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

 - Class of 1965

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Gloria Morningslar Karen Adams Dorolhy Merrill JUNIORS ....... ....,,........... S andra Taylor' STUDENT LIFE .r,.. ,,,,,,,,,, D anna Eaton' Barbara Essenprels Sandy Finley Janel' Klng BOYS' SPORTS ..., GIRLS' SPORTS LEADERSHIP .,..... FACU LTY ,... .. ACADEMICS ........ 'Seclion Edilor Joyce Dicke Judy Fenlon Nancy Giffin Michael Lackey' Richard Mosier Sharon Cook Judy Blomet James Shepard Connie Ealon Belh Nolan . .,...,.. Karen Kline Judy Horslman , ..., Trina Brander som-Iomones .....r. Jaine Williams Billie Jane Walson' Cathy Jo French Margaref Scharrer BUSINESS MANAGER ............ Beverly Br-:arzy ADVERTISEMENTS ..........,. Gloria Morningsfar PARENT PATRONS .,....,......... Michele Huflon SUBSCRIPTIONS A.... ......,. PHOTOGRAPH ER .,.......,..,.. PHOTO SCHEDULER PHOTO INDEX .....,.......... PHOTO SALES ..,........ SECRETARY ........... ADVISER ............. Johnell Tobin Richard Mosier Karan Gaddis Ann Cushwa Gayle Mundy Linda Stine Jane E. Nolan Foreword PosTeriTy will long remember The Class oT '65 as being The cornersTone oT a Tradi- Tion oT FairmonT WesT graduaTes. Truly, I964-65 is a year oT emerging TradiTions. and They apply To a school as new in spiriT as The inlc on The seniors' diplomas. KeTTering's TorTy-second yearbook chronicles a reviTalized enThusiasm Tor a new school. FairmonT's sTadium has been filled To capaciTy wiTh exciTed Dragon Tans cheering wiTh indeTaTigable vigor aT every TooTball game. Each spiriTed scene was The same aT aThleTic conTesTs ThroughouT The.year. Members oT The Class oT I965 are The TirsT To graduaTe Trom FairmonT WesT, and The TirsT To sing The sTrains oT a new alma maTer. To all Those who have shared in The molding oT This lcal-eicloscopic year go The knowledge and pride of having leTT behind a legacy Tor TuTure classes. FairmonT WesT's sTory of ThaT legacy is depicTed in The Tollowing pages. ,pq fs gif uf 1 ox 1 . 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Dusk is a 'rransilional period over 'the campus, iusl as Fairmonl' Wesl is in ihe lives of Hs siudenis. I0 Dedicafed feachers, Elby Tack- eH. William Arnold, and Paul Baker, confribufe +o 'The well- rounded academic life of Fair- mon+Wes1' sfudenis. I2 Finesse and 'ralenls of rhylhmelle officers: Pam Rulh. Cindy Jones, Joanne Kinzig, People behind 'rhe scenes offen hold lhe key 'lo success. and Jill lrvin produce an oulslanding marching corps. W est students appreciate the Prifvileg - E Rigid roufines and masferful music blend when Wesl's marching band eniers lhe field. mn mwsmmjig. A K - n I 5 ff fs, wy.-g 1 XM ra qu -. J' f 5 Q 1 x 7: he 3 f 5, , .-,,4--A 5, A ' figs'-i'.S1tfSa. 1 , ,Q ,f .112 ,nv-: . fin-Y' '1'-rf K vs ,V xl 1? , , xf K Q, AV 2 s " E1 .. .- NM... .. X E I fA. 5 I 1 X Westie opportunities 3.35-.5 lndustrious students take advantage ot "' a pleasant study period during lunch. , N, k.., 3.g1.Zki?M.5 all . to learn . . . Jim Serianni welcomes toreign exchange students. Carmen Noseda trom Argentina, and Randi Aaegsen from Norway, to the Homecoming game. Attendance at home football games shows camaraderie among Kettering residents. 1 1 , 1 1 3 au H251 . in . x,' 4 -1-.f ,4 f V ' ' ix? ll' 5" 543 ' ' K o '- 'am ' , 4. 5- + . r-in - fp: ' + 4 -Qu gf :lm yx 1:1 5-my an !-'X IV' 151 fig Lf! 5 " :P Y ' , A 1- ff J. 'U , PEW-e z '- ' -" A ' Q'-f' 'SPX " 1 -- ' ' ' - 'i' '21 W. 152, , ., N , . .. . . 'T 3 5 ' , Y . , 4 , 9 X ' 7 I , i Vi 2 E , - 1 . ,IXHQ ,, V.. .. - ' 5 r 2 - - ' ' ' ' ,, ,- Q V , ' 2 - u 1 4 1 rl-95 I3 y ,- r A, a f h 5 3, vi a L 5 Q -F S- - - , Q H - .- Q - ' X ,J :fx ,g A V ,, r 'fl 1 nk in pq VJ 1- 'JL C? f x' K' Y gr' it ' : V 4 1 X W ' is 3 1 . -. Q'- ff 1- s" Fa' -"' Au MV 5 it 1 PK lf' E1 if " t . A . , V , A A f- I 5 5-' 1 '? 'V 1- -r' " 4 A , f . ,, A L, nf 'T ff- - 1- ' ja fy- " rf f -H ,N . A Af - W X -I ,h i . lf , ff A 4' ,A-if 52555: 3 X Nj! -525 ' x 'Lv IW.. 'H is ., I A, 1.7 . , - , v . M4 if 1, Q ' , G 1 fy - .50 If if ' f I I ' ,, ' A My , I N I v . A 1 4 . 3' , 5 A In , :A V -f ai f ' iw ' f f f Hours of pracilce accounf for feeling of pride in hcaris ihaf boa! io marching feef. xl Q' v + 'U z A '74 19:3 .. ",-4: 52 -, -1 Y N L if .. - .. A' 12' . A x xg. fj I Fl bl rj . I xr., 4. . ff M O vim .Af fi, A ' ab -wf f 5. za, ., Q , a 4 Q 1 .fax ,... .. K T5 Q4 ff ,, an ,eg 1 K 3' I lv ? , , A 0 M A i .O-,f f' e-A e bg K 1 , 'iq' Eg, Zn, 11,.,.,-." ' "x'b'f5,l'l4l'X ,..Q ,:4, is . , in, '- 1' I-X .I.x ,- K ' i f ...,...,,. Ili, ,vv 'Y "AM .ff P .ffa 1 VA ,,- 1 'uf r "uni .Aff if 1 Vp me Us are Hu nr .. ..-g li sg --3 ,,, lf! --- B55 . nn s-1.1-2 Q '55 fm ,p ,,. 1.5, o .Y I. n?"? 'I IX ' me gag. 5 Q in 8 ,L .W-J-ggqcey-,', ,M , 1- Y me:.f,.fw,,hcX5:,, U ' Xb . mae We ,. -, 0, 'Y X' .11 1 .il fl . ,. , 5 19V K 1 7 Senior dramaiisfs malce fheir debuf in Wesfs producfion of "The Mouse Tha? Roaredf' Q., W V1 M. .W M 3"--ew x W. WW ,W ELI , Ae ' L.-fi ' FEP q e "Y 1 . .13 ' , ix. . N N fx X I, K X W WMWX 41 4 , 4 v YMX 'lN19:W,'-W 'W' N n . ffm , .K -,, A V A His' 5 J 4 WMA Qi? V 3 - ,V ' A -Q K ., x 'i X , , 1 -. .... is 3 1 4 5 M4 gi 1 ' 2.1 ' "' f,4fTm, , . -I a 5 1' ? , if i 5 - Fairmoni Wesi offers a lreasury of opporluniiy io each of her siudenis-+o each his own chance To improve his ialenls, 'ro pursue his inieresls, wheiher 'rhey be in music, arf, drama. service, or social aciiviiy. By clevoling his besi efioris, his hard work and sacrifices, a s+uclen+ finds in This lreasury The richesi of experiences in learning ancl living. 1.5-, ,JMS " 3:1- . 2 2. 54- Nfhwf fa.-' 1 ',-I- .fr , N.: ,' 'U ,-2 t'. " Y-6 face- 53,27 , .-f-- . 9 sg- ,ff ga. :D qi 2 - i"f3"F 0 4' 'rx ilffff- J-3: P112 1 '11'a-i -8955 'sz 152' o .N .V Zim? :J' 2 '. 'L :Dfw -I-w' 14"-1 '-if .' 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X Q TUDENT LIFE - 4 Y N T - I9 A '- Dragons' firsf vicfory of 'rl1e sea- son malces flue I964 homecoming a com- plefe success. . Oufsfanding performance by flfie Band and Rlwyflwmeffes is climaxed wiflw flie crowning of Queen, Karen Moore. Band members salufe "l-ler lv1aies'ry" and courf wifli flie song "Tonigl1f" as flue floaf whirls flue royalfy off flue field. Familiar faces once again dof flme sfands. ranging from recenf graduafes fo alumni of I947. Alumni agree no maffer how long away from flueir alma mafer, ifs.fradil'ions of unify never fades from fl1eir lwearfs. Following flue game, flue Sfudenf Council sponsored flue dance enfifled "Wesfward l'lol". lf was fruly a fun- filled finale fo a memorable evening. I964 Homecoming Queen candidafes. Joan Tannen Barb Shellliase, Jill Irvin, Karen Moore. Judy Fenfon, and Ann Cuslwwa are filled wifh anxiefies as fhey awaif half-fume ceremonies. Victory makes gala homecoming complete l l WV if Sfudenf Council presidenf Tom Bolwardf amuses All are sincerely pleased as a deserving queen is named. all as 'lmal momenl approaches' Qi 'Q ii .,i i All look anxiously for half-lime ceremonies +o commence. Beauty and Dragon spirit welcome alumni Class of '47 allesfs To sfafemeni' Thai ai Fairmonl "flue spirif lingers on." Larry Wick, Jim Serianni, Dick Parsons, Jeff Hinkley, Mike Eckharl, and Jim Todd lead Their respeclive clubs in lhe campaign for homecoming queen. :gem ... Fairmonf Wesl"s own Jazz Band. Coniinenfals, under direciion of Mr. Wesley Haines, sway dancers To Their eniicing rhylhm. "My Blue Heaven" swings with Continentals Srars, angels, and moon beams made an enchanied nighr for GAA. members. Slow dreamy music added io ihe heavenly armosphere which pervaded each couple's evening. Decoraiions were cleverly done by a commiriee headed by Joan Tanner. Many nighis were occupied wiih energeiic girls culling oui slars. noies, and angels, or drawing large murals of "cloud nine" and Gabriel blowing his horn. Warm glow of success filled each hard-working girl's hearl as she danced wiih her chosen dale To ihe slrains oi The Coniinenials. GAA. officer, Sarah Wagner, and her dale, Mike Waggener, waii io receive couples lo "My Blue Heaven." Pai Humphreys and Dennis Kyle 'rake break 'lo find 'rheir names among golden noles. BAND AND RHYTHMETTES--FronT Row: Holly Higgins, AniTa Suro, Carol Harlow, Barb BainTer, Bev Riner, Andrea Pease, Charlene Ellis, Paula PeTTy, Donna Faber, Linda Royer, Judy HorsTman, Cindy Jones-2nd l.ieuTenanT, Pam RuTh-Isl' LieuTenanT. Row 2: PaT Rogero, Glenda Williams, Sheila' FaulsTich, Sue Coe, JaneT BrandT, Debby Humphreys, Diane ArmacosT, Judy lngraham, Cindy Rawers, Sandy ApplegaTe, Casey Cameron, Julie Sea, Cheryl Finke. Row 3: Dan Duell, Alan Shinn, Kay SwigearT, Larry Holden, Rick Hipple, Dennis STewarT, Philip Runyan, Fred Barr, RiTa Holcomb, Mark Jolly, Marching Band and David STephens, John Fouke. Row 4: Frank Urban, Bill Banks, Jackie Osborne, Charles Higgins, STewarT Adams, Richard WiTTeborT, John Bowden, Dan Spahr, Peggy Sparks, Jo Anne Malone, STeve Nelson, Jonn Zechar. Row 5: John Ireland, Jim ShaTzer, Denny Herron, Jerry STimmel, Ron Canham, Richard Aynes, Greg Blume, Kevin KeTTleson, Jim Wick, STeve Spears, John Hall, Doug Leonard. Row 5: Nick. Wunder, Dale STemple, AI BrusT, David Burns, David Rammler, Reed Dils, Bill Koller, STeve Miller, Jeff Merrill, Joe De Haven, Jim Hall. Rhythmetfe Corps RHYTHMETTE OFFICERS-FronT Row: Joanne Kinzig-- .WarranT O'iTicer, Cindy Jones-2nd LieuTenanT. Row 2: Jill Irvin-CadeT CapTain, Pam RuTh-IsT LieuTenanT. SpecTacular and ingenious drills by The FairmonT WesT Marching Band and RhyThmeTTe Corps highlighTed The halTTime ceremonies during each TooTball game. DirecTed by Mr. David Finkham The band inspired The sTudenT body To new heighTs oT school spiriT. Monia McATee, in her TirsT year as The adviser oT The rhyThmeTTes corps, was an in- valuable service To The oTTicers and The girls. AT each TooTball game, The snappy blow oT The whisTle began The colorTul arrangemenTs which held The aTT-enTion oT all The specTaTors. FairmonT WesT is very proud oi iTs Band and RhyThmeTTes and righTTully should be. Their pracTice broughT many inTangible rewards To boTh Themselves and The school. STebbins High School was The siTe of The annual UniTed STaTes Twirling Asso- ciaTion drill Team compeTiTion. WesT's RhyThmeTTe Corps capTured TirsT place in anoTher excellenT showing. BAND AND Rl-IYTHMETTES-Fronf Row: Jill lrvin-Cadef Capfain, Joanne Kinzig-Warranf Officer, Susie Maeder, Cindy Silces, Mary Ann Baker, Jenny Clark, Cafhy French. Debbie Collins, Diane Kindy, Bev Fosfer, Kafhy Horsfman Marcia MacCagno, Jan Sfevens. Row 2: Karen Amand, Judy Blome, Belinda Burgess, Barb Quick, Barb Knipp, Carol Millonig, Marfy Wenzler, Nancy Urban, Marilyn Brock, Johnell Tobin, Laurie lrvin, Barb Barfley, Befh Nolan. Row 3: Nancy Music, Julie Braden, Barbara lams, Nancy Porfer, Donna Taylor, Lois Blair, Laurie Connell, Donna Forfe, Peggy Common, Connie Reasor, Linda Pride. Row 4: Randy Reagan, Linda Holderman, Ted Williams, David Hamilfon, John"Sarfin, Caroline Tippy, Pafricia Scaife, Linda Marshall, Brenda Marfin, Elaine Garwic, Paf Himebaugh. Row 5: Greg Alspach, Janef Granf, Barbara Rheuble, Alvin Kelp, Janef Hill, Wesfon Bowman, Susan Temple, Sfewarf Adams, Darlene Smifh, Tom Eamoe. Row 6: Raymonde Nicely, David Linfon, Linda Melin, Elaine Yoe, Mike James, John l-lorfon, Hal Jeffery, Greg Coulles, John Schonscheclc, John Wise, Dan Allen. Nof picfured: Kafhy Brannan, Nancy Silas. help in creating exuberance and spirit Maioreffe, Barb Seiss, combines beaufy and falenf in her oufsfanding performances. Mr. Finlcham leads band members in boosfing spirif wifh pep songs befween performances. if Licorice sticks provide clarinet players with taste ot good music. l 5 eeffo B 2 cioco' B X 'i Good music is on its way as Mr. Haines starts the downbeat. Symphonic Bancl stimulates music appreciation SYMPHONIC BAND-Piccolo: Randy Reagan. Flutes: Greg Alspach, Linda Melin, Nancy Porter, Darlene Smith, Pamela Rupp, Anita Suro. Olaoes: Peggy Common, Nancy Music, Barbara Bartley. Bb Clarinets: Elaine Yoe, Laurie Connell, Ted Williams, Greg Coulles, Hal Jetterey, Tim Oosting, Barbara lams, Stewart Adam, Donna Forte, John Sartin, Dave Hamilton, Jackie Osborn, Doug Kolp, Linda Marshall, Debby Humphreys, Barb Siess, Carol Tippy, John Wise, Pat Scarte, Mike James, Brenda Martin. Alto Clarinets: Lois Blair, Donna Taylor, Barbara Rheuble. Bass Clarinets: Susan Temple, Janet Hill, Connie Reasor. Contra-Alto Clarinet: Larry Holden. Contra-Bass Clarinet: John Fouke. Alto Sax: Joe Dehaven, Julie Braden, Linda Halderman, John Lowder, Dave Linton, Janet Grant, Tenor Sax: Doug Leonard, Jane Biddle. Baritone Sax: Jo Ann Malone. Outstanding marching performances during tall are equalled only by enjoyable winter and spring concerts ot The symphonic band which highlight The musical season at Fairmont West. Besides excellent concert pertormances, The one hun- dred members ot The band participate in district and state conTesTs as well as making guest appearances. Consisting ot a Tull Tamily ot woodwind, brass. and percussion instruments, The symphonic band plays selec- Tions ranging Trom classical to contemporary works. Annually, band members submit original composi- tions in competition Tor a scholarship up to Two hundred dollars which is donated by The parents. Under The competent direction ot Mr. W-esley Haines and his assistant, Mr. David Finkham, The Sym- ' phonic Band pertorms To heights oT excellence in all its endeavors. i John Hall has "high time" producing low notes. ancl strengthens culture at Fairmont West French Horns: Denny Herron, David Burns, Kay Swigeart, Charles Higgins. Adams. Jon Schonsheck, Jay Stewart, Richard Aynes. Baritones: John Ireland. Jerry Stimmel, Dan Allen, Pat Himebaugh. Carol Louise James. Trumpets: Albert Brust, Tom Eamoe. Basses: Jim Hall, John Hall, Steve Nelson, Cal Dave Rammler, Steve Miller, Jim Wick, Bill Royston. Trombone: Dale Stemple. Fritzche, Dave Stevens. Percussion: Bill Koller, Fred Barr, Jim Bowden, Steve Dan Duell, Frank Urban. Dan Shatzer, Ed Rish, William Banks. Alan Shinn. Spears, Dan Spahr, Phil Runyan, Greg Blume, John Zechar, Kevin Kettleson. Bass Trombone: Nick Wunder. Cornet: Reed Dils, Ron Canham, Richard Witte- Timpanist: Jett Merrill. Mallet Instruments: Rita Holcomb. bort. Roger Parks, Mark Jolly, Rick Hippie, Peggy Sparks, Chris Houck, Jim ORCHESTRA-IST Violins: John Macbain, Jim UTzinger, Ken Clark, Margarei Violas: Greg Loose, Dave Kepler, Mark Meuser. Cellos: Linda Hicks, .Fred Allen, MarTha Apple, Jo Ellen Kidwell, Michele Norris, Jael Jones, Carol Leaverion, Val Browne. STring Bass: John Young, Gerry Clarke, Nancie Fisher. Slrauglgaughl 2nd Violins: Sandy l-lille, Sally Andres' Jill Bloomer' Ann Kimmel STeve Nelson. Piano: Nancie Fisher, STeve SchmidT. Flufes: Greg Alspach. KaThy Sauer, Mary Buchanan, Nancy Wilkins, PaTTy WrighT, Dianna Edwards. Ranch' Reaqan- Brasses, winds, and percussions combine To MarTha Apple's melodious harp is unique asseT. FairmonT WesT's superior orchesTra rendiTions pro- vided The class plays, assemblies, and musical producTions wiTh a proiessional aTmosphere. Under The direcTion oi Mr. Donald DeTrick members oi The orchesTra have aTTained consisTenT superior raTings in disTricT and sTaTe compeTiTion. WesT's orchesTra consisTs oi 55 TalenTed members. Many oi These sTudenTs are acTively engaged in com- muniTy endeavors. John Young is a member of The Day- Ton Philharmonic OrchesTra. All-sTaTe orchesTra members include KennTh Clark, Dennis Herron, and John MacBain. WinTer concerT presenTing ouTsTanding rep-erToire of musical numbers included many diTTiculT numbers. AnTon Dvorak's Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, Movemenlr IV from The "New World" was superbly performed and served as a greaT TribuTe To our orch.esTra. CulminaTion of The year's acTiviTies Tor The orches- Tra is The spring producTion oi Rodgers and Hammer- sTein's, Sound of Music. Olaoesz Peggy Common. Nancy Music. Clarinels: Elaine Yoe, Laurie Connell. Reed Dils, Dave Rammbler, Dick Wifleborl. Trombones: Dale Slemple, Frank Bassoons: Raymonde Nicely, Sue Menchen. Confra-Bass Clarinei: John Fouke. Urban. William BGfIl4S- Tuba: Jim Hall- PefCUS5i0l11 Rild l'l0lCOmb. Bill Koller. Horns: Dennis Herron, Gerald Slimmel, Dave Burns, Kay Swigeari. Trumpets: Jim Bowden, Fred Barr. Timpani: Jeff Merrill. Harp: Marlhq Apple. produce meloclious and crystal clear overtures Jerry Clarke and John Young presenl a piclure of frue concenlralion. Under 'rhe direclion of Mr. Donald Delriclc and wifh hours of praclice, lhe orcheslra is assured of anolher successful produclion. I 5'rh PERIOD CHORUS-Froni' Row: Sharon Crisp. Nancy Liirle, Par Manley. Kay Arha, Sally Jones, Jan Slevens, Mary Cross. Row 2: Barbara Linlon. Karen Smifh. Karen Criggall, Susan Dooley, Flora Sfepp, Vicki Nolan, Barb Carroll. Benifa Simovarl. Row 3: JoAnne lngersall, Sharon Bowman, Pam Rogero, Linda Hellon, Penny Puls, Pam Paddock, Julie Hillgruber, Thea Schaeffer, Cheryl Rozell. Row 4: Claudine Dunn, Pam Schaffer, Pa+ Deck. Anne Parker. Suzy Dickinson, KiHie Wilson. Jolene Vance, Joyce Ellior. Nanci Fisher. Rickie Gaffney, Jane? Brandr. Jane? Kesling. Row 5: Bebe Sfurrevanl. Diane Armacosl, Sue Coe, Roberfa Foley, Linda Snyder, Karen Kalbfleisch, So- nora McClure, Linda Bedwell. Jeanne Cain, Harrier Drakos. Sue Burche, Rufh Ann Young. Row 6: Johnell Tobin, Susan Gray, Vicki Colvin. Polly McSherry. Brenda Collins, Barbara Huehnel, Sherrie Dinsmore, Judy Blome. Brenda Sweeny, Pal' Aszling, Dianne Dickerson, Sharon Thunn, Loire Goodpasler. Talented chorus members radiate golden 4lh PERIOD CHORUS- Fronf Row: Karhy Day, Barb Essenpreis, Carol James, Phyllis Cox, Jeanne Risko. Gwenn Jackson, Nancy Morris, Sheryl Cron, Diane Carrer. Row 2: Vicki Dooley, Charla Graham, Dana Meade. Sandy Harding. Dorolhy Merrill, Linda Shaw, Bunny Srewarf, Lana Curlis, Befh Nolan, Anifa Youngman. Row 3: Linda Sfernberg, Robin Schonsheck, Cynlhia Jones, Sandy HiH'e, Karen Kelly. Con Sfamas, Don Hockeif. Tim Nash. Malcolm Lunderman. Terry Fraze. Row 4: Mark Jones. Kenny Kreiher, Sieve Hahn, Sieve Wafkins, Dan McGilvery. Mike Eckharf, Bob Turner, Bryan McAdow. Dave Wise, Doug Monschke, Ken Jamison. Walking down the corridor toward the chorus room during the 'Fourth and 'Fifth periods, a delightful sound fills one's ears. H' is the beautifully harmonious voices of the Fairmont West choruses, who prac- tice constantly to perfect their selections. Quality and tone are something to be envied, as each year these vocal groups continue to achieve superior ratings in state competition. Under the superb direction of Mr. Gene Seeberger, the choruses present a series of concerts. Highlight of the year's activities culminates in Fairmont West's "Belrler-than-Broadway" spring musical. Time, effort, and patience are expended to attain the highest plateau of harmony. Mr. Gene Seeberger's expression exudes enthusiasm as he directs the melodious Fairmont West chorus tones across campus of Fairmont est 4-th PERIOD CHORUS-Front Row: Margaret Scharrer, Candis Gray, Sandra Roeplcen, Linda Travis, Sue Wogaman, Barbara Thomas, Judi Parrott, Pat Chambers, Marcia MacCagno, Sylvia Kniess. Row 2: Crystal Oates, Linda Kemmer, Karen Shaneck, Mildred Lyons, Susie Ball, Barbara Knipp, Donna Coffey, Karin Nees. Pat Chambers, Jane Stewart, Susan Taylor, Margaret Ham mons. Row 3: Raymonde Nicely, Sondra Slusser, Julie Sea, Shelia Faulstich, Dayna Frame, Mary Jo Rembold, Jack Wood. Dave Kissell, Bill Nelson, Terri Boggs, Pat Humphreys. Row 4: John Logan, Phil Richards, Dave Meadows, John Whipp, John Bacon, John Wise, Glenn Kershner, Milce Snyder, Kerry McCalla, Larry Hannah, Kent Shelly. November was highlighTed by The presenTaTion of The Senior class Play, "The Mouse ThaT Roared." SeTTing oT The play was The small duchy oT Grand Fenwick lo- caTed in The French Alps. Glenn Ekey did a Tine job in The male lead of Tully Bascomb as did Sandy Harding and Linda Williams in The female lead of Queen Glori- anna. Grand Fenwick, having Tinancial diTTiculTies because California was TraudulenTly sTeaIing Their wine markeT. decided To declare war on The UniTed STaTes and in- TenTionally lose in order To be rehabiliTaTed by Their con- querors. Through a series of comical misTakes TiTTeen Fen- wick soldiers managed To subdue New York CiTy and capTure The mosT powerful weapon in The world. The Q-bomb. WiTh This power as bargaining, Grand Fenwick regained iTs Tinancial sTanding and Tully, because of his leadership. becomes Queen Glorianna's consorT. Many weeks of pracTice by ax crew of 67 people, under The excellenT direcTion oT Miss Leah Funk, were rewarded by ouTsTanding perTormances. Thought provoking T T T 3 1 Q is C s . .1 3 s Queen Glorianna, Sandy Harding. proposes To Tully. Glen Ekey, and names him her consorf much To his embarrassmenT. Bob McMurTrey and Dee Longo discuss The power of The Q-bomb. ,,s 'Q Polly Price and Mary Jo Rembold, sTudenT direcTors. review lines in preparaTion Tor one of The opereTTa's many rehearsals. Melody of Sound of Music Max, lGlen Kershnerl, in order To enhance his own inTeresT, Tries To dissuade Elsa lCharla Grahaml from marrying CapTain von Trapp. Combined TalenTs oT The chorus and orchesTra pre- senTed The smashing Broadway musical, The Sound of Music, To Tive capaciTy-Tilled audiences. WriTTen by experTs Rodgers and l-lammersTein. The seTTing is in Nonnberg Abbey in AusTria in I938. Busy nuns are going abouT Their daily Tasks while posTulanT Maria prepares To become Temporary governess To children oT CapTain von Trapp. CapTain has become a marTineT since The deaTh oT his wiTe and his children are liTTle more Than Tiny machines. Maria Teaches Them To sing and enioy life. CapTain and Maria discover They are in love and are married in The Abbey. When They reTurn To Trapp Villa, They Tind Nazis have invaded AusTria. CapTain is summoned inTo Nazi service, and Maria gains Time Tor him by agreeing The whole Tamily will sing in a music TesTival aT concerT hall. Maria leads her Tamily inTo Their exiT song and one by one They disap- pear. They hide in The gardens oT The Abbey as soldiers search Tor Them, and Tinally malce Their way To Treedom as nuns wish Them Godspeed. Under direcTion of Mr. Gene Seeberger. Mr. Don DeTriclc. Mr. Leland l-lall, and sTudenT direcTors, Polly Price and Mary Jo Rembold, The sensaTional musical was an overwhelming success. echoes from scenic "l am sixTeen going on sevenTeen," sings Liesl lAniTa Youngmanl as she Tries To impress Rolf lKerry McCallal ThaT she is growing up. f . Q Governess lCindy Jonesl wins hearts ot younger children with her songs, while older girls, Liesl lAnita Youngnfanl and Louisa lBeth Nolanl, resent her. Austrian Alps to West's dramatic stage l-louselceeper, Frau Schmidt lPat Humphreysl, resents arrival of new governess. Maria's lCindy Jonesl. being introduced by Captain von Trapp lPhil Richardsl "Don't send me away Mother," Maria lCindy Jonesl says to Robin Schonsheck as she is being dismissed from the Abbey. ,M -German soldiers, Kerry McCaila, John Whipp, Sieve Wafkins, and Brian McAclou isearedi. lisi' ihe names of civilians To be arresied. one is here!" cries Rolf iKerry McCalIa1 as he proiecrs ihe von Trapps. Cast is rewarded by 5 Qi Q From oldesi fo youngest von Trapp children, Liesl lAnHa Youngmani. Fred- rich iDave Kisselli, Louisa fBeH'1 Nolanl, Kurr fiviike Noiani, Brigifia iMargarer Scharrerl, Maria lSusie Seebergeri, and Grerl fSue MacCagnol, snap To aHen- 'rion in response +o fheir ia+her's whisile. "How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand" harmonize Sisfer BerThe lSusan Taylorl, SisTer MargareTTa lSandy HiTTel. MoTher Abbess lRobin Schonsheclcl, and SisTer Sophia lSylvia Kneissl. ETTicienT servanTs oT The von Trapp household, Frau SchmidT lPaT Humphreysl. and Franz lBill Lambl, keep iT running smooThly. ovutions of five capacity-filled audiences AnTicipaTion and exciT-emenT mounTed wiTh The se- lecTion of The casT Tor The musical, Sound of Music. CynTh,ia Jones, a Three-year chorus sTudenT, was a naTural selecTion for The ouTsTanding characTer role of Maria. Cindy porTrayed The "Mary MarTin" role wiTh The charm and digniTy oT a Broadway professional in h-er vocal rendiTions of "My FavoriTe Things." "Do-Re- Me," "The Lonely GoaTherd." "Farewell," and "Sound oT Music." Long aTTer The 'Final curTain, The sTrains oT These Tunes will resound in The halls of FairmonT WesT. DirecTors-Mr. Donald DeTriclc. Mr. Leland Hall, and Mr. Gene Seeberger. Rick Gross, Judy Fenron. Marv Hill, and Nancy Giffin fake deserved break. f . ie-J V x Cheryl Finke and Kafhy Ashmun agree "AnyTl1ing for The Senior Dance!" Snowflakes glisten as Senior Dance Jim Todd works diligenfly as The crepe paper is hung wifh 'rhe greafesf of care. Joan Tanner and Jean Roush work hard fo make a favorable firsf impression f Looking forward fo fhe lasf day of school before i Chrisfmas vacafion presenfed pleasurable anficipafion for members of fhe sfudenf body. Seniors. sparkling wifh enfhusiasm and excifemenf, fransformed fhe Wesf Gym- nasium info a winfer wonderland complefe wifh snow- flakes and sleigh for fhe Senior Dance, "Sleighride." Dancing fo fhe refrains of fhe New Blues Messengers achieved fhe afmosphere of a perfecf evening, buf fhe frue joy was shown by each sfudenf's adding fo fhe Chrisfmas spirif. Glisfening lighfs on fhe fradifional Chrisfmas free reflecfed fhe shimmering presenfs filled wifh foys for fhe less privileged children of The area. Glen Ekey's "sleighf of hand" provided fhe diver- sion for fhe evening's infermission as many curious sfu- denfs were infrigued wifh fhe dexferify of Fairmonf Wesf's own magician. Leaving fhe dance filled wifh fhe idea of sharing fhe frue Chrisfmas spirif endowed fhe sfudenfs wifh a wonderful beginning for fhe holiday season. Frosfy makes friends wifh Jeff Hinkley, Judylngraham, Marilyn Hunsaker, and Dale Hamilfon ushers in guiety of Yulefide Season Dancers gel' message from New Blues Messengers. Refreshmenis provide a welcome break fo delighfful evening. CHEMIST.RY AND PHYSICS LAB ASSISTANTS-FronT Row: Row Two: Bill Kinnard, Tom Elrod, Jim Murray, Emerson Horner, Joanne Fisher, Lynn GirTon, Bonnie Blakeman, Greg Papp, Mike Larry Doggef, Torn Jackson, PeTe Fowler. i Wells, Tony Cramer, Myron O'Hara, Barbara GroTT, Terry Fraze. Service to Fairmont West merits praise, SaTisTacTion gained in service To WesT is meas- ured in pride oihaving made a conTribuTio,n To The IiTe of The high school. Service To FairmoriT WesT is a IoT oT work, a IoT OT Tun, and a IiTTle Time. Loyal Dragons give Time, TaIenT, and hearT To Their Task. Lab assisTanTs gain immeasurable knowl- edge in Tields oT biology, chemisTry, and physics. Library assisTanTs become experTs in Tiling books and magazines. In close conTacT wifh The Teachers, sTudenT sec- reTaries masTer The arT oT grading papers, Typing TesTs, and helping The Teacher whenever possible. STage crew, Through daily work, develops The skill oT helping presenT a sTage producTion. Hall moniTors paTrol The halls, and book- sTore workers sell sTudenTs much needed supplies. BIOLOGY LAB ASSISTANTS-John STeeIe, Barb Lynch, Carol James, Mike Galloway, Greg Congleion, Linda Shaw, Sue PesTer, Tina Roudebush, Mike WaTson, Carol HarT, MalT Place, Lynn Lovering, MargareT Scharrer. x i STAGE CREW-Front Row: Jim Spahr. Claude Baber, Keith Johnson, Tom Leclcrone. Row 2: Ken Crist, Jim McKee, Mr. Leland Hall, Karl Medcalt, Tom Gibbs, Al Ritchie, Dan Clark. satisfaction, pride, ancl accomplishment 1 img, TEACHERS' STUDENT SECRETARIES-Front Row: Barb Bartley Barb Penny, Dayna Frame, Penny Castor, Barb Shellhase, Linda' Rothtuss, Bonnie Laughlin, Cindy Todorott, Karen Kline, Celeste Johnson. Row 2: Jean Rislco, Joan Tanner, Donna Williams, Jose- phine Hutt, Robin Schonsheclc, Linda Watson, Karen Bursch, Bev Longman, Karen Gacldis, Sandy l-litte, Sally Little. Row 3: Karen Moore, Diane Lucas, Kathy Schweller, Wanda Sparlcs, Rosenell Stewart, Sandra Klatt, Beclci Lee, Donna St. Felix, Jean Ridenour, Barb Patrick, Lynn Michaels, Linda Amand, Ruth Ann Young. HALL MON-tTORS-Front Row: Dan Rausch, Linda Kemmer. Tom Sharritt, Jerry Stimmel, Karen Childress, Gerry Van Over, Dave Palmer, Steve Spears. Row 2: John Dacon, George Schierling, Lynn McCurdy, Mary Ann Baker, Tom Brown, Jenny Clark, Mike Gantz, Jim Johnson, Doug Venard, Rickie Gattney, David Helm, Mike Miller, Rob Ruhlman, Rick Bunting, Steve Alexander, Bill Wieland, Jon Wasson, Lee Hildebrandt, Judy Jones. Row 3: Jean Roush, Jett Jacobs, Cheryl Finke, Donna Ecton, Tim Nugent, Barbara Lutes, Robbie McGraw, Bob Grueber, Mitch Jameson, Ralph Schnieder, Doug Trigg, Tom Howell, Bill Brandt, Carl Christman, Jett Conner, Andrea Pease, Denny Reed, Alan Sallee, Tom Glass, Bonnie Adams, Sandy Roberson, Debbie Hill, Bill Schuerholz, John Snyder, Bill Rike, Jim Bartlett, Rick Childress, Ralph Walters, John Gardner, Greg Meyer. Fairmont West boasts time and talent STUDENT OFFICE ASSISTANTS-fstandingzt Kaye Arnold, Lois Blair, Madalyn Brandenburg, Carol Brigeman, Lana Curtis, Joyce Dicke, Betty Evans, Sue Fahrney, Brenda Hoover, Gwenn Jackson, Kathy Kingston, Joanne Kinzig, Cindy McAllister, Sue Menchen, Linda Petry, Kathy Pinkstatt, Linda Reese, Debbie Ryder, Robin Schonsheck, Rita Snyder, Susan Spaulding, Pat Thompson. Sitting: Linda Amend. Karen Argabrite, Sandy Finley, Charlotte Hol- land, Holly Hotchkiss, Diane Kindy, Marilyn' Madden, Patty Paton, Karen Reed, Alice Robertson, Sue Temple, Billie Watson. Margie White, Kay Wirth, Martha Wolte. BOOKSTORE WORKERS-Linda Lennon, Barbara Linton, Tony Thomas, Larry Holden. Monica Firth, Pat Swango, Janet Moore, Jan Maddux. from faithful, effective Dragon assistants Even though atter school hours are not given tor this assistance, these loyal Drag- ons contribute their daily tree periods to this work. Through this service, good career experience as well as the extra reward ot satisfaction is attained. Monitors Bob Grueber, Bob Ruhlman, and Cheryl Finke check hall passes. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Left Table: Gary Reigelsperger, Judy Seibert, Jill Jane Stewart, Dale Hamilton, Jenny Hetzel, Claudine Dunn, Larry Ketzel. Bloomer, Linda Henderson, Joanne Terrigno, Kay Kisling. Right Table: Sally Brenda Collins, Everette Collins, Nancy Music, Barb Sandlin, John Frazier, Andres, Sharon Moore, Nanci Dunn, Pam Cotter, Jennifer Ely. Back Row: Becky Leeson, Linda Fox, George Nassit, Peggy Sparks, Patty Reagan. Dragons express overflowing spirit as team members are introduced with "Team Rah!" ep meetings vitally boost West's spirit l Spirit rises as bonfire burns low. Spirit overflows 'From assemblies to decorating of cars. 4 Ku Klux Varsity "F" Clan overwhelms crowd with burning ot East Falcon. DayTon Philharmonic OrchesTra enTerTains aTTenTive and recepTive sTudenT body wiTh iTs enioyable musical slrains. O 0 0 Interesting assemblies enrich school clay SeparaTing KeTTering's high school enrollmenT inTo Two schools enabled FairmonT WesT To resume The policy oT providing as- semblies Tor The sTudenT body. SupT. ChesTer A. Roush. who had visiTed The SovieT Union as one oT TwenTy-Tive educaTors represenTing The UniTed STaTes gave a mosT inTormaTive, slide-illusTraTed Tallc on The educaTional syslem oT Russia. OTher enjoyable assemblies, consisTecl oT The Spurlows, a sing- ing group under The auspices oT The Chrysler CorporaTion: The DayTon Philharmonic OrchesTra who TeaTured John Young, a sTu- denT aT FairmonT WesTp and The combined eTTorTs oT WesT's music and speech deparTmenTs in Their excellenT ChrisTmas assembly. Fairmonlronians pour inTo audiiorium To enioy modern iazz of Spurrlows. SuperinTendenT ChesTer A. Roush presenTs highlighis of his Russian Tour To inTeresTed sTudenTs. Energetic pep band prepares another spirited song to boost Dragon morale. Versatility of talent and energy flows freely Energy overflows to the after-game dance as hands are Mike Lackey takes rest from recording tootball highlights to watch game stamped and teet are stomped. Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf is called fo order by Donna Ecfon. presiding iudge. Paf Forsfhoff is inside bailiff, and Karen Moore is recording secrefary. Sandy Roepken soffly sfrums her guifar as she sings a lovely folk song for fhe JCOWA I-loofenanny. from Fairmont West Fairmonfonians iusf seem fo bubble wifh enfhusiasm and energy. Ufilizing affer-school hours fo fhe fullesf. sfudenfs can be found signing pefifions, swinging af dances, singing af hoofenannies, cheering af foofball games. and confribufing fo fhe Keffering Teenage Traf- fic Courf. Each of fhese nof only offers new experiences. buf also demands versafilify of falenf and energy from each sfudenf. 'W' Sign! Sign! Sign! Don'f eaf lunch--iusf sign! Show your IIOZ, spirif as Fairmonf Wesf sfrives fo win WlN6's school spirif pefifion confesf! Keffering Teenage Traffic Cour+'s iury consisfs of licensed high school drivers who decide upon correcfive acfion for fhe high school fraffic offender. Spiril' is Wes'r's promise for success in sporls. Success lies in +l1e 'rlirill of compelilion, in 'rhe cleferminalion To play hard, in 'flue llwrill of viclory, or in graciously accepling flue agony of clefea'I'. Desire +o compele is migln'y- whellier lhe foe be a Weslern Ohio League rival or a girls' baslcelball 'ream in GAA inlramurals. Sporls is more 'rlian praclice ancl sweal. viclory or cleleaig spor'rs is leamwork and leamworlc lies in 'rlie power of each and every Dragon. E 1 1 9 i 1 4 f . 2 3 . , . I Y 5 I 4 ' . it Q F 1 I I I 4 K ! I I 4 V ! v 9 E 5 4 I I . f ' ' ' ' . ' "il - i.rvA . if , 'I -, ., . 4Qg.gf y 4,., I K- , y -5 H4 1 .1-,4-.'. 'f - ,, A . 1 .f jf , K 1 V. , J:-k1A"' g , M : N A .4 V ", lt 4 , -,Ax K X K q A Z 1- f ' ' 7 1 H fn... y A 'Q A I , -, . , 3 -X H , M12 f A .Q i X" i. ' ff . Wd . . " ' 2 if ' 5 K' J 5 Q I . Y ' 3 Q Q , 3 V- sq , 5 , f A 2 1 V am-wwf' . W' ' F e Q ,' - f 3 ,- - 4 ., I! I ? ' EV? au ' .li v. I 189, 5 Y H311 iff: -5 Q UL .41 L., vhkl 1, H Q Y -xt, 31.-g., 'H -u-' I-x ' , n, 5. , - . RT" al. mvdnwifl .li Fairmon? Wesfs form on The floor is a fip-off +0 another victory. SPUR T as . IZ I gre :J 2 gr 1 k,I f gt' X IK ' wig' 4 T , LL ,X LA, Q "" I 5 2, s 7 fix' :vv 'fi V A M ,F V ":V W QQ ' - MUHPT if ff T 51,-1 ' , fs- if WWA 7 . ' I N I I T , ' T 1 iliifi s T - 5 lm?A w g Vs may y wwe s if S a as .il f cis, T i i 1 sa T A ' A T 2 4 f i ,iv T 'f 2 V I it ,Y,,:. ' ., ig? W'A N ff.-2 I X T i cs ,.' Q - " -:ff-f :,f A . COACHES: lkneelingl Coach Buford Crager, Coach Fred Neer, Coach Duane Thomp son. lsTandingl Coach Terry Malleff, Head Coach Bob HildreTh. Coach Dick Hoppei Early-season losses could noT dampen The sky- high spirif of The I964 Fairmonf Wesf foofball Team. Coach Hildrefh was iusfified in saying Thaf spiriT was The besT he had seen in five years. Facing five Teams which had been, aT one Time or an- oTher, represenfed in The sTaTe's Top Ten rafings, Wesf failed To win a game unTil midseason. Then Things began To click: The key was iolfing line play, unseen before homecoming. FirsT, The Dragon passing aTTack began To work, and, as The holes sTar'Ted To open, The ground game also picked up. Affer Tasfing vicTory for The firsT Time aT home- coming, The squad pledged ifself To winning The schedule's remaining four games. IT Took one of The mosT sfunning abouf-faces in Fairmonf grid his- Tory, buT The Team climbed from The cellar of The new Wesfern Ohio League To second place. Twice The offense produced as many poinTs in Two quar- Ters as had been scored in The firsf five games, and The defensive Team allowed only one Touch- down while shuffing ouT Three of The lasf five op- ponenTs in affaining The ,500 goal ThaT had once looked so far away. Strong finish gives Dragons 5-5 record: Picking up firsf down on end sweep is John HarT. FronT Row: Denny Reed: John Johnson: Rick Bunfing: Tom Sharriffg Sfeve Alexander: Jeff Jacobs: John HarT. co-capfain: Jim Todd capfain: Chris Houck: Mike Denka: Dick Abernaihyg Tom Bohardf: , CO-- Marv Hill: Bob Skinner: Bob Wifhrow. Row 2: Elmer Yocum, Jeff Kernan Joe Fiedler, Ron Zaremski, Tom Madliger, Dave Meadows, Jim Lynn. Marc Shoemacher, Don Harlow, Bob Reinerf, Earl Riggs, Rick Andrews, Co-caplains Jim Todd and John Hari lead a spirifed enirance by Fairmonl Wesf gridders. second place in Western Ohio League Dave Maliby, Greg Jollay, Glen Kershner. Row 3: Mike Coleman, Doug Schaublin, Bill Wilson, Kerry McCalla, Dain DeVeny, Mail' Place, Dick Wiflman, Jim Swarlzel, Tad Claypool, Dave Miller, Tom Wallher, Bob Krynzel, John Lowder, Dave Braun, Carl Showecker. Row 4: Ron Bales, Jim Garliiz, Tom Auerhammer, Phil Baker, Ken Downey, Ken? Cunningham, Sieve Yosl, Craig French, Pai' Combs, Don Howard, Gary Burns, Frank Bosion, Dan Reinecke, Dan Maloon. Row 5: Gene Baker, Mike Jacobs. Bob Weisman, Ron Barrelf, Jack Broughion, Tim Roach, Gary Wade. Tom Kohl, Brad Lennon, Rick Wesl, Nick Szakal, Don Hockell, Ron Geller, Jim Spahr. Row 6: Coach Wood, Coach Thompson, Coach Neer, Trainer Freeman, Head Coach Hildrelh, Mr. Bowser, Coach Hoppe. Coach Crager, Coach Mallell. l WEST DROPS OPENER TO MIDDLETOWN Traveling To lvIiddleTown To open The season, The Dragons ran inTo a very sTubborn lvliddie squad. Soon aTTer The opening kickoTT, lvliddleTown marched down The Tield To chalk up Their TirsT score. WesT reTaliaTed wiTh a sixTy-nine yard drive buT Tailed To score when an oTT-Tackle play Tell inches shorT oT a TirsT down aT The sevenTeen. Solid defense shuT lvIiddleTown ouT Through The second quarTer, buT The home Team was equally Tough. The halT-Time score was 6-O. MiddleTown. Two Touchdown passes, one a shorT aerial ThaT Turned inTo a ol-yard play aTTer nearly being snagged by Two deTenders, iced' The game Tor The Middies in The Third period. WesT conTinued To geT sTreaks oT good running Trom boTh halTbacks, buT was unable To score. TighTening up, The Dragon de- Tense sTopped The Middies in The TourTh quarTer, buT The damage was done and MicldleTown coasTed To a 22 To O vicTory on The sTrengTh oT a slashing ground game. Ya . STRONG FINISH FAILS TO CATCH CHAMINADE STrong second halT play, parTicularly on de- Tense, was noT quiTe enough To bring The Dragons back aTTer Chaminade held FairmonT To a palTry eleven yards Tor Two quarTers. Chaminade capiTal- ized on a Tumble aT The 33 and engineered a long drive Tor Touchdowns in each oT The TirsT Two per- iods. WesT sTopped a Third Green drive aT The one as The clock ran ouT aT halTTime. Picking up where They had leTT oTT, The Dragon defensive plaToon conTained The Eagles easil Through The second halT. An erraTic passing aTTack kepT WesT Trom scoring unTil Tar inTo The Tinal per- iod when Marv Hill hiT John HarT wiTh a TourTh- and-sixTeen pass. GeTTing behind The defense. halT- back I-larT sprinTed down The sidelines Tor a 60- yard Touchdown, buT Chaminade's lead was insur- mounTable wiTh only Two minuTes To play. WesT was on The scoreboard, buT could only waTch The lasT minuTe melT away as The Eagles won This baTTle of rivals, I4-6. WiTh Tacklers closing in. John HarT bulls for a IiTTIe exTra yardage. Bob Skin Fullback Tom Bohardl' l34l blasTs Tor a good gain as JeTT Kernan 75 waTcl'1es DRAGONS BATTLE BUT SPRINGFIELD SOUTH WINS Facing one oT Ohio's real gridiron gianTs, WesT played an excellenT game againsT a big, TasT Spring- Tield SouTh ouTTiT. ATTer allowing a shorT pass To break loose Tor a long, early SouTh T. D., The purple and whiTe dug in and virTually sTopped SpringTield cold Tor more Than Two quarTers. WesT's only scoring ThreaT ended when a penalTy nulliTied a 33-yard pass To The Three. HighlighTs included, STeve Alex- ander's blocking oT a WildcaT Tield goal -aTTempT and Marv I-lill's inTercepTion in The end zone To kill a SpringTield drive. SouTh's WildcaTs conTrolled The ball Tor all buT Tour minuTes of The Third quarTer, buT a hard-hiTTing deTense kepT Them in check. WiTh WesT Tiring in The Tinal period, SpringTield racked up Two Touchdowns To win 22 To O. FairmonT had proven To be much sTiTTer opposiTion Than had been expecTed, handing SouTh whaT Coach HildreTh Termed "a physical beaTing." ner is in The clear aTTer a compIeTed sideline pass. DRAGONS DROP FIRST IN WOL TO WAYNE FairmonT WesT'siTirsT real show oT oTTensTve power was noT enough as Wayne's rampaging War- riors ruined The Dragons' WesTern Ohio League debuT. STrong passing was The key To WesT's Two Touchdowns as Marv Hill was on TargeT To Tive receivers Tor 208 yards. Forced To come back aTTer an eighTy-yard run puT The Warriors in TronT, The Dragons Tied The game when Hill piTched To Skinner aT The Ten: The quarTerback scored Tour plays laTer. BeTore The half ended, WesT was again knocking aT The door, buT Two Tullback power plays couldn'T geT The lasT yard, and FairmonT Trailed I4-8 aT The halT. Second-half acTion saw WesT go inTo The driv- er's seaT Tor The TirsT Time when passes To WiThrow and HarT neTTed ano+her Touchdown To Tie. and a Third Toss made iT I6- I4. FourTh-quarTer' play broughT The axe down on FairmonT ambiTions when a War- rior back scampered 95 yards on a punT reTurn. Piling up 300 yards and gaining nearly Twice as many TirsT downs as Wayne, The Dragons were sTill unable To hang onTo a slim lead, and losT The game. 20 To lo. Hauling in a Hill pass. John HarT is oTT on a yard Touchdown iaunT againsT Wayne. ragons drop first five of Tough Schedule Marv Hill s hard hiTTing Tackle is Typical oT a rugged FairmonT defense. POWERFUL XENIA TOPS FAIRMONT WEST Facing one-oT The Top WOL powers, WesT had a Tough Time as Xenia's Buccanneers Took advanTage oT good breaks To down The Dragons. Recovering a Tumble, Xenia had To drive only ThirTy-Tour yards Tor Their TirsT T. D. A pass inTercepTion aT The eighT- een accounTed Tor anoTher X-Town score. Fumbling again proved cosTly in The Third pe- riod when Xenia came up wiTh The ball TiTTy-Tive yards Trom The goal line. LighTning sTruck in one play as a Buccaneer Took a pass and simply ouTran The deTense To score. Dragon deTense was much Tougher Than The lopsided score indicaTed as Bob Skinner came up wiTh a lunging inTercepTion oT a long pass and oTher backs knocked down Xenia passes To nearly sTop a scoring ThrusT. WesT gave up no susTained drives, buT could do noThing againsT The burly Buc line, and dropped number Tive, 20 To O. s HOMECOMING: FAIRMONT I4: BEAVERCREEK 0! Amid The colorful pageanfry of Homecoming, The Dragons puf TogeTher an impeneTrable defense and a sfeady offense To Take win number one. over Beavercreek's Beavers. WesT nailed iTs firsT Tally when Sfeve Alexander picked off a Beavercreek pass aT The Twenfy-five. Momenfs lafer, Marv Hill found Bob WiThrow wide open in The end zone for a Touchdown. Key pass complefions To SharriTT and Andrews sparked a 90- yard drive To paydirf. WesT's longesf susfained drive of The season. Much improved line work made The Dragon ground game click as WesT pushed The pigskin To The one and fullback Alexander plunged over. Confinued rugged defense in The second half made The lead sTand up as WesT was ofTen deep in Beaver TerriTory buf did noT score. and Fairmonf shuT ouT Beavercreek wiTh a classy I4 To O per- formance. Sliding off a Tackler, Sfeve Alexander confribufes yardage To a sfrong running game Jim Todd l84l waiTs To pull in a long. arching pass. DRAGONS OVERWHELM STEBBINS Dads' Nighf proved To be a big one for Fair- monT WesT foofball as The Dragons compleTely domi- naTed The Sfebbins' Indians To Take over second place in The WOL. Pouncing on a fumble on The opening kick-off, John HarT seT up WesT's firsT quick Touchdown. Bob Wifhrow grabbed a deflecfed pass in The end zone for score number one, and added anoTher when he caughT a 33-yarder from Hill in The second quarfer. AfTer a holding penalfy nullified anoTher Dra- gon Tally. The Hill-To-Wifhrow combinafion again proved deadly as The slippery end eluded Three de- fenders To pave The way for Tom SharriTT's Three- yard Touchdown bursT. - LaTe in The game, Tom Madliger snared a STeb- bins pass and raced 47 yards To score. WiTh sopho- more fullback Bob Krynzel providing mosT of The power. FairmonT drove for anoTher fourTh-quarfer Touchdown. Sfrong defense, which compleTely boT- Tled up Sfebbins' explosive backfield, and WesT's besT offensive performance, highlighTed by Marv Hill's 9-for-I4 passing exhibifion, led To a memorable 34 To O win. FOURTH QUARTER COMEBACK BEATS FAIRBORN Dragons were Tough in The cluTches and came on laTe To knock off Fairborn. Fairborn's early of- fensive Thrusfs kepT The pressure on WesT's defense, buf a Timely penalfy, an inTercepTion. and an ag- gressive line held The Flyers Twice inside The fifTee-n before a Third drive broke Through To make iT 7-O, Fairborn. Power running by Madliger and Alexander ac- counfed for sevenTy-one yards on a 77-yard drive before Madliger galloped seven yards To score. WesT's exTra-poinT Try fizzled and The Dragons sTill Trailed, 7-6. LaTe in The lasf period. WesT goT The ball, buT Two aTTempTed-pass plays losT eighT yards before Bob Skinner gof under a 53-yard bomb and was collared only one sfride from The goal line, seTTing up a Tom SharriTT T. D. run. Fairborn sformed back To The Twenfy, buf WesT's Third key inTercepTion sfopped The drive To seal a I4-7 Dragon vicTory. All-DisTricT pass-cafcher Bob Wifhrow scores The firsf of his Two Touchdowns againsT STebbins. DRAGONS TRIUMPH IN FIRST l EAST-WEST CLASH I One of The biggesf nighfs in The hisTory of FairmonT foofball was November 7, I964, when The Two FairmonTs iniTiaTed a gridiron rivalry offen gompared To The STeele-STivers baffles of anoTher ay. WesT proved superior To The ne-wer school by an impressive score as Bob Wifhrow confinued his classy pass-cafching. Hill hiT WiThrow in The end zone Twice afTer The rangy end sTreTched To pull in The game's firsT T. D. on an Alexander pass. Alex added WesT's oTher Tally on a Two-yard plunge afTer Bob Skinner leaped high To pick off a Falcon Toss. and liTerally flew 55 yards wiTh The sTolen pass. All of This scoring was packed inTo The firsT half. NeiTher Team scored in The IasT Two periods as The game seTTled inTo a bruising defensive sTrug- gle. Guard, Mike Denka. on offense, and Tackle Jeff, "The Demon" Jacobs, recenTIy swiTched from offense To defense, led rugged Dragon lines ThaT more Than held Their own againsT EasT's sizeable squad. Looking very sharp. The defensive pIaToon forced EasT's Hogan To drop back inTo a shofgun formaTion To pass. and held The shifTy quarferback To Two compleTions. Time ran ouT on The Falcons' only drive aT halffime, and a near-capaciTy crowd aT U. D. waTched The Dragons Take The edge in This greaT rivalry, 26 To O. Smashing The EasT line, STeve Alexander drives for a score Five in ca row, win over Easi cap season Hard-running Tom SharriTT breaks loose for a long gainer. FIFTH STRAIGHT WIN CI-OSES SEASON AGAINST PANTHERS Cafching fire in The second half, The Dragons overcame The Springfield NorTh PanThers. SeTTIing inTo a defensive sTruggIe. neiTher Team scored be- fore inTermission. NorTh blocked a punT To seT up a Third-quarfer field goal, buf FairmonT pulled ahead on a scoring drive: Marv l'Iill's quarferback sneak scored afTer Alexander was Thrown back aT The one. I-larT romped for anoTher T.D. on a 63-yard pass, WesT's longesT play of The season. Hill ran for boTh exTra poinTs To make The final score I6-3. RECORD FairmonT WesT ....,., O Middlefown ............. 22 FairmonT WesT ......, O Springfield SouTh ..... 22 FairmonT WesT ....... 6 Chaminade .....s,,..... . I4 FairmonT WesT ..... I6 Wayne ...... ......, 2 0 FairmonT WesT ...,.., O Xenia ....,....... ..V..... 2 O FairmonT WesT ..... I4 Beavercreek ...... ...... O Fairmonlr WesT ,... ,I4 Fairborn .....,,, ...... 7 Fairmorfr WesT ...,. 34 STebbins ......, ..... O Fairmonf WesT ..... 26 FairmonT EasT ............. 0 Fairmonf WesT ..... I6 Springfield NorTh ...,. 3 'Q' if Dan McGilvery lleadingl and Lee HildebrandT lead as They loegin Tinal leg of Their run. Sheer deTerminaTion and hard work To bring abouT sTeady improvemenT led To a highly success- Tul season Tor Coach BaTeson and his cross counTry runners in I964. WiTh only Two reTurning leTTermen. The disTance-men goT sTrong performances Trom' un- derclassmen as well as seniors To win Tour of six meeTs, and were The TirsT Dragon men's aThleTic Team To deTeaT FairmonT EasT. Lee Hilde-brandT was TirsT in each of FairmonT's TirsT Tour meeTs. AlThough Tailing To win a maior meeT, The run- ners placed respecTably every Time They ran. lDra- gons Tinished ahead of aT leasT Tour-TiTThs of Their opponenTs in all major meeTsl. and The record in- cluded several close seconds. WesT Tinished second To Xenia a'T The Chaminade lnviTaTional. BelmonT. TourTh in The sTaTe, beTTered WesT aT Fairview: The Dragons came wiThin seven poinTs oT The TirsT WesT- ern Ohio League championship, and missed The DisTricT's number one spoT by only Tive poinTs. Xenia capTured The WOL. Trophy in spiTe oT a McGilvery-HildelorandT sweep oT The TirsT Two spoTs and Hinkley's eighTh-place Tinish. WesT came wiThin a breaTh of upseTTing BelmonT's Bisons aT The DisTricT, crushing The area's oTher Class A powers -Xenia lwho had beaTen FairmonT no less Than Three Time-s during The seasonl and Dunbar-To earn a crack aT The STaTe crown. HildebrandT l3rd-9:5Il, Hinkley ll3Th-l0:l4l. Ken Owen lI6Th-IO:22l, and Mike Galloway ll7Th--lO:23l all Turned in Their besT Times of The season. Dan McGilvery Took TiTTh place wiTh a classy 9:59 clocking. Making a good showing aT Columbus. FairmonT WesT ranked among Ohio's Top Ten in cross coun- Try Tor The Third consecuTive year. McGilvery seT The pace for The Dragons and Tinished l7Th: Hilde- brandT was 24Th: Galloway, 82nd: Owen, 9OTh: and Jeff Hinkley gamely lasTed ouT The Two miles wiTh a pulled muscle To come in ll7Th. Cross Country improves Through seosonp FronT Row: Coach Ross BaTeson, Dan McGilvery, Gary Mitchell, Bill RoysTon. Caywood. Row 2: Jay Ramaley, Joe DeHaven. Bob Burrows. John TheriaulT. Mike Galloway. Lee Hildebrandt Ken Owen. Bill WrighT. Jeff Hinkley, Craig John PaisT, John Logan, Jim Wick, Bruce Clever. Chuck Spivey. ich Ross Baleson fallies up rhe score. Jeff Hinkley and Lee Hildebrandi' sfride ihrougli 'lhe Alrees ahead of 'lhe pack. econd in W.O.L., number ten in Ohio Fairmonl Wesl' ..., Fairmonl Wes? Fairmonl Wesf Fairmonl' Wesi .... Fairmonr Wesr .,.. 2I Fairmonr Wesl ..,. Chaminade lnvi'ra'rional ............. RECORD Richmond .,.... Chaminade .... Toledo Bowser Lima .............. Xenia ........ Jefferson ..... Wayne ..... S+ebbins ........ 2l 68 54 55 2I 44 I55 I62 Springfield Norlh .... 38 Beavercreek ............ 46 Fairmonf Eas'r Lowell Thomas lnviiaiional ....... Bowling Green lnvilalional ..,.... Fairview lnvilalional ..,...,..,. Wesiern Ohio League ....,,. Dns'rric'r Meei ............... Slaie Meer ........ 60 2nd 3rd 7+h 2nd 2nd 2nd lO1h Fasf sfarl gives Jim Wick. John Logan, Bill Wrighl and Chuck Spivey an early lead Fall sports award winners: Kneeling: Joe Fiedler, Lee Hildebrandt, Steve Marv Hill, Bob Withrow, Jim Todd, Jett Jacobs, Bob Skinner, Tom Madliger. Alexander, John Hart, Tom Sharritt, Rick Andrews. Standing: Dan lv1cGilvery, Fall banquet honors successful athletes Athletes, coaches, and cheerleaders were spot- lighted at Fairmont West's annual tall sports ban- quet. Features ot the evening were a tine meal and' an awards program in which nine cross country run- ners and thirty-tour tootballers received Varsity F's. Coach Bateson presented Lee Hildebrandt his Most Valuable award, thus making Lee the honorary captain ot the l964 cross country team: Dan Mc- Gilvery was named as Most Improved. Passing out one more than the normal allot- ment ot seven tootball trophies, Mr. l-lildreth honored Bob Skinner lBest Detensive Backl, Tom Sharritt llvlost lmprovedl, Steve Alexander llvlost Coachablet, Marv l-lill lBest Ottensive Backl, John l-lart lBest Defensive Linemanl, Bob Withrow fBest Ottensive Linemanl, and Jim Todd, who received the coveted Most Spirited award. Saying that the recipient ot the eighth award had been seriously considered tor tive ot the other seven trophies, the tootball coach gave Jett Jacobs a special trophy inscribed "l IOW Ettortf' Dragon gridders Bob Skinner, Jim Todd, Bob Withrow, and Joe Fiedler were recognized tor being Mr. Altred Bolender accepted cross country's sec- ond-place trophy trom the District meet, and a memorable evening was climaxed with the announce- ment that juniors Joe Fiedler, 'Tom lvladliger, and Rick Andrews had been named to captain the l965 tootball team. Senior tackle, Jett Jacobs, accepts a special award tor his spirit and enthusiasm. selected to the All-Western Ohio League squad? Fall cheerleaders: Nancy Gif- fin: Terri Mouse: Judy Fen- lon, capfain: Judy Merrifield: Ann Cushwa: Pam Li1"rle. 'Cheerleaders maintain Wes 's 11001: spirit Winfer cheerleaders: Dayna Frame: 'Janel King: Joan Tanner, caplainq Nancie Fish- er: Jean Roush: Jaine Williams. N Reserve cheerleaders: lfroni' rowl Linda Zaremslci Barb Horner, Sherry Millcereif. lrow 21 Holly Sioui' Tonya Sizelove, Paliy Weimer. :SK .wwi gg . 'FJ f ,M ' , if Q' Q my , ,nigh 4 .K sf-f vf .Q gn 1' 4 if fe Kneeling: Coach John STuckey. Siandingz Bob VieTsg Marv Hill: Bob Wiihrowg sey: Rick Jacobs: Mark Donahue: Dave Helm: PeTe Thompson. Dave RuTh: Douc Maxwell: STeve Pease: Tom McCormick, capTaing STan Ram- Size, depth characterize 15-4 roundbullers BaskeTball '64 goT OTT To a rousing sTarT as The Dragons made a specTacular comeback aTTer being down by Ten poinTs wiTh Three minuTes To play To dump The Lima SparTans. Senior Tom McCormick showed ThaT The improvemenT which had gained The capTainship oT The varsiTy aTTer Two years on WesT's reserve squad was noT a myTh: his 26 poinTs and I5 rebounds were The backbone oi an opening game win, alThough iT was The Toul shooTing, under pres- sure. of Doug Maxwell and Bob VieTs ThaT decided The 75-72 baTTle. Wilbur WrighT's PiloTs gave The Dragons quiTe a scare beTore WesT ran up 32 poinTs in The Third quarTer To make up a halT-Time deTiciT and go on To a rouT. l-loT shooTing iseven-Tor-sevenl by Bob VieTs in The second halT and Doug Maxweli's I7- poinT ToTal led The way To an 8l-6l vicTory. FairmonT pulled inTo an early lead againsT Bel- monT and conTinued To sTreTch iT as The game pro- gressed. AnoTher showing oT ouTsTanding bench sTrengTh and a rash of Bison Touls which allowed The Dragons To cash in on I4 oi I8 Tree Throws in The Tinal period conTribuTed To a 73-56 win, snapping The STaTe Champions' I8-game win sTring. WesT and Charninade provided a noisy crowd wiTh a Typical nip-and-Tuck sTruggle beTween Those long-Time rivals. OuT-rebounded and shooTing medi- ocrely Trom The chariTy sTripe. The Dragons managed To sTay in The conTesT all The way wiTh sparks oT ag- gressive cleTense and heads-up play ThaT cuT The Eagles' eighi'-poinT lead To Three beiore Time ran ouT on a 49-52 deTeaT. Opposiie: Tom McCormick and Doug Maxwell l34l Take a rebound away from Eagle Gary ArThur l5l CaTching Three defenders TlaT-TooTed, Doug Maxwell i34l Throws in anoiher baskeT Dave Helm connecfs from his favorife spof in fhe corner. Oxford-Talawanda was no mafch for fhe Dragon as Wesf hif 32 of 43 foul shofs, including I3-for-I4 b Doug Maxwell. Highlighf of fhe game was fhe defensiv play of 5-foof-7 guard Pefe Thompson who once infer cepfed fhree consecufive passes and drove fhe Brave nearly fo disfracfion in fhe 78-6I win. Hamilfon Garfield used speed and good shoofing fo upend Fairmonf. Four Dragons scored in double fig- ures, buf if wasn'+ enough as Garfielcl's pofenf offense prevailed, 82-73. Firsf-round acfion in fhe sixfh annual Keffering Holi- day Tourney saw Wilmingfon fall fo The Dragons. Wesf was hurf by I5 furnov-ers and connecfed on only 29W from fhe floor, buf Doug Maxwell's 26 counfers carried Fairmonf info fhe championship game affer Oakwood squeaked pasf Akron Cenfral. Hiffing abouf half of fheir shofs fhe nexf nighf, fhe Wesf cagers prompfly fook a fwenfy-poinf lead againsf fhe +ournamenf's defending champs and proceeded fo leave fhe Lumberiacks far behind. Aggressive rebounding, and hoi oufside shoofing by Mark Donahue, who shared scoring honors wifh Tom McCormick ai' 20, were key facfors in bringing fhe firsf place frophy back home, 89-66. Akron nosed oui' Wilmingfon's Hurricanes for fhe number fhree spof. Dragons regain tourney crown, grab Ieodi Dragons revel behind a deiecfed Indian cenfer affer Wesf's 62-60 upsef win over Sfebbins. l .Marv Hill guns a iumper lrom lhe lop ol lhe key. l Dave Rulh gels imporlanl inslruclions lrom Coach John Sluckey belore enlering a close game. W.O.L. race as Bucs, Beavers, Indians fall l Opening lhe league season wilh her lhree loughesl loes, Fairmonl Wesl gol oll lo a good slarl in WOL 'compelilion wilh a win over ,a lormer MVL rival. Xenia came oll second besl aller lhe Dragons blew a I9-poinl lead: Coach Sluclcey crediled Pele Thompson wilh pulling Wesl logelher lo hang onlo a 68-59 lriumph. Fouls loroed lwo Dragon slarlers oul ol aclion lor a quarler, and Wesl sullered a lourlh-period collapse, bul Maxwell l28 poinlsl conlinued his scoring spree and Fairmonl wallced oll wilh a 7l-67 win againsl lhe Beaver- lcreelc Beavers. ' Billed as lhe probable WOL lille lill, lhe Wesl- Slebbins game lived up lo expeclalions. Never ahead unlil lhe linal minule, Fairmonl lrailed by six wilh l:39 'lo go. bul closed lhe gap quiclcly. Tom McCormicl:'s re- sverse lay-up lied lhe score, and Pele Thompson hil bolh ends ol a one-and-one wilh his underhanded lree lhrow lo give lhe Dragons a lwo-poinl viclory margin. Bob Wilhrow. whose I7 poinls lcepl Wesl in lhe Slebbins game. dribbles around lhe Indians' Tom Ralslon. Springfield SouTh was The scene oT a similar cliTT hanger. Trailing by Tive aTTer Three quarTers, We needed 28 poinTs in The lasT quarTer To caTch The Wild caTs,. buT came Through To challc up a 69-67 win. FairmonT's TourTh league game broughT WesT u againsT Wayne. McCormick and Maxwell boTh score 20 on The same nighT Tor The TirsT Time and WesT wan never in serious Trouble, downing The Warriors 82-68. MeeTing FairmonT EasT Tor The TirsT Time, The Dragor proved Their supe-rioriTy beyond doubT. Maxwell an McCormick again carried The bull: oT The scoring loa as They drilled The Falcon deTense Tor 47 poinTs. We ouTscored FairmonT EasT 23 poinTs To one Tor a sTreTc and led 48-I8 aT inTermission. Every member oT The var siTy goT inTo The 74-46 drubbing aT U. D. Fieldhouse. "M and M" had a Tield day aT The expense o- Springfield NorTh as WesT clinched a share oT The WO TiTle. Doug Maxwell did everyThing buT lciclc a Tield go in The Dragons' sixTh consecuTive league win: he smashe a school record wiTh 39 poinTs. Tom McCormick riddle The deTense Tor 36, also eclipsing Wig Baumann's mar in l962. NineTy-Three also surpassed The regulaTion gam- Team high as The PanThers Tool: a 20-poinT Trouncing. Defensive sTandouT PeTe Thompson conTribuTes To The oTTense wiTh a iumper. I n I . 0 ' L . F Bob WiThrow's smooTh, classic layup is good Tor Two poinTs. ConTrasTing wiTh The previous nighT's Two-man cir- cus, The Colonel WhiTe game was a real Team eTTorT, wiTh seven men in The scoring column. Dave Helm pro- vided a second-halT shoT-in The-arm wiTh Tour baskeTs. WesT ouTscored The Cougars, 20-9 in The TourTh period To break open a close game and win 68-53 Tor number T-en in a row. Fairborn was really Tired up, hoping To improve a mediocre record aT FairmonT's expense. WesT spenT The enTire evening caTching up wiTh The Flyers, whose pin- poinT ouTside shooTing proved To be a dangerous weapon. FairmonT conTinued To baTTle righT To The Tinal buzzer. making a Tremendous lunge aT Fairborn in The lasT Two minuTes, buT The Dragons Tell iusT shorT To lose a 64-63 hearTbreaker which dropped The Dragons inTo a TirsT- place Tie wiTh Xenia in The WesTern Ohio League. GeTTing back on The righT Trail wiTh some help from The hapless Kiser PanThers. The WesT hoopsTers breezed To Their TiTTeenTh Triumph. Never in any Trouble. The Purple and WhiTe showed Tine Torm. McCormick and Maxwell spliT 55 poinTs abouT equally and spearheaded an assaulT ThaT beaT Kiser 78-57 and senT The FairmonT WesT Dragons inTo The DisTricT Tournamenl' wiTh a classy I5-and-3 record. Max collects 39 Doug Maxwell makes iT look easy as he sTreTches To drop in a buckeT Everyone Teels Tension as bench and crowd are alerT To acTion on The Tloor. Proving fhaf any feam can beal' any ofher 'ream on a given nighf. fhe Wilbur Wrighf Pilofs. a former Dragon vicfim, prompfly derailed Wesf's disfricf fifle hopes in firsl'-round play. Falling behind affer 'raking an eighf-poinf lead in fhe firsf guarfer, fhe Dragons sfruggled fo lc-eep pace as various individuals sfrove fo hold fhe feam fogefher. Dave Rufh had his besf scoring nighf and lcepf Fair- monf in fhe game singlehandedly when, in fhe middle of fhe second half, he mafched baslcefs evenly wifh fhe Pilofs for several minufes. . Lafer. All-W. O. L. selecfions Pefe Thompson and Doug Maxwell came baclc affer being briefly benched fo spark fhe Dragons and fie fhe game af 62-all, buf Wesf ran ouf of gas and finally swallowed a biffer 72-67 defeal, accepfing a disappoinfing end fo a grand sea- son. Dave Rufh blazes pasl' a Wayne forward Grim finale does n ilif:Ei'7Q-ST LsEU355lTs6 1li , ' f - Qiiflflrs '41 -5NEI1,.4.iiu59'!Wf"5 fo score. , , ol clim brilliant season Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonl' Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonl' Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Fairmonf Wesf ..,..,.. 75 Wesf W esf Wesf ....,... 49 Wresf ........ 78 Wesf Wesf ...... .56 Wesf ..,...,. 89 Wesl' ......,. 68 Wesf ........ 7 I Wesf ......., 62 Wesf Wesf ........ W-esf .,...... Wesl' .,...... Wesl' ,....... Wesf ........ Wesf ........ Wesf ,.,..... .s.,....73 RECORD Lima ....,.,............. Wilbur Wrighf .... Belmonf .,,..ss.,.,,.... Chaminade .....ssY.. Oxford-Talawanda Hamilfon Garfield Wilmingfon ......... Oa lcwood .,s,.,, .. Xenia ..............,.... Beavercreek ....,,... Sfebbins ..........,.... Springfield Soufh Wayne ................. Fairmonf Easf .....,. Springfield Norfh . Colonel Whife ..... Fairborn ............... Kiser ............,........ Wilbur Wrighf ..... Wearing glasses fo increase his shoofing accuracy, Tom McCormick averages more fhan fwenfy poinfs per league game fo earn a spol' on fhe Wesfern Ohio all-sfar squad. Kneeling: Jim Bowden. Brad Buvinger, Mike Smiiley, Mike Howard, Jon Ramaley, Mike Malone Harvey Wagner Bob Cowdrey Fred Lageman Coach Anlcney, Burr Slorrs, Gary Lydic, Dave Dieferle. Sianding: Gary Burns. Jay John Forbeclc. Noi' P 4ured Greg Snyder Gary Leach Reserves break even, end Xenia win streak Fairmoni Fairmoni Fairmonl' Fairmonl Fairmoni Fairmoni Fairmonf Fairmonl' Fairmonf Fairmoni' Fairmoni Fairmoni Fairmoni Fairmonr Fairmonf Fairmoni Wes'r ...,.... Wes'r ......., Wesi ........ Wesi .....,.. 38 Wes? Wesi Wesl' Wesl' ........ 50 Wes'r ........ Wesi' ........ 50 Wesi Wesi ....,... 40 Wesl' Wesl ......., 52 Wesi .,...... 63 Wesl' ........ 70 ........65 ...,....7I .......,52 ........77 RECORD Lima .,................... Wilbur Wrighi .... Belmoni ..,,.......,.,. Chaminade .......... Oxford-Talawanda Hamilion Garfield Xenia . .................. Beavercreek .,... ..., Siebblns ............... Springfield Souih Wayne ..,.............. Fairmoni Easi ..... Springfield Norih Colonel While .... Fairborn ............... Kiser ................ . Greg Snyder drives resolufely. Fred Lageman gels rwo under 'ihe baslcei Front Row: Tom Haughtg Ben Ramaley: Gary Mitchell: Larry Dietz, co-captainq Bates, Don l-lockett, Jim Todd. Row 3: Ken Kritzer, Dan Shatzer, Dave Dybvig, Bob Odom, co-captain: George Esposito: Keith Sandy, Tom Sharritt. Row 2: Dale Miller, Phil Baker, Dave Kothman, Coach Terry Mallett. Row 4: Mike Larry Beam, Tom Baker, Pat Combs, Mark Shoemacher, Mike Coleman, Ron Gantz, Roger Parks, John Blakeman,Jim Barnes. Wrestlers nail 7-1 record with lst in West , Led by some ot the Dayton area's top wrestlers, Fairmont West compiled one ot its most outstanding records. Third in the Beavercreek invitational was an improvement over last year as Bob Odom ll2Ol, and Tom Haught ll 54l d-etended their titles, and Larry Dietz added a tirst tor Fairmont in the I45 pound division to give West as many individual champions as the tirst place Beavers. Boasting eight teams and eleven undeteated indi- viduals, the Fairmont West Invitational was one ot' the top area meets. With a time team showing fall boys tinished tourth or betterl, the "Purple Raiders" out- pointed Roosevelt, the only team to beat West in a dual meet, and Beavercreek, eventual W.O.L. champ. George Esposito lI33t, Dietz, and l-laught took their weight divisions to pave the way tor West's second win ot her own invitational. Four individual winners copped second place in the league: Dietz and Haught .ended regular season compe- tition unbeaten as W,O.L. l45 and l54 kings, while Bob Odom and Jim Todd lI65l also topped their classes. Winning an overtime decision, Bob Odom took the l2O-pound championship as West placed third in the district. Dietz, Haught, Todd, and Tom Sharritt H751 chipped in with second-place showings. , Roosevelt's wrestler is caught by well-taught Tom l-taught. RECORD Fairmonl Wesl' A,.,.,,. 33 Graham Local ............ IO Fairmonl' Wes? ,,.,.... 30 Meadowlake . ,AA. .... I 3 Fairmonf Wesr .,,,.,, 22 Norfhmonlr ..... .... I 9 Fairmonf Wes'r .....,w, I9 Rooseveli ....... .... 2 O FairmonI Wes'I' .....,.. I8 Richmond ..,.........,...,. I7 Fairmonl' Wesi 77A7.... 23 Fairmonr Easl ....,..... I4 Fairmonlr Wesi ..w,.2,. 20 Xenia .,w2......... ..., I 9 Fairmom' Wes'r .,,....V 22 BeImonI' ...,2. ...2 I 4 Beavercreek lnvi+a+ionaI ...w..,........... ..w... 3 rd Fairmonl' Wes+ Invi'ra'rionaI ..,4. lsr Weslern Ohio League .Y.,..w2 ..,... 2 nd Disfricl' .iA...,,2.,,..,...,........... ..,... 3 rd Cauliously alerl, Jim Todd looks lor a chance 'ro geI Iwo poin+s. Invitational, 2nd in league Walling fensely for lhe releree's signal, Tom Sharrilf is ready for acfion. Wesl's undefeafed l45-pounder, Larry Die+z. sneaks a lool: a+ The clock as he piles up riding Time. Mike Miller clismounfs from fha parallel bars. Coniinuing in The fine iradiiion which has given ihe Dragons +he siaie championship in gyrnnasiics for 'rwo consecuiive years. Coach Don Perry's men raiil-ed off nine siraighi dual-meel viciories before being barely upsel' by Fairview. New 'rhis year, Jrhe Fairmoni lnvi'l'a- Honal. was anoiher highlighi of ihe season: if was held ai Eas+ and will al'rerna're beiween Ke'r+ering's Two Fair- monis in ihe fuiure. Sporfing +en real powers from Ohio and ouiside +he siaie, lhis meei could develop info one of ihe biggesi in +he Midwest Mike Brandenburg 'rallied l5.5 poinls and look sec- ond in all-around compeiiiion io spark 'rhe Dragons io second-place honors in Jrhe Wesiern Ohio League. Fair- moni Easi won eighi of nine evenis 'ro grab ihe cham- pionship, buf George Anglemyer's "firsl"' on 'rhe side horse, coupled wiih solid efforis by Joe Del-laven l2nd- high barl, Fred Rowland l2nd-irampoline: 3rd-+um- blingl, Bill Bradford l3rd-Jrrampolinel. and Mike Miller f2nd-parallel barsl kepi Wesl' in conieniion while 'rhe resf of ihe league fell lar asiern. Ending The season in fine slyle. ihe gymnasis ranked elevenih in s+a're compeiiiion. Defending his siaie crown, George Anglemyer was Fairmoni Wes+'s only medalisf as he 'rurned in a second-place showing. ysrr i nu, ""s 0 0 0 0 Gymnasfs wm first nme In .srg i s r . y r l F , I1 ,,V g A V ' rr 2 .i's, if ,gr F s H g',g gg.f g-:5s V , s-ib1' g 'F i Jack Fosfer works on an , L-cross on fhe sfill rings. Varsafile Mike Brandenburg, a consisienfly high scorer, runs 'rhrough a free-ex roufine. i K l l Fronf Row: Dave Brill: Alan Shinn: Eric Wrighi: Chuck Edwards: Jeff Schuer holz: Bill Rike: Ron Fisher: Terry Breckenridge: Mike Brandenburg, co-caplain Don Mazak: Dennis Mullins. Row 2: Cal Frirzsche: Brian Finegold, Tom Davis, Tom Kohl, Dave Sachleben, Bill Cruise, Nick Davis, Jack Fosier, Doug Trigg. Mike Sfeuerl, John Hall, Dave Slevens. Row 3: Bob Harding: Todd Jackson . route to fine season RECORD Fairmoni Wes? .,,w 99 Springfield Norih ,... 27 Fairrnonl' Wesi .... 73 Wayne ,,,,.,....,..,,,,,,,,i 58 Fairmonl' Wesr ..,. 82lf2 Belmonl .........,, ,,.., 4 5lf2 Fairmonr Wesi' .,,. 56'f2 Fairmonr Easf .....,ua.... 79 Cuyahoga Falls ,...,... 40lf2 Fairmonr Wesi .... 93lf2 Xenia .u...,........,......... 29lf2 Fairmonf Wesi ..,. 72lf2 Hamilion Garfield ..,. 55lf2 Fairmonr Wesi .,,. 68lf2 Beavercreek .,....,,.,,. 59lf2 Fairmonr Wesli, ,67 Meadowdale ....,....,., 6l Fairmonl' Wes? ,,,, 77lf2 Springfield Norih .... 49lf2 Fairmonr Wesi .,,. 78lf2 Slebbins ....e,....,o,....,,. 49lf2 Fairmonr Wesi .,,. 62'f2 Fairview ..,.,... ...... 6 5112 Fairmonl Wesi .... 60 Parkersburg . ..... ,.... 6 8 Tail lnviiaiional Y, ,,v... ......,...,......,,,..... ....,. 7 T h Fairmonf lnviiaiional .,,YY ,,a,.. ..... 4 Jr h Wesfern Ohio League .,,. ..,.. 2 nd Siale Meer , Y, ,. I Iih Defending siaie champ, co-caprain George Anglemyer shows his form on The side horse. George Anglemyer, co-caplain: George Taylor: Doug Keisfer: Joe Del-laven: Mike Miller: Gene Gilberl: Fred Rowland: Bill Bradford: Mike Welch: Jim Cook: John Gardner: Coach Don Perry. Noi picfured: Sieve Alexander, Phil Haynie, Tom Walker. Seniors check score sheet for strikes and spares. Intramurals promote keen competition Juniors: Diana Bass. Linda Reese, Barb Linton, and Pam Clark. show the skill they used in winning the girls' softball intramurals. Seniors and luniors meei in fighf compeTiTion for The inTramural hockey championship. l . CI nd sportsmen nsh l p For Those whose skill or limiTed Time pre- venTs playing on inTerscholasTic Teams, inTra- murals provide The chance To parTicipaTe in Their TavoriTe sporTs. Girls' inTramurals are open To all who are members oT GAA. SporTs included are Tennis, soTTball, hockey, volleyball, Table Tennis, bad- rninTon, baslceTball, Tencing, and bowling. Girls compeTe Tor poinTs which earn Them leTTers, pins, and Trophies. No resTricTions are placed on boys who wanT To compe-Te in inTramurals. They can choose Trom such sporTs as TooTball, bowling, wresTling. Tennis, soTTball, basl4eTball, and Track. New sporTs added This year Tor The boys are Tall golf and archery. lnTrarnurals prornoTe Tearn eTTorT and a spiriT of compeTiTion. Judy Jordan swings a swiTT swaT To make a sure shoT Running To gain conTrol of The ball, Jean Van Harlingen prepares Tor a hard drive. Skill. deTerminaTion, and hard work combine To give The I964 varsity hockey Team a winning season. Team members opened in a Tie game wiTh Lebanon. DragoneTTes IosT a hard-ToughT baTTle To CenTerville buT gained vicTory over Madison and Wayne. ln Their TirsT game wiTh neighboring Fair- monT EasT, WesT's Team.drove To a Tied score. Jeffer- son was Torced To bow To The girls of FairmonT WesT and The WesT CarollTon game was added To The lisT of vicTories. Final meeTing oT The season was held wiTh Oakwood, TradiTional rivals oT The Dragon- eTTes. BoTh Teams baTTled To a Tie and WesT com- pleTed iTs season on a vicTorious noTe. Reserve Team members ToughT Their way To a season record of Tive wins and Three losses. New Tor The Team This year were The purple Tunics which They wore Tor each game. Dragoneffes drive for Cl winning season l RESEFTVE-Froni' Row: Leslie Neff. Sue Wogaman, Linda Zaremski. Marfy Jean Marshall, Michele Norris.'Susan Ferguson, Mona Kincaid. Mary Ann HuTchinson, Ann SulTzbach, Sandy Finley, Debbie WrighT, Sue Dickenson. Kowaski, Coach Sarah Erbaugh. Row 2: Jan Andrews, Cindy Heckaman. KaThy SchardT, Carol Huddlesfon, ARSITY-Froni Row: Sue Kohl. Jean Van Harlingen, Carol James, Bev Long- Donna Coffey, Debby Hill, Sandy Harding, Coach Sarah trbaugh Nof pic an, Marfha Apple, Gerry Van Over, Rifa Coleman. Sue Campbell. Row 2: lured: Sandy Taylor. ue Marfin, Barb Groff, Sally Liflle, Ann Sforrs, Terry Roberlson. Sharon Byrd, ith Cl 4-1-3 record SEASON RECORD Fairmonl' Wesf ..,,,..,,.....,. l Lebanon .,,.... ..... l Fairmonf Wesf .,,............. 0 Cenferville ...... ,..... 2 Fairmonf Wesf ....,.....,..... 2 Madison ....... ...,.. I Fairmonf Wesl' ......,... ..... 4 Wayne ...,........ ...,.. O Fairmonf Wesf ...........,.... I Fairmonf Easf ,... ...... l Fairmonf Wesf .........,...... 5 Jefferson ........... ..... 3 Farrmonf Wesf o....,.w,.o...,. 5 Wesf Carollfon .... .,..,. O Fairmonf Wesf ................ 2 Oakwood ........ ...... 2 ry Van Over sfrefches fo refrieve fhe ball as fearn members wail. Goalie Bev Longman rushes 'ro prevenf an opponenf's goal RESERVE-Fronf Row: Debbie Ryder, Lynn Girfon, Kafhi Adams. Kafhy Malone, Karen Moore, Cafhy Snyder, Jane Horsfman, Pam Rogero, Michele l-lulfon, Row 2: Bonnie Torley, Diana Bass, Coach Morifz. Nofipicfured: Pam Coffer. ' ' ' I b II Spikes and serves set up gurls vol ey a I Managers, Jane Biddle and Ramonde Nicely, wifh feam mascof, mainfain records for each game. F l Fairmonf Wesf girl's volleyball fea finished a successful season wifh a recor of six wins and fwo losses. Opening wifh ' loss fo Troy, fhe girls worked hard fo sfrengfh en fhe feam and clefeaf fheir nexf four op ponenfs-Miamisburg. Wayne, Lebanon, an fhe neighboring Oakwood Jills. The Dragon effes suffered a hard loss fo Fairmonf Eas buf came back fo win fheir nexf game agains Trofwood Madison. Wesf's meefing wif 'rough Cenferville complefed fhe season wif a vicfory. Reserve feam members finished fheir season wifh seven wins and one loss. Mis Morifz, fhe coach for bofh reserve and var sify feams, expressed high hopes for fhe as fhe nexf varsify feam. VARSITY-Fron? Row: Karan Gadclis, Judy S?au?- ley, Nancy Ridd, Coach Joanna Mor1?z No? plc zenbaclu, Dale Caudlll, Mariie Pa??erson. Row 2: Line ?urecl: Bobbi Probsf. da Kleinlwans, Crys Oa?es, Barb Pa?rlck, Karen Kel- feclm for victory v Falrmon? Wes? .................. Fairmon? Wes?a ...,.,,,,w ..,, a Falrmon? Wes? ...V...,.. ,.,.... Fairmon? Wes? ...,A.....,.w..... 2 Falrmon? Wes? Falrmon? Wes? Fairmon? Wes? ...........,...... 2 Fanrmon? Wes? ....,v..........ww 2 RECGRD Troy ,...,..,...... Mlamlsburg .... ....,.., Wayne ...,.,.. Oakwood ,... Lebanon ......... ........ Fairmon? Eas? Madison ...... Cenlerville ., Ka?l1i l-lors?rnan s?re?cl1es?o?lp?l1e ball over ?l'1e ne? RESERVE-Fron+ Row: Jaci Jones: Diane CarTerg Janef Royerg Sally Jones: MarTha Apple, JaneT GranT, Peggy Common, Carol Huddlesron Ann Sulizbachp Coach. Carol Forman. Row 2: MarTy HuTchinson, Sue Moore, Hoopsfers achieve high aim as basketball DragoneTTe wins a Tip-off Tor WesT. Teamwork is The key word To The success OT a win- ning Team. Fairmom' WesT's baske+balI Team had ThaT cooperaTion and The drive To esTablish an ouTsTanding record. Miss Forman, The girls' coach, insTilled in Them a sTrong 'deTerminaTion To win. The success of The Team was due To The Tremendous eTTorTs They puT TorTh To be "TighT" deTensively, and To Their abiliTy To be a "Team". They overcame The main problems OT ball handling and lack oi consisTenT shooTers wiTh sTeady improvement , The season began wiTh vicTories over NorThriclge, CenTerville. Lebanon. and Wayne. The games sTeadily incr-eased in diTTiculTy and play improved wiTh each game. The Miamisburg game was The besT, conTinuing The vicTorious ways oT The DragoneTTes. JeTTerson also was deTeaTed by WesT. High poinTs oT The season were The games againsT FairmonT EasT and Oakwood, wiTh Team eTTorT in ThaT game surpassing all oThers. Reserves Tollowed The winning paTh blazed by The varsiTy Team. Coach Forman and Team relax during a pre-game pep Talk Falrmonl' Wesi Fairmonl Wesr r Fairmoni Wesl' Falrmonl' Wesi Fairmonl Wes? Fairmoni Wesr Fairmonl' Wesi Fairmonl Wesi ........ RECORD Norrhriclge . . . .. . Cenferville . . Lebanon . . Wayne ..... . . . Miamisburg .. . . . . Jefferson ..... Fairmoni Easl' Oakwood . . . . . . finds its winning mark l Fas? acllon lypifies Wesi's drive for vicfory VARSITY--Fronf Row: Tish Moeller: Gerry Van Over: Nancy Silas: Jacky Brownell: Bev Longman: Coach, Carol Forman Row 2 Carolyn Tippy, Ann Srorrs, Sharon Byrd, Barb Lules, Sally Lillle, Jean Van Harlingen, Sue Kohl. Sharon Moore is up in the air over gymnastics. RECORD Fairmont West ........ 44 Springfield North ...... 35 Fairmont West ...,.... 44 Wayne ...,.........,....w.., I9 Fairmont West .....,.. 52 Beavercreelc ...., ...... 2 8 Fairmont West .....,.. 45 Belmont .....,.......,..,... 35 Fairmont West ..,..... 29 Meadowlake ............ 40 Fairmont West ........ 4I Springfield North ...... 39 Fairmont West ........ 52 Stebbins .................... 28 Fairmont West ........ 43 Fairview ........4,ie,,, ,..,, 3 7 Taft Invitational ......w.....,.,...i.,..,.,,..i,...,.,.,. 7th place Girl gymnclsts complement athletics with Barb Bartley maintains balance in free exercise routine. -5ally Shanklin executes a handstand on the balance beam 80 GYMNASTS: Lois Blair, Sharon Moore, Bev Fosler, Peggy Smith, Charlene Ellis, Sue Sirobino. Brenda Krull, Debby Humphreys. Noi' piclured: Shelley Carnrighl' Barb Barlley, Nancy Urban, Sally Shanlclin, Joanne Fisher, Becky Leeson, b! I glamour and a lllfy Girls' gymnasiics began al' Fairmonl Wesl four years ago, origina'ring wilh inlramurals. Under- lhe di- rec+ion of Coach Don Perry, fhe girls, began compeli- 1'ion lhree years ago. Wes+'s Team placed sevenih in The Tall lnvilalional, compeling againsf reams from four slales. Evenls in which girls parlicipaie are: free exercise, balance beam, Tumbling, lrampoline, and sid-ehorse vaul'r- ing. All are olympic evenls excepl rumbling and Jrrampo- line. Six girls compele in each evenl. Scoring ranges from six poinls for firsr place, four poinls 'For second place. conseculively down 'ro fiflh place. Thus, one girls receives no poinls. High scorers for Wesi are Nancy Urban wi'rh IO7 poinrs in seven meeis and Barb Barlley wilh 70 poinls in six meels. N a l ncy Urban performs a handsfand on 'Phe side horse Organizafions on campus offer a wealih of experience in leadership and cooperefion. Members snare inieresfs 'mai may vary from cooking To polifics and purposes Thai may be a fufure career, service, culfivarion of a hobby, or iusi having fun. By belonging +o a group, a siudenf may confribuie bis besi efforis, Hwus becoming a vi+al parf of life ar Wesf. Student council otticers: Jitl lrvin, Secretary: Tom Bohardt, President: Jim Serianni, Vice President: and Pete Thompson, Treasurer give caretul consideration to possible proiects. Fl'0h'i' ROW! Lynn GiriOr1, Laurie Irvin, Nancie Fi5l1SI'. Debbie Collins. ROW 22 Ronnie Zaremgiqil Bob Vietsl Marc Sqhoemakjherl Mike Miller, Jim Serianm Jill lrvin, Molly Rubin. Cheryl Finke. Carol Harlow, Charlotte Heitman, Carolyn David Dieterle, Dave Kissell. Clifford, Trina Brander, Tom Bohardt. Craig French. Row 3: Marvin Hill, Student Council motivates Alma Mater' Mr. Louis Zaremslci, Student Council sponsor, and students Karen Kline and Judy l-lorstman, examine council bulletin board tor news on Fairmont West's alumni. Fairmont West's student council has burst the bonds that had tormerly restricted its intluence to Fairmont West. It has aided in the establishment ot an interscho- lastic student council tor the members ot the Western Ohio League, W.O.L.'s council serves as a torum tor the exchange ot ideas to improve our individual schools and student councils. By tar the most outstanding achievement ot Fair- mont West's Student Council is the sponsoring ot an alma mater contest. Fairmont West's sportsmanship creed is completed and publicized in the hope that the school's outstanding reputation tor good sportsmanship will be maintained. Another opportunity 'provided at Fairmont West is the availability ot purple and white blazers with the school's insignia. Carrying out the traditional activities ot the Stu- dent Council has also been well done this year. Froni' Row: Jill Irvin, Amy WrighT, Sylvia Kniess. Jennifer Ely. KaThy Conly, Alice RoberTson, PeTe Thompson, Bob Odom. Judy FenTon, Sue Kohl. Row 2: Sue Menchen, Sandy l-'liTTe, Elaine Yoe, Julie Braden, Sarah Wagner, Barb Lynch, Barbara GroTT, Lynne Lovering, Trina Brander, Sandy Harding, Janis Toll. Row 3: Gail Anderson, Terry RoberTson, PaT ForsThoTT. Torch and KeysTone officers: Doug Roof, Vice Presidenh Polly Price, Treasurer: Karen Moore, SecreTary1 and Glenn Ekey, Presi- denT: discuss plans for The combined meeTing of The FairmonT Easl' and WesT honor sociefies. Jim Shepard, Donna Ecfon, Glenn Ekey. Karl Medcalf. Doug Roof, Diana Kroemer, Karen Moore, Polly Price. Row 4: Sharon Byrd, Larry Diefz, Tom McCormick, Dale STemple, Emerson Horner, Joe STeuerT, Jim Serianni. Dave Wise. Linda Auwers. BeTTy Ann Hoener, Carol Meeks. AcTiviTies oT Torch and KeysTone were highlighTed by a combined me-eTing oT The honor socieTies of Fair- monT EasT and FairmonT WesT. Purpose of The meeTing was To build and sTrengThen good rapporT beTween The Two sTudenT bodies. Over one-hundred-TiTTy members con- vened To exchange ideas concerning The acTiviTies and evenTs of The I964-l'-765 school season. Seniors ranking in The upper 2577 of The graduaTing class were Tapped, bringing The ToTal membership To 87. Formal iniTiaTion was held in December, speeches were given by The oTTicers and advisers. Goals of The honor socieTy and The responsibiliTies oT iTs members were ex- plained in These speeches. ChrisTmas season was celebraTed by The annual din- ner, hosTed This year by The EasT uniT members. EnTer- TainmenT consisTed of ChrisTmas carols and TicTiTious leT- Ters wriTTen To SanTa Claus by members of The adminis- TraTion. Members enlighTened The ChrisTmas season by bringing giTTs Tor The children aT Shawen Acres Children's Home. May is a busy monTh Tor senior members wiTh The inducTion of i965-I966 members and The spring picnic. Mr. Paul Wagner is adviser Tor Torch and KeysTone. Torch and Keystone -scholarship and service FronT Row: MargareT Scharrer, Beverly Longman, Joane Kinzig, Karen Gaddis, Andrea Pease, Sue Habel, Mike Lackey, AniTa WhiTeman, Judy Jordan. Row 2: Judy HorsT- man, Joyce Dicke, Sally LiTTle, Diane Lucas, Sharon Cook. Dave Brown, Reed Dills, Jim l-lall, Jerry STimmel. Row 3: Barbara STephenson, PaT Aszling, Greg Alspach, Bob Mc- MurTrey, Jeff Merrill, Phil Brown, Tom Jackson, Frank Urban, Elmer Yochum. Row 4: Linda Williams, Sherrie Dinsmore. Greg Papp, Tom SharriTT, Ben Ramaley, PeTe Fowler, Jack l-larding. l Jim Serianni, Presidenfg Tony Cramer, Vice Presidenf: Joe Del-laven, Treasurer: and Molly Rubin, Secrefa FYI discuss plans for fhe frip fo Washingfon and New York in April. i Froni Row: Leslee Ruff, Sandy Smifh, Dee Hud- son, Linda Melin, Loraine Gumper, Gloria Morningsfar, Sherrell Henderson. Row 2: Jan Schmalenberger, Susan Dooley, Michael Wells, Denny Herron, Janef Hill, Judy Jordan, Dave Breisch. Row 3: Karen Fifzwafer, Donald Greene, Karen Rifchie, Bob Reiner, Greg Alspach, 'Bill Sfeinhagen, Doug Monschke, Chuck Bomb, Mrs. Dorofhy Milby, adviser. Row 4: Kay Deebel, Jane Halderman, Nancy Porfer, Donna Wenrick, i 3 Karen Esselman, Don Smifh, Kaye Arnold, Bill Rike, Tom Zipf, Mike Murfaugh. Row 5: Karen Reed, Dale Hayes, Sfeve McCafferi'y, Mifch Jameson, Jim Lynn, Joe DeHaven, Jim Barfleff, Sandy Harding, Richard Bishop, George Schier- ling, Ron Bossi. Row 6: Donna Ecfon, John Fouke, Dick Wiffman, Phil Brown, Gary Dels- camp, Bob Grimshaw, George Nassif, Tom Nehez, Joe Sfeuerf, Craig Caywood, Sfeve Nelson. Junior Council on World Affairs is devofed fo widening 'rhe individual member's scope of inferesf, giv- ing him a beffer undersfanding of evenfs fhaf shape hisfory. Much of J.C.O.W.A.'s consfrucfive acfivifies are carried on by commiffees, which plan such proiecfs as U.N. week speeches in social sfudies classes, a hoofen- anny 'ro raise money for UNICEF, and a mock nafional elecfion, in co-operafion wifh fhe Polifical Sci-ence Club. Local chapfer also parficipafed in fhe High School lnsfifufe and Mock General Assembly, sponsored by fhe Dayfon Council on World Affairs. New on fhe lisf of acfivifies is a radio program on WAVI, sponsored by fhe Eairmonf Wesf J.C.O.W.A. in co-op-erafion wifh Junior Achievemenf. Purpose is fo give lisfeners opporfunify'fo hear reporfs on fopics noi' likely found in ofher news media, such as "polycenfrism" lfhe depolarizafion of fhe Sovief empirej. Year's evenfs are climaxed by a sfudy four fo Washingfon and New York fo gef behind fhe scenes' informafion on The sfudy fopic, "Lafin America." Sociologists promote Pon-American Progrom Froni' Row: Candy Gray, Mariorie Pafferson, Lynn McCurdy, Linda Hoskef, ,Nancy Balis, Pamela Liffle, Sue Maeder, Mary Ann Kowaski. Sue Moore. Mary Green, Kafhy Dixon. Row 2: Marcia Rickard, Mary Ann Baker, Jerry Sfimmel, Linda Williams, Margie While, Jane Van Harlingen, Linda Fox, Donna Coffey, Sandy Finley, Linda Wafson, Rickie Gaffney, Charla Graham. Row 3: Gail Anderson, Dave Wise, Jim Hall. Denny Reed, Carol James, Nancy Gilberf. Barbara Essen- preis, Kafhy Day, Diane Dolfman, Nancy Brumfiel. Row 4: Mrs. Efhelyn McMillan, adviser, Emerson Horner, Marilyn Madden. Tony Cramer, Nancy McCabe, Susan Reinicke, Anne Parker, Debbie Collins, Dianne Gainok. Row 5: Sue Habel, Dave Brown, Jack Harding, Karen Moore, Rufh Ann Young, Sue Kohl, Sue Marfin, Lynne Lovering, Sarah Wag- ner. Andrea Pease, Pam Paddock. Row 6: Jean Ridenour, Jill Irvin, Vicki Colvin, Karen Sfahr, Linda Auwers, Paf Aszling, Arf Herfz, Richard Wilson. FronT Row: Emerson Horner, Jerry STim mel, Jack Wood. Sam Wegh. Row 2" Chuck Higgins, Judy Jordan, Greg Al spach, Mike Lackey. Row 3: MarTin l-lol singer, Michael Wells, John Corban. Vicki Colvin. Row 4: Linda Auwers. Ed Heller, 6ary4DeIscamp. Row 5: Dave Wise, Ty Miller, David Burns. Row 6: Donna EcTon, ArT l'lerTz, Phil Brown. PoliTical Science Club is The ouTgrowTh oT an inTer- esT in governmenT. Topics discussed range Trom civil governmenT in KeTTering To reapporTionmenT oT sTaTe legislaTures. BeneTiTs ol club membership include The chance To hear disTinguisl1ed poliTical leaders and experTs, and To quesTion Them on The aspecTs oT running Tor public oT- Tice. sTeering a governmenT, and oTher poliTical subiecTs. Being non-parTisan. The club's membership repre- senTs all phases oT poliTical philosophy. which provide Tor lively discussions. Adviser is Mr. Ben Ankney. Political Science spurs Interest In clvlcs Officers Judy Jordan and David Burns locaTe crucial Trouble spoTs in The cold war Froni' Row: Linda Pride, Rulh Ann Young, Anila Youngman, Befh Nolan, Bev Riner, Connie Bregger, Nanci Dunn, Leslie Ruff, Jaci Jones, Linda Waison, Karen Childress, Si Adam, Tonya Sizelove. Row 2: Linda Kleinhans, Judy Siaulienbach, Marlha Wolfe, Jan Schmalenberger, Holly Knighi, Sue Moore, Sherrel Henderson, Riia Holcomb, Janis Toll, Eileen Criss, Dave l-lollle, Brad l l i i l 1 l Ridenour. Row 3: Janef Brandt Bill Goessling, Dan Rausch, Linda Royer. Connie Loop, Janei' Jordan, John Eouke, Elaine Yoe, Marlha Apple, Janei' Grani, Ernie Zimmer, Dan Reinicke, Milch Jameson. Row 4: Dave Wise, Bob Allen, Dave DiSalvo, Bill Risko, Dave Palmer, Gran? McDaniel, Cherry Shedden, Karen Reed, Joyce Groues, Doug Blackford, Dana Weaver, Sieve Walkins. Spanish Club offers enrichment at all levels Clark. Spanish members waich Bill Goessling break The pinaia. Spanish club officers: Bill Risko, Social Chairman, Judy Slaui- zenbach, Presidenlg and Linda Kleinhans, Secrelraryg enioy a laugh a'r 'fhe annual Chrislmas parly. lnleresling programs acquainl members of Spanish club wirh 'rhe cullure, language, and people ol: 'rhe Span- ish-speaking counlries. Meerings are supplemenled by movies, lravel slides and speakers. All of ihese give a beiler insighl info 'rhe life our Spanish speaking neighbors live. Enrichmenl a+ all levels is lhe main obieclive of Jrhe club. l-lighlighiing rhe year's acriviries is The rradilrional Chrisrmas parfy, complefe wilh pinala which is broken for 'rhe small prizes inside. Facully adviser is Mrs. Sandra Front Row: Sharon Hanauer, Rebecca Tyler, Patty Paton. Dianne Dickerson, Andrea Pease, Connie Locke, Patty Kirk, Barb Law, Loraine Gumper, Gloria Morningstar, Laurie lrvin, Nancy Silas. Row 2: Judith Lewber, Andrea Butler, Linda Fox, Sue Nordquest, Chris Machle, Mary Lynne Lovingood, Ann Ross. Sue Koshotter, Barbara Horner, Beverly Foster, Sue Howard, Carolyn Clittord. Row 3: Vicki Colvin, Melissa Perry, Cathy Snyder, Jenni Hetzel, Cindy Sikes, Linda Zaremski, Debby Humphreys, Delayne Malmstrom, Janet Jordan, Pam flamilton, Bob McMurtrey, Sherry Hall. Row 4: Cheryl Lee, Tom Ventura, Arnold Lohmann, Jim Steuert, Rick Hipple, Sam Leathley, Paul Gruner, John Adams, Susan Reinicke, Rita Coleman, Barbara Grott, Gail Anderson. Row 5: Pamela McCarthy, Nancy Porter, Pamela Rupp, Marjorie Bushman, Tish Moeller, Sandy Finley, Karen Ritchie, Linda Melin, Barbara lams, Bob Rupel, Bob Meuche, Gary Miller, Ken Downey, Karen Kalbtleisch. Row 6: Sue Ferguson, Kittie Wilson, Debbie Wright, Cindy Rawers, Mark Sinkhorn, Nancy Balis, Jane Halderman, Paula Clingman, Linda Howe, Sue Wogaman, Jean Marshall. French Club generates enthusiasm in foreign culture i ' Fairmont West's French' Club, perennially one ot the largest clubs, stimulates a tresh interest in the French language and culture. ' , One ot the main reasons tor the new interest was the group ot sixty students who studied and lived six weeks in Leysin, Switzerland, this summer. Students bene- tited trom their experiences, and their enthusiasm has generated visions ot continental living tor other students. Beautiful color slides at one ot the meetings illustrated an interesting talk made by a tew travelers. Native speakers strained students' ability to under- stand spoken French by telling ot lite across the ocean. i"A Song to Remember," a movie about the lite ot Chopin, added a little ot the culture element. as the an- nual carnival and picnic completed a well-rounded pro- gram. Miss Mary Belle Warren is the adviser. Front Row: Carolyn Wheeler, Linda Snyder, Barb Thomas, Sally Mandelker, Sally Jones, Marty Appleton, Kathy Dixon, Marcia MacCagno, Paula' Petty, Diane Lucus, Mariorie Patterson, Lynn McCurdy, Karen Moore. Row 2: Sandy Atherton, Kathleen Conly. Sharon Cook, Harriet Drakos, Carol Hart, Kay Forsthott, Sue Downing, Pam Clark. Marcia Rickard, Nancy Ridd, Mike Steuert. Row 3: Sue Kohl, Donna Ecton, Sue Martin, Shari Midgley, Diane Doltman, Kathy Day, Marilyn Hunsaker, Kay Kisling, Suzanne Galloway, Martin French club otticers: Joane Kinzig, Vice President: Laurie Irvin, Treasurer: Anita Youngman, Secretary: and Les Ferguson, President: discuss the works ot Renoir. Holsinger, Nancy Pyper, Michele Norris. Row 4: Candy Gray, Barbara Knipp, Donna Wenrick, Pam Little, Linda Petry, Melanie Powell, Kris Sabee, Shelley Conley, Joyce Appenzeller, Jett Schuerholz, Sandra Walters, Barb Mahtouz. Row 5: Judy Fenton, Jill Irvin, Anita Youngman, Dennis Herron, Chuck Higgins, Brad Wainwright, Les Ferguson, Dale Hayes, Jim Wessling, Mark West, Shelley Carnright, Dennis Kyte. i r Fronl' row: Carol James, Karen Kelley, Nancy Davis, Sue Menchen, Pal' George Schierling, Jim Barnes. -l-Om JdCliSOf1. Marc MSYF1. Doug Walfher. Jim Forslofl, Gene Relslce, Emerson l-lorner, Greg Alspach, Gary Deliscamp. Hall. Joe Slewdil. Ben Rdmiley. TOPO Walfher. MF- l-GG Risley. facully Gd- Row 2: Jane Biddle, Jeanne Rislco, Virginia Grady, Barbara Schweilzen, Kaihy viser. Sieve Allin. Don Smilli- Medford, Kalhy Boggs, Donna Karns. Jo Ann DeBra, Myron O'Hara. Row 3: German Club finances pins through bokesole Fairmonl' Wesl Deulscher Verein lGerman Clubl is a club composed of siudenls inieresied in learning more aboul German Cullure. To exiend 'ro ils members lhe knowledge of and inieresl in Germany, Hs language, and ils people, is The purpose of lhe club. A+ The Sepiember meeling, Carolyn Smilh, a former Fairmonlonian who was an exchange sludenl' 'ro Germany, spoke aboui her year wilh a German family. Olher fall meelings were speni discussing a proiecl of lhe club 'ro finance pins by means of a Kuchenuerlcauien lbalce salel. Samples were placed in 'reachers' mailbox-es 'ro promole sales. Two highlighls of ihe German Club year are 'rhe Weinachlsfesl al Chrislmas and 'rhe Ausllug in 'rhe Spring. For 'rhe Weinachisiesl lhis year, Brigil, an ex- change sludenl from Bonn, Germany, who is allending a i local high school, spoke on C'hris'rmas in Germany. J Karen Kelly, Gene Reislce, and Emerson Horner sample German cookies. Friendly discussions are parl of German Club. Officers: Jeanne Rislco, Secrelary Jim Barnes, Treasurer: Carol James, Sol cial Chairman: and Jim Hall, Presideni enjoy planning sessions. Murdering ot Caesar, portrayed by members ot the Latin Club, gives dramatic insight To Roman history. Through skits such as These, Greek mythology and Roman culture vividly live in The minds of The members. Latin Club's success stems from The lOO'Z1 par- ticipation of its members. One requirement for member- ship is that each individual must contribute in some way To The year's activities. Get-acquainTecl games and mixers utlizing Latin words and derivatives further increase one's language ability. Slides ot ltaly Taken by members on Their recent Tour ot That country will be an innovation To The program This year. Inspiring and maintaining The interest ot The mem- bers is The result ot The ettorts ot The Two Fairmont WesT's enthusiastic 'Faculty advisers, Miss Merrilla Davis and Mr. Frank Monnin. Latin Club officers: Nancie Fisher, Vice President: Bonny Penny, Treasurer: and Karen Fitzwater, Secretary: put Their heads to- gether to concoct another exciting meeting. Latin Club skits - dramatic insight to history Front Row: Carol Del-laven, Kathi Horstman, Nancy Music, Margaret Scharrer, Janet Royer, Carol Chakrian. Peggy Poore, Chris Root, Linda Earhart. Row 2: Sharon Byrd, Nancy McCabe, Karen Fitzwater, Nancie Fisher, Bonnie Penny. Amy Criss, Chris Kline, Susie Butler, Sherri Milkereit, Linda Halder- man. Row 3: Betty Ann Hoener, Bonnie Blakeman. Barb Essen- preis, Nancy Brumtiel, Judy Stewart, Linda Williams, Mary Cross, Laurie Connell, Pat Essenpreis, Gayle Johnson, Pam Ledtord. Row 4: Tom O'Donnell, Charles Porter, Fred Banks, Jim Beebe, Tim Goodnough, Tom Pretorius, John McBain. Dave Springer, Bonnie Eitort, Peggy Common, Georgia Wil- son. Melanie Weeks. Row 5: Mike O'Rourke, Brian Finegold. Buz Brust, Ralph Pierce, Nick Wunder, Mike McCarthy, Bill Wood, Mike Denka, Dick Abernathy. Row 6: John Horten, Jim Adams, Steve Hayes, Bill Linklater, Joe Forgy, Gregory Loose, Dave Dybvig, John Kouach, Bob Usleman, Dave Braun, Steve Yost, Bob Ellis. Judy Horsiman practices her speech for Pat Forsthoii and Sandy Hard- ing, who offer encouraging remarks. I . I . E Jim Shepard, Treasurer: Dee Longo, Secretary: Jack Harding, Social Chairman: Donna EcTon, Vice President: and Glenn Ekey, President: agree membership in National Forensic League provides a realistic goal Tor everyone in The Fairmont West speech deparTmenT. Fairmont WesT's National Forensic League has been Tor many years The leading chapter in wesTern Ohio, averaging eighTy-Tive members a year. Membership, re- quires TwenTy-Tive points earned in service, speaking be- fore adulT groups and in Saturday competition. Speech Thus has iTs own SaTurday seminar. individual conTesTanTs compeTe in inTerpreTaTion-humorous, dra- matic, and oratoricalg in original oratory, requiring de- livery oT one's own composition, and extemporaneous, l demanding up-To-date coverage oi world events, poli- Tics, economics, and naTional and inTernaTional Tensions , and Trends. Advisers Tor NFL are Miss Leah Funck and Mr. Joseph Kuldau. l Speech activities cultivate future Ieaderi Front Row: Judy HorsTman, Barb Penny, Diana Kindy, Candy Gray, Dee Hudson, AniTa Youngman, Beth Nolan, Mary Ann Baker, Lucy Balonier, Sue Martin, Janie Weisman, Nancy Wilkens. Row 2: Pam Ruth, Carol James, Barb Lynch, Mary Ann Strathearn, Diane Longo, Nancy Balis, Judy Merrifield, Karen RiTchie, Kay ATha, Linda Watson, Jo Ellen Kidwell. Row 3: Jim Barnes. Diane Doliman, Pat Forsthaif, Linda Williams, Dodie Merrill, Kathy Pink- sTaTT, Jeanne Risko, Karen Moore, Sherri Vyszenski. Row 4: Jack Harding, Jim Serianni, Andrea Butler, Jan Schuerholz, Rickie Gaffney, Pat Deck, Mary Ann Kowaski, Joanne Fisher, Bill Nelson, Sandy Harding. Row 5: Robbie McGraw, Jane Biddle, Donna Wenrick, Charla Graham, Doug Hinkley, Bob McMurTrey, Linda Hedden, Bill Lamme. Row 6: Joe DeHaven, Brad Ridenour, John Hall, John Fouke, Rick Gross, Greg Conlles, Bill Wick, Jim Shepard. Drake Ambrqsino, Craig Caywood, Tony Cramer, Tom STork, and John Allen selecT useful maTerial Tor TuTure debaTes. DebaTe has Teams haunTing The library, researching on The desirabiliTy oT puTTing nuclear weapons under con- Trol oT an inTernaTional organizaTion. Headache oT The aTTirmaTive is To adequaTely an- swer These quesTions: WhaT kind oT organizaTion? How many naTions? WhaT organic sTrucTure? For whaT pur- pose-TurTher armamenT or compleTe clisarmamenT? NegaTives musT be able To show The Tlaws in The plans and The dangers oT naTional surrender oT any nuclear capabiliTy. IT is a challenging Topic Tor The young adulTs OT our naTion. DebaTers musT rise early on mosT SaTurdays To par- TicipaTe in TournamenTs held one hundred miles or more Trom KeTTering, ATTer a bumpy, back-roads ride in a school bus, debaTers musT exempliTy Treshness and poise. ATTer Three rounds oT compeTiTion, winning Teams are announced before an assembly OT all parTicipanTs. When The name FairmonT WesT is menTioned in The same s-enTence wiTh The winning Trophy, Dragon debaTers TorgeT The many inconveniences and look Torward wiTh anTicipa- Tion To a repeaT performance The Tollowing SaTurday. Phil Brown, Donna EcTon, Gary Walsh, and Jim Serianni recall The events and resulTs of a sTimulaTing debaTe Tournament Logic substantiated by evidence wins debates Front Row SharilLovelace, Sandy Grice, Sharon Byrd, Sandra Harding, Tony Arlin Graber, Gary Walsh, Richard Phillips, Tom Brewer, Dale Hayes, Dave Cramer Dick WiTTman, Tom Zipf, Mike lvlurTaugh, Ron Bossi, Bob PorTune. Breisch. Row 2 Donna EcTon, Debbie SchmidT, Bill Wood, Phil Brown, Martin Holsinger, Fronl' Row: Susan Lovingood, Susie Taylor. Margaref Scharrer, Bev Longman, Janie Weisman, Elaine Yoe, Donna Ecfon, Harrief Drakos, Leslee Ruff, Paffy Kirk, Nancy Urban, Janis Tall, Carol Denlinger, Judy Deem, Jill Bloomer. Row 2: Rosemary Horvafh, Jane Biddle, Barb Essenpreis, Sue Wogaman, Gerry Van Over, Joane Kinzig, Debbie Collins, Terry Hively, Diane Dolfman, Linda Marshall, Nancy Music, Lee Wafson, Sue Howard, Marcia MacCagno, Sandy Grice. Row 3: Sue Bufcke, Nancy Giffin, Debbie Ryder, Randi Aagesen, Sue Koshoffer, Sally Mandellcer, Jean Shorf, Gayle Johnson, Kafhy Day, Marilyn 3 l f Hunsaker, Linda Pefry, Paf Deck, Carol James, Barbara Sfephenson, George Schierling. Row 4: Cheryl Shedden, Pam Morris, Barb Lynch, Sara Wagner, Janef Hess, Jean Van Harlingen, Joanne Fisher, Debbie Gheen, Bonnie Eiforf, Judy Gardner, Sandy Harding, Linda Williams, Pam Schaffer, Dale Hamilfon. Row 5: Karen Fifzwafer, Linda Kemmer, Marilyn Madden, Sally Liffle, Debbie Hill, Rufh Ann Young, Vicki Colvin, Gail Anderson, Diane Lucus, Jo Anne Malone, Raymonde Nicely, Linda Wafson, Karen Moore, Diana Kroemer. "College Beckons"- insight fo feachin Fufure Teachers of America is one of fhe largesf pre-professional groups af Fairmonf Wesl. Speakers from fhe clifferenf academic areas of science, speech, social sfudies, language, English, ahd music give 'ralks and lead discussions on fhe requirem-enfs of reaching in fheir chosen fields. Officers and members parficipafed in a counry workshop af Wesl' Carrollfon High School in Ocfober. Represenfafives from Wesf affended lhe Sfafe Con- ference af Offerbein College. College Beckons Nighf, a ioinf proiecf wifh fhe Parenf-Teacher Associafion, was a besl in E.T.A.'s year. An lnfernafional Dinner and senior visifafion day pro- vided special opporfunifies 'ro learn. Wesf's annual Eu- fure Teachers' picnic highlighfeol fhe year's acfivifies. Miss Mary Belle Warren, Miss Shirley Bensinger, and Mr. Gary Crawford advise F.T.A. Barb Lynch and Sarah Wagner make plans for anofher inferesfing meefing. Trying an apple for fheir feacher are F.T.A. officers: Karen Presidenf: Sarah Wagner, Vice Presidenf: Elaine Yoe, Recording Eilzwafer, Hisforian: Donna Ecfon, Treasurer: Barbara Lynch, Secrefary: Jane Weisman, Corresponding Secrefary. American Field Service is a new organizaTion aT FairmonT WesT. AlThough WesT has parTicipaTed in The American Field Service Ex- change program Tor several years by having Toreign exchange sTu- denTs, many sTudenTs and Teachers TelT ThaT The sTudenT body was noT beneTiTTing To The TullesT exTenT Trom The exchange program. A.F.S. was Tormed in order To help The sTudenT body beneTiT more Trom The Toreign sTudenTs who aTTend FairmonT WesT and To sTimulaTe inTeresT and desire among sTudenTs in The exchange program. WesT's chapTer. led by Barbara Lynch and Sarah Wagner, lasT year's candidaTes Tor The A.F.S. exchange program, is composed oT sTudenTs who are inTeresTed in meeTing exchange sTudenTs and learn- ing Trom Their experiences. Carmen Noseda Trom ArgenTina and Randi Aagesen from Norway were welcomed To FairmonT WesT. One oT The highlighrs oT The A.F.S. program was A.F.S. Day, November 25. lnviTaTions were senT To The nine area A.F.S. exchange sTudenTs, who spenT a Tull day aT FairmonT WesT. Special assembly gave The sTudenT body an opporTuniTy To hear each exchange sTudenT bring greelingg from his Counh-y, Mr, Cl'1e5Ter A, Rgughl Superinfen- A.F.S, sTudenTs aTTending DayTon schools visiied FairmonT WesT. denT oT Schools, spolce on his recenT Travels in Europe. FairmonT WesT's A.F.S. chapTer had a progressive dinner, Tea- Turing many Tareign dishes. and a dance. American Field Service Day smashing success Foreign exhibiTs Turn Carmen Noseda's ThoughTs Toward home while Barbara Lynch and Sarah Wagner envisage 'faraway places. Fronl' Row: Julie Braden. Candy Gray, Andrea Pease, Laurie lrvin, Pai Giifin. BOHVUG EHOFT. Barb Tl'lOmf1S. Linda S'jYd9f- Row 35 Mr-.Paul Wagner Rogero, Barb Lynch, Judy FenTon, Joan Tanner. Row 2: Carmen Noseda. GranT McDaniel. Jim Shepard. RICli GFOSS. Bill Lemme. Dan SfTIIl'l'1. Hal l-GSPS Molly Rubin, Gail Anderson, Sarah Wagner, Pam Rogero, Barb LinTon, Nancy Jack l-leizel, Ken Nunn. PeTe Thompson, Jill lrvm. 95 Phil Brown proves his point to Red Cross spealcers' committee Jan Schuerholz, Pat Forsthotf, Tony Cramer, John Allen, Gene Retslce, Lucy Balonier, Sandy Harding, and Donna Ecton. Red Cross initiates speakers' committee Concern tor others is the keystone ot Fairmont West's Red Cross chapter. Students searching tor a chance to give a part ot themselves tor the service ot ptlfers tind in this club a means to satisty their desire to e p. Fairmont West's Red Cross otticers attended a leadership training camp this summer and as a result ot this camp session the chapter is sponsoring a Red Cross spealcer's committee. This group composed ot oratorically talented students ettectively relates to adult service clubs and student groups the organization ot thd Red Cross. l Early in the year the chapter sponsors a dance tol raise money tor a disaster chest. Before Christmas, mem-l bers ot the chapter decorate the Veterans' Administra- tion, hoping to bring a little holiday spirit where often there is only despair. ln these and in many other ways the chapter has proven itself a credit to Fairmont West.f Red Cross Club otticers: Pat Forsthott, President: Jan Schuerholz, lvllss Rachel Unch advlses Red Cross' Secretary: Marilyn Hunsalcer, Vice President: and Joyce Diclce, Treasurer ponder Red Cross information. Front Row: Jan Schuerholz, Donna Correy, Michele Hutton. Barbara Essen- l'lUf1S5lieV. Nancy Bfumilel. Beth Harifanii. Joyce DlCli9. ROSGTUGVY l'lOFV6il1, preis, Diane Doltman, Kathy Day, Jeni Ely, Carol Denlinger. Row 2: Marilyn Pai F0fSil1Oii. Judy Selberi. Nar1Cie FiSl1eI'. Patty Kirk. ibbons Tor homecoming mums rovude handworlc for Anita hitenian Lynda Lysel, Julie raden and Evelyn Lowndes. Front Row: Connie Storie, Sandy Kreis, Evelyn Lowndes, Lynda Lysell, Holli STouT, PaTTi Wright, Mrs. Funkhouser. Row 2: Anita Whiteman, Sue Menchen, Julie Braden, Margie Varrs, Susan PromoTing service and friendship are goals esTab- lished by The FairmonT WesT Y-Teen Club, a girls' or- ganizaTion aTTiliaTed wiTh The YWCA. Emphasizing service To The communiTy, This club sponsors many charitable proiecTs. Selling poTaTo chips aids Them in Tinancing These worThwhile underTal:ings. MeeTings are boTh enTerTaining and educaTional. Throughout The year They are supplemented by various Norman, Mrs. Homer. Row 3: Pam Rogero. Barb Linton, Linda Large, Susan Closey, Nancy Wilkins, Jo Ellen Kidwell, Earlene Swafford. speakers who acquainT members wiTh The program. Mums, sold aT homecoming, helped To beauhcy This long-awaiTed evenT. Perhaps one oT The mosT imporTanT happenings oT The year is The annual Y-Teen slumber parTy which aTTords a chance Tor The girls To become beTTer acquainTed. Mrs. Francis Homer and Mrs. Jean Funkhouser are The advisers. Y teens beautify homecoming with "mum"proiect FronT Row: Terry Fraze, Bob Crumrine, Gary Webb, Bili WrighT, Tom Farr. Row 2: Greg Jollay, KeiTh Sandy. Ron Gabbard, Larry Beam, Doug Schaeublin, Ron BaTes, Gary MiTchell, Les Murray, George Argue, Dick AbernaThy, Bob Odom. ,Row 3: Jack YosT, Tim MoncrieT, STeve l-lawn, Torn Brown, Jim Wenz, Larry DieTz, Dick NordquesT, John WiTh The main obiecTive being service To The com- muniTy combined wiTh Tun and fellowship, Alpha Phi mainTains iTs posiTion as The largesT group aT FairmonT WesT aTTiliaTed wiTh The Y.M.C.A. AT Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas. Alpha Phi brighTens The life oT a needy Tamily by disTribuTing baskeTs oT Tood To Them. Alpha also parTicipaTes in collecTing Tor Muscular DysTrophy and in YouTh in Gov.ernmenT Day. Leisure Time Tinds The club enjoying picnics, parTies. and dances wiTh Mr. Donald McClain as iTs adviser. TheriaulT, Tom Auerhammer, Brad Buvinger, Bob Machael. Row 4: Greg Allred, Greg CongleTon, Dick Brown, Mike EckharT, Jack FiTzpaTrick, Ty Miller, Doug Heller, Marc Shoemacher. Row 5: Jack Richardson, Ralph Walters. Tim WiTTeborg, ScoTT Rueckel. Dave RuTh, Bob Burrows, Rod Rogers. Bob Crumrine, SergeanT-aT-arms: Gary Webb, Chaplain: Bill Wright SecreTary: Tom Farr, Vice PresidenT7 provide direcTion Tor Alpha Phi-Hi-Y ThroughouT The year Alpha Phi boasts largest Hi-Y membership. Barbara Schellhase reigns as Alpha Phi's candidaTe Tor homecoming. l L Gary Granl, Sergeanl-al-arms: Denny Hays, Chaplain: Jack Manlner, Social Chairman: Bill derbaclc, Vice-Presidenl plan afler game dance. Kappa Bela l-li-Y has begun a new lradilion of spon- aoring a dance following bolh our loolball and baslcelball games wilh our number one rival, Fairmonl' Easl. Showing Jrheir compalibilily, lhe Kappa Bela mem- B :ers have ioined wilh lhe Cenrerville l-li-Y in a produc- 'ive meeling. They mel for a swim ar 'rhe Kellering Y al' a laler dale. As a service lo The communily, Kappa Bela under- 'oolc lhe proiecl of aiding a needy family al Chrislmas. For enioymenl of all, a parly is held al Chrislmas. Rs The year draws 'ro a close, The seniors say farewell al a parly in 'rheir honor. Mr. George Tarzinski is adviser. Jim Wessling, Bill Brandi, and Allen Laquaglia make use of 'the varied afhlefic lacililies offered ai lhe Keflering YMCA. Kappa Bela brightens life of needy family F"0nl' Row: J6Cli Mdfllsef. Denny Hays. Dick Parsons. Allen l-Gqudqlla. lers, Rick Behm, Bill Leach, Jim Parsons. Row 3: Ray Logwood, Mike Sieve Lauderbaclr, Bill Brandi. Row 2: Charles Kielhler, Dick Wal- Wafgon, Jim Wessling, John Markwell, Jerry Myers, Brandi, Allen Laquaglia, Treasurer: Sieve Lau- 1 Fron'l' Row: Dave Miller, Brad WainwrighT, Gene Gilbert Ed Kalal, STeve Row 3: Ron Bossi, John Hames, Don Campbell, Bob Grueber, Dave Breisch Nelson, Larry Wick, John Gessaman, Tom McCormick, Bill Albery. Row 2: John Gardner, John Wise, Doug Monschke, Bill Wood, STeve Pease, Joh: John Walker, Tom STork, Chuck Edwards, Reed Dils, Woody Kiefaber, Tom Snyder. Zipf, Mike MurTaugh, Doug Moore, Jim Hall, Mike Rayburn. Jim Wick. Aim of Theta Hi-Y - "That Deaf May Smile" WiTh an aTTiTude of Tun and good will, TheTa l-li-Y has parTicipaTed in a number oT service proiecTs and social acTiviTies. l'lighlighTing The social aspecTs oT TheTa Hi-Y, have been The annual hay ride in The Tall, The ChrisTmas parTy, and The club picnic in The spring. "YouTh in GovernmenT Day" is represenTed eacl year by Two delegaT-es chosen Trom The members ol TheTa l-li-Y. These members Travel To Columbus To Take parT in The sTaTe-wide proiecT. T Club parTicipaTion in service proiecTs of many kinds has proved very proTiTabl-e. TheTa Hi-Y members have collecTed Tor muscular dysTrophy and hearT fund. Annua projecT oT collecTing license plaTes Tor The Kennedy School Tor The DeaT was also underTaken. y As a money-making proiecT and also a spiriT proQ moTing on-e, vicTory cards are sold on days previous Tc TooTball games. Mr. Carl Ferguson is adviser. Eng KalaT and STeve Nelson combine pleasure and skill in a game of Les Ferguson. Social Chairman: Larry Wick, PresidenT: John Gessaman, Vice l' 0 S GCS POO- PresidenT: STeve Nelson, Se-creTary: Tom McCormick, Chaplain: Bill Albery, Sergeani'-aT-arms: Ed KalaT, Treasurer: pause Tor a meeTing To plan The year's acTivi'ries. ln "Block F." fhe purple ancl lhe while yell, "Go ieam. figh'l!" Pep Club evokes Wesf's school spirit Pep Club, more lhan ever before. has experienced a new challenge. Esfablishmenl' and ailainmenl of Fair- monl Wes+'s repulalion for I IOCKQ spirii has To be suc- l cessfully accomplished. "Block F" has been insirumenlal in leading 'rhe school 'ro iis goal. Appearing al every game, 'rhese girls encouraged 'rhe siudenl body io cheer +he 'ream 'ro vic- Tory. Caravans To imporlam' games, as well as many spiril conlesls. have been sponsored by Fairmoni Wes'r's Pep Club. Honoring all fall sporls. Pep Club held a dance afrer The las'r fooiball game. Mr. Terry Malleii aids Pep Club. Pep Club officers: Cheryl Finke, Presidenl: Sue Marlin, Treasurer: Sharon Cook, Program Chairman: Rickie Gaffney. Vice Presidenf, and Debbie Ryder. Secreiary, show inieresi' in healihy rivalry as ihey look at lhe 1 dragon presenled io Wes? by Fairmoni' Easr. Fairmonl Wesf sfudenls are a pep club in themselves during pep rallies. Pep Club's spiril is evidenl' as cars ioin lhe Weslonian caravan. Front Kow Dave Maltby, Tom Madliger, Ronnie Zaremski, Bob Viets, Rick Frank Boston, Bob Burrows, Jack Broughton, Jim Lynn, Bill Nelson, Ron Andrews Bob Reinert, Jim Twohig, Jim Wick, Dan Reinicke. Row 2: John Getter, Glen Kershner, Bob Krynzel. Row 4: Dave Braun, Don Howard, Paist Craig Caywood, Ro er Parks, Mike Coleman M Sh h 9 . HFC OSYTIGC SF. Jeff Kernan, Joe Fiedler, Tom Rothaar, Dori Harlow. Kerry McCalla, Bob Wiesman, Earl Riggs, Tom Kohl. Row 3: Gene Baker, Varsity "F" has grown from The previous honorary status To become one of Fairmont WesT's most active clubs. Boys who earn varsity letters in one of the nine interscholastic sports at Fairmont West are eligible for selection to membership. Varsity "F", led by a strong board of student di- rectors, has-become an integral part of all activities at Fairmont West. Homecoming found members of This organization supporting the winning candidate, Karen Moore. Many Westonians are seen with key chains dis- playing a fighting Dragon, a project of Varsity "F". Bas- ketball games find members selling programs and hold- ing ropes To keep fans off The basketball court. Activities for This club will be climaxecl when The members present The "best athlete Trophy" To The most deserving boy aT The Spring Sports Banquet. Mr. Sher- win Bauser advised The club members. President, Bob Withrow, Sergeant-at-arms: Bob Odom, Vice President: and Paul Wycoff, Treasurer, encourage support of West's numerous athletic activities. Varsity" " Club emphasizes physical fitness Bill Wright Doug Trigg, Larry Beam, George Esposito, Tam Bohardt, Steve Bill Brandt, Bill Royston, Paul Wyckoff, David Helm, David Meadows.VRow 4 Alexander Gary Mitchell, Allan Sallee, John Hart. Row 2: John Johnson, David Kothman, Jim Todd, Ken Owen, Jim Hall, Stephen Lauderback Bob Pete Thompson, Dick Abernathy, Mike Denka, Denny Reed, Jeff Hinkley, Tom Skinner. Doug Maxwell. Marv Hlll- Haught Mike Miller, Jeff Morgan, Chris Houck, Jeff Jacobs, Dave Mullen. Many acTiviTies are offered The year-around To members oT G.A.A. lnTerscholasTic acTiviTies include Tield woclcey, volleyball. gymnasTics, baslceTball, Tennis, and soTTball. lnTramural acTiviTies include bowling, archery, Fencing, badminTon, and Table Tennis in addiTion To The inTerscholasTic sporTs. Each year G.A.A. leTTers, Trophies, and pins are presenTed To The mosT ouTsTanding girls in each acTiviTy. AT The end oT The year a special Trophy is awarded To The senior girl who has ioined in The greaTesT number oT G'.A.A. acTiviTies during her Three years aT FairmonT WesT. OTher Than These sporT acTiviTies, C5.A.A. sponsors several annual social evenTs. Each inTerscholasTic sporT holds a banqueT Tor iTs Team members aTTer The season is over. Spring dance and a Trip To Coney Island are en- l ioyed by C5.A.A. members. Miss Joanna MoriTz advises G.A.A. Janiece Weaver and Debbie Ryder block Karen Moore's drive To The goal. Girls' association interests sports - minded lntramural managers. Front Row: Linda WaTson, KaTie Maclntyre, Julie Braden, Row 3: Pam McCarThy, Bev Longman, Anne Parker, Linda Kemmer, Nancy Lynn McCurdy, Cheryl Amand, Sandy ATherTon, Judy Jordan, Julie Sea. Row 2: Willcens. Diana Kroemer, Sandy Harding, Pat ForsThoTT, Joyce Dicke. Row 4: Debbie l-lill, Marilyn DrayTon, Barbara LinTon, Susan Heinrich, Judy Stautzen- Elaine Yoe, Donna EcTon, Janis Toll, Andrea Pease, Dodie Merrill, Sue Menchen, bach, Mary Ann Baker, Mary Ann Kowaski, Debbie Ryder, Gerry Van Over. Joane Kinzig, Sue Kohl, Linda Sternberg. G.A.A. officers Sarah Wagner, Karen Moore, Joan Tanner, Judy STauTzenbach, and Karen Reed raise money Tor The Girls' AThleTic Association. l l Front Row: Dave Sachleben. Dave Palmer, Craig Cabb. Jim Leonard, Charles Spivey, Joe Steuert, Joe Fiedler. Row three: Hall, Dale Stemple. Scott Rueckel, Bob Crumrine, Dan MC- Jack Richardson, Paul Wyckott, Dick Colvin, Doug Walther, i Gilvery, Dan Allen, Paul Marshall. Row two: Mr. Alvin Fun- Mitch Jameson, David Burns, Bob Grimshaw. Bill Goessling, derburg, Sharon Lovelace, Dee Hudson, Tom Stork, Dain Jack Harding, John Allen, George Nassit, Linda Auwers, Dave DeVeny, Dan Rausch, Dick Nordquest, Rick Wilson, Doug Wise, Mr. Robert Schnarre, Mr. Walter Balster. Modern moth motivates meticulous minds l Mathematically-minded students ot Fairmont West, satisty their desire tor advanced knowledge by extral study and discussion in the Math Club. Members studyl subiects which are too complicated or obscure to bel included in the regular school curriculum. l Subiects ot interest such as topology, spacial geome-l try, and universal sets are discussed under the leadershipl ot Mr. Alvin Funderburg and Mr. Walter Balster and withl vigorous participation ot club members at regular month-l ly meetings. l l i l l l i l l l i 4 l Mitch Jameson, George Nassit, Dick Wilson tind there is more than one method of solvmg 5 Comphcated formula' Doug Walther, Linda Auwers, Dale Stemple, Paul Wycott prove theorems and l solve problems as a supplement to the regular mathematics program. l l l Vom Sfork, Vice Presidenig Myron O'l-lara, Presidenig and Dee -ludson, Secretary-Treasurer: compleie experimen+s of incubafing nacreria as a suppIemen+ fo regular biology courses. P 7, l Froni row: Greg Papp. Myron O'Hara, Don Smi+h, Sherrie Dinsmore, Holden, John l-lames. Row 3: Bob Grimshaw, Frank Andrews, Tom Jo Anne Malone, Karl Medcalf, Randy Reagan. Row 2: Tom Slorlc. lVlCC0VmlCl4i Ari HSFTZ. Dale Siemple. John Allen. l-GVFY Dleil. BSN Jim Hall. Sco++ Madole, Dave Springer, Ric Anderson, Cheryl O'l-lara RGm6leY. Rich R0'fl'1lUSS. DOH Cambell. oanne Fisher, Beverly Swabb, Dee Hudson. Charles Higgins. Larry Science Club members have future in focus Membership in The Fairmoni Wesi Science Club provides an opporiunily +o learn more aboui' 'rhe fields of biology, chemisiry. and physics. and To view a pos- sible vocaiion for The fuiure. By separaiing inio 'rhese 'l'hree groups of science, club members have Jrhe opporiuniiy To siudy more in- 'rensively 'rhe areas which are of pariicular inieresi 'ro Them. Aciiviiies of Science Club include speakers. movies, and siimulaiing discussions and experimenis. Mr. Elby Tackeii, Mr. Lauren Klucly, and Mr. Milburn Hinds aid cience Club members. Greg Papp, Cheryl O'Hara, and Larry Die'l'z enrich knowledge of bacierial research Ffonl' Row: John Adams' Linde FOX- Kfilliy Day, GFGQ AlSPGCi1. Janet Hill. Little, Karen Ritchie, Nancy Ridd, Kay Forstott, Gene Retske, Karen Kelly Betty Ann Hoener, Marilyn Brock, Kathy Medtord. Row 2: Beth Nolan, Pam Gary Delscamp. Language students set Excitement mounts as Linda Fox, Nancy Ridd, and Karen Ritchie an ticipate coming trip. sights on Europe Travel-minded students returning 'From six week: study with the National Foreign Language League dur' ing the summer ot I964- had little ditticulty in inspiring other studentswith the idea ot studying abroad. I965 will see three language groups become more proticient through studying and conversing with those who speak the language as their native tongue. l Miss Marybelle Warren will be returning to the campus at Leysin, Switzerland accompanied by several students. i Ciudad Universitaria in Madrid, Spain will host stul dents who wish to become more proticient in the Spany ish language. In addition to learning the language. the students will take inspiring tours ot ditterent geographi cal areas ot Spain. L Deustch-speaking students will travel abroad tron Fairmont West tor the tirst time. Accompanied by Mr Lee Risley, the group will study German at a campus ii Austria. L Participation in European adventures is not onli beneticial to the student learning the language, but alsc in the enlightenment ot the toreign culture which i dispersed to the remaining members ot the student body Planning routes tor exciting summers abroad are: Betty Ann Hoener, Kay Forstot and Marilyn Brock. SaTurday morning may Tind FairmonT sTudenTs in- olved in many acTiviTies. Those who venture inTo The ealm oT The science rooms will Tind TorTy sTudenTs pur- Jing deeper knowledge in The Tields oT chemisTry, phys- :s, and biology. Under The direcTion oT lvlr. Elby TackeTT. ch-emisTry eminar sTudenTs explore unknown guanTiTies and develop ieTTer lab Techniques. Combining This wiTh guanTiTaTive fork, sTudenTs progress Toward indep-endent sTudy. As here is no Time limiT. sTudenTs work aT Their own speed. PloTTing graphs oT densiTy. speed, and velociTy are waior proiecTs oT physics seminar. Mr. Lauren Kludy's 1spiraTional "egg saT-elliTes" are designed To creaTe ealistic siTuaTions and give insighT inTo man's space prob- ems. Plant and animal sTudy comprise The Two divisions oT iiology seminar. Research proiecTs provide each sTudenT viTh an opporTuniTy To delve deeper inTo sci-enTiTic knowl- edge ot a speciTic Topic. Sessions are headed by Mr. Iharles Graves and Mr. Milburn l-linds. Cheryl O'Hara and Greg Papp prove Through experiment that velocity equals distance over Time. Seminars stimulate science-minclecl students Microscopes enable Susie Taylor and Gail Anderson to observe work of The amoeba. Eene ReTske develops his Technique in chemically iclenTiTying nknown elements aT The Saturday morning science seminar. Fronf Row: Eva Earnharf, Jacqueline Hicks, Sharon Flora, Nancy Galli, C-arol Jlldy Pfifle. Arlene HSN'-iViCl4S. Jody Clark. Cami Meeks Sherri Shulil. Pai Garvic, Donna Webb, Beverly Geiger, Kaye Roach. Row 2: Dianne Keller. SCFOQQY- l-Yndfl KOVGVITTGV1- SGnClY Sparks- Coopercitive Office Education 2 experience Sevenfeen girls in Mr. Joe Lower's fhird period class are faking advanfage of an unusual opporfunify af Fair- monf Wesf-Cooperafive Office Educafion. COE's ob- i iecf is fo graduafe an office worker already adiusfed fo fhe demands and fempo of fhe business world. Sfude-nfs i affend regular classes in The morning and serve as salaried clerical workers in fhe affernoon under Teacher- employer supervision. Before a sfudenf is able fo parficipafe in C.O.E., she musf be af leasf sixfeen years old, have a good personalify. be recommended by business feachers, coun- selors, and unif supervisors. and have developed pracfical office skills, such as fyping andfor shorfhand or book- keeping. Mr. Joe Lower demonsfrafes an office skill for COE girls Carol Garvic, Donna Webb. Linda Koverman, and Judy Price. Daily drill enables COE sfudenfs fo polish office skills. Front Row: Ron Gabbard, Beth Nolan, Mary Payne, Kathy Hartmeier, Pat Row 3: Peggy Sparks. Sally Shater, Judy Price, Diane Keller, Bob Crumrine, Evans Josephine Hutt, Christine Mills, Shaela Robbins, Billie Jane Watson. Jack Richardson, Kathy Kingston, Brenda Hoover, Debbie Gheen, Bunny Row 2 Mike Eckhart, Rick Bunting. Andy Perkins, Dale Sweet, Connie Loop, Stewart. Linda Reese, Tonda Hannah, Linda Rothtuss, Marty Deeter, Karen Kline. Fairmont West hosts State Convention Fairmont West's chapter ot Future Business Leaders ot America strives to create an interest in business on the high school level. During the year, F.B.L.A.'s activi- ties include selling pens, candy bars, and sponsoring a dance atter a basketball game. To become a member, one must earn at least titteen points by selling pens or candy, making posters tor the club. or by helping the club in other ways. For- mal induction is held tor all students who have obtained titteen points. Convention is the highlight ot an F.B.L.A. member's year. Fairmont West is hosting the state convention this year. Miss Eleanor Gallagher, Mrs. Lois Hike, Mrs. Jane Nolan, and Mr. Joe Lower are F.B.L.A.'s very interested advisers. F.B.L.A. otticers Karen Kline, Reporter: Mike Eckhart, President: and Beth Nolan. Secretary, show a warm glow atter induction ceremonies. lNot pic- tured Billie Watson, Treasurerl. Front Row: Carol Garvic, Sandy Roberson, Sue Stewart, Judy Jones, Mary Mary Hedges. Sue McMillan, Lynda Koverman. Row 3: Arlene Hendricks. Jack Manney, Karen Bursch, Becky Weimer, Jackie Hicks. Row 2: Lynn Michaels, Fitzpatrick, Scott Rueckel, Mike Sporn, Pat Ballard. Nancy Galli, Sherri Shultz. Karen Argabrite, Lynn Lincher. Jerry Smith, Kathy VanAman, Beverly Geiger, Loretta CGUPP. CafOl Meelw- Fronl' Row: Calhy Breckenridge, Paulelle Hunler, Debbie Wrighi, Charlene Ellis, Peggy Poore, Jean Sheri, Judi Fosler, Linda Schoen, Tina Adams, Rose- mary Horvaih. Row 2: Diana Hulchison, Sandy Grice, Loraine Gumper, Alice Cory, Bonnie Adams, Ellen Dross, Deloris Spenser, Charlolle Holland, Carmen Sanchez, Rosenell Slewarl, Susie Ball, Pai' Ballard. Row 3: Joyce Diclce, Kalhy 3 s Q X i as Conly, Elaine Garvic, Susan Lovingood, Carmen Noseda, Phyllis Ferguson, Barbara Bainler, Donna Helm, Donna Call, Kaihi Horslman, Pai' Essenpreis, Linda Kemmer. Row 4: Cindy Bodiker, Linda Large, Sharon Long, Cheryl Shedden, Sherrie Dinsmore, Carolyn Wheeler, Sue Zimmerman, Jane? Hess, Jo Anne Garrison, Melanie Powell, Judy Seiberl. Challenging careers studied by home economists Fairmoni' Wesl's Home Economics Club slrives lo help individuals improve personal, family, and communily J living. Represenlalives from differenl fields of home economics give insighi' inlo Jrhe role of homemaking in 'roday's world. Speakers-enlighlened members al Jrhe monlhly meer- ings. Mr. Chesler A. Roush, Superinlendenl of Kellering J Cily Schools, spoke on child developmenl in Russia. Mrs. Jack Blome demonslraled lhe making of Chrislmas deco- ralions. Movies on careers in home economics, flower ar- ranging sessions, and speakers from a beauly school pro- vided learning opporlunilies for club members. Mrs. Bernice Fowler, Mrs. Belly Savage, and Miss Helen Vogelsang advise 'rhe club. i 1 Kalhy Conly and Joanne Garrison poinl oul' 'lhal' Wesi"s Home Economics Club is in lhe public eye. l Home Economic Club Presiclenf, Jane? Hess, gives helpful hinfs 'ro Carolyn Wheeler, Chap- lain: Pal Ballard. Publicily Chairman: Lynne Lovering, Treasurer: Judy Seiberl, Secreiaryg and Donna Helm, Vice-President ront Row: Susan Temple, Kay Swigeart, Jill Manker, Kay Forsthott, Sandy latt Kay Deebel, Jackie Osborn, Carol Brigeman, Dan Binning, Cindi Gould, aren Bursch. Row 2: Cherry Steinhagen, Valerie Browne, Sandy Finley, Cindy cfkllister, Dottie Phillips, Susan Logan, Belinda Zimmer, Larry Holden, Sheryl Cron, Bonnie Penny, Patty Young. Row 3: Joy Vandertill, Gerda Holstrom, Barbara Locke, Dianne Gainok, Vicki Wint, Sherry Bach, Sandy Taylor, Barbara Huehnel. Row 4: Susie Butler, Janet Brandt. lNot pictured: Mrs, Eunice Krebs and Mrs. Bernice Fowler.i ite of dedicated service begins at Fairmont West F.M.C.'s main purpose is to grant its members the opportunity to become acquainted with the ditterent phases ot medicine and medical careers. During the year, members participate in several service projects. At Hallo- ween, members collect and distribute candy to the various children's hospitals. Christmas season tinds each member bringing a gitt to the annual Christmas party tor the children at Barney Children's Hospital. Other tund drives are also collected throughout the year. Mem- bers receive points tor participating in various service projects. It the required number ot points has been earned by the end ot the year, a Future Medical Ca- reer's Club pin is awarded. F Sandy Taylor and Barbara Huehnel discuss technological advances in drugs and medicines tor improved medical care. FMC OFFICERS: Joyce Dicke, Secretaryq Jacqueline Osborn, Treasurer: Kay Deebel, Vice President: discuss medical stories. Learning radio fechniques are Frank Urban, Jim Ulzinger, Brian Kerfoof, Jim Sreuerf, and Sieve Kender. Officers Tom Jackson. Presidenlg Dave Sachleben, Vice Presidenfg and Karl Medcalf, Secrelary-Treasurer lisfen infenlly as Mr. Waller Balsfer explains lhe use of a radio iransmilier. Fairmonr Wesl"s Amareur Radio Club is a newl formed club wi+h four maior aims: 'ro promore inieres and proficiency in The arf of Amaleur Radio Commun carion in 'rhe operarional and experimenial fields. 'ro er courage experimenral ac+ivi+ies in eleclronics in order+ gain skills and experience in amareur radio, 'io provid an amareur srarion for use of licensed members of Th club, and To help inieresied srudenrs oblain licenses. Membership is open 'ro any sludenr arrending Fair monl' Wes+ who is inreresred in amaleur radio worl lnferesled visirors who enjoy aH'ending a meeiing ari welcomed +o rhe club. Parr of each meefing is devofec ro 'leaching eleclronic Theory and 'rhe lnfernarional Morsi Code. Radio Club now has a +ransmi+'rer and a receiver When 'rhe anlenna can be erecred The members wi. officially be "on 'l'he air." Fairmonl' Wes+'s slaiion wi promo're inreresi' in amaieur radio work by communical' ing and exchanging ideas wi+h people in orher paris o 'rhe world. Members of rhe club do all The work on 'ihe equip men'r while under +he guidance of 'lhe club counselor, Mr Waller Balsier. Radio Club puts Fairmont "on the air" Fronf Row: Jim Sfeuerl. Tom Jackson. S+eve Kender. Brian Kerfoot Frank Urban, Jim Ufzinger. Row 2: Karl Med:-ali, Dave Sachleben, Don Mazak., l l Larry Doggeif and Belly Evans explore musical world. Rehearsal for nexi' club meeiing finds Swing Club officers Susie Taylor, Secrei'ary-Treas- urer: John Hall, Presideni: and Brian Kerfool, Vice Presidenf pracficing diligenfly. In These days of Beafles and o'rher rock-and-roll groups, are records played, bu'r 'rhe school srage band is helped, and mem- fhere any Teen-agers aiiracied To music played by Glenn bers of 'lhe club learn aboulr various 'iaceis of big bands. Miller, Les Brown, 'rhe Dorseys, ei al? This quesiion is answered Swing Club is in i+s firsl' year of exisfence. Under lhe spon- wifh a resounding "yes" by members of Fairmonr Wes1"s Swing sorship of Mr. Wesley Haines. Swing Club promises 'io grow Club. A+ +he club's bi-weekly meefings, nor only are big-band rapidly. Fest' al features Oh'o St ie Ja z For m Fronf Row: Jo Ann Garrison. Si Adam, Judy Seiberr, BeHy Evans, Rosemary Row 3: Marlin Holsinqer, David Burns, Larry Doggeisf, Doug Leonard, Brian Horvafh, Susie Taylor. Row 2: Kay Wirih, Denny Herron, Jack Hasiings, John Kerfoof, Richard Sorah, Wally Kelch, Dave Laughier, Nick Wunder, S'reve Hall, Rick Hippie, Jeff McVey, Ted Williams, Larry Holden, Randy Reagan. Hayes. Officers Joe Fiedler, Vice Presideni: ArT HerTz, PresidenT: and MarTin Holsinger. Treasurer Take Time ouT Tor a quick hand of bridge. Chess, Though miniafure in size, is sTill Thrilling for Bob Grimshaw, Donna EcTon, and Bill Gessling. Wil, wisdom, logic mark Chess and Bridge When The Chess Club announced plans To add bridge, response was immediaTe. AT The TirsT meeTing There were nearly as many "loridgers" as chess players, and several who played boTh. Amid The "checlc's" and "maTe's" could be heard "Tour hearTs" and more oTTen, The deiecTed "pass." Regular acTiviTies of The ch-ess Team, consisTing of The Top Tive players in The club, conTinued. FairmonT WesT's Team, now in iTs Third year of league play, par- TicipaTed in several maTches againsT greaTer DayTon-area schools. Membership is open To everyone who has an inTeresT in quiclc wiT. logical ThoughT, and alerTness. Team members are: ArT l-lerTz, Joe Fiedler, Dou Leonard, Greg Loose. and David Burns. Adviser Tor Th club is Mr. James Sims. Fronl Row: Joe Fiedler, Greg Loose. Doug Leonard, Mike Wells, Hal Jeffreys, Marfgn Holsgngerv Bob Q,-imshawl Doug Walfherl Dave Bums, Mark Meuser. Charles Higgins. Row 2: Bill Gessling, Donna EcTon, ArT Herfz. s K .- i :,s.efe'.-ss, . . ,, . ,Q iffsi i , . ,s . K, ii,, V Y- ,A 195 , rf , me Q - T fi: ' 1 . iv f A, Q ,mg ,, ,v V i Tl 3 A gs 2 2 Froni' Row: Sieve McCaffer+y, Doug Hinkley, Jim Shepard, Rick ,Gross, Jim Serianni, Brad Ridenour. Row 2: Linda Hedden, M-ary Ann Sfraihearn, Pal Forsfhoff, Diane Longo, Barb Lynch, Doug Monschke. Row 3: Bob McMur'rrey, Pam Clark, Judy Horslman. Candy Gray, Anifa Youngman, Mary Ann Baker, Marcia Rickard, Befh Nolan, Janie Weisman, Jack Harding. New Thespicm Society advances drclmalics l l 1 J Newly organized al Fairmonr Wesf This year, The l Naiional Thespian Socieiy has aiiracied many charfer members. l Membership is open To juniors and seniors who have accumulaied ien poinis by-par+icipa+ion in cliffereni areas of dramaiic produclions, including lighiing, make-up, slage-craii, and direcfion, as well as work done in fhe glow of lhe fooilighfs. Naiional Thespian Socieiy slrives 'ro culfivaie excel- lence and inleresl in l'he dramalic arls, well guided by 'rhe sponsorship of Miss Leah Funk and Mr. Joseph Kuldau. Befh Nolan Rick Gross, and Diane Longo pracfice developing falenf for which Fairmoni' Wes'r sfage proclluciions are known. Bob McMur'rrey, playing Professor Coquinfz and Glenn Ekey, as Tully Bascomb, give near professional porfrayals in "The Mouse fha? Roared. Wise Fools is The unique name of FairmonT WesT's liTerary discussion group. Mr. STephen Vogler, EasT UniT English Teacher, oversees The clulo's informal sessions. Many diTTerenT subiecTs are discussed: including books, plays, religion, and many oTher conTroversial subiecTs, aT The bi-monTh'ly meeTings. Mark Twain's LeTTers from The Ear'lT1 prompTed lively discussion aT one meeTing and A Man Tor All Seasons gave members an ouTleT for Their dramaTic TalenT. Food Tor ThoughT was also provided by informaTive speakers such as Mr. Paul Wagner who spoke on The "Non-graded High School." Wise Fools' moTTo could well be "l Think, Therefore, I am." Joanne Fisher, Denny Herron. and Karen STahr find club discussion ofTen changes inTo clebaTe. Intellectuals find intrigue in Wise Fools FronT Row: Jerry Sfrirnmel, Michael Wells, Jim Barnes, KaThy Boggs, Sue BeTTy Ann Hoener, Sharon Byrd. Row 3: Linda Auwers, Gregory Loose, Kare Habel, Mona Kincaid, Joe Fiedler. Row 2: Denny Herron, Jack Wook, Ed STahr, MarTin Holsinger, Dale Siemple, Ari Hefz, David Burns, Doug Monschlce Heller, Dave Linfon, Carol James, Viclci Colvin, Joanne Fisher, Chuck Higgins, Jim Hall. guerry Schaefer. Larry Holden, Dianna Edwards. and Dianne Gainok lisTen inTenTly as Mr. erry MalleTT demonsTraTes The signs of a properly mainTained engine. SaTeTy Club is open To all sTudenTs aT FairmonT WesT. FuncTion of SaTeTy Club is To make sTudenTs ,develop proper menTal aTTiTudes Toward saTeTy aT school, iaT home. and on The road. During The school year. There are ciTy-wide. area, and sTaTe youTh meeTings Tor high school sTudenTs in- rI'eresTed in promoTing saTeTy among Teenagers. SaTeTy Club also inviTes ouTside speakers To iTs meeTings. These 'include law officials. judges, eTc. SaTeTy Club encourages all sTudenTs inTeresTed in The club To enroll in driver educaTion, alThough iT is noT a lprerequisiTe. Mr. Richard Hoppe advises The club. "Eyes sTraighT ahead, waTch The IiTTle disks!" Mr. Terry MalleTT TesTs Joyce Appenzellar's peripheral vision as Charles Landis, Charlene Meyer, and Belinda Burgess waiT Their Turn. FairmonTonians gaze proudly aT safeTy flag: flown for firsT Time This year. Ty Club promotes clriver's education l l 2 s 5 if 5 Front Row: Mike Lackey, Carol James, Denny Herron, Sally Howard. Hinkley, Phil Brown, Les Murray, Dick Brown, Jim Edwards, Arvi Linda Auwers, Sherrie Dinsmore, Nancy Gilbert, Molly Rubin, Vicki Daniels. Colvin. Row 2: Mr. Gary Crawford, Joe Fiedler, Robbie McGraw, Doug Imaginative skills enliven creative writing Dave Burns, Vice President: Linda Auwers, Secretary-Treasurer: Doug Hinkley, Presidentq comment on advances made in writing and in ap- preciation ot literature since the club's founding. Creative Writers Club members desire to develop writing talents, whether it be tor recreational or pro- fessional purposes. Members meet twice a month to discuss literary con- tributions tellow club members have submitted tor pref sentation. Manuscripts are discussed and suggestions made to the authors. "Spontaneous creativity" is another activity in which members write about a-particular subject within a givenl time allotment. Advisers, Mr. Gary Crawford and Mrl George Tarzinski use these exercises to develop descrip tive abilities. As any club member will attest, "to de scribe a paper clip" one must be a creative writer. Sherrie Dinsmore, Nancy Gilbert, Les Murray, Jim Edwards, and Dick Brown criticize contemporary styles of outstanding authors and gain a knowledge ot basic writing. Genuine interest in art is evident by Art Club otticers Rick Gross, Vice President: Georgie Tobin, Secretary: Dodie Merrill, President: Tom Stork, Treasurer: and Robin Shonsheclc, Vice President. Q Art club members display ingenuity at Halloween party with wild array ot costumes. Art Club affords advancement in aesthetic interests Art club is designed tor those students who wish to learn more about art, its appreciation, and related occu- pations. Club members have the chance to turther their own talents and to protit trom them by creating art work tor a sale at Christmas and a showing in the Spring. Meetings range trom discussions with past graduates, now studying art, to visiting art galleries and going to the Dayton Art Institute. Harvest time tound art club members decoratively soaping windows in the Town and Country Halloween Art Contest. Members also enioyed dressing up in out- landish costumes tor a Halloween party. A bIoody-pump- kin-carving contest was one ot the highlights ot the eve- ning. Front Row: Holly Higgins, Evelyn Lowndes, Connie Gibson, Marcia son, Susan Gray. Row 3: Mr. Fred Von Gruenigen, 'faculty advisor. Rickard, Nina Diclcman, Cindy Todorott, Georgie Tobin, Judie Beth Hartrantt, Casey Cameron, Nancy.Clarlc,-Linda Hidden, Milge Simons. Row 2: Robin Schonsheclc, Cindy Jones, Sue Martin, Claudia Flanagan, Riclc Gross, Jim Shepard, Arrie Daniels. Hall, Karen Kelley, Ginger Grant, Jean Van Harlingen, Gail Ander- Froni' Row: Nancy Gilberi, Janel' Hill, Pam Hamillon, Janef Edwards, Donna Richard Bishop, Larry Holden. B05 CUlbSrlSOf1- Row 31 Joe Sfeuerf. ROl9erl' Call, Sondra'Slusser, Jan Maddux, Cheryl Lee, Carol Denlinger, John Miller. Cl1oa'l'e, Ron Gelly, Dan Kiser, Tom Gibbs, Karl Medcalli, Tim Nash. Jeff Row 22 Gary Walsh, Dale Hayes, John Bacbain, Rick Bohm, James Johnson, 5Cl1Uerl10lZ. Tfenl Branum. Fred l-OCl1flef. Ken BGHOH. J n'or Ach'e t ' b ' Joe Sleuerf and Diana Bass review occupafional opporfunifies on 'the Members of Deyron area Junior Achievemenf gain career-ladened bullefin board. . . . U . . . praciical insighi in'ro business enierprise. Local com- panies organize, malce inveslmenis, mainiain sal-es cam- paigns, assemble producis, deiermine The organizaiion's profil and loss slalus. Junior Achievers are guided in realislic silualions by local business men. Ouislancling yearly achi-evers are chosen lo aliend The Cenlral Region's convenlion, JAMCO. John Miller, Presidenr Daylon Area Junior Board of Managers, and Carol Denlinger, Secrelary, discuss area business in preparalion for group's nexi' mee+ing. l Front Row: Sylvia Kneiss, Sandy Finley, Janie Williams, Linda Watson. Dianna Edwards, Lora Black, Ruth Thomas. Row 2: Cindy McAllister, Sally Andrews, Mary Mc- Candless, Edith ivlcCandless, Sandy Harding, Barbara Swiclc, Kathy Malone, Gregory Loose. Row 3: Mr. Stephen Vogler, Ken Nunn, Linda Amand, Anita Whiteman, Judy Seibert, Janet Grant, Jim Hall. Row 4: Floyd Elmore, Barbara Patrick, Kay Wirth, Kiane Lucas, Sherrie Dinsmore, Dale Stemple. Youth for Christ sets national quiz goal Youth tor Christ otticers Sherrie Dins- . more Celeste Johnson, Barb Patrick, Floyd Elmore Ken Nunn, Linda Amand, Jane Van Harlingen enioy singing. YFC Cheerleaders Sylvia Kneiss and Barbara Patrick yell tor Teen Olympics. Youth tor Christ promotes spiritual growth, develops Christian leadership, and provides tellowship opportuni- ties tor Fairmont West students. Speakers, discussion groups, skits, music, and parties are all part ot the bi- weekly meetings. National conventions, Teen Olympics, speech con- tests, Bible quizzing, and weekly rallies provide chances tor West's members to meet other Youth tor Christ members trom all over the country. Being an interdenominational organization, any stu- dent interested in Christian tellowship is eligible to ioin this group. Good athletes are needed to help Ohio keep the State Teen Olympic Championship it has held tor eight years. l2l A ffm :,,:N . ,gy V' A S xx' I ff 5f?.Q.f,fc9R' A9 il aw I0 www ,Qff?i'f.5' Sue Habel and Calhy Slone look on as Pally Reagan, Fairmonl' Wesl's Junior Prorr correspondanl, examines her lalesl' conlribufion +o 'rhe popular area publicalion. Harrie? Drakos and Dee Longo, fealure page edi- lors, find "cropping" and "pasling up" a more enioyable parl' of lheir rouline. 1 "To reflecl 'rhe achievemenls, aclivilies. and alll-l ludes of Fairmonl Wesl' sludenls" is l'he moH'o newly adopled for Dragon Tales by The '64-'65 newspaper slaif. Whefher reporling on academic honors. club news, opini ion polls. or alhlelic evenls, wrilers 'fried lo make lhis mollo come alive in clear and inleresling arlicles. l Dragon Tales is published bi-monlhly by ils 27 meml ber slaff. Workers of many lalenls fill 'lhe clifferenl posi- 'rions in bolh edilorial and adverlising divisions. Dragon Tales inform, Keeping Dragon Tales' business running smoolhly is a never-ending Task Typing is an indispensable skill io page-edilors, Kalhy Conly for Sharon Moore. Jim Barnes. Sharon Crossen lsealedl, Linda Oslerman, and Karen Moore. Mary Green, Pam Lillle, and Jill Bloomer. Art work and copy reflect the talents of Janie Wiesman, art editor. and Sue Martin, copy proofreader. Workers of many talents fill the different positions in both editorial and advertising divisions. Sponsoring a car wash. a dance after a basketball game. and a candy counter are money-making projects for the newspaper. Staff publishes special issues for Homecoming, Christmas, April Fool's Day, and senior farewell. Another Dragon Tales contribution is the sale ot student directories. 2-23 ,sw Amy Wright, Sarah Wagner. and Terry Robertson go often to Mrs. Joyce Ger- ber, Dragon Tales adviser. for help. and inspire students in bi-weekly publication Tina Roudebush is always willing to lend a hand with cropping on the sport section with John Todd, Jeff Connor, Bob Rupel, and Dave Brown lseated l . Dodie Merrill and Mrs. Jane Nolan work closely iogeiher +o plan ihe colorful beauiy seciion. Jean Roush, Karen Adams, and Jill Irvin inspeci' a senior secfion 'rriplicare as ihey sirive To meer iheir deadline. Being Dragon edifors is a big responsibilify and a serious business for Janis Toll and Phil Brown. S7200 Campaign Personal experience, academic achievement social acriviries, and all areas of compeiiiion are chronicled wiihin ihe pages of rhe '65 Dragon. Yearbook provides opporiuniiies for iis siaif mem- bers 'ro become acquainied wirh 'rhe areas of crearive wri+ing. phoio-journalism, salesmanship, adverrising, busi- ness managemeni, and ariisiic design. Job of crearing one of 'rhe largesi' high school year- books in Ohio begins in April of The year preceding ihe publicaiion. During +he summer monihs, sfaff m-embers spend leisure lime selling adveriising space io businesses Good year for sporfs af Fairmonf Wes? makes recording arhleric evenis a happy rask for sporis secfion personnel, Mike Lackey, Judy Blome, Sharon Cook, and Rick Mosier. Selling yearbook su bscripTions is an essenTial job very capably handled by Ann Cushwa and Johnell Tobin. and conscientious staff build Dragon in The GreaTer DayTon areas, planning pages, and making layouTs. FurTher Time is invesT-ed in a summer 'workshop aT Ohio UniversiTy. where The Technical knowledge is acquired. From a iournalisTic sTandpoinT. The yearbaok relives in picTures and copy The school year Tor ev-ery sTudenT, TaculTy member, and organizaTion. ln addiTion To being a personal annual Tor WesTonians The Dragon provides a public relaTions medium Tor The school and exemplifies The excellence of achievemenT which TypiTies FairmonT WesT. l Donna EcTon, Sandy Finley, Nancy Giffin, and Judy FenTon, work enThusiasTucally To porTray in word and picTure The sTudenT liTe of FairmonT WesT i Junior secTion members, JaneT King, Sandy Tay- lor, Jaine Williams, Barbara Essenpreis and Trina Brander oT The academic secTion masTer phoTc- indexing rouTine. 1, f ' i Mr. Logan's new picTures Tor The Dragon are The cenTer of aTTracTion Tor Judy HorsTman, Karen Kline, Linda STine. and Michele HuTTon. . EdiTors, Phil Brown and Mike Lackey assure The conTinuiTy of The Dragon Through conscienTious eTTorT. Junior secTion ediTors, MargareT Scharrer. KaThy French, and Billie WaTson review Their yellow pages aTTer mosT of The work is done. ProducTion oT The l965 Dragon acTually sTarTed in The spring oT The preceding year when members of The sTaTT were selecTed. Several weeks oT orienTaTion wiTh Trained sTaTT members assured each individual's having The necessary knowledge To compleTe his assignmenT eTTicienTly. Members oT The sTaTT were busily engaged Through- ouT The summer selling adverTisemenTs. Exceeding The l goal oT S6500 by selling 57200 in ads made iT possible To include in The budgeT The "exTras"' which would have been omiTTed had The eommuniTy noT cooperaTed so willingly. MeeTing early deadlines allowed The sTaTT To earn The colored end-sheeTs wiThouT charge. STaTf members, Janis Toll and Judy Jordan. appreciaTe The TalenTs oT a good phofographer , like Dan Allen. Wai MW' G5 all 5 . i ,yy 5 ie' l i 355 it 4 ecuring tinances for the Dragon is the as- w""""""""' ignment ot Johnell Tobin, Gloria Morningstar, nd Beverly Bearzy. 'MMA ncl talent are great - rewards are greater Senior pictures were taken by Logan Studios during he summer months to assure their being ready tor ship- ent early in the tall. Miniature dummy sheets were prepared, showing rrangement ot pictures and copy. Triplicates were then ade tor each page. These pages were shipped to the aylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas together with he pictures. March tound statt members with completed sec ions. However, the worlc was not tinished, as the pagen ad to be returned, prootread, and again sent to the ublisher. Publication ot an outstanding yearboolc encompasses skills. Each student must be able to give ot him- , his talent. his time, and his cooperation. f. as iobs are endless for photo scheduler, Karan Gacldis. and Beth Nolan, Jim Shepard, Joyce Diclce, and Connie Eaton, spend long hours indexer, Ann Cushwa. at the design-o-graph. Adepi adminislraiors, and a corps of dedicafed 'reachers mold +he line academic repulaliori of Fairmoni Wesl. Comprehensive curriculum offers each siudenl an educaied oppor+uni+y 'ro pursue his in+eres+s and develop his pofenfial. l i 2 1 i Q., W. in .V 35 5 fx , 1- Art enfhusias'fs,Jean Van Harlingen. Rick Gross, and Linda Hedden, give an aesihefic appraisal of scholasfic coniesi' enjries. " ACADE IC v t W 5 -ss- YT' 'S 'T' dawg? , .7 grew' ffivgz , u Q M .A ,M Wav--w A- I29 sity. tor. Mr. Chester A. Roush, Superintendent of Kettering Schools for six years, graduated from Alfred Holbrook College with a Bachelor of Sci-ence degree in Secondary education. Having obtained his Master of Science degree at the University of Wisconsin, he continued with graduate courses at Miami University and Colorado State Univer- He taught and coached at Fairmont and in other schools before becoming Superintendent of the Kettering School System. Mr. Roush is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, National Honor Society. His education and professional back- ground have well-fitted him as a competent administra- Mr. Roush, one of the most active residents in Kettering, still finds time to offer his help to any member of the community needing his advice. Kettering school system is indeed fortunate to have a l man of Mr. Roush's caliber as its executive head. Chester A. Roush. prominent educator, supervises lO3O em- ployees in Kettering school system. Superintendent and staff correlate system's Mr. Chester A. Roush, accompanied by his lovely wife, presents a slide-illustrated talk on his recent travels in the Soviet Union. - Mr. Chester A. Roush was among 25 American educators who were selected to make a month long study of schools in Russia. Purpose of the study was to observe and evaluate the methodology, content and achievement of Soviet education. Mr. Roush's recent study of the Soviet educational policies consisted of 33 days. over 20,000 air miles. and visits in the following ten countries: Canada lincluding Newfoundlandl, Scotland, West Germany lincluding West Berlinl, the city of East Berlin -in East Germany, Denmark, Finland, Soviet Union lincluding the four maior cities of Leningrad. Moscow, Tbilisi, Kievl, Poland. Czechoslovakia and France. Of the countries visited. 27 days were spent in the Soviet Union and the two satellite countries of 'Poland and Czechoslovakia. with the main interest the visitation of all kinds of schools. Efforts were made to visit, observe, and evaluate schools in Finland, Denmark, Poland and Czechoslovakia. Remaining five countries were visited mainly be- cause they were on the route to or from the Soviet Union with the exception being East Berlin. Special ef- forts were made to observe the contrast between free Germany in the West and captive Communist Germany in the East. Through the end of February, Mr. Roush had talked I4-2 times to student and community groups. Honorarium received from speaking engagements has been contributed to the Peggy Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund. clucalional plans for the future X Sealed: Mr. Roberl Krebs, Mr, Roberi' Ferguson. Sfancling: Mr. John Bowden, President Mr. Ray Hoeflingg Mr. Roberf Oxley: Mrs. Bertha Weisl, Clerk-Treasurer. Adminislrafive slaff of lhe Kelfering School Syslem is headed by four well-qualified men. To Them, main- 'raining The besl Teachers, organized siudenl guidance programs, co-ordinaiing and direcling 'reaching melhods. and providing necessary faciliries for learning are iusl a parl of 'rh-eir job. Five members of The Kellering Board of Educalion are elecfed 'lo serve a four-year Term of office. Major dulies are lo oversee lhe progress of lhe school sys'rem and solve any curricular problems which may arise. MR- CLARK HNNE5-' Dffecfof Of Pefsonfjel and Communily Relafions-Univ. of Cm- cinnali, B.M.: Ohio Slale Univ., MA., Miami Univ. L HOWARD FLATTER, Assisfanl Super- MR. JOHN LUCAS, Assisfanl Superinlendenl DR. MAURICE WOGAMAN, Assislanf Super- inlendenf in charge of Curriculum- Wil- in charge of Business-Ohio Slafe Univ., infendenl in charge of Pupil Personnel- fenberg Univ BS M.A.g Case lnsf, of B.S. in Ed., MA. in Ed.: Miami Univ. Ohio Slale Univ., B.S. in Ed,, M.A.: In- Tech Miami Univ diana Univ., Ph.D.Ed. Mr. Alfred Bolender receives congrafulafions from Mr. Charles Sondergelf upon his elecfion To The office of presidenf of The Keffering Kiwanis Club for The year. ALFRED BOLENDER, Principal-Univ. of Cin- cinnafi, B.S. in Ed.: Morehead Sfafe Teachers College, M.A. Principals and UniT Supervisors play a very impor- TanT role in The life of every FairmonTonian. Morning an- nouncemenTs welcome sTudenTs To school each day and inform Them of acTiviTies aT school as well as currenf evenTs. EnThusiasTic supervisors lead well-rounded lives. Each is acTively engaged in communiTy affairs. Friendly aTTi- Tudes concerning members of The sTudenT body and faculfy aid These adminisTraTors in direcTing one of Ohio's ouTsTanding campus-sTyle high schools. Fairmonf WesT's principal. Mr. Alfred Bolender, is currenTly serving as presidenT of The Keffering Kiwanis Club. In addifion To his leadership in This capaciTy, his day is filled wiTh club meefings, PTA meefings. and various oTher acTiviTies. Mr. Alfred Bolender is aided in his various dufies by AssisTanT Principal, Mr. Paul Wagner. Mr. Wagner is also in charge of The TesTing and guidance program aT FairmonT WesT. DedicaTion To Their posifions, coupled wiTh well- rounded personaliTies provide WesT's adminisTraTors wiTh necessary backgrounds and capacify for The success which The school exhibifs. WesT's administrators keepi Doug Maxwell and Tom McCormick discuss college plans wifh AssisTanT Principal, Mr. Paul Wagner PAUL WAGNER, AssisTanT Principal-DePauw Univ., A.B.g Miami Univ,g Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Indiana Univ., M,S. l V 'school running efficiently CHARLES RAMEY. Easf JAMES ROBINSON. Cen- RICHARD SULTZBACH, Uni?-Univ. of Cin- 'rral Unii'-Univ. oi Wesl Unii-WiHen- cinnaii, B.S.g Univ. of Keniucky, B.S.: Mi- berg Univ., Univ, of Keniucky: Miami Univ. ami Univ. Michigan, M.A. Fairmoni Wesi, being a campus-slyle high school. is uniquely designed io house ihree small high schools wiihin The one large school. Siudenis remain in iheir home uniis for academic work, giving Them a sense of belonging wiih +h.e siudenis and iaculiy in Jrhai building. Unii supervisors correlaie each of 'rhese small schools 'ro assure Fairmoni Wesi's operaling smooihly. Mr. Charles Ramey's morning announcemenis keep siu- ! denis informed on daily Easl' Unif aciiviiies. j Among ihe duiies of Mr. James Robinson, Ceniral Unii supervisor, is esiablishing good relaiions wiih parenls. Naiional Honor Socieiy members bring repori cards 'ro Mr. Richard Sulizbach, Wesi Unii supervisor. for his approval. Miami Univ.-English. Club: Y-Teens. Hobbies: Reading, Camping. SHIRLEY BENSINGER-Miami Univ., B.S.: Case lnsliiuie: Indiana Univ.-Algebra, Business Maih. Club: Fuiure Teachers. SHERWIN BOWSER-King's College, B.S.: Columbia Univ., MA.: Ohio Slaie Univ.: Wiiienberg Univ.-Heallh, Physical Educaiion, Alhleiic Coordinalor. Clubs: Varsiiy F, Hi-Y. Hobby: Sporls. f HUGH BROWN-Wiiienberg Univ.: Cedarville College, B.S.: Caiholic Univ. of America: Xavier Univ.: Univ. of Dayion-World Geography, Civics, Economics. Club: JCOWA. Hobbies: Fishing, Reading, Wriiing. MARY CARR-Univ. of Dayion, B.S.-Guidance Counselor. Club: Sophomore Class Adviser. Hobbies: Travel, Read- ing. MERRILLA DAVIS-Ohio Sfa+e Univ., BA.. B.S., M.A.- La'l'in, Spanish. Club: Lafin. Hobbies: Reading, Bridge. Pollhcs play Important role for sfuclen SARAH ERBAUQH-Mya,-ni Univ.. Mr. Hugh Brown's campaign scroll informs sludenis B,S,-Healfhl Physical' Educa. of lafesi poliiical developmenfs. Fion. Club: GAA. Hobbies: Music, Skiing, Golf, Tennis. RUTH EVANS-Wesl Chesier College, B.S.: New York Univ.: Univ. of Virginia-Eng- lish. Club: Torch and Key- sfone. Hobbies: Gardening. Cooking, Reading. LEAH FUNCK-Ohio Siale Univ.. B.S., MA.-Speech, Debaie, English. Clubs: Naiional For- ensic League, Thespian. Hob- bies: Reading, Music, Sew- mg. ALVIN FUNDERBURG-Manches Ter College, A.B.: Univ. of Colorado, M.S.: Bowdoin Col- lege, MA.-Algebra, Trigo- nomeiry, Solid Geomeiry, Ad- vanced Ma+h. -Club: Malh. Hobby: Colleciing Old and Rare Books. JOYCE GERBER-Wesl Virginia Univ., B.S.: Vicloria College: Miami Univ., MA.: Dayion Campus-English, Journalism. Club: School Paper. Hobbies: Ceramics, Copper Enameling, Sewing. CHARLES GRAVES-Kansas Siale Teachers College, B.A., B.S.: Univ.Vof Illinois, M.S.- Bi- ology. CINDORELLA ABELL-Wilminglon College, A.B., B.S.: DOROTHY MlLBY-Mi- ami Univ.. B.A., M. Ed.: Univ. ot Dayton -Civics, Sociology, World History. Club: JCOWA. DAVID MOORE-Bowl- ing Green Univ.. B.S.: Ohio State Univ., M. Ed.-Eng- lish. Hobbies: Travel, Music, Reading, Drama. JOSEPH REED-Mon- mouth College, A.B.: Bowling Green Univ., M.A.: Purdue Univ.: Miami Univ.: Earl- ham College-Plane Geometry. Hobbies: Sports, Otticiating. LEE RISLEY-Kenyon Col- lege, A.B.: Johns Hopkins Univ., M. A. T.-German. l Club: German. Hob- bies: Walking, For- Mrs. Cindorella Abel tamiliarizes her class with tundamentals eign Affairs ot English grammar. n social studies classes in East Unit East Unit is the setting ot many ditterent activities. Teachers and student projects. spend much time intorming students on the latest election de- English teachers employ drawings and other visual aids to velopments. Political bulletin boards and campaign scrolls are supplement the teaching ot literature. constructed to aid the social studies teachers in class discussions. Miss Eunck, East Unit speech teacher, constructed titty cos- Giant-sized slide rules, graphs, and charts assist math teachers tumes to outtit the entire cast ot the Senior Class Play. in instilling ideas in their students. All in all, the touch ot variety used by east Unit teachers Biology and chemistry teachers utilize new lab techniques adds zest and enthusiasm to the classes. JAMES SIMS-Murray State College, B.S.: indiana Univ., M.A.-Guidance Counselor. Clubs: Chess Club, Junior Class Advisor. Hobbies: Bridge, Photography, Reading. JOHN STUCKEY-Miami Univ., B.S.: Indiana Univ., M.S.: Ohio Northern-American History. Hobby: Athletics. ELBY TACKETT-Eastern Kentucky State, B.S.: Univ. ot Ken- tucky: Duke Univ.-Chemistry. Clubs: Chemistry Seminar, Chemistry. RACHEL URICK-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Eine Arts: Witten- berg Univ., B.S.: Ohio Univ.: Dayton Art Institute-Art and Cratts. Club: Junior Red Cross. Hobbies: Needle- work, Handicrafts, Music, Collecting Quotes and Poems. HELEN VOGELSANG-Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A.: Univ. ot Wyoming: Univ. ot Hawaii: Mexico City College: Miami Univ. Extension-Home Economics, Child Develop- ment, Home Management. Club: Home Economics. Hob- i bies: Reading, Sewing, Knitting, Entertaining, Photogra- phy, Bowling. STEPHEN VOGLER-Ohio State University, B.A.: Mexico College: Miami Univ.-English. Club: Youth tor Christ. Hobbies: Art, Writing. Labs and modern equipment aid the BEN ANKNEY-Miami Univ., B.A. in Ed.: Ohio State Univ.: Univ. ot Dayton: Wittenberg Univ.-Sociology and Civics. Club: Political Science. Hobbies: Reading, Golt, Athletics. PAUL BAKER-Manchester College, B.S.: Ohio State Univ.. M.A.: Miami Univ., M.A.T.: Univ. ot Colorado: Univ. ot Dayton-Chemistry. Hobbies: Cooking, Photography, Bird Watching. GARY CRAWFORD-Ohio State Univ., B.S.-English. Clubs: Creative Writing, Future Teachers. Hobbies: Reading. : Lute and Recorder Playing. CHRISTINE DEISHER-Indiana State College, A.B.: Ohio State Univ.-French. Club: French. Hobbies: Traveling, Swimming, Water Skiing. CARL FERGUSON-Cedarville College, A.B.: Miami Univ., M. in Ed.: Wittenberg Univ.: Duke Univ.-Geometry. Industrial Math. Hobby: Woodworking. CAROL FORMAN-Bowling Green Univ., B.S.-Health, Phy- sical Education. Hobbies: Skiing, Tennis, Painting. instruction of BERNICE FOWLER-Purdue Univ., B.S.: Ball State Teachers College-Home Economics. Clubs: Future Medical Ca- reers, Home Economics Club, Junior Class Advisor, Torch and Keystone. Hobbies: Sewing, Needlework. JEANNE FUNKHOUSER-Indiana Univ., B.S., M.S.-Guidance Cqunselor. Club: Y-Teens. Hobbies: Golfing, Fishing. Reading. GERALD GRILLIOT-Univ. of Dayton, B.S.: Western Michi- gan Univ.: Miami Univ.-Algebra, Plane Geometry. Hob- bies: Bridge, Insect Collecting. RUTH HEITZMAN-Bowling Green Univ., B.S.: Univ. ot Southern Calitornia, M.A.: Miami Univ.-English. Hob- bies: Reading, Music, Art. MILBURN HINDS-Ohio Northern, B.S.: Miami Univ., M.A.T. -Club: Biology. Hobbies: Moss. HOLLIS JUMP-Northwestern Univ., B.S.: Middlebury Span- ish School-Spanish. Club: Spanish. Hobbies: Theater, Music, Sports. LAUREN KLUDY-Ohio State Univ., B.S.-Physics, Science II. ROBERT KRITZER-Michigan State, B.S., M.A.-Health, Phy- sical Education. Club: Hi-Y. Hobbies: Sports, Music. MARGARET ROONEY-Ohio State Univ, B.S.: Univ. ot Wis- consin, M.A.-English. Club: Senior Class Advisor. Hob- bies: Reading, Travel, Theatre, Music. ROBERT SCHNARRE-Ohio STaTe Univ., B.S.g Indiana Univ., M.S.: WashingTon STaTe Univ., M.A.T.-Algebra, Solid GeomeTry, TrigonomeTry. Hobbies: HunTing, Fishing. EUGENE SMITH-ST. Mary's College, AB.: MarqueTTe Univ., MA.: NorThwesTern Univ.-English, Speech. Hobbies: Golf, Fishing, Reading. GEORGE TARZINSKI-Parson's College, B.A.q Univ. of Day- Ton-English. Club: Hi-Y. Hobbies: lchfhyology, Reading. MARY BEELE WARREN-Union Univ., BA.: Univ. of Ten- nessee, MA.: Sorbonneq Univ. of KenTuclcy: Ohio STaTe Univ.: VanderbilT Univ.-French. Clubs: FuTure Teachers, ,French Club. Hobbies: Traveling, Reading, Gardening- flowers. RICHARD WEST-Springfield College, B.S.: Ohio STaTe Univ., MA.-Guidance Counselor. LOUIS ZAREMSKI-Ohio STaTe Univ., B.S., B.A., M.A.: Univ., of Iowa-American HisTory, World HisTory. Club: STu- denT Council. Hobbies: SporTs, STereo Music. foreign languages in Central ade EnTering The CenTral UniT on a Typical school day, one may Tind a pep rally in session. Members oT The TaculTy and sTudenT body meeT each morning To ioin The cheerleaders in Icindling The spiriT ThaT makes FairmonT WesT Tamous. STudenTs hurry from The other Two uniTs To malce valuable use oT This before-school Time To show The members oT The Team They have The school's H076 IoyalTy. CenTral is FairmonT WesT's example oT prooT ThaT a well- rounded sTudenT musT combine academic and exTra-curricular acTiviTies. ln CenTral, Too, each sTudenT is an individual wiTh a proper goal in mind. FaculTy and adminisTraTion are very conscienTious in Their eTTorTs To guide The sTudenTs in The righT direcTion-The road To success. Mary Belle Warren poinTs ouT, The world Tamous L'Arc de Triomphe on The map of gay Paris. RUTH ANDERSON-Hasfings College, B.A.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.: Columbia Univ.: Michigan Sfafe Univ.: Ohio Univ.: Wif- fenberg Univ.: M i a mi U n i v. Exfension-Guid- ance Counselor. Hobbies: Reading, Phofography. WILLIAM ARNOLD - Wes'r J. L. WA Virginia Univ., B.S.: Anfi- och College. M. S., Mer- shall College-Chemisfry. Hobby: Reading. BAKER-Manchesfer Col- lege, A.B.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.: Case lnsfi- fufe of Technology: Univ. of Colorado: Colorado College: Oklahoma Cify Univ.-Physics, Science ll. Hobbies: Phofography, Hi- Fi, Sfereo. LTER BALSTER- Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S., M.S.: Earlham College: Bowling Green Univ.: Univ. of Dayfon - Mafhemafics. Club: Amafeur Radio. Hobbies: Reading. Elec- fronics, Wood and Mefal Workings. West Unlt's wlde variety of courses offers U niv.. Sfafe Univ., M.A.-Biol- ogy. Club: Sopho- more Class Ad- viser. Hobbies: Camping, Fishing, Travel, Phofogra- Phy- ing Green B.S.: Ohio JOAN' BU RNS-BowI- ing Green Univ., B.S.: Monfclair Sfafe Teachers Col- lege: Miami Univ. -English. Hobbies: Reading, Swim- ming, Travel. FREDA CLARK-Ea sf- JUDY ern Illinois Univ., B.S.: lllinois Sfafe Univ.: Univ. of Illi- nois-Civics, Eco- nomics, Sociology. Club: Senior Class Adviser. Hobbies: Gardening, Cook- in'g. DEARBAUGH- Univ. of Toledo, B.A -English, Hobbie's: Bridge, Reading. EILEEN GOWDY Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ.- English.Club: Sopho- more Class Adviser. LESTER H EISTAND- Heidelberg Univ., B.A.: Miami Univ., So- M.A.-Civics, ciology. Club: Sen- ior Class Adviser. Hobbies: Hunfing, Sporfs. Opporfunifies in every field and subiecf are offere in Wesf. Sfudenfs are given fhe benefif of The besf edL cafion possible in eifher college preparafory or voce fional courses. Wesf Unif, foo, specializes in developing each sh denf +o his capacify. Compefifion is inspired fhroug recognizing individual differences. Wandering fhroug The corridors of W-esf Unif, a sfranger would be inf pressed by finding fhe halls acfively used by speec sfudenfs pracficing confesf maferial. Excellenf 'reaching sfaff, fogefher wifh fhe variei curriculum and visual aids assure Fairmonf Wesf sh. denfs fhe besf preparafion for fhe fufure. Special apparafus aids Mr. J. L. Baker in insfilling knowledge i his science sfudenfs. ROBERT HILDRETH Cedarville College BS Miami Univ. ANN HILLER Manchester College AB Miami Univ M.A. JERRY HOPFENGARDNER Univ ot Dayton BS Miami Univ M Ed Bowling Green Umv Guidance Counse- lor Club Junior Class Adviser Hobbies Athletics Read- FREDERICK KNIESLY Purdue Univ BS Univ otMlch1gan, MA Wittenberg Univ Algebra Club Junior Class JOSEPH KULDAU Heidelberg College BA Ohio State Univ MA Speech English Club National Forensic ETHELYN McMlLLAN Univ ot Michigan BA in Educ.: American Umv Miami Univ American History World History Club JCOWA Hobbies Reading Travel. extensive opportunities for future advancement FRANK MONNIN-St. Joseph's College: Univ. ot Dayton, B.A.g Xavier Univ.-Latin, French. Clubs: Latin, French. Hobbies: Sports, Foreign Languages. JOANNA MORITZ-Wittenberg Univ., B.S.: Ohio State Univ.- Health, Physical Education. Clubs: GAA, Cheerleader Ad- viser. Hobbies: Music, Camp- ing,, Painting. DONALD PERRY-Ohio State Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ., M.A. -Health. Physical Education. Hobbies: Sports, Gymnastics. Water Sports, Bow Hunting. BETTY SAVAGE--Ohio State Univ., B.S.-Home Economics. Club: Home Economics. GEORGE TUTTLE-Findlay College. A.B.: Ohio State Univ., M.A.I Univ. ot Michigan: Univ. ot Wisconsin: Ball State Teachers College-Algebra, Geometry. Hobbies: M u s i c, Theatre. Opera, Travel. WALTER VON GRUENIGEN- Univ. ot Kentucky, A.B., M.A.: Cincinnati A rt Academy: Cleveland lnstitute ot Art-Art and Crafts. Club: Art. Hob- bies: Hunting, Fishing. IRA BROWN-Wiffenberg Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M.A.-Business Law, Consumer Economics, Nofehand. Personal Typing. BUFORD CRAGER-Morehead Sfale College, A.B., M.A.- Bookkeeping. Hobbies: Golf, Sporfs. ELEANOR GALLAGHER-Wiffenberg Univ.. B.S.: Univ. of Cincinnafi, M. Ed.: Miami Univ.-Office Pracfice, Nofe- hand, Typing II. Club: FBLA. Hobbies: Bridge, Anfiques. LOIS HIKE-Indiana Sfafe College. B.S.-Shorihand, Personal Typing. Club: FBLA. Hobbies: Ceramics, Bridge, Gar- dening. FRANCES HOMER-Univ. of Piffsburgh, B.S., M. Ed.: Columbia Univ.: Miami Univ.: Univ. of Wisconsin-Cleri- cal Typing. Club: Y-Teens. Hobbies: Specfafor Sporfs, Swimming, Theafer. JOE LOWER-Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S. in Ed., M.A.: Univ. of Cincinnafi-Shorfhand, COE. Clubs: FBLA, Junior Class Adviser. JANE NOLAN-Wilmingfon College, B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M.A.: Univ. of Dayl'on-- Clerical Typing. Clubs: FBLA, Yearbook. Hobbies: Trailering, Sewing, Numismafics. WILLIAM POWELL-Miami Univ., B.S., M. Ed.-Bookkeeping, Record Keeping, Personal Typing. Club: Booksfore. Hobbies: Upholsfering, Fishing, Woodworking. Campus - style buildings house Business an I I Arfyping in Mr. Ira Brown's Personal Typing class provides a new incenfive for Diane Longo. I I , , Enfering fhe commercial building, one finds am enfirely differenf afmosphere. Here business sfu- denfs are faughf fhe fundamenfals of fyping, nofe-y hand, office pracfice, shorfhand. bookkeeping, busi-y ness law, business mafh, and consumer economicsf, Many of fhese sfudenfs will go on fo schools of higher learning: ofhers will secure jobs in fhis, fheir chosen field. Business English is a course fhaf is offered for fhe firsf fime fhis year. In fhis academic area, sfu- denfs are faugh bofh grammar and liferafure, wifh fhe emphasis being placed upon business. Excellenf, modern equipmenf plus well-frained feachers combine fo assure successful business lead- ers for fhe world of fomorrow. I40 Mr. Carl Ferguson enriches induslrial malhemarics wilh one of 'lhe overhead proieclors, an innovalion in each academic area. industrial Arts HANS HOLZTRAGER-Miami Univ., B.S., M. Ed.-Power Mechanics. Club: Junior, Senior Prom. Hobbies: Small Engine Repair, Gardening, Bookkeeping, Canning. RICHARD HOPPE-Ohio Wesleyan, B.A.: Miami Univ.- Driver Educalion. Club: Foorball, Track Coach. Hobbies: Arhlerics, Music, Wafer Skiing. ' TERRY MALLETT-Ohio Univ., B.S., M. Ed.-Driver Educa- rion. Club: Pep Club. Hobbies: Golf, Wafer Skiing. LEROY PERFECT-Wilmingron College, B.S.: Univ. of Cin- cinnari-Aulo Mechanics, Melals, Machine Shop. Hob- bies: Aulo Mechanics, Musician, Sporls Car Enrhusiasr. RAY POTTER-Ohio Norlhern Univ., B.S.-Drawing, Graphic Arrs. ., BENJAMIN THOMAS-Kenf Slale Univ., B.S.: Youngslown Univ.-Eleclriciry, Eleclronics. Hobbies: Handwroughr Jewelry, Learhercrafr, Slain Glass, Hi-Fi. JOHN FORBECK-Wit lenberg Univ., B.S.. M.A.: Miami Univ.- Driver Educalion, Healfh, Physical Edu- carion. Club: Reserve Baskelball C o a c h, Hobbies: S p o rls, Woodworking, Land- scaping. WYLIE GRAHAM-Ge neva College, B.S.: Indiana Univ., M.S.: Miami Univ.: Ohio Univ.: Kenr Slale Univ.: Michigan Srare Univ.-Driver Educa- lion, Audio Visual. Club: Phofography. Hobbies: Molion Pic- 'lure Phorography, Numismarics, Fishing, Model Railroads. LELAND HALL-Ohio Slale Univ., B.S.: Wiflenberg Univ.: Miami 'Univ.-Wood Shop, Sfage Craft Mechanical Drawing. Hobbies: Anriques, Arr, Meral, Pholog- raphy. , EDMUND HENDERSON -Miami Univ., B.S., M.A.-Drafling, Prin- cipal of Adull School. Hobbies: Hunring, Fishing. Variery of courses is offered in lndusrrial Arrs a+ Fairmonlr West Woodworking, machine shop, elecrronics, mechanical drawing, and drafling pro- vide sludenfrs wilh an opporluniry lo learn more in lhe vocalrional areas. Each subiecr includes an inlrensive program for 'rhe srudenr 'ro develop his ralenls lo Jrhe grearesl degree. Proiec'rs are shown in display cases and are enlered in area conlesrs, where prizes are given fo 'rhe oufslancling masrerpiece. These courses plus excellenr faciliries provide rhe besl' of lraining for lnduslrial Ar'rs majors. Hobby: TheaTre. GENE SEEBURGER-Ohio State, B.S., M.A.-Chorus. DONALD DETRICK-ManchesTer College: Ohio Wesleyan Unvi., B.M.-OrchesTra. Hobbies: PhoTography, Camp- mg ARTHUR ERESMAN-Baldwin-Wallace College. B.S.N.q Univ. of RochesTer, M.M.-Marching Band. Hobbies: Numis- maTics, Model Railroads. WESLEY HAINES-Wilmington College, B.S.: Miami Univ., M.E.-Concert Band. Hobbies: SporTs, Reading, Playing Music. Fine arTs provide an opporTuniTy Tor sTudenTs To ex- hibiT talent and gain appreciaTion in arT and music. WesTonians accept The challenge offered by compeTiTion in These courses and bring many honors To Their school. AesTheTics noT only provide fundamentals, but also an awareness of The Tiner Things in liTe. lnsTrucTors give consTrucTive criTicism wiTh This ThoughT in mind, "Beauty is in The mind oT The beholden" Aesthetics combine leisure time with talent Mrs. Elizabeth Norton beams as she is able To "double" The number purchase order for The library. 13? Q M Zee-i ,ws s, 4. .7 of books on her RUTH BUSSER-Adrian College, B.S.: Univ. of KenTuclcy, M.S.: Ohio STaTe: North- wesTern Univ.: Miami Univ.: Univ. oi Day- Ton-Librarian. Hob- bies: Reading, WaTer Color Painting, Gar- dening. ELIZABETH NORTON- Univ. of Keniuclcy, A.B.: Univ. of Cin- cinnati: Columbia Univ., Old Dominion College-L i b r a r- ian. Hobbies: PainT- ing, Sewing. Mrs. Betty Gvoetcheus demonstrates the importance ot a main :ttice secretary in keeping a large school running etticiently. BETTY G-OETCHEUS CHARLOTTE ROBINSON JEAN THOMAS Fairmont West's diversity ot activity necessitates the employment ot etticient, courteous, and well-trained administrative secretaries. Mrs. Charlotte Robinson, secretary to Principal Al- tred Bolender is assisted by two capable individuals, Mrs. Betty Goetcheus, secretary to Mr. Paul Wagner and boolclceeper, Mrs. Jean Thomas. Efficient secretaries asset to daily schedule LAURA STUCKEY East EVELYN E BROWN Central EVELYN SOREN SON West Announcements, tardy blanks, directions, scholar- ship sign-ups, summer school intormation, duplicated material and transcripts are but a 'few ot the daily taslcs ot the three unit secretaries. Each ot these individuals capaloly maintains the records tor the 550 students in her unit. As a liaison person between faculty and students, the secretary maintains the etticiency ot the unit. Unit secretaries: Mrs. Evelyne Brown. Central: Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson, West: Mrs. Laura Stuclcey, East. Shiny briqhl-fhafs howihese cusfodians, Mr, Paul Arlhur, Mr. Doug Rawlins, and Mr. Carl' Hofferberlh keep our school. . ' Q Students enloy extra conveniences provide Across hills and dales, fhese 'fine bus drivers provide 'lransporfalion for many Fairmonf Wesl' High School sfudenfs. ronT Row Doreen ClayTon, Vera John, Helen l-lermeTz, ElizabeTh LisT, Doris Row 2: Geneva Evans. Zella Bilbrey, Ursel Chain, Mario loberTs MargareT HursT, ErnesTine Cox, Phyllis McCuTcheon, Harriei' SeberT. Mayes, Mabel SmiTh, DoroThy Bogan, Lorraine DoTTa. service staff of Fairmont FairmonT WesT consisTs oT seven modern buildings on a spacious campus which houses over sixTeen hundred sTudenTs. Because oT The size oT The school, There are many iobs done day in and day ouT which go unnoTiced. People who perTorm These services oTTen do noT receive The crediT They deserve. CusTodians are kepT busy providing services To keep The large campus running eTTicienTly and making build- ings look Their besT.- Every school day is begun wiTh The school buses driving sTudenTs To school. Bus drivers, wiTh Their Triendly and helpliul aTTiTudes. help us sTarT The school day righT. CaTeTeria workers perTorm anoTher necessary service daily Tor The ben-eTiT of The sTudenT body. Each day Tinds These employees busily preparing well-balanced lunches Tor The TaculTy and sTudenT body. UTilizing The small amounT oT Time in which This huge Task musT be accomplished shows The compeTency oT These caTeTeria workers. CusTodians, bus drivers. and caTeTeria workers are a viTal reason why FairmonT WesT conTinues To be an ouTsTanding school. Coach John Forbeck Tinds a hearTy lunch is "iusT The rie Burgess, Francis West A.F.S. reception provides an opportunity for foreign exchange students and club members to share fun and ideas. Foreign students stimulate West's interest Carmen Noseda and Tony Cramer take 1 part in a favorite American pastime. Cultural exchange enriches the lives of Carmen Noseda and her American home, the A. W. Pease family. ln The I962-63 school year The American Field Service Program, commonly known as A.F.S., was iniTiaT- ed aT Fairmonf WesT. FirsT foreign sTudenT, Carla Fariloi, came from lTaly, and lasT year Wesf hosfed Brazilian Carlos CouTo. In The currenT year Fairmonf WesT is forTunaTe To have Two foreign sTudenTs. A.F.S. sTudenT. Carmen Noseda, hails from Cordoba, ArgenTina, Randi Aagesen hails from Norway. Carmen, who resides wiTh The A. W. Pease family, is a perT, peTiTe, bruneTTe who sparkles wiTh enThusiasm. She is eager To see all The Things "American" before she reTurns home This summer. She enioys foofball and baskeTball buf wresTling confuses her. She sTudies hard and can boasf of all A's and B's. Randi, also an acfive bruneTTe, is very sporTs minded. She misses The winTer sporfs she enioys in her naTive Norway buf enjoys such sporTs as foofball and wresTling. AlThough Randi is noT affiliafed wiTh A.F.S. she is a very inTegral parT of The exchange program. Randi is also an excellenT sTudenT. Fairmonf WesT is Truly proud To call boTh Carmen and Randi Wesfonians. Teacher GranT McDaniel looks on as Carmen Noseda and Randi Aaqesen play skiffles for The firsT Time. an mores and cultures of other lands Randi demonsTraTes arTisTic abiliTies as she learns Techniques of American arT. zarah Wagner, Randi Aagesen, Barb Lynch, Carmen Noseda, and Mr. Paul Wagner discuss The many ispecTs of WesT's exTensive curriculum. Froni' Row: Bev Longman, Barbara Grolf, Marlha Wolfe, Anile Whifeman, Byrd, Paul Marshall, Dorolhy Merrill, Belly Ann Hoener, Barb Lynch, Karen Alice Roberlson, Kaye Arnold, Gene Relske, Sylvia Kniess. Row 2: Nancy Slahr, Marilyn Madden. Row 4: Pele Fowler, Doug Roof, David Wise, Linda Clark, Susan Kohl, Nancy Silas, Lynne Lovering, Julie Braden, Sandy Harding, Auwers, Paul Wyckoff, Diana Kroemer, Donna Ecfon, Dale Sfemple. Co-curricular endeavors enrich ecluccltioncl Mr. Elby Taclcefl' helps Barb Grofl, Roberl Binning, and Sally LiHle review . l lheir chemislry in preparalion for scholarship feam cornpelifion, Sue Marlin recipienl of Nalional Teachers of English award reaps lhe rewards of her accomplishmenls. WEP' :ronf Row: AniTa Brewer, Joane Kinzig, KaThy Conly, Elaine Yoe, Sue MarTin. RoberT Binning, Jerry Sfimmel, Karen Moore, PaT ForsThoTf, Emerson Horner, lanis Toll, KaTie MaclnTyre, Carol HarT. Rick Childress, Andy SeyberT. Row 2: Bill Kinnard, Reed Dils, George Nassif, Tom Jackson. Row 4: Dan Allen, Bill 'Xmelia WrighT, PeTe Thompson, George Anglemyef, Ben Ramaley, Judy Schuerholz, Tom McCormick, David Burns, Tim OosTing, Robbie McGraw, FenTon, Larry DieTz, Glenn Elcey, David Brown, John Gessaman. Row 3: Jack Harding, Jim Hall. experiences ca cl br' h To West Revlewlng Sublecl malle' for many Weeks' Semors Phil Brown memorizes his Voice of Democracy speech. aT FairmonT WesT Toolc eliminaTion TesTs and were chosen Tor The scholarship Team. OT all Those who compeTed Tor Team posiTions, only 78 were chosen. Proving Themselves wor+hy of Their posiTions, The Team members placed six members in The DisTricT wiTh 3l Honorable MenTions, Tive members in The CounTy wiTh 49 Honorable MenTions, and Two members in The STaTe wiTh 2l Honorable MenTions. Dale STemple placing Tour- TeenTh among The boys and Sharon Dinsmore placing ThirTeenTh among The girls were WesT's conTribuTions To STaTe winners. Phil Brown, one oT WesT's ouTsTanding seniors in The Tield of speech, won The CounTy and placed second in The DisTricT in The Voice oT Democracy conTesT. Placing runner-up in The naTional English compeTi- Tion, Sue lv1arTin received The highesT honor a FairmonT WesT sTudenT has ever accomplished in The NaTional English Council ConTesT. Diversified acfivities prove inspiring in Mr. Joseph Kuldau's English Ill- Speech class, as Linda l-ledden's dramatic interpretation illustrates. Julie Hillgruber and English leacher, Miss Margaret Rooney, discuss a current literary review in the latest issue of Life magazine. English and speech students attain skill Mrs. Joan Burn's English class agrees group participation proves to be an effective in- centive in providing thought-provoking ideas when reviewing The Scarlet Letter. Judy HorsTman. PaT ForsThoTT, Joyce Dicke, and :andy Harding porTray The wiTch scene Trom MacbeTh" Tor Mr. Vogler's senior English class. Tears, sobs, laughs, exclamaTions, and quoTes en- able speech sTudenTs To express emoTions and ideas. Under The professional guidance oT Miss Leah Funk, Mr. Joseph Kuldau, and Mr. Eugene SmiTh, each sTudenT receives individual aTTenTion To beTTer his own abili+y. English-speech and English-debaTe are available in The junior year: conTesT speech, debaTe, and beginning speech are open To all sTudenTs, regardless of class. STudenTs noT only gain valuable experience in class parTicipaTion buT also meeT wiTh compeTiTion Trom oTher schools in area TournamenTs. TournamenTs give sTudenTs an incenTive To excel in Tields of humor, drama, ex- Temporaneous speech, oraTory, or debaTe. Reading and acTing also combine To Torm an im- porTanT role in The English program. William Shake- speare's works consTiTuTe a large porTion of The sopho- more and senior year. Sophomores cover a small parT oT world liTeraTure. while American liTeraTure is The Tocal poinT oT all sTudy during The iunior year, wiTh The read- ing oT Moby Dick, The Scarlef LeT-Ter, The Red Badge of Courage, The LasT of The Mohicans, and Walden. Seniors are required To prepare Themselves Tor col- lege wiTh "MacbeTh", Ivanhoe, Lord Jim, The ReTurn of The NaTive, and Kidnapped, in Their course which em- phasizes English liTeraTure. Each year English composiTion and grammar are sTressed To insTrucT sTud.enTs in The arT oT expressing Themselves. Speech and English programs aT FairmonT WesT are Truly of greaT disTincTion as They oTTer unexcelled opporTuniTy Tor expression and preparaTion Tor college. n communication l Donna Ecfon exemplifies her Tour years of speech by being The only girl member of The A-Debafe Team. Judy Merrifield. Bob Williams. Charles Sinclair. and John Thomas find that a miniature chariot is worth a thousand laughs in Mr. Frank Monnin's Latin l class. Gene Retske reflects that even a dunce should know English is "verboten" in German lll class. language classes cultivate international Nancy Ridd and Susan Heinrich improve their spoken language ability in French lll by reciting dialogues. I l l Wifh 'rhe greaf amounf of Fairmonf sfudenfs par- ficipafing in fhe Foreign Language Sfudy Tour, knowledge of some foreign language seems almosf compulsory. For- funafely Fairmonf Wesf offers many languages. Ingenuify of mighfy Caesar's fighfing, fhe melodic qualify of Cicero's orafions. and fhe horrid Troian War consfifufe four years of Lafin. Concise sfudy of grammar, reading of Colomba and Fanny, and ofher greaf French aufhors comprise 'rhe French program. ln Spanish, sfudenfs sfrive for fluency in speaking and wrifing, and read Don Quixofe and ofher perfinenf Spanish liferary works. German sfudenfs also sfrive for perfecfion in every- day conversafion and grammar. German lll is being of- fered for fhe firsf fime and in fhis class sfudenfs have fhe privilege of wearing a "dunce cap" if-fhey speak any English. ln addifion fo classes, each language has ifs own club, which meefs affer school approximafely once a monfh. Rising fensions in 'roday's modern world make fhe knowledge of languages more necessary and pracfical. ommuniccltion, concern, and understanding Beffy Ann l-loener and Dave Cox sfudy a map of France hoping fo make pracfical applicafion of fheir knowledge of The language when fhey visif fhe counfry. Marlin Holsinger and Jim Barnes find lhere is give and lake in a polilical debafe. Sue Dooley and Jill lrvin learn mechanics of democracy. . . . Sfudenis lnsu re continuation of clemocrclcy Mrs. Freda Clarlc's sludenfs improve undersfanding of world affairs 'through supplemenlary use of Senior Sclwolasfics. l i l i i l l I Students passing through corridors realize wealth ot reterence material used in Mrs. Ethelyn McMillan's social studies class. i through extensive study of social sciences World events are the tocal point in Fairmont's social studies program. World geography opens to students the wonders ot the earth and the measures each country has or has not used to harness the powers ot nature. World history brings the glories ot Rome, architec- ture ot the Greeks. explorations ot the Vikings, grandeur and pomp ot the English and French. voyage ot Colum- bus. growth ot nationalism. imperialism. colonization, the 'tragic world wars. and the probl-ems ot modern day society vividly alive to students. American History. a required course tor every jun- ior. makes each student realize how America has struggled tor its treedom. and how precious this unique 'Freedom is. By studying the lives ot tamous patriots such as Nathan l-lale. Paul Revere, Betsy Ross. Abraham Lincoln, Eli Whitney, Dr. Jonas Salk, and President John F. Ken- nedy, Fairmontonians receive a true picture ot the struggle tor American independence. ' Senior social studies provides a variety ot subjects on the princi les ot world gov-ernment and society. Civics, a required class, prepares students to accept the respon- sibilities ot voting by realizing how our government works. Economics not only intorms students about pro- duction, consumption. exchange, distribution, and public tinance, but it opens their eyes to the problems that the modern economy must tace each and every day. Sociology prepares seniors tor the social complexes ot adult lite in a changing society. Teen-age problems are discussed and each student participates in trying to tind answers. Social studies is truly a large, encompassing tield which enlightens students' minds about the world in which they live. Karen Richie points to territory the United States gained from the Louisiana Purchase Bonnie Penny explains one of flue liner poinis of a, geomelry problem fo Ralph Pierce, Carolyn Clifford, and Tom Walther. Math and science promote understanding Always ready in advance, lab assislanls Lynn Girlon ancl Terry Fraze fake lime 'lo pre- Clmemislry laboralory is a place of new discoveries lor pare fine compounds used in making carbon dioxide. Nancy Silas and Linda Williams. STudy oT science encourages The developmenT and applicaTion of Theory in individual laboraTory work and experimenTaTion. AbiliTy oT sTudenTs To apply This Theory is The greaTesT measure oT whaT each has learned. Biology, The sTudy of planTs and animals: chemisTry, The sTudy oT maTTer: physics, The sTudy oT physical Torcesg :Science ll, TurTher sTudy in The area OT general science: yand Biology ll, a newly-oTTered Tield oT sTudy designed ITo.place special emphasis on bio-chemisTry, are courses loTTered To all FairrnonT WesT sTudenTs. Seminars are made 'available To all sTudenTs seeking greaTer knowledge in The science Tield. Good background in maTh is essenTial Tor success- Tul compleTion of The science curriculum. lv1aTh Teaches 'sTudenTs To Think and sTrive Tor a soluTion. Algebra. wiTh iTs complicaTed quadraTic equaTions, geomeTry, wiTh iTs linTricaTe Triangles. and TrigonomeTry, wiTh iTs numerous lsines and cosines presenT challenging problems Tor sTu- IdenTs To solve. l WiTh The power man possesses Today, knowledgebof "naTh and science is mandaTory To increase and broaden one's scope oT naTure's wonders. 1 l i l l i l ReadiusTing her microscope, Jucly Brubaker focuses on mysTeries of life of complex and precise world -1 i Mr. Alvin Funderburg demonsTraTes Techniques in The use of The slide rule To The members of his advanced geomefry class. l s 1' ff' afs G ,K in V, .-sf U ' 'f kgs. Pele Fowler and his leacher, Mr. Beniamin Thomas, discuss lhe nexl slep in a proiecl' in lhe complicaled field of eleclronics. Sally Andres learns lhai using lhe sleam iron is iusl one slep foward a finished producl in a home economics class. Vocational courses develop individual Paiien ce, concenlrafion. and a desire lo learn are pracliced by Dick Mounl lo complele a proiecl' in induslrial arls. er i Rick Gross, whose loolbali porlrails were soid To looosl The Treasury of 'lhe arf club, painls a life-like piclure of Pally McSherry. Nancie Fisher shows concenlrafion is lcey lo perfecfion. Individual talents are expressed in art, Miss Rachel Uriclc demonsfrales fhe use and imporfance of color io inleresfecl arf sfudenfs. 1 i 1 i i P P Faf lvianley's pracfical experience gleaned from home economics was used 'fo excellenf advanfage when she supervised and de- signed fhe making of eighfy weskifs for Fairmonf Wesf's Girls' Chorus. l f' ' d f rmance nierest, pro lclency, an per o i i . . . Fairmonf Wesf offers a wide variefy of vocafional ourses which are designed fo help sfudenfs develop kills in fhe areas of business, indusfrial arfs, and home conomics. Elecfion of a vocafional subjecf wifhin fhe xfensive curriculum provides fhe opporfunify fo gain roficiency in fhese areas. Co-operafive Office Educafion, personal and clerical fyping, nofehand, business law, bookkeeping, shorfhand, and office pracfice enable fufure secrefaries and office l orkers fo gain knowledge fhaf will be beneficial and gpplicable in an office sifuafion. lndusfrial Arfs courses frain fufure workers in fhe fields of mechanics, elecfronics, prinfing, draffing, wood- lworking, graphic arfs, and mefals. These subiecfs are lfaluable in aiding fhe sfudenf fo make pracfical applica- fions in fhe home, enabling him fo enfer vocafional schools, and preparing him for employmenf. l Fufure homemakers learn skills in clofhing and failor- 'ing, foods and baking, and home managemenf. Child de- elopmenf includes a fhree-week Red Cross course in ofher and Baby Care. This exfensive program feaches fudenfs how fo esfablish more comforfable and happy omes for fheir families. Diverse offerings of curriculum in fheir vocafional reas enable sfudenfs fo be prepared fo accepf any fu- ure challenge. arb Locke realizes fhe imporfance of good posfure and fhe fouch ysfem as being a necessary qualificafion for a good fypisf. ' Long awai+ed, senior year offers overwhelming challenges 'ro each prospecrive graduafe. Siuclies. pressures, anxiefies. responsibilifies, dreams- make noi an easy year, buf one worfh +he ihrill of being a senior. Each day brings sfudenfs closer +o 'rhe exci+emen1', 'rhe joys. fhe rears of graduafion, knowing +ha+ commencemenf is no'r an end buf a beginning. l62 I AA ii... SpiriTs swing high as iunior girls do Their Tri-weekly exercises in physical educaTion classes. usic, and physical education classes FairmonT WesT's curriculum concenTraTes on de- veloping sTrong bodies as well as sTrong minds. Through physical educaTion classes each sophomore and iunior receives exTensive Training in many sporTs areas. BoTh boys and girls parTicipaT.e in volleyball, gym- nasTics, badminTon, soTTball, Tennis, baslceTball, and Traclc. OTher girls' sporTs include Tield hoclcey, Table Tennis, encing, golT, and archery. Boys' sporTs also include soccer, speedball, TooTball, wresTling, and horseshoes. AlThough mosT oT The girls' and boys' acTiviTies are eparaTed, all sophomores parTicipaTe in a co-recrea- ional program which includes square dancing and social dancing. For Those who wish To sTrive Tor cerTain goals, he physical educaTion deparTmenT also has TesTing pro- rams which are v-ery challenging. Music and arT presenT a chance Tor creaTive sTu- enTs To express Themselves in a varieTy oT ways. ArT lasses begin wiTh a general learning oT color and de- ign, Then sTudenTs are Tree To work in areas in which hey are mosT inTeresTed. This freedom inspires sTudenTs y waTching oThers and seeing Their own errors and Trong poinTs. OrchesTra, marching band, concerT band, sTage and, girl's choir, and chorus comprise FairmonT WesT's usic program. Marching band performs aT all TooTball ames and provides an excellenT opporTuniTy Tor sTu- enTs To show Their ingenuiTy in marching and playing imulfaneously. This year The band and chorus combined o produce an excellenT presenTaTion of The new Alma aTer. WesT's orchesTra works diligenTly ThroughouT The ear To presenT many diTTiculT and skilled performances. ll of These areas require pracTice, paTience, and hard orli To develop proficiency. Clear, rich Tones oT TalenTed voices are The proclucTs of a well-clirecTed chorus. I E 5 x x f AAEGSEN, RANDI-Namsos, Norway, 2, 3: AFS 4: GAA 4. ABERNATHY, RlCHARD-Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Foofball 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Laiin Club 2, 3. 4, Presiclenl 4: Varsi+y "F" Club 3, 4. ADAMS, CHTISTINA ADAMS, KAREN-Brookside High School, Sheffield Lake, Ohio, 2, 3: Creaiive Wriiers Club 4: GAA 4: Li- brary Assisianl 3: Pep Club 4: Yearbook 4. ADAMS, TIMOTHY-Pa'Herson Cooperaiive High School 2. AGENBROAD, WILLIAM-Gymnaslics 3. ALBERY. WILLIAM-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 2: French Club 3, 4: Hall Moniior 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Thela Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeanl-ai-Arms 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. ALEXANDER, LARRY-lnrramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Siage Crew 2. ALEXANDER, STEVE-Class Officer 2, Vice Presicleni 2: Gymnasiics 3, 4: Fooiball 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: lnframurals 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4. ALLEN, DANNY-Troy High School 3: Band 4: Class Play 4: Pho+ography Club 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Yearbook 4. ALLEN, JOHN-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3: Class Play 4: Deloa+e 3, 4: lniramurals 2, 3: Jr. Reol Cross 4: Mafh Club 4: Polilrical Science 4: Science Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. ALSPACH, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: lniramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: La+in Club 2: Oper- eiia 2 3, 4: Orchesira 2, 3, 4: Poliiical Science 4: The+a Hi-Y 2: Torch and Keysfone 4: Wresfling 2. ALTENBURC5, DAVID-Foolball 2: NFL 3, 4. ALTHERR, LINDA-Marii 'High School 2: Block "F" 3: Eprlgch Club 3: JCOWA 3: Library Assislani' 3: Pep u 3. AMAND, CHERYL-Class Play 4: GAA 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Jr. Recl Cross 3: Laiin Club 2: Pep Club 4: Youih for Chrisl 4. AMAND, LINDA-Block "F" 3: GAA 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Siucleni Secreiary 4: Youih for Chrisi 3, 4, Secre- 'rary 4. ANDERSON, SAIL-Wayne High School 2: AFS 4: Ari Club 3, 4: FHA 3: French Club 3, 4:' FTA 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. ANDREWS, FRANK-French Club 2, 3: lnframurals 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Tennis 2, 3. Cindy Jones and Doclie Merrill presenf Firsf-Place frophy for Holiday af Home Floaf Conlesl fo Mr. Alfred Bolender. in Fairmont West seniors symbolize pioneers if Q ANG-LEMYER, GEORGE-Boys lnframurals 2: Gym- nasfics 2, 3, 4, Co-Capfain 4: Varsify "F" Club A 3, 4. APPLEGATE, SANDRA-Chorus 4: FTA 3. 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 4: Rhyfhmeffes 4: Spanish Club 3. ARGABRITE, KAREN-FBLA 3, 4: GAA 2. 3, 4: Hall lvlonifor 4' Pep Club 3.4. ARMACOST, DIANE-Chorus 4: JCOWA 2, 3: Op- ereffa 4: Pep Club 2, 3.4: Rhyfhmeffes 4. ARNOLD, JENNIFER-Creafive Wrifers Club 3: GAA 2, 4: Gymnasfics 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lafin Club 2: Library Assisfanf 2: Pep Club 2: PBX Operafor 4: Russian Club 3: Y-Teens 2. ASBU RY. STEPHEN ASHMUN, KATHY-Block "F" 4: GAA 3: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 3, 4. ASZLING, PATRlClA-Chorus 4: Class Play 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: French Club 2: Office Assisfanf 3, 4: Opereffa 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. ATHA, KATHARINE--Bishop's School, La Jolla, Cali- fornia, 2, 3: Chorus 4: FTA 4: Opereffa 4: Span- ish Club 3. ATHERTON, SANDRA-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3,-4: lnframural Manager 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. AUSTlN, SANDRA-FBLA 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl' 4: Pep Club 2': Y-Teens 2. AUWERS, LINDA-Debafe 3: French Club 3. 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Honor Seminar 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lafin Club 2, 3: NFL 3: Pep Club 2: Polifical Science 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. l BABER, CLAUDE-Class Play' 3: Stage- Crew 2, 3, 4. BAINTER, BARBARA-GAA 2: JCOWA 4: Latin Club 2: Operetta 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Rhythmettes 3, 4. BAKER, THOMAS-Creative Writers Club 3: lntra- ,murals 2. BARTLETT: JAMES-Beoltord High School, Massachu- setts, 2: Hall Monitor 4: Intramurals 2, 3, '4: JCOWA 4. BEAM, LARRY-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 4: Cross Country 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Varsity "F" Club 3, 4: Wrestling 2,3,4. BEARZY, BEVERLY-GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhythmettes 3: Spanish Club 3: Yearbook 4, Busi- ness Manager. BELL, ROBERT BINNING, ROBERT-Parlcway High School, St. Louis. Missouri, 2, 3: National Merit Finalist 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. BLACK, LORA--Youth tor Christ 2, 4. BLAIR, LOlS-Banol 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3: Gym- nastics 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Junior Achievement 4: Pep Club 3, 4. BLAKEMAN. BONNlE-GAA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3, 4: Latin Club 4: Softball 3. Seniors, sports, spirit spell victory for West Students yell, i'Team Rah" as the senior members ot the tootball , , squad prepare tor a big game. AYTES, SUSAN-Henry Ford High School, Detroit, 2. BLOOMFIELD, CYNTHIA-FBLA 2: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 2. BLUME, GREGOREY-Xenia High School, 2, 3: Band 4: Junior Achievemenl 3. BOGGS, TERRI-Fl. Lauderdale High School, Florida, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Class Play 4: FTA 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. BOHARDT, THOMAS-lniramurals 2, 4: Fooiball 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Wresiling 3: Siudenlr Council 3, 4, Presicleni 4: Varsily "F" Club 2, 3, 4. BOOKWALTER, SHARON-Ari' Club 2, 3: Block "F" 4: GAA 2, 4: German Club 2: JCOWA 3, 4: P-ep Club 2, 3. BORDEWISCH, ELLEN-Block "F" 4: GAA 2. BRADEN, JULIE-AFS 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3.4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4, Presicleni 4. BRAMBLE, JAMES-lnlramurals 2. BRANDENBURG, MADALYN-GAA 2, 3: Hall lvloni- ior 4. BRANDENBURG, MICHAEL-Gymnasiics 3, 4, Co- Capiain 4: Hall Monilor 3: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4. BRANDER, TRINA-Class Play 3: , Class Officer 2, Social Chairman 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3: Hall lvloniior 3: lniramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3: Laiin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhyihmelles 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 4: S+uden'r Council 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Yearbook 4. BRANDT, WILLIAM-Bancl 2, 3: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Elecironics 4: Hall Moniior 4: The'ra Hi-Y 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 4. BRANNAN, KATHLEEN-GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Oper- eiia 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhyihmeiures 3, 4, 4+h Corporal 4. BRANUM, TRENTON-JCOWA 3. BRAUN, PAMELA-FBLA 4: GAA 2, 31 JCOWA 3, 47 Junior Achievemenl' 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Wise Fools 4. BRECKENRIDGE, TERRY-Gymnaslics 2, 4. BREWER, ANITA-FMA 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3, 4: Iniramural Manager 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BRIGEMAN, CAROL-FMA 2, 3, 4, Presiclenl 4: GAA 2. Bos n fran porfalion class realize workng fogefher makes 'rhings fick. Combining education and co-operation provides BRILL, DAVID-FBLA 4: Gymnaslics 4: lnlrramurals 2, 3.4: Pep Club 4. BRINCK, BARBARA-Library Assis+an'r 2, 3. BROCK, MARILYN-Class Play 4: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Opereila 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhy'rhmeH'es 3, 4, Isl Corporal 4. BROWN, DAVID-Arr Club 2: Cross Couniry 3: JCOWA 4: Lafin Club 3: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Wresiling 2: BROWN, PHILIP-Creaiive Wrilers Club 4: Debaie 3, 4: Hall Monilror 2: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3. 4: Polifical Science 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Russian Club 2: Torch and Keysfone: Yearbook 3, 4, Eclilorain-Chief 4. BROWN, THOMAS-Culver lvliliiary Academy, Indiana, 2, 3: Alpha Phi-Hi-Y 3, 4: lnlramurals 4. BROWNELL, JACKLYN-Baskelball 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnlrramural Manager 3: Soliball 2, 3, 4. BUNTING, RICHARD-FBLA 4: Foolrball 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: Pep Club 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4: Wresiling 2. BURNS, DAVID-Bancl 2, 3, 4: Chess Club' 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenf 2: Class Play 3, 4: Creaiive Wrilers Club 3, 4, Secrelary 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl' 3, 4, Vice Presicleni 3: La'rin ,Club 2: lvlaih Club 3, 4: Naiional Merii Finalisl' 4: Polilical Science 4, Presi- denl 4: Swing Club 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Wise Fools 2, 3, 4. BUSSELL, JAMES-Elecironics 3, 4: Wresiling 4. BYRD, SHARON-Class Play 3: Creaiive Wriiers Club 3, 4: Debaie 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moni- Jror- 3: Honor Seminar 3, 4: Hockey 4: JCOWA 3: La'rin Club 2, 3, 4: NFL 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Wise Fools 2, 3, 4. CALIHAN, GARY-lniramurals 2. Sludenl leacher, Miss Lingler, helps a group of senior girls wilh college plans. seniors with special key lo doors of success CAMERON, KAREN-Ari Club 4: Class Officer, Treas- A urer 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniror 3: Baskelball 2, 3, 4: Operella 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3.4: Rhylhm- e'Hes 2, 3, 4, Top Sergeanl 4. CAMPBELL, DAVID l CARNRIGHT, MARY-GAA 2, 3. 4: French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. CAUPP, LORETTA-Chorus 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2: Pep Cl b2. CHANFY, MARSHA-Carroll High School 2. 3. CHILDRESS, RICHARD-Bancl 2, 3: German Club 3: Gymnaslics 3: Hall lvlonilor 4: JCOWA 3: Lalin Club 2: Thera Hi-Y 3. CHOATE, ROBERT-Chess Club 3, 4: lnlramurals 2. 3. 4: Junior Achievemenl' 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. CHRISTMAN, CARL-Hall Moni+or,4: lnlramurals 2: Library Assislanr 3. CLARK, JENNIFER-Class Play 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operelra 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 3. 4. 2ncl Serqeanl' 4. CLARK, JOANNE-COE 4: FBLA 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3. CLARK, NANCY-Ari Club 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Lalin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. COE, SUSAN-Chorus 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Operella 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 3, 4. M John F eeman nd Dr Roberi Jacobs ass sl' sen or Bob Sk nner off baille- feld of Fa moni Wesi s fgh+ ng Dragons Experience is foundation of seniors' lives COLLINS, DEBORAH-Block "F" 3: Class Play 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: O ereiia 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Rhyihmeiies 4: Spanish Cliib 3: Siudenl Council 4. COLLINS, EVERETTE-Vandalia Builer, 2, 3: Library Assisiani 4: Pep Club 3: Siage Crew 2, 3. COLLINS, RANDALL-lnrramurals 2, 3. COLVIN, RICHARD-lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Fooiball 2, 3. COLVIN, VICKI-Chorus 4: Class Play 4: Crealive Wriiers Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Poliiical Science Club 4: Opereila 4: Wise Fools 3.4. CONLY, KATHLEEN-French Club 2, 3. 4: FHA 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4. News Ediior 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. COOK, JAMES-Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4: lniramurals 3: Li- brary Assisianl 3: Varsiiy "F" 3, 4. COOK, SHARON-GAA 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Seminar 2: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Yearbook 4. COTTER, CHARLES-German Club 2, 3: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Thela Hi-Y 3, 4: Track 2. COX, PHYLLIS-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operelia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. CRAMER, TONY-Debaie 3, 4: Hall Moniior 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Hi-Y, Secreiary 2, 3, 4: Fooiball 2, 3: Track 2: JCOWA 3, 4, Vice Presidenl 4: NFIL 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4. CRIGGALL, KAREN-Chorus 4: GAA 2, 3: Junior Achievemenr 3: Spanish Club 2: Opereila 4. CROSSEN, SHARON-Class Play 4: FMC 2: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA-3: Lal'in Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3: School Paper 3, 4: Youlh for Chrisl 4. CRUMRINE, ROBERT-lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball 2: Golf 2, 3, 4: La'rin Club 2. 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. CULBERTSON, ROBERT+ln'rramurals 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4. CU PP. ALVIN-Eleclronics 3. CURTIS, LANA-Chorus 3, 4: GAA 2, 4: Hall Monilor 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Operella 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. CUSHWA, ANN-Bloclc "F" 4: Cheerleader 2, 3. 4: FBLA 4: FHA 2: GAA 2, 3: Homecoming Courl' 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Yearbook 4. CYESTER, STEVE--German Club 2: Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 4. DANIELS, ARVIL-Crea+ive Wrilers Club 4. DANIELS, SUSAN-Ari' Club 3: FHA 2, 4. DAVIS, PAUL-ln'rramurals 4: Chorus 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnasfics 4: JCOWA 4: Thela Hi-Y 2, 3,' Secrefary 3: S+uden'r ,Council 3: Traclc 2, 4. DeBRA, JO ANN-GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4. DEEBEL, KAY-Ari' Club 2: FMC 2. .3, 4, Vice Presi- clen'r 4: GAA 2, 3: French Club 3: JCOWA 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club 2: Pep Club 2: Wise Fools 2: Office Assislanl 4. DEEM, JUDlTH-Class Officer 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3: Hall Monilor 4: Honor Seminar 3: JCOWA 3: Lab Assislanl' 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3. DEETER, DIANA-Ari' Club 4: FMC 3, 4: La'rin Club 2: Y-Teens 2. 3. DeHAVEN, CAROL-FMC 2: French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Lalin Club 2, 3, 4. DELL'ARlA, JOSEPH-lnlramurals 2, 3: Eleclronics Club 4: Gymnaslics 3: Pholography Club 2. DELSCAMP, GARY-German Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 4: JCOWA 4: Polilical Science 4. DENKA, MICHAEL-Foolball 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: Junior Achievemenf 3, 4, Vice Presidenl' 3: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4: Library Assisi- anl 2. DEPPENSCHMIDT, PHILIP-New Hope Salebury High School, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 2, 3. DICKE, JOYCE-Class Play 3. 4: FHA 4: FMC 3. 4, Secrefary 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3: Infra- mural Manager 4: JCOWA 3:'Jr. Red Cross 4, Treasurer 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Safely Club 3: Science Club 3: Spanish Club 2: Torch and Keys'rone 4: Slu- denf Secrefary 4: Yearbook 4. DICKERSON, DIANNE-Chorus 2. 4: FMC 3: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemeni 4: Library Assislanl 2, 3: Opereldra 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Book- sfore 3: French Club 2, 3, 4. DICKMAN, JAMES-German Club 2.3. DIETZ, LARRY-Inframurals, 3, 4: Alpha Phi 4: Foolrball 2: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Varsily "F" 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4. DILS, REED-Band 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phi 2: Thela 4: JCOWA 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: OpereHa 3, 4: Torch and Key- s'rone 4. DINSMORE, SHERRIE-Band 2: Chorus 4: Crealive Wrifers Club 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Sludenl' Office Assislanl' 3: Torch and Keysfone 4: Youlh for Chrisi 2, 3, 4, Presidenl' 4. DOGGETT, LARRY-Ar'r Club 3, 4: Lab Assislanl' 3, 4: Russian Club 3: Safely Club 2: French Club 2: Swing Club 4. DOLL, ALAN-Wreslling 2. DONAHUE, MARK-Fairview 2: lniramurals 3, 4: Hall lefllorgilor 4: Baskefball 3, 4: Track 3: Varsify "F" u 4. DOOLEY, SUSAN-Block "F" 4: Chorus 2, 4: FMC 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operella 2, 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2. DRAKOS, HARRIET-Chorus 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniror 3: lnrramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Opere'r+a 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4. DRAYTON, MARILYN-Block "F" 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 4:Y-Teens 4. DUVALL. ROGER-lniramurals 2: Youlh for Chrisl' 3.4. EARNHQEE EVA-FHA 2, 3: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 3: 4. ECKHART, MIKE-FBLA 3, 4, Presidenl' 4: Alpha Phi 3, 4, Sergeanr-a+-Arms 4: Pep Club 3: lnlramurals. ECTON, DONNA-Chess Club 4: Class Play 3, 4: De- ba're 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: Honor Seminar 3, 4: lnlramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: NFL 2, 3. 4, Vice Presiden'r 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Poli+ical Science 4: Ouill and Scroll 4:-Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Year- book 4. DENLINGER, CAROL-French Club 2, 3: FMC 2: EGLESTON, HAROLD-Thela Hi-Y 4: lniramurals 2, 3: Pep Club 3. EKEY, GLENN-Class Play 3, 4: Debale 4: Honor Seminar 2: JCOWA 3, 4: lvlalh Club 3: NFL 3. 4, Presidenl 4: Science Club 3: Torch and Key- slone 3, 4, Presidenl' 4. , ELROD, THOMAS-Lab Assislanl 4. ELY, JENNIFER-French Club 3: FTA 3: GAA 3: Jr. Red Cross 4: Library Assislanl 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. ESPOSlTO, GEORGE-Eleclrronics 3: Thela Hi-Y 3: Operella 2: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3, 4. EVANS, BETTY-FMC 2: GAA 2: Sludenl Secrelary 4: Swing Club 4: Y-Teens 3. FABER, DONNA-Class Play 3: French Club 2: JCOWA 4: Operelrla 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Rhylhmefles 3.4. FAHRNEY, SUSAN-Bloclc "F" 4: Chorus 2: GAA 2, 4: French Club 3: JCOWA 4: Operella 2: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Sludeni Secrelary 4. FARR, THOMAS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- deni 4: Class Play 3, 4: Hall lvlonilor 3, 4: Track . 3, 4: Operella 4: Science Club 2. 3: Spanish Club 3. FAULSTICH, SHEILA-Up er Arlinglon High School. Ohio, 2: Chorus 3.4: Class Play 4: GAA 4: JCOWA 4: Gperehla 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Rhyfhmelies 4. FENTON, JUDY-AFS 4: Block "F" 3. 4: Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Caplain 4: Class Play 3: Class Offi- cer 4, Secrelary: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3: Homecoming Cour'r 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Rhylhmelles 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Siudenl Council 2: Torch and Kevslone 3, 4: Yearboolc 4. FIALA, WILLIAM-Chorus 2, 3: Eleclronics 2: Infra- murals 2: Opereila 2, 3. 'F Seniors cheer "Let's Make West Best" Enlhusiaslic Pep Seclion and Rhylhm- elles display Wes+'s undying school spirilz Seniors expend hours of K .l Fall finds members of Fairmoni Wes'r's marching band pracficing for perfecfion. effort fo mciinioin FINDLAY, DIANNE-GAA 2: Pep Club 2. FINKE, CHERYL-Class Officer 3, Secrerary 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniior 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Opereira 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Presicleni 4: Rhyihmeiies 2, 3, 4: Siudeni Council 4. FISHER, JOANNE-French Club 2, 3: FTA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnasiics 3, 4:' JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisi- an'r 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Russian Club 3: Science Club 3, 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. FITZPATRICK, JACK-FBLA 4: lniramurals 2: Hall Moni- Jror 2: French Club 3: FTA 4: Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4: Pep Club 3, 4. FLAHARTY, MIKE-Elecironics 2. FLEE, ROBERT' FLETCHER, ROBERT FLORA, SHARON--COE 4: GAA 3: Pep Club 3, 4. FORSTHOFF, PATRICIA-Class Play 3, 4: Debafe 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 4: Honor Seminar 3, 4: lniramural Manager 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4, Presideni 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Torch ancl Keysione 3, 4. FOSTER. ALLEN-Gymnasiics 3, 4: lniramurals 2: Junior Achievemeni 3, 4: Pep Club 4. FOSTER, JUDI-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FHA 3. 4: GAA 2: Opereila 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 2. FOWLER, PETE-lnl'ramu rals 3: Baslcelball 2: Fooiball 2: Lab Assisiani 4: Spanish 'Club'2: Torch and Key- slone 4. FRAME, DAYNA-Block "F" 3, 4: Cheerleader 4: Chorus 4: GAA 2, 3: Gymnaslics 2, 3: French Club 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 3: lnlramural Manager 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Operella 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slu- denl Secrera ry 4. FRAZE, TERRY-lnlramurals 2. 3: Chorus 4: Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisi- anl' 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. FRAZIER, DONNA-Chorus 2. FREELAND, LARRY-lnlramurals 2, 4. GABBARD, RONALD-lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Baseball 2, 4: Baslcelrball 2: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4. GADDIS, KARAN-Class Play 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Infra- mural Manager 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 4: La1'in Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Yearbook 4: Sludenr Secrelary 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Vol- leyball 4. GALLI, NANCY-COE 4: Pep Club 3. GALLOWAY, MIKE-Polylechnic High School, River- side, California, 2, 3: lnlramurals 4: Cross Counlrry 4: Track 4: JCOWA 4: Lab Assis'ra'n+ 4: Science Club 4. GARDNER, JOHN-Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: Thela Hi-Y 4: Varsily "F" Club 4. GARRETT, DALE-lnlramurals 3. GARRISON, JOANNE-Block "F" 4: Swing Club 4. GARVIC, CAROL-Ar+ Club 3: FBLA 2, 3, 4: FHA 2: FTA 3, 41 GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 2: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: SJruden+ Secrelary 3: COE 4. Ou+s'randing Band and Rhyfhmeffes add color and exci+emen'r +o weekly fooiball games excellence of performance and GARY, STEPHEN-Ari Club 2: Elecrronics 4: FBLA 4: Theia Hi-Y 3, 4: lnframurals 2, 3: JCOWA Junior Achievemenl' 4: Maih Club 4: Science Club 2, 4: Spanish Club 2. GEBHART, BARRY GEIGER, BEVERLEY-S+. Joseph Commercial 2: COE 4: FBLA 4: GAA 3. GEORGE, DAVID-lnframurals 3, 4. GESSAMAN. JOHN-French Club 3: Baskelball 2: The+a Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presideni' 4: JCOWA 3: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. GIBBS, THOMAS-Junior Achievemeni 2, 3, 4: Library Assisfani 3: Siage Crew 3, 4: Visual Aids 3, 4. GlFFlN, NANCY-AFS 4: Block "F" 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: French Club 2: FTA 4: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3: OpereHa 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill ancl Scroll 4: Rhy'rhme+'res 2: 'S+uclen+ Council 3: Yearbook 4. GLASS, THOMAS-Hall Moniior 3, 4. GOESSLING, WILLIAM-Soufh Easf High School. Wichiia, Kansas, 2: JCOWA 4: Spanish Club 4. GOODPASTER, LORE-Chorus 4: GAA 2: German Club 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. GRANT, GARY-Cross Counlry 2: Hall lvloniior 3: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: Kappa Beia Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Lab Assisfanl' 3: Track 2. 4. E GRANT, JANET-Bancl 2, 3, 4: Baskeiball 4: Block "F" 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Youih 'For Chris: 4. GRANT, VIRGINIA-Rosarian Academy, Wesf Palm Beach 2, 3: Ari' Club 4: Pep Club 4. GRAY, SUSAN-Block "F" 3: Chorus 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: OpereHa 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Span- ish Club 3. GREENE, RONALD-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3: JCOWA 3, 4. GRIMSHAW, ROBERT-Golf 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenf 4: Science Club 4. GROFF, BARBARA-French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Lab Assislanl 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. GROSS, CHARLES-Chaminacle High School 2: Ger- man Club 3: lniramurals 3.4. Pal Forsloff, Pele Thompson, and Kafhy Conly agree language bar- riers can be broken. Schedules vary with seniors' ambitions GROSS, NORMAN-AFS 47 Ari Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl 4: Chess Club 2, 3: Class Play 3, 4: Creaiive Wriiers' Club 3: Gamma l-li-Y 2: Gym- naslics 2, 3: Junior Achievemenl 4: Lab Assislanl' 4: Opereila 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Track 3, 4. GRUEBER, ROBERT-Class Play 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Hall Monilor 4: Operella 3: Thela l-li-Y 4: Track 2: Youlh for Chrisl 4. HABEL, SUSAN-Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Quill and Scroll: School Paper 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. HALDERMAN, JANE--Block "F" 4: French Club 4: FMC 2, 3: FTA 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assisianl 2. HALL, JAMES-Band 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 2: German Club 3, 4, Vice Presidenl 3, Presidenl 4: lnlra- murals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: Science Club 2, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Ten- nis 3, 4: Thefa l-li-Y 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Varsily "F" Club 4: Wise Fools 4: Youlh for Chris? 4. 'l-lALL, JOHN-Ari Club 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Swing Club 4, Presicleni' 4. HAMMON, JAMES HARDING, JACK-AFS 4: Chorus 2: Class Pla 3, 4: Cross Counlry 2: Debale 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Gymnasiics 2, 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: NFL 3, 4, Social Chairman 4: Operella 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Thela l-li-Y 2: Torch and Keyslone 4. l-lARDlNG, SANDRA-AFS 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: Debare 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3: Hockey 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Lalin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Operelra 2, 3, 4: Senior Scholar- ship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Youlh for Chrisl 4. HARNEY, JANET-Bancl 2, 3: Cafeleria Worker 2, 3, 4. HART, CAROL-Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislani 4: Senior Scholarship Team. HART, JOHN-Foolball 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4: lnlra- murals 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club J 2, 3, 4. HARTRANFT, ELIZABETH-River Dell Senior High. Pep Club 4. HASTINGS, HAROLD-Cafeleria Worker 2, 3, 4. HASTINGS, WARREN-Track 2: JCOWA 3: Latin Club 3: Swing Club 4. HAUCK, LOUIS HAUGHT, THOMAS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chap- lain 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 3: Var- sily "F" Club 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3.4. HAWN, STEVEN-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4: Baskelball 2: lnlrarnurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. Q 4 HAYS, DENNIS-lnlramurals 2: Kappa Bela Hi-Y 4, Chaplain 4. HEDGES, MARY-Ari' Club 3: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: JCGWA 4: Math Club 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. HELLER, DOUGLAS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4: Intra- murals 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 3, 4: Pep Club 3,4. HELM, DAVID-Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniior 4: Theta Hi-Y 2: Intramurals 2. 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4, Tri-Caplain 4: Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4. HELM, DONNA-Basketball 2: FHA 4, Vice-President 4: FTA 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3: Pep Club 2. HENDERSON, LINDA-French Club 4: GAA 3: Hall Monitor 3: JCOWA 3: Lalin Club 2: Library Assist- ant 4: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 2. Seniors strive for scholarship attainment Jim Shepherd, Phil Brown, Joyce Dicke and Margeret Scharrer study those few extra minutes that lead to an "A" in academic work. Oradell, New Jersey, 3: FTA 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: HENDRICKS, ARLENE-COE 4: Library Assislanl 3. HERTZ, ARTHUR-Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Presidenl 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2: Honor Semi- nar 2: JCOWA 4: Lab Assislanl' 3: lvlalh Club 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Science Club 2: Wise Fools 4. HESS. JANET-FTA 2, 4: Pep Club 2. 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. HETZEL, JACK-German Club 3: lnlramurals 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice-Presidenl 3. HICKS, JACQUELINE-COE 4: FBLA 4: FHA 2: Jun- ior Achievemenl 2, 3: Orcheslra 2, 3: Operella 2, 3: Safely Club 2. HIGGINS, HOLLY-W. T. Wooolson, Fairfax, Virginia, 2: Arl Club 4: Block "F" 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Oper- ella 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 4. HlLDEBRANDT, LEE-Cross Counlry 2, 3, 4: Hall lvlonilor 4: lnlramurals 2, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Var- sily "F" Club 2, 3, 4: Wresllinq 3. HlLL, DEBORAH--AFS 4: French Club 2: FTA 2, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: Hockey 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4. HILL, MARVIN-Baskelball 2, 3, 4: Class Ollicer 2, 4, Presiclenl 2, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3: Varsily "F" Club 2, 3.4. HlLLGRUBER, JULIE-Chorus 3, 4: Hall lvlonilor 4: Operella 3, 4. HlNKLEY, JEFFREY-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Presi- clenl 4: Cross Counlry 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3.4. HITTE, SANDRA-Chorus 4: Lalin Club 3: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Operella 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3. 4. HOENER, BETTY ANN-French Club 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club 2, 3, 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Sci- ence Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Wise Fools 2, 3, 4. HOLCOMB, RITA-Band 2, 3. 4: FMC 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Operella 3: Pep Club 3, 4' Sollball 3: Spanish Club 3.4. HOLLAND, CHARLOTTE-Chorus 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3: Library Assislanl' 2. 3: Operella 4' Youlh for Chrisl 4. HOOVER, DOUGLAS-Junior Achievemenl 4. HORNER, EMERSON-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 47 French Club 2: German Club 3. 4: lnlramurals 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 4: Polilical Science 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3. 4. HGRSTMAN, JUDY-Class Play 3, 4: FHA 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Lalin Club 2: NFL 2, 3, 4: Operella 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Quill and Scroll: Rhylhmelles 2. 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Yearbook 4. Sen or Tom McCorm ck shows teammates he s tallest ot all. Competition sharpens seniors' initiative, HORVATH, ROSEMARY-FTA 4: JCOWA 3: Junior Achievement 2: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4: Library Assist- ant 3: Pep Club 2: Swing Club 4. HOSKET, LINDA-Class Play 4: Creative Writers Club 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Political Science Club 4: Russian Club 2: Spanish Club 2. 4: Wise Fools 2, 3, 4. HOTCHKISS, HOLLY-Chorus 2: GAA 2: Latin Club 2: Operetta 2: Ottice Assistant 3, 4: Russian Club 2. HOUCK, CHRISTOPHER-Band 2: Football .3. 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. HOUCK, RONALD-Gymnastics 2: Hall Monitor 4: Pep Club 3. HOWARD, DENNIS--West Milton High School 2: ln- tramurals 2.3.4. HOWARD, SALLY-Edgewater High School, Orlando, Florida. 2, 3. HOWELL, THOMAS-Baseball 3: Hall Monitor 4. HUEHNEL, BARBARA-FMC 3, 4: GAA 2, 4: Hall Monitor 3.4: Pep Club 2.3. HUMPHREYS, PATRICIA-Bloclc "F" 4: Chorus 3. 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 2, 3: Intramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. HUNN, CRAIG HUTTON, MICHELE-Cateteria Worker 2: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Jr. Recl Cross 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Yearbook 4. Intramural hockey creates the true Fairmontonians' will to win. interest, enthusiasm, and understanding IIAMS, LINDA INGRAHAM, JUDITH-Class Play 4: French Club 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Operetta 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Rhythmettes 3, 4. IRVIN, JILL-AFS 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: intramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operetta 2. 3, 4: Pe Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3: Ouill and Scroll 4: Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Cadet Captain 4: Stu- l dent Council 3, 4, Secretary 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Yearbook 4. JACKSON, GWENN-Block "F" 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: Operetta 2, 3, 4. JACKSON, THOMAS-Electronics Club 2, 3, Secretary 3: German Club 3, 4: Gymnastics 3, 4: Lab Assist- ant 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Key- stone 4. JACKSON. TODD-Gymnastics 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3: Theta Hi-Y 3: Varsity "F" Club 3.4. JACOBS, JEFFREY-Football 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Hall Monitor 4: Theta Hi-Y 4: Varsity "F" Club 3, 4. JACOBUS, CHERYL-French Club 2: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 3. JAMES, CAROL-Debate 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 41 Hockey 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 4. JAMESON, MITCHELL-Hall Monitor 4: Intramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. JOHNSON, CELESTE-Block "F" 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Youth tor Christ 3, 4, Vice President 4. JOHNSON, JOHN-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 3: Class Play 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity "F" Club 4: Wrestling 2. Sue Lovingood gives Bill Wright a d sgusted look as he chooses LBJ. Election year excites senior social studies JOLLAY, GREGORY-Alpha Phi l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. JONES, CYNTHIA-Art Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: Creative Writers' Club 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Operetta 2, 3. 4: Pep Club' 2: Rhythmettes 3, 4, 2ncl Lieutenant 4. JONES, JUDITI-l-FBLA 4: Fl-lA 4: Hall Monitor 4. JONES, RONALD-Football 3: Intramurals 4: Pep Club 3.4. JORDAN, JUDlTl'l-Block "F" Club 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: GAA Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4: Political Science Club 4, Secretary 4: Senior Scholar- ship Team 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Yearbook 4. JUDD, NICHOLAS-Basketball 2: Gymnastics 3.4. KALBELEISCH, CATHERINE-French Club 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. KALKAS, ANGELLA-French Club 2: JCOWA 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. KEETHLER, CHARLES-l-li-Y 4. KELLER, DIANNE-COE 4: FBLA 4: GAA 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2: Latin Club 2. KELLEY, KAREN-Art Club 4: Basketball 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: German Club 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 4. KENDFR, STEVEN-Amaieur Radio Club 4: Eleciron- ics 2, 3, 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4. KERFOOT, BRIAN-Amaieur Radio Club 4: Ari' Club 4: Pep Club 4: Swing Club, Vice-Presidenf 4. KINDY, DIANA-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2: NFL 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Rhyihmeiies 3, 4, 3rd Sergeani 4: S'ruclen'r Secrefary 4. KINNARD, WILLIAM--Band 2, 3: German Club 3: lniramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assislani' 4: La'rin Club 2: Ma+h Club 3: Opere'r'ra 3: Science Club 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Theia Hi-Y 2, 3. KINZIG, JOANE-French Club 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 4: FTA 4: GAA 3, 4: OpereHa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Rhyihmeifes 2, 3, 4, Warranf Officer 4: Senior Class Play 4: S+uden'r Secrefary 2, 4: Torch and Key- sione 4. KISER, DAN-FBLA 4: JCOWA 3: Junior Achieve- meni 2. KLINE, KAREN-FBLA 2, 3, 4, Hisiorian-Reporier 4: Library Assislrani 2, 3: S+uclen+ Secrelary 4: Year- book, Faculiy Ecliior 4. KLINF, MELINDA-Franklin Counl'y High School 2: Frankiori' High School 2, 3, Frankfort Keniucky: Ari Club 4: Pep Club 4: Youlh for Chris'r 4. KNIERIM, JAYNE-GAA 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. KNIESS, SYLVIA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: La'rin Club 3: Opere'r'ra 2, 4: Pep Club 2: Senior Scholarship Team: Torch and Key- sfone 3, 4: Youih for Chris+ 2, 3, 4. KOHL, SUSAN-French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Honor Seminar 3, 4: Baskeiball 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: lniramural Manager 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisianl 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. KOTHMAN, DAVID-Baseball 2, 3: German Club 3: lniramurals 2: Swing Club 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4: Wresiling 2, 3, 4: Youih for Chrisi' 4. KOVERMAN, LYNDA-S+. Joseph Commercial High 2: COE 4: FBLA 4: FHM 4: GAA 3: Pep Club 3. KRAMER, DEBORAH-French Club 2: Block "F" 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniior 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. KROEMER, DIANA-Class Play 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Honor Seminar 3, 4: Lalin Club 2, 3: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. KUENN, MARY-Chorus 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Gymnasiics 2: Operelia 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Spanish Club 3. LACKEY, MICHAEL-Creaiive Wri'rers Club 3: Poliiical Science Club 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Yearbook 3. 4, Associale Ecliior 4. LAQUAGLIA, LOUIS-Hall Moniior 4: lnframurals 2, 3: Kappa Bela Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3,- 4: Li- brary Assisianl' 4: Track 2, 3, 4. LASPE, HAROLD-Belmoni High School 37 Ari Club 47 Crearive Wrirers' Club 47 Russian Club 3i Swing Club 4. LAUDERBACK, STEPHEN-Kappa Bera Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Chaplain 3, Vice Presicleni 47 Iniramurals 3, 47 Track 2, 3, 47 Varsi+y "F" Club 3, 4. LAUGHLIN, LAVONNE-Ari' Club 3, 47 Chorus 47 GAA 3, 47 Lab Assisrani 47 Library Assisrani' 37 Opereila 47 Pep Club 3. LEAVERTON, 'FRED-Gymnasiics 4. LECKRONE, THOMAS-Sfage Crafl 2. 3, 4. LEE, REBECCA-FHA 37 GAA 2, 37 Pep Club'37 Slu- cleni' Secrerary 4. LENNQN, THOMAS-Flushing High School, Flushing, Michigan, 2, 3. LINTON, DAVID-Bloomfield Hills High School, Mich- igan, 27 Banol 3, 47 lnlrramurals 47 Wise Fools 4. LIRA, SUSAN-Band 27 FMC 2, 3, 47 Jr. Red Cross 47 Laiin Club 37 NFL 3. LITTLE, NANCY-Chorus 47 FHC 47 GAA 37 Opererra 47 Pep Club 3. LITTLE, SALLY-Baskeiball 3, 47 French Club 27 FMC 27 FTA 3, 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 German Club 3. 47 Hall Moniior 37 Hockey 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 37 Senior Scholarship Team 47 Siuclenf Secreiary 47 Torch and Keysione 4. LOCHNER, FRED-Band 2, 37 Elecrronics 3, 47 Junior Achievemenr 3, 47 Laiin Club 27 Safeiy Club 37 Visual Aids 3. LOCKE, CONSTANCE-French Club 3. 47 GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 47 Laiin Club 2, Treasurer 27 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. LOGAN, SUSAN-FMC 47 French Club 3, 4, Presideni' 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Honor Seminar 47 Lab Assisrani 47 La'rin Club 27 Pep Club 2, 37 Sofiball 2. LONG, JERRY-Baseball 3, 47 Baskeiball 3, 47 Gym- naslics 27 Hall Moniror 27 lniramurals 47 JCOWA 37 Varsiiy "F" Club 4. LONG, SHARON-GAA 27 Gymnasrics 27 Lai'in Club 27 Yourh for Chrisi' 3. LONGMAN, BEVERLY-Baskerball 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 47 Hall Moniror 37 Hockey 2, 3, 47 Laiin Club 2, 37 Senior Scholarship Team 47 Sofiball 2, 3, 47 Siudeni Secreiary 47 Torch and Keysrone 4. LONGO, DIANE-Class Play 3, 47 French Club 2, 37 GAA 2, 3, 47 Gymnasrics 37 lniramural Manager 47 JCOWA 3, 47 NFL 3, 4, Secrerary 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Quill and Scroll 3, 47 School Paper 3, 4. LOVERING, LYNNE-Class Play 3: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Inlramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assis'ran'r 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. LOVINGOOD, SUSAN-Block "F" 4: Class Play 3, 4: FHA 2,'4: French Club 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Lab Assis'ran'r 4: Pep Club 2,'3, 4. LOWNDES, EVELYN-Arr Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 3.4. l LUCAS, DIANE-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: Pep Club 2: Sludenl Secrelary 4: Wise Fools 4: Youlh for Chrisf 3, 4: Torch and Keys+one 4. LUTES, BARBARA+Baske'rball 2, 3, 4: FHA 2, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: lnlramural Manager 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 3. LYNCH, BARBARA-AFS 4, Co-Presidenl 4: Class Play 3: French Club 2, 3: FTA 2, 3, 4, His+orian 3, Presiden'r.4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2: Honor J Seminar 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assis+an'r 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Science Club 3. 4: Senior Scholar- ship Team: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. MAAS, BARBARA-Ari' Club 4: FHA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 2. MacINTYRE, CATHERINE-Block "F" 3, 4: GAA 2. 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemen'r 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. MACY, WILLIAM MADDEN, MARILYN-French Club 2, 3: FTA 2. 3, 4: PBX Operalor 4: JCOWA 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. MALONE, KATHLEEN-Class Play 3: FMC 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Jr. Red Cross 3: Lal'in Club 2, 3, 4: Russian Club 2, 3: Wise Fools 3, 4: Youlh for Chrisl 4. MANKER, JILL-FMC 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Spanish Club 4. Exchange students enrich senior class Randi Aagesen and Carmen No- seda discuss 'their new life al' Fairmoni wilh Sarah Wagner, Barb Lynch, and Mr. Wagner. Homecoming queen candidaies and Jrheir escorls are presenied To classmales and alumni. Seniors ploy host to 1964-1965 Homecoming e i 9 5 MANKER, JOHN-Hall Moniior 2, 3, 4: Kappa Bela Hi-Y 3, 4, Social Chairman 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Library Assisianl' 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, ,4. MANLEY, PATRICIA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FHA 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 3: lniramural Manager 3: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. MARCHAL, JAMES-lniramurals 2, 4. MARINELLI, MICHAEL-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2. 4: Base- ball 2, 3: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. MARKWELL, JOHN-Gymnasfics 2: lniramurals 3, 4: Safely Club 2. 3, 4. MARSHALL, PAUL-German Club 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 4: JCOWA 4: Laiin Club 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Tennis 3, 4. MARTIN, SUE-Ari Club 2, 3, 4: Creaiive Wriiers Club 3: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: lniramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Laiin Club 2, Social Chairman 2: Library Assisianl' 3: NFL 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Quill ancl Scroll: School Paper 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Wise Fools 4. MATHES, SHERRI-GAA 3. 4: JCOWA 3: Laiin Club 2: Youih for Chrisl' 4: Y-Teens 2. MAXWELL, DOUG-Baslceiball 2, 3. 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4. MAZAK, DONALD-Amaieur Radio Club 4: Eleclron- ics 2, 3: German Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnasiics 3, 4: Lab Assisla nl 4. MCALLISTER, CYNTHIA-French Club 2: FMC 4: JCOWA 4: Siudeni Secreiary 4: Youih for Chrisi 4. McCANDLESS, MARY-Block "F" 4: GAA 3, 4: You+h I for Chris: 2, 3, 4. l MCCARTHY, PAMELA-Bushey Hall High School. Herlfordshire, Englancl, 2: Baskelball 4: French Club 4: GAA 3, 4: Honor Seminar 3: Tennis 4. MCCORMICK, THOMAS-AFS 4: Baskelball 2, 3, 4. Caplain 4: German Club 3, 4: Thela Hi-Y 3, 4: ln- lramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: lvlalh Club 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 4. MCCURDY, LYNN-Block "F" 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: FTA 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 4. MCDANIEL, GRANT-Nelli Lee Rolh 3: JCOWA 4: Spanish Club 4: Torch and Keys+one 4. lvlcGlLVERY, DANIEL-Cross Counlry 2, 3, 4: Elec- Jrronics 4: Hall lvlonilor 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. MCGILVERY. KAREN-FBLA 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl 4: Pep Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. MCGRAW, ROBBIE-Class Play 4: German Club 3, 4: Gymnasrics 2, 3, 4: Hall lv1oni'ror 4: NFL 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN-Bancl 2, 3: Eleclronics 3, 4. MCMAKEN, ROBERT-FBLA 4: Thela Hi-Y 4: lnlra- murals 2, 3, 4: La'lin Club 2. MCMURTREY, ROBERT-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2. 3: JCOWA 3: La'rin Club 2: NFL 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. MCVEAN, RICHARD-Alpha Hi-Y 4: French Club 3: Cross Counlry 2: Eleclronics 4: lnlramurals 2: Track 2, 3. 4. MEADOWS, DAVID-Oakwoocl High School 2: Chorus 3. 4: Class Play 3, 4: Foolball 4: Operella 3, 4: Wreslling 4. Beaufiful homecoming floal represenfs many hours of seniors' hard work MEDCALF, KARL-Amaieur Radio Club 4: Elecironics 2: lnlramurals 4: Junior Achievemem' 3, 4: Science Club 4: Slage Crew 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. MEEKS, CAROL-COE 4: FBLA 2: GAA 2: Orchesira 2. 3: Opereila 2, 3: Torch ancl Keysione 3, 4: Youih for Chrisl 2, 3. MELVILLE, SALLY-French Club 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4. MENCHEN, SUSAN-Bancl 2, 3.4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3: JCOWA 3: Orchesira 2, 3, 4: Operella 2, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Sec- relary-Treasurer 4. MERRILL, DOROTHY-Ari Club 2, 3, 4, Presicleni' 4: Chorus 4: Class Play 3: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: lniramural Manager 3, 4: NFL 4: Opereiia 4: Quill and Scroll: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Torch ancl Keyslone 3, 4: Yearbook 4, Beauly Seciion Ediior 4: Y-Teens 2. MERRILL, JEFFREY-Band 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 2, 4: Orchesfra 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 4. MEUCHE, DAVID-Kenrucky Miliiary lnsIi+u're, Louisville, 2: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl' 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Thela Hi-Y 3. MEYER, GREGORY-French Club 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniror 3: Iniramurals 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 4. MEYN, ERNEST-Eleclronics 2: German Club 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. MICHAELS, JOYCE-Chorus 2: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: OpereHa 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Srudeni' Secreiary 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. MIDGLEY, SHARON-Block "F" 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. MILLER, JAMES MILLER. JOHN-Junior Achievemenl' 2, 3, 4, Presiclenl' 4: Laiin Club 2: Track 3. MILLER, MICHAEL-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3.4: Hall Moniffor 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Sludenl Coun- cil 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsiry "F" Club 3, 4: lnira- murals 2. MILLER, STEPHEN-Band 2, 3, 4: Iniramurals 3. MILLER, TYSON-Alpha 'Phi Hi-Y 3, 4: Class Play 47 Creaiive Wrifers Club 3, 4: Gymnasfics 3: Infra- murals 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl 4: Polili- cal Science 4: Science Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. MINNICK, LOREN y MITCHELL, GARY-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4: Cross Counrry 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4: Wreslling 3, 4. Senior girls chime wilh underclassmen lo make Fairmonl's Glee Club ouisiancling. Musical tones chime into seniors' lives MONCRIEF, TIMOTHY-Alpha Phi I-li-Y 2. 3. 4: Track 3, 4. MONNlN, ANTHONY-Chaminade l-ligh School 2, 3. MOORE, KAREN-Block "F" 4: FTA 2, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4. GAA Board 4: Homecoming Oueen 4: lnlramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Quill and Scroll: School Paper 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4, Secretary 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Volleyball 4. I MORGAN, JEFFERY-Baskeiball 2: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. MORRIS, PATTI-Oakwood l-ligh School 2: Spanish Club 4. MORTER, DAVlD-Lab Assisianl 3, 4. MOUNT, RICHARD-lnlramurals 2. MULLEN, DAVID-Gymnaslics 3: lniramurals 4: Track 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 4: Wresiling 2. MUNDY, GAYLE-Chorus 2, 3: French Club 2: Operella 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Yearbook 4. MURRAY, JAMES-Eleclronics 2, 3, 4, Presidenl 2: ln- iramurals 2, 3, 4. MUSELIN, WALTER-Lakeview l-ligh School, Deiroii, 2: lnlramurals 4: Science Club 3, 4. NASSIF, GEORGE-lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Jun- ior Achievemeni' 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Library Assislanl 4: Malh Club 3: Senior Scholarship Team 4. NEES, KARIN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Manager 3: Operella 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Swing Club 4. NEHEZ, THOMAS-Class Play 4: Crealive Wrilers' Club 3, 4: Gymnaslics 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Polilical Science 4: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Visual Aicls 3, 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. NORDQUEST, RICHARD-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3. 4: FBLA 4: Gymnaslics 2: Cross Counlry 2: Pep Club 2, 4: Wreslling 3. NORMAN, SUSAN-Block "F" 4: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievemeni' 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. NOSEDA, CARMEN-AFS 4: Superior C. School M. Belgiano, Cordoba, Argenlina, 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Pep C ub 4. NUGENT, JACK-FTA 3, 4: School Paper 4. NUGENT, TIMOTHY-l-lall Monilor 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4. ODOM, ROBERT-Alpha Phi l-li-Y 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4, Vice Presiolenl 4: Wres- 'rling 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4. O'l-IARA, Cl-lERYL-GAA 2, 3: Lab Assislanl' 3: Lalin Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Science Club 4. OOSTING, TlMOTl-lY-Band 2, 3, 4: German Club 4: Operella 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Science Club 2: Tennis 3, 4: Thela Hi-Y 2, 3. OSBORN, JACQUELINE-Band 2, 3, 4: FMC 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4: GAA 2: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. OSHEA, MICHAEL Seniors serve West with eager smiles Bob Gruber, hall monifor, checks fo see lhal Cheryl Finlce and Rob Ruhlman are legally our of class and have hall passes. OSTERMAN, LINDA-FHA 2, 3: FTA 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assislanl 3: School Paper 4. OWEN, KENNETH-Cross Counlry 4: lnlramurals 2, 3: Lalin Club 2: Safely Club 3: Science Club 2: Traclc 4: Wreslling 4. PADDOCK, PAMELA-Chorus 2, 3. 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: French Club3 4 JCOWA3 4 Lalin Club 2 O er- . : . : : p ella 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Russian Club 2. PALMER, DAVID-Hall lvlonilor 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 4: Spanish Club 4. PAPP, GREGORY-Eleclronics 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 4: Lalin Club 2: Library Assis+an+ 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Presiclenl' 3, Presiclenl 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. PARSONS, RICHARD-Kappa Bela Hi-Y 3, 4, Presidenl 4: Lab Assislanl' 3, 4. PATRICK, BARBARA-Block "F" 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Youlh 'For Chrisl 2, 3, 4, Vice Presiclenl 4. PATTERSON, MARJORIE-Block "F" 4: Class Play 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 4: French Club 2. 3, 4: Soflball 3, 4. PAYNE, KATHY-Class Play 4: FHA 2: FMC 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. PEASE. ANDREA-AFS 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 4: Honor Seminar 3: JCOWA 3. 4: Lalin Club 2, Sec- relary 2: Operella 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. PENLEY, BETTY-GAA 2. PENNY, BARBARA-Block "F" 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Hall lvlonilor 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. PHILLIPS, DOROTHY-FMC 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 2. PHILLIPS, RICHARD PITNER, NANCY-French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 4: FTA 3. PINKSTAFF, KATHRYN-JCOWA 3. 4: Lalin Club 2: NFL 4: Y-Teens 2. PORTER, DOUGLAS-Band 2. PRICE, JUDITH-Wooclrow Wilson High School, Xenia 2, 3: COE 4. PRICE, POLLY-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Creaiive Wrifers 3: GAA 4: JCOWA 4: Opere-Ha 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Rhy- 'rhmeHes 2, 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4, Treasurer 4. PURDY, RICHARD-Lab Assisianl' 3, 4. OUAST, RAYMOND-lnrramurals 2: Theia Hi-Y 4. RAMALEY, BENJAMIN-Alpha Hi-Y 2. 4: German Club 3, 4: Cross Counfry 2: ln+ramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Lab Assisianf 4: Science Club 4: Wresiling 2, 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keys+one 4. RAMMLER, DAVID-Band 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: German Club 3: Gymnasiics 3, 4. RAUSCH, DANIEL-Class Play 3: Hall Moniror 3, 4: JCOWA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Science Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Thefa Hi-Y 3. RAYBURG, BETTY-Chorus 2: FHA 2: GAA 2: Oper- eHa 2. REAGAN, PATRlClA-Creafive Wriiers Club 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Library Assisf- ani' 4: Marh Club 4: Pep Club 4: School Paper 4: Science Club 4: Wise Fools 4. REED, DENNIS-Foolball 2, 3, 4: Hall Moni+or 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. REMBOLD, MARY JO-Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Opere'r'ra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Soflball 2, 3, 4. RETSKE, MYRON-Debafe 3: Elec+ronics 2: German Club 2, 3, 4: Inframurals 4: Junior Achievemen+ 2: Wres- fling 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. REXROAD, CAROL-Granol Island Senior High School. Nebraska, 2, 3. RICHARDS, PHILIP-Chess Club 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Oper- eHa 2, 3, 4. RICHARDSON: JACK-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Creaiive Wri+ers Club 3: FBLA 4: Golf 3, 4: Gymnasfics 2: Inrramurals 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievemeni' 2: Library Assis+an'r 4: Maih Club 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pho- Tography Club 3: Safe+y Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Track 2. RIDENOUR, JEAN-Thomas Jefferson High School, San Anfonio, 3: Block "F" 4: Class Play 4: GAA 2, 4: French Club 2: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Sfudenf Secrefary 4. RIKE, WILLIAM-Gymnas'rics 3, 4: lnframurals 3: Hall Moni+or 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemeni' 3: Theia Hi-Y 3: Track 2. RISKO, JEANNE-Chorus 2, 3. 4: FBLA 3: German Club 2, 3, 4, Secre+ary 4: NFL 3, 4: Opereiia 2, 3 4: Yourh for Chrisi' 4: Y-Teens 2, 4. RlTCHlE, ALBERT-Siage Crew 3. Hours spenl in preparalion for senior play paid off in richer lives for parlicipanls. Clubs and clcli i RIX, PAMELA-Chorus 2, 3. 4: Gymnaslics 4: JCOWA 4: Operella 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. ROACH. KAYE-COE 4. ROBERSON, SANDRA-FBLA 4: FHA 2: FMC 2: GAA 4: Hall lvlonilor 4. ROBERTSON, ALICE-Lab Assislanl' 3: Senior Scholar- ship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. ROBERTSON, THERESE-AFS 4: Class Play 3: GAA 2. 3.4: French Club 3. 4: Hockey 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper, Eclilor-in-Chief 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Tennis 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. ROE, EGBERT RODGERS, ALAN-German Club 3. 4: lnlramurals 3, 4: Lalin Club 2. ROGERS, RICHARD F. ROGERS, RICHARD L. ROOF, DOUGLAS-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 2: lnlra- murals 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4, Vice Presiclenl 4. ROSE, PHILIP ROTHFUSS, LINDA-Block "F" 3: Chorus 3: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Qperella 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Sludenl Secre-la ry 4. vilies broaden seniors Interests "Double, double: 'loil and Trouble," . . . Macbeih would have prospered by chernislry. Elemenls of senior year compose life's formula ROTHFUSS, RICHARD-German Club 3, 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 41 Thela Hi-Y 2, 4. ROUDEBUSH, JUSTINA-French Club 2, 3: FMC 2. 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: Lab Assislanl 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4: S anish Club 3, 4. ROUSH, JEAN-Block "F" 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: FTA 2, 4: French Club 2, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Yearboolc 4, Senior Seclion Edilor 4. ROWLAND, GLENN-Foolball 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Opereila 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 4: Slage Crew 2, 3, 4. ROYSTON, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4: Cross Counlry 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2. RUBIN, MOLLY-Cheerleader 2, 3: Class Play 3, 4: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3: Hall Monilor 3: AFS 4: JCOWA 4, Secreiary 4: Laiin Club 2: NFL 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Poliiical Science Club 4: Sludeni Council 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. RUECKEL, SCOTT-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4: Elecironics 2: FBLA 3, 4: Gymnaslics 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl 3: Library Assislani 2: Pep Club 3: lnlramurals 2.3.4. RUHLMAN, ROBERT-Class Play 4: Hall Monilor 4: lnlramurals 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Pep Club 47 Thela Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. RUTH, PAMELA-Class Play 4: FBLA 3: GAA 2: Gym- naslics 2: JCGWA 3: Operelia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 2, 3, 4, Top Sergeani' 3, lsr Lieulenanl 4. SALLEE, BARNETTE-Hall Moniior 4: JCOWA 3: Var- sily "F" Club 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3. SANCHEZ, CARMEN-GAA 2. 4: Y-Teens 2. SANDY, KEITH-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Baseball 42 lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Wresiling 2, 4. SCHAFFER, PAMELA-Chorus 4: FTA 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operelra 4: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 4. SCHARRER, MARGARET-Chorus 4: FTA 4: Lab Assisi'- anl 4: La+in Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: OpereHa 4: Yearbook 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. SCHELLHASE, BARBARA-Block "F" 4: GAA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Courr 4. SCHMIDT, DEBORAH-Class Play 4: Debale 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniror 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Russian Club 2: Poli+ical Science Club 4. SCHNEIDER, RALPH-Hall Moni'ror 4: JCOWA 4. SCHOEN, LINDAg-FMC 2. 3: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 3. SCHOENMEYER, ROGER-Eleclronics 2: Baskeiball 2: JCOWA 2. SCHONSHECK, ROBlN-Belmonr High School 2: Arr Club 3, 4, Vice Presidem' 4: Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 4: NFL 3, 4: Opere'r'ra 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. SCHRAND, JOHN-Cross Couniry 4: lnrramurals 3. 4: Theia Hi-Y 3, 4: Track 3, 4. SCHUERHOLZ, WILLIAM-Alpha Hi-Y 2: Class Pla 4: German Club 3, 4: Hall Moniror 4: Baskeiball 2: Cross Counfry 2, 3, 4: lnframurals 3. 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Larin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Safely Club 3: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Siudenl' Council 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsiry "F" Club 2, 3, 4. SCHWELLER, KATHY-GAA 2, 3. 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Sfuclenl' Secreiary 4. SCOTT, LOUIS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 4: Hall Monifor 3. 4: Foo+ball 2: JCOWA 3: Kappa Beia Hi-Y 3: Pe-p Club 2, 3, 4. SCROGGY, PATRICIA-COE 4. SEA, JULIE-Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 4: GAA 2, 3. 4: French Club 2: lnframural Manager 4: JCOWA 3: Opereifa 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhy'rhmeHes 3, 4, 3rd Corporal 4. SEIBERT, JUDITH-Band 2: Block "F" 4: FMC 2: Jr. Red Cross 2, 3. 4: Laiin Club 2, 3: Library Assisrani 4: Pep Club 3: Swing Club 4: Youfh 'For Chrisr 4. SERIANNI, JAMES-AFS 4: Class Play 3, 4: Debaie 3. 4: lnrramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4, Presiclenl' 4: NFL 3, 4: S+uclen'r Council 4, Vice Presidem' 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. SEYBERT, ANDREW-Gymnashcs 2: lniramurals 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4. SHARRITT, THOMAS-Class Play 3: Class Officer 4, Vice Presiclenr 4: Hall Monifor 4: Foo'rball 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 4: Track 2: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4, Secrefary 4: Wreslrling 2, 3, 4. SHAW, LINDA-Chorus 2, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Lab Assislanl 4: Opereiia 2, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. SHELLEY, KENT-Chorus 4: Cross Couniry 2: Gym- naslics 2: Opereila 4: Track 2. SHEPARD, JAMES-Arl' Club 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3. 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Russian Club 2: Torch and Key- slone 3, 4: Yearbook 4. SHERWELL, MICHAEL-Gymnaslics 3, 4. SHORT, HUBERT SHULTZ, SHARON-COE 4: FBLA 4: JCOWA 3: Junior Achievemenl 3. Secrelary 3. SIESS, BARBARA-Banol 2, 3. 4, Assisiani lvlaioreile 2. Heacl lvlaiorelle 3, 4: GAA 4: Gymnaslics 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 4. SlLAS, NANCY-Block "F" 3: GAA 2. 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Gymnaslics 3: Hall lvloniior 3: Pep Club 3. 4: Rhylhmelles 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4. SIMONS, ELIZABETH-GAA 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3: Spanish 3, 4. SllvlOVART, BENlTA-Chorus 4: FHA 3: GAA 2: Junior Achievemenl 4: Operella 4: Pep Club 4. SINCLAIR, PEGGY SKINNER, ROBERT-Foolball 2, 3, 4: Hall lvloniior 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Theia Hi-Y 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Var- si'ry "F" Club 3, 4. SLAVEN, SANDY SMITH, GARY-Baskelball 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. SMITH, JANICE-FHA 2: French Club 4: Hall Moniior 3: JCOWA 3: Lal'in Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4. SMITH, KAREN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FHA 2, 4: Opereiia 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 4. SMITH, LANA-M. C. Napier High School, Hazarcl, Ken- iucky 2, 3. SNYDER, JOHN-Class Play 4: Hall Monilor 3.4: Basker- ball 2: Fooiball 2, 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Thela Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3. SNYDER, MICHAEL-Chorus 2, 4: Creative Writers Club 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Operetta 2, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. SOMMER, JOHN-Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4: Library Assistant 2: Theta Hi-Y 2. SORAH, RICHARD-Lab Assistant 4: Science Club 4: Swing Club 4. SOR6, ROBERT--Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3. SPARKS, PEGGY-Band 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4: Library Assistant 4: Pep Club 3. SPARKS, SANDRA-COE 4. SPAULDING, SUSAN-FBLA 4: French Club 2: GAA 2. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Student Secretary 4. SPEARS, STEVEN-Band 2, 3, 4: l-lall Monitor 4: Intra- murals 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Orchestra 3, 4. SPENCER, DELORlS-Cafeteria Worker 2, 3, 4. SPENCER, GARNET SPORN, MICHAEL-Debate 4: FBLA 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Political Science 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. STAHR, KAREN-Class Play 3: French Club 2, 3: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. Seniors make important post graduate plans College representatives speak to Fairmont West seniors to plan profitable future careers. Seniors congregare by old familiar free +0 discuss happenings of school day. Spring brings mixed emotions for seniors . . . STEINHAGEN, CHERRY-Chorus 4: FMC 2, 4: GAA 2: Pep Club 2, 3.4. STEMPLE, DALE-Band 2, 3, 4: Baslceiball 2: Crearive Wrirers Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Laiin Club 2, Vice Presideni 2: Marh Club 3, 4: Narional Merii Finalisr 4: Orchesira 3. 4: Opererira 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Thera Hi-Y 2, 3: Torch and Keysrone 3. 4: Wise Fools 3, 4: Youih for Chrisl 4: STEPP, FLORA-Cafeleria Worker 3, 4: Chorus 2, 4: Opererira 4. STERNBERG, LINDA-Chorus 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Jr. Red Cross 3: Tennis 3. STEPHENSON, BARBARA-FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 4: French Club 3, 4: Torch and Keys+one 4. STEUERT, JOSEPH-German Club 3, 4: Honor Seminar 3, 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achieve- men+ 3, 4: Maih Club 3. 4: Science Club 2: Tennis 3: Torch and Keysrone 3, 4. STEWART, ROSENELL-Block "F" 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achieve- men'r 4: Opererra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Youih for Chrisi 2, 3, 4. ST. FELIX, DONNA-FHA 2, 4: GAA 2: Pep Club 3: Siudeni' Secreiary 4. STIMMEL, JERRY-Band 2, 3, 4: Crearive Wrirers Club 3: 4: Hall Moniiror 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Poli+ical Science 4: Swing Club 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. STINE. LINDA-Block "F" 4: FMC 2: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Quill'and Scroll 4:,Yearboolc 4, Secreiary 4. STRAHAN, DARRELL-Wesrern Milirary Academy, Al- 'ron, Illinois, 2: lniramurals 3. SUPENSKY, ROBERT-lniramurals 2, 3, 4. SURO, ANITA-Band 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 4: Gymnasiics 4: Rhyihmeries 4: Spanish Club 2. SWAFFORD, MARVIN-Fooiball 2, 3: Gymnasiics 2, 3: Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. SWANGO, PATRICIA-FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 41 Library Assisianl' 3: Y-Teens 2. SWEET. GARRY-Iniramurals 3, 4: Library Assisranr 2. SWIGEART, KAY-Band 2, 3, 4: FMC 2, 3, 4: GAA 2. 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Larin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Orchesira 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Swing Club 4. TANNER, JOAN-AFS 4: Block "F" 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Capfain 4: Class Officer 4, Treasurer 4: FTA 3: GAA 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Presideni' 4: Homecoming Couri 4: lnrramural Manager 3, 4: Lab Assisrani 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice Presideni 2, Presiclenr 3: Siucleni Secreiary 4: Torch and Key- sione 3, 4. TAYLOR, SANDRA-Class Play 3: FMC 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3, 4: lnframural Manager 3, 4: Larin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Yearbook 4, Junior Secrion Ecliror 4. TAYLOR, SUSAN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: FTA 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Larin Club 2: Opere'r'ra 2, 4: Span- ish Club 4: Swing Club 4, Secreiary 4. TAYLOR. WARREN THOMPSON, PATRICIA-FHA 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 2. THOMPSON, PETER-AFS 4: Class Officer 3, Presidenr 3: Baslcerball 2, 3. 4: Fooiball 2: Inrramurals 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Srudenr Council 2, 4, Treasurer 4: Torch and Keysione 3. 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 2, 3, 4. TILLE, TONYA-Arr Club 4: Chorus 2: FBLA 3: GAA 2: Hall Moniior 3: JCOWA 3: Opereiia 2: Pep Club 2, 3. . . . as finale of high school days approaches Seniors illusiraie by pryam cl example Thai a sirong foundat on s s for success TIPPY, CAROLYN-Band 2, 3. 4: FMC 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Baskefball 2. 3. 4: Jr. Red Cross 2. 3: Soffball 2, 3, 4. TOBIN, JOHNELL-Chorus 4: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monifor 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Rhyfhmeffes 4: Spanish Club 2: Yearbook 4. TODD, JAMES-Foofball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capfain 4: Track 2: Varsify "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Presidenf 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4. TODD. JOHN-Junior Achievemenf 2, 3: School Paper 3, 4: Youfh for Chrisf 2, 4: Swing Club 4. TODOROFF, CYNTHIA-Arf Club 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Library Assisfanf 3: Sfudenf Secrefary 4. TOLL, JANIS--Band 2: Class Play 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Inframural Manager 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Quill and Scroll 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Yearbook 13, 4, Head Secfion Edifor 4. TRIGG, DOUGLAS-Class Play 4: Class Officer 3, Vice Presidenf 3: FMC 4: French Club 2, 3: Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4: Hall Monifor 4: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Library Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Sfudenf Council 2, 3: Thefa Hi-Y 4: Varsify "F" Club 3.4. UHL, HELEN--FMC 2: FTA 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Monifor 3: JCOWA 4: Lafin Club 2. URBAN, FRANK-Band 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 3, 4: Opereffa 3, 4: Swing Club 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. VANCE, JOLENE-Chorus 4: FBLA 3: Junior Achieve- menf 4: Opere-ffa 4: Pep Club 4. VAN HARLINGEN, JANE-Block "F" 3: GAA 2, 3. 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Russian Club 2: Span- ish Club 2, 3: Youfh for Chrisf 3, 4. Vice Presidenf 4. VAN HARLINGEN, JEAN-Arf Club 3, 4: Baskefball 2. 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Soffball 2, 3, 4. VENARD, DOUGLAS-Hall Monifor 3, 4. WAGNER, SARAH-AFS 4, Presidenf 4: Arf Club 2, 3. Secrefary 2, Treasurer 3: Block "F" 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 3, Vice Presidenf 4: GAA 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4: Gymnasfics 2: Hall Monifor 3: lnframural Man- ager 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4, Ediforial Edifor 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. WALSH, GARY-Oakwood High School 2: Class Play 3: Debafe 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Swing Club 4. WALTERS, RALPH-Class Play 4: Hall Monifor 4: ln- framurals 2, 3: NFL 3, 4: Science Club 2. WALTERS, RICHARD-Hall Monifor 2: Kappa Befa Hi-Y 3, 4: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WALTHER, DOUGLAS-Chorus 2: German Club 4: Laf- in Club 2: Opereffa 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. Nancy Gittin and Jim Todd agree cheerleading and sports go hand in hand at Fairmont West. y as Participation is evidence of seniors' loyalty WAMSLEY, KENNETH-German Club 2: Intramurals 3: Track 3. WASSON, JON-Alpha Phi l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. WATSON, BILLIE JANE-FBLA 3, 4, Treasurer 4: GAA 3: Yearbook 4. Sophomore Section Editor 4: Student Secretary 4: Y-Teens 2. WATSON, LINDA-Block "E" 4: Class Play 4: FTA 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Youth tor Christ 4: Y-Teens 2, 4. WATSON. PATRICIA-GAA 2, 3, 4: lntramural Mana- ger 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. WATSON, Sl-lAN-EMC 2: GAA 3. 4: JCOWA 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 4: Russian Club 2: Spanish Club 3.4. WEAVER, JOSEPH WEAVER, JOY-FBLA 3: Fl-lA 2: GAA 21 JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WEBB, DONNA-EMC 2: GAA 2, 3: Junior Achieve- ment 2. WEBB, GARY-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 4: Class Play 3: Intra- murals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4:,Pep Club 3. 4: Spanish C ub 4. WEIMER, BECKY-FBLA 4: Library Assistant 3. WELLS, MICHAEL-Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Debate 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Political Science 4. lice President 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Wise oo s 3. 4. WENZLER, MARTHA-Class Play 4: FHA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Hall Monitor 3: JCOWA 4: Operetta 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Rhythmettes 4. WESSLING, JAMES-French Club 3, 4: Intramurals 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Theta Hi-Y 4. WHIPP, JOHN-Chorus 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 2: Gperetta 2, 3.4: Photography Club 4. WHITE, MARGIE-GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: PBX Operator 4: Y-Teens 2. WHITEMAN, ANITA-GAA 2, 3: German Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Youth for Christ 3, 4: Y-Teens 3. 4, Vice President 4. WICK, LAURENCE-Football 2: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assistant 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Safety Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Theta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. WIELAND, WILLIAM-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 4: Intramurals 2. 3.4: Pep Club 2, 3 4. WILKEN, JON WlLLlAlvlS, LINDA-Broaclmoor High School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 2: Class Play 4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 4: NFL 4: Spanish Club 3, Secretary- Treasurer 3: Torch and Keystone 4. WILLIAMS, SUSANNE-Cafeteria Worlcer 2, 3, 4: FMC 2. WILSON, RICHARD-North Quincy High School, Quin- cy, Massachusetts, 2: Class Play 4: Golf 4: Intra- murals 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operetta 4: Spanish Club 3. WINT, VICKIE-FMC 4: GAA 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4. There will always be a Fairmont West ln the hearts of the graduating seniors Solitude gives time for reflection as senior graduation draws near. WINTERMUTE, CAROL-Bellbrook High School 2: FMC 3: FTA 3: JCOWA 4: Lalin Club 3. WIRTH, KAY-Warren High School, Gurnee, Illinois, 2: Class Play 3: GAA 4: Swing Club 4: Youlh for Chrisl 3, 4. WISE, DAVID-Chorus 4: Class Play 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: lvlalh Club 3, 4: Operella 4: Polilical Science 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3.4. WISE, JOHN-Band 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4: lnlramurals 2: Thela Hi-Y 2.3.4. WITHROW, ROBERT-Baslcelball 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4, Sergeanl al Arms 4. WITTEBORG, TIMOTHY-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Gymnaslics 2: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. WOLFE, MARTHA-S'lar'r High School, Toledo, 2: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. WOOD, WILLIAM-Lenape Regional High School, Med- ford, New Jersey, 2: Debale 4: Gymnaslics 4: lnlra- murals 3: Lab Assislanl 3: Lalin Club 3. WRIGHT, AMELIA-Niles Township High School, Skokie, Illinois, 2, 3: French Club 4: Na+ional Meril' Finalisl 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. WRIGHT, WILLIAM-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 4: Cross Coun'lry 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Ger- man Club 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Nalional Meril Finalisl 4: Torch and Keyslone 3: Traclc 2, 3: Varsily "F" Club 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. WYCKOFF, PAUL-Honor Seminar 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: lvlalh Club 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Wreslling 2: Youih for Chrisl 2, 3, 4. YOCHUM, ELMER-Hall Monilor 3: Foolball 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Varsily "F" Club 4. YOE, ELAINE-Band 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, Recording Sec- relary 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Orcheslra 3, 4: Operella 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. YOST. JACK-FBLA 4: French Club 2, 3: Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Foolball 3: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Traclc 3, 4. YOUNG, JOHN-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, gl-I4-OpereHa 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, YOUNG, RUTH ANN-Chorus 4: Class Play 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Lalin Club 2: Operella 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Sludenl' Secrelary 4. ZIMMER, BETHANY-FBLA 3: French Club 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. Befween 'rhe doubfs of a sophomore and Jrhe responsibilifies of a senior, lies fhe fedious, fun-filled, serious business of being a iunior. CLASS OFFICERS: Sieve Pease. Vice President: Nancy Balis, Treasurerg Jane? Kinq Secretary: Ronnie' Zaremski, President Not pirfured: Pam Little, Social Chairman. J UNI ORS Abe, Kim Adams, Bonnie Adams, John Adams, Penny Adkins, Dora Albright, Milede Alexander, Rickey Allen, Robert Allred, Gregory Amand, Karen Anders, Linda Anderson, Richard Gazing through open doors ot Fairmont West Anderson, Robert Andres, Sally Andrews, Richard Antrobus, Clyde Apple, Martha Appleton. Thomas Argue, George Atkin, Steven K Auerhammer, Tom Baclc, Sherry Bacon, John Baird, Lawrence Balger, Mary Ann Baker, Thomas Balis, Nancy Ball, Betty Ball, Susan Ballard, Patricia Balonier, Lucy Barnes, James Bartley, Barbara Barton, Kenneth Bass, Diana Bates, Ronald Behm, Eric Bell, Carolyn Benner, Linda Benson, Robert Biddle, Jane Binning, Janet Achvihes-curricular and exira curricular find lunrors in Jrhe 'middle of everyrhing agree sophomore Todd Borchers: iunior, Connie Eaion and senior Jim Serianni eager iuniors gain glimpses of future ideas Bishop. Richard Blome, Judy Bloomer, Jill Bodilcer, Cynihia Boolcwalfer, Frederick Bossi. Ronnie Bradford, Ken? Bradford, William Braun, David Brazelion, Carol Bregger, Consrance Breisch, David Brewer, Tom Broadsioclc, Allen Brown, Harry Brown, Richard Bruhn. Richard Brumfiel, Nancy Brunk, Jerry Buchanan, Mary Bunch, Sharon Burdzinslci, Waller Burgess, Belinda Burrows, Roberl Bursch. Karen Bushman, Marjorie Call, Donna Call, Russell Campbell, Sue Canham, Ron Fairmont West endows lunlors with knowledge Carey, Patricia Carroll, Barbara Jo Carter, Diane Caudill, Marilyn Caudill, Samuel Caywood, Craig Childress, Karen Clark, Daniel Clark, David Clark, Kenneth Clark, Pamela Claypool, Charles Clever, Stanley Clittord, Brenda Cottey, Donna Coleman, Rita Collins, Brenda Collins, Hardin Congleton. Gregory Connor, Jeffrey Cooley, Rand Cooper, Kenneth Cotter, Pamela Cox, David Crabtree, Virgil Crisp, Sharon Criss, Eileen Crist, Kenneth Cross, Mary Crouch, Larry Martha Apple discusses our Spanish-speaking neighbor with Beth Nolan and Jim Twohig. cippreciahon, and pride of American heritage Cruise, William Cunningham, Keiih Cyrus, Marie Davis, Linda Davis, Nick Day, Kaihleen Deck, Pairicia Deeier, Marsha DeHaven, Joseph DeVan.ey, Dain DeVogel, Palii Dickerson, Dennis DiSalvo, David Dixon, Kaihy Dolfman, Diane Donaldson, Mel Draisker, LaRe'H'a Drakos, Nicholas Dodd, Mark Doll, Vicki Downing, Susan Duell, Danny Dunn, Nanci Eaion, Connie Edwards, Jane? Edwards, James Eglesion, Ralph Ellis, Jenny Ellis, Roben' Ellioii, John Elmore, Floyd Elrod, Goldie Elrod, James Esselman, Karen Essenpreis, Barbara Evans, Pairicia Ferguson, Charles Ferguson, Larry Ferrigno. Joanne Fiedler, Joseph Finley, Sandra Firih, Monica Q 1 I Juniors stimulate Fairmont West' Fisher, Nancie Fisher, Ronald Fihwater, Karen Flanagan, Michael Flavin, Patrick Forgy, Joseph Forsthoff, Kay Foulre, John Fox. Linda Frazier, John French, Cathy Fry, Donna Gaffney, Fredricka Gainolc, Dianne Gantz, Michael Garlitz, James Getter, Ronald Gheen, Debra Gilbert, Gene Gilbert, Nancy Gillespie, Linda Girton, Lynn Glascock, Boyd Goode, John Graham, Charla Graham, David Gray. Candis Green, Mary Grice, Sandra Gross, John Groves, Joyce Gruner. Paul Gumper. Loraine Hall, Claudia Hames. John Hamilton, Dale Hamilton, Pamela Hammons, Margaret Hanauer, Sharon Hannah, Tonda Harding, Steve Harlow. Carol s student Harlow, Donald Harimeier. Kafhlyn Hari-Lell, David Hauser, Richard Heyes. Dale Haynie, Phillip Hedden, Linda Heinrich. Susan Helion. Linda Henderson. Sherrell Henn. Gerald Herron. Dennis Hesler. Terry Heywood. Scofi' Hibbard, Hurl Hibbs, Kafherine Hicks, Linda Higgins. Charles Hill. Janei' Hill. John Hinkley, Douglas Hively, Terry Hoener, Fred Holden. Carey Bounding energy and endless spirit enable Bob Burrows fo help 'rhe Cross Couniry Team have a successful season. body with superb school spirit Hall monitor, Jim Holtson tlnds peace and solitude good surroundings tor study Academic interest cmd concentration Holden, Larry Holley, Marc Holsinger, Martin Holtson, James Hoover, Brenda Hopkins, Scott Hottle, David Hoyle, Gary Hudson, Dee Hutt, David Hutt, Josephine Hulse, Barton Hungling, Carol Hunsalcer, Marilyn Hutchison, Tony Iams, Barbara Ireland, John Jackson, Gail Jackson, Kent Jackson, Michael Jacobs, Richard Jamison, Kenneth Jenkin, Lee Johnson, Dorcas Johnson, Gary Johnson, James Johnson Keith Johnson Milton Johnson Roger Jones, Carol Jones, Jaci Jordan. Jane? Kalaf, Edward Karns, LaDonna Kaslens, Kipp Keclcler, David Keisrer, Douglas Kelch, Waller Kemmer, Linda Kepler, David Kernan. Jeffrey Kershner. Glen Kelzel, Larry Kidwell. JoEllen Kiefaber. Roberl' Kimbrell. Wayne Kincaid, Mona King, Janel' Kingsfon. Kathleen Kinne, Anne Kirlc, Pairicia Klaff. Sandra Kleinhans, Linda Knighl, Holly Knipp, Barbara Koller, William Kowaski, Mary Krapf, Judilh Kyle. Dennis Lageman. Fred guarantee lunlors future success Lahanas. James Lambrighl, Craig Lamme, William Landrum, Palricia Lane, Brenda Lanlis, Charles Law, Barbara Leach. William Lee. Cheryl Legler. Kennelh Lennon, Linda Leonard. Douglas Linlon. Barbara Lilrle, Pamela ' Lohmann. Arnold Loop, Connie Lovelace. Shari Ann Lynn, James Lyons. Mildred Lysell. Lynda Mack, Lawrence Maddux, Janice Madliger. Thomas Madole, Scofl Maeder, Sue Maleslce. Michael Malone, Jo Anne Malone. Richard Maloon. Daniel Mallby, David Juniors strive to achieve newl goals Manney, Mary Manzo. Mario Marlin, Frank Marlin, Gary Mayes. Teresa McAdow, Bryan McCabe, Nancy McCaffer+y, Sfeve McCalla. Kerry McClure, Saundra McCormick. Curlis McCreigh+, Dennis McCurdy. Harold McKee, James McMillan, Sue McSherry, Palricia Medford. Kalherine Melin, Linda Merrifield, Judy Merriman. Nancy Meyer. Charlene Meyer, Linda Miller. David Miller. Harry Sue Heinrich and Nancy Balls relive mlddleages 'lhrough a new accompllshmenl' of Their lumor year Miller, Nancy Millonig. Carol Mills, Chrisreen Minge. Richard Moeller. Pafricia Monschlce, Douglas Moore, Janel' Moore, Sharon Moore, Sue Mornin'gslar, Gloria Morris. Nancy Morris, Pamela Morris, Paul Mosher. Edward Mosier. Richard Mouse. Terry Mullen. James Murray. Les Murraugh, Michael Myers. Jerry Nakashima, Siephen Nelson. Slephen Nelson. William Nicely. Raymonde Niehus. Carl Nolan, Befh Norman, S+eve Nunn, Kennefh Oales. Cryslal Oefers, John O'Hara, Myron Paisf. John Palmer, Barbara Parker. Anne Parks. Roger Pafon. Pafricia Class of '66 initiates program lo make . . . Payne. Mary Pease, Sfephen Percifield. Kimberly Perkins, Andrea Pesier. Sue Peiers, John Peiry, Linda Phillips, Charlene Phillips, Earl Phillips, Jack Place. Maiiland Plail, Gilberl' Pohle, Michael Porfer. Nancy Porlune. Roberl Powell. Melanie Presley, Harold Presley, Paul Price, Phyllis Prolosl, Roberla Frofill. Jo Anne Pyper. Nancy Quasf. Michael Quigley, Celia On 'lhe siaff for 1'he firsi' lime. iuniors: Gloria Moringsiar, Sandy Finley, Barb Essenpreis, Judy Blome and Rick Mosier , ,, W work hard lo meel deadlines. Rahn, Diana Ralsfon, Roberi' Ramsey, Sfanley Rayburn, David Reagan, Randolph Reed, Karen Reese, Linda Reigelsperger. Gary Reinerr, Roberf Reinicke, Daniel Reinicke, Susan Rerrich, James Rheuble, Barbara Ribas, Denis Rickard, Marcia Richie, Tom Ridd, Nancy Ridenour, Brad Riel, James Riggs, Earl Riner, Beverly Risko, William Rifchie, Karen iunior section of DRAGON cu success Robbins, Shaela Rodgers, Ralph Roepken, Sandy Rogero, Pamela Ronk, Philip Ross, Terry Rosso, Louis Rorhaar, Thomas Rorferman, Jane Rowland, James Ruff, Leslee Runyan. James Rupel, Roberf Russell, James Rulh, David Ryder, Deborah Sachleben, David Sauer, Daniel 1 5 Smifh, Smiih. Smilh, Smiih, Smirh, Smifh, 2 Sauer, Kafhleen W Saul. Holly Schaeffer, Thea Schaeublin, Douglas Schierling. George , Schmalenberger. Janice Schneider, Nancy Schuerholz. Jan Schuessler, Marlc Schuler, Theodore Schwab. Danny Seller, Harold Senseman. Beverly Seyler, Michelle Shafer. Sally Shanlclin, Sally Shannon. David Shaizer. James Shell. Ann. Shoemacher, Marc Showecker. Carl Singlefon, Billy Singlefon. James Slusser, Sandra Diane Donald Janice Margarei' Rae Richard Smirh, Sandra Smifh, S+even Snyder, Gregory Snyder, Michael Snyder. Ri'I'a Sowder, Pafricia Spahr. Daniel Spahr. James Spivey, Charles Sparks. Wanda Sfafhes. Chris Sfauizenbach. Judifh Juniors relax in unit lobby after busy day Sl. Clair. Charles Sleele, John Sleinhagen. William Sfeuerl. Douglas Sfevens. Jan Slewarl, Paul Slewarf. Wendell Sficlham, Carl Slone, Kalhleen Slorie, Sherrie Sfork, Thomas Sforrs, Ann Slralhearn. Mary Anne Swabb, Beverly Swanner. Edgar Swarlzel,.James Sweeney, Brenda Sweet Dale Swigerl. John Taylor, Donna Taylor, George Taylor, Ginger Temple, Susan Theriaulf, John Thomas, Dale Thomas, Rulh Thunn. Sharon Tincher, Linda Travis, Linda Treal, Ned Trobaugh. Linda Trueff, William Twohig, James Updylce, John Urban, Nancy Ulzinger. James Unul lobbies provide an ideal place for lumors lo relax and Talk over lhe varied happenings of lhe day Continuing to climb lifes ladder, iuniors Valiquefie, Karen Van Aman, Kafhy Van Over, Geraldine Venard, Roberl' Venlura, Thomas Viefs, Rolnerl Wade, Slephen Wagner, Richard Wainwrighf, Bradley Waller, Louisl Walker, John Wallers, Donald Wallher, Roberl Ward, Daryl Walson, Lee Wason, Michael Weaver, Dana Weaver, Janiece Weaver, Karen Welch, Michael Wenrick, Donna Wenz, James Wheeler, Joiyce Whyie, Pafricia l 220 Whilesell, Jeffrey Wiclc, James Wilcox, Paul Williams, Charlolle Williams, Donna Williams, Roberl' Willcens, Nancy Wilson, William Willman, Richard Wright Palricia Yales, John Young, Pairicia Young, William Youngman, Anila Zappe, Jane Zaremslci, Ronald Zimmerman, Gloria Zipf, Thomas look to summlf of senlor year of West CAMERA SHY Gail Boes Brenda Krull Mike Coleman Raymond Lachance Waller Groves Susan Malhngley l-luberl' Johnson Jack Woodward Barbara While Calhy French and Slan Ramsey are symbolic of all lunlors as lhey anlicipale rhe achvlhes of 'lhelr senior year Sophornores may be inexperienced and bewildered by new opporiunifies, buf in 'rheir hands lies Jrhe fuiure leadership of Fairmonf West Q ii. av Q' XV 1 'ia 2 CLASS OFFICERS: Linda Pride. Secreiary, John Bohardf, President: Vicki Singleion, Treasurer: Mark Sinlchorn, Vice President Linda Earhart Social Chairman. Sophomores' curricular seleclion l n 1 Adam, Sleuarl Adams, James Aleslagle, Henry Allen, lvlargarel Allsup, Michael Ambrosino, Drake Ancsan, John Andres, Belly Andrews, Jan Ankney, Beniamin, Ankney, Jon Appenzeller, Joyce Applelon, Marly Arnoll, Roberl Ashmun, Douglas Auslin, William Aynes, Richard Bach, Jerald increases Bains, Thomas Baker, Barney Baker, Gene Baker, Palsy Baker, Phil Balderson, Sharon Banks, William Barr, Frederick Barrell, Ronald Beally, Helen Bedwell, Charlolle Bedwell, Linda Beebe, James Bellar, Karen Berlschy, Ray Blackford, Douglas Blair, Nancy Blake, Janel Blakeman, John Bloomfield, Sandra Boggs, Kalhy Bohardl, John Borchers, Todd "Three heads are beHer lhan one says Sue Wogaman 'lo classmales Dave Shullhels and Bob Meuche understanding and capability of lnleresls Boslon. Frank Bowden, James Bowman, Sharon Bowman. Wes Brandenburg. Linda Brandr, Janel Branum. Thomas Brauligam, Connie Breckenridge, Calhy Brislow, Jan Brough+on, Jack Browne. Valerie Brubaker. Judy Brusl, Alberl' Bryer, Cindy Bueker, James Bumgardner, Gary Burns. Gary Bulcke. Sue Bu'rler, Andrea Bufler. Susannah Buvinger, Bradley Cain. Jeannie Campbell, Donald Sophomores goin confidence and Corre, Ma riha Cory, Alice Campbell, John Carnrighi, Shelley Carier, William Casior, Penny Caudill, Efhel Caupp, Orville Chalcrian, Carol Chambers, Pai Charfer, Melody Clark, Gerry Clifford, Carolyn Climer, Cindy Cline, Daniel Clingman, Paula Closey, Susan Cobb, Kendall Combs, Pafrick Common, Peggy Conley, Shelley Connell, Laurie Connolly, Thomas Cook, Jack Corban, John Cornelius, Sieven maturity Cosi, Jeffrey Y Cosr, Sfeven Coulles, Gregory Cowdrey, Roberi Crawford, Shelia Creech, Donnie Criss, Amy Cron, Sheryl l Cunningham, Kenf Cupp. Jess Darling, Deborah Davis, Nancy Davis, Tom Dickinson, Susan Diclcman, Krisline Dielerle, David Dill, Sieve Donaldson, Daniel Dooley, Vicki Downey, Ken Downing, Becky Dross, Ellen Dunlap. Karen D,unn, Claudine Dybvig, Dave Eamore, Thomas Earhart, Linda Edwards, Charles Edwards, Dianna Eiforf, Bonnie Ellioll. Joyce Ellis, Charlene Engleman, Jane Eshelman, Doug language through inspiraiional reading Educallon doesn'l end in classroom. Laurie lrvm Ann Sullzbach. and Brad Buvinger do research in Wesl's well-sloclced library. Essenpreis, Palricia Evans, Joe Ferguson, Phyllis Ferguson. Sue Felzer, Donald Filo, John Finegold, Brian Finney, Dana Flynn, Loyd Flynn, Sfephen Foley, Roberla Ford, Cheryl Forle, Donna Fosfer, Beverly Fraley. Darlene Fraze, Mark Freeland, Phyllis French, Roberi' Fries, Tom Frilzsche, Cal Fryman, Tedrick Galli, Pal' Galloway, Suzanne Gardner, James Gardner. Judy Garvic, Elaine George, Greg Geller, Wendy Gibson, Connie Goodnough, Tim l i i Browsing through college bulletins inspires Gorham, Paul Goffschall, Chrisfine Gould, Cynfhia Grady, Virginia Gray, Frank Greber, Arlin Grimshaw, Gary Griswold, Cindy Gross, Roberi' Hager, Roberl' Hahn, Srephen Halbeisen, Nick Hall, Sheryll , Hall, Winford Hamillon, David Hannah, Larry Harding, Roberl' Harris, Linda Harrison, Jim Harl, Dale Hasrings, Paul Hayes, Sieve Hechler. Karen Heck, Michael Sfudenl' aciivily room provides valuable college informaiion for sophomores. Melanie Weeks, Dave Dieferle, Tonya Sizelove, and Todd Borchers. sophomores to achieve higher education Heclcaman, Cynihia Heilman, Ron Heiimann, Charlofie Heller, Edward Henlcle, Pam Hess, Jim Hesfer, Gary Hefzel, Jennifer Hill, John Himebaugh, Pal Hippie, Richard Hoclceif, Donald Holderman, Linda Holmsirom, Gerda Hoover, Calvin Horner, Barbara Horsiman, Kafhi Horlon, John Howard, Donald Howard, Susan Howe, Linda Howell, Timoihy Huddlesion. Carole Huden. Barbara Humphrey, James Humphreys, Debbie Hunfer, Paulefle Hurchinson, Diana Hufchinson, John Hurchinson, Marry Ingersoll, Jo Ann Irvin, Laurie Jacobs, Michael James, Carol James. Michael Janfzen, Dalfon Jeffery, Harold Johnson, Banonzel Johnson, James Johnson, Kalhryn Johnson, Sfepher' Jolly, Mark Even springtime showers fall to dampen Jones, Jerry Jones, Kay Jones, Mark Jones, Sally Jordan, Brad Kalbfleisch, Karen Kennard, Michael Kesling, Janef Kefrleson, Kevin Kidd, Markila Killinger, Joseph Kinkade, Lloyd Kirk, Timofhy Kisling, Kay Kissell, Mark Kline, Chrisllne Kohl, Thomas Kolp, Douglas Kosholfer. Susan Kovach. John Krapf, John Kreitzer, Kenneth Krynzel, Bolo Landrum, Greg Large, Linda Laspe, Douglas Laughter, David Leathley, Samuel Ledford, Pamela Leeson, Rebecca Leggett, David Leiter, Victor Lennon, Barbara Lennon, Brad Lewber, Judith Lindquist, Mary Jo sophomores' enthusiasm ot Fcurmont West Gary Lydnc Karen Precltleld Linda Zaremslu Gregg Loose have less than dampened spirits as they head toward next class on the campus Lindsey, Timofhy Linklaler, Bill Lira, Tom Lilsey, Larry Locke, Barbara Logan, John Logwood, Roy Loose, Gregory Lovelace, David Lovingood, Mary Lowder, John Lunderman, Malcolm Lybarger, Dave Lydic, Gary MacBain, John MacCagno, Marcia Gary Burns' inferesl in biology increases wifh laboralory sludy J Undiscovered knowledge in scientific realms McCandless, Edilh McCar'rhy, Michael McClelland, David McCluslcey, Karhleen McKillip, Timofhy McMahon, Kerry McVey, Jeff McWhirl, James Machael, Roberr Machle, Chris Mahfouz, Barbara Malmslrom, Delayne Malone, Mike Mandelker, Sally Marcum, Gayle Marcum, Roberl Marshall, Jean Marshall, Linda Marlin, Brenda Meade, Dana Meuche, l-lealher Meuche, Roberl' Meuser, Mark Meyer, Alan Mick, Mike Milkereif, Sherri Miller, Gary Miller, Sieve Mills, Dennis Miracle, Herberr Money, Roy Mooney, Brenda Moore, Charles Morris, Ova Mouse, Gary Mullins, Dennis Murari, Eugene Music, Nancy Nash, Timolhy Neff, Leslie stimulates sophomores to further research Nies, Sandra Nolan, Vicki Nordquesr, Susan Norris, Michele O'Donnell, Thomas O'Rourke, Michael Osborn, Carol Palmer, Eddie Pandzik, Carole Parroii, Judy Parsons, James Pean, Douglas Penny, Bonnie Percifield. Karen Perkins, Arihur Perry, Melissa Pefiy, Paula Phillips, Ronald Pierce, Ralph Pigg, Palsy Pi+ner, Susan Poore, Peggy Porier, Charles Posron, Roger Carolyn Clifford. Vicki Dooley, Cindy Rawers. Pa+ Rogero make homecoming bonfire a success. Building bonfire provides sophomores with ,. if A 'ief g is -. sssi C C MIS ii ff' Poulos, Gary Preforius, Harold Price, John Pride. Linda Puls. Penny Puferbaugh, Kenneih Quick, Barbara Quillen, James Rahn, Bruce Rainey, Sfanley Raifa, Suzanne Ramaley, Jay Reasor. Connie Redmon, lan Reed. Sandra Reigelsperger, Terry Rice. Ronald Rish, Walier Roach. Timoihy Roberfs, Bruce Rogero, Pafricia Rohrer, Linda Roof, Chris Ross. Ann Ross, Cheryl Ross, Linda Rotterman, William Rowell, Rita Rowers, Cindy Royer, Janet Royer, Linda Rozelle, Cheryl Rucly, Diana . Runyan, Phil Rupert. Sheryl Sabee, Kris Saettel, William Sakornbut. Donald Sandlin, Barbara Sartin, John Savage, Gregory Scaite. Patricia opportunity to pledge loyal Dragon support Schaefer, Terry Schardt, Kathy Schember, Daniel Schmidt, Steven Schoen, William Schonsheck, Jonathan Schuerholz, Jettery Schweitzer, Barbara Schwob, Joe Scroggy, John Sentell, Doris Sexton, Jennifer Sexton, Janice Sexton, Steve Shadoins, Robin Shaneclc, Karen Sharp, Sonia Shedder, Caryl Shelander, Guy Shinn, Alan Shorl, Jeanne Shullheis, David Silces, Cindy Simons, Judie Singlelon, Vicloria Sinlchorn, Mark Sizelove, Tonya Smales, Charles Smilh, Darlene Smilh, Linda Smilh, Susan Smilley, George Snyder, Calhy Snyder, Linda Souder, Tonya Spencer, Ronald Spivey, Cherie Spivey, Sharon Springer, David Slamas, Con Sleuerf, James Slevens, David Slewarl, Barbara Slewarl, Dennis Slewarl, Jane Slewarl. Judy Sliclcel, David Slorie. Connie Wlse use of leisure hme enables sophomores Sophomore Kenl Cunningham exhibifs eomelrlc abililies while Shelly Carwrighl walches approvingly. Storrs, Alber+ Sloughlon, Dexler S+ou+, Holli Slracler, Cheryl Slrausbaugh, Carol Sfrausburg. Connie Slrobino. Susan S+urievan+, Bebe Suhre, Terry Sulfzbach, Ann Swafford, Earlene Swananger, Thomas Sweeney, Barbara Sweeney, Rick Swick. Barbara Szalcal, Nicholas Taylor, Don Taylor, Douglas Thomas, Barb Thomas. Daniel Thomas, John Tilson, David Tobin, Georgie Ann Torley, Jane Turner, Charles Tyler, Rebecca Uhrig, Tom Ullery, David Usleman, Roberl ValiqueH'e. Susan explore all phases of learning at West Barb Horner and Barb Thomas analyze ar lsfic falenl of abslracl designs l . Sophomores find co-operation Vanderlill, Joy Varro. Margie Vendf, Palricia Viers, Peggy Vyszenski, Sherri Wade, Edward Wahrer, Pamela Walker, Thomas Waller, Sandra Walfers, Ron Wallher, Thomas Walkins, Sieven Weber, Glen Weeks, Melanie Wegh. Sam Weimer, Fairy Wenzler, Max Wesf, Brenda essential Wes+, Donald Wesf, Mark West Rick Wheeler. Carolyn Whifehead, Deborah Wick, Bill Wicklund. Wayne Wlesmann. Bob Willeif, Connie Williams, Eddie Williams, Glenda Williams, Greg Williams, Linda Williams, Ted Williamson, Sandra Wilson, Georgia Wilson. KiHie Wi++ebor+, Richard Wogaman. Sue Wollenhaupr. Chris Wood, John Worfhman. Sue Wrighf, Deborah Wrighi, Eric Wunder, Nicholas Wyaii. Carol Wysong. Donald Yosf. Sleve Young, Connie Zaremski. Linda Zechar, John Zimmer, Belinda Zimmer, Ernie Zimmerman, Karen Zimmerman. Tad l NOT PICTURED H's "Turn-Abou?-Week" as Kafhi Horsrman holds Tom Davis' books. Gelder, Sue Jenkins. Berl' Goodharr. Jay Luken. Gregory Jackson, Joyce Rupp. Pamela Ward, Daryl Sophomore year in any high school is a period of 'rransifion for 1'he s+uden'r. A+ Fairmonl' Wes? The l'ransi+ion is a srimularing enlrance in1'o a world of higher academics. Coupled wirh 'rhe mak- ing of new friends and new social ac+ivi- +ies. Jrhe Sophomores' firsl' year on cam- pus is an enioyable chaprer in his life. Business is 'rhe essence of a communily. If 'rhe lax-paying businesses described in 'rhe following pages were noi in 'rhe KeHering-Day+on area. no+ only would goods and services be hard +o come by. buf such Tax-supporled ins'ri'ru+ions as Fairmonf Wesi would nor have necessary funds. Confinued ci+y progress depends on 'rhe expansion of commercial in+eres'rs. which is indireclly 'rhe responsibili+y of every Fairmonfonian, suppor+ing 'rhose businesses which supporl' 'rheir school. PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY E En... I ,, 5 F Q N S53 I ,sl i I X if QF! ei ig I x xg' ADVERTISING AGENCY 4500 MARSHALL ROAD KETTERING 29, OHIQ Rck H pple s sold on Hipple, Irelan and Knzers HOWARD JOHNSON S RESTAURANT 4022 FAR HILLS AVENUE 293-5774 Bobby Odom and Nancy Silas bofh agree fhaf Ho a d Johnsons s perfecf for any occasron KOETHERS GULF SERVICE STROOP AND MARSHALL ROADS KETTERING 29. OHIO Gulf Tlres Tune UP Ba-He,-,es Brake Service and Accessones Sfarfer Generafor TELEPHONE Carbure+or Reparr 293 2262 BOB KOETHER Prop John Foulce Dale Hayes Phil Haney. Ron C nI1am F nk a are reguIar cusfomers I , 1 I ' ""' " ""'I G. DEAN BRANDT FELIX T. MARSHALL Manager. Ke'Hering Manager, Oakwood DAYTON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES SINCE l9l9 I v 6 Loca+ions 0 in OAKWOOD , Charge Accoums 2309 Far Hills Ave. 0 Free Deliveries ' in KETTERING ' Far HlIIs Ave. ai' Siroop -- -- I - ' -:...-' - ..--.-r- RIAL T. PARRISH ARCHITECT ENGINEER I7+I1 Floor, Kno'H' Building, Dayfon, Ohio 224-0585 DESIGNER OF FAIRMONTS EAST AND WEST .J ll T-I I I . . ln: nn RUTH'S, INC. 254l Far Hills Avenue 298-4403 Admiring 'rhe fine wearing apparel af RuI'h's are Belinda Burgess and Judy Blome. l I ' 1 A When you are choosing iewelry 'lor a gill or for yourself, il pays 'Io be sure!! Be sure . . . a'I' TOWN AND COUNTRY JEWELERS 224 Easl' Sfroop Road KeH'ering 299-3 I 8 I Linda Sfine. Michele HuHon, and Karen Kline gaze wishfully al The iewelry on display al' Town 81 Counlry Jewelers. """l FOR A COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN AND LAWN SUPPLIES, TOOLS AND MANY OTHER ITEMS OF USE AROUND THE HOUSE GO TO . . . GREIVE HARDWARE 3089 Far Hills Avenue 293-85I I Power fools are iusl one of lhe many I bl I6 H d avaia e a reive ar ware. producls - -1 For anyihing under The sun - Cards, siaiionery, gifis - You, +oo, should come +o'. . . JEMIMA RUSSELL'S Town AND COUNTRY 298-I423 When looking for gifls, Cindy Bodilcer and Cheryl Henderson aqree Jemima Russell's is basl. i -1 ACHIEVEMENT In +he science of supplying 'rhe besi foods for selecied menus . THE C. N. STEM COMPANY ESTABLISHED I9I8 853-865 EAST FIRST STREET 223-5265 PER C. N. S+emper's modern equipmeni' and faciliiies provide efficieni service for wailing communiiy. -:J W SMl.Learn Fast, . I 'ii Earn More . G Be A -1 15 Beautician Get your training the fast, easy Richard Weston way . . . In either day or eve- ning classes. W wan 124 E. Third Dayton, Ohio scuooi. or BEAUTY cuuuks BA 2-4674 For ihe laiesi in sfyles, Gloria Morni Lorraine Gumper rely on Richard Wesi ngsiar and on's. 'N CULP'S FAR HILLS The place 'ro meet lor good things Io eal' Fhe Food Budget Pnces Sunday Buffet All You Can Eat 3 I45 FAR HILLS fdfffffllf Showplace for Family Dining TELEPHONES MEMBER Dayton Area Board of Realtors HOME 885 3233 Rmuong National Institute of Real Estate Brokers Area Code 513 National Association of Real Estate Boards JOS M WILLIAMS 81 ASSOCIATES ACME AUTO SERVICE and GLASS CO. 28II Wilmingfon Ave. 298-9829 Dave Braun, Les Ferguson, and Ed Kalaf window shop ai Acme Auio Service and Glass Company. 'T WEILER WELDING COMPANY, INC. slNcE 1920 We Are Equipped 'Io Handle Any Welding Problem Mefal Spraying Flame Hardening - Sand Blasl' Cleaning Fabricafion of Jigs and Fixfures Cerfified Pressure Welding Renfal Heliarc Porfable Welders Por+abIe Equipmeni' Heliarc Dis'I'ribuIor for Weld'n9 Airco 324 Easi' Second SIree'I' 222-83I2 Nighi' Phones 275-5870 or 293-8294 or 898-3722 Skilled craffsmen perform 'rheir 'frade af Weiler Welding Company. i , 1 1:1 nun ii-in ' ll I -1' - niiqua Ziluriffi Woodlane Plaza Shopping Cenfer 23I2 E. Dorofhy Lane, KeH'ering Phone 298-7284 Dislinciive Floral Arrangemenis for All Occasions CORSAGES WEDDINGS - FUNERALS - HOSPITALS - ANNIVERSARIES BIRTHDAYS - SPECIAL OCCASIONS Marilyn Drayfon and Karen Moore admire decoraf- ing ideas found in Anliqua Florisls. 1 "i I 1 I I It's Fun. . . to live in MARINOLE PARK Fairmonf Wes+'s "crowd of smiles" fesfifies To 'rhe pleasani' living in Marinole Park. Q I ' We Luke t. Development Corporation VICTOR E. GREIMANN, Builder ROBERT N. CLARK. Builae THE DRIVE IN WITH THE ARCHES FEATURING l5c HAMBURGERS 290I Wilmington Pilce lNear Dorothy Lane 450I Linden Avenue Near Spinning 4032 Kettering Boulevard lAcross from Frigidaire 39I8 Free Pike Near Salem look for the golden arches Mollona ll s KETTERING YMCA 4545 Marshall Rd. 298-9535 Jack Yost and Dick Nordquest discuss the y activities available at the Kettering YMCA. fe Monbe nrt Gallery Qriginal Qainlings Qusfom Cylflazje games By Nationally 81 Internationally Famous ArtiSts Phone 293-9351 2314 For Hills Ave anineresin i i o e a. Browsing through the Le Monde Art Geller t tghghlghtt th dy 81 C baseball 'ream suggesi' your shipping be done by D 84 C's efficieni' Iransporfafion servic 20 Sfainfon Avenue D 8 C 253-6I7l Davfon 3' Ohio TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, INC. "The Besi' in Mo+or Carrier Service" "1 l I I I 9. QUALITY PAINTS Jack Fifzpafrick and Sco++ Ruekel make Lowe Brofhers The firsi' sfep 'ro a g d 1 b LOWE B ROTH ERS CO. 5I2 Easf Sfroop Road In Ke'H'ering Shopping Cenfer 293-96I6 OUTSTANDING VALUES 'I I UNIVERSAL REMODELIN6 CENTER Your Reqislered DSC MASONITE HOME IMPROVEMENT DEALER Design - Service- Counsel Also Home Repairs and Mainfenance PHONE 293-6032 2230 San Rae Dr Daylon Ohio 454l9 Phyllis Price and Terry Hively find varying Iasles al' Universal Remocl l g C I L. H. ROGERO INC CONTRACTORS AND DISTRIBUTORS INDUSTRIAL INSULATION 27II LANCE DRIVE DAYTON, OHIO 45409 TELEPHONE: 5l3 298-7234 MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 2I46 DAYTON, OHIO 45429 Pam and Par Rogero smile as 'Ih y I 'rh b y world of L. H. Rogero, Inc. f HERITAGE HOUSE Known For fine food 'For over 20 years BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR GROUPS - A . ,EX FROM I5 TO ISO PEOPLE If I ,- SERVING ONE OF DAYTON'S I I II' Ii' 'll In FINEST LUNCHEON I-E:f AND DINNER MENUS Ili 'xlvihff-:.2F'll' 7 WI'I-.1'1s'.f2-1'-fr ., STEAKS ' CHOPS sf!! ,. SEAFOOD -' ig?Q5E!!II '- W e - , . -'1' ' I For Reservafions I" y ZIB9 s. DIXIE AT SCHANTZ 1 l l 1 Mary CarnrIgIII and JuIIe Braden are engrossed in II'Ie I'empI'- Ing menu of NeII's I-Ierilrage House. I" E - I' -' : PAUL SWARTZEL WILLIAM SIMS Presiden'I Vice-PresIcIen+ PAUL E. SWARTZEL Insurance Service, Inc. 2600 Far Hills 298-027I DAYTON I9, OHIO L... Tina Roudebush I I , ROUDEBUSH REALTY CALL ROUDEBUSH 405I Far HiIIs Ave. 298-72I I SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT The Home of Qualify Paini' Supplies 3966 Linden Avenue 256-058 I B B y y Sherwin-Williams' cusfo '1 .-- - .. --.-. -. . - - -u 1- ---1 OVER 75 YEARS-COMMUNITY SERVICE MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOMES I809 Eas'I' Third SIree'l' I04 Wesi Main S'I'ree'I' Day+on, Ohio Fairborn, Ohio ADEOUATE PRIVATE PARKING COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING '- A --- -- ' -' cfs 1, .I,OiII., fl GOING AWAY TO COLLEGE? y Keep in 'Pouch wi+h Ihe news back home wi'I'h a s+uden'I' subscrip+ion Io Ihe TIMES . . . 53.00 by mail 'For +he nine monih school year. KETTERING-OAKWOOD TIMES I544 Wes'r Doroihy Lane 293-3I4I Prinfing a weekly newspaper fo serve a communify of 70,000 readers requires a modern, efficienf office arrangemeni' Abeh d'rh I ka'r+he KeH'e g Ok d T . -1 J 81 L RADlO8fTV ANTENNAS AND PHONOGRAPH REPAIR SYLVANIA SILVER SCREEN PICTURE TUBE Town and Counlry Shopping Cenler 298-7359 When in need of radio or TV repair. Barb Dulobs knows J 81 L Radio 8: TV is 'rhe place 'ro go. Hills 81 Dales HARDWARE I4-42 Wesl Dorolhy Lane in Hills and Dales Shopping Cenler Mario Manzo and George Esposifo examine fish- ing equipmenl available al Hills 81 Dales Hardware. WOODMAN LAN ES Bowl at Kettering's Finest 36 AMF LANES pro shop Balls, Bags, and Shoes COFFEE SHOP BEVERAGES NURSERY AMPLE PARKING 3200 Woodman Drive 293-3 I 79 Casey Cameron and Larry Dielz agree lhal' bowling is more fun al Woodman Lanes. ,J And may all your fondest hopes and ambitions come true I W J' THE ORIGINAL ' BIG BOY Ei 0 ' ' mgfllll Z1 bd, ig .- 1 i i w F W I X ,fl Gary Webb and Joane Kinzig agree you're never 'loo old fo ride a bicycle from Penney's. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY TOWN AND COUNTRY 293-3 I 87 MOLERS' BELMONT DAIRY 3230 S. SmiI'I1viIIe Roa'c.I Day+on 20, Ohio Barber E p d N y B I I Ic Molers D y q Ify SCHIFF'S SHOES DAYTON'S LARGEST FAMILY SHOE STORE TOWN AND COUNTRY VAN BUREN HILLS AND DALES Schiffsh p S MI CICITJI1 Tesf for I 1 r -H M E gf le E H E 0 F 4' FUNERAL HOME I733 Brown S'IreeI' af Sawmill Road CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO SERVE YOU OUR HOMELIKE ATMOSPHERE BEAUTIFULLY ENLARGED Serious Consideralion ls Given 'ro Each Cuslomer al . . . SEITZ HARDWARE 400 Easi' Slroop Road 293-I l86 Jeanie Roush and Judy Fenlon find iusl Jrhe righl selecfion ai' Seiiz Hardware RAY'S FLORIST Corsages for All Occasions Flowers and Gills 'For Special Occasipns 25I5 Far Hills Avenue Open Monday Day+on I9. Ol'1l0 Thru Safurday 293-955i Nine lo Six Rob Ruhlman and Evelyn Lowndes find 'rhe right arrangemenl al Ray's Florisf RZCQWFH , T 'N nm Qflfb lll.n mb 9SQ245Tsom,"tgimnor2f+,9. ' - Q4'0"'S"'X..'y4'0m, - Ugo ae or ' .EW im was , ESTABLISHED IBS6 40 So. S+. Clair Sf. Daylon 2, Ohio FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Our Own Modern Cold Slorage Facililies Carload Receivers Jobloers and Dislrilouiors The H. Office and Brofher Co. supplies our school wifh fruiis and vegelables. THE INN Dinners, Sandwiches or La'I'e Evening Snacks Carry-Oui' Service lI:00 A.M. fo I0:00 P:M. Excep+ Monday 4I20 Far Hills Avenue 299-5536 Barb Schellhase and Marv Hill smile as ihey are aboul' 'lo dine on fine food al ihe Yum Yum. POELKING LANES i403 Wilmingfon Pike 299-5573 John Snyder and Glenn Ekey anlicipaie a friendly rivalry al' Poelking Lanes. K.O. ELECTRONICS T.V. Sfereo Hi-Fi 2-Way Communicafions Paris Anfennas 39I6 Wilmingfon Pike KeH'ering 29, Ohio Mike Lackey. Tom Leckrone, and Tom Gibbs enier ihe iniriguing world of elecfronics on Wilmingfon Pike. B R dHIIySI fd a hhfrh baunful I+ f r ac+yFl++h THE F. W. LOTZ PAPER CO. EsI'abIisI1ecI I9I3 I9I:5 our 52nd Year 607-II E. Third SI'ree+ Dayfon 2, Ohio DAYTON'S OLDEST PAPER AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT SUPPLY. HOUSE MOLD 8. DIE WORKS. INC. 103 sAcHs smear DAYTON 3, ol-no PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDERS AND BLOW MOLDERS I I Town 81 Country I Florist 4I00 W. Town and Couniry Road KeH'ering 293-396I I 5 serv ING Amsascnvs ru-agsr gtunsms i :bv -A: ---7-:Fo E:::::iE::E:-. --:V-:Z-biii, Q . , ,, .. ,. 1 ,.:: I " ' ,E:"j:5ii5Q5f5i'I ..::. 52314, 3155555555552:f55555Q5f5?55ff5Z9:-ree: Z., Iaspas2sisi25225.355'3i535535fff1'f12552515:2222:222222f22f1:ieie2:2'iff'fffzffss A LIFETIME or 3 YiiUgSIOSTENNE MEMURIE 0 ll 2:2112 '1,. .,'l A: .,.1 sz '1V:- fri: AI.. ,.,.,., ':.1 5 Q ,.,:,.1.efwi15 lllll rtrrrr f fr or ' syrr Qs "'4' .sr ffi VV""A""""" A::1 - :1 4', .A. ,,r,, : riii TONY MORROW Box I5 Springfield, Ohio Sophomore Carolyn Bell, places one of the many ring orders Tony Morrow will 'rake in a day. WHAT'S BEHIND THE RED DOOR? 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. Kircher, Helton 8z, Collett, Inc. ADVERTISING ' MARKETING 2600 Far Hills Avenue ' Dayton 19, Ohio ' 293-3191 2212 Victory Parkway ' Cincinnati 6, Ohio ' 961-8166 Member' of American Association of Advertising Agencies .r ., 5gfgfg,g,g,-j,j'g,ggggg ggggfggs gegefs, jzgzzigfff egg 5555555 .-E:E::rErEr2rf':552512: .. ..rf'ff fi:25:f:f:E 155:fE:ErE':E:1Egfffgff:-EfEE1ErE1E2:1E' 55535721 -1252.2IrErE1'1E1E11?1-21152: -z1EIErE2E252E2E:ZrIr?1?f5:11Er5r5?E'Z:5rE'if55:f,frE:ErE?i5E33-4 "i' -r ' " .' :43'4:v: r P4 CARPET WAREHOUSE A WORLD OF CARPET AT DOWN TO EARTH PRICES 3045 Wilmingfon Pike, Ke'H'ering One Block Sou+I1 of Doro+I1y Lane 293-8378 Glenda Williams and Kaihy Kalbfleisch alrlesi' +o the qualify of Myron Cornish carpeis. 'RING THE BELL" . OF GOOD TASTE AT . . CARILLON CAFETERIA Open II A.M.-8 P.M. 2bII Soufh Dixie Drive 299-9622 TOOT YOUR OWN HORN I+'s easy wiI'I1 a Conn, Marlin, Selmer, Molion, Leedy, or Slingerland horn from Hauer Music Store Day+on's Complefe Band Insirumenl' Cenfer 3I40 FAR HILLS AVENUE 298-732I 34 E. FIRST STREET 222-28I5 Linda Melin and Barbara Iams know whaf a wonderful wo musical abilily opens. Mutual of Omaha Hospiial Surgical Income Proleclion The Largesi Organizalion of ll's. Kind in l'he World . . . Over One Billion Dollars Paid Oul' in Cash Benefils Bill Lamme and Bill Nelson discuss ihe benefils of Muiual of Omaha profecrion wi+h Mr. Herschel Lamme. Capri Bowling Lanes "Bowling ai Hs Finesl"' 2727 Sou'l'h Dixie Highway 298-74l I Holly Higgins and Johnell Tobin keep him by bowling regularly ai Capri Bowling Lanes. VIC CASSANO and MOM DONISI PIZZA KINGS 402l Far Hills Avenue 299-3568 2308 E. Dorolhy Lane 298-729l 22l0 S. PaH'erson Blvd. 298-l48l Barb Thomas and Linda Williams pick up a guaranieecl pariy pleaser-a pizza from Cassano's. Like to play golf but have to work? Well, get a look at the light of day: Rollandia, the golf course that's lighted at night. Rollandia Golfing Center 4990 Wilmington Pike 293-6249 Barb Law, Connie Eaton, Sue Heinrich, and Rickie Gaffney perfect their golf game at Rollandia. y IIZELLI-DIZ ! OFFIQE ourr rrfnsdnc SERVING DAYTON 78 YEARS Dayton's and Miami Valley's Oldest Stationers and Office Outfitters EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE 228-7l35 228-7l36 Margaret Scharrer and Cathy Jo French agree Everybody's has the finest in office equipment. South Dayton HOME FURNISHINGS 3578 Kettering Blvd. lR'I'. 25 Soufhl Southbound 25 Between Dorothy Lane and Stroop 298-I477 Plenty of Free Parking Greg Jolly and Angie Kallcas find it's always the right time to buy at South Dayton Home Furnishings. 2 g:2,,,1-'Lf fi 'ff -ff ,,ff",i3'-'C -f' -1753 Before you pass up anolher dare because you can"r olance, visi+ Kay's School of Dance. You'll fincl how li++le il cosls +o learn +o have lun. Kay's School of Dance 43I7 E. Town and Counlry Roacl 299-l5II ,..,...wf..w-f-A Cheryl Jacobus beams as she prepares 'ro furfher her inslrucfions af Kay's School of Dance. Direct line to a fine career WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Ohio Bell Part of the Nationwide Bell System All quaiihed applicanfs will be considered for employment wifirouf regard to race, creed, color or national origin e.5 R. L. ULLMER 81 SON MEMQRIAL CHAPEL "Kettering's First Funeral Home" Business: 299-499I Residence: 299-9072 When buying or selling Call Don Campbell, R.S. Good, Gene Shoemaker, or Elmer Wood at . . . ROTH REALTY 3l30 Far Hills Avenue 298-747I Professional real estate service that gets results Congratulations, Grads! Pwdwwm has a FREE ,, treat for You! 1 gist DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT r, "There's a Parkmoor Drive-In near you" Parkmoor-ask the Take your yearbook to ager or assistant manager to autograph this ad. He'll give you a dinner size hot fudge ice cream cake FREE. lManager to sign ,herei When the handwriting on the wall calls tor redecoration, cover it with wallpaper or paint from -. . . POEPPELMEIER'S PAINTS 4I08 East Town and Country Road 293-2I89 To insure beautiful homes in the future, manager Charles Taylor, suggests Poeppelmeier's Paints to do the iob. 22051 efzacefgzn 200i E. DOROFHY LANE FUR llfSfllVA'llUllS CALL LASAGNA 0 PARMIGIANA SPAGHETTI 0 RAVIOLI SEA FOODS 0 CHICKEN PRIME RIBS Hd? HROILED STEAKS 8- CHOPS I V154 298 8633 if 3' lil' SUNKEN BAR ' 'Q F caossu uionnmrs , ' I gg, - ? 6 L . fi : ' - li If F . . rglllllf cf' . : , ,Y I HI ' , - f ,Sv x Xifiijcva. 8 A 1, . VG:- - cocxmu Lounce 'T ' Q 4"' ia,,1""'iE , l iifefk f , ' W , S W5 i, H5514 fig? A gl ei. M mplllljm .- me . - , 1 of Ill ll .ay in f Q 2 'wixgghu Siui-fIj'?4t, ll h llllla I E. X wg, " Q 4 , M, , Q M lr -f v ii U f '? ' i ips ' l 'll lll li l 1 'n-. 6 . 'H asefmq-1-' 1 wlffffw f - Owners of Vilo's Venice Inn. 'lhe Gazelfas. are known for lheir fine food and excellenl service. A. P. THE ZIEGLER CQMPANY General Conlraclors "Builders of Fairmonl Wes1"' 4800 Hoover Avenue 268-6863 Fairmonf Wesi is an example of lhe solid conslruclion A. P. Ziegler Company. of ln a vibranl communily, grow'l'l1 comes wilh building. Before malcing +ha'l addilion, see flue folks al' . . . West Carollton Building 84 Supply l28 Soufh Elm Slreel' 859-3l3l Wes? Carrollion Building 8: Supply has everylliing in flue way of home improvemenls. Always Slriving for a Qualily Pro-cluci' . . . FAIRMONT WEST HIGH SCHOOL DORCTHY LANE MARKETS and SUPER CENTER N E Sandy Afherfon and Domma Ecfon know the bargains are a+ Dorofhy Lane Markefs. 27l0 Far Hills Avenue 5520 Airway Road 5225 Springboro Roacl 299-356l 253-3 l 35 298-73I l ,ex If J' M W Finer Fashions 9'inQ6P9Q 3I Greene S'l'ree+ Xenia, Ohio FAIRMONT WEST PEP CLUB REPRESENTS School Spirii' Sporfsmanship Service BACK THE DRAGONS, IIO'X, Shar C k R k Gff y Debb Ryd h ppy ifh +h F fh d fhey spon d f POWELL'S GARAGE Aufomobile Repairs Yahama Mororcycle Sales 3044 Wilmingfon Avenue 293-7772 " SM'r'ChyIFk d PHOTO LEO 502 E. Slroop YOUR LOCAL HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FINEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY TAPE RECORDERS AND HALLMARK CARDS Linda Hellon and Joanne Profil' find Phofo Leo carries a full line of audio equipmenf One of +he Na+ion's Largesl' Suppliers of Fine Office Furni'l'ure, Sfalionery, and Equipmenf. Up and coming execufives, as well as +l1ose already lhere, choose . . . ll I-I I3 E. Third Slreel' 22,8-6l75 I Sandy Taylor and Judy Fenlon find a wide assorlmenl of deslc essories al Roll'1's. acc TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF Ai' lhe wonderful seleclion of Early American Furnilure and accessories from 'lhe . . . , gf,-,,w1,: - .V . , I . icpe eiiiii f ififfif-Ti S liiewefiel y 'ii?i?f5lff in -l if . ' -"' iiifi. 527771 A P 'f L. Q e.f-i' 1 ffffllflf ,-'f I . f r i 4 ryri ' V, .,: .,..'- f ,,vf.i . ,r ,, f ..uw 2272 Wes'l' Scl1anl'z Avenue 299-340l Judy Horslman admires The graciousness of early Amerie: decor al 'lhe Early American Shop. I. . K 81 D PARTY SUPPLY 2955 Springboro Pike 299-0 I 82 Billie Wafson and Sieve Lauderback know 'rhaf K8rD "fills The bill," whefher if be a large club meefing, banquet or a privale parly. MAX'S SHOE STORE "COMPLETE FAMILY SHOE STORE SINCE I925" Naiionally Adveriised Shoes i' 'A' Also Complefe Line of Orihopedic Shoes for Any Fool' Disorder 729 Wa'I'ervlie1' ai' Smifhville 253-8007 Joanne Fisher and Cheryl O'Hara know fha? a perfeci fif is never a problem a+ Max's Shoe Sfore. I . For The fines? service in real esiale fransaciions, see Jack E. Irvin and his associafes, daughfers Laurie ancl Jill. l W. T. GRANT COMPANY 528 Eas'l' SIFOOP Rd. I044 Pa'H-ergon Keflefing Plara BreiI'ens'l'raI'er Square 298-I40I 253-I I87 Leslee Ruff, Kalhy Dixon, and Mary Green discover 'lhaf you ei can find almosl anyfhing for sale al GranI's. L I I Imperial House Souih Q Imperial House NorI'I1 In'I'ersI'aI'e 75 and Ohio 725 ln+e,.s.I.a.l.e 75 and Needmore Rd DHYIOU- Ohio Where every guest isKing! Dayion. Ohio Rese"'aI'on5"86b'626' Week-End Vacafions wiI'h Year-Around Swimming Rese"Val"o"S 278'57"' I -T OAKWOOD FLORIST and HILLS 81 DALES FLORIST 23I9 Far Hills Hills and Dales 293-I I96 293-2I79 Sue Coe, Marilyn Brock. and Jennifer Clark admire some of Ihe Nighf accenluafes fhe confemporary beauiy of fhe newly-sfyled Mefropolifan. The Town 81 Country Met . Second-Home S'l'yle Headquarlers for Hundreds of Fairmonr Wesi' Sludenls and Their Families L I Ques+ion: Wl1a+'s an economical way fo be sporfy, keep your 'Feel' dry, and sail fhrough 'I'own in sfyle? Tom Haugl1+'s answer, "Take a irial ride on a Honda." HONDA OF DAYTON 3050 KeH'ering Blvd. 293-2462 Ad Hbrd gdffAld p lrfd MEYER'S MEAT MARKET 23 Parlc Avenue 40l5 Far Hills Avenue TOBIAS Funeral Home, Inc. 648 WATERVLIET AVENUE AT FAUVER DAYTON 20, OHIO 252-3l22 LaMar Tobias AMBU LANCE Arnold Lohmann Painting 81 Decorating 500 Schuyler Dr. 293-2920 Eff l b g will: speedy lra p l l g S L h d C l H l Jcl:My do ih qully dl +I llhemy llvly Pyper Sand 84 Gravel Far Hills Avenue Kettering Plat Development dresses sportswear gifts antiques O1 FAR HILLS AVENUE OAKWOOD Myron Cornish Company Carpet Luxury for Your Home 2427 W. Dorothy Lane 293-4I57 Kathi and Judy Horstman find that Fairmont West th d pit + t+My C 'hc p S F6 -Cdl' 6 FSB men G FOFI 'Ol'I'lIS Om Bn MIAMI STATIONERS, INC. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND GREETING CARDS We Serve Therefore We Grow" 27 E. Seconcl SI. 224-96I3 Phl Brown, Gail Anderson. and Jim Shepard buy all I I ery supplies af Miami Siaiioners. Dayton Reliable Tool 81 Manufacturing Co 6 I 8 Greenmounf Blvd. 298-739I Terry Fraze finds a loi goes info rnalcing a blue lil. E. AMAND REALTOR "Our 24Ih Year" serving residenis in 'Ihis area II Carrlands Drive-Corner Far Hills Phones 293-SI I4 - 293-84I6 K and Cheryl Amand are proud of ihe repuiaiion Ih f ih has afiairied in 'rhe field of real esiaie. Phil 81 Jerry's Fooclarama 2l W. Whipp Rd. 434-I294 Owner Phil Meyer shows Nancy Galli lhal 'Friendly servic n lhe bag al Phil 81 Jerry's Foodarama. BYRD'S BEAUTY scHooL Dayl'on's Oldesl' School of Beauly Cullure Enroll Now Those Qualified Can Learn a Glamorous Profilable Career A+ Third and Main 222-8795 J dy Merrifield, Janel' King. and Claudia Hall find experfly 'l ined sludenls, under The supervision ol lhe finesf inslruclor l' dying modern hair sfyling al' Byrd's. Dooley's Pharmacy 3706 Wilminglon Pike 298-7329 and Slroop and Marshall 298-98l3 S vice is a family affair as Mr. Roberl Dooley and daughfer V lc d S H' + yan uea es. 9 wuv BE SATISFIEII wma LESS THAN A PQNTUAQ Wm B!JDBEBi3P!JI1'l'lI1!3 Sandy Finley and Nancy Giffin decide 'ro give Jack Frosf 'the boo? wifh 'foo+wear 'from Roderer's. In Ke'H'erm - In O lc od- 23" Far Hills A Van Buren Shopping C i' Town and Coun'l' y Sh pp g C AL'S AUTO GLASS CO. Insfalled While You Wail' or Shop 4, WX PICK UP AND DELIVERY IF DESIRED 'S Q TINTED OR CLEAR SAFETY GLASS I r ffeieiiii 329 S. Jefferson Dan Allen selecfs a new windshield al Al's Aulo Glass. HELM'S MARKET Choice Meal' ar Your Price 3500 Wilminglon Pike 299-2292 Dave Helm hands Jaine Williams a pound of fine qualify meal af his fafher's sfore. SCHLIENTZ AND MOORE 'One of Ohio's lvlosl Beauliful Funeral I-lomes I632 WAYNE AVENUE Call 253-I44I OHIO SEALER 81 CHEMICAL CORPORATION ZOI9 S. Springboro Roaci 298-526I 'T-5 GOOD FOOD- 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK COUNTRY KITCHEN corner WiIming+on Pike and Dorofhy Lane THOMA CONTACT LENS EXCLUSIVE CONTACT LENS TECHNICIANS, WHERE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING ARE EVIDENCED BY THE MANY SUCCESSFUL WEARERS 7I4 ReiboIcI Building Dayfon 2, Ohio 222-7879 J. WILLIAN CONROY These siudenfs appreciate the conv nce wearing Thema coniaci lenses. I I L.. 0 ' f sl:ephan's school of beauty culture, inc I2l No. Main Sf., Dayfon 203 Arcue Bldg., Springfield 223-22l6 325-272I WANT TO GAMBLE? You can leave your cap and gown behind and fake a chance on finding success in 'I'he 'rough world of business. Or, you can sfudy cosmefology and be assured of financial independence while engaging in a worfhwhile profession. Don'l' gamble-fall: fo Charles of Sl'ephan's. Ann Cushwa has her hair experfly sfyled af Charles of Sfephan's. L. T. LAQUAGLIA DECORATORS l432 Arbor Avenue af fhe corner of Wayne and Arbor 252-949i Bill Maerker, Allen Laquaglia, and Mrs. Alice Bofes look over samples of fhe maferials 'ro be found af Laquaglia Decorafors. .6 A i x 2 I 'ffl liilllilfgigiemi isse if P 1900 w. DOROTHY LANE, DAYTON 39, ol-no . 298-9846 PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULIC PRODUCTS Rick Mosier and Befh Nolan fake fime ouf for re- freshmenf af fhe K. C. Mosier Co. SHANNON BUICK SALES SERVICE PARTS LOW COST SERVICE RENTAL CARS I6I Salem Avenue 224-854I Dreams come 'Irue for Dave Shannon as his d ci hands him keys fo a new Buick. MASTERCRAFT TOOL 81 DIE CO. Designers and Builders Tools-Dies-Jigs-Fixiures-Gages Special Machinery 350 E. Huffman 254- I 79I PLANNING ASSISTANCE CARPENTRY PLUMBING REWIRING AIR CONDITIONING ROOFING PLASTERING Mrs. Sue Thompson admires a sample panel from W. S. Remo HAVE YOU OUTGROWN YOUR HOME? deling. WHEN YOU NEED REMODELING OR BUILDING Phone 268-687I W. S. REMODELING KITCHEN REMODELING PAINTING ADDITIONS CARPORTS GARAGES PATIOS BOOKS ARE THE BEST FOUNDATION FOR YOUR HOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE! Build wi+h: Barnes 8: Noble College OuI'lines , 1 I Lifflefield, Adams Sfudy Ouflines In Harper 81 Row-Compleie ' N' - Required Reading Tiiles X Iifll I X and many, many more all lg? l ,I ' Town and 5 I .J I IX I Country M . I I PAPERBOOKS V I I I l.. , Sou'I'h Mall-Town 81 Counfry Shopping CenI'er Roberts Funeral Home 92I Brown S1'ree+ Dayron 9, Ohio 223-8I I7 WILLIAM E. ROBERTS W. WEBSTER ROBERTS 6I3 .E. Doroihy Lane 380I LeFevre Dr. 299-9'26 293-8633 IX FOR THE FINEST IN EYEWEAR EXPERT CONTACT LENS FITTING TRUMAN OPTICIANS I04 N. Main Across from Rikes 224-I782 Janis Toll asks The op o I Karan Gaddis b I rh selecfion of new frames from Truman Opfic ikizlhifffw, ,',,. 'fy ,ef figy ., ',f' , sifffglgg 5 ". Marsha Deefer I"' Richard Jacobs Mdrfhi APPI9 Underclass Picfures by DELMAR Barbara Horner PM RUHYGH Tonya Sizelove DAYTON OPTICAL COMPANY NOW WITH THREE LOCATIONS: Main Office: ' 2I3 S. Main S+. I Branch Offices: , ' I III S. Mein S+. 3 and I 325 Grand Ave. P CONTACT LENSES AND COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE TOOLC RAFT PRODUCTS, INC I265 McCook Avenue Dayfon 4. Ohio THE HOOVEN-POHLMEYER INSURANCE COMPANY Suife 320, Ludlow Building Dayfon 2, Jim Miner PAGE MANOR FURNITURE DMM! WE REPRESENT ONLY BRAND NAME MERCHANDISE ,EARLY AMERICAN 0 CONTEMPORARY 0 PROVINCIAL 0-DAINISIEI THOMASVILLE - HOWELL LANE . RENMORE BASSETT BEDROOM-LIVING ROOM . SEALY KARPEN DINING ROOM-KITCHEN o MAXWELL-ROYAL CHASE I . BASIC-WITZ AMERICAN OCCASICNAI-5 . I-IABER DREW PARTITIONS-PICTURES 0 MOHAWK q POTTERY DECORATOR ITEMS FOR THE ENTIRE HOME STEREO APPLIANCES TELEVISION RCA VICTOR AMANA ZENITH RCA WHIRLPOOL TAPPAN MAYTAG OPEN DAILY TILL 9 P.M. 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H MACHINE TOOL COMPANY, INC. 280I Wilminglon Pike 298-7575 5 0 GNGXXG woe? ov .I- Machine Tool Co. 0 -'IJ-,OW O60 ANKNEY FOOD SERVICE SINCE I948 INDUSTRIAL CAFETERIA MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATIC CAFETERIAS CusI'om Planned Service o BANQUETS o PICNICS o PARTIES o COMPLETE VENDING "Serving Over 20 Dayfon Firms" 46I-5656 Through all kinds of weaII'Ier IeI AnIcrIey's plan your menu. SCHOTT PLUMBING, INC. 2360 Wesi' DoroI'I1y Lane 299-775I Famous for Qualify ResicIenI'iaI and Commercial Plumbing and Hearing Dan Reinicke knows Thar ScIIo'rI' PIumbin is 'rhe 9 answer for speedy and efficieni servrce. Fine Drycleaning Since I922 H INKLEY J CLEANERS 4018 Kettering Blvd. We Call For and Deliver Phone 293-0023 G-ayIe Mundy and Jeff Hinkley discuss Ihe fine quaIi+y of service found af HinkIey Cleaners. Judy Deem and Tom BohardT experimenT wifh one of BarneT's in Bellbrook's fine sTereo seTs. BarneT's offers ouTsTanding TurniTure buys amid pleasanT aTmosphere. Beau- Tiful drive To rusTic Bellbrook complemenTs aTTracTively low-price Tags on naTionally known TurniTure and appliances. Barnet's in Bellbrook where browsing always Turns To choosing. NOTE OF THANKS FairmonT WesT's Dragon is compiled like a clock's work, wiTh each secTion doing iTs parT in The compleTion of The yearbook. While sTaTT members are The hands oT The clock, overT in Their acTions, There are Those who labor quieTly wiThin The organizaTion. wiThouT whose help The annual would noT be possible. There is lvlrs. Jane E. Nolan, FairmonT WesT's yearbook adviser, who Tor The pasT Tive years has been The main-spring oT The Dragon: Mr. and Mrs. l'lGl Logan OT Logan STUCUOS. who did such Tine work on The senior picTures: lvlr. Bill Maerker, also oT Logan STudios. who phoTographed seniors, as well as Took The organizaTions and inTormal acTiviTy shoTsI Mr. Jack lvlolz, Delmar STudios, Tor The underclass picTures7 and Mr. lv1aTT McCormick and Mr. Terry l-lirTzinger oT The Taylor Publishing Company. Besides The Technical aid oT Those menTioned above, The yearbook sTaTT is graTeTul To The adminisTraTion and TaculTy oT FairmonT WesTg as well as The adminisTraTors oT The KeTTering School SysTemq our paTienT cusTodian, Mr. Paul ArThur, who assisTed on ship- menT nighTs3 lvlr. Leland l-lallg The many adverTisers who invesTed in The Dragonp and parenT, business, and proTessional paTrons: all oT whom had a role in The creaTion oT This yearbook. lvlosT oT all, The sTaTT Thanks The members oT The sTudenT body Tor Their supporT oT The Dragon, and Tor caring enough abouT FairrnonT WesT To wanT a picTorial remembrance oT Their high school days. F. J. AUWERS. D.O. LAURA S. AUWERS. D.O. DR. RICHARD F. BAHR 3558 Far Hills Ave. 298-866I EUGENE W. BETZ DR. B. H. BORDWELL Gas and Eleclric Building 228-9562 WILLIAM B. BRENNAN, D.M.D. 345I Shroyer Road 299-6257 DAVID E. BROWN. M.D. 403 E. Main 859-3843 BRYSON V. BURNS, C.L.V. 333 W. Firsl' S'I'reel' Suile 244 46 I -49 I 0 DR. W. C. CHANEY 25 I 9 Far Hills Ave. 298-7279 Professional Patrons boost '65 DR. JAMES C. HERTEL 25I9 Far Hills Ave. 298-7279 DAYTON R. CLARK M.D. I I I0 S. Main 223-I226 RICHARD T. EATON 4709 Silverwoocl Drive 293-7483 ARTHUR C. FOUKE M.D. Harries Building 222-403I FRANK E. FROUNFELKER, D.D.S. 360I S. Dixie Highway Kelfering 39. Ohio 298-664I MR. E. L. GIFFIN 2600 Far Hills Ave. 298-5239 DRS. GRABEMAN 81 COSTAS I735 Big Hill Road Big Hill Professional Ar'I's Building 298-9948 JOHN E. GROFF, M.D. 480 Fidelily Medical Building 222-6072 L. J. GUMPER. M.D. Fidelily Building 224-I737 L. M. HALEY, M.D. 2567 Far Hills Ave. 298-735I W. J. LEWIS, M.D. 2567 Far Hills Ave. 298-735I HUGH W. HENNING, D D S 2000 Far Hills Ave. 298-406I WITHROW, HUTTON, 8: SNYDER 907 American Building Daylon 2, Ohio 222-4646 DR. W. E. JOHNSTON I5 Soulhmoor Circle 298-9987 Advertising goal to S7000 DR. CHARLES JORDAN 4440 Lo+z Road 293-I353 DRS. KING, MAYERSON. 8: STUMP Reibold Building 224-855 I J. F. LEARY 8: S. A. LANEVE I735 Big Hill Road 298-74I7 MR. JAMESPT. LYNN 5OI Sylvandale Drive 299-9607 MR. ROBERT MARK R.F.D. ilfl FIin'r Pond Ro-ad Nossva, New Hampshire JAMES F. MURRAY, D.D.S. Brei+ens+ra'I'er Square 254-383I OTEY F. PETERS, O.D. 302 Gem Ci+y Savings Building 228-3762 S. J. RANDALL, M.D. Ninlh Floor, FideIi'I'y Building 222-3352 JOHN W. RATCHFORD 907 American Building Daylon 2, Ohio 222-4646 DR. E. J. REAGAN 945 E. Cenlral Ave. Miamisburg. Ohio PAUL E. REICHERT D.D.S. 924 Shroyer Road 293-8272 W. K. RIEGEL, D.S.C. I03 W. Slroop Road 298-694-I LOWELL SCHAEUBLIN. D.S.C. I349 Third Nalional Building 222-9964 DR. R. SCHAMEL I5 Soulhmoor Circle 299-5 I 9I MR. OSCAR B. SCHARRER 3709 Marry Knoll Drive 6I3 Third Nalional Building 223-4I93 RAY SCHEUER I0 Soulhmoor Circle 298-74I9 J. K. STEVENS. O.D. 4055 Far Hills Ave. 299-3404 JAMES B. TRIFFON, D.D.S. 254I Far Hills Ave. 299-7 I 5I JOHN WORTHMAN. M.D. 945 Pallerson 298-I46I ROBERT E. ZIPF I5 Souihmoor Circle 298-0I75 DRS. ZIMMER 8: ZIMMER CHIROPRACTORS 22 Burkhardl' 253-6 I49 AIRCO COALS, INC. 2400 Far Hills Ave. 299-359l AMERICAN GAGE 8: MFG. I25 Bayard Sfreel' 228-6l49 ANTON'S BEAUTY SALON KeHering Shopping Cenler 298-39I4 ARROW INC. 2950 Far Hills Ave. 298-I456 BEIGEL JEWELERS, INC. 20 Norlh Main Slreel' 228-879I BORCHERS INSURANCE CO. I I Slrallord 223-l288 BUSINESS FURNITURE CORP. Designers-BuiIders- Consullanls 3300 Soul'h Dixie Dr. 299-3 l6l CARILLON CAFETERIA 26I I Soulh Dixie Dr. 299-9622 CATTERTON INSURANCE AGENCY 800 Third Nalional Bldg. 222-6622 CORBAN REALTY Third Nafional Bldg. 224-I959 DAYTON ADVERTISING CO. F. R. Pa'Herson 280l Far Hills Ave. 293-5020 Daylon, Ohio 454l9 DAYTON RELIABLE TOOL 81 MFG. 6 I 8 Greenmounl Blvd. 298-739 I Local Business Patrons help DON'S HAIRDRESSERS 425 Pallerson Road 293-l4l I DOROTHY LANE HUMBLE SERVICENTER l020 E. Dorolhy Lane SXS 247 KeH'ering, Ohio 454I9 293-8422 DOYLE'S AUTO PARTS I935 Springboro Pilce 298-5704 T. E. DUNLEVEY 84 SON Plumbing and Healing 293-4066 DYBVIG 8: FRYDMAN REALTORS l2l8 Talbol Tower 223-426l ESTEPP SINCLAIR SERVICE 22l2 S. PaH'erson Blvd. 293-Ol I0 ESTRIDGE MARKET 3 I 24 Wilminglon Pike 293-3532 FASHION FLAIR 2055 Dorolhy Lane 299-I90I FERNANDEZ ART CRAFT 4I I0 Town 81 Counlry Rd. Kel"l'ering, Ohio 293-9992 FLEENOR MACHINERY 8: GRINDING 6305 Norlh Dixie Dr. 274-7624 GORMAN, INC. REALTORS 255 Norlh Main Sfreel' 222-I I43 LYN GREER BEAUTY SHOPPE 93l Shroyer Road 299-6603 GROBY'S GARDEN STORE 430I Far Hills Ave. 293-7424 HILLTOP CONCRETE I725 Woodman Drive 253-5I6l HORLACHER FLOWERS 9l9 Alberfa Sl'ree+ 228-2I29 HUTTON, WITHROW, 8: SNYDER 907 American Bldg. Dayfon 2, Ohio 222-4646 INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL 4 I 3 Lonolce 254-3549 HARRY KALB FURNITURE 948 PaH'erson Road 293-9202 KETTERING VILLAGE INN 390l Far Hills Ave. 293-2 I44 KING COLE RESTAURANT 34 Wesl Second Slreel 222-677I KISTLER'S SPECIALIZED GIFTS 4l82 Keflering Blvd. Dayfon 39, Ohio 293-7004 BILLY LEWIS. INC. Corner of Firsl' 8: Ludlow 222-404l LEWIS AUTO SALES 3900 W. Third Slreel' 263-9332 LOWE BROTHERS COMPANY 5I2 Easl' Slroop 293-96I6 MCAFEE PONTIAC 202 N.VMain Slreel 866-3308 DRAGON became CI success MAR-LIN LOUNGE 3500 Marshall Road Kefiering 29, Ohio 293-0426 MARTIN ELECTRIC COMPANY 3I0 E. Second S+reeI' 228-5I4I MECKSTROTH-REGER SHADE SHOP, INC. 45 W. Whipp Road 434-I28I DON MENDENHALL, INC. 2655 Souih Dixie Dr. 298-7437 METROPOLITAN CLEANERS 2228 San Rae Drive N. Main S+ree'I' Cen'I'erviIIe, Ohio 299-592 I MILLER'S SPORTING GOODS 256 Eas'r Siroop Road 293-I I09 FRED MITCHELL COMPANY 392 N. Main S'Iree'r 228-6033 R. L. NORRIS FURNITURE 2874 S. Dixie Dr. 293-5I93 OAKDALE LUMBER 8: MILLWORK COMPANY P.O. Box 67 Far Hills Branch 293-I I9I OAKWOOD SALON OF BEAUTY 24I3 Far Hills Ave. 299-3797 ONE-HOUR CLEAMERAMA I9 W. Whipp Road 434-3553 PANOHIO MORTGAGES I I Easf Firs'l' S'I'reeI' 228-I I44 THE PEASE SALT COMPANY 66 Eaker SI'reeI' 228-7336 THE-PET 8: GARDEN SHOP 450 PaHerson Road 298-7383 PURE FIREBIRD PLAZA 4O0I Sou+h Dixie 298-I833 REDMAN'S T.V. 2920 Soufh Dixie 298-3552 ROBERTS JEWELERS WiIming'ron a'l' PaH'erson Brei'I'ens'Ira+er Square 252-0869 ROSE GARAGE 8: SERVICE 3520 MarshaII 293-0482 RUBICON CADILLAC. INC. iifl Oakwood Ave. 299-3 506-46 I -3 600 S. 8: R. TOOL CORPORATION 429 Winsfon Ave. 253-I I39 SAN RAE BAKERY, INC. 2222 San Rae Drive 299-5538 SAN RAE BEAUTY SALON 2220 San Rae Drive 293-73I5 SCHULER FLORISTS 83I Wa'IervIie+ Ave. 253-842I S. DAYTON DUMP 81 LAND FILL I975 Springboro Pike 299-889 I SOUTH DIXIE BOWL, INC. 3522 KeH'ering BIvd. 299-558I STARR PHARMACY 466 PaH'erson Road 293-I I I9 STRAGAND'S FOODTOWN I2I5 E. Siroop Road 298-022I TALBOTT TOWER DRUGS I23 Norfh Ludlow S+ree+ Dayion 2, -Ohio 228-638I or 228-7722 TEM-TEE SMORGASBORD 2537 Wilmingion Pike 299-3092 TOWN 8: COUNTRY SUNOCO 3959 Far Hills Ave. 293-7044 VAN BUREN APARTMENTS I956 Sou'I'h Smi1'hviIIe Rd. 252-5066 VAN JAN ORIGINALS 927 Shroyer Road 299-806I THE WEHNER ROOFING 8: TINNING 2933 Dryden Road 298-994I PAUL T. WELCH ENTERPRISES 3I7I Sou'rhdaIe Drive 298-9877 C. L. WIKEL JEWELERS I3I N. Ludlow S+ree'I' Dayion 2, Ohio 228-7552 WILMINGTON HEIGHTS MARKET AND PHARMACY 4650 WiIming'Ion Pike 299-4I 64 WOODLEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. I205IW. Dorofhy Lane 298-990I LEONORE ZAPOLEON 2I W. Firsf S'Iree'I Dayfon, Ohio 222-5894 Parents continue Yearbook patronage MRS. E. KENNETH ABE 206 S. Bromfield Road Kim IEI Junior MRS. GEORGE ABELL II49 Carlisle Avenue MR. AND MRS. ROBERT M. ABERNATHY 8I3 Rockhill Ave. Dick IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD S. ALBERY 39I7 Cordell Drive Bill Senior MR. AND MRS. A. W. ALEXANDER 3865 Ear Hills Avenue Rick Junior MR. AND MRS. BILLY J. ALEXANDER 4354 Flowerdale Avenue Sfeve ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ALEXANDER 2820 Wehrly Avenue Larry IEI Senior DR. AND MRS. R. A. ALLEN 4l0 Judifh Drive Margaref IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. TRAVIS ALLRED 2725 Acorn Drive Greg Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN AMBROSINO 3789 Ufica Drive Drake IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. ANDERSON 400 Shady Cresf Drive Richard ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD APPLEGATE I2I Sforms Road Sandy ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. GORDON C. ARNOLD. JR. 820 Cushing Avenue Jennifer Kaye ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. EVERARD ATKINS 2235 Soufh Pafferson Boulevard Sfeven IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD AVERHAMMER I26I Laurelwood Road Thomas ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN BAKER 22l5 Willowgrove Avenue Phil IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL H. BALDERSON 3846 Elmira Drive Sharon Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. R. BALIS 2509 Adirondack Trail Nancy IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN BALL I759 Mayfield Avenue Susie ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD BALLARD 408 Cushing Avenue Paf Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BANKS 3540 Echo Spring Trail Bud ICI Sophomore MR. ROSS BATESON 368 Hill Sfreef MR. AND MRS. CARL BEAM 4230 Lofz Road Larry IEI Senior DR. AND MRS. H. J. BEARZY l27O Laurelwood Road Beverly Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES BEDWELL 20I7 Gay Drive Charloffe Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BEEBE I32I Tall Timber Trail Jim MR. AND MRS. CARL BIDDLE 6Ol Brookfield Road Jane ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. DONALD BINKLEY 2324 Soufh Dixie Drive Dale Caudill IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JACK BLOME 3II2 Big Hill Road Judy Junior MR. AND MRS. F. W. BLOOMER 34I Rockhill Avenue Jill ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. EDWIN F. BOHARDT 3200 Mirimar Sfreef Tom Senior MR. AND MRS. ALFRED M. BOLENDER II56 Donson Drive MR. AND MRS. JOHN BOWDEN 3225 Wilmingfon Avenue James Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. L. BOWMAN 4900 Bofield Drive Sharon Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BOSSI 3133 Locusf Camp Road Ron ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN G. BRADEN 4809 Judifh Drive Julie Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN O. BRANDT 85I Easf David Road Janef Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. A. BRAUN I49 Sherbrooke Drive Pam Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT C. BRAUTIGAM 2009 Gay Drive Conni Sue IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. C. BRECKENRIDGE 6I7 Laurelann Drive Cafhy ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEORGE A. BREGGER IOI7 Georgian Drive Connie ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BREWER 2844 Haig Avenue Tom ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. DALE BROADSTOCK 3230 Regenf Sfreef Allen IWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JASON C. BROWNE 7Il Orchard Drive Valerie IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. M. BROWN 3340 Governor's Trail Philip ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. E. J. BURROWS 956 Benfield Drive Bob ICI Junior MISS RUTH M. BUSSEER 428 Lewisfon Road MRS. WALTER K. BUSSELL 3200 Afherfon Road Jim IWI Senior MR. AND MRS. ALBERT F. BUTCKE 3320 Oakmonf Avenue Sue ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. D. E. BUTLER 2926 Oakland Avenue Kim Percifield IEI Junior Karen Percifield IEI Sophomore DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM R. CAIN 420 Pamela Sue Drive Jeannie IEI Sophomore MRS. MARY CALL 42I7 Lesher Drive. Apf. 4 Donna IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. RONALD CAMERON 208 Schuyler Drive Karen IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHAKRIAN I08 Wyngafe Drive Carol Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. D. CHARTER I4I Lincoln Park Boulevard Melody IWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CHILDRESS 4808 Algoocl Place Rick Senior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD CHILDRESS I2l5 Georgian Drive Karen IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. CARL C. CHRISTMAN 304 Earnshaw Drive Carl ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. CURTIS CLARK 2902 Cadillac Sfreef Dan IWI Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CLARK I0 Sfonehenge Road Jennifer IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN CLARK 638 Brubaker Drive Gerry IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEORGE COE 646 Rockhill Avenue Sue IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. H. A. COLLINS 4608 Renwood Drive Debbie IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. HENRY COLLINS 2536 Hazelwood Avenue Randy Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL COLVIN 4263 Maxlin Road Richard ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. WINFRED CONGLETON 3304 Carrier Avenue Greg Junior MR. AND MRS. D. O. CONNELL 2245 Soufh Pafferson Boulev Laurie ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H. S. CONNOR 42I6 Barfh Lane Jeff IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. COOK 3737 Endover Road Sharon IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN COOKSON IOOI Tabor Avenue Cheryl Shedder IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. W. J. CORBAN l34O Laurelwood Road John IEI Sophomore ard .l to maintain Fairmont West tradition MR. AND MRS. DELBERT CORNELIUS 632 Cushing Avenue Steven ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. LEE COX 3708 Wenzler Drive Phyllis ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. BERNARD CROSSEN 40I6 Meadowcrott Road Sharon IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. GERALD CULBERTSON 620 Hollendale Drive Bob IWI Senior MR. AND MRS. KEITH CUNNINGHAM 3033 Locust Camp Road Keith ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN CYRUS 2060 Cadillac Avenue Marie IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DECK 3590 Waterbury Drive Patricia Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE F. DEEBEL 4466 Mapleridge Place Kay IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. AMOS DICKE IIO8 Willowdale Avenue Joyce IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. P. DICKINSON 3829 Lenox Drive Suzy ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. T. ROBERT DINSMORE 3I49 Allendale Drive Sherrie IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL J. DODD 800 Sequoia Court Mark S. IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. W. L. DOGGETT 655 Brubaker Drive Larry IWI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. H. DOOLEY 3524 Springdale Drive Susan ICI Senior Vicki Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H. K. DOWNEY w2I Castle Drive Ken IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. H. DRAYTON 3324 Highgrove Place Marilyn Senior MR. AND MRS. KEITH EARI-IART 3867 Utica Drive Linda IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ALLEN H. ECTON 538 Elderwood Road Donna ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. FORD W. EKEY 880 Greenhouse Drive Glenn IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN ELROD 2852 Gladstone Street Tom Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES F. ESSENPREIS 636 Cushing Avenue Barbara ICI Junior Patricia IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. S. FAHRNEY 70I Stoneybrook Drive Sue IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. T. J. FARR 924 Ingersol Drive Tom ICI Senior AND MRS. J. T. FENTON Fawnwood Road Judy Senior MR. AND MRS. J. N. FIALA I4-49 Stockton Avenue Bill IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. H. FINKE 4148 Stonehaven Road Cheryl IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. SAM FINLEY 35II Delaine Avenue Sandy IEI Junior MR. 367 MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E. FIRTH 321 South Bromtield Road Monica IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE A. FISHER. JR. 539 Elderwood Road Joanne ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. L. FISHER 4000 West Dogwood Trail Nancie ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE FLANAGAN 782 Big Hill Road Mike Junior MR. AND MRS. L. HOWARD FLATTER 4209 Schrubb Drive MR. AND MRS. EVERETTE FLORA 36Il Bentield Drive Sharon Senior MR. AND MRS. J. R. FORSTHOFF 808 Willowdale Avenue Pat IEI Senior .Kay ICI Junior DR. AND MRS. A. E. FOUKE 435I Overland Trail John ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. ERNST FOURMAN 4049 Brookdale Larry Dietz IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT FRAME 805 Ingersol Drive Dayna IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. TONY W. GADDIS 3556 Waterbury Drive Karan IWI Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL GAFFNEY 305 Primrose Lane Rickie IEI Junior MAJ. AND MRS. E. J. GAINOK 3204- Ackerman Boulevard Dianne Jo Junior DR. AND MRS. L. W. GARDNER 3I7I Southdale Drive. Apartment I Judy Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HOYT GARRISON 745 Hadley Avenue JoAnne ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD GRANT 363l Sinton Place Janet ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. A. H. GREBER 849 Danan Circle Arlin. Jr. IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. GREEN 4049 Stonehaven Road Mary IWI Junior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD GREENE I023 Mendota Court Ron Senior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES M. GRICE lI58 Ridgeview Avenue Sandy IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HERBERT GROVES 2008 Reardon Drive Joyce ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. C. W. HAHN. JR. l25 'Sherbrooke Drive Steve Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CLARK J. HAINES 2540 Fairmont Avenue MR. AND MRS. J. H. HALDERMAN 833 Carousel Circle Jane ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. GILBERT E. HALL I220 Chateau Drive John IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. LELAND HALL 23I5 Willowgrove Avenue MR. AND MRS. MITCHELL HALL 4l08 Le Fevre Drive Jim IWI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAMES 4274 Meadowcrott Road John IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. DONALD C. l"'IANAUER 4488 Sunray Road Sharon IEI Junior MR'. AND MRS. C. R. HARDING 409 Earnshaw Drive Sandra Lynn IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. HARDING 424 Tamarac Trail Jack IEI Senior Steve IWI Junior Bob IWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT M. HARTRANFT 3327 Highgrove Place Beth Senior MR. AND MRS. H. R. HASTINGS. SR. 2724 Quail Lane Harry Senior Paul Sophomore MR. AND MRS. IRA M. HAYES I34 Castle Drive Steve ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. L. HAYNIE 917 Gardner Road Phil IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. A. 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AND MRS. DONALD MacBAlN 2729 San Rae Drive John A. IWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EDWARD P. MACHLE 2908 San Rae Drive Chris ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GENE MacINTYRE II33 Big Hill Road Katie IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. FLOYD L. MADDEN 3223 Allendale Drive Marilyn ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES C. MAEDER I473 Bowman Avenue Sue IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. A. R. MALESKE 5I5 Storms Road Michael ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. RALPH MALOON I764 Hillwood Drive Dan IWI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. H. MALTB I I I2 Wenbroolc Drive Dave IEI Junior Y 298 l I 1100.1 Spirit in Parent Patron contest MR. AND MRS. MARVIN MANKER 2620 Delmonte Avenue Jill IEI Senior John Senior MR. AND MRS. E.J. MANLEY I437 Doddington Road Pat ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. THOMAS F. MARCHAL 39I7 Gardenview Place Jim IEI Senior MRS. ETHEL MARLIN 559 Broad Boulevard Frank IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. MARTIN 200 Earnshaw Drive Susan IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. S. MCALLISTER 1325 Belvoir Avenue Cindy ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN MCCABE 52l Oakview Drive Nancy IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. ALAN McCALLA 87I6 Larriwood Avenue Kerry Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN MCCANDLESS 2724 San Rae Drive Mary Senior Edith Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. L. MCCURDY 3I I8 Shroyer Road Lynn IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL B. McKEE IOO0 Swango Drive James IEI Junior Traditional spirit shown by Homeroom 308 with IOOM, patronage MR. AND MRS. W. E. McMAKEN I32 Greendale Drive Robert IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. C. MCMURTREY Il25 Donson Drive Robert IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN C. MEDFORD 449 Ivy Crest Terrace Katherine Junior MR. AND MRS. BURDETT G. MEEKS 309 Carrlands Drive Carol ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. HERMAN MELIN 4200 Overland Trail Linda Junior MR. AND MRS. M. L. MELVILLE I 26l6 Wehrly Avenue Sally Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE MENCHEN IO55 Mendota Court Susan L. IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. G. W. MOORE 3I0O Aerial Avenue Karen IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES MOORE I348 Wheatland Avenue Sharon IWI Junior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES A. MORRIS 6I5 Rockhill Avenue Pamela IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL MORRIS 630 Dellhurst Drive Patti IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. K. C. MOSIER 35I6 Springdale Drive Rick IWI Junior MR. AND MRS. WALTER MUSELIN 4-6I3 Sunray Road Walter IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. D. J. MUSIC 42I Pamela Sue Drive Nancy ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LESTER W. NEFF I I2I Willowdale Avenue Leslie IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ALFRED A. NELSON 676 Wiltshire Boulevard Bill ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. P. HOMER NICELY 4724 Far Hills Avenue Raymonde IWI.Junior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES NOLAN 3323 Highgrove Place Beth IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. CARL E. NORDOUEST 4823 Pamela Sue Drive Susan IWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. NUGENT 1725 Hillwood Drive Tim IEI Senior Jack ICI 'Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK N OSBORN 36I3 Wilmington Pike Carol Sophomore MR. AND MRS. D. H. PADDOCK 704 E. Dorothy Lane Fam IWI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. PALMER I I08 Greenridge Drive Eddie IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRANK PAPP 3224 Claar Avenue Greg ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAY PARSONS 3337 Sagamon Avenue James Sophomore MR. ROBERT H. PATON 3724 Bentield Drive Patricia Junior MR. AND MRS. HARRY PATRICK 28I3 Colonial Avenue Barbara Senior MR. AND MRS. F. R. PATTERSON 420 Cushing Avenue Mariorie IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. J. PENNY 3830 Maryknoll Drive Barbara Senior Bonnie Sophomore MR. AND MRS. KARL PESTER 24I7 Acorn Drive Sue Junior MR. AND MRS. DANIEL J. PETRY 4I 80 Meadocrott Road Linda ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. MARION A. PHILLIPS 2763 Rushland Drive Dorothy Senior MRS. JACK POORE 3844 Longridge Drive Peggy ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DAVID PORTNEY I IOO Independence Drive Richard Jacobs IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HAYDEN D. POWELL 3584 Utica Drive Melanie ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. T. H. PRETORIUS 825 Cushing Avenue Thomas IWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HUGH PRICE 3409 Sharon Avenue Barb Sweeney Sophomore Contest reveals typical Fairmont West spirit MR. AND MRS. R. C. PRICE 828 Brubaker Drive Phyllis Junior John IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS PRIDE IOI6 Hollendale Drive Linda Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT I. PROBST 2265 Avalon Avenue Bobbi Junior MR. AND MRS. LEO H. PROFITT 776 Louetta Drive Jo-Anne IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. J. PULS I235 Ridgeview Avenue Penny Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ONNI RAITA 4-44l Ackerman Boulevard Sue ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES RAMEY 520 Glasgow Place MR. AND MRS. CLAYTON RAMMLER 4392 Jonathan Drive David Senior DR. AND MRS. LINUS E. RAUSCH 360I Blossom Heath Road Daniel IEI Senior MR. AND MRS. MYRON C. RAWERS 45l 7 Twilight Hill Drive Cindy IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DELMAR REAGAN 3033 Hillside Avenue Randy Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL REASOR 704 Storms Circle Connie Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH J. REED 900 Renwood Drive Dennis J. ICI Senior Karen A. ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD REINICKE 3360 Blossom Heath Road Dan ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL REINICKE 425 North Claridge Drive Susan IEI Junior MRS. ANNETTE S. RHEUBLE 359l Waterbury Drive Barbara ICI Junior 564- Winding Way Marcia Junior MR. AND MRS. W. J. RIDD 2905 Harvey Avenue Nancy Junior MR. AND MRS. HOWARD RIKE l25 Marchester Drive William ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN RISKO 3I6 Lincoln Park Boulevard Jeanne Senior Bill ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. M. L. RITCHIE 630 Brubaker Drive Karen IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. RIX. JR. 3547 Far Hills Avenue Pamela IEI Senior DR. AND MRS. H. D. ROBERT- SON 400 Canterbury Drive Terry Senior MR. JAMES ROBINSON 360 Forrer Boulevard Dayton MR. AND MRS. L. l'I. ROGERO 829 Brubaker Drive Pam Junior Pat I I Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WARREN ROSS 24-I Snowhill Ann IEI Sophomore 2636 Hazelwood Avenue Linda IEI Senior Rich ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. CHESTER A. ROUSH III9 Wenbrook Drive Jean Senior MRS. H. J. ROZELLE 409 Carrlands Drive Cheryl ICI Sophmore MR. AND MRS. B. C. RUFF 46I8 Winchester Drive Leslee ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM P. RUNYAN 4-4l4 LoI'L Road James ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. 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KENNETH SENSEMAN I IB9 Waving Willow Drive Beverly ICI Junior MRS. DOROTHY M. SEYBERT I4-53 Southlyn Drive Andy Senior MR. AND MRS. C. R. SHANKLIN 804 Kenosha Road Sally Junior MR. AND MRS. GENE SHANNON 345I Westbury Road David IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. EUGENE W. SHEPARD IOI6 Donson Drive Jim ICI Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. SHOEMACHER 4I3 Brydon Road Marc Junior MR. AND MRS. H. SHORT 308i Regent Street Jean ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE SHULTHEIS I4-8 Lincoln Park Boulevard David IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. GLEN SIMONS 509 Henrich Drive Elizabeth IEI Senior Judith IEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DALE SINKHORN 788 Willowdale Avenue Mark ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. T. S. SIZELOVE 808 Cushing Avenue Tonya Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. E. SKINNER 400 Tamarac Trail Robert Senior MR. AND MRS. DONALD K. SMITH 4825 Algood Place Sue ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DONALD L. SMITH 3567 Strathmoor Drive Don ICI Junior MR. AND MRS. MORRIS M. SMITH 322 Highland Terrace Steven T. IEI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. 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YOUNG 2973 Berkley Road Ru'lh Ann Senior MR. AND MRS. LOUIS A. ZAREMSKI 26l2 California Avenue Ronnie Junior Linda IWI Sophomore EVANS, DOUGLAS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2. 3: Track 2. 3. WILLIS, DENNIS-Alpha Phi Hi-Y 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: lnframurals 2. 3 JCOWA 3. Memories ease sadness at graduation Under +he dark cloud of deaih, ihe senior class of i964-65 began iis final year a+ Fairmoni' Wesi' High School. Ii was Augusi I8, I964 when Doug Evans died unexpeciedly of pneumonia. Tragedy siruck again on Sepiember I5, I964, and once more ihe senior class was casi in a shadow when a faial hunfing accideni iook ihe life of Denny Willis. Empiy desks of 'ihese Jrwo boys have been a consiani' reminder of iheir aciiviiies a+ school and life here on earih. Deep sor- row has drawn The senior class closer io- geiher knowing +ha+ boih Doug and Denny now have ihe golden keys io +he palace of eierniiy. Empiy desks remind friends of loss of familiar faces. 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Brains, Thomas ........ ,..... , ..... 2 24 Bainfer, Barbara ,. 24, 110, 166 Baird, Lawrence ..,................. 206 Baker, Barney ..,.,.,............,.... 224 Baker, Gene ................ 51, 224 BAKER, MR. J. L. ,,.... 86, 92, 103, 115, 206 Baker, Mary Ann ...... 25, 42, Baker, Pafsy .. ,,..... ,.................. 2 24 Baker, Mr. Paul ..,......... 11, 36 Baker, Philip ..,..... 51, 68, 224 Baker, Tom . ........,............ . 166 Baker, Thomas .,.,.. 68, 102, 206 Balderson, Sharon ,...,,,.,.,. 224 Balis, Nancy .. 86, 89, 92, 205, 206, 215 Ball, Susan ...... 31, 110, Ballard, Pafricia ...... 109, 110, 206 Balsfer, Mr. Walfer ., 104, 138 Balonier, Lucy ...,.... 92, 96, 206 Banks, William ...... 24, 27, 29, Barnes, James ...... 62, 1 16. DAVE BARN ET'S' T.V. PLIANCES ............................ Barr, Frederick ...... 24, 27, 90, 92, 154, 206 81 AP- 291 51, 86, Barfley, Barbara ...... Barfleff, James ........ 42, 25, 27, Photo Index Bradford, Kenf ..,..........,...,..,,.. 207 Bradford, William ,..... 71, 207 107 225 Bramble, James .................... Brandenburg, Linda Brandenburg, Madalyn ...... 437, 1 Brandenburg, Michael .. 70, Brander, Trina ...... 17, 84, 827 1 Brandf, Janef ...... 24, 30, 88, 111, 225 Brandf, William ...... 42, 88, 99, 102, 167 Brannan, Kalhleen .........,...... 167 Branum, Thomas .................... 225 Branum, Trerffon ..,..... 124, 167 Braun, David ...... 51, 91, 102, 207,247 Braun, Pamela .................,...... 167 Braufigam, Conni ..........,..,.. 225 Brazelfon, Carol ............,....... 207 Breckenridge, Cafhy .. 110, 225 Breckenridge, Terry ....., 71, 167 Bregger, Consfance .... 88, 207 Breisch, David ,.... . 86, 93, Brewer, Anifa .....,,. , ....,. , 149, 100, 207 167 207 Brigeman, Carol ........ 42, 167 Brill, David ..............., 71, 168 Brink, Barbara , ..,.....,,,.........,.. 167 Brisfow, Janice .................... 225 207 Broadsfock, Allen .....,.......... Brock, Marilyn ...... 25, 106, 168, 271 Broughlon, Jack ., 51, 102, 225 BROWN, DAVID E. MD. Brown, Mrs. Evelyn ............ 143 Brown, David ...... 85, 86, 103, 149, 168 Brown, Harry ..................,..... 207 BROWN, FAHRENDORF 8: Carr, Mrs. Mary .........,...... 134 Carroll, Barbara ...... 30, 208 Carfer, Dian ...... 30, 78, 208 Carfer, William ......,.....,... . 226 Casfor, Penelope ...... 41 226 zzA 14111 CASSANO'S P1 G .. 226 Caudill, Dale ............ 77, 226 Caudill, Marilyn .....,....,......... 208 Caudill, Samuel ............,....... 208 Caupp, Loreffa ........ 109, 169 Caupp, Orville .................... 226 Caywood, Craig .. 56, 86, 102, 208 Chakrian, Carol .....,...... 91, 226 Chambers, Pafricia ........ 31, Chaney, Marsha ..............,..... CHANEY, W. C. M.D. CHARLES OF STEPHANS ..,..................... 280 Charfer, Melody .................... 226 CHESS AND BRIDGE CLUBHQ Childress, Karen ...... 41, BB, 208 Childress, Richard ...... 42, Choafe, Roberl' ............ 124, Chrisfman, Carl ............ 42, Clark, Danny .......,.....,,. 41, Criss, A-my .,,,,...,. .......... 9 1, Crisf, Kennelh ............,... 41, Cron Sher 1 226 Criss, Eileen .................AA. 83. 205 208 , ...... ao, 111, 226 MYRON CORNISH CO. Cross, Mary ........ 30, 91, 208 Crossen, Sharon ............ 122, 171 Crouch, Larry ...,.................... 208 Cruise, William .....,...... 71, 209 Crumrine, Roberf ...... 98, 104, 109 171 Culberfson, Robert .... 124, 171 246 209 CULP'S FAR HILLS ............ Cunningham, Keifh .....,...... Cunningham, Kenl' ...,.. 51, 25356 Cupp, Alvin ....,..,.................... 171 Cupp, Jess .....,...................... 226 Curfis, Lana ...... 30, 42, 171 Cushwa, Ann ...... 17, 19, 21, 22, 175, 280 Cyesfer, Sfeven ...... . ..,.........A 171 Cyrus, Marie ........ .-..--.. 2 09 D 169 169 Clark, Mrs. Freda ,...... , 138, 208 Clark, David ........................ CLARK, DAYTON R., M.D. D 81 C TRANSPORTATION Dacon, John ................... ,........ 4 2 Dig TRANSPORTATION CO., IN . Daniels, Arvil ...... 118, 119, 171 Daniels, Susan .........------.------, - 171 Darling, Deborah ................ 227 Davis, Miss Merrilla ...... .----- I 34 Davis, Linda .....,......-.-.------ ------ 2 09 Davis, Nancy ..............-. 90. 227 Davis, Nicholas ........ 71, 209 Davis, Paul .....l................. 171 Davis, Thomas ...... 71, 227, 239 Day, Kafhleen .. 30, 89, 94, 96 Ancsan, John , ...............,.,,,,, . 95 AMERICAN GAGE 8: MFG.224 206 Anders, Linda .....,...,........,., . Anderson, Gail ...... 85, 86, 89, 94, 95, 107, 119, 164,275 Anderson, Richard ...... 105, Anderson, Roberf ........,....,.. Bussell, James .... ................ , 206 Anderson, Miss Rufh .......,,,.. 138 Andres, Befly Jane . .........., 224 Andres, Sally ...... 28, 43, 125, 158, 206 Andrews, Frank ...,....,,.....,.... 165 Andrews, Jan ............, 74, 224 Andrews, Richard .. 50, 58, 85, 102, 206 Anglemyer, George .. 71, 102, 149, 165 Ankney, Beniamin ...,...,........ 224 Ankney, Mr. Beniamin .. 136 ANKNEY FOOD SERVICE Ankney, Jon Wyn ................ 224 ANTIQUA FLORIST SHOP ANTON'S BEAUTY SALON Anfrobus, Clyde .................... 206 Appenzeller, Joyce ...... 89, E47 Apple, Marlha ...... 28, 75, 78, 88, 206 Applegafe, Sandra ......,. 24, 165 Applefon, Marfy ...... 89, 208, 224 Applefon, Thomas ............,... 206 Argabrife, Karen ...... 42, 109 165 Argue, George ............ 98, 206 Armacosf, Diane ..., 24, 30 165 Arnold, Kaye ...... 42, 86, 142, 5 Arnold, Mr. William ..,. 11, 138 Arnoff, Roberf ............,.........,. 224 ARROW INC. ,...,........ ..,... 2 94 ART CLUB ,..,.. ,....... .,..., I 1 9 Asbury, Alan .......,.................,,. 165 Ashmun, Douglas ................ 224 Ashmun, Kafhy ............ 38, 165 Aszling, Pafricia ...... 30, 85, Afha, Kay ........................ 30, 92 Afherfon, Sandra ...... 89, 103, 165, 267 Afkin, Sfeven ................ 90, 206 Auerhammer, Thomas .. 51, 98, 206 Auslin, Sandra .............,...... 165 Ausfin, William ......... ........,.. 224 AUWERS, FREDRICK J., DOi9i Auwers, Linda ...... 148, 165, 85, 86, 87, 104, 116, 118 80, 81, Barfon, Kennefh ....,....... 124, 206 Bafes, Ronald ...... 51, 68, 987 206 Bafeson, Mr. Ross ,,..., 56, 57, 138 Beam, Larry .. 68, 98, 102, 166, 253 Bearzy, Beverly ...... 17, 166, 253 Beaffy, Helen ...................,.... 224 Bedwell, Charloffe ....,... 30, 224 Bedwell, Linda ,.,... .............. . . 224 Beebe, James , .,.........,... 91, 224 Behm, Eric ...,........ 99, 124, 206 BEIGEL JEWELERS, INC. Bell, Carolyn .......,..,..... 206, 260 Bell, Roberl .......................,... . 166 Bellar, Karen ........................,... 224 Benner, Linda ...........,............ 206 Bensinger, Miss Shirley .... 134 Benson, John .....,.................. 206 Benson, Robert . ..........,..... 206 L.M. BERRY 81 CO. ,,...... 286 Berfschy, Ray .........,...,.,........ 224 BEIZ, EUGENE W. Biddle, Jane ..,... 26, 90, 92, 76 94, 206 Binning, Janef ...........,..,...., . 206 Binning, Roberf ..........., 149, 166 Bishop, Richard .. 86, 124, 207 166 224 Black, Lora ..,.... ...,...... , ,. 125, Blackford, Douglas .,.. 88, Blair, Lois ...... 25, 26, 42, 81, 166 Blair, Nancy .....,,...........,......... 224 Blakeman, Bonnie .. 40, 91, 166 Blake, Janef . ,,..,...........,..,...... 224 Blakeman, Bonnie ...... 40, 91, 166 Blakeman, John ...,........ 168, 224 BLOCK "F" .........,.,..,....., .. 101 Blome, Judifh ...... 25, 30, 207, 216, 244 Bloomer, Jill .. 28, 43, 94, 207, 122 Bloomfield, Cynfhia ...,........ 167 Bloomfield, Gary ...........,.... 224 Bloomfield, Sandra ............ 224 Blume, Gregorey ,.,.. 24, 27, 167 Bodiker, Cynfhia ...... 110, 237, 45 Boggs, Kafhy ...... 90, 116, 224 Boggs, Terri .................... 31, 167 Bohardf, John ............ 223, 224 Bohardf, Thomas ...... 21, 50, 84, 102, 167, Bolander, Mr. Alfred .. 10, Bookwalfer, Frederick ........ Bookwalfer, Sharon 148, 167 BORCHERS INSURANCE CO. Borchers, Todd .. 207, 224, 229 Bordewisch, Ellen ..,...... 167 Bossi, Ronald ...... 86, 93, 52, 291 132 207 100, 207 Bosfon, Frank ...... 51, 1 225 Bowden, James ...... 24, 02, 27 . Bowman, Wesfon ............ , 29, 225 Bowman, Sharon ............ 30, 225 25 225 134 Bowser, Mr. Sherwin 51 Braden, Julie ...,.. 252, 25 85, 95, 97, 148 . 26, 167 BROWN .,,...,......,.....,............ 281 Brown Mr. Huberf ,... .,...... 1 34 Brown, Mr. Ira .................,...... 140 Brown, Philip ....., 3, 85, 86, 87, 93, 96, 118, 149, 168, 178, 275 Brown, Richard ..,.., 98, 118,207 Brown, Thomas ...... 42, 98, 168 Browne Valerie .. 28, 111, 225 Brownell, Jacklyn ........ 79, 168 Brubaker, Judifh ...... 157, 225 Bruhn, Richard ...........,. ., 207 Brumfield, Nancy ...... 86, 91, 207, 256 Brunk, Jerreff ...............,........ 207 Brusf, Alberf .,.... 24, 27, 91, 225 Bryer, Cynfhia ............,........... 225 Buchanan, Mary .,,..,,. 28, 207 Bueker, James .........,............., 225 Bumgardner, Gary .,...,.,........ 225 Bunch, Sharon .,,..,..........,....... 207 Bunhng, Richard .. 42, 50, 109, Burdzinski, Walfer .........,.. 207 Burgess, Belinda .. 25, 117, BURNS, BRYSON V. CLV. Burns, David ....,. 24, 27, 29, 207, 244 Burns Mrs. oan 87, 104, 116, 114, 149, 168 Burns, Gary ...... 151, 225, 232 , J ...... 138, 150 Burrows, Roberf .. 56, 98, 102, 207, 211 Bursch, Karen ...... 41, 109, 111, 207 Bushman, Mariorie . 87, 207 BUSINESS .FURNITURE CORP. Busseer, Miss Rufh .....,...,...... Bufler, Andrea .,,... 89, 92,' Bufler, Susannah .. 91, 111 Buvinger, Bradley ...... 98, 225, 22 1 2 168 Bufcke, Sue Ann ...... 30, 94 225 225 225 1 6 Byrd, Sharon ...... 168, 75, 79, 85, 91, 93, 116, 148, 168 BYRD'S INC. SCHOOL OF BEAUTY C Cain, Linda ..................., 30, 225 Calihan, Gary ....,...,..,... . ........ 168 Call, Donna ...... 110, 124, 207 Call, Russell .................,.......... 207 Cameron, Karen ,..... 24, 119, 169, 154 Campbell, Donald ...... 100, 225 Campell, David .................... 169 Campbell, John .................... 226 Campbell, Susan ............ 75, 207 Canham, Ronald .. 24, 27, 207, 242 CAPRI BOWLING LANES H 262 Care , Palricra ...............,,.., 208 CARIlLON CAFETERIA .... 261 Carnrighf, Mary ...... 169, 252 Carnrighr, Shelley .,.... 89, 226, 236 CARPET WAREHOUSE .,.. 261 Clark, Gerry .................... 28, 226 Clark, Jennifer ...... 25, 42, Clark, Joanna ............ 108, 169 Clark, Kennefh ................ 28, 208 Clark, Nancy ...,.. 119, 148, 169 Clark, Pamela ...... 72, 89, CLARK-GREIMANN CORPOR- ATION ...........l............ -.-.---.-------- 2 43 Claypocl, Charles ........ 51, 208 Clever, Sfanle-I ............ 56. 203 Clifford, Bren a .... . ............... 208 Clifford, Carolyn ...... 84, 156, 226, Climer, Cynlhia .........-...-- C.N. STEMPER CO. ........ . Cobb, Kendall ............ 104, CO E ................. -----------------'- 89, 234 226 552 Clin man, Paula ........ .... 8 9, 9 245 226 108 Coe, Susan ...... 24, 30, 169, 271 Coffey, Donna ...... 31, 75. Coleman, Michael ...... 51, C 1 , R'1 ...... 75, 89, 208 cZ1i'.ll2"a.e.l.11 ....., ,......... 4 a. 208 Collins, Deborah ...... 25, 84, 96. 94, 170 Collins, Evereff ........... . 43, 170 Collins, Hardin ......-------------- 203 Collins, Randall .....,.............. 170 Colvin, sicllgard .... 7122 ILO CQ vm' 'C l l16,'1l8: 170 Combs, Papfrick ...... Sgg 256 Common' eggy 78: 91, 226 Conglefon, Gregory ...... 40 Conley, Shelley ...........- 39. 226 K fhl ...... 55. 39. 110. ccnly' a een 149,170,177 Connell, Laurie ...... 25, C Il , Th .......,,....,...... Cggiiol-C Jefcfflxs ...... 42, 208, 123 Cook, Jack .........,,................. 226 Cook, James ...... 71, 102, 170 Cook, Sharon ...... 85, 101. 120. 283 C 1 , R nd ............ ........ 2 Cggrsellr, Kznnefh .........,.....,..,. 208 Corban, John ......,,........ 87. 226 CORBAN REALTY Cornelius, Sfeven ..............,. 226 gorre, Msrfha ........... ,........ 2 , onna ...... ........,..... C5ilf?yAlice ....... . ....... no. 221: Cosf, Jeffrey ........ ..---A------ Cosf, Sfeven .,......... ....,........ 226 138 C -H , Ch rl .,,............ ..... 1:21121 Psieii ............ 43. 203 Coulles, Greg ..,... 25, 26, 226 COUNTRY KITCHEN RESTAURANT ................... ..... 2 79 Cowdrey, Roberl' .............,...... 226 .mr '11 122 C y is .............. .. . Csgblree, Virgil .................... 203 Crager, Mr. Buford ...... 50, A 'rh ........ 40. 86. Came" n onl7a,91., 146, 170 Crawford, Mr. Gary ...... l18i36 Crawford, Shelia ............-------- 226 EARL D. CREAGER. INC.28i CREATIVE WRITERS CLUBHE C h D nn' .................... 226 cliffssli, 12.6.12 ............ ao. 170 Crisp, Sharon ................ 30. 209 106, 186, 209 DAYTON ADVERTISING COMPANY DAYTON OPTICAL COMPAZNSY1 DAYTON PRESCRIPTION Dearbaugh, Mrs. Jud1fh .. 138 DEBATORS ........-... . ------------------- 93 DeBra, Jo Ann ....,... 90, 171 Deck, Pafricia ...... 30, 92, Deebel, Kay ...... 86, 111, 171 Deem, Judifh ...... 94, 163, Deefer, Diana ........................ 171 Deefer, Marsha ..................-. 209 DeHaven, Carol ............ 91, 171 DeHaven, Joseph .. 24, 26, 56, 71, 86, 92, 209 Deisher, Miss Chrisfine .,,. 136 DELMAR STUDIOS ............ 283 Dellaria, Joseph ............-..-...- 171 Delscamp, Gary .. 87, 90, Denka, Michael ...... 50, 91, Denlinger, Carol .. 94, 96, 124, 172 Deppenschmidf, Phillip ..,. 172 Defrick, Mr. Donald 37, 142 DAYTON RELIABLE TOOL 275 Deveny, Dain ...... 51, 104, 209 DeVoge1, Pafricia ................ 209 Dlcke, Joyce ...... 42, 85, 96, 103, 110, 111, 120, 151, 172. 178, 287 Dickerson, Denney ................ 209 Dickerson, Dianne . ..,.. 30, 89, 172 Dickinson, Susan ...... 30, 74, 227 Dickman, Krisflne ........ 119, 227 ' 172 227 Dlckman, James ,........,......,,.. Dieferle, David ....... ..... 8 4, Diefz, Larry ...... 68, 69, 85, 98, 149, 172, 254 Dill, Sfephen ....,..,........,...,.., 227 Dils, Reed ...... 24, 27, 85, 100, 149, 172 Dinsmore, Sharon ...,.. 30, 85, 105, 110, 118, 125, 172 DiSalvo, David ................ 88, 209 Dixon, Kafhy ...... 86, 89, 23791, Dodd, Mark ........................ 209 Doggeff, Lawrence ........ 40, 172 Do fman, Diane ........ 86, 89, 92, 94, 96, 209 Doll, Alan ............................ 172 Doll, Vicki .............................A.. 209 DON' HAIRDRESSERS Donahue, Mark ............ 61, 172 Donaldson, Denial ................ 227 Donaldson, Mel .................... 209 Dooley, Susan ...... 30, 86, 154, 172, 276 Dooley, Vicforia ...... 30, 227, 234, 276 DOOLEY'S PHARMACY .... 276 DOROTHY LANE HUMBLE SERVICENTER DOROTHY LANE MARKET 267 Funkhouser, Mrs. GAA ,..,......,....... AA... ................. I 0 3 Fraley, Darlene ......,..,.......... Frame, Dayna ....., 3I, 4I, Fraze, Mark .............,...A...... Fraze, Terry ...... 30, 40, 98, I75, Frazier, Donna ..........,............. Frazier, John ................ 43, Freeland, Larry ..............,..... Freeland, Phyllis .............,.. French, Cathy ...... 25, l2l, French, Robert .... FRENCH CLUB zzl, sl, a4, FRISCH'S ................................ Fries, Tom , ,....... . ,.,............ Fritzsche, Calvin ...... 27, 7l, Fry, Donna ...,r...........,........... Fryman, Fedrick .................... Funck, Miss Leah ...,. ,.......... Funderburg, Mr. Alvin ...... I34, I35, Jeane ...... Groves, Joyce ................ 88, 2I0 Grueber, Robert ...... 42, I00, I77, I90 Gruner, Paul ............ 89, 2l0 Gumper, Loraine ...... 86, 89, ll0, 2l0, 245 H Habel, Susan ...... 85, 86, II6, I22, I77 HRH MACHINE TOOL Hager, Robert .....................,.. 228 Hahn, Steven ................ 30, 228 Haines, Mr. Wesely .... 23, l42 Halbeisen, Nick ............ 23, I42 Halderman, Jane .. B6, 89, I77 Hall, Mr. Leiland ........ 37, I4I Hall, Claudia ...... II9, 2I0 276 Hall, James ,..... 24,' 27, 29', 85, 97, I36 94 FUTURE TEACHERS ............ FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS G Congregating in the lobby lo read the latest issue of Dragon Tales is a favorite pastime for any West student. Dougan, Jane Downey, Kent ...... 57, 89, 227 Downing, Becky .......... .......... 2 27 Downing, Susan ............ 89, 209 DRAGON ,...... ............. I 20, I2I DRAGON TALES ........ I22, I23 Draisker, Laretla .................. 209 Drakos, Harriet ...... 30, 89, 94, I22, I72 Drakos, Nick I .......................... 209 Drayton, Marilyn .,.. I03, I72, 247 Dross, Ellen ................ IIO, 227 Duell, Danny ...... 24, 27, 209 Dunlap, Karen . ,......,...... ..... 2 27 DUNLEVEY In SON Dunn, Claudine ...... 30, 43, 227 Dunn Nancilou ...... 43, 88, 209 Duvall, Roger ...........,.........,.. I72 DYBVIG In FRYMAN REAL- TORS ' Dybvig, David ...... 9l, I68, 227 E Eamoe, Thomas ........ 25, I7, 227 Earhart, Linda ...... 9l, 223, 227 EARILY AMERICAN SHOP 269 Earnhart Eva ...... I08 I72 Eaton, Constancelbbi. l20,' 207, 209, 263 Eckhart, Michale ...... 22, 30, '98 Hunter, Paulette ,..... IIO, IO9, I72 Ecton, Donna .....,.. 42, 47, 85, 92 93 96 I4 I2l I48 I5I I72 86, 87, 89, , , 94, , IU3. I . . . . . 267, 287 Edwards, Charles ...... 7l, I00, 227 Edwards, Dianna ...... 28,Il7, 125,227 Edwards, James ............ II8, 209 Edwards, Janet ...,........ I24, 209 Egleslon, Harold ................ I73 Egleslon, Ralph ...... ,.... ,..,..... 2 09 Ekey, Glenn ...... 33, 85, 92, II5, I49, I73, 258 Eiforl, Bonnie ...... 9l, 94, 95, 227 Elliott, John Elliott, Joyce ......,............. 30, 227 Ellis, Charlene ...... 24, Bl, IIO, 227 Ellis, Jenny ......... . .............. 209 Ellis, Robert .....,.. ........ 9 I, 209 Elmore, Floyd ..........,. l25, 209 Elrod, Goldie ........................ 209 Elrod, James ..... ............... 2 09 Elrod, Thomas ................ 40, I73 Ely, Jennifer ...... 43, 85, 96, I73, IBI, 2I7, 227 Engleman, Jane .................... 227 Erbaugh, Miss Sarah ...... 74, E, 4 Eresman, Mr. Arthur ..........,. I42 Eshleman, Douglas ................ 227 Esposito, George ...... 68, I02, 254 I73, Esselman, Karen ....,......, 86, 209 Essenpreis, Barbara ...... 30, 86, 9I, 94, 96, 209, 2I6, Ig!-lg Essenpreis, Patricia ...... 9I, IIO, 227 Evans, Mrs. Ruth ................ I34 Evans, Belly .....,.............. 42, I73 30I Evans, Douglas ..... , ..... Evans, Joseph , .....,..............,.. 227 Evans, Patricia ............ IO9, 209 EVERYBODY'S ........ ............ 2 63 F FRF MOLD Us DIE WORKS, INC. ..............,....,.... 259 Faber, Donna ................ 24, I73 Fahrne-Y, Susan ................ 42, I73 Farr, homas ................ 98, I73 Faulslich, Sheila ...... 24, 3l, I73 FBLA ......... , , ....,...... .... I 09 FEDERAL PATTERN WORKSNE Fenton, Judith ...... I7, I9, 2I, 22, 38, 85, 89, 95, I49, I63, I73, 257, 269 Ferguson, Mr. Carl .. I36, l4l Ferguson, Charles ...... 89, I00, 209, 247, 258 Ferguson, Larry .................... 209 Ferguson, Phyl is ......., IIO, 227 Ferguson, Susan ...... 74, 89, 227 Ferrigno, Joanne .....,,............. 209 Fetzer, Donald .................,.. 227 Fiala, William ..,..................... I73 Fiedler, Joserh ...... 50, 58, I02, I0 , II4, II6, II8, 209 Filo John ...............,.............,.. 227 Findlay, Diana ...........,..,......... 124 Finegold, Frian ...... 7l, 9I, 227 Finkham, Mr. David ..,.... 24, 25 Finke, Cheryl ...... 24, 38, 42, 84, IOI, I74, I90, 268 Finley, Sandra ...... 42, 74, 86, 89, Ill, l25, 209, 2l6, 277 Finney, Dana ........................ 227 Firlh, Monica .............,.. 43, 209 Fisher, Joanne ...... 40, 8l, 92, 94, l05, II6, I74, 270 Fisher, Nancie ...... 28, 30, 84, 9l, 96, l60, 2I0 Fisher, Ronald ..,,........ II, 2I0 Fitzpatrick, Jack ...,.. 98, I09, I74, 250 Fitzwaler, Karen ...... 86, 9I, Flaharty, Michael ................ I74 Flanagan, Michael .... II9, 2I0 Flavin, Patrick ..................,. 2l0 Flee, Raymond ........................ I74 Fletcher, Robert ...,....,....,...... I74 Fora, Sharon ............ IOS, I74 Flynn, Loyd ......... ........... 2 27 Flynn, Stephen .,...................... 227 Foley, Roberta .......,........ 30, 227 Forbeck, Mr. John ...... I4I, I45 Ford, Cheryl ................. . ....., 227 Forman, Miss Carol .... 78, Forgy, Joe ...............,........ 9I, 2l0 Forsthoff, Kay ...... 89, I06, lglld Forsthotf, Patricia ...... 47, 85, 90, 92, l03, ll5, I49, l5l, I74, I77 Forte, Donna ..,......,.. 25, 26, 228 Foster, Allan ............ 70, 7l, I74 Foster, Judy .................... IIO, I74 Foster, Beverly ...... 25, BI, 89, 228 Fouke, John ...... 24, 26, 29, 86, 88, 92, 2l0, 242 Fowler, Mrs. Berniece ........ Fowler, Peter ...... 40, 85, I58 Fox, L Ines ...... 43, ss, av, I36 I48, I74 l06, 2I0 Gabbard, Ronald ...... 98, Gaddis, Karan ...... I7, 4I as, I2l, I75: Gaffney, Frederica .,.... 30, 86, 92, l0l, 2I0, 263, Gainok, Dianne .. 86, Ill, Gallagher, Miss Eleanor ..,. Galli, Nancy ...... l08, IO9, Galli, Patricia ............,... I75 Galloway, Michael ...... gg, Galloway Susanne .............. ' Gantz, Michael ...... 42, 68, Gardner, James .................... Gardner, John ...... 42, 7l, Gardner, Judith , ........... 94, Garlilz, James ..............., 5I, Garrelt, Dale ...........,............ Garrison, Joanne ......., IIO, Garvic, Carol ...... l08, IO9, Garvic, Elaine ....,....... ll0, Garvld, Elaine ........................ Gary, Stephen .,...................... Gebhart, Barry .........,.............. Geiger, Beverly ...... I08, GEM CITY ICE CREAM .... George, David .......,.........,.. George, Greg ..,..................... Gerber, Mrs. Joyce .. I23, GERMAN CLUB .................... Gessaman, John ...... I00, Getter, Ronald ...... 5l, I02, Getter, Windy ,... ..........,..,...... 94 I09 Gheen, Debra ...... , , Gibbs, Thomas ...... 4l, I24, Gibson, Connie ............ II9, Giffin, Nancy ...... 38, II8, 20I Gilbert, Gene ...... 7I, I00, Gilbert, Nancy .. 86, II8, Fillespie, Linda ................,... Girlon, Lynn ...... 40, 76, 84, Glascock, Boyd .................... Glass, Thomas ................ 42, Goessling, William .,.... 88, Goelcheus, Mrs. Belly .....,.. Goode, John .................,,.... Goodnough, Tim ............ 9l, Goodpaster, Lore ........ 30, Gorham, Paul , .......... , ....... . Gotlschall, Christine ..... me Gould, Cindy .............. , Gowdy, Mrs. Eileen ............ Grady, Vir inia ...,...,.... 90, Graham, Ifr. Wylie ............ 30 34 Graham, Charla ...... , , 92, Graham, David .................... Granl, Gary .................... 99, Granl, Janet ,..... 25, Q Granl, Virginia ........ II9, W.T. GRA T COMPANY .. Graves, Mr. Charles ............ Gray, Candis ........ 3I, 86, 92, 95, II5, Gray, Frank ...................,..,. Gra , Susan ...... 30, I I9, Greber, Arlin ............ 93, G M 86 2l0, reen, ary ...... , Greene, Ronald .......... .. 86, Grice, Sandra ...... 93, 94, V ARDWARE GRIE E H ........ Grilliot, Mr. Gerald ............ Grimshaw, Gary .................... Grimshaw, Robert ,..... Griswold, Cylhia .................... Groff, Barbara ...... 40, 75, 89, I48, Gross, Charles .................... Gross, John ............................ Gross, Norman ...... 38, 92, II5, II9, I29, I60, Gross, Robert ........................ 90, I00, I02, I04, IOS, II6, l25, I49, I77, IB9 Hall, John ...... 24, 27, 7I, 92, l04, I77 Hall Sherry ................ 89, 228 Hall, Winford ................,. 228 Hanes, John ...... I00, I05, 2I0 Hamilton, Dale ...... 39, 43, Hamilton, David .. 25, 26, 228 Hamilton, Pamela ...... 89, Hammon, James ...,..............., I77 Hammons, Margaret .... 3l, 2l0 Hanauer, Sharon ............ 89, 2I0 Haynie, Philip ......,..............,.. 242 Hannah, Lang ...........,.... 3I, 228 Hannah, Ton a ..........,. l90, 2l0 Harding, Jack ...... 85, 86, 92, I04, IIS, I49, I74, I77 Harding, Robert ............ 7I, 228 Harding, Sandra ...... 30, 33, 75 85, 86, 92, 93, 94, 96, l03, I25, l48, I5I, I77 Harding, Steven ..................., 2l0 Harlow, Carol ...... 24, 84, 2l0 Harlow, Donald .. 50, I02, 2ll Harney, Janet ........................ I77 Harris, Linda ..................,..... 228 Harrison, James .................... 228 Hart, Carol ...... 40, 89, I49, I77, 273 Hart, Dale .................,...,....., 228 Hart, John ...... 50, 5l, 52, 53, 58, I02, I77 Hartmeier, Kathlyn ...... IO9, 2lI Hartzell, David .....,.............. 2Il Hastings, Harry ........ .,.. ,... I 7 8 Hastings, Paul .....,.............,.... 228 Hastings Warren .,.............. I78 Hsuck, Louis ..,.................. wa HAUER MUSIC ..,.....,.. ......... 2 6I Haught, Thomas ..,... 68, I02, I78, 272 Hauser, Richard .................... 2lI Hawn, Steven ..,..,.......... 98, I78 Hayes, Dale ...... 86, 89, 93, I24, 2Il, 242 Hayes, Sleven ............ 9I, 228 Haynie, Philip ..............,. 208, 2Il Hays, Dennis ................ 99, I78 Hechler, Karen .................... 228 Heck, Michael .................... 228 Heckman, Cynthia ........ '74, 229 Heden, Linda ...... 92, ll5, II9, l29, l50, 2ll Hedges, Mary ..............., IO9, I78 Heilman, Ronald .................... 229 Heinrich, Susan .,,... l03, l52, 2l I, 2l5, 263 Heisland, Mr. Lesler ............ l38 Heitman, Charlolle .... 84, 229 Heilzman, Miss Ruth ........ l38 Heller, Douglas ............ 98, I48 Heller, Edward ...... 87, II6, 229 Helm, David ...... 42, 6l, 62, I02, I78, 278 Helm, Donna ..,.......,..... lI0, I78 HELM'S MARKET ......... 278 Helton, Linda ...... 30, 2ll, 269 Henderson, Mr. Edmund ,. I4I Henderson, Linda ...... , 43, I78 Henderson, Sherrell ....., 86,88, 2I l, 245 Hendricks, Arlene ...... l08, Henkle, Pamela .................... 229 Henn, Jerry ...,.,.................,,... 2lI Herron, Dennis ...... 24, 27, 29, 86, 89, II6, II8, 2ll HERTEL, JAMES C., M.D. . Herlz, William ...... 86, II4, II6, I79, I87 Hesler, Terry ..... ....,...... 2 Il Hess, James ......, ..... I 79, 229 Hess, Janet , ........ ....... 9 4, ll0 Hesler, Gary ..... ............... 2 29 Helzel, Jack ......,............. 95, I79 Helzel, Jennifer ...... 43, 89, 229 Heywood, Scott ..........,......... 2lI Hibberd Hurl ........................ 2lI Hibbs, Katherine .................... zu Hicks, Jacqueline ...... l08, Hicks, Linda ................ 28, 2lI Higgins, Charles ...... 24, 27, 87, 89, l05, II4, II6, 2II Higgins, Holly ...... 24, II9, Hike, Mrs. Lois .................... l40 Hildebrandt, Leo .. 42, 56, 57, 58, I02, I79 Hildreth, Mr. Robert .. 50, Pali Hill, Deborah ........ 42, 75, 94, IO3, I79 Hill, Janet ............ 26, 86, lgfal, I24, Hill, John N. ................. Hill, John ..,....,............,.....,. Hill, Marvin ..., 38, 50, 53, 6l, 63, 84, I02, 'l63, l79, Hiller, Mrs. Ann ....... . ........,. ,. Hillgruber, Julie ...... 30, l50 HILLS 81 DALES FLORIST HARDWARE ......,..,,......... Himebaugh, Patricia .... 25, Hinds, Milburn .................... HILLS AND DALE'S HINKLEY CLEANERS .... Hinkley, Douglas ........ 92, II8, Hinkley, Jeffrey .... 22, 39, 57, I02, I79, Hippie, Richard .... 24, 27, 229 HIPPLE, IRELAN, In KINZER ................................ Hitte, Sandra .... 28, 30, 4l, Hively, Teresa ...... 94, 2II, Hockell, Donald .... 30, 5l Hoener, Betty-Ann .... 85, l06, ll6, I53, Hoener Fred ........................ H. orifice a. BROTHER Holcomb, Rita ..., 24, 28, 88, Holden, Carey ,...,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,, Holden, Larry ...... 24, 26, l05, lll, ll7, I24, Holderman, Linda ...... 25, 9l Holland, Charlotte .... 42,' Holley, Marc ,....... , ............. . Holrnstrom, Gerda .... III, Holslnger, Marlin .... 87, 89, II4, ll6, IS4, Holtson, James .................... Holztrager, Mr. Hans ,...,,.. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ....................,.,,...,.,.,.,.. HONDA OF DAYTON Homer, Miss Frances ..., 97, Hoover, Brenda .. 42, I02, HOOVEN-POHLMEYER INSURANCE CO., .......... Hoover, Calvin ........,......,.... Hoover, Douglas ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, Hopfengardner, Mr. Jerry .,....... .......,,,,,,.,,,,,,., Hopkins, Scott 0: .......,......, . Hoppe, Mr. Richard .... 50, Horner, Barbara ...... 89, Horner, Emerson ..,... 40, 86, 87, 90, I49, I79, Horslman, Judith ...... 24, 85, 92, ll5, l20, I79, 269, Horstman, Kathy ...... 26, 77, 9l, lI0, 229, 239, Horton, John ............ 25, 9I, Horvalh, Rosemary ...... 94, I IO, Hosket, Linda ....,....... 86, Holchkiss, ljlolly ...... l80, Holtle, David ..............,. 88, Houck, Chris ....., 27, 50, Houck, Ronnie .,.... ,,,,,,.,.,,,, Howard, Dennis ................ Howard, Donald .,,... 5l, HOWARD JOHNSON'S ..,. Howard, Susan ...... 89, 94, l80, Howe, Linda ................ 89, Howell, Thomas ......,..... 42, Howell, Timothy ................ Hoyle, Gary ..... ,....................., Huddleslon, Carol ...... 74, Huden, Barbara .,.........,.... Huden, Barbara ................ Hudson, Dee , ..... 86, 92, l05, Huehnel, Barbara ...... 30, Huff. David ..... ......,..,.,. Huff, Josephine ....,. 4l, Hulse, Barton ..........,..,,,,,,,..., Humphrey, James ..............., Humphreys, Debbie ...... 24, Bl, 89, Humphreys, Patricia ...,.. i 3I, 35, Hungling, Carol .........,..,...,... Hunn, Craig .................,...... Hunsaker, Marilyn ........ 39, 94, 96, Hutchinson, Diana .... IIO, Hutchinson, John ....,........... Hutchinson, Marty ....,. 74, Hutchinson, Tony ................ Hutton, Michele .,.... 76, l Iams, Barbara ...,.. 25, 26, 2I2, CO 229 Iiams, Linda ........ ..........,. I Bl 230 Ingersoll, Joann ............ 30, Ingraham, Judilh ....,, 24, 39, IBI Ireland, John ...,.. 24, 27, 2l2 Irvin, Jill ....,. I2, I7, I9, 2I, 22, 24, 25, 84, 85, 86, 89, 95, 270 IRVIN REALITY IMPERIAL HOUSE I2I, I54, l8l, Irvin, Laurel ...... 25, 84, 89, 95, 226, 230, 270 270 MOTEL .......,.,......,, ,.,l, 2 7l J J 81 L RADIO 8: TV ......., Jackson, Gayle ..,................... Jackson, Gwenn .... Jackson, Jackson Michael Ke nf ..................,,.. 254 2l2 30, 42, l8I 2I2 2l2 Jackson: Thomas ...... 40, 85, 90, II2, I49, ISI I8I Jackson, Todd ...,.,.,...... 7l, Jacobs, Jeffrey .. ,... 42, 50, I02, Jacobs, Jacobs, Richard ,.........,. 6l, Jacobus, Cheryl 58, IBI Michael ............ 5l, 230 ' 2I2 264 40 James, Carol ....., 73, 85, 86, 88, 89, 2l3 McCalIa, Kerry ...... l8I, 27 30 James, Carol L ....... 27, 30, 40 James, Michael ...... 25, 26, 230 Jameson, Milchell .,.. .. 42, 86, 88, IO4, I8I Jamison, Kennefh ........ 30, 212 JCOWA .. .............,................. B6 Jeffrey, Harold ...... 25, 26, JEMINA, RUSSELL ...,...... 245 Jenkin, Lee ..,.......................,, 2I2 Johnson, Banonzel ..............., 230 Johnson, Celesl' ...... 4I, I8l, 256 Johnson, Dorcas .,- ....,......... 2I2 Johnson, Huberl ...,.............. 4I Johnson, James .... 42, I24, 2l2 Johnson, James A. .,...., .. 230 Johnson, John ...,.. 50, I02, l8I Johnson, Kafhryn ...... 9l, 94, 230 Johnson, Keifh ........ ...,.... 2 I2 Johnson, Milion .........,...... 2I2 Johnson, Roger ......,..........,,. 2I2 Johnson, Sfeven .......,........,. 230 Jollay, Gregory ...... 50, I82, Jolly, Mark ..,....... 24, 27, 230 Jones, Carol ............,............. 2l2 Jones, Cynfhia .,.... I2, 24, 30, 35, II9, I65, I82 Jones, Herberf ............ .... Jones, Jacquelyn ....., 28, 78, 88, ZI Jones, Jerry ...,........,........... 230 Jones, Judifh ...... 42, I09, I82 Jones, Kay .. ..............,........,.. 230 Jones, Mark ............ 30, 230 Jones, Ronald ...........,........ Jones, Sally ...... 30, 78, 89, 230 Jordan, Bradley ..............,, .. 230 87, l03, I48, I82, 287 Jordan, Judifh ...... Jordan, Janef ,,,... HOS. M. WILLIAM Sk JOSTEN'S ,..............,..... ...,... 2 60 ASSOC. ., ..........,..,.......... 246 Judd, Nicholas ..,................. I82 Jump, Mrs. Hollis ...........,.,., l53 JUNIOR COUNCIL ON WORLD AFFAIRS .,....,. 86 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT K 124 Kalal, Edward ,..,. . l00, 2l3, Kablfleisch, Calhy .... I82, 261 KAY'S SCHOOL OF DANCE ........................., 264 K If D PARTY SUPPLY ..............,,...,............ 270 Kalbfleisch, Karen .. 30, 89, 230 Kalkas, Angella ..,...., I82, 263 'KAPPA BETA HI Y ,....... 99 Kaslens, Kipp ..,...... Karns, LaDonna Keckler, David ....... Keefhler, Charles Keisler, Douglas 1Ifl""56f 99, 7I, 2I3 2l3 2l3 I82 2l3 2l3 Kelch, Waller ...................... Keller, Dianne ..,... I08, Kelly, Karen ,..... Kemmer, Linda .. Kennard, Michael . Kepler, David .......... IO9, I82 30, 77, 90, I06, II9, I82 4l, I03, IIO, 1Q1Qf1Q"iB', 94, 2l3 Kender, Sfeven ...............,..., I83 23I 2I3 I83 Kerfool, Brian ...... .. II2, Kennan, Jeffrey ...... 50, 52, l02 Kershner, Glen ...... 3l, 34, 50, I02, 2I3 Kesling, Janef ............ 30, 230 KETTERING-OAKWOOD TIMES ....,..,,...........l.....,... 253 KETTERI NG YMCA ........., 249 Kellleson, Kevin ...... 24, 27, 230 Ke'l'zel, Larry .......,..,... 43, 2l3 Kidd, Markila .............,,,.,,,.... 230 Kidwell, Jo Ellen ...... 28, 92, 97, 2I3 Kiefaber, Roberl ....., l00, 2l3 Killinger, Joe ...........,....,....... 230 Kimbrell, Wayne ............ 2I3 Kincaid, Mona .... .. 74, II6, 2I3 Kinder, Sfeven ......,,..........,. ll2 Kindy, Diana ..... , 25, 42, King, Janef ...... 72, l2I, I27, 205, 2l3, 276 Kingsfon, Kafhleen ...... 42, I90, 2l3 Kinkade, Lloyd ..,............... 230 Kinnard, William ,..... 40, lgj Kinne, Anne ......,........... 28, 2l3 Kinzig, Joane ...... I2, 24, 25, 42, 85, I03, I49, I83, 255 Kirk, Palrlcia ...,., 94, 96, 2l3 Kirk, Timolhy .................,.. 230 Kiser, Daniel .............. I24, I83 Kisling, Mary ...... 43 89, 230 Kissell, Mark ..,... 3l, 36, 84, 230 Klall, Sandra ,,.... 4l, Ill, 2l3 Kleinhaus, Linda .. 77, 88, 2I3 Kline, Chrisfine ...... 9l, 230 Kline, Karen . ..,.. 4I, 84, IO9, IB3 Kludy, Mr. Lauren ..........., I36 Knierim, Jayne .,..........,....... I83 Kniesly, Mr. Frederick ..... I39 Kniess, Sylvia ...... 3I, 85, I25, I48, I83 Knighf, Holly ....,......... 88, 2l3 Knipp, Barbara ...... 25, 3I, K-O ELECTRONICS ...... 258 KOETHER'S GULF SERVICE .............,.......,.... 242 Kohl, Susan ...... 75, 79, 86, 89, 103, Ma, Isa Kohl, Thomas ...,.. 5l, 7I, l02 230 Koller, William ...... 24, 27, Kolp, Alvin ...... 25, 26, 230 Koshoffer, Susan ,...., 89, ggi, Kofhman, David ....., 68, Kovach, John ...,,...,... 9I, 23I Koverman, Lynda ....., I08, Kowaski, Mary Ann ,..... 74, 76, 92, IO3, 2l3 Kramer, Deborah ........,....... I83 Kraph, John ,.......,........ ....... 2 3l Kraph, Judifh .....,.. .......,.. 2 I3 Kreis, Sandra ,...........,............. 97 Kreifzer, Kennefh ...... 30, Krilzer, Mr. Roberf .,........ I36 Kroemer, Diana ...... 85, 94, I03, I48, I83 Krull, Brenda ....,............ ...... 8 I Krynzel, Roberl' ...... 5l, lgi Kuenn, Mary Befh .............. I83 Kuldau, Mr. Joseph ....., Kyfe, Dennis ...... 23, 89, 2I3 L Lackey, Michael ...... 46, 85, 87, IIB, I20, I83, 258 Lagemen, Frederick ......,..... 2I3 Lahanas, James .........,............ 2l3 Lambrighf, Craig .......,....,..,.. 2l3 Lamme, William ...... 92, 95, 2I3, 262 Landrum, Greg ..........,........... 23I Landrumf Pafricia ............ 2I3 Lane, Brenda ............,.....,... 2l3 Lanlis, Charles ............ II7, 2I3 Laquaglia, Allen ....,. 99, LAQUAGLIA DECORATORS, L.T., . .,..,.....,...., 280 Large, Linda ...... 97, ll0, 23I Laspe, Douglas .,.............,.... 23I Laspe, Harold ......,.......,. 95, I84 LATIN CLUB ,........ . .,,......... 9l Lauderback, Sfephen ...... 99, I02, I84, 270 Laughlin, Lavonne .... ,. 4l, I84 Laugh'l'er, David ...,................ 230 Law, Barbara ...... 89, ZI3, 263 Leach, William ,....... 99, 2I3 Leafherly, Samuel ........ 89, 23I Leaverfon, Frederick ,... ,....,.. 2 8 I84 Leckrone, Thomas ...... 4l, I84, 258 Ledford, Pamela ...... 9l, 23I Lee, Cheryl .......... 89, I24, 2I3 Lee, Rebecca ......,...,. 4l, I84 Leeson, Rebecca ...... 43, 8I, 23I Leggefl, Dave ..,....,. .,,.... 2 3l Legler, Ken ..........,. ..... 2 I3 Leifher, Viclor .....l...... ,... . . 23I LE MONDE ART CENTER ............... ....... 2 49 Lennon, Barbara .....,...,...... 23I Lennon, Bradley ...... Sl, 23I Lennon, Linda ...l.. 43, 2l3 Leonard, Douglas ......,. 24, 26, I04, II4, ZI3 Lennon, Thomas ...,... Lewber, Judifh ........ L. H. ROGERO, INC., Lincher, Lynn ..,,.......... Lindquisf, Mary Jo Lindsey, Timothy Linklaf W ' 89, er, illiam .,... . 9I, Linlon, Barbara ...... 30, 43, 95, 97, l03, Linfon, David ...... 25 Lira, Susan , ....,..,. .... . . Lira, Thomas 26, Lifsey, Larry ....... ........,...... Li'I'fle, Nancy ........,... 30, Liffle, Pamela ...... 86, 89, 205 Lilfle, Sally ....,. 4I, 75, 85, 94, I48 Lochner, Frederick ...... I24, Locke, Barbara ...... Ill, Locke, Consfance ...... 89, Logan, John ...... 3l, 56, LOGAN STUDIO .....,..,..... Logan, Susan ....,....... Ill, Logrwood, Amsden ,....... 99, AR OLD LOHMANN PAINTING 8: DECORATING .,......,,.. Lohmann, Arnold ...,.... 89, Lohmann, Sandra ...,,.,......... Long, Jerry ........................ Long, Sharon ,,.,.,...... Il0, Longman, Beverly ...... 4l, 79, 85, 94, l03 Longo, Diane ...... 33, 92, Loop, Connie ....., 88, IO9, Loose, Gregory ...... 28, 9l, II6, I25, 23I F. W. LOT1 PAPER CO. ..................,...,....... . Lovelace, David .....,...........,.. Lovelace, Sharon ..... 93, Lovering, Lynne .,..l. 40, 86, I I0 Lovingood, Mary ...... 89, Lovingood, Susan ...... 94, I82 Lowder, John , ..., 26, 5I, LOWE BROTHERS CO ,. Machael, Roberl ..,..... 98, 232 Merrifield, Judilh ...,.. 6, Machle, Chrisfine ,... 89, 232 I l52,2I4 Maclnfyre, Cafherine , ,........ l03, Merrill, Dorolhy ...... 30, I49 I85 IO3, II9, l48, l65, l88 Mack, Lawrence , ................... 2I4 Merrill, Jeffery ...... 24, 27, Macy, William ....,,.......,... .. I85 85, Madden, Marilyn ...... 42, 86, Merriman, Nancy .................. 94, l48 I85 Meuche, David .......,. . .,,......... Maddux, Janice ..,... 43, I24, Meuche, Heafher ........,....... 2I4 Meuche, Roberl ...... 89, Madliger, Thomas .....l 50, 58, I02 2I4 Meuser, Mark ...... 28, II4, Madole, Raymond ...... l05, 2I4 MEYER 8: BOEHMER .... Mahfouz, Barbara .,.... 89, 232 Meyer, Alan ......,.............,... Maeder, Susan ...... 24 86, 2l4 Meter, Charlene ........ II7, Maleske, Michael ............. .. ZI4 ME ER'S MEATS ......... . Mallelf, Mr. Terry ...... 50, Sl, METROPOLITAN ............ 68, II7, l4I Meyer, Gregory ............ 42, Malone, JoAnne ...... 24, 26, 94, Meyer, Lin a ......,,.............. l05 2I4 Meyn, Ernesl' ..... ................... Malone, Kalhleen ...... 76, l25, Meyn, Marc .,...................,,,... I85 MIAMI STATIONERS ...... Malone, Kalhleen ...... 76, Michaels, Lynn ...... 4I, Malone, Michael .......,........ 232 Mick, Michael ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Malone, Richard ................ ZI6 Midgley, Sharron ......,. 89, Maloon, Danial .......,.... 5l, 2l4 Milby, Dorofhy .........,.. 86, Malsfrom, Delayne ....,. 89, 232 Milkereif, Sherri ........ 9l, Malfby, David ...... 50, I02, 2I4 Miller, David ...... Sl, 68, Mandelker, Sally ...... 89, 94, 232 Miller, Gary ....,. I89, Manker, Jill ................ Ill, I85 Miller, Harry ....,.........,. 2l4, Manker, John ..,.,......... 99, l86 Miller, James ....l........,..,..... Manley, Pafricia ...... 30, l59, Miller, John ................ I24, I86 Miller, Michael ...... 42, 70, Manney, Mary ............ IO9, 2I4 84, I02, Manzo, Mario ..........,..... 2I4, 254 Miller, Nancy ........................ Marchal, James .................... I86 Miller, Sfephen ..,... 24, 27, Marcum, Gayle .................... 232 Miller, Sfeven .................... Marcum, Roberl ..... ..........,.... 2 32 Miller, Tyson ....l. 89, 98, Marinelli, Michael .........,...... I86 JIM MILLERS Markwell, John ....,....... 99, l86 FURNITURE ,......,.......... .. Marlin, Frank .....,...... 2l4, 242 Millonig, Carol ..........,. 25, MAR-LIN LOUNGE Mills,' Chrisleen ...... IO9, MARINOLE PARK .............,,. 248 Mills, Dennis ........................ Marshall, Jean ...... 74, 89, 232 Minge, Richard .... ............,. Marshall, Linda .,.... 25, 26, 94, Minnick, Larry ........, I ...,..... . 232 Miracle, Herberf ................ Marshall, Paul . ...., I04, Milchell,,Gary ...... 68,98, Marlin, Brenda .,.... 25, 26, 232 Moeller, Palricia ...,l. 79, MARTIN ELECTRIC CO. .,,.. . Marfin, Gary ..,.......... ,.,,.,..... 2 I4 MOLER'S BELMONT Marfln, Susan ...... 75, 86, 89, DAIRY ....................,..,....,...,. Lower, Mr. Joe ........ I08, Lowndes, Evelyn ...... 97, I85, Lucas, Diane ,..... 4I, 85, 94, I25, Luken, Gregor ......... Lunderman, Iwlalcolm Lufes, Barbara ..,.., 42, 79, Lybarger, David .......,.... iii' Lydlc, Gary ......,........, , Lynch, Barbara ..,... 40, 85 94, 95, II5, I47, l48 Lynn, James ...... 50, 86, Lyons, Mildred ...... 3I, Lysell, Lynda .,...........,,. 97, Mc McAdow, Bryan .........,.. 30, McAllisfer, Cynfhia ...... Ill, l25 McCabe, Nancy ...... McCafferly, Sfeven McCandless, Edilh McCandless, Mary McCarlhy, Michael B6, 3l, 5I, McCarIhy, Pamela ...... McClelland, David McClure, Saundra ..., McCluskey Ann ......, McCormick, Curfis 9l, 86, 34, l02 :25, I25, 91, av, N561 McCormick, Thorrsas I 6l, 85, I00, I2, McCreighf, Dennis 32, l80 McCurdy, Harold .... McCurdy, Lynn ...... McDaniel, Granf .... MCDONALD'S ..........,......... McGilvery, Daniel 58, McGilvery, Karen ................ McGraw, Robbie McKillip, Timofhy 8. ini!! I03 88, I47 30, IO4 42, I49 'XII McKee, James ............ McMahon, Kerry ..... McLaughlin, John ..... .... McMaken, Roberl' ......... McMillan, Mrs. Efhelyn McMillan, Susan ........ McMurfrey, Roberl ...... 89 92 McSherry, Pafricia' ..,... I McVean, Richard .....,,....... McVey, Jeffrey ........, McWhIrf, James ..... M 155' IO9, 33 lI5 30, 92, IOI, II9, I2 3, l48, I49, I86, 256, 268 Moncrief, Timolhy ...... 98, Money, Roy ...............,........ MASTERCRAFT TOOL AND Mqnnin, Mr, Frank ,,,,,,,,,,,. DIE ..................,......,.......... 28l Monnin, Anfhony ...,.,.,...,.... MATH CLUB . ........,............ IU4 Monschke, Douglas ..,... 30, Mafhes, Sharron ................ use loo, II5, us, MAX'S SHOES .................. 270 Mooney, Brenda ................ Maxwell, Douglas .,.... 32, 60, Moore, Mr. David ............ 51, l02 186 moore, .Charles ......., leg, Mayes, Teresa ..........,,...,........ 2I4 core' ana -'-'--"s"'-- ' Mazak, Donald ...... 7l, Illgg MggregF35gr9j'i1'go5Z"i2.' Meade, Dana .......,......,. 30, 232 ' ' ' ' ' I89, Meadows, David ...... 3I, 50, Moore, Sharon ...... 43, 80, l02 l87 Maaaalf, can ,..... 41, ss, los, MDW' Sum --'A-- 78' 85- , U2- IZ4- '88 Morgan, Jeffrey ........ I02, Medford, Kafherine .... 90, l06, Morin' Miss Joanna ,,,,,, 214 zsa M , f GI , 77, Meeks, Carol ...... I08, I09, l88 OVTIIHQS af. Ofla ------ Mann, Linda . ..,.. 25, ze, as, , N 9'7f2'5- 219,214,220 26l SJEY "e--s-----' I Melville, Sally ..........,......... I88 Morris: Pameis "" - Menchen- Susan ------ Morris Palricia ................ Maas, Barbara ...,..... MacBain, John .......,.....,...... MacCagno, Marcia ...... 25, 89, 94, 29, 42, 85, 90, 97, l03, l88 Gloria Morning sfar and Jaine Williams admire The frophy for "over-all appeal" won by '64 DRAGON al Miami Valley High School Journalism Associalion annual meefing April 3. mes, Pefry, Linda ...,.,.. 42, 89, Peffy, Paula .... ,... 2 4, 89, PHIL AND JERRY FOODARAMA .................. Phillips, Charlene ..........,..... Phillips, Dorofhy . .,..... I ll, Phillips, Earl ..,..................... Phillips, Jack ........................ Ph'll' ' l lps, Richard ............ 93, Ph'lli s Ronald ..A................. PI-IOTOLEO ....A.,,. ... ....... .. Pierce, Ralph ...... ..,... 9 I, P , Pf .,..........,....,.......... Piglgfaff? sKafl'ly .... 42, 92, Pifner, Nancy ........................ Plfner, Susan ....,................... Place, Maifland .... 40, 5l, Plaff, Gilberf ........................ Posl.KlNe LANES ............ POPPELMEIR'S PAINTS Pohle Michael .................... POLITICAL SCIENCE los, MB- I90' Rank, Philip ........................ Walking oufside befween classes is a welcome change for any sfudenf. Odom, Roberf ........ 68, 85, O'Donnel, Thomas ........ 9l, Oefers, John ..................,......... O'Hara, Cheryl ..... l07, 270 98, I90, 242 233 2l5 PCLUBP .....................,.......... ,,., oore, eggy ........ 9l, ll0, Porfer, Charles ........ 9l, Porler Douglas ....,............... Porler, Nancy ........ 25, Porfune, Roberf ..,......... 93, Posfon, Roger ........................ Poffer, Mr. Raymond ........ Poulos, Gary . .....,............... . POWELL'S GARAGE ........ Powell, Mr. William ..........,. Powell, Melanie ........ 87, Presley, Harold ...... ...,...... Presley, Paul ....,..................... Preforlus, Harold .......... 9l, Price, John ...................... ..... Price, Judifh ............ IOS, Price, Phyllis ..........., 2Ib, Price, Polly ............ 34, 85, Pride, Linda ........ 25, 88, Probsf, Roberfa ..................., Profiff, JoAnne ........ 2l6, Purdy, Richard ........................ Puferbaugh, Kennefh ....,....... Pyle, Penny .........,,........,,...,.,, Pyper, Nancy ...... .,.... O'Hara, Myron .... 40, 90, l05, 2l5 OHIO BELL CO. .......,........ 264 OHIO SEALERS ll CHEMICAL CORP. .......,,. 279 OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION CORP. ONE HOUR CLEANERAMA Oosfing, Timofhy ........ 26, O'Rourke, Michael .,...... 9I, 233 Osborn, Carol ................ 26, 233 89, PYPER SAND ll GRAVEL . uasf, Michael .,......,....,...... asf R mond 94, 2l6 233 276 2l6 I9I 2l6 2l6 l9l 233 269 I56 233 I9I l9l 233 2 I 6 2l 6 258 2l6 87 233 233 l9l 86, 2l6 2l6 233 l4l 234 268 l40 ll0 2l 6 2,l 6 2 I 6 234 234 I 09, l9l 25l l92 223, 234 2 I 6 269 l92 234 30 2 I 6 274 2 I 6 u ay .................... l92 UEEN cm DRYWALL AND Morris, Paul .,........,............. MORRIS SON'S FUNERAL Mosher, Edward .............,.. Mol-fer, David ........................ HOME ..................... .....,... K. C. MOSIER COMPANY, .....,................ Mosier, Richard ...... laik Mounf, Richard ...... l58, Mouse, Gary ,.,.,.. .....,....... Mouse, Terry ....... ......... Mullen, David ..........,............. Mullen, James ........,............... Mullins, Dennis ..,.......,. 7l, Mundy, Gayle .............. l89, Murari, Eugene ......,............. Murray, James Murray, Lesfer ...... 98, Murfaugh, Michael ...... '33, Muselin, Walfer ......... ,, .,.... . Music, Nancy ...... 25, 26, 43, 9l, 94, MUTUAL OF OMAHA .... M ers Jerr MYRON cbluiisili "" I .... N Nakashima, Sfephen .......... Nash, Timofhy .... ,. 30, l24, Nassif, George ...,.. 43, IO4, I49 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE .............,.............. Neer, Mr. Frederick ............ Osborn, Jacqueline .... 24, Ill, I90 O'Shea, Michael ..............,..... Osferman, Linda .......,,..,...,.... Owen, Kennefh ........ 56, lflgl, P Paddock, Pamela ............ 30, Paisf, John ........ 56, l02, 2l3 Palmer, Barbara ............,....... 2l5 Palmer, David ...,.... 4l, 88, lfsll, Palmer, Eddie ..........,............. 233 Pandzik, Carolyn ...........,........ 233 PAN OHIO MORTGAGES .... Papp, Gregory ...... 40, l05f Shorf, Alice ........ 94, IIO, Nees, Karin ., .................. 3l, Neff, Leslie ............,,........ 74, Nehez, NElL'S Nelson, Thomas ............ 86, HERITAGE HOUSE Sfephen .... 24, 27, ' u ae, loo, I9 PARISH, RAIL T. .......,........ 243 Parker, Anne ...,.... 30, 86, IO3, 2l5 265 PARKMOOR .......................... Parks, Roger ........ 27, 68, l02, 2l5 Parroff, Judy .........,...,.. 3l, 233 Parsons, James ...... , ..... 99, 233 Parsons, Richard ......., 22, gl, Pafon, Pafricia ........ 42, 89, 2l5 4l, 77, l25, l9l 77 89 Pafrick, Barbara .....,.. Pafferson, Margorie .,.. , i Nelson, William ............ 3l, l02, 2l5, Nicely, Ramonde ........ 29, 76, 94, Niehus, Carl ............. . ...,........ .. Nies, Sandra ........................ Nolan, Mrs. Jane ........ l40, Nolan, Befh ..,.,... 25, 30, 35, 88, 92, I06, IO9, ll5, l20, 2l5, Nolan, Vicki .................... 30, Nordquesf, Richard .... Nordquesf, Susan ........ 89, Norman, Sfeven ............,....... Norman, Susan ................ 97, Norris, Michele ............ 28, 89 NORRIS FURNITURE ........ Noseda, Carmen ........ I4, IIO, I46, I47, l85, Nugenf, John .......,................ Nugenf, Timofhy ............ 42, Nunn, Kennefh .......,..,. 95, O OAKDALE HAIRDRESSERS ................ OAKWOOD FLORIST ........ OAKWOOD SALON OF BEAUTY Oafes, Crysfal ........ 3l, 77, 86, l9I Paul, E. Swarfzel ................ 2l6 233 Payne, Kafhy ............,.,......... Payne, Marr ................ I09, Pean, Doug as ..................,..... Pease, Andrea ........ 24, 42, 86, 89, 95, IO3, PEASE SALT COMPANY ............ Pease, Sfephen .,...... 6I, l00, 205 2l6 Penley, Beffy ..............,.....,.., l9l Penny, Barbara ........ 4l, 92, l9l Penny, Bonnie ........ 9l, Ill, l56 233 PENNY, J.C. Co. ................ 255 PEP CLUB ..........................., lOl PEOPPEL MElER'S PAINTS ............................... PEP CLUB . ,.............. l0l, 23l Percifield , Ka ren ........ , Perfecf, Mr. Leroy ................ Perkins, Andrea .......... IO9, Perkins, Arfhur .................,...... 265 268 233 Perclfleld, Klm .................... 2l6 I4l 2l6 233 Perry, Mr. Donald ........ 7l, Perry, Melissa .............. 89, 233 Pesfer, Susan ..........,...,. 40, 2l6 2l6 Pefers, John ...... ......... BUILDING ......................,. 288 Suick, Barbara ........,... 25, 234 ulgley, Celia ...,.,.,..,............ . 2l6 Quillen, James .,...... ,,........ 2 34 R Rahn, Diana ..,........... .......... 2 I7 Rahn, Howard .,,....... ....,..... 2 34 Rainey, Sfanley ....... ....,.... 2 34 Raifa, Suzanne .............,..,..... 234 Ralsfon, Roberf ..................., 2l7 Ramaley, Beniamin ........ 68 85, 90, I49 l92 Ramaley, Jay .................. 56, 234 Ramey Mr. Charles IO, l33 Rammler, David .... 24, 27 29, I92 Ramsey, Sfanley ......,. 6l, gg, I Rausch, Daniel ................ 4l 88, IO4 l92 Rawers, Cynfhia ........ 24, 89, 234 235 Rayburg, Beffy .......,........ . I92 Rayburn David ............ l00, 2I7 lzAY's lfl.ol1ls1' .................... 257 REAGAN, MD E.J. Reagan, Palricia .......,.... 43, l92 Reagan, Randolph ........ 25, 26, 28, IOS, 2l7 Reasor, Connie ........ 25, 26, 234 RED CROSS ...................,,....... 96 Rednom, lan Roberl' ........ 234 Reed, Dennis ........ 42, 50, 86, l02, l92 Reed, Karen .... 42, 86, 88, ISIS? I Reed. Mr. Joseph ...........,.... I35 Reed, Sandra ........................ 234 Reese, Linda ,....... 42, 72, IO9, 2l7 seigelsperger, C-liary .... 43, QI7 elge sperger, er ........ 34 Reinerf, Roberf 50, 86, , loz 2l7 Reinlcke, Daniel .... 5l, 88, l02, , 217, 290 Relnicke Susan .... 86, 89, 2l7 Rembolcl, Mary Jo .... 3I. Bs, 2 Refske, Eugene .... 90, 96, l06, 1 I07 l84, I52 Refflch, James .................... 2l7 Rexroad, Carol .................... l92 Rheuble, Barbara ........ 25, 36? I Rial, T. Parrish ....... ......... Ribas, Denis .....................,.. 2l7 Rice, Ronald ........................ 234 Richards, Phillip ........ 3l, 35, I92 Richardson, John ........ 98, IO4, I09, l92 Richie, Thomas ...,.,...........,,. 2l7 Richard, Marcia ........ 86, 89 lls, II9, 2l7 Ridd, Nancy ........ 77, 835 Ridenour, Brad ........ 8g I Ridenour, Jean .... 4I, 86, Riel, James .........................,.. Riggs, Earl ........ 50, l02 Rike, William ........ 42, 7I', Riner, Beverly ........ 24, 88, Risko, William ................ 88, Risley, Mr. Lee ............ 90, Rifchie, Albert ..........,. 4l, Rifchie, Karen ........ 86, 89, l06, l55, Rix, Pamela ........... .. ............... Roach, Kaye ................ l08, Roach, Timothy ............ 5I, Robbins Shaea ........ IO9, Roberl, Mr. Glenn Roberfs, Bruce .................... ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME . .,..,.. .................,... . Roberson, Sandra ........ 42, Roberfson, Alice ........ Roberlson, Therese ........ 75 I23, Robinson, Mrs. Charloffe .. Robinson, Mr. James ........ Rodgers, Alan .................... Rodgers Ralph .................... Roe, Egbert ........,...,......,....,,,, Roepken, Sandra ........ 3l, Rogero, Pamela ..., 76, 95, 2l7 Rogero, Pafricia ........ 24, 95, 234 Rogers, Cynfhia ............. ....... RODERER SHOES .........,...... RODGERS PONTIAC ........ Rogers, Rodney .....,.............. Ro rer, Linda ...............,.,.. ROLLANDIA GOLF CENTER . ............................ Roof, Christine .,.......... 9l, Roof, Douglas .... 85, l48, Rooney, Miss Margaret .... Rose, Philip .....,........,...,........, Ross, Ann ........................ 89, Ross, Cheryl ..... ......,.,. Ross, Linda ......... Ross, Terry .................. ...... Rosso, Louis .........,...........,.. ROTH REALTY .................... THE ROTH OFFICE EQUIP. CO. ................... . Rofhaar, Thomas ........ l02, Rofhfuss, Linda ........ 4I, Rofhfuss, Richard .,.........,,... Rofferman, Jane ................ Rofferman, William ............ Roudebush, Jusfina .... 40, ROUDEBUSH REALTY ........ Roush, Mr. Chesfer A. ..... . Roush, Jean ........ I7, I27 ROUTSONG FUNERAL Home I .,....................,,........ 38, I94 Rowell, RITE ........................ Rowland, Glenn .......,............ Rowland, James ............ 7l, Royer, Janel' ........ 78, 9l, Royer, Llnda ................ 88, Roysfon, William ........ 56, l27, Rozelle, Cheryl ..........,......... RliI'BIL?OON CADILLAC Rubin, Molly ................ 84, 95, II8, Rudy, Diana ............,............. Rueckel, Scoff' ............ 98, IO9, I94, Ruff, Leslie ........ 86, 88, 2l7, Rhulman, Roberf ....,... 42, I94 lzunyan, Philip ........ 24, 27,' Rlinyon, James .................... Rupel, Roberl ...... 89, I23, Ruperl, Rifa S. ............... . Rupp, Pamela ........... ..... 26, Russell, James ............ -......- Rufh, David ............ 6I, 63, Rufh, Pamela ........,... I2, 26, RUTH'S INC. .......,,,,........,,., , Ryder, Deborah S Sf. Clair, Charles ..,...........,. Sf. Fellx, Donna .................... Sabee, Kristine ............ 89, Sachleben, David ........ 7l, l I lI2, Saeffel, Wllllam ................ SAFETY CLUB ........................ Sakornbuf, Donald ............ Sallee, Barneffe ........ 42, Sanchez, Carmen ...,.... I IO, 259 Rish, Walfer .................... 27,.234 Risko, Jeanne ........ 30, 4I, 90 92, l92 Sandlin, Barbara ............ 43, Sa ndy,- Keifh ............ 68, 98, Sarfin, John .................,.. 26, Sauer, Daniel ..................,..,.. Sauer, Kafhleen ........,... 28, Saul, Holly ................ 2l8, Savage, Mrs. Bel-ly ............ Savage, Greg .................... Scaife, Pafricla ............ 25, Schaeffer, Terry .... II7, Schaeffer, Thea ............ 30, Schaffer, Pamela ........ 30, Schaeublin, Douglas .... 5l, Schardf, Kafhy ................ 24, Scharrer, Margaref ........ 40, 85, 9I, 94, I78, l95 Schellhase, Barbara .... I7, 2l, 22, 4l,,l95, Schember, Daniel ..............,. Sch' I' g, Ge ge ......., 42, ler ln or 90 , 94 SCHI FF'S SHOES ................ Schamlenberger, Janice 65. SCHLIENT2 8: MOORE .... Schmidf, Deborah ........ 93, Schmidf, Sfeven ............ 28, Schnarre, Mr. Robert ........ Schneider, Nancy ................ Schneider, Ralph ...... , ..... 42, Schoen, Linda ..,......... IIO, Schoen, William ...... .............. Schoenme er, Roger .......,.... 25 Schonsheck, Jon ........ , Schonsheck, Robin . ....... 30 4I 43, II9 SCHOTT PLUMBING ....,... Schrand, John .,...................... Schuerholz, Jan .... 92, 96, Schuerholz, Jeffrey ........ 7l 96, l24 Schuerholz, William .... 42, Schuessler, Mark ................ Schuler, Theodore ................ Schwab, Daniel .................... Schweifzer, Barbara .... 90, Schweller, Kathleen .... 4l, Schwob, Charles ................ SCIENCE CLUB ................ SCIENCE SEMINAR ............ Scoff, Louis ........................ Scroggy, John .,...................... Scroggy, Pafricia ........ l08, Sea Julie , ....... 24, 3l, I03, Seeberger, Mr. Gene ...37 Seiberf, Judy ........ 43, Seiler, Harold ......,............... SEITZ HARDWARD .....,...... Senseman, Beverly . ............... Senfell, Doris .....................,., Serianni, James ........ I4, 22, 84, 86, 92, ll5, l95 Seyberf, Andres .,...... I49, Sexfon, Janice .................... Sexfon, Jennifer .................... Sexfon, Sfeven - ......... .......,. Seyler, Michelle .................... Shadoins, Robin ............ ...... . . Shafor, Sally ................ l09, Shaneclc, Karen ......... . 3I, Shanklin, Sally ........ 80, 8l, SHANNON BUICK CO. ............,.......... . Shannon, David ............ 2l8, Sharp, Sonia , ..................... .. Sharriff, Thomas .... 4l, 50, 58, 68, 85, l02, I63 Shaizer, James ........ 24, 27, Shaw, Linda ........ 30, 40, Shedden, Cheryl ........ Shelander, Guy .................... ' Shell, Lou , ........................... Shelley, Kenf' ................ 3l, Shepard, James ........ 85, 92, II9, I78, I96, Sherwell, Michael ................ SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT ........................,......... Shinn, Alan ........ 24, 27, 7l, Shoemacher, Mark ...,.... 50, 84, 98, l02, Shor-I, Huberl' ..... ................... Showecker, Carl ..,..... 5l, Shulfheis David ..,.. .. 225, Shulfz, simon ........ loa, Siess, Barbara ........ 26, l26, Sikes, Cynfhia ........ 25, 89, Silas, Nancy ...,.... 79, 89, I56, I96, Simons, Elizabefh ..........,,. Simons, Judifh ............ II9, Simovarf, Benifa ..,......... 30, Sims, Mr. James ................ ginclair, 'Charles ................ lnc alr, eggy .........., ..... SINGER'S ............. ............. Singlefon, William ................ Singlefon, James ................ Sinelefon, Vicki ............ 223, Sin horn, Mark .... 89 223 Sizelove, Tonya .....,.. I 88,' Skinner, Roberl' ........ 50, 5l l02, l70 Slaven, Sandra .................... 94, 235 236 2l8 I96 235 I94 235 2 I 7 2 I 8 259 I39 235 26 235 235 2 I8 94, l95 98, 2 I 8 235 36, 263 I9, 258 235 86, 2 I 8 256 86, 2l8 278 l95 235 l04 7 I3 2 I 8 l95 l95 235 l95 27, 235 35, l95 290 l95 2 I 8 89, 235 I49 l95 2l8 2l8 2l8 235 l95 235 l05 l07 l95 235 l95 l95 3I, I42 I I0 l95 2l8 257 2l8 235 32, 207 l95 235 235 235 2l8 235 2l8 235 2l8 28I 28l 235 55, I95 68, 2l8 I96 95, 275 I96 253 236 68, 2 I 8 236 I96 2 I B 236 IO9 I96 I96 236 l48 242 I96 236 I96 l35 l52 I96 268 2 I 8 2 I 8 236 236 229, 236 58, I96 I96 I02, IB2, Vogelsang, Miss Helen .,....,. Slusser, Sondra ........ 3l, Smales, Charles .................... Smith, Mr. Eugene .............,.. Smith, Daniel ...........,.....,,..... Smith, Darlene ................ 25 Smith, Diane ....... ..4..........A... Smith, Donald ........ 86, 90, Smith, Gary ...... ...... . ...... . Smith, Janice ......,.. ....... Smith, Janice ......... ........... Smith, Jerry ...... ........A..,.. Smith, Karen ........ ......,. 3 0, Smith, Lana ..,........ ,........ . Smith, Linda ............,........... Smith, Margaret ............ 8l, Smith, Rae ............. ...,,..... Smith, Richard .................... Smith, Sandra .......,.... 86, Smith, Steven ......... ........... Smith, Susan .......... ........,. Smitley, George ..... ............ . Snyder, Gregory ....,.............., Snyder, John .,.......... 42, I96 Snyder, Kathy ........ 76, Snyder, Linda ........ 30, 89, Snyder, Rita ..A............. 42, Snyder, Michael ............ 3I, Sommer, John ...,..................,. Sorah, Richard .................... Sorenson, Mrs. Evelyn ..,...,. Sorg, Robert ............,........... Souder, Tonya ....................... SOUTH DAYTON FURNISHINGS ................ SOUTHERN HILLS SUPPLY , ..............r.. ,........ . Sowder, Patricia .... . ..,....,,.... . Spahr, Daniel ...,.. 24, 27, Spahr, James ,..... 4l, 5I, SPANISH CLUB ....,,..,..,...... Sparks, Peggy ........ 24, 27 I09, I08, 2l8 Sparks, Sandra Sparks, Wanda ............ 4l, Spaulding, Susan .......r..,. 42 Spears, Steven ......,. 24, 27 Spencer, Deloris . ....... IIO, Spencer, Garnet .r....,......... Spencer, Ronald ................ Spivey, Charles ........ 56, Spivey, Cherie .........,........., Spivey, Sharon ..,................... Sporn, Michael ...,.... IO9, Springer, David ........ 9l, Stahr, Karen ......,. 86, II6, Stamas, Constance ....,. 30, Stathes, Chrisoula ................ Stautzenbach, Judith .... 'gg Steele, John ....,,......,... 40, Steinhagen, Cherry .... III, Steinhagen, William .... 86, Stemple, Dale ........ 24, 27, 85, I04, II6, I25, I48, Stephens, David ........ 24, Stephenson, Barbara .... .85, Stepp, Flora ...,........,,.. 30, Sternberg, Linda ........ 30, Steuert, James .... 89, lI2, Steuert, Joseph ........ 85, IO4, l24 Steuert, Michael ........ 7I, 90 Stevens, David ...................... Stevens, Janette ........ 25, Stewart, Barbara ...r...... 30, Stewart, Dennis ....,... 24, 27, TRUMAN OPTICIANS ........ Stewart, Jane ........ 3l, 43, Stewart, Judith ............ 9I, Stewart, Paul ................,....... Stewart, Rosenell ..,..,r. 4I, I IO Stewart, Wendell .r............,. Stickel, David ........................ Stidham, Carl ................,..,.... Stimmel, Jerry ........ 24, 27, 4I, 85, 86, 87, II6, I49, Stine, Linda ........................ Stone, Kathleen .................... Storie, Connie .......,........ 97, Storie, Sherrie ........................ Stork, Thomas ............ I00, I05 II9 Storrs, Albert ............,........... Storrs, Ann ................ 75, 79, Stoughton, Dexter ................ Stout, Holly .................... 97, Strader, Cheryl .................... Strahan, Darrell .................... Stratheam, Mary ........ 92, Strausbaugh, Carol Strausburg, Connie ............ Strobino, Susan ............ BI, Stuckey, Mrs. Laura ............ 28, I24, 2l8 236 I37 95 26, 236 2l8 I05, 2l8 l96 I96 2l8 IO9 I96 I96 236 2l8 2l8 2l8 2l8 2l8 236 236 2l8 I00, 258 89, 236 95, 236 2l8 I97, 2l8 I97 I97 I43 I97 236 263 288 2l8 2l8 2l8 88 43, I97 I97 I97 4l, I97 I97 I97 236 l04, 2l8 236 236 I97 I05, 236 I48, I97 236 2l8 88, 2l8 2I9 I98 2I9 29, I98 27, 236 94, I98 I98 IO3, I98 236 86, I98 89, 2l9 7l 30, 2l9 IO9, 236 236 236 236 2I9 I09, I98 2l9 236 2I9 29, I98 I98 2I9 236 2l9 IO4, 2I 9 237 2 I 9 237 237 237 I98 I IS, 2 I 9 237 237 237 I43 Stuckey, Mr. John ,, .,.,,.,,..... , STUDENT COUNCIL ............ Stu rteva nt, Beryl .....,....., 30, Suhre, Terry ............... ........... Sultzaback, Mr. Richard .... Sultzback, Ann ........ 74, 226 Supensky, Robert .....,....,...,, Suro, Anita ........ ,... 2 4, 26, Swabb, Beverly ........,... I05, Swafford, Earlene ..,..... 97, Swaftord, Marvin ................ Swananger, Thomas .........,.. Swango, Patricia ........ 43, Urban, Nancy .,.......... 25, BI, 94, 29, 2I 9 Urick, Miss Rachel ......,..... I35, I60 Uselman, Robert ............ 9I, 237 Utzinger, James ......,. 28, lI2, 2l9 V Valiquette, Karen ..,............. Varsity F ...,..........,................. Valquette, Susan ................ 220 I02 237 Van Amen, Kathleen ....,... 220, IO9 200 238 Vance, Jelen ................ 20, Vandertill, Joy .....,...... Ill, Van Harlingen, Jane 86, 200 75, 200 75 238 Swanner, Edward ........,....... Swartzel, Jim ,....... ...... 5 I, Sweeney, Barbara ................ Sweeney, Brenda ..... 30, Sweeney, Richard .,.............. Sweet, Dale .... ......... , .. IO9, Swick, Barbara ..........., I25, Swigeart, Kay ..,..,.. 24, '27, Swigert, John .....,.............. SWING CLUB ...... ....,, Szakal, Nicholas ..,.,.. ....... T Van Harlingen, Jean ..., 74, - 79,94 Vanover, Geraldine .... 4I, 79, 94, IO3, Varre, Mariorie ........ 97, Venard, Douglas ............ 42, Venard, Robert ....... .,......, Vendt, Patricia .........,........., Ventura, Viets, Peggie .,,...........,......... Tackett, Mr. Elby ........ II, Tanner, Joan .,.... I7, I9, 22, 38, 4I, 95, IO3, I63, Tamnski, Mr. George ........ VITO'S .,.....................,...,........ Vogler, Mr. Stephen ...,.... 238 200 220 238 Thomas . ........... 89, 220 ' 238 266 I 35 I 25 I 35 Von Gruenigen, M r. Taylor, Donald ...........,..,....,..,. Taylor, Donna , ....... 25, 26, Taylor, Douglas ................,.., Taylor, George ..... ,.....,.... 7 I, Taylor, Ginger ..........,...........,. Taylor, Sandra ........ Ill, I99, Taylor, Susan ....... . 3I, 94, Taylor Warren .................... CALVINS TAWNEY MOVERS .....,.........,........ Temple, Susan ........ 26, 42, Terrigno, Joanne .... ,,...... ...... Theriault, John ....,... 56, 98, THESPIANS ...........,................ Il5 THETA HI Y . ...,.,.............. I00 THOMA CONTACT LENS .. , .................,..... Thomas, Barbara ........,... 3l, 89, 237, Thomas, Mr. Beniamin ..,. Thomas, Dale . .,.......,........,... . Thomas, Daniel .............,..... , Thomas, Mrs. Jean ............ Thomas, John , ..,,........... I52, Thomas, Ruth ...,........ I25, Thomas, Anthony ........ ..........,. Thompson, Patricia .....,.. 42, I99 Thompson, Peter ,... 6l, 84, 95, I02, I49, I77, Thunn, Sharon .......,.... 30, Tille, Tonya ,......,.................... Tilson, David ........................ Tincher, Linda .........,...,.,........ Tippy, Carolyn .,...... 25, 26, TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME .......,,......,...,...,....,..... Tobin, Georgie ........... , II9, Tobin, Johnell ............ 25, 200, Todd, James ............ 22, 38, 5l, 54, 58, 68, 69, I02, Todoroff, Cynthia ..,, 4I, Toll, Janis ,...... 3, 85, 88, IO3, l20, I49, 200, TOOLCRAFT PRODUCTS, INC. ,,.. ....,... , , . 284 TORCH AND KEYSTONE .... 85 237 Torley, Jane .... ,, .......... 76, TOWN lr COUNTRY FLORISTS .,.. ........,............ TOWN In COUNTRY JEWELERS ..,., .....,............... TOWN 8: COUNTRY PAPERBACKS .....,,...,,.... Travis, Linda ............................ Treat, Ned ..................,......,.. Trigg, Douglas .,.. 42, 7l, Trobaugh, Linda ...,............ Truett, William .................,,, Turner, Charles ......,...., 30, Tuttle, Mr. George .........,.. Twohig, James .... I02, 208, U Uhl, Rebecca .,... ...... 8 9, Uhl, Helen ..,.,.....................,,.. Uhrig, Thomas ,........ ,..... ,........ Uller David ........................ R.L. ULLMER MEMORIAL CHAPEL .........,................., UNIVERSAL REMODELING CENTER .........................,.. Updyke, John ..........,............. Urban, Frank ............ 24, 27, lI2, Walter .,........... ' ........... I I9, Vyszenski, ' Sherri ..,..... 92, W I39 238 Wade, Edward .......,..., 5l, 238 Wade, Stephen .................... 220 Wagner, Mr. Paul ........ IO, 95, l32, I47, l85 Wagner, Richard ...........,.... 220 Wagner, Sara ........ 23, 85, 86, 94, 95, l03,l85, 200 Wahrer, Pamela ........... ,....., . . 238 Wainwright, Brad ,....... 89, l00, 220 Walker, John ................ l00, 220 Walker, Thomas .................... 238 Waller, Louis ..,...................,, 220 Walsh, Gary ...,.,.. 93, I24, 200 Walter, Sandra ............ 89, 238 Walters, Donald ......,.......,,,. 220 Walters, Ralph ........,.., 42, 89, 200 Walters, Richard .....,...... 99, 200 Walters, Ronald .....,............., 238 Walther, Douglas ...,,... 90, I04, ll4, 200 Walther, Robert .......,............ 220 Walther, Thomas ,.., .... 9 0, l56, 238 WAMPLER ARENA CENTER Wamsley, Kenneth ...,,......,.... 20l Ward, Daryl ................,....... 220 Warren, Miss Mary Belle .. I37 Wasson, John ....,........... 42, 20I Waters, Steven ........,.,. 30, 88, 238 Watson, Billie Jane ........ 42, IO9, l20, 20l, 270 Watson, Lee ...,.....,. .... 9 4, 220 Watson, Linda ........ 4I, 86, 88, 92, 94, IO3, I25, 20l Watson, Michael ....,,...... 40, 99, 220 To Watson, Patricia ...... .......... 2 OI Watson, Shan .,.,.. ,.........,.. 2 Ol Weaver, Dana ,......,.... 88, 220 Weaver, Janiece ........ IO3, 220 Weaver, Joseph .................... 20l Weaver, Joy .........,. ........ 2 0I Weaver, Karen ....... ,....... , 220 Webb, Donna ...... .....,..,.... I 08 Webb, Gary .....,....., 98, 20l, 255 Weber, Glenn ....... ...,.,.. 2 38 Weeks, Melaine ...... ,, .... 9l, 238 WISE FOOLS .......,.,...,.,.,..,. II6 Wegh, Samuel . ..,.,...... 87, 238 WEILER, WELDING CO., INC. ........,......,,........,...,.... 247 Weimer, Particia ............ 59, 238 Weimer, Rebecca ...,.... l09, 20l Weisman, Janie .... 92, 94, IIS Welch, Michael ....,....... 7I, 270 Wells, Michael ....,... 40, 86, 87, II4 II6, 20l Wenrick, Donna ............ 86, 89, 92, 220 Wenz James ............... 98, 220 Wenzler, Martha ........ 25, 202 Wenzler, Max ........................ 238 Wessling, James ..,..... 89, WEST CAROLLTON BUILDING SUPPLY ,,,..,.,........................ 266 West, Mr. Richard ............ I37 West, Brenda .......,,,........,..... 238 West, Donald ....................,... 238 West, Mark .................... 89, 238 West, Richard .. ......... SI, 238 WESTON'S BEAUTY SCHOOL .,.. ..... ............... 2 4 5 Wheeler, Carolyn ........ 89, Wheeler, Joyce ..,.......,......... 220 Whipp, John ....,..,....,,,. 3I, 202 White, Margaret ........ 42, Whitehead, Deborah ...,........ 238 Whiteman, Anita ........ 85, 97, I25, I48, 202 Whitesell, Jeffery ................ 22l Whyte, Patricia ...,................ 220 Wick, James ..,... 24 27, 56, 57, l00, I02, 22l Wick, Lawrence ,,...... 22, I00, 202 Wick William ............ 92, 238 Wicklund, Wayne .......,........ 238 Wieland, William ,.,... .. 42, 202 Wiesmann, Robert ........ 5I, I02, 238 Wilcox, Paul ...................,.... 22l Wilken, Jon ................ .. .,.., 202 Wilkins, Nancy ........ 28, 92, 97, IO3, 22l Willett, Connie .................... 238 Williams, Charlotte ...,......., l25 l27, 22l, 278 Williams, Donna ........ 4l, 22l Williams, Edward ................ 238 Williams, Glenda ........ 24, 238, 26l Williams, Gregory .............. ' 238 Williams, Linda .,,...., 32, 85, 86, 9I, 92, 94, l27, I56, 202 Williams, Robert ........ I52, 238, 262, 22l Williams, Susanne ....i........... 202 Williams, Theodore .... .... 2 5, 26, 238 Williamson, Sandra ..,......... 238 Willis, Dennis ,.....,. .......,........ 3 Ol Wilson, Georgie .....,...... 9l, 238 Wilson, Kittie ...,........ 30, 89, 238 Wilson, Richard ....,... 86, I04, 202 Wilson, William .......,.... 5l, 22l Wint, Vickie ..............., Ill, 202 Wintermute, Carol ..,........... 203 assure adequate seating capacity. student body moves hear Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. Wirth, Kay .,... ....... 4 2, wise. David ............ ao, as, 88, IO4, l48, Wise, John .,.......... 26, 3l, Withrow, Robert ............ 50, sa, sl, 63, I02, Witteborg, Timothy ..,. 24, Wittebort, Richard ........ 2351, Wittman, Richard ..... SI: 93, Wogaman, Sue ...... .. 3I, 74, 94, 225, Wolfe, Martha ......,. 42, 88, Wollenhaugt, Chris ............ Wood, Jo n ...,.,,. 3I, 87, waaa, william .... vi, 93, woooMAN LANss ....,....,., Worthman, Sue ..........,......... Wright, Amelia .....,.. 839 Wright, Eric .........,.. 7l, 74 Wright, Wright, Wright Debbie .....,.. , no, Patricia ...,.... 28, , william .... se, sv, W.S. REMODELING ............ Wunder, Nicholas ........ 24, 9I. Wyatt, Carol ............,.....,..... Wyckoff, Paul ........ I0248 Wysong, Donald ...........r,... I Y Y-TEENS ...,...,.... .. .,........ ., Yates, John .......,..,................. Yochum, Elmer ....,....... 50, Yoe, Elaine ..,..... 27, 29, 85, Yost, Young, Young, 94, IO3, I49, Yost, Jack ........ 5l, 98, 203, Steven ................ 9I, Connie ,................ John H. ........ 28, Patricia ...... 22l, Young, Young, Young Ruth .... ao, 41, se, 94, William ..........,......... Younginan, Anita . .... .. . 30, 35, 36, 88, 89, YOUTH FOR CHRIST .....,.. YUM-YUM INN ..,........,.,..,. Z Zappe, Jane .....,......,........... Zaremski, Linda ..............,..... 89, 23l, Zaremski, Ronald ......,. 50, I02, 205, Zechar, John ........ 24, 27, ZIEGLER CO. .......,.,,........... .. Zimmer, Belinda ........ III, Zimmer, Beth ........................ Zimmer, Ernest ................ 88, Zimmerman, Gloria ....,......... Zimmerman, Karen ........,..,.... Zimmerman, Sue ..............,. Zimmerman, Thomas . ........... Zipf, Thomas , ....... B6, 93, to gymnasium to I FairmonT WesT's l965 Dragon closes iTs chronicle wiTh This page: buT The year is only physically ended. STories of high school days in '65 will be reTold whenever graduaTes gaTher in The fuTure. Only Through reliving memories of The year spenT aT WesT can The richness of The experience be fully realized. GraduaTes will recall ThaT emoTions are mixed as seniors proceed up The sTeps To receive Their diplomas. They realiie ThaT finally They are graduaTing, yeT, feel senTimenTally sad as They reminisce over pasT experiences. never To be repeaTed. ReTurning To Their seaTs, The Tassels on Their morTarboards now Turn-ed To The lefT. seniors' ThoughTs Turn To The fuTure. Juniors and sophomores, Too, sense implicaTions of a year's end aT FairmonT WesT. Underclassmen see The gleam of fulfillmenT in The eyes of parenTs Teachers and adminisTraTors. for whom This is a Time of pride when years of co-operaTive eTforT resulT in a maTure adulT. For Themselves, The end of The year means a promoTion on The scholasTic and social ladder, and a year closer To each one's commencemenT. CompleTion of The school year has a differ-enT impacT on each individual. BuT for all, iT exemplifies ThaT FairmonT WesT is opporTuniTy, developed Through challenging educaTional experiences, so ThaT each sTudenT will have The besT possible fuTure. As for FairmonT WesT, iT has seen The beginning of a new TradiTion of excellence. Diplomas will bear The name "FairmonT WesT" for The firsT Time. Records achieved in all areas of scholasTic, culTural, and aThleTic efforTs, predicT ouTsTanding fuTure personal records for Those who leave in June. AccruemenT of These accolades has been a sTrenuous, uniTed efforT: and has become a parT of every WesTonian's life. Thus, The Dragon, which is a record of The school year. is a year of each sTudenT's life beTween Two covers. I964-65 school year is fading: buT as one g-enerafion lives on in The hearTs of The nexT. so This year will perpeTuaTe so long as There are Those who smile when They remember The days They crossed a campus called Fairmoni' WesT. Q!!! 1,9 SW: iii 15 453552 Autographs Autographs Autographs A u fog ru p h s TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" ' if 1, .iv ,111-H gi-ji., 1' xr .ij Q! 1 +1- 0 K 1 1 I 2,4 I -wh --veg, wrt? - ,,,,,, ,..' f. , dl' Fw' 15 ' Q . - 5 .Q-.,,-My ' ff, "fu 3 f ' , UF' UD' M -w. "0 Summer Supplement Fairmont W est High School Kettering, Ohio Volume XLII Larry Egger. Judy Kallas, Sue Graves and 'Belsy Brewer enjoy a "relaxed almosphereh ln 'rheir new school, Fairmonl' Wesl. as lhey reminisce over previous alma malers. West welcomes new members to 'mi ' eas:fu?,'?g1 - class of '65 BREWER, ELIZABETH-Belmonl l-llgh School 2, 3. EGGER, LARRY-John F. Kennedy High School, Guam 4. GRAVES, SUE-Belmc-n+ High School 2, 3. KALLAS, JUDY-l-llllcresl High School, Sumler, Soulh Carolina 3, l-larmon l-ligh School, Newfoundland l, 2. Linda Williams Gary Walsh Molly Rubin and Judy Horstman ponder over speeches with varied thoughts and expressions. First Kettering Fairmont West graduation Mixed emotions were felt as the Class of I965 filed up the aisles to receive their diplomas. For some, joy and relief were felt as twelve long years had come to an end. Many others experienced sadness as they realized a part of their life was gone forever. For all, the commencement program held great significance. For the first time diplomas bore the name "Fairmont West." Likewise, the Alma Mater was sung for the first time at graduation. As the l965 graduates sang the words closest to their hearts, they knew they would never forget all the wonderful memories of their high school. Fairmont West. Reflections of ioy and pride are found in the voices of Robin Schonsheck. Sandy Hitte and Cindy Jones. SPEAKERS AND MUSICAL NUMBERS INVOCATION ..,.,.,........... S.....SSS.....,.... ..,.,.. .... ,....,,,SS,,...,S. ..,S.. J U D I T H HORSTMAN "SUCCESS FROM WITHIN" ..,.. I ,,USS,S I MOLLY RUBIN PIANO SOLO ..II.,..,,I..,,,SS.,,,,,., ..., P AUL WYCKOEE "THE PERFECT MOMENT" .S.,, ..I..U,. O ARY WALSH VOCAL TRIO ,,,,, .L,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,LLL S A NDRA HITTE CYNTHIA JONES. ROBIN SCHONSHECI4 "HE WHO WILLS-CAN" ,.,............. L..,.....,.L. L INDA WILLIAMS HPOLONAISE IN A-ELAT MAJOR" .,... ....,.. P OLLY PRICE "ON THE FAR SIDE OF FAILURE" .LLL.,.. .L... .LLL.. .......,.,.....,......,LL..,,..LL. G L E N EKEY FLAC EXCHANGE ..,..,......,L,..,......,,I...,.,,.. SARAH WAGNER. RANDI MGESEN BARBARA LYNCH, CARMEN NOSEIJA "THE SOUND OF MUSIC" ...... L....., LL.., L.L.....,,... ,,,.,...,,..,.. J A C K NUGENT BENEDICTION ..........,....,...... PI-IILIP BROWN boasts 550 members Friends, family and graduafes lisfen allenfively lo The Timely remarks given by Molly Rubin. Solemn Seniors reminisce as I2 years of aclwievemenl is brouglnl fo a climax. 2 Donna EcTon is speechless aTTer receiving The Mary ElizabeTh Jones Speech Award. Mike Lackey, FairmonT WesT's ouTsTanding ciTizen, displays his David V. Ray- burn Award. Vclrlet AlThough ThroughouT The year, numerous awards are made To 3 FairmonT WesT sTudenTs, There are Three honors which The school Teels To be The mosT ouTsTanding and Their presenTaTion climaxes The school year. Each oT These awards is based upon all-around parTicipaTion and scholarship, louT each cenTers around one main field oT acTiviTy. The Mary ElizabeTh Jones Award honors a senior who has conTribuTed superior speech work. The Charles Roger Finley Award recognizes The ouTsTanding aThleTe of The year. The David V. Rayburn Award is presenTed To The ouTsTanding senior who besT porTrays many posi- Tive characTerisTics oT ciTizenship. For The school year oT I964-l965, Mike Lackey won The Rayburn Award. Mike was associaTe ediTor and sporTs' ediTor Tor The yearbook. He was The moTivaTing TacTor Tor WesT's spiriT as he ran down The Tield recording The plays aT all TooTball games. FairmonTonians Truly TelT ThaT he deserved The award, Tor he received a sTanding ovaTion. Jim Todd received The Charles Finley Award. In his sophomore year Jim leTTered in TooTball and wresTling. His iunior year he was Third in The disTricT and MVL Champ in wresTling. l-lis senior year he was co-capTain oT The TooTball Team and all-WOL. In wresTling he was second in The disTricT and WOL Champ. He was also selecTed scholar aThleTe and presidenT oT VarsiTy "F." Donna EcTon received The Mary ElizabeTh Jones Award. Donna parTicipaTed in speech and debaTe Tor Tour years: as a sophomore she losT only one debaTe. CompeTing in area debaTe and girls' ex- Temporaneous speech TournamenTs. she was TirsT in The disTricT in girls' exTemp and compeTed in sTaTe Tinals. Her senior year she was elecTed vice-presidenT oT The N.F.L. She placed second in exTemp in disTricT Tinals and TiTTh in The sTaTe. As a member of The A-debaTe Team she won TirsT in The WOL. She was nominaTed Tor naTional con- gress. Crowning evenT of her senior year was To receive her double ruby in N.F.L., which signified 500 poinTs oT speech work. Y of superior achievement Jim Todd, smiling moclesTly, has a greaT deal To be proud of, as winner of The Charles Roger Finley Award. Quill and Scroll: FronT Row: KaThy Srone, Linda Srine, Judy HorsTman, Jim Barnes, Sarah Wagner, Pam LiTTle, Mary Green, KaThy Conley, Gloria MorningsTar. Margarel' Scharrer. BeTh Nolan, Barb Essen reis Am Wri hT. p I Y 9 Row 2: David Brown, Mike Lackey, Karen Kline, Janis Toll, Sandy Finley, Merrill. Karan Gaclclis, Michele HuTTon, Joyce Dicke, Sharon Cook, Jean Rousch, Quill and Scroll is The lnTernaTional Honorary SocieTy oT High School Journal- isTs, of which FairmonT WesT has a large chapTer. Membership is based on overall scholarship, as well as journalisTic acTiviTy. New members are inclucTed in a candle- lighT ceremony aT The annual journalism banqueT. ScholasTic eTTorT and service, as well as leadership and characTer, are TurTher recognized aT FairmonT WesT by iniTiaTion inTo The NaTional Honor SocieTy. WesT has merits public recognition Two Tappings a year, Tor seniors in De- cember, and Tor juniors in May. Require- menTs Tor junior year membership dicTaTe ThaT The sTudenT be in The upper TwenTy per cenT oT his class, oT which no more Than seven and one-halT per cenT may be selecTed. The junior members oT WesT's Torch and KeysTone chapTer provide The nucleus Tor The nexT year's organizaTion. as well as acT as pace seTTers Tor The Tol- lowing year's senior class. Janie Wiesmann, Judy Fenfon, Terry RoberTson. Row 3: Jim Shepard, Phil Brown, Dan Allen, Donna EcTon, Judy Blome, Sandy Taylor, HarrieT Drakos Jill lrvin, Nancy Giffin, Sue MarTin, Judy Jordan, Karen Moore, Dodie Polly Price hands Mary Ann Kowaski her pin of accomplishment Junior Torch and KeysTone Members: Froni' Row: Pam LiTTle. BeTh Nolan Gloria Morningsfar, Lynn GirTon, Marcia Rickard, Jim Barnes, Dee Hudson Mary Cross, Janie Wiesmann. Mary Ann Kowaski. Row 2: Nancy Balis, Nancie Fisher, Karen FiTzwaTer, Pam Rogero, Jo Ellen Kidwell, Karen Reed Pam Clark, MarTha Apple, Tom STork, JoAnne Malone, Marilyn Hunsaker. , Row 3: Jane Biddle, Karen RiTchie, Dick WiTTman, Judy STaul'zenbach, Pai , Deck, Bill Lamme, Ken Clark, Kipp KasTens, Bob VieTs, Joe DeHaven. Row 4: Nancy Ridd, Doug Hinkley. Joe Fiecller, Kerry McCalla, Doug Leonard , Floyd Elmore, Jim UTzinger, Ed KalaT, Judy Blome, Raymonde Nicely. Jim Mullen glows wifh pride as he is congrafulafecl Valedicforians, Donna Ecfon and Paul Wyckoff, discuss fhe challenge of having 4.0 averages as for being fhe winner ol fhe Junior Chamber of fhey prepare fo enfer Wellesley and Wheafon This fall. Commerce Award. Presentations of awards exemplify Bell Award Winners: Fronf Row: Randy Reagen, Julie Braden, Amy Wrighf, Dick Wiffman. Row 3: David Burns. Paul Wyckoff, Doug Roof, Emerson Rae Smifh, Marcia Rickard, Kafhy Conley, Pal' Deck, Lynn Girfon, Sue Horner, Belfy-Ann Hoener. Kay Wirfh, Diane Lucas, Sherrie Dinsmore. Kenf Marfin, Jean Van Harlingen, Anifa Vlfhileman, John MacBain. Row 2: David Bradford, Sharon Byrd, Dale Sfemple. Row 4: Tom Leckrone, Tom Jackson, Wise, Pefe Thompson, Tom Bohardf, Jim Mullen, Joe Fiedler, Sandy Hard- Doug Walfher, Donna Ecfon, Karen Sfahr, Linda Auwers, Bill Rike, Ken Clark. ing. Sandy l-liffe, Dodie Merrill, Diane Keller, Carol Meeks, Denny Herron, Joe Del-laven. Roberl Binning, Jim Serianni. Joe Del-taven tinds that the opportunities tor service at West have opened the door to recognition by the Dartmouth Alumni Club. numerous opport Alice Robertson keeps the. type flying business. xx tor etticiency Pat Forstoft, Jim Serianni, Phil Brown, Donna Ecton, Glenn Ekey, and Sandy Harding have achieved speech records deserving recognition. Fairmont West students achieve recognition in tields ot scholarship, citizenshipgbusiness. and leadership. Valedictorians accumulated a high academic record ot a tour-point aver- age. Junior Chamber ot 'Commerce and the Dartmouth Club make citizen- ship wards to two members ot the junior class, while B'Nai Brith gives a citizenship award to a senior girl, this year's recipient being Jill Irvin. Dragon Bell Awards are given to stu- dents tor representation in subiect areas. unities for West students Dwight L. Barnes and PTA schol- arships are given to deserving appli- cants who are entering the teaching tield and will teach at least two years in Ohio. National Forensic League trophy goes to a speech student tor participation and achievement in all areas ot speech. Business students, Laura Black, Linda Stine, and Alice Robertson received recognition tor their accomplishments in business courses. Future ot education is assured by 1965 teacher scholarship winners. Dodie Merrill, Sue Taylor, Kathy Malone, and Sandy Harding. Not pictured: Janis. Toll. Froni' row: Coach B. Krilzer, D. Reed, M. Snyder, S. Lauderback, T. McCor- mick, B. Brandi, D. McGilvery, J. Hinkley, B. Schuerholz, D. Helm. co- caplain, G. Papp. L. Hildebrandt B. Royslon, M. Galloway, J. Morgan, J Hari, B. Skinner, S. Alexander, D. Mullen. Row 2: Coach D. Hoppe, M Wenzler, M. McCar+hy, J. Logan, W. Kimbrell, B. Ellis, J. Paisf, J. Theriaull, D. Scl-iaeublin, D. Ruih, J. Johnson, J. Kovach, T. Walker, J. Mullen, J Hollson, F. Grey, E. Phillips, J. Anson. Row 3: M. Lackey, J. Ramaley, R. Sweeney, K. Cunningham, D. Hockeii, T. Zipf, C. French, G. Poulos, J. Wick, T. Venlura, D. Weaver, D. Mallby, T. Nash, D. Sfickle, J. Bussell, J. McVey. Row 4: D. Green, R. Wesi, G. Baker. J. Bernelich, S. Lealhly, P. Baker, L. Kinkade, J. Blakeman, P. Combs, D. Green, B. Clever, C. Showecker, S. Cornelius, B. Koler. Noi Picfured: M. Miller, co-capiainq J. Gessaman. Trackmen have good year, 2nd in W.O.L. Wesi' compeled evenly wilh lhe area's besi 'ro compile a solid 'rrack record. Dual-meel' viclories over Cha- minade and Fairborn were high poinls. Three limes lOakwood lnvilalional, Fair- monr Wes?-Easi, and WOLJ, Jrhe lasl eveni decided a meel' which The Dragons dropped by Jrhree poinls or less. Individual slrandoul was Sieve Laud- erback, who broke or 'fied 'l'hree hurdle records. Bill Brandi, discus: and Jrhe 880- relay leam of Dave Mullen, Denny Reed, Wayne Kimbrell and Dave Helm sparkled in The dis'l'rici' rneel lo qualify for re- gional aciion. Dave Mullen and Dave Helm sweep firsi' and second places in lhe IOO. Dan McGilvery wins lhe 880 wifh a final bursi of speed. RECORD Fairmonl Wesl .... BOV2 Chaminade ...... 37lf2 Fairmonl' Wes'r .... 8l Xenia .............. 52 . Beaver Creek .... l5 Fairmonl Wesl .... 68 Fairborn .......... 50 Fairmoni Wesl .... 43 Roih ....... ...... 7 5 Fairmonl Wesl' .... 88 Slebbins .......... 30 Fairmonl Wesl .... 38 Richmond ........ 7I Fairmonl Wesl .... 58 Fairmonl Easl' .. 60 Richmond Relays ........ .......................... 5 'rh Oakwood lnvilalional .... .... 2 nd Daylon Relays ............... ..... 9 'rh Weslern Ohio League .... 2nd Disiricl' Meer ............. ..... I Hh Sieve Lauderback, holder oi all hurdle records, fakes The lead in ihe lows againsi Richmond. Fairmon? Wes? Fairview .......... ....,. I 2 Fairmon? Wes? .,....., ..... B eavercreelc Fairmon? Wes? Chaminade ...... .,.,., 3 Fairmon? Wes? ........ ..... M iamisburg Fairmon? Wes? Wayne ..,.,.,,.,.. ,,,,,, 4 Fairmon? Wes? ........ ..... O alcwood .. Fairmon? Wes? Belmon? .,,,..,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 Fairmon? Wes? ,A,..,., .,,,. S ?ebbins A... Fairmon? Wes? Fairmon? Eas? ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, O Fairmon? Wes? .,.,,,., 4.... B eavercreelc Fairmon? Wes? Springfield Nor?h .......... I Fairmon? Wes? ........ ..... C haminade Fairmon? Wes? Middle?on .4...,.,..., ...... l 2 Fairmon? Wes? ..,..,,. ...,. M iamisburg Fairmon? Wes? Fairborn .......... ...... 3 Fairmon? Wes? ........ ..... B elmon? ..... l:alFmOD'l' Wes? Xenia ,,,,,,,,,,,.,A..,,, ...,.,, 6 Fairmon? Wes? ,,,,,,,, ,.... B elmOr1'l' ..... Fairmon? Wes? Wes? Carroll?on .......... 4 Dick Aberna?hy glares a? pi?cher de?erminedly. l-lighligh? of ?he l965 baseball season was during ?he rival game wi?h our sis?er school, Fairmon? Eas?. ln ?he las? inning of ?ha? game wi?h no score for ei?her ?eam. iunior Don Harlow hi? a home run ?o win over Eas?, I-O. Diamond Men had a 9-IO season ?his year, ye? proved ?hemselves s?rong in many valuable games. They played and bea? Belmon? ?hree ?imes-, ?he las? ?wo in a double-header on ?he ?inal day o? ?he season. ln ?he ?irs? year of WOL compe?i?ion ?he Dragons had a winning 4-3 record. Doug Roo? spoops up a grounder while keeping eye on runner for nexl move. Abernathy mos? improved, Roof mos? valuable Sea?ed: D. Graham, D. Harlow, M. Ganlz, K. Kas?ens, B. Reiner?, T. Madiger, R. Zaremslci, S. Pease, P. Flavin. S?anding: Coach. B. Hildrelh, D. Roof, D. Aberna?hy, B. Albery, J. Long. B. Bell, M. Sporn, R. Gabbard. Individual frophy winners Jim Twohig Mos? Improved Tom Bohard?, Mos? Valuable: and Bob V1e?s Mos? Valuable find Farrmon? and fairways bofh rewarding. Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmonl' Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Fairmon? Wes?ern Disfricf ' Sfafe Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Wes? Ohio RECORD 9 Xenia O 9 Sfebbins O 7lf2 Beavercreek llf2 2 Wes? Carrollfon .. 7 9 Wayne O 4 Wes? Carrollfon .. 5 6lf2 Fairmon? Eas? 2lf2 6lf2 Princefon 2lf2 6 lndian Hill 3 9 Chaminade O ..,.....l2 Oakwood 6 7 lvliddle?own 2 3 Springfield Norfh 6 3 Oakwood 6 6 Alfer 3 3lf2 Miamisburg 5lf2 2 Fairborn 7 9 Beavercreek O 9 Sfebbins O League .......................... ....... I s? 2nd trophy Sudden death gains golfers silver Wes?'s golf feam con- successful season by plac- ?he s?a?e golf champion- S?a?e's Scarle? and Gray a ?ie for second place fee-men puffed ?o silver- ?rophy honors by winning a sudden clea?h playoff. Dragon divo?-diggers Tom Bo- hard?, Bob Viefs. Jim Twohig and S?eve lv1cCaffer?y finished 20 sfrokes behind Upper Arlingfon by carding a ?o?al of 644- for ?he 36-hole course. Fairmon? cluded a very ing second in ship a? Ohio course. Affer honors, Wes?'s Dragon foursome capfured ?he dis- ?ric? crown by defeafing many peren- nially fough feams such as Wes? Car- rollfon and Oakwood. Team ?o?al for ?he dis?ric? compe?i?ion was? 309 wi?h Tom Bohard?'s 73 affording him medal- is? honors. Coach John S?uckey's clivofmen dominafed ?he local scene as fhey suc- ceeded in faking ?he WOL 'rifle af ?he Greene Counfy Counfry Club. Medalis? Bob Viefs led ?he way wi?h a 72. mng dlsimd ,mile Fron? row: Tom Swananger, Tom Bohardf. Bob Viefs, Coach John Sfuckey. Row 2: Walfer Kelch, George Argue. Sfeve McCaffer?y. Varsify: Pefe Thompson. capfain: Burr Sforrs: Tom Oosfing: Bill Nelson: Jim Hall: Dale Sfemple. Nof Picfured: Paul Wyckoff. Experienced "rockefeers" are area powerhouse Wifh a sfrong confingenf of eighf seniors, fhe fennis feam won eighf in a row fo end fhe season IO-2 in dual compefifion. Led by fhree-year leffermen Pefe Thomp- son and Paul Wyckoff, fhe Dragons were second in fhe WOL: beafing Fairmonf Easf 4-I. Downing Chamin- ade fwice. also added fo a greaf season. Capfain Pefe Thompson, named fhe squad's Mosf Valuable Player: and Paul Wyckoff, Mosf Improved: were second in fhe disfricf as a doubles feam and wenf on fo fhe sfafe semifinals before being bumped by Hue evenfual champs. Reserve-Fronf row: Joe Sfeuerf, Les Ferguson, Brian Finegold, Frank Andrews. Row 2 Bud Banks, Sfeve Nelson, Ed Kalaf, Paul Marshall, Dan Schember. RECORD Falrmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Fairmonf Wesf Beavercreek .....,.. Oakwood ..,.. Wayne ...... ..,... Troy ...,.4,..,..,....... Middlefown ........ Miamisburg ........ Chaminade ..,..... Fairmonf Easf ...... Fairborn ........,.....,. Sfebbins .............. Chaminade ........ Miamisburg .......... Ann Siorrs begins game wiih winning form. SCORES Fairmonl Wesl .,,,.. ,.,. 5 Fairmonl Vxfesl ..,.... A....... O Fairmonl Wesl' ...... ........ 5 Fairmonl Wesl .,..... ....... 4 Fairmoni Wes'r ....... ....... O Fairrnonl Wesl ....... ....... 3 Fairmonl Wesl' ....... ....... 3 Fairmonl Wes'r ,,.A... ....... 3 Fairmonl Wesr ..s.... ........ 0 Lebanon ,,,, Julienne ,,...,.. Lebanon ......, Fairmonl Easl Oakwood .,.... Troy ,...,... Wayne Y,7,,.. Troy ,.......,V.... Oakwood ..... Dodie Merrill serves a winning game and march. Tennis has 6-3 mark for best season Fronl Row: S. Kohl, N. Ridd, J. Andrews, D. Merrill, L. Griffon, J. son, A. Slorrs, N. Balis, J. Slaulzenbaclv S Byrd S Lu e P c Jordan, L. Lysell. Row 2: Coach C. Forman, A. Sullzbaclw, T. Roberl- Carihy. Fronl' Row: lvl. l-lulclwinson, K. Kelley, B. Longman, N. Silas, C. J. Van Harlingen, K. Medford, P. Rogero, J Brownell Coach S Roof, L. Kleinhans, G. VanOver, C. Tippy, L. Reese. Row 2: B. Erbaugh. Lules, R. Holcomb, J. Royer, C. Snyder. S. Galloway, P. DeVogel, Softball frounces East, wins four of six Jean Van Harlingen demonslrales one of her eiglwl' sirike-ouls in Easl game. Dragonelies and supporlers keep an eye on a luiglw pop-up. Fairmonl Vv'esl Fairnnonl Wesl Fairmonl Wesl Fairmonl Wesl Fairrnonl Wesi Fairmonl Wesl SCORES 2 Wayne ..,..,,,, I7 lvliamisburg . 8 Madison .... 8 Buller .,... 20 Troy .,............ I7 Fairmonl' Easl Fronl' Row: Sieve Lauderbaclc lmosl- valuable-lraclcl. lennisl, Tom Bohardi lmosl valuable-golfl, Jim Dave Helm lmosl valuable-lraclcl. Paul Wyckoff Twohig lmosi improved-golfl, Dan MCC-Bilvery lmosi lmosi improved-lennisl, Doug Roof lmosl valuable- improved-lraclcl, Bob Vieis lmosl' valuable-golfl, base-balll. Row 2: Pele Thompson lmosl valuable- Dick Abernalhy lmoslimproved-baseballl. . Athletes receive well-cleservecl honors Winler sporls banquel honoring banquei honoring all ils members Jean Van Harlingen receives her 'lrophy from Miss The baslceiball. wreslling, and gym- who received 'rhe required number of M0f'i1f0fea'n'nQ 47l pomls 'n GAA' naslic alhleiesg summer sporis ban- poinls were highlighls ol The l964- quel honoring lhe iennis, baslceiball, l965 Ei'fl1l6'llC year. and lrack aihlelesg and lhe G.A.A. Fronf Row: Tom McCormick lmosf improved- coachable-baslceiballl, Tom l-laugh? llIO'X: baslaeiballl, Doug Maxwell lmosi valuable- spiril-wresllingl, Don Mazalc lmosl im- baslceiballl, Larry Dielz lmosf improved- proved-gymnasiicsl, Bob Odom lmosl' valu- wresllingl. Row 2: Mike Brandenburg lmosl able-wresilingl. valuable-gymnaslicsl, Pele Thompson lmosl Combined TalenTs of Robin Schonsheclc, as Mary Poppins and Rick Gross, as Beri. added exTra enioymenT To The show. Styles step into spring KaThi HorsTman beams wiTh pride as she models her loose-T'iTTing shiTT. STyles and smiles were mixed as The combined l-lome Economics sewing classes presenTed Their annual sTyle show. One-hundred clolrhing and Tailoring sTudenTs Turned models Tor The occasion. EveryThing from beach-cover shiTTs To ball gowns was included in The show. VarieTy acTs based upon The musical inTerpreTaTion of "Mary Poppins," by members of The speech classes. were inTerspersed ThroughouT The show. EnTerTainmenT Tor The nighT was concluded wiTh The hisTory oT The modern dance. Laurie Gumper charmed The audience in her fashionable scalloped skimmer. EcsTaTic smiles reveal The happiness of a momenT ThaT Queen Linda Williams and King Larry DieTz will never TorgeT. "TahiTian TwilighT" genTly enveloped Wampler's Ballarena May I4, while WesTonians danced Through The nighT aT The Junior-Senior Prom. Junior class, TradiTional hosT OT This annual social evenT, succeeded in creaTing a mosT unTorgeTTable evening. Hard work and planning on The parT of numerous commiTTees and people resulTed in a realisTic aTmosphere of palm Trees, Tropical gardens and 'l'ahiTian hospiTaliTy. Ronnie lvleyer's OrchesTra pro- vided delighTTul music. AncienT Polynesian TradiTion made The colorful ceremonial crowning oT The king and queen The highlighT oT The evening. Charming Linda Williams and handsome Larry DieTz reigned Tor The remainder OT This gala aTTair. Twi- lighT Taded aT midnighT when couples sailed 'from The magic isle oT TahiTi To privaTe parTies, laTe dinners, and early lorealcTasTs. SaTurday Tound The more amloiTious members oT The Senior Class picniclcing aT l-luesTon Woods and John BryanT STaTe Park. Seniors all agreed ThaT The I965 Prom was a greaT success. Tahitian Twilight" Bob McMurTrey. Sandy Harding, Jim Shepard, Gail Anderson, Pam Paddock and Tony Cramer Take Time ouT for reTreshmenTs and a liTTle muTual admiraTion. Tom Slwarrill, Joan Tanner, Marv Hill. Barbara Scluelllnase. Linda Williams. pages Janel Williams and Ben King added colorful almosphere wi'rl1 Their Larry Dielz, Judy Fenlon. Jim Todd, Karen Moore and Gary Webb presenl nalive coslumes. a piclure of royally as flue coronarion ceremony 'lakes place. Lillle Tahilian enchclnfs Wesfonians and makes memorable prom Enlhusiaslic juniors spend lime and energy in decoraling for The l965 Prom. Enchantment prevails in The l.ighTs were dim, scenT oT Tlowers was in The air, and moods were dreamy as The dancers swayed genTly To The music OT The Chandells and ConTinenTals. Magic spell oT The "Garden oT Eden" was everywhere, Trom The crepe-paper doorway To The lovely TounTain. Over-all commiTTee chairman, John BohardT, did a wonderTul iob in organizing various commiTTees'To malce The sophomore dance The success iT was. l:aculTy adviser, lvlr. Ross BaTeson. leTT no sTone unTurned in making The dance one oT The mosT memorable occasions Tor sophomores as well as upper-classmen. "Garden of Eden" Sophomore class's coniribu- Tion To FairmonT WesT so- cial liTe drew a Tine group. All Those in aTTendance aT Junior dance experienced an evening Tilled wiTh much exciTemenT and a Touch of royalTy. "April in The OrienT," sponsored by The iunior class, broughT mysTic enchanTmenT To The wesT gym. Flowers, lanTerns, pagodas, and music by The Cava- liers creaTed an aTmosphere Tor dancing, laughTer, and Tun. lnTermission acTiviTies Tound Joe Del"laven and Judy STauTzenbach radianT wiTh The delighT oT being Crowned king and CIUGGH. King and Queen, Joe DeHaven and.Judy STauTzenbach, glowing wiTh Juniors, along WH-lq -Their fagulfy advigerg' gpeni' unexpecTed Thrill of coronaTion, reign over TesTiviTies. many long hours working on This dance. Proceeds received Trom The success of "April in The OrienT" were used To help Tinance The Junior-Senior Prom. April rains oriental charm for iunior class King Joe Del-laven and Queen Judy STauTzenbach proudly reign ski, Jan Schuerholz, Bob VieTs, Sharon Moore, Mark Shoemacher in The midsT oT Their courT: STeve Pease, Karen Reed, Ron Zarem- Pam LiTTle, Tom Madliger, and JaneT King. Marcia Rickard gives Brad Ridenour and faxi driver, Rick Behm, some exfra affenfion. Kell Harvey, fhe Junior Class Play, was a comical skefch of a family and an imaginary whife rabbif. Mr. Joseph Kuldau made fhe play possible by affording his experf direcfion and supervision. Sponfaneous applause for fhis "hopping-good" comedy proved fhe play a fremendous success. Humorous characfers ranged from a seven foof rabbif fo a play-boy bunny. For fhe casf of over fourfeen, fhe play was a unique experience which will y, Jan Schuerholzg and Dr. Sanderson, Doug Hinkley: are reprimanded by fheir superior, Dr. Chumley, who is played by Bill Nelson. Junior class never be forgoffen' Producfion included fhe efforfs of many ofher Juniors who parficipafed on make-up commiffees, scen- ery, and behind sfage posifionfs. An organized group of Junior girls performed a Pooka dance while fhe pro- fessor confradicfed fhe exisfence of a Pooka. Bill Nelson was named "Thespian Acfor of fhe Year" for his ouf- sfanding performance as Dr. Chumley. Judge Gaffney, porfrayed by Doug Monsche: fhe maid, Linda Hedden and Mary Ann Baker as Myrfle Mae, lisfen fo Janie Wiesmann, who plays Vifa as she fells of her predicamenf af Chumley's resf. Brad Ridenour, who porlrays +he professor, insisls lhaf 'rhere is no such 'lhing as a Poolca. play, Harvey, hailed ci success Candy Gray as Mrs. Chauvenel and Janie Wiesmann as Vila. have a reunion al' Vi'ra's parfy. Bill Nelson as Dr. Chumley and Sieve McCaf'fer'ly as Elwood P. Dowd, dream of 'lhe fhings 'their friend Harvey could do for a person. Dick Willman as Wilson and Marilyn Hunsaker as BeHy Chumley are elafed by 'rhe delinifion They find for Poolca. Qu I Y I I Tragedy strikes Fairmont West's family DOUGLAS HELLER PEGGY COMMON Doug HeIIer's outlook on life always kept him Iooking in the right direction. Peggy Common's enthusiasm glowed in aII activities in which she participated. Fairmont West, and thus each and every Westonian had to bear up under two more tragic Iosses this year April 23, I965, will be remembered as the date that Douglas I-IeIIer, a Central unit senior, Iost his Iite in an automobile accident. A scant tour days passed before a serious illness snuffed out the Iite of Peggy Common, a West unit sophomore. The loss of these two vibrant people will leave sad memories for those who knew them weII. We are all better oft for their having been among us. Summer Supplement completes pictorial 1965 COVER1 Dodie MerriII, Janis ToII SPORTS I'lONORS.l,.Judy Blome, Johnell Tobin SENIOR ADDITIONS.1Sandy Taylor, Joyce Dicke FASHION SHOW., Janet King, Jaine Williams BACCAI-AUREATE-i-BiIIie Watson, JiII Irvin PROM.l-1Jim Sheperd, Jean Roush COMMENCEMENTlNancy Giiiin. Judy FGHTOH Dan AIIen, Barbara Essenpreis Judy I-Iorstman SOPHOMORE DANCE .T.,GayIe Mundy SCHOLASTIC I'IONORS...TPhiI Brown, Donna Ecton Beverly Bearzy Sharon Cook, Karen Kline JUNIOR DANCE l.,,GIoria Morningstar Linda Stine Sandy Finley BOYS' SPORTS - Mike Lackey, Michelle I-Iutton JUNIOR PLAY1.-,l. Margaret Scharrer Rick Mosier. Beih NOIGH Connie Eaton, Cathy French 'GIRLS' SPORTS ..-ii. Karan Gaddis, Ann Cushwa IN MEIVIORIAM JaniS Toll Judy Jordan EDITOR Janis Toll .nw-4-.,, - . asian.. 1 - Q 2 I Y, , . l" ci? amslo, 1. H11 I5 'Z 'E 1 'r fn' ,S at ,I Slowffmi' ,Mm HI 3111523 mage :lover V OQEW so gimsm, -ox 03 HSA 1- EINO .LHS 11008: .LEI HHOH Ol I'1Df-IS 38 4. I ri A 1 Q -rs


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