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

 - Class of 1963

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William Watson CO-EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR Viv -al'-in X I 1 Q7 M, Lynggiejljloffman ,VV' 5 ' ' Fouke , V IEDITOR I ,,,,, COPY EDITOR - ...,..,... - ...... --.W Sandra Size: CO.COPY EDITOR ,.....,.,....,.. ,.. Mary .Io Acker ASSTYSECTION EDITOR ...Y ,,,,fg..Q7,. Jacqueline I DfII S i9Qfr?i y+!l DDIIDD I Pe?1Q11i?1ff ARTQLEZDITOR ..g ...,. Oishi BEILUTI I SECTION .. FACULTY ..,.............. I ACADEMICS ,...... SENIORS ,...,,.,. JUNIORS .............,,... SOPHOMORES ,......... - ..,.. Kirk' Q'5'7'EIHine Brewster .,...,,,,.,g-. 'Peggy Knox Dianne Matthews ,...,.e Veda Rowland ...uArnette Meyers URGAISIIZATIONS ..,.......,....,. eggQqfSandra, Sizer ACTWWE5 -f ----NM---H--'f-w wfaeB?L??1?2ianI Sfaz11ewr1 GIHLSQI SPORTS ..g ...,. I I1-Iaffiela BOYS' SPORTS ......,,......,,.. ,ewfwiniam Wmon PHOTOORAPHER ...M.....,,,......e,M.,, Kathy Green PHOTO SCHEDULER ..........,....... Siam Clark PHOTO SALES .....,.e........,......,.,.. Mama Miner PHOTO INDEX ,,,.... ADVERTISING ..,.... 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Barnes Junior High School. l I Dorothy Lane School, the original Fairmont, is now preparing future Fairmontonians at the elementary level. 6 TRADITIONS . . . With a Touch ol " ly' F 9 Rising scholastic achievement keeps pace with a growing Fairmont. Q 5 P X - , If 1 . ' 7 'N b ? - X Within the space of six short years great changes have taken place in Kettering, particularly in the school system. Fairmont's graduating class rf 1957 held commencement exercises in the building which now houses J. L. Barnes Junior High Schoolg the 763-'64 school year will see two Fairmonts-East and West-wx'ith an enrollment of nearly three thousand iigh school students. Growth and expansion have uprooted the school physically, but Fair- nont spirit stands stronger than ever, united in one tradition. Passing lecades have seen a fine reputation expand to include state and even lational recognition through 'the efforts of students and faculty. These :fforts have made Fairmont tradition-in scholastic achievement, athletics, speech, music, art, school spiritg each individual makes his contribution to his outstanding heritage. This tradition began in the past, but it is not just a dead memory of festerday, because it has been kept alive in the spirit of the student body. ft is an integral part of today, a precious gift which increases in value fear after year in the hands of those who appreciate it. Today,s students lave received the glittering jewel of Fairmont tradition unmarredg they n turn will proudly pass it on to the generations of tomorrow. Vocational courses train us for our prospective occupations. Fairmont East will represent the ultimate in school design College bells call us to a future edu- cation and a fuller life. 7 y" ik' is r 4 SQ va, 5 , , " ' ' , s f Q5 for Q3-539 - fe L. ' gg are 1v,:ff. f,: .. be if Q34 if it 35 ri ai !'Iflili?lfl l9'rf1s:fefmifrcl This picture of Fairmont High School, photographed by lVlr. Charles Power, industrial arts teacher, displays the symmetry and beauty of one of Ohio's largest campus-style high schools. Fairmont's seven beautiful buildings contain the sophomore, junior and senior classes with an enrollment of approximately twenty-five hundred students. An interested public, a hard working staff and a fine student body have made this school possible. + ity of Scenic urroundings Since 1955 when Kettering became a city, its seventy-thousand citizens have combined their efforts to make it one of the most progressive and beautiful cities in Ohio. Situated in the southwest ,corner of the state, Kettering is a residential area Whose homes enjoy the beauty of its rolling hills and wooded areas. Kettering was named for its renowned inventor and scientist, Charles Kettering, who was a life-long resident ofthe area. Sixteen schools provide the educational facilities for the children living within the Kettering school district. Kettering's natural charm and picturesque scenery is portrayed by another Charles Power aerial. ,, , ,V , . ,ffy.ff,1..-aaqw w-wg:-L- 'farm -A Chemicals, compounds and calamities create realistic laboratory experiences. Five-minute dash between classes. After we leave Fairmont in the past and travel far into tomorrow, there will always be certain memo- ries of our days at Fairmont. Foremost in our minds will be the education we receivedg but the fun we had While acquiring it will not be forgotten. Who can ever forget the tradition of our band, our sporting achievements, the cheerleaders, our nu- merous activities? Yet this thought will always prevail -the student body achieved as one. Dave "Hub" Fisher scores again! h.. lggjiiu f X if li?-rg, 6 Q 1 ,. 2465 Fairmontonians are served in the lunch- room daily. E K H 'Wm ,fi- llall monitors, Lee Knivss und Bill Foster, nmke Ll lust minute 1-heck before class. Kathy Moritz, football cheerleader captain, signifies HV" for VICTORY. mi '- Q,.,,,...... 1 , , ,K eeri 'i X ':Com prene espanol?" questions el professor Thompson. l H 1- ...-if' 0 0 Let 5 Be Known, or ur pmt An undying symbol of Fairmont is her traditionally outstanding school spirit. Where can you find a school that has its Walls covered with signs, whose students will always wear the traditional purple and white on the day of the game and will turn out in droves for the game itself, then cheer till they are hoarse-but at the home of the fighting Fairmont Dragons? This, combined with our HOW drive and determination make our team the one to win! ,J 1 . , fm ' tim. 'E yi lg 1 p M T l K . , 17. ,- Rl Y .3 ' Q + .f x f 1 . l l K X 'i 7 s W A ,, ' R If tl r ' - I 555- l Lf df 5 ' X 4 5 ' ' ' ' ,-4 7 ' , 1 L IJ" ,A '4 ' I ' f ' ' ,I v4f.,,- r Xi' , 1 , Aixirgci b A W . J -- , '5 X . vi J' . ' " - . Y A 5-fur, , 1, ,gufigfig 1 K N. X I , , , ' iijzi 'W' W, -waz' V W f -9-M e -f ' t N , -t Re resentatives of athletic activities illustrate the famous fiffhtinv Fairmont s irit. P 5 U P .1 5 f' rf I f at fy -2 5 5 f sr' ' - J' il! 5 5 ,ii if if . Enthusiasm and spirit, as exhibited in the bund's superb performances, have traditionally been the secrets of Fairm0nt's success. , - X. ,.. tix? , 'Pl 1 0 J' .sv O " 1 s uw ,y 3 I3 , ' -s?3v' S555 5 f Q' 'f' o 63, '- Yxx 5 O HIGH ex .W 'Q Q U C if 122- Admlnlsirahon I 1 FAI RMC: illjl 1'-"f...'lOO.l.. Rlchard Sultzbach, West Unit Principalg Charles Ramey, East Unit Principalg Alfred Bolender, Principalg Charles Nolan, Assistant Principalg Harold Hall, Central Unit Principal. ,,,.t-,c, WWW N JL' Mr. Roush Mr, Chester A. Roush, the Superintendent of Kettering Schools for the past four years, is a diligent worker and a note- worthy administrator. Mr. Roush received his Mas- ter of Science in Education de- gree from the University of Wis- consin, and has done graduate work at Miami University and Colorado State University. He taught and coached at Fairmont High School and in other schools before becoming superintendent. Mr. Roush is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, National Edu- cational Honor Society. Kettering Superintendent Fairmontls friendly spirit is best exemplified by the Ket- tering school system's top executive, Mr. Chester A. Roush. Mr. Roush, who is active in church and community affairs, still finds time to enjoy life with his family and friends. He lives each day to its fullest, enjoying everything he does. Sports, music and books afford him pleasure and relaxation in his leisure time. As head of the Kettering school district, he is daily re- sponsible for the education and curriculum of the 13,350 school children enrolled in the combined city of Kettering and the village of Moraine. Mr. Roush is personally acquainted with each of the 975 members of his faculty and school personnel. He likes people- especially young people. This fact has contributed greatly to his outstanding success as an administrator. Former Fairmont football coach, Mr. Roush. Mr. Roush and wife enjoy a family get-together with Sally, Jean and John shows son John sonic finer points of the game. and solve any curricular problems con- V From left to right: Mr. Robert Krebs, Mr. Raymond Hoefling, Mr. John Bowden, Presidentg Mr. Robert Ferguson, Mr. Richard Creager, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Bertha Wcist, Clerk-Treasurer. Duties of the administrative staff include: finding and maintaining well- qualified teachers, directing and co- Jrdinating teaching methods, providing :he necessary facilities and equipment ior learning, and organizing student guidance programs. Each of these highly-trained men excels in his individual field. Kettering Board of Education is comprised of five members who are elected every year. They oversee the progress of the entire school system cerning both teachers and students. DR. MAURICE WOGAMAN Assistant Superintendent in ,charge of Pupil Per- sonnel-Ohio State Univ., B.S.Ed., M.A.g Indiana Univ., Ph.D.Ed. ff' If 5 ...ff ,vm ' K .. in E, R. L. HOWARD FLATTER, ssistant Superintendent in charge of Curriculum Wittenberg Univ., B.S., M.A.g Case Inst. of :ch.g Miami Univ. MR. CLARK HAINES, Director of Personnel and Community Relations -Univ. of Cincinnati, B.M.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.g Miami Univ. MR. JOHN LUCAS, Assistant Superintendent in charge of Business- Ohio State Univ., B.S.Ed., M.A.Ed.g Miami Univ ALFRED BOLENDER, Principal Mr. Bolendt-r shows his wife and son ,lohn the primary str-ps in golfing. Univ. of Cincinnati, ll.S. in Educaliong Moorlwatl State Teachers College, M.A. Principals CHARLES NOLAN, Assistant Principal Wilmington College, BS., Chemistry, HS. in Educationg Miami Univ., M.A.g Univ. of Dayton, Case Institute of Technology. Nomadic Nolans always enjoy their home away from home while on vacatiol Beth and Mike agree. HARLES RAMEY, East Unit HAROLD HALL, Central Unit RICHARD SULTZBACH, West Unit niv, of Cincinnati, HS., Univ. of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, HS., Miami Univ., M.A. Wittcnlmurg Univ., B.A.g Univ. of Michigan, M,A. iami Univ. J SQ, Unit Principals The art yi Jerplexing problem for Mr. und Mrs. Ramey and daughter Mary cn is helping Chuck pack for college, of roasting marshmallows is enjoyed by Vicki, Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Hall. 3 Togetherness is the key note of the Sultzbach family with their parakeet Penny getting the attention of Carolyn und Ann. ! E Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Coetcheus, and Mrs. Thomas, the main office sec- retaries, work diligently for Z1 smooth operation. JEAN THOMAS Main Office EVELYNE BROWN Central Unit BETTY GOETCHEUS Main Office Fairmont secretaries are kept busy with various duties on campus. Their many re- sponsibilities involve filing, recording tran- scripts, and scheduling college representatives. Students find these friendly assistants to be most helpful and greatly needed. FRANCES HODGES Athletic Office CHARLOTTE ROBINSON Main Office EVELYN SORENSON West Unit LAURA STUCKEY East Unit Mrs. Stuckey checks a transcript while Mrs. Sorenson, Mrs. Bros and Mrs. Hodges look on approvingly. 2 E I 0,93 V ,. M., 51 'J ,af Front rout George Sniolinslii. Roger Ylccorniick, Mary' Ruth Fletcher. Fred Yonliriicnigcn. l.ois Eliclwr. Nl:-rrilla llayis. Niary' Citlnfnk. Rolwrt 'l'hy,Qerson, Ralph Fowler, liharlcs Nolan, Frances Homer, Howard Flutter, iflzarlollc llill. Raymond Nlt-Xllictcr. lif1f'!.' rant: Xt-il Wlcllonald. Peggy Brown, Cordon lilackniore. Alfred Bolcnder, Vincent Arnold. ,lamcs Sims. ,lcrry Barnett, Nlargarcl Nlclz. llaul Wligrie-r. xlilliglllfld Richards. Secondary Curriculum Steering Committee Our Secondary Curriculum Steering Committee aims to consists of some l l0 teachers. "digs" into the prohlems and enrich and expand the present educational program. Com- reports the findings to the group. mittee membership is drayyn from many' areas. lvut in- lfach year specific prohlems are investigated or studied. diyiduals are encouraged to express their feelings on all the Some of these include advanced courses in mathematics. prohlems which arise. Guidance counselors represent a vital foreign languages. and science. part ol' the committee. liettcring's spade committee. which Athletic Board Paul Wlagner has served as head of the athletic' hoard athletic department, and presents achievement awards for all for the past five years. This policy' making hoard schedules grades in the Kettering School System. athletic events. is responsible lor the hudget of the entire on! rout Paul Wagner. Alfred Bolendcr. .loseph Reed, Clyde Walker, I.. Howard Flutter, liafl' mir: ,lnhn Bowden. Roland Nl:-hl. Clit-stcr linush. .loin N214 y-HGH Er ' S QQ, fganw 'r J' 1 O W 7Q. 3, , Faculty and Academics .r K C' 6? 65 4' 'fm 9 'Y nv WV 7 ' -5 I ., 9 ' 'r U' If 0.5 ' : 3 'Z' I D E lf" P I! Q 4- O FRING Study of wildlife enriches Mr. Ehler's biology class Common sense coupled with basic skills enabled Jackie LaRue to become Fairrnont,s Betty Crocker Homemaker of the year. The Daughters of the American Revolution Test stimulated Eleanor Whiteside to delve further into the study of American history and government. Fairmont Characterized by Cynthia Aultz conceived the idea for her prize-winning Voice of Democracy speech while talking with a friend. Karen Delaney, winner of the Hire the Handicapped Contest, con- tinues Fairmont's winning ways in state competition. Academically Talented .epresenting Fairmont as National Merit semi-finalists are: Jerry Malone, Joyce ittenhouse, Peggy Langston, Eleanor Whiteside, Tom Metz and Sandi Sizer. Chosen as Fairmonfs representative to the first "Atoms for Peace" conference is Bill Weist. Fairmont boasts a healthy record of Megg- headsf, Bill Vlfeist exemplifies the efforts of all con- scientious students. He was nominated as a Dayton area representative to the national '4Atoms for Peace" conference. . Fairmont hails six National Merit semi-final- istsg Peggy Langston, Jerry Malone, Tom Metz, Joyce Rittenhouse, Sandi Sizer, and Eleanor White- side. Seventy-one seniors compose the Senior Schol- arship Team, chosen on the basis of an elimination test. Those with the highest scores were named as team members. For two weeks, the students pre- pared for the Ohio Senior Scholarship Test by at- tending review sessions led by teachers of each area of study. 'ont row: Ken Wallace. Barbara Henry, David Schaffer, Linda Swigeart, Le-Roy Coulter, Cynthia Aultz. Fred Heller, Sue Fadely, Joe Huddleston, Patti vink, Phil Eensel, Veda Rowland, Peggy Knox. Row 2: Dinny Delcontiyo, Kathy Moritz, Allen Walker, Dick llulsinan, Toni Raines, Clara Clark, ary Hatfield, Linda Albaugh, Karen Coburn, Ellen Law, Ella Headrick, Joyce Rittenhouse, Ann Lehman. Row 3: Clenn Barnhart, Lynn Hoffman, ll Watson, Suzie Vogt, Larry Somerwill, Anne Paist, Pattyc Rausch, Ann Hinkley, Sandra Sizer, Barbara Rubin, Darlene Sones, Linda Cook. Row 4: ll Wcist, Linda Waller, Dale Moline, Doug Spicka, Bill Foster, Peggy Shaw, Marianne Resh, Eleanor Whiteside, Peggy Langston, Marjorie Clark, nb Drake. Row 5: Jerry Malone, Bill Madden, Dotty Neyhouse, Dave McKenzie, Bennett Smith, Tim Johnson, Pat Hurley, Kent Jamison, Jackie LaRue, xul Berdahl, Lois Torley. Row 6: Bill Baker, Phil Robertson, Don Calihan, Ron Evans, Phil Calhoun, members of senior scholarship team. Services provided by Fairmont's guidance counselors are designed to assist the individual stu- dent in making the most of his own opportunities while he is in school. Personal conferences are ar- ranged for individual assistance. Each student is given a chance to discuss problems and school courses with his counselor. Group instructions aid the student in selecting a college or a vocation. NANCY WYGANT HELENA NEUMARK RUTH ANDERSON JAMES SIMS RICHARD WEST GORDON COOK Counselors Correlate Students' Capacity, Achievement, Interest, and Adiustment 5 w"""'0m-M... Miss Wygunt und Mr. Sims willingly and carefully listen studentls problem, Miss Neurnark, an ardent U.C. fan, encourages students to attend college of their choice. ,Q Penny Banks takes animated gesture instructions from Mr. Kuldau. LEAH FUNCK-Ohio State Univ B.S. in Ed., MA.-English speech. Club: National Forensic laeague.. Hobbies: Reading, mu . , SIC, SCW1Ilg. JOSEPH KULDAU - Heidelberg College, B.A.g Ohio State Univ. M.A.-Speech, English. Club National Forensic League. Hob bies: Semi-professional presti digitator. Thespians Receive National Acclaim in Theatre, Stage, and Drama Dramatic, humorous, and oratorical interpre- tation, original oratory and extemporaneous speak- ing, poetry reading, one-act play, radio program, and radio announcing are the areas covered by speech and dramatics. ln this course, the students? with speaking experience refine their present skills and cultivate new ones. ln basic speech, the beginner is given the op- portunity to do platform speaking, develop poise and confidence, profit by sharing constructive criticism, and appreciate fully the importance of modern news media. In extemporaneous speaking, a knowledge of national and international affairs-economics, poli- tics, and history-is gained. Debate deals with one clearly defined area on which research and documentation is required. This yearis topic, for instance, is uliesolved, that the United States should promote a common market for the Western Hemispheref' 'Thorough knowledge of Latin America, the United States, and Canada is involved. All successful men must be able to convey and comprehend ideas. For this reason, speech educa- tion is invaluable. Miss Funck radiates news she has earned the second diamond for her N.E.L. pin. JOAN BURNS-Bowling Green Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Montclair State 'Teachers College-English. Hobbies: Swimming, reading, golf. MARY CARR-Univ. Dayton, B.S. !English. Hobbies: Travel, en- tomology. RUTH J. EVANS-West' Chester, B.S.: New York Univ.: Univ. Virginia-English. Club: Na- tional Honor Society. Hobbies: Reading, flower gardening, cook- ing. JOYCE GERBER-West Virginia Univ., B.S.g Miami Univ., M. in Ed.-English. Hobbies: Print- ing, ceramics, sewing. Basic skills in spelling, grammar, and reading provide the foundation for the in- tellectual growth we find in Fairmontis English classes. This department strives to give students the opportunity to become ac- quainted with the best literature in the English language and to improve their own creative work. Through study of other authors, Works one may acquire a profoundlknowl- edge and understanding of human nature, history comes alive when related to the people that inhabit the realm of a writer's imagination. Grammar drill teaches pupils Literature Relives the "Far Away EILEEN COWDY-Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Ed.-English. ROBERT HILDRETH-Cedarville Col., B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ.e-- English. CHARLOTTE HILI.fDenison Univ., A.D.: West Virginia Univ., IVI.A.g George Peabody: Miami Univ.-English. Club: Y-Teens. Hobbies: Reading, mu- sic, tennis. ANNA HILLER-Manchester Col., B.A.g Miami Univ., M.A.-Eng- lish. Hobbies: Needlework, ster- eo-recording. LEONORE HOFFMAN - Univ. North Carolina, B.A.g Eastern Kentucky State Col., M.A.: Mi- ami Univ.-English. Club: Wise Fools. Hobbies: Reading, music, tennis. BETTY JO HOUTTUIN-Mary Manse Col., A.B.g Ohio North- ern: La Escuela lnteramerican de Verano-English. Club: Sophomore Adviser. Hobbies: Reading, traveling, swimming. BARBARA JOHNSON-Indian Univ., A.B.-English. Hobbiesi Reading, traveling, swimming. LAURA KENNEDYfOhio Univ. A.B.-English. Hobbies: Travel. flowers, cooking. to use words correctly and express their thoughts clearly and effectively. Upon this hasis the study of composition is founded, concentrated effort in this field can im- prove everyone's writing ability. Talents acquired in English classes are useful in every activity in the school curriculum and will he invaluable in future study and work. Here at Fairmont, students find that English huilds fundamental knowledge, per- ,sonality, understanding, and character- t tessential ingredients in the recipe for and Long Ago" Mr. Hildrtflh must he well-read to keep one step ahead of his students. Cvudrun We endorf a native Ctrman find tht tudv of Shake ptare less difficult when aided luv Wir Hill LEE PELLETT4-Indiana Central College, A.B.-English II, III. .IEANNE PHILLIPS - Indiana Univ., B.S., M.S.-English II. Hobbies: Reading, sports. MARGARET ROONEY - Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Ed., Univ. Wisconsin, MA.-English II. Club: Senior class adviser. Hob- bies: Travel, music, drama. CARL SMITH - Univ. Dayton, B.A.g Miami Univ., lVI.A.iEng- lish IV, Journalism. Clubs: Newspaper adviser, Future Teachers of America. Hobbies: Writing, hiking. EUGENE SMITH-St. Maris Col- lege, A.B.g Marquette Univ., M.A.-Speech, English. llob- bies: Golf, fishing, reading. CHRISTENA WAHL - Otterbein College, A.R.g Ohio State Univ., ILA.: Columbia Univ.: Univ. California at Los Angeles: Univ. Southern California-English. Clubs: Y-Teens, Senior class ad- viser. Hobbies: Reading, travel, collecting recipes. Pronunciation of foreign languages is tested in the language lab by Miss Deisher and Mrs. lump. Knowledge of Language at MERRILLA DAVIS-Ohio State Univ., B.A., B.S. in Ed., M.A.-Latin. Clubs: Latin Club, Russian Club. CHRISTINE DEISHER-Indiana State College, A.B.-French. Club: French Club. Hobbies: Swimming, traveling. LEONA GRIEST-Ohio Northern, ' Miami Univ., M.A.: Wittenberg, State: William and Mary-Latin. Club: Latin Club. Hobbies: Read- ing, travel. RUTH HEITZMAN-Bowling Green State Univ., B.S. in Ed.: University of Southern California, M.A.-French, English. Club: French Club. i A.B. , Ohio HOLLIS JUMP-Northwestern Univ. B.S.g Middlebury Spanish School- Spanish. Hobbies: Music, theater, . sports. ' WILLIAM SCHNIER-Capital Univ., AB.: Seminary Capital Univ., BD.: Univ. of Cincinnati, B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Mexico: Middleburg, M.A.: Univ. of Coloradowflerman. Club: German Club. Hobbies: Reading, sports. JAMES THOMPSON -H Wittenberg Univ., A.B.g Ohio State Univ., M.A. -Spanish. Club: Spanish Club. Hob- bies: Sports, literature. MARY BELLE WARREN - Union Univ., B.A.g Univ. Tennessee, M.A.: Univ. Kentucky, Sorbonneg Vander- bilt Univ.-French. Club: Future Teachers, French Club. Hobbies: 1 Gardening, travel, reading. Knowledge of a language other than English gives one many opportunities for further fields of study. Interest in the geography, history, or culture of a foreign country may be increased by a course in a foreign language. One of the principal purposes of the Language Department is to enable the student to understand other peoples and their cultures by being able to communicate with them. French, German, Latin, and Spanish courses are offered at Fairmont. Language laboratories add to the studentls proficiency by guiding him in learning correct pronunciation. Advanced courses in French, Latin, and Spanish have been added to the list of courses offered for those students who Wish to continue their studies on a higher level. Learning to read, write, and speak a foreign language not only is interesting and enjoyable but may also pave the Way to a successful tomorrow. 1 HG H3 . d. . . E ,, . . a ld est omnls 1v1sa 1n partes tres, illustrates Mrs. Griest. 'roiecfs World Understanding k Mr. Schnier's students capture the gaiety of the German language through song. ulci on parle le francais," agree Miss Warren's students as they dis- cuss French literature. no-sat-am., WJ 4 FP DONALD DETRICK-Manchester llollcgcg Ohio Wesley: Univ., B.M.-Orchestra. Hobby: Photography. ARTHUR ERESMAN-Baldwin-YVallacc College, 13.5.31 Univ. Rochester, MAI.-Nlatrcliing Hand. Hobbies: Num matics, model railroads. WESLEY HAINES--Wilmington College, B.S. in Ed., Miai Univ,, M.E.-Concert Band. Hobbies: Sports, rcadin playing music. GENE SEEBERGER-Ohio State Univ., 13.5. in Ed., SLA! Chorus. Hobby: Photography. RACHEL H. URICK-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Fine Artsg Wi tenberg Univ., BS. in Ed., Dayton Art Institute, Arts an Crafts. Hobbies: Arts and crafts, needlework, collectii poetry, music. Club: Junior Red Cross. WALTER VON CRUENIGEN-Univ. Kentucky, A.B., M.A Cincinnati Art Academy, Cleveland Institute of Art-A3 Hobbies: Hunting, fishing. Fine Arts Provide Mr. Von Grucnigcn studies the aesthetic skills of his art students. Under the direction of Mr. Detrick, thc orchestra practices for thc opcrctta Fairmontis Well-balanced program of education corre- tes the logic of science and math with the self-expression of te fine arts. Fine Arts promotes interest in cultural appre- ation for pupils with a basic desire to explore various iases of art and enhance his cultural background. Students 'e encouraged to develop their creative potential for a voca- Jn or an avocation. Chorus, band, orchestra, art, and advanced art are ,e means of self-expression in the Fairmont curriculum. atural talent is refined and improved through study, bring- ncentive for Creativity Miss Busseer and Miss Wilson enjoy selecting helpful magazines for students. Miss Urick gives pointers to Evie Sturtevant, to int- prove licr creative ability. ing about a fine product of cultural beauty in every instance. Our library is another source for cultural expansion of every Fairmont student. Books and resource materials are geared to the schoolls curriculum requirements and leisure reading preferences. With twelve hundred students using the library each week, it is a busy and efficient place. The value of the library to the school cannot be under- estimated, a student may enrich every course in his schedule through personal effort and proper library research. RUTH KI. BUSSEER-Adrian College, BS.: Univ. of Ken- tucky, MS. in l..S.-Librarian. Hobbies: Reading, painting. p c px. ypclp.. MIRIAM WILSON-Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Ed.g Western Re- serve Univ., BS. in L.S.sLi- brarian. Club: Y-Teens. Hob- bies: Music, sewing, reading. BEN ANKNEY-Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ, of Dayton: Ohio State Univ.YSociology, civics. Hobbies: Beading, golf. HUGH BROWNgCcdarville Col- lege, B.S. in Ed.: Catholic Univ. of America: Xavier Univ.: American Univ.-Civics, econom- ics. Hobbies: Music, creative writing, fishing. E. FRIEND COUSER-North Manchester College, N.E., A.B.g 3 Univ. of Dayton: Miami Univ.-Civics, sociology. Club: 5 YhfC1'.Hbb':Ms'ff '11, out or lust 0 ws u lc, :ardemnr Mr. Ankney challenges student to think for himsel Knowledge of World Affairs - Past and Present - LESTER HEISTAND-Heidelberg College, B.A.g Miami Univ., MA.-Civics, economi sociology. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing. JAMES HOOVER-Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Ohio State Univ.: Univ. of Dayton-Amerio history. Hobbies: Athletics, photography. KENNETH HUFFMAN-Cedarville College, BS. in Ed.: U3 of Cincinnati, Miami Univ., M.A. in Ed.-World histf American history, World geography. Club: Yearhook4b ness adviser. Hobbies: Softball, basketball, hunting. ROBERT JANES-Univ. of Dayton, B.S. in Ed.-World tory. Club: Junior Council on World Affairs. Hobb Sports, reading. DOROTHY MILBY-Miami Univ., B.A.-Sociology, Ameri history. Club: Future Teachers. Hobbies: Reading. From social studies, students gain a basic mderstanding of the history of people, at all imes in all parts of the World. World history gives a detailed account of Man, from the :aveman of the prehistoric ages to the astro- tauts of today. It records specific events and lescribes the accomplishments of great men vhose lives influenced the world. American listory, required of all juniors, covers every rrea of this nation's history. It traces the course Jf time from the discovery of the New World o the Revoluntionary War, to the Civil War, o the World Wars, to the present. Senior ocial studies includes civics, the study of Ameri- an governmentg sociology, the study of people nd societyg and economics, the study of govern- ient financing. Current events are stressed in social studies :lasses as important clues to solving the prob- lems of today,s world affairs. Students are also encouraged to study current events to develop foresight to prevent future crises. O O Q Q Dblechve of Social Studies Ir. Hugh Brown combines theory and practice in economics through investment 1 the stock market. Mr. Zaremski motivates students through the use of maps ETHELYN Mt-NIILLAN-Univ. of Michigan, BA., MA.- American history, world his- tory. Club: .lunior Council on World Affairs. Hobbies: Reading, cooking, travel. JOHN STUCKEY--SI i u mi Univ., BS. in Ed.g Indiana Univ., BLS., Ohio Northern Univ.-American ll i s to r y, world geography. C I ll b: Coach. Hobby: Athletics. LOUIS ZAREBISKI-O ll i o State Univ., BS., BA., ll.A.g Univ. of lowa--American his- tory. Club: Student Council. Hobbies: Sports, stereo music. .l. L. BAKER-Manchester College, A.B.g Ohio State Univei sity, lNl.A.-Physics, Science ll. Hobbies: Photography Hi-Fi, Stereo. PAUL BAKER-Manchester College, B.S.g Ohio State Un versity, M.A.: Miami Univ., M.A.T. Chemistry. Hobbies Photography, cooking. JAMES BEARD-Miami University, l3.A.g M.A.T.4Physic: Chemistry. Clubs: Science Club. J. GORDON BLACKMORE-Wilmington College, HS., New Mexico, lNl.A.-Cliemistrj Club: Science Club. Hobbies: Travel, woodworking, guns. KENNETH DURSTMOl1io Wesleyan Univ.: Ohio Northern Univ., B.S.-Biology. t 2 Q JAMES EHLER-Miami Univ., ' B.S.-Biology. Clubs: Track Coach, Asst. Basketball Coach. i Hobbies: Sports, reading. Q CHARLES CRAVES-K an s a s Stat Teachers Collefre B.A e E 7 'S B.S.g Univ. of lll., M. in Zool- ogy-Biology. Q E Q if it 5 E li BIILBURN HINDS-Ohio North- ern, B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ.: A 3l.A.T.fBiology. Club: Biology. 1 Hobbies: Cryptograms. LAUREN KLUDY-Ohio State Univ., B.S.-Physics, Science ll, Between classes, Mr. Kludy pauses for a lJri4 moment of relaxation. '3- Scientific Exploration and Experimentation Diminish Realm of Unknown Vistas Teachers of the Fairmont Science Department put an accent on ulearning by doingf, Chemistry and physics classes complete experiments as well as master theories. Biology is for college preparatory students, those interested in a science career, and ones who desire meaningful information on how to live better in an ever- changing world. All courses present laboratory Work, demonstrations, reading, lectures, and in- dividual projects. In these ways students come closer to the science field. These courses are stressed, although they are not all required. Biology, chemistry, and science II require no study beforehand, while physics requires a C or better in algebra I and geometry. This is done to make mastering theory and equations less difficult. lr. Blackmore carefully assembles the equipment necessary for a class Kperiment. TERRY R. MALLETT-Ohio Univ., B.S. in Ed.g M.Ed.- Biology, Science II. Hobbies: Golf, water skiing. DAVID R. RAYBURN-Ohio Wes- leyan Univ., B.A.g Univ. Wiscon- sin, M.A.-Biology, audio-visual. Hobbies: Sports, woodworking. ELBY L. TACKETT-Eastern Ken- tucky State College, B.S.g Mur- ray Kentucky Stateg Duke Univ.g University Kentucky-Chemistry. Club: Chemistry seminar. Hob- bies: Bowling. 496' I and II. Club: Future Teachers. mathematics. CARL FERCLSON--Cedarville College, AB., Miami Univ., M.Ed.-Geometry. Hobby! YVood working. ALVIN K. FUNDERHURCZ--Manehes- ter College, IEA.: Univ. of Colorado, M.S.g Bowdoin College, M.A.- Al- gebra II and III, trigonometry, solid geometry, general math. Club: Sopho- more adviser. Hobby: Boating. GERALD L. CRILLIOT-Univ. of Day- ton, B.S.-Algebra I, plane geometry. Hobby: Collecting insects. MARCERY JUNIPER-Ohio State Univ., B.S., MA.: Lehigh Univ.- Trigonometry, algebra Ill, plane gc- ometry. Hobbies: Ikehana, reading. WARREN R. KINDY-Man Chester College, AB., Ohio State Univ., MA.: Univ. Dayton: Bowdoin College: Miami Univ.-Special ge- ometry, algebra II. Hob- bies: Antiques, Clerking auction sales. JOHN LEWIS-Massachusetts State College, B.S.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.-Yljlane geometry, general math. Hobbies: Worlcl history, athletics. JOSEPH J. REED-Morr mouth College, AB., Bowl- ing Green Univ., MA.: Pur- due Univ.: Miami Univ.- Plane geometry. Hobby: Sports referee. ROBERT SCHNARRE-Ohio State Univ., BS.: Indiana Univ., MS.-Trigonometry, solid geometry, plane ge- ometry, remedial math. Hob- bies: Hunting, fishing. Mrs. Juniper "helps herselfl' at the faculty picnic SHIRLEY BENSINCER-Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Case Institute of 'l'et-lmologv-:Xl ehr IRA O. BROWN-Wittenberg Univ., DS. in Ed.: Miami Unix., NIA. .Xlgt-ina I, Cen Mr. Reed takes a few minutes out of a day to relax. Any level of ability or depth of nterest in math can find its place in 'airmontls Mathematics Department. lourses of study range from general nath to calculus, including plane and olid geometry, algebra, and trigo- .ometry. Concepts basic to all mathematical deductions and to further tudy in math and science receive aorough explanation and exploration. There is considerable emphasis on mdividual effort and outside research J satisfy and stimulate every student's uriosity in mathematics. Modern :aching aids and advanced techniques elp the teacher in demonstration and xplanation of many aspects of math. leliberate effort and serious study in lath can lead to fascinating hobbies or xcellent vocations in the future. Mr. Funderburg makes trigonometry seem easier Numbers, Symbols, Signs, and Space Intrigue Math Students GEORGE TUTTLE-Findlay College, A.B.g Ohio State Univ., M.A.g Oklahoma A. and M.g lowa State Teachers College, Univ. of Michigan, Ball State Teachers College-Algebra ll, Advanced Plane Ge- ometry. Club: Mathematics. Hobbies: Music, theater. LOTS JEAN WOLFE-Hanover College, A.B.-Plane Geometry. Club: Sophomore Adviser. Hobbies: Tennis, bridge, golf. Mr. Tuttle-always ready with friendly helpful advice. JOAN CONNERfUniv. of Miss. Southern, B.S. in Ed. fSl1orthand I, Shorthand II, business law, notehand. Club: Future Business Leaders of America. Hob- by: Girl Scouting. ELEANOR GALLAGHERA Wittenberg Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Cincinnati, M.Ed.g Miami Univ., Univ. of Denver-Office practice, notehand. Club: Future Business Leaders of Ameri- ca. FRANCES HOMER-Univ. of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.E.g Univ. of Wisconsin, Colum- bia Univ.: Miami Univ.- Typing. Club: West Y- Teens. Hobbies: Swimming, theater, bridge. WILLIAM JACKSON-Indi ana State Teachers College, B.S.g Miami Univ.-Book- keeping I. Club: Senior Ad- viser. Hobby: Swimming. Business Education prepares students fo a career in the world of business competition Students use commercialized machines ant teaching aids. One may elect courses vary ing in degrees of difficulty. Students may elect one or all of the follow ing courses: Record keeping, bookkeeping l II, clerical typing I, II, personal typing, short hand I, II, office practice, business law ant economics, and business mathematics. Cooperative office education is being of fered for the first time this year. It permit the participants to gain practical experienc through their on-the-job training in local of fices. Notehand, another addition to the busines curriculum prepares college-bound students fo proficiency in note-taking and note-making Local businessmen readily recognize.th4 competent training achieved by students in thi: phase of the curriculum. Office Equipment Trunsforn' JOE LOWER 01110 State Univ., B.S. in Ed., M.A.-Short- hand I shorthand II cooperative office education. Club: Future Busme s Leaders of America. LARRY McKINLEY-3Ian- chester College, B.S.g Univ. of Dayton.-Business eco- nomics, business law, book- keeping. Club: Future Busi- ness Leaders of America. JANE NOLANwWilmington College, B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., KLA.--Typewriting I, typewriting II, noteband, yearbook. Clubs: Yearbook, Future Business Leaders of America. Hobbies: Trailer- ing, sewing, numismatics. Mr. Lower and Mr. Robinson, members of the Business Education spade committee, discuss changes for next year's curriculum. Mrs. Homer and Miss Gallagher teach typing skill by example. Iassroom Into Business Office New teachers, M new typewriters. rs. Conner, Mr. Powell, and Mr. Jackson, examine WILLIAM L. POWELL-Miami Univ. B.S.g M.Ed.-Personal typing, record keeping. Holabfvs: Pliotography, read- ing. JAMES L. ROBINSON-Eastern Ken- tucky State, ILS., Univ. of Kentucky, MA., Miami Univ.-Bookkeeping ll, business lnatli. Hobbies: Refinishing. and 'L q1......., Many varied courses are taught in the Vo- cational Department. Home Economics cur- riculum includes child development, home man- agement, marketing, preparing for guests, and demonstrations of special kitchen equipment. Sewing is offered in the second semester. Industrial Arts has a general program sub- divided into specialized groups: drafting, metals, machine shop, transportation, wood- working, electricity, graphic arts, industrial math, and stage craft. Stage crew, under the direction of Mr. Leland Hall, undertakes all programs, large or small, performed on the Fairmont stage. ROBERT BANZHAF-Miami Univ., B.S.4Graphic arts. Club Printer's Devils. Hobbies: Book collecting. DUANE FENDER-Ohio Northern, BS. in Ed.g Univ. of Rec lands-Driver ed. Club: Pep club. Hobbies: Sports. JOHN FORBECK-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.-Driver ed. Club Sophomore basketball coach, boys intramurals. Hobbies Sports. BERNIECE FOWLEI-ifPurdue, B.S.H.E.g Ball State Teachei College-Home Economics. Club: Future Nurses. Hobbie: Sewing, needlework. ' WYLIE GRAHAM-Geneva College, BS. in Ed., Miam Ohio Univ.g Indiana Univ., MS. in Ed., Michigan Statea Driver ed. Club: Photography. Hobbies: Photograph fishing, numismatics. LELAND S. HALL-Ohio State, BS. in Ed., Univ. Cincinnat Wittenberg-Wood shop, stage craft. Hobbies: Art meta antiques. Vocational Skills Assis' EDMUND HENDERSON-Miami Univ., B.S., BLA.- Q, Drafting. Hobbies: fishing, hunting. E s s X X 4 Q '4Make sure the seam is straight," says Mrs. Savage. HAlXb lIOLZTRAl,lzlx- Miami Llniv.. l3.S,. Xl.E.--'l'ransporta- tion ll, lll, IY. Club: Junior adxisvr. Hobbies: lit-1-kw ling, l cunninff vtiviliv rm-pair CHARLES POWER-Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Ed., MA., Miami Univ., lndiana Univ.-Machine shop, drafting, driver ed., indus- trial math. Hobbies: Flying, photography, water skiing. Club: Machinists. lr. Leland Hall and his stage crew, unsung lierocs of lfairmont, prepare for iother performance. Nlow and Tomorrow r. Power oversees the work of John YVadv und Tom ate on the vertical mill. GLENN ROBERTS-Wiltninggten Collt-gt-, BS. in Ed., Miutni Univ., M.E.-Electricity, wood- working. Hobbies: llunting, fishing, sports. CIub:Elcctronics Cluli. BETTY SAVAGE-Ohio State Univ., 13.5. in Ed.-llome Eco- nomics. Hobbies: Sewing, travel- IHKT CHARLES VESPER-ML ami Univ., BS., M.E. illletals, driver ed., transportation. Hobbies: Photography, s p o r t s cars. HELEN YOGELSANG- Ohio State Univ., B.S., MA., Merrill Palmer School of Child Develop- ment, Univ. Hawaii, Mexico City College- Honie Economics. Hob- bies: Reading, traveling, knitting. Club: Future Homemakcrs of America. EDSEL ASHWORTH-West Vir- ginia Univ.: Alderson-Broaddus College, BS.: Miami Univ., M.A.Ed.: Ohio State Univ.- Health, physical education, guid- ance. Clubs: Sophomore Advis- er, Team Trainer. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, boating. NANCY BENADUM-M i a mi Univ., l3.S. Ed.fHealth, guid- ance, physical education. Clubs: Basketball and Tennis Coach. Hobbies: Tennis, basketball, soft- ball. ROBERT KRITZER-Michigan State Univ., B.S.g MA.- Health, Physical Education, Guidance. Clubs: Junior Class. Hobbies: Sports, music. Mr. Bateson uses health charts to illustrate boi structures to be learned. JOANNA MORITZ-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.Ed.: Ohio State Univ. -Health, physical education, guidance. Clubs: Girls' Athletic Association, Volleyball Coach. . . Hobbies: Music, camping. NOEL PATTERSON-Wisconsin State College, B.S.-Health, physical education. Clubs: Gym- nastic Coach. Hobbies: Sports, dramatics, baton. ROSS L. BATESON-BowL ing Green Univ., B.S.: Ohio State Univ., MA.-Health, physical ed. Hobbies: Fish- ing, boating, sports. Mr. Ashworth demonstrates the effective techniques of artificial respiration. Health courses at Fairmont have as their objective developing favorable health knowledge, attitudes, and practices. Self-evaluation, personal habits and traits, and emotions are the topics covered in the first semester. Work in the second semester builds a studentls general knowledge of first aid. ln the physical education classes, students participate in many individual and group activities. Physical education relates the im- provement of physical fitness to the aspects of instruction, at- tempting proficiency in activities that promote health and interest in fitness and athletic skills. This area of schooling prepares girls and boys for successful citizenship. Seniors may elect to take physical educationg at this level its purposes are to make students aware of the vital part whole- some recreation plays in a full life. Major sports offered are: basketball, softball, badminton, and gymnastics. Mr. Perry, gymnastics all-American, demonstrates his ability. Develops Sound Minds ond Strong Bodies iss Rausch and Miss Benadum help to cheer the basketball team to victory. DONALD PERRY-Ohio State Univ., B.S.g Miami Univ.- Health and Physical Education. Club: Assistant lntramurals, Boys and Girls Gymnastics. Hob- bies: Water skiing, gymnastics, swimming. BARBARA RAUSCH-Bowling Green Univ., BS. in Ed.-Health and Physical Education. Clubs: Field hockey and softball Coach, Cheerleader Adviser. Hobbies: Sports, music, song-writing. Kettering's bus drivers keep in mind at all times the safety of the students they transport to and from school. Their presence of mind and calm assuredness give each student confidence in his safe arrival at home or school. Drivers must exercise tact and tolerance in maintaining friendly discipline. We as students should consider it our duty to help maintain a good standard of conduct. Cheerful and patient hus drivers deserve a break. Cooperation of Service Staf R0 ' I: lIar'orie Mote Helen Hermetz, Myrna Taylor, Mary Chaney. Row 2: Helen Hostutler, Elizabeth wLisI, Ruth Strawser, Dorothy Began, zo J . Wx-rts, Betty Hambrick. Row 3: Nlajorie Burgess, Margaret Hurst, Ursel Cham, Zella B1llbrey, Malwl Smith, Lucille Fiske, Ct-neva Evans. Custodians daily inspect boiler room. Front: Walter Bcare, Charles A. Parlette. Back: Win ton Cross, Wilbur Arnold, Carl Hofferberth, Adrian Forte, Francis Dayton, Paul Arthur, Ed Siford ital Link in Students' Day Custodians and cafeteria Workers play an im- portant part in the day of each Fairmontonian. Custodians keep the school grounds clean and in repair, thus increasing the comfort of every stu- dent. Planning and preparing meals for 2500 stu- dents is by no means an easy task. Training and experience are necessary to balance meals and determine the amount of food to serve in each individual lunch line. We are greatly indebted to our Wonderful serv- ice staff because they Work for us every minute of the day. Mrs. Hostutler patiently oversees the operation of the portable lunch line y-HGH I' r5RlNG, Seniors gg i is il. ' fi ln' -.L -" I - 54 as -f 4 wi X Q' LASS OFFICERS: Doug Fink. XiCC'-lJl'E'FifllxIll1 Jim Rvumley. pri-siclvnt: Kathy Nloritz. social f'Ildil'lHilIlZ Carol Richarclsorl. Svr'rcta1'y: 'ave Fisher. treasurer. ACKER, MARY JO-Elizabeth Seton High School Maryland 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Yearbook 4. AGNOR, GARY-Wrestling 2, 3. ALBAUCH, LINDA-Chorus 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, 2nd Cpl 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Student Counci' 4, Secretary 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. ALBRIGHT, BONNIE-French Club 2, Futur Teachers 2, 4, GAA 2, 3, School Paper 3, 4. ALEXANDER, ROBERT-Acalanes High Schoo California 2, 3, JCOWA 4. ALEXANDER, RUTH-Chorus 4, JCOWA fl-, L: brary Assistant 2, 3. AMAND, DAVID ANDERSON, JAMES-Hall Monitor 4. ANCOFF, ROBERT-JCOWA 4. ANKENEY, DOUGLAS--Chess Club 3, 4, Alph Beta Hi-Y 4. ANTHONY, PARME-Tennis 2, 3, 4, Varsity "F Club 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY, RICHARD-Hall Monitor 3, 4, Tenn: 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Varsity 'Tv Club 2, 3, 1 APPLETON, CHRISTOPHER-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4 JCOWA 4, Spanish Club 4, Wrestling 3. ARGUE, IRENE-Card Section 2, Chorus 4, Clas Officer, Social Chairman 3, French Club 2, 3 GAA 2, 4, Library Assistant 3, Operetta 15 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4, Stucle Council 2. ARMOLD, CHARLES-Latin Club 2. ASBURY, TERRENCE ATKIN, EVERARD-Theta Hi-Y 2. ATTEBERRY, DARLENE-Chorus 3, French Clul 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Hall Monitor 3, lnterscholasti Softball 2, JCOWA 3, 4, Library Assistant 2 Office Assistant 2, Operetta 3, Pep Club 4. lary Jo Acker, Stasia Clark, and LeRoy Coulter tart the day with a cheerful morning announce- lent. T Active, informed students are Fclirmont's trademark ULTZ, CYNTHIA-GAA 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 3, 4, interscho- lastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, NFL 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. ACHAND, KATHLEEN-Julienne High School 3, French Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Homemakers 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Wise Fools, Club 3. ADGER, SUSAN-Venice High School, California 3, Chorus 4, GAA 3, Youth for Christ 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. AINTER, PAMELA-Card Section 2, Class Play 4, Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA 3, 4, Pep 'Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Sub- scription Manager, Y-Teens 4, Operetta 4. AIR, MARKETA-French Club 2, 4, GAA 2, Home-makers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. AKER, WILLIAM-French Club 2, 3, Hall Moni- tor 4, Gamma Hi-Y 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. XLL, DONNA-Chorus 2, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Operetta 2, Youth for Christ 2, Y-Teens 2. XLLARD, SONJA-Future Business Leaders 4, Pep Club 4. XRKER, TERRY-Band 2, Electronics Club 3, 4. XRNHART, GLENN-Science Club 2, Senior Schol- arship Team 4. ARR, BECKY-Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homemakers 4, Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 2, 3. XRRETT, WILLIAM me 'mv SW 1.31 A BEARD, CHARLES-French Club 3, 4, Gymnastic 23 Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 3, 4 BEEMER, BRUCE-Moorestown High School, New Jersey, 2, Hall Monitor 4, Science Club 4. BEHNKEN, HERBERT BELG, WILLIAM-Lab Assistant 3, 4. BENDER, PAUL BENNETT, MARVIN BERDAHL, PAUL-Band 3, 4, Chorus 4, Mat Club 3, 4-g Orchestra 3, 4, Operetta 3, Scienc Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Torch and Keystone E 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. BIELER, WILLIAM-Yamato High School, ,Iapa 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. BISHOP, ROBERT-French Club 2, Gamma Hi-' 2, 3, 4, President 43 Pep Club 4, Science Clu 4, Electronics Club 4. X BLACK, TERRELL-Basketball 2, 3, French Club f Pep Club 3. BLACKBURN, JAMES BLAIR, JONELLE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, Hom makers 43 JCOWA 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Youi for Christ 3. Social Studies prepare seniors for tomorrow's world Newspaper work gives senior social studies classes a look at todaj world. LAIR, ROBERT--Pep Club 3. LATT, RITA-Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 2. LECK, EDWARD-Football 2, German Club 3, 4. OAK, CLIFFORD-Football 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Varsity NF" Club 3, 43 Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. ODEM, DOUGLASS-Band 23 Gamma Hi-Y 3, 45 Junior Achievement 3, Pep Club 4, Electronics Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. OISE, EILEEN-Homemakers 4, NFL 4. OLLINGER, BRENDA-FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4. OND, BONNIE-Julienne High School 2. OND, CONNIE-,lulienne High School 25 Future Medical Careers 4, Homemakers 3, 4. ORCHERS, LOIS-GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 45 Li- brary Assistant 4, Pep Club 4. ORDWELL, SUE-Card Section 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 43 JCOWA 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3. OTHMAN, RANDALLkOakwood High School, 25 Band 3, 4, Operetta 4, Pep Club 4. OTTS, CHARLES-Fairborn High School, 2. RADFIELD, JAMEShClass Play 4, Lab Assistant 4, Youth for Christ 4. RADFORD, MARY ANN-Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, German' Club 3, 45 JCOWA 4, Library Assistant 4. RADLEY, KEITH-South High School, Columbus, Ohio 2, Spanish Club 4. KANNAN, BARBARA-GAA 2, 35 Pep Club 4. KENNER, DEBORAH-GAA 25 Hall Monitor 4, Junior Achievement 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 4. Todayls students prepare for roles as tomorrow's home makers. Students learn and grow . . . BREWSTER, ELAINE-Chorus 2, 3, FBLA 2, 3, 1 Vice President 3, President 4, GAA 2, 3, I1 tramural Manager 3, Operetta 2, 3, Torch an Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Faculty Editor, Qui and Scroll 4. BRILL, LINDA-GAA 2, 4, Pep Club 4. BRINKEL, DIANE-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Medici Careers 2, Hall Monitor 4. BROOKEY, SHARON-St. Joseph Commercial Hig School 2. BROOKS, JUDITH-GAA 2, 3, 4, Junior Achiew ment 2. BROWN, SANDRA-Band 2, 3, FBLA 4, Futur Medical Careers 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitc 3, Orchestra 3, Yearbook 4, Co-Editor. BROWN, SHARRON-Future Teachers 2, 4, Lati Club 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Youth for Chri 4, Wise Fools, Club 4. BROWNSBERGER, WILLIAM-Golf 2, 3, 4, Ha Monitor 4, Science Club 4, Wrestling 3, 4. BRUMFIEL, BRUCE-Hall Monitor 3, 4, Thet Hi-Y 2, JCOWA 4, Library Assistant 2, Spanis Club 4, Track 2, 3, 4. BRUNSMAN, CAROLINE-German Club 3, 4, Pres dent 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, School Paper , 4, Editor in Chief 4, Science Club 2, 3, Torc and Keystone 3, 4. BRUNSMAN, JOHN-Kappa Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pre ident 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Electronics Clu 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. BUCHHOLZ, BRADLEY-Golf 2, 3, JCOWA EI Pep Club 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. BURCESS, JEANNE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Op- eretta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. BUSCHAR, JUDITH-Band 3, 4, GAA 3, Drum Majorette 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. BUSHONG, DONNA-Belmont High School 2, Homemakers 3, 4. BUVINCER, DOUGLAS-Hall Monitor 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Track 2, 3, 4, W1'estling 3, -l-. CALHOUN, PHlLfBasketball 2, 3, -l-, Card Section 3, French Club 4, Hall Monitor 3, Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity MF" Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. CALIHAN, DON-Lab Assistant 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman Ll, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Track 2. IALL, NORMAN-Butler High School, Alabama 2, 3. IAMPBELL, CHARLES IANTRELL, CAROL-Debate 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, lnterscholastic Volleyball 3, ,Intra- mural Manager 3, JCOWA 3, Lab Assistant 4, Pep Club 2, 3, fl, Spanish Club 3, -lf. IAREY, WILLIAM ZATALANO, DAVE IAUPP, ADAHGAA 2. . . . in many areas of interest flaire Theiss, Chuck McGraw, and Carl McFarland lebate question: "Should a dragon have wings?" Y Judy Fouke, Marlene Oishi, and Elaine Brewster pro claim our spirit with posters. "Let us be known for our spirit" '63 slogan CLARK, ANASTASIA-French Club 3, 4, Futun Teachers 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, lnterscholastic Volley ball 3, 4, Pep Club 4, PBX Operator 3, Yeai book 4, Photo Scheduler, Quill and Scroll 4. CLARK, CLARA-Card Section 2, CAA 2, 3, 4 Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2 Spanish Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4 Russian Club 4. CLARK, LEON-Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3 Wrestling 3. CLARK, MARJORIE-Chorus 3, Class Play 3 JCOWA 4, Library Assistant 3, Senior Scholar ship Team 4, Russian Club 4. CLARK, MICHAEL COBURN, KAREN-Class Play 3, French Club 2 3, 4, Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2 3, 4, JCOWA 4, NFL 3, 4, Senior Scholarshiy Team 4. CODY, EDWARD4Chess Club 3. COLLINS, CHARLES-Cross Country 3, FBLA 2 Lab Assistant 3, Pep Club 4. COLLINS, CHRISTINE-GAA 3, Homemakers 2 Library Assistant 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4. COMMON, ANN-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3 French Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramura Manager 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, Op eretta 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. CONRAD, NEAL-Band 2, 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y JCOWA 4. CONSTABLE, MARGARET-Class Play 3, 4, Frencl Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4 Intramural Manager 3, Lab Assistant 3. OOK, LINDA-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, X 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 4, Latin N Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team. IORSAW, MICHAEL-Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3,-L. IORWIN, LINDA-Chorus -1-, GAA 2, 3, Home- makers 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 4. IOULTER, LEROY-Card Section 3, French Club 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, President 3, Science Club 2, 3, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Electronics Club 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team. ZOUSER, VIRGINIA-CAA 2, 4, Latin Club 3' PBX Operator 3, 4. IRAIG, SHIRLEY-CAA -1, Pep Club 3, COE 4. 7 REDLEBAUGH, PAUL REWS, CYNTHIA-French Club 2, 4, Future Medical Careers 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Student Sec- retary 4. ROOKE, CHRISTINE-Bourbon High School, ln- diana 3, GAA 3, JCOWA 3, Pep Club 4. RUZF., KEITH-Band 2, 3, Lab Assistant 3, 4. UPP, EDWARD-Football 2. YESTER, TOD-Gymnastics 3, Alpha-Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. AGC, SANDRA-Card Section 2, 3, Library Assist- ant 2, Student Secretary 4. ALIE, BERNADINE-Nettie Lee Roth High School 2, FBLA 3, Student Secretary 3. ALTON, JOYCE-CAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4. AMUTH, LYNN-.lulienne High School 2, Class Play 4, Future Medical Careers 4, Operetta 3, 4. ARBY, THOMAS-Basketball 3, Class Officer, President 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Homemakers 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity NF" Club 2, 3, 4. AVIS JR., ALEXANDER-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 2, French Club 3, Theta Hi-Y President 4, Secretary 3, JCOWA Treasurer 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. ff!! DAVIS, CAROL-Card Section 2, Class Play E CAA 2, JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, NFL 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. DAVIS, RICHARD-Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Latin Clu 2, Math Club F1-, Science Club 3, 4, Senic Scholarship Team 4. DAWSON, CAROL-Pep Club 2. DEIS, BRIAN-Hall Monitor 3, 4, Math Club 2, 2 4, Pep Club 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. DEIS, PETER-Lab Assistant 3, Photography Club I DELANEY, KAREN-Card Section 2, FBLA 2 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Baske ball 2, Intramural Manager 2, JCOWA 3, 4 Library Assistant 2, 3, Office Assistant 4, O1 eretta 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. DELCONTIVO, DINNY-Class Play 3, 4, Gamnf Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, JCOWA 4, Lab Assistal 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Torch and Keystone 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Team 4. DENLINGER, MARTIN-Debate 2, 3, 4, .ICOW 4, NFL 2, 3, 4. DENNIS, ,IAYNE-Lee Edwards High School, Norl Carolina 2, French Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 1 JCOWA 4, Y-Teens 3, PBX Operator 4 DETRICK, GENEVIEVE-Chorus 4, Future Mer cal Careers 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Student Seci tary -1-. DETRICK, JANET-Beavercreek High School I Y-Teens 3. DEUTSCH, BARBARA-Middletown High Schof New Jersey 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Student Seci tary 4. DIETERLE, GORDON-Chorus 2, 3, 4, ICOWA 1 Operetta 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3. DIETERLE, JOHN-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cross Count 2, 3, Gymnastics 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Sta, Crew 4, Track 2, 3, 4. DISALVO, THOMAS-Gamma Hi-Y 2, 4, Ma Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Science Club 4. DOLKOWSKI, MARCIA-Card Section 2, Futu Teachers 2, 3, 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, Intramui Manager 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4. DONSON, DIANE-Card Section 2, French Clw 2, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, GA 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Interscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, ,ICOWA 4, P Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Secretary 4. DRAKE, ROBERT-Band 2, French Club 2, .ICOVI 3, 4, Opcretta 2, Science Club 2, Senior Schl arship Team 4. RERUP, WILLIAM-Card Section 2, Gamma Hi-Y 4, Math Club 3, 413 Pep Club 3, 4, Science ' Club li. REXLER, LESLIE-Future Medical Careers -lg Future Teachers 2, 3, -lg CAA 2, 3, 4, Hall , Monitor Ig JCOWA -lg School Paper 3, Spanish l Club 3, Ll, Y-Teens 2. EARNHART, ANNA-Chorus Alig Class Play 3, GAA 21 Homcmakers 2, Junior Achievement fl, Pep Club l. EASTER, JAMES-Baseball 3, ,lg Hall Monitor -1-. EASTMAN, PAUL-Castle Heights M. A., Lebanon, Tennessee 2, Debate 3, JCOWA -lg NFL 3. SCKHARDT, DONNA-Carcl Section 23 Class Play 3: CAA 2, 3, JCOWA 3, fl, NFL 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3. llg School Paper -lag Spanish Club 3, 4. EDGINCTON, JEAN ZDWARDS, JERRY-Hall Monitor 3, Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, lg Pep Club 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity M1777 Club -l-. EDWARDS, PATRICIA-Future Medical Careers -lg GAA 2, 3, Future Teachers 2, IDWARDS, ROBERT-Baseball 2, 3, 43 Chorus 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity "Fw Club 3, 4, Youth for Christ 4. ILAM, ARTHUR-Stage Crew 4, Electronics Club 4. ,V if 'est 1:-W-1' W, 5 , mini if 523' Fairmont means HOW in thought and deed Loping Lobo eludcs an Eagle. Bells ring out as chorus rehearses Christmas progran Muslc IS essential to curriculum ELKINS, BARRY-Football 2, 3. ELLINGTON, RONALD-Chorus 4, School Papf 3, Youth for Christ 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. ELLIS, ANDREA-Chorus 4, FBLA 3, GAA 4 Operetta 4, Pep Club 4. ELLIS, CAROLYN-Card Section 2, Chorus 4 Future Medical Careers 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOW 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3. ELLIS, FRANCIS-Baseball 2, 3. EMMOTT, BARBARA-Future Teachers 2, 3, 1 Latin Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, EMMOTT, ELIZABETH-French Club 2, 3, 4, F ture Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1 GAA 2, 3, Intramural Manager 3, Lab A sistant 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, School Paper 1 Y-Teens 2. ENGLEMAN, VICKI-Future Medical Careers 2, 4, Homemakers 4, Pep Club 2, 4. ERIXON, RONALD-Hi-Y 4, Pep Club 4, Sta, Crew 3. ESPY, DIANNAH-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Future Medic Careers 2, GAA 2, 4, ICOWA 3, 4, Juni Achievement 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Student Sf retary 4. ESPY, DONNAH-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Future Medic Careers 2, 4, GAA 2, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, ,luni Achievement 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Gym Assi: ant 4. ESSELMAN, DOUGLAS-Kappa-Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 JCOWA 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Electronics C11 2, 3. Marching band gives Dragon fanfare. IVANS. RONALD-Band Class Play 3, lg Theta Ili-Y 3. 'li JCOWA 3, -lg Spanish Club 43 Senior Scholarship Team -l3 Tennis 2, 3, -l: Torch and Key stone 3, 43 Varsity HFM Club 2, 3, -l-. IWINCI, JOSEPH-Hall Monitor 43 Pep Club 4. 'ABEIL JUDY-Future Meclical Careers 3, -13 Hall Monitor 3, 43 Library Assistant 2g Pep Club 3. -l. ADELY, SUE-Future Teachers 3, 43 Future Medi- cal Careers 33 Hall Monitor 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Latin Club 23 Yearbook 4, Photo Indexg Wise Foolis Club 4g Senior Scholarship Team 4-3 Quill and Scroll 4. 'ANNING, JANE-GAA 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Interscholastic Tennis 2, 3, 43 JCOWA 4g Latin Club 23 Operetta 2, 33 Pep Club 43 Rhythm- ettes 2, 3g Spanish Club 3, 4. 'ARIOLL CARLA-Lices Scientifics d.Spallansam, Reggio E Italy 33 French Club 4g GAA 43 Pep Club -1-. AULKNER, DELBERTaLatin Club Ll. ENSEL, PHILLIP--Cross Country 2, 3, fl4Q Gym- nastics 3, 43 Alpha-Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 43 Senior Scholarship Team 43 Torch and Key- stone 3, -l, Vice-President 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Varsity 'F' Club 3.-1. ENTON, JANET-Cheerleader 2, 3, -lg French Club 2, 3, 43 CAA 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 33 Hornelnakers 43 ,TCOWA 43 Lab Assistant 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Rhythmettes 2g Torch and Keystone 4. ERCUSON, RICHARD-Visual Aids 2, 33 Wres- tling 23 Electronics Club 3. TQRREE, CARY-Band 23 Junior Achievement 33 Pep Club 4. ETTEHS. DARLENE-Hornemakers 2, 3, -lg Junior Achievement 3. ' - -- . . 5ggf5e,e.v,ffi' ' 'f fa: '. as '.'. rf my inf 'x -any Q '59- FIELDS, PATRICA-Operetta 2, Rhythmettes 2, E FINK, DOUGLAS-Class Officer, Vice-President 4 Football 2, Alpha-Phi Hi-Y, Sergeant at Arm 4, JCOWA 4. FIORITA, MICHAEL-Softball 3. FISHER, DAVID-Class Officer, Treasurer, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Hall Mon tor 4, Lab Assistant 3, Math Club 3, 4, Torc and Keystone 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captai -l-, Varsity HFv Club 2, 3, 4. FITZPATRICK, JOHN-Electronics Club 4. FLATTER, JOHN-Class Play 4, Cross Country 2 4, Football 2, Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplai 3, Social Chairman 4, NFL 4, Student Counc 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, President 4, Trac 2, 3, 4, Varsity NF77 Club 2, 3, 4. FLAVIN, CHARLES-Hall Monitor 4, Lab Assistar 3, Library Assistant 4, Math Club 4, Elem tronics Club 2, 3, 4. FLETCHER, CLYDE FLINN, CYNTHIA-Future Medical Careers, GA. 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Junior Achievemer 3, Latin Club 2. FLYNN, CHARLENE-GAA 2, Library Assistant . FLYNN, JOHN-Future Business Leaders 2, 3, 4 Golf 2, Lab Assistant 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Softball 2, 3, Stage Crew 3. FOSTER, DONALD-Football 2, Hall Monitor E Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, Wre tling 2, 3, 4. FOSTER, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Senior Schc arship Team 4, Student Council 3, 4, Vic President 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Varsiw uF', Club 3, 4. FOUKE, JUDlTHfBand 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Ca. tain 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Medic Careers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, I tramural Manager 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Yea book 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Quill and Scroll FOURTON, ROSLYN FRAME, CAROL-Bookstore 3, Class Play 3, 1 French Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, JCOWA 3, 1 Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, P1 Club 2, 3,4. FREEDERS, DIANNE-GAA 2, 4, Homemakers 4, Junior Achievement 3, Pep Club 3, 4. FRIEDLAND, STEVE Behearsing their lines for the Senior Class Play, J. B., are Brenda Stump and Bud Robeson. "Practice makes perfect" seniors' motto RICKE, OLIVER-Football 25 Hall Monitor 35 JCOWA 45 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2. RY, THOMAS ULS, RICHARD-Card Section 25 French Club 25 Latin Club 45 Wrestling 2, 4. JLTON, GLORIA-GAA 25 Homeniakers 2. AINES, SHIRLEY-Library Assistant 2. AMPHER, CAROL-Card Section 2, 35 French Club 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Interscholastic Volleyball 3, 45 Intramural Manager 45 JCOWA 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. XNTZ, GARY-Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 35 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Interscho- lastic Basketball 2, 3, 45 JCOWA 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Varsity UF7, Club. XULDIN, LINDA-Homemakers 2, 4. ZATTY, RICHARD-Baseball 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 45 Student Council 2, 45 Var- sity MFT, Club 3, 4. SBHART, VIRGINIA-Card Section 25 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 GAA 2, 3, 45 lnterscholastic Softball 25 Junior Achievement 25 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Rhythmettes 3, 45 Y-Teens 2. SEDINC, PATRICIA-French Club 45 Future Teachers 45 JCOWA 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4. ZORGE, AUGUST-Basketball 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Varsity "F" Club 3, 4. 3zw,,,,,.s",Q,-:,f,s.' c. .ya ww ,VA 1293? GEORGE, BEVERLY-Future Nurses 2, 3, 43g GA. 2, 3, 43 Operetta 43 Pep Club 43 Student Sei retary 4. GERESON, SUSAN-Chorus 2, 3g French Club l 3, 43 GAA 23 JCOWA 33 Junior Achievemel 23 NFL 43 Operetta 2, 33 Y-Teens 2. GIFFIN, JAMES-Band 2, 3, 43 Football 2. GILL, CHARLES-French Club 23 Alpha Phi Hi- 2, 43 Track 2. GODOWN, BONNIE-Bookstore 2g Chorus 43 GA 2, 3, 43 Intramural Manager 3, 43 JCOWA 3, I Operetta 43 Pep Club 3g Spanish Club 2, 3. GOODE, JAMES GOODPASTER, ROBERT-Wrestling 2. GORDON, BONNIE-Future Nurses 33 GAA 2, J Pep Club 43 Y-Teens 2. GOWANS, WILLIAM-Colonel White 23 Booksto 33 Gamma Hi-Y 3. GRAY, PATRICIA-Chorus 2, 3, 43 Class Play JCOWA 33 Operetta 2, 3, 4. GREEN, ELEANOR-GAA 23 Homemakers 33 .ll ior Achievement 2, 33 Student Secretary 4. GREEN, KATHRYN-Band 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3, GAA 2, 3, 43 Intramural Manager 3, 43 JCOV 3, 43 Junior Achievement 33 Yearbook Photographer3 Quill and Scroll 4. Sports help develop well rounded personalities Our hockey team exhibits the skill which left it victorious. flHl'ilXlAXN. VlClXl--lfuture Nurses 2. 3, -lg GAA 2, 3, -1: Hull Monitor 3, Interscholastic Basket- ball 3: lnterscllolastic Hockey 2, 3. -lg JCOWA -1: Pep Club -I: Student Secretary -l. QRIICRSON. KllCHlCl.l.lC 3Rll7l7l'l'll. JOHN 3l'S'l'Al"5ON, ,IAN---Hancl 2, 3, -l: Class Play -lg GAA -l: Pep Club -l-g Spanish Club 2. SUTH. 'l'H0lVIAS-FBLA 3. 3L"I'WlCIY, UANHCL iAClil'lli. WILLIANI-Cerman Club 2, 3, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, -l, Presiclent 3, Treasurer 4, Elec- tronics Club 2. 3. IACEDGN. PATRICIA-French Club -lg Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor -l: Inter-scholastic Basketball 2, 3, IHiCl'Sf'llOlilSliC Hockey 2, 3, -lg Intramural lVlan- ager -lg JCOWA 3. -l: Pep Club 3, -lg Torch ancl Key stone 3, l. JIAHN, DANIEL IAINES. JAMES-Perry High School, Georgia 2, 3. IARUWICK, ROSlfMAPtYfCAA 2, 3. IARLEY, MARY l,OUiLibrary Assistant 2, 35 Y-'llcens 2. lARLOW, GARY-Baseball 2, 35 Hall Monitor 45 Varsity MF" Club 3, 44. lARRIS, DANIELkJunior Achievement 45 Elec- tronics Club 4. lAHROLlJ, MICHAEL-Gymnastics 3, -lg Track 2, 3, lg Varsity H173 Club -1-. ARSHMAN, JUDITH-Band 2, 3, 4, Future Med- ical Careers 2, 3. -lg GAA 2, 3, 11-3 Interscholastic Softball 23 Pep Club -l. ART, NANCY-Band 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2, Secretaryg GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Honitor 4, Inter- scholastic Basketball 2, 3, lnterscholastic Hockey 2, 3, -lg lnterscholastic Softball 2, In- tramural Manager 3: Latin Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3, -1-g Pep Club 3. ASTINC, PAUL-Youth for Christ -lg Electronics Club 3, -1-. Peggy Knox and Doug Buvinger scan college catalogues before making that important choice. College catalogs and conferences . . . HASTINGS, DONALD-Chaminade High School 2 HATFIELD, MARY-Future Teachers 4, Latin Clu 2, Senior Scholarship Team 45 Yearbook 4 Girls, Sports Editor. HAWN, BETTY ANN-Card Section 2, Cheerleade 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, Gymnastics 2 Homemakers 4, Operetta 2, 33 Pep Club 2, E 4, Student Council 3. HEAD, WILLIAM-Hall Monitor 3. HEADRICK, ELLA-Card Section 33 Future Teacl ers 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch ali Keystone 3, 45 Wise Fools, Club 2, 3, 4. J HEATH, MARTHA-Future Medical Careers 2, a GAA 2. HEDGES, GAYLE-Chess Club 23 Chorus 2, 3, 4 GAA 2, Hall Monitor 4, Operetta 2, Youth fc Christ 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4. HELLER, FRED-Pensacola High School, Florida 2 Band 3, 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 4, Senix Scholarship Team 4, Youth for Christ 4, Ele tronics Club 4. HELMER, PAMELA-Debate 2, Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin Club 2. HELSER, GERALD-Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scienl Club 3, 4. , HENURICKS, WILLIAM-Lab Assistant 3, Stal Crew 2, 3, -l. 1 V HENRY, BARBARA--French Club 23 GAA 2, 3, L Hall Monitor 3, Junior Achievement 3, Seni Scholarship Team 4. A HERMETZ, MICHAEL-Baseball 2, 3, Hall Moni- tor 3. HIERRON, CAROLYN-Julienne High School 2, GAA 2, School Paper 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. HERTEL, GRANT-Robert E. Lee High School, Tyler, Texas 2, 3, Band 4, Spanish Club 4. SESS, JEAN-Debate 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, , CAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, NFL 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. TETZLER, RUSSELL-Football 2, Alpha-Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Pep Club 3, -1-. IEVVITT, PAMELA-GAA 2, Homernakers 2. IEWITT, RONALD-Baseball 2, 3, Junior Achieve- ment 3, Library Assistant 2. IICKS, KATHLEEN-Future Medical Careers 2, Jun- ior Achievement 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. IILD, RODNEY-Class Play 3, Cross Country 3, Gymnastics 4, Gamma Hi-Y 2, JCOWA 3, 4, Science Club 3, Ll, Track 2. FILL, JAMES-Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Track 2, Varsity "Fw Club 4. IILL, ROBERT-Lab Assistant 4, Electronics Club 4. IINKLEY, ANN-Card Section 3, Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Tennis 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 4, Intramural Manager 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4. . . . help seniors plan for the future Miss Ncumark, central unit counselor, helps Carolyn Ht-rron bridge gap between today and tomorrow. Qui- Rhythmettes are acclaimed "best ever" HINMAN, SANDRA-Chorus 25 Class Play 4, D bate 33 GAA 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, E NFL 3, Operetta 2, 3. HOCKETT, RICHARD-Lanier High School, Mor gomery, Alabama 2, 3g Torch and Keystone 3, HOEFLINGER, KATHLEEN-Card Section 33 GA 2, Spanish Club 4, Wise Fools 4. HOFFMAN, BARBARA-Belmont High School 5 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Homemakers 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4, Advertising Manager 4. HOFFMAN, LYNN!-French Club 2, 3, 4, Futu Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 43 Intf scholastic Basketball 33 JCOWA 4, Torch ai Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Head-Sectil Editor 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. HOLLIS, KATHLEEN-Chorus 2g Class Play Future Teachers 49 GAA 2, JCOWA 4, L Assistant 4, Operetta 2, 4, Quill and Scroll Rhythmettes 43 School Paper 3, 11-, Businf Manager 4. HOLLIS, WAYNE-Chess Club 4, Latin Club Spanish Club 3, 4. HOLMSTROM, ELAINE-FBLA 2, 3, GAA Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Y-Teens 2, HOUSER, REBECCA-Class Play 3, GAA 2, 3, Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyb 3, 4, Junior Achievement 2, NFL 2, 3. HOUSTON, JENNIFER-Band 2, Chorus 4, Cl. Play 3, 4, Future Medical Careers 3, 4, G! 3, NFL 3, 45 Operetta 4. HOWE, JOHN-French Club 4, Hall Monitor JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2. HUDDLESTON, JOSEPH-Band 2, 3, 4, Frer Club 3, 4, Lab Assistant 2, Math Club 4, P Club 4, Science Club 43 Senior Scholarsl Team 4. HUDEN, VICKY-GAA 2, 4, Homemakers 4, .lun- ior Achievement 3, 4. HUGHES, ROBERT--Cascade High School, Ohio 2, 3. HULSMAN, RICHARD-Beavercreek High School 2, Band 3, -1: Chorus -1, ,ICOWA 3, NFL 3, -l, Orchestra 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4. l l HUNTER, LOUISE-GAA 2, Pep Club 4. IUNTZINGER, JAMES-Band 2, 3, 4, Hall Moni- tor 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. IURLEY, PATRICIA-Future Medical Careers 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Senior Schol- arship Team 4, Student Secretary 4. IURT, CONSTANCE-Bookstore 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders 4, GAA 2, 3, Operetta 2, 4. IUTCHINSON, TIMOTHY-French Club 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. IUTCHISON, JERRY-Horace Maynard High School, Tennessee 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity "Fw Club 3, 4. AMISON, KENT-Junior Achievement 2, Lab As- sistant 4, Science Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Electronics Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4. ENNER, RICHARD OHNSON, KEITH-Band 2, 3, Card Section 2, Chorus 3, Cross Country 4, Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 4 Chaplain 4, JCOWA 4' Pe Club 2 3 4 9 l 7 P 9 7 S Varsity "FH Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. OHNSON, TERESE-Card Section 2, Future Medi- cal Careers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, School Paper 3, 4. OHNSON, TIMOTHY-Chorus 4, German Club 2, 3, Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 3, 4, Electronics Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4. OHNSON, WILLIAM-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Pep Club 4, Varsity MF" Club 3, 4. ONES, CHARLES-Hall Monitor 4. ONES, JUDITH-Future Teachers 4, NFL 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. ORDAN, DAVID-Band 2, 4, Junior Achievement 3, Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Science Club 3, Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. KAPPELER, JACK-Math Club 43 Science Club 43 Russian Club 4. KEISTER, MARTHA-Chorus 3, 43 Future Teachers 3, 43 GAA 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3 43 Pep Club 3. 4. KELLY, MICHAEL-Peru Central School, Peru, Nev York 3: Baseball el. KIDD, NIKITA-Chorus 23 GAA 2, 33 Gymnastic 23 Junior Achievement 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Al tendance Monitor 3. N KIGER, JOY4Card Section 23 French Club 23 Fd ture Teachers 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Gymnastics 21 Gym Assistant 43 lnterscholastic Softball 2, 3 KING, JACK-Baseball 23 Class Play 33 Football 2 3, 43 Hall Monitor 33 Science Club 3, 43 Studen Council 43 Varsity "F" Club 3, 4. KINGHAM, ART KIYGSBLRY, DAVID-Frackville High School Frackville, Pennsylvania 3. KINNARD, ROBERT--Chess Club 23 Class Play E 43 Theta Hi-Y 43 JCOWA 3, 43 Lab Assistar 43 Latin Club 23 Senior Scholarship Team 4 Wise Fools, Club 3, 4. KIRK, SHARON-Card Section 2, 33 Chorus 3 Class Play 33 Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, I Interscholastic Softball 2, 3, 43 JCOWA 3, Operetta 33 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Mer 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Student Council 3, 4 Student Secretary 3, 44g Torch and Keystone I 43 Yearbook 4. Beauty Section Editor 43 Gyl Assistant l. KIRSCH, CHRISTINE-Desert High School, E1 wards, California 33 Future Teachers 43 JCOW. 43 Pep Club 43 Spanish Club 4. KISSELL, DOUGLAS-Band 2, 3, 4g Class Office 2, Treasurer3 Class Play 33 French Club 2, 3, 1 Vice-President 33 Alpha-Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, View President 3, Treasurer 43 Pep Club 3, 4. KISTLER, ARTHUR-Pep Club 4. KLITCH, JUDITH-Future Medical Careers 2, 2 GAA 2, 3, 43 Interscholastic Softball 23 Intr mural Manager 3, 43 JCOWA 43 NFL 3, 43 Ps Club 43 Y-Teens 4. KNAPP, MICHAEL-Band 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3, 1 Office Assistant 43 JCOWA 43 Junior Achiev ment 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Senior Scholarsh Team 43 Torch and Keystone 3, 4. KNIESS, LEE-Football 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Trail 23 Varsity MF" Club 4. KNIGHT, JERRY KNOX, PEGGY-Future Medical Careers 23 Futui Teachers 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 JCOWA 4, Secretai 43 Latin Club 23 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4 Student Council 43 Torch and Keystone 3, 1 Yearbook 4, Academic Section Editor 43 Senic Scholarship Team -l. KNUPP, KAREN-GAA 2, JCOWA 3, Junior Achievement 4, Student Secretary -1-. KOCH. lJORlSfCAA 2. 3, -1: JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2: NFL 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Class Play el: Student llirector 4. KONICKI, CLIFFORD-Cross Country 2, 3, Stage Crew lg Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Ml?" Club 4. KONRAD, ROBERT-Football 2, German Club 3, 4, Track 2. KOS, ROBERT-Band 2, 3, -1, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club -1, Science Club 3, 4, Russian Club l. CRAJEWSKI, VOLKER-Basketball 2, Chorus 2, German Club 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Varsity "FW Club 2, 3, 4. KRATZER, BEVERLY-GAA 4, Pep Club 3, 4. KRAUS, TERRY KRUG, BARBARA-French Club 2, 4, Future Medi- cal Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Latin Club 2. CRYNZEL, DANIEL--Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball X 2, 3, 4, Card Section 3, Hall Monitor 4, Pep Club 3. KRZNARICH, GAIL-Sarasota High School, Sara- sota, Florida 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4. iUEHNER, CHERYL-Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. Native Spanish is imitated by Dave White and Carole Stull. Laboratory work adds variety to classes Donna Woodward gets help with homecoming poster from JCOWA president Dave McKenzie. Seniors' spirit is evident in everything KUHN, RODGER-French Club 2, Lab Assistan' 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4. KUHNERT, DORIS-Edgewater High School, Or lando, Florida 2, Future Teachers 2, 3, Home makers 4, ,lunior Red Cross 3. KIQXTZ. JAMES-Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity HF' Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. LAM, HERBERT LANE, JANET-FBLA 4, GAA 2, Pep Club 4 Y-Teens 2. LANGSTON, MARGARET-Band 2, 3, 4, GAA 2 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Clul 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Scienci Club 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Senior Schol arship Team LaRUE, JACQUELINE-Band 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4 Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2 Spanish Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4 LAURITO, JEFFREY-Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Cap tain 4: Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Tracl 2, 3, 4, Varsity HF" Club 3, 4. LAW. ELLEN LEE-Class Play 3, 4, French Clul 2, 3, 4, Future Medical Careers 4, GAA 2, 4 JCOWA 3, 4: ,lunior Achievement 3, 4, View President 3, NFL 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Schoo Paper -l, Wise Fools, Club 2, Senior Scholar ship Team 4. LAWRENCE, EDGAR-Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Presf dent 4. LEHMAN, ANN-Chorus 2, French Club 4, Futur Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, lnterscholasti Hockey 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, Lai Assistant 3, 4, Operetta 2, Pep Club 4, Tore: and Keystone 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Scholai ship Team 4. LEITER. SHARON M.--Chorus 2, 3, 4, Futur Medical Careers 3, GAA 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3. JCOWA members participated whole- heartedly in UN Week. hey did. EITER, SHARON S.-Future Medical Careers 25 Junior Red Cross 2: Spanish Club 2: Wise Fools, Club 3g COE 4. ISTON, SUSAN-Chorus 2, French Club 2, 3, FBLA 4, Future Teachers 35 GAA 2, JCOWA 3, 43 Junior Achievement 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ITTLF, MICHAEL-Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Science Club rl: Electronics Club 3, 4. OBO, DAVID-Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity HF" Club 2, 3, 4. HESCH. LARRY-Baseball 2, 3, 4. DHMANN, RONALD-Fairview High School 2, 3. DNC, SHIRLEY-Homemakers 45 Pep Club 4. JNCMAN, ROBERT-Gamma Hi-Y 2, Basketball 2, 3. JOKABAUCH, ROBERT-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 'lg Electronics Club 4. JTTER, ROBERT JW. THOMAS JWE, DONALD-Band 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, French Club 2. LUCAS, NANCY-Burbank High School, Californi 3, French Club 4, Future Medical Careers 4 GAA 4, Homemakers 4, Pep Club bl, Studei Secretary 4. LUKEN, RANDY-FBLA 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Alpl Phi Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Achievement 2, Stag Crew LUNDERMAN, JACK-Hall Monitor 3, 4, Thet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, JCOWA 4. LYNCH, CATHERINE-Carcl Section 2, Chorus 4 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Presidei 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball f 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, - MADDEN, TERRY-Shawnee-Mission Fast, Kansa City, Kansas 2, Cross Country 3, Track 3, 4. MADDEN, WILLIAM-Basketball 3, 4, Manager Q 4, German Club 3, 4, Theta Hi-Y 3, 4, Lati Club 2, NFL 3, 4, Science Club 3, Torch an Keystone 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Manager, Varsit "Fw Club 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. MAEDER, MICHAEL-Card Section 3, Golf 2, L: Assistant 3, Pep Club 3, Varsity MFU Club 3, 4, Wrestlirig 2, 3, 4. MAGILL, LARRY MALONE, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4, German Clt 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Basketball 3, Math Club 3, 4 Operetta 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer -' Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Senior Scholarsh Team 4. MANLEY, MICHAEL-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, - Wrestling 3, 4, Electronics Club 4. MARDIS, MICHAEL-Library Assistant 2. MARSHALL, CHARLES-Baseball 3, Manager J Class Play 3, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice Pre: dent 4, Science Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Senil Scholarship Team 4. MARSHALL, DONALD-Band 2, 3, 4, Lab Assi ant 4. MARTIN, IRWIN-Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Hall Monitor 4, Operetta 3. MASTERS, CHARLES MATTHEWS, DIANNE-Chorus 4, Future Medi Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, Operetta 3, 4, Ye book 4, Senior Section Editor 4, Main Off Assistant 4. MAXIE. DENNIS MCCARTHY, THOMAS-Greenbrier Military Scho W. Virginia 3, Theta Hi-Y 2, 4, JCOWA Spanish Club 2, Stage Crew 4. Spending spare time in a traditional spot gives seniors a lift. Some memories can never be forgotten TCCLANAHAN, BETTY-Future Medical Careers 2, German Club 3, 4. TCCOY, GERALD-Pep Club 3, Track 3, 4. TCEVOY, JAMES-Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ICFARLAND, CARL-Shawnee High School, Shaw- nee Mission, Kansas 2, Class Play 3, Debate 4, NFL 3, 4. ICCRAW, CHARLES-Centerville High School 2, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, JCOWA 4, Spanish Club 3. ICKENZIE. DAVID-Cross Country 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, President 4, Lab Assistant 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Stage Crew 3, Track 2, 3, Varsity 'LF7' Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. TCSHERRY, JOHN-Gymnastics 2, Operetta 2. ICSHEBRY, WILLIAM-Kappa Beta 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Science Club 4, Soft- ball 3, -leg Spanish Club 2, 3. lEADE, SHIRLEY-Belniont High School 2, Chorus 3, 4, Homeniakers 3, 4. HEADOWS, WAYNE-Chess Club 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3. IELVILLE, PATRICIA MERZ, THOMAS-Science Club 3, 4, Spanish Clul 3, 4, Varsity 'Tn Club 3, 4. MESARVEY, KEITH-FBLA 3, Hall Monitor 3 Gamma Hi-Y 2. METZ, THOMAS-Class Play 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 Varsity 'GF7' Club 3, 4. MEYERS, ARNETTE-Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4 Student Secretary 4, FBLA 4, Yearbook 4 Sophomore Section Editor 4. MEYERS, RICHARD-Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4. MICHAEL, BARBARA-Chorus 2, FBLA 4, Futur Medical Careers 2, CAA 2, 3, Student Secre tary 4. MIKESELL, EDW-ARD-Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4 Science Club 4. MILLARD, JOHN-Class Play 3, Gamma Hi-Y 2 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Track 2, Wis Fools, Club 3, 4. MILLER, ANTOINETTE-Rogers High School, Ohi 2, Chorus 2, 4, Class Play 4, FBLA 4, ICOWI 4, Operetta 2, 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 2 MILLER, CLARENCE-Football 2, Track 2, 3, 4 Varsity 'GF7' Club 3, 4. MILLER, JOYCE-,Iulienne High School 2, COE 4 Class Play 4, FBLA 2, Future Medical Careel 4, Operetta 3, 4. MILLER, LANCE-Cross Country 2, 3, Alpha Pl Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 4. Seniors prepare for future careers Commercial students use electric typewriters to further secretarial skills. VIILLER, MARTHA-Chorus 2, Hall Monitor 3, Operetta 2, Pep Club 4, Yearbook 4, Photo Sales. VIILLER, RAYMONDiCross Country 2, 3, Cym- nastics 4. MIILLER, RICHARD-Hall Monitor 4. JIILLFR, SUSAN-FBLA 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Operetta 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, Student Secretary 4. HILLER, VICKI-Card Section 2, GAA 2, 3, Junior , Achievement 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish l Club 3, 4. VIITCHELL, MYRON-Baseball 2, Football 2, Pep 1 Club 4, Varsity 'SFU Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. fIOLINE, DALE-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Card Section 3, Class Play 4, French Club 2, JCOWA 4, Lab Assistant 4, Math Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Varsity MF" Club 2, 3, 4. fIONINGER, CAROLYN-Card Section 2, Chorus 2, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. 'IO0RE, DONALD-Class Officer 2, Vice President, Football 2, 4, Hi-Y 4, Lab Assistant 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Stage Crew 4. TOORE, CARY-Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 4, Treasurer, Track 2, 3, Varsity MF" Club 2, 3, 4. HOORF, JAMES-Gymnastics 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. flOORF,, KATHLEEN-Operetta 4. IOORE, VIRGINIA-Chorus 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, interscholastic Hockey 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. IOREN, BARBARA-Central High School, Minne- sota 2, Class Play 3, Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2. IORITZ, KATHRYN-Card Section 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Class Officer 4, Social Chair- man, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Vice-president'4, Lab Assistant 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 2, 3, Senior Scholarship 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. TOSS, TIMOTHY-Lab Assistant 3. TOTE, THOMAS-Lab Assistant 2, 3. IULLINS, PEGGY-Chorus 4, FBLA 4, Student Secretary 3, 4. Q. An active JCOWA chapter discusses current events. Dragon campus is always busy . . . MUSSELMAN, RONALD NANNI, CHERYL-French Club 2, 3, 4, Futu: Medical Careers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4 Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. NEAD, BARBARA-Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4 German Club 3, 4, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Torc and Keystone 3, 4. NEFF, LINDA-Homemakers 2, 4, Library A sistant 3, 4. NEWLIN, NANCY-French Club 3, 4, Futu Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, -1-, JCOWA 4, Lat Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. NEYHOUSE, DOROTHYfFrench Club 2, 3, 4, F ture Medical Careers 2. 71: CAA 2, 3, 4, Cyr nastics 2, Intramural Manager 3, 4, Junior Re Cross sl, Math Club 4: Orchestra -1, Torch ar Keystone 3, 4. NISHIMURA, SUSAN-Chorus 4, French Club l Future Medical Careers 2, Future Teachers 3, N CAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Pep Club 3. NORRIS, KENNETH--Band 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, NOYES, BARBARA-Homemakers 2, 4, Pep Cl' 4, Y-Teens 4. O'BANION, SHARON-FBLA 4. ODOM, DONNA-Card Section 2, Class Play i French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, JCOWA 4, Lz Assistant 4, Latin Club 2, Library Assistant I Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2,3. OISHI, MARLENE--French Club 2, Future Medic Careers 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Pep C11 2, Yearbook 4, Art Editor 4. PNDRE, LINDA-Future Medical Careers 4, GAA 2, 3, COE 4, NFL 3, 4. VNEIL, JILL-Card Section 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. POSTING, ELIZABETH-Card Section 2, 3, Chorus 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Homemakers 4, JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 4, Pep Club 2, 3. PSBURN, KATHRYN PSSEGE, JEAN VSHEA, DON-Madison High School, Trotwood 2, 3. lSTERLOH, LINDA-GAA 2, Homemakers 2, 3, 4, N Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Student Secretary 4. PWENS, CHARLOTTE-French Club 4, GAA 4, Homemakers 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, lst Lieutenant 4, Student Secretary 4. 'AlST, ANNE-Alameda High School, Alameda, California 2, 3, Class Play 4, French Club 4, Youth for Christ 4, Y-Teens 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. ARKS, BARRY-Kappa Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chap- lain 3, Secretary 4, Youth for Christ 3, 4, Pub- licity Chairman 4. ATON, PEGGY-Rome Free Academy, Rome, New York 2. .. EASE. JIM-Kappa Beta Hi-Y, Pep Club 4, Science Club 4, Spanish Club 4. . . . before and after classes Seniors take a well-deserved break between classes. Our library serves as a source of learning and recreation. Students put extra time to good use q es,, ,,r.e, PEENO, HELEN-Chorus -lg Future Medical Caree 23 Homemakers 2, 3, Junior Achievement 3, 1 Pep Club 2, 3, PEMBERTON, RALPH-Lab Assistant 4, Ele tronics Club 2. PENLEY, ROGER4German Club 2, 33 Math Cll -lg Science Club 2. PENQUITE, JACQUELINE-Card Section 25 Clz Play 4, Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Operetta 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Yee book 4, Assistant Head-Section Editor, Y-Teens PEPPER, KENNETH PERDUE, BARBARA-Future Business Leaders GAA 2, 4, Y-Teens 3. l PERDUE, JANIS SUE-Future Business Leaders GAA 2, 43 Y-Teens 2. 1 PERKINS, SANDRA ANN PESTER, KAREN-Future Business Leaders 43 GA 2, 3, 45 Student Secretary 4. PETERSON, CHARLES-Gamma Hi-Y 2, Pep Cl' 2, Wrestling 2, 3. PEYTON, CHARLOTTE--Future Business Leadf 3, GAA 25 Pep Club 2, 3. PHILLIPS, JEFFERY-Wilbur Wright 33 Bask ball 3. 'ILSON, ROBERT-Chorus 2, 4. 'OBST, NANCY-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Class Play 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Future Teachers 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Pep Club 2. 'OFFENBERCER DAVE-Vandalia-Butler High School 2, 3. 'RlClf., CAROLYN-Card Section 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interscholastic Tennis 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Russian Club 4. 'RICE, GARYfBand 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. 'ROUTY, ROBERT-Xenia High School 2, 3. 'UCKETT, BEVERLYwClass Play 3, 4, GAA 2, JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Assistant 4, Science Club 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Youth for Christ 4, Wise Fools' Club 3. 'UTERP-AUGH, RALPH-Gymnastics 3, 4. PUIGLEY, PATRICIA-GAA 2, 3, Interscholastic Volleyball 2. LABOLD, SCOTTE-Card Section 2, French Club 2, GAA 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. lADER, TOM-Band 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4, Operetta 4, Varsity NFH Club 4. AINES, TONI-Future Teachers 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. AMALEY, SUSAN-French Club 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Warrant Officer 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. AUSCH, PATTYEaCard Section 2, Class Play 3, French Club 3, GAA 2, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Math Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Op- eretta 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. EADEY, JAMES-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Card Section 3, Class Officer 4, President, Class Play 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Varsity MP7, Club 3, 4. EADEY, JOHN-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Card Section 3, Golf 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, President -l: Track 3, al-, Var- sity HF" Club 3, 4. EIDY, ROBERT-COE 4. EINICKE, WILLIAM--Card Section 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Varsity NEW Club 2, 3, 4. f""f!v if C11-5. RESH, MARIANNE-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Clas Play 3, French Club 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOW. 3, Lab Assistant 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Orchestl 4, Operetta 4, Intramural Manager 4, Senic Scholarship Team 4. REYNOLDS, LARRY RIBAS, VICTORIA-Bookstore 2, Chorus 4, Futui Medical Careers Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, lr tramural Manager 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Operetta 4 Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. RICHARDSON, CAROL-Cheerleader 3, 4, Cla. Officer 4, Secretary 4, Future Medical Caree: 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Clt 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2. RIDENOUR, JOAN-Future Teachers 4, CAA 2, r 4, Intramural Manager 4, JCOWA 4, Pep Clu 2, 3. RIFF EL, HERBERT-Card Section 3, Alpha Pl Hi-Y 4, Pep Club 3. RIKE, DOUGLAS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4. RITTENHOUSE, JOYCE-Cedar Cliff High, Pen' sylvania 2, Card Section 3, French Club E Future Teachers 3, 4, Social Chairman 4 JCOWA 3, Latin Club 2, School Paper 4, Tort and Keystone 2, 3, Wise Fool7s Club 2, 3, Senif Scholarship Team 4. RITTER, JOHN-Baseball 2, Pep Club 3. RTX, BARRY-Oakwood High 2, 3, Baseball 2, E Chorus 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3. ROBERTS, GLORIA-FBLA 4, Homemakers 2, Pc Club 4. ROBERTSON, PHILLIP-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cro Country 2, French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, The Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, JCOWA 4, L2 Assistant 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Science Club 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Track 2, Varsity "FU Club 4 Senior Scholarship Team 4. ROBESON, FRANKLIN-Class Officer 3, Vice Pre ident 3, Class Play 3, 4, Football 2, 3, JCOW 4, NFL 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council I Torch and Keystone 2, 3, Track 2 , Varsity "I Club 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. ROBINETT, GARLAND-Bell High School, Be California 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Photograpl Club 4. ROBISON, DANIEL-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Card Sf tion 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Pep Cll 2, 3, 4, Varsity HF" Club 2, 3, 4. ROGERS, ,TAQUATA-Xenia High School 2. ROSSITER, ERICK-Spanish Club 2, 4. ROWE, RONALD-Pep Club 4, Science Club 3. OWLAND, MARGARET-Card Section 2g Cheer- 3 leader 2, 33 Chorus 33 French Club 23 GAA 2, 33 lnterscholastic Tennis 23 Operetta 33 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. OWLAND, VEDA-French Club 2, 33 GAA 2, 3, 43 Homemakers 43 Interscholastic Volleyball 43 JCOWA 3, 43 Pep Club 2g Senior Scholarship Team 43 Yearbook 4, Junior Section Editor, Secretary 43 Youth for Christ 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 43 Russian Club 43 Quill and Scroll 4. OYSTON, JAMES-Wilbur Wright 2. LUBIN, BARBARA-Band 2, 3, 43 Class Play 43 Future Teachers 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Interscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 43 Interscholastic Softball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Manager 33 JCOWA 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Science Club 2, 33 Senior Scholarship Team 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President 3. UHLMAN, DONALD-Basketball 23 Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Photography Club 23 Wrestling 2. USSELL, SHEILA-Band 23 CAA 2, 33 Home- makers -13 JCOWA 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3. UTHERFORD, VIRGINIA-FBLA 3g GAA 2. ALYER, SANDRA-Class Play 43 French Club 33 FBLA 23 GAA 33 Hall Monitor 43 Homemakers 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ALYERS, DELANE-Band 2, 33 GAA 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3. ANTURBANE, VINCENT-Burges High School, El Paso, Texas 2, 33 Baseball 4. AUER, DAVID-Card Section 33 Gamma Hi-Y 23 l Pep Club 3g Science Club 4. N AUNDERS, PETER-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 43 Soft- ball 2. i" M Seniors live each moment to its fullest Homecomers wore mark of distinction. Seniors heap lumber high in preparation for the season's first bonfire. Fuirmontonians are enthusiastic one SCHAAF, ANNA MARIE-Homemakers 2, 45 Juni Achievement 35 Student Secretary 4. SCHAEFER, RICHARD-Math Club 3, 4, Scien Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Track 2, 3, 4, V: sity HF7' Club 2, 3, 4. SCHAFFER, DAVID-German Club 3, 4, JCOTX 3, Math Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Seni Scholarship Team 4. SCHARDT, MICHAEL-Football 2, 3, 4, Alpha-P Hi-Y 4, Pep Club 4, Track 2, Varsity HIP, Cl 3, 4. SCHILLING, DONALD-Lab Assistant 4. SCHNEIDER, ROGER-Pep Club 4. SCHNEIDER, RONALD C.-French Club 3, 4, .ll ior Achievement 3, Library Assistant 4, El tronics Club 3. SCHOEN, NANCY-GAA 2, 33 Pep Club 3, 4. SCHWELLER, RITA-GAA 3, 43 Operetta Rhythmettes 2, Student Secretary 4. SCHWOB, GARY SCHWOEBEL, JAMES--Notre Dame High Sch' Portsmouth, Ohio 2g Yearbook 3, 4, Editor Chief 4, Quill and Scroll 4. SCOTT, CARY-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Varsity MFT' Club 3, biles overflow as seniors discuss the ly's happenings. iriendly EBERT, JAMES-Linden McKinley High School, Columbus, Ohio 2, 33 Chess Club 43 Latin Club 43 Math Club EITZ, RANDALL-Football 43 Stage Crew 4. ZLZ, ANDREA-French Club 23 GAA 23 Hall Monitor 41. 'lADOW'ENS, CAROLYN-Wfest Carrollton High School 23 Chorus 4. JIAFFER, CAROLYN--French Club 3, 43 Future Medical Careers 2, 43 GAA 3, 43 lnterscholastic Volleyball 43 Intramural Manager 43 Latin Club 23 Pep Club 2. FIAFFER, JAMES-Baseball 23 Cross Country 3, 43 Alpha-Phi Hi-Y 43 JCOWA 43 Track 3, 4. HATZER, GEORGE HAW, PEGGY-Chorus 23 Class Play 33 Debate 33 GAA 2g Junior Achievement 23 Lab Assistant 43 Latin Club 43 NFL 33 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Scholarship Team 43 Spanish Club 2, 3. HAWVER, NANCY-Chorus 43 Future Medical Careers 33 GAA 3, 43 Hall Monitor 3. JELLEY, CRAIG-Stage Crew 4. IERMAN, SALLY-Chorus 43 Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Intramural Man- ager 3, 43 School Paper 4. JIINN, BARBARA-Chorus 43 CAA 3, 43 Op- eretta 4. L H---Iv' SHIPLEY, JACQUELINE-,Iulienne High School l FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, Secl tary 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, NFL 2, P4 Club 3, 4. SHORT, WILLIAM-COE 4. SHUE, JACQUELYN-COE 4, Future Teachers 3, GAA 2, 3, Intramural Manager 3, Libra Assistant 2. SIKES, SHERRY-Class Play 3, 4, FBLA 3, Futui Medical Careers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Junior Achiev ment 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4. SIEGFBIED, RITA-Julienne High School 2, 3, Fw ture Medical Careers 4, Homemakers 3. SILLERY, RUTH-CAA 2, 3, Homemakers 2, Lz Assistant 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4. SIMMERMAN, JAMIE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, French Clu 3, 4, GAA 2, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club . 3, 4, Bhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Second Sergeant 1 SIZER, SANDRA-Class Play 4, Future Teachers , 3, 4, Vice President 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, Intr mural Manager 3, 4, Junior Achievement 4 Latin Club 2, 3, Operetta 3, 4, Senior Schola ship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Yea book 4, Organizations Editor 4, Y-Teens 3, A President 4, Quill and Scroll 4. SLOAN, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, E Hall Monitor 3, 4, Softball 2, 3. SMITH, BENNETT-French Club 2, ,ICOWA 3, 1 Pep Club 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. SMITH, CHERYL-French Club 3, 4, GAA 2, y Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. SMITH, SHIRLEY--Homemakers 2, Youth f Christ 3, 4. SNYDER, CHARLOTTE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Plz 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, L: Assistant 3, NFL 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 1 Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Second Lieutenant 4. SOMERWILL, LARRY-French Club 3, Gymnasti 3, Kappa Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Electronics Club SONES, DARLENE--Card Section 3, French C11 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Latin Cll 2, School Paper 4, Wise Fools' Club 2, 3, 4. SPICER, BARBARA-Stebbins High School 2, 3. SPICKA, DOUGLAS--Card Section 3, Cross Count 2, Gymnastics 3, ,ICOWA 4, Theta Hi-Y Track 2. SPITLER, JEAN-Class Play 4, Future Businf Leaders 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager I JCOWA 4. , tall. High school "men" are sometimes little boys grown Fun and friendships will live forever SPIVEY, LAWRENCE E. SQUIRES, JANE-Centerville High School, Center- ville 2, 35 Band 45 French Club 45 JCOWA 45 Junior Achievement 45 Pep Club 4. STACHLER, MICHAEL-Card Section 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3. STAHL, MICHAEL-Chaminade High School 25 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Science Club 45 Wrestling 3, 4. STAPLETON, BARBARA--Card Section 2, 35 French Club 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics 25 Intramural Manager 35 JCOWA 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Rhythmettes 45 Year- book 45 GAA Board 3, 45 Student Secretary 45 Quill and Scroll 4. STAUP, LINDA-Card Section 25 French Club 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Homemakers 2, 35 JCOWA 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 School Paper 4. STEMMLER, PAULA-GAA 25 German Club 35 COE 4. STEPHENS, GRETCHEN-Card Section 25 Chorus 25 French Club 2, 45 Future Medical Careers 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 JCOWA 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. STORY, JERRY STUCK, THOMAS-Band 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Junior Achievement 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. STULL, CAROLE-Future Medical Careers 25 Fu- ture Teachers 2, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 lnterscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 45 JCOWA 45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 4-5 Spanish Club 3, 45 Torch and Keystone 3, 4. STUMP, BRENDA-Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class Play 45 French Club 25 GAA 2, 35 NFL 2, 3, 45 Op- eretta 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Rhythmettes 2, 3. STUHTEVANT, EVELYN-French Club 3, 4, GA! 2, 33 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3. STURTEVANT, MARY-Card Section 2, 3, Frencl Club 3, Ll, GAA 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Intel scholastic Basketball 3, 43 Latin Club 25 Pei Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. SWAFFORD, VVANDA-Homemalcers 2, 4. SVVARTZEL, BARBARA-Future Medical Career 2, 3, V1-g GAA 2, Library Assistant 2, Studen Secretary -1. SWIGEART, LINDA-Band 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 4 JCOWA 3, -1, Lab Assistant 33 Science Club 4 Senior Scholarship Team 43 Torch and Keyston 3.41. SWINK, PATRICIA-Future Medical Careers 2, 3 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Interschoiastic Tennis 2, 3, 4 Intramural Manager 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3 Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Key stone 3, 4. TATE, BRYAN-Science Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4 Student Council 3. TATE, TERRY-Card Section 33 JCOWA 4, Pei Club 4. TAYLOR, CONSTANCE-GAA 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3 Spanish Club 2. THACKER, SYLVIA-Homemakers 2, 4. THEISS, CLAIRE-Chorus 3, 43 Class Play 3, 4 Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 43 JCOWA 3 Junior Achievement 2, Latin Club 2, NFL 3, 4 Operetta 3, 4, Pep Club 3. THOMAS, THOMAS-Electronics Club 2. Familiar sights recall fond memories Perfect end to a perfect day. PHOMASON, RICHARD-Band 2, 3, 4. TOMLIN, BARBARA-COE -1. fOPIAH, ROBERT 'ORLEY, LOTS-Orange High School, Cleveland, Ohio 2, French Club 3, Future Teachers 4, GAA 3, 4, Homemakers 4, Interscholastic Vol- leyball 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4. ROUT, GEORGE-Bethel High School, Pennsyl- vania 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Lab Assistant 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Varsity 4'F', Club 3, 4, Visual Aids 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 4. RUE, JAMES-Baseball 2, Science Club 3, 4. RUESDALE, MELINDA ILM, DAVID-Math Club 4. TCKERS, PHYLLIS-French Club 2, FBLA 2, CAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 3, 4, Rus- sian Club -1-, Student Secretary 4. 'IRELLL MICHAEL-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Card Sec- tion 3, Football 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Electronics Club 2, 3, 4. OCT, SUZANNE-Band 2, Card Section 3, Future Medical Careers 4, CAA 2, 3, 4, Board of Di- rectors 3, 4, President 4, Interscholastic Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Hockey 3, 4, In- tramural Manager 2, 3, Lab Assistant 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4. OLLMAN, IRENF.-Chorus 2, Class Play 3, 4, Houiemakers 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 4. OLLRATH, KENNETH-Gamma Hi-Y 2. YSZFNSKI, DIANN-Chorus 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, FBLA 3, NFL 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Pep Club 3, Office Assistant 4. 'ADE, JOHN-Wrestling 2, 3. 'ALKER, ETHAN-Class Play 4, Football 2, JCOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Wise Fools' Club 4. 'ALLACE, KENNETH-JCOWA 4, Junior Achieve- ment 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. ALLACE, VELVA-Belmont High School 2, Chorus 3, 4. ' Office assistants Ann Hinkley, Dianne Matthews, and Barbara Weaver lighten secretaries' work. Essential service to school . . . WALLER, LINDA-Debate 3, 45 Future Teachei 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Inte scholastic Tennis 2, 35 Interscholastic Volleyba 2, 3, 45 Intramural Manager 35 ICOWA 3, 4 Latin Club 25 NFL 3, 45 Torch and Keystor 3, 45 Gym Assistant 45 Senior Scholarshi Team 4. WALTER, WILLIAM-Pep Club 45 Science Clu 3, 45 Track 25 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. WALTERS, CYNTHIA-Card Section 25 Futul Teachers 45 GAA 2, 45 ,ICOWA 3, 45 NFL 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WATERS, KATHLEEN-Shawnee High School, Lin 2, 35 GAA 45 Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 4. WATSON, WILLIAM--Lab Assistant 35 Quill an Scroll 45 Torch and Keystone 3, 45 Track 2, I 45 Var-sity MF" Club 45 Senior Scholarship Tea 45 Yearbook 3, 4, Associate Editor 4. WEAVER, BARBARA-French Club 25 GAA 2, 45 Homemakers 2, 3, 45 Intramural Manag 3, 45 Russian Club 45 Mimeograph Operator WEBB, MARY ,IO-Card Section 35 French Clu 2, 35 GAA 2, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Y-Teens I French Club 2, Secretary 2. WEBB, THOMAS WEBER, GERHARD-German Club 35 ,I unio Achievement 45 Track 25 Varsity NF" Club 3, 1 Wrestling 3, 4. WEFLER, GIL-CAA 35 Homemakers 2, 3, JCOWA 45 Yearbook 4, Photo Sales 4. WEISMAN, MARGARET-Chorus 25 GAA 2, Interscholastic Volleyball 35 JCOWA 45 C eretta 25 Wise Fools' Club 2, 35 COE 4. WEISMAN, MARY-Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 G! 2, 3, 45 Intramural Manager 45 ,ICOWA 3, Spanish Club 25 Russian Club 4. EIST, WILLIAM-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Football 2, , German Club 2, 3, Lab Assistant, Math Club l 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Electronics Club 2, 3. WELLER, DARLENE-Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, French Club 3, 4, Future Medical Careers 4, Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, 4, JCOWA 4, eretta 2, 3, 4. WELLS, BEVERLY-Future Medical Careers 3, 4, CEA? 3, JCOWA 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Wise Fools, lu 4. WELLS, JILL-GAA 3, 4, Homemakers 2, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Pep Club 4. WERNER, ROBERT-German Club 2, Pep Club 4. WESSENDORF, GUDRUN-French Club 4,Transfer from Hanover, Germany, senior year. WEST, JAMES-FBLA 4. WEST, JOYCE-GAA 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, -1-, Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Third Corporal 3, Cadet Captain 4. WETZ, JANEiChorus 2, 3, 4, Future Medical Ca- reers 4, GAA 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, JCOWA 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Rhythmettes 3. UVHITACRE, SANDRA-FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. WHITE, DAVID-Football 2, Spanish Club 3. WHITE, JANICE-Card Section 3, Future Medical Careers 2, GAA 2, Orchestra 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, COE 4. . . . provided by helpful students "You'd better have that hall pass!" l A rapid change of books takes place between classes. Halls reverberate with friendly laughter WHITESIDE, ELEANOR-Band 2, 3, 43 GAA 2 3, 43 .ICOWA 33 Latin Club 23 Pep Club 2 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Senio Scholarship Team 4. WHITFIELD, CAROL-Future Teachers 2, 3, 4 GAA 2, 33 Latin Club 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Schoo Paper 4. WHITING, WAYNE-Hall Monitor 43 Lab Assist ant 33 Wrestling 3. WHITTLES, IONI-Future Medical Careers 2, 4i GAA 2, 3, 43 lnterscholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4 lnterscholastic Softball Manager 3g Intramur Manager 33 ,ICOWA 43 Latin Club 2g Pep Clu 2, 3. I WICKLUND, LLOYD-Junior Achievement 2, 3, Ll WILKINS, JEROME-Hi-Y 43 Math Club 43 PeE Club 43 Science Club 43 Electronics Club 4. l WILLIAMS, KENNETH I WILLIAMS, SANDRA-Class Play 33 Homemaker. 23 Junior Achievement 33 Library Assistant 4 COE 43 PBX Operator 3. WILSON, BARTONwChess Club 2, 33 Chorus 2, E 43 French Club 3, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Operett 2, 3, 4. WILSON, JAMES-Chorus 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3. WINKLE, EDWIN-Chorus 43 Homemakers 43 Up eretta -1-3 Youth for Christ 2, 3, 4. WIRTZ, MARILYN WITHROW, CALVIN-Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Alpha-Phi Hi-Y 2, Pep Club 4, Track 2, Varsity MFI' Club 2, 3, 4. WITT, DAVID-Cross Country 2, 3, Lab Assistant 3, -1-, Electronics Club 2, 3, -1-, President 4. WOGAMAN, GEORGIA-Card Section 2, Chorus 2, Class Play 3, 4, GAA 2, NFL 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, fl, Pep Club 3. WOLFF., JAMES-Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Lab As- sistant 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. WOLFE, SUSAN-Belmont High School 2, 3, FBLA 4, Hall Monitor 3, Student Secretary 4. WOLFE, VIRGINIA-Troy High School 2, Chorus 3, Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Homemakers 4, Junior Achievement 4, Op- eretta 3. l WOOD, DONNA-Band 2, 3, Future Medical Ca- reers 2, 3, Junior Achievement 3. WOODWARD, DONNA-Card Section 2, 3, Cheer- leader 4, Chorus 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Secre- tary, GAA 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Interscholastic Hockey 2, 3, 4, NFL 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Operetta 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, President 4. WOOLEY, JUDY-Kiser High School 3. WORKMAN, PAULA-Card Section 2, French Club 2, Future Medical Careers 2, 3, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Student Secretary 4. WRIGHT, CHARLES WYNN, TIMOTHY-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 4. YOUNG, ROSEMARY-Class Play 3, 4, Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Student Secretary 4. ZIPF, ,IANIS-Card Section 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, ,ICOWA 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4, Torch and Key- stone 3, 4, Treasurer 4. IOHN CARNEVALE MALACHY FOLEY BONNIE DAVIS DONNA FRS MAN HUGH mu Aww 1 Juniors wwf' ,X J' Q 04. 0 O 3 gil' QLVWV 4 I is U W M 9 'Y m 4 'gf "' l 1 E3 ff' ,f" O ls' X 4-Gr, 0+ FRING, w O Y 1 flew , iq, .1 ' .ff LASS OFFICERS: Rlfllllf Wvlvll. treusurf-r: Marilyn King. Sl'l'l't'l2lI'fZ Glnriu Howl'-, slwial clmuirnmzm: Flew Lowa-ry. xi:-c-'presifhnl arkin Allen. prf-sirlelmt. Juniors 'mf Q M... Abernathy, Boliert Adams, Jeanne Adkins, Nancy Airhart. lliane Ale-shire, Roxanne Allen, ,lean Allen, Larkin Alspavh, Cathy Anderson. Andrea Andres, Yaney And rews, Janet Antrolrus, Helen Appenzeller, Lynn Apple, Donna Arnold. ,luanita Arnold. Sharon Ash, lXlif'l1Cl6IlC Atchison. james gain practice Atkins, Karen Atkins, Bolaert Ay res, Leah Bach. Janet Badger. Lee Bailey. Judith Baines, Carole Baker, Brian Baker, Danny Baker, David Baker, Bivhard Baker, Sandra Baltrunat, Susan Banks, Penny Barber, James Barkalow, Bichard Barney, Eugene Barr. Beverly Barr, Patricia Barrett, Linda Bates, Gary Batts, Birhard Bauser, Roger Baxley, Cheryl Working closely with the inystc-ries of si-ivnce are lah assistants Joyce Northrop and Rita Smith cnowleclge of science Beanhlossom, David Bearclsley, Charles Bearzy, Evelyn Beasley, Nancy Beason, Carl Beatty, janet Beatty, Larry Bee-he, Lincla Beern, Douglas Begley, Sue Bell, Bruce Bell, Patricia Bellar, Carol Benner, Wilrna Benson, Wayfrie Berger, Lawrence Bernat, Bicharcl Bertsch. Anne Besanceney, Joy Betsch, Carla Beverly, Carolyn Bihr, Patricia Billings, Diane Blair, Donna . . 5, si in A, t u, V I Blake. Mary Blesi, John Bollinger. llicharml Borehers, Terry Borton, Sanflra Bossi, Charles Bowden. Charlane Bowman. Dorothy Bradford. 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CI part of Fairmont life Hyde, Philip Irons, Sue Irvin, Carol Isbell, Rickie Jackson, Caroline Jackson, Nicky Jahn, Robert James, Cynthia James, John James, Susan Jarusiewic, Paul Jenkins, Sylvia Johnson, Cheryl Johnson, David Johnson, Philip Johnson, Sherry Jonas, Gail Jones, Fred Jones, Jacqueline Jones, Steve Josselyn, Meredith J oy, Robert Jump, Gregory Kabbes, Robert Kalat, James Karavish, Tony Kasel, Michael Kathmann, Caroly Keeney, Norbert Keiter, Marcia Kelly, Beverly Kelly, Paul Kemmer, Edward Kemper, Michael Kennedy, Larry Kern, Jack Kerr, Loretta Keto, John Kettleson, Karen Kevern, Thomas Keyes, James Kibler, John Il JoAnn Nikides John Milloni and Qandi Wlnttlns take time out to stroll around campus Kimble, Robert Kinrlrick, Sarah King, John King, Marilyn Kinkade, DeeAnn Klein, Pam Klim. Kathryn Kling, Debbie Knott, Connie Korrnos, Greg Kramer, Joyce Krapf, Patricia Krause, Sue Kreitzer, Frances Krolivlc, James Kuck, Donna Kunz, Gretchen Kusler, john Lageman, Alison Lahanas, Richard Lalnhert. Carole Lamme. Katherine Lanclrum, Pamela Lane, Bruce Langdon, Trenia Lathrop, Rohert Lawhorn. Barbara Leach. Alice Lee, Carol Lee, Connie Lemon, Steve Leonard, Tom Lightsey, Tom Linard, Howard Linklater, Nancy List, Bonnie Lizak, Tom Lloyd, Valerie Loftus, Vicki Logan, Stephen Logsdon, Rebecca Long, Derek Long, Gary Loveless, Eric Lowder, Wilma Lowry, Stephen Loy, Karone Ludwick, David Plans for Luke, ,lohn Luttrell, Ronald Macflarland, Sandy McCartney, Larry McClellan, Cheryl McClellan, James McClellan, Karen McClellan, Nance McCoy, David McCoy, Ken Mclfllyea, Vllilliam McFarland, Dennis McGohan, Dan McKee, Paul Mclfelvey, Margie Mcllurdo, Steve McNew, Lonnie McPherson, ,loann Manny, Patrick Manson, Kay Marshall, Sharon Martin, Daniel Martin, Diana Mason, Carol G l 'ufure begin early Matheny, Judith Matlock, Caroline Matonis, Karen Matthews, Roberta Mayberry, Connie Mayo, Virginia Mays, Elizabeth Meddock, Terry Meeker, Sally Mehlhoff, David Melke, ,lane Mengle, Edward Metzler, Joseph Meyer, Paul Meyers, Tom Michael, Robert Miles, Susan Miller, Charmalyn Miller, David Miller, Debbie Miller, Rodney Miller. Vicki Millonig, John Minnick, David Interested students gather beauty hints from hair stylist, Mrs. Rowland, on Junior Career Day. IO9 P 'L' if R 'J A hge S 5, . 'if x iwf f l Comparing the finished product with the rough layout Paul McKee and Glenn Fischer. Mitchell. Russell Monesmiih, James Moninger, Donald Moody, Jim Moody, Karel Moore, Gary Moraliito. Sam Moreland. David Morgan, Nleredilh Mount, john Mueller, David Mullen, Gerald Murch, Ann Murphy, Diana Murphy, Timothy Murray, Nancy Musselman, Michael Myers, Robert Myers, Sandy Nash, Uehorah Neff, Marianne Nellis, Larry Nelson. Leslie Nemecek, ,lean Nickelson, Joyce Nickelson, Ted Niedhamer, Sherrie Nies, Virginia Nikides, Joanne Ning, Gilbert Nix. Marian Xixon. jim lYolJle, Lamar Norris, Ella Northrup, Joyce O'Bricn, Patricia Oehrtman, Jean Of-ters, Frefl Ogle, Bonnie Olszewski, Brigitte Olt. Gretchen O'Ncal, Donna Ono. Tina Off, Daniel Osborn, Don Osborn, Susan Osborne. joan Osman, Jane Ossege, Larry Otto, Canclra Overholser, James Ou sley, Michael Oxley, Gary Palmer, Mark Palmer, Shirley Papenhrock. Richard Patrick. Terry Paul, John Paule, Cathryn Pease, Pam Peek, Linda Pennington, Sharon Perkins, Bonnie Pester, Steve Pfahl, Daniel Phillips, David Phillips, Gayle Phillips, Julia Pierce, Daniel Pierce, Suann Pitcher. Phyllis Poulos, Tim Our skills prove useful I' , fi 'S Who says boys can,t cook? Powell, Sharon Power, Janice Presley, Allene Price, Larry Price, Paul Pritchard, Norma Proffit, Sharon Prosser, Janet Prugh, Edwin Puterbaugh, Uonnell Quast, Jerry Quast, Ray Rainwater, Terry Rankin, Kristina Rankin, Nancy Rauseh, Dan Rausenberg, Suzanne Reagan, Kathy Reed, Walter Reeder, Charlene Reese, Cheryl Reese, Dave Reilly, Mike Rembold, Dave lfeyis, Lois Rive, Ted Riggs, Elizalmelh Rinehart, Janet Kish, Martha Rix, Robert Rizzo, Kathy Roach, Dale Roark, Leonard liolmerts, James Rodgers, Edward Rodgers, Patrivia lloepliin, Katharine Hogero, Leroy Rogers, Jeanelle Rogers, Saundra Roller, Jay Rookstool, Ronald Rosenquist, Niles Ross, Barbara Ross, Jeanne Ross, Larry Ross, Susan Rowland, Cheri Ruckrnan, James Rudolph, George Ruhly, Sharon Runyon, Doug Russell, Mary Beth Rutherford. Paul Ryan, Kathleen Saddler. Joan Saettel, Harry Saettel, Virginia Sanders, David Sanders, John Sanders, Richard Sandlin. Kathy Sandy, Gary Savino, Don Schafer, John ,,r'r'o ,Y- 1r:g:fz-ses. -- , -',r we -,1::w . 1 if A Q 539553 re fs S A ' ,wxnmfo A ,J f il ll :F F f KN M 6 S . , ,jg 5. L X ifmvmrivfv' 45. X x Fun and study . . . an unbeatable combination Schaefer, Sue Sehalnat, Cheryl Schaper. llurlmum Schelling. Ronnie Schneitler. Terry Scholes, ,lanies Schramm. lVl2ll'lQ Schroeder. liutln' Schuler. YVay ne Scott, Vivki Seroggy. Hairy Selby. M11 rx in SCIlSClll3iHlQlll, llenni Sentell, JoAnn Severns. ,Iohn Sexton, ClltlI'lCF Sexton, Lintla Shacloan. Ann Shafer. Juflitli Sharp. jackie Shartle. john Shell, James Shirley, Stephanie Shockey, lVlarily n Shoemaker. Sumlra Shonk. Sherry Short, xlZll'glII't'l Shultheis. Carol Sidclall, ,Iuflith Siegrist, Melvin Siler, Lincla Simox urt, James Simpson, jennefer Slaidins, Dainies Smiley, Leslie Smith, Caroly n Smith, Carolyn Smith, Curtis Smith, Diane Smith, Jurquelyn Smith, Janet Smith, Jeff Outside interests find ca place ir Smith, Joy ee E. Smith, Joyce T. Smith, lVliel1ael Smith, Kita Smith, lionalcl Smith Stephen Smith Suzanne Sny cler, wvlllllil Sohl, Katlllr-en Spaulding, Barbara Spence, llarolcl Spence, llarolrl Sperry, Thomas Springer, lleeAnn Spurrier, Sharon Stachler, Nlark Stanton, Barbara Staup, Leslie Stemple, ,lovee Stephens. joe Stepp, Floyrl Stepp, Steve Sterling, llrex Stertzliaeh, Cincly Stevens, llaniel Stevens, Sharon Stevens, Wlilliam Stoughton. llieharcl Stracler, Richard Strasser, Carol chool days Q X Dave Mueller retrieves an off-course tennis lmall for two exasperated netlers, Sue Darby and Karen Dylivig. Strausbaugh, llarolcl Straushaugh, Lintla Straushaugh, Roberta Stringer, Frances Stromenger, Ralph Strong, Norma Stuekey, Sharon Stutz, Nanette Sullivan, Joyce Supensky, Anno Sutton, Larry Swearengen, lllargie Sweet, Robert Sykes, Harry Taylor, Paula Temple, Cary Terry, Florence Thaman, Roger Preclous memories of hugh school will live in our hearts always Thomas, Deann 1 Thomas, Cene Thomas, Pamela Thomas, Sharon Thompson, Glenn Thompson, Suzanne Thornton, Marianni Tippy, Jerry Tomlin, James Traylor, Gwendolyn Trenary, Shirley Trenholm, Jan Trimhle, Sherley Triuett, Larry Turner, Cheryl Turner, Karen Turner Metrisha Tussing, Cheryl Tuzzolino, Steve Uhrig, ,loAnna Umsteacl, Kenneth Uscholcl, Beverly Venarcl, Dorothy Vetter, Tim Silliuuettesfsynilmlic of future success. Xvugner, Shirley XVainwriglit. Janie Wzllker, Doris Xvilffl, Don Wa11'cl, Julie Wlarner, Carol Watson, James Wvax, Janice Wlclmber, Thomas Wlelner, Dax icl Vlfelner, Don Weber, Susan Wleimer. ,lainie Weiss, Betty Weist, Margaret Welch, Bryant Welton, Virginia Wlente, Patricia Vllest, Charles Wlest, Susan Xvestgercles, joan Learn to know thyself 'ig-4 WCf'1'3Ulfh. Nlareia Vlfhite, Sharon Wlhitmire, Amy Wlhitmore, Lincla Whittles, Sandra Whyte, Midge Wick, Konnie Wick, Richard Wicrkeris, Wayfne Wielaricl, Kenneth Wiesrnan, William Wilkiris, Barbara Williams, Kenneth Williams, Steve Vlfilloughhy, Sara Wilsori, Carol Vlfilson, Susan Wir1c'hell, Marilyn Winclsor, Dorothea Wittehort, Joyce W0lx'ertcJr1, Bill Wones, Jerry Wooclley', Jennifer Wooley, Gary Woolf, Lauraly Il Wright, Donna Wyatt, Ronald Yates, Norval Yon, Paul Yoshimura, Mark Youmans, Jeff Young, Carol Young, Dan Young, Dottie Young, James Yurkanin, Kathryn Zart, Rohert Zeller, Donna Zimmer. Robert Zimmerman, Mike Zipf, Wvilliam P.A. classes give juniors a chance to discuss problems and plan for tomorrow Breen, Eileen Buchman, Christy Hollister, Sandra Koeller, Robert Kuntz, Marguerite NOT PICTURED Leff, Richard McGee, Bruce Rice, Janet Wolfenbarger, Young, James Paul HIGH :NI nw. figs: ,fig ERING Oex JOQO six' Q gwv 1 5 Daw 7 7 -5 Q-'gg Sophomores I I, fffff XO 4-sir 0+ LASS OFFICERS: Marvin Hill, presiclent: Trina Bramler. sm-iul rliairmanz Ken Uislii, treasurerg Emily Trmmer. secretaryg Stew: lexander, vice-president. ,E f f Sophomores assume individual responsibility Abernathy, Richard Achs, Sheila Adams, Tina Adkins, Ualford Adkins, Ernest Agenbroad, Willianr Alberts, Randall Albery, William Alexander, Larry Alexander, Steve Allen, Dave Allen, ,loann Allen, John Alspach, Vlfilliarn Altenburgz. David Amancl, Cheryl Amand, Linda Ancil, George Andrews, Frank Anglemyer, George Anthony, Jack Antoi, Mary Argabrite, Karen Armacost, Diane Armocida, John Arnold, Jennifer Arnold, Larry Arnold, Randy Asbury, Steven Ash, Rebecca Ashmun, Kathy Aszling, Patricia Atherton. Sandy Austin, Sandy Auwers, Linda Baber, Claude Bach, Beverly Badenhop, James Bainter, Barbara Baird, Sharon Baker, Linda Baker, Thomas Ballweg, June Barnes, Micliacl Barnhart. Bichard Barr. Joy Barth, Charles Bartlett, William Baty, Steve Baumann, James Beam, Larry Bearzy, Beverly Becker, Lloyd Beddies, Donald Rell, Bohert Benson. John Ritek, Karen Bindernagel. John Bingham, Barlvara Black, Lora Blat-kburn, Jeanne Blair. Lois Blakeman. Bonnie Blatt, Jerrie Bliss, Michael Bloomer, Valorie Bloomfield, Cynthia Boes, Gail Boggs, Roger Boggs. Ronald Bohardt, Thomas Bohoney, Williarn Welding is an interesting part of the industrial arts program. Q ' ti Hg, 5 F ,. f A- 555957. . .f- , - t at fr ,-t. J san Bolin, Ellen Bond, Williaiii Bookwalter, Sharon Bordewisch, Ellen Born, Thomas Boysen, Peter Brace, Dallas Braden, Julie Bradley, Janis Bramble, James Brandenburg, Nladalyn Brandenburg, Michael Mr. Graves supervises an cxploratiol into the miniature world of micro organisms. Brander, Katrina Brandewie. Jan Brandt, William Brandt, Vicki Brannan, Kathleen Branum, Trenton Braun, Pamela Breckenridge, Terry Brewer, Anita Brigeman, Carol Brill, David Brinck, Barbara Brinkley, Gary Bristow, Deem Brock, Marilyn Brock, Patricia Brown, David Brown, Harry Brown, Phillip Brown, Sharon Brown, Sheila Brown, Steve Brownell, jaeklyn Bruns, Mike Bryant, Carolyn Burlclen, Alexander Bunch, James Bunting, Bic-hard Burkes, Connie Burns, Anthony Burns, Dayitl Burton, Raymond Bushong. Daniel Bussell, James Bussert, Santlra Byrd, Barbara Calihan, Cary Callahan, Timothy Cameron, Karen Campbell, Cinthia Campbell, Dayifl Campbell, Janet Cannon, Charles Canterbury, Linda Carey, Connie Carlton, Bruce Carnright, Mary Carolus, Carl Caskey, Bruce Cason, Deborah Cassel, Nancy Castor, Kenneth Caupp, Loretta Cavey, Cheryl Cavicchioni, Patricia Chaney, Robert Childress, Richard Choate, Robert Christman, Carl Christman, Daniel my - w..'-:gg--,,1.:i, , y wgvffiiieefe , , b , A ,tag ,aim e 'M at 51 U, 'H' min , ,,a,. M ., i x Egg , ,Q ,ir , 4 2 ,, 1 R, 'f tr t .y wx s arm, iw"-.R Ng 1' it M 1,5 Mr QE ' rx I-1 'tv 4 N S ' Q xr, X ., fx W , , 5 ggi? ,I 5,5 J , X :gig if fr , QA? ii tux it A 76 , rr if iz 1.1. il ui ,L Q 1 as fr Underclassmen perfect their abilities W' W Clark, Jennifer Clark, Jody Clark, Nancy Cleveland, Judy Clevenger, Brenda Cochran, Kenneth Coe, Sue Coleman, Cay Collins, Barbara Collins, Deborah Collins, Randall Colvin, Charles Colvin, Richard Colwell, Judy Combs, Danny Combs, Linda Comer. Robert Conly, Kathy Converse, Sarah Cook, James Cook, Sharon Cooper, Penny Corwin, Richard Cost, Wesley Coiter, Charles Couch, Margaret Cox, Barbara Cox, Phyllis Coy, llarily n Cramer, Carl Crauder, Cheryl Creager, Richard Criggall, Karen Critchell, Diana Cromwell, Barry Crossen, Sharon Crum, Donna Crumrine, Robert Crusie, Molly Culbertson, Robert Cummings, Gary Cupp, Alvin We treasure symbols of our loyalty Curtis, Lana Cushwa, Ann Cy ester, Stex e Dalton, Carol Danclrea, Linfla Daniels, A1-vil Daniels, Virginia lJilIllSlflSl'i, John Davell, Bill Davis, Paul Dayton, Diane Deacon, Allison Defira, JoAnn Deebel, Kay Deeni, Frank Dcein, Jufly Deen, Karen Deeter, Diana Detlaven. Carol Dellaven, John Dell7Aria, Joe Delph, Larry Delscamp. Cary Dellint, Shirley Denham, Linda Denka, Michael Denlinger, Carol Dennis, Karen Derham, Lois DeVito, Dottie Dicke, Joyce Dickerson, Dianne Dickman, Scott Dietz, Larry Dill, Sue Dils, Reed Our rin 5 symbolize Fairmont tradition Iln- mlm' Iltn-low, Soplnnnorv Susan Menclien is lmpclussly mrnnlnseml from ' vlions gixcn by seniors llnn Holiison and Cary all New x X. 'E if? Campus school' Dinsinore. Sherrie Doggett. Larry Doll. Alan Dooley. Susan Dorn. Jucly Dorosky. llavicl Dougan, Jane Drakos, llurriet Dray ton. Marilyn Dulilis, Barbara Duchaine. Claudette Duncan, Yivki Du Vall, Roger Dykes, Gail Earnliart, Eva Eaton, Willizxrn Eckhart. Michael Ecton, Donna Edgington. Doug Eggleston. lfarnest Egleston. Harold Ekey, Clcnn Elkins. Michele Ellis, Arthur Elrocl. Vlwll0lll1l5 Ely, Jennifer Enimott, Shelagh Erikson. Silx ia Esposito, George Esslnan. l'lrnnr'is Evans, Betty Evans, llougxlas Faber. Donna Fahrney. Sue Farr, 'llionias Fenton, juclitll :ave their confusing moments Fiala, William Filoso, Tanya Finch, Donna Findlay, Dianne Finke, Cheryl Finlay, Dave Fint, Rodney Fisher, Joanne Fitzpatrick, Jack Flaharty, Michael Flanders, James Flee, Ray Fletcher, Robert Flora, Sharon Floto, Charles Flynn, Sarah Forsthoff, Patricia Forth, Mary Foster, Allen Foster, Gary Foster, Judith Foust, Delores Fowler, Pete Fowler, Sharon Fraley, Sandy Frame, Dayna Franklin, James Fraze, Terry Frasier, Donna Freeland, Larry Frick, William Frueauf, Carolyn Frue, Randall Frye, Sharon Fuller, Barbara Fulton, Kenneth Gabbard, Ronald Gaddis, Karen Galli, Nancy Gardner, John Garret, Dale Garrison, Jo Ann fe, .1 .Ip , W? 1 1'-ll W' a Q f G- l S if .fUs,:1is?fmi 2 ., was .M , Qu 8 is 1' -wa-W-Qfiiilzfv Q u ""'iZlt-'f"3v"" 40' Garvic, Carol Garvin, Steve Garvin, William Gary, Steve Gault, Adrienne Gebhart, Barry George, David Gerard, Rick Gessaman, John Ghearing, Viki Gibbs, Thomas Giffin, Nancy Gill, Karen Ginten, Janet Glass, Thomas Goin, Brenda Goins, Ruth Goodpaster, Lore Sophomores take part in many activities Goodrich, Gilman Gordon, Eddie Gorman, Dennis Gorndt, Greg Goss, J udy Grant, George Grant, Janet Gray, Susan Groff, Barbara Green, Patricia Greene, Barry Greene, Ronald Griffith, Terry Grimes, Bruce Grimshaw, Robert Gross, Norman Grubb, Linda Grueber, Robert Gustafson, Stephen Habel, Sue Haines, Robert Halderman, Jane Hall, James Hall, John llall. Olin llamiltnn. Daniel llammun. Jerome llammnn. James llamiali. Susan llanling, Jack llarcling. Sanfly Harney, Janet llarsliman. Marilyn Ilart. Carol Hart. ,lolin llarligan, Richard Hastings, Harry Hastings, Warren Hauc-k. lmuis Hauser, Mary llaxsn, Steve Hayes, Sally Hays, Dennis Heckman, Carol Hedges, Mary Hegel, lulm Heilancl. Paul lleizer, Barbara Helliert, ,lanice Heller, Douglas Helm, David Helm, Donna Henclerson, Linda Henclricks, Arlene Hendricks. Trudy Hendry, Vicky Henri. Joyce Henry, Donald Henry, La Faye Hentzell, Carla t E r l are-L ,r i , , , aa, y A l l l fea- YW 35? 2 ki K in Led by the reserve cheerleaders, the sopllmnores showed much spirit. Crowded conditions turn lobbies in liomcrooms. Herbst, Patricia Herr, Larry Hertel, Bruce Hertz, William Hess, lane Hess, Janet Hetzel, Jaek Hivks, Jacqueline Hilflerbrandt, Lee Hill, Carol Hill, Deborah Hill, Garry Hill, Joyce Hill. Marvin llillgruber. Julie Ann Hine, William Hines, Phillip Hinkley, jeff Hite, Sara Hitte, Sandra Hobbs, Sue Hodgson. David Hoener, Betty-Ann Hoffman, Robert Hoffman, Sheila Hogan, Patrick Holffomb, Rita Hollanfl, Charlotte Hook, Cathy Hook, Limla Hoover, Douglas Hoover, Stephen Horner, Emerson Horner, Norman Horstman, Jerry Horstman, Judith Ann Horvath, Rosemary Hosket, Linda Hostutler, Wlilliam Hotchkiss, llolly Houck, Chris. Houck, Ronald Hought, Thomas Huehnel, Barbara Huey, Terry Hughes, Mary Huls, Nancy Humphrey, Patricia Hunn, Craig Hutton, Michele liams, Linda Ingelfinger, James Ingraham, Judy Irvin, Jill Isbell, Linda Isbell, Kenneth Isenbarger, Richard Jackson, Cwenn Jackson, Thomas Jackson, Todd Jacobs, James Jacobs, Jeffrey Jacobus, Cheryl James, Carol Jameson, Mitchell Johnson, Audrey Johnson, Celeste Johnson, John Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Wayne J ollay, Greg Jones, Cynthia Jones, Henry Jones, James Jones, Judy Jones, Linda Jones, Paula Jones, Ronald Fairmont grows by leaps and bounds 'JEL ,QL Xa P' as Jones, Ronnie V. Jordan, Juclith Judd. Rickie Kallifleisch, Cathy Kalkas, Angie Kaylor, William Keethler, Charles Keller, Dianne Kelley, Karen Kemper, Judy Kender, Steve Kenne, Karen Kerfoot, Brian Kincey, Wericlell Kinchler, ,lill Kindy, Diane Kingery, Thomas Kinnard, Willialn Kinner, Nick Kinzig, Joanne Kirkennlall, Kathy Kirksey, Frank Kiser, ll. Kiser, Lois Kistler, Cincly Klenk, William Kline, Karen Knapp, Larry Knierini, Jayne Kniess, Sylvia Koegle, Vicki Kohl, Susan Kothman, David Kotschwar, James Koverman, Kenneth Kramer, Deborah Kramer, Karen Krause, Linda Kroemer, Diana Kuenn, Mary Lackey, Michael Lakatos, Gary Students help Improve the appearance Lukey, Sliaron Lalmlm, Timothy Laimliert, Cheryl Lune, Richard Lungclon, john Lunk, lfflna Lzuguuglia, Allen l,z111clc'1'liur:k, Stephen L-illlgllllll. LaVonne Lzlyvox, Dwight Leuverton, lfrecl Leckrone. Tom Lee, Berfki Leese. Dine Lehman, Canclra Leilierick, Ernest Leiter, liirent Lett, lucly Lett, Stephen Lewis, Judy Liflie, Lincla Linville. james Lipinski. Sharon Lira, Susan Little, Colclen Little, Nancy Little. Sara Lloyd, Cheryl Lochner. Frederick Locke, Connie , f 1. ' V Slut Huwn and Dayna Frame arrange materials in the display case. af our school 75593 g 'ie , 5 E 'vlz I we f W f i yy- at , X iz" 2 rl : . f M , QI -f , gy' .if M 151: liififf 5':z::2' . ,.: ,:. ,:- .s x ' ...fr '1 vi l if f it I W. f.:: 5 ,.: 5 , ,... E W3 lr. , K R i'?"?? T'2lS ig Students apply their talents Logan, Susan Long, Carolyn Long, Jerry Long, Sharon Longman, Beverly Longo, Diane Lovering, Lynne Lovingood, Susan Lowndes, Evelyn Lucas, Diane Lunsford, Martha Lunsford, Michael Lusk, Jerry Lutes, Barbara Lutz, Linda Lynch, Barbara Maclntyre, Catherine McAllister, Cynthia McCandless, Mary McCaskey, Tom McClain, Kathleen McCormick, Tom McCoy, Michael McCurdy, Diana McDaniel, Pauline McDonald, Judy McDonald, Richard Mcflilvery, Dan Meflilvery, Karen McGraw, Bobbie McLaughlin, John McMaken, Bobert McMurtley, Bobert McNew, Bonnie McNeer, James McSherry, Craig Mcvean, Bichard Maas, Barbara Macy, William Madden, Marilyn Mahaz, Katherine Malchow, Cecil len Ralnule Ir. Lewis. y proves theorem to Malone, Kathy Mann, Raymond Manker, Jill Manker, John Manley, Pat Marehal, James Marinelli, Michael Markwell, John Marshall, Bonnie Marshall, Paul Martin, Linda Martin, Monte Martin, Paul Martin, Susan Massie, Cheryll Malhes, Sherri Nlathis, Ronald Matta, Mary Maxwell, Douglas Mayer, Jon Xlayfielcl, Martha Mazak, Donald Mears, Sharon Merlcalf, Carl Meeks. Carol Melville, Sally Menehen, Susan Mengle, Margaret Merrill, Dorothy Merrill, Jeffrey JD my - i K. EE WZ.. r Merritt, ,lanet Messer, Sanclra Merely Gregory Meyer. Randall Meyers. Rick Meyn, Ernest Michaels, Joyce Miflgley, Sharron Might, Phyllis lVliljanic. Dave Miller, Donald Miller, Jacqueline Bob Skinner verifies a record Mr. Cook, west unit counselor Miller, James Miller, james Miller John Miller liinfla Miller, Michael Miller Ronald Miller Miller Stephen Tyson llilthaler. Nlichael Minnich, SuSan Minnick, Larry L. Minnick. Larry P. Minor, Martha Mirras, Barbara Mitchell, Gary Mitchell, Jonah Moncrief, Tim Moore, Karen Morell, Gary Morgan, Jeffery Morter, David Mount, Richard Mullen, David Mulvaney, Jerry Mundy, Gayle Murray, James Nassif, George Nead, Patrick Nees, Karen Neff, Mary Nehez, Thomas Newman, Barbara Nichols, Leonard Noffsinger, David Nordquest, Richard Norman, Susan Norris, Carole Noyes, Robert Nugent, John Nugent, Timothy Nurrenbrock, Patricia Oaks, Norma Odom, Robert O7Hara, Cheryl Oishi, Kenneth Oosting, Tim Osborn, Jackie Osborn, Penny O7Shea, Michael Ostherman, Linda Ott, Susan Owen, Kenneth Paddock, Pam Palmer, Bob Palmer, Craig Palmer, David Palmer, Peggy Papenbrock, Judie Papp, Greg Parker, Bruce Sophomores obtain valuable assistance WW, is gm, ,1 K S, 5 . . tgt.,e9i,31.q,,, . as s,,,,5ms5w f Q time X t will 6 S xx K' use ,, . ff-wry, g awe H ' ,mf it e e Parsons, Richarrl Patrick, Rarliara Patterson, lllarjoric Payne, Kathy Pearson, Roger Pease, Andrea Peck, Ronalrl Peckolt, Recky Penley, Retty Penny, Rarlnara Pester, Gary Petzolt, Dale Phares, Carolyn Phiblns, ,loe Phillips, Dorothy Phillips, Karl Phillips, Richarfl Phillips, Richard Pickarcl, Penelope Pifer, Lincla Pilson, Karen Pinkstaff, Kathy Pitner, Nancy Platt, Albert Porter, Doug Porter, Joel Potter, Robert Pratt, Marcia Price, Carol Price, Polly Purdy, Richard Pyle, Carol Ramaley, Ren Rammler, David Randolph, ,lessie Ratliff, Kathy Rausch, Daniel Ray, Joann Rayburg, Betty Reagan, Pat Reed, Dennis Reilly, Mary Sophomores experience tradition and progress Reilly. Michael Reinlnml, Debbie Reilwr. glllan Remlmlml, Mary Jo Renvh, james Retske, Eugene Reynolds, Perry Ricie. janet RlL'llill'1lF. Phillip liivliarflson. Cinfla Ricllarmlsoii, ,lack Rif,'lllSilll, Anthony Ridenour, jean Riggs, Wade Rike, William Ring, Judy Risko, Jeanne Ritchie, Albert Rix. Pamela Rizzo. Nvilliam Roar-h. Kaye Roark. Roger Rolmlxins, Mary Rolwrson, Sandra Rolmerlson, Alice Rolwrlson, Therese Rolxinett, Diana Robison. Cinda Roe, liglmert Rogers. Alan Rogers, Richard Rogers, Richard Roode. Carol Roof, llouglas Rooke. Edward Rose, Phillip Mr. Bolender uses a manual chime on the day the automatic hell: fail. li? ,lu ,W . X l 2 Z2 f we Q in 5, rm im- w k is gi,-V ,, -fi 1 2 4 T2 ' x 1 '1 L A WM f '4' 5 he 1 WW, Y ca., A u ii 'ke-fe ' , -' A, y In kiwii ii if l, N ii '51, ,J gg.: '- Ufmieiiisea if ' H ., ,,,, ,sf fiizszzifiw i ii. 5 Up and Oxer. Skill unc Ross, Ed Ross, Joanna Rothfuss, Linda Rothfuss, Richard Roudebush, ,lustina Roush, Jean Routzahn, Sandy Rowland, Glenn Rowland, Nancy Royston, William Rubin, Molly Rudolph, Shirley Rueckel, Scott Rufner, Richard Ruhlman, Robert Russell, Marvin Ruth, Pamela Rutherford, Richard Sacks, Michael Saemann, William Sallee, Alan Salyers, Douglas Sanchez, Carmen Sandy, Keith Satterfield, Sharon Satterthwaite, Paul Shaffer, Pamela Schalnat, Ronald Scharrer, Margaret Schellhase, Barbara Schick, Tom Schmidt, Deborah Schneider, Marie Schneider, Ralph Schoen, Linda Schoenmeyer, Roger portsmanshlp go hand In hand Sehoepfle, David Schrancl, John Schuerholz, Williarn Schweller, Kathy Scott, Larry Scott, liouis Screechfield, Sandy Scrogfry, Patricia Sea, Julie Seibert, Judy Selby, Nliriam Selvaggio, Sandy Serianni, Vincent Sexton, Mike Seybert, Andy Shackleford, Williaiii Shalf, Maureen Sharritt, Thomas Shaver, Alan Shaw, Linda Sheehan. Delbert Shelley, Kent Shelton, Sharon Shepard, James Sherwell, Michael Shiverdecker, Gaye Short, Hubert Shultz, Sharon Sidwcll. Joanne Seiss, Barbara Siford, Rick Silas, Nancy Silcox, John Simons, Elizabeth Simovart, Benita Sinclair, Peggy Skinner, Robert Skolnik, Pamela Slaven, Sandra Smart, Cary Smart, Monda Smith, Carol Smith, David Smith, Gary Smith, James Smith, Janice Smith, Karen Smith, Kenna Smith, Margaret Smith, Michael Smith, Sandra Smith, Susan Smyth, Norma Snyder, John Snyder, Michael Sogn, Sharon Sommer, John Sorah, Richard Sorg, Robert Sparks, Peggy Sophomores get acquainted with student workers Sparks, Sandra Spaulding, Susan Spears, Stephen Specht, Susan Speck, Donald Spencer, Delores Spencer, Garnet Stahr, Karen Steinberger, Dana Steinhazen, Cherry Steinway, Sally Stemple, Dale Stephenson, Barbara Stepp, Flora Sternherg, Linda Steuert, Joseph Stevens, Michael Stevenson, Sandy Stewart, Ronald Stewart, Rosenell St. Felix, Donna Stimmel, Jerry Stine, Linda Stipes, Patty Stoner, Joseph Storer, Sue Stouder, Gayle Slratmoen, Larry Straushurg. Donald Stuckey, Wfilliam Sullins, Naclene SulliVan,,Ioy1'e Sumner. Nlichael Summers, Virginia Supensky. Robert Suro, Anita Swafford, Marvin Swaney, Lynn Swango, Patricia Sweet, Cary Swigeart, Kay Sylvia, Pat Tague, Linrla Tanksley, Patricia Tanner, Joan Tate, Tammy Taulhee, Lavon Tavaniello, Julie Taylor, Don Taylor, James Taylor, Richard Taylor, Sandy Taylor, Susan Tellis, Linda Thomas, Michael Thomason, Robert Thompson, Patricia Thompson, Peter Thorpe, Ronald Tille, Tonya , S F Il' K., 'S T Fi Miffj , ., t ,. J iqwef ,,,p,, , vi, K W 'ff zl, M ,,L , , I , V 3? V 5 c , , ig., 3' 3 4 ' ' 1 ' ' " Q: 53, iii' , ' J- 2.15, , ,M k r ', ' , I: H -54 . """'f"i A ' "si - . V- - fr. us- Irma, at-E' 3. -dv-I 51-T '83 Q t www' ,-- K 2 K X J, L ,I . V , FT M A NT 1 , fifxi 5 wzmag x M K iv vw ':-qgag g, if, HP.. QQ? ,K ,. it 2 ,, S . lifff s ,, , H K-was he 3 s o 'f ii' , ,.,, t , S aa... Y. 2 Z ,. , .. ,,s,,i,-, 'tial fam Kathy Schroeder assists Doug Maxwell and Gayle Mundy in purchasing mululsuplllics. W . af ..,.. ' f l A.,A.W I an -M , , a r 5 ,, 1 -me , , ,,.a3:?. , -V ,, V. 1 K ings All n --. - ' W' xi' , N . .. 1 , A y , y E ,yi ,4 7 fa- ff ' aff . wi, -.W i - " ' T li- f I 4 , 'iifffbf I l V V :f4?27fs5-reh 'M In ,far ky, as .. f Sz ,m ail Rhythmettes practice a formation for half-time ceremonies. - - ga' Q.: 1 2,1 f pf? V- ' f ,, Q he il: X vi.: N32 W S f K T Q. T T . ff.. 4 X., 4 , . M WW F We X mf 5 x f 5 QZWW Tilley, Sara Tinsley, Linda Tippy, Carolyn Titterington, Jeff Tobin, Johnell Todd, James Todd, john Todoroff, Cindy Toll, Janis Tompkins, Douglas Traino, David Trenner, Emily Trigg, Douglas Trimmer, Ellen Turley, Carole Turner, Charles Turner, Darrell Turner, Regina Turner, Richard Ulrich, Larry Urban, Frank Valey, Wayne Valley, Ted Vance, Jolene VanHarlingen, Jane Van Harlingen, Jean Vaughn, Juanita Venard, Douglas Vice, Marvin Wagner, Dianne Wagner, Sarah Wall, Ronnie Wallace, Douglas Wzlllalce, Kenneth Walters, Ralph Walters, Richard Cutside activities enrich curriculum Wfalther, Douglas Vlfamsley, Kenneth Ward, Linda Warner, .lames Warner, Larry Wa1'11er, Sarah Wasson, Jon Waterman, Mary Watson, Billie ,lane Watson, Linda Watson, Patricia Watson, Patricia Xvatts, Kathleen Weaver, Joseph Weaver, Joy Webb, Donna Webb, Gary Webb, Rebecca Weber, Albert Weglage, Judy Weiland, Laureen Wellrneier, William Wells, Michael Wells, Renate Wells, Roger Wenzler, Marti Wessline, James West, Carol West, Larry Wcstgerdes, Robert Wheeler, Robert Whipp, ,lohn White, Donald White, Margie Whiteman, Anita Whiting, Nancy Wick, Lawrence Wick, Richard Wieland, William Wilken, J on Williams, Ina Lou Williams, Stephen 't ,, H , it 4 J X V . " E..-,5:.:5:ti:gE. 7. if f Q W ,L Q- wh aaeaca 'Q Edwards, Marsha Engleman, Thomas Gray, Sharyl Haught, Thomas Lewis, Larry Lowe, Mary Morris, Patty Newell, William Palmer, Barbara NOT PICTURED Red, Shelia Richie, Thomas Samson, Delores Uhl, Helen Viets, James Watson, Patricia Weimer, Rebecca Zimmer, Beth Zmijewski, Michael Williams, Susanne Willis, Deanna Willis, Dennis Willis, Jean Wilson, Bernard Wilson, Susan Wilson, Warren Wint, Vickie Wise, David Wise, John Withrow, Robert Witteborg, Timothy Wolfe, Greg Worley, Dan Wright, William Wyckoff, Paul Wymer, George Yenger, James Yockum, Elmer Yoe, Elaine Yost, Jack Young, John Young, Ruth Young, Teri To the sophomore, the floor opens on a new worhl, one of challenge and excitement. He hrings with hiln his own inflivitlual abilities ancl talents. These. vornhinecl with those of his fellow students, give Fairmont its fine character and nolalmle record of avhievernents. To the senior, upon graduating from Fair- mont. hroad horizons lJClfliOIl hini to higher goals uml to further at-rwimplishments. His rliploma serves as il key to the future. il romincler of the past. But one elusive 1lualily-TraditionWe-unites all ol us, sopholnorvs, juniors, ancl seniors. into a spiritefl HDen of Dragons." Though we leave these halls Tomorrow. the memories we luke with us will rvmuin in our lic-arts forever. HIGH a 0 4, oe 0 Rv 1 M, f 12590 NH W 99 5 in ' 'r ERING J' Q 'Es 2 Q Z at 0 0 ' -W Organizations 1 ."" O x 4' Oszs E! 'Q nz S-im TTQDENT COLYNCIL OFFICERS: linda Albaugh, sf-r,'1'+'lz11'y: Juvk Reacley, p1'vsi1I1-r1I: Hill Foster, vice-p1'csiJf-rmtg Gary Moore. trans fer. Row I, L-R: P. Knox, S. Hambright, G, Moore, treasurerg J. Readey, presidentg L. Alliaugh, set-retaryg B. Foster, vice-prcsidentg C. Dalton, J. Fenton Row: 2: J. Overholser, J. Bach, D. Nash, S. Logan, D. Trigg, R. Bauser, J. Tanner, S. Kirk. Row 3: Mr. Zurcrnski. adviserg J. Flatter, R. Geatty, J King, P. Thompson. Student Council leads in Fairmont activities As representatives of the student body, the Student Coun- cil promotes school activities and student welfare. Members are elected each spring, they include six sophomores, six juniors, and nine seniors. Led by Jack Readey, president, the 1962-63 Student Coun- cil guided Fairmont through a very successful year. This or- ganization was responsible for homecoming festivities, under- class elections, and an informal dance. Mr. Zaremski is the adviser. Student Council members Janet Bach and Judy Fenton plan a poster for an after-the-game dance. Student Council officers are Bill Foster, vice-president, Gary Moore, treasurerg Jack Readey, presidcntg and Linda Albaugh, secretary. ow I LR: E. Brewster, B. Nead, C. Brunsman, J. Rittenhouse, D. Donson, secretary, P. Fensel, vice-president, J. Zipf, treasurer, J. Flutter, president. ow 2 L Swigeart, M. Knapp, D. Delcontivo, P. Knox, E. Headrick, J. Fenton, K. Moritz, P. Swink, R. Evans. Row 3: J. Malone, P. Berdahl, A. Lehman, Kirk C Stull, K. Coburn, C. Aultz, L. Albaugh, B. Madden. Row 4: B. Foster, D. Fisher, S. Sizer, P. Bausch, A. Hinkley, S. Vogt, P. Hagedon, L. offman D. Hockett. Row 5: J. Readey, B. Robeson, B. Weist, D. Neyhouse, J. Hess, L. Waller, B. Bieler, B. Watson, P. Langston. National Honor Society recognizes achievement Membership in Torch and Keystone, Fairmont's chapter of the National Honor Society, is based not only on grades but on all-around achievement. Juniors and seniors who meet the basic requirement as to class rank are rated in the areas of character, service, leadership, and scholarship before being finally selected. ln order to give TK members a chance to develop their abilities in other fields, this organization meets only three times a year. There is a fall organizational meeting, a Christmas party, and a picnic in the spring. Also, new members are "tapped"' early in the spring and inducted in an impressive candlelight ceremony. Mr. Charles Nolan is Torch and Keystone adviser. Torch and Keystone officers are Diane Donson, secre- tary, John Flatter, president, Phil Fensel, vice-presi- dent, Janis Zipf, treasurer. Sandy Sizer, Pat Hagedon, LeRoy Coulter, Lynn Hoff- man, and Bill Weist work on Christmas decorations for east unit lobby. WET? ' .453 S X Pam Braun, Carol Hart, George Wymer, and Sandy Sizer, members of a JA radio company, discuss plans for the next broadcast. Aspiring young businessmen and women in the Dayton area can get practical business education by joining Junior'Achieve- ment. These teenagers form companies, sell stock, go into pro- duction of a saleable item or service, and, at the end of the school year, dissolve the company and divide the profits among stockholders. Fairmont Junior Achievement includes Fairmont students who are members of a JA company. These companies deal in many different fields, such as data processing, law, importing, art, radio and television broadcasting, and manufacturing. Full- size Dayton industries and businesses sponsor the Junior Achiev- ers. Junior Achievement is organized nationally as well as on the state level, and companies from many areas compete for awards. Fairmont Junior Achievement officers are Kathy Ryan, secretary-treasurer, Skip Fricke, vice-presidentg LeRoy Coulter, president. Junior Achievers have practical, on-the-iob training i Row I, L-R: K. Dennis, S. Sikes, K. Hicks, C. Retslce, S. Chakrian, D. Blair, L. Coulter, S. Sizer, D. Herd, P. Braun, C. Hart, R. Horyatll. Row 2: V. Wolfe, D. Leese, V. Huden, L. Deebel, B. Belinsky, M. Herndon, B. Lookabaugh, J. Grun, L. Osterlob, J. Wells, N. Kidd, P. Pickard. Row 3: B. Marshall, V. Ghearing, C. Darnell, D. Traino, J. Brandewie, T. Hiffs, E. Ross, J. DeHaven, B. Rizzo, D. Kiser, D. Keller. Row 45 J. Shell, T. Stuck. T. Liszak, M. Spoon, T. Low, S. Fricke, S. Williams, B. Hostutler, S. Smith, J. Hegel. Row 5: T. Dunson, J. McClellan, C. Downing, L. Wicklund, ones. J lst unit: Row I, L-R: N. Thornton, C. Lambert, D. Coughlin, C. Nanni, S. Russell, Nl. Neff, D. Apple. J. Switlvr, C. Aultl. ll. Ogle. Nl. Clark. Nl. eyrauvh, K. Rankin, C. Wcflcr. Jwland, L. Swigvart, C. Smith, J l H0141 25 J. Hffilwi, K- Cftlttlh J. Squires li. Urohoski. J. Fenton, I., Alliattglt. T. Raines. K. llavltnnd, M. Oishi. Y. li., llarr, L. Hoffman. Rott' 3: P. Kuntx, l'. Dyrtl, .l. Zipf, S. Dortlwvll, J.. llvywoofl, K. Sohl, C. Warne-r. C. .-Xlspavlt, luckctt, L. Torley, P. Langston, l. llagt-don, V. Crcimann, J. Wetz, T. Tate. Row -1: S. Moralmito. C. l'll'ilItlt', S. Flecltlerjolnt. N, Luvas. .-X. Davis. . Linklater, J. XVitteli0rt, L. Strausliaugh, L. Drexlvr, M. Wttisttitttt, B. Oosting, J. Kliltth, R. Batts, H. liarrison, D. Anthony. Now 5: J. Doehlt.-r, ll. l lirttlll lal lxYk k 'ake, P. Dugan, J. Northup, 9. is , . J mer, '. ur'anin, J. Ni 'idt's, .I. Atlants, N. Murray, S. llola, li. Clay, V. Krakfwski. Row 6: J. Shaffer, Gantz, D. ltlink, R. Hild, J. Donson, L. Harzinski, R. Stratlvr, XV. Wickfrns, ll. lliltltrlirantl. P. RttllL'l'l4ttIl, D. Lt-ff, D. Hertl,lJ. Kalat, J. Keto. f fA ' , , ' h ' I sta IS t IS year s JCOWA study topic One of Fairmontis largest organizations, Junior Council on W01'ltl Affairs, of- :rs programs which appeal to almost all stuclents. Besides the regular monthly teetings, JCOWA sponsors such activities as a high svhool institute, a motlol General ssembly, anrl a study tour in the spring. This year the Club was active in pro- .oting GUN Weekii through its programs. These projects are centerccl arounrl the uclv topic Htksiaf' Advisers are Nlr. Janes and Mrs. McMillan. Officers are Peggy Knox, secretary, Alex Davis , treasurer, Dave McKenzie, president, and Kathy Moritz, vice-president. entml unit: Row I, L-R: S. Liston, Il. Strausbaugh, ll. Lawltorn, A. Davis, trt-asttrt-rg K. Moritz. vitw--pn-sitlvtttg P. Knox, st-t'1't'taryg D. McKenzie, 'esidentg li. Rubin, C. Clark, l'. Baltrunat, V. Miller, J. Bach, N. . Smith, P. Pitcher, C. Shulthcis, , Pease, J. Hitlunour, L. Waller, D. Ball, M. Finigan. J. LaRue, Nl. Dcnlingvr. Rott' 5: T. Kevern, I. O'l3rit-n, l. Wrist, C. Turner, C. Tussing, urch. Row 6: D. Minnick, D. Miller, G. Strausllaugxlt, J. Howe, D. Hoekett, ll. llrutnficld, T. McCarthy, ll. Robeson, C. Goodrich. 'est unit: Raw I, L-R: D. Eckhartlt, R. Formichella, D. Craft, K. Coburn. C. Stull. ff. Farioli, C. lletsrlt. S. Shonk, J. Wainwright, C. Stephens, S. Smith. spv, R. Alt-Xander, J. Trenholm, Wilson, K. Crt-4-n. Row 2: C. Daugiherty, T. Goodrich, l.. Dt-1.-luel. E. Law, J. Ste-tnplv. D, Ntlsll, ll. llanks. J. Geyer, D. Dvltfontivo, L. Borchers. J. Wztrtl. Row 3: N. Gibson. D. Wvright, T, Niillz-r, S. Ruhlv, D. Airhart. l'. lfrx-nch, J. Fanning, D. Odom, J. Dennis. Meeker, J. Pvnquite, D, Attelnt-rry, li. Kinnard. Row -1: Mrs. Nlcllillan, adviser, NI. Jessilyn, C., Walters. Nl. Weisman, Nl. Rish, P. Harrison, C. Fedt-rlt-, Dillon, L. Barrett, C. Lynch, N. Ncwlin, J. Wllittles, D. Donson, P. Rausvh, li. Smith. Row 5: D. Nlt'l"arland, D. Vveltflt, T. Nletltlock, li. Stanton, . Ryan, J. Millard, D. Oshorn, J. James, M. Foley, A. Walker, J. Lunclerntan, li, lfvans,C. Dieterlt-. Cut-ditig, C. Kirsch, K. llollis. Row 2: ll. ,'Nl4'XilIlKll'l', C. Mcflraw, C. qkppleton, H. Thaman, K. litlwarals, S. Stutikey, Dick:-, M. Bradford, D. lfspy. Row 3: E. Brooks, N. Conrad, F. Proffit. S. Spurrier, K. Atkins, C. Cooke, K. Klint, K. Crassley, L. Hamlmy, li. Stapleton, Mr. Janes, adviser. Row sl: YV. Zipf, li. Cotlown, Y. Rihas, K. Lamme, C. Davis, 1 J X D. 1 Row I: N. Adkinsg M. Cibsong B. Hostutlcr, reporterg S. Niedhamer, secretary, E. Brewster, president, C. Bellar, vice-presidentg D. Orf, historian, R. Luke! treasurerg J. Besanceneyg D. 0'Neal. Row 2: Miss Gallagher, adviser, S. O'Bani0ng J. Saddler, C. Dowlerg D. Martin, J. Allen, A, Brechling M. Neff, l Apple. Row 3: J. Lane, Furreyg M. Dietrichg C. Bloomfield, B. Heizerg S. Browng Dexter, B. Bollingerg Mr. Lower, adviser. Row 4: C. Thomas C. Moninger, K. Kline, P. Barr, L. Baker, D. Kuck, S. Guffrnan, A. Caupp. FBLA excels in state convention awards Among other FBLA chapters in the state and the nation, Fairmontls organization is one of which the school can be very proud. lts purpose is to promote interest in business on the high-school level and to encourage further business education. All chapters compete in the fields of exhibits, speech, parliamentary procedure, distance lfnumber of students times number of miles traveledl, over-all rating, and entering a contestant for the Miss FBLA or Mr. FBLA contests at the state convention. At this yearis convention in Cleveland, Fairmontls chapter won first place in distance, second in exhibit, and third in speech, and will take the state's exhibit to the national convention in Dallas, Texas. President of Fair- m0r1t's chapter, Elaine Brewster is state secretary and national vice-presi- dent of Future Business Leaders of America. Locally, FBLA holds regular meetings and is very active. Money- Officers are Bill Hostutler, reporter, Randy Luken, making projects include selling candv bars and selling pens. Advisers treasurer, Dan Orf, historian, Sherrie Niedhamcr, V secretary, Elaine Brewster, president, and Carol Bellar, vice-president. are Miss Gallagher, Mrs. Nolan, Mr. Lower and Mr. McKinley. Row I: C. Roberts, K. Pester, C. Hurt, K, Cedeon, P. Mullins, C. Handy, R. Thaman, B. Peckoh, Mrs. Jane Nolan, adviser. Row 2: Ballard, S. Stevens, B Matthews, A. Meyers, B. Spaulding, L. Whitmore, T. Miller, L. liams, K. Crossley, M. Weyrauch. How 3: S. Thotnas, L. Neff, B. Harp, S. MacFarland K. Rizzo, V. Scott, B. Uschold, S. Whitacre, K. Kettleson. Row 4: Mr. McKinley, adviserg J. Shipley, D. Kling, S. Wolfe, J. Mount, 5. James, B. Michael M. Brown. Tow 1, L-R: S. Brown, J. Rittenhouse, D. Sones, J. Bach, historian: P. Harrison, corresponding sccretaryg S. Sizer, vice-presidentg C. Lynch, president: l. Oosting, treasurer: D. Donson, recording secretary: E. Headrick, S.. Fadely. Row 2: S, Nishimura, C. Richardson, R. Formichella, K. Dybvig, S. Heizer, I. Venard, Kirk, S. Wagner, B. Barr, P. Helmer, M. Constable, P. Humphreys. Row fi: Ni. Martine, C. Denlinger, B. Young, D. Kulmert. C. Cole- l il ian, C. Walters, B. Stephenson, S. Harding, J. Kiger, B. Rubin, D. Lucas. Row 4: S. Weber, l. liteher, N. Newlin, N. Smyth, L. Shaw, C. Crauder, B. lgle, B. Lynch, P. Geeding. Row 5: E. Yoe, D. Beton, D. Hill, S. Fralcy, D. Kroemer, A, Lehman, C. Bowden, J. Nikides. Future Teachers helps in career decisions Each member of Future Teachers of America has many oppor- tunities to decide whether he wants teaching for his career. Speakers from the Fairmont faculty and other well-informed sources tell about teaching in different areas of interest. During three years of mem- bership everyone is able to consider almost every field of teach- ing, from special education to teaching physics. Also, seniors have the opportunity to practice-teach in a Kettering school. Some highlights of the yearis activities were the traditional "College Beckonsfi a program on colleges and college life, the International Dinner, to which those who have lived in a foreign country are invited, a tour of the Board of Education Building, and t a spring picnic. Miss Warren is the chief adviser. l -Ln ' FTA officers are Cathy Lynch, presidentg Beth Oosting, treasurer: Diane Donson, recording secretary: Sandy Sizer, vice-president: Paula Harrison, corresponding sec- retary, and Janet Bach, historian. Tow 1, L-R: M. Keister, P. Knox, P, Jvorkman, C. Theiss, B. Crohoski, S. Fledderjohn, J. Toll, J. Tavaniello, K. Hollis, D. Danson, B. Weiss. Row 2: I. Johnson, M. Hatfield, J. Ward, N. Pobst, J. Ross, J. Roush, Lovingood, C. Reese, L. MeCurdy, C. Whitfield, S. Rausenberg. Row 3: C. Klasse:-, . Clark, C. Kirsch, D. Helm, K. Hanies, J. Adams, M. Russell, K. Moore, M. Madden, li. Selby. Row 4: K. Turner, L. Cook, C. Miller, B, Haber, C. look, L. Waller, J. Ridenour, P. Pease, S. Bordwell, J. Hess, L. Strausbaugh. Raw 1, L-Il: 5. lialtrunat, K. Moody, C. Richardson, K. Coburn, P. Bainter, secretary, B. Nead, president, B. Emmett, vice-president, J. Hurley, treas urer, J. Harsliman. C. Crooke. Row 2: Jenkins, S. Arnold, NI. Martine, C. De-nlinger, J. Rinehart, S. Stevenson, M. Schneider, S. Kniess, lx Oaks, B. llcrkins, S. Bikes. Rau' 3: M. Rubin, T. Young, L. Stine, T. Langdon, C. Duchainv, J. NVQ-tZ, C. Sliultheis, P. McDaniel, D. Cason, C. Bryan Y C. Shaffer, L. SCJIUUII, S. Smith. Row 4: C. Baines, L. lcek, YV. Benner, P. O,Brien, S, llroffit, S. Brown, K. Payne, P. Dugan. M. J. Robbins, li Young, K. Malone, J. Uhrig. Row 5: M. Weisman, N. Forgy, G. Hirth, D. Crum, C. SlllYt'I'CJK?CliCI', L. Cottsehall, S. Sherman, l'. Hurley, V. Ribaf B. Evans, D. Wood, J. Blackburn. Future Medical Careers studies medical PI'OfeSSi0nS To help members discover whether a career in medicine is for them, is the chief purpose of Future Medical Careers. Through work as volunteers at hospitals or in Red Cross, members have a chance to develop interest in medical professions. For this volunteer work or for helping on club committees they can earn points toward a club pin. Programs include speakers from many areas of medicineg for instance, a nurse from an Ethiopian hospital spoke at one of the fall meetings. Also, members gave a Christmas party for children at Barney Convalescent Hospital. By active participa- tion in Future Medical Careers, one can gain valuable knowledge and experience that will help in a future career. Officers are Betty Emmett, vice-presidentg Barbara Nead, presi- dent, Judy llurlcy, treasurer. Absent: Penny llaintcr, secre- tary. Row I, L-R: D. Caldwell, A. Brewer, J. Kemper, C. Stouder, J. Seibert, C. Tippy, L. Ward, J. Faber, J. Penquite, J. Fouke, P. Swink. Row 2: J. Osborn C. Brigcnian, J. McDonald, S. Little, S. Roberson, V. Loftus, B. George, J. Dctriek, L. Damuth, K. Edwards, G. Stephens. Row 3: N. Beasley, T Goodrich, S. Norman, L. Drexler, L. Tinsley, M. Coy, J. Whitlcs, J. Miller, C. Warner, L. Ondrc. Row 4: N. Linklater, K. Deebel, H. Uhl, T Roudebush, D. Ball, T. Johnson, B. Krug, S. Williams. Row 5: J. Halderman, N. Huls, B. Swartzel, A. Deacon, P. Forsthoff, S. Vogt, D. Matthews. i I ! E tflanagement of home and care of family are essential to an efficient household, as Careers in the home are just as important as any other position open to girls. 'uture Homemakers know. Members of this organization are girls enrolled in home economics in the east unit. Through class activities and club functions they gain :Xperience and knowledge that prepares them for their future as wives and mothers. Christmas parties with Future Homemakers are really great, as all those present would agree. Future Homemakers prepare for future Tow I, L-R: C, Johnson, S. Salyer, K. Bachand, S. Silvaggio, J. Fenton, N. Hart, B. Duhhs, NI. Smith, S. Frye, E. Earnhart. Row 2: M. Short, J. Horstnian, . Dougan, N. Lucas, L. Taulbee, B. Maas, R. Stewart, D. St. Felix, S. Baird. Row 3: D. Freeders, 31. Brower, T. Hendricks, S. Hayes, B. Peckholt, I. Bolin. Tow I, L-R: V. Wolfe, R. Copeland, C. Little, C. Dapice, S. Thacker, D. Foust, S. Mears, M. Stevens. Row 2: L. Neff, L. Lidie, M. Shockey, S. lk-Kelaita, L Hawn, B. Noyes, D. Bushong, R. Wells. Row 3: B. Rayburg, S. Filoso, B. Lutes, E. Riggs, C. Crews, S. Gaines, W. Fourton, J. Blair. Q6 Qx A .fax New low 1, L-R: S. Young, S. Lovingood, I. Williams, J. Hicks, C. West, P. Tanksley, D. Wagner, J. Weaver. Row 2: C. Burkes, D. Reinhard, Nl. Wuternittn, . Lewis, P, Watson, L. Denham, S. Roberson, J. Henn. Row 3: P. Herhst, J. Smith, L. Smoltz, M. Wenzler, L. Turley, B. Oosting, C. Wefler, M. Hair, S. Aehs. w,..,,,! fr! . Row 1, L-R: E. Whiteside, A. Common, D. Calihan, program chairman: J. Malone, treasurer, B. Weist, president, P. Berdahl, secretafyi J. Keto, vice president: C. Ning, P. Langston. Row 2: M. Palmer, G. Thomas, M. Foley, K. Jamison, T. Johnson, D. Davis, D. Schaffer, T. Nehez. Row 3: J. Huddle- sion E Brooks B, Buchholz B. Brownsberger, B. Walter, B. Drerup, J. Barber, C. Papp. Row 4: B. Batts, J. James, G. Jump, T. Merz, M. Selly M. h7oshimura,J,W. Benson, Owen. Row 5: R. Harrison, W. Zipf, R. Faehl, G. Strausbaugh, N. Rosenquist, D. Byrkett, T. Farr, R. Royston, R. Wells Science Club emphasizes individual initiative Sections of Science Club, such as the biology, chemistry, and ' physics clubs, give members a chance to develop their own talents and interests in the field of science. ln addition, some members have formed a Hliocket Clubw for those interested in various aspects of rockets and space travel. Science Club activities include field trips and speakers at meetings. One of the most important events of the year is the annual Science Fair held each spring, in which students dis- play their individual projects completed during the year. Adviser of the club is Mr. Blackmore. Officers are Paul Berdahl, secretary: Don Calihan, program chair- man: Jerry Malone, treasurer: Bill Weist, president: John Keto, vice-president. Row I, L-R: B. Kinnard, C. Palmer, J. Benson, R. Sillery, S. Baltrunat, D. Craft, J. Stemple, B. Ogle, C. Alspach, P. Rausch, P. Shaw. Row 2: J. Hal T. Dunson, P. Gaffney, R. Stoughton, J. Titterington, C. Darnell, F. Heller, D. Schaefer, J. Brunsman, B. Cray. Row 3: R. Holzen, T. Oosting, l Loveless, J. Pease, M. Little, P. Boysen, S. Dinsmore, K. Lamme, C. Beardsley, A. Davis, C. Warner. Row 4: J. True, C. Mitchell, D. Stemple, R Walters, D. Leff, B. Deis, F. Stepp, R. Papenbrock, M. Reilly, P. Calhoun. Row 5: B. McSherry, J. Kappeler, J. Wilkins, B. Kos, A. Hertz, S. Hoover G. Helser, S. Smith, P. Robertson. Such topics as topology, Boolean algebra, and logic are sub- jects of fascinating discussion for Math Club members. Complex constructions and number systems other than our own seem 'cout of this worldu to those not initiated to the deep thought involved in lVlath'Club meetings. This club meets informally to learn to understand the latest concepts in modern mathematics as well as the types of problems studied by the ancient Greeks. Anyone with a definite interest in mathematics should be sure to try a Math Club meeting for stimulating, educational discussion. Math Club delves into Bill Weist shows Tim Johnson how to construct the tangents to ankellipse. intriguing fields ow I L-H: J. Ross, P. Harrison, C. Aultz, D. Culbertson, D. Ulm, D. Shaffer, F. Heller. Row 2: C. Darnell, S. Ruhly, P. Rausch, T. Rader, D. Davis, Schaefer, J. Huddleston. Row 3: G. Tuttle, adviser, J. Sebert, D. Neyhouse, C. Flavin, B. Drerup, T. Johnson. Row 4: D. Calihan, J. Malone, P. 3erdahl, D. Lcff, J. Wilkins, B. Weist. Pattye Rausch and Cynthia Aultz stop for a few minutes of informal conversation in the lobby, a favorite Math Club hangout. I6 L 'P" Row I, L-R: l. Williams, .J. llilkv, K. Coloh. P. Shaffer, P. Calhoun, vice-prc'sicle11tg P. Hagctlon, st-tit-tary: J. lrwin, treasurer: J. Toll. 9. Menchen, J. lft-nlon. Xl. Shtllf, J. Sidwt-ll. N. Criffvn. Holt' 2: B. Barr, Xl. Rwh, N. 'l'hornton. J. Heikes, J. Sea, J. lngraliam, C. Cameron, K. Sohl, 5. Wlilloughhy, S. Ct-rt-son. ll. Ash, K. llacliuutl. S. Cook. Ron' 3: A. llrcwer, K. Conly, Y. Lucas. N. l,inklat1'r. K. litinkin, C. Alspacli, S. Dexter. L. Hoffman, S. llortlwm-ll, K. liizzo, S. Gustafson. lfozz' -I: C. Hart, C. Smith, P. llorstliofl, 9. Xlidgley. F. Loyingootl, K. Xurkanin, A. Davis, N. Wlurray, C. Crews, Xl. lluir, A. Clark, J. Stcucrt. Row 5: ll. l'l1'ilII1t', J. Squires, C. lfrumc, J. Clark, C. Finke, Coe, S. Flynn. M. Vice, ll. Wilkins, C. Warner, K. Moore, M. Patterson, L. McCurdy. Row 0: ll. Drake, D. Leif, B. Wilson, J. Harding,J. Keto. L ss... LL-, . E Kun' I. L-R: 5. Tilley, N. Cihson. J. Hint-liart, S. Trenary, J. Cuinphcll, J. Jortlan, J. lJEE'11l, K. Kirkcntlull, ll. lfaher, J. Roush, J. Brooks. lf. Horner. Row 2: ll. fykcs, C, Yllcnlingcr, ll. Mtirtiiic. X. Parisi, 5. Wlchcr, P. Pitchvr,'K. Atkins. C. Kuntz, A. .'Xnch-rson, C. Fchulnat. P. Cox, J. lfisllcr. K. Converse, J. Vvttrrl, l.. lxvrr. L. Doggett. Ron' fl: C. llcurtl, T. Roudehush. P. Wrist. C. Turner. X. Smyth, ll. Fl1llt'I', lf. Lowndes, E. Sturtcyanl, C. Smith, A. Leh- man. P. Price. J. Xlatlicny, C. lft-tl:-rh', .X. llutltlcn. R010 4: L, Stine, D. lfcton. D. Longo, V. Miller, P. l'vasc, A. Murch, S. Thompson, A. llcrtseliy. R. Smith. S. Nlih-s. C. l-Juchaine, C. Mundy, W. Eversolc. Row 5: C. Lt-liman. C. Wessendorf. J. Sharp, C. Jlcuillister, P. Reagan, J. Harm-r, A. Coninion, C. llook. 5. lluhel, D. Hill, S. Smith, N. Ctlsscl. Row 6: J. Howe, P. Rohm-rtson, M. Forth, P. Cooper, Nl. Jlaclclcn, T. Young, K. Klint, C. Dunham, F. Nitti, J. Yost. J. Shepard, E. Brooks, J. llutltllcston. Row 1. L-R: C. Jucohus, J. Fitzpatrick, C. Olt, S. Spaulding, E. Trcnncr, P. Braun, S. Wilson, J. Stn-lnplv, K. Dyhxig, S. Shonk, P. Banks, C. Betsch, C. lfurioli, S. Smith, C. Johnson. Rolo 2: D. Kinkade, K. Reagan, L. Tinsley, C. Hcntzell, B. Mirrus, ll. Drayton, J. Clark, K. Cohurn, D. Odom, J. 0,Neil, Nl. Royslaml. ll. Elnlnott, Lintlu 111-t-In-l, D. Kintly. Row 3: C. Owens, C. Cochcl, ll. Sturtcyant, S, Little, D. Merrill. S. Kohl, L. llarrctl, C. Shaffer, N. N1'WllIl, K. Haines. S. Dranrlt-nhurg. P. Harrison, L. Ben-he. J. Fenton. Rau' -1: lj. Lynch, F. Steinway, ll. Higgs, D. Wlinflsor. C. Xvcllon, K. Wick, J. Dillon, 5. Sl'llLll'l.i'l', B. Logston. K. Stuhr, C. Katlhflcisch, C. Jones, J. Dennis, M. Constahle, N. Hoxxlanc. Ron' 5: J. Braden, L. Lowring, N. Silas, 5. .NI1-lxillc. li. Stanton. K. Ryan, D. Critchcll, 14. Sogn, S. Ennnott. D. Kramer, P. Aszling, P. Huniphreys, K. Noes. 5 Parlez-vous francais? Try French Club Listening to a French speaker or movie is fascinating, though sometimes puzzling, as any French Cluh mcrnhcr would say. French Club programs ccntcr around communication in the French language. Holiday celebrations add colorful highlights to the yczufs schedule, also. This organizatiorfs chiei purpose is to further interest in the language and culture of France. Officers are Jill lrvin, trcasurerg Phil Calhoun, vice-prcsiclentg Charlotte Snyder, presi- dent, Pat Hagcdon, secretary. 'fu-AW-WWMMM '---- -- '- ' W .lim Kalat, Susie Ross, and Carole Baines put the finishing touches on a piano to be decorated for the A'Deutscher Verein" Christmas party. German Club chooses new name w I, L-R: B. Nead, G. Retsky, S. Stuckey, F. Kreizer, C. Brunsman, P. Hurley, V. Krajewski, L. Finegold, L. Osterman, P. Gebhart, G. Ning. Row 2: Sternberg, J. DeBra, D. Craft, R. Formichella, C. Smith, M. Bradford, C. Wilson, C. Schultheis, .l. Bach, R. Wick, S. Dickman, B. Gruber. Row 3: Titterington, J. Risko, M. Selby, J. Ortman, N. Dickey, S. Bookwalter, S. Baltrunat, C. Baines, D. Robinett, J. James, ,l. Kalat, M. Finnigan. Row 4: Bleck, S. Cyester, G. Delscamp, C. Darnell, K. Lamme, B. Maas, B. Hacker, D. Schaffer, J. Bruunsman, M. Selby, .l. Mullen. Row 5: R. Faehl, K. imsley, A. Hertz, J. Mulvaney, L. Waller, B. McClanahan, S. Ross, B. Madden, P. Hyde, D. McGohan, P. Manning, Mr. Schnier, adviser. German Club officers are Caroline Brunsman, president, Volker Krajewski, treasurerg Larry Finegold, vice-presidentg Pat Hurley, secretary. With a larger membership than ever before, 'GDeutscher Ve-rein," as German Club is now called, is inaugurating some interesting projects. This year, for the first time, the club has a constitution as Well as a newly-established library of German magazines and newspapers. Also, a German Club pin is avail- able to members. Outstanding programs for the year included the annual Christmas party, a German dinner, and a fascinating speaker, Gudrun Wessendorf, a Fairmont girl from Germany. Mr. Schnier is the clubis adviser. i 5 Row 1, L-R: S. Wliittles, C. Eng:-lliart, J. Tavaniello, F. Martin, program chairman, ll. Emmott, presidentg A. Pt-asc, secretary, C. Locke, treasurer, l Luwlurrn, S. Taylor, H. Suliurrm-r, B. Kinnard. Row 2: l'. Kuntz, K. Swigeart, C. Robison, B. Heller, R. Young, L. Curtis, P. Paddock, l.. Krause, 4 DeHuven, S. Harding, K. Dennis, G. Anglemyer. Raw 3: C. Alspach, B. Goin, S. Hitt-, C. Cault, H. Drakos, T. Robertson, E. Yoe, ll. Waterman, l Wiatts, S. Crossen, S. Ott, C. Kistler. Row 4: ll. Sucks, Xl. Rubin, K. Pinlistaff, 5. Alatlles, D. Nash, E. Trinnner. P. Marshall, J. lirundewie, R. A borts, K. Owen. Row 5: D. llurns, F. Looluner, L. Herr, C. Nassif, B. MeMurtrcy, J. Sebert, D. Waltlier, D. Wise, C. Popp. Row I, L-R: K. Arnold, Logan, M. Hauser, Speelit, C. Stouder, J. Seibert, C. James, C. O'Hara, J. Smith. Row 2: ll. Corsaw, M. Brock, C. Su incrs, L. Henderson, V. Wint, K. McClain, P. Sylvia, S. Xlesser, K. Deebel. Row 3: C. Frueauf, K. Gaddis, D. Deeter, D. Keller, H. Uhl, S. Byrd, Schmidt, D. Kroemer, S. Long. Row 4: N. Clark, S. Taylor, B. Leiter, R. Hufner, D. Faulkner, L. Auwers, ll. Houner, S.Watson. Culture of ancient Rome interests Latin Club members Anyone who has taken Latin is eligible for membership in Latin Club. At the meetings members can learn about Roman history and culture and also have fun with the language. One of the year's main features is the Roman banquet held in the spring. Latin classes take turns in producing the programs and providing refreshments. Adviser is Miss Davis. Officers: Andrea Pease, secretary, Dale Steuiple, vice-president, Connie Locke, treasurer: Sue Martin, program chairman, Barbara Ernmott, presi- dent. I64 A Y J T l ' ' dl ltr asurcr L Ntlson Iublifity llll'llI'lI1' l T'tnnt'r xit'm'p1'0side1it' ll Rlll-Il prc-'itlcnt ow l,L-R: .Suro, .Smit 1, asst.pres1dentg.l.VVoo ey, e .. 3 . , J r ' on t , .. t , ,- ,. , . 11, s . Q ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' 'li ROI 2' l llllI'Ill4Il K Cusliwx 'X S 'sk' K Criffomlll K. lhlllllill 5 lnvans, St'l1lt'lLlI'y, M. Knapp, program Chairman. ll. Dayton, E. lliilfllll . U . .. 1 o . . . .. .. ., . . upen- 5, . gr. , , Jolev K. lftlwurtls ll. Sliovlimw' K. Hot-flinfwr C. lrvin. How 3: .l. Zipf, li. llonson, K. 'lllll'Il4'l'. ff. Miller. .l. 'lTI't'I1ll4Illll, C. Kll4'llIl4'Ii, l., llroxler, ll alkeri K. Sltlll K., Waters. Rolf -I: A. Hiri-liltiv, V. Miller. B. Detcrs, .l. lliclxt-, Bl, Robbins, 5. llllllly, ll. Trout. X. lim-ttsvlty, 5. .lvnlxinm .l. llilnebaugll. 7lU 5.3 .l. llt-ss: l., Jones, C, Hull, M. Carnrigltt, .l. lsillllllllg, ,l. Busvlntr, l.. Cottseliall. .l. l.a1 lluv. l.. Xppo1m'llm'1', K. lllxtdley. Rolf' or .l. Knieritn 3.lCSl1CI'1'y, J. Pease, ll. Welch, T. Herz, W. Hollis, ll. Tate, K. Bradley. Piiiata party for Spanish Club at Christmas Interesting programs centered around the culture and lan- guage of Spain and Mexico compose the main part of Spanish Club activities. For instance, the Spanish Club Christmas party was patterned after a native party, with a pinata, filled with small prizes, to break. In addition, a Cuban refugee spoke to the club about his experiences. Through such programs, members of the club gain considerable knowledge of Spanish and Spanish- speaking countries and their people. Mr. Thompson is the Clubis adviser. Officers are .loan Tanner, vice-president, Jenny Vlfoodley, treats urvrg liarbara Rubin, prt-sicluntg and Ron Evans, secretary. ow I L-R: 5. Liston L. Watson S.Fi1l1I'114SY J. UN:-il, D. Eckliarclt, C. Stull. V. Duncan, ,l. Yun Harlingen, ff. llnlfluell, Cm-n Collins, C. Collins ow 2: R. llnrrison, M. Hutton, ll. Crolf, J. Burgess, C. Catnpller, L. VVl1itn1ort', J. Helxvl, 5. lfrilxson, R. ,lllll'Ilt'l', ll. llortl, B. Ut-ll. Ron' fi: l.. Vlficli . Lynch, C. Clark, .l. Taylor, T. Mills-r, Kirk, ll. Ogle, M. Brower, IJ. llrt-inn-r, T. llorcln-rs, ll. Cray. Rau: AJ: 'l'. Nlt-Clt-llan, T. llnnson, Il. Almcrnatlty . Fowler, li. Bartlett, S. Rumuloy, ll. Johnson, ll. Parker, N. Forgy, .l. Vauullfl, li- .lont-s. Row 5: T. Wvynn, li. Clay, .l. Dunn, T. llloyt-rs, Nl. .lamp-son ow 6: .l. Ricllardson, J. Anthony, .l. Allen, R. Hauser. ll. Crahani, M. lTll11Lllll'U,C.SlTLlUSlJLll1gLll. Steve Lowry, Veda Rowland, and Barbara Weaver hold a around tablew discussion on Russian. New Russian Club studies language not included in curriculum Fairmont this year has a new Club-the RL1SSiaI1 Club- bership in the club is purely voluntary. Russian Club meets which studies a language not included in the regular school every two Weeks, learning about the history, geography, culture, curriculum! Members have books from which they can do their and Customs Of Russia 35 well as its language, Mr, Janes and own studying, but there are no actual assignments since mem- Miss Davis are the advisers, Row I, L-R: M. Finnigan, vice-president, J. Trenholm, social chairman, J. Ross, treasurer, K. Hames, secretaryg K. Edwards, presidentg Veda Rowland Row 2: L. Hinchman, C. Darnell, A. Deacon, D. Craft, E. Hetrick, A. Supensky, M. Clark. Row 3: S. Lowry, P. Pitcher, P. Vickers, B. Weaver, P Paddock, J. VanHarlingen, J. Shepard. Row 4: D. Leif, S. Watson, C. McGraw, R. Arnold, P. Brown, G. Coleman. low 1, L-R: S. Pennington, M. Rubin, ICC representative, C. Baines, secretary: S. Emmott, vice-president: S. Sizer, president, S. Ross, vice-president: 1. Delaney, treasurer, M. Hay, J. Nemecek. Row 2: C. Young, B. Watson, M. Turner, J. Siddall, J. Ward, S. Wilson, D. O'Neal, K. Arnold, L. Good- aster, A. Selz. Row 3: L. Smiley, L. Michaels, L. Henderson, D. Wright, K. Gill, A. Paist, S. Norman, A. S. Austin, B. Weaver. Row 4: D. Deeter, 3. Rogers, D. Venard, C. Bellar, D. Phillips, P. Brock, C. Carvic. Y-Teens work together to serve others Meeting new friends, having fun, and receiving satisfaction by helping others are just a few of the rewards gained through membership in Y-Teens. N Through the inter-Club Council organization one meets Y-Teens from other schools. Activities such as a slumber party for forty girls and a spring picnic highlight the year's schedule. Y-Teens give themselves, too, through such projects as having a Christmas party for children at an orphanage and making small gifts for hospital patients. Y-Teens is an organization whose chief purpose is to help each member grow as a person, in fellowship with others. Regular meetings are held once a monthg membership is open to all girls. Miss Wilson is the chief adviser. discuss the agenda for the next meeting. Row 1, L-R: L. Watson, S. Menchen, E. Trimmer, S. Neidhamer, publicity chairman: J. Matheny, devotional chairman, C. Federle, program chairman, B. Heller, social chairman: C. Reese, service chairman. Row 2: C. Pyle, B. Maas, E. Lowndes, J. Risko, P. Swango, .l. Minor, I. Vollman, B. Spicer Row 3: M. White, D. Merrill, J. Lowder, N. Rowlane, S. Mathes, K. Pinkstaff, B. Emmott. Row 4: S. Gray, L. Auwers, L. Baker, C. Sanchez, B. DaLie K. Waters, S. Fraley. Betsy Heller, social chairman: Sandy Sizer, president: Cheryl Reese, service chairman: Carole Baines, scc- retaryg Shelagh Emniott and Susie Ross, vice-presidents' 1 1 Alpha Phiis activities this year were many and varied. They ' included selling auto decals printed with a shield and dragon "for all loyal Fairmontoniansf' This Hi-Y also sponsored an informal dance. At their meetings members have many interesting and edu- cational programs, such as speakers and movies. Service proj- ects that help the community and YMCA-sponsored projects com- pose an important part of Alpha Phi Hi-Y's activities. Alpha Phi Hi-Y officers are Keith Johnson, chaplain: Jerry Dodd, vice-president: Jeff Laurito, president, Doug Fink, sergeant-at-arms, Flip Fensel, secretary, and John Flatter, social chairman. Absent: Doug Kissell, treasurer. Alpha Phi Hi-Y largest of Hi-Y organizations Row I, L-R: T. Cyester, F. Fensel, secretary, D. Kissell, treasurerg K. Johnson, chaplain, J. Dodd, vice-president: J. Laurito, president, D. Fink, sergean' at-arms, D. Ruhlman, council representative. Row 2: G. Trout, T. Fraze, D. Willis, B. Ramaley, M. Virelli, B. Reinicke, P. Hyde, R. Dils. Row 3: J. M1 Clellan, T. Lightsey, J. Hinkley, J. Yost, H. Riffel, L. Beam, C. Appleton, G. Dolfman, G. Kormos. Row'4: B. Stevens, D. Buvinger, D. Burrows, I Saunders, J. Warner, J. Johnson, R. Martin, P. Calhoun, L. Allen. Row 5: T. Dunson, K. Norris, B. Cline, S. Cyester, R. Luken, N. Rosenquist, M. Mille: B. Schuerholz. Row 1, L-R: T. Haught, B. Miller, M. Schardt, J. Shaffer, L. Miller, C. Gill, C. Konicki, D. Moore, M. Stachler. Row 2: B. Wieland, B. Myers, Manley, B. Abernathy, B. Zart, B. Goodrich, B. Bell, S. Friedline. Row 3: T. Farr, L. Scott, K. Oishi, T. Kevern, D. Remhold, J. Millonig, D. Row 4: T. Moncrief, R. Strader, D. Cumming, D. Rike, D. Grotz, J. Dunn. amma Hi-Y officers are: seated, Jack Millard, sccretaryg Bob Bishop, residcntg Stove McMurdo, vice-preside-ntg standing, Dinny Dclcontivo, mplain: and Bill Hacker, treasurer. Bill Drerup and Tom l3iSalvo admire an original . . , poster announcing thc Gamma lll-Y dance. Gamma Hi-Y sponsors homecoming queen Gamma Hi-Y's active year reached an exciting peak then, after a week of enthusiastic campaigning, their candi- late. Kathy Moritz. was chosen to be lfairmontls 1963 lomecoming Queen. Gamma Hi-Y has entered into all school unctions with their traditional spirit and good will, for nstance, they sponsored a very successful dance after the 'roy basketball game. By helping decorate the unit lobbies nd the gymnasium during the Christmas season, members howed their willingness to serve their school and their ellow students. Members of this Hi-Y helped their sponsoring organi- zation, the YMCA, by giving: their time and effort to a work project at the YMCA day camp. "Heart Sunday", found Gamma i'Hi-Y-ersw collecting money for the Heart Fund drive. Besides these many worthwhile activities, there are regular meetings featuring interesting, educational movies or speakers on such topics as alcoholism or judog discussions subjects range from sports to religion. Gamma Hi-Y also held a party and a picnic for its members. Active participation in Hi-Y organizations such as this brings to all the satisfaction gained through fellowship and service to others. iw I: S. McMurdo, vice-presidentg B. Bishop, presidentg B. Hacker, treasurcrg T. DiSalvo, council representative. Row 2,5 B. Hoffman, D. Dclcontivo, aplaing J. Millard, secretaryg G. Helserg B. llrerup, cabinet representative. Row 3: B. Baker, B. Deis. Kappa Beta Hi-Y officers are: Bill McShcrry, treasurer, Barry Parks, secretary, Chuck McGraw, chaplaing .lohn Brunsman, presi- dent, Doug Esselman, vice-president. Kappa Beta Hi-Yis school activities included sponsoring Ann Common for homecoming queen. giving a school-wide dance-uThe Wilinie Wobblei'-Lifter a basketball game, and helping decorate the unit lobbies at Christmas time, as well as holding regular meetings. Programs at these meetings were concerned with such subjects as world affairs, social problems, and outside interests. Very active in promoting school functions, Kappa Beta Hi-Y also sponsored many YMCA activities. For instance, the members helped collect money for the Heart Fund and the Muscular Dystrophy Fund, held a Christmas party, and sent two teams to the annual Hi-Y Christmas basketball tournament. Like all Fairmont Hi-Y Clubs, X Kappa Beta is a worthwhile service organization providing fun and fellowship for all its members. Ed Mikesell and Mike Little, council representatives, dis- cuss the results of thc last meeting. Kappa Beta Hi-Y sponsors school dance Row 1: C. McGraw, chaplain, B. Parks, secretary, J. Brunsman, president, D. Esselman, 'vice-presidenlg C. Marshall, council representativeg B. McShcrrj treasurerg E. Mikesell, council representative, M. Little, council representative. Row 2: P. lNead, L. Sorncrwill, R. Lehmann, J. Rohinctt, T. Nehez, N Kemper, C. Ning, ,l. Pease. Row 3: A. Laquagbie, Lauderback, R. Meyers, C. Temple, J. Tiue, li. Kos, R. Thomason, B. Tate, K. Bradley. f 1 x f 5 E H a flow I, L-R: A. Davis, presidentg D. McCohan, chaplain, R. Wick, secretaryg P. Rolwrtson, viceaprc-sid:-nt: li. Hildebrand, treasurer, T, McCarthy, ser- zeant-at-armsg .l. Lunderman, council representative. Row 2: J. Henson, C. Alspach, li. Kinnard, D. Rausc-li. ,l. Edwards, I.. Wivk. .-X. Kisller, C. Coodriell. Row 3: C. Bossi, M, Maeder, K. Hoak, R. Wall, R. Rothfuss, T. Borchers, S. Pest:-r, R. Exans. Row -1: li. Kinnard, .l. Sommer, fl. lim-ard, S. Lemon, D. Bean- Jlossom, H. Criffen, G. Dunham, ,l. Snyder. Row 5: B. Skinner, J. Wise, J. Harding, F. Jones, D. Sternple, D. Eagle, C. Downing, li. Madden. Rau' 0: l'. Davis, D. Helm, F. MCNeer, .l. Cessaman, T. Oosting, R. Hobxen, E. Loveless, 5.Fri1'kz-. Theta Hi-Y helps needy family at Christmas I rx u VI r' Purple-and-white victory cards sold by Theta Hi-Y sparked school spirit during football and basketball season. This is Theta,s fourth year for selling these original cards to the student body. Another money-making project was an after-the-game dance. Worthy service projects included Collecting money for the annual Heart Fund drive and helping a needy family during the Christmas season by giving baskets of food supplies. Interesting programs included speakers, movies, and discussions on various subjects of interest. Jack Harding, Tim Oosting, and Dale Stemple exemplify the school spirit of Theta Hi-Y members. Promoting the sale of vii-tory cards are Theta Hi-Y officers: Richie l Wick, secretary, Dan Mvtlohan, chaplaing Bill Hildebrand, treas- urer, Alex Davis, president, Phil Robertson, vice-president. Row I: L. Woolf, secretaryg D. Woodward, treasurerg B. Robeson, presidentg C. Wogaman, vice-president, C. Aultz, social chairman. Row 2: D. Eckhardt, C. Farioli, S. Gereson, J. Horstman, B. Stump, D. Weller, D. Vyszenski, D. Apple, S. Ruhly, R. Formicliella, .l. Bach, J. Papenbrock, B. Houser, P. Klein. Row 3: K. Atkins, ,l. Stemple, S. Weber, K. Dybvig, D. Nash, C. Baines, B. Stanton, P. Banks, V. Lloyd, M. Risli, C. Theiss, M. Weyrauch, L. Smiley, K. Sohl, S. Forthofer, D. Windsor. Row 4: L. Barrett, J. Dillon, C. Snyder, J. Serianni, D. Minnick, J. Flatter, D. Hulsman, E. Brooks, P. Hyde, M. Barnes, J. Kalat, R. Batts, J. Klitcli, S. Forth, K. Lamme. Speech students earn points for NFL Speech students qualify for membership in the National Forensic League by earning points through public speaking. First, second, third, and fourth place ratings ir1 speech contests merit points which are credited toward a first-degree pin and eligibility for membership in this organization. Service points count, toog these are earned by speaking to church groups or similar organizations outside of regu- lar school activities in the speech field. Fairmontis NFL chapter has always been very active and has often distinguished itself in contests on the state and national level. Such competitive events as the Prince of Peace and Voice of Democ- racy contests attract Fairmont NFL members. There are also divisions in the regular speech competition: Girls, Extemporaneous, Boys' Extemporaneous, Original Oratory, Humorous Declamation, Dramatic Declamation, and Oratorical Declamation. Miss Funck and Mr. Kuldau are advisers. Brenda Stump demonstrates her dramatic ability and speak- -- - ing talent through NFL participation. 1 NFL officers-Laura Woolf, secretaryg Donna Wood- ward, treasurerg Bud Robeson, president, Georgia Wogaman, vice-president, Cynthia Aultz, social chair- man-enjoy the self-expression and fellowship of those with common interests found in this organization. I 2 Bill Wiesmann, interested in 'Lextempv-extemporaneous speaking--does not prepare material ahead of time. Debate Team discusses common market for West Row 1: C. Darnell, J. Trenholm, J. Northup, C. Massie, J. Hess, B. Wiesmann, J. Barber. Row 2: B. Kinnard, B. Horton, M. Finnigan, S. Jones, D. Osborn, B. Welch, W. Zipf. Row 3: L. Waller, D. Ecton, M. Denlinger, L. Harzenski, B. Hildebrand, J. James, D. Miller. Debaters Bill Hildebrand and Donna Ecton work diligently and enthusiastically on research. Debaters find that much research is necessary to determine the best arguments pro and con of the topic being discussed. This yearls topic is ullesolved: That the United States Should Promote a Common Market for the Western Hemispheref' Negative and affirmative teams argue this topic and participate in debate tour- naments on .the local, district, and state levels. Our debate teams, who owe much of their success to their adviser, Miss Funck, had a good year and made fine showings at these competitive events. F t Editor-in-chief, Jim Schwoebel, finds that proof- reading is a big part of his job. Each page must be checked at least three times before being sent to the publisher. r t '63 DRAGON becomes mirror of past, Barbara Stapleton, activities editorg and Peggy Knox and Elaine Brewster, faculty and academics editors: review old yearbooks to avoid repetition in their sections. Traditional purple and white touched with the modern feature of color photography highlight the '63 Dragon-the best ever! Months of planning and hard work culminated in the production of this fabulous yearbook. This Dragon, however, is far more than a yearbookg it is a priceless collection of delight- ful memories locked forever in the treasure chest of pictures and the printed word. Reflecting on Fairmontis great history and tradition of out- standing achievements, the yearbook staff dedicated themselves to designing a book representative of the great tradition of Fairmont, but tinged with a glance toward the future, the two Fairmonts. Fresh, new ideas mingle with golden memories of this year and all our years at Fairmont. With diligent effort and unshakable enthusiasm the 763 yearbook staff created for fresh ideas. Marti Miller, photo salesg Ann Lehman busi ness patronsg Mary Hatfield, girls sports editorg and Gil Wefler, parent patrons find that studying other yearbooks helps give them rUllliS6 of 'fUi'Ul'9 lairmont a treasure of Wllraditions . . . with a Touch of To- lorrowfi Meeting deadlines, accepting responsibility, working with thers, developing individual talents-work on the yearbook staff ivolves all of these things. Besides learning about journalism self, staff members teach themselves, increase their efficiency, nd develop good techniques through experience and practice. 'houghts of the long hours spent and the sometimes exacting etail work vanish when the long-awaited day arrives-the day 'hen the finished product comes from the publisher. There are mumerable rewards gained in working on the yearbook staff, ut perhaps none is so great as the satisfaction and pride in a ob well done. ccuracy and original layouts present problems for: Lynn Hoffman, head ction editor, Dianne Matthews, senior sectiong Arnette Meyers, sophomore ctiong Veda Rowland, junior section, Jackie Penquite, assistant head section litor. Sandy Brown, co-editor, and Marlene Oishi, art editorg discuss layout design with Mrs. Nolan, editorial adviser. Yearbook staff members must he artists, secretaries, photographers, writers, errand boys, and editors all at once, as these staff members will agree: Sue Fadeley, photo indexg Bill Watson, associate editorg Stasia Clark, photo schedulerg Sandy Sizer, copy editorg Sharon Kirk, beauty-section editor. Judy Fouke, business manager, Penny Bainter, subscriptionsg and Kathy Green, photographer, confer with business adviser Mr. Huffman about their records and accounts. Producing a newspaper involves not only reporting and writing but record-keeping and money-handling, as Carolyn Herron, Terese Johnson, Sally Sherman, and Kathy Hollis, members of the business staff, will agree. Section editors Ron Ellington, Bonnie Albright, Carol Whitfield, Ellen Law, and Donna Eckhardt view the results of their long hard work. Caroline Brunsman, Dragon Tales editor, is kept busy with such tasks as proofreading news stories. Production of DRAGON TALE! Reorganization ofthe newspaper staff and beginning witl a new adviser, Mr. Smith, gave Dragon Tales a fresh start fo the '62-,63 school year. There are now section editors instea4 of page editors, and a public relations manager has been added lnexperience may have been at first a problem for the staff, 0 which only three had previous training, however, all sixteel staff members soon learned the mechanics of producing a news paper and co-ordinating the staffis activities. Planning articles is the first step in organizing an issue 0 the paper, then reporters gather news and write their stories Section editors, the editor-in-chief, and the adviser in turl is complex but efficient proofread the stories. Revised and corrected, copy goes to the typesetter who returns "galley proofs," long strips of paper printed with all the copy. These galleys are cut up and ar- ranged in "paste-ups," which are again submitted to the type- setter. This time he sends back proof pagesg the staff corrects them and sends them to the printer, who produces the newspaper in its final form. Distribution to the student body is the last step in the process. Highlighting the year for Dragon Tales was the production Jf a special homecoming Hextraf' The newspaper staff also sold :his year's student directories. Classroom, lectures are as much a part of working on the newspaper as reporting. ,'m.,,...mf,,1 .v ummm Barbara Emmott, Darlene Sones, and Linda Staup, acting as reporters, write and rewrite their news stories. Bill Wiesmann, photographer, receives his next assignment from Betty Emmott, photography editor. Row I: S. Fadely, .l. Rittenhouse, A. Paist, S. Brown, C. Goebel, S. Chakrian. Row 2: E. Hendrick, ll. Wells, C. Hedges, C. Darnell, D. Apple. Row 3: A. Johnson, B. Horton, D. Burns, D. Leif, M. Finnigan. Wise Fools discussions stimulate deep thought Discussions of almost every conceivable subject are fascinating to Fairmontis Wise Fools. Unlimited numbers of topics provide an inexhaustible supply of thought-provoking questions. Literature, philosophy, and religion are some of the wide areas of interest considered in Wise Fools' biweekly meetings. Speakers introduce new fields of thought to the Like most Wise Fools, Susan Chakrian and Mike Finnigan enjoy as a favorite pastime the stimulating conversation. Literature, a frequent topic of discussion lor Wise Fools, interests Bever Wells and Gayle Hedges. club members. One of the special programs of the year was the presentation of cuttings from Shakespearels famous play Othello. Members of this organization have innumerable opportunities for deep original thinking and intelligent discussion. ly Youth for Christ olficersiBetsy Fox, secretary-treasurer, Ron Ellington, president, and Gayle Hedges, vice-presi- dent-seem to find something interesting on the other end of the line. Youth for Christ panel on radio Youth for Christ provides for young people a chance for fellowship and personal growth. Members meet those from other churches in Kettering and throughout the area. YFC organizations in the Dayton area hold rallies each Saturday at the Christian Activities Center and sponsor Teen Olympics in basketball, volleyball, swimming, and tennis. Our YFC chapter meets biweekly for fellowship and pro- grams. These programs include speakers and discussions. This year a YFC panel was featured on radio station WFCJ. Other highlights were a semiformal Christmas party and a spring picnic. Dan Stevens, Anne Paist, and Jim Bradfield, YFC members, chat for a few minutes in the student activity room. 7w I: C. Turner, P. Wyckoff, B. Parks, publicity chairman, C. Hedges, vice-president, B. Fox, secretary-treasurer, B. Ellington, president, J. Smith, publicity airman. Row 2: E. Friend Couser, adviser, V. Rowland, K. Dennis, C. Wilson, J. Uhrig, S. Badger, L. .Ward, S. Kniess, Row 3: S. Brown, L. Black, J. Famer, B. Patrick, A. Paist, B. Heller, S. Smith, C. Bryant, J. Stemple. Row 4: J. Mitchell, C. Shadowens, K. Moody, C. Meeks, S. Brown, M. McCandless, . Smart, V. Cheating. Row 5: C. Hochstetler, J. Bradfield, S. Pierce, L. Ayres, C. Darnell, L. Peck, D. Stevens, E. Winklc. Jim Sebert, Edgar Lawrence, and Jan Trenholm find the "sport of kings" fascinating and absorbing. Chess Club organizes chess team, participates in matches Until this year, Chess Club was chiefly concerned with playing chess at each meeting. This year, however, the club has brought forth a challenging innovation-a chess team. This team takes part in matches with other schools. Mem- bers of the club compete for places on the team, and all on the team are open to challenge from others. Of course, playing chess forms the core of each meeting, thus enabling members to 'ikeep in shapef' Chess is a real challenge to everyone, and through this club one may find an excellent opportunity to develop his mental ability. Row 1: J. Trenholm, M. Corsaw, J. Merrill, E. Lawrence, presidentg J. Roberts, D. Shackleford, D. Billing. Row 2: J. Sommer, J. Sebert, R. Gross, A. Her K. Williams, G. Long, P. Richards. Row 3: L. Becken, D. Burns, D. Leif, J. Kappler, J. Wilkins, B. Hill, D. Grotz. X Norm Kern, president, and Sharon Marshall, secretary- treasurer, check the bulletins for important announce- ITICIIIS. Photography Club studies techniques Row I: S. Marshall, secretary-treasurr-rg li. Hcrtel, N. Kern, presidentg U. Harwood, .l. Hobinvtl. Learning about photography procedures and equipment is one of the chief activities of Photography Club. Members discuss different types of photographic paper, film, and slides, as well as cameras and projectors of all kinds. All members are actively interested in taking good pictures with different types of equipment: they analyze and judge their pictures and try to improve their own techniques. Speakers, such as news photographers from local papers, help teach fine points of specialized photography. Anyone interested in any phase of photographic work would find this organiza- tion interesting and informative. Daw Harwood and Mal Foley prove that Photo Club members are drawn to cameras like bears to honey. l Row 1: B. Saemann, B. Hill, secretaryg T. Hutcheson, vice-president, D. Witt, president, J. Stemple, treasurer, G. Retske, project chairman, Mr adviser. Row 2: J. Lusk, K. Medcalf, S. Kender, F. Heller, T. Jackson, J. Titterington, D. Mozak, J. Fitzpatrick, D. Hodges. Row 3: J. De Haven, T. Barke M. Bliss, T. Johnson, M. Little, R. Schoenmeyer, J. Schafer, M. Selby. Row 4: B. Lookahaugh, J. Wilkins, J. Murray, G. Jump, B. Weist, A. Elam, L. Some will, G. Dolfman, D. Wallace. Electronics Club begins second year at Fairmont To create interest and to increase ap- Mr. Roberts, club adviser, conducts preciation of electricity remains the princi- field trips with the members and hosts pal objective of the Electronics Club in its guest speakers at their meetings. second year at Fairmont. Creg Dolfman, Tim Johnson, and Bob Hill inspect this signal generator used in radio work. X 't' 54.13 l It tit! 4 f Yancy Lucas, zommittee. .5-' Gayle Hodgki s - Mn hifi 11 Purple-and-white signs brighten the campus on Monday . . . and down they come on Friday. nson, and Sandi Salyer work as the sign Molly Rubin and Carla Farioli help with the dismantling act. Pep Club bolsters school Every Monday Fairmont's walls are plastered with signs. spirit 1 100. Pep announcements each week spur the student body on to its climax-the big game. Caravans of "Fighting Fairmont Dragonsi' wend their way to those all-important out-of-town games. Who is responsible for promoting all these activi- ties? None other than Pep Clubl Besides these not-so-ordinary spirit-building activities, Pep Club also sponsored a dance during the football season and built a huge bonfire for a pep rally during the week of the homecoming queen campaign. One of the largest X organizations on campus, Pep Club is very influential in building the enthusiasm and HOW spirit that is Fairmont's tradition. V Pep Club officers are: Janet Fenton, second semester presidentg Donna Woodward, first semester presidentg Carole Stull, secretaryg Irene Argue, social chairmang Peggy Knox, treasurer. Absent: Kathy Golob, vice president. Members of the committee for the Pep Club dance held during the football season included Irene Argue, Kathy Colob, Debbie Nash, and Sharon Kirk. Traditional Fairmont spirit is evident in girls' inter- scholastic sports, too, as the basketball team members show. GAA offers wide variety in girls' sports GAA Board members are D. Coughlin, B. Stapleton, S. Vogt, president, D. Donson, and G. Goode. Sharon Kirk finds that kicking the ball is much easier than trying to hit it with that 'upside-down cane-hockey stick, that is. l84 Girls' sports as extracurricular activities are organized through the Girls' Athletic Association. About five hundred girls are members of GAA. They earn points by participat- ing in sports programs in order to qualify for a yearly award and or a cumulative award at the end of the senior year. Each year GAA sponsors a turnabout dance and a trip to Cincinnatiis Coney Island as well as the awards program. lnterscholastic sports at Fairmont include field hockey, Volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, softball, and tennis. Com- petition is keen for membership on these teams. However, the intramural program is open to all girls, the wide variety includes field hockey, volleyball, bowling, basketball, table tennis, fencing, badminton, softball, tennis, and golf. It is through GAA that Fairmont has acquired an active interest in all fields of girls' sports. ow 1: J. Shafferg L. Mitchellg C. Scotty G. Mooreg G. Troutg D. Fisherg M. Maeder, presidentg C. Withrowg T. Darby, vice-presidentg B. Fosterg A. eorgeg K. Boakg J. Hill: K. Johnsong B. Reinickeg L. Hildebrandtg T. Madden. Row 2: B. Edwards, D. Lobog J. Kuntzg B. Robesong R. Hewittg T. etterg B. Callowayg H. Rogerog P. Yong T. Poulosg N. Harroldg D. Robisong P. Fenselg T. Raderg W. Zipfg R. Evans. Row 3: J. Shartleg D. Fosterg . Weberg J. Edwardsg B. McElyeag D. Muellerg B. Abernathyg J. McClellang M. Zimmermang D. Schaeferg L. Kniessg P. Calhoun, P. Robertsong G. arlowg J. Todd. Row 4: L. Loeschg D. Burrowsg G. Kormosg D. McKenzicg B. Millerg J. Flatterg L. Beattyg B. Keeneyg C. Beasong R. Stoughton . Reeseg P. Caffneyg T. Metzg J. Readeyg J. Kingg J. Beadeyg D. Molineg T. Bo'hardtg V. Krajewski. Varsity "F" Club sells programs Lettermen in Fairmonfs Varsity sports are eligible for membership in the Varsity "Fw Club. Participation in an interscholastic sport is the basis for judging who earns letters. Dragons can receive letters in football, cross-country, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, track, tennis, baseball, and golf. Gymnastics was just recently added to the list of sports in which an athlete can earn a letter. Members of this organization sell programs at basketball and football games and have other money-making programs. Adviser is Mr. Z Wagner. Jim Todd and Gary Harlow participate in Varsity "F" by selling programs. Varsity HF" officers are: Tom Uarby, vice-president, Mike Maeder, prcsidentg Rick Geatty, secretary-treasurer. 1 y-HGH ll' g, 5R1NG. Sports il Fcnsvl, vuptuirl uf ilu- QlfIllIlL15liC team, performs on tht- side hors Row 1: J. King, R. Ceatty, B. Foster, D. Fisher, C. Moore, C, Withrow, M. Schardt, A. George, D. Loho, T. Darby. Row 2: C. Trout, J. Kuntz, ll. Edwards, D. Moore, J. Hill, G. Scott, L. Knciss, P. Yon, J. McClellan, J. Hensley, D. Sensenlmaugh. Row 3: J. Shartle, B. Miller, B. Abernathy, D. Mueller, H. Rogero, B. Keeney, T. Leonard, J. Uverholser, L. Hinch- man, L. Beatty, Mr. Ashworth, team traincr. Row 4: J. Hoover, head coach: D. Fender, coach: D. Baker, M. Graham, C. Smith, B. Calloway T. Elliot, J. Hines, J. Crossley, S. Jones, T. Mallet, coach: B. Hildreth coach. Row 5: J. Flanders, K, Isbell, D. Laycox, E. Caskey, J. Hart, J Todd, NI. Hill, Alexander, P. Thompson, B. Stuckey, C. McSherry, B Bunting, D. Pugh, chaplain. Row 6: B. Odom, D. Salyers, S. Baty J. Jacobs, L. Scott, B. Skinner, R. Schalnat, T. Kramer, M. Arnold, L 1962 Football team attains excellen Endless hours of meetings, practices, and conferences fill the lives of Fairmont's coaches. They are Terry Mallett: Jim Hoover, Head Coach, Duane Fender, Bob Hildreth. 1 1 , , .. K1 ,, 1, , . .. ' .M " ' "' f QNQQF .. , eil SCORES Fairmont ,,,,,7 2-11 Marion Fairmont 7 28 Springfield 77 7 Fairmont 6 Chaminade 7 77 Fairmont 6 Xenia 7 7 7 Fairmont 77 20 Greenville 7 Fairmont 77 7 lll Fairborn 7 Fairmont 77777 0 Piqua 7777777 Fairmont 28 Nliamisburg Fairmont 7777 ll Troy 77777 7777 7 7 Fairmont 7777777 36 Sidney 7777 7 Dietz, J. Snyder, T. Bohart. Row 7: J. Armocida, B. Chaney, O. Hall, J. Combs, D. Abernathy, D. Altenburg, G. Jollay, J. Rench, T. Sharrit, . Johnson, K. Oishi, D. Colvin, R. Jones. Row 8: D. Beanblossom, J. rlulvaney, A. Weber, P. Fowler, M. Denka, L. Minnick, J. Miller, P. fogan, D. Reed, B. Wellmeire, B. Withrow, J. Nixon. Row 9: L. Wick, K. Ziph, B. Watson, C. Beason, J. Moody, D. Eagle. 7-2- 1 record 1963 was a year of surprises, both good and bad for he Dragon gridders. Coach Hoover's excellent conditioning Jrogram paid off early with impressive wins over three Jerennial state powers. The first week the Dragons traveled wer 90 miles to Marion, Ohio, for their longest road trip of he season, but seemed not in the least bit affected by it when 1 sparkling second half performance led them by the Presi- lents with a score of 24 to 7. The following Friday the Jragons played a poor host to Springfield South by defeat- ng them 28 to 20 in an exciting offensive battle. 'Q' Co-Captains Gary Moore and Calvin Withrow led the Dragons to another successful season. Calvin Withrow f45J, Fairmont's top tackler, sets his sights on another victim. Dragons clown Chaminade week built up to its usual climax when a determined Drager eleven took the field. Victory was the only thought in every team member? mind, and a steady offense and stingg defense turned their thoughts into re ality. Our 6 to 0 victory over thf Eagles was a true uteamv achievement This year,s MVL proved to be stronger than the Dragons had antici pated. The sky high Xenia Buccaneers out fought the Dragons to begin theii quest for the championship. After eas ily handling Greenville, We had tc m Darby, lack King, and Bill Foster, look lor tlle blocks that will help Cary Scott pick some valuable yardage. Ihamincade, Top ,tle for a tie after outgaining and out lying Fairborn. Piqua then gained Jenge for many years of defeat by ailing the Dragons, homecoming. At this point many teams would ve quit, but the Dragons upheld their hting spirit and came roaring back th a victory over Miamisburg. The lowing week we ruined Troy's bid ' a MVL title, and played one of r best games in the process. Another e season was completed with a vic- y over Sidney. Troy Three Fairmont defensive men prepare to smother a Cliuminade ball carrier Bill Foster, QB Gary Moore, HB Jim Kuntz, G Dave Lobo, HB Senior Dragon: Augie George, G Calvin Withrow, E Bill Foster's block helps Dave Fisher chalk up big yardage against Chaminade. :pheld our football fortunes Bob Edwards, E George Trout, T Cary Scott, FB J im Hill, G Dave Fisher, FB Tom Darby, HB Rick Geatty, T Jack King, C Lee Kneiss, T Row I: B. Mclflyea, R. Stoughton, J. Schaffer, J. Huthison, ,l. Flatter, ,l. Launito, T. Poulos, D. Reese, L. Hildebrandt. Row 2: P. Heiland, P. Gaffnej D. Burrows. K. Prugh, P. Hyde, .l. Dodd, B. Rix, K. Shelley, T. Vetters, Coach Bateson, Row 3: D. McKenzie, J. Harding, D. Tompkins, B. Frick, B. Wrigh T. Dunson. A. Huff, D. MeGilvery, N. Charske, Student Teacher. Cross-country team captures MVL crown Fairmont,s cross-country team got off to a slow start this year by losing two dual meets early in the season. Suddenly, they caught their second wind and were on their way to a successful season. Steady improvement came with each meet, and as the season progressed the Dragon harriers began to place high in the 'tbigw meets. Second place in the Fairview invita- tional, a MVL crown, and a runner-up spot in the District meet all helped to qualify the Dragons for a trip to the state meet in Columbus. There the cross-country team placed l a strong eighth to complete one of its finest seasons in recent years. lt was the running of Paul Gaffney and the other underclassmen that helped make the Dragons become a real team. SCORES Fairmont ,,77, ...,, , 43 Fairmont, ,,7, ,,,,77, 2 5 Fairmont , ,,,,, ..o, 2 8 Fairmont Y,o,o ,,,ooo 2 6 Fairmont, Y , 21 Fairmont ,,o,.,, ,.,.,,o 2 0 Fairmont,,,,m ,,,,,,t,23 Fairmont ..Y.., . .,,o,o 2-L Fairmont ,,,,o,o ,.,,,,o, 1 9 Fairmont., a,,,,,, , a,,,.,...,,,..oo S15 Lowell Thomas Invitational Bowling Green Relays ,,,.,eeeee, Fairview Invitational ,,,t, Miami Valley League .,,,.. District Meet , State Meet ,,,,t, Chaminade t,,ttt 16 Miamisburg ,,,,, ,i..,t,, 3 0 Jefferson i 7 ,,tt .,..,,, , 27 Columbus East ,,,t,,,tit.... 41 Lima ...,r.,.,.t e.,,.. ,..,,, , , 53 Troy ,t,t.tt ,,t. .ttt 40 Springfield South ,.,,,,,.,. 42 Springfield North ..,,,,,... 64 Piqua ,,,,.e,.t.ttt,tt,t 38 Xenia .,t,, ,,,t. 3 7 Fairborn .,,t.. .,...,.. 4 4 Greenville ,,,,,,t,t.,,,....t.... 50 2nd-11 Teams ,,..,,,,,l0th-40 Teams ,t.W2nd-14 Teams lst- 7 Teams .S ..,,, 2nd-19 tiui 8th-21 and 8th place in state Teams Teams n Poulos, Paul Gaffney, Rick Stoughton, John Flatter, Jerry Hutchison, Bill McElyea, and s Hildebrandt all know endless hours of practice are needed to achieve success in cross mtry. A - John Flatter passes two men to finish sixth in the Fairview Invitational. Trophy winners were: Row 1: Jack King-best offensive line- man, Cary Moore-most coacha- ble senior, Calvin Withrow-best defensive interior, Dave Fisher- best offensive buck, George Trout fmost improved, football. Row 2: Dave Lobo-best defensive back, Tom Darby-most spirited senior. Jerry Hutchison-most im- proved, cross countryg John Flatter-most valuable, cross country. Rod Miller, Dave Muel- ler, and .lim Overholser-were elected tri-captains for 1963. Fall Sports' Banquet honors athletes John Flutter looks on approvingly us Couch Buteson presents Jerry Hutchison his award for being our most improved cross country runner. Each year at the Fall Sports, Banquet the members of the football. cross-country teams, and the cheerleaders are honored for their achievements during the current season. High point of this year's banquet was the presentation of a trophy signifying a Miami Valley League championship in cross- country. Gary Moore receives trophy from Coach Hoover for being mo coachablc senior. ww 1: B. Foster, D. Trigg, J. Moore, R. Hild, S. Clark, L. Nellis, M. Harold, M. Sexton, T. Borchers l Lamb L 'NICNLW Row Z Coach Perry R iller, ,l. llielerle, T. Hutchinson, P. Fensel, B. Hill, B. Ricks, L. Scott, J. Miller, 'l'.Ja1:kson. Gymnastic team lst in state Due to the excellent guidance of Coach Don Perry, Fairmontis gymnastic team established the type of record that is traditional of all Fairmont teams. Steady improve- ment throughout the season was climaxed with the Dragon gymnasts' big victory in the state meet. SCORES Fairmont 85 Meaclowdale 43 Fairmont 58 Belmont 70 Fairmont 66LQ Belmont 6115 Fairmont 76 Meadowdale 52 Fairmont 76 Stivers . 52 Fairmont 57 Stebbins 35 3rd in Hamilton Taft Invitational Fairmont.,!1-7 Parkersburg , 81 Fairmont,.72 Garfield . ..... 39 lst in State gymnastic meet m Moore ex 4-t: utes a back flip on the trampoline. Skip f ldfk 11210110 ills WI' 'ff 1 11111 SMU Larry Nellis demonstrates the Japanese Splits. Row I: Coach Mallett, B. Cantrell, Greg Kormos, D. Foster, G. Trout, M. Maeder, D. Buvinger, D. Burrows, B. Rix, T. Felkley, Coach Bateson. Row 2: f Wycoff, G. Esposito, L. Beam, G. Weber, L. Dietz, Gary Sandy, J. Shartle, Keith Sandy, T. Haught, D. Dorosky, B. Ramaley. Row 3: J. Moody, R. Holze B. Calloway, R. Johnson, J. Todd, R. Houck, B. Brownsburger, B. Alspach, K. Dick, T. Vetters. Row 4: J. Nixon, W. Reed, T. Dunson, L. Finegold, Browi K. Isbell, J. Armocida, R. DuVall, T. Sharrit, D. Kothman, A. Sallee. Grapplers cop MVL with 17-0 Record Don Foster waits for his opponent to make the next move. Captain Mike Maedcr counters opponent's attempt to sit out. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont t,,,,.,, ,,,,, , Fairmont ,,t,t,t, Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont SCORES 51 Princeton ,,,,, 43 Reading 7 ,, 23 Roosevelt .,,, , 27 Stebbins ,,,, 47 Kiser t,,tt,,,, , 20 Beavercreek ,,,,, , 34 Troy ,,,,t ,,,t.,t,,t -17 Bellefontaine ,,tt 25 Xenia . ,,,..,. . 22 Richmond ,....,,,,, 34 Colonel White ,,,r, tr., 24 Franklin Heights 20 Northmont ,,tt, 37 Belmont ,,,,,,. 1-5 Meadowclale ,...t, 30 32 Piqua ,t,t,,,,,t,,,t,,tt..t,,. Graham Local ,,,.t t,,. Six seniors and a score of underclassmen led the V163 wrestling team to its most suc- cessful season ever. Seventeen dual matches without a flefeat aml ll NIVL crown were among the laurels won hy this year? loam. Nine quarter-finalists lecl the Dragon matmen into the final rounds of competition. With these quarter-finalists rifle Fairmontis hopes for district and state honors. Greg Kormos gains valuable riding time against Richmond opponent This was the result ofa pinning combination hy Dick Burrows. in-k Rt-ddey, D. Moline, ,lim livudey, S. Lowry, L. Allen, ,l. Wrmnes, J. Quast, l'. lllllllitllll, ll. Krynzel, ll. Clint-, C. West, M. Zimmerman, S. Logan, D. RHI , . , . 1lHlllL.l. Qombs, C.0Lll'll btuvlwy. Basketball team has 16-7 record, wins Kettering 1963 proved to he a successful season for our basketball team. In the opening game, the Dragons outmanned the Kiser Panthers, then the following night knocked off a strong Lima team in a hard fought battle. Against Wilbur Wright the Fairmont Cagers played one of their best games of the season, easily defeat- ing the Pilots by 20 points. ,lim Hcadey, ,eyes glued to the basket, ignores two Fairborn play- ers' attempts to distract him. qw, -x 9 QQ X' 35:5 N, xwf A Mi gg. mg, x A, aww, www 'E 3 2 f Fairmont's zone press really stymies Roth player. Fairmont opened its defense of the MVL witf a big victory over Xenia. Greenville succumbei to the Dragons, hot shooting hands the next wee when Fairmont hit over 6021 from the floor. Fairborn gave the Dragons a fourth quarte scare before we were able to pull away with a sir point victory. Upset-minded Piqua managed to dez the Dragons their first defeat in league compet tion, but it took four overtimes and a score of 9 to 03 to do it. Middletown invaded the Dragons' den the fo lowing night, and once again escaped with a wir Somehow the Middies managed to hold on fc a 57 to 56 triumph. Fairmont seemed to he on the comeback tra when they beat Miamisburg, but Troy, the eventu: MVL Champs, sidetracked us with our secon league defeat. Wins over Sidney and Colonf White prepared the Dragons for their big conte: with Belmont, the city league champs. Exceller outside shooting and a tight defense put the gan on ice for Fairmont. Unfortunately an ineligib player's appearance caused us to forfeit the game week later. Quarterfinal action against Beavercreek has its rough moments. O Cagers take second In Dragon starters receive a much-needed rest during tournament action. Dan Krynzel tips in an errant shot against Meadowdale in the district semifinals. district tournament In the District Basketball Tournament the Dragons opened in grand style by defeating Greenview by 4-3 points. and setting a new school scoring record of 90 points in the prof-ess. Roth fell to the hot-handed Dragons via a 52 point second half. Beaverereek was next to go. as the Dragons kept ax eraging around 80 points a game. ln the semifinals Fairmont held off a fourth quarter challenge to defeat Meadowdale 45 to 110. Chaminade om-e again proved rough to handle, as the Eagles jumped to an early lead and held on to it to capture the district title. ln the utoughesti' district in the state, Fair- mont onee again deserves praise for achieving the runner- up spot. Fairmont Fairmont t,,, Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont777 Fairmont Fairmont SCORES 7 66 Kiser 7 59 Lima 7 T1 Wlilbur Wriglit 40 Chaminade 7 7 67 Stehbins7 58 Northn lcmri t T0 Oakwood 7 77 T0 Beaver c'1' eek 76-L Xenia 69 Greenville 7 7 6l Fairborn 7 7 93 Piqua 7 56 Middletown 7 7 7 Tl llianiishurg '19 Troy 7 '10 Sidney 7 T2 Colonel Wfhite 7 76 Belmont 1Forfeit 0-2? 90 Greenview 7 7 77786 Roth Y TT Beaverereek 77 -15 Meadowdale 7 -Lal Chaminade 7 4,1 "'T' no 53 -1 T 55 T6 60 50 49 L11 58 94 57 60 50 99 JJ 62 59 ,IT 51 90 Ol! 40 ,.,- K0 Jack Readey outreaches u Meadowdale player to tip in two important points. 4 mx 'ff fx A ' i Once again it was the seniors that carried the hrunt of the Dragon attack. Their tremendous efforts coupled with their leadership accounted for a major part of the teams success. Jim Readey Co-Captains J ack Readey Dale Moline n i Dan Krynzel Dan Robison Phil Calhoun Dan Robison hits a jumper despite the l efforts of the Middie's Butch Walden. ?ow I: Coach Ehler, ,l. Cessamun, C. Smith, K. Prugh, J. Kels, F. McNeer, D. Maxwell, l'. ll an D Roof lo 11 lm lforbeek Ron 2 R Cll7lJE1I'Cl l' Thompson, .l. Snyder, T. Ml1f:LlfIlllCk, D. Helm, C. McSherry, B. Withrow, M. llill, S. Hawn, ll. lim inlnlossom Row 9 l 'Nlmnnlx l' l vile I3 Albery S Brown, J. Morgan, M. Lunsford. 'l'. Richison, D. Salyers, B. Schuerholz, ll. Stemplc. Reserves win MVL Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont SCORES 81 Kiser -L11 Lima ...........,. 53 Wilbur Wright 50 Chaminacle fl-9 Stebbins -18 Northmont 30 Xenia 53 Greenville 39 Fairborn -14 Piqua ,,,, ill, Middletown 4117 Miamisburg 50 Troy f'l6 Sidney , 7 67 Colonel White 'red Mclxlecr knows that it! not easy Roll Wrthrow oes lu ll to score a .unst 3 rebound in a reserve game. roy Intramurals were bigger than ever this year at Fairmont. Over 800 boys par- ticipated in the various activities provided in our comprehensive program. Dale Grotz, intramural golf champ, tees up for a round of golf. Basketball is still the favorite intramural sport. O Inframura ls provide Ann Lehman proves her pointkin fencing. aractice, pastime, and pleasure ,G Xnita Brewer leaps for a high one. After a long school day, Barbara Fuller enjoys bowling. -1 rt r , fsf, L5 Manager Sherrie Niedhanier distributes equipment to Alicia Brechlin and Debby Kling. Intramural activities are open to every GAA mem- ber. These activities provicle girls with an opportunity to improve skills and to enjoy the fellowship and fun of being together. Workirig as a member of the team in basketball, softball, hockey, and volleyball teaches cooperation and promotes a genuine interest in people. Friendly spirit of competition inspires each girl to utilize her best effort. Some other sports offered are table tennis, tennis, and fencing. Patty Swink and Barbara Rubin concentrate on the small white sphere. VARSITY: Row I: Sue Darby, Ann Lehman, Suzie Vogt, Donna Woodward, Vicki Greimann, Gretchen Kunz, Pat Hagedon. Row 2: Manager Nancy Linklater, manager ,Iudy Heikes, Cynthia Aultz, Sharon Kirk, Carole Stull, Carole Lambert, Nancy Hart, Janet Bach, Coach Miss Rausch. Good sportsmanship is prominent throughout the hockey season. From the first practice- to the last game, team spirit was evident in all that the hockey players did. Two Weeks prior to the first game, they practiced fundamental drills and scrimmaged on the field. The first game, with Centerville, started a successful year for the Dragonettes in which they kept alive their hopes for another undefeated season. More than fundamental drills are practiced by the thirty-six girls of the hockey team. Each girl is a good sport who abides by the rules of the game. She has a true interest in every teammate and does what is good for the team. g'The Colden 503' was the goal achieved by the varsity squid. Although five teams have tied them, not one out of fifty has been able to defeat the Dragonettes in seven years. Reserves experienced their first undefeated season, beating six teams and battling to a 2-2 tie with the Oakwood reserves. The team scored twenty-five goals, while allowing their opponents only two. Miss Rauschis first year at Fairmont as a coach was a successful one. It was her encouragement and confidence in the team that led them to their fiftieth consecutive victory. Next year the tradition will be a challenge to the succeeding team. Inspiration and hard work are the key words for their success. It is girls like these who reach their goals-their "Golden 5O." Dragonettes Finish CAROLE STULL SUZIE VOGT SHARON KIRK NANCY HART VIRGINIA MOORE RESERVES: Row I: Karon Bilek, Linda Hook, Kari-n Dylwig, Sharon Hn-izer, Barbara Crohoski, Bonnie Ogle, Bonnie Schelling Ron' 2: Bev Longman, Karol Lee, Pam Cephart, Virginia Moore, Carla lie,-tsvli, Sara Willoughby, Diane Coughlin, Carol .lames Coach Miss Rausch. Row 3: Sue Kohl, manager Joanne Nikides, Sally Little, ,lean VanHarlingen, Margie McKelvey, Charlane Bowden, Sandy Fraley, Barbara Brannan, manager Cathy Alspach, Sue Martin. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Dragonettes and coach, Miss Rausch, joyously end a successful season. 7th u ndefeafecl season SCORES 2 Centerville 6 Madison ,,,o 1 Wlayne ,o,,, 3 Greenon ,,,, 0 Oakwood ,, 5 Butler ,.,,,o,,,,, 2 W. Carrollton CYNTIIIA AVIIFZ DONNA WOODWARD PAT HAGEDON ANN LEHMAN VICKI GREIMXNN VARSITY: Coach, Miss Moritz, Dianna Craft, Becky Houscr, Pam Thomas, Bobby Deters, Carol Gampher, Pam Pease Linda Wziller, Cathy Lynch. Defeat at the hands of the Troy team spurred the Dragon- ettes to overcome all opposition through the remainder of their season. Practice sessions meant many sacrifices to the members hut they also welded the team into a co-ordinating unit. Miss Moritzis enthusiasm was a determining factor to the success of the volleyball team. Highlight of the season was the Dragonettes' victory over Vandalia-Butler with a 2-0 score. Increasing the Dragonettes competitive spirit was a close game against Oakwood which established Fairmont as a major volleyball power. Reserves enjoyed a season of six wins and two losses, in- dicating that next yearis experienced squad will be ready for any challenge. SCORES Fairmont .7 , , 2 Madison Fairmontm ,,,,,, 2 Miarnisburg 7 Fairmont , 2 Centerville ,, Fairmont , ,, H-V2 Lebanon Fairmont , ,,,, ,2 WHy'I1C Fairmont ,,,,,,, 2 Butler H Fairmont 7 ,,,t W 2 Oakwood Fairmont , ,,,,,, 0 Troy RESERVES: Row I: Donna Apple, Stasia Clara Clark. Row 2: Coach, Miss Moritz, Pacing, Ann Hinkley, Michele Hutton, Hamby, Kathy Roepkin. Row 3: Cathy Lois Torley, Pam French, Joan Ridenour, Ray, Gloria Hirth. O. . O O .,., 0 0 ,t 1 O O 0 2 Clark, Carol Linda Hook, Joann anagers Carolyn Shaffer and Veda Rowland accurately :Ord events of the game. Ceiling the ball over the net requires team effort Volleyball Team nets 7-1 season CAROL GAMPHER LOIS TORLEY CLARA CLARK . , - f 4 LINDA WALLER A Y X X . Y A Z . W- M! W, 'X-'Tm ...J JOAN RIDENOUR CATHY LYNCH STASIA CLARK BECKY HOUSER ANN COMMON BARB HUWN , The Dragonettes proved their ability in handling the ball hy defeating the Wayne cagcrs. l JUNI WHITTLES DIANE DONSON Basketball, traditional - Fairmonl VARSITY- -Row I: Lois Re-vis, Carol Lee, Joanne Nikides, Suzie Vogt, Cynthia Aultz, Carolyn Tippy, Coach Miss Benadum. Row 2: Barbara Rubin, .l1 Whittles, Barbara Luies, Charlane Bowden, Katie Lamme, Dianne Coughlin. Row 3: Managers Donna Helm, Margie McKelvey, Nancy Linklater, Lal Coatney, Pam Cephart. Varsity squad listens intently as Coach Miss lhnadum reviews game strait y Dragonette basketball players maintained then fine reputation of ood sports manship and skill by engaging in 1 most successful season Nliss Benaflum s coaching was a key factor to their success Manx hours of practice tramefl the irls in co ordination and co-operation Both the xarsity and the reserxes were able representa tives of Fairmont. 't RESERVE Row I Bex Lon man Cheryl Rec 0 Pam Klun Dunn Don on Ann Common Coach Miss e Benadum Row 2 Gretchen Kunz ,lean VanHarl1n en Linda Hook Connie Lee Sharon Heizer Karen airmont airmont airmont airmont airmont airmont airmont airmont 61 40 45 44 48 58 32 32 SCORES Butler ,,..,,,,s,. W. Carrollton Miamisburg , Wayne 7 tt,,t , Madison ,,t,st. Centerville Lebanon , ,,ttt Oakwood H ,. y-HGH Z.. r TFRING. Activities NIL lsim: has hecuuw nm- of the xibram zlvtixitiew in FL,liI'H'lflIlT.4 lrgulitiu . ,1 'ln 5, .P T, ., , ' 1 1 T n .fy , 4 L L? ,M .2 Q. s 1 fx . A ,ggi - -, Xian WZ, da 1 V E x senior girls sought the title of Fairmont's 1962 Homecoming Queen. They were Carol Richardson, Betty Ann Hawn, Donna Woodward, Ann Common met Fenton, and Kathy Moritz. 1962 Homecoming Highlights Football Season 1962 Homecoming, sponsored by the Student Council, was one of the biggest and most memorable events of the fall season. Band and rhythmettes gave an excellent performance at half time, after which Kathy Moritz was crowned Homecoming Queen in traditional style by ,lim Readey. Kathy and the members of her court, Donna Woodward, Carol Richardson, Betty Ann Hawn, Ann Common, and Janet Fenton, were escorted to a unique float created by members of the senior class. The Home- coming Dance after the game culminated a week of hard work and anticipation. Dick Anthony and Janie Melke twist the night away at the Homecomin dance. Dragons' Traditional Spirit is revealed in various ways Judy Buschar adds sparkle to half-time festivities. Practice, practice, practice . . . This is an ap- propriate phrase to describe the activities of many Fairmontonians. Long hours of hard work did not cease for the Rhythmettes at the close of football season. They continued their fine performances at several basket- ball games and were an added attraction at the Winter Concert. These girls devoted much time and energy to make their corps a credit to Fairmont. Energetic ,ludv Buschar, Fairmontis 1963 Nlajorette, devoted many hours practicing with the band. Her fine twirling and excellent leadership merit Hjustw recognition. Vigorous cheerleaders gave their utmost back- ing the Dragons at every game, both football and basketball, by leading the student body in cheers. Their duties also include putting up pep signs and arranging clever skits at pep assemblies. Being a cheerleader is truly an honor, and each of these girls is deserving of the position she holds. Q Z u. S S 7 ffm 5 S 220 l BAND AND RHYTHME'l'TESfRow I: J. Smith, P. Klein, C. Dalton, N. Strong, J. Simmerman, J. Harner, P. Ruth, D. Zeller, C. Gehhart, K. Atkins, J. Buschar, J. West, C. Owens, C. Snyder, Ramaley, A. Anderson, J. Smith, K. Kettleson, B. Stapleton, D. Danson, J. Heuser, K. Hollis, D. Springer. Row 2: J. Melke, G. Olt, D. Kinkade, T. Brander, J. Horstman, L. Albaugh, C. Finke, K. Cameron, D. Kling, J. McPherson, D. Windsor, L. Cottschall, L. Corwin, L. Woolf, N. Ciffin, C. Tussing, K. Schroeder, C. Knott, D. Nash, J. Irvin, K. Ryan, P. Price, J. Kinzig. Row 3: L. Cook, J. Rinehart, S. Erikson, S. llenchen, G. Palmer, J. Hall, D. Kissell, J. Wise, J. Hall, D. Stemple, M. Palmer, B. Kos, R. Martin, C. Hertel, B. Royston, B. Carlton, J. Phibhs, W. Eggleston, G. Alspacli, A. Meyers, B. Rubin, K. Kramer, G. Dykes, Lira, N. Pobst. Row 4: J. Harshman, C. Shultheis, J. Grant, J. Braden, A. Davis, F. Lochner, P. Sparks, S. Spears, J. McLaughlin, P. lloysen, D. Steinherger, Bl. Martin, J. Sliartle, D. Hannah, P. Reynolds, M. Knapp, R. Spirited F.H.S. has splendid Before every football game this season, 150 band members marched down the football field and halted in front of our country's Flag. The Rhythm- ettes encircled the field displaying individual American Flags. The Fairmont High School March- ing Band, along with the visitor's band, presented the National Anthem to the standing spectators. Later during half-time, the band led by drum major- ette, Judy Bushar, performed varied drills. Lively music and clever Well-executed formations pleased the crowd and showed the results of daily practice during the fall. Accompanying the precision band, is the color- ful Rhythmette corps, led by cadet captain, Joyce West. Comprised of fl-4 select girls, the Rhythmettes gave well rehearsed routines consisting of dancing, - twirling and marching. Directly responsible for the fine performances of the marching band are Mr. Kline and Mr. Eresman. W Hulsman, R. Blatt, N. Conrad, D. Brankel, A. Common, J. Osborn, C. Bryant, S. Lloyd, C. Wilson. Row 5: J. Toll, F. Brust, B. Siess, B. Kinnard, B. Deters, D. Porter, C. Barth, S. Dinsmore, P. Berdahl, J. Malone, T. Osting, J. Huntzinger, D. Marshall, B. Porter, C. Hochstetler, J, Huddleston, M. Stachler, J. LaRue, J. Benson, C. Tippy, T. Rader, B. Holcomb, D. Henry, J. Bcsanceney, M. Hauser. Row 6: J. Hurley, J. Seibert, P. Thomas, J. Stemple, J. Ray, C. Houck, J. Stimmel, G. Pester, D. Rausch, B. Brandt, D. Rammler, D. Burns, C. Price, C. Beardsley, S. Williams, D. Jordan, B. Sloan, P. Langston, J. Severns, S. Screechfield, E. Whiteside, S. Smith, R. Rookstool, K. Green, K. Swigeart. Row 7: J. Squires, J. Blatt, M. Resh, S. Weber, J. Paul, J. Harney, B. Thomason, B. Haines, B. Bohoney, T. Stuck, D. Giffin, S. Miller, J. Wolfe, R. Bothmann, D. Wallace, F. Heller, K. Bradley, A. Hirt, J. Himebaugh, J. Schell, B. Dils, J. Gustafson, E. Yoe, R. Childress, L. Swigeart, A. Suro. Marching Band season Four deserving girls led the Bhythmettes in a sparkling season. Charlotte Snyder, 2nd lieutenant, Joyce West, cadet captain, Charlotte Owens, lst lieutenant and Sue Ramaley, warrant officer, did a wonderful job. 22l ki iii at ,,..,.a.a Q., Q- T i ' f i A 12 iqii up 5 ii , fs 2, Sig! .rs my if? 5 .Q ti ,L M ng 2 ii K X 5 5 Y 5 5 Mike Knapp, as God, and Alex Davis, as the Devil, compete for the possession of man's soul. LB., under the direction of Miss Leah Funck with the assistance of Mr. Joseph Kuldau, was presented by the senior class on November 6, 8, and 10, 1962. f.B. is a modern adaptation of the Book of Joh in which man,s faith in God is tested and proven. J.B... ,l.B., portrayed by Bud Robeson, watches intently .l.B. is affronted by haughty press reporter, Kathy Holh as his wife Sarah, characterized by Brenda Stump, shows him the forsythia-symbol of the endurance of faith through all hardships. lrlene Weller as Mary amuses children, Lisa Hoover and Vicki Hall, while rah, Brenda Stump: Jonathan, Bill Maddeng and JB., Bud Robeson, converse. Senior Class Play "The Comforters," Charlotte Snyder, Ann P Georgia Woganian, taunt LB., Bud Robeson. Practice and liard work provided an enjoyable evening for those who saw the production of MLB." 1 X .n 'V of Z fia ... ., M., an aist, Toni Miller, an pq Ivo Jimmy May's Orchestra added the finishing touch to the gala evening's festivities. Senior Dance declared "Delightful" Carla Farioli, Fairmont's foreign exchange student from Italy, and Barry Elkins were one of the many couples who enjoyed the enchanting atmosphere created at the senior dance. Superb decorations made gfhristmas H olidatev a splendid evening. Fairmont's west gymnasium became a paradise of Christmas fantasy under a make-believe Christmas tree on December 20, 1962, when the senior class sponsored its annual dance. Couples in attendance agreed it was a most enjoyable evening. Couples made use of the decorations at the senior dance by taking imaginary sleigh ride. Unique Theme is used by Sophomores Sophoinores showed some clever ingenuity when they chose "Carrousel XValtzf7 as the theme for their dance on February 1. 1963, in the west gymnasium. The merry-go-round effect was carried out by spark- ling pastel horses on red and white striped poles arranged delicately around the gym. Hard work put in by the sophomore class paid off in an enjoyable evening for everyone. The dance was accented by the music, which was provided by Bob Griepls Band. Early arrivers, Emily Trenner, Barb Shellhase, and Marv Hill, take note of the lovely decorations as pointed out by Glenn Rowland. rniling laces of students ullciirling "Carousel Wfallf' sccnlingly lI1QllC9.1ll! an evening ell spent. It appears that Carol Dalton and ,lim Miller didn't mind leaving the dance before intermission to prepare the refreshments. ORCHESTRA- Violins: M. Ke-ister, J. McEvoy, B. Stapleton, C. Goebel, J. Oehrtinan, D. Sterling, C. Tn-niplc, Trenary, J. Wittcbort, S. Hannah, J. Hicks S. Hittc, C. M:-t-ks, A. liciver. Violas: S. Liston, D. Apple, R. Faehl, M. Hartnel, L. Strausbaugh, L. Hook. Cellos: L, Beelie, C. Bowden, J. Phillips, N Whyte, J. Barr, F. Leaverlon. Basses: C, Aultz, J. Young. Piano: D. Neyhouse. Vastness of Auditorium vibrates FZilI'INOIti.S orchestra is an active group of 55 students who devote a great deal of their time practicing. Activities of the orchestra include providing entertainment at the class play participation in the Christmas program, and produc- ing a concert with the chorus in l7elJruary. Their most important event, however, is providing music for the operetta, an event looked forward to by all. Eager and anticipating orchestra Il16lNlJCI'S set to work early in Fehruarv on the music for the operetta production in April. Mr. Donald Detrick, orchestra director, is to he com- mended for his excellent leadership and devoted talents. The willingness of the orchestra to learn and perfect their work is trulv a line example of renown groups at Fairmont. The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Detrick, received a I at contest this year. Connnt-ndation should he extended to Mr. Detrick for his tremendous efforts in bringing out the best in the orchestra. Flutes: P. Langston, G. Alspacll. Clarinels: A. Davis, C. Palmer. Oboes: F. Brust. C. Wilson. liIl.YSUlllIS.' S..Menslwn, .l. lllutt. If fl. .' l. W lfv C. H ornn S , 0 Q, mth atetlvr, M, ljulim-r. 1'l'l?l1Cil Horns: ll. BCI'1l21lll, N. Pohst, M. Resll, ,l. Hinlcbuugll. Tr0r11l10l10s.' ,I. llunlzinggn-r, ll. Hulsmun, 'lf Radar. BIISSESI T. Stuck. lfvlls gh ' . . '. ' , J , , .' . ' , ' zmes. R. Hulconxlm. Tyrlzpzzrzz, B. Shun. lffLllS.Sl0IZ. G. Price, R. Martm. M. Knapp. with strains from stringed instruments lfirmlisls frwm F8l1'l1lOI1l.w fP1'4'll1'Nll'Ll fur All-Flare O1'1'll!'NlIll am' .lllllll Ymlng. AlLl1'fILll'K'l llQ11'lxr'l. Nlurty Kcistcr, amrl llfrnnzl Apple: Wesley Haines, director of the Concert llund, uses his talents and knowledge of music to hr-lp oboe players at Regional OI'l2llC'SiI'Zl. Concert Band . . . CONCERT BAND-Flutes: P. Langston, C. Alspach, J. Squires, S. Dinsmorc, C. Shultheis, J. LaRue. J. Str-inplc-, S. Smith, S. Weber. K. Crm-vii. J. Custaf son, M. Hauser, A. Suro, J. Toll, J. Harney. Clarinels: A. Davis, C. Palmer, E. Yoo, B. Ruliin, 'll. Costing, E. Wvhiteside, B. Kinnard, J. Rinehart, A Meyers, J. Hurley, S. Erikson, R. Blalt, C. Bryant, K. Kramer, J. lluscliar, J. Osborne, J. Wise, D. Jordan, S. Lira, C. Tippy, J. Seihert, B. Siess, F. Lochner. Alto Clarinels: L. Cook, P. Thomas, C. Dykes, L. Blair. Bass Clzzrinctsr R. Thomason, H. listers, Sureechfield. Obocs: I". llrust, C, Wilson S. Lloyd. Bassoons: S. Menchen, J. Blatt. Alto Saxophones: A. Common, J. Ray, D. Wood, J. Braden, J. Grant, J. MrLaughlin, B. Brandt. Tenor Suxophonesg D. Hodges, J. Moody. Baritone Saxopliorzes: S. Stepp. C0rnets."J. Wolfe, G. Hochstetler, M. Palmer, R. Dils, K. Norris, R. Rookstool, C. Barth, L. Swigeart ' 1 Fair1nont's Concert band composed of ll-L members, 42 of which are seniors, 31 juniors and 67 sophomores, ranks as the largest concert band in the Miami Valley area. Three days a week are devoted to practice as a unit, the other two days being reserved for the participation of its more ad- vanced players in the orchestra. The concert bandis annual Winter Concert held on February 9, 1963, was rated an outstanding success by those in at- tendance. Featured soloist of the evening was Mr. Paul Magill. Nucleus of Music Department Mr. Kline assists Mr. Haines with the direction of the Concert Band I sexerns, D. Weber, W. Eggleston, J. Phibbs, P. Reynolds, P. Boysen, B. Royston, D. Lowe, J. Harshman, J. Besanceney, P. Sparks, B. Bohoney, S. 'Vhller C Houck, S. Williams. Trumpets: T. Cole, B. Kos, H. Sykes, D. Rammler, J. Shell. French Horns: P. Bcrdalil, D. Hannah, N. Pobst, M. Martin, NI. Resh K bm cart, J. Himebaugli, D. Burns, J. Stimmel. Trombones: J. Huntzinger, F. Urban, J. Malone, J. licnson, D. Hulsman, D. Stemple, J. Shartle D Giffm P. Hogan, T. Rader, D. Rausch, J. Paul, D. Marshall. Barilones: R. Bothman, N. Conrad, F. Heller, C. Beardsley, J. Hl1ddlCSl0U, R. Cl1ildIGSQ D Henry Basses: T. Stuck, L. Noble, B. Chaney, J. Hall, B. Haines. Bells, Chimes: R. Holcomb. Tympani: ll. Sloan. Percussion: S. Spears, M. Stachler C Prlce R. Martin, M. Knapp, C. Hertel, D. Brinkel, D. Porter, D. Steinberger, C. Pestt-r, B. Carlton, li. Potter, D. Cadwell, J. Merrill, D. Wallace CHORUSfSopmnos: P. Cuether, B. Hawn, S. Tilley, J. Melke, J. Hess, L. Nelson, B. Stump, D. Espy, S. Darby, M. Rish, T. Young, C. Jones, L. Shaw, J. Colwell, A. Brechlin, N. Adkins, J. Burgess, K. Lynch, S. Harding, M. Rembold, K. Neese, B. Schelling, G. Hedges, L. Corwin, H. Peeno, A. Earnhart, H. Hotchkiss, C. Cavcy, V. Bradford, K. Lamme, C. Rowland, D. Weller, P. Cray, J. Risko, C. Hentzell, P. Krapf, V. Ribas, C. Ellis, J. Smith, J. Fitzpatrick, S. James, A. Lehman. Altos: S. Taylor, M. Keiter, J. Bach, C. Mayberry, J. Roode, C. Reese, G. Kunz, C. Knott, J. Simrnerman, D. Danson, S. Hoefling, B. Hoffman, S. Kniess, D. Espy, C. Theiss, M. Keister, M. Smart, S. Sherman, G. Gehhart, K. Kelley, B. Fox, S. Baltrunat, P. Price, N. Whiting. Basses: Harmony of voices results il STH PERIOD CHORUS-Row I: M. Schneider, S. Stevenson, L. Albaugh, J. Foster, C. Jackson, F. Stepp, C. Hurt, P. Mullins, S. Nishimura, S. Leiter, C. Olt, S. Fahrney, P. Paddock, S. DeMint, J. Kramer, C. Shadowens, D. U'Neal, A. Anderson. Row 2: N. Pobst, P. Manley, K. Smith, B. Newman, D. Finch, B. Rayhurg, D. Frazier, M. Clark, B. George, J. Detriek, M. Couser, D. Dayton, B. Shinn, D. Reinhard, P. Cox, S. Badger, I. Argue, J. Houston, NI. Shali. Row 3: R. Alexander, S. Filoso, E. Barker, D. Woodward, J. Cotternian, L. Michaels, B. Codown, A. Ellis, P. Nurrenbrock, P. Herhst, M. Russell, S. Fledderjohn, P. Stipes, P. Taylor, B. Stewart, L. Jackson, B. Oosting, B. Spicer, T. Miller. Deitcrle, T. Lcckrone, P. Bcrdahl, J. Whipp, Bl. Thomas, P. Richards, D. Smith, C. Roster, B. Weist, D. Hulsman, R. Luttrell, B. Edwards. Baritones: J. ranlrlin, J. Harding, B. Fiola, T. Sexton, T. Johnson, E. Winkle, D. Dorosky, C. Wylner, li. Keeney, C. Caldwell, D. Pilson, D. Hodgson, H. Brewn. enors: J. Wilson, K. Williams, C. Barnes, D. Bushong, C. Dieterle, M. Snyder, V. Wallace, V. Moore, M. Snyder, J. Saddler, J. Blaier, D. Rembold, R. ser, J. Wolfe, H. Ellington, C. Hoes, l.. Ulrich, S. Gustafson, R. Boggs, H. Hix, ll. Steven. rofessional performances Fairmont High School Choruses find enjoy- ment in their expression through song. Many busy hours are devoted to practice for their multi- perforinances. Presenting a Christmas program, competing in contests, producing a winter concert along with the orchestra, and highlighting the year with the operetta, Music Man, keep the choruses busy. This year the chorus members sponsored money raising campaigns such as paper drives, balcesalcs, selling candy eggs, and having a style show. This money is used to provide the senior members with a fabulous trip to New York over spring vacation. The chorus, under the excellent guidance of Mr. Gene Seeberger, represents Fairmont well and is a credit to our music department. Mr. Cene Seeberger, the chorus dirt-vtor, captures the tone for which he is constantly striving. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Row 1: S. Brunner, N. Adkins, C. Holland, V. Bradford, M. Clark. Row 2: B. Kelly, C. Mayberry, A. Brechlin, S. Arnold, I Brinck, J. Weglage, C. Denlinger, D. Venard, S. DeMint. Row 3: ,l. Kuster, B. Wells, A. Deacon, B. Pixckett, ,l. Ray, C. Coleman, B. Stephenson, L. Nef C. Beverly, L. Borchers. Row 4: J. Minor, G. Sweet, D. Sterling, R. Schneider, L. Scott, T. Hutchinson, S. Smith, C. Flavin, J. Shell. Students perform services Kathy Schroeder and Dan Young, central unit bookstore Workers, anticipate the noon crowd. VISUAL AIDS ASSISTANTS-Kip Boak, Bill Wiesman, Dave Jordan, and Georg Trout. N A E Ni at 'EL 4 ,,, 1 As vi xi? L,, .V x f 1 ,gr 4,9 '15 in -.- gg s , as if Lf? gy. 4.4. , 'Lf Y. iv ,T , ,L viftfifl as-nuumhv fgfgggn '53 ff , 5 , . Ng: i W K 2 ' vw .. ff 1 , Q 5 T wi 3 ' A f ,F if 5351 1? A wif X K A 795, 5 2 k. gh ,HL was LAB ASSISTANTS-Row I: L. Swigcart, P. Dugan, L. Albaugh, C. Betsch, J. Fenton, K. Cohurn, B. Emmott, Sikes. Row 2: M. Resh, S. Vogt, R. Evans, C. Dils, A. Lehman, A. Lageman, J. Wrimer, K. Sandlin. Row 3: D. Dclcontivo, P. Robertson, B. Drerup, B. Parks, R. Davis, B. Hill, D. Witt, J. Barney, T. Hutcheson. Row 4: D. Schilling, D. McKenzie, D. Marshall, D. Moline, D. Neyhouse, G. Trout, D. Bodem, B. Kuhn, K. Jamison, J. Shell. Lab Assistants and Hall Monitors HALL MONITORS-Row 1: V. Criswell, N. Beasley, P. Langston, J. LaRue, A. Selz, V. Rihas, B. Kratzcr, J. Fanning, B. Oosting, S. Bordwell, D Brinkel, G. Hedges. Row 2: J. McClellan, B. Wilson, T. Rines, S. Fadely, K. Golob, J. Uhrig, F. Brust, J. Dalton, C. Clark, S. Salyers, D. Brenner, 4 Flinn, J. Anderson. Row 3: T. Dunson, B. Galloway, J. Metzler, C. Smith, W. Whiting, J. Easter, P. Manny, L. Harzinski, D. Hannah, G. Hochstetlel J. Ewing, R. Miller, R. Funk. 1 HALL MONITORS-Row 1: D. Danson, L. Staup, S. Proffit, T. Langdon, A. Murch, P. Pease, S. Dexter, G. Olt, D. Coughlin, J. Bailey, C. Criss. Row 2 D. Woodward, D. Fisher, V. Krajewski, D. Buvinger, R. Martin, D. Traino, B. Myers, J. Faber, D. Mueller, J. Besanceney, K. Atkins, J. O'Neil. Row B. Baker, J. King, B. Brownsgerger, J. Howe, B. Brumfiel, B. Foster, J. Readey, B. Sloan, C. Beason, B. Deis, R. Graham, D. Savino. Attractive and talented Sharon Hoefling was justly crowned "Miss Teenage of Greater Dayton." www ,f ,za - f 1, wvassaweevmzzw Beauty is no secret at Fairmont Three Girls Are Finalists in Area Beauty Contests Sharon Hoefling, a west unit junior, was selected from five finalists in a contest for hhliss Teenage of Greater Daytonw sponsored hy WYONE. Sharon flew to Dallas, Texas, where she competed with girls from throughout the United States for the title of HMiss Teenage of Americaf, Charlotte Snyder and Toni Miller, two seniors, repre- sented Fairmont in the gflunior Miss Pageantw sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Although talent was im- portant in the judging, scholastic achievement, personality, and poise were of greater importance. Toni Miller, radiant and poised, is one 'gjunior miss" Fairmont is proud to claim. Elegantly attired in floor length princess formal, Charlotte Snyder takes her place among area beauties in the 'ilunior Miss Contestf, 'f-.quit "N-..,-.Y,,. Miami Valley League wrestling champs proudly display their trophy. an Babysitting or for future reference, child development can be rewarding. Ketteringites-kindred kind where loyalty is concerned. Traditional achievement assures tomorrow's succes Good luck charms are presented to the varsity an: ,gmt 5 is 5 q' 8 V ired? Weary band member finds comfort in instrument. 1 -serve baske-tbull teams at the spirited pep assembly. Larry Beatty 'icooks up" a plan for baclielorhood '4Dragon"lund draws dynamic rating at pep assembly. - HIGH EM QM 1 SAA Qgin NN .3 F os Jos .Ig 00 mm , ' is Y 'M Advertisements 4- I P Ol., QQ' RING , TM.,gwwwmszmmwpwX M-m.me.,.,,mMuww W J I iw WMM Mr. Clark and Mr. Grelmann builders of Marinofe Park Homes are presenfed an advance copy of+1we 1963 Dragon by Judy Fouke, Business Manager and Barbara Hoffman, Adverfisinq Manager. I VIC CASSANO 81 MOM DONISI PIZZA KINGS 402I Far Hills Avenue 299-3568 I 2308 E. Doro'I'I1y Lane -r 298-729I ,HJ 'V VIC CASSANO H 22IO S. PaH'erson Blvd. IQVLIA , Weller, Jackie Penquiie, Jim Schwoebel, Penny KING B ier, J While, and Greiclien Sievens, eagerly Il I' ipale Ilwe cl1eI's 'linesi COMPLIMENTS OF HILLS AND DALES HARDWARE I442 WesI' Doro'I'I1y Lane In HILLS AND -DALES SHOPPING CENTER Pa ul Swarizel PAUL E. SWARTZEL Insurance Service, Inc. 293-I I25 2600 Far Hills DAYTON I9, OHIO William S im Don Mendenhall, Inc. 2655 South Dixie Avenue Dayton 9, Ohio 293-7457 Acoustical Ceilings Carpets Floor Tile Linoleum Commercial and Residential Installations Rose Garage 81 Service Station TRUCK TRACTOR AUTO Motor Overhaul Batteries and Accessories Transmission Rebuilding Tune-up Wreclcer Service Tires asoo MARSHALL RoAD KETTERING 29. oi-no 2957227 Carpet Custom Bath Designing Ceramic Tile tor Baths and Kitchens Resilient Floors Marble Estimates Without Obligation R. T. REEVES 81 CO. 39l6 Wilmington Pilce 293-l l94 tw" o, 4+ 4 PU f 0 v' f EARL'S PURE OIL Motor Tune-Up Brake Work KeHering, Ohio 293-0255 Treal your girl 'ro Jrhe besll Fellows, we are noi' expensive, we iusl Ioolc Thai way. .ik ,I I CX ,QE 'ri-ie I E il ' H WA I X H l 1 Q 35 I g xx ' , 'P INN fi. is I ' L' I A M S h llh 'I is his daughier, Barbara. 'Io an evening out DINNERS or SANDWICHES Car Service or Carry-Oui' 4l20 Far Hills Avenue 299-5536 nliqua Zi uri! 15 Woodlane Plaza Shopping Cenfer-23I2 E. Dorofhy Lane, KeHering Phone 298-7284 . . . DisI'inc+ive Floral Arrangemenls for All Occasions . . . CORSAGES WEDDINGS-FUNERALS-HOSPITALS-ANNIVERSARIES--BIRTHDAYS SPECIAL OCCASIONS WEILER WELDING COMPANY, INC. SINCE 1920 We are equipped To handle any Welding Problem Me+al Spraying-Flame Hardening-Sand Blasl Cleaning Fabricafion of Jigs and Fixlures-Cerfified Pressure Welding Heliarc Porrable Ren+aI PORTABLE EQUIPMENT Helgarc Welders Disiribufor for Welding MRCO 222-83 I2 324 E. Second SI'ree'I 8983722 Nighf Phones 275-5870 or 293-82l4 Hungry 'For good food? . . . Visii' I'he home of Ke'Hering's Number one pizza . . . ANGELINA'S KETTERING VILLAGE INN Goon Foon ALL THE TIME Far Hllls Avenlle Pizza afler The game rafes high wilh D Cynfhia Aullz. and Roger Kuhn. For the finest in meat supplies shop at DOT'S SUPER MARKET Wafervliei' aI' PaH'erson 253-6I69 Domeslic and imporled yarns and lmils lmporled woolens and au'll1en+ic Tarlans Kni'H'ing accessories, lrimming and bu'Hons Cuslom lcniH'ing and sewing service Free lcnilling inslrucfion THE KNIT-KNACK SHOP, INC. 2970 Far Hills Avenue Ll d e's ma e easier by flue mac C rol Goebel, Gary Scoll, and R PRODUCTION CONTROL UN ITS INC. Designers ancl Builders of lncluslrial Equipmenl 299-5594 228O W. Dorolhy Lane Daylon 39, Ohio liine age, say Mike Schardl, lr Geally. TOOT YOUR OWN HORN H"s easy wil'l1 a Conn, Marlin, Selmer, Hollon, Leedy, or Slingerland horn from . . . HAUER MUSIC STORE Dayl'on's Complele Band lns+rumen'r Cenler 3l40 Far Hills Avenue 298-732l 34 E. Firsl' Slreel 222-28l5 I "RING THE BELL" . . U EARJLLDN W ' of Good Tasle al' . . . CARILLON CAF ETERIA Open ll a.m.-8 p.m. 26ll Soulli Dixie Drive 299-9622 Compliments of THE OHIO METAL 81 MFG. COMPANY 300 N. FINDLAY ST. P. O. BOX 969 DAYTON I, OHIO Compliments of Capri Bowling Lanes "Bowling al' lls Finesl"' 2727 S. Dixie Highway 298-74ll Tammy and Terry Tale score 1' lc C p if Compliments of RIAL THOMAS PARRISH Architect-Engineer JOHN RODERER SHOES ln Oakwood-23II Far Hills Avenue ln Kettering-Van Buren Shopping Center Town and Country Shopping Center VAN CLEVE HOTEL Pine Room Wagon Wheel Redwood Room 36 West First Street 228-6l3l Whal lime is il? Cindy Crews, Herb Rillle, Don and Laurie Brolhers say il's lime lo eel al l Wheel. GROBY'S GARDEN STORE Annuals - Foliage Plants Insecticides - Fertilizers Garden Tools - Scott's Products 430l Far Hills Avenue 293-7424 Z ,,4,.,,,,... X N, ,.,,, ,V K 1.3, I, J A - PT'Jf7'11fffiI i I 5 I M 1 I I- WL New "' I 1 Mm, M W M hfijk J fi! L YL I 1 my x,h W,,,WW,, ,Awww.,,,w,W1-,w1,ig we ww 2' Z' 3" ' I. I If I I 3 ,QM mf ,hi 1 f , N'iS,L,N I ff IZMWQ-'I' 'aff ff fic" it ' I I li1IfiI?UH I 1, 1 , H 1 . I M 1 1 , mf , M ,, I, yflffjiwy, I I ' 5 'If3'.fm'. All I ' V 'M' ' I' 'f I fn. gjffx- W , , A .3 I 'I , ,5',,,'5?fJmw I 1, I, few ! . I , , , ' 5'-I " 7-fi 3' ,ei ' ' -I mf PYPER SAND 81 GRAVEL Far Hills Avenue KeHering PHONE 299-555I FOR PROMPT DELIVERY GraduaIes ROBERT E. MILLER '45 RODNEY M. MILLER '49 OuaIi+y Brick Homes in KeI'Iering Box 2237 Day+on 29, Ohio Every day is Iaundry day aIII1e PaHerson Park Laundromat proved by Grefchen SIevens and Janice WI'1iI'e. PATTERSON PARK LAUNDROMAT 50I-505 Pa'Herson Road, Corner of Shroyer DROP OFF SERVICE PLUS COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING EQUIPMENT Open 6:30 A.M. +o MidnigI1+ 293-4397 I' M+ 'I B t 'h Quallyplusa enas es WIS es Radio Dispa'I'ched Oualiiy Workmanship to the Free Es+ima+es CLASS or 1963 THE EVERBEST DRYWALL CO. Member of Home Builders Associafion 2101 Bending Willow Drive Phones Dayfon 40, Ohio 299-0393 or 278-1612 TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF . . . A+ +he wonderful selec+ion of Early American furnilure and accessories from fhe . . . EARLY AMERICAN SHOP 2272 Wes+ Schan+z Avenue 299-3401 Mike Siahl, Kaihy Bachand, Mike Hermiiz and Barb H y enioy browsing ihrough The Early American Shop. THE F. W. LOTZ PAPER CO. Established 1913 1963 Our 50th Year 607-II E. THIRD ST. DAYTON 2, OHIO DAYTON'S OLDEST PAPER, RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLY HOUSE. THE PATTERSON RESTAURANT 2l00 Soulh PaH'erson Boulevard 293-222I For anyfhing under fhe su Cards, s+a+ionery, gills You, +oo, should come fo . JEMIMA RUSSELL'S TOWN AND COUNTRY 298-I423 FAIRBORN PLAZA A A 878-8675 ffere-nl? Mary Bel'l'1 Russell and Jemima Russel's. Royal Homes, Ltd THE HOMES WITH THE HAPPY ENDING Box 2104 Kettering 29, Ohio Choose your career carefully . . . AH'end 'Phe CO Q1-Q My Pf SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE l24 Eas'l' Third S+ree+ 222 4674 Whelher rhe Ring Lasfs Two Weeks . . or Forever, H' Pays +o Be Sure!!! BeSure...a+... TOWN 81 COUNTRY JEWELERS 224 Easi' Srroop Road KeH'ering 299-3 I 8 I Looking for lhe fines+ in rings? Janie Welz a M d f d h fl' 81 C fy J l ur o in leirs a own nd Sl MIAMI STATION ERS Wish to Take This Opportunity to Wish the CLASS OF 1963 "Good Luck and May God Bless You." 27 Easf Second S+ree+ Dayfon, Ohio 224-96l3 CATTERTON INSURANCE AGENCY 800 Third Nafional Building DAYTON 2, OHIO THOMA CONTACT LENS SERVICE EXCLUSIVE CONTACT LENS TECHNICIANS, WHERE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING IS EVIDENCED BY THE MANY SUCCESSFUL WEARERS Day'Ion 2, Ohio 228-870I ed? Wear confaci' Ienses. J. WILLIAM CONROY Congratulations! KRAMER'S I0 I 8 Irving Avenue 7I4 Reiboid Building . . . I'I'1e perfeci' pIace for an imperial weekend. IMPERIAL HOUSE MOTELS InIersI'a+e 75-Needmore Road PI1 293 I I40 H 81 H MACHINE TOOL COMPANY Z80I Wilmington Pike, DAYTON, OHIO 298-7575 DOOLEY'S PHARMACY 3706 WITLMINGTON PIKE 298-7329 WOODMAN LAN ES Kettering's Finest 36 AMF LANES pro-shop Ball, Bags, and Shoes Coffee Shop Sfudeni' Ra+es Monday, Thursday, and Sa'rurday 3200 Woodman Drive 293-3 I 79 TOWN 81 COUNTRY FLORIST 4I00 W. Town and Coun+ry Road 293-396I Ke'H'ering LindaCk dBbBhpd Th fll g 'r ondiply ffh T dC fyFl 1' ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME 92I Brown S+ree+ DAYTON 9. OHIO 223-BI I7 WILLIAM E. ROBERTS W. WEBSTER ROBERTS 645 Wafervliei' Avenue 380l LeFey,-9 Drive 252-2232 293-8633 ARNOLD'S MARATHON SERVICE 2920 SHROYER ROAD AT DOROTHY LANE 293-OI75 TUNE UP YOUR AAA STATION BRAKE WORK FIII'er up," says Arneffe Meyers Io Judy Busch STARR PHARMACY IFormerIy Herbsf PI1armacyI I 466 PaH'erson Road ai' Shroyer Phone 293-I I I9 PRESCRI PTIONS FREE DELIVERY G. C. MURPHY COMPANY The Complete Variety Store Hills and Dales Shopping Center West Dorothy Lane and Route 25 1 x camera stores, inc -fx 2l East Second Street Eastown Town and Country THE BELMONT AUTO THEATRE 2240 County Line Roacl Sunset Cruise Inn 4 I 49 Germantown Pike THE HUFFMAN-WOLFE CO. Mechanical Contractors I9 W. Four+I1 S+ree'r 222-I28I "TO BE WELL DRESSED- BE HAIR DRESSED" OAKDALE HAIRDRESSERS I309 E. SI'roop Road 298-2300 ACHIEVEMENT In +I1e science of supplying Ihe besi foods for selecied menus . . . THE C. N. STEMPER COMPANY ESTABLISHED I9I8 853-865 E. Firsi' SI'ree'I 223-5265 COMPLIMENTS OF ROUTSGNG FUNERAL HOME Brown ancI Irving IT'S ARROW for Everything for Your Party FAVORS COLD BEVERAGES INVITATIONS PAPERWARE DECORATIONS NCVEI-TIES ARROW, INC. 2950 Far Hills Brei+ens+ra+er ai' DoroI'hy Lane Shopping Cenfer 298-I456 Page Manor Open-7 Days Airway Road MICHAEL'S SALON OF BEAUTY If Your Hair Isn't Becoming to You You Should Be Coming to Us MEMBER OF NATIONAL HAIR DRESSERS AND COSMETOLOGY ASSOCIATION I7I5 Woodman Drive Open Daily 9-9 Corner Woodman Dr. and Pa'H'erSon Saf. 9-5 Rear of Hes1'er's MId'.-Ample Parking Phone 252-2002 Complimenls of Roy R. Russell General Contractor "Builder of Fine Homes" 8762 YANKEE STREET 885-7I05 wa OAKS PARK Springboro, Ohio BUILDER OF FINE HOMES GIVES BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF l963 FRED ROSS CONSTRUCTION CORP. A. L. DINWIDDIE, Manager VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE f E PARTS USED CARS ALL MAKES 1, Q11 +L 1.- x S. S dy M See us aboui' overseas delivery Who said "I+ couIdn'I be cIone"? SANDY MacPHERSON FACTORY AUTHORIZED DEALER 3535 SOUTH DIXIE 298-958I DAYTON 39, OHIO GOOD LUCK SENIORS f- - -romvuu sz nmnu. ron Au. occ sous ' 38 E Th as D 2 Oh I CLOTHING FOR BIG AND TALL MEN I CUSTOM SHIRTS AND TAILORING O UNIFORMS When Thinking of FINE FURNITURE Think of . . . SOUTH DAYTON HOME FURNISHINGS, INC. 3578 Ke'H'ering Boulevard KeH'ering, Ohio Choosing Iheir decor for Ih I I B b H If and Sue Ann Fadely. MEYER'S MEAT MARKET 23 Park Avenue 4OI5 Far Hills Avenue KIRK'S GIFTS, CARDS, MAGAZINES 43I7 Far Hills Avenue 299-624l I476 Wes+ Dorofhy Lane 298-302I HiII's and Dales Shopping Cenler "Cards say llwe 'culesl' +l1ings," say Mary Halfield and Cindy Flinn AN KNEY FOOD SERVICE CATERERS 800 Germanfown S+ree'I' 226- I 806 vu 1 Tl0flSlgSei' dowSn. Alto V A A B R A Slsf KSA Whether you'are'ailccriln'iekk:ial ur acaclerhi-af student, the te1epn5ne'3comNriy may have a spot that would Suit! jeu :very lhiceiyl V l. we mar pmvegagsea gow sawafygmqyg l'e e 2 excellent bplwltunifiedx io! get Ygngadf' gifiil 21 poem age 1f yQpla+glaefin wma YSEHYQGQT jff-31? f is gfauuazejwel 3wQaqfd Img ifmazx lwasgy jf 2, ying in uw empsswaaamfmifes f N g QHFO WE LOVE LIVING IN OUR BRAINARD-BUILT HOMES John Howe, Karen Coburn, Gil Wefler, and Kippy Boak. SAYS BRAINARD CONSTRUCTION CO. BUILDERS IN Oakcreek Orchard Heights GIenI1eaI'I1 South Belmont Gardens mmmarzrowworwnrw WHAT'S BEHIND THE RED DO0R? People! Highly-skilled creative people, experts in copy, art, media, 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 through our clients' advertising in newspapers, magazines, radio, television, direct mail, yellow pages, and sales literature. ....-......... Kiroher, Helton Sz. Collett, Inc. ADVERTISING ' MARKETING -l 2600 Far Hills Avenue ' Dayton 19, Ohio ' 293-3191 .. - 2212 Victory Parkway ' Cincinnati 6, Ohio ' 961-8166 l Member of American Association of Advertising Agencies Q SAN RAE BAKERY, INC 2222 San Rae Drive KeH'ering, Daylon I9, Ohio 299-5538 Hills 8: Dales Shopping Cenfer FOFGS-f Park PIBZB 298-796I 277 i930 in Krggey-'5 in Krogers TO BOWL BETTER . . . BeH'er Bowl a+ . . . NATIONAL BOWLING LANES II55 Brown S+ree+ 222-8323 Dayfon O E' fp-C ' vfg mwn 1 I? fe Q " zz! And may all your fondest hopes and ambitions come t 5 THE ORIGINAL B I G B CY What is Amevfictfs Greatest tttum! es0mfceP ff to IT'S PEOPLE! And our greatest untapped resource is that quality in a man which will not permit him to do less than his best at any time. The forward progress of America depends upon intelligent people, cultivated and developed in our school system. Your diploma is your tirst milestone on an event- ful iourney toward larger responsibilities in the career of your choice. Whatever your personal goal in lite may be, you will always want to live up to the high ideals devel- oped during your years at Fairmont High School. THE HOOVEN-POHLMEYER COMPANY INSURANCE Suiie 320, Ludlow Building DAYTON 2, OHIO X r T The Drive-In Wiih rhe Arches Fearuring I5c Hamburgers Open Year Round 290I Wilming'I'on Pike 3729 Germanrown Road 450I Linden Avenue 39I8 Free Pike FAIRMCNT PEP CLUB Represents School Spirit Sportsmanship Service BACK THE DRAGONS, IIO'7,,! The Station That Goes Beyond the Call H ot Duty to Serve You! TACKETT GULF 4700 Wilmington Pike 293-6l I7 Generator Starter Service Brake Service Motor Tune Up Delco Ignition Parts Compliments ot ATHERTCN REALTY 360l South Dixie Drive AX 3-89ll PENN EY' TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER UNIVERSAL BUILDING MATERIALS, INC. "If it's building materials - we have it" Hand Tools U S G Painls Salcrele Plywoods and Millwork Cemenl and Richmofar Roof Coaling Plaslering Malerials While Sand Drywall Waler Soffener Sall' Wafer-Proofing Malerials Drain Tile Andersen Windowalls San Rae Drive af 293-I las Forrer Boulevard oven vo YEARS or COMMUNITY sERvicE THE MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOMES DAYTON "Air-CondiI'ioned" FAIRBORN Adequa'I'e Priva'I'e Parking lt's Fun . . . -to live in MARINOLE PARK Mi. K . Q 2 We like- il! lSe-aledl Mary Kue J dy Slw f P Ily P P 'l H g cl V lc G mann, Sara Willoughby, D Od , Eleanor While-side lS+andingl Bill Sle Bll B sberqer, Paul Berdalwl, Duclc Puls, Nell Conrad CLARK-GREIMANN DEVELOPMENT CORP. VICTOR E. GREIMANN, Builder ROBERT N. CLARK, Builder HELM'S MARKET Choice-Meat Q Your Price 3500 Wilmingfon Pike 299-2292 CHATTERBOX 2928 Soufh Dixie 298-349 I s. W P g M H I y P1 fyle by Chaiierbox Beauiy Salon RAY'S FLORIST DAYTON I9, OHIO 25I5 Far Hills Avenue 298-955i OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9 TO 6 SWANGO 81 SONS CONSTRUCTION CO. Builders for 45 Years B. Hoffman, Diannalw Espy, B. Wolverlon, K. Hollis, Donnal1 Espy, K. Jamison LEO HOLLY 299-3535 Sales Manager PAN OHIO MORTGAGES, INC. Real Estate Loans RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL DAYTON COLUMBUS CINCINNATI 228-I I44 228-538I 38I-5550 Serving Ohio Since I9I7 MARVIN N. WAGNER CARL H. SHOWECKER DALE A. CHANDLER always Jrhouqhl milk came from cows," say Delia D d Pally Krapf. AII Types of Auto Service WlDMAN'S GARAGE 3034 Oakmoni' Avenue 293-7752 MOLERS' BELMONT DAIRY 3230 S. Smiihville Road Dayfon 20. Ohio "Only MOLERS' ls Good Enough' SALES ON SALEM . SERVICE . ck PARTS vw A GOOD DEAL PLUS A GOOD DEAL MORE I6I Salem Avenue Phone: 224-854l HILLS 81 DALES J EWELERS l4l4 Wesl Doro1'l1y Lane Hills and Dales Shopping Cenfer 4 298-795I Mafflwews and Bill W ry al Hills and Dales MOLER'S ICE CREAM PARLOR Sodas - Sundaes Malls - Cones Ice Cream Speciallies l920 S. Smiflwille 253-0l20 Cuslom Buil+ Homes LLOYD E. HAWN - Builder 3480 Slonebridge Road Keffering, Ohio 293-2956 A picfuresque example of fh II 1' l l flw H ' h 744 fl.: ani QM... sae, KENNEL PRESENTS The Fines'I' in . . ACCESSORIES GROOMING SUPPLIES CRATES and CARRIERS LEATHER and LINK WEAR BOOKS - BREED and OBEDIENCE GIFTS FOR PETS and PET PEOPLE 450 PaHerson Road Day+on I9, Ohio 298-7383 For BeI'Ier Living, S+o a+ WILMINGTON HEIGHTS MARKET "We Specialize in Qualify Service Mea'I and Fresh ProcIuce." ENJOY THEIR NEW MODERN STORE. BAR JAN BOWL, INC. 24 AUTOMATIC AMF LANES - AIR CONDITIONED COMPLETE LINE OF BOWLING SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT To CaII . Cocldlan Lounge Bowling Lanes Only Coffee Shop 299-5564 299-8908 3522 KETTERING BLVD. IS. U.S. 25I Serious Considerafion Is Given 'I'o Each Cusfomer ai' . . . SEITZ HARDWARE 400 Easl' Sfroop Road 293-I I86 Bob Reidy personally blends GOING AWAY TO COLLEGE? Keep in 'I'ouch wi'rh fhe news back home wi'I'h a sI'ucIen+ subscrip 'Iion fo Ihe TIMES . . . 52.00 by mail 'For I'he school year. KETTERING-OAKWOOD TIMES I544 Wesl' DoroI'hy Lane 293-3I4I Wholesale DisI'ribuI'ors for MOTOROLA TELEVISION CAR RADIOS HOME RADIOS STEREO Mooma EQUIPMENT, INC. I Besi' Wishes fo 'Ihe Class of I963 H D M hb+ I gf ly flh I +h'g IM Eqp IC l The beau'rifuI new showroom helps Io provide a pleasam' aImosphere for 'Ihe beau'I'IIuI Ponhac cars. RODGERS PONTIAC C0. new car IocaIion cIay'Ion's oIcIes+ ponI'iac dealer 226-38I I SERVICE AND REPAIRS NEW AND USED CARS AT AT 4I FRANKLIN '87I S. MAIN Rick Gea+Iy, Bob Abernarhy. Barry EIIQIUS, Gary I-IarIow, and Gary Scofr like Ihe way D. 8: C. Irucks ride. D 81 C TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. 20 S'I'ain'I'on Ave. 253-6I7I Dayfon 3, Ohio "The BesI' in MoI'or Carrier Service RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA The Most Trusted Name in Electronics DEFENSE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS RCA VICTOR Leaders in Home EnI'er'I'ainmen+ Ag., .Q J K..- j I, 'HIS IIASIEWS WIDE' SCHOTT PLUMBING, INC. 2360 Wesi' Doroihy Lane 299-775I Famous for Qualify Resideniial and Commercial Plumbing and Hearing PHOTO LEO 502 E. S'I'roop YOUR LOCAL HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FINEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY POELKING LANES I 403 Wilmingfon Pike 299-55 73 CongraI'uIa'Iions and success 'Io +I1e class of I963 in all your fufure endeavors RALPH HOEFLING CONSTRUCTION CO 82I Beech Hill Road KeHering, Ohio 293-7853 One of 'Ihe Na+ion's Larges'I' Suppliers of Fine Office FurniI'ure, SI'a'Iionery, and Equipmen+. Up and Coming Execu+ives, as Well as Those Already There, Choose . . . ROTH'S -I I3 E. Third S+ree'I' Take Time +o Look Over 228-6I75 Their Fine Assorimenl' of Furnifure and Equipmenl. PATTERSON FOOD MART 7OI Shroyer Road "Meat Makes the Meal!" We carry +he finesl' meal in Iown. Our service will make you happy! CUSTOM CUT STENGERS FORD ACRES OF CARS 6 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN 298-7521 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS ONLY CALL 224-4525 STENGERS FORD 290I S. Dixie NIGHT SERVICE NIGHT SERVICE JOHN R. GARDNER EXCAVATING, INC. PLATT DEVELOPMENT GRADING - BULLDOZING Basemen'rs - Parking Lo'I's 299-0303 695 W. STROOP FINER FASHIONS If Always aI' Singer's CASUAL WEAR I7 Greene S+. Xenia, Ohio SMITTY'S CANDY 81 NUT SHOPPE Congra'ruIaI'ions 'Io Ihe CLASS OF '63 4I II E. Town 8: Couniry Annex 298-9252 NUTS ROASTED DAILY MURDOCICS FINE 'CANDIES T. E. DUNLEVEY Plumbing and Heating 293-4066 4070 Marshall Road 20I Woodman Drive DRIVE H M S Mary Jo Webb, Jerry and Dick A l'1 lc S d al an y's R. L. ULLMER 81 SONS MEMORIAL CHAPEL "KeTtering's First Funeral Home" Business Residence I 299-7072 and FUNERAL HOME SCHLIENTZ 81 MOORE FUNERAL HOME l632 Wayne Avenue PHONE .....,.,..,..,e. 253-I44I 253-204I Gary Moore, "Class of '63" Complimenfs of Q i005 W. Third Sfreei' BA 3-8242 Mam'seIIe Model Agency 25 Sou'l'h Main Building 228-5l95 Sharon Hoeiiinq. Miss Teenage America of Dayi' M i M d IAQ y am'sei e o e GHC . SALES DEVELOPMENT BUILDING RAY E. BELL, REALTOR Office 298-7459 24I2 Far Hills Avenue Res. 299-903I Dayton. Ohio Developers of Mad River Road Estates You'nE -A ewe- o OUT. I A SQUARE- A CUBE- A DRIF- A PEANUT PIC ll You Do JUMBO BURGER5 AND MONSTER MALTS PARKMOOR naw:-ms 5 f r lConfidenlialIy - !hey're lhe moslU Azill "Over 40 years experience in beauty culture!' BYRD'S, INC. 406 American Building Downtown Dayton, Ohio BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF '63 Felix T. Marshall G. Dean Brandt Manager, Oakwood Manager, Kettering Fidelity Prescriptions DAYTON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES since I9I9 I 6 Locafions I in OAKWOOD 2309 Far Hills Ave. I Charge Accounls Q in KETTERING I Free Delivery Far Hills Avenue aI' Shoop Rd Besl' Wishes fo 'Ihe '63 Yearbook S+aff From Your Yearbook Pholographer LOGAN'S DAYTON, OHIO KETTERI NG YMCA Your new YMCA home 4545 Marshall Rd. 2984427 FRIGIDAIRE Made in Dayfon . . Sold in Dayfon . . . Serviced in Daylon . . . And +l1e leading dealer in Daylon is McCOY'S APPLIANCES 240 Easi' Sfroop Road 293-5602 3868 Linden Ave. 252-3242 2659 Sou'H'1 Dixie 298-753I Underclass Picfures b ee Y W DELMAR 524115 Z V RAY BELL'S CLOTHING STORE I6 Wesl Third S+ree+ Daylon, Ohio 223-9979 "Clothes Make the Mom!" MUTUAL OF OMAHA HOSPITAL SURGICAL INCOME PROTECTION The Largesl' Organizalion of I'I's Kind in 'I'he World . . . Over One Billion Dollars Paid Ou'r in Cash Benefils For Informafion Call 228-I I49 H. R. LAMME, General Agenf 909 Third NaI'ionaI Building Early American Modern French Provincial R. L. NORRIS FURNITURE CO. 2874 Soulh Dixie 293-5193 CHEVROLET DAYTON'S VOLUME SALES LEADER BY FAR! Year af'rer year, Whife-Allen Chevrolei' sells more cars, new and used, Than any o+her Day'I'on dealer. We ge+ BIGGER VOLUM b h I ' ' -' - E y s av'ng proflfs, givmg higher Trade In allow ances, BETTER DEALS! When you're buying a car-gef a Whi+e-Allen deal FIRST! 1963 CHEVY u NOVA 4oo CHEVROLET ' CHEVY II ' CORVAIR ' CORVETTE -k HIGHEST TRADES LOWEST PRICES SERVICE DEPARTMENT if MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'N DAYTON - - - OPEN -I-O FIT YOUR BUDGET EVENINGS TIL 7 P.Iv1. BIGGEST AND BEST NEW CAR SHOWROOM ' 442 N. MAIN ST. 40I N- Main - Phone 224-4697 USED CAR 449 N. Main - Phone 4-436I 3 LOCATIONS I430 Keowee - Phone 2-4093 Marlene Oishi and Lois Torley are two of Dorothy Lane Markefs many thrifty shoppers Always Striving for a Quality Product . . . FAIRMONT HIGH SCHCOL and DCROTHY LANE MARKET AND SUPER CENTER 27IO Far Hills Avenue 299-356l the town 81 country Met . . second home style headquarters for hundreds of Fairmont students and their families P? NKCIC FY 7- v - T v D :D Y CLEANERS 40I8 KeH'ering Blvd. IRI. 25 a'r Slroop Roadl 2924 E. Third SI'reeI' IEas+ Day'l'onl 4 Rembrandl Blvd. IGreenmon+ Villagel BAUER'S RECORDS 8: APPLIANCE 828 Walervliel Avenue Phone: 253-3693 CARPET WAREHOUSE - "A World of Carpel' a+ Down 'I'o Earfh Prices" 3045 Wilmingfon Pike Phone: 293-8378 CONTACT LENS SPECIALIST SuiI'e 700, Third Naiional Building Phone: 223-8862 FERNANDEZ ART-CRAFT 4IIO W. Town 8: CounI'ry Road Phone: 293-9992 FRIDEN, INC. 235 Helena SI'reeI' Phone: 224-3825 GIRADOT'S FAMILY SUPERETTE I3I7 E. Shoop Road Phone: 293-903I HOFFMAN VALVES, INC. 2360 W. Dorofhy Lane Phone: 298-7449 INEZ BEAUTY SALON "For A Lovelier You" 832 E. SI'ewarI' SI'ree'I' Phone: 252-3303 JACK E. IRVIN. REALTORS 4 Triangle Avenue Phone: 298-58II BUSINESS PATRONS HARRY KALB FURNITURE 948 PaHerson Road Phone: 293-9202 KEENEY DRY CLEANERS 2200 S. PaH'erson Road Phone: 293-4790 L 8: B HARDWARE 2280 E. Doro'I'hy Lane Phone: 299-800I LENORE ZAPOLEON 2I W. Firsl SI'reeI' Phone: 222-5894 MAR-LIN LOUNGE 3500 Marshall Road Phone: 293-0426 MECKSTROTH-REGER SHADE SHOP. INC. "In'Ierior Decorafing - Our Business" 45 W. Whipp Road Phone: 298-529I MITMAN FLORAL CO. 5265 Far Hills Avenue Phone: 293-I I37 MUTUAL REALTY 2703 PaH'erson Road Phone: 253-I I II NELSON'S PHARMACY "We deliver prescripI'ions" WaI'ervIieI' and PaI"rerson Road Phone: 252-0305 THE OAKDALE LUMBER 8: MILLWORK CO. P.O. Box 67 Far Hills Branch Phone: 293-II9I PEFFLEY FORD I530 E. Third SI'ree'l' Phone: 228-5I55 L. M. PRINCE OPTICIANS "LaI'es'I in Con'Iac'r Lenses" II7 S. Ludlow - 222-253I 30 Wyoming SI'reeI - 222-2374 ROLL'S PHARMACY 2920 Wayne Avenue Phone: 252-75I5 AL ROSATO'S BARBER SHOP I305 E. SI'roop Road Phone: 299-5079 SCHULER FLORISTS 83I Walervlief Avenue Phone: 253-842I JIM SIENS SOHIO 27II S. Dixie Phone: 293-0330 SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO I404 W. Dorofhy Lane Phone: 299-339I SPENCE BODY SHOP "Specializing in Wheel Alignmenfs' 2655 PaH'erson Road Phone: 254-2654 VAN BUREN APARTMENTS I956 S. Smilhville Road Phone: 252-5066 289 Qi ?MisfCA'S fwfvffvvfvfsu ':- A,,' I IA- L I F E Tl M E 0 F cwmugzsloiiivn ' A gi .fV"' ' 2Z1'g3,.'45,5-iiggfggigff 'TQ-QQfEQ,,'5 '.:i'1 ieweIryfindSfegpiecb'.4 I 2 1 Q ,V fi A , 1.gg1gQsfeN:Bassfffag. ,I f' J IIII 9: i q"" --ii 1 fsii "', ff- ::.2 izzgffe 1-- ff'iff21'ffi?fEi:.Q2z5.,ez. "2: 'II' :fig :":: IT' ,.,"'2, . , ..,, -.-.-MW ,-.-.' ---. ... J., .x+:::o::4co.a.w::w.,f:4N ..N. ..- x..,, :- ..,.., -- - v TONY MORROW Box I5 Springfield, Ohio F. G. BARR, M.D. WILLIAM B. BRENNAN, D.M.D. 354I Shroyer Road Phone: 299-6252 ROBERT A. BRUCE. M.D. DAYTON CLARK, M.D. 620 Fideli Buildin +V 9 Phone: 223-I226 WILLIAM COBURN, D.D.S. CARL R. PAYNE, D.D.S. 2297 PaI"I'erson Road Phone: 256-968I CARL H. HALL. M.D. 2I5 E. S+roop Road Phone: 299-40I2 PROFESSIONAL PATRONS RICHARD N. INGLE, D.D.S. 3898 Linden Avenue Phone: 254-400I WILBUR E. JOHNSTON, D.D.S. I4 W. Sfroop Road Phone: 293-98II HERMAN F. LEHMAN, D.D.S. 2600 Far Hills Avenue Phone: 298-588I P. E. MARSHALL. D.D.S. 3550 Far HiIIs Avenue Phone: 298-52I9 M. P. ROLEY, D.D.S. 2640 S+. Charles Avenue Phone: 252-382I ROBERT C. SCHAMEL. D.D.S I4 W. S'rroop Road Phone: 299-40I2 THALES THEODORE. D.D.S. 2300 Far Hills Avenue Phone: 299-3404 JAMES M. WALTERS, M.D. 2I5 E. S+roop Road Phone: 293-990I J. T. WERNING, D.D.S. 3700 WiIming+on Pike Phone: 298-892I ROBERT E. ZIPF, M.D. 29I MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ABERNATHY 8I3 Rockhill Avenue Bob IE, Junior Dick IE, Sophomore MRS. ANNA ACKER MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH ACKER 4I50 Wilminglon Pike Mary Jo IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. G. W. ALBERTS 3025 Glenmere Courl' Randy Sophomore MR. AND MRS. BILLY J. ALEXANDER 4354 Flowerdale Avenue Sreven IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. O. NELSON ALLEN 3824 Roslyn Avenue Larkin IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ALEXANDER 2820 Wehrly Avenue Larry IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. G. N. ALSPACH 3444 Oakmonf Avenue Calhy IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. W. J. ALSPACH 920 Hollendale Drive Greg IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. D. H. ANDREWS I II2 Mendola Couri' Janef IE, Junior MR. JOHN ANTOL I5I3 Horlacher Avenue Mary IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM D. APPLE 237 Sfonehaven Donna IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES C. APPLETON 3I50 Winding Way Chris IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. HERBERT ANKENEY I557 Oakland Avenue Doug IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ARGABRITE 2230 Springboro Pike Karen Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GORDON C. ARNOLD, JR. 820 Cushing Avenue Kaye IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. AULTZ 2469 S. Pailerson Blvd. Cynihia IE, Senior DRS. F. S. AND LAURA AUWERS 3308 Sunny Cresf Lane Linda IC, Sophomore LT. COL. AND MRS. E. S. ASH I622 Marilyn Avenue Roxie Aleshire IC, Junior Mickey IE, Junior Becky IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EVERARD D. ATKIN 2235 Soufh Parierson Blvd. Everard Junior MR. AND MRS. D. K. ATTEBERRY l050 Kenosha Road Darlene Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK BACH 3780 Woodman Drive Janel IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. STILLMAN BADGER, JR. 3639 Warerbury Drive Lee IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. J. E. BAINES 3005 La Plafa Drive Carole IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. M. R. BAINTER I9I2 E. Balaan Drive Penny Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK BAKER 22I5 Willowgroove Avenue Brian Junior Richard IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. BALHUNAT 6I7 Wedgewood Sue IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BANKS 3540 Echo Spring Trail Penny Junior MRS. VERA G. BARRETT 482I Archmore Drive Linda Junior MR. AND MRS. W. J. BATTS 936 Gardner Road Richard IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. CARL BEAM 4230 Lo'I'z Road Larry IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BEARD I733 Hillwood Drive Chuck Senior MR. AND MRS. C. C. BEARDSLEY 430I Lamoni Drive Craig IC, Junior DR. AND MRS. HERMAN J. BEARZY I270 Laurelwood Road Evelyn Junior Beverly Sophomore MR. AND MRS. W. H. BEASLEY 5I7 Judilh Drive Nancy IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. FRED J. BEASON 2I08 Pirrsfield Srreef Carl IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BEEBE I32I Tall Timber Trail Linda Junior MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BELL 804 Willowdale Avenue Bruce Junior MR. AND MRS. LUCIAN L. BERGER 2549 Talisman Drive Lawrence IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. BARNEY BERNAT 2404 Olson Drive Richard Junior MR. AND MRS. R. P. BERTSCHY 3686 Ridgeway Road Anne IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. C. E. BENSON 448 Canlerbury Drive John IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. W. A. BEVERLY 2I I6 Wesllawn Drive Carolyn IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BINGHAM 20l3 Hazel Avenue Barbara IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN L. BISHOP 32I2 Ackerman Blvd. Roberl IE, Senior MR. AND MRS. BLACKBURN 2836 Nacoma Place Joanne IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MARLIN A. BLECK 3406 Sagamon Avenue Edward IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN BLESI 397I Cordell Drive Jack IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. HARRY BLOOMER 6I4 Hadley Avenue Valorie IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DONALD BILLING 387I Roberlann Drive Diane Junior MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD BOAK I924 Hamlel Drive Kip IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. GAIL BOES SR. 604 Easl Slroop Road Gail Sophomore MR. ALFRED M., BOLENDER II56 Donson Drive MR. AND MRS. CARL J. BORN 29I8 Woodman Drive Thomas IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BOSSI 3I33 Locusl Camp Road Charles IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. BOWDEN 3225 Wilmingron Avenue Charlene IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN BOYSEN 4720 Wirherby Drive Peier IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JACK BRADEN 4809 Judilh Drive Julie Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BRADFORD 2658 Circleview Drive Vonda IC, Junior Mary Ann IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. BRAMBLE 280I Rushland Drive James IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BRANDON 4339 Meadowcroff Road Palricia Barr IC, Junior DR. AND MRS. DANIEL BRANNEN 449 Clanlon Drive Barbara Jane IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. R. A. BRAUN I49 Sherbooke Drive Pam Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BRECHLIN 2553 Galewood Sfreel Alicia IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. BRECKENRIDGE 6I7 Lauralann Drive Terry IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. J. BRINCK 3220 Shroyer Road Barbara Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES DEEM BRISTOW 4832 Wilmingfon Pike Deem Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FORREST BROOKS 3I7 Avon Way Ed IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. B. F. BROWN 2066 Lakewood Drive Sharon Sophomore MR. AND MRS. F. BROWN 252I Easl Slroop Road Arleen Junior MR. AND MRS. L. M. BROWN 4473 Lolz Road Philip IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HUGH BROWN 3305 Carrier David IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. BROWNSBERGER 720 Judirh Drive Bill IE, Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BRUMER 2837 Blackhawk Road Kappy Mahaz IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. A. E. BRUNSMAN 4l7 Easi Shoop Road Caroline IC, Senior John Senior DR. AND MRS. W. J. BRUNK II2 Wesrhaven Drive Janis IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. T. J. BUDDEN 3962 Applewood Lane Alex IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DON BURNISON 2I04 Collon Drive Jane IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. EARL J. BURROWS 956 Denfield Drive Richard IE, Junior MRS. WALTER K. BUSSELL 3200 Aiherfon Road James Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES BURD 3I I8 Fairway Drive Pamela IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. FLOYD CANTRELL 2I08 Gay Drive Bill IE, Junior Carol IC, Senior MR. AND MRS. RONALD CAMERON 208 Schuyler Drive Karen IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. CAMPBELL 925 Kenosha Road Jean IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. E. L. CAMPBELL I I05 Ridheview Avenue Jane? IC, Sophomore MRS. RUTH E. BESANCENEY i580 Sockfon Avenue Joy IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHAKRIAN I08 Wyngaie Drive Susan IC, Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CHILDRESS 4808 Algood Place Rick Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CARL CHRISTMAN 304 Earnshaw Drive Carl IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS M. J. CLAY I09 Oakview Drive Roger IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE F. CLARK 325I Claar Avenue Jennifer IE, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL H. CLARK 255I Adirondack Trail Slasia IE, Senior Mimi Junior MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR CLEVELAND I95l Laird Avenue Judy Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. COATNEY I864 Eas'I' Sfroop Road Laura IE, Junior MR. AND MRS. VIRGIL COCHRAN 30I7 LaRue Drive Dennelh IC, Sophomore MR. AND MRS. THOMAS COLLING 3600 Delaine Avenue Beverly Wells Senior MR. AND MRS. HENRY COLLINS 2536 Hazelwood Avenue Randy Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL C. COLVIN 4263 Maxlin Road Richard ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES COMBS ll25 Sharon Avenue Jim Junior MR. AND MRS. RAY COMBS 4559 Bunchdale Sireel Danny Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ALLAN J. CONRAD 5l6 Judilh Drive Neal ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. COOK 3737 Endover Road Linda IEI Senior Sharon IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DOUGLAS COPELAND 3013 Suffon Avenue Ruih IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. L. H. CONRAD 363l Twinbroolr Lane Mille Senior MR. AND MRS. L. COUGHLIN 4308 Maxlin Road Dianne IEI Junior COL. AND MRS. JOHN M. COULTER I5lI Marilyn Avenue LeRoy IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD COUSER 2l I3 Gay Drive Virginia IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. LEE COX 3708 Wenzler Drive Phyllis Lee ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EDWARD COY 2324 Whiilack Place Marilyn Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES V. CRAIG I II6 Lavern Avenue Shirley Senior MRS. R. M. CRITCHELL 4884 Mad River Road Diana Sophomore MR. AND MRS. BERNARD CROSSEN 40l6 Meadowcrofl Road Sharon IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EVERETT CRUTCHER 2307 Aurora Kerry Junior MR. AND MRS. GERALD CULBERTSON 620 Hollendale Drive Bob Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE DALIE 2902 California Avenue Bernadine IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. THOMAS DALTON 2704 Aerial Avenue Joyce IEI Senior Carol Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. H. DANISHEK 4025 Wagner Road Charles ICI Junior John IWI Sophomore MRS. HELEN DANSON 29I7 Oalrley Avenue Delia IWIJunior MR. AND MRS. THOMAS W. DARBY 930 Gardner Road Tom ICI Senior Susan ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. CARL W. DARNELL 4889 Bigger Road Carla IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD DAUGHERTY 2450 Danz Avenue Carol Junior MR. AND MRS. DAVELL l708 Norlon Avenue Bill IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. DAVIS 248 Canlerlaury Drive Diclr IEI Senior Ann IEI Junior MR. 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JACK WILLIAMS 3639 Kingswood Drive Ken Junior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD WILSON 2528 E. Dorolhy Lane Gary Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HAROLD V. WILSON 27I2 Parklawn Drive Carol ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. H. C. WINDSOR I200 Willowdale Avenue Dorolhea Junior MR. AND MRS. AMOS WRIGHT 2364 Acosla Slreef Charles IEI Senior MR. GEORGE M. WOLFE l0l7 Larriwood Avenue Greg Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL WYCKOFF 932 Colfonwood Road Paul Sophomore MRS. BELLE N. WYNN 542 E. Dorolhy Lane Tim ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT YOE 42l Wilherby Drive Elaine ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAS. E. YOUNG 2329 Culver Avenue Dan ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. NED M. YOUNG 2973 Berkley Road Ru+h Ann IWI Sophomore Rosemary Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL YOUNG 803 E. Dorolhy Lane Carol IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. JACK A. YOST IOI6 Larriwood Avenue Jack ICI Sophomore DAVID V. RAYBURN Mr. David Rayburn, Fairmont bi- ology teacher and golf coach, died De- cember 9, 1962. His death ended the successful career of a man who had tre- mendous courage and the respect of everyone who knew him. Mr. Rayburn came to Fairmont in 1954 as biology instructor and assistant football coach. Because of a 95? loss of sight by 1956, he transferred to golf coach and led the team to six consecu- tive state matches, winning the champion- ship in 1961. The same year, the Ket- tering Kiwanis Club selected him Ket- tering "Man of the Yearf' One cannot replace a man as great as Coach Rayburn, but we can try to keep him in our hearts and minds and to keep his memory alive through our actions and deeds. Two men dedicate lives to molding young minds WALTER D. PUGH Walter Dan Pugh, principal of Oakview Elementary School and unofficial chaplain and trainer of Fairmontis athletic teams, died November 11, 1962. During his many years of service to the youth of Kettering, Mr. Pugh gave both encouragement and understanding to those he met. His warm personality radiated to students and adults alike. Mr. Paul Wagner, athletic director, summed up his model philosophy: "He inspired them by his spirit . . . And most important, he gave th'em a positive Christian outlook on lifef, IN MEMORIAM By Viney Wilder In countless gentle, kindly ways He lived a sermon all his days, Believing in the folks he knew And making friends his life time through Enjoying life, its work and fun, He sought the best in everyone, Living his faith from day to day He sowed good seed along the way. Now death has set his spirit free ln fields of immortality To claim a task of greater worth Than any he had known on earth. Seniors Acker, Mary .lo-50, 51 Agnor, Gary-50 Albaugh, Linda-25, 50, 151, 152, Clark, Clara-25, 56, 155, 165, 210, 153, 220, 230, 234 Albright, Bonnie-50, 155, 176 Alexander, Robert-50, 155 Alexander, Ruth-50, 155, 230 Amand, David-H50 Anderson , James-50 Angoff, Robert-50 Ankeney, Anthony, Robert-50 Parme-50, 165 Anthony, Richardf50, 155, 217 Appleton, Chris-50, 155, 168 Argue, 1rene750, 183, 230, 233 183, Armold, Charles-50 Asbury, Terrence-50 Atkin, Everard-50 Attebefrry, Darlene-50, 155 Aultz, cymhi5v24, 25, 51, 153, 155, 161, 172, 208, 209, 212, 213, 226, 243 Bachand, Kathleen-51, 155, 159, 162, 249 Badger, Susan-51, 179, 230 Bainter, Pamela-51, 158, 175, 240 Bair, Marketa-51, 159, 162 Baker, William-25, 51 Bally Donna-51, 155, 158 Ballard, Sonja-51, 156 Barker, Terry-51, 182 Barnhart, Glenn-25, 51 Barr, Rebecca-51, 155, 157, 162 Barrett, William-51 Beard, Charles-52, 162, 171 Beatty, Derrel-52 Beelner, Bruce-52 Behnken, Herbert-52 Belg, William-52 Bender, Paul-52 Bennett, Marvin-52 Berdahl, Paul-25, 51, 153, 160, 161, 221, 227, 229, 231 Bieler, William-52, 153 Billings, Linda-52 Bishop, Robert-52, 169, 254 Black, Terrell-52 Blackburn, James-52 Blair, Jonelle-52,159 Blair, Robertf53 Blatt, Rita-53, 221, 228 Bleek, Edward-53, 163 Boak, clifford-53, 171, 185, 232 Bodem, Douglas-53, 234- Boise, Eileen-53, 233 Bollinger, Brenda-53, 156, 233 Bond, Bonniw53 Bond, Conniw53 Borchers, Lois-53, 155, 232 Bordwell, Sue-53, 155, 157, 162, 233, 234 Bothmann, Randall-53, 221, 229 Botts, Charles-53 Bradfield, .lames-53, 179 Bradford, Mary-53, 155, 163 Bradley, Keith-53, 165, 170, 221 Brenner, Deborah-53, 165, 234 Brfxster, Elaine-54, 56, 153, 156, Brill, Linda-54 Brinkel, Diant?54, 234, 229 Brookey, Sharon-54, 233 Brooks, Judy-54, 162 Brown, Sandra-3, 54, 156, 158, 175 Brown, Sharron-54, 157, 178 Brownsberger, William-54, 160, 198, 234 Brumfiel, Brucw54, 155, 234 Brunsman, Caroline-54, 153, 160, 163, 176,,233 Brunsman, John-54, 163, 170 Buchholz, Bradley-54, 160 Burgess, .leanne+55, 165, 230 Buschar, Judith-55, 165, 218, 220, 228, 255 Busbong, Donna-55, 159, 231, 233 Buvinger, Doug-55, 66, 168, 198, 234, 238 cnhoun, Phillip-25, 55, 160, 162, 168, 125, 200, 204, 238 Calihan, Donald-25, 55, 160, 161 Call, Norman-55 Campbell, Charles-55 Cantrell, Carol-55, 233 Carey, William-55 Catalano, David-55 Caupp, Ada-55, 156, 232 Clark, Anastasia-51, 56, 157, 162, 175, 210, 211 211, 234 Clark, Leon-56 Clark, Marjorie-25, 56, 155 Clark, Michael-56 Coburn, Karenf25, 56, 153, 155, 158, 162, 234 Cody, Edward-56 Collins, Christine-56, 165 Collins, Charles-56 Common, Ann-56, 160, 162, 212, 213, 217, 221, 228 Conrad, Neal-56, 155, 221, 229 Constable, Margaret-56, 157, 162 c66k, Linasfzs, 57, 157, 220, 228, 254 Corsaw, Michael-57, 164, 180 Corwin, Linda-57, 220, 230 Coulter, LeRoyf25, 51, 57, 153, 154 Couser, Virginia-57, 233 Craig, Shirley-57 Credlebaugh, Paul-57 Crews, Cynthiai57, 159, 162, 247 Crooke, Christina-57, 158 Cruze, Keith-57 Cupp, Paul-57 Cyester, Tod-57, 168 Dagg, Sandra-57 Dalie, Bernadinr'57, 167, 233 Dalton, .loycw57, 234- Damuth, Lynn-57, 158 Darby, Thomas-57, 185, 188, 191 193, 196, 208 Davis, Alexanderf57, 155, 171, 223 Davis, Davis, Dawso Carol-58,, 155 Richard-58, 160, 161, 234 n, Carol-58 Deis, Brian-58, 160, 169, 234 Deis, Peter-58 Delaney, Karen-24, 58, 167, 233 Delcontivo, Dinny-25, 58, 153, 155, 169, 234 Denlinger, Martinf58, 155, 173 Dennis, ,layneh58, 155, 162, 233 Detrick, Genevieve-58 Detrick, .lanet-58, 158, 230, 233 Deutsch, Barbara-58, 233 Dieterle, Gordon-58, 155, 231 Dieterle, .lohn-58, 197 DiSalvo, Tom-58, 169 Dolkowski, Marcia-S8 Donson, Diane-58, 153, 155, 157, 165, 184, 212, 213 Drake, Robert-25, 58, 155, 162 Drerup, William-59, 63, 160, 161, 169, 234 Drexler, Leslie-59, 155, 158, 165 Earnhart, Anna-59, 230 Easter, James-59, 234 Eckhardt, Donna-59, 155, 165, 172, 176 Edgington, .lean-59 Edwards, Robert-59, 185, 188, 193, 231 Edwards, .lerry-59, 171, 185 Edwards, Patricia-59 Elam, Arthur-59, 182 Elkins, Barry-60, 224, 276 Ellington, Ronald-60, 176, 179, 231 Ellis, Ellis, Ellis, Emmo Emmo Andrea-60, 230 Carolyn-60, 230, 233 Francis-60 tt, Barbara-60, 164, 177 tt, Elizabeth-60, 158, 162, 164, 167, 177, 234 Engleman, Victoria-60 Erixon, Ronald-60 ESPY. EHPY. Diannah-60, 115, 231 Donnah-60, 115, 230 Esselman, Douglas-60, 170 Evans, Ronald-25, 61, 153, 155, 162, 171, 185, 234 Ewing, Joseph-61, 234 Faber, .ludy-61, 234 Fadely, SurH25, 61, 157, 175, 178, 234, 260, 261 Fanning, .lane-61, 155, 165, 234 Farioli, Carla-61, 155, 162, 172, 224 Faulkner, Delbert-61 Fensel, Phillip-25, 61, 153, 168, 185, 187, 197 Fenton, Janet-61, 152, 153, 155, 159, 162, 183, 217, 219, 234 Ferguson, Richard-61 Ferree, Gary-61 Fetters, Darlene-61, 233 Fields, Patricia-62, 233 Fink, Douglas'-49, 62, 155, 168 Fiorita, Michael-62 Fisher, David-49, 62, 66, 153, 185, 188, 192, 193, 196, 234 Fitzpatrick, John-62, 182 Flatter, John-62, 152, 153, 168, 172, 185, 194, 195, 196 Flavin, Charles-62, 161, 232 Fletcher, Clyds?62 Flynn, Charlene-62, 233 Flinn, Cynthia-62, 234, 262 Flynn, .lohn-62 Foley, Malachy-155, 160, 181 Foster, Donald-62, 185, 198, 238 roster, William-11, 25, 62, 151, 152, 153, 188, 185, 191, 192, 234 Fouke, Judy-3, 56, 62, 158, 175, 219, 239 Fourton, Rosalind-62, 159 Frame, Carol-62, 155, 162, 233 Freeders, Dianne-62, 159 Freidline, Steven-62, 168 Fricke, Oliver-63, 154, 171 Fry, Thomasi63 Fuls, Richard-63 Fulton, Gloria-63 Gaines, Shirley-63, 159 Gampher, Carol-63, 165, 210, 211 Gantz, Gary-63, 155 Gauldin, Linda-63 Geatty, Richard-63, 152, 185, 188, 193, 244, 276 Gebhart, Virginia-63, 220, 231 Geeding, Patricia-63, 155, 157, 233 George, August-63, 185, 188, 192 George, Beverly-64, 158, 230, 233 Gereson, Susan-64, 162, 172 Giffin, James-64, 221, 229 Gill, Charles-64, 168 Godown, Bonnie-64, 155, 230 Goode, .lames-64 Goodpaster, Robert-64, 167 Gordon, Bonnie-64 Gowans, Williamh64 Gray, Patricia-64, 230 Green, Jan-64, 233 Green, Kathryn-64, 155, 175, 221, 228 Greimann, Vicki-65, 155, 208, 209 Grierson, Michelle-65 Griffith, John-65 Gustafson, Jan-65, 221, 228 Guth, Thomas-65 Gutwein, Daniel-65 Hacker, William-65, 163, 169 Hagedon, Patricia-65, 153, 155, 162, 208, 209, 233 Hahn, Danie1i65 Haines, James-65 Hardwick, Rosemary-65 Harley, Mary Lou-65, 233 Harrold, Mike-65, 185, 197 Harlow, Gary-65, 128, 185, 276 Harris, Daniel-65 Harshmau, Judith-65, 158, 221, 229 Hart, Nancy-65, 159, 208 Hasting, Paul-65 Hastings, Donald-66 Hatfield, Mary-25, 66, 157, 262 Hawn, Betty-66, 159, 217, 219, 230 Head, W11114m466 Hesdrick, E114-25, 66, 153, 157, 165, 178 Heath, Martha-66 Hedges, Gayle-66, 178, 179, 230 Heller, rredfzs, 66, 160, 161, 182, 221, 229 Helmer, Pamela-'66, 157 Helser, Gerald-66, 160, 169 Hendricks, William-66 Henry, Barbara-25, 66, 233, 249 Hermetz, Michael-67, 249 Herron, Carolyn--67, 176, 236 Hex-tel, crm-67, 220, 229 Hess, .lean-67, 153, 165, 173, 230 Hetzler, Russel-67, 165 Hewitt, Pamela-67 Hewitt, Ronald-67, 185 Hicks, Cathleen-67, 154 Hild, Rodney-67, 155, 197 Hill, James-67, 193, 188, 185 Hill, Robert-67, 130, 182, 197, 234 Hinkley, Ann-25, 67, 90, 153, 165, 210, 233 Hinman, Sandra-68 1-lockett, Richard-68, 153, 155 Hoeflinger, Kathleen-68, 165 Hoffman, Barbara-68, 230, 239, 261 Hoffman, Lynn-3, 25, 68, 153, 155, 162, 175 Hollis, Kathleen-68, 155, 157, 176, 220, 222, 233 Hollis, Wayne-68, 165 Holstrom, Elaine-68 Houser, Rebecca-68, 172, 210, 211 Houston, Jennifer-68, 230 Howe, John-68, 155, 162, 234 Huddleston, Joe-25, 68, 160, 161, 162, 221, 229 Huden, Vicky-69, 154 Hughes, Robert-69 Hulsman, Richard-25, 69, 172, 221, 227, 229, 231 Hunter, Louise-69, 233 Huntzinger, James-69, 221, 227, 229 Hurley, Patricia-25, 69, 158, 161, 233 Hurt, Constance-69, 156, 230 Hutchinson, Tim-69, 197, 232 Hutchinson, Gary-69, 194, 195, 196 Jamison, Kent-25, 69, 160, 234 Jenner, Richard-69 Johnson, Keith-69, 168, 185 Johnson, Terese-69, 158, 176 Johnson, Timothy-25, 69, 160, 161, 182 Johnson, Williamf69 Jones, Charles-69 161165, Judi-69, 233 Jordan, David-69, 221, 228, 232 Kappeler, .lack-70, 160, 180 Kelly, MichaelA70 Keister, Martha-70, 157, 172, 227, 231 Kidd, Nikita-70, 154- Kiger, .loy-70, 157 King. .lack-70, 152, 185, 188, 191, 193, 196, 234- Kingham, Arthur-70 Kingsbury, David-70 Kinnard, R6bmi70, 155, 160, 164, 171, 173, 220 Kirk, sh5f6nf70, 152, 153, 157, 165, 183, 184, 208 Kirsch, Christine+70, 155, 157, 233 Kissel, Doug-70, 168, 220 Kistler, Arthurf70, 171 Klitch, ,ludithv-70, 155, 172 Knapp, Michael-70, 153, 165, 221, 222, 227, 229 Kniess, Lee-11, 70, 185, 188, 193 Knight, Jerry-70 Knox, Peggy-25, 66, 70, 152, 153, 155, 157, 174, 183 Knupp, Karenf71, 233 Koch, Dorisf71 Konicki, Clifford-71, 168 Konrad, Robert-71 Kos, R0lJertf71, 160, 170, 220, 221 Krajewski, Volker-71, 155, 163, 185, 234 Kratzer, Beverly-71, 234 Kraus, Terry-71 Krug, Barbarai71, 158, 233 Krynzel, Daniel-71, 200, 204, 238 Krznarich, Gail-71 Kushner, Cheryl-71, 165 Kuhn, Roger-72, 234, 243 Kuhnert, Doris-72, 157 Kuntz, James-72, 185, 188, 192, 238 Lam, Herbert-72 Lane, Janet-72, 156 Langston, Margaret-25, 72, 153, 155, 160, 227, 228, 234 LaRue, Jacqueline-24, 25, 72, 155, 165, 221, 228, 234 Laurito, .leffrey-72, 194 Law, Ellen Lee-25, 72, 155, 176, 233 Lawrence, Edgar-72, 180 Lehman, Ann-25, 72, 153, 157, 162, 174, 207, 208, 209, 234 Leiter, Sharon M.-72 Leiter, Sharon S.-73, 230 Liston, Susan-73, 155, 165, 226 Little, Michael-73, 160, 170, 182 Lobo, David-56, 73, 185, 188, 192, 196 Loesch, Larry-73, 185 Lohmann, Ronald-73 Long, Shirley-73 Longman, Robert-73 Lokabaugh, Robert-73, 154, 182 Lotter, Robert-73 Low, Thomas-73, 154 Lowe, Donald-73, 229 Lucas, Nancyi74, 155, 159, 162, 183, 233 Luken, Randy-74, 156, 168 Lundcrtnan, .lack-74, 155, 171 Lynch, Catherinr?74, 55, 157, 165, 210, 211, 230 Madden, Terry-74, 153, 185 Madden, Bill-25, 74, 163, 171, 223 Mat-der, Michae1f74, 185, 171, 198, 199, 238 Magill , Larry-74 Malone, William-25, 74, 160, 161 221, 229 Manley, Michael-74, 168 Mardis, Michael-74 Marshall, Charles-74, 178 Marshall, Donalnli74, 221, 229, 234 Martin, lrwinf74, 168, 227, 229, 234 Masters, Cl1arlesf74 Matthews, Dianne-74, 90, 158, 175, 233, 273 ' Maxic, Dennis-74 McCarthy, Thomasf75, 155, 171 McC1anahan, Betty-75, 163 McCoy, Gerald-75 McEvoy, James-75, 226 McFarland, Carl-55, 75 McGraw, Cl1arlcsS55, 75, 155, 166, 170 McKenzie, Davidf25, 72, 75, 155, 185, 194, 234 McSherry, .lohn-75 Mcsherry, William-75, 160, 165, 170 Mead, Shirley-75 Meadows, Wayne-75, 250 Melville, Patricia-75 Mercer, Gary-76 Mcrz, Thon1ase76, 160, 165 Mesarvey, Keith-76 Metz, Thomas-25, 76, 185 Meyers, Arnette-76, 156, 175, 221, 228, 233, 255 Michael, Barbara-76, 150 Mike-sell, Richard-76, 170 Millar tl, .lack-76, 155, 169 Miller, Antoinettn+76, 155, 156, 165, Miller 223, 230, 235 , Clarence-76, 168, 185 Miller, Joyce-76, 158 Miller, Lancw76, 168 Miller, Martha-77, 174 Miller, Raymond-77, 197 Miller, Richard-77 Miller , Susani77, 229, 233 Miller, Vicki-77, 155, 165 Mitchell, Myron-77 Moline, Dale-25, 77, 185, 200, 204, 234, 243 Moninger, Carolyn-77, 156, 233 Moore, D0naldi77, 168, 188, 275 Moore, Gary-77, 151, 152, 185, 188, 189, 192, 196 Moore, James-77,, 197 Moore Moore Moren Moritz 153, , Kathleen-77 , Virginia-77, 208, 209, 231 , Barbara-77 , Kathryn-11, 25, 49, 77, 155, 216, 217, 219 Moss, Timothy-77 Mote, Thomas-77 Mullins, Peggy-77, 156, 230, 233 Musselman, Ronald-78 Nanni, Chery1i78, 155 Nead, Barbara-78, 153, 158, 163 Neff, Linda-78, 156, 159, 232 Newlin, Nancy-78, 155, 157, 162, 233 Neyhouse, Dorothy-25, 78, 153, 161, 226, 234 Nishimura, Susan-78, 157, 230 Norris, Kenneth-78, 168, 228 Noyes, Barbara-78, 159 0'Banion, Sharon-78, 156, 233 Odom, Donna-78, 155, 162 Oishi, Marlene?56, 78, 155, 175, 289 Ondre, Linda-79, 158 0'Nei1, Jill-79, 162, 165, 234- Oosting, Elizabeth-79, 155, 157, 159, 230, 234- O'Shea, Donald-79 Ossege, .lean-79 Osterloh, Linda-79, 154, 233 Owens, Charlotte-79, 162, 220, 233 Paist, Ann-25, 79, 162, 167, 178, 179, 223 Parks, Barry-79, 170, 179, 234 Paton, Peggy-79 Pease, James-79, 160, 165, 170 299 Baker, Danny-96 Peeno, Helenf8O, 230 Pemberton, Ra1phf80 Penley, Roger-80 Penquitc, Jacqueline-80, 155, 158, 175, 240 Pepper, Kenneth-80 Perdue, Barbaraf80 Perdue, Janice-80 Perkins, Sandra-80 Pester, Karenf80, 156, 233 Peterson, Charlesf80 Peyton, Charlot'cf80 Phillips, Jeffery-80, 226 Pilson, Robertfiil, 231 Polxst, Nancygfil, 157, 221, 227, 229, 230 Poffenberger, Davwiil Price, Carolyn-81 Price, Garyf8l, 221, 227, 229 Prouty, Robert-81 Puckett, Beve'r1yf81, 155, 232 Puterbaugh, Ralph-81 Quigley, Patriciaf81 Rabold, Scottc781, 233 Rader, Tomf81, 161, 185, 221, 227, 229 Rninns, Tnni-25, 81, 155, 234 Ramalcy, Susan-81, 165, 220 Rausch, Pattyef25, 81, 153, 155, 160, 161 Readey, 1amesf49, 81, 153, 185, 200, 204, 234 Rcadey, John-81, 151, 152, 185, 200, 201, 204, 238 Reidy, Robert-81, 275 Rcinicl-Ie, William-81, 168, 185 Resh, Mariannw-25, 82, 162, 221, 227, 229, 234 Reynolds, Larry-82 Rihas, VictoriaW82, 155, 158, 230, 234 Richardson, Car0l749, 82, 157, 158, 217 Rivlenour, Joanf82, 155, 157, 210, 211 Riffcl, Herbert-82, 168, 247 Rike, Douglas-82, 168 Rittenhouse, Joyce?25, 82, 153, 157, 178 Ritter, 1ohnf82 Rix, Barry-82, 231 Roberts, Cl0ria+82, 156 Robertson, Phillip-25, 82, 155, 160, 162, 171, 185, 234 Robeson, Franklin-63, 82, 153, 155, 172, 185, 222, 223 Robinett, Garland-82, 170, 181 Robison, Daniel-82, 128, 185, 200, 204, 238 Rogers, 1aquataf82 Rossiter, Eric-82 Rowe, Ronald-82 Rowland, Margaretf83, 162 Rowland, Veda-25, 83, 155, 166, 175, 179, 211 Royston, .1amcse83 Rubin, Barharaf25, 83, 155, 157, 165, 212, 221, 228 Ruhlman, Donald-83, 168 RnSsn1,'shsi1n-83, 155 Rutherford, Virginia-83 Salyers, Sandra-83, 159, 183, 234 Salyers, DeLane-83 Santurbane, Vincent-83 Sauer, Davidw83 Saunders, Peter-83 Schaaf, Anna-84, 233 Schaefer, Richard-84, 161, 185 Schaffer, David-25, 84, 160, 161, 163 Schaffer, Jim-194 sennrdi, Mike-84, 168, 188, 244 Schilling, Donald-84, 234 Schneider, Rogerf84 Schneider, Ronald-84 Schoen, Nancy-84 Schwellet, Rita-84, 233 Schwob, Gary-84 Schwoebel, .1amesf3, 84, 174, 240 snnn, Gary-84, 185, 188, 191, 193, 244, 276 Sebert, James-85, 161, 164, 180 Seitz, Rar1da1l785 Selz, Andreaw-85, 167, 234 Shadowens, Caro1ynf85, 230 Shaffer, Carolyn-85, 158, 162, 211 Shaffer, James-85, 155, 168, 185 Shatzer, George-85 Shaw, Peggy-25, 85, 160 Shawver, Nancy-85 Shelly, Craig-85 Sherman, Sally-85, 158, 176, 207, 300 231, 233 Shinn, Barbaraf85, 230 Shipley, Jacqueline-96, 156 Short, William-96 Shue, .lacquelyn-86 Siegfried, Rita-86 Sikes, Sherry-86, 154, 158, 234 Sillery, Ruth-86, 160 Simmerman, Jamie-86, 220, 230 Sizer, Sandraf25, 86, 153, 154, 157, 167, 175 Sloan, William-86, 221, 227, 229, 234 Smith, Bennettv25, 86, 155 Smith, Cheryle-86, 162, 233 Smith, Shirley-86, 162, 179 Snyder, Charlotte-86, 162, 172, 220, 223, 231, 235 Somerwill, Larry-25, 86, 170, 182 Sones, Dar1enef25, 86, 157, 177 Spicer, Barbara-86, 230 Spicka, Doug1asf25, 86 Spitler, 1eanf86, 155, 233 Spivey, I.awrencf87 Squires, Jane-91, 155, 162, 221, 228 Stachler, Michae1f87, 168, 229 Stahl, Michael-87, 249 Stapleton, Barbara-87, 155, 174, 184, 220, 226, 233 Staup, Lindae'87, 177 Stemmler, Paula-87 Stephens, Gretchen-89, 155, 158, 240, 247 Story, Jerry-87 Stuck, Tom-87, 154, 221, 227, 229 Stull, Carole-71, 87, 153, 155, 165 , 183, 208 Stump, Brenda463, 87, 172, 222, 223, 230 Sturtevant, Evelyn-88, 162 Sturtevant, Mary-92, 162, 233 Swafford, Wanda-88 Swartzel, Barbara-88, 158, 233 Swigcart, Linda-25, 88, 153, 155, 221, 228, 234 swink, Patricia-25, 88, 92, 153, 158 Tate, Bryan-92, 165, 170 Tate, Terry+88, 92, 155, 245 Taylor, Constance-88, 92 Thacker, Sylvia-88, 92, 159 Theiss, Clairw55, 88, 92, 157, 172, 231 Thomas, Thomas-88, 92 Thomason, Richard-89, 93, 170, 221, 228 Tomlin, Barbara-89, 93 Topiah, Robert-89, 93 Torley, Lois-25, 89, 155, 159, 210, 211, 289 Trout, George-89, 165, 168, 185, 188, 193, 196, 198, 232, 234, 238 True, James-89, 160, 170 Truesdale, Melinda-89, 233 Ulm, David-87, 161 Vickers, Phyllis-89, 166, 233 Virelli, Michaelv89 Vogt, Suzanne-25, 89, 153, 158, 184, 208, 212, 234 Vollman, Irene-89, 167, 233 Vollrath, Kenneth-89 Vyszenski, Di Ann-89, 172, 233 Wade, .lihnf89 Walker, Ethan-25, 89, 155 Wallace, Kenneth-25, 89 Wallace, Velva-89, 231 Waller, Linda-25, 90, 153, 155, 157, 163, 173, 210, 211 Walter, William-90, 160 Walters, Cynthia--90, 155, 157, 233 Waters, Kathleen-90, 165, 167 Watson, William-3, 25, 90, 153, 175, 189 Weaver, Barbara-90, 166, 167, 207, 233 Webb, Mary .1of90, 233 Webb, Thomas-90 W'ehcr, Gerhard-90, 185, 198 wefien, G11-90, 155, 159, 174, 240 Weisman, Margaret-90, 155, 158 Weisman, Mary-90, 155 Waist, William-25, 91, 160, 161, 153, 182, 231, 273 Weller, Darlene-91, 172, 223, 230, 233 Wells, Beverly-91, 178, 232 Wells, .lill-91, 154 Werner, Robert-91 Wessendorf, Gudrun-91, 162 West, James-91 West, Joyce-91, 220 waz, Jane-91, 155, 158, 251 Whitacre, Sandra-91, 156 White, David-71 White, Janinfn, 240, 248 Whiteside, Eleanori25, 92, 24, 160, 221, 233, 228 Whitfield, -92, 157, 176 Whiting, Waynf+92, 234 Whittles, Joni-92, 155, 158 212 Wicklund, Lloyd-92, 154 Wilkins, Jerry-92, 160, 161, 182 Williams, Kenneth-92 Williams, Sandra-92, 158 Wilson, Barton-92, 162, 234' Wilson, 1amesi92, 231 Winkle, Edwin792, 179, 231 Wirtz, Marilyn-92 Withrow, Ca1vinf93, 185, 188, 189, 190, 192, 196 win, David-93, 182, 234 Wogaman, Georgia-93, 172, 223 Wolfe, James-93, 221, 227, 228, 231 Wolfe, Susan-93, 156, 233 Wolfe, Virginia-93, 154, 159 Wood, Donnaf93, 158, 228 Woodward, Donna-72, 93, 172, 183, 208, 209, 217, 219, 230, 234 Wooley, Judy-93 Workman, Paula-93, 157, 233 Wright, Cha.rles+93 Wynn, TimothyW93, 165 Young, Rosemary-93, 164, 233 Zipf, .lanise93, 153, 155, 160, 165 Juniors Abernathy, Bob-96, 165, 168, 185, 188 Adams, Jeanne-96, 155, 157, 233 Adkins, Nancy-96, 156, 232, 230 Airhart, Diane-96, 155 Aleshire, Roxanne-96 Allen, .lean-96, 156, 165 Allen, Larkinf95, 96, 168, 200 Alspach, Cathy-96, 155, 160, 162, 164, 209, 221, 227 Anderson, Andrea-96, 162, 220, 230 Andres, Nancy+96 Andrews, Janet-96 Antrobus, Helen-96 Appenzellefr, Lynn-165 Apple, Donna-96, 155, 156, 172, 178, 210, 226, 227, 233 Arnold, .luanita-96 Arnold, Sharon-156, 232 Ash, Michelene-96 Atchison, James-96 Atkins, Karen-96, 155, 162, 172, 220, 234 Atkins, RobertA96 Ayres, Leahf96, 179 Bach, Janet-96, 152, 155, 157, 163, 172, 208, 230 Badger, Lee-96 Bailey, .1udy+96, 234 Baines, Carole-96, 158, 163, 167, 172 Baker, Brian-96, 169 Baker, David-96 Baker, Richard-96, 188 Baker, Sandra-96 Baltrunat, Sue-96, 155, 158, 160, 163, 231 Banks, Penny-27, 96, 155, 162, 172 Barber, James-96, 160, 173 Barkalow, Richard-96 Barney, Eugene-96, 234 Barr, Beverly-96 Barr, Patricia-96, 156 Barren, Lindn-96, 155, 162, 172 Bates, Gary-96 Batts, Richard-96, 155, 160, 172 Bauser, Roger-96, 152, 165, 231 Baxley, Cheryl-96 Beanblossom, David-97, 171, 189 205 Beardsley, Charles-97, 160, 221, 229 Bearzy, Evelyn-97, 219, 238 Beasley, Nancy-97, 158, 234 Beason, Carlh97, 185, 189, 234 Beatty, Janet-97 Beatty, Larry-97, 185, 188, 237 Beebe, Linda-97, 162, 226 Beem, Douglas-97 Begley, Sonja-97 Bell, Bruce-97 Bell, Patricia-97 Bellar, Carolf97, 156, 167, 233 Benner, Wilma-97, 158 Benson, Wayne-97, 160 Berger, Lawrenci?97 Bernat, Richarde97 Bertsch, Anne'f97, 162, 165 Besanceney, .l0y-97, 156, 221, 229, 234 Betsch, Carlaf97, 155, 162, 209, 234 Beverly, Carolyni97, 232 Bihr, Patricia-97 Billing, Diane-97, 180 Blair, Donna-97, 154 Blake, Mary-98 Blesi, Johnf98 Bollinger, Richardf98 Borchers, Terry-98, 165, 197, 171 Borton, Sandraf98 Bossi, Charles-98, 171 Bowden, Charlane-98, 157, 209, 212, 226 Bowman, Dorothy-98 Bradford, Vondaf98, 230, 232 Brandenburg, Suzanne-98, 162 Brandt, Charles-f98 Brannen, Barbara-98, 209 Brechlin, Alicia-98, 156, 207, 230, 232 Brewer, Marvin-98, 162 Bridgeman, Linda-98 Brinck, William-98, 232 Broedling, Suzanne-98 Brooker, Kay-98 Brookery, Robertf98 Brooks, Edward-98, 155, 160 162, 172 Brooks, .lonal-98 Brooks, Philip-98 Brothers, Laurie-98, 247 Brower, Marsha-98, 165, 159 Brown, Arleen-98 Brown, James-98, 189 Brown, Kathy-98 Brown, Michael-698, 156 Brubaker, Daniel-98 Bruhn, .lack-98 Brunk, Janis-99 Brunner, Sue-99, 232 Brust, Frances-99, 155, 221, 227, 234, 228 Burnison, Jane-99, 165 Burrows, Richard-99, 168, 185, 194, 198, 199 Burton, Shelley-99 Byrd, Pamela-99, 155 Byrkett, Don-99, 160 Cadwell, Daniel-99, 229 Caldwell, Carolyn-99, 165 Caldwell, Charles-99, 231 Caldwell, Donna-99, 158 Campbell, .lean-99, 162 Cantrell, William-99, 198 Capurro, Tony-98 Carlton, Beverlyw99, 220, 229 Cashour, Roy-99 Catalano, Danielf99 Caudill, Roy-99 Chakrian, Susan-99, 154, 178 Chandler, Roger-99 Christy, Edward-99 Ciamhro, Linda-99 Clark, Irvini99, 197 Clark, Mimi-99, 230, 232 Clark, Roseanne-99 Clarke, Margaret--99, 166 Clarkson, Patricia-99 Clay, Roger-99, 155, 165 Clayton, Charles-99 Cline, Bruce-99, 168, 200 Clute, Karenf99 Coatney, Laura-99, 212 Cole, Farrell-99, 229 Collins, Gwen-99, 165 Collins, Nicholas-99 Collins, Stevw99 Combs, James-99, 200 Combs, Yondal-99 Copeland, Ruth-99, 159 Cost, Curtis-99 Cotterman, Juli-99, 230 Coughlin, Dianner-99, 155, 184, 209, 212, 234 Couser, Meriheth-100, 230 Craft, Diana-100, 155, 160, 163, 166, 210 Criss, Cheryl-100, 234 Criswell, Vicki-100, 234 Crossley, James-100, 189 Crossley, Karen-100, 155, 156, 233 Cruea, Rick--100 Crutcher, Kerry-100 Culbertson, Charles-100 Cummins, Don-100 Curtis, Candace-100 Dadisman, Carol-100 Dailey, Barbara-100 Daniels, James-100 Danishek, Charles-100 Danson, Delia-100, 157, 220, 230, 234 Dapice, Carol-100, 159 Darby, Susan-100, 115, 230 Darnell, CarlaA100, 154, 160, 161, 163, 166, 173, 178, 179, 233 Daugherty, Carol-100, 155 Daugherty, Paul-100 Davis, Ann-100, 160, 162, 221, 227, 228 Davis, Barbara-219 Davis, .loseph-100 Deehel, Linda-101, 154, 155, 162 Delph, Loran-101 Deters, Roberta+101, 165, 210, 221, 228 Detter, Pauline-101 Dexter, Susan-101, 156, 162, 233, 234 Dick, Kenneth-101, 198 Dicke, Nancy-101, 155, 163 Dietrich, Mary-101, 156 Dillon, Jeanne-101, 155, 162, 172 Dils, Constance-101, 234 Dimatteo, Michael-101, 165 Dixon, Steve-101 Dodd, ,Ierry-101, 168, 194 Doebler, Jack-101, 155 Dolfman, Gregory-101, 168, 182 Donson, Georg1?101, 155 Dowler, Claudia-101, 156 Downing, Charles-101, 154, 171. Dugan, Patricia-101, 155, 158, 234 Dunham, Gregory-101, 162, 171 Dunn, .lack-101, 165 Dunn, John-101, 168 Dunson, Tye-101, 154, 160, 165, 168, 194, 198, 234 Dybvig, Karen-101, 115, 157, 162 209, 172 Eagle, David-101, 171, 189 Ebert, Carolyn-101 Edwards, Kathy-101, 155, 158, 165, 166 Eggleston, Fred-101 Elliott, Thomas-101, 188 Ellis, Forrest-101 Ellis, Larry-101 Ellis, Robert-101 Ellis, Tom-101 Engelhart, Carol-101, 164 Enos, Gary-101 Epard, Robert-101 Ersted, Thomas-101 Estes, Sylvia-101 Eversole, Walker-101, 162 Faehl, Rickey-101, 160, 163, 226 Fair, BarbaraA101 Federle, Cheeri-102, 155, 162, 167 Felkley, Ted-102, 198 Finegold, Lawrence-102, 163, 198 Finigan, Micnnel-102, 155, 163, 166, 173, 178 Finnigan, Carol-102 Fioma, Te.-14-102 Fischer, Glenn-102, 110 Fisher, Deanne-102 Fitzpatrick, Jayne-102, 162, 230 Flavin, James-102 Fledderjohn, Sue-102, 155, 157, 230 Flynn, Gladys'-102 Focht, Theodorcf102 Forgy, Nancy-102, 158, 165 Formichella, Rita-102, 155, 157, 163, 172 Forquer, Carry-102 Forth, Robert-102 Forth, Sue-102, 172 Forthofer, Shirley-102, 172 Foster, Tom-102 Foster, William-102, 107 Fox, Carol-102 Fox, Elizabeth-102, 179, 231 Frazee, Steve-102 Free, Sally-102 Freese, Raymond-102 French, Linda-102 Loy, Karone-108 Goode, Gloria-95, 103, 155, 184 Owsley, Michael-111 schulerv WaYneg114' Graham, Thomas-103 Pester, Stephen-111, 171 Harmon, Louise-104 Reagon, Kathleen--112, 162 Smith French, Pamela-102, 155, 210 Frey, Larry-102 Funk, Richard-102, 234 Furrey, Susan-102, 156 Gaffney, Paul-102, 160, 185, 194, 195 Galloway, RolJert+102, 185, 188, 198, 234 Gauldin, Conni?102 Gaylor, Patricia-102, 233 Gedeon, Kristine-102, 156 Geisel, Sandra-'102 Gephart, Ruth-102, 209, 212 Geske, Nanettw102 Getter, James-102 Geyer, Janie-102, 155 Geyer, Michael-102 Gibson, Marsha-103, 156 Gibson, Nancy-103, 155, 162 Gillespie, Brenda-103 Gillespie, Richard-103 Gilpin, Virginia-103 Ginter, Mary-103 Goebel, Carol-103, 162, 178, 226, 244- Golob, Kathy-103, 155, 162, 183 234 Goodrich, Roberth103, 168 Goodrich, Tina-103, 155, 158 Gordon, William-103 Gottschall, Lynnw103, 158, 165, 220 Graham, Michael-103, 188 Graham, Sandraf103 Gray, Robert-103, 160, 165 Gray, Ronald-103 Green, Robert-103 Green, Virginia-103 Greene, Michael-103 Griffen, Howardw103, 171 Grohoski, Barbara-103, 155, 157 209 Grotz, Dale-103, 168, 180, 206 Guenther, Patricia-103, 230 Haber, Barbara-103, 157 Hall, Diana-103 Hall, Roy-103 Hambright, Sherry-103, 152, 219 Hamby, Linda-104, 155, 210, 233 Hames, Kathleen-104, 157, 162, 166 Handy, Martha-104, 156 Hannah, David-104, 221, 229, 234 Hannum, Betty-104 Hansen, John-104 Hardman, Delores-104 Hardman, James-104 Harner, Julie-104, 162, 220 Harrison, Paula-104, 155, 157, 162 Harrison, Richard-104, 155, 160, 165 Hart, David-104 Hartzel, Margaret-104, 226, 227 Harwood, David-1045 181 Harzinski, Larry-104, 155, 173, 234 Hauck, Dennis-104 Hay, Marilyn-104, 167 Hechler, Evelyn-104 ' Heikes, 1udiw104, 155, 162, 208 Heizer, Sharon-104, 157, 209, 213 Heldenbrand, Jane-104 Heller, Betsy-104, 160, 164, 179 Henley, Marvin-104 Henn, Robert-104 Hensley, Fayr-104 Hensley, Ronald-104, 188 Hepner, Mary-104 Herd, David-104, 154, 155, 165 Hetrich, Elva-104, 166 Heuser, Joyce-104, 220, 233 Heywood, Laura-104, 155, 233 Higinhotham, Susan-104 . Hildebrand, William-104, 155, 171, 173 Himebaugh, JDQFIO4, 165, 221, 227, 229 Hinxes, Stevzw104 Hinchmarl, Lewis-104, 166, 188 Hines, Dwight-104 Hines, Jon-104, 188 Hinkley, Carol-104 Hirth, Gloria-104, 158, 210 Hirt, A.-221 Hittinger, Philip-104 Hochstetler, Greg-105, 179, 221, 221, 228, 234 Hodges, Dain-105, 182, 228 1-lodgkinson, GayIe105, 183, 219 Hoefling, Sharon-105, 219, 230, 235, 283 Hola, Steven-105, 155 Holland, Stephen-105 Holzen, Richard-105, 160, 198 Hoover, Michael-105 Horton, William-105, 173, 178 Houser, Roberta-105 Howes, Scott-105 Huber, Janet-105 Lee, Carol-107, 209, 212 Lee, Connie-107, 213 Leff, Richard-155, 160, 161, 162, 166, 178, 180 Lemon, Steve-108, 171 Leonard, Thomas-108, 188 Lightsey, Tllomasf108, 168 Linard, Howard-108 Linklater, Nancyf108, 155, 158, 152, 208, 212 List, Bonnie-108 Liszsk, John--108, 154 Lloyd, Valerie-108, 172 Loftus, Vicki-108, 158 Hudson, Robert-105 Huff, Andrew-105 Huffman, Sharon-105, 156 Hughes, Judith-105 Hume, James--105 Hunter, Carol-106 Hurley, Judith-105, 158, 221, 228 Hutchens, Douglas-105 Hutcheson, Thomas-105, 182, Logan, Stephen-108, 200, 201 234 Hyde, Philip-106, 163, 168, 172, 194- Irons, Sue-106 Irvin, Carol-106, 165 Isbell, Richard-106 Jackson, Caroline-106 Jackson, Nicky-106 Jahn, Robert-106 James, Cynthia-106 James, John-106, 155, 160, 163, 173 James, Susan-106, 156, 230 Jarusiewic, Paul-106 Jenkins, Sylvia-106, 158, 165 Johnson, Cheryl-106, 159, 162 Johnson, David-106 Johnson, Phillip-106 Johnson, Sherry-106 Jonas, Gail-106 Jones, Fred-106, 171 Jones, Jacqueline-106 Jones, Stephen-106, 173, 199 Josselyn, Meredith-106, 155 Joy, Robert-106 Jump, Gregory-106, 160, 182 Kabbes, Robert-106 Kalat, .James-106, 155, 163, 172 Karavish, Tony-106 Kasel, William-106 Kathmann, Carolyn-106 Keeney, Norbert-106, 188, 185, 231 Keiter, Marcia-106, 230 Kelly, Beverly-106, 232 Kelly, Paul-106 Kemmer, Edward-106 Kemper, Michael-106, 170 Kennedy, Larry-106 Kern, Jack-106, 181 Kerr, Loretta-106, 162 Keto, John-106, 155, 162, 160 Kettleson, Karen-106, 156, 220 Kevern, Thomas-106, 155, 168 Keyes, James-106, 205 Kibler, John-106 Kimble, Robert-107 Kindrick, Sarah-107 King, John-107 King, Marilyn-107, 95 Kinkade, Dee Ann-107, 162, 220, 233 Klim, Kathryn-107, 155, 162 Kling, Debbie-107, 156, 207, 220 Knott, Connie-107, 220, 230 Kormos, Gregory-107, 168, 185, 198, 199 Kramer, Joyce-107, 179, 230 Krapf, Patricia-107, 230 Krause, Sue-107 Kreitzer, Frances-107, 163 Krolick, Jim-107 Kuck, Donna-107, 156 Kuntz, MargueriteF155, 164 Kuntz, Gretchen-107, 162, 208 213, 230 Kuster, John-107, 232 Lageman, Alison-107, 234 Lahanas, Richard-107 Lambert, Carole-107, 155, 208 219, 233, 238 Lamme, Kathryn-107, 155, 160, 163, 172, 212, 230 Landrum, Pamela-107 Lane, Brucw107 Langdon, Trenia-107, 158, 234 Lathrop, Robert-107 Lawhorn, Barbara-107, 155, 164 Leach, Alice-107 Logsdon, Rebecca-108, 162 Long, Derek-108 Long, Gary-108, 180 Loveless, Ericf108, 160, 171 Lowder, Wilma-108, 167 Lowry, Stephenf95, 108, 166, 200 Ludwick, David-108 Like, Johnf108 Luttrell, Ronald-108, 231 Maclfarland, Sandy-108, 156 McCartney, Larry-108 McClellan, Cheryl-108 McClellan, James-108, 154, 168, 185, las, 234 McClellan, KarenP108 McClellan, Nancr-108 McCoy, David-108 McCoy, Kenneth-108 McElyea, William-108, 194, 195, 185 McFarland, Dennis-108, 155 McGohan, Dan--108, 163, 171 McKee, Paul-108, 110 McKe1vey, Margerie-108, 209, 212, 233 McMurdo, Steven-108, 169, 251 McNew, Lonnie-108 McPherson, Joann-108, 220 Manny, Patrick-108, 234 Manson, Kay-108 Marshall, Sharon-108, 181 Martin, Daniel-108, 220 Martin, Diana-108, 156 Mason, Carol-108 Matheny, Judith-109, 162, 167 Matlock, Carolyn-109 Matonis, Karen-109 Matthews, Roberta-109, 156 Mayberry, Conniw109, 230, 233 Mayo, Virginia-109 Mays, Betty-109, 156 Meddock, Terry-109, 155 Meeker, Sally-109, 155, 233 Mehlhoff, David+109 Melke, Janeml09, 162, 217, 220, 230 Mengle, Edward-109 Metzler, Joseph-109, 234 Meyer, Paul-109 Meyers, Thomas-109, 165 Michael, Robert-109 Miles, Susan-109, 162 Miller, Charmalyn-109, 157, 165 Miller, David-109, 155 Miller, Deborah-109, 173 Miller, Rodney-109, 188, 196, 234 Miller, Vicki-109, 162 Millonlg, John-109, 107, 168 Minnick, David-109, 155, 172 Mitchell, Russell-110 Monesmith, James-110 Moninger, Don-110 Moody, James-110, 189, 198, 228 Moody, Karel-110, 158, 179 Moore, Gary--110 Morabito, Samuel-110, 155 Morland, David-110 Morgan, Meredith-110 Mount, John-110, 156 Mueller, David-110, 115, 185, 188, 196, 234 Mullen, Gerald-110, 163 Murch, Ann-110, 155, 162, 234 Murphy, Diana-110 Murphy, Timothy-110 Murray, Nancy-110, 155, 162 Musselman, Michael-110 Myers, Robert-110, 168, 234 Myers, Sandra-110 Nash, Debbie-110, 152, 155, 164, 172, 183, 220 Neff, Marianne-110, 155, 156 Nellis, Larry-110, 197 Nelson, Leslie-110, 165, 230 Nemcek, .lean-110, 167 Nickelson, Joycw110 Nickelson, Theordore-110 Niedhamer, Sherrie-110, 156, 167, 207, 233 Nies, Virginia-110 Nikides, Joannc+110, 107, 155, 157, 209, 212 Ning, Gilbert-110, 160, 163, 170 Nix, Marian-111 Nixon, James-111, 198, 189 Noble, Lamar-111, 229 Norris, Ella-111 Northrup, Ioycef97, 111, 155, 173 O'Brien, Patricia-111, 155, 158 Oehrtman, Jeanflll, 163, 226 Oeters, Fredflll Ogle, Bolmlwlll, 155,,157, 160, 155, 209 Olszewski, Brigittwlll Olt, Gretchen-111, 162, 220, 230, 234 O'Neal, Donna-111, 156, 167, 230, 247 Ono, Tina'-111 Orf, Danielelll, 156 Osborn, Donald!-111, 155, 168, 173 Osborn, Susan-111 Osborne, Jean-111, 158, 221, 228 Osman, Jane-111 Ossege, Larry-111 Otto, Candraw-111 Overholser, James-111, 152, 188, 196 Palmer, Markwlll, 155, 160, 220, 227, 228 Palmer, Shirley-111 Papenbrock, Richard-111, 160, 172 Patrick, Terry-111 Paul, John-111, 221, 229 Paule, Cathryn-111 Pease, Pamela-111, 157, 210, 233, 234- Peck, Linda-158, 179 Pennington, Sharon-lll, 167 Perkins, Bonnie-111, 158 Phillips, David-111 Phillips, Gayle-lll Phillips, Julia-111 Pierce, Daniel-111 Pierce, Suann-111, 179 Pifahl, Daniel-111 Pitcher, Phyllis-111, 155, 151, 152, 166 Poulos, Tim-111, las, 194, 195 Powell, Sharon-112 Power, Janice-112 Presley, Allene-112 Price, Larry-112 Price, Paul-112 Pritchard, Norma-112 Proffit, Sharon-112, 155, 158, 234 Prosser, Janet-112 Prugh, Edwin-112, 194, 205 Puterbaugh, Donnell-112 Quast, Jerry-112, 105, 200 Quast, Ray-112 Rainwater, Terry-112 Rankin, Kristina-112, 155, 162 Rankin, Nancy-112 Rausch, Daniel-112, 221, 229 Rausenberg, Suzanne-112, 157 Reed, Walter-112, 198 Reeder, Charlene-112 Reese, Cheryl-112, 157, 167, 213, 230 Reese, David-112, 185, 194 Reilly, Michael-112, 160 Revis, Elois-113, 212 Rice, Ted--113 Riggs, Elizabeth-113, 159, 162 Rinehart, Janet-113, 156, 162, 220, 228 Rish, Martha-113, 155, 172, 230 Rox, Robert-113, 194, 198 Rizzo, Kathleen-113, 156, 162 Roach, Dale-113 Roarlr, Leonard-113 Roberts, James-113, 180 Rodgers, Edward-113 Rodgers, Patricia-113 Roepken, Katherine-113, 210 Rogero, Leroy--113, 185, 188, 197 Rogers, Jeanelle-113 Rogers, Saundra-113, 167 Roller, Jay-113 Rookstool, Ronald-113, 221, 228 Roscnquist, Niles-113, 160, Ross, Barbara-113 Ross, Jeanne-113, 161 Ross, Larry-113 Ross, Susan-113, 163, 167 Rowland, Cheri+ll3, 230 168 Rurkman, James-113 Rudolph, Georgwllfi Ruhly, Sharon-113, 155, 161, 165, 172 Runyon, Doug-113 Russell, Mary-113, 157, 230, 250 Rutherford, Paul-113 Ryan, Kathleen-113, 154, 155, 162, 220 Saddlcr, Joanfl13, 156, 231 Saettel, Harry-113 Saettel, Virginiafllfi Sanders, David-113 Sanders, John-113 Sanders, Richard-113 Sandlin, Kathy-113, 234 Sandy, Gary-113, 198 Savine, Don-113, 234 Schafer, John-113, 182 Schaefer, Sue-114, 162 Schalnat, Cheryl-114, 162 Schaper, Barbara-114 Schelling, Bonnie-114, 209, 230 Schnieder, Terry-114 Scholes, James-114 Schramm, Mark-114 Schroeder, Kathy-114, 14-5, 220, 232 Scott, Vicki-114, 156 Scroggy, Mary-114 Selby, Marvin-114, 163, 160, 182 Sensenbaugh, Dennis-114, 188 Sentell, Jo Ann-114 Sevems, John-114, 221, 228 Sexton, Charles-114 Sexton, Linda-114 Shafer, Judith-114 Sharp. Jackie+14-4, 162 Shartle, John-114, 198, 188, 185, 221, 229 Shell, James-144, 154, 221, 232 Shirley, Stephani?114 Shockey, Marilyn-114, 165, 159 Shoemaker, Sandra-114 Shonk, Cherry-7114, 155, 162 Short, Margaret-114, 159 Shultheis, Carol-114, 155, 158, 221, 228 Siddall, Judith-114, 167 Siegrist, Melvin-114 Siler, Linda4114 Simovart, Jim-114 Simpson, Jennifer'114 Slaidins, Daines-114 Smiley, Lesliw114, 167, 172 Smith Carolyn-114, 125, 163 Smith, Carolyn-114, 155, 162 Smith Curtis'114-, 188, 234 Smith, Diannf114 Smith Jacquelyn-114 Smith Janet-114, 154, 220 Smith JeffAl14 Smith Joyce E.-115, 179, 230 Smith Joyce T.-115, 220 Smith Michael-115 Smith, Rita-115, 97, 162 Smith, Ronald-115 Smith Stephen-151, 160, 232 1 Suzannw115, 162 Sohl, Kathy-115, 155, 162, 165 172 Synder, Wilma-115 Spaulding, Barbara-115, 156 Spence, Darold-115 Spence, Harold-115 Sperry, Thomas-115 Springer, Dee Ann-115, 220 Spurrier, Sharon-115, 155 Stachler, Mark-115, 221 Stanton, Barbara--115, 155, 162, 172 Staup, Leslie-115, 234 Stemple, Joycw115, 155, 160, 162, 119, 221, 172, 182, 228 Stephens, Joe-115 Stepp, Floyd-115, 160 Stepp, Steve-115, 228 Sterling, Drex-115, 226, 232 Stertzbach, Cynthia-115 Stevens, Daniel-115, 179 Stevens, Sharon-115, 156 Stevens, William-115 Stoughton, Richard-115, 160, 194, 195, 185 Strader, Richard-115, 155, 168 30I White, Sharonf118 Strasser, CarolA115 Strausbaugh, Harold-116 Strausbaugh, Linda-116, 155, 157, 226 Strausbaugh, Roberta-116, 155, 165 Stringer, Frances-116 Strong, Norma-116, 220 Stuckey, Sharin-116, 155, 163 Stutz, Nanette-116 Sullivan, Joyce-116 Supensky, Anne-116, 166, 165 Sutton, Larry-116 Swearengen, Margie?116 Sweet, Robert-116 Sykes, Harry-116, 162, 229 Taylor, Paula-116, 230 Temple, Gary-116, 170, 226 Terry, Florencw1l6 Thaman, Roger-116, 155, 156 Thomas, Deanna+116 Thomas, Gene-116, 156, 160 Thomas, Pamela-116, 210, 221, 228 Thomas, Sharon-116, 156 Thompson, Glennf'116 Thompson, Suzanne-116, 162, 233 Thornton, Marianna-116, 155, 162 Tippy, Jerry-116 Tomlin, .lames-116 Traylor, Gwen-116 Trenary, Shirley-116, 162, 226 Trenholm, .lanf1l6, 155, 166, 165, 180, 173 Trimble, Sberley-116 Trivette, Larry-116 Turner, Cheryl-116, 155, 162, 179 Turner, Karen-116, 157, 165 Turner, MetrishaH116, 167 Tussing, Cherylf116, 155, 233, 220 Tnzzolino, Stevefllti Uhrig, Joanna-116, 158, 179, 234 Umstead, Kenneth-116 Uschold, Beverly-116, 156 Vernard, Dorothy-116,'157 Vetter, Timothy-116, 194, 198, 185 Wagner, Shirley-117, 157 Wainright, Janie-117, 155 Walker, Doris-117, 165 Ward, Don-117 Ward, Julie-117, 155, 157, 162, 167, 179, 233 Warner, Carol'117, 155, 158, 160, 162 Watson, Jim-117, 164, 167 Wax, Janice-117 Webber, Thomas-117 Weber, David-117 Weber, DonaldA117, 228 Weber, Susan-117, 157, 162, 172, 221, 228 Weimer, Janie-117 Weiss, Betty-117, 157 Weist, Margaret-117, 155 Witch, Bryant-117, 95, 155, 165, 3 Welton, Virginia-117, 162 Wente, Patricia-117 West, Charles-117, 200 West, Sue-117 Westgerdes, .loan-117 Weyrauch, Marcia-118, 155, 156, 172 Whitmire, Amy-118 Whitmore, Linda-118, 156, 165 Whittles, Sandra-118, 107, 164 Whyte, Margaret-118, 226 Wick, Konnier-118, 162 Wick, Richie-118, 163, 171 Wickens, Wayne-118, 155 Wieland, Kenneth-118, 168 W'iesmann, William-118, 177, 173, 232 Wilkins, Barbara-118, 162 Williams, Kenneth-118, 180, 231 Wilson, Carol-118, 163, 179, 221, 228 Willoughby, Sara-118, 162, 209 Wilslon, Susan-118, 155, 162, 167 Winchell, Marilyn-118 Windsor, DorotheaW118, 162, 220, 172 Witteburt, Joyce-118, 155, 226 Wolf, Ora-118 Wolverton, William-118 Wones, .lerry-118 Woodley, Jennifer-118, 165 302 Woolf, Lauralynf1l8, 172, 220 Wright, Donnafllli, 155 Wyatt, Ronald-118 Yates, Norval-118 Yon, Paul-118, 185, las Yoshimura, Mark-118, 160 Youmans, Jeffrey-118 Young, Carol-118, 167 Young, Dottie-118 Young, James-118, 232 Young, .lamesa11B Yurkanin, Kathryn-118, 155, 162 Zart, Robert-118, 168 Zeller, Donna-118, 220 Zimmer, Robert-118 Zimmerman, Michaelillil, 185, 200 zlpf, wllllsm-lla, 155, 173, 135, 189 Sophomores Abernathy, Richard-122, 189 Achs, Sheilaf122, 159 Adams, ChristinaA122 Adkins, Dalford-122 Adkins, Ernest-122 Agenbroad, William-122 Alberts, Randallf122, 164 Albery, William-122, 205 Alexander, Larry-122 Alexander, Stevef122, 189 Allen, David-122 Allen, Joann-122 Alspach, William-122, 171, 198, 228 Altenburg, David-122, 189 Amand, Cheryle-122 Amand, Linda-122 Ancil, George E.-122 Andrews, Frankf122 Anglemyer, George-122, 164 Anthony, .lack-122, 275 Antoi, Mary-122 Argabrite, Karen-122 Armacost, Dianw122 Armocida, .lohn-122, 189, 198 Arnold, Kaye-164, 167 Arnold, Larry-122 Arnold, Randalli122, 166 Asbury, Alan-122 Ash, Rebecca+122, 162 Ashmun, Kathy-122 Aszling, Patricia-122, 162 Atherton, Sandra-122 Austin, SandraY122, 167 Auwers, Linda-122, 164, 167 Bach, Beverlyh122 Badenhop, James-122 Bainter, Barbara-122 Baird, Sharon-122, 159 Baker, Linda-122, 156, 167 Baker, Tom--122 Ballweg, June-123 Barnes, Michael-123, 172 Barnhart, Richard-123 Barr, J0y'+123, 226 Barth, Charles-123, 221, 228 Bartlett, Bill-123, 165 Baty, Steve-123, 189 Baumann, James-123 Beam, Larry-123, 168, 198 Bearzy, Beverly-123 Becker, Lloyd-123, 180 Beddies, Donald-123 Bell, Robert-123, 165, 168 Benson, John-123, 160, 171, 221, 229 Bilek, Karen-123, 209 Binderuagel, John-123 Bingham, Barbara-123 Black, Lora-123, 179 Blackburn, Jeanne-123, 158 Blair, Lois-123, 228 Blakeman, Bonnie-123 Blatt, Jerrie-123, 221, 227, 228 Bliss, Michael-123, 182 Bloomer, Valerie-123 Bloomfield, Cynthia-123, 156 Boes, Gail-123, 231 Boggs, Roger-123 Boggs, Ronald-123, 231 Bohardt, Thomasf123, 185, 189 Bohoney, Robert-123, 221, 229 Bolin, Ellen-124, 159 Bond, William-124 Bookwalter, Sharon-124, 163 Bordewisch, Ellen-124 Born, Thomas-124 Boysen, Peter-124, 160, 221, 229 Brace, Dallas-124 Braden, Julief124, 162, 221, 228 Bradley, Janis-124 Bramble, .lames-124 Brandenburg, Madalyn'-124 Brandenburg, Michael-124 Brander, Trinafl24, 220 Brandewie, Jan-124, 154, 164 Brandt, Vicki-124 Branum, Trenton-124 Braun, Pamela-124, 162 Breckenridge, Terry-124 Brewer, Anita-124, 158, 207 Brigeman, Carol-124, 158 Brill, David-124 Brinck, Barbarae-124 Brinkley, Gary-124 Bristow, Deem-124 Brock, Marilyn4124, 164 Brock, Patricia-124, 167 Brown, Harry-124 Brown, Plmipwlzs, 166 Brown, Sharon-125 Brown, Sheila-125, 179 Brown, Steve-125, 205 Brownell, .lacklyn-125 Bruns, Michael-125 Bryant, Carolyn-125, 158, 179, 228 Budden, Alexander-125, 162 Bunch, Jamesf125 Bunting, Rick-125, 189 Burkes, Connie-125, 159 Burns, Anthony-125 Burns, David-125, 164, 178, 180, 221, 229 Burton, Raymondf125 Bushong, Daniel-125 Bussell, James-125 Bussert, Sandra-125 Byrd, Barbara'-125, 164 Calihan, Gary-125 Callahan, Timothye-125 Cameron, Karen-125, 162, 220, 213 Campbell, Cynthia-125 Campbell, David-125 Campbell, Janet-125 Cannon, Charlesf125 Carey, Connie-125 Carlton, Bruce-125 Carnright, Mary-125, 165 Carolua, Carl-125 Caskey, Brucw125, 189 Cason, Debora-125, 158 Cassel, Nancy-125, 162 Castor, Kenneth-125 Caupp, Loretta-125 Cavey, Cheryl-125, 230 Cavicchioni, Patricia-125 Chaney, Robertfl25, 189, 229 Childress, Rick-125, 221, 229 Choate, Robert-125 Christman, Carla125 Christman, Daniel-125 Clark, Jennifer-126, 162 Clark, Jerome-126 Clark, Nancy-126, 164 Cleveland, Judith-126 Cochran,- Kenneth-126 Coe, Susan-126, 162 Coleman, Gay-126, 157, 166, 232 Collins, Barbara-126 Collins, Deborah-126 Collins, Colvin, Colvin, Colwell, Combs, Comer, Randall-126 Charles-126, 189 Richard-126 .ludy-126, 230 Danf126, 189 Robert-126 Conly, Kathleen-126, 162 Converse, Sarah-126, 162 Cook, James-126 Cook, Sharon-126, 162 Cooper, Corwin, Penny-126, 162 Richard-126 Cost, Wesley-126 Cotter, Charles-126 Couch, Margaret-126 Cox, Barbara-126 Cox, Phyllis-126, 162, 230 Coy, Marilyn-126, 158 Cramer, C arl-1 26 Crauder, Cheryl-126, 157 Creager, Richard-126 Criggall, Karen-126, 165 Critchell, Diana-126, 162 Cromwell, Barry-126 Crossen, Sharonf126, 164 Crum, Donna-126, 158 Crumrine, Robert-126 Crusie, Molly-126 Culbertson, Robert-126 Cummings, Garyi126, 168 Cupp, Alvin-126 Curtis, Lana-127, 164 Cushwa, Anni127, 162, 219 Cyester, Steve-127, 163, 168 Dalton, Caroli127, 152, 220, 225 Dandrea, Linda-127 Daniels, Arvilw127 Daniels, Virginia-127 Danishek, .lohn Davell, William-127 Davis, Paulfl27, 171 Dayton, DianeA127, 165, 230 Deacon, Allisonw127, 158, 165, 232 DeBra, .lo Ann-127, 163 Deebel, Kaye-127, 158, 164 Deem, Frankil27 Deem, Judith-127, 162 Deen, Karen-127 Deeter, Dianaf127, 167, 164 DeHaven, Carol-127, 164 DeHaven, John-127, 154, 182 Dell'Aria, Jose-11113127 Delph, Larry-127 Delscamp, Gary-127, 163 DeMint, Shirley-127, 232, 230 Denham, Linda-127, 159 Denka, Michael-127, 189 Dcnlinger, Car01g127, 157, 158, 162, 232 Dennis, Karenf127, 154, 164, 179 Derham, Lois-127 DeVito, Dottie-127 Diclce, Joyce-127, 165 Dickerson, Diannw127 Dickman, Scott-127, 163 Dietz, Larry-127, 189, 198 Dill, Sue-127 Dils, Reed-127, 168, 221, 228 Dinsmore, Sharon+128, 160, 221, 228 Doggett, Lawrence-128, 162 Doll, Alan-128 Dooley, Susan-128, 165 Dorn, Judith-S128 Dorosky, David-128, 198, 231 Dougan, Jane-128, 159 Drakos, Harriet-128, 164 Drayton, Marilyn-128, 162 Dubbs, Barbara-128, 159 Duchaine, Claudettr-128, 158, 162 Duncan, Vicki-128, 165, 219 DuVall, Rogcre-128, 198 Dykes, Gail-128, 221, 228 Earnhart, Evaf128, 159 Eaton, William-128 Eckhart, Michael-128 Ecton, Donna-128, 157, 162, 173 Edgington, Douglas-128 Eggleston, Ernest-128, 220, 228 Egleston, Harold-128 Ekey, Glenn-128 Elkins, Michele'-128 Ellis, Arthur-128 Elrod, Thomas-128 Ely, Jennifer-128 Emmott, Shelaghf128, 162, 167 Erikson, Silvia-128, 165, 220, 228 Esposito, George-128, 198 Essman, .loan-128 Evans, Betty-128, 158 Evans, Douglas-128 Faber, Donna-128, 158 Fahrney, Sue-128, 165, 230 Farr, Thomas-128, 160, 168 Fenton, Judith-128, 162, 219 Fiala, William-129 Filoso, Suw129, 159, 230 Finch, Donna-129, 230 Findlay, Diana-129 Finke, Cheryle-129, 162, 220 Finlay, David-129 Fint, Rodney-129 Fisher, Joanne-129, 162 Fitzpatrick, .lack-129 Flaharty, Michael-129 Flanders, James-129, 188 Flee, Ray-129 Fletcher, Robert-129 Flora, Sharon-129 Floto, Charles-129 Flynn, Sarah-129, 162 Forsthoff, Patricia-129, 158, 162 Forth, Mary-129, 162 Foster, Allan-129 Foster, Gary-129 Foster, Judy-129, 230 Foust, Delores-129, 159 Fowler, Peter-129, 165, 205, 189 Fowler, Sharonf129 Fraley, Sandra-129, 157, 167, 209 Frame, Dayna-129, 135, 162 Franklin, Jamesf129 Fraze, Terry-129, 168 Frazier, Donna-129, 230 Freeland, Larryf129 Frick, William-129, 194 Frueaf, Carolyn+129, 164 Frue, Randallf129 Frye, Sharon-129, 159 Fuller, Barbara-129, 162, 207 Fulton, Kennethi129 Gabbard, Ronald-129, 205 Gaddis, Karen-129, 164 Galli, Nancy-129 Gardner, John-129 Garrett, Dale-129 Garrison, Joanne-129 Garvic, Carol-130, 167 Garvin, Steven-130 Garvin, William-130 Gary, Stephen-130 Gault, Adrienne-130, 164 Gebhart, Barry-130, 163 George, David-130 Gerard, Richard-130 Gessaman, Johnf130, 205, 171 Gllearing, Victoria-130, 1.54, 179 Gibbs, Thomas-130 clffln, Nancyf130, 162, 220 Gill, Karen-130, 167 Ginter, .lanetf130 Glass, Thomas-130 Goin, Brenda-130, 164 Goins, Ruth-130 Goodpastefr, Lore-130 Goodrich, Gilf130, 171 Gordon, Eddie-130 Gorman, Dennis-130 Gorndt, Gregory-130 Goss, Judith-130 Grant, Gary-130 Grant, Janet-130, 221, 228 Gray, Susan-130, 167 Green, Patricia-130 Greene, Barry-130 Greene, Ronald-130 Griffith, Terry-130 Grimes, Bruce-130 Grimshaw, Robert-130 Groff, Barbara-130, 165 Gross, Richa.rdi130, 180 Grubb, Lindaf130 Grueber, Robert-130, 163 Gustafson, Stephen-130, 162, 288, 231 Habel, Sue-130, 162 Haines, Robertf130, 221, 229 Halderman, Jane-130, 158 Hall, James-130, 160, 220 Hall, John-130, 220, 229 Hall, Olin-131, 189 Hamilton, Daniel-131 Hamman, Jerome-131 Hannah, Susan-131, 226 Harding, Jack-131, 162, 111, 194, 231 Harding, Sandra-131, 157, 164, 230 Harney, Janet-131, 221, 228 Harshman, Marilyn-131 Hart, Carol-131, 162 Hart, Johnf-131, 188 Hartigan, Richard-131 Hastings, Harry-131 Hauck, Louis-131 Hastings, Warren-131 Haught, Thomas-168, 198 Hauser, Mary-131, 164, 228 Hawn, Steven-131, 135, 205 Hayes, Sally'-131, 159 Hays, Dennis-131 Heckman, Carol-131 Hedges, Mary-131 Hegel, J01u1f131, 154 Heiland, Paul-131, 194 Heizer, Barbara-131, 156 Helbert, Janis-131 Heller, Douglas-131 Helm, David-131, 171, 205 Helm, Donna-131, 157, 212 Henderson, Linda-131, 164, 167 Hendrickson, Linda-131 Hendricks, Arlene-131 Hendricks, Trudy-131, 159 Hendry, Vicky-131 Henn, Joyce-131 Henry, Donald-131, 221, 229 Henry, La Faye-131 Hentzell, Carla-131, 162, 230 Herbst, Patricia-132, 159, 230 Herr, Larry-132, 164 Hertel, Bruce-132, 181 Hertz, William-132, 160, 163 Hess, Jane-132, 157 Hess, Janet-132 Hetzel, Jack+132 Hicks, Jacqueline-132, 226 Hildebrandt, Leo-132, 185, 194, 195 Mayer, Pilson, Hill Carol-132 Hill Deborah-132, 157, 162 Hill Garry-132 Hill J0ycef132 Hill, Marvin-121, 132, 188, 191, 205, 225 Hillgruber, Juliw132 Hine, William-132 Hines, Phillip-132 Hinkley, Jeffrey-132, 168 Hite, Sara-132, 164 Hitte, Sandra-132, 226 Hobbs, Sue--132 Hodgson, David-132, 231 Hoener, Betty-Ann-132, 164 Hoffman, Robert-132, 169 Hoffman, Sheila-132 Hogan, Patrick-132, 189, 205, 229 Lee, Rebecca-135 Michaels, Joyce-138, 167, 230 Holcomb, Rita-132, 221, 227, 229 Holland, Charlotte-132, 232 Hook, Cathy-132, 157, 162, 210 Hook, Linda-132, 209, 226, 213 Hoover, Douglas-132 Hoover, Stephen-132, 160 Horner, E merson-132, 162 Horner, Norman-132 Horstman, Jerry-132 Horstman, Judith-132, 159, 172, 220 Horvath, Rosemary-133, 154 Hosket, Linda-133 Hostutler, William-133, 154, 156 Hotchkiss, Holly-133, 230 Houck, Ronnie-133, 198 Houck, Chris--133, 221, 229 Huehnel, Barbara-133 Huey, Terry-133 Hughes, Mary-133 Huls, Nancy-133, 158 Humphreys, Patricia-133, 157, 162 Hunn, Craig-133 Hutton, Michele-133, 165, 210 Iiams, Linda-133, 156 Ingelfinger, James-133 Ingraham, Judith-133, 162 Irvin, Jill-133, 162, 220 Isbel, Linda-133 Isbell, Kenneth-133, 188, 198 Kemper, Judy-134, 158 Kender, Steve-134, 182 Kenne, Karen-134 Kerfoot, Brian-134 Kenchler, Jill--134 Kincey, Wendell-134 Kindy, Diana-134, 162 Kingery, Thomas-134 Kinnard, William-134, 171, 221 Kinner, Nick-134 Kinzig, Joane-134, 220, 233 Kirkendall, Kathy-134, 162 Kirksey, Frank-134 Kiser, Daniel-134, 154 Kiser, Lois-134 Kistler, Cynthia+134, 164 Klenk, William-134 Kline, Karen-134, 156 Knapp, Larryi134 Knierim, Jayne-134, 165 Kniess, Sylviaf134, 158, 179, 231 Knoegle, Victoria-134 Kohl, Susan-134, 162, 209 Kothman, David-134, 198 Kotschwar, James-134 Koverman, Kenneth-134 Kramer, Debbie-134, 162 Kramer, Karen'134, 221, 228 Krause, Linda-134, 164 Kroemer, Diana-134, 157, 164 Kuenn, Mary-134 Lackey, Michael-134 Lakatos, Gary--134 Lakey, Sharon-135 Lamb, Timothy-135, 197 Lambert, Cheryl-135 Lane, Richard-135 Langdon, John-135 Lank, Edna-135 Laquaglia, Allen-135, 170 Lauderback, Stephen-135, 170 Laughlin, Lavonne-135 Laycox, Dwight-138, 188 Leaverton, Frederick-135, 226 Leckrone, Thomas-135 Leese, Dixie-135, 154 Lehman, Candice-135, 162 Leiberick, Ernest-135 Leiter, Brent-135, 164 Lett, Judy-135 Lett, Steven-135 Lewis, Judith-135, 159 Lidie, Linda-135, 159 Linville, James-135 Lipinski, Sharon-135 Lira, Susan-135, 221, 228 Little, Golden-135, 159 Little, Nancy-135 Little, Sara-135, 158, 162, 209 McNeer, Frederick-136, 205 McSherry, Craig-136, 188, 205 McVean, Richard-136 Mass, Barbara-136, 159, 163, 167 Macy, William-136 Madden, Marilyn-136, 157, 162 Mahaz, Katherine-136, 165 Malchow, Robert-136 Malone, Kathleen-137, 158 Mang, Raymond-137 Manker, John-137 Manker, Jill-137 Osborn, Jacquelinef139, 228 Osborn, Penny-139 0'Shea, Michael-139 Osterman, Linda-139, 163 Ott-139, 164 Owen, Kennethf139, 160, 164 Paddock, Pamela-139, 164, 166, 230 Palmer 228 Palmer, David-139 Palmer, Peggy-139 Palmer, Robert-139 , Craig-139, 160, 220, 227, Manley, Patricia-137, 230 Marchal, James-137 Marinelli, Michael-137 Markwell, John-137 Marshall, Bonnie-137, 154 Marshall, Paul-137, 164 Martin, Linda-137 Martin, Monte-137, 221, 229 Martin, Paul-137 Martin, Sue-137, 164, 209 Massie, Cheryll-137, 157, 173 Mathes, Sharron-137, 167, 164 Mathis, Ronald-137 Matta, Mary-137 Maxwell, Douglass-137, 145, 205 Jon-137 Papcnbrook, Judith-139 Papp, Gregory-139, 160, 164 Parker, Bruce-139, 165 Parsons, Richard-140 Patrick, Barbara-140, 179 Patterson, Marjorie-140, 162 Payne, Kathy-140, 158 Pearson, Roger-140 Pease, Andrea-146, 164 Peck, Ronald-140 Peckolt, Becky-140, 156, 159 Mayfield, Martha-137 Mazak, Donald-137 Mears, Sharon-137, 159 Medcalf, Karl-137, 182 Meeks, Carol-137, 179, 226 Melville, Sally-137, 162 Menchen, Susan-137, 128, 162, 167, 220, 227, 228 Penley Penny, Pester, , Betty-140 Barbara-140 Gary-140, 221, 229 Petzolt, Dale-140 Phares Phibbs , Carolyn-140 . Joseph-140, 220, 229 Phillips, Dorothy-140 Phillip s , Karl-140 Phillips, Richard D..-140 Phillips, Richard L.-140 Pickard, Penelope-140, 154 Pifer, LindaA140 Karen-140 Mengle, Margaret+137 Merrill, Dorothy-137, 162, 167 Merrill, Jeffery-137, 180, 229 Merritt, Janet-138 Messer, Sandra-138, 164 Meyer, Gregory-138 Meyer, Randall-138 Meyers, Richard-138, 170 Meym, Reva-138 Miagxey, Sharron-138, 162 Might, Phillis'-138 Miljanie, Davtw138 Miller, Donald-138 Miller, Jacqueline-138 Miller, James M.-138 Miller, James W.-138, 225 Miller, John-138, 189 Miller, Linda-138 Miller, Michael-138, 168 Miller, Ronald-138 Miller, Stephen-138, 221 Miller, Tyson-138 Milthaler, Michael-138 Lloyd, Sherrie-135, 221, 228 Lochner, Frederick-135, 164, 221, 228 Locke, Constance-135, 164 Logan, Susanf152, 136, 164 Long, Carolyn-136 Long, Jerry-136 Long, Sharon-'136, 164 Longman, Beverly-136, 209, 213 Isenbarger, Richard-133 Jackson, Gail-133, 230 Jackson, Gween-133 Jackson, Thomas-133, 182, 197 Jackson, Todd-133 Jacobs, Jacobs, J ames-133 Jeffrey-133, 189 Jacobus, Cheryl-133, 162 James, Carol-133, 164, 209 Jameson, Mitchell-133, 165 Johnson, Audrey-133, 178 Johnson, Celeste-133, 157 Johnson, John-133, 168, 189 Johnson, Ronald-133, 165, 198 Jollay, Gregory-133, 189 Jones, Cynthia-133, 162, 230 Jones, James-133 Jones, Judith-133 Jones, Lynda-133, 165 Jones,'Pau1a-133, 165 Jones, Ronald D.-133 Jones, Ronald V.-134, 189 Jordan, Judith-134, 162 Judd, Nick-134 Kalbfleisch, Cathy-134, 162 Kalkas, Angella-134 Kaylor, William-134 Keethler, Charles-134 Keller, Dianne-134, 154, 164 Kelley, Karen-134, 231 Longo, Diane-136, 162 Lovering, Lynne-136, 162 Lovingood, Susan-136, 157, 159, 162 Lowndes, Evelyn-136, 162, 167 Lucas, Diane-136, 157 Lunsford, Marha-136 Lunsford, Michael-136, 205 Lusk, Jerry-136, 182 Lutes, Barbarah136, 212, 159 Lutz, Linda-136 Lynch, Barbara-136, 157, 162 Maclntyre, Catherint?136 McAllister, Cynthia-136, 162 McCandless, Mary-136, 179 McCaskey, Thomas-136 McClain, Kathleen-136, 164 McCormick, Thomas-136, 205 McCoy, Michael-136 McCurdy, Lynn-136, 157, 162 McDaniels, Pauline-136, 158 McDonald, Judy-136, 158 McDonald, Richard-136 McGilvery, Daniel-136, 194 McGilvery, Karen-136 McGraw, Robbie-136 McLaughlin, John-136, 221, 228 McMaken, Robert-136 McMurtley, Robert-136, 164 McNew, Ronald-136, 197 Minnich, Susan-138 Minnick, Larry L.-138 Minnick, Larry P.-138, 189, 205 Minor, Martha-138, 167, 232 Mirras, Barbara+7138, 162 Mitchell, Gary-'138, 160 Mitchell, Jonah-138, 179 Monchief, Timothy-138, 168 Moore, Karen-138, 157, 162 Morell, Gary-139 Morgan, Jeffery-139, 205 Morter, David-139 Mount, Richard-139 Mullen, David-139 Mulvaney, Jerry--139, 163, 189 Mundy, Gayle-139, 145, 162 Murray, James-139, 182 Nassif, Georgw139, 164 Nead, Patrick-139, 170 Nees, Karen-139, 162, 230 Neff, Mary-139 Nehez, Thomas-139, 160, 170 Newman, Barbara-139, 230 Nichols, Leonard-139 Noffsinger, David-139 Nordquest, Richard-139 Norman, Susan-139, 158, 167 Norris, Carol-139 Noyes, Robert-139 Nugent, John-139 Nugent, Timothy-139 Nurrenbrock, Patricia-139, 230 Oaks, Norma-139, 158 Odom, Robert-139, 188 0'Hara, Cheryl-139, 164 Oishi, Kenneth-139, 168, 189 Oosting, Tim-139, 160, 171, 221, 228 Pinkstaff, Kathy-124, 164, 167 Pitner, Nancy-140 Platt, Albert-140 Porter, Douglas-140, 221, 229 Porter, Joel-140 Potter, Robert-140, 221, 229 Pratt, Marsha-140 Price, Carol-140 Price, Polly-140, 162, 220, 231 Purdy, Richard-140 Pyle, Carolyn-140, 167 Ramaley, Ben-137, 140, 168, 198 Rammler, David-140, 221, 229 Randolph, Jessie-140 Ratliff, Kathy-140 Rausch, Daniel-140, 171 Ray, Joann-140, 210, 221, 228, 232 Rayburg, Betty-140, 159, 230 Reagan, Patricia-140, 162 Reed, Dennis-140, 189 Reilly, Mary--140 Reilly, Michael-141 Reinhard, Deborah-141, 159, 230 Reiber, Allan-141, 226 Rembold, Mary Jo-141, 230 Rench, James-141 Retske, Eugenwlflfl, 154, 163, 182 Reynolds, Perry-141, 221, 229 Rice, Janet-141 Richards, Phillip-141, 231 Richardson, Cinda-141 Richardson, John-141, 165 Richison, Anthony-141, 205 Ridenour, Jean-141 Riggs, Wade-141 Rike, William-141 Ring, Judy-141. Risko, Jeanne-141, 167, 167, 230 Ritchie, Albert-141 Rix, Pamela-141 Rizzo, William-141, 154 Roach, Kaye-141 Roark, Roger-141 Robbins, Mary Jo-141, 158, 165 Roberson, Sandra-141, 158, 159 Robertson, Alice-141 Robertson, Therese-141, 164 Robinette, Diana-141, 163 Robison, Cin1.laf141, 164 Rogers, Alan-141 Roe, Egbert-141 Rogers, Richardf14l Roode, Carol-141, 230 Roof, Douglas-141, 205 Rooke, Edward-141 Rose, Philip-141 Ross, Edward-142, 154 Ross, Joanna-142, 157, 166 Rothfuss, Linda-142 Rothfuss, Richard-142 Roudebush, Justina-142, 158, 162 Roush, Jean-16, 142, 157, 162 Routzahn, Sandra-142 Rowland, Nancy-142, 162, 167 Rowland, Glenn-142, 225 Royston, William-142, 160, 220 Rubin, MollyM142, 158, 164, 167 183, 219 Rudolph, Shirley-142 Rueckel, Scott-142 Rufner, Richard-142, 164 Ruhlman, Robert-142 Russell, Marvin-142 Ruth, Pamela-142, 220 Rutherford, Richard-142 Sacks, Michael-142, 164 Saemann, William-142, 182 Sallee, Alan-142, 198 Salyers, Douglasfl42, 188, 205 Sanchez,'Carmen-142, 167 Sandy, Keith-142, 198 Satterfield, Sharon-142 Satterwaite, Terry-142 Schaffer, Pamela-142 Schalnat, Ronald-142, 189 Scharrer, Margaret-142, 164 Schellhase, Barbara-142, 225, 242 Schick, Thomas-'142 Schick, Thomasi142 Schmidt, DelJora.h-142, 164 Schneider, Marie-142, 158, 230 Schneider, Ralph-142, 232 Schoen, Linda-142, 158 Schoenmeyer, Roger-142, 234 Schoepfle, David-143 Schrand, John-143 Schuerholz, William-143, 168, 205 Schweller, Kathleen-143 Scott, Larry-143, 189, 197, 232 Scott, Louis-143, 168 Screechfield, Sandra-143, 221, 228 Scroggy, Patricia-143 Sea, Julie-143, 162 Seibert, ,Judy-143, 158, 228, 221 Selby, Miriamf14-3, 157 Selvaggio, SandraH143 Serianni, Jamesw-143, 172 Sexton, Michael-143, 197 Seybert, Andrew-143 Schackleford, William-143, 180 Shalf, Maurine-143, 162, 230 Sharritt, Thomas-143, 189, 198, Shaw, Linda-143, 157, 230 Sheehan, Russell-143 Shelley, Kent-143, 194 Shelton, Sharon-143 Sheppard, James-143, 162, 166 Sherwell, Michael-143 Shiverdecker, Gaye-143, 158 Shot, Hubert-143 Shultz, Sharonf143 Sidwell, Joanne-143, 162 Siess, Barbara-143, 221, 228 Siford, Rick-143 Silas, Nancy-143, 162 Silcox, John-143 Simons, Elizabeth-143 Simovart, Benita-143 Sinclair, Peggy-143 Skinner, Robert-138, 143, 171, 189 Skolnik, Pamela-143 Slaven, Sandra-143 Smart, Garry-143 Smart, Monda-143, 179, 231 Smith, Carol-143 Smith, David-144, 231 smith, Cary-144, 205 Smith, James-14-4 Smith, Janice-144, 159 Smith, Karen-144, 230 Smith, Kenna-14-4 Smith, Margaret-144, 159 Smith, Michael-144 Smith, Sandra-144, 221 Smith, Susan-144 Smyth, Norma-144, 157, 162 Snyder, John-144, 171, 189, 205 Snyder, Michael-144, 231 Sogn, Sharon-144, 162 Sommer, John-144, 171, 180 Sorah, Richard-144 Surg, Robert-144 Sparks, Peggy-144, 221, 229 Sparks, Sandra-144 Spaulding, Susan-144, 162 Spears, Steven-144, 221, 229 Specbt, Susan-144, 164 30 Speck, Donald-144 Spencer, Deloris-1-14 , Spencer, Garnet-144 Slahr, Karen-144, 162 Steinherger, Dana-141, 221, 229 Steinhagen, Cherry-144 Steinway, Sally--1-H, 162 St:-mple, Dale-144, 160, 164, 171, 205, 220, 229 Stephenson, Barbara-144, 157, 232 Stepp, Floraf144, 230 Stornberg, Linda-144, 163 Steuert, Joseph-144, 162 Str-vvns, its,-1.101-144 Stevenson, Sandra+14-1-, 158, 230 Stewart, Ronald-114 Stewart, R0senellfl44, 159 St. Felix, Donna-144, 159 Stimmel, Jerry-144, 221, 229 Stine, Linda-14-1, 158 Stipes, Patriciaf144, 230 Stoner, Josephfli-5 Storer, Sue-145 slender, Gayle-145, isa, 164 Stratmoen, Larryf145 Strausburg, Donald-145 Stuckcy, William-145, 188 Sullins, Nadene-145 Sullivan, J0yC?1fl-5 Sumner, Michael-145 Summers, Virginia-145, 164 Supensky, Robert-145 sum, Anita-145, 165, 221, 228 304 Swafford, Marvinfl-15 Swaney, Lynn-145 Swango, Patricia-145, 167 Sweet, Garry-145, 232 Swigeart, Kay--145, 164, 221, 229 Sylvia, Patriciail4-5, 164 Tague, l..inclaf145 Tanksley, Patricia-145, 159 Tanner, .loan-145, 152, 165, 219 Tate, Tamara-145, 245 Taulbee, Lavon-145, 159 Tavaniello, Ju1ie?145, 157, 164 Taylor, Donaldf145 Taylor, James-145, 165 Taylor, Richard-145 Taylor, Sandra-145, 164 Taylor, Susan-145, 164, 230 Tellis, Linda-145 Thomas, Michaelwlll-5, 231 Thomason, Robert-145 Thompson, Patricia-145 Thompson, Peter-145, 152, 138, 205 Thorpe, Ronald-145 Tille, Tonya-145 Tilley, Sara-146, 162, 230 Tinsley, Linda-146, 158, 162 Tippy, Carolyn-146, 158, 212, 221, 228 Titterington, Jeffrey-146, 160, 163, 182 Tobin, .lohnell-146 Todd, James-146, 135, 198 Todd, .lohn-146, 188 Todoroff, Cynthia-146 Toll, Janis-146, 157, 162, 221, 228 Tompkins, Douglas-146, 194 Traino, Davidw146, 154, 234 Trenner, Emily-146, 162, 219, 225 . Trigg, Douglas-146, 152, 197 Trimmer, Ellen-146, 164, 167 Turley, Carole--146 Turner, Charles-146 Turner, Darrell-146 Turner, Regina-146 Turner, RichardA146 Um, Helen-158, 164 Ulrich, Larry-146, 231 Urban, Frank-146, 229 Valey, Wayne-146 Valley, Ted-146 Vance, .lolene-146 Van Harlingen, Jane-146, 165, 213 Van Harlingen, Jeani146, 166, 209 Vaughn, .launita+146, 165 Venard, Douglas-146, 161, 232 Vice, Marvin-146, 162 Wagner, Dianm?146, 159 Wagner, Sarah-146 Wall, Ronaldf146, 171 Wallace, Douglas-146, 182, 221, 229 Wallace, Kenneth-14-6 Walters, Ralph-146 Walther, Douglasi147, 164 Wamsley, Kenneth-147, 163 Ward, Linda-147, 158, 179 Warner, James-147 Warner, Larry-147 Walters, Richard-146, 160 Warner, Sarah-147 Wasson, .lon-147 Waterman, Maryi147, 159, 164 Watson, Billie .lane-147 Watson, Linda.-147, 165. 167 Watson, Patricia-159 Watson, Patricia-147 Watson, Patricia Anne-147 Watts, Kathlecnflsl-7, 164 Weaver, Joseph-147 Weaver, Joy-147, 159 Webb, Donna-147 Webb, Cary-147 Webb, Rebecca-147 Weber, Albert-147, 189 Wcglage, Judith-147, 232 Weiland, Laureen-147 Wellmeier, William-147, 189 Wells, Michaeli147 Wells, Renate-147 Wells, Roger-147, 160 Wenzler, Martha-147, 159 Wessling, .lames-147 West, Carol-147, 159 West, Larry-147 Westgerdes, Robert-147 Wheeler, Robert-147 Whipp, John-147, 231 White, Donald-147 White, Margie-147, 167 Whiteman, Anita+147 Our Thanks We, of the 1963 DRAGON staff, wish to express our sincere gratitude for the assistance provided by Delmar Studios, lVlr. and Mrs. Logan and Mr. Bill Merker of Logan Studios, and lVlr. Matt McCormick of Taylor Publishing Company. Their invaluable help enabled us to produce the best possible yearbook. Such a difficult endeavor could never have been successful without the wonderful and whole-hearted cooperation of every administrator, faculty member, and student. Especially deserving of our thanks are the fine yearbook advisers, Mrs. ,lane Nolan and Mr. Kenneth Huffman. We unanimously proclaim them Hsecond to nonef, Whiting, Nancy-147, 231 Wick, Lawrence-147, 167, 189, 171 Wick, Richard-147, 163 Wieland, William-147 Wilken, Jon-147, 180 Williams, Ina Lou-147, 159, 162 Williams, Stephen-147, 221 Williams, Susanne-148 Willis, Deanna-148 Willis, Dennis-148, 168 Willis, .lean+l48 Wilson, Bernard-148 Wilson, Susan-148 Wilson, Warren-148 Wim, Vickie-148, 164 Wise, David-148, 164 Wise, John-14-8, 171, 228 Withrow, Robert-148, 189, 205 Witteborg, Timothy-148 Wolfe, Gregory-148 Worley, Daniel-148 Wright, William-148, 194 Wyckoff, Paul-148, 198 Wymer, George-148, 231 Yenger, James--148 Yochum, Elmer-148 Yoe, Elaine-148, 157, 164, 221, 228 Yost, .lack-148, 162 Young, John-148, 226, 227 Young, Ruth-143, 157, 158 Young, Teresa-148, 1.58, 162, 230 TAYLOR l?UPLlSHIt'IS5 VCQMPANY w , ,. W 5 Ah., , ?'i?ffff X: Q 9:4553 ,-, ,V I T' 6? Q 'A' , ' , '11, Zigi ' 'Q I' 1 rx- Ri' ,, 24, f 'Iwi' 1 V w 5 1 . ' , ff. y ,LMQ Y V. 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WALSH, JEAN-Wilbur Wright High School, Dayton, 2, 3. WHITE, SHIRLEY-Chorus 2, GAA 2, 3, Office Assistant 2, Pep Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, 3, COE 4. WOLFE, SUSAN-FBLA 11, Student Secretary 41. New Fairmontonians welcomed I ar i f ,, amuse ggi, ii A if A . 1 4 id 4 f John Carnevale, Shirley White, and Mal Foley socialize in a corner of Fairmont's spacious campus. sm.-1 an iw? gs CLARK, FREDA-E a s t e r n Illinois Univ. B.S. in Ed., Univ. of Illinois, Normal Illinois Univ.-Econom- ics, Civics. Clubs: Senior class adviser. Hobbies: gardening, cooking. DWORKIN, MARVIN-Ohio Northern Univ., B.S. in Eid.-World Geography, American History. Clubs: JCOWA. Hobbies: Sports-car racing. HIKE, LOIS-Indiana State College, B.S.-Shorthand l, ll, Notehand, Personal Typing. Hobbies: Ceram- ics, bridge. WHITAKER, D 0 N A L D- Butler Univ., B.S., lVl.S.- Biology, Science ll. Hobbies: Golf, tennis. Baccalaureate Reverend Alfred Ncad, Fairmont Pres- liylerian Church, gives Baccalaureate Address. Seniors take advantage of last moments before processional begins. . v Seniors take a glimpse at the past while gazing toward the future. A big moment for all portrayed lay Alex Davis. Interesting program lends appeal to seriousness of occasion. Sixty-three ' if i E+ M, .m m , a Ms. , A capacity crowd witnessed the graduation ceremonies of the Class of 1963. Judy Fouke receives lier diploma from Mr. Robert Fergu- son, a member of tlie Board of Education. Class of '63 May 30, 1963, marked the beginning of a new phase in the lives of the uclass of '63." Diplomats were issued by lVlr. John Bowden and Mr. Robert Ferguson, members of the Board of Education. The 72nd annual commencement, held for the fourth year in Fairmont's Quadrangle, was a moment never to be forgotten by the graduates. Carla Farioli, Fairmont's first foreign exchange student, presents an Italian flag to Pattye Rauscli in a flag exchanging ceremony. Participants in the graduation ceremonies march to the traditional "Pump and Circumstanccf' Graduation speakers, Charlotte Snyder and g'Bud,' Robeson, attentivcly watch the pro- cccdings. Graduates 598 t Members of Fairmonfs NClass of '63,v await the receiving of their diplomas. l lit' Row 1: B. Watson, T. Madden, P. Fensel, P. Calhoun, B. Brumfiel, C. Konicki, J. Flatter, D. Fisher, C. Withrow, A. George, D. Schaefer, T. Metz, D. Lobo. Row 2: Coach Jim Ehler, K. Prugh, B. Mclillyca, R. Stoughton, D. Pierce, P. Gaffney, D. Mueller, P. Yon, B. Keeney, K. McCoy, J. Barney, B. Baker. Row 3: Coach Bob Kritzer, R. Schalnat, B. Schuerholz, T. Poulos, B. Withrow, B. Skinner, J. Miller, D. Helm, D. Rembold, L. West, A. Seybert. Row 4: T. Vetters, R. Papenbrok, L. Allen, G. Mullen, N. Collins, R. Musselman, R. Graham, J. Moody. 1963 Truck Team re-claims MVL crown Due to the excellent guidance of coaches, Jim Fhler and Bob Kritzer, the Fairmont 1963 track team proved to be the best ever. F D Undefeated in dual meets and an impressive alrmont record in large invitational meets were two of this vearls accomplishments. The high- Falfmfmtf - - light of the season proved to be the captur- Fail-mom ing of the MVL crown bv over fiftv points , ', , ' , ' Fairmont ,..... .. while accumulating a new point total record of eighty-three. Fairmont 'ff--f-f Fairmont . . Fairmont Fairmont ,...,., 98 83 79 00 96 86 77 93 81 SCORES 2X3 2X3 Greenville .. Stebbins ,,.. Beavercreek Xenia .... Chaminade ...., Miamisburg Piqua ...... Roth . .. Jefferson Lima Senior Fairborn ............ 20 33 5X6 20 1,72 39 18 22 32 40 31 24 1X3 37 Tim Poulos and Kemp Prugh finish an exhausting 880 yard run. Purcell lnvitational ..... ,.... . .lst Richmond lnvitational ........ 3rd ""if"" .',5 Dayton Relays ,,..,,,,,,, ...Qnd W "K, A M.v.L. . . .. .. ...List 2 L A Miami Relays .... ..... 4 -th g 4' , of Dayton District .........3rd .JG Q . 55' ff. LF: ---f .-" F :S M- 'K 3 A f"' . 7 - r R .,...g ..... Dave Lobo stretches to clear low hurdle Dave Fisher and Dick Schaefer strain at finish of 100-yard dash. ahead of his opponent. "Diamond-Men" capture M.V.L. title ff . Q, , if , Qs, , L, V . -X-- , 1 ., ,Li ' ..,.. -- f f ..-- , ,, f ,- " 'Q" " 1 M F. I ,Z... A,,.,,,,Z, 5 .. ,.. ,,..,, V W ,, V , - ' A .fl .1-, ---- .qw 1 - ,.,,-4-1 -, ,, " ,,,, 1 ' . M . '. ' E i-fig: - fgfLt,u,!v-7' :, - 'wi 'M ,. ..: , -, "ff-' M? ' - f :fi We '- V V, . : ff 535, N , .L A During a practice session, Gary Scott is on the front-half of a double play, being completed by Cary Cantz and Hike Hermetz. Coaches Hildreth and Fender review the game winning statistics. RECORD Fairmont, 2 Chaminade ,,,, 3 Fairmont ,, 11 Jefferson .,..,,,, ,, 0 Fairmont, 5 Middletown 1 Fairmont ,tt,, 8 Colonel White ,, T Fairmont ,,,, 2 Troy 1 Fairmont ,,tt, ll Roosevelt , 2 Fairmont ,, ,6 Piqua ,,,,. , ,. 3 Fairmont,, ,,,lO Beavercreek 6 Fairmont ,,,5 Stebbins 3 Fairmont ,,,0 Belmont ,, 13 Fairmont, , ,,,0 Greenville . ,, , ,. 2 Fairmont, ,, ,4 Xenia , 0 Fairmont 10 Oakwood ,,,,, 0 Fairmont ,, 3 Fairborn ,,,,,,,. , 4 Fairmont,,, , H4 Sidney ....,, 1 Fairmont ,,,,, 7 Miamisburg 1 3 ' fi ,XJ J -si, W M ' t liegqwr if f M Front row: Carl Beason, Jim Easter, Mike Hermetz, Dan Krynzel, Gary Harlow, Gary Scott, Bill Johnson, Larry Loesch, Gary Gantz. Second row: Coach Hildrcth, .lim Overholser, Dick Baker, Ed Mcngle, Rod Miller, Jim McClellan, Cary Moore, Tom Elliot, Bob Abernathy, Jack Donson, Coach Fender. fu Long hours of practice pay off for the 'estate championsf' Coach Mallctt shows Tom Bohardt some of the finer points of putting, while Volker Krajewski, Dan Robison, ,lim Ready, Mike Zimmerman, Bill Reinieke, Tom Rader, and Steve Logan look on. Fairmont ,,,,,ss, Fairmont 7,,,,,,, Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont, 7 Fairmont ,,,,,,,, Fairmont Fairmont t,t,t Fairmont ,,,,,,,, 1963 Fairmont Golf Team no. 1 in State Golf Season Record For the second time in three years Fairmont's golf team has captured the state golf crown. This was quite a victory for both Coach Terry Mallett and the entire team. After losing the M.V.L. to Troy by two strokes the Dragons became detemnined, resulting in their becoming state champions. End of the Season found the Dragons with an impressive 15 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie. Dan Robison was chosen Most Valuable Player and Volker Krajewski was named Most lmproved. Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,r,.. Y, Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Won 15 Lost 1 Tied 1 1015 Troy , ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 515 16 Fairborn .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0 16 Hamilton Garfield 0 15 Beaverereek ,, ,,,, W , W 1 151,Q Stebbins ,,,,.,t,, 14 16 Chaminade ,,,t. ,,t, O 8 Troy .,,.,, W ,,,,,, ,,,,, , 3 T Franklin ,,..., We r,,, , H , 9 1O1Q Middletown, ,1.V. .,s.t,t,s,, S515 15 Xenia ....,,,,,,,,,,,,.. ., .,.,,., .. 1 121A Springfield North 315 1 1 1X3 Oakwood ,,,,,,,,,,,,, LIQM3 12 Piqua , ,,.. ,,,,, 4 12 Xenia ,,,,,,,,.. .. 4 12 Middletown ,,,t, 4 12 Chaminade ,t,. 4 1216 Miamisburg ,,,t,t 315 Dan Robison, Mike Zimmerman, Coach Mallett, Volker Krajewski, and Jim Ready with trophy won in Columbus at the 1963 State Golf Tourney. Senior Dan Robison displays a vivid example of championship form. TENNIS RECORD Fairmont ., . .5 Miamisburg ,Y7. Fairmont ,.,.,, 5 Sidney 7 , Fairmont i,,,,,,,. 5 Xenia Fairmont ,...,,,, M5 Stebbins Fairmont ,.,... . .,i,,,,i, 3 Troy ,,,7, W Fairmont ,,,,,,,,t,tt,, lL Fairborn ,,,,,,, Fairmont t,,,,,,,.,,t,, 5 Xenia ,, 7 Fairmont ,,,,,,,t,,tt.., all Piqua ,,,, , Fairmont ,,,...... 3 Chaminade ,,,, , Fairmont ,,,,,,,,. 1 Oakwood Fairmont t,,,,,,,..t.,. 5 Greenville v,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,,t,, Fairmont ,,,, .,,,,t,t., 3 Springfield North Fairmont i,,....i,,,t,,,, Fairmont ,,,,,,,,.., 2 Chaminade ,,,,, 2 Beavercreek .,,,,,,,, .,,t,, Fairmont .....,,...... 4 Stebbins , ,t,t 1 F ,X are fi, WF. if 1' Seniors Jerry Anthony, Ron Evans, Dale Moline, Dick Anthony, and Phil Robertson show professional concern for their equipment, Tennis Team achieves 12-3 season Boasting a fine record in individual matches of 109 wins and 36 losses and placing the doubles team of Pete Thompson and Fred McNeer in the quarter-finals of the State Championship, the 1963 squad can be justly proud of their showing. However, a major disappointment was the attainment of only a 3rd place berth in the Miami Valley League. Troy, the MVL Champs, was defeated by the Dragons in an earlier dual match but seemed unsurmount- able in the League Tournament. Coach John Stuckey has led a very capable team this year and, despite the loss of six seniors, an equally good crop of underclassmen promises that Fairmont, as a tennis power, will not be forgotten by our competition in future years. Kneeling: Craig Palmer, Larry Finegold, Fred McNeer, Bob Meyers. Standing: Paul Wycoff, Jerry Anthony, Ron Evans, Phil Robertson, Dale Moline, Dick Anthony, Pete Thompson, Coach .lohn Stuckey. r- - -. , 4... -M w X sw w X a" V ,gigs ' :N 'Q gy' -l W Wfi'l:.'- Haig ,, im., . A QQ w K vt... 4 ,W .,., . ,, A. 5 . K :Q "sk '- 5 5 ' ' 'Si i i? .. . ' f is ls, 55 , Y H ' y ,,l' .? s aw 2 . .E J 5" . , .i ev x -iw' rp. 1 ,W-1 . I 1' wh ,MN Y I R B . ,u ,fs ,rx IX ,f .33 i' m - . J' S, 5 lt Q f . 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M'--M-.,.Iifs+f-Q-...11"ww.. T' M fr-Mrs. A A . . . me -f+iTf,,Qg3l- '--s+w..f"ff? A A 1 4 Sharon Stuckey and Barbara Crohoski practice their foot- , ,lf Q ' "Wilt-zffif, MQQQYM f' ' I , work-an im ortant skill in lavinlf tennis. . .. .M .. , P P , 5 First row, 1.-r.: L. Blair, J. Kiger, K, Clute, C. Cris, C. Bryant, S. Davis, S. Kendrick. Second row: B. Lynch, S. Wagner, C. Crouder, D. Frame, M. Whyte, D. Nash, MJ Kuenn, Girls' Gymnastics C-irls at Fairmont enjoyed competition in as new sport this year Under the direction of Mrs. Patterson the Gymnastic Team made a most successful beginning. First row, 1.-r.: P. Thomas, B. House-r, L. Hook, K. Roe-pkvn, .l. Kiger. Second row: S. Hcizer, J. Brownell, S. Logan, B. Longman, S. Darby, B. Heizer, N. Murray, Miss Bausch. Third roiw: L. Revis, M. Bembold, C. Bowden, J. Ray, C. Hook, J. Van Harlingen, C. Tippy. Noi pictured: D. Craft. lfairmont lrillfllllllll Fairmont Fairmont .. .ll Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont Fairmont ,,,. ..,. Softball swings to success SCORES Vlfaync , Miariiislmurg Centerville Troy Team formed Belmont ,, , Belmont Nleaclowdale Meaclowclale Stebbins Stivers Practice is important to team members Becky Houscr, Kathy Roc-pkvn, and Joy Kiger. Joy Kiger active sports enthusiast recommends gymnastics. Sports Honors G.A.A. Banquet is Supreme Success The second annual G.A.A. Banquet was held on May 24, in the auditorium. Brief reviews were given on each sport, entertainment was provided, and awards were given to deserving girls. Awards, a letter, a pin, or a trophy, are determined by a point system. Susie Vogt, president of the G.A.A. Board, was the recipient of the largest trophy signifying the largest total amount of points earned by any senior girl over a three-year period. Phil Calhoun receives a firm handshake from Coach Ehler after he was pre- sented the Finley Award. Eleanor Whiteside proudly accepts a trophy aid deserv- ing congratulations from Miss Moritz at the G.A.A. Banquet. Spring Sports Banquet is Memorable Occasion Spring sports were recognized at the annual Spring Sports Banquet on Yi May 28. Track, baseball, golf, and tennis teams were honored. First on the agenda was a dinner in the cafeteria which was followed by the presentation of awards in the auditorium. Highlight of the evening was the presentation of the Charles Roger Finley Trophy to Phil Calhoun. Dedication of a similar award, the Walter "Danny7' Pugh trophy for Fair- mont East, was made by lVlr. Nolan. Larry Minnick, Mike Miller, Jim Serrianni, Bon Hens- ley, and Dave Mullen proudly display their numerous trophies which they won in physical fitness at the Southern Ohio Divisional Meet on May I8. Kneeling: D. Robison, Most Valuable fgolfJ, G. Scott, Most Improved tbase balllg G. Gantz, Most Valuable tbaseballjg D. Lobo, Most Improved ftrackb B. Keeney, Co-Captain, elect ltracklg P. Gaffney, Co-Captain elect ttrackb B. Evans, Most Valuable ttennislg D. Moline, Most Improved ftennislg D Fisher, Most Valuable ftracklg T. Poulos, Co-Captain, elect Ctrackl. ..-. E-.1 .- 1 Standing: V. Krajewski, Most Improved Cgolfl, P. Calhoun, Finley Award, 50 X . 5521 SFA Q 4 s . 3 4, . l lj t if F rf rw-,X t t I-1' Nancy Adkins, Andrea Selz, Arnette Meyers and Bernadine DaLie, local type- writer winners, represented Fairmont in Regional Facit Accuracy Typewriting Contest. Honors accredited to Fairmont le ti lst 1' I e g 1. , f 1 Outstanding school citizens, Peggy'Knox and Ron Elling- ton, receive copies of the challenging hook, Ml Dare You. -1, - , V A, an ifiji t, H- e . Janet Fenton, LaSertoma citizenship award winner, studies American Heritage mural. Mrs. Mina Newman representing Kettering Pilot Club presents scholarships to Camp Miniwanca, Michigan, to Gloria Goode and Barbara Groltoski. Alternates are Barbara Lawltorn and Betty WK-iss. Carol Bellar, state vice-president of FBLA, examines past trophies won hy local chapter. ,H-ww ,f 'puff' ...,. Gene Thomas and Nancy Adkins were chosen to represent Fairmont in local Junior Office Technical Society sponsored hy NOMA. --J Row 1: Caroline Brunsman, Mary Hatfield, Kathy Hollis, Donna Eckhardt, Kathy Green, Elaine Brewster, Sue Fadely, Joyce Rittenhouse, Ellen Lee Law. Row 2: Peggy Knox, Betty Emmott, Barbara Stapleton, Judy Fouke, Marti Miller, Ann Lehman, Carol Whitfield, Veda Rowland, Linda Staup. Row 3: Ron Ellington, Bill Watson, Bonnie Albright, Barb Emmott, Stasia Clark. Mary Jo Acker, Dianne Matthews, Lynn Hoffman, Jim Schwoebel. Not pictured: Darlene Sones. Quill and Scroll honors outstanding scholar-iournalists Sally Sherman, John Kibler, Terese Johnson. Caroline Brunsman and Kathy Hollis, Members of the Ketteringis Yum Yum lnn was the scene of l7airmont's annual journalism banquet this year. Students who have 1 r -fa . .- done outstanding work on the two Fairmont publications, Dragon Tales and the Dragon, while ranking in the upper third of their class were inducted into Quill and Scroll, International Honor Society for High School Journalists. Members of the two staffs who were presented the National Scholastic Press Association Journeyman Award are: Arnette Meyers, Penny Bainter, Sandy Brown, Barb Hoffman, Mar- lene Oishi, Gil Wefler, Jackie Penquite, Caroyln Herron, Dragon Tales staff, were given service pins signifying the outstanding work they have done as 'second year members of Quill and Scroll. Quill and Scrollis impressive candlelight induction cere- mony served to impress upon each new member the journalist's obligations to society-obligations to Truth, Learning, Leader-ship, Loyalty, lnitiative, Integrity, Judg- ment, and Friendship. Perseverance enthusiasm rewarded by T.K. membership Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service are the characteristics which a student must possess to be selected for membership in Torch and Keystone, Eairmontis chapter of the National Honor Society. New T.K. members were tapped by current members late in April. From their respective classrooms the initiates went to the auditorium where they participated in a candle- received their pins at a formal induction ceremony in the presence of their parents. To finish the activities of the year, all members went to John Bryant State Park for the T.K. picnic. At that time, officers for the school year 1963-64 were elected. They are: Roger Bauser, president, Larkin Allen, vice-president, Janet Bach, secretary, and Bill Zipf, treasurer. light initiation ceremony. At a later date these initiates .- Row 1: Jean Ochrtman, Pat Hurley, Carol Shultheis, Carolyn Smith, Rita Formiehella, Joni Whittles, Eleanor Whiteside, Barb Rubin, Barb Stapleton, Donnah Espy, Barb Krug, Dianne Coughlin, .lanie Wetz, Martha Rish, Barbara Henry, Margaret Constable. Row 2: Bob Kinnard, Dan Cadwell, Carole Baines, Ron Ellington, Alex Davis, Jackie LaRue, Pat Gceding, Darlene Sones, Toni Raines, Anne Paist, Janet Bach, Bonnie Ogle, Judy Fouke, Ellen Law, Cathy Ryan, Mike Finnigan. Row 3: Jim Bradfield, Jack Millard, ,lim Schwoebel, Ann Davis, Carol Warner, Mike Maeder, Jack King, Jeanne Ross, Paula Harrison, Linda Beebe, Barbara Haber, Kathy Edwards, Marketa Bair, Kathy Sohl. Row 4: Dick Hulsman, Mark Palmer, Jim Kalat, .lim Barber, Dick Burrows, Greg Kormos, Larkin Allen, Doug Buvinger, Hal Rogero, Dick Davis, Charlane Bowden, Sharon Ruhly, Katie Lamme, Doris Koch, Nancy Newlin, Pam Landrum. Row 5: Augie George, Marvin Selby, Bill Hildbrand, Richard Batts, Steve Hola, John Keto, Lew Hinchman, Phil Calhoun, Kent Jamison, Rod Hild, Dave McKenzie, Kathy Hames, Shirley Trenary, Margaret Hartzel, Roger Clay. Row 6: Dale Moline, Martin Den- linger, William Zipf, William Wiesmann, Paul Gaffney, Jerry Wones, Chuck West, Ted Cole, Dave Minnick, Rickey Faehl, John Brunsman. Row 7: .lack Donson, Bryant Welch, Kemp Prugh, Roger Bauser, Steve Jones, Ann Common, Marianne Resh. Not pictured: Margaret Weisman. Home Economics style show refreshes spring spirit Peggy Weist, Beth Oosting, and Barbara Schellhase model in "Have Clothes, May Travel." '4Have Clothes, May was produced jointly by departments. Girls in their home of every style, including poncho. Musical numbers to add variety to the show. Under the direction Travel," this year's style show, the Home Economics and Speech economics classes made garments dresses, suits, slacks, and even a and comedy skits were interspersed of Miss Vogelsang, the style show became a highlight of the spring activities at Fairmont. Chuck Beard and Brenda Stump performed the overture from '6Gypsy" for the style sh0w's audi- ence. l Two speech students win top honors Franklin "Bud" Robeson is this year's recipient of the valuable Mary Elizabeth Jones Speech Award. Kathy Sohl will represent Fair- mont in the National Speech meet this summer. King, Larkin Allen, bestows traditional '4kiss" on Queen, Karen Kettleson. February 23, 1963 was the date of the junior Dance, HMI: Luekyf' Karen Kettle- son and Larkin Allen reigned over the festivities of the evening. Kleniliers of the Court were: Carol l,axnlJert, Sharon Hoefling, Carol Daugh- erty, Diane Couglilin, Jackie Smith, Steve Logan, jim Overholser, Tom Leonard. Bucky Keeney and Mike Zinnnernian. Music for the gala occasion was pro- vided liy Hlluntzie and the Boysfi Mr. Lucky, theme of Junior Dance .luniors will long renienilmer the evening as one of the outstanding events of the year. w'-sy ,... Kilo sw Alex Davis played the title role of the uMusic Man," Professor Harold Hill, while Darlene Weller portrayed U16 other lead f0l0,lhi1t0fthClil1THTi?1H Marian Paroo. Several travelers argue to the rhythm of the moving train in the opening scene, which cliniaxes in the introduction of Harold Hill. "Music Man" . . . v Q , nl ' "fo . Q Professor Hill warns the River City townspeople that they will have Wfrouhlei' unless they organize a boys' hand. "Goodnight, My Someone" is the melody sung by Marian Paroo and Amaryllis CSue Darbyl. 'Tve been shot!" shrieks Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn f,lonello Blairl, the Mayor's wife, as a firecracker explodes. Sf Professor Harold Hill starts the hallsor. rather. the hand-rolling to the lively tempo of 'fSeventy-Six Tf0m1mQS." I Chuck Beard as Tommy and Brenda Stump as Zanceta led the dancers, who added much variety to the show. ' . . . '63 Operettu is "best ever!" Professor Hill explains to his Hpartnerw Marcellus tDan Bushongl why he prefers HA Sudder But Wiser Girl." Winthrop Parma tl-'aul Klitclit-lj and the other boys receive their long-awaited hand instruments when the Wells Fargo wagon arrives. F3iI'I110I1t,S music' department again came up with a smash hit- 6'lVlusic Manw-for the 1963 operetta. In keeping with Fairmontfs long tra- dition of successes. this musical was acclaimed lwy many as one of the finest high-school productions they had ever seen. Every member of the cast, chorus, orchestra, and liackstage committees helped to make '4lVlusic Man" the falnulous success that it was. Full houses on all five nights tApril 2-65 saw Meredith Willsotiis charming story-set-to-music-the story of the fast-talking traveling sales- man, Hprofessori' Harold llill tAlex Davist, who came to River City. Iowa, and fell in love in spite of himself with the town librarian. Marian Paroo l'Darlene W6lfCl'l. Excellent acting and fine direction by Mr. Gene Seeberger hand Mr. Donald Detrick made the 1912 setting come alive. Certainly the entire music department deserves praise for their fine effort and hard work, culminating in this excellent production of the 1963 operetta. 'Wlusic Manfi "One Grecian urn . . ." intones Mrs, Shinn to the "Biddies" fBetsy Fox, Anne Paist, Cathy Lynch, and Donnah Espyl. Hlsida Rose" became the theme song of the River City School Board, who proved themselves to be a terrific barhershop quartet fRoger Bauscr, George Wymer, Bill Weist, and Dick Hulsmanl. . . . But they must part. Young Winthrop stole the show with his Irish charm and with his rendition of "Gary, Indiana." Wfill There Was You . . ." the inevitable happens-Marian and Harold fall in love . . . P Fa., Us S WN K 4.14 L, , 1. W ,, . i I ag ta 5 Queen Betty Ann Hawn and King .lim Readey reign over their royal court in:-ludirig Dan Robison, Vicki Creiniann. Tom Darby, Carol Richardson, Linda Alhaugh, Cary Moore, anal Donna Woodward. "Bon Voyage," Seniors Mlion Voyagen was the theme of the 1063 Junior-Senior pro111 O11 April 26. xXYilllllJl6I'S Ball-Arena lneeaine the S. S. Dragon for a11 evening of enchantnient. Juniors worked long and dili- gently for weeks to present the delightful voyage to the departing seniors. King Neptune, Jim Readey, and Queen Arnphitrite, Betty Ann Hawn. were crowned hy Captain Philip Hyde during i11ter- ITll'SSl0I1. The royal couple then danced the Neptune Nocturne played hy Earl Holdernianis Orchestra. Thanks go to Mr. Blackmore. junior class adviser, and Mrs. Evans, prom adviser. I s, sz TLA Lovely queen candidates are Donna Woodward, Vicki Greiinann, Alhaugh, Betty Ann Hawn, and Carol Richardson. Linda Couples enjoy the dreamy music of Earl H0ldCf11lJY1.5 On-liestra. It's time for refreshments and a rest as the erowning ceremony begins. .. M.. E After weeks of practice the cast takes a well deserved how. Under the direction of Joseph Kuldau and Leah Funck, the junior class produced Eugene lonesco's play, Rhinoceros. The climax came in March when the cast revealed a scene Fireman, Bill Hilderlnrand, comes to the rescue of a maiden in distress. in a small French town. Eventually, only one man remained in human formg everyone else chose the life of a rhinoceros. Junior Rhinos are not the only things that interest Ted Cole. Class Play Richard Baits and Bill Weisman disagree about the number of horns on Asian and African rhinos The "love dance" of the Rhinos by members of the Rhythmette Corps.


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