Fremont High School - Vistula Yearbook (Fremont, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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From left In right: Mr. John Hl'OlTl3g6'l'l, Mr. Lloyd Gary, Mr. James lm Maurice Cooper, Mr. lid Meucer, Mr. Arthur Leroy, Mr. Russell Abbott, M 111 D1 Mr. Kenneth Reese. The drivers of Fremont's school buses performed an excellent job of transporting the country students to and from school. They Get Up Early, Go Home Late and Don ,t Have School In Between John Bromagen and Wayne Leland had the demanding work of keeping F.H.S. in condition. All things con- sidered, they did a top-notch job of making the school more pleasant and comfort- able for all concerned. 3. XYa3'ne Leland John Broma Wim 2. .y file ::29'l5Mf www 'MT 5441" V' . . 1 .,- .. 1. . ' 1, ,.f' .. - V Kr. 43551936 .wx .W ,fy .,.Y,. H., X .ga WW .as V ,755 NSW A in R. . 'gf 'EIA by 'I G 'Q Mrs. Alice Bretz Mrs. Grace Langley Mrs. Cora Mundy F .IiS. Eats Here Phyllis Smith, Betty Paterson, Mrs. Alice Bretz, Yvonne Ross For the second successful year Fremont School enjoyed a cafeteria. Mrs. Grace Langley, Mrs. Cora Mundy and Mrs. Alice Bretz returned for their second year as cooks. They were under the direction of Mrs. Jessie Mynatt, the Home Ee. teacher. Many of the high school students helped in the cafeteria. Their duties included: Dish-washing, cleaning the cafeteria, preparing some of the food and serving. Q efcidzted J 3 " ? 5 591- --, , :av I f f f 'mi ' I 1 DALE FREDRIC DEEMER Basketball Il-4, Man- ager 1-2: Play Crew 3- 4. NANCY CARLENE LACEY New Haven, Indiana, high school 1-2-3: Oper- etta 4: Tatler Staff 4: Vistula Staff 4: Chorus 4: G. A. A. 4. RUSSELL BLAINE HARDING Basketball 1-2-3-4: Baseball 1-2-3-4: Track 1-2-3: Class President 33 Letterman's Club 3- 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4: Tatler Staff -1: Vistula Staff -l: Play Crew 4: Geometry Contest 2: Volleyball 1- 2-3-4. . JANIES EUGENE GARY F. F. A. 2-31 4-H 1- 2-3: Track 2-3-4: Crops Judging 1-2: Class Sec.- Treas. 3: Vistula 3-4: Math Contest 2: Book- keeping Contest 2: Play Crew 3-42 Operetta 41 Letternian's Club 4: Cross Country 4. nun.. , ,ze ,bk . ,Q .Q X!! MQ' if .X XGA i' 'I 't ii ia, ' Nfl X gms 15 :fl ARDEN LYNN BERRY V ul rd ictoria n Band 1-2-3-4, S010 Contest and Award 2: English Contest and Award 3: G. A. A. 1-2- 3-4, Chorus 1-2-3-4, Sex- tette 3-4, Quartette 4: Minstrel 2: Operetta 1- -1: Class President 2: Class Treasurer 1: Home Economics Award 33 Latin Award 2: Play' Cast 3: Play Crew 4: Tatler Staff 3-4: Vistula Staff 4: Typing Contest and Award 3. GROVER LEE OYLER, JR, Chorus 1: Operetta -li Track 1-2-3-14: Letter- man's Club 3-4: Pest gontest 1-2-3-4: 4-H 1- MONA ANN TRIPLETT G. A. A. 1-2-3, Class Award Leader 2: Chor- us 1-2-3-4. Aecompanist 4: Tatler Staff 3-4: Vis- tula Staff 3-4: Play Cast 3-4: Minstrel 2: Operet- ta 1--1: Literary Club 3: Assistant Canteen Man- ager 3: Hoosier Girls' State 3: English Award -l-H 1. SHELDON WEIR MALONE Baseball 1-2-3-4: Bas- ketball 1-2-33 Track 1- 2: Letterman's Club 3- 4: Team Manager 4: Crops Judging 1-2: Pest Contest l-2-3: PlaY Crew 3-4: Tatler Staff 4: Vistula Staff 4. JULEE ANN MITCHELL Operetta 1-43 Tatler Stuff 3--it Yistula Staff 4: Play Cast 3: Class Sevretary-Treasurer 23 Chorus 1-2-3-4: Vice- President 4: Sextette 4: Hand 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-'Z-3-4. ROGER DOINE FOLLETT Sfllt1f'l1f C01llZCf1 Basketball 1-2-3-4: Baseball 1-2-3-4: Track 1-3: Student Council 4: Play Cast 3: Pest Con- t e s t 1: Letternianw Club 3-4: Chorus 1-23 Literary Club 3. LOIS MAY BOOTH G. A. A. 1-2-3-4. Class Award Leader 3: Chor- us 1-2-3-4: Operetta 1- 4: Minstrel 2: Play Cast 4: Typing Contest :Zz Quartette 4: Se-Xtette 2: Yistula Staff 43 Tatler Staff l: -I-H 1. JACK LEE LANTZ Richmond, Indiana, high school 1: Baseball 2-3-4: Basketball 2-3-4: Track 3: Letterman's Club 2-3-4: Operetta. 4: Play Cast 3-4: Tatler 4: Vistula. Staff 4. 1 .. 3 " wgll? A . iiikgv in sf, 1 sei f Qu ag X :lv K Q . ,MMM - 36 wk. N xi:-R6 M "' Q wg it g kg . ..-,. ,,., . f fs.. .W v il- 3- 'df '5e'E ..:" ' V ' 5 if 5 1,Q'9w' at , XVILLIAM KEITH PALMERTON I-Basketball 1-2: Base- ball 1-2-tl: Tatler Staff :I-4: Vistula Statf 4: Play Crew 3-4. JANET MARLENE FOSTER Vliorus l-2-il-4: G. A. A. 1-2: Vistula. Staff 4: Tutler Stuff 4: Assistant Ilirf-vtnr, Play 3-41 Op- en-tta lg Minstrel 2. Egg? is 5 JACK ELLIOT , I, ,,. in SPRAGUE ' .31 2. imslu-nmll 1-2-:3-4: Husg-hull 221 Travk 1-2- .. II-4: Student Foiilivil 11 vc, Viwips Judging' Z: Play A- Vast :Z-4: Le-tterman's - Club Bw Z3-4: Vig:e-Pr55i- g 9 Q, 2 wlvent .,: 'lzatlf-r btalf U-43 it A 1, ,Fix I f. X istula btart -1. ' 'gfQ933.fL., f, ,-, ix -5- 0735 " 1 :iiif - er,-z ..,-st..-If ., all 532 SHARON ALEECE WEIGLE Sfznfruf Coznzril Chorus 1-2-3-4, Re- porter 4: Solo Contest 4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-43 Op- eretta 1-4: Minstrel 23 Imulxle Se-xtette 2, Sex- tette 3, Quartette 42 Play Cast 3: Literary Club 3: Hoosier Girls' State 33: Student Coun- t-il 4, President 4: Tat- ler Staff 3--13 Vistula. Staff 4. , w .1 fl 4 5 JERRH AI. Q Q D CRAWFORD L 1 . A, ' , ' ft B11-el-alll I-ii. lslflslgvt- RYE, 'Q VII ball 3-fl-4: llofvsier In lim'-' Stalls- ii. Lerner- f -' fn lll21Il1N Vlul, Il-4: Vest A :!'f,. l'.1n1..st l-I-IZ-41 Plzly I i -3, 1 357355 Vast 4. l-'lax' Vrew S13 'I' '14-1: 1-3-::--1. x' ,u-y- min 2:-4. V ' 'hx h , P IM 1, 1 .5 i A . !. , W 'W . sf: RUTH ELAINE SCI-IIEBER lllN U 4 Ne-Xtet 1- -. Min't1'el 3' T. .. A. 1-2-3.1: Play Past 32 Play VV.-w l: TQAIIHI' Stuff 4: Yistula Staff Z1- PERRY BRUCE STAUFFER Basketball 1-2-3-42 Baseball 1-2-IT-4: Truvk l-Il-4: Lettf'-1'1n:m's Club 22-4: Play Cast 3-4: Op- eretta 1-4: Minstrel 331 Amateur S111-xv 4: Tat- lex' Staff 3-4: Vistula Staff IJ-4: Clmrus 1-Z-4, President 2: quartette II-4: Volleyl.-all 1-2-II-4. GERALLEE EALKA G. A. A. 1-1-3: Sex- 5 tette 21: Double Sextette -ii! ' - 2: Quzlrtette 42 Clml-us I 1-2-3-4: Literary lflub 75312: S 3: Tatler Staff 3-4: Vis- 'S tula Staff 4: Play Past "T 4: Clmrus st'4.'l'Et2ll'Y 4: .- Hoosier Girls' State 33 1 Minstrel L: Ops-retta 1. K . N. .. x '3 fi JOYCE JEAN LOMQNT M4 - President 4: Chorus 1- G. A. A, 1-2-3-4, ViCe- 2-Zl--1: President 4: Stu- nt fmllluil 3, Sevre- :'y-T1'e.1su1'e-1' 3: Edi- '-in-lflmief, Tatler 4. Staff 3: Yistula Staff -li Minstrel 2: Uperetta 1- -li Literary Club 33 Can- teen Manager II: Hoc-- siel' Girls' State ff. DARREL ROBERT BURCI-I Travk 1-2-Z3-4: Bas- ketball 1-I-Il: Baseball 1-2: I.ettex'1nan's Club 3- 4: Flags Vive-Plesiclent 1-2: Tatler Staff 3--L: V1-U-s Country ANNA LOUISE CHAMPION G. A. A. 1-2-3: F. H. A. 3: Chnrus 1-2-3-4: Vistula Stuff 4: Tatler Staff 4: Minstrel 2: Op- eretta 1-4: Ass't Can- teen Manager 3. RICHARD DEVON CHAPIN Basketball 1-2-3-4. Baseball 1-2-3-4: Vol- leyball Z'-3-4: Track 1- 2-3: Class President 1: Pest Contest 2-3-4. PHYLLIS JEAN BEAMS Sulnlaloriun, Pirsiifrlzf 4-H 1: Chorus 1-2: Band 1-2: G. A. A. 1-2- 31--1, Award Learier 1-2, Secretary, Treasurer 3, President 4: Play Busi- ness Manager 3: Tatler Staff, Business Man- ager 4: English Contest 3: Latin Award 3: Home Ee. Award 3: U. S. History Award Op- t-retta 1: Minstrel 2: Class President 4. ' S, .., . .- , 5 A f ns riii GEORGE WILLIAM JULIA ANN MYERS SNYDER, JR. Sl't'l'l'fl11'j'-Tl'l'dSIl1'l'7' I' - X IH' Puxmlpnf Decatur, Iiidiziim, liigh H 1, , ,, , st-liool 1: G. A. A. 2-3- , Tlml' , l,'2'jJ'4' Bas' 4: Play Cast 4: Vistula lwtlmll J""4'.BaSebal1 Staff 4' Tatler Stuff 3--li "'43 Class XlCe'PreSl' Chorus 2-33-4: 011911-ttzt dent 4: Letterlnans 4. Uinitrel s. 4-,mteeu Clnh 3-4, President 4: Hm,,,,,.G,I, 3 " ' Yistula Staff 4: Tatler 'P ' Staff 4: Play Cast 4: Play Cre w 3. Senior Facts The class of 1952 began high school in 1948 with thirty-six members. The highlight of their year was initiation, November sth. With the help of Mr. Max Mitchell, the class sponsor, they elected as class president, Richard Chapin, as vice-president, Bob Burch, secretary-treasurer, Arden Berry, Phyllis Beams and Jack Sprague, Student Council. As sophomores, they took great pleasure in helping the freshmen into high school. Two members were gained, Judy Myers and Jack Lantz, but they also lost three classmates, Lucille Birchfield, Helen Smith and Bill Wilcox. Class oflicers for 1949-SO were: Arden Berry, president, Bob Burch, vice presi- dent, Julee Mitchell, secretary-treasurer. Phyllis Beams and Les Peeler capably represented the class on the Student Council. Mrs. Marion Clark was faculty advisor. After becoming sophomores the class of ,SZ made itself known by taking an active part in all school activities. Most outstanding were Blaine Harding, Richard Chapin and Perry Stauffer who were chosen to play varsity basketball. Probably Fremont high school's "jolliest" junior class, they started the 1950-S1 term with thirty- two members including two new arrivals, Bob Tober and Bill Palmerton. During the course of the year, however, they lost Abbie Fansler, Donna Antrup and Anne Johnson. As officers they elected Blaine Harding, president, Jack Sprague, vice-president, Jim Gary, secretary-treasurerg Student Council mem- bers, Joyce Lomont and Bob Tober. Judy Myers and Joyce Lomont managed the canteens with Anna Champion and Mona Triplert as assistants. The outstanding events of the year were: the magazine sub- scription driveg the selection of class rings, their first formal danceg the junior-senior banquet, and the exceptionally successful presentation of the class play, which was directed by Mr. G. W. Moreland. The fall of 1951 found a slightly depleted senior class starting the final term. There were two new members, Nancy Lacey and Carol Huffer, but Bob Tober and Les Peeler were no longer with the class. During the year, the seniors lost Carol Huffer and Joann Chapin. Mr. J. L. Mertz was elected class sponsor with Phyllis Beams, president, vice-president, Bill Snyder, secretary-treasurer, Judy My- ers, Sharon Weigle and Roger Follett, Student Council. In between money-raising events, the seniors managed to produce a class play, publish the "Vistula,'g and print the "Tatler". Most of the year's activities, though, were centered around making money for the proposed class trip. Some of the seniors were rather glad to leave, others would, perhaps, have liked to say awhile longer. But all of them looked back with pleasure at the things done well, with regret at things done poorly, and with sincere relief at having finished one phase of life. 7. .f .,,, fa , an F J G ,, J .A 3 ' -" -Z' 'Q - Q -ff ' v" F. '- ,: - T ' S. A . ,Q , U I JN W T 1 ' - X ll T 'H 1 531' 'S tv F ' 1 V J e ,., ' . 4, ra f X . ' , . ' ' . 'fri ' ' ' ,K -QRS., MI- xi' - TOP Row: Peggy Taylor. janet Mounts. Ann Hadley. Delores Schaeffer. Xgncy Keith. Cecil Coburn. SECOND Row: Harley Corey. Roger Burlingame. Kendall Burch. Glynn Howard. Deyyayne Scluelfer. Larry Chapin. THIRD ROW: Floyd Fritz. jack Ferrier. Tom Berry, Martell Burrell. Jerry Kaiser, John Gary. FOURTH Row: Graham Sellers. V-Wendell Burke. Dennis V-Wheaton. Rollancl Peter- son. Larry Schaeifer. TOP Row: Don Meeks, prvsidwzlg Nancy Kin- sey, zicc-lhrvsidmfg Joyce Booth. secretary -trvasurvr. SECOND Row: Janis Baird. Cecil Appleman. Sfznfcnf Cozmfil. Junior Data The class of 1953 began their high school career with the unusually large member- ship of forty-two. They chose as class president. Graham Sellers: as vice-president, Joyce Boothg secretary-treasurer, Janis Baird: Student Council. Ann Hadley: and Mr. Richard Latier was elected class sponsor. After being odicially welcomed into high school by way of the usual initiation, they settled down to an interesting if incon- spicuous, Hrst year. W'hen the class returned to school as sophomores. they had lost six of their number but had gained one new classmate, Beverly Leas. Class otlicers for 1950-51 were: President, Peggy Taylorg vice-president, Beverly Leasq secretary-treasurer, Don Meeks: Student Council, Joyce Booth and John Gary. The sponsor was Miss Doris Davis. The class began taking an enthusiastic part in high school affairs. Two of their num- ber, Janis Baird and Beverly Leas represented them as varsity cheer-leaders. As juniors, they were in charge of the canteens with Peggy Taylor and Ann Hadley as managersg Joyce Booth. Janis Baird and Nancy Kinsey as assistants. Class executives were Don Meeks. presidentg vice-president. Nancy Kinseyg secretary-trea- surer, Joyce Boothg Janis Baird and Cecil Appleman, Student Council. Probably the most outstanding events of their 1951-52 term were the class play. directed by Mrs. Mariellen Pettry, and the magazine sales campaign. The latter brought recognition from the Curtis Circulation Company for an unusually successful and proiitable drive. t..hN 33' Qhrougll-issued W ' wee . '21 nu, I young -falnxnixivkgtgrmggsgp luuu t . Jelling" Seq' . "BBW 5enemuoh.JNs M 'll Lqggtlfnlngign eafssuiaxe1gJ1:g.ECATU I IU' e 1 A A V ,pgmtfgf 0 'Wfona semi. 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' 'o-Sfieq' u lla 5 N 055' B KS 966 S K the Q0 5 9 so X-as 0 s X A-.4 ,..t,.nb... ,.,. ,wjxxijflflxasnhrot 0 Q' Big oi 1 9 of . +5 ,oe elf X, c G "'1'l??'nf, ri. , 4' , " H. N tl? ' ,af JW ui- Y . 5 A TOP Row: Frank Nidor, JoAnne Taylor, Clyde Sattisant, Betty Patterson, Robert Davis, Annabelle Miller. SECOND Row: Dick Smith, Sharon Smith, Neil Fisher, joan Finicle, Fred James. Lois Cole. THIRD Row: Robert Hufnagle, Yvonne Ross, Ralph Place, Diane Baker, Dale W'all, Phyllis Smith. FOURTH Row: Edward Rakestraw, Marlene Foss, Merle Wesley Pusey, Dorothy Xvilkins, Shirley Kaufman, Connie Rose. will , gif -.-..f A I a ii 3 e TOP Row: Paul Greenawalt, prvsidmlg John Dove, z'ia'z'-pwsiilerztg Alice Hadley, sm'r'vfar'y-fr'r'u- szzrvr. SECOND Row: Dick Snyder, Rosemary Mitchell, Sfzzdml Cozmril. ophomore Notes The present sophomores' high school career, beginning in 1950, was marked with initiation and the election of class officers. Thirty-seven members were odicially wel- comed into F.H.S. Dick Snyder and Paul Greenawalt were chosen president and vice- president respectivelyg Alice Hadley was elected secretary-treasurer with Betty Patter- son and Neil Fisher representing the class in the Student Council. Mr. John Wagner sponsored the class. Six of the girls in the class were charter members of the Fremont Future Homemakers of America, while the band, chorus, G.A.A., and the athletic departments also had a large freshman representation. As sophomores, the past year, they took an outstanding part in school affairs with Rosemary Mitchell and Alice Hadley as varsity cheer-leadersg Dick Snyder and John Dove played varsity basketball. Elected oificials for the 1951-52 year were: President, Paul Greenawaltg vice-presi- dent, John Doveg Alice Hadley, secretary-treasurerg Student Council, Rosemary Mitchell and Dick Snyder. Mr. Keith Stiles acted as class sponsor. x-My Leif e ,gt . ," Rf 1 ef , xi i' 1. 'Eu it 9 w Q ,, X ,S of Q. A :L V is El' " .-gli' Q ' uvlu P' . 5 ' Tx, 1' "':,- ,g '-11 ,s r Y f ,4 1.,,g,sgf.rL Y is igm. P X 3 ' S 1 N.. f Q.A. 0' a 1 Q 3 1 ' tx 3 , '--,, X gf' ...af Nj ii V I ' J -V f. "A- 3: .- Ei I, W if ' E L I If ,. Q H- 6 l 1 A. 4 ' X 1 A"' , ' f fy ' I' N 1 ' f o I -.v.,' . J .Af., zzq e e rf' tia e . '. All li' is . Q TOP Row: larry penner, beverly caywood, charles kaufman, carolyn king, bruce corey, nancy johnston. SECOND ROW: ed sevits, arnielou swift, evan thomas, barbara schaeffer, ronnie fol- lett, ellen milliman. THIRD Row: john landis, mary Watters, leroy buss, marilyn champion, jim day, yvonne neutz. FOURTH Row: george rathburn, gerald beams, bruce foster, wendall cooper, david foster, robert schaeifer. FIFTH Row: robert quilhot, chester miller. 1 A .,4,A' 51 ll V i,':. . . . .-i...,J TOP ROW lamome bressler, president, david hardmg, lIt?f7lf'Sllf?l1f, gloria michael, secretary- ri W A "' A M A., , If Q F ' s X f " fi .---f... . W 1 l 1 i treasurer. SECOND ROW: skip luke, betty gary, Sfudeuf Council. Freshman Briefs The freshman class of 1955 got their first glimpse of life at Fremont high school in the fall of 1951. Not too many days after, they were duly initiated by the sopho- mores and elected the class oiiicers. Mrs. Jessie Mynatt was chosen as class sponsor. lamoine bressler was elected president, david harding, vice-presidentg gloria kay michael, secretary-treasurerg and betty gary and skip luke, Student Council. All members of the class were very active in high school affairs including band, chorus, F.F.A., F.H.A., basketball, baseball and track. In the future, the class of 1955 will be a definite asset to the high school. powmuill' tin A -Ffij' .':- : W.. ' . K ' . -Q 7 A'Q ' - 1 ' - Y s A rs .f A' f pr, , . Q - ,.. F X, , l , Q s. ."q-l Ill "--"l.v Q ff"g11ll1f', l...u1nnn"-Xanax 1. 4-I gt utr, From "Adam's Eveningu: J. Sprague, P. Stauffer, B. Snyder, M. Triplett, J. Lornont, G. Falka Operettn Lineup "See you and raise five. ." "Mitch" awards trophy to second team county champs .gg r. ef . ' 1'-w-'gr ,mf 'f-Inwfqi -W , , , 210'-f-I Jeff I -- AQ if , vw. AX J w ,, A in -. wry f- '- 1 - r 'SRX 1 x ,,- L re- I Tv-lv lefti Jlllltt lfostei' nnwl Mr. Rivlialvl Gt-ntrv. Top riulitz Ruth Sclniebi-iz Blaine llaiwling, and Phyllis Beams. E l.uwe1- left: Mr.'l'rn1i TZ1'oU1iie,I'e1'l'5'Stauffer, linger Follett, Mona Triple-tt and Anna Cham- plum. la4,rXYe:1'l'ig'llIZ.lUX1'6L1I111Ullf, Blaine Hnrwling, Arden Berry, Sharon XXX-igle, Judy Myers and liill Snycler. lzf-twin row: .lark Slwrugtle-, Bob Burch and Pt-rry Stautfer. Seniors Plan School Publications The newspaper staff included: Joyce Lomont as editor-in-chief. Julee Mitchell acted as associate editor with Mona Triplett and Nancy Lacey, feature editors, Sharon Weigle, club and alumni news, Bill Snyder, sports, humor page, Arden Berryg womerfs page, Judy Myers, grade news, Janet Foster, Phyllis Beams, business manager, shop foreman, Jack Sprague. The printers, Bob Burch and Perry Staufferg reporters, Ruth Schieber, Lois Booth, Geral- lee Falka, Anna Champion, Joyce Booth, Jack Lantz, Blaine Harding, Sheldon Malone, and Roger Follett. On the "Vistula" staff Were: James Gary, editor-in-chief, A Joyce Booth, a junior, associate ' 5 editor, copy editors, Mona Trip- i- . lett and Joyce Lomont with ' i I Gerallee F a lk a as assistant, sports editor, Bill Snyder, as- sistant, Blaine Harding, photo- graphy editors, Janet Foster and Ruth Schieberg art editors, Judy Myers, Jack Lantz, Arden Berry, advertising e d i t o r s, J a C li Sprague, Roger Follett and Per- ry Stautierg pasters, N a n c y Lacey and Anna Champion. mi 4 ' X' if 'I A-Stieff 1 I ' , 1 az e- .. , . 2 lt . ""'+-:-: "' S , 3 wt - t ' -. - . ' .. f f g 2 5 1 - . . -5 1"X ,egg UF' 6. Roger Follett, Skip Luke, fwcil Appleman, Janis Baird, Rose Mary Mitchell, Betty Gary, Sharon VVQ-igle, Dick Snyder, Mr. Mertz. tudent Council Capable Representative One of the many outstanding features of the 1951-52 school year was the Student Council. This was an organization made up of two representatives from each high school class and an advisor. The object of the group was to bring about a closer relationship between the teachers and pupils, present the problems of the students to the faculty, and to plan programs for the student body throughout the school year. The Council this year was under the able direction of the principal, Mr. Mertz. The members included Sharon Weigle and Roger Follett, seniorsg Cecil Appleman and Janis Baird, juniorsg Rosemary Mitchell and Dick Snyder, sophomoresg Skip Luke and Betty Gary, freshmen. The officers Were: Sharon Weigle, president, Roger Follett, vice-president, Rose- mary Mitchell, secretary-treasurer. The group worked with Nlr. Latier, chairman, during the Hallowe'en Carnival. They conducted the election of the high school yell-leaders and took charge of the ex- change for Christmas. "Like this, Lantz"AThe Cast of "The CzIInDl1E115 ATG ming" und UiI'ec-tor Moreland. Dramatics Pla Important Part ADAM'S EVENING SENIOR PRODUCTION Adam Adams . ,7,,,,7,,, ,, ,7,, .,,,, I ark Sf7l't1gIlt' Anna ,,,,,, ,,7,,7, I oyrv Loman! Mrs. Benn , ,,M0lIH Triplvff Casper . ,,,,,, Pz'rry Sfazrffvr Gertie ,, ,,,,, ,,,,.,, I Iltllvjl IVI-Wrs Dr. Eragoni ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, Bill S11-l't1t'l' Rosita , ,...,.. Gvrallvr' Fulka Elmer Green ,, 7.,, ,ferry Cmzvfonz' Mr. Cokes ,,,.,, , .,,..O.. lark Lani: Mrs. Cokes ,,7,,, ,,,,,,,.7,,, ,,,....,. ,,,..,, ..v,,. L 0 i 5 Brmfb Dll'L'!'fl'l1 by G. W. ZVIOITIIIIII1 THE CAMPBELLS ARE CGMING JUNIOR PRODUCTION Ma Brannigan ,,,,, ,,,, , ,Sharon Wfriglc' Catalpa Tapp ,,,, . ,,,,,,v, IIIIUI' Mifrbrll Betty Brannigan ,.,I . ,..,M0lId Triple!! A Dick Brannigan ,,,,, ,,,, P rrry Siazzjfm' Bildad Tapp ,,,,,, ,I,,-,,,,,, B ob Tobar Cyrus Scudder ,,,.. ,,,,., R ogrr Follrff Jeffery Scudder ,..,,, ,,,,,,I,, I ack Lanfz Kaye Brannigan ...,.,,,,,,., ,,II.,I A rdwz Berry Klngston Campbell ,.,I.,,,,.,,...,,...,, lark Sprague Mrs. Augusta Campbell .,,,,,i,,,,, Rufb Scbivber Directed by G. W. Ivloreland .., . . I Building se-ts for the rvpeI'e-tta-John Gary, G, XY. Moreland, Martell BllI'I'6l, John Long, Grahani Sellers. TOP: The axrtistic tnilcli---.liidy Myers, Janet I It-I I PalIneI'tOn, Bill Snyder. BUTTON: "Yes, Maggie, your wife"-Lois B oth le livers lines as the rest of the Cast of .'Atl3.Illb Exenin XV3.tL'll. M3 Baek Row: Mr. Latier Dennis XVheaton Jim Day Larry Schaeffer E il xv a 1' ti Rake- straw Martell Burrell DeYYayne Schaef- fer Larry Chapin Floyd Fritz Chester Miller Front Row Edward Se-vits linger B url i n- game Graham Sellers ' John Gary Cecil Coburn 2 Robert Quilhot Q . 4 ' "'- ' ' A - A ' t i:7,,a"'f-f:- "I believe in the future of farming, with a faith born not of words but of deeds- achievements won by the present and past generations of farmersg in the promise of bet- ter days through better ways, even as the better things we now enjoy have come up to us from the struggles of former years." These lines are part of the creed of the Future Farmers of America. Future Farmers, Homemakers of America "XVe are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking old and precious values. For we are builders of homes, for America's future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything that is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith will be realities, not dreams." Q Q if Shirley Kaufman Joan 'I'aylor Mrs, Mynzltt Lois Cole Bu1'lsa1'a Ss-haeffer Czirolyn King Candy Huffer Connie llose Aniilou Swift Peggy Taylor Ann Hadley Mrs. Taylor Delores Schaeffer sf 5 xXvEI'ldl9ll Burke s- rm v' X ' gy -' , , 'Q "-SCRIPT CONTEST 'f n . . ' 1 ' my Q0 .Mobile Umt to 425 Bm.. va P X X 9 069426 . 5 f 'rs. R .K. Booth ot ' S V ff ' - Y e 0 Q ' a Junior in the' Q0 ,pdgwme to Angolagf W . '14 ? - Q L5PHg 'H-XX' 0 Democracy" 9 1. f, , NEC., Nd . . , JS .Q . 6, 4-rs ,N IMPANV X txons 0 W 'qv 00 A V 00' 062590: We PUB!! CREASE me 2' Q 0 A '- no NZK r g 490 on-d ' Indiana .0 Service -.County 0 "1Q"'0nf 09153 Q 0' -we 0 'a has alibi- Comlnis ' . . . . 0 J 0000 "'o,, Wh 'PJ - woyjk, tes pres. 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Row two: Frankie Parrish, Ned Snyder, Robert Baker, Jim Knauss, Eugene Hantz, Russell Keith, Larry Huss, Blaine Caywootl, David Cales, Bobby Prior, Lanny Huss, Jim Penner, Hex Chapin, Jerry Morgan, Charles Neutz. Row three: Arlene Schaeffer, Jim Taylor, LeRoy Huss, Dick Smith. Dale YVa1l, Gra- ham Sellers, John Gary, Larry Penner, Martell Burrell, Larry Schaeffer, Dennis lVheaton, Cecil Coburn, George Rath- i burn, Holland Peterson, 1 Mr, Iiichard Latie1'. Under the direction of Mr. Richard Latier, the Vocational Agriculture teacher, the 4-H completed another successful year at Fremont High School. The ofiicers elected for the 1951-52 school year were: President ,,.,,,,,,c,,..,c,,,.,cc,,c,.., Graham Sellers Recreation Leader ,,.,,.. .Martell Burrell Vice-President ,,,,, LeRoy Huss Health and Safety ,,,,,,,.,, Roger Burlingame Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, J ohn Gary Junior Leaders ,,,,,,,,..,, Graham Sellers and News Reporter ..,, .,,,,, L arry Penner Roger Burlingame Assistant Junior Leader ,,,..,..,,., John Gary .HS. Sponsors Boys, Girls 4-H The Ready, Willing, and Able Club was under the direction of Mrs. Evelyn Smith during 1951-52. The officers were: President ......,.,,, Vice-President ...,. Phyllis Smith News Reporter ,r.,.. ..... B etty Patterson Health Leader ,,.,,., Janet Smith .....Eleanor Finicle Secretary-Treasurer -.......Shirley Kauffman R o xv o n ez Bonnie Ch a m Il i o li, Sidney Brown, Bobby G a r Y lornai Sellers, Nancy Huss, Barbara Gilchrist. Row two: Mrs. Smith qinstructorj, S an d r a llathhurn, LuAnne Pi- fer, Sharon Smith, Bev- erly Gilchrist, B e t t y Patterson, S h a 1' 0 n Smart. llow three: N o n a lilenver. Nancy Keith, Marionette I-Burrell. Am- ilou Swift, Grace Brom- agen, Rosalee Baker, Janet Smith, Ja n e Knauss, Joan Finicle, Phyllis Smith, Shirley Kaufman. Eaiw, I'Iii-lim-11 Latier, ll'I5Il'lll'll0l'l lid- ward Rake-straw, Fe-eil Coburn, Graham Sell- ers. John I I-1 The crop judging team this year consisted of four high school boys. ln the Steu- ben County contest they placed first. In the district contest .it XY'1b.1sh on they also placed. Jud ing Teams Rate Hi h April 23 The oultr ' 'udiing team was one of the new divisions .it Fremont Hi h School P 5 I 5 c S this year. The contest was March 18 in which the Fremont team placed high. Rivliuiwl Lzitier, De- xvayiie 5.-lmeffer. Larry' Ss-1121+-ffe-i', Robert Lguil hot, Ilrm-rg Foster, Paul lhwliiuwult. ,. ..n...,, -"1"-5 , ,. .wang -,. hi., Snaps Reflect School Activities, Antics Service with the proverbial smile. "To be or not to be. . ." "What am I bid?" Chili supper preparations It's not what you think Study-conscious seniors Operetta scene There's a lot between the covers of a book. Their majesties, carnival rulers Ann and Jack. Pre-bell rush Recreation period 1? H31 rd ,, .A ., :-Q-fi ...1 TYTIRLERS: Lxmnzie Pifer. Lallr-ine Bressler. Glenna Cole. Shirley Berry, Pat YVa1s11, Beverly Cay- W'--V-l. BACK IZOYV1 Ruth st-iaiei-er, Maria Aranguren, Mary XYatters, Merle XVes1ey Pusey, Janis Baird. Direct- --1' .T-whip Long. Detvayxie St-liaeffer. Dir,-k Smith, Gayle Doster. MIDDLE HOXY: Janis Meeks. Emily Berry, Rosemary Mitchell, JoAnne Taylor. Cecil Appleman, Mar- lene Foss. Nan-gy Kinsey. Carla Ann Fc-ss, Nancy Smart. Sandra Rathl,-urn, Rex Erhart, James Langley, Yu'-,zine Xeutz. FRONT RCIXXZ .lr-an Finit-1e..Alice Hadley. Shirley Kaufman. Pat Mundy, Barbara Gilchrist, Ellen Millinian, Nan-yy Keith, Julee Mitt-Ezell. lmn Meeks, Roger Berry. Fremont Hi h Band Rated Amon Best Fremont high school's marching band proved to be one of the most highly ranked in its division this past year. Under John Long,s direction, the band movezi through enough intricate maneuvers to win second place in the Auburn marching contest. There were sixteen Fremont entrants in the district solo elimin- ations, of which two went on to the state contest: Don Meeks, saxaphone and Jo Ann Taylor, clarinet. They placed second. Don Meeks was elected presidentg Rosemary Mitchell, vice-presidentg Janis Baird, secretary, De- Whyne Schaeffer, treasurerg and Jo Ann Taylor, librarian. Members of the band took part in the county-wide festival and the local concert. I-'IRST RVYXY: Vounie Il-ls.-. ,-XINIIULI Swift. .T--yve Iluulli, Ami Ilgullm. Imiuf- linker, Iieverly Iiz1ywoo.l, G1--rin Kay Mi'-Iizi.-I. Nun--5' Keith. I-III'-ii Millimiin. Iiosf- Mary Mitchell. SEPUN17 IIIJXYZ Annu Vliaiiii-it-ii, Herzillee Ifulkga. Yvoniie Xeutz. .Iulee Mit--hffll. Ruth S-'fliif-he-1', Nan-'y I,:1u-X. NJLIIVI' Iiinst-Y. Mzirilyn 1'lmiii1'ioii. Iwuuy 'l'1iyI-ir, Ju-ly Myers, Mary XYAIQ-rs, Betty llary, I1iii'luu':i S-'liar-fl.-i', 1'.i1'oIx'ii King, I.4iM--ini: Iliwfsslfar, In-is ll....th. THIIID IIONYL Mari'-lie lfoss, Monii 'I'i'ipIett, Sliziroii NVf'iLrIe, Alive IIA-Iley. .Iii--k Fer- ri.-r. I'leXYii5'iw S-'liar-tTe1', llllll Mer-ks, R-iiiiiie Follett, XY.-slev Ihisey, I'erry SIill1IifE'l', Ilaivid IIairfIiu:'. Lois V1-lf, Siiiiiw-ii Smith, .li-3'-.A 1.1-in-int, .Igiiiwt If.-sh-in Fremont high's mixed chorus sponsored several successful projects during the year, the most out- standing being "The Belle of the XVest." a musical comedy. Oiiicers for 1951-S2 were: President, Joyce Lomontg xlulee Mitchell, vice-president: Gerallee Falka, secretary-treasurer: Sharon Xveivle, re orter: Ruth Schieber, librarian: accom anists. Ruth Schi- . a P P ever and Mona Triplett. Chorus, Twirlers, Give Top Per ormances The baton-twirling section of Fremonfs band made a number of outstanding appearances throughout the year: At Auburn's twirling contest, the Elkhart Railroad Centennial, the Dover, Indi- ana, Contest between halves of a Butler University-Evansville College basketball game. Janis Baird and Lamoine Bressler competed in the state contest and received first in their division. Lu.-Xnn Pifer, La- Moine Bressler. Shir- ley Berry, Glenna Cole. Jane Knauss, Pat TVa1sh, Beverly Kayvvood. BOYS' QUARTETTE CI-IOSEN FROM CHORUS For the second year in a row the school had ti boys' quartette. They were selected from the high school chorus. Judi I-'Hrrie1', XYesley Pusey, Per- ry Staulfer, Don Meeks, Ruth Schie- bt-1-, at-eoiiipaiiist, ..--gg BEAUTY SHOP HARMONIZERS ORGANIZED For the first time in several years Fremont School had a girls' quartette. This was made up of four senior girls and they were known as, l'Three Hearts and a Diamond." They sang at the an- nual Spring Concert. Lois Booth, Gerallee Falka, Shar- on IVE-igle, Arden Berry, Ruth Sr-his-ber, aeconipanist. HIGH SCHOOL SEXTETTE IN THIRD YEAR For the third successive year Fremont School has had a sextette. This year's was made up of two seniors, three sophomores and one junior. Though they did not ap- pear at any public functions they were ready to sing at a moment's notice. Joyce Booth, Marlene Foss, Dor- othy 'Wi1kins, Julee Mitchell, Con- nie Rose. Ruth Schieber, ggi? . fi , Speak at Nw" 'V mf: 2, , ' " , 15" " , . , t ya, pg, X. WV V, ,b ,M rg: ' 3: 5- f W.. 'X 1 .ff ' , .1-M. 'N'A1H Adm i E2 xg , Q. . ' g jg : Z K . if 5 P ii ' f 1 Z ' i Z. , i 51' z 3 3 Q ii ' fr 5, I ' Sv . i ,sz 5 5 ,. it A f ,I 4 it L I fr ,dv -1+ .EL - Back row, left to right: Deeiner, Student Mgr.: Harding, Fiakestraw, Appleman, Greenawalt, Rakestraw, Cooper, Mertz, Principal: Mitchell, Jr. High Coach, Follett, Kaiser, Fisher, Foster, Huss, Davis. Front row: Kelly, Ass't Coach: Sellers, Snyder, Beams, Harding, Lantz, Chapin, Stauffer, Snyder, Follett, Malone, Dove, Hufnagle, Davis, Coach. Varsity Baseball SEASON'S RECORD PLAYERS AND POSITION Fremont 1 1 Flint Follett Pitcher Fremont 12 P. Lake Harding Catcher Fremont 2 Orland Beams lst Fremont 12 Hamilton Snyder, R. 2nd Fremont 6 Scott Sellers 3rd Fremont 4 Salem Dove SS Fremont 6 Metz Chapin I..F. Snyder, W. C.F. COUNTY TOURNEY Malone R-F. Metz 9 Flint Lamz Res. Orland 2 Fremont Stauger Res. FINAL Rakestraw Res. Hufnagle Res. Orland 1 5 Metz Foster Res. 'I' 10 innings C01npli11ze1z1fs Of BAKER'S ICE CREAM Sr. Sr. Fr. Soph Jr. Soph Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Soph Soph Fr. Varsity Basketball The 1951-52 Eagles won the County Championship, the Dope Bucket, and the Liberty Bell and ended the season with a respectable 15-8 record. MAURICE DAVIS Fremont. Inilinnai 12 S. Ball State Teachers' College. High Sfrhool Coach Health and Physical Ed YV01'lf1 Geograpli y, Driv - efs Training. COACH DAVIS Maurice Davis came to Fremont in 1946, fresh out of Ball State College, to begin his chosen career of coaching. His firy spirit soon caught on and soon Fremont was producing powerful teams. In six years Coach Davis has been .it Fremont his teams have won 97 and lost 43. Among these victories are five county championships, a corner conference championship and four blind tourney championships. Back row, left to right: E. Rakestraw, Student Mgr.: Kelly, Ass't Coach: Mertz Principal: Mitchell, Jr. High Conch: Davis, Coach: Sheldon Malone. Standing: Deemer, Harding, Dove, Snyder, Lantz, Kneeling: B. Snyder, Chapin, Crawford, Follett, Sprague. Seated: Stauffer, Gary. Com plimenfs Of KEYES BARBER SHOP 5 . X . - N an gf" 4 lv N 3,5 1. My . r XY' ,gt , pw, .,"1f Mvfzf V, i 5 ...v-.v, . .-',, HN, ,- -rw. ' , . 3 .r W, ,J QM f,. . Vx .yi . ,q , 1. A V .J f f V af.-,6 ,lvl Y 'fl Q .I ' ,Y , . IM - ,min Qs, ,J ,A 'q Sign - ' 4.f'.. ' 4 ff., .5,,x, 1 ' v 'V' x , . N-, 4 ' Wftf, "-S , x'g,' 45'- -4:,1 1 .N V ,, 1,134,114 wf X 523, s ' ' ' M Mm! '-'W cw . RICHARD CHAPIN qseniofp Dick's third year on the Eagle Varsity was his most successful one. He was one of the Kingpins in Coach Davis' plan. His fighting spirit will be missed by future squads. JERRY CRAWFORD qsmforp Jerry's first full year on the Varsity proved valu- able to the Eagles as his height helped him to snare many important rebounds. DALE DEEMER qsmfm-5 Another big boy, Dale didn't see too much action, but could be counted on to give his best when called upon. JOHN DOVE QSopbom0rej John's first year at Fremont placed him on a county championship team. "Sparrow" ought to bring great things to the future Eagle teams. Roots FOLLETT qsmfofy Roger moved up to the varsity mid-way last year and earned a starting position on this year's County Champs. One of the Eagles most valuable rebound- ers and always a scoring threat. JOHN GARY Uuniorj John was the only Junior to make the varsity and should be the nucleous of next year's team. His re- bounding and scoring eased many a tight ball games. Alife Janie BLAINE HARDING fS27Ii0TJ Another 3 yr. man, Blaine's precision shooting was always counted upon. Always among the top Eagle scorers, Blaine will be missed by the future teams. JACK LANTZ cSl'l1i0TJ Jack was a capable reserve who didn't see too much action but was tops when it came to team play. WILLIAM SNYDER qsmfofp Bill's second year on the Varsity earned him a starting position. He was a defensive rebounder and a good scorer. He will be hard to replace in fu- ture teams. RICHARD SNYDER QS0pb011z0reJ Dick alternated between first and second team ball this year. He will be counted upon for back court duties in the future years. JACK SPRAGUE qsmfofg Although Jack didn't see too much action he was one of the team's best boosters. PERRY STAUFFER fSeniorj Perry's third year on the varsity, he saw regular action much of the time. A good passer and a good team man Perry will be missed by future teams. Rosie l " , ASLIA fu ' l ' . K N RACK ROW: Ellwarll lluke-straw, Jay Me-rtz, lllaurive Davis, David Hnrflingy Sl-tip Luke, Fw-il Jzum-S, Holland Peterson, Bob Quilhot, Harry Kelley, Max Mitchell, Sheldon Malone. MIDDLE RUYYZ In-roy Huss, Flu-Ste-1' Miller, Larry PEllll9I', Ronnie Follett, Bruce Foster, Tom llerry, David lfllster, Paul Greg-nzlwalt, Donald llzikestralw. l4'ltON'l' HUXV: Ci-vil Applt-main, Dil-lt Snyder, Jerry lleuins, Jerry Kaiser, Kendall Burvli, NVQ-mlm-ll Burke, XXX-liilvll Coop.-r, l.u1'1'y 1'llllplll, lluvk Hlllillilgle. Grzllmm Sellers. Reserves This year's Reserve team was one of the best in the history of the school as they Won the County Championship, the Corner Conf. Championship and the Oil Can, rov- ing county trophy and ended the season with 2 18-2 record. Many of this year's Re- serves will see action on next year's varsity, but the 1952-53 Reserve team should be back stronger than ever. The County Championship won by this year's team was the first in the history of the school. C0llZP1illlElZfS Of FROSTY STAND, Mundy and Gay, Proprietors 'safe ex X F? .agp v f n Fremont 'S Fighting Champions LLFT TO RIGHT: jerry Craw- ford, seniorg John Gary, juniorg Blaine Harding, seniorg Perry Stauffer, sen- iorg Dick Chapin, senior: Dale Deem- er, seniorg Bill Snyder, seniorg Jack Sprague, senior: Dick Snyder, sopho- moreg john Dove, sophornoreg Roger Follettg Jack Lantz, senior. Maurice Davis, lmnf voavlw Harry Kelly, uxxislauf conflz -' Li lim .. A... - 1-'41 -,em --N' . -yxtnawsntm , x B-XLR POXV: Floyd Fritz, Harry Kelley, Jim Gary, Roger Follett, Bill Peeler, Dewayne S haelfer F1 ed James, Merle ll'esley Pusey, YVE'1lllE'll Burke. WIIDDLE RUXY: Frank Nitlor, J. L. Mertz, Perry Stauffer, Bill Snyder, Mauric-e Davis, E b T4 her frrover Uyler, Max Mitcliell, But-k Hufnagle. MNT ROXY: Dale Deemer, Bob Burch, Ci1'3ll2Lll'1 Sellers, Blaine Harding, George Eaiid Bob Brown, Dick Snyder, Jack Sprague, Tom Berry. , Track Team Rates Hi h The Eagle Thinly-clads opened the 1951 season against Howe Military and were defeated by a 63-46 score. In their second meet of the season the Eagles fared a little better as they defeated Shipshewana by a lopsided 69-31 tally. Waterloo was Fremont's next victim to the tune of 78-37. Auburn displayed its prowess over the Eagles by a 79-37 at Carr Field, where the County Tourney was to be held later that year. Or- land was next on the Thinley clads list of victims as Oyler set a new school 440 record with a run of 56.2 time, and the Eagles went home with a 79-38 win. In the final re- gular meet of the season Butler won over the Eagles 60-49. The Thinly Clads ended the regular season with a 3 won and 3 lost record. The County Tourney held at Carr Field at Auburn, with Hamilton the defending champions. The Eagles won first in all running events, both hurdle races, and the pole vault to win the meet and become new county champs. The Corner Conference Track Meet was next and Butler, the defend- ing champion was back as strong as ever, going to the last event, the mile relay, Fre- mont needed only a first to tie the Butler squad but failed to get the needed points and had to be contented with second place. Cornplimelzis Of B. L. STRICKLER Cross Country Among Best The Sectional Track Meet was held at Elkhart, and Fremont was very fortunate in placing 3 men to go on to the Regional the following Saturday, these being Jesse james in the mile, which he placed second in the Sectional, Dick Snyder in the half mile, as he placed fourth in his event, and George Baird in the pole vault and high hurdles. Baird was the only one to go on from the Regional to the state finals, and in the state finals he made a very fine showing tieing for fifth place in the pole vault. It was the First time anyone from Fremont has placed in the state meet. FRED JAMES BACK HOYV: Bob Burt-h, Jack Sprague, XVe-mlell Burke, Fred Janus, Brut-e Foster, Jerry Crawford, Larry Penner, Jim Gary, John Gary, Grover Oyler. FRONT ROYV: Maurice Davis, Jay Mertz, Harry Kelley, Max Mitchell. Cross-Country was new at Fremont this year and having no course on which to run all the meets were away from home. The Eagles turned in some very good times the best by Fred James, 9:58, which now stands as the school record. Fred also competed in the Cross Country Regional and earned a right to go on to the state Hnals as he finished second, ahead of some very polished runners from some of the bigger schools in the area. The Cross-Country team as a whole is to be congratulated on their fine showing at all meets and their fine sportsmanship through out the season. Complimenis Of GARY,S STANDARD STATION .Wir X1 Ni 5956 is 1 A '.."f BACK RVIXY: Blaine Harding, V1-ii--li M:iuriw-i- Travis, .Tm-k Lriutz, Fred Jzuues, I-I-lward llal-it-straw, Jerry' Beams, I.arr5' IH-nnfer, Iuixiil I-'-ister. linger I-'ull'-tt. Sli'-lilwii Malone. Hui-k Hufnagle, Perry Stiilllfr-V, .L-hn Iron-, Gruliauu Sellers. .If-hu Gury, Illvk lilliililll. FIIUNT ROXY: Dirk Snyder, liill Siiyder, Jerry 1'rziwfw1'd. Ju--k Spmsu., Ilnl- Iturni ' ' 1 ux Grin er Hyler, .Jim Ha Letterman 'S Club The Fremont Letterman's Club is composed of those boys who have seen enough varsity action in any sport to earn a letter, and is one of the many organizations which make up our school life. Blaine Harding was elected president of the club, with Bill Snyder vice-president and jack Lantz as secretary and treasurer. Many new members were brought into the club this year, and all of them did their part to make the club 3 success. C0llZp1illlFlIfS Of DOVITS BAKERY 5x High School Autographs 7' 5, M R H2 r G if '42 sg. X ' Y Mkgfqmwr-P mu6 - L X ,M , . ,, ' IQ.Qff , 1.7m 'H ,, . - Y r, L fn' " , 1 , ,.... . ,-.., ,.4.,,.,...., .-A Tv.- 1 J ,,,.,1 l I, A .. ,' 1 E . tv" 8th Grade First How, left to right: John Oherst, Kathryn Nichols, James Booth, llnhert Gleason, XVilliam XVa- ters, Ned Snyder, Nancy Berry, Joe Coburn, Blaine Shoup, Bernard Rose, Phillip Smith, James Myers, Sharon Chapin, Ronald Beams, Le-Roy Siegle. Second row: Nancy Smart, Jeanette Hinkley, Grave Broinagem, Shirley Melt-hi, Carol Kaltz, Clara Peterson, Noreta Crawford, Nadeen Bolen, Patsy Boner, Christine Fraley, Corla Foss, Patricia TVa.lsh, Gayl Doster, Robert Malone, Tommy I-Iassinger. Third row: Janet Smith, Glenna Cole, Laura Conklin, Judy Uamphell, Lorena Lantz, Arlene Schaef- fer, Sandra Prior. Ilohert Mclklurray, Gordon Kuntz, Alton Neely, James Taylor, Joe Hassett, Terry Pal- merton, Mrs. Marion Clark. - MARION K. CLARK B. S. Cornell University, boro, Pa.: Indiana University Center, Fort YVayne, Indiana.. Eighth grade s p o n s 0 r: Freshman Biology. T S' " r...fi'f 522, MARIELLEN PETTRY B. S. Concord College, Athens, XVest Virginia: Grad- uaxte work, Athens, YVest Vir- ginia. Seventh grade S p o n s 0 r, Speech Class, Junior Class Play. 7th Grade First row, left to right: Marilyn Foss, Darryl Gottsclialk, John Gleason, Tommy Higbee, Sonnie Hills, Rex Chapin, LHXYEFIIS Bressler, June Gleason, Sharon Smith, Ruth Anne Northam, Dick Finch, Ilichard Byrd, Janet Rosebrock. Second row: Carol Jean YValbolt, Lu Ann Pifer, Evelyn Shoff, Mary Jane XVall, Mollie Sommers, Charles Schaeffer, Jimmie Hufnagle, Ramon Schaeffer, Richard McMurray, YVilbur Van Auken, Maria 'Aran- guran, Patricia Lomont, Nona Mencer, Shirley Berry. Third row: Ilex Ehrhart, Max Hufnagle, Tommy Jordon, Max Hardy, Alan Sidel, Robert Worthington, James Langley, Rosalie Baker, Martha Smith, Mari- annette Burrell, Jimmie Rathburn, Margaret Fritz, Beverly Gilchrist, Mrs. Mariellen Pettry. Ithaca, New York: Edinhorov State Teachers College, Edin- as 5-P' s-,ff HARRY KELLEY H. S. Muiivliester Fullege, North Mani-hester, Indiana. Sixth Grade, Asst. High Sf'll'IHl Couvli, Driyer's Train- ing. EDNA EHRHART Oklahoma A k M, Okla- lioma. Sixth Grade. 6th Grade First row, left to right: Judy lYatters, Neal Pat- terson, Frank Parish, Ronald Lee, Bobby Prior, George Neutz, Robert Thomas, Joe Mc-Murray. Don- ald Sattison, Jerry Northam. Second row: Sandra. Middleton, Julie Landis, Larry Towne. Barbara Sevits, David Litchfield, Jeannette Schaeffer. Sandra Rathhun, Peggy Lantz. Third row: Mr. Harry Kelly, Donald Lee, Beverly Somers, Joyce Starrett, Ellanor Ransburg, David McMurray, Rodney XVells, Jane Knauss, Forrest King. Not pictured: Janice Meeks. A4 6th Grade First row. left to rightt- Bonnie l'l1uin1'niuii, Eu- gene llantz, Marlene 4'll2ll1lIll0ll, Sue Hfm1'e, Pauline Bwlen, Russell Keith, Larry lfrailey, Dale Hassett, Larry Huss, Iris Shaw. Sevond row: Emily Berry, Hr-tty Bradley, Kath- lene Baker. Robert Fisher, Lynn tjhalnpioii, Steven llippensteele, Norndell Hess. Third row: Mrs. lflclna Ehrhart, Danny Kaufman, Vimrles Coler, Johnny Keller, Gail Vlmpiii, Jane Bair, Phyllis Gales, Patty Fritz. Not pictured: Roger Harry, Dale Miller. M5531 H 'di . we-1. PANSY ANSPAUGH by ,U J- -- -- Manchester College, North Ma nchester, Indiana. Fifth Grade. 5th Grade First row, left to right: Larry Ileike, John Kuntz, Jerry Foster, Barbara Pennell, Becky Hassett, I-Franklin Lee, Parol Corey, Dale Champion, Phil YVhy- song, Brenda S4-liaeffer, Audrey XYilkins, Alma Lou Idwert, Anna Louise XValholt, Sharon Bratten, Bobby Hills, Roberta llosehrock. Second row: Veronica Kiser, Shirley Petras, Blain Caywood, Roger Ross, Ben Chapin, John Craw- ford, Pat Mundy, Anthony Hufnagle, Sharon Smart, James Wilson, Barbara Gilchrist. Jerry Morgan, Di- ann Neely, Forest Bolen, Kenneth Parsliall, Lois Gleason. Third row: Mary Lou Mountz, Lanny Huss, Cora Vee Roberts, Jimmy Penner, Billy Somers, Frankie Noragan, Roger Cobb, Billy Salishury, David Cales, .Terry Lantz, Delmer Rogers, VVayne Van Auken, Buddy Norton, Mrs. Pansy Anspaugh. , ,, .et WILMA HUGHES Tri-State College, Angola Indiana: Ball State College Muncie, Indiana. Fourth Grade. th Grade First row, left to right: Marilyn Hardy, Jane Tay- lor, Patty Mitchell, Sheila Sidel, Barbara Gary, Julia. Hippensteele, Minnie Bolen, Herman Neely, Lorna. Sellers, Ed Finch, Charles Bolen, Earl McNa.ughton, Franklin Bradley, Philip Straw, Barbara Wheaton, Nancy Yvhite, Fred Smith, Richard Sierer. Second row: LaVon Arnold, Nancy Huss, Sandra Follett, Darlene Brown, Rowelynn Schaeffer, Sue Bromagem, Virginia Melchi, Roger Baker, Joe Nee- ley, Patty Tooman, Mike Noragon, Jerry Rakestraw, Richard Shutts, Larry Reed, Joyce Hantz, Joyce Cook, Jeanette Luke. Third row: Sharon Somers, Gary Hensel, Shirley Rogers, James Knauss, Archie Black, Kenneth Smith, Philip Crain, Gary Weicht, Neil Salisbury, George Means, Sidney Brown, Alice Peterson, Robert Bak- er, Mrs. Wilma Hughes. Not pictured: Freida and Mary Najam. GLADYS AX B. S. Nortliwe-stern Vniver- i' ' sity, Evanston, Illinois. - 'ar' Third Grade. THELMA N1LsoN E Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana: Indiana University Center, Muncie, Indiana. Third Grade. 3rd Grade First row, left to right: .Terry Gottsuhalk, Rus- sell Bird, Barbara Brown, Roger Fenstermaker, .Indy Gilchrist, Greg Barry, Sharon Keith, Clayton Cobb, John Hassett, Lewis Hufnagle, Eddie Everetts. Second row: June Caywood, Tommy Champion, Richard Fisher, Estle Landis, Darlene Knauss, Judy Gary, Vance Kiser, Nam-ye Clay, Nicki Cales, Hay- mond Jones. Third row: Mrs. Gladys Ax, Vera Black, Peggy Hufnagle, Judy Crawford, Marvin Burrell, Deanna Kinsey, Richard Emerick, Louise Churgo, Joe Chapin. .4 "' K 3rd Grade First row, left to right: Marjorie Holly, Jaeqlle- line Huffer, Nyle Sll1Tlll1el'1Hfl, Alice Parshall, Kenneth Schaeffer, Kay Latier, John Petry, Duane XVull, Carol Sheets, Marrie XVilkins, Doyle lloss. Second row: Paul Thomas, llussell Noragon, Sue llathhun, Patriria Tasker, Margqaret Moeller, Larry XVei1-ht, James XVilhur, Carolyn Se-rits, Karma YVilher. Third row: Mrs. Thelma Nilson, Ned Salsbury, James Laughlin, Michael McMurray, James Fisher, Karen Prior. Marilyn McMurray, Daniel Oberst, Roh- ert Starret. 2nd Grade First row, left to right: Sharon Soule, Ronald Elliott. Marie Griffin, Barbara XValbolt, Dianna Hutchins, Max Summerlott, Phillip Shutts, Shirley Hills, Carole Johnston, Sharon Sattison, Billy Zim- merman, Bobby Titus. , Sevonrl row: Gloria Crain, Kathaleen Mitchell, Sharon Miller, Joan Hassett, Dale Smith, Merrill Liu-hrield, Richard Hantz, Larry Smart, Kayleen Miller, Mrs, lluth Pifer. Third row: Gary Tooman, Roger Kaufman, Paul Landis, Billy Knauss, Barry Shel-burne, George Som- ers, Judith Sherburne, Demaris Myers, Donald Rhoads, Audrey Lowe, Larry Hall. RUTH PIPER Tri-State Colle-26-. Angola 1 Indiana: Hall State College Q Munvie, Indiana. St'k'lJlld Grade. M-V .- I7 ,,,.,-...-. RUTH CARROTT Tri-State College, Angola Indiana.: B. S, Bowling Green Ohio. First and Seoond Grade. . 4 1 .12 V. 1 Ist and 2nd Grade First row, left to right: Darlene Gottschalk, De- Yon Arnold, Marjorie Bolen, Joyce Gleason, Dora Lee Ewert, Loren Burlingame, Billy Fraley, Earl Cobb, John Crain. Sevond row: Chester Chapin, Guy Hinman, Mike Baker. Sharon Cook, Janet Dellinger, Janice Keith, Connie Green, Alice Foss, Kay Bromagem. Third row: Mrs. Ruth Carrott, YVillard Bradley, James Black, Billy Booth, Max Bressler, Jerry Hantz, Robert Gary, Jerry Moeller. Not pictured: Jeffrey Gay and Galen Champion. Ist Grade 11'st row 0 rl l1t: Be-ttx Q- '- P 1 N 1 111 'lou ne N1111x XQAXI1111-1 IIN Pe-11 1s 41.411 IIl11011l, 8111111111 1' N 1 fm- 1 IX Q- IL x 11111-a 1 1 l1 ll le Peel XY allate I 12911. NG'L4l11Cl rf-11 Dene- Antrup, 1, x 1 511111113 111 1 111'r1X e X e A11 Nhllttx Imnna H1-stro111 Plillip S11er1-11111e J 11n lee 11111111 Nwvlners 11rd 1011 Irs gene Applernan A 111 Xehfr lttx lu 11 11 1 1 .IQ-111 11'1n1ake1 Jo1111Tax1o1 Jerry XI1111l.1o HQ-1 x Nlllllllllll N11c11'1e1 5111111111111-. I11n11N Not D11 ture-11 Larrx Hassinger Harmomca Band A rather new mnox .1t1on at Fremont school WAS the h.1rmon1ca band composed ot Under the dnrectlon of Mrs. Kathleen L:1t1er, the band practxted taxthfully all vear and appeared sery successfully at the school muslc program TOP ROXV Shlrles Pe-tras Mar11u Mounts, J1rm111e Penner Frank koragon KATHLEEN LATIER Jerry Lantz Bllls Somew Lora Vee Roberts, Lanme Husc Ben Chaflln SECOND POYX Lola uleason Barba1'aG11c11rist Pat 'Nlunds Nharon Smart Den I-3 P S M Indlana, nl nw Hook Poger Foss Beckx Hassett, kenneth Parsell Anthom Hufnagle Balbara xerqlu Bloommgton Indlana Pennell THIRD P011 Roberta Rosehrock Sharon Brattm Anna. Louxse XX albolt Dale Champion 111111111 XX1lson P1111 Whwon, Bobbie H1115 Audrey XY llklns TOP ILOXY: Katherine Nichols, Nancy Berry, Glenna Cole, Grace Bromagen, Laura Conklin, Judy Campbell, Corla Ann Foss, Nancy Smart, Sharon Chapin, Janet Smith, Lorena Lantz, Arlene Schaeffer, Shirley Melchi, Noretta Crawford, Carol Kaltz, Shirley Antrup, Christine Fraley, Patsy Boner, Clara Miller, Nancy .Ii ler. SECOND ROYV: Janet liosebrock, Ruth Ann Northam, Maria Aranguran, Evelyn Schoff, Patricia Lomont, Mary .lane VVall, Beverly Gilchrist, Rosalie Baker, Martha Smith, Marienette Burrell, Shirley Berry, Doris Bolen, Molly Somers, Carol Wialbolt, LuAnne Pifer, Sharon Smith, Marilyn Foss. THIRD ROYV: Iris Shaw, Pauline Bolen, Marilyn Champion, Julie Landis, Sandra Middleton, Janice Meeks, Beverly Somers, Joyce Starrett, Lynn Hook, Phyllis Cales, Gail Chapin, Barbara Sevits, Betty Bradley, Emily Berry, Janette Schaeffer, Judy YVatters, Sue Boore. FOVILTH ROXV: Neil Patterson, Rex Chapin, Dick Fineh, Bernard Rose, Gale Duster, llex Ehrhart. Danny Kauffman, Robert Maeblurray, Richard MaCMurray, David Litchfield, Lynn Champion, Yernie Bressler, Jerry Northam. FIFTH ROXY: Harold XYise, Joe Mac-lllurray, George Neutz, Bobby Thomas, Roger Berry, Frank Parrish. Grade Chorus The grade chorus, directed by Mrs. Kathleen Latier, made its major contribution to Fremont music by singing several numbers at the school Christmas program. F luteaphone Band Mrs. Latier also organized and led the fluteaphone band. Fluteaphones, somewhat new at Fremont, are built a good deal on the order of clarinets but sound more like flutes. TOP ROYV: Judy Gilchrist, Estele Landis, Richard Fisher, Vance Kaiser, James Laughlin, Mike Maclvlurray, Marvin Burrell, Richard Emerick, James Fisher, Danny Oberst, John Petry, Eddie Shilling, Carol Ann Sheets. SECOND ROVV: Barbara Brown: Louise Churgo: Nancy Clay: Judy Gary: Nicki Cales, Peggy Hufnagle, Kay Latier, Carolyn Sevits, Marilyn MacMurray, Margaret Moeller, Sue Rathburn, Alice Parsell, Marjorie Holly. THIRD ROYV: Russell Byrd, Greg Berry, Joe Chapin, Tommy Champion, Louis Hufnagle, Ronnie Enfield, John Hassett, Harry XVilkins, Roger Fenstermaker, Larry XVeicht. Left to right. Bm-k: llauriwee Davis, Harry Kelley, Jay' Hertz, Max Mitehell. Second R-vw: Jim Meyers, 1101-ert IXIL-M111-ray, Phil Gay, Gordon Kuntz, Terry Palmer- ton. Third Row: Leroy Seigle, Bernard Rose, llobert Malone. Toni Hassinger, Jim In-ner, Ned Snyder. Fourth Row: LaX't-rn Bressler, Alan Side-l, Ronnie Beams. Grade Team ops Count Title The Fremont Junior High compiled an impressive 20 wins against but 2 losses this season to give Max Mitchell another fine year of coaching. They Won the County Championship, playing some of the better ball of the sea- son. They were then idle until they closed the season with another victory, this time Over the strong St. Jude team from Fort Wayne. Eighth grade boys on the team were: Ronnie Beams, Phil Gay, Terry Palmerton, Ned Snyder, Jim Myers, Gordon Kuntz, Robert McMurray, LeRoy Siegel, Jim Booth and Bernard Rose. These boys will go into building another successful Eagle team of next year. The grade team next year will be built around little Vernie Bressler, Jim Langley, and Alan Sidel. Congratulations to Mr. Mitchell and his boys for another outstanding season. Grade Track The grade track team had but two meets last year, but made a fine showing. This year they can look forward to an extended season now that the new track is finished. S-o f-f 4 I BASEBALL NINE SH OWS SUCCESSFUL RECORD The Fremont Junior High e n d e d another successful baseball sea- son with an 8 Won and O lost record. The e i g h t h grade boys should s u p p ly some strong competition for H positions on the high school team next sea- son. . A RACK ROXY: BI2llll'll't Imvis, .THX Mei-tz, 111.211-I1 Max Mitchell, Harry Kelly. MIDDLE IIOYV: LaVern Bressler, Rodney XYQ-lls, Alan Sidel, Terry P3,lll'lOE'1'tOll, Phil Elly, Ronnie Lit-31115, .lim Myers, Ned Snyder, Max Hufnupqle. FRONT IXOXY: .lm'l'l'X' Northam, Rex Clllllllll, Tommy llassinger, llex Ehrhart, Tommy orilau, Neil Patte-rsoii, l'Iol+1ny Tlioiuas, linger Berry. SECOND TEAM The g 1' a d e second team had a good season this year, and will pro- vide the material for another winning first team next year. BACK HOXV: Larry Huss, George Ne-utz, Jerry Northam, Lynn Champion, Danny Kaufman, James, Cole-r, Bobby Prior, Eugene Hantz, Frank Parrish. MIDDLE ROXY: Mr, Davis, Mr. Kelly, Rex Chapin, Max Hufnagle, Rodney XVells, Rex lilhrhart, Tommy Joe .Ifll'il8Il, Jimmie Hufnagle, Robert Fisher, J. L. Mertz, Max Mitchell. FRONT HOXV: Roger Berry, Neil Patterson, Bobby Thomas. GRADE Cl-IEER LEADERS This year's cheerleaders did a remarkable job of leading the boys onto victory and should be congratulated. We wish you luck in the future years. Coila Foss, Lll.'xIlll Pifer, Glenna Mae Cole ,puff x U39 Q T 4 V, I Al f A mfr! li 4 'ii It ' f 'ir X, J N119 1 N - N Three wise men Varsity Material: 1936 "Baa, Baa, Baa" Christmas angels: Julie Hippensteele, Patty Mitchell, Barbara Wheaton Qfar rightj, Jane Bair, jane Knauss, Nadine Bolen Faculty Clezefef Ae7izfiZie5 Spam Gmeies PUBLISHER Grrzdzmiizzg Class of 1952 PRINTER Sfeubezz Printilzg Conzpmzy CQVER S. K. Snziifa Co. ENGRAVER For! Wa3'11e Ellgflllffilg BINDER Brock aim' Rankin PHOTOGRAPHER Genfry Pbofogmpbic Three Nine Twenty-one Them!-tbree Forlyjizfe We Thank You :-- The 1952 Senior Class of Fremont High School Wishes to express its sin- cerest appreciation to all of the following advertisers for their ine sup- port and co-operation. BAKER'S DAIRY BERRY'S GREEN HOUSE BLEDSOE BROTHERS B. A. BLOSSER BROKAW THEATER L. G. BUD CHANDLER GROCERY CLINE STUDIO CORNER POCKET EAST END GROCERY ECKMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE ESTROY'S GRILL FARM BUREAU FIVE ACRES, ANGOLA FREEBURN'S STATION FREMONT EAGLE FREMONT ELEVATOR FREMONT HARDWARE FREMONT LOCKER PLANT FREMONT LUMBER COMPANY FREMONT WELDING SHOP GAY BARN R. GENTRY-PHOTOGRAPHY HADLEY'S FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE HEARTH SNACK BAR HERE JONES JEWELRY HLGBEE WELDING sHoP R. o. HIPPINSTEELE HOUSE OF BEAUTY 1. G. A. STORE jARRARD'S JOHNSON STOCK YARD KAY,S POULTRY KUNTZ sKAT1NG RINK LIPPINCOTT'S DRUG STORE LYLE PERGY MAURIGE LOMONT MUNDY'S SERVICE STATION PIFER'S GAMBLE STORE POOL ROOM STAR THEATER STRAND THEATER VERA'S BEAUTY SHOP VESTULA BODY SHOP WALTER FORBES, GENERAL INSURANCE XVhen in Fort Wayne Visit HILLMAN'S Fiuc' China, Glass and Gifts 1 17 XV. Jefferson Printing That Pleases Any Kina' - Any Time WWII frm! you right Steuben Printing Co. ANGOLA, INDIANA Best Wislavs Ted Chapman Moiom Slezzbcfu Cozmfgfs Ford Dealer ANGOLA, INDIANA 830 E. Maumee St. Phone 98 Compliments Steuben Auto Sales ANGOLA, INDIANA Beams Furniture and Funeral Home FREMONT INDIANA Phone 2915 House of Harter I l1Liilll1lZ,S Iargcfsf wholesale mm' rffail sporfiug goods dealer 24 Hatter Bldg. GOSHEN, INDIANA Snyders Home Supply SKELGAS NVATER SOFTENER SERVICE Phone 2 0 2 S "On fbf' Sq11arc"' vm' lmf till? , I I III AN Ill X M Y: X N Qgllf xv A? u 1- Tw- n 'PG' 211646522223 'J1?'IrEibgv:seff2FS pg EQ ,gf lk lx uu A Lake Land The First National Bank Grocery , The Fremont Junctlon US 7-120 MEA G Hardware and G Appliance S B L B E. B. lVleNaughton Ph 4ss F 81 S011 Upholstering BEAUTY TREATMENT FOR AGING FURNITURE 7 ,losten s Trvasnrf'-Craff If'lL'f'Il'j' ami Sf!lfl0l1f'l 3' Shop Dial 2450 Fremont North on US 27 at Otter Lake O NNA, MINNESO Grade School Autographs JH 4 L 'Y Jgl L UH xl UV ' .J 1 I 'lfvw 1011 T ts? eivecw- ' 3?-an a"'tJ'a":,i,"s?,ta::"--V.. 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Mr. Robert Vaughn A5432 , Zeiss ADVISORY BOARD Mr. Burl Baker, as trustee, has provided the school with another successful year. The other mem- bers of the board aided and advised him in all affairs. The board is to be congratulated on the sincere interest they have taken in the school.


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