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8fevfi j| FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE A PEOPLE PLACE SlsfeJS — - S ' ■ -,v ! H m -r- .-W , -gn, V % kt « S P| ' I " ««, FAIRMONT STATE CDLLEGE LIBRARY MOUND STAFF Editor-in-Chief Mary Ellen Paugh Business Managers John Kight Cindy Stephenson Art Editor Pam Spurlock Activities Editor Sharla Evans Sports Editor Pat McMillen Greek Editors Rod Burnsworth Organization Editor Diana Bucklew Class Editor Donna Latusek Asst Mary Skinner £6 Jk. A THE MOUND FAIRMOUNT STATE COLLEGE Fairmont, West Virginia Volume 65 Nineteen Hundred Seventy Five TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . 1 Activities l s Sports . . .63 Greeks ... 11 5 Organizations . .139 Administration Faculty .152 Classes .170 Advertising . . . .° . .210 Index . .228 Credits . .232 5- 36416 1 1 ■■■■■■ Ml f ■ ■ : - " -niiiiiBMi M i ' Br i H« k?r H J , J 1 The changing of the leaves called us away from our fun — back to the books, and back to FSC. ! ' ' «£ B1 fTmT ■ 1 II faffi . " ' l_- r J 1 » ?ffl p ' » ' ;.-■ " - ' - ' ■V The scene was still the same, the hills and the walks to classes — And with the memory of summer still fresh in our minds — there was time for play. The bright autumn days called in Homecoming and we all gathered to watch the spectacle under the blue skies and we danced under the star-lit night. ■JL§ %tmr I 10 The places where we studied and lived began to take on new dimensions. 11 R70 I I ,::: - ' - .-_ w r «3 12 And playing and studying turned into hard work as we competed with others. 13 %J : v 14 But in spite of all of this — there was still time to stop and look around . . . 15 At the people of FCS I Vr - - - " -TtP " 16 V , jr ■--. m ps X- , 18 19 20 21 22 23 FACULTY. 2 ' nsr IWtfa W ' o KEEP I FACULTY OAD " lMr 24 NO EATING OR DRINKING IN STUDY ROOMS. NO PLAYING CARDS. ALULi y PADi i R CLOSED ZONE r NG 25 WVIAC ACTION IN CHARLESTON TOURNAMENT 26 133416 27 ALL-AMERICAN BILL " BUBBA " LINDSEY 28 29 32 FRESHMAN ORIENTATION Freshman orientation is a start; a good beginning for a bad ending. It is the kindergarten of college, a place where students can slaughter student co uncil members. It ' s a time to meet new friends, peers, classmates; It ' s a place to begin. 33 Homecoming 1 974 . the emotional yells of the cheerleaders; the pageantry of the band in march formation . . . 34 HOMECOMING 1974 . . the attentive crowd: students, alumni, parents, faculty, fans; and the determined players, inching their team closer and closer to the goal line . . . 35 . . the coronation of Queen Susan Gouzd and the concert featuring " Barefoot Jerry " highlighted the Homecoming activities . . . 36 . . . and then the annual Homecoming dance, featuring " Trust " with B. E. Taylor. 37 LITTLE MISS BSU The first annual Little Miss Black Student Union pageant was held October 19 in Wall- man Hall. " Little Miss BSU " was crowned by student coun- cil president Marvin Stewart. 38 SCIENCE DAY The Fairmont State College science stu- dents assisted area grade school students as they participated in lab activities on campus. 39 THE DEAN SCOTT SHOW A near capacity crowd marked FSC students ' enthusiasm at the per- formance of the Dean Scott Show in Wallman Hall on September 16. Appearing with Scott was Bobby Bradshaw. Bringing back memories of the 1950 ' s, Scott portrayed such charac- ters as Elvis Presley, " typical teenager, " " Sergeant Pig " and Ray Charles in the concert. 40 MISS FSC Diane Dunlap was crowned Miss FSC at the annual pageant held in Wallman Hall. Miss FSC is judged on poise, personality and beauty. 41 FAIRMONT STATE CHEERLEADERS i-j 43 THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE October 10 marked the opening of the 1 974-75 season of the Masquers with " The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. " The three-act drama, written by Jay Presson Allen, was adopted from the novel by Muriel Spark. The story takes place at a girls ' school during the 1930 ' s in Edinbor- ough, Scotland. It concerns a teacher and the effect her private life and teaching life has on her students. 44 . 45 THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS The second major production of the Masquers for the year was powerfully dramatic " The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-ln-The-Moon Marigolds, " a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Paul Zindel. It has also won the Obie Award and the New York Drama Crit- ics Circle Award as Best American Play of the 1970-71 season. 4 6 A ■ v 1 ;■:;;:- ' : ;! ' . ? ,, ,. At 4 % t iJM ;, ' .wl| ■F P» " ■ vj Hi " Life ' B— ■■ Hli ? Ip i fk a - j— 11;- , ixR 5?g 5 S3 ' ' v Sb1 K ' ' ■■ra If rat) 1 ' iMri HW- ill ifiaa . -T " ™ " " . i: --■■ Ei . .- ■ „• ■■■-■■.. The play was a powerful and moving study of an embittered, vindicative widow and her two young daughters. It has been hailed as one of the most sig- nificant and effective plays of our time. 47 OUR TOWN Second semester Masquer productions began with Thornton Wilder ' s " Our Town " on February 20-22. The three-act drama won the 1938 Pulitzer Prize as a Broadway production. The play was set in a small town in New Hampshire in the early 1900 ' s. It centered around life in the typical town, including birth and death. 4 3 49 SERENDIPITY The final major production for the Masquers was " Serendipity, " billed as a " play for children ages 8 to 80. " The word " serendipity " means to discover things valuable or agreeable which were not sought for. The play consisted of several short segments of various sto- ries and fables. 50 51 ARTS Ceramics students examine the results of recent pottery firing in preparation for the art sale which was held December 15-19. The art students were allowed to submit any amount of work to the art sale. The works had to pass the student and faculty review board with stress on craftsmanship. 52 53 SONG Sigma Sigma Sigma won the sorority division of the 1975 Song Fest with their rendition of " The Entertainer. " Nancy Brookover directed their perform- ance. SONG FES T 75 S.i FEST Tau Kappa Epsilon took top honors in the fraternity division of 1975 Song Fest by performing " Ride the Chariot in the Morning. " They were directed by Larry Puccio. 55 COLLEGIATES Collegiates, practicing here for their annual spring tour, is the Fairmont State College touring choir. The 46-member choir represented Fairmont State for recruiting purposes to several high schools. 56 1 THE COLUMNS The " Columns " is the Fairmont State College newspaper publication. It is staffed entirely by FSC students and is funded by student fees and advertising. 57 58 59 THE MOUND The MOUND is the Fairmont State College yearbook, published annually for the FSC stu- dents. Its staff is entirely FSC students, journal- ism and non-journalism. 60 ' i . H| 61 62 SPORTS: AN INDIVIDUAL STUDY Football, being a game of people, is a combination of diverse personalities that makes the game what it is. The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, that certain charisma which one associates with the people involved — from an obnoxious drunk in the stands to the most inconspicuous coke seller to the star quarterback of the team. These individuals are strongly counted on, as no one group can stand alone. In no way is the following photo essay meant to pro- mote football as the sport of Fairmont State. It is meant to represent the individuals involved in any sport: appearing as actors may be the coaches and athletes; the spectators, band, cheerleaders, and program hawk- ers, much as the audience. Perhaps, may it be the other way around? The stage is now set, and if you like, decided for yourself. 64 :Tt V :. ' -,- " ■ ,«■■ ■ V FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — ROW 1 : Terry Galambus, John Jones, Brad Clayton, Hero Lamoert, M.ke Skinner, Mike Maximin, Dave Drummond, Bob Horba ck, Larry Goodine. ROW 2: Tony Monday, Jim Boyd, Joe DeBransky, Miller Hall, John Sedera, Bruce Rechichar, Bruce Lawson, Bill Stewart, Rich Winans, Jim Russell. ROW 3: Chuck Miller, Dennis Shaffer, Brian Swisher, Mike Workman, Doug Kiser, Rick Guyaux, Lambert Echols, Duke West and Ken Kern. For the second straight year, the Fighting Falcons emerged victorious in the second Annual Shrine Bowl at Parkersburg, by beating the Concord Mountain Lions, 30-6. Fullback Mike Maximin, who broke the all-time FSC career rushing record, was selected as the game ' s most valuable offensive player. Maximin accounted for 1,103 yards rushing this season and has 2,174 career yards. Sophomore linebacker, Bruce Lawson was cho- sen as the most valuable Defensive Player. Larry Goodine, the junior split end from Miami, Flo- rida, established a new single season receiving mark with 48 catches for 734 yards and seven touchdowns. The Falcon defense did a fine job this season, but really came to life as a unit the final two games against West Liberty and Concord. 1 974 was a good year for Falcon football, but with only five players graduating the future looks even brighter. The entire offensive backfield returns in ' 75, while the defense returns almost intact. With the experienced personnel returning, Fairmont State appears to be the team to beat in the WWC next year. 65 1974 FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE FINAL FOOTBALL STATISTICS (7 Wins 4 Losses) Team Statistics FSC C Total First Downs 1 77 Rushing attempts 533 ' Yards gained rushing 1735 1 Rushing avg. per game 157.7 13 Passes attempted 216 Passes completed Passes intercepted Passing avg. per game Total net offense Punts average Fumbles lost Times penalized yards 118.1 122.3 3035 2900 64 30.4 64 33.9 21 9 25 15 66 67 FSC 7 Shepherd FSC 34 Bluefield 14 FSC 7 Edinboro, Pa. 12 FSC 13 Wesleyan 7 FSC 34 State 12 FSC 7 Glenville 27 FSC 24 Salem 14 FSC 7 Ashland, O. 28 FSC 15 Concord 22 FSC 17 West Liberty Shrine Bowl 7 FSC 30 Concord 6 68 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS FRONT, ROW 1 : Mark Brugnoli, Jeff Earley, Dale O ' Neil, Frank Elfrey, Vince Pecora, Mike Moore, Maurice Smith, Steve Bohus. ROW 2: Trainer Terry Brake, Rodney Cochran, French Barnett, Ken Mason, Ronnie Wright, John Lee, Bob Tiedemann, Larry Overstreet, Bob Collins, Mike Giovannoni. ROW 3: Coach Larry Hill, Gino DiGiorgi, Don Payne, Bill Csonka, Martin Miller, Allen Blomberg, Terry Parker, Steve Freeland, Head Coach Bill Kerr. ROW 4: Greg Sams, Paul Starcher, Mike Hanlon, Norman Celaschi, Asst. Coach Gary McCutcheon, Asst. Coach, Bill Haddox. 69 SOCCER AT FAIRMONT STATE 70 ™ SIS ' ' » It ' 71 WOMEN ' S FIELD HOCKEY Coach Jean Ward ' s Varsity hockey team finished the season at 2-7-1, while the junior varsity ended up at 1-2-0. The varsity ' s only victories of the season came against Wesleyan, and Indiana, Pa. Their best effort came against Wesleyan, as they out-goaled their opponent 4-1 . The junior varsity ' s lone victory came against Davis and Elkins by a score of 1-0. .•flk;s«Ss « 72 73 CROSS COUNTRY Coach Bart Watson ' s cross country squad came within five points of a fourth-place finish in the WVIAC this past season. The FSC harriers finished fifth in the annual con- ference meet, accumulating 1 27 points, which placed them fifth among the eight-team contend- ers. Freshman standout Okey Clevenger, a star per- former from Doddridge High School, placed 16th in the meet with a time of 29:05 to pace the Falcon running game. Other Fairmont runners placing were James Brit- ton 23rd, Tom Helmick, 24th, Captain Rob Steele, 36th, Dale Rexroad, 39th, and Gary Brewer, 42nd. Coach Watson, who has retired as head mentor, described the 1974 campaign as a " frustrating one. " This was mainly due to absences he did not expect. 74 75 FALCON ' S DEFENSE, OFFENSE BOAST VICTORIOUS SEASON With only one senior returning from last year ' s basketball powerhouse, not many people believed that Coach Joe Retton could turn this youthful team into the runaway team it was in the West Virginia Conference. Excellent play from Lindsey, a pre-season Ail- American choice, along with sophomore sensa- tions Dave Moore and Daryl Gainey propelled the Falcons to an early, almost perfect 20-1 record. Then came the outcome of the game heard around the nation. It was a Monday night, and after the ball game with Beckley, the Falcons came up on the short end. The Blue Hawks upset the Fal- cons for their first conference defeat. Three days later the Fairmont cagers stumbled to their second WVC loss. From that point on, FSC surged to a 7-1 ledger and an overall 27-4 mark. Fairmont breezed through the West Virginia Conference Tournament quite convincing. Coach Retton ' s cagers nailed down Concord, Beckley and Shepherd, thus giving the maroon and white their third consecutive berth as District 28 representa- tives at Kansas City. The number two polled Falcons captured two early victories before bowing out in the prestigious small-college tournament. 76 COACH JOE RETTON Coach Retton, just completing his 1 2th season as head basketball at FSC, has compiled an unbelievable 31 3 wins and only 53 losses. Since coming to Fairmont State in 1 963, Retton ' s teams have never won less than 21 games in a year, and that was in his first season. The Falcons have become a regular among the NAIA ' s top ten and on three occasions Retton ' s cagers were ranked Number One by the NAIA. Retton ' s 31 3-53 record speaks for itself and undoub- tedly put him among the nation ' s finest basketball coaches. He easily ranks as the top winner among the active coaches in the WVIAC. 77 78 79 80 k £§K " i BW fy " " sg i 3 1 rT m - a3 §i( gy A ■ 1 v : X M Ti - -C 1 ' " ■— . V; ; ' w 1 K- ■■■ " : BP ' ;:; : " : ' - ' P i lH lib Am jH Up tBm off ,mI . Vnl Ik i 81 82 83 84 85 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Plaguing injuries and sickness to women ' s bas- ketball occurred early in the season. Veteran Coach Marilyn Neptune commented early in the season, " If the girls don ' t get discour- aged or injured we should have a pretty good year. " Well, the flu set in among some of the play- ers, and starters Kathy Horner and Janet Stingo were hampered with ankle and knee injuries. The Falconettes finished the regular season with a 7-7 record. They finished the state tournament with a 2-2 record. 86 87 WRESTLING 1 I J . L i i - 1 Coach Sam Church ' s second place finishers in the WVIAC compiled a season record of 1 1 -2. Coach Church had some outstanding perform- ances from his grapplers throughout the season. Those posting ten or more wins for the season were: Mike Kirby, 22-2-1; Rodney Baird, 19-5-2; Butch Collins, 15-4-1; John Jobst, 12-3-1; Bob Smith, 1 1 -5; and Charles Miller, 1 0-6-1 . Other -members of the thirteen man squad were: Marvin Pickens, 8-7, Randy Bierce, 7-5-1; Jim McKivorgin 5-6-1; Mike Hudson, 4-4-1; Jack Flint, 1 -0; John Geary, 1 -2, and Mike Smith, 1 -5. The Falcon grapplers fell one and a half points from capturing their fourth WVIAC title. All Conference members were Kirby, Baird, Jobst, Collins, Miller, and Bierce. 88 ' 89 90 ALL-AMERICAN MIKE KIRBY Mike Kirby is looking forward to next season and a chance to visualize his goal of becoming national cham- pion. Kirby entered the NAIA tournament this winter, and advanced all the way to the semi-finals before he was beaten by the second-place winner of the event. The diminutive grappler then went on to defeat his next opponent and nail down third place and Ail-American honors. The Milton, WV native turned in an outstanding per- formance for the Falcon wrestling squad. He compiled an almost perfect 14-1 dual match record and posted an exciting victory over his opponent in the Fairmont mis-match with NCAA power, Cleveland State. Next season could be the biggest yet in the career of Mike Kirby, barring injuries. All the determined wrestler can do now is work and wait for next year, and a chance at the title. 91 SWIMMING This past season Coach Steve Mahaney ' s swim- ming team captured the WVIAC championship, first ever in the history of Fairmont State. All-conference members were: Bruce Schafer, 50 free style, 1 00 free style, 1 00 breast stroke, 800 free relay — most valuable player in WVIAC meet; Je ff Kevan, 1 650 free style, 800 free relay; John Mittenyer, 100 butterfly, 200 butterfly; Jeff Nau, 100 and 200 backstroke; Tom O ' Shea, 200 breast stroke, Paul Ragaglia, 1 meter dive; Steve Parlett, 800 free relay; John Pitcher, 800 relay. Mahaney ' s team won the Morris Harvey relay, finished second in the West Virginia State meet, and wound up twenty-second in the nation. I I i I 55 I I I i 60 I i I i r I ... r: „ l , X 92 £. y 93 + v «■£ ■ 94 s 95 96 WOMEN ' S GYMNASTICS Members of this years gymnastics team include: Garnet Robinson, Vickie Ash, Donna Trailey, Cathy Mounam, Beverly Har- ding, Mary Kay Moran. SECOND ROW: Linda McGrath, Paula Landacare, Joyce Berkley and Debbie Crandall. 97 98 BOWLING Coach Marvin Gould ' s keglers finished this past season in fifth place, but going into the last tourna- ment, only three games separated the top five teams. This year ' s seven-man squad consisted of: Mark Terneau, sophomore from Bridgeport; Dave South- ern, junior from Lumberport; Mitch Carr, senior from Wilson, N.Y.; Bill Woofter, senior from Rip- ley; Kent Hartlieb, junior from Fairmont; Paul Kim- brew, senior from Fairmont; and Don Henderson, freshman from Buchannon. The bowling team met four times during the spring semester, starting in January. There were four regional tournaments with a 32 game sched- ule this past season. 99 100 GOLF 101 BASEBALL Members of this years baseball team are — FIRST ROW: Mike Skinner, Brad Monas, Dan Kupets, Ken Beerbower, Steve Book, Tom Grabb. SEC- OND ROW: Dale O ' Neil, French Barnett, Gary Hawkins, Bill Mather, Rick Gallagher, and Coach Squibb Wilson. 102 103 104 105 WOMEN ' S VOLLEYBALL Members of this year ' s women ' s Volleyball team are — FIRST ROW: Sue Barns, Dawn Rowan, Ellen Revels, Earline Boston. SECOND ROW: Mary Kay White, Mary Taylor, Mindy Wilking, Janet Stingo, Charlene Taylor, and Coach Vickie Brown. 106 107 MEN ' S TENNIS UHnnH 108 109 - INTRAMURALS Intramurals play a big part on the FSC campus. no Ill 112 113 114 LEFT TO RIGHT: Duke Brunetti, Mark Pallota, Howdy Gardner, Mark Ash. Ellen Harner LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Ann Huey, Jean Murphy. 116 LEFT TO RIGHT: Cheryl Stewart, Leonn Smith, Joyce Simms, Carolyn Crislip, Shelly Lauzon, Donna Trowbridge, Ruthann Miller, Debbie Wilson. : - «• « Patty Bonasso LEFT TO RIGHT: Becky Stear, Linda Steindler, Jennie Dobbie, Candy Hise, Tracy Constable, Paula Isner, Barbara Scott. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Frances Piscitelli, Becky Oates, Susan Hamil- ton. 117 LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob DeMary, Frank Pulice, Jr., Mike Lindamodd, Steve Wentz, Cecil Ray, Mark Securro, Louie Sidow, Bill Shaffer. John Abruzzino LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Walker, Lee Ann Gontz, Barbara Bell. 118 . " V l LEFT TO RIGHT: Tracy Constable, Jennie Dobbie, Susie Underwood, Nathy Godby, Debbie Shannon, Mary Frances Piscitelli, Jeannie Harper. Left to Right, SEATED: Lemuel Jacquez, Rick Stocking, Kent Hartlieb, Joe Guzzi, Mike Woody. STANDING: Mark Moreno, Mark Pallorta, Mark Harper, Bubby Ferrarri, Dave Lupo. 119 TKE FIRST ROW: Dale Thomas, Cecil Ray, Gary Price, Phil Burnside, Steve Higgins, Dan Pownell, Marvin Pick- ens, Don Statler, Mark Talbot, Ken Beerbower, Jerry Carnes. SECOND ROW: Mike Lindamood, Frank Raspa. THIRD ROW: Steve Wince, Rob Steele, John Capriofti, Gary Bird, Gary Woodard, Bob DeMary, Mark Seccuro, Charlie Endicott, Bryan Swisher, Denny Schaffer. Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest interna- tional fraternity for men, was founded on January 10, 1909. The Zeta Sigma Chapter was organized on the local campus in 1909 and became the Theta Delta Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon in 1959. 120 d M FIRST ROW: Gwen Blackham, Patrica Bellotte, Anne Prendergast, Nathy C. Godby, Mary Ellen Perri, Donna Robinson, Becki Leonetti, Debbie Headlee, Carol K. McGowan, Barb Scott, Susie Gouzd, Susie Secreto, Jackie Russel, Linda Steindler, Jackie Phillips, Denise DeBlasio, Patsy Kebler, Brenda Maunz, Ste- phanie Ely. SECOND ROW: Renee Duckworth, Deb- bie Kincell, Patty Perella, Becki Stear, Denise Yost, Lisa Reese. THIRD ROW: Debbie Shannon, Susie Underwood, Charlotte Seymour, Jeanie O ' Neal, Paula Isner, Candy Hise, Tracy Constable, Jenny Dobbie, Mary Frances Piscatelli, Debbie Wesrfall, Mary Jane Narog, Debbie Pulice, Jeanie Harper, Sheila Leeper, Roxanne Robinson, Connie Wilharm, Debbie Harris, Janet Media, Jill Charlton, Donna Bonasso, Sue Garcia. Phi Mu National Fraternity, the second old- est organization for women was established at Fairmont State in 1 966 by affiliating with Gamma Chi Chi, First Local Sorority on cam- pus. Phi Mu was founded in 1892 at Wes- leyan College in Macon, Georgia. 121 OCfc ; ( TBI FIRST ROW: Mark Pallotta, Mark Moreno, Steve Yer- govich, Howdy Gardner, Lemuel Jaquez, Kent Hart- lieb, Richard Warash, Duke Burnetti, Bubby Ferrari, Rick Stocking, Dave Lupo, John Abbruzzino, Joe Guzzi, Mark Ash, Mark Hamilton. Tau Beta Iota, the first fraternity for men on campus was founded in 1926 to promote a form of organization for athletes. It is consid- ered the great, great, grandfather among fra- ternities on campus. 122 FIRST ROW: Sharon Sesler, Debbie Stump, Lynn Huey. SECOND ROW: Kathy Kessler, Gail Holyman, Debbie Sokolowski, Kathy Kent, Colleen George, Shirley Maurer. THIRD ROW: Kim Simpson, Marlene Blackwell, Janice Webster, Jean Murphy, Jeanne But- ler, Nancy Brookover, Jody Rakosky, Sharon Hols- berry, Becky Preston, Darlene Blackwell, Vickie Flu- harty, Sandy Smith, Patty Bonasso, Cindy Plachta, Liz Higgins, Janet Johnson, Cindy Rapchick. Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded April 20, 1898, at Farmville State Normal School, the present Longwood College in Farmville, Vir- ginia. The Alpha Kappa Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was established on May 30, 1 930 as the first national sorority on campus. 123 ■ • ..- ' - ! ur FIRST ROW: Omar Ben Ayod, Ron Straight, Ben Flan- agan. SECOND ROW: Willy Willharm, John Ferchak, Forrest Hammond, Joe Skrobacz, Neil Winters, Dick Kalfas, Steve Forsythe, Jim Winters, Jim Chrysler, Jeff Leggett, Mark Stealey, Dave Boling, Bob Core, Bone Jackson. THIRD ROW: Fred Moebus, Kurt DeMoss, Jim Woods, Tom Griffin, Russ Cowwers, Bob Huges, Gary Sturm, Al Poling, Dave Lannan, Dennis Ballinger, John Danials, Geof Kudson, Dick Scott. The Xi chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was installed at Fairmont State College on March 23, 1 929. The Fraternity was founded by sev- enteen men attending the summer sessions at Central Missouri State College. 124 . L i C fef i K. i . - " % ' ' , ■ ! " fc T -?;»• ' .; -»ti! in Sigma Pi, national fraternity, was founded in 1897 at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana. In February 1961 a local colony was founded at Fairmont State College. It was not until October 1 2, 1 963 that this colony offi- cially became Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Pi. FIRST ROW: Gene Ramsey, Dave Brodish, Ed McGee, Butch Collins, Joe Miller, Tom Jones, Mike Demuth, Jerry Gulley, Charlie Shingleton, Tom Pikul- ski, Bill Woifter, and Dave Guin. SECOND ROW: Chris Perkins, Charles Swanson, William Thompson, advisors; Larry Delsignor, Andy Gumbash, Joe Les- ter, Tom Cueto, Rich McDaniels, Denny Comfort, Dirk Stansberry, Gary Conell, Bruce Kidd, Bob Swarner, Bob Chadwell. THIRD ROW: Greg Hill, Jim Dailey, H. P. Calvert, Dave Stopiak, Bruce Lawson, Rick Vensel. 125 »■%• ■??! AIA FIRST ROW: Cathy Baker, Pam Thayer, Susie Wood- ward. SECOND ROW: Cindie Monroe, Gale D ' Abrizzo, Kathy Shahan, Patty DeAngelo, Susie Kauffman. THIRD ROW: Mary Beth Panetti, Missy Laulis, Debbie Diehl, Suzie Hamilton, Sue Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Debbie Larosa, Becky Oates, Cindy Stephenson, Kathy Jacquez, Stephanie McDowell, Amber Jacquez, Terry Cutrone. Delta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was established on the Fairmont State Col- lege Campus on February 22, 1963. It was founded at Lombard College in 1893. The sorority now has 144 national chapters. 126 AOA FRONT ROW: Rick Westfall, Jim Hermosilla, Bob Drummond, Alvin Gross, Dave Chamberlin, Bob Gorey, Bob Nuzum, Doug Leeper. SECOND ROW: Joe Wells, Paul Alkire, Dave Helmick, Gary West, Ted Offutt, Russ Hupp, Jon Falkenstein, Dr. Hugh Springer, advisor. Beta Tau Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta was founded at Fairmont State College on November 14, 1974. The national fraternity for men was founded on November 14, 1914 at Syracuse University. 127 FRONT ROW: Jane Slack, Char Pacini, DeEtta King, Trudy Williams, Kristy Metz, LeeAnn Gontz. SEC- OND ROW: Andrea Hanson, Bertha Grishkat, Janet Stingo, Karen King, Jamie Weir, Pam Spurlock, Linda Wilson, Angela Powell, Barb Bell, Susie Perrine, Deb- bie Weaver, Diane Rasbeck, Debbie Lindamood, Jan Williams. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Hayslett, Susie Tal- bert, Karen Walker, Debbie McGinnis. FIFTH ROW: Connie Carroll, Kathy Hunter, Janet Suck, Holly Miller. SIXTH ROW: Shirley Succuro, Janet Kimes, Margie Johnson, Janie Taylor, Janie Todfield, Leslie Bowman, Ellen Harmer, Pam Weisgarber, Debbie Starsick, Debbie Corbitt. Delta Zeta was the first national sorority in the United States. In 1947 the Epsilon lota Chapter of Delta Zeta was installed at FSC. 128 01 FRONT ROW: Kevin Burrows, Steve Miller, Kip Riley, Doug Lambert, Dennis Kittle. ROW TWO: John Mor- ris, Bruce Nicholas, Tim Kelly, Randy Michael, Pat Burns, Frank Day. THIRD ROW: Wayne George, John Romel, Tom S nyder, Bob Hemsler, Gerard D ' AI- esio, Greg Smith, Denny Judy. ROW FOUR: Oscar Morgan, Joe Finamore, Gary Viney, Dr. Nicholas Hobar, Loy Leonard; Advisors, Randy Paugh. Kappa Gamma Chapter of Theta Xi frater- nity merged with Kappa Sigma Kappa, a national social fraternity in 1962. Theta Xi was organized in 1864 at Rensselaer Poly- technic Institute, Troy, New York. 129 IK FRONT ROW: Connie Moore, Lee Ann Smith, Denise Wyatt, Joyce Thompson, Diane Cain, Angie Myers, Kathy Sanders, Eugenia Suplita, Debbie Wilson, Nancy Keiffer. SECOND ROW: Donna Trowbridge, Joyce Simms, Polly Owens, Debbie Rowan, Carolyn Crislip, Dawn Rowan, Ruthann Miller, Cherie Stewart. Sigma Kappa was founded in 1874 at Colby College in Maine. Delta Phi Chapter came to this college in 1959. Previously it was Sigma Theta Rho, which was established on campus in 1 929. 130 ALPHA XI DELTA OFFICERS — Susie Hamilton, Pres.; Kathy Shahan, Treas.; Becky Oates, Recording Sec.; Cindy Stephenson, Corre- sponding Sec.; Mary Beth Panetti, Pledge Trainer. THETA XI OFFICERS — FRONT ROW: Tim Kelly, Intramural Dir. ; Gary Viney, Soc. Chrmn; Frank Day, Treas.; Denny Judy, Pres. SECOND ROW: Dr. Nicholas Hobar, Advisor; Greg Smith, Intramural Dir. ; Pat Burns, Asst. Soc. Chrmn.; Loy Leonard] Advisor. THIRD ROW: Doug Lambert, Sec.; Randy Paugh, Pledge Master; Tom Snyder, Vice-Pres. 131 OFFICERS, SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA SORORITY — Shirley Maurer, Treas.; Sharon Sesler, Sec; Debbie Stump, Vice-Pres.; Colleen George, Membership and Rush Dir.; Lynn Ann Huey, Pres. 132 OPPOSITE PAGE, SIGMA KAPPA OFFICERS — FRONT ROW: Carolyn Crislip, First Vice Pres.; Lu Ann Smith, Registrar. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Stewart, Cor. Sec.; Joyce Simms, Scholarship; Debbie Wilson, Rec. Sec.; Ruthann Miller, Treas.; Donna Trowbridge, Sec. Vice Pres. PHI MU OFFICERS — Barb Scott, Sec.; Jackie Rus- sell, Pledge Trainer; Becky Stears, Vice Pres.; Becky Leonette, Treas.; Donna Robinson, Membership Dir.; Nathy Godby, Pres. 133 SIGMA TAU GAMMA OFFICERS — FRONT ROW: Dave Poling, Pres.; Allen Blomberg, Sec. SECOND ROW: Dick Kalfas, Vice Pres. Membership; Mark Stealy, Vice Pres. Education THIRD ROW: John Ferc- hak, Treas. 134 ALPHA PHI DELTA OFFICERS — Gary West, Pres.; Bob Drummond, Vice Pres.; Dave Helmick, Sec.; Russ Hupp, Treas.; Joe Wells, Historian; Alvin Gross, Sgt.- at-Arms. OPPOSITE PAGE, TAU KAPPA EPSILON — FRONT ROW: Steve Higgins, Treas.; Mike Lindamood, Pres. SECOND ROW: Cecil Ray, Vice Pres.; Doug Cona- way, Asst. Hegemon; Jerry Carries, Hegemon; Rob Steele, Sec.; Dan Statler, Chaplain; Marvin Pickens, Sgt-at-Arms. 135 ' .. t 136 SIGMA PI OFFICERS — Ed McGee, Vice Pres ; Butch Collins, Pres.; Joe Lester, Sec.; Jim Daily-Harold, Dirk Stansbury, Sgt.-at-Arms; William Thompson, Advisor; Charles Swanson, Advisor; Jean Ramsey, Treas. BELOW: DELTA ZETA OFFICERS — Lee Ann Gontz, Parliamentarian; Janet Stingo, Treas.; Susan Talbert, First Vice Pres.; De Etta King, Pres.; Trudy Williams, Second Vice Pres.; Margie Johnson, Rec. Sec.; Jane Taylor, Cor. Sec.; Linda Wilson, Historian. TAU BETA IOTA OFFICERS, OPPOSITE PAGE BOT- TOM — Mark Moreno, Vice Pres.; Dave Lupo, Cor. Sec.; Rick Stocking, Pledgemaster; Mark Pallotta, Treas.; Mark Ash, Chaplain; John Abbruzzino, Pres. 137 Cathy Baker, representing Alpha Xi Delta sorority, reigned over the 1 974 Holly Ball held Dec. 6 in the FSC Ballroom. TOP LEFT: Queen Cathy Baker. TOP RIGHT: Miss Baker being crowned by George Cannon, Dean of Student Affairs. BOTTOM: 1 974 HOLLY BALL COURT — Nancy Edwards, Barb Scott, Dianne Dunlap, Den- ise Freeman, Shirley Maurer — second runner-up, Miss Baker — Queen, Sheila Drake — first runner- up, Debbie McGinnis, Bev Harding, Ruthann Miller and Marion Debrin. HOLLY BALL 75 138 ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega is a drama honorary. Membership is earned through participation in college theatre. LEFT TO RIGHT: Frank Shroyer, Chuck Whiting, Jerry Kiger, Linda Mallonee, Daniel K. Weber, advisor. MASQUERS Masquers is the production organi- zation for campus players. Open to all students, the Masquers presents four major plays in a school term. The Masquers joins with community actors to present four plays in the nationally advertised Masquers Town and Gown Players summer tent theatre. Left to Right, ROW 1: Rick Ramsey, Gerard D ' Alesio, Mark Oreskovich. ROW 2: Jerry Kiger, Linda Mallonee, Mickey Barrick, Resa Mallamo, Barton Lee, Debbie All- man, Frank Shroyer. ROW 3: Walter Shockley. 140 WOMEN ' S PAN Women ' s Panhellenic is the governing body for FSC sorori- ties. It sponsors the annual Miss FSC pageant. Left to Right, ROW 1 • Joyce Thompson, Becky Oats, Cindy Monroe, Ruthann Miller, Janet Suck, Sharon Holsberry. ROW 2: Jenny Games, Mary Beth Panetti, Sharon Hamilton, Lynn Huey, Becky Preston, Nancy Gwinn. MENC Music Educators National Conference consists of faculty members and students who have a major or minor in music. LEFT TO RIGHT: Rick Dean, Twila Beth McNemar, David Davisson. STANDING: Bill Meckley, Carrie Ann Hendershot, Charlotte Devores, Vickie Smith, Ann Holt, Barbara Ashcraft, Jean Moore, Lynn Hastlebacher. ROW 2: Francis Moody, advi- sor; Thomas McCullough, Harold Langevin, Rich- ard Wellock, Jennifer Cams. 141 FRENCH CLUB Alliance Franchise, the French honorary on campus, is a non- political, independent American organization founded to increase contacts and under- standing between America and France. The advisor for the organization is Mrs. Christiane Sweeney. 142 INTER-PAN The Interfraternity-Panhellenic Council is made up of three representatives from each fraternity and sorority. Main functions are the co-ordination and sponsoring of Greek Week activities, the annual Holly Ball and Song Fest. Left to Right, ROW 1 1 Debbie Solasky, Sue Hamilton, Connie Carrol, Debbie Corbitt, Donna Trobridge. ROW 2: Shirley Maurer, Mary Beth Panetti, Becky Oats, Jenny Cames, Debbie Harris, Howdy Gardner, Kent Hartlieb. ROW 3: David Chamberlain, Alvin Gross, Russ Conners, Ben Flanigan. BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY The Baptist Campus Ministry is in affil- iation with the First Baptist Church of Fairmont. Its membership is open to FSC students of any religious denomination. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bro. Cecile Marsh, Linda Jones, Ruthann Miller, Kathy Hennen, Joyce Warder, Becky Roush, Bill Grimm, Linda Haught, Terry Cutrone, Gary Powell, Chester Thomas, Ann Holt, Jane Spenser, Joe Burnsworth, Roger Wil- liams, George Drenner, Rev. Johnson, Hal Langevin. 143 STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION TOP PICTURE, Left to Right, ROW 1 ■. (Seniors) Jan Stem- pie, Dianne Dunlap, Lynn Poling, Jo Ann Gregson, Anna Jones. ROW 2: Jane Harless, Judy Bonnett, Melody Mar- tin, Cathy Barron, Darlene White, Susan Workman, Patty Shultz. ROW 3: Shirley Semmelman, Judy Hiel, Judy Jen- kins, Belinda Woofter, Debby Nicholson, Carlina Thomp- son, Diane Paugh, Donna Moss. ROW 4. Patty Eates, Sandy Urbaniak, Julie Alasky, Kin Jacobs, Susan Nanni, Elisabeth Murdoch, Patty Myers, Evelyn Marsh. 144 TOP PICTURE, Left to Right, ROW 1 : Elisabeth Murdock, Patty Eates, Brenda Weber. ROW 2: Lynn Poling, Judy Jenkins. ROW 3: Kim Jacobs, Judy Bonnet, Sharon Wright. BOTTOM PICTURE, Left to Right, ROW 1 : (Freshmen) Francis Hobbs, Tricia Julian, Peggy Bargeloh, Karen Pride. ROW 2: Nancy Cleg- horn, Charlene Romain, Beverly Davis, Ella Pritchard, Helen Vander- grift. ROW 3: Sharon Posey, Carole Lushinsky, Brenda Weber, Char- lotte Robinson, Phyllis McElroy. ROW 4: Jane Underwood, Sharon Wright, Charlene Davis, Kathy Thomas, Yvonne Hawkins, Deborah Welsh. 145 STUDENT NURSES The Student Nurses Association is com- posed of freshmen and senior students who are eligible for the two-year nursing program. The main purpose of this non-profit organiza- tion is to aid in the development of the nurs- ing student as a democratic citizen by broad- ening the member ' s horizons as an individual. ' v. r ' 0s $ ■ 146 PI GAMMA MU SEATED, Left to Right: Ralph Bean, Mrs. William Bean, William Bean, Shirley Murphy, Dr. Phyllis Ayers, Dr. McCormic, Mrs. McCormic, Bonnie Bradley, Fred Frantz, Steven Patton, Diane Hill, DeEtta King. STANDING: Mrs. Ralph Bean, Dr. Yu San Wang, Mr. Gatrell, Dr. Springer, Gary Sturm, Lillian Golden, Alvin Lawson. WESLEY FOUNDATION LEFT TO RIGHT: Rev. Richard Bowyer, Opal Mae Underwood, Paul Gripper, William Laughlin, Jr., Craig White, Dr. Bob Bauer. VETERAN ' S CLUB Left to Right, SEATED: William Julian, L. O. Bickel. STANDING: Delmas Mayle, Dave South- ern, Steve Williams, Mike Demuth, Stan Frum, David Yollenger. ROW 3: Dave Southern, Tom Coute, George Keener. 147 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB The Industrial Arts Club attempts to develop attrib- utes of the Industrial Arts technology beyond class activities. TOP PICTURE, Left to Right, ROW 1 : Dave Coughlin, intramural director; Jim Linthi- cum, secretary; Steve Straight, secretary. ROW 2: Carl Radcliff, pres.; Gary Viney, vice-pres.; Al Poling, sgt.-at-arms. BOTTOM PICTURE, ROW 1: Al Poling, Gary Viney, Dave Coughlin, Carl Radcliff, Jim Linthicum, John Bonasso, Steve Straight, Bill Wallace, John Kuzio, John Forte. ROW 2: Neil Smith, Marvin Thomas, Ron Hurst, Vic Higgs, Paul Kimbrew, Joe Lambiotte, Roger Weaver, Joe Ackerman, Mr. Batson, Don Henderson, S usan Griffith, Kip Reilly. STANDING: Curt Demoss. 148 - ' «4 EPSILON PI TAU Epsilon Pi Tau is an international honorary which seeks to promote and reward skill, efficiency and research among industrial arts students. Left to Right, ROW 1 : Fred Webb, John Forte, William Taylor, John Starkey. ROW 2: Paul Kimbrew, Lewis Wet- zel, Marvin Clunsten, Michael Sharp, Don Gombash, Paul Phillips. ■ . :■ " ' • ' ' ■,■■ " ' ; ' ■ ■■■ " ■ ■.. ' -: . . . ■ ENGINEE- RING TECH The Engineering Techno- logical Society is composed of students enrolled in the division of Industrial-Tech- nological Education. Mem- bership is open to all inter- ested students. LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Tennant, David Smith, Frank Martinelli, Mike Lindamood, Carl Radcliff, Carl Vangilder, Asst. Prof., John Pheasant, K. C. Jones. STANDING: Prof. K. G. Wise, Asst. Prof. Loy Leo- nard. 149 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha lota is an honorary associa- tion for women in music. Members are selected on the basis of academic training and music proficiency. Left to Right, ROW 1 : Beth Davis, Michelle McDowell, Jean Moore, Lois Byers, Debbie Johnston. ROW 2: Dr. Alice Moerk, Brenda Joe, Louann Culp, Linda Posey, Miss Frances Moody. WHO ' S WHO Who ' s Who is an annual list- ing of outstanding seniors throughout the country who are selected pending academic profi- ciency, participation in academic and extra-curricular activities, citizenship in school and promise of future community service. Left to Right, ROW 1 i Joyce Sims, Holly Miller, Jo Ann Shultz, Brenda Joe, Barbara Brookover, Kathy Jacquez, Mary Weikle. ROW 2- Debbie Lindamood, Janet Stingo, Linda Wilson, Trudy Williams, Christina Maurer, Tabitha Dellinger, Donna Robinson. ROW 3: Mike Lindamood, Ste- phen Higgens, Robert Hensler, Chris Perkins, Chuck Whiting, Dennis Comfort, Maurice Prendergast, Danny Marsh 150 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the executive board of the student government. Its members are the five student body officers, class officers, one woman elected by AWS, five members selected by the inter-fraternity panhellenic council, and one faculty advisor appointed by the president of the college. Left to Right, Student body officers: Marvin Stewart, Pam Spurlock, Paul Hofbauer, Denny Judy, Mike Kirby, Bob Strawn, Pam Weisgarber. ALPHA PHI GAMMA Alpha Phi Gamma is a journalism honorary association for students who hold major positions on one or more of the campus publications. Left to Right, SEATED: Mary Patton, Pam Cottrill, Clyde Bates, Robert Morris, Mary Ellen Paugh. STANDING: Diana Bucklew, Rick Rogers, Kepler Nigh, Rod Burnsworth, Donna Latusek. 151 • m « DR. WENDELL G. HARDWAY PRESIDENT Dr. and Mrs. Hardway prepare for the Christmas season at their home on Campus Drive. Dr. Hardway ponders the problems of the coming day. 155 Vice President for Administration WILLIAM P. TURNER Dean of Academic Affairs WILLIAM A. BORAM PAUL E. EDWARDS Director, Community College H. DEAN PETERS Asst. Academic Dean EDWARD GROSE Director of Finance 156 BLAIR MONTGOMERY WILLIAM JULIAN WILLIAM SHAFFER STUDENT AFFAIRS COUNSELORS HOMER COX Business Manager BUSINESS 157 OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Dean of Student Af f a i rs GEORGE CANNON LOIS LAUGHLIN JOHN CONAWAY BILLY DUNN Assoc. Dean, Student Affairs Director of Admissions Asst. Registrar Registrar 158 L. O. BICKEL Manager, Book Store FRANK PULICE Director, Food Services EARL STRAIGHT Director, Public Relations 159 DIVISION OF COMMERCE EDGAR JAYNES Commerce Chairman RUTH ANN BURNS Business ALAN GICK Business MARVIN GOULD Business WILLIAM LAUGHLIN Economics WOODROW POTESTA Business WILLIAM POTTER Economics FREDERICK SCHAUPP B usiness, Economics SALLY TARLEY Data Processing 160 DIVISION OF EDUCATION EUGENE ARNOLD Education JOSEPH BASILE Coordinator, Field Services HARRY HADLEY Education Chairman GLENNIS CUNNINGHAM, Education MARGARET DOOLITTLE, Education RUSSELL FITZGERALD, Education LOWELL JOHNSON, Education EARL McLAUGHLIN, Education DONALD MOROOSE, Education WILLIAM PHILLIPS Education HARRY PRIESTER Education HUGH SPRINGER Education, Philosophy MARGARET WILLARD Education 161 DIVISION OF FINE ARTS RICHARD WELLOCK Fine Arts Chairman JERIEL GILMER Music DONALD HAMILTON Music STUART HAMMEL Speech ALICE MOERK Music FRANCES MOODY Music JOHN SCHOOLEY Music SUZANNE SNYDER Speech MARILEE VEASEY Speech 162 DIVISION OF NURSING AAARGARET DODGE, Nursing CLEO LEHMAN, Nursing CATHY LIVINGOOD, Nursing emily Mcdowell Nursing MARTHA MILLER Nursing carol scon Nursing SHEILA WAKELEY Nursing DIVISION OF LIBRARY SCIENCE MARY HUPP, Asst. Librarian RUTH ANN POWELL, Asst. Librarian JEAN SIMONOF, Asst. Librarian 163 DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION JAMES HALES I.E. Education Chairman DAVID BATSON Technology CLIFFORD GARNER Technology JAMES GOODWIN Technology LEWIS HERRING Technology LOY LEONARD Technology THOMAS NUNNALLY Technology JOHN PHEASANT Technology WALTER PHILLIPS Technology ALLAN SWANSON Technology WILLIAM THOMPSON Technology RICHARD WHITEMAN Technology KENNETH WISE Technology 164 DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE PHYLLIS AYERS History JOHN FITCH Sociology MICHAEL FULDA Political Science STEVEN GATRELL History YU SAN WANG Social Science Chairman TULASI JOSHI Geography JOSEPH LARRY Sociology PATRICIA RYAN Political Science JAMES YOUNG Geography 165 DIVISION OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM RUOFF Science and Mathematics Chairman RAYMOND AMOS Biology JAMES COLEMAN Chemistry WILLIAM CREASY Biology ELIZABETH FRYE Mathematics STEPHEN HAYNES Physics WILLIAM PRITCHETT Biology ELIZABETH SWIGER Chemistry JAMES TURNER Chemistry 166 DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS MELVA HESS, Home Economics JUDITH RADCLIFF, Home Economics JEANNE RYMER, Home Economics RUTH MARIE SKAGGS, Home Economics KAY WEESE, Home Economics DIVISION OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE JEAN CAVANAUGH, English CHRISTIANE SWEENEY, French 167 DIVISION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION DAVID BOHNKE HPERS Chairman JOSEPH BUNDY Physical Education LARRY HILL Physical Education STEPHEN MAHANEY Physical Education GARY McCUTCHEON Physical Education JEAN WARD Physical Education PS 168 EDWARD BOCK Director, Computer Center HAROLD LAWSON Director, Physical Facilities JAMES MILLS Printer 169 SENIOR CLASS OF 75 ABRAHAM, DEBORAH, Canonsburg, Pa., Sociology ACKERMAN, JOSEPH, Cranford, N.J., Industrial Arts ACREE, JOHN, Martinsburg, Psychology ALASKY, JULIE, Clarksburg, Nursing ALLEN, MARK, Moorefield, Biology AMENDOLEA, GREGORY, Fairmont, Business Administration ANGUS, NORSE, Sandyville, Biology ARNETT, MARILEE, Fairmont, Physical Education ASHBURN, DAVID, Bridgport, Business Administration ASHCRAFT, BABS, Clarksburg, Music ASHCRAFT, CHRIS, Clarksburg, Music AUVIL, JEANNIE, Kasson, Home Economics 172 BAILEY, DEBORAH, Nitro, Home Economics BAKER, CATHY, Clarksburg, Elementary Education BAKER, LYNDE, West Union, Clerical BAKER, REBECCA, Thurmont, Md., Elementary Education BARNABEI, CHARLOTTE, Weirton, Elementary Education BARRON, CATHY, Clarksburg, Nursing BARRON, WILLIAM, Clarksburg, Business BATTON, GAYLE, Clarksburg, Accounting BEAN, ELIZABETH, Moorefield, English BEAN, WILLIAM, Moorefield, Political Science BEATY, MICHAEL, Mannington, Psychology BEATY, SANDRA, Mannington, History BELCHER, JULIA, Nitro, Nursing BELL, BARBARA, Summersville, Secretarial BELL, NANCY, Greensburg, Pa., Physical Education BENNETT, WILMA, Ripley, Social Studies BERDING, MARY, Fairview, Art BERKLEY, JOYCE, Letart, Physical Education 173 BERT, JACK, Greensburg, Pa., Business Administration BETONTE, LARRY, Fairmont, Political Science BIONDI, CYNTHIA, Masontown, Elementary Education BIND, GARY, Hamlin, Business Administration BLANKENSHIP, CAROL, Lockwood, Elementary Education BOLYARD, FRANCES, Canvas, Nursing BONGIORNI, GARY, Fairmont, Accounting BONNETT, JUDITH, Webster Springs, Nursing BOORD, EUGENIA, Mt. Clare, Business Education BOYCE, DANA, Fairmont, Business Administration BREWER, ROGER, Independence, Recreation BROOKOVER, JAMEY, Fairmont, Business BROWN, CHARLES, Ronceverte, Business Administration BROWN, KIM, Grafton, Elementary Education BRUGNOLI, SUSAN, Richwood, Sociology BURNETT, WILLIAM, Clarksburg, Physical Education CALDWELL, ROBERT, Pittsburgh, Pa., Business CALVERT, PAUL, Grantsville, Business Administration 174 CARLOMANY, RUSS, Clarksburg, Electronic Technology CARNES, JERRY, Baxter, Social Studies CARNS, PAUL, Latrobe, Pa., Industrial Arts CARR, JANICE, Parkersburg, Elementary Education CARR, MITCHELL, Wilson, N.Y., Business Administration CAUGHLIN, DAVID, Buckhannon, Industrial Education CHAMBERLAIN, GLEN, Lost Creek, Social Studies CLAY, JANE, Clarksburg, Psychology CLEVENGER, NANCY, Webster Springs, Art COFFMAN, KEITH, Crafton, Social Studies COFFMAN, PRISCILLA, Fairmont, Elementary Education COFFMAN, ROBERT, Morgantown, Social Studies and Journalism 175 COLANERO, PHILLIP JOSEPH, Monongah, Physical Education COLLINS, JOYCE, Farmington, Sociology CONCH, JOSEPH MARCUS, Hepzibah, Business Administration CONFORT, DENNIS J., Washington, Pa., Political Science CONN, ROGER B., Fairmont, Business Administration CORBIN, STEVEN M., Romney, Business Administration CORBITT, DEBORAH MARIE, Waverly, Home Economics CORDER, GLADYS ANN, Nutter Fort, Nursing CRICKENBERGER, MARY, Lewisburg, Social Studies CRISLIP, CAROLYN SUE, Fairmont, Physical Education CUETO, THOMAS S., Clarksburg, Recreation CURRY, ROGER D., Fairmont, Accounting DADISMAN, FRANK, Grafton, Industrial Arts DAVIS, SALLY ANN, Fairmont, Home Economics DAY, SUSAN D., Arthurdale, Elementary Education DELLINGER, TABITHA, Bloomington, Md., Home Economics DELSIGNORE, LARRY, Fairmont, Business Administration DENKENBERGER, SUSAN, Kingwood, Home Economics DIAZ, JOHN, Clarksburg, Industrial Arts DIDAMENICO, ELISA MARIE, Verona, Pa., Home Economics DIGIORGI, VALERIE, Chas, Sociology DOBRIN, MARION, Weirton, Physical Education DODSON, PATRICIA, Weirton, Nursing DORSEY, JOE, Ravenswood, Health and Journalism 176 DRVAR, MARVIN, Everettsville, Social Studies DUNLAP, DIANNE, Frametown, Nursing DZVONICK, BERNARD, Donora, Pa., Health Education EATES, PATRICIA, Monongah, Nursing EDWARDS, JANET, Fairmont, English FEASTER, MARSHA, Elkins, Business Education FELTZ, ROSANNE, Fairmont, Physical Education and Health FISHER, JOSEPH, Mt. Morris, Pa., Physical Education and Health FISHER, KAREN, Sissonville, Elementary Education FLESHER, CLARENCE, Jane Lew, Engineering Technology FORSYTHE, CHARLES, Buckhannon, Psychology FORTE, JOHN, Morgantown, Industrial Arts FOWOWE, SUNDAY, Fairmont, Technology FRANCIS, TERRY, Lumberport, Elementary Education FRANTZ, FRED, Crafton, Business FRUM, STANLEY, Clarksburg, Recreation GAINER, KATHERINE, Elkins, Social Studies GARRETT, KATHRYN, Bridgeport, Elementary Educat ion 177 GERARD, MICHAEL, Morgantown, Social Studies GHION, BARBARA, Clairton, Pa., Elementary Education GIAQUINTO, MARY, Clarksburg, Secretarial Studies GLOVER, CINDY, Franklin, Secretarial Studies GOLDEN, LILLIAN, Keyser, Elementary Education GOODWIN, PATRICIA, Ripley, Social Studies GOUZD, SUSAN, Farmington, Home Economics GREATHOUSE, RACHEL, Wileyville, Elementary Education GREGORY, VEDA, Shinnston, Elementary Education GRIFFITH, SUSAN, Core, Home Economics GRIPPER, PAUL, Shinnston, Elementary Education GRISAFI, MELINDA, Point Pleasant, Nursing 178 GULLEY, JERRY, Clarksburg, Business Administration HALL, MILLER, Beckley, Physical Education HARBERT, DAVID, Fairmont, Sociology HARDY, DEBRA, Rig, Social Studies HARLESS, MARSHA, Winfield, Nursing HARRIS, RANDALL, Fairmont, Industrial Technology HARSH, KRISTA, Eglon, Elementary Education HART, DAVID, Fairmont, Engineering Technology HART, KAY, Fairmont, Medical Lab Technician HARVEY, KENNETH, Buckhannon, Industrial Arts HAWKINS, GARY, Fairmont, Physical Education HAYSLETT, CAROLYN, South Charleston, Sociology HEADLEE, DEBORAH, Waynesburg, Pa., Sociology HEARE, KAREN, Keyser, Business Education HELMS, DEBRA, Newburg, Home Economics HENSLER, ROBERT, Bethel Park, Pa., Engineering Technology HERRICK, CECILIA, New Martinsville, Elementary Education HERRON, RALPH, Baxter, Engineering Technology HIGGINS, STEPHEN, Barrackville, Social Studies HILL, JUDITH, Philippi, Nursing HILL, MICHELLE, Bridgeport, Psychology HILL, ROBERT, Philippi, Business HOFFMAN, MARK, Fairmont, English HOGUE, JANICE, Shinnston, Elementary Education 179 HORNER, KATHY, Pine Grove, Physical Education and Health HOSTUTLER, LINDA, Hundred, English HOY, THOMAS, Shippensburg, Pa., Phsyical Education and Health HOYLMAN, GAIL, St. Albans, Nursing HUBBARD, JOHN, Wellsburg, Art JACKSON, BARBARA, Pittsburgh, Pa., Elementary Education JAMESON, JOSHUA, Pennsboro, Physical Education and Health JENKINS, JUDY, Nutter Fort, Nursing JOE, BRENDA, Fairmont, Music and French JOHNSON, MARGIE, St. Marys, Elementary Education JONES, KEVIN, Pittsburgh, Pa., Industrial Education JONES, MICHAEL, Fairmont, Education JUDY, JACK, Franklin, Engineering Technology KALFAS, RICHARD, Dunkirk, N.Y., Recreation KENDALL, MARGARET, Fairmont, Business Administration KIDWELL, THERESA, Slanesville, Speech and Drama KIMBREW, MARILYN, Huttonsville, Home Economics 180 KIMBREW, PAUL, Fairmont, Industrial Arts KING, BETH, New Castle, Pa., Home Economics KING, RANDALL, Pennsboro, Drafting KNIGHT, WENDY, Bridgeport, History KNUDSON, GEOFF, Toms River, N.J., Industrial Education KNUDSON, LINDASUE, Toms River, N.J., Elementary Education KOON, LADONNA, Clarksburg, Social Work KOVACH, DENNIS, Fairmont, Biology LACARIA, JOANN, Clarksburg, Secretarial Studies LANGFITT, DEBRA, Parkersburg, Secretarial Studies LATUSEK, DONNA, Fairmont, Business Administration LEONETTE, JAMES, Bridgeport, Industrial Education LEONETTE, REBECCA, Stonewood, Elementary Education LIGHT, JODY, Buckhannon, Secretarial Studies LINDAMOOD, DEBRA, Parkersburg, Physical Education LINDAMOOD, MICHAEL, Parkersburg, Engineering LINDER, CAROLE, Clarksburg, Elementary Education LINDSEY, WILLIAM, Ranson, Physical Education LIVINGSTON, VIRGINIA, Shinnston, Elementary Education LONG, KATHY, French Creek LUCAS, CAROL, Pennsboro, Physical Education LUDWICK, NANCY, Grafton, Elementary Education LUKOWSKI, MARGARET, South Charleston, French MacDONALD, JAMES, Fairmont, Biology 181 MALE, SAM, Clarksburg, Engineering Technology MARRARA, VICKIE, Arthurdale, Nursing MARSH, DANNY, Clarksburg, Speech and Drama MARTIN, DAVID, Waynesburg, Pa., Business Administration MARTIN, PAMELA, Sistersville, Physical Education and Health MARTIN, PATRICK, Fairmont, Business MARTINELLI, FRANK, Burton, Engineering Technology MASON, BARBARA, Weston, Elementary Education MATTHEWS, ELAINE, Franklin, Ohio, Social Work MAZZEI, CYNTHIA, Clarksburg, Physical Education and Health McCLAIN, VICKIE, Clarksburg, Physical Education McCULLOUGH, DIANA, Grafton, Elementary Education McCUNE, LAWRENCE, St. Marys, Elementary Education McGOWA N, CAROL, Fairmont, Recreation McGOWAN, DAVID, Fairmont, Physical Education and Health McKINNEY, MARCIA, Nutter Fort, Nursing McNEILL, BEVERLY, Moorefield, Clerical MELLON, GWEN, Piedmont, Social Science MILLER, DEBRA, Tunnelton, Elementary Education MILLER, HOLLY, Fairmont, Elementary Education MILLER, CECILIA, Fairmont, Elementary Education MILLER, MARYJO, Clarksburg, Elementary Education MOATS, DANNY, Fairmont, Political Science MOLLE, BETH, Bristol, Clerical 182 MONAS, BRAD, Jefferson, Pa., Physical Education MOORE, AMY, Fairmont, Secretarial Studies MOORE, SUSAN, Fairmont, Health and Physical Education MURPHY, SHIRLEY, Philippi, Social Studies MYERS, PATTY, Fairmont, Nursing NAGY, JANET, Fairmont, Elementary Education NEUBERT, BETH, Venetia, Pa., Home Economics NICHOLSON, DEBY, Clarksburg, Nursing NOPHSKER, KAY, Fairmont, Business Education NUZUM, DAVID, Fairmont, Business Administration O ' FIELD, WILLIAM, Clarksburg, Speech and Drama OJO, LANADE, Fairmont, Industrial Arts 183 OLEKSA, LARRY STEPHEN, Morgantown, Business OLSZUK, MICHAEL, South River, NJ, English ORSINI, TERRI E., Fairmont, French PARKER, DONNIE, Moorefield, Health and Physical Education PARKER, YVONNE, Fairmont, Elementary Education PAUGH, DIANE, Barrackville, Nursing PEASLEE, DEANNE M., Kingwood, Elementary Education PERKINS, CHRIS A., Summersville, Health and Physical Education PETERS, LEWIS, Nutter Fort, Mechanical Engineering PETERSON, LINDA L., Beverly, Elementary Education PETITTO, ARTHUR, Mt. Clare, Industrial Arts PETTIGREW, RANDY, Fairmont, Health PHILLIPS, GILBERT, Mt. Morris, Pa., Business Administration PHILLIPS, JOYCE ANN, Fairmont, Home Economics PHILLIPS, PAUL, Fairmont, Engineering Technology PHILLIPS, REBECCA, Fairmont, Elementary Education PHILLIPS, ROBERTA, Grafton, Physical Education POLING, DAVID, Moorefield, Biology POLING, SUZANNE, Phillippi, Clerical Studies POSEY, LINDA, Roanoke, Music Comprehensive POST, CHARLES, Clarksburg, Accounting POWELL, ANGELA S., Fairmont, Elementary Education POWELL, GLENN, Rairmont, Business, Psychology POWELL, KATHY J., Finleyville, Pa., Home Economics 184 PRATT, GARY, Thornton, Engineering Technology PRENDERGAST, ANNE, Charleston, Elementary Art PRICE, GARY, Mannington, Elementary Education PROCHKO, DEBBIE, Jefferson, Ohio, Health and Physical Education PROUDFOOT, WILLIAM, Philippi, Business Administration PRUNTY, PATRICIA, Barrackville, Social Work QUERTINMONT, BETH A., Fairmont, French RADCLIFF, CARL, Fairmont, Industrial Education RADDISH, DEVON, Fairmont, Elementary Education RASBECK, DIANE, New York, Secretarial Studies REXRODE, DALE, Elkins, Business Administration RICHARDS, JEFF, Lost Creek, Economics RILEY, ROBERT, Worthington, Industrial Education RISE, BETHANY, .Fairmont, Clerical ROBERTS, SUSAN, St. Albans, Elementary Education ROGERS, EDWIN, Clarksburg, Md., Psychology ROTUNDA, JOHN, Fairmont, Engineering Technology RUKAT, KATHRYN, Pittsburgh, Pa., Home Economics RUTHERFORD, RANDY, Sistersville, Social Studies SANDY, LENARDA, Fairmont, Elementary Education SCOTT, BARBARA, Waynesburg, Pa., Recreati on SCOn, JACQUELINE, Fairmont, Elementary Education SHAFER, ROBERT, Morgantown, English SHAHAN, KATHY LYNN, Fairmont, Business Education 185 SHARP, JEFFREY, Webster Springs, Engineering Technology SHEETS, DEBRA, Fairmont, Physical Education SHORT, STEPHANIE, Fairmont, Clerical Studies SHROUT, ROGER, Kingwood, Biology SHROYER, EDWARD, Fairmont, Business Administration SHULTZ, JOANN, Fairmont, Journalism and English SHULTZ, PATRICIA, Fairmont, Nursing SIMS, JOYCE, Fairmont, Physical Education and Health SINNETT, LINDA, Ravenswood, Elementary Education SIRK, STEPHEN, Clarksburg, Social Welfare SKROBACZ, JOSEPH, Mt. Pleasant, Pa., Physical Education and Health SMITH, DAVID, Grafton, Engineering Technology SMITH, JAMES, Parkersburg, Psychology SMITH, MICHAEL, Clarksburg, Business Administration 186 SNODERLY, JAMES, Barrackville, Physical Education STAFFORD, DEBORAH, New Cumberland, Elementary Education STALDER, SUSAN, Fairmont, Elementary Education STARKEY, ROBERT, Buckhannon, Business Administrat ion STARKEY, SHARON, Friendly, Elementary Education STATLER, DANIEL, Fairmont, Health and Physical Education STEELE, FREDERIC, Fairmont, Business Administration STEMPLE, JAN, Philippi, Nurisng STEWART, CHERYL, Fairmont, Psychology STEWART, MARVIN, Fairmont, Buisness Administration STEWART, WILLIAM, New Martinsville, Social Studies STINGO, JANET, Fairmont, Physical Education and Health 187 STINGO, TINA, Fairmont, Clerical STOUT, DEBORAH, Grafton, Elementary Education STRICKLING, REBECCA, West Union, Social Studies and English STROMBERG, DENNIS, Mt. Clare, Elementary Education STURM, BRENDA, Fairmont, Speech and Drama and English STURM, GARY, Fairmont, Social Studies SUMMERS, ELIZABETH ANN, Fairmont, Secretarial SWICK, GERALD, Fairmont, Language Arts TALERICO, MARY, Morgantown, Elementary Education TAYLOR, CHARLENE, Baltimore, Md., Physical Education TAYLOR, MARY, Fairmont, Elementary Education TEETS, BARBARA, Farmington, Elementary Education TENNANT, DAVID, Barrackville, Industrial Education TENNEY, MARTIN, Fairmont, Biology THOMPSON, CARLENA, Fairmont, Nursing HTOMPSON, KAY, Gary, Elementary Education THORNE, MICHAEL, Mannington, Elementary Education TOOTHMAN, ROBIN, Farmington, Home Economics TRICKETT, JOHN, Kingwood, Political Science TROVATO, EILEEN, Clarksburg, Elementary Education VANDERGRIFT, BARBARA, Fairmont, Secretarial Studies VINEY, GARY, Fairmont, Industrial Education WACHOB, LEONARD, Fairmont, Business Administration WADE, BONNIE, Parkersburg, Elementary Education 188 WALSH, JOHN, Clarksburg, Business Administration WARDER, DIANE, Grafton, Elementary Education WATKINS, LYNDA, Fairmont, Elementary Education WATSON, RONALD, Lost Creek, Physical Education and Health WEAVER, ROBERT, Grafton, Business Administration WEBB, FREDERICK, Mannington, Engineering Technology WEBER, JAMES, Clarksburg, English WEDDELL, NANCY, St. Albans, Nursing WEESE, SHELDON, Grafton, Industrial Education WEIR, JAMIE, Belle Vernon, Pa., Physical Education and Health WELLS, JOSEPH, New Martinsville, Social Studies WELLS, PHYLLIS, Fairmont, Business Administration 189 WETZEL, DEBRA, Nutter Fort, French WETZEL, LEWIS, Nutter Fort, Engineering Technology WHITE, ALICE, Nutter Fort, Nursing WHITING, SUSAN, Martinsburg, Elementary Education WILL, CYNTHIA, Weirton, Nursing WILLARD, DEBBIE, Shinnston, Elementary Education WILLIAMS, ANNA, Clarksburg, Physical Education WILLIAMS, GLADYS, Clarksburg, Physical Education WILLIAMS, SHERRY, Ripley, Home Economics WILLIAMS, STEPHEN, Clarksburg, Journalism WILLIAMS, TRUDY, Davis, Home Economics and English WILSON, DEBORAH, Rock Cave, Recreation WILSON, LINDA, Webster Springs, Home Economics WILT, MARK, Lost Creek, Engineering Technology WOOD, ROBERT, Recreation WOODARD, GARY, Ravenswood, Physical Education and Health WOLFE, CAROLE, Bayard, Elementary Education WORCESTER, ROBERT, Fairmont, Business Administration WOTRING, ROBERT, Fairmont, Elementary Education WRIGHT, DONNA, Hurlock, Md., Physical Education and Health WRIGHT, LORA, Ravenswood, Secretarial Science WYNE, BARBARA, Sutton, Physical Education YOKUM, DEBORAH, Petersburg, Social Studies ZEMANEK, JERRY, Lorain, Ohio, Math 190 JUNIOR CLASS OF 76 Maria J. Ammons Susan Jane Anderson Cathy Lynne Andrick Suzanne Elaine Arbogast Vickie Lynne Ash Stephanie J. Ashcraft Kenneth R. Beerbower Susan Diane Begunich Sara Lou Benson Michael C. Bland Deborah Joyce Boggs Pamela Kay Brannon Diana Lynn Brown Lois Ann Byers Patti Sue Cain 191 Roman Chuby Charles Cameron Clyde Michael Edwin Conley Kathleen Gayle Cunningham Terry L. Cutrone Gale Elaine D ' Abruzzo John B. Dadisman Beth Ann Davis Bonnie Lou Davis Lorraine Davis Patricia L. DeAngelo Michael W. DeMuth Dave Wyman Dotson Brenda Gail Farance Gary Linn Ferrell Marilyn Izella Fluharty Peggy Ann Garner R. Colleen George Mary Jane Gibson Kathryn Ann Gooden Susan Jane Hamilton Delores Jean Hedrick Diane Blend Hill Harold Richard Howie Lynn Ann Huey Dennis Lee Hutson Kathe Rose Jackson Martha Jackson Susan Elizabeth Kaufman Kathy Lynn Kee 192 Shelby Ann Kelley Douglas G. Kiger Janet LuAnne Kimes DeEtta LaJean King Sharon Louise Knotts Alvin Richard Lawson Darletta Lemley Patricia Marks Shirley Ann Maurer Teresa Jane Maynor Debbie Lynn McGinnis Thomas Charles Mclntyre Paul D. Miller Ruthann M. Miller D. Michael Mills Tena Elaine Moats Kenney Lee Moore Brenda S. Moss Linda Jane Mullens Mary Beth A. Panetti Daryla Lee Parsons Steve Pasquariello Jr. Steven Lawrence Patton George Wm. Pintoff 193 Susan Lynn Poling Paul James Post Jeanette Ann Puffenbarger Deborah Kay Pulice Cynthia Jean Reese Deborah S. Riddle David Darrel Riffee J. L. Roe Rick Lee Rogers Debra Jean Roper Debra Rae Rowand Marsha Ann Rowe Jacequeline Lea Russel Mary Jo Sargent Winifred Kay Shaffer Allison Shea James Eldon Short II Frank Shroyer Neil Alan Smith Lois Elinor Southern Jane Ellen Spencer Susan Kay Springston Pamela S. Spurlock Cindy S. Stephenson Debbie Stone David Stopiak 194 Barbara Joann Straight Deborah Ann Stump Patricia Ann Sullivan Melba Rae Swick Susie Talbert Brenda Ruth Taylor Lenora P. Tennant Danny Kim Thompson Karen Elaine Walker Debra Lynn Watkins Williams Keith Watkins Gregory A. Watson Pam Weisgarber Karen Elaine White Mary Kay White James Lee Wolverton Andrea Joan Vegh 195 SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 77 Kathy Marie Acord Timothy Lynn Ambrose Krista S. Anderson Valinda Joy Barb Randy D. Barnes Tammy D. Barnes Gwen Ann Blackham Donna Kay Bonasso Luann Boyce Penny Eileen Boylen Terry F. Brake Robert Wayne Bright Diana Arline Bucklew Rodney Joe Burnsworth Paula Ann Butler 196 Richlan Ann Caynor Theresa Marie Coleman Mary Jane Correll Raymond Lee Correll Kathy Lynne Cummings Joyce Ann Dahmer Gerard Shawn D ' Alesio Starla Kay Daniels Beverly A. Davis Charlene Ann Davis Sheila K. Dean Derwood S. Delong Mary Katherine Dolog Scherry Lynn Dorsey Robert Lee Drake Sheila L. Drake Gary Dean Edwards Diane Yvonne Everson Rebecca Roe Farnsworth John D. Ferchak III Robert F. Field Cathy Ann Flint Lonnie Owen Fluharty Laura Denise Freeman Catherine Sue Gainer Diane Goertler William Gregory Goodfellow Benny Lee Guido Debra D. Haddix Ramona Adele Harbert 197 Debra Carol Harris Terry Lea Hertman Dean Hedrick Thomas J. Helmick Carrie Ann Hendershot Mark W. Himes Francis Lynn Hobbs Deborah Jo Holbert Elizabeth Ann Jefferson Marilyn Sue Jenks Guy R. Jones Thomas W. Jones Debbie Ann Judy Melissa Ann Kiger John David Kight Suzanne Lynn Kline Diana Raye Knapp William Keith Knisely George C-G Koay Lawrence KG Koay 198 Kathy Kruk Paula Elaine Landacre Doug S. Lambert Harold Arthur LangevinJr. Terri Frances Mayfield John Lee McCormick Richard Lynn McDaniel Sharon Kay McGinnis Bonnie Sue Michael Richard Allen Michael Suzanne Moore Mary Kathryn Moran Nancy Jo Nay Patricia L. Nice Jeane Gae O ' Neil Candace Lynette Owens Sandra Kaye Painter Regina Lucille Payne Tara Sue Perrine Lynn Keith Piatt Mary Frances Piscitelli Sharon Kay Posey Donald Gene Ramse- Eric Parrish Randall Nelson Keith Randolph Tom L. Randolph Mary Lisa Reese Gary Leo Riley 199 Julia Ann Rodebaugh Joseph Leo Roe Lou Ann Rosenberger Patricia Ann Safreed Angela Rose Scarnati Richard W. Scott Charlotte Seymour Gary Wayne Shaver Judith Ann Sinsel Sharon Gene Slussar Mary Ann Spatafore Donna Sue Stalnaker Linda Lea Steindler Sandra J. Stemple Connie L. Stieghan Stephen Craig Straight James E. Stickling Shirely Ann Succurro J. Richard Sutton Kay Swiger Kevin Robert Swiger Linda Rosa Tatta 200 lata Nadine Taylor Stanley W. Tenney Jerry Wayne Teter Alana M. Tighe James F. Varsak Joyce Ann Warder Sharon Lee Westerman Roger Lee Williams Ruth Ann Williams Jennifer Sue Wotring Sharon Virginia Wright James L. Yoho 201 FRESHMAN CLASS OF 78 Doris V. Abbott Deborah Lynn Allman Elaine Carol Allman William Ernest Anderson Ronald R. Auvil Mark Alan Bane Patricia Marie Bellotte Sabrina Bennett Daryl R. Biehl Marsha Lynn Boggess Stephanie Bohach Sharon Kay Bowles Joan Adell Bowling Lisa J. Boyce Cindy Ann Brookman 202 J Judith A. Burkhammer Brent Otho Burton Jennifer Lea Cain Leona Diane Cain Leita Marie Caloccia Arthur Leo Carpenter Beverly J. Carr Alex G. Casuccio Shirley Marie Chambers Marcia Lynn Cheslock Pamela Jo Clarkson Robert Lynn Clay Joyce Elizabeth Cline John Victor Coffman Gary Z. Connell Becky A. Cooper James Richard Crace Judy A. Crawford Sallie Lynn Crites Robin Kay Cross Pamela Leanne Davis Lisa Marie Dean Michael Allen Devericks Paula Louise DiCostantino Debbie A. Diehl Phyllis Louise Doak Angelina Susan Dorsey George David Drennen Randall Dale Farley Carolyn Sue Finch 203 Leslie Lois Forinash Alan Fu Donna Jo Gatrell Terry William Gillespie Debbie L. Gower Mary Ann Greynolds Tanya Marie Grossi Janeen Annette Hawkins Pamela Kay Hayhurst Mary Louise Hedrick Carol Marie Herrick Beverly Dawn Hevener William Lee Hicks Kirk Michael Hill Candace Lyne Hise Becky Jean Hoffman Ann Holt Craig Reed Holtz Teresa Gay Hoover Carolyn Elaine Huggins Ronald B. Hurst Daniel Joseph Hyman Loretta Ann lams Debbie Kay Irvin Janet Lynne Johnson Linda Ellen Jones 204 Jackie R. Judy Mary Lee Keenan Nancy Lynn Keiffer Karen Lou King Mark Rodney King Nancy Sue Krupia Mary Ann Kuhn Lois J. Lantz Deborah Irene LaRosa Timothy Randall Lewis Vicki Lynn Lewis Maurice Catherine Libert Debbie Jo Linn Carla Louise Long Roxanna J. Loudin Deanna Lea Mace Janet Ann Madia Lois Jean Malcolm Elizabeth Kaye Marsh 205 Anita R. McPherson Vickie Lynn Mendenhal Jean Marie Mick Barbara Ann Mitchell James Allen Moore Sandra Diane Murphy Lou Anne Musgrove Angela Joyce Myers Vickie Lynn Nesselrodt Deborah Sue Newman Leeane Nichols Dona Paulette Owens Ellen Sue Palmer Janet Gail Perry Judy M. Poling Kathy Jo Porter 206 Gary Clifton Powell Elizabeth Ann Price Sharon Marie Puffenbarger Cynthia Ann Rapchick Charlene Marie Romain Rebecca Ann Roush Dawn Rena Rowand Vicki Dawn Roy Andrea R. Salvatore Kathy Lynn Sanders Regina Ann Scott Kimberly Ann Simpson 207 Michael Craig Simpson Janet Christine Skidmore Mary Perry Skinner Sandra Ann Smith Cynthia Marie Speelman Sheila Marie Starkey Renee Sue Stemple Waynetta Kee Stewart Karen Diane Stiles Connie Ann Stone Lisa Kay Sturm Terry Lea Summers Sanjay Tandon George Gordon Taylor Rodney Layne Tennant Donna Rose Thorpe Opal Mae Underwood Susan Louise Underwood Richard D. VanGilder Leah Frances Vegh 208 Sh erri D. Vincent Bridget Ann Wade Sharon K. Watson Roy Lee Weese Anna Patrice Weirick Vicki A. Welty Thomas Clifton Whaley Melinda Marcelia Wilking John F. Williams Kathryn Anita Williams Larry Elhannon Williams Virginia Denise Williams Debbie Ann Wolfe Jeanne Lou Wolfe Renita Denise Wyatt Donna Jean Yeager Teri Lynn Young 209 FAIRMONT WALL PLASTER COMPANY 201 Fairmont Ave. Fairmont West Virginia Quality, Value and Service With Pride Fairmont — 366-2000 Clarksburg — 842-2122 Morgantown — 292-2755 1 1 1 Tenth St. Compliments of es taurai it 210 Milwaukee ' s first America ' s best Pabst Blue Ribbon beer was selected as America ' s finest beer back in 1893.Today, it ' s still brewed the old-time premium way to give you good old-time flavor. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer First of the Great Milwaukee Brewers Since 1844 PABST BREWING COMPANY • Milwaukee, Wis., Peoria Heights, III., Newark, N. J., Los Angeles, Cal., Pabst, Ga. 31069 Crosby Beverage Company, Fairmont, wv 211 " your flexible air service " SUPERIOR AIR INC Charter Air Ambulance Air Taxi Cargo Flying Lessons Service Day Night, Seve Days a Week, Anytime CALL-366-0122 if no answer call 366-5535 Fairmont Municipal Airport KETTERING ' S Country Style Bread SYMBOL OF SERVICE ■ ' HOPE NATURAL GAS COMPANY Serving Homes, Industries and Institutions in West Virginia DIVISION OF CONSOLIDATED GAS SUPPLY CORPORATION 212 Compliments of V W Electric In sulating Distributors for All Your Electrical Supplies 107 Jackson Street 366-4326 FAIRMONT PRINTING COMPANY, INC. 210 Ogden Ave. Fairmont, W. Va. Phone 363-8500 FIRST NATIONAL BANK In Fairmont ' Always Time for You ' ' Member of F.R.B. andF.D.I.C. I ■ .,:■. . East Fairmont Facility KLINGENSMITH MUSIC STAUD ' S FAMILY Fairmont, W. Va. 363-1600 RESTAURANT Pianos and Organs • Baldwin • New and Used • Wurlitzer MAGNAVOX Stereo Color TV and Components Band Instruments • Leblano •Olds • Seimen Rt. 73 S. of Middletown Mall We specialize in catering and banquets. " MUSIC MAKES YOUR HOUSE A HOME ' Sears SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. - " % Everything for your home, family and car. Middletown Mall, Fairmont, W. VA. Phone 366-5800 213 WMMN Frank Lee Voice of The Falcons 920 KC in Fairmont CBS 5000 Watts W. S. Thomas Transfer, Inc. Fast Dependable Motor Freight Service Moving — Packing — Storing Post Office Box 507 1 854 Morgantown Ave. Fairmont, W. VA 26554 Telephone 363-8050 Husquanna CALDWELL ' S BMW Sales and Service Motorcycles Genuine Parts and Accessories Can-Am Allson Jewelry QnCy tke, Jin t 216 ADAMS STREET FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 366-4S4S LOOK WHAT SMALL CHANGE BUYS AT DO! " DULY " BUSTER " MR. MISTY BAR " BAR " KISS " It ' s Dairy A tower of A tall (real on a Queen fresh- taste! Two slick Your choice frozen on a layers of DQ. of Misly flavors stick and dip- two layers of See how long coated with cold fudge + you can make chocolate peanuls! one last! " DQr SANDWICH make ' em right here they ' re always fresh in our own chocolaly Dairy Queen MV STICKfe EMPrx. hduJ ' bout Pirmw AMOTHEE " DtLLYBAR " C J IT? Narog ' s Styling Salon for men Hair Styling— Hair Coloring Natural Looking Hair Pieces Walk-in or Appointment 1000 Morgantown Ave. Phone 366-1023 Fairmont, W.Va. 214 SM ilJYiShuS! " LET ' S ALL 60 TO DAIR.V QUEEM " Jim and Juanita Burkett Fairmont Dairy Queen 1 022 Fairmont Avenue Fairmont, W. Va., 26554 tyJw ' M fazuJ faf ( J STEVENS STUDIOS A complete photographic service 215 MNB Modern Banking with the Accent on Personal Service MIDDLETOWN NATIONAL BANK Middletown Mall 366-8500 LaCova ' s Barbering and Styling Salon 300 Merchant St. Weaving and Wigs •Men ' s and Ladies Layered Cuts BY APPOINTMENT THE STORE OF CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA Clarksburg Middletown Mall w __ 4 y»M»lHTE WAU w tLV.HKJ yPoTltiac PITROLO PONTIAC CADILLAC CO. gm FAIRMONT, W. VA. Phone 366-3100 216 " 2 Stores to Serve You " 303 Merchant St. U.S. Rt. 250 South ALCAN SHEET AND PLATE Division of Alcan Aluminum Corporation ALCAN lk FAIRMONT PLANT It ' s the real thing, Coke. Trade-mark @ For Seventy-two Years Fairmont COCA-COLA Bottling Works Inc. Fairmont .Va. 26554 VALLEY LANES lb Mm , - It !■ I " 32 Lanes to Serve You " 366-8877 Pleasant Valley Road Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 1)1 TY HONOR COUNT in Sergeant Ed Travis or Al Nethken U.S. Army Recruiting Station 400 Fairmont Avenue P.O.Box 167 Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 217 The Traditional Family Pharmacy Downtown Location— Beautifully Remodeled TURNER PHARMACY 97 Fairmont Ave. at First St. 3DO-1400 The Complete Drug Store • Prescription Specialists • Nursing Home Supplies • First Aid Supplies • All Vitamins • Cosmetics • Fountain •Cards •Gifts • Film Tonics • Vitamins • Medicines • Babv Supplies • Diabetic Needs • Convalescent Aids •Wheel Chair Rental • Complete Drug Needs One Of Fairmont ' s Newest Pharmacies 366-1412 TURNER PRESCRIPTIONS 1214 Locust Ave. Near Fairmont State College, Fairmont General Hospital and Fairmont Clinic Easy Parking The Ultimate in Professional Pharmacy Same Ownership FAIRMONT SUPPLY COMPANY THE FULL SERVICE HOUSE Mine— Mill— Industrial Supplies Telephone 366-4300 BELMONT MOTOR INN Home of (Eatsar ' s ji upper (Ulub Live Entertainment Nightly PRIVATE ROOMS FOR BANQUETS SHOWERS RECEPTIONS CARRY OUT SERVICE AND PIZZA ORDERS FOR RESERVATIONS ROYAL CROWN ' COLA -Dial 363-5300 Located US 19 North Bellview Blvd. Fairmont, West Virginia RC BOTTLING CO. INC. Fairmont, VV.Va. RC - NEHI DIET RITE - DR. PEPPER 218 366-8397 Compliments of PIZZA PUB Pizza Sandwiches and Hoagies with Dining Area and Take-Out Service. Home of the " Keg Room " 800 Locust Ave. Community Bank and Trust Fairmont, West Virginia HID □D " We ' re the bank you invented " Member FDIC WARNER ' S MUSIC 209 Fairmont Ave. Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 Phone (304) 366-2447 Pianos . . . . . . Strings . . . . . . Organs " Your target for " alue " TARLETON BUICK — OLDS INC. Fairmont Ave. at Third Street Compliments of Garden Fresh Markets, Inc. Fairmont MAUNZ Individual Shop For Men " Dress Well and Succeed " Middletown Mall Clarksburg 219 VALLEY DISTRIBUTING Company of Fairmont Inc. Distributors of fine beers •Stroh ' s •Budweiser •Busch •Colt 45 •Malt Duck •Carling Virginia at 1 2th St. Phone 366-1 880 or 366-1 881 2 Mt Side ' PlvUtf 501 Morgantown Ave. Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 Dial 363-7390 " Flowers for all occasions " HENRY and HARDESTY INC. Insurance— Bonding F.S.C. Student Insurance 517 Fairmont Ave. Fairmont, W.Va. Phone 363-7000 LAFAYETTE RADIO ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATE STORE Hi-Fi — Stereo — C.B. Radios Tape Recorders — Guitars 510 Locust Ave. and 41 3 W. Main Fairmont and Clarksburg Phone 366-0545 and 622-8002 — Come in and Browse around — 220 Dial 363-3151 Harry ' s Laminated Products Sink Tops— Vanities— Bar Tops Locust Avenue Ext. (Westchester) Fairmont, W.Va. COME ON DOWN AND BOOGIE 220 Jefferson St. Complete Chevrolet Sales and Service " Marion County ' s Volume Dealer " 1 229 Country Club Road Phone 366-3500 Fairmont ' s Paper Distribution Center ailing and cory Fast SERVICE Sixth St. and Beltline Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 221 Locust Avenue Car Wash 602 Locust Ave. (Across from White School) WASH — FREE WAX — DRY • Fast Efficient! • IVe Use Soft Water. • Locally Owned • No Tipping! 1 i I We ' re FALCON BOOSTERS All The Way! 222 Say It With Flowers From HAUGES FLOWER STORE 505 Fairmont Ave. and Garden Center at Eldora — two minutes from the Mall Compliments of Jack and Jill Cleaners 1112 Fairmont Ave. Alterations of All Kinds and Storage. ©MIMEI LffllKI siiwei hkd@o P.O. Box 1553 Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 624-6478 VESSECCHIA WHOLESALE PRODUCE DISTRIBUTORS Fresh FRUIT and VEGETABLES Dial 366-1760 1 1 4 McKinney St. Fairmont, W. Va. Buns 0, Chef " Newly remodeled Burger Chef " The place is really new, in many senses, featuring lots of new equipment. We specialize in fast, courteous service, with plenty of room for outdoor parking and indoor eating. My staff is trained to provide you with an eating environment that lives up to your expectations. Manager Chuck Miller cordially invites you out for an enjoyable meal. 1 503 Locust Ave. BRAND INDUSTRIES, INC. Manufacturers of Recreational Vehicles 1209 Virginia Ave. Fairmont, West Virginia (304)366-8400 For Your Travel Needs CJairmorit cJravel St atrmorit cJravel 3ervice •Tours •Airlines •Steamships •Hotels •Buses •Trains " Never a charge for our service " 409 FIRST STREET Phone 363-1 232 Cars Trucks Motorcycles WARREN ' S AUTO MART Your Firnedly Used Car Dealer Between Fairmont and Monongah Bank Financing Available THE BOUTIQUE SHOP ' Your Flair and Shirt Headquarters ' Phone 363-6620 610 Locust Ave. Fairmont, VW Warren B. Sloan Owner Office 366-6699 Res. 534-3307 Sauro ' s Cleanerama Launders — Dry Cleaners 201 Merchant St. Dial 363-1400 Drive-In Service 600 Fairmont Ave. Dial 363-7660 31 6 Jefferson Dial 366-1910 Coin Operated Dry Cleaning and Laundry 41 1 Locust Ave. 223 fgjfe 2f! BARRICK MOTOR Sales And Service CO. On All Equipment Downtown Gift Center " Your Jeep Dealer " ADAMS OFFICE SUPPLY 1 377 Locust Ave. Fairmont 210 Adams St. Ph. 363-0651 363-0650 Phone 363-3311 Italian Cuisine SPAGHETTI LASAGNA - RAVIOLI SEAFOOD - STEAKS PIZZA HOAGIES A Full Menu of Kalian Specialty Food For Carry Out Service Call 363-3190 1742 Fairmont Ave. City National Bank Compliments of of Fairmont 120 Fairmont Avenue West Virginia Electric Corporation Phone 363-5500 Member FDIC Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 It s good to know you ' ve got a friend. " 224 Whatever Your World Whatever Your Jean. 1 i Mmm :w:€:M sM Wfi . iM ■ «S vi vVV A i A ...V - 4K. v i M Iff S x- N. •■■■ ; % r ' orkinqmans otores M ' MetovJh Mall ana Downtoyjn Clarksburg -■ ::: %, _ -, • r 225 LEVINE ' S Men ' s Wear Women ' s Wear 323 Adams Street Fairmont, West Virginia NORTH POLE ICE AND STORAGE CO. 614 Gaston Avenue Fairmont, W. Va. " Your Beverage Supermarket " Open till 9:30 P.M. — Seven days a week Two growing Fairmont institutions . . . FSC and FMC FMC Corporation Mining Equipment Division Fairmont, West Virginia 26554 JE|tJ|£ M ' n ' n g IWI%i Equipment 226 PENN AUTO SALES INC Your Toyota Dealer Located on Bellview Blvd. CELICA GT 5 SPEED " The hottest little car around " Phone 366-2720 FAIRMONT LUMBER AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Fairmont Yard at Riversville Phone 278-5325 SPECIALIZING IN CHAR-KO SEAFOOD STEAKS BROASTED On Sizzling CHICKEN Platters CARRY OUT SERVICE CATERING SERVICE FOR BANQUETS PARTIES, WEDDINGS ETC. " We Feed The Champs " Owned and Operated by Al Sabo, FSC Alumni 905 Country Club Rd. Phone 363-9761 A MAN CAN GROW 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 ne w 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 Owens-Illinois Glass Container Division PLANT • FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 227 INDEX Doris Abbott, 202 Deborah Abraham, 1 72 James Abbruzzino, 1 22 John Abbruzzino, 11 8, 1 22, 1 37 Joseph Ackerman, 1 72, 1 48 John Acree, 1 72 Julie Alasky, 144, 172 Paul Alkire, 126 Mark Allen, 1 72 Debbie Allman, 140, 202 Elaine Allman, 202 Timothy Ambrose, 1 96 Gregory Amendolea, 1 72 Krista Anderson, 196 Susan Anderson, 1 26, 1 9 1 William Anderson, 202 Cathy Andrick, 191 Brian Angus, 1 72 Suzanne Arbogast, 191 Marilee Arnett, 172 Rebecca Ash, 191 Robert Ash, 116, 122, 137 Vickie Ash, 69 David Ashburn, 1 72 Barbara Ashcraft, 172, 141 Chris Ashcraft, 1 72 Stephanie Ashcraft, 191 Jean Auvil, 1 72 Ronald Auvil, 202 B Deborah Bailey, 1 73 Kenneth Baird, 69 Cathy Baker, 126, 138, 173 Lynda Baker, 1 73 Rebecca Baker, 1 73 Dennis Ballenger, 1 24 Mark Bane, 202 ValindaBarb, 196 Margaret Bargeloh, 1 45 Charlotte Barnabei, 1 73 Randy Barnes, 1 96 Tamara Barnes, 1 96 French Barnett, 69, 102 Minetta Barrick, 140 Cathy Barron, 144, 173 William Barron, 173 Gayle Batton, 173 Edna Bean, 147 Elizabeth Bean, 173 William Bean, 173, 147 Michael Beaty, 173 Sandra Beaty, 1 73 Kenneth Beerbower, 1 02, 1 20, 1 91 Susan Begunich, 1 91 Julia Belcher, 173 Barbara Bell, 1 18, 173, 128 Nancy Bell, 173 Patricia Bellotte, 1 20, 1 2 1 Sabrina Bennett, 202 Wilma Bennett, 173 Sara Benson, 1 91 Mary Berdine, 1 73 Oleta Bergman, 93, 173 Joyce Berkley, 93, 173 Jack Bert, 174 Larry Betonte, 1 74 Daryl, Biehl, 202 Randy Bierce, 88 Cindy Biondi, 1 74 Gary Bird, 1 20, 1 74 Gwenn Blackham, 196 Darlene Blackwell, 123 MarleneBlackwell, 123 Michael Bland, 191 Carol Blankenship, 1 74 Allen Blomberg, 1 34, 69 Marsha Boggess, 202 Debra Boggs, 191 Stephanie Bohach, 202 Steven Bohus, 69 Frances Bolyard, 1 74 Donna Bonasso, 121, 1 96 John Bonasso Patricia Bonasso, 1 23, 1 1 7 Gary Bongiorni, 1 74 Judy Bonnett, 1 74, 1 44, 1 45 Stephen Book, 102 Eugina Boord, 1 74 Sharon Bowles, 202 Joan Bowlong, 202 Leslie Bowman, 1 28 Alan Boyce, 1 74 Lisa Boyce, 202 Luanne Boyce, 1 96 James Boyd, 65 Penny Boylen, 1 96 David Bradish, 125 Terry Brake, 1 96, 69 Pam Brannon, 1 91 Gary Brewer, 74 Roger Brewer, 1 74 Robert Bright, 196 James Britton, 74 Cindy Brookman, 202 Barbara Brookover, 1 50 James Brookover, 1 74 Nancy Brookover, 1 23 Dianna Brown, 1 91 Kim Brown, 1 74 Mark Brugnali, 69 Susan Brugnali, 1 74 Dominick Brunetti, 1 1 6, 1 22 Diana Bucklew, 151, 196 Judy Burkhammer, 203 William Burnett, 174 James Burns, 129, 131 Phillip Burnside, 120 Rodney Burnsworth, 143, 196 Kevin Burroughs, 1 29 Brent Burton, 203 Jeanne Butler, 1 23 Paula Butler, 196 Lois Byers, 191 c Jennifer Cain, 203 Diane Cain, 203, 130 PattiCain, 191 Robert Caldwell, 175 Marie Caloccia, 203 PaulCalvet, 175, 125 John Capriotti, 1 20 Russel Carlomany, 1 75 Jerry Carnes, 120, 172, 135 PaulCarms, 172 Arthur Carpenter, 203 Janice Carr, 203, 175 Mitch Carr, 175,99 Connie Carroll, 128, 143 Alex Casuccio, 203 Richlan Caynor, 197 Norman Celaschi, 69 Glen 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119, 121 Marion Dobrin, 176, 138 Patricia Dodson, 1 76 Mary Dolog, 197 Angelina Dorsey, 203 Schery Dorsey, 197 Joe Dorsey, 1 76 David Dotson, 193 Robert Drake, 197 Sheila Drake, 197, 138 George Drennen, 143, 203 David Drummond, 65 Robert Drummond, 1 27 Marvin Drvar, 1 77 Renee Ducksworth, 1 21 RetaDunlap, 144, 177, 138 Bernard Dzvonick, 1 77 William Early, 69 Patricia Eates, 144, 177 Lambert Echols, 65 Gary Edwards, 1 97 Janet Edwards, 1 77 Stephanie Ely, 121 Russel Endicott, 120 Diane Everson, 1 97 Jon Falkenstein, 1 27 228 Brenda Farance, 192 Randall Farley, 203 Reb ecca Farnsworth, 1 97 Marsha Feaster, 1 77 Roseann Feltz, 1 77 John Ferchak, 1 24, 1 97, 1 34 Louis Ferarri, 119, 122 Gary Ferrell, 1 92 Robert Field, 1 97 Joseph Finnamore, 1 29 Carolyn Finch, 203 Joseph Fisher, 177 Karen Fisher, 1 77 Benson Flanagan, 124, 143 Clarence Flesher, 177 Cathy Flint, 197 Jack Flint, 88 Lonnie Fluharty, 197 Marilyn Fluharty, 192 Vickie Fluharty, 123 Leslie Forinash, 204 Charles Forsythe, 1 24, 1 77 John Forte, 148, 149,177 Sunday Fowowe, 1 77 Terry Francis, 1 77 Fred Frantz, 147, 177 Steve Freland, 69 Laura Freeman, 1 97, 1 38 Stanly Fru ' m, 147, 177 Allen Fu, 204 Catheryn Gainer, 1 97 Katheryn Gainer, 1 77 Terry Galambus, 65 Richard Galagher, 102 Sue Garcia, 1 21 Harry Gardner, 116, 122, 143 Peggy Garner, 192 Ketheryn Garret, 1 77 Donna Gatrell, 204 John Gearry, 88 Coleen George, 1 23, 1 92, 1 32 Wayne George, 1 29 Michael Gerald, 178 Barbara Ghion, 1 78 Mary Giaquinto, 1 78 Mary Gibson, 192 Terry Gillispie, 204 Michael Giovannone, 69 Cindy Glover, 178 Nathy Godby, 1 1 9, 121, 133 Diane Goertler, 1 97 Lillian Golden, 178 LeeGontz, 118, 128, 137 Katheryn Gooden, 1 92 William Goodfellow, 1 97 Lawrence Goodine, 65 Patricia Goodwin, 1 78 Andrew Gombash, 1 49, 1 25 Robert Gorey, 1 27 Susan Gouzd, 121, 178 Deborah Gower, 204 Thomas Grabb, 102 Rachel Greathouse, 1 78 Vita Gregory, 1 78 Mary Greynolds, 204 Susan Griffith, 1 48, 1 78 William Grimm, 143 Paul Gripper, 147, 178 Melinda Grisafi, 1 78 Debra Grishkat, 1 28 Alvin Gross, 143, 127 Tayna Grossi, 204 Benny Guido, 197 Jerry Gulley, 197, 125 Dennis Guyaux, 65 Joseph Guzzi, 1 19, 122 Nancy Gwinn, 141 Ralph Gwinn, 1 25 H Deborah Haddix, 197 Miller Hall, 179,65 Mark Hamilton, 1 72 Sara Hamilton, 141 Susan Hamilton, 117, 142, 192,131, 125 Michael Hanlon, 69 Andrea Hanson, 1 28 David Herbert, 179 Romona Herbert, 1 97 Beverly Harding, 97 Debra Hardy, 1 79 Marsha Harless, 144, 179 Ellen Harner, 116,128 Mary Harper, 119, 121 Ralph Harper, 1 19 Debra Harris, 121, 143, 198 Randall Harris, 179 Krista Harsh, 1 79 David Hart, 1 79 Kay Hart, 1 79 Kent Hartlieb, 99, 119, 121 Terry Hartman, 1 98 Kenneth Harvey, 1 79 Linda Haught, 143 Gary Hawkins, 102, 179 Janeen Hawkins, 204 Mary Hawkins, 145 Pamela Hayhurst, 204 Carolyn Hayslett, 1 28, 1 79 Deborah Headlee, 121, 176 Karen Heare, 1 79 Delores Hedrick, 192 Mary Hedrick, 204 Ronald Hedrick, 198 David Helmick, 127 Thomas Helmick, 74, 198 Patricia Helms, 1 79 Carrie Hendershot, 1 41 , 1 98 Donald Henderson, 99, 1 48 Cathy Hennen, 143 Robert Hensler, 1 29, 1 50, 1 79 James Hermosilla, 1 27 Carol Herrick, 204 Cecilia Herrick, 1 79 Ralph Herron, 1 79 Beverly Hevener, 204 William Hicks, 204 Elizabeth Higgins, 123 Steven Higgins, 1 20, 1 50, 1 79, 1 35 Victor Higgs, 148 Melba Hildreth, 195 Diane Hill, 147, 192 Gregory Hill, 1 25 Kirk Hill, 179,204 Judith Hill, 179 Robert Hill, 1 79 Mark Himes, 198 CandiceHise, 117, 121,204 Frances Hobbs, 145, 198 Paul Hofbauer, 151 Mark Hoffman, 1 79 Rebecca Hoffman, 204 Janice Hogue, 1 79 Deborah Holbert, 1 98 Sharon Holsberry, 123, 141 Ann Holt, 141, 143,204 Craig Holtz, 204 Tresa Hoover, 204 Robert Horback, 65 Kathy Horner, 1 80 Linda Hostutler, 180 Harold Howie, 192 Thomas Hoy, 1 80 GaleHollman, 180 Michael Hudson, 88 LynnHuey, 116, 123, 141, 192, 132 Carolyn Huggins, 204 Kathy Hunter, 1 28 RusselHupp, 127 Ronald Hurst, 148,204 Dennis Hutson, 192 Danile Hayman, 204 Loretta lams, 204 Deborah Irving, 204 Paula Isner, 117, 121 Barbara Jackson, 1 80 Cathe Jackson, 1 92 Martha Jackson, 192 Kimberly Jacobs, 145 Kathryn Jacquez, 1 1 9, 1 22, 1 26, 150 Joshua Jameson, 1 80 Elizabeth Jefferson, 1 98 Judy Jenkins, 244, 145, 180 Marilyn Jemks, 198 John Jobst, 88 Brenda Jo, 1 50, 1 80 Janet Johnson, 128, 204 Margie Johnson, 128, 137, 180 Debra Johnston, 150 Anna Jones, 1 44 Guy Jones, 198 John Jones, 65 Kevin Jones, 149, 180 Lynda Jones, 1 43, 204 Michael Jones, 180 Thomas Jones, 125, 198 Debra Judy, 198 Dennis Judy, 129, 131, 151 Jack Judy, 1 80 Jacqueline Judy, 205 Patricia Julian, 1 45 K Richard Kalfas, 144, 180 Susan Kauffman, 1 26, 1 92 Patricia Kepler, 1 21 Kathy Kee, 192 May Keenan, 205 George Keener, 147 Nancy Keiffer, 132, 205 Shelby Kelley, 193 John Kelly, 129, 131 Margaret Kendall, 1 80 Kathy Kent, 1 23 Kenneth Kerr, 65 Kathy Kessler, 1 23 Jeffrey Kevan, 92 Bruce Kidd, 125 Theresa Kidwell, 1 80 Gary Kiger, 193 Jerome Kiger, 1 40 Melisa Kiger, 198 JohnKight, 198 Marylin, Kibrew, 190 Paul Kimbrew, 99,148,149,181 Janet Kimes, 128, 193 Deborah Kinsell, 121 Beth King, 181 DeEttaKing, 128, 137, 147, 193 Karen King, 128, 205 Mark King, 205 Randall King, 181 MikeKirby, 151,88,91 Donley Kisner, 65 Dennis Kittle, 129 Suzanne Kline, 198 Dianna Knapp, 198 Stephanie Knife, 1 81 Wendy Knight, 198 Sharon Knotts, 193 Geoffrey Knudson, 1 81 Linda Knudson, 1 81 George Koay, 1 98 Lawrence Koay, 1 98 Ladonna Koon, 181 Dennis Kovack Katherine Kruk, 199 Nancy Krupia, 205 Mary Kuhn, 205 John Kupetz, 102 John Kuzio, 148 Joann Lacaria, 181 Herb Lambert, 65, 1 29, 1 3 1 , 1 99 Charles Lambiotte, 1 48 Paula Landacre, 77, 1 99 Harold Langebin, 141, 199 David Lannan, 1 81 Lois Lantz, 205 Deborah LaRosa, 1 26, 205 Donna Latusek, 151 Karen Latusek, 181 Melissa Laulis, 126 Alvin Lawson, 1 93 Bruce Lawson, 65, 1 25 Barton Lee, 1 40 John Lee, 69 Douglas Leeper, 1 27 Sheila Leeper, 1 21 Darletta Lemley, 192 James Leonette, 1 81 Rebecca Leonette, 121,133,181 Joseph Lester, 1 25, 1 37 Timothy Lewis, 205 Victoria 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Monroe, 1 26, 1 41 Amy Moore, 1 83 Connie Moore, 1 30 James Moore, 1 26 Jenette Moore, 141, 150 Lela Moore, 1 93 Michael Moore, 69 Susan Moore, 1 83 Suzanne Moore, 199 Mary Moran, 97, 1 99 Kathelyn Moreman, 97 Mark Moreno, 119, 122, 137 Brenda Moss, 193 Donna Moss, 1 44 Lynda Mullins, 193 Elisabeth Murdoch, 144, 145 Jean Murphy, 116, 1 23 Sandra Murphy, 206 Shirley Murphy, 1 83 Angela Myers, 1 30, 206 Patty Myers, 144, 183 Thomas O ' shea, 92 Candice Owens, 1 99 Dona Owens, 132, 206 N Janet Nagy, 1 83 Susan Nanni, 1 44 Mary Nugrog, 1 21 Jeffrey Nau, 92 Nancy Nay, 199 Vickie Nesselrod, 206 Beth Neubert, 183 Deborah Newman, 206 Patricia Nice, 199 Bruce Nicholas, 1 29 Lee Nicholas, 206 Deborah Nicholson, 144, 183 Kepler Nigh, 1 51 Kay Nophsker, 1 83 David Nuzum, 1 83 Robert Nuzum, 1 27 o Rebecca Oates, 1 1 7, 1 25, 1 31 , 1 41 , 143 Theodore Offutt, 127 William O ' field, 183 Issac Ojo, 1 83 Larry Oleksa, 184 Michael Olszuk, 184 Dale O ' Neal, 69, 103 Jeanne O ' Neil, 121, 1 ?9 Mark 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Deborah Riddle, 194 David Riffee, 1 94 Gary Riley, 199 Robert Riley, 129, 185 Bethany Rise, 1 85 Susan Roberts, 1 85 Charlotte Robinson, 145 Donna Robinson, 1 21 , 1 33, 1 50 Garnet Robinson, 97 Roxanne Robinson, 1 21 Julia Rodebaugh, 200 Joseph Roe, 1 94, 200 Edwin Rogers, 1 85 Richard Rogers, 151, 194 Charlene Romain, 145, 207 Debra Roper, 194 John Rotunda, 1 85 Rebecca Roush, 1 43, 207 Don Rowand, 1 30, 207 Debra Rowand, 130, 194 Vickie Roy, 207 Katheryn Rukat, 185 Jacqueline Russell, 121,133,194 James Russell, 65 Kent Rutherford, 1 85 Patricia Safreed, 200 Andrea Salvatore, 207 Greg Sams, 69 Mary Sargeant, 1 94 Cathy Saunders, 1 32, 207 Angela Scarnati, 200 Bruce Schaefer, 92, 1 20 Barbara Scott, 1 1 7, 1 21 , 1 33, 1 38, 185 Jacqueline Scott, 1 85 Regina Sctoo, 207 230 I Richard Scott, 200 Susan Secreto, 121 Mark Succurro, 118, 120 Johnnie Sedera, 65 Shirley Semmelman, 144 Sharon Sesler, 1 23, 1 32 Charlotte Seymour, 1 21 , 200 Robert Shafer, 1 85 Dennis Shaffer, 65, 1 20 Winifred 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Debbie Stump, 132, 195 Deborah Stump, 1 23 Brenda Sturm, 1 88 Gary Sturm, 147, 198 Lisa Sturm, 208 Shirley Succurro, 1 28, 200 Janet Suck, 128, 141 Mark Succurro, 1 20 Patricia Sullivan, 195 Elizabeth Summers, 1 88 Terry Summers, 208 Euginia Suplita, 230 Richard Sutton, 200 Robert Swarner, 1 25 Gerald Swick, 188 Helen Swiger, 200 Brian Swisher, 65, 1 20 T Veatrice Talbert, 1 28, 1 37, 1 35 Mark Talbott, 1 1 9, 1 20 Mary Talerico, 1 88 Sanjy Tandon, 208 Linda Tabatta, 200 Brenda Taylor, 195 Charlene Taylor, 1 88 George Taylor, 208 Jane Taylor, 1 28, 1 37 Mary Taylor, 1 88 Tara Taylor, 201 William Taylor, 149 Barbara Teets, 1 88 David Tennant, 1 88 Joe Tennant, 149 Lenora Tennant, 1 95 Maria Tennant, 191 Rodney Tennant, 208 Martin Tenney, 1 88 Stanley Tenney, 201 Marcus Terneus, 99 Jerry Teeter, 201 Chester Thomas, 143 Dale Thomas, 1 1 9 Catheryn Thomas, 1 45 Marvin Thomas, 1 48 Carlena Thompson, 144, 188 Danny Thompson, 1 20, 1 95 Joyce Thompson, 130, 141 Kay Thompson, 1 88 Michael 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