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

 - Class of 1966

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W Y Q4 , YA J 1 If f j X 3 f ' 1 , 2 2 ,' -Q . l 6 CONTENTS Beauly . , . Sludeml Life Sporls . . A Leadership Academics Seniors . . Juniors . , . Sophomores Business .. Years of lrials and Failures, successes and experiences, pioneer The making ol a schoolyear such as lhal of I965-66. Recalling pasl venlures and accomplishmenls, sfudenls reach for opporlunilies To make Jrheir mark upon lhe annals of school hislory. Wi+h pride and apprecialion, The sophomore, iunior, and senior classes perpeluale lhe dislinclion lhal is synonomous wirh +he name ol Fairmonf Wesf. For lhem, honor is noi gauged by viclories or by awards: il is revealed in lhe lives of lhe sludenfs lhemselves and lhe ways in which lhey live wilh and for Jrheir school. Finding lhe Jrerm "yearbook" lo be incomplele, lhe I966 Dragon is designed noir lo be Jrhe "book of a year," bul lhe "book of one year resulling from lhe grcwlh and advancemenls of many." To relare The desires and goals, The progress and achievemenls of Jrhe Wesionians ol '66 fhis is lhe purpose of lhe Dragon. Hs pages bursl wilh Jrhe newesl conlribulions +o lhe repulalion of Fairmoni' Wes+. NINETEEN SIXTY SIX is ,gfu FAIRMONT WEST HIGH SCHOOL 1 330i SHROYER ROAD KETTERNG, OHIO Volume XLIII Fairmoni Wesi is a favoriie Topic of discussion for seniors Rickie Gaffney, Bill Nelson, Sieve Nel- son, Barb Law. Sieve McCafferi'y. Linda Lennon, Dan Spahr, Connie Eafon, Les Ferguson, Jane? King, Judy Merrifield, and Anders Milfon. Leaving school af noon to worlc in library at Van Buren Junior High, COE student Kathy Harfmeier realizes imporfance of preparedness gleaned through education. Concentrating on current evenfs, Sue Heinrich becomes more informed in social studies are , G Discovering numerous activities, stuclents use leisure time wisely Christmas vacation finds National Honor Sociefy members welcoming fhe Class of '65 fo first Alumni Coffee Hour. ! L infer-schoiasric sporis provides inferesfing re- Talenied Denny Herron enioyg leigure Mme 5pen+ Sandy Finley finds ner scieniiiic research C C H i i iii i 1 wardin laxarion for enfhusiasfic parficipanrs. playing French horn wirh Dayron Philharmonic ox oronary ear nsiuemos re m-f-I-iaf+M Homecoming courr Sharon Moore, Jane? King, Judy Sfauf- zenbaciw, Linda Lennon, Barbara Knipp. and Pam Liffie enioy ine '65 iloai consirucfed by dedicafcd sfudenis. ii f'X, "kk A ., ff M . k l W t' sq W'-uv' . C .J ,nf ' I -' A + 9-1 -, f, ,fgqz-M, 9" "' ,, :LQ ' Y . ,4 Z I- A T ' -2. F' L "Q 'P-"5 2 :fi ,31l.,if.. .Q , V I lk 3 J '! 1 .Q- I K S-al l ,Q X ,F ,ff - " 'Ng ,W-v-... I Q- wi N ,wm- 3 5 1 I 1 I N ,ff M , , Q - ., , wyfw, A 'tix '--:W f WW' N .iff Ma 1 1 .4 . 1. TA-W 'fi N 1, F+ " fi ' ni? . , , 4 X :ST , N fav a VX: a vm: H, . Tiff? if , f if L Q ' :Effie ' ,, e - r ' "" ' ' .X , , 4 ,, S , wg M . , '52 ! -. x - ,.. Q M' V V MA ,gg ,vm Aesthetic interests at West display versatility and creativity Miss Leah Funcifs speech students listen attentiveiy to contestant. Gloria Morningstar uses artistic ability to capture autumn beauty ot nature. n Talented Martha Apple displays tinesse as a harpist with school orchestra. Mr. Gene Seeberger directs a practice session ot mixed concert choir ,NC , 1 wa 1 7: , , V Nr, K i -vu' L fix ' , in y J U J 1 31 A Q ' 1 'K " N JI 1 ,A f fi. 4? ' 3 ,.,n f 1 La., of no 4 A 4+ 95 . , 'K L Q, Q. w 5 'g 1 Q, i 1 r i ii I fi E L. Bioioqy lab creaies coioriui aimospnere for siudenis Pam Coiier, Claudia Giiberi, Ron Cannarn, Meiody Charier, and Mike Tiieriaulf as iiiey observe Mr. Ross Baieson's inieresiinq disseciion oi ine srariisln. Reflective fucly reaps academic rewards Faculry-academic edirors Karen Riichie and in COniur1Ci'iOn wiH'i i'rs receni' "newspaper- Sandy Finley pause while planning coverage in-ine-classroom" proiecr, Karhy Dixon reviews and Iayour for rheir seciion in '66 Dragon. area and naiional news ifems of inreresr. i Refurning from his year of sfudy at The Universily of Madrid, Mr. Maurice Conn disseminales firsl'-hand informalion aboul' 'lhe Span- ish language and cusloms ro lislening laboraiory sludenis. Linda Fox discovers lhaf Wes+'s paperback boolcslore provides 6 variely of inferesling. informalive, and educahonal volumes. 'Twain W M 22. T X Passing an open door info lhe corridor, Dragon pholographer, Mr. William Maerlcer, calches a glimpse of The iype of concenlraied efforl' and sludy characlerislic of Fairmonl Wesl siudenls in lheir allairiing recoqnilion in all areas of academic compeliiion, Spiritecl students evoke enthusiasm in community Unbeaten volleyball team drives to deteat Fairmont East. Varsity basketball cheerleader Jaine Williams leads West's spirited spectators to victory Final home game ot the tootball season finds proud 'fathers wearing numerals of their sons. - r fi ii L! 4: 3 4 vs I if we , ,. I Ti M Tv A or gs' X M9 , 1 v - . 44 if A P AQ Y 3 , 4 'B ' , ' i f ', ' '12 rug. N 1 ff 1' - A f 1 Q, r '- ffm' 46 ' I r " l V iiiiig if , I I 5 , W gf ' 5 f H Aw ,r F , 1 ,4 Af A l fm A A K -as 'GSL '?ai1s-E3 F: - . W L. 1 nm V NJ N ,IBA ' gi? A Q! u o , 'lsf ffal. Tk 7?-0 3 5 : 'rj , B , t 1 X 1'fl!TTrl,' 5, ' . Y NL , , ,j 3 IZ 5 ' i- M N A 'W' a""' "Q" 'M"W" if N X W W, .Ie , Pride in one's school increases through dedication and participation Part of Tonya Sfzeioves study time is devoted to L ' ,L Y L I ' V XAI r 'n ff' I6 -..I , r ' W Rhythmette Beverly Riner prepares make-up for dancer's role in senior play, Jezebel Doubling as Sania Claus on flue day before Clnrisfmas holidays, Dave Harfzell spreads good will io aH'en+ive sfudenf, Karen Reed. HU 91.5 7,5 ,, . -9 5 1 I o E , Z N. Wearing llie mascof-bead of llwe Dragon symbolic of The spiril al Fairmonr Wesr, senior Rick Jacobs sifs proudly in Easl Uni? lobby. Earning winning leffers for marching red shiris, members of Wesf's inrramural feam, "Lions," exlwibir greaf pride in being I965 champions. During iniervals in a iweniy-four hour day Fairmoni Wesl ciiizens busile aboui in diverse aciivilies. Seleciing beauiy queens, planning and enioying campus enieriainmeni, 'rhe resllessness of spring- ihese are aspecis of Wesi's STUDENT LIFE. This is +he human, lhe personal, and The warm aspeci. of a large and proud campus-siyle high school. Through ihe acliviiies in which he pariicipaies or a++ends, ihe siudeni broadens his personal horizons in ihai each new experience becomes a pari of him. From ihe firsi weelc +0 'ihai final wallc io receive his diploma. ihe siudenl learns, grows, and prepares himself for a loeirer life afier graduaiion. iiiblvgviigi, J- Q f W W 'V v 3, 3 .f W ff W GQ STUDENT LIFE - STUDENT LIFE - STUD , f Attentive audience anxiously awaits an- nouncement ot '65 Homecoming queen. Despite dismal weather, West's Homecoming tes- tivities are again an outstanding success. Alumni gather to relive memories ot one ot the highlights ot the football season. Excitement prevails over the crowd as Bob Viets. master ot ceremonies, crowns Linda Lennon the l965 Homecoming Queen. Victory over Wayne brings added enioyment. Climaxing evening entertainment is tlie student council dance wliicln everyone agrees is a wonder- ful Culminaffom +0 we njghys adivmes. Escort Woody Kietaber assists lovely queen candidate, Janet King, to her seat. Homecoming activities accent 1965 royalty Queen Linda Lennon and her court Barbara Knipp. Judy Stautzenloach, Janet King, Pam Little. and Sharon Moore retlect royal smiles as they reign over annual Homecoming testivities. RHYTHMETTES-FronT Row: Marcia MacCagno, Barbara Heller, Connie Ullmer. Ann Ross, Barbara Quick, Carol Millonig, MargaraTe Allen, Joli TreaT, Sue Charlene Ellis, Paula PeTTy, Debby SeiberT, Linda Royer. Row 2: Sue Saunders, DolTman, Officers: Mary Ann Balcer and Barbara Knipp. Enthusiasm, excellence, and clevofion mark -1 W C ff' RHYTHMETTE OFFICERS-Sfanding: Barbara Knipp, CadeT CapTain: CaThy Jo French, lsT LieuTenanT. SeaTecl: Mary Ann Baker, 2nd LieuTenanT: Sue Maeder. WarranT Officer. Smiling Taces, high sTruTTing, and HOW spiriT idenTiTy The TorTy-Three members of FairmonT WesT RhyThmeTTe Corps. ConsisTing oT nine sopho- mores, TwenTy iuniors, and TourTeen seniors, The corps, organized in 1949, is as much a FairmonT TradiTion as is "BaTTle Cry", The school TighT song. RhyThmeTTes presenT such crowd pleasing num- bers as "Pass Me By", "l'lello'Dolly", "Give My Regards To Broadway", "Can Can", and "Wouldn'T IT Be Loverlyf' RhyThmeTTes porTray a high degree of spiriT noT only on The TooTball Tield, buT aT pep rallies and in everyday sTudenT life in general. Dur- ing The season The corps originaTes new pep songs and cheers which become an inTegral parT oT The WesT cheering secTion. Opening The marching season. The corps perTorms aT The KeTTering Holiday aT Home parade and evening acTiviTies. EnTerTaining aT Three loaslceTball games and Two band concerTs The drill Team demon- sTraTes dancing and marching skills. Winning second prize aT The "Tipp CiTy Annual Mum l:esTival" high- lighTed The Band-RhyThmeTTes season. Many hours of pracTice and discipline resulT in excellenT per- formances and commendaTions Trom all who view The rouTines. FairmonT WesT praises The group ThaT goes by The name of The "Smiling RhyThies." Q 2 , , 3 A., RHYTHMETTES-Ffoni' ROW! Vicki Noian, Kdiiw SCi'WdVCiii Ciudv Sikesi Bev Hefzel, Befsy Bearfy, Chris Roof, Laurie Irvin. Officers: Cafhy Jo French, and FOSi'6V, Pdf Him9b5UQkWi Beiii Nfbiin BSN' Rifiefi Liudd He-iron. Row 22 JUdY Sue Maeder. Noi Picfured: Karen Amend, Belinda Burgess, Carol Harlow, Cindy Blame, Nancy Baifs, Debby Hwnpnreys, Debby Maxweii, Connie Young, Jenni Rawergl Pai' Rggerg, Rhyfhmeffes' 17th annual marching season Weeks of praciice combining exercise, srrengfb, poinfed foes, Hard work, and devofion fo ine corps resulf in uniform kick lines and excelienr naiifime exkiibifions. E 'Y MM 1 I rn Mr. David Finlcam's enThusiasm permeaTes Through The band, as does The band's spirii' Through The sTudenT body. Q., l SpiriT marlcs The i965 band season, noT only on The TooTball field during colorful halTTime shows, buT aT band pracTices and pep rallies, alilce. Under The able direcTion ol Mr. David Finlcam, and assisTanT direcTor Mr. Wesley l-laines, such en- TerTaining show Themes as "A 'l'ribuTe To NaT King r Cole," "Our American l-leriTage," "A Nighr aT The Opera," and "My Fair Lady" sTimulaTe The aTTenTive Tans. ForTeiTing The opporTuniTy To march due To The rain-soaked field, band members combined spiriT wiTh solid Tones To Turn The Homecoming TesTiviTies inTo a memorable evening Tor sTudenTs and alumni. PerTorming in The "l-loliday-aT-Home" celebraTion on Labor Day, iniTiaTes The band's season. CompeTing againsT seven oTher marching uniTs Trom WesTfCenTral Ohio, FairmonT WesT's band received second prize, aT The Annual Mum l:esTival in Tipp CiTy. l:airmonT WesT's band is To be commended Tor iTs spiriT and achievemenT. esT's marching band displays winning BAND-Fronl' Row: Linda ivielin, Karen Rifchie, Linda Bossi, Raymonde Nicely, Carol Telcher, Janice DorsTen. Row 2: Susan Temple, Elaine Garvic, Tom Eamoe. Rod er Baker Wes Bowman Dwi hi Davis Mar Jo Be le William Leib 9 - - 9 I Y 9 Y' ' scher. Row 3: Larry Holden, Rebecca Nicely, Donna ForTe, Pafricia Scaife, Richard WiTTeborT, Fred l-larT, David Weaver, Ronald Canham. Row 4: STeven ATkin, Joy Federle, MarTha l'larT, John lreland, William Koller, Joseph Wood- ward, John Zechar, Jim Bowden. Row 5: Michael l-TaThaway, Ronald SToerlcer, William Diclce, William Banks. John T-lorTon, KenneTh Lislon, STeuarT Adam, STeven Nelson. I sw. Maiorette, Diane Fugett, and Drum Maior, Gregg Coulles, combine twirling and strutting as they lead the band. Mr. David Finlcam and Mr. Wesley Haines chart another ingenious and imaginative marching drill tormation. spirit in original halftime presentations BAND-Front Row: Dennis Herron, Carol James, Barbara Andres, Kathy Schmidt, Carmen Olszewslci, Nancy Music, Claudia Monnet. Row 2: John Foulce, Dennis l-licks, Janet Kempter, Linda Marshall, Linda Leatherman, Janet Ward, Robert D'Aurora, Randy Reagan. Row 3: Paul Smith, Richard Hippie, Dwight Compton, Mark Jolly, John Sartin, Connie Reasor, Douglas Kolp, Donna Taylor. Row 4: Philip Runyan, Darrell Finken, Craig l-lottimes, Jon Ely, Lawrence Anderson, Nancy McAllister, Randy Cowdin, Laurie Connell. Row 5: Michael James, Ted Williams, William Medly, Douglas Leonard, Danny Duell, Edward Rich, Allan Shinn, Charles Hutter. Not Pictured: Barbar Rheuble, David Stevens, Jim Crouch, Daniel Shatzer. 4TH PERIOD CHORUS-Front Row: Vicki Dooley, Barb Essenpreis, Belinda Henderson, Becky Nicely, Chris MacCaqno, Linda Booze, Diane Carter, Cheryl Cron, Nancy Morris, Ann Parker. Row 2: Linda Synder, Janet Brandt, Becky Leeson, Kathy Day, Bonnie Morris, Sharon Robbins, Kitty Davis, Pam Rogero, Linda Travis, Karen Shaneck. Row 3: Charla Graham, Ronnie Moore, Nancy Nolte, Dana Meade, Brenda Collins, Patty McSherry, Michelle Norris, Larry Ritchie, Larry Barker, Ken Tanner. Row 4: Doug Alexander, Brad Wainwright, Danny Copeland, Steve t-lawn, Kenny Kreitzer, Mark Jones, Con Stamas, Bryan McAdow, Lee Pryor,,Steve Smith. Fairmont Wests superior choruses perfect 5TH PERIOD CHORUS-Front Row: Rae Smith, Laurel Cooley, Kitty Herring. Barb Linton, Karen Bursch, Phyllis Brown, Jane Apple, Vickie Nolan, Charlene Ellis, Sallye Wetler, Stevie Adams. Row 2: Mary Lynne Lovingood, Toni Naso, Jo Anne lngersoll, Janet Kesling, Sharon Hanauer, Penny Puls, Nanetta Meade, Debbie Vandergritt, Chris Machle, Betsy Beatty, Marsha Richardson. Row 3: Sue Butcke, Tish Moeller, Delilah Alsept, Claudine Dunn, Barbie Shaetter, Andy Perkins, Mary Jo Lindquist, Lin Morris. Row 4: Sandy Reed, Pam Morris, Jeannie Cain, Gail Michaels, Monica Firth, Kathy McCluskey, Gail Rix, Judy Blome, Pamela Hamilton, Joanne Hartrantt, Sharon Walker, Patty Kirk, Penny Adams. as... t ,n.........lS..,n1n-Q... 4TH PERIOD CHORUS-Fronl Row: Anifa Youngman, Joanne Ferrigno, Lynne Davis, Sandy STimmel, Raymonde Nicely, Linda Meyer, BeTh Nolan, Jaine Williams, June Real, Vickie ReiTz, Row 2: Cindy Bradlord, Jane STewarT, Candy Gray, Susie Ball, Jan Schmalenberger, Sue Wogaman, Barb Thomas, KaThy Hibbs, Marcia MacCagno, Peggy Brodrick. Row 3: Tim Nash, Palfy Deck, Linda Kem- l T .. .,,, ,el , I , or , , Q , mer Chrys OaTes, Donna CoTTey Sue DolTman Becky DoggeTT Nancie Fisher Sharon Thunn, Becky Dobbins, Dave Kissell, Laiurie lrvin, Barbilinipp. Row 4i John Bacon, Jim Colley, Allen Sparks, John Logan. Dennis Kyle, Glen Kershner, Bill Nelson, Mike Sauer, Don l-lockeTT, Karen Kalblleisch, Chris Rool. presentation of professional erformonces FairmonT WesT's Two choruses represenT some oT The mosT enThusiasTic and inTeresTed sTuden+s in The school. Appearing aT The P.T.A. sponsored "Open l-louse" inTroduced The season Tor The school's choirs. Mixed choir members wearing The schools Tradilrional purple robes held The parenTs in awe as They lisTened To The accomplishmenTs OT Two monThs' work. WesT's girls' chorus wearing weskiTs of purple over whiTe skirTs proved To have a harmony unsurpassed by oTher years. AddiTional guesT performance was given a+ The annual ChrisTmas program when The chorus com- bined wiTh The school orchesTra To perTorm The main work of "Song oT ChrisTmas." Singing Tor The mem- bers oT The A.B.C. Club aT The Van Cleve l-loTel provided anoTher opporTuniTy Tor The sTudenTs To beneTiT Trom Their knowledge of music by boTh be- ing able To enioy Their own singing as well as being enjoyed by Their audience. Climax oT The year's acTiviTies was The presenTa- Tion OT The Broadway musical, "Damn Yankees" To a Tour-nighT capaciTy audience. RaTing "Superior" in The sTaTe compeTiTion in l965, WesT's singing groups under The direcTion of Mr. Gene Seeberger will conTinue To inspire and To be a challenge To Those inTeresTed in vocal music. 3, 'I Lg: Mr. Gene Seeberger sTrikes a harmonizing chord Tor 4th and 5Th period chorus classes. SYMPHONIC BAND-Flutes: Randy Reagan, Kahty Schmidt, Karen Ritchie, Linda Melin, Linda Leatherman, Linda Bossi, Janet Ward, Carol Telcher, Barbara Andres, Carmen Olszewslci. Oboes: Nancy Music, Barb Bartley. Bb Clarinets: Laurie Connell, Mary Jo Begley, Ted Williams, Greg Coulles, Wes Bowman, Barb l-leller, Stewart Adam, Doug Kolp, Dwight Davis, Donna Forte, John Sartin, Mike James, Janet Kempter, Pat Scaite, Dennis Hicks, Linda Marshall, Bob D'Aurora, Claudia Monnett, Elaine Garvic. Alto Clarinets: Donna Taylor, Barbara Rheuble, Rodger Balmer. Bass Clarinets: Susan Temple, Janet l-lill. Contra-Alto Clarinet: Larry R. l-lolden. Contra-Bass Clarinet: John Fouke. Bassoons: Raymonde Nicely, Becky Nicely, Diane Fugett, Karin Amand. Alto Saxophones: Janice Dorsten, Linda l-lolderman, Tenor Saxophone: Douglas Leonard. Baritone Saxophone: Nancy McAllister. French Horns: Dennis Herron, Larry Anderson, Pat l-limebaugh, Carol James, Mike Hathaway, Joy Federle. Cornets: Ron Canham, Diclc Wittebort, Marlc Jolly, Fred l-lart, Paul Smith, Steve Stringham. Dave Weaver. Will Liebscher. Symphonic Band concerts denote heights Mr. Wesley Haines directs as all his ettorts are concentrated toward achieving a highly successtul pertormance. Consisting ot a tull-tamily ot woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments, the Fairmont West Sym- phonic Band plays selections ranging trom classical to contemporary worlcs. Highlighting the musical season is the winter con- cert given in February. Featuring guest artist, Don- ald Sinta, an internationally lcnown saxophone virtuoso, the band pertormed such audience-winning numbers as "Concertino tor Alto Saxophone" by Benson, "Adagio and Samba" by Whitney, and "West Side Story" by Bernstein. West's ninety-two members ot the band partici- pate in district and state contests as well as malcing guest appearances. Annually, band members submit original compositions in competition tor a scholarship ot up to two hundred dollars which is donated by the parents. Under the competent direction ot Mr. Wesley Haines and his assistant, Mr. David Finlcam, the Symphonic Band pertorms to heights ot excellence in all ot its endeavors. l Trumpefsz Dwighl Cornplon, Rick Hippie, Trombones: Bud Banks, Dan Schalzer, Ed Rish, Dan Duell, Alan Shinn, Chuck l-luiler, Bill Dicke, Ron Sloerker, Dena Mason. Barifonesz Sieve Alkin, Marly Hari, Buz Brush John lreland, Tom Eamoe, Ken Lislon. Basses: Sieve Nelson, John l-lorfon, Bill Meclley, Dave Slevens. Timpani: John Ely. Key Board Percussion: Darrell Finken. Percussion: Craig l-lofihines, Bill Koller, Jim Bowden, Jim Crouch. Phil Runyan, John Zechar, Joe Woodard. of music excellence Praclice and concenlralion are lhe keynoles 'lo perlieclion for Symphonic Band. Warm-up is a leelious lask lor drumrner, John Ely, as he lunes a sensiiive limpani wilh a discerning ear. 3 2 Guesf ariisi' for Ihe winfer conceri, accomplished musician Nancie Fisher, displays her hard worked for and fines? pianisf abiliiies. Mr. Donald Delrick, The orches'rra's direcior, combines years oi ex perience wilh ialenied musicians for an excelleni performance. Combined eiioris oi each sociion member helps io deyelop ihe fine lone qualiiy achieyed by ihe orchesira. Performances provide opportunities for FIRST VIOLINS: John MacBain, Jim Uizinger, Margarei' Allen, Carol Siraus- baugh, Michele Norris, Jane Siephens, Gail Hawk, Sue Howard, Mariha Apple, Jaci Jones, SECOND VIOLINS: Frances Seidel, Sally Andres, Anne Kinne, Mark Meuser, Jill Bloomer, Nancy Wilkens, Camille Franklin, Kaihy Sauer, Pai Wrighi, Pamela Smifh, Mary Buchanan, Judy Kraft Pam CoHer, Dianna Edwards. VIOLAS: Ken Clark, Greg Loose, David Kepler, Tom Bollenknacher, CELLOS: Linda I'-licks, Valerie Brown. PIANO: Nancy Fisher, Sieve Schmidt FLUTE: Randy Reagen, Linda Melin. OBOE: Nancy Music, Barbara Bariley. CLARINET: Laurie Conneii, Mary Jo Begly. BASSOON: Raymond Nicely, Diane Fuqeir. PERCUSSION: Jim Bowden, Craig Holhnes, Darell Finken, TYMPANI: Jon Ely. BASS: Gerry Clark, ParTicipaTion in The FairmonT WesT l-ligh School OrchesTra aids in developing a wide varieTy oT ap- preciaTion oT classical, semi-classical, musical comedy selecTions, and music oT currenT Times. STrengThening The social consciousness is The responsibiliTy oT iTs members, as well as providing an opporTuniTy To enioy Themselves Through music. WesT's OrchesTra perTorms aT school, civic and similar communiTy evenTs. lT parTicipaTes in conTesTs sTriving To aTTain a high degree oT personal and group accomplishmenT. MosT imporTanT evenT oT The year is The orchesTra's parTicipaTion in The STaTe OrchesTra ConTesT held every spring in Columbus. FairmonT WesT's OrchesTra achieves excellenT raTings in These conTesTs. Playing Tor The annual opereTTa, class plays, and presenTing Two yearly Tormal con- cerTs adds To The orchesTra's many varied acTiviTies Tor iTs members. GuesT arTisT Tor The orchesTra during iTs winTer concerT, was Miss Nancie Fisher, a senior aT Fair- monT WesT and an accomplished musician. ATTer sending in applicaTion Tor Regional Orches- Tra, a qualified and TalenTed sTudenT may be eligible Tor The All-STaTe OrchesTra. Five oT The 59 TalenTed members oT The orchesTra acTively engaged in The All-STaTe OrchesTra are: John MacBain, Jim UT- zinger, Ken Clarlc, Randy Reagan, and Dennis Herron. Under The exceIlenT direcTion oT Mr. Donald DeTriclc, judges acclaim WesT's orchesTra a "superior" one. exceptional talent Daniel Boen, Jane Biddle, STeve Nelson. HARP: MarTha Apple. CONTRA-BASS CLARINET: John Fouke. HORN: Dennis Herron Carol James, PaT Himebaugh, Joe Federle. TRUMPET: Ron Canham, Dick WiTTeborT, Mark Jolley. TROMBONE: Bud Banlcs, Dan Duell, Bill Dicke. TUBA: STeve Nelson. STeve Nelson, Pam CoTTer, and Jane Biddle show inTense concenTraTion as They per- Torm in one of The many Tine concerTs presenTed by The FairmonT WesT orchesTra Moving drama, Jezebel, splendidly porirayed by Miss Leah Funclcs version of Jrhe Biblical slrory, was a Jrypically oursianding Fairmoni Wesi produciion. Through a Senior class presenialion, combined ef- foris of Jrhe orchesrra, srage crew, lhe slrudenl or- ganizers, and Wesr's line speech deparlmeni made Jrhe play a credil lo ihe enrire siudeni body. Double casi as Jezebel, bruneiie Jan Schuerholz and blonde Charla Graham used Ahab, porrrayed by Doug l-linlcley, ro gain Jrhe lille of queen. Prophei Eliiah, played by Marlin l-lolsinger, became The ob- iecr of Ahab's wraih. Tweniy-eighl priesresses added varieiy and color. Cerrainly, all people involved should be com- mended for rhe overwhelming success of Jezebel. l-lowever, special commendaiion mus'r go +0 Miss Leah Funclq, who did such a line iob wriiing and di- reciing The play. Jezebel's prieslesses lKaren Amand, Sandy Gfrice, Terry l-lively, Karen Rilchie, Nancy Wilkens, Nancy Urban, and Belh Nolanl escort Prince Erhbal lDouglas Monschkel. V . sl 1. ZX. K -K 3 311 ,, -xv Q, ,t.k- . Q fb H W E p I gli 3 if Discussing ihe subiecl' of Jehu, Abigail iC-andis Grayl and Miriam lKaihy Sionel find much io iallc aboul. Senior play, "Jezebel," Ahab lDouglas Hinlcleyl and Obidiah lThomas Slorkl prepare fo deparf lheir much loved couniry, as Miriam lDiane Dolfmanl daughfer of Naboih looks on. . O generates Interest In Nabotlm lSleye Nelsonl slnuns The lnurling reel and maria c o ne angry 1 E E 2 2 2 E Z Z E l ' ,aaalmm favwaup.,...-A-.i.....a ..,,..,. ,,.-,,..1f - Biblical mob. ' Q I . all M Q V ' ' I 1-N., , At llie tlwrone, King Jelwosopliat lllicliard Witfmanl lslibal llliornas Brewerl, Jezebel lJan Scl1uerl'1olzl,Jeliu lBill Nelsonl, and Ahab lDouq l-linlcleyl admire the queens royal appearance and queenly ambitions. culture at West Biblical prophet Eliialw, portrayed by Marlin l-lolsinger. culminates llie play willn a pleading cry to God lor rains lo come lo the land of Jezreel Aided by Lee McDaniel: Ken Tanner: Glen Kerslwnerq Dave Kissellg and Visualizing his name in flue Hall of Fame convinces Joe Boyd, Bill Lamme, 'io Tim Naslwg Gloria Tliorpe, Bellw Nolan, makes "Sl1oeless Jae" famonc ioin 'Forces wifln Mr. Applegaie and bring viciories To flue Senafors. . O Dev: ls, diamonds, Lola fries lo Temp? Joe Hardy, Don l-loclcell, info making a dafe. O O dug-outs famlllar wordsp Sfriving for success are direclors Raymonde Nicely, Donna Coffey, and Barb Knipp. Co-operalion ol lhe line chorus and orcheslra broughl Broadway lo Fairmonl Wesl Jrhrough pro- duclion ol "Damn Yankees." Based on lhe boolc, The Year 'rhe Yankees Losf +he Pennanf, The smashing musical comedy proved a success. Joe and lvleg Boyd live a guiel life six monlhs oul of lhe year: Jrhe remaining six monlhs Joe devoles every minule To supporling his favorile leam, The Washinglon Senalors, who conslanlly lose. ln desperalion Joe decides he would sell his soul for one long-loall hiller. Dislinguished lvlr. Applegale arrives suddenly lo accepl Jrhis offer. Transforming Joe info Joe Hardy, a lerrilic young prolege, Mr. Applegale proceeds lo gel him on lhe Senalors leam. Joe insisls upon an "escape clause" which would permil him lo relurn To his former sell al midnighl on Seplember 24. Ploiling lheir plays for lhe new scheme are Mr. Applegale, Bill Nelson, and his able associale, Lola, Anile Youngman. as "Damn Yankees" echoes through West .. gi . Q 2 I Singing baseball players pledge Themselves To TorgeT everyThing excepT"The Game." Transforming glen Kerslqner are Barb Essenpregs and Kafhy Day, Spring Musical Meg Boyd, Candy Gray, sings while unaTTenTive husband, Joe, waTches The game. Realizing Their opporTuniTy To win The pennanT has arrived, Mr. Welch, The Team owner: Van Buren, The manager: and all ball-players welcome The young hero. Mr. ApplegaTe's problems remain unsolved be- cause Gloria Thorpe, reporTer, accuses Joe oT being ShiTTy McCoy, who Toolc a bribe in The Mexican Leaguef Joe becomes increasingly resTless and yearns To reTurn To his wiTe. ATTempTing To seTTle This problem, Mr. ApplegaTe sends Tor Lola, a i72- year-old wiTch, recenTly Turned inTo a young TempTress. Climaxing in a courT-room scene on The 24Th, Meg and her Triends TesTiTy ThaT Joe is noT ShiTTy McCoy. MiclnighT passes and Joe belongs To Mr. ApplegaTe. WiTh a lighTning caTch The Tollowing day, WashingTon wins The pennanT iusT as Mr. ApplegaTe TransTorms Joe inTo his Tormer selT. Joe Boyd reTurns To Meg who warmly welcomes him. Under The excellenT direcTion oT Mr. Gene See- berger, Mr. Don DeTriclc, Mr. Leland l-lall and sTu- denTs, Donna CoTTey, Barb Knipp and Raymoncle Nicely, The musical was Truly a sensaTion. ares P" Congralulallons go lo ilne enllre cas? lor rnany fine performances gains ovafions of four enthusiastic audiences Conslanlly worrying Mr. Applegale, Gloria ailernpis fo gel lnlrrz lo divulge 'flue True ldeniiiy and siory of fhe baseball player. Joe Hardy. Meg, Brenda Collins, enieriains iwo of her lriends, Doris, Marcia Maccagno: and Sisier, Sandy Reed as iliey discuss plans for The lesiimonials for Joe. -Fifqij 1' iz , ggjb4g?j?1iI: ,L S, fs-cg. 4 955' r ff f 559-,'f5SE Eisa Doug Keisier, Joe Dei-laven, Les Ferguson. and Mary Ann Kowaski enioy a MUSIC by Hwe Columbians complefres ideal evening for many couples. refreshing glass of punch during infermission af rhe Senior Dance. Senior dance, "December Dream," heralds Pe-ddiers Five enferfain siudenis wiih group sing-a-long. holiday season Lilling music ifurnislwed by llie Columbians pro- vided llie final exguisile loucli Jro 'December Dream." Playing a combined slyle of music, ine band appealed To all lliose aliending ine dance. En- gulied in a world of snowilalces, linsel, and briglwl Clirislmas Tree, bard-worlcing commillees lrans- iormed llie gym inio a ianlaslic lairyland. ln lqeeping wilii line lradilional spiril, couples brouglil gifls lo briglwlen Clririslmas lor Daylon's under-privileged children. Enrerlainmenl from Jrlie Peddler's Five offered opporiunilies for a varieiy ol music and even a cliance lo sing-a-long. Fine performances oi popular iollcsongs raled slrong approval, During ine inlermission, puncli and coolries proe vided a refresliing inlerlude for l5O couples. Uslwering in ine lwoliday season, enllwusiasm and excilemenl reigned lo acliieve a feslive almospliere. Sponsored by Fairmonlr Wesl's Senior Class, Jrhe dance vividly remains a memory, a "December Dream." Dressed in llieir besl Clwrislmas allire, many sludenls will long remember ine Senior Dance as one of fne mos? memorable ovenfs o' me scbool year. nr' i l ,J ,,,,,,.-f-w-y"'w Senior, Greg Snyder finds visifing wiln llie cliaperones becomes an enioyable experience l I 313 si 4' Music provided by "The C-olumbiansf' agreed with tastes ot all present. Illuminating the gray winter night with fun, Excellent music generated spirited atmosphere ot fellowship and laughter. Willi llie iirsl real snovvlail ol ine year came 'June ln January given by foe Gris Allwlelic Associalion. f'-Xfoenoanoe lo +ne sem'-lormaf dance was limiled fo GAA members only and lneir dales. Diligenl' worlq and muclw lime were expended by Jrlwe girls lo creale ine almosplwere ol a lazy summer evening. Above flowers, lrees, bullerllies, and a wisning well, liung fwo enormous crepe paper lwoney- bees. Providing a diversion for llwe evenings inlermission was a guarlel oi Weslls vocalisls, Bill Lamme, Bill Nelson, Glen Kersliner, and Sieve Smilli. llweir se- leclion ol deliglifiul lunes conlribuled muclfi lo lhe niglil ol encnanlmenl. Accenling ine lale January ball willw a marvelous variely ol popular songs were Hllwe Columbiansf' Ex- cellenl music, beaulilul decoralions, and semi-formal dress allribuled lo one of llwe rnosl' oulslanding evenls ol Wesl's social season. l-luge bumblebees, suspended from slrearnered ceiling, view llwe wlwirling dancers. "June in January" enchanis GAA members -dug Reireslwmenls, homemade cookies and puncli provide a welcome brealc For weary couples LAB ASSISTANTS-Front Row: Becky Doggett, Jim McKee, Heather lvleuche, Jane Wiesmann, Kathy Weimer, Debbie Ryder, Marcia Rickard, Dee Hudson, Mariha Apple, Tim Goodnouqh. Row 2: Linda Hedclen, Frank Boston, Delayne lvlalstrom, Phyllis Price, Kay Kisling, Ann Parker, Karen Amand, Doug Eshleman, John Walker. Row 3: Steve Miller, Jeff Schuerholz, Pat Flavin. George Shierling, Tom Madliger, Jim Lynn, Bill Koller, Max Wenzler, Bob Williams, Greg Alred. Hours of competent service evince West STAGE CREW-Sieve Walters, Larry Cohen, Dan Clark, Steve Ford, Jim Spahr, Mr. Leland Hall, Ken Stepp, Ken Crist, John Zechar, Keith Johnson, Jim McKee. ,:,, X we S 3 . s J I ,Jin i 5 f S l l. T ll Q TEACHERS' STUDENT SECRETARIES-FronT Row: Karen FiTz- waTer, Linda Kemmor, Sue Wogaman, PaT Deck, Nancy PorTer, Barb Rheuble, Brenda Collins, Milede AlbrighT, Nancy Merri- man. Row 2: Linda Anders, Darlene Fraley, Lynda Lysell, Karen Bursch, Linda Travis, PaT l-limebaugh, Cindy WhiTTles, RuTh students' desire To give Sue Temple and Sandy KlaTT precisely connecT callers To The correcT room. Thomas, Jaine Williams, Mary Payne. Row 3: Sandy BloomTield, CynThia Bryer, Glenda Williams, Connie Young, Wanda Sparks, Sue Heinrich, Sandy Grice, JaneT Moore, Marsha DeeTer, Sandy KlaTT. Giving is beTTer Than receiving, and sTudenTs gain This saTisTacTion by working To help make "WesT The besT." They serve in cooperaTion wiTh Teachers To geT Things done guickly and eTTicienTly. Lab assisTanTs help science Teachers in seTTing up The day's apparaTus so ThaT each pair oT sTudenTs may have iTs eguipmenT ready To begin The experi- menT. STudenT secreTaries and oTTice secreTaries obTain experience in The secreTarial Tielcl while helping Teachers and oTTice secreTaries wiTh Their daily Tasks. STage crew members insure ThaT everyThing runs smooThly aT class producTions. By helping Their Teachers, WesT's assisTanTs im- prove baTh The sTudenT-Teacher relaTionship and Their school. STUDENT OFFICE ASSISTANTS-From' Row: PaTricia Ballard, Sue Temple, Lucy Balonier, Row 33 Nancy McCabe' Dgpna Coffey' Pam Qlarkl Nancy En. Linda PeTry, Kim PerciTield, Donna Taylor, Nancy BrumTiel. Row 2: Corol Har- wrighT, Sue Downing, Judy KrapT, Milede AlbrighT, low, Barb Heller, Donna Dunnick, Nancy Music, Tonya Sizelove, l.aDonna Karns, Q-5 4. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Froni' Row: Susie Ball, Linda Booze, Melissa Perry, Rogero, Margie Cole, Sarah PlaTT. Row 3: Kris MacCagno, Leslie Sweezy, Gaye Johnson, Jo Ann lngersoll, BeTTy l-lerving, Chrys STaThes, Bill CaTTon, Mar- Linda Anders, Darlene SmiTh, Jill Bloomer, Rebecca Tyler, Carolyn Wheeler, lowe Mill, MarTin Cohen. Row 2: Connie Reasor, Kay Jones, Roger Johnson, Roy Logwood, Dale l'lamilTon, Greg Williams, Ron Baker, Ron Bowman, Andy Ann STorrs, Barbara lams, Valerie Browne, Kay Kisling, Karen ValiqueTTe, PaT Nicoll, Don STrasser. Co-operation and exertion-keys to success AUDIO-VISUAL WORKERS-Mr. Wylie Graham, Hardin Collins, RuTh Thomas, Rick SmiTh, John Corban. Service aT WesT is on a volunTary basis. When The adminisTraTion reguesTs workers, sTudenTs respond by giving up Their valuable Time To help operaTe The special TaciliTies oT The school. Library assisTanTs make possible TasT wiThdrawal oT books and assisTance aT any Time. They also relieve regular librarians oT These small responsibili- Ties so They may concenTraTe on providing The besT possible availabiliTy and arrangemenT oT books. Audio-visual workers consTanTly supply rooms wiTh proiecTors, Tape recorders, and record players so They may have The advanTage oT This special equip- menT in bringing modern concepTs To The classrooms. Work oT The hall moniTors involves many diTTerenT iobs. Each disTribuTes library passes aT The beginning oT The period and redisTribuTes Them aTTer sTudenTs Turn Them in aT The library: he runs errands Tor office secreTaries and Teachers: he keeps halls Tree oT un- auThorized sTudenTs. Book sTore workers provide sTudenTs wiTh The many maTerials needed Tor a varied program such as ThaT which is oTTered To all oT Those who aTTend WesT. VolunTary workers provide sTudenTs wiTh all OT These privileges which would be unavailable or limiTed wiThouT Them. CerTiTicaTes which They are given are small rewards Tor Their sacriTices. 'IS 'Q-.Q ffxx J'-7f1'r11 0 ilzvsthz 5 L 1 is Xtho WM! N 5 X 01 3 X I high, 5 ,...,,.,. --Q! in ii i 1. A c - ff ,. .. ,M V i . 5 ,sw 2' BOOKSTORE WORKERS-Penny Puls, Larry Hoiden, Dave Ganiz, Linda Lennon, Jan Maddox, Jane Appie, Barb Linion, of voluntary system HALL MONITORS-Fronf Row: Nancy Porrer, Mary Green, Bonnie Eiiori, Ka'H'1y Dixon, Joanne Profifr, Ann Ross, Connie Thompson, Linda Howe. Row 2: Rick Bruiwn, Nancy Nolie, Cnroi Wyaii, Biii Leacin, Jim Gariiiz, Brad Wainwrigbi, Bryan Mcfbxdow, Ninn Groadsrock, Dave Stickei, Jirn McKee, Barb Gea'?y, Mary fb Using Time wiseiy is irnporfanr agrees Brad Wainwrigini as be finishes rnafb probierns during bis nour as baii moniior. Jo Lindguisf, Row 3: Burr Siorrs, Doug Taspe, Kenny Krcifzer, Bob Viefs, Chris Kernan, Sfeve Corneiius, Les Ferguson, Mike O'Rourke, Larry Crouch, Jack Cook, Dave Disaivo. JCOWA Flag Commiffee elevafes spirif of acfivifies for U.N. Week by making colorful flags fo brighfen halls. Bonfires, plays, dances, part of year af Dave Harfzell demonsfrafes his Chrisfmas spirif by giving Karen Reed a candy cane affer faking nofe of her desired giffs. Sfudenfs af Fairmonf Wesf enjoy a wide variefy of inferesfing and enlighfening acfivifies. Providing many of fhese diversions are fhe classes fhemselves. Each class sponsors an annual dance and fhe iunior and senior classes each produce a play. Many acfivifies are under fhe direcfion of fhe Junior Council on World Affairs. Among ifs more oufsfanding funcfions are a hoofenanny and publicify for Unifed Nafions Weelq. Bonfires during fhe foofball season raise spirif fo a fever pifch, while Chrisfmas fesfivifies are high- lighfed by a visif from Sanfa. Milce Ganfz, Bob Viefs, and Joe Del-laven prepare bonfire for one of fhe spirifed rallies offen held before imporfanf games. fr fi .f-4""'Y r xr ' r -ff , 3. , -7 Y -- Bonnie Eiforf and Carol James assure Tim Roach fha? his make-up will be perfeci' for role in Junior Class Play. Fairmont West Wesionians Monica Firih, Paily McSl1erry, Jan Andrews, and Valerie Browne sing as one of llie many lalenfed groups pariiciparing in llwe annual JCOWA l-looienanny io raise 'funds for useful prolecis. Senior couple, Bob Vieis and Jaine Williams enjoy equal balance of slow and las? music wliiclw was provided for everyone alfending Hue Senior Dance. 1. L Keffering Youflu Acfion Council provides feen- agers wiflu an opporfunify fo become aware of flue funcfions of our local governmenf. The dufies of KYAC are fo encourage ofluer feenagers fo become inferesfed in communify affairs. Tlueir currenf proi- ecf is esfablisluing an employmenf bureau for feen- agers. Officers include Bill Lamme, Moderafor and Beflw Nolan, Secrefary. Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf impresses upon feenagers fo obey fraffic laws. Teenagers receive flue opporfunify fo affend fluis fraffic courf on flueir firsf minor offense. Members of flue courf serve as iurors, judge, and bailiff. Bill Lamme serves as di- recfor of flue Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf. Youflu Forum is sponsored by flue Dayfon Daily News and flue Dayforu Junior League. Members of flue Forum fravel from scluool fo scluool fo discuss various currenf problems. Bill Lamme is Fairmonf Wesf's represenfafive fo flue Youflu Forum. Fairmonf Wesf's KYAC members, Beflu Nolan, Bill Lamme, and Janef Binning discuss solufions fo civic problems wiflw Kefferirug Municipal Courf Judge, Mr. Jaclc Berger. Students at West active in civic government Regular Youflu Forum member and occasional moderafor, Melvin lBilll Lamme, direcfs quesfions concerning cerusorsluip fo panelisfs Dick Wiffman. Judy Sfaufzenbaclu, Ann Baclu. Judge Berger explains fraffic sifuafion fo Beflu Nolan, Janef Binning, Barb Palmer, Bill Lamme, Jeff Grofluian, Bill Wluife- sell, Glen Kersluner during session of courf. WesT's CulTure Fair uniquely displaying our Amer- ican he-riTage is The Tremendous brainchild oT Mr. Hugh Brown, an East UniT Social STudies Teacher. Through such exhibiTs as: Music: Food, CloThing and Home Decor: ArT and LiTeraTure: and WarTare: Mr. Brown's TirsT period sociology class creaTed an excellenT and enjoyable porTrayal oT our culTural developmenT. Many oT WesT's curious-minded sTudenTs aTTendecl The CulTure Fair and discovered six brighT and edu- caTional displays. IT is hoped ThaT The CulTure Fair will be con- Tinued as a Tool of learning To help WesT sTudenTs beTTer appreciate Their American heriTage. 1, PoinTin ouT The various foods oT parTicular counTries oT The world The Tood display Displaying a mannequm in a paper dress of The TuTure The 9 was one oT The more ouTsTanding learning devices oT The CulTure Farr clothing exhibif drew much affenflon af fhe Culfu,-e Falr Culture Fair exhibits our American heritage One of The more colorful exhibiTs of The CulTure Fair was The Music display which showed The diTTerenT levels oT developrnenT oT music in various counTries ThoughouT The world Wlwal would Fairmonl Wesl be wlll1oulSPORTS? Each year sludenls look Forward, wlllw enllwusiasm, lo llne llwrills ol llwe Coming SPORTS aclivilles. From llwe early fall, wlwen lwearls and minds are lurned foward llle grldlron, To 'flue ever exclllng baslcelball season, llwe loyalfy of Wes+'s sludenl body is fell by Els "purple" elfecl domlnallnq all SPORTS aclivilles. Conslanl sclwool spiril preyallinq al Fairmonl Wesl is llwe ionic needed lo malce eacln Fairmonl Wes? Team one of The beslr in llwe Wesfern Olwio League. x -in u ' 'ww-cg 5 54. Elisa' 0-.PQ .1 1 N . 1 4 ' V :"?:1"1r', . X s' s 1 vc 'V A ,-.1 ' Y A v . ev Fug 'F V 'im K ' y x x -Q W ' . Y W 9 W W N V f yn ,,,T. x I jug' 'Z 15- XIX X J . . ' 1 x- i ff' K I f"123fE'J3.. xx ,ff ur' RH Z' , - ww f "9 ff' - - Tri 'A vin' ig' f .M l Leah me-' wa- 'G " A W Q I A! vlrhh .VM ' ' W 'wg--sawn L W h 4 AE' gf' ig- Q ' .2!'2W'u""" 'W N '- is. X3 ""'5""N 'M fl V xl M. V Y Y, ,A 'A if W- V ' yy ' yi ,. l,,3,,:, f 1' 'L R if -M Q, .gg ,- M . "A ., Y Q ,N nik 'W' 'UQ ,A '3' . .4E.'?f,j 3 if C Q A Fug-1' 52, ? , -X' Y f A E A f " b X - '1 A M ' an Q- n " '15 4' - V N' 'N 1" ' ' ' "" " 1 ' 1 f A J 6 ' 1-I k 1 V m X EQ Qi u r .M Q 'Y t A-v Q ' if f .A 5 V ,, 1, x . p A 3 , 5 V if a + 7 I ' .w-54 3 ' V 43" wifi? ,' , It sig ' I "gf s i a. ,Q - .ryan ,sf 1 - X , WJ cross-counfry feam fo ar:oH'1ervic+ory,resuHirtg in a second place sfandmg in Uwe dis+ric'r and Wesfern Ohio League. Record FAIRMONT WEST OPPONENT I2 IvIicIcIIeIown 47 0 Springfield Souih 22 I6 Chaminade 28 34 Xenia O 2 I Beavercreek 8 2I Sfebbins I 8 26 Wayne I2 27 Fairmonf Easf 7 6 Springfield Norfh 27 7 Fairborn I2 I E Co-capiain, Tom Madiiger, leads eager Dragons onI'o field before Iradifionai game wiih arch-rival, Chaminade. Dynamic Dragons end with 5-5 recordp Pai' Combs siops elusive Xenia ballcarrier Losing The TirsT Three games Tailed To depress The dynamic Dragon spiriT. Each oT These opponenTs had previously appeared in The lisTing oT The "Top Ten" TooTball powers in The sTaTe. WesT appeared To gain momenTum wiTh The opening OT The WesTern Ohio League season by deTeaTing Xenia 34-O. Then Things began To click: The key To WesT's success being The iolTing oTTen- sive play coupled wiTh The bruising defense. Experienced veTerans in virTually every posiTion proved To be boTh inspiraTional and challenging To Coach RoberT l-lildreTh. Following The Xenia vicTory, The Dragon spiriT conTinued To soar by winning Tive consecuTive WesTern Ohio League games. WesT's gridders con- Tinued To improve in spiriT and abiliTy, coming Trom behind in virTually every game. STaTisTics conTirm WesT's poTenTial by iTs gaining a ToTal oT I34 TirsT clowns in conTrasT To The oppo- nenTs' I291 WesT's neT yards gained ToTaled 2338 as compared To 2060 by oTher Teams. ATTer being upseT by SpringTield NorTh 27-6, The Dragons Taced a show-down siTuaTion Tor The WOL championship againsT a sTrong Fairborn squad. AlThough WesT played The besT game OT iTs SSGSOU. The Team was edged by Fairborn I2-7: and Thus Tor The second year in a row Taking second place in The WesTern Ohio League play. Discussing game sTraTegy, enThusiasm of coach RoberT l-lildreTh inspires senior quarTerback, John ArmbrusTer. place second in Western Ohio League FronT Row: Ron Zaremski, Les Murray, MaiT Place, Jeff Kernan, Dave Miller, Marc Shoemacher, Joe Fiedler, Tom Madliger, Tom Auerhammer, Doug Schaeublin, Bill Wilson, Bob ReinerT, Jim Lynn, Don Harlow, Mike Coleman. Row 2: Tad Claypool, Dave MalTby, Jim Garliiz, Phil Baker, John Lowder, Ron BarreTT, Tom Kohl, Ken Downey, Don Howard, Frank BosTon, John Blake- man, Don HockeTT, Jack BroughTon, Bob Krynzel, Jon Ankney, Bob Weisman, John ArmbrusTer. Row 3:.KenT Cunningham, Mark WesT, Gary Burns, John BohardT, STeve YosT, Dave Kalbfleisch, Dave LuTes, Doug Alexander, Phil DrayTon, Danny Shaeffer, Mike Webb, STeve BohardT, Jim Miller, Gregg Chappell, Doug Sherman, Rick Malone, Don FeTzer, Earl Riggs. Row 4: Greg Shoup, John Murray, STeve AusTin, Mike Miller, Jim Helmer, Bob CoTTman, Doug GroThian, Jerry Fouke, Rich Miller, John Roush, STeve MalTby, Dick Knipp, KeiTh Noble, Jack Mehl, Mike Logsdon, Gene Baker, Brad Lennon. Row 5: Dan Maloon, Glen Kershner, Jim Fledderiohn, Mr. John Freeman, Trainer: Mr. Richard Dickey, line coach: Mr. RoberT l-lildreTh, head coach: Mr. Richard Hoppe, line coach: Mr. Buford Crager, backfield coach: Mr. Fred Neer, Treshman coach: Mr. Duane Thompson, Treshman coach: Carl Showecker, John Ancsan, Jim Dudis. Tom Madlfger, 26, in white, prepares to rab another touchdown ass for West. Q P N Dragons drop first three against state-ranked og gthfpybf Q gridiron opponents Opening flue season wiflu perennially-fouglu Middle- fown, flue Dragons were beafen by a balanced offensive affack under flue direcfion of all-sfafe guarferbaclf, Jim Ousley. Wesf seemed fo fall aparf affer a delay-of-game penalfy on a crucial 3rd down sifuafion ended a drive deep in Middie-ferrifory. Final score was 47-IQ, Traveling fo Springfield flue following weelc, Wesf was defeafed 22-O by Springfield Soufln. Wesf had fwo maior offensive drives, buf bofln of fluese were sfopped iusf inclues sluorf of flue goal line. Playing a very sfrorug garrue, flue upsef-minded Dragons alrruosf beaf Cluarninade, flue area's second- ranlced feam. Wesf led af lualf-fime 8-6, buf Cluarruinade capifalized on fumbles and errafic pass- ing fo come from beluind fo beaf flue Dragons 28-lo. All-league baclc, Ron Zaremslci, drives for a fouclndown Carrying fhe ball Tom Madliger finds himself encircled behind line of scrimmage by Springfield Norfh defender. Dragons finish strong, winning five of seven Marc Shoemacher brings down lviiddlefown's harderunning halfback. Opening WCL play wifh a sfrong offensive af- faclc and a hard-nosed defense fo sfop Xenia 34-O, fhe Dragons confinued on fheir winning ways by fhen defeafing Beavercreelc and Sfebbins fhe nexf fwo weekends wifh idenfical 2I-O scores. Againsf Wayne, fhe Dragons proved fhey could win despife fhe condifions, as fhey beef fhe War- riors in a real "mud-bafh" 26-IQ. In fhe nexf game. fhe Dragons showed fhey could come from behind fo win by defeafing our crossfown rivals, Fairmonf Easf, by fhe sound score of 27-7. Wesf was loolcing ahead foo much and was up- sef by a sfrong Springfield Norfh feam 27-6 as fhey complefely fhroffled Wesf's high-scoring of- fensive machine, resulfing in a showdown game wifh Fairborn for fhe WOL championship. Wesf drew firsf blood by capifalizing on Fair- born's misfalces and so wenf in af halffinne wifh a 7-O lead. Second half was a differenf sfory, as a hard rain puf a damper on Wesf's affack. Fighfing for every inch of ground was fo no avail as a sfrong Fairborn feam pushed across fwo second-half fouchdowns and sfopped a lafe rally by Wesf fo win fhe game and fhe championship I2-7. remaining contests Jack Melwl makes bone-crushing tackle during a kick- off refurn in Wesfs compeiifion wifh Chaminade. Ron Zaremski, I2, moves in on Xenia! oufsfandinq end Earl Riggs, 64, drops opponenf bekmfnd Hue line of scrimmage. Facing his eighTh and Tinal season as The head coach oT cross counTry aT FairmonT WesT wiTh only Two reTurning leTTermen, Mr. Ross BaTeson was Taced 3 wiTh The challenge oT TransTorming an inexperienced Team inTo one oT The area's powerhouses. Mr. BaTeson succeeded admirably as his Team, paced by Seniors, John TheriaulT, Bob Burrows, Bruce Clever, and Jim Wiclc, came Trom a slow sTarT To a sTrong Tinish. FairmonT WesT proved To be very sTrong in iTs larger meeTs such as The Miami lnviTaTional l5Thl, Lowell Thomas lnviTaTional l2ndl, Fairview lnviTa- Tional l4Thl, and The WesTern Ohio League meeT l2ndl. l-TighlighTing The season, of course, would be The copping of second place in The DisTricT meeT which, aTTer a Tew obsTacles were overcome, enabled Them To compeTe aT The STaTe meeT where They Tinished in 2OTh place, a noTable achievemenT wiTh more Than 250 Teams ThroughouT The sTaTe compeTing. John TheriaulT Tinishes TirsT while Ned TreaT presenTs him wiTh The winning Time slip in W.O,L. meeT wiTh Xenia. Counfry Strong finish gives hclrriers a good season Fronf Row: Jim Wick, John Theriaulf, John Logan, Donald Green, Bruce Row 2: Coach Ross BaTeson, David STiclcel, Eric Hollins, Bernie Buclcholz, Ned Clever, Dick Miller, Bob Burrows, Dennis Green, Bryan Maie-sTy, Franlc Gray. TreaTi Greg Snyder. Greg LOOSe. lan Redrnon, John YaTes, Bob Kowaslci. Record FATRMONT OPPONENT WEST 42 Richmond I9 39 Chaminade 32 Lima 48 25 Fairmoni Easf 39 Siebbins 86 38 Fairborn 23 I9 Jefferson 38 33 Xenia 25 Springfield Norfh 89 25 Beavercreeic 32 I5 Wayne 50 Miami lnvifaiional 5'rh Bowling Green Invifaiionai I31h Hiej Loweii Thomas lnviiaiionai 2nd Wesfern Ohio League 2nd Fairview inviiaiionai 41th Disfrici Meei 2nd Sfaie Meei 2O+h second place in Western Ohio League Wesfs cross counfry Team warms up before meet Q . e '44 ,gag 'is .. Nm 325- ., ,, Billy, Ii kd, I M. 1 , I ,y ARK flqwx 'H 1 hp . jeg' 'PT ' Q ii J wi ssh .Q . -My i if hx vim: . V I . s ef 1 W-Y X-arf. .if -i Q- T Riga, gh! fs" 551g mv? 1 F 3 . L,,i ':LL- ,,JL5 WINTER CHEERLEADERS: Janet King: Bonnie iizfssgesiff ",V Penny: Linda Zaremski: Nancie Fislwer, captain: Barb Horner: Jaine Williams. g A ly.. . R5 M , un- can-uuq FALL CHEERLEADERS-Front Row: Holli Stout: Judy Merrifield: Pam Little: Patty Weimer. Row 2: Terri Mouse, captain: Tonya Sizelove. Cheerleaders Spirit spreaders support school functions RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: C o n n i e Thompson. Cathy Weimer, Paula An- l derson, Barb Getty, Judy Marlcell. Claudia Gilbert. l Awo rds RFQ Front Row: Dave lvlaltby, Marlc Shoemacher, John Theriault, Johr Armbruster Row 2: tcm Madliger, Ron Zarernslci, Jim Lynn. Full sports banquet honors successful athletes Fairmont West's annual Fall Sports Banquet spot' lighted athletes, coaches, and cheerleaders. Enter- tainment tor the evening consisted ot a tine meal, speeches, and awards presented by members ot the coaching statt. Recipients ot the traditional "F" trophies were: Cross Country Most lmproved Most Valuable .... Football Best-Detensive Baclc . .. Best-Ottensive Baclc .. Most Improved ...... Most Coachable ..... Best-Detensive Lineman Best-Ottensive Lineman Most Spirited ...... V. ...John Theriault ...John Theriault .Ron A. Zaremslci ...Tom lvladliger .John Armbruster . . . . .Dave Miller lvlarlc Shoemacher .......Jim Lynn . . .Dave Maltby John Theriault receives unusual recognition by being awarded both the "Most Improved" and "Most Valuable" Cross Country trophies. W 'nn' L? Q .fv Q Front Row: Gary Burns, Rick Jacobs, Steve Pease, Fred Lageman, Stan Ramsey, Jaclc Mehl. Dave Ruth. Row 2: Coach John Stuclqey, Bob Viets, Dave Dieterle, Bob Krynzel, Greg Snyder, Joe I-Iamilton. Basketball o o West ends with 12-1 1 seasonp 3rd In league Bob Viets drives past opponent during exciting overtime in East-West game. Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST 8l Dunbar 85 84 Wilbur Wright 68 54 Belmont 73 57 Chaminade 79 65 Roth 80 57 Colonel White 59 58 Xenia 63 66 Beavercreelc 7I 80 Stebbins 63 9I Springtield South 82 77 Wayne 52 67 Fairmont East 66 80 Oxtord Talawancla 76 62 Springtielol North 60 8I Fairborn 90 69 Lima 80 l-IOLIDAY TOURNAMENT 80 Carroll 5l 7I Alter 8I DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 68 Miamisburg 60 6l Wilmington 57 66 Colonel White 65 7I Roosevelt 70 54 Chaminade 89 Opposite: Both teams go up tor ball in Chaminade game. YV Y Alle-mpling a iump shol from lhe lop of 'rlie foul circle, againsl opponenl Wilbur Wriglil, guard Bob Viels lakes accurale aim, sliools, and scores. Greg Snyder shows dexlerily of sinking lefl-handed shol' in Easl game Difficult schedule Dave Rulh oul-jumps clelerminecl league player from Slebbins lo secure imporlanl' 'rip-off for Wesl. Wliaf loolced fo be a fouglw sclwedule on paper, proved fo be iusf flwaf, as flwe Dragons dropped eiglif ouf of flieir firsf fen games. lnexperience and sfiff opposifion confribufed fo flue slow sfarf. Dunbar, flue season's opener, seemed fo sef flue paffern for flwe ensuing games, wifli flie Wolverines winning a very close game, 85-8I, in overfime. Wesf scored and rebounded wellg furnovers and de- fecfive defense play proved fo be flweir downfall. Wilbur Wrigbf provided a pleasanf inferlude be- fween losses. Dave Ruflfs 37-poinf efforf, combined wifli fine all-around feam play gave flue Dragons an encouraging vicfory. Belmonf cauglwf Wesf on a very bad niglwf and soundly beaf flue Dragons 73-54. Againsf perennial- rival Cliaminade, ranked second in flwe sfafe, flwe Dragons played well before finally succumbing fo a figlwf full-courf press and excellenf slioofing. Roflw and Colonel Wliife combined fo give Wesf's baslcef- ballers anoflwer losing weekend. Two foul sliofs in flue lasf five seconds gave Colonel Wliife a decisive vicfory. Scoring a solid vicfory over Carroll during flue l-loliday Tournamenf primed flue Dragons for flieir game in flue finals wiflw Alfer. Wesf played excellenf ball for flfree guarfers and af one fime led by I5 poinfs. Dragons falfered in flie fourfli period and flwe Kniglifs rode a lwof lmand fo an 8l-7I decision. O gives West slow sta rt Greg Snyder drives for easy buclcef during non-league game wifh Dayfon Dunbar. PW f 'ugh .WM ..,,,,,, , MM v . 'li' l We-s,f's Sfan Ramsey, SO, goes up and over opponenf for 2 poinfs Sfan Ramsey shoofs from charify line while feammafe, Rick Jacobs 42, waifs anxiously for rebound during opening game wifh Dunbar. WOL compefifion found fhe Dragons playing pre-season favorifes Xenia and Beavercreek in fhe firsf fwo games. Xenia, boasfing a sfrong record in pre-league games ouf-shof fhe Dragon cagers af Xenia. Good shoofing on bofh sides kepf fhe game af a close margin unfil foul difficulfy proved cosfly fo Wesf. During fhe Beavercreek-Wesf clash, fhe Beavers came on sfrong in fhe lasf guarfer fo cafch fhe Dragons 7I-66. This loss dimmed considerably any hopes for a WOL crown. Fairmonf Wesf baskefball fook a furn for fhe beffer. Sfebbins fell before fhe Dragons as fhey sfarfed whaf was fo be a six-game winning sfreak. Sfrong rebounding and balanced scoring gave Wesf a convincing 80-63 vicfory. Againsf Springfield Soufh fhe nexf nighf fhe Dragons really gof rolling. Coming wifhin fwo poinfs of a school scoring record, Wesf roufed highly regarded Soufh 9l-82. Wayne provided a good fimefup for fhe encounfer wifh Fairmonf Easf as Wesf swepf by fhe Warriors 77-52. Tension mounts Bob Viefs "pufs fhe skids" on rival opponenf Easf in over-fime game. Seniors, Sfeve Pease, 245 and Sfan Ramsey, 50: fighf for rebound wifh Fairborn. Records mean very liTTle when FasT and WesT meeT in an aThleTic conTesTi From sTarT To Tinish The score was Tied I4 Times, wiTh The biggesT lead oT The game being a six-poinT spread held by FasT wiTh 2lf2 minuTes To play. WesT ToughT back To Tie The score on sophomore Joe T-larnilTon's TanTasTic shoT aT The buzzer. Deadly Toul shooTing broughT The Dragons a 67-66 oyerTime vicTory, Knoclqing OTT a good Qxlrord Talawanda Team, Dave RuTh reTurned To early season Torm as he scored 26 poinTs To lead The Dragons. DespiTe a sTrongly parTisan crowd and pep band, WesT won anoTher lasT second yicTory aT SpringTield NorTh. Good ouTside shooTing and a raTher leaky deTense enabled Fairborn To come Trom behind in The Third guarTer To deTeaT WesT 90-8 I. ATTer The disappoinTing loss To Fairborn, The Dragons were slow in geTTing sTarTed againsT Lima. WesT ToughT baclc Trom a lO-poinT deTiciT To wiThin one poinT in The TourTh guarTer beTore Lima pulled away To an 80-69 vicTory. Dave Rulh pulls down much-needed rebound in league play wiTh Fairborn. as Dragons down Falcons in over-time game Using perTecTed iurnp shoT, Dave RuTh sinks an imporTanT buclceT. i 1 ' ,L 'T L fn its. A " "' Hx.. ' N' Y ,-4 X vi 'fi' F ,Q 53 if if if 614 s Yr f if W1 B Rick Jacobs, pulls in imporTanT rebound. Small and scrappy were The Miamisburg Tive as WesT's TirsT vicTim Tell 68-60 in opening DayTon class AA TournamenT play. Dragon cagers led by as many as I4 poinTs and as Tew as 4 in The lasT guarTer beTore pulling ouT Their slim vicTory. Third-seeded Team WilmingTon Tound iTselT among The upseT vicTims as WesT, led by Joe l-lamilTon's 33 poinTs, beaT The Hurricanes 6l-57. Colonel WhiTe's Cougars, who had previously beaTen The Dragons in regular season play, led by as many as I6 poinTs, buT were deTeaTed 66-65 in lasT minuTe eTTorTs by WesT. Possibly The mosT exciTing game OT The year gave The Dragons a much-wanTed vicTory over The 2nd seeded RoosevelT Teddies in The semiTinals, 66-65. This vicTory gave The Dragons The righT To play lsT seeded Chaminade Tor The DayTon class AA TiTle. Coming on wiTh sTrong oTTensive eTTorTs Cham- inade's Eagles pulled ahead oT The WesT Dragons by 20 poinTs during The TirsT halT. Mr. John STuclcey's "never say die" Dragons reTurned The second halT in a TuTile eTTorT To close The gap, buT Tound iT Too large as The cagers dropped Their lasT game 89-54. DeTeaTed in The Tinals, FairmonT WesT's baslceT- ballers gave Mr. STucl4ey his lasT winning season U2-I ll and second place in The DayTon class AA TournamenT. Bob VieTs slows down The pace unlil his Teammaies Dave Ruth and STan Ramsey can geT in posiTion, O 0 Splrlfecl sophomores Dave RuTh shooTs over opponenT Tor imporTanT poinTs in league play. -6... S Fronf Row: Coach John Forbeclc. Dave Ganlz, Johr Bohardl, Paul Pralher, Bolo Siemper, Dave Luies, Milne Logsdor, Bill Gabriel, Bill Chenoweih, Scoil Davis, Roy Eberhard, Trainer Bo Gibbons. Row 2: Trainer John Rehlinq, Anlqney, Jim Bowden, Bill Diclce. provide vital help to reserves oncl varsity Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST 58 Dunbar 86 57 Willour Wrighi 63 48 Belmonl 58 30 Chaminaole 45 32 Roll! 55 49 Colonel While 56 44 Xenia 47 42 Beavercreelc 49 58 Sie-lobins 55 5I Springfield Soulh 64 52 Wayne 5l 37 Fairmoni Easl 38 6I Oxford Talawanda 68 50 Springfield Norlh 58 47 Fairborn 5l 52 Lima 64 l-larcl praciice and deierrninaiion by sophomore Jack Mehl aid varsiiy Dragons io viciories. .41 Jon ,, Scott Heywood strikes tradition Wrestling Wrestlers capture second in Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST I9 Kiser 30 Fairmont East 26 Richmond I9 Roosevelt I7 Northmont I7 Beimont 6th Beavercreek Invitationai 4th Stebbins Invitational 3rd Fairmont West lnvitationai 2nd Western Ohio League Invitational 3rd District aI wrestling pose. Western Ohio Front Row: Jim Barnes, Doug Taylor Scot ey wood, Tom Baker, John Biaiceman Da e Dyb Pat Combs, Mike Coieman, Don I-Iocicett Mark Tom Baker, co-captain, talks with coaches concerning dual meet with Fairmont East. STarTing The season wiTh only Tour seniors on The varsiTy Team, WesT could Tinish no higher Than 6Th place in The Beavercreek lnviTaTional as Tom Baker ll27l led The Dragons by Taking 2nd place. AT This poinT in The schedule, The Dragons decided To really buckle down as They Then copped 4Th place in The STebbins lnviTaTional, The "TournamenT oT Cham- pions," only one poinT Trom second-place BelmonT and NorThnnonT. lT Takes loTs oT hard work, and deTerminaTion, To make a good wresTling Team, and This is iusT whaT The Dragons were made oT as They Took 3rd place in Their own FairmonT WesT lnviTaTional. ln This TournamenT, Mark Shoemacher Took TirsT place in his weighT class ll75l and Torn Baker placed second. ln The WesTern Ohio League meeT, The Dragons Took a second place behind a sTrong Beavercreek Team. Jim Barnes llO3l and Mark Shoemacher ll75l were vicTors in This TournamenT. Jim Barnes rolls Kaiser opponenl' in dual meeT on home maTs aT WesT. League Take Third place in own invitational Shoemacher, Jim Spahr. Row 2: Bob Kowaski, Rick Cunningham, Coach Dick Hoppe, Row 3: Bill Car- Norman Rike, Rodger Parks, l-luberT EsTerbrook McKee, Dick Knipp, Phil Baker, Ken KriTzer, Jim Ter, Dan ShaTzer, Mike Rayburn, Dennis Turner, Miki? GGHTZ- ROW 42 Bill Todd. Jim Dudis, Dwiqhl' SharriT, Jim Miller, Rodger Baker, STeve YosT, KenT Doug Sherer, Eob l'locner, Jim Dill, Dave Bilbrey, Davis. Caplain Joe Del-laven execules perfeel Form on high bar. Record FAIRMONT WEST 84 Springfield Soulh 66 Beavercreelc 95.5 Wayne 6l.5 Xenia 53.5 Fairview 75 Slelobins 2nd Kelle-ring lnvilalional 3rcl Taff lnvilalional Znel Weslern Ohio League Slale gymnastics OPPONENT 43 6l 3 I .5 66.5 74.5 52 Agile gymnasis Fronf Row: Alan Shinn, John Roush, Sieve Maliby, Ben Anlsney Sieve Kaiser, Row 3: Terry Aesrin, Doug Moore, Gary l3loomf'eld, Doug Alexander, Tim Greg Chappell, Bob Harding, Brian Finegold. Paul Niclcell, James Jones. Row 2: Gardener, l-loward McKnighi Toni Koh, Eric Wrighl, Sieve Auslin, Dave Ron Fizher, George Taylor, Dave Sachleben, Bill Craise, Mile Sfeuarl, Fred Rowe Moss, Ceach Donald Perry. lancl, Joe Dehlaven, Bob Williams, Bill Bradiord, Doug Keisfer, Niels Dralcos. 1 5 E f.. 'r , ., , Wd . f , . ,V I I ,A ,, 4, T i I X ,, , YY X 1 g T gi -,H ..,,,3aa4 8 3 , ,, vi s E Z l ,vu 5 4 ii' M lxila l J X 'X 5, rr Q , TM X X , A, ,, ,,,., 5 A eu, M gy I V 1' xl x X ,M T.-M , 2 f 7 w 5 f l X ll 1 xi Q l 1 l 1 .3 . T., f T 1 JK Coach Don Perry and The gymnasTic Team came Through wiTh anoTher successful season, a 5-3 record and several high-ranking places in Three inviTaTional TournamenTs. AlThough plagued wiTh injuries, The Dragon gymnasTs placed Third in The l-lamilTon TaTT lnviTaTional. They grabbed The second place Trophy aT Their own lnviTaTional, and Took second place To deTending champions FairmonT EasT in The WesTern Ohio League meeT. Overall success oT The season resulTed Trom The exTensive individual eTTorTs oT The Team members. Coach Perry remarked ThaT This was one oT The mosT spiriTed, mosT coachable Teams he has ever had. Team's sTrong evenTs included high bar, Tramp- oline, and side horse. Gene' GilberT working Tree exercise, Tumbling, and long horse vaulTing, was high scorer Tor The year. ETTorTs oT Joe Del-laven and Doug KeisTer on The high bar, Fred Rowland nd Dave Sachleben on The Trampoline, and George aylor and Mike STeuerT on The side horse proved To be exTremely imporTanT To The Team's scoring. GymnasTics conTinues as a growing sporT in The sTaTe oT Ohio and The compeTiTion is increasing aT a TasT raTe. WiTh The success and spiriT oT This Team, gymnasTics promises To become exTremely imporTanT To FairmonT WesT's TuTure aThleTic pro- gram. a T Cl e I1 In . . . I' k 2 cl ' W O I. Gymnast Bill Cruise, demonsTraTes ease oT shoulder sTand on sTill rings. Doug KeisTer execuTes a cross-over while performing gianTs. 73 lnTramural volleyball offers opporTuniTy Tor sophomore Enfhusfasm moumis as bo V and iunior boys To compeTe in sporTs wiTh classmaTes. ipaq-e in exfracurriculags Ssgrlri- lnTramurals Variety of sports Under The direcTion oT The inTramural advisers, sTudenTs parTicipaTe aTTer school hours in a wide varieTy oT sporTs. lnTramural acTiviTies provide an ouTleT Tor energy which is sTeered Toward a spiriT oT Tun and a sense oT sporTsmanship. Slcill is noT a de- Termining TacTor in The selecTion oT The conTesTanTs. 'W Any sTudenT may sign up Tor a Team. Supervised by Miss Carol Foreman, G.A.A. members compeTe in badminTon, basl4eTball, bowl- ing, Tencing, hockey, soTTball, Tennis, Table Tennis, and volleyball. Added To The program This Tall was a Tracla meeT. FooTball, bowling, wresTling, badminTon, Tennis, soTTball, baslceTball, Traclc, and Table Tennis consTi- TuTe The boys inTramural program which is direcTed by Coach RoberT KriTzer. Tennis Champion, Brian Finegold displays a winning sTance i. 1 Q Patti DeVogel exhibils the proper techniques of archery. Challenge of high iurnping inspires Sue Slrobino during 'lhe fall track meet. 0 0 Interests 600 active after-school students Fencing involves quick thinking and fast action for Joanne Ferrigno and Charlene Ellis. Hockey New Dragon coach establishes high goals ll RESERVE-Fronl Row: Jan Andrews. Joanne Ferrigno, Jane Apple, Debbie Booze: Managers, Cafhy Weimer, Kris MacCagno, Becky Tyler, Coach Siddall, Pam VanOver. Row Michelle Norris, Sue Campbell, Suzanne Gallo- Penelope Moll. way, Peggy Dick, Phyllis Beardsley. Row 3: Janel' Royer, Donna Dunick, Linda Anllclpaling a goal, Miss Moll anxiously follows lhe aclions of her leam. 'P Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST A 2 Wayne O I Cenlerville l 2 Lebanon O O Madison l 2 Jefferson 0 2 Wes? Carolllon O l Fairmom' Eas'r 0 I Oakwood 2 Donna Colley and Oakwood opponenl slrugole for possession ol llne ball. for hockey team SelecTiOn OT The girls reserve and varsiTy Tielcl hockey Teams Takes place during The second week OT The school year. Team members immediaTely underTake a week OT diligenT pracTice TO prepare Tor The TirsT OpponenT OT The season. DeTerminaTion, de-dicaTiOn and The combined eTTOrTs OT all Team members consTiTuTe The prime TacTOrs in The developmenT OT The success- Tul season. Serving in her TirsT year as coach OT The hockey Teams, Miss Penelope MOTT mOTivaTecl The varsiTy Team members TO display Their skills by winning Tive games, losing TWO ancl Tying One. DragOneTTes On cleTensive play demOnsTraTecl Their sTrengTh by limiTing Toes TO Tour goals, while oTTen- sive members suppOrTecl Them wiTh The scoring OT eleven goals in The eighT cOnTlicTs OT The season. l-lighlighT OT The reserve season occurred when WesT deTeaTecl FairmOnT EasT by Two goals. Downed by Oakwood, The reserves cOmpleTed The season Wwh a 3-441 record. Sue Wogaman blocks OppOnenT's aTTempT To reTrieve The ball. ,,,gs,f , . Mu. ,QQ 1... ,. ., S, VARSITY-FronT Row: Sue Dickenson, PaTTi DeVogel, Sue Wogaman, Gerry MarTha Apple, Donna CoTTey, Mona Kincaid, Debbie WrighT, Linda Zaremski, VanOver, MarTy I-larT, MarTy HuTchinsOn, RiTa Coleman. Row 2: Jean Marshall, Ann Sulhbach, Coach Penelope MOTT. h'n A- K -"" ' r a . 5. 'V 1 r 1 v Drive to win -motivates Pam Rogero to slip the volleyball over tlne net. Crys Oates strelclwes lo rneel llwe ball during Tlwe splrited East-West game. .Yshyd Triumphant varsity volleyball team boasts VARSITY-Front Row: Judy Slaulzenbaclw, Pam Rogoro, Lynn Oates, Coaclw Barbara Barbour, Jane Torley, Nancy Rldcl, Calluy Glrlon, Jacqule Dlls, Barb Popovlclu. Row 2: Linda Howe, Clwrys Snycler. , i Sophomore, Barb Popovich complefes sef-up from feam members while Coach Barbara Barbour officiafes fhe game. undefeated year Never-ending goal fo win games accounfs for fhe 8-O season record obfained by fhe girls' varsify volleyball feam. Fairmonf Easf and Troy easily succumbed fo forceful deferminafion of Wesf fo seelc revenge againsf fhe fwo feams fhaf marred lasf year's record. Wilh fhe spirif of fhe new coach, Miss Barbara Bar- bour fo baclc fhem, fhe girls added six more vic- fories fo produce a perfecf record. Reserves, wifh a 3-5 record scored fheir wins againsf Troy, Lebanon and Cenferville. Individual sfrengfh shown by fhe reserve feam members will be an advanfage fo form a successful feam nexf year. Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST 2 Troy O 2 Lebanon I 2 Madison l 2 Wayne l 2 Miamisburg O 2 Fairmonf Easf l 2 Oakwood O 2 Cenferville l RESERVE-Fronf Row: Sharon Lovelace, Debbie Whifehead, Carol Swarfzel, Paf Berardi. Kafhy Schmidf, Coach Barbara Barbour. Row 2: Rae Smifh, Nancy Wilkens, Marilyn Horn. Nancy Nolfe, Melody Charfer. Eleni Dralcos. Susan Koshoffer. Fronl' Row: Connie Ulmer: Linda Vick: Sally Weller: Janel' Ward: Candy Coach Don Perry: Row 3: Penny Adams: Debbie Humphreys: Sally Shanklin: Hubble: Pam Bailey: Janel Barnes: Lynn Davis: Debbie Maxwell: Becky Lime- Peggy Smilh: Sharon Moore: Nancy Urban: Barb Barlley: Sue Slrobino: Barb baugh. Row 2: Cinda Richards: Ann Meyer: Debbie Seiberr: Pam Phlum: Bev Lennon:Judy Markell: Sue Willing: Donna Dunnick. Fosier: Kalhy Clay: Vicki Singlelon: Joanne Gilman: Rikki Ollo: Sue Zimmerman: -Cjymnaslics Girls develop poise and agility competing in Alhlelic excellence on lhe irampoline shows evidence oi Sharon Moore's ex- ceplional gymnasiic adeplness as she compleles a flip. .-......., Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST 70 Beavercreek 26 7l Springfield Soulh 25 ol Wayne lf? 64.5 Xenia l2.5 58 Fairview 37 69 Fairmonl Easl 25 Tail lnvilaiional lsr Place Gymnaslics involves lun, physical iiiness, diligenl pracrice, rough compeiilion, and ihe achievemenl oi a special skill lor each girl who parlicipales' on ihe leam. As a physical aclivily, gymnasiics be- comes more popular each year because girls are given an opporiuniry ro be aciive in sporls, and yer gain poise and agiliiy. Rewarded by The many hours ol praclice, The leam achieved an undeiealed season in Jrhe meels againsr olher schools. Compeling in rumbling, balance beam, rrampoline, sidehorse vaulring and The iree exercise evenls, ihe girls proved lheir superiorily over oiher reams. M-,., -' f--nam' 3 A.. Judy Marlcell execules oulsianding abilifies on lhe uneven parallel bars. . . . Individual event Gymnasl Sally Shanklin clemonslrales skills ol poise and equilibrium. 11 .l Nancy Urban's agile prowess on The vaulfing horse makes her a hard compefilor in qymnaslic evenls. Graceful inqenuily in gymnaslics enables Barb Barlley lo perform lhe louller- fly wilh co-ordinalion and precision during a free exercise roufine.. Record FAIRMONT OPPONENT WEST 34 Slebbins 23 25 Cenferville 29 32 Leloanon I3 I5 Midcllelown 33 37 Miamislourg lb 46 Jefferson l 8 23 Fairmonl Easl 53 42 Oakwood 4l Baslcelball Rounclball team wins Gerry VanOver drlbbles lhe ball away from 'lhe walchlul Slelnloins guard. RESERVE-Fronl Row: Cindy Whlllles: Sue Slahr: Jane Apple: Rila Cruze. Wilson: Valerie Browne: Mona Kincaid: Nol' Plclured, Delilah Alsepl: Daphne Row 2: Judy Miller: Sue Galloway: Marsha Amli: Coach Carol Forman: Jeannie Alsepl. iq 'ii i' A ,s VARSITY-Tish Moeller' Marfy Phylis Beardsley: Jaci Jones: Pam , l-larly VanOver: Marlv l-lulchinson: Marlha Appleq Janel Rover: Pali DeVogel: Ann through skill and spirit Under The guidance of Coach Carol Forman, lhe girls varsily loaslcelball leam cornpleled anolher suc- cessful season. Allhough ihe learn's average heighl was only 5'2", Jrhe girls made up for lheir laclc ol heighl' wilh spiril and driving delerrninalion. Slrong defensive members aided lhe developrnenl of lhe leann, when The Dragonelles came againsl opponenls such as lvliddlelown, who's average heighl was 5'lO". Reserves compleled lheir season wilh a 2-6 record. Viclories were made over lvliarnisburg and Jefferson. Ml Sullzbach: Gerri VanOverg No? Piclured, Coach Carol Former. Senior, Tish Moeller, and opponenl slruggle lor possession ol lhe ball, Co-curricular clubs round oul' Fairmonl Wesr's busy life by combining educarion, service, and recrealion. Engaging in lalre-nighr yearbook or newspaper sessions, elecling slrudenl leaders, conferring honors upon fellow slrudenlrs, planning lrips lo convenlions, provide counrless opporruniries for making new friends. For some srudenls, Wes+'s organizarions provide recreariong for orhers, LEADERSHIP opporrunilriesg bulr for all friendship bound by common inreresr. Working lo earn money and have fun, clubs sponsor dances and picnics and lisren ro speakers. Service organizarions and honoraries sponsor campaigns ro build Jrhe morale of soldiers in Vielrnam. Wharever lhe reasons. The organizalions creaie much in The way of fellowship and LEADERSHIP Jro rhe exlenr rhalr lhey produce nor only leaders- 'bul democraric ideals. wif- n ix ,Q xi-.rer-,fzfi-iiifi,- 1+ N is-Li 1 1 -' .a,....,5,.i,. A., K K , ,. ,, . .K ,,,,,,,,,,,,ie.g ' 14' . ' '-A" ':?"z- Yi- 1- Itiaf-'i-:T " an 'ww , Vlwiwv' Q, E ,wmv X .1 1 ' ,y QAM ,,B . . 3, Num wx W wif 1-muuwqunu ' f wwM,,MA, .WW E , 153W College 1' ww I 4 .. 93 JWYF 9177 ' LEADERSHIP ' LEADERSHIP ' LEADERSH s Fronl' Row: Rebecca Linebaugh, CaThy SmiTh, Jan'BrisTow, Anne Parker, Gerda WhiTehead, Phyllis Brown, Connie Ullmer, Mrs. Bernice Fowler. Row 3: Bonnie F'lolmsTrom, Sue Ferguson, Sue Galloway, Suzy Dickinson. Row 2: Cindy Brad- Penny, Sue Saunders, Karen Percilield, Jean Marshall, Sharon Thunn, Barbara lord, Sheryl Cron, Leslie l-label, Janice DorsTen, Sharon Robbins, Deborah Loclce, Susie Schweilrzer, CaThy Clay, Gail l-lawlc. Training for healthier world begins in FMC Sue Saunders demonsTraTes wrapping a wound on model Sharon Thunn. AcquainTing iTs members wiTh The many diTTerenT phases oT medicine and medical careers is The main purpose oT WesT's FuTure Medical Career's Club. ThroughouT The year members parTicipaTe in various service proiecTs. ChrisTmas season Tinds each mem- ber bringing a giTT To The annual ChrisTmas parTy Tor The children aT Barney Children's l'lospiTal. GuesT speakers such as Karen Cruze, Tormer Fair- monT sTudenT, and nursing sTaTT Trom KeTTering Memorial l-lospiTal relaTe Their experiences in The 'Field oT medicine aT The monThly meeTings. ParTici- paTing in various service proiecTs gives members a chance To earn Their FMC pin. FMC Officers-Donna CoTTey, Vice-PresidenTg Bonnie Penny, SecreTaryq Sheryl Cron, Treasurer: and Sandy Finley, PresidenT: inspecT clinic supply cabinefs. Following all recipes toward the production of another delicious dinner are Home Economics Club officers: Linda Lennon, Publicity: Shari Love- lace, Secretary, Margie Leeson, Treasurer: Carol Kallas, Chaplain: Nancy McCabe, Vice-President: and Patricia Ballard, President. Preparing for future responsibilities is the domi- nant goal oi Home Economics Club. Through con- centration and practice, members learn the best and most time-saving methods of running a modern home. Enlightening speakers spark interest at monthly meetings. Leciuring on subjects such as child devel- opment, careers in home economics, hair styling, and flower arranging, they give insight into the roles of homemaking in +oday's modern world. Prior to Christmas holidays, members hosted a gift-wrapping session. After directions, the girls engrossed them- selves in cutting paper and tying bows. Creativity and originality brought forth many beautiful and decorative packages. Holiday gifts sparkle Front Row: Belinda Silvey, Linda Brandenburg, Susie Ball, Donna Call, Carol Kallas, Judie Simons, Chris Machle, Georgie Tobin, Gayle Marcum, Linda Travis. Row 2: Kathy Straihan, Linda Harris, Jan Edwards, Gerda Holmslrom, Sharon Thunn, Thea Schaeffer, Sally Andres, Phyllis Ferguson, Pal Ballard, Bonnie Adams, Gloria Zimmerman. Row 3: Sue Zimmerman, Brenda Krull, Bev Senseman, Karen Pulling the finishing touches on packages, members conclude demonstration with Home Ec. touch Amand, Linda Hellon, Jo Anne Prolili, Sandy Nies, Phyllis Freeland, Betty Ball, Terry Boston, Dana Meade, Mrs. Berniece Fowler. Row 4: Linda Anders, Margie Varre, Becky Dobbins, Rita Cruze, Earlene Swaiiord, Joanne Hartranfl, Margie Leeson, Linda Kemmer, Nancy McCabe, Nancy Brennan, Mrs. Betiy Savage, Miss Helen Vogelsang. Froni Row: Sandy Grice, Pal Galli, Belh Nolan, Connie Loop, Marly Deeler. Jan Sexlon, Darlene Fraley, Carol Brazellon, Sue Pesler. Row 3: Glenda Williams, Kaihy Kingslon, Earlene Swafford, Shirley Girardol. Row 2: Connie Young, Sandra Bloomfield, Gwen Adams, Karen Percifield, Cheryl Rozelle, Linda Smilh, Beverly Riner, Sandy Nies, Phyllis Freeland, Melinda Taulbee, Linda Nalcashima, Linda Toole, Linda Meyer, Marilyn Kausal, Sue Kausal. B'ssIclers br'gffre' fc Afler winning lhe Wilbur Wrighl game, music by lhe powerful Penelraiions success l:ll'ldlVlQ l3O5ll'lOVl5 in lille 'l-55l'p5Ced WOVlCl of bU5l' fully camplefes Jrhe evening lor sfudenls allending The F.B.L.A. dance. ness, lunclions as a maior force in Fulure Business Leaders ol America. Earning a minimum ol lifleen poinls Through money-making proiecls enlilles business s'ludenl's lo membership in 'rhis organizalion. Highlighling lhe year's aclivilies are convenlions al slale and nalional levels. Candiolales and conlesl- anls slrive lo allain Their goals in various compe- lilions. Sponsoring an aller-game dance, Dress-Righl Weelc, and selling candy bars conslilule a few of lhe clulo's numerous aclivilies. Despile dismal wealh- er, mum corsages crealed by F.B.L.A. members, loeaulilieol l-lomecoming. Conlinually confronled wilh pursuing palhs lo meer lheir individual goals are Fulure Business Leaders officers Kalhy Kingslon. Re- porlerg Marry Deeler, Presidenlg Belh Nolan, Vice-Presidenl: Connie Loop, Secrelary: and Kalhy l-larlmeier, Treasurer. GOQL f' 6'.'Zn.1. ' , . . Cooperajion is a basic lundamenlal of any occupalion say Miss Rulh Busseer, Sally Shalor, Kalhy Harrmeier, and Joyce Wheeler. Sixleen senior girls comprise The Cooperalive Ql- lice Eolucalion program, beller known as C.O.E. On-lhe-iob lraining and work experience combined wilh school sludy are Jrhe basic purposes of lhis course. Oblaining inlerviews wirh prospecliye employers affords opporlunilies for various parl-lime employ- menr. Reguiremenls lor C.O.E. emphasize ryping, shorl- hancl, ancl clerical skills. Parlicipanls in lhe program conslanlly gain business acumen which will greaily assisl lhem in lurlhering lheir careers. M . cl' l rh k-T cl - F Joe Lower Cool me es e Wold S U Y pro Operafing lhe swilchboarcl proves challenging 'lo Wanda Sparks, alier a 'thorough Qfam al' llle local level. explanalion from Fairmonl' Wes? secrelary, Mrs. Charlolle Robinson. Cooperation and ' k Fronl' Row: Mildred Royslon, Rila Snyder. Row 2: Donna Fry, Sue Pesler. Sally Shafor, Carolyn Bell. Row 4: Toncla l-lannah, Linda Reese, Theresa Mayes, Barbara Palmer, Joyce Wheeler. Row 3: Melanie Powell, Kafhy l-larlmeier, Wanda Sparks, Row 5: Shaela Robbins, Brenda Hoover, Front Row: Martin Cohen, Gary Poulos, Terry l-lively, Pat Deck, Jane Biddle, Karen Fitzwater, Judy Gardner, Steve Miller, Dale l-lamilton, Row 2: Kris Mac- Cagno, Jan Wise, Becky Nicely, Nancy Wilkens, Janelle Schierling, Susie Pansing, Becky Franz, Nancy Enwright, Ginny Merrill, Barbara Horner, Beverly Foster, Kathy Hibbs, Carolyn Creager, Joy Federle. Row 3: Nancie Fisher. Lee Watson, Gayl Johnson, Carol Schaffer, Judy Miller, Nancy Nolte, Sue Koshoffer, Sue Strobino, Kay Kisling, Sally Shanklin, Connie Bregger, Sandy Smith. Row 4: Linda Petry, Barbara Rheuble, Raymonde Nicely. Nancy McAl- lister, Carole Swygert, Betty Ball, Andy Brem, Jo Anne Atkins, Linda Dobrino, Kathy Day, Nancy McCabe. Row 5: Miss Mary Belle Warren, Jane McNuit, Sue Kausal, Marilyn Kausal, Glenda Wilson, Diane Smith, Joyce Groves, Chris Hayes, Sue Smith, Bonnie Eifort. Holly Saul. Future Teachers foster faculty rapport Through posters and other media' the membership in Future Teachers has grown to be one of Fairmont West's most enthusiastic clubs agree club officers: Marcia MacCagn0. Corresponding Secretary: Jane Biddle, Vice President: Pat Deck, Secretary: Karen Fitzwater, President: Judy Gardner, Historian: and Terry Hively, Treasurer. , 1, A i 961100, l ffm 'ff ,200 00 Future Teachers is the largest pre-professional or- ganization at Fairmont West. Interesting and infor- mative spealcers from the different academic areas present talks and lead discussions on the require- ments of teaching in their chosen fields. College Beclcons Night, sponsored each year in connection with the Parent-Teacher Association Wr- nishes college bound seniors a chance to learn more about the curricular programs of the various col- leges in which they are interested. During the month of May, one entire school day is provided for the senior F.T.A. members to teach a chosen subiect at any one of Kettering's fine public schools. Many of the members participate in county workshops and state conferences which in- struct them in the modern advancements of teaching. ln coniunction with National Education weelq in November, members of F.T.A. decorated central unit's show case and delivered home-made brownies to the entire West faculty. Adviser, Miss Mary Belle Warren assists the officers in presenting a variety of programs for the monthlymeetings. Kalhy Day, Barb Essenpreis, and Nancy Brumlfiel discuss new Tech- niques in firsl aid io be presenled al iulure Red Cross meeiings. Junior Red Cross is one of Fairmoni Wesi's mosi service-minded organizaiions. Aclive members find saiisiaciion and encoumier many rewarding experi- ences ihrough The various chariiy proiecis 'lhe club sponsors Jrhroughour ihe year. Decoraling for a Chrisimas Parry for children whose ialhers are in ihe armed forces serving away from home, and malcing Siaiionery Kiis for children around ihe world who were viciims of disasier, are among lhe organizarions proiecis. Officers of Junior Red Cross are Marilyn Hunsalcer, Presideni: Nancy Brumfiel, Vice-President Barb Essenpreis, Treasurer: Kaihy Day, Secreiary. Phyllis Price and Jan Schuerholz leal: Through ihe American Red Cross Journal searching for service proiecls io beller The Kcllering communily. Community service fypifies Junior Red Cross Fronf Row: Barb Essenpreis, Nancy Brumfiel, Ingrid Marien, Pai Essenpreis, Jan Brislow, adviser, Miss Rachel Uriclr. Row 2: Jan Schuerholz, Kafhy Day, Sherry Hall, Corliss Brisiow. ,,l i Froni' Row: Kaihy Channell. Teresa Lawson. Amelia Hirnes, Nanci Nassii, Bradford. Barb Tuille, Row 3: Carol Yaies, Sharon Walker, Julie Ayies, Linda Debby Mclvlillan, ROW 22 Mrs. Clndorella Abell, Sharon Robbins, Linda Hibbs, Greer, Peggy Diglql Barbara Nolan, Cynilnia Millar, Carole Swygeri, Sally Jo Anne Runyan. Phyllis Brown, Nancy MCAlliSier. Bev Meadows. Cindy Egger, Anneria Srringer, Gwen Hensley, Mrs. Francis Horner, Judy Taylor. Y-Teen service supports Korean girl Debby Mclvlilldn eXieUClS llie OPP0'iUV1iiY Oi PUVCllf15lV1Q Polalo Cl'lP5' 55 Well 55 Y-Teen Officers: Debby Mclvlillan, infer-Club Council Represenia- helpinq llie Y-Teens +0 all hungry Faifmofll We5i Siudenls- live: Kaihy Channel, Presiclenig and Amelia Hirnes, Secreiaryq dis- cuss ihe evenis of a receni' monihly meeling. Fun, service, and fellowship mark ihe goal oi Fairrnoni Wes+'s Y-Teens. Each year ihe girls sell poiaio chips To help finance Their proiecis, which are boih local and iniernaiional. Currenily ihey are ioining wiih oiher Y-Teens in 'rhe area io suppori a Korean girl. Numerous oiher oc- casions arise during Jrhe year providing ihe group wiih ihe opporiuniiy io aid underprivileged children in ihe connmuniiy. Caroling ai Chrisimas, a shipwreck pariy, and an annual slumber pariy ai ihe YMCA emphasize 'friendship as a viial pari of ihe club. Youth for Christ officers: Ken Nunn, Floyd Elmore, Bonnie Eiiorl, Jaine Williams, Penny Puls, and Gorda Holmslrom find there are many things lor which one should be thankful. Providing inter-denominational fellowship oppor- 1 tunities for Christian youth is the basic purpose of Youth 'For Christ. Bi-weelcly meetings include spealcers, discussion groups, films, music, slcits, and parties. Members meet other Youth tor Christ members from the area and country by participating in national conven- tions, service projects, speech and music contests, Bible quizzing, and rallies. Students involved in the Youth 'For Christ program find the individual is provided with the occasion to develop leadership abilities and a proper mental. physical, social and moral balance. Two aclive seniors, Sharon Hensley and Sandy Finley, agree lil is most rewarding to find time in one's busy schedule for daily Bible study. Christian fellowship motivates Bible study Front Row: Martha Corre, Penny Puls, Sally Andres, Rebecca Tyler, Bonnie Row 3: Larry Lilsey, Jerry Bach, Ralph Petry, Floyd Elmore, Ken Nunn, Gloria Eifort, Chris Kline. Gerda l-lolmstrom. Row 2: Sharon Hensley, Ruth Thomas, Zimmerman, Mr. David Moore, adviser. Jaine Williams, Debby Crabtree, Belly Melson, Sharon Robbins, Sandy Finley. ......, ig, Fronl' Row: Mr. Carl Ferguson, Woody Kiefaber, Ed Kalaf, Les Ferguson, Sieve Nelson, Mike Rayburn, Mr. George Tarzinski. Row 2: Gary Lydic, Bob Kevern, Doug Taylor, Buddy Banks, Denny Turner, Jim Sharriil, Si Adams. Ken Kreilzer, Sieve Hahn, John Blakeman, Bruce Roberis. Row 3: Mike Haiha- way, Harry Miller, John Kochli, John Kiefaber, Anders Milion, Glen Kershner, Rick Jacobs, Sieve Cornelius, Brad Jordan, Dave Kissel, Gary Mouse, Jim Parsons. Row 4: Rick Sweeney, Rick Anderson, John Sleele, John Hames, Bill Lamme, Charles Ehrsiine, Tim Lindsey, Tom Tries, Bob Arnoil, Greg Savage, Mike James. Row 5: Paul Gruner, Brad Wainwrighi, Creg Congleron, Mike Sieuerl, Ted Williams, Keiih Cunningham, Tom Brewer, Tom Bains, Ken Downey, Ken Legler. Row 6: John Horion, John Adams, Wayne Kimbrell, Gene Gilberi, Greg Allred, Ron Baker, Nick Szakal, Greg Coulles, Wayne Wickland. Row 7: Doug Lapse, John Fouke, Tom Rolhaar, Mel Donaldson, Joe Porgy, Sieve Smiih, Barry Jackson, Jim Powders, Ted Frymann, Dale Hayes, Carl Niehus. Lively Hi-Y turkeys animate holiday display Checking healih of iwo plump iurkeys are Mike Haihaway, Sieve Nelson, John Fouke, Ted Williams, Mike James, Les Ferguson, Dick Wiilebori, and Rick Hippie. Thera Hi-Y coniinues as a repulable service club by decoraiing lhe Cenlral Unii lighi courl wiih an exhibir highlighied by 'rwo live lurkeys. Among orher proiecis are disrribuiing lileraiure lor 'rhe hospiial levy and colleciing for Uniled Appeal. Annual aciiviiies incorporaie The Youih in Gov- ernmenl program in Columbus, represeniing a high poini' in ihe Hi-Y year: induciion ceremonies, sig- nifying a challenge ro new members: and 'the dona- Jrion lo YMCA World Service, selling an all-iime high. To round off a program of imporianr aciiviiies, regular meerings are held wiih guesl speakers par- iiciparing. Ed Kalaf, Treasurer, Woody Kielaber, Secrelaryg Sieve Nelson, Vice-Presideniy Mike Rayburn, Chaplain, and Les Ferguson, Presidenig inspecr Theia Hi-Y greeiing. at F' X T A T :fl Displaying an oTTicial Dragon banner, oTTicers OT WesT's Pep Club Rickie GaTT'ney, PresidenTg Bill Lennon, SergeanT-aT-Arms: Mary Lovingood, SecreTaryq and Judy STewarT, Treasurer: look Torward To some oT Their TuTure ideas and proiecTs. EsTablishinq and mainTaining WesT's HOW spiriT occupies Pep Club's Tull aTTenTion. To achieve This high sTandard, The l965-66 Pep Club inspires iTs members To many successTul proiecTs. lnnovaTions include "Dragon" banners in TradiTional purple and whiTe. STudenTs and TaculTy sporT sTiclcy-Top pep buTTons, sold by The club, each Friday. ParTicipaTion in caravans To maior games crysTal- lizes spiriT aT l:airmonT WesT. Pep Club oTTers prizes Tor The besT decoraTed cars. Cheering The uniT lobbies conTribuTes greaTly To The enThusiasm oT The sTudenT body. Concluding The Tall sporT's season, The club spon- sored a dance To honor The parTicipaTing aThleTes. Tom ZipT proudly poses wiTh his winning car in The Pep Club sponsored caravan Pep Club proudly presents purple pennants Sparlcing spiriT in lobbies TuncTions as a major Torce. 4 if . Front Row: Steve Maltby, Patty Weimer, Paula Anderson, Judy Ronnie Moore, Bob Meuche, Bob Viets, Tom Madliger, Connie Marlcell, Barb Geatty, Ginny Merrill, Sue Wogaman, Vicki Dooley, Eaton, Ron Zaremslci, Anders Milton, Linda Lennon, Nancy Balis. Lynn Girton, Bonnie Penny, Nancie Fisher. Row 2: Tim Goodnough, Student Council worms soldiers' Christmas Student Council member Brad Ridenour registers approval as he and Barb Essen- preis contribute to the collection tor soldiers in Vietnam. Respomslblllly ls Vie keynote Oli Sludeni' Councll activities, as shown by the successtul projects which the council has adopted. Pictures ot Queen candidates adorn lobbies ot each unit during l-lomecoming week. West's gym tloor boasts new purple toul lines and a purple and white dragon emblem. Reminding students ot coming events is the decorative activity board in the cate- teria. US. soldiers in Vietnam will long remember the councils ettorts in the collection ot candy, gum, magazines, and books to brighten their Christmas away trom home. V Annual projects include United Appeals Drive, ioint council meeting with Fairmont East, and post- ing ot current news items on the publicity board concerning West students, alumni, and taculty. Mr. Louis Zaremslci, adviser, agrees that this varied program provides an enriching experience tor coun- cil members. Student Council Otticers: Lynn Girton, Vice President: Bob Viets, President: Tom Madliger, Treasurer: and Nancie Fisher, Secretary: i tind council activities at Fairmont West rewarding. Fronl Row: Gloria Morningslar, Denny I-lerron, Pam Rogero, Lynn Girlon, Pally Kirk, Karen Reed. Row 2: Ivlarly Deeler, Torn Slork, Don Smillu, Tom lvladliger, Rick I-lipple, Joe Members ol ICC, Tom Slork, Don Srnillu, Dave Rullu, and Les Ferguson discuss flue problems presenled lo flue council. Del-laven, Row 3: Mr. Paul Wagner, Ronnie Zaremski, Les Ferguson, Marlin I-Iolsinger, Douglas Hinkley. Jim Ulzinger. Programming by ICC co-ordinates events Composed out llue presidenls ol all organized clubs al Fairmonl Wesl, ullue Infer-Club Council meels once every monllu. Assislanl Principal, Mr. Paul Wagner, serves as ils adviser wiullu llue vice-presidenl ol Slu- denl Council acling as cluairman. Funclions ol llue ICC enlail: serving as a means lor sclueduling club acliviliesy promoling beller un- derslanding among llue various groups: availing eaclu organizalion of llue opporlunily lo benelil from flue successes and failures ol olluer organizalional proieclsg and providing a means by wluiclu parulici- panuls may develop enlluusiasm and supporl for any scluool-wide proiecls. Members out lluis year's council luave worked To produce elleculive resulls in 'flue co-ordinalion of all evenuls al Wesl. Looking over llue calendar of evenls, Lynn Girlon, cluairman ol ICC, and Mr. Paul Wagner, adviser, find llual sclueduling club Iunclions demands muclu lime and palience. -lxifb Fronl Row: Mr. Bruce Tyler, Miss Chrisline Deisher, Miss Mary Belle Warren, Carolyn Clillord, Nancy Lynn, Pally Kirk, Anders Millon. Row 2: Sleve Falslich, Mark Sliver, John Kielaber, Doug Clark, Susan Slar, Linda Lennon, Nancy Wilkins, Tish Moeller, Pam Lillle, Rila Cleeman, Chris MacCagno, Becky Doggell, Nancy Sharp, Nancy King. Mary Green, Dale Hayes. Row 3: Jell Vore, Phil Wells, Jim While, Bill Medlye, John Ely, Sharon Walker, John Kochli, Sharon Hanauer, Barb Knipp, Donna Wenrick, Fam Clark, Raymonde Nicely, Penny While, Jill Colley, Judy Miller, Woody Kidlaber. Row 4: Dan Sluarl, Mark Harris, Charles Porler, Gloria Morningslar, Sharon Balderson, Judy Gardiner, Sherry Hall, Paula Clingman, Linda Melin, Sue Downey, Marge Bushman, Calhy Clay, Cindy Brem, Carol Sollenberger, Dick Hipple. Row 5: Fred Pelers, Jim Fledderiohn, Barb Geally, Lorraine Gumper, Leesa Pernaveau, Linda Morris, Debbie Seiberl, Vicki Buckingham, Sue Dollman, Joan Downing, Karen Rilchie, Sue Bulcke, Gail Hawk, Debbie Hayes. Row 6: John Sabee, Mike Norris, Tom Lell, Bob Arnoll, Judy Markell, Ed Kalal, Nancy Ridd, Nancy Nully, Jane McNull, Nancy Longo, Linda Bossi, Carol Schwarlzel, Judy Baer, Paula Roller, Jean Conrad, Chuck Higgins, Denny Herron. French Club conveys conception of customs Inspired by a colorlul map ol France, Carolyn Clillord, Vice-Fresidenlg Anders Millon, Treasurer: Pally Kirk, Presidenlg and Nancy Lynn, Secrelary7 discuss lulure meelings. Fronl Row: Nancy Balis, Kalhy Dixon, Becky Kneisely, Kalhy Smilh, Calhy Weimer, Pally Silas, Linda Vick, Connie Ullrner, Feggy Broadrick, Ingrid Marien, Janice Dorslen, Susie Willig, Becky Franz, Susie Pansing, Sue Fergu- son, Paula Pelly, Connie Thompson, Marg Hulchinson, Jan Andrews. Row 2: Laurie Irvin, Phyllis Beardsley, Judy Blame, Jaci Dills, Paula Anderson, Karen Dichler, Colleen Bruno, Diane Scimone, Anila Grove, Gene Morgan, Sue Slork, Kim Taylor, Karen Slrarsbaugh, Joli Treal, Barb Mahlouz, Barbara Horner. Bev Fosler, Bill Lamme. Row 3: Barb Senseman, Janel Ward, Ninella Mead, rw Through ils aclivilies, based on lhose in nalive France, lhe Fairmonl Wesl French Club hopes lo promole an underslanding ol lhe moeurs lcuslomsl ol lhe counlry, and ol lhe people lhemselves. Members olalain lhis knowledge ol lhe French- man's rouline lhrough a Chrislmas program, includ- ' I ing inleresling Skilsq a lilm, "The Vagabond King": six' 1 n 1 n 'rf a Mardi Gras carnival: and a picnic where appeliz- ii ing French loool is served lo hungry savanls. Meelings include nalive speakers and a surprise program on lhe subiecl ol French music lo add lo lhe enioyable year. Michele Seyler, Barb Lennon, Melissa Perry, Chris Sabee, Debbie Humphreys. Cindy Rawers, Linda Zerernski, Sandy Slimmel, Linda Harding, Susie Price, Lana HoIlowell,,Sue Mullen, Tom Reigelsperger, Candy Hubble, Ben Ankney. Row: 4: Janel Fkey, Jan Wise, Claire Hodges, Karen Bellar, Judy Lewber, Gay Johnson, Nancy McCaIIisler, Carmen Olszewski, Killy Wilson, Jean Marshall, Barb Tullle, Rila Cruze, Suzie Hinds, Jane Sullles, Becky Tyler, Linda Snyder, Jim While. Row 5: Carol Schaller, Janelle Schierling, Pal Scaile, Donna Forle, John Sabee. ,.z Fairmonr Wesr German Club invires German Clubs from neighboring schools for a liollcsinging iesrival held al Wesl. German Club's iesrival, ai which German songs are sung, represenrs a new aclivily, and The club hopes io conrinue ii in ihe V ,K lurure. J im German Club also has several orher inleresring and fun-filled aciiviries including rhe annual Chrisi- mas parly and spring picnic. Acriviries such as 'rhese ss, ,,s, , MX prove 'ro be rewarding experiences wirh fellow sru- A denls who are also inlreresred in ihe German lan- guage. Siudenls who ailend rhese meerings gain under- slanding of Jrhe social cusroms, The music, and lhe foods of Germany. A ' Enriching Jrheir broad knowledge of German cusroms and culfures are Fairmoni' Wes? of- ficers Carol Fiedler, Treasurer, Linda Williams, Vice-Presidenig Jim Barnes, Presidenfg Karen Amend, Secrelary and Marry Applefon, Social Chairman. Having considered The many places reviewed in German Club, Sally Egger poinfs 'ro her favorile spot German Club generates ioy through music Froni' Row: John MacBain, Alan Meyer, Jim Barnes, Annelre Srringer, Jane Karen Dighferl Myron O'I-lam, Dan Smilh, Larry Crouch, Jim Runyan, Chuck Biddle, Karen Armand, Carol James, Bonnie Eiforr, Donna Karns, Sieve John- Moody, Jerry Bruclq, Tom Walrher, Brian Finegold, Gregory Luce, Marc l-lolley, son, Doug Eshelman. Row 2: Glen Weber, Jim Dudis, Sue Worrhman, Bonnie Mr, Lee Rigley, Penny, Carolyn Clifford, Marry Applelon, Amy Criss, Sally Egger, Laurel Cooley, gl W' 'sap 49 B iving lo improve meelings are oilicers: Nancy Brumliel, Presidenl: James Kiel, Vice-President Carol Fiedler, Seerelaryp and Karen Filzwaler, Treasurer. "Veni, vidi, vici" brings familiar memories lo all Lalin sludenls. Tlwrouglw La+in Club, members have an opporlunily lo enrieln llieir sldlls wlwile Combining llwem willw pleasure. Dramalizing sliils ol Greelq and Roman mylliology W give vivid insiglwlr lo liislory. Games, mixers, and ollner leclwnigueg serve lo acguainl members willi aneienl cullure. ' fi'-.ii f .f 'if--.. H..-1' Designing logas for llwe annual banguelr slimu- lales erealive inleresl and originalily. Keeping willi 40 5 I J .H Us I ' ' -. 3, . . . . l 'li , i ' lranslaling Lalin slories rrienns lun as well as learning agree Lynne ladl lon' ille liancluel includes ioodg prepared in Davis, Leslie Nabel, Cliris Hayes, and Sue Saunders. Roman culinary slyle. L i' CI b ' sf'lIs Ie r 'ng through language Froni Row: Carol Ann Fiedler, Nancy Brumiiel, Nancy Rogers, Cindy Whillles, Carol AUWGVS SUS 554UlidCf5- Chlls l'l5Y95i Jllfi lVlCCGVlllY- Mellfldd HlC3Qlf1S. Be-Hy Fleming, Sharon Robbins, Julia Gllian, Leslie Nabel, Vicki Reilz, Linda Torn Eamon Kevin GMS, Ron Baker. Row 41 Bill Myers, Ron Sloerleri Waller Synder, Sherri Millcereilr. Row 2: Annelle SFringer, Joanne Gilman, Slieryl Thorn- Hlfllli Sieve Biff' l-GVVV ACl5Vl'l5i B05 Wllll5m5i Ralph Pl9lCCi lOm lVlf3Vll'li Paul lon, lngrid lvlarien, Jane Sleplwens, Cnuek l-luflfer, Palli Fauble, Karen Fifzvvaler, KOI'1iClfl. -lOlWF1 Walker, CVGlf3 S6llJCfl'- Pal' Clianey, Linda Dobreno. Row 3: Jim Riel, Gregory Loose, Janel Kempler, .44.mum8!! Front Row: Jane Allen, Joyce Appenzeller, Carole l-luddleston, Jan Blake Carol Chakrian, Pat Rogero, Holly Knight, Gorgie Tobin, Connie Young Cheryl Strader, Patty Weimer, Phyllis Freeland. Row 2: Beth Nolan, Ken Liston Randy Childress, Ken Tanner, Tom Kohl, Steve Miller, Pam Rogero, Barb lmig Pam l-lendrix, Jan Schmalenberger, Jeannie Cain, Ted Williams, Eileen Criss. Row 3: Mr, Maurice Conn, Bill Saettel, Tim Gardner, Nick Szakal, Jerry lzouke, Dennis Turner, Janet l-lill, Deb Luckman, Connie Loop, Eleni Drakos, Margaret Allen, Debbie Crum, Sherrell Henderson. Row 4: Dave Bilbrey, Mike Hathaway, John Fouke, Darrell Finken, Jett Balkema, Barb Quick, Judy Stewart, Carole Swygert, Glenda Wilson, Janet Jordan, Debbie Sheen. Cuban creates interest in customs, cultures Dominating the goals ot Spanish Club are op- portunities aiding members in gaining a more thorough understanding ot various customs, cultures, and traditions ot Spanish-speaking peoples. Members place emphasis on conversation with attempts at becoming proticient in the language. . Throughout the year, otticers plan programs which give insight to many Latin-American coun- tries, as well as Spain. lntormative speakers show slides depicting scenes ot Spanish people and countryside. Securing Mr. Warren Chambers, a high-Cuban congressman as a speaker, greatly en- hanced the year's activities. Functions include the annual Christmas party. complete with testive pinata. Participating in the Ice-Carnival provided tun and trolic as well as creativity tor the members. During exam week. ad- vanced students review beginning and intermediate ones tor semester exams. Bolivia otters many varied topics tor an interesting and educational dis- cussion agree Spanish Club otticers Steve Miller. Treasurer: Pam Rogero, President: and Karen Kalbtleisch, Secretary. K1 Reviewing verb coniugations tor tinal exams are West Spanish students Jan Schmalenberger, Patty Weimer, Bev Riner, Pat Rogero. , , 0 ' 4 , V -c .gi 5 ii ni Front Row: Dee Hudson, Barb Linton, Linda Williams, Susie Butler, Greg Ralph Pierce, Bob Allen, Mike lvialeske, Dave Ruth, Joe Porgy, Bill Lamme. Williams, Dick Wittman, Mr. Robert Schnarre. Row 2: Mr. Alvin Funderburg, Magic of numbers motivates mathematicians Innlqulng puzzles add mystery to Math Club meetings agree Dick For those students who desire to pursue a career Wittman, Dee Hudson, and John Hames as they solve the problem. In me broad Held of mawiemaicsl Ma+h Club is the answer. Through this club they satisty their guest tor advanced knowledge ot tractions, equations, and tormulas. Interesting discussions lead to obscure tacts in math. Subiects such as topology, spacial geometry, and universal sets serve as current topics. Meetings combine both tun and learning, as mem- bers seek to discover new math mysteries and puzzles tor the club to solve. Highlighting the activities was the Christmas party where members gathered to celebrate the holidays. Brushing up on geometry theorems keeps Math Club otticers: Dave Shultheis, Vice-President: Dave Ruth, President: and Joe Forgy, Program Chairman busy. Science Club officers: George Taylor, Vice-President: Myron O'l-lara, Secrelary-Treasurer: and Tom Stork, President, examine laboratory equipment to be used in an experiment. Learning through experimentation and research is the aim of the Science Club's activities. Adventures into the vast wonderland ol science draw club mem- bers toward an understanding of the significance of scienlilic methods in everyday lite. Members this year have attempted to coordinate special areas ot interest and the outlines of basic experimentation to explore the nature ol the require- ments oi lite on other planets. By varying almos- pheric conditions and noting the effects of the changes upon the plants, members put to use their proliciences in biology, chemistry, and physics. Under the guidance ot the Science Club advisers, Mr. Milburn Hines and Mr. Elby Tacketl, science W enthusiasts lind satisfaction from hours spent in Becky Tyler and Dana Weaver, l'ke all Science CI lo memb , k th probing for knowledge and understanding. I U ers now 9 importance of safely glasses lo a successful experiment. Science Club stimulates individual interests Front Row: David Shullhers, Dee l-ludson, Kevin Guise, Mario Taylor. Boyd Gl5iSCOCl4. Cllllfllf l'ligC3iI'1Si WOliQ6HQ Sl'iOFSm5f'llil Manzo, Sally Egger, Vera Young, Carol James, Beverly Swabb, Jim Wick, Ric Anderson. Row 3: Becky Tyler. John Adams, Jim Mr. Elby Tackeit. Row 2: Ralph Pierce, Karen Amend, George Runven, Dane Weaver. John Steele, Bill Steeley. fr' Cx Front Row: Sue Kausal, Greg Loose, Sue Farren, Ron Bossi, Joyce Groves, Chuck Higgins, Tom Lett, Martin Holsinger, Dave Breisch, Jim Utzinger, Tom George Schierling, Row 2: Denny Herron, Jim McWhirt, Marilyn Kausal, Zipt. Carol James, Holly Saul, Dick Wittman, Mr. Ben Ankney, Row 3: Steve Nelson, Speakers interest I k T , if K Steve Nelson enriches his knowledge ot current attairs. IO4 Political Science Club Political Science Club invites speakers trom many groups with many ditterent political philoso- phies in order that they may gain an understanding ot the beliets which exist in America today. ln striving tor this knowledge, they obtain opinions trom interesting groups ot both the con- servative and liberal schools ot thought, including such radical organizations as the Ku Klux Klan, the John Birch Society, and the NAACP. lt is the beliet ot the club that the opportunity to hear such ideas strengthens the members' support ot treedom and democracy. .....,,5x Preparing tor the next Political Science meeting, Vice-President Chuck Higgins, President Dave Graham, and Secretary-Treasurer Scott Heywood tind tacilities in the East Unit activity room very helptul and intormal. Fronl Row: Tom Wolf, Bill l-lunsaker, John Walker, Ken Lislon, Row 2: Doug Joe Fiedler? Mr. Lee Risley. adviser. Row 3: Gregory Loose. Don Slewarl. Leonard: Thomas Bollenbacher, Jeff Ballcemag John Rehlingg John MacBaing Chuclc Higgins, Bill Medley, John I-lorlon, Bob Allan, Tom Uhrig. W.O.L. new goal for Chess and Bridge Fairmonl Wes+'s Chess and Bridge Club provides a slimulaling almosphere in which ils adherenls en- gage in lriendly informal compelilion. Members ol lhis dislinguished group find enioymenl and pleasure in marching wils and wisdom in bolh ol lhese games ol concenlralion. Freguenlly, several of lhe more experienced play! ers deliver brief discussions on slralegy and winning lechnigues. Such inspiralional discussions, which are usually a parl ol lhe Chess and Bridge Club meel- ings, iniliale more inleresl and enlhusiasm wilhin lhe group. Annually, lhrough inlra-club challenges, The club selecls ils live mosl skillful chess players lo represenl Wesl in lhe newly-organized W.O.L. chess league. Represenling Wesl are Doug Leonard, Jim Ed- wards, Joe Fiedler, Greg Loose, and Bill Hunsalqer. Mr. Lee Risley advises The group for his lirsl lime. Officers, Doug Leonard and Marlin Holsinger find 'lhem Q selves absorbed in a lhoughlfprovolcing game ol chess. 5- IO6 Front Row: Sue Stork, Leesa Pernaveau, Denny Herron, Karen Valiquette. Annette Stringer, Mr. Stephen Vogler. Row 3: Steve Nelson. Brad Ridenour Row 2: Doug Leonard, Sandy Grice, Carol James, Nancy Gilbert, Kim Taylor, Doug Hinkley, Martin t-lolsinger, Doug lvionschlce, Greg Loose. West writers encourage creative expression Composing Creative Writers' Club are students interested in examining and studying good written English, practicing writing slcills tor selt-improvement Martin l-lolsinger, Presidentg Denny Herron, Vice-President: receive approval tor omit mutual criticism, and CteV9lOplr'1g their abilities original composition trom mannequin in Mr. Vogler's room. of percepive Observation and Creafive awareness. During the meetings, held twice a month, mem- bers are inspired by other members' work and are otten motivated toward a new style ot writing. By submitting original work tor constructive criticism, members improve their writing ability. Mr. Stephen Vogler advises the club tor his tirst time. Creativity, an essential part in written expression, requires much concentration," concludes sophomore Sue Stork. Marc Connelly, Doug Monschke. and Nancy Gilberl find much pleasure in dis- cussing some ol the many diversified works of our great English authors. Analyzing such literary works as Brave New World and Aristotle, the members oi Wise Fools find much pleasure in the interpretations and enlightenment gleaned from other students interested in similar stimulating discussions. Enjoying interesting panel discussions and gues- tion and answer sessions lead by president Doug Hinkley, these members are totally sell-sufficient in their program planning. Meetings also offer opportunity for these students to discuss their sentiments about pertinent religious or philosophical questions. 'ii -N .Lg W , V it -1- 'fa - R .2 -' -f -QQ -.- 'i -we 3, ag ff' Complete knowledge oi the slructural differential is important in tracing abstraclion explains Mr. Stephen Vogler to Wise Fools of ficers Doug Hinkley, Presidentq and Carol James, Secretary Literary discussions stimulate Wise Fools " Front Row: Dennis Herron, Leesa Fernaveau, Sandy bruce, Carol James, Leonard, Sieve Nelson. Chuck Higgins, Douglas Hinkley, Doug Monschke Nancy Gilbert, Kim Taylor, Sue Stork, Mr. Stephen Vogler. Row 2: Doug Martin Holsinger, Marc Connoley, Greg Loose. Club members Jim Ulzinger, Mr. Wayne Wills, Ned TreaT, lvlilce Brubaker, and Bryan l-lavershck become more proTicienT by working wiTh various elecTronic devices aT meeTings. Radio-Electronics encourages shop learning Radio-ElecTronics has conTribuTed much To The developmenT OT radio Technology aT WesT. Though The club has Tew members, They Tind ThaT iTs size enables Them To TuncTion on a more personalized basis. Among The various proiecTs oT The club was The building oT an audio-ampliTier which was donaTed To The school. Only 'Through The hard worlc and careTul planning oT inTeresTed members, was This proiecT able To be compleTed. Under The direcTion oT Mr. Wayne Wills, The club has been beneTicial To noT only iTs members, buT To The school as well. - JKT President Jim UTzinger Tincls ThaT circuiT-Tracing a Television seT As an aid To Their TuTure vocaTions, Bryan l-laversTiclc and Ned TreaT learn To service is an easy Task Tor one wiTh elecTronic Training. a radio, under The compeTenT supervision oi club adviser Mr. Wayne Wills. Enioyirug a conversafion before flue meefing are officers: Dave Lauglufer, Secrefary: Rick Hippie, Presidenfq and Ted Williams, Vice-Presidenf. Swing Club, in ifs second year, is open fo all sfu' denfs wisluing fo develop flueir culfural inferesfs iru flue musical field. Af meefings members enioy classif cal composifions by suclu greaf band leaders as Glenn Miller, Les Brown, and flue Dorseys. As flue club's adviser, Mr. Wesley l-laines demon- sfrafes and discusses many of flue fecluniques ufilized by professionals in fluis perficular field of enferfain- menf. Sfudenfs wluo luaye parficular inferesfs in music find flue club mosf beneficial. EU Recalling greaf "swing" funes are Marfin Holsinger and Doug Aslumun Striking sounds "swing" across West campus 43,7 Music-minded Swing Club members are Ted Williams, Brenda Collins, Rick Hippie, Pam Tluompson, and Doug Aslumun. yIIv""' i Fronl' Row: Carol James, Jane Biddle, Laurie Connell, Miss Margarel Rooney, Sandy Grice, Denny l-lerron. Row 2: Calliy Zinlc, Don Smilli, Marlin l-lolsinger, Jon Ely. Classical Music Club-key to culture Sludying ine worlcs of ine greai classical musicians as well as ilieir colorful and somelimes lragic lives is The loremosl purpose of Wes+'s Classical Music Club. lniormaiive spealcers versed in llwe field of music give Talks and lead discussions on The mas- Jrerpieces of Chopin, Bach, and Beellioven. On De- cember I6 members give a pariy in honor of Beelliovens birllwday. Laurie Connell, Vice Presidenl and Carol James, Secreiary, lislen as Denny Herron, Presi- denl, plays "Symphony Number 3" by Ludwig Von Beeflwoven. Jon Ely and Denny Herron discuss life of Jolin Sebasiian Baclw during meeiing of Classical Music Club. ll0 a--...ML Commillee members Linda l-ledden, Tom Slorlc, Kay Mouck. Gloria Morningslar, and Mary Ann Kowaslci discuss poinls ol Linda's recenl painling of a courl iesler. Marcia Rickard lislens inlenlly as Dennis Kyle describes in delail bis painling ol a melancnoly, old woman. Wesf's Ari Club Renovalion marks Wesl's Arl Club lor '66, Re- placing lhe usual club officers is a commillee of live inleresled arl sludenls. Meelings range from discussions willi pasl gradu- ales, now sludying arl, lo visiling llie Cincinnali Ari Exlwibilion. l-larvesl lime finds Arr Club members clecoralively soaping windows in llie Town and Counlry Arl Con- lesl. Below freezing January lemperalures allows The Arl' Club lo sponsor an ice carving conlesl open introduces "ice carnival lo all sclriool sponsored organizalions. Tlwreefliundred pound bloclcs ol ice lalce on new form and exprese sions in llie,Wesl guadrangle. During llie Spring club members liave llwe chance lo furllier llieir lalenls and lo profil from lbem by crealing arl worlc lor a sale and sliowing. l-liglwliglwling llwe year is painler-sculplor Bing Davis who exliibils and leads discussions on his many worlqs of arf including painling, ceramics, and pollery. Fronl Row: Pal Essenpreis, Nina Diclcman, Georgie Tobin, Connie Gibson, Marcia Kyle, Linda l-ledden, Nancy Davis, Kay Maucli, Mr Fred Von Gruenigen Rickard, Gloria Morningslar. Row 2: Debbie Hayes, Mary Ann Kowaslci, Dennis 3 i - 5'f ' 2'21 Fronf Row: Anders Milfon, Linda Pefry, Connie Loop, Linda Howe, Gloria Linfon, Janelle Schierling, Kris MacCagno, Carol Schaffer, Carol James, Morningsfar, Lorie Gumper, Linda Bedwell, Laurie lrvin, Barb Thomas, Judy Melanie Weeks, Row 3: Pamela l-lamilfon, Janef Jordan, Barb Quick, Melissa Gardner, Bonnie Eiforf. Row 2: Nancy McCabe, Judy Slewarf, Sally Andres. Perry, Bill Larnme, Bill Nelson, Drake Ambrosino, Don Srnifh, Carolyn Wheeler, Rufh Thomas, Candy Gray, Anifa Youngman, Cheryl Sfrader, Pam Rogero, Barb Becky Tyler, Evy Sleffens, Tom Leff. AFS sponsors student exchange program American Field Service, a new organizafion af Fairmonf Wesf, affords opporfunifies fo rneef foreign exchange sfudenfs and fo sfimulafe inferesf in fhe program. Early in fhe fall, sfudenfs warmly welcomed Anders Milfon, Fairmonf Wesf's foreign exchange sfudenf from Sweden, af fhe recepfion held in his honor. Given by fhe club and Mr. Paul Wagner, ifs adviser, fhe evenf served fo acguainf Anders wifh his new school. AFS Day found several exchange sfudenfs from fhe area spending fhe day af Fairmonf Wesf and parficipafing in an inferesfing and informafive as- sembly. l-lighlighfing fhe year's acfivifies was an inferesf- ing German movie depicfing life in fhaf counfry. Adding enferfainmenf fo fhe agenda, fhe club spon- sored an affer-game dance. AFS officers Barb Thomas and Don Srnifh review schedule for group acfivify. Barb Linfon, Bonnie Eiforf, foreign exchange sfudenf Anders Milfon, and Pam Rogero discuss infernafional diplomalic relalions. Front Row: Sherrell Henderson, Betty Andres, Rickie Gattney, Linda Zaremski, Pat Rogero, Chris Machle, Bev Swabb, Vicki Singleton, Kathi Horstman, Mrs. Dorothy Milby. Row 2: Judy Stewart, Gloria Morningstar, Cathy Breckenridge, Lori Gumper, Brad Wainwright, Bob Reinert, Gerda Holmstrom, Cindy Bryer, Anne Parker, Linda Petry, Nancy Urban. Row 3: Bonnie Penny, Pam Hendrix, Martie Appleton, Dave Shannon, Tad Zimmerman, Cindy Rawers, Barb Locke, Karen Percitield, Ann Ross, Joyce Appenzeller, Kay Kisling. Row 4: Bill Lamme, Bill Nelson, Drake Ambrosino, Mike O'Rourke, Mark Sinkhorn, Bob Arnott, Ken Downey, Dave Hamilton, John Hutchinson, Alan Meyer, Joe DeHaven, Kayce Mauch. Front Row: Marcia Rickard, Margaret Allen, Melissa Perry. Barb Mahtouz, Barb Quick, Jan Bristow, Donna Taylor, Laurie Connell, Tish Moeller, Carol Chakrian, Sue Ferguson, Sue Howard, Dee Hudson. Row 2: Dale Hayes, Cathy Snyder, Jane Torley, Sherri Milkreit, Jane Allen, Judy Lewber, Gaye Johnson, Becky Tyler, Linda Snyder, Janet Brandt, Nancy Wilkens, Jan Schmalenbergerf Row 3: Tad Claypool, Kipp Kastens, Les Ferguson, Connie Eaton, Helen Beatty, Buzz Brust, Tim Nash, Cheryl Strader, Linda Bedwell, Sherry Hall, Paula Clingman, Bev Foster, Barb Horner, Mrs. Ethelyn McMillan. Row 4: Dave Sachleben, Karen Amand, Greg Allred, Bob Williams, John Fouke, Dick Whittman, George Schierlingf Mike Murtaugh, John Adams, Steve Nelson, Doug Monschke, Dennis Herron, Jim McWhirt. JCOWA generates international enthusiasm One ot the largest organizations on campus, Fair- mont West's chapter ot the Junior Council on World Attairs promotes a more complete knowledge ot world attairs. ln addition to the monthly meetings, JCOWA sponsors a Mock General Assembly, a high school institute, and a spring study tour. During United Nations week in October, the group tocused their attention on activities commemorating the tounding ot the U.N. Highlight ot the year was a hootenanny earning S200 tor the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund. 'X' .1-'-we 1 'W JCOWA officers: Melanie Weeks, Historianq Marcia Rickard, Secretary: Bill Lamme, Vice Presidentg Patti Kirk, Point Secretary: Chris Root, Treasurer: discuss Atrica, a crucial trouble spot tor problems involving world attairs. ll3 Fronl' ROW! Jim Wick, TOVY1 Zipi. Jack BFOUQTWTOH, B05 BUFFOWS, Bill Bradford, Bill Wilson, Les Murray, Gene Baker, Milce Coleman, Earl Phillips, Ron Zarem- Fred Rowland, Roger Parks, Tom Kohl, Don Howard, Mark Shoemacher. Row 2: Ski, Don Harlow, Tom Madliger, Jae Fiedler, Versatile letter-men symbolize Varsity " " Top aThleTes in inTerscholasTic sporTs aTTain mem- bership in FairmonT WesT's VarsiTy "F" Club. Earn- ing a leTTer Through parTicipaTion in aT leasT one- halT oi a season is The rnaior requiremenT. ThroughouT The year, VarsiTy "F" members Talce an acTive parT in all school TuncTions. Selling pro- grams aT baslceTball games remains a large money- making proiecT oT The club. In The Tall members also sell lcey chains boasTing a TighTing Dragon. New endeavors This year are The TluorescenT bumper- sTiclcers proudly displaying "FairmonT WesT High School." l"losTing a dance aTTer The Colonel WhiTe baslceT- ball game, helped To cheer The spiriTs oT The sTudenT body. Each spring The club members elecT The sTudenT whom They Think has conTribuTed The mosT ouTsTand- ing eTTorTs in aiding The sporTs acTiviTies aT WesT. Receiving a leTTer and an award, This person de- serves much crediT and honor. Viewing hard-earned Trophies are oTTicers Tom Madliger, PresidenT: Joe Fiedler, Vice- President Marlc Shoernacher, SecreTaryq and Ronnie Zaremslci, Treasurer. FronT Row: Gene GilberT, Dana Weaver, PaT Combs, Ron GeTTer, Jim GarliTz, Johnson, STeve YosT, Bob Wiesmann, Kipp KasTens, Dan Maloon, Glen Kershner, Wayne Kimbrell, Tad Claypool, Dave Braun, Ron BarreTT. Bell Nelson, Jim Burr STores. Lynn. Row 2: Dave MalTby, Craig Caywood, MaiT Place, Tom RoThaar, Jim II4 Borh inlramural and inlerscholasric girls' sporrs fall under rhe direclion of Jrhe Girls' Afhlefic Associa- 'I'ion. Fairrnonr Wesl offers all areas of sporrs To girls: field hoclqey, volleyball, gymnasrics, baslcelball, Jrennis, soflball, bowling, archery, fencing, badminion, lable rennis, and rraclc. GAA members accumulafe poinrs as Jrhey parlici- pale in lhe various alhlelic acriviries and lelrers. pins, medals, and lrophies are awarded lo lhose garhering specified numbers of poinls. Funcrions of lhis organizalion are nor limired lo arhlerics, however. Social acriviries include a Chrisr- mas parry, an annual dance, and an end-ol-lhe-year excursion +o Coney Island. Adviser, Miss Carol Forman, organizes club func- Jrions and lceeps poinr records up +o dare. imma!!! GAA board members: Marfha Apple, Judy Sfewarl, Linda Howe, Judy Slaul- As Shirley Girarclor masfers 'rhe high iump, wailing confeslanls show zenbach, and Karen Reed admire awards symbolizing GAA achievement lheirenlhusiasm lorinlramural lraclc evenls. Afhlefc cle el e t s thr h GAA Fronf Row: Linda Zaremslci, Marry l-lulchinson, Bonnie Penny, Row 3: Barb Thomas, Linda Williams, Karen Amand, Karen Sue Wogarnan. Row 2: Sue Bulclce, Linda Howe, Sharon Flllwdiefi Key Forslholl, Debbie Humphreys. l-lanauer, Viclci Dooley, Carolyn Clifford, Linda Snyder. Fronf Row: Janie Wiesman, Kafhi Horsfrnan, Bonnie Penny, Linda Snyder, Janef Brandf, Leesa Per- naveau, Jan Schuerholz, Diane Dolfman, Sue Bufcke. Row 2: Bonnie Eiforf, Sherri Vyszenski, Jane Biddle, Carol James, Marfie Applefon, Mary Jo Beqley, Paf Deck, Judy Sfewarf, Candy Gray, Ann Sulfzbach. Row 3: Kay Forsfhoff, Dennis Herron, Bill Wick, Drake Ambrosino, Tom Zipf, Rick Behm, Sfeve Miller, Nancy Gilberf. Row 4: Marfin Holsinger, Tom Brewer, Mike Murfaugh, Arlin Greber, Bill Lamme. Bill Nelson. Wesf's NFL-leading chapfer in WOL Consisfing of one hundred fhree members, Fair- monf Wesf's League has been for many years fhe leading chapfer in wesfern Ohio. Membership ree guiring fwenfy-five poinfs may be earned in service, speaking before adulf groups and in Safurday com- pefifion. individual confesfanfs compefe in inferprefafions: humorous, dramafic, and oraforical: in original ora- fory, and exfemporaneous. Brill Lemme, Secrefary: Dick Wiffman, Treasurer: Doug Hink- ley, Vice-Presidenf, and Bill Nelson, Presidenf, agree fhaf NFL culfivafes fufure leaders. Fronf Row: Kafhy Sfone, Andrea Bufler, Terry Hively, Nancy Wilkins, Shari Lovelace, Linda Hed- den, Mary Ann Kowaski. Laurie lrvin. Row 2: Tim Roach, Jon Schonsheck, Dave Shulfheis, Dee Hudson, Karen Dichfer. Leslie Neff. Susy Dickinson. Carolyn Clifford. Row 3: Rick Hippie. Boyd Glascock, John MacBain, Lucy Balonier, Dick Wiffman, Doug Hinkley, Dain DeVeny. Row 4: Chuck Higgins, Richard Bishop. Greg Coulles, Anders Milfon. Sieve Schmidf. fwfr-, From' Row: Kaihy Sione. Candy Gray. Linde Hedden. Vyszenski, Bill Wick, Diane Doliman. Row 41 Tim Roach, ROW 25 Andrea Builer. Pal' Defllf. Barb Knipp, CGHWY Merlin I-lolsinqer, Dale Hayes, Doug Monschlce, Doug Jo French, Dee Hudson, Janie Wiesmann. Row 3: Beih Hinlfley, Torn Brewer, John Schonsheclc, Diclc Wiliman. National Thespian Society advances clramatics Membership in Fairmonl Wesi's Nalional Thespian Socieiy is open io iuniors and seniors who have ace Cumulaied len poinis by parlicipaiion in various areas ol dramaiic produciions including lighiinq, malceeup, siege-crail, and direciion, as well as worlc done in ihe glow of 'the iooilighis. Under lhe well-guided sponsorship of Miss Leah Funlc and Mr. Joseph Kuldau, 'rhe Naiional Thespian Sociely sirives lo cullivaie excellence and inleresi in ihe dramalic arls. l Bill Nelson, Brad Ridenour, and Jan Schuerholz discover lhal long hours oi' play praciice and devolion io work bring lasiing rewards. II7 Froni' Row: Denny Herron, Dick Wiriman, Jane Biddle, Sandy Grice, Ken? Karhy Medford, Beih Nolan, Mary Cross, Dee Hudson. Row 3: Jim Urzinger Bradford, Kaihy Day Karen Riichie, Pai Deck, Karen Fiizwaier, Phyllis Price, Ken Clark, Bill Lamme, Doug Monschke. Floyd Elmore, Mariin l-lolsinger, Doug Larry Holdin, Jim Wick. Row 2: Mary Ann Kowaski, Gloria Morningsfar, Hinkley, Judy Blome, Jim Lynn, Bob Williams, Bill Koller, Bob Ellis. Nancie Fisher, Barb Essenpreis Nancy Brumfiel, Donna Karns, Barb Rheuble, Torch cmd Keystone marks highest honor Torch and Keyslone designaies Fairmoni Wesi's chapler of Nafional Honor Sociely. Faculiy chooses Barbara Essenpreis ioyiully accepis, as aciive member, Nancie Fisher, l'T1eI'Y1LDer'S of rhe Or'Qal'liZGl'iOr1 in COr'1'l:OFrT1ily Wil'l'1 "+aps"her for membership in lhe Nafional Honor Socie+y. rules esifablished by Hqe Nafional Associafion of Secondary School Principals. Basing eligibiliiy on excellence in scholarship, leadership, service and characrer, membership ro Jrhis esieemed group is guire an honor. Torch and Keysione members remain acrive rhroughoui The year wiih numerous and wide-spread proiecis. Appearing on WLW-TV's "Teen Scene" presenied a challenge in which Wesi finished vic- Jroriously. l-lighlighiing rhe acfiviries are The Chrisr- mas pariy and 'rhe annual picnic held each spring. Enioying a welcome momenf of friendly discussion befween sludies are Torch and Keysione officers, Ed Kalai, Treasurer: Lynn G-irfon, Secreiary: Joe Fiedler, Vice-President and Bill Lemme, President A T ..Z. . A i T .ss ll8 Recognizing individual eTTorT and ouTsTanding per- Tormance in The Tield oT journalism, WesT's publica- caTions boasT Ten sTudenTs who are members in Quill and Scroll. To be eligible, The sTudenT musT be in The upper one-Third oT his class, and have done disTincTive worlc in some phase oT high school journal- ism. Ranking wiTh oTher honored journalisTs, local mem- bers have excelled in The ediTorial, liTerary, business, and arT deparTmenTs oT The Dragon and The Dragon Tales. WesT's chapTer now Tollows The procedure oT nominaTing juniors as well as seniors Tor membership. Quill and Scroll encourages and rewards individual achievemenT in journalism and allied Tields by oTTer- ing granTs-in-aid and scholarships Tor sTudenTs who inTend To pursue journalism as Their vocaTion. nr my jjjjjj ,liar jjjj A ijjjlg. . jj 1.,s J U A .... 2 7'1"i',gi,.fff ,ii S Fw 9-it .T from P' ,fi.f"h ssiss Q .ZAar.. so an Second year members, BeTh Nolan and Barb Essenpreis, add Tinal Touches To j The Table decoraTions Tor The annual Quill and Scroll inducTion dinner. Janie Wiesman and KaThy STone prepare inviTaTions To be senT ouT To Those sTudenTs who are eligible Tor Quill and Scroll. Quill and Scroll rewards iournalisfic efforts Members oT Quill and Scroll are KaThy STone, Gloria MorningsTar, Janie Wiesman, BeTh Nolan, Barbara Essenpreis, Judy Blame, and Mary Green. Fl f .ew :1:, - we--A Editor, Jim Barnes. carefully instructs Kathy Stone on one of her page layouts. Photography can be iun agree Rick Hippie and assistant John Walker, Junior Prom magazine, student directories Comparing notes and deciding on the appropriate copy are Sharon Moore, Bobbie Probst, Pam Little. and Dan Spaiir. 1 I pg--r I V 3 EdiTing a school paper is a greaT responsibiliTy Tor all Those involved. Playing a maior role, iT is The main link beTween sTudenTs and currenT news iTems. Published bi-monThly Dragon Tales keeps sTudenTs up-To-daTe on club acTiviTies, academic honors, and aThleTic evenTs. ConducTing inTeresTing opinion polls reveals many humorous TacTs abouT people on WesT's campus. ArTicles such as Spirogyra add varieTy To The paper. lnTormaTive lead sTories relaTe imporTanT evenTs in deTail. LeTTers To The EcliTor provide The greaTly needed opporTuniTy Tor sTudenTs To air Their ideas and opinions. Producing a Tine paper Takes Time as well as money. FourTh period Tinds all sTaTT members work- ing diligenTly To meeT deadlines. Selling adverTise- menTs oTTers The perTecT chance To gain money Tor sTaTT expenses. STudenT Teacher, Mrs. Joan Blackledge waTches approvingly as Mrs. Joyce Gerber checks lisTs of adverTisemenTs. complete sales campaign for newspaper staff Edifors' Heads benT, Jill MunTon, T-lolli KnighT, Karen ValiqueTTe, and Tim Roach consTanTly work To meeT Their deadlines. Craig Caywoocl and Doug Hinkley assisl edilorial edilor, Jim Beebe, in wriling arlicles inlereslinq lo The enlire sludenl circulalion. sf? - ff -1-'sw-911' Qszf Kalliy Dixon, Diane Dollman and Barb Quick scan newspapers for new fealure concepls lo gain new readers for "Dragon Tales." Dragon Tales wins first place trophy for Page edifors: Pal Essenpreis, Mary Green, Bill Wiclc, and Jill Bloomer realize flue Telephone is indispensable ilem in keeping Wes+'s slalf running smoolhly. Workers of sundry talents till the positions in both the editorial and advertising staffs. Latest in- formation on academic lwonors, club news or athletic events, vividly reflect life on West's campus. Dragon Tales sponsored a safety contest, an alter- game dance, and two assemblies. Former Dayton radio air scout, Russ Guerra, proved to be an ex- cellent speaker, captivating both student body and faculty. Otlner newspaper proiects are the production of student directories and distribution of city-wide Junior Prom magazine. 3 I iiii 'i'r' W fafv wr --Yf"' QSAXVT7:ii'ii1,:..5:p1iag,LL:z,,1,sa I -. 3 a I sa is 5 M VzbV M ,,., , 3 J -, dd J. '- -f-'i ' I I t l - 9 1 Q W, , ' I . Leslie Neff, artist: Pat Essenpreis, girls sports editor: and Linda Holderman, copy reader: agree on several piclures to complete page layout for future Dragon Tales. promoting safety in greater Dayton area Patty Kirk admiringly approves sketches of the sfaff artists, Janie Weismann and Leslie Neff. ,.,,....w.f.w--My-QQ,-5 ' - rf' - -f-' . . , ag. ,..... K gygg V ,.....,..,...,f -N - I ' A . I pf , 26 sm-Q-www -.. , .i.c,...,,f-f:-vi l, . , - " ' " "M v-'IM' Faculty and academics staff, Martin l-lolsinger, Sandy Finley Sue Bulclce, and Karen Ritchie find efficiency can only be achieved by working together as a team. Tlme, talent, cmd tedious work produce pride "Each colored bloclc indicates another completed page," say elated business staff members Sharon Balderson, Linda Fox, and Carol Harlow. "Over 600 families in The KeTTering area conTribuTed To The success of The Dragon by supporTing The Parenl' PaTron sec- Tion," reads Beverly Riner To oTher business sTaTT members: Barbara Law, Sue Maeder and business manager Judy Blome. in accomplishment of award-winning Dragon PhoTo-iournalism in a school oT l6OO sTudenTs in- volves The paTience, TacT, and rapporT oT all oT iT's 36 sTaTT members. MonThs OT hard worlc conTribuTe To The producTion and success oT The I966 Dragon. ATTer a period ol orienTaTion, sTaTT members be- gan To plan layouTs and To design The Thumbnail dummy which was To serve as a guide Tor The year's acTiviTies. Challenged by The "Triple-crown" won by The l965 yearbook lAll-American, A+, and lvledalisTT The currenT sTaTT worked diligenTly To compile a record which would be equally inTeresTing and correcT. Aided by The members oT Logan STudios, The sTudenTs mainTained a very Tedious picTure schedule. MeeTing early deadlines To Taylor Publishing Company enabled sTaTT members To gain The colored-end sheeTs wiThouT exTra cosT. Scheduling picTures, selling adverTising, planning layouTs, selling subscripTions, and geTTing TacTual in- TormaTion consTiTuTe buT a Tew oT The necessary Taslcs oT The Dragon sTaTT. SporTs ediTor Jim Twohig, Tlanked by assisTanTs Terry l-lively and Mark Shoemacher, discusses over-all Team sTandings Tor WesT's compeTiTion in WesTern Ohio League. l25 -fr P CapiTalizing on a successTul S7000 adverTising campaign made possible by The co-operaTion oT merchanTs in The greaTer-DayTon area, sTaTT mem- bers compile The 3l2-page record oT The evenTs OT The school year. FairmonT WesT's yearbook is virTually a pre-paid publicaTion wiTh Tunds being deposiTed Tor paymenT oT The yearbook in SepTember. Revenue Trom The dividends oT This invesTmenT permiTs The sTaTT more TlexibiliTy in The use oT color and oTher TeaTures. De- sign oT The yearbook is original wiTh The work being done by The sTuclenT sTaTT and iTs adviser Mrs. Jane E. Nolan. In addiTion To giving OT himselT. his TalenTs, and his co-operaTion, each sTaTT member musT represenT his school and iTs consTiTuenTs wiTh diplomacy. Choosing picTures for acTiviTies provides a chance Tor Tun agree Barb Knipp, Linda Zaremslci. and Nancy Balis. Hard working 1966 Dragon staff attains is f- fl Donna Wenriclr, Janel King, Holly Saul, and Marry Appleron find proofing class-seclion friplicales requires leamworlc. S7000 in yearbook advertising campaign Reviewing several pages in 'line new "dummy" are adverfisinq Acquiring flwe slcills of lhe scale-o-graph provides invaluable experience for manager Marfha Apple, Mrs. Jane Nolan. and Connie organizafions siaif Beih Nolan, Paul Gruner, Laurie lrvin, ancl Mary Ann Kowaslci. Eafom, edilar, Fx' A+ The he-arr ol all school aclivilies is The ACADEMIC program. Fairmonl Wes+'s broad curriculum enables each individual lo malure and develop his lalenrs in his own way. Programs in rnalhemalics, nalural and social sciences, and languages, combined wilh courses in lhe aeslhelics and vocalrional inleresls, conslilule Jrhe loundalion from which Wesfs sludenlrs achieve such high scholaslic sfandings. Knowledge of a cullure olher Jrhan one's own is oblained lhrough a foreign exchange sludenl. These courses and opporlunilies, in lhe hands of an exlremely capable adminislrarion, offer srudenls Jrhe opporlunily To oblain lhe ullimale in high school eclucalion. ik . "' ii, Elk- wmwwgjwmww ,ann N. OK W' 4 3- '? If , .df A- -un1i1i'i"" Comprehemsive insfrucfion En power mechanics offers sfudenfs Mark Sclwuessler, Ronnie Fisher, Sam Caudlll, Ronde Urod, and Denrds Ribas an opporfumlfy fo Naam the complexlfies of an euiomobile. ' ACADEMICS ' ACADEMICS ' ACADEM K' ' SEMI-FlNAl.lSTS-Seated: Mr. Paul Wagner, Karen Ritchie, Martin l-lolsinqer, man, Joe Fiedler, Jim Barnes, Marc Holley. Not Pictured: Mary Cross. Doug l-linkley. Standing: Doug Leonard, Tom Stork, Dain DeVeny, Dick Witt- Fairmont est leads area in National Merit LETTERS OF COMMENDATION-Front Row: Jan Binning. Slwarorl HGHGUGF. Heller. Second Row: Jim Mullen, Ken Clark, Bill Lamme, Dale Hayes, Doug Pat Deck, Lynn Girton, Linda l-leclden, Denny l-lerron, Marcia Rickard, Barb Mongglqke, Bob Williamg, Mike Rayburn, Bglg, Pgmme, I30 AwaiTing Their Turns To presenT Prince oT Peace declamaTions Bonnie EiTorT, STeve Miller, and Linda Snyder appear appre hensive while lisTening To ConTesTanT Nancy McCabe. Semifinalisfs PairmonT WesT's sTudenT body has demonsTraTed This year ThaT iT possesses noT only spiriT buT also a high degree oT inTelligence. As Juniors, some 236 oT The presenT graduaTing class Toolc The NaTional lv1eriT Scholarship Qualiifying TesTq oT This number, 27 had scores which were high enough To receive recogni- Tion. Eleven oT These sTudenTs were semiTinalisTsg This represenTed a greaTer number Than achieved by any oTher school in The area. Senior Douglas l-linlcley was a semiTinalisT in The annual TesT sponsored by The NaTional Council OT Teachers oT English, enabling him To be recommend- ed Tor scholarships To every college in The UniTed STaTes. PurTher language honors were won by Bonnie EiTorT, Nancy McCabe, STeven Miller, and Linda Snider, who were TinalisTs in The Prince oT Peace compeTiTion in The DayTon-KeTTering area. Bonnie EiTorT won TirsT place aT The disTricT Prince OT Peace conTesT, which won Tor her a Trip To WashingTon, D. C. r my s e Senior Bill Lamme will spend Two monThs in Turkey This summer as The winner of The l-luTT'man FoundaTion Junior Ambassador award. BeTh Nolan's original oraTion, "The Teen-Age Challenge" placed Third in The FuTure Business Leaders oT America sTaTe-speech compeTiTion. Receiving The highesT score among local senior girls, Sharon T'lanauer's TesT in The BeTTy Crocker FuTure Home-Maker Award conTesT enabled her To represenT FairmonT WesT in The STaTe compeTiTion Tor a S500 scholarship. Bill Lamme's Selection Junior Ambassador Bill Lamme's selecTion as DayTon area Junior Am- bassador gave This well-known senior a Trip To Tur- key This Summer under The auspices oT The DayTon Council on World ATTairs. l-le was selecTed on a basis oT superior scholarship, service and ciTizenship. Lamme was noT The only sTudenT To be honored Tor knowledge oT his counTryg Lynn GirTon was recog- nized hy The DaughTers oT The American RevoluTion, and Nancie Fisher received The La SerToma ciTizen- ship award. ln an area "closer To home," Three girls were selecTed as The school's Top homemakers: Karen Childress and LaDonna Karns compeTed in The Day- Ton Power and LighT Company compeTiTion7 Sharon l-lanauer was chosen Through The BeTTy Crocker compeTiTive TesT. l'lonors awarded WesT's sTudenTs in The second semesTer amply demonsTraTed Their superioriTy in looTh Toreign and domesTic rnaTTers. Compeiing in a fesl and essay conlesl, Lynn Girlon won llne local D.A.R. award. :H .45 5 f Winner of LaSer'roma Cirizenship Award Ceniral Uni? senior Nancie Fisher, realizes +l'ie imporlance of leadership qualifies ue to trade morfarboarcl for Turkish Fez X KN S . .X Preparing a full-course meal for flweir compeiifion in The Junior Home-Maker Award, Karen Cilwildress and l.aDonna Karnes fry lasry recipes. -am Q 5? f:f:f f:: -s S sw I33 .s Mr. L. l-loward Flatter, Mr. John Lucas, Dr. Maurice Wogarnan, Mr. Chester the administration ot a school system as diversitied and as large as Kettering. Roush, and Mr. Clarlc Haines tind they enioy the responsibility ot supervising Superintendent and staff oversee functions WaQ:ff'Sv Mr. Chester A. Roush Mr. Chester A. Roush, superintendent ot the Kettering school system tor the seventh year, is one ot the most well-qualitied administrators in the state ot Ohio. Atter receiving his Bachelor ot Science in second- ary education, Mr. Roush went on to the University ot Wisconsin and there received his Master ot Science. l-le then continued graduate worlc at Miami University and at Colorado State University. l-le taught and coached at Fairmont and else- where betore becoming superintendent. Mr. Roush is a member ot Phi Delta Kappa, the National l-lonor Society. For recreation Mr. Roush turns to sports, music, and boolcs. l-le is very active in church and commun- ity attairs. Last year he was tortunate to be selected tor a monthflong tour ot the Soviet Union which evaluated the methodology, content, and achieve- ment ot Soviet education. I34 Mr. and Mrs. Roland Mehl and Mr. Chester Roush show impartiality as they watch their tavorite teams Fairmont West and Fairmont East meet on the gridiron. 1' . maven A 1' ' .K F? , , ' l 4? s., WJ? Front Row: Mr. John Bowden: Mr. Robert Krebs: Mr. Robert Ferguson, President: Mrs. Bertha Weist, Clerk-Treasurer. Row 2: Mr. Ray Hoetling: Mr. Robert Oxiey, Vice-President: Mr. Roger Parks: Mrs. Winiti-aft Fiaftlpr of rapidly growing Kettering school system Four men head the administrative statt ot the Kettering schooi system. Responsibiiities include such important duties as maintaining the best teach- ers, organizing student guidance programs, co- ordinating and directing teaching methods, and pro- viding necessary taciiities tor learning. MR. CLARK HAINES, Director ot Personnel and Community Relations- Univ. ot Cincinnati, B.M.: Ohio State Univ., M.A.: Miami Univ. MR. L. HOWARD FLATTER, Assistant Superin- tendent in charge ot Curriculum-Wittenberg Univ., B.S., M.A.: Case Inst. ot Tech.: Miami Univ. MR. JOHN LUCAS, Assistant Superintendent in charge ot Business-Ohio State Univ., B.S., ' Ed., M.A. in Ed.: Miami Univ. DR. MAURICE WOGAMAN, Assistant Superin- tendent in charge ot Pupil Personnel-Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Ed., M.A.: Indiana Univ., Ed.D. Members ot the Board ot Education are elected by the citizens ot Kettering to oversee the progress made by the school system and to solve any curric- ular probiems which may arise. Retiring trom the Board atter twenty years ot service is Mr. Robert Krebs. .9-nl? ll'i se g it i 1 , i ,. A L F R E D BOLENDER. Principal-Univ. ot Cin- cinnati, B.S. in Ed.: Morehead State Teach- ers College, M.A.: Mia- mi Univ. PAUL WAGNER, Assist- ant Principal - DePauw Univ., A.B.: Miami Univ.: Ohio State Univ.: Indiana Univ., M.S. l-lead ot the guidance and counseling department, assistant principal Mr. Paul Wagner, has a triendly smile which is a source ot encouragement to students. Capable principals guide students ancl faculty Mr. Altred Bolender, I965 president ot Kettering Kiwanis Club, agrees interest in civic attairs is important to both school and community. S Fairmont West is tortunate to have two such cap- able and dedicated administrators tor its principals. Mr. Altred Bolender and- Mr, Paul Wagner are re- S X sponsible tor coordinating the activities ot the school and also tor maintaining its public relations. They are both active in community attairs and serve the school well as its representatives in the Kettering area. Mr. Bolender, who recently served as president ot the Kettering Kiwanis Club is assisted in his school 3 its responsibilities by Mr. Wagner, who takes charge ot the guidance and testing programs, as well as serving as adviser to Torch and Keystone, West's chapter ot the National l-lonor Society. Friendly attitudes toward the students and true dedication in their capacities help our principals to "make West the best." Mr. Charles Ramey and John Yaies discuss imporlance oi luiure educalion. along scholastic lines Nancy Porler, sludenl secreiary, aids unil supervisor, Mr. Ric Sullzbach, in ihe serious business oi operaiing lhe Wesi unii. CHARLES RAMEY, Easl Unii Supervisor-Univ. ol Cincinnaii, B.S.7 Univ. of Kenluclcyg Miami Univ., M.S. JAMES ROBlNSON, Ceniral Unil Supervisor- Easlern Kenluclcy Slale College, BS.: Univ. ol Kenluclqy, M.A.g Miami Univ. RICHARD SULTZBACH, Wesl Unil Supervisor- Wiilenberg Univ., A.B.7 Univ. ol Michigan, M.A.g Ohio Siale Univ.: Wrighi Slale Univ. Dave Graham, Scoll Heywood, and Mr. James Robinson decide rearrange schedules io assure more comprehensive seleclion. S ri" E Fairmoni Wesl, because of ils campus-siyle con- m?,: , slruclion, is divided inlo Three academic unils. Siu- i denls assigned lo each unil remain in lhe building - - - sss ' i.. if i for home room period and for academic sublecis. E - Unil offices mainlain records lor convenience. T 'iii ii" i iiii Division of lhe school inio uniis necessiiales unil supervisors lo oversee ihe adminislralion ol ihe buildings. These individuals have charge ol keeping ihe records, ol mainlaining sludeni-lacully rela- lions, and ol supervising-'Teachers assigned lo lhe respeclive unils. Unil supervisors acl as coordina- iors ol each ol lhe Jrhree small schools wilhin a school. Division of responsibililies inlo unils provides an opporlunily lor lhe sludenls 'ro have a closer con- lacl wilh 'rhe adminislralion of The school. hard lo BETTY GOETCH EUS Main Office CHARLOTTE ROBINSON Main Office JEAN THOMAS Main Office Mrs. Charloffe Robinson, secrefary fo Mr. Bolender, helps Dee Hudson fo beffer undersfand fhe infricafe workings of a high school. Secretaries keep schedule running smoothlyp Eairmonf Wesf's exfensive curriculum and acfivi- fies require efficienf secrefaries fo lighfen fhe load of adminisfrafion and faculfy. Sfudenfs find secre- faries courfeous and helpful in finding answers fo fheir many quesfions. EVELYNE BROWN , Main office secrefaries, Mrs. Charloffe Robinson Cenfral Unif and Mrs. Beffy Goefcheus. aid Principal Mr. Alfred Bolender and Mr. Paul Wagner. Mrs. Jean Thomas, looolclceeper, sees fhaf all financial records are ac- curafe. These fhree capable individuals help malce fhe faslc of running a large school operafe more smoofhly. Unif secrefaries: Mrs. Laura Sfuclcey, Easfg Mrs. Evelyne Brown, Cenfralg and Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson, Wesfg mainfain records on each of fhe sfudenfs in her unif. Some of fhe daily iobs of unif secrefaries EVE-YN SORENSON include announcemenfs, direcfions, duplicafed mafer- Wesf Umf ial, scholarship sign-ups, summer school informafion, LAURA STUCKEY fardy blanks, and franscripfs. EGST Unll Eairmonf Wesf's six office secrefaries offer valu- able services fo bofh fhe adminisfrafion and fhe sfudenf body. All recognize fheir well-frained efficiency and appreciafe fheir courfeous assisfance. RUTH ANDERSON Mary Ann Kowaski discusses college and scholarship plans with Mrs. Mary Carr, East Unit guidance counselor. Hastings College, B.A.: Ohio State Univ., M.A.: Columbia Univ.: Michi- gan State Univ.: Ohio U n iv.: Wittenberg Univ.: Miami Univ.- Guidance Counselor. Hobbies: R e a d in g, Photography. CHARLES BROWN - Bradley Univ., B.S., M.S.: Ohio Univ.: West Virginia Univ.-Guid- ance Counselor. Hob- bies: Bowling, Traveling, Woodworking. MARY CARR-Univ. ot Dayton, B.S., M.S.- Guidance Counselor. Club: Sophomore Class Adviser. Hobbies: Trav- el, Gardening. JEANNE FUNKHOUSER -Indiana Univ., B.S.. M.S.-Guidance Coun- selor. Club: Hepster Pepster. Hobbies: Fish- ing, Reading, Bowling. guidance services aid student development Guidance services assist individual student to malce the most ot his own abilities and opportunities while in school. Each unit at West has two counsel- ors ready to help each member ot the student body. Selection ot courses and program planning are important decisions tor each student. Counselors ad- vise concerning these choices. ln sophomore and iunior years, group instruction helps to prepare the student to select a vocational tield, be a better student, choose a school or college more wisely, and achieve greater personal satistac- tion. Bulletins and catalogues may be borrowed to aid student and his parents in selecting schools and colleges. lntormation about iob applications, college admission, and scholarships is one ot the many ser- vices provided by West's well-trained counselors. Standardized tests tor mental ability, aptitudes. interests, and achievement play an important part in the guidance program. This is the tirst year tor an individual assistance class at Fairmont West. Mr. Thomas Neal instructs these students helping each to learn and to advance. THOMAS NEAL - Rio Grande College, B.S.: Miami Univ.: Xavier Univ.-Individual As- sistance. Hobby: Golt. JAMES SIMS-Murray State College, B.S.: ln- diana Univ., M.A. - Guidance Counselor. Club: Junior Class Ad- viser. Hobbies: Bridge, Photography, Reading. RICHARD WEST- Springtield Co!Iege,B.S.q Ohio State Univ., M.A. -Guidance Counselor. CINDORELLA ABELL-WilmingTon College, A. B., B.S.g Miami Univ.-English. Club: Y-Teens. Hob- bies: Reading, Camping. JUDY DEARBAUGH-Univ. oT Toledo, BA.- Qes-M English. Hobbies: Bridge, Reading. RICHARD DICKEY-Wisconsin STaTe Univ., BS.- English. Hobbies: Eishing, HunTing. RUTH EVANS-WesT ChesTer Teachers College, BS.: New Yorlc Univ.: Univ. oT Virginia-English. Club: Torch and KeysTone. Hobbies: Reading, Coolcing, Elower Gardening. LEAH EUNCK-Ohio STaTe Univ., BS., MA.-Speech, English. Clubs. NaTional Eorensic League, Thespian. Hobbies: Reading, Music, Sewing. Wesfonians gain valuable knowledge and Considering The hecTic pace oT Today's compli- caTed world, sound communicaTions among peoples monT WesT's English DeparTmenT places special emphasis on developing The abiliTy To communicaTe in each OT iTs sTudenTs. Mrs. RuTh Evans, English CoordinaTor, sTresses The imporTance oT learning To spealc and wriTe clearly and inTelligenTly. Through The use oT new English boolcs which conTain valuable secTions covering cor- recT language usage and puncTuaTion and consTanT pracTice in composiTion, These slcills become more valuable and applicable To daily use. EsTablishing good reading habiTs is also an essenTial parT OT The well-rounded English program. Each grade level has a lisT oT suggesTed reading maTerials. By exploring some oT The possibiliTies on The lisTs, sTudenTs develop TasTes in various areas oT liTeraTure. ln class, Teachers noT only aid sTudenTs in being criTical oT whaT They read, buT also show Them how They, Too, can wriTe creaTively. Sophomore Debbie McMillan Tinds The TaciliTies OT The library ideal, when doing research Tor an English Theme. I40 oT all naTions become increasingly imporTanT. Eair- i l Mrs. Ruth Evans, English Coordinator, shows Laurie lrvin and Sue Butclie some ot the new materials neecled each year to lceep the curriculum interesting and up-to-date. motivation through communication studies Doug Hinkley, Martin t-lolsinger. Ken Clark and Sandy Smith tinci English literature an exciting challenge to seniors. JOYCE GERBER-West Virginia University, MA.: Victoria College: Wright Univ.-English, Journalism. Club: Newse paper, Quill ancl Scroll. l-lobbies: Sewing, Paint- ing, Enameling, Ceram- ics. EILEEN GOWDY-Ohio State Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ.-English. Club: Sophomore Class Ad- viser. RUTH l-IEITZMAN-Bowi ing Green Univ., BS.: Univ. ot Southern Calit., MA.: Miami Univ.: Utah State Univ.-Eng- lish. l-lobbies: Music, Reading, Traveling. ! R O B E R T l'l l l. D R ET l-l - ' ,M cedsfviiie College, BS.: 4Miami Univ.- . R fi English. Clubs: Sopho- 'R ggi more Class Adviser. ANNA HILLER-Manchesfer College, B.A.g Miami Univ., M.A.-English. Hobbies: Sewing, Taperecording. JOSEPH KULDAU-Heidelberg College, B.A.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.- Speech, English. Club: Nafional Forensic League, Thespians. Hobbies: Professional Presfidigifafor. DAVID MOORE-Bowling Green Univ., BS., Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.- English. Club: Youfh for Chrisf. Hobbies: Reading, Drama, Travel, Music Bowling, Philafely. MARGARET ROONEY-Ohio Sfafe Univ., BS.: Univ. of Wisconsin, M.A.- English. Clubs: Senior Class Adviser, Classical Music. Hobbies: Reading, Travel, Music, Theafre. Fame of Fairmonfs forensics is constant Mr. George Tarzinski and Nancy Music agree fhaf learning beffer English is definifely an enioyable experience. Wes+'s oufsfanding speech deparfmenf is, once again, esfablishing high sfandards of performance. Under fhe direcfion of Miss Leah Funlc and Mr. Joseph Kuldau, speech and debafe are carrying on Wes+'s excellenf repufafion for superior forensics in a fri-sfafe area. Throughouf fhe year, members of The fwo speech organizafions, fhe Nafional Eorensic League and Thespians, are called upon fo perform for various school funcfions. Jezebel, wriffen by Miss Eunclc and given as fhe senior class play, will long be re- membered af Wesf as one of ifs finesf producfions. Speech and olebafe feams Jrravel fo various high schools fo compefe. Team members are sfudenfs who express a desire and falenf fo compefe. ln Junior English classes which combine English funda- menfals and speech or debafe, sfudenfs learn fo apply fhe principles of speech and debafe fo every- day sifuafions. To qualify for These classes, a sfudenf musf have mainfained a B average or beffer in Eng- lish during his sophomore year. DAVID SMITH-Miami Univ., B.E.A.: Siafe Univ. of lowa, M.F.A.: Univ. of Daylon- English. Hobbies: Painling, Hislory, Archileclure. EUGENE SMITH-S+. Mary's College, A.B.: Marguelle Univ., M.A.: Norihweslern Univ.-English, Speech. Hobbies: Golf, Fishing, Reading. GEORGE ,TARZINSKI-Pan son's College, B.A.: Univ. of Daylon-English. Club: Hi-Y. Hobbies: lchlhyology, Reading. STEPHEN VOGLER-Ohio Slale Univ., B.E.A.: Miami Univ.: Mexico Cily College -English. Clubs: Crealive Wrilers, Wise Fools. Hob- bies: Wriling, Oil Painling, Aslronomy. 0 Bonnie Penny, one of Mr. Joseph Kuldau's fines? speech siudenls, demonslrales her humor lalenls. Miss Leah Funclc's clebaie class lisfens To 'lapes of award- winning debaies which help lhem improve lechniques. Miss Merrilla Davis lisfens afleniively as one of her Laiin sfudenfs, Jane? Kempfer, asks aboul an assignment Miss Mary Belle Warren shares her 'travel experiences wilh her French sfudenis as she exhibils fondue forks which she oblained while reaching in Swilzerland. Language study increases JOAN BURNS-Bowling Green Univ., BS.: Monfclair Slafe Teachers Col- lege: Miami Univ.-French, Lalin. Club: Laiin. l-lobbies: Travel, Swim- ming. MAURICE CONN-Ohio Sfale Univ., BS., Mexico Cily College-Spanish. Club: Spanish. l-lobbies: Travel, Reading, Hunling, Pholography. MERRILLA DAVIS-Ohio Slale Univ., BA., BS., M.A.-Lalin, Spanish. Club:La+in. CHRISTINE DEISHER-Indiana Slale Univ., AB.: Ohio Slale Univ.- French. Club: French. Hobbies: Traveling, Swimming. LEE RISLEY-Kenyon College, A.B.: Johns Hopkins Univ., M.A.T.-German. Clubs: German, Chess and Bridge. Hobbies: Walk- ing, Foreign ATTairs. MARY BELLE WARREN-Union Univ., B.A., Univ. oi Tennessee, M.A.7 Sorbonnep Univ. oT KenTuckyg Ohio STaTe Univ.: VanderbilT Univ.-French. Clubs: French, FuTure Teach- ers. Hobbies: Reading, Traveling. STeve Barr appreciaTes The individual aTTenTion given To him by his LaTin Teacher, Mrs. Joan Burns. knowledge of foreign cultures and customs Foreign language sTudy increases undersTanding of boTh our own language and culTure as well as ThaT oT Toreign counTries. FurTher Tields oT sTudy open Tor Those who have knowledge oT anoTher language oThe.r Than English. Courses in French, German, LaTin, and Spanish are available To every sTudenT aT WesT. Language laboraTory TaciliTies aid sTudenT To develop correcT pronunciaTion. SkiTs, songs, and displays help sTu- denTs To beTTer undersTand and enioy The liTe oT people in Toreign naTions. Many FairmonT sTudenTs parTicipaTe in The Foreign Language STudy Tour during The summer monThs. STudenTs gain pracTical applicaTion oT Their knowledge oT language as They visiT Toreign coun- Tries. Today's world siTuaTion makes necessary communi- caTion wiTh peoples oT Toreign counTries. DiTTerenT culTures creaTe diTTerenT ideas and a knowledge of These culTures enables us To undersTand Toreign ac- Tions and decisions which may aTTecT our own way oi liTe. Films and oTher visual aids aid Mr. Lee Risley and his sTudenTs Bob Hager and Tom Bollenbacher, To beTTer undersTand The culTure and The language of The German people BEN ANKNEY-Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Ohio Slafe Univ.: Univ. of Dayfon-Sociology and Civics. Club: Polifical Science. Hobbies: Read- ing, Golf HUGH BROWN-Wiffenberg Univ.: Cedarville College, B.S. in Ed: Cafholic Univ. of America: Xavier Univ.: Univ. of Dayfon-Civics, Sociology, World Geography. Club: Fufure Teachers. Hob- bies: Creafive Wrifing, Reading, Hunfing, Fishing. EREDA CLARK-Easfern Illinois Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Illinois: Illinois Sfafe Univ.--Economics, Sociology. Club: Senior Class Adviser. Hobbies: Gardening, Cooking. LESTER HEISTAND-Heidelberg Univ., B.A.: Miami Univ., lvl.A.-Civics, Sociology, American Hisfory. Club: Senior Class Adviser. Hobbies: Hunfing. ROBERT JANES-Univ. of Dayfon, B.S.-World Hisfory, Civics, Economics. Club: Junior Council on World Affairs. Hobbies: Reading, Sporfs. Social studies - Wesfonicms' key to success Mr. Roberf Janes makes fhe advenfurous days of yore come alive Through his fascinafing world hisfory classes. World evenfs are becoming increasingly more im- porfanf in fhe life of each individual as his world grows smaller and smaller. As fhe leaders of fhe generafion of fomorrow, Wesfonians need fo com- bine a firm knowledge of fhe happenings of fhe pasf wifh a clear percepfion of currenf evenfs. World peace can only be accomplished when fhe people of fhe world learn fo use 'rhe misfakes of former fimes fo avoid blunders in fhe fufure. To achieve beffer relafions wifh one's neighbors. he musf know somefhing of fheir various environ- menfs. World geography nof only feaches fhe area and resources of each counfry, buf also fhe effecfs of fhese facfors upon fhe imporfance of each' coun- fry in world evenfs. If is essenfial fhaf each American fake greaf pride in his counfry. American hisfory makes each iunior aware of his herifage and of fhe pains and innumerable problems which had fo be overcome fo makeifhis counfry as greaf as if is foday by fracing ifs hisfory from ifs simple beginnings in I492, fhrough fhe courageous fighfs for freedom for all men, fo The presenf space program and polifical occurrences sfudenfs gain insighf info pasl' herifage. Civics, sociology, and economics aid sfudenfs in growing info fhe 'rifle "American." in future world signin! OufHeri1nge A MCMILLAN, ETHELYN- Univ. ol Michigan, B.A. in Ed. M.A. in Hislory: American Univ.: Miami Univ.-American His- lory, World Hislory. Club: Junior Council on World Affairs. Hob- bies: Reading, Travel, Cooking. MILBY, DOROTHY - Miami Univ., B.A., M. in Ed.: Univ. of Day- lon-Civics, Sociology, World Hislory. Club: Junior Council on World Affairs. Hob- bies: Anliques, Read- ing. STUCKEY, JOHN - Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Indiana Univ., M.S. in Ed.: Ohio Norllwern Univ.-American His- lory. Hobbies: Alhlel- ics. ZAREMSKI, LOUIS - Ohio Slale Univ., B.S. in Ed., B.A., M.A.: Slale Univ. of lowa-Ameri- can'Hislory. Club: Slu- denl Council. Hobbies: Sporls, Slereo Music. Mr. Hugh Brown's Culfure Fair displays evidence of conlribulions of nafions of flue pas? lo lif- erary and social aclnievemenls of world of loday. Easl Unil American liislory leaclwef. MF- John Sluclcey, explains llwe acquisilion Ol TSXGS- 1-5 r ,,,. , 5 ."ia 5. , my 1 .2-x ,.. QMYS M, V -1' -nnlll"""" 2 DONALD DETRICK-Manclwesier College: Ohio Wesleyan Univ., B.M.- Music-Orclwesira. Hobbies: Camping, Plxoiograplwy. DAVID FINKAM-Capiiol Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ.-Marching Band, Con- cer'r Band. Club: Rl'1y+l1me'Hes. WESLEY HAINES-Wilminglon College, BS.: Miami Univ., M.E.-Con- cerr Band. Hobbies: Sporis, Reading, Playing Music. GENE SEEBERGER-Ohio Siaie Univ., B.S., M.A. in Ed.-Choral Music. Hobby: Tlweaire. Superior fine arts programs evidence of Miss Ruin Busseer, head librarian, cheerfully aids Karen Ri'l'cl1ie in making a wise selecfion for her research paper. in exceptional talent Fairmoni Wesi offers iis siudenis ihe fines? facili- iies available for arf and music. Wes+'s well-rounded program offers innumerable o poriuniiies for boih personal and communiiy enrichimeni. Ari classes in Easi and Wesi uniis provide siudenis wiih opporiuni- iies for gaining knowledge oi various arf forms. This knowledge aids in forming a more inieresiing per- sonaliiy for each individual. Music occupies a greai amouni of iime in Jrhe curricular and exira-curricular aciiviiies ai Wesi. Overwhelming numbers of siudenis pariicipaie in The mixed chorus, girls' chorus, band, orchesira and Rhyihmeiies. Wesi's ouisiancling musical produc- iions, such as Damn Yankees igiven in April io a capaciiy crowdl, conceris ieaiuring guesi ariisis such as Joy Clemenis fsoloisi wiih ihe Meiropoliian Operal and various oiher superior programs help To develop an invaluable appreciaiion of fine music in each of iis siudenis. Besides promoiing culiure Through arf and music, Wesi encourages Jrhe seleciion of excelleni reading maierials by mainiaining one of 'rhe iinesi libraries in ihe siaie. Reference books, which cover all areas of research, as well as periodicals, documeniaries. and an ouisianding seleciion of boolcs for hours of reading pleasure, help To fill ihe many well-supplied and up-io-daie seciions. RACHEL URICK-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Eine Aris: Wiiienberg Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Dayion Ari lnsiiiuiey Ohio Univ.: Univ. of Dayion-Ari and Craiis. Club: Red Cross. Hobbies: Needlecraii, Painiing, Colleciing WALTER VON ORUENIOEN-Cincinnaii Ari Academy: Cleveland lnsi. of Ari: Univ. oi Keniuclcy, A.B., M.A. in Ed.-Ari. Club: Ari' Club. Hobbies: Huniing, Fishing. RUTH BUSSEER-Adrian College, B.S.: Univ. oi Keniucky, M.S.: Ohio Siaie Univ.: Norihwesiern Univ.: Miami Univ.: Univ. of Dayion- Librarian. Hobbies: Reading, Wafer Color Painiing, Gardening. EUZABETH NORTON-Univ. of Keniuclcy, A.B.: Univ. of Cincinnaii: Columbia Univ.: Old Dominion College-Librarian. Hobbies: Painiing, Mr. Walier Von Gruenigen insirucls his pupiis in lhe principles oi impressionism and oiher similar ar? forms. f Ugg Try. ,... , mm?- SHIRLEY BENSINGER-Miami Univ.,'B.S.g Case Institute: Indiana Univ.- AIgebra. CIub: Future Teachers. Unit: East. IRA O. BROWN-Wittenberg Univ., BS.: Miami Univ., MA. Business Math, PIane Geometry. Unit:'CentraI. Personal attention to student moth problems West's three-track math program otters some- thing tor everyone. This math department provides courses ranging trom eIementary arithmetic to col- lege-level calculus. For a tast-track student, the program begins in the eighth grade, where enriched algebra I is avaiI- abIe. Enriched algebra II and enriched geometry toIIow. In his junior year. the student takes algebra III and trigonometry, and then advanced math IV. Most students start their math studies in the ninth grade with algebra I7 aIgebra II, geometry, and a solid geometry-trigonometry course toIIows. For the tirst time, there are aIso courses in business or in- dustrial math tor those interested: students who will need more practical math tind that the generaI math course tits their needs. Headed by Mr. AIvin Eunderburg, the math de- partment continues to otter an interesting program ot studies. Geometry teacher Mr. Joseph Reed, devotes his time to individual Mr. George Tuttle points out humor in math to Sandy Feed. instruction. CARL FERGUSON-Cedarville College, A.B.: Miami Univ., M. in Ed. Wiiienberg Univ.: Duke Univ.:-Geomelry, Induslrial Maih. Hobby Woodworking. ALVIN FUNDERBURG-Manchesier College, A.B.: Univ. ol Colorado MS Bowdoin Colle e MA Al ebra Tri onomeir Solid Geomeir ' 'i Q - ' -1 9 - Q Y' Y' Advanced Malh. Club: Malh. Hobby: Collecling old and rare boolcs. makes Fairmont FREDERICK KNEISLY -Purdue Univ., B.S.: Univ. of Michigan, M.A.: Wilienberg Univ. - Algebra. Club: Junior Class Adviser. JOSEPH REED-Mon- moulh College, A.B.: Bowling Green Univ., M.A.: Purdue Univ.: Miami Univ.: Earl- ham College-Plane Geomelry. Hobbies: Sporis, Olficialing. ROBERT SCHNARRE-Ohio Sfaie Univ., B.S.: Indiana Univ., M.S.: Wash- inglon Slale Univ., M.A.T,-Algebra, Solid Geomeiryp Trigonomeiry. Hobbies: Huniing, Fishing. GEORGE TUTTLE-Findlay College, A.B.: Ohio Slale Univ., M.A.: Univ. of Michi an' Univ. ol Wisconsin: Ball Siaie Teachers College-Algebra, Q i Geonnelry. Hobbies: Music, Theaire, Opera, Travel. Wesi's program superior Mr. Alvin Eunderburg explains a poinl' in his advanced malh cl WILLIAM ARNOLD-W. Va. Univ., B.S.: An+ioch College, M.A.T.: Marshall College.-Chemisiry J. L. BAKER-Manchesier College, B.A.: Ohio Slale Univ., M.A.: Case lnsl., Univ. of Col.: Col. College: Olcla. Ciiy Univ.-Adv. Science IV, Physics, Science Il. Hobbies: Pholography, Hi-Fi, Siereo. PAUL K. BAKER-Manchesler College, B.S.: Ohio Slale Univ., M.A.: Miami Univ., M.A.T.: Univ. of Colorado-Chemisiry. Hobbies: Phofography, Coolcing. WALTER J. BALSTER-Ohio Slaie Univ., B.S.. M.A.: Earlham College, Bowling Green Univ.- Physics, Maihemaiics. Hobbies: Elecironics, Woodworking, Fishing, General Siruciural Main- Jrenance, Phoiography. Club: Amaleur Radio. ROSS L. BATESON-Bowling Green Univ., B.S.: Ohio Siaie Univ., M.A.-Biology, Science ll. Club: Sophomore Class Adviser. Hobbies: Fish- ing, Camping, Boaling. CHARLES B. GRAVES-Kansas Siaie Teacher's College, B.A., B.S.: Univ. of lll., M.S.: Miami Univ.-Biology l, Biology ll. New physics course, efforts of experienced Sophomore Sally Weller develops s as Mr. Milburn Hinds aids her during Biology I cl S , A 1 . Q fl- ..:5v--z:cs'5-V1 Sfuux V,-- qu, Al . . STNTQTW . s . Preparing To conducT a diTTiculT experiment Jan Schmalenberger receives necessary chemicals Trom chemisTry Teacher Mr. Elby TackeTT. ern, B.S.g Miami Univ., lv1.A.T. . . -r""',' -Biology. T-lobby: Biology. ELBY L. TACKETT-EasTern Ken Tucky STaTe, BS.: Univ. oT Ken X Tuckyq Duke Univ.-ChemisTry, Science ll. Clubs: ChemisTry, ChemisTry Seminar. teachers improve WesT's science program FairmonT WesT's science program has expanded This year, and. now, Tor The TirsT Time, iT includes a college-level physics course, in which 'sTudenTs pursue proiecTs on Their own To TurTher explore areas which inTeresT Them. These sTudenTs are The producTs oT a generally sTrong science program, wiTh course oT- Terings in all areas oT The scienTiTic specTrum. For The beginner, There is biology lp sTudenTs whose inTeresTs lie in This area may Take chemisTry and Then biology ll. STudenTs whose TalenTs lie in The Tield oT physics may Take Two years oT ThaT subiecT, including The college-level course. On SaTurday mornings, a seminar is available To chemisTry sTudenTs. In This age oT specializaTion, WesT has noT TorgoTTen Those who wish a broad and general knowledge oT The sciences: Two courses in general science are oTTered. ln all oT These varied classes, The emphasis is placed upon laboraTory work. This develops sTudenT's conTidence in Themselves and Thus enables Them To work well in The complicaTed courses which They will Tollow in Their college years. Senior John Walker and Mr. J. L. Baker invesTigaTe some oT The many properTies radioacTiviTy wiTh The aid oT The school's much-used Geiger-Miiller counTer. 9 T Miisuiau Hinos-ohio NorTh Sie Health and physical education endeavors to Sl-IERWIN BOWSER - King's College, B.S.7 Columbia Univ., MA.: Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Wif- fenberg Univ.-Healfh, Physical Educafion, Afh- lefic Coordinafor. Club: Varsify ROBERT KRITZER - Michigan Sfafe, B.S., MA.-l-lealfh, Physical Educafion. Club: Hi-Y. Hobbies: Sporfs, Music. DONALD PERRY - Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ., M.A.-l-lealfh, P h y s i c al Educafion. Club: Gymnasfic Coach. l-lobbies: Wafer Skiing, Bow l-lunfing. RONALD WOOD-Univ. of Arkansas, B.S. - Healfh, Physical Educa- fion, Drivers Educafion. Clubs: Pep Club, Track Coach. l-lobbies: Golf. Fishing. l-lealfh courses offer insfrucfion fo sfudenfs in fhe organizafion of learning experiences, direcfed foward fhe developmenf of favorable healfh knowledge affifudes, and pracfices. Subiecfs covered include habifs and personalify, emofions, and a unif of firsf aid. Physical educafion classes improve physical fifness and develop proficiency in acfivifies fhaf promofe healfh and feach skills and knowledge in fhe various forms of recreafion. Boys are faughf fhe fundamenfals of baskefball, archery, badminfon, golf, handball, soccer and speedball, gymnasfics and fumbling, soff- ball, fennis, fouch-foofball, frack and field, volley- ball, wresfling, and social dance. lncluded in fhe girls' program are archery, baskefball, badminfon, fencing, field hockey, golf, soffball, fennis, gymnasfics, fable fennis, volleyball, and social dance. Miss Barbara Barbour teaches iunior girls the importance of equilibrium and poise on the balance beam. ' BARBARA BARBOUR- Miami Univ., BS.- Health, Physical Educa- tion. Clubs: Cheerlead- ers, GAA. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Dra- matics. CAROL FORMAN- Bowling Green Univ., B.S.-Health, Physical Education. Club: GAA. Hobbies: Painting, Reading, Tennis, Slciing. PENELOPE MOTTaWilmington College, BS.- Health, Physical Education. Clubs: Junior Class Adviser, GAA. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Traveling. Swimming, Slcetching. 5' x 'fl' J! f'- s g, promote growing interest in physical fitness Girls learn the techniques of fencing as Miss Carol Forman demonstrates the lunge position. JOHN FORBECK-Wittenberg Univ., BS., M.A.I Miami Univ.: Wright State Univ.-Driver Educa- tion. Club: Assistant Basketball Coach, Pep Club. Hobbies: Sports, Woodworking. WYLIE GRAHAM-Geneva College, BS.: Indiana Univ., M.S.: Miami Univ.: Michigan State Univ.-- Driver Education, Audio Visual. Club: Photog- raphy. Hobbies: Photography, Numismatics, Fish- ing. LELAND HALL-Ohio State Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ.: Univ. ot Cincinnati: Wittenberg Univ.- Wood Shop, Stage Cratt, Mechanical Drawing. Hobbies: Antiques, Art, Metals. EDMUND HENDERSON-Miami Univ., B.S., M.A.-Dratting, Principal ot Adult School. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. HANS HOLZTRAGER-Miami Univ., BS., M.Ed.-Power Mechanics. Club: Junior Class Adviser. Hobbies: Small Engine Repair, Gardening, Book- keeping. Industrial carts encourages students to explore Industrial arts encourages students to explore various branches ot industry by taking courses in two or more industrial arts subiect areas betore selecting one in which to specialize. Variety ot subiect areas include industrial cratts, dratting, metals, machine shop, power mechanics, woodworking, electronics, graphic arts, industrial math, and stage cratt. Each subiect area provides extensive training to develop individual talents to tullest degree. Outstanding student proiects receive special rec- ognition through area contests and show case dis- plays. industrial arts experience enables student to obtain a good part-time iob while turthering his education and otters valuable opportunities to go directly upon graduation to tull-time employment. Modern methods and tools create etticient work- ing atmosphere. Fairmont West's industrial arts de- partment receives state recognition tor its outstand- ing tacilities. Drill press lechniques, accurarely poinled our by Mr. Leroy Perfect fascinale sludenl, Terry Ross, as meial block forms desired shape. fields of industry Mr. Ray Polfer shows salisfaciion gained lhrough his 'leaching career as he wafches Alan Broaclslock exercise care in working wilh prinling press. RICHARD HOPPE-Ohio Wesleyan, B.!-X.: Miami Univ.-Driver Eclucaiion. Club: Foolball, Wreslling Coach. l-lobbies: Alhleiics, Music. LEROY PERFECT-Wilminglon College, BS.: Univ. of Cincinnali-Aulo Mechanics, Melals, Machine Shop. l-lobbies: Aulo Mechanics, Music. Sporis Car Enihusiasl, Gardening, Tennis. RAY POTTER-Ohio Norlhern Univ., B.S.-Graphic Arls, Dralling. WAYNE WILLS-Wilminglon College, BS.: Miami Univ.-Eleclronics. Club: Eleclronics. l-lobbies: Amaleur Radio. 'W 1" 1. 1-f"' V . , .,.,.. wi BERNICE EOVVLER-Pun due Univ., BS.: Bell State Teachers College -Home Economics. Club: Euture Medical Careers, l-lome Eco- nomics, Junior Class Adviser. BETTY SAVAGE-Ghio State Univ., B.S.-- l-tome Economics. Club: Home Economics. l-lob- bies: Sewing. HELEN VOGELSANG-Ohio State Univ., B.S. Club: l-lome Economics. t-lobbies: Sewing, Bridge Entertaining, Travel. MA.: Merrill-Palmer Institute-l-tome Economicsl Linda Meyer and Mrs. Bernice Fowler work as a team to pertect sewing skills and to produce tinished product. Background and skills institute homemclkingp Practicing etticient methods ot entertaining, Sandy Brickey and Jackie Dunn appreciate helpful suggestions trom Miss Helen Vogelsang, head ot home economics department. Home economics provides study ot basic back- ground tor homemaking techniques and clinical prac- tice to enable each student to develop individual talents. During beginning years in home economics de- partment, tuture homemakers obtain broad working knowledge ot tood and nutrition and gain experi- ence with elements ot sewing and interior decorating. Einer techniques ot tood preparation and enter- taining, clothing construction and tailoring make-up more advanced home economic study. ln child development classes, practical application ot child psychology results trom visits to Kettering kindergartens and trom instruction ot Red Cross nurse who presents course in Mother and Baby Care. l-lome management training teaches student how to make home comtortable and happy. l-lorne economics department otters broad range ot courses and instruction in order to otter each individual adequate opportunity to specialize in chosen tield. Business problems have more meaning as Mr. William Powell and Bruce Rahn experiment with overhead proiector. B U FO R D CRAOER- Morehead State Col,- lege, A.B., M.A.-Book- keeping. l-lobby: Golt. ELEANOR OALLAGI-lER -Wittenberg Univ.. BS.: Univ. ot Cincinnati, M.Ed.: Univ. ot North Dakota-Ottice Prac- tice, Typing. Club: FBLA. l-lobby: An- tigues. LOIS l-llKE-Indiana State Univ BS Shorthand Personal Typing. Club: FBLA Hobbies Ceramics Knitting, Bridge. business study acknowledges current trends Standards ot commercial education at Fairmont West acknowledge the demands ot todayfs world ot business. Modern techniques and advanced busi- ness machines enable students to succeed in the highly competitive atmosphere ot this, his chosen tield. Courses ot varying depth satisty the needs ot both business and college preparatory student. Business students gain valuable knowledge in such realms as bookkeeping, business English, business law, business math, consumer economics, notehand, ot- tice practice, shorthand, and typing. Cooperative ottice education allows gualitied seniors to gain on-the-iob experience in area ottices. Participants in this program attend school in the morning and go to their respective places ot work in the atternoon. Knowledge and skills gained by Fairmont West's business students receive recognition and apprecia- tion trom business employers. Future business leaders develop out ot this extensive program ot commercial education. FRANCES l-IOMER - Univ. ot Pittsburgh, B.S., M.Ed.: Columbia Univ.: Univ. ot Wisconsin' Chatham College - Typing, Notehand. Club: Y-Teens. l'lob- bies: Reading, Theater. Spectator Sports. JOE LOWER - Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Ed., M.A.g Univ. ot Cincin- nati-Shorthand, COE. Club: FBLA. JANE NOLAN - Wil- mington College, B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M.A.q U niv. ot Dayton-Cleri- cal Typing, Journalism. Clubs: FBLA, Quill and Scroll. l-lobbies: Sewing, Numismatics. WILLIAM POWELL - Miami Univ., B.S., M.Ed. -Business Law, Con- sumer Economics, Rec- ord Keeping. Club: Bookstore. t-lobbies: Fishing, Woodworking. Behind-the-scenes people are indispensable i 4 CAFETERIA WORKERS-Fronl Row: Ursei Chain, Harrie? Selaeri, Louise Moore, Lorraine Daiia, Francis Mayes. Seconcl Row: Helen l-lerrnilz, Vera rlohn, Georgia Bollon, Elizaloelh Lisl, Ernesiine Cox, Mary Kelly. Thircl Row: Agnes Busch, Zelia Biibrey, Mariorie Burgess, Doroilwy Began. Geneva Evans, MabelSmill1. ul Ill - 'ifsdta ,-311353, ri' Custodians keep the school shining: Boyd Combs, Sammie Ledtord, Paul Day, Gene Carty, Paul Arthur, Carl A. Hotterberth. to the daily welfare of West student body One reason why Fairmont West is such a well-run school is that the statt is large and experienced. Custodians, under Mr. Carl A. l-lotterberth, lceep the school's tacilities clean and handsome: Mrs. Geneva Evans and the cateteria statt provide inexpensive, wholesome toodg the bus drivers conduct students to and from school in satety. These people, seldom seen by students, do much to malce West best. .X-L vs '- Parsimonious students tind good, wholesome tood costs little at West. l l Bus drivers transport students to and trorn school in satety. l6l WesI's SENIOR year is 'Ihe culminafion of Ihree years of high school. I+ is Huly a year of mixed emo+ions. A+ Ihe beginning of 'rhe year. SENIORS are elafed wiHu Hue idea or being Jrhe "big wheels" of WesI's campus and wiHu Ihe prospecf of Ihe long-awaifed graduaulion so near. Packed wifh such fun-filled evenfs as homecoming, Iryoufs for Hue OpereHa and Hue class play, and Ihe presen+a+ion of many scholasuic awards, including NaIionaI MeriI Scholarships and IeHers of commendarion, Ihe SENIOR year is one of uIuIIiIImenI'. I-Iowever, Toward Ihe end of Ihe year, Hue SENIOR realizes Ihal graduaIion also means leaving all his friends and Ihe siruajrions Io which he has become accusromed. I'Ie musr soon acclimale himseII Io new circumsfances and surroundings. II is Iheru Ihaf The words Fairmonr Wesr have Ihe mosr significance, for Hue SENIOR Icnows his opporuunify To parficipafe in highschool Iiufe is guiclcly drawing Io a close. U3 g an 1 u 2 M , Q :,, W 'al i UBI: W' Wm Zi U gl Ve In 39 H Sin Q vm,..,w 5 r ra. W as .L ga ifq rf 5 CLASS OFFICERS: Sieve Pease, Vice-President Mary Ann Baker, Sociaf Charr- man: Ronnie Zare'nskV, Presidcrwfq Joe DcHavew, Treasurer: Karen Recd, SeCreLary. IUJ -wg 'fx . 5 3 Q ,l., . if rr Q Open doors offer opporfu . ,L L 2. F Z' S f lf, 1 -- ' ' 'af Q' I64 O e ' doors io lheir final vear al Wesi P me . impresses Sue Maeder, Pam Clark, Dave Di- Salvo, Karen Fiizwaler, ancl Dave Sachleben. nifies fo Seniors ADAMS, BONNIE-GAA 2, 3: Hall Moniior 31 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Inlrerscholaslic Volleyball 2, 3. ADAMS, JOHN-French Club 3: lniramurals 2, 4: JCOWA 4: Science Club 4.. ADAMS, PENELOPE-Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 4: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ADKINS, DORA--FBLA 3. ALBRIGHT, MILEDE-FBLA 4: Home Economics Club 4: Library Assisiani 3: Office Assisiani 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 2. ALEXANDER, RICHARD-Belleloniaine High School 2: Lab Assisianr 4: Maih Club 4: Science Club 4. ALLEN, ROBERT-Baslceiball 2, Manager 2: Chess Club 4: ln'rramuralsf2, 3, 4: Maih Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2.3.4. ALLRED, GREGORY-French Club'2: l-li-Y 3, 4: lniramurals 2, 3: JCOW.A 4: Lab Assisiani 4. AMAND, KAREN-Ari Club 4: Band 2, 4: Chem- isiry Seminar 4: Class Play 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4, Secreiary 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 2, 4: lniramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisiani 4: Opereiia 4: Orchesira 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Rhyihmeiies 3, 4: Science Club 4. ANDERS, LlNDA-FBLA 3: Home Economics Club 4. ANDERSON, RICHARD-Chess and Briclge Club 4: Hi-Y 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achieyemenl 2: Larin Club 2: Science Club 2, 3, 4. ANDERSON, ROBERT-'Ari Club 2, 3, 4. ANDRES SALLY-AFS 4' Class Pla 2 3 4' Home . . y . . . Economics Club 4: Library Assislanr 3: OpereH'a 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: YFC 2, 3, 4. ANTROBUS, CLYDE APPLE, MARTHA-Class Play 2, 3, 47 FMC 47 GAA 2, 3, 4: Horne Economics Club 4: lnler- scholaslic Baslqelball 3, l-loclcey 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Lab Assisranl 4: Larin Club 2: Operelra 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Spanish Club 3: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Yearbook 4, Aclverrising Manager 4. APPLETON, THOMAS-French Club 2, 3: Polilical Science Club 4: Wresiling 2, 3. ARGUE, GEORGE-Golf 2, 3, 4: l-li-Y 2, 3: infra- rnurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Wresrling 4. ATKIN, STEVEN-Bancl 2, 4: German Club 2.3. AUERHAMMER, THOMAS-Foorball 2, 3, 4: Golf 2: Hi-Y 3: lnrramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4. BACK, Sl-lERRY-Chorus 2: FMC 3, 41 GAA 2, 3. 4: Home Economics Club 4: Library Assisjranr 2. BACON, JOHN-Cuyahoga Falls High School, Cuyahoga Falls 2: Chorus 3, 4: Opereria 3, 4. BAKER, MARY ANN--Class Officer: Social Chair- man 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: l-lall Monifor 3: lnrrarnurals Manager 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Rhyihmerles 3, 4, 2nd Lieulen- ani 4: Spanish Club 2: Thespians 3, 4. BAKER, THOMAS-Fooiball 2: l-'Ii-Y 3: lnlrarnurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4: Wresrling 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4. BALIS, NANCY-Class Officer 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3: Class Play 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnrerscholasric Tennis 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Office Assisranr 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Rhyrhmelfes 4: Sruolenl Council 4: Torch and Keysrone 3, 4: Yearbook 4. BALL, BETTY--Caleleria 47 FTA 4: GAA 3: Horne Economics Club 4: Junior Achievemenl 4: Junior Recl Cross 4: Pep Club 4: YFC 4. BALL, SUSAN-Arr Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Home Economics Club 3, 4: Opereira 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Pep Seciion 4. BALLARD, PATRICIA-AH'enclance Monilor 47 Class Play 3: FBLA 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 3, 4, Presideni 4: Pep Club 4. . iifu' y QS' :rr ss.. , LL.. ' J JI 'QTWY :Wk Well-adiusted Seniors be I if 2 Uni? lobbies provide convenienl' place for exira siudy lime for Gloria Morning- siar, Terry Hively, and Connie Eaion. come acquainted BALONIER, LUCY-AFS 2: Creaiive Wriiers Club 4: Debale 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: FTA 4: 'GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 2. BARNES, JAMES-Class Play 4: German Club 3, 4: l-li-Y 3: lnrramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenr 2: Laiin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Russian Club 2: School Paper 3, 4, Ediior-in-Chief 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Wise Fools 3, 4: Wresiling 3, 4. BARTLEY, BARBARA-Band 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Rhyrhrnefies 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. BARTON, KENNETH BASS, DlANA-GAA 2, 3, 4: lnierscholasiic Volley- ball 2, 3: Iniramural Manager 4: Junior Achieve- menl' 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. BATES, RONALD-Foolball 2: l-lall Moniior 2, 3: l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Wresiling 2, 3, 4. BEHM, ERIC-Fairmonl Easr High School 2: Class Play 3: l-li-Y 3: lnlramurals 3, 4: Junior Achieve- menr 3, 4: Tennis 3. BELL, CAROLYN-COE 4: FBLA 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 2. BENNER, LINDA-GAA 2, 3, 4. BENSON, ROBERT-Debaie 3: Golf 2, 3: Hall Monilor 3: lnlramurals 2: Pep Club 4. BIDDLE, JANE-Band 2, 3: Class Play 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pre-siolenl 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Gym Assislanr 4: Inierscholasiic Volley- ball 3: lniramural Manager 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. BINNING, JANET-Parkway Senior Fliqh School, S+. Louis, Missouri 2: FMC 2, 3: FTA 4: GAA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Torch ancl Keyslone 4: Y-Teens 3, 4. Paul Gruner, Susan I-Ieinrich, Donna Wenrick. Carol Harlow, and Mark Shoemacher tiind moments to chat during the Iunch hour. with studies, students, and school at West BISI-IOP, RICHARD-Debate 4: Intramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. BLOME, JUDITFI-Chorus 2, 3, 4: CIass Play 3, 4: French CIub 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assistant 4: Intramurai Manager 4: JCOWA 3: Operetta 2, 3, 4: OuiII and Scroil 3, 4: Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Top Sergeant 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Business Manager 4. BLOOMER, JILL-CIass Play 3: French CIub 2: FTA 2, 3. 4: GAA 2: Library Assistant 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Pep Section 3: Ouill and Scroll 4: School Paper 3, 4, Page Editor 4. BODIKER, CYNTHIA-Art Club 2: French Club 23 GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BOSSI, RONALD-Debate 3: French Club 2: I-Ii-Y 2, 3: JCOVVA 3: NFL 3, 4: Pep CIub 4: PoIiticaI Science Club 4. BRADFORD, KENT-BasebaII 2, 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 4: Intra- murals 2, 3, 4: JCOVVA 3: Ottice Assistant 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Varsity "F" Club 4. BRADFORD, WILLIAM-Gymnastics 2, 3, 4: Intra- muraIs 4: Varsity "F" Club 3, 4. BRAUN, DAVID-FootbaII 2, 3: JCOVVA 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Varsity "F" Club 3, 4. BRAZELTON, CAROL-FBLA 4: Home Economics Club 2. BREGGER, CONSTANCE-FTA 4: GAA 3, 42 JCOVVA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish CIub 2, 3, 4. BREISCI-I, DAVID-Debate 3: I-Ii-Y 3: Intramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 4: PoIiticaI Science Club 4. BREWER, TI-IOMAS-Class Play 4: Debate 3, 47 Intramurats 2: JCOWA 4: NFL 3, 4: PoIiticaI Science CIub 4: Thespians 4. A if:-if BROADSTOCK, ALLEN-Gym Assislanl 4: Gyme naslics 2, 3: Pholography Club 2. BROWN, RICHARD-Crealive Wrilers Club 3, 4: Hall lvlonilor 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Junior Achieyernenl 3, 4: Lalin Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4. BRUHN, RICK BRUMFIEL, NANCY-Allendance Monilor 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Recl Cross 2', 3, 4, Vice Presiclenl 4: Lalin Club 2, 3, 4, Presiclenl 4: Pep Club 2: Pep Seclion 2, 3: Torch and Keyslone 4. BRUNK, JERRETT-French Club 2: German Club 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Science Club 4: Traclc 2. BUCHANAN, MARY-Class Play 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Operella 2, 3, 4: Orchesira 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seclion 3: Spanish Club 2. BUNCH, SHARON-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 2, 4: Operella 2, 3, 4. BURGESS, BELlNDA-Class Play 3, 4: FBLA 42 GAA 2, 3, 4: lnlerscholaslic Volleyball 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 3, 4. BURROWS, ROBERT-Ari Club 3: Cross Counlry 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: lnlrannurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Library Assisianl 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Scholar-Allfv lele 3: Spanish Club 2: Traclc 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3, 4. BURSCH, KAREN-Chorus 4: FBLA 2, 3: FMC 3. 4: GAA 2: Horne Economics Club 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achieve-menl 4: Pep Club 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Sludenlr Secrelary 4: YFC 4. BUSHMAN, MARJORIE-French Club 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Hall lvlonilor 4: lnlramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. CALL, DONNA-Ari Club 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3: Pep Club 2. CALL, RUSSELL-Ari Club 2: Library Assislanl 4. CAMPBELL, SUE CANHAM, RON-Band 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: lnlramurals 2, 3: Junior Achievernenl 2: Operella 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 3, 4. CARTER, DIANE-Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 21 GAA 2, 3, 4: Girls lnlerscholaslic Baslcelball 3: Operella 2, 3, 4: Pep Seclion 2, 3. CAUDlLL, MARILYN-Sludenf Secrelary 4. CAUDIl.L,SAMlv1UEl. Preparing for locker inspeciion, Rickie Gaffney and Torn Zipi say, "Plan ahead!" Planning ahead CAYWOOD, CRAIG-Cross Couniry 3, Manager: Debaie 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemeni 2: Library Assisiani 2: NFL 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4: Track 2, Manager: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4. Cl-IILDRESS, KAREN-GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniior 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. CLARK, DANIEL-Opereiia 3, 4: Siage Crew 3, 4. CLARK, DAVID-Ari' Club 2, 3, 47 FBLA 2: l-li-Y 2: Raclio Club 2. CLARK, KENNETH-Class Play 2, 3, 4: Laiin Club 2: iviaih Club 4: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Orchesira 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. CLARK, PAMELA-Class Play 3: French Club 3,'4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Laiin Club 2, Treas- urer 2: Office Assisiani 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Seciion 2, 3: Russian Club 2: Thespians 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. CLAYPOOL, CHARLES-Baseball 2: Fooiball 2, 3. 4: lnirarnurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 4, CLEVER, STANLEY-Cross Couniry 3, 4: Hall Monif ior 3: lniramurals 2, 3: Traclc 2, 3. CLIFFORD, BRENDA Q L .f ii T proves vital to Seniors 4 W-we , : ee : L. , , V , , C :rss - if V C ssic 5 Rainy weaiher soaks lhe bonfire, bui' noi ihe spiriis of loyal Senior Dragons, Joe Del-laven, Mike Ganiz, and Bob Viels. Fall rains fail to dampen Dragons' 4, as .. a' . ijii . , or iiii 4 i K . ,,,3V,r,,, 11,4-VV ii , " 'Q Has? ? l f' ' -Q, i i"' 'V . 1 ""i Q 5 COFFEY, DONNA-Aliendance Monilor 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: FMC 2, 3, 4, Vice Presideni 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnierscholaslic Baskeiball 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4: lniramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Operella 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. COLEMAN, MICHAEL-Fooiball 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: l-li-Y 3: Inlramurals 2: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemeni 4: Pep Club 4: Track 2, 4: Varsify "F" Club 2, 3, 4: Wresiling 3, 4. COLEMAN, RlTA-French Club 2, 32 FTA 2, 4i GAA 2, 3, 4: lnierscholasiic l-lockey 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Laiin Club 2: Orchesira 2. COLLINS, BRENDA-Vandalia-Builer High School 2: Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 4: French Club 3: GAA 3: lnierscholasiic Soiiball 3: Junior Achieve- menl' 3: Library Assisiani 3: Opereila 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4. COLLINS, l-IARDIN-Visual Aids 3, 4. CONGLETON, GREGORY-l-li-Y 3, 4: lniramurals 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assislani 3. CONNOR, JEFFREY COTTER, PAMELA-Class Play 2,'4: GAA 2, 3, 42 lnierscholaslic Soiiball 2, Volleyball 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Library Assisianl 2, 3: Orcheslra 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. COX, DAVID-College Avenue Secondary School, Woodsiock, Canada 3. CRABTREE, VIRGIL-Waynesville l-ligh School 2: lnirarnurals 3, 4: YFC 4. CRISS, EILEEN-GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. CRIST, KENNETH-Band 2: Class Play 2, 41 Opereila 2, 3, 4: Siage Crew 2, 3, 4. Piciures of Homecoming Queen candi- daies aliraci' ailenlion of seniors, Barbara Essenpreis, Nancy Balis, and Barbara Law. spirit as Seniors CROSS, MARY-Chorus 2: Laiin Club 2, 3: Torch and Ke-yslone 3, 4. CROUCI-I, LARRY-German Club 4: Hall lvioniior 4. CRUISE, WILLIAM-Gymnasiics 3, 4: Hall lvioniior 4. CUNNINGHAM, KEITH-Hi-Y 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Maih Club 4: Poliiical Science Club 4. DAVIS, LINDA-Chorus 2, 3: Class Play 4: Opereiia 2, 3. DAY, KATHLEEN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3, 4: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seciion 2, 3: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Y- Teens 2. DECK, PATRICIA-Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, Recording Secreiary 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: NPL 3, 4: Office Assisiani' 2, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. DEETER, MARST-lA-French Club 3: FBLA 3, 4. Presideni 4: GAA 2: Office Assisiani' 4. Del-lAVEN, JOESEPI-l-Class Officer 4, Treasurer 4: Cross Couniry 2, 3: Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4, Cap- iain 4: lnirarnurals 4: JCOWA 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presideni 4: NFL 3: Scholar-Aihleie 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Varsiiy "P" Club 3, 4. DeVENY, DAIN-Debaie 3, 4: Pooiball 2, 3: l-li-Y 4: lniramurals 4: JCOWA 4: lvlaih Club 3: NPL 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Traclq 2, 3, 4. DeVOGEL, PATRICIA-PMC 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assisiani 4: lnierscholasiic Hoclcey 4, Sofi- ball 2, 3: JCOWA 4. DiSAl.VO, DAVID--l-lall Moniior 4: lniramurals 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. host 1965 Homecoming 133 maxim ni A n --kf," .A ,W,, I ' -if: +2 5' 5 if H 151. ge, 4 v-E 3. "ll's greaf lo Take home a good reporl af -1 'rhe end of lhe six weeks." say Earl Riggs and Bob Reinerl' as fhey celebrale by play- ing leap frog .affer school dismissal. Seniors enioy relaxing moments on campus , DIXON, KATHRYN-Ari Club 2, 37 Crealive Wrilers Club 2: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniior 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4: Wise Fools Club 3: Y-Teens 2. DODD, MARK-l-lall Moniror 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: lnlra- 4 murals 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: ,,- Wreslling 2. DOLFMAN, DIANE-Ari Club 4: Class Play 42 French Club 2, 3: FTA 3: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Q' tx Junior Red Cross 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, E -1i. 3 4: Pep Secfion 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 4: School Paper 4: Thespians 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. DOLL, VICTORIA-Ari Club 4: Chorus 4: FBLA 4: GAA 3: l-lome Economics Club 4: Junior Achievemenl 2: Library Assislanl' 2: Pep Club 4: Sluclenl Secrelary 3, 4: Yearbook 3. DONALDSON, MELFORD-l-li-Y 4: lnirarnurals 2, """ 3, 4. DONOVAN, PATRICIA-Fairmonl Fasl l-ligh School 2, 3. fl, T, DOWNING, SUSAN-French Club 3, 4: FTA 47 GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Office Assislanl 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Sec- iion 2, 3: Torch and Keysione 4. DRAISKER, LaRETTA-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3. 'TT' 4: lnierscholaslic Sollball 2: JCOWA 3. DRAKOS, NICHOLAS-Glymnasrics 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: lnlrarnurals 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Tennis 2. DUEL, DANNY-Band 2, 3, 4: l-li-Y 3, 4: Infra- murals 2, 3, 4: Larin Club 2, 3: Operella 3, 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Track 2, 3. DUNAWAY, PATRICIA-Beavercreek l-ligh School 2, 3: Home Economics Club 4: YFC 4. DUNN, NANCILOU-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: Library Assisranr 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. EATON, CONSTANCE-Class Play 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Library As- sisranr 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3: Quill and Scroll 4: Sfudenl Council 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Edilor 4. EDWARDS, JAMES-Chess and Bridge Club 2, 4: Crearive Wrilers Club 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. EDWARDS, JANET?-GAA 2: l-lome Economics Club 3, 4: Junior Achievemenr 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 4. ELLIS, ROBERT-lnlramurals 3: JCOWA 4: Lab Assislanl 4: La+in Club 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Track 2, 3, 4. ELMORE, FLOYD-l-lall Monilor 4: Torch and Key- slone 3, 4: Track 2: YFC 2, 3, 4. ELROD, GOLDIE ELROD, JAMES ESSELMAN, KAREN-Chorus 4: FBLA 4: FTA 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnrerscholasfic Sol+ball 3: JCOWA 3: Opereflra 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. ESSENPREIS, BARBARAM-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FTA 3: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Laiin Club 2, 3: Operella 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Secrion 2, 3: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Flead- Seclion Edilor 4. EVANS, PATRICIA-FBLA 3. FERGUSON, CHARLES-French Club 2, 3, Presi- denl 3: l-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, Presidenf 4: lnrramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Office Assislanl 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4. FERRIGNO, JOANNE--Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Gym Assislanr 4: lnlerscholaslic l-lockey 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assislanl 3: Operella 2, 3, 4. FIEDLER, JOSEPH-Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenr 3: Crealive Wrilers Club 3, 4: Foorball 2, 3, 4, Co-Caprain 4: l-lonor Seminar 3, 4: Malh Club 3, 4: Polilical Science Club 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4, Vice-Presidenr 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. FINLEY, SANDRA-Band 2: Class Play 3: French Club 3: FMC 2, 3, 4, Presidenf 4: GAA 2, 3, 42 Inlerscholaslic l-lockey 3: JCOWA 3, 4:. Office Assislanl' 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 3,,4: Science Semi- nar 2: Torch and Keyslone 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Copy Eclilor 4: YFC 3, 4. FlRTl-l, MONICA-Bookslore 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: FMC 2: GAA 2. 3: German Club 2: Spanish Club 2. F A. u ' -Q93 I .ai 5 Q -- Ei West's well-stocked library provides ample research tor seniors, Janet King, Sandy Finley, Barb Knipp, and Karen Ritchie. Friendly atmosphere in excellent facilities FISHER, NANCIE-Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 2, 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 2, Vice-President 31 Opefeiia 2. 3. 4: OF- chestra 2, 3, 4: Pep Section 3, 4: Russian Club 2: Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4: Torch and Key- stone 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. FISHER, RONALD--Gymnastics 3, 4. FITZWATER, KAREN-FTA 2, 3, 4, Historian 3. President 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lntramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Ottice Assistant 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Pep Section 3: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. FLANAGAN, MICHAEL-Art Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. FLAVINWPATRICK-Baseball 2, 3: Lab Assistant 4. FORGY, JOSEPH-Football Statistician 2: Hi-Y 4: Intramurals 2, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Math Club 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. FORSTHOFF, KATHRYN-Alter High School 2: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 3: FMC 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: lntramural Manager 4: JCOWA 3. FOUKE, JOHN-Band 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3: NFL 3, 4: Operetta 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Track Trainer 2: Wise Fools 3: Wrestling Trainer 2. FOX, LlNDA-French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assistant 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Section 3: Quill and Scroll 4: Student Secretary 2: Yearboolc 4. FRAZIER, JOHN--Library Assistant 3,- 4. FRENCH, CATHY JO-Assistant Maiorette 3: Band 2: Class Play 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Operetta 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Quill ancl Scroll 4: Rhythmettes 3, 4, lst Lieutenant 4: Thes- pians 4: Yearbook 3, 4. Photo Editor 4. FRY, DONNA-Junior Achievement 2. Dan Spahr, Linda Melin, and Ron Canham assisf Linda Lennon wilh English review. enables Seniors to attain high performance GAFFNEY, FREDRICA-Chorus 3. 4: Class Officer 2, Social Chairman 2: Class Play 3: French Club 2: GAA 2: Hall lvlonifor 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3: Office Assisfanf 4: Opereffa 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presiclenf 3, Presiolenf 4: Pep Secfion 3. GAINOK, DIANNE--AFS 4: Class Play 3, 4: FMC 3: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: NFL 4: Pep Secfion 2, 3: Safefy Club 3. GANTZ, MICHAEL-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baslcefball 2: Hall Monifor 3: Inframurals 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4: Wresfling 3, 4. GARLITZ, JAMES-Baseball 2: Foofball 2, 3, 4: Hall Monifor 4: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 4. GETTER, RONALD-Foofball 2, 3, Manager: FBLA 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Junior Achievemenf 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 2, 3, 4. GHEEN, DEBRA-FBLA 3: FTA 2, 3: Spanish Club 4. GILBERT, BURL-Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Mafh Club 4: Science Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. GILBERT, NANCY-Arl Club 4: Crealive Wrifers Club 3, 4: French Club 2: FTA 2: GAA 2: Home Economics Club 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achieve- menf 3: NFL 4: Pep Club 2: Wise Fools 4. GILLESPIE, LINDA GIRTON, LYNN-Class Play 3: GAA 2, 3, 4. lnframural Manager 4: lnferscholasfic Tennis 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Lab Assisfanf 3: Lafin Club 2: Pep Secfion 3: Russian Club 2: Sfudenf Council 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 4: Torch ancl Keysfone 3. 4, Secrefary 4. GLASCOCK, BOYD-Debafe 3: NFL 3, 4: Office Assisfanl' 4: Russian Club 2: Science Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. GOODE, JOHN-Wresflinq 3, 4. .i . 15... . .. :jig , ri : .mf if - as-ees i 'i'w.:Q,.ll GRAHAM, CHARLA-Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2: GAA 3: Gymnasiics 3: lnierscho- lasiic Sofiball 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 2, 3, 4' Opereila 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 4. I GRAHAM, DAVID-Hillsicle High School, Hillsicle. New Jersey 3: Baseball 3, 4: lniramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achieverneni 3: Polilical Sci- ence Club 3, 4, Presiclenr 4: Varsily "F" Club 4. GRAY, CANDIS-AFS 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Opereilra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seciion 3: Thespians 3, 4. GREEN, MARY-Class Play 3: Crealive Wriiers Club 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym- nasiics 2, 4: Hall Monilor 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Torch ancl Key- slone 4: School Paper 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. GRICE, SANDRA-Bookslore 3: Class Play 3, 4: Crealive Wrilers Club 4: Debaie 3: FMC 2: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Home Economics Club 3, 4: JCOWA 4: NFL 3, 4: Siudenl' Secrelary 4: Torch and Keysrone 4. GROSS, JOHN GROVES, JOYCE-FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnfrerscho- lasiic Hockey 2, 3, Manager 2: JCOWA 4: Poli:- ical Science Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. GRUNER, PAUL-Bancl 2: Class Play 4: French Club 3: Hi-Y 4: lnrramurals 3, 4: Maih Club 4: Pep Club 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Yearbook 4. GUMPER, LORAINE-AFS 4: Class Play 3: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Home Econornics Club 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. HALL, CLAUDIANNE-Ari Club 3, 4: French Club 2: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Sec- Jrion 3: Spanish' Club 3, 4. HAMES, JOHN-Hi-Y 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Malh Club 4: Science Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Track 4. HAMILTON, DALE-FTA 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assisrani' 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. HAMILTON, PAMELA-AFS 4: Arr Club 4: Chorus 4: Class Play 3: French Club 3: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3: Junior Achievennenl 3: Opererra 4: Pep Club 3. HANAUER, SHARON-Chorus 4: Class Play 3: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Library Assisfanr 2: Opereila 4. HANNAH, TONDA-American High School, Mex- ico Ci'ry, Mexico 2: COE 4: FBLA 3: GAA 3: Torch ancl Keyslone 4. HARDING, STEVE-Chess and Bridge Club 4: Elec- fronics Club 4: French Club 2: Gymnaslics 2: JCOWA 4: Library Assisranl 4: Maih Club 4: Science Club 4. HARLOW, CAROL-Arienclance Moniior 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 4: Opereila 4: Pep Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Rhyihmeiies 3, 4, 4+h Corporal 4: Siuclenl Council 3: Yearbook 4. HARLOW, DONALD-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baskeiball 2: Foorball 2, 3, 4: lnirannurals 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 2, 3, 4. Linda Hedden contemplates capturing the beauty ot Claudia HaII on canvas. Seniors learn appreciation for aesthetics HARTMEIER, KATHLYN-COE 4: FBLA 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4: GAA 2: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 2. HARTZELL, DAVID-Hi-Y 2, 3: Intramurals 2: Pep Club 4: Satety Club 2: YFC 2. HAUSER, RICHARD HAYES, DALE-Class Play 4: Debate 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 2, 4: Intramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 3, Treasurer 3: Latin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Key- stone 4. HEDDEN, LINDA--Art Club 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievement 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Latin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch ancl Keystone 4. HEINRICH, SUSAN-AFS 4: Art Club 4: French Club 3: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Intramural Mana- ger 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Ottice Assistant 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Yearbook 4. HELLER, BARBARA-Central High School, Aurora, Colorado, 3: Band 2, 4: Class Play 4: GAA 2, 4: Ottice Assistant 4: Operetta 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Rhythmettes 4: Spanish Club 2. HELTON, LINDA-Chorus 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 4: JCOWA 4: Operetta 3, 4: Rhythmettes 4. HENDERSON, SHERRELL-FTA 4: GAA 2, 3: Gymnastics 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Seniors develop sense a V , k ,, . .jf xy . it Being a senior affords many priviieges. siiiing ai 'Ihe "senior Iunch +abIe" is one of ioyed daiIy by many oi Ihe girIs. belonging and HENN, GERALD-Hi-Y 2: JCOWA 2. HENSLEY, SHARON--Tecumseh High SchooI, New CarIisIe, 2, 3, HERRON, DENNIS--Band 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2: CIassi- caI Music CIub 4, Presicieni 4: Creaiive Wriiers CIub 3, 4, Vice-Presiclenl' 4: French CIub 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Or- chesira 2, 3, 4: PoIiI'icaI Science CIub 3, 4: Swing CIub 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Wise FooIs 3, 4. HESLER, TERRY-BasebaII 2: Caieieria 2. H H EYWOOD, SCOTT-CuIver Iviiliiary Academy, Culver, Indiana, 2: French CIub 4: HaII Ivioniior 4: Iniramurais 3, 4: Office Assisiani 4: Pep Club 4: PoIiIicaI Science Club 4, Secreiary-Treasurer 4: Science Seminar 3. IBBARD, HURL-Iniramurais 4. HIBBS, KATHERINE-Chorus 2, 4: French Club 2: HI HI HI HI HI FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assisiani' 4: Infra- mural Manager 4: .ICOWA 4: Opereiia 2, 4: Pep Seciion 2, 3. CKS, LINDA-Opereria 2, 3, 4: Orchesira 2, 3, 4. GGINS, CHARLES-Band 2. 3: Chess CIub 2, 3. 4: Debaie 3, 4: French CIub 3, 4: LaI'in Club 2: Ivlarh CIub 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: PoIiI'icaI Science CIub 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl' 4: Science CIub 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Wise FooIs 2, 3, 4. LL, JANET-Ari Club 4: Band 2, 3, 4: GAA 2. 3: Hall Moniior 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achieve- menr 3, Vice-Presideni 3: Pep CIub 2, 3, 4: Science Seminar 2: Spanish CIub 4: Y-Teens 2, 3. LL, JQHN-I-IaII Ivioniior 3: InI'ramuraIs 2: JCOWA 4. NKLEY, DOUGLAS-CIass Play 3, 4: Creaiive Wriiers CIub 3, 4, Presideni 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Inira- murais 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Laiin CIub 2: Library AssisI'anI' 4: NFL 3, 4, Vice-Presideni 4: Pep CIub 2, 3, 4: QuiII and ScroII 4, Sergeani'-ai-Arms 4: SchooI Paper 4: Siucleni Council 2: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Wise Foois 3, 4. Senior girls, Lynn Tincher, Mary Payne, Kathy Day, Pat Ballard, and Carol Kallas learn techniques of "Bathing a Baby" in Child Development classes at West. maturity of iuclgment in all Al-llVELY, TERESA-Class Play 3, 4: Debale 4: French Club 2: FTA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Section 2, 3, Manager 3: Ouill and Scroll 4: Yearboolq 4, Girls' Sports Editor 4: Y-Teens 2. HOENER, FREDERICK-German Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. HOLDEN, LAWRENCE-Band 2, 3, 4: Boolcstore 4: Classical Music Club 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3: Swing Club 3: Torch and Key- stone 4. HOLLY, MARCUS-Wasson l-ligh School, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2: Intramurals 4: Science Club 4. HOLSINGER, MARTlN-Marti School 2: Chess and Bridge Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Classical Music Club 4: Class Play 4: Creative Writers Club 3, 4, President 4: Debate 3. 4: French Club 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Political Science Club 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Swing Club 3, 4: Thes- pians 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Wise Fools Club 3, 4: Yearbook 4. HOOVER, BRENDA-COE 4: FBLA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: Ollice Assistant 3: Pep Club 3: Pep Section 3. HOTTLE, DAVID-FBLA 3: l-li-Y 4: lnlramurals 4: JCOWA 4: Political Science Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Tennis 4. l'lOYLE, GARY-l-li-Y 2: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4. HUDSON, DEE-Class Play 4: FMC 2: GAA 2, 4: l-lonor Seminar 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Lalin Club 2: Malh Club 3. 4: NFL 3, 4: Sci- ence Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Student Secretary 3: Thespians 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. l'lUFF, DAVID-French Club 2. HUNGLING, CAROL-GAA 3, HUNGLING, WILLIAM-Fairmont East l-ligh School 2, 3. areas at West N-"Y I I ' 1. -P 'VF' fUt If 3 1 ' 1. MW I . sa . 3.2. ,av-c 5 Communicaling 'rhrough oral expression is an imporlam' parl of senior English agrees Ceniral Unil senior, Beverly Senseman. Seniors express enthusiasm for academics HUNSAKER, MARILYN-Class Play 3: French Club 3: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 2, Vice-Presiclenl' 3, Presideni 4: NFL 3: Russian Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Thespians 3: Torch and Keysione 3. 4. IAMS, BARBARA-Band 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: La'rin Club 2: Library Assislanf 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. ILLER, ROY-Harver Branch-Wiclney High School, Los Angeles, California 2, 3. f iRELAND, JOHN--Band 2, 3, 4, Hail Moniior 4, H "s'iV 3 .. lnlramurals 4. JACKSON, FLORA emi JACKSON, KENT-Brookfield Cenlral l-ligh School, Broolofielcl, Wisconsin 2. ..,y. lis, , "ii V if JACOBS, RlCl-IARD-Colonel While High School 2: Baslceiball 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: lniramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 4. JAMISON, KENNETH-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Opereiia 2, 3, 4. JENKIN, CRlSPlN-Debale 2: lnlramurals 3: Junior Achievernenl' 2, 3: Spanish Club 4. JOHNSON, DORCAS JOHNSON, GARY-Xenia High School 2: Baseball 3, 4. JOHNSON, HUBERT-Cafeieria 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Siege Crew 3, 4. JOHNSON, JAMES-Baseball 2, 3: Fooiball 2: Gym Assislani 4: Gyrnnasiics 2: Hall Moniior 3: lnirarnurals 3, 4: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4. JOHNSON, MILTON-Hi-Y 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Laiin Club 2. E JOHNSON, ROGER-lnlrarnurals 2: Library Assisi- an+ 4. JONES, JACOUELYN--Class Play 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnlerscholasiic Baskeiball 3, 4: Library As- sisianlr 3: OpereHa 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Scholarship Team 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Yearbook 4. JONES, JACOUELYN CAROL JORDAN, JANET-French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4K Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3. KALAT, EDWARDeFrench Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4: lniramurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4, Treas- urer 4. KALLAS, CAROL-Hillcresi High School, Sumier, Souih Carolina 2: Home Economics Club 4: Span- ish Club 3, 4. KARNS, LaDONNA-Aifendance Monilor 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 4. KASTENS, KIPP-Debale 3: Hi-Y 2: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: NFL 3: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. KAUSAL, MARILYN-Alier High School 2, 3: FBLA 4: FTA 4: JCOWA 4: Polilical Science Club 4. KAUSAL, SUSAN-Aller High School 2, 3: FBLA 4: FTA 4: JCOWA 4: Poliiical Science Club 4. KECHLER, DAVID-Baseball 2. KEISTER, DOUGLAS-Baseball 2: Gymnasiics 3, 4: lnirarnurals 2: Varsiiy "F" Club 3, 4: Wreslling 2. KEMMER, LINDA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3: GAA 3, 4: Hall lvlonilror 3: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: lniramural Manager 3, 4: Office Assis+an'r 4: OpereH'a 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Seciion 3. W g rg X 223 - X. get ,,,,. ,y W5 5 ,-1,40 ici Fc as f 7 .5 A in 2, I QQ ' is 'V 'P 4:-"3 sis. N., 'I . 2 ' l Sfeve Smifh and Mike Sfeuerf observe frophy case in Main Building as Linda Fox and Susan Ball prepare final fouches. Exploration of science and foreign lands i , JM lm . 5? KEPLER, DAVID-French Club 2, 3: lvlafh Club 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4. KERNAN, JEFFREY-Foofball 2, 3. 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4: Wresfling 2.3. KERSHNER, GLEN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Foofball Mana- ger 2, 3, 4: l-li-Y 4: JCOWA 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. KETZEL, LARRY-Elecfronics Club 4: Library As- sisfanf 3: Radio Club 4. KIEFABER, ROBERT-French Club 2, 3, 4: l-li-Y 3. 4, Secrefary 4: lnframurals 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. KIMBRELL, WAYNE-Foofball 2, 3: l-li-Y 4: Infra- murals 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4, Capfain 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. KINCAID, MONA-Arf Club 4: Class Play 3: FTA 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnferscholasfic Baskefball 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4: lnframural Manager 4: Wise Fools 3. KING, JANET-Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2, 3, Secrefary 2, 3: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3: Home- coming Courl' 4: Home Economics Club 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Sophomore-Junior Secfion Edifor 4. KINGSTON, KATHLEEN-FBLA 3. 4: GAA 2. l-lisforian 4: Office Assisfanf 3, 4. KINNE, ANNE-Ari Club 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. KIRK, PATRICIA-Chorus 4: Class Play 3: French Club 2, 3, 4, Presidenf 4: FTA 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 2: JCOWA 3, 4, Poinf Secrefary 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Opereffa 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: School Paper 4. KLATT, SANDRA-FMC 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Pep Secfion 3. ff Exploring the realms ot a chemistry lab intrigues senior scientist, Don Harlow. stimulates enthusiastic Senior KNIGHT, HOLLY-Art Club 3, 4: Chorus 2: Class ' Play 3: Creative Writers Club 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: Hall Monitor -2: JCOWA 3: Operetta 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Satety Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4. KNIPP, BARBARA-Chorus 2, 3. 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: Homecoming Court 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4: 2nd Corporal 3, Cadet Captain 4: Thespians 4: Yearbook 4. KOLLER, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Lab Assistant 4: Latin Club 2: Operetta 3: Or- chestra 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 4. KOWASKI, MARY ANN-Art Club 4, Executive Board 4: Class Play'3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Inter- scholastic Hockey 3: Intramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3. 4: Latin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Russian Club 2: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Yearbook 4. KRAPF, JUDITH-Chorus 2: FMC 4: GAA 3, 42 Latin Club 2: Operetta 2: Ottice Assistant 4. KRULL, BRENDA-Alter High School 2: Gym- nastics 3: Home Economics Club 4. 0"""15. KYTF, ALVIN DENNIS-Art Club 4: Chorus 4: French Club 2, 3: FBLA 4: JCOWA 3: Operetta 4: Pep Club 2. LAGEMAN, FREDERICK-Basketball 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Varsity "F" Club 4. LAHANAS, JAMES-Intramurals 3, 4: JCOWA f,.s1 Q 1 f' X 4: Latin Club 2. :':l I Qi. fs, .' I ' x ' Xi N LAMBRIGHT, CRAIG-Class Play 4: FBLA 4: Gym- nastics 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 4: Junior Achieve- ment 4. .-'.. f LAMME, WILLIAM-AFS 3. 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: Debate 2, 4: French Club 2, 4: Hutt- man Junior Ambassador Award 4: Hi-Y 4: Intra- murals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4. Vice-President 4: Kettering Youth Action Council 3, 4: NFL 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Torch and Key- stone 3, 4, President 4: Youth Forum 4: Wise Fools 4. LANDRUM, PATRICIA-FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3.4: Pep Section 3: Y-Teens 2. LANE, BRENDA-Chorus 2: Home Economics Club 2: Opereiia 2: Pep Club 2, 3. LANTIS, CHARLES-lniramurals 2, 3, 4. LAW, BARBARA-French Club 2, 3: GAA 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Yearbook 4. LEACH, WILLIAM-l-lall Moniror 4: l-li-Y 3: Junior Achievemen+ 2: Larin Club 2: Pep Club 4. LEE, Cl-IERYL--AFS 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 3: German Club 3, 4: Junior Achievemenr 3, 4. LEGLER, KENNEDY-Debaie 4: l-li-Y 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 4: Poli'rical Science Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Tennis 3. LENNON, LlNDA-Boolcsiore 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 3: l-lome Economics Club 4: Home- coming Queen 4: JCOWA 3: Junior Red Cross 2: Laiin Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Siudenl' Council 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. LEONARD, DOUGLAS-Band 2, 3, 4: Biology Seminar 2: Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Presiclenl 4: Crea- Jrive Wrirers Club 3, 4: Golf 2: l-lonor Seminar 3, 4: Marh Club 3, 4: Opereila 2: Physics Semi- nar 3: Phoiography Club 3, 4: Poliiical Science Club 3, 4: Swing Club 3: Torch and Keyslone 3. 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. LINTON, BARBARA--AFS 3, 4: Boolcsiore 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: lniramurals Manager 3: Junior Achievemenl' 4, Treasurer 4: Maih Club 4: OpereH'a 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Torch ancl Keysione 4: Y-Teens 3. LITTLE, PAMELA-Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Class Offi- cer 3, Social Chairman 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Courl' 4: Lab Assisianl 4: FTA 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Sec'rion 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4: Siuclenr Council 2, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. LOHMANN, ARNOLD-French Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: lnlramurals 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. LOOP, CONSTANCE--AFS 4: FBLA 3, 4, Secre- 'rary 4: GAA 3, 4: Office Assisfanl 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. LOVELACE, SHARON-Class Play 3: Debaie 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: NFL 3, 4. LYNN, JAMES-Debafe 3: Foolball 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assislanr 4: NFL 3, 4: Scholar- Aihleie 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. LYONS, MILDRED-Chorus 2, 3: COE 4: GAA 2, 3: Junior Achievemenl' 2, 3, Presiclenl' 3: Oper- ella 2, 3: Pep Club 2. LYSELL, LYNDA-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: lnl'er- scholasiic Tennis 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Siu- deni Secrelary 4: Y-Teens 2, 3. MACK, LAWRENCE-lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Spanish Club 2: YFC 4. MADDUX, JANlCE-Boolcsiore 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Junior Achievemenr 3, Secreiary 3: Laiin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Biology Seminar 3. Senior Rhythmettes, Judy Blome. Cathy French, and Bev Riner display graceful- ness, radiance, and charm characteristic of the Fairmont West drill team. Outstanding drill MADLIGER, THOMAS-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Student Council 2, 4, Treasurer 4: Varsity "F" Club 3, 4, President 4. MADOLE, SCOTT-Class Play 3: lntramurals 2. 3. 4: Math Club 4: Science Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. MAEDER, SUSAN-Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Operetta 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Section 2: Quill and Scroll 4: Rhythmettes 3, 4, Warrant Officer 4. MALESKE, MICHAEL-I-li-Y 4: lnlramurals 2, 3. 47 Math Club 4: Political Science Club 4: Science Club 4. MALONE, RlCHARD MALOON, DANIEL-Football 3, 4, Manager: JCOWA 4: Latin Club 2: Varsity "F" Club 4. MALTBY, DAVID-Football 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Track 2, 3, 4: vafsny "F" Club 2, 3, 4. MANZO, MARIO MARINO, WILLIAM-Central Catholic High School, West Reading, Pennsylvania, 2: Holy Name High School, Reading, Pennsylvania, 3. team boasts 14 Seniors ii ,fin V3 1-3' Seniors, Kafhy Sfone, Richard Wilfman, and Brad Ridenour rehearse class play. Tlme, clevohon, and clecllcclfion of Seniors MARLIN, FRANK-I-li-Y 4: lnrramurals 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3.4. MARTIN, GARY MAYES, TERESA-Chorus 2: COE 4: French Club 2, 3: FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3: lnlerscholaslic Baslqel- ball 2, Volleyball 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Operelfla 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Seclion 2, 3. MCADOW, BRYAN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Hall Moniior 4: Operella 2, 3, 4. MCCABE, NANCY-AFS 4: Class Play 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Lalin Club 3: NFL 4: Pep Club 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Y- Teens 4. MCCAFFERTY, STEVEN-Class Play 3, 4: Golf 2. 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: NFL 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. MCCLURE, SANDRA-Chorus 3, 4: Operella 3, 4. MCCORMICK, CURTIS-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Infra- murals 2, 3: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. MCCREIGHT, DENNIS-Foolball 2: l-li-Y 2, 3: lnlramurals 2: JCOWA 3: Wreslling 2, 3. MCKEE, JAMES-Gymnasfics 2: l-lall Monllor 4: I-li-Y 4: lnlramurals 2: Library Assislanl 3: Malh Club 3: Slage Crew 2, 3, 4. MCSHERRY, PATRICIA--Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2: Operelfa 2, 3, 4: FMC 3, 4. MEDFORD, KATHERINE-Class Play 3. 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Inlerscholaslic SOH- ball 3: Lafin Club 2: Pep Seddon 3: Torch and Keysrone 4. West's clebafe team, Tom Stork, Dale Hayes, and Steve Nelson listen attentively to Martin Holsinger's affirmative approach. stimulate varied MELIN, LINDA-Band 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 3, 4. MERRIFIELD, JUDY-Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 4: JCQWA 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3, 4: Rhyfhmetfes 2. lvlERRlMAN, NANCY-Fairmont East 2: GAA 2, 3: Home Economics Club 2: Office Assistant 4: Pep Club 2. MEYER. CHARLENE-GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. MEYER, LINDA--Chorus 2, 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3: Home Economics Club 4: JCOWA 4: Opereffa 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Secfion 2, 3: Safety Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Y-Teens 2, 3. MILLER, DAVID-Football 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 4: Wrestling 3, 4. MILLER, HARRY-Hi-Y 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Science Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Track 4. MILLER, NANCY-GAA 3, 4. MILLONIG, CAROL-Class Play 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: JCOWA 3: Latin Club 2: Oper- etfa 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhyfhmettes 3, 4. MILTON, ANDERS-Samrealslcolan i Grangesberg 2, Hegre Allmana Laroverlcet Luclvilca, Ludvilca, Sweden 3: AFS Exchange Student 4: French Club 4, Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 4: JCOWA 4: Student Coun- cil 4. MINGE, RlCHARD-Cafeferia 2, 3: Wresfling 2. MOELLER, PATRlClA-Ames High School, Ames. lowa 3: Chorus 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: lnferscholasfic Basketball 3: JCOWA 4. speech activities at West Compleling senior aclivily lis'l's Pam Mor- ia' ris, Phyllis Price, Kalhy Day, ancl Holly Saul reminisce over Three years of very ac- live high school life al' Fairmonl Wesl. Senior ClC'l'IVI'l'y lusts represents 80 areas MONSCHKE, DOUGLAS-AFS 4: Bancl 2: Chorus 3: Class Play 3: Crealive Wrilers Club 4: French Club 2, 3: l-li-Y 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Wise Fools 3, 4. MOODY, CHARLES-Cenlerville l-ligh.School 2: German Club 4: l-li-Y 4: lnlramurals 3, 4. MOORE, JANET-Boolcslore 2. 3: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl 4: Sluclenl Secrelary 4. MOORE, SHARON-GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Courl 4: JCOWA 4: Li- brary Assislanl 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: School Paper 3. 4. MOORE, SUSAN-French Club 22 GAA 2, 3, 47 l-lall Monilor 3: Home Economics Club 4: lnler- scholaslic Baslcelball 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. MORlNllNGS-l'AR, GLORlA-AFS 4: Ari' Club 4. Execulive Board: Class Play 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Aolverlising Manager 3, Beauly Seclion Edilor 4. MORRIS, NANCY-Chorus 2, 3. 4: GAA 2. 3, 4: l-lome Economics Club 4: Operella 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 2. MORRIS, PAMELA-Chorus 4: FTA 3: GAA 2: l-lall Monilor 4: Junior Recl Cross 2: Library As- sislanl 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seclion 2, 3: Y- Teens 2. MOSHER, EDWARD-Bowell l-ligh School, Lal-labra. California 2, 3: Baseball 4: Baslfelball 4: Foolball 4: l-li-Y 4: Lab Assislanl 4. MOSIER, RICHARD-FBLA 2: Hi-Y 2: Junior Achievennenl 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Phoiographer 4. MOUSE, TERRY-Cheerleaoler 2, 3, 4, Caplain 4: GAA 2: Home Economics Club 4: JCOWA 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: RhyJrhrneH'es 2: Spanish Club 3. MULLEN, JAMES--lnirarnurals 4: Poliiical Science Club 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsiry "F" Club 4. MURRAY, LESLIE-Baseball 2: Crealive Wrilers 3: Foorball 3, 4: Hi-Y 3: Infrannurals 2, 3, 4: Varsiry "F" Club 4. MURTAUGH, MICHAEL-Chess and Bridge Club 2, 4: Deba+e 3, 4: French Club 2: Hall Moniror 3: Hi-Y 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 41 Polilical Science Club 4. MYERS, GERALD-FBLA 2, 3, 4: FMC 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3.4: Lalin Club 2. NAKASHIMA, STEVE-Hi-Y 4: Wresfling 2, 4. NELSON, STEVEN-Band 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: Deba'l'e 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secrerary 3, Vice-Presi- denl' 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: Tennis 3: Thespians 3: Torch and Keysrone 4. NELSON, WILLIAM-AFS 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Hall Moniior 3: Hi-Y 2: lniramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 4: NFL 2, 3, 4, Presicleni 4: Oper- eH'a 2, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Caprain 4: Thespians 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4. NlCELY, RAYMONDE-Band 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Class Play 3: French Club 3, 4: FTA 3, 4, lniramural Manager 4: Operelia 2, 3, 4: Or- chesrra 2, 3, 4: Safeiy Club 2: Slage Band 3, 4: Torch ancl Keyslone 3, 4. NIEHUS, CARL-Hi-Y 4: JCOWA 4: Opererla 2: Orchesira 2. NOLAN, BETH-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: FBLA 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 3, Vice-Presidenl' 4: GAA 2: Honor Seminar 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievernenl' 2: KeH'ering Youih Aclion Council 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Opere-Ha 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seciion 2: Ouill ancl Scroll 3, 4: Rhyihm- eH'es 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Organi- zalions anol Sludenl Life Eclilor 4: Y-Teens 2. NORMAN, STEVEN-AFS 3: French Club 2: Hall Monilor 4: YFC 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presiclenr 4. NUNN, KENNETH-AFS 3: French Club 2: Hall Moniror 4: YFC 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presidenr 4. OATES, CRYSTAL-Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnierscholasfic Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Library Assislranl 3: Operelrla 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. OETERS, JOHN O'HARA, MYRON-German Club 3, 4: lnlramurals 3, 4: Lab Assisranlr 3: Lalin Club 2: Malh Club 3: Science Club 3, 4, Presidenr 3, Secrerary- Treasurer 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. ORF, SANDRA-Fairrnonl Easi' High School 2, 3: Caieleria 4. School days of Fairmont mg ff., 23 IQ . 'Yi Exploring fhe complicafed world of mechan- ics, Dave Shannon and John Hill gain fech- nical knowledge from aufomofive shop. West combines PALMER, BARBARA-Norfhridge l-ligh School 2' COE 4: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 3: JCOWA 3. PARKER, ANNE-AFS 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: FMC 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab As- sisfanf 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3. PARKS, ROGER-Band 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Scholar- Afhlefe 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4. PATON, PATRICIA-French Club 2, 3: FMC 2: GAA 2: Office Assisfanf 3, 4. PAYNE, MARY-FBLA 2, 3: Home Economics Club 2, 3: Office Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Sfudenf Secrefary 4. PEASE, STEPHEN-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baslcefball 2. 3, 4: Class Officer 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Sfudenf Council 2: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. PEED, SANDRA-Sfranahan High School, Forf Lau- derdale, Florida 2, 3. PERCIFIELD, KIMBERLY-GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 3: Office Assisfanf 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3. PERKINS, ANDREA-Chorus 4: FBLA 3: GAA 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. PERRY, DONNA-Fairborn l-liqh School 2: Graham Local High School, Sf. Paris, Ohio 3. PERRY, EUGENE PESTER, SUSAN-COE 4: FBLA 4: FMC 2: GAA 2, 3: Junior Achievemenf 3, 4: Lab Assisfanf 3. Rain or shine, Jan Schuerholz and Jim Lynn enjoy conversing on fhe campus benches. classes with conversation for PETERS, JOHN-Chess CIub 3: Golf 4: Hi-Y 4: Inframurals 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club 2. PETRY, LINDA-AFS 4: French CIub 2, 3: FTA 2. 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 3, 4. PHILLIPS, EARL-FoofbaII, Manager 4: Track 3. PHILLIPS, JACK-Hi-Y 3, 4: Inframurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Swing Club 4. PLACE, IVIAITLAND-Foofball 2, 3, 4: Inframurals 3, 4: Lab Assisfanf 3: Varsify "F" Club 4. PLATT, ALBERT Ns? PLATT, GILBERT I POHLE, MICHAEL ' I PORTER, NANCY-Arf CIub 4: Band 2, 3: French I . A Club 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 2, 4:'HaII Monifor 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Pep CIub 4. T' I PORTUNE, ROBERT-CarroII High SchooI 2: Debafe 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4.' POWELL, MELANIE-COE 4: French Club 2, 3: FBLA 4: Home Economics Club 3. PRESLEY, PAUL-HaII Monifor 4. Seniors PRICE, Pl'lYLLlS-GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Recl Cross 2, 4: Lab Assisfanf 4: Lafin Club 2: Pep Club 2: Pep Secfion 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 4: Y-Teens 2. PROBST, ROBERTA-Class Play 3: GAA 2, 3: Home Economics Club 4: lnferscholasfic Volleyball 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Library Assisfanf 2: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: School Paper 4: Spanish Club 2. PROEITT, JOANNE-GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 4: l-lall lvlonifor 4. PYPER, NANCY-French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Pep Secfion 3. OUAST, MICHAEL-lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. OUIGLEY, CELIA-Arf Club 4: Creafive Wrifers Club 3: Polifical Science Club 4. RALSTON, ROBERT RAMSEY, STAN-Baseball 2, 3: Baslcefball 2, 3, 4: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3 4: Varsify "E" Club 3.4. RAYBURN, DAVID MICHAEL-Band 2: l-li-Y 3, 4: lnfraurnurals 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenf 3: Lab Assisfanf 4: Lafin Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Torch and Keysfone 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4. REAGAN, RANDOLPH-Band 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Swing Club 3. REED, KAREN-Class Officer 4, Secrefary: GAA 2, 3, 4, Presidenf 4: l-lonor Seminar 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Lafin Club 2: Office Assisfanl' 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. REESE, LINDA-COE 4: FBLA 2, 3: GAA 2, 3: lnferscholasfic Hoclcey 2, Soffball 3: Office As- sisfanf 3. REIGELSPERGER, GARY-l-li-Y 4: lnframurals 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Library Assisfanf 2, 3: Polifical Sci- ence Club 4: Tennis 4. REINERT, ROBERT-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Eoofball 2, 3, 4: Oymnasfics 3: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenf 4: Varsify "E" Club 3, 4. REINICKE, DANIEL-Eoofball, Manager 2, 3: Golf 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Varsify "E" Club 3, 4. REINICKE, SUSAN-French Club 2, 3: ETA 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Junior Reol Cross 4. RETTICH, JAMES-Oymnasfics 2: lnframurals 2, 3. RHEUBLE, BARBARA-AES 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Erench Club 2, 3: EMC 4: FTA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Safefy Club 2: Sfudenf Secrefary 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. I a 1 I Though ihe old oalc 'free will be here lor years lo come, seniors Jim Twohiq, Belh Nolan, Paliy Kirk, and Tom Brewer find Three years al Wesi pass all loo quiclcly. K-WWW Seniors' memories link past with future RlBAS, DENIS RICKARD, MARCIA-Ari Club 3, 42 Class Play 3, 41 French Club 3i GAA 2, 3, 41 JCOWA 3, 4, Treasurer 4i Lab Assislanl 41 Lalin Club 21 Pep Club 21 Russian Club 2, Secreiary 2: Thes- pians 3, Ali Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. RIDD, NANCY-French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 41 Gym Assisiani 41 lnlerscholaslic Tennis 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, 41 JCQWA 3, Ili Torch ancl Keyslone 3, 4. RIDENOUR, BRADFORD-Class Play 3, 41 Crealive Wrilers Club 41 Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 31 Sludenl Council 41 Thespians 3, 41 Torch and Key- aw slone 4. RIEL, JAMES-Chess and Briolge Club 21 lnlra- ,W murals 2, 31. Lab Assislanl 3. T i RKSGS, EARL-Poolball 2, 3, 4i lnlramurals 2, 3, 4i Traclc 41 Varsily "F" Club 3, 41 Wresiling 4. -N ga RINER, BEVERLY-Class Play 3, 41 FBLA 41 Fulure 5 Teachers 21 GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 41 Lalin H. Y Club 21 Pep Club 3. 41 Quill and Scroll 41 Year- ii' boolc 41 Y-Teens 2. K . V V , Z 5 5 RISKO, VVlLLlAlvl-lnlramurals 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club g f . V 2 2, 3, 4. , . RlTCl-llE, KAREN-Band 2, 4: Class Play 3, 47 j 3 IJ V T French Club 3, 41 GAA 2, 3, 41 lnlrarnural Mana- ' I qer 41 JCOWA 3, 41 Lalin Club 21 NPI. 3, 41 A V ,yy i T33 Pep Club 3, 41 Pep Seclion 31 Quill and Scroll 41 I i' ,r T ,,, Torch and Keysione 3, 41 Yearboolc 4, Facully Ecli- df . A' " irif 1 'lor 4. Campus-style high school ff-fd WesI's seven-building campus wilh live minules belween classes makes senior boys examples of efficiency experls. inspires Seniors ROBBINS, SI-IAELA-COE 4: FBLA 3: Pep Club 2, 3. RODGERS, RALPH-I-Ii-Y 2, 3: Pep CIub 4. ROEPKIN, SANDRA-Chorus 2: French CIub 2. ROGERO, PAMELA-AFS 3, 4: Ari Club 4: Chorus 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Inierscholasiic Hockey 2, Soli- ball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4: Inirarnural Manager 4: Opereiia 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4. Presicleni' 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Y-Teens 3. RONK, PHILIP ROSS, CI-IERYL-Union Cily Wayne I-Iigh SchooI, Union Cily, Incliana, 2, 3: Ari CIub 4: Chorus 4: FBLA 4: I-Iome Economics Club 4: Junior Achieve- menl 4: Opereila 4: Spanish CIub 4. ROSS, TERRY ROTI-IAAR, TI-IOMAS-I-IaII Ivioniior 2: I-Ii-Y 4: Iniramurals 2, 3, 4: Pep CIub 4: Track 2, 3: Var- sily "F" Club 2, 3, 4. H ROTTERIv1AN,JANE-Alrer I-Iigh School 2. ROWLAND, JAMES-German Club 3: Oymnasfics 2, 3, 4: Inframurals 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Lafin Club 2: Tennis 2: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. RUPP, LESLEE-Arf Club 4: FTA 4: GAA 3, 4? JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. RUNYAN, JAMES-French Club 2: German Club 4: Junior Achieyennenf 2: Science Club 4. RUPEL, ROBERT-French Club 3: Vnframurals 2, 4: Library Assisfanf 4: School Paper 3. RUSSELL, JAMES-lnframurals 2, 3, 4. RUTH, DAVID-Baskefball 2, 3, 4, Capfain 4: French Club 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: lnfrannurals 2, 3, 4: lvlalh Club 4, Presidenf 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Scholar- Afhlefe 3, 4: Torch ancl Keysfone 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsify "P" Club, Sergeanf-af-Arrns 4. RYDER, JANIS-Class Play 4: PTA 3: GAA 2, 3. 4: Home Economics Club 4: lnferscholasfic Vol- leyball 2, 3: lnframural Manager 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisfanf 4: Office Assisfanf 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 3: Sfudenf Council 2. SACHLEBEN, DAVID-German Club 2: Oymnasfics 2, 3, 4: Hall Monifor 4: Hi-Y 2, 4: JCOWA 4: lvlafh Club 3, 4: Opereffa 2: Radio Club 3, Vice- Presidenf 3: Sfage Crew 4. SAUER, DANIEL-lnframurals 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Li- brary Assisfanf 2: Pep Club 3. SAUER, KATHLEEN-Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4. SAUL, HOLLY-Creafive Wrifers Club 3: French Club 2, 3: PTA 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 4: Pep Secfion 3: Polifical Science Club 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Yearbook 4: Y-Teens 2. SCHAEFPER, THEA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4. SCHAEUBLIN, DOUGLAS-Foofball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: lnfrarnurals 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 4: Wresfling 2. SCHIERLINO, GEORGE-FTA 3: Hall Monifor 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisfanf 4: Polifical Science Club 4. SCHLMALENBEROER, JANICE-Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 4: Pep Secfion 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. SCHNEIDER, NANCY-PTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hall lvlonifor 2: JCOWA 3: Office Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. SCHUERHOLZ, JAN-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 3: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Recl Cross 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 3: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Yearbook 4. SCHUESSLER, MARK-Gyrnnasfics 4: lvlafh Club 3. Sandy Grice sells liclcels lo senior class play, Jezebel, lo Danny Duell, Diane Car- ler, Dave DiSalvo, and Kalhy Kingslon. Senior class play, JEZEBEL, gains acclaim SCHULER, THEODORE-l-li-Y 2, 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Wreslling 2, 3. SEILER, HAROLD-Wiley l-ligh School, Terre Flaule, Indiana 2: lnlramurals 4. SENSEMAN, BEVERLY-GAA 2, 3, 4: l-lome Eco- nomics Club 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Pep Seclion 2: Polilical Science Club 4. SEYLER, MICHELLE-Chorus 2: French Club 4: FMC 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Library Assislanl 3: Operella 2: Pep Club 2, 4. SHAFOR, SALLY-COE 4: French Club 2: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. Sl-IANKLIN, SALLY-Arr Club 4: Class Play 3: FTA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4. SHANNON, DAVlD-Foolball 2: lnlrarnurals 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Wresllinq 2, 3, 4.- SHATZFR, JAMES-Band 2, 3, 4: lnrramurals 2, 3, 4: Wreslling 3, 4. SHQEMACHER, MARK-Baseball 2: Foolball 2. 3, 4: French Club 2: l-li-Y 3: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Sludeni' Council 3: Varsily "F" Club 3, 4: Secrelary 4: Wreslling 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4: Yearbook 4. SHOCK, CHERYL SHOWECKER, CARL-I3asebaII 3, 4: FooIbaII 3, 41 InIrarnuraIs 2, 37 TracI4 37 Varsilry "F" CIub 3, 4. SINGLETON, WILLIAM SINGLETON, JAMES-Inrramurals 3, 47 JCOWA 47 Library AssisIan'r 27 PoIiIicaI Science CIub 4. SMITH, DIANE-French CIub 3: FTA 4: JCOWA 4. SMITH, DONALD-AFS 3, 4, Co-Chairman 47 Ger- man CIub 3, 47 JCOWA 3, 47 LaIin CIub 27 Rus- sian CIub 27 Science CIub 3, 4. SMITH, JANICE-ArI CIub 47 Caielreria 2, 3, 47 FBLA 37 Junior Achievennenlr 47 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. SMITH, MARGARET-GAA 3, 4: Cvynnnasfics 3. 47 Home Economics CIub 27 JCOWA 37 Pep CIub 3. SMITH, RAE-Chorus 4. SMITH, RICHARD-EIecIronics Club 27 Visual Aids 3, 4. SMITI-I, SANDY--Bloomfield I-IiIIs High School, Bir- mingham, Michigan, 27 ArI CIub 47 French CIub 27 GAA 37 Gymnasfics 3, 47 Home Economics CIub 47 FTA 47 LaIin CIub 37 Pep CIub 2, 3, 47 Pep Secfion 2. SMITH, STEVEN-Chorus 2, 47 EIecIronics CIub 2, 37 Hi-Y 4: Opereifa 2, 4. SNYDER, GREG-I3asebaII 27 BasIceIbaII 2, 3, 47 Class Officer 2, Vice PresicIenI7 FooIbaII 27 In- Irarnurals 2, 3, 47 JCOWA 3, 47 Maih CIub 3, 47 Pep CIub 2, 3, 4. SNYDER, MICHAEL SNYDER, RITA-C.O.E. 4. SPAI-IR, DANIEL-Band 2, 3, 47 C5ymnasIics 2, 37 InIramuraIs 2, 3, 47 Junior AchievemenI 27 Or- chesIra 27 Pep CIub 4i SchooI Paper 3, 47 SIage Band 2, 3, 4. SPAHR, JAMES-FooIbaII 3, 4: Siage Crew 2, 3, 4. - . . A : SPARKS, WANDA COE 4, FBLA 4, Gi A 3 Horne Economics CIub 27 SIudenI Secrefary 3, 4. M ' I ,ll : - im X . i Q lurifimw Service, supplementary a l98 "Newspapers in fhe classroom" become elfecfive ieaching device for senior social s+uclies classes in all unils. icls complement SPIVEY, CHARLES-Cross Counlry 3: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: lvlalh Club 3, 4: Science - Club 4. STATHES, CHRISTINE-Ari Club 4: Erench Club 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 4: Library Assisiani 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. STAUTZENBACH, JUDITI-l-GAA 2, 3, 4: Home- coming Courl' 4: lnierscholaslic Tennis 3, 4, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4: Office Assislanl 4: Pep Club 2: Pep Seciion 2, 3: Spanish 'Club 2, 3, Presiclenl' 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. ST. CLAlR, CHARLES-Ari Club 4: lnlrarnurals 4: Junior Achievernenl 3: Lalin Club 4: Track 4. STEELE, JOHN-Eooiball 2, 3: l-li-Y 4: Lab Assisi- anl 3: lvlalh Club 4: Science Club 4. STEINHAGEN, WILLIAM-Crealive Wriiers Club 3: Eleclronics Club 2: FBLA 2: l-li-Y 2: Inlra- murals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Radio Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. STEUERT, DOUGLAS-Erench Club 2, 3: Gymnas- Jrics 3, 4: l'li-Y 4: l-lonor Seminar 2, 3, 4: lnlra- murals 2, 4: JCOWA 3: lvlalh Club 4: Torch ancl Keyslone 4. STEVENS, JANETTE-Chorus 3: GAA 2, 3: Library Assislanl 4: Operella 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhylhm- elles 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. STEWART, PAUL STONE, KATHLEEN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4: Crealive Wriiers Club 4: GAA 2: l-lall Moni- lor 2: Lalin Club 2: NFL 4: Operelia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. STORIE, SHERRIE STORK, THOMAS-Ari Club 3, 4: Class Play 4: Debale 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemeni 2: Keliering Youih Aclion Council 4: Lalin Club 2: Maih Club 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Polilical Science Club 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, Vice-Presideni 3, Presidenl 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Wise Eools 4. Susan Temple and Sandra Klaff experience pride in operafing PBX machine in office. knowledge, and STORRS, ANN-Class Play 4: GAA 3, 4: Infer- scholasfic Baslqefball 3, 4, Hockey 3: JCOWA 4: Library Monifor 4: Tennis 3, 4. STRATHEARN, MARY ANNE-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assisfanf 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assisfanf 3: NFL 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Thespians 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. SWABB, BEVERLY-French Club 2: JCOWA 4: Library Assisfanf 4: Mafh Club 4: Science Club 3, 4. SWEENEY, BRENDA-Chorus 3, 4: Lab Assisfanl' 3: Office Assisfanf 4: Opereffa 3, 4: Pep Secfion 3, 4. SWEET, DALE-FBLA 3. SWIGERT, JOHN-Baslcelball 2: Gymnasfics 2: ln- framurals 2, 3: Wresfling 3. TAYLOR, DONNA-Band 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Opereffa 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4. TAYLOR, GEORGE-Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4: Hall Mon- ifor 3: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenf 2: Lafin Club 2: Science Club 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. TAYLOR, GINGER-Harriman High School, Harri- man, Tennessee 2: Ari Club 4: GAA 4: Junior Achievemenf 4. TEMPLE, SUSAN-Band 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: French Club 2: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Office Assisfanl' 3, 4. THERIAULT, JOHN-Chillicofhe High School 2: Booksfore 3: Cross Counfry 2, 3, 4, Capfain 4: French Club 2: Gynnnasfics 2: Hi-Y 3: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. THOMAS, DALE-Gymnasfics 2, 3, 41 Hi-Y 2: lnframurals 2, 3: Lafin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3. 2'-in. if- ,Tre motivation for Seniors in W X. ' A -. fffi y THOMAS, RUTl-l-APS 4: Class Play 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Sluolenl Secrelary 4: YFC 3, 4. THOMPSON, OARYmShorlridge l-ligh School, ln- dianapolis, Indiana 3. Tl-lUNN, SHARON-Chorus 3, 4: FMC 4: GAA 2: Home Economics Club 4: Junior Reol Cross 4: Lalin Club 2, 3: Operella 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. TlNCl-HER, LINDA-FBLA 2, 3: GAA 2, 3: l-lall lvlonilor 4. TRAVIS, LINDA-Chorus 3, 4: GAA 2. TREAT, NED44Cross Counlry 4: Eleclronics Club 4. TROBAUOH, LINDA-FBLA 3. 4: GAA 2: l-lome Economics Club 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 3. TRUETT, WILLIAM-Foolball 2: Gymnaslics 2, 3: Lalin Club 3: Swing Club 2, 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3. TWOI-HG, JAMES-Golf 2, 3, 4: Gyrnnaslics 2, 3: l-li-Y 2: lnlramurals 4: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3: Ouill and Scroll 4: Varsily "F" Club 2, 3, 4: Year- book 4, Sporls Eclilor 4. UPDYKE, JOHN-lnlramurals 2, 3: Lalin Club 2: Wreslling 4. T URBAN, NANCY-Class Play 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gyrnnaslics 2, 3, 4: Operella 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seclion 2: Rhylhmelles 3, 4: Science Seminar 4: Spanish Club 2. UTZINGER, JAMES-Crealive Wrilers Club 3: Operella 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Polilical Sci- ence Club 4: Raclio Club 3, 4. Presiclenl 4: Science Club 4: Torch ancl Keyslone 3, 4. VALIOUETTE, KAREN-Aller l-ligh School 2: Crea- live Wrilers Club 4: GAA 3, 4: l-lall lvlonilor 4: Pep Club 3: School Paper 4: Spanish Club 4. VAN OVER, GERALDINE-FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2. 3, 4: l-lall lvlonilor 2, 3: lnlerscholaslic Baslcelball 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4: l-loclqey 2, 3, 4: Soflball 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4: lnlramural Manager 3, 4. VENARD, ROBERT-Caleleria 4. VENTURA, THOMAS-APS 2: French Club 2, 3: Oymnaslics 2, 3: Traclc 2, 3, 4. VIETS, ROBERT-Baslcelball 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2, Presiolenl: Golf 2, 3, 4: I-lall Monilor 4: lnlra- murals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Scholar-Alhlele 3: Sluclenlr Council 3, 4, Presi- clenl 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Varsily "F" Club 2, 3, 4. WADE, STEPHEN-Tracli 2. Anclers Milion, Sweclen's exchange sludenl +0 Kellering discusses nalive fads wilh his American brolher, Bill Lemme, and seniors, Jaci Jones and Marlha Apple. 'F 5. AFS brings touch of Sweden to Seniors WAllNlWRlGl-lil, BRADFORD-Chorus 4: Erench Club 2, 3: EBLA 4: l-lall lvlonilor 4: l-li-Y 2, 3: lnlrarnurals 4: JCOWA 3, 4: lvlalh Club 4: Operella 4: Pep Club 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Science Club 4: Wise Fools 4. WALKER, JOHN-Class Play 4: French Club 2: l-li-Y 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 4: School Paper 4. WALTERS, DONALD WATSQN, GEORGE WATSON, LEE-ETA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Library Assislanl 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seclion 2, 3. WEAVER, DANA-Science Club 4: Spanish Club 3: 'lraclc 3, 4: Varsily "E" Club 4. WEAVER, JANIECE--GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Eco- nornics Club 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Seclion 2. WEAVER, KAREN-French Club 2: GAA 2, 4: Library Assislanl 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WELCl-l, MICHAEL-Gymnaslics 2, 3: lnlramurals 2: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 4. in "t".2?' ,,....-Q up-W... sr ' Hr 5' Ii 3, , ,I . ,Q A Y fbi A is :nl if - ., H N-I 5 , ' i A ii, E.. 1, in am A Pausing alone in the arnphitheater, senior MIcSIetIc t'IIoktF' t ie ei r aesa ina o a alrmon West's beautitul 6OAacre campus. Excitement mounts for 520 Seniors at K eenn, I tttt "" lk I I Qii i i i i I I A ,. - ew M , H a 'M E ' 1' . :w"""'9i etntt M WENRICK, DONNA-AFS 4: Class Play 4: French l Club 2, 3., 4: FMC 2: FTA 3, 4: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Ottice Assistant 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Yearboolc 4. WENZ, JAMES-Cross Country 2: Gymnastics 2: I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Wrestling 4. WI-IEELER, JOYCE-COE 4. WI-IITE, BARBARA-Chorus 2: GAA 2, 3: I-Iome Economics Club 4: Operetta 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Section 2. WI-IITESELL, JEFFREY-I-Iall Monitor 2: I-Ii-Y 4: Intramurals 2: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Political Science Club 4. WI'IYTE, PATRICIA-French Club 2: GAA 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WICK, JAMES-AFS 4: Band 3: Chemistry Seminar 4: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Math Club 4: Scholar Athlete Award 3, 4: Science Club 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Traclc 2, 3, 4: Varsity "F" Club 3, 4. WIESMANN, CAROL JANE-Class Play 3: French Club 2: FTA 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3: GAA 2: NFL 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. WILCOX, PAUL-Intramurals 3, 4: Radio Club 3, 4. WILKENS, NANCY-AFS 4: Class Play 4: French Club 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 2: Intramural Manager 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 4: Junior Red Cross 4: NFL 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3. WILLIAMS, CI-IARLOTTE JANE-Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Chorus 2, 4: Class Play 3: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: lnterscholastic Volleyball 2: Ottice- As- sistant 4: Operetta 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Senior-Section Editor 4: YFC 3, 4, Vice-President 4. WILLIAMS, ROBERT-Chess Club 2: Class Play 3: Gymnastics 4: Intramurals 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3, 4: Latin Club 4: Torch and Key- stone 4. Yearbook phofographer cafches Seniors Joe De Haven, Bob Viefs, and Jaine Williams, as fhey leave anofher acfive day af Wesf. West, as June WILSON, WlLLlAM-Debafe 3: Foofball 2, 3, 4: lnfrarnurals 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 4. WITTMAN, RICHARD-Class Play 3, 4: Debafe 3,'4: Foofball 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: lvlafh Club 4: NFL 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Polifical Science Club 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Traclc 2: Wresfling 2. WOLF, JAMES-Fairmonf Easf High School 2, 3. WRIGHT, MARY-lvlf. Healfhy High School, Cin- cinnafi, Ohio 2, 3: FBLA 4: GAA 3: Lafin Club 3, 4. WRIGHT, PATRlClA-GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 3, 47 Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Pep Secfion 2: Torch and Keysfone 4: Y-Teens'3. YATES, JOHN-lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Traclc 2, 3, 4. YOUNG, WILLIAM-lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4. YOUNGMAN, ANITA-AFS 4: Arf Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 3: NFL 3: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Secfion 3: Spanish Club 3: Thespians 3: Torch and Key- sfone 4. ZAPPE, JANE-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3.4: Home Economics Club 47 JCOWA 3, 4. ZAREMSKI, RONALD-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baslcefball 2: Class Officer 3, 4, Presiclenf 3, 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: lnframurals 3: Pep Club 4: Sfudenf Council 2: Varsify "F" Club 2. 3, 4, Treas- urer 4. ZIMMFRMAN, GLORIA-Home Economics Club 4: YFC 4. ZIPF, THOMAS-Cross Counfry 2: Debafe 3: Hi-Y 3 JCOWA 3 NFL 3 4 Pe Club 4' Polifical i i I i p I Science Club 4: Traclc 2, 3, 4: Varsify "F" Club 3, 4. 6 graduation approaches . ww:4W,. ,if I 'N ,Jr 3 47" .X Ai Fi , ' 4 V . A CAV T i ' W f'fK'i4R51f'H g T HW' if x iii 3 W ,W ...W M lf" . ima I ' A '35 G' WO' "4 iiii if ,ir A? W , . , 25 Wh M f il X 159' ff 5,f'R"5v. wi' ' Xilffff if , Q During The JUNIOR year, WesT's sTudenTs experience a period oi TransiTion. JUNIORS enioy The unique saTisTacTion oi being The class in-beTween. From The sophomore year, These sTudenTs have acquired poise and maTuriTy. buT They have noT yeT gained The confidence required of a senior. JUNIORS bcome more collegeeminded as evidenced by Their visiTs To various universiTies and Their aTTendance aT college conTerences. When They are JUNICRS, These sTudenTs TirsT learn The Thrill oT Trying ouT Tor The Junior Class Play, oT being on The varsiTy Teams. and oT presenTing The prom in honor oT The seniors. JUNIORS also Take numerous TesTs which prove ThaT They are growing up menTally, physically, and socially. To The JUNIOR. FairmonT WesT is more Than a means OT educaTion- iT is an inTegral way oT life. b .M. ,,,H, ..... :.1yNM .... . S ' QV5A'kFiif APSSSELQQEQEY V? TQ3HEMgg5wwgmWq,M 5 25:5 i 'A fif' 13,115 W" '1- -4mwfFFqw3Qw,WQN X- g 'Eff -A fs-' . w d e m f , T re 3 5 U - JuNloRs - JuNloRs - JuNloRs - Jun Pleasures in giving practiced by Juniors V,-"""x we-Q Adam, Slewari Aleslagle, l-lenry Allen, Jane Allen, Margarei Allsup, Michael Ambrosino, John Ancsan, John Andres, BeHy Andrews, Jan Ankney, Benjamin Ankney, Jon Appenzeller, Joyce Appleion, lvlariie Arnorl, Roloeri Ashmun, Doug Ausiin, William Aynes, Richard Bach, Gerald Bains, Thomas Baker, Barney Baker, Gene Baker, Palsy Baker, Philip Balderson, Sharon Banks, William Barnhiser, William Barr, Frederick BarreH', Ronald Bealiy, Helen Bedwell, Linda Beebe, James Bellar, Karen Belion, Deborah Blackford, Douglas Blair, Nancy Blake, Janer Blakeman, John Bloomfield, Gary Bloomfield, Sandra Bohardi, John Borchers, Todd Boslon, Frank Melanie Weelcs, Marli Applelon, and Chris Roof supper? Wesf's Uniled Appeal Drive by giving one gill in lhe wishing well. Bowden, James Bowman, Sharon Bowman, Weslon Brandenburg, Linda Brandi, Janer Braurigam. Conni Breckenridge, Calhy Breilenslein, Daniel Brislow, Janice Broughlon, Jaclc Browne, Valerie Brubaker, Judilh Brusl, Albefl' Bryer, Cynlhia Buelcer, James Bumgardner, Gary Burns, Gary Bulclce, Susan Buller, Andrea Buller, Susannah Buvinger, Bradley Cain, Jeannie Campbell, Don Campbell, John New X so A39 4'1- -f1A me 5 Campbell, Shellie Carnwrighi, Shelly Carier, William Carly, Donna Casior, Penelope Caupp, Orville Chalcrian, Carol Chambers, Pairicia Charier, Melody Clarlc, Gerry Clifford, Carolyn Climer, Cynihia Clingman, Paula Closey, Susan Cobb, Kendall Cohen, Lawrence Combs, Palriclc Conley, Shelley Connell, Laurie Connolly, Thomas Cook, Jack Corban, John Cornelius, Sieven Corre, Mariha Juniors discover numerous opportunities in R Mai io!! Ohio wiih Hs numerous colleges offers many opporfuniiies for Wesi' graduaies agree Sieve Yosi' and Kaihi Horsfman Cory, Alice Cost, Jett Cost, Steven Coulles, Greg Cowdrey, Robert Crawtord, Sheila Creech, Donnie Criss, Amy Cron, Sheryl Cunningham, Kent Cupp, Jess Darling, Deborah Davis, Nancy Davis, Thomas Dichter, Karen Diclcerson, Denney Dickinson, Susan Diclcman, Kristine Dieterle, David Dill, Stephen Dobbins, Rebecca Donaldson, Daniel Dooley, Victoria Doss, Stephen 6' C. Axe? Q' 1 R - 3 a1f1, 'I 'E arf? iw- . tg, i s SA 1. ,E,.,,,: , X i 3' . X A ,,h X I! fins H' T 1 , Y. "1 . ak i cs 6 E IB fi J - ,i i 1 ' ' Q I a variety of areas through higher education Downey, Kenneth Dross, Ellen Dunn, Claudine Dybvig, David Eamoe, Thomas Earhart, Linda Edwards, Charles Edwards, Dianna Eitort, Bonnie Ellis, Charlene Engleman, Jane Eshelman, Douglas Essenpreis, Patricia Evans, Joseph Ferguson, Phyllis Ferguson, Susan Eetzer, Donald Eilo, John J f'N X We F for 'E ,fy , A N ii , 2l0 Finegold, Brian Fisher. John Flynn, Loyd Flynn,' Siephen Foley, Roberla Foole, Linda Ford, Cheryl Forie, Donna Fosier, Beverly Fraley, Darlene Fraze, Mark Freeland, Phyllis French, Roberi' Fries, Thomas Fryman, Tedriclc Galli, Palricia Galloway, Suzanne Gardner, Judiih Garvic, Elaine Geaudreau, David George, Gregory Geller, Wendy Gibson, Connie Girardol, Shirley Juniors find time for casual conversation Goodnough, Timoihy Gorham, Paul " ' Goiischall, Chris gg Gould, Cynihia Grady, Virginia Gray, Franlc Greber, Arlin Green, Dennis Green, Donald Grimshaw, Gary Griswold, Cynihia Gross, Roberi l-lager, Roberf l-lahn, Siephen l-lall, Sherry l-lamilion, David Hannah, Larry l-larding Roberl' irriizffii' Harris, Linda Harris, Mark l-larl. Dale Hayes. Slephen Hechler, Karen Heck, Michael l-leilrnan. Ronald Heller, Edward Heller, Frederick Hendrix, Pamela Hess, James Hesler, Gary l-lelzel, Jennifer l-limeloaugh, Palricia l-lipple, Richard Hockell, Donald Holderman, Linda Holmslrom, Gerda lnforrnalily of campus-slyle high school pre- senls ideal opporlunify during change of classes lo meer sludenis from olher unils agree Sue Bufcke and Craig French. A, RJ if R- ? QW 'N K xx ' 3 2 R in x Y R. s 2 Y, fs , Qian' 'v gil il Unit counselors assist Juniors in Horner, Barbara Horslman, Kalherine Horlon, John Howard, Calherine Howard, Donald Howard, Susan' Howe, Linda Howell, Timolhy Huddleslon, Carole Huden, Barbara Humphrey, James Humphreys, Deborah Huichinson, Diana Huichinson, John Hulchinson, Margarel Ingersoll, JoAnn Irvin, Laurel lrwin, Charles helping Jacobs, Michael James, Carol James, Michael Johnson, Banonzel Johnson, James Johnson, Kaihryn Johnson, Sieven Johnson, Susan Jolly, Marlc Jones, Kay Jones, Marlc Jones, Sally Jordan, Bradley Kalbfleisch, Karen Kesling, Janel Keiileson, Kevin Kidd, Marlcila Killinger, Joseph Kinkade, Lloyd Kirlc, Timoihy Kisling, Kay Kissell, Mark Kline, Chrisiine Kohl, Douglas Pai Himebaugh discusses college require- menis wilh counselor Miss Ruih Anderson. make Kolb, Douglas Koshofler, Susan Kovach, John Krapi, John Kreitzer, Kenny Krynzel, Robert Lanclrom, Gregory Large, Linda Laspe, Douglas Laughter, David Leathley, Samuel Ledlord, Pamela Leeson, Rebecca Leggett, David Leiter, Victor Lennon, Barbara Lennon, Bradley Lewber, Judith Lindquist, Mary Jo Lindsey, Timothy Linklater, William Lira, Thomas Liisey, Larry Locke, Barbara wise future vocational selections ,ge , v- 1 X- . , 5 1 sf Q j ,... , so -H E fl it M sg 1,,1,Q.5w - Q X -.sfrzs5,1zgg 'x Qi?-2 .f ff.s":N' ii . ' 7 . sigh . 3- iw sim' - if:-I , - I sg. eff? Sf Yr,- -4 3? Ta! Q.-e .QM Eviv' f .,..-.AM Junior Class supports many extra activities f-X an M... X ij . ,.:, - ix Logan, John Logwood, Roy Longo, Samuel Loose, Gregory Lovelace, David Lovingood, Mary Lowder, John Lulcen, Gregory Lunderman, Malcolm Lybarger, David Lydic, Gary MacBain, John Maccagno, Marcia Machael, Robert Machle, Christine Mahtouz, Barbara Maiesty, Brian Malmstrorn, Delayne Malone, Michael Marcum, Gayle Marcum, Robert Marshall, Jean Martin, Brenda Mauch, Katherine McCandless, Edith McCarthy, Michael McClelland, David McClusicey, Kathleen McKillip, Timothy McMahon, Kerry McVey, Jettrey McWhirt, James Meade, Dana Mehliclc, Robert Meuche, Heather Meuche, Robert Meuser, Mark Meyer, Alan Miclc, Michaei Millcereit, Sherri Miller, Gary Miller, Stephen "l+'s greal fo sing in fhe mixed chorus and 'lo wear lhe purple and while robes," agree Dave Kissell and Barbara Thomas. Miracle, Herberl Money, Donald Mooney, Brenda Moore, Charles Morris, Ova Moss. Daniel Mouse, Gary Mullins, Dennis Murari, Eugene Music, Nancy Nash, Tim Neil, Leslie Ninofli, Anlhony Nolan, Viclci Nordquesi, Susan I Norris, Michele 0'Donnell, Thomas K O'Rourlce, Michael M Osloorn, Carol Palmer, Edward Parroll, Judilh Parsons, James Pean, Douglas Penny, Bonnie -I , ,V he 32 ua ' ssss se in N ff- xis! I x W0-ns. A s 295 S 2 Percilielcl, Karen Perry, Melissa Pelly, Paula Phillips, Ronald Pierce, Ralph Pigg, Palsy Pilner, Susan Porler, Charles Poslon, Roger Poulos, Gary Price, John Puls, Penny sisil iw Pulerbaugh, Kennelh Quick. Barbara Quillen, James Rahn, Howard Rawers, Cynlhia Reasor, Conslance .. Wktkkk -KLV . L .1 'ii ., h i Redmonl lan R ssii fl issee si . ' R R R d. S cl R R RZZSG. 's-i i'1', Eil2elE'2ifl3r' Terry R as ii sill R " i Rishlwaller c in "'i R ,i,. West Juniors develop knowledge and skills Linda Zaremski and Barbara Horner become adepl in lheir new skill of golf pulling during Their physical educalion classes. I6 Roach, Timofhy Roberfs, Bruce Rogero, Pafricia Rohrer, Linda Roof, Chrisfina Ross. Ann Ross, Cheryl Ross, Linda Rofferman, William Royer, Janef Royer, Linda Rozelle, Cheryl Rudy, Diana Runyan, Philip Ruperf, Sherry Rush, James Sabee, Krisfine Saeffel, William Sakornbuf, Donald Sandlin, Barloara Sarfin, John Savage, Gregory Scaife, Pafricia Schaefer, Terry by utilizing assets of diversified curriculum Schardf, Kafhy Schemloer, Daniel Schmidf, Sfeven Schoen, William Schonsheclc, Jonafhan Schuerholz, Jeffrey Schweifzer, Barbara Schweifzer, David Schwob, Charles Scroggy, John Sexfon, Jennifer Sexfon, Janice Sexfon, Sfeve Shadions, Robin Shaneclc, Karen Sharp, Sonia Shedden, Cheryl Shelander, Guy S ss Q 5 Shillei, David Shinn, Alan Shoolc, Theodore Shori, Alice Shuliheis, David Silces, Cynihia Simons, Judiih Singleion, Vicloria Sinlchorn, Mark Sizelove, Tonya Smiih, Darlene Srniih, Linda Smirh, Roberi Smilh, Susan Smiiley, George Snyder, Caihy Snyder, Linda Spencer, Ronald Spivey, Sharon Springer, David Sramas, Conn Siepp, Kenneih Sleuerr, James Sievens, David Juniors find interest in foreign diplomacy Siewari, Dennis Sieuari, Jane Srewari, Jucliih Sliclcel, David Siorie, Connie Siorrs, Alberl' Sloui, l'lolli Slrader, Cheryl Sirausbauqh, Carol Sirobino, Susan Siurievanl, Beryl Sulizbach, Ann Swallord, Earlene Swaninger, Thomas Sweeney, Barbara Sweeney, Richard Swiclc, Barbara Szalcal, Nicholas Taylor, Cheryl Taylor, Donald Taylor, Douglas Thomas, Barbara Thomas, John Tilson, David Tobin, Georgie Torley, Jane Turner, Roberl Tyler, Rebecca Uhrig, Thomas Ullery, David Usleman, Roberr Valiguerre, Susan Varro, Mariorie Vencll, Palricia Viels, Peggy Vorraso, Darlene ldenhflcafion of foreign flags during Uniled Nalion 5 week arouses inleresf of Sharon Balderson and Susie Buller Siudying in Wes'r's library, Charlene Ellis reflecls pensive concenlralion. Fun and seriousness characterize Juniors 'Q f? 1 , Vyszenslci, Sherri Wade, Edward Wahrer, Pamela Wallcer, Thomas Waller, Sandra Waliher, Thomas Weber, Glen Weelcs, Melanie Wegh, Samuel Weimer, Pairicia Wenzler, Maiihew Wesl, Brenda Wesi, iviarlc Wesi, Richard Wheeler, Carolyn Whiiehead, Deborah Wiclc, William Wicklund, Wayne Wiesmann, Roloerl' Willeli, Connie Williams, Edward Williams, Glenda Williams, Gregory Williams, Linda Williams, Theodore Williamson, Sandra Wilson, Georgia Wilson, Kiilie Willeloorlr, Richard Wogaman, Susan Wollenhaupi, Chrisline Wood, John Worlhman, Susan Wrighi, Deborah Wrighi, Eric Wunder, Nicholas Wyall, Carol Wysong, Donald Yosr, Sleven Young, Connie Zaremslci, Linda Zechar, John Laurie Irvin displays Dragon spirii in The quadrangle as she painls 'Phe fire hydrani The school's 'fraclifional purple. Noi' Piclured Barnelrl, Brad Bemis, Barbara Bryan, Darrell Hughes, David l-lulchinson, Mark Jones, l-lerberl Kuhlman, Keiih Marshall, Linda Nies, Sandra Powders, James Powell, Riia Riley, Linda Siringham, Sleven Zimmerman, Susan Zimmerman, Tad To The SOPHOMORE. Tinding himselT aT FairmonT WesT is like waking up in a new world. There are so many new experiences awaiTing The SOPHOMORE ThaT his apprehensiveness oT his TirsT year in high school is soon TorgoTTen. SOPHOMORES enjoy such TirsTs as The exciTemenT of The TirsT game, even if iT means being only a specTaTor or siTTing on The bench, and The opporTuniTy To belong To various organizaTions. SOPHOMORES discover The delighT ThaT comes Trom campaigning Tor class oTTicers and sTudenT council members. planning Tor The class dance, and selecTing The long-awaiTed class rings. ln addiTion To parTicipaTing in These diverse acTiviTies. SOPHOMORES malce new acguainTances. many oT whom will lasT a liTe-Time. Their TirsT year in high school also requires ThaT cerTain adiusTmenTs be made, buT such adiusTmenTs and The challenge oT so many acTiviTies add To The growing maTuriTy OT each individual. SQPHOMQRES ' SOPHOMORES - SoP West initiates Sophomores into active Adams, Gwendolyn Adams, Lawrence Adams. Stephanie Adkins, Violet Alexander, Douglas Alsept, Daphne Alsept, Delilah Alsept, Diane Amli, Marcia Anderson, Larry Anderson, Paula Andres, Barbara Apple, Janie Atkins, Jo Anne Austin, Raymond Austin, Terry Auwers, Carolyn Aytes, Julie Badger, Jannette Baer, Judith Baily, Pam Baker, Rodger Baker, Ronald Balkema, Jett Balthrop, Mike Barker, Larry Barnes, Janet Barr, Stephen Baxter, Roloert Beardsley, Phyllis Beatty, Betsy Begley, Mary Jo Bennett, Stanley Berarcli, Patricia Berbert, Nancy Bilbrey, David Blacktord, Roger Boen, Danny Bohardt, Steven Bollenloacher, Thom Bonnett, Charles Booze, Linda 224 spirit GS Sophomores Barbara Geafly, Ginney Mer- rill, Jill Coffey, Jaci Dils, and Rebecca Linebaugh characlerize spiril' and supporf of siudenl' body as 'they assisl lhe cheer- leaders af Wesl' in painling pep signs. Bosron, Joel Bossi, Linda Boslon, Teresa 1 Bova, Palricia L, Bowman, Ronald Bradford, Cindy f Bramble, Wayne 1 Brannen, Debbra 1' Bregqer, Sieven f, 5 ,- Brem, Cynihia . Brennan, Nancy f N Brewer, Billy X K was Briclrey, Sandra Brislow, Corliss Brodriclc, Marqarer Brown, Phyllis Brown, Richard Brownell, Belsy -g Brubaker, Michael Bruno, Colleen Bryan, Donald Buchholz, Bernie S' i 131' Buclcinqham, Viclci '- fu if-Inav Bumqarclner, Barry Bunch, Richard . Burlon, Cindy Campbell, Beverly ' Q. Campbell, Dearl iii C... Campbell, Dillis """,f . Caudill, David X1 Chambers, Richard Chaney, Palricia Channell Kalhleen Chandler, Wayne . B u ic ,,, L B Chappell' GVQQ Charler, Marcy 2 my ' VTf'liffff .Y i"""' .f ar i Ara ,S P 'Q' Larry Adams discovers 'lhaf The key +o research is in lhe card calalog of Fairmom' Wes+'s well-sioclced library. Learning through research opens i .eeefrrrrirr:r,Qriee ! eeree , ,el ,,vr rree Errr r,r,er rreerree J errre Q J is rrreerrr rrrerre rree 26 the doors Chenowelh, William Childress, Randy Clark, Charles Clarlc, Douglas Clay, Calhy Clear, Diana Coffey, James Colley, Jill Coffman, Robe-rl Cohen, Marlin Cole, Margie Collins, William Complon, Dwighl' Copeland, Barbara Copeland, Danny Crablree, Deborah Creaqer, Carolyn Crouch, James Crum, Deborah Cruze, Rila Daniels, Darrell D'Aurora, Roberl Davis, Dwighl Davis, Lynne Davis, Scoll DeWill, Neal Diclc, Peggy Diclqe, William Dill, Jim Dils, Jacqueline Dinsmore, Diana Dobrino, Linda Doggelr, Rebekah Dolirnan, Susan Doll, Daniel Donahue, Gary Donovan, lvlarlc Dorslen, Janice Dolson, Gary Downing, Joan Dralcos, Eleni Draylon, Phillip knowledge and progress for Sophomores Dudis, James Duifielcl, Elglencla A Dunlevey, Fran Dunn, Jacqueline Dunnick, Donna Duponl, Roberl Durbalc, Karen Eberharcl, Roy Egger, Sally Egleslon, Barbara Egleslon, Donald Ehrsffine, Alberl Elcey, Janel Ely, Jonaihan Enwrighlr, Nancy Eslabroole, l-lugh Ewry, Connie Eahrney, Richard in we , if .-:lf .L , E - -,h-. - YG M: I S, Farren, Susan Fauble, Paiiy Faulslich, Sieve Federle, Joy Ferguson, Barbara Fiedler, Carol Finlcen, Darrell Firlh, Waller Fledderiohn, Jim Fleicher, Karen Flynn, Ronnie Fochl, Sheila Foley, Joseph Foole, Karen Ford, Brenda Ford, Sieven Foulce, Jerry Franklin, Camille Franz, Rebecca Frederida, Tim Fugefi, Diane Gabriele, William Ganlz, Dave Gardner, Tim Eager Sophomores anticipate receiving Purchasing a yearbook for The 'firsl hme and selecling class rings highlighl 'the acfivilies of ihe incoming sophomores Geally, Barbara Gebharl, Gloria Gebharl, John Gedeon, Richard Gibbons, l-larnillon Gilberl, Claudia Gilman, JoAnne Gillon, Julia Glascoclc, Carol Gorrell, Nancy Gray, Roger Graybill, Margarer Greer, Linda Grillol, David Grodriani, Marlha Grossman, Wolfgang Grolhian, Douglas Grove, Anila Groves, Roberl Guise, Kevin Gulasa, Diana l-label, Leslie l-laberer, Harry Hale, James well-known Ham, Gary Harnilron, Joseph Hammer, Michael l-lamplon, John l-larding, Linda l-lardy, David l-larley, Frances l-larl, Deborah l-larr, Fred l-lar'r, Marlha l-larlley, Sandra l-larlranll, JoAnne l-lalhaway, Michael l-laversliclc, Bryan l-lawlc, Gail l-layes, Chris Hayes. Deborah Hayes, Michael ,"" i x H--...ff is --.: kg., ,Q , if - ff' - , . 1 lx l' l E n symbols of Fairmont ' f . ' ' 5- Zs ' 7' N ,C il' ' J ' -f l if f f.- A :L z , K M 4 2 'vs I "pf West c,,ci hs 'b' Every individual Q7 'Nr' , fr.. Af .' gl' 5-. Heeler, Richard Helmer, James Henderson, Belinda Hensley, Gwendolyn Herndon, Ernesl Herring, Belly Jo Hibbs, Linda Hicks, Dennis Higgins, Melinda Hill, James Hill, Marlene Himes, Amelia Himes, Naomi Hinds, Susan Hinlcley, Joan Hodges, Claire Hoener, Roberl Hoffhines, Craig forms an essential part '11 .L 2 xx xx X .iv 31+ 7 Q, ..,.. asf rf A WY Hollins, Eric Hollowell, lvlelana Horn, Marilyn Hollle, Sieven Hubble, Candi Huden, lvlilce Huiier, Charles Hunsal4er, William Hurl, David Imig, Barbara Jackson, Barry Jaclcson, Joyce Johnson, Anlhony Johnson, Slephen Jones, James Kalbfleisch, David Keller, Palricia Kempler, Janel Kernan, Chrislopher Kevern, Roberl Kieiaber, Roberl King, Nancy Kirlc, Juclilh Kiser, Sleven Klank, Richard Knipp, Richard Knox, Carol Koohli, John Koller, Dlclc Konicld, Paul Konrad, Dorolhy Kowaslcl, Roberl Krall, Judy Krapl, Linda Kreulzer, Sleve Krull, Slephen Lachey, John Lambrighl, Bruce Lawson, Teresa Lealherman, Linda Leeson, Marlorie Lelf, Thomas 5 W 1 .. 1 if , isis 5 Ee E J . J Ss sk I X J , K of Sophomore class of Fairmont West Delmar Sludios find underclass plcfure day a challenge as fhey pholoqraph IOOO sopho- mores and iuniors for The yearbook. , Sophomores uphold West's traditional spirit Lennon, William Linebaugh, Rebecca Liston, Kenneth Liszak, Joseph Little, Linda Livingston, Robert Locke, Thomas Q Lottus, John iw Logan, Kenneth Logsdon, Michael Longo, Nancy Luckman, Deborah rv Ludwig, Derrili Lutes, David Q - Lynn, Nancy 'Y MacCagno, Kristine Macy, Richard Maddux, Richard Maitby, Stephen Marien, Ingrid Marino, Dennis Martell, Judith Marsh, Roger Martin, Bruce Martin, Steven Mason, Sharon Mathes, Peggy Maurice, Mark Maurice, Philip Maxweil, Debra Mcfkliister, Nancy McCarthy, James McEvoy, Patrick McGirr, Michael McGraw, Richard McKee, Richard McKnight, Howard McMillan, Deborah McNutt, Jane McRoberts, Steve Meade, Nanetta Meadows, Beverly 232 Sophornores Judi Kirk, Jaine Apple, Joan Hinkley, and Carol Glascoclc become ace quainled wilh Wesf's spiril as 'they purchase pep buflons and purple and while shakers. Medley, William Mehl, Jaclc Merrell, Virginia Meyer, Ann Meyer, Mike Michaels, Gail Miller, Cynlhia Miller, Jarnes Miller, Judilh Miller, Michael Miller Richard Mzilefl William Monneli, Claudia Moore, Ronald Moore, Sleve Morgan, Gene Morgan, John Morris, Bonnie Morris, Linda Moss, David Mullen, Susan Mullen, William Murphy, Kaihleen Murray, John Myers, Thomas Nalrashima, Linda Naso, Toni Nassil, Nelson Nelson Neville, Nicely, Niclcell Noble, Nolan, Nancy Deborah Terri Tom Rebecca Paul Frederick Barbara Nolle, Nancy 9 , , fi! r 5' 1 ,'a GW, l l ll an Q... Y-TTA r an to ir AO' !""' us! Yi.- nu- E-'S'-fa ,suui X ,r l Z fiiy . xt .. we-fix r X i . 1, .-ae , sr - - I ,x 'Mawr ,K 5 , x xv I 1' X if N fx-mf' i- Reflections vm 234 Sophomore girls Connie Ulmer, Nancy King, and Connie Thompson srop 'ro admire The irophies in ihe Cenlral Unil showcase. of past achievements arouse Norris, Michael Olszewslci, Carmen Clio, Rilclci Owens, Chrisline Oxendine, Deborah Pansing, Susan Pardue, William Palriclc, Peggy Pernaveau, Meleesa Pflum, Pamela Phillips, Davicl Plalr, Sarah Popovich, Barbara Pralher, Paul Price, Mary Pryor, Lee Puclcell, Nina Purdy, Cinda Rankin, Jeff Rayburg, Marylou Reagan, Thomas Real, June Reeder, Suzanne Rehlinq, John Reiqelsperger, Daniel Reigelsperger, Thomas Reilz, Viclci Rholon, Ralph Rice, Rebecca Rich, Ray Richards, Ronnie Richardson, Barry Richardson, Larry Richardson, Marsha Richie, Jerri Rieger, Lowell Riel, Lowell Rilqe, Norman Rilchie, Lawrence Rix, Gail Robbins, Sharon Rogers, Nancy i 'L 1 it " li ix 'wi I' K if I x-'eff' 'ff' 'limi ff is ! 5 2 J- fbiyyi x V inspiration in Roller, Paula Ronlc, Sylvia Rose, Noble Rosengarlen, Curl Ross, Regan Roush, John Sabee, John Sauer, Michael Saunders, Sue Ann Scarbrough, Delores Schaeffer, Daniel Schaeffer, Rebecca Schaffer, Carol Schierlinq, Janelle Schlachler, James Schmidt Kalhryn Schweilzer, Susan Schwob, Darrel my c,cc 'sf by 5, Q 8 by is 5 Q S. in F wx L , bu a ir R015-A l . fi ,R f 5 WHL. 4 I ff ,L i rx' Sophomore Class at West .fn .. s 3 s 4 X 5,12 N f ' . , Sc . 2 X1 ff K Q.: ,,i K L Scimone, Diana Sea, Auslin Seiberi, Craig Seiberlr, Debbi Seidel, Frances Senseman, Barbara Seirfles, Jane Shaeller, Barbara Shahan, Sheila Sharp, Nancy Sharrili, James Shaw, Beverly Shaw, Kenneih Sheperd, Dennis Sherer, Douglas Sherman, Douglas Sherwood, Lorraine Shori, Mary Shoup, Gregory Siddall, Debra Silas, Palricia Silvey, Belinda Srnilh, Calhy Smilh, Guinevere Sophomores share many novel experiences Ken Logan who has Taken hundreds of dy- namic piclures for fhe 66 Dragon shows fech- nique of successful picfure 'raking 'ro Lisa Pernaveau Sieve Malfby and Nancy Lynn. Smith, Pamela Smith, Paul Sollenloerger, Carol Sorah, Barbara Sparks, Johnnie St. Felix, Gail Stahl, Paul Stahr, Susan Steeley, William Stettens, Evanthia Stemper, Robert Stephens, Jane Stephenson, James Stertzbach, Timothy Steuer, Richard Stewart, Benson Stewart, Daniel Stidham, Katherine Stidham. Robert Stimmel, Sandra Stiyer, Mark Stoerlcer, Ronald Storlc, Sue Strasser, Donald during their first year at Fairmont West Strathearn, William Strausbaugh, Karen Stringer, Annette Sullivan, Timothy Sumner, Larry Swartzel, Carol Sweet, Peggy Sweezy, Leslie Swygert, Carole Tanner, Kenneth Taulbee, Melinda Taylor, James Taylor, Judith Taylor, Kim Telcher, Carol Theriault, Michael Thompson, Connie Thomson Pamela Following a newly proposed idea, candidales for class officers, Bill Lennon, Diclc Koller, Jan Wise, and'Jill Coffey speak a+ Demo- Tw-M cra+ic sophomore class assembly. Sophomores exercise democratic ideas 'i i f S Thornlon, Sheryl ,Q D f .s Thurman, Russell V ii Tocld, Linda Todd, William D ii S ':-i .. Tree. JON orrr i i i iill Trenholm, John Trillen, Kenr Turner, Dennis Turlle, Barbara Ullmer, Connie Vanclergrilr, Debbi Van Over, Pamela Viclc, Linola Vickers, James Vollrarh, Lincla Von Dohre, Nancy Vore, Jeffrey Waddle, Parry Wallcer, John Walker, Sharon Wallace, William Wallers, Sieve Ward, Janer Walson, William Weaver, David Weaver, Peggy Webb, Michael Weller, Sally Weimer, Calhy Wells, Dwighr Wells, Phillip Wells, Ronald g Wenzler, Michael Wesi, David Wesr, Phyllis Wesi, Ronnie While, Jim Whilesell, William Whihfield, Debra Whiiiles, Cynihia Whyie, Penni Williams, Brian Williams, Fred Williams, Shirley Williamson, Sieve Willig, Susan Wilson, Glenda s1rrli1rr- Wise, Jan ,sss E 5 k, ,.1., N33 X k fe . .K TS- 'A KX .. .w r -if Wrighi, Bruce Yales, Carol Young, Janice Young, Vera Yung, Linda Zeigler, Gary Linda Booze and Nancy Von Dohre regisier- name of sophomore Sieve Boharclr as he casis his voie for class officers. NOT PICTURED Franz, Thomas Nicoll, George Haslanger, Linda Roberis, Sylvia Jaclcson, Curiis Tincher, Terry Tonne, William 5 QR .ig--.5 Zimmerman Sie hen ' P Zinlc, Kaihy FairmonT WesT sTudenTs boasT The supporT OT one of The sTaTe's largesT business areas. This highly indusTrialized disTricT SouTh OT DayTon conTribuTes whole-hearTedly To The supporT and success OT The Dragon. ln The yearboolc sTaTT's recenT adverTising campaign 22l loyal members oT The communiTy conTribuTed a ToTal oT S7050 Toward The Tinancing oT The I966 Dragon. To These individuals, The sTudenTs OT FairmonT WesT owe Their Thanks Tor malcing possible such special TeaTures as 22 color picTures, an ouTsTanding cover wiTh meTallique design, and a 3l2 page comprehensive record of The school year. WiThouT The supporT oT These loyal business Tirms, The Dragon sTaTT would noT be able To purchase The "exTras" ThaT iT is able To presenT To The l575 families living in The KeTTering communiTy. These businesses deserve The reciprociTy OT The Tamilies oT The FairmonT WesT disTricT. Through cooperaTion on The parT oT boTh The business and The 'families in The KeTTering area, conTinued progress may be assured noT only in TuTure yearboolcs, buT also in The business enTerprises. ' 'fd' I. We-1 I Inf " 'R 4, .ge J :Qs Qvasl P1 'U 0 fb I' 5 1 0 0 . .hug M ,'edw Q, .- 5.0-c A Jrn, , n IQOCP 'Id' Oo' U' c dwg... I iq 'I Q . '-0-' asf. I I 9 .I fr " h an m rmg condm '1 for 'HH I ru 1 g 3 r Dayion a a .u.' I I Di. 0 4' I' 'QE H 'Q"s 9.3 U4 ' ' QT' "'.F'o'.o. B-If: 'I 139 .' S g.,'- ', :O fins 'li' . C- . ' ..v' ' :' J.?,.'J.' e.- c., .,. . .' Q ' v.. 'nf' , u 0 u f - 1 get Q L . v l '5..:. ,. . u 5 'hu' , 0 a ., . .'.. Q H , -A ,px f . '12 -Q' 'Q' ' 'Y J... I n . -1. . . .t q xi.. ' 1 3... qs b .' Q . 4 s sl ... - . -- '. .-1-, I.: '-'-' C in 9 , -I . 5' sl I' . ':':' ,-. .fy . I.. I- I L B.B Q Q- -- . -I N ... .I .' I: ' 6 C' ."' 'l"f' I-' NI. "' LT Vs.-,' lv . '- 'I' . . . ' 1 .' I - , , ' , ' . ' 2 .' Y ' 54 ,', . .T,'-u.'. 0' .F K ag 1 0: OP' ' .' - -J. 'Inq' .--If 4- 5 Q I .Q F Qy'.K.-C I-134--14. ..e.-It lyk: '11 ' a ' A " -- m . , '. Ac . .So 'J Q... -,..U. 2 3. ,, - A- . 1 . .5 . 'ln -- ll'lf'li.- x T ' 'sf in.. X Am A K M 4 x f d3c1pI g of I'Ji'7Q'wEaI C15 Pig' 51' fn? Cf1'Y3Im1z, CIPPICL1 LHC- I:fEmf,f of We wc Ic' "ons .e rezidcmz I Hz- Iii-ffcrima and refke- - rea. BUSINESS BUSINESS BUSINESS BU RAY'S F LORIST Corsages 'For All Occasions Flowers and Giffs 'For Special Occasions 25l5 Far Hills Avenue Open Monday Dayfon I9, Ohio Thru Salurday 298-955l Nine lo Six S. rl I W Q e 0 f ss 0 l00l Q Shiloh Springs Road I' Daylon, Ohio Dayl'on's Finesf Facililies 'For Dancing, Banquels-Privale Parlies and Exposilions Included Wi'I'hin fhe Cenler is . . . HARA SPORTS ARENA Miami Valley's Finesl Home of lhe "Daylon Gems" Hockey Club. For fhe Besl in En+er+ainmen+ and Wholesome Pleasure if's "Hara" 'For Sfage Show'-Baslce'l'loall-Pro-Wres1'ling and lce Slraling For Dales and Reservalions Call l Mutual of Omaha Hospifal Surgical Income Pro+ec+ion The Largesl' Organizalion of Hs. Kind in 1'he World . . . Over One Billion Dollars Paid Ou+ in Cash Benefi+s Mu ua o ma a's man insurance ro ec ion ans i amme an exc an e s u en n ers i on. Pam Lilfle and Pafly Kirk admire lhe lovely floral a rangemenls found al' Ray's Florisl' on Far Hill + I FO h y p + f pl +he 'ropic of discussion for Bill Lamme, Mr. Herschel L d h g 1' cl l A d M lf TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF At the wonderful selection of Early American Furniture and accessories from the . ,. . 0 . .wa T 'E' , T I E, , grgwytj, 3 inrgjm j gif , Lk as 2 . mfs ' if .Q ,M Vg,-,,,.:f,fx'+f.l,,r , . I 'A f Lafff'usfv.9":r 'wil' Q if - ,L i ' Q.-'H iwlfsiw-.," - Q ai1:e1z1giZ'4':I+f-f-1fffr '. ' A is Y - 2 ' 12 ' we id 2 153 2 2 ffl' ' J iff?" ' . ,.:, 2272 West Schantz Avenue 299-340I For the best furniture. Belinda Burgess and Judy Blome know the Early American Shop is their cup of 'lea DooIey's Pharmacy 3706 Wilmington Pike 298-7329 4 -Id, and 1 , .3 Stroop and Marshall A by Q M A f k,.: f 'E A r nv., " 4 . . . . . . ' '4 '4 prlofessicciseasseshe lifvorks ass hner gathers apprentice. ,A il l ff' T L . ' ,y 1, -"1f" I sr I I gncrefe G0nsfrucfz'0n, nc. 2360 WEST DOROTHY LANE DAYTON, OHIO 45439 Commercial and Industrial Building Contractors TELEPHONE: 298-755 I O97 "W, time f stephans P gif? -:il -4'3fiQ school of beauty culture, mc l2I No. Main Sf., Dayfon 203 Arcue Bldg., Springfield 223-22Ib 325-272I WANT TO GAMBLE? You can leave your cap and gown behind and fake a chance on finding success in fhe fough world of business. Or, you can sfudy cosmefology and be assured of financial independence while engaging in a worfhwhile profession. Don'+ gamble-fall: fo Charles of Sfephan's. For a sfyie appropriafe for any occasion, Nancy Balis suggesfs a "flip" sfylecl af Charles of Sfephan's. When 'I'he handwrifing on fhe wall calls for redecorafion, cover if wifh wallpaper or painf from . . . POEPPELMEIER'S PAINTS 4I08 Easf Town and Counfry Road 293-2189 Poeppelmeier's Painfs offers a greaf variefy of wallpa- per prinfs as well as painfs of all colors. Dale Fashions 2524 Far Hills Avenue Feafuring: VILLAGER JOHN MEYER COUNTY SET Miami Valley's Largesf Selecfion of fhe Greafesf in Campus Fashions. Lorraine Gumper and Gioria Morningsfar purchase fhe lafesf in casuai ciofhes from Dale Fashions. I x 1 GREAT VALU i SU PERMARKETS "We Dare You io Compare" Convenienily locaied a+ 6l23 Brandi' Pike 4l99 Norih Main 5409 W. Third 3000 W. Third Super Duper I746 Woodman Drive W ll I y b bl f k purchases if fhey ber To shop af Greai' Vaiu Supermarket" says Sue Buirife. " ise consumers wi awa s e a e o ma e wise Rod Rodgers and his fafher. Mr. Ralph Rodgers. agree fhe besi' Poniiacs come from Rodgers. PQDENITUA 'XDDBFBS PDIITIHB I .. SALES 8: SERVICE 87I5 Main S+ree+ PHONE 46l-5030 briscbfa We Feaiure ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOOD REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN HUNGARIAN CABBAGE ROLLS STEAKS AND SANDWICHES BEER-WINE-PARTY SUPPLIES PIZZA cARRY.ouT AND DINING Room FACILITIES HUBER HEIGHTS VANDALIA KETTERING 233- I 88 I 898-3924 293-5239 Janei King and Earl Riggs are leaving CI1risIy's Pizza POWELL'S GARAGE Auiomobiie Repairs Yamaha Moiorcycle Sales 3044 Wiimingfon Avenue 293-7772 Wide Color Selection in MIIUIILITY CIIRPETS M MMYRUN CURNISHQI 2427 Wes+ Dorofhy Lane v 293-4I57 Pianning for I'I1e Iuiure, Connie Eaion and Rickie Gaff- ney admire fioor coverings from Myron Cornish. .o"'N EEE ' Now take a big step into a happy future . . 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"The Besl' in Molor Carrier Service" Lana Hollowell, Ann Ross, Donna Wenrick, Susan Heinrich, Claudia Hall, Carol Harlow, and Paula Peliy recommend 'lhe varied benefils received from The many services of D 8: C Transporfafion. OHIO SEALER 81 CHEMICAL CORPORATION ZOI9 S. Springboro RoacI 298-526I TOMMY TUCKER FLOWER SHOP 6 I 0 Wa'IervaIie'I' 253-5 I 78 Ify lkgf +hb+ fl NyBI g gi III1 yff cIbyT yTk CARPET WAREHOUSE A WORLD OF CARPET AT DOWN TO EARTH PRICES 3045 Wilrhingfon Pike, KeH'ering One Block SouII1 of Dorofhy Lane 293-8378 E I d I K Childress and EI C II1 F d I I I fhe carpei indusfry and d p I pI d pl y d af Carpe? Warehouse. Ili-5 ' ,gif l ' .l sl ylrl . my - .V A ,il . I , . ' I ,ff l Ig. E' I ,Q If I A A--Q so " Ifg,-lf !!!!I.'IIiiI1e f'-.. 2-A f I : Dinners, Sandwiches or Lafe Evening Snacks CARRY-OUT SERVICE II:0O A.M. Io I0:00 P.M. Excepf Monday 4l20 Far Hills Avenue 299-5536 ln 'Ihe affraclive surroundings aI The Inn, choosing a meal from The variery of foods offered proves difficuli' for Linda Booze and Phyllis Beardsley. I MOLERS' BELMONT DAIRY 3230 S. Smifhville Road Dayfon 20, Ohio Nancy Balls' wholesome look alfesfs Io Ihe healfhful qualify found in producls sold by Molers' Dairy. GRAP OFFSET PRINTING DUPLICATING PHOTO PROCESSING DIRECT MAIL SERVICE COPY PREPARATION BINDERY SERVICES Sue Maeder hearfily recommends her faI'her's DAYTON Quinius Graphic Aids, Company for Ihe HIC AIDS ADVERTISING PIECES BUSINESS FORMS NEWS LETTERS CATALOG PAGES BOOKLETS TAGS B: STICKERS PHONE: 223-8491 504 COMMERCIAL BUILDING 2 OHIO lil-ll very besf in priniing services. CHARLES E. MAEDER JoAnn lngersol is being expertly fitted tor a wig by a capable operator from Kettering's Marlr of Beauty. ig., I ,,., To il fhr' li U T , l p R at iiii , 2 -M -LAA j f !-f ',L. K -'V- 1 'g""' f 'VL' " as T ,,.,, T . tg ' . 1 is 2 ttoie1 ogsi 2 R R Z T , T tlts igo loogt T as R T sot oogg T s iitgii tytt 1 Mg yt y y y '-W" I -." 'i-A, 1 - A ,- i I i - I 1,, ,,hk i', 1 ,L .,,,: , . I I 17 sy If in i y to to : , , .. ,. , 1 ,.. ,,L. ., ,, "" -I--' I k"' ' .., , ,,,,,.,,,..,,,.., ,, . , .M V, . . , , ' ' 1l" " ' R , Lkykkr LLVV V VV -gi irei1 o 'ice T T as T yyyy is Fairmont Plaza Shopping Center Kettering CU' Wflsh Corner ot Stroop and Marshall 4090 Marshall 298-704l Two More ot Encrete's Many Services MARK of Beauty High Fashion Styling in Quality Surroundings EXPERT OPERATORS Full Selection ot Wigs 299-2l23 Wilmington Heights Center 252-2002 Woodman at Patterson Dayton Reliable Tool 81 Manufacturing Co. 6 I 8 Greenmount Blvd. 298-739i Gloria Morningstar and Dave Maltby enter the office ot Dayton Reliable Tool 8: Manufacturing Company. RUTH'S, INC. 254I Far Hills Avenue 298-4403 Admiring The fine wearing apparel and lalesl fashions ai Ru+h's are Belinda Burgess and Judy Blome. AL'S AUTH AL'S AUTO GLASS CO. Ins+alled While You Wai'r or Shop I mcK.uP AND oeuvenv is ossmso i o rumen on CLEAR sAFsTY eLAss gy : ..., Ge 46 I -5444 if I ' 329 S. Jefferson RESIDENCE GLASS, TABLETOPS, MIRRORS Glass supplies for home and aulo are available from friendly, well-informed servicemen ai AI's Au'Io Glass. UNIVERSAL REMODELINC5 CENTER Your Regislered DSC MASONITE HOME IMPROVEMENT DEALER Design - Service- Counsel Also Home Repairs and Main+enance PHONE 293-5032 2230 San Rae Dr. Dayfon, Ohio 454I9 Phyllis Price and Terry I-lively find suggeslions for vary- ing 'rasles al Universal Remodeling Cenfer. CALVIN S. TAWNEY MOVERS, INC. The Third Generation Movers Local and Long Distance I857 WAYNE AVE. 253-896l CONNECTICUT MASSACHUSETTS OHIO ILLINOIS MICHIGAN PENNSYLVANIA INDIANA MINNESOTA TENNESSEE KENTUCKY MISSOURI WEST VIRGINIA NEW YORK WISCONSIN DAYTON. OHIO CALVIN S. TAWNEY MOVERS N," y INC. My 20 HICKORY ST. mf moan cinrnnou MOVEI DAYTON OHIO .R.lh. H ,- J . ' X 5 BA 8-6631 i A 8-I9 3 ,A f A I AQ? 'A To Ce? -H I Maw: clry Quesfionz Wha+'s an economical way fo be sporiy, keep your 'feel , and sail Ihrough 'I'own in slyle? Senior wresll g h p M long hours on Ihe road sampling in c am ion, ark Shoemacher, find The answer as he has visions of ' I Ih I d I I H cl f D yl OHS O 9 DSW FTIO SS O Oh B O HONDA OF DAYTON 3050 Ke'H'ering Blvd. 293-2462 6 On. ,,,, ,-,, CQMQRIZE Phil 81 .lerry's Foodarama 2l W. Whipp Rd. 434-l294 Phil and Jerry's Foodarama offers Barb Quick and Sue Ferguson Fast courreous service and low prices. KETTERING YMCA 4545 Marshall Rd. 434-I 964 Jim McKee, Sue Nordquesl, Sharon Thunn, and Ted Fryman find lun and fellowship al' The "Y". WEILER WELDING COMPANY, INC. slNcE 1920 We Are Equipped lo Handle Any Welding Problem Melal Spraying Flame Hardening - Sand Blasf Cleaning Fabricalion of Jigs and Fixfures Cerfified Pressure Welding Renfal Heliarc Porlable Welders Porfable Equipmenf Heliarc Dislribulor for Welding Airco 324 Easl' Second Slreef 222-83l2 Nighf Phones 2756870 or 293-8294 or 898-3722 Weiler Welding employs lhe mos? up-lo-dale facililies lo bring +heir cusiomers fhe lines? service possible. PRODUCTION CONTROL UNITS, INC. Designers and Builders of Indusfrial EquipmenI' 2280 Wes? Dorofhy Lane Day'I'on, Ohio 45439 Happiness is being associaied wifh Produciion Confrol Unifs, agree Kay Mauche, Kaihy Schardf, Kafhi Hors?- man, Wendy Geifer, Pam Ledford, Delayne Malsirom. and Joyce Appenzelles. R. K. Pfauhl Detective Bureau Inc. 904 Twenfy-Five Souih Main Bldg. Phone 223-2324 opersiea by RUSS PFAUHL Former Defeciive Sergeani' Dayion Police DeparI'men+ for 27 Years. PRIVATE UNIFORM POLICE PRIVATE DETECTIVES Finding suspecis and deiermining The 'I'ruIh is Ihe ex- cifing fob of Pfauhl Deiecfive Bureau, Inc. KOETHER'S GULF SERVICE Siroop and Marshall Roads Ke'Hering 29, Ohio Gulf Tires Tune-up BaH'eries Brake Service and Accessories SI'arI'er-Generafor Carburefor Re air TELEPHONE P 293-2262 BOB KOETHER, Prop. Paul Gruner. Jeff Whifesell, and John Bacon agree 'Friendly aimosphere ai' KoeIher's GuIf is confagious. Nwifw ' H Z HCV-503 Giiffii QUALITY OUTSTANDING PAINTS VALUES Killie Wilson and Karen Kallolleisch agree Thar Chris Roof and a frame from Lowe Brolhers make The perfecl' piclure. LOWE BROTHERS CO. 5l2 Easl' S'I'roop Road ln KeH'ering Shopping Cen'I'er 293-96l6 '24, ' , EA One of Roderer's well-frained salesmen aid Be'rh Nolan and Jaine Williams in making anoiher perfecr seleclion from Their welleslocked shelves. JOHN RODERER SHOES In Ke'Herin - o k a- 9 23I lnFaral-vliil: Avenue Van Buren Shopping Cenfer Town and Counfry Shopping Cenfer "Ring I'l1e Bell of Good TasIe" al' . . . Carillon Cafeteria Open II A.M. - 8 P.M. 26ll Soulh Dixie Drive 299-9622 757 MOLD 8. DIE WORKS. INC. 103 sAcHs smear nAYroN 3, or-no PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDERS AND BLOW MOLDERS 2 Fink-Jeske Your Suburban Chevrolel Dealer Soulh of Day'I'on 76l9 Gebharl-Church Road Miamisburg, Ohio 45342 866-627I For the latest in entertainment . . Drive out to . . . Belmont Auto Theatre 2240 County Line Road 256-I57I Q l005 WEST THIRD STREET 223-8242 Capri Bowling Lanes "Bowling at lts Finest" 2727 South Dixie Highway 298-74l l Barb Essenpreis watches intently as Jaci Jones prepare tor as strike at the modern Capri Lanes. R. E. AMAND REALTOR "Our 2b'I'h Year" serving resiclenis in 'l'I1is area II Carrlancls Drive-Corner Far Hills Phones 293-51 I4 - 293-8416 When house-lnuniing, consulf The AMAND REALTY Isings, and buy in Ke'r'rering." says Karen Armand. ThaI's where SERVICE and QUALITY reign! 1113111 we-A -be main auto parts 8: glass co. If W fe fe TIE TIT fcj 'Q il 4 U Ly LZ . X . , "'-' .III - 0.0658 -f 2.009 3I"'f'- OL ' .w qw ,vm - , , ESTABLISHED le96 40 So. SI. Clair S+. Dayfon 2, Ohio FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Our Own Modern Cold Siorage Faciliiies Carload Receivers Jobbers and Disiribuiors e I-I. Office and Broiher Co. supplies Fairmoni Wes? H1 a variely of fruiis and vegelables. -.E U1-ls'-.I3 c,,. Q fi nsxm-sown: 'QT Q 0 e y . F ' n Q l f 0 .A N- ,Q icscmu +69 itQ'iL::anni1lvix9g KENNETH WHIPP Town 8: Counlry Cenler Daylon, Ohio 293-03l4 "Meer your 'friends afler school al lhe 3l-lce Cream s+ore," say Bob Rupel and Bob Duponl. if iw do 'Be ae 'iffzf YOURSELF Hively Plumbing 81 Heating Commercial, Induslrial, Residenlial 635 E. PEACH ORCHARD RD. DONALD E. Haven 293-0944 "When in need of plumbing and healing repairs or inslallalion, be sure always lo call on Hively," say Sandy Grice and Terry Hively. TOOT YOUR OWN HORN H"s easy wilh a Conn, Marlin, Selmer, Mollon, Leedy, or Slingerland horn from Hauer Music Store Day'lon's Complele Band Insfrumenl' Cenfer 3l40 FAR HILLS AVENUE 298-732l 34 E. FIRST STREET 222-28I5 442l SALEM AVENUE 278-7308 Barbara Knipp receives organ inslruclions from a friendly salesman al Hauer Music Slore. DOROTHY LANE MARKETS and SUPER CENTER T Ann Ross and Terry Mouse shop for pariy snacks and soil drinks ai Dorofhy Lane Marllei. 27I0 Far Hills Avenue 299-356i 5520 Airway Road 253-3 I35 5225 Springboro Road 298-73I l WHAT'S BEHIND THE RED DOOR? People! Highly-skilled creaiive people, experis in copy. arf. media, produciion, and Jrhe many funciions of adveriising. markeiing, and public relaiions in moving goods and selling services. Wheiher or noi you ever visii us behind The Red Door, we call on you each day ihrough our clienis' adverrising in newspapers, magazines, radio. Television, direcl mail. yellow pages, and sales li'rera+u're. Kircher, Helton 81 Collett, Inc. ADVERTISING e MARKETING 2600 Far Hills Avenue . Dayfon, Ohio 454I9 . 293-3I9l l904 Carew Tower . Cincinnafi, Ohio 45202 . 42l-53I0 88 E. Broad Building . Columbus, Ohio 432I5 . 22I-7345 Member of American Associafion of Adveriising Agencies CULP'S FAR HILLS The place Io meei for good Ihings 'ro eai Fine Food Budgei' Prices Sunday Buffef ... AII You Can Ea'I' 3I45 FAR HILLS , f If Showplace for Family Dini g Going Away Io College? Keep in Iouch wiI'h ,'Ihe news back home wi'I'h a sfudeni' subscripiion I'o I'he TIMES . . . S3 by mail 'For I'he nine-monih school year. KETTERING-OAKWOOD y TIMES I544 Wes+ Dorofhy Lane I 293-3I4I PrinI'ing a weekly newspaper 'Io serve a com- muniI'y of 70,000 readers requires a modern, efficieni' office arrangement IITISS WI S IOI', F. OI'I IDQGF. OVER 75 YEARS-COMMUNITY SERVICE MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOMES I809 Easi' Third S+ree+ I04 Wes+ Main S+ree'r DayI'on. Ohio Fairborn, Ohio ADEOUATE PRIVATE PARKING COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING A behind 'Ihe scenes look aI' Ihe Keifering Oakwood T' 'Ih d"I M R G' Real Eslale Problem? Buying or Selling . . for lhe Love of MIKE Call LoGsDoN Palms 2424 Far Hills Ave. 299-2252 298-7238 Mike Logsdon of Paul Tipps Really ardenlly supporls Fairmonl Wesl' Dragons and llieir aclivilies. x I 5 le,' 4? Q 3 Q . . . .Mfrs e we ff? 5.3: wwf 31? M- 'info J. we 44 H 4, , 24 1 t f w . kg, ur ' I I f Carolyn Clifford Sleven Cornelius Marlie Applelon Underclass Piclures by il i"- W ".-' ,',,,,k I ' y Z y f y.y 1 f Jim Miller Pally Silas Sleven Ford SCHOTT PLUMBING, INC. 2360 Wesl Dorollwy Lane 299-775l Famous for Qualily Residenlial and Commercial Plumbing and Healing Dave rnlllips recommends Scholl Plumbing lor lhe very besl of repairs and inslallalions. -----...,,- """""+-S.. I1 . -. -. .- V' V- . .. ,, .x .f - -2 . ,. . . 1, ,I - 35- , ,:,1.:-,M -I F, . -,fa-: ,-V.-1-azz,-,-1:-I 1. . -rrgrv H: --v 1'-2 , : :sf for Parties Sold in Fine Food Markets Z X Everywhere P'-f Church and Y Lodge Functions 6' I FOOD PREPARATION WITH A LONG REMEMBERIZD AFLAVOR 6 0 b NN' i " L E X eaves 4- ,,Qew0 QQ IF N0 ANS. CALL 885-2976 I vw in X I oleh i hoid oedd i f ft .' 254-1911 KATIE'S KATERING I I PAUL Mcwiumms - ownsn H08 WAYNE Roberts Funeral Home 92I Brown Street Dayton 9, Ohio 223-8I I7 WILLIAM E, ROBERTS W. WEBSTER ROBERTS 6l3 E, Doro-H-ly L,-me 380I LeFevre Drive 299-9I26 293-8633 N" .waz-:-I A E :1:3:?:1:E:E:E:2: All Media Advertising w Direct Mail Offset Printing LEONARD ADVERTISING 1212 East Stroop Road Dayton, Ohio 298-8001 Mrs. Martha Leonard talks with West 5 u en sz Shanldin, Mary Buchanan, Jaci Jones, nne in and Nancy Schneider about the advertising busine td t Sally A K It's Fun.. to live in MARINCLE PARK "ws qreai fo live in Maranole Park," agree Jrhese Fairmonf Wes? Swdems. We Like It! CLARK-GREIMAN N Development Corporation vlcToR E. GREIMANN, Builder ROBERT N. CLARK, Build LL: 2 Q.. 7 Q f fe ' 'J' f Q A 7 , S W ie .. 3 as F . 1 A 1 +V, ei ,yew M 4, rbi Z 3 4 is X ag? Y! rg if X pizza at Shakeys Pizza Parlor. Sharon Hensley, Darlene Fraley, Earlene Swafford, and Cheryl Ross pause before purchasing a taste-tempting Q I xl! mperial House Motels Where every guest isKing! 'S , il W N ,v as , 5 0 -we 4- x snvtawg, 4 a e A Y' 51 X X? S 4751 1 ' 'ff . f ,,,.. 7' L m,,,:lVAiW5i.iiFi ,, "'wwf"'f2r1t , 7 LMPRRIAL HOUSE NORTH LMPERIAL HOUSE SOUTH SHELBY HOUSE Interstate 75 81 Needmore Rd. Interstate 75 81 Route 725 Interstate 75 Sz Ohio 47 Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Sidney, Ohio 278-5711 866-6261 492-9164- Drive south on Wilmington Pike past Stroop Road to Bigger Road, turn right to Oak Creek. 5 .. V , DN fr i : ii , i 5- ., gg", ' 3' Q iltvixul X I All models open 1 to 8 Sunday through Fridayg 10 to 6 Saturday I THE FOUR QUALITY BUILDERS OF "OAK CREEK" ARE: WA 0 Brainard Construction Company 0 C. W. Sharp 6: Sons 0 Swango 8a Sons 0 Wenzler Brothers J J '13, ,-"",Q .kv -f 1 i. ,1. M '.. '- U' .. . -fm- in ... i 1. N. ,x.,,xf,",--X - cI.,vz,.. 'V V I ' " -Y . V., .k. , M ,Q ,,. 1- 'X 4 til ,Li '4 'kv-is TOPS "N" BOTTOMS SPORTSWEAR in casual sporfswear for Ihe gal in Ihe Icnow IN THE ARCADE 4TH STREET ENTRANCE HOURS 9-6 DAILY 222-2662 "This is 'Ihe besl' season of Ihe year for slacks," agree K ' R'Ichie and Jan Schuerholz as Ihey seleci' Ihe aren I Ialesl sfyles from Ihe Tops 'n Bo'I'Ioms Sporiswear Shop. SCHLIENTZ AND MOORE One of Ohio's Mosl Beauliful Funeral Homes" I632 WAYNE AVENUE Call 253-I44I THOMA CONTACT LENS EXCLUSIVE CONTACT LENS TECHNICIANS, WHERE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING ARE EVIDENCED BY THE MANY SUCCESSFUL WEARERS 7I4 Reibold Building Dayfon 2, Ohio 222-7879 J. WILLIAN CONROY These Fairmonl Wes? s'IucIenIs appreciale Ihe co venience of wearing Thoma conI'acI lenses. THE PRESTIGE LOCATION 'ihiiljm THE DAYTON CENTER A., I ,, lllll, ,. 1' no VD -I B A- U I Z z V5 7' U If -4 -4 o iz o E 0 13, E-, ai- gi' if giw g E E iii- Q5 ea? THE DAYTON CENTER . . . 24 stories of gleaming glass and aluminum . . . specifically designed to provide Dayton with a new and modern building. It will have office space, beaut- ifully custom designed tor the most descriminating tenant. Truly . . .AN IMAGE OF PROGRESS THROUGH DESIGN. Imperial Crown I... ..,....,.,. , .......,.. Il Res ta u ra n t at the IMPERIAL HOUSE SOUTH MOTEL 35I9 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd. Ott Interstate 75 Imperial Crown's elegant atmosphere always provides an inviting setting tor leisurely dining. Town 84 Country Florist 4I00 W. Town and Country Road Kettering 293-396 I "l'd like any tlowers. so long as they come tram Town 81 Country Florist," says Cathy Jo French to Donny Harlow as they view the selection 3,11 Ili I . 's-1 " 0 lll1ll'Goe GOLF RANGE ' 2... I- - ' - I' s -Jgvwr' ' 1. fgifg,p Q "f2 -A -15' li mi , , 40 TEE RANGE-I8 HOLE MINIATURE- I0 UNIT TRAMPOLINE PGA Pro Will Goeclce Open Daily 9 A.M.-I I:30 P.M. Mar. Is+ +o Oc+. I5 Also Open During Dec. 253-937' PRO LINE MERCHANDISE 4740 Undef' AVG- Fairmonf Wes? varsily 'lee-men, Jim Twohig and Bob Vie+s,I enioy golfing al Will-Gee Range where ball is auiomaiically placed on Ihe lee. ADVERTISING AGENCY 4500 Marshall Road Kellering 29, Ohio Educaiion al Wes? prepares Rick Hipple for a lulure execulive posilion wilh Hipple, Irelan, and Kinzer. .W 623 dw me Qs: K.O. ELECTRONICS T.V. S+ereo I-Ii-Fi 2-Way Communicaiions Paris Anlennas 39I6 Wilming+on Pike Kellering, Ohio 45429 299-5588 Fairmoni' Wesl siege crew member, Jim McKee suggesls K.O. Eleclronics for Jrhe besi in supplies. TELEPHONES: OFFICE 885-7659 HOME 885-3233 Area Code 513 SpecIalizing in Residential Sales" 5 K ISK. T .I Q '-RHGETHFSI Inn t"'1Cff'1I.I I ' stun , f ,ff ' noun-ns T ann 1' " IIE. ' MEMBER Dayton Area Board of Realtors National Institute of Real Estate Brokers National Association of Real Estate Boards International Traders Club JOS. M. WILLIAMS 81 ASSOCIATES "Realtors" I8 SOUTH MAIN ST.-CENTERVILLE DAYTON 59. OHIO ff- VIC cAssANO lK VIC cAssANo qnd QYLZA 1 RING MOM OONISI W PIZZA KINGS 402I Far Hills Avenue 299-3563 2308 E. Dorothy Lane 298-729I 22l0 S. Patterson Blvd. 298-I48I For an atter-game from Cassano's," say party that pleases, try a piza a d H Ily S I Marti Appleton n O a THE GENUINE AUTO PARTS ff, PARTS FOR .ALL W CARS - TRUCKS - TRACTORS f If AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES 7 COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP I I 7 1 Z hi- DOWNTOWN Iii? 'tiii Y'TlIIL'ED ZZZZIIZZ f f ' S- MAIN RIT: 1212 SESSJIEE zzz-521: 22345293 EQUIPMENT STORE soo s.LUDLow 223 629I Town 81 Country , gap ii? M et . . . 5 ig Eff? Second-Home Siyle Headquarfers for Hundreds of Fairmonl Wesi' S+uolen+s and Their Families For flue lafesi' in campus-clolhes, Paul Gruner, Dain DeVeny, and Brad Riclenour always S hop al rhe Mefropollfan in Town 81 Counlry, in Kelfermg. Fidelity Prescriptions -:,- fi . , Ei . 5 ,em 4 FIRST IN PRESCRIPTION-SERVICE r -so SINCE I " r r iri T ii,' i a T " 'T 9:9 in G DEAN BRANDT FELIX T MARSHALL L Manager Manager J In KETTERING a+ Far Hills and Shoop Rd. In CAKWOOD ai' 2309 Far Hills Avenue WOODMAN LANES Bowl ot Kettering's Finest 36 AMF LANES pro shop Balls, Bags, and Shoes COFFEE SHOP BEVERAGES NURSERY AMPLE PARKING 3200 Woodman Drive 293-3I79 Leslie Nefl's smile of approval shows she lopped Jim Beebe's score while bowling al Woodman Lanes. I er' O 'fig , sli, FEDERAL PATTERN WORKS WOOD AND METAL PATTERNS II47 Sou+h Broadway 222-7893 Kalhy Medford, vice-presidenl in charge of adverlising, confers wilh Curlis McCormick, vice presidenl in charge of apprenlices. al Federal Pa'H'ern Worlrs. LASAGNA 0 PARMIGIANA SPAGHEWI 0 RAVIOLI ' 6 , su rooosocmcxm . by Mums mas 657609 HIL- .w4n.snou.so srsAxs -s zoor z. oonomv LANE cuors FUR RESERVATIONS Cllll.: y y 298-8633 1 1 X : f I ' YY - sunxm an l , ., - cocxmn lounoe ' Cl.O5ED MOHDAYS "msg iv, J.. fi wg W -,S , ..--,A-A A l.l?Q3-iii' . - , ,J , Dk ,fat-" A M, I Y . Z5'fQf1'Ef. aiifw, 2 ,ig-+i':'1 A-5. flfgi Qffrie.-' ,J ,MQ ,- ' A'f:lf2" 'ln ,.,.. " iizijxff. ,',"Q.""'i,' T xl! ' ' asf- . 2 2,,fs.a':F.f :Af '- 'l fill fl if N I Q .T m in i is 1 ff'Q,"h- 4 H ,r 'YT l, .1 l Hun? if -- ? l I f' - em , ll ' UI' in i .1-"will l Ti?li.5'lilJ. A i"1i.,. 1. ' l,y'u rl . . 1, H U in lll Lg , .1 .I I l L 'll lll 1'1 Owners of Vilo's Venice lnn, 'rhe Gaccella family, are known for lheir 'Fine food and excellenl service. F ,ff o o Laurie Irvin aids her falher in his business as she learns lhe li-ne poinls of becoming a good businesswoman. SHER mu IMLLIA Ms S H E I N 'WI L L ll ofa ssss rrsls I rrrsss is rrrr PAINT The Home of Qualily Painl Supplies 3966 Linden Avenue 256-058l Efficient well-lcepl Sherwin-Williams Pain? slores are prepared lo sell lhe lfinesl in painl and painl' supplies. if I 1 ' South Dayton HOME FURNISHINGS 3578 KeH'ering Blvd. lR+. 25 Souihl Soufhbouncl 25 Beiween Dorolhy Lane and Shoop 298-I477 Plenly of Free Parking Bev Riner gazes dreamily al lhe enchanling home fur- nishings al Soulh Dayfon Home Furnishings. MORAINE BARBER SHOP 360l S. Dixie Drive 298-669I 1 Y JakB ghf fd +h+M Bb Shp fhpffplf If fi. 15' THE Q A 1 VILLAGE ' PEDDLER 6I03 Far Hills Ave. 434-345I .' ' ' Q vs "" 1 p D f p f f T perfeci' ouffifs c f fo Cl d HII dB bK pp ffh V'llag Pddl STRAGAND'S FOODTOWN 3940 KeH'ering 299-5553 l2l2 E. S+roop 298-022I R B H dD K III kov m fih ydyl p 1'S'I'ag d FodT n ,Fnirmunii MT Clasp IUII EC pirif uf L55 Tom Baker, Dave Dieferle, and Joe DeHaven are proud of fhe supporf Pep Club members give io 'fha many sporfs acf'vH'ies ai' Wesf. Ps" HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT 4022 FAR HILLS AVENUE 293-5774 Howard Johnson's newly decoraied resiauraml is a favori gaihering place for Fairmoni Wesl siudenis. TREASU RE CH EST TOY SHOP NATIONALLY ADVERTISED TOYS Dolls 0 Games 0 Hobby Supplies Bicycles 0 Wheel Goods Salesladies ai Treasure Chesf Toy Shop show examples gills for children-siufled ioys in all sizes. 1: When you are choosing iewelry for a giff or 'For yourself, if pays io be sure!! Besure...a1'... TOWN AND COUNTRY JEWELERS 224 Eas'l' S+roop Road KeHering 299-3 I 8 I Barb Law and Sieve McCaffer'ry shop for The ideal gradu lion gill ai ihe Town and Counfry Jewelers SCHIFF'S SHOES DAYTON'S LARGEST FAMILY SHOE STORE TOWN AND COUNTRY VAN BUREN HILLS AND DALES V ki Dooley and Bonnie Penny always find Ihe lalesl' 'Fashions 'reenage shoes al' Schiff's convenienl shopping cenlers. D81T BODY SHOP PHONE 293-936l 3303 Ke'H'ering Blvcl. DayI'on Ohio -Distributor- PHONE DELTA TIRES 293-7891 J 81 L RADIO8fTV ANTENNAS AND PHONOGRAPH REPAIR SYLVANIA SILVER SCREEN PICTURE TU BE Town and Counfry Shopping Cenier 298-7359 Ken Downey and Carl Niehus suggesl J 8: L Radio 8: TV Shop for The besf in radio and TV repairs. 2 EE PIANOS 81 ORGANS ONE OF OI-HO'S LARGEST STORES NEW AND USED These Famous Organs 0 CONN ' HAMMOND 0 BALDWIN 0 WURLITZER 0 LOWREY ' GULBRANSEN Tr O f B.H.A.'s superior organs furnishes hours f ' I enioyment for Linda Royer and'her fathe For anything under the sun - Cards, stationery, gifts - You, too, should come to . . . JEMIMA RUSSELL'S TowN AND COUNTRY 298-I423 Ch E I+ Id ff d + hd dgftf ll +J R II THE C. N. STEMPER CO. Institutional Food Service 853 E. First St. 'Dayton, Ohio 45402 PHONE 223-5265 gncrete, gnc. ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTORS 1250 W. DOROTHY LANE DAYTON. OHIO 45409 29 M lh Appl D g Ad 'r g M g 'rll hr wh nh d +g f d + g +P. D g Zvi . . T 9 F " Finer Fashions S'if1Q6-31199 of Xenia i l l l ,W 3I Greene S+ree'l' Xenia, Ohio " xi R. L. ULLMER 81 SON MEMCRIAL CHAPEL "Kettering's First Funeral Home" Business: 299-499I Residence: 299-9072 Besi' Wishes +o +he Class of '66 from The Dragon Staff and Logan Studio Your Yearbook Phofographers RIAL T. PARRISH ARCHITECT ENGINEER I7+h Floor, KnoH Building, Dayfon, Ohio 224-0585 DESIGNER OE FAIRMONTS EAST AND WEST ,tw ff soon Eoon- 24 Ig-IA3liRi A DAY - I f af 7 WEEK 2 fe 5 P 0 o 7 do . A 1 Aj my couNTRY KITCHEN Corner Wilmingfon Pike and Doro+hy Lane n vb 0 QQ . d perf decorehng lobs, Trademarks of Arnold Lohman. y Lohman ns proud of The fme qualify work and Arnold Lohmann Painting 81 Decorating 500 Schuyler Dr. 293-2920 E ICQ Xi-A,w Wy- "Serving Greafer Dayfon Over 39 Years" Open 9 'l'o 9 Mon. Thru Sai. TOWN 81 COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER SALEM-MIRACLE LANE SHOPPING CENTER 400 E. S+roop Rd. 274-9I39 293-II86 Buckingham Enterprises 348I Office Park Drive 293-2I20 AND AFFILIATED COMPANIES: Buckingham Square Office Park Eagle Creek ConsI'rucI'ion Co. Provincefown Corp. Realfor Char'I'er House Corp. THE FINEST IN COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT. S D Ifman. Vicky Buckingham and Debbie Sieberi' Ih BeauIiIuI Paul Klees BuiIding, buiII' by Charfer House a Buckingham Enferprise. mwah 460 Pafferson Rd. Jusf WesI' of Shroyer Road OPEN DAILY D yi newest air condiiioned dining room aI' Marion's Paza . . Ihe mosf affracfive pizza house in Ohio. C n and enioy your favorife PIZZA or GIANT SANDWICH. 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-BSI I 6 MiIIon Smifh beams wifh pride as he examines Ih I paints on the shelves of Greive Hardware. TOBIAS Funeral Home, Inc. 648 WATERVLIET AVENUE AT FAUVER DAYTON 20, OHIO 252-3l22 LaMar Tobias AMBULANCE YOUR LINCOLN - MERCURY ' COMET DEALER Dan Reinicke proudly shows Doug Blackford one of luis favorile new Mercury seleclions from lhe wide choice of models on display al Wallcer Molor Sales. W. T. GRANT COMPANY 528 Easl Slroop Rd. IQ44 Pa-He,-Son Rd, K9'l'l'efln9 Plan Brei'l'ensl'ra'l'er Square 298'l40l 253-l I87 Holly Kniglwl and Kallwy Slone find a new friend from one of The 'fine displays al W. T. Gran'l"s. 3 Order by Phone and Take Them Home R0 'rw A wf' I I ffl: I I y Za, fil- I 6,0 1 by , J I 5 , vL"'fm Y ?, ' 'J Q' Qncw OFRI 6060 Far Hills Drive DayI'on, Ohio 434-242 I DIES JIGS FIXTURES PRECISION HORIZONTAL BORING AND MILLING JIG BORING SERVICE Draffsmen of Ihe H 8: H M h' T busy H8fH ac me ooI Company are kepf designing new and special machines. 0 SPECIAL MACHINES H 8. H MACHINE TooL COMPANY, INC. 280 I WiIming+on Pike 298-7575 Roberts Funeral Home 92I Brown S+ree'I' Dayfon 9, Ohio 223-8I I7 WILLIAM E. ROBERTS 6I3 E. Doro'rhy Lane 299-9I26 W. WEBSTER ROBERTS 380I LeFevre Dr. 293-8633 Norb Zimmerman 340I Woodman Dr. 299-7332 Zimmerman eniers a world of new dimensions in g as she eniers one of Ihe many beauiifui apari- 'r houses buiI'r by Norb Zimmerman Consiruciion. Dayton Camera 1 Shop,Inc. 26 Wes'I Third S+ree'I' aI' I'he Arcade Enhance 223-5 I 82 CAMERAS-PROJECTORS 1 TAPE RECORDERS FILMS-GREETINC-5 CARDS P gqy Graybill appreciaies 'Ihe qualify merchandise If red by her faiher ai Dayfcn Camera Shop. WOODLEY CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. l250 W. Doro'l'hy Lane 298-990l Cus'l'om-Buil+ Homes Builders of Skyline Ridge and Woodbriar THE NUT TREE 4lII Easf Town and Counfry Road KeH'ering, Ohio 298-9252 MEYE R'S MEAT MARKET 23 Parlr Avenue 40I5 Far Hills Avenue Ad HbldJkMy y D lwdf lc l1 T 'l H1 Ig ll +'I'l'1N+T ggfTyN H' fllw yf pdl TMy MfMl'l SERVING AMERiCA'S FINSST STUDENTS For , 4 V, .H A A Over 2 ' A ' ,I . 1, , .,.. ,,,., :,':,,,, ,, QW.. V.:-.,,1.-2 ., Mi- ei.i2..,:::,:::,.:f,fm-4,5.,,.,,.,.,Z.:QM,..:,,,,:,i,.,.W,,1.',,1:1,g ' ' " ' " ' " " ' '- " ' A LIFETIME 01' YOURIOSTEN MEMORIE CLASS RING f ' A ',V., " ii 5 Qquu Commemorufe your school ' y with o iewelry mcsierpiece . . . 1 ca .IOSTEN class ring , . . . fashioned in flowlegsqexclusiire V SUNS1-ilNEi0K'goIci '-A"' PZ' is 5 , ."-'-'1 In ' . , . copyrighted origins! JOSTEN.designg sims 1897 . . . student-styling at its gggihy fines! S 2 Exciied sophomores give Josien represeniaiives iheir hardrearned money in exchange 'For +heir '68 class rings. TONY MORROW Box I5 Springfield, Ohio McLEAN'S GOOD BOOKS Daylon's Booksellers Since I9l8 ALL BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS Bool: Fairs OLD 8: RARE BOOKS 34 Tl"lll'Cl 222-7837 Sue Temple makes a wise decision from fhe well-sioclced shelves of fad and 'liciion af McLean's 4077 Town 8: Counfry Rd. 298-l332 AN KN EY FOOD SERVICE Since I948 AND AUTOMATIC CAFETERIAS INDUSTRIAL CAFETERIA MANAGEMENT Cusfom Planned Service 0 BANOUETS o PICNICS 0 PARTIES 0 COMPLETE VENDING "Serving Over 20 Dayion Firms" 46I-5656 Ankney Food Service insures its cusiomers of onIy 'I besi' in cafering and vending for all occasions. ' QEALTOR5 ResidenI'iaI Commercial Ind us+riaI Inves'rmenI's SERVING Ke'H'ering Cen+erviIIe Washingfon Township mfgfle EH so M50 SINCE I922 FUNERAL HOME I733 Brown S+reeI' a+ Sawmill Road Convenienily Locafed Io Serve You Our I'-Iomelike Aimospnere Beaufifuily Enlarged 8 IVIAs'rEncnAF1' TDDL Sl DIE COMPANY 350 E. HUFFMAN Ave. - DAYTON - or-no 45403 OFFERS CDIVIPLETENESS In DESIGNING and BUILDING Precision TOOLS ' DIES ' JIGS ' GAGES ' FIXTURES ' SPECIAL MACHINERY Founded in 1955, we have, through the years, proved our reliability and capability, the complete skill and experience of our personnel and the excellence of our fully equipped, 18,000 square foot plant. Big Or Small We Build Them All. Beverly and Barbara Senseman are proud of Iheir I H1 'r er's associa ion wilh Masfercrafl. SHANNON BUICK COMPANY SALES SERVICE PARTS LOW COST SERVICE RENTAL CARS I6I SaIem Avenue 224-854I Dave Shannon feels compIeIeIy al home behind 'I'I'ie heel of a new Buick ai Shannon Buick 5 I PAUL SWARTZEL PresicIenI' PAUL E. SWARTZEL Insurance Service, Inc. 2600 Far Hills 298-027I DAYTON I9, OHIO -Q L Rhythmette Corps I965-66 EARL D. CREAGER, INC WE MOVE THE EARTH LAND CLEARING PLAT DEVELOPMENT TRENCHING Q WATER MAINS SEWER CONSTRUCTION a CRANE SERVICE Office 90I Shroyer Rd. 293-2 I 58 Gdkdpdpfh III'qp If EIDCg I CII HAYDEN- NORTON, INC. Your Aufhorized VoIIcswagen Dealer 3535 Soufh Dixie Drive Dayion, Ohio Phone 298-958I SALES PARTS SERVICE USED CARS Barb Law and Connie Eaion spend an exciiing affer- noon frying our Voikswagens ai Hayden-Norion, Inc. QUEEN CITY DRY WALL 81 BUILDING SUPPLY CO. We Do Ihe Compieie Job o HANGING-FINISHING Q INTERIOR 8: EXTERIOR PAINTING Q PRE-DECORATED WALLBOARD o QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 2928 Springboro 299-852I IOne Block NorI'h of Doroihy Lanei Fred Rowland and his friends always remember Queen Ciiy DrywaII for Ihe finesi' in building supplies. THE F. W. LOTZ PAPER CO. Esiabhshed I9 I 3 I965 Our 53rd Year 607-II E. Third SI'ree'I' Dayfon 2, Ohio DAYTON'S OLDEST PAPER AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT SUPPLY HOUSE Mr. Evereii E. Hawker discusses wiih Mark Shoemacher and Jim Twohig some of Jrhe many fine poinis of run- ning a successful business such as Loh Paper. PAGE MANOR FURNITURE WE REPRESENT ONLY BRAND NAME MERCHANDISE 1 i Dave Miller 'hm Mme' EARLY AMERICAN 0 CONTEMPORARY 0 PROVINCIAL 0 DANISH COLONIAL TI-IOMAsvILI.E . I-IOWELL LANE - KENMORE BASSETT BEDROOM-LIVING ROOM 0 SEA'-Y KARPEN DINING ROOM-KITCHEN - MAXWELL-ROYAL CHASE - BASIC-WITZ AMERICAN OCCASIONALS - I-IABER DREW PARTITIONS-PICTURES 0 MOHAWK POTTERY DECORATOR ITEMS FOR THE ENTIRE HOME STEREO APPLIANCES TELEVISION RCA VICTOR AMANA ZENITH RCA WHIRLPOOL TAPPAN MAYTAG OPEN DAILY TILL 9 P.M. MOHAWK CARPETS AND INSTALLATION SERVICE CGI' 2533835 AREA WIDE DELIVERY SERVICE AMPLE FREE PARKING-PAGE MANOR SI-IOPPINO CENTER-5546 AIRWAY ROAD STAR MOLD 81 TOOL CO., INC. IS34 Keysione Ave. Daylon, Ohio 256-709 I Specialisf in Building Die Cas'r and Plasfic Molds Fine selecrions of fools and machinery paris are evi- dence of The fine work done by Sfar Mold 8: Tool. l Nl M FJE- olllir-Er. ' c o wr P A N v A fu! -A ' l9oo w. DOROTHY LANE, DAYTON 39, OHIO Q 298-9846 PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULIC PRODUCTS th N l Ind ihe fr'endl afmose Rick Mosier and Be oan .i i y phere of G. C. Mosier makes working 'rhere a pleasur B. CONGRATULATIONS GRADS! Have a Jumbo Burger on PARKMOOR 3 kv-...-..-v 7 - , E C -fer? 2 .A 1 Ask the Manager of your favorite Parkmoor to autograph your year- book. He'Il give you a Jumbo Burger FREE. Tir DRIVE-IN RESTAURANTS Let Parkmoor be your host Professional Patrons contribute to complete DR. J. C. APPLETON, M.D. W. E. CHANEY. M.D. 8: J. C. Fidelity Building HERTEL, M.D. 224-I737 25l9 Far Hills Avenue 298-7279 DR. F. J. AUWERS DAYTON R. CLARK Ill0 South Main Street 223-l226 DR. LAURA AUWERS DARRELL C. COUDILL, M.D. IIOO South Main Street 222-3673 RICHARD F. BAHR, M.D. 3550 Far Hills Avenue 298-866l C. W. DICKENSON F. Q. BARR' M.D. 3550 Far Hills Avenue Talbott Building 298'52l9 46:-5863 DR- FRANK R- BUSWLL0 DR. eEoReE M. ESSELMAN 4055 Far Hills Avenue 389 Shaw 299-369' 222-2858 DR. ARTHUR E. FOUKE Harries Building 222-403I DR. JAMES N. FOX L. J. GUMPER, M.D. Fidelity Building 224- l 737 L. M. HALEY. M.D. 8: W. LEWIS, M.D. 2567 Far Hills Avenue 298-735l DR. HALL. DR. WALTERS 81 DR. COMPTON 2l5 East Stroop Road 298-0236 advertising goal of S7000 forl966 Dragon DRS. JACOBS. WELLS. 8: ALBRECHT 22l8 S. Pallerson Blvd. 293-2l I3 DR. W. E. JOHNSTON. D.D.S. ROBERT C. SCHAMEL. D.D.S. I5 Soulhmoor Circle N. E. 298-9987 CHARLES A. JORDAN. D.D.S 293-I353 DRS. KING. MAYERSON. 8: STUMP 425 Hulman Bldg. 224-B55l W. S. KOLLER JAMES L. KUHLMAN, O.D. 2400 W. Siroop Road 299-2662 J. F. LEARY. M.D.. 8: S. A. LANEVE. M.D. 1735 Big Hill Rd. 298-7414 DR. CHARLES G. LOVINGOOD 3 I 8 Glenridge Road P. E. MARSHALL. D.D.S. 3550 Far Hills Ave. 298-52l9 OTEY F. PETERS 302 Gem Cily Savings Building DR. LOWELL SCHAEUBLIN JR. D.S.C. 2624 Wehrly Ave. 293-7 l 77 ROBERT C. SCHAMEL, D.DS Oakview Medical Bldg. I5 Soulhmoor Circle N. E. 299-5 l 9 I A. M. STORRS, M.D. 670 Fidelily Building 228-4 l 26 THALES THEODORE, 2300 Far Hills Ave. 299-3404 L. R. WHITE, D.O. l2l7 Salem Ave. 278-765l ROBERT E. ZIPF 35ll Indian Hill Dr. 299-2592 D.D.S Yearbook Staff receives ALLEN'S PHARMACY 3036 Far Hills Avenue 298-52I I ANTHONY SUPPLY CO. 270l Lance Dr. 298-7345 ANTON'S BEAUTY SALON KeHering Shopping Cenier 4058 Shroyer Rd. 298-39I4 ARROW. INC. 2950 Far Hills Avenue 298-I456 MR. M. R. BALIS 2509 Adirondack Trail 293-0735 BENHAM'S CATERING 24I9 Far Hills Avenue 293-844l BIG TOP TOY SHOP 2308 Far Hills Avenue BORCHERS INSURANCE W. Borchers 223-I 258 BRUNK'S SERVICE GARAGE 3000 Far Hills Avenue 293-2354 BUSINESS FURNITURE CO. 3300 Sou+h Dixie Ave. 299-3I6I THE CHEESEMAN 3083 Far Hills Avenue 299-8I20 CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE DONALD E. WILLIAMS, GENERAL AGENT 333 W. Firs+ S+. 228-5I79 CORBAN REALTY CO. I343 Third Na'l'ional Bldg. 224-I959 THE DAYTON FORGING 8: HEAT TREATING CO. 2323 Eas+ Firsi' Sireei' 253-4I28 DONNA LEE SCHOOL OF THE DANCE 552 Wilmingion 256-022I DON'S HAIRDRESSERS 425 PaH'erson Road 293-I4II T. E. DUNLEYEY 81 SONS PLUMBING 81 HEATING 293-4066 RICHARD T. EATON 3225 Soufhdale Dr. 293-7483 ESTEPP SINCLAIR SERVICE 22I2 S. PaH'erson Blvd. 293-OI I0 FAR HILLS BEAUTY SALON 2408 Far Hills Avenue 293-I3I I FERNANDEZ ART CRAFT 4I I0 W. Town 8: Counfry Rd. 293-9992 much-needed JAMES FREE 25 S. Main S+. 223-536I LYN GREER BEAUTY SHOPPE 2238 San Rae Drive 299-6603 GROBY'S GARDEN STORE 430I Far Hills Ave. 293-7424 EARL J. HAINES, REALTOR I8I Pelham Drive, Norfh 293-l242 J. N. HAVERSTICK 8: SONS 24I2 Far Hills Ave. 293-2I84 HELM'S MARKET 3500 WiIming'I'on Pike 299-2292 HILLTOP CONCRETE I725 Woodman Drive 253-5I6I HOYNE FUNERAL HOMES. INC. HARRY KALB FURNITURE 948 PaH'erson Road 293-9202 THE KETTERING FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, Local I509 430I Marshall Road 298-4870 support by generous Local Business Patrons KIDDIE KASTLE 5l6 Eas+ S+roop Road 293-3022 L. AND B. HARDWARE 2280 Easi' Dorolhy Lane 299-80OI LElBOLD'S TEM TEE SMORGASBORD 2537 WiIming'I'on Pilce 299-3092 JAMES T. LYNN Third Nalional Bldg. 224-l98l MCAFEE PONTIAC, INC. 202 N. Main Slreel' 866-3308 DON MENDENHALL 2655 Soulh Dixie Avenue 298-7437 METROPOLITAN CLEANERS 2228 San Rae Drive 299-592l N. Main SI'ree'r Cenferville, Ohio 299-592 I MINNlCK'S LOUNGE 3500 Marshall Road 293-0426 CHARLES MIX REALTOR 2205 Acorn Drive 298-0239 MURPHY'S PASTRY KITCHEN I0 W. Slroop Road 293-2I77 OAKWOOD SALON OF BEAUTY 24l3 Far Hills Avenue 299-3797 PATTERSON RESTAURANT 2I00 S. Palferson Blvd. 293-222l THE PET AND GARDEN SHOP 450 PaH'erson Road 298-7383 NICHOLAS A. PETH. REALTOR 24l2 Far Hills Avenue 299-534l PK HOME SHOPPING CENTER 6l7l Far Hills Avenue 434-36I I MECKSTROTH REGER 45 W. Whipp Road 434-l28l RITCHIE, INC. 44 S. Ludlow 223-I l0I ROTHAAR INSURANCE AGENCY 348 Canlerbury Drive 293-7428 RUBY'S BEAUTY SALON 36I3 Wilminglon Pilce 298-844l SACKSTEDERS REST'S, INC. lI40 Wilminglon Pike 253-2I28 SAN RAE BAKERY. INC. 2222 San Rae Drive 299-5538 SAN RAE BEAUTY SALON 2220 San Rae Drive 293-73l5 S 8: R TOOL CORPORATION 429 Winslon Ave. 253-I I39 SCHELL'S BODY SHOP 328 Troy Slreel 228-I I35 STARR PHARMACY 466 PaH'erson Road 293-I I I9 VAN BUREN APARTMENTS I956 S. Smi'l'hviIle Road 252-5066 PAUL WELCH ENTERPRISES. INC. 3l7l Soufhdale Drive 298-9877 WEST CARROLLTON BUILDING AND SUPPLY I28 Souih Elm Slreel' 859-3l3I C. L. WIKEL L I3l N. Ludlow 228-7552 WILMINGTON HEIGHTS MARKET 8: PHARMACY 4650 Wilminglon Pilce 299-4I64 Easl Unit palronizciiion supplements sfclff's Beating all other rivals, homeroom IO7 wins in East unit. MRS. GEORGE ABELL II49 Carlisle Avenue DR. AND MRS. STEWART ADAM 767 Greenhouse Drive Si CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. LLOYD ADAMS 279I Kreiizer Road Gwen CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ADAMS l305 Willowdale Avenue Bonnie CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. H. E. ALBRIGHT l008 Swanqo Drive Milede CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. A. W. ALEXANDER 3865 Far Hills Avenue Rick CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. HEATHMAN T. ALLEN 347 Brydon Road Roberf CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK ALLEN 3UI Primrose Lane Jane CEI Junior DR. AND MRS. R. A. ALLEN 4l0 Judith Drive Margarer CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. WISE ALSEPT 2733 Gladslone Slreel Daphne CCI Sophomore Diana CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HAROLD AMLI 6I3 Lamonl Drive Marcia CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PETE ANDRES l0I3 Benfield Drive Barb CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. G. W. ANDERSON l625 Berwin Avenue Larry CEI Sophrnore MR. AND MRS. J. ANDERSON 3725 Wenzler Drive Paula CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. ANDERSON 400 Shady Cresl Drive Richard CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. BEN R. ANKNEY 503 Peach Orchard Road Ben Junior MR. AND MRS. O. B. 40I6 Ackerman Boulevard Joyce CWI Junior APPENZELLER MR. AND MRS. W. D. APPLE 237 Slonehaven Road Marlha CEI Senior Jane CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. C. APPLETON 3l50 Winding Way Tom CWI Senior Marlie CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. ARNOTT 242i Adirondack Trail Bob CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. G. B. ATKINS 3865 Taif Road Joanne CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RICHARD AUERHAMMER I26I Laurelwood Road Tom CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLARD AYTES lOI5 Independence Drive Julie CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. S. BADGER 3639 Walerbury Drive Jan CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. P. H. BALDERSON 3846 Elmira Drive zggsharan CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. M. R. BALIS 2509 Adirondack Trail Nancy CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN R. BALL I759 Mayfield Avenue Susie CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROY BALL IO74 Wiles Drive Berry CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD BALLARD 408 Cushing Avenue Par CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. JERRY BALONIER 3747 Endover Drive Lucie CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. P. BALTHROP 3849 Ridgeway Drive Mike CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BANKS 3540 Echo Spring Trail Bud CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. DWIGHT BARNES l53I Crescenl Boulevard MR. AND MRS. W. H. BARNES 900 Garrison Avenue Janer CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRED L. BARNETT I30 Cannonbury Courl Brad CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. WOODROW BARTLEY l3I7 Tammerland Drive Barb CCI Senior MR. R. L. BATESON 368 Hill Slreer Xenia, Ohio MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. BEEBE I32I Tall Timbers Trail Jim CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN BEGLEY 4 Soulh Bromiield Road Mary Jo CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. C. BELLAR I74O Lanbury Drive Susan CEI Junior MRS. ELIZABETH BEMIS I60 Devonhursl Drive Barbara CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BENSON 2544 Acron Drive Bob CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BERBERT 52I Cushing Avenue Nanci CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PERCY BILBREY 270I California Avenue Dave CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. F. BLAKE 36I0 Maryknoll Drive Janet CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JACK BLOME 3II2 Big Hill Road Judy CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BODIKER II43 Gardner Road Cindy CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. ALFRED BOLENDER II56 Donson Drive MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BOSSI 3I33 Locusl Camp Road Ron CCI Senior Linda CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. BOWDEN 3225 Wilmingion Avenue Jim CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. H. J. BOWMAN 805 Willowdale Avenue Wes CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL L. BOWMAN 4900 Boiield Drive Sharon CWI Junior Ron CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. SHERWIN BOWSER 4772 Archmore Drive MR. AND MRS. EDWARD BRADFORD I457 Conslance Avenue Cindy CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN O. BRANDT 85I Easl David Road Janer CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. HOWARD BRAUN 4I I7 Slonehaven Road Dave CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK BRENNAN 23 Sherbrooke Drive Nancy CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BREWER 2844 Haig Avenue William CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. BRISTOW 956 Donson Drive Jan CCI Junior Corliss Ann CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HERMON S. BRODICK 274 Balmoral Drive Peggi CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MALCOLM N. BROWN 620 Wedgewood Avenue MR. AND MRS. R. H. BROWN IOI3 Sharewood Courl Rick CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. L. BROWN 2543 Soulh Dixie Avenue Phyllis EI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JASON C. BROWNE 7II Orchard Drive Valerie CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD M. BRUBAKER 3I59 Shroyer Road Mike CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. BRUNK II2 Weslhaven Drive Jerry CEI Senior DR. AND MRS. ALBERT A. BRUST 2600 Far Hills Avenue Buz CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BUCHHOLZ 3057 Hillside Avenue Bernard CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EMERSON H. BUCHINGHAM 3320 Beaumonde Lane Vicki CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EARL BURROWS 956 Benfield Drive Bob CCI Senior MRS. JEAN C. BRUSCH 2032 Wilminglon Pike Karen CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BURTON 205 Rockhill Avenue Cindy CCI Sophomore MISS RUTH BUSSEER 428 Louislon Road MR. AND MRS. ALBERT BUTCKE 3320 Oakmonl Avenue Sue CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. D. E. BUTLER 2926 Oakland Avenue Kim Percifield CEI Senior Karen Perciiield CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HOWARD BUTLER 2925 Hillview Avenue Susie CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES W. BUTLER 8I2 Willowdale Avenue Andrea CWI Junior MRS. MARY CALL 42I7 Lesher Drive Donna CEI Senior MRS. JAMES CAMPBELL I332 Melrose Avenue Susan CEI Senior John CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. FLOYD CARTER 3300 Regenl Avenue Diane CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. GENE CARTY III2 Sharon Avenue Donna CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. KENNETH G. CASTOR 484I Shadyhill Lane Penny CCI Junior DR. AND MRS. D. C. CAUDILL 497 Winding Way Dave CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHAKRIAN I08 Wyngaie Drive Carol CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND CHANEY 39I7 Mengel Drive Pal CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. D. CHARTER l4l Lincoln Park Melody CWI Junior Margy CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CHENOWETH I22l Kim Lane Bill CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RICHARD CHILDRESS l2I5 Georgian Drive Karen CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CHILDRESS 4808 Algood Place Randy CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. D. E. CLARK 4733 James Hill Road Doug CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES F. CLARK i324 Laurelwood Ken CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. M. J. CLAY I09 Oakview Drive Kaihy CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES CLAYPOOL 334i Beaumonde Lane Tad CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. C. CLIFFORD IIOI Donson Drive Carolyn CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL CLINGMAN 3303 Big Hill Road Paula CWI Junior earnest efforts towards improved MR. AND MRS. DONALD L. COFFEY 165 Greendale Drive Donna CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. COFFEY 801 Cushing Avenue Jill CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. COFFMAN 1596 Stockton Avenue Bob CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT COLEMAN 3660 Elmira Drive Rita CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. HARDIN COLLINS 2641 Holman Street Hardin CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD COMBS 1761 West Stroop Road Pat CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. RONALD M. COMPTON 4293 Trails End Drive Dwight CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. D. CONNELL 2245 South Patterson Blvd. Laurie CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN COOKSON 1001 Tabor Avenue Cheryl Shedden CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. T. COOLEY 3109 Blossom Heath Road Laurel CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. W. H. CORBAN 1340 Laurelwood Road John CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. DELBERT CORNELIUS 632 Cushing Avenue Steven CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. J. H. CREAGER 1082 Swango Drive Carolyn CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. KEITH CUNNINGHAM 3033 Locust Camp Road Keith CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. DANIEL J. DAURORA 4901 Far Hills Avenue Bob CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DENGIL DAVIS 2709 Hazelwood Avenue Linda CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. ERNEST DAVIS 142 Castle Drive Lynne CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES DAVIS 307 North Bromtield Road Scott CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN D. DAVIS 3760 Cordell Drive Dwight CCI Sophomore MRS. JOHN M. DAVIS 1624 Lanbury Drive Nancy CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. 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Central Unit students and pare MR. AND MRS. JACK OSBORN 3613 Wilmington Pike Carol KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. E. L. PANSING 111 Westhaven Drive Susie KEI'Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRANK R. PARKS 963 Bentield Drive MR. AND MRS. JAY D. PARSONS 3337 Sagamon Avenue Jim Junior MR. ROBERT H. PATON 3724 Bentield Drive Patricia KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. EARL PATRICK 2908 Oakley Avenue Peggy KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RAY H. PAYNE 541 Carrlands Drive Mary KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLARD J. PENNY 3830 Maryknoll Drive Bonnie KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES PERKINS 228 Stonehaven Road Andy KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. PERNAVEAU 2400 Adirondack Trail Leesa KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. KARL F. PESTER 2417 Acorn Drive Sue KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN PETERS 829 East Stroop Road John KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. DANIEL J. PETRY 4180 Meadowcroft Road Linda KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. FRED B. PETTY 750 Rockhill'Avenue Paula KCI Junior MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL PFLUM 2629 Hazelwood Avenue Pam KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RALPH A. PIERCE 3974 Mengel Drive Ralph KCI Junior DR. AND MRS. M. D. PLACE 301 Snow Hill Avenue Mait KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. ALBERT PLATT 1200 Devon Road Gilbert KCI Senior Albert KEI Senior Sarah KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. PORTER 924 Willowdale Drive Nancy KWI Senior Charles KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. J. E. PRASS 464 West Stroop Road MR. AND MRS. HUGH PRICE 3409 Sharon Avenue Barb Sweeney KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. J. PULS 1235 Ridgeview Avenue Penny KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN E. PURDY 3026 Ridgeway Road Cinda KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL PYPER 101 Enid Avenue Nancy KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. RAMSEY 532 Oakview Drive Stan KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. C. RANKIN 762 Cushing Aveune Jett KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MYRON RAWERS 4136 Lotz Road Cindy KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. MARGARET RAYBURN 4165 Renwood Drive Mike KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. DELMAR J. REAGAN 3033 Hillside Avenue Randy KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. APUL REASOR 704 Storms Circle Connie KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH REED 900 Renwood Drive Karen KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. REINICKE 3360 Blossom Heath Road Dan KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. PAUL REINICKE 425 N. Clairidge Drive Susan KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. H. A. RE1'1Z 225 Balmoral Drive Vicki KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ANNETTTE RHEUBLE 3591 Waterbury Drive Barbara KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES RICHEY 402 N. Bromtield Road Brad Buvinger KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. D. H. RICKARD 564 Winding Way Marcia KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. J. RIDD 2905 Harvey Avenue Nancy KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE RIDENOUR 500 Judith Drive Brad KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. RIEL 3448 Southern Boulevard Jim KWI Senior Bruce KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. R. A. RINER 4244 Flowerdale Drive Bev KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN RISKO 316 Lincoln Park Boulevard Bill KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. F. M. RITCHIE 609 Judith Drive Larry KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MALCOLM RITCHIE 630 Brubaker Drive Karen KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROSS R. ROBBINS 796 Willowdale Avenue Sharon KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. S. J. ROBBINS 3320 Sagamon Avenue Shaela KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES ROBINSON 360 Forrer Boulevard MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ROBINSON 926 Cottenwood Road MRS. ANNE RODGERS 2300 Acorn Drive Nancy KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. L. H. ROGERO 820 Brubaker Drive Pam KWI Senior 'Pat KCI Junior DR. AND MRS. J. P. ROLLER 4301 Schrubb Drive Paula KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. GARY ROOF 4525 Twilight Hill Drive Chris KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. WARREN ROSS 241 Snow Hill Avenue Ann KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. CHESTER ROUSH 1119 Wenbrook Drive John KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MAT ROWLAND 3440 Governor's Trail Fred KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. E. ROYER 4816 Judith Drive Linda KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES H. ROYER 127 Bromtield Road Janet KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. HERMAN ROZELLE 409 Carrlands Drive Cheryl KCI Junior MR. AND MRS. BERTRAM C. RU FF 4618 Winchester Drive Leslee KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. P. RUNYAN 4414 Lotz Road Jim KCI Senior Joanne KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RODGER S. RUSH 516 Judith Drive James KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. PEARL RUTH 3866 Waterbury Drive Dave KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. DEO RYDER 1600 Lanbury Drive Debbi KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. LEON SACHLEBEN 3255 Claar Avenue Dave KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES SAE'I'I'EL 181 Chatham Drive Bill KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. WOODSON SANDLIN 3568 Waterbury Drive Barbara KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. SAUL 305 Lesher Drive Holly KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. GWENDOLYN R SAVAGE 3025 Aerial Avenue Greg KWI Junior MRS. JANE O. SCHAFFER 3065 Hillside Avenue Carol KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. H.SC1-IIERLING 3043 Fairmont Avenue George KWI Senior Janelle KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. J. F. SCHMALENBERGER 4739 Judith Drive Jan KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. RAY E. SCHMIDT 635 Cushing Avenue Kathy KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. C. F. SCHNEIDER 1131 Bentield Drive Nancy KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. I-1. SCHUERHOLZ 4448 Wing View Lane Jan KEI Senior Jett KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. H. SCHWEITZER 1122 Sharon Avenue Dave KCI Junior Susie KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. W. F. SCOTT 1313 Bentield Drive Steve Miller KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JEWEL SEIBERT 3204 Miriam Drive Craig KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DALE SEIGFRIED 2938 Oakland Avenue Janiece Weaver KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD SEILER 3090 Southdale Drive Mike. KEI Senior MRS. RUTH L. SETTLES 4808 Laurelann Drive Jan KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. SEXTON 2749 Dawn Drive Janice KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. O. L. SEXTON 2791 Kreitzer Road Steve KWI Junior MRS. PAUL SEYLER 4625 Wing View Lan'e Michelle KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. W. K. SHAEFFER 824 Lovetta Drive Barbie KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT SHANECK 4333 Sunray Road Karen KCI Junior , MR. AND MRS. C. R. SHANKLIN 804 Kenosha Road Sally KWI Senior MRS. SHARP POLLY 939 Wenbrook Drive Sonia KWI Junior Nancy KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DEAN W. SHARRITT 3109 Oakmont Avenue Jim KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. SHAW 856 Brookfield Drive Bev KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. HARRY A. SHELANDER 2355 South Patterson Boulevard Guy KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. D. A.SH1NN 1019 Gardner Road Alan KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. SHOEMACHER 413 Brydon Road Marc KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. H. H. SHORT 3081 Regent Street Jeanne KCI Junior MRS. MARY W. SHOUP 1013 Tabor Avenue Greg KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CARL SHOWEAKER 1100 Georgian Drive Carl KCI Senior nts make MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE SHULTHEIS 148 Lincoln Park Boulevard David KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD SIKES 3032 Hillside Avenue Cindy KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. FRANK E. SILVEY 1045 Eldorado Drive Leslie Sweezy KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. SINGLETON 1456 Constance Avenue James KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. SHAW 856 Brookfield Drive Bev KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. DALE SINKHORN 788 Willowdale Avenue Mark KCI Junior MR. AND MRS. T. S. SIZELOVE 808 Cushing Avenue Tonya KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. DONALD L. SMITH 3567 Strathmoor Drive Don KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. HARRY A. SMITH 1020 Willowdale Avenue Bob KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. HENRY SMITH 1436 Barton Avenue Rae KCI Senior DR. AND MRS. J. B. SMITH M.D. 854 Pondway Road Diane KWI Senior Cathi KCI Sophomore MRS. MILLIE SMITH 3642 Tait Road Linda KCI Junior MR. AND MRS. MORRIS SMITH 332 Highland Terrace Avenue Steve KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. E. O. SNYDER 305 Lincoln Park Boulevard Greg KEI Senior Cathy KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. LESTER F. SNYDER 808 Lavetta Drive Linda KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. VINCENT SORAH 3737 Ackerman Boulevard Barbara KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WALTER SORENSEN 3445 Oakmont Drive MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND SPAHR 1108 Donson Drive Dan KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. JACK STAHL 3762 Waterbury Drive Paul KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. W. STAUTZENBACH 1001 Sharewood Court Judy KWI Senior MR. AND MRS. P. G. STATHES 3307 Highgrove Place Chrys KCI Senior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. STEPHENS 4801 Far Hills Avenue Jane KWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CARL STEPHENSON 324 Marchester Drive James KCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. J. STEUER 2721 Oak Park Avenue Richard KCI Sophomore DR. AND MRS. J. K. STEVENS 3333 Carrier Avenue Jan KEI Senior MR. AND MRS. GORDON STEWART 481 Chatham Drive Judy KEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD D. STEWART 1425 Wheatland Avenue Jane KWI Junior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD STIVER 316 Brydon Road Mark KEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. G. E. STORIE 1017 Willowdale Avenue Connie KCI Junior MR. AND MRS. H. STRAUSBAUGH 2017 Colton Drive Karen KEI Sophomore dynamic drive to continue traditional support Homeroom 213 excels in Central Unit Parent Patron Drive. MR. AND MRS. RALPH STRAUSBAUGH 1006 Wcnbrook Drive Carol Jane CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. FRANK L. STROBINO 4009 Maricarr Drive Sue CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. R. E. SU LTZBACH 3006 Fei-'mont Avenue Ann CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT S. SWABB 1018 Lincoln Park Boulevard Beverly CCI Senior DR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. SWARTZEL 416 Canterbury Drive Carol CWI Sophomore MR. C. M. SWEENEY I12Olr'je'io1BoiiIevard Brenda CVJI Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE SZAKAL 2939 Robin Rcad Nick CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. BEATY TANNER 2712 Aerial Avenue Ken CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. G. W. TARZINSKI 2190 EJYWICJE D"ve MR. AND MRS. ROSS A. TAYLOR 2644 Souih Boulevard Kim ICI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN THISTLEWOOD. JR. 3361 Lenox Drive Rikki-Ann Otto CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL D. THOMAS 3231 Blossom Heath Road John CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. RICHARD THOMAS 920 Fairacres Drive Barb CEI Junior DR. AND MRS. N. J. THOMPSON 4473 Lotz Road Connie CEI Sophomore MRS. RUTH THUNN 4108 Kimberly Drive Sharon CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. JAMES TINCHER 3601 Wilmington Pike Linda CWI Senior Terry CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRANK TOBIN 733 Schrubb Drive Georgie CWI Junior MRS. JOHN TODD 2537 California Avenue Linda CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN TORLEY 236 Glenridge Road Jane CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. E. L. TREAT 375 Fawnwood Road Ned CWI Senior Joli CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JERRY A. TROBAUGH 720 East Stroop Road Linda CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. CHARLES TURNER 3908 Milford Drive Bob CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. WILBUR TURNER 3004 Rushland Drive Dennis CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MARVIN TYLER 34161nd'an Hill Drive Rebecca CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. H. R. ULLMER 4100 Benetield Drive Connie CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. UPDYKE 1637 West Stroop Road John CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. FRANK URBAN 301 Tamarac Trail Nancy CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. UTZINGER 3724 Wenzler Drive Jim CCI Senior MRS. MARILYN J. VANCE 2548 Calitornia Avenue Cheryl CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. MELVIN VAN OVER 1092 Pepper Hill Drive Gerry CCI Senior Pam CEI Sophomore MRS. MARY VARSANY 3171 Southdale Drive Dave Phillips CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. VENARD 504 Oakview Drive Robert CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. R. D. VENDT 1465 Cardington Road Patricia CCI Junior MR. AND MRS, WALTON S. VICK 701 East Dorothy Lane Linda Lou CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM VIETS 4345 Trails End Drive Bob CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY VORRASO 3754 Hertland Drive Darlene CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. EDWARD WADE 2826 South Dixie Drive Gary CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL WAGNER 2209 Green Springs Drive MR. AND MRS. C. F. WALKER 213 Carrlands Drive John CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN WALKER 3855 Endover Road Sharon CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EARL M. WARD 1357 Melrose Avenue Janet CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. M. WATSON 2520 Circleview Drive Lee CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. WATSON 2117 Gay Drive Mike CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. E. P. WEAVER 3024 Fairmont Avenue Karen CCI Senior Peggy CCI Sophomore MRS. JEAN WEAVER 3101 Big Hill Road Dana CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. VIRGIL WEBB 1296 Elmdale Drive Michael CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. E. D. WEEKS 249 Canterbury Drive Melanie CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. GENE WEFFLER 249 Balmoral Drive Sally CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE E. WEIMER 849 Blossom Heath Road Kathy CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RICHARD WELLS 3219 Regent Street Dwight CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. FRANK WENRICK 4616 Carlyle Circle Donna CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. A. J. WENZ 4817 Pamela Sue Drive Jim CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. DUANE WHEATLEY 3416 Sagaman Avenue May Rayburg CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. EARL WHEELER 2704 Holman Street Joyce CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WHEELER 348 Cushing Avenue Carolyn CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HAROLD WHITE 527 Forrer Boulevard Barbara CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WHITTLES 1318 Laurelwood Road Cindy CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM WHYTE 821 Cushing Avenue Patti CEI Senior Penni CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM WILCOCK 3850 Longridge Drive Bill Steinhagen CCI Senior MR. AND MRS. JOHN O. WILLETT 704 Schuyler Drive Connie CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. C. E. WILLIAMS 950 Kenosha Road Jane CWI Senior MR. AND MRS. FRED WILLIAMS 3002 Winding Way Fred CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WILLIAMS 917 Larriwood Drive Linda CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WILLIAMSON 3679 Endover Road Sandie CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN WILLIG 650 Winding Way Suzi CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. C. JAMES WILSON 3413 Lenox Drive Kittie CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. JAMES C. WILSON 2347 South Dixie Drive Georgia CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. H. R. WISE 251 Snowhill Avenue Jan CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. WITTEBORT 3762 Storms Road Richard CWI Junior DR. AND MRS. M. A. WOGAMAN 3742 Bentield Drive Sue CEI Junior MR, AND MRS. FORREST WOLF 3685 Tait Road James CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. WOLFORD 4320 Maxlin Road Charles Spivey CWI Senior Sharon Spivey CEI Junior DR. AND MRS. J. WORTHMAN 4800 Laurelann Drive Sue CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. F. A. WRIGHT 662 Cushing Avenue Pat CCI Senior Bruce CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. LOREN WRIGHT 1025 East Stroop Road Debbie CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. JOHN E. WUNDER 3126 Lenox Drive Nick CCI Junior MR. AND MRS. JACK A. YOST 1016 Larriwood Drive Steve CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. HENRY YOUNG 916 Donson Drive Vera CCI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. PAUL YOUNG 803 East Dorothy Lane Janis CEI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. RALPH YOUNG 4116 Locust Wood Drive Connie CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. CARL L. YOUNG 1216 Larriwood Avenue Linda CWI Sophomore MR. AND MRS. JOHN ZAPPE 1233 Brookview Avenue Jane CEI Senior MR. AND MRS. LOUIS ZAREMSKI 4135 Lotz Road Ron CWI Senior Linda CWI Junior MR. AND MRS. PAUL ZECHAR 1448 Bowman Avenue John CEI Junior MR. AND MRS. E. E.Z1NK 3008 Hillside Avenue Kathi CEI Sophomore DR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. ZIPF 35111ndian Hill Drive Tom CCI Senior Photo Index Butler, Susannah .. I02,207,2I9 Buvinger, Bradley ........ 207 Sophomore girls display interest as classmates tryout tor cheerleading. A Abell, Mrs. Cindorella .. 92, I40 ACADEMICS .,...,.,.... :ze Adam, Stewart ... 24,941,206 Adams, Bonnie ........ 87.I64 Adams, John .,.,,. 94,l03,l64 Adams Gwendolyn ,,,. 88224 Adams Q Lawrence .. IO0,224:226 W, E. CHANEY, M.D. 8- J.C. RICHARD F. BAHR, MD. 244 Bonnett, C. Bruce ,. ...... 224 Boore, Linda .. 26,76,224,239, 250 BORCH ERS INSURANCE 296 Borchers, Todd ,... ,..... 2 O6 Bosron, Joel ....,.,,....,. 225 Boss, Linda ,. .... 24,28,225 Bossi, Ronnie ..,,.. 98,I04,l67 Boston, Frank .. 4253.206 Boston, Teresa ..,..... 87,225 Bova, Patricia ..,........ 225 C Call, Donna .,.., 87,l68 Call, Russell . . .. I68 Cain, Linda ........ 207 Campbell Beverly .. .. 225 Campbell Dearl ., .. 225 Campbell Dillis 225 Campbell Don ..., .. 207 Campbell John .,....,. 207 Campbell, Shellie .. .. 208 Campbell, Sue Ann ..,. 76,l68 Canham, Ron . l2,24,28 30, CAPRI BOWLING LANES.. CARILLON CAFETERIA .. Cost, Steve .............. 209 Cotter, Pamela ...,.. I2,30,l70 DARRELL C. COUDILL, M.D. 244 Coulles, Greg .... 25,28,94, couNTRY Ketcr-IEN Cowdin, Randall ..,....... Cowdrey, Robert I I6 209 28I Crabtree, Virgil ........ Crager, Mr. Buford .... 53. Crawford, Shelia ..... Creager, Carolyn ...,.. 90 EARL D. CREAGER 209,290 CREATIVE WRITERS' CLUB 25 209 Cox, David ......... I70 I70 IS9 209 226 Carnright, Shelley ........ CARPET WAREHOUSE .. Carter, Diane ,... 26,l68 Carter, William ...... 7l, Ca rty, Donna .....,...... Carty, Mr. Gene ...., .. I68 258 257 208 249 Carr, Mrs. Elizabeth .... I39 I96 208 208 I!-I 208 Castor, Penelope ........ VIC CASSANO PIZZA KING 270 Caudill, David .,.......... 225 Caudill, Marilyn ....,.. I68 Caudill, Sam .,..,,...... I68 Caupp, Orville .......... 208 Caywood, Craig .. II4 l22,l69 Chakrian, Carol ..., . I0l,lI3, 208 Cambers, Patricia ...,, ,. 208 Chambers, Richard .... 225 Candler, Wayne .. 225 Caney, Patricia ...... l00,225 Adams, Penny Jo ...... 80,l64 Adams Stephanie ....,. 224 Adkins Dora ...... .... I 64 Adkins Violet ............ 224 Albriaiir, Miieae ...... 43 I64 Aleslagle, Henry ...... . . 206 Alexander, Douglas .. 53,72,224 Bailey, Pam ........,. 80.224 Bains, Thomas . ,.... 94,206 Baker, Barney ........ ,,.. 2 06 Baker, Gene ..,..... 53,ll4206 Baker, Mr. J. L. ...... l52,I53 Baker, Mary Ann .. 22,I63,I65 Baker, Patsy ...,........ , 206 Baker, Mr. Paul ...... l5l.l52 Baker, Philip ........ 53,7l 206 Baker, Rodger .. 24,28,7I,224 Baker, Ronald .... 94,l00,224 Baker, Thomas ...... 70,7l,l65 Balderson, Sharon MR. M. R. BALIS Balis, Nancy I,23,96,98,l26, .. 98,I24,206, 2I9 296 Alexander, Rickey ..... I64 l65,I7I 244,250 B'a'l"e'1i Debofah - Clark, charles , .....,. 226 Allen, Jane ...... l0l.lI3,206 Allen, Margaret 22,30,IOI II3,206 Allen, Robert ..... I02,l05,I64 ALLEN'S PHARMACY .... 296 Allred, Gregory .... 42,94,l64 AL'S AUTO GLASS COMPANY ,........... Allsup, Michael .... Alsept, Alsept, Alsept, 252 206 Daphne .. .. 224 Delilah .. ....... . 224 ' 224 Diane ,.., ........ Barker, Larry ............ 224 Amand, Karen .. 28,32,42,87,99, Bwckemrdqex CGHW Deck, Patricia .. 27,90,lI6ll7, I03,Il5,I64 259 AMAND, R. E. REALTY .. 259 Ball, Betty .......... 87,9O.l65 Ball, Susan ...... 27,87,l65,l82 Ballard, Patricia .. 43,87,l65,I79 Balonier, Lucy .... 43,lI6,I66 Balster, Mr. Walter ...... , I52 Balthrop, Mike ........,. 224 MARCHING BAND ..... 24,25 SYMPHONIC BAND .... 28,92 Banks, William .. 24,28,30,94, 206 Barbour, Miss Barbara .. 78,79, I55 Bowden, James .. 24,28,30,207 Bowden, Mr. John ........ l35 Bowman, Ronald ......., 225 Bowman, Sharon .......... 207 Bowman, Weston .. 24,28,207 Bowser, Mr. Sherwin .. 5l,l34, l54 BOYS' INTRAMURALS ,,,. 74 Bradtord, Cindy .. 27,86,92,225 Bradford, Kent ,.... . II8,I67 Bradford, William .. 72,II4, I67 Bramble, Wayne , ......, , 225 Brandenburg, Linda .... 87,207 Brandt, Janet .... II3,Il6,207 225 Branum, Thomas ........ 225 Braun, David ..,. . ..,.. Il4,I67 Brautigam, Connie . ..... 207 HERTLE, M.D. .......... 244 Cahnnell, Katheen ..... 92,225 Chappell, Greg .. 53,72,223 225 CHARLES OF STEPHEN'S . 244 Charter, Margy ......... 225 Charter, Melody ,... I2 79,208 Chenoweth, William .. 226,69 THE CHEESEMAN . ...... 296 CHESS AND BRIDGE CLUB l05 Childress, Karen ,. I69,249 Childress, Randy IOI,226 CHRISTY'S PIZZA HOUSE 2'6 Clark, Danny .......... 42,I69 Clark, Dave ............ I69 DAYTON R. CLARK 98,226 I06 Creech, Donnie ........., 209 Criss, Amy ...... ..., 9 9,209 Criss, Eileen .. l70,249 Crist, Kenneth .. ,. 42.l70 Cron, Sheryl .. . 86,207 Cross, Mary ll8I7l 28,226 Crouch, James .. Crouch, Larry ,....... 99,l7I Cruise, William .... 72 73 l7I Crum, Deborah ...,.. l0l 227 Cruze, Rita ...,.. 82,87,98 227 CULP'S CAFETERIA ...... 262 Cunningham, Kent .. 7l,94,I7I Cunningham, Keith .... 53 209 Cupp, Jess .........,.... 209 D DALE FASHIONS 244 Daniels, Darrell ..... 227 Darling, Deborah . ...... 209 Daurora, Robert ...... 28,227 Davis, Dwight .... 24,28,227 ' I7l Davis, Linda .....,........ Davis, Lynne ...... 27,80,227 Davis, Miss Merrilla ...... I44 Davis, Nancy ........,... 209 Davis, Scott .... ..... 6 9.227 Davis, Thomas ,... . ... 209 Day, Kathleen .... 36,90,9I,I IB, II8,l30,l7I Day, Mr. Paul .......... l6l DAYTON CAMERA SHOP 285 DAYTON CENTER .. .,,.. 268 THE DAYTON FORGING 8- HEAT TREATING CO. .. 296 DAYTON RELIABLE TOOL 8: MANUFACTURERS 25l D 8: C TRANSPORTATION COMPANY ............ 248 Dearbough, Mrs. Judy .... I40 Brazelton, Carol ...... 88,I67 . ll3,207 Clark, Douglas . 98,226 Barnes, Barnes, James .. Janet ...... .. 7I ,99, l30, I66 80,224 Bregger, Constance .. . 90 I67 Bre er Steven , 225 Clark, Mrs. Freda ........ I46 Clark, Gerry ......,... 30,208 Clay, carhy ......... 81,573,226 AMATEUR RADIO CLUB..l08 Ambrosino, John .. lI2,ll3,Il6 206 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE lI2 Amli, Marcia .,..... ..b. 82 224 Ancsan, John 53.206 Anders, Linda ........., 43.87 Anderson, Larry .,., 25,223,224 Anderson, Paula .. 60,96,98,224 Anderson, Richard .. 94,I03,l65 Anderson, Robert ........ l65 Anderson, Miss Ruth .,.... I39 Anders, Barbara .. 25,28 224 53, I I4, 207,274 I39 I38 225 30,82,207 225 Andres, 'Betty . ...... I I3.206 Andres, Sally .. 30,87.93,lI2 l65 Andrews, Jan .... 47,76,98,206 Ankney, Mr, Beniamin .. I 04, I46 Ankney, Beniamin .. 7298206 ANKNEY FOOD SERVICE 288 Barnhiser, William .,...... 206 F. G. BARR, M.D. ....... 244 Barr, Frederick .... ...... 2 06 Barr, Stephen .... l00,l45,224 Barrett, Ronald .... 53,Il4,206, 274 Bartley, Barbara .. 28,30,3I,80, I66 Barton, Kenneth ....,.... I66 BASKIN ROBBINS ICE CREAM 260 Bass, Diana ......,....... I66 Bates, Ronald ...... I66 Bateson, Mr. Ross ..,,.. I258 Baxter, Bob ........ ,..... 2 24 Beardsley, Phyllis .. 76,83,98, 224,250 Beatty, Betsy .... 23,224 Beatty, Helen .. ..... I l3.206 Bedwell, Linda .... ll2,ll3.206 Beebe, James ...... 22,206,272 Begley, Mary .. 24,28,30,II6, gg , .. Breisch, David .. .. l04,l67 Breitenstein, D.M. . . . . . .. 207 Brem, Cynthia .... 9098.225 Brewer, Billy ,....,...,.. 225 Brewer, Thomas .. 33,94 I66 I I7, I67, I93 Brickey, Sandra ...... I58225 Bristow, Corliss ...... 9l,225 Bristow, Janice .. 86,9I,Il3,207 Broadstock. Allen .... l57,l67 Brodrick, Margaret .... 98,225 Broughton, Jack ..... Brown Mr. Charles . ...,, CLARK-GREIMANN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ....,... 265 Clark, Kenneth 30,II8,I30 l4I I69 Clark, Pamela .. 43,98,l64,l69 CLASSICAL MUSIC CLUB IIO Claypool, Tad .. 53,II3,II4,I69 Clear, Diana ..........,. 226 Clever, Stanley ........ I69,58 Clittord, Brenda ...,.... I69 Clifford, Carolyn .. 94,99,Il5, Brown: Mrs. Evelyne Brown, Mr. Hugh ........ I46 I50 Brown Brown Brown, Richard Lee Brown, Richard I-I. Browne, Valeria .,.. , Mr. Ira .......... , Phyllis ...... 86,92,225 ...... I67 Il6,205,208,263 II8,I30,l7I Deeter, Marsha .. 43,88,97I7l Dehaven, Joseph .. 38,72,97, II3,I63,I70,I7I,203 Deisher, Miss Christine .. 98, I44 DELMAR STUDIO ........ 263 Detrick, Mr. Donald .. 30.l48 Deveny, Dain .. ll6,I30,I7l, 27l Devoqel, Patti .... 75,77,B3,I7I Dewitt, Neal ,. ......,. 227 Dichter, Karen ...... 98,99.Il6 Dick, Peggy ....,,, 76,92,227 Dicke, William .. 24,28,30,69, 227 C. W. DICKENSON ..... 244 Dickerson, Denny .....,.. 209 Dickey, Mr. Richard .. 53,7O,7I, I40 Dickinson, Susan 77,86,II6, 205,209 Dickman, Kristine ...... lII,209 Anknev Jon ........ 53,69,206 ANTHONY SUPPLY CO. .. 296 1 224 Benson, Bob ..........,,.. ANTON'S BEAUTY SALON 296 Antrobus. Clyde ........ l65 Appenzeller, Joyce .... II3,206 Aple, Jane 76,82,224.233 Apple, Martha ,. l,I0.3042,B3, 77,lI5,l27,I65,20I DR. J.C. APPLETON, M.D. 244 Appleton, Marty ., 99lI3 II6 I27,206,207,263,270 Appleton, Thomas ...... l65 Armbruster, John ...... 53.6I Arnold, Mr. William ...... I52 Arnott, Robert .. 94,98, I I3 206 ARROW, INC. .. .. 296 ART CLUB ......... lll Arthur, Mr, Paul .......... I6I Ashman, Doug ........ lO9,206 Atkins, Steven 24,2B,l65 Atkins, Jo Anne ..,... 90,224 Auerhammer Tom 53,I65 Austin, Terry ..... ..... 7 2.724 Austin, Raymond Austin, William . Auwers, Carolyn . DR. F.J. AUWERS 224 72.206 I0O.274 .. 244 DR. LAURA Auwsiisfi., 244 Aynes, Richard ..... ....,.. 2 06 Aytes, Julie . .... B Bach, Jerald .... ..... 92,224 ..,. 93,206 Back, Sherry .... ..... .... . I 65 Bacon, John ........ Badger, Jannette Baer, Judith ...... 27, I65255 224 98224 Behm, Eric .. .......... Il6,l66 Bell, Carolyn .......... 89,I66 Bellar, Karen .....,....... 206 BELMONT AUTO THEATER 258 Belton, Deborah .......... 206 BENHAM'S CATERING .. 296 Benner, Linda .......... I66 Bennett, Stanley .......... 224 Bensinger, Miss Shirley .. I5O I66 Berardi, Patricia ...... 79,224 Berbert, Nancy .......... 224 BHA MUSIC AND APPLIANCE 278 Biddle, Jane .. 30,90,99,lI0, lI6,Il7,lI8,l66 BIG TOP TOY SHOP ..,, 296 Bilbrey, Dave ........ l0l,224 Binning, Janet .... 49,I3O,I66 Bishop, Richard ...... II6,I67 Blackford, Douglas .... 206,283 Blackford, Roger .......... 224 Blair, Nancy ...... .... 2 06 Blake, Janet .......... l0l,206 Blakeman, John .... 7l,94,206 Blome, Judith .. I,23,98,Il8,ll9, l25,I67,IB5,243,252 Bloomer, Jill ...... 30,I22,l67 Bloomtield, Gary ...... 72,206 Bloomfield, Sandra .. 43,258,206 Bodiker, Cynthia .. ........ I67 Boen Danny ........,,.. 30,224 Bohardt, John ...... 53,69,206 Bohardt, Steven .... 53,224,239 Bolender, Mr. Alfred .... I36 Bollenbacher, T.M. .... 30,I05, I45,224 Brownell, Betsy Brubaker, Judy ............ 207 Brubaker, Michael .... I08,225 Bruhn, Richard ..,....... I68 Brumfiel, Nancy ..,. 43,9I,I00, lI8,I68 Brunk, Jerrett ........ 99.l68 BRUNK'S SERVICE GARAGE 296 Bruno, Colleen ...... . 98.225 Brust, Albert .... .. 28,lI3.207 Dieterle, David .... .... 2 09 Dill J' ITT? .. ..... . 7I,227 Bryan, Donald .. Bryer, Cynthia Buchanan, Mary .. Buchholz, Bernie .... 225 43,Il3207 30,l68 264 .. 58 225 Climer, Cynthia ........ 208 Clingman, Paula .... 98,Il3,20B Closey, Sue ............ 208 Cobb, Kendall .......... 208 C.O.E. .................... 89 Coftey, Donna .. 27,34,43,76 77, 86, I70 Cotfey, James ........ 27,226 Coffey, Jill .... 98,225,226,238 Coffman, Robert . ..... 53,226 Cohen, Lawrence ...... 42.208 Cohen, Martin ........ 90,206 Cole, Margie .... . 226 Coleman, Mike 53,7I,II4, I70 Coleman, Rita ,..... 77,98 I70 Collins, Brenda .. 37,43,I09,I70 Collins, Hardin .....,. 43,l70 Collins, William ........ 226 Combs, Mr, Boyd ........ I6I Combs, Patrick .. 52,7l,II4, BUCKINGHAM ENTERPRISES 282 Buckingham, Vicky .. 98,225,282 207 Bueker, James . ......... .. Bumgardner, Gary ........ 207 Bumgardner, Larry ........ 225 Bunch, Richard .......... 225 Bunch, Sharron ............ I68 Burgess, Belinda .. I68 243 252 Burns, Gary .......... 53,63,207 Burns, Mrs. Joan .... llI,l44 Burrows, Robert .. 58,lI4.I68 Bursch, Karen ......... 43,l68 Burton, Cindy ........... 225 Bushman. Mariorie .... 98.I68 BUSINESS ................ 240 BUSINESS FURNITURE CO. 296 Busseer, Miss Ruth .. 89,l48,l49 DR. FRANK R. BUSTILLO 244 Butcke, Sue ..., 98,Il6,I24,I4I, 207,2ll Butler, Andrea .... Il6,ll7,207 208 Compton, Dwight ...... 28,226 Congleton, Greg ...... 94, I70 Conley, Shelley .......... 208 Conn, Mr. Maurice .... l3,l44 CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE .................., 296 Connell, Laurie .. 25,28,30,IIO, ll3,208 Connolly, Thomas .... l07.208 Connor, Jeffery .... .... I 70 Cook, Jack ...... .... 2 08 Coley, Laurel ..... 99 Cooley, Rand ...... .... 2 O8 Copeland, Barbara .... 226 Copeland, Danny ........ 208 Coper, Ken ..........,... 226 Corban, John ............ 208 CORBAN REALTY CO. 296 Cornelius, Steven .. 94,208,263 Corre, Martha ..,,.... 93,208 Cory, Alice .. Cost, Jeff .... 209 209 Dill,Stephen..,.. .,.....209 Dils, Jacqueline .. 78,98,225j 22 Dinsmore, Diana .......... 227 Disalvo, David .... I64,l7l,l96 Dixon, Kathy .... I2,98,l22,I72 Dobbins, Rebecca .. 27,87,209 Dobrino, Linda .... 90, l00,227 Dodd, Mark .............. I72 Doggett, Rebekah .. 27,42,98, 227 Doltrnan, Diane .. 32,II6,lI7, I22.l72 Dolfman, Susan .. 22,27,9B,227, 282 Doll, Daniel .... ........ 2 27 Doll, Vicki ....... 172,258 Donahue, Gary ............ 227 Donaldson, Dan .......... 209 Donaldson, Mel ........ 94,l72 DONNA LEE SCHOOL OF THE DANCE .......... 296 Donovan, Patricia ........ I72 Donovan, Mark .......... 227 DON'S HAIRDRESSERS .. 296 243 DOOLEY'S PHARMACY .. Dooley, Victoria .. 26,96,II5, 209,243,277 DOROTHY LANE MARKET I 26 Dorston, Janice ,. 24,28,86,98, 227 Dotson, Gary ..... ....... 2 27 Downey, Harold . . 53,9-1,lI3, 209,277 Downing, Joan .. .... 98,227 Downing, Susan ..., 43,98,172 Draisker, Larella ....,,... 172 Drakos, Eleni ...... 79,101,227 Drakos, Nick .......... 72,172 DRAGON ,.... 124,125,126,127 DRAGON TALES . .120,12l,122, ' 123 Draylon, Phillip .. ..,.. 53,227 Dross, Ellen ........,.,... 209 D 8: T BODY SHOP Dubbs, Barbara .......... 254 Dudis, Jurn ....., 53,71,99,227 Duell, Danny .. 25,28,30,l73,196 Duffield, Elglenda ........ 227 Dunaway, Palricia ...,.,.. 173 Dunlevey, Mary ........... 227 T. E. DUNLEVEY 81 SON PLUMBING Ez HEATING .,,... .,.. 2 96 Dunn, Claudine 209 Dunn, Jackie .. 158,227 Dunn, Nancilou . .,....... 173 Fisher, Ronnie .. 72129156174 Filzwalcr, Karen ,, 43,90,1C0. 115,118,164 174 Flanagan, Michael .,...... 174 Flaller, Mr. L. Howard 134 135 Grady, Virginia .......... 210 Graham, Charla ....,... 176 Graham, David .. 104,137,176 Graham, Mr. Wylie .. , 156 W. T. GRANT ........,, 283 Graves, Mr, Charles .,,, 134 Gray, Candis .. 27,32,36,112. Flavin, Pal ...,.... .. 42,174 Fledderion. Jim Flelcher, Karen 53,98 728 , . 228 Flynn, Loyd .. 210 Flynn, Ronnie .. .. 228 Flynn, Slephen .. 210 Fochl, Sheila , 228 Foley, Joseph .. 228 Foley, Roberla , 210 Foolc, Karen .... . 228 Freeman, Mr. John ....... 53 Forbeck, Mr. John 69,156 Ford, Brenda .,...... , 228 Ford, Cheryl ..,. Ford, Slephen ,. Forgy, Joe ...... 210 42,228,263 94,102,174 116,117,176 Gray, Frank .......... 58,210 Gray, Roger ............ 229 Graybill, Margarel .. ,... 229 GREAT VALU SU PERMARKETS, INC. Graber, Arlin ...... 116,210 Green, Dennis ........ 58,210 Green, Donald ..,. .. 58,210 Green, Mary .. 98,1l9,122,176 Greer, Linda ........ 92229 LYN GREER BEAUTY SHOPPE ....,.......... 296 GREIVE HARDWARE .... 282 Durbak, Karen ,... Dunnick, Donna ,,.. 43 76,227 Duponl, Robefl .... .. 227,260 ..,,. 227 Dybvig, David 71,209 E Eamoe, Thomas .,...... 28,209 Earharl, Linda ....,,.,.... 209 EARLY AMERICAN SHOP 243 Ealon, Connie .. 4,96,ll3,127, 166,173 280 RICHARD T. EATON .... 296 Eberhard, Roy .....,... 69,227 Edwards, Chuck ,......... 209 Edwards, Dainna ...... 30,209 Edwards, James .......... 173 Edwards, Janel .....,.. 87,173 Edwards, Jim ........,. 173 Egger, Sally ..., 92,99,l03,227 Egleslon, Barbara ........ 227 Egleslon, Donald ...,..... 227 Egleslon, Ralph ........,. 209 Ehrsline, Alberl .....,.. 94,227 Eilorl, Bonnie .... 90,93,99,1l2, 116,131,209 Ekey, Janel ..,,........ 98,227 ELECTRONICS CLUB Ellis, Charlene .. 22,75,209,220 Ellis, Roberl .,....,. . 118,173 Elmore, Floyd ...... 93,118,173 Elma, Goldie .....,...... 173 Elrod, James ........,. 129,173 Ely, Jonalhan .. 25,28,30,98,110, ENCRETE CONSTRUCTION 227 ENCRETE INCORPORATED 243 Engleman, Jane ........... Enwrighl, Nancy .,,..... 90,227 Eshleman, Doug .... 42,99,209 DR. GEORGE M. ESSELMAN 244 Esselman, Karen ,,......,. ,173 Essenpreis, Barb .. 26,36,9l,96, lI8,126,171,l73,258,280 Essenpreis, Pal .. 9l,11l,122, 123,209 Eslabrook, Hugh ...... 71,227 ESTEPP SINCLAIR SERVICEZQ6 Evans, Joseph ..........,. 209 Evans, Palricia .,,. . 173 Evans, Mrs. Rulh ...... 140,141 Ewry, Connie . 227 275 F Fahrney, Richard .... .. 227 FAIRMONT PLAZA .,.... 261 FAIRMONT WEST PEP CLUB .... ......... 2 75 FAR HILLS BEAUTY SALON296 Farren, Susan ......., 104,296 Fauble, Pally ........ 100,228 Faulslilch, Sleve ........ 98.228 Forman, Miss Carol .. 78,79, ' 82,136,155 Forslholl, Kalhryn .. 115,ll6, 174 Forle, Donna .. 24,28,98,2l0 Fosler, Beverly .. 23,80,98,113, 190210 DR. ARTHUR E. FOUKE . 244 Fouke, Jerry ...... 53,101,228 Fouke, John .. 25,28,30,94,101, 174 Fowler, Mrs. Berniece . 87,158 DR. JAMES N. FOX .... 244 Fox, Linda 13,l24,l74,l82 Fraley, Darlene ,. 43,88,210, 266 Franklin, Camile ,,.. 30,228 Franz, Revecca ... 90,98 228 Fraze, Mark ...,......... 210 Frazier, John ....,...... 174 Frederick, Timolhy ...... 228 JAMES FREE ,.,........, 296 Freeland, Phyllis .. 87,88,101, 210 Foole, Linda Susan ,..... 210 French, Calhy Jo .. 22,23,1I7, 124,174,l85,268,280 FRENCH CLUB ........., 98 French, Roberl ...... 210,211 Fries, Tom ...,.. .... 2 10,94 FR1SH'S BIG BOY RESTAURANTS INC. 284 Fry, Donna ,......,.. 89,174 Fryman, Tedrick .. 94,210,254 Fugell, Diane ,. 25,28,30,228 Funck, Miss Leah .... 140,143 Funderburg, Mr. Alvin .. 102, 104,I34,135,151,l57 Funkhouser, Mrs. Jeanne . 97, 136,139 FBLA ......... ............ 8 8 FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS .......... .. 86 FUTURE TEACHERS .,.... 90 G Gabriele, William .... 69,228 Gallney, Frederica .. 4,l13, 169,175,246 Grice, Sandy .. 32,43,88,l06, 1o7,11o,11a,17s,19s,2so Grillol, David ........, 229 Grimshaw, Gary .......... 210 Griswold, Cynlhia ........ 210 GROBY'S GARDEN STORE ........... 296 Grodrian, Marlha ........ 229 210 Gross, Roberl ..........,, Gross, John .............. 176 Grossman, Wolfgang .,.. 229 Grolhian, Douglas .. 49,53,229 Grove, Anila ,,....,... 98,229 Groves, Joyce .,.. 90,104,176 Groves, Roberl .......... 229 Gruner, Paul .. 1,94,127,167, 176,255,271 Guise, Kevin .,.. 100,103,229 Gulasa, Diana ..........., 229 L. J. GUMPER, M.D. .... 244 Gumper, Loraine .. 98,ll2,ll3, H Habel, Leslie ..... 86,100,229 Haberer, Harry 85,86,1 16, 122,177,229 Hager, Roberl 145,210,228 Hahn, Slephen ........ 94,210 EARL J. HAINES, REALTOR .............. 296 Haines, Mr. Clark .... 134,135 Haines, Mr, Wesley .... 25,48 176, 244 Hale, James . ........... 229 L.M. HALEY, M.D. 8: W.J. LEWIS, M.D. . 244 Hall, Claudia .. l76,177,248, 274 DR. HALL, DR. WALTERS, 81 DR. COMPTON ...... 244 Hall, Mr. S. Leland .. Harlow, Carol Jean .. 43,I24, 167,176,248,280 Harlow Donald .. 53,1l4,l76. 183 248,268 Harris, Linda . ..... 87,211 Harris, Mark .. .... 98,211 Harl, Dale ...... .... 2 11 Harl, Deborah . ........ 229 Harl, Fred ........ 24,28,229 Harl, Marlha .. 24,28,77,83, 223,229 Harlley, Sandra ........ 229 Harlmeier, Kalhlyn ., 6,88,89. 177 1-larlranll, Joanne .... 87,229 Harlzell, David .... l7,46,177 Halhaway, Michael .. 24,28,94, 101,229 HAUER'S MUSIC STORE . 260 Hauser, Richard , ....... 177 1-laverslick, Bryan ..,, 108,229 J. N. HAVERSTICK 8: SONS ,.., ,.,,.,..,.. 2 96 Hawk, oall ......., as,9e,229 HAWKER ,..,...,,....... 291 HAYDEN, NORTON, INC. ...... 291 Hayes, Chris ..,.. 90,100,229 Hayes, Dale .. 94,98,113,l17, 130,177,187 Hayes, Deborah .... 98,111,229 Hayes, Michael ,... ...... 2 29 Hayes, Slephen ., ...... 211 Hechler, Karen Hedden, Linda .. 42,l11,116, 211 117 Heeler, Richard ..... .. .. 230 Heilman, Ronny 211 Heinrich, Susan .. 6,43,126, 167,177,248 Heisland, Mr. J. Lesler .. 146 Heilzman, Miss Rulh .... 141 Heller, Barbara .. 22,43,l30 177 Heller, Ed ............. . 211 Heller, Frederick ..,,.... 211 Helmer, James .... .. 53,230 HELM'S MARKET ...... 296 Hellon, Linda .... 23,87,l77 Henderson, Belinda ..... 230 Henderson, Mr. Edmund . 156 Henderson, Sherrel .. 10l,1l3, 177 Hendrix, Pamela .... 113,211 He-ning, Belly ........... 100 Henn, Gerald ..... 178 Hensley, Gwendolyn . 92,230 Hill, John ............ 178,190 Hill, Marlene ....... .. . 230 Hiller, Mrs. Anna .. , 142 HILLTOP CONCRETE . 296 Himebaugh, Palricia . 23,28 30,43,ll3,21l Himes, Amelia ...,.. 92,230 Himes, Naomi ,,.. ., , 230 Hinds, Mr, Milburn . 136,153 Hinds, Susan ..... ,. 98,230 Hinkley, Douglas .. 32,33,97. 106,l07,116,1l7,ll8,122,130, 131,178 Hinkley, Joan ...... 230,233 HIPPLE, IRELAN, 8: KINZER, INC. .,.. .. 269 Hipple, Richard .. 94,97,98. 109,1l6,120,l28,2l1,269 I-lirlh, Waller ........,. 100 HIVELY PLUMBING 81 HEATING .,.........,. 260 Hively, Terry Ann .. 32,90,l16. 125,l66,179,252,260,280 HI-Y , .,..... 94 Hockell, Donald Hodges, Claire .. .. 27,34,53, 71,211 98,230 Hoener, Fred . ,... ., ,, 179 Hoener, Roberl ...... 71,230 Hoilerberlh, Mr Hoflhines, Craig H. OFFICE 81 BROTHERS CO. Holden, Larry .. Holderman, Linda Holley, Marcus . Hollins, Eric Hollowell, Melana can ,, 161 25,28,3O, 230 259 24,2a,11a,179 . 28,122,211 .. 99,130,179 ..... 58,230 .,.. 98,230 248 Holmslrom, Gerda .. 86,87,93, Holsinger, Marlin 113,211 .. 33,97,104, 105,106,107,109,1 10,1 16, 117,118,124,130,l41,179,187 Hollson, James I-lolzslrager, Mr. Hans D. . 156 HOME ECONOMICSMM CLUB ....,..,.. 87 Horner, Mrs. Frances ., 92,159 HONDA OF DAYTON .. 253 Hoover, Brenda ....., 89,179 Hoppe, Mr. Richard .. 53,70, Horn, Marilyn .. 71,157 79,230 Horner, Barbara ,... 60,90,9B, Hensley, Sharon Herndon, Ernesl .. 93,178,266 230 Herring, Belly .. ,... 7,25,230 156 Hall, Sherry .. 91,98,113,2l0 Ham, Gary 229 . 94,102,176 Gainok, Dianne . ......... 175 Gallagher, Miss Elea nor . 159 Galli, Palricia ........ 88,210 Galloway, Suzanne .. 76,82,86. 210 Ganlz, Dave ........ 69,228 Ganlz, Michael .... 71,170,175 Gardner, Judilh 90,98,1l2, 210 Gardner, Tim .... 72,101,228 Garlilz, James 53,114,175 Hames, John Hamillon, Dale ...... 90,176 Hamillon, David .... 113,210 Hamillon, Joseph .... 63,229 Hamillon, Pamela .. 112,175 Hammer, Michael ...... 229 Hamplon, John ....... 229 Haneuer, Sharon .. 98,l15,130, 176 Hannah, Larry ..... . .... 210 Hannah, Tonda ...... 89,176 HARA SPORTS ARENA .. 242 Harding, Linda ...... 98,229 Harding, Roberl .. Harding, Sleve . . .. Hardy, David .... Harley, Frances .... . . 210 . 176 . 229 . 229 FEDERAL PATTERN WORKS INC. .. 272 Federle, Joy .. 24,28,30,90,228 Ferguson, Barbara ........ 228 Ferguson, Mr. Carl .. 94,l36, 141,151 Ferguson, Charles .... 4,38,94, 97,113,173,288 Ferguson, Phyllis ........ 87,209 Garvic, Elaine .. 24,25,28,210 Geally, Barbara . 60,96,98, 225,229 Geaudreau, David ...... 210 Gebharl, Gloria .. 229 Gebharl, John .,........ 229 Gedeon, Richard ....... 229 GEM CITY ICE CREAM COMPANY ....,....... 258 GENUINE AUTO PARTS COMPANY .,..... 270 George, Greg .......... 210 Gerber, Mrs. Joyce ..... 141 GERMAN CLU B ....... Herron, Dennis ,. 28,30,97, 98,104,106,l07,110,116,I18, 130,178 Hesler, Terry ............ 178 Hess, James .... .... 2 11 Hesler, Gary .,.. ....,. 2 11 Helzel, Jennifer . ..... 23,211 Heywood, Scoll .. 70,71,104, 137,178 H H H MACHINE TOOL, INC. .... .... 2 84 Gibbard, Hurl .......... 178 Hibbs, Kalherine .. 27,90,178 Hicks, Linda . ......... 30,178 Higgins, Charles .. 98,103,104, l05,l07,116,178 Higgins, Melinda .... 100,230 Hike, Mrs. Lois .......... 159 Hildrelh, Mr. Roberl . 53,141 H111, James . ..,........ 230 Hill Janel ,,....., 28,101,178 113,216,212 Horslman, Kalhi .... 208,1l3, 116,212,126 Horlon, John .. ,. 24,94,105, 212,28 Hollle, David .... .,.. I 79 Hollle, Sleve ........,.., 230 Howard, Calherine 212 Howard, Donald ,, 53,114,212 HOWARD JOHNSON'S .. 276 Howard, Susan .... 30,113,212 Howe, Linda .. 78,I12,1l5,2l2 Howell, Timolhy ......... 212 Hoyle, Gary ..,..,...... 179 HOYNE FUNERAL HOMES, INC. ....,... 296 Hubble, Candi .... 80,98,230 Huddleslon, Carole .. 101,212 Huden, Barbara ........ 212 Huden, Mike .......,... 230 Hudson, Dee .. 42,I02,lO3,Il3, 1l6,117,I18,138,179 Hull, Dave .............. 179 Fans sland in anlicipalion as Slan Ramsey and Sleve Pease lry lor anolher goal. FERGUSON REALTORS 288 Ferguson, Susan .. 86,9B,1l3, 209,254,288 FERNANDEZ ART CRAFT .. 296 Ferrigno, Joanne .. 27,75,76,173 Felzer, Donald ........ 53,209 F AND F MOLD AND DIE WORKS, INC. ......... 257 Fielder, Carol .... 99,100,228 Fiedler, Joseph ., 53,l05,114, 118,130,173 FIDELITY PRESCRIPTIONS INC. .. 257 Filo, John .........,..... 209 Finegold, Brian .. 72,74,99,210 FINK-JESKE CHEVROLET, INC. .. 257 Finkam, Mr. David .... 24,148 99 Geller, Ronald ...... 114,175 Geller, Wendy ..... ..... 2 10 Gheen, Debra .. 101,175 Gibbons, Hamillon .,.... 229 Gilberl, Claudia Gibson, Connie 12,229 111,210 Gilberl, Gene .... 94,114,175 Gilberl, Nancy 60,106,107, 116,175 Gillespie, Linda Gilman, Joanne .........-175 100,229 Finken, Darrell .. 28,30,IOI,228 Finley, Sandra ., 7,12,86,93,124, 173,174 Firlh, Monica . .....,, 47,173 Firlh, Waller .... ...... 2 28 Fisher, John .,..... . 210 Fisher, Nancy . . 30,60,90,96, 118,174 Gillon, Julia ........ 100,229 Girardol, Shirley .. 88,115,210 GAA .................... 115 Girlon, Lynn .. 78,96,97,118, 130,175 Glascock, Boyd .. 103,116,175 Glascock, Carol .... 229,233 Goelcheus, Belly .... 138,143 Goode, Jack ........... 175 Goodnough, L. Tim . 42,96,210 Gorham, Paul ........... 210 Gorrell, Nancy .... ..... 2 29 Gollschall, Chris .... 210 Gould, Cindy ...... .. 210 Gowdy, Mrs. Eileen ...... 141 Hufter, Charles .. 25,100,230 28 Humphrey, James ,. ..,. 212 Humphreys, Debby .. 23.99. ll5,2I2,80 Hungling, Carol ., ....... 179 Hungling, William ....,. JOSTEN'S ...,,,...., 287 JUNIORS .....,......,... 204 JUNIOR RED CROSS ...., 91 K Kaiser, Steve ..,.,....... 72 Kalat, Edward , 94,98,118,l8I HARRY KALB FURNITURE .......... 296 Kalbtleisch, David ..,. 53,230 Kalblleisch, Karen ..,. 27,l0I, 212,256 Kallas, Carol .... 87,179,181 Karns, La Donna .. 43,99,1 18, 181 Kastens, Kipp .,.. 113,114,181 KATIE'S KETTERING ... 246 Kausal, Marilyn .. 88,90,I04, KO ELECTRONICS .. ... 269 KOETHER'S GULF ...,.. 253 2 Kohl, Douglas Kohl, Thomas .. 53,72,l01,ll4 Koller, Dick ..... 223,231,238 Koller, William .. 24,28,42,1831 119 W. S. KOLLER .,.. ,,,,.. 2 95 Kolp, Alvin . .,.. 28,213 Konicki, Paul ,...., ..... 2 31 Konrad, Dorothy ...... 98,231 Kosholler, Susan .. 79,90,2 I3 Kovach, John ....,,.,.... 213 Kowaski, Mary Ann ,. 38,III, lI6,IIB,127,139,lB3,280 Kowaski, Robert ., 58,7l,231 Kraft, John .... .......... 2 I3 Kraft, Judy 30,43,231 Lewber, Judith .... 98,113,213 Liebscher, William ,... 24,28 Lindquist, Mary Jo ,... , 213 Lindsey, Tim .. ,.,.. 94,213 Linebaugh, Rebecca .. 80,86, 225,232 Linklater, Bill .........,.. 213 Linton, Barbara .. 102,112,184 Lira, Thomas .,,,.,...... 213 Liston, Kenneth .. 24,28,l01,105, 232 Liszak, J. Michael ...... 232 Litsey, Larry .,.,.,... 93,213 Little, Linda ..........,. 232 Little, Pam .. 7,2I,60,98,120 184,242 Livingston, Robert ........ 232 179 Hunsaker, Bill ....,. 105,230 Hunsaker, Marilyn ,,.. .. 180 Hurt, David .....,. 230 Hutchinson, Diana ..,,.... 212 Hutchinson, John .... 113,212 Hutchinson, Marty .. 77,8398 115,212 I lams, Barbara ,..,...,.. 180 lller, Roy .......,...... 180 INTER CLUB COUNCIL . 97 lrnig, Barbara ....., 101,230 IMPERIAL CROWN RESTAURANT ...., ., 268 IMPERIAL HOUSE MOTELS, INC. .. ..,,. . 266 Ingersoll, Joann ..,. 212,251 THE INN .......,......,. 250 Ireland, John ..... 24,28,l80 JACK E. IRVIN AND ASSOCIATES REALTORS 273 Irvin, Laurel .. 27,98,1I2,116, V I27,14l,212,273 Kausal, Susan .. Keckler, Dave 181 88,90,l04,18I 181 Keister, Doug .. 38,72,73,I81 Keller, Patricia ......,.,. 230 Kemmer, Linda ,. 27,43,87,l8l Kempter, Janet . 25,28,lO0, 144,230 Kepler, David ,.,. ., 30,182 Kernan, Edward ......... 230 Kernan, Jeffrey ...... 53,182 Kershner, Glen .. 27,34,36,49, S3,94,Il4,l82 Kesling, Janet ........... 212 KETTERING BRANCH YMCA ..............., 254 KETTERING CAR WASH , 251 Krapt, Judy 183,213 Krapt, Linda .. .... ,... 2 31 Kreitzer, Ken ...... 71 ,94,213 Kreutzer, Steve .......... 231 136,154 Kritzer, Mr. Robert .. Krull, Brenda .......... 87,183 Krull, Stephen ....,...... 231 Krynzel, Robert .... 53,63,213 JAMES L. KUHLMAN, O,D. .. ............ .... 2 95 Kuldau, Mr. Joseph ...., 142 Kyte, Dennis ...... 27,111,183 L L. AND B. HARDWARE ,, 297 Lache John . ....,... 231 I Locke, Barbara .. 86,113,213 Locke, Tom ,,.......,.,. 232 Loftus, John ............ 232 LOGAN HIGHLIGHT STUDIOS ....,....... . 280 Logan, John ...... 27,58,214 Logan, Kenneth ...... 232,236 Logsdon, Mike ...,... 69,232 ORVILLE IMIKEI LOGSDON .....,.. 53,262 Logwood, Amsden ,. 99,214, 232 ARNOLD LOHMANN 281 Lohrnann, Arnold .. 184,273,281 Longo, Nancy .,..... 98,232 Longo, Samuel .....,..,. 214 Loop, Connie .. 80,101,II2, 184 Irwin, Charles .......... 212 J Jackson, Barry .,. .. 94,230 Jackson, Flora .......... 180 Jackson, Joyce .......... 230 Jackson, Kent .......... 180 DRS. JACOBS, WELLS, 81 ALBRECHT ..,...... 295 Jacobs, Mike .........., 212 Jacobs, Richard .. l7,66,68, 94,180 James, Carol .. 25,28,30,47,99, 103,104,106,107,110,112,116,212 James, Michael .. 25,28,94,212 146 James, Mr, Robert Jamison, Kenneth ........ 180 113 JCOWA ...,...,.... ..,. JEM IMA RUSSELL, STATIONER ....... ... 278 180 Jenkin, Crispin ....,,... J 8: L RADIO 81 T.V. SERVICE .......,. ... 277 Johnson, Anthony .. 230 Johnson, Banonzel . .,,.. 212 Johnson, Dorcas ........ 181 Johnson, Gary .......... 181 Johnson, Hubert ,. 42,181,212 Johnson, James A. .. 114,212 Johnson, Kathryn .. 90,91,94, 98,113,212,230 Johnson, Milton ........ 181 Johnson, Roger .....,..., 181 Johnson, Stephen A. .. 99,212 Johnson, Stephen C. .. 99,230 Johnson, Susan .......... 212 DR. W.E. JOHNSTON, D.D.S. ....,.......... 295 Jolly, Mark ..... 25,28,30,2I2 Jones, Jaci .,.. 30,83,I26,18I, 201,258,264 Jones, J. Carol .......... 181 Jones, James ..... 72,230 Jones, Jerry .... .... 2 30 Jones, Jones, Kay ..... .... Sally ............ 212 212 Jordan, Bradley ...... 94,212 JORDA Jordan, N, CHARLES A., 295 D.D.S. ................ . Janet .... 101,112 181 THE KETTERING FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, LOCAL 1509 .................. 297 KETTERING-OAKWOOD TIMES .................. 262 Kettleson, Kevin ........ 212 Ketzel, Larry .... . 182 Kevern, Robert ...... 194,230 Kidd, Markita ........... , 212 KIDDIE KASTLE .......... 297 Kietaber, John .... 94,98,230 Kietaber, Robert .. 2l,94,98, 182 Killinger, Joe ..........,. 212 Kimbrell, Wayne .. 94,114,182 Kincaid, Mona ........ 77,182 DRS. KING, MAYERSON 81 STUMP ............. 295 King, Janet .. 4,7,2I,60,127, - I74,I82,246,2B0 King, Nancy ...... 98,230,234 K1ngston, Kathy .. 88,182,196 Kinkade, Lloyd .......... 212 Kinne, Anne ...... 30,182,264 KIRCHER, HELTON, 8: COLLETT, INC. ..... 261 Kirk, Judith ..,...... 230,233 Kirk, Patricia .. 97,98,II3,l23, 182,193,242 Kirk, Timothy ............ 212 Kiser, Steve ,,.. .,....... 2 30 Kisling, Kay .... 42,90,I13,2l2 Klssell, Mark .. 27,34,35,94, 212,215,274 Klank, Richard .......... 231 Klatt, Sandra .... 43,182,199 Kline, Chris ............ 93,212 Kniesley, Mr. Frederick .. 139 Knight, Holly .. 101,12I,I51, , , 183,283 Knipp, R1chard .... 53,7I,23I Knipp, Barbara .. 7,2l,22,27, 34,9B,ll7,I26,I74,l83,260,274 Knox, Carol ...........,.. 231 Kochli. John ...... 94,919,231 Attentive Rhythmettes wait excited 306 y, Lagernan, Fred 63, Lahanas, James ..,. ..... I 83 Lambright, Bruce ........ 231 Lambright, Craig ....,,., 183 Lamme, William .. 34,36,48, 94,98,lO2,ll2,1l3,116,118, l30.I32,l83,201,242 Landrum, Greg .......... 213 Landrum, Pat 183 Lane, Brenda .... 184 Lantis, Charles 184 Large, Linda .fi .iffff 213 Laspe, Douglas ....., 94,213 LATIN CLUB ............ 100 109,213 Laughter, David ...... Law, Barbara .. 4,l25,I71,l84, 276,291 Lawson, Teresa ....,.,, 92,231 Leach, William .......,.. 184 Leadership ...,.....,,.... B4 J. F. LEARY, M.D., 81 S. A. LANEVE, M.D. Leatherley, Sam ......,... 213 Leatherman, Linda .... 28,231 Ledford, Pam ,........... 213 Ledford, Mr. Jamie . .... 161 Lee, Cheryl ...... Leeson, Marlorie .... 89,124,213 87,231 Leeson, Rebecca ........ 213 Lett, Thomas .. 98, 112,104,231 Leggett, Dave .......... 213 Legler, Ken .,..... 94,184 LEIBOLD'S TEM TEE SMORGASBORD .. .. 297 Leiter, Victor ..... 213 LEMONDE ART GALLERY .............. 247 Lennon, Barbara .. 80, 98, 213 Lennon, Bradley ..... 53,213 Lennon, Linda .. 4,7,20,2l,96, 98,175,184 Lennon, Tom ........... 4. 184 Lennon, William .... 232,238 LEONARD ADVERTISING INC, .................. 264 Leonard, Doug .. 25,105,l06, 107, 130, 184,228 ly tor the last play before halt-time. 'Q 9.9.90 9.9 9.Q6Q6C598Q89'9?'Q'Q'5'.'5'f2 O 0,9 9 O 999000 5-Q 9Q Q QQOQQQOQQOQQQQQ4 9'N+5w2:':fwf:+:e:s:s:+:'z+:+'9 ,428 ooo QQ , ,gooey Qoovooooooooozm r'-f ?'f'oZvf9"'4"?o'o'o"o'o"o' R W kr hi 90 P04 O iss Cffsiogf Wsg.s3.s?9'g!za.g 28 99 ji T if 't',9 if 9 Drift rf' f'f2"fi'f ' W? it-4' . rdff M is "bfi 'I 204 5 11- Q 049 oo IBIS an 9 084148 My 1 5? v . I I ,"'If,ii it 1 "li 5 P94 -1'-'if-W .1 is , . 'Y 'Ili Loose, Gregory .. 30,58,99,l04, 105,106,107,214 F. W. LOTZ PAPER 81 FIXTURE CO. , ....... 291 Lovelace, David Lovelace, Sharon .. DR. CHARLES G. 214232 179,116,184 LOVINGOOD ,....., .. 295 Lovingood, Mary .. Lowder, John ..... LOWE BROTHERS . Lower, Mr. Joe Lucaws, Mr. John ,. ,. 134,135 Luckman, Deborah .... Ludwig, Derrill .... Luken, Gregory Lunderrnan, Malcolm Lutes, David ...... Lybarger, David .... Lydic, Gary ....... JAMES T, LYNN 89,214,232 53,214 256 159 101,232 232 214 ,... 214 53,69,232 214 94,214 297 Lynn, James .. I,42,53,6I,114, ll8,184,l91,248 Lynn, Nancy . .... 98,232,236 Lyons, Mildred ........,. 184 Lysell, Lynda ..,. 43,184 M MacCagno, Kristine .... 26,76, 90,98,I12,232 MacCagno, Marcia .. 22,35,9O, 214 MacBain, John .. 30,99,105,ll6, 214 Machael, Bob .....,....,. 214 Machle, Chris .... 26,87,113,2I4 Mack, Lawrence .... Macy, Richard ..... 184 232 Maddux, Janice ........ 184 Maddux, Richard ,. 232 Madliger, Thomas .. 42,52,53, 54,55,56,61,96,97,I14,185 Madole, Scott ,........ . 185 Maeder, Sue .. 22,23,125,164, Mahtouz, Barbara .. MAIN AUTO PARTS E GLASS CO. .. 185,250,280 98,113,214 259 Maiesty, Brian ........ 58,214 Maleske, Mike ...... 102,185 Malmstrorn, Delayne 42 Malone, Mike ....,...,. 214 Malone, Richard ..... 53,185 Maloon, Daniel ,... 53,114,185 Maltby, David .. 1,53,61,1I4, 185,251 Maltby, Stephen 53,72,96, 232,236 Manzo, Mario ,... .. 103,185 Marcum, Gaye .... 87,214 Marcum, Robert .....,... 214 Marien, Ingrid 98,100,232 Marino Dennis ,......... 232 Marino, William .,...... MARION'S PIAZZA MARK OF BEAUTY 251 Markell, Judith .. 6O,8O,81,96, 232 Marlin, Frank .. .. Marsh Ro er 185 282 98, , ..... 186 232 , g .........,. Marshall, Jean .. 77,86,98,214 Marshall, Linda .... 25,28,2I4 P. E. MARSHALL, D.D.S. . 295 Martin, Brenda ......... 214 Martin, Bruce ........... 232 Martin, Gary .. ,, 186 Martin, Steven .. .. 232 Mason, Dena ..........., 28 Mason, Sharon ........... 232 MASTERCRAFT TOOL 81 DIE ................. 289 MATH CLUB ............ 102 Mathes, Peggy ........ 232 Mauch, Katherine 1.1.1 Maurice, Mark . . ,II3, 214 232 Maxwell, Debra .... 23,B0,232 Mayes, Teresa 89,186 McAdow, Bryan .... 26,35,l86 MCAFEE PONTIAC, INC. ..........,....... 297 McAllister, Nancy .. 25,2B,90, 92,913,232 McCabe, Nancy .. 43,87,90,112, 131,186 McCatler1y, Steve .. 4,8,l86, 276 McCandIess, Edith ....,.. 214 McCarthy, James 100,232 McCarthy, Michael McClelland, David 214 214 McClure, Sandra ....,... 186 McC1uskey-, K, Ann .. 26,214 McCormick, Curtis .. 186,272 McCreight, Dennis ...... 186 McEvoy, Pat .,..... 232 McGirr, Mike .... , 232 McGraw, Richard ........ 232 McKee, James .. 42,186,254, 269 McKee, Richard ...... 81,232 McKillip, ramaiiiy 214 McKnight, Howard .... 72,232 MCLEANS .......... 287 McMahon, Kerry .......... 214 McMillan, Deborah .. 140,232 McMillan, Mrs. Ethelyn .. 92, 113,147 McNutt, Jane ...... 90,98,232 McRoberts, Steve 232 McSherry, Patty ,... 26,47,I86 McVey, Jett .......,...... 214 McWhirt, James .. 104,113,214 Meade, Dana ...... 26,87,2I4 Meade, Nanetta .... 26,87,214 Meadows, Beverly .... 92,232 Meadows, Beverly .... 92,232 MECKSTROTH REGER 297 Medlord, Katherine .. 118,186, 272 Medley, William 25,28,98, 105,233 Mehl, Jack .... .. 53,57,63, 233 Mehlick, Robert .......... 214 Melin, Linda .. 24,28,30,98,175, 187 Melson, Betty ............ 93 DON MENDENHALL .,.. 297 Merrell, Mary .. 90,96,232,225 Merrifield, Judy .... 4,60,I87 Merriman, Nancy .... 43,187 METROPOLITAN ....,.,, 271 METROPOLITAN CLEANERS . .,.. ..... 2 97 Meuche, Heather ...... 42,214 Meuche, Robert .,,,.. Meuser, Mark ,.,....,, 96,214 30,214 Meyer, Alan ..,... 99,113,214 233 Meyer, Ann ............,. MEYER 81 BOEHMER 288 Meyer, Charlene ,....... 187 Meyer, Linda .. 26,88,l58,187 Meyer, Mike .....,,,.... 233 MEYERS MEAT MARKET . 286 Milby, Mrs. Dorothy .. 113,147 Michaels, Gail ........ 26,233 Mick, Michael .......... 214 Mllkereit, Sherri ., 100,113,214 Miller, Cynthia ....... 92,233 Miller, David .... 53,187,292 Miller, Gary .... ,....... 2 I4 Miller, Harry ........ 94,187 Miller, James JIM MILLERS Miller .. 53,7l,233,263, 292 292 Judith . . 82,90,98,233 Miller, Michael ........ 53,233 Miller, Nancy .......... 187 Miller, Richard .. 53,5B,7l, 233 Miller, Steve .. 90,IOI,Il6,I31, 214 Miller William .......... 233 Milloriig, Carol .,.... Milton, Anders .. 22,187 1,94,96,98, II2,II6,187,201,242 Minge, Richard . .. 187 M1NNICK'S LOUNGE 297 Miracle, Herbert ........ 215 CHARLES MIX REALTOR ....... Moeller, Patricia .. ,. . . . ., 297 26,83,98, 113,187 MOLERS DAIRY ......,.. 250 Money, Roy . ..... ........ 2 15 Monnett, Claudia . . Monschke, Douglas 25,28,233 . . . 32,72, I06,107,I13,l17,118,130,I88 Moody, Charles ...... 99,188 Mooney, Brenda .......,, 215 Moore, Charles 215 Moore, Mr. David ...... 93,142 Moore, Janet .......... 43, 188 Moore, Moore, Sharon .. Ronald .... 26,476,233 7,21 ,80, 120, 188 Moore, Steve .,.. , ....... 233 Moore, Sue ......... 188 MORAINE BARBER SHOP ........... . 274 Morgan, Gritf ........ 98,233 Morningstar, Gloria .. I,10,97, 98,1II,112,113,Il8,119,124, 166,188, 244,251,280 Morris, Bonnie ........ 26,233 Morris, Linda ...... 26,98,233 233 Morris, Nancy .. Morris, Ova .... .. 26,188 . 215 Morris, Pamela ........ 26,188 MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOME Morrow, Mr. Tony . 263 287 Mosher, Edward .... 188 K. C. MOSIER COMPANY .......,..... 293 Mosier, Richard . 189,293 Moss, Daniel .... ,....... 2 15 Moss, David ....... .. 72,233 Moff, Miss Penelope .. 76,77. 155 Mouse, Gary .,..,... 94,215 Mouse, Terri ..,.. 60,189,261 Mullen, Jim 1,130,189 Mullen, Susan .... 98,233 Mullen, William .... . 233 Mullins, Dennis .. 215 Munfon, Jill .. .. 121 Murari, Eugene 215 Murphy, Kafhleen .....,.. 233 MURPHY'S PASTRY KITCHEN ......,,.. 297 Murray, John ......... 53,233 Murray, Les ,.,,... 53,114,189 Murfaugh, Mike .. 113,116,189 Music, Nancy .. 25,2B,30,142, MUTUAL-OF OMAHA .. 143,215 242 Myers, B111 .,.........,... IOO Myers, Jerome ..,.., Myers, Thomas ,,.... MYRON CORNISH COMPANY .....,.. N 189 .. 233 .. 246 Nakashima, Linda ...... 88,233 Nakashirna, Stephen 189 Nash, Michael .. 27,34,35,ll3, 215 Naso, Toni .........,,, 26,233 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ......,.... NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ...,...... 116 118 Nassif, Nancy ........ 92,233 Neal, Mr. Charles .. Neer, Mr. Fred .... 139 53 Neff, Leslie .. Il6,l23,2I5,272 Nelson, Deborah ... Nelson, Sfephen 124 28 30 33,94,104,106, I07,1 II3, 1's7,'1e9 Nelson, Terri ....... Nelson, William .. 233 4,27,33,34, 35,37,1 12,1 13,114,116,117,189 Neville Tom .... .,........ 2 33 Nicely, Rebecca .. 24,26,28,90, 98,233 Nicely, Raymonde .. 24,27,28. 30,34,90,98,189 Nickell, Paul .......... 72,233 Niehus, Carl Fred .. Nies, Sandra K. 94,189,277 87 Ninoffi, Anfhony .... 215,286 Noble, Frederick . ..... 53,233 Nolan, Barbara L. .. 92,233, 256 Nolan, Befh Emery .. 23,26,32, 24,37,48,88, 101 ,I 17,1 18,1 19, 127,I89,193,256,280,293 Nolan, Mrs. Jane . 127,l59, 280 Nolan, Vicki Lynn .. 23,26,215 Nolfe, Nancy Ann Nordquesf, Susan ... Norman, Sfeve D. Norris, Michael R. . 26,79,90, 98,233 .. 215,254 ...... 189 . 30,76,98, 234 Norris, Michele L. .... 26,215 Norfon, Mrs, Elizabefh .. 149 Nunn, Kennefh G. 93,189 THE NUT TREE .... O OAK CPEEK 286 DEVELOPMENT ..,..,.. 266 West fans ioin caravan as sfudenis prepare to leave for Chaminade game. Parks, Roger Davis RIAL T. PARRISH Parroff, Judy E. Parsons, James D. Pafon, Pafricia Pafrick, Peggy Sue PATTERSON .. 71,114, 190 280 215 94,215 190 234 RESTAURANT ......... 297 Payne, Mary Agnes .. 43,l79, 190 Pean, Douglas Lee Pease, Steve R. 215 63,66,67, 163,190,305 Peed, Sandra Lee .... 150,190 Penny, Bonnie E. .. 6O,86,96, 99,l13,l15,116,143,2l5,277 PEP CLUB .............. 275 Percifielol, Karen .. 86,88,113, 216 Percifield, Kim ..,.... 43,190 Perfecf, Mr. Leroy ...... 157 PROVINCETOWN CORPORATION . ...... 282 Pryor Lee ....... 26,234 Puckeff, Nina . ....... 234 Puls, Penny ........ 26,93,216 Purdy, Cinda ............ 234 Puferbaugh, Ken 216 Pyper, Nancy .... .. 192 Quasf, Mike ............ I92 QUEEN CITY DRYWALL AND BUILDING SUPPLY .............. 291 Ouick, Barbara .. 22,lOl,lI2, 1I3,I22,2l6,254 Quigley, Celia ......... 192 QUILL AND SCROLL .,.. 119 Ouillen, Jim ............ 216 QUINIUS GRAPHIC AIDS ............ .. .,., 250 Rix, e511 .......... 26,235 Rosen, Timafhy .. 47,11s,117, 121,217 Robbins, Shaela .... 89,92,194 Robbins, Sharon ... 26,86,93. 100,235 Roberls, Bruce .....,.. 94,517 ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME ..........., 264,285 Roberfs, Sylvia Robinson, Mrs. .,..... 89,138 Robinson, Mr. James .... 137 RODERER SHOES THE RODGERS PONTIAC CO. 256 254 Rodgers, Ralph ...... 194,254 Roepken, Sandy .......... 194 Rogero, Pamela .. 26,78,97,101, 112,194 Rogero, Pal' .... 101,113,217 Rogers, Nancy ...... Rohrer, Linda .. 100,235 .. 217 Roller, Paula ,... 98,235 Perkins, Andrea L. 26,190 Pernaveau, Melesa .. 98,lO6, IO7,116,234,236 , Donna E. ........ 190 Perry, Mr. Donald .. 72,80,l54 Eugene D. ....... 190 Perry Perry, Perry, Melissa .... 98,Il2,ll3, 216 Pesfer, Sue ........ 88,239,190 THE PET AND GARDEN SHOP ....... 297 Pefers, John ..... ..... 9 8,191 OTEY F. PETERS .... .... 2 95 NICHOLAS A, PETH, REALTOR ............. 297 Pefry, Linda .. 43,9O,ll2,1l3, 191 Pefry, Ralph ............. 93 Peffy, Paula Ann .... 22,98, 216,248 R. K. PFAUHL DETECTIVE BUREAU, INC. ........ 255 Pflum, Pamela PHIL 81 JERRY'S FOODARAMA Phillips, David ........ 234,263 80,234 254 Phillips, Earl .... . 191 Phillips, Jack .. ..... 191 Phillips, Ronnie ...... 114,216 PHOTOLEO 247 Pierce, Ralph .. 100,102,IO3,2I6 Pigg, Pafsy . ............ 216 Plfner, Susan .... 216 PK Home SHOPPING CENTER ...,........... 297 Place, Maifland .. 53,114,191 R RADIO-ELECTRONICS .. 108 Rahn, Howard ...... 159,216 Ralsfon, Bob ... Ramey, Mr. Charles 192 137 Ramsey, Sfan ..63,65,66,l92,305 Rankin, Jeff ........ 235 Rawers Cnlhia . 98,113,216 1 Y 4 Rayburg, Marylou . 235 Rayburn, David .. 94,130,171, 192 RAY'S FAR HILLS FLORIST .............. 242 Reagan, Randy .. 25,28,30,I92 Reagan, Thomas 235 Real, June ............ 26,235 Reasor, Connie ........ 25,216 Redmon, lan .......... 58,216 Reed, Mr. Joseph .... 135,151 Reed, Karen .. 46,97,ll5,I63, 192 Reed, Sandra ...... 26,37,2l6 Reeder, Suzanne ..., 235 Reese Linda ..... 89,192 Reese, Richard . 216 Rehling, John ........ 105,235 Reigelsperger, Dan ...... 235 Reigelsperger, Gary I92 Reigelsperger, Tom .. 98,235 Reinerf, Roberf Reinicke, Dan .. Reinicke, Sue Reifz, Vicki ...... Reffich, James . Rheuble, Barbara 53,I13,172, I92 .. 192,283 I92 26,100,235 I92 28,43,9O, 118,192 Ronk, Sylvia ............ 235 Roof, Chris .. 23,27,113,207, 217,256 Rooney, Miss Margaret .. 110, 145 Rose, Noble ............ 235 Rosengarfen, Curf ....... 235 Ross, Ann .. 22,Il3,217,248,26I Ross, Cheryl Ann ...,.... 217 Ross, Cheryll Sue Ross, Linda Ross, Regan Ross, Terry .......... ROTHAAR INSURANCE AGENCY .............. 297 Rofhaar, Ton ........ 94,114,194 Rofferman, Jane ..,.... . 194 Rofferman, William ...... 217 Roush, Mr. Chesfer .. 45,1351 I 4 217 235 157,194 Roush, John .. 53,72,223 235 Rowland, James .. 72,1 14,195, 291 Royer, Janef .......... 83,217 Royer, Linda .. 22,76,217,278 Roysfon, Mildred .... .,.. 8 9 Rozelle, Cheryl RUBY'S BEAUTY 88,217 SALON . ........ .... 2 97 Rudy, Diana ...... . 217 Ruff, Leslee .....,,...... I95 Runyan, JoAnn Runyan, Philip Rupel, Bob ,... ...... 195,260 92 .. 25,28,99,217 Rush, James ..........., 217 Russell, Richard ...... 195,278 235 Schaeffer, Rebecca Schaeffer, Thea .......... 195 Schaeublin, Doug .... 53,195 DR. LOWELL SCHAEUBLIN, JR. .... 295 Schaffer, Carol .. 9O,98,lI2, 235 ROBERT C. SCHAM EL D.D .S. , .... 295 Schardf, Kafhy .... 23,217,255 SCHELL'S BODY SHOP ........... .... 2 97 Schember, Daniel ........ 217 Schierling, George .. 104, 113, I95 Schierling, Janelle .. 90,98,ll2. 235 SCHlFF'S SHOES ........ 277 Schlachfer, James 235 SCHLIENTZ 8: MOORE .. ............. 267 Schmalenberger, Jan .. 26,101, 113,153,195 Schmidf, Kafhryn .. 25,79,235. 28 Schmidf, Sfeven .. Il6,2I7,30 Schnarre, Mr. Roberf .. 102, 104,137,151 Schneider, Nancy 195,264 Schoen, William 217 Schonsheck, Jon .. 116,117,217 SCHOTT PLUMBLING INC. .. .... 263 Schuerholz, Jeff .. 1l,33,42,2l7 Schuerholz, Jan Schuessler, Mark Schuler, Tedd .. 91,1 16,117, 191 , 195,267,280 195 196 218 Schwab, Dan ..... Schwab, Darrel ..... .. Schweifzer, Barbara Schweifzer, David Schweifzer, Susan Schwob, Charles . 235 86,217 217 .. 235 . 217 SCIENCE CLUB 103 Scimone, Diana . Scr0QQY. John .. 93,236 217 236 Seeberger, Mr. Gene .. lO,27, Sea, Au sfin ..... 148 Seiberf, Craig ...... 100,236 Seiloerf, Debby .. 22,80,98,236, Plaff, Alberf ............. 191 OAKWOOD SALON OF BEAUTY .......... 297 Oafes, Crysfal L. .. 27,78,189 O'Donnel1, Thomas ...... 215 Oefers, John Allen ...... 189 O'Hara, Myron ... 99,103,189 OHIO BELL TELEPHONE CO. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OHIO SEALER 81 CHEMICAL CORP. Olszewski, Carmen .. 25,28,98, 234 ORCHESTRA ..... 30,31 Orf, Sandra ...... ..... I 89 Ordurke, Michael .... 113,215 Osborn, Carol J. . ..,.. 215 Offo, Rikki Ann 234 Owens, Chrisfine . ...... 234 Oxencline, Deborah ...... 234 P Palmer, Barbara A. 49,89, 190 Palmer, Eddie A. .. ..... 215 Pansing, Susan Lee .. 90,9B, 234 Pardue, William J. ...... 234 Parker, Anne E. .. 26,42,l13, 186,190 PARKMOOR DRIVE-IN 293 Plaff, Gilberf .... . 191 Plaff, Sarah ..... 234 POEPPELMEIER DECORATING CENTER ............... 244 Pohle, Michael .......... 191 POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB .. ..... ........... 1 04 Popovich, Barbara .. 78,79,234 Porfer, Charles Porfer, Nancy Porfune, Roberl' ...... Posfon, Roger ..... Poffer, Mr. Ray 98,216 43,191 130,191 . 216 157 Poulos, Gary .......... 90,216 Powders, James POWELLS GARAGE Powell, Melanie ...... 89,191 Powell, Mr. William .... 159 Prafher, Paul . ....... 69,234 Presley, Paul ...... Price, John .. Price, Mary ....... . 191 216 98,234 Price, Phyllis .. 91,I18,l88,192, 252 Probsf, Roberfa ...... 120,192 PRODUCTION CONTROL UNITS, INC. .......... 255 Professional Pafrons ...... 294 Profiff, JoAnne .. 87,l79,I92, 247 Rhofon, Ralph ........... 235 RHYTHM ETTE CORPS .... 22, Rufh, Dave .. 63,64,67,68,97, 23,290 Ribas, Dennis ........ 129,193 Rice, Rebecca 235 Rice, Ronnie 216 Rich, Ray ....... 25,235 Richards, Cincla Richards, Ronnie Richardson, Barry Richardson, Marsha Richie, Jerri Rickard, Marcia Ridd, Nancy ...... Ridenour, Brad Rieger, Lowell . Riel, Bruce ........ Riel James .... 80 235 235 .. 26,235 235 42,l11,113, 130,193 78,98,193 96,l06,I86, 193,271 235 .. 100,235 , ......... 193 Riggs, Earl .. 53,57,I72,l93, 248 Rike, Norman ......., 71,235 Riner, Beverly .. 16,23,88,101, 125, 185, 193,273,280 Rish, Walfer ......... 28,216 Risko, William .......... 193 Risley, Mr. Lee .... 90,99,105, 135,145 RITCHIE, INC. .......... 297 Rifchie, Karen .. I2,24,28,32, 1I8,124,13O,l74, 193,267,280 Rifchie, Larry ........ 26,235 102,195 RUTH'5 INC. ............ 252 Ryder, Janis ..... 42,195 S Sabee, John ........ 98,235 Sabee, Krisfine ...... 98,217 Sachleben, Dave .. 72,ll3,l64, I95 SACSTEDERS REST'S INC. 297 Saeflel, William ...... 101,217 Sakornbuf, Donald .... 217 SAN RAE BAKERY, INC. 297 SAN RAE BEAUTY SALON ...,............ 297 Sandlin, Barbara Sarfin, John .. 217 25,28,217 Sauer, Daniel 195 Sauer, Kafhleen ...... 30,195 Sauer, Michael ...... 27,235 Saul, Holly .. 90,104,127,188, Saunders, Sue .. 195,270,280 22,86, 100,235 Savage, Mrs. Beffy .... 87,158 Savage, Greg ...... 94, 217 Scaife, Paf .... 24,28,98,217 Scarborough, D. .......... 235 Schaefer, Terry ........., 217 Schaeffer, Daniel 235 282 Seidel, Frances ....... 30,236 Seiler, Harold ...... 196,212 SEITZ HARDWARE ...... 281 SENIORS ................ 162 Senseman, Barbara .. 236,289 Senseman, Beverly . 87,98,l80. 196,289 Seffles, Jane ...... .. 98,236 Sexfon Janice .... ..... 2 I7 Sexfon Jennifer .. .. 88,217 Sexfon Sfeve ..... ..... 2 17 Seyler, Michelle .. .. 98,196 Shadions, Robin .... 217 Shaeffer, Barbara ...... 26,236 Shaeffer, Danny .. 53 Shafer, Sally . .... .. 89,196 Shahan, Sheila ..... 236 SHAKEY'S PIZZA PARLOR ............... 266 26,217 Shaneck, Karen ...... Shanklin, Sally .. 80,8l,90,196, 264 SHANNON BUICK ...... 299 Shannon, David .. 113,I90,196, 289 Sharp, Nancy .. .... 98,236 Sharp, Sonia .... ....... 2 17 71,94, Sha rriff, James .... 236 Shafzer, James .... 28,71,196 Shae, Beverly .....,...... 236 Shaw, Kennefh .......... 236 Shedden, Cheryl 217 Shelander, Guy 217 Shepherd, Dennis . .. 236 Sherer, Douglas ...... 71,236 Sherman, Douglas .... 53,236 SHERWIN, WILLIAMS PAINT ................ 273 Sherwood, Lorraine ...... 236 Uselman, Robert .. Shierling, George ,..,.... 42 Shitlet, David ......,,.. ,. 218 Shinn, Alan .... 25,28,72,218 Shoemacher, Mark .. 1,53,56, 61,7l,lI4,l25,I67,l96,253, 280,291 Shook, Cheryl ............ 197 Shook, Theodore ,,....,.. 218 Shorsmann, Wollgang ,,,4 103 Short, Alice .......,.. Spivey, Sharron 218 SPORTS .........., .... 5 0 Springer, David 218 S. 8: R. TOOL CORPORATION .. ... 297 St. Clair, Charles .. .... 198 St. Felix, Gail 237 Stahl, Paul . ..,.......... 237 Stahr, Sue ...,......... 82,237 Stamas, Connie . 26,218 87,236 .. 218 Short, Mary ......,.,, 53,236 Shoup, Greg ... Showecker, Carl Shultheis, David Siddall, Debra ... 53,236 53 197 ' 102103. 116,218 76,236 Sikes, Cynthia ........ 23,218 Silas, Patricia ..., 98,236,263 Silvey, Belinda . Simons, Judy ........ Sims, Mr. James 87,218 139 SINGER'S our xENi1bL"."i Wilson 279 Singleton, B111 ...,....,.. 197 Singleton, James 197 Singleton, Vicki .,.. 80,113,218 Sinkhorn, Mark .. 113,218,205 Sizelove, Tonya .. 14,43,60,2l8 STARMOLD AND TOOL COMPANY, INC. ..... 293 STARR PHARMACY ...... 297 Stathes, Chris ........,,. 198 Stautzenbach, Judy .. 7,2l,78, 115,198 Steele, John ,,.. .. 94,103,198 Steeley, William .,.,. 103,237 Stettens, Evanthia ,,.. 112,237 Steinhagen, William .,.. 198 THE C. N. STEMPER CO. 278 Stemper, Robert ...... 69,237 Stephens, Jane Stephenson, James Stepp, Kenneth . Stertzbach, T. Jan Steuer, Richard .... .....30,237 237 42,218 237 237 72,92,I82, 198 218 .. 28,218 198 100 237 98,105,237 218 219 26,218 101,112,113 115,116,218 198 .. 58,218 Katherine . ,,,.. 237 Robert ..,...... 237 Steuert, Douglas Steuert, James .. Stevens, David .... Stevens, Jan Stevens, Jane Stewart, Benson . Stewart, Daniel . Stewart, Dennis ..., Stewart, James .,.. Stewart, Jane ..... Stewart, Judy ,. Stewart, Paul Stickel, David ,,., Stidham, Stidham, Stimmel Sandra .... 27,98,237 Thompson Smith, Cathy ...... 86,98,236 Smith, Darlene .....,,... 218 Smith, Mr. David ......,, 143 Smith, Don .. 97,99,lI0,ll2,197 Smith, Guinivere .....,.. 236 Smith, Mr. Gene ....... . 143 Smith, Janice ,.,... ..... l 97 Smith, Linda ........ 88,218 Smith, Margaret ...... 80,197 Smith, Pamela ...,. 30,237 Smith, Paul .. 25,28,237 Smith, Rae .... .. 26,49, 197 Smith, Richard .. ...... 197 Smith, Robert ............ 218 Smith, Sandra . . 90,141,197 Smith, Steven .. 26,94, 182,194 Smith, Susan ...,. 90,218 Smitley, George .....,.. 21B Snyder,' Cathy .... 78,113,218 Snyder, Greg ..... 58,63,197 Snyder, Linda .. 26,98,100,ll3, . 115,11s,131,210 Snyder, Michael ........ 197 Snyder, Rita ..,....... 89,197 Sollenberger, Carol 98,237 Sophomores ............,. 222 Sorah, Barbara . .. . . 237 Sorenson, Evelyn ......... 138 Souder, Tonya Lynn ...... 236 SOUTH DAYTON HOME FURNISHINGS . Spahr, Dan ..... 273 4,175,I97,71 Spahr, James ,... 42,120,197 SPANISH CLUB ...,.,.... 101 Sparks, Jon .......,,, 27,237 Sparks, Wanda ..,. 43,89,l97 Spencer, Ron ....,..,.,.. 218 Spivey, Charles . 198 Jaci Jones and Gerry Van possession of the 11 tor W Stiver Stoerk Mark ........ er, Ronald 98,237 24,28, 100. 237 Stone, Kathleen .. 32,1l6,lI7, 119,.I20,186,198,283 Storie Connie .....,.,.. 218 Storie, Sherrie .......- . .. 198 Stork, Sue ....,.. 98,106,237 Stork, Thomas .. 32,97,103,l07, l1I,130,lB7,198 A. M STORRS, M.D. .... 295 Storrs Albert ........ 114,218 Storrs Ann ............. 199 Stout, Holli ,.,.....,. 60,218 Strader, Cheryl .. 101,II2,113, 218 STRAGAND'S FOODTOWN .... ... 274 Strasser, Donald .. ... 237 Strathearn, Mary . Strathearn, William r strive to regain .. 199 237 Strausbaugh, Carol .... 30,218 Strausloaugh, Karen 98,237 Stringer, Ann .. 92,99,I00,106, 237 Stringham, Steve ........ 28 Strobino, Susan .. 75,90,8O,218 Stuckey, Mr. John .. 8,63,l47 STUDENT COUNCIL ...... 96 STUDENT LIFE ......,,... 18 Stuckey, Mrs. Laura ..... 138 Sturtevant, Baryl ,,.,,... 218 Sullivan, Timothy ......,, 237 Sultzbach, Mr. Richard .. 137 Sumner, Larry .. ,,.....,. . 237 Swabb, Beverly ...,., 103,113 Swattord, Earlene .. 87,88,218, 266 Swaninger, Thomas .... 8,218 Swartzel, Carol ,... 79,98,237 PAUL E. SWARTZEL INSURANCE SERVICE, INC. ,. 289 Sweeney, Barbara .. 218 Sweeney, Brenda ......... 199 Sweeney, Rick 94,218 Sweet, Dale .... .... I 99 Sweet, Peggy .. 237 Sweezy, Leslie ... ... 237 Swick, Barbara . ..... 218 Swigert, John .,,..,,..... 199 SWING CLUB ......,... 109 Swygert, Carole 90,101,237 Szakal, Nicholas .. 94,101,218 T Tackett, Mr. Elby .. l1,103,l35, 153 Tanner, Kenneth ,. 26,34,35,36, 101,237 Tarzinski, Mr. George .. 94,142 Taulbee, Melinda 88,237 CALVIN S. TAWNEY MOVER, INC. Taylor, Cheryl .......... 219 Taylor Don , ..... . ..... 219 R. L. ULLMER AND SONS MEMORIAL CHAPEL ......... UNIVERSAL 279 REMODELING CENTER 225 Updyke, John ............ 200 Urban, Nancy .. 32,80,8l,1I3, 200 Urick, Miss Rachel .... 91,149 219 Whitetield, Debra Whittles, Cynthia 239 .. 43,s2,1o0, 239 Whyte, Patti ............ 202 Whyte, Plenni .... 98,239 wick, 13111 ...... "'iiA,122,22o Wick, Jim .. 58,103,114,II7118 ' 202 Wicklund, Wayne .... 94,220 Wiesmann, Jane .. 42,1l7,1I9, Utzinger, James .. 30,97,104, 108,118,200 V Valiguette, Karen .. 106,121,200 Valiguette, Susan ........ 219 , 123,202 Wiesmann, Robert Weist, Mrs. Bertha ..... 135 Wikel, C. L. ..........,. 297 Wilcox, Paul ............ 202 Wilkens, Nancy .. 30,32,79,90, 98,113,I16,202 WILL-GOE GOLF RANGE ............... 269 VAN BUREN APARTMENTS .......... 297 Van Over, Gerry .. 77,83,200 Van Over, Pamela 76,83,238 Vander ritt Debbi .... 26,238 87,219 9 1 Varro, Margie ..... VARSITY "F" CLUB ..... 114 Vernard, Robert ...... .. 200 Vendt, Patricia . ........, 219 Ventura, Tom ....,....... 200 Vick, Linda ,... .. 80,98,238 Vickers, James .......... 238 Viets, Peggy ..... .,..... 2 I9 Viets, Robert .. 1,46,47,63,64, 66,68,96,170,200,203,269 THE VILLAGE PEDDLER ., 274 VITO'S VENICE INN 272 Vogelsang, Miss Helen .. 87, 158 Vogler, Mr. Stephen .. l06,107, 143 Vollrath, Linda .......... 238 Von Dohre, Nancy 238,239 Von Grueningen, Mr. Fred ..... ...... 1 49 Vore, Jettrey ........ 29, 238 Vorraso, Darlene ........ 219 Vyszenske, Sherri .. 116,117,220 Taylor, Taylor, Doug Taylor, George .... Taylor, Ginger .......... 199 Taylor James ........,... 237 ' 98,106,107,237 Taylor: Kim .. Telcher, Carol .... Temple, Susan ... THALES, THEODORE, 0.0.5. ............... . rheiaauii, John .. 58,59,61, Theriault, Michael THESPIANS .,........... .. THOMA CONTACT LENS .................. Donna .. 25,43,I 13,199, Thomas, Barbara 26,ll2,ll5, 215,219 Thomas, Dale ............ 119 Thomas Mrs. Jean ...... 138 Thomas, John .......... 219 Thomas, Ruth' .. 43,93,ll2,200 Thomps Thompson: on, Connie .. 60,98,112, 200 Mr. Duane ..,, 53 W Waddle, Patty . Waddle, Patty ... Wade, Edward ..... Wade, Stephen .......... Wagner, Mr, Paul .. Wahrer, Pamela ......... Wainwright, Brad .. Walker, John .. 238 .. 238 220 200 97,130,136 220 26,94,113. 201 105,I20,153, 201 Walker, John ..... 42,238 WALKER MOTOR SALES .. ....... ........ 2 83 Walker, Sharon .. Walker, Thomas ... Wallace, William Walter, Sandy ..... Walters, Don .... 26,92,98,238 .. 100,220 238 220 201 Walters, Steve ........ 42,238 Walther, Robert ......... 220 Walther, Thomas ...... 99,220 waia,,Jane1 .. 2s,2a,80,3a,23a Warren, Miss Mary Belle . 90, Ga ry ........ 200 Willett, Connie .. .. 221 Williams, Brian .......... 239 Williams, C. Jane .. 1,14,26, 43,47,60,93, I26,202,203,256,280 Williams, Eddie ......... 221 Williams Fred .......... 239 wiiiiamsf Glenda .. 43,aa,221 Williams, Greg ...... 102,221 JOS. M. WILLIAMS 81 ASSOCIATES 270 Williams, Linda .. 99,102,I15, . 221 Williams, Robert .. 42,72, 100, 1l3,II8,130,202 Williams, Shirley ........ 239 Williams, Theodore . . . 25,28, 94,109,221 Williamson, Sandra ..... 221 Williamson Steve 1 ....... 239 Willig, Susan ...... 80,923,239 Wills, Mr. Wayne .... 108,157 WILMINGTON HEIGHTS MARKET 8: PHARMACY .......... 297 Wilson, Cindy .. . ..... 239 Wilson, Georgia .......,. 221 Wilson, Glenda .. 90,101,239 Kittie .... 98,221,256 Wilson, William ..,.. 114,203 WISE FOOLS' CLUB ..,. 107 Wise, Jan ...... 90,98,238,239 Wittebort, Richard ,. 24,28,30, 94,221 wziimari, Richard .. 33,102,104, I13,116,I17,118',l30,186,203 WOGAMAN, DR. M. A. 134,135 Woqdman, Sue .. 43,77,96,II5, 221 Wolt, James ...... . .. 203 221 Wollenhaupt, C. .... Wood, John ...... Wood, Mr. Ron . 221 . 154 Thompson, Pamela 109,237 Thornton, 'Sheryl 100,238 Thunn,, Sharon .. 27,86,87,200, 254 Thurman, Russell ........, 238 Tilson, David ............ 219 Tincher, Linda , ....... 179,200 TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME, INC. .......... 283 Tobin, Georgie .. 87,I1I,2I9, 101 Todd, William ...... 171,238 Todd, Linda ............ 238 TOMMY TUCKER FLORIST ......... 249 Toole, Linda .......,... .. 88 TOPS 'N BOTTOMS ..... 267 Torley, Jane ........ 78,113,219 TOWN 8: COUNTRY FLORIST ........... 268 TOWN 8: COUNTRY JEWELERS ............ 276 Travis, Linda .... 26,43,87,200 TREASURE CHEST TOY SHOP . ........... 276 Treat, Joli ........ 22,98,23B Tteat, Ned ...... 58,108,200 Trenholm, John .... . 238 Tritton, Kent . . . . . . 238 Trobaugh, Linda . 200 Truett, Bill .............. 200 Turner, C. Robert ..... 219 Turner, Dennis . . 71,94,10I,238 Tuttle, Barbara .... 92,98,238 Tuttle, Mr. George .. 139,150 Twohig, Jim ,. 1,8,125,193,200, 269,283,291 Tyler, Mr. Bruce .......... 98 Tyler, Rebecca .. 76,93,98,l03, 112,113,219 U Uhrig, Tom .......... 105,219 Ullery, David ........... 219 Ullmer, Connie .. 22,80,86,98, 234,238 98,144, 145 Watson, Lee ........,. 90,201 Watson, George ........ 201 Watson, William ........ 238 Weaver, Dana .. 2B,103,I14,200 Weaver David . ....... 24,238 Weaver, Janiece Weaver, Karen .. Weaver, Peggy .... Webb, Michael .... 200 200 238 53,238 Weber, Glen .......... 99,220 Weeks, Melanie .. -I12,1I3,205, Wetler, Sally ...... Wett, Thomas ...... Wegh, Samuel ..... WEILER, WELDING 207,220 26,80,238 105 220 CO., INC. ............ 254 Weimer, Cathy .. 42,60,76,98, Weimer, Patricia ,. 238 60,96, 101, 220 Welch, Mike ............ 201 PAUL WELCH ENTERPRISES, INC. 297 Wells Dwi ht , Q ........... 238 Wells, Phillip ........ 98,239 Wells, Ronald .......... 239 Wenrick, Donna .. 98,I27,I67, 202,248,280 Wenz, Jim .............. 202 Wenzler, Max ........ -42,220 Wenzler, Michael ........ 239 West, Brenda ..... . 220 wssr CARROLLTONHH BUILDING AND SUPPLY ............... 297 West David .... 239 west, Mark .......... 53,220 West, Phyllis ...... West, Mr. Richard 239 139 West Ricky. .............. 220 West: Ronnie .......... Wheeler, Carolyn .. 239 112,220 Wheeler, Joyce ...... 98,202 White, Barbara . . . .. 202 wma, Jim .......... 98,239 L.R. WHITE 0.0. .... . Whitehead, Debbie .. 295 .. 79,220 Whitesell, Jett ...... 202,255 Whitesell, William . . . 49,239 Woodard, Joe ,. 24,25 WOODLEY CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. ...... . 286 WOODMAN BOWLING LANES .... 272 Worthman, Sue 99,221 Wright, Bruce ..... .... 2 39 Wright, Debbie 77,221 Wright, Eric .. 72,221 Wright, Mary ............ 203 Wright, Patricia ..... 30,203 Wright, Sue Wunder, Nicholas ....... 221 Wyatt, Carol ...... .... 2 21 Wysong, Don .... . . . , 221 Y YMCA ........... 254 Yates, Carol ............ 239 203 Yates, John ........ ...... Yost, Steve .. ,53,7I,1I4,205, Young, William .. 23,43,88,I Young, ' William ......... 208, 221 01, 221 203 Young, Connie .. 23,43,B8,101, , 221 Young, Janice . . ...., 239 Young, Vera .......... 103,239 Youngman, Anita .. 27,34,35, 112,203 YOUTH FOR CHRIST ..... 93 Y-TEENS ..............,... 92 Yung, Linda ............ 239 Z Zappe, Jane ............ 203 Zaremski, Linda ...... 60,77,98, 126,1I3,115,216,221 Zaremski, Mr. Louis ...... 147 Zaremski, Ron .... 53,55,57,61, 96,97,1 14,163,203 Zechar, John ...... 24,28,42,22I Zeigler, Gary ........ 117,239 Zimmerman, Gloria .. 93,203 NORB ZIMMERMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ............ 285 Zimmerman, Stephen 239 Zimmerman, Sue .. 87,221,285 Zimmerman, Tad .... 113,221 Zink, Kathy .............. 239 ROBERT E. ZIPF ........ 295 Zipt, Tom I04,1I4,I16,169, 203 FINIS Noie of Thanks FairmonT WesT's I966 Dragon sTaTT would Iike To Take This opporTuniTy To Thank The many people whose help has proven invaluable To The producTion oT The Dragon. SinceresT Thanks go To Mrs. Jane E. Nolan, FairrnonT WesT's yearbook adviser, wiThouT whose experT help The annual would noT be possibleg Mr. and Mrs. HaI Logan oT Logan STudios who are responsible Tor The beauTiTuI senior por- TraiTsy Mr. Bill Maerker, also oT Logan STudios who phoTographed seniors, as well as Took The organizae Tions and inTormaI acTiviTy shoTsq Ken Logan, who spenT many aTTer-school hours Taking adverTising pic- Tures: Mr. Jack Molz oT Delmar STudios Tor -The underclass picTures: and Mr. MaTT McCormick and Mr. Terry HirTzinger oT The Taylor Publishing Company. In addiTion To The Technical aid oT Those menTioned above, The yearbook is graTeTuI To The adminisTra- Tion and TacuITy oT FairmonT WesTq as well as The cenTraI adminisTraTors oT The KeTTering School SysTem7 Mr. Carl HoTTerberTh and Mr. Paul Day, who assisTed on shipmenT nighTs: Mr. Leland Hall: The many ad- verTisers who invesTed S7000 in The Dragon: and The numerous parenTs, business, and proTessionaI pa- Tronsg all oT whom had a role in The creaTion oT This yearbook. MosT OT all, The sTaTT Thanks The members oT The sTudenT body Tor Their supporT oT The Dragon, and Tor caring enough abouT FairmonT WesT To wanT a picToriaI remembrance OT Their high school days. Staff EDITOR-IN-CI-IIEF ........... I-IEAD-SECTION-EDITOR .... BEAUTY SECTION ..... STUDENT LIFE .... SPORTS ..... LEADERSHIP .... FACULTY-ACADEMICS SENIORS ... JUNIORS-SOPFIOMORES .... PHOTO-SCFIEDULER BUSINESS MANAGER .. ADVERTISEMENTS ..,.. BUSINESS STAFF .... Connie EaTon Barbara Essenpreis .... Sandy Finley COPY ...................... Gloria MorningsTar ..... BeTh Nolan Nancy Balis Barbara Knipp Linda Zaremski . . . . . Jim Twohig' Mark Shoemacher Terry Hively BeTh Nolan Mary Ann Kowaski Paul Gruner Laurie Irvin .. Karen RiTchie Sandy Finley MarTin Holsinger Sue BuTcke . Jaine Williams Jaci Jones Susan Heinrich KaThi I-IorsTman JaneT King Holly Saul MarTi AppIeTon Donna Wenrick CaThy Jo French ,.... Judy Blame .. MarTha Apple Linda Fox Barbara Law Sue Maeder Beverly Riner Jan Schuerholz Carol Harlow Sharon Balderson ir ik if lk Through fhe misf of happiness and fhe fog of regref Fairmonf Wesf sfudenfs look back upon fhe memories broughf fo fhem by fhe I965-I966 school year. ln fhe sinking sun lighf are reflecfions of warmfh and ioy of fhe mosf memorable evenfs of fhe passing year: Crowning a Homecoming Queen and naming a courf, success of a sound vicfory over Easf in foofball, perfecf performances by fhe band and Rhyfhmeffe Corps, busfle and confusion in fhe halls befween classes, meefing friends af lockers, or enjoying a few spare rninufes alone in fhe unif lobby, decorafing for fhe senior dance, rehearsing for "Jezebel" or "The Bad Seed," making final preparafions for fhe musical, "Damn Yankees," cross-counfry, wresfling, gymnasfic and golf meefs, making plans for fhe prom-for fhe seniors, fheir lasf- I IOM, spirif in school during baskefball fournarnenf play, hysferia of a franfic crowd's winning a game by one poinf, fhe franguilify of fhe nighf air affer fhe game, broken by fhe sound of an exhausfed bus load of Dragons unifing fheir voices in fhe Alma lvlafer- fhese are fhe sounds of '66, Nof all remembrances are pleasanf, nof all are inspiring: yef all have become addifions fo fhe growing regisfer of invaluable experiences and accomplishmenfs- marking fhe pasf and presenf for every senior as he spends his lasf days on Wesf's campus. As each senior anficipafes his fufure, so does he reminisce fhe roufine way of life fo which he has become accusfomed, "The Wesf Way." Wifh his final day drawing nearer, fhe fension increases. Now each graduafing senior leaves Wesf's pride a liffle dimmer unfil new seniors sfep forward. Wifh each senior goes a parf of Fairmonf Wesf from each senior Wesf gains indelible imprinfs in all areas. Finally, fhe silhoueffe of a senior. seen fhrough a fear remains fhe lone speck of lighf in fhe halls of Fairmonf Wesf. Autographs


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