November 19, 1992
The Fairfax Band Boosters met last Tuesday evening. After the report of the auction was made, the new band uniforms were modeled. The Boosters have enough money now to make the initial purchase of new uniforms and they will be worn the next school year.
Temperatures are in the upper 50’s. Farmers are back in their fields and harvest is in full swing again.
November 16, 1967
Fairfax R-3 rated in 275 Conference outstanding football selections with two men. Scott Hawkins made the first team, both offensively and defensively, and Darry Martin received honorable mention.
Climaxing Saturday’s school carnival, king and queen of the event were determined by points accumulated through ticket sales. Bill Dixon was crowned king and Dayle Emrick was crowned queen.
Some 875 persons in the Fairfax area returned to the school house Sunday to take their second polio innoculation. This leaves only 30 persons who are still “half safe” with only one innoculation.

November 20, 1942
Mrs. Kahla Ford was hostess to The Book Club on Thursday evening of last week. The Book Club is a newly organized club and the following ladies are members: Juanita Haun, Juleen Fulton, Virginia Fries, Elizabeth Botkin, Marguerite McConnell, Lillian Weedin, Lois Chambers, Esther Peoples, Pearl McNeal, Frances Parker, Nella Moser, LaVona Shineman, and Kahla Ford. The club has purchased a number of books and more will be ordered soon.
Ladies, Uncle Sam wants your worn-out and discarded washed hosiery for the making of important war materials. Containers will be placed in all stores that sell hosiery and you are asked to bring your worn-out stockings to these collection depots.