Fremont High School - Vistula Yearbook (Fremont, IN)

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A ' - .,f!Wf"w K 4, f ,, ...L , r xr JV inf v - 4:1,,h.,f.xf,, I- 11'- LS i Og, I v," 'K' . t x W Q i .V :QS-ff' 1' ' . td' 1 -., K Y A 33.351 ff Q15 . I A .X pit 5,-t uf . ' .J" x vtwjng. ffS?"igJ'f'5x" ' " S x ' 41 L. wax , 'FZ Q 5, w REWORD Each morning in hundreds of communities across the United States our flag is raised to its proud position over our schools. There it silently waves telling the wonder- ful story of our American heritage: freedom and the American Way of Life, Follow through the ' pages of the Vistula and see how we represent the American Way in our various classes, extra- curricular activities, and sports, 9 Mrs. Langley is a very essential part of our school life, Her conscientious and unselfish efforts on behalf of the students and faculty are examples of two vital characteristics that must be attained if one is to be a worthy citizen of America '1 "" -'Pi' K' hx 1 ADMINISTRATIO Special training and diversified abil- ities have enabled Mr. Mertz to mold th ideals of Fremont High School into actua realities. His influence is felt by every student in school and travels through the entire community, thus inspiring us to advance toward our goal of living the American Way, ,I 'N I, The Advisory Board is an im- portant link in the public school system, not only does it portray the interest of the community in Fremont High School, but it repre- sents another American privilege-- --the democracy of the school's organization, BUS DRIVERS ral 1 Wlll JANITORS John and Carl keep our build- ing heated and in good order. Co- We're off to school! No matter what the weather, our bus drivers get us there. With their job goes a great deal of responsibility which they perform well and good naturedly. COOKS operative and good humored, they do many odd jobs and are always ready to help us. Time to eat! Our cooks serve us delicious food in well balanced meals, and with seconds too! With good cheer and friendliness they give the best of service. MARY BURNS A.B. Georgia State College for Women Milledgeville, Georgia Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Citizenshipg Geographyg Science, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor. FACULTY PAULINE BARKDULL A. B. Butler University Indianapolis, Indiana Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Typing 1, 23 Shorthand 1, 2, Business Mathg Arithmetic 8. DOROTHY DUKE B.S. Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana Typing lg Bookkeeping, Arithmetic 75 Physical Education, General Businessg FBLA Sponsor. E 'gf iff 4, . I ,B , 2' e K gf ..-., .CW 4 'E .sir if JI: . M' v- ii- 1, 5333 , Q Wm - -. .,... .-- 1 .1 mf x S., L "' E 15 , h J: , .3 , , f 'i'N s I HARRY KELLEY B,S. Manchester College North Manchester, Indiana Physical Education, Social Studies, Drivers Training, High School Coach, Senior Co-Sponsorg Hi-Y Sponsor. 3 'Xl .5 Q FACULTY JOHN HILL B.S. M. E. Dana School of Music Youngstown College, Youngstown, Ohio Band Director i l I X I fi N1 32' ,, 1 HELEN MYERS A. B. DePauw University Greencastle, Indiana Spanish 1, 2g Reading 7, 8, English 9. FACULTY BESSIE OLSON B.A,, M.A. Indiana State Teachers College Terre Haute, Indiana English ll, 123 Psychologyg Journalismg Reading 85 Vistula and Tatler Advisor. v" lr- 5 KENNETH TAYLOR B.S. Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Social Scienceg Physical Educationg Drivers Trainingg Grade Coach: Junior Sponsor: Assistant High School Coach. yr. MAR1 ELLEN PETTRY B.S. Concord College Athens, West Virginia English 7, 8, 10g Masque and Gavel Sponsorg Junior and Senior Play Direc torg Sophomore Sponsor. . -.-1111ll"'-.., if-15114. PL f is ,rx ,- 5 1 ,,.. 1.,,. ,-.: -1 kyyk -f.:,y,,,5g1- -ur -i - f f -....,, ,-- Jam? V , Q, . Q lr f J' I 4 I. if U . R A R ' w Q 2 W 2 WX' 'V I ,T .. E dx V if gp ,QM - f Q7-Tig, 'df' 'L -if wg: 5 , ., ,,Z,p.,, A innwr 'Nha -. Xmxx "Wx 44 41 44 A my 5 1 , x 5 13:- A -- ,. 1' t 'W :AQ ' ,frgh 1, 'Et 3 J 'ag , . Avg ? , V . 111, f fx Q, Wv .,w - v,., 1 x 0,4 x., .. 1.,. If X CORLA ANN FOSS Student Council 1,2,3, Class Secretary 81 Treasurer 45 Quill Sa Scroll 45 Nation al Honor Society 3,45 Vistula Staff 45 Band 1,2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Chorus l,2, Secretary Sc Treasurer 3, Accompanist 1,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 1,25 Masque 85 Gavel 2,3,45 G,A,A, 1,2, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 45 Class Play Cast 3,45 Canteen Manager 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Senior Quartet 45 Carnival Queen 15 Track Attendant 35 District Solo 85 Ensemble Contest 3,4, State 35 Awards: Typing 3, G,A,A, 1,2,3,4, Good Citizen 4. GAYL WILLIAM DOSTER Class Vice-President 2, President 3,45 Quill SL Scroll 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Vistula Editor-in-Chief 4 Band l,2,3, President 45 Chorus 1,2,3 45 Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2, Vice-Presiden 3, President 45 Masque 85 Gavel 4, Oni act Play 35 Hoosier Boys' State 35 Clas: Play Cast 3,45 Algebra Contest lg Eng- lish Contest 3,45 District Solo Contest 1,3,4, State 15 Awards: Science 15 Bookkeeping 15 English 2, Biology 2, English 3, Typing 3, Valedictorian. RONALD NED BEAMS Class Vice-President 1,3,4, Student Council 25 Quill 8L Scroll45 National Honor Society 3,45 Vistula Staff 45 Hi-Y 1,2, Vice-President 3,45 Masque 8rGavel 3,4, One-act Play 25 Letterma Club 1,2, President 3,45 Chorus 35 Baseball l,2,3,45 Basketball 1, 2,3545 Track 3,45 Cross Country 45 Class Play Cast 3,45 Carnival King 15 Algebra Contest 15 Geometry contest 25 Awards Algebra 1, Geometry 2, Bookkeeping 2, Biology 2, Boys' State 3, Honorary Science 4, GLENNA MAE COLE Student Council 45 Band l,2,3,45 Twirling Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4, Presi- dent 35 Masque 85 Gavel 2.3, Stu- dent Director 45 G,A,A, 1,4, Sec- retary 85 Treasurer 2,35 Class Play Cast 3,45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Vocal Sextet 3, Quartet 45 Can- teen Assistant 35 Track Attendant 15 Carnival Queen 35 Queen of Lake Candidate 35 District 8a State Ensemble Contest 1,2,3, Chicagoland Music Festival 25 Awards: Typing 3, Homemaker of Tomorrow 4. NED DE WAYNE SNYDER Student Council 3, 45 Quill 8a Scroll 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Tatler Staff 3, Editor 45 Chorus 35 Hi-Y 1,2,3, Chaplin 45 Masque SL Gavel 35 Letterman's Club 3,45 Class Play Cast 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2, 3,45 Track 2,35 Cross Country 2, 3,45 Carnival King 3. SHIRLEY DEE ANTRUP Chorus 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 F,H,A, 25 F,B,L,A, 3,45 Class Play Cast 354, NANCY ANNE BERRY Class Secretary 8a Treasurer 25 Quill 8t Scroll 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Tatler Staff35 Vistula Lay-Out Editor 45 Chorus 1,2,3,4, Accompanist 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Masque 8a Gavel 3,45 G,A,A, 2, Class Award's Leader 1, Chief Award's Leader 3,45 Class Play Cast 3,45 District 84 State Algebra Contest 15 District 8a State Spanish con- test 25 District Sc State English Contest 35 District Solo 82 Ensemble Contest 1, 3,45 Vocal Sextet 35 Senior Quartet 45 Cheering Block 2,45 Awards: Algebra 1, Typing 2, Spanish 2, Biology 2, English 2, Shorthand 3, Salutatorian. JUDITH DAUN CAMPBELL Class Secretary 82 Treasurer 15 Quill 8: Scroll 3, 45 Tatler Staff 3, Associ- ate Editor 45 Band 1,25 Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, Chaplain 2,3, Treasurer 45 G,A,A, 1,2,3,45 Masque 85 Gavel 2, Reporter 3, Student Direc- tor 45 Cheering Block 2,45 Class Play Cast 3,45 Assistant Canteen Managerp Solo and Ensemble Contest 2. LAURA JEAN CONKLIN Class President 15 Quill 84 Scroll 3,45 Tatler Staff 35 Vistula Staff 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Vice President 1, Treasurer 3. Presi- dent 45 G,A,A, 1,2,3g Masque 82 Gavel 2,4, President 35 Class Play Cast 3,45 Canteen Manager 35 Cheering Block 25 Solo Kc Ensemble Contest5 Typing Award 2. BETTY LOU BIRCH FIELD Student Council 15 Chorus 15 G,A,A, 15 4-H 1, Reporter 25 Class Play Cast 3. ' , 'wjfffg 'srl ROBERT L , GLEASON F,B,L,A, 45 F,F,A, 45 4-H 15 Pest Contest 1,2,3,45 Crop Judging 1,2, 3,45 Land Judging 45 Class Play Crew 3,4, X it GLORIA FISHER Class Secretary 84 Treasurer l,35 Quill I Scroll 35 Tatler Staff 35 Chorus 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Secretary 35 G,A,A, 1,2, Masque 85 Gavel 35 Class Play Cast 35 Canteen Manager 35 Track Attendant 3 PHILIP K. GAY Student Council 15 Class President 25 Quill 85 Scroll 45 National Honor Socie ty 45 Vistula Staff 45 Hi-Y 1, 45 Treas- urer 2,35 Masque 82 Gavel 2,4, One- act Play 35 Letterman's Club 1,3,45 Baseball 15 Track 15 Basketball 1,2,3, Cross Country 45 Chorus President 35 Carnival King 1,25 Awards: English 1, Science 1, Typing 3, PHILIP CLARK HENRY Union City, Michigan 1,25 Quincy, Michigan 35 Quill Sa Scroll 45 Senior Play Cast 4. JAMES RONALD HOWEY Swansboro, North Carolina 15 Rocky Mount, North Carolina 25 Kingstree, South Carolina 35 National Honor Society 45 Chorus President 45 Hi-Y 45 Masque St Gavel 45 Play Cast 45 Cheerleader 45 Assistant Canteen Manager 4. GORDON BAYNE KUNTZ National Honor Society 3,4: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Tatler Staff 4: Basketball 1,2 Track 1,2,3: Cross Country 1,2,3,4: Chorus 3: Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4: Masque 8a Gavel 4: Class Play Cast 3,4: Canteen Manager 4. LORENA ANN LANTZ Tri-l-li-Y l, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3: Vice-President 4: Masque 8: Gavel 3, One-act Play 2,4: G,A,A, l,2,3,4: Chorus 1,2,3,4: Girls' Sextet 3: Solo Contest 3: Class Play Cast 3.4: Can- teen Manager 3: Cheering Block 2. JIMMIE DE WAYNE MYERS National Honor Society 3.4: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Vistula Business Manager 4: Hi-Y 1,2,3, Treasurer 4: Letterman's Club 4: Basketball l,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2, 3.4: Cross Country 4: Business Manager of Play 3,4: Awards: Book- keeping 2: Typing 3. ALTON D. NEELY F,F,A. 2, Secretary 3,4: Class Play Stage Crew 3,4: Pest Contest 1,2,3,4, ROBERT CHARLES MCMURRAY Tatler Staff 4: Hi-Y 1,3, Chaplain 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Masque 8.x Gavel One-act Plays 2,3,4: Chorus 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1: Cross Country 4: Class Play Cast 3,4. NORMA JEAN PATTERSON Fostoria, Ohio l,2, Rock Island, Illinois 35 Chorus 45 Senior Play Crew 3, Cast 45 G,A,A, 4. .r, W K KATHRYN IRENE NICHOLS Metz 1,25 Chorus 3,45 Class Play Crc 3, Cast 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Masque 8L Ga' 3.4: F.B.L.A. 4: F.H.A. 3.4: G.-4. 3,45 Cheering Block 4. JOHN OBERST Class Play Stage Crew 3,45 Pest Contest 1,25 4-H 1,2,3. BERNARD WILLARD ROSE National Honor Society 45 Chorus 35 Class Play Cast 3,45 Basketball 1,2,E Track 3,45 Cross Country 3,45 Volley ball 2,3,45 Letterman's Club 3,45 Hi 2,3,45 Masque 8: Gavel 35 F,F,A, 45 4-H 15 Dairy Judging 1,2,3,45 Land Judging 3,45 Pest Contest 1,2,3,4. ARLENE SCI-IAEFFER Class Play Crew 3, Cast 45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 F,B,L,A, 45 F.H,A, 2,3, President 4. ELAINE LEWIS SHOUP Quill 8: Scroll 4g Class Play Crew 3. Cast 4g Chorus lg Masque Sc Gavel 3,4g 4-I-l 1,2gF,B.L,A, 3, Reporter 4: Typing award 2. LEROY SIEGEL Class Play Crew 3,45 F,F,A, 45 Pest Con- test l,2,3,4g Crop Judging 2,3. NANCY LUE SMART Band l,2,3, Vice-President 4: Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Girls' Quartet 4, Sextet 3, Tatler Staff 45 Solo Contest 1,2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 1.2.3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4: F.B.L.A. 3: Masque 8a Gavel 1, 2,4, Reporter 3: Class Play Cast 45 Cheering Block 2,4-. MARY JANET SMITH Chorus 1,2,3,4g G,A,A, 1,2,3, Treas- urer 4g 4-H 1, Secretary 8: Treasurer 2,3g District Spanish Contest 2,3g Spanish Award 3, Typing Award 3. PHILLIP ROGER SMITH Chorus 1,2,3g Class Play Cast 4g F,B,L,A, 3 Pest Contest 15 Dairy Judging 1.2: Cheer- leader 4g Spanish Contest 3. WILLIAM A, WATERS Play Crew 3,45 4-H 24 F,F,A, 4, Pest Contest 1,2,3,4g Crop Judging 2,3. V ,,:,, V - V' wg Ap + , 1. - ' Q55 rx X Q, 1 'Q' X f 3 ff , . L I 1 H V' ,JZ ,fy I K ,.,. 5 F N W - , LLM ' ,ff : is l gl V, .. L V 5 , A l 1, ,, qu ag 9' 'bw my ' J gi: QPVI T u n A 4-rif f TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Mary Barron, Shirley Berry, Richard Bird, Doris Bolen, La Vern Bressler, Marianette Burrell, Rex Chapin, SECOND ROW: Charles Cole, Rex Ehrhart, Max Everitt, Marilyn Foss, Beverly Gilchrist, John Gleason, June Gleason, Max Hardy THIRD ROW: Tom Higbee, Jim Hufnagle, Tom Jordan, Pat Knotek, Jim Langley, Pat Lomont. 18 wi ' J' it 3 K YE? 3 Alan smer, W Secretarygl Pa: alice President, President. ! 5' ff' in if 'D' - S af xl 1+s',,.. A x 1 .1-'-" .' ii, S S S Wi ' I Q. . L L 'm ' wr: .- .,. I ,- - L iw X . 1 f ' gf' Q Ma ' lf? 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J J h ' f 'Hi -E .1 Z, r an r TOP ROW, L, TO R,: Forest King, Jane Knauss, Wenn Knotek, Julie Landis, Peggy Lantz, David McMurry, Janice Meeks, SECOND ROW: Sandra Middleton, Jerry Northam, Bill Noyes, Sharon Opdyke, Carol Parker, Frank Parrish, Neal Patterson, Robert Prior, THIRD ROW: Ellanor Ransburg, Donald Sattison, Sandra Rathbum, Jeanette Schaeffer, Barbara Sevits, Richard Simpson, Carol Snyder, Sue Sonner, FOURTH ROW: lee Stackhouse, Joyce Starrett, Bobby Thomas, Gerald Way, Rodney Wells, Glenn Wilber, Mary Wilson, Eugene Wireman, 21 7 L, TO R,g Beverly Mil , Student Council, Jim X Penner, Student Counc A 5 Lanier Grant, President. xx.. , Q L11 I I t. A ln V L na., ,fi B, .4 L ' -ea 1' ,, ' V i' 1 V at i ' We SWK We ' I-in if 1.8 . win ,1 V f Q, wa 1' K , ,L y 7 Y I N71 . . L., v K Lf, X 1 , , . N. re, ,ff H- s-A "fe ... 1 1:4165 .. ,f ' ng ' i ' Qf " YM! 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'X J x 4 agp! ,rl K ""' E .W-as J, TOP ROW, L TO R, Pat Mundy Diana Neeley Gene Neely Larry Neely, Mary Ann N1cho1s Bud Norton Jean Noyes SECOND ROW Jim Parker Kenneth Parshall Barbara Pennell J1m Penner, Shrrley Petras Cora Vee Roberts Roberta Rosebrock Brenda Schaeffer THIRD ROW Karen Sheets Sharon Smart Ruth Ann Smith, Daryle Snyder Gary Strong Sharon Strong Wayne Van Auken Jean Vaughn FOURTH ROW Joan Vaughn Anna Loulse Walbolt, Audry Wxlkms Vlrglma W11son Wilham Wmebemner Q 1 Lb H bei . .J Z' 'W' -M ' 1- 4 1 x f .has ,,,, . K, Wu.:-V , Q w .Q 4 ., N, . EQQM ffw3m M 'H V Q QQP -1 1 I. 'rf lx 11' in -4.-,. fa-, .Q ' .NYU - -I f .'-M. Ah4,, V ny Q 4 ' 'TT E, f 1 1 , Er -'-, -I , UQ. P ' - Ji A h V 41 if 4 u" ,sfnqgg S H m,5liixvf IH: . ,' rg,-W www' rw ,L., V M. 1x I ' ,Z 1 '1 -1 - Juv Am, f' dv' ,Q 1 '.xf w f qyei . iw a' ,,,,pmwfw1 ' ' .1 . xv g ' H., - wgvmf ,wwpn ,., ..'., an . . xl Ai Q -X V. :'.w.' , ,V p,x 1 u..n, .. , ., H?,5 H'.H' .'.g , W 'I . - 'X . 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At the same time our ability to work with those who differ With us, increases So each one is given his opportunity, through these activities, to be an individualg forming opinions, learning to make a place for himself, and earning the respect of those with whom he works. Again this is a part of our Way of Life. L, 1 D is ..A, 'm,,- 1 ' f ' ,Lffy-' Q . - , , f ,W -' ,P 5 K ' il! 17, H l . W, HZ, J,--' 77 , A iff 4 q1fff2V mafia ff1f?f 4 5 pf' : L f ,L ,fd I Tp, If I -If , fag, 1 A fl Sr, AAL, . vlr' ' , ,, , X ,,,, 4,1 1 Q V,,53i?7 2lf'1"! Q! li I 4' ff 25 Riff " ' ,f'4s1ff,Qf " 4' .3 'A' i'TfA,f" J i f ' 11, . i f px' Q .g i' nl V i 5 af' ffl? uf? r K L ,. ,rf f'- LA' X .if Q J 4 f 1 Ex 4' H22 - j .-'V' 1 ,,.. ,---"' E-',LM,,..,w3. g -J W- l , AL- - Tiff 51 -7- A-- - H "T-4 KK 'WA 1'-f M'-M X 1 +4 U ' Q-1 N. . I ' 'K ' R, - 'Q ' f Wg x . mf-QA 1 v "5 ,.. lx' , up Q :Rx .. , ML ' ' " v-V.. X --4, ,,,, 'X 5- S X Y N TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R, Howey, G. Kuntz, R, Ehrhart, A, Sidel, G, Doster, P, Gay, B, Rose, N. Snyder, E. Parshall. SECOND ROW: I. Myers, P. Lomont, C. Foss, M. Burrell, N, Berry, B, Gilchrist, M. Foss, R. Beams. HONOR STUDENTS Induction Ceremony To be a member of the National Honor Society, a stu- dent must not only possess a high scholastic rating, but he must be outstanding in char- acter, leadership, and service Students are admitted to the society by a "tapping" and candle-light ceremony, per- formed at the beginning of the second semester. In years prior to 1955-'56, the organization has had at leas two advisors. This year there were none. The only officer elected by the senior members was the President, Ronnie Beai There were six senior rnenf bers, five boys and one girl, ai the time of induction. Seventeel juniors and seniors are now me bers. Membership in the National Honor Society is a very fitting reward for four years of industry, self-discipline, and proper character development. A 2 1 ii. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Olson, A. Sidel, B. Shoup, G. Doster, T, Jordan, R. Ehrhart, P, Henry. SECOND ROW C, Walbolt, L. Pifer, P. Lomont, B, Gilchrist, P. Gay, G. Kuntz, N. Snyder, THIRD ROW:I. Myers, C. Foss, N. Berry L. Conklin. I. Campbell, R, Beams. JUNIOR JOURNALISTS Quill and Scroll is an inter- national honor organization for journalism students. Outstand- ing service in school publications and a scholastic rating in the upper third of either the junior or senior class are the essential qualifications for membership. Mrs. Olson is the advisor for this journalism group which has expanded in membership this year. Many juniors were interested in this subject and actively participated in the publishing of the school paper. Business managers discuss final plans 2.9 ,Ln W X .4 di. 6+ 1, .Q 54 LVW55 1 A , A , x 9 . 3 4 fr' ' I 4, gi! -5- r 1 A. ' p. Wu . L W 11 I E,, .g, v . if '.-S5 It U ..5:,,., x. X 31 4 - - . 'X A .if f if Q. ini! 'K 'W F' 'KE , A '-'fi..,f'Qif 5 mmf . 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BUSINESS LEADERS Future Business Leaders of America is a national organization that has been included in the activities of Fremont for two years. This group, under the tutelage of Mrs. Duke, increased in membership with over thirty-five new members. Several worthwhile projects were under- taken by the club: paper drives, typing and mimeographing for teachers, compiling job surveys, showing of guidance films, assisting teachers, and other new organizations. With the money they received from the paper drives the club purchased a record player, which was presented to the Com- merce Department. This year the F. B. I... A. also purchased an Honor Role Plaque. On this plaque the name of the outstanding senior member will be engraved. Grades, leadership, and cooperation with club purposes are consid- ered in determining the receipient of this honor. CENTER: Exective Session. 31 BOTTOM: F. B. L, A. Honorary Members 4 5 vJf'X8?' , ,Q Y gm , N K, ww. 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M g 1 6 i , QbQl if ' N M S W Q ff fr: Q um Q 'Q' Q fa: .5 -M , ,335 Q M X I, Alto Section Soprano Section F' TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S, Sidel, K, Latier, D, Lamminen, B, Wheaton, J, Chapin, P, Thomas, D, Anspaugh, M, McMurray, R, Fenstermaker, J,C, Hassett, J, Crawford, K, Prior, C, Whitesides, C, Sevits, Mrs, Galimberti, SECOND ROW: D, Knauss, J, Noragon J, Hantz, M, Moeller, B, Mills, J, Noyes, D. Kinsey, M. Mounts, M, Nichols, B, Hassett, R, Smith, THIRD ROW: I, Gary, N, White, L, Sellers, A. Parshall, S. Stroh, J. Cook, L, Arnold, S, Keith, B, Smith, J. Caywood, P, Mitchell, ll U -ag . 'ev -as .eu Wi P- ,Q C7 TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Walbolt, S. Smart, P. Mundy, L, Hook, B. Noyes, G, Doster, J. Knauss, L, Pifer, C, Foss, N, Berry SECOND ROW: B, Zimmerman, B, Hufnagle, S. Brattin, B. Mills, J, Noyes, M. Mounts, D. Kinsey, S, Rathburn, I, Meeks, B. Gilchrist, R. Rosehrock, L. Burlingame, THIRD ROW: A, Walbolt, M, Nichols, R, Northam, J, Rosebrock, K. Latier, C, Sevits, J. Sherhurnc, B. Hassett, V. Kiser, D. Lamminen. FOURTH ROW: I. Rose, I. Keith, J. Delinger, P. Harbour, S, Wells, K. Mitchell, A, Foss, C, Green, S, Lamminen, B, Walbolt, 2 CONTEST ENTRIE' The increased number of entries in the district and state music con- tests indicated the enthusiasm for music and competition in the school. Not only are the high school students interested in this phase of music but many junior high and elementary school pupils participated in this activity. Fremont High School is ver proud of the medals received by these boys and girls. CENTER: Well, the judge said- ..... BOTTOM: Brass quintet takes a break. ff. gy. Lg g,: ,154 L5 ,L I X W I .- Y A A ,gym - 'G-23 h ."E1'iQ , Q fy? f' N 5:6 Qt. Vg , - A 5 -iv' 'gs 1' f '2. 13. ?' I' 315. ,J 5.115 " 4 frfifg we "1 ' 54, -i ii? -E-W-?1l7 . 112 v 5 , AV h A A' Ik ,Vx 1, . H: gm .' . 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Brattin, L, Kaufman, M Nichols, A, Walbolt, D, Lamminen, B, Schaeffer, J, Carpenter, FUTURE HOMEMAKER "Toward New Horizons" is the motto of our organization, the Future Homemakers of America. Our express purpose is learning to live better today, so that our lives and those of our families will be better tomorrow. This we will do through courage, determination to succeed and ambition The outcome will be homes where love, security, and faith will be standards for all America. Mrs. Healy is the advisor for our organization, which has thirty membei CENTER: Are you finished? BOTTOM: Official circle. Y ,N -Q , 2, Vf Ng ' . 5,1 ' , E?Q f-gl!5k' ' Li54Q5Q5qQ?QHmg 1- :nf A 'A'L 'ff P- ' - ge A-Ziff? ?f 5 I Q? , M-T , , ,Y f .45 ,ICFV -gig' w 2.4 A l iz. W. lg QHfQw ?7'JTFe h..,,,Vy Wy in ,iff A f, AH 'nf ' +5115 Egg .. 11 5 ,. . , . Q 4g . J ef ,,. N4 ywiffm yr. dm -Q11 QM Hifi A .Ji Qual .-,I H , lit, .QT ,, , Oi . 1 'F , ,.v k I -fm 84.5 X 1 5 , 4, W5 Q41 ave .yu . Wfavn w,.xr-4 i ay, 'ij it J 1:-4' .' xl.. ,. W, 5 .2'.'fA, f 'wife V QQ . V '32 Hg. 'hi' 'I,-, ,ina 'Iv Mx . 9 f 4 V A x .5 ,j 51 1, ff J. Z Wa ' .V .. ' 1 K' 'Jil' 4 CUPID IN PIGTAII. JUNIOR PLAY ABOVE, L. TOR.: B. Rose, N. Snyder, J. Binkley, R. Beams G. Kuntz, L. Lantz, L. Conklin, P. Gay, G, Cole, J. Camp bell, R. McMurray, G. Doster, N. Berry, C Foss, S, Antrup CENTER: Oh! Feathers! LOWER LEFT: The pause that refreshes. LOWER RIGHT: IS!'1't love grand? '? sl TATTLE TALE simon PLAY ABOVE, L, TO R,: P, Gay, N, Berry, G, Doster, B, Shoup, R, Beams, IL Howey, G, Cole, L, Conklin, J, Binkley, N, Smart, I, Campbell, S, Antrup, R, McMurray, J. Smith, K, Nichols, L, Lantz, C, Foss, G, Kuntz, N, Snyder, CENTER: "May I have this dance?" LOWER LEFT: Trouble in the making. LOWER RIGHT: "This is what I think of you." L ' f f L-,,,. '43 TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K, Baker, J, Bair, M, Burre J. Smith, C, Heiss, G, Chapin, M. Mounts, Mrs, Mertz SECOND ROW: N, Berry, C, Foss, J, Landis, P, Lantz, I4 Nichols, L, Lantz, J. Campbell, L, Pifer, V, Kiser, B, Sevits, D, Ebejer, J, Schaeffer, THIRD ROW: G, Cole, 1 Walbolt, C. Parker, B, Mills, E, Berry, B, Champion, C Walbolt, M, Foss, J, Noyes, D. Lamminen, OLYMPIC For girls interested in all categories of sports, competition, industry, and accomplishment, the Girls Athletic Association furnishes satisfactory methods of expression for each of these outlets. The organization obtained a new advisor this year, Mrs, J,L. Mertz. Under her leadership the club gained many new members and totaled twenty eight participants. That she may obtain an award, eac girl must earn a certain number of pointsg these are determined by the number of hours she has spent in organized sports. The club organized a playday, swimming parties, and served a ham and bean supper, CENTER: How About a Cushion, Girls! BOTTOM: Just a Short Meeting. q I 4 u rr- wh 'N K, v ,5"A 4 ' 'J Qliffu 11-A ,s . -4 , L ,JM A uf i -,' . e. , ff - , 1, . -- .,,, Q U nv- r TATLER The Tatler was edited tri-weekly unde: the able direction of Mrs. Olson, the facul ty advisor. This year more students took part in writing stories which promoted in- terest. The advertisements were made mc original through the addition of small pic- tures. The staff did a fine job of producing a paper that filled the students with anticipa- tion. UPPER LEFT, L, TOR.: I. Jordan, B. Shoup, I. Myers, L. Lantz, Typists. CENTER: N. Snyder, Editor-in-Chief. LOWER LEFT, L. TO R.: J. Campbell, Associate Editor, S. Berry, Exchange Editor, C. Walbolt, N. Smart, Club News, P. bomont, Columnist, B. Gilchrist, Feature Editor. LOWER RIGHT, L. TOR.: N. Snyder, Editor, R. Ehrhart, Sports, P. Henry, Printer, L. Pifer, Grade News, V. Bressler, Printer, A. Sidel, Sports, Mrs. Olson, Faculty Advisor, D. Olney, Club News, S. Smith, Grade News. fs VISTULA The theme of the Vistula this year followed "The American Way". With the increased enrollment in school and more advertising, the staff found it necessary to add several pages to the book. The cover was designed by a member of the staff, this being the first time such a thing has been done in several years. UPPER RIGHT, L. TO R.: J. Myers, C. Foss, P. Gay, Advertising. CENTER: G. Doster, Editor-in-Chief. LOWER LEFT, L. TO R.: N. Berry, Layout Editor, L. Conklin, Associate Editorg G. Doster, Editor: R. Beams, Sports Editor. LOWER RIGHT, L. TOR.: C. Foss, R. Beams, Mrs. Olson, G, Doster, N. Berry, L. Conklin, P. Gay, J. Myers. . I A lx X I7 Q X Wi 1? ,xx if "- - , - it wt.. 4- q.,,f2 - FE?iEf"iif'12xl,' Qtfl.-'QzU,,f . xii . si.:-'f."t53 ' - -gn' M -tj ' ,,. 1 33596. Lfwfpl HALLOWEEN Rov Auv w fl . ...M Fi HWKMXHXXXXXI f ' . 5 3,4 Ag: N1 ,Julian W eG.g gA 64 m ,L M . A Q 'glwfghw ,951 qu HM .mg .4 ,, mi I i 'T C S ,s -'S of '? B Lb , a , A - What a N4 . A-an pitch? m...r-,k ,...law.' TOP ROW, L. TOR.: Mr. Kelley, C. Coler, R. Ehrhart, R. Wells, R. Fish W, VanAuken, L. Grant, Mr. Mertz. SECOND ROW, L. TO R.: N, Snydf A. Sidel, R. Foss, J. Myers, H. Snoh, R. Chapin, J. Northam. THIRD ROW, L. TOR.: G. Neutz, V. Bressler, R. Beams, B. Thomas, N. Pat! son, R. Barry. THE WINDUP The baseball team had another fine yeai winning eight and losing one. In the county tournament the Eagles copped a ll to 3 vic- tory over Flint with nine runs in the third inning. The pitching staff did a standout job this year. Rod Wells Q4-OJ and La Vern Bressle Q3-lj, pitching in eight games, limited thei: opponents to just 19 runs for an average of Z, l runs per game. Ned Snyder pitched a very commendable 5 213 innings at Orland for another Eagle victory. Fremont on the average outscored and outhit their opponents, giving them Z runs, 4 hits against our own 15 runs, l2 hits. Ronnie Beams led the team in batting with ZZ hits for 39 times at bat for an excel lent . 564 mark. Alan Sidel was runner-up with a good .474 average. Last year the athletic club added a new feature for participating boys. In each spor' a trophy is given to the outstanding athlete. This year Ronnie Beams received this tro- phy in baseball for the highest batting ave ra . , Conferring with the coach. lx . V.. X,"'aw-tljkigfa f ' ' 3 '., ' - - , ' Ls, ,M .. - . -4 ' L' ' ,,11:'i:M? ,, , " ' -V ' ' .2 ' .Q 1 'A . gas- -,4 N Ffflq :I Wrrk 'C A . 7.1 Liky . . . tra, f-., A , A 'J' ' ..t,wMm-w 'ffl' ' i ijz, J ,. "', ,ff 4 Jil". Safe or out? Pepper Ball, SENIORS Ronnie Beams lst B Jim Myers Znd B Ned Snyder LF, P JUNIORS La Vern Bressler P, CF Rex Ehrhart C Alan Sidel SS Hal Stroh RF Wilbur Van Auken RF SOPHOMORES Charles Coler RF Bob Fisher 3rd B George Neutz LF Neil Patterson CF Bob Thomas Znd B Rod Wells P, CF ' - ' FRESHMEN Roger Barry CF ' SCHEDULE F rernont 14 Hamilton Z 16 Flint 2 14 P . Lake 3 5 Waterloo 6 7 Orland 2 33 Salem 0 18 Metz Z COUNTY TOURNAMENT Fremont 11 Flint 3 17 Hamilton 0 Mid-game conference. 53 Wg -.wx 6- 's hr X.. fi Q , -nv W 3 M? E M . wa . f - wr' z ' H if M, 5 A X IN ACTION RONNIE BEAMS-SENIOR-GUARD A veteran of two years, Ronnie's defense, assists and accurate shooting made him the key man of the team. He was also the leading scorer. PHIL GAY -SENIOR- FORWARD Phil with one year of experience was a valuable man under the boards. His deadly one-hand jump shot always made him a scoring threat. REX EHRHART-JUNIOR-FORWARD This was Rex's first year on the varsity squad. His ability as a rebounder and his outside jump shot, made him valuable as a center and forward. LA VERN BRESSLER-JUNIOR-GUARD Vern's assists and fast break ability were a definite asset to the team. He was constantly popping one-hand jump shots from the foul circle. DAN KAUFMAN-SOPHOMORE-CENTER Although Dan didn't see much action until the latter part of the year, his height, ability to shoot and rebounding ability helped in the sectional tremendously. 55 R1 'Nm tx? ' W Ni QV mv U. X , K .. 5 f 1 .L A Y-we 4, .. ? g ? ix 1 2 Q I X 3.3 'V rf ' I 1 MQ ll -, - , ' W A Q, , if-' M J: . ' y A' NN it U Mfg ,1 5 QQ V.-3 QL 3 ' x , . K iz eg., -.. lm +3 1.-.. .,, if 'vw ,',, A15 -ff s 3. r I5 'Q ' 'I fig -2 hz f, 2 s F 5 Qu S, Q 0 X l Y 3 s nQ'f Nw 3 'P-A . 'H M Wy? I' W 4' 1? ' U 0' M' ' I. K Wm, 11 4 CHEER- 1-A, '53 zun TEAM Q53 The second team cheerleading squad was composed of four gi1'1S3 one freshman and three sophomore students. These girls assisted in organ- izing the cheering block, and created several new and unique yells. Red sweaters and black slacks made up the uniforms worn by the quartet. Dianne and Julie have been cheer- leaders since their freshman year, ffl while this is the first time Kathy and Barbara have participated in this activity. The cheering block is certainly justified for being proud of these girls, for throughout the entire basketball season these cheerleaders encouraged the appropriate enthusiasm for victory and the best sportsmanship in defeat TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Howey, G, Cole, arnong the Sch-001'5 fans. SECOND ROW: K. Baker, J. Landis. 49"-vm. V I M, V I G "T-E-A-M" "Go Get 'Em Eagles" -, , , li F N I ' S Y 'nf' R25-+R iffy- fy jjj . 'Wu ,: 5 If 'Y Ai, 1 ,' rw 4' 1 J! 1 l P ' D 1 II A 58" The Winner THIRTY MILERS The Fremont cross country team had average year in winning two and losing tv They placed second in the Corner Confer cross country meet. Their schedule was limited because C the adverse weather conditions. This in 1 way hampered the turnout, as more than thirty boys participated. Bernard Rose received the cross cou trophy for being the outstanding runner fc Fremont. TOP ROW, L. TOR.: Mr. Taylor, Mr. Kelley, B. Caywooc D. Kaufman, R. Wells, B. Norton, Mr. Mertz. SECOND ROW, L. TO R.: N. Snyder, R. McMurray, P. Gay, A. Sidel, W. VanAuken, R. Fisher, R. Ehrharr, B. Rose. THIRD ROW, L. TO R.: R. Foss, J. Crawford, J. Lantz, J, Penner, I. Myers, C. Coler, R. Chapin, W. VanAuken, G. Neutz. FOURTH ROW, L. TOR.: E. Parshall, K. Parshall, I. Foster, V. Bressler, R. Barry, B. Thomas, R. Beams, H, Stroh. Q ,gg-Q! 4,1 lvl ' Q , ssl Rf ,f JR' K- L Na x., fl , f nl' ,Vai V' gg 2 wi ffiy , E D ' X f f 15 k M A Q A .Q 'Q w A Q r -' , , .ff N ., L ., ?"','f"Q1g - 3, ' 4' , 11' ,-ff'-I' 5 1 I 5 V Q M Nkfjf Q 7 f,fV Biff, 4 X .,.,rN J JJ! . 9 j .Liv -i , 'P if - ' '34- P Q.-5. J, 'f' I lm, T9 x I 'br if .P -'. ' 1 . 001, .w fi 5l'QEi'r N 4 4 I 4 I 1 N im! 1 N 1 ji 2? 1 f.. . 1 ,ff 3 -N' vi 4 Mi, n ii . . V 2 Q' , ,V , s A Q 'K 'b' " A " 5 Q. ill: ii 'fl all WA! tw A M f Q Q mn - U 7- .. K .L L P I ' si , If Q . Off' ! 5 Nm axis 'fib- C . ,. ff - xgf ., w h .V r . M GLADYS AX B. S. Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois 3rd Grade ,-039' , 3 i xaVS,,L'.J Ai," .. lr --f fi fire 5 4 i71,,,,, sera I 2-wr, :KW ,Ax I . I ',ezr,lfif.1TQgQig in I r x :i1ZJEa.:wel3,:f,i'ixa7la -- a .3 ,. ,rl , x YD , if AN- ., tr ,r 1. Q. ,v 'Q 3 ,' f rx, 1 ,fggr , 34 In ff' ,-, w i5'f54l'l' 'I x YXXEKE ,Q X 1. . I r ag ra? , ipifgmlwg ia 64 GRADE PANSY ANSPAUGH Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana B,S. Manchester College North Manchester, Indiana Sth Grade. JUNE CHASEY Oxford College, Oxford, Ohio Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana lst Grade. FACULTY GWEN COTNER B.S. Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana St. Frances College for Women Fort Wayne, Indiana 5Lh and 6th Grades. 1' ? 1 1 S .. N BERNADINE GALIMBERTI B,S, Pennsylvania State University Stare College, Pennsylvania Junior High and High School Chorus, Grade Music. 65 EDNA EHRHART B.S. Oklahoma A and M Stillwater, Oklahoma Sth Grade. GRAD ALICE MYERS Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Indiana University, Bloomington, Indi Primary License 3rd and 4th Grades. THELMA NILSON Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Ball State Extension, Muncie, Indiana 3rd Grade. GRACE OBERLIN B.S. Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana lst Grade. FACULTY RUTH PIF ER Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana 2nd Grade. MARIE SCHMIEGE B.S. Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan 4Lh Grade. EIGHTH GRADE J fi isa- J , L - N -Ji W . , sr-A 5 K .. ' V.,,. , 4" ni- . W 15' ,, -4, i. is W.. I - "' K J 'kvw e F4 L., mx g H . 'J Q . T K 1 J .fi TOP ROW, L, TO R.: La Von Arnold, Robert Baker, Roger Baker, Archie Black, Charles Bolen, Franklin Bradley, Darlene Brown, Terry Carpenter, SECOND ROW: Roger Cobb, Judy Coleman, Joyce Cook, Tom Dougherty, Sondra Follett, Thomas Gardiner, Barbara Gary, Joyce Hanrz, THIRD ROW: Marilyn Hardy, Randall Honeycutt, Nancy Huss, Court Jarrett, James Knauss, Jeanette Luke, Earl Ford McNaughton, Virginia Melchi, X f EIGHTH GRADE 4 . A '70 ' x of l U- X' 53" m- , - 'fl 'F' if-av :gf '- ' , ' 5 . 'x I , N A we . A Sy S at :S .fl ll.. f -' Di . 4 A lyrfr' il, V M V Q A . ' n . l v. . I Q-'Q .17 , .-q- ' --Y t-U . Y 'L . 9-. is R -r 3 W 1 A f 'Q' -.,.,.:g ', L-QU,-' X j S W 0 5' Q: A W C 5 r f X W- . M " -" wt N1 6. .L .,,:. 5 ill L, thc, t, il , n ' 3' V I ' ' , at ,a M 'R W ' - , X , I - W vii N 1 - . I lv? I :Y ""' in - - I W' il at ' X 2 A S TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Patty Mitchell, Jerry Morgan, Frieda Najm, Mary Najm, Joe Neely, Eunice Nichols, Judy Noragon, Jerry Rakestraw, SECOND ROW: Gene Robinson, Rosalynn Schaeffer, Lorna Sellers, Richard Shutts, Sheila Sidel, Richard Sierer, Fred Smith, Janet Smith, THIRD ROW: Kenneth Smith, Philip Straw, Jimmy Vannadee, Gary Weicht, Barbara Wheaton, Nancy White Carroll Whitesides, NOT PICTURED: Sabra Woodlief, X SEVENTH GRADE f- - f 1 E E C if ' ' M' ...U ii, -I J 'W E -gg 5' M v ' B J M rx g EK? X if j , Q , gg Mr 1 , g ,X - ,PH I , , , A V at LL 7 Lv 'nr he I 3 g h h 3 K . ,-.g 'gy' ry ,1 3-,LQ A ,-44, M ,X ' ' ' J fi , 4 V A- - 5 , - if A A ' Q, ' -M J 1 1 .ga ef- J , Q J V' - ' av- 1 I 'J are J Q 'K' R , L .gi , V, Q ,V V In f: Q we . ,., -... rf Q . I L - , -.... 'N N. r J EEE it 7 , , L, MF R J s vi' fx a . 5K v 2 TOP ROW, L, TO R,: David Anspaugh, Greg Barry, Barbara Brown, Janet Burlage, Marvin Burrell, June Caywood, Tommy Champion, Joe Chapin, SECOND ROW: Louise Churgo, Nancye Clay, Judy Crawford, Henry De Long, George Ditton, Richard Emerick, Roger Fenstermaker, Richard Fisher, THIRD ROW: Judy Gary, Gerald Gardiner, Judy Gilchrist, J,C. Hassett, Barbara Hufnagle, Lewis Hufnagle, Janet Humbarger, Sharon Keith, FOURTH ROW: Deanna Kinsey, Vance Kiser, Darlene Knauss, Estle Landis, 1 4 V, Q3 I 1,11 . JP' L- Q- A ,X V4 x ?' K v . f . 155 ,N WA FA' .elm x., I z ,Wa km: . - -X SEVENTH GRADE ,g liz" 'Q' ar- 1-1' 3 ' ' 2 -Q 5, Q is 'vs 2- rv V! A N K fs?" 'h N W will m sei-fha, ' -Ni 1 ..,.. ! ' TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Kay Larier, James Laughlin, Marilyn McMurray, Micheal McMurray, Walter Mills, Margaret Moeller, Herman Neely, Daniel Obelst, SECOND ROW: Jimmy Owens, Phil Parker, Alice Parshall, John Perry, Karen Prior, Sue Rathbum, Doyle Ross, Ned Salsbury, THIRD ROW: Kenny Schaffer, Carolyn Sevits, Bonnie Smith, Eddie Smith, Robert Starret, Sondra Sr.roh, Paul Strong, Nyle Somerlott, FOURTH ROW: Paul Thomas, Duane Wall, Larry Weicht, Harry Wilkins, . g V! L. av,-e ,mf A If ,V 7 T., v- .J N 1 nl!! req s La gr-an I .f 'if LIU L. lim.. 0- A., Q. C ,C I ,,. vw J U a A . i,""' 4.4 'irr' ' ' N -am SIXTH GRADE S"-' ? 1 Q' 'J' KY ,ri , , Q f C rr'- 'J ' ,Qty - " . r VL ' if .rl .L V W W Vi . an , A . V 5, J W gy, V, jr so-Q R -Q1 -W YV K A nxrn a A 1 ef? U- ,f I J X : 'A rf' X AM M . 5 A. -,xhpxj A 'W 4 r -,iq I f M b ,xr V S ,, .Q .A C ,A , ,, 3 f , 4 in ' 3 .V ' C ' X 1 L- ' s.. -M ea mga - J X. C, 'H .L P ,I Q -,, , J ji , "ix X-I W X QD' 'A 'tuna ut ' . -.f 5 'KA fs. V - 5 Q E, . 1... ' 4 .1 ,. ,, ti M I ' l " J 1' I , 9 Q ,,.. V' 5 f , vu: Q1 Q , 1 zg, J Q, i , Q54 fs' ' . . Q., W va- ,S r , K X. i H , M . kr jf K Fry IX ,LW w 4' ., , J , W A " MW J- esus gsm., WWF!! oy, .wi I3 TOP ROW, L, TO R.: James Black, Max Bressler, Sharon Cook, Thomas Ebejer, Billy Fraley, Jeffrey Gay, Richard Hantz, Jessie Harbaugh, SECOND ROW: Roger Kaufman, William Knauss, Sue Lamminen, Audrey Lowe, Paul Land Sharon Miller, Jerry Moeller, Demaris Myers, THIRD ROV Kathleen Mitchell, Connie Nelson, Jerome Newbauer, Michael Perrine, Donald Rhoades, Sharon Sartison, Roy Schaeffer, Barry Sherbume, FOURTH ROW: Judy Sherburne Phillip Shutts, Larry Smart, Sharon Soule, Barbara Walbol' Billy Zimmerman, Judy describes the drawing, FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE no-3 1 t K ' ' .' 4 . W... KVV. sf... ,TL ' .ty t7 L 5- ' ' Q1 Q92 ,A V, bk? . B f ei 1 ' ' - r ' H f ii' r -'N 'T " ' yin f , t 'N' ' T' 'rv l fl 1' ' , K h b A , - H ' . ' uf .J K gf, A 5 ff ' J 'fs 1 5, I: 1 ,- ,M W .,.AA , Q , , I , M X X fi X f Rimini . i ' TOP ROW, L, TO R,: Devon Amold, Michael Baker, Russell Bird, Willard Bradley, Loren Burlingame, Earl Cobb, Janet Delinger, Alice Foss, SECOND ROW: Peggy Gardiner, Joyce Gleason, Joan Hassett, Shirley Hills, Guy Hinman, Lee Jacobs, Karen Lomont, Diana Mills, THIRD ROW: Hal Parker, Mary Petras, Judy Rose, Mary Ann Shutts, Roger Smith, Mary Alice Snyder, Carlton Sours, Dianne Straw, The class listens to Karen read. FIFTH GRADE .Lisa .. f H- ' S-Q xr I ., Er? 4. . PM "' S1 g .. Q. T - .. 'P w .f ifga, .rv K V aw ' 1..,k, , ,Y "W" 'i 'fir' V " 4 sf hs 1 ' W w, 1 , R' ' A I . t rv, ja L -O ' 1 , . 1:1 M f I T -it , . . - Y Y mf S an we ' 5 ' .. A 1 ' , , w T , f i 1 ,K - i ' fi K X, J ' ,N A A, 1, 1' 1' , n hlzh l var R, , T : 5 5 ., ij mmyl ,ay A 3 x V S-A a w K ' 1 -K we 5 l i ff T , - ' A Af ' D , K It X4 , ,L 'sl' 1 T" '- bv f' ,iw Q , A- rr YS? K 'Cav' ' ' .f K if ' .. 4. K I '7'k 'jf - T ., , ' V I W 1 ,X k f 'V L V105 , P 'W P km .W ., wav al . .axmefhmx g,.,,,A S, ,i,,l, A ffl -fig P 'K7' -we sg' , j fa , W t, t 'J75' l : TOP ROW, L, TO R,: Robert Bucy Jr, , Ronald Cook, Galen Champion, Ronald Gardiner, Robert Gary, Connie Green, Charles Hall, Pamela Harbour, SECOND ROW: 130113135 Hufnagle, Pamela Jarrett, Janice Keith, Terry Middleton, Marion Miller, Nancy Newbauer, Franklin Patterson, Charles Peele, THIRD ROW: Wallace Reed, Margaret Rowlette, Nancy Sheets, Dale Smith, Carolyn Sours, Michael Spaulding, Phillip Sherburne, Max Summerlott. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Thomas, Beckie Thompson, Don Towne, Patricia Way, Anita Weber, Cheryl Wells, Larry Wheaton, Young America sings. FOURTH GRADE Ky Q . Y S QU! nv v-S V- L " in ' '-v - Ty ' ' - - ' ' rr: f' 1, - , -, V -Y . X. 2 U L x . I 3 I o f ' 4 L V' Y J - A11 . r ' - V R '-' V f 1-K V K M . wr .i 5 1- il' 5 1, i Vi" x 'th f '- K Q-., Q M' f -A , Q-..- C. C. 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SECOND ROW: David Eversdyke, Sandra Hall, Bonnie Hantz, Terry Howey, Wayne Jacobs, Della Jolly, Elaine Kirchner, Larry Locke, Jeffery McCormick, THIRD ROW: Lee McNaughton, Henery Milliman, Barbara Mundy, James Myers, Marilyn Parshall, Helen Peuas, Gary Powell, Gary Rathburn, Niane Rathbum, FOURTH ROW: Robert Saunders, Becky Schaeffer, Keith Schaeffer, Marshall Sellers, James Shupp, Ricky Shutts, Cynthia Smith, Dianne Smith, Larry Smith, FIFTH ROW: Jane Snead, Gary Snyder, Jimmie Sommers, David Stauffer, Janet Stroh, Dennis Waters, Max White, Donna Wilkins, Steven Wyneken, Who can complete the problem first? THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE I ,J R -1' -for ww 1 O R ,re ,.DD -:M ' J 41.4. J s I W, , iwiiirk VV "' , z ,: ' iq ,1f, ""' s 'fr - 1- Q' " ' 2 3 A 3 ' 422+ R '- -s my I J V 1 -- . N I X K V, I , .J ,.h 4 I A -h iimm R .iff -is ' ,A 1 4, 1 f' , fx: f , R ,4 J -- 5-f ' -'- O ,, , J if . ' WR Q 3 Xi as Q y f at N , fs rg ,5 f r , A 1 ' . l ' 1 ' v uw' ij W' ' J i 's-2, I R A I Q- W' A. Q ' i TNQ Q? A ' R I 1 ' . , R " - 'mi , TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Barbara Arnold, Mary Arnold, Eile Black, Sammie Bolen, Mary Boore, Bob Champion, Che Chapin, Gary Clay, SECOND ROW: Kathy Drushal, Mart Ehrhart, Mary Ehrhart, Ron Eversdyke, Michael Fisher, Jw Gilchrist, Jeffrey Green, Jerry Hantz, THIRD ROW: Judy Hantz, Yvonne Harpe, Glenn Harvey, Pam Hassett, Rom Hills, Janice Luke, Tommy May, Roger Miller, FOURTE ROW: Judy Moffett, Larry Newbauer, Michael O'Brien, Tommy Parker, Jack Patterson, Marie Vamadoe. What country is this? THIRD GRADE .Mm is ' 41 Q L., 'xi . 17 si -,,, v 2' .,.,,,,,, F ' N A., Q .. K K ul i Q i fm . LT W I A . Q 1 Q. JJ L.. L- if , C J 5- X Tx- it-' "Rf, T , 'V Im . ak-A mei 4, , I ' K :ff J -P 'u ., '::'f 'll 1 I J . ,V J A, 'L aa,,r,.1-s far :ia 1 5 L 1 5- Q, ?' yn' at - , .4 ir in . TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Reta Asher, Roger Baker, Roger Blansit, Nancy Brown, Dean Cobb, Rodney Crawford, Neil Fenstemiaker, Patty Gardiner, Mary Lou Gleason, SECOND ROW: Mary Kay Greenamyer, Terry Hayton, Linda Hinman, Linda I-Ioneycutt, Victoria Hoot, Sandra Keith, Judith Melchi, RobertMoeller, BeverlyOst.ron, THIRD ROW: Janice Parshall, Cynthia Peel, Susie Pence, Martin .ff 4 J ,. . G ' 5--C i, .za -4 ' X . , X ' J Wlix N, .K - J ,v , ..- A. vl' 'R ' ti J V 3 9 "lv S C ',I'2N- X .. rf.. 'M an 3 5, ' 51 ' X "' L- . l N L. W' ,' XF' V 'E' El' ' I ,t S . f -'abr' 'L.s . , Y., ' Q ' 'LQ' Yv 1 t 'c if ' . .4 -,- Perre, Gail Powell, Grant Powell, Larry Reese, Roy Rowletre, Conard Ruhl, FOURTH ROW: Frances Salsbury, David Sher- bume, Jackie Sherbume, Billy Skelton, David Smith, John Smith, Jo Ann Snyder, John Snyder, Roberta Snyder, FIFTH ROW: Art Somers,,John Walbolt, Stephen Weber, Richard White. NOT PICTURED: Ron Harris, Reading is fun! SECOND GRADE .nm . I V I .H ,, . .L 'ei' I Vg Uv i! kr ,. ig, Q In K -,Q - f-nr' ,J If ur if A , in-, ,Q C 7 7 . , , , I . sh-V' " M' j at-,. 'EM' 1' ,rv-v-,, 5 fm Q QL., - X "'5 X C, sb, J N ,K x if af S 1 . N L-vw 'F jx. ri . , A S at S j -gf ,,.,r 4' 1 ,, S "' ..- f.. fe gr- at r.. .. ,. -rv-f J iW""' . , r - ' 'au' K 'i W ' I ' .9 . . 1 . 1 K Ml 1 L df' ' ' di Q K, Vvgl 1 i K J ik ,W 5 ' 21 -1. " x 5 w s-h, 7 v - w""'N ' 9 L"' 'E 2:71 fx , 'gl 4' w, t' 1 J 5 v-4 . ' SI-M . qi e 3' ' -L A I K QL- 5 f , Q h I A Q- 8 , ,v , ,,.,,,,, V' , wr -rr VI, 35-7 r I ' . ,R - ,, v I i ' 1 A 9 ,f '3-.X . , . ,, S 9 x .4-Q, C Rini, E H if all Ji,-K.. ,V f K -x . .. 1 7 ls- C R PQ TOP ROW, L, TO R,: Linda Amold, Leon Arnold, Ralph Bradley, Larry Divine, Francis Enfield, Danny Evans, Lee Fink, Chester Foulk, SECOND ROW: Roger Fulton, Claren Hall, Gerald Hantz, Carl Harvery, Freida Heffinger, Mar I-iufnagle, Martha Hufnagle, Michael Huser, THIRD ROW Kay Kessler, Dennis Michael, Jim Moffett, Annette Mour Robert Neeley, Terry Nevius, Glen Patterson, Steven Pen FOURTH ROW: Phillip Percy, Rita Prior, Rita Sheets, Russ Shutts, David Smart, Donald Straw, Brenda Turner, Monl Varnadoe, FIFTH ROW: Ted Walter, Diane Watts, Robert Wilson, Is everyone paying attention? SECOND GRADE as-us, X-' CIP ini-r " i- K- f v- ,S--v' S-1 X 1: -A ! a+ I 515, l 'f 1 f" M Q A 3. Sv .3-'-hs 4' - R .K'1"i' ' T7 "1 1 n L l "fi f f lli I .' TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Peggy Binkley, Kathleen Brouse, Gary Burch, Martha Kay Crandall, Pamela Duncan, Danny Fansler, Tommy Fraley, David Greenwalt, SECOND ROW: Maxine Hale, Tommy Hantz, Dale Higbee, Barbara Huss, Linda l-Iuss, Denis McCormack, Melinda Mick, Millicent Mick, THIRD ROW: Richard Miller, Barbara Mingus, Hal Mullett, Susan Murphy, Catherine Najm, Larry Parshall, Robert Perry, Sally Rathburn, FOURTH ROW: Tommy Ruhl, Judy Sierer, Darlene Sperry, Michael Towne, Steven Vaughn, Connie White, David Landis, Tommy Zuber, Pam trys her hand at teaching. - 1 -2 iL'tr S , i ' , 7 1 , -:ff " fl 'W 5 L ' :es".f5?f.rfe5?: ,fs as R D v , "' ' ,' is J, 'A 'Xu M J ' , ' N, ' A 1.4 , E, u ' 6 li n 3 4 5 00 1- fr, FIRST GRADE - . M ,nl aa - A - - , we -gel. . X, , . -- xr ' ' ' ' , . . 1, k fi -fe J fm --3 M y --f .xg f 7 , .R Q, or 1 ,R A, we , , Q y , ,fe Q - .2553 A fl H Q' SAN' A or-ii f ' 'S 'F' WA-i f " K' ' 5 fm A JI ll - If ff , . "5 l I 4' . V ,,.h- . 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Q Q is Ti x ' nl ' N ,, VJ, 'L-,,i. ,ax ,f 4 .g." 4 -J fSn13in'WvvbZ:.iv 9 -1 A FIRST GRADE 4- :- ' ff if gf," ' 1 'ri " xr:-R' ,F ' S ' R' SQL, J -T5-vi z ' '. , Q ' Q- l :K 1 ' , L.A:5'nm11u .i. n . ." Q Q If Us V I M' 'N 'I I I ,. . , f Lt A K . 'H' vt- .P+ gp e tier- ' "4 ak . ,Q , - Av :LL lv 5 V k H H , -., I A lx 'T 5 I , - I ' K ' L '- 4 A X 2- Q! .M i is X ku V, i 1' r X ' ' ., 1 r i 'A rl , -:if , ., L1 i . me -' ". ",, ! L1 Elf XX. -id Q ' f . kv V , , T' --. ' , i v. X H r ...,.. 1 A I ,H vnu- - 'vs 3, . W f XA Ge ' ' 'Q' Q l 1 X ,Y 'U 5 tx- ' ' 2 - ' . rg, Q, ' P " f ' x O ,, ' F I ' V - N . 2S42ff2esa 'QQ1f.KP2w ' fr '1' W- 'fri l i T QQ . 2.1is,65Pg: , L, : lg Jw 5, .f. ,, i 1 ' K -l TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Gregory Abbott, Timothy Blansit, Sue Ann Brown, Stephen Burlage, Ernestene Clantz, Nancy Dickason, Eileen Firestone, Sylvia Fraley, SECOND ROW: Jeffrey Harpe, Sherry Hook, Ronald Keller, Linda Livingstone, Patricia May, Alan Milleman, Sandra Mundy, Sherrie O'Dell, THIRD ROW: Steven Parsons, Jayne Pence, Richard Perrine, Ann Louise Rader, Carol Ann Reese, Terry Rumsey, Sue Ann Rupp, Pamela Schaeffer, FOURTH ROW: James Skelton, Mildred Straw, Anne Swift, Michael Vamadoe, Thomas Walston, Brenda Watts, Donald Wilson, NOT PICTURED: Sheryl Ann Turner, First graders learn to read. U . ll 4 6 ' lo 1 -Q -if , Y M .F Q i N . X 3 A 2 ' 4 -. lv W 'uf ' an Q 4g fe!! 431 WEP 3 if, s ff. 4 Q 1-lf ., L xii? 'A ,iff A , K. " ve , 1 1 EVE, . 4 L4 ii- if , B in Vw! , 1 T5 A lg. .H- me fb W iw i, ,L L,J, S ,1.,.L - ., AMG ug . , W- --Me. L--- W. .,., .f , v f ,fglfff S -li , zz. S 5 R' .Iv . .6 Z, 7. , ,.., ,G A A Q.-W. f 5 . ,,,, , f ,.., .f-- ,f fu 112. 1:-N: J, .1 N, f, fi E L sf mf, 1993,-.-' " Wi, 5 .R ., ,f F V -ff , .MQ ,455 Mg: .. ,: Q gp, K A iv E X ww- R? 53 1 ' E5 - : - -K gay ua M -. I 5 ix . --Y: X-- vf . 1113 :m f 5' Q X- " , 1. ' , M , is " Bifg,-.fa -6 . f -ew jf S Q ,gf- L 'Q fl 1-mg 4 ' , fy um, . A x v zf J -L I 5 N., , H? mms r v TRW' 'Qu ww 45, I XX TOP ROW, L, TOR.: E. McNaughton, R. Fisher, J. Rakestraw, J. Knauss, R. Shutts, M. McMurray, E. Smith, C. Bolen, T. Dougherty, B. Knauss, Mr. Taylor. SECOND ROW, L. TO R.: K. Schaeffer, J. Black, I. Chapin, V, Kiser, P. Thomas, G, Barry, P, Parker, I. Petry, W. Mills, I. C. Hassett. THIRD ROW, L. TOR.: J. Newbauer, B. Sherburne, J. Moeller, J, Owens, L. Smart, M. Bressler, E. Landis, T. Ebejer. FUTURE LETTERMEN The Graders had a limited schedule SCHEDULE this year. In five games they won two and Fremont 31 Scott lost three. In the county, by losing two Z Riverdale and winning only one, they were eliminat- Z Flint ed from the grade tourney. 14 Orland Charles Bolen was the leading hitter 4 Angola and Estle Landis was the leading pitcher with the only two victories for Fremont. Do it this way boys! You're out! VISTULA ADVERTISERS bxrx N, ' 'The' 1956 senior class of Fremont High A e School wishes to thank all those who con- ' 2 tributed money, time, and effort in order .J--0'--' . X to make our yearbook a success. Ia Auto Association Don's Shell Service ess Shop Dove's Bakery Farm Bureau Insurance ihion Shoe Store 's Res W Fort Wayne Coke Bea Box Frahms Marathon Station B. 81 Root Beer Fremont Eagle , ' -F H Brokaw Theater Fremont Elevator Bud 8: Dorothy's Place Fremont Hatchery 8: Feed Cafeteria Cooks Fremont Locker Plant C, F. Emling Co. Fremont Lumber Co. , Inc Chandler's Grocery Gary's Standard Service Clay's Country Cottage Hadley's Conn H. L. Smith, Lawyer Higbeets Weldirig Shop Covell Implement Store . I-lusei-'s Upholstery Shop Dale Pifer-Gamble Store Johnson's Stock Yards FP7: in W 86 GAY'S SUPER MARKET COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES AND QUALITY MEATS FREE DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 2415 87 STROCKT IHMETFOR MENS AND BOYS WEAR Mayfield 4-Star Clothing-Champ Hats-Van Heusen Shirts Cresco Sportswear-Tom Sawyer Boys Wear-Swank Jewelry Angola, Indiana Phone 129 G.B.FOUlK GENERAL CONTRACTOR Sand-Gravel Bulldozer-Fleet of Dump Trucks-Crane for Rental Now Moving Over 112. Million Yards of Gravel on Toll Roads 88 MOELLER'S DAIRY BAR Pigs Dinners-Lunches-Hamburgers-French Fries Delicious Rochester Root Beer Dairy Products Fremont, Indiana Phone 4225 I J 2 ' 1 . n ll , . , I 3 , - ., Z :HSL ., - , .- .. B ' ,. ' 'L " ',.'-.q1,,. - L, 7-.rn-vt. . -re :M A ' .' - A . ,,,. 4 . - ,. .-- -' . ,I ,. ,. ' -'Z-44 4 KEYES' BARBER SHOP VISTULA SAND 81 GRAVEL Bill Keyes Bob Knisely Fremont, Indiana Fremont, Indiana Phone 2072 Phone 4184 89 'FQ FREMONT EAGLE All Makes of Typewriters Business Machines Sales -Service Representative Adams Typewriter Agency, Incorporated, of Elkhart Compliments of OMCO PLASTIC MOLD Division Overmyer Mold Company, Inc. Fremont, Indiana Compliments of STEUBEN COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Fremont, Indiana Phone 2435 90 BEAMS FURNITURE AND Fremont, Indiana Phone 2915 SNYDER'S HOME SUPPLY Westinghouse Skelgas Culligan Water Softner Fremont, Indiana Phone 2025 91 ECKMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Dry Goods Ready-To-Wear Shoes Fremont, Indiana Phone 2225 fa uf! Yii f AT:.,: , T ESTROY'S GRILL MUNDY'S "66" SERVICE Friendly Atmosphere Good Food Phillips "66" Sz Lee Tires Fremont, Indiana Batteries 8: Accessories 92 X THANKS to these boys from Fremont High S h l f k' th EEATON tg-RIEIIZIEHTROTIT CLUB, INC, Y 0 U R APPLE a reality. THE WORlD'S Ronny Howey LeRoy Siegel Robert McMurray Jim Myers Wendell Cooper Evan Thomas George Rathburn Jim Day Ramon Schaeffer Kenny Smith Ronnie Follett Gayl Doster John Landis EATON CREEK TROUT CLUB, INC. Matthew Beedy, President Raymond H. Clark, Secretary- Treasurer YOURS TO MAKE BITTER OR SWEET GOOD LUCK, SENIORS WOLFE'S GROCERY PHOTOGRAPHIC Gas-Groceries-Meats Lake George Phone 3745 Fremont, Indiana ANGOLA' INDIANA 93 Compliments of L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Gerald Powell James Smock Representatives Premier Heating Air Conditioning Phone 2954 Angola, Indiana MITCHELL LUMBER COMPANY Building Materials, Coal, Seeds 8: Grain Deliveries Made Anywhere Montgomery, Michigan Phone Montgomery, Michigan 40 ll 64 Q I S. A. LIIGAN 81 UIIMPANY GO N s A COM T LINE O OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS WEICHT FUNERAL HOME A SUNRISE DAIRY ANGOLA, INDIANA ANGOLA, INDIANA HON 132 HONE 426 95 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 'I956 JOSEPH AND MARY GOULD BUKNIS Compliments of SAWMILL THE STAR THEATRE Proprietor Ernest Pence Fremont, Indiana Dorothy and Leonard Monn, Owners Fremont, Indiana Phone 3715 XL 2 1 1 u -ig, , - . A , 'FT 5 - . Q A jf'- FRANZ FURNITURE CRYSTAL ROLLER RINK Kinderhook, Michigan Clear Lake, Indiana Ph 40F2 Coldwater John Kuntz, Manager 4 WJ. F lush ....- HARRINGTON BOAT COMPANY Vacel Harrington, Owner Bob Noragon, Manager Lyman Boats Century Boats Thompson Boats Johnson Motors Van Pelt Boats Clear Lake, Fremont, Indiana Phone 2,762 97 Compliments of SUBER and BALLENGER GRADING AND PAVING CONTRACTORS INDIANA TOLL ROAD SECTIONS C-51, 52, 53 '-1 ' 'ms m'rEnNA'rnonAL Fusamxcss. ' olL ' coAL- GAS. FREEBURN'S RAY SHEET METAL INTERNATIONAL FURNACES Virgil Freeburn 8: Sons Ray, Indiana Phone 2078 98 E. B. McNAUGHTON 81 SON FREMONT IMPLEMENT 81 F. B. McNAUGHTON OLDS THE FREMONT HARDWARE E.B. McNaughton, Owner 1 l I :S ' .1 lil'-Q ,W 2 .. , . 9, -., , ,, A fn-1Rf??9f McNAUGHTON OLDS Angola F.B. McNaughton, Owner THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK E.B. McNaughton, President Wayne Sidel, Cashier VISTULA ADVERTISERS f I afx f-741 in The 1956 seniorfdlass ofw,Fi'emont School wishes to thank all those who con tributed money, tiifge, and 'effort in to make our yearbook-4 success, Kiddy Korner Klink Funeral Home Kinsey's Chevrolet Sales Lakeland Radio Supply Lakeside Hotel Leichty's Jewelry Store Lemely Laundry? I Lippincotts Drug Store Lois Greenamyer Main Auto Sport Shop Meyers Dairy Service Millpond Grocery pl' 's Card Roline Kaz . 1 ff Sandy's Drive -In S. F. 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