Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH)

 - Class of 1962

Page 1 of 337

 

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1962 Edition, Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 337 of the 1962 volume:

, 1, nv '. .,,.f, .. :1f:L:'.'- 3 2,111.1-. .1 115175, will-., V , " .L 1 4,5 'mg 1 gi: .- 'fff -J J ,Ku fp, 5 ai." , Q.. ,,,. fy A V1 W -,J -.1 4, - A., . , , .. 2 'Bw ' "W, -'f .H .- 1':a,lw , M10 V51 , ' .x"" A Ev if ,., 33 - 2' VJ. 1 K'K - -- ..Q,:, A. ,f":,-,w-up--.. w.. -4,-11... . 2- ,-,H--f-,M--V ' --,,: . M.-fm .- ' N uv - - -' , , . V, . ,- , . W-'-f.f'zHtvNf"' S."'w2f':i"f?-V --F , i-2: -1 P-Nik: '-'.'4W'f'l1 - .fs - - 'f ' I vga,-.fa ,, .1-' V --1 ' ' YEHT '41 - 5 -- .ij-' -' Q1 Q "f, fi S' Qkfrai 3 -p,..,...A:q- V. '.,ff .. ' W ' ,. Qinzzedlsc,7.Tif.,.L2y:.49.-1..1 Q, ' , 1 , . , A ., -4-. , Lf 1 ,ig " - hm. N 5,4 - Q 4,1 3, 1 ,f n . I 5 . mg V. , .. ,4.,fr" ,A-g,,n4fv,...f . .f,g.,y .,. Huis ,4 YJ, 1, A , lu. ev, A..-sf.4...4 , .,-.'-fp, ' ' .' ., 'M -..9.5w-.f,f'J91.1,,f:.a+f,.'J:'t5-1 K X I 43 Zfffa' 4.7 i - 5 il fi? F3212 S K fl .1 F if fxr-X N nl.,-.,-W FAIRMCNT DRAGON STAFF ' V Anita Trenner Editor-in-Chief Sherry Kaufman I Head- Section Editor Ellen Blair Co-Editor Laura Lovins I K' Business Manages PRESENTED BY JOURNALISM CLASS OF FAIRMONT HIGH SCHOOL KETTERING, OHIO VOLUME XXXIX Copy Editor ...,. L ..... 4, ,..., A.rJ't Copy Editor ,,....,. Nancy Irwin Senior Section Editor .,...,. ,,..,. junior Section Editor ,......... ..,. Sophomore Section Editor ...... Art Editor ..................,........ Beauty Section Editor ....,. Faculty Section Editor ............ Academic Section Editor . Girlr' S port: Editor ............ Boyr' Sport: Editor .......... Organizations ....,.,..., Actioitier ...,.......... Photographer! ., .... .. Photo Scheduler ........ Photo Sale: ................., Photo Index .....,...,.......,... Adoertiring Manager ..... S uhfcriptzonx ,.......i.......... S ecretezry .............,......... Parent Patrons, ...... Sally Roush Carolyn Battenberg .. Becky Thompson Karen Lantz Mary Clarke Betsy Smith Judy Wise Linda Burger Sally Roush Bob Purkey Louise Estes Nancy Irwin John Finke Stan Kuenn Nancy Perry Donna Beasley Kandy Kiefaber Jane Creager John Finke Judy Denney Carol Randolph X DEDICATION a o In appreciation of his willingness to help and his desire to improve our school, the staff proudly dedicates this 1962 edition of the DRAGON to Mr. Bolender. In his first year as principal, Mr. Bolender has inspired his students with his high ideals, cheerfulness, and encouragement. Because of the understanding and patience he has shown, he has become a respected and admired principal. it MR. ALFRED BOLENDER 5 V., Our principal, Mr. Bolender, attended the Alfred Holbrook College in Manchester, Ohio, on a two-year athletic scholarship before entering the service. After completing his tour of duty with the Air Force, Mr. Bolender graduated from the University of Cincinnati with the degree of Bachelor of Science. He received his Master of Education degree from Moorhead State Teachers College. Mr. Bolender taught at Greenmont Ele- mentary School and served as principal of the West Unit and assistant principal of Fairmont High School prior to his present assignment. X. 31 li' 'l il' l 1 -Y J , f' 2?-f GQLDEN GLIMPSES OF '62 With the school year drawing to a close, we turn to Catch a final glimpse of the fun, friends, and spirit of Fairmont. These glimpses will re- main forever, imprinted on our hearts and minds, in non-tarnishable gold. Each time you glance over these pages, the memories will grow more and more dear to you-and then, this book will indeed become a GCLDEN GLIMPSE into one of the most won- derful years of your life-1 9 6 2. 'sc L1-www-anna.,-11112- -- --A..-w-11-:mul XXX!!! f-rw F: 'UH ww mea 'Lil in TUG E F H f-f fn as :J U' ru Ph O E D D- 5. E' FN VT' rn P1 U1 Pep signs bolster Fairmont spirit. 2 E 5 A 1 F 1 "U E 1 i XX., W if SL gg 5 ' 55" - 5 3 jf A T' "UQ" Students enjoy visiting Mr. Ehler and his i'f1'iend." GOLDEN GLIMPSES OF '62 Visiting the Board of Education building is an interesting experience for students. .X lx .J 2--W-f ' ' .Q 2 -' ' L gMFQn.w"',M,,,jf",,. ii" iii LL1 ,. 3 , A ,' 'S y :fi 5? 2 if ' - f Q ' H n Qin gLi'iii,fc gg , e gl- ,,,5g,:,f ix 4 L. L ,Li , 1 .. - ' rL J, L ml, ,K MQW ' ,f A , V, L ,ag ,f.. i f.g-,,1L 'fig , 1 ,iv if 3 L1 yy " .ai V: - . ,' L I X mmm. -5? . '27 'Fl F ' ' iiLili var, UH! tw ill 'X '..!!!!!ffaff 'A l L I i Z 1 ,1 , lf ""!5 5 i Pi ' , S VPTWTT " ' . '- K I ff VL: , 'upbeat , L, - ' ,f " ',,iY :RLS 9 641,21 V P1437 ,T 3svfw'f,5Tl 1. -' 'FYQVEL 1- ' , My. in ilfiwli-' Q 'V K ', ":m,- ' 72.-KV: 'L fH3:fs:3'1,,,a Tm: , A 101, f' f l ' fx' Neitlioiiffain, nor sleet nor sn Fairmor1t's mailman. ,, K i f im' Q W , v X if A Wx 4 I 1 .sf ' My 5 l, x ls, Q, ki' X , , X ll N h'51-.ol Ei' 5 wx X M1 if NZ Q 5 if .uno 1+ X54 nfigiy qg xiii 5 ,wh Q15 F I ,fy f is inf 7 X W , W Q' 1' u 2' ,bf , M an asf. i, mg X 5 W fi, .Ag c .N 'ze ,g Win! f S ffsfzf , , l ngglg , W , if 2 la, if if T 5 449 E M a W Q ,xx F X 'Q' 2 fi 4. E fa E 7 l 4 4. Nl f 'F W l l X ik liilf 2 1' 5' 2 41 f Q h 1 E f , A 933-I i 5 fb E H ' Wklg O59 51 ii fx' not g v , W , ow can stop L 34 Li ' , :K None 'rw came nv won. of ymwmy-, umm am VThouglifflffovokingliniolffocs inspire students, .2 L W, ,ML u,,. L f WMKLX, , 1 l ,,Lfw.fL L ,X ' 1 47957, L .V f Sr li.. J .fi Before-between-or after .www classes-there is disciilsgions. -L , L ,, L, 5 L ,QL 'L - - f,1f2QE3iytCi'4 " vfisswiiliik, TV f rg X 2 5 is 'fi "Chow-time" -for hungry L,,k My A',h' Good eyesighfi and proper adjustments allow 1 ,pupils to view the microscopic world, R L ,3,g,,:s2,v-"E" ' LL ,,,, ,, My J, we V mi-:K -LLM L , io, 9 M, L,L,,L-W, ,Q L ,.,, L 7 Lo,iLwL,. ,mc , .15 i W 7 1 1, em , ,,Q,M.,- ,Lf - N, LL L L , ,LL,L L2, .. H L, ,,,1,,w., f--H-11I1m3w,4f'.. L,, .. - , ,X,,,x,,,. 'K L, Monitors maintain quiet and . as ,Jn-iam' ,z ,,W.m , A ev fe V L ff 231 5 I 2 fl fl A f'-1 1 , , L ' M 4 rssr q MN s M if I XV .W M -1 A,-'. ' sersfgi C1 ry. ' +s,..1.....-P' . f:f.i.'Sv ,iz H 'Z' " 9 f , . .ww A ' ' gn? "' Q""'N K f iv , A- Q ' I r. - I .- M , XT' W 'fi' X 57-' Kf'i'.Ki1vfzfiQi: - L: ' ' X f,4m",,f ' r ' Changing classes meant exercise and n chance to talk with friends. Leisure time found students relaxing in the amphitheater THE HOLDEN DAYS" ARE THE "GOLDEN DAYS" QW QI! 2 ,..f1,::v K--4 ,r, K 1. ar X. as 1' - 'ui' :T TSJXX K Vx ,K XX sm 'W '-'SFX' - ,, ix. i sT'5?1n'eb., I rung, remamed open for Club meetrngs., ,-', E A , V Cheerleaders inspired they-studentsvgnd teams tqn 1101, enthusiasm. , , 'i'r, A - V Our band illustrated what "togetherness" meant. Walking through the campus, one can easily get a priceless view of Fairmont through its many win- dows. These windows show, not only the daily class- room activities, but also the extra-curricular activi- ties of the athletic teams, the marching band, and the various organizational groups. A wonderful feeling of spirit prevails throughout the seven buildings. Enthusiasm and a feeling of friendliness and activity are everywhere at all times. This sterling spirit is the intangible part of every "Golden Glimpse" of the year at Fairmont. ,wffmiiglsart ts ., 0 , 9 'il Mir.. ,Q P49 iii.i agree' 'With Darwin's sthe0fY?f ni'o l'si i ttii ..t. t 'l n i A ' K L 'f if3,9f"f ffiiiisfm 'f-JJ1' Dragonsflikeiithisi githeif team to ' many p vic- t01f16S4,j tks. ,.,:, V V up .M GCLDEN GLIMPSES OF LE bi q l I..-Q-....-f-"Xia ADMINISTRATION 5 is Left sto righz: Richard Sultzbach, West Unit Principalg Charles Nolan, Assistant Principalg Alfred Bolender, Principalg Harold Hall, Central Unit Principalg Charles Ramey, East Unit Principal. I3 Mr. Roush . Mr. Chester A. Roush, the Superintendent of Kettering Schools for three years, grad- uated from Alfred Holbrook College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education. fi i pi ' Having' obtained his Master of Science de- gree .lat V iithejljslniversity , L of Wisconsin, he continues. Withglgggaduate i courses at Miami University aridfgfQolorado State University. He taught and coached- at Fairmont and in other schools before becoming Superin- tendent. A member of Phi Delta Kappa, National Educational Honor Society, Mr. Roush is truly a remarkable administratora ouR SUPERINTENDENT Everyone who knows Mr. Roush respects and admires the qualities of leadership he shows as Superintendent. He is responsible not only for 12,747 school children and 828 school employees, but also for seeing that there is maximum usage of the taxpayers, money. An active member in civic and community affairs, Mr. Roush has all it takes to be successful-zest, friendliness, sincerity, and a sense of humor. The most important quality for his position is evident in everything he does: He likes what he is doing, and he likes the students. "Just one big happy family" describes the Roush family to a T. Pictured are Mr, Roush, jean, Sally, john, Mrs. Roush, and dogs, "Sam" and "Luke," DR. MAURICE WOGAMAN, MR. L. HOWARD FLATTER, V Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent M in charge of Pupil Personnel in charge of Curriculum The responsibility of carrying out the duties of the ad- ministrative department is ably performed by this staff. Since each is in charge of one specific area, he can devote more time and become better acquainted with the tasks pertaining to his particular field. AND STAFF From left 20 rigbl: Mrs. Bertha E. Weist, Clerkg Mr. Richard Creagerg Mr. Willis G. A . Eickmang Mr. Patrick Irelan, Presidentg Mr. john Bowden, Vice Presidentg Mr. Robert Krebs. as MR. JOHN LUCAS, Assistant Superintendent in charge of Business yyw-.L MR. CLARK HAINES, Director of Personnel and Community Relations The Board of Education is in charge of over seeing the entire school system and its progress This board, consisting of five elected members represents the community in all school matters The fine school system in Kettering today if partly a result of having a responsible, interestec Board of Education. I5 Ili: ,A "Dadcly's getting pretty good at this," says john Bolender as Mr. and Mrs. Bolender look on. NR. ALFRED BOLENDER, Principal PRINCIPALS CHARLES NOLAN, Assistant Principal 'Na 'N-..--1 N-S, ' '.t,m4-qsulhiwm i ""hQQ"' Mmm-mm wr Family Bar-B-Q's are always fun, as illustrated by the Nolan fam ily, Mike, Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan. Mr. Charles Ramey names family life and "the great outdoors' as his main interests. Pictured with him are Mary Ellen, Mrs CHARLES RAMEY Ramey, and Chuck. East Unit UNIT PRINCIPALS HAROLD HALL Central Unit The Hall family finds enjoyment in listening to records on their stereo. Pictured are Vicki, Mrs. Hall and Greg. Family games are the most fun of all, according to the Sultzbach family, RICHARD SULTZBACH Carolyn, Mrs. Sultzbach, Ann, and Mr. Sultzbach. West Unit The Fairmont secretaries in action prove their motto really is "speedy efficiency." SECRETARIES Keeping the offices running smoothly and efficiently is the job of our high school secretaries. They keep the records up to date and clear up the many small cle- tails involving school functions. Services performed by these eight fine secretaries are needed and greatly ap- EVELYNE BROWN BETTY GOETCHEUS FRANCES HODGES preciated bythe student body. ETHEL HOSKET CHARLOTTE ROBINSON EVELYN SORENSON LAURA STUCKEY JEAN THOMAS Ne L. zo R.: Aldene Tavaniello, Kay Herron, Hellen Turner, Mary Nugent, Front: jane Saettel. Administrative secretaries of the Board of Education relations, offices are responsible for keeping all business on Sched- Their Pieasemf attitude and efficiency help to keep fhe ule. Typing, filing and acting as receptionists, these Offices running smoothly, secretaries assist in the operation of the superintendents Beeause of the exeeiienf job they are dging, we are office, pupil personnel, business, curriculum, and public Sincerely grateful to ali our Seefefai-ies, Franz, L. lo R.: Margaret Fisher, jean Vogel, Miriam Yoe. Second mtv: Harriet Hoppe, Erma Swaminger, Dorothy Sorg, Phyllis Scheibenzuber. Third row: jean Anderson, Kay Hawkins, Sarah Langston, Shirley Miller, Kay Houseman. RUTH ANDERSON MARY GITHENS CHRISTINA WAHL West Unit Counselor Central Unit Counselor East Unit Counselor Coordinator of Counselors UNIT COUNSELORS Miss Anderson, Miss Wahl, and Mrs. Githens explore various college bulletins so they can better instruct their students. Helping students look to the future is the main duty of Mr Jackson, Mr. Sims, and Mr. Cook. GORDON COOK, JAMES JACKSON JAMES SIMS West Unit Counselo. Central Unit Counselor East Unit Counselor A. Bolender, J. Lucas, C. Roush, L. H. Flatter, P. Wagner, J. Reed, P. Irelan, T. Mallett, and D. Rayburn. ATHLETIC BCARD PAUL E. WAGNER Supervisor of Athletics SECONDARY STEERING COMMITTEE From row, L. to R.: M. Richards, M. Metz, H. Roark, L. Hoffman, J. Harmon, M. Davis, G. Bailey, G. Smolinski, F. Homer, L. H. Flatter Bark row: G. Blackmore, V. Arnold, L. Zarernski, R. McAllister, A. Bolender, C, Walker, M, Gifheng, GOLDEN GLIMPSES 0F X I 62 Z ""Ea-N Mr. Rayburn assists Pam Bqylesiand Sharon Sfolzenberger in the use of f thekayoscope. -V W ' Q FACULTY AND ACADE MICS ANN ADMAN-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.g Miami Univ., M.E.g North- western Univ.-English, journalism. Hobbies: Reading, writing, cook- lflg. CHARLENE BAYLESS-Denison Univ., B.A.-English. Club: Card Club. Hobbies: Travel, theater. JOAN BURNS-Bowling Green State Univ., B.S.g Montclair State Teacher's College-English. Club: Y-Teens. Hobbies: Reading, swim- ming, golf, music. MARY CARR-Univ. of Dayton, B.S.-English. Hobby: Travel. RUTH EVANS-West Chester College, B.S., Columbia Univ., Univ. of Virginia-English, algebra. Hobbies: Reading, dramatics, cooking. JOYCE GERBER-West Virginia Univ., B.S., Miami Univ., M.E.-Eng- lish. Club: Card section. Hobbies: Painting, ceramics, sewing. CHARLOTTE HILL-Denison Univ., A.B.g West Virginia Univ., M.A.g George Peabody, Miami Univ.-English. Hobbies: Theater, music books, gardening, sewing. ANNA HILLER-Manchester College, A.B., Miami Univ., M.A.-Eng- lish. H obbies: Cooking, sewing, photography. LEONORE HOFFMANN-Berea College, Univ. of North Carolina, B.A.g Eastern Kentucky State College, M.A.g Miami Univ.-English. Club: Wise-Fools. Hobbies: Read- ing, music. 3 BETTY JO I-IOUTTUIN-Mary Manse College, A.B.-English. Clubs: Y-Teens, Sophomore Class. LAURA KENNEDY-Ohio Univ., A.B.g Univ. Chicago, M.A.-Eng- lish, English Supervisor. Hobbies: Travel, flowers, cooking. BARBARA MCMAHAN-William and Mary, Ohio State Univ., B.S.- English. Clubs: Y-Teens. Hobbiers Art work, reading. MARILYN MOUROUZIS-Ohio Univ., B.S.Ed.-English. Club: Card Section. H obbief: Sewing, spectator sports, bowling. LEE W. PELLETT-Indiana Central College, B.A.-English. SUZANNE REA-Ohio Univ., B.S.Ed., M.A.-English. Club.' Future Teachers. Hobbiefx Art, golf, reading, writing. CARL SMITH-Univ. Dayton, B.A.g Miami Univ.-English. Club: Fu- ture Teachers. H obbier: Writing, tennis. EUGENE SMITH-St. Mary's College, B.A.g Marquette Univ., M.A.- Speech, English. Hobbiers Golf, fishing, reading. ENGLISH Is it King Arthurs Knights of the Round Table? No its one of Mrs. Hillers Senior English classes in a panel discussion l Mrs, Hoffmann familiarizes her classes with the Globe Theatre, made famous by the Shakespearian plays presented there. JI ' ini age' A . I is Miss Kennedy, head of the English department realizes the importance of student participation. Friday nights found Mrs. Bayless, one of Fairmont's new teachers, cheering the Fighting Dragons on to victory. Whether the student is headed for college or for a career, the three years of English he receives at Fairmont will prepare him for the future. The goal of our English department is to give the students not only a basic understanding of grammar, spelling, and composition, but also a wide knowledge and appre- ciation ofthe great literary works. As sophomores, the basic foundation in both English and American literature is given. ENGLISH In the junior year, the importance of American literature is stressed. Shakespeare' and other English writers are studied by Seniors. Grammar is reviewed each year with special emphasis in the sophomore year. Clarity and conciseness are the English teachers' favorite words for composition work. In fact, Shakespeare him- self wrote that, "Brevity is the soul of wit." L.. LEAH FUNCKiOhio State Univ., B.S.Ed., M.A.-English, speech, dramatics. Club: National Forensic League. JOSEPH KULDAU-Heidelberg College, B.A.g Ohio State Univ., M.A. -Speech, English. Club: National Forensic League, Hobby Semi- professional magician. SPEECH Fairmonts nationally known speech department has much to sistently win the contests. Fairmontis traditionally fine debate offer the students. Well-qtialified instructors teach them team is another part of this department, which brings many not only what to say, but when and how to say it. Students also honors to our School, gain the poise and "savoir faire" which enables them to con- Betsy Fox gets help with her characterizations from Mr. Kuldau. Miss Funck costumes stage struck Bill Mooney for the senior class play. MERRILLA DAVIS-Ohio State Univ., B.A., B.S., M.A. Latin. Club. Latin Club. Wlilliam and Maryg Wittenberg, Ohio State Latin I and II. Club, Latin Club. RUTH HEITZMAN-Bowling Green Univ., B.S.g Univ. Southern Cali- fornia, M.A. French, Latin. Club: French Club. Hobbies: Music art, travel, reading. WILLIAM SCI-INIER-Capital Univ., A.B., B.D.g Univ. Cincinnati, B.S.g Middlebury, A.M.g National Univ. Mexico German, Spanish. Club: German. H obbief: Family, reading, sports. JAMES R. THOMPSON-Wittenberg, A.B.g Ohio State, M.A. .Span ish I and II. Club: Spanish Club. H obbier: Literature, sports. MARY BELLE WARREN-Union Univ., B.A.g Univ. Tennessee, M.A.g Sorbonneg Vanderbilt Univ. French. Clubs: Future Teachers, French Club. Hobbies: Future Teachers, reading, gardening, traveling. FCREIGN LANGUAGE Mr. Thompson's classroom. LEONA GRIEST-Ohio Northern Univ., A.B.g Miami Univ., M.E.g 9 Native language posters add atmosphere to Students utilize study time to work on assignments and ask questions. Sarah Willoughby finds learning much easier with the help of the language lab. In our ever-shrinking world the foreign languages become more and more vital. Courses in Latin, French, Spanish, and Ger- man are available to all Fairmont students. Wfith the help of our modern language laboratory it is possible to learn the cor- rect pronunciation and sequence of words as well as the rules of grammar. Through our excellent language department we can better learn to understand and communicate with the other people of the world. One of Fairmonfs many "coaches" is Miss Davis, who teachers Latin. DONALD W. DETRICK-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., B.M.-Orchestra. Hoblaieiz' Working in yard, collecting records. ARTHUR ERESMAN-Baldwin-Wallace College, B.S.M., Univ. Roch- ester, M.M.-Band. Hobbiefx Numismatics, model railroads. WESLEY HAINES-Wilmington College, B.S.g Miami Univ., M.E.- Band. Hobbiefx Sports, reading, music. GENE SEEBERGER-Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A.-Chorus. Hobby: FINE Fine Arts courses provide stimulation for student creativity. Fairmontonians are of- fered the opportunity to develop their tal- ent and appreciation in the fields of art, Photography. Robert Thygerson, Director of Music of the Kettering Schools band, chorus, and orchestra. Students accept the challenge offered by competition and bring many honors to their school. "Altogether now, one, two, three . . RACHEL M. URICH-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Fine Artsg Wittenburg Univ., B.S. in Ed.-Arts and Crafts. Hobbief: Arts and crafts, needle- work, collecting poems, music. Club: junior Red Cross. WALTER VON GRUENIGEN-Univ. Kentucky, A.B., M.A.g Cincin- nati Art Academyg Cleveland Institute of Art-Art. Hobbier: Hunting, fishing. RUTH M. BUSSEER-Adrian College, B.S.g Univ. Kentucky, M.S.-Li- . i t "li brarian. Hobbies: Water color painting, gardening, reading. g MiR1AM WILSON-Ohio stare Univ., B.S.g western Reserve, B.S. in O L.S.--Librarian. i'i i l ARTS we These courses not only give us the funda- mentals, but also an awareness of the finer things in life. Instructors give constructive criticism With this thought in mind, "Beauty is in the mind of the beholden" Students gain experience in one field of fine arts by trying their hands in art classes. Here Connie Gaulden adds the finishing touches to her oil painting. Book displays in the library help stu- dents choose read- ing material. Algebra II, trigonometry, solid geometry, remedial math. Hobbies: IRA BROWN-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.g Miami Univ., M.A.-Personal typing, Algebra I, plane geometry. Hobbies: Reading, flower growing. ALVIN K. EUNDERBURG-Manchester College, A.B.g Univ. Colo- rado, M.S.-Algebra II, trigonometry, solid geometry, senior math. MARGERY JUNIPER-Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A.-Algebra II, solid geometry, trigonometry, advanced math. Hobbiefx Ikebana, read- ing. WARREN KINDY-Manchester College, A.B.g Ohio State Univ., M.A., Univ. Dayton, Bowdoin College-Algebra I, plane geometry. JOHN LEWIS-Massachusetts State College, B.S.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.-Plane geometry. Hobbier: Government, world affairs, sports. GLADYS POWELL-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.g New York Univ.g Univ. Wisconsin, Ohio State Univ.-General math, algebra. Hobby: Reading. JOSEPH REED--Monmouth College, A.B.g Bowling Green Univ., M.A., Purdue-Algebra II, plane geometry. Hobbies: Sports, offici- ating. ROBERT SCHNARRE-Ohio State Univ., B.S., Indiana Univ., M.S.- Hunting, fishing. GEORGE F. TUTTLE-Findlay College, A.B.g Ohio State Univ., M.A. Univ. Michigan, Univ. Wisconsin-Plane geometry, advanced alge bra. Clnb: Math Club. H obbier: Theatre, music. Mr. Mourouzis and Gregg jump agree that mathematics fundamentals must be mastered for full appreciation of the subject. MATHEMATICS To provide students with a good foundation in math is the purpose of the mathematics department. There is a course to satisfy every stu- dent's need. Courses range from remedial to advanced senior mathemat- ics. Well-qualified teachers are willing to give extra help to those who wish to go deeper into the theories of advanced mathematics or who find math difficult. A basic understanding of numbers will help the person to become better equipped to deal with the more difficult prob- lems of the future. Mr. Tuttle uses the blackboard to help Carol Goebel with plane geometry. 4 Mr. Lewis helps Carol Irvin and Roger Bauser in learn- ing the use of the protractor. Mr. Kindy reviews algebra problems with Sharon Pen nington for Every Pupil Tests. At Fairmont we really "do things up big," but this is the limit! Mr. Schnarre explains the slide rule to Don Calihan and Judy Fouke. J. L. BAKER-Manchester College, A.B., Ohio State Univ., M.A.g Case Institute of Technology, University of Coloradog The Colorado Col- lege-Physics, Science II. Hobbief: Photography, hi-fi. PAUL K. BAKER-Manchester College, B.S.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.g Miami Univ., M.A.-Chemistry. Hobbief: Photography, cooking. JAMES B. BEARD-Miami Univ., B.A., M.A.T.-Physics, Science II. Clzzbf: Gamma Hi-Y, card section. J. GORDON BLACKMORE-Wilmington College, B.S., B.S.Ed.g High- lands Univ., M.A.g Univ. Missouri-Chemistry, science seminar. Clubyr Science Club, Junior Class Adviser. Hobbies: Travel and guns. JAMES EHLER-Miami Univ., B.S.Ed.-Biology, ass't basketball and track coach. H obb y.' Photography. CHARLES GRAVES-Kansas State Teachers College, A.B., B.S.g Univ. Illinois, M.A.-Biology. Hobby: Mycology. MILBURN I-IINDS-Ohio Northern Univ., B.S.g Miami Univ., M.A.T. -Biology. Club: Biology Club. Hobby: Biology of Montgomery County. LAWREN KLUDY-Ohio State Univ, B.S.-Physics and Science ll. Hobby: Reading. DAVID RAYBURN-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., B.A.g Univ. Wisconsin, M.A.-Biology, audio-visual. Hobby.' Sports. ELBY TACKETT-Eastern Kentucky College, B.S.g Murray Kentucky Stateg Duke Univ.-Chemistry. Hobbierf Hunting, bowling. Sharon Stolzenberger and Pam Boyles disprove the theory that girls are squeamish. SCIENCE Students interested in science find many ways to develop one part of the job in learningg the rest must be done by the this interest at Fairmont. Nine science laboratories enable the student. People who show great interest and initiative always student to learn to apply the knowledge he has gained in biology, bring back many high ratings, from the Science Fairs. chemistry, or physics. Fine teachers and equipment can do only Mr. Beard explains some basic rules of physics to Charles Robinson and Bill Corban. given by Mr. Blackmore, are always fascinating. l Whether they end in a fizzle or an explosion the demonstrations, BEN ANKNEY-Miami Univ., B.S.g Ohio State Univ., Univ, Day- ton-Civics, sociology. Hobby: Reading. HUGH BROWNfWittenberg Univ., Cedarville College, B.S., Catholic Univ. of America, Xavier Univ., American Univ.-Civics, economics, Hobbies: Music, hunting, fishing. E. FRIEND COUSERfManchester College, N.E., A.B.g Miami Univ.- Civics, economics, sociology. Hobbiey: Gardening, music, choral work. LESTER HEISTANDfHeidelberg Univ., B.A.g Miami Univ., M.A.- Civics, sociology. Head senior adviser. Hobby: Hunting. JAMES HOOVER+Miami Univ., B.S., Univ. Dayton, Ohio State Univ.-American history, biology. Hobbier: Sports, photography. KENNETH HUFFMANfCedarville College, B.S.g Univ. Cincinnati, Miami Univ., M.A.-Wforld History, American History, world geog- raphy. Yearbook Business Adviser. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing. ROBERT D. 'IANES-Univ. of Dayton, B.S.-World History. Club: junior Council on World Affairs. Hobbiex: Sports, photography, read- ing. ETHELYN MCMILLAN-Univ. Michigan, B.A., M.A.g American Univ., Miami Univ.-American History. Club: junior Council on World Af- fairs. Hobbies: Reading, cooking. JOHN STUCKEY-Miami Univ., B.S.g Indiana Univ., MS.-American His- tory. Club: Head basketball coach. Hobby: Sports. LOUIS ZAREMSKI-Ohio State Univ., B.S., B.A., M.A.g Univ. Iowa-Amen ican History. Club: Student Council. Hobbier: Sports, music. Mr. Janes adds interest and color to his classes with foreign news- papers. Good-naturedly contemplating his class is Mr. Heistand West Unit history teacher and senior adviser. 1 SOCIAL STUDIES Social studies, an ever-growing and increasingly important sub- ject, is taught at Fairmont with an eye for the future as well as for the past. A thorough knowledge of social studies is nec- essary to help the furthering of international relations. Students are required to take American history and a senior course of Locating the trouble spots of the world are jerry Anthony, Mrs. McMillan, and Darlene Atteberry. civics and either economics or sociology. World history and world geography are available to all students. There is no time like the present to learn of the bearing of the 'past on our pres- ent and on the future. Mr. Hoover proves that learning can be fun, especially with the help of visual aids. DOROTHY N. ELLWANGER-Duke Univ., Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.S,, Univ. of Daytong Miami Univ., M.E.-Typing, rec- ord keeping. Club: junior Achievement. Hobbies: Swimming, golf, bridge, knitting. ELEANOR GALLAGHER-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.g Univ. of Cincinnati, M.E.-Office Practice. Club: Future Business Leaders of America. FRANCES HOMER-Univ. of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.E.-Typing, short- hand. Club: Y-Teens. Hobbies: Swimming, reading. JOE LOWER-Univ. of Cincinnati, Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A.-Short- hand I, Shorthand II. Club: Future Business Leaders of America. COMMERCIAL BUSiI16SS EClUC21fi0I1 at Fairmont mUSt fit the needs Of the business field but those who plan further study in advanced individual while meeting the standards demanded by the business business areas. While providing a firm foundation for the future, men who will employ these people. Our commercial department Fairmont's business teachers prepare students to be good citizens prepares not only students who wish to immediately enter the and to accept their responsibilities 35 such, LARRY MCKINLEY - Manchester College, B.S., Univ. of Dayton- Heres the office force Bookkeeping, economics, law. Club: Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica. Hobbief: Hunting, fishing, reading. JANE E. NOLAN - Wilmington College, B.S.g Miami Univ., M.A.g Univ. of Dayton - Typewriting, yearbook. Clubr: Yearbook adviser, Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica. Hobbiers Numismatics, sewing, I traveling. JAMES L. ROBINSON - Eastern Kentucky State, B.S.g Univ. of Ken- tucky, M.A.g Miami Univ.-Book- keeping, Accounting II, business math. Hobbief: Woodworking. SARAH WORMAN - Mary Wash- ington College, B.S.g New York ,,,,.,F Univ., M.A., Stetson Univ.-Book keeping, business law, consumer economics. Club: junior Achieve' 1 ment. Hobby: Sewing. Teachers always seem to find those little errors, Patty Ed- wards agrees. Mr. Lower dictates as the girls prac- tice the basic fundamentals of short- hand. of tomorrow in action. Now, now, Mr. McKinley. Remember that generosity is a virtue. f t-,-'. .lawx Oh, the joys of mechanization. - - 5 .- f -, i, , Us fimb- Here's the trouble. No brakes!" BERNICE EOXVLER-Purdue Univ., B.S.g Ball State Teachers College-Home Economics. Club: Future Nurses. Hobbiers Sewing, camp- ing. BETTY SAVAGE-Ohio State Univ., B.S.- Home Economics. Hobby: Sewing. HELEN VOGELSANG-Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A. Merrill-Palmer School of Child Develop- mentqChild Development, Tailoring. Club: Future Homemakers. Hobbieff Reading, trav- eling, knitting, photography. ROBERT BANZHAF-Miami Univ., B.S.- Driver Education, graphic arts. Hobbies: Col- lecting books, photo-printing analysis. F. DUANE FENDER-Ohio Northern Univ., B.S.-Driver Education. Club: Pep Club. Hobbief: Sports, recreation. WYLIE GRAHAM-Geneva College, B.S.g In- diana Univ., M.A.-Driver Education. Club: Photography. Hobbiers photography, numis- matics, fishing, traveling. VOCATIONAL Home economics, industrial arts, and commer- cial courses offered at Fairmont are worthwhile and rewarding. These courses provide the stu- dent with a knowledge of all phases of vocation- al areas. Students electing home economics may choose from a mmaber of areas: home management and decoration, child development, food planning and preparation, and clothing construction. Leslie Staus agrees with Mrs. Fowler that making your own clothes is both fun and economical. Mr. Power assists students in, operating the wood lathe. Drafting, metals, machine shop, transporta- tion, woodworking, electronics, graphic arts, and stage craft are only a few of the courses offered in the industrial arts curriculum. Fairmont also provides one of the finest and best equipped commercial departments. Commer- cial subjects enable the student to go directly from school to a job, or he may acquire a good part-time job while furthering his education. Students taking vocational subjects attain valu- able and practical information useful to them the rest of their lives. LELAND S. HALL-Ohio State Univ., B.S.- Industrial arts, stage craft. Hobbies: Antiques, art metal. EDMUND HENDERSON - Miami Univ., B.S., M.A.-Drafting. Hobbies: Fishing, hunt- ing. HANS HOLTZRAGER-Miami Univ., B.S., M.E.-Transportation. Club: Junior Class. Hobbies: Bookkeeping, photography, engine repair, woodworking, caning. CHARLES POWER-Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A.-Machine shop, industrial math, driver training, drafting. Hobbief: Flying, photogra- phy, swimming, water skiing. GLENN ROBERTS-Wilmington College, B.S., Miami Univ.-Electronics, woods. Club: Elec- tronics Club. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, bowl- ing. ROGER VICROY-Wilnmington College, B.S.- Metals, transportation, drivers training. Contemplating how to put a new blade in the jointer is Dale Limbert, Drafting is only one phase of Industrial Arts Here Mr. Henderson instructs Bob Michael proper drafting techniques Between classes Mrs. Rees, Miss Mor- itz, and Miss Benadum take the "pause that refreshes." EDSEL F. ASHWORTH-Alderson-Broaddus College, B.S.g Miami Univ., M.A.-Health, physical education, personality adjustment. Club: Team trainer. Hobbies: Hunting, water sports. ROSS L. BATESON-Bowling Green Univ., B.S.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.-Health, physical education. Hobbiefx Fishing, boating, sports. NANCY BENADUM-Miami Univ., B.S.-Health, physical education, personality adjustment. Club: Basketball coach. Hobbies: Tennis, soft- ball. CLAIRE LONGMAN-Wfittenberg Univ., B.S.-Health, biology, physi- cal education. Hobby: camping. 'IOANNA MORITZ-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.-I-Iealth, physical educa- tion, personality adjustment. Clubs: Cheerleader, volleyball, tennis coach. NICK MOUROUZIS-Miami Univ., B.S., Ohio Univ., M.S.-Health, physical education, personality adjustment, plane geometry. Club: Pep Club, Hobby: Athletics. VERNA REES-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.-Health, physical education, personality adjustment. Clzzb: Girls' Athletic Association. Hobby: Sports. RICHARD WEST-Springfield College, B.S.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.- Health, physical education. Miss Moritz's patience at the concession stand proves teachers really are good sports. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION "A strong mind in a healthy bodyl' is the motto of our physical education department. Health classes enable students to learn how to take care of and to preserve their health. In physical education, exercise, cooperation, and group activity are stressed. Students learn good sportsmanship and competition in these classes. Excellent instructors deal with the student's mind through his body. Making sure all equipment is in top-notch condition is Mr. Vincent Arnold, director of Kettering physical education. Try' ect I YY5 for vrv 1? v 1 -av! Mrs. Longman answers Ella Norris' question while Ginger Freed eagerly listens. Physical education students, under Mr. West's guid- ance, demonstrate a wrestling hold to the other members of the class. Front row, L, to R.: F. Dayton, W, Cross, W. Beare, C. Hofferberth, W. Arnold. "Neither rain, nor wind, nor the racket of the students . . should be the motto of our bus drivers. It is their duty to get students to school safely and on time. Their loyalty and calmness is both admired and appreciated by the ,student body. Front Row: L. to R.: J. Ehmore, W. Current, B. Scott, J. Wi.llhelm,lR McConnell, O. Chambers, V. Raines, W. Manchester, G. Storie, R. Mc- Clelland, O. King, J. Stoffregan, F. Linville. Bark Raw: D. Fehl, E. Lewis Frmzl Roux' H. Hermetz, A. Shafer. M. Taylor. B, Hambrick. D. Wferts. R. Strawser, S. Nagel, U. Chain, C. XVilkin. B.Ifb Roux' M. Hurst, C. Bucher, Z. Bilbrey, L. Dotta, H. Hostutler, M. Chaney, M. Burgess, L. Rueckel, G. Evans. STAFF R. Cook, E. Morris, S. Brown, R. Caldwell, K. Wren, E. Stewart, M. Schalnat, W. Caldwell, J. South, S. Stewart, B. Welsh, R. Schwartz, H. Manny, P. Damico, C. Teague, O. Keener. Getting out a lunch for about 2,000 stu- .,. dents daily is the tremendous responsibility of the cafeteria staff. Meals are both ap- petizing and healthful. Students can receive a proper noon meal and, as several different foods are available, have a choice in the matter. Head Dietician, Miss Apple, plans well-balanced meals, and all of the cafe- teria staff deserves appreciation for the time and effort spent to make lunch period an enjoyable time for students. Six seniors placed among the top finalists in the .National Merit Scholarship Test Sitting are Ronald Forthofer, jeff Shoemacher, Terry Graves, Ed Hertz, and Lorrie Cooper. Standing is Doug Swisher. Senior Scholarship Team: Rau' 1: Louise Estes, Ann Rammler, Marcia Ambrosino, Suzette Ashby, Beverly Rauch, Linda Russell, Debby Eltzroth, Toni Jackson, Wendy Holcomb, Pamela Hill. Rauf 2: james Thompson, Joyce Tanner, Pam Robinson, janet Bernat, Gerry Leap, Linda Trenary, Pat Phillips, Sherman Shonk, john Zell, john Finke. Row 3: Abbie Hartzel, Lorrie Cooper, Carolyn Miller, Suzanne Senft, Kandy Kiefaber, Lois jackson, Irene Saemann, Judie Clark, Vickie Overholser, Cherie Hanson, Row 4: Linda Whitehead, Susan Haber, Bar- bara Ono, Doti Dierker, Linda Ringelspaugh, Marsha Lauderback, LeAnn Gump, Betsy Patterson, Ellen Gow, Donna Lindsey. Row 5: Leslie Herman, Pat Doolan, Carl Nelson, john Freeman, jeff Shoemacher, John Holcomb, jerry Shalt, Tom Green, jim Colburn, Mike Manchester, Sally Roush. Row 6: Stephanie Hola, Gary Franklin, Gary Nixon, Larry Goebel, Brooks Couser, Bill Corban, Ron Forthofer, Kaye Boles, Mary Clarke, Sandra Gulick, Michele Keene. Row 7: David Huffman, Craig Campbell, john Monnett, Steve Simpson, Tom Mountz, David Osborn, Robert Iams, David Timm, Ronnie Windsor, David Logan. Razz' 8: David Profitt, Carlisle Bean, William Mooney, Robert Kinclrick, Edward Hertz, Terry Graves. Steve Girton, Bob Nelson, Dick Cavanagh, Uwe Seeler. HONCRS presses her opinion and beliefs. Terry Graves ranked highest among National Honor Society students on the PSAT. Darlene Weller, Voice of Democracy winner ex Jim Bogan, joel Aills, and Dan Gebhart were honored by the Dayton Printing Industry Association for their outstanding work in graphic arts, Leslie Herman, Laurie Cooper, and Donna Wright were finalists from Fairmont in the Scholastic Art contest sponsored I by Shillito's in Cincinnati. i "Hire the Handicapped" is Margo Westerinan's motto as she mulls over her notes for the prize-winning essay. Doug Buvinger and Elaine Brewster represent Fairmont in NOMA's Honor Society. 1 Toni jackson, high scorer in the Daughters of Ameri- Sally Roush, Betty Crocker mst Winngl-, en. C2111 R6VOlL1tlOl'1 hiSfO1'y fESf, I'6VlCWS by feadiflg notes Zlfld joyg Cogking ig fhg nqgdefn hofng Cfgngnqigg consulting the globe. department. GQLDEN GLIMPSES CF E I 62 Z L X E SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Charles Skinner, Treasurerg Chris McAfee Vice Presidentg Vicki Overholser, Secretaryg Betty Brander, Social Chair- mang James Thompson, President. . - . 4' -'CN ABRAMS, JUANITA-Chorus 2, Homemakers 4, Op- eretta 2. AGENBROAD, HELENfGAA 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. AGNOR, DONNA4-Homemakers 2, 3, 4. AMBROSINO, MARCIA-Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Latin Club 2, Library Assistant 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. ANDERSON, DEBORAH-Stivers High School 2, Future Nurses 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. ANKNEY, GORDON-Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, School Paper 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Track 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. ANTHONY, MICHAEL-Class Officer, Vice President 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4. ARMACOST, CHARLOTTE-FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, Gym- nastics 3, Pep Club 3, 4. ARMITAGE, LINDA-French Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, Future Teachers 3. ARNOLD, MICHAEL-Spanish Club 2. ASHBY, SUZETTE-Class Play 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Pep Club 2, School Paper 4, Science Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. ASHWORTH, PHILIP-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Class Play 4, Football 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Youth for Christ 3. ATHERTON, LARRY-FBLA 3, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 4, Math Club 4. AULTZ, JOANNE-St. Joseph Commercial 2, GAA 3. AULTZ, SUSANNE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, GAA Board 4, Interscholas- tic Softball 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Manager 3, ICOWA 4, NFL 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4. AYRES, DINAH-FBLA 4, Library Assistant 3, Orchestra 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Youth for Christ 2. BACZURIK, ROBERT-Football 2, Junior Achievement 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BADER, SCHARRON. Unit lobbies were always busy, friendly places. ,ff-1 W7 N There's on goldmine in the sky BAILEY, CURTIS-Bookstore 3, 4, junior Achievement 3. BAINES, TOM-Fayetteville High School, North Carolina 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, junior Red Cross 2, Latin- Club 3. BAIRD, CRYSTAL-FBLA 4, Homemakers 3, 4, Pep Club 3. BAKER, BARBARA-Lisbon High School, New York 2, Belmont High School 3, Pep Club 4. BAKER, DOUGLAS-Lab Assistant 4. BARKER, JO ANN-FBLA 4, Hall Monitor 3. BARTH, LINDA-Band 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, GAA 2, Hall Monitor 2, 4, ICOWA 3, 4. BATTENBERG, CAROLYN-Class Play 4, French Club 2, FBLA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 3, 4, Student Secretary 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Section Editor 4. BAUER, RICHARD-Band 2, Class Play 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2. BAUMANN, HERWIG-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Card Section 3, French Club 2, German Club 3, 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. BAYLESS, TARREN-FBLA 4, GAA 2, Torch and Key- stone 3, 4, PBX Operator 4. BEAN, CARLISLE-Chess Club 3, Vice President 3, Class Play 3, 4, German Club 3, Hall Monitor 4, Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, School Paper 4. 'Sas N...- "Practice makes perfect." Seniors struck if rich in BEASLEY, DONNA-Card Section 3, French Club 3, Future Teachers 3, Junior Achievement 2, Yearbook 4, Photo Sales 4, Student Secretary 4. BEASON, FRED. BELL, ALICE-Card Section 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Inter- scholastic Hockey 4, Interscholastic Tennis 2, JCOVUA 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4. BELLAR, ROBERTA-Card Section 3, French Club 3, 4, FBLA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. BENDER, KAREN-Homemakers 2, 3, 4. BENSON, SHERMAN-Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Science Club 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4. BERNAT, JANET-Card Section 4, GAA 2, 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Assistant 3, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 2, 3. BERNER, PHILIP. BERRY, DALE-Class Play 3, 4, French Club 2, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, President 3, Lab Assistant 3, Library Assistant 2, NFL 4, Science Club 2, Student Council 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. BIERSACK, PATRICIA-Card Section 2, 3, Future Nurses 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 3, Lab Assistant 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Pro- gram Chairman, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 4. BITZER, ROGER-junior Achievement 4, Lab Assistant 2, 5. BLAIR, ELLEN-FBLA 4, Latin Club 2, Torch and Key- stone 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Youth for Christ 2. Language labs improved our abili ties to learn foreign languages. opportunities BLOME, JAMES-Basketball 2, 3, Gymnastics 3, Hall Monitor 4, Op 'etta 3, Wrestling 2. BOGAN, JAMES-Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. BOLES, KAYE-Northwest Classen High School, Okla- homa City, Oklahoma 2, 3, 4, ICOWA 4, Latin Club 4, Pep Club 4. BOLLINGER, JANICE-Band 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4. BOWDEN, JOE-Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. BOYLES, PAMELA-Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, .ICOWA 3, Lab Assistant 4, Library Assistant 2, Operetta 2, 3, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 4. BRACKNEY, HENRY-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Pep Club 4. BRADY, JAMES-Football 2, Math Club 4, Science Club 3. BRANDER, BETTY-Class Officer, Social Chairman 3, 4, Class Play 4, Future Nurses 4, Future Teachers 2, 35 Homecoming Queen Court 4, Operetta 4, Rhythmettes 3, 4, 2nd Cpl. 4, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3. BRANDT, JOHN. BRAUN, THOMAS-Baseball 2, Softball 3, Wrestling 2, 3. BREISCH, FRED-Baseball 2, Theta Hi-Y 2. Now, off to the world of the , "little people." Every cloud has Cl silver lining . . . Homework paid off in knowledge l imhn BRITTON, BRENDA-Bookstore 3, Homemakers 4, Pep Club 3, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3. l BRITTON, LINDA-Bookstore 3, Pep Club 3,5 Y-Teens 3. BROWN, CAROL-Chorus 2, Operetta 2. BROWN, DOLORA-Homernakers 4. BROWN, PHILLIP. BRUNS, RALPH-Cross Country 4, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 4. BRUST, CLAUDIA-Card Section 3, Chorus 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Manager 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, School Paper 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 3, 4. N BUCHMAN, ROBERT-Carcl Section 3, 4, Football 2, French Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4. BURGER, LINDA-FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook 4, Academics Editor 4. BUTT, WILLIAM-Class Play 3, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 2, 35 JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, Science Club 2, Tennis 3, 4. BUZZARD, JULIE-Future Teachers 2, Homemakers 3, 4, Youth for Christ 35 Y-Teens 4. l BYRNE, CHARLES-Chaminade High School 2, 3. CAMPBELL, CRAIG-Cross Country 3, 4, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 2, Track 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Visual Aids 3. CAMPBELL, JOHN. CAMPBELL, KATHY-card section 2, 3, FBLA 3, Fu- ture Teachers 2, GAA 2, Homemakers 2, 4, junior Achieve- ment 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Youth for Christ 2. CANNON, GARY-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4. CARLTON, MARIAN-Library Assistant 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3. CARR, REACCA-Pep Club 2, 5. CAUDILL, CAROLYN. CAUDILL, DARRYLN-Marti School 3, Homemakers 4. CAUDILL, PHYLLIS. CAVANAGH, RICHARD-Gamma Hi-Y 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4. CHALECKI, RONALD-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Card Section 3, Chess Club 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. CHANEY, JUDY-Chorus 4, Class Play 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, NFL 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, 2nd Cpl. 3, Warrant Officer 4. CHEVALIER, VICTORIA-FBLA 4, Homemakers 4. CHIESTY, SANDRA-Future Nurses 4, Student Secre- tary . CIAMBRO, ROSALIE-French Club 2, 33 GAA 2, JCOWA 3, Pep Club 3. CLARK, QIUDITH-Bookstore 3, Class Play 4, French Club 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homemakers 4, Intramural Manager 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Operetta 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, 3rd Sgt. 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. CLARK, JUDY IRENE-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, JCOWA 3. CLARKE, MARY-Band 2, Card Section 3, 4, Class Play 3, French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, ,ICOWA 3, 4, junior Achievement 4, Lab Assistant 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Yearbook 4, Art Editor 4. new YW ay., "Dy CLAYPOOL, BRENDA-Chorus 2, 4. i CLAYPOOL, NORMAN. CLINEHENS, CHERYL-GAA 2, Homemakers 4. CLOSE, GARY-Band 2, Chess Club 2, Thieta Hi-Y 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Wise Fools' Club 4. COBB, CECELIA-Card Section 4, Class Play 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, GAA 3, ICOWA 3, 4, Junior Achievement 4, Latin Club 2, Library Assistant 2, NFL 3, 4, yOperetta 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Rhythmettes 3, School Paper 3, 4. COLBURN, JAMES-Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. COLE, CHARLES-Football 2, Golf 2, 3, 4,i Hall Mon- itor 4. COLLINS, SHARON. COLWELL, CAROL-Rich Township High School, Park Forest, Illinois 3, Future Nurses 3, GAA 3. COMBS, TIMOTHY. COONS, SANDRA-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4. COOPER, DOLORES-French Club 2, GAA 2, 3. 4, In- terscholastic Hockey 4, Interscholastic Softball 2, 3, Op- eretta 2, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4. l CORBAN, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, President 3, Math Club 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council 2, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, President 4. , COUSER, BROOKS-JCOWA 4, NFL 4, 'Iyrack 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. COX, SHARON-Band 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, GAA 2, Ger- man Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Library Assistant 2, NFL 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4. CRAUDER, CYNTHIA-Chorus 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 3, Library As- sistant 3, Pep Club 4. l CRAWFORD, RONALD-Hall Monitor 4, Science Club 4. CREAGER, JANE-Band Assistant Drum Majorette 3, Class Play 4, French Club 2, GAA 2, 3, JCOWA 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 3, Spanish Clpb 3, Stu- dent Council 2, Yearbook 4, Advertising Manager 4. CREEGER, JERRY-Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. CUSHEN, PHYLLIS-GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Vol- leyball 3, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chair- man 3, Program Chairman 4. CUSTER, ROBERT. DAGLEY, GERALDINE-Band 2, 3, 4, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. DANSON, FORREST-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Class Officer, President 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Sigma Hi-Y 2, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 2, Student Council 3, 4, Vice President 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 3, 4. DEADY, THOMAS-Gymnastics 3, Gamma Hi-Y 3. DEAN, MARY-Fairmont 2, Belmont High School 3, GAA 2, Pep Club 2, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2. DEETS, WILLIAM-Hall Monitor 4, Hi-Y 4, Spanish Club 2. DELLINGER, LOURENE-GAA 2, 33 JCOWA 3, Junior Achievement 2, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, School Paper 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Student Secre- tary 4, Class Play 4. DELL1s, LINDA-GAA 2. DEMPSEY, JANIE-Homemakers 3. DENGES, SUSAN-Card Section 33 Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 3g JCOWA 3. Energetic seniors competed for honors "My topic is no laughing matter!" fl DENNEY, JUDY-FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Secretary 4. DETERS, JOAN-GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3. DIERKER, DOROTHY-Class Play 4, GAA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. DIETERLE, GAYLEEN-Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3. DINWIDDIE, JUDITH-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Treasurer 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Ten- nis 2. DODD, PAUL-Cross Country 3, 4, Hall Monitor 35 Hi-Y 4, JCOWA 4, Softball 3, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. DOEBLER, ROSEMARY-FBLA 4, Junior Red Cross 4. DONAGHY, JANIS-Fairborn High School 2, 3. DONOVAN, DALE-Baseball 3, Hall Monitor 2. DONOVAN, DAVID-Library Assistant 2. DOOLAN, PATRICIA-Card Section 3, Class Officer, Secretary 2, Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, Intramural Manager 3, JCOWA 4, Lab As- sistant 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. DOROSKY, SUSAN-Hoover High School, North Can- ton 2, 3, French Club 4, Future Teachers 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. Fond memories and Daily newspapers added to the in- terest of the senior social studies classes. DUNCAN, LORETTA-FBLA 45 GAA 3, 45 Interscho- lastic Hockey 2, 35 Y-Teens 2. DUNGAN, ESTHER-St. joseph Commercial High School 2. DUNN, BARBARA-Card Section 45 French Club 25 Fu- ture Nurses 25 GAA 2, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholar- ship Team 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2. DYKES, JAMES-Spanish Club 35 Wrestling 2. EAKIN, CHARLENE-Card Section 45 FBLA 3 5 GAA 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics 25 Interscholastic Volleyball 2, 35 Pep Club 25 Student Secretary 4. EBERT, KATHLEEN-Chorus 25 Homemakers 3, 45 junior Red Cross 45 Operetta 25 Y-Teens 4. EDWARDS, DAVID-Piqua Central 25 Chorus 2, 45 Operetta 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. EGLESTON, EUGENE-Latin Club 2. EICHENLAUB, TOM-Baseball 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, President 45 Varsity Club 3, 4. ELROD, HAZEL. ELTZROTH, DEBORAH-Fulton High School 2, 35 Class Play 45 Future Teachers 45 JCOWA 45 Latin Club 45 NFL 45 Senior Scholarship Team 4. ENGLE, TOM-Theta Hi-Y 3. endless friendships will never be forgotten The "line-up I" ,,,,..-can-. ,.v4'W' Y ,-mm! W, EPARD, DALE-Baseball 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ERVIN, DANIEL-Baseball 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3. ESTES, BOBBY-Waynesville High School 2, 3, Belmont High School 3, Homemakers 4. ESTES, LOUISE-Card Section 3, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Organizations Editor 4, Youth for Christ 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. FALZERANO, CHESTER-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. FESSLER, ROBERT-Spanish Club 2. FINDLAY, SUSANEClass Play 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, ICOWA 4, Lab Assistant 4, Latin Club 2, NFL 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. FINEGOLD, RICHARD-Wilbur Wright High School 2, 3, Chess Club 4, Class Play 4, Future Teachers 4, Lab As- sistant 4, Pep Club 4. FINKE, JOHN-Chess Club 3, 4, French Club 2, Golf 3, 4, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Council Representative 4, ICOWA 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Yearbook 4, Photographer 4, Wise Fools' Club 2. FLETCHER, JAMES. FORTHOFER, RONALD-Chess Club 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Math Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, National Merit Semi-finalist 4. FOSTER, WILLIAM-Lab Assistant 3, Science Club 2, Wrestling 4. Students sang our fight song with pride f 73 2 Q .. ,,' 1: 1-51 . e v, A 5' L .. it , WN N. .., A A f fl' I ' f 'viii "gi . I 'fix i .' ig 93 . , L , 3 in f., ,Ev A, Q 3 4 -fl M N, ,,,,,.w,.. E ., ? . fi i 5 A -,Q .V- .4 x xg. '- lg. , .s Hg", Qs. W 1 ii ' 1 t,., I ,A 543-S ,,,,j M nz, ,. . ., 4, ,iff I . iff 2- 41. 1 fQ V- I -I g r, , ,. ,ff..,,51' A . .',, . F 1, 4 1 lg! I K Q.. ,H K .S A "Band, 'TEN HUP!" FRAINE, CYNTHIA-Chorus 2, 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 3, Latin Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN, GARY-JCOWA 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. FRASER, PATRICIA-Chorus 2, 3, 4, junior Achieve- ment 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. FREEMAN, JOHN-Band 2, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Debate 3, 4, Football Manager 3, Lab Assistant 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Vice President 4, Track Man- ager 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 2. GAINES, LORETTA-Library Assistant 3, 4. GALLOWAY, HELEN-Chorus 4. GEBHART, DAN-Junior Achievement 4, Library As- sistant 2. GEIGER, DIANA-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. GEISEL, RICHARD-Baseball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Club 3, 4. GEORGE, CRAIG-Softball 2. GEORGE, MARILYN-FBLA 4, Homemakers 4. GIBSON, GARY-Golf 3. GILBERT, KATHY-Chorus 4, Future Nurses 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, 3, 4, ICOWA 3, Latin Club 2, Operetta 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. GILMORE, DENNIS-Band 2, 5, 4. GIRTON, STEVE-Debate 4, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Sihcglarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Wise Fools' C u 4. GLASCOCK, DONNA-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Spanish Club 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. GOEBEL, LARRY-Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chaplain 4, Lab Assistant 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. GOLDBERG, JO ANNE-GAA 2, Homemakers 4, Stu- dent Secretary 4, Youth for Christ Club 2. GOW, ELLEN-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. GRAEBER, LANCE-Spanish Club 2, 3. GRAVES, TERRY-Debate 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Merit Semi-finalist 4. GRAY, RENEE-FBLA 4, GAA 3, Pep Club 4. GREER, CHARLES-Band 2, 3. GREER, TOM-Band 2, Card Section 3, Football 2, Hall Monitclr 4, ICOWA 4, Math Club 4, Senior Scholarship eam . GRESSNER, SHARON-Lab Assistant 3, Spanish Club 2, Student Secretary 4. GRICE, CHARLES-Class Play 3, 4, FBLA 4, JCOWA 4, junior Achievement 4, junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, NFL 4, Stage Crew 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. GRIESMEYER, SALLY-St. joseph's Commercial 2, Fu- ture Nurses 3, 4, GAA 4, Homemakers 4, Pep Club 4. GROSS, PHYLLIS-Belmont High School 2, FBLA 4, Homemakers 4. GUENTHNER, MARIE-Alamogordo High School, New Mexico 2, French Club 4, GAA 3, Latin Club 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. GULICK, SANDRA-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 3, GAA 2, German Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. GUMM, BARBARA-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Debate 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Vice President 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, NFL 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Sci- ence Club 3, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Wise Fools' Club 2, 3, 4. GUMP, LeANN-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. HABER, SUSAN-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, GAA 2, Latin Club 2, School Paper 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Secretary 4. HACK, LYTHA-FBLA 4, Homemakers 2, 4. HALDERMAN, JAMES-Hall Monitor 4, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Science Club 3, Track 2, 3. HALL, PHYLLIS-Walter E. Stebbins High School 2, 33 Homemakers 4, Y-Teens 3. -And off for a touchdown! Class of '62 upheld Fairmont tradition HALL, SUSAN-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, GAA 2, Latin Club 3, Operetta 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. HAMBRICK, KENNETH-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. HANNAH, CLARA--Chorus 2, 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Lab Assistant 4, Latin Club 2, Math Club 4, NFL 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3. HANSON, CHERIE-Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Class Play 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Intramural Manager 2, NFL 3, 4, Operetta 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. HARROD, LARRY. HARSHMAN, MARY JOAN-Chorus 4, GAA 2, 3, Op- eretta 4. HARTLEY, DONALD-Electronics Club 4. HARTZEL, ABBIE-French Club 2, 3, Vice President 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Latin Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Wise Fools' 3, 4. HAUCK, NANCY-GAA 2. HEGELE, ROLF-Gymnastics 3, 4, Operetta 3. HEIKES, KEVIN-Chaminade High School 2, Football 3, 4, Softball 4. HEMKER, JANE-Class Play 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Science Club 2, 3. Patience is a virtue . . . at least that's what they say! Fcurmoni s campus rang with laughter HENDERSON, LYLA-MARIE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, Student Secretary 3, 4. HERMAN, LESLIE-GAA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretary 4. HERTLEIN, RONALD. HERTZ, EDWARD-Chillicothe High School 2, 3, Card Section 3, Chess Club 3, 4, Debate 4, German Club 3, 4, Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Lab Assistant 4, Latin Club 4, National Merit Semi-finalist 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 3, 4. HIGHLY, JOHN. HILL, PAM-Southeastern High School, South Charleston 2, Xenia High School 3, Future Teachers 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4, Spanish Club 4, Y-Teens 4. HILL, RAY. HINES, CARLA-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2. HIPPLE, MARJORIE-Class Play 3, French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, JCOWA 3, 4, junior Achievement 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Math Club 4, NFL 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. HIRSCH, PATRICIA-Future Nurses 2, GAA 2, 4. HOEFLING, DOUGLAS-Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Student Council 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Wrestling 2, 3. HOEL, STEVE-Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Photography Club 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Wfrestling 2, 3, 4. Ah, the great outdoors! o o and splrli HOGAN, MIKE-Class Play 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, JCOWA 3, 4, President 4, NFL 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, School Paper 4. HOILMAN, BARBARA-Homemakers 2, 3, 4. HOLA, STEPHANIE-Future Teachers 3, 4, ICOWA 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 3, 4. HOLCOMB, JOHN-Band 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Class Play 3, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, JCOWA 4, Photog- raphy Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, School Paper 3, 4, Science Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 2. HOLLAND, BONITA-French Club 4, Homemakers 4. HOOVER, LINDA-Chorus 4, GAA 2, 4, Interscholastic Softball 2, Library Assistant 2, Operetta 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. HOPPF, KEBTNETH-Football 2. HORLACHER, JAMES-Class Officer, President 3, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Hall Monitor 3, NFL 4, Stu- dent Council 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity "FU Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3. HORN, IEANETTE-GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3 5 Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 3. HORNSBY, GRACE-Chorus 2, 3. HOWE, KAREN-FBLA 4, GAA 2, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. HOYER, DAN-Springfield South High School 2, 3, Band 4. "Now which is Which? ! ?" Seniors and service went hand in hand MQW H ' HOYER, SHERYL-FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, Homemakers 43 Youth for Christ 4. HOYLE, DONALD-Bookstore 2, 3, 4. HUDEN, JAMES. HUDSON, JOANNE-GAA 2, 39 Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2. HUEHNEL, DAVID-Basketball 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 4. HUFF, GERALDINE-Chorus 2, Operetta 2. HUFF, KATHRYN-Future Nurses 4, I-Iomemakers 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. HUEEMAN, DAVID-Basketball 2, 3, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4g JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4. HUFEMAN, MARTIN-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 45 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 25 Operetta 3, Track 2. HUGHES, BETTY ANN-Forest Hills High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan 2, 3, Y-Teens 4. HUGHES, ROBERT-Forest Hills High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan 2, 3. HYRE, JUDI-Future Nurses 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Homemakers 2, 43 Pep Club 33 Student Secre- tary 4. 1 K I IIAMS, ROBERT-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 3, Library Assistant 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. IRVIN, CORRINE-GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2. IRWIN, NANCY--Chorus 4, Class Play 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, NFL 3, 4, Secretary 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, 2nd Sgt. 3, 2nd Lt. 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Activities Editor 4. ISREAL, SUE-GAA 2, Junior Red Cross 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4. JACKSON, LOIS-French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Junior Achievement 2, Latin Club 2, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4. JACKSON, SHIRLEY-Miss Harris School 2, Chorus 4, Future Teachers 4, GAA 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. JACKSON, TONI-French Club 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. JACOBS, BARBARA-Junior Achievement 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. JAHN, WILLIAM-Belmont High School 2. JANNEY, SILAS. JOHNSON, KENNETH. JORDAN, BRUCE-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, Sec- retary 3, Operetta 3, 4. KASH, LEE. KAUFMAN, SHERRY-French Club 2, FBLA 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, 3rd Sgt. 4, Yearbook 4, Head Section Editor 4, Y-Teens 3. KEENE, MICHELE-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. KEENER, SANDRA-Band 2, 4, Card Section 3, FBLA 2, GAA 2, Library Assistant 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Student Secretary 4, Youth for Christ 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. KEENEY, CHERYL-Bookstore 4, Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, GAA Board 4, Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Secretary 4. KEIRN, JUDITH-French Club 3, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Softball 3, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. KELLER, GARY-Class Play 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, ICOWA 4, Track 2, 3, Varsity Club 4. KELLY, PATRICIA-GAA 3. KETTEMAN, HELEN'-Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Operetta 2, Rhythmettes 2, 3. KIDXWELL, LINDA-Bellefontaine High School 2, 3. KIEFABER, JOSEPHINE-Card Section 33 French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, ICOWA 3, 4, Junior Achievement 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Photo Index 4, Wise Fools' Club 2. KINDELL, RONALD-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, French Club 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. KINDRICK, ROBERT--Class Play 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, junior Achievement 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, School Paper 33 Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 3, 4. KINSTLE, MELVIN-FBLA 2, Theta Hi-Y 2, Intramural Manager 2. KIRCHNER, ,IUNEhFuture Teachers 4, GAA 2, 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. KISTNER, DENNIS. KLEINBERG, WILLIAM-Chaminade High School 2. KMETT, KEITH. KNOTT, IOIE. KNOWLTON, DAVID-Football 2, Golf 2, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 2, Electronics Club 3. KNOX, JOSEPH. KOHL, SHIRLEY-Band 2, Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Homemakers 4, Interscholastic Bas- ketball 2, 3, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Softball 2. KROHN, -IUDITH-Card Section 3, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Y-Teens 2. KUENN, STANLEY-Chess Club 3, Hall Monitor 3, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, junior Achievement 2, Science Club 3, Track 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Photographer 4, Sports Ed- itor 4, Wise Fools' Club 2. KUHBANDER, KAREN-Class Play 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, NFL 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Ist Lt. 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. LADD, ROBERT-French Club 2, Hall Monitor 4, Wres- tling 3. LANTZ, KAREN-Class Play 4, French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Operetta 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Rhythmettes 3, 4, lst Cpl. 4, Yearbook 4, Sophomore-Section Editor 4. LAUDERBACK, MARSHA-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intersholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. LAUGHLIN, DAVID. LAURITO, LEWIS-Football 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE, DONALD-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hall Mon- itor 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. LAWSON, MARY-Central High School, London, Eng- land, 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homennakers 2, 3, 4, junior Red Cross 2. LAWSON, PATRICIA-Central High School, London, England, 2, GAA 2, 33 Pep Club 2. LEAP, GERALDINE-Future Nurses 2, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Lab Assistant 3, Latin Club 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4. LEHMAN, JAMES-Electronics Club 4, Pep Club 2. LEHMAN, MICHAEL-French Club 2, Library Assist- ant 3. fa, "Midsummer Nighf's Dream" held merrim t King Arthur's court came to life in English classes. ,N ' ' si- Mllllwtz? ' V. .gj,, w c ,fa E, sg g K 'nf ,Msn Q , if i aw., ' E, K if' K. ,- ,,, . , . if ,,,. c , , Q , ""x .. WMM tif. ' .sm .11 'saggw -f-. 1121. I LIGHTHISER, RICHARD-Band 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Operetta 3. LIMBERT, DALE-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, jcowa 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. LINDSEY, DONNA-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Y-Teens 3. LINVILLE, NANCY-Hall Monitor 4, NFL 3, 4, Op- eretta 2. LINVILLE, TED-Wrestling 2, 3. LITSEY, JO ANN-Chorus 4, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 4, In- terscholastic Basketball 2, Junior Achievement 4, Operetta 4, Pep Club 4, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 4. LITTELL, BARBARA-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, 4, GAA 2, Hall Monitor 4, Latin Club 2, Youth for Christ 2. LITTLE, ROBERT-JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Wise Fools' 2, 3, 4. LOGAN, JOHN-Baseball 2, Card Section 35 French Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 2, President 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. LOGAN, ROBERT-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Card Section 3, Cross Country 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Student Council 4, Varsity 4. LONG, SHARON-Future Nurses 3, GAA 3, Pep Club 3. LOOMIS, BARBARA-Chorus 3, Future Teachers 2, 4, Operetta 3. A olden harvest moon Admission was assured if one had a stamped hand. LOVINS, LAURA-Card Section 3, Cheerleader 43 GAA 2, 3, 45 Intramural Manager 3, Pep Club 4, Yearbook 4, Business Manager 4. LOY, CAROLE-Band 2, Student Secretary 4. LUST, EBERHARD-Kepler Gymnasium 2, 3, Freuden- stadt, Germanyg German Club 4g ICOWA 4g Math Club 4. MAAS, HENRY-Lab Assistant 4, Visual Aids 3, 4. MACHAEL, NANCY-Belmont High School 2, Class Play 4, Student Secretary 4. MACHOWSKY, JUERGEN-German Club 2g Hall Mon- itor 2, 4. MacINTYRE, MARY-Redlands High School 2, 3, Cali- forniag GAA 4, NFL 45 Pep Club 4. MCAFFE, CHRIS-Class Officer, Vice President 45 Lab Assistant 4g Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity HF" Club 45 Football 2, 3. MCCABE, BONNIE. McCAFFERTY, TERYL-Card Section 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Class Play 3, French Club 2, 3g GAA 25 Intramural Manager 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Student Council 2, 4g Student Secretary 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. MCCLELLAND, LAURA--Chorus 3, 4, Debate 2. MCDONALD, GREGORY-junior Achievement 3. . ' - 3:5 shone over our homecoming festivities Dances provided music and fun. MCKNIGHT, CONSTANCE-GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Cadet Captain 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. McLAUGHLIN, NOREEN-FBLA 3, 4, Historian 4, GAA 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3. MCSHERRY, KAREN-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. MCTIGHE, DAVID-Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Pep Club 4, Science Club 3. MADISON, JILL-Westfield High School, New jersey, 2, Card Section 3, GAA 3, JCOWA 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. MANCHESTER, MICHAEL-Basketball 2, 4, Cross Coun- try 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Math Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council 4, Varsity Club 4, Visual Aids 3, 4. MANN, LAWRENCE. MARCHIO, DIANA-AGAA 2, FBLA 4. MARVIN, LARRY-Track 2. MASON, KENNETH-dXWrestling 2. MASSIE, MICHAEL-French Club 2, Theta Hi-Y 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 4. MAUL, NICK-German Club 2, Hall Monitor 4, Gamma Hi-Y 2, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, Wrestling 3. Where there's a will, there's a way . . . Yearbook staff "burns the midnight oil" to meet deadlines. MEDLIN, BENJAMIN. MEGREW, ELLEN-Band 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Pub- licity and Social Chairman 4, Lab Assistant 4, Orchestra 4, Pep Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MELIN, MADELINE-Future Nurses 3, 4, Treasurer 4, GAA 2, 4, Library Assistant 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. MERCS, VERONICA-Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 4, Homemakers 4, Pep Club 4. MERRIMAN, KAREN-Class Play 3, GAA 2. MESARVEY, DENNIS-Football 2, 33 Hall Monitor 2, Pep Club 3, Track 3, Wrestling 2. MEUCHE, STEVE-Card Section 4, Class Play 4, Debate 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, ICOWA 4, NFL 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3. MEYER, KENT-Kappa Beta Hi-Y 4. MEYER, MARILYN-GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. MEYERS, ARNOLD-Hall Monitor 4, Zeta Chi Hi-Y 2, Spanish Club 3. MILLER, BONNIE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, junior Red Cross 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4. MILLER, CAROLYN-Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOXVA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 3, Wise Fools' Club 3. MILLER, JUDY-Card Section 3, Future Nurses 4, GAA 2, 4, Latin Club 2, NFL 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. MILLER, ROBERT-Baseball 4, Golf 2, 3, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Science Club 2, Wrestling 2. MILLER, ROBERT L.-Gamma I-Ii-Y 2, 3. MINNISH, SUSAN-FBLA 4, Hall Monitor 3, Home- makers 2, 4, Student Secretary 4. MONBECK, JUDY-Band 2, French Club 2, Future Nurses 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscho- lastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Latin Club 3, Sci- ence Club 4. MONNETT, JOHN-Band 2, 3, 4, Zeta Chi Hi-Y 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4. MOONEY, WILLIAM-Class Play 43 Hall Monitor 43 Kappa Beta Hi-Y 2, 33 Latin Club 23 NFL 33 Senior Scholarship Team 43 Track 2. MOORE, BEVERLY-Milton Union, West Milton 23 Chorus 43 GAA 3g junior Achievement 43 Operetta 43 Pep Club 4. MOORE, LARRY-Band 2, 33 Theta Hi'Y 3, 43 Pep Club 4. MOORHEAD, JUDY-GAA 2, 33 Orchestra 23 Operetta 23 Pep Club 43 Student Secretary 4. MORELAND, RANDY-Band 2, 3, 43 Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Achievement 23 Spanish Club 2. MORRISON, CHARLES. MORROW, THOMAS. MOSIER, KENNETH-Card Section 33 ICOWA 43 Sci- ence Club 2. MOTE, JANICE-Band 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Interscho- lastic Tennis 33 Interscholastic Volleyball 33 Intramural Manager 23 Latin Club 2, Treasurer 23 Student Secretary 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. MOUNTZ, THOMAS-Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4g Sigma Hi-Y 23 JCOWA 43 Lab Assistant 4g Senior Scholarship Team 43 Varsity Club 3, 4. MOWEN, JAMES-junior Red Cross 4. MUHA, WILLIAM. MULLINS, JERRY-Hall Monitor 43 Theta Hi-Y 3, 4. MULVANEY, JOYCE--Band 2, 3, 43 Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Hospitality Chairman 43 GAA 23 junior Achievement 2, 3, 43 junior Red Cross 3, 43 School Paper 3g Youth for Christ 3, 4. i MUSSON, WILLIAM-Gymnastics 23 Pep Club 23 Wres- tling 2. MYERS, MARLEY-Football Manager 2, 3, 43 Hall Mon- itor 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 4. NEES, DAVID-Theta Hi-Y 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Wrestling 2, 3. NEHEZ, MICHAEL-Hall Monitor 3. ai' . 1 1 ,, K .sv ' if it In their years at Fairmont, seniors "ran a beaten path" to the coun- selors' offices. R 1 Averages and tests concerned seniors NELSON, CARL-Bancl 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Math Club 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. NELSON, ROBERT-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. NEVIN, JAMES-Stage Crew 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3. NEYHOUSF, MICHAEL-Basketball 2, Youth for Christ 3. NICOLL, NANCY-Fairview High School 2, 3, Band 4, Class Play 4, Future Teachers 4, JCOWA 4, Library As- sistant 4. NIXON, GARY-Math Club 4, Science Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Electronics Club 3. O'DONNELL, JOHN. ONDRE, PATRICIA-Card Section 3, Chorus 3, 4, French Club 2, GAA 2, 33 Operetta 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3. ONO, BARBARA-Card Section 3, Future Nurses 2, 3, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. OSBORN, DAVID-Band 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Youth for Christ 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3. OSBORN, MARLENE-Chorus 2, 3, Youth for Christ 2, 3, 4. OSMAN, CHARLES-Cross Country 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. iif 5 if 2 -.. K, . College catalogues help seniors de- cide the school of their choice. School days did not always end with the OTTO, WILSA MAE-Chillicothe High School 25 Ports- mouth High School 3. OVERHOLSER, VICKIE-Band 2, 3, 45 Class Officer, Secretary 3, 45 Class Play 45 French Club 3, 45 Future Teachers 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 JCOWA 3, 45 NFL 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Senior Scholarship Team 45 Torch and Key- stone 3, 45 Wise Fools' Club 2, 3. OWENS, LOIS-Homemakers 2, 4. OXLEY, JAMES-Basketball 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Track 25 Varsity Club 3, 4. PALMER, CAROLYN-French Club 3, 45 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 4. PALMER, JOHN-Band 25 Class Play 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2. PARKER, THOMAS-Band 25 Debate 35 Future Teachers 3, 45 Hall Monitor 4. PARMLEY, THOMAS-Chaminade 25 Theta Hi-Y 3, 4. PATRICK, LARRY-Baseball 25 Card Section 35 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4. PATTERSON, ELIZABETH-Band 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 GAA 25 JCOWA 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Team 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Wise Fools' Club 2. PEELLE, PAULA-French Club 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 GAA 25 junior Achievement 35 Library Assistant 2, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 4. PENNINGTON, PAMELA-Band 2, 35 FBLA 25 GAA 2, 45 JCOWA 3. "Mr. President, may I make a mo tion ?" final bell PEOPLES, PAMELA-Chorus 2, 3, Class Play 3, GAA 2, junior Achievement 3, 4, junior Red Cross 4, Operetta 2, 3, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. PERKINS, MARGIE-French Club 2, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Homemakers 4. PERRY, NANCY-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Operetta 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4, Yearbook 4, Photo Scheduler 4. PESTER, DIANNE-GAA 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2, Wise Fools' Club 2, 3, 4. PETERS, JANET-Chorus 2, Operetta 2, FBLA 2. PETERSON, GERALD-Pep Club 3, 4. PETERSON, JUDY-Card Section 3, Future Nurses 2, GAA 2, 3, Hornemakers 4, Library Assistant 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. PHILLIPS, DONNA-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Operetta PHILLIPS, 2. FLOYD-Hall Monitor 4, Spanish Club 2. PHILLIPS, PATRICIA-Card Section 33 GAA 2, 3, 4, ICOWA 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Operetta 3. PHILLIPS, ROBERT L. PHILLIPS, ROBERT P. The line at the bookstore moves fast-when you're at the front. Each day added maturity and poise e f , . 1? PIERO, SYLVIA-Chorus 2. PLUMB, CHERYL-Castleberry High School, Texas, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. POWER, FRANCES-FBLA 4, GAA 2. PRISKE, THOMAS-Cross Country 2, Electronics Club 4. PROFITT, DAVID-Cross Country 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. PROSSER, BARRY. PURKEY, ROBERT-Chess Club 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Year- book, 4, Boys' Sports Editor 4. PUTERBAUGH, RUTH-Chorus 2, 4, GAA 2, Operetta 2, 4, Student Secretary 4. RADER, JO ANN-Band 2, Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. RAMMLER, ANN-Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Li- brary Assistant 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. RANDOLPH, CAROL-FBLA 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Student Secretary 4, Yearbook 4, Parent Patrons Section 4. RAUCH, BEVERLY-Class Play 4, Debate 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Lab As- sistant 4, NFL 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. REED, PAULA-Dixie Heights High School, Kentucky, 2, FBLA 4. REYNOLDS, JANE-Chorus 2, 4, FBLA 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 4, GAA 2, 3, Operetta 2, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. RICHARDS, JILL-Cheerleader 4, Co-Captain 4, Cho- rus 4, Class Officer 2, Social Chairman 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Library Assistant 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Student Council 3. RILEY, FAITH-French Club 2, GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, School Paper 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3. RINGELSPAUGH, LINDA+Band 2, Future Nurses 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, President 4, Hall Monitor 4, Homemakers 4, Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Softball 2, Interscholastic Tennis 3, Intramural Manager 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Social Chairman 2, Orchestra 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. RIZZO, MARY LOU--GAA 2. ROARK, LUELLA-French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 4. ROBERTS, JAMES-Baseball 2. ROBERTSON, LEONARD-Lyons Township High School, Illinois 2, junior Achievement 4. ROBINSON, CHARLES-Baseball 2, 3, Card Section 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 4. ROBINSON, PAMELA--Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 4. RODGERS, DENNIS-Chaminade High School 2. ROMMEL, DOUGLAS-Theta Hi-Y 3, 4. ROOF, GARY-Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. ROSE, RONALD-Baseball 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4. ROSENQUIST, NANCY-Card Section 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3, 4. ROSS, DIANA-GAA 2, 3, Operetta 2, Pep Club 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3. ROSS, PAULA-Card Section 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Devotional Chairman 3, President 4. -Tw ROSSON, LYNNE-Card Section 3, 4, French Club 3, GAA 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. ROUSH, ELAINE-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Spanish Club 2. ROUSH, SALLY-Class Play 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3, Interscho- lastic Volleyball 2, JCOWA 4, Library Assistant 2, NFL 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Copy Editor 4, Student Secretary 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Youth Forum 4. RUSSELL, LINDA-Card Section 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4, Inter- scholastic Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Hockey Manager 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4. RUSSELL, PATRICIA-GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Program Chairman 3. RUTHERFORD, DOLORES-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. SACKSTEDER, CLAUDE-French Club 2. SAEMANN, IRENE-Card Section 3, Debate 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, ICOWA 4, NFL 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Spanish Club 2, Vice President 2, Y-Teens 2, 3. SAFREED, KAREN-FBLA 3, Pep Club 3, 4. SALYERS, KENNETH. SCHADE, LINDA-Julienne High School 2, Card Sec- tion 4, GAA 3, 4, Homemakers 3, Interscholastic Volley- ball 3, Pep Club 3, 4. SCHADLE, JUNNE-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. SCHELLHASE, BEVERLY-French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. SCHERER, WALTER-Basketball 2,' 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4. SCHIMER, CAROLYN-FBLA 4, Operetta 3. SCHLEINITZ, CAROL-Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Pep Club 4. SCHLOEMAN, NANCY-Card Section 3, Class Play 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Court 4, ICOWA 4, NFL 2, 3, 4, President 4, Y-Teens 2, 4. SCHMIDT, JAMES-Chorus 4, Class Play 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, NFL 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Wrestling 2. SCHOEPFLE, PATRICIA-Card Section 35 GAA 2, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 2, QICOWA 4. SCHUDER, CHARLES-Operetta 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. SCHWARTZ, DAVID-Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. SCOTT, MICHAEL-Basketball 2, 3, Theta Hi-Y 2. SCOTT, RUSSELL-Class Play 3, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Coun- cil Representative 4, junior Achievement 4, Operetta 4. SCOTT, THOMAS-Card Section 3, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. SCROGGY, ROBERT. SEA, SARAH-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscho- lastic Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3. SEELER, UWE-Class Play 3, German Club 2, 3, Lab As- sistant 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Schol- arship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. SEIBERT, PHYLLIS-Band 2, junior Achievement 2, Stu- dent Secretary 4. SENFT, SUZANNE-Indian Hill High School, Cincin- nati 2, 3, French Club 4, GAA 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Y-Teens 4. SEVERNS, DONNA-Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Junior Achievement 2, Latin Club 2, Student Secretary 4. '43 Variety was the spice of .M 1... . i "-f fq ppm . H. SR- seniors Records educate and provide a pleasant ,i,V K diversion from everyday tasks. ives "1L ,iL,L , , mei' , 5 at r ,. SHALF, JEROME-French Club 4, Science Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Electronics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. SHAVER, SHARON-Colerain High School, Cincinnati, 3, GAA 2, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 2, Library As- sistant 2, Y-Teens 2. SHEAFFER, SHARON-Columbian High School, Tippin, 2, 3, School Paper 4. SHERMAN, LOIS-Bookstore 3, 4, Card Section 4, GAA 2, 3, 4. SHOEMACHER, IEFF-Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, French Club 4, Latin Club 2, NFL 3, 4, National Merit Semi-finalist 4, Science Club 3g Senior Scholarship Team 4, Tennis 3. SHOEMAKER, TONY-Baseball 2, Football 2, Theta Hi-Y 2, 33 Latin Club 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wrestling 2, 3. SHONK, SHERMAN-Baseball Manager 3, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 3, French Club 4, Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. SHURTE, RICHARD-Zeta Chi Hi-Y 2. SILAS, MELANIE-Card Section 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3. SILCOX, HUGH-Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4. SIMPSON, STEVE-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Latin Club 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4. SKINNER, CHARLES-Class Officer 4, Treasurer, Class Play 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, JCOWA 4, Lab Assistant 3, Track 2, 3, Varsity."F" Club 3, 4. Pride in Seniors and salamanders! SMALLEY, JOYCE-GAA 2, Homemakers 4, junior Achievement 2, 3, Library Assistant 2. SMITH, BETSY-Card Section 3, Class Play 3, 4, French Club 2, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Beauty Section Editor 4. SMITH, HAROLD-Card Section 3, Chorus 3, 4, Hall Monitor 2, Operetta 3, 4. SMITH, JUDITH-Card Section 3, Chorus 4, Future Nurses 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 3, 4, Operetta 4, Rhythmettes 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. SMITH, MARY-Future Nurses 2, GAA 2, Hall Mon- itor 3. SNIVELY, MARY VICKI-Chorus 4, French Club 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Inter- scholastic Tennis 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Operetta 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. SORG, RICHARD-Wrestling 2. SPICKER, KATHLEEN-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Student Secretary 4. STAHL, BETTY-Tecumseh High School, New Carlisle, 2, 3, Fairborn High School, Fairborn, 4, FBLA 4, GAA 4, junior Achievement 4. STALLARD, RODNEY-Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4. STEEL, LINDA. STEPHENS, PATRICIA-Colonel White High School 2. accomplishment followed understanding "Actually, it happened this way." 5'-N 'wwf STEFFEN, NINA-Card Section 2, FBLA 4, GAA 33 Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. STEINER, JOHN-Card Section 3, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Lab Assistant 3, Latin Club 2, Science Club 4. STEINBARGER, SHARON-Rosemont, Columbus, 2, 3. STELTENKAMP, SHERRY-Class Play 4, French Club 4, Pep Club 4, Student Secretary 4. STOLZENBERGER, SHARON-GAA 2, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 3, 4, Rhythmettes 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4. STONER, PATRICIA-GAA 2. STRACI-IAN, JEAN-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4. STRICKLE, KAREN-Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, Hall Monitor 3, Library Assistant 2, Spanish Club 3, 4. STRUBLE, ELYSE-GAA 2, 3, 4. STUCK, PAUL-Chorus 2, Class Play 3, Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Spanish Club 2, Stage Crew 2, 3. STUDEBAKER, GLORIA-Card Section 3, Homemakers 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 2. SUPENSKY, GREGORY-Hall Monitor 2, 33 Lab As- sistant 2, 4. 1962 - Year of individualism Individualism? TAMPLIN, JACK-Wayne Local High School, Waynes- ville, 2, 3. TANNER, JOYCE-Card Section 33 Class Officer 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Point Secretary 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Court 4, Interscholastic Hockey 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Student Secretary 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. TAULBEE, PATRICIA-GAA 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 4, Youth for Christ 2, 3g Y-Teens 3. THOMAS, DONNA-French Club 2, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4,AInterscholastic Volleyball 2, Library Assistant 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Student Secretary 4. THOMPSON, CHARLES-Steinmetz High School, Chi- cago, 2, 3. . THOMPSON, JAMES-Baseball 2, 3, Card Section 3, Chorus 2, Class Officer 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, French Club 2, Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, Operetta 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Council 2, Torch and Key- stone 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. THOMPSON, JEAN-GAA 2. THOMPSON, IOANN-FBLA 2, Student Secretary 4. THOMPSON, LYNNE-Card Section 3, Future Nurses 2, 35 GAA 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. THOMPSON, REBECCA-Chorus 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Op- eretta 2, 33 Pep Club 4, Student Secretary 4, Yearbook 4, Junior Editor 4. TIMM, DAVID-Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, ICOWA 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. TOLL, JUDITH-Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Pro- gram Chairman 2, FBLA 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 2, 3, Library Assistant 2, NFL 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Student Council 3, 4, Student Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2. TOUCHMAN, DEBORAH-Cedar Cliff High School, Cedarville, 2, Card Section 3, French Club 3, GAA 3, junior Achievement 3, NFL 3. TRAVIS, DARLENE-Chorus 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homemakers 2, 4, Pep Club 35 Student Sec- retary 4, TREAT, WARD-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Library Assistant 3, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Op- eretta 3. TRENARY, LINDA-Chorus 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, JCOWA 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. TRENNER, ANITA-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 3, Inter- scholastic Volleyball 2, JCOWA 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Editor-in-Chief 4. TRICK, MICHELLE-GAA 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Student Secretary 3, 4. JW" vm, TRIMBLE, ROBERT-Itajuke Depenclants High School, japan, 2, 3. TRITCH, LINDA-Chorus 2, GAA 2, 33 ICOWA 35 Op- eretta 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. TWOHIG, MARY-Westchester High School, California, 2, 3, GAA 4, JCOWA 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. UNGERER, DIANE-Kenmore East, New York, 2, Fu- ture Nurses 3, 4, GAA 3, ICOWA 3. VOGEL, CONSTANCE-Wilbur Wright 2. VOORHEES, GARY-Junior Achievement 2, 3. WALKER, JACK-French Club 3, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 5, 4, Math Club 4. WALTERS, CAROLYN-French Club 4, GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3. WALTERS, DONNA-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Corre sponding Secretary 3, Secretary 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. WARD, LINDA-Chorus 2, 4, GAA 2, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Operetta 2, 4, Pep Club 4. WATKINS, ALLEN-FBLA 4. WATSON, DCROTHY-Fairborn High School 2, JCOWA 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Student Secretary 3, Y-Teens 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. WAX, WILLIAM. WEAVER, RICHARD. WEIR, RUSSELL-FBLA 4, Library Assistant 2, Pep Club 2. WELLES, CHARLES-Hall Monitor 3. WELLS, CAROLYN-Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2. WELLS, SIDNEY-Madison High School 2. "My little corner of the Worldf, There was always time to reminisce WENZ, TERRILYNN-Card Section 3, GAA 2, 4, JCOWA 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Program Chair- man 4. WESTERMAN, MARGARET-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, GAA 2, :ICOWA 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Secretary 4. WHIPP, THOMAS-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Library Assistant 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. XVHIPP, WILLIAM-Card Section 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. WHITE, RAYMOND-Football 2, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Track 2. WHITEHEAD, LINDA-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 4, GAA 3, Science Club 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. WHITESELL, NANCY-Band 2, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, German Club 4, Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4. WHITING, IOLENE-Midwest City High School, Okla- homa, 2, Card Section 3, Cheerleader 4, GAA 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. WHYTE, MOLLY-Class Play 3, 4, GAA 2, Hall Mon- itor 4, NFL 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. XVILKENS, SUE-GAA 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Vice President 4. WILLIAMS, ROBERT-Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, President 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. WILSON, SHARON-Gard Section 3, Chorus 2, GAA 2, Operetta 2, Pep Club 3. mar "Prepare for a timed writing." Wonderful staff and student body makes WIMER, SANDRA-Washington Park High School, Wis- consin, 2, French Club 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Homemakers 4, Interscholastic Softball 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. WINDSOR, RONALD-Chorus 2, Class Play 4, Debate 3, Lab Assistant 4, NFL 3, Operetta 2, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. WISE, JUDY-Whitmer High School, Toledo, 2, Card Section 3, Class Play 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4, GAA 3, 4, ICOWA 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Social Chair- man 4, Pep Club 3, Yearbook 4, Faculty Editor 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. WITTGRUBER, CAROLINE-Chorus 4, Future Nurses 2, GAA 2, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2. WOLLENHAUPT, RICHARD-Band 2, Library Assistant 3, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. WOODSON, HOWARD-Class Play 3, Junior Red Cross 3, Shop Monitor 2, 3. WRIGHT, BONITA-junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. WRIGHT, DONNA-Band 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Inter- scholastic Basketball 2, Interscholastic Tennis 2, 3, 4, In- terscholastic Volleyball 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Library As- sistant 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WURTS, ELIZEBETH-Chorus 4, Future Teachers 2, 3 4, GAA 2, JCOWA 3, 4, Lab Assistant 2, Library As- sistant 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. 1 WYATT, BARRY. WYKOFF, DENNIS. WYMER, PI-IILLIP-Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 4. Helping with ticket sales was one of the duties of gym monitors. Fairmont CI great school YEAZEL, JUDITH-Chorus 2, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Operetta 2, 4. YOST, JOANNE-McKinley High School, Canton, 2, 3, Student Secretary 4. YOUNG, DESIRA-Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 3, 4, Debate 3, GAA 2, 35 Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Club 3. YOUNG, LINDA-Chorus 2, Homemakers 2, 3, 4. YOUNG, PAUL-Baseball 2, Hall Monitor 3, Spanish Club 2. YOUNG, VIVIAN-GAA 2. ZELL, JOHN-German Club 2, Gymnastics 2, Hi-Y 4, JCOWA 4, Junior Achievement 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wrestling 2. ZIMMER, JOHN-Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. ZINN, ROBERT-Class Play 3, 4, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 3, Math Club 4, Photography Club 4, School Paper 4. ZOTTER, MARCIA-Card Section 3, French Club 2, Fu- ture Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Interscholastic Hockey Manager 3, Interscholastic Softball 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, 4. :L - "A, ' Vw. K' fr'-mf: With fond memories of the post, seniors look io the future. Aills, joel Baker, Robert Barry, Ann Biondie, Willie Chambers, Thomas Clark, Louis Credelbaugh, John Forquer, Carolyn Gillespie, Ronald Glass, Paul Holcomb, Wendy Hutchison, Ronald N OT PICTURED Williams, Richard Kirchner, Michael Magill, Daniel Marsee, Donald Osborne, Richard Parrott, Phil Pine, William Pompos, Ronald Rueschloff, Robert Slaidins, George Swisher, Douglas Waag, Gayle White, john THINK Mathematics and thinking go hand in hand. Mx' Fairmont rates enthusiasm "plus" gm Variety is the spice of life. Football players double as disc jockeys at Homecoming dance. GOLDEN GLIMPSES 0F E I 1 62 Z JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bud Robeson, Vice Presidentg Donna Wood ward, Secretaryi Dave Fisher, Treasurerg Irene Argue, Social Chairman Tom Darby, President. JU IDRS Agnor, Gary Albaugh, Linda Albright, Bonnie Alexander, Ruth Allen, Douglas Allen, Richard Amand, David Anderson, james Apgoff, Robert Anlceney, Douglas Anthony, Gerald Anthony, Richard Appleton, Chris Argue, Irene Armstrong, Lois Arnold, Charles Asbury, Terrance Atkin, Everard Atteberry, Darlene Aultz, Cynthia JUNICRS Bachand, Kathleen Badger, Susan Bainter, Pamela Bair, Marketa Baker, William Ball, Donna Barker, Terry Barnes, Charles Barnhart, Glenn Barr, Rebecca Barrett, William Bean, Martha Beard, Charles Beatty, Derrel Beemer, Bruce Behnken, Herbert Belg, William Bender, Paul Bennett, Marvin Berdahl, Paul Billings, Linda Bishop, Robert Black, Terrell Blackburn, james Blair, -Ionelle Blair, Robert Blatt, Rita Bleek, Edward Boak, Clifford Bodem, Douglas Boise, Eileen Bollinger, Brenda Victory ' Victory ' is our cry at the Homecoming dance. Bond, Bonnie Bond. Connie Borchers, Lois Bordwell, Sue Bothmann, Randall Botts, Charles Brunsman, Caroline Brunsman, John JUNIORS Bradfield, James Bradford, Mary Bradley, Keith Bradley, Sandra Brannan, Barbara Brenner, Deborah Brewster, Elaine Brill, Linda Brinkel, Diane Brookley, Sharon Brooks, Judy Brown, Sandra Brown, Sharron Brownsberger, William Brumfiel, Bruce Buchholz, Bradley Burgess, Jeanne Buschar, Judy Bushong, Donna Buvinger, Doug Caldwell, Charles Calhoun, Philip Calihan, Donald Campbell, Charles Cantrell, Diane Carey, William Carnevale, John Caskey, Joyce Catalano, David Caupp, Ada ff Physical fitness had a place of honor in physical education classes. Chartraw, Candice Clark, Anastasia Clark, Clara Clark, Leon Clark, Marjorie Clark, Michael Cody, Edward Collins, Charles Collins, Christine Common, Ann Conrad, Neal Constable, Margaret Cook, Linda Corsaw, Michael Corwin, Linda Coulter, LeRoy Couser, Virginia Craig, Shirley Crawford, Tom Credlebaugh, Paul Crews, Cynthia L Crooke, Christina Cruze, Keith Cupp, Edward Cyester, Tod Dagg, Sandra Dalton, Joyce Damuth, Lynn Darby, Thomas Davis, Alexander JUNIORS Davis, Carol Davis, Richard Dawson, Carol Deis, Brian Deis, Pete Delaney, Karen Delcontivo, Dinny Denham, Carol Denlinger, Martin Dennis, jane Derrick, janet Detrick, jenny Deutsch, Barbara Dieterle, Gordon Dieterle, john Dillon, Dorothy DiSalvo, Tom Dissauer, Noreen Doerr, David Dolkowski, Marcia Proofreading is only one pha ai! lof publishing a great newspaper, l Eckhardt, Donna Edgington, jean Edwards, Patricia Edwards, Robert Elam, Arthur Elkins, Barry Ellington, Ronald Ellis, Andrea Ellis, Carolyn Ellis, Francis Emmott, Barbara Emmott, Elizabeth Englernan, Victoria Erixon, Ronald Espy, Diannah Espy, Donnah Esselman, Douglas Evans, Ronald Ewing, joseph Faber, Judy Donson, Diane Drake, Robert Drerup, William Drexler, Leslie Earnhart, Anna Easter, james Teachers find students can be a great help. Fadely, Sue Fanning, Jane Faulkner, Delbert Fensel, Phillip Fenton, Janet Ferguson, Richard Ferree, Gary Fetters, Darlene Fields, Patricia Fielitz, Robert Fightmaster, Rebecca Fink, Douglas Fiorita, Mikael Fisher, David Fitzpatrick, john Flatter, john Flavin, Charles Fletcher, Clyde Flinn, Cynthia Flynn, Charlene Flynn, john Forsyth, john Foster, William Fouke, ludy Fourton, Rosalind Frame, Carol Freeders, Dianne Freidline, Steven Fricke, Oliver Fry, Thomas Fuls, Richard Fulton, Gloria Gaines, Shirley Gampher, Carol Gantz, Gary Gauldin, Linda Gaylor, Patricia Geatty, Richard Gebhart, Virginia Geeding, Patricia George, August George, Beverly Gereson, Susan Giffin, James Gill, Charles Godown, Bonnie Goins, Gordon Goode, james Goodpaster, Robert Gordley, Paul Gordon, Bonnie Gowans, William Graham, Thomas Gray, Patricia Green, Jan Mal 'PV JUNIORS Hatfield, Mary Hawn, Betty Ann Head, William Headrick, Ella Heath, Martha Hedges, Gayle Heller, Fred Helmer, Pamela Helser, Gerald Green, Kathryn Greimann, Vicki Grierson, Michelle Griffith, john Guenther, Harry Gustafson, Jan Guth, Thomas Gutwein, Daniel Hacker, William Hagedon, Patricia Hahn, Daniel Hardwick, Rosemar Harley, Mary Harlow, Gary Harrold, Michael Harshman, Cheryl Harshman, Judith Hart, Nancy Hasting, Paul Hastings, Donald Hendricks, William Henman, Barbara Henry, Barbara Y Hermetz, John Herron, Carolyn Hess, jean Hetzler, Russell Hewitt, Pamela Hewitt, Ronald Hicks, Kathleen Hild, Rodney Hill, james Hill, Robert Hines, Dwight Hinkley, Ann Hinman, Sandra Hoeflinger, Kathleen Hoffman, Barbara Hoffman, Lynn Hollis, Kathleen Hollis, Wayne Holmstrom, Elaine Houser, Rebecca They could have danced all night. we-rg-. ff. , . .wwe L.- ,. 3, if K Houston, jennifer Howe, john Huddleston, joseph Huden, Vicky Hudson, Dean Hulsman, Richard .... "" ' i K K .ig Wu, - R ,i.: f N, ,f 5 as 'A ,"f -1 - - gf, . f,,,..i., 243 - ' - J . .:, . fyggfig gg is w i, -X g K. SY' fl . W .J v Tegan, 2 , . , .a-aa , -at . ' - , sau , i V54-'Wi 2 c .' 'K K '35 S1555 A V i i il ,1, ,. ' 'ii fix ,,,,,,,,, if i JUNIORS Hunter, Louise Huntzinger, James Hurley, Patricia Hurt, Constance Hutchinson, Tim Hutchison, Jerry Jackson, Nickey Jamison, Kent Jenner, Richard Johnson, Keith Johnson, Theresa Johnson, Timothy Johnson, William Jones, Charles Jones, Joyce Jones, Judi Jordan, David Kappeler, Jack Keister, Martha Kidd, Nikita Kiernan, Brian Kiger, Joy King, Barbara King, Jack King, Terrance Kingham, Arthur Kingsbury, David Kinnard, Robert Kirk, Sharon Kirk, William Testing the ice on the tennis courts precedes many hours of skating pleasure. Kirsch, Christine Kissell, Douglas Kistler, Arthur Klitch, Judith Kloh, Regina Knapp, Michael Kniess, Lee Knight, Jerry Knox, Peggy Knupp, Karen Koch, Doris Konicki, Clifford Konrad, Robert Kos, Robert Krajewski, Volker Kratzer, Beverly Kraus, Terry Krug, Barbara Krug, Carole Krynzel, Daniel Krznarich, Gail Kuehner, Cheryl Kuhn, Roger Kuntz, james Laliontaine, Stephen Lam, Herbert Lane, janet Langston, Peggy LaRue, Jacqueline Laurito, jeffrey Law, Ellen Lawrence, Edgar Lawson, Sandra Lehman, Ann Leiter, Sharon S. Leiter, Sharon M. Lewis, Linda Lindsey, Caroline Liston, Susan Little, Michael Lobo, David Loesch, Larry Long, Shirley Longstreath, Glor ia Lookabaugh, Robert Lotter, Robert Low, Thomas Lowe, Donald Luken, Randy Lukens, Chris Machine shop trair Fairmont students for the future. 4 Madden, William Maeder, Michael Magill, Larry Malone, jerry Manley, Michael Marcum, Kathy Mardis, Michael Marshall, Charles Marshall, Donald Martin, Irwin Masters, Charles Matthews, Dianne Maxie, Dennis Mayer, Charles McClar1ahan, Betty McCoy, Gerald McDaniel, Connie McEvoy, james McGraw, Charles McKenzie, David Lunderman, Jack Lyle, Doug Lynch, Cathy Lyttle, Shirley Madaffer, Carol Madden, Terry JUNIORS Christmas traditions at Fairmont add a festive and bright air to lobbies. McSherry, Willimn Meadows, Wayne Melville, Patricia Merz, Thomas Mesarvey, Keith Metz, Thomas Meyers, Arnette Meyers, Richard Michael, Barbara Mikesell, Edward Millard, john Miller, Antoinette Miller, Clarence Miller, Joyce Miller, Lance Miller, Martha Miller, Raymond Miller, Richard Miller Susan Miller 7 7 Vicki Mitchell, Myron Moline Dale Moore Moore Donald Gary I , P ir ,S r K fe 9553 rim' S , gf. e' "' 21 it :,: :I,iU:f:. M0U1Ugef, C9-WIYU L i V , , L Moore, james Moore, Kathy Moore, Michael Moore, Virginia Moren, Barbara Moritz, Kathryn Morris, james Moss, Tim Mote, Thomas Mullins, Peg Murphy, Timothy Nanni, Cheryl Nead, Barbara Neff, Linda Newlin, Nancy Newton, Judy Neyhouse Doroth , Y Nicholson, Kenneth N ishirnura, Susan Norris, Kenneth Noyes, Barbara O'Banion, Sharon Odom, Donna Oishi, Marlene Oldham, Larry Ondre, Linda O'Neil, jill Oosting, Elizabeth Osborne, Dick Ossege, jean JUNIORS in M Osterloh, Linda Owens, Charlotte Parks, Barry Pease, james Peeno, Helen Pemberton, Ralph Penley, Roger Penquite, Jacqueline Pepper, Kenneth Perdue, Barbara Perdue, Janis Perkins, Sandra Pester, Karen Peterson, Charles Peyton, Charlotte Pilson, Robert Pobst, Nancy Poffenberger, Larry Price, Carolyn Price, Gary Prouty, Robert Puckett, Beverly Puterbaugh, Ralph Quigley, Patricia Rabold, Scotte Rader, Thomas Raines, Toni Rarnaley, Susan Ramey, Virgil Rausch, Pattye Readey, Jack Readey, james Reidy, Robert Reigelsperger, Dale Reinicke, William Resh, Marianne Reynolds, Larry Ribas, Victoria Richardson, Carol Ridenour, Joan Riffel, Herbert Rike, jack Rittenhouse, Joyce Ritter, john Roberts, Carolyn Roberts, Gloria Robertson, Philip Robeson, Franklin Robison, Daniel Rogers, Katie Rossiter, Erick Rowe, Ronald i2ii""u, Fairmont gentlemen are always ready to help a damsel in distress. Rowland, Margaret Rowland, Veda Royston, james Rubin, Barbara Ruhlman, Donald Russell, Sheila . 0,0 im, '5?35v?"' i JUNIORS Rutherford, Virginia Salyer, Sandra Salyers, DeLane Sauer, David Saunders, Peter Schaaf, Ann Schaefer, Richard Schaffer, David Schardt, Mike Schilling, Donald Schneider, Roger Schneider, Ronald Schneider, Steve Schweller, Rita Scott, Gary Seitz, Randall Selz, Andrea Shadowens, Carolyn Shaffer, Carolyn Shaffer, james Shatzer, George Shaw, Peggy Shawver, Nancy Shelley, Craig Sherman, Sally Shinn, Barbara Shipley, Jacqueline Short, William Shue, Jacquelyn Sikes, Sherry On your mark! Get set! Go! Sillery, Ruth Simmerman, jamie Sizer, Sandra Sloan, William Smith, Bennett Smith, Cheryle Smith, Shirley Snyder, Charlotte Somerwill, Larry Sones, Darlene Spicer, Barbara Spicka, Douglas Spitler, Jean Stachler, Michael Stahl, Mike Stapleton, Barbara Staup, Linda Stemmler, Paula Stephens, Gretchen Stocker, Gloria Story, jerry Strauch, Carole Stuck, Tom Stull, Carole Stump, Brenda Sturtevant, Evelyn Sturtevant, Mary Swafford, Wanda Swartzel, Barbara Swigeart, Linda Swink, Patricia Tate, Bryan Tate, Terry Taylor, Connie Terry, Patsy Thacker, Sylvia Theiss, Claire Thomas, Tom Thomason, Richard Tifford, john Tomlin, Barbara Toomire, Cheryll Topiah, Robert Torley, Lois Trimble, Carl Trout, George Truesclale, Melinda Ulm, David Vanderwiel, Sheryl Vickers, Phyllis Q Double trouble during X turn-about week! Wallace, Kenneth Waller, Linda Waller, Michael Walter, William Walters, Cynthia Ward, Elaine Watson, William Weaver, Barbara Webb, Mary jo Webb, Thomas Weber, Gerhard Wefler, Gil Weir, jean Weisman, Margaret Weisman, Mary Weist, Willi' m Weller, Darlin Wells, Anke Wells, Beverl Wells, Jill Virelli, Michael Vogt, Suzanne Vollman, Irene Volrath, Kenneth Vyszenski, DiAnn Wade, john JUNIORS Q s. ,ge W fwfr: fl ali' W , i ..,, ..,,. V. .Q .. .:r A , aexlfw 1-in i f' 'ef' fi , .,-: ei f c f,-- .. ' W f :ir :, a asp J L Lf: - an e ' M .1 Mi my 33 Fairmonfs own junior clean-up committee in action! Werner, Robert West, james West, Joyce Wetz, jane Whitacre, Sandra White, David White, Janice Whiteside, Eleanor Whitfield, Carol Whiting, Wayne Whittles, Joni Wicklund, Lloyd Wilkins, Jerry Williams, Beverly Williams, Kenneth Williams, Sandra Wilson, Barton Wilson, James Winkle, Edwin Wirtz, Marilyn Withrow, Calvin Witt, David Wogaman, Georgia Wolfe, james Wolfe, Virginia Wood, Donna Woodward, Donna Workman, Paula Wright, Charles Wynn, Timothy Young, Rosemary Zipf, Janis NOT PICTURED Ballard, Sonja Brogan, Roger Brown, Carole Coburn, Karen Collins, Sharon Edwards, jerry Fauldin, Linda Foster, Donald Hensley, james Longman, Robert McFarland, Carl McSherry, john Phillips, jeffrey Rendfrey, William Rote, Glenn Schoen, Nancy Schwob, Gary Schwoebel, james Smith, Richard Spivey, Lawrence True, James Walker, Ethan Wolfenbarger, Paul si X I GOLDEN GLIMPSES OF 9 x 4 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Judie Heikes, Social Chairmang Gret chen Kunz, Secretary: Steve Logan, Presidentg Tom Leonard, Vice Presi dentg janet Bach, Treasurer. 3 i V SOPHCMORES SDPHCMORES Abernathy, Bob Adams, Jeanne Adkins, Nancy Adsit, Terry Airhart, Diane Aleshire, Roxanna Allen, Dave Allen, Jeanie Allen, Larkin Allen, Virginia Alspach, Cathy Anderson, Andrea Anderson, Jess Andres, Nancy Andrews, Janet Anduze, Annette Antrobus, Helen Appenzeller, Lynn Apple, Donna Arnold, Juanita Arnold, Sharon Ash, Michelene Atchison, James Atkins, Karen Atkins, Robert Ayres, Leah Ba h, Janet Baglger, Lee Bailey, Judy Baines, Carole Baker, Baker Baker Baker Bakeri 9 7 Brian Danny David Richard Sandra Baltrunat, Sue Banks, Penny Barber, Jim Barkalow, Richard Barney, Eugene Hopes of succesful games are inspired by enthusiastic Jep assemblies Barr, B Barr, P Barr, W Barrett, , Susar Barton Batts, Bauser , ROE? Baxley, Baxter, Beanbl Beards ley, C Bearzy, Beasley, Beason, Beatty, Beatty, Becket Beckste Beebe, Begley, Bell, B Bell, P Bellar, Benne Benson, Berger, Bernat, Bertsch Besanc t, Jam r, Wilr everly atrici' illiaitn Lin a Bates, Gary R ichard r Cheryl Tom OSSOITI ,Dav h ls ar e 'n CY Evely Nan Carl janet Larry s d, Roll Lind ert a Sonja ruce atrici Caro 3 1 UH. Garry renee Law Rich y, An eney, d ie OY i ezfif We :" 3 gsm ,V , Betsch, Carla Beverly, Carolyn Bihr, Patricia Billing, Diane Bilz, Jane Blair, Donna Blake, Mary Blesi, Jack Boerner, jane Boesel, Bradley Bollinger, Richard Borchers, Terry Borton, Sandra Bossi, Charles Bowden, Charlane Bowman, Dorothy Bradford, Vonda Brandenburg, Suzanne Brandt, Dwight Brane, Donald Brannen, Barbara Brechlin, Alicia Brewer, Marvin Brickman, Lynne Brigeman, Linda Brinck, William Broedling, Suzanne Brookey, Robert Brooks, Edward Brooks, jonal Though only sophomores, these boys show great strength. Brooks, Phil Brothers, Laurie Brower, Marsha Brower, S Brown, G allly 9-fy Brown, jan es 1 Brown, Miyihael an Brubaker, Bruhn, Ja JP F Brunk, Janis Brunner, S Brust, F rarlces LIC Bryant, Perry Buchman, Christy Burnison, 'lane Burns, Ph llis Burrows, ichard Burton, S lley he Byrd, Pamela Byrkett, Don Cadwell, Daniel Caldwell, Caldwell, Campbell, Cantrell, B Carolyn Donna , Jean ill Carlton, liieverly OY Cashour, Catalano Dan Caudill, liloy Chakrian, Chandler, Chartraw., Christy, E Ciambro, Clark, Irv Susan Roger Suzanne ddie Linda in Z ,aw 'im SOPHOMCRES SOPHOMORES Clark, Judy Clark, Mimi Clark, Roseanne Clarke, Margaret Clarkson, Patricia Clay, Roger Clayton, Charles Cline, Bruce Clute, Karen Coatney, Laura Cole, Farrell Collins, Gwen Collins, Nicholas Collins, Steve Combs, jirn Combs, Yondal Copeland, Ruth Corcoran, Brian Cost, Curtis Cotterman, juli Coughlin, Dianne Couser, Meribeth Craft, Diana Criss, Cheryl Criswell, Vicki Crossley, jim Crossley, Karen Cruea, Rick Crutcher, Kerry Cummins, Dan Curp, Donna Curtis, Candy Dadisman, Carol Dailey, Barbara Daniels, Dave 431' ,wp Danishek, Danson, II Dapice, C2 Charles Ielia rol Darby, Suslan Darnell, C Daugherty arla Carol Daughertyl Paul Davis, Anilm Davis, Barbara Davis, Jos ph Deebel, Linda Delph, Lo an Deters, Roierta Detter, Pa line Dexter, Su ie Dial, Mary Kaye Dick, Kenneth Dicke, Narlcy Dietrich, Iviary Dillon, jeag ne Dils, Connie Dimatteo, Michael Dixon, Ste VC Dodd, jerry Doebler, Jack Dolfman, Q1 Donson, Gee Doolin, jirn l Dowler, C Downing, ll , Mfg, ,' "Make the most of lunch time!" say Tom Elliott, Mike Graham, and jim McClellan. OOPS! Wrong building First days are so confusing. Dugan, Pat Dunham, Gregory Dunn, Arlene Dunn, jack Dunn, John Dunson, Tom Dybvig, Karen Dykes, Dale Eagle, David Eason, Virginia Ebert, Carolyn Edwards, Kathy Egleston, Fred Elliott, Tom Ellis, Forrest Ellis, Larry Eltzroth, jan Engelhart, Carol Enos, Gary Epard, Bob Erp, Ann Ersted, Thomas Estes, Sylvia Eversole, Gaynell Eversole, Walker I26 y Fader, Michael Faehl, Rick y Fair, Barba a Farquhar, ichard Fedefie, chtefi Fellcley, Ted Finegold, Lawrence Finigan, Michael Finnigan, Qarol Fiorita, Ted, Fischer, Glenn Fisher, Dealnna Fitzpatrick, Jayne Flavin, james Fledderjohn, Sue Flynn, Gladys Focht, Theodore Ford, Bonnie Forgy, Nancy Formichella, Rita Forquer, Girry Forth, Rob rt Forth, Sue Forthofer, Shirley Foster, Bill Foster, Tom Fox, Betsy Fox, Carol Frazee, Steve Free, Sally Freed, Ginger Freese, Ran French, Lin dy da French, Parn Frey, Larry Funk, Richard Furrey, Susan Gaffney, Paul Galloway, ob Garrett, Li da SOPHOMORES Gauldin, Connie Gedeon, Kristy Geisel, Sandra Gephart, Ruth Geske, Nannette Getter, jim Geyer, Janie Gibson, Marsha Gibson, Nancy Gillespie, Brenda SOPHCMORES Symphonic-Varsity-or Marching Band Fairmont is always the best' Gillespie, Richard Gilpin, Virginia Ginter, Mary Goebel, Carol Golden, John Golob, Kathy Goode, Gloria Goodrich, Robert Goodrich, Tina Gordley, Roger Gordon, Bill Gorndt, Grey Gottschall, Lynne Graham, Mike Graham, Ron Graham, Sandra. Gray, Rohlert Gray, Ronnie Green, Robert Green, Vilginia Grohoski, Barbara Grotz, Da le Guenther, atricia Haber, Barybara Hall, Dia a Hall, Roy Hambrigh Sherry Hamby, Linda Hames, Kalhy Hammon, jim Handy, Martha Hannah, D- vid Hannum, Blletty Hansen, join Hardman, elores Hardman, jim Harmon, Louise Harner, julie Harrison, Paula Harrison, Richard Hart, David Hartle, Don! Hartzel, Mafgaret Harwood, David Harzinski, Larry Hauck, Dennis Hay, Marilyn Hayes, Leonard Hechler, Evelyn Heffner, Rolslin SOPHOMORES Heike-s, Judie Heizer, Sharon Heldenbrand, Jane Heller, Betsy Henn, Robert Hensley, Faye Hensley, Ronald Herd, David Hetrick, Elva Heuser, Joyce Heywood, Laura Hicks, Ann Higinbotham, Susan Hildebrand, Bill Himebaugh, Joe Himes, Steve Hinchman, Lew Hines, Jack Hinkley, Carol Hirth, Gloria Hittinger, Philip Hochstetler, Gre Hodges, Dain Hodgkinson, Gayle Hoefling, Sharon Hola, Steve Holland, Steve Hollister, Sandy Holzen, Richard Hoover, Michele Horton, Bill Houser, Roberta Howes, Scott Hudson, Judith Hudson, Robert Troy Week-Lian example of Fairmont's undying enth siasm! Huff, Andy Huffman, Sharon Hume, Jim Hunter, Ca.rol Hunter, Craig Hurley, Judy Hutcheson, Tom Hyde, Phili Insko, Russlgl Irvin, Carol Isbell, Rickie Jackson, Lynn Jaeger, Russ Jahn, Robent James, Cynthia James, John James, Susan Jarusiewic, Paul Jenkins, Sylvia Jennings, Charles Johnson, Cheryl Johnson, David Johnson, Phil Johnson, Sherry Jones, Fred Jones, Jacqueline Jones, Steve Joy, Robert Jump, Greg Kabbes, Robert 55323, Kalat, james Karavish, Tony Kaylor, Bill Keene, Thomas Keeney, Norbert Keiter, Marcia Kelly, Beverly Kelly, Paul Kemmer, Ed Kemper, Karen Kemper, Mike Kennedy, Larry Kent, Gary Kern, Norman Kerr, Loretta Keto, John Kettleson, Karen Kevern, Tom Keyes, jim Kibler, john Kimble, Robert Kindrick, Sarah Kindy, Thomas King, Johnny King, Marilyn Kinkade, Dee Klein, Pamela Klim, Kathryn Kling, Debbie Knott, Connie Not a sophomore-just a Wee Dragon! Koeller, Bob Kormos, Kramer, ftllyce reg Krapf, Patricia Krause, Sue Krietzer, Frances Kuck, Donna Kuntz, M rguerite Kunz, Gr chen Kurpe, joe Kuster, john Lageman Lahanas, I Lambert, Clarole as Alison ichard Lamme, Kathryn Landrum, Lane, Bruqf Langdon, 'Pamela e renia Lathrop, Robert Lawhorn, Barbara Leach, Alice Lee, Carol Lee, Connie Lemon, Stdve Leonard, 'fiom Lewis, Shiqley Li ghtsey, Linard, Howard Linklater, List, Bonn 'Hom aim Liszak, john Lloyd, Val rie Loftus, V Logan, St Logsdon, ifki eve Becky SOPHOMCRES 'ljg,,sQ,,,i ,, SOPHOMCRES Long, Derek Long, Gary Loveless, Eric Lowder, Wilma Lowry, Stephen Loy, Karone Luke, john Luttrell, Ronnie MacFarland, Sandy Manny, Patrick Marcum, janey Marlin, Karen Marshall, Sharon Martin, Dan Martin, Diana Mason, Carol Matheny, Judy Matonis, Karen Matthews, Robert Maxfield, Paul Mayberry, Connie Mayo, Virginia Mays, Betty McCartney, Larry McClellan, Cheryl McClellan, james McClellan, Karen McClellan, Nance McCoy, David McCoy, Kenneth McElyea, Bill McFarland, Dennis McGohan, Dan McKee, Paul McKe1vey, Margie McMurdo, Steve MCNew, onnie McPhersoIilr, Joann Meddoclc, Terry Meeker, Sally Melke, ligne Men gle, Metzler, dward oe l Meyer, Paul Meyers, Michael, Miles, Suin Torn ob Miller, Charm Miller, D vid Miller, D -,bbie Miller, Evodney Miller, icki Millonig, john Minnick, David Mitchell, Russell Monesmith, jim Moningerf, Don Moody, Moody, ames Karel Moore, Gary Morabitjf, Sam l l Mount, Murch, ohn Ann Mueller, David Mullen, Gerald Looking for a combination of beauty and versatility? Try our art department. Sophomores, too, realize the importance of planning toward their future Murphy, Diana Murray, Nancy Musselman, Mike Myers, Robert Myers, Sandy Nash, Debbie Neff, Marianne Nellis, Larry Nelson, Leslie Nemecek, Jean Nickelson, Joyce Nickelson, Ted Niedhanner, Sherrie Nies, Virginia Nikides, Joanne Ning, Gilbert Nix, Marian Nixon, James Noble, Lamar Norris, Ella Northup, Joyce O'Brien, Patricia Oehrtman, Jean Peters, Fred Ogle, Bonnie Ono, Tina Olszewski, Brigitte Olt, Gretchen O'Nea1, Donna Off, Daniel Osborn, Doin Osborn, Susan Osborne, Joan Osman, Jani Ossege, Lariy Otto, Candra Overholser, Owsley, Milge Oxley, Gary Pacini, Gary im Palmer, Marla Palmer, Shirley Papenbrock, Richard Patrick, Terry Paul, John Pease, Pamel Pennington, Pester, Steve Phillips, Cha il liharon rlotte Phillips, David Philli s uli . .P il 1 Phillips, Shar n Pierce, Daniel. Pierce, Suann Pitcher, Phyllus Platt, Albert Poulos, Karen Poulos, Timothy Powell, Sharon Power, Janice Presley, Allene Price, Larry Price, Paul Pritchard, N OTIII19. Pritchard, Russell SOPHOMORES Proffit, Sharon Prosser, janet Prugh, Edwin Puterbaugh, Donnell Quast, jerry Quast, Ray Rainwater, Terry Rankin, Kristina Rausch, Dan Rausenberg, Suzanne "Unit display cases are fascinating," say Hal Rogero and Dianne Coughlin. Reagen, Kathleen Reed, Walter Reeder, Charlene Reese, Cheryl Reese, David Reilly, Michael Rembold, Dave Revis, Elois Rice, Ted Riggs, Barbara Riggs, Elizabeth Rinehart, janet Rish, Martha Rivero, Catherine Rix, Bob Rizzo, Kathy Roach, Dgale Roark, L onard Robbins, Roberts, Rodgers, Rodgers, Roepken Robinson, Cheryl Jack jim dward atricia , Katharine Rogero, 1LeRoy Rogers, jeanelle Rogers, Saundra Y Roller, jj Rooksto Rosenqu l, Ronald jst, Niles Ross, Ba bara Ross, Je Ross, La HUC fY Ross, Susan Ruckmarl, jim Rudolph , George Ruhl Sharon Y, Runyon, Russell, A Doug ary Beth Rutherfcilil, Bill Rutherford, Paul Ryan, Kathleen Saddler, Joan Saettel, Harry Sanders, Sanders, Sanders, Sandlin, David john Richard Kathy Sandy, gary Satterfi ld, jack SOPHQMORES Wm W... W SOPHOMORES Savino, Don Schaefer, Rita Schaefer, Sue Schafer, John Schalnat, Cheryl Schaper, Barbara Schelling, Bonnie Schneider, Terry Schramm, Mark Schroeder, Kathy Schuler, Wayne Schumacher, Charles Scott, Margaret Scott, Vicki Scroggy, Mary Selby, Marvin Sentell, Jo Ann Severns, john Shadoan, Ann Shafer, Judith Shanes, Dianne Sharp, Jackie Shartle, john Shell, james Shirley, Stephanie Shockey, Marilyn Shoemaker, Sandra Shonk, Sherry Short, Margaret Shultheis, Carol Siddall, Judith Siegrist, Mel Siler, Linda Simovart, jim Simpson, Jinni Slaidins, Dainis Smiley, Leslie Smith, Carolyn Smith, Curtis Smith, Diane Smith, Jacquelyn Smith, Janet Smith, Jeff Smith, Joyce E. Smith, Joyce T. Smith, Rita Smith, Ronald Smith, Stephen Smith, Suzanne Sohl, Kathy Spaulding, Barbara Spence, Darold Spence, Harold Sperry, Tom Springer, DeeAnna Spurrier, Sharon Stachler, Mark Stanfield, Robert Stanton, Barbara Staton, Connie Staup, Leslie Stemple, Joyce Stephens, Joe Stepp, Floyd Stepp, Steve 5 2 E , L E 4 i 2 r 1 E Before the crowd arrives. the decorating committee adds the final touch for "Moonlight Madness." l Sterling, Drex Stertzbach, Cindy Stevens, William Stevens, Daniel Stevens, Marie Stevens, Sharon Stoughton, Richard Strasser, Carol Strausbaugh, Bobbie Strausbaugh, Harold Strausbaugh, Linda Stringer, Frances Strader, Richard Stromenger, Ralph Strong, Norma Stuckey, Sharon Stutz, Nanette Sullivan, Joyce Supensky, Anne Sutton, Larry Swearengen, Margie Sweet, Bob Taylor, Paula Taylor, Tom Temple, Gary Terry, Florence Thaman, Roger Thomas, Deanna Thomas, Gene Thomas, Sharon Thomas, Pamela Thompson, Glenn Thompson, Suzanne Thornton, Marianna Tippy, jerry Tomlin, James Traylor, Gwen Trebnik, Gail Trenary, Shirley Trenholm, Jan Trivette, Larry Turner, Cheryl Turner, Karen Turner, Metrisha Tussing, Cheryl Tuzzolino, Steve Uhrig, Joanna Umstead, Ken Uschold, Beverly Van, jim Venard, Dorothy Vetter, Timothy Vradelis, Athan Wagner, Shirley Walker, Doris Ward, Don Ward, Julie Warner, Carol Watson, Jim Wax, Janice Its lust like a woman to be un decided!" exclaims Phil Hyde while Marilyn King chooses her class ring Weaks, Melva Webber, Tom Weber, David Weber, Don Weber, Susan Weimer, Janie Weiss, Betty Weist, Margaret Welch, Bryant Welton, Ginny Wente, Patricia West, Charles West, Susie Westgerdes, joan Weyrauch, Marcia White, Sharon Whitmire, Amy Whitmore, Linda Whittles, Sandra Whyte, Midge Wick, Konnie Wick, Richard Wickens, Wayne Wieland, Kenneth Wiesmann, William Wilkins, Barbara Williams, Kenneth Willoughby, Sara Wilson, Carol Wilson, Susan The calm before the storm. Winchell, Marilyn Windsor, Dorothea Wittebort, Joyce Wolf, Ora Wolverton, Bill Wones, Jerry Woodley, Jennifer Woolf, Lauralyn Wright, Donna Wyatt, Ronnie Yates, Norval Yon, Paul Yoshimura, Mark Youmans, jeff Young, Carol Young, Dan Young, Dottie Young, james Yurkanin, Kathryn Zart, Robert Zeller, Donna Zimmer, Bob Zimmerman, Micha Zipf, William SOPHOMCRES el NOT PICTURED Brown, Arleen Hepner, Mary Hohenbrink, Jerry Jonas, Gail Krolick, jim Matlock, Carolyn Moreland, David Rice, Janet Scudder, Ted Sensenbaugh, Dennis Shelton, Robert South, Sandra Summers, Lynn Sykes, Harry Trimble, Sherley Viets, jim E ri I GOLDEN GLIMPSES OF ' QE W is W -Cx 'in Participating in school organizations is important to Fairmont students. ILI, it Dale Berry, Cheryl Keeney, Joyce Tanner, and Forrest Danson, Student to Council officers, set the example for all. ,g r-ij ' g,4ff,l E ,-2Q ..13,. .'..'i' fi CRGANIZATIONS Raw 1: L. to R.: F. Danson, Vice Presidentg C. Keeney, Secretary, D. Berry, President, J. Tanner, Treasurerg T. McCafferty. Row 2.' J. Toll, B. Hawn, K. Moritz, S. Kirk, M. King, G. Goode, A. Davis. S. Shoemaker. Row 3: J. Overholser, B. Foster, L. Allen, B. Logan, B. Corbnn, B. Tate, M. Manchester. Student Council guides fellow Fclirmontonians Representing an ever-increasing student body are twenty-one student elected council members. Of these, nine are seniors, six are juniorshand six are sophomores. Any problems that arise concerning the student body or school policy are ironed out as quickly and efficiently as possible. Very capably led by Dale Berry, president, the 1961-1962 stu- dent council took charge of homeroom representatives, under- class elections, homecoming activities, and an informal dance. Betty Ann Hawn and Larkin Allen, members of student council, talk over some student suggestions on the way to a council meeting. Discussing student government are the council officers, Forrest Danson, Vice President, Cheryl Keeney, Secretary, Joyce Tanner, Treasurer, Dale Berry, President. Row 1: L. 10 R: A. Hartzel, Treasurer, B. Corban, President, J. Freeman, Vice President, M. Westernian, Secretary, Row 2: P. Hill, K. Kuhbander, C. Hanson, J. Tanner, S. Ashby, A. Trenner, T. Jackson, M. Ambrosino, E. Blair, J. Bernat, D. Glascock. Row 3: N. Irwin, S. Gulick, S. Senft, K. Kiefaber, B. Hughes, L. Cooper, L. Herman, J. Clark, V. Overholser, R. Bellar, J. Thompson. Row 4-' M. Keene, E. Gow, L. Estes, S. Hall, T. Bay- less, L. Gump, S. Roush, L. Ringelspaugh, B. Gumm, K. Boles, J. Shalf. Row 5: S. Dorosky, T. Graves, G. Ankney, J. Horlacher, J. Colburn, D. Logan, S. Girton, J. Bowden, U. Seeler. Recognition given by National Honor Society C S L S are the letters on the pin worn by National Honor Society members. They stand for character, service, leadership, and scholarship. Any qualifying junior or senior who is "tapped" for Torch and Keystone, as Fairmont's chapter is known, must be more than just a scholar. He must be well-rounded socially, as well. There are three main meetings each year besides the induction of new members. These are a fall organizational meeting, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic. New members are chosen in the spring and "tapped" by present members during an im- pressive candle-lighting ceremony. Members chosen in 1962 will appear in the summer supplement. Mr. Charles Nolan is the adviser. Margo Westernuan, Secretary, john Freeman, Vice President, Bill Corban, President, and Abby Hartzel, Treasurer, are the T.K. officers. "This study session is getting us nowhere!" Ellen Gow tells other Torch and Keystone members, Toni jackson, joe Bowden, and Uwe Seeler. I49 Row 1: L. lo R,: D. Davis, E. Whiteside, B. Corban, Treasurer, B. Weist, Vice President, J. Shoemacher, President, S. Gulick, Secretary, T. Graves, Program Chairman, J. Finke, B. Rauch. Rau' 2: J. Shalf, P. Merz, S. Cox, G. Dieterle, P. Berdahl, T. Johnson, P. Shaw, J. Stemple, K. Lamrne, S. Baltrunat, V, Lloyd, B. Rubin, C. Brunsman. Row 3: G. Cannon, R. Windsor, D. Cavanagh, S. Kuenn, R. Kuhn, B. Walter, B. Horton, F. Stepp, R. Holzen, R. Hild, D. Kinkade, G. Kunz. Row 4: D. McTighe, N. Rosenquist, P. Robertson, L. Moore, R. Kindrick, D. Profitt, S. Meuche, D. Nees, G. Nixon, B. Deis, J. Holcomb, C. Beardsley. Curious scientifically? Science Club for you Broadening of the scientifically inclined students knowl- edge, through the aid of speakers and field trips, is the main purpose of Science Club. Further exploration into the individuals field of study is possible in the biology, chem- istry, and physics sections of the club. In these smaller groups, the student relies more upon himself to answer questions put before him. Highlights of the year's busy list of activities include the annual spring Science Fair for students in the area. Mr. Blackmore is the club's chief adviser. Discussing atomic structure or animal life? Officers are: Bill Weist, Vice President, Bill Corban, Treasurer, Jeff Shoemacher, Presidentg Sandra Gulick, Secretary, and Terry Graves, Program Chairman. Bottom, Row 1: L. zo R.: J. Boerner, L. Coulter, S. Burton, D. Shanes, D. Cadwell, B. Ogle, P. Scott, B. Brannen, R. Sillery. Row 2: S. Shonk, A. Common, R. Crawford, P. Rausch, E. Gow, J. Hemker, R. Purkey, J. Malone, J. Freeman, D. Schaffer. Row 3: T. Rader, G. Helser, B. Madden, P. C21lh0L1n. E. Hertz. U. 566162 D. Timm, D. LOEHH, C- NCl50H, J- King- Rau' 4: B. Zipf, B. Buchholz, R. Rowe, R. Kos, D. Knowlton, B. Nelson, J. Halderman, S. Girton, D. Calihan, K. Jamison. Boltom, Row 1: L. Z0 R.: P, Rausch, M. Hipple, P. Gorclley, G. Cannon, R. Hegele. T. Racler. J. Finke, C. Aultz. Row 2: T. DiSalvo, D. Schaefer, E. Lust, T. Cole. B. Drerup. R. Rose. B. Purkey, J. Freeman. Rau' 3: XX? Treat. U. Seeler. D. McTighe, R. Forthofer, B. Corban, J. Shoemachher, T. Graves. Row 4: M. Massie. L. Moore, P. Berclahl, J. Malone. D. Knowlton. C. Robinson. D, Logan. Row 5: T. Engle, H. Baumann, B. Weist, D. Calihan, T. johnson. Logic and Boolean Algebra discussed by Math Club To further interest in mathematics among high school students go beyond the subjects studied in the classroom, among these are is the main purpose of Math Club. Twice a month the members of Boolean algebra, logic, and topology. Members of the club work Math Club meet to discuss as a group, topics of mathematics that sample problems as a group. Mr. Tuttle is Math Club adviser. Cynthia Aultz and Pattye Rausch practice the fine points of slirle rule calcula- tion. john Finke, Bob Purkey, and Dick Cavanagh prove that three heacls are better than one as they solve this identity problem. Bozzom, Row 1: L. Zo R.: P. Krapf, Secretary, A. Bell, Presidentg D. Kissell, Vice President, P. Robertson, Treasurer. Row 2: j. Bilz, S. Thompson, V. Lloyd, S. Fledderjohn, K. Klim, K. Sohl, J. Stemple, M. Rish, J. Bach. Row 3: S. Bordwell, L. Hoffman, M. Guenthner, E. Law, L. Armitage, S. Coons, N. Newlin, J. Harner. Row 4: N. Rosenquist, M. Clarke, C. Palmer, S. Spurrier, V. Allen, C. Miller, K. Turner, C. Fox, P. Ross. Row 5: P. Pitcher, S. Meeker, M. Finigan, B. Buchman, M. Manchester, L. Somerwill, J. Millonig, R. Schneider, S. Marshall. Bottom, Row 1: L. to R.: S. Burton, K. Green, J. Clark, T. jackson, N. Thornton, S. Salyer, S. Gereson, L. Staup, M. Clarke, J. Heuser, K. Hames, S. Steltenkamp, B. Schellhase. Row 2: G. Freed, J. O'Neil, M. Blake, B. Emmott, D. Odom, P. Rausch, G. Hodgkinson, J. Fouke, J. Fenson, C. Nanni, K. Coburn, I. Argue, A. Common. Rau' 3: A. Hicks, -I. Bailey, B. Hannum, M. King, G. Goode, D. Kinkade, M. Rowland, G. Olt, C. Wal- ters, J. Simmerman, D. Atteberry, M. Westerrxwan, L. Coulter. Row 4: P. Peelle, C. Lambert, K. Golob, J. Smith, M. Constable, Madewell, C. Shaffer, B. Krug, D. Sones, L. Roark, S. Hoefling, D, Welle1', M. Resh. Rau' 5: C. Frame, C. Warner, C. Smith, B. Olszewski, K. Atkins, C. Hink- ley, S. Clark, C. Knott, E. Sturtevant, C. Snyder, C. Smith, D. Nash, M. Sturtevant, S. Torley. Botzom, Row 1: L. 10 R..' S. Free, K. Clute, K. Bachand, J. Huddleston, T. Lightsey, V. Rowland, J. Rittenhouse, L. Russell, S. Willoughby, D. Danson. Row 2: S. Brower, L. Smiley, J. Trenholm, A. Davis, S. Shonk, D. Rembold, S. Stuckey, K. Edwards, S. Senft, S. Wimer, V. Overholser. Row 3: B. Patterson, L. Deebel, J. Matheny, A. Bertschy, J. Geyer, B. Brannen, L. Brickman, L. Appenzeller, R. Martin, N. Irwin. Row 4: B. Wil- son, W. Everpole, E. Brooks, B. Trimble, R. Kindrick, T. Graves, J. Shoemacher, D. Logan, N. Rosenquist, C. Beard. French Club furfhers understanding of France To give its members a better understanding of French ' people and to have fun with the French language is the chief purpose of French Club. Often guests attend the meetings and give lectures about French people and their culture, in French of course! Movies are occa- sionally shown, and each class presents a skit at the Christmas-time celebration, "Night of Kings." Miss Warren is the adviser. French Club officers are: Phil Robertson, Treasurerg Doug Kissell Vice President, Alice Bell, President, Patty Krapf, Secretary. taryg Irene Saemann, Vice President. Students from Germany ioin German Club Enrichment of the student's understanding of German culture is a prime purpose of German Club. Speakers, often students who have visited or lived in Germany, tell of their experiences and share color Slides and Pamphlets with dub members- ski, Eberhardalmst, Claude Sacksteder, and Gerhard Weber Two highlights of the year are the Christmas party and the spring talk about life In Europe' song festival, Where students from schools in the Dayton area con- gregate for the singing of folk songs. Mr. Sehnier is the club's adviser. Row 1: L. to R.: H. Baumann, Secretary, S. Gulick, Presidentg I. Saemann, Vice President, J. Malone, Treasurer. Row 2: B. Nead, C. Brunsman, C. Aultz, P. Stemmler, P. Hurley, T. Vetter, C. Darnell, B. Shinn, B. McClanahan, W. Schnier, Adviser. Row 3: P. Weist, S. Ross, L. Waller, B. Hacker, M. Bradford, S. Cox, R, Penley, D. Fisher, T. johnson, P. Glass. Row 4: E. Lust, D. Schaffer, U. Seeler, C. Sacksteder, E. Bleck, G. Weber B. Madden, V. Krajewski, B. Weist, B. Konrad, D. Calihan. I Keeping their German pronunciation in top condition are the club's officers, Sandra Gulick, Presidentg Jerry Malone, Treasurer, Herwig Baumann, Secre- Club members who have lived in Germany, Volker Krajew- Row Z: L. zo R..' J. Zipf. Publicity Chairman, S. Ashby, Secretary, B. Rubin, Vice President, C. Robinson, -President, D. Donson, Treasurer, M. Stachler, Program Chairman. Row 2: S. Liston, M. Dolkowski, T. Sperry, K. Strickle, S. Russell, C. Stull, D. White, W. Hollis, P. Meyer. Row 3: M. Dimatteo, C. Collins, S. Darby, A. Anduze, M. Knapp, B. Goclown, K. Marlin, D. Herd. Row 4: R. Young, B. Ogle, N. Beasley L. Woolf, J. O'Neil, V. Miller, G. Hedges, B. Hughes, D. Koch, C. Clark. Row 5: S. Chartraw, B. Barr, P. Shaw, S. Wilkens, L. Drexler, C. Kuehner, J. LaRue, C. Cantrell, C. Gampher. Row 6: J. Hess, H, Spence, S. Pester, D. Moninger, W. Wickens, D. Hart, S. Himes, G. Trout, R. Pritchard. Row 7: P. Bryant, B. McSherry, R. Bauser, J. Roller, C. Lukens. iBuenos clias! greeting in Spanish Club Conversing in Spanish is a major part of Spanish Club. Throughout the year, programs are planned to increase knowl- edge of Spanish people, their customs, and traditions. People from Spanish-speaking countries lecture on their homelands, skits are produced by the members, and movies are shown. Acquiring a better understanding of the Spanish language as well as those who speak it is the main objective toward which the Spanish Club is aiming. Club adviser is Mr. R. Thompson. Planning their club's activities are: Mike Stachler, Program Chair- man, Barbara Rubin, Vice President, Charles Robinson, President, Diane Donson, Treasurer, Suzette Ashby, Secretary, Janis Zipf, Publicity Chairman. Boitom, Raw 1: L. to R.: J. Smith, P. Hill, M. Shockey, T. Scott, J. Weir, F. Riley, D. Eckhardt, D. Walters, H. Agenbroad, J. Himebaugh, J. Thompson, Adviser. Row 2: P. Brooks, K. McClellan, C. Reese, M. Brower, J. Siddall, T. Merz, J. Moore, K. Nicholson, F. Kreitzer, S. Jenkins. Raw 3: E. Whiteside, B. Dunn, J. Madison, S. Ramaley, K. Kuhbander, S. Kirk, J. Burgess, B. 'Weiss, J. Buschar, R. Clay. Row 4: C. Toomire, T. Ono, S. Kindrick, S, Sheaffer, C. Dils, M. Winchell, C. Clark, A. Hinkley, J. Fanning, T. Miller, D. Hoyer. Row 5: C. Lynch, L. Dissauer, P. Max- field, D. Pierce, B. Galloway, J. Quast, K. Hambrick, T. Dunson, T. Kindy, J. McClellan, D. Esselman, R. Bruns. ff, fam Row 1: L. I0 R.: C. Irvin, Social Chairman, G. Ning, Treasurerg J. Kalat, President, K. Boles, Vice Presidentg A. Davis, Secretaryg P. Langston, Program Chairman, S. Hola, Recreation Chairman. Row 2: S. Krause, J. Heikes, S. Hollister, N. Gibson, J. Woodley, P. Banks, S. Shoemaker, J. Ward, R. Formichella, S. Wilson, P. Landrum, G. Phillips. Row 3: S. Thomas, P. Kuntz, L. French, C. Engelhart, C. Whitfield, P. Harrison, P. Dugan, B. Grohaski, A. Hartzel, L. Cook, J. Heldenbrand. Row 4: M. Hartzel, V. Miller, S. Miles, C. Turner, K. Romkin, N. Linklater, K. Kem- per, R. Clark, M. Whyte, V. Couser, A. Erp, S. Hola, B. Hiller. Row 5: S. Smith, T. Meddock, B. Stevens, J. Ruckman, B. Hudson, D. Dykes, R. Windsor, T. Kevern, G. Strausbaugh, L, Finegold, L. Miller, D. Miller, D. Apple. Row 6: B. Myers, J. Smith, C. Tussing, P. Byrd, S. Smith, L. Beebe, K. Yurkanin. B. Gumm, B. Emmott, B. Logsdon, J. Oehrtman, B. Haber, D. Jordan. Latin Club offers skits, games, and banquet Neither Caesar nor Nero has anything on these modern "Romans" Skits, complete with costumes, are performed by different classes at each meeting after a brief business session. Mixer games provide both a challenge and a laugh as opposing teams try to guess the scrambled Latin words or give correct translations. Refreshments bring to a close each fun filled meeting. Latin Club is helping acquaint today's Latin students with early Roman customs and traditions. A fine example is the Roman Banquet in the Spring, when members dress as Romans and serve food similar to that eaten in Rome long ago. Club adviser is Miss Davis. Club officers are: Ann Davis, Secretary, Gilbert Ning, Treasurer, James Kalat, President, Kaye Boles, Vice President, Steve Hola, Recreation Chairman, Carol Irvin, Social Chairman. Absent: Peggy Langston. Row 1: Bolzom Row: B. Schaper, K. Reagan, D. Eltzroth, L. Heywood, B. Davis, S. Smith, J. Eltzroth, B. Cantrell, C. Betsch, G. Welton. Row 2: J. Ross, B. Ford, S. Whittles, L. Swigart, P. Swink, S. Sizer, D. Wright, J. Sullivan, S. Ruhly, S. Baltrunat. Row 3: B. Puckett, M. McKelvey, N. Mur- ray, C. Alspach, M. Russell, V. Scott, J. Lowder, B. Stanton, B. Rix, M. Corsaw, R. Wick. Row 4: G. Kunz, M. Ash, J. Adams, J. Nikides, K. Schroe- der, C. Baines, 1. Weimer, P. Scott, K. Lamme. Row 5: P. Pease, A. Murch, R. Freese, G. Temple, R. Batts, D. McGohan, P. Hyde, P. Manny, C. Downing, B. Goodrich. Bollom, Row 1: L. to R.: M. Maclntyre, V. Overholser, C. Hanson, S. Findlay, C. Hannah, S. Aultz, P. Peoples. Row 2.' M. Hipple, N. Schloeman, President, P. Glass, S. Proffit, S. Kirk, L. Jackson, D. Koch, J. jones. Raw 3: D. Woodward, J. Wise, Social Chairman, R. Windsor, D. Berry, C. Boise, B. Madden, B. Oosting, C. Davis. Row 4: S. Roush, D. Touchman, P. Berdahl, R. Barts, J. Schmidt, B. Mooney, T. Braun, B. Butt, D. Grotz, J. Horlacher. National Forensic League speech competition Formed to give practice in public speaking to high school students, the National Forensic League offers six areas of speech competition. These are: Girls' Extemporaneous, Boys' Extemporaneous, Original Oratory, Humorous Dec- lamation, Dramatic Declamation, and Oratorical Declama- tion. Membership in the National Forensic League must be earned. This is done by entering contests such as the Prince of Peace Contest or those in which students from many high schools throughout Ohio compete. Advisers for National Forensic League are Mr. Kuldau and Miss Funck. National Excellence in Speech Award is admired by NFL officers, Judy Wise, Social Chairman, Nancy Irwin, Secretary, Mike Hogan, Vice Presi- dent, Nancy Schloeman, President, Barbara Gumm, Treasurer. Batzom, Raw 1: L. zo R.: G. Wogaman, M. Couser, S. Smith, S. Ruhly, P. Klein, E. Law, B. Rauch, D. Eckhardt. Row 2: P. Rausch, D. Young, M. Whyte, K. Coburn, J. Housten, B. Stump, D. Odom, B. Stanton. Row 3: P. Doolan, M. Knapp, N. Linville, B. Godown, S. Forth, V. Lloyd, L. Woolf, C. Aultz, D. Vyszenski. Row 4: B. Couser, B. Corban, J. Chaney, B. Robeson, C. Cobb, C. Walters, J. Klitch, C. Frame, K. Sohl. ---........ ...WNMW-.why Bollom, Row 1: L. 10 R..' I. Saemann, B. Gumm, P, Shaw, L. Waller, J. Hess, J. Trenholm, S. Hinman, J. Northup, J. Madewell. Raw 2.' S. Girton, J. Shoemacher, L. Harzinski, M. Denlinger, S. Meuche, T. Graves, B. Hildebrand, M. Finigan, D. Miller, J. Freeman, R. White. Federal aid to education '61-'62 Debate topic Resolved: That the Federal Government Should Equalize Educational Opportunity in the Public Schools by Means of Grants to the States was the topic debated at meets throughout the school year held in different area high schools. Each successful Fairmont debate team con- sisted of four people, two debating the affirmative side of the issue and two the negative side. At debates sponsored by the National Foren- sic League and the Ohio High School Speech League three contests are held a day. Debaters are enthusiastic about their topic and, whether giving the affirmative or negative side of the question, speak with authority. Steve Meuche uses a gesture to get across a point as he gives a speech for the negative side of the debate. Debaters must keep a file of all information pertinent to their topic as shown by Bev Rauch. Anita Trenner, editor of the Dragon, compares sizes between the new collegiate size annual and the regular size annual. Biggest and best" describe this book of golden To prepare the biggest and best Dmgozz ever was the goal of the 1962 yearbook staff. Worlq on the '62 yearbook began in June 1961 as staff members attended a workshop at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Throughout the summer, the advertising cam- paign was in full swing with the result of selling a record S5000 in ads. Scheduling pictures, writing copy, and meeting deadlines became commonplace with staff members as each eye-catching page of this year's annual went to press. Many hours of hard work paid off as proof pages and finally the yearbook itself arrived from the printers in Texas. Under the advisership of Mrs. jane Nolan and Mr. Kenneth Huffman, the 1962 staff presents a book to be enjoyed by all. Louise Estes, organizations editorg Judy Wise, faculty editorg and Stan Kuenn, Bob Purkey and john Finke, sports editors, choose pictures and make clever layouts. Members of the business staff proudly note that the 55,000 advertising goal was reached, Kandy Kiefaber, index ed- itorg Linda Burger, academic editor, Carol Randolph, patron manugerg Donna Beasley, photo salesg Nancy Perry. photo scheduler: and Judy Denny, secretary: mark up an- other sale. ,lainie Creager. advertising manager, Laura Lovins. husiness mane tiger, and Mr. Kenneth Huffman. business adviser. estimate the total cost of the yearbook, emories produced by 1962 Mrs, Jane Nolan, adviser, and Ellen Blair. co-editor, scan the "dummy" and dream of the finished product. DRAGON STAFF Betsy Smith, beauty section editor, Nancy Irwin. activities editor, Mary Clarke, art editor, and Sally Roush, copy editor, collaborate on captions for pictures for the Dzvzgozz. Picture identification is an essential part of the class sections. Editors are Karen Lantz, sophomore section, Carolyn Battenberg, senior section, Becky Thompson, junior section, and Sherry Kaufman, head section editor. I59 Page editors check copy and layouts very carefully. Sue Haber, Mike Hogan, Suzette Ashby, Gordie Ankney, and Ceci Cobb perform this task. 1961-62 Dragon Tales Staff expands Ceci Cobb, business manager, and Leslie Drexler. circulation and exchange manager, glance over papers from other schools. John Kibler, Roger Bitzer, and Bob Zinn serve as volunteer photographers for the newspaper, They must keep equipment in good condition at all times. For the latest in fads, fashions, or the most up-to-date sports information, buy the most recent copy of Dmgozz Tnlar. Clear, accurate reporting is shown in the interview columns and in- formative editorials. As Fairmontls campus grows, so does the school newspaper, expanding from four to six pages the second semester. Under the advisership of Mrs. Ann Adman, and with knowledge gained from Workshops such as that held at Ohio University, the staff is well prepared in September to begin production of a high quality publication. z 'ffNi'PLE2YEE1'51- s umzow, me, Lourene Dellinger serves well as editor-in-chief and I can look with pride at each edition of Dragon Taler. newspaper to six page publication Faith Riley, advertising manager, and Mrs. Adman, adviser, make sure all names of advertisers are correctly spelled. l Claudia Brust, business manager, and Carlisle Bean, Leslie Drexler, Bonnie Albright, Kathy Hollis, Jeannine Case, and Shari Sheaffer, reporters, produce interesting and thought-provoking news items to be read by students and faculty, alike. Boltom, Row 1: L. to R.: S. Chakrian, K. Bachand, M. Clark, V. Rowland, E. Headrick, J. Rittenhouse, D. Sones. Row 2: P. Harrison, K. Sohl, L. Russell, A. Hartzel, M. Hartzel, C. Snyder, B. Puckett. Row 3: B. Kinnard, M. Weisman, L. Cooper, C. Brust, S. Hola, W. Langeman, C. Fed- erle. Row 4: J. Kalat, G. Close, T. Cole, T. Graves, M. Finigan, R. Kindrick, J. Millard. Wise Fools review books, discuss drama Dramatizing 21 part from Cymno de Bergerac is Stephanie Hola. Two of the charter members of the club remember some of the first meet- ings. They are Lorrie Cooper and Terry Graves. Friendly, informal, eager for discussion and debate might best describe the members of the Wise Fools' Club. Everyone is Welcome to join in on discussions ofpolitics, religion, novels, plays, or poetry. This year the club discussed, among other Works of literature, the play, Cymno de Bergemr by Rostand. Guest speakers from the Fair- mon faculty, nearby colleges, and other prominent people in our area often come and talk to the club members. Rabbi Weizenbaum was 9-ITIOI1g fhe 17CCCHf g11C'St SP621kCf5- Club adviser is Mrs. Hoffman. Raw 1.' L. to R..' A. Bell, P. Rausch, N. Schloeman, P. Doolan, M. Hogan, President, B. Gumm, Vice President, T. Graves, Treasurer, V. Over- holser, J. Shoemacher, M. Clarke, M. Westerman, Secretary, N. Irwin. Row 2: S. Liston, D. Eckhardt, L. Staup, L. Swigeart, D. Eltzroth, S. Findlay, M. Maclntyre, J. Rittenhouse, T. Raines, B. Rubin, M. Resh, A. Common, P. Ross, N. Rosenquist, D. Weller, P. Workman, B. Kinnard. Row 31 P. Phillips, J. Bernat, D. Pester, J. Clark, J. Tanner, D. Atteberry, D. Espy, C. Crooke, B. Smith, M. Silas, C. Clark, C. Cantrell, J. Hess, D. Wright, A. Walker. Row 4: J. Wise, S. Hola, L. Torley, S. Coz, K. Kiefaber, B. Patterson, C. Taylor, L. Waller, M. Weisman, J. Finke, B. Drake, D. Timm, E. Lust, R. Windsor, G. Franklin. Row 5: T. Greer, B. Corban, S. Girton, C. Marshall, R. Hilcl, P. Calhoun, R. Evans, D. Evans, D. Moline, B. Buchholz, D. Schaffer, K. Jamison, B. Smith, B. Couser, B. Butt. "A new look at Europe" JCOWA theme Junior Council on World Affairs meets monthly to dis- cuss Europe as it is today. Speakers and slides are used to add interest to the meetings. Hardey Lust, a German ex- change student, spoke to the club about Germany and Austria. A film about Austria was shown, also. Discussion groups are formed on such topics as the recent Hungarian revolt and the outcome if the U.S. had stepped in. To promote peace, to be tolerant of other nations, races, and creeds, to help create an informed public opinion, and to interest students in current affairs is the four-fold purpose of JCOWA. Advisers are: Mrs. Mc- Millan, Mr. Janes, and Mr. H. Brown. Talking over modern Europe are JCOWA officers: Steve Meuche, Sergeant at Armsg Margo Westerman, Secretary, Terry Graves, Treasurer, Barbara Gumm, Vice President, and Mike Hogan, President. Bottom, Row 1: L. zo R..' R. Janes, sponsor, K. Green, K. Knupp, E. Law, S. Gereson, P. Gray, K. Moritz, S. Ashby, E. Headrick, K. Bachand, V. Rowland, N. Pobst, E. Whiteside, E. McMillan, sponsor. Row 2: C. Walters, S. Aultz, L. Jackson, C. Theiss, D. Espy, C. Plumb, L. Trenary, A. Hartzel, N. Perry, S. Shonk, J. Zell, B. Stapleton, S. Bordwell. Raw 5: G. Gampher, S. Miller, S. Kirk, L. Ringelspaugh, S. Sea, J. Hudson, J. Creager, J. Madison, C. Frame, B. Hughes, J. Hemker. Row 4: M. Twohig, P. Pennington, I. Saemann, V. Snively, P. Langston, K. Boles, B. Godown, E. Wurts, K. Delaney, R. Purkey, C. Skinner, G. Keller. Row 5: D. Esselman, M. Little, T. Mountz, R. Forthofer, B. Mooney, S. Meuche, J. Schmidt, D. McKenzie, K. Mosier, T. Cyester, K. Nicholson, D. Limbert, P. Dodd, R. Kindrick. .... Youth for Christ officers are Veda Rowland, Secretary-Treasurer: Ron El- lington, President, and Gayle Hedges, Vice President. Absent: Dave Osborn, Quiz Team Captain. Youfh For Christ offers fun cmcl fellowship Carl McFarland, Betsy Fox, Doris Walker, and Dan Stevens sign in at one of the after school meetings. Every Youth for Christ meeting is different and interest- ing. Choruses are sung and announcements are given con- cerning future attractions at the Dayton Christian Activity Center. Meetings are held at the center every Saturday night when all Dayton area YFC groups meet for songs, movies, and inspirational talks. Bible quizes are held there in which Fairmont's YFC participates. YFC Teen Olympics is a big feature each year. Meetings are held every other Tuesday during the school year. The club was fortunate in having Johnny Wheeler, Dayton area YFC director, give a talk at a fall meeting. Other speakers 'included ministers from the area and a representative of the Church Federation of Greater Dayton. Mr. Couser is the club adviser. Row 1: L. to R.: V. Rowland, Secretary-Treasurer, R. Ellington, President, G. Hedges, Vice President, D. Osborn, Quiz Team Captain. Row 2: M. Osborn, S. Keener, D. Walker, B. Fox, S. Hoyer, B. Heller, E. Couser, adviser. Row 3-' D. Stevens, J. Lowder, S. Badger, L. Ayres, L. Estes, P. Bell, S. Trimble, K. Schroeder, J. Blair. Dave Herd invites his friends to par- ticipate in JA. "New industry" Junior Achievement theme Officers are, rifzrzding: LeRoy Coulter, President, Bonita Wright, Secretary- Treasurer, tilting: Ellen Mcrew, Social-Publicity Chairman, Ellen Law Vice President. junior Achievement meets at Fairmont to give students a chance to discuss their ideas of business. j.A.'s main office is downtown, but it has members all over the area. The purpose this year is to join with the community in helping to bring industry to the city. Regular meetings are supplemented by speakers and field trips. This year members visited McCalls Corp., and WHIO. junior Achievement Club's emphasis is placed on tours of busi- ness firms and guest speakers from business and industry. Mrs. Worman and Mrs. Ellwanger are the Junior Achieve- ment advisers. Row 1: B. Wright, Secretary-Treasurer, E. Law, Vice President, L. Coulter, President, E. Megrew, Publicity-Social Chairman. Row 2: Mrs. Ellwanger, adviser, S. Sikes, C. Wells, A. Whitmire, J. Kuster, M. Hipple, B. Henry, S. Williams, D. Herd, D, Blair, Mrs. Worman, Adviser. Row 3: B. Kin- nard, B. Moren, J. Wells, E. Ward, R. Hewitt, R. Young, L. Deebel, D. Wfood, J. Mulvaney. Row 4: C. Palmer, A. Bell, V. Miller, P. Maxfieldh A. Schaaf, I. Vollman, B. Stahl, C. Frame, M. Clarke, Row 5: D. Orf, P. johnson, P. Price, C. Bailey, S. Smith, D. Jordan, T. Stuck, C. Lukem, D. Gilmore. Raw 1: L. to R..' B. Nead, Secretary, L. Barth, President, M. Perkins, Vice President, M, Melin, Treasurer. Row 2: S. Leiter, B. Emmott, C. Richard- son, K. Coburn, C. Wells, B. George, J. Detrick, P. Swink, J. Hyre, S. Arnold. Row 3: J. Rinehart, J. Allen, S. Spurrier, L. Brothers, H. Kette- man, S. Sherman, V. Wolfe, S. Christy, M. Westerman, T. johnson. Row 4: C. Palmer, C. Schleinitz, K. Moody, E. Norris, R. Young, M. Oishi, P. Hagedon, V. Greimann, L. Hoffman, D. Matthews. Raw 5: R. Sillery, L. Gottschall, C. Shultheis, J. Mulvaney, J. Hemker, T. Langdon, B. Carl- ton, T. Goodrich, N. Shawver, M. Weisman. Obiectives of Future Nurses: medical careers A desire to help those less fortunate is a trait of those in Future Nurses Club. Information and experience are gained by those who serve as volunteers in nearby hospitals. During the year trips are taken to different nursing schools and members attend teas at Dayton schools of nursing. Speakers from local hospitals attend meetings, talking about new medical procedures, and describing the training courses necessary to attain different occupations in the field of medicine. Margie Perkins, Vice President, Linda Barth, President, and Barbara Nead, Secretary display the club gavel. Ab- sent was Madeline Melin, Treasurer. Bofzom, Row 1: L. 20 R.: S. Fadely, P. Bainter, P. Detter, J. Harshman, S. White, V. Engleman, J. Litsey, J. Miller, B. Fox, J. Houston. Row 2: J. Krohn, P. Hurley, C. Ellis, V. Ribas, N. Whitesell, P. Workman, A. Leach, S. Stuckey, S. Baltrunat, M. Couser. Row 3: V. Mercs, T. Ono, T. Clarkson, D. Anderson, B. Krug, B. Swartzel, J. Hurley, C. Miller, J. Huff. Row 4: S..Griesmeyer, G. Dieterle, L. Ringelspaugh, C. Lee, S. Van- derWiel, J. Northup, J. Klitch, M. Heath. Raw 5. D. Wood, S. Broedling, A. Murch, K. Turner, P. O'Brien, G. Hirth, N. Beasley, D. Kling. am Bolzom, Row 1: T. Parker, B. Littell, Social Chairman, J. Dinwiddie, Treasurer, J. Wise, Vice President, L. Russell, President, D. Walters Secre- taryg S. Haber, Corresponding Secretary, C. Lynch, Historian, R. Iiams. Row 2: S. Liston, M. Keister, S. Free, T. Jackson, M. Dolkowski, P. Helmet, R. Formichella, M. Rish, J. Ross, C. Goebel. Row 3: P. Harrison, E. Headrick, D. Sones, K. Edwards, N. Dicke, G. Freed, R. Heffner, L. Roark, D. Lindsey, S. Brunner. Row 4: C. Criss, S. Wimer, L. Gump, L. Cook, M. Lauderback, P. Peelle, S. Hola, M. Keene, B. Emmott, S. Clark. Row 5: S. Sizer, A. Lehman, N. Newlin, E. Wurts, C. Crauder, C. Bowden, P. Pease, L. Strausbaugh, P. Pitcher, S. Meeker, A. Lageman. Future Teachers desire to help educate others Officers are: Judy Dinwiddie, Treasurer, Linda Russell, Presidentg Barbara Littell, Social Chairman, Cathy Lynch, Historian, Judy Wise, Vice President, Susan Haber, Corresponding Secretary, Donna Walters, Secretary. A very active club on Fairmont's campus is Future Teachers'. Many projects and activities, 'giving those interested in becoming the educators of tomorrow first-hand teaching experience, are under- taken during the year. One day of the year, called senior day, senior members get to sit in for a day with elementary and junior high teachers, and then, at the spring picnic, these seniors tell of their experiences with teaching. This year "Play School" was held, where senior members prepare regular elementary lessons and "teach', the sophomore and junior members. In co-operation with the PTA, this club sponsors the annual "College Beckons" night. This year, the teaching of the blind was explained in a lecture by a visiting teacher who works in this field. At the Christmas party an inspirational talk was given by a local minister. The club advisers are: Miss Warren, Miss Rea, Mr. Schnarre, and Mr. Smith. Bottom, Row 1: L. lo R.: S. Fadely, P. Hill, J. Yost, S. Nishimura, D. Eltzroth, T. Raines, C. Whitfield, K. Hames, B. Weiss, J. Clark. Raw 2: I. Saemann, J. Rittenhouse, J. Ward, J. Bach, B. Haber, B. Grohaski, A. Bell, N. Rosenquist, K. Rankin, A. Hartzel. Row 3: L. Whitehead, S. Aultz, J. Kirchner, S. Rausenberg, S. Jackson, L. Drexler, E. Gow, S. Dorosky, P. Boyles, E. Norris. Raw 4: B. Ono, M. Zotter, D. Donson, B. Oosting, J. Hess, L. Waller, S. Denges, R. Bellar, P. French, C. Tussing. FBLA officers, john Flynn, Treasurer, Elaine Brewster, Vice President Roberta Bellar, President, Carol Randolph, Secretary, and Dick Smith, Reporter admire a few of the club's trophies. Row 1: L. to R.: 1. Flynn, Treasurer, R. Bellar, President, E. Brewster, Vice President, C. Randloph, Secretary, D. Smith, Reporter. Row 2: L. Mc- Kinley, adviserg J. Nolan, adviser, S. Powell, S. Sikes, K. Howe, J. Litsey, G. Dagley, J. Denney, B. Kelly, V. Chevalier, A. Brechlin, K. Mesarvey E. Gallagher, adviser. Raw 3: D. Orf, B. Stahl, C. Schimer, J. Reynolds, J. Barker, D. Ayres, L. Duncan, V. Rutherford, S. Minnish, E. Blair, B Dailey, B. Holland, T. Borchers, Mr. Lower, adviser. Row 4: N. Collins, C. Battenberg, C. Armacost, C. Peyton, S. Miller, D. Vyszenski, J. Spitler P. Vickers, L. Hack, S. Niedhamer, C. Bellar, D. Blair, W. Meadows. Row 5: R. Luken, J. Osman, C. Baird, A, Ellis, S. Hoyer, D. Marchio, L Armitage, L. Burger, -I. Keirn, T. Bayless, L. Gottschall, D. Thomas, P. Reed, T. Guth. Changing business world ahead for FBLA Ll0'ne Efewslrr To further interest in the business world and to develop competent, efficient business men and women are pur- poses of the Future Business Leaders of America. These things are done by having speakers from business organi- zations and films about businessoccupations at the meetings held twice monthly. Fairmont's chapter of FBLA partici- pates in the state convention in February and the national convention in june. Roberta Bellar, FBLA chapter presi- dent, was elected at last year's state convention to serve as 1961-1962 state FBLA president. Milli? S-Zifiigfff FBLA sponsored a dance after the first basketball game, had a Christmas party and held a party for the seniors in the spring. Club advisers are: Miss Gallagher, Mrs. Nolan, Carol Bellar and Sherrie Niedhamer campaign for Elaine Brewster for Mr. Lower andMr'MCKin1ey. state secretary of FBLA. 7 1 i Bottom, Row 1: L. to R.: S. Kohl, J. Northup, Secretary, P. Schoepfle, Secretary, P. Biersack, Treasurer, J. Abrams, Treasurer, Sandi Wimer, Sec- retary, D. Agnor, Chairman. Row 2: B. Holland, C. Hines, L. Hack, S. jackson, J. Huff, B. Estes, S. Hoyer, C. Baxley. Row 3: L. Owens, D. Touchman, P. Ross, I. Smalley, L. Corwin, M. Dean, S. Minnish, G. Longstreath. Row 4: M. Blair, L. Staup, S. Palmer, H. Peeno, D. Martin, B Hoilman, D. Phillips, K. Bender. Future Homemcrkers Future Homemakers of America prepare for coming re- sponsibilities as they learn the best and most time-saving methods of running a modern home. Membership is open to those in home economics classes. Meetings are held peri- odically on class time and the respective class officers pre- side. Each class has a secretary and treasurer. These home- makers of tomorrow undertake such projects as fixing church suppers for nearby churches. These opportunities allow the members to put into practice the many practical cooking and serving techniques learned both in classes and at club meetings. The club adviser is Miss Vogelsang. get preach cal experience Getting the laundry the "whitest white possible" are Patty Biersack and Patti Schoepfle. Bottom, Row 1: L. zo R.: K. Estes, K. Roepken, S. Krause, M. Short, J. Buzzard, D. Brown. Row 2: J. Goldberg, C. Clinehens, D. Travis, J. Green, M. Melin, J. Clark, L. Harmon. Row 3: D. Caudill, J. Dempsey, C. Beverly, K. Moody, V. Mercs, K. Ebert, J. Osman, G. Wefler. Row 4: M. Stevens, K. Matonis, S. Griesmeyer, S. Barton, J. Ossege, S. Hall, B. Weaver, M. Lawson. Bazzom, Razz' 1: L. zo R.: C. Robinson, Treasurerg J. Kibler, Vice President: N. Kern, President. Raw 2: J. Nixon, S. Pierce, B. Forth, Mr. Graham, adviser. Rauf 3: I. Smith, B. Horton, S. Marshall, D. Harwood. David Harwood and Bill Horton put into practice some of the facts of photography they have learned at the club meetings. Melva Weaks. Secretary: Cheryl Robinson, Treasurerg and John Kibler, Vice Presidentg look on as Norman Kern, President. inspects a new camera. Photography Club aims for better pictures Membersof Photography Club are engaged in learning about all phases of picture taking, setting up and getting clear, sharp, interesting pictures, operating complicated equipment, and developing their own pictures. This club meets every two weeks and presents -slides or movies and programs from the Eastman Kodak Company. The Club adviser is Mr. Wylie Graham. l 1 4 W Row 1: L. lo R.: Mr. Roberts, aclviserg D, Bodeni, J. Shalt, L. Coulter, J. Brunsnian, Vice Presidentg M. Virelli, M. Selby. Row 2: P. 1-lasting, B. Weist, T. johnson, D. Esselman, M. Little, K. Jamison, C. Flavin. . Field trips highlight Electronics Club Electronics Club's main purpose is to increase interest and understanding of electricity and its effect on everyday life. To achieve this, the club has guest speakers at its meet- ings and takes field trips such as the one to Gentile Air Force Depot to tour the maintenance and repair division. Electronics Club adviser is Mr. Roberts. i Bill Weist, Jonal Brooks. Tim Johnson, Doug Bodem, Paul Hasting, and Leroy Coulter check an electric circuit with an oscilloscope. Electronics Club was led through the 1961-1962 school year by Dave Witt Presidentg Joyce Steinple, Secretary-Treasurerg and john Brunsman, Vice Presi dent, Members of the GAA Board talk to their consultant Mrs. Rees. These members are Susie Aultz, Suzie Vogt, and Barb Stapleton. Lefz to rigbl: Suzie Vogt, Barb Stapleton, Linda Ringelspaugh, President, Cheryl Keeney, Susie Aultz. Girls' Athletic Association Board is cl success Linda Ringelspaugh and Cheryl Keeney check equipment, one of their many jobs. Having over five hundred members, the Girls' Athletic As- sociation cannot have functional club meetings. Therefore, of- ficers ,such as secretary, program chairman, and vice president, were only figureheads. It was decided to convert to a president and board of directors, and the cess. The board consists of two president is a senior. The board Keeping GAA point records change has been a huge suc- juniors and two seniors. The consultant is Mrs. Rees. accurate, serving refreshments at interscholastic girls' sports events, and taking charge of intramurals are responsibilities of the board. In December, the club met in the auditorium for a full length movie. It also sponsored a semi-formal dance in January. Letters, pins, and trophies are awarded at the GAA banquet in the spring to those qualifying under GAA rules. Row 1: S. Shonk, J. Holcomb, Program Chairmang J. Finke, Treasurerg R. Rose, Chairman of Gamesg W. Meadows, M. Corsaw. Row 2: R. Purkey Sec retaryg Ry Moreland, C. Bean, Vice Presidentg R. Forthofer, Chairman of Gamesg J. Freeman, President. Checkmclte! cry enthusiastic Chess Clubbers A competitive spirit prevails at Chess Club meet- ings as the members challenge each other to games of chess. The club meets twice monthly with the assistance of Mr. Sims, the club adviser. As they play chess, records of wins and losses are keptg the four or five members with the best records compose Fairmont's interscholastic chess team. The mem- bers say chess club is primarily for fun, although the game requires much concentrated thought. Trying to outsmart their opponents, the players find chess a stimulating game. Chess enthusiasts are led by john Finke, Vice Presidentg Ed Hertz, Presidentg Bob Purkey, Treasurerg and john Freeman, Secretary. As Ronnie Forthofer contemplates a move, Ron Rose tries to confuse him. Ballom, Row 1: L. zo R.: R. Kindell, R. Chalecki, G. Franklin, J. Creager, Sgt. at Arms, F. Riley, Sgt. at Arms, J. Fenton, Treasurer, J. Richards, President, J. Toll, Secretary, T. McCafferty, Vice President, H. Baumann, D. Sauer, J. Colburn, P. Calhoun, D. Robison. Row 2: P. Workman, J. Penquite, D. Wfatson, J. Schadle, C. Palmer, C. Schleinitz, B. Logan, T. Eichenlaub, D. Ervin, L. Patrick, C. Skinner, J. Thompson, R. Hetzler, B. Reinicke, D. Lobo, J. Wilkins. Row 3: C. Lynch, C. Stull, C. Davis, D. Odom, S. Steltenkamp, S. Sea, D. W-oodward, B. Brannen, C. Knott, J. Fitzpatrick, D. McTighe, P. Robertson, L. Moore, K. Johnson. Row 4: D. Thomas, B. Schellhase, D. Eckhardt, L. Hoover, L. Burger, V. Snively, L. Tritch, K. Gilbert, J. Tanner, J. Smith, C. Crauder, E. Law, C. Walters. Row 5: R. Aleshire, G. Hodgkinson, S. Hollister, E. Bearzy, P. Banks, K. Dybvig, V. Miller, D. Nash, C. Battenberg, B. Smith, S. Kaufman, N. Perry, M. Clarke, D. Wright. Row 6: K. Golob, S. Hambright, M. Row- land, K. Moritz, L. French, M. Ash, K. Crassley, J. Foucke, J. Rader, B. Ogle, M. Clarke, S. Jackson, D. Brenner, D. Freeders. Row 7: C. Lambert, L. Staup, B. Emmott, M. Russell, D. Coughlin, K. Atkins, S. Russell, C. Reese, C. Schalnat, S. Whittles, G. Phillips, S. Davis, J. Smith, J. Heikes. Row 6: J. Bailey, N. Thornton, S. Salyer, P. Scott, B. Stanton, L. Woolf, V. Moore, M. Keister, S. Nishimura, M. Dolkowski, J. West, M. Mac- Intyre, S. Fledderjohn, D. Kissell. Row 9: S. Willoughby, P. Bainter, B. Thompson, J. Moorhead, C. McAfee, M. Weaks, G. Kunz, J. Hudson, S. Hoel, L. Staup, C. Young, J. Ridenour, H. Linard, J. Readey. Pep Club participants bolster school spirit School spirited students joined Pep Club so they could share their enthusiasm and root the fighting Fairmont A ' .I X Dragons on to victory in all phases of sports. Their many activities included painting pep signs to hang in the 5 "" 'it I ' ' halls, teaching new cheers to those at the meetings, spon- i soring contests such as seeing which homeroomeclass wore the greatest percentage of purple and white, and naming as many athletes as possible from silhouettes. Movies of previous games were shown at meetings. Traditional Fairmont spirit reached its height' during . Troy week, and tournament play. Those participating can now look back with' many happy memories to the support Pep Club officers are: Judy Toll, Secretary, Teryl McCafferty, Vice Presi- they gave to Fairmont sports' dent, Jill Richards, President, Faith Riley, Sergeant at Arms, Janie Creager, Sergeant at Arms. Bolzom, Row 1: L. 10 R.: S. Whitacre, B. Jacobs, J. Weir, C. Smith, C. Peyton, N. Steffen, J. O'Neil, J. Faber, L. Coatney, N. Strong, C. Lee, C. Armacost, K. Kemper, R. Puterbaugh. Row 2: C. Buchman, S. Thompson, A. Murch, P. Pease, S. Free, N. Gibson, S. Brower, N. Geske, J. Shafer, C. Irvin, N. Linklater, M. King, C. Cantrell, C. Theiss. Row 3: B. Kratzer, S. Miller, G. Gebhart, B. Stump, S. Ramaley, J. Simmerman, S. Kirk, I. Argue, L. Deebel, V. Allen, N. Kidd, G. Kryznarich, B. Stapleton, S. Bordwell. Row 4: K. Boles, L. Corwin, M. Dean, P. Weist, C. Turner, J. Geyer, G. Goode, M. Whyte, G. Freed, S. Burton, S. Findlay, J. Keirn, G. Dagley, D. Young. Row 5: P. Hyde, S. Hola, A. Anderson, P. Dodd, S. Hoefling, B. Hannum, L. Smiley, D. Springer, G. Stephens, K. Reagan, S. Thomas, J. Whittles, J. Burgess, C. Gampher. Row 6.' K. Lantz, K. Kiefaber, L. Albaugh, C. Plumb, P. Robinson, D. Fisher, D. Vyszenski, B. Hawn, P. Knox, L. Cook, D. Donson, J. Zipf, A. Hinkley. Row 7.' L. Estes, A. Trenner, L. Lovins. Bottom, Row 1: L. to R.: J. Thompson, P. Dodd, F. Danson, M. Manchester, M. Myers, C. Osman, G. Ankney, D. Schwartz, D. Ervin. Raw 2.' C McAfee, J. Horlacher, M. Anthony, D. Geisel, D. Hoefling, J. Zimmer, C. Nelson, D. Epard, T. Whipp. Row 3: D. Huehnel, K. Heikes, S. Hoel T. Eichenlaub, D. Edwards, T. Mountz, C. Campbell, C. Skinner, J. Palmer. Row 4: J. Oxley, J. Colburn, G. Keller, D. Bauer, H. Baumann, B Logan, L. Patrick, R. Chalecki, J. Bogan, D. Lawrence. Fairmont Ieftermen belong to Varsity "F" Club Varsity membership is open to any boy who earns a varsity letter in football, cross-country, basketball, wrestling, track, tennis, baseball, or golf. Participation in-varsity contests is the basis for judging who is to receive a letter. Members may wear the purple and white jacket with a letter. The boys earn money by selling programs at the games and by sponsoring other money-making projects. The club is advised by Mr. Paul Wagner. Displaying the pride and admiration of those who earn their varsity letter are Chuck Skinner and Don Lawrence. Bolzom, Row 1: L. I0 R.: M. Maeder, G. Gantz, D. Lobo, T. Darby, D. Schaefer. Row 2: P. Fensel, D. Fisher, C. Withrow, B. Robeson, B. Reinicke, D. Robison. Row 3: D. Anthony, R. Evans, V. Krajewski, J. Anthony, J. Flatter, D. Moline. Botlom, Row Z: L. to R.: T. Wenz, Program Chairman, C. Plumb, Secretary, P. Biersack, President, B. Gumm, Vice President, K. Delaney, Treasurer K. Safreed, InterAClub Council. Raw 2: Mrs. Horner, Adviser, S, Keener, M. Turner, J. Burnison, F. Brust, K. McClellan, N. Steffen, J. Reynolds, V. Lloyd, S. Sizer. Row 3: C. Hunter, V. Mayo, D, Miller, J. jones, J. Andrews, B. Heller, S. Eledderjohn, L. Whitehead, J. Adams, L. Estes, C. Lindsey. Row 4. A. Davis, J. Huff, S. Badger, J. Jones, S. Shaver, B. Emmott, M. Zotter, P. Taylor, J. Detrick, K. Boles. East Y-Teens presented program about Iran un East Y-Teens officers, Cheryl Plumb, Secretary, Karen Delaney, Treas- urer, Pat Biersaclc, President, Terri Wenz, Program Chairmang Bar- bara Gumm, Vice President: and Karen Safreed, Inter-Club Council Representative: promoted interest in their organization. Sue Badger and Sandi Sizer begin work on a poster to publicize the club-sponsored dance held in january. Responsibility for the November and February meetings was delegated to East Y-Teens. A study of Iran was presented in November, complete with a foreign exchange student from Iran. With the other units, East participated in selling mums for homecoming, sponsored a mixer dance after the Greenville basketball game, and sent baby chickens to Pakistan for twen- ty-five cents apiece. Advisers for East Y-Teens are Mrs. Mc- Mahan and Mrs. Homer. 1 Bolzom, Row 1: L. lo R.: S. Coons, Program Chairmang S. Findlay, Treasurer, P. Ross, Presidentg S. Wilkens, Vice Presidentg S. Hall, Secretary, S. Ross, Inter-Club Council Representative. Row 2: S. Liston, P, Hill, E, Megrew, S. Chartraw, B. Wright, S. Steltenkamp, C. Palmer, N. Nicoll, M. Zotter. Row 3: N. Perry, P. Robinson, S. Wimer, C. Baines, S. Stolzenberger, S. Niedhamer, P. Boyles, C. Schleinitz, E. Wurts. ' entrcll Y-Teens help in "big sister" program Busy Central Y-Teeners sponsored a family for Thanksgiv- ing this year, decorated trees at Christmas time, and partici- pated in an "International Christmas" which was the club Christmas party. December and March meetings were the responsibility of the Central Y-Teens. With the other units, Central took part in the "big sister" program, and helped send 110 baby chicks to Pakistan. Central Y-Teens also had a joint meeting with Theta Hi-Y. Advisers for Central Y- Teens are Mrs. Houttuin and Mrs. Hill. Liz Wurts, Suzanne Chartraw, Sherrie Niedhamer, and Bonita Wright discuss the "Dragon Tromp," the dance sponsored by Fairmont Y-Teens, while admiring a special decoration. Central Y-Teens looked to Susie Hall, Secretary: Sandy Coons, Program Chairman, Paula Ross, President, Susan Findlay, Treasurer, Susie XY'il- kens, Vice President, and Susie Ross, Inter'Club Council Representative: for leadership. Roberta Bellar, Treasurer, Beverly Schellhase, Vice President, Janice Mote, Presidentg Leslie Herman, Secretaryg and Phyllis Cushen, Service and Program Chairmang led West Y-Teens in service projects. Trip to Bethany Village by West Y-Teens Miss Busseer gives Cheeri Federle and Betty Emmott some ideas for in- teresting and informative Y-Teen programs. Service was West Y-Teens' theme as they traveled to Bethany Village, a local home for the aged, where members played piano, sang, read appropriate poems, and served refreshments. They also co-operated with the other two units on a get acquainted party for the new girl students at Fairmont. A tall: on Alaska was given by Mr. Dial at one of the monthly meet- ings. Adviser for West-Y-Teens is Miss Busseer. Bazzonz, Row I: L. fa R.: R. Bellar, Treasurer, B. Schellhase. Vice President: J. Mote, Presidentg L. Herman, Secretary, P. Cushen, Service and Program Chairman. Razz' 2: G. Handy. M. Hay. J. Heuser, J. Litsey, K, Howe, M. Dial, B. Emmott, S. Senft, Miss Busseer. Row 3: Dennis, P. French, P. Peoples, D. Dierker. B, Patterson. C. Strauch, D. Murphy, S. jenkins, D. Odom. Bill Hildebrand, John Monnett, and Steve Simpson get an idea about - how the posters for the "Peppermint Twist" will look on the walls. Victory cclrcl scales by spirited Theta Hi-Y This was the third year for Theta Hi-Y to sponsor the selling of purple and white victory cards during the football season. These cards helped keep Fairmont school spirit at its peak. Alex Davis, club secretary, was disc jockey for the "Peppermint Twist", a dance sponsored by Theta. A third money-making project participated in by Theta was the selling of fruit cakes in co-operation with the Kiwanis Club. One highlight of the year was a talk given to the club by a person from Alcoholics Anonymous. This interesting speech was followed by a question and answer discussion. Mr. Roberts is the adviser of Theta Hi-Y. Theta Hi-Y officers, Ward Treat, Vice Presidentg jack Lunderman, Treasurerg Alex Davis, Secretary, Bob Williaiiis, President, john Holcombz plan distribution of their club victory cards. Balzom, Row 1: L. za R.: J. Holcomb, Chaplaing A. Davis, Secretary, B. Willitlms, President, NW. Treat, Vice President, Lunderman, Treasurer. Row 2: N. Conrad, B. Myers, R. Wick, D. Davis, J. Zell, J. Tamplin, G. Close, T. Scott. Row 3: D. McGohan, D. Spicka, B. Madden, C. Beard, R. Evans, D. Rommel, R. Scott, C. Falzerano. Row 4: J. Steiner, B. Corban, D. McTighe, P. Robertson, D. Knowlton, B. Hildebrand, J. Monnett, T. Engle, S. Simpson. Row 5: G. Cannon, C. Nelson, R. Moreland, L. Moore, D. Nees, B. Nelson, M. Massie, S. Hoel. Bozlom, Row 1: L. 10 R.: C. Campbell, Social Chairmang R. Hetzler, Treasurer, D. Kissell, Vice President, T. Eichenlaub, Presidentg T. Cyester, J. Flatter, Chaplaing J. Thompson, Council Representative. Row 2: B, Cantrell, M. Stachler, S. Hola, M. Manley, P. Dodd, Secretaryg B. McElyea, K. Nicholson, B. Deets, T. Rader. Row 3: J. Millonig, D. Ruhlman, B. Reinicke, D. Rilce, P. Saunders, R. Luken, B. Goodrich, P. Hyde, R. Freese. Dragons buy auto decals from Alpha Phi Hi-Y "Active" best describes members of Alpha Phi Hi-Y. Out- side activities included selling dragon decals for Fairmont "dragon wagons" and again taking part in the fund collecting for multiple sclerosis. A dance was also sponsored by Alpha Phi. At their meetings, members saw movies about juvenile delinquency and had discussions on such topics as the Pan American Games and choosing the right vocations. Club mem- bers chose as their goal to better themselves and their under- standing of the world around them. Club adviser is Mr. james Ehler. l80 Tom Eichenlaub, President, makes plans for future projects with Doug Kissell, Vice Presidentg John Flatter, Chaplain, Craig Campbell, Social Chairman, jim Thompson, Council Representative, and Russ Hetzler, Treasurer. jerry Dodd and Jeff Laurito check to see how the dragon decals they sold look on student car windows. Bollam, Raw 1: L. 10 R.: J. Brunsman, Social Chairmang B. Parks, Chaplaing D. Huffman, Secretary, S. Girton, Presiclentg L. Atherton. Vice President, B. McSherry, Treasurerg J. Finke, Council Representative. Rau' 2: C. McGraw, E. Mikesell, D. Lyle, C. Marshall, L. Somerwill. K, Meyer, G. Ning. Row 3: P. Meyer, M. Little, R. Meyers, M. Lehman, J, Bowden, D. Esselman. Selling candy Kappa Beta Hi-Y proiecf Projects and activities for those in Kappa Beta were quite varied. school year and also cooperated with the Kettering YMCA on its As did other Hi-Y's, Kappa Beta sponsored a needy family at day camp program. There were speakers at meetings, too, such as Christmas time, complete with a tree and Christmas dinner. Mem- the Reverend Mr. Jensen, from Westminster Presbyterian Church, bers sold one-pound cans of peanut brittle in the early part of the who discussed World problems. Kappa Beta's adviser is Mr. Graves. Kappa Beta Hi-Y officers are: Barry Parks, Chaplain: john Finke, Council Representative, Larry Atherton, Vice Presidentg Steve Girton, President, john Brunsman, Social Chairman, David Huff- man, Secretaryg Bill McSherry, Treasurer. Gil Ning is next in line as Kent Meyer takes a free sample of the peanut crunch Kappa Beta sold from Doug Esselman. Roger Bauser, President, gives his officers, Sam Morabito, Treasurerg Wayne Benson Vice Presidentg Gary Sandy, Secretaryg and Mark Yoshimura, Council Representative details about their work camp project. Bozzom, Row 1: L. zo R.: G. Sandy, Secretaryg W. Benson, Vice Presidentg S. Morabito, Treasurer, Row 2: M. Yoshimura, C. Clayton II, D. Byrkett, L Trivette. Row 3: W. Wickens, L. Allen, J. Quast, D. Grotz, B. Galloway. Alpha Centauri Hi-Y organized for sophomores Don Byrkett, Craig Hunter, and Ronnie Graham gather food for a Christmas dinner for a needy family. Alpha Centauri is a new club on Fairmont's campus. It was formed to interest sophomores in Hi-Y activity, membership being open to them only. This club was formed for a three year dura- tion. Under the direction of Mr. Robinson of the Kettering YMCA and club adviser Mr. Gaffney, Alpha Centauri members participated in the Christmas Adopt-a-family project. They provided their fam- ily with food, clothing, and assorted presents, They also took part in an urban renewal work camp. Bob Bishop and Steve McMurdo prepare a poster to ad vertise Gamma's victory dance after the Piqua basketball game. Baffom, Row 1: L. to RH' C. Bean, Treasurerg J. Halderman, Vice President B Hickcr President I Millard Secretary L Goebel Chaplain Rau 2 G Helser, B. Bishop, R. Bruns, T. Deady, T. DiSalvo, D. Delcontino. Razz' 3 T Baines B hieinan D Bodem T johnson B Goxxans B Dreiup Gamma Hi-Y puts up Christmas decorations Getting into the Christmas spirit, members of Gamma Hi-Y took part in decorating the gymnasium for the PTA Christmas music program. In cooperation with Central Y-Teens, Gamma also helped decorate Central lobby for the holiday season. Oth- er outside activities included two dances sponsored by the club, one a public dance after the Piqua basketball game and the other a private dance for Gamma's members at the Kettering Y. Regular meetings consisted of discussions about rocketry and space travel, religion, and work being done by the YMCA throughout the World. Mr. Beard is the club adviser. Planning interesting club meetings are Gamma's officers sitting, Carlisle Bean, Treasurerg Jack Millard, Secretary standing, Larry Goebel, Chaplain, jim Halderman, Vice Pres identg and Bill Hacker, President. Q 62 GOLDEN GLIMPSES OF ' .5 -,g i Q , figs D12 Row If D. Ervin, D. Huehnel, J. Bogan, G. Ankney, S. Hoel, J. Hor lacher, C. Skinner, D. Bauer, F. Danson, J. Colburn, L. Laurito, J. Zim- mer. Row 2: K. Heikes, G. Keller, D. Hoefling, D. Geisel, B. Robeson G. Moore, G. Gantz, D. Edwards, M. Anthony, J. Oxley, J. Palmer. Raul 3: T. Kindy, T. Darby, B. Edwards, D. Lobo, G, Trout, J. Blackburn J. King, R. Geatty, G. Scott. L. Kniess, T, Madden, J. Hill. Raza' 4. '62 Co-captains Chuck Skinner and Jim Horlacher led the team to many victories. B. Bosel, J. Kuntz, J. Barney, D. Mueller. A. George, M. Schardt, D Fisher, C. Vifithrow, B. Foster. B. Elkins, S. Lowry, L. McCartney, D Funk. Rau' 5: R. Miller, L. Trivette, D. Baker, L. Beatty, J. Overholser B. Galloway, G. Moore, L. Hinchman, B. Abernathy, J. McClellan, I Clark, I-I. Rogero, J. Crossley. Rauf 6: D. Martin, S. Jones, D. Grotz, C Dragons outstanding - Practice began under the hot mid-August sun and continued throughout the ten-game season. After much hard work, the Dragons became the new Miami Valley League Champions and rated seventh in the state of Ohio according to the Associated Press poll. Fairmont's tricky, elusive backfield play averaged 51 points while its strong, hard-hitting defense held the opposition to an average of only four points per game. Smith, T. Elliott, T. Adsit, M. Graham, T. Leonard, P. Yon, J. Hines, D. Sensenbaugh, J. Shartle. N. Keeney, B. Zimmer. B. Michael. Raza 7: O. Wolf, D. Eagle, B. Zipf, C. Beason, M. Myers, I.. McVey. N. Mour- ouzis, D. Fender, J. Hoover, B. Ankney, T. Mallett, B. Chapman, E. Ashworth. B. Vlfatson, J. Moody. rated 7th in state Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ........ ..... SCORES Marion Middletown Chaminade Greenville . Fairborn . . Piqua .... Miamisburg Troy .... Sidney .. . Xenia .... w,.o a o Dragon coaches guided the team to an undefeated season. They are Ben Ankneyg jim Hoover Head Coach Duane Fender, and Nick Mourouzis. 19 seniors giv Fai rmonf uncle 7 :ww , feclied CI on IW, QE-is Fairmonfs powerful line leads the Way for a long run by Jim Horlacher. jim Oxley receives strategy from Coach Hoover before returning to the game. Fairmont Dragons During the first game of the season the Dragons battled their way to victory over a strong Marion Harding team. Fairmont's first crucial game came at Middletown Where Fairmont was only able to tie. Chaminade was also tied on the following Friday. These were the only games that marred the record during this successful season. Fairmont's hard-hitting defensive unit holds Chaminade'runner deep in his own territory after kick-off. fromp Troy 52-16 For the opening league game the Dragons journeyed to Greenville and gained an easy victory. Homecoming saw Fairborn as the next team to have their dreams of an MVL Championship shattered by Fairmont. During the next two weeks Fairmont overwhelmed a stubborn Piqua and an aggressive Miamisburg team. Climax of the season came with the 52-16 trouncing of Troy. After scoring two quick touchdowns in the first quarter Fairmont was never seriously threatened by the Trojans. With the blanking of Sidney and Xenia, the Dragons had a perfect league record. Thus Fairmont's traditions of hard play and good sportsmanship were up- held by another remarkable team. Fairmonfs quarterback jim Colburn keeps the ball and gains valuable yardage. If' we EY Coach Hoover gives last minute briefing to team before Xenia game. To have a winning football team, a school must have an able squad, great coaches, and strong student support. Since Fairmont possesses all of these traits, the Dragons are always assured of being rated one of the best teams in the state. Team inspired by coach and crowd L4 rw. VW xv 4--.Aa mfg 'fa-,M . .A Hard work and spirited crowds paved the way for many victories. Fall Sports Banquet Fairmont's annual fall-sports banquet hon- oring the cheerleaders, the cross-country team, and the football team, was held on November 29, in the cafeteria. After a delicious dinner, the participants were recognized for their fine efforts in making the fall sports season a suc- cess. Highlight of the evening was the pre- sentation of the M.V.L. football championship trophy to the school. Award winners at the Fall Sports Banquet were: Fira! mir: Tom EichenlaubAmost valuable. Dick Bauer--best offensive linesman, Paul Dodd! most improved. Jeff Laurito4captain of cross country 1962. Gary Moore-captain football 1962. Second mir: Jim Colburn--most improved, Dick Geiselfmost coachable, jim Horlacher- best offensive back, Chuck Skinner-best de- fensive back. john Palmerfbest defensive lines- man. Forrest Dansonfmost spirited, and Calvin XY'ithrow-captain football 1962. Mr. Alfred Bolander, principal of Fairmont High School, accepts the Miami Valley League trophy from co-captains Chuck Skinner and Jim Horlacher, Furl muy L. R.: P. Gaffney, J. Laurito, P. Dodd, T. Eichenlaub, C. Campbell. J. Flatter, J. Hutchinson, Coach Bateson, Second ran J Dodd T Kexern R Hild, C. Konicki, T. Madden, J. Shaffer, T. Poulos. Third row: D. Allen, G. Kormos, B. McElyea, P. Fensel, G. Oxley, R. Bruns K Prugh F Phillips D Profitt, D. McKenzie, J. Dieterle, R. Miller, L. Miller, T. Vetter. Fclirmonfs cross country This year's cross country team finished the season with another fine record. After winning five dual meets while dropping only one, the team achieved one win and one loss in tri-meets. Accomplishments of the season are: Lanier Invitational, sixth among fifteen teamsg Lowell Thomas Invitational, sixth among fif- teen teamsg Fairview Invitational, sixth among four- teen teamsg Miami Valley League, second among sev- en teamsg and in the District, eighth among twenty- nine teams. Thus the cross-country team finished an- other splendid season. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ....... .... . . Fairmont SCORES 18 Greenville . 23 Miamisburg . Stebbins 38 Lima . Columbus Fast ZS Fairborn ., 23 Chaminade 26 Piqua . 40 Troy ., . 19 Xenia . Tom Eichenlaub, Paul Dodd, and Craig Campbell lead as the boys finish another practice tea m posis 6-2 record Coach Bateson gives the starting signal to Paul Gaffney, jeff Laurito, Craig Campbell, Paul Dodd, Tom Eichenlaub, and john Flatter. Row I: D. Edwards, R. Vifollenhaupt, S. Hoel, J. Thompson, L. Laurito. J. Zimmer, Coach Bateson. Row 2: C. Peterson, W. Brownsberger J Kuntz D Foster, K. johnson, M. Maeder, L. Mitchell, D. Buvinger, XV. Whiting. Razz' 3: J. Barber, A. Vradelis, M. Yoshimura, T. Felkley, D. Burrows G Kormos 1. Shartle, B. Rix, E. Mengel. Row 4: B. Goodrich. R, Bruns, E. Loveless, B. Zimmer, G. Sandy, J. Moody. Wrestling has 9-4-1 season Lewis Laurito throws his opponent to the mat during the match with Belmont. This year's wrestling team continued its fine tra- dition of being one of the best teams in the state of Ohio. During the regular season Fairmont won nine matches, lost only four and tied one. In the Beaver- creelc Invitational Fairmont finished second, and in the Kettering Invitational the Purple Raiders finished third. Coach Batesonls team is expected to have many representatives in the state meet held at the end of the season. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont r,,,, , Fairmont ,, , , Fairmont ,, , Fairmont ,,,, , Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,,,,. ., Mike Maeder gets into position to pin opponent at Belmont. SCORES 731 Groveport 14 H34 Northmont , 13 50 Princeton 5 H23 Xenia , ,, 25 53 Beavercreek , 8 11 Stebbins ,,,, 2-4 37 Roosevelt , Y, Y, 8 17 Richmond 22 16 Franklin Hts. , , 27 15 Stebbins Yrff 26 54 Roosevelt , ,, 13 , 26 Circleville , f 13 , 59 Kiser S ,, 26 Belmont , , , 10 Steve Hoel holds the Belmont wrestler in down position as he tries for a pinning hold, Keith Johnson gets valuable riding time by holding his opponent to the mat. RUM" Z! B- LOSHU, L- Pflifkk, H. Baumann, D. Lawrence, R. Chalecki, W. Scherer, M. Manchester. Row 2: NW. Sloan, G. Gantz, jack Ready, jim Ready P. Calhoun, T. Mountz, Mgr. Row 3: Coach Stuckey. P. Robertson, J. Phillips, D. Robison, D. Moline, D. Krynzel, D. Huffman, Coach Ehler. Coach Stuckey explains the strategy for the second half. '62 Dragons win Practice began for this yearls basketball team on November 1. In the first game Kiser was easily de- feated by 43 points. Dragons then journeyed to Lima and earned a hard fought victory. Following week found Fairmont "knocking off" two city foes, Wil- bur Wright and Belmont. First big game of the sea- son saw Chaminade overcome Fairmont's early lead and win by one point. But the Dragons bounced back to defeat strong Stebbins and high ranked North- mont. During the Christmas vacation Fairmont beat Miamisburg and Fairborn to win the Kettering Invi- tational Tournament. Captain Bob Logan leaps high into the air as he fires zz jump shot through the hoop against Fairborn. M.V.L. championship Herwig Baumann prepares to shoot n long set shot against Miamishurg. Don Lawrence controls the opening tip of the record setting Miumishurg game. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,,,,, ,, Y Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fai rmont Fairmont Seniors SCORES 75 Kiser , 55 Lima , 69 Wilbtlr Wright 65 Belmont, , 48 Chaminade . 76 Stebbins , Y, ,, 55 Northmont .,,., 74 Miamisburg A, 66 Fairborn ,, ,, 64 Greenville ,,,,, 64 Fairborn ,, 76 Piqua ,,,,,,,,, ,, 56 Middletown ,t,, S7 Miamisburg 63 Troy 41 Sidney ,,,,,,,,, , 47 Xenia , , 54 Colonel Wfhite Don Lawrence looks to pass after grabbing valuable rebound. jack Readey scores on a tip in. Dragons "put-clown" Xenia To start the Miami Valley League season Fairmont easily won the first three games by overpowering Greenville, Fairborn, and Piqua. Middletown, the next opponent, overcame Fairmont's early lead to win by five points. After winning the next three impor- tant league games against Miamisburg, Troy, and Sidney, the stage was set for the crucial Xenia game. On February 17, Fairmont met undefeated Xenia at U.D. fieldhouse before 5,000 fans, and another 100,000 who watched on television. After being be- hind 23-15 at half-time the fighting dragons, led by Bob Logan's superb play and Don Lawerenee's time- ly foul shots, overpowered Xenia 47-41. This game gave Fairmont its first M.V.L. basketball champion- ship in 14 years. Bob Logan scores a lay-up during the Xenia game l I i E i E Wig Baumann scores an easy lay-up against Wayne to break the school's individual scoring record with a total of 34 points. Fairmont entered the class AA district tournament with the hope that this year's team could make it all the way to the state finals. This desire seemed realistic after three easy wins over Wayne, Centerville, and Stivers, butthe next game against a strong Roosevelt squad smashed this hope and set our thoughts on next year's team. SCORES Fairmont Wayne VVVV Fairmont Centerville Fairmont Stivers Fairmont Roosevelt Tournament Plcly Don Lawrence tries to block the shot by Roosevelt Row 1: Coach Ehler, M. Zimmerman, J. Quust, I. Wones, E. Prugh, S. Lowry, L. Allen, S. Logan, Coach Stuckey. Rout' 2: J. Combs, R. Miller, G. Donson, R. Buuser, C. West, B. Cline, bl. Overholser. Row 3: H. Spence, Mgr., D. Reese, Mgr. eserves win 14 straight M.V.L. games Fairmont Fairmont ...... Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont .Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont .... SCORES 48 Kiser 35 Lima , .. 46 Wilbur Wright 35 Belmont ...... .. 36 Chaminade 53 Stebbins 30 Northmont .. 60 Greenville .. . .... 36 Fairborn .... . 66 Piqua ....... 42 Middletown 62 Miamisburg . 65 Troy ...... 40 Sidney ..... 40 Xenia ..... ........... . . 45 Colonel White jerry Quast scores an easy lay-up against Xenia R010 1: J. Moore, S. Clark. R. Hegcle, M. Huffman. K. Nicholson, R. Crawford, R. Puterbaugh, B. Iiams, Rauf 2: D. Spicka, M. Harrold, T. Hutch- inson, M. Massie, J. Himehaugh, J. Blome. P. Fensel. L. Nellis. Coach Wfest. Gymnastic team Ron Crawford practices a hand stand on the parallel bars. SCORES Fairmont. 84 Belmont 44 Fairmont . . 38 Hamilton .. 90 Meadowdale . . ,,,, . O Fairmont.. .. .. 57 Hamilton 71 Fairmont . .... 58 Belmont . .. 70 Fairmont ...... .... 6 4 Meadowdale .... .... 8 Gymnastics is the newest interscholastic sport at Fairmont. This team, in spite of inexperience, pro- duced a fine record. Under Coach Westls direction, the team developed many fine routines. Now that the sport is interscholastic, it is hoped that many more boys will participate and make this sport another Fairmont tradition. joe Himebaugh watches Mike Massie practice on the rings 4 term It fetaiigf fi ' Gary Franklin demonstrates his skill at bowling. Intramurals Intramurals is the program that gives every boy a chance to participate in his favorite sport. Sports offered are soccer, touch football, golf, bowling, volleyball, table tennis, basket- ball, foul shooting, wrestling, softball, and horseshoes. Besides providing much enjoyment, these sports produce physically fit students. These boys are engaged in wrestling. one of the most pop- ular intramural sports. After much practice these teams have become very skillful MANAGERS Rau 1 S Vogt A Common S Wilkens J Shue M Constable, M. Dolkowski, P. Swink, K. Moritz, N. Hart, S. Kohl, K. Green, E Brewster S Sizer B Rubin Razz 9 A Hinkley D Donson J Whittles C. Cantrell, B. Emmott, B. Stapleton, S. Sherman, B. Gumm, N. Irvvin, D Thomas P Vickers B VC'e1xer N Wfliitesell M Lauderbaclr J Clark N. Perry, I. Klitch, J. Hess, L. Sherman, L. Waller, C. Crauder. Girls Athletic Association Girls' Athletic Association provides opportunity for girls to par- ticipate in a variety of sports. Interscholastic sports include hockey, basketball, volleyball, tennis, and softball. For the girl whose time and ability prevent her from being on an interscholastic team, there is an extensive intramural program. Girls can participate in these ac- tivities as a contestant, manager, or official, and they receive points for all service rendered. Available activities vary from hockey in the fall to golf in the spring. Twenty points are necessary to retain mem- bership, forty points enable the girl to receive either a pin, letter, or medal at the annual banquet. This year's dance, "Le Moulin Rougef' was planned, decorated, and attended by the G.A.A. mem- bers. For the girl who lilcesifun and activity, G.A.A. is the club to join. Interscholastic hockey, volleyball, basketball, softball, gymnastics, and tennis are represented here by L. Ringlespaugli, J. Smith, S. Sea, J. Keirn, and J. Tanner, D. Wfright, respectively. Intramurals "En Garde" at Fairmont means "XVatch out for an oncoming It's the last point that wins the table tennis game this time. foil." Players eagerly wait to see which girl will get the ball, A I One of the first things learned in badminton is to spin for Even basic fundamentals are fun to learn in volleyball. the Serve- VARSITY-Row I: J. Richards, S. Kirk, S. Kohl, J. Tanner, P. Hagedon, N. Wliitesell. Row 2: Mrs. Rees, L. Russell, P. Doolan, C. Keeney, S. Sea L Ringelspaugh, D. Vifoodward, M. Lauderhack, J. Dinwiddie. Hockey team . . . Sideline enthusiasm plays a big part in the high team spirit. Another undefeated hockey season can be added to the long list of the girls, athletic achievements. Members of both the varsity and reserve squads can be proud of the spirit, determination, and fight shown in both the exciting games and the daily practices. In the game with traditional rival, Oakwood, the score ended in a 2-2 tie with Fairmont carrying on its undefeated record of previous years. Reserves gave promise of a great future with a record of 5-1-O. With the help of Mrs. Rees, the hockey team coach, both teams played to their utmost ability and desire. With an annual hockey banquet which everyone enjoyed, the hockey season closed for another year. SEASON RECORD SCORES 157072 5 Loft 0 Tied 2 Fairmont 4 1 . .... . Madison Fairmont. ...... ..... 1 O 10 . Tecumseh Fairmont 2 0 . . Centerville Fairmont 5 O . ..... Butler Fairmont ..... .... 2 2 . Oakwood Fairmont.. .. . . 9 O . . Fairborn Fairmont 5 0 .. . Greenon Team plans its final strategy during the time out. ffl' Reserve-Seated: S. Darby, C. Lambert, P. Gephart, N. Hart, C. Stull, C. Betsch, D. Coughlin, C. Aultz. Sm11d1ng.' J. Rader, J. Monbeck, K. Dybvig, M. McKelvey, G. Kunz, C. Bowden, A. Bell, S. Vogt, V. Greimann, A. Lehman, J. Bach. undefeatedp pirifecl Another goal is scored by the spirited team. Play is always fast and furious, and the team doesnt rest on past laurels. ..' . Q E f ' -fl. x , :ff N ,Xi gi 'wi 1. , . 'es sv. 5 r ' 1 511 . . 1 g,,,5,,. in .W -nw. 4-Mag, fs. 5 -M9 - W3 . , ..-v. .V l f l , A .- Lg, tr . Q: V ' ' 1 l . x Wx . .z. f' A '-M ' 2 1 . e s p 35 . l ' r . , 4 ff- gk. , wg, gg f. 1. - gig ig: b EM- .W f ff... Q , I gi, R 'E l 7 1,9 ' aff: . VG+ ' A -1 ' - I ., f' te l' l - Y- -. L, TQ.: 5. ., -,. I. - f' ' I V 2 Jyw . ' h QQ,-5 :LQ f el W- i.. . . ' , .,. gfegf 'f 'H+ 255. 4-'f,j,-ff ' wgg.3--in X V ' . V me -' -- RTJ5- .. af "5 M, 7 " ' T-Q-iff'--' ff " ' ,. , .f X -. '. A . W -3,912 -W " ?f'1'11Ef' N 'X . QR k -'vi' P41 . dial-f iW "l....3?....a3". 5 QM, I may - :w .M..i5fi.- Lt, baggy Q w rt" V I M-iw SW, Wtfn!g'f,.,.-.1 5 A' ' , ' - b -' ., -W-1. 1 1 a- . f3,. . ..4ff,. g 'vj' 1 f di: ' . 'W , ..- . :. . .. 4-5. v..n ..t. 4-Q., .. I .M .I J W, M I ,F ir . wr .. is .yi . .. V 55' be . ' ,, .. - . V V , .I-A ' M . Q k ay Q gg, 1 :gy m 'Q ' .'f:.2+.ag" . jefffg l , .. W-es - . ?Y :V .if f'y , 1 52295 "V ,, - .pw F- ,: . I ' g . .,, - we Q v,.:,4..,g+ .- . 4 W !" 5 - :-im g. l , 'fe t V' H X-fr wtf - 0 afwsgfule s ex : RFWI J mf. Z K5'g'? 2u C W " ' M' . . . f . "" . lvf .- 1'J's"2 .- '. f f ? w e M ' ' ' V im ,IQ " 1 3 ' 209 VARSITY-Row 1: D, Donson. N. Hart. S. Kohl. P. Hugedon, N, Wliitcsell. Row 2: Miss Benudum, S. Sea, J. Wfhittles, C. Bowden, L. Ringlespaugh S. Vogt. Drclgonetfe cclgers: ' Linda Ringlespuugh is out in the N clear for :1 layup. Drive and spirit are evident in movements around the boards. Wfith an eye for the goal, Barb Rubin prepares to shoot. Accuracy This year's girls' interscholastic basketball team posted anoth- er winning record under Coach Benadum. With an eight game record marred by only one defeat, the team carried on Fair- mont's tradition and spirit. Co-operation shown during weekly practice gave the girls the skill and confidence needed to Looking to the couch for directions are managers: L. Hoffman. M. McKel- vey, V. Griemann. and -I. Dinwiddie. : viC1'Ol'Y win. Biggest victory of the season was the 71-9 triumph over Tipp City in the first game. Reserves posted a perfect record of eight wins and no losses to carry on their thirty-one game winning streakg so next year should be another great year. RESERVE-Krzeelings B, Rubin, C. Aultz, J. Rader, D. Coughlin, Smzzdirzgs C. Fox. S. Heizer. M. Sturtevant, L. Revis, M. Lauderback. 1962 SEASON RECORD WON 7 LOST 1 Fairmont . Tipp City Fairmont Centerville Fairmont.. . . , Butler Fairmont Miamisburg Fairmont . Tecumseh Fairmont . . Madison Fairmont ...... ..... . . Oakwood Fairmont Germantown 1ul 1-1- .,,,.:.vn1 -I-.gsm - 7 M1-li Volleyball - Varsity-Row 1: S. Denges, K. Gilbert, J. Keirn, S. Aultz, Row 2: Miss Moritz, D. Wright, C. Crauder, K. Lynch, J, Smith, M. Silas. to the players. 1961 SEASON Fairmont, ,.....,,...,, 2 0 .,,,..,,.... . Fairmont., ,,..,.. 2 0 Fairmont, ,,..,, ,,,, 2 1 , , Fairmont., ,,,., 2 0 H, Fairmont ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 1 2 .... Fairmont.. ,,,.. .,.. . 2 1 Fairmont ...,,,,.,,,.,.,. 2 1 ,.,, Serve, set-up, and spike are the three "S's" of volleyball. Managers, Patty Edwards and Patty Biersack, offer helpful pointers Madison Miamisburg Oakwood ,, Tipp City Butler . . ,..., Troy Germantown Susie Aultz shows timing is all-important in getting the ball over the net. Over the top! Hard work and a great desire to Win led our volleyball team to another victorious season. Many times it was that strong desire which tipped the score to Fairmont's side. Beating the Trojan- ettes was the highlight of this season. Long hours of practice and of remembering to "jump!" 'lTime!U and "Pay Attentionv re- sulted in a season of which to be very proud. Ably assisted by Coach Joanna Moritz, both reserve and varsity sparkled. Reserves set a fine record of 6 wins and no losses and have their work cut out for them next year. By working together as a team, these girls learned sportsmanship, spirit, and loyalty. It's up and over for another point. Seniors receive final instructions from Miss Moritz and then go Out to win. Reserve-Row 1: S. Clark, K. Roepken, B. Houser, P. Cushen. Row 2: Miss Mor- itz, -I. Mote, M. Wiseman, C. Kantrell, R. Hefner, T. Goodrich. Row 3: J. Deters, C. Eakin, L. Waller, C. Gampher. GOLDEN GLIMPSES OF E ri 62 Z gig Nancy Irwin and jim Schmidt agree that this is a perfect ending to a wonderful evening. ACTIVITIES Wluen Fairmont students chose Dawn Young as the Homecoming queen for 1961, they upheld the schooi's tradition of choosing a gracious and Charming young lady for this honor. Homecoming '61 . . . ,' Homecoming '61, one of the highlights of our football season, 3 was one of the gayest, most lively gatherings of students, faculty, and alumni in Fairmont's history. Climax of the evening came at the half time of the Fairborn game when Dawn Young, FBLAls can- didate and Fairmont bandis l'Golden Girl," was crowned Homecom- , ing Queen. Members of the court, each of the girls a queen in her l own right, were Betty Brander, Teryl McCafferty, Jill Richards, Nancy Schloeman, and Joyce Tanner. After an overwhelming victory, Fairmont fans flocked to the gymnasium for the Homecoming dance. jim Colburn and jim Oxley, disc jockeys for the evening, Provided music and mirth for all who attended. Co-captains of the football team, Chuck Skinner and jim Horlacher, find a dance with the Homecoming Queen is quite a reward for u well-played game. F These six girls vied for the honor of becoming Fairmonts Homecoming Queen for 1961. Pictured are Jill Richards, Betty Brander, Teryl McCafferty, Dawn Young, Joyce Tanner, and Nancy Schloeman, Senior dance spells success Senior trio, Gary Keller. 'lim Thompson, and Doug Hocfling, did a professional job entertaining at the intermission with popular ballads, Lovely decorations and swinging music added up to a wonderful time for all. Twos o Night Before Christmas" Provided a Wonderful Time for All lTwas a night before Christmas, December 23, when the senior class sponsored its annual dance. It began the holiday season on a gay and festive note. Each couple attending the dance got in the Christmas spirit by bringing a gift for the tra- ditional l'Toys for Tots" drive. Lining the walls were murals relating the familiar story of "The Night Before Christmas." Dancing was to the music of the Ron Browne jazztet. There were nothing but happy times at the senior dance, the tradition al beginning to a wonderful Christmas vacation. , ff! tal' max "aan "X 'i F3 , f' at I I T ' r an . i if . H u 1 A W S I- 'L . K , R ,s .' f ' -, - - f .f . ' .if i A -, .. . x , ,, W.. 1 Candidates for kings-Gary Moore, Rick Geatty, Jeff Laurito, Dave Fisher, Jim Ready, and King Tom Darby. Candidates for queen-Queen Kathy Moritz, Irene Argue, Donna Vlfoodward, Margaret Rowland, Betty Ann Hawn, and Carol Richardson. "Holiday of Hearts" is iuniors' theme On February 5, 1962, in the west gymnasium, the junior class presented a Valentine dance, "Holiday of Heartsf' The theme was carried out with very beautiful decorations, including an enormous heart with the name of the dance on it, which covered a great deal of one wall, and a heart-shaped fish pond with real fish. To make the dance even more romantic-from the boys' points of view, at least-music was provided by an all- girl band! After Kathy Moritz and Tom Darby were crowned queen and king, Darlene Weller, in harmony with the theme of the dance, sang "My Funny Valentine." Then, to change the mood for awhile, Fat Man Fink and the Nightcrawlers made their first appearance, singing their rendition of "Mashed Potatoes." Fat Man Fink and the "NightCrawlers" in action. Making wishes at the fish pond was a favorite pastime for those who took a break from danc- ing. Fairmont's own Can Can dancers-Ginny Gehhart, Brenda Stump, Judy Smith, Judy Chaney, Sue Ramaley, and Jem Burgess. GAA's ' 'Mouli n Rouge' ' is rated ' 'fa ntabulous' ' On January 27, 1962, the Girls' Athletic Association held its annual dance Singing "Linder paris Skies" were Sue Aultz, Joyce Smith, and in the west gymnasium. l'Moulin Rouge," the theme, transformed the gym- Sue Darby nasium into the famous Parisian night club. As couples entered the room, they found themselves under Paris skies. During intermission a trio sang about Paris, and a group of dancers per- formed the Can Can. Dancing was to the music of Bob Hecker's band. Tables-complete with checkered tablecloths-lined the walls, giving the room a cozy atmosphere. Lively murals sparked the entire gymnasium. Planning the pep club's dance was hard work-but lots of fun! Clubs present . victory dances This school year was one of the busiest ones yet. After almost every home football or basket- ball game there was a victory dance held in the west gymnasium. Some of the many groups that sponsored these dances were the pep club, the band, l7airmont's chapter of the National Foren- sic League, the student council, FBLA, various Hi-Y's, Y-Teens, and the journalism department. Most of the time, dancing was to records, but the band went all out by having three different groups play-a dance band, a guitar and drum combo, and a dixieland band. Each of these dances was profitable for its sponsors and thor- I oughly enjoyable for those who attended. Larry Patrick helps "D.j." Jeff Laurito choose a record for the Twist contest Sue Ramaley gets her "passport" to the dance- a stamped hand. sf-nt Weeks and weeks of practice paid off for the cast with applause and many wonderful memories. The Senior Class play . . . Hermia, portrayed by Judy Wise, exclaims, "You jugglerl You Cankerblossoml You thief of love!" A rllirfmfzzfzzez' Nighfr Drmm was presented by the senior class on November 16, 17, and 18 to very receptive audiences. Miss Leah Funck, with the help of Mr. Joseph Kuldau, produced the play. Staging by Mr, Leland Hall added to the color and pageantry of a three-stranded plot which involved nobility Qrehearsing the play to celebrate the wedding of the Duke of Athens and the Queen of the Amazonsj, and the elves and fairies. Con- trolling the destiny of mortals was the spirit world--as was shown when one of the work- men was changed into an ass. Oberon had become angry with Titania and acted out of spite and jealousy, making her fall in love with this vile creature. In control at the end of the play were the people of dreams, while the senior ballet troupe paid homage to the rulers. Quince, the director of the play, Dale Berry, instructs the other louts-Scribble the scribe, Chuck Skinnerg Snout the tinker, Bill Mooneyg Staivling the tailor, Charles Griceg Shep the shepherd, Gary Kellerg Bottom the weaver, Mike Hogang Flute the bellows-mender, Tom Braung and Snug the joiner, Steve Meuche. v was , in ,Mg 1- Helena, Sally Roush, finds it hard to believe that Demetrius, Bob Zinn, is finally returning her love. Oberon watches haughtily. The royal Wedding procession ends with a fluorish in the courtyard. The Duke Of Athens, Philip Ashworth, is in the foreground. His bride, Queen Hippolyta, por- trayed by Linda Barth, is on the throne. Oberon and Puck observe a lovers' quarrel among Demetrius, jim Schmidt: Helena, Ceci Cobbg Lysander, Ron Wfindsorg and Hermia, Nancy Schloeman. i A Midsummer Nighf's Dream Mr. Kuldau gives some last-minute advice to Dale Berry on opening night. Puck, portrayed by Nancy Irwin, ex- Titania, played by Karen Kuhbander, hurries the claims, "Lord, what tools these mor- changeling boy, Gregory Hall, off to safety from tals be!" to King Oberon, Barbara the Clutches of Oberon. Gumm. n-1-f1nnmq -ai. This year was an exciting and rewarding one for the Fairmont cho- rus. Its season began with a performance at the PTA open-house, be- came busier during the Christmas season, was highlighted at the con- cert on February 25 and at the pop concert in the spring, and climaxed with the operetta, The Flower Drum Song, in April. The chorus, under the superb direction of Mr. Gene Seebcrger, worked hard all year and was rewarded by its high ranks in various contests. From his perch on the piano, Mr, Seeberger directs the chorus. He admits it's u rather uncommon sight, "But it accomplishes the purpose!" with golden voices FIFTH PERIOD CHORUSfR0uf 1: B. Moore, C, Hurt, C. Daugherty, D. Caldwell. Kramer, Allen, A. Hicks, D. Travis, M. Keister, Smith, S Osborn, J. Hudson, J. Osborne, S. Lewis. Rau' 2: P. Burns, P. Guenther, D. O'Neul. C. Xvittgruber, V. W-olfe, J. McPherson, K. Gilbert, C. Baxley, J. Rich ards, V. Bradford, S. Wfilloughby, 1. Yenzel, A. Vifhitmire, L. Hoover, J. Litsey. M. Dietrich Rauf 3: S. Leiter, D. Atterberry, B. Barr, M. Russell, B. Clay- pool, L. Ward, I. Reynolds, 1. Cotterman, C. Theiss, V. Snively, L. Revis, C. Stertzbach, L. Brigeman, B. Miller. Row 4: J. Nickelson, A. Anderson, S james, V. Allen, E. Wrirts, L. jackson, J. Smith, J, Chaney, I. Harshman, D. Marchio, I Rice, F. Terry, S. Baker, H. Antrobus. SYMPHONIC BAND. lst Flutes-P. Langston. N. Nicoll, B, Patterson, V. Overholser. 2nd Flutes-C. Shultheis, S. Hall, N. Dissauer, M. Weaks. 1st Clar- inets-A. Davis, B. Rubin, E. Whitesitle. J. Rinehart, B. Gumm. 2nd ClarinetsfA. Meyers, J- lvfotey J. Hurley, R. Blatt, 5, Brown, S, Graham, 5rd Clafinetg gj. Clark, D. Young, S. Pennington, G. Dagley, B. Deters, S. Keener, J. Bugchar, P. Thomas. Alto Clarinets-L, Cook, S. Hollister. Bass Clarinets-J. Mulvaney, R, Thomason. Oboes-P. Glass, N. Perry, C. Wfilson, F. Brust. 1St Bassoon-N. Hart. 2nd Bassoon-M. Huffman. lst Alto Saxophones-D. Hodges, N. Murray. 2nd Alto Saxophones-R. Lighthiser, I.. Kennedy. Baritone SaxophonefS. Stepp. lst Cornets-R. Kindell, G. Hochstetler, J. Wolfe. Symphonic Early in February, the Fairmont symphonic band presented its annual winter concert in the school auditorium. Directed by Mr. Wesley Haines, the band gave a varied program, made more enjoyable by the appearance of the guest artist, Mr. Paul Lavalle. Mr. Lavalle's musical background consists of being not only an excellent clarinetist, but also a composer, arranger, and conductor. GUEST ARTIST, MR. PAUL LAVALLE In the winter concert, selections from "Flower Drum Song" were featured, along with "The Merry W'ix'es of Windsorl' and "The Waltzing Cat," a humorous piece in which the boys filled in the pauses with l'mecws." The finale of this program was the song from Exodzn, presented as a combination of orchestra and chorus. All in all, it was a very busy year, but Mr. Detriclds fine supervision made it a smooth one. ra '62 "Study in background is very important," explains Mr. Derrick to june Oehrtmuu Clarinetsffi. Davis, Rubin. Oboes-N. Perry, P. Glass. Bassoons- N. Hart, M. Huffman. French Horns-P. Ashworth, N. Pobst, P. Berdahl, C. Nel I son. Trumpets-R. Kmdell-, G. Hochstetler, J. Wfoife. Trombones-J. Huntzinger, R. Hulsmzm, T. Rader. Tuba--T. Holcomb. Percussion-D. Timm, W Sloan, Megrew. Tympani-C. Falzernno. RHYTHMETTES-L. Albaugh, A, Anderson, C. Battenberg, B. Brander, J. Chaney, J. Clark, L. Coatney, P. Fields, G. Gebhart, J. Harner, J. Heuscr, G. Hodgkinson, S. Hoefling, N. Irwin, S. Kaufman, P. Kline, K. Kuhbander, K. Lantz, C. McKnight, J. McPherson, J. Melke, D. Nash, G. Olt, C. Owens. S. Ramaley, B. Rauch, K. Schroeder, J, Simmerman, J. Smith, J. Smith, J, Smith, J. Smith, C. Snyder, S. Stolzenberger, N. Strong, C. Tussing, J. West, J. Wetz, D. Windsor. BAND MEMBERS-P. Ashworth, C. Beardsley, P. Berdahl, J. Besanceney, R. Blatt, R. Bothmann, H. Brackney, D, Brinkle, S. Brown. F. Brust, J. Buschar, D. Cadwell, G. Cannon, J, Clark, T. Cole, A. Common, N. Conrad, L. Cook, W. Corban, G. Dagley, A. Davis, B. Deters, M. Dial, L. Dissauer, C. Falzerano, J. Giffin, D, Gilmore, P. Glass, R. Graham, S. Graham, K. Green, B. Gumm, J. Gustafson, S. Hall, D. Hannah, J. Harshman, N. Hart, F. Heller, J. Himebaugh, G. Hochstetler, D. Hodges, J. Holcomb, S. Hollister, D. Hoyer, M. Huffman, R. Hulsman, J. Huntzinger, J. Hurley, FHS Ma highlighted games with gold At every football game students were excited not only by the game, but by the thrilling and varied performances of the band and Rhythmettes. Before the kickoff there was the pre- game entry, featuring our national anthem. At the half-time there was an exhibition of marching skills and music talents by the band, dancing and twirling by the Rhythmette corps, and, of course, quick stepping and fancy baton twirling by our drum majorette, Dawn Young. After the game she led thevictory marches to the Fairmont Fight Song. It was a wonderful season for the band members and an even better football season for all because of them. Leading the Rythmette corps in dancing, twirling, and marching are Judy Chaney, Warrant Officerg Nancy Irwin, 2nd Lieutenantg Karen Kuhbander, 1st Lieutenant, and Connie McKnight, Cadet Captain. 230 l 2nd Cornets-W. Corban, S. Simpson, H. Sykes. 5rd Cornets-J. Monnett, R. Nelson, D. Weber. Trumpets-R. Kos, M. Palmer. lst French Horns-P Ashworth, M. Resh, 2nd French Horns-P. Berdahl, J. Himebaugh. 3rd French Horns-N. Pobst, D. Osborn. 4th French HornsiC. Nelson, D. Hannah lst Trombones-J. Huntzinger, R. Hulsman. 2nd Trombone-s-T. Rader, J. Shartle. 5rd Trombones-W. Malone, D. Rausch. Baritones-R. Bothmann, F Heller, N. Conrad, C. Beardsley. BassesiT. Stuck, I. Holcomb, L. Noble, D. Gilmore, Drums-C. Falzerano, D. Timm, W. Sloan, G. Price, G. Cannon Rhythm and Key-F. Megrew. Band Another attraction in the program was the Fairmont Stage Band. Among the many selections played by the entire symphonic band were the memorable "United States Overture" and the popular i'West Side Story." This great band will continue to bring many honors and much recognition to Fairmont. Mr. Haines looks over a score for one of the sym- phonic band's concerts. Many activities were included in the orches- tras busy schedule this year. Some of these were playing before the class plays, performing in the PTA's Christmas program, entering nu- merous music contests, presenting the annual Winter concert with the chorus, and supplying music for the operetta, "Flower Drum Song." Highlights of the Christmas program were l'Sleighride," featuring the percussion section, and Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" from the Merfifzb, which was presented with the chorus. . Qrchee David Nees, Sandra Gulick, and Paula Peelle prove that three people, two violins, and one cello make beautiful music. ORCHESTRA. 1stViolins4S. Gulick, D. Nees, L. Russell, S. Hola, M. Keister, P. Rausch, S. Hola, J. Keto, J. Oehrtman, J. Wittebort, C. Goebel, G. Temple. 2nd Violins-B. Stapleton, M. Guenthner, J. McEvoy, D. Sterling, L. Trenary, K. Kemper, J. Krohn, J. White, B. Smith, D. Ayres, B. Carlton, S. Trenary, B. List. Violas-M. Wliyte, M. Hartzel, D. Apple, S. Liston, L, Strausbaugh, R. Faehl, P. Wente, J. Beatty. Cellos-P. Peelle, M. Whyte, C. 3 Bowden, L. Beebe, J. Phillips, C. Finnigan, Basses-C. Schuder, C. Aultz, T. Stuck. Flutes-P. Langston, N. Nicoll. 'i . 6 5 R B. Jordan, S. Keener, L. Kennedy, R. Kinclell, M, Knapp, R. Kos, P. Langston, J. LaRue, R. Lighthiser, D. Liinbert, D. Lowe, J. Malone, D. Marshall, I. Martin, E. Megrew, J. Monnet, J. Moody, R. Moreland, J. Mote, J. Mulvaney, N. Murray, A. Meyers, R. Myers, C. Nelson, R. Nelson, N. Nicoll, L. Noble, K. Norris, D. Osborn, V. Overholser, M. Palmer, B. Patterson, J, Paul, S. Pennington, N. Perry, N. Pobst, G. Price, T. Rader, M. Resh, J. Rinehart, R. Rook- stool, D. Rousch, B. Rubin, D. Salyers, J. Severns, J. Shartle, J. Shell, C. Shultheis, S. Simpson, W. Sloan, M. Stachler, J. Stemple, S. Stepp, T. Stuck, L. Sutton, L. Swigeart, H. Sykes, P. Thomas, R. Thomason, G. Thompson, D. Timm, W. Treat, M. Wfeaks, D. Weber, S. Weber, E. Whiteside, C. Wilson, J. Wolfe, D. Wood, D. Wright. MAJORETTE-D. Young. hing Bclncl n tones and quick stepping Turning out a different show for every football game is a hard job, as these men will testify. Mr. Hinshaw, director of the Rhythmettes, and Mr. Eresman and Mr. -Kline, band directors, did a wonderful job this year. i"-6617? 5"""'j 1 'F , ' FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Judy Toll, Teryl McCafferty, Margaret Rowland, Kathy Moritz, Jolene Whiting, Janet Fenton, and mascot, Jody Kissell RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Sherry Hanibright, Carole Lambert, Gayle Hodgkinson, Sharon Hoefling, Andrea Anderson, and Jane Fitzpatrick. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Judy Eouke, Laura Lovins, Jill Richards, Betty Ann Hawn. Cherie Hanson, and Carol Richardson. STUDENT OFFICE ASSISTANTSHROU' 1: I. Litsey, M. Trick, D. Glascock, S. Hoyer, D. Pester, N. Rosenquist, J. Dinwiddie, D. Rutherford. Row 2: V. Young, I. Huff, T. McCafferty, J. Wetz, P. Robinson, S. Clark, E. Wgird. Ron' 3: D. Ayres. J. Barker, L. Hoffman, P. Reed, E. Struhle, D. Severns, T. Bay- less, L. Britton. Row 4: S. Winier, N. Schloeinan, E. Boise, E. Wfurts, C. Vogel, S. Brown, S. Hull, C. Frzzine. VISUAL AIDS ASSISTANTSfCraig Campbell, Dave Jor- dan, Jerry Creeger, George Trout. Glimpses of TEACHERS' STUDENT SECRETARIES-Row 1: P. Seibert, L. Dellinger, D, Beasley, P. Pennington, J. Toll, N. Machael, B. Thompson, J. Moorhead, D. Travis, J. Hyre. Row 2: R. Puterbaugh, S. Steltenkamp, C. Irvin, L. Hoover, P. Phillips, K. Howe, C. Hines, E. Megrew, J. Bollinger, B. Holland. Row 3: S. Keener, H. Elrod, N. McLaughlin, P. Bierszick, D. Anderson, J. Clark, J. Goldberg, J. Tanner, K. Loy, T. McCafferty, C. Randolph. Row 4: L. Burger, B. Claypool, S. Minnish, T. Smith, J. Mote, K. Spicker, K. Merriman, D. Thomas, C. Battenberg, G. Dieterle, M. Dean. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Row 1.' M. Clark, -I. Boerner, C. Linclsey, J. Campbell, C. Young, A. Brechlin, C. Mayberry, A. Supensky. Row 2: D. Limbert R. Alexander, N. Nicoll, P. Maxfield, I. Argue, L, Gaines, M. Harley, J. Peterson, 1. Nixon. Raza' 3: P. Taylor, P. Peelle, L, Gump, E. Wur'ts, C. Tussing R. Iiams, 1. Eclgington, D. Wright, B. Deets, M. Bean. Row 4: T. Parker, N. Maul, F. Cole, C, Flynn, K. Delaney, C. Bean, J. Halderman, H. Brackney, P Stuck, B. Brumfiel. 0 service throughout F. H. . A common sight at the south end of each unit is the bookstore and its smiling fwell, usuallylj Occupants. Pictured here are the East unit bookstore workers, Mike Trick, one of the students who help in the night school depart- Curtis Bailey, Cheryl Keeney, and Carol Frame. ment, fincls theres lots of work to be done. 235 Row 1: M. Herrnetz, V. XX"olfe, B. Henry, L. Ringelspaugh, C. Hanson, B. Brumfiel, N. Maul, J. Machowsky, S. Shonk, J. King. Row 2: D. Bauer, J Oxley, L. Gump, S. Cox, N. Linville, D. Woodxvard, J. Fouke, J. Clark, V. Greimann, N. Shawver, C. Cantrell, C. Kuehner, J. Bogan. Row 3: W. Scherer L. Laurito, R. Stallard, J. Schmidt, J. Halderman, M. Myers, M. Manchester, A. Huff, J. Tamplin, T. Parker, F. Danson, J. Mullins, J. Blome, M. Anthony Row 4: R. Allen, B. Buchman, F. Phillips, A. Meyers, J. Huntzinger, C. Bean, J. Reacley, D. Lawrence. Row 1-' L- ROSSQH, S- WllkeU5, S- Kohl, L- Barth, C. Flinn, D. Lindsey, B. Littell, T. Johnson, L. Wfarcl, J. Lunderman. Row 2: V. Snively, D. Atterberry J. Yeazel, M. 4Miller, J. Dalton. J. Faber, D. Young, M. Ambrosino, K. Mesarvey. Row 31 R. Crawford, T. Greer, B. Mooney, B. Miller, D. Anthony, V. Kra Jewski, B. Deis, C. Cole, B. Deets, B. Head, O. Fricke, B. Sloan, D. Buvinger. D. Lobo, D. Foster. P. Calhoun, J. Hill, T. Darby. I Hall Monitors and Lab Assistants Rau' 1: T. Mountz, C. Hannah, K. Coburn, M. Constable, J. Richards, A. Lehman, L. Albaugh, E. Gow, C. Snyder, C. Schleinitz, C. Palmer, A. Barry. Raw 2. D. Baker, J. Creeger, R. Purkey, J. Finke, M. Manchester, M. Rash, C. McAfee, S. Findlay, S. Stolzenberger, P. Boyles, M. Clarke, S. Steltenkamp, P. Doolan B. Watson, D. Delcontivo. Row 3: R. Wfinclsor, J. Freeman, lj. Seeler, B. Belg, D. Jordan, C. Boak, C. Flavin, L. Goebel, T. Johnson, T. Moss, D. Wfitt, G Cannon, C. Campbell, R. Insko, D. Moore, H. Maas, F. Danson, G. Trout, R. Kuhn, D. Fisher, P. Robertson. ams:zww aQl1-JAIII'-awe-wt'sff+-IffwfwrwslawIPSWff--wnffwf'fave'12:ffffsw1f'-M I ff - iM117-Qrfvm-fvtf 'f"-f-was f 1:'m: Lp i. Fairmont games began with many Cheers and numernus pep signs like this one. "Go, Dragons!" Gala glints "Basket, basket, basket, boys. You make the baskets4we'll make the noise." Students wore "different" purple and white cheering outfits the day of the Troy football game. Pictured are the finalists in the "wild costume" contest. YOUTE TEN oo If signs mean anything, the Trojans were beaten before they even set foot in the U.D. stadium. of festivity ,............, Birthday? Nupe, it's the Cake for the victory party the football team had after the final game. l rrrr.N1WMrmsrrks wr -,,, ,, 1 - Morning announcements are informative and a pleasant way to start the day. Don't you wish everybody did? Unit lobbies are busy places when students congregate in them. Here Cherie Hanson leads a most animated discussion. 1---1--an----Q-an-r zunmmmeim mms --J-I-rr w -n-..mi -..u.,.-t ummmmnmemwmweftlwmmwmixtrwsm Gilded 1. , I rift? ' Glances Senior basketball players proudly display the teanfs trophy won in the Holiday Tournament. Chivalry isn't exactly dead, but it's getting mighty tired! For all girls, Turn About Week started like this- And for many, it ended like this! ., Jgwgm e' xi, as 1' 1 Y ww ef 4 4-4 SW M ESV Q r ai --...KM GOLDEN GLIMPSES OF bi ' f, PM ,mx me , Q 111 K""weaee.s, in sb, i ,ff iffw , Q9 Mr. Rial T. Parrish, Architect-Engineer for' Kettering Schools, receives an advance copy of The Dragon from Janie Creager, advertising manager, and Laura Lovins, business manager. i ADVERTISING Compliments of THE A. P. ZIEGLER COMPANY General Contractors "Developers ot the New Fairmont High SchooI" 4800 Hoover Avenue AM 3-464l TOOT YOUR OWN HORN lt's easy with a Conn, Martin, Selmer, Holton, Leedy, or Slingerlancl horn trom . . . HAUER MUSIC STORE Dayton's Complete Band Instrument Center 3l40 Far Hills Avenue AX 8-732I Hauers tt active I3 I Ing an wi e se ec lon impress an y lea er, Judy Denney and Becky Thompson. MUTUAL OF OMAHA HOSPITAL SURGICAL INCOME PROTECTION The Largest Organization ot Its Kind in the World . . Over One Billion Dollars Paid Out in Cash Benetits For Information Call BA 8-I I49 H. R. LAMME, General Agent 909 Third National Building PATTERSON FOOD MART 70I Shroyer Road AX 3-06l2' You lcnow your coffee's fresh when you grind il yourself al' Pail' Food Mart" says Sally Roush. Wifi? QTFF X I gi 1- IT'S ARROW for Every'Ihing for Your Par+y . FAVORS INVITATIONS DECORATIONS 2950 Far Hills a'I' Doro+hy Lane AX 8-I456 Open-7 Days ARROW, INC. COLD BEVERAGES PAPERWARE NOVELTIES Brei'IensI'raI'er Shopping Cenfer Page Manor Airway Road When Thinking of FINE FURNITURE Think of . . . SOUTH DAYTON HOME FURNISHINGS, INC. 3578 Ke++ering Boulevard KeHering, Ohio en air an ouise ses c oose a co or sc eme o en wil o ern ecor oun in ou a on orne urnis in s' ar e se ,, .X 5 , ,, Serious ConsicIera+ion Is Given +o Each Cus'I'omer a+... SEITZ HARDWARE 400 EasI' SI'roop Road AX 3-I I86 af SGITZ. Congratulations! KRAMER'S I0 I 8 Irving Avenue A-ONE TIRE CO. B. F. Goodrich Tires CUSTOM TAILORED 0 BRAKE WORK O 9 SEAT COVERS 9 I ALIGNMENT I 0 CONVERTIBLE TOPS 0 0 WHEEL BALANCING 0 2605 Sou+h Dixie Ke'H'ering, Ohio AX 8-7494 244 I To keep your workshop we-II supplied-do as Bob Nelson does-a cI h p PURE EARL'S PURE OIL Mofor Tune-Up Brake Work E. Sh-Qop Rgad F. ring, Ohio AX 3-0255 Hzllgil OAKS PARK Springboro, Ohio BUILDER OF FINE HOMES GIVES BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I962 FRED ROSS CONSTRUCTION CORP. A. L. DINWIDDIE, Manager MIAMI STATIONERS Wish +o Take This Opporiunify lo Wish l'he CLASS OF I962 "Good Luck and May God Bless You." 27 Easl' Second Sfreel Daylon, Ohio BA 4-96l3 1 Complimen+s of l005 W. Third Slreel' BA 3-8242 L lc g if melhinq oul of flue ordinary? Judy OT' SO TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF . . A+ +he wonderful selec+ion of Early American 'Furni'I'ure and accessories from +he . . . EARLY AMERICAN SHOP 2272 Wesl' Schan'I'z Avenue AX 9-3401 Jh F lie and Nancy lrwun recommend lhe Early A Shop. "RING THE BELL" . . . O'F Good Tas+e a+ . . . CARILLON CAFETERIA Open II a.m.-8 p.m. 26II SouI'I1 Dixie Drive AX 9-9622 GOING AWAY TO COLLEGE? Keep in Iouch wi+I1 I'I1e news back home wi+h a s'rucIen+ subscrip I'ion Io I'I'1e TIMES . . . 52.00 by maiI 'For +11-e school year. KETITERING-OAKWOOD TIMES zvao Far I-mls Avenue AX 3-3I4I PAUL E. SWARTZ EL Insurance Service, Inc. AX 3-I I25 2600 Far Hills DAYTON I9, OHIO Compliments of RIAL THOMAS PARRISH Architect-Engineer Early American Modern French Provincial R. L. NORRIS FURNITURE COMPANY 2874 Sou+h Dixie AX 3-5I93 "Music 'ro Sel IF rnifure By" is 'II'1e g S K nn, J C g d B b P Icy I I g I af N THE HUFFMAN-WOLFE NC0. Mechanical Contractors I9 W. FourI'I1 S+ree+ BA 2-l28I S '.'. K! I MOLER'S ICE CREAM PARLOR Sodas - Sundaes MaIIs - Cones Ice Cream SpeciaII'ies .f I920 S. Smi+I1vIIIe CL 3-0I20 K Y X Jw ACHI EVEMEN T . In the science of supplying the best foods for selected menus . . THE C. N. STEMPER COMPANY ESTABLISHED I9I8 853-865 E. First Street BA 3-5265 K,-mmimiiomi WHAT'S BEHIND THE RED noon? I People! Highly-skilled creative people, experts in copy, art, media, v production, and the many functions of advertising, marketing, and , public relations in moving goods and selling services. Whether or not you ever visit us behind the Red Door, we call on you each day I - through our clients' advertising in newspapers, magazines, radio, A , We television, direct mail, yellow pages, and sales literature. I I I Kircher, Helton Su Collett, Inc. .. i , ,E ADVERTISING - MARKETING A ? ',,,, 2600 Far Hills Avenue ' Dayton 19, Ohio ' 293-3191 f X I 2212 Victory Parkway ' Cincinnati 6, Ohio ' 961-8166 it -I -ll ,. , Member of American Association of Advertising Agencies --li? ,i T. , ,iL.l .iilli , ' 'bi-- li' ' ,.,, i-ill-i z- x,. P p g I p I1 In B Henberg, shop af Dorofhy Lane Market BEST WISHES M. G. SNYDER AND SONS, INC. Sand ancI Gravel Ready-Mix Concrefe AX 3-4I92 3 Fairmonf Grads. SAN RAE BAKERY, INC. 2222 San Rae Drive KETTERINC5, DAYTON I9, OHIO AX 9-5538 HILLS 81 DALES HUB SHOPPING CENTER FOREST PARK SHOPPING CENTER BE 3-l382 PLAZA AX 8-796I IN KROGER'S CR 7-I930 Always S+riving for a Qualify Producf . . . FAIRMONT HIGH SCHOOL and DOROTHY LANE MARKET 27I0 Far HiIIs Avenue AX 9-356I arin or a ionic? T ese wise s oppers, Karen Lan+z and CaroIyn Free lubrica+ion wi+h oil change plus free +iclce+ Io Belmonl' Drive-In Thea+er wirh every 53.00 purchase. ROSE GARAGE 81 SERVICE STATION TRUCK TRACTOR AUTO Mofor Overhaul Bafreries and Accessories Transmission Rebuilding Tune-up Tires 3500 Marshall Road AX 8.7227 Ke'H'ering 29, Ohio BRAKE WORK TUNE-UPS ARNOLD'S MARATHON SERVICE Shroyer Road aI Dorofhy Lane Mechanic on Duly a+ All Times AX 3-0I75 Whelher 'I'he Ring LasI's Two Weeks . . or Forever, H' Pays Io Be Sure!!! BeSure...aI'... TOWN 81 COUNTRY JEWELERS 224 Eas'I' S'rroop Road Ke'H'ering AX 9-3I8I If you're looking for baubles. bangles and beads- follow-'Ihe example of Sally Griesmeyer and Veronica Mercs. Best Wishes JCE WILLIAMS, Realtor We Deliver AX 3-4790 "WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT" One Day Service If Reques'I'ecI KEENEY DRY CLEANERS Slorage ancl Repair Service Free Moih-proofing PaH'erson Blvd. al' Schanfz KeH'ering, Ohio Myl CATTERTON-WARD INSURANCE AGENCY 800 Third Nalional Building Daylon 2, Ohio I H. W. CATIIERTON JOHN R. WARD I I 253 I PANOHIO MCRTGAGES, INC. Real Estate Loans RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL DAYTON COLUMBUS CINCINNATI BA 8-I I44 CA 8-538I DU I-5550 Serving Ohio Since l9I7 Marvin N. Wagner Carl I-I. Showecker H 81 H SaIuIes Fairmon'rI'IiqI'1 ScIwooI's-Team Spiri'I, Will To Win, and Sense of Fair Play H 81 H MACHINE TOOL COMPANY 280I WiI.ming'ron Pike, Day+on, O. AX 8-7575 OAKDALE HAIRDRESSERS To Be Well Dressed-Be Hair Dressed I309 E. Slroop Road AX 3-2300 "BEST IN ACCOMMODATIONS" AX 8-I4II MOTEL CAPRI HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH Complele Molel Facililies Coffee Shop - Swimming Pool WILLIAM W. BALL 2700 S. DIXIE DRIVE GENE ATKINS DAYTON, OHIO Treal' your girl 'I'o 'I'l1e besll Fellows, we are nor expensive, we iusl' look 'lhaf way. l X , THE X INN 'li-MF 15, 1 I E if ,, y li ? - F- T T ' I DINNERS or SANDWICHES Car Service or Carry-Oul' 4I20 Far Hills Avenue AX 9-5536 Plan on dining oul? Rick Geafly and Bev Sclnellhase suggesl flue Yum Yum. Carpel' Cusiom Ba+I1 Designing Ceramic Tile 'For Ba'rI1s and KiI'cI1ens Resilienf Floors Marble Eslimales Willioul Obligalion R. T. REEVES 81 CO. 39I6 Wilminglon Pike AX 3-I I94 UNIVERSAL BUILDING MATERIALS, INC. "ll iI's building malerials-we have il" PaI'io Brick and Block Sakre+e Cemenl' and Richmolar Plaslering Malerials Drywall Wa'I'er-proofing Ma+erials San Rae Drive af Forrer Boulevard Andersen Windowalls Pil'+sburgI1 Painls Plywoods and Millwork Roof Coafing While Sand Wafer So'F'rener Sal? Drain Tile AX 3-II88 OVER 70 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE THE MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOMES DAYTON FAIRBORN Air CondiI'ioned" Ad equa+e Privafe Parking THE HOOVEN-POHLMEYER CCMPANY Insurance Suife 320, Ludlow Building DAYTON 2, OHIO fi ,fp Q E C2-fe! A X ,MKQQ M H O as E f TT P15 5 : if ff W f 9552 f ,539 -:Q f 155 2 .. - -,-5-I ,t iLR1 X i The Drive-In Wi+h 'rhe Arches Fea+uring l5c Hamburgers Open Year Round 290I Wilmingfon Pike 450I Xenia Pike 39I8 Free Pike 35 INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL WALTER M. LITSEY, INC. Painting and Decorating Contractor Zeigler Street 223-3I4I - Business 299-3489 -- Residence ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME 92I Brown Street DAYTON 9, OHIO 223-8I I7 WILLIAM E. ROBERTS W. WEBSTER ROBERTS 645 Watervliet Avenue 380I LeFevre Drive 252-2232 293-8633 Best Wishes DUNHILL'S, INC. 3 Fine Stores tor Men For BeH'er Living, Siop a+ WILMINGTON HEIGHTS MARKET We Specialize in Qualify Service Meal and Fresh Produce" ENJOY THEIR NEW MODERN STORE. THE F. W. LOTZ PAPER CO Day+on. Ohio Es'I. I9 I 3 "DAYTON'S OLDEST PAPER, RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY HOUSE" 430I GROBY'S GARDEN STORE Annuals - Foliage Planfs lnsecficides - Fer+ilizers Garden Tools - ScoH's Producfs Far Hills Avenue 293-7424 For +I1e fines'I' in meaI' supplies IIRYCLEIIIIE shop aI' DOT'S SUPER MARKET Wa+ervIieI' aI Pa'H'erson 256-458I PATTERSON PARK LAUNDRCMAT :anal SOI-505 PaH'erson Road, Corner of SI1royer DROP OFF SERVICE PLUS COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING EQUIPMENT Open 6:30 A.M. +o MidnigI'rI' 293-4397 Connie Iv1cKnigI1'r and Karen Kuhbander do II The easy y AII Types of Auto Service WIDMAN'S GARAGE 3034 OaIcmon+ Avenue 293-7752 AUTOMATIC LINDSAY SOFTWATER CO., INC. SALES RENTAL SERVICE Free Wafer Tesi 2858 Sou'I'h Dixie 293-9I92 R. T. RANDOLPH CONTRACTORS CONCRETE WORK REMODELING CARPENTRY II45 Sharon Avenue 298-4962 Keifering 29, Ohio Insured and Bonded WASHCO, INC. QUICK SERVICE LAUNDRY AND TOWEL SERVICE Whom, Ihen, do I call educaied? Firsf, Ihose who conI'roI circumsiances ins+eacI of being masiered by Ihem, 'rhose who mee'I all occasions man- fuIIy and ac'I' in accordance wiI'I1 in+eIIigen'I Ihinking, Ihose who are honorable in all dealings, who 'rreai' goocinaiurediy persons and ihings 'rhaf are disagreeable: and' furihermore, Ihose who hold 'Iheir pieasures under confrol and are noi' overcome by misfor'I'uneg finally, Ihose who are noi spoiled by success. 2334 Norih Main SI'ree'l' Dayfon, Ohio ey're happy-and fhey aII THOMA CONTACT LENS SERVICE EXCLUSIVE CONTACT LENS TECHNICIANS, WHERE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING IS EVIDENCED BY THE MANY SUCCESSFUL WEARERS 7I4 Reibold Building Dayfon 2, Ohio 228-870I J. WILLIAM CONROY SALES DEVELOPMENT BUILDING RAY E. BELL, Realtor Office 298-7459 Res. 299-903 I 24I2 Far Hills Avenue Dayfon, Ohio One of fhe NaI'ion's Largesf Suppliers of I Fine Office Furnifure and Equipmenf. Up and Coming Execufives, as WeII as Those Already There, Choose . . . II I-I I3 E. Third Sfreef 228-6I75 Take Time 'Io Look Over Their Fine Assorfmenf of Furnifure and Equipmenf. I f4 MILLIES BRIDAL SHOPPE 4 Compleie Wedding Service ' Bride and Bridesmaids' Gowns lnvi'I'a'I'ions Phofo-Sfory ,-if EX Wedding Accessories Napkins Gifls Formals Flowers Recepiions I ig if Renial Service F X1 Men's Formal Wear Hoops , f Recepiion Facili'ries i 4-17 YOUR WEDDING PLANS BECOME REAL AT A MODEST COST Hills and Dales Shopping Cenier 298-I I88 298-770i Com plimenfs of CAPRI BOWLING LAN ES "Bowling al Hs FinesJr" 2727 S. Dixie Highway 298-74Il Gordie Ankney shows Sherry Kaufman how io SCOPE G Slfilfe- WITHOUT A SHADOW OF A DOUBT The besi' in heavy machinery moving and hauling is done by . . . FOREMAN MOVERS -A-1 ,. , HA! LIFETIME or YOUR IOS-fm I UIASSRING """ 1 : IZIA I ::,:, :,, .,::::::::,::: 14: ZI, l gg-mzrilifiiiriiiIS2252EE1352E2iErErES5E32EES3tf:2:i '-blkkkmkme2222A-aezkbuxzrzen::ar:-:-:f:-:-:-:,:-:-:-:-:':-:-:-:-:-:-:-:+:-:I:-:-:-:'Q-:-1-1-:-11:-:4:-:I:I512:2:2:f1I12:1:1:4r:2:2:1:2: TONY MORROW Box I5 Springfield, Ohio after the prom.qame,or show is ihe place to go... f '----f Huis' v-- -' for fhe bigger and beffer hamburgers and famous JUMBO DURGERS also a wide varrefy of unusual sandwiches complefe meafs soups salads DINING ROOM ' TELETRAY CAR SERVICE ' CARRY OUT DRIVE IN RESTNJRANT 2 I i gorgeous desserfs, malfs, shakes, cokes, and coffee . . . lg PRODUCTION CONTROL UNITS, INC. Designers and Builders of IncIus+riaI Equipmenf 299-5594 2280 W. Doro+I1y Lane Dayfon 39, Ohio A Gazing a+II1e many machines are Mike Schardi' and Larry GoebeI. KAR - KARE 309 I WiImingI'on Pike 298-6753 WAXING GLAZING MOTOR STEAMING We Really "Care" For Your Car SLYDER'S TAVERN 836 Wa'I'ervie'r Avenue 256-933 I Compliments of THE PATTERSON RESTAURANT 2l0O Soulh PaH'erson Boulevard 293-222l FRIGIDAIRE Made in Day'I'on . . . Sold in Daylon . . . Serviced in Daylon . . . And lhe leading dealer in Daylon is McCOY'S APPLIANCES 240 Easl' S+roop Road 293-5602 3868 Linden Ave. 252-3242 2659 Sou'l'l1 Dixie 298-753l POELKING LANES l403 Wilmingfon Pilce 299-5573 Congralulalions and success lo 'rhe class of l962 in all 'lheir fulure endeavors. I . I W I .IIUJ3 I Af? m GiYT',' i Hb 7 r 1 I C J A, . ' v - 4 ?.f7 N' r' I . IJ.,-Qfff..-, I ,,r EAGER BEAVER MARKET g-I If I M Q I I 'f ci-lolcE-cuT MEATS Q L: +'lE4Q- 13? I:-7 1 L' H Q , I :-TF ! A 3I24 Wilmingfon Pike 293-21 I6 N- I I II 'I ' .1-,-.x51,l,g,'i',: N KN I THE BEST QUALITY GLASS FURNITURE TOPS AND MIRRORS THE GEORGE BEHM 81 SONS COMPANY 24 McDonougI1 S+ree'r 228-7 I 93 EVERETT JONES Builder and General Contractor Residen+iaI and Lighr Commercial Building I00 PaHerson Road 293-5420 STARR PHARMACY IFormerIy Herbsi' Pharmacyl 466 PaH'erson Road a+ Shroyer Phone 293-I I I9 PRESCRIPTIONS For anylhing under I'he sun Cards, s+a+ionery, gills You, loo, should come Io . . JEMIMA RUSSELL'S TOWN AND COUNTRY 298-I423 FAIRBORN PLAZA 878-8675 Wrapping, 'rylng . . . wrapping. lying are Donna Beasley FINER FASHIONS Always al f O 1 n g e 1' ' S CASUAL WEAR I7 Greene S+. Xenia, Ohio ? How will ou use Today the Class of '62 joins a distinguished group of graduates throughout the nation. Your most priceless graduation gift is TIME. You can look forward to approximately 100,000 working hours before you reach retirement age. YOUR 100,000 HOURS? Actually, 100,000 hours is not a great deal of time. You cannot afford to make many false starts. You should do some hard thinking right now, decide what you want to do in life, and then plan how to achieve your goal. No matter what field you choose . . . business or medicine, electronics or finance, engineering or the social sciences . . . fantastic changes are being made. Trained minds are needed more than ever before to maintain this progress and make the World of Tomorrow a better place in which to live. How you invest your 100,000 working hours will be the answer to how successful you become in whatever field of endeavor you select for your life's work. THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY WOODMAN LAN ES 36 AIVII: LANES KeHering's Finesi PRO-SHOP Ball, Bags, and Shoes Coffee Shop Open Bowling aI' All Times 3200 Woodman Drive 293-3 I 79 Congra+uIaIions Io 'I'he Class of I962 THE MYRON CORNISH COMPANY Wes+ Doro+hy Lane and NYCRR DAYTON, OHIO G. C. MURPHY COMPANY The CompIe'I'e Varie'ry SI'ore Hills and Dales Shopping Cenier WesI' Doroihy Lane and Rou'Ie 25 1 T. E. DUNLEVEY 81 SON Plumbing and Heating 293-4066 Z And may all your fondest hopes and ambitions come true xc 4 5' THE ORIGINAL. A BIG B0 Y TELEPHONE F, E . . 1 V I 4 Answering Service 4 'QW -- N- . avg . x . I 'IQ' WE ANSWER YOUR PHONE ,:.. -4 - - X PROVIDE SECRETARIAL SERVICE " 3 IN FURNISH A MAILING ADDRESS ir Q fa Hourly Rales for Perl' Time Service dh' ,il :J Low Monfhly Rales for Full Service W CALL AX 3-sson Y, N I Office Associates P W f Geor9e'r'I'a M. Olson-Owner 5.3 I568 W. Doro'I'I1y Lane in Hills ancl Dales Cenfer Q ff-mx 5 MA E camera nares, inf. 21 EAST SECOND STREET EASTOWN WESTOWN TOWN 8- COUNTRY M O L- E S When IITHIS ITDLIIEZIEEI .Fnonw . . . "THE DAIRY WITH COWS" MOLER'S BELMONT DAIRY 3230 SmiI'I1viIIe Road 253-4 I 67 MII ICQ. me wma cows Susan I-IaII and Befsy Palrferson learn +I1ere's more Io dairying Ihan iusf cows. Best Wishes Lghfthomlf vel w I ins: Class of I96Z Congra'rula+ions anal Besi' Wishes +0 The Class of i962 From THE CHAS. WUICHET CC. Sheel' Meral and Roofing Confraclors William lBilIl Bauer i229 E. Third Harold Lyle Vice Presidenf Dag'gg?i4?8h'o Presicleni' FIDELITY PRESCRIPTICDNS 6 Professional Pharmacies 20I 38 2734 2309 395i 42. S. Main S+. N. Main S+. Salem Ave. Far Hills Ave. Far Hills Ave. Wyoming S+. THE BELMONT AUTO THEATRE Your Family Theafre 2240 COUNTY LINE ROAD Takes Pleasure in Congralulaling The Class of I962 Choose your career carefully . . . AHend I'he 0 O Q SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE I24 Eas+ Third S+ree+ 222 4674 Hungry for good food? . . . Visil' I'he home of Ke++ering's Number one pizza . . . ANGELINA'S KETTERING VILLAGE INN GOOD FOOD ALL THE TIME 39IO Far Hills Avenue 293-2I44 "AII'er 'Ihe games, p' ' g I- p ' lly IA g I y D N Molly Wyhle, Dave K 1+ d C I R d Iph Flowers smell good . . . As flowers should . . . .Zeke-Qy-Yliu from TOWN 81 COUNTRY FLORIST 4I00 W. Town and Counlry Road 293-396i KeHering Wlwere fine lurnilure is a Jrradilion . . N Open Monday and Friday W 9 a.m. +o 9 p.m. Closed Wednesday al' Noon 36 W. Main Sfreel' Xenia Call Collecl' DRalce 2-3579 ACME CARPET SERVICE RUG CLEANING "ALL RUGS RESlZED" Wall +o Wall Carpel' Cleaning-ln Home or Office A COMPLETE CARPET SERVICE 90l Wayne Avenue We Are as Close as Your Phone 223-IO86 Qualify Brick Homes in Keflering Graduales B 2237 ROBERT E. MILLER '45 ox . RODNEY M. MILLER '49 Davfon 29- OHIO CONGRATULATIONS Io Ihe '62 Yearbook SIaff From Your Yearbook PhoI'ographer H. A. POWELL Michigan Ohio LOWELL BAUMKER IRENE REDMAN WILLIAM OLANDER Phofographer RecepIionis+ Phofographer Ivlr. Graham Ives Befs Srnifh and Linda Bur er a few oinfers on h I Q Y 9 P ow o parallel park. I TAKE A GOOD LOOK! Pontiac has always been one of Americans finest cars THE I962 PONTIAC has sei' a new sfandard of slyle, speed, and superioriiy 'For cars Ihe world over. In addifion, Ihere is in Daylon a dealer whose repuialion has never been quesiioned and who deIigh'rs in giving a good deal on one of Ihe beef cars anywhere. This is, of course. RODGERS PONTIAC Ludlow and Franklin 223-423I 2' . Qiigillhilq jest W my viffflii ii ' rillrllrl ' re-E i- ee i i le, ---' we 'ki' To get downto BRASS TIXCKS Whether you are a commercial or academic student, the telephone company may have a spot that would suit you very nicely . . . one that provides a good salary and excellent opportunities to get ahead. The point ls: lf you are a girl who is 3bUl-it to graduate, we would like to talk with you in our employment office . . . oi-no BELL. VIC CASSANO 81 MOM DONISI PIZZA KINGS 402l Far Hills Avenue 299-3568 2308 E. Dorothy Lane 298-729i 22I0 S. Patterson Blvd. 298-l48l Nancy Perry and Mary Clarke say, "Anytime is pizza time," , A-:ml lei? ,. L: ,- i .. 51211 , . , ,,.. ., Merit. , . . Abrams, Agenbroad, Agnor, Aills, Ambrosino,AndersoQ',,',iJ5Qkpe1rfiAnthony, Armacost, Armitage, Aultz, Ayres, Baczurik, Bader, Bailey, Baines, Baird, Baker, Barker, Barry, Barth, Bayless, Bean, Beasley, Begsgfl. Barnat, Berner,Berry, Biersack, Biondie, Bit- zer, Blair, Blome, Bogan, Bogan, Boles, Boyles, Brackney, Brady, Brown, Bruns, Brust, Buchman, Burger, Butt Buzzard Byrne Campbell Cannon Qaflfiwi' ltl': Cari' Caudill Cavanagh Chalecki ChalitberfI'Clitaiieyiltiiblidiilidfiiigfttisiig Ciambro Clark Clarke Claypool Cline helnsl, Close, Cobb, Colburn, Colle, Coons: Cooper, Cbrban, Credlebaugh, Creeger: Cushen, Custer, Dagley, Danson, Deady, Dean, Deets, Dempsey, Denges, Denney, Deteifilf2,iUiErker, Dieterle, DoebIer,' Donaghy, Donovan , Doolan, Dorosky, 'Duncan, Dungan, Dunn, Edwards, Egleston, Eichenla'iHSff"EIrod, Eltzroth, Engle, Falzerano, Fessler, Finegold, Findlay, Finke, Fletcher, Forquer, Forthofer, Franklin, Fraser, Freeman, Gaines, Galloway, Gebhart, George, Gibson, Gilbert, Gillespie, Gilmore, Girston, Glascock, Glass, Gow, Graeber, Graves, Gray, Greer, Gressner, Grice, Guenthner, Gulick, Gumm, Gump, Haber, Hack, Halderman, Hall, Hanson, Harrod, Harshman, Hartley, Hartzel, Heikes, Hemker, Henderson, Herman, Hertlein, Herti, Highly, Hill, Hirsch, Hogan, Hoilman, Hola, Holcomb, Hoppe, Horlacher, Horn, Hornsby, Howe. HOYGF. HOYIG. Hllden. Hutchison, Hyre, liams, Irvin, Jacobs, Jahn, Janney, Johnson, Jordan, Kash, Kaufman, Keene, Keener, Kimber, Krndeii, Kindric1e5f2?iisifi2Qizw+r'Krrcnner, Kistner, Kleinberg, Kmett, Knott, Knowlton, Knox, Kohl, Krohn, Laughlin, Laurito, Leap, Lehman, Lighthiser, Limbert, Lindsey, Linville, Litsey Littell, Little Lovins. I-0YiQEiliSflf,fIlQl5oS,, Machael, Machowsky McCabe McCafferty, McClelland, McDonald, Megrew, Malin, Mercs, Merriman, Mesarvey, Meuche,MeyE1,Q2g,f ii,,1Q f',iQgg5,,E,Miller,Minnish, Mooney, Moore, oreland, Morrison, Morrow, Mosier, Mote, Mountz, Mowen, Muha, Mullins, Mulvaney, Ness, Nehez, Neyhouse, Ondre, Ono, Osborn, Osborne, Osman, Otto, Overholser, Owens, Oxley, Parrott, Peelle, PdnninQt,?n,I,,fI2ggpIes, Perkins, Perry, Pester, Peters, Peterson, Phillips, Piero, Pine, Plumb, Pompos, Porter, PowerggiQgi",ff,Igg,32iLgiQ,,rofitt, Prosser, PurkdYj',iRiiiiffek'baiigh, Rader, RamgriiQ,fg,gfg,Bgitiiolph, Rauch, Reed, Reynolds, Richards, Riley, Ringlespaugh, Rim. Roafk. R0befiS. R0b2rtS0r1. Rommel, Rosenquist, R9ss,EE7QjRi:issoin, Roush, Rueschhoff, Russell, Rutherford, Sacksteder, Saemann, Satreed, Salyers, Schade, Schadle, Schleinitz, Schoepfle, Schuder, Schwartz, Scott, Scroggy, Sea, Seeler, - - - ,,,, f - - - McKnight, McLaughlin, McSherry, Magill, Marchio, Marsee, Massie, Maul, Medlin, Seibert, Senft, Severns, Shalt, Shaver, Shoemaqgigergjgigiiemaker, Shonk,,fE3itir'ttE,MSila5,M.5i,lcox, Simpson, Sblginner, Slaidins, Smalley, Smith, Snively, SOFQ. SPICIYEF. Stahl. Slallard. Steel. StVgiE3gfl,f,ggQttenkamp, Strickle, Struble, Stuck, Studebaker, Supensky, Swisher, Tamplin, Tanner, Toll, ,,i Trimble, Triplett, Tritch, Twohig, Unger, Vogel, Voorhees, Waag, Walker, Wax, Whipp, White, Whitehead, Whitesell, Whiting, Whyte, Wilkins Williams, Wilson wmgruber woiienigiiipi, Qweaaesesisio w koff Wymer, vm-li Yost, Young Zell, Zimmer, Zinn, Zotter, C. H. Myers I 'iii I "" I CE. H. Myers Company HORLACHER FLOWERS, INC. 9I9 Alber+a Avenue Day'l'on 9, Ohio Janer Fenlon and Jim l-lorlacher show inleresl' in flowers from Horlacher's DON MEN DEN HALL, INC. 2928 Sou+h Dixie Avenue Day'I'on 9, Ohio 293-7437 Acous'l'ical Ceilings Carpeis Floor Tile Linoleum Commercial and Resiclen'I'ial lns+alla+ions From sand piles .ff io parking lois . . . 5 r PYPER SAND 8. GRAVEL ' . 7 ,. 51,5 ---- 1-.. ' i n l ririr l F -H - hy , riu ar HI s Avenue KeHermg flu--.M ,...,, -'r Q f ' vw . L - L ? QWMM i ,. ' .ir 1 . 'ii 5 .... . . PHONE 299-5551 FOR 'iii 5.l 'l.5'. ll. . ..5. PROMPT DELIVERY A .l5.. 555. .vli . 55.5 -, ..,, 5 -. . .. 1 . 'N ' L A lrrer reife g o r 1 l'i A lie 278 Compliments of DOOLEY'S PHARMACY 3706 WILMINGTON PIKE 298-7329 We give a special "IwisI"' I'o fashion . . . preseni- ing smarh sopI1isI'icaI'ecI cIo'rhes for many-occas- ion wear aI' very inviI'ing prices. THAL'S I7 S. MAIN ST. DAYTON, OHIO Aniia Trenner impaiienily I I: L I. If D I B yf Ih ++ I err or e nex " wis " SWANGO 81 SONS CONSTRUCTION CO. Builders for 45 Years Sillinq in a lovely Swango buill home are: Judy Bailey, Ken? Jamison, Barbara Hoffman, Bill Mclilyea, and Kaihy Hollis. LEO HOLLY 299-4101 Sales Manager 299-7716 D 81 C TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. 20 S'rain+on Ave. Daylon 3, Ohio 253-6I7I "The Besl in Molor Carrier Service" AH Needlework Domesfic and lmporfed KniI'I'ec.l SlcirI's Besi- Wishes Bolany Yarns Suns Shodened +0 ...he Reynolds Ribbons Bl0Clfif19 Class of l962 for Dresses 555716 :yarn Shoppe HILLS AND DALES SHOPPING CENTER FREE INSTRUCTIONS I472 Wesi' Doro'I'hy Lane Hills and Dales Shopping Cenfer CusI'om KniHing Telephone 299-898I DayI'on 9, Ohio prod uctlon desig I1 AUTOMATION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' SPECIAL MACHINES AND ATTACHMENTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - d ELECTRONIC TESTING EQUIPMENT ll1C0l'P0l'Cl te WIRING DIAGRAMS HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS PRODUCTION TOOLING DRAFTING CONSULTING l552 Wesl DoroI'hy Lane Daykm 9' Ohio E. G. SCHLEINITZ 298- I 494 Presidenl' Carol Schleinifz shows Inferesf in her fa+her's work. 9 TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER "' T CHEVROLET DAYTON'S VOLUME SALES LEADER BY FAR! Year aHer year, Whi+e-Allen CheVroIe+ sells more cars, new and usecl, Than any o+her Day'Ion dealer. We gel' BIGGER VOLUME by shaving profi+s, giving higher Trade-in allow- ances, BETTER DEALS! When you're buying a car-gel' a Whi+e-Allen cleal FIRST! I962 CHEVY u NOVA 4oo CHEVROLET ' CHEVY II ' CORVAIR ' CORVETTE if HIGHEST TRADES BIGGEST AND BEST LOWEST PRICES SERVICE DEPARTMENT if MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'N DAYTON - - - OPEN To FIT YOUR BUDGET EVENINGS TIL 7 P.M. NEW CAR SHOWROOM ' 442 N. MAIN ST. 40I N- Main - Phone 224-4697 USED CAR 449 N. Main - Phone 4-436I 3 LOCATIONS I43O Keowee - Phone 2-4093 D ve Profilf recei 'r clion from his iailier on Ihe lafesl' models in Domes+ic and imporI'ed yarns and ltniI'S Impor+ed woolens and auI'I1enI'ic Tar'I'ans Kni'r'Iing accessories, 'Irimming ancl buH'ons Cusrom lcniHing and sewing service Free lcniH'ing ins'Iruc'Iion THE KNIT-KNACK SHOP, INC. 2970 Far Hills Avenue PhotoLeo 502 E. Srroop YOUR LOCAL HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FINEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY as. I . S 1 HOWARD JOHNSON'S HOW-CIN-DAY, INC. . 4222 Far Hills Avenue ..........1.......... "We Move 'I'he EarIh." EARL D. CREAGER, INC. Day'ron, Ohio 293-2I58 90I Shroyer Road M C g p Iou+IoJanfeequp enI'vi+aI'Io hiswork. Congrafulafions, Grads Donna Lee School of Dance 256-022 I 552 Wilmingfon Avenue 298-7954 HESTER'S MARKET Open 24 Hours OPEN 7 DAYS INCLUDING HOLIDAYS FEATURING Fresh Qualify Mea'rs Fresh Produce 24-Hour Ice Service 253-2I09 Corner Woodman and Pa'H'erson lt's Fun . . -to live in MARINOLE PARK We like il! Kneeling: Sara Willoughby, Neil Conrad, Pai Haqedon Slanding iirsf row: Terri Wenz, Toni Jackson, Judy Clark, Kalhy Gilbert Judy Sl1aier,ViclciGriemann Slanding second row: Augusl George, Paul Berdalzl, Sian Kuenn CLARK-G REIMAN N DEVELOPMENT CORP. Have an enjoyable evening dining in Ihe Mayfair Room a'I' 'Ihe VAN CLEVE HOTEL Pine Room Wagon Wheel Redwood Room 36 Wes+ Firsf S+. 228-6I3I Gary Cannon and Janice Mole enioy cokes in Ihe Mayfair Room I .ss I' by iiyi K U nderclass Pictu res y iyeey, ia'f I an :Vy H - i ni T. . . S we-L DELMAR M ,.,. , ,. , Wt. Q ' X--. ,ggi-QM, ' I I Don Moore Wholesale Dis+ribu'Iors 'For MOTOROLA TELEVISION CAR RADIOS HOME RADIOS STEREO Mooma EQUIPMENT, :Nc Bes+ Wishes 'ro 'Ihe Class of I962 PROFESSIONAL PATRONS S. DARRELL APT, D.V.IvI. 2340 WiImingI'on Pike Phone: 256-733I B. H. BORDWELL, O.D. Gas 8: Eleclric Building Phone: 228-9562 ALDEN J. BUSH, D.D.S. CON J. FECHER, JR., D.D.S. 3I3 Easl' Slroop Road Phone: 298-I66I DONALD E. FRICKE, D.D.S. 3I3 Eas'I' SI'roop Road Phone: 293-IOI2 JOHN E. GROFF, M.D. 480 Fidelily Building Phone: 222-6072 AMBROSE JOHNSON, D.D.S. I0 Soufhmoor Circle Phone: 293-5563 W. J. LEWIS AND L. M. HALEY, M.D 2567 Far Hills Avenue Phone: 298-735i LOWELL SCHAEUBLIN, D.S.C. I2 Gibbons Arcade Phone: 222-9264 ANTON J. SCHAFFER, D.D.S. 2523 Far Hills Avenue Phone: 299-6766 AIR-FLOW HEATING COMPANY 507 Wes'I'wood Drive DAYTON. OHIO Phone: 263-3578 ALLEN JEWELERS 643 Wa'I'ervIieI' Avenue DAYTON 20, OHIO Phone: 252-3693 BAUER'S RECORDS 8: 828 Wa'IervIieI' Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 253-3749 APPLIANCE BELMONT LANES 84I Wa+ervIie'I' Avenue DAYTON. OHIO Phone: 253-5I58 BRECHT-THEOBALD REALTORS 2533 Far Hills Avenue KETTERING, OHIO Phone 298-755I CASTLE HILLS BARBER SHOP 4009 Far Hills Avenue KETTERING 29, OHIO Phone: 299-3830 COPP RADIO LABORATORIES "Radio and Sound SpeciaIisI's" 333 Wes'I Monumeni' Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 228-4 I 88 BUSINESS PATRONS THE CORBAN REALTY COMPANY I237 KnoH' Building DAYTON 2, OHIO Phone 224-738I DAYTON BAIT 84 MARINE PRODUCTS 270I Soufh Dixie DAYTON, OHIO Phone 299-7905 DELPHINE'S "The La'IesI' in Hair S'I'yIes" 649 WaI'ervIie'r Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone 252-252I DOT'S SUPER MARKET Wa+ervIie'I' ai Pa'H'erson DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 253-6I69 M. L. DUNN COMPANY I20 Easi' Third SI'reeI' DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 222-559I GIRARDOT'S FAMILY SUPERETTE I3I7 Easi' Sfroop Road KETTERING. OHIO Phone 293-903I GARY L. HIBBERD, BUILDING CONTRACTOR 853 Eas'I CenI'erviIIe SI'a'Iion Road CENTERVILLE, OHIO Phone 885-3447 L. WENDELL HUGHES PERSONNEL 349 WesI' Firs'I' S'I'ree'I' DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 228-2I79 IBM ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER DIVISION 370 Wesi' Firs'I Sfreei' DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 226-I88I HARRY KALB FURNITURE 948 Pa'Herson Road DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 293-9202 W. H. KIEFABER COMPANY 40 Keowee SI'reeI' DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 223-2I92 LEONARD'S HAIR FASHION 270I Far HiIIs Avenue OAKWOOD, OHIO Phone: 299-0682 BILLY LEWIS WOMEN'S APPAREL I00 Wes'I Firs+ Sireef DAYTON, OHIO Phone 222-404I MAYER'S LAD'N DAD SHOP 23I2 Far Hills Avenue KETTERIN6, OHIO Phone: 293-6333 McCUNE PHOTOGRAPHY 24I 5 Far Hills Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 298-6602 MEYER 8: BOEHMER I733 Brown SI'ree'I DAYTON, OHIO Phone 223-9II9 MILLER SPORTING GOODS 256 Easl' Sfroop Road KETTERING 29. OHIO Phone: 293-I I09 MANJA MOORE, DANCE STUDIO I5 Norfh Main S+reeI' CENTERVILLE 59. OHIO Phone: 885-389I MURPHY'S PASTRY KITCHEN I0 Wes'r S'I'roop Road KETTERING 29, OHIO Phone: 293-2I77 NELSON'S PHARMACY "We deliver prescrip'I'ions" Wafervliel' and Pa'I"I'erson Road DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 252-0305 BUSINESS PATRONS MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS "Cour'Iesy Demons+ra'I'ions" 223 NorI'h Main SI'ree+ 4I35 Wesl' Town and Counlry DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 228-7592: 293-6562 OAKWOOD FLORIST "Flowers for Every Occasion 23I9 Far Hills Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 293-I I96 PARAMOUNT PERSONNEL SERVICE "DayI'on's Largesl' Employmenl' Agency" I3I NorI'h Ludlow SI'ree'I' Talbo'I'+ Building DAYTON 2, OHIO Phone: 224-5648 LERA RAE DANCE SCHOOLS 386 Wesl' Firsi' S'I'ree'r DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 228-3933 ROUTSONG FUNERAL HOME Brown and Irving DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 293-4I37 RUTH 81 VIRGINIA, INC. 254I Far Hills Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 298-4403 SCHLIENTZ 8: MOORE I632 Wayne Avenue DAYTON IO, OHIO Phone: 253-I44I KARL TAYLOR ORCHESTRAS 8: ENTERTAINMENT 264 CheI'I'enham Drive DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 298-5242 TOMMY TUCKER FLOWERS 6I0 Wa'rervlie'I Avenue DAYTON, OHIO Phone: 253-5I78 TOWN 81 COUNTRY SHELL 3960 Far Hills Avenue KETTERING, OHIO Phone: 298-6l II VAN BUREN APARTMENTS I956 Soufh Smifhville Road KETTERING 20, OHIO Phone: 256-306l VAN BUREN TEXACO 2296 Soufh Smilhfield Road KETTERING, OHIO Phone: 252-459I 289 MR. AND MRS. E. J. ADSIT, JR. 4608 Hastings Drive Terry ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. W. ALBAUGH 264 Balmoral Drive Linda IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. DON D. ALLEN 3109 Sutton Avenue Jean Ann ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. O. NELSON ALLEN 3824 Roslyn Avenue Larkin IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GAYLORD N. ALSPACH 3444 Oakmont Avenue Cathy IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN AMBROSINO 3789 Utica Drive Marcia IWJ Senior MR. AWD MRS. DAVID H. ANDREWS 1112 Mendota Court Janet IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WM. D. APPLE 3401 Tall Timber Trail Donna IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GRIFFIN L. ASHBY 2185 Bending Willow Drive Suzette ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. IVAN ASHWORTH 3101 Regent Street Phil IEJ Senior MRS. LUCILLE AUGHE 3116 Delaney Street Robert Trimble IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. CHAS. E. AULTZ 3119,Aerial Avenue Joanie ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. I. R. AULTZ 3420 Sagamon Avenue Susanne IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. AULTZ 2469 South Patterson Blvd. Cynthia IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. JACK BACH 3780 Woodman Drive Janet ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. F. BAINES 268 West Stroop Road Carole ICJ Sophomore Tom ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. M. R. BAINTER 1912 East Bataan Drive Penny IWJ Junior MR. AND MRS. HARRY A. BALTRUNAT 617 Wedgew'ood Avenue Sue ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM D. BANKS 3540 Echo Spring Trail Penny IWJ Sophomore S MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE BARKER 2750 Winton Drive Jo Ann ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. VIRGIL BATTENBERG 963 Renwood Drive Carolyn IEJ Senior MR. AND INIRS. XVM. R. BAUER 248 Napolem Drive Richard IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. GLENN BAYLESS 2026 Archmore Drive Tarren ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. BEARD 1733 Hillwood Drive Charles IXVJ Junior 290 PARENT PATRONS MR. AND MRS. C. C. BEARDSLEY 4301 Lamont Drive Craig ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. T. R. BEASLEY 1000 Gardner Road Donna IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BEEBE 1321 Tall Timber Trail Linda IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE BELL 1121 Eureka Drive Alice ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. KORAL BERRY 4711 Wilmington Road Dale IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. R. P. BERTSCHY 3686 Ridgeway Road Anne ICJ Sophomore MRS. RUTH E. BESANCENEY 1580 Stockton Avenue Joy IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WELDON BEVERLY 2116 Westlawn Drive Carolyn IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CLETUS BIERSACK 1712 Rockhurst Avenue Patty Ann IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. WILMER BLAIR 2717 Cadillac Street Ellen ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. M. A. BLECK 3406 Sagamon Avenue Ed ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. J. R. BOESEL 3100 Grist Mill Court Bradley ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ALFRED BOLENDER 1156 Donson Drive MR. AND MRS. JOFFRE BOLES 4601 Sunray Road Kaye IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. W. L. BORCHERS 801 Blossom Heath Road Terry IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. BOSSI 3133 Locust Camp Road Charles ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN BOWDEN 3225 Wilmington Avenue Joe ICJ Senior Charlane IEJ Sophomore MRS. C. PALMER BOYLES 1251 Westcliff Court C. Pamela ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. W. T. BRADFORD 2658 Circleview Drive Mary Ann ICJ Junior Vonda Kaye ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ANDREW BRADLEY 3250 Powhatton Place Keith IWJ Junior DR. AND MRS. DANIEL E. BRANNEN 449 Chatham Drive Barbara Jane IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H. C. BRAUN 4117 Stonehaven Road Tom ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE W. BRECHLIN 2553 Galevvood Street Alicia Carol ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR BRINKEL, JR. 3 Civic Place Diane IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. SAM BRITTON 1434 Horlacher Avenue Brenda IEJ Senior Linda ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. WM. E. BROEDLING 306 Parkdale Drive Suzanne IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FORREST BROOKS 317 Avon Way Ed ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. F. BROWN 2521 East Stroop Road Arleen IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL V. BROWN 821 Brubaker Drive Gary IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES F. BURGER 30 Abbot Drive Linda IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. C. J. CANNON 131 Snow Hill Avenue Gary IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. RALPH CARR 4848 XValden Lane Becky ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ROY CASHOUR 2617 South Boulevard Roy ICJ Sophomore DR. AND MRS. DARRELL C. CAUDILL 497 Winding Way Darryln IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. CAVANAGH 3890 Villanova Drive Richard IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHAKRIAN 108 Wyngate Drive Susan Mary ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MARION CHALECKI 643 Cushing Avenue Ronald ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. R. R. CHARTRAW 3848 Ackerman Boulevard Candi IXVJ Junior Suzanne ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRED W. CHESLEY 2600 Blackhawk Road Kathleen Ebert IEJ Senior Carolyn Ebert IEJ Sophomore MRS. EVELYN F. CLARK 333 Canterbury Drive Judy ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. P. H. CLARK 2551 Adirondack Trail Mimi IWJ Sophomore Stasia IEJ Junior MRS. GLADYS H. CLARKE 149 South Pelham Drive Mary ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. RONALD R. CLARKE 3101 Beaver Avenue Margaret ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAY E. CLEMMER 1701 Mayfield Avenue Karen Matonis IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RALPH F. CLOSE 1612 Springhill Avenue Gary IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT H. COLBURN 3103 Lenox Drive Jim IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. FARRELL A. COLE 428 Cushing Avenue Ted ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. COLLINS 641 Hadley Avenue Gwendolyn ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WALLACE J. CORBAN 1340 Laurelwood Road Bill IEJ Senior COLONEL AND MRS. JOHN M. COULTER 1511 Marilyn Avenue LeRoy IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. ELVIN E. COX 2972 Oakland Avenue Sharon Lee IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. XVINFRED CRAFT 754 Cushing Avenue Diana IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. THOMAS CRAUDER 4341 Tangent Drive Cynthia ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. R. P. CREAGER, SR. 4432 Clarendon Drive Jane Ellen IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. J. LARRY CROSSLEY 4121 Burning Tree Karen ICJ Sophomore Jim IEJ Sophomore NIR. AND lvIRS. ROBERT T. CURTIS 1 Nightingale Place Candace IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GLENN CUSHEN 149 Greendale Drive Phyllis IXVJ Senior MR. AND MRS. EDXVARD DANIELS 2749 Galdstone Street James David IXVJ Sophomore MRS. F. M. DANSON 2917 Oakley Avenue Forrest ICJ Senior Delia IXVJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. C. XV. DARNELL 4889 Bigger Road Carla IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. DAVIS 248 Canterbury Drive Dick IEJ Junior Ann IEJ Sopliornore MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. DELANEY 3602 Blocker Drive Karen Ann IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. F. A. DELCONTIVO 2102 Craig Drive F. D. IDinnyJ IXVJ Junior MR. AND MRS. A. J. DENGES 1524 Marilyn Avenue Susan IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD F. DENNEY 2152 Courtland Avenue Judy IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT DETRICK 3009 Gracemore Avenue Jenny IXVJ Junior MR. AND MRS. C. M. DEXTER 2249 Aragon Avenue Susie IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. R. DIAL 1709 Rockhurst Avenue Mary IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. AMOS DICKE 1108 XVillovvdale Avenue Nancy ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ALVIN DINWIDDIE 951 Renwoocl -Drive Judy ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE DONSON 3424 Lenox Drive Jack IEJ Sophomore Diane IXVJ Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN DOOLAN 1921 Echo Wfoods Court Pat IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD DUGAN 5010 Vale Drive Pat IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. STANLEY DYBVIG 3480 Westbury Road Karen IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN EARNHART 1650 Cloverfield Avenue Anna ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES EDXVARDS 3917 Traine Drive Kathy ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILTON EDWARDS 50 Dewey Drive Patricia IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT EICHENLAUB 115 N. Bromfield Road Tom ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIS EICKMAN 165 Chatham Drive MR. AND MRS. A. W. ENGELHART 115 Storms Road Carol IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. J. ERP 885 Greenhouse Drive Ann ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DUANE ERVIN 2858 Patterson Road Dan ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. G. R. ESTES 2015 Pittsfield Avenue Bobby IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. FRANK FANNING 793 Lovetta Drive Jane IWJ Junior MR. AND MRS. FRED FENSEL 1205 Lytle Lane Phil IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. W. A. FINDLAY 505 Oakview Drive Susan ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM FINIGAN 524 Tamarack Trail Michael ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. H. FINKE 4148 Stonehaven Road John IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. R. L. FISHER 4000 Dogwood Trail David IWJ Junior MR. AND MRS. L. HOWARD FLATTER 4209 Schrubb Drive John ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. NORMAN FLEDDERJOHN 252 Castle Drive Sue IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LEONARD FLYNN 5255 Powhattan Place Charlene IXYJJ Junior NIR. AND MRS. NORMAN FORTHOFER 1628 Dutchess Avenue Ronald IEJ Senior Shirley ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES F. FOSTER g 19-12 XVest Bataan Drive Donald IEJ Junior DR. AND MRS. ARTHUR E. FOUKE 4351 Overland Trail Judy ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM FRAZEE 5905 Mengel Drive Steve IXVJ Sophomore LT. COL. AND MRS. LYLE C. FREED 8171 Larriwood Avenue Ginger IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DXWIGHT FREIDLINE 445-10 Glenheath Drive Steve IXVJ Junior MR. AND MRS. F. A. GEBHART 654 Corona Drive Dan ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. AUGUST GEORGE 4908 Far Hills Avenue Augie ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL GESKE 116 Greendale Drive Nannette ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. GIBSON 926 Wenbrook Drive Nancy ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAIVIES GIFFIN 11 Chippendale Place J. Richard IWJ Junior DR. GORDON GILBERT 4800 Judith Drive Kathy ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. GENE GIRTON 101 Foxridge Drive Steve ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. C. R. GODONVN 2664 Aragon Avenue North Bonnie Lou ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. S. A. GOODE 1624 Cloverfield Jim IWJ Junior Gloria ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. C. C. GOODRICH 4384 Jonathan Drive Tina IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. T. GOW 233 Winding Way Ellen IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. GRAHAM 920 Willowdale Avenue Ronnie ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT K. GRAY 4715 Fawnwood Road Robert IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT K. GRIERSON 1658 Gremont Circle Michelle ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. VERNE C. GROSS 5105 Ridgemore Avenue Phyllis IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. N. J. GULICK 5042 Regent Street Sandra Jane IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES V. GUMP 2625 Hazelwood Avenue LeAnn ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. MERLE GUTH 1572 Central Park Avenue Thomas Gene ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD HABER 1033 Chateau Drive Susan ICJ Senior Barbara IXVJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CLARK J. HAINES 551 Lonsdale Avenue MR. GlI.BERT HALL 107 David Road Diana IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND HANNAH 1629 Tabor Avenue Clara IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. M. D. HARNER 957 Hollendale Drive Julie ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. T. HARRISON 5700 Wlenbrook Drive Rick IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. W. HARTZEL 4209 Burchdale Street Abbie ICJ Senior Margaret ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROY L. HATFIELD 4812 Mad River Road Mary Ruth ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. R. E, HEADRICK 3500 Pobst Drive Ella ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE HEATH 2254 East Bataan Drive Martha IWJ Junior MR. AND MRS. R. E, HEFFNER 4441 Bigger Road Robin ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. VERNIE HEIZER 2908 Ghent Avenue Sharon IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RICHARD J. HELLER 312 Orangewood Drive Betsy IEJ Sophomore Fred ICJ Junior MR. AND INIRS. ROBERT H. HELSER 613 Wedgewood Avenue Gerald IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. R. C. HENRY 1618 Springhill Avenue Barbara IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. H. R. HERMETZ 1620 Kantner Drive Michael IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. N. A. HESS 817 Fairacres Drive Jean ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. MARION F. HEUSER 4601 Hastings Drive Joyce IXVJ Sophomore MR. LENA L. HILL 2862 Acosta Street Pamela ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK HODGKINSON 501 Laurelann Drive Gayle ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS, RALPH XV. HOEFLING 821 Beech Hill Road Sharon IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. M. HOPPE 2625 W'ilmington Pike Kenneth IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. HORN 546 Lamont Drive Jan IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN C. HOXVE 2058 Stayman John ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT HOXVE 40-I8 Meadovvcroft Road Karen IWJ Senior MR. AND MRS. JEROME HUFF 1156 Imperial Boulevard Keith Cruze IEJ Junior MR, ALFRED I-IUFFMAN 5855 Robertann Drive Martin ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. R. J. HUGHES 2812 Oakley Avenue Betty Ann ICJ Senior Bob ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT HUME 5209 Delaney Street Jim IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GILMER HURLEY 5256 Bulah Avenue Judy IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. I.. C, HURLEY 50 East Wlren Circle Pat ICJ Junior INIR. AND MRS. F. E, HUTCHESON 1224 Laurelwood Road Tom IXVJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CARLETON HYDE 1281 Brooklands Road Philip IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EARL F. INMAN 2009 Craig Drive Diana Geiger ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. XVILLIAM ISBELL 2275 Vale Drive Richie IXVJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HARRY R. JACKSON 311 Laurelann Drive Toni IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. XVILLIAM JAHN 2025 Hempstead Road Bob ICJ Sophomore Bill ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. CARL L. JAMES 3826 Kenwick Drive John IXVJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RAY M. JAMISON 4921 Arrowhead Drive Kent IEJ Junior MR. AND MRS. BOB JENNINGS 2081 Westlawn Drive Charles ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. S. JOHNSON 2900 Patterson Road Cheryl IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MILFORD JONES 2281 East Stroop Road Louise Estes IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. NORMAN JUMP 1508 Constance Avenue Greg ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EDWARD KALAT 126 Castle Drive James IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RICHARD KAUFMAN 4155 Renvvood Drive Sherry IXVJ Senior MR. AND MRS. Tl-IOISIAS KEENE 2401 Culver Avenue Michele IWJ Senior James IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ORLAND KEENER 4496 Sunray Road Sandra IEJ Senior MR. AND MRS. NORBERT KEENEY 1565 Constance Avenue Cheryl IEJ Senior Norbert IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT KEISTER 1560 Constance Avenue Martha ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. REECE KEITER 1101 Eldorado Avenue Marcia ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS, DON KEMPER 2574 Adirondack Trail Karen IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. XVILLIAM KENT 1401 Berwin Avenue Susan Irene Barton IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES T. KETTEMAN 2251 Farmside Drive Helen ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. ORRAN KIDD 1117 Donson Drive Nikita IEJ Junior MRR AND MRS. XV. H. KIEFABER, J . 5752 Blossom Heath Road Kandy IXVJ Senior MR. AND IVIRS. WILLIAM C. KIRCHNER 4860 Bonnie Road June ICJ Senior MR. AND MRS. DEAN W. KISSELL 1501 Glenbeck Avenue Doug ICJ Junior MR. AND MRS. FREDRICK C. KLIM 233 Napeleon Drive Kathryn ICJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. KLING 4541 Twilight Hill Drive Debby IWJ Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLARD KORMOS 2705 Blackhawk Road Greg IEJ Sophomore MR. AND MS. ROBERT M. KREBS 4809 Wilmington Road 291 MR. AND MRS. STANLEY M. KROHN, III 2427 Edenhill Avenue Judith CCD Senior MRS. STEVE KRZNARICH 3173 Sunny Crest Lane Gail Ann CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. W. XYJHITNEY KUENN 4816 Sunray Road Stanley CXVD Senior . Nancy Machael CED Senior MR. AND MRS. HENRY KUSI-INER 1107 Kenosha Road Patricia Ann Stoner CWD Senior MRS. MARY LEE LANTZ 4216 Pennlyn Avenue Karen CED Senior MR. AND MRS. H. R. LAMME 4345 Tam-o-Shanter Katie CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEORGE A. LANGSTON 4725 Rean Meadow Drive Peggy CED Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. LATHRUP 1249 Laurelwood Road Bob CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. VIRGIL LAUDERBACK 1949 Smithville Road Marsha CCD Senior MR. AND MRS. ROY A. LAWHORN 3064 Viewcrest Place Barbara CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES P. LAWRENCE 2921 Wehrly Avenue Donald CWD Senior AND MRS. RICHARD E. LEE, 4521 -Rean Meadow Drive Carol CED Sophomore Connie CCD Sophomore MR, AND MRS. CARL F. LILIENKAMP 4821 Archmore Drive Linda Barrett CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. KENNETH LINDSEY 440 Rockhill Avenue Caroline CED Junior MR. AND MRS. WAYNE R. LISTON 408 Brydon Road Sue CCD Junior MRS. V. E. LLOYD 304 Schuyler Drive Valerie CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H. V. LOGAN 3280 Ridgeview Avenue Bob CWD Senior Steve CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DON LOOKABAUGH 1 Huntington Place Bob CED Junior MR. AND MRS. HOWARD LOOMIS 2632 Aragon Avenue South Barbara CWD Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM E. LOVINS ' 3405 Sharon Avenue Laura CED Senior MR. AND MRS. LEE H. LOWRY 121 North Bromfield Road Stephen CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN T. LUCAS 4826 Ridgebury Road MR. AND MRS. FRANK S. MADDEN 2076 Maplecrest Drive Bill CED Junior MR. AND MRS. UNIE MARTIN 2264 Broadmoor Drive Daniel CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES J. MARSHALL 2816 Royalston Avenue Charles CWD Junior 292 MR. AND MRS. E. MARCHIO, JR. 4837 Donnie Road Diana CWD Senior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD W. MATTHEWS 720 Schuyler Drive Dianne CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND MAYS 1740 Manlyn Avenue Elizabeth CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE R. MCAFEE 1300 Robert Dickey Parkway Chris CED Senior MR. AND MRS. WALTER S. MCCARTNEY 3024 Claar Avenue Larry CED Sophomore MR. AND -MRS. ELMER MCCOY 2272 Patricia Drive Gerald CWD Junior Kenneth CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. MEEKER 4321 Trails End Drive Sally CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. W. E. MEYER 4440 Jonathan Drive Kent CCD Senior Paul CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. M. MILLER 3659 Endover Road David CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JACK MONNETT 413 Carrlands Drive John CWD Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. MYERS 600 Judith Drive Bob CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PETER R. MURRAY 3918 Lenox Drive Nancy CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. D. MURCH 956 Wenbrook Drive Ann CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. A. MULLINS 2951 Robin Road Peg CXVD Junior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MUELLER 1565 Stockton Avenue David CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. H. MORITZ 4620 Parklawn Drive Kathy CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. R. L. MOREN 2312 Acorn Drive Barbara CED Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES MORABITO 3500 South Dixie Avenue Samuel CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DEWARD A. MOORE 1581 Stockton Avenue Jim CED Junior MR. AND MRS. BAXTER MOORE 2830 East Stroop Road Virginia CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN T. MOONEY 5 Lott Place William CED Senior MR. AND MRS. DON E. MONINGER 634 Lamont Drive Carolyn CCD Junior Don C. CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WALTER MOLINE 800 Broad Boulevard Dale CED Junior DR. AND MRS. EDWARD A. MILLONIG 325 Tamarac Trail John Robert CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM R. MILLER 272 Napoleon Drive Robert L. CED Senior MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD MEYERS 1217 Lincoln Park Boulevard Arnold CWD Senior Arnette CED Junior MR. AND Mas. KARL H. MEUCHE 754 Broad Boulevard Steve CED Senior MR. AND MRS. FRANK MEGREW 1100 Hollendale Drive Ellen CCD Senior MR. AND MRS. BEN H. MEDLIN 31 East Wren Circle Ben, Jr. CED Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE McSHERRY 1224 Alta Vista Drive Bill CCD Junior Karen CED Senior MR. JOHN E. MCKENZIE 3408 Indian Hill Drive David CED Junior MR. AND MRS. HOBERT L. MCGOHAN 3861 Elmira Drive Daniel CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. O. L. MCFARLAND '697 West Stroop Road Dennis CWD Sophomore MR, AND MRS. S. D. MCELYEA 4933 Arrowhead Drive Bill CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JESSE MCCLANAHAN 2729 Haig Avenue Betty CED Junior MR. AND MRS. ADRIAN F. MYERS 1113 Sharon Avenue Gloria Studebaker CED Senior MR. AND MRS. DALE R. NASH 1009 Hollendale Drive Debbie CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEORGE M. NEFF 2380 East Stroop Road Linda CED Junior Gloria Longstreath CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. NEFF 4073 Upham Road Marianne CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HAROLD E. NEMECEK 4724 Judith Drive Jean CWD Sophomore MRS. NANCY NICKELSON 1959 Malcom Drive Ted CWD Sophomore Joyce CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MARIAN NIEDHAMER 3891 Keswick Lane Sherrie CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES NOLAIN 639 Brookfield Road MRS. ROBERT L. NORTHUP 147 Wyngate Drive Joyce CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. K. OGLE 4125 Maricarr Drive Bonnie CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRANK G. OLT 4540 Twilight Hill Drive Gretchen CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN A. ONDRE 9 Civic Place Pat CWD Senior Linda CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. LARRY E. O'NEIL 2916 South Patterson Boulevard Jill CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. FRANK M. ONO 16 Fritchie Place Barbara CED Senior Tina CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DAVID S. OSBORN 1036 Ansel Drive Marlene CCD Senior David CED Senior MR. AND MRS. HARRY L. OSMAN 1692 East Dorothy Lane Jane CED Sophomore Charlie CWD Senior MRS. JAMES OTTO 512 Earnshaw Drive Wilsa Mae CCD Senior Candra Lue CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. E. PACINI 2717 Meadowpark Drive Gary CWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM PALMER 1001 Eldorado Avenue Shirley CED Sophomore MRS. R. E. PAPENBROCK 4308 Irelan Road Richard CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HARRY PATRICK 2813 Colonial Avenue Larry CCD Senior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD PEASE 3227 Mirimar Pam CCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRANK L. PEENO 3219 Annabelle Drive Helen CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES PERDUE 2024 West Schantz Avenue Barbara CED Junior Janis CCD Junior MR. LOUIS G. PERKINS 3855 Fulton Avenue Sandra A. CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN O. PERRY 2209 Bending Willow Drive Nancy CCD Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT V. PESTER 1959 Carol Parkway Dianne CWD Senior Steve CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. E. PRASS 464 West Stroop Road MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR B. PRICE 944 Wenbrook Drive Carolyn CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL J. PRITCHARD 4516 Far Hills Avenue Rusty CCD Sophomore MR. DUANE PROSSER 3836 Woodman Drive Janet CWD Sophomore Barry CCD Senior MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND PUCKETT 2616 Aragon South Beverly CED Junior MR. AND MRS. W. J. RADER 3116 Southern Boulevard JoAnn CED Senior Tom CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. R. T. RANDOLPH 1145 Sharon Avenue Carol CWD Senior MR. AND MRS. HOMER RAUSCI-I 2742 Crescent Boulevard Dan CCD Sophomore DR. AND MRS. LINUS RAUSCH 3601 Blossom Heath Road Pattye Ayn CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES L. REIDY 3032 Kingston Avenue Bob CWD Junior MR. AND MRS. TONY RIBAS 1732 Hillwood Drive Victoria CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. H. C. RICHARDS 783 Greenhouse Jill CCD Senior MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS E. RIGGS 1230 Tabor Avenue Elizabeth CED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. H. RINGELSPAUGH 4300 Schrubb Drive Linda CED Senior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD RIVERO 2565 Adirondack Trail Catherine CWD Sophomore MR. PAUL ROBINSON 2840 Winton Drive l Tom Crawford CCD Junior MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL ROBINSON 2208 Midvale Street Charlie QED Senior DR. JAMES A. RODEGHERO 3340 Governor's Trail MR. AND MRS. JAMES ROEPKEN 1937 East Bataan Drive Katharine QED Sophomore MR. AND IVIRS. E. N. ROSENQUIST 4624 Silverwood Drive Nancy QXVD Senior Niles QED Sophomore LT. COL. AND MRS. PAUL F. ROSS 1701 Rockhurst Avenue Paula QCD Senior Susan QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHESTER A. ROUSH 1119 Wfenbrook Drive Sally QED Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN A. ROUSH 5960 Maricarr Drive Elaine QXVD Senior MR. AND MRS. NAT ROXVLAND 3440 Governors Trail Margaret QWD Junior MR. AND MRS. MARVIN RUBIN 701 Broad Boulevard Barbara QCD Junior MR. AND MRS. W. D. RUHLY 645 Lamont Drive Sharon QWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WOODSON SANDLIN 3568 Waterbury Drive Kathy QWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. M. SCHADLE 300 Henrich Drive Junne A. QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. C. A. SCHAEFER 3349 Ridgeway Road Sue QWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS, E. G. SCHLEINITZ 300 West Stroop Road Carol QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. V. R. SCHELLHASE 231 Snow Hill Avenue Beverly QXVD Senior MR. AND MRS. ELWOOD SCHELLING 3468 Oakmont Avenue Bonnie QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEO. E. SCHIMER 1953 Culver Avenue Carlyn QED Senior MR. AND MRS. N. M. SCHIMMEL 2821 Royalston Avenue Carla Betsch QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. A. SCHLOEMAN 2208 Culver Avenue Nancy QWD Senior DR. AND MRS, R. G. SCHMIDT 4273 Schrubb Drive Jim QED Senior MR. AND MRS. FRED SCHWARTZ 1416 Melrose Avenue David QED Senior MR. AND MRS. D. H. SCHWOEBEL 3890 Mengel Drive Jim QWD Junior MR. AND MRS. ALVIN G. SCOTT 616 Oakv' w Dr'v ' e 1 e Michael QXCD Senior Vickie QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JACK L. SCOTT 340 Cushing Avenue Tom QED Senior MR. AND MRS. ALFRED SEIBERT 3305 Marshall Road Phyllis Jeanne QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. CARL SENFT 140 Snow Hill Avenue Suzanne QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. DONALD SEVERNS 2600 Uhl Court Donna QXVD Senior John QED Sophomore MRS. KARL SHAFER 4833 Sunray Road Judy QWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL SHARTLE 410 Witherby Drive John Paul QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RICHARD L. SI-IAUVER 11 Lott Place Nancy Jean QCD Junior MR. AND MRS. J. L. SHERMAN 1028 Greenridge Drive Lois QCD Senior Sally QWD Junior MR. AND MRS. STANLEY SHURTE 3850 Shroyer Road Richard QED Senior MR. AND MRS. HOMER SIDDALL 1301 Melrose Avenue Judi QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN C. SIZER 721 Schuyler Drive Sandra QED Junior MR. AND MRS. BRANSON SMALLEY 2732 Oakley Avenue Joyce QCD Senior MR. AND MRS, ROBERT SMILEY 2451 Hackney Drive Leslie QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEO. L. SMITH 4843 Arrowhead Drive Jeff QCD Sophomore IDIR. AND MRS. ROBERT F. SMITH 4449 Ackerman Boulevard Betsy QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. R. R. SOMERS 1554 Crescent Boulevard MR. AND MRS. R. E. SPAULDING 2116 Colton Drive Barbara QWD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH J. SPICKA 348 Chatham Drive Douglas A. QED Junior MR. AND MRS. ELROY SPICKER 551 Monteray Avenue Kathleen QED Senior MR. NEAL E. SPRINGER 708 LeFevre Circle Dee Ann QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. R. STACHLER 3602 Tait Road Mike QCD Junior Mark QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H. C. STANFIELD 8 Parran Drive Bob QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. F. STANTON 4324 Clarendon Drive Barbara QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HOMER STAUP 2817 Xvehrly Avenue Linda QED Junior Leslie QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JACK STEEL 3380 Harwood Street Linda QWD Senior MRS. FAYE STEELY 3136 LaRue Drive Ray Hill QWD Senior MR. AND IVIRS. R. STEINER 3113 Aerial Avenue John QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL STEMMLER 3007 Purdue Road Paula QCD Junior MR. AND MRS. LEELON STEPP 3127 Oakmont Avenue Floyd QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. KENNETH STEVENS 3306 Waltham Avenue Dan QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ERNEST G. STRAUSBAUGH 3205 Wilmington Pike Bobbie QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EDXVARD STRINGER 2419 Edenhill Avenue Frances QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. G. STROMENGER 284-i Comanche Drive Ralph QNVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. XVILLIAM V. STUCK 960 East Drive Paul QCD Senior Thomas QCD Junior MR. AND MRS. NOLAN STUCKEY 3605 Braddock Street Sharon QCD Sophomore INIR. AND INIRS. C. STUMP 1597 Glenbeck Avenue Brenda QED Junior INIR. AND MRS. LYNN N. SUMMERS 3459 Westbiiry Road Lynn QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LYNDAL SUTTON 2600 Cadillac Street Larry QED Sophomore MR. AND RIRS. EDWIN XV. TAMPLIN 2930 Hazelwood Avenue Jack QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. STUART TATE 2508 Clarendon Drive Terry QED Junior MRS. ETHEL THOMAS 2035 Malcom Drive Gene QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL D. THOMAS 3231 Blossom Heath Road Donna QED Senior Sharon QED Sophomore lX'IR. AND IVIRS. CHARLES H. THOMPSON 1270 Laurelxvood Road Chuck QXVD Senior DR. AND MRS. N. J. THOMPSON 3109 Blossom Heath Road Jim QXVD Senior MR. AND MRS. SINNET THOMPSON 2837 Haig Avenue Joann QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. XVILLIAM THOMPSON, JR. 4350 Schrubb Drive Lynn QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. MARVIN TOLL 921 Renwood Drive Judy QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. IRVING THACKER 2012 Smithville Road Sylvia QED Junior MR. AND MRS. HARRY TRAVIS 1140 Donson Drive Darlene QC DSenior MR. AND MRS. EARL E. TRENNER 2600 Bingham Avenue Anita QED Senior MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL TUSSING 1-161 Old Lane Cheryl QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL J. USCHOLD 4 Bromfield Road Beverly QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GLEN V. VETTER 2950 Kerwood Drive Tim QCD Sophomore JUDGE AND MRS. K. J. VOGT 4709 Sunray Road Suzie QWQD Junior MR. AND MRS. CLYDE WALKER 2920 East Cunnington Lane Doris QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. WALTER 301 West Dorothy Lane William, Jr. QCD Sophomore MRR AND MRS. JOHN WALTERS, 3024 iRushland Drive Donna QED Senior MR. AND MRS. E. L. WARNER, JR. 4311 Lotz Road Carol QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GENE XVEFLER 2012 Stayman Drive Gil QED Junior MR. AND MRS. C. E. WEIMER 849 Blossom Heath Road Janie QWD Sophomore DR. AND MRS. XV. D. WELTON 2520 Evelyn Drive Ginny QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. A. J. WERNER 1804 Ridgewood Avenue Bob QWD Junior MR. AND MRS. J. J. WESTERMAN 2074 Stayman Drive Margo QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. EMORY E. WHIPP 3008 Rushland Drive Wfilliam QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT XVHITACRE 18 Abbot Drive Sandra QCD Junior MR. AND MRS. LEO J. WHITESIDE 508 Pamela Sue Drive Eleanor QED Junior MR. AND MRS. RONAL XVHYTE 516 Peach Orchard Road Molly QED Senior Margaret QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM WITTGRUBER 1030 Wenbrook Drive Carioline QED Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK WILLIAMS 3639 Kingswood Drive Ken QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HAROLD WILSON 2712 Parklawn Drive Carol QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HOBART C. XVINDSOR 1200 XVil1owdale Avenue Ronald QED Senior Dorothea QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H. R. XVISE 251 Snow Hill Avenue Judy QXVD Senior DR. AND MRS. M. A. WOGAMAN 3742 Bentield Drive MR. AND MRS. R. E. WOLFE 3231 Regent Street Jim QED Junior MR, AND MRS. CHARLES F. WOLLENHAUPT 3750 Storms Road Dick QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. FRANK N. WONES 620 Hadley Avenue Jerry QXVD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RALPH WOODLEY 3340 Beaumonde Lane Jenny QCD Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LOREN XVRIGHT 1025 E. Stroop Road Donna QWD Senior MR. AND MRS. WALTER WYCOFF 3423 Sagamon Avenue Denny QCD Senior MR. AND MRS. BELLE WYNN 542 East Dorothy Lane Tim QCD Junior MR. AND MRS. JACK A. YOST 1016 Larriwood Avenue Joanne QED Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL YOUNG 803 'East Dorothy Lane Paul QCD Senior Carol QED Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ZINN 3100 Blossom Heath Road Bob QWD Senior 293 Abernathy, Bob .... '120, 186 Abrams, Juanita .... ..., 5 O, 169 Adams, Jeanne ,,., 120, 155, 176 Adkins, Nancy .YV. 120, 224 Adsit, Terry ...YYYY. 120, 186 Agenbroad, Helen .... 50, 154 Agnor, Donna ........ 50, 169 Agnor, Gary .... V....-vY,vVVV 9 4 Aills, Joel ....A... ,-------- 4 7 Airhart, Diane Y......,VV.,.--- 120 Albaugh, Linda .Y1. 94, 174, 230, 236 Albright, Bonnie .1....,,,,,, 94 Aleshire, Roxanna ,... 120 174 Alexander, Ruth .... 94, 235 Allen, David .,.............. 120 Allen, Douglas ........ 94, 194 Allen, Jeanie ,... 120, 166, 225 Allen, Larkin ,,,. 120, 148, 182 203 Allen, Richard .....,.. 94, 236 Allen, Virginia .... 120, 152, 174, 225 Alspach, Cathy ,.., 120, 155 Amand, David Ambrosino, Marcia . 46, 50. 149, 36 ,. 94 2 Anderson, Andrea ,,,, 120, 174, 225, 230, 233 Anderson, Deborah .,,. 50, 166, 234 Anderson, James .,..,,,,......,. 94 Anderson, Jess ..... ,,,.,... 1 20 Andres, Nancy ............,,,, 120 Andrews, Janet ,,,,,,,. 120 176 Anduze, Annette ,... 120, 154 Angoff, Robert .............,.. 94 Ankeney, Douglas ,,..,..,,,,, 94 Ankney, Gordon .... 50, 149, 160, 175, 186 189 Anthony, Gerald ,,,. 94, 175 Anthony, Michael .... 50, 175, 186, 188, 256 Anthony, Richard .... 94, 175, 236 Antrobus, Helen .... 120, 225 Appenzeller, Lynn ,,.. 120, 152 Apple, Donna .... 120, 155, 228 Appleton, Chris ,,,.,,,....,..,. 94 Argue, Irene .... 93, 94, 152, 174, 219, 255 Armacost, Charlotte ,,,, 50. 168 174 Armitage, Linda ,,,,,,,1 50, 152 Armstrong, Lois Arnold, Charles 94 Arnold, Juanita ........,,,. 120 Arnold, Michael ,........,...... 50 Arnold, Sharon ...... 120, 166 Asbury, Terrence ...,.,....,. 94 Ash, Michelene .... 120, 155. 174 Ashby, Suzette ,,,, 46, 50, 149. 154, 160, 163 Ashworth, Philip ..,. 50, 223, 224, 227, 229, 250 Atchison, James ......,,,,,. 120 Atherton, Larry .,...,.. 50, 181 Atkin, Everard .............1,. 94 Atkins, Karen .... 120, 152, 174 Atkins, Robert .,.............. 120 Atteberry, Darlene .1.. 37, 94. 152, 163, 225, 236 Aultz, Cynthia .... 94, 151, 153, 156, 209, 228 Aultz, Joanne ,,,,........,,,.,,,, 50 Aultz, Susanne .,,. 50, 156, 1.63, 167, 172, 212, 213, 220, 224 Ayres, Dianah .... 50, 168. 228, 234 Ayres, Leah ............ 120 164 Bach, Janet .,.. 119, 120, 152, 209, 224 Bachand, Kathleen ..,. 94, 153, 162, 163 Baczvrik, Robert ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Bader, Scharron ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 50 Badger, Lee .,..,,,......,,,,,,. 120 Badger, Susan .... 164, 176 Bailey, Curtis .... 51, 165, 235 Haney, Juddh 120, 152 174 Baines, Carole 120, 155. 177 Baines, Tom ,,,.,,,...,. 51, 183 Bainter, Pamela .... 94, 166, 174 Bair, Marketa ,,,.,,,. 94, 169 Baird, Crystal ........ 51, 168 Baker, Barbara .................... 51 Baker, Brian ......,,..,,,,,.,,,, 120 Baker, Danny ........ 120, 187 Baker, David .,... .,...,..... 1 20 294 PHOT0 INDEX Baker, Douglas ........ 51 236 Baker, Richard ................ 120 Baker, Sandra ........ 120 225 Baker, William ................ 94 Ball, Donna ........,,..,...,... 94 Baltrunat, Sue .,,. 120, 150, 155, 166, 224 Banks, Penny ,... 120, 155, 174 Barber, James ........ 120 196 Barkalow, Richard ....... 120 Barker, Jo Ann .1.. 51, 168, 234 Barker, Terry ......... Barnes, Charles .,... 94 94 Barney, Eugene ....... ...... 1 20 Barnhart, Glenn ..... ,,,, 9 4 Barr, Beverly .,..,..,............ 121 Barr, Patricia .,.................. 121 Barr, Rebecca .... 94, 154, 221 Barr, William ................ 121 Barrett, Linda .,...... ..,,, 1 21 Barrett, William ...,.....,...... 94 Barry, Ann .........,.....,..,, 232 Barth, Linda .,.. 51, 165, 223, 236 Barton, Susan .,., 121, 169 Bates, Gary ,,........,,.,,...,..... 121 Battenberg, Carolyn ,,,, 51, 159, 168, 174, 230 234 Batts, Richard ,,,. 121, 155. 156 Bauer, Richard ..,. 51, 175, 187, 189. 193 236 Baumann, Herwig .... 51, 151, 153, 174, 175, 185, 198, 199, 200 Bauser, Roger ..,. 33, 121, 154, 182, 203, 224 Baxley, Cheryl .... 121, 169, 225 Baxter, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 Bayless, Tarren .... 51, 149. 168 234 Bean, Carlisle .... 46, 51, 161, 173, 183, 235, 236 Bean, Martha .L .,,,, 94, 235 Beanblossom, David .,..,,, 121 Beard, Charles .... 95, 152, 179 Beardsley, Charles ,,,, 121, 150, 227, 230 Bearzy, Evelyn .,.. 121, 174 Beasley, Donna ........ 52, 234 Beasley, Nancy .,,. 121, 154, 166 Beason, Carl ,,,.,,,,,,,, 121 187 Beason, Fred ,,,... .,........,. 52 Beatty, Derrel ,.1..,.. 95, 224 Beatty, Janet ,....... 121, 228 Beatty, Larry ........ 121, 186 Beckett, James ..............,, 121 Becksted, Robert ,,.,,,,,,,,. 121 Beebe, Linda .,,. 121, 155 228 Beemer, Bruce .,,,,, ,,....,.. 9 4 Begley, Sue .....,,.......,..... 121 Behnken, Herbert ,,,,,,,,,,,, 95 Belg, William ,,...,-. 95, 236 Bell, Alice ,,,, 52, 152, 163, 165, 167, 209 Bell, Bruce ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 Bell, Patricia ....,... 121, 164 Bellar, Carol ......., 121, 168 Bellar, Roberta .... 52, 149, 167, 168 178 Bender, Karen ..,,,..,,,,. 52 169 Bender, Paul ....,,,..........,.. 95 Benner, Wilma ..... .,,.. 1 21 Bennett, Marvin ,,.......,...,,,, 95 Benson, Sherman ..,.,,,..... 52 Benson, NVayne ..,...., 121 182 Berdahl, Paul .... 95, 150, 151, 156, 227, 229, 230 Berger, Lawrence .,...,,.,,,. 121 Bernat, Janet .... 46, 52, 149, 163 Bernat, Richard .,...,,.,,,, 121 Berner, Philip ................ 52 Berry, Dale ,,,, 52, 147, 148, 156, 222, 223 Bertschy, Annie .... 121, 152 Besancency, Joy .,.. 121, 230 Betsch, Carla ,,,. 122, 155, 209 Beverly, Carolyn ,,,, 122, 169 Biersack, Patricia .... 52, 169, 176, 212, 234 Bihr, Patricia ................ 122 Billing, Diane ..,.....,,.... 122 Billings, Linda ................ 95 Bilz, Jane ..,.,,,1,,...... 122, 152 Bishop, Robert ..----- A 95, 183 Bitzer, -Roger ,,1.,.. ---,- 5 2, 160 Black, Terrell ............,....... 95 Blackburn, James ---- 95, 187 Blair, Donna .... 122, 165, 168 Blair, Ellen .... 3, 52, 149, 159, 168 Blair, Jonelle .... 95, 164, 224 Blair, Robert .,.................. 95 Blake, Mary 1,,,,,..,,.... 122, 152 Blmt, Rka .... 95, 226, 250 Bleck, Ed .,,.,,,,,......... 95, 153 Blesi, Jack .,,.,,,.,,,...,.....,. 122 Blome, James ,,,, 53, 204, 236 Boak, Clifford ...,,.,. 95, 236 Bodem, Douglas .... 95, 171, 183 Boerner, Jane ,... 122, 150, 235 Boesel, Bradley .... 122, 186 Boise, Eileen .,,. 95, 156, 234 Bogen, James ,,,. 47, 53. 175, 186, 188, 236 Boles, Barbara K. ,,., 46, 53, 149, 155, 163, 174, 176 Bollinger, Brenda ,...,,,,.... 95 Bollinger, Janice ........ 53, 254 Bollinger, Richard ............ 122 Bond, Bonnie ......... .... 9 5 Bond, Connie ....., ,,,........ 9 5 Borchers, Lois .,..............,. 95 Borchers, Terry ,,,. 122, 168 Bordwell, Sue Ellen ,... 95, 152, 163, 174 Borton, Sandra ..,,............ 122 Bossi, Charles ................ 122 Bothmann, Randall .... 95, 227, 230 Botts, Charles .............,,,,,.. 95 Bowden, Charlane ,... 122, 167, 209, 210, 228 Bowden, Joe .... 53, 149, 181 Bowman, Dorothy ,,,,........ 122 Boyles, Pamela .... 23. 53, 167, 177 236 Brackney, Henry .,.. 53, 230, 235 Bradfield, James ........,,,,.. 96 Bradford, Mary .... 96, 153 Bradford, Vonda .,.. 122, 225 Bradley, Keith .................... 96 Bradley, Sandra ..,.........,,,. 96 Brady, James ,...............,.,. 53 Brandenburg, Suzanne ..., 122 Brander, Betty ,,,. 49, 53, 217 230 Brandt, Dwight ....,,,,.,,. 122 Brandt, John ,,..,,,.........., . 53 Braun, Tomas ,,,,.,.. 53, 156, 222 Brane, Donald ......,,........ 122 Brannan, Barbara Y--, 96, 150 Brannen, Barbara ,,,, 122, 152, 174 Brechlin, Alicia .... 122, 168, 224 235 Breisch, Fred ..................,. 53 Brenner, Deborah ,,.. 96, 174 Brewer, Marvin ............... 122 Brewster, Elaine ,,,. 47, 96, 168, 206, 224 Brickman, Lynne .,.. 122 152 Brigeman, Linda .... 122, 225 Brill, Linda .,..,,..,,,.,,,,,,.. 96 Brinck, William ............ 122 Brinkel, Diane .,,- 96, 230 Britton, Brenda ,............... 54 Britton, Linda ,,...... 54, 234 Broedling, Suzanne ,... 122, 166 Brookey, Robert .....,,-,,-- 122 Brookey, Sharon ..,,,,...,,,.... 96 Brooks, Edward .,.. 122, 152 Brooks, Jonal ,....... 122, 171 Brooks, Judy ,,,,,-.-----,Y--,--- 96 Brooks, Philip ,... 123, 154 Brothers, Laurie .,.. 123, 166 Brower, Marsha .,.. 123, 154 Brower, Sally ,,,. 123, 153. 174 Brown, Carol ....,.,.,,..,.....-. 54 Brown, Dolora ....,.,. 54, 169 Brown, Gary ...,,, .......... 1 23 Brown, James ........,.,..,.. 123 Brown, Michael .,,,,.,,.... 123 Brown, Phillip .,...........,,1 54 Brown, Sandra ---- 96, 226. 230, 234 Brown, Sharron .............,.. 96 Brownsberger, William .... 96, 196 Brubaker. Daniel .,,,........ 123 Bruhn, Jack .....,,.,........... 123 Brumfiel, Bruce .,.. 96, 235. 236 Brunk, Janis ,,..............1,.. 123 Brunner, Sue ........ 123, 167 Bruns, Ralph ,... 54, 154, 183, 194, 196 Brunsman, Caroline ,,,, 96, 150, 153 Brunsman, John ---- 96, 171, 181 Brust, Claudia ..,. 54, 161, 162 Brust, Frances .... 123, 176, 226, 230 Bryant, Perry .,.,.... 123, 154 Buchholz, Bradley .,.. 96, 150, 163 Buchman, Robert ,,,, 54, 152. 236 Buckman, Christy .... 123, 174 Burger, Linda .,,. 54, 168, 174. 234 Burgess, Jeanne .... 96, 154, 174, 220, 224 Burnison, Jane .... 123, 176 Burris, Phyllis ,,,,,,,, 123, 225 Burrows, Richard .... 123, 196 Burton, Shelley ,.., 123, 150, 152, 174 Buschar, Judith .... 96, 154, 226, 230 Busong, Donna ..........,.,,.. 96 Buvinger, Doug .... 47, 96, 196, 236 Butt, William .... 54, 156, 163 Buzzard, Julie .,...... 54, 169 Byrd, Pamela ,,,..... 123, 155 Byrkett, Don .....,.. 123, 182 Byrne, Charles ,,,............. 54 Cadwell, Daniel .... 123, 150, 230 Caldwell, Carolyn ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 23 Caldwell, Charles ..,. 96, 224 Caldwell, Donna ,,,. 123, 225 Calhoun, Phillip .,,, 96, 150, 163, 174, 198, 232 Calihan, Donald .... 33, 96, 150, 151, 153 Campbell, Charles ........,... 96 Campbell, Craig .... 46, 55. 175, 180, 194, 195, 232, 234 Campbell, Jean ......., 123, 235 Campbell, John ............,,,, 55 Campbell, Kathy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Cannon, Gary .,.. 55, 150, 151, 179, 227, 230, 236 Cantrell, Carol ..,, 96, 154, 163, 174, 206, 213, 236 Cantrell, William ,... 123, 155, 180 Carey, William .,..,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 6 Carlton, Beverly .,.. 123, 166, 228 Carlton, Marian .........,..,,.. 55 Carnevale, John -- ------- 96 Carr, Rebecca ,,,..., ...,... 5 5 Case, Jeannine ,,,,, ..... 1 61 Cashour, Roy .,,,, ,,,, 1 23 Caskey, Joyce ...... ,,,, 9 6 Catalano, Daniel .... .,.., 1 23 Catalano, David ,,,.,, ,,,,,,, 9 6 Caudill, Carolyn ..........,.,,,. 55 Caudill, Darryln .....,.. 55, 169 Caudill, Phyllis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Caudill, Roy ........ ..... 1 23 Caupp, Ada .,........,.........,,.. 96 Cavanagh, Richard .... 46, 55, 150, 151 Chakrian, Susan .... 123, 162 Chalecki, Ronald .... 55, 174, 175, 198, 200 Chandler, Roger ............ 123 Chaney, Judith ,... 55, 164. 220, 225, 250 Chartarw, Suzanne 123, 154, 177 Chartron, Candice ,,,,,,,,,,,. 97 Chevalier, Victoria .,,. 55, 168 Christy, Edward ....,.,,..,,.... 123 Christy, Sandra ,,,..,,. 55, 166 Ciambro, Linda ,.......,,,... 123 Ciambro, Rosalie .....,,..,...,,, 55 Clark, Stasia .... 97, 152, 167, 213, 234 Clark, Clara ,,,, 97, 154, 163 Clark, Irvin .....,.. 123, 187 Clark, Judith ,,,, 46, 55, 149, 152, 163, 167, 169, 206, 230. 236 Clark, Judith .....,.....,.,,. 124 Clark, Judy Irene .,.. 55, 226. 230, 234 Clark, Leon .,,......... 97, 204 Clark, Louis .............,...... 224 Clark, Marjorie .,-- 97, 162, 224, 231 Clark, Michael .,.,..,.....,,,, 97 Clark, Mimi .................... 124 Clark, Rosanne .... 124, 155 Clarke, Margaret ,,.. 124, 152. 174 Clarke, Mary ,,,, 46, 55, 152. 159, 163, 165, 174, 235, 236 Clarkson, Patricia 124, 166 Clay, Roger ,,,,,,,.,,,, 124, 154 Claypool, Brenda .... 56, 225. 234 Claypool, Norman ,,,.. , 56 Clayton, Charles .,., 124, 182 Cline, Bruce .......,,.., 124, 203 Clinehans, Cheryl .... 56, 169 Close, Gary .... 56, 162, Clute, Karen .,....,..,.. 124, Coatney, Laura. .... 124, Cobb, Cecelia .... 56, 160, Coburn, Karen ,... 152, 166, Cody, Edward .....,.,.......... Colburn, James ,,.. 46, 149, 174, 175, 187, 189, Cole, Charles ............ 56, Cole, Farrell .... 124, 230, Collins, Charles .,.. 97. Collins, Christine ........... Collins, Gwen ,..,,...1,........ Collins, Nicholas .... 124, Collins, Sharon ............... 179 153 174, 230 156, 223 156, 256 .. 97 56l 191, 193 256 151, 255 154 . 97 124 168 . 56 Collins, Steve ................ 124 Colwell, Carol ...........,..,. 56 Combs, James ........ 124, 203 Combs, Timothy ........,... 56 Combs, Yondal ,,.,............ 124 Comman, Ann .,,. 97, 150, 152, 163, ,206, 230 Conrad, Neal .... 97, 179, 230, 277 Constable, Margaret ---- 97, 152, 206, 236 Cook, Linda .... 97, 155, 167, 174, 226, 230 Coons, Sandra ...... 56, 152, 177 Cooper, Dolores .... 46, 47, 56, 149, 162 Copeland, Ruth ............ 124 Corban, William .... 35, 46, 56, 148, 149, 150, 151, 156, 163, 179, 227, 230 Corcoran, Brian ..,..1,.....,... 124 Corsaw, Michael .--- 97, 155, 173 Corwin, Linda .... 97, 169, 174 Cost, Curtis ..........,......... 124 Cotterman, Juli .... 124, 225 Coughlin, Dianne .... 138, 174, 209 Coulter, Leroy 1.-- 97, 150, 152, 165, 171 Couser, Brooks .... 46. 56, 156, 163 Couser, Meribeth .1.. '124, 156, 166 Couser, Virginia -------- 97, 155 Cox, Sharon .... 56, 150, 153, 163, 236 Craft, Diana ,................... 124 Craig, Shirley .....,.............. 97 Crauder, Cynthia .... 56, 167, 174, 206, 212, 224 Crawford, Ronald .... 56, 150. 204, 236 Crawford, Tom ...,,..,....,,,, 97 Creager, Jane .... 56, 163, 174, 241. Credlebaugh, Paul ............ 97. Creeger, Jerry ........ 234, 236 Crews, Cynthia ................ 97 Criss, Cheryl .,..,,,. 124, 167 Criswell, Vicki ................ 124 Crooke, Christina ,.., 98, 163 Crossley, James .... 124, 187 Crossley, Karen .,.. 124, 174 Cruea, Rick ....................,... 124 Crutcher, Kerry ................ 124 Cruze, Keith ....... ...... 9 8 Cummins, Dan .... ......,,. 1 24 Cupp, Edward ....,............... 98 Curp, Donna .,...... 124, 224 Curtis, Candace ,........... .,,. 1 24 Cushen, Phyllis 57, 178, 213 Custer, Robert ....,......,.... 57 Cyester, Tod .... 98, 163, 180 Dadisman, Carol ,........... 124 Dagg, Sandra .,...............,.. 98 Dagley, Gerry .... 57, 168, 174, 226, 231 Dailey, Barbara .... 124, 168 Dalton, Joyce .,.,.,.. 98, 236 Damuth, Lynn ..,.,,,,,,,1,,..,,,, 98 Daniels, David .............,.. 124 Danishek, Charles .....,,, 125 Danson, Delia .... 125, 152 Danson, Forrest .... 57, 147, 148, 175, 187, 188, 193, 236 Dapice, Carol ,............... 125: Darby, Susan 1,.. 125, 154. 209, 220, 224 Darby, Thomas ..., 93, 175, 186, 219, 236 Darnell, Carla ,.,. 125, 153 Daugherty, Carol .... 125, 225 Daugherty, Paul ...,,.,,,,.. 125 101 62 129 Davis, Alexander .... 98, 148, 154, 224 Davis, Ann .... 125, 155, 176, 226, 229 231 Davis, Barbara .... 125, 155. 174 Davis, Carol .... 98, 156 174 Davis, Joseph ,....,....,.,,,.,,,, 125 Davis, Richard .... 98, 150. 179 Dawson, Carol .............,.. 98 Deady, Thomas ........ 57, 183 Dean, Mary ,... 57, 169, 174, 234 Deebel, Linda .,,, 125, 152, 165, 174 Deets, Bill ,,a, 57, 180, 235, 236 Deis, Brian -.,- 98, 150, 236 Deis, Peter ,,...,...,,.........,... 98 Delaney, Karen ..,. 98, 163, 176, 235 Delcontivo, Dinny .... 98, 183, 236 Dellinger, Lourene .... 57, 161, 234 Dellis, Linda ,,,,,,. ........ 5 7 Delph, Doran ,... ......... 1 25 Dempsey, Janie .... 57, 169 Denges, Susan .... 57, 167, 212 Denham, Carol .,.1.......... 98 Denlinger, Martin ..,. 98 157 Denney, Judy ,.,. 58, 158, 168 Dennis, Jane -------- 98, 178 Deters, Joan ..,......,.. 58, 213 Deters, Roberta .... 125, 226, 231 Detrick, Janet .... 98, 166, 176 Detrick, Jenny ................ 98 Detter, Pauline .,.. 125, 166 Deutsch, Barbara ................ 98 Dexter, Susan ..........,..... 125 Dial, Mary ............ 125, 231 Dick, Kenneth ....,..,,,...... 125 Dicke, Nancy ........ 125, 166 Dierker, Dorothy .... 46, 58, 178 Dieterle, Gordon .... 98, 224, 234 Dieterle, John .... 98, 194, 224 Dietrich, Mary .... 125, 225 Dieterle, Gayleen ,... 58, 150, 166 234 Dillon, Dorothy .....,,,,....... 98 Dillon, Jeanne ..........,.,,,. 125 Dinwiddie, .lUdY .--- 58, 167, 208 234 Dils, Constance .,.. 125, 154 Dimatteo, Michael .... 125 154 DiSalvo, Tom ---- 98, 151, 183 Dissauer, Noreen .... 98, 154, 226, 227 Dixon, Steve .,...........,...... 125 Dodd, Jerry .... 125, 180 194 Ibodd, Paul ..,. 58, 163, 174, 175, 180, 192, 193, 194 Doebler, Jack .........1...... 125 Doebler, Rosemary .......,... 58 Doerr, David ............ .... 9 8 Dolfman, Gregory ........,,.. 125 Dolkowski, Marcia .... 98, 154, 167, 174 206 Donaghy, Janis ................ 58 Donovan, Dale ,..,... Donovan, David ..... , .....,..,. 58 154, 210 203 58, 236 125 149, 167 125 155 163 151, 183 154, 167 155 168 59 126 126 154 126 126 154 174, 209 155 59 186 213 99 126 99 Donson, Diane .... 99, 167, 174, 206, Donson, George ..,. 125, Doolan, Patricia .... 46, 156, 163, 208, Doolin, Jim ,........,.............. Dorosky, Susan .... 58, Dowler, Claudia ,........... Downing, Charles ..., 125 Drake, Robert -------- 99, Drerup, William .... 99, Drexler, Leslie ,.., 99, 160, 161 Dugan, Patricia .... 126, Duncan, Loretta .... 59, Dungan, Esther .........,..,... Dunham, Gregory ............ Dunn, Arlene ,,.. .,.............. Dunn, Barbara ........ 59, Dunn, Jack ..... ............ Dunn, John .................... Dunson, Tom ........ 126, Dybvig, Karen .... 126, Dykes, Dale ............ 126, Dykes, James ..,.... ..,.,.,....., Eagle, David ........ 126, Eakin, Charlene .... 59, Earnhart, Anna ................ Eason, Virginia .,.,,,. ,.,.,. Easter, James ....., ......,. Ebert, Carolyn .,,. ...... 126 Ebert, Katherine .... 59, 169 Eckhardt, Donna ..,. 99, 154, 156, 163 174 Edgington, Jean .,.. 99, 235 Edwards, David 59. 175. 187, 196 224 Edwards, Kathryn ,,,. 126, ' 152 167 Edwards, Patricia ,.., 39 99, 212 Edwards, Robert .,,, 99, 186 Eggleston, Eugene .,,,,,,,,,,, 59 Egleston, Fred .........,,..,.. 126 Eichenlaub, Tom .... 59, 174, 175, 180, 193. 194 195 Elam, Arthur ..,..............,., 99 Elkins, Barry .,,,,,.,.,.. 99, 186 Ellington, Ronald .. 99, 164 Elliott, Thomas .... 125, 126, 186 Ellis, Andrea ............,,,,.... 99 Ellis, Carolyn ,,..,,,, 99, 166 Ellis, Forrest .,,.,,,, 126, 168 Ellis, Francis ,..... ......,,,, 9 9 Ellis, Larry ..,....,.,,.,,,,.,....,. 126 Elrod, Hazel ........,,.. 59, 234 Eltzroth, Deborah ,,,, 46, 59, 155, 163, 167 Eltzroth, Jan ,,,..... 126, 155 Emmott, Barbara .,,. 99, 155, 167, 176 Emmott, Elizabeth ,,,. 99, 152, 166, 174, 178, 206 Engelhart, Carol ,.,, 126, 155 Engle, Tom .... 59, 151, 179 Engleman, Victoria .... 99, 166 Enos, Gary ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126 Epard, Dale ,.......,,., 60, 175 Epard, Robert ,,,.,,.......... 126 Erixon, Ronald .,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 99 Erp, Ann ,,,,,,,,........ 126, 155 Ersted, Thomas ......,.,,,,,,,, 126 Ervin, Dan ,... 60, 174, 175, 186, 189 Espy, Diannah ,,..,,,, 99, 163 Esnv. Donnah ,,.. 99, 163, 224 Esselman, Douglas .... 99, 154, 163, 171, 181 Estes, Bobby ,,,, 60, 169, 174 Estes, Louise ,,,, 46, 60, 149, 158, 164, 176 Estes, Sylvia ,,,1,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,, 169 Evans, Ronald .... 99, 163, 175, 179 Eversole, Gaynell .,........,, 126 Eversole. Walker ,,,. 126, 152 Ewing, Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 99 Faber, Judy -,-- 99. 174, 236 Fadely, Sue ,,.. 100, 166, 167 Fader, Mike .,..,,,,.,..,,,,,,,, 127 Faehl, Rickey ....,,,. 127, 228 Fair, Barbara ,........,..,,,,,,,, 127 Falzerano, Chester .... 60, 179, 227, 229 231 Fanning, Jane ........ 100, 154 Farquhar, Richard ........,,,, 127 Faulkner, Delbert ....,,,,.,.. 100 Federle, Cheeri .,.. 127, 162, 178 Felkley, Ted ........ 127, 196 Fensel, Philip .,.. 100, 175, 194 204 Fenton, Janet .... 100, 152, 174 233 Ferguson, Dick ,,,. .,....... 1 00 Ferree, Gary ,.,,, ..... 1 00 Fessler, Bob .....,, ,,...,,., 6 0 Fetters, Darlene ............... 100 Fields, Patricia .... 100, 230 Fielitz, Robert .........,,..... 100 Fightmaster, Rebecca ....,... 100 Findley, Sue ..,. 60, 156, 163. 174, 177, 236 Finegold, Lawrence .... 127, 155 Finegold, Richard .....,,,,,,. 60 Finigan, Mike .,.. 152, 157, 162 Fink, Douglas .... 100, 219 Finke, John .... 46, 60, 150, 151, 158, 163. 173, 181, 236 Finnigan, Carol .,,. 127, 228 Fiorita, Michael ............ 100 Fiorita, Ted ..,..1.. ........ 1 27 Fischer, Glenn .,......,....... 127 Fisher, David .... 93, 100, 153, 174, 175, 186, 219, 232 Fisher, Deanna ........,....,,. 127 Fitzpatrick, Jayne .... 126, 174, 224 233 Fitzpatrick, John .,.....,..., 100 Flatter, John .... 100, 175, 180, 194, 195 Flavin, Charles .... 100, 171, 236 Flavin, James ..,......,..,... 127 Fledderiohn, Sue .... 127, 152. 174 176 Fletcher, Clyde 100 Fletcher, James Flinn, Cynthia ,... 100, 236 Flynn, Charlene .... 100, 235 Flynn, Gladys ................ 127 Flynn, John ,,,,,,,.., ,.,,,,, 1 01 Focht, Theodore ..........., 127 Ford, Bonnie ........ 127, 155 Forgy, Nancy .................. 127 Formichella, Rita .... 127, 155, 167, 224 Forquer, Gary .........,..,,.. 127 Forsyth, John .,....,......... 101 Forth, Robert ........ 127, 170 Forth, Susanne .... 127, 156 Forthofer, Ronald ,.., 46, 60, 151, 163, 173 Forthofer, Shirley ........,,,, 127 Foster, Donald ..., 196, 236 Foster, Billie ..,.. ............ 6 0 Foster, Tom .........,.,........ 127 Foster, William .... 101, 146, 186 Fouke, JuClY ---- 33, 101, 152, 174, 233, 236 Fourton, Rosalind ....,...,... 101 Fox, Carol ........,... 127, 152 Fox, Elizabeth .... 27, 127, 156, 166, 224 Fraine, Cynthia ........ 61, 234 Frame, Carol .... 101, 152, 156, 163, 165, 235 Franklin, Gary .... 46, 61, 163, 174, 205 Fraser, Pat ........................ 61 Frazee, Steve .............,...... 127 Free, Sally .,.. 127, 152, 167. 174 Freed, Ginger .... 127, 152, 167, 174 Freeders, Dianne .... 101, 174 Freeman, John ..,. 46, 61, 149, 150,151, 157, 173, 236 Freese, Raynond ,.,. 127, 155, 180 Freidline, Steven ..,.........,. 101 French, Linda .,.. 127, 154, 155, 174 French, Pamela .... 127, 167, 178 Frey, Larry .... ........,. 1 27 Fricke, Oliver ......,. 101, 236 Fry, Thomas ...... ........... 1 O1 Fuls, Richard ,.,... .,...,.. 1 01 Fulton, Gloria ..........,,.... 101 Funk, Richard ........ 127, 186 Furrey, Susan ...... ........... 1 27 Gaffney, Paul .... 127, 194, 195 Gaines, Loretta ......,. 61, 235 Gaines, Shirley ................ 101 Galloway, Helen .... 61, 154 Galloway, Robert .... 127, 182, 186 Garrett, Linda ................ 127 Gampher, Carol .... 101, 154, 163, 174, 213 Gantz, Gary .... 101, 175, 187, 198 Gauldin, Connie ....,....,.. 128 Gauldin, Linda ................ 101 Gaylor, Patricia ..........,..,,. 101 Geatty, Richard ,,.. 101, 187, 219 Gebhart, Dan ............ 47, 61 Gebhart, Virginia .... 101, 174, 220, 230 Gedeon, Kristine ............ 128 Geeding, Patricia ....,.,,..., 101 Geiger, Diana .................... 61 Geisel, Sandra ................ 128 Geisel, Richard .... 61, 172, 186, 188, 193 George, August .... 101, 187 George, Beverly .... 101, 166 George, Craig .............,...,.. 61 George, Marilyn ................ 61 Gereson, Susan .... 101, 152. 163, 224 Gephart, Ruth .,.........,.,.. 128 Geske, Nannette .... 128, 174 Getter, James ................ 128 Geyer, Janie .... 128, 152, 174 Gibson, Gary .................... 61 Gibson, Marsha .....,,..,., 128 Gibson, Nancy .... 128, 155, 174 Giffin, James ........ 101, 231 Gilbert, Kathy ,,.. 61, 174, 212 225 Gill, Charles ..,... Gillespie, Brenda 101 128 Gillespie, Richard ............ 128 Gilmore, Dennis Gilpin, Virginia Girton, Steve .... 46, 150, 157, Glasock, Donna Glass, Paul .... 153, Goebel, Carol 61, 227 61, 163 61, 156, 229 128, ,167 22 165, 231 128 149, 181 149, 234 226, 231 8 Goebel, Larry ,... 46, 61, Goldberg, JoAnne .... 61, Golden, John ............,,...... Golob, Kathy ,,,,..,, 128, Godown, Bonnie ,,,. 101, 154 Goins, Gordon .....,.......... Goode, Gloria ,... 128, 152, Goodpaster, Robert ........ Goodrich, Robert .... 128, 180, Goodrich, Tina ..,. 128, Gordley, Paul ..............., Gordley, Roger .... 128, Gordon, Bonnie ........,,,... Gordon, William ...,....,,.. Gorndt, Grey .,..........,... Gottschall, Lynne ..,. 166, Gow, Ellen .... 46, 62, 150, 167, 224, Gowans, William .... Graeber, Lance ...... 101 Graham, Michael .... 125, Graham, Ronald ..,. 129, Graham, Sandra .... 129, Graham, Thomas .........,,. Graves, Terry ..,. 46, 62, 150, 151, 152, 157, 162, Gray, Patricia ..,. 101, Gray, Renee .... Gray, Robert ,,,, ....,.... Gray, Ronald .,.,............... Green, Jan ,,,,........ 101, Green, Kathryn .... 102, 163, 206, Green Robert ............,,,, Green, Virginia ................ Greer, Charles ......,......... Greer, Thomas .... 46, 163, Greimann, Vicki ,... 102, 209, Grierson, Michel Gressner, Sharon Grice, Charles .,...... 62, Griesmeyer, Sally .... 62, Griffith, John ...... Grohoski, Barbara 154, le ....,,,,,,,. Gross, Phyllis ....,,,.,...,,.. Grotz, Dale ..,, 129, 156, Guenther, Harry ,,............,. Guenther, Patricia ,... 129 Guenthner, Marie .... 62, Gulick, Sandra ,1.. 46, 150, 153 Gumm, Barbara .... 62, 155, 156, 157, 163, 12722 Gump, LeAnn .... 46, 62, 167, 235, Gustafson, Jan .,.. 102, Guth, Thomas ........ 102, Gutwein, Daniel ..,.,,,1.1.. Haber, Barbara, .,,. 129, Haber, Sue .... 46, 62, Hack, Lytha .... 62, 168, Hacker, William ..,. 102, Hagedon, Patricia .... 102, Hahn, Daniel .,.........,,-,,--- Halderman, Jim ,... 62, 183, 235 Hall, Dianne ..........-..-.- Hall, Phyllis ......,.,1........ Hall, Roy .....,,..........,,--,.. Hall, Susan .... 63, 149. 177, 224, 226, 231, Hambrick, Kenneth .... 63 Hambright, Sherry .... 174 Hamby, Linda ................ Hames, Kathleen .... 129, Hammon, James .........,., Handy, Martha .... 129, Hannah, Clara 63, Hannah, David .,.. 129, Hannum, Betty .... 129, Hansen, John ..............,. Hanson, Cherie .... 46, 149, 155, 233, 236 Hardman, Delores ..,,,,...,. Hardman, Hardwick, James ............ Harley, Mary .....,,, 102, , Rosemary .,...... 183, 232 169, 234 128 174 126, 163 101 148, 174 101 155, 196 166, 213 151 101 129 129 129, 168 149, 232 183 62 129, 186 182, 231 226, 231 101 149, 163 163, 224 . 62 129 129 169 152. 231 129 129 62 62, 236 166, 236 102 62 222 166, 169 102 129, 167 182, 186 102 221 152, 228 149, 228 149, 206, 231 149, 236 231 168 102 155. 167 160, 167 169 153, 183 208, 210 102 150, 236 129 62 129 169, 234 154 129, 233 129 152, 167 178 156, 236 227, 231 152, 174 129 63, 238 129 129 102 235 Harlow, Gary ................ 102 Harmon, Louise ,...,,....,, 129 Harner, Julie .... 129, 152, 220 226 Harrison, Paula ,.,. 129, 154, 162, 167 Harrison, Richard .,,.....,.. 129 Harrod, Larry ............,,,, 63 Harrold, Michael .... 102 204 Harshman, Cheryl .,......,,,. 102 Harshman, Joan .... 63, 225, 231 Harshman, Judith .... 102, 166 Hart, David ,.,..... 129, 154 Ha'rt, Nancy .,.. 102, 206, 209, 210, 226, 229 231 Hartle, Dona ...........,,...,,,, 129 Hartley, Donald ........,,,,, ,, 63 Hartzel, Abbie .... 46, 63, 149. 155, 162, 163, 167 Hartzel, Margaret .... 129, 155, 162 228 Harwood, David .... 129 170 Harzinski, Larry .... 129 157 Hasting, Paul ,,,, 102, 171 Hastings, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,, 102 Hatfield, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 102 Hauck, Dennis ....., ,. 129 Hauck, Nancy ......,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 Hawn, Betty Ann .,.. 102, 148, 174, 219, 224 233 Hay, Marilyn ....,... 129, 178 Hayes, Leonard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 129 Head, Wfilliam ,,,. 102, 236 Headrick, Ella ..,. 102, 162, 163 167 Heath, Martha ..,, 102, 166 Hechler, Evelyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 129 Hedges, Gayle ,.,. 102, 154, 164, 224 Heffner, Robin .... 129, 167, 213 Hegele, Rolf .,,, 63, 151 204 Heikes, Judie ,,,. 119, 130, 155, 174 Heikes, Kevin .... 63, 175, 186, 188 Heizer, Sharon .....,,,,,,,,,,, 130 Heldenbrand, Jane .,., 130, 155 Heller, Betsy .... 130, 155, 164 176 Heller, Fred .,.......,., 102, 227 Helmer, Pamela .... 102, 167 Helser, Gerald .... 102, 150, 183 Hemker, Jane .... 63, 150, 163, 166 Henderson, Lyla .... 64, 224 Hendricks, William ........ 102 Henman, Barbara .,..,.,..... 102 Henn, Robert . ............... 130 Henry, Barbara .... 102, 165, 236 Hensley, Faye ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 150 Hensley, Ronald ............ 130 Herd, David .,,. 130, 154, 165 Herman, Leslie .... 46, 47, 64, 149, 178 Hermetz, John .... 103, 236 Herron, Carolyn ............ 103 Hertz, Edward ..,. 46, 64, 150, 173 Hertzlein, Ronald ............ 64 Hess, Jean .... 103, 154, 157. 163, 167 206 Hetrick, Elva .........,,.....,,,. 130 Hetzler, Russ ..,. 103, 174, 180 Heuser, Joyce ,,,. 130, 152, 178, 230 Hewitt, Pamela .....,,.....,... 103 Hewitt, Ronald ........ 103 165 Heywood, Laura .... 130, 155 Hicks, Ann .,.. 130, 152, 227 Hicks, Kathleen ....,,.,,,,1 103 Highley, John ................ 64 Higinbothorn, Susan ......., 130 Hild, Rodney .... 103, 150, 163, 194 Hildebrand, Wlilliam .,.. 130, 157 179 Hill, James .... 103, 186, 236 Hill, Pam ..,. 46, 64, 149, 154, 167 177 Hill, Ray ..........................,, 64 Hill, Robert .,....,.........,,.- 103 Himebaugh, Joe .,.. 130, 154, 204, 227 231 Himes, Steve ..........,. 130 154 Hinchman, Lewis .... 130 186 Hines, Carla .... 64, 169, 234 Hines, Dwight .,............,. 103 Hines, Jack .................,.. 187 Hinkley, Ann ..,. 103, 154, 174, 206 Hinkley, Carol .... 130, 152 Hinman, Sandra .... 103, 157 Hipple, Marjie ,... 64, 151, 156, 165 Hirsch, Patricia ..,,.,,,........ 64 Hirth, Gloria ......,. 130, 166 Hittinger, Phillip .,.......... 130 295 Hochstetler, Greg .... 150, 226. 229, 251 Hodges, Dain .... 150, 226, 231 Hodgkinson, Gayle ,,,, 150, 152, 174, 230, 233 Hoefling, Doug .,,. 64, 175. 186, 188, 218 Hoefling, Sharon ..,. 150, 152, 174, 224, 230, 233 Hoeflinger, Kathleen , ,,,,,, 103 Hoel, Steve .... 64, 174, 175, 179, 186, 188, 196, 197 Hoffman, Barbara ..,, 103, 224, 250 Hoffman, Lynn .... 105, 152, 166, 234 Hogan, Mike ,,,. 65, 156, 160, 163, 222 Hoilman, Barbara .... 65, 169 Hola, Stephanie .... 46, 65, 155,162, 163, 167,17-1, 228 Hola, Steven .... 150, 155. 180, 228 Holcomb, John ,,,. 46, 65, 150, 173, 179. 227, 229 Holcomb, XVendy ,,,,,,,,,,,, 46 Holland, Bonnie .... 65, 168, 169, 250 Holland, Stephen ,,,,,,,,,,,, 150 Hollis, Kathleen .,,. 105. 161 Hollis, XVayne .,.. 103, 154 Hollister, Sandra ,,,, 130. 155, 174, 226, 231 Holmstroin, Elaine .,,,,,,. 105 Holzen, Richard .... 150, 150 Hoover, Linda ..., 65, 174, 225, 234 Hoover, Michael .,,,,,,..... 150 Hoppe, Kenneth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 65 Horlacher, James 65, 149, 156, 175, 186, 188, 190, 193, 217 Horn, Jeanette ,.....,,,, 65 Hornsby, Grace ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65 Horton, Wfilliam 130, 148, 170 Houser, Rebecca 105, 215 Houser, Roberta ,,,,,,,,, ,, 150 Houston, Jennifer ,,,, 105, 156, 166 Howe, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 103 Howe, Karen ,.,. 65, 168, 178, 234 Howes, Scott ,,...,,.,,,,,,,,, ,, 150 Hoyer, Dan ,,,..,...,,. 65, 154 Hoyer, Sheryl ,,,, 66, 164, 168, 169. 231, 254 Hoyle, Don ,....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 Huddleston, Joseph ..., 105, 153 Huden, James ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 6 Huden, Vicky ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 105 Hudson, Dean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 105 Hudson, Joanne .,.. 66, 163, 174 Hudson, Judy ...,,... 150, 225 Hudson, Robert .,.1 150, 155 Huenel, Dave ,,,. 66, 175. 186, 188 Huff, Andy ,,,,,,,,,,,. 151, 256 Huff, Geraldine ........ 66, 169 Huff, Jane ,,.. 66, 166, 176i Z3- Huffman, David .... 46, 66, 181, 198 Huffman, Martin ,,,, 66, 204, 226, 229, 251 Huffman, Sharon ........,,,, 131 Hughes, Betty ,,,, 66, 149, 154, 163 Hughes, Robert ........,,.,,... 66 Hulsman, Richard ,... 103, 227, 229, 231 Hume, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 151 Hunter, Carolyn .,.. 151, 176 Hunter, Craig .....,,, 151, 182 Hunter, Louise ................ 104 Huntzinger, James ........ 104, 227, 229, 231, 236 Hurley, Judy .... 151, 166, 226, 231 Hurley, Pat ,... 104, 153. 166 Hurt, Contance ,,,.,. 104, 225 Hutchenson, Thomas .,,, 151 Hutchinson, Tim ,,,. 104, 204 Hutchison, Jerry .,,, 104, 19-1 Hyde, Phillip .... 151, 155, 174, 180 Hyre, Judy .,.. 66, 166, 234 Iiams, Robert .... 46, 67, 167, 204, 235 Insko, Russell ......,. 151, 156 Irvin, Carol ,,,, 33, 131, 155, 174 Irvin, Corrine .........,.. 67, 254 Irwin, Nancy ,,,. 67, 149, 152, 156, 159, 163, 215, 221 224, 250 Ishell, Richard ..,.,........... 151 Israel, Sue ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,, 6 7 Jackson, Lois ,. , 25, 46, 67, 152, 156, 163 296 Kinnard, Robert - Kinstle, Mel ,,,, 104, Jackson, Lynn ........ 151, 225 Jackson, Nickey ,,.,.,...,,,,... 104 Jackson, Shirley .... 67, 167. 169, 174 Jackson, Toni ,,,, 46, 47, 67. 149, 152, 167 Jacobs, Barbara ....,... 67, 174 Jaeger, Russell ,,,.......,.,,,, 151 Jahn, Robert ,... ..,.,. 1 51 Jahn, Bill ,,,, ,,,.,,.. ,,,,, 6 7 James, Cynthia .,,,,,,,....,,,. 131 James, John ,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,, 151 James, Susan ,....... 131, 225 Jamison, Kent .,,. 104, 150. 163. 171 Janey, Silas ,,,,,,,.,....,..,,,,,... 67 Jarusiewic, Paul ......,..,,. 131 Jenner, Dick .......,.,,,,,,.,,,, 10-i Jenkins, Sylvia .,.. 131, 154, 178 Jennings, Charles ........,,,, 131 Johnson, Cheryl ,,,,....,,,,,,,. 131 Johnson, David .....,,,,,,.,,,. 131 Johnson, Keith ,,,. 104, 174. 196, 197, 224 Johnson, Kenneth ,.,..,,,,,,. 67 Johnson, Phillip ,,,. 131, 165 Johnson, Theresa ,... 104, 166, 232 Johnson, Sherry .,,,.,,,,,1, 131 Johnson, Timothy 104, 150, 151, 153. 171, 185 Johnson, William .,,.,....... 10-1 Jones, Charles .,,..,,...,..... 104 Jones, Fred ,,,,,,,,,,......,,,..... 151 Jones, Jacqueline .... 151, 176 Jones, Joyce ,.,. 104, 156, 176 Jones, Judy .,,.,,,.......,.,,,, 104 Jones, Stephen .....,,. 131, 186 Jordan, Bruce ........ 67, 251 Jorden, Dave ,,,,,,.. 104, 155, 165, 256 Joy, Robert .,..... ...,,,,,,,. 1 51 Jump, Greg ...... 1.,,,. 5 5, 131 Kabbes, Robert .....,.,11.. 131 Kallat, James .... 132, 155. 162 Kappeler, Jack ..,.2V.-. 104 Karavish, Tony ,.... .,,. 1 32 Kash, Lee ,,,............,..---------- 67 Kaufman, Sherry .... 5, 67. 159, 174, 250 Kaylor, William .....2VV.-.. 132 Keene, Michele .,.. 46, 67, 149, 167 Keene, Thomas ....,.........-. 132 Keener, Sandra .... 67, 164. 176, 226, 230, 231 Keeney, Cheryl .,,, 67, 147, 148, 172, 208, 235 Keeney, Norbert .... 132, 186 Keirn, Judy .... 67, 168. 174, 206, 212 Keister, Martha .,,. 104, 167, 174, 225, 228 Keiter, Marcia ....,,1......,.. 132 Keller, Gary .... 68, 163 175. 186, 189, 218, 222 Kelly, Beverly ......,, 132, 168 Kelly, Patricia .,...,,,,,.,.....,,- 63 Kelly, Paul ....,,,......--,.YVYYVY- 132 Kemmer, Edward .....,,,.,,, 132 Kemper, Karen .,,. 132, 155. 174, 228 Kemper, Michael ,,,1,..,.... 132 Kennedy, Larry .,,,,... 132, 231 Kent, Gary .....,11------,,-.,,,,,- 132 Kern, Jack .,,,,. 1.,,11, 1 32, 167 Kerr, Loretta ,,,. .,..,1,.111, 1 32 Keto, John ........,,.. 132, 228 Ketteman, Helen .,,. 68, 166 Kettleson, Karen ............ 132 Kevern, Thomas .... 132, 155. 194 Keyes, James ...,.............,.. 132 Kibler, John ,,., 132, 162, 160 Kidd, Nikita ,,.......... 104, 174 Kidwell, Linda .11...----.--.-. 68 Kiefaber, Kandy ,.,. 46, 68, 149, 152, 158, 163, 174, 241 Kiernan, Brian ........ 104, 183 Kiger, Joy ........................ 10-1 Kimble, Robert ................ 132 Kindell, Ronnie .... 68, 174. 224, 226, 229, 251 Kindrick, Robert 46, 68, 149, 152, 162, 163 Kindrick, Sarah ,... 132, 154 Kindy, Thomas .... 132, 154, 186 King, Barbara ................ 104 King, Jack .... 104, 150, 187. 236 King, John ..,...,...1............. 132 King, Marilyn .... 132, 148, 152, 174 King, Terrance ................ 104 Kingsbury, David ........,,,. 104 Kinkade, Dee Ann .... 132. 152 150 163. 165 . 68 Kirchner, June ..,...,, 68, 167 Kirk, Sharon ..., 104, 146, 154, 156, 163, 174, 208, 224 Kirk, XVilliam ...........,.... 104 Kirsch, Christine .,,,,,,,. 105 Kissell, Doug ,,.. 105, 152, 17-1, 180 Kistler, Arthur ..,. 105, 224 Kistner, Dennis ,,,,,,.., ,,... 6 8 Klein, Pamela ,,,. 152, 156, 230 Kleinberg, William .. ,,,,..,. 68 Klim, Kathryn ,,,. 152, 152 Kling, Debbie ........ 152, 166 Klitch, Judith ,,,. 105, 156, 166, 206 Kloh, Regina .,...... 105 Kmett, Keith ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,...,. 68 Knapp, Michael .,.. 105, 154, 156, 231 Kniess, Lee 105, 186 Knight, Jerry ........ 105 Knott, Connie 132. 152. 174, 224 Knott, Joie ,,,,,,,.,,......,...,,.. 68 Knowlton, David ,,,, 68, 149, 151. 179 Knox, Joe ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 Knox, Peggy .,...... 105, 174 Knupp. Karen ,... 105, 163 Koch, Doris .,.. 105, 154, 156 Koeller, Robert ................ 133 Kohl, Shirley .... 68. 169. 206, 208, 210, 236 Konicki, Clifford ,,,, 105, 194 Konrad, Robert .,,, 105, 153 Kormos, Gregory 135, 194. 196 Kos, Bob .,.. 105, 150, 231. 227 Krajewski, Volker ,. 105. 153 175, 236 Kramer, Joyce ..,, 153, 225 Krapf, Patricia .... 133, 152, 224 Kratzer, Beverly .... 105, 174 Kraus, Terry ,..,,....,,........, 105 Krause, Sue ,,,. 133 155, 169 Kreitzer, Frances ,,,. 153, 154 Krohn, Judy .... 68 166, 228 Krug, Barbara ,.,, 105, 152, 166 Krug, Carole .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 105 Krynzel, Daniel .... 105, 198 Krznarich, Gail ..,, 105, 174 Knuck, Donna ....,,,,,,,,,,,, 135 Kuehner, Cheryl .,,. 106, 154. 236 Kuenn, Stanley .... 68, 150, 158 Kuhbander, Karen .... 69, 149, 154, 225, 250 Kuhn, Roger ,,,, 106, 150, 236 Kuntz, James ,,,. 106, 174, 186, 196 Kuntz, Marguerite .,,, 155, 155 Kunz, Gretchen ,... 119, 155, 150, 155, 209 Kurpe, Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Kuster, John . 155, 165 Ladd, Robert .,,.,.,.,....,..,,,. 69 Lafontaine, Stephanie ,,,, 106 Lageman, Alison .... 155, 167 Lahanas, Richard ........,,.. 133 Lam, Herbert ......,..,..,,,.,,,, 106 Lambert, Carole ,.,. 133, 174, 209, 233 Lamme, Kathryn .,.. 155, 155, 224 Landrum, Pamela .... 133. 155 Lane, Bruce ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 155 Lane, Janet ,,,...........,,.,., 106 Langdon, Trenia .... 155, 166 Langston, Peggy ,,,, 106, 155. 165, 174, 226, 228, 251 Lantz, Karen ,,,. 69, 159, 174, 230 Larue, Jackie ,,,, 106, 154, 231 Lathrop, Robert ,.,,.,,.....,.,. 155 Lauderbach, Marsha .,,. 46, 69, 167, 206, 208 Laughlin, Dave ,.,....,,,,,,,,, 69 Laurito, Jeffrey .... 106, 180, 193, 194, 195, 219, 221 Laurito, Louis .... 69. 186. 189, 196, 236 Law, Ellen ,,,, 106, 152, 156. 163, 165, 174 Lawhorn, Barbara .....,,,,,,, 155 Lawrence, Donald ,,,, 69, 175, 198, 199. 200, 201, 236 Lawrence, Edgar .........,., 106 Lawson, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 69 Lawson, Patricia .,......,,,.,,,. 69 Lawson, Sandra ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 106 Leach, Alice ........ 155, 166 Leap, Geraldine ..,.,... 89, 46 Lee, Carol ..,......... 155, 166 Lee, Connie ............ 155, 174 Lehman, James .........,..,,,. 69 Lehman, Mike ,...,,,. 69, 181 Lehman, Ann 106, 167. 209 236 Leiter, Sharon ......,, 106, 166 Leiter, Sharon ........ 106, 225 Lemon, Steve ,,.. ...,..,....,,,. 1 35 Leonard, Thomas ..,1 119, 133, 187 Lewis, Linda ,,,.,.,..........,.. 106 Lewis, Shirley .... 133, 225 Lighthiser, Richard .... 70, 226, 251 Lightsey, Thomas .,,, 155 155 Limbert, Dale .... 41, 70, 165, 235 Linard, Howard ,,,. 133, 174 Lindsey, Caroline ..., 106, 176, 255 Lindsey, Donna ,,,. 46, 70, 167, 236 Linklater, Nancy ..,. 155, 155, 174 Linville, Nancy 70, 156, 236 Linville, Ted ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 List, Bonnie ..........,. 228, 133 Liston, Susan .... 106, 154. 163, 167, 177, 228 Liszak, Thomas ................ 133 Litsey, JoAnn .,.. 70, 166. 168. 178, 221, 254 Littell, Barbara 70, 167, 236 Little, Doug ,................... 70 Little, Iyfike ..,, 106, 163, 171, 181 Lloyd, Valeria .,.. 133. 150. 152, 156, 176 Lobo, David .... 106, 174, 175. 186, 256 Loesch, Larry ................ 106 Loftus, Vicki ,.,.............,,,. 153 Logan, Dave .... 46, 70, 149. 151, 152 Logan Robert ,,,, 70, 148, 174, 175, 185 198, 199. 200, 201 Logan, Steven .... 119, 133. 150, 203 Logsdon, Rebecca .... 133, 155 Long, Derek .................,.. 154 Long, Gary .,,..1.... ....,,, 1 54 Long, Sharon ..,...........,,,,,. 70 Long, Shirley ..,.......,..... 106 Longstreath, Gloria .... 106, 169 Lookabaugh, Bob .,... ,... 1 06 Loomis, Barbara ........,,..,,,, 70 Lotter, Bob .,..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.. 106 Loveless, Eric .,....rr 134, 196 Lovins, Laura .... 3, 71, 159, 174, 241, 233 Low, Thomas .......,...,,.,. 106 Lowder, Joyce .... 134, 164, 155 Lowe, Donald ........ 106, 231 Lowry, Stephen .... 134, 186. 203 Loy, Karen ,,,,,,. .,,,,,.,,..... 1 54 Loy, Karole ,,,, ..,.. 7 1, 254 Luke, John ....... ...,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Luken, Randy .... 106, 167, 180 Lukens, Chris .... 106, 154, 165 Lunderman, Jack .... 107, 179, 236 Lust, Eberhard ..,,,. 71, 151. 153, 163 Luttrell, Ronald 154, 224 Lyle, Doug .... 107, 181, 224 Lynch, Catherine .... 107, 154, 167, 174, 212 Lyttle, Shirley ......,..,...... 107 Maclntyre, Mary .... 71, 156, 163, 174 MacFarland, Sandra ,,,,,,,, 154 Maas, Henry .,,.,,...,..,,,.,.,, 256 Machael, Nancy ........ 71, 234 Machowsky, Juergen .,,, 71, 236 Madaffer, Carol .....,,,,....... 107 Madden, Terry ..,. 107, 194 Madden, William .,,. 150, 107, 153, 156, 179, 186 Madewell, Jean 152, 157 Madison, Jill ,,.. 72, 154, 163 Mae-der, Michael ,,.. 107, 175, 196, 197 Magill, Larry ...........,........ 107 Malone, Je'ry .... 107, 150, 51, 153, 227, 251 Manchester, Mike .,., 46, 72, 148, 152, 175, 188, 200, 236 Manley, Michael .... 107, 180 Mann, Laurence ..,......... 72 Manny, Patrick 154, 155 Marchio, Diana .... 72, 168, 225 Marcum, Janie ..... ..... 1 34 Marcum. Kathy ............... 107 Mardis, Mike ......,......,.. 107 Marlin, Karen .,,,,, 134, 154 Marshall, Charles .... 107, 165, 181 Marshall, Donald .... 107 231 Marshall, Sharon .. 154, 152, 170 Martin, Daniel .... 134, 186 QMartin, Diana. ..,. 134, 169 Iwfartin, Irwin .a,. 107, 152, 231 Marvin, Larry ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 72 Mason, Carol ,,,,,,.. ..,,..... 1 54 Mason, Kenneth ...,........,,,, 72 Massie, Mike ,,.. 72 151, 179, 204 Masters, Charles ...........,.... 107 Matheny, Judity .... 154, 152 Matonis, Karen ..,. 154, 169 Matthews, Dianne .... 107 166 Matthews, Roberta ...,,,., 154 Maul, Nick ,,,. 72 235, 236 Maxie, Dennis .....,.....,.... 107 Maxfield, Paul .,,, 134, 154 165, 235 l Mayberry, Connie ,,.. 134, 224, 235 Mayor, Charles .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 107 Mayo, Virginia ,... 134, 176 Mays, Elizabeth ,,,,,,,,,,.. 154 Maxfield, Paul .,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 154 McAfee, Chris .,,. 49, 71, 174, 175, 236 McCabe, Bonnie .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 71 McCafferty, Teryl ..,. 71, 148, 174, 217, 233, 234 McCartney, Larry .... 154, 186 McClanahan, Betty .... 107, 153 McClellan, Cheryl ....,,,. 154 McClellan, James ........ 125,, 134 154, 186f McClellan, Karen .,,,,,,, 154, 154, 176 McClellan, Nancey .,....,.,... 154 McClelland, Laura .,,, 71 224 McCoy, Dayid ........,....,.. 154 McCoy, Gerald ..... ..... 1 07 McCoy, Kenneth ..... .... 1 34 McDaniel, Connie .........,, 107 McDonald, Greg ................ 71 McElyea, Wlilliam ,,,. 134. 180, 194 McEvoy, James .,.. 107, 228 McFarland, Dennis .... 134, 164 McGohan, Dan .... 154, 155 McGraw, Charles .... 107 181 McKee, Paul .................... 134, McKelvey, Marjorie .... 134, 155, 209 McKenzie, David .,,. 107, 163. 194 McKnight, Connie .... 72 230 McLaughlin, Noreen .... 72, 234 McMurdo, Steven .... 135 183 McNew, Lonnie ,,,.,,,..,,. 155 McPherson, SoAnn ..,. 135, 225 230 McSherry, Bill ,,,. 108, 154, 181 McSherry, Karen ...,,.......,... 72. McTighe, David ---. 72, 150, l 151, 174, 179 Meadows, Wayne .... 108, 168, 173 Meddock, Terry .... 135, 155 Medlin, Ben ,,,.......,,.,,....... 73 Meeker, Sally .... 135, 152, 167 Megrew, Ellen .,.. 73, 165, 177, 227, 229, 231, 234 Melin, Madline ..,. 73, 166, 169 Melke, Jane .... 135, 224, 230 Melville, Patricia ...,.,...... 108! Mengle, Edward .... 135, 196 Mercs, Veronica .... 73, 166, 169 Merriman, Karen .... 75, 254 Merz, Thomas .,,. 108, 150, 154 Mesarvey, Dennis .... 73, 232 Mesarvey, Keith .... 108, 168. 236 Metz, Thomas .....,,.....,,..,. 108 Metzler, Joseph ................ 155 Meuche, Steve 73, 150, 157, 163, 222 Meyer, Kent ,,,,.....,.. 73, 181 Meyer, Marilyn .,,,..,.,,,.,,.. 73 Meyer, Paul .... 135, 154, 181 Meyers, Arnette .... 108, 226. 231 Meyers, Arnold ....,... 73, 236 Meyers, Richard ,... 108, 181 Meyers, Thomas .........,.. 155 Michael, Barb .....,.......... 108 Michael, Robert .... 41, 135, 186 Mikesell, Edward .Y,. 108, 181 Miles, Susan ............ 135, 155 Millard, John .... 108, 162, 185 Miller Antoinette .Y.. 108, 154 Miller, Bonnie .... 75, 225, 256 Miller, Carolyn ........ 46, 75 Miller, Charmalyn ,,,. 155. 152, 166 Miller Clarence ,,Y,,,,,,,,. 108 Miller David ,,,. 155, 155, 157 Miller, Deborah .... 155, 176 Miller, Joyce .,...,......,,.. 108 Miller, Judy .,., ,,,, 7 3, 166 Miller Lance ,,,. 108, 155, 194 1'1iller Martha ........ 108 256 Miller, Raymond ,,.,,,,,,,,, 103 Miller, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 108 Miller, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73 Miller, Robert .1.,,,.. 75, 252 Miller, Rodney ,Y.. 155, 187, 194, 205 Miller, Susan ..., 108, 165, 168, 174 Miller, Vicki .... 108, 154, 165, 174 Miller, Vicki ........ 155, 155 Millonig, John .... 155, 152, 180 Minnick, David ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 135 Minnish, Susan .... 75, 168, 169, 234 Mitchell, Myron ,.,. 109, 196 Mitchell, Russell ,,,,,,,,,,,, 135 Moline, Dale .... 109, 165, 175, 198 Monbeck, Judy ......,, 73, 209 Monesmith, Jim ,,,,,,,,,,,, 135 Moninger, Carolyn .....,.. 109 Moninger, Dan .... 155, 154 Ivionnett, John .,,, 46, 75, 179, 227, 251 Moody, James .... 155, 187, 251, 196 Moody, Karel .... 155, 166, 169 Mooney, William ,,,, 27, 46, 74, 156, 163, 222, 236 Moore, Beverly ........ 74, 225 Moore, Don ,,,,,,,,,,, , 109, 236 Moore, Gary ..,, 109, 187, 195, 219 Moore, Gary ,,,..,,..,.. 135, 186 Moore, James .,.. 109, 154, 204 Moore, Kathleen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109 Moore, Larry .... 74, 150, 151, 174, 179 Moore, Mike ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109 Moore, Virginia .... 109, 174 Moorhead, Judy .... 74, 174, 254 Morabito, Samuel .... 155, 182 Moreland, Randy .... 74, 173, 179 Moren, Barbara ,... 109, 165 Moritz, Katheyn ,,,, 109, 148, 165, 174, 206, 219, 235 Morris, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109 Morrison, Charles .,,,,,,,,,, 74 Morrow, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Mosier, Ken ,,,,,,,,,,,, 74, 163 Moss, Tim ,,,,,,,,,,,, 109, 236 Mote, Janice ,,,. 74, 178, 212, 215, 226, 251, 254 Mote, Thomas .........,,,,,,, 109 Mount, John ....,..,,,,,,,,, 135 Mountz, Tom .... 46, 74, 165, 175, 198, 236 Ivlowen, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7.1 Mueler, David ........ 155, 187 Muha, XVilliam ..,1,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Mullen, Gerald ..,.11,,,,,,,,,, 135 Mullins, Jerry ,.,.,,,, 74, 236 Mullins, Peggy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109 Mulvaney, Joyce .... 74, 165, 166, 226, 231 Murch, Ann .... 155, 166 174 Murphy, Diana .... 156, 178 Murphy, Timothy ............ 109 Murray, Nancy .,.. 155, 155. 226, 251 Musselman, Mike .,,,..,,,, 156 Musson, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Myers, Marley ........ 74, 175, 187, 256 Myers, Robert ,.,. 156, 155, 179, 251 Myers, Sandra ...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Nanni, Cheryl ,....... 109, 152 Nash, Debbie .... 156, 152, 174, 250 Nead, Barbara .... 109, 155, 166 Nees, Dave .... 74, 150, 179, 228 Neff, Linda ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 09 Neff, Marianne ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 35 Nehez, Michael ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nellis, Larry .........,., 136, Nelson, Carl .,.. 46, 75, 175, 17.9, 227, 229, Nelson, Leslie ....,....,,,,,,, Nelson, Robert .... 46, 75, 179, 227, Nemecek, Jean .............,.. Nevin, Jim ....,,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,, Newlin, Nancy .... 109, Newton, Judy .,.,..,.....,,,,,,,, . 74 204 150, 251 156 150, 251 156 . 75 152, 167 109 Neyhouse, Dorothy ......,...,. 109 Neyhouse, Michael ,,,,,,,,,,,, 75 Nicholson, Ken ..., 109, 154, 165, 180, 204 Nickelson, Joyce ..,. 156, 225 Nickelson, Theodore ,,,. 136, 224 Nicoll, Nancy ,,,i 75, 177, 226, 228, 255 Niedhamer, Sherrie .,,, 136, 168, 177 Nies, Virginia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Nikides, Joanne .,.. 156, 155 Ning, Gilbert ..., 156, 155, 181 Nishimura, Susan ..., 109, 167, 174 Nix, Marian ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Nixon, Gary .1,. 46, 75, 150 Nixon, James .,.. 136, 170, 255 Noble, Lamar .,,. 156, 227, 251 Norris, Ella ,,,. 156, 166, 167 Norris, Kenneth .... 109, 251 Northup, Joyce .,.. 156, 157, 166, 169 Noyes, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 109 O'Banion, Sharon .,,,.,,.,,,, 109 O'Brien, Patricia .... 156, 166 Odom, Donna .,.. 109, 152, 156, 174, 178 O'Donnell, John ........,,,,,,., 75 Oehetman, Jean .... 156, 155, 228 Oeters, Fred ................,,,, 156 Ogle, Bonnie .... 136, 150, 154, 174 Oishi, Marlene ,... 109, 166 Oldham, Larry ..............., 109 Olszewski, Brigitte ,... 156, 152 Olt, Gretchen .... 156, 152, 250 Ondre, Linda ...,........,... 109 Ondre, Patricia ........ 75, 224 O'Neal, Donna .... 156, 225 O'Neil, Jill .... 109, 152, 154, 174 Ono, Barbara .... 46, 75, 167 Ono, Tina ,,,. 156, 154, 166 Oosting, Beth .... 109, 156. 167 Orf, Daniel ..., 156, 165, 168 Osborn, David ,,,. 46, 75. 227, 251 Osborne, Dick ,....... 109, 224 Osborn, Don ,... 157, 164, 251 Osborn, Marlene .... 75, 164 Osborn, Susan ,,,. 157, 225 Osborne, Joan .,.. 127, 225 Osman, Charles .,,, 75, 175 Osman, Jane .... 157, 168, 169 Ossege, Jean .r......,. 109, 169 Ossege, Larry .........,,,.,,, 157 Osterloh, Linda .... .,,. 1 10 Ottoc, Candra ,,,.1.,.. .... 1 37 Otto, Wilsa Mae ....,,,,,,,, 76 Overholser, James .... 157, 148, 186, 205 Overholser, Vickie .... 46, 49, 76, 149, 152, 156, 226, 165, 251 Owens, Charlotte .... 110, 250 Owens, Lois .,,.,,.,,,,, 76, 169 Owsley, Michael ...,,,,,,,,, 137 Oxley, Gary ........ 157, 194 Oxley, James .... 76, 175, 186, 189, 190, 256 Pacini, Gary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 157 Palmer, Carloyn .... 76, 152, 165, 166, 174, 177, 236 Palmer, John .... 76, 175, 186. 188, 195 Palmer, Mark .... 157, 227, 251 Palmer, Shirley .... 157, 169 Papenbrock, Richard ,..,.,., 157 Parks, Barry ........ 110, 181 Parker, Thomas ,... 76, 167, 255, 256 Parmley, Thomas ................ 76 Patrick, Larry .... 76, 174, 175, 198, 200, 221 Patrick, Terry ..............,, 137 Patterson, Elizabeth ,... 46, 76, 152, 165, 178, 226, 251 1 Paul, John ................ 157, 251 Pease, James ...,...,...,........ 110 Pease, Pam .,.. 157, 155, 167. 17-1 Peelle, Paula .... 76, 152, 167, 228, 255 Peeno, Helen ........ 110, 169 Pemberton, Ralph ............ 110 Penley, Roger ........ 110, 155 Pennington, Pamela .r., 76. 165, 254 Pennington, Sharon .... 55, 157, 226, 251 Penquite, Jacqueline 110, 174 Peoples, Pamela .... 77, 156, 178 Pepper, Kenneth ., ....., 110 Perdue, Barbara ..... ....... 1 10 Perdue, Janis ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 10 Perkins, Margie .,,.,,.. 77, 166 Perkins, Sandra ....,.,,,,,, 110 Perry, Nancy ,,,. 77, 158, 165, 174,177,206,226,229,251 Pester, Dianne .... 77, 165, 234 Pester, Karen ...,.,,, , 110 Pester, Stephen ,,..,,.. 137, 154 Peters, Janet ........,.,,,,,,,,,, 77 Peterson, Charles .... 110, 196 Peterson, Gerald .... 77, 255 Peterson, Judy ..r,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77 Peyton, Charlotte .... 110, 168, 174 Phillips, David ....,.......,,,, 137 Phillips, Donna .... 77, 169 Phillips, Floyd .... 77, 194, 256 Phillips, Gayle ..,. 157, 155. 174 Phillips, Jeff ...... ...,,,,,,,, 1 98 Phillips, Julia ,,...... 157, 228 Phillips, Patricia .,.. 46, 77, 165, 254 Phillips, Robert L. ,,..,,,,,,,, 77 Phillips, Robert P. ..,..,.. 77 Phillips, Sharon ................ 157 Pierce, Daniel ........ 157, 154 Pierce, Suann ........ 137, 170 Piero, Sylvia ,... .,..,....... 7 8 Pilson, Robert ............,,.. 110 Pitcher, Phyllis .... 157, 152, 167 Platt, Albert .,..., ........... 1 57 Plumb, Cheryl ..,. 78, 165, 174, 176 Pobst, Nancy ,,.. 110, 165, 227, 229, 251 Poffenberger, Larry ,,.,.,.. 110 Poulos, Karen .........,...... 157 Poulos, Timothy .... 157, 197 Powell, Sharon .... 157, 168 Power, Frances ................ 78 Power, Janice ...... ........ 1 57 Presley, Allene .....,,,.......r 157 Price, Carolyn ........ 110, 224 Price, Gary .... 110, 227, 251 Price, Larry ,,r.......,.rr.,,.., 157 Price, Paul ............ 157, 165 Priske, Thomas ..........,.,... 78 Pritchard, Norma ........,,., 157 Prithcard, Russell .... 157, 154 Profitt, David ,... 46, 78, 150. 194 Proffit, Sharon .... 158, 156 Prosser, Barry ................,.,. 78 Prosser, Janet ................ 158 Prouty, Robert ................ 110 Prugh, Edwin 158, 194, 205 Puckett, Beverly -'-' 110, 155, 162 Purkey, Robert .... 78, 150, 151, 158, 165, 175 256 Puterbaugh, Don ..,.,,,.,,,. 158 Puterbaugh, Ralph .... 110, 174, 204 Puterbaugh, Ruth .... 78, 254 Quast, Jerry .... 158, 154, 182, 205 Quast, Ray .,,,......,............. 158 Quigley, Patricia 110 Rabold, Scottie ................ 1 10 Rader, Jo Ann .,.. 78, 174, 209 Rader, Tom .... 110, 150, 151, 180, 227, 229, 231 Raines, Toni ........ 110, 167 Rainwater, Terry .,.......... 158 Ramaley, Susan .,.. 110, 154, 174, 220, 221, 230 Ramey, Virgil .......,........ 110 Rammler, Ann .,...,.. 46, 78 Randolph, Carol .... 78, 158, 168, 250 Rankin, Kristina .... 158, 155, 167 Rauch, Beverly .... 78, 150, 156, 157, 230 Rausch, Daniel .... 158, 227 Rausch, Pattye ,,,. 110, 150, 151, 152, 156, 165, 228 Rausenberg, Suzanne .,., 138, 167 Readey, Jack ,.,. 110, 174, 198, 201 Readey, James .,,. 110,' 174, 198, 219, 256 Reagan, Kathleen .... 158, 155, 174 Reed, Paula 79, 168, 254 Reed, Walter ........,..,,,,,,,,, 133 Reeder, Charlene ....,,,. 158 Reesem, Cheryl ,,,. 158, 154. 174, 224 Reese, David .... 158, 203 Reidy, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Reigelsperger, Dale ,,,. 111 Reilly, Michael ..........,. 158 Reinicke, Bill .... 111, 174. 175, 180 Rembolcl, David ,,,. 158, 153, 224 Resh, Marianne .... 111, 152, 165,167,224,227,251,236 Revis, Elois ,,,,,,,,.... 138, 225 Reynolds, Jane .... 79, 168, 176, 225 Reynolds, Larry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Ribas, Vicki ........ 111, 166 Rice, Janet ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 25 Rice, Ted ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Richards, Jill ....,,,, 79, 174, 208, 217, 225, 255, 236 Richardson, Carol .,,, 111, 166, 255, 219 Ridenour, JoAnn ,,,. 111, 174 Riffel, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Riggs, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 138 Riggs, Frances .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 138 Rike, Doug .,,,,,,..... 111, 180 Riley, Faith ,,,, 79, 154, 161, 174 Rinehart, Janet ..., 158, 166, 226, 251 Ringelspaugh, Linda ,,.. 46, 79, 149, 165, 166, 172, 206, 208, 210, 256 Rish, Martha ...,.,.. 138, 152 Rittenhouse, Joyce .... 111, . 155, 162, 165, 167 Ritter, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Rivero, Catherine ,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Rix, Roibert .,,, 158, 155, 196 RiZZO, Kathleen ,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Rizzo, Mary ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 9 Roach, Dale ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Roark, Leonard ,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Roark, Luella .... 79, 152, 167 Robbins, Jack ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Roberts, Carolyn ,,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Roberts, Gloria ...., ,,,, 1 11 Roberts, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Roberts, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Robertson, Lenard .,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Robertson, Philip .,,. 111, 150, 152, 174, 179, 198, 236 Robeson, Franklin .,,. 95. 111, 156, 175, 186 Robinson, Charles .... 55, 79, 151, 154 Robinson, Cheryl .... 139, 170 Robinson, Pamela .... 46, 79, 174, 177, 25-1 Robison, Daniel .,.. 111, 174, 175, 198 Rodgers, Edward ,,..,,,,,,,, 139 Rodgers, Janice .,......,..,..,, 111 Rodgers, Patricia ,....,..,... 139 Roepken, Kathy .... 159, 169. 215 Rogero, Leroy .... 158, 139, 187 Rogers, Dennis .....,....,,.... 79 Rogers, Jeanelle ...., ,,,, 1 39 Rogers, Katie .....,.,..,...,. 111 Rogers, Saundra .....,....., 139 Roller, Jay ,...,,.,,,.. 159, 154 Rommel, Douglas .... 79, 179 Roof, Gary ,,..,....,..........,.., 79 Rookstool, Ronald ,,,, 159, 251 Rose, Ronald .... 79, 113, 151 Rosenquist, Nancy .... 79, 150, 152, 163, 167, 254 Rosenquist, Niles ..,. 139, 152 Ross, Barbara ........,....,,. 139 Ross, Diana .,,,,.,........,,... 169 Ross, Jeanne .,,. 159, 155, 167 Ross, Larry ............,,,,....... 139 Ross, Paula .,.. 79, 152, 163, 177 Ross, Susan .... 139, 155, 177 Rossiter, Erick .....,,,.....,,. 111 Rosson, Lynne ........ 80, 256 Roush, Elaine ....,.,,........ 80 Roush, Sally .... 14, 46, 47, 80, 149, 156, 159, 225 Rowe, Ronald ........ 111, 150 Rowland, Margaret ..,. 111, 152, 174, 219, 224, 253 Rowland, Veda .,.. 111, 155, 162, 163, 164 Royston, James ...,.......,.... 111 Rubin, Barbara .... 111, 150, 154,165,206,226,229,251 Ruckman, James .... 159, 155 Rudolph, George ..,,r..,,... 159 Ruhlman, Donald .,.. 111, 180 Ruhly, Sharon .,,. 159, 155, 156 Runyon, Douglas ..Y,1..-..-- 139 Russell, Linda ..,, 46, 80, 155. 162, 167, 20s, 228 Russell, Mary B. ,... 159, 155. 174, 225 Russell, Patricia ,,......,,,,.,,, 80 Russell, Sheila ,... 111, 154, 174 Rutherford, Bill ....,Y,,,,1.,,, 159 Rutherford, Dolores ..,, 224, 254 Rutherford, Paul .,,,,,,..... 159 Rutherford, Virginia ..,. 112, 168 Sackstader, Claude ,,,. 80 155 Saddler, Joan ,....... 139, 224 Saemann, Irene .... 46, 80. 155, 157, 165 167 Saettel, Harry ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Safreed, Karen ......,, 80, 176 Salyer, Sandra ..., 112, 152, 17-l Salyers, Delane ,,,, 112, 251 Salyers, Kenneth ..,,,,.,,,..,,.. 80 Sanders, David ............ 139 Sanders, John ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Sanders, Richard .... 159, 224 Sandlin, Kathy ,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, 139 Sandy, Gary ,,,..... 159, 182 Satterfield, Jack ..,.,..,.,,, 139 Sauer, David .,...,.. 112, 174 Saunders, Peter .... 112, 180 Savino, Donald ..,.,,,,,,,,.., 140 Schaaf, Anna ..,,..,. 112, 165 Schade, Linda ....,,.. 80, 174 Schadle, Junne ,.,. 80, 174 Schaefer, Richard ,... 112, 151, 175 Schaefer, Rita ..........,.,,,, 140 Schaefer, Sue ,,,..,.. 140, 224 Schafer, John .....,......,,.. 140 Schaffer, David .... 112, 155, 165 Schalnat, Cheryl .... 140, 174 Schaper, Barbara .,.. 140, 155 Schardt, Mike .,,..... 112, 187 Schellhase, Beverly .,,. 80, 152, 174 178 Schelling, Bonnie .... 140, 224 Scherer, Walter, 80, 198, 200, 256 Schilling, Donald ....,,,,.,.. 112 Schimer, Carolyn .... 80, 168 Schleinitz, Carol ,... 80, 166, 177, 256 Schloeman, Nancy .... 80, 156, 165, 217, 223, 234 Schmidt, James .,,. 80, 156, 163, 215, 225, 224, 236 Schneider, Roger .... 112, 152 Schneider, Ron ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 112 Schneider, Steve ,,,.. ,,,,..., 1 12 Schneider, Terry .,,.,,,,,,,. 140 Schoepfle, Patricia ,,,, 81, 169 Schramm, Mark ...,.....,,, 140 Schroeder, Katheleen ,,.. 140, 155, 164 250 Schuder, Charles .,.. 81, 228 Schuler, Wayne ............ 140 Schumacher, Charles .....,.. 140 Schwartz, David ,,......,,..,... 81 Schweller, Rita .....,.,........ 112 Scott, Gary ,,.......... 112, 186 Scott, Margaret .... 140, 150, 155, 174 Scott, Michael .,..,..,.....,,,,,,, 81 Scott, Russell ..........,. 81, 179 Scott, Thomas .... 81, 154, 179 Scou, XHcki .,,,,,,..... 140, 155 Scroggy, Mary ................ 140 Scroggy, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81 Sea, Sarah .... 81, 165, 174, 206, 208, 210 Seeler, Uwe ,,,. 46, 81, 149, 150, 151, 155, 256 Seibert, Phyllis ,..,,,,. 81, 254 Seitz, Randall ............,... 112 Selby, Marvin ..,.,.,, 140, 171 Selz, Andrea .....,......,,,.,,,. 112 Senft, Suzanne ..,. 46, 81, 149, 152, 178 Sensenbaugh, Den ,.,,,,.,,,,, 186 Sentell, Joann .,,.,,,..,..,,.. 140 Severns, Dorina ...,..,. 81, 254 Severns, John .,,. 140, 251 Shadoan, Ann ......,..,,,,,.,,,.. 140 Shadowens, Carolyn .,,,,,,. 112 Shafer, Judith ...,.... 140, 174 Shaffer, Carolyn ..., 112, 152 Shaffer, Jaime! ..,. 112, 194 Shalf, Jerome ..,. 46, 82, 149, 150, 169 Shanes, Dianne .... 140, 150 Sharp, Jacquelyn ............ 140 2'?7 Shartle, John .... 140, 186, 196, 227, 231 Shatzer, George .....,......,. 112 Shaw, Peggy ,... 112, 150, 154, 157 Shawver, Nancy v,,. 112, 166, 236 Shawver, Sharon ,,,. 82, 176. 232 Sheafier, Sharon .,,. 82, 154, 161 Shell, James .,...... 140, 231 Shelley, Craig .,..,....,,,,... 112 Sherman, Lois ......Y. 82, 206 Sherman, Sally .... 112, 166. 206 Shinn, Barbara ,....... 112 153 Shipley, Jacqueline ,.....,. 112 Shirley, Stephanie ....,,1.,.. 140 Shockey, Marilyn .... 140 154 Shoemacher, Jeff .,,, 46 82, 150, 151, 152 157 163 Shoemaker, Sandra ,,,. 140, 148, 155 Shormaker, Tony ......,,,,,,,,,. 82 Shonk, Sherman .... 46, 82, 150, 152, 163 173 236 Shonk, Sherry ,,...........,., 140 Short, Margaret ..YY,,,. 140 169 Short, William ..,.,1...... 112 Shue, Jacquelyn .... 112, 206 Shultheis, Carol .... 140, 166, 226, 231 Shurte, Richard ..,,,..,....,.,. 82 Siddall, Judith ......., 140, 154 Siegrist, Melvin .....,,,,,,, 140 Sikes, Sherry .... 112, 165, 168 Silas, Melanie ,Y.1 82, 163, 212 Silcox, Hugh .,.,,,,,,,.,....,.,, 82 Siler, Linda ..........,,.,,,,,,, 140 Sillery, Ruth .,,. 113, 150 166 Simmerman, Jamie .... 113, 152, 174 230 Simovart, James ....,,,,,,r.r,,, 140 Simpson, Jennifer ..,,..,..,., 140 Simpson, Steve .... 46, 82, 179, 227 231 Sizer, Sandra .... 113, 155, 167, 176, 206 Skinner, Charles ,,.. 49, 82, 163, 174, 175, 186, 189. 193, 217, 222 Slaidins, Dainis .,,.....,... 141 Sloan, William .... 113, 198, 227, 229, 231, 236 Smalley, Joyce ..22,,,, 83, 169 Smiley, Leslie .,,, 141, 153. 174 Smith, Bennet ,..,.... 113, 163 Smith, Betsy .,,, as, 159, 163, 174, 228 Smith, Carolyn .... 141, 152 Smith, Cheryl .... 113, 152, 174 Smith, Curtis ..,.,,.. 141, 186 Smith, Diane .....,,,,.,.,,,.,... 141 Smith, Harold ........ 83, 224 Smith, Jacquelyn .... 141, 152, 170, 174, 225, 230 Smith, Janet ......,. 141, 230 Smith, Jeff ..........,...,.,,.. 141 Smith, Joyce ........ 141, 230 Smith, Joyce .,.,,,,. 141, 220 Smith, Judith ,,.. 83, 154, 155, 174, 206, 212, 213, 220, 224, 225, 230 Smith, Mary .........,,. 83, 234 Smith, Richard ........ 168, 224 Smith, Rita .,... ..,..,,,..,. 1 41 Smith, Scott ,,.......,.. 141, 155 Smith, Shirley .,.,,,,..,...,., 113 Smith, Stephen ..., 141, 155, 165 Smith, Suzanne .... 141, 155, 156 Snively, Vicki .... 33, 163. 174, 225, 236 Snyder, Charlotte .... 113, 152, 162, 224, 230, 236 Sohl, Kathy .... 141, 152, 156. 162 Somerwill, Larry .... 113, 152, 181 Sones, Darlene .... 113, 152, 162, 167 Sorg, Ricard ........................ 83 Spaulding, Barbara .,...,.,.. 141 Spence, Darold ..........,..... 141 Spence, Harold .... 141, 154, 203 Sperry, Thomas .... 141, 154 Spicer, Barbara ...,..,......... 113 Spicka, Douglas .... 113, 179, 204 Spicker, Kathleen .,,. 83, 234 Spitler, Jean .................... 113 Springer, Dee Ann .... 141, 174, 224 Spurrier, Sharon ..., 141, 152, 166 , 298 1 Stachler, Mark ,.,. 141, 180, 231 Stachler, Mike .,.. 113, 154 Stahl, Betty ,,,, 83, 141, 165, 168 Stahl, Michael ......,,.,,... 113 Stalllard, Rodney .... 83, 236 Stanfield, Robert ..........., 141 Stanton, Barbara ,... 141, 155. 156, 174 Stapleton, Barbara ,,., 113, 163, 172, 174, 206, 228 Staton, Connie .........,....,. 141 setup, Linda .,.. 113, 152, 163 174 Staup, Leslie .... 141, 169, 174 Steek, Linda ......,..........,,. 83 Steffen, Nina ,,.. 84, 174, 176 Steinbarger, Sharon ...... . 84 Steiner, John ........ 84, 179 Steltenkamp, Sherry ,.,. 84. 152, 174, 177, 234 236 Sternmler, Paula .1,. 113, 153 Stemple, Joyce ..,. 141, 148, 152, 171, 231 Stephens, Gretchen .,.. 113, 174 Stephens, Joe .,.,,...,,..,,,, 141 Stephens, Patricia ..,,....,,.. 83 Stepp, Floyd ,.,,,,.. 141, 148 Stepp, Steve .,,, 141, 226 231 Sterling, Drex .,...... 142, 228 Stertzbach, Cynthia .... 142, 225 Stevens, Daniel .... 142, 164, 224 Stevens, Marie ,.....,. 142, 169 Stevens, Sharon .2..,.......,22. 142 Stevens, William .... 142, 155 Stock, Tom ,,,...,,.,.......... 231 Stocker, Gloria ......2,,....... 113 Stolzenberger, Sharon .,,. 23. 84, 177, 230, 236 Stoner, Patricia .,,,,,...,,,..,2 84 Story, Jerry ,,....,111,. ..... 1 13 Stoughton, Rick .....,. ...... 1 42 Strader, Richard .....,,,,,., 142 Strasser, Carol ,......,.,,.,... 142 Strausbaugh, Harold .... 1425 15 Strausbaugh, Linda .,,. 142, 167, 228 Strausbaugh, Roberta ..,. 142 Strauch, Carole .,,. 114, 178, 224 Strachan, Jean ., .....,.,,,, 84 Strickle, Karen ,....... 84, 154 Stringer, Frances .,,,,,,,,,,, 142 Stromenger, Ralph ,.......... 142 Strong, Norma .... 142, 174, 230 Struble, Elyse ......., 84, 234 Stuck, Tom .,.. 114, 165, 227, 228 Stuck, Paul ..,,..,......... 84, 235 Stuckey, Sharon .... 142, 152, 166 Studebaker, Gloria ..,.,,,... . 84 Stull, Carole ,2,, 114, 154, 174, 209 Stump, Brenda .,,. 114, 156, 174, 220 Sturtevant, Evelyn .... 114, 152 Sturtevant, Mary ,,.. 114, 152 Stutz, Nanette .........,..,... 142 Sullivan, Joyce .... 142, 155 Supensky, Anne .... 142, 235 Supensky, Gregory ..,.,..,.... 84 Sutton, Larry ........ 142, 231 Swafford, Wanda ..........,. 114 Swartzel, Barb ,.1..... 114, 166 Swearengen, Marg ..,......,,, 142 Sweet, Robert .........,...... 142 Swigeart, Linda .... 114, 155. 163, 231 Swink, Patricia ..,. 114, 155, 166, 206 Swisher, Douglas .,,......... 46 Sykes, Harry ............ 231, 227 Tamplin, Jack .... 85, 179. 236 Tanner, Joyce .... 46, 85, 147. 148, 149, 163, 174, 206. 208, 217, 234 Tate, Bryan ............ 114, 148 Tate, Terry .,,,................ 114 Taulbee, Patricia .........,.. 85 Taylor, Connie ..,.,.., 114, 163 Taylor, Paula 142, 176, 235 Taylor, Thomas ............ 142 Temple, Gary .... 142, 155, 228 Terry, Florence .,.. 142, 225 Terry, Patsy ........,...,,..,,,. 114 Thacker, Sylvia .,,......,,..... 114 Thaman, Roger ,,,,,,,,,,..,... 142 Theiss, Claire .... 114, 163, 174, 225 Thomas, Deanna ........,,,, 142 Thomas, Donna .,,. 85, 168. 174, 206, 234 Thomas, Gene ..............,. 142 Thomas, Pamela .... 142, 226, 231 Thomas, Sharon .... 142, 155. 174 Thomas, Tom ....,....,,,,... 114 Thomason, Richard .... 114, 226, 227, 231 Thompson, Charles .,,.,,..,... 85 Thompson, Glenn .... 142, 231 Thompson, James .... 46, 49, 85, 149, 154, 174, 175, 180, 196, 218 Thompson, Jean ....,.,.,...,... 85 Thompson, JoAnn ,,,,....,... 85 Thompson, Lynne ,,......,... 85 Thompson, Rebecca .... 85, 159. 174, 234 Thompson, Suzanne .... 142, 152, 174 Thorton, Marianna .... 142, 152, 174 Tifford, John .....,......,...,... 114 Timm, David .,.. 46, 85, 150, 163, 227, 229, 231 Tippy, Jerry ..,.,...,,.....,,,,, 142 Toll, Judith ,,.. 85, 148, 174, 233, 234 Tomlin, Barbara .,,,.........,,, 114 Tomlin, James ,.......,.,..... 143 Toomire, Cheryll ..,. 114, 154 Topiah, Robert ...,.,.......... 114 Torley, Lois ,... 114, 152, 163 Touchman, Deborah .... 85, 156, 169 Travis, Darlene .... 85, 169, 225, 234 Traylor, Gwen .........,,,,,,. 143 Treat, XVard .,.. 85, 151, 179. 231 Trebnik, Gail .,,,,.............,, 143 Trenary, Linda .... 46, 85. 163, 224, 228 Trenary, Shirley ,... 143, 228 Trenholm, Jan .... 143, 152, 157 Trenner, Anita .... 3, 85, 149, 158, 174 Trick, Michelle .,.. 85, 234, 235 Trimble, Carl ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Trimble, Robert ......,. 86, 152 Trimnle, Shirley .....,..,... 164 Tritch, Linda .,......,... 86, 174 Trivette, Larry ,... 143, 182, 187 Trout, George .... 114, 154, 186, 234, 236 Truesdale, Melinda ...,,... 114 Turner, Cheryl .... 143, 155, 174 Turner, Karen .... 143, 152, 166 Turner, Metrisha ,... 143, 176 Tussing, Cheryl ,,,, 143, 155, 167, 230, 235 Tuzzolino, Steve ..,.,,,,,,,, 143 Twohig, Mary .,1..... 86, 163 Uhrig, Joanna ..,, ...... 1 43 Ulm, David ,,.,....... ,..,, 1 14 Umstead, Kenneth .,.......... 143 Ungerer, Diane ..,.........,... 86 Unschold, Beverly .....,,,,,,, 143 Van, James ,,,,,,.............. 143 Vanderwiel, Sheryl .... 114, 166 Venard, Dorothy ........,,,, 143 Vetter, Timothy .... 143, 153, 194 Vickers, Phyllis .... 114, 168, 206 Virelli, Michael .... 115, 171 Vogel, Constance .... 86, 234 Vogt, Suzanne .... 115. 172, 206, 209, 210 Vollman, Irene .... 115, 165 Vollrath, Kenneth .,........,. 115 Voorhees, Gary ...,,,,.,,,,,,,, 86 Vradelis, Athan .... 143, 196 Byszenski, DiAnn ........ 115, 156, 168, 174 Wade, John ....,,,. ,,,,, 1 15 Wagner, Shirley ......,,.,,. 143 'Walker, Allen ................ 163 Walker, Doris ........ 143, 164 Walker, Jack .....,,.,,,,,....... 86 Wallace, Kenneth ,.,......... 115 XValler, Linda .... 115, 153, 157, 163, 167, 206, 213 XValler, Michael ,.....,.....,.., 115 Walters, Carolyn .... 86, 152, 156, 163, 174 Walters, Donna .... 86, 154, 167 NValter, William .... 115, 150 Wlalters, Cynthia ............ 115 XVard, Elaine ..,. 115, 165, 234 Ward, Julie .... 143, 155, 167 Xward, Linda ,,,. 86, 225, 230. 236 Warner, Carol .,.............. 152 Wfatkins, Allen .,......,,,,,,,. 86 XVatson, Dorothy .,,. 86, 174 Watson, Jim ..,,,,.............. 144 XVatson, XVilliam ,,,, 115, 187. 236 Wfax, Janice .,,.,,,, 144, 224 Wlax, William .................. . 86 Vleaks, Nlelva .... 144, 170, 226, 231 Weaver, Barbara ..., 115, 169, 206 Weaver, Richard ,.......,,,,,,,, 86 XY!ebb, Mary Jo ,,,, ..... 1 15 XY7ebb, Thomas ,........,,,,,,, 115 Webber, Thomas .....,,,,... 144 XVeber, David ,...,... 144, 231 Wfeher, Donald .... 144, 227, ' 231 Wleber, Gerhard, .... 115, 153 XVeber, Susan ,,...... 144, 231 Wefler, Gil ,,,..,., 115. 169 XVeir, Jean ,,,, 115, 154, 174 Weir, Russell .,,,,........,,,,,.. 86 Wfeimer, Janie .....,,. 144, 155 Wleisrnan, Margaret ..,, 115, 162, 163, 213 Weisman, Mary .,,, 115, 166 XVeiss, Betty ,... 144, 154, 167 Weist, Bill ,,.. 115, 150, 151. 153. 171, 224 XVeist, Margaret ..,. 144, 153. 174 Welch, Bryant ..,, ......,., 1 44 XVelles, Charles ,,,,,......, .. 86 Weller, Darlene ,... 46, 115. 152, 163, 220, 224 Wfells, Anke ....,,,,,....,,,,,.. 115 Wells, Beverly ,,....,.,,,,,... 115 XVells, Carolyn .... 86, 165. 166 Wells, Jill , ,...,..,,, 115, 165 XVel1s, Sidney ..,,,..,.....,,,,,,. 86 XVelton, Virginia .,,. 144, 155 Wente, Patricia .... 144, 228 Wlenz, Terrilynn .... 87, 176 Werner, Robert ,,..,....,.,,,2, 116 West, Charles .,,,,,,, 144, 203 Wfest, Jim .,,,.....,,,,,,......,., 116 XVest, Joyce ,,.. 116, 174, 230 Wfest, Sue ,,,,,,,.....,,,, , ,,... 144 XVesterman, Margaret ,,.. 47. 87, 149, 152, 163, 166. 224 Wfestgerdes, Joan ...,,,,,,... 144 Wetz, Jane ,,,, 116, 224, 230 Weyrauch, Marcia .....,,..,,. 144 Wfhipp, Thomas ,,..,... 87, 175 XVl1iPP. William ........ 87 224 Wlhitacre. Sanda ,.,. 116, 174 XVhite, David .......... 116 154 White, Janice ........ 116, 228 Wliite, John E. .,.,.......,,,., 224 White, Raymond .... 87, 157 White, Sharon ...,,.., 144, 166 Whitehead, Linda .... 46 87, 167, 176 Whitesell, Nancy ,,.. 87, 166, 206, 208, 210 Whiteside, Eleanor ,,,, 116, 150, 154, 163, 226, 231 Wfhitfield, Carol .,,. 116, 155. 167 Whiting, Jolene .... 87, 233 XVhiting, xviyrie .... 116, 196 Whitmire, Amy .... 144, 165. 225 Xvhitmore, Linda ,....,,.,... 144 Whittles, Joni .... 116. 174, 206, 210 XVhittles, Sandra .,.. 144, 155. 174 XVhyte, Margaret .... 144, 155. 228 Whyte, Molly ..,. 87, 156. 174, 228 Wick, Konnie ...............,.... 144 Wick, Richie .,.. 144, 155. 179 Wlickens, XVayne ..,. 144, 154. 182 Wicklund, Lloyd ............ 116 Wlieland, Kenneth ............ 144 Wiesmann, William ..,..... 144 Wilkens, Barbara .11........... 144 Wilkens, Jerry .... 116, Wilkens, Sue ..,. 87, 154, 206 174 177, 236 Williams, Beverly .,,.....,,,. 116 Williams, Kenneth ..,. 116 224 Williams, Kenneth ........ 144 Williams, Robert .... 87, 179 Williams, Sandra ..., 116, 165 Willoughby, Sara ,... 29, 144, 152, 174, 225 Wilson, Barton .... 116, 152, 224 Wilson, Carol .... 144, 226, 231 Wilson, Jim .......,..., 116, 224 Wilson, Sharon ....,.,,,,,,,,,, 87 Wilson, Susan .... 144, 155 Wimer, Sandy .... 88, 152, 167, 169, 177, 234 Winchell, Marilyn .,,. 145, 154 Windsor, Dorothea .... 145, 230 Windsor, Ronald ..,. 46, 88, 150, 155, 156, 163, 223, 236 Winkle, Edwin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116 Wirtz, Marilyn ...,.,.......... 116 Wise, Judy .... 88, 156, 158, 163, 222 Wfithrow, Calvin .,,. 117, 175, 186, 193 Witt, David .... 117, 171, 232 Wittebort, Joyce .,,. 145, 228 Wittgruber, Caroline .... 88, 225 Wogaman, Georgia .... 117, 156 Wolf, Ora .,,.1....... 145, 186 Wfolfe, James ,... 117, 226. 229, 231 Wolfe, Virginia .... 117, 166. 225, 236 Wollenhaupt, Richard ..,, 88, 196 Wolverton, William ,,,. 145 Wfones, Jerry ............ 145 203 Wood, Donna .,,. 117, 165, 166, 231 Woodley, Jennifer .,.. 145 155 Woodward, Donna .... 93, 117, 156, 174, 208, 219. 224, 236 Wfoodson, Howard ,........... 88 Woolf, Lauralyn .... 145, '154. 156, 174 Workman, Paula .... 117, 163, 166 174 Wright, Bonita .... 88, 165. 177 Wright, Charles ..1.......,..... 117 Wright, Donna ,,.. 47, 88. 163, 174, 206, 212, 231, 235 Wright, Donna ..,. 145, 155 Wurts, Elizabeth .,,. 88, 163. 167, 177, 225, 234 235 Wyatt, Barry .................... 88 Wykoff, Dennis .,1. ......... 8 3 Wyatt, Ronald ...,,, 145 Wymer, Phillip .... ........ 8 8 Wyn, Timothy ....,1 ......1 1 17 Yates, Norval ,............... 145 Yeazel, Judith .... 89, 225. 236 Yon, Paul ................ 145, 187 Yoshimura, Mark .,.. 145, 182, 196 Yost, JoAnne ............ 89, 167 Youmans, Jeffrey ............ 145 Young, Carol .... 145, 174, 235 Young, Daniel .... 145, 226 Young, Desira .... 89, 156. 174, 216, 217, 231, 232. 236 Young, Dottie ................ 145 Young, James .................. 145 Young, Lauralyn ............ 145 Young, Linda .................... S9 Young, Paul .................... 89 Young, Rosemary .... 117, 154, 165, 166 Young, Vivian ........ 89, 234 Yurkanin, Kathryn .,.. 145, 155 Zart, Robert .............,...... 145 Zell, John .... 89, 163, 179 Zimmer, John .,.. 89, 175. 186, 189, 196 Zimmer, Robert .... 145, 186, 196 Zimmerman, Mike .... 145, 203 Zinn, Robert .... 89, 160 223 Zipf, Janis .,.. 117, 154, 174 Ziph, William ...... 145, 150. 187 Zotter, Marcia .... 89, 167. 176 177 OUR THANKS Now that the 1962 DRAGON is published and in the hands of the public, we on the staff can sit back and wander through our hectic, wonderful year. At first there is an immense feeling of relief and pride that the job is done, but soon we find our- selves wistfully remembering all the funny little things which happened-the deadlines, the worry, and the last minute changes. For us the job is fin- ished, the last page has been sent in. But as we pause at each page, we see again the fun, knowledge, and friendship gained while working on the DRAGON. Of course, it would be impossible for any one per- son or group to publish such a big, wonderful book as this. Many people are responsible for making our new collegiate-style DRAGON-and to them much credit is due. To Mr. Baumker, Mr. Olander and Mrs. Redmon of Powell Studio, and to Mr. McCormick of Taylor Publishing Company may we extend our sin- cerest appreciation for a job well done. We would also like to extend our thanks to the members of the administration, the faculty and the student body for the fine cooperation they have given us during the past year. And to our wonderful ad- visers, Mrs. Jane Nolan and Mr. Kenneth Huffman. we send our warmest "thank you for everything." fl' W -4 Carolyn Donna , Q 2 Judy Louise Stan aren ik A ,lf Sally Betsy -z .a , w ,E ,Q Q if 1 I M ,ei .Ls- 1 .Z i es, l Linda Janie Mary sssll rsis l , . A e...i Q- , .3 ,Q f ":. f .x v12:.-- W l . 2 W K 7324- - john Nancy Kandy ? 'I nn a r i i i , Nancy Bob Carol , A iiiyii ., ,V u . s , . ' - .311 :H y fg. Becky Judy Looking back with feelings of pride, accomplishment, and relief, from a job well done, are Sherry, Ellen, Anita, and Laura. ix L... ee. i Autographs Autographs Autographs Aufog raphs of TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "The World's Best Yearbooks'Are Taylor-made" oxsj .Q W 1 5 1 ,I i A1 +1 B4 ? is ,ZW w 1 14 4 I '. Q1 1 1 X ww Zi' ,Q FORQUER, CAROLYN - Warner Robins High School, Georgia, 2, 3. GLASS, PAUL-Colonel White High School, 2, 5, Band 4, Orches- tra 4, German Club 4. HEPNER, NORMAN - Jefferson Township High School, 2, 3. JORDAN, DARRELL - Bremen High School, Illinois, 2, 3. MEDCALF, FRED-Parma Senior High School, 2, 3, Stage Crew 4, Five fine additions to Class of '62 This year five seniors enrolled too late to be pictured in the senior section. They be- came an important part of the 1962 graduating class and the yearbook would be in- complete without them. Pictured here are the seniors who, in one year, made Fairmont a big part of their lives. L. to R.: Fred Medcalf, Paul Glass, Carolyn Forquer, Darrell Jordan and Norman Hepner. Baccalaureate 1962 Fairn1ont's seventy-first Baccalaureate Service hear the inspiring speech of Rev. Harry Van was held at the National Cash Register Audi- Fleet of the Sugar Creek United Presbyterian toriurn on May 27, 1962 at 8 o'clocl:. Church entitled, "What's the Big Idea." 587 seniors marched in the processional to Seniors in the class of '62 march proudly from the first of their Reverend, Harry Van Fleet. graduation exercises. Principal, Alfred Bolender pre- sents the class of 1962 and re- lates the high goals, honors and Commencement - 1962 Top ranking senior, john Freeman, receives diploma from Mr. john Bowden, President of the Board of Education. I For the third year, Fairmont held its commencement exercises in the quad- rangle on May 50. 587 seniors and 6,800 spectators viewed the ceremony. Judy Chaney gave the invocation. She was followed by the four speakers: Margaret Westernlan, Nancy Schloeman, Steve Meuche, and Mike Hogan. Commencement soloists were Dolores Rutherford and Susie Aultz, vocalists, Ronald Kindell, trumpet, and David Edwards, Williarii Whipp, Philip Ash- worth, and David Osborne, boys' quartet. After Mr. john Bowden, President of the Board of Education, and Mr. Richard Creager, Vice President, presented the diplomas, Williaiii Corban delivered the benediction. Thousands of parents, relatives, and friends crowd Fairmont's quadrangle to view the graduating seniors. ,. f':',-rw'-1gw5v- r' ',-- pg V - j-ag-e.vQw2j 95 535, 51 yfffr' 'ig ,vt 4,-y., f 4. r P ia - ,, , f . if rr. H Q ' A . --it , S i U 5 " 1 fait -if 3 1 .3 A. 5' 1 9" ,aff ' fi AA V, Z, . Wi g l a y, A M ,iii ' n ,J L f , A gf X . ,-., ' ,gg i 2 ,gmt Q if . ztl ..L, .a- ,P ,L ,. i it he -. rf - "--1' f a-ff , .f ,-r p' -. s . .ssr -1- . fi 4 " c 'r -,.g I 1 . . e -af .1 . - H ii ' V ' P141 rre , e 1 F r"ii 1 ,..' 1? T. . . s 1 S - ' lar' if s i 4, . rr- - r' S . , 2 r at at ' 5 420' K -viv 5, V, v z gki i ,. . , fi" H 'iti , VV I I ,VZ . ,.,. V M I My in f.., V, t sf-1..- f ff. se rs . .Q X ,,,, w s, f M gp! M ' V. ,Q , X 7 F -if, a.-is' ff, , .-f: -fV, A A A Viimiiaf 'L ,, I 1 I iv, 1 A , 5 . V, 5? , . .,., . , ,k,,M ra-sig, -, ,,,. L ,A ig " ' Q' it -- :A . ' , 3 ,Wy '- 1, J' Q ,rg W, ,ii f . fx 8 K ,fig C P3 , ga , , ,... , , , e ,,, ,,,, y., ..,, , , , , i -. as E 1 I 3- V my V K 'QM .K V at r r f .W achievements, attained by its members. With heads held high, graduates form pro- Cessional on Fairmont campus. One of the six speakers, A Nancy Schloeman, delivers "Nuggets for Thought." sg A " jrtiwflgt 4 - Proud and happy seniors receive diplomas, turn tassels, and look forward to future plans. TRACK SQUAD: Row 1: Coach Nick Mourouzis, Bob Hughes, Mike Anthony, Ron Chalecki, Craig Campbell, Larry Patrick, Dave Profitt, Dick Bauer, Chris McAfee, Chuck Osman, Dave Schwartz, Carl Nelson, Don Lawrence, Hardy Lust, jim Horlacher, Coach jim Ehler. Row 2: Tim Poulos, Tom Darby, John Flatter, Phil Fensel, Terry Madden, Tom Metz, Mike Harrold, Bill Watson, Dave Fisher, Dave Lobo, Dick Schaefer, Phil Calhoun, Cliff Konicki, Bud Miller, Doug Hoefling, jack Readey, Stan Kuenn. Row 3: Jerry Edwards, Gerald McCoy, Larkin Allen, john Dieterle, jerry Mullen, Ken McCoy, Don Foster, jim Shaffer, Paul Gaffney, Lance Miller, Bruce Brumfiel, Dave Mueller, Doug Buvinger, Doug Lyle, Tim johnson, Gordon Dieterle, jim Moody, Row 4: Bill Madden, Bob Jahn, Tom Kevern, Bill Stevens, Bryan Baker, Don Byrkett, Paul Yon, Steve Jones, Rick Stoughton, Bill McF.lyea, jeff Laurito, Augie George, Terry Borchers, Kemp Prugh, Dave Reese, Bucky Keeney, Dick Papenbrock. Cinclermen break old records! As a result of much team effort and hard work, the Fairmont track squad became the champion of the M.V.L. They defeated two of the toughest opponents, winning at the Troy and Xenia relays. In addition to the excellent track records, eight of our boys went to the State track meet. There, in the mile relay, Terry Madden, Phil Calhoun, Phil Fensel, and john Flatter placed second. It was through fine spirit and good sports- manship that these boys added more than 11075 to our school. Fairmont ....,c.c.,.. 72 Fairmont ,,.........c 97 Fairmont ,,,,.,,,,,,, Fairmont .,,,,,,,,,.. Fairmont Fairmont ..........c. Fairmont ,,..,.,.,,.. Fairmont ............ Fairmont 1962 SEASON RECORDS Oakwood 90M Xenia ,,,...c, 89 Piqua ,,.,..,..,.,...... Chaminade, 95 Beavercreek 70 Lima Senior 88 Miamisburg Fairborn .... jefferson .,,,..,..... 46 Richmond 21 Xenia Relays 27V3 Troy Relays 29 M.V.L. 20 District Meet 23 Won-9 Lost-0 59 50 48 Coach Mourouzis checks time of half-mile relay team, Dave Fisher, Dave Mueller, Dick Schaefer and Chuck Osman. Chris McAfee perfects form for shot-put. 9953rd 1st lst lst 3rd Bettering their times on the mile are Craig Camp bell, jerry Hutchison and Paul Gaffney. Row 1, L. to R.: T. Whipp, D. Geisel, G. Scott, G. Harlow, G. Gantz, J. Overholser, B. Abernathy, D. Ervin. Row 2: Coach Fender, R. Miller L Loesch B. Johnson, B. Foster, -I. Easter, S. Lowry, D. Krynzel, D. Epard, Coach jackson. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Gary Gantz slides safely into third base. Fairmont Fairmont ..,.r.. ..... 5 This year's baseball team completed the season with a 9-9 record. Having only four starting seniors, Coach Fender's team was still able to score 102 runs as compared to the op- position's 71. Top batting averages were held by Dale Epard, 4-44g Dick Geisel, 352g Larry Loesch, 313g Tom Whipp, 269, Gary Gantz, 266, and Dan Ervin, 256. Fairmont ..,,,.. ,,,,.. 0 Fairmont ..,..,, ...... 3 Fairmont .......er....... 1 8 Fairmont ...,.... ..... Fairmont .....Y, ...Y. Fairmont .....,, ....r. Fairmont .,..... Vttr. SCORES Troy ...,.Y..... Chaminade Piqua ..,,V...,, Centerville ., Greenville ., Roosevelt ..., Middletown Sidney ....... Fairview ...... Miamisburg Chaminade .. Fairborn ..,.. Oakwood .... Franklin Hts Franklin Hts Stebbins ...,,., Xenia ..... Stivers .,.. f i f Row 1 KL. 20 RJ: B. Logan, M. Zimmerman, D. Robison, V. Krajewski. Row 2: Coach Dave Rayburn, T. Rader, J. Readey, B. Reinicke, Ass't Coach, T. Mallett. Fairmont Fairmont i,ir.i, ,i,,r, Fairmont .,,i,.. ,,,i,, Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,ot,,,, ,o.,,, Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,o,,,,.,.,,o,,,, Fairmont ...rrr,,..r,,o, , Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,,,,,,i ,,,A,, Fairmont ,r,,,,r,,,,.,,,, Fairmont ..,tt,.,,t,,,.,, Fairmont Golf Team second in State Fairmont's golf team had another success- ful season. The fighting four steamrollered Franklin, Chaminade, Centerville, Troy, Gar- field, and Oakwood, before hitting the low point of the season when they were tied by Franklin and beaten by Fairborn and Middle- town. Fairmont finished the season perfectly, de- feating Troy, Xenia, Chaminade, Oakwood, Miamisburg, Stebbins, and Springfield N. In post season activity the Dragons won the M.V.L. title, the Hamilton Invitational setting a new record, the District, and placed second in the State of Ohio. 12 12 14 12 16 16 7 11 8 72 10 im 11 ww 9 13 15 SCORES Franklin ,i,,,, Chaminade ....., ...,.,. Centerville ..,, Troy cc,...,.,,c,, Garfield ,c,,.,,. Oakwood 7 Fairborn c,c,,,, Xenia ,....... Franklin ....,,c Middletown 7 Troy ,,c,,,,,.. Xenia ,,...i,. ,, Chaminade Oakwood ,,,,, Miamisburg ..,, .,,... Stebbins ,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,, ,..,.. Springfield N. ....., 4 4 2 4 O 0 9 5 8 SVZ 6 V2 5 1 V2 7 3 V2 V. Krajewski, D. Robison, B. Logan, and M. Zimmerman prepare to defend state title. 3 K TEAM-Row 1: Bill Corban, Bob Myers, Phil Robertson, Perry Bryant, Dain Hodges. Row 2: Coach john Stuckey, jeff Shoemacher, jerry Anthony, Dale Moline, Herwig Baumann, Ron Evans, Dick Anthony. Abrezzz-jim Colburn. Neiters swish to fine season i Due to undaunted spirit and relentless determina- tion, the tennis squad completed another successful spring. Although riddled with injuries, the netters slammed and lobbed their way to a 9 and 6 season. They went on to finish second in the M.V.L. and to the quarter finals in the district. SCORES Fairmont Beavercreek Fairmont ,,.,,, ..,r.,. M iamisburg Fairmont ,,,,r, ,,,,,,, F airborn ..,... ,,,.. Fairmont ,,,,.. ,.,i... B elmont ..,... VVYV Fairmont ....... VV.,,, C haminade Fairmont .,r,,, ,,,r,,. X enia .r,..,,., Fairmont ,...,, ,,.,,,, M iamisburg Fairmont .,r,,, ,,,,.i. Fairmont .,,,,, ,,ii... Oakwood ,.i........ .... Hamilton Taft ..,,. ...,, Fairmont ,,,,,, ,....,, O akwood .r,,,,..i, rt.,r Fairmont ...... .,,,V,, 1 Middletown Fairmont ,r,,r,,r..,..... 3 Troy .,.,,,,,,,,. .,... Fairmont ..,.r,r,,,,,,,,, 4 Chamina de .r.i.. rrrrr, Fairmont r,,rr,,,.,.,.,,r 4 Piqua ,.,.,r,,,,,.. rror. Fairmont ,.......Y,,,...v 2 Middletown Q. . 9 ,,.. .M R 4 Seniors jeff Shoemacher, Herwig Baumann, and Bill Corban sparked the team to victories. wigs 'L L.,Waller, Manager, I. Fanning. C. Knott, V. Sniveley. C, Hinkley. P. Swink, B. Grohoski, A. Hinkley, C. Price, M. Rowland, I Mote, L. Nelson, Miss Moritz, Coach. Girls' Tennis Composed almost entirely of juniors and sophomores, the Girls' Tennis Team holds much promise for the future. The two senior-members were Janice Mote and Vicki Snively. Connie Knott, a sophomore, played first singles. Fairmont's new tennis courts were greatly utilized and enjoyed as the girls spent many hours. practicing and developing their skills under the guidance of their coach, Miss Moritz. s t . K .... ,..f, .JKK Lzrjh . 1 ,Z.. 2,4 , my . . .M .,,. ...., , W ytty . . - , 1 . . 1 ,ia -',. 1, sg 5 . . ar . , . . ...., . fgggq .,.. . .l'. ,,i'V 2 , ..,. I L K, . ,, I .z K .,i5i,,r,7lZyQgk ifmtyff,-in, 'f ffl! 'Tin 7 f5Pf'iQ . . 5 . ,. K .. W ..,.. , si, , ,. , , ,. f . Q K QK L +L gy , , L f , , was Fl w g,,,.,4, Ill! ii 'll , t'1:f.5:f'f , if K - .. . ,.,,. t -- -elf - f- f I W we . g K -me .1 . , ' ' - f f ,fn-. 53, . , p.. in Q ,K ' ., -. , a . wif: 5: .f--f fit., ,. f- . .fi .J "5-Q 'f , .. VKVK .. . s ., 1 ,I .. ,K K ,. df f-df' '- Connie Knott prepares to serve. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont. Fairmont ..... ..,.. SCORES Chillicothe Troy .. Troy .. Oakwood Julienne . Girls' lnferscholclsfic Softball Girls' Interscholastic Softball gives the co-eds a chance to show their skill in the sport. Spirit and teamwork go hand in hand to make the season a success. Linda Hoover, pitcher, Sharon Kirk, Catcherg Kathy Roepken, 1st base, Barb Rubin, 2nd baseg Carol Lee, 3rd base, Sally Sea, shortstop sparked the team into fast action. SCORES Fairmont ,,,o,,s ,s,,r, 1 0 Troy r,,,r,,,,,l ., H Fairmont ..,.... ,,.,,. 1 O Centerville c,,,. ,,,,,, Fairmont ,ss,rr ,r,rr,o 3 O Tecumseh t,r,, W. Fairmont ,,,,r,, s,,,,s 1 7 Fairborn ..,.V,,,, Fairmont r,os,i s,ir,r, 9 Miamisburg s,rs, .. Members of the team are: Front Row, L. 20 R..' fl. Whittles, S. Sea, K. Roepken, L. Hoover, Rubin, Carol Lee, C. Crauder. Second Row, L. to R..' S. Chartrau, S. Wfimer, J. Kiger, P. S. Kirk, and Mrs. Longman, Coach. Not pictured: Connie Lee. 1 1 Service with a smile . . . Linda Hoover "shows her stuff" as she throws in the first strike. 1 1 5 9 1 S, Shaver, P. Thomas, M. Dietrich, B. French, M. Dial, P. Pease, C. Bowden, L. Ringlespaugh 275 S. Kohl 267 J. Rader 223 s, Denges 381 N. Wliitesell 272 J. Tanner S. Sea 207 J. Mote 204 230 J. Dinwiddie 205 C, Keeney 266 S. Wilkens 216 By participating in interscholastic and intramural sports, these fourteen girls achieved the highest num- ber of points of all the senior girls in the Girls' Athletic Association. At the annual reception, held May 25, 1962, awards were presented to the girls who had attained their quota of points. Fairmonts outstanding scholar-athlete, jim Horlacher, is shown accepting the Charles Roger Finley Memorial Trophy from Coach Fen er. In L, ,.s.. "'- eti' ..i L . ,.,. ...-, b,'.. 7 1 .V L ,... I S. Roush 199 V. Overholser 201 C. Crauder 187 Sports Honors 1962 was a great year for spring sports at Fairmont, At the annual banquet, held May 28, the track, baseball, golf, and tennis teams were honored. A smorgasbord dinner preceded the awards ceremony. Letters and trophies were presented in the auditorium. Final sports presentation of the year, the Charles Roger Finley Trophy, was awarded to jim Horlacher by Coach Duane Fender. Seated: J. Horlacher, Finley Award, C. Osman, Most Valuable ftrackjg R. Gei- sel, Most Improved fbaseballjg V. Kra- jewski, Most Improved fgolfjg D. Fisher, Co-Captain ftrackj. Szandifzg: J. Shoemaker, Most Improved ftennisji R. Logan, Most Valuable fgolfjg H. Bauman, Most Valuable ftennisjg D. Proffitt, Most Improved, Qtrackjg J. Flatter, Co-Captain ftrackjg D. Eparcl, - r ' Most Valuable fbaseballj. Mobile Economy Run trophy winners were Roger Bitzer, Kep Boak, Bruce Brumfiel, Jim Halderman, and Ron Windsor. Honor f. f f'fff" o r T S r,r U ,V Q, I I 3 VW EIA .hw .mam- ,. ' ' ' --,f- "" ' N . '. 2' ve I " ilffiria .4 44' 'wits-1 use .:Sk!ry:..."aA - ants' -- , ' ea ' f' . y-1.14, ,, "5 ' ..,. ax '- ' 2 . . .,-, X f--- - :V 1 ' ' N ""' -. .- . st , ' 1 "-- f f ,ie -l 'ire-5 5 . f-if - " "Y4?2i'i5-1"1'E'-i?g:,' 1 H . - - 5f'W"I:.II: i , ' .Mi ' , I t-, . ,, H . A . W ei '12 -PAV 'A T ta-3 B r M i ooor ff.i::'5E:.is'-wi '.5r::"W . ' , "ik 'VW 11" . g:5f'.v 'g "fix ' ,zfw y t V K ja w ' I X 4, rr,r ' " Q A ""' 1 ' ' ' Qualifiers for the Facit Regional Typewriting Contest were Carolyn Battenberg, Judy Toll, Janis Donaghy, and Pam Robin- son. A S500 check was awarded to Ron- nie Kindell at the "Big Band Bash." At the Winter Sports Banquet the award winners were: Krzeelizzg: Phillip Fensel, jim Edwards, John Dieterle, Baumann, Ron Chalecki, janet Bernat, recipient of annual Cit- izenship Award. and Craig Campbell. Siufzdiazg' Steve Hoel, jack Readey, Bob and jim Readey. First place winners of the Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest were john Brandt and Barry Wyatt. Third place winners were Larry Spivey and Charles Campbell. Thompson, Dave Logan, Herwig Fairmont's top speech student, Mike Hogan, received the coveted Mary Elizabeth jones Speech Award. Bottom, Row 1, L. fo R.: B. Nead, B. Rauch, E. Headrick, K. Moritz, L. Dellinger, N. Rosenquist, E. Roush, L. Albaugh, C. Aultz, A. Bell, G. Leap, J. Toll, J. Fenton, J. Rittenhouse, C. Brunsman, E. Brewster, S. Kohl. Row 2.' P. Knox, C. Stull, P. Hagedon, S. Sizer, D. Donson, A. Hinkley, M. Trick, D. Neyhouse, S. Coons, P. Robinson, S. Kirk, S. Vogt, J. Zipf, A, Lehman, P. Swink, K. Coburn, L. Coulter. Row 3: J. Finke, B. Robeson, P. Fensel, P. Rausch, G. Dieterle, N. Schloeman, J. Chaney, Hess, L. Waller, M. Guenthner, L. Hoffman, J. Wise, J. Mote, S. Haber, J. Keirn, S. Wimei', J. Holcomb, D. Timm, M. Knapp, G. Cannon. Row 4: R. Cavanagh, P. Berdahl, L. Atherton, B. Madden, L. Goebel, D. Swisher, J. Malone, B. Weist, D. Huffman, S. Meuche, J. Readey, J. Flatter, G. Nixon, G. Franklin, B. Foster, B. Mooney, T. Greer, J. Shoemacher, R. Forthofer, C. Nelson, B. Watson, D. Giesel, R. Windsor. Torch ond Keystone Tops New Members Toward the end of each school year, students who are judged by the faculty to possess outstanding qualities of character, service, leadership, and scholarship are tapped for membership in Torch and Keystone, Fairmont's chapter of the National Honor So- Quill and Scroll Those students who rank in the upper one-third of their class, who have done outstanding journalism work on a Fairmont publication, and who possess all-around good character are chosen for membership in Quill and Scroll, the honor society ciety. Sophomores, being ineligible for membership, assemble in the auditorium to watch the candle-light induction ceremony, TK activities for the coming year will be led by John Flatter, the new president. Honors Journalists for student journalists. An impressive induction ceremony is given at the annual journalism banquet, where membership cards and pins are awarded. This yearls banquet was held at the Wishing Well. Botlam, Row 1, L. to R.: C. Brunsman, S. Kaufman, A. Trenner, E. Blair, S. Ashby, J. Denney, K. Hollisj Row 2: L. Estes, G. Ankney, J. Wise, S. Roush, N. Irwin, S. Kuenn, M. Clark, S. Haber, B. Purkey, J. Finke. i Youth Forum visits Fairmont Topics ranging from parent problems to teen-age rebellion were discussed when the Youth Forum visited Fairmont High School. Sally Roush, a regular member of the panel, moderated the program. jim Thompson and Sandra Gulick were guest panelists. After a short discussion by the seven-member panel, the audience participated in a lively question and statement period. SALLY RULES Sally Roush moderates panel for Youth Forum Day at Fairmont Four students compete in National Speech L. to R.: Nancy Schloeman, Judy Wise, Sally Roush, Mike Hogan Tournament Fairmont qualified four people to go to the National Speech meet in Missoula, Montana this summer. Judy Wise competed in original oratoryg Sally Roush, girls' extempor- aneousg Mike Hogan, boys' extemporaneous. These three students qualified for admission to the 'inationals" at the National Forensic League district meet. Nancy Schloeman won first in the state of Ohio and the opportunity to participate in the national competition in dramatic declamation. Fairmont's four competitors, accompanied by Miss Leach Funck and Mr. Alfred Bolender, left june 20 by car for the tournament. Potpourri of fashion presentecl by Home Economics Classes "A Potpourri of Fashion from East, Central, and West" was the theme of the spring style show held in the Fairmont audi- torium, May 23. The show was presented jointly by members of the Home Economics classes and Speech department. Featured at the show was clothing made by Fairmont girls enrolled in clothing and tailor- ing classes. More than 200 garments were modeled. Songs and dancing groups enhanced the program, making this fashion show one of Fairmont's finest spring events. Men' also modeled class made clothes. Pictured above KL. to RJ are: Leslie Staup, Gil Wefler, Marketa Bail, Bill Mooney, Linda Brill, Nancy Adkins, and Mary Maclntyre. Intermission provided entertainment and a time to chat with friends. Collecting souvenirs to keep alive memories of "Moon- light Madness," are Bob Abernathy and Barb Brannen. Sophomore Dance "Moonlight Madness" was the theme chosen by the sophomore class for its annual dance. Scene of this memorable event held on Friday, March 2, was the Fairmont gymnasium. Music for the occasion was provided by the Earl Hol- derman Band. Sophomore dance climaxes activities of Class of '64. King Jim Horlacher and Queen Nancy Schloeman ww Members of the court from left to right are the following: jim Schmidt, Ronnie Kindell, Chris McAfee, jim Thompson, Queen Nancy Schloeman, King jim Horlacher, Betty Brander, jill Richards, Joyce Tanner, and Nancy Irwin. Pages are Bryan Tate and jack King. "'I'iaru Tryst" thrills throng juniors presented "Tiara Trysti' to the Class of '62 as i the annual junior-senior prom. Hard work and effort pro- duced a return to the time when knighthood was in flower, marking the biggest school social event of the year. Intermission brought the crowning of the king and queen. Pages escorted each candidate to the castle draw- bridge where an emissary to the king proclaimed each one's status as prihce or princess, As king and queen, Nancy Schloeman and jim Hor- lacher wore the royal crowns and robes. Students and fac- ulty danced to the music of the "Statesmen" from Ohio State. Tom Battenberg, a member of the class of 1959, was a member of the band. Thanks go to Mr. Blackmore, junior class adviser, and to Miss Wilson who was the prom chairman. An enjoyable evening was had by all. nf.,- Couples dance to the enchanting music of the "States- Bud Robeson, emissary to the king, knights Ronnie Kindell. men." Thirteen corpses in the basement hear the summons to curtain call. Some of them made the final curtain. Both dear old ladies-Abby, Georgia Wogamang and Martha, jennifer Houstoni are trying to send another lonely old codger, Bob Kinnard, to the "peace that passeth all understanding." However, they hadn't anticipated nephew, Mortimer, jack King, was ready to drink the hemlock, too. Junior Class Weeks of rehearsing came to a climax when "Ar- senic and Old Lace," the junior Class Play, was presented March 8, 9, and 10. Directed by Mr. joseph Kuldau and Miss Leah Funck, the play had the capacity audiences practically "rolling in the aislesu with laughter. The sweet old aunts' diabolical scheme-to poison old men with arsenic in their elderberry wine-was foiled by their nephew, Mortimerg but not before the basement had accumulated thirteen bodies. Teddy, who thought he was Theodore Roosevelt, and Jonathan, who wanted to store his corpse in the cellar cemetery, complicated the plot for Mortimer. Finally everyone except Mortimer went to Happy Dales Sanitorium for a nice long rest. 53,2 , , 5 L, M f .W ., g 6 V, .. , .imlmm gf ' M-war 1 V ' 1? if "' as . 4 1 1 e 9 M. if Qmmfxuei :sim :- ,,-.MW .,,, , W ,www wgwswm X My vw ,gf 3 V .,, s P 2 V V ,.,, fx, I - Q' 5 5 -W - RSA 5 5 5 f .J 2 n , ig K 1,' QM wo?i"6X.Z ZZ 3 mm. , 3 ,V F Q Q kg N "WA Q 'v fn , Q , fa, J,, ,Ev Mg W . . 1 , i QQQQQJQ-K zlmsf, M mv, . S I fy 1 , mmf ,M V, mm At the wedding-to-be in the Three Family Association, Mei Li comes forward to explain why she cannot marry Sammy Fong, Friends and members of the family look on in amazement. Pictured are Larry Herrod, dancing the part of Wang Ta, and Molly Whyfte, dancing that of Helen Chao in the "Dream Ballet," Madame Liang, portrayed by Sus- anne Aultz, is a Chinese woman proud of her American citizenship. Mei Li's wedding processional was a highlight of the show, com- plete with the traditional sedan chair. Flower Drum Song This year's delightful, highly entertaining, and superbly produced musical, Flower Drzzm Song, was presented by the Fairmont Music Department, April 10 through 14. Margo Wfesterman, student director, and Donna Woodward, her assistant, per- formed their duties with wonderful results while Mr. Robert Thygerson, director of the entire production, and Mr. Gene Seeberger, chorus director, saw to it that the show went off without a hitch. A well chosen cast combined their trained voices with superior acting ability to make the beautiful melodies tell the story of two charming Oriental families from "the old schoolu and their rather amusing encounters with some very Americanized members of Chinatown's nightclub set. This story has an amusing and enjoyable plot, and with the added attraction of musical ntunbers, performed by the Fairmont chorus, orchestra, and Rhythmette corps, Fla-wer Drum Song was one of Fairmont's biggest successes, playing to a full house every night. Linda Low Uudy Chaneyj really proved her point when she sang "I Enjoy Being a Girl." astn L g f ' L xbvv 7 g , e W gui: ig VV kih. 'JL L ' fx K' L KI., .,.g :M fir ., , l f , 4 src ' ' ,A1 "Right off the assembly line-not 11 scratch on her!" exclaims Sammy Fong Uim Schmidtj. Master Wang- Helen Chao fClaire Theissj laments Chi-Yang fPhilip Ashworthj and Madame Liang Cjonelle Blairj Examine Mei Li fSusan Darbyj. over a lost love in her song, "Love Look Awayf' 1 Linda Low fNancy Irwin, and Vifang T11 fR0nnie Kindellj cut loose in a wild dance number, "Grant Avenue," in Wang-Chi4Yang's formerly serene garden. l "This is kiss position I saw on American television," explains Mei Li fDarlene Wellerj to Wang Ta. These fan-tan dancers from the Celestial Bar fmembers of the Rhythmette corpsj added their dancing abilities to the operetta. F.H.S. Stage Band Fairmont High School Stage Band under the direction of Mr. Wesley Haines was named the "number one" dance band in the area- winning in competition over nine other bands. This type of band represents an additional approach to areas of music previously offered at Fairmont. In addition to winning a trophy, and several television appearances, the seventeen-member band will have a guest appearance at the N.C.R. Old River Park during the summer, and will be featured in the Holiday at Home Parade on Labor Day. Mr. Ralph Marterie presented the band with I Row 1, KL. to RJ: S. Stepp, D. Lighthiser, B. jordan, A. Common, D. Hodges, J. Wetz. Row 2: J. Huntzinger, R. Hulsman, T. Rader, I. Shartle, C. Falzerano. Row 3: R. Kindell, G. Hochstetler, J. Wolfe, M. Palmer, J. Holcomb, T. Stuck. twelve of his arrangements. Stage Technicians Under the guidance of Mr. Leland Hall, the Fairmont Stage Technicians "set the stage" for all high school assemblies, class plays and oper- ettas. They also provide the lighting and sound for all community programs staged at Fairmont- lectures, travelogues and ballets. Technicians are responsible for designing and creating most of the stage settings used at these various performances. They are also directly re- sponsible for keeping the sound equipment of the various units in repair. Specialists are as follows: Liglazfifzg Pmze!-Wil- liam Wiesmann, William Weistg Sozzmi Projection -Fred Medcalf, Roger Bitzer. Row 1 KL, zo RJ: M. Dimatteo, F. Medcalf, J. Nevin, S. Stepp, G. Hochstetler, Row 2: W. Wiesmann, Mr. Leland Hall,'W. Hendricks, W. Weist, R. Bitzer, C. Lukens, T. johnson, J. Hines. '62 Dragon Dedicated On May 22, the members of the Staff of the 1962 Dmgwz held an assembly in the amphitheater to honor Mr. Alfred Bolender, principal of the Fairmont High School, to whom the book had been dedicated. As the book was unveiled to the student-body, the bright rays of the sun provided each loyal Fairmontonian with a radiant "golden glimpse" of the 500-page memory-filled book of the year's activities. After Janie Craeger had related the changes occurring in this year's Dragon, and Nancy Irwin had explained the pur- pose of the theme and how it should be interpreted, Judy Wise made the formal dedication of the book to Mr. Bolender. A portrait of Mr. Bolender, courtesy of the H. A. Powell Studio was presented to the school by Sally Roush. Guest Speaker at the assembly was Mr. Matt McCormick, representative of the Taylor Publishing Company. Sally Roush presents picture to Mr. Bolender. IUINEIAEI GHNELLSIOW SI EIITIO I-IHDS HH nf wr, ' v E57 EN Vff E, " ' 1 4 1 'i ' b 5 Q Tv I' 1- I S, 8. I l-Y 1 1 - L -1-


Suggestions in the Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) collection:

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

Fairmont West High School - Dragon Yearbook (Kettering, OH) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.