Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH)
- Class of 1955
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DRAGON r FAIRMONT ' S SCfiAl OOROFiq55 Loyal and True Loyal and True we pledge allegiance to you. This is our motto: " We are one for all, And all for Fairmont High. " Here ' s to our School, and long and high may she rule. For evermore you will find us, Always Loyal and True. Strike Up the Band Strike up the band we pledge ourselves anew. Purple and White for evermore be true. Fairmont High we ' ll always loyal be. And we ' ll fight for victory. Our prayers shall ring across Ohio ' s hills, Let every heart with pride and rapture fill. As we hear the Dragons fighting cry. Colors fly! Do or die! Fairmont High! Battle Cry Fight Dragons down the field. We ' ll win for Fairmont tonight. Drive ' till our rivals yield. And then we won ' t give up the fight. Rah, Rah, Rah. Roll on to victory. As we sound out battle cry. Oh, we ' ll never give in. For we ' re going to win, For Fairmont High! FfCULTY J Administration MR D. L. BARNES Superintendent MR. MAURICE WOCAMAN Pupil Personnel Director MR. RUSSELL WORKING Assistant Pupil Personnel Director MR. J. E. PRASS Assistant Superintendent and Director of Curriculum MISS MARTHA APPLE Cafeteria Supervisor Board of Education Mr, MacFarland. Mr, Moyer. Mr. Eickman, Mr. Ernst. Mr. Krebs. The Board of Education members for the year 1954-1955 are: Chester A. Moyer, president; Cordon F. MacFarland, vice-president; George L. Ernst, clerk-treasurer; Willis E, Eickman and Robert M. Krebs. The greatest part of their work is the coping with the many details in the operation of seven elementary schools. Van Buren Junior High and Fairmont High School. They also worked very hard promoting the school bond levy bill. Since the success- ful passage of the bill, they have been working on the plans for the new, bigger and better, Fairmont High School. Nelson ' s Variety Store Principal and Counselors Richard R. Somers arrived at Fairmont March 4. 1929, as a commercial teacher. Later he became a guidance counselor and in September of 1949 assistant principal. He has been principal at Fair- mont for three years now. During his years at Fairmont. Mr. Somers originated a mimeographed monthly DRAGON, a newspaper in magazine form which was continued over a period of years. Also in the journalistic field he and Miss Hartsock were co-sponsors of the yearbook for several years. Mr. Somers formed the first F. H. S. golf team in 1930. He was advisor of the Photography Club for three years and the Anglers Club for four years. He a ' so was the head of the sophomore class for a number of years. His favorite hobby is photography, but he also enjoys fishing, and many of his summers are spent in Michigan with rod and reel in hand. Mr. Somers is a very familiar figure in and around Fairmont. His affable voice making the morning ' s announcements is one of the many things that Fairmont students will long remember. Mr. Flatter, Kent Dadisman. Howard Flatter is one of the busiest people at Fairmont. He is assistant principal, boys ' counselor and also teaches part of the boys ' personality adjustment classes. While working as assistant principal, he issues boys ' tardy and readmission blanks and takes a personal interest in any- one who becomes seriously ill during the year. As boys ' counselor, he advises the arranging of schedules and helps the seniors, especially, plan for the future. Mr. Flatter is particularly interested in the basic psychology courses given as a part of the personality adjustment classes, but his first love is the chemistry department, which he had to leave two years ago when he took over the duties of assistant principal. He also does a great deal of work for public relations through publi.c speaking in and around Kettering. Phyllis Smart, Mrs. Cithens. Mary Ann Cithens has been a member of the Fairmont faculty only two years, but in that short time she has acquired many duties. She is counselor for the girls and she also teaches a section of the girls ' personality adjust- ment classes. She is the advisor of the Junior Achieve- ment Club which she inaugurated this year, and she took over the sponsorship of the Future Teachers for Miss Warren, who is exchange teaching in France this year. As the girls ' counselor, her office is never empty; there are always tardy blanks to issue, college applications to be filled out, and rdvice being sought by underclassmen. Yet she is never too occupied to beam her familiar smile at anyone entering her door. The Dayton and Xenia Motor Bus Company Faculty ROBERT ALLEN English. . .School Paper RUTH ANDERSON English . . . Personality Adiustment VINCENT ARNOLD Athletic Director. . .Physical Education BARBARA BLACK Commercial HERBERT BURNS Social Studies. . .Assistant Coach E. FRIEND COUSER Social Studies ANNE DAVIDSON Driver Education. . .Physical Education MERRILLA DAVIS Latin . . . Spanish MARCELLE FARGEIX English . . . French JACK FOUTS Head Football Coach. . .Physical Education. . . Personality Adjustment Faculty LEAH FUNCK Dramatics. . English. . .Contest Speech WYLIE GRAHAM Driver Education CLARK HAINES Music Director. . .Band. . .Chorus LELAND HALL Industrial Arts RUTH HEITZMAN Latin . . . English EDMUND HENDERSON Mathematics. . . Industrial Arts FRANCES HOMER English. . .Commercial STEPHAN JUNDANIAN Mathematics RUTH KELLEY Social Studies LAURA KENNEDY English Supervisor. . .English Faculty LAURA MARSHALL Commercial JANE McCALLISTER English . . . Annual CHARLES NOLAN Chemistry. . .Physics LELAND NORRIS Head Basketball Coach. . .Social Studies Physical Education GLADYS POWELL Mathematics DAVID RAYBURN Biology. . .Visual Education Assistant Coach FLORENCE RHODES Commercial JAMES SIMS Social Studies EUGENE SMITH English. . .Speech. . .Debate MARY ANN TURNER Girls ' Athletic Director Physical Education Faculty GEORGE TUTTLE Mathematics RACHEL URICK Art HELEN VOGELSANG Home Economics PAUL WAGNER Biology. . .Mathematics Correspondence Study • Assistant Football and Basketball Coach MIRIAM WILSON Librarian EUGENE WYSONG Physics. . .Aviation LOUIS ZAREMSKI Social Studies FLORENCE BROWN Office Secretary MARTHA WOOD Office Secretary FRANCES HODGES Music Secretary EUNICE KREBS School Nurse 5fcN 0RS CLASS OFFICERS: Ronald Wolf, Secretary; Dale Chandler. Vice-President; Manja Moore, Social Chairman; Robert Emery. President; Warren Webster, Treasurer. The Class of 1955 As we the class of ' 55 look back upon that September morning three years ago when our first eager steps were directed toward Fairmont High School, many fond memories begin to unfold. Our first chance to display many talents was the sophomore assembly. " Stand In For Juliet, " under the able direction of Bill Bass. " Island of Intrigue " was truly enjoyed by the students as the sopho- mores worked hard to make this first dance a success. As our junior ye ar dawned, responsibilities were gradually and continually growing. In addition to the wonderful dance, " Sweetheart Swing, " and assembly, " Americans in Algiers, " was the junior play, " Best Foot Forward, " by J. Cecil Holm. This light-hearted comedy helped to finance the Junior-Senior Banquet which was held the last of May. The climax of the year was the Junior- Senior Prom. It was well worth the effort displayed by everyone. A grand time was had by all. And now our last steps will echo through the halls of Fairmont as our senior year comes to a finale. Activities of our last year will linger in memories for years to come. Among the activities was our humorous comedy, " Pygmalion, " by George Bernard Shaw, We shall remember our last dance, " Toyland Fantasy. " School events come to end with " Record Rhapsody, " our last contribution to Fairmont High School. These three years will never be forgotten. We leave this message to next year ' s students: " Good luck and farewell from the class of ' 55. " Dairy ' O ' DOROTHEA ALEXANDER Transfer Roosevelt, 1954; Y-Teens 3; 4, Junior Achievement CYNTHIA ANDREWS Y-Teens 2, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3. 4; Future Teachers 3. Vice-President. 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 3; French Club 3, 4, Vice- President; G.A.A. 2. 3. 4; Interscholastic Hockey 3; Interscholastic Basketball 2; Interscholastic Baseball 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 3 ; Torch Keystone 4. WAYNE APPLEMAN Tennis 2; National Forensic League 3, 4; Theta Hi-Y 2, 3. 4, Secretary; Operetta 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Spanish Club 2. 3; Intra- mural Sports 2; Class Assembly 2. 3; Red Cross 3; Torch and Keystone 4. JOE ARNOLD Theta Hi-Y 4; Class Assembly 2. SUE BALLOU Torch and Keystone 3, 4; National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2; Class Play 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, Sergeant-at-Arms; G.A.A. 2; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Class Assembly 2. 3; Red Cross 3; Com- mencement Speaker. 4. WILLIAM BASS National Forensic League 3. 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Theta Hi-Y 4; Librarian 3; Class Play 3. 4; Allied Youth 3; French Club 3; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2; Quill and Scroll 4. GEORGE BAYLESS Beta Hi-Y 2. 3; Kappa 4; Hall Monitor 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Class Assembly 3. DON BEATTY Spanish Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 3. DAN BENSON Basketball Statistician 4; Baseball 2. 3; Football Statisti- cian 4; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Hall Monitor 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3. JACK BEREDA Stage Crew 4. MICHAEL BIGGER Theta Hi-Y 2, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2; Latin Club 2, 4; Torch and Keystone 4. CAROL JEAN BILL Golf 4- Y-Teens 2, 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 4; Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Social Chair- man; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 3; Chorus 3, 4; Operetta 3, 4. TOM BLACKBURN Baseball Statistician 3; Gamma Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. Libnarian 4; Movie Operator 4; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 2, 3. GLENNA BLANKENSHIP Transfer Franklin 1952. JOANN BLANKENSHIP Newspaper 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2, SALLY BOHLENDER Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 2. VicePresident, 3, 4; Hall Moni- tor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3. MARTHA BOYD Y-Teens 2 4; Hall Monitor 4; Future Homemakers 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Allied Youth 3. BEVERLY BRADY Y-Teens 2 ' Junior Council on World Affairs 2; Allied Youth 3, 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Interscholastic Hockey 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. PAT BRANDENBURG Alhed Youth 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports JERRY BRANDEWIE Tennis 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Spanish Club 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4. JACK BRINKLEY Baseball 2, 4: Football Manager 3, 4; Annual Staff 4- Beta Hi-Y 2, 3: Hall Monitor 3, 4; Movie Operator 4- Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 3; Science Club 4. BARRY BROWN Debate 4. JUDY BROWNING Y-Teens 4; Variety Show 2. BEVERLY BRUNS Golf 2. National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 Presi- dent; Debate 3, 4; Class Play 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2: Red Cross 3; Science Club 4. CECILE BUCHARD Y-Teens 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4: Allied Youth 2; Spanish Club 3 4- GAA 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 4- ' ' CHARLES BUCKNER Red Cross 2. RONALD BURK Intramural Sports 3. 4. NANCY BURNS National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, Publicity Chair- " r-.J ' A: Secretary; Class Play 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Latin Club 2; French Club 3 4 Secretary; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2 3 Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 3; Torch and Keystone 4. ROBERT BURNS Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3 4 ' Latin Club 2; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4. ' ' DONALD BYRON Newspaper Staff 4; Beta Hi-Y 3; Kappa Hi-Y 4; Debate 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Science Club 3, 4; SUE CARROLL Transfer Blanchester 1953; Y-Teens 3; Allied Youth 4- D , V, ' , ' ' Inte cholastic Hockey 4; Interscholastic Basketball 3, 4; Interscholastic Baseball 3, 4 ' Chorus 3 4 ' Operetta 3.4. ' ' CAROLYN CARTER Hall Monitor 2, 3; Allied Youth 2, 3 4- Junior Achieve- ment 4. SCOTT CENCEBAUGH Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Chorus 4. GARY CHAFFINS Transfer Gavette, Kentucky 1953; Intramural Sports 4. HOWARD CHAIN Delta Hi-Y 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 2; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4. DALE CHANDLER Band 2 3: Latin Club 3. Vice-President, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Class Officer 3, Vice-President. 4, Vice- President; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 4 DORA CLARK Orchestra 2, 3. 4; Operetta 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Allied Youth 2; Latin Club 2; French Club 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2. 3; Library Com- mittee 3; Torch and Keystone 4. DOROTHY COLBURN Tennis 2, 3, 4; Torch and Keystone 3. 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 3. 4; Y-Teens 2; Future Teachers 3. 4. President; Allied Youth 3-Program Chairman. 4-Vice- President ; Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3-Secretary, 4-Sec- retary ; G.A.A. 2, 3,-Sergeant-at-Arms. 4-President; In- tramural Captain 3; Interscholastic Hockey 2. 3, 4; Inter- scholastic Basketball 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4. CWEN COLE Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 2. 3. 4; Librarian 2, 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Latin Club 2: G.A.A. 2; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 4. SUE COLVARD Golf 2; Y-Teens 2, 3; Hall Monitor 3. 4; Band 2: Future Teachers 3. 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Class Assembly 2. 3 ; Red Cross 3. JAMES COMBS Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4. Red Cross 4. BARBARA COMSTOCK Y-Teens 2. 4; Hall Monitor 4; Allied Youth 3; Spanish Club 4; G.A.A. 2; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 2. OSCAR CONVILLE Theta Hi-Y 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4. BETH COONS Y-Teens 2. 4; Hall Monitor 3; Band 2. 3, 4; Future Teachers 4: Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 3; Intramural Sports 3; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 4: Torch and Keystone 4. BEVERLY ANN COONS Y-Teens 2, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 3; Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Class Assembly 2, 3. DAVID COOPER Transfer Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, 1954; Golf 4; Spanish Club 4; Treasurer; Science Club 4; Torch and Keystone 4. JAMES COPPOCK Photography Club 3. 4. ROBERT CRAGCS Track 3, 4; Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 2; Science Club 4. SPENCER CROV E Allied Youth 4, BARBARA CUSTER Allied Youth 2, Treasurer, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A. 2 3 4; Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4. LUCIEN DABROV SKI Newspaper Staff 2, 4; Photography Club 3, Treasurer. KENT DADISMAN Baseball 2, 3, 4; National Forensic League 3, 4, Vice- Pre ' ident; Annual Staff 4; Alpha Hi-Y 2. 3. Secretary; Sigma Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 3; Debate 3, 4; Librarian 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Spanish Club 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. DONALD DEAN French Club 4; Intramural Sports 2. PAMELA DEAN— RESET IN 42 CAPS Transfer Middletown. 1953; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Science Club 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Junior Assem- bly 3; Orchestra 4; Golf 3. LINDA DeHAVEN Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Future Homemakers 2; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 2. ROBERT DETRICK Football 3, 4; Track 3; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Class Assem- bly 2. DONALD DeWITT Latin Club 2. ROBIN DICKEY Spanish Club 2. 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 4- Science Club 4; Torch and Keystone 4. JOYCELYN DONAVAN Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 4; Latin Club 2; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 2. ROBERT DOUGLAS Basketball 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Assembly Committee 2; Delta Hi-Y 2, 3; Class Play 3, 4; Movie Operator 4; Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3 4- Class Assembly 2, 3. PAUL DRAKE Track 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Stage Hand 2, 3, 4. SHELIA DuMONT Golf 3; Annual Staff 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4- Variety Show 2: Junior Council on World Affairs 4- Allied Youth 2; French Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2, 3. DONALD EDWARDS Track 3, 4; Gamma Hi-Y 3; Intramural Sports 3. LARRY ECCLESTON Baseball Manager 4. LINDA EKBERC Golf 2, 3; Torch and Keystone 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4 Editor; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4: Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 4. ROBERT EMERY Tennis 3, 4; Torch and Keystone 3, 4; Student Council 4- Beta Hi-Y 3; Theta Hi-Y 4, President; Band 3 ' Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Latin Club 2; French Club 3 4; Intramural Sports 3; Class Officers 4, President; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Commencement Speaker 4. JOANN ERNST Y-Teens 2. 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Band 2 3 4 ' Allied Youth 2; French Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Class Assembly 3. CONSTANCE FABER Golf 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Rhythmettes 2. 3; Variety Show 2; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 2, 3, Secretary 4; Latin Club 2, 3, President; G.A.A. 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2, 3. 4; Quill and Scroll 4. JOE FARREN Baseball 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4- Bowling 3. 4. DeMARIS FETTERS Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2; Junior Achieve- ment 4. JAMES FISHER Basketball 3. RICHARD FOLKERTH Football 3. 4; Alpha Hi-Y 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4. FREDERICK FOSKUHL Spanish Club 2, 3. CAROL FOWLER Y-Teens 2, Allied Youth 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2, 3; Operetta 4. CLARIS FRYE Latin Club 2; Photography Club 4, Secretary and Treasurer. NANCY FULS Hall Monitor 2; Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2; Red Cross 2, 3. 4; Chorus 4; Operetta 4. CEORCINA GALLOWAY Transfer Northridge 1953; Y-Teens 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Intramural Sports 3. SHIRLEY GARRETT Golf 3; Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4; Inter- scholastic Basketball 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; interscholastic Baseball 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4. PAULA GAY Annual Staff 4: Y-Teens 2, 3: Librarian 2, 3: Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Interscholastic Hockey 2; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Red Cross 3. GARY GEOECE Spanish Club 2. 3: Intramural Sports 3. THOMAS GERHARDT Band 2. JACK GILMORE FRANCES GLOVER Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 2. 3; Social Chairman; 4. Service Chairman; Hall Monitor 4; Band 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4. G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports , 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3. THOMAS GRAHAM Transfer Fort Wayne. Indiana. 1954; Gamma Hi-Y 4; Stage Hand 3. RICHARD GRANT Track 2, 3, 4; Movie Operator 3; Science Club 4. Intramural Sports 3, 4; ADA GRIESER Golf 2, 3, 4; Band 2. 3; Future Teachers 2, 3. 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 3; Science Club 4; Torch and Keystone 4. SAM HALL Track 2. 3. 4; Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2. WILMA HAMMOCK Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3. 4. DORETTA HARBISON Y-Teens 2. 3; Secretary, 4; Hall Monitor 4; French Club 3, 4; G.A.A, 2, 3; Class Assembly 2. SHARON HARLESS Annual Staff 4 : Assemble Committee 3 : Student Council 2 ; Y-Teens 2, 3; Hall Monitor 2; Rhythmettes 2, 3; Variety Show 2; Class Play 3; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 3, ELAINE HARMON Annual Staff 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer; Hall Monitor 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 2, 4; Class Assembly JEANNETTE HASTINGS Y-Teens 3; Rhythmettes 3. 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 2. 4: Spanish Club 2, Treasurer 3; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Vice-President; Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4; Interscholastic Softball 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Operetta 3. RUTH HAYBRON Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3, 4. JANIS HAZENFIELD Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Treasurer; Student Council 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer; Y-Teens 3; Hall Monitor 4; Rhythmettes 2; Variety Show 2; Operetta 3. 4; Class Play 4; Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2; Class Officer 2, President; Class Assembly 2, 3. SHELVA JEAN HERBST Transfer Jacksonville Trimble High School; Intramural Sports 3. BILL HILTY Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2. 3, 4; Torch and Keystone 3. 4; Student Council 4, President; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, President, 4 Treasurer; Hall Monitor 3; Class Officer 3. President; Class Assembly 3. MARILEE NIPPLE Y-Teens 3, 4; Allied Youth 2; French Club 3. 4; G.A.A, 4; Class Assembly 3; Jr. Red Cross 4. HOWARD HIRTH Alpha Hi-Y 2; Hall Monitor 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Class Assembly 3. JUDY HOCKEY Y-Teens 2. 3, 4; Hall Monitor 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2; Red Cross 2, 4; Cafeteria 2. SALLY HOLLOWAY Transfer Fairview 1953; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 2, 3; G,A.A, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2; Operetta 3. 4. ROBERT HOPPE Basketball 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4; Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3. 4; Intramural Sports 4; Class Assembly 2; Red Cross 4, BETTYE HOUSE Y-Teens 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; G,A,A, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, PAUL HUDSON Science Club 3; Red Coss 4; Beta Hi-Y 3, NANCY HUFFAKER Transfer Kiser 1953; Allied Youth 3, Chorus 3, 4; Op- eretta 3, 4. MARY HUNDT Y-Teens 2; Hall Monitor 4; Allied Youth 3. 4; Class Assembly 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, KAY HUNTER Y-Teens 2, 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; G.A.A, 2. 4; sembly 2. 3; Red Cross 4, CAROLYN JACOBS Y-Teens 2, 4; Allied Youth 3; Class As- Class Assembly 2, 3. HARRY JEFFREY Football 3, 4; Track 3; Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain; lunior Council on World Affairs 3, 4. President; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 3. 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Class Assembly 3; Science Club 4; Junior Red Cross 3; Torch and Keystone 4, DAVID JOHNSON Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3: Delta Hi-Y 4, Sergeant-at-Arms; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Class Assembly 3; Science Club 3. 4; Red Cross 3. RICHARD JOHNSON Variety Show 2; Chorus 2. 4. PATRICIA JOLLAY National Forensic League 3; Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 3. 4; Hall Monitor 3; Class Play 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Allied Youth 4; Latin Club 2. Treasurer; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Interscholastic Baseball 3, 4; Class Officer 3. Treasurer: Cheerleader 2. 3. 4. Captain; Class Assembly 2. CHARLENE JONES Allied Youth 2. 3. 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3. HELEN JONES Tennis 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Inter- scholastic Basketball 2; Interscholastic Hockey 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Class Assembly 2. LA VENA JONES Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3. 4. PATRICIA JOY Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3: Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Allied Youth 2; French Club 2. 3 Secretary; G.A.A. 2. 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Class Assembly 3; Photography Club 3. 4. President; Torch and Keystone 4; Quill and Scroll 4. BERNARD JUMP Basketball 2; Golf 2, 3. 4; National Forensic League 3, 4; Gamma Hi-Y 2. 3, 4; Class Play 3; Latin Club 3; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Class Assembly 3. Torch and Key- stone 4. ANDY KARRAS Transfer Oakwood 1954. JAMES KARRAS Transfer Oakwood 1954; Hi-Y 4. Junior Achievement 4; Kappa JANET KELLY Y-Teens 3. 4; Future Teachers 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; French Club 3. 4; G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 4; Junior Assembly 3. DEANNA KENNARD Transfer Centerville 1954; Intramural Sports 4. Y-Teens 4; Band 4. G.A.A. 4; SHIRLENE KENNEY Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Junior Red Cross 2. I AURA KIDDER Transfer Wayne 1952. MEVEDA RAYE KINCER Transfer Wayland High 1953; Y-Teens 3; Allied Youth 4. Librarian 3. 4. Stage Crew 4; HERBERT KING Baseball Manager 2; Spanish Club 2. 3. EVELYN KNOX Transfer Garfield 1954; Newspaper Staff 4; Y-Teens 4; Chorus 4; Quill and Scroll 4. KARLE KOERBLING Delta Hi-Y 4; Alpha Hi-Y 2. 3; Class Assembly 2; Junior Achievement 4. ROBERT KRAMER Golf 2. 3, 4; Delta Hi-Y 2. 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Spanish Club 3; Class Assembly 2, 3. THOMAS KRAMER Football 3, 4; Track 2, tramural Sports 2. JOHN KURPE Baseball 4; Delta Hi-Y 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; 3; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; In- Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. NANCY LANCE Tennis 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4; Y-Teens 3; Band 2, 3; Allied Youth 2; French Club 2, Treasurer 3; G.A.A. 2; Science Club 3. Vice-President 4; Photographer Club 4; Orchestra 3. 4. JOAN LA RUE Transfer Waynesviile 1954; Y-Teens 4; Band 4; G.A.A. 4; Interscholastic Basketball 4; Intramural Sports 4. LEE ANN LEICHTY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 4. JON LEWIS Torch and Keystone 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, Vice-President 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4, President. PAT LITTLE Transfer Julienne High School 1953; Y-Teens 3, 4. RACHEL LOFTIS Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3, Junior Red Cross 2. 4; Intramural Sports 2; SHARON LONG Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3: Intramural Sports 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Cafeteria 2. 3. MARJORIE LYONS Newspaper Staff 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth 3, 4; G.A.A. 4: Interscholastic Basketball 2. 3. 4; Intrascholastic Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4: Clinic Girl 4. JAMES MACRUDER Hall Monitor 2; Allied Youth 3; Latin Club 2; Junior Red Cross 2, 3. CERALD MAHLER Transfer Fairview 1952; Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 3; Sigma Hi-Y 4 Chaplain; Hall Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 3; Operetta 3, 4. CHARLES MALONEY Football 3; Track 2; Variety Show 2; Allied Youth 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 2. BETTY MARCETTS Transfer Stivers 1953; Y-Teens 4; Operetta 3. 4; Class Assembly 3; Chorus 3, 4; Torch and Keystone 4. LEE MARSHALL Tennis 3; Theta Hi-Y 3. 4 Treasurer; Band 2. 3. 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Intramural Sports 3; Class Assembly 3. CREC McAFEE Transfer Belmont 1952; Basketball 2. 3; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 3; Sigma Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4; Class Assembly 2. ROBERT McCLOSKY Transfer Fairview 1954. PATRICIA McFARLAND Transfer Wilber Wright, 1954; Y-Teens 4. JOANN McCATHA Y-Teens 3. 4, CARL McCOWAN Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. National Forensic League 2; Debate 2; Librarian 4; Class Play 3; Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3; Torch and Keystone 4. STEWART MERCHANT National Forensic League 2. 3. 4; Beta Hi-Y 3; Kappa Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4; Debate 2. 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class As- sembly 3. SHARON MEYERS Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 3; Hall Monitor 3; Rhythmettes 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 2; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 2; Operetta 3. JOHN MILKEREIT Theta Hi-Y 4, Vice-President; Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, Sergeant Band 2 3 Variety Show 2; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 4; Bookstore 3. 4; Torch and Keystone 4. SHELBA MILLER Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3, 4. WILLIAM MILLER Track 2, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. DEE ANN MILTENBERCER Torch and Keystone 3. 4; National Forensic League 3, 4 Secretary and Treasurer; Annaul Staff 4, Business Man- ager Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman; Debate 3. 4 lunior Council on World Affairs 3, Vice President 4 Spanish Club 2. 3; G.A.A. 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3 Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 4 MARLENE MINZLER Y-Teens 4; Allied Youth 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 4. SHARON MISH Girls Golf 2 3, National Forensic League 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2 3; Annual Staff 4, Senior Editor; Y-Teens 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 4: Hall Monitor 3; Rhythmettes 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3; Class Play 3. 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Class Assembly 3; Quill and Scroll 4. JOHN MOORE Baseball 2, 3. 4. 2. 3, 4. Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4; Intramural Sports MANJA MOORE student Council 2; Y-Teens 2. 3, 4, Devotions Chairman; Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Cadet Captain; Variety Show 2. 3; Class Play 3 4 Future Teachers 2; Class Officer 4, Social Chairman; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2; National Forensic League 4. JOSEPH MOSES , , . . . Basketball 2. 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 3; Student Council 3; Gamma Hi-Y 2; Librarian 4; Allied Youth 3. 4; Intramural Sports 4; Class Officer 2, Vice President. JAMES MULVANEY Torch and Keystone 3, 4; National Forensic League 3, 4, President Gamma Hi-Y 2. 3 Treasurer. 4 Sergeant-at- Arms ' Class Play 3, 4; French Club 3 Treasurer, 4; In- tramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Commence- ment Speaker 4. VIRGINIA NAYLOR Transfer Fairview 1954; Y-Teens 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; G.A.A. 4; Red Cross 4. DANIEL NEER , Tennis 2 3 4; National Forensic League 3. 4; Kappa Hi-Y 4 Vice President; Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2- Class Play 3. 4; Spanish Club 3; Intramural Sports 3; Class Assembly 2, 3; Science Club 3; Hi-Y 2. 3. Beta DORIS NEWBERRY Y-Teens 2. Devotions Chairman; Allied Youth 3, 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2. MARY NORRIS Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3. ELMER OCC Basketball 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3; Sigma Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Class Officer 2, Social Chairman; Class Assembly 2. 3: Red Cross 3. 4 Treasurer. BEVERLY OLDHAM Transfer Gettysburg, Ohio 1954; Y-Teens 4. SUE OLDHAM Transfer Fairview 1953; Y-Teens 3. 4 Program Chairman; Future Teachers 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Class Assembly 3; Science Club 4; Torch and Keystone 4. MARY JANE OOSTINC Y-Teens 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Orchestra 3. 4: Allied Youth 2; Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2. 3; Science Club 3. 4. Secretary; Op- eretta 3. 4, SUZANNE OVERHOLSER Y-Teens 4, G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. ROBERT OXLEY Basketball 2. 3; Baseball 2. 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3; Librarian 4; Allied Youth 4. CHARLOTTE PERRY Transfer Xenia Central 1954; Annual Staff 4; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 4; Quill and Scroll 4. EMERSON PHILLIPS IntramurdI Sports 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM POOL Basketball Manager 3; Football 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Sigma Hi-Y 2. 3, Treasurer. 4; Hall Monitor 3; Librarian 3; Movie Operator 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Class Assembly 2, 3; Red Cross 2. JACK PRISER Torch and Keystone 3, 4; Beta Hi-Y 2, 3; Theta Hi-Y 4, Sergeant-af-Arms; Band 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; French Club 3, 4; intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Officer 3, Secretary; Class Assembly 3. VIOLA MAE RAINE Transfer Worthington, Ohio 3. 4. 1953; Y-Teens 4; Chorus DIANA REED Coif 2. 3. 4; Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Secretary; Annual Staff 4. Editor; Assembly Committee 4; Student Council 4; Y-Teens 2. Secretary, 3 President, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4, Treasurer; Spanish Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, Joint Secretary 4; Interscholastic Basketball 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Class Assembly 2. 3; National Forensic League 4; Quill and Scroll 4. DONALD REIGELSPERCER Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sirorts 3, 4. JOHN REINIGER Tennis 2, 3, 4; National Forensic League 4; Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2. 3. LYNN RICHARDS Golf 3; Newspaper Staff 4: Hall Monitor 4; Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 2, 3. MARCIA RIFE Golf 2; Newspaper Staff 2. 3; Y-Teens 2, 3; Hall Monitor 4; Rhythmettes 2, 3; Variety Shew 2; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 2. 4; Class Assembly 2, 3. WILLIAM RIFFEL Basketball 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3 ,4; Red Cross 2, 3. JOAN ROBINSON CAROL ROSENHACEN Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3. 4; G.A.A. 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3. NORMAN ROUSH Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2. 3. 4; Football 2. 3, paper Staff 4: Student Council 2: Delta Hi-Y lain. 4 Vice President Quill and Scroll 4. 4; New s- . 3 Chap- Class Assembly 2: Red Cross 3; HELEN SALYERS Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3. 4; Intramural Sports 2. BEN SAMPSON Gamma Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, Vice President; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on Vv ' orld Affairs 4; French Club 2, 3; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 3. 4. COLEEN SCHAEFER Transfer Julienne 1952; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2; Class As- sembly 2; Red Cross 2. MOLLY SCHIEVE Y-Teens 2; Hall Monitor 3: Band 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Intramural Sports 2. PAULINE SCHWELLER Y-Teens 3. 4; Hall Monitor 2; Allied Youth 2; Spanish Club 2; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4. MARY SCHWIETERMAN Annual Staff 4: Y-Teens 2, 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Latin Club 2; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 2. 3. WILLIAM SCHWINN Newspaper Staff 4; Beta Hi-Y 2, 3; Kappa Hi-Y 4; Librar- ian 3 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Class Assembly 3; Science Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4. EDWIN SENSENBAUCH Football 2. 3, 4; Track 2. 3; Gamma Hi-Y 2; Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Class Assembly 3. WILLIAM SEYBERT Football 3; Track 2; Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3; Delta Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Class As- sembly 2; Science Club 4. JOY SHAWHAN Transfer Hollywood. California 1954; Golf 2; National Forensic League 2; Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 2. 4: Future Teachers 4; Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 4; Class Assembly 2; Torch and Keystone 4. SHIRLENE SHUMAKER Band 2. 3. 4; Allied Youth 2. 3. 4; G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 2; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 4. NORMA SIMPSON Y-Teens 2; Variety Show 2: Allied Youth 3. 4; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 2; Operetta 3. 4. ROBERT SIMS Baseball 3. 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4. MARILYN SINE Allied Youth 3. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Hall Monitor 3. PECCY SMALES Y-Teens 2. 3. 4. Vice President; Hall Monitor 4; Band 2 3; Class Play 3. 4; Future Teachers 3. 4, Treasurer; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; French Club 3. 4; G.A.A. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Class Assembly 2 3 ; Torch and Keystone 4. PHYLLIS SMART Y-Teens 2. 3 Service Chairman. 4; Band 2; Variety Show 4; G.A.A. 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Chorus 4; Library 4. DAVID SMITH Transfer Pelham Memorial High School 1953; National Forensic League 4; Kappa Hi-Y 3. 4; Debate 4; Band 3, 4: Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Class Assembly 3; Torch and Keystone 4; Commencement Speaker 4. ROSS SMITH Kappa Hi-Y 3, 4; Science Club 3. SALLY SMITH Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Intramural Sports 2. STEVE SMITH Beta Hi-Y 2, 3; Theta Hi-Y 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2; Future Teachers 4, Vice President; Latin Club 4. President; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 3. VIOLET SNYDER National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; Debate 3; Allied Youth 3. 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Red Cross 2. MICHAEL SPAHR Transfer Muncie. Indiana 1952; Golf 2, 4; Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4. CUYNETH SPARKS National Forensic League 3. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3 Program Chairman. 4; Debate 2; G.A.A. 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2, 3. PAUL STAUP Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Movie Operator 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 3. RICHARD STAUTER Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. JUDY STERNETT Transfer Detroit, Michigan 1953; Y-Teens 2, 3; Youth 4. French Club 3. BEVERLY STEVENSON Y-Teens 2; Hall Monitor 4; Debate 3; Band 2. 3, 4; Youth 3. 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, Class Assembly 3. Allied Allied 3, 4; SUZANNE 5TICKEL Transfer Roosevelt 1954; Torch and Keystone 3, 4; Y-Teens 4. Future Teachers 4. JUNE STOESSEL Y-Teens 3; Allied Youth 2. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Operetta 4. JANET ARLENE STRAIN Y-Teens 2. 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3. JERRY STRETHORST Hall Monitor 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Beta Hi-Y 3. KATHIE SWALLEN Transfer Phoenix. Arizona 1954; Y-Teens 4, LAN! TAYLOR National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 3; Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3; Variety Show 2, 3; Class Play 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Allied Youth 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Interscholastic Baseball 2; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Class Assembly 3; Commencement Speaker 4. DONNA THOMAS Y-Teens 2, 4; Allied Youth 3; Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Interscholastic Basketball 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 2; Operetta 4. ERNIE THOMS Football 2, 3, 4, Captain; Track 2. 3. 4; Student Council 4; Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3; Movie Operator 2. 3; Allied Youth 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4; Class Assembly 3. RONALD TOBIAS Torch and Keystone 3, 4. President; Band 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; French Club 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Class Assembly 3. BARBARA TROBRIDCE Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3. MARLENE WEIDNER Newspaper Staff 3; Variety Show 2; Intramural Sports 4; Red Cross 4; Chorus 2, 4; Operetta 4. SUSAN VORNDRAN Y-Teens 2 Treasurer, 3; Hall Monitor 3; Rhythmettes 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Class Play 3; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Allied Youth 4; Class Assembly 2: Red Cross 2, 3, 4. DAVID WAGNER Football 3. 4; Track 2. 3, 4; Gamma Hi-Y 2; Librarian 2: Bookstore 3; Movie Operator 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Alpha Hi-Y 3. CLARENCE WAKER Stage Hand 4. LOIS WASSON Band 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly 3. WARREN WEBSTER Track 2, 3, 4; Gamma Hi-Y 2. 3, Vice President 4 Presi- dent; Bank 2, 3; Class Officer 2 Treasurer, 4 Treasurer; Class Assembly 2, 3. MARLENE VECOVI Allied Youth 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3. 4; Interscholastic Basket- ball 3, 4; Interscholastic Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY WELDE Basketball 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Captain- Student Council 3; Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3; Sigma Hi-Y 4, Presi- dent: Band 2, 3, 4; Movie Operator 4; French Club 2. 3; Class Officer 2, Secretary; Class Assembly 3. PAUL WELLS Golf 2, 3, 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4. BARBARA WERNER Torch and Keystone 3, 4; National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, Vice President 4 President; Hall Monitor 4; Class Play 3, 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Frenc h Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Sports 2. 3, 4; Class Assembly 3; Red Cross 2; Science Club 4; Commencement Speaker 4. WILLIAM WEST Transfer Stivers 1953; Gamma Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 4; Intramural Sports 4; Science Club 3, 4. BETTE WHEELER Annual Staff 4; Y-Teens 2; Rhythemettes 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Allied Youth 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Intra- mural Sports 2. 3. 4; Red Cross 3; Operetta 4. KARLA WILDASON Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 4: Class Assembly 3: Red Cross 3; Operetta 3. LARRY WILEY Transfer Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1954; Kappa Hi-Y 4. aj ' i ALMA WILLIAMS JACQUELINE WILSON Transfer Wilber Wright 1952; National Forensic League 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; Class Play 3, 4; Allied Youth 3; Spanish Club 3. 4; 6. A. A. 2, 3. 4 Secretary and Treasurer; Inter- icholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4. JOSEPH WINE Track 3. 4; Kappa Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 3. 4; Band 2. 3; Class Play 4; Junior Council on World Affairs 3; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Class Assembly 3; Torch and Keystone 4. RONALD WOLF Transfer Belmont 1952; Basketball 2; Torch and Key- stone 3, 4: Gamma Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4; Junior Coun- cil on World Affairs 4; Latin Club 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Class Officer 3. Social Chairman, 4 Secretary; Science Club 4. DONALD WRIGHT Football 2, 3. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Sigma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Movie Operator 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Class Assembly 3. LORETTA WRIGHT Librarian 3; Variety Show eretta 2. 3. ARLEEN WYKOFF Y-Teens 2; Allied Youth 3, 3; Allied Youth 2, 3; Op- CAMERA SHY SENIORS KENNETH BRITTON Stage Crew 3. 4; Movie Operator 2, 3. 4. HOWARD COMBS Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4. THOMAS DIEKER cusses CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Hall, Vice-President; Judy Friedly, Secretary; Lee Tussing, President; Carol Roach, Social Chair- man; Ted McClanahan, Treasurer. The Junior Class The juniors began the year with a bang when they presented their annual dance, " Cupids Capers. " held in the cafeteria on February 19, 1955, with Marshall Reed supplying the music. A dazzling array of fiery red hearts could be seen among Cupid and his bow and arrow floating through the air. The next great event was their junior play. " Charlie ' s Aunt " under the direction of Miss Funck. The leads in the play were John Goetcheus, Lee Tussing, Karen Corsaw and Pat Kinkade. It was held in the auditorium on March 25 and 26. For the last two and most important events of the year, the juniors were hosts to the seniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet held on May 14 and the prom which was held on May 20. This was the first in the history of Fairmont that the prom was taken outside of the school. This was due to the large number of juniors and seniors. It was decided that it would be held at the Miami Hotel. Congratulations to the juniors for a successful year, and lots of luck to them as next year ' s seniors. Village Delicatessan Juniors ROW 1 : Naoma Boggs, Judy Akers, Annie Adkins, Dorothy Beasley, Jean Bolen, Jonell Aydelott. . . . ROW 2: Carol Bainter, Mary Sue Adamson, Lynne Boyles, Sandy Bleke, Sharon Armstrong, Jane Blackburn, Evelyn Boyer, Ann Barrows. ROW 3; Jim Allen, Shirley Besinger, Carol Brokschmidt, Terry Bard, Pat Beck, Elizabeth Ackerman, Carol Augsburger, Ruth Ann Alexander, Jim Becker. . . . ROW 4: Larry Albery, Robert Bollinger, Bob Allen, Bob Albright, Sid Adkins, Dick Bennett, Harold Auerhammer, Jan Ankeney, Phil Barton. ROW 1 : Joan DeHaven, Lois Bryant, Peggy Chapin, Sally Brownell, Sharon Bunger, Virginia DeWinter, Beulah Cate. . . . ROW 2: Nancy Eby, Wanda Chynoweth, Cay Coleman, Jayna Dawley, Carol Cashour, Joy Cook, Karen Corsaw. . . . ROW 3; Mike Cubbage, Jack Catalano. James Constable, Reg Dixon, Tom Cavey, Bob Cyester, Bob Bryant, Steve Combs. . . . ROW 4: Jack Custer, Les Cyphers, George Darling, Harold Conrad, Phillip Brust, Bob Colburn, Ron Braun, Gary Clark, Jim Cartmell. Juniors ROW 1: Jerry Ennis, Dellene Dunn, Nancy Fletcher, Danielle Dunning, Georgia George, Deanna Fly. . . . ROW 2: Bobbie Gillespie, Helen Englehart, Sandra Colwell, Gay Franklin, Cherie Dusseau, Judy Friedly. . . . ROW 3: Omer Foley, Donna Gaines, Nancy Doll, Pat Dunham, Judy Fauver, Carol Dexter, Norman Gau. . . .ROW 4: Ronnie Frank, Dick Dixon, Dolle, Noel Eichenlaub, Herb Desch, Lynd Forguson, Jon Fisher, Steve Ellis, Joseph Elson. Jerry ROW 1: Sondra Greer, Saundra Griffith, Martha Early, Jo Flee, Judy Gray, Marianna Giffin, Bonny Harry. . . . ROW 2: Carole Hanshaw, Mary Hockett, Susan Guess, Jackie Hawkins, Esther Hergo, Elaine Haywood, Linda Grice. . . . ROW 3: John Goetcheus, Dick Hersh, Jim Graham, Marcia Gillett, Carlene Golub, Barbara Hattery, Charlene Dills, Ed Harbison, Carney Gray. . . . ROW 4: )oe Guth, Jack Henry, Jerry Heckerman, Jerry Hale, Roger Herrick, John Himes, Jim Hines! Junior Hammock, Dave Greenlee. Juniors ROW 1 : Ruby Jackson. Joyce Kramer, Gloria Jackson, Ruth Ann Hays, Nancy Kemp, Judy King, Beverly Jones, Nancy Kersey. . . . ROW 2; Sharon Lane, Carol Hogue, Shirley Jacobs, Rati Kincade, Judy Ireland, Janie Johnson, Julie Heyer, Dorothy John, Barbara )odry, Lynda Irvin. . . . ROW 3: David Lehman, Jim Hoffman, Lester Lamb, Jerry Kepler, Cene Klippel, Gerald C. Jenkins, Paul Hoerner, Allen Huntington, Hilary House, David Karavish, Don Leedom, Fred Ketteman. ROW 1 : Marilyn Miller. Pam Miller, Jan Metzger. Dolores Lewis. Betsy McConoughey. Donna Morris, Diana Morgan, Elaine Metezler, Eileen Michael. Myrna Litsey. . . . ROW 2; Bob Morris, |oe Mercer, Barbara Marvin, Barbara Miles, Barbara McKandles, Barbara Low, Sharon McGowan, Barbara Mann, Dennis Erickson, Daryl Long. . . , ROW 3: Bob Miller, Mike Manny, Walt Lehman, John Lorimer, John McDonald, Norton McCiffin, Ted McClarahan. Reed Madden, Bob McGowan, Tom Loper, Jim McCune, Tom Miller, Bob Minnish. D and C Transportation Juniors ROW 1 ; Marlene Nolan, Alverda Phillips, Sandra Nagel, Marilyn Moyer, Barbara Richards, Carol Rickard, Jeanne North, Deanne Patterson, Eileen Nickel, Orlene Nickel. . , . ROW 2: Larry Muller, Doris Rader, Bev Rensch, Marcia Reid, Mariann Neilson. Ruth Ann Rugh, Patricia Perdue, Beverly Perry, Dorothy Newberry, Pat Nordenbrock, Rebecca Prather, Robert Perkins. . . . ROW 3: Brainard Piatt, Bob Potter, William Roetter, Bob Prather, Russ Planck, Ralph Norris, Dave Newton, Tom Price. Louie Orndorf, Harry Pelphery, Bob Park. Tom Olt. ROW I : Carol Roach, Margie Schlater, Carolyn Sensenbaugh, Marilyn Sensenbaugh, Rita Roeckner, Kay Seger. . . . ROW 2: Lois Romer, Judy Shroyer, Janice Roberts, Pat Schimer, Christine Schaefer, Jean Roades, Donna Shaneyfelt, Nancy Rueschoff. ROW 3: Bill Skaggs, Dallas Roller, Tom Robbins, John Sieber, Richard Shroder, Jon Ruckstuhl, Ned Rosenquist, Sam Shafer, Ronald Rogers. . . . ROW 4: Tom Round, Jim Sandy, Raymond Ryan, Dick Sheldon, Don Smith, Bob Robertson. Jim Smith, Jim Ross, Paul Roepken, Tim Sims. Juniors ROW 1 : Ruth Stephenson, Beverly Spiller, Nancee Touhey, Doris Taylor. Maureen Stewart, Rosie Vacchiano. . . . ROW 2: Pat Sorah, Joan Staup, Maurine Teague, Nancy Steberl, Ruth Ann Steineke, Kay Smith, Ann Strachan. . . . ROW 3: Ronnie Smith, Charles Thurman, Bill Thompson, Lee Tussing, Don Thuma, Don Thompson. . . . ROW 4: Mike Smith, Jim Tate, Jim W. Smith, Glenn Stephens, Bob Snyder, Dale Spicker, Jim Steinbarger, Jim Spettel. r I M j» " 4 ROW 1 : Joyce Woodard, Beverly Weaver, Cindy Vosler, Pat Ward, Betty Weber, Nancy Winters. Barbara Young. . . . ROW 2: Sharon Wetz. Charlotte Wyatt, Loretta Whittington. Sue Wagner, Karen Wicklund, Jane Ann Wagner, JoAnn Zeisler. . . . ROW 3: Bob Wade, Jack Wells, Bob Wright, )im Woodward, Dick Vance, Dwight Whipp, Lloyd Woodruff. ROW 4; Ralph Wimm, Jim Woodard, Jim Vaughan, Bill Zimmerman. Arlan Whitten. Jim Webb, Tom Wright. Class Officers: Margaret Halderman, Secretary; Jane Woodard, Social Chairman; Dennis Hannaghan, Treasurer; John Vorndran, President; Ken DeHaven, Vice-President. The Class of ' 57 On September 8, 1954, the halls were full of scared but excited sophomores. They received their schedules and wandered all over the building until they were rescued by some proud upper classmen. Johnny Vorndran, a vivacious and handsome young gentleman, headed the largest class of sophomores that has ever attended Fairmont High School. The sophomores didn ' t have a chance to show their talent until the popular " Block F " came into existence. This gave the class of ' 57 an opporunity to exhibit their loyalty. This was one thing of which the whole student body could be proud. In the spring they put forth their biggest effort in entertaining the upper classmen. They could be seen putting up signs and lavish decorations for their annual spring dance. At the end of the school year their heads were bubbling with new ideas getting ready for their picnic. This consisted of choosing a place to spend the day and saying good bye to the sophomores and saying hello to the new juniors. The graduating class of ' 55 wishes next year ' s juniors the best of luck. San Rae Beauty Salon Sophomores ROW 1 : Sandy Archer, Wanda Bollinger, Phyllis Addison, Maralee Bordewisch, Christina Baer. Judy Backus. . . . ROW 2: Barbara Benson, Maureen Barrett, Audrey Atkins, Ann Barr, Shirley Blank, Judy Anderson, Peggy Bond. . . . ROW 3: Harold Adkins. Bill Baker, Gladys Bartleft, Marilyn Bollinger, Mary Anna Berner, Janet Ballantyne, Nancy Bennett, Suzanne Becker, Michael Bootes. . . . ROW 4: Jim Andrews, Paul Baker. Philip Bauser, Warren Benner. Tom Blake, Tom Baldwin, Gene Angel, John Austin. ROW I : Loretta Collins, Beverly Bussell, Joyce Dieterle, Jerry Brown, Mary Jo Burkhardt, Mary Dabrowski, Judy Bowling, Deann Decker. . . . ROW 2: Pat Buchard, Linda Buck, Joy Conover, Ann Correll, Pat Brown, Shirley Buehler, Carol Braden, Pat Bow. . . . ROW 3: Joan Cotterman, Noel Cost, Doug Browning, Larry Ball, Ed Cencenbaugh, Frank Catalano, Brian Chollar, Jackie Cosgrove. . . . ROW 4: Wade Collier, Robert Bunn, Jim Armacost, Jim Clary, Ken DeHaven, Jack Brandt, Doug Cox, Buz Briddell. Sophomores ROW 1 : Virginia Cuth, Susie Harrold, Barbara Cebhart, Dixie Hale, Wilma Cray, Sonja Cay, Marjorie Carvic ROW 2- Mary Haines Phyllis Hamm, Christine Cill, Frances Ceddes, Sola Helton, Judie Caines, Suzie Crubbs. ... ROW 3 ■ Margaret Halderman, Jim Hawl ins, Ronnie Goings, Bill Hammer, Dennis Hanaghan, Leonard Calante, Bill Haas Kay Crimes ROW 1 : Barbara Elliott, Lou Ann Estes, Nancy Dyke, Stella Fisher, Jo Ann Faulkner, Pat Draper, Sharon Flaharty Shirley Dix. . . . ROW 2: Lois Ewing, Choyce Fleitz, Sylvia Durham, Barbara Foster, Donna Fetters, Carol Edgington Edna Erb Janet Dumford, Nellie Elson, Barbara Fisher. . . . ROW 3: William Faber, Ronald Ford, Don Frey, Cene Fletcher Dennis Donovan, Ottis Campbell, Tom Derifield, Ed Deis, Beverly Frye, Judi Fogle. . . . ROW 4: Larry Brooks, Eugene Evans Charles Flatter, Clifford Furrey, Dwayne Foltz, Gary Feverston, Joe Fothergill, Jim Frick, Kenny Etter, Dave Folkerth Dennis Dusch, ' Sophomores ROW I : Janice Horton, Karen Hinderer, Carol Hull, Janet Jackson, Deon Jenkins, Linda Johnson, Janet Huddleston, Pat Heusch, Winnie Kalmbach. . . . ROW 2: Janet Johnson, Susan Himes, Pat Hudson, JoAnne Houck, Judy Hogue, Jean Henry, Norma Houck, Phyllis Huston, Marjorie Jolly, Mary K. House, Barthena Hussman. . . . ROW 3: Ferrell Jones, Don Harshman, Jim Johnson, Jim Hawkins, Nick Kleimeier, William Flynn, Sidney Herbert, Bob Jones, Billy Johnson, Jim Hog- gatt, Jim Johnson, Delbert Jones, Jack Ceyer. . . . ROW 4; David Karns, Dick Hoppe, Walter Jacobs, Gary Jordan, Tom Hoyer, Jim Hofferberth, Jerry Howard, Bob Garrett, Kenny Hellard, Harold Harshman, Bob Galloway, Ronald Hodge, Tom Gross, Gary Hartzell. ROW 1: Thelma Lunsford, Donna Leighty, Sue Krzanarich, Joyce Lender, Judy Leiter. Gail Martin. . . . ROW 2: Judy Manker, Wynema Lewis, Nadina Landis, Pat Ketteman, Suzanna Maggs, Elsie Lanz, Kay Kelly. . . . ROW 3: Tom Maloney, Dolores Lucas, Barbara Kretschmer, Judy Kiger, Pat Lowles, Kay Langdon, George Lane, Dick Lowe. . . . ROW 4: Don Maloon, Harold Lobo, Andis Lambert, Alan MacFarland, Dickson Matthews, Bob Lamb, Eddie Liskany, Jim Lewis. Sophomores ROW 1 : Margie Miller. Betty Lewis, Peggy Phillips, Marcia Moore, Beverly Murphy, Carol Potter, Maridale Knox. ROW 2; Marianne O ' Neill, Roberta Nickel, Ruth Penny, Diane McNulty, Beverly McCloskey, Beth Miller, Carole McKnight, Beverly Paul, Donna Mueller. . . . ROW 3: Roger Primm, Jim McCarty, Dick Quigley, Debby Michael, Diana Mills, Alice Moran. Judy Mayer, Phyllis Osborn, Elaine Pfoutz, Ronnie Omer, Dale Price. . . . ROW 4: Frank Pepper, Jim McKinney, Michael Peckolt, George Sexton, Jerry Oeswein, Bob McKay, Roger Mohr, Dick Patterson, Bill Mercer, Louis Nees, Scotty Miller. ROW 1 : Charlotte Seger, Bonnie Roberts, Dolores Romer, Marilyn Selva, Judy Seidenschmidt, Jean Rueger, Marilyn Schweller, Charlotte Ross, Carol Richley, Joann Schaeff. . . . ROW 2: Pauline Raines, Gloria Ritter, Joan Reid, Barbara Rausch, Roberta Ray, Call Sanders, Kay Rollason, Margaret Schoen, Judy Riggs, Lois Roark, Judy Rice. . . . ROW 3: Roger Schalnat, Dough Saslow , Joe Sahler, Jim Ryne, Nelson Russell, Rom Shafor, Gerald Shaneyfelt, Eddie Siford, Dennis Sakada. . . . ROW 4: Lee Snell, Norman Simpson, Cordon Ruiter, Tim Schwab, Dallas Roberts, Herbert Rhoades, John Ryne, Romey Schwieterman, Kent Severs, Bill Ring. Sophomores ROW 1 : Judy Stevenson, Sally Todd, Sandra Spurgeon, Pat Springer, Sandra Stevens, Donna Suter, Sharleen Slaven. . . . ROW 2: Jon Spahr. Leroy South, Shirley Simonton, Velma Silcox, Beverly Turner, Saundra Weidel, Bill Sink, Steve Shroyer. . . . ROW 3: Lynn Soenksen, Tom Waker. Tom Tufts, Bill Thomas, Dale Walters, Jerry Trisel, Darwin Vescovi. . . . ROW 4: Tom Stevens, Tom Snyder, Bill Tolle, Bob Shawhan, Howard Stansell, Charles Smith, Larry Tooley, Don Story, John Vorndran, ROW 1 : Angela Winn, Janey Woodard, Charlene Ward. Virginia Young, Carol Weidner. . . . ROW 2: Lee Woodard, Bill Wetz, Shirley Young, JoAnne Wenzler, Sam Wilcock, Bob Wetz. . . . ROW 3: John Ward, Cordon Wymer, Lee Wood, Douglas Winget, Fred Wenz, Robert Young. . . . ROW 4: Jim Zappe, Robert West, Harold Wright, Tom Walther, Tom Wells, Fred Wollenhaupt. Milby and Messier Hardware and Variety Clubs HA The Annual Staff Kent Dadisman, Dee Miltenberger, Diana Reed. This year ' s annual staff, under the direction of their advisor, Miss McCallister, started work on the ' 55 Dragon early in September. Their first big decision for the ' 55 annual was made when they selected the idea of a scrapbook for the theme and to have the class ring emblems on the cover. The next problem was to sell advertisements to help finance the annual. Busy at this task was the busi- ness manager. Dee Miltenberger, with her assistant, Kent Dadisman. The biggest job on the staff was that of the editor-in-chief, Diana Reed, who was busy all year gather- ing pictures and copy information. Taking care of sports were Dottie Colburn, girls ' athletics, assisted by Shirley Garrett; and Bill Pool, boys ' athletics, assisted by Jack Brinkley. STANDING: Jones. Sinaron Meyers, Penny Joy, Mary Schwieterman, Cwen Cole, Paula Cay. SITTINC: Bette Wheeler, Helen The Dragon )oy Shawhan. Frances Clover, Cindy DuMont, Sally Bohlender, Karia Wildason, Jack Bnnkley, Shirley Carrett. Seeing that photographs were taken of all important happenings at Fairmont were Penny Joy, KarIa Wildason, and Joy Shawhan. The girls were kept jumping with all the events there are to be covered at our busy school. Another big job was that of Charlotte Perry and Cwen Cole who were heads of the art department and saw that the cover and all sectional pages were drawn up. Other jobs of importance were: Organizations — Pat Jollay, Helen Jones, Cindy DuMont, and Bette Wheeler; Seniors — Sharon Mish, Frances Glover; Special Events — Elaine Harmon, Mary Schwieter- man; Classes — Sharon Harless, Sally Bohlender, Paula Gay, Sharon Meyers; and Faculty — Gwen Cole, Joy Shawhan. Dottie Colburn, Charlotte Perry, Sharon Mish, Sharon Harless, Elaine Harmon, Pat jollay. Bill Pool Newspaper and Literary Magazine REPORTERS: Mr. Allen, Cheri Dusseau, Terry Bard, Doris Taylor, Nancy Eby, Rita Roeckner. Joy Cook. Ann von Isakavics, Lynne Richards, Bill Bass. Advisor — Mr. Robert K. Allen. Staff 1 : Editor — Linda Ekberg. Page One Editor — Bill Bass, Page Two Editor — Beverly Rensch, Page Three Editor — Joy Cook, Page Four Editor — Norman Roush, Photo- graphy Editor — Lucien Dabrowski, Reporters — Rita Roeckner, Doris Taylor, Nancy Eby, Ann von Isakovics, Circulation Manager — Bill Schwinn. Staff 2: Editor — Carol Hogue, Page One Editor Connie Faber, Page Two Editor — Cheri Dusseau, Page Three Editor — Pam Miller, Page Four Editor Dick Sheldon, Photography Editor — Dallas Roller, Reporters — Bill Schwinn, Terry Bard, Lynne Rich- ards, Ann von Isakovics, Circulation Manager — Rita Roeckner. Press Editor — Ann von Isakovics, Reporters, Doris Taylor, Nancy Eby, Terry Bard. Business Staff for all issues: Business Manager ' - Dick Sheldon, Advertising Manager — Don Byron, Typists — Jo Ann Blankenship, Evelyn Knox, BUSINESS STAFF: Standing: Rita Roeckner, Nancy Eby, Don Byron. Dick Sheldon. Doris Taylor. Evelyn Knox, Bill Schwinn. Seated: Jo Ann Blankenship, Terry Bard. Dragon Tales and Dragon Review EDITORIAL STAFF: Standing; Cherc Dusseau, Joy Cook, Beverly Rcnsch, BjII Bass, Norman Roush. Seated: Pam Miller, Connie Faber, Linda Ekberg, Carol Hogue, Dick Sheldon. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Allen, the 1954-55 Dragon Tales newspaper staff had a successful year. The staff was divided into two groups this year, staff one and staff two. Each staff put out every other paper and then spent some time learning more about journalism. The Dragon Tales is a bi-monthly publication with news items of the happenings around school and elsewhere. A literary magazine, the Dragon Review, published once a month, is also organized by this group. It contains material written by the students. REPORTERS TO DAILY NEWSPAPERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS: Lucien DabrowskI, Lynne Richards, Bill Bass, Pam Miller, Doris Taylor, Dallas Roller. Quill and Scroll ROW 1 ; Norman Roush, Carol Hogue, Linda Ekberg. Sharon Mish, Bill Bass. Bill Schwinn. Charlotte Perry, Penny Joy. . . . ROW 3: Dick Sheldon, Diana Reed, Dee Miltenberger. ROW 2; Bev Rensch, Torch and Keystone ROW Colbu Hiltv. Sue Ballou, Dee Miltenberger, Nancy Lange, Barbara Werner, Diana Reed, Janis Hazenfield, Linda Ekberg Dottie . ROW 2: Mr. Flatter, James Mulvaney, Ronnie Wolf, Ronnie Tobias, Jon Lewis, Bob Emery, Jack Priser, Bill Fairmont ' s chapts-- of the National Honor So- ciety began the new school year with their orien- tation program for all new members. In April new members, chosen by the faculty on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and serv- ice, were tapped in a special assembly. Eight members were chosen this year for the Fairmont chapter of Quill and Scroll. In order to be selected, a student must be in the upper third of his class and must have done excellent work on either the DRAGON TALES or the DRAGON. National Forensic League cf ccccT crp ' c ' c JB INDIVIDUAL EVENTS ROW 1 : Doris Taylor, Barbara Cillispie, Sandy Griffith, Karen Corsaw, Elaine Haywood, Alverda Phillips, Diana Reed, Sharon Mish, Nancy Burns, Barbara Werner, Jackie Wilson, Violet Snyder. . . . ROW 2: Jim Economides, Pat Jollay, Sue Baliou, Jan Metzger. Wanda Chynoweth, Pat Kinkade, Mariann Neilson, Terry Bard, Marianna Ciffen, Ann Barr, Lana Taylor, Nancy Winters, Sam Shafer. . . . ROW 3: Lee Tussing, Dave Creenley, Bunny |ump. Bob Emery, |erry Kepler, )ohn Reiniger, Bob Shawhan, Wayne Appleman, Bill Bass, Jim Mul -aney, John Coetcheus, Dan Neer. DEBATE ROW 1 : Dave Smith, Janet Huddleston, Bev Bruns, Dee Miltenberger, Don Byron. Barry Brown, Dale Merchant. ROW 2; Mr. Smith, Kent Dadisman, li A ti i- i i, " i ? I « .8 i 9 » ti, n s ♦ • ♦ ? • ,• l» ' 5 tl ??l»! f», §!» § f » § - f. . ' . 5 » • -3JJ J Ji The 1955 Marching Band DIRECTORS: Mr. Shartle, Mr. Ross, Mr. Haines, Mr. Thygerson. A new attraction was added this year for the first time in the history of the Fairmont band. Spark- ling Sandy Colwell, Fairmont ' s first drum major- ette, led the band through thick and thin. Even with sixteen new members, the band per- formed beautifully at the first football game, as well as all through the season. With great pre- cision and timing, the band played faithfully at every pep assembly, bonfire, and football game. From the first upbeat to the last downbeat, the band has built up an excellent reputation, and there is no end to the opportunities for its mem- bers, such as playing a few numbers to entertain at the Knight Templar State Convention at the Masonic Temple and for the Teachers ' State Convention held at the N.C.R. The band ' s top money-making project, the Fall Festival, held after the Miamisburg game, was a big success. The proceeds were used for new uniforms for the band and rhythmettes. Under the direction of Clark Haines, the band has upheld its reputation for being a first class organization. And Rhythmette Corps The Rhythmettes, under the direction of Ernie Ross and Cadet Captain Manja Moore, finished their fifth season of football programs, concerts, and outside shows. The top officers, who were first lieutenant, Linda Ekberg; second lieutenant, Sharon Meyers: and top sergeant, Evelyn Boyer, did a grand job in helping to direct the forty girl corps of 1954-1955. Twenty-seven new members were added to the corps this year, and new uniforms were sported by everyone. Another new addition was the all white uniform worn by each of the top four officers. The corps performed another outstanding show when they danced at the Masonic Temple for the Knight Templar convention. As a result of hard work, added to the season ' s football programs this year were the baton twirl- ing routines, well received by everyone. The Rhythmettes made another grand perform- ance with their dances and kick lines when they appeared in Fairmont ' s operetta, Carousel. We salute the ' 54- ' 55 corps of Rhythmettes. McWilliams ' Market Sandy Colwell ROW 1: J. Staup, N. Huffaker, N. Simpson, M. Carvic, B. Roberts, S. Dix, N. Kincer, M. Hockett. . . . ROW 2: Mr. Haines, L. Johnson, H. Jones, S. Carroll, S. Durham, D. Shaneyfelt, C. Fowler, W. Bollinger, B. Richards. . . . ROW 3: J. Hazenfield, D. Thomas, B. Oldham, C. Bill, N. Fuls, L. Councellor, C. Feverston, B. West, J. Stein- berger. . . . ROW 4: S. Holloway, P. Lowless, V. Raines, J, Mahler, J. Trisel, W. Hammock, J. Henry, J. Vaughan, B. Allen, R. Dixon. The Action in Class " Prof " ROW ] : K. Seger, W. Cray, E. Knox, J. Browning, P. Smart, S. Lane, L. Wright, D. Dunn, R. Steineke. . . . ROW 2: M. Vescovi, J. Sternett, L. DeHaven, K. Swallen, L. Koester, J. Cotterman, J. Gaines, B. Margetts. . . . ROW 3: B. Miller, C. Maloney, E. Cencebaugh, R. Johnson, S. Cencebaugh, J. Stoessel, J. Johnson, B. Mattery, C. Augsburger. . . . ROW 4: D. Price, D. Cox, J. Ross, W. Appleman, J. Heckerman, J. McKeown, D. Roller, C. Clark, B. Jones. Chorus This year ' s chorus has enjoyed singing as a group on many different occasions. In the fall they sang for the Knight Tem- plar Convention at the Masonic Temple, the State P.T.A. Convention at N. C. R., the Dayton Dental Society and the Sara- toma Club. They received a warm wel- come from the students when they took part in the annual Christmas assembly. The chorus took on a big responsibility when they decided on Carousel for their annual operetta, but as usual they came through and did an outstanding job. Leads in the operetta were Sally Holloway, Bob Miller, Wayne Appleman, Viola Raines, Gary Clark and Pat Lowles. Of course the operetta, programs, contests and assemblies the chorus participated in couldn ' t have been possible without the capable direction of Mr. Haines. Practice for the operetta The Concert Band and Orchestra This year the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Hard, was for the first time in many years composed of all Fairmont students. This was also the first year the orchestra gave an assembly for the students. Excellent individual and group performances were staged by the students Besides the assembly, the orchestra has played for various other events, such as the junior and senior plays and the operetta. The concert band is composed of 103 members and is under the direction of Clark Haines. The season this past year consisted of two concerts on February 12 and May 1 3. The concerts were held this year at Van Buren Junior High School because of the many people who attend. Both concerts were very successful. Future Homemakers The Future Homemakers of America had an after game party. During Christmas time they went caroling. Some of the girls took a trip to Columbus for a state convention. This group of girls under Miss Vogelsang has had interesting speakers and helpful discussions at their meetings this year. Future Teachers Future Teachers, under the new name of the Helen Hartsock Future Teacher ' s Club, has joined the national organization of future teachers. This club has charge of devotions for the second semester. They had a day for students to visit classes in different schools and their annual " College Beckons Night " with Mr. Gallico, Director of Admissions of University of Dayton. Junior Council on World Affairs Junior Council this year took their annual trip to New York, going through Washington, D. C. to visit the Capitol. Some of the members have made television appearances on news programs. They have had many interesting speakers at their meetings. Junior Achievers of Fairmont Junior Achievement made its first appearance into high school organizations. Its purpose is to discuss and learn more about business problems. They have had several speakers and some movies. Photography Club The Photography Club visited a photographic studio, had demonstrations on printing and developing, held a photo contest, and had a field trip for the purpose of taking out-door pictures. Science Club The Science Club spent the year with a main project of a trip through Armco Steel Company; they saw the glass furnaces and the rolling of steel. They took a tour through the pathology laboratory of Miami Valley Hospital. They had a chemical magic show given by director of research at Frigi- daire. Projects and student demonstrations were both educational and interesting. Junior Red Cross The Fairmont chapter of the Junior Red Cross, with their advisor. Miss Urick, filled a fifth chest for needy people. Also they had many projects to raise money for their organization. National Forensic League The members of National Forensic League of Fairmont this year have upheld Fairmont ' s past records in receiving numerous top honors. This year N. F. L. has an active membership of forty-eight, nine of whom participate in debate. Other members participate in the individual events which consist of humor, dramatic, original oratory, oratorical declamation, and girls ' and boys ' extemporaneous speech. Future Homemakers and Future Teachers ROW 1 : M. Litsey, S. Bunger, N, Rueschhoff, L. Roark, C. Augsburger, B. Miles, K. Wicklund, B. Richards, R. Jackson, R. Stephenson, B. Gate. . . . ROW 2: J. Bowling, A. Adkins, P. Raines, D. Sexton, D. Fetters, L. Planck, N. Kemp, S. Fisher, L, Estes, B. Murphy, S. Flaharty. . . , ROW 3: J. Zeisler, C. Jackson, L. Buck, J. Fogle. S. McCowan, B, Pugh, S, Himes, M. Cillett, P. Hudson, V. Young, B. Marvin, Miss Vogelsang. ROW ] : J. Backus, D. Colburn, T. Wilson, K. Kelly, J. Manker, |. North, C. Richard, S. Stickel, M. Miller, C. Dusseau, ). Shawhan, S. Todd. . . . ROW 2: S. Oldham, J. Zeisler, C. Brokschmidt, B. Mann, D. Dunning, J, Roberts, J. Kelly, N. Eby, J. Shroyer, D. Taylor, P. Nordenbrock, S. Becker. . . . ROW 3: S. Ballou, P. Smales, J. Wagner, B. Coons, S. Bensinger, J. Ceyer, T. Bard, E. Haywood, A. Crieser, C. Andrews, J. Friedly.. . . ROW 4: S. Colvard, S. McCowan, B. Rensch, J. Irelan, J. Dawley, S. Smith, R. Tobias, J. Henry, J. Caines, M. Reed, C. Cill. Junior Achievers of Fairmont and Junior Council on World Affairs ROW 1: J. Brownin g, J. DeHaven, D. Patterson, W. Chynoweth, B. Rensch, A. Carroll, S. Holloway. Berkins, D. A ' exander, C. Carter. J. Henry, R. Prather, J. Irelan, M. Reed. ROW 2: R. ROW I : S. Dusseau, C. George, K. Smith, J. Kramer, P. Dean, G. Cole, J. Kelly, C. DuMont, S. Mish, P. Jollay, G. Naylor, D. Miltenberger, P. Joy, B. Mann, L. Taylor, L. Ekberg, N. Burns, L. Leighty, N. Touhey, J. North, C. RIckard, B. Gillespie, P. Miller, S. Oldham. . . . ROW 2: J. Blackburn, S. Armstrong, J. Geyer, D. Dunning, E, Haywood, T. Bard, D. John, W. Chynoweth, M. Raid, P. Beck, J. Dawley, D. Reed, S. McGowan, N. Eby, S. Bensinger, J. Roberts, L. Boyles, J. Wagner, D. Lewis, K. Corsaw, A. Barrows. . . . ROW 3: J. Ireland, D, Taylor, S. Wetz, J. Friedly, P. Sorah, J, Becker, J, Goetcheus, B. Kramer, D. Greenly, H. Jeffreys, B. Burns, D Erickson, B. Bryant, B. Seybert, D. Johnson, R. Frank, S. Bleke, J. Zeisler. . . . ROW 4: L. Marshall, B. West, L. Tussing, R. Dickey, B. Albright, H. Desch, N. Eickenlaub, B. Emery, D. Smith, L. Forguson, A. Huntington, D. Merchant, B. Potter, J. Webb, R. Wolf. Allied Youth OFFICERS: Ted McClanahan, President; Dotty Colburn, Vice-President; Lynn Boyles, Secretary; Bonnie Harry, Treasurer; Charles Maloney and Bob Colburn, Sargeants of Arms. Allied Youth, the largest and fastest growing organization at Fairmont, boosts an all-time record of 260 members. Meetings were frequently held in the gymnasium where the students participated in square dancing and other various games. One of the biggest successes at Fairmont and Allied Youth ' s main money-making project was the annual skating party held at Triangle Skateland. Sophomore Y-Teens ROW 1; S. Karrold, M. Moore, P. Ketteman, S. Maggs, A. vonlsokavics, D. Mills, J. Jackson, C. Gill. M. Halderman, T. Wilson. . . . ROW 2: Miss Kelly, J. Norton, C. Seger. S. Todd, C. Hull, P. Springer, P. Addison, B. Roberts, L. Johnson, C. Ross, M. Carvic, J, Schaeff, S. Dix, M. Dabrowski, K. Hinderer. . . . ROW 3: S. Krznarich, S. Stevens, J. Faulkner, B. Paul, C. Ritchey, P. Heusch, J. Rice, M. Bollinger, M. Schweller, J. Dumford, J. Anderson, P. Bow, P. Bond, M. Knox, M. Borde- wisch. . . . ROW 4; C. Fleitz, S. Crubbs, E. Lanz, D. Decker, C. Bartlett, W. Lewis, C. Braden, P. Hamm, M. Schoen, M. Burner, N. Dyke, S. Weidel, L. Collins, G. Ritter, B. Fisher, D. Hale, D. Leighty. . . . ROW 5: D. Lucas, D. McNulty, J. Wenzler, J. Gaines, J. Reid, N. Bennett, D. Michael, A. Moran, J. Hogue, B. Frye. B. McCloskey, B. Turner, V, Silcox, J. Ballantyne, S. Simonton. In September the Senior Y-Teens had a tea for all new sophomore girls to introduce them to the club. In October, Y-Teens had a masquerade dance, " The Cat ' s Meow, " open to the whole school. At one of their meetings, a Filipino woman spoke on her own country. During the Christmas season the girls collected clothes and food. These they sent to a school in Kentucky and also given to a family here in town. Also a tree was decorated in the library. At another meeting, Y-Teens had a panel discussion on juvenile delinquency. In February they had a film on prejudice called " The Toymaker. " In March Y-Teens had their annual Mother-Daughter Banquet at the Wishing Well. Junior Y-Teens started its year off with induction services for its new members. As a Christmas project the junior girls collected food and gifts for a needy family. During the Easter season gifts were given to handicapped persons. At one of their monthly meetings Mrs. Fargeix, our exchange teacher from France, told of her experiences in Indo-China, Madagascar, North Africa, and France. She also showed many interesting souvenirs of these places. At another meeting, a war bride from France, now living in Dayton, told of her childhood days in France. The following meeting, Miss Johnson, teen-age director of the Y.W.C.A., told about the work of the Y.W.C.A. During the Christ- mas season the girls had a Christmas party. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet was held at the Wishing Well on April 27. New officers were installed. At " Mardi Cras Time, " the Sophomore Y-Teens had a booth to make money. At their February meeting, a senior at Miami University spoke on personal habits and personality. In March, Pat Smiley modeled for the girls. For another money making project, the Y-Teens made book marks out of purple and white felt. Junior and Senior Y-Teens ROW 1 : J. Kramer, N. Boggs, M. Miller. S. Griffith. J, Akers, V. DeWinter. M. Nolan. . . . ROW 2: Miss Anderson, J. Blackburn, C. Vosler, M, Ciffin, J. Cray. C. King, P. Chapin. K. Seger, . . . ROW 3: K. Smith, C. Hanshaw, C. Colub, P. Perdue, N. Doll, S. Bensinger, N. Steberl. ROW I : J. Shawhan, P. Little. B. Coon. S. Oldham, F. Clover, S. Ballou, N. Sevens, B. Werner, P. Smales, D. Miltenberger, M. Moore, C. DuMont, S. Bohlender, D. Kennard, M. Minzler. . . . ROW 2: Miss Wilson, L. Ekberg, D. Harbison, S. Stickel, L. Leighty. K. Wildason, P. Dean, J. McCatha, V. Naylor, C, Cole, P. Schweller, L. DeHaven, D. Alexander. . . . ROW 3; S. Mish, K. Swallen, M. Hippie, K. Hunter, E. Knox, V. Raine, S. Garrett, C. Buchard, D. Thomas, J. Ernst, S. Overholser, P. Smart, C. Jacobs, J. Hockey. . . . ROW 4: B. Coons, C. Andrews, S. Holloway, J. LaRue, J. Bootes. B. House, C. Galloway, D. Reed, M. Costing, M. Boyd, B. Comstock, B. Margetts. Cheerheart Cleaners Gamma and Delta Hi-Y ROW 1: Hllty, Mulvaney, Cyhers, Albright, Webster, Sampson, Mr. Tuttle. . . . ROW 2: Sink, Jones, Spahr, Wolf, Bryant, Bensen, Allen. . , . ROW 3: Ford, Taylor, Spahr, Cartmell, Sahler, Staup, Ketteman. . . . ROW 4; Moore, Blackburn, Bennett. Jump, Riffel, Kramer, Shafor. n rs n . ' -3, j» ,. ••■■- ' .■ " _s-- •■ s a fS 1 ' r d, ft ROW 1 : Desch, Jones, Olt, Frank, Johnson, Tussing, Woodard, Roush, Norris, Mr. Allen. . . . ROW 2: Seybert, Wenz, Chain, Waker, Walters, Tufts, Woods, Word, Kramer, . . . ROW 3: Sieber, Thompson, Auerhammer, Eric kson, Webb, Orn- dorf, Bauser, Thuma, Schwieterman, Haas. . . . ROW 4: Lehman, Forguson, Madden, Magill, Hoerner, Sheldon, Hale, Schwab, Kurpe, Stansell, McDonald. Theta and Kappa Hi-Y ROW 1 : Becker, Priser, Jeffrey. Milkereit, Emery, Appleman, Marshall, Shroder, Baker, Sakada, Mr. Henderson. . . . ROW 2: Frey, Rosenquist, Hoffman. Greenlee, Economides, Bigger, Hartzell, Hertz, Armold. Browning, Jones. . . . ROW 3: Karns. McFinney, Austin, Roetter, Jordan, Armacost. Flatter. Zappe. Folkerth. Tooley, Johnson. . . . ROW 4: Bass, Hecker- man. Smith. McFarland. Conville, Hofferberth, Herrick, Howard, Oeswein, Reiter, House, Long. »»««■ I « ROW 1 : Schwinn, Whipp, Neer, Coetcheus. Huntington. Wine, Eichenlaub, Mr. Jundanian. . . . ROW 2: Karras, Wilcock, Mercer, Miller, Quigley, Cross, Miller. . . . ROW 3: Sims, Merchant, Wiley, Smith, Feverston, Burns. Hammer. . . . ROW 4: Bayless. Price. Byron. Newton, Vaughan, McCiffin, Smith, Darling. Sigma Hi-Y ROW 1 : Vorndran, Ogg, Smith, Herbert, Catalano, Mahler, Fisher, Hall, Stephens, Welde, Mr. Norris. . . . ROW 2: Ryne, Lewis, Brandt, Jacobs, Miller, Weiser, Hall, McCarty, Andrews, Bartels, Hoppe, Calante. . . . ROW 3: Potter, McCune, Nees, Folkerth, Mane, Prather, Pool, Etter, Wright, Smith, Wright, McAfee, Dadisman. . . . ROW 4; Allen, Klippel, Wollen- haupt, Matthews, McCloskey, Clary, Mohr, Patterson, Shawhan, Blake, Hoppe, Reiniger, DeHaven, McCowan. Gamma Hi-Y, with their advisor, Mr. Tuttle, made fire exit signs for each of the home rooms. A Thanksgiving basket was sent to help a needy family. Swimming is a popular function with them at the Y.M.C.A. Also, a Valentine Party was on their calendar for the year. Delta Hi-Y, under the direction of Mr. Allen, sold the Fairmont directories this year. A Christmas tree was decorated and placed in the cafeteria. On January 22, Delta sponsored a dance with Lou Emm spinning the discs. In May their annual picnic was held. Theta Hi-Y, with their director, Mr. Henderson, sponsored an activity bus to the Fairmont-Miamisburg basketball game In addition to that the Hi-Y adopted a family for Christmas and sent a Care package to Europe. On the day of election. Theta had a " You Vote We Tote " campaign. Kappa Hi-Y, under the direction of Mr. Jundanian, had a dance for the student body on February 18. A regular project of the club was their visi - to different churches. At the end of the year, a picnic was given to bid the seniors farewell. Sigma Hi-Y, under the supervision of Mr. Norris, held a Thanksgiving dance, " The Turkey Trot. " Among their other activities was ushering for a Christ- mas program which was held at Fairmont for Kettering schools. Latin and French Clubs ROW I : S. Todd, D. Leighty. J. Backus. M. Bigger, A. Von Isokavics, W. Lewis, S. Smith, C. McKnight, M. Halderman, C. Flatter, C. Seger, J. Horton. . . . ROW 2: R. Heitzman. R. Penny. R. Nickel, J. Woodard, M. Schweller. D. Hale, C. Ritter, P Heusch. B. Elliott. S. Becker. J. Rice. . . . ROW 3: S. Blank. A. Barr, M. Jolly, N. Eby, T. Bard, J. Ballantyne. C. Edging- ton. J. Reid, C. Hanshaw, P. Bow. . . . ROW 4: D. Chandler, R. Bunn, D. Folkerth, D. Wenger, L. Cyphers, R. Hodge, D. Karns, R. Quigley. ROW 1 : C. Roach, A. Phillips. C. Dexter. D. Harbison, N. Lange. C. Andrews. J. Webb, N. Burns, K, J. Manker, C. Fleitz, B. Hussman, B. Gebhart, Mrs. Fargeix. . . . ROW 2: D. Romer, ). Brown, S. Grubbs, N. Landis, K. Wicklund. A. Barrows, P. Lowles. C. Hogue, C. G ill, B. Mann. M. Hippie. L. Estes, C. Martin. . . . ROW 3: B. Frye, J. Houck. A. Correll. F. Ceddes. B. Perry. D. Clark, B. Werner, C. Cashour, S. Helton, P. Sma ' es, M. Bemer, S. Wander. . . . ROW 4: S. Colwell, S. Shafer, B Chollar, F. Ketterman, B. Emery. D. Dixon, P. Royoke, J. Mulvaney, J. Sieber, T. Tufts. . . . ROW 5: N. Bennett, D. Dean, J. Fisher, L. Forguson, D. Patterson, H. Desch, ). Vaughn, B. Sampson. R. Madden. W. Jacobs. Spanish Club ROW 1 : Jon Lewis, Maridale Knox, Dot Colburn, Barbara Trobridge, Sandy Bleke, Phyllis Osborn, Marolee Bordewisch, Nancy Winters, Judy Stevenson, Dave Cooper. . . . ROW 2: Kay Kelly, Nancy Rueschoff, Judy Leiter, Sue Maggs, Elise Lanz, Jeanne North, Frances Clover, Janet Huddleston, Judy Akers. . . . ROW 3: Saundra Weidel, Sue Wagner, Marcia Reid, Judy Kiger, Alice Moran. Beverly McCloskey, Ruth Ann Alexander, Pat Buchard, Pat Springer. . . . ROW 4: Beverly Murphy, Cecile Buchard, Doug Browning, Tom Snyder, Jim Hofferberth, Dale Walters, Delbert Jones, Jackie Wilson, Toni Wilson, Loretta Collins. Available through the year for those students who are interested in foreign languages are three language clubs — French, Latin, and Spanish, Every club has its monthly meetings with its advisor, and special meetings are planned with parties and speakers. The main event of the year was the Mardi Cras attended by all three clubs. The Spanish Club, with its advisor Miss Davis, had many interesting discus- sions about their language. The club held a Christmas Party at which the members learned of the Christmas customs in Spanish-speaking countries. The French Club, under the direction of Mrs. Fargeix, an exchange teacher from France, has been learning the customs of France. They had a movie called " The Man In the Iron Mask " open to the school as their main project of the year. The Latin Club, directed by Miss Heitzman, held a god and goddess party, where each member came dressed as a god or goddess. They joined the Spanish Club for their Christmas party, each club sharing their customs of the Christmas season with the other. The Latin Club visited the art museum, and Mr. Burns gave an interesting account of his trip to Europe. They ended their year by having a picnic. Photography and Science Clubs ROW 1 : C. Frye, B. Wetz, B. Mann. C. Sanders. P. Joy, N. Lange. M. Teague. C. Cray, D. Bush. D. Winget, B. Batin, H. Wright, R. Herrick. W. Benner, B. Calbway, R. Bunn, Mr. Graham. ROW 2: T. Robbins, • . r r Tr. ' " f«KS -|i|, ROW 1 : L. Leighty, P. Dean. A, Cneser, M. Costing, N. Lange, C. Cole, P. Wells, S. Oldham. . . . ROW 2; D. Chandler, R. Bunn, D. Winget, B. West, R. Cyester, B. Craggs, B. Seybert, N. Rorenquist, D. Johnson. . . . ROW 3: Mr, Nolan, J. Brinkley, D. DeWitt, R. Braun, H. Jeffrey, B. Emery, D. Bennett, B. Burns, D. Erickson, R. Wolf, Mr. Wysong. . . . ROW 4: H. Wright, D. Byron, R Dickey, J. Lewis, R. Herrick, R. Grant, D. Cooper, D. Sheldon, J. Lorimer, H. House, Visual Education and Junior Red Cross ROW 1 : J. Ruckstake, R. Batten, J. McCune. P. Staup. J. Graham, ). Smith, Mr. Rayburn. . . . ROW 2: K. Etter. B. Prather, J. Brinkley, T. Blackburn, D. Wagner, B. Parks. . . ROW 3: |. Sieber, B. Cartmell, |. Hofferberth, T. Schwab, T. Welde, B. Douglas. ROW 1; Miss Vrick, R. Jackson, J. Jackson, S. Vorndran, J. Cray, J. Akers, W. Cray, J. Hocket, S. Slaven, T. Wilson, D. Taylor, M. Minzler, C. Roach, B. Gate. . . . ROW 2: K. Kelley, S. Shumaker, G. Naylor, E. Boyer, K. Hunter, C. McKnight, M. Selva, L. Crice, K. Smith, S. Bunger, J. Rice, P. Bow, J. Huddleston, R. Nickel, D. Jenkins. . . . ROW 3; S. Maggs, M. Teague, J. Reid, B. Coons, L. Gouncellor, L. Ackerman, S. Garrett, G. Faber, L. Richards, P. Kinkade, P. Beck, K. Gorsaw, N. Puis, G. Colub, Jo Wenzler, M. Hippie, M. Hockett. . . . ROW 4: R. Frank, T. Miller, J. Karras, R. Burns, J. Armacost, D. Patterson, P. Hudson, J. Milkereit, B. Hoppe. R. PU-inke, B. Allen, J. Combs, E. Ogg, G. Gatalano. Assembly Committee and Hall Monitors Mr, Smith, Scotty Miller, Miss Funck, Diana Reed, Mr. Haines. Jon Fisher. r n ROW I . D. Harbison, D. Leighty, E. Metzler, J. Hockey, J. North, D. Dunning, P. Nordenbrock, M. League, B. Stevenson, C. Barrett, B. Harry, B. Coon, S. Bohlender, M. Stewart, R. Vacchiano. . . . ROW 2: E. Haywood, D. Rader, N. Eby, Cindy DuMont, E. Harmon, C. Buchard, P. Smales, J. Hazenfield, S. Colvard, M. Rife, F. Clover, T. Bard, J. Shroyer, J. Roberts. L. Boyles, Dolores Lewis. . . . ROW 3: S. Halloway, S. Garrett, L. Richards. W. Jacobs, S. Miller, B. Piatt, E. Ogg, B. West, J. Mahler. J. Mercer, B. Seybert, M. Oosting, M. Hundt, B. House, D. Neer. P. Wells. . . . ROW 4: C. McAfee. S. Merchant, J. Brinkley. H. Hirth. K. DeHaven, B. Sampson, N. Eichenlaub, J. Brandewie, R. Madden, B. Emery, C. Bayless, L. Tussing. J. Streithorst, R. Wolf, L. Cyphers. Library and Reception Committees Doris Rader, Ann von Isokavics. Not Pictured: Ernie Thorns. 3onny Harry, Louis Nees, Janis Hazenfield. Bookstore and Library i ROW 1 : H. King, B. Schwinn, L. Wright, C. Hanshaw, M. Boyd, M. Neilson. . . . ROW 2: Miss Wilson, C. McCowan, B. Oxiey, P. Beck, P. Smart, W, Chynoweth, K. Wildason. . . . ROW 3: J Moses, J. Milkereit, K. Dadisman, E. Thorns, T. Blackburn. The Student Council The Student Council, with their advisors, Mr. Somers and Mr. Burns, were kept busy all year. Officers were President. Bill Hilty; Vice Presi- dent, Ralph Norris: Secretary-Treasurer, Janis Hazenfield. Their first big job was the homecoming. This was conducted with all the finery as in past years. A new project was introduced to the student body this year. After all home basketball games, dances were held in the gym. Music was pro- vided by a juke box, which the Student Council bought. Another juke box was placed in the cafeteria, providing music during lunch. Other jobs performed were the revising of the constitution and the cleaning of the trophies. Mr. Somers. Ralph Norris. Janis Hazenfield, Bob Emery, Bill Hilty. ROW 1 : Mr. Somers. Beth Miller, Ann von Isakovics, Doris Rader. Bonnie Harry. Janis Hazenfield. Diana Reed. Dottie Col- burn. Mr. Burns. . . . ROW 2; Bob Emery, Louis Nice. Jon Fisher. Ernie Thoms. Ralph Norris. Scotty Miller. Bill Hilty. Town and Country Shoe Repaif 6 PORTS fj ' Ilia ■ ' S ' - S-S:;;-;.. -o. ' % ' «,., ' » ' s,_ 7 ' ' f ' ■ ' " ,, Athletic Director and Council Vincent Arnold, Athletic Director Fairmont ' s athletic department has an unnoticed helping hand who arranges all athletic contests, helps plan boys ' intramural sports. He gets tickets for students to go to away games and helps to get ready for Fairmont contests. He also purchases equipment to make Fairmont one of the best equipped teams in the M.V.L., plus teaching a class in physical education. This man ' s job is a big one for a small man, Mr. Vincent Arnold. Mr. Somers, Mr Fouts. Mr. Arnold. Mr. Jundanian, Mr. Barnes. N ' ot Pictured: Mr. MacFarland. I : .i tj»« X- ■yfsffsrtk. ROW 1 : Coach Fouts, B. Hilty, C. McAfee, T. Welde, E. Sensenbaugh, B. Hoppe, E. Thorns, C. McCowan, B. Oxiey, D. Wagner, B. Douglas, N. Roush, J. Moses, Coach Wagner. . . . ROW 2: Coach Burns, B. Detrick, H. Jeffrey. T. Krammer, D. Wright, B. Riffel, B. Pool, R. Oliver, D. Folkerth, B. Colburn, M. Hall, B. Thompson, Coach Rayburn. . . . ROW 3: L. Tussing, S. Ellis, J. Fisher, J. Smith, T. Loper, B. Shawhan, B. Snyder, T. McClanahan, R. Madden, B. Piatt, J. Catalano, R. Smith. . . . ROW 4: F. Wenz, D. Karavish, T. Snyder, F. Wollenhaupt, J. Lewis, K. Etter, B. West, L. Calante, S. Miller, B. Garrett, B. Telle, L. Nees, J McCarthy . . . ROW 5: D. Benson, J. Brinkley. J. Brandt, W. Collier, C. Wymer, D. Maloon, H. Lobo, J. Sahler, S, Herbert, J. Spettel, J. McDonald. The 1954 Football Squad Captain Ernie Thorns Conwell Hardware and Variety 1954 Football Schedule Coaches Mr. Rayburn, Mr. Wagner. Mr. Fouts, Mr. Burns Fairmont . . 13 Fairmont . . 24 Fairmont . . 19 Fairmont . . 20 Fairmont . . 38 Fairmont . . 7 Fairmont . . 7 Fairmont . . 7 Fairmont . . 38 k v £ Fairview 6 Middletown 21 Miamisburg 21 Troy 7 Sidney 7 Xenia 26 Greenville 19 Fairborn 12 Piqua 7 X A Managers Standing: Dan Benson, Jack Brinkley. Kneeling: Jim Spettel, John McDonald. Excitement after the Middletown game. M p t y .■ t Seniors Bob Douglas, Tackle Dick Folkerth, End Bill Hilty, Halfback Bob Hoppe, Tackle % % ' ' Harry Jeffrey, Tackle Tom Kramer, End 4 1 Wji - Seniors Greg McAfee, Halfback Carl McCowan, Guard joe Moses, Halfback Bob Oxiey, Center ' S V» f;! Bill Pool, Guard Bill Riffel, Center mm Seniors Norman Roush, End Ed Sensenbaugh, Guard Ernie Thorns, Captain, End Dave Wagner, Tackle Tony Welde, Fullback Don Wright, Guard % Lineman Bob Douglas runs for a touchdown. Hilty breaks away. Get him! Ht ' - ' ' V! HI HPV H iS pH ' ' " nllBp ! H « Hlr|k | HEhfeA-t v PU HB ' ' ' ' i s Ht ' v BhC Bk E Ifll v ' 1 j v g m 3h m t 1 r - i H W IIII M m n BS jn Fairmont battles for 6 points, The 1954 Football Season FAIRMONT VS. FAIRVIEW Fairmont ' s first game in the 1954 season was a victory. 13-6 as Fairmant started the season off with a bang. FAIRMONT VS. MIDDLETOWN This was the big game of the year. Fairmont fans had a big bonfire on the night before the game. On Friday night the two teams battled it out. Fairmont was behind at the half, but in the fourth quarter, Fairmont came out of the dark and won by scoring three touchdowns with 6 minutes to play, making the final score 24-21. FAIRMONT VS. MIAMISBURG The first game to open the Miami Valley League season was played under the lights at Fairmont stadi- um. Fairmont was ahead of the Vikings most of the game, but they came up on the last quarter to win by a score of 21-19. FAIRMONT VS. TROY Fairmont got back on their feet the next week. One of Fairmont ' s men intercepted a Troy pass and carried the ball 45 yards, which set us up for a touchdown, making the final score 20-7. FAIRMONT VS. SIDNEY Fairmont and Sidney battled on Sidney ' s gridiron, where Fairmont became the victor. V e intercepted a pass and went for a touchdown. We also recovered several fumbles to help make the final score 38-7. FAIRMONT VS. XENIA Homecoming for F.H.S. was a sad night. Fairmont got off to a bad start by fumbling eight times during the game. Xenia won 26-7, but the colorful half-time features and dance after the game helped put spirit back in Fairmont students. FAIRMONT VS. GREENVILLE Fairmont met the undefeated Greenville on our gridiron for a hard fought battle. The first half neither team scored. But in the second half Greenville came out on top to win by a score of 19-7. FAIRMONT VS. FAIRBORN We traveled to Fairborn to play the newest team in the M. V. L. Fairborn won 12-7. FAIRMONT VS. PIQUA The last game of the season was a successful and happy game for all. The last game was a victory for Fairmont by a score of 32-7. Many of the seniors played for the last time on the gridiron. Shannon Buick Company Hilty storms around end. McAfee fights for yardage. Pile-up in Middletown game. Welde picks up yardage. ) p® L l ll aLJ ' ». Si n 11 F m. 1 J i l H |f; x ' - ? rt ' w m Fouts gives vital information. Andrews fights to score. Basketball Coaches Paul Wagner, Leiand Norris Managers Kenny DeHaven, Les Cyphers Fairmont . . .38 Wilbur Wrigh t45 Fairmont . . .58 Fairview .... .63 Fairmont . . .50 Hamilton Cath 62 Fairmont . .60 Kiser .49 Fairmont . . .59 Franklin . . . . .55 Fairmont . .66 Patterson . . . .69 Fairmont . .50 Bellefontaine ,62 Fairmont . .61 Urbana . . . . .69 Fairmont . .58 Miamisburg . .64 Fairmont . . .81 Troy .65 Fairmont . . .63 Sidney .46 Fairmont . .54 Xenia .64 Fairmont . ..54 Greenville . . . .66 Fairmont . .71 Fairborn .... .55 Fairmont . . .62 Piqua .52 Fairmont ..52 Roosevelt . . . .69 ROW 1 : Coach Paul Wagner. C. Stephens. R. Colburn. J. Hale, H. Desch, T. McClanahan. R, Norrls, W. Thompson, Coach Leiand Norris, . . . ROW 2: L. Cyphers. M. Hall, R. Jacobs, J. Webb, J. Clary, C, Howard. S. Miller. J. Andrews. J. McCarty. Varsity Norris gives words of encouragement to the sarting line-up Fairmont experienced their second season under the coaching of Leiand Norris. The all junior team won six games and lost eleven. In the district tournament we drew Middletown for our first game and lost by a score of 55-33. Norris ' men gained much knowledge about the game of basketball. Fairmont then closed their basketball season with a nice banquet and assembly in which the team members were awarded letters. Bob Colburn Herb Desch Jerry Hale The Starting Line Up Ted McClanahan Ralph Norris Dick Stephens Bill Thompson Reserves Fairmont 54 Fairmont 45 Fairmont 43 Fairmont 50 Fairmont 48 Fairmont 47 Fairmont 46 Fairmont 40 Fairmont 48 Fairmont 39 Fairmont 42 Fairmont 42 Fairmont 52 Fairmont 38 Won 8 Wilbur Wright 22 Fairview 48 Kiser 53 Hamilton 33 Franklin 42 Patterson 33 Miamisburg 37 Troy 39 Sidney 40 Xenia 72 Greenville 48 Fairborn 45 Piqua 41 Roosevelt 69 Lost 6 The Fairmont reserves had a winning season with eight wins and six losses. Coach Paul Wagner has a difficult job of training his team to go on to play hard fighting varsity games. The reserves play their games preceding the regularly scheduled varsity games. ROW 1 : J. McCarty, J. Andrews, L. Nees, W. Jacobs. M. Hall. S. Miller. . . . ROW 2; Howard, T. Blacke. J. Clary. R. Shawhan. H. Stansell, Manager K. DeHaven. Coach Paul Wagner. J. Webb. C. Fairmont fights Troy Excited Fairmontians as we pull ahead. Norris makes two more points. Fairmont battles Fairview Fairmont Reserves vs. Troy Reserves Herbst Pharmacy ROW 1 : B. Hilty, J. Fisher, D. Benson, B. Oxley, D. Stephens, B. Sims, N. Roush. . . . ROW 2: B. Coffey, R. Norris, D. Knoop, R. Andrews, J. Farren, J. Jones, J. Mahler, J. Wells. . . . ROW 3: J. Becher, T. Blackburn, T. McClanahan, J. Webb, S. Ellis, J. Catalano, J. Moore, Coach Fowler. Baseball-1954 Fairmont 8 Fairmont 5 Fairmont 8 Fairmont 2 Fairmont 5 Fairmont 6 Fairmont 5 Fairmont 3 Fairmont 1 Fairmont 9 Won 6 Kiser 4 Miamisburg 1 Xenia 2 Fairborn 1 Piqua 6 Franklin 3 Middletown 1 Beavercreek 4 Stivers 2 " Troy 12 ' District tournament Lost 4 Once again under the able leadership of Ralph Fowler the Dragon diamondmen completed a successful season by sharing the M. V. L. title with Troy and Xenia. For the sixth season in succession the incomparable Mr. Fowler and his team either won or shared the title. Re- turning lettermen from the previous year ' s dis- trict champions provided the nucleus for Fowler ' s ball club. These included seniors Ron Andrews, John Jones, and Bill Coffey; and juniors Bob Oxley, Norman Roush, Bill Hilty, Kent Dadisman, and Jerry Mahler. Sopho- mores Steve Ellis, Dick Stephens, and Ted Mc- Clanahan also saw considerable action. ■ 4 5 - — KrJl ■ ' T ' m. ISEC E ROW 1 ; W. Webster, T. Welde, B. Douglas, J. Moses, C. McAfee, R. Barr, R. Pugh, D, Klien, D. Wright, R, Oliver, S. Hall. . . . ROW 2: Coach J. Fouts, P. Drake, J. Wine, R. Madden, W. Riffel, R, Grant, C. McCowan, E. Thorns, D. Wagner, H. Desch, Manager D. Greenlee. . . . ROW 3: Manager N. Mclntyre, P. Barton, L. Tussing, M. Hall, R. Albright, J. McCune, J. Vaughan. B. Piatt, D. Thompson, G. Darling, H. Jeffrey. . . . ROW 4: J. Ellis, J. Himes, T. Loper, C. Reed, J. Smith, D. Edwards, D. Karavish. P. Staup, T. Kramer, E. Sensenbaugh, J. Goetcheus. Track-1954 Fairmont 51 Vi Fairmont 24 Fairmont 63 ' 2 Fairmont 59% Fairmont 82 Greenville 60 ' A Roosevelt 94 Middletown . . .54V2 Stivers 60 ' 3 Miamisburg ... 36 Xenia Relays . . . .Fairmont 5th. . . .24 points Troy Relays Fairmont 4th. . . .25 points M.V.L. Meet . . . .Fairmont 2nd. . . .46 points Won 2 Lost 3 The Fairmont track team of 1955 had a happy season with the coaching of Jack Fouts. Carl McCowan broke the school discus record. Then on one rainy night Fairmont, after a hard fight, came through with second place in the M.V.L. track meet. Also our 880 relay team placed first in the Miami Valley League. Coach Leiand Norris, Manager Eugene Elander, Charles Green, John Reiniger, Robert Colburn, Jerry Aring, George Becker, Victor Eickman, Thomas Elliott. Tennis— 1954 Fairmont 3 Chaminade 2 Fairmont Oakwood 5 Fairmont 5 Xenia Fairmont 5 Kiser Fairmont 4 Miamisburg 1 Fairmont 4 Stivers 1 Fairmont 5 Wilbur Wright Fairmont 5 Roosevelt Fairmont 3 Fairborn 2 Fairmont . .4 Northridge 1 Fairmont 1 Fairviev 4 Won 9 Lost 2 The Fairmont tennis team last year under the direction of a new coach, Leiand Norris, en- joyed a successful season. The following were some of the highlights of the 1954 season: Third Place, City League; M.V.L. Single Cham- pion, Robert Colburn Jr.; and M.V.L. Doubles Runners Up, Thomas Kemp and George Becker. Coach Paul Wagner, Robert Parks. Phil Heeter, Robert Bryant, Paul Wells, Benard Jump, Barry Reed. Don Leedom. Golf-1954 Fairmont 1 1 ' , ' 2 Fairmont QVi Fairmont 1 2 ' A Fairmont 8 ' z Fairmont 10 Fairmont ll ' i Fairmont 7 Fairmont 1 1 Vi Fairmont 12 Fairmont 10 Fairmont 14 Fairmont 16 Fairmont 12 Won 12 Miamisburg .... ' z Patterson 21 2 Stivers iVi Chaminade 1 V2 Fairview 6 Springfield 9 ' 2 Sidney 5 Oakwood 4Vz Roosevelt 4 Wilbur Wright . . 6 Middletown .... 2 Dunbar Kiser 4 Lost 1 The Fairmont golf team of 1954 had a very successful and happy season under the coach- ing of Paul Wagner. At the end of their sea- son they held numerous honors. In the Tri-State Tournament, the team vi on sixth place and scored 331 points. Scoring 328 points awarded them first place in the Miami Valley League Meet. They also won first place in the district with 321 points. The team won the city and Miami Valley League Championships and finished eighth in the state. Girls ' Athletic The Girls ' Athletic Association this year was under new management, and a completely changed program was made. This new C.A.A. offers more opportunity to more girls. The organization had monthly meetings, and in order to become a member six out of the eight meetings must have been attended. There was a Christmas party for the December meeting. One of the meetings was a huge slumberless party, held in the basement of Creenmont Church. The other meetings included an ice hockey game, a dance, the Ice Follies, and some movies. Also there was a mother and daughter banquet. The intramural program offers quite a variety of activity. The sports include tennis, golf, volley- ball, hockey, Softball, swimming, bowling and basketball. The girls take part in interscholastic sports and compete with schools in this area. These sports are hockey, tennis, softball, and basketball. DIRECTORS: Miss Davidson, Miss Turner Association OFFICERS; Doris Rader, point secretary; Jeanne Hastings, vice president; Carol Rickard, point secretary; Dottie Colburn, president; Carolyn Sensenbaugh, sergeant at arms; Jackie Wilson, secretary-treasurer; Jane Ann Wagner, refreshment chairman; Judy Friedley, program chairman. VARSITY: ROW 1 : Nancy Kersy, Shirley Garrett, Doris Rader, Dottie Colburn, Bev Brady. Terry Bard, Barb Mann, Helen Jones, Jackie Wilson, Bev Spiller. ROW 2: Janey Woodard, Varsity Hockey Scores Reserve Hockey Scores Fairmont 3 Northridge 8 Fairmont Northridge ' . . . 2 Fairmont 4 Enon 1 Fairmont 4 Enon 1 Fairmont 3 West Carrolton 1 Fairmont 3 West Carrolton . . . .0 Fairmont Oal wood 6 Fairmont Oakwood 2 Fairmont 3 Fairview Fairmont 1 Fairview 1 Fairmont 4 Fairborn Fairmont 1 Fairborn 1 RESERVE: ROW I: Tony Wilson, Marlene Weidner, Cindy Vosler, Pat Sorah, Carol Rickard, Marianna Ciffen, Janet Jack- son, Barthena Hussman. . . . ROW 2: Roberta Ray, Carol Edgington, Barb Custer, Bev McCloskey, Nancy Doll, Jayne Dawley, Jane Johnson, Ann Correll, Judy Shroyer, Nancy Eby, Sally Holloway. Weidner Concrete Block Bev Brady Shirley Garrett Sue Carroll Helen Jones Dottle Colburn Marlene Weidner Barbara Custer Jackie Wilson Varsity Hockey Comprising our varsity team this year were Doris Rader, center forward ; Helen Jones and her famous left hand lunge, center halfback; Dottie Colburn and Shirley Garrett, inners; Barb Mann and Jackie Wilson, fullbacks; Bev Brady, Terry Bard, and Nancy Kersey, wings; Janey Woodard and Bev Spiller, side halfbacks ; and Sue Carroll, goalie. Shirley Garrett managed to score the most points with the help of the rest of the team. Reserve Hockey The reserve team this vear was one of the best reserve teams Fairmont has ever had. They kept the varsity players on their toes, since all positions are open to the best players. Although some of them were sophomores, the team as a whole was well experienced. They certainly deserve more credit than they receive because they practiced hard and always kept up the team ' s spirit. The season was brought to a successful ending at the annual banquet in the school cafeteria where the girls received their letters. VARSITY; ROW 1: Pat Dunham. Barbara McKandles, Diana Reed, Marjorie Lyons, Mariann Neilson, Jeanne Hastings, Joan La Rue, Lola Councellor, Sue Carroll, Sharon Huesman, Miss Turner. Varsity Basketball Fairmont 56 Fairmont 64 Fairmont 59 Fairmont 35 Fairmont 57 Fairmont 58 Fairmont 34 Fairmont 69 West Carrollton . . . 36 Xenia 36 Fairborn 28 Centerville 21 Oakwood 45 Northridge 57 Middletown 49 Miamisburg 32 Reserve Basketball Fairmont 28 Fairmont 34 Fairmont 48 Fairmont 21 Fairmont 44 Fairmont 31 Fairmont 14 Fairmont 40 West Carrollton . . . 34 Xenia 24 Fairborn 12 Centerville . 10 Oakwood 17 Northridge 18 Middletown 29 Miamisburg 14 RESERVE: ROW 1 ; Janet Jackson, Sonja Cay. Barbara Benson, Judy Friedley, Carol Rickard. Dolores Lewis. Miss Turner. Barbara Mann, Carol Edgington. Alice Moran. Nancy Doll. Beverly McCloskey. Nancy Eby. ROW 2: Sue Carroll Joan LaRue Jeannefte Hastings Captain Marge Lyons Diana Reed ROW 1 : Pat Jollay. Sharon Mish, Nancy Blocher. Lynne Richards. Ada Crieser, Cynthia Andrews, Diana Reed. . . . ROW 2: Kay Reiber, Donna Walters, Sally Bohlender, Linda Ekberg, Barbara Werner, Ruth Alexander, Cindy DuMont, Nancy Burns. . . . ROW 3: Nancy Eby, Jane Bootes. Cretchen Scheibenzuber. Marilyn McDermott, Marylyn Strickle, Pam Miller. Golf and Baseball-1954 ROW 1 : Lola Councellor, Jeannie Hastings. . . . ROW 2: Marjorie Lyons, Helen Englehart, Marianna Giffin, Judy Cray, Nancy Doll. . . . ROW 3: Marlene Weidner, Dolores Lewis, Barbara Mann, Miss Turner, Charlotte Wyatt, Pat Jollay, Sue Carroll. TENNIS-1954 ROW 1 : Nancy Lange. Dot Colburn, Doris Taylor, Shirley Harshman. Powell. Jane Tshudi, Linda Wolfe. ROW 2: Charlene Dills. Helen Jones. Miss G. A. A. Managers ROW I: Nancy Kersey. Bev Brady, Shirlee Garrett. Helen Jones. Cynthia Andrews. Sally Holloway. . . . ROW 2; Pat Dunham, Judy Shroyer, Lynne Boyles, Janice Roberts, Doris Taylor, Barbara Mann. . . . ROW 3: Janet Jackson. Ann von Isakovics. Choyce Flitz. Margaret Schoen. Mary Ann Neilson, Terry Bard, Roberta Ray, Susie Becker. Kunz Lumber Company G. A. A. Practice makes perfect Hockey Banquet Sleepless slumber party Activities Sink it, Joanie! Huddle Don ' t drop it, ol ' buddy! VARSITY: Rosalie Vacchiano, Carol Roach, Nancy Kersey, Bev Brady, Pat Jollay Cheerleaders RESERVE: Barty Hussman. )aney Woodard ICIIVITI8S •iA I 1 1 i: i V Left to right: Manja Moore, Janis Hazenfield, Dotty Colburn, Pat Jollay, Jeannie Schwieterman Homecoming For the homecoming festivities of 1 954, each Hi-Y sponsored one of the five candidates. Delta Hi-Y supported Janis Hazenfield; Gamma Hi-Y, Pat Jollay; Kappa Hi-Y, Jeannie Schvi ieterman ; Sigma Hi-Y, Dotty Colburn; and Theta Hi-Y, Manja Moore. The week before the queen was announced during the half at the Fairmont-Xenia game, the halls of Fairmont were filled with colorful signs and campaign slogans of all kinds. Of the five candidates, vivacious, blonde-haired Dotty Colburn was chosen to reign over the Homecoming Dance of 1954. Left to right: Janis Hazenfield, Manja Moore, Jeannie Schwieterman, Dotty Colburn, Pat Jollay, Bob Emery Senior Dance The " Toyland Fantasy " was chosen as the theme for the last dance presented by the Class of ' 55. On the evening of December 18, the cafeteria was fi lled with many colorful decorations consisting of the posts decorated like big red and white candy canes, teddy bears, dolls, and toy soldiers on the walls and everything else to get the guys and gals into the Christmas spirit. To give out with the music for this pre-season social event, the " Rhythmairs " was chosen by the orchestra selection committee of the senior class. The highlight of the evening was the surprise appearance of Santa Claus. This merry gentleman turned out to be Mr. Fowler, a former teacher at Fairmont High School. The night turned out to be one that will be long remembered. Junior Dance The " Cupid ' s Capers, " the first event presented by the Junior Class this year, was held on February 19, in the cafeteria. Marshall Reed ' s orchestra played selections for this gay affair. The theme of " Cupid ' s Capers " was built around Valentines Day. Sophomore Dance The " Snowflake Twirl, " the first big event of the new year, was presented by the Sophomore Class. This event, the first given by the Sophomore Class, as held on January 8, in the cafeteria. The music was provided by the jukebox. The decorations consisted of all sizes and shapes of snowflakes, little snwmen and blue and white streamers hanging from the wall to coincide with the winter season. During the intermission, Harold Wright played selections on the piano. The night was a complete success. Senior Assembly ' Record Rhapsody " The Senior Class Assembly was held on April 15. An old impresario, Mr Champ, dreamed of the people he promoted in the world of show business as each person emerged from a giant record album and performed the act that made him successful. Always remembering his hi gh school days, Mr. Champ dreams his old school- mates are standing before him giving their farewell assembly. At the close of the dream, Mr. Champ passes on, having recalled to mem- ory his life inspired by his last high school days. President of the senior class, Bob Emery de- livered a farewell speech. This assembly was the last presentation by the Class of ' 55. The seniors wish all of the future Fairmontonians good luck. ROW 1 : B. Bruns, Emery, J. S. Ballou, N. J. Hazenfield Wine. Burns, C. Naylor, C. Andrews, C. Cole, S. Mish. . . . ROW 2: J. Mulvaney, P. Smales, B. Werner, L. Taylor, D. Neer. . . . ROW 3: B. Bass, W. Appleman, J. Reiniger, ). Lewis, B. Douglas, B. The Senior Play " Pygmalion, " under the direction of Miss Leah Funck, was presented by the Senior Class on November 19 and 20. Peggy Smales, Bill Bass, and cast of many gave excellent portrayals of the characters in " Pygmalion. " Between the acts, Mania Moore, by her outstand- ing dancing, gave impressions of Eliza and her progress into society. Bill Bass Peggy Smales ROW 1: Nancy Winters, Alverda Phillips. . . . ROW 2: John Coetcheus, Barbara Gillespie, Wanda Chynoweth, Elaine Haywood, Pat Kinkade, Karen Corsaw, Marianna Ciffin, Sam Shafer. . . . ROW 3: Lee Tussing. Bud Hurst, Jerry Kepler, Jim Economides, Dave Greenlee. The Junior Play On March twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth, the curtain opened on " Charley ' s Aunt, " the world famous farce, which has moved millions of people to tears of laughter. Charley ' s Aunt couldn ' t come for the rendezvous the boys had arranged for their college sweethearts, so one of the underclassmen masquer- aded as the aunt. The complications which developed were fun for everyone. The cast included John Coetcheus as Charley ' s Aunt, Lee Tussing, Karen Cor- saw, and Patti Kinkade. Both nights of the play proved to be a rousing success for the whole audience. Lee Tussing, John Goetcheus, Dave Greenlee. Wanda Chynoweth, John Goetcheus, Bobbie Gillespie. The Prom of 1954 The 1954 Prom given last spring for the graduating seniors took place under an oriental atmosphere. There was a " good luck " gate to walk under. A red bridge crossed over a pond which was covered with peonies. The array was separated by a fountain and a water falls in back of the bridge. Hanging from the ceiling could be seen Japanese lanterns. To add to this beauty there were real trees trimmed with cherry blossoms and ming trees of angel hair. The music of Karl Taylor sent the seniors on their way remembering their happy days at Fairmont. As always, a popular couple of the graduating class was chosen to reign over the dance. With unan- imous applause, Donna Walters and Dick Barr accepted their titles of Empress and Emperor to make the evening a complete success. 1954 Prom Committees PROM COMMITTEE ROW 1 : Betty Margetts, Dee Miltenberger, Manja Moore, Jeannie Schwieterman, Pamela Dean, Dotty Colburn, Karia Wilda- son. Penny Joy. . . . TOP ROW: Tony Welde, Bill Pool, Ernie Thorns, Joe Moses, Paul Drake. !fV. ' " a» BANQUET COMMITTEE ROW 1 : Gwen Cole. Sharon Harless, Pat Jollay, Bev Bruns, Paula Cay. Doretta Harbison, Frances Clover. Penny Joy. TOP ROW: )on Lewis, Bill Bass. Warren Webster, John Milreit, Paul Sfaup, Dale Chandler. PROGRAM COMMITEE ROW I : Tony Welde, Dotty Colburn, Barbara Werner. Carl McCowan. . . . TOP ROW: John Milreit, Steve Smith, Ronny Tobias. A efi ' s Drugs Your ' 55 Annual Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Diana Reed BUSI NESS MANAGER Dee Miltenberger BUSINESS ASSISTANT Kent Dadisman SENIOR EDITOR Sharon Mish Frances Clover CLASSES EDITOR Sharon Harless Paula Cay, Sharon Meyers, Sally Bohlender ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Pat Jollay Bette Wheeler, Helen Jones, Cindy DuMont SPECIAL EVENTS EDITOR Elaine Harmon Jeannie Schweiterman BOYS ' SPORTS EDITOR Bill Pool Jack Brinkley CIRLS ' SPORTS EDITOR Dotty Colburn Shirley Garrett FACULTY EDITOR Gwen Cole Joy Shawhan ART EDITOR Charlotte Perry Cwen Cole PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Penny Joy Karia Wildason, Joy Shawhan The staff of the 1955 DRAGON would like to express our sincere gratitude to Miss Jane McCallister who has spent a great deal of time and effort in making the DRAGON a book which will make you remember this year at Fairmont. We should like to thank the following people who have rendered many years of fine service to the annual staff, faculty, school office, Indianapolis Engraving Com- pany. Powell Studios and the Graessle-Mercer Printing Company. I hope you will have as much fun reading this book as we have had putting it together. I should like to take this chance to thank all those who have worked on the staff and helped make the DRAGON a memory book. I want to wish success to everyone in the future. Diana Reed Memories SEPTEMBER (7) Orientation, sponsored by Torch and Key- stone, was attended by all new students. (8) F.H.S. halls were filled to overflowing and we are still seeing people we have never seen before. (17) The football assembly took place in the stadium, where the football team, band and rhythmettes were introduced to the student body. All the pep must have inspired the team because Fairview returned home with a defeat. (27) This was one of Fairmont ' s RED LETTER days in football. We made three touchdowns against Middletown in the last six minutes to win 24-21 . OCTOBER (8) Beating Troy involved the first trip of the year for all. (11) This was the beginning of the senior picture taking. It continued for a week with the usual mix-up and worrying about looks. (15) We were on the road again and brought a victory home from Sidney. (22) The home- coming game had a little damper on it because we lost to Xenia, but Dandy Dotty Colburn, sparkling little homecoming queen, helped liven things up. (23) The Miami Valley High School Journalism Associates Confer ence was held at F.H.S. (29) We put up a game fight against the eventual M.V.L. Champs, Greenville, but we lost 19-7. (30) The Senior Y-Teens held their first dance, which was a masquerade. NOVEMBER (1 ) Juniors traveled to town on Junior Career Day and the school seemed rather empty. (5) Our trip to Fairborn found the Flyers up for the game, which we lost 7-12. (11) School was out for the first time on Veterans ' Day. (12) Fairmont was tied for fourth place in the M.V.L. after winning over the Piqua Indians 32-7. (16) The football honor assembly was held and Mike Hall was announced as next year ' s captain. (19-20) The Senior play, " Pygmalion, " was a great success, thanks to Miss Funck and the play cast. (24) The Turkey Trot was given by the Sigma Hi-Y. (25 ' Thanksgiving vaca- tion began and everybody was full of turkey un- til Monday. DECEMBER ( 1 ) December began with every-pupil tests. (3) Fairmont opened its basketball year at the Coliseum with Wilbur Wright. The team was introduced in assembly. (1) Fairmont had its first at home game against Fairview. (11) We had our first court win at Kiser. (14) Fairmont made it two in a row by beating Franklin. (18) The senior dance, Toyland Fantasy, was a great success. (22) Basketball at Patterson. Christ- mas vacation starts. (28, 29) The basketball squad made its first all-night trip to Bellefon- taine. In the tournament we played Bellefon- taine and Urbana. During Christmas vacation the scholarship team took practice tests at school. JANUARY (3) School started and the student body had a chance to recuperate after vacation. (7) We played the first league basketball game at Miamisburg. (14) Troy came to the Dragon ' s den. (21 ) It was the end of the first semester and the seniors couldn ' t believe it. Sidney traveled to Fairmont. (22) Delta Hi-Y had its dance. (28) Fairmont played at Xenia. (29) The Senior Scholarship Test was given to forty- three seniors. Of 1954-55 FEBRUARY (4) Fairmont went to Greenville. (11) Fair- born, the new league team, came to Fairmont and was defeated. (121 The Fairmont Band held the first concert of its annual series at the junior high auditorium. (17) The Charles King assembly was as impressive this year as last year. (18) After their last league basketball game, the team finished third in the M.V.L. (19) The juniors held their dance, Cupid ' s Capers. It was a great success. (21, 22) We had a two-day vacation because of Washington ' s Birthday. (23) Fairmont played their last game at Roosevelt. (26) The G.A.A. held its first dance. Moonlight Mist. APRIL ( 1 ) The National Honor Society presented the tapping ceremony for new members. (2) Kappa Hi-Y gave a dance. (4) Some of the members of Junior Council left for the annual trip to Washington and New York. (6l Easter vaca- tion starts! (12) Vacation seemed awfully short, but we are back again. (15) The seniors had their final assembly. It has left its mark ' (16) The band had the second and last concert of its series. (23) The All-Sports Banquet was held. (28. 29, 30) The music department gave the operetta. " Carousel. " ' 29) The band had its honor assembly. MARCH (4) The end of the fourth six weeks. (4. 5) The speech and debate team went to Ohio Wes- leyan to try to qualify for the state speech meet. (6. 7, 8) The band traveled to Cleveland by bus and played at North Central Music Educators ' Association Convention. After a tremendous job. they saw stage show. " Pajama Came. " All in all everyone had a wonderful time. (8) The basketball squad had its honor assembly. Bobby Colburn was named honorary captain. Colburn and Ted McClanahan were elected to share co- captain honors next year. (12) Theta Hi-Y had a dance. Shamrock Swirl. (19) The District Music Contest was held here. (24) The senior class had try-outs for commencement speakers. (26-27) The juniors presented their produc- tion of " Charlie ' s Aunt, " under the direction of Miss Funck. (28) The sophomores saw their class rings. (30, 31) Preliminary District Scholarship Tests were given. MAY (6) Miss Funck ' s speech classes put on a very entertaining assembly. (7) Miami District Scholarship Tests were given. (14) The seniors sat back and relaxed at the Junior-Senior Ban- quet. (18. 19. 20. 24. 25) Everybody realizes what a wonderful school Fairmont is and ap- plauds the student body while attending the Honor Assemblies. (20) The seniors had lumps in their throats and the juniors thought about the things to come at the wonderful Junior- Senior Prom. (24) The seniors return textbooks and you heard the usual last day phrases, " I ' ll never miss Fairmont ' " (25) But the next day they were here to see how things were going before leaving for the senior picnic. (26. 27) The lower classmen were left to two days of exams. (28) " What ' s done is done " and the seniors were seniors no more, but graduates. (June 3) School ' s out ' But don ' t forget. Sep- tember is just around the corner. Left to right: Dorothy Berry. Ann Coe, Mary Eshbaugh, Loretta Bauser, Cora Archdeacon. Mildred Tufts, Mabel Freeman. The Fairmont Cafeteria OPOH SOES Patrons Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Bass Mrs. Marjorie M. Bohlender Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brady Mr. and Mrs. Allen T. Brandenburg Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brinkley Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Farrell A. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Colburn Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Coon Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DuMont Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Ekberg Mr. and Mrs. Elwood C. Faber Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Gay Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Glover Mr. and Mrs. Russel Haywood Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Hilty Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Joy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lange Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. McCowan Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Milkereit Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Miltenberger Mr .and Mrs. W. K. Minzler Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mish Mr. and Mrs. Marrian S. Oldham Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Costing Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Overholser Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pool Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H. Reed Mrs. Garnet Salyers Mrs. C. E. Shawhan Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smales Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Werner Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Karl A. Wildason Mr. Henry Wilson Mr, and Mrs. Eugene H. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Wykoff Professional Men Dr. James H. Armacost, D.D.S. 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