Fairmont State University - Mound Yearbook (Fairmont, WV)

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PICTORAMA 100 The freshman class views the past of Fairmont State College. Their pictorama opens with a scene of the first campus located at the head of Adams Street on Quincy Street. Here the old Normal School was founded in I 867 to train teachers. Reminiscing about the century ' s many changes, students find a sharp contrast between today ' s modern, colorful multi-structure campus and the original two story brick building. ik, k TVf ■ Hfl ■„ .... • •• •■ ■■ «t •; ■■ j •■ • • « il II II II a I Three children play by an old picket fence in front of the Normal School. Full-blooming azaleas and the Student Center create a charming backdrop for a coed and her date to chat informally over an issue of the student newspaper. When school opened in 1872 and students ' thoughts turned to study, football, and a colorful fall season, the original structure had been expanded by the addition of a wing. From the beginning the college has had to expand to meet the demands of its increasing student body which now numbers 2500. mi; :)««•«(;: " | ■ ' , ■» " •«■ ! ». " " S. The Normal School was well established by 1876. Administration, faculty and student body were operating with the efficiency of a well oiled machine. The Normal School was then considered " no longer an experiment " but an established state institution. Led by an energetic core of cheerleaders, an eventful year begins with the gay festivities of homecoming. Students are settling into the routine of concentrated study and various social activities. The curiosity of the freshman is heightened as they see that the future will offer a wider spectrum of academic, cultural, social, and athletic programs. f J . - " : ! In I 893 the campus was moved to a new location at Fairmont Avenue and Second Street which is pictured above as it appeared in 1900. At that time the cultural program included literary societies, music groups, and an enlarged academic program. Today ' s cultural opportunities ranges from skiing in the winter to theater in the round during the summer. Also an esthetically stimulating campus contrasts classical architecture with modern lines of new and proposed buildings. Fighting Falcons, FSC athletes, have had outstanding team records gaining regional and national conference recognition in past years. Dominating life at Fairmont State are the three " S ' s " : study, social activity, and sports. 10 Construction began at the school ' s third and present site in 1914. Pictured above is the administration building as it appeared in 1916 prior to its completion in January 1917 . The transformation of Fairmont Normal School into a state teacher ' s college was begun at this time. By 1923 permission was granted for the school to offer a four year college course and to grant an A.B. in education. 11 Traditions which have their heritage deeply rooted in Fairmont State ' s past are carried through all seasons of the year. 12 svg V ' - W _. s w i: Ait, » . ' • ' . - v " ' . A«| " ' y ,, «- 4u£ tsAtt « f ■ " - • - - W By the end of the 1920s, the college ' s facilities had expanded to include a second wing administration building, a library, and cafeteria. May arrives with spring formals and preparations for final exams. Seniors celebrate their final days at FSC with parties at scenic places such as nearby Valley Falls. lit mv t ft r As the Senior Class of 1966 took its place among the alumni, Fairmont State College moved toward its second century in higher education. The Freshman Class concludes its PICTORAMA 100 by mounting the academic steps that will lead into a promising future. 16 THE MOUND 1967 Table of Contents Administration 20 Classes 30 Activities 82 Organizations 114 Sports 135 Greeks 165 Advertisements 194 DR. ESTON K. FEASTER President of Fairmont State College ■J 1 1 Deans •-• " " N r PAUL V. YOST Dean of College I GEORGE H. TURLEY Dean of Men ROXY D. DILLON Dean of Women i 21 Administrative Council r - j «% % xtetf " l h ■ Mfe ,.. imi ., t .„ eg 40 ldti 1 , Galen F. Duling Dir., Instruction- Curriculum Dwight D. Fowler Dir.. Technical- Industrial Educ. J mil Martha L. Miller Dir., Nursing Education Earl N. Straight Dir., Public Relations Hunter J. Conrad Dir., Student Personnel HHMJf mm Homer W. Cox Business Manager Edgar N. Jaynes Dir., Dept. Commerce Stark A. Wilmoth Dir., Teacher Otis H. Milam, Jr. Registrar Wilford R. Wilson Dir., Athletics Education 22 Faculty L Joe E. Allen Raymond E. Amos, Jr. Patricia Anderson William E. Boram Joseph Bundy Ass ' t. Professor Ass ' t. Professor Instructor Professor Instructor Commerce Biology Nursing Education English Physical Educ. Doris Burns Ruth Ann Burns Ronald L. Cain Donald Campbell George E. Cannon Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Ass ' t. Professor Commerce Commerce Technical Educ. Physics Psychology Robert H. Conn William D. Creasy A. Paul Davisson Margaret A. Dodge Dennis Donoghue Instructor Professor Assoc. Professor Instructor Instructor Languages Biology Biology Nursing Educ. Political Science 23 Jane Dumire Instructor English James Dunlevy Instructor Mathematics Billy G. Dunn Professor Bus. Ad. Harold Duvall Assoc. Professor Physical Educ. Larry Eckles Professor Languages Eleanor Ford Assoc. Professor Physics A. Neil Frye Ass ' t. Professor Education Ruth Givens Instructor English Wesley Gragson Assoc. Professor Music Barbara Grimsley Instructor Nursing Educ. William Gulas Instructor Mathematics Billy L. Haines Instructor History James Hales Ass ' t. Professor Industrial Arts Gertrude Hall Assoc. Professor Home Economics Donald Hamilton Instructor Music Ernest Hamilton Instructor English Melva Hess Ass ' t. Professor Home Economics Patricia Holcomb Instructor Nursing Educ. Clifford House Assoc. Professor English Marilynn Jones Instructor English Joseph Kerr Instructor Sociology William Kerr Ass ' t Professor Physical Educ. James LaRue Professor Mathematics William Laughlin Instructor Commerce Richard Lengel Instructor History Faculty Loy Leonard Ass ' t. Professor Industrial Arts Jo Ann Lough Ass ' t. Professor Speech Clora Marple Ass ' t. Professor Education Frances Mason Ass ' t. Professor Physical Educ. Glenn Massay Ass ' t. Professor History Gerald McClurg Teaching Fellow Business Douglas McDermott Instructor Geography Gary McKown Ass ' t. Professor Chemistry Fred Miller Instructor Speech 25 ' -7 i Frances Moody Ass ' t. Professor Music Ruth Ann Musick Professor English Marlyn Neptune Instructor Physical Educ. Mary E. Morgan Instructor History Orville D. Naegele Ass ' t. Professor Geology Mildred Newcome Instructor English George H. Morrison Instructor English Barbara Nailler Instructor Education Carolyn J. Nottingham Instructor Music Faculty 26 Barbara Nutter Flora Petro Walter Phillips William Phillips Gina Pinto Norman Pollock Instructor Instructor Instructor Ass ' t. Registrar Ass ' t. Professor Instructor English Sec. Studies Technical Educ. Dorothy Quintrell Sec. Studies Sociology Woodrow Potesta Jack Pulsifer David Puzzuoli Assoc. Professor Patricia Ramey Margaret Ratliff Assoc. Professor Ass ' t Professor Instructor Biology Instructor Ass ' t. Professor Business History Education Jay Robinson English Education Joseph Retton Lillian Rhodes Thomas Richards Assoc. Professor William Ruoff Patricia Ryan Ass ' t. Professor Assoc. Professor Instructor Music Ass ' t. Professor Instructor Physical Educ. Art Art James Snyder Chemistry Political Science Frank Sansalone William Schneider William Shaffer Instructor Suzanne Snyder Stephen Steele Instructor Ass ' t. Professor Instructor Technical Educ. Ass ' t. Professor Instructor Commerce Mathematics Psychology William Turner Speech Physical Educ. Mary Jane Strohl Elizabeth Swiger J. Martin Taylor Professor Joanne Van Horn Marilee Veasey Instructor Professor Professor History Instructor Instructor Mathematics Chemistry Education History Speech Faculty f Lawrence Wallman Assoc. Professor Speech Richard Whiteman Instructor Technical Educ. Aileen Lucas Ass ' t. Librarian ■yg ft ▲t J Bart Watson Instructor English Margaret Willard Assoc. Professor Education Ruth Powell Ass ' t. Librarian Richard Wellock Assoc. Professor Music Kenneth Wise Assoc. Professor Industrial Arts Josepnme Rosier Librarian David Whelan Instructor Commerce Pauline Brand Assistant Librarian 28 Retired Faculty Dr. Wayne T. Gray, Dr. Kenneth G. Weihe. Cleo D. Haught, and Dr. Pearl S. McCarty. Retiring faculty members were honored at a dinner which was attended by Presi- dent Feaster and a number of the faculty. Honored for many years of faithful ser- vice, Dr. Gray, Dr. Weihe, Mr. Haught, and Dr. McCarty were each presented with a box made by the Industrial Arts Department containing a lifetime pass to all ac- tivities of FSC. Dr. Wayne T. Gray, Professor of Sociology, received a B.S. at the University of Ne- braska and a M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Gray came to FSC in 1951. Cleo D. Haught, Associate Professor of Chemistry, received a B.A. at West Virgin- ia Wesleyan and a M.S. at Ohio State University. Mr. Haught started to teach at FSC in 1925. Dr. Pearl S. McCarty, Professor of English, received a B.A. at Fairmont State Col- lege, a M.A. at West Virginia University, and an Ed.D. at the University of Florida. Dr. McCarty came to FSC in 1952. Dr. Kenneth G. Weihe, Professor of English, received a B.S. at the College of Wooster, and a M.A. and Ph.D. at Yale University. Dr. Weihe joined the faculty in 1950. CLASSES Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. —Robert Frost 30 31 Seniors JOHN W. ADDIS-Sigma Pi KAREN ALLEN-Home Economics Club, SNSEA, AWS GALE MARIE ANDRICK-Alpha Alpha Al- pha; Secretary, AWS DENNIS M. ANGEBRANNDT-Theta Xi, Newman Apostolate, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Bridge Club; Vice-President RICKEY N. ATHA-Sigma Tau Gamma, In- dustrial Arts Club-, Vice-President, Band, Inter- Varsity EVELYN McQUAIN BAKER-Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Homecoming Court MARTIN M. BARTIC-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ass ' t. Pledge Master, Football, Intermural Basketball DENNIS BASNETT-Alpha Alpha Alpha KATHRYN BEEGLE-SNSEA, Secretary and Counselor at North Hall SUE ANN BENSON-Symphonic Choir GALE BENTZ— Sigma Pi; Secretary, Sigma Tau Delta, Freshman Counselor, MOUND; Classes Editor DAVID A. BEVIN, JR.-Theta Xi; Presi- dent, Swimming, Inter-Pan, Men ' s Panhel- lenic " • ttffehfe JOHN W. ADDIS Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Sociology, Psychology DENNIS ANGEBRANNDT Trenton, New Jersey Business Administration KAREN ALLEN Clarksburg English GARY ASHCRAFT Clarksburg Chemistry V % GALE MARIE ANDRICK Coraopolis, Pennsylvania Accounting m LINDA ASHCRAFT Clarksburg Commerce Occupational ARTHUR GAIL BOLYARD-Sigma Tau Gamma FAITH ELAINE BRAND-SNSEA BARBARA BRANDIMARTE-Phi Epsilon Chi. Newman Apostolate SUE ARCHIBALD BROCK-lnter-Varsity. AWS. SNSEA, Kappa Delta Pi RICKEY N. ATHA Mannington Industrial Education 32 WILLIAM ATHEY Keyser Elementary Education BLAINE G AUVILLE. JR. Ravenswood Social Studies EVELYN McQUAIN BAKER Belington English, Commerce MARTIN M. BARTIC Greentown Physical Education DENNIS BASNETT Idamay Business Administration KATHRYN BEEGLE Bedford, Pennsylvania Business, Social Studies f? k H SUE ANN BENSON Clarksburg Secretarial Studies GALE BENTZ Johnstown, Pennsylvania Psychology, English DAVID A. BEVIN, JR. Clarksburg Recreation ARTHUR GAIL BOLYARD Fairmont Social Studies SHARON BORAM Fairmont Secretarial Studies FAITH ELAINE BRAND Shinnston English 33 BARBARA BRANDIMARTE Fairmont Physical Education, Business SUE ARCHIBALD BROCK Mannington Social Studies SHARON BROWN Fairmont Recreation. Secretarial Studies SHARON DEE BROWN-Delta Zeta ; Pledge Trainer, Corr. Secretary, Women ' s Panhellenic; Secretary, Vice-President, Majorette, Freshman Counselor KAREN BRYANT-SNSEA, AWS, Freshman Counselor, Wesley Foundation JUDITH BURCHETT-Alpha Xi Delta, Cheerleader, Freshman Counselor, Home Economics Club JULIA BURRELL-Collegiates LINDA BUSH-Alpha Xi Delta, Member- ship Chairman, Homecoming Queen, Holly Ball Queen, Student Council THOMAS CANNON-lnter-Collegiate Academy of Science, Newman Aposto- late, Football, Basketball DENNIS CAPPS-Tau Kappa Epsilon, In- tramural Sports, Football JO ANN CARRICO-Student Nurses ' As- sociation, Band RAYMOND CARTER, JR.-Wesley Foun- dation! President BOBBIE CHEATHAM-SNSEA, AWS, Home Economics Club, Young Republi- cans SHIRLEY BROWN Fairmont Biology KAREN LYNN BRYANT Fairmont Elementary Edu cation ROBERT D. BUCKBEE Romney Business Administration JAMES CINALLI-Tau Beta lota. Alpha Alpha Alpha, Newman Apostolate, Mixed JUDITH BURCHETT Fairmont JULIA BURRELL Fairmont Chorus Secretarial Studies Secretarial Studies DONNA CLOVIS— Sigma Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta MARY ELLEN COLE-Nursing Education MARY KAY COLE-AWS, SNSEA FRANK CONAWAY, JR.-lndustrial Arts Club FRED CORBIN-lndustrial Arts Club, Al- pha Alpha Alpha CLINTON COX— Sigma Tau Gamma LINDA L. BUSH Clarksburg Elementary Education J. THOMAS CANNON Philippi Business Administration DENNIS WILLIAM CAPPS Charleston Business Administration RAYMOND A. CARTER, JR. Clarksburg English BOBBIE CHEATHAM Fairmont Elementary Education JAMES A. CINALLI Fairmont Business Administration JO ANN CARRICO Bridgeport Nursing Education FRANK HOWARD CONAWAY. JR Barrackville Industrial Education DONNA TOOTHMAN CLOVIS Clarksburg English MARY ELLEN COLE Nitro Nursing Education MARY KAY COLE Fairmont Elementary Education FRED ALLEN CORBIN Fairmont Industrial Arts, Business 35 CLINTON GUY COX Fellowsville Biology GLENN MARSHALL COX, JR. Clarksburg Biology KAREN MARIE CURREY Grafton Social Studies, English PATRICIA D. DEAN Fairmont Nursing Education SHEILA LEE DAVIS Belington Nursing Education SUZANNE DEBLASIO Fairmont Secretarial Studies KAREN CURRY-lnter-Varsity; Secretary- Treasurer SHEILA DAVIS— Nursing Association KENNETH DEAN-Theta Xi PATRICIA DEAN-Phi Mu ; Scholarship Chairman, Freshman Homecoming Atten- dant, Nursing Association; Treas. SUZANNE DEBLASIO-Phi Mu. Alpha Al- pha Alpha, AWS, Newman Apostolate DEBORAH DEGARMO-Aipha Xi Delta, Historian, Beta Beta Beta; Treas., White Rose Queen, Holly Ball Court MARY DELUCA— Sigma Sigma Sigma; Corr. Sec, Senior Class; Vice-President, Sigma Tau Delta. AWS: Vice-Pres. PAUL DENNISON-Tau Beta lota JOHN DEVITO-Sigma Tau Gamma, In- dustrial Arts Club DONNA DIXON-Phi Mu, Phi Epsilon Chi, AWS KAREN DOLL-Delta Zeta ; Pres., Histori- an, AWS, Women ' s Panhellenic, Inter- Pan, Vice-President PAUL DON ATO— Newman Apostolate LINDA DOWELL-Sigma Kappa, Vice- President KENNETH F. DEAN Grafton Biology DEBORAH DEGARMO Fairmont Biology ELINOR DRANE-SNSEA, AWS KAREN DURNELL-Nursing Association CAROL EDGELL-SNSEA, AWS, Freshman Counselor LARRY ELLIOTT-Epsilon Pi Tau, Indus- trial Arts Club MARC ELLIOTT-Sigma Pi. Art Club, Treasurer, Senior Art Exhibit MARY VIRGINIA DELUCA Clarksburg English PAUL ROBERT DENNISON Rivesville Art. Biology JOHN DEVITO Fairmont Industrial Education DONNA R. DIXON Belmar, New Jersey Mathematics KAREN DOLL Fairmont Social Studies PAUL J. DONATO Fairmont Social Studies LINDA DOWELL Grafton Elementary Education ELINOR DRANE Piedmont Physical Science RONALD L. DUNCIL Farmington Industrial Arts KAREN DURNELL Nitro Nursing Education CAROL EDGELL Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Elementary Education THOMAS R. EDGELL Mannington Speech LARRY W. ELLIOTT Parkersburg Industrial Arts 37 MARC ERIC ELLIOTT Charleston Art BOB FELTNER Clarksburg Biology MICHAEL E. FELTON Clarksburg Recreation STEPHANNIE FEOLA Buckhannon Physical Education ANNE M. FELTY Rowlesburg Social Studies RICHARD L. FERRISE Fairmont Psychology MARY LOU FELTZ Fairmont Elementary Education C. J. FETCHERO Clarksburg Biology MICHAEL FELTON-Theta Xi ANNE FELTY-Phi Epsilon Chi, Jr. Rep Young Democrats, AWS MARY LOU FELTZ-Alpha Xi Delta, Co responding Secretary STEPHANNIE FEOLA-SNSEA; Phi Eps Ion Chi, AWS RICHARD FERRISE-Tau Beta Iota, Pledge Master, Pi Kappa Phi, Inter-Pan, Newman Apostolate C. J. FETCHERO-Tau Beta lota, Vice- President, Junior Class, President, Student Council, Freshman Counselor JUANITA FLANAGAN-Home Economics Club MARJORIE FLOYD-Home Economics Club, SNSEA BARRY FLUHARTY-Sigma Pi, Inter-Pan KAREN FORTE-Sigma Kappa WILLA FRAZIER-Kappa Delta Pi. SNSEA LARRY FRIEND-Sigma Tau Gamma WILLIAM FUTTEN-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplin, Young Republicans HUBERT GAINER-Soccer, Young Demo- crats LADONNA GARLITZ-Kappa Delta Pi, Inter-Varsity, Wesley Foundation, SNSEA VICTORIA GARVONIC-Phi Epsilon Chi, Masquers, Newman Apostolate, Columns VICTORIA STEWART FETCHERO Terra Alta Secretarial Studies CAROL LYNN FINDLEY Clarksburg Nursing Education JUANITA MARIE FLANAGAN Day Fork English MARJORIE FLOYD BARRY LEE FLUHARTY Fairview Mannington Home Economics Social Studies KAREN FORTE WILLA JEAN FRAZIER Fairmont Nutter Fort Secretarial Studies Elementary Education LARRY FRIEND Fairmont Physical, General Science LADONNA FAYE GARLITZ Terra Alta Elementary Education KERRY JANE FULTZ Fairmont Nursing Education WILLIAM E. FUTTEN Fairmont Recreation HUBERT H. GAINER, JR. Clarksburg Physical Education 39 VICTORIA C. GARVONIC Glen Dale English MERYL GERSON Fairfax. Virginia Home Economics JOYCE GIBSON Webster Springs Elementary Education WILLIAM GLOVER Fairmont Business Administration LINDA KAY GOLDEN Clarksburg Physical Education, English MARY MARGARET GOLDSBORO Bridgeport Elementary Education Sf LINDA SUE GRAVES Clarksburg Bus. Ad., Sec. Studies EUGENIA HAASS Bridgeport Accounting PATH HAASS Bridgeport Bus. Ad., Sec. Studies ROBERT HAGER DAVID L. HAINES ELIZABETH HALL Fairmont Worthington Bridgeport Industrial Arts Pre-Pharmacy 40 Speech ROGER HALL Monongah Biology MERYL GERSON-Home Economics Club JOYCE GIBSON— Sigma Kappa,- Social Chairman, Delta Zeta Scholarship Award, White Rose Court, Blazers ' Out- standing Sophomore, Who ' s Who WILLIAM GLOVER-Theta Xi, Student Council; President, Pyramid Society, Mr. Freshman LINDA GOLDEN-Sigma Kappa ; Trea- surer, Freshman Counselor, Women ' s Panhellenic, Phi Epsilon Chi ROBERTA ELIZABETH HARRIS Fairmont Nursing Education KERMIT LOUIS HATFIELD Shinnston Industrial Education » , t PHILLIP L. HATFIELD Fairmont Mathematics MARY GOLDSBORO-SNSEA LINDA GRAVES-Alpha Alpha Alpha, Fu Se Fa, Choir, Band EUGENIA HAASS-Delta Zeta, Alpha Al- pha Alpha; Sec.-Treas. PATTI HAASS-Delta Zeta. Alpha Alpha Alpha; Vice-President, Sec.-Treas., MOUND; Greeks Editor ROBERT HAGER-Theta Xi; Pledge Master, Industrial Arts Club DAVID L. HAINES-Sigma Pi, Band ELIZABETH HALL-Masquers, Home Economics Club ROGER HALL— Sigma Tau Gamma, Beta Beta Beta ROBERTA HARRIS-Nursing Association THOMAS A. HAWK Clarksburg English ROBERTA LOU HAYHURST Fairmont Elementary Education GLORIA HERMAN Fairmont Elementary Education KERMIT HATFIELD-Epsilon Pi Tau, In- dustrial Arts Club PHILLIP HATFIELD-Independents; Presi- dent, Student Council ROBERTA HAYHURST-SNSEA GLORIA HERMAN-Collegiates, Newman Apostolate, SNSEA, MENC LARRY HILL-Theta Xi 5 Vice-President, Pledge Master, Student Body, Treas., Football, Wrestling PAULETTA HESS Flemington Speech 4 j LARRY LYNN HILL Fairmont Physical Education MINNIE BEATRICE HINES Carolina Secretarial Studies ROSE MARIE HOBAN Fairmont Secretarial Studies CAROL ANN JACKSON Weston Elementary Education PETE HOLT Clarksburg English JUDY ANN JACKSON Pennsboro Nursing Education MARY HUMPHREY Rivesville Social Studies V 42 BARRY M. JONES Clarksburg Business Administration j } ROBERT HURLEY Clarksburg Business Administration VIES R. ICE, JR. SANDRA ICE MADELINE IZENSON Barrackville Fairmont Weirton Biology Secretarial Studies Elementary Education BRENDA JONES Laurel, Delaware Elementary Education BRENDA LOUISE JONES Clarksburg Nursing Education PETE HOLT-Sigma Pi ROBERT HURLEY-Sigma Pi, Pres., Pledge Master, Freshman Counselor, Al- pha Alpha Alpha JAMES ICE. JR.-Theta Xi DANIEL JONES Weirton Biology JOHN D. JONES Farmington Physical Education JENNIFER KILMER Fairmont Elementary Education CAROL ANN JACKSON-SNSEA, 4-H Club; Publicity, AWS JUDY ANN JACKSON-Nursing Associa- tion; Secretary BARRY JONES-Theta Xi BRENDA JONES-Phi Mu ; Treas., Inter- Pan, Hockey Team, SNSEA BRENDA L. JONES-Nursing Association DANIEL JONES-Baseball, Soccer, Cross- country Team JOHN JONES-Golf Team JENNIFER KILMER-Alpha Xi Delta, Mar- shall, SNSEA, AWS, Young Democrats ARNOLD KITTLE-lndustrial Arts Club, SNSEA GEORGE KOSKI-lndustrial Arts Club PATRICIA KOVACH-Sigma Sigma Sigma; Pres., Blazers, Junior Prom Queen, Miss Freshman RONALD KRAUZOWICZ-Alpha Alpha Alpha, Intramural Sports ARNOLD A. KITTLE Fairmont Industrial Education GEORGE RAYMOND KOSKI Worthington Industrial Education RAMON A JEAN KOSKI Worthington Elementary Education PATRICIA MAINELLA KOVACH Fairmont Mathematics RONALD J. KRAUZOWICZ Matawan, New Jersey Business Administration JANET LOUISE KULL Lancaster, Ohio Secretarial Studies JAMES KURCZAK Fairmont English LARRY A. LAWRENCE Fairmont History LYDIA LEE LAYMAN Rivesville Social Studies ROBERT LEITZEL Halifax. Pennsylvania Biology ROGER L. LEMASTER Grafton Sociology MARGIE LIBICER Fairmont Secretarial Studies SABRA LISTON Brandonville Secretarial Studies RICHARD LONG Fairmont Social Studies JOHN A. LONGSTAFF Linden. New Jersey Physical Education 44 FRANK LUC ENTE Fairmont Recreation PAT MAHALICK Worthington Physical Education GARY E. MAN LEY Carolina Business Administration DELLIS L. MARTIN Tunnelton Industrial Education JANET KULL-Majorette JAMES KURCZAK— Sigma Tau Gamma, Masquers, Inter-Pan, Summer Theater LARRY LAWRENCE-Tau Beta lota ; Pres., Inter- Pan LYDIA LAYMAN-Sigma Sigma Sigma, TKE Sweetheart Court, Holly Ball Court, Cheerleader ROBERT LEITZEL-Beta Beta Beta, Soccer. Baseball ROGER LEMASTERS-Theta Xi; Pledge Master, Pres., Pi Kappa Phi SABRA LISTON-AWS, Dorm Counselor MANFORD M. MARTIN New Cumberland English WILLIAM R. MARTY, JR. Fairmont Psychology MARILYN MARTZ Fairmont Speech RICHARD LONG-Sigma Tau Gamma; Vice-Pres.. Alpha Alpha Alpha, SNSEA, Intramural Sports JOHN LONGSTAFF-Theta Xi, Soccer, Swimming, Baseball FRANK LUCENTE-Tau Kappa Epsilon PAT MAHALICK-Phi Mu ; Treas., Ritual- istic Chairman, Sigma Tau Delta, Majorette, Newman Apostolate DELLIS MARTIN-Theta Xi, Corr. Sec, In- dustrial Arts Club, Epsilon Pi Tau, Basketball MANFORD MARTIN-Sigma Pi, Sec. Vice- Pres., Band, Men ' s Panhellenic WILLIAM MARTY. JR.-Tau Beta lota. Pi Kappa Phi MONICA MASEDA Clarksburg English les McCartney Rivesville Mathematics C. DAVID McCRUM Kingwood Elementary Education MARILYN MARTZ-Phi Mu, Senior Class Sec-Treas., Inter-Pan; Treasurer MONICA MASEDA-Alpha Xi Delta; Treas., Journal Corr., Student Body; Vice- Pres., Homecoming Court, Junior Prom Court LES McCARTNEY-Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sergeant-at-Arms DAVID McCRUM-Sigma Pi, Vice-Pres.. SNSEA, Collegiates, Band GEORGE McCRUM-Sigma Pi, Sergeant- at-Arms. House Pres., Collegiates, Intra- mural Sports, SNSEA GEORGE KELLY McCRUM Kingwood Elementary Education CHARLES W. McDANIEL, JR. Grafton Industrial Education SUSAN METZ Mannington Social Studies, Home Economics BARBARA McDOWELL Farmington Home Economics, Art BRENDA J. MICHAEL Daybrook Elementary Education SANDRA JEAN McGUSHIN Fairmont Elementary Education DAVID ERIC MILLER Tunnelton Physical Education ROD MESSENGER Clarksburg Business Administration DONALD HOOVER MICHAEL Mannington Industrial Education DONALD L. MILES BARBARA PETERSON MILLER Gypsy Kingwood Biology Elementary Education 46 SHARON MOBLEY Farmington Commerce-Occupational JAMES MONDERINE. JR. Shinnston Biology JANE MORGAN Fairmont Elementary Education KAROL L. MORRISON Bridgeport Physical Education CHARLES McDANIEL, JR.-Epsilon Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Club BARBARA McDOWELL-Phi Mu, Freshman Counselor, Home Economics Club, Pi Kappa Phi SANDRA McGUSHIN-Sigma Sigma Sig- ma, Vice-Pres., Inter-Pan, SNSEA, Col- umns; Bus. Manager WILLIAM S. MUSGRAVE Fairmont Business Administration LEWIS A. NELSON Barrackville Industrial Education JOHN THOMAS NEWHOUSE Fairmont History ROD MESSENGER-Alpha Alpha Alpha; Secretary-Treasurer SUSAN METZ— Home Economics Club, AWS, Young Democrats, SNSEA BARBARA MILLER-SNSEA; Pres., Swim- ming, Band, WVEA; Vice-Pres. DAVID MILLER-Basketball Alpha Lambda Sigma SHARON MOBLEY-Alpha Alpha Alpha JAMES MONDERINE. JR.-Beta Beta Beta, Academy of Science JANE MORGAlM-SNSEA KAROL MORRISON-Phi Mu, Phi Epsilon Chi; Pres., Home Economics Club, Swim- ming Team WILLIAM MUSGRAVE-Theta Xi; Pledge Master, Social Chairman DONNA J. NEWLON Grafton Secretarial Studies MARGARET NICEWARMER Bridgeport Nursing Education RICHARD JAMES NICHOLS Clarksburg .j Elementary Education LEWIS NELSON-lndustrial Arts Club JOHN NEWHOUSE-MOUND; Editor, Bowling Team; Captain, Columns; Sports Editor, Newman Apostolate MARGARET NICEWARNER-Nursing As- sociation WILLIAM NOECHEL-Theta Xi, Inter-Pan. Collegiates. Down in the VaUty MARILYN NOELL-Alpha Xi Delta. Nurs- ing Association; President JAMES OLIVERIO-Alpha Alpha Alpha; President MICHAEL ORESKOVICH-Sigma Tau Gamma JANET ORR— Sigma Kappas Recording Sec, Freshman Counselor, AWS FRANK PACHUTA-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Football, Track, Alpha Lambda Sigma LIBBY PAIGE-Kappa Delta Phis Treas., Art Club; Sec. Inter-Varsity, Wesley Foundation LYNDA PANETTI-Sigma Tau Delta, MOUND; Copy Editor. SNSEA, Phi Alpha Phi CHARLES PARKER. JR.-Tau Beta Iota; Vice-Pres., Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Al- pha Alpha. Freshman Counselor PAM PARRISH-Alpha Psi Omega; Secre- tary-Treasurer JO ANN PARSONS-Alpha Xi Delta; Re- cording Sec. Junior Prom Court. SNSEA. AWS DOROTHY PEARCE-Sigma Kappa; Float Chairman, AWS; Publicity Chairman, Phi Epsilon Chi INGRID PEARSON-Theta Xi Sweetheart Court. Dorm Counselor WILLIAM MICHAEL NOECHEL Fairmont Sociology JAMES OLIVERIO Clarksburg Business Administration MARILYN NOELL South Charleston Nursing Education MICHAEL ORESKOVICH Fairmont Psychology JUNE NUNNALLY Fairmont Secretarial Studies I 1 ill JANET ORR Fairmont Business Administration JOHN PELLEGRIN-Sigma Tau Gamma EDIEPHILLIPS-DeltaZeta.HomeEconom- ics Club. SNSEA, Dorm Counselor JUDITH POST-Delta Zeta. Kappa Delta Pi; Vice-Pres., SNSEA SUE POWELL-Delta Zeta ; Sec-Treas.. 4- H Club, Pres., SNSEA WAYMAN PRICE-Pi Kappa Phi DONNA PTOMEY-Nursing Association FRANK PACHUTA Fairmont Physical Education 48 LIBBY PAIGE LYNDA ANNE PANETTI Grafton Fairmont Art English CHARLES R. PARKER. JR. Grant Town Speech PAM PARRISH Farmington Speech JO ANN PARSONS Parsons Commerce Occupational DOROTHY J. PEARCE Westbury. New York INGRID PEARSON Parkersburg Elementary Education JOHN ANTHONY PELLEGRIN Fairmont Industrial Arts SUE POWELL Buckhannon Elementary Education WILLIAM A. PRESTON Clarksburg Biology 49 EDIE PHILLIPS Kingwood English WAYMAN A. PRICE Shinnston French JUDITH ANN POST Nutter Fort Elementary Education DONNA SUE PTOMEY Clarksburg Nursing Education BEVERLY ANN PUDDER Smithburg Nursing Education BEVERLEY PUDDER-Nursing Associa- tion LARRY RADFORD-Theta Xi, Corr. Sec. Industrial Arts Club, Wrestling CHARLES REESE-Tau Beta lota. Senior Class President, Student Body President. Football MARGARET REGER-Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Trainer, Junior Class Secretary, Inter-Pan, Dorm, Vice-President LARRY J. RADFORD Fairmont Industrial Education CHARLES L. REESE Fairmont Physical Education MARGARET ANN REGER Buckhannon Elementary Education WILLIAM RICE-Alpha Alpha Alpha DONALD ROGERS-Tau Kappa Epsilon. Baseball SHIRLEY RUBESNE-Academy of Science GARY RYAN-Lambda Delta Lambda, Inter-Varsity, Golf Team JANET RYAN-SNSEA, Phi Epsilon Chi, AWS, Young Democrats JAMES SAGO— Tau Kappa Epsilon; Vice- Pres., Intramural Football PAT SAILOR-White Rose Queen LINDA SATTERFIELD-Sigma Tau Delta. Academy of Science TOLLIVER SCHROEDER-Phi Mu, TBI Sweetheart Court, Collegiates Phi Epsi- lon Chi; Treasurer JOYCE LYNN REXRODE Mannington Nursing Education WILLIAM C. RICE Buckhannon Business Administration LINDA SELDERS-SNSEA; Treas. JANET SHAVER-Sigma Tau Delta, Home Economics Club; Vice-Pres., Inter-Varsity, Wesley Foundation GEORGE SHUMAKER, JR.-lndustrial Arts Club ANITA SKEEN— Nursing Association ROBERT SKIDMORE-Kappa Delta Pi; President ,7 S5k asr ' - DONALD R. ROGERS Parkersburg Business Administration SHIRLEY MARIE RUBESNE Mannington Biology. Chemistry GARY RYAN Fairmont Physical Science jjwo JANET RYAN Mannington Physical Education JANET KAY SHAVER Kingwood English JAMES E. SAGO Greentown Business Administration TOLLIVER SCHROEDER Lancaster Physical Education PAT SAILOR Wadestown Secretarial Studies PATTY SCIUBBO Fairmont Elementary Education LINDA LOU SATTERFIELD Fairmont English LINDA SELDERS Fairmont Elementary Education GEORGE A. SHUMAKER, JR Fairmont Industrial Arts 51 ANITA GERALDINE SKEEN Fairmont Nursing Education ROBERT A. SKIDMORE Clarksburg Social Studies JAMES D. SLATT— Sigma Tau Gamma; Treasurer GARY SMITH— Tau Kappa Epsilon. Soccer JEFF SMITH-Tau Kappa Epsilon; Pled ge Master, Young Republicans, Chorus RUTH ANN SNODERLY-Band, Symphon- ic Choir JAMES L. SLATT Fairmont Business Administration JEFF SMITH Fairmont Recreation DAVID K. SMALL Nutter Fort Business Administration RUTH ANN SNODERLY Baxter Secretarial Studies VERONICA SOUTHERN-Home Econom- ics Club-, Pres. DANIEL STONE-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres., Pyramid Society, Alpha Alpha Al- pha. Swimming Team; Captain JENNIE STRAIGHT-Freshman Counselor, Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Delta, Home Economics Club JAMES STROSNIDER-Theta Xi, Senior Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Inter-Pan ROBERTA STROSNIDER-Phi Mu, Blaz- ers; Pres., Junior Class Vice-Pres., Theta Xi Sweetheart ROBERT J. TASKER-Theta Xi, Swimming Team MARILYN TATTERSON-Sigma Sigma Sig- ma; Rec. Sec, Th ta Xi Sweetheart Court, Sigma Tau Delta; Pres., Vice-Pres., Phi Epsilon Chi JUDY THRASHER-Home Economics Club LINDA SUE TOOTHMAN-AWS; Pres., Vice-Pres., 4-H Club; Sec, Vice-Pres., J unior Prom Court, Student Council GARY SMITH Bridgeport Business Administration VERONICA KAY SOUTHERN Philippi Home Economics THOMAS TRICOT-Theta Xi, Treasurer BRENDA TUCKER-Pi Kappa Phi WILLIAM TURLEY-lnter-Fraternity Coun- cil, Baseball, Freshman Counselor. Zeta Sigma DANIEL L. STONE Washington. Pennsylvania Business Administration JENNIE L. STRAIGHT Grant Town Home Economics JAMES STROSNIDER Bridgeport Recreation ROBERTA STROSNIDER Fairmont Social Studies JACOB GEORGE SUMMERS Spelter Mathematics JANICE LYNNE SUTER Bridgeport Secretarial Studies ROBERT J. TASKER Levittown, Pennsylvania Psychology MARILYN TATTERSON Fairmont Physical Education SHARON TAYLOR Bridgeport Secretarial Studies JUDY THRASHER Clarksburg Home Economics LINDA SUE TOOTHMAN Clarksburg Elementary Education 53 BRENDA TUCKER Fairmont Mathematics WILLIAM H. TURLEY Fairmont Business Administration •% r ' + ' ' V MARY BETH UNDERWOOD GINGER VALENTINE W allace Fairmont Secretarial Studies Secretarial Studies HAROLD NOLEN VANGILDER Fairmont Industrial Education MARY BETH UNDERWOOD-Home Eco- nomics Club, AWS, Fu Se Fa GINGER VALENTINE-Sigma Kappa HAROLD VAN GILDER-lndustrial Arts Club, W.Va. Industrial Arts Association. National Industrial Arts Association, SNSEA SHERREL VAN METER-Masquers, SNSEA JOHN VINCENT-Beta Beta Beta, 4-H Club, SNSEA SHERREL MARIE VANMETER Enterprise Speech, English JOHN PAUL VINCENT Clarksburg Biology • • SUSANNA MARTIN WADDELL Bridgeport Speech, Physical Education SUSANNA WADDELL-Alpha Psi Omega Neely Oratorical Award, Debate Tear All State Dramatics Award JANET WALKER-Alpha Xi Delta, Hon Economics Club, Phi Epsilon Chi, Swiri ming Team ROGER WAYBRIGHT-Pi Kappa Phi JUDITH WELTY-Alpha Xi Delta, Song Leader, Vice-Pres., Kappa Delta Pi: Sec, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Kappa Phi; Sec. JOHN WHITE-Tau Beta lota ; Treas., Al pha Alpha Alpha. Intramural Sports PHILIP WHITE-MENG Pres.. Publicity Dir., State MENC; Vice-Pres. EDGAR WILLAMS, III— Tau Beta lota, Epsilon Pi Tau; Pres., Industrial Arts Club; Pres., Inter-Pan,- Treasurer THOMAS WILLIAMS-Theta Xi MARGOT WILLIS-Columns; Editor, Feature Editor, MOUND; Associate Editor, AWS; Secretary MARCALLENE WILMOTH-Sigma Kappa ; Vice-Pres., SNSEA, Dorm Pres., AWS; Ju- diciary Board MYKIE WILSON-Sigma Sigma Sigma; Vice-Pres., Keeper-of-Grades, Cheer- leader, Kappa Delta Pi, TKE Sweetheart Court MIKE YAMBOR— Newman Apostolate, Freshman Counselor JANET SUE WALKER Fairmont Physical Education PAUL V. WARCHOLAK Paramus, New Jersey Business Administration ROGER WAYBRIGHT Clarksburg 54 History JUDITH L. WELTY Fairmont English JOHN M. WHITE Fairmont Business Administration PHILLIP WHITE Rivesville Music WILLIAM Y. WHITE Elkins Social Studies EDGAR WILLIAMS, Fairmont Industrial Arts THOMAS E. WILLIAMS Wilsenburg Business Administration MARGOT L. 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Sommerville Laura Spangler • Iw k Mauro Spina Darlene Springer Sharon Springer Robert Starn Dina Stemple S • :• . — O til 0 - . 0h m Wktod life f M 9, c Charie Thralls Mike Tobrey Ann Toothman Guy Toothman Richard Toothman Warren Stewart Richard Straight Gary Straser Louella Summers Kathryn Sutter Thomas Swisher James Talbot Thomas Talerico Tina Tarquino Douglas Taylor Frances Testa Lloyd Tetrick Kenneth Townsend David Underwood Shirley Urtso Connie Vance Michael Vangilder ■ i ft Robert VanGilder Patricia Vilone Cathy Vincent Eddy Vincent 80 Gary Vincent Nancy Vincent Gary Viney Stephan Vokovich Mary Jo Waddell Janie Wade Judy Walaszczyk Mike Waldo Norman Ware Bill Watkins sm « ■ j " JESS " Atmk Shari Watkins Bill Watson Anthony Wayne Anthony Weinberger Beverly Welton Carol West Carolyn Whitecotton Marsha Wilfong Jane Williams Susan Williams Sharon Wilmoth Francis Wilson Jan Wilson Jude Wilson Bill Windel Marianna Winwick Linda Wollard Nancy Wood Lynn Wright Gary Yeager Peggy Yoke Kenneth Yost Frank Zacavish Linda Zickefoose Gerald Zinn Sandra Zirkle ACTIVITIES Be Content With Your Sur- roundings—But Not With Your- self Till You Have Made The Most Of Them, Freshmen Arrival An eager and expectant Freshman class arrived at Fair- mont State College early in September ready to begin a new type of life. After filling out application blanks and waiting for replies, all frosh were eager to begin. Registra- tion which involved long hours of standing in line and filling out dozens of forms, got class members off to a hectic start. Among activities given to acquaint the new freshmen with each other and with the school were a torch-light parade, a freshman mixer, and tours of the various departments. The regular routine of everyday college life was a welcome change after the hustle and bustle of orientation week. 84 Freshman Counselors Capping Ceremony Group Competition Mr. and Miss Freshman Torch-light parade Freshman Tea Bonfire HOME The floats, sponsered by the greek or- ganizations of the Fairmont State College campus, added much to the parade, which touched off homecoming festivities for 1966. Sigma Sigma Sigma id Tau Beta lota Tau Kappa Epsilon OMING 56 Sigma Pi Alpha Xi Delta Sigma Tail Gamma , Homecoming Queen 1966 Queen Linda and Court -v.. f Band Performs at Homecoming Collegiates Entertain Alumni F.S.C CAMPUS AND CANDIDS Administration Building Campus Photographs Taken Basic facts are revealed through close observation. President Feaster s Home. and Candids Science Hall ' 3 81 31 ji W • -- - „ ? - : ■ .■ - ■ • • - • • - ■ .», ,. c v. - » - ' - -- , ' : «f - . - ,. tgi . ■ Band Day at FSC Study hard! Band performs on Rosier Field Life ' s problems S ilent Meditation Library 97 Colebank Gymnasium Alexander Gabriel. U. N. Correspondent Paintbrush Fashions Fine and Applied Arts Building New Machinery Installed 3 1 • ■ « • Registration 99 Student Center A time of relaxation. North Hall I Five minutes are up! Morgan Hall Morrow Hall Door decorated for Christmas Looking west on a busy campus Foot of the Hill IS v Coffee House tziw s 4 1 Smr Industrial Arts Demonstration Asleep on the job New Cafeteria Have rake, will work! A time for study Bids received Lighting Ceremony , . f I 105 Fine Arts Department Art Department ■ Speech Department Music Department 106 66— Dramatics— 67 by Samuel French - -...„««.,..,„ ... „.,,... . March 3, 4, 5 IDA Peggy Lohse MISS SKILLON Pam Parrish LIONEL Sam Ellis PENELOPE Sue Waddell CLIVE Tpm Llewellyn MAN Tom Edgell BISHOP OF LAX Dan Weber ARTHUR HUMPHREY Bob Snider SERGEANT TOWERS Mike Murphy 107 by Sumner Arthur Long July 6. 7, 8, 9 Grace Kimbrough Iris Bressler Harry Lambert George Turley Edith Lambert Barbara Cort Dr. James Kimbrough Ed Nelson Charlie Don McBee Kate Marilyn Leeson Mr. Foley Harold Dougherty Mayor Crane Max Fields Policeman Ron Millione by Marc Camoletti July 13, 14, 15, 16 Bernard, a Parisian bachelor Blaine " Ike " Robinson Janet, TWA hostess Linda Hall Bertha, Bernard ' s housekeeper Tarn Brackett Robert, a friend of Bernard ' s Harold " Doc " Dougherty Jacqueline, Air France hostess Jerry Offredo Judity, Lufthansa hostess Pam Parrish BOEING 108 It by Jean Kerr June 22, 23, 24, 25 Bob McKellaway Dan Weber Mary McKellaway Linda Hall Tiffany Richards Paulette Tennant Oscar Nelson David Hohman Dirk Winston Bob Parker si 5F J mm by Oscar Hammerstein July 25, 26, 27. 28. 29, 30 Captain Orton James Kurczak Louise Leonowens Mark Flint Anna Leonowens Ellen Helman The Interpreter Nathan Levine The Kralahome Don McBee The King Robert Snider Phra Alack Gary Viney Tuptim Gloria Herman Lady Thiang Jean Watkins Prince Chulalongkorn Harvey Fields Princess Ying Yaowalak Salley Hunter Lun Tha Chris Hughes Sir Edward Ramsay Harold Dougherty 109 Music has played an important part in the lives of Fair- mont State College students, not only in the study of mu- sic but also in the enjoyment of the arts. The Fairmont State College Music Department has served as both a constant source of entertainment and as an am- bassador to the public. F. S. C. Marching Band F. S. C. Majorettes 110 Collegiates Music Department Mixed Chorus Art 1 isa 5 ' agsz ORGANIZATIONS Never one thing and seldom one person can make for a success. It takes a number of them merging into one perfect whole. Student Council: Phyllis Monell, Elaine Kennedy, 2nd row-. Marilyn Martz, Ike Robin- son, Monica Masceda, Ann Tennant. Linda Toothman, Mike Overking. 3rd: Mike Glendenning, Ed Branham. Phil Hatfield, Larry Hill. Lee Cutrone, Pinky DeLuca, Holly Hill, and Dean— George Turley. sponsor. Student Council The Student Council is the executive board of the student govern- ment organization. It consists of five student body officers, all class presidents, one member elected by the honorary organiza- tions, one member elected by the non-fraternity group and one faculty member. One of the principle assignments of the Student Council is to meet at the beginning of each semester to determine the allocation of the student activity funds among the various campus activities and organizations. The budgets prepared are then published so that all students may know for what purposes their fees are being used. 116 fP . ft n fi Ft Associated Women Students Associated Women Students is a group organized at Fairmont State College on April 9, 1964. It is composed of women ' s groups and all women on campus. The organization gives service and opportunity for women to set and maintain their own standards and to govern themselves. The purposes of Associated Women Stu- dents are to provide leadership for self-government, to promote good social rela- tionships between all women ' s groups and to stimulate a greater appreciation of cultural and academic affairs. Local chapters of the organization may, after a probationary period, affiliate with the Intercollegiate Association of Women Students which is a national organization for women at colleges throughout the United States. AWS OFFICERS: Holly Hill. Betty Stonestreet, Linda Toothman, Dean Dillon, advisor, and Margot Wil lis. 3JRSZ ROW. Joyce Gibson, Judy Welty, Roberta Atha Strosnider, Monica Masceda. Linda Bush, Mykie Wilson, S£SOJW KOW. Patricia Mainella Kovach, William Glover. Larry Hill, Michael Overking, Linda Sue Toothman. Who ' s Who Each year Fairmont State College honors a few select students by naming them to Who ' s Who. The ones selected are outstanding students who have shown the characteristics of scholarship, par- ticipation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activi- ties, citizenship and service to the school, and promise of future usefulness. Students are selected once a year by an impartial council of seven juniors and sophomores and six faculty members. Those chosen are listed in Who ' s Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities and are given certificates on Recognition Day. 118 Blazers To be elected a member of Blazers, Senior Wom- an ' s Honorary, organized in 1947. is a distinction highly honored by every woman at Fairmont State College. Each year outstanding senior women are elected to this honorary organization. Women elected must have the qualities of scholarship, leadership, loyalty, and integrity. In addition to these requirements, candidates must have earned at least a 2.85 average by the end of the fall term of their junior year. The Blazers sponsers the Big and Little Sisters Program, an organization de- signed to assist the freshman women in adjusting to college life. The Blazers, with the Pyramid Soci- ety, sponsor the annual Honor Assembly. Roberta Atha Strosnider. Patricia Mainella Kovach a ' -. ■- f 1 Wm Junior Woman ' s Honorary Junior Woman ' s Honorary, a char- ter organization of blazers. Senior Women ' s Honorary, was organized last May on Recognition Day. The purpose of this organization is to give acknowledgment to the out- standing junior women who possess the qualities of leadership and schol- arship, and who have given service to the college. SSAZST). Susan Hess. SZANDWG- Karen Bi- tonti, Kay Spidel. Susan Clelland. M It • i I s r " « v J i 4 I . ■ra Alpha Psi Omega: Linda Hall, Pam Parrish. Bob Snider. Karen Bitonti. Alpha Psi Omega National recognition has been given to the dramatics department of Fairmont State College through the founding in 1925 by Dr. Paul Opp of Alpha Psi Omega, the national dramatics honorary. The Alpha Chapter was founded to promote interest in dramatic productions through the presenting of drama to the students and the community. Members of the honorary are chosen through their participation and interest in dramatics. Alpha Alpha Alpha; JJKSZ KOW-. Linda Graves. Eugenia Haass. Gale Andrick. Suzanne DeBlasio. S66- CW 1 KOW: Susan Clelland. Marilyn Bock. Pat Haass, Lawrence Foley. Z.HJKD k ' OW Mike Potesta. Fred Burky, James Olivero, Rod Messenger. 30URZH KOW, Kenneth Leigh, Donald Somazze. Lester Smalley, Jim Bartlett. William Rice. Alpha Alpha Alpha Founded in 1958 the Alpha Al- pha Alpha business honorary at Fairmont State College was orga- nized to promote interest in the study of business. The fuctions of the honorary are dinner meet- ings and trips to business firms. Its purpose is to acquaint the student with the type of people they will be working with in the future. % Epsilon Pi Tau Epsilon Pi Tau, an Industrial Arts and Industrial Vocational Education, International Honorary So- ciety organized in 1920, was installed the Alpha Upsilon Chapter at Fairmont State on March 29, 1955 by its founder Dr. William E. Warner. Epsi- lon Pi Tau is strictly a professional organization with membership limited by grades, character, and promise of professional growth. All members are responsible for one meeting, expected to at- tend state meetings and are hosts to a state meeting. Its purpose is the professional develop- ment of promising young leaders in Industrial Arts and Industrial Vocational Education. About one half of it members enter the teaching field. Epsilon Pi Tau : C. W. Johnson, Trustee; Edgar Williams, president; Ernest Wilson. Vice President; William A. Brown; David A. Toothman; Not Pictured; Kermit Hatfield; Robert Shaffer; Harry Brown; and Larry Elliott. Debate Club The F. S. C. Debate Club was re-organized in the fall of 1963 after a ten-year inac- tive period. The organization under the direction of Mrs. Snyder, debate coach, sponsors intercollegiate teams. Members of the Debate Team and Kappa Gamma, Degate Honorary, are active members of the Debate Club as are any other inter- ested students. Debate Club ' s Officers; Michael Overking, president; Barbara Strother. vice-president; and Dorothy Un- derwood; secretary-treasurer. Gary Ryan, Carman Seccuro. Not Pictured: Larry Rexroad, Frank Carvell, Larry Veuglass. Lambda Delta Lambda Lambda Delta Lambda, national physical science honor- ary, was founded at Fairmont State College in 1925. In order to qualify for membership in this group, a student must have a 3.00 grade average and a 3.00 average in at least I 4 hours of chemistry and physics. Pi Kappa Phi Pi Kappa Phi is an organization for students in foreign languages. Qualifications for membership include-, one semester of a foreign language with a C average; two years of high school language. Annually the club holds a language fest for area high school students. JJKSZ WW. Tina Ruggerio, Larry Torchia, Barbara Mcdowell, Joan Bar- Beverly Gerrard, Leslie Armstrong, Norma Gatti, Mike Murphy. Mike niak, Richard Ferris, Dr. Larry Eckles. SECOND KOW. Paula Okes, Porter, Mary Jo Herndon, Bob Tasker. Pat LaRue. WSZ KOW. Susan Hess. Pinky Deluca. Judy Welty. Maggie Berdine. Linda Satterfield. Jennie St ' tCXD MOW. Linda Satterfield. Jennie Straight. Patricia Mainella Kovach, Donna Toothman. Marilyn Tatterson. Janice Swecker, Judy Bee. Sigma Tau Delta Fairmont State College ' s Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, national English honorary, was formed in the spring of 1964. The honorary, with chapters in colleges and uni- versities through out the country, has as its purpose the encouragement of interest and participation in activities related to English majors who have completed a mini- mum of five English courses with at least a " B " average. The organization publishes yearly Zhe Appalachian Sketchbook, which is a collection of poems, short stories, and essays written by students of Fairmont State College. 123 4-H CLUB— Jirst Kow= Kent Rollins. Linda Toothman. Susan Anderson, Paula Oakes. Second Row-. Carol Jackson, Shirley Dillon, Sue Powell. Eleanor Irvin, Jacque Harvey, John Burns. 4-H Club Phi Epsilon Chi The Fairmont State College 4-H Club was organized in 1964 and has been chartered full recognition on the Fair- mont State campus. It has two monthly meetings, one to help a 4-H Club in Marion County. The motto " to make the better best " represents the 4-H Club. Any college stu- dent interested in 4-H Club work may belong to this group. The purpose of this organization is to promote leadership in the field of physical education. The club sponsors a hockey clinic for the colleges of the state during the sea- son, provides funds for women to participate in the Pitts- burg field hockey events, sponsors a basketball clinic, and a spring playday for the area high schools. The new fresh- men are introduced to the club with a coke party. PHI EPSILON CHI- Jirst Row-. Jane Thome. Diane Martin, Theresa Rom- berger. Ruth Silbaugh, Linda Cross, Lucy Fleming. Paula Oberle, Carolyn Phillips. Sherry Nickolson. Pat Smidt. Second Row-. Sherry Nelson. Marty Milbrada. Kathy Hosaflook, V. Jerone. Michele Roch, Janet Ryan, Bar- I I bara Day. Sharon Herzer. JoAnn Ducoeur. Bonnie Strawser. Sue Christ- ner. third Row- Nancy Johnson, Jane Irwin. Anne Felty, Kay Spidle, Vickie Brown, Susie Hilton, Mary Sinclair, Charlotte Hugus. in a m ■in m k " liii: i:iijis! mniNnim , ■ I Wesley Foundation The Methodist Student Movement at Fairmont State College is one of the dynamic groups which serves a real purpose. The Foundation is located at the foot of the campus at I 105 Locust Avenue. It serves all Methodists on campus. The Wesley Foundation provides an opportunity for students to worship and study in a Christian and intellectual setting. Wesley Foundation— Martha Lloyd, president; Patty Skidmore. program secretary; Lucy Fleming, secre- tary; Jim Bartlett. treasurer; Susie Corbett. worship secretary; Janice Swecker. World Christian Commu- nity secretary; and Virginia Postlewait, social secre- tary. Inter-Varsity An active organization on our campus, the Inter-Varsity Fellowship, gives stu- dents an opportunity to share a few minutes of their busy day at 12:30 the Fellowship meets and spends time in meditation. It also sponsors vesper ser- vices and Bible studies. INTERVarsity ' s Officers: Dave Williams and John Scott. co-Presidents; Lee Halstead. Vice-Presi- dent; Dixie Rollins, Treasurer; Carol Hanshew, Secretary. NEWMAN APOSTULATES OFFICERS; Karen Bitonti, president; James Ford, treasurer; and Mary Bor- denet, secretary. Newman Apostolate The Newman Apostolate was organized in I 893 by five students at the University of Pennsylvania. From this small beginning Newman has grown into a national federation with over 800 Apostolates across the country. The purpose of Newman is to foster the spiritual, the intellectual, and social interests of Catholic students on a secular campus. Pam Horky. Pat Sloan, Barbara Cawthor, Marcia Wilmoth, Roseanna Robles. Dorm Presidents SNSEA These students represent the five dormitories on campus- Morrow Hall, North Hall, Pence Hall, and privately owned Morgan Hall and Garden Lane Apartments. Their purpose is to plan social functions. Laura Lewis Chapter of the Student National and State Education Association offers professional guidance to those in the teaching field. Their activities include monthly meetings, an FTA conference for area high schools, and a conference at Jackson ' s Mill. JJRSZ HOW-. Linda Selders, Treas; Janis Bock. Vice President; Bill Montgomery. Secretary; Adella Luoto. Membership Chairman; Cully Weiss, President. Second Row-. Vicki Riggenbach. Jane Morgan. Mary Cole, Linda Toothman, Jenny Straight, Robera Hayhurst. ZMJRD ROW-. Sue Powell, Susan Clelland, Peggy Lohse. Linda Godwin, Shirley Dillon, Karen Bitonti. gmk John Probst, Patsy Snodgrass. Phillip Hatfield, Linda Toothman, Dan Jones. Independent Representatives Young Republicans This social organization received it first recognition as the Independents on Fairmont State College in 1963. The In- dependents serve as a social organization for those stu- dents who do not care to join a Greek organization. College students should have a basic understanding of do- mestic politics and the Young Republicans have taken the task of creating better and more complete views in national affairs. The organization also provides social activities for the purpose of making and introducing new friends. JJKSZ KOW: Dave McCrum, Jim Smith, John Probst. Linda Hall, John Ingram. William Morgan, John Heston, David Call. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OFFICERS: Ed Williams, President; William Brown, Vice-President; David Toothman, Treasurer; Jim Pitcher, Secretary. Industrial Arts The Industrial Arts Club, a local organization with national affiliation through the American Vocational Association, had its beginning at Fairmont State in 1948. The main functions of the club are to develope attributes of the In- dustrial Arts technology beyond class activities, and bring together those involved in Industrial Arts Education, and their ideals and philosophies. All majors and minors of In- dustrial Arts Technology are eligible for membership. Art Club The Art Club, a newly formed organization for art majors and minors, meets every Tuesday at 8:00. Movies are shown at the meetings and members are allowed to work on their projects. The Art Club plans to affiliate itself in the coming year with Kappa Pi, a national art honorary. Mr. Thomas Richards, Miss Lillian Rhodes, and Mr. James Brooks are sponsoring the organization. Art Qub—WRSZ KOW: Michella Rock. Lillian Rhodes, Cassandra Bol- yard, Carolyn Jo Tibbs. M. A. Abruzzioro, Joy Lauk, Connie Oakes, Nan- cy Lee. Marilyn Shreve. Marsha Hand, Mr. Thomas Richards. SECOND ROW: Mr. Brooks, Bob Rosier, Peggy Hall, Don Stevens, Marc E. Elliott, J. James Klemick. Mary Jane Bowman. Nancy Lee Huilderman, Barbara McDowell, James Talbott, James Polanko. II Fashion Board Shown at the right are members of the Fairmont State College Mademoiselle fashion board. Sponsored by a lead- ing downtown store, the board is comprised of two girls from each campus sorority, as well as four independents. The board meets each month to discuss latest style trends on campus, as well as to learn of fashion developments in the New York and foreign markets. Last June the members appointed Karol Bitonti and a former member, Linda Bush, to represent the board during a week in the New York fashion market, as guest of the sponsor store. Freshman Counselors Freshman counselors ' freshman week is the time of action for the hard working group. Their membership includes the five Student Council elected officers and all past coun- selors who are in good standing concerning leadership, citi- zenship, and scholarship. The rest of the quota is open to anyone in the student body who qualifies. The final selec- tion is based upon academic standing, leadership, quali- ties, character, citizenship, and school service. 97KSZ ROW: Mrs. Lysbeth Huster. consultant.- Karol Bitonti, Phyllis Monell. Barbara Wilson. SSCON ' D ROW: Janet Orr. Tina Rigerio, Mari- anne Dilly, Sharon Barnett. ZMJR ' D ROW: Patricia Kovach. Janice Brock, Joann Parsons. Barbara Strother. FRESHMAN COUNSELORS: Dean Dillion. Ike Robinson, Monica Maseda. Phyllis Monnell. Ed Branham. Mr. Conrad. SSCOtfD ROW: Edgar Williams. Louise Waugerman. Elaine Herman, Judy Prozzillo, Jo Helen Pitrolo, Joyce Gibson, Peggy Reger, Karen Bitonti. Carol Ballah, Pinky De Luca, Larry Lawrence. ZHJR ' D ROW-. Jennie Straight, Janet Orr, Barbara Strother. Bar- bara McDowell, Susan Duvall. Judy Welty. Dianne Boyce. Judy Brisco. Mi- kell Wilson. Adella Luoto, Rick Toothman. 30URZHROW-. Phil Jimeno, Jim Ferrell, Larry Markham, Jim Varner, Jay Teacoach, Gale Bentz. Gary Gal- lucci, Julius Jimeno, Mike Overking. JJ3ZH ROW: Ron Millione, Mike Yam- bar, Mike Porter. Phillip Hatfield, Dennis Kellison, Mike Murphy, Smokey Lawson, Bob Speary. John Fultz. fs «. OFFICERS, Betty Stout. President; Patricia Skidmore, First Vice President; Brenda Winston, Second Vice President; Phyllis Newbrough, Secretary; Darby Handlen, Treasurer. Home Ec. Club Menc Membership in the Home Economics Club is open to students who are majors or minors in this field. This chapter is associated with the Am. Home Ec. Assoc. Music Educators Conference consists of members of the faculty and students who have a major or minor in music. The goal of the group is to better the understanding of music education through a varied and enlightening pro- gram of activities. JJKSZ WW, Barbara Life, Judy Liston. Elaine Herman. Gloria Herman. Carolyn Nottingham, Dick Wrachford. Charles Dryden, David Wright, Mary Ellen Havlichek. Sherie Burkholder. SSCOJW KOW. Phillip White, M ' ss Moody, Mr. Gregson, Mr. Wellock. Mykie Wilson. Patty Kovach. Evelyn Baker. Willa Jean Frazier. Libby Jean Paige. Robert Skidmore. Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi. an Education Honorary, was established at FSC in 1931. Requirements necessary for membership are leadership, scholarship and character. An overall three point average must be maintained including a three point average in the education field. Nurses The nursing program at FSC offers an intensive two-year curriculum culminating in an Associate of Science degree in nursing. The School of Nursing is approved by the American Col- lege of Surgeons and The American Medical Association. It also is accredited by the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses and the National League for Nursing. 7JKSZ KOW: Sally Satterfield. Connie McGinnis. Mary Ellen Cole. Joyce Rexrode. Roberta Harris. Judy Jackson. Jo Ann Carrico. Mari- lyn Noell. Cookie Staley. Cathy Vincent. Darlene King. SECOND KOW- Twyla Eye. Donna Ptomey. Beverly Pudder. Kerry Fultz. Patty Dean. Brenda Jones. Sheila Davis. Carol Johnson. Susan Annan. ZHJKD KOW-. Carol Hendershot. Mary Graziani. Vickie Martin. Mar- garet Nicewarner. Gerri Skeen. Karen Durnell. Susie Bennett. Alma Bartlett. Carla Boyer. 30UKZH KOW: Micky McDonnell. Frances Testa. Sharon Maltba. Judy Gulas. Carole Findley. Donna Scott. Jean Stull. Lynn Pullen, Sheila Poling. 131 Mound Staff Joyce Gibson, Editor-in-chief and Melvin Graham discuss one of the many pictures used in the centennial edition of Fairmont State ' s yearbook. Bob Morris. Sports Editor; Pam Underwood. Activity Editor; Melvin Graham. Editor; Joyce Gibson, Editor-in-chief; Gary Witschey, Ac- tivity Editor; and Bob Jacob. Sports Editor. Not Pictured are Bill Martin, Advertising; Patty Sawyer, Class Editor; Patti Haass, Greeks Editor; Carolyn Proudfoot, Greeks Editor; Eunice Bein, Art Editor. Cassandra Bolyard, Art Editor,- Marianna Winwick, Orga- nization Editor; Susan Yanero, Typist; Gale Bentz, Ass ' t. Class Edi- tor; Terry Arbogast, Photographer; and Margot Willis. Associate Editor. 132 QUjr (EfllmmtB Published periodically except during examinations and vacation periods by the students of Fairmont State College. Fairmont, West Virginia. Entered as second class matter December 18, 1894. under the act of March 3. 1879. at the Post Office, Fairmont, West Virginia, and re-entered under the act of June 6, 1900. Subscription included in activity fee. Publication by and for the Students of FSC Member of est ' ir i iiti PrcxM Axsoeiat ion Editor Managing Editor Society Editor Feature Editor Picture Editor Sports Editor Typist Cartoonist Business Manager Assistant Business Exchange Editor Photographer Reporters Cub Reporters STAFF Carolyn Cowger Patty Vandergrift Diane Kisner Linda Hall Linda Golden Bob Richard Beverly Phillips Cassandra Bolyard Karen Boyce Manager Diane Boyce Karen Kopshina Terry Arbogast Susan DuVall, Mary Frye. Joan Layman, Mike Whiteford Journalism Practice. Reporting Students Carolyn Cowger. editor, checks proof with sports editor. Bob Richards. ) 7 Staff members look over new issue of Columns 133 SPORTS S I If j « i t f I ' lMJ ' ft f M Good Actions Enable Us, And We Are the Sons of Our Own Deeds . t f wKk t, i r 136 s " r --- Fighting Falcons Has 7-1 Season The Fighting Falcons of Fairmont State College ended the 1966 football season with an impressive 7-1 record. In the first two games, FSC defeated Shepherd 45-7 and Glen- ville 30-7. In the home-opener the Falcons racked up a I 3-0 victory over Wesleyan. At homecoming Fairmont ran into an all round bad day, losing to Concord 58-20. Bouncing back the following week, the Falcons defeated Salem 21-6. FSC scored a 40-20 win over West Virginia Tech in an innovation for local sports fans, a double-header of football. Sharing the East-West Stadium with FSC that night was Fairmont Senior High School. In a final conference game, Fairmont defeated West Liber- ty 45-7. The final game was a non-conference contest in which FSC won over Central State of Ohio 28-14. Fair- mont ' s 7-1 record earned them second place in the WVIAC and sixteenth place in the NAEA national ranking. FSC 1966 FOOTBALL SQUAD- fast row-. Frank Zazloff, John Skidmore, Larry Blackstone, Michael Marra, Dave Dalton. John Huff. Sonny Bartic. Smitty Polhill Shockey Mayle. Stan Vlosich. Coach Jim Youngblood; second row-. Coach Bill Kerr, Ron Robison. George Shreyer, Jack Regan, Rick Merrill. Bill Brown. Larry Hill. Dave Williams. Marvin Williams Tom Swisherk, Matt Fortier. Coach Joe Bundy; third row-. Coach H. S. " Deacon " Duvall, Jim Goodnight, Mike Arnold, Barry Blackstone, Don Ickes. Bill Riggleman, Dwight Carpenter. Mark Tennant, Bill Ewusiak, Jim Cornelius. Jim Reynolds, Jim Mertens; fourth row-. Larry Moore, Roger Hill, Larry Rex- rode, Doug Taylor, Roy Michael, George Edwards, Charley Reese, Pat Baldree, Dave Coe, Joe Martray, Jim Kelly, John Kara, Tom Quickie. -. .. . ' ' - ' ' ■ A?:J 140 Fairmont State ' s Scores FSC 45 Shepherd 7 FSC 30 Glenville 7 FSC 13 W. Va. Wesleysn FSC 20 Concord 58 FSC 21 Salem 6 FSC 41 W. VA. Tech. 20 FSC 45 West Liberty 7 FSC 28 Central State, Ohio 14 142 4. A - «- F.S.C. Soccer Team: Sam Perry, Jim Ferrell, Jim Carpenter. Jerry Baughman. B ill Miller. Rich laquinta. Wayne Bitner. Bronson Reese. Jack Longstaff. Second tow-. Assistant Coach Bill Keatts, Gary Smith, Casper Boelcskevy. Bob Leitzel. Ed Gall. Jim Suter, Shurl Montgomery Bob Zahn. Domenick Poster, Assistant Coach Tom Capek, Coach Steve Steele. Soccer The Fairmont State Soccer Team once again had a rough season, showing only three wins to six losses. Teams from Frostburg, Alderson-Broaddus. and Davis and Elkins fell to the Falcon bruisers. Seniors Bob Leitzel and Jack Longstaff formed the back- bone of the team, and both were named all-conference. Although both Leitzel and Longstaff have graduated, Coach Steve Steele predicts a better season next year. WVU Frostburg Wesleyan Alderson-Broaddus Slippery Rock Wesleyan Davis and Elkins Alderson-Broaddus Frostburg Score FSC 8 2 1 4 3 1 3 4 4 1 5 2 2 S 6 4 3 144 v. - - ' • V - ' I FSC 1966 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-S sf WW, Larry Smith, Donald Mun- ger. Frank Piern. Jim Clark. Lindy Bennett, Charlie Wilson, Fred Way- bright, Mike Sines, Tommy Cool, Bill Roy, Ashley Everly. Rick Black- stone. Second row. James Salai. John Whitescarver. Gary Viney. John Pe- T t : ' , 4 i tro. Fred Haddix. Bill Meredith, Garfield Smith. Jim Wyant. Larry Arago- na, Ronnie Cicero. William Ponceroff, Fred Bowers. Bill Donohew. Terry Deremer. CROSS COUNTRY HAS 6-3 RECORD The Fairmont State Cross-Country team finished the 1966-67 sea- son with an impressive record of six wins and only three losses. The runners took three wins from West Liberty, two wins from Davis and Elkins, and one win from Concord. They lost twice to West Virginia Wesleyan and once to Waynesboro, Pa. This was the first season for Coach Bart Watson who expects to have an even better season next year since none of the runners were seniors. 146 Fairmont State cheerleaders Lydia Layman, Helen Vincent, Mykie Wilson, and Anna Marie Cinalli SPIRITED FALCON CHEERLEADERS Women ' s Hockey, first team: Marty Milbrada. Kathy Hosaflook. Vickie Brown, Kay Spidle, Charlotte Hugus, Barbara Day. Setord ww- Theresa Romberger. Bonnie Strawser. Lucy Fleming, Pat Schmidt, Ruth Silbaugh. Val Girone. Sue Christner, Louise Carberry. FSC FALCONETTES Each fall approxiamtely thirty college women participate in a full schedule of field hockey games. The season is preceded by an inter-collegiate clinic, sponsored by the Falconettes, at which instruction is provided by members of the Women ' s United State Field Hockey Team and by members of the Pittsburgh Field Hockey Association. Later, the Falconettes, being a participating club of the Pitts- burgh Association, make an annual trip to Chattam Col- lege in Pittsburgh for another clinic. Soon after, the sea- son officially begins with several matches scheduled from September to November with teams from neighboring col- leges. Although the Falconettes did not have a winning season this fall, next year ' s season should be much im- proved since most of the team now has a year of experi- ence. 148 Jf: Women ' s Hockey Scores F. S. C. 1 Salem 3 F. S. C. 1 Davis and Elkins 1 F. S. C. Davis and Elkins 4 F. S. C. 1 W. Va. Wesleyan 1 F. S. C. West Liberty 4 Woman ' s Hockey, second team: Susie Hilton. Jane Irwin, Shirley Nelson, Nancy Johnson, Jo Ann Du- coeur, Sharon Herzer, Diana Martin, Jane Thorne. Wrestling WRESTLING TEAM front row : Matt Fortier, Wayne Bitner, James Kelly. Charles Nicholson, Dave March- ette. Curtyss Thompson, Larry Radford. Second row-. Joe Saul, Bill Ponceroff, William Donohue, Dave Price. Dan McCrady, John Bunner. •! f !■ » ■»■ ' .) " g T 150 BASKETBALL Senior Dave Miller led the FSC Basketballers to another successful season. The Falcons sported a 22-4 record. In the West Virginia Conference Tournament the Falcons had to settle for the runner-up spot after losing the cham- pionship round to Morris Harvey. During the Salem game, Dave Miller broke the schools ' all- time scoring record. He was also named most valuable player in the WVIAC tournament. With Miller being the only senior, Coach Joe Retton should have a very successful season next year. SHRINE TOURNAMENT Score FSC Salem 95 99 Glenville 103 121 West Liberty 66 85 West Virginia Wesleyan 51 73 Central State University 59 68 Wheeling College 81 79 Alderson-Broaddus 90 120 Morris-Harvey College 88 84 West Liberty 84 88 Concord College 77 97 Wheeling College 71 96 Salem College 80 84 Glenville State College 70 100 Alderson-Broaddus 72 83 Morris-Harvey College 87 79 Salem College 89 96 West Viriginia Wesleyan 56 1 10 West Virginia Tech 64 93 Davis Elkins College 83 101 Beckley Junior College 80 94 California State College 69 88 West Virginia State 68 71 Glenville State 81 82 WEST VIRGINIA CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Davis S Elkins West Virginia Tech Morris-Harvey College 152 Ken Boring Rick Blackstone 153 Dave Shaffer Wayne Denham Ed Branham 15; Dave Miller Randy Pettigrew Don Prickett Bill Moody Denham, Moody, and Miller. Larry Walton m 4 - | Pat Sloan m i M$ wSSg % I H 1 !31 first row-. Ken Boring, Jim Carpenter, Kenny Harris. Jim Bumgardener. Tom Quickie, Al Foley, Jim Lemley, Bill Ewusiak, Ron Hetler ; Second row-. Squibb Wilson. Coach; Tom Schweitzer, Ron Robinson, Jim Mertins, Ray Sloan, Brent Phillips, Tom Church. Coach Joe Retton; Zhird WW-. Ted Dar- cus. Bill Keats. Shockey Mayle. John Retton, Terry Weaver, Roger Ful- mer, Stan Vlasick, Paul Warcholak. BASEBALL John Retton led the Falcon ' s diamond men to an outstanding sea- son record of ten wins and five losses. Retton hit for a .328 aver- age. Pitcher Tom Schweitzer, a lefthander, struck out a high 60 batters in 44 innings and capped four of six decisions. He was also tabbed all-WVC. Senior Ted Darcus, outfielder, completed his four-year career with four home runs and thirteen runs batted in. Darcus and catcher, Ron Robinson were all-league honorable men- tion selections. The Falcon ' s coached by W. R. (Squibb) Wilson, finished with the second spot in the Northern Division of the league. 159 first row. Larry Blackstone, Sam Perry, George Shereyer, Barry Blackstone, Marvin Williams. Larry Hill. Joe Pierri; second row. Bill Kerr, Coach: Bob Richards. Kenny Kuhl, Noel Lasure, Tom Jenkins. John Whitescarver, Bill Shuttlesworth. John Fultz, Bill Ewusiak, and Jim Rogers. TRACK 160 FSC GOLF TEAM: Dr. Taylor, Jim Mallamo. Ron Million, Bill Meredith. Bronson Reese. Steve Mikulski. Golf Team Aims High for ' 67 The 1966 was a year of experience for the young, Falcon golf team. Fielding a team of three sophomores and two freshmen, Fairmont still managed to break even in its head-to-head matches and also copped an upset second place in the North Central regional. Pacing the Falcon were returning lettermen Steve Mikulski and Ron Millione, while freshman newcomer Jim Mallamo proceeded to become the third major threat on the team. Rounding out the top five, were Bill Meredith, cool steady sophomore; and Bronson Reese, a promising freshman. But this team was aiming for 1967. With all of this year ' s lettermen returning and with a hopeful crop of talented freshmen, the FSC golf team is eyeing the WVIAC championship and a trip to Kansas. And until next year, one can still hear an occa- sional " Fore! Kansas City, here we come. " 161 TENNIS TEAM row one-. Tom Lopes, Dave Robertson, Pete Holt. Kow two: Lou Gargeuella, Dave Clark, Skip Campbell, Roger Bateman, Dennis Kramer, Deacon Duvall. TENNIS The Fighting Falcon Tennis Team enjoyed its best season with a rec- ord of eight wins and only two defeats. The netmen finished second in the WVIAC tournament, losing by only one point to conference champion Morris Harvey. Fairmont had all six men in the single bracket finals, with only Skip Campbell winning the crown in the fourth division. Campbell was state runner-up the preceeding two years. Dave Robertson and Tom Gargeuella capped the number three double crown, leading the team to its successful season. 162 Swimming Team. Tom Dorf. Lenny Minisero. Bob Shimp, Jay Dugan, Dennis Brown, and Sam Perry; Second WW: Joe Bundy. Coach; Bob Tasker. George Michael, Don Edwards. John Brown, and Steve Rexrode. SWIMMING TEAM 163 GREEKS There Is a Destiny that Makes Us Brothers. None Goes His Way Alone. HH Pm r jP 164 ' O ' -yw i i ■H 165 Seated L Armstrong. P. Laird, J. Kates, M. Strict. S. Emery, K. Bitonti, B. Knotts. S. Hess. J. Prozzillo, M. Herndon. Panhellenic Panhellenic is derived from two Greek words, " Pan " meaning all, and " Hellenic " meaning Greek. Thus, Panhel- lenic has come to mean an organization of all Greek letter fraternities for women. The Council is composed of repre- sentatives from each sorority. It ' s purpose is to govern the women ' s fraternal organizations. Inter Panhellenic The Council consists of two representatives from each of the sororities and fraternities on campus. Their purpose is to foster and promote a coopera- tive spirit between sororities and fraternities sponsoring the Holly Ball, Greek Week, and Song Fest. S. AL% Row h S. Clelland. K. Spidel. M. Martz. B. Strother. V. Riggenbach, Kow 2-. J. Kurczak, D. Slate, H. Hill. C. Donnely. J. Barniak. Kow 3-. G. Baker. J. Chadwell, D. Kellison. S. Hess, K. Bitonti, C. Weiss. 166 Song Fest The history of the Song Fest dates back to the spring of 1949 when it began as a competitive measuring stick among the sororities on campus. It was carried on in the spring of the following year but was dropped in 1951. Af- ter an alternating sequence of being presented, and not being presented, the Song Fest was revived by an invita- tion for the fraternities on campus to take part and com- pete under a men ' s division. Since that time the Song Fest has had continuous success, being presented every year except 1958. Below are the winners for the varjous years. Previous Winners . , . 0%. «t . " « « PT «»- i, mm m m pf ift ■ Gamma Chi Chi Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Delta Chi Alpha Delta Chi Tau Beta lota Gamma Chi Chi Tau Beta lota Gamma Chi Chi Tau Beta lota Sigma Sigma Sigma Tau Beta lota Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Tau Gamma Gamma Chi Chi Tau Beta lota Gamma Chi Chi Tau Beta lota Sigma Kappa Theta Xi Gamma Chi Chi Tau Beta lota Sigma Sigma Sigma Theta Xi 1949 1950 1952 1954 1955 1955 1956 1956 1957 1957 1959 1959 I960 I960 1961 1961 1962 1962 1963 1963 1964 1964 1965 1965 Tau Kappa Epsilon " Sixteen Tons " n f . m • ft u m f» m 9 f § a ® Gamma Chi Chi ' This could be the start of something 167 J. Addis C. Baney G. Bentz W. Carpente r Jr. C. Capet 1. Daniels M. Elliott B. Fluharty R. Fulmer D. Haines N. Hoffman P. Holt J. Horr R. Hurley R. Jacob €5 1 Jtk K Jk ± J% hk - . ?, W T. Jones W. Kirk. Jr. G. Law G. Layman D. Marchette J. Mariner M. Martin D. McCrum G. McCrum E. Mittong F. Orlosky L. Peterman J. Razes B. Schmidt J. Taylor J. Taylor 168 Sigma Pi Sigma Pi, national fraternity was founded in I 897 at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana. In Febru- ary of 1961 this national fraternity established a colony at Fairmont State. It was not until October 12,1 963 that this colony officially became Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Si gma Pi. Encouragement lurks A deserved rest for hard work, well done. ' We ' re sociable fellows! ' 169 ▲, r R. Atha W. Baber I G. Baker J. Bartlett C. Berry A. Bolyard C. Cox F. Currence J hm-Mn R. Dennison W. Dent J. DeVito L. Ellyson W. Fetty L. Friend R. Hall D. Hostutler N. Kallop D. Kendall R. Kisner J. Kurczak C. Lawson III R. Long B. McClung G. Messenger M. Oreskovich J. Pellegrin J. Pignanelli J. Potts J. Slatt N. Springer D. Toothman D. Wright £H 4 47 170 Suspense lingers during the Michigan-Notre Dame game! Fiesta time Sigma Tau Gamma Sigma Tau Gamma was founded June 28, 1929, upon the " desires and aspirations " of seventeen men attending the summer session of Central Missouri State College. Xi Chapter was installed at F.S.C. on March 23, 1929 fol- lowing petition from Kappa Psi Xi. Homecoming Float ' 66 171 R. Amos J. Asterino B. Bailey J. Belota J. Branham J. Chadwell J. Cinalli D. Cimino L. Cutrone D. DeLuca P. Dennison C. Diaz J. Ferrell R. Ferrise C. Fetchero W. Wilburn E. Williams P. Wilt J. Yerkovick D. Hardy J. Helm G. Hillberry P. Jimeno T. Laughlin L. Lawrence D. Marchesani W. Martz Jr. W. Mason S. Mikulski C. Parker Jr. M. Porter C. Reese D. Rote D. Slate to ...A 172 36-22-36 Hut! TBI piieup mil isP 31 i Tau Beta lota Tau Beta lota, the first fraternity on campus, was founded in 1 926 to promote a form of organization for athletes on campus. It is considered the great, great grandfather among fraternities on campus. Measuring up to the Greek letters 173 S. Bartic D. Bolton F. Burky D Capps J. Carpenter J. Cheatham J. Cornelius C. Cottrill W. Criss W. Ewusiak W. Futten E. Gall M. Glendenning C. Hamilton R Hawkins R. Hetler D. Howard R laquinta F. Lucente J. Mallamo L. Markham L. McCartney J. Mertens D. Neff m ■ At MA -7 -s « " I - raHHkfli ■n n Hk f «H jtttk. is 1 F. Pachuta D. Poster J. Reagan D. Rogers J. Rote J. Sago G. Smith J. Smith E. Stalnaker M. Stalnaker D. Stone J. Vassar S. Vlosick C. Weiss £ 4t % J H ' j .- V 1 J 174 Let s bomb Louie! Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest international fraterni- ty for men, was founded on January 10, 1909. The Zeta Sigma chapter was organized on the local cam- pus in 1948 and became the Theta Delta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon in 1959. TKE lineup! Usual morning at table 175 D. Angebranndt R. Augustine D. Bevan. Jr B Beveridge R. Bcwermaster G Burner S. Close R. Colombo K. Dean J. Dugan M. Felton L. Gargarella W. Gibson W. Glover W. Hager L. Hill J. Ice B. Jones D. Kellison R. LeMasters J. Longstaff J. Marple D. Martin J. McCue Jr. W. Miller D. Munger M. Murphy W. Musgrave M. Noechel S. Perry m I • fi mm,M , M$MdL.s , ft ft ' A ft At Jl Am Mm dml MM .. ■ Jl P ' -. - ! ,. ■ ' • : Jl 1 4 i ' . ' ' ' H f 1 Ji SNfe ■■;.■ 1 il Jt i sa f 8 c jfe4t;jh J 4. to :J| f! , JkA W L. Radford B. Richard R. Skinner R. Spery G. Smith III J. Strosnider R. Tasker J. Teacoach L. Torchia T. Tricot T. Veach M. Williams J. Williams E. Worden 176 Plans in the making " iail E " Theta XI Theta Xi was organized on campus in January 1928 when Omicron Pi was organized at Fairmont State. Omicron Pi was later initiated nationally with Kappa Sigma Kappa a national social fraternity. In August 1962, Kappa Sigma Kappa and Theta Xi fraternities merged. Theta Xi was nationally founded on April 29, 1864, at Rensselear Polytechnic Institute. Troy, New York to devel- op a spirit of enduring fellowship and to render free and energetic participation in social and all college activities. 9i No. our team has 40% fewer cavities! Studying diligently in the Nickel 177 S. Auberle E. Baker S. Beil S. Black J. Bryan J. Burchett H. Burns L. Bush P. Cottrill D. DeGarmo tffel 1 C. Evans 1 Ti M. Feltz ' K. Harper . H. Hill J. Kilmer B. Knotts B. Konick C. Leep M. Maseda C. Matthews M. Noell J. Parsons M. Reger B. Stonestreet M. Strick S. Thomas D. Van Meter J. Walker J. Welty D. Williams B. Wilson 178 Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta was established on the Fairmont State College Campus on February 11, 1963. It formally was the Alpha Delta Chi local sorority. ' It ' s leaf raking time! " ?■] v [ PI Pledge Class ' 66 1 • " Home, home on the range 179 K. Spidile B. Strother J. Tetrick S. White J. Wilmoth S. Brown D. Christian M. Dilly K. Doll M. Emerson S. Emery L Hawkins P. Horky P. Lohse M. Milbrada C. Nickolson P. Oberle C. Phillips E. Phillips J. Post S. Powell P. Retton V. Riggenbach Pledge Class ' 66 180 Delta Zeta Delta Zeta was the first National Sorority in the United States. Delta Sigma Epsilon and Delta Zeta merged in 1956 making Delta Zeta the largest sorority in the nation. In 1947 Delta Sigma Epsilon Chapter was reinstated on the FSC campus. In 1956 Delta Sigma Epsilon became Delta Zeta with the Epsilon lota Chapter at FSC. Keeping up with the news 4 181 L. Armstrong C. Ballah J. Briscoe D. Castellini S. Clelland C. Cowger P. Dean D. DeBlasio C. Fredrick B. Jones D. Kisner C. LeMasters I -■■■ Wtm S I P. Tennant M. Tiano D. Webner P. Mahalict: M. Martz N. May B. McDowell S. Messmore P. Monell K. Morrison N. Pollock A. Ryan B. Sachetti R. Strosnider L. Sturm 182 . M i : J-. i Pledge Class ' 66 Phi Mu Phi Mu National Sorority, the second oldest college organization for women, was established last year on campus by affiliation with Gamma Chi Chi, first sorority on Fairmont State Campus. Phi Mu was founded on March 4, I 852 at Wesley College in Macon, Georgia. It has over 90 collegiate chapters, while national membership has doubled since 1942. Alice In Wonderland Chit-chat! 183 A , wi£ ' ■ir ft. ' : :: ' Jl IKa k L. Askew J. Barniak S. Bolton B. Brown L. Corbin L. Dowell K. Forte D. Gain J. Gibson L. Golden L. Hall M. Hern don P Hibbs K. Hosaflook P. Laird M. Larosa P. LaRue D. Linn S. Minton N. Newcome J. Orr S. Reckord M. Schoonover C. Smith G. Valentine K. Watkins M. Wilmoth Pledge Class ' 66 184 ' Take me home! ' ' Sigma Kappa Sigma Kappa was founded in 1874 at Colby Col- lege in Waterfield, Maine. Delta Phi Chapter came to this campus in 1959. Previously, it was Sigma Theta Rho, which was established on this campus in 1929. Wait. wait, wait.— That ' s all we seem to do here! Sigma Seven 185 P. Alonso J. Arthur M. Berdine K. Bitonti J. Bock A. Cinalli D. Clovis M. DeLuca L. Finoche N. Ford S, Fox S. Hess M. Juraska P. Kovack L. Layman M. Tatterson A. Tennent M. Wilson L. Work N. Lee J. Livingstone C. Louden A. Luoto L. Martino S. McGaskin J. Monell P. Piscitelli J. Pitrolo J. Prozzillo R. Reese J. Robertson S. Shafer C. Spencer N. Strong 186 Pledge Class ' 66 Z ?1 s Window Display Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded on April 20, 1898, at Farmville State Normal School, the present Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. Formally Tau Tau Tau, a local sorority, Alpha Kappa Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was established on May 30, 1930, as the first national sorority on the campus of Fairmont State. Jungle Fever ' Happiness " 187 Greek Week Queen f 66 Miss Merry Lynn Larosa ol SIGMA KAPPA Miss Rayette Dippolito of DELTA ZETA Holly Ball Queen ' 66 Donna Sue Ptomey, Cheryl Nicholson Susan Hess. Jennie Bryan, Leslie Armstrong. Queen Rayette, Carol Ballah, Charlotte Leep, Janet Orr. and Nanci Smith. 189 Fairer Side of Greeks IK ' s on the warpath Campus beauties " Happiness ' A day awaited 190 FRAT SWEETHEARTS 1 II Orchid Kay Whiteman TBI Sweetheart Barbara Wuerker TKE Sweetheart Linda Durazio Hall STr White Rose Patricia Sailor Theta Xi Sweetheart Roberta Strosnider 191 FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE officially opened the Centennial on January 6 with dramatic ceremonies, speeches and cannon salutes. 192 Centenn Lies in F By FANNIE HOFFMAN West Virginian Staff Writer (Fairmont State ' College canter- ed a new year and its second century of progress this morn- ing with the roaring of cannon, the applause of students and the rousing music of the school band. Several hundred stud ents massed in front of the Ad- ministration Building at 9 a.m. to hear Dr. Eston K. Feaster and other speakers sum up the first 100 years of the college and look forward to the next 100 years. Dr. Feaster, in comparing the Observance df this 100th anni- FSC Launches 100th Birthday versary with that of a 100-year- old individual, pointed out that In the case of the individual the emphasis would be on toe past, whereas the past is only a prelude to the future where the college is concerned. Program Given The real significance of the college centennial, he said, iics not in the past but in the fu- ture, not in past achievements and memories but in its poten- tial for f iff ' thar progress and achievement. Conducted by Wesley Grag- son, director, the FSC band opened the program with the playing of the Invergiil march. This was followed by one of three cannon salutes by the Theta Xi Civil War signal cannon, an appropriate firing piece for the celebration since it, too, is at least 100 years old. The cannon, which mea- sures not much more than two feet from stem to stern, was acquired by the frater- nity about two years ago. Opens With Prayer Dean Paul V. Yost, after a few welcoming words, intro- duced the Rev. Rodger Hughes, who gave the invocat i o n. Father Hughes is an assistant at St. Peter ' s Catholic Church and director of the Newman Foundation. Eugene W. Satterfield, presi- dent of the Alumni Association, in his address, urged the stu- dents to remember their col- lege and continue as active alumni after they have ceased to be active students, add i n g that in this way they can con- tribute toward the next 100 years of progress 1 at the col- lege. Carry your centennial en- thusiasm with you " was the theme of a brief talk given by Ike Robinson, president of the FSC Student Body. In this way, he told his fellow stu- dents, your enthusiasm will carry your Centennial. " Robinson ' s talk was follow- ed by a short tableau in whieh- two students dressed in 1867 costume handed a scroll, re- presenting 100 years of col- lege tradition, to Mr. and Miss Freshman of 1967. The 1867 student miss was represented by Linda Hall, dressed in crinoline, bonnet and shawl. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alpha B. Hall of 101 Lamont Court. Her male counterpart was Robert Snider of Grafton, attired in 1867 top hat, frock coat and pants, and sporting a mustache and side- burns. Mr. and Miss Freshman o f 1967 were Albie Cross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Cross of 1112 Westmont Road, and Vickie Moninger of Follansbee. The third and final can n o n salute brought the program to a stirring finish. 193 FAIRMONT STATE ' S CENTENNIAL got off to a " bang " as the Civil War cannon belonging to Theta Xi Fraternity fired a round officially opening the year ' s celebration. Centennial Events January 6 February I I February 28 March 19 April I April 12 April 18-21 Kick-off— FSC I 00th Anniversary Solo and Ensemble Music Festival Centennial Band Concert with Clinic Dedication of New Fine Arts Building Letterman ' s Alumni Centennial Banquet Seminar Featuring Dr. Lester Kirkendall of Oregon State Univ. Centennial Production of " CAMELOT " by drama and music depts. 194 Centennial Events cont. April 28 May I I June 2-3 July 2 October 2 I W. Va. State Arts Association Meeting and Exhibit Centennial Recognition Assembly Centennial Concert featuring Leyna Gabriele Pisa, Met. Opera Star and FSC Alumni Centennial Year Graduation Exercises and 50th Anniversary Reunion of Class of 1917 All-Faiths Choir Concert Centennial Homecoming PASSING THE SCROLL signifying the growth of Fairmont State College during the past 100 years are representatives of past and present. Dressed as students of 100 years ago are Robert Snider and Linda Hall. Vicky Monniger and Albert Cross, Mr. and Miss Freshman, accept the scroll as students of 1967. BE ACTIVE ALUMNI suggests Eugene Satterfield, president of FSC Alumni Association during the open- ing of the Centennial program. CENTENNIAL REDCOAT BAND f-SC BIRTHDAY CAKE constructed by members of the Industrial Arts Club If lA A OkaJJuLoju CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE ADVERTISING HANDO ' S 1 Your Station RESTAURANT j Fighting Falcon Sports FINE FOODS AT WMMN EAST SIDE AND 920 KC CBS WEST SIDE Music for Modern America IN Fairmont, W.Va. 363-9408 The Finest Spaghetti 363-9720 Does the light really go off when you close the refrigerator door? It really does. But even if it didn ' t, it would hardly make a difference in your electric bill. That ' s because the price you pay for electric service is so low, it ' s one of the best bargains you can get. Nothing else does so much and costs so little. Today, while the cost of nearly everything else has been going up, the price you pay per kilowatt-hour for your electric service is less than it was just a few years ago. And the in- vestor-owned electric light and power com- panies intend to keep benefits like that going right on into the future, too. You ' ve got good things going for you with service by the people of your electric company. Monongahela Power J Part of the Allegheny Power System A MAN CAN GROW - W faep 0 ? 6row ng WITH OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY Ours is a growing company — and we can grow together in fields where a man has ample opportunity and room to carve out a satisfying Life-time career. We offer you stability that is inherent in the business of manufacturing and distrib- uting a variety of goods, continually being broadened by the development of new products reaching new markets. You can enjoy the advantages that come from association with a company which is outstanding in reputation and prestige in its field. You can benefit from a training program that has proved its worth to a large number of young men during the past several years as we have expanded our operations. You can have the security to be found in an organization where men stay and grow with a growing company, where there are liberal life and health insurance plans, and solidly established retirement plans. OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY LINES INCLUDE: Duraglas bottles and jars • Closures Plastic containers • Plastic fitments Corrugated paper shipping boxes Multiwall bags • Kraft paper for boxes Glass television bulbs • Glass tubing Glass rod • Electrical insulators Laboratory glass • Vials • Ampuls Libbey Safedge tumblers and stemware Glass block • Hardwood panels and doors We are interested in qualified young men with either technical or non-technical back- grounds for training in sales, production management or general engineering. We invite those interested to write directly to: Director, Selection of Specialized Personnel MAKERS OF @ PRODUCTS O WENS Illi NOIS Glass Container Division plant • fairmont, west virginia 199 1 . WORKING MAN S ST r, cr ■ V ■ « — - , — —»-.. - f ifisH Kl£ 5 1 m »---. i Sfc i %. " ! r MI32MM JJMIIl aSSilSS 1 VnMii CAMPUS DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND! MEN OF FAIRMONT STATE— our College Shop was designed with YOU in mind — and you ' ll find proof positive that you don ' t have to be a B.M.O.C. (Big Man On Currency) to dress like a V.I. P. (Victori lui Personnus) when you see our big wonderful selections. CLARKSBURG FAIRMONT ADAMS at MONROE in FAIRMONT HARTLEY ' S The Complete Department Store Serving the People of the Monongahela Valley for 88 Years Our Congratulations to the Class of " 65 Fairmont W.Va. Phone 363-3600 201 College Lunch Pork and Faye Henderson ' Good Things to Eat and Drink ' ' 7 I 8 Locust Avenue Fairmont, West Virginia Phone 363-9451 Fairmont Printing Company, Inc. 2 10 Ogden Avenue Fairmont, W. Va. Phone 363-8500 Compliments of On Fairmont ' s Busiest Corner— " Golden Corner ' Fairmont, W. Va. Serving the People for 44 Years COMMUNITY BANK AND TRUST Fairmont. West Virginia The Bank With the Open Door ' " Complete Line of Office Furniture and Office Supplies " Sales and Service on All Equipment Downtown Gift Center ADAMS OFFICE SUPPLY 101 Adams Street Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 GROSSMAN JEWELERS 2 I 6 Adams St.— One Door North of City National Bank Your Charge Account Invited FAIRMONT COKE WORKS COMMUNITY FOODLAND 303 Merchant Street LEVINE ' S Men ' s Wear and Women ' s Wear 323 Adams Street Phone 366- 1 62 I Fairmont, West Virginia Compliments of McCRORY 218-220 Adams Street 202 SYMBOL OF SERVICE HOPE NATURAL GAS COMPANY Serving Homes, Industries and Institutions in West Virginia DIVISION OF CONSOLIDATED GAS SUPPLY CORPORATION SHARP-HAMILTON MENS STORE INC. " THE MAN ' S STORE " Home of Nationally Known Brands I 20 Adams Street Fairmont, W. Va. MARION PAPER DISTRIBUTORS OF PAPER PRODUCTS AND SANITARY SUPPLIES FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA Office and Warehouse Sixth Street and Beltline Telephone 363-6500 203 VOGUE SHOP FAIRMONT ' S Most Fashionable Shop PARKETTE 363-9651 Bellview Blvd. Education and Communication _ for World Unity The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of W. Va. STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY • Furniture • Appliances • Floor Coverings • Household Goods Phone 363-8200 321—325 Jackson Street Fairmont, W. Va. Hermosilla ' s Men ' s Shops 309 Madison Street Fairmont, W. Va. 363-287 1 Market Street Mannington, W. Va. 986-1010 STAUD ' S FAMILY RESTAURANT " Specializing in Home Cooked Foods " I 40 I Speedway Phone 366-407 1 Hours 6 a.m. -2 a.m. JOHNNYS SPORT SHOP COMPLETE LINE HUNTING, FISHING AND SPORTING SUPPLIES TROPHIES IN STOCK ENGRAVED IN 24 HOURS 1512 Locust Ave. Phone 363-2820 Fairmont, W. Va. WE ARE PROUD to Have Supplied Quality Materials Throughout the Years Toward the Growth of FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE One of Our Finest Community Assets FAIRMONT WALL PLASTER CO. 20 I Fairmont Ave. I I I Tenth Street Phone i66-2000 204 UPSON ' S SINCE 1906 ' And Still the Best Place to Shop ' FAIRMONT. W. VA. Your Charge Account Invited Phone: 363-6800 PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS RAWLINGS OPTICIANRY Finest Eyewear in Fashion and Quality Nothing You Buy . . . Costs So Little . Yet Gives You So Much FAIRMONT HOTEL WE INVITE YOU TO SAY ' CHARGE IT " AT JONES! FAIRMONTS FINE STORE OF FASHION! WE GIVE, WE REDEEM VALUABLE S£H GREEN STAMPS The Big One-Stop Shopping Center In Downtown Fairmont Phone 363-3100 205 BELMONT MOTOR INN £ REST. Catering Service to Dorms and Banquet Service Phone 363-5300 Where Students Like to Dine Before § After Campus Activities LAFAYETTE RADIO ASSOCIATE STORE Hi-Fi— Stereo— CB Radios Tape Recorders 5 I Locust Avenue Phone 366-0545 —Come In and Browse Around — KUNGENSMITH MUSIC Fairmont. W.Va. S6i- 600 PIANOS g ORGANS BAND INSTRUMENTS •Baldwin ' Leblanc •Lowery Olds •Wurlitzer ' Selmer " MUSIC MAKES YOUR HOUSE A HOME " ALCAN ALUMINUM CORPORATION An Aluminum Limited Company Fairmont, West Virginia " ' iniii, ALCAN wd)uck $ G to the graduating class 9 Ihings go r th Coke 206 FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN FAIRMONT " Friendly Bank " MEMBER OF F.R.B. § F.D.I.C. ANTHONY CHEVROLET COMPANY Marion County ' s Volume Dealer ' 740 Fairmont Avenue Fairmont, W.Va. Phone 366-3500 City National Bank of Fairmont, W.Va. Member FDIC r FULL KETTERING BAKING CO. Bakers of BUTTER-NUT BREAD Johnny ' s Sport Shop Complete Line Hunting. Fishing And Sporting Supplies Trophies In Stock Engraved In 24 Hours Phone 363-2820 Fairmont, W. Va. MOUNTAINEER COAL COMPANY Division of Consolidation Coal Company Fairmont, W. Va. 207 FAIRMONT AMERICAN LAUNDRY ONE HOUR DRY CLEANING Across From Fairmont Theater Phone 366-0530 One Stop Service YOUR COSMETIC HEADQUARTERS ' BEST GRAYS WISHES CLASS Cut Rate Store OF The 1967 MOUND Staff FAIRMONT-MORGANTOWN-PARKERSBURG ' 67 " would like to thank those who are often unnoticed and unheralded. These are the faithful advertisers whose WE YOUR COSMETIC HEADQUARTERS interest and cooperation APPRECIATE FOUNTAIN have helped make the production YOUR Cut Rate Stores of this yearbook possible. BUSINESS CLARKSBURG-ELKINS-WESTON BOOSTERS Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Domalik Joyce Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Graham Melvin K. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Graham Dr. Claude S. Lawson, Jr. Claude S. 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