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

 - Class of 1969

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:I 1 i M 3 ,N . lil Ji 113 ai 1 , , , I , 2 w b Z 1 , 1,, vi i , 3 i 2 , 1,1 i i 1 1 1 X1 V: 1 . ,W HERITAGE Fairmont West . . . Seven buildings, sixty acres Seventeen hundred and fifty Sophomores, iuniors, seniors. Fairmont West . . . Eighty classrooms Ninety-nine faculty members. Fairmont West . . . A place where learning Is a question of getting Experience Out of ideas. The unalterable foundation Of lite, For lite is a school Of mankind. Early-morning hours tind several students con- gregeting in tront ot administration building, the largest ot seven situated on Fairmont West's beautitul 60-acre campus. 'I 969 DRAGCN Published by Jrhe Yearbook Slafl Fairmonl Wes? High School Kellering, Ohio Volume XLVI A Q! Drilling daily during The sixlh-period band class, under direclion of Mr. David Finlcam, Reflecling The warmih imparled by flames from 'rhe bonfire preceding Fairmom' Easi game, Jonnie Shampion mirrors a smile on her face as she looks 'io viclory over Easl. senior Milce Snead praciices for half-lime show for presenlaiion by Wes+'s all-brass band. Fascinaled wi'rh fhe seleciion of Spanish guilars available a+ nearby Hauer Music Radianlly holding her flowers and scepler presenied by reiiring queen Miss Barbara Geaify, Miss Lynne Wagner assumes her reign as Fairmonl Wes+'s l968 Homecoming queen. Company, folic-singing Siella Zonars slrums a 'rune on one of 'rl-ie slore's newesi imporls. D inaling fuveeyear rivalry wilh sisfer school ol spirii, deierminalion needed 'lo assure Wesl's F monl Easf, 'lh y gridders show Type remaining viclorious in infer-school compelifion. lalizing on inSlFuCl'iOnS 'TFOVY1 Teacher of characlers. Jan Van Zanl, Sue Walson. lvl Joseph Kuldau regarding inlerprelalion Karen Barnes place in humorous declamalion. Wilhin Wes+'s hallowed halls Echoes a Heri+age- A scrapbook of memories Filled wi+h promise One year 'io The nex+. This Herilage Se+s 'rhe 'Tempo af Wes+. The pulsa+ing rhyfhm Of a marching band, Homecoming fes+ivi'l'ies- The Heriiage of S+uden+ Life. The bea'r of feel' Drumming down a 'rrack, The +wis'ring of every muscle Slraining for exira yardage- The Herifage of Sporis. Individuals Wiih common in1'eres'I's Unife +o form clubs- The Herifage of Organizalions. Minds helping o+her minds Search for +ru'rhs, Wi+h new, sponianeous answers The Herifagebof Academics. Syncopafed +ypewri+ers in A growing communi+y of 70,000 concerned residen1's- The Herilage of Business. Laugh'rer, 'I'ears, A smile on every face- The Herilage of People. Table of Contents S+uden+ Life ........... I8 Sporls ..... ..... 5 2 Organizaiions . . . . .86 Academics ... .. . l32 Album .... .... I 58 Business . . .... 248 Tradifion prevails ln Keffering, Ohio- A way To celebrafe Labor Day. Enioymenf and pleasure, Work and achievemenf Experienced fogefher, Sfrengfhen fies of fellowship. Confesfs- Queen, floaf, falenf group- Firsf-place awards for Wesf. Parades and bicycle races, Dances and fireworks, yef- All find fime fo sfop- Time To reflecf upon fhis Herifage. Wes+'s award-winning animafed floaf, "The Wonderful World of Walf Disney," organized by Jan Nolfe and Bob Nelson, colorfully dis- plays Dumbo, Pinocchio, and Mickey Mouse. Wesf's "Brusl'1creeL singers" Jim Dudis. Sfella Zonars, Marilv' riershner, and Jeff Vore bow Cifizens of flue Keffering cornmunify wafcli wiflw pride as Fairmonl' Wesf's precision drill Team affer receiving flweir firsf-place 'lalenf award in The Labor Day Holiday-af-Home ceremonies. flie Rlwyflwrneffes perform fradifional march down Far Hills Avenue in Holiday-af-Home parade. iffy K' Kaihy Finke receives her crown and +iHe of l968 Miss Holiday-ai-Home from reigning ' ? H, . Arqwi Q , , A 3 f queen Miss Debbie Seale a+ coronaiion bail iesfiviiies held af Imperial House Souih Moiel. Mr. Gene Seeberger direcls girls' chorus l'l'1e Lerner and Loewe musical, "Camelol" in coordinaling The medley of songs from for presenralion al' Wes? PTA Open l-louse. l i i . l l Grimacing from her effoi-+5 in +ug.0f.w5r physical eclucalion class required of all Madeline Molwanco parficipales in live-day IUHIOFS for firsl lime ll1iS Year' al' W9Sl- lnlrigued wifh her experfmenfs in Wes+'S uses lhe Easi Unil laboralorv facililies lo lurlher advanced Science IV Class! Debbie Golob ner worlc in advanced chemisfry research. Roving yearbook pholographer finds Kafie problems assigned as a parl of Mr. Alvin ' ' Croghan engrossed in working her calculus. Funde-rburg's advanced Malhemalics lV class. llle 1-urnlng Of +he wheel of curiosily i Man's mind will con+inue Tha+ forward mo+ion- Searching for new horizons, New fu+ures in educalion, Grasping 'lhe wisdom Of +he ages. Grades +o main+ain, The Herifage of Academics. Life genera+es educa+ion Educa+ion lives a+ Wes1'. l Scholarships for l'he +alen+ed- ' Hai E 1 K' m g:-.1,bepQ1. , 'E El 455 wr 1 f. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4, 1 1 .1 Q, 1 s 1 ,. 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 'A 1 1 1, 1 1 1 11 l I-inishing in second place a+ Jrhe Chaminad h' fll D e is e ow ragons Doug Myers, Dean Clemm, rneef, runner Tim Bridges 'secures supporr from Milce Davis, Dan Grass, and Bruce Byinglon. Canadian-American record holder Jeff Adam lille of Senior AAU Narional Long Dislance works ou? al' Boys' Club pool lo relain his Champion which he won during rhe summer. Opposife: Leading yard-gainer in The Wesrern yardage as he breaks from Falcon foe and Ohio League, iunior Niclc Becker gains added leads The Dragons lo a vicfory over Easr. Drive, delerminarion and Man's "will-'ro-wing" Dis+ric'r, Regional and S+a1'e compe'I'i+ion Push each a+hle'I'e Toward his peak. Beyond physical endurance, Using hearl' and courage- Every fiber of his body To deliea+ his opponenl. Hours of praclice Turn info minufes Wilh seconds Measuring vicfory or defeal Each challenge, always unique, Yer each, always +he same In fhe Weslern Ohio League- Wes+'s Heri+age. 1 -'Ea if ,N 3155. .y. . QV, "Unit f o 1 - f Q,W,.,.M.,? an .-f f W, 1 WU: , ,Q 71.2 ' U O ' w ,L dy X.-. as-rdf 1. ....--.........-Q..-.... , 3 "fm ,.,.fa:,11,1f-.,.4..g, f-W 1 122112, :fi-5u:'2 ia -I 5 9 1 'pn --.-...,, v n I 2 A ,:gQpgai'.4g- Q fl' ' Jim f ' ww -- -x, -fimffqr F M-'kff ,, W bfi? Y 'Sw T- Qa aw gi , -1 aw ' lf? 3 l 1 J 2 iff Culminaiing a week of spiriiecl aciiviiy for all llie sluclenis, senior boys inlroduce firsl' "kazoo" band io members of llwe sfudenl body by playing figlwl' song during lunch lnour. Enjoying Their firsr senior seciion in 'llwe caieleria during spirii week, senior girls generale enlliusiasm willi ilneir exuberance and resounding cry of "Team Rah, Team Rah!" Il0'f,-a decade of spirii' Wifh purple and wl'1i'l'e Painfecl in fhe minds And l1ear+s of you'l'l1- Hearls burning Willa 'rhe passion for vic'l'ory- Hearls +l1a+ lcinclle energy Bea+ing fasler and 'Fas+er, Siriving To mainiain a repufafion Earned years ago Rich and alive Wilh pep assemblies, Vic+ory bell, Beanies, spirif clays, confeH'i, Walls coverecl wi1'l'1 signs, Caravans of clecoralecl cars, "Kazoo" bancl, Pep buses +o all away games, Band and Rhy+l1me'Hes, Purple fire l1ydran'I', "Dupey-+l1e-Dragon"- All quicken 1'l1e pace, Leaving indelible imprinls In Wes'l"s Herilage. i Q 23 i 'E ,Mi ' 2 ,s 2 I 'J ? i ,.,, f f v+,, 1 r F 1 M, X 1' Mr --Q Enioying The 'rrend ol accepling loday'S kaleidoscope of sryles and colors, senior Far from +radi1'ion Occasionally misunderslood Searching for individualily- Some choose non-conformily. Granny glasses, lea+her, Paisley prinl's, "chunky" shoes Symbols of self-expression. Ye'I' 'For +hem There exisls a harmony. Wes+'s facl-seekers- Noi' a unified spiril, No+ a Herilage, bu+ perhaps a- Look +o +he fulure. Brillianl colors, "granny" shoes and love beads enler Fairrnonr Wes+'s "scene" enabling sludenfs lo search for 'lhemselves as rheir new slyles replace old slandards of dress. Lara Lackey realizes imporlance of unify of blends for sryle-conscious srudenls. Joining The Hlealher look" shown in chic fall magazines, Wesl' senior Belsy Ashmun chooses a rich brown iurnper wifh slriped rurlle neck swealer in brown and while. Typical of many American Teenagers seeking individualism, Sieve Miller breaks from Wes+'s lradilional conservalism by wearing lhick, bushy sideburns and longer hair. Charming and spiriled queen candidales for ner, Debbie Marlinson. Connie Clifford and "Up. Up. and Away." Jan Windsor. Lynne Wag- Ka+hy Finke cheer wilh elaled sfudenf body. Talcing advanlage ol: Wesi's year as 'rhe siadium, Varsily F member Bob Williams "home" ieam al' line ioinlly-usecl Fairmoni wraps goal posis wiih iradilional purple. Credlinq G bfbniire lhal Fdqed iOF all of Kel' assembled, behind gymnasium for inilialion oi lering io view, crowds ol spiriied sfuclenis Wesl's lirsi ihree-day Homecoming celebralion. Opposilez Charging ihrough purple pep sign Norm Sirobino and Bob Kohl lead gridders onio made by varsily fall cheerleaders, co-caplains field for an exciiing WOL game againsl' Wayne. Sue Waison, Becky Spahr, Sue Brusi, Lynne ihey lead cheers during pep rally held ai' Wagner, Jan Windsor exude enihusiasm as spirilefd bonfire prior lo Homecoming game. l l l Wearing similarly-malched muied plaids Mike Nolan and Judy Keller enioy ihe new idea of holding ihe Homecoming dance on The nighi' following ihe iradiiional game. Measure of exciiemenf- Exci+emen+ +ha+ will noi s1'op, Faces burning wi+h happiness And flames 'I'easing, crackling. A 'I'orch passed, year 'io year- The 'I'radi+ional bonfire, The beginning of a week Filled wi+h "happenings" and Ending wi+h a special dance- "Up, Up and Away." Echoes of pas'r Homecomings Resounding wi1'h +he Heriiage of S1'uden+ Life. Cify of KeH'ering's compeienl 'Fire deparl- meni' assures safely 'For Fairmonl' Wesi and The maze of campus sidewalks Weave in and ou+ of Cily buildings, churches, and Poverly-siriclcen homes As many Wesionians Answer 'lhe spirii of giving. Preparing food baskels Al' Thanksgiving and Chris'l'mas, Candy slriping al' hospifals, Delivering sermons, prayers. Bul' no Weslonian can wril'e His real life of service Wiih pen or pencil: He wriles only in his aclions. The spiril of giving Finds i+s roofs In 'l'he Herilage surrounding communi+y as siudenrs pracrice a periodic fire drill during second period. Senior High Fellowship officers Marc Jewell and Beiii Anderson presenr lhe Scripiure reading 'ro members of rhe Fairmonr Presby- ierian Church during annual Youlh Sunday. OIF C0mmUf'li'l'Y Service' lmprovemenis such as Fairmom' Wes+'s addiiion room. resulied from passage of lhe November lo iis gymnasium, The "swear and weigh?" Landscaping of ihe Carillon Bells againsi' a and Dayfon ciiizens view while iraveling cloudy horizon depicis rhe beauiy Keliering pasi' hisrorical Carillon Park on Rouie 25. Keiiering school bond issue. Maieriaiized 'rhrough psychic pOwerS. Elvira. Bob Nelson, sarcasiicaliy reminds him of fhe Connie Schaerer, deceased wife of Charles. shoricomings of his presenf marriage 'io Ruih. To spread one's arms, +o +ouch Horizons of acfiviries Wilh sounds of beckoning Slriking eardrums, Wi+h vision reflecring a Symphony of oppor'l'uni1'ies, Wi+h bodies dancing To 'I'he rhyfhm of "soul." Wa'l'ching 'rhe Changing seasons, one Realizes +ha+ lhose who invesl' Their lime and 'I'alen+ Become an iniegral pari' Of Fairmoni' Wes+- Herirage of Sludenl' Life. Following +he Beavercreelc game Dragon fans Lynne Wagner and Jerry Shepard swing To +he sounds of 'rhe Chapfer Four al FCA-Pep Club dance. one of many afler-game aclivifies. Lynne Wagner shows surprise when named the accepts the crown, scepter and red roses as I968 Homecoming Queen. while She proudly she reigns over the weelm-end testivities. Dancing to the music ot The Stumps, I968 Nick Becker, ioins the other West students, Homecoming Queen Lynne Wagner, escorted by alumni, and taculty in enioying a new idea '68 Homecoming fills two days- a first at West For the tirst time invhistory the I968 Homecoming events extended over a two-day period with the tootball game with Wayne on Friday and the tradi- tional dance on Saturday night. "Up, Up, and Away," I968 theme, showed visibly on taces ot the enthusi- astic students and alumni as they partici- pated in the annual Homecoming event. Dancing to "The Stripper," played by West's Marching Band, Rythmettes add- ed to the halt-time ceremonies making this a highlight ot the evening. As students, alumni, parents and tacul- ty tocused their attention on the Student Council President Jaclc Horrell, the long- awaited moment arrived. Lynne Wagner reigned as the I968 Homecoming Queen. Barb Geatty, the I967 Queen, returned home to crown Lynne. Presentation ot bracelets to toreign exchange students Gunvar Lahr and Nina Bourdery on behalt ot the student body added a highlight to the already enioy- able evening. Student Council also gave the I'-768 Queen a bracelet. this year ot having the Homecoming events extend over a two-day celebration period. ' ,,f- -'k K- . Homecoming candidaies Debbie Marfinson, Jan Queen Lynne Wagner Shew iheir exuberance firsi Wes? Homecoming fesfiviiies ever +0 WiNdSOF, COHf1iG Clifford. Kaiiny Finke and wiflw Their smiles as Huey reign over 'Hue exfend over Friday and Safurday evenings Chorus and orchestra present Broadway hit "Camelot" EnchanTing spirii of Nimue, porTrayed by Marcia Hulsrnan, aTTempTs To lure Merlin, Smiling happily while charming each oiher. Guenevere lBeclay DeTriclcl and ArThur iPhil Davisl dance aTTer The impressive wedding ceremony which made her Queen ol: CameloT. The mysTerious magician, porTrayed by Kirk Meadows, away from The dreamland of Camelol: Evil Mordred iMilce l.icaTal, illegiTimaTe Son of King ArThur lPhil Davisl, cunningly l-lighlighTing The year for The Music DeparTmenT, The orchesTra and chorus combined Their TalenTs To presenT The Broadway hiT "CameloT," The Tragedy of King ArThur oT The Round Table, Lady Guenevere, and Sir Lance-loT, her lover. AcTion began when Guenevere arrived aT CameloT To become The King's wiTe. Charmed wiTh each oTher, ArThur and Guenevere gaily awaiTed Their wedding. ArThur, who had learned his wisdom oT peaceful ways Trom his magical Tu- Tor, Merlin, broughT iusTice To his land by Torming The celebraTed Round Table. Word of The new Table reached France, gaining The admiraTion ol: young l.anceloT, who deparTed Tor CameloT. JousTs beTween l.anceloT and Three lcnighTs Took place before The Royal GrandsTand. LanceloT delivered a mor- Tal blow To Sir Lionei, buT Through his inTense TaiTh broughT The lcnighT baclc To life. AT This poinT, Guenevere and LanceloT Tell hopelessly in love. Alone aTTer Sir LanceloT's lcnighTing ceremony, ArThur realized The growing love ol: his queen Tor his besT friend: buT he submerged his own resenTmenT To preserve peace in CameloT. convinces his royal TaTher To declare war againsl' his close friend and ally LanceloT. Forced lo declare war and give up his hopes Davisl bids a final 'farewell 'lo Lancelol' for peace. a despondenl' King Arlhur lPhil lBob Nelsonl and Guenevere lSusan Brusll. Sludenl direclors Linda Frazier, Kale Riley. hard worlc conslilule iusl' a few ol lhe many and Marilyn Kershner realize palience ancl responsibililies found in musical produclion. Knighls of lhe Round Table, Wayne Hammer Mile and Phil e Finegold. Jim Slamus, Richard Kohler William Gray, slancl behind lheir King Davis, and his noble hopes and ideals i l i Temporarily abandoning his search for lhe Quesling Beasf, losl King Pellinore llylilse Slusserl remains in Camelol' lo ioin Ar+hur's courf and lo become King's 'rrusfed adviser. Y Yugmu W y'l Scherning Mordred, Arlhur's illegilimale son, lMilce Licalal, persuades his sorceress aunt Gazing longingly info each olher's eyes, Guenevere lBeclcy Defriclcl and Lancelof lBob Morgan le Fey lMargie Wunderl. To 'lrap King Arlhur in her enchanled foresf for one nighi. Nelsonl confess fheir hidden love for each ofher and 'lheir fear of hurling King Arlhur. a Phil Davis porTrays King of Camelof in spring musical Alone afTer LanceloT's impressive kniqhTing ceremony, despondenT King ArThur finally Chorus direcTor, Mr. Gene Seeberqer. orches- Tra direcfor, Mr. Donald DeTrick, and sTage acknowledges Thai' his queen has fallen in love wiTh his besT friend, Sir Lancelof. direcfor, Mr. William Crabill smile proudly affer The successful producTion of "Camelot" lvlordred, ArThur's illegiTimaTe son, arrived in Camelof and aTTempTed To dishonor The King in order To ascend To The Throne. lvlordred loaThed ArThur's dreams of peace and honor. Meanwhile, The knighTs grew resfless for baTTles. One evening Mordred found Guene- vere and LanceloT Togefher in her cham- bers. Lancelof escaped buf lviordred capfured Guenevere. The courT Tried and senTenced her To burn aT The sTake. AT The lasT momenf, Lanceloi' rescued Guenevere and They fled To France, Thus forcing Arfhur To make war on his friend. JusT before The baTTle, Arfhur meT Guenevere and LanceloT. Because of his greaT love for his wife and friend The generous King forgave Them boTh. lvlomenfs before The baTTle began, The King discovered a young sfowaway who wished To ioin The Round Table. ArThur knighfed The boy in The field and senT him back To England, ordering him, when he grows up, To Tell anofher generaTion of CameloT's noble and virfuous ideals. Under The direcTion of Mr. Donald W. Defrick, orchesTra conducTor,- and Mr. Gene Seeberger, chorus direcfor, wiTh The assisfance of The sTudenT direcTors Linda Frazier, Marilyn Kershner, and Kafe Riley, The orchesTra and The chorus worked many hours on This musical show. LanceloT lRoberT Nelsonl begs forgiveness from King ArThur, played by Phil Davis, for secreTly falling in love wiTh King ArThur's beauTiful wife, Queen Guenevere. ,rs .1m+ :':narummm Seniors present Dr. and Mrs. Bradley lDavid Chambers and Sue Neiil, dinner guesTs of The Condomines, l l Lara Lackey, who porTrays Madame ArcaTi. order To dispose of his Two ghosT wives, begins her seance Tor Charles Condomine in RuTh and Elvira, aTTer They maTerialized. "BliThe Spirit" for annual play uarrel wiTh one anoTher over his embarras- fi D I I D Under The direcTion ol Mr. William sing insulTs concerning her Tinical chaTTer. SmiTh, WesT's Senior Class presenTed a mn'-M' comical producTion oT "BliThe SpiriT." Mr. David Craybill's sTaqe crew coord-1 inaTed wiTh various commiTTees, Thus providing needed scenery and props. ' CasT oT "BliThe SpiriT" consisTed oi seven characTers. Mr.. Charles Condo- mine opened AcT l by revealing his desire To wriTe a book on seances. l-le soon discovered ThaT a cerTain Madame ArcaTi possessed psychic Torces, and in- viTed her and some Triends To a seance. During The seance, Madame ArcaTi produced Charles' TirsT wiTe, Elvira, who had recenTly died oT pneumonia. Mr. Condomine alone visualized Elvira. lm- mediaTely, a conTlicT arose beTween his exisTing wiTe RuTh and Elvira. ln Two desperaTe aTTempTs To murder Charles, Elvira succeeded only in in- juring The maid and in killing RuTh. Hoping To dispose OT Elvira, Mr. Con- domine held a second seance. lnsTead, his dead wiTe RuTh maTerialized. "BliThe SpiriT" ended wiTh The maid's psychic abiliTies disposing oT The Two ghosTs. Charles TerminaTed The play say- l ing "parTing is such a sweeT sorrow." i E " EW' I ll l . if 5 Elvira lConnie Schaererl and Rulh llvlarcia seance, wair for Madame Arcari and Charles Flynnl. who marerialized from a noclurnal To refurn +hem +0 rheir spirilual heavens. Elvira, Connie Schaerer, afrer iniuring 'rhe maid and accidenlally killing Rulh lCharles' second wifel, slands in disgusl' as Charles explains The unusual prevailing occurrences. l Mr. Charles Condornine lBob Nelsonl reacls wilh innocenl' surprise as his presenr wife. Rulh, voices her overwhelming suspicions of Elvira's evil inlenlions foward her husband. Charles alfempls 'ro calm Ru'lh's suspicions H19 invisible ghost Elvira, as 'rhe and anxieries concerning her relarionship wilh ice-.blue spirit innocenlly walches aside. Two hoods, played by Dave Gunderson and Bill Lashley, aTTaclc Lisa, Dianne Wood. one darlc Simon lRiclc Thomasl smiles as Richard iRan- dy Kronaurl has some diT'TiculTv and conTem- S ia! T T l T fi E ees is S niqhT in The parlc aTTer she suddenly ran away from David and Trom her school in WesTchesTer. plaTes his nexT chess move. Meanwhile Ther- apisT Maureen Hari' iJan Van ZanTl ponders The Juniors present emotional drama "David and Lisa' "David and Lisa," This year's junior class play, presenTed a unique view in undersTanding The problems oT The emo- Tionally disTurloed youTh oT Today. SeT in The Berlcley School in WesTchesTer, The plor involved The sTory. oT Two young people, who are alienaTed Trom realiTy. David lGary SmiThl, The only son OT an over-proTecTive moTher and a no-non- sense TaTher, seemed possessed by The Tear oT Touch. Lisa lDianne Woodl ap- peared as a spliT personaliTyg one who lived in an isolaTed child's world. Mr. Joseph Kuldau, assisTed by Tour sTudenT direcTors, presenTed This Three- niqhT producTion. STage crew, using Three diTTerenT levels oT lighTing. added a special eTTecT To The play. Work and paTience oT The many people in- volved added To The play's success. siTuaTion while John, one of The school's psy- chiaTrisTs. gives Richard a Tew good poinTers. r 1 - z s is si ls 5: A Ty l X ill 13? as Q Ti ms as s' SST is Q ii i Q K as i :les - ' Ti s l l' 512-PR s w- fs X Q3 5 2-L 4 F H E Obviously enigying The Senior Class Dance. couples will remember This parTicular oc- Bob SchmiTz and Joy HildreTh believe many Caslon as The hiqhliqhT of Their 'final year. Enioyinq psychedelic and soul music provided Debbie MarTinson and Dave Anderson dance To by an area band, The DuTchmasTers. seniors The combo's reverberaTinq rhyfhm of guiTars. Decor of angels provides setting of Senior Dance "WinTer Wonderland" served as The I968 Theme Tor The annual Senior Class Dance. Senior commiTTees prepared re- TreshrnenTs and decoraTions Tor The evenT. Boys under The direcTion oT Mr. LesTer l'TeisTand Turnished a ChrisTmas Tree. ATTending couples enioyed soul and psychedelic music generaTed by an area band, The DuTchrnasTers. lnvigoraTing music produced by The Tive-piece combo inspired couples To respond To The beaT. Old, new TavoriTes compleTed The rep- erToire Tor The evening's enTerTainmenT. lnTermission allowed Senior Dance guesTs To relax and enioy reTreshmenTs. STudenTs and chaperones alilce Took ad- vanTage oT The various assorTmenTs oT coolcies, candies, cupcalces, and punch. ATTracTively arranged ChrisTmas dec- oraTions adorned The WesT gym, Trans- forming iT inTo a decor of elhereal an- gels, inviTing misTleToe. and illurninaTing sTars. Clinging To a WesT TradiTion. each couple broughT a giTT Tor an un- der-privileged child aT Shawen Acres. Seniors Vicki Madole and Milne Slusser Talce advanTage oT The decoraTive misTleToe as They recollecT vivid memories of The year of I968 aT The annual Senior Class Dance. 1- During inlermission a+ lhe Senior Dance. Larry Cecil offers his dale, Donna Palmer, punch and a seleclion of cookies made by senior qirls on lhe refreshmenl commillee. Members of lhe Dulchmaslers demonsfrale an area of diversified enlerlainmenl as lhey Darrell Black and Melissa Brown preserve an annual Wesl' lradilion by submiffing a inlerprel' selecfions of psychedelic and soul music 'ro couples alfending fhe Senior Dance. gill' wrapped package for fhe underprivileged residing al Shawen Acres Children's Home. Junior royalTy Nick Becker and Sue WaTson as They reign over The "I-larvesT Ball," The enioy siTTing in Their swing-Type Throne TirsT class dance held aT WesT This year. Members oT The Junior Class CourT: Rich King Nick Becker, Queen Susan WaTson, Jan Wall, Jeanne Folz, Bill Merrell, Sue Brugf, NolTe. Jeff Wise. MargareT Evans, Chris f Juniors choose "Harvest Bull" as dance Theme "T'larvesT Ball" capTured The hearTs OT many WesTonians as They danced amid decoraTions oT scarecrows, pump- kins, and a gianT cornucopia. Members of junior class and advisers spenT much Time in making This evenT impressive. London Fog and The ConTinenTals enTerTained This semi-Tormal dance. This year, The iunior queen and king reigned over The auTumn scene raTher Than The usual sweeThearT dance held in Feb- ruary. AppropriaTe To The seTTing, The '+hrOhe consisTed OT a colorTul swing. As The band Took a break, The long- awaiTed Time arrived. Galen Emery acTed as masTer oT ceremonies Tor The evening's TesTiviTies. Five iunior girls and escorTs came To The TronT oT The gym as Galen inTroduced The Ten anxious king and queen candidaTes. ReTiring king and queen Greg Kling and Debbie MarT'inson crowned The new royalTy Nick Becker and Sue WaT- son. This year's courT consisTed OT eighT juniors in addifion To The king and queen as conTrasTed To Ten lasT year. PancoasT agree ThaT This year's Theme The "HarvesT Ball" added a special highlight l Becky Morgan and Greg Goodman agree Tnar wonderful decorarions in 'rhe appropriare shocks of corn and pumpkins served as serring of a "Harvesr Ball" armosphere. Delicious Veifwlimefiis made Aby llie iUni0V for Wesronian Mark Larhrop as adviser Miss girls provides a welcome inrermission rrear Kai-hryn Gufhman helps him pick some cookies Judy Keller and Mike Nolan smile as rhey dance io The sound of London Fog and rhe Conrinenrals as rhe i968 "l-larvesr Ball" all loo quickly comes ro a memorable end. and gel some punch from lhe large assorrmenr of homemade goodies found ar rhe lable. Maureen Kemper reigns as 1969 "Miss DragoneHe" Enioyinq The appropriaTe decoraTions aT The iors KaThleen McDaniels and Mike Phares annual GAA dance, "HearTs and Flowers," sen- Take a break from The music and The dancing. GAA QUEEN CANDIDATES and COURT- PaTTerson, Kerry Janelle Windsor, Rebecca Anne FronT Row: David SmiTh, Lynne Wagner, Mike Spahr, Mel Hill, MuTTy Talberq. and Marc Flowery gardens and ValenTine hearTs creaTed a romanTic aTmosphere Tor The GAA dance, "l-learTs and Flowers." Open only To members oT The Girls' A+h- leTic AssociaTion, The dance provided a welcome break in The usual weekend ac- TiviTies Tor The girls and Their daTes. Board members and The club adviser, Miss Barbara Barbour, began planning The evenT in early January. WiTh The aid oT many oTher members, They worked To creaTe eTTecTive decoraTions. "Cliff Bailey and his OrchesTra" provided music and enTerTainmenT Tor Those who aTTended The dance. Selec- Tions which ranged Trom popular Tunes To old TavoriTes added varieTy To The band's reperToire of music. Following The precedenT seT lasi year, GAA members chose a queen To repre- senT Them as "Miss DragoneTTe." Class- maTes nominaTed six senior girls Tor This honor: Lynne Wagner, Janelle Windsor, Maureen Kemper, Rebecca Anne Spahr, KaTherine Finke, and MuTTy Talberg. Six senior VarsiTy F Club members escorTed The candidaTes as Miss Barbour announced Maureen Kemper as The I969 "Miss DragoneTTe." SeaTed in her gold and velveT Throne, Maureen reigned as queen Tor The resT oT The evening. Jewell. Row 2: RoberT Kohl, Queen Maureen Kemper, KaTl1erine Finke, and TimoThy Bridges. is 'usa-A-Ma , I ,- gg? S215 1 5' -.N 4:15, f, , -Q - . ., .,. p A l 1- '--' N - . r 2' 1 f l iz,missy,X,,,,:x,,1,,:,,,.3,,315g, - 4"""if K "'k "EiIiiw5?iffKiif92Ilfiiiiifigilgiii?ill?" 3 ,,,.... ..-.,, 1. N..., s.sw!5k.a.ss . . . ,is JESS? 2 ssirr s s M ssssi w - ' -A . , h X' M , , my Q E 5 Beaminq wifh pride and ioy, GAA Queen Miss and red velvef 'rhrone as sl1e prepares +o Maureen Kemper lakes her place on +l'1e qolcl begin her reign as I969 "Miss Dragone'H'e." Couples dance lo +he unique sound of "Cliff HHQGFTS and Flowers." One Of llwis year's Bailey and his Orclweslran as flue GAA dance higlwlighfs comes lo a romanric close. Smiling wirh surprise and happiness, GAA Queen, Miss Maureen Kemper, proudly accepls 'Hue crown from iunior Diana Lawson signi- fying her as lhe l969 "Miss DragoneH'e." Woody Stiles, Gregg Gillcey, and David Kesling, Methodist Church, enioy the stimulating atmos- creators ot the local Cottee House at Christ phere ot the improvised recreational center. Westonions contribute spare time to community affairs West seniors Cathy Caldwell, Pam Kemp. and Marc Jewell, active members ot the local Kettering Youth Action Council, discuss trat- tic violations with Judge Jack H. Berger. i strtsrr 2'f1a.'g5,, gif" - .,, y " Sophomores, iuniors, and seniors 'found various ways to serve the community and school alike. Candy Stripers, tutors, and church volunteers provided aid tor numerous Kettering programs. Many Westonians involved themselves in the local KYAC, Kettering Youth Ac- tion Council. By circulating petitions throughout school, they became eligible to worlc with Judge Jaclc Berger on pun- ishments tor teenage trattic violations. During the I968 Presidential cam- paign, students participated in door-to- door campaigning tor various Republi- can and Democratic candidates. Local party organizations used West youth services in area publicity programs. After completing a required training program, Candy Stripers devoted time to aiding hospitalized people. These girls demonstrated acquired techniques in certain wards at local hospitals. Westonians contributed time in worlc- ing with youth groups and aiding in Sun- day morning services. These young peo- ple also served as secretaries in church ottices and as accompanists tor choirs. Wesfonian sislers Cindy Hahn, iunior, and Barb l-lahn, senior, discover a new area of Serving as a volunieer for fhe I969 Repub- lican campaign, Ellen Cushner iaclcs a Whalen pamphlef on The bullelin board io promole a personal friend, Congressman Charles Whalen. enioymenr working wiih younger children in lhe Pediafrics Ward al Keliering Hospifal. Cindy Hall and her horse, Silver Threads, frequenf iirsf place winners in area and Seniors Par Pancoasf and David Chambers, members of ihe Wes? 'ruforial exchange pro- gram. discuss 'rhe fundamenlals of modern malh wifh a perplexed Kerlering elerneniary sludenf. siale riding compefiiion, display ihe excel- lenr form used in achieving Their vicfories. Many hours ot hard work and long practices pay Ott tor Rhythmettes as Linda Frazier accepts second place trophy in the "Greater Dayton Drill Team Association Invitational." Rhythmettes win second place in '69 Dayton Drill Team Invitational Dancing to "Everything's Coming Up Roses," Rhythmettes won second place in the "Greater Dayton Drill Team Invi- tational." Giant paper roses used as props contributed to the ettectiveness ot the routine. Most spirited award also went to the Rhythmettes. Participating with the band, West's smiling, high-stepping Rhythmettes be- gan their i969 season by winning tirst- place in the tenth annual "Tipp City Mum Festival." Anne Schuler had the honor ot serving as the tirst runner-up in the Queen Contest. Four seniors serving as otticers created and taught all ot the routines. This year's torty-tive member corps con- sisted ot eleven seniors, eighteen iun- iors, and sixteen sophomores. Mrs. Karen Kronbach, West Unit Spanish teacher, acted as adviser. Mrs. Joyce Dalton, I963 Rhythmette Cadet Captain, provided choreography. Dancing to such numbers as "Round and Round," "Drums ot My Heart," "The Stripper," "Thoroughly Modern Millie," West's precision drill team used canes, roses, pompons and umbrellas to add color and variety to pertormances. Organized in I949, the Rhythmette Corps ot I969 marks the twentieth year ot its existence. Drilling and training continued to be important aspects in synchronizing halt-time routines. Rhythmettes averaged three hours ot practice during the summer months and two hours in atter-school practices to contribute their IIOCX, spirit. FAlRMONT WEST l969 RHYTHMETTE CORPS -Front Row: Marilyn Kershner, Linda Frazier, Lynn Hildebrandt, Donna Palmer, Paula Sher- wood, Jan Nishimura. Vicki Crumrine, Judy Keller, Barb Hickey, Anne Schuler. Row 2: Mary Snyder, Pam Hastings, Carla Hall, Nancy Kuhn, Sheila Nelson, Becky Morgan, Kathy Anderson, Karen Lewis, Polly Viets, Margaret Evans, Patsy Paddock. Row 3: Sally Daly, Debra Turner, Pat Enwright, Joanie Duncan, Barb Ruet, Kay lrelan, Phyllis Jackson, Susan Wat- son, Jenny Daly, Yvonne Cratt, Jonnie Shamp- ton, Nancy Carr, Diana Petry. Row 4: Cathy Ullmer, Connie Ballard, Cindy Meyers, Linda Barker, Janet George, Annette Argue, Diane Reinke, Debbie Tyler, Judy Wheaton, Leslie Williamson, Gloria Shantz, Cindy Williams, Lynn Miller, Paula White, Janet Protitt. - A vfff e g,, M. , M .1 "J" , ,I 'I fi 'ww JI, 2. 5 '2 1 E WesT's Rlwyllwmelle Officers of I969: Barb Firsl Lieufenanig Linda Frazier, Cadef Cap- Hickey, Second Lieulenanrq Marilyn Kershner, lain: and Anne Sclwuler, Warranr Officer. Cadef Capfain, Linda Frazier inspecrs Jan Profil? before The compelilion srarrs for "Greafer Ddyfori Drill Team ASSOCi5llOf'l lm- Line Officers Becky Morgan, lvlargarei' Evans, Yvonne Craft Vicky Crumrine receive in- vil'ariOr1al" held G+ Cenferville Hiqll School- Barb Ruef, Dianne Reinke. Palsy Paddock, slruclions from Mrs. Joyce Dalron, an advisor Band members Susan l-lanlin, John Riley, Con- precise marching drills tor the up-coming nie Freier, and Marsha l-lulsman practice their tootball game when they play at the halt. West Band wins first-place trophy l at Mum Festival Superb marching and drilling proved to be the best tor the i969 Fairmont West Marching Band when they won tirst place in the tenth "Tipp City Festival." Demonstrating their excellence, the band played "Drums ot My Heart," and "Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home." New tight songs heard at the games livened students as they sang to the musical cheers "Eat 'Em Up," "Go," "Charge," and "Fight Team Fight." Under the leadership ot Mr. David Finlcham and Mr. Wesley t-laines the I969 band participated in the annual l-loliday At l-lome Parade and evening activities. Pertorming at halts at tootball games, the band helped to contribute their IIOQQ spirit to team members. Front Row: Kenneth Rogers, Stephen Mastriana, Kevin Flick, Randolyn Mclntyre, William San- do. Row 2: Kate Riley, Linda Coons, Don- na Taylor. Charles Stemple, Cynthia l-lahn, Valerie Carlin, Connie Freier, Janice Reynolds. Row 3: Sue l-louseworth, Craig l-larnbriclc. John Ridd, Victoria l-leclc, Robin O'Banion, Claude Van Orden, Ruth Grove, Deborah Riley. Row 4: David Kesling, John Reed, Donald Roberts. Timothy Norris, Michael Jones, Gerald Evans, Rick Allred, Richard Weber. Row 5: Viclcey Biwer, Barney Richardson, George Ftibbs, David Beitzel, Robert Ullrich, Alan Kemp, Philip Smith, Kerry Lawson. l l l l l T l l l Displayinq lalenl in slruiling and lwirlinq Douq l-lorne, lead The marching band during file dfum malofelle. Sherry Fugefl, and maior hall'-lime shows al all ihe ioolball games. Band direclors Mr. David Finlcham and Mr. Wes- ley Haines discuss fhe inlricale marching drills and roulines used by lhe band lhis year ar ihe 'renlh annual "Tipp Cily Mum Feslivalf' Fronf Row: Ronald l-lolclen, Larry Lealherman, Dixie Jackson, Nancy Smilh. Row 2: Carolyn Grover, Linda Grover, Carol Clawson, Sieven Sarlin, Milce Snead, Susan l-lanlin, Marcia l-lulsman. Row 3: Peler Grayloill, Sharon Flory Mark Siauier, Palricia Emmons, John Riley, Judilh Darling, William Search. Row 4: Ter ence Flavin, William Awsumb, David While Timoihy Whilalcer, Jeffery Trace, Riel: Bram- ner, James Lealcas, Roberl' Telcher. Row 5: Jerry Besanceney, Fred Lawson, Roberl' Preuss, William Lashley, Galen Emery, Alan Schlager. l Al Winler Concerf George Roberls, profes- sional lrombonisl' and former member of Gene Krupa's orcheslra, presenls solo numbers of "Soliloquy 'lor Trombone" and "Fools Rush ln." Sophomore Craig Hambriclcs pracfices for per- 'Feclion on The confra-allo clarinel for lhe lraclilional Symphonic Band's Winler Concerl' performance held al lhe Wesl' audilorium. During lhe Winler Concerf lealuring quesf arlisl' George Roberls, percussion and brass Senior sfuolenl' Alan Kemp compleles his solo of an original composifion for clarinel, "Nui+ Fleur." as a promised hiqhliqhl of lhe Wes? Symphonic Band's Winier Concert members of lhe Symphonic Band conlribule an effeciive Jrouch lo The concerl' performance. George Roberts special guest at Barb Beebe illuslrales lhe necessily lor correcl lorm and inlense concenlralion as Clarinel: Alan Kemp, Rick Thomas, Vicki l-leck, Linda Coons. Bb Clarinet: Sharon Flory, Carol Clawson, John Ridd, Kevin Filck, Rulh Grove, Slephen lvlaslriana, Linda Grover, Pal Emmons, Connie Freier, Pally Groner. Alto Clarinet: Nancy Smilh, Karen Fine. Bass Clarinet: John Reed, Carolyn Grover. Conlra Bass Clarinel: Ron Holden. Contra Allo Clarinet: Craig Flambricks. Oboe: Cindy l-lahn, Donna Taylor, Kennelh Roqers. Flule: Kale Riley, Debby she praclices her llule lor lhe annual Fair- monl Wesl l-ligh School Band's Winler Concerl. Zimmerman, Marcia Hulsman, Valerie Carlin, Sherry Fuqell, Dixie Jackson. Bb Cornet: lvlack Slrasser, Chris Schaller, John Riley, Bill Search, Bill Sando, Tim Norris, Claude Van Orden. Brel Braden, Sue Flouseworlh, Pele Graybill. Baritone Saxophone: Jim Leakas. Tenor Saxophone: Don Roberts. French Horn: Larry Lealherman, Janice Reynolds, Randi lvlclntyre. Saxophone: Deborah Riley, Sleve Sarlin. Eb Allo Saxophone: Doug l-lorne, Jell Winter Concert George Roberls, professional lrom- bonisl, made a special guesl appearance al lhe annual Winler Concerl. lvlr. Rob- erls began playing prolessionally al lour- leen. Aller sludying in Los Angeles, he loured wilh various orcheslras includ- ing Gene Krupa's and Slan Kenlon's. Music concerls and guesl appearances served as a parl ol lhe many aclivilies in which Symphonic Band parlicipaled. Under lhe clireclion ol Mr. Wesley l-laines, band members exhibiled lheir talents in various lypes ol compelilion. Consisling ol a lamily ol woodwincls, brass. and percussion inslrumenls, lhe Symphonic Band perlormed a diversilied seleclion ol music ranging lrom class- ical lo conlemporary. lvlr. David Fink- ham assisled lvlr. Wesley l-laines in pre- paring lor lhe various season concerls. To parlicipale in Symphonic Band, slu- denls musl exhibil an inleresl in lhe music lield and then gualily on lhe basis ol perlormance. Preparalion lor dislricl and slale compelilion served as an impelus loward perleclion. Trace, Chuck Slemple. Percussion: Galen Emery, Judi Darling, William Awsumb, lvlike Jones, Dave While. Rick Allred, Terry Flavin, Jerry Evans, Tim Whilaker. Tuba: Bob Ulrich, Kerry Lawson, Jerry Besancency, Philip Smilh, Marc Slauler. Slring Bass: Fred Clawson. Barilone: Sleve Simpson, Richard Brannen. Euphonium: Bob Preuss. Trombone: Skip l-libbs. Barney Richarsson, Bob Telcher, Alan Schrager. FirsT Violins: PaTTy Cook, Becky DeTrick, Mary Dinsmore, Linda Parker, Gloria ShanTz, Judy WheaTon, Alan WilliamiTis, Karen York. Second Violins: Liz Ferguson, Mary Fink, Pam HasTings, Phyllis Jackson, Lynn Judge. Vicky Korosei, Dianne KurTz, Dianna PeTry, Dale Robbins. Violas: BerTha Geoghegan, Julia Roach, Gail Wagner, Henry Young. Cellos: Mary GilberT, Diane Krieger, Dave Offensend. Ronald WilliamiTis. Basses: Mike Knoblock, Fred Lawson, RoberT Ulrich. Piano: STeve WiTTman. French Horns: Larry LeaTherman, Randolyn MclnTyre, JudiTh PaTrick, Janice Reynolds. Trumpefs: BreTly Braden, Susan HouseworTh, Claude Van Orden. FluTes: Marcia Hulsman, KaTe Riley, Debra Zimmerman. Oboes: Cindy Hahn, Donna Taylor. ClarineTs: Alan Kemp, Rick Thomas. Bassoon: Sue Hanlin, Dave Kesling. Bass ClarineT: Ron Holden. Trombones: David BeiTzel, PeTer HamilTon, Nelson Hinds. Tuba: Kerry Lawson. Percussion: Judy Darling, Galen Emery, Terry Flaven, Michael Jones. Orchestra presents concert for area's sixth-graders ConcenTraTing on The music placed before aT The concerT presenTed Tor sixTh-graders Them, dedicaTed orchesTra members perform To promoTe inTeresT in music aT lower levels. ln order To promoTe young people's inTeresT in music and musical insTru- menTs, The orchesTra presenTed a con- cerT Tor This area's sixTh graders. SelecTions Tor The program ranged Trom popular To classical numbers. Climaxing iTs winTer season, The or- chesTra presenTed The annual winTer concerT. They performed a wide varieTy of numbers including "Hungarian Dance No. 5" by Johannes Brahms and selec- Tions Trom "CameloT" by lyricisT Alan Lerner and musician Frederick Loewe. HighlighTing The year, The orchesTra parTicipaTed in The musical "CameloT." OrchesTra members spenT many monThs perTecTing The score beTore pracTicing wiTh The acTors. OrchesTra direcTor Mr. Donald DeTrick and chorus direcTor Mr. Gene Seeberger exhibiTed paTience and skill in direcTing The producTion, Those WesTonians chosen To represenT The school in The Regional OrchesTra included Julia Roach, Gloria ShanTz, Linda Parker, Pamela HasTings, Becky DeTrick, PaTricia Cook, Fred Lawson, David BeiTzel, Mary Anne Gilbert Karen Sue York, and Dave OTTensend. Those musicians chosen To represenT FairmonT WesT's Music DeparTmenT in The STaTe OrchesTra included Rebecca DeTrick, David BeiTzel, and PaTTy'Cook. Wafching lhe direcfor carefully, bass clar- inef player Ronald l-lolden sirives lo play his difliculf insfrumenf correcfly while performing al' fhe annual winier concerf. Sfrivinq for appropriafe in'rerprel'a+ion of The score, orchesfra direcfor Mr. Donald Delriclc carefully direcfs +he members of The orcheslra al The annual winfer concerl. W Firsl violinisfs, iunior Becky Delrlclc and menf of "Camelo+" during +he chorus and or- senior Karen Yorlc, perform a musical arrange- chesfra winfer concerl' held in February. Area music direcfors loin 'logelher +0 arouse posed of local elemenlary sludenls during an laughfer and inferesl' from fhe audience com- assembly held al' Fairmonl Wes? audiforium. gerson ia as ,. E .,, :F iii ii 2 MIXED CHORUS-FronT Row: MargareT Wun- der, Mary D. Snyder, Lynn Moering, Karen Sims, Leslie Snyder, Beverly Ruekel, KaThy Brown, Carol Bowman, STephanie Schonshock, Susan Hovey, Linda Combs, Linda Frazier, PaTTy Zenner, Vera ZiTzke. Row 2: Karla WhiTe- man, KaThy Banks, Nancy Derke, Alane SmiTh, Gunvar Lahr, Kay BuTke, Pamela Kemp, Bonnie Schonsheck, Barb RueT, Chris Davis, Maggie Evans, STella Zonars, Sue Hanlin, PaTricia Dahlman, Bobbie Belion, Vickie Youngman, PaT Begley, Gail Sollenberger, PaTsy Paddock. Row 3 Kohler, ScoTT Maeder, Dianne CarpenTer, Lynn Joyce Vance, Cindy Hahn, Debby Thy- Allyn Wallace, Ann Bains, M arilyn Kershner, Sue Banks, Marcia Hulsman, Cindy Williams, Barbara Hahn, Sarah Elder, KaThy PresTon, Vickie Madole, Bobbie ReTTer, Gina Bishop, Becky Morgan, JaneT ProTTiTT, Judy Hanauer. Row 4: Danny Rogers, STeve Dicke, Dan HeTTner, Terry Wilson, Bill Zimmerman, Bruce Schaeublin, Tim Norris, Wayne Hammer, Bob Nelson, Jeff Linsker, Paul Rembold, Bill Lewis, Bruce HuTTer, Mark Bradford, William Gray, Mark STauTer, Bob Shannon, Bill Ryan. Chuck Dunnick, Gary KnighT, Doug Conrads, Brad WaTson, STeve Brahm, Becky CarpenTer, Pam Medley. Row 5: Rick McCoy, Howie'SmiTh, Kevin Kilbane, Dave Gardner, Mike Finegold, Jim STamus, James HaThaway, Kirk Meadows, Rick Kohler, Phil Davis, Greg Land, RoberT Ruckman, James Howard, Ron Sherwood, Dave TriTch, Chris Argires, Henry Pryor, Gary SmiTh, Ron Flora, Mark Brainard, Paul Vali- queTTe, Rich Bowden, Mike Slusser, Libby Caudill, Gail WhiTaker. Mixed Chorus performs at pre-Christmas Songfest FirsT sopranos oT The mixed chorus sTrain of The many unique musical arrangemenTs To masTer The cliTTiculT high noTes in one selecTed by direcTor. Mr. Gene Seeberger. This songTesT iniTiaTed several ex- cursions during The holiday season. OThers included a performance Tor The Cen+erville RoTary Club and a special ChrisTmas assembly Tor The school. Once again The FairmonT WesT Chorus aTTended The annual lighTing ceremony oT The ChrisTmas Tree aT Town and CounTry Shopping CenTer. Spring commiTmenTs included, among oThers, The Tour nighT producTion oT The opereTTa, "Cam-eloT." All members OT The chorus parTicipaTed. Under The direcTion of Mr. Gene Seeberger, boTh The mixed and The girls' chorus esTablished a Tine repuTa- Tion around campus. TogeTher They con- Tinued To receive superior raTings aT The disTricT and The sTaTe conTesTs. Adding The Teminine Touch To WesT's music deparTmenT This year, Miss Linda WhiTeside acTed as Mr. Seebergerls sTudenT Teacher. She direcTed The girls' chorus and aided Mr. Seeberger in lead- ing The mixed chorus in iTs rendiTions. Through The careful selecTion oT Mr. Gene Seeberger, The chorus' reperToire included such music as "The CreaTion", "Carol Ye", and "My ETernal King". Concenlraling on 'rhe music before her, slu- denl leacher Miss Linda Whileside experlly GlRLS' CHORUS-Froni' Row: Sue Lewis. Dianne Hailslaedl, Susan Brusl, Kris O'Rourlce, Cyd Brower, Nancy Boise, Joyce Wall, Cindy Karns, lrene Chrisloli, Karen Blume, Janice Siler, Sharon Nangle. Row 2: Margie Jenlcins, Sharon Cooper, Susan Brown, Debbie l-ludson, Debbie Alce, Debbie Miller, Polly Brodriclc, Robin Harris, Lynell Graham, Theresa Slern- accompanies fhe mixed chorus on lhe piano while Margie Wunder helps by Turning pages. berg, Dianne Weiland, Suzelle Swanlc, Kalhy Taylor, Julie Rubin, Debbie Oeuvrard, Jill Care per, Cecelia l-leirm'n. Row 3: Carol Marlin, Nancy Carler, Pamela Miller, Peggy Reagan, Carol Gruber, Mary Fauble, Chrisiine Emplce, Anneffe Argue, Cindy Myers, Debbie Lorlon, Parry Vendl, Dee l-lorrell, Nancy Schneider, Kalhleen Dils, Linda Oelers, Connie Mullen, Hoping for a plaque signifying firsr place al +he annual slafe music conlesf, direclor Gene Seeberger demands perfeclion from his chorus members as lhey praclice a seleclion. Linda McSherry. Row 4: June Ann McConlcey, Connie Ballard, Pamela Puls, Glenda Barnes, Georgeene McClellan, Marilyn Blesi, Brenda Pallon, Mary Barlcalow, Lean l-lullman, Leslie Willell, Kim Flanagan, Susan Sexlon, Ginny Sando, Deb Savage, Jan Lulce, Paula l-lillan, Robin Gilbert Mary Dinsmore. Audio-Visual department purchases useful equipment Proudly inspecting the school's new closed- circuit television equipment, Roger Lyons, TEACHERS' STUDENT SECRETARIES-Front Row: Andrea Christ, Susan Spellmeyer, Ann Bartlett, Linnea Bratle, Vickie Quantz, Patty Brian Balthrop, Gregg Gilkey. Brad Allred. and Mike Knoblock prepare it tor class use. Nazak. Debbie Lorton. Row 2: Janice Rey- nolds, Patty Monschke, Sue Watson, Yolande Fulton. Row 3: Peg Winks, Sue Mastriana, Under the supervision ot Mr. Wiley Graham, the Audio-Visual department purchased new tilming equipment this year. Available tor'any teacher's use, this new equipment consisted ot a tape recorder, a monitor, and a camera. Using these educational devices, the crew tilmed Congressman Charles Wha- len's visit to the school, class play re- hearsals, and interscholastic hockey. ln the units, the hall monitors had the responsibilities ot checking hall passes and delivering library passes. ln the main ottice, the monitors ran errands tor the administrators and the secretaries, passed out absence lists, delivered outside mail to the units, and aided visitors to the school by an- swering questions and giving directions. Girls who acted as teachers' student secretaries assisted in typing tests, grad- ing papers, and running errands. Bookstore workers in each unit aided the students by stocking and selling needed school supplies. These workers came to school early every morning and relinquished their study halls and much ot their lunch periods to sell these supplies to their tellow students. Sandy Owen, Nancy l-ledden. Carolyn Moline, Brenda Feeback, Ruth Sexton. H ...s l "Reaching" for a vicrory againsl arch-rival Chaminade. hall monilor Par O'Rourlce places The schedule for 'rhe coming week on ihe bul- lefin boards in each building on fhe campus. HALL MONITORS-Froni' Row: Linda Sue Meuser, Sfephanie Haberer. Karla Whifeman, Karen Hanner, Brenda Feebaclc, Debbie Gross, Mike Allodi. Row 2: Diane Reinlce. Diane Kefzel. Boolcsfore workers Claudia Schneider, Carol Niehus, Anne Roberison. Debby Pyper, Terri Linda Richardson, Riclc Scoll, Gary Hulron, Scofr Maeder. Row 3: Dave Scudder, Roberl' Todd, Rick Boulfer, Ronny Madlinger, Craig Berry, Denny Dellinger, Greg Edwards, Jim Sfernberg, and Kim lrelan provide needed school supplies 'ro Fairmonl Wes? srudenfs. Howard. Row 4: Frank Trippeff. Phil Smifh, Dave Gardner, Gregory Day. Rich Hillgruber, Roberr Day, Bruce Byinglon. Edward Rike, Phillip Davis. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-From' Row: Margo Mc- Row 3: Barb Collins, Lillian Trippell, Jim Tiglne, Judy Hanauer, Diane Wood, Jan Grisso. Lallnam, Regina Bislnop. Row 2: Roni Twigq. Juanila Jones. Paula Powell. LAB ASSISTANTS-Fronl Row: Ann Maess, Sue Row 3: Brian Rogers. Donald Rernnanl, Daniel Slanlon, Helen LeMay. Debbie Galob. Row 2: Barber, Rick Weber. Julian Rasor. Madeline Molmanco, Carol Fisk. 2 l Main office sludenl allendance monilors Jan Van Zanl, and Melissa Brown. clisenlangle leaclwers' records by compiling lhe absenfee lisls during lheir firsf period sludy hall. Student body relinquishes time to assist teachers STAGE CREW: Glenn Yancy, Dennis Weaver, Charlie Monnin, and Bob Raney prove they STUDENT OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Front Row: Jeanne Mahtouz, Carol Mayer, Kathy Brown, Steve Utz, Karla Whitman, Nancy Carter, Sue Culbertson. Row 2: Linda Meuser, Leslie William- are vital to West dramatic productions as they paint scenery and construct props. son, Bobbie Ritter, Sherry I-lill, Gayle Shepherd, Kay Butcke. Row 3: Betsy Ashmun, Georgeene McClellan, Debby Zimmerman, Sue Gruber, Sharon Rinehart, Nancy Neubert. Row 4: Fat By relinguishing their study hall time many West students provided et- ticient service to the taculty and ad- ministration this year. Through hours ot hard work, these assistants served voluntarily throughout the buildings. Library assistants 'pertormed supple- mentary tasks by checking out and al- phabetizing books. These responsibilities provided extra time tor the librarians. Lab assistants cooperated with the science teachers by readying the ap- paratus used in conducting experiments. They also helped arrange equipment. Through much time and ettort, the stage crew, a vital part ot West's dra- matic productions, cooperated with the speech department constructing props. Student attendance monitors, atter collecting absent slips during announce- ments, compiled the absentee list so as to help simplity teachers' records. Tasks such as running errands and answering the telephone constituted the responsibilities ot the student ottice assistants. These chores allowed sec- retaries time to handle other business. Baines, Barbara Butt. Sandy Coulles, Beverly Thornhill, Patty Strathearn, Judy Sommer, Diane Reinke. V f J Awarded lwo poinls by referee Slamafis Bulu- his Wayne opponenl info posifion for a pin qaris, senior qrappler Dean French maneuvers as ihe Wesl' wresfling Team defeals Wayne. Acling from an inward spring A+ 1'l1e sound of a whislle, Shifling lhe slubborn ounces Of an opponen+'s weighl, Driving lhe ball lhrough a Maze of 'lurbuleni' flesh, Focusing on viclory by Unharnessing 'lhe energy Of muscle and soul. Par'I'ly by le'Hing go- Par'l'ly by leHing go Balancing 'I'l1e weighl' Of sporismanship Anal compe'I'i+ion- Herifage of Sporls. Polishing his slill ring rouiine lor com- pefifion, iuriior qymnasl' John Dieierle per- fecis his handsiand before alfempiing lhe srraining difficuliy of ihe olympic cross. West's tough ottensive line, headed by iun- ior guard Ted Linebaugh and senior center Front Row: Greg Kling, Mike Finegold, John Mattingly, Dave Vendt, Norm Strobino, Bob Kohl, Gary Knight, Dick DeLater, Dave Smith, Roger Sachleben, Dave Shoemacher, Mike Slus- ser. Row 2: Jack Davidson, Steve Miles, Pete Luthor, Nick Becker, Rick Boulter, Mike Nolan, Larry Cecil, Dean Jackson, Steve Lowery, Bob Royer, John Drayton, Jim Stamas. Row 3: Dave John Mattingly, drop opposing quarterback tor loss during play against Wayne Warriors. Noble, Douq Shaetter, Tom Kerner, Steve Ma- loon, Scott Price, Jim Malone, Dave Schubeler, Ted Linebaugh, Jim Minnich, John Neville, Steve Whitehead, Gary Shartle. Row 4: Terry Springer, Jett Gochoel, Garth Anderson, Gary Stacey, Gary Lewis, Ron Sherwood, Chuck Dunnick, John Ward, Rick Kohler, Randy Kronar, Tom Grady, Steve Helrner. Row 5: Dave Hil- Football West takes third in WOL under returning coach West tinished third in Western Ohio League tor i968 season. Gridders post- ed a tinal 6-4 record. Mr. Richard Hoppe returned as head tootball coach atter a three-year interim. Nucleus ot the Dragon gridders consisted ot two returning starters, sen- ior haltback Norm Strobino and senior center John Mattingly. Surprising gridders almost won the W.O.L. by overwhelming their tirst six league opponents. However, losses to Xenia, Stebbins, and Beavercreek killed West's hopes tor a league title. End ot the I968 season tound tour men on the all-league team: Norm Stro- bino at haltbackg Nick Becker, tullbaclc Chris Pancoast, detensive satetyq and Dean Jackson, ottensive guard. dreth, Murle Stewart, Steve Dicke, Mark Ely, Tim Snyder, Jett Wray, John Binning, Don Grass, Jett Stump, John Hollins, Ray Keyton, Kent Britton, Mike Dunmeyer, Mike Matta. Row 6: Bill Rayburg, Bob Trittin, Dari Ankney, Jim Micklos, Bob Koller, Dan Woods, Bruce Shock, Tom Melson, Steve Blake, Bill Weeks, Brad Buekert. Row 7: Tim Ireland, Wally Finninger. r so a359?QsoRrD fi I 1C5PP0 N ENT' 1 mL VL LV,Li S 22 1 -lYk A , LLm,. , h L, ms,. of ehsw i L51 srr s iff s 21 Z 7 wrhsr srsssi V-f, ,- ssrs ssrrs r ' or s I 8g ,-kVV ,:r. K K l ..-k, VV.,,. ,,kk,V , f , ,. .W ,. ,, ,r': .:'.: f s 16 I8 rs 0 L22 20 Junior Nick Becker hauls four of Wesr's foes fo show why he was vofed mos? valuable Pefe Lufher, Norm Sfrobino. and Dave Vendf Dragons deep info opponenfs +errHory as combine +heir afhleiic abilify 'ro help drive Wesi' goes on +o Mace fhird in fhe league offensive beck and io show how he rushed for nearly a Jrhousand yards during +he season. Crashing fhrough seemingly unbeafable bar- way fhrough Fairmonf Easf's defensive line as riers Dragon fullback Nick Becker bulldozes Dick Del.afer fhrows a lasf-second block. Chris Pancoasf refurns one of his fhree im- linebacker Rick Boulfer leads inferference fo porfanf infercepfions for Wesf as middle gef fhose few exfra yards for Wesf during i i Af fhe end of fhe firsf period of fhe Fairborn game Dragon halfback Dick DeLafer makes a crucial cafch of a Roger Sachleben bullef pass fhaf sefs up a Fairrnonf Wesf fouchdown. defeaf of W.O.L. fearn Fairborn proving fheir value fo Wesf's sfrong defensive feam. l As deiecTed Fairborn Flyers look on in exas- referees in claiming anoTher six poinTs Tor BoulTer dives inTo The end zone Tor a TourTh perahon Dragon gridders assisT omnipoTenT The WesT side oT The scoreboard aTTer Rick quarTer score ThaT sews up The game Tor WesT. Fairmont Dragons bounce back from defeat by Top-ranked Alter MeeTing crossTown-rival Archbishop AlTer in The opener Tor The second Time in as many seasons, WesT hoped To hand an upseT To The sTaTe-ranked KnighTs. Leading aT The halT Time, WesT almosT proved The pre-season predicTions wrong and really gave The crowd Their money's worTh. l-lowever, The Dragons were over- powered by AlTer's big line and seasoned players and were deTeaTed by The slim margin oT Tive poinTs, I8-I3. Recovering Trom The opening loss, new head coach Richard l-loppe pulled To- geTher a relaTively inexperienced Team To win six sTraighT, all W.O.L. games. Dragon gridders rebounded wiTh spiriT and enThusiasm To beaT Springicield NorTh in Their TirsT game againsT a WesTern Ohio League Team. They goT OTT To a good sTarT in league play, win- ning 28-22 as iunior Nick Becker scored Tour imporTanT Touchdowns. Fired up by The Trills, Thrills, and ex- ciTemenT of spiriT week, WesT Dragons meT famed arch-Toe FairmonT EasT in a classic baTTle VVesT has never losT. WiTh The pin-poinT passing oT Roger Sachle- ben and The reliable hands oT Mike Finegold, WesT won easily, 27-8. WesT sTood nexT againsT Troy who played Tor The TirsT Time in The W.O.l.. WesT easily won The vicTory, 30-6. EncounTering CenTerville also Tor The TirsT Time in W.O.L. play, FairmonT WesT relied on a Norm STrobino-To-Mike Finegold TourTh quarTer scoring bomb To squeeze by The Elks 2l-l8. WesT easily did away wiTh The weak Fairborn Flyers, winning 26-6 on Touch- downs by Roger Sachleben. Norm STro- bino, Nick Becker, and Rick BoulTer. lv1eeTing Wayne Warriors in The home- coming game Tor The second sTraighT year, WesT puT To use iTs now-sharpened oTTensive and defensive prowess. CoordinaTing The running and passing aTTack. Dragons pleased The alumni by shuTTing ouT The Warriors 26-O on Touch- downs by Jim Malone, Norm STrobino, and Two Touchdowns by Nick Becker. Dragon guarTerback Roger Sachleben cuTs To The inside To escape FairmonT EasT's PaT KunTz and To gain valuable yardage in The ex- plosive war beTween KeTTering arch-rivals. 4 1 V i WQL rifle hopes fqde qs Dragon Eiimiiiss?'imiriiygguilt?53355 gridclers drop final Three bouts As The TasTe of a Wesfern Ohio League vicTory grew sTrong in The mouThs of many WesTonians, consecu- Tive losses To Xenia, STebbins and Bea- vercreek quickly Turned ThaT TasTe sour. WiTh WOT. fever running inf high gear afTer six sTraighT vicTories, The perfecT league record of The Dragons wenT on The line againsf The Xenia squad. WiTh Two quick scores on a run by Nick Becker and a Sachleben-To- Finegold pass, WesT hiT paydirT firsf. Xenia's Buccaneers foughf back for one Touchdown. However, a Third Dra- gon score senT boTh Teams To The lock- ers aT half wiTh WesT on Top, I8-6. WesT's second half aT Xenia proved To be a sad one for The Dragons. BoTh defense and offense of The Buccaneers sharpened and WesT could noT score The resT of The way. WiTh Two second- half Touchdowns, Xenia inched ahead as The Dragons suffered a 22-I8 loss. As if The IasT half of The Xenia baT- Tle was an omen of Things To come, WesT's sTarTers simply could noT geT sTarTed as Sfebbins compleTely sTamped ouT The Dragon bid for aT leasT a share of The WOL TiTle by handing Fairmonf WesT a disappoinfing 22-8 defeaf. BoTh defense and offense of The grid- ders falfered and The Team failed To keep up iTs previously high qualify of fooTball. As a resulT, Sfebbins ran circles around WesT's varsiTy. WiTh only a spoiler's role To look for- ward To aT The season's finale wiTh pre- viously unbeaTen Beavercreek, WesT wenT afTer The league leaders hoping To creaTe a miracle and rob The Beavers of a perfecf season record. On a cold Friday nighT ThaT ended wiTh The Beavers on Top, many miscues by The Dragon offense overshadowed a defensive efforT as WesT found few openings possible for addifional gain. WhaT openings ThaT did occur van- ished as fumbles gave The Beavercreek Beavers The necessary breaks They need- ed To win The game 20-6. WiTh ThaT loss, WesT ended The sea- son wiTh a respecfable 6-4 record. lineman, senior quarferback Roger Sachle- ben drives forward To a needed firsf down. Through constant practice Tim Bridges has built his endurance to maintain his race- winning style and keep his position as the most outstanding runner ot the OC. Riders. Cross-Country Dragon Cross-Country team takes second place in 1968 district meet Starting its season by winning its tirst three meets, Fairmont West's Cross- Country team threatened to run away with honors in the Dayton area. l-iowever, losses to Troy and powertui Chaminade showed West harriers that big meets such as the Miami Invitational and the District were not to be cinched. West Dragons took a sixth-place show- ing in the Miami -invitational and re- bounded to take third in the tri-state Loweil Thomas lnvitational. Dragons made a surprise showing at the Dayton District meet placing second only to Chaminade, the margin ot vic- tory being a mere three points. One very tough and important dual meet was with determined Springtield North. Dragon Harriers, led by Tim Bridges who took tirst. held on tor a 27-28 win over strong rival North. Coach Robert Kritzer gives moral support to team betore Fairmont West's important meet West's biggest dual meet was a 27-28 loss to Chaminade. Chaminade had won the Miami invitational and the District. although placing titth in the Regional. West's C.C. Riders was the name giv- en to the Cross-Country team this year and set Ott an enormous boost in spirit in the student body and the team. This spirit led to a good season tor the C.C. Riders as demonstrated by their placing second in the District. Fairmont West's runners met tough competition in the Western Ohio League and Regional meets. West tinished third in the league meet and placed a dis- appointing eighth in the Regional which had a tield ot twelve teams. Western Ohio League runners placing tirst, second, and third in the Regional proved the tough competition taced by West Harriers in league meets. with highly-ranked Chaminade who squeezed out West's harriers by margin ot one point. lmmedialely afler The slarling gun caplain Wes+'s sfrong harriers lo a fasf pace and Paul Wrighl's powerful bursl of speed leads subsequenl' vicrory over The Fairborn Flyers an ,lree he ee r reeeeee M rree aiRaEClORD+5 h h , I 5 . re,r M M, rerrr er erl M ' 1550 hr 7 re. A, 1 20 , , - M -391 ,gg ee he , r r M e M A ".. 2,74 A V e in fa aell M r ee rer eere e ereer reere Q ,S . ,, - k.ff-,',,1:,,Y Y ,'.'.1:.,".'ki K .. - rre ' reeeee - errl eere 39fi1f eree re lee M e ii aaeri 1523 errre Q relrl ii ralri err Fronf Row: Mark l-lammel, Sieve Callahan, Doug Myers, Dan Barber. Row 3: Paul Milchell, Kfiller- Rovf 45 BQUC9 BYl"'Ql'On' l-GUY GWVBS Greg Goodman, Dan Grass. Row 2: Roy McKay, Mike Bridgeman, Tom Swarlzel, Brel Braden, Mllfe DGVIS- R'Cl1 Wall. Paul WV'Qllf Dean Clemm, Dave Younlcman, Bill Parker. Randy Hesrer, Tim Bridges, Coach Roberf Fall Sports Banguet Sports Banquet honors athletes' seasonal effort As the tall sport-season came to an end the tollowing athletes received the traditional "F" trophies at the I968 Fall Sports Banquet: Cross-Country: Most improved ...... Paul Mitchell Most valuable ........ Tim Bridges Football: Best defensive back. .Norm Strobino Best ottensive back .... Nick Becker Most improved .... Roger Sachleben Most coachable ........ Bob Kohl Best detensive lineman . . Dave Vendt Best ottensive lineman. .Dean Jackson Most spirited ........ Mike Slusser IlO'X, .......... . . Dick DeLater Dragon Dave Vendt beams with pride and ap- Hoppe presents to him a trophy signifying ' I . preciation as West football coach Richard best defensive lineman tor the '68 season. Band-Aid award ...... RlCk Boulter Fall TrOpl'1y WinnGrS-Front ROW! Tim Bridges. Bob Kohl, Dave Vendt. Row 2: Mike Slusser, Nick Becker. Rick Boulter. Dean Jackson. Paul MllCt16ll. Roger S5ClWlel39Fl- DlCli Del-filer. Bruce Byington. Marc Jewell, Norm Strobino, Cheerleaders Girls attend UC clinic and camp in Bainbridge LasT summer FairmonT WesT's varsiTy cheerleaders aTTendecl a cheerleading camp in Bainbridge, Ohio. Ohio Univer- siTy cheerleaders enlighTened The group abouT new Techniques and innovaTions used in cheerleading Today. One SaTurday in OcToloer The girls aTTended The UniversiTy oT CincinnaTi cheerleading clinic where They TaughT oThers some of The WesT cheers. In weekly spiriT meeTings, The girls planned spiriT marches and oTher evenTs. During a vilal WOL game played on The Dra- gons' home,courT, senior cheerleaders Mari- lyn Blesi and KaThy Finke urge The crowd To yell Their loudesT in supporT oT The Team. WINTER CHEERLEADERS: Ginny Sando. Linda Marquardt Pam McCoppin, Marilyn Blesi, cap- Tain KaThy Finke, Jan NolTe. FALL CHEERLEADERS-Fronl' Row: Sue WaT- Lynne Wagner Row 3 Dianne Wood Jan son, Becky Spahr. Row 2: Sue Bru'sT, capTain Windsor RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-FronT Row: Denise Bar l-loplcins Lillian TrippeTT Maureen CaTon, Barb Trimborn, Liz Ferguson. Row 2: McDermoTT i r V u I i r I Froni' Row: Bill Draislcer. manager: Melvin Hill. Sieve Kisling, John Peyfon, Richard l Dragons capture second in WOLp end season 'IO-9 M57 C C 3545Slfsiiififf Q50 if if iff ilsii -Qfflfiffl ifflilillsiB9slsf51iC5f5il1 nsn a sk 5 asn A 1 sasaana C 153 ssaas 1481 asnass xy saaa J iiicshsmxlnsasiiiilgisi g, i s1il Ea ff: aaesae Z i5sPfslsUiQfield 4 is snnls 9 l6l3ff: no YJs E?5lSl-J l ff ansa fllf ff 1 ensa is m,.,: 33,,s5! Vih s lz, ., ii, if sya, nV,a J L, n,aV nQhi a 'noh '1s ie C flf50l55 iff is S 1 snssi. ion ' s - s nass eaaa Yf 'nsa 69::ilififi-is .snn ss i ag: aaena 5 aaee sse e 1 J saa Q C7513gg i gEj n sn fffifff s a fililfigl Vriy S '.,k so assasas nsnee' asaa ssaa s a as l nssn 51,5 ns n iii? asaan 1 anssaanaa ansa s is s ssa asaa Bowden, Jim Malone. Tim Moran. Coach Wil- Servis, Chris Pancoash James Labarr, Bob liam Kaylor. Row 2: Nick Becker. Roberf Royer, Pele Lufher. Bill Merrell. Junior cenler Bob Royer, 32, displays his lhe baslce+ for +wo much-needed poinls as usual agilify as he shoves The ball info leammale Chris Pancoasl' prepares lo rebound. Opposiiez Excilemenr in fension-filled con- and CVOWd in H16 UHFVGFSHY of DGyl'On field- lesi' againsi- Fairmonl' Ea5+ engulfs players house as 'rhe second-half proceedings begin. During a break in The acTion, Coach Kaylor a seT of TorThcoming plays ThaT could mean in a young WesTern Ohio League Trophy race huddles his squad To plan The sTraTegy Tor The diTTerence beTween a vicTory or a loss ThaT has already had iTs share of Thrills. Following an imporTanT WesT baslceT, Dragon PancoasT husTle down The courT To Till ouT W varsiTy Team-members PeTe LuTher and Chris Their defensive posTs againsT The Falcons. l T fclulisp wins first two WOL bouts ATTer dropping Two ouT oT Their opening Three games, The Dragon cagers ToughT baclc To deTeaT The opposiTion in WesT's TirsT Two WQL maTches. ATTer an opening loss To WilmingTon by a score oT 60-58, WesT gained mo- rnenTum by beaTing BelmonT, 67-63. Ris- ing spiriTs were Then sTiTled again as Chaminade Trampled WesT, 6l-48. WiTh The TirsT game in The rough WOL approaching, The Dragons pulled Their young and inexperienced baskeTball Team TogeTher and sTunned SpringTield NorTh in an exciTing game, 59-54. In anoTher classic FasT-WesT baTTle, also a league game, FairmonT FasT'S Falcons were no rnaTch Tor The Dragons as a 68-54 vicTory broughT WesTern Ohio League Tever baclc To FairmonT WesT. l , ,W i Junior forward Bob Servis calches a sleep- ing Wilmingfon defense wilh a corner shof, increasing Wes+'s rally by iwo poinis in a Aleri Dragon Mel Hill lceeps a close check of preveniing a possible Easl score which 'Failing aHemp+ To caich ihe Hurricanes. on a wary Fairmoni Easi Falcon wifh hopes mighl' endanger an impending Wesi' viciory l I VY Jumping high above Springfield Nor'rh's de- fenders. Dragon Pele Luiher fakes careful g er Q o pass or ri e in esfs irsi encouni- aim before releasing one of his many per- Royer finds himself irapped wifh no place er wilh a Wesiern Ohio League rival ream. fed shols in a viciory over Jrhe Panlhers. Surrounded by Panlhers, Dra on ceni' B b T d'bbl ' W ' f .5 . S X X 'X Rx NK ff, is Z f I, 'mn 3, 1 VX Sludy of awesome Dragon conceniralion proves as Coach William Kaylor, sided by assislanf infense dedicalion of Fairmonl' Wes+'s squad Coach Charles Morgan and iunior forward Pele Lulher, ponders his game slraleqy during Fairmonl East game al Daylon Fieldhouse. Juniors Bolo Rover, 32, and Bob Service, 30, loallle Cenlerville rebounders as Fairmonl Wesl' goes on lo score 74 poinls in lhe firsl of lhe crucial Weslern Ohio League upsels. Reserve's record not indicative of potential, ability Despite losing twelve out ot its season total ot sixteen games, Fair- mont West's reserve basketball team showed much depth and ability. West lost six ot its games by a total mar- gin ot eighteen points. Led by Coach Charles Morgan, the Dragons scored their biggest margin ot victory over Fairview, 65-45. They also edged out their biggest rival ot the year, Fairmont Fast, 44-34, at the Uni- versity ot Dayton tieldhouse. Other Dragon victories came over Bel- mont, 6O-48, and Stebbins, 33-27. Typi- cal ot their many close games, reserves lost the last game ot the season to . . . I Amid the towering detense ot the Xenia Buc- the boards and draws the toul by timing his iVllamISburg In an overtime, 4l-42. caneers, Carl Ritter rips the rebound trom iump as he torces the ball back up tor two. Front Row: Skip l-libbs, manager: Jim Schiem- Weeks, Steve Stork, Tim ireland, Bill Maris, mer. Jim Weitthott, Tim Snyder, Tom Melson, Jim Micklos, Carl Ritter. Jim Price, Coach Charles Morgan. Row 2: Bill gsm t fm sv. ,gi , if Reserve cenler Carl Riller drives flnrouqh up will-I 5 baglqei- +0 boesl The Draqon score 'llmree of Xenia's defensive men, following in ei rough WOL game againsl Jrlie Buccaneers Compelinq againsl Xenia Buccaneers, Wesl's up-and-cominq reserves wage anollner losing baffle despile llwe slwoolinq of Sophomore Jim Sclwlemmer, 40, who lnils from lop ol The lcey. cive r REcoRD ciei FA!ceRMrQNTe cWEST i OPPONENT i Wiirmngfone e 54 KQV-I ',meVr' jgg ,i'f,'1BeilmOn+I ' 48 c erlll i lili iiyic ifclia-rninecle 50 146 3vci1 spfenglfaQ1dr Norrlw 74 1 f civc r F5 sirm5p+ieEaS+ 34 L i"h, 45 e'1 hc ' 3 ' Trey i-1lV.e ' 52 ii i i'i' 'i'i, V Cein-lerville V 44- 'p:f ColenelZWhile r 48 . V , 55 - ilzairluorn 70 e i Waiyhnell l 55 343' rrlil 0 ie'i L we 347 41 ' ' 57 i 1 iiii v5febbihSiii 27 i"i.i j2l'Beavercreelc Sl 355 nirafmgw' 45 ii Vri- ffl ' b Miendisburg 42 S+ar'ring 'lhis period from fhe 'down' posi- i lion, senior Bob Williams and his opponeni each fry To qe+ ihe besl hold on each olher as iheir maich nears ihe final 'Few seconds. Wifh ihe applicaiion of several sfraiegic an imporfanl' aclvanlage on his opposilion by moves. senior wresller, Rick Boulfer gains forcing lhe 'Foe info a precarious posilion. Senior heavyweight Greg Kling forces his near pin which adds fhree more poinis io opponenl' io +he mai' as he accomplishes a The Dragon's margin of viciory over Wayne or-REC9RD+.u i is 'iFf'S'RMQNT' WEST5 QOPPONENT Chaingimadeiu siii 3 gs ' 28 ?psivcsWavne7y'l f scsc as i'V,g-sg g Nol"ll1mOn1f'2' i'g' ILiIa8'1'i c is i i 1 vahaallfaaaiiyeifiii 25 K K kV,h K .ki-k. ksV'V, s 25j5 Qgcenniefyciifcergg. ' 1 yccya , slsi 24 iilic Sfebibiif ssrlii siis csii rcsl 1 yilfjliissflooiseveliiis 1 isysci c V is . l1l'i'rhi 2QQS,1fehbins,'lnviilaiionals i i,,, i 7' ilrsf ,g'- Wes? i , 1 i . i gi4'rhI 'sni csrci' 1 ililW5Si+ernilOhiocl.ea'gueff if l 59515 Dwi is as xg 1S1a'+eg+Bab,lWilliaims r C Wrestling Grapplers take second in tough WOL title race Opening the season with a trio ot wins, the Dragon wrestling team, led by a strong senior squad, met with ups and downs but eventually emerged with a 6-3 record and a second-place show- ing in the Western Ohio League race. Starting strong, the Dragons over- came Chaminacle, Wayne, and Fairmont East by scores ot 39-6, 28-I7, and 27- I8, respectively. Slipping somewhat, West dropped three to Northmont, 25- l8, Vandalia-Butler, 24-I6, and Bea- vercreek by the score ot 32-IO. With renewed strength, the Dragons downed Centerville, 25-I l, Stebbins, 24-l5, and Roosevelt, 44-5. At invitationals, West placed tourth at the WOL meet, eleventh at Stebbins and tirst in their own. West captured sixth at the District and sent senior Bob Williams to state competition. Moving at the sound ot the whistle, senior wrestling moves into action as he tights a Dean French puts one ot the many ditterent strong opponent in an important WOL match. l Front Row: Coach Dick Hoppe, Greq Klinq, Dave Vendt, Rick Boulter, Craig Berry, John Mayes, Dean French, Bob Baker, Paul Wriqht, Bob Williams, John Manzo, Paul Mitchell. 2nd Row: Coach Ron Eaton, Dale Bates, Gary Stacy, Don Barber, Carl Deddens, Rick Kol- ler Tom Rasor John Youn Gar Dev - V Q- Y env- Jett Readnower, John Drayton, Bob Goode, Dan Grass. 3rd Row: Mark Galloway, Joseph Berner, Mike Arnett, Bob Tritton, Bob Kol- ler, Bill Rayburg, Mike Dunmyer, Keith Kreit- zer, Dave Williams, Wil Hemker, Glen Boulter. 4th Row: Tom Weimer, Ken Stansell, Anthony Williamitis, John Wilcock, William Barnes. Mark Sawyer, Doug Whittord, Rich Madlinqer, Paul Rembold, Rod Chapman, Bill Deddens. Sth Row: Scott Gavitt, Thomas Carroll. ,,1 J 'P 'FM " in V, i r A., , , r , , r r J Bai E i 5 During one of his aller-school praclice sessions, agile Wesl gymnasl, Roberl Sloler, perfecls his Fronl' Row: Thorpe Leeson, Mark Brainard, Curl Arnold, Mike Finegold, Dick DeLa1'er, Mike Pallerson, Bob Kohl, Jerry Dunaway, Sleve Trimborn. Row 2: Tim Doebler, Rob Srofer, Bruce Huffer, Todd Lecklider, Galen Emery, Greg Kahns, Mike lrefon, John Diel- erle, Chuck Dunnick. Row 3: John Davis, side-horse rourine for use in compelifion af 'lhe up-coming Springfield Norrh dual meer. Ken Brighlman, Dayne Geyer, Tom Swarlzel, Wayne Hammer, Clarence Seidel, John Ward, Douq King, Coach Ron Wood. Row 4: Brian Ballhrop, Bill Parker, Dan Pallerson, Sieve Large, Jim Slamas, John Hollins, Dave Slan- ley, George Zubrick, Coach Charles Fry. Row 5: Jim Simpson, Alain I-lulchinson, Jeff Sil- gqggggigggrf- f.:f .iil .-f,.1 , .-',.1f .- ,,.- ,sgiggjgigjfi . 1ie.sQ,csz,:siz ff: or ,. ,. ,. ,,.,,e,.:m1 512,112 :ei iff-'wise , U N ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,f,,, , A--, ,WW-iswefLm,:z,,s,,,e,.e :,,:1.n,.21, , a ' ,, ler, John Rolh, Roger Grove, Mike Blair, Randy Hesrer, Bill Gray. Row 6: Curl Ses- sler, Jim Slauler, Ron Seller, Don Ulzinger, Bill Davis, Jerry Burson, Bill Tesmer, Mark Lecklider. Row 7: Doug Shaffer, Ken Schiewelz, Sieve Miles. Chris Ziehler, Al- len Luckman, Jim Hathaway. Gymnasfics New coaching staff inspires West gymnasfs Wifh fhe aid of firsf-year coaches Mr. Ron Wood and Mr. Charles Fry, fhe Fairrnonf Wesf gymnasfics feam com- plefed anofher successful season, wifh an 8-I dual meef record and several high honors in invifafional fournamenfs. Losing fo lasf year's sfafe gymnasfic champs, Fairmonf Easf, fhe I969 Dragon gymnasfs suffered only one dual meef loss, wifh fhe final score l39.6-4O.l. Alfhough some gymnasfs suffered iniuries during fhe season, fhe feam foolc fhird place in fheir lnvifafional, and second in fhe WOL, losing only fo defending champs Fairmonf Easf. Overall success of fhe season came from fhe exfensive individual efforfs. Sfrong evenfs This year consisfed of fhe high bar, fumbling, free exercise, long horse vaulfing, and The sfill rings. Oufsfanding poinf scorer for fhis year's feam, senior Dick DeLafer com- pefed in free exercise and in fumbling. Preparing for fufure gymnasfic compeii- fion. iunior Bruce l-luffer falces fime fo pracfice a difficulf hand sfand on fhe parallel bars for use in fhis roufine. U sp . 1 " M , - J "'i i"' W' 3 f yfgwgi 32 - ,W fi ' ,f "' f ig A 1: z f -V as L - l HHH' 5 ..,, fi . r A " i nf iii"--zfiifr-liiil'i"ff:'1'Si1i'iii'1i, :-we I., -1: ,-as me ...pw r Hvfkfq' 5 Compefifive gymnasi, John Dieferle, signifies af an imporfanf Wesf dual meef and now fhe end of his difficull' sideehorse roufine awaifs fo hear fhe iudges final evaluafion. VARSITY-Fronf Row: Debby Golob, Sally Hey- Muffy Tallberg. Row 2: Miss Penelope MOH. Sanclo. Joy Hildrefli. Debbie Goode. Maureen wood, Linda Marquardf, Georgeene McClellan, Kale Slorrs, Jessica Norris, Diane Kurlz. Ginny Kemper. s ss ' - ,s., , ,-,,s", 1 ssss ,s." , s s is is as yy V',, Q ,,iE15ji sV'. 153, yisey, ,ii-111 '-'y bi :zi E iy" 1,' 1 -ssyyx 1 VV,A s 1 f--f-' .Y,' 's,,' 1 ' ' ' i5,,'1i:-2':Vg,gQf'.K 'k.'f'1 5 2,1-i, slD D D i Cenler lwalfbaclw Debby Golob aflempls a cir- cular laclcle on an undefealed Oakwood Jill while Draqonefle Sally Heywood marks ber opponenl while advancing foward llie goal. Hockey Long practices, skill, and drive gain five wins Cold, rainy weaTher and a hard- ToughT game wiTh Oakwood desTroyed The girl's inTerscholasTic Tield hockey Team's hopes oT an undeTeaTed season. Coached by Miss Penelope MoTT, The girls worked To achieve a 5-l-I record. DragoneTTes Tallied a ToTal of 20 poinTs and held Their opponenTs To a ToTal OT Tive poinTs Tor six games. Linda MarquardT scored IO poinTs To be The leading scorer Tor The DragoneTTes as Georgeene McClellan Tollowed wiTh 5 poinTs Tor The enTire season. Members held a banqueT aT Culp's CaTeTeria. Underclassmen presenTed Miss MoTT and seniors wiTh small Trophies. Seniors presenTed underclassmen wiTh inTeresTing and meaningiul iTems oT luck. Cenier forward Linda Marquardl' rushes pasT an Easi opponent To drive Tor anoTher goal as TeammaTes Ginny Sando and Kale STorrs sTand ready To come To Linda's assisTance. Closely Tollowed by Georgeene McClellan, sophomore sTarTer Debby Goode displays The drive and deTerminaTion ThaT sparked The DragoneTTes ThroughouT The enTire season. RESERVE-Fronl Row: Liz Ferguson, Andy Jakes, Krieger, Robin Williamson. Row 2: Miss Penelope Ther, Pam Guise, Debbie ParroTT. Barb Trimborn Robin RoThaar, Maureen McDermoTT, Diane MoT'r, Linda Wallher, Joyce WhiTesell, Ann Wal- Jeanne Downing, Lori Lawson, Carol Niehus Teamwork is essenTial in all DragoneTTe vic- Caroline Moline demonsTraTes The slcill, dee Tories as proved by sophomore Sue Minnick TerminaTion, and agiliTy ThaT have enabled when she provides a high sei up To iuniar her To become a Three-year member of Fair- Diana Lawson in We-sT's. vicTory over Oakwood, monT's girls inTerscholasTic volleyball Team. Volleyball Dragonettes place third in . i WOL action FairmonT EasT hosTed The TirsT WesT- ern Ohio League Volleyball TournamenT This season. AlThough The DragoneTTes placed Third in compeTiTion, The evenT proved worThwhile and successful in compeTiTion and Triendship. Many hope This evenT will conTinue nexT year. ln her TourTh year oT coaching volley- ball aT FairmonT WesT, Miss Barbara Barbour decided ThaT The Team would noT have individual capTains This year. Thus, under The leadership oT all oT The upperclassmen, The Team sparked To a 5-3 season. VicTories over rivals Oalc- wood and Wayne proved graTiTying. Hopes oT an undeTeaTed I969 season resTed in The hands OT many reTurning underclassmen. Proving Teamworlc es- senTial in accomplishing all vicTories These girls as well as oTher members provided spiriTed eTTorTs. RESERVE-Fronf Row: Ann Taylor, Anne Wal- Kemper, Lynn Judge. Row 2: Miss Barbara Debbie FoThergill, Pam Melcley, HarrieT LeTT. Ther, Terry WaiTzman, Diane Kreiger, Maureen Barbour, Barb Biagi, Lori Lawson, Jessica Norris, i l VARSITY-Fronf Row: Pai' Siraihearn, Debby Caroline Moline. Row 2: Miss Barbara Barbour, Jane Kelly, Jeanne Kreiger. Parrot Jane Hari, Connie Fryer, Sue Minniclc, Carol Krynzel, Becky Gillian, Diana LGWSOF1. iiiiiiii :kr ,VVh.. i L1 I i , i i , 1 2 rff1:51:?5???5??i5-f nien +u.?-ii - eiei yi irni if l i'kif if 'iii'.'- ii i'-', "-'fik fQ ifiiiii,ili 'k.- iiuiifiii ir,l 241 e'i1, 2 i1,- i i if L iir'1 v lli' Q l.i-eL9??P9Uee i o . .:i1:,-f- ,:,.,.f, Q - 1 - w i ri,i ip aii.r ' . i i 0 .i . or ,, .,,- , ,.,. ., iiirr ."" ri iirr rliiri iirri :fi 2'f riff as ,," prfizjnikfffEa,5?rg1i'Qig'fffE'jgg 12 - '-" 'ri:fi.i.' iffifiir' ':'Ai'h P' I ' l i Wayne opponenis appear 'ro be ready ancl wail- helped flue Draqoneifes deieai' The Warriors ing for a reiurn by senior Carol Krynzel 'ihai 2 To O and gain a 3-3 record for mid-season ln her firsf year of compelinq for 'ihe Fair- monl' Wes? qymnaslics Jream, iunior Linda Mar- quarclf displays 'rhe grace and aqilify 'rhar she always demonslrafes in her free-ex rouiine, Co-capfain and lhree-year member of Wes+'s qymnasfics feam, Yvonne Crafl' execuies a As she execules a back flip on The lrampo- line, iunior Jeanne Folz clemonsiraies The combinalion of grace, aqiliry, and skill which enable her +o 'rally many firsi' places. back-wallcover which she uses in her 'rumbling rouiine fo score poinls for The Dragoneffes i fi lfzgfi 31,4 aiias 1 isia 2 51 syi 1515 Fwrmefwff 5iESjSfQ1fqsis B045 ri:'r if 'il.i llil l il ly,,i Qflf r'p, 92 115 51120165 ' 71.55 iB95Y9i'CV'33l9 ssiy MB? Z0 Sfelobsns 83 70 Ceniervaile i i 5435 Belmenlf 75 SO eyiiei i i i rsei 1 yrry 5 is r fr kr s llil Gymnastics Gymnasts topple Fairmont East to highlight season With the experience ot only one dual meet behind them, Fairmont West's girls interscholastic gymnastics team won the most challenging meet ot their season as they downed rival Fairmont East by a close score ot 80.75-80.45. Miss Frances Eden, in her second year ot coaching the Dragonettes, stated that the Fairmont East contest consti- tuted the best ettort by the girls. Dragonette gymnasts rose to the occa- sion with an over-all team ettort. Co-captains Yvonne Cratt and Diana Dunniclc, along with other seniors, dis- played a degree ot slcill that can only come with three years ot experience. Competing against a tield ot ever- improving area teams, none ot which remained undeteated this season, the Dragonettes ended the season with a very respectable 5-2 record. Linda Bitzer shows the importance ot spot- any assistance needed by Donna Palmer while ting in gymnastics as she prepares to otter she practices on the uneven parallel bars GYMNASTICS-Front Row: Colleen Mooney, Barb Sternberg, Pam Pallaise, Allyn Wallace, Janis l-larbaugh, Connie Sayer, Nan Strobino, Margaret Evans, Sue Watson, Cheryl Triclcler, Joni Duncan, Donna Palmer, Nancy Kuhn, Jan Nishimura, Karen De-itrichson. Row 2: Miss Frances Eden, Hannah t-linchman, Cindy Hahn. Judy Bleicher, Zan Bosynalc, Marilyn Blesi, Lisa Bradtord, Juiia Rasor, Jan Worthman Yvonne Cratt, Diana Dunniclc, Linda Bitzer Barb Hahn, Darlann Puterbaugh, Donna Taylor Roberta Andrews, Jeanne Folz, Linda Marquardt i On a "give-and-go" play Thai' sTarTles The opponenTs' defense, Marilyn Grani- drives Throuqh The middle of The key To make a lay- up and score Two poinTs Tor The DragoneTTes. Senior Margie Zaremski leaps hiqh To grab a rebound 'From The ouTsTreTched hands oT an opposinq guard as TeammaTe Diane KurTz looks on anxiously, ready To offer any assisTance. Eluding her Wayne opponenTs on a TasT break, senior Maureen Kemper drives in Tor an easy lay-up To add Two more poinTs To The mounT- ing score, as WesT beaTs The Warriors 33-30. Baske+baII Experience adds needed factor fo winning season Experience added The exTra Touch To produce a winning season Tor The girls inTerscholasTic baskeTball Team This year. Six seniors and Tour juniors re- Turned To consTiTuTe The core oT The Team, and share Their experience wiTh new sophomore and iunior players. For The TirsT Time in Tour years, The DragoneTTe baskeTball Team had The same coach Two years in a row. Miss PaTricia Davis, an accomplished baskeT- ball player herself, Took on The duTies of coaching boTh varsiTy and reserve. Senior Team members wiTnessed The esTablishmenT oT The besl' season record in The pasl' Three years. VarsiTy Dra- goneTTes sTarTed Their winning ways by deTeaTing Their TirsT Tour opponenTs. Reserves ended wiTh a 4-4 record. I' l RECORD mnalvionr WEST oPPoNENr 33 Msamisbufg J 28 48 Norrlwriolge 9 33 Wayne 30 22 Cenlerville 2 20 25 Oakwood 56 25 Lebanon 32 38 Siebbzns 23 32 Fairmonr Easr 37 Many limes fhe leading scorer for lhe Dra- screening of Margie Zaremslci as she shools gon erfes, senior Marilyn Granf ulilizes flue over flue oursrrelched arms of an opponenr. 5 BASKETBALL-Froni Row: Robin Roflmaar. Diane Maureen Kemper, Margie Zaremslci. Kay Bufclce. Heck, Barb Biagi, Diane Kurfz, Sue Minnick. Krieger, Jeannie Krieger, Marii lmig, Ellen Ar- Judy Sommer, Diana Lawson, Lori Lawson, Rira Jane Hari, Debbie ParroH, Connie Freier, Holly vold. Row 2: Linda Grover, Marilyn Grant Boclchold. Row 3: Miss Parricia Davis, Vicki Daganhardr, Joyce Moninger, Andy Jalres. Exlnibiling lwis rebounding abilily, Tom Thomp- son, reluclanr +o lei go. carclies l'l'1e ollwer Junior Judy Wliearon pracrices lier serve on a damp aulumn day before 'rlwe winler season 'ream off quard as lwe pulls down a dillicull' rebound and leads his leammales lo a viclory. se'l's in and Fairmonl' Wesl's lennis courls once more become flooded for ice-slcalinq. 1 Taking advanrage of special bowling privi- leqes provided by Fairrnonl' Wes+'s GAA el' Poellcinq Lanes, iunior manager Sally Grei- rnan snows exuberance eller bowlinq a slrilce. i Junior' girls enioy the many opportunities Glenda Barnes and Dianne Wood clash in the that the art ot tencin re uires much more , Q q ot Fairmont Wests intramural program as epic style ot the Elizabethan age and learn agility than meets the eyes ot Jan Reynolds In-I-rar-nu'-als Just prior to the halt during a very impor leaps high tor a baslcet which boosted h 500 participants spark interest in growing program lntramurals, one ot Fairmont West's many co-curricular activities, provided an outlet ot energy and enthusiasm tor both boys and girls. Girls who wanted to participate in the intramural program achieved mem- bership siatus with the Girls Athletic Association. Active girls obtained let- ters by earning torty points or more in various sports activities. Girls intramural sports included bad- minton, archery, baslcetball, bowling, tencing, tield hoclcey, sottball, table tennis, volleyball, and tennis. Any interested boy could sign up tor intramural tootball, bowling, basket- ball, badminton, sottball, tennis, ta- ble tennis, archery, and soccer. Miss Barbara Barbour and Mr. Ross Bateson, along with the help ot many interested and active students, con- ductecl the boys' and girls' intramural programs through another successtul year, over 500 students participated. Coniribufing fo This year's folk sound. soplno- JCOVYA-FMC Hoofenanny gives ner rendifion more Van Purdy performing af We co-sponsored of banio solo, "Foggy Mountain Break Down." Before presenling lhe new conslilulion lo slu- Woods, Jack l-lorrell, Kalhy Banks, Pal Pan- denl assembly, Sludenl Council rnemloers Tom coasf, Lynne Wagner conduci final discussion. Holding momenfs in one's hand Responsibilily, and brofherhood: Hours of limilless oppor'I'unil'y To rendezvous wifh success- Drawing +he breafh Of leadership. Discovering +he mysleries Of one's characfer, Developing one's educalion in +he Workshop of Organizalions. Upon +ha1' same sidewalk Of ac+s and deeds Drawing circles of friendship, S+ar'I'ing fires of democracy- Herifage of Organizafions. Speaking lor lhe Fellowship ol Chrislian Alh- leles, Ohio Siale hallback and lorrner Day- lon-area player Lecphus l-layden recalls his ex- periences while playing in lhe W69 Rose Bowl. 87 as 9 iii s ,l 1 Q Mr. Paul Wagner, Inter-Club Council adviser, caretully listens as presidents ot ditterent Front Row: Maureen Kemper. l-lelen LeMay, Linda Frazier, Debra Thyqerson, Pat Pancoast, Bona Schellhase, Marcia Cromer, Mary Barka- low, Katie Croghan, Cheryl Congdon. Row 2: organizations at Fairmont West discuss com- mon problems and teasibility ot new clubs. Claudia Church, Mary Snyder, Priscilla Bos nak, David Chambers, Elizabeth Anderson Teresa Waitzrnan, Pam Kemp, Bob Williams, Gary Northup, Jim Wick. Row 3: Tom Green, Inter-Club Council Creation of new clubs stimulates open discussion lnter-Club Council met once every month in Fairmont West's cateteria. ICC scheduled all school sponsored ac- tivities and projects, and also dis- cussed the teasibility ot new clubs. During the course ot the year the members ot ICC discussed common club problems and made recommendations to the Student Council ot Fairmont West. Inter-Club Council kept a record ot all bands available tor school dances. As Vice-President ot Student Coun- cil, Pat Pancoast served as Chairman ot Inter-Club Council. Mr. Paul Wagner, assistant principal, advised the council, which provided a good means ot comf munication tor the ditterent groups. Sophomore, iunior, and senior class presidents, presidents ot all clubs at Fairmont West, and editors ot the Dragon and Dragon Tales statts partici- pated as members ot lnter-Club Council. Doug Doty, Tom Woods, Robert Ulrich, Jack Horrell, Robert Nelson, Thomas Carroll, Mr. Paul E. Wagner. Sludenl Council Holiday-at-Home float wins Youth This year lhe l-loliday-al-Home lloal' Fairmonl Wesl's Sludenl Council con- buill by Fairmonl Wes'r's Sludenl Coun- cil won Jrhe You+h Award in lhe Holiday ai-Home parade held on Labor Day Sludenl Council also buill a Homecom- ing floal and sponsored 'rwo spiril weeks. Fronl' Row: Kalhy Banks, Secrelary: Pal Pan- coasl, Vice Presidenl: Jack Horrell, Presidenl' Lynne Wagner, Treasurer. Row 2: Chery vened every olher Tuesday. During lheir meelings members discussed school prob- lems, and planned a new sludenl parly, Uniled Appeal Drive, eleclions of class officers and Sluclenl Council members. Trickler, Jan Nolfe, Kalhy Finke. Sue Walson, Linda Frazier. Carolyn Brown, Gunvar Lahr, Nina Bourdery. Row 3: Jeanne Folz, Sieve Sophomore Dave Livingslon and seniors Jerry Shepard, Lynne Wagner add finishing Touches +o Sfudenl Council purple and while Home- coming floal enlilled "Up, Up and Away." Award in parade Sludenl' Council consisled ol lwenly- one elecled members, class presidenls. foreign exchange sluclenls. and repre- senlalives from 'rhe Dragon and Dragon Tales slalls. Mr. Allred Bolender and lvlr. Louis Zaremslci served as advisers. Brown, Doug Readnower, Bill McQueen, Mike Bridgman, Tom Woods, Muffy Tallberg, and Mr. Louis A. Zaremslci. Anne Barflefl' sing Seniors Libby Caudill and "The Pause and Mr. Claus".during fhe ioinfly Fronl Row: Jan Luke, Vice Presidenf: Melissa Brown, Treasurer: Kafie Croghan, Presidenf. Row 2: Sue Harris, Ann Macy, Debbie Haaclce, Qxieiissw sponsored hoofenanny by Junior Council on World Affairs and Fufure Medical Careers Melinda Liu, Paffy Nazalc, Carole Gardner, Kafhy Poulfer, Mrs. Bernice Fowler. Row 3: Connie Sanchez, Leslie Williamson, Barb Hahn, H42 Clubs sponsor hoofencmy for a UNICEF proiect Two clubs af Wesf, FMC and JCOWA, sponsored a hoofenanny as a fund-raising proiecf. Bofh clubs do- nafed proceeds of S80 fo UNICEF. Dave Chambers and Bob Nelson served as Masfers of Ceremony af fhe hoofenanny. Ten groups and individuals performed. Dave Chambers played gui- far and sang selecfions from Simon and Garfunlcel, Sophomore Jug Band changed fhe mood info a lively one. FMC meefings provided opporfuni- lies for members fo hear lcnowledged speakers discuss fheir experiences in medical fields. Spealcers from fhe Public Flealfh Deparfmenf showed films and a U. S. Army Medical Team spolce. As fhe Chrisfmas season drew near, FMC eran members visifed Befhany Lufhf Village, a resf home for fhe aged. Members affempfed fo malce fheir holiday celebrafion one of fun and fellowship for fhe aged af fhe Village. Advisers Mrs. Bernice Fowler and Mrs. Bessie Madden helped FMC mem- bers carry ouf many service proiecfs. Carol Vendf, Jeanne Folz, Julie lreon, LeeAnna Sfeeley, Debbie Miller, Gail l-leifmann. Front Row: Marilyn Grant, Treasurer: Margie Zaremski, Corresponding Secretary: Yolande Fulton, Vice President: Leslie Ederer, Presi- dent: Pam Kemp. Recording Secretary: Gail Sollenberger, Historian: Miss Mary Belle War- it ren. Row 2: Ruth Sexton, Carol Mayer, Linda Coons, Janis Harbaugh, Peggy Kiser, Dianne Weiland, Karen Adams, Denise Grotz, Cindy Karns, Kathy Shultheis, Sharon Flory, Pam Pallaise. Row 3: Dedra Turner. Teresa Waitz- West hosts the winter conference for students of Western Ohio district West's Future Teachers chapter hosted the annual winter Western Ohio district meeting tor prospective teach- ers. Approximately l6O students at- tended the February meeting and par- ticipated in assemblies and classes. Every student attended assemblies where district otticers and students dis- cussed common problems ot tuture teacher chapters. Specialized classes tollowed the assemblies where speakers lectured on selected topics concerning non-graded, open and middle schools. ln one ot the ten specialized classes West displayed the operation ot its closed-circuit television by taping the students and then replaying the tape. Classes inspired and stimulated students. Monthly meetings provided a means ot education and entertainment through speeches and panel discussions. Mr. Jack Widner, coordinator ot student services tor the Ohio Education Association ot Columbus, Ohio, spoke at the intro- ductory meeting ot the year. FTA members took advantage ot the opportunity to observe Tower Heights Middle School in Centerville, Ohio. From this observation students became aware ot new innovations in education. Mrs. Estella Thompson, Reading Re- source teacher trom Wogaman Ele- mentary School in Dayton, Ohio, pro- vided poetry concerning the assassina- tion ot Martin Luther King. She gave to FTA booklets compiled ot the poetry which students wrote themselves., At the Christmas meeting Miss Mary Belle Warren discussed and showed slides ot her trip through Lebanon. Leslie Ederer, the club president, served as secretary tor all chapters ot the district ot Western Ohio. Advisers Miss Mary Belle Warren, Miss Shirley Bensinger and Mr. l-lugh Brown worked closely with the FTA otticers in planning meeting procedures. Club otticers and advisers met with district otticers and advisers in planning the conterence. man, Carleen Marshall, Susan Lachey, Maureen Kemper, Bev Holland, Christy Schmidt, Bev Thornhill, Carol Clawson, Mary Fauble. Claudia Schneider, Diane Kempter. ! W FTA treasurer Marilyn Grant pertorms the monthly task ot displaying "apple" posters on unit bulletin boards tor intorming students ot upcoming Future Teacher chapter meetings. Front Row: Diane Carpenter, Shirley Fetzer, Row 2: Jackie Williamson, Phyllis Carpenter. Linda Sharp, Lois Snyder, Debbie Stephenson. Tonya Grisso, Cathy McDaniels, Joanna Fuls. Patricia Horning, Cheryl Congdon, Mary Ersted. Shirley Wells. Judy Cecil, Cathy Griffin, Linda Barrett. COE Club ioins state COE affiliation for the first time For the tirst time Fairmont West's COE was associated with the state Co- operative Ottice Education program. Atter morning classes members re- ported to iobs ranging trom secretarial positions in area businesses, Kettering Board ot Education, and Kettering court to ottices ot doctors and dentists. Mrs. Jane Nolan served as club adviser. This year members served as hostesses tor a regional brealctast and luncheon. They also sponsored a Tom Watt Kit project and an employee-employer lunch. General Clerical, Account Clerical, Extemporaneous Speaking, Stenography, COE Queen. and Miss COE comprised the areas ot state competition in March. Jackie Williamson, president ot Fairmont West's COE, tiles numerous court records and legal documents as one ot the duties ot her job at the Kettering courthouse. l Fronl Row: Peggy Winlcs, Secreraryq Cheryl Congdon, Presidenlg Judy Duponf, Recorder, Linda Oefers, Treasurer: Beverly Rueclrel. Row 2: Karen Sosnowski, Deb Riley. Sherry Beclcslein, Suzanne Williamson, Pally Bishop, Nancy Alexander, Carolyne Brirain, Linda Combs, Sally Spaulding, Libby Caudill, Jackie Beclcefl. Row 3: Miss Eleanor Gallagher, Kris Muller, Sue Gruber, Brenda Rose, Wanda Saellel, Linda Hayes, Connie Ballard, Denise Delscamp, Linda O'Bryan, Jean Smilh, Paula Thomas, Mrs. Dorolhy Johnslon. Row 4: Cheryl FBLA Club sponsors first dance after basketball game For The lirsl' lime lhe members of FBLA sponsored a viclory dance lol- lowing 'rhe Fairmonl Wesl baslcelball game againsl Cenierville in January. Members of Fulure Business Leaders of America sold Boosler Bars and spon- sored lhe sale of mum corsages for The Homecoming Toolball game. FBLA used lhe proceeds from lhese sales and The dance 'For proiecl and aclivily revenue. Fairmonl Wes+'s FBLA, sponsored by Uniled Business Educalion Associalion, held weekly meelings and gave members "FBLA Forum", 'rheir official magazine. Aided and supervised by Their advis- ers, members parlicipared in 'rhe Slale and Nalional FBLA Convenlions and lhe Senior Recognirion Dinner. Miss Eleanor Gallagher, Mrs. Jane Nolan, Mrs. Dor- orhy Johnsron, Mrs. Lois Hilce, and Mr. Dale Berry served as club advisers. Seniors Gloria Shanlz, Dan McKnigh+ and olher couples dance +o music provided by "Gay and 'lhe Lords" al The FBLA viciory dance af- ier lhe baslcefball game againsl Cenlerville. Manis, Shirley Larger, Sharon Larger, Linda Flory, Kay lreland, Karen Hammer, Bob Evers, Rick Griswold, Doug Readnower, Sieve Trim- born, Karen Blume, Carol Larger, Carole Mor- limer. Senior Y-Teen members Jill Schmidt Marcia Mumpower. and Sue Lachey puT some Tinishing Touches on one of The TesTive decoraTions Tor ChrisTmas displays in each uniT showcase. Y-Teens Yulefide season This year Y-Teens made ChrisTmas much brighTer and happier Tor some special children. Members held a ChrisT- mas parTy aT a nursery macle up OT predominarely underprivileged children. FronT Row: Dedra Turner, SecreTaryg Jill Ann Schmidt Treasurer: Connie Freir, Social Chair- man: Terry WaiTzman, President Cindy Linda- rnood. Vice President Mrs. Erma Maloon. Row 2: Andrea Christ Cindy ManTia, Barb i xv an if sr,, , we brighter for youngsters at nursery They made decoraTions Tor The Tree and enjoyed coolcies and reTreshmenTs. Y-Teens also made ChrisTmas brighTer Tor sTudenTs aT FairmonT West Mem- bers seT up and decoraTed Trees in STrasser. Karen Brown, Brenda Rose, Linda Coons, Carol Mayer, Terri STernberg, Karen RoTh, Karen Sosnowslci. Kaye Hunt Marcia Mumpower. Row 3: Carol Miller. Terri Grim- shaw, Karen Hammer, KaThy Brown, PaTTi Bier- The Three uniT lobbies. They also made holiday decoraTions Tor The showcases. Under The supervision oT adviser Mrs. Erma Maloon Y-Teen members sold poTaTo chips To sTudenTs aTTer school. anowslci, Pamela Price, Rhonda Twigg, Gwen Me-Tzger, CharloTTe Holloway, Lori CarTer, Kris Muller, Carleen Marshall, RuTh SexTon, Sue Lachey. 1 ,,fm9:wfim W T Q1.,::4 , 7Y i Fronl' Row: Mr. Carl Ferguson, Alan Kemp, Kerry Lawson, Dave Beiizel, Mike Finegold, Pal O'Rourke, Jerry Shepard, Marc Jewell. Greg Kling, Mr. George Tarzinski. Row 2: Thomas Green, Mike Slusser, Sieve Maloon, Richard Hi-Y Kohler, Jim Slamas, Bruce Hufler, John Ridd, Ken Schieveiz, Rick Brannen, Mike Jones, Terry Flavin, Philip Smiih. Row 3: Roberl' Ulrich, Bob Telcher, Chris Schaffer, Don Uizinger, Ron Fleiiz, Gregg Sipe, Donald Roberls, Dan Woods, Larry Sparks, Douglas Gage, Mark Brainard, Phil Davis, Dave Fred- rick, Sieve Miles. Members aclcl life to realistic Thanksgiving display l-li-Y sei up a Thanksgiving display wilh iwo live Turkeys in Cenlral Unil couriyard and held a "Name ihe Tur- key Conleslf' Sludenis donaied canned goods for ihe poor wilh each eniry. Under The guidance of Mr. George Tarzinski and Mr. Carl Ferguson, club advisers, members presenled lhe Hi-Y Award 'ro one pariicipanl in every sporl who displayed lhe mosi Chrislian alli- ,W sf" ' ,M 'rude during ihe season. Marc Jewell re- ceived ihe award for lhe ioolball season. l-li-Y club members sponsored a vic- lory dance in 'rhe gym following ifhe Fairmonl Wesi-Belmonl' basketball game. Senior Hi-Y members Chris Schaffer, Bruce Byinglon, Marc Jewell, and Tom Woods dis- cuss lhe necessary arrangemenis for The live lurkey display and decoralion of showcases. Ffonl' Row: Mrs. Bernice Fowler. 5l19FFY Hill. Helen Vogelsang. Row 2: Linda OeTers, Vir- DeNaples, Janis l-larbaugh, Jill Andrews, Sharon Karen Adams. Shirley Larger. Nan Maxwell, ginia SmiTh. Sandra Mazalc. Barb Collins, Diane Larger. Anne RoberTson, CynThia Bornemann. Miss Home Economics Members obtain CI scholarship To Camp Miniwanccl This year members OT l-lome Econo- mics Club sold coolcboolcs enTiTled, "For- eign Foods-FavoriTe Recipes OT Home Economics Teachers." Revenue Trom The sales provided a deserving member wiTh a Tull scholarship Tor a leadership Train- ing program aT Camp Miniwanca. ln SepTember The club held a geT- acquainTed picnic in Hills and Dales Parlc. AT This Time new members had a chance To meeT club advisers Mrs. Ber- nice Fowler and Miss l-lelen Vogelsang. Members held meeTings on The lasT Mon- day oT every monTh during The year. During one meeTing a represenTaTive Trom The Opal School oT Dress Design Tallsed abouT The many opporTuniTies available in The Tield of Tashion. ln February The club gained inTormaTion abouT various meaTs during a Tield Trip To The MonTgomery CounTy Fairgrounds. Seniors Shirley and Sharon Larger inspecT For- eign Foocls-FavoriTe Recipes of Home Eco- nomics Teachers, The coolcboolc sold by par- TicipaTing members ol: Home Economics Club. Girls A'I'hle'lic: Associalion 420 active girls earn points in numerous sports Girls Arhlelic Associalion, Fairmoni Wes+'s largesr club, boasled a member- ship of 420 girls rhis year. Members of GAA parlicipaied in ailer-school games. Members earned Jrweniy poinls lo re- Jrain membership for nexr year. Senior girl wilrh lhe highesi number of poinis received a special Trophy. Wilh Jrhe aid of Miss Barbara Barbour. rhe GAA board lcepl record of all Jrhe poinis earned Through aciive parliciparion. Girls who earned forry poinrs during one year received a lerler. Those who oblained an addilional lorry poinis in ihe following year received a pin. lnlerscholasiic sporis included field hockey, volleyball, gymnasrics, baslcei- ball, soiiball, lennis, and golf. lnlra- mural sporrs included bowling, lable Tennis, archery, badminron and fencing, in adclirion To inlerscholaslic sporis. Social aciiviiies consisied of rhe Chrisimas parry, ihe Turn-aboui dance in February, The GAA Awards Banquelr, and spring excursion Jro Coney Island. Fairmoni Wesl siudenis enioy refreshmenfs served during arhlelic conresls al rhe con- cession siand by members of Girls A+hlei'ic Associalion working for addilional poinfs. r Girls Alhlelic Associaiion Board members Maureen Kemper, Lara Lackey, Jan Windsor, Jeanne Kreiger, and Diana Lawson keep rec- ord of poinis earned by members up ro dare. Pep Club Pep Club combines with Varsity F to shore the yeor's spirit activities Working more closely with Varsity F Club this year the Pep Club decorated goal posts, put on skits at Pep assem- blies, made signs and decorated the school units tor Dragon spirit days. Spirit and pride stood as tactors behind the club's various activities. Dragon tans journeyed to the Center- ville game in a colortul caravan. Home- coming eve witnessed an impressive bon- tire betore the tangle with Wayne. "Pin the tail on the beaver" inspired spirit among students and led to more contests. Purple-white days, announce- ments and pep rallies encouraged enthus- iasm and spirit among Dragons. Pep Senior tootball player Larry Cecil selects spirit cookies and purple punch at the vic- buses provided transportation by trav- eling to all the away sporting events. For the tirst time this year two boys alternatively acted as mascot. This allevi- ated the responsibility ot one person's acting as mascot at each sporting event. Bob Nelson and Dave Scudder handled the iob ot portraying Fairmont West's mascot, otticially named Dudley. Pep Club members met every Tuesday night under the guidance ot Mr. Rich- ard Hoppe and Mr. Charles Morgan. West's coaches otten tallced to the club about upcoming games and cheerleaders closed the meetings by leading the Pep Club members in enthusiastic cheers. tory table, sponsored by the Pep Club to in- still a winning spirit in the football team. Pep Club member Chris Davis receives assis- Williams, in decorating the goal post tor tance trom Varsity F Club President, Bob the Dragon's upcoming game with Fairborn Fronl' Row: Jeffery Linsker, Gary Knighl, John Mallingly, Mike Nishimura, Bob Kohl, Bob Wil- liams, Dick Delaler, Chuck Dunnick, Michael Pailerson, Roger Sachleben, Paul Wrighl, Gary Va rsily F l-lullon, Bob Evers. Ron Flieiz. Row 2: Mike Nolan, Mike Finegold, Mike Ely, Dave Smilh, Ronald Madliger, Mark Brainerd, Dave Scud- der, Philip Neiberl, Bob Koller, Larry Cecil. Row 3: Rich Wall. Roy McKay, Jerry Shepard, Dave Gardner, Chrisiopher Pancoasl, Bob Royer, David Blakely, Mike Davis, William Rayburg, Roberi' Sharpe. Varsity F points West's trash cons school colors During lhe i968-69 school year lhe Varsily F Club carried our spiriled in- 'reniions by painiing school lrash cans purple and while. Because oi popular demand, 'rhe club again sold beanies. Fron+ Row: Bruce l-luiier, Paul Miichell, Woody Sfiles, Bob Ryan, Jim Howard. Row 2: John Neville. Dave Younkman, Sieve Miles, James Once again The Varsiiy F look charge of Fairmonl' Wes+'s viciory bell. Be- fore home baskerball games, Varsiry F Club members sold programs 'ro fans. Varsiry F Club worked co-ordinalely Slamas, Thomas Green, Roberi Servis, Peler Luiher, Michael Slusser, Roberi Baker, Richard Scoif. Row 3: Marc Jewell, Norman Sirobino, wirh rhe Pep Club in sponsoring conlesrs, organizing pep assemblies and hav- ing dances aller games ro honor bolh fall and winier aihleles. Mr. Sherwin Bowser acled as adviser for The club. Nicholas Becker, Richard Bouller, Ted Line- baugh, Jack Davidson, Dave Vendf, Rex Riner, Bruce Byingfon, James Malone. Front Row: Michele Hinders, Alice Hoover, Patty Begley, Cheryl Trickler, Polli Brod- rick, Marti Heisler, Martha Brown. Row 2: Susan Mastriana, Robin Rothaar, Kathy Tay- lor, Alice Batty, Denise Caton, Maureen Mc- French Club Guest speakers Three ot Fairmont West's students told ot experiences in France. Foreign exchange student Nina Boudery provided tirst hand personal intormation about Front Row: lrene Christotis, Nina Boudery, Sue Banks, l-lolly Daganhardt, Deborah Golob. Row 2: Paula Channel, Karen Lewis, Peggy Cantrell, Diane Wood, Virginia Brownell, Gail Sollenberger, Sandra Owen, Priscilla Stanze, Judy Steininger. Row 3: Margie Zaremski, Carol Miller, Penny Paddock, Pamela Hastings, Linda Dermott, Sheila Nelson, Linda Weesner. Row 3: Sharon Smith, Barb l-lopkins, Joni Duncan, Bette Kerr, Priscilla Lybrook, Stephanie Schon- sheck, Sally Daly, Debbie Brelstord. Row 4: Charlotte Holloway, Alane Smith, Pat Powders, motivate members France, her native homeland, and served as comprehensive challenge tor the club. With the adoption ot a policy to en- courage more extensive usage ot French Grover, Kathy Banks, Marilyn Kershner, Debbie Rosenberger, Alexandra Feeman, Marcia Mad- den. Row 4: Gwen Metzger, Carole Gardener, Dena Bridges, Kris Emke, Andy Jakes, Denise Dickerson, Julie Rubin, Denise Grotz, Sarah Worman. Row 5: Carolyn Swabb, Jeanne Folz, Sue Lachey, Marcia Mumpower, Mark Schatter, Shirley Dall, Vicky Korosei. Beverly Locklear, Barbara Butt, Sharon Flory. Row 5: Gary Han- sen, Robin Harris, Lillian Trippett, Ellen Arvold, Beverly Thornhill, Ann Bains, Linnea Bratle, Christine Fellows, Cynthia Borne. to use French at the French Club meetings, the mem- bers ot the club became enlightened to employ more tluency in the language by invitihg French speaking guests. Stephen Willshaw. Richard Sakornbut, Nancy Meeks, Katherine Scimone. Carol Clawson. Row 6: Mark Brainard, Gregory Land, Rob- ert Wnittord, Diane Reinke, David Git- send, Stephen Brown, Paula White, Daniel Patterson, Deborah Zechar. Gary Hansen. German Club Christmas Party highlights year in festive mood By celebrating Christmas in customs ot German people, members learned the beliets and mannerisms ot the Rhine. At the club's annual Christmas party members tasted toods and enacted cus- toms related to the holiday season. Club members under the direction ot Mr. Lee Risley used various activities and proiects to increase their lcnowl- edge ot the German language. and thus become more tluent in conversations. By doing outside research the club members brought interesting questions and ideas tor discussion at monthly meetings. Rewarding conversations in both German and English toolc place. Vanessa Purdy admires the German doll attired in the traditional German toll: costume that Doris Korczynslci purchased while completing her recent trip through Germany's Black Forest. Front Row: Van Purdy, Peggy Kiser, Melinda Liu. Alice Schmidt, Jan Luke. Gail Wagner. Diane DeNaples, Ruth Sobotlce. Diane Allman. Allodi, Daniel Barber, Joel Goodnough, Daniel Row 2: Patrick Walther, Keith Stanley, Mike Heinefi TlmOil'1Y BVOWVW- Fronf Row: Susie Newlin, Program Chairman: Will l-lemlcer, Treasurer: Jane Kelly, Vice PresidenT: Debbie Thygerson. Presidenf. Row 2: Pai' Dahlman, Pam Pallaise, Barbara Gil- lan. Karen Barnes. Linda Fryer, Dianne Wei- iand, Roz Wollenhaupf, Marfha Davidson. Spanish Club Row 3: Teri DeQregario, Connie Sanchez, Nina Bourdery, Leslie Snyder, Debbie Aszling. Paula Johnson, Debbie MillcereiT, Carol Nie- hus, Sue Algeo. Row 4: Nancy Oerlce, PaTTi Brenanowski, Linda Taberf. Doug Smifh, Bill Gray, Salli Greimann, PaTTy Zenner, l-larrief Proceeds from victory dance aid Spanish Club members wiTh The aid of Their adviser sponsored a vicTory dance following a Fairmonf WesT baslceTball game. Spanish Club hoped To use The proceeds from ThaT money-making pro- iecT for a, school locaTed in Brazil. Spanish Club officers Jane Kelly, Debbie Thygerson and Wil Hemlcer admire The col- orful display of Spanish culfure on bulle- Tin boards in Mrs. Karen Kronbach's room. Spanish Club held monThly mee-Tings in The Fairmoni' Wesf chorus room. AT These meeTings. The members enjoyed The opporfunify To speak in Spanish. Mrs. Karen Kronbach conTinued serving in posifion of Spanish Club adviser. Leff, BeTTi Anderson. Row 5: Linda Vandeval, Cyd Brower, Jim Lealcas, Don RoberTs, Geoff Kemp, Bill Oliver, Jim Bernhardf, Sue Swefer- man, Mary Brubaker, Theresa Reeder. school in Brazil Members highlighTed This year's club acTiviTies wifh a Traditional ChrisTmas parTy. STudenTs Took Turns Trying To hiT a brighTly colored piF1aTa. Once brolcen, The colorful piiiafa scaTTered many candies and small prizes onTo The floor. l LaTin Club New adviser aids in study of Roman culture This year FairmonT WesT's LaTin Club members welcomed Mrs. DoroThy Gibbs as Their new adviser. Miss Merrilla Davis conTinued as adviser working coordi- naTely wiTh LaTin Club's new adviser. During Their meeTings members pre- senTed slciTs and programs depicTing JupiTer, Juno, Vulcan, and oTher Roman gods and goddesses. They also por- Trayed evenTs involving Romulus and Remus. Julius Caesar. BruTus, and Nero. LaTin Club brighTened The YuleTide season wiTh a SaTurnalia parTy. High- lighling The year, The club held The annual Roman BanqueT 'For all LaTin sTu- denTs. AT This banquel' parTicipaTing members wore Togas and also sampled Typical Greek and Roman delicacies. During The second meeTing of The year Mrs. DoroThy Gibbs. FairmonT WesT LaTin Club ad- viser, helps member Karen Brown adiusT her cosTume Tor a skiT depicTing MounT Olympus. Fronl' Row: Ann Macy, Debbie Haaclre, Susan Harris, l-larrieT LeTT, Ceil HeiTmann, Eliza- beTh Winlmelman Vendf, Pamela n. Row 2: Lauren Moore, Carol Homer. Carol Fislc. Guise, Sarah Worman, Marion Russian Club May Day and Epiphany incite student interest Celebrations on Epiphany, the Rus- sian Christmas, and on May Day high- lighted the activities ot Russian Club. Those students with an interest in the history, culture, customs, and people ot Russia met once a month as mem- bers ot Fairmont West's Russian Club. Club meetings provided the members with an opportunity tor interesting dis- cussions. Mr. William McConnall, the club's adviser, helped otticers plan meet- ings that led to a better understanding ot the Russian customs and the people. To promote a greater interest in the club, Mr. McConnell also instructed members in the art ot Russian speech. Since its reactivation last year, Rus- sian Club noted an increase in interest trom members of the student body. Mary Snyder, a senior in the Central Unit, served as Russian club president. Front Row: James Latham, Teri Ketchum, Mary Snyder, President: Mary Fink, Sally Daly, Isi ' 20 - Members ot the Russian Club reveal their enthusiasm to enrich their knowledge ot other Curt Sessler. Row 2: Michael Lilly, William Gray, Michael Massa, Ronald Williamitis, nations as they explore the geography ot various toreign countries in Western Europe. James Hathaway, Curtis Andrews. Chess Club Intra-club meets challenge cheSS students' skills Club meetings every Friday provided members with ample opportunity to en- gage in intra-club challenges. Five ot the most-skilled players then represented West at matches against W.0.l.. mem- bers Beavercreelc, Centerville, Fairmont East. Stebbins, Fairborn and Wayne. Competition in the Western Ohio League's division ot chess and bridge proved an exciting and interesting part ot the Chess Club's current activities. This division ot competition motivated club members to participate more tre- guently in the club's local chess matches. Club members spent most ot the time learning and maintaining good strategy and winning techniques. De- veloping a thorough knowledge ot the game and complete concentration be- came increasingly more interesting and demanding tor each club participant. This year tor the tirst time members participated only in the chess phase. Laclc ot interest in bridge terminated the club's competition in this area. Mr. Lee Risley advised chess club: John . u i Concentrating on their next move, the mem- teammates sharpening their slcills in prepa- RlCl1ar'Cl served 65 pFeSlCieI'1i' tl'1IS YSGF. bers ot the Chess Club watch two ot their ration tor the upcoming WOL Chess match. Front Row: Ralph Neff. Dale Robbirw. Jett Snead, Keith Stanley. Row 2: John Richard, Clittord Mack, Patrick Walther, Steve Kimble. Bowling, Earl Kulcland, Richard Kury, Milne Robert Whittorcl. Thomas Carroll, Gary Hippie, l05 Front Row: Gary Hipple, Secretary-Treasurer: President. Row 2: Ralph Nett, Gene Monnier, Row 3: Wayne True, Earl Kirkland, Gary Mary Barkalow, President: John Grittin, Vice- Bob Whittord, Henry Young, Marion Homer. Hansen, Geoff Kemp, Patrick Walther. Science Club October meeting features lecture on laser beam Mr. Jerry Piatt trom the Bell Tele- phone Company lectured on the current and tuture scientitic value ot the laser beam at an October meeting ot the Fairmont West Science Club members. Mr. Milburn Hinds aids Science Club members, Mary Barlcalow and Steve Mastriana, in con- ducting experimental research with a white mouse during a Science Club meeting. Projects at bi-monthly meetings re- mained in the tields ot biology, chem- istry and astronomy, observing proto- zoans, making contact explosives, view- ing a movie on the electron. Using Science Club's own telescope tor astro- nomical studies also proved challenging. Under the supervision ot Mr. Milburn Hinds and Mr. Elby Taclcett, members visited Mammoth Cave in the spring. li Malh Club Puzzling math problems challenge v Fronl Row: Mr. Funderburg, Ralph Neff, Sharon l'lOm9F- ROW 21 pdl Wdllliefi Wayne True. Flory. Keilh Slanley, Earl Kirkland, Marion Linnea Braille, Don Remnant Frank Trippell, club members Fairmonr Wesl l-ligh School sludenls wilh a parlicularly slrong inleresl in lhe lield ol malh lound lhal lvialh Club offered inleresling challenges lo Jrheir knowledge and skill aboul lhe subiecl. Al meelings lhe second and lourlh Tuesday ol every monlh members lesled Their malhemalical skills by working lhoughl-provoking problems wilh dil- lerenl ancl inleresling malh solulions. Again Jrhis year lvlr. Alvin Funder- burg advised enlhusiaslic lvialh Club members, frying lo presenl new and helpful lopics lo lhe sludenls and 'ro sup- plemenl lhe knowledge They gained in Fairmonl Wesl' classroom discussions. Members also found lvlalh Club meel- ings provided lhem wilh a chance 'ro socialize wilh olher Fairmonl Wesl slu- denls sharing common malh inleresls. lvlr. Alvin Funderburg, easl unil malh leacher and Malh Club adviser, helps easl unil sen- ior Bruce Byinglon wilh an inlriguing malh problem al a Tuesday ailernoon club meeling. Mary Barka low. WesT unil' senior, PaT Flanagan, gains val- uable work experience on The iob aT Clark's Shell STaTion as a member OT FairmonT WesT's DiversiTied CooperaTive Training program. DCT . Movies and brochures support vocational Training For The second successTul year, par- TicipanTs in The DiversiTied Coopera- Tive Training program, planned and en- ioyed many acTiviTies To boosT enThusi- asm Tor vocaTional Training. PicTures oT members on The iob com- prised a brochure To promoTe The pro- gram To prospecTive employers. In The spring a bangueT helped sTrengThen em- ployer-employee relaTionships. FronT Row: Clarence Jones, Larry Filo, PaT Flanagan, Jim STidham, Gene Bell, STeve Da- mico. Row 2: Jerry Ferguson, Rodney Caupp, Along wiTh iob Training in class, mem- bers beneTiTed Trom Tours oT Fisher Body Company, ChevroleT Camaro PlanT, DayTon Progress, as well as visiTing oTher DCT members aT Their iob sTaTions. Joe l-lermosillo, Bob Fox, STeve BalTes, Mike Pearman, Bob GarreTT. Front Row: Earl Sassen, Gary Northup, Presi- dent: Gene Monnier, John Dunlap, Charlie Simons, Rodger Patterson, Alan Luckman, Gary Lutz, Richard Simmerman. Row 2: Brad Aired, Bob Chapman, Bob Raney. Rodger Lyons, Sec- retary-Treasurer: George Zubrick, Tom I-linkley, Alan Kemp, Tom Carroll, Gary Croley, Mr. Wills. Row 3: Steve Callahan, Tim Janning, Radio Electronics Club Members repair color television sets ot meetings Expanding their knowledge ot elec- tronics, members enioyed repairing color television sets at club meetings and during the radio electronics classes. One major Electronics Club project consisted ot helping any interested mem- ber study tor his "ham" lamateur radio operator'sl license, To obtain this ama- teur license required basic knowledge ot various electronic devices. Radio Electronics Club members vis- ited Wl-llO television station this win- ter. This station conducted them on a tour through its studios and answered questions on any phase ot television production and technology. Electronics teacher, ivir. Wayne Wills, advised the thirty members ot Radio Electronics Club tor the school year. Seniors Richard Hillgruber, Chris Schaffer, Alan Kemp, and Dave Blakely, use the oscil- loscope and other school electronic equip- ment at an Electronics Club meeting. Hen ry Cooney. Pat Proctor, Larry Spa rks. Richard Hillgruber, Chris Schatter, Dave Blakely, Alan Smith. l Pre5idenT Marcia Cromer and acTive member for Hqe Ckifigfmag parfy given af The Slaie Sherry Taulbee enioy cOnsTrucTing decoraTions Hospgfal by Wesj-'S High Schgol Red Crgss, maesw.w.ssmmwswa-ssemuuzw-f::--' - ' 1 -' 1'fffv1:':e".- ei ,.,. : ,,.. : fs r- :- fr-f:::E':i::E::W: 1f'v-ir ' : " J Y FronT Row: PaTricia Dahlman, Rebecca Gil- lan, Marcia Cromer, Sherry Taulbee. Hiqh School Red Cross Change of name enlarges scope of service club FairmOnT WesT's branch OT The Red Cross sTarTed The year by changing The club's name Trom The Junior Red Cross To The l-ligh School Red Cross Club. Under careTul supervision OT adviser Miss MargareT Rooney, This year, acTive members parTicipaTed in various pro- grams Tor beneTiT OT The communiTy. ln The early winTer, members Took sTreamers and OTher decoraTions TO The STaTe l-lOspiTal Tor The mOnThly birThday parTy. To Take care OT The cOsT OT maTerials, and TO make money, several OT The club's members held a bakesale. ln The spring, members assembled disasTer kils which could provide neces- siTies To vicTims OT Tloods, Tornadoes, or OTher calamiTies occurring in any loca- Tion OT The UniTed STaTes Or Canada. MeeTings OT The High School Red Cross Club Took place on The second Wednesday OT every mOnTh. Any in- TeresTed sTudenT could aTTend meeTings. Campus Life Members hold CI mcmhunf- To build interest iln club WesT's YouTh Tor ChrisT Club, now known as Campus I.iTe Club, held a man- hunT This year. One evening, members proved Their ingenuiTy by collecTing all kinds oT people and bringing Them back To school. l-lighlighTs OT The evening in- cluded a Talls by Mr. Dale KurTz. OTher evenTs sponsored by Campus LiTe Club included a Pillow FighT held in The gym, and a Wild Goose Chase, conducTed by The DayTon YouTh Tor ChrisT OrganizaTion. ParTicipaTion in The laTTer involved sTudenTs Trom many schools in The DayTon area. Campus LiTe Clubs Trom area schools sponsored a Penny Queen ConTesT where The candidaTe wiTh The mosT pennies won The TiTle. This year Jan Windsor served as WesT's candidaTe Tor Penny Queen. Campus LiTe PresidenT Kay BuTlce, and Vice-PresidenT Brenda Messer became involved in rewriTing The consTiTuTion. Mr. Frank Maus served as Their adviser. FronT Row: Marilyn GranT. DoroThy Remnant Kay BuTke, President Brenda Messer, Vice- Carnpus LiTe Presidenl' Kay BuTcke and Vice- Presideni' Brenda Messer discuss possible re- PresidenTg Terry KeTchum, l-lelen Bailey, Sherry Taulbee, Mr. Frank Maus.'Row 2: Mike Massa, vision oT The club's consTiTuTion wiTh Their help- Tul and inTeresTed adviser Mr. Frank Maus. Bill Gray, Milce Lily, Doug Konrads, James l.aTham, James HaThavvay. MEMBERS OF THE CREATIVE WRITERS CLUB Karns, Bonnie Sclionsclweclc. Row 2: Jeff Bow- Froni- Row: Melinda Lui, Jan Parker, Cindy ling, Diane l-lurr. Mary Barlcalow, Julia Roach. Club adviser, Miss Rullw Heiizman. reminds Roach, of Jrlwe fad 'rlwal' a good wriier musi senior Crealive Wrirers' Club member, Julia learn ro use an up-'ro-daie diciionary oilen. Secrelary-Treasurer: John Luyben. Presidenl. Creafive Wrilers Club Members work on publication of "Glorious Fool" Crearive Wrirers Club again pub- lislied, Jrhis year. Fairmoni' Wesl"s liierary magazine, "Glorious Fool." li coniained liierary works wriiien by club members and orlwer Wesr siudemls. Creaiive Wrilers Club provided en- couragemeni' for crealive expression in wriling. Wiiln iliis encouragement mem- bers of rlwis small buf inleresiing club developed ilweir creaiive wriring abiliiies ai all ilue club's bi-monrlily meelings. Members submiiied +l'ieir own poems, slriorl' siories and essays lo be read and discussed by fellow wriiers ai cluxb meelings. Many of Wesi's inieresied wriiers came from +l1is organizalion. Under flue guidance of Miss Ruili l-leilzman, club adviser, Crearive Wriiers Club members pracliced lime use of cor- reci' English, and evenlually developed wriring siyle snowing individualiiy. Art Club Club visits Cincinnati Art Museum and University of Dayton exhibit in January, Fairmont West's Art Club members and other interested West students traveled to Cincinnati to visit the art museum located there. Members also viewed paintings on display at the University ot Dayton Front Row: Mr. David Smith, adviser, Bev Corsmeier, Ann Maess, Sue Stanton, l-lelen Per- lcins, Gail l-taddix, Sarah Elder, Wanda Saet- tel, Mr. Fred Von Gruenigen, adviser. Row 2: Central unit senior. Scott Baker, utilizes the solitude and stimulating atmosphere ot a West art classroom to turther develop his artistic ability and techniques atter school hours. by science tiction artist Jaclc Gaugan and artist Sister Mary Couta. At a February meeting, Mr. Richard Black, commercial artist and teacher at U.D., talked to the club, expanding members' appreciation ot art. Fairmont West Art Club member, toreign ex- change student Nina Bourdery, looks on as Wanda Saettei works diiigentiy on her art proiect during an atter-school club meeting. Helen LeMay, Nina Bourdery, Linda Vandeval, Michele Hinders, Leslie Krapt, .lan Parker, James Latham, Marlc Leclclider, Judy Owens, George Zubriclc. Richard Adams, Dianne Wei- Missy Lowndes, Denise Caton, Melinda, Liu land, Sue Watson. Alice Schmidt. Row 3: Stephanie Schonsheck, AFS West hosts two Front Row: Karen Sosnowski, Pat Dahlman, Claudia Church, Dedra Turner, Viclci Madole, Gunvar Lahr, Helen LeMay, Nina Bourdery, Betty Anderson, Marilyn Kershner, Suzy New- lin, Jan Kelly, Roz Wollenhaupt. Row 2: Car- leen Marshall, Debbie Morrison, Madeline Mohanco, Vera Zitzlce, Linda Vandeval, Carol l new European exchange students Fairmont West's American Field Serv- ice served as the otticial welcoming club tor two new toreign students, Nina Bourdery and Gunvar Lahr. West stu- dents met the exchange students at a club-sponsored reception in September. AFS student Gunvar came to Fair- mont West trom Norway. She lived with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Madole and their daughter Viclci, an East Unit sen- ior, during the l968-69 school year. Gunvar enjoyed music as a subject and as a hobby, displaying her musical talent by playing piano tor assemblies on AFS Day, held on December IO. Nina came to the United States trom Paris, France, through the lnternational Christian Youth Exchange. She spent the school year with her American sis- ter, West Unit senior Helen LeMay, and the William LeMay tamily. West's toreign exchange student Gunvar Lahr gains better control ot the English language Niehus, Ann Bains, Dianne Weiland, Patty Monschlce, Lynne Wagner, Bona Schellhase, Patty Begley, Betty Winkelmann. Row 3: Mar- gie Zaremski, Melissa Brown, Linda Meuser, Marcia Mumpower, Kathy Shultheis, Barbara Butt, Marcia Madden, Van Purdy, Holly Dag- anhardt, Linda Fryer, Mary Gilbert, Gail Nina arrived at West hoping to have a good loolc at lite in America. Nina's involvement in classroom and extra-curricular activities brought her in contact with lite at West. With this involvement came the opportunity tor West students to learn something about her country, its culture and customs. To promote better international un- derstanding, Fairmont West's AFS club members sponsored AFS Day at West. Exchange students trom area schools visited West during the day and spolce to the student body, a banquet climaxed the day's international activities. Members sold otticial AFS Christmas cards as the highly successtul club's money-malcing project ot the year. This year Fairmont West chose Jane Kelly and Kate Riley as candidates tor the AFS program, Americans Abroad. while delivering a speech in Mr. Joseph Kuldau's second period basic speech classroom. Wagner, Polly Brodericlc, Cindy Lindamood, Kathy Taylor. Row 4: Judy Bleicher, Judy Wheaton, Harriet Lett, Nancy Hedden, James Latham, Cycl Brower, Debbie Anderson, Melissa Cooper, Debbie Aszling, Lynn Judge, Doris Korczynslci, Pam Medley, Patty Zenner, Stella Zonars, Salle Greimann, Susie Banks. Wmmwwa- w- S5 E Foreign sludenls Gunvar Lahr and Nina Boura dery show each olher lhe flags of rheir naliye Foreign exchange sluclenls from Cenlerville Nina and Gunvarinlalliir1gl'Ol'l1G l:airr1'lOf'1l counrries on display in lhe school library and Oakwood High Schools loin Wesr sludenrs Wesr sludenl body during lhe AFS assembly. for all Fairmonl Wesl sludenls lo view. AFS officers, Presidenl Belri Anderson, Vice- Kelly, and Secrelary Sue Nawlin discuss AFS Presidenl Marilyn Kershner. Treasurer Jane Day plans with club adviser Mr, Dale Berry. l Fronl' Row: Pam Kemp, Presidenl: Pai O'Rourke, Vice-Presidenf: Alexandra Feeman, Secrefary. Row 2: Diane Krieger, Paf Dahlman, Claudia Church, Debbie Morrison, Kafe Riley, Pris- cilla Bosnak, Cindy Lindamood, Chris Davis. Row 3: Barbara Buff, Carleen Marshall, Mad- JCOWA line Mohanco, Linda Meuser, Mary Snyder, Sally Daly, Carol Fisk, Judy Keller. Debbie Wick. Row 4: Sarah Worman, Mary Fauble, Har- rief Leff, Jennifer Daly, Marcia Hulsman, Jan Harbaugh, Peggy Kiser, Robyn Williamson, Nancy Oerke. Row 5: Mrs. Efhelyn McMillan, l Dave Chambers, Nancy Hedden, Leslie Wil- liamson, Connie Ballard, Sue Sweferman, Alice Madden, Robin Rofhar, Joyce Moninger. Row 6: Dave Frederich, Paul Anderson, Frank Trip- peff, Dave Berberf, Doug Conrads, Alan Kemp, Chris Schaffer, John Luyben. Foreign Bazaar displays culture of seven nations One of Fairmonf Wes'r's largesf and mosl acfive clubs, The Junior Council on World Affairs, sponsored an Ocfober Foreign Bazaar open fo all Fairmonf Wesi' High School sludenfs. Recognilion of Unifed Nalions as an organizafion having greaf influence on Fronl' Row: Nina Bourdery, Nancy Carfer, Diane'DeNaples, Helen LeMay, Dedra Turner. Debbie Golob, Kafie Croghan. Row 2: Melissa Brown, Linda Affeberry, Sheila Nelson, Vickie Madole, Gunvar Lahr, Befri Anderson, Sue world affairs foday provided a basis for inferesiing programs and club ac- fiviiies during Unifed Nafions Week. JCOWA members held fheir annual Hoofenanny for fhe firsf fime in con- iuncfion wifh Fufure Medical Careers Club. UNICEF received all proceeds. Hanlin, Van Purdy. Row 3: Linda Vandeval. Vera Zifzke, Connie Mullen, Judy Hanauer, Ange- lynn Hall, Linda Coons, Holly Daganhardf, Ann Bains, Sandy Lewis. Row 4: Cyd Brower, Andy Jakes. Lynn Judge, Phyllis Jackson, Marcia By delivering speeches on lhe Unifed Nafions fo hisfory classes 'rhroughouf fhe school, members earned poinfs. Wes+'s JCOWA parficipafed in a High School lnsfifuie wifh 39 ofher Dayfon-area JCOWAS. Members also affended a Model General Assembly. Munmpower. Margie Wunder, Marcia Mad- den, Judy Wheafon, Ellen Arvold. Row 5: Phil Davis, Jerry Shepard, Fred Lawson, Gary Smifh, James Lafham, Mr. Janes, Carol Moline, Susie Banks, Jan Kelly. Poli+ical Science Club Members discuss election year events and issues ln The lighT oT The elecTion year, PoliTical Science Club Took on a new imporTance. lTs members creaTed an aT- mosphere OT poliTical concern aT Fair- monT WesT l-ligh School. PosTers repre- senTing all Three poliTical parTies cov- ered hallway walls in all The uniTs. OTTicers oT This non-parTisan club and adviser, Mr. Ben Ankney, arranged To have inTormaTive guesT speakers ad- dress The members and answer quesTions. Mr. Jim Morrow, campaign manager Tor congressional candidaTe Mr. Paul J. Tipps, spoke To PoliTical Science Club abouT The presidenTial candidaTes and The poliTical siTuaTion in our counTry. Mr. Morrow answered quesTions abouT his candidaTe and his parTy, and Told PoliTical Science Club members how They and Their Triends mighT become involved in The local and naTional poliTical scene. Club members Took acTive parT in The campaigns and mock elecTion held Tor WesT sTuclenTs OcTober 29. Through meeTing discussions and in- dividual search Tor knowledge, members ' cl k l d T Mr. Jim Morrow. 23 year-old campaign manager speaks To WesT's PoliTical Science members gained a new an broader now e ge O fo, c,,,,g,esS,O,,,,i Canclidafe paui J, Tippgl aboui polifical issues oT sniefesi To mem. American poliTicS and government Fronl' Row: Dave Chambers, Program Chairman, NeuberT, Hanna l-linchman, HarrieT LeTT, Caro- Jack l-lorrell, Craig Berry, Alan Kemp, Tom Jim Wick, Presidenh Doug DoTy. Vice-Presi- lyn Moline, Melinda Liu, BeTTi Anderson, Terry Green, Dave BeiTzel, Kerry Lawson, Fred Lawson. clenT: Pricilla STanZe. SecreTary. Row 2: Nancy Wallace, Terry WaiTzman. Row 3: Ron FleiTz, CRIBBAGE CLUB-Front Row: Judi Patrick, Janet Luttrell. Row 2: Linda Oeters, John Mills, Richard Simmerman. Gene Monnier, Organizer, Treasurer: Thomas Carroll, President: Patricia Cribbage Club Enthusiasm and determination aid in starting club To broaden horizons at Fairmont West, several studentsibegan the school year by presenting new ideas tor proif ects and groups. Two senior boys, Gene lvlonnier and Tom Carroll, proved their enthusiasm and determination by suc- cesstully starting a Cribbage Club. Members ot the club met the second and tourth Thursday ot the 'month im- mediately atter school in East Unit. Be- cause ot the game's ditticulty, early meetings dealt with how to play it. Mr. John Kuehn served as the Crib- bage Club's adviser. Mr. Kuehn not only watched as the students played, he otten joined in with them. President Tom Carroll pensively watches as Gene Monnier, club organizer, uses strategy while contemplating his winning move at one ot the weekly meetings ot the Cribbage Club. Emmons. Vice-President, Pat-Nazalc. Front Row: Patty Begley, Dianne Wood, Connie Sanchez, Linda Grover, Andy Jakes, Karen Barnes, Jill Dietz, Jeannalte Borchers, Deb Rosenberger, Dawn Waodall, Sharon Smith, Karen Dietrichson, Linda Oelers. Row 2: Katie Croghan, Cindy Lindamood, Linda Barker, Les- lie Redmon, Ann Beines, Bill Grey, Robin Ski Club Rofher, Liz Ferguson, Joyce Moninger, Kris Ehmke, Sharon Trace, Marion l'lass, Denise Dickerson, Linda Walther. Row 3: Deborah l-laacke, Theresa Reeder, Mary Brubaker, Larry Cecil, Mark Lathrop, Bob Whitiord, Fred Law- son, Mike Blain, Mark Lecklider, Jim Hath- away, Paula White, Steve Brown, John Riley, Excursion to Clear Fork highlights Members of Fairmont West's Ski Club, the largest club in the school, chose as the highlight of the year, a weekend trip to Clear Fork Ski Lodge in Butler, Ohio. The students left Friday after- noon by bus and returned late Sunday. SKI CLUB-Front Row: Sherry Beckstein, Pam- ela Haslings, Patricia Enwright, Penny Sue Paddock, Nancy Jo Kuhn, Elizabeth Reagon, Chris Davis, Angelynn Hall, Susan Watson, Palli York, Donna Palmer, Cheryl Trickler, Rozalend Wollenhaupt. Row 2: Ellen Cushner, Secretary-Treasurer, Denise Caron, Lillian Trippelt, Jennifer Pense, Lynn Miller, Mary Those skiiers unable to make the trip to Clear Fork had ample opportunity to sharpen their skills at Sugarcreek Ski l'lills. Every Thursday members oi the club traveled to Sugarcreek to work on their techniques and enioy themselves. Fauble, Allynn Wallace, Annette Argue, Shei- la Nelson, Lisa Bradfork, l-lolly Daganhardl, Barbara Hopkins, Paula Cushner. Row 3: Mich- ael Slusser, Vicki Madole, Martha l-leisler, Linda Vandeval, Program Chairman: Rita Bok- hold, Patricia Monshke, David Younkman Vice-President: Douglas Doty, Presidenll Timolhy l-logan, Roger Sachleban, Jack Da- Tom Dalts, Ric Scharrer, Roberta Andrews. Row 4: Sue Algo, Sarah Worman, Sue Sweterman, Sheree Robinson, Alice Batty, Judy Darling, Lynne Wagner, Jan Windsor, Willie Allen, Pat Pancoasi, Gunvar Lahr, Charles Weaver, David Gunderson, Re- becca Gillan, l-larriet Leif. year's activities Senior Doug Doty served as President oi the Ski Club. Other officers in- cluded Dave Younkman, Vice-Presidentg Ellen Cushner, Secretary-Treasurer: and Linda Vandeval, Program Chairman. Mrs. Sharion Slewarl' served as adviser. vidson, David Beitzel, Frank Leilwich Trip- pell, Deborah Ruff, l-lannah l-linchman. Row 4: Gregory Seller, David Williams. Roy McKay, David Frederick, Ronald Robinson, Jeiiory Wise, Bruce l-luiier, Christopher Krumhollz, William Oliver, Ste- phen Sarlin, David Berbert. Charles Mc- Cormick, Jack Daniels, and Jonaihon Grady. Front Row: Diane Clark, Debby Golob, Marilyn Kershner. Leslie Ederer, Karen York, l-lellen Le- May, Claudia Church, Marilyn Grant, Yolande Fulton, Ann Maess, Kathy Shultheis, Judi Pat- riclc, Terry Waitzman, Ruth Sexton. Row 2: National Honorv Society Debbie Martinson, Pam Kemp, Lara Laclcey, Betti Anderson, Nancy Biagi, Connie Schaerer, Gloria Shantz, Leslie Williamson, Phyllis Jack- son, Karen Adams. Sue Stanton, Carolyn Grover, Sue Lachey, Marcia Mumpower. Row 3: Dave John Bryant State Park outing highlights the school year for TK With the guidance ot adviser Mr. Paul Wagner, T.K. members enioyed many activities throughout the year, in- cluding a Christmas party, a cottee hour Front Row: Becky Gillan, Carleen Marshall, Julia Roach, Bonnie Schonsheclc, Betsy Ashmun, Debbie Thygerson, Kathy Caldwell, Linda Fra- zier, Priscilla Bosnalc, Kathy Banlcs, Margie Za- remslci. Pam McCoppin, Katie Croghan. Row 2: tor the class ot I968, and a spring picnic at John Bryan State Park. West taculty members chose students displaying excellence in the areas ot Linda Meuser, Ellen Cushner, Dorothy Rem- nant, Diane Kempter, Anne Schuler, Anne Bartlett, Melissa Brown. Marcia l-lulsman. Kate Riley, Lynne Wagner, Marcia Flynn, Geor- geene McClellan. Maureen Kemper. Row 3: Scudder. Jaclc l-lorrell, Jerry Shepard, Bob Swartzel, Tom Green, Frank Trippett, Mark Zechar, Alan Kemp, Tim Pottenger, David Younlcman, Carl Wilcox, Jenni Daly, Jill Schmidt, Nancy Smith, Pat Emmons. scholarship, character, service, and lead- ership tor membership in Fairmont West's chapter ot the National l-lonor Society, Torch and Keystone. Membership in this honorary organi- zation could not exceed titteen per cent ot the senior class, seven-and-one-halt per cent inducted their iunior year and the remaining seven-and-one-halt per cent inducted their senior year. Milne Jones, Keith Stanley, Jett Adam, Claude VanOrden, Bob Ulrich, Marc Jewell, Pat Pan- coast, Dave Beitzel, Tom Woods, Steve Kisling, Gary Hutton, Mel Hill. David Chambers, Mike Nishimura. Quill and Scroll ln the Dayton Daily News building, the lino- type machine tascinates Quill and Scroll mem- bers Mike Nolan and Debbie Hecht, as they are conducted through the composing room. West's iournalism students tour Dayton Daily News Members of Fairmont West's chap- ter ot the Quill and Scroll Interna- tional Society ot l-liqh School Journal- ists watched publication ot the Dayton Front Row: Claudia Church, President: Anne Bartlett, Treasurer: Mike Nolan, Vice-Pres- identg Debby Hecht, News Reporter: Linda Daily newspaper as part ot a conducted tour taken early this spring. Dragon and Dragon Tales statt mem- bers qualitied tor membership in Quill Cantrell, Secretary. Row 2: Pam McCoppin, Carolyn Grover, Pam Kemp, Priscilla Bosnak, Margie Zaremski, Maureen Kemper, Kay Butcke. and Scroll by being in the upper third ot their class and showing superior work in journalism. Induction took place at separate iunior and senior banquets. Row 3: Lara Lackey, Melissa Brown, Diane Hurt. Tom Green, Linda Sharp, Jackie Wil- liamson. Fronf Row: Judy Sleininger, Karen York. Vicky Korosei, Alice Hoover, Vicki Crumrine, Kalhy Denka, Karen Barnes, Jan VanZan+, Lori Tun- gale. Polly Viels, Sue Maslriano, Claudia Church. Row 2: Linda Coons, Carol Claweson, Sue Houseworlh, Gail Sollenberger, Lee Anna Sleeley, Diana Perry, Pam Miller, Sue Wal- M-. Members enioy Fairmonlr Wes+'s local chapler of 'rhe Nalional Forensic League compiled an undefealed sweepslakes record. Mem- bers won The Weslern Ohio League Sweepslakes in Sidney, 'rhe NFL Sweep- Fronl Row: Jeannelle Borchers, Palli York, Kris Suro, Parsy Paddock, Yolande Fullon, Janel Jones, Tannis Cook, Linda Afleberry, Pam Med- ley, Kalhy Anderson, Kale Riley. Row 2: Kris Ehmke. Nancy Neuberl, Teresa Wailzman, Pam Kemp, Abby Plummer, Sue l-lovey, Carol Niehus, son, Sue Brusl, Dianne Wood, Jan Nolle, Madeline Mohanco, Kalhy Banks. Row 3: Gloria Shaniz, Leslie Williamson, Connie Schaerer. Ellen Cushner, Belli Anderson, Dave Beilzel, Tom Green, Susie Banks, Sandra Coul- les, Alexandra Feeman, Beverly Thornhill, Mar- l cia Madden, Sandy Owen. Row 4: Tim Doebler, Galen Emery, Dan Pallerson, Allen Fox, Jeff Wise, Randy Kronour, Mike Davis, Jeff Eckerl, Marc Jewell, Pal Pancoasl. David Chambers, Gary l-lulion, Mike Nolan, Jerry Shepard, Jack l-lorrell. undefeated record in sweepstakes slakes held al' S+. Xavier in Cincinnali, and a sweepslakes held in Cenrerville. Members also compeled in The dis- +ric'r and slale speech conlesls. Areas of compelilion included humor, dramalic, Kay Bulcke, Paula While, Vera Zilzke, Linda Marquardl, Marcia Flynn. Row 3: Kalhy Sci- mone, Ann Downey, Laurie Lawson, Linda Richardson, Diane Kelzel, Parry Slralhearn, Jane Hari, Charles McCormick, Rick Thomas. Bonnie oralory, original oralory, exlempore, and debale. Sludenls presenled an NFL show 'ro raise money for Their lreasury. Miss Leah Funk. Mr, Joseph Kuldau, Mr. William Smilh advised 'lhe club. Schonsheck, Anne Schuler, Julia Roach. Row 4: Jeff Linsker, Ted Burlon, Gregg Sipe. Mark Hellon, Bob Nelson, Mark Miller. Mike Sneed, Dave Berberl, Bill Duncan, Terry Flavin, Bill Lewis, Bill Lashley, Alan Grodrian, Bill Search. l L Front Row: Claudia Church, Patsy Paddock, Flynn, Bob Nelson, Connie Schaerer. Lara Vicki Crumrine, Karen York,'Yolande Fulton, Lackey, Gloria Shantz, Bonnie Schonsheck, Terry Waitzman, Dianne Wood, Kate Riley. Leslie Williamson, Janice Reynolds. Row 3: Row 2: Pam Kemp, Betti Anderson, Marcia Cliff Mack, David Chambers, Mike Nolan, Al- Thespians Members show stage aptitude in two productions Students attained the ten points nec- essary tor membership in the Fairmont West chapter ot National Thespian So- ciety through participation in the sen- ior class play "Blithe Spirit," the junior class play, "David and Lisa," operetta "Camelot," and state drama testival. With the aid ot advisers Mr. William Smith and Mr. Joseph Kuldau, mem- bers earned thespian points in areas ot acting, student directing, makeup, cos- tuming, lighting, and stage cratt. Menn- bership also included students involved in television and summer theater work. Senior thespian Bob Nelson caretully lis- tens to Ott-stage directions, as he por- trays A Mr. Condomine during dress rehearsal tor the senior class play "Blithe Spirit," an Fox, Mike Licata, Pat Pancoast, Jim Lath- am, Brad Watson, Dave Berbert, Ron Fleitz, Kenneth Rogers. l 4 Dragon Tales statt artists Kathy Kline far illustrations in an upcoming issue and Dave Kesling compose rough sketches ot West's newspaper, the Dragon Tales. Dragon Tales West's school paper adds two feature articles Two new teature columns became part ot Fairmont West's newspaper, Dragon Tales. "l-l.lvl.S." written by Dave Cham- bers tried to otter humorous, satir- ical retlections on lite to the readers. Realizing the laclc ot coverage tor girls athletics motivated Pam Mccoppin to write "Purple Petti Pants," report- ing on girls sports and G.A.A. activities. Money needed to cover the cost ot production and publication came trom various money-malcing channels such as soliciting advertisements to local busi- nesses, selling student telephone direc- tories and sponsoring an atter-game dance with the l-li-Y Club. Students wishing to be on the news- paper statt must show a desire to con- tribute and an interest in journalism. Sales and distribution statt members, Steve ettorts with Gayle Shepard, Dragon Tales record tor the l968-69 year. Students use Utz, Phil Smith. and Jack Davidson combine statt typist, in recording the distribution this record as a.tuture business reference I24 Business manager Ron Fleifz calls +o con- firm a publishing dale while new business slaff adviser Mr. Dale Berry ascerlains one of 'Phe future deadlines for Dragon Tales. Dave Berberl, Helen Lelvlay and Bill Duncan crifique a preview copy of Their mosl re- cenl issue of Dragon Tales before dislrib- uiing if fo ihe awaiiing sfudeni' body. Sporls edifor Sieve Kisling, wilh assisiance from siaff member Dave Chambers, carries ouf fhe necessary Jrask of cropping baslcefball picfures for fhe Draqon Tales' sporfs pace. l Barbara Gillan and Judy Whealon finish 'the 6 school newspaper by folding. assembling long chain of work involved in producing and slacking finished product for delivery. Bob Sharp and Mike Barnes, Dragon Tales sfaff phofographers, check over receni phoio- graphs in order To choose lhe besi ones for Their upcoming issues of Dragon Tales. si 'llimlg M fi Serving for her lirsl year as lhe ediiorial adviser fhe I968 award received from N.S.P.A. fo co- ol 'rhe newspaper Miss Karhryn G-uihman shows ediiors Tom Green and Carolyn Grover. Page edilors Debbie Hecht Nancy Biagi, Ann Barlefr, Beclcy Fisher, Diane l-lurl, Kay Buf- clce, Pam Mccoppin and Sieve Kisling careful- araiion of sending Fairmonl' Wesl's newspaper ly check over ihe designafed pages in prep- The Dragon Tales +0 fhe publishing company. Editorial Stott member. Judy Steininger. ping date, while reporters Marcia l-tulsman, late about upcoming Dragon events that marlcs on the calendar a Dragon Tales ship- Katherine Brown, and Randi Maclntyre specu- they should report on tor the newspaper. Draggn Tales Letters-to-editor motivate student body expression Meeting the desire ot Fairmont West's student body to express opinions on issues pertaining to the school, Dragon Tales devoted more time and space to the letters-to-the-editor column. . . . ts Miss Kathryn Guthman, new editori- ,,s, If .Qky V al adviser tor the Dragon Tales, assist- ' ed by Coedlliors Tom Green and Caro' Jack Davidson, member ot the sales and subscription card. used in place ot money lyn Sfoyerl 5+re55eCI bet--ter' Wellqound- distribution statt, punches a hole in a new in exchange tor a copy of Dragon Tales. ed coverage ot all school activities. Circulated titteen times through- out the school year, Dragon Tales at- tempted to cover all aspects ot Fair- mont West and school operations, in- .sx-c a - ' re-1: s.ssa: cluding special issues tor Homecom- ing, Christmas and Senior Farewell. Instead ot using an activity ticket to buy Dragon Tales every two weeks, the Dragon Tales statt innovated the idea ot using subscription cards. Proving excellence, Dragon Tales won the National Scholastic Press Association First Class Award tor the third year. Alice Hoover, Teresa Paslcins and Deborah Gross, members ot the Dragon Tales editor- ial statt, critique the latest edition ot the newspaper to insure accurate reporting. Marilyn Grant, Sandy Lewis and Lara Lackey ot the taculty and academics statt, look over returned data sheets on West's admin- istration, service ixpersonnel and faculty, . , 3 it izf yi, 4 K Wm , ur s Advertising staff member John Drayton writes down the names ot businesses who patronize Business manager. Jeanne Mahtouz and Carla Hall listen attentively while Dragon ads ,Wg viser, Mrs. Jane Nolan, explains the tunda- mentals ot layouts tor the patron pages. the Dragon, while advertising manager Mike Nolan marks down the amount on the chart. Dragon Durand names '68 cover first in United States Durand Publishing Company, one ot the toremost cover companies in the U.S. bestowed its greatest honor upon the I968 Dragon by awarding the book the honor ot the best cover and overall book ot all yearbooks Durand handles. I968 Dragon won the All-American Rating trom the National Scholastic Press Association, Medalist Rating trom Columbia University and A+ Rating trom National School Yearbook Asso- ciation. Thus, the '69 statt taced a challenge to repeat these honors. Since the i968 Dragon had attained one ot the highest advertising goals in the nation, Columbia Scholastic Press Association in New York invited Mrs. Jane E. Nolan, adviser to the Dragon, to speak at its Short Course on Year- book Procedure held in October. Dragon business slall members Nancy Smirh, Becky Spahr, Debbie Shannon and Jackie Wil- ir? l968-I969 Dragon Ediror-in-Chief, Priscilla Bosnak, places cards wirh srudenrs names on rhem in alphaberical order for 'rhe Pholo- ' liil' lndex seciion of 'rhe Fairmonl' Wes? Dragon. Dragon sporfs slafi consisling of Bob Chap- gelher on planning layouls and wriling cap- man, Doug Freeman, and Joy Hildrelh work lo- lions for fhe afhlefic seciion of 'the Dragon. s .'.!,:Q, .5121 V - W Business manager, Linda Sharpe, wriles down an adverlisinq schedule while Dragon pholo- Business siaff members Nancy Neuberf and Slel- area adverrisers who confribufed maior porrion scheduler Vicki Crumrine phones Logans Slu- la Zonars fype monfhly billing for mailing ro of revenue for l969 Fairmonl Wes? yearbook. dio lo schedule a dale for lhe pholographer. liamson allack lhe massive iob of alphabel- izing sludenfs names for lhe carcl calaloque. we ...M W' A s , . , , u,ls, W., l .. ldenfilying and arranging class piclures, one slalf, provides Debbie Morrison: Claudia Linda Ca,-Well, Senior Secfion Edifopgand Sheila of Hwe many lime-consuming iobs of 'flue classes Church, l-lead Seclion Edilorz Peggy Canlrellg Nelson wifh many hours gf fedioug Working lime, Melissa Brown, edilor ol acliyilies for llue Dragon slands ready lo crop a piclure wlwile Kalny Banks and -Judy Keller choose and wrile capllons lor an appropriale plwolograpln. .Jica ,,E,,,,I A,,:. y:,, 5 I Dragon sporls slall members. Jell Wise GHCl willi baslcelball coaclw, Mr. William Kaylor 'iii Doug Freeman spend a few minules lallcing abou? llwe l968-69 Dragon baslcelloall season. I30 Dragon Yearbook Staff plans for a new 3-column layout ConsTanTly Trying To 'find new and beTTer ways To improve The Dragon led To using a Three column book Tor I969. Three column books provide more orig- inaliTy in layouTs and beTTer creaTive eTTecTs in phoTography and copy. Members oT The sTaTT again aTTended The iournalism workshop aT Ohio Univer- siTy where ideas on layouTs, picTure cropping, arT work, adverTising, busi- ness and phoTography provided new learning experiences and ideas. ParenT paTron ToTals Topped The '68 amounT and provided The Dragon wiTh a larger budgeT ThaT included color pic? Tures and TradiTional seal on The cover. TradiTion changed when Tor The TirsT Time in many years a navy blue cover replaced The TradiTional whiTe cover. Margie Zaremski. secTion ediTor of organ- izaTions, shows Madeline Mohanco, Gloria I Pam Kemp, ediTor of The beauTy se-cTion of The Dragon and Jan NolTe, arT ediTor, work wnkhsw To co-ordinaTe color and design in producing an inTeresTing eTTecT Tor The Dragon cover. ShanTz, Carleen Marshall and PaTsy Paddock how To crop a Tormal, group picTure. Dragon's copy ediTor, Maureen Kemper. goes over all TriplicaTes To check Tor correcT choice OT words. misTakes in puncTuaTion, spelling and verb Tenses beTore publicaTion. ,, xg Observafion fhfough a 'relescope lens of a Advanced Science IV sfudenr Melinda Liu fo copper wire near Hs breaking poinf enabres accurarely measure and record The fension. Ulilizing evening hours ai' Fairrnonr Wesl's The liierary secfion while galhering maree library, iurnior Sue Sexfon browses lhrough rials For a required English research paper. This +hing called learning Beckons wi+h a sfrong hand. One ascends Hs worn sfeps Sfanding yearning A+ Hs fhreshold, Tasfing H's adven+urous 'Flavor Breafhing deeply fhe Fumes o'F fhose wiser. Through each new day Gaining knowledge, Undersfanding old wisdom, Discovering- Herifage of Academics. Pinning Jerry Shepard wiih The 'iradilional blue-and-yellow bow during Nafional l-lonor Sociely ceremonies, Torch and Keyslone mem- ber Melvin Hill offers his congrafulaiions. x. Tim Pollenger, Dayion Junior Chamber of Com- merce Scholarship recipienl, devoies rnuch of his lime io The valuable words, and greai' works lhal may be found in Wesi's library. Voice of Democracy coniesi winner, Kalie Croqhan, eicpounds upon ihe challenges facing democracy. and voices ideas as 'ro how 'ihe American people musl meei These challenges. i NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS -David Chambers. Melinda Liu, John Buller, Kalie Croghan, Jennifer Daly, Kale Riley. Caro- lyn Grover. lNo+ picluredz Debbie Gololml Serving as siudeni-direcior of lhis year's oper- ella, "Camelot" service-minded LaSerioma Award recipient Marilyn Kershner, dis- cusses Jrhe scripi wifh Mr. Gene Seeberger, lllusiraiing 'lhe precision and paiience so necessary in every aspeci of science, Bausch and Lomb Science Award recipieni, Debbie Golob, demonslrales a laborafory experiment ACHV9 Pam Kemp. Fairmonf WEST represenTa- Award, also serves as beauTy ediTor oT The Tive Tor The HuTTman Junior Ambassador I969 Dragon, and sTrives To perTecT a lay-ouT. DexTerious JaneT Luke. recipienT oT The BeTTy Crocker Homemaker Award, demonsTraTes The fine domesTic capabiliTies ThaT allowed her To represenf FairmonT WesT aT The sTaTe conTesT. Excellence and effort earn Wesfonions high honors Scoring well in The NaTional MeriT Scholarship TesT, several FairmonT WesT seniors received recogniTion This year. CompeTing wiTh high school sTudenTs Trorn all areas OT The UniTed STaTes, TourTeen WesT sTudenTs meriTed honors wiTh LeTTers oT CommendaTion raTings. EighT WesT seniors received TinalisT raTings, making Them eligible Tor col- lege scholarships. Again This year, more WesT sTudenTs received This recogni- Tion Tor ouTsTanding scholasTic abil- iTy Than any oTher school in The area. Senior Marilyn Kershner received The LaSerToma Award This year. Sponsored by The DayTon l.aSerToma Club, The award recognized ouTsTanding service in The church, The school, and communiTy. SelecTed Tor her ouTsTanding work and devoTion To The Tield oT science aT FairmonT WesT, cenTral uniT senior, Deb- bie Golob, received The Bausch and Lomb Science Award This year. Achieving The highesT score aT WesT on a TesT adminisTered annually To sen- ior girls, JaneT Luke meriTed The honor oT represenTing FairmonT WesT in The sTaTe conTesT held laTer in The year. Tim PoTTenger, a wesT uniT senior, received The DayTon Junior Chamber oT Commerce Scholarship Award This year. Tim received The award Tollowing exTen- sive TesTing and inTerviewing, and com- peTed wiTh many oTher area sTudenTs, all vying Tor This college scholarship. KaTie Croghan won WesT's Voice oT Democracy ConTesT This year, wiTh The speech "Freedom's Challenges." Pam Kemp represenTed Fairmom' WesT in The HuTTman Junior Ambassador Award compeTiTion. BoTh seniors advanced To disTricT compeTiTion in boTh conTesTs. LETTERS OF COMMENDATlON-Fron-l' Row: Marcia Mumpower, BeTTi Anderson, Diane Qreen, Dave BeiTzeI, Mike Mullen, Woody STiles. Marilyn Kershner, JaneT Luke, Marcia Flynn, Clark. Row 2: Tim FoTTenger, PaT PancoasT, Tom Mike Jones, lNaf piCTured: Debra Zimmermanl 5 s- 'X 'S sg S M - , f-Yi. - Q .iam - Cenlral unif English leacher, Mr. George Tarzinslci explains fhe elemerifs of lhe shorl slory and gives examples of each lo ilne siu- Wilh +he use of visual leaching aids, such as Sharon l-lonalcar delails The birrh of English denls of his lourfh period liferalure class. lhis model of an early-Elizabelhen fhealre, Miss drama for her English liieralure classes. lVliSS Kalllfyn Gurlwman. WGSf Unll English can wrilers as Marla Twain and Brel' Harfe work, and +0 supplemenl her ll'1OFOUqlW Sfudy iedkllef, Iecrures her' ClGSS on such early Amari- in Qrder +0 lend an appreciafion of Their of H19 beginnings of American lileralure, To 'rhe delighi of iheir classmaies, iuniors Judy Owens, Ginny Sando, and Sheila Nelson Nm., enliven iheir firsi-period English Iiieraiure and composiiion class wilh iheir porlrayal oi lhe Lilerary analysis ancl composition expands 1969 English curriculum This year, under ihe auspices oi Miss Leah Funclc, chairman of The English deparlmeni, Wesi coniinued in iis evo- luiion. Lilerary analysis and advanced composiiion, a new course, expanded 'rhe seleclion for college-bound seniors. More ilexibiliiy in course seleciion al- lowed siudenis io choose from ihree iracis: basic, lradilional, enriched. Flexi- biliiy, ihis year, allowed The siudenis ihe privilege oi changing from one pro- gram io anoiher ai end of ierm. Basic English placed special emphasis upon grammars iundamenials in boih wriling and speaking. Novel ieam-leach- ing meihods placed equal siress upon lhe areas oi oral communicalion, read- ing, and reading improvemenl, alloi- ling iwelve weeks io each area. Siudenis who elecied The enriched English course look American lilera- iure and composiiion as sophomores, as did juniors in 'rhe iradiiional lraci. Re- poris on ihe birih oi American liiera- iure, as well as enaclmenls from 'rhe American drama supplemenied siudy. Juniors had ihe opporiuniiy of eleci- ing a course which incorporaled boih English liieraiure and coniesi speech. Providing iheir previous work proved worlhy, iuniors from any English iracl' found ii possible io ialce ihis course. ihree very wiclced and evil wiiches from Shake- speare's famous and popular play, "Macbeih." Concenlraiion, creaiiviiy consiiluie necessary iools in forming well-wriiien composiiion 'for sophomore Frederic Lawson, as he sirives lo perleci his ihesis on Henry David Thoreau. Senior debater Marc Jewel practices his re- buttal tor classmates in order that he may and experi- competition. gain the constructive criticism ence necessary tor tournament West speech and debate sessions prove worthwhile in tournaments West's speech department, supervised by Miss l.eah Funclc and Mr. Joseph Kuldau, proved itselt an ot the school curriculum active area in l968-69. sold about l4,000 pretzels to Westonians this term. This year, participating in over I8 speech tournaments both in and out ot Ohio, West students competed in six individual events. These included hu- ln its support, students morous, dramatic, oratorical, and original interpretation, as well as both boys and girls' extemporaneous spealcing. West's debate classes, taught by new- comer Mr. William Smith, participated in I5 debate contests. Attirmative and negative teams debated the topic ot "Compulsory Government Service tor All Citizens." Attirrnative debaters de- tended the dratting ot women. With the advice ot West Unit speech teacher, tor the pertect tacial expression, so irnpors Mr. Joseph Kuldau, Janice Van Zant strives tant in the art ot dramatic interpretation. lntormal discussion in class with tirst-year the time points ot this year's topic, "Com- zens," for some West debaters, Jim Wick, debate coach, Mr. William Smith, brings out pulsory Government Service tor All U.S. Citi- Dave Beitzel, Betti Anderson, and Tom Green. Speech sludenls Marcia Flynn, Dave Chambers, and Bob Nelson, lislen allenlively and oller ZW Well-known for her amazingly movable lace, lalenled Karen Barnes slrelclwes inlo a lnu- morous lrown lo deliglwl' her classmales dur- ing an impromplu skelclw for English-speeclw. improvemenl suggeslions while Jane? Jones in preparalion for 'rournamenl' compeliiion on . . ., . - i. . ,i .i u delivers lier c lling, Alice in Wonderland weekends in rhe lnumorous speech calegory. l W? . i S 2? 3 Following a day of iudging inexperienced de- menl of llwe year, senior Tom Green reads and balers al Wesl's lirsl novice debale lourna- evaluales criliques ol Wesl's new debalers Spanish sludeni Ginny Sando moiivaies 'lhe siudy of Don Quixole and his wild aclvenlures for her fellow classmales by performing an original slcil during her Spanish class. Miss Merrilla Davis and her Laiin Ill-IV slu- iions and form a familiar window porlraif denfs work fogelher on difficuli Lalin lransla- for sludenfs passing lhrough Wesl's halls. Travels aid in comprehension of Fairmoni's broad language studies Exisling in a world filled wilh mis- undersianding among naiions, Wes+'s language deparimeni helped seal 'rhe gap Through an exlensive sludy of forf- eign languages and Jrheir couniries. One Fairmoni French IV-Xll class supplemenled classroom worlc by ai- 'rending "Tar+ule," a play by Moliere. Escoried by Miss Mary Belle Warren, siudenls Jrraveled io Cincinnali, Ohio 'lo enjoy an excelleni performance by ihe eniirely French cas? of players. Spanish siudenis found The agenda more inleresiing lhis year wilh slu- denl-wriiien skiis included. Many Wesi sludenls enriched 'lheir comprehension of foreign naiions, as well as adding lo classroom inleresl, Jrhrough world iravel. Siudenis planned more 'rrips for fuiure summer seasons. Two lhirdeperiocl French l SlUd9l'Tl'5- Carcle and improve Jrheir French speaking fluency. lo recognize iheir own mislalres rhrough Gardner and John lVlOl'1r. increase vocabularies While pracficing Their lessons Jrhey learn supervised sessions wilh The lape recorder. f During concenlrafed sludy of The lives and arlisfs. Fas? Unil senior Nancy Jo Smilh painlers lo inleresied sludenls in Miss philosophies of numerous oulslanding French exhibils The 'rheories of impressionislic Mary Belle Warren's advanced French class. Precision in all the areas of mathematics al- ways requires the utmost importance, and thus Director of West's mathematics department, Mr. Alvin Funderburg. demonstrates the easy method for finding the volume of a pyramid for students during his solid geometry class. calls for the use of precision instruments such as the slide rule. and the ability of the student to use such instruments with a great deal of accuracy, speed. and skill, West offers refresher course and basic mathematics for first time West's mathematics department in- creased this year with the adoption of two new courses. Designed to meet the needs of those students requiring a firmer mathematical foundation, both courses met with popular acceptance. Basic math, one of these new courses, included beginning algebra and elemen- tary geometry, and provided a new ap- proach to mathematics for those stu- dents not ready for Algebra l. Seniors benefited from the other new program. Offered to seniors for the first time this year, a refresher mathe- matics course incorporated the essential and elementary concepts from several various mathematical areas. New textbooks and new visual aids helped this year's mathematics teachers to relate their subjects more easily to their students. These new materials, pur- chased by the Kettering Board of Edu- cation, proved very valuable. Several mathematics classes made special proiects. One geometry class used their geometrical knowledge to produce special modern drawings which decorated the unit lobby showcase. Under the direction of Mr. Alvin Funderburg, West's math teachers con- centrated upon finding methods of creating and maintaining interest in the classroom. and showed the applications of their respective mathematics fields to commerce, science, and industry. Developed to meet the needs of all students, West's flexible and varied mathematical program allowed each stu- dent to choose the type of mathemati- cal courses best suited to his ability. l l l i l i l l t l l l Sophomore Maureen McDermoH' finds concen- Solving problems in her fourfh period plane lralion and precision essenlial elemenls when geomelry class laughl by Mr, Frank C. Mans. Junior Jan Van Zanl finds lhal The laclorinq 'I'he help and guidance ol insiruclor, Mr. Jerry of polynomials can be done more easily wilh Nell in her Third period Algebra ll class. As his classmales and leacher walch carefully, sophomore Mark Leclclider illuslrales precisely lhe numerous loul necessary sleps +0 be laken in solving an enriched qeomelry problem. Diane l-lurl concenlrales for perleclion +0 and bases while using special equipmenl in her laboraiory pariner Dedra Turner wafches prove an experimenl on 'lhe lilraiion of acids her general chemislry -laboralory session, as and records The resulis of 'rhe experimenl. Laboratory periods provide skillful Experiences for Laboraiory periods in physics, chem- islry, and biology lhis year provided sludenis wiih merhods for proving rhe rheories 'Found in 'rheir Jrexlbooks. Ex- perirnenling io find lhe unknowns chal- lenged The sludenls lo search 'lor The answers wirh much enlhusiasm. Biology ll classes worlced on an ex- perimenfal plan for six weelcs, using Jrhe laboralory area every clay. Under science classes independenr sludy, lhey examined and idenlified bacreria and olher micro- organisms wilh microscopes. Sludenls having Taken chemislry and physics enlerecl inio an advanced Science IV course. Knowledge ol pasf science courses combined roimalce The subiecl' on The college level, wilh slu- denrs sludying areas oi advanced nu- clear chemislry and alornic lheory. Any science laboralory period requires slcill Siudenls find lhe experimenis prove reward- in ihe iechnological field of developmenl. ing when using 'lhese skills lo perfeclion. Teaching his general chemislry class, Mr. Paul Balmer conducls an experimenl' 'lo show The final resull when lhe producls sulfuric acid and sugar are properly blended logelher. While Mr. Charles Graves prepares for his biology class, he looks lhrouqh his book in During a Science Il classroom lab period, as Mr. Ron Eaion heals a glass lube for pre- order ro oblain inlormalion on The classi- Becky Powers diligenily observes 'rhe aclion parafion of a demonsrraiion on glass blowing. ficalions of The plank and animal kingdoms. ss, Mr. Ross Baleson 'fakes lime oul 'ro feed and animal life 'found in his biology class- Diane Haflsiaedr and Chrisly Schmidt lhe and care for fhe numerous species of fish room, while he converses wirh his sludenls. fairhiul owners of rhe fish and aquarium. Mr. Louis Zaremslci illuslrales fo his Amer- ican hislory class 'rhai hislory does repeal In Mr. Roberl' Janes' conlemporary issues class, and Mel Hill preseni' an ediforial salirizing ilsell and can be an inleresling subiecl, seniors Bari Gill, Doug Doly, Marla Wininger, ihe subieci "Whal's Wrong wifh America?" when pl-esenfed properly fo 1-he Sfudenfs. Dave Beilzel as Mr. Richard Nixon and Tom Brown 'lhe many promises and fuiure campaign 'they prepare for lhe coming eleclion when Green as Mr, Spiro Agnew explain io Mr. Hugh plans of lhe enlhusiasfic Republican pariy, as The sluclenis vole for lhe pariy candidaies. Rev. Charles Duddingston and Mr. Dunkellaerg ot Fairmont Presbyterian Church discuss with Father Knipp ot St. Albert's Church the is- sues concerning the church and its role in Panels and the '68 campaign offer much variety for history students Many history classes contributed to the campaign this year. Party candi- dates presented their campaign speeches to students. During this time, the stu- dents supported candidates ot their choice and voted on them on Oct. 28, using either machines or paper ballots. Contemporary issues. a new course this year, stimulated the thinking ot many Westonians. Guest speakers made numerous appearances in the classroom. Reports on the educational system and the Vietnam War aroused the students in seeing new aspects ot these areas. American and world history classes discussed current problems while in- volved in panel groups. Students talked about issues such as whether Red China should be admitted to the United Na- tions and discussed the Biatra situation. While in Mr L ' Z k" +0 I . ours arems is American his- Greg Goodman, Bill McQueen, Bob Royer, and 'Y CMS, panel members Bertha Geoghegan, Bill Lashley candidly discuss a current issue. society, while Mr, Robert Janes' contemporary issues class participates in the' discussion. I 5 x Mrs. Ethelyn McMillan, giving help to her stu- dents, aids Marilyn Blesi in completing the answer to a question, which Marilyn encoun- tered during her world history class period. Senior Barb l-lahn delicately worlcs with her art proiect ot vinyl printing atter tirst cut- ting the material to the desired size and then proceeding to prepare tor the printing. Julia Roach practices her viola daily to accomplish and perfect the required music ln Mr. David Smith's art class, Joyce Levy concentrates on the challenge ot painting a picture that will reveal the ettort and ability she exhibited while working on it. New course, music theory, equips students with skills in many areas Music theory, a course tor musically inclined students, directed the students toward the 'fundamentals needed in mu- sic. Band members played ditterent com- positions students wrote or transposed. Conducting music and learning styles ot music stimulated the musicians. For the tirst time, West's orchestra played tor two children's concerts. Last year the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra performed tor the children. Concerts and contests highlighted the activities needed tor the approaching orchestra con- cert with the aid ot director, Mr. Donald ot the band and chorus this year. Art classes at West stimulated stu- dents in various ways. Creativeness in the use ot block prirrts, sandpaper. and clitterent inlc and paper added to the ability and interests ot the students. West's library increased the number ot books, magazines, and records. Librarians purchased six new sets ot encyclopedias dealing with science, art, and philosophy. Students appreciated the new method ot library passes tor all interested students. Detriclc who listens tor the quality in her music tor a satisfying and musical sound. gk., ......ll.. i,E .yy i ysyy . Wiih lhe aid ol librarian Mrs. Elizabelh Norion, Carleen Marshall signs oul' one of Mr. Wesley Haines coriducls lhe band and lisfens for harmony as band members play a march and rehearse diflerenl seciions ol 'the piece in order lo improve 'their iechnique. The numerous reference boolcs in Fairmonl Wesfs library for use on a research paper. Sophomore Annelfe Argue, member of girls chorus, diligenfly follows 'rhe direclion of Mr. Gene Seeberger, as she concenlrales lo achieve successful musical performance. I . Demonsiraiing The proper lechniques for cone direcls music Theory class in singing a familiar duciinq a musical seleclion. Debbie Thyqerson number sludied by members of 'rhe group. I49 During her tourth period physical education class, iunior Sheila Nelson descends the rope, one ot the many body building units in the new physical training classes tor the iuniors. I50 Sophomore boys in Mr. Richard WeS+.S second ot choosing the one college that best suits period guidance class discuss the importance each students personal needs and desires. Juniors take physical education on five-clay weekly basis for first time Fairmont West's physical education department underwent many other changes this year, and added several new teatures to the program. Guidance and health classes also made changes. Juniors toolc physical education tive days per week tor the tirst time this year. West, one ot the tirst Ohio high schools to adopt this type ot program, purchased new equipment to tacilitate the increased needs ot the students involved in this new program. ln this new plan, iunior boys and girls toolc two days ot physical training lbody building through exercisingl, and two days ot regular physical education study. Students alternated one day each week between these two types ot study. West's physical education department installed a set ot Exergenies ldevices employing the isometric theory ot body buildingl in the west gymnasium. Jun- iors in physical training classes used these new devices extensively. Senior physical education, another new tacet ot the department this year. ottered seniors a semester course. Sen- iors also had the opportunity ot serving as "gym assistants" in iunior and sopho- more physical education classes. West ottered "adaptive physical edu- cation" this year tor those students, who tor medical reasons, could not take the regular courses. Such courses adapted the work to the students' abilities. Boys and girls enioyed participation in such sports as gymnastics, volleyball. traclc, archery, tencing, basketball, golt, soccer. They also enioyed ice-slcating on West's ice-covered tennis courts. ln addition to physical education, sophomores toolc a semester ot health, and a semester ot guidance. Each ot these classes met twice per weelc dur- ing the physical education period. For guidance, sophomores met with unit counselors and learned about col- lege and certain vocational require- ments. Health classes explored the neces- sities ot a healthy body and mind. E E F F s ifiii TUMTL lfliililiiii f yyy Mr. Wylie Graham, driver educafion insfruc- Tor, explains why driving in foggy weafher i l Seniors "Rich" l-lilgruber, Chris Shaffer, Alan Kemp, and David Blakely inspecf The world and workings of The oscilloscope, one of many insTrumenTs in The field of elecTronics. requires a reducfion in speed, The use of regular-beam headlighfs, and much pafience. Junior Judy Wheafon finds ThaT precision and pafience consTiTuTe The necessary Tools for The arf of draffing, as she draws The plans for a complex machine, one of her assignmenfs. WesT's driver education program leads slaie with four-phase plan Driver educafion increased This year wiTh The adopfion of a modern four- phase sTudy plan. EairmonT WesT led in This field of sTudy as one of The firsT schools in Ohio To make This Type of program available To sTudenTs. Eilms, discussion groups, and visifs by members from such organizafions as The STaTe l-lighway Pafrol, supplemenfed The firsT phase of The program, class- room sfudy. Anofher phase included "on- The-road" Training for sTudenTs having Their Temporary driving permiT. Phase Three of The program inTro- duced The use of The new driving simu- laTors. Sfudenfs viewed films sirnulafing real driving siTuaTions, and Then drove Their uniTs in accordance. lnsTrucTors read compuferized resulTs To see in whaT areas sTudenTs needed help. LasT of The four phases included The consfrucfion and use of The driving range. Traffic signals and signs gave a sense of auThenTiciTy To The range, which included one-way-sTreeTs, infersecfions, and parallel parking lanes. Work on The range began during The summer, and Took several monfhs for complefion. Five laTe-model cars oper- aTed on The range simulfaneously, while a sixfh operaTed on The road. WesT now has one of The mosT complefe driv- ing ranges of any school in The sTaTe. lndusfrial arTs offered a broad scope of course selecfion for Those sTudenTs inTeresTed in pursuing such subiecfs as draffing, elecTronics, graphic arTs, in- dusTrial crafTs, indusfrial maTh, wood working, machine shop, rnefals, power mechanics. or sfagecraff. STudenTs in various indusfrial arTs classes underfook new proiecfs This year. lviefal shop produced some inferesfing decorafive pieces such as ornafe cande- labras and ceremonial sabers. lndusfrial English provided Those sTu- denfs maioring in indusfrial arTs a chance To beTTer Their backgrounds in Their re- specfive inTeresT fields. This course Took The place of regular Senior English. lndusfrial Arfs sTudenTs also had The opporfunify of selecfing To Take diver- sified cooperafive Training This year. Each sTudenT involved received valuable on-The-iob Training in such fields as Tool design, mechanics, and elecfronics. , Junior Jim Ferriqno finds fha? one's range of seif-expression in wood working appears limi?- Use of Wes'f's new driving simuiaiors builds Teaching him aierf, defensive driving fech- less, as he carefully chiseis piece affer piece prospecrive moforisfs confidence, as well as niques, and 'rhe proper driving courfesies. of wood from one of his creafive proiecis. , ..,:57,e: if f . 1 V V -- K .Qs d " fh d c a cabinef which he consfrucfed as an assign Senior Dan Lanfis demonsfrafes fhaf use of iudgrnenf an a precision o an -eye accura y ci 'fd's+ n e as he prepares a board-expander for use on rnenf in his WOO43 WOVkiUQ Shop I class +he bandsaw requires a goo sense o i a c N i if During a cooking period in home economics, Steve Ullery diligently prepares a pancake mixture atter scanning over his recipe and obtaining all ot the needed ingredients. Diane Campbell, Sharon Wermer. Diane Matta, and Pam Puls search through various designs Working together as a co-operative unit. Debbie l-laines. Yvonne Craft, Sally Spaulding and Paula Powell prepare a dinner in Mrs. Bernice Fowler's class ot home economics. Home economics allows stuclents opportunities in variety of subiects Home economics provided students with courses in areas ot outstanding educational value. Students entered the general areas ot child care, home man- agement, sewing, and cooking. Discus- sions on modern styles ot clothing led the students into their tashion show. Classes ot home economics this year united tor a combined demonstration with a McCall's tield representative. and pattern books as a preparation tor the sewing course when they tabricate an item Demonstrating the ettects ot color, lines, and textures on tigure types the representative brought mannequins tor illustrating her exhibition. Guest speakers in the Home Econo- rnics Club inspired students toward this particular tield. Marilyn l-lorn presented a tashion show and Mrs. Louis l-lavrilla illustrated ideas about stretching the budget and preparation ot toods. ot clothing under the surveillance ot their home economics teacher Miss Helen Vogelsang. mmf f -- f- fm.:-s,.f:, if :ng --L - --en .,,-f ,, LH... , J K., , -mee X s-mis., , l I l Diotype machine provides needed knowledge for typing department Ottice practice provided students with a new diatype machine this year. Students could quickly determine where they needed more concentrated prac- tice on the typewriters. Poor rhythm and hesitation produced irregularities measured on the diatype system. Dragon Tales, the newspaper at West, tor the tirst time involved two dit- terent teachers tor the editorial and business statts. Mr. Dale Berry taught the business section and Miss Kathryn Guthman, the editorial statt. Each student in shorthand received the opportunity ot using the EFI Audio Secretary System. Using the steno- graphic learning system enabled the teachers more time tor individualized in- struction. Channels on a tape-recorder attorded students additional dictation. Sherry Hutchinson uses one ot the adding machines in Miss Eleanor Gallagher's ottice practice tor calculating the tinal tigures needed tor a tinancial budget she prepared. In Mrs. Frances Homer's notehand class, sen- ior Vickie Madole demonstrates the correct posture and the tundamental valuable tech- niques needed tor producing proper notes. Mrs. Wanda Roberts demonstrates the correct methods used tor accurate typing, which her personal typing class can learn through con- centrated, everyday practice and repetition. beTween The buildings aT WesT's campus ig f 1 ,,-"'-w" ',-- --yy -, gg 5 1 l ' f ' peg l 5 5 f ,, T f i " ii , H , Z f L "" ' . 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'ff H ' ', ""' ' 1 '- W, ..,, T' A . , Q ' A . , FronT Row: ErnesTine Cox, Helen HermeTz, Mir- iam Corwin, HarrieT SeberT, Zella Bilbrey. Mary ,, mar' Webb ManchesTer performs one of The numer- ous duTies oT The cusTodians aT FairmonT WesT as he sweeps The Tloor in The gymnasium aT a WesT baskeTball game during The halTTirne. Kelly, Vera John, Phyllis Weimer, Irene Schnei- der. Row 2: Agnes Busch, Eliza Brosh, Berniece Adams, Geneva Evans, Mabel SmiTh, Ann Price. Mary Holland, DoroThy CrockeTT. Eva Blackford. Main cafeteria lines decrease in size while portable line increases CaTeTeria workers, under Mrs. Geneva Evans, boughT and cooked a varieTy of Tood. STudenTs enThusiasTically con- sumed poTaTo chips and enjoyed The new producT. As a resulr The porrable line magniTied as sTudenTs appreciaired The diTTerenT Tood available There. AT The beginning of The year The cus- Todians painTed The overhead shelTers under The supervision oT Mr. Carl HOT- TerberTh, The head cusTodian. Bus drivers, caTeTeria workers, and cusTodians conTinued performing iobs wiTh liTTle crediT Tor Their skill. They worked co-operaTively Torming a group oT necessary workers essenTial Tor The TuncTions OT FairmonT WesT. 3 CaT'eTeria workers, Geneva Evans and Helen HermeTz serve The hungry sTudenTs waiTing in The porTable lunch line as cashier,' Mary Kelly receives The change from payrnenT'oT food. BUS DRIVERS: Mildred Slalwl, David Yenn, Bob McConnell, Gleson Slorie, Pele Damico, Charles lvlayabb. CUSTODIANS-Frgnf Row: Lawson Murphy. l-lumes, Winslon Cross, Jack Sclwerbauer, Francis David Scoll, Jerry Mohr, Tom l-lowell, Webb PGfYSllnQel- Manclwesler. Carl l-lofferberlli. Row 2: James Board grants West gym, Mr. Roush "Mon of Year" KeTTering's Board of EducaTion, a policy-making body esTab- lished primarily To proclaim The Trameworlc Tor The school sys- Tem, promoTed To The voTers This year levies Through which The WesTonians received several new gymnasium TaciliTies. Mr. ChesTer A. Roush, KeTTering's SuperinTendenT oT Schools, earned honors Trom Two organizaTions This year. KeTTering Ki- wanas named him "Man oT The Year" Tor his conTribuTions To civic aTTairs. STudenTs oT Ohio UniversiTy called him The ideal parenT and elecTed him "FaTher oT The Year" Tor I968-I969. l969's KeTTering Board OT EducaTion held iurisdicTion over TwenTy-Three educaTionaI insTiTuTions, including Tour iunior highs, Two senior highs, and sevenTeen elemenTary schools. ApproximaTely I2OO employees assisTed The board wiTh The re- sponsibiliTies oT The edUcaTion oT l6,000 sTudenTs. For The TirsT Time, sTudenTs aTTended board meeTings oTTering ideas and suggesTions Tor improvemenTs oT The sysTem. This marked a maior sTep Toward beTTer sTudenT-TaculTy relaTions. iVfiEV'iMOWi ATT' - S E 2 ii. ,,,. in il. Mr. ChesTer A. Roush, SuperinTendenT of KeTTering Schools, proves him- self a dedicaTed ciTizen Through his many CommuniTy conTribuTions. ELATTER, L. HOWARD--AssisTanT SuperinTendenT of lnsTruc- Tion and Curriculum. WesTenberg Univ., BS. in Ed., M.A.: Miami Univ.: Case lnsTiTuTe oT Technology. HAINES, CLARK J.-AssisTanT SuperinTendenT oT Personnel and CommuniTy RelaTions. Univ. oT CincinnaTi, B.M.1 Ohio STaTe Univ.. M.A.g Miami Univ. LUCAS, JOHN T.-AssisTanT SuperinTendenT in charge oT Business. Ohio STaTe Univ., B.S. in Ed., M.A.: Miami Univ. ROUSH, CHESTER A.-SuperinTendenT oT KeTTering Schools. Holbrook College, B.S.g Univ. oT Wisconsin, M.S.: Univ. of DayTon: Miami Univ.: Colorado STaTe Univ. WOGAMAN, MAURICE-AssisTanT SuperinTendenT in Charge OT Pupil Personnel. Ohio STaTe Univ., B.S. in Ed., M.A.g In- diana Univ., Ed. D. KeTTering School AdminisTraTors: Dr. Maurice Wogaman, Mr. Clark Haines. Mr. ChesTer Roush. Mr. John Lucas, and Mr. L. Howard FlaTTer. ANDERSON, RUTH-Hasfings College, B.A.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.: Michigan Sfafe Univ.: Ohio Univ.: Miami Univ.: Wiffenberg Univ.: Columbia Univ.-Guidance counselor. Clubs: Torch and Keysfone. Hobbies: Reading, phofography. ANDREWS, JAMES H.-Bowling Green Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Xavier Univ.- Driver's educafion. Hobbies: Sporfs. ANKNEY, BEN-Miami Univ., B.A. in Ed.: Univ. of Dayfon: Ohio Sfafe Univ.-Sociology, civics. Clubs: Polifical Science. Hobbies: Golf, reading. ARNOLD, WILLIAM H.-W. Va. Univ., B.S.: Marshall College: An- goch College, M.A.T.: Univ. of Dayfon-Chemisfry. Hobbies: Gar- ening. BAKER, PAUL K.-Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.: Miami Univ., M.A.T.: Manchesfer College, B.S.: Univ. of Dayfon:- Univ. of Colorado: Monfana Sfafe College--Chemisfry. Clubs: Science Club. Hobbies: Coolcing, phofography. BALSTER, WALTER J.-Univ. of Dayfon: Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S., M.A.: Earlham College: Bowling Green Sfafe Univ.: Miami Univ.: Wrighf Sfafe Univ.-Mafhemafics, physics. Clubs: Science Club. Hobbies: Phofography, elecfronics, woods and mefal worlcing. BARBOUR, BARBARA A.-Miami Univ., B.S.-Healfh, physical ed. Clubs: G.A.A., Inferscholasfic Volleyball, Cheerleaders. Hobbies: Dramafics, sporfs, wafer sporfs. BATESON, ROSS-Bowling Green Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.-Biology. Clubs: Boys' inframurals. Hobbies: Camping, fishing. BAZZELL, JAMES B.-Wiffenberg Univ., B.S., M.A.? Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Wrighf Sfafe Univ.-Guidance counselor. Clubs: Sophomore class adviser. Hobbies: Ceramics, swimming, fishing. BENSINGER, SHIRLEY-Miami Univ., B.S.: Indiana Univ.-Business mafh, Algebra I, II. Clubs: F.T.A. BERRY, DALE M.-Miami Univ., B.S. in Business--Boolckeeping I, II, Newspaper, business. Clubs: American Field Service, Dragon Tales, F.B.L.A. BIGOS, CAROL ANN-Clark Univ.: Worcesfer Jr. College: Easfern Nazarene College, B.A.: Univ. of Dayfon-English. Hobbies: Bowl- ing, coolcing, fuforing, sewing. BOLENDER, ALFRED E.-Univ. of Cincinnafi, B.S. in Ed.: Morehead Sfafe Univ.: Miami Univ., M.A. in Ed. Adminisfrafion-Principal. Hobbies: Reading, golf, bridge. BOWSER, SHERWIN B.--King's College, B.S.: Columbia Univ., M.A.: Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Wiffenberg Univ.-Healfh, physical ed., afhlefic coordinafor. Clubs: Varsify "F." Hobbies: Sporfs. BROWN, EVELYN A.-Cenfral Unif Secrefary. BROWN, HUGH N.-Cedarville College, B.S. in Ed.: Wiffenberg Univ.: Cafholic Univ. of America: Xavier Univ.: Univ. of Dayfon- Sociology, civics, world geography. Clubs: Fufure Teachers. Hobbies: Creafive wrifing, hunfing, fishing, reading. BROWN, ROSEMARY LEE-Oklahoma Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Univ. of Day- fon, Speech .E. Cerfificafion-I.A.C. Hobbies: Tailoring, golf, gar- denin . BURNS,gJOAN C.-Bowling Green Sfafe Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Monfclair Sfafe Teachers College: Miami Univ., M. in ECI.-French, English, Lafin. Clubs: French Club. Hobbies: Golf, swimming, fravel, reading. BUSSEER, RUTH M.-Adrian College, B.S.: Univ. of Kenfuclcy, M.S. in L.S.: Miami Univ.: Norfhwesfern Univ.: Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Univ. of Dayfon-Cafalog Librarian. Hobbies: Reading, painfing. ' CARR, MARY ELIZABETH-Univ. of Dayfon, B.S. in Ed.: M.S. in Ed.: Ohio Sfafe Univ.-Guidance Counselor. Clubs: Sophomore class adviser. Hobbies: Travel. CLARK, FREDA-Easfern Illinois Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Illinois, Illinois Sfafe Univ.-Senior social sfudies. Clubs: Senior class adviser: JCOWA. Hobbies: Gardening, coolcing, anfiques. CRABILL, DAVID S.-Urbana College: Assoc. of Arfs: Ohio Univ., B.S.: Bowling Green Sfafe Univ., M.A.-Woodworlcing, sfagecraff. Hobbies: Craffs, woodworking, hunfing, fishing, maior sporfs. DAVIS, MERRILLA-Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S., B.S. in Ed., M.A.-Lafin. Spanish. Clubs: Lafin Club. DETRICK, DONALD-Manchesfer College: Ohio Wesleyan Univ., B.M. -Orchesfra. Hobbies: Camping, phofography. 4 .. , 1 l iAl,AW Zgi , EATON, R. E.-Bowling Green Slale Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ.: Ohio Univ.-Science ll. Hobbies: Golf, slereo eguipmenlr, woodworking. EDEN, FRANCES C.-Univ. of Daylon, B.S.-Heallh, physical ed. Clubs: Sophomore class adviser, G.A.A., inlerscholaslic gymnaslics, sollball. Hobbies: Camping, lraveling, bowling, olher sporls. ERBAUGH, RICHARD-Ohio Slale Univ., B.S. in Ed.-Power Mechan- ics. Hobbies: Sporls cars. FERGUSON, CARL B.-Cedarville College, A.B.: Miami Univ., M. in Ed.-Malh. Clubs: Hi-Y. Hobbies: Woodworking. FINKAM, DAVID P.--Capilal Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ., M.M.-March- in Band. FOLCEETT, ELLEN R.-Easlern Nazarene College, A.B.: Boslon Univ., M. in Ed.: Louisiana Slale Univ.: Univ. ol Daylon-English. Hobbies: Sewing, painling, lraveling. FOWLER, BERNICE-Purdue Univ., B.S.H.E.: Ball Slale-Home Eco- nomics. Clubs: Fulure Medical Career, Home Ec. Club. Hobbies: Needlecrall, sewing. FREEMAN, RUTH-Hope College, A.B.: Flinl Jr. College: Sinclair Communily College-English. Hobbies: Music, reading, sewing. FRY, CHARLIE-Lincoln Memorial Univ., B.S.-Physical ed., heallh. Hobbies: All sporls, anlique cars, painling, woodworking. FUNCK, LEAH-Ohio Slale Univ., B.S., M.A.-English, speech. Clubs: Nalional Forensic League. Hobbies: Reading. FUNDERBURG, ALVIN K.-Manchesler College, A.B.: Univ. of Colo- rado, M.B.S.: Bowdoin College, M.A.-Basic Malh, Solid Geom- elry, Trigonomelry, Algebra lll, Adv. Malh IV. Clubs: Malh Club. Hobbies: Bridge, golf, mushrooms, old books. Miss Leah Funck receives national .speech honor Elecled "Coach of lhe Year" by area speech coaches, Miss Leah Funck proves her 'lalenls fhrough Wesl's speech leam records. GALLAGHER, ELEANOR-Wiffenberg Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Cincinnafi, M. in Ed.: Univ. of Norfh Dalcofa-Office pracfice, Cler- ical Typing ll. Clubs: F.B.L.A. Hobbies: Bridge, anfigues. GERBER, JOYCE-Wesf Virginia Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M. in Ed.: Vicforia College: Wrighf Sfafe Univ.-English. Clubs: Wise Fools. Hobbies: Painfing, enameling, sewing. GlBBS, DOROTHY S.-Colorado College, A.B.: Univ. of Virginia, M.A.T.: Univ. of Dayfon-French, Lafin. Clubs: Lafin Club, French Club, iunior class adviser. Hobbies: Boolc collecfing, fravel, hiking. canoeing. GOETCH EUS, BETTY-Main Office Secrefary. GOWDY, EILEEN J.-Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Miami Univ.--English. Clubs: Sophomore class adviser. Hobbies: Reading, sewing. GRAHAM, WYl.lE T.-Geneva College, B.S.: Indiana Univ., M.S.: Ohio Univ.: Miami Univ.: Michigan Sfafe Univ.-Drivers' Ed., Audio Visual. Hobbies: Numismafics, phofography, fishing, GRAVES, CHARLES-Kansas Sfafe Teachers College, A.B., B.S. in Ed.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.-Biology. Clubs: Y.F.C. Hobbies: Fishing, camping. GUTHMAN, KATHRYN-Univ. of Dayfon, B.S.E.-English, Dragon Tales. Clubs: Ouill and Scroll. Hobbies: Sewing, fraveling. HAINES, WESLEY O.-Wilmingfon College, B.S.: Miami Univ., M.E.- Concerf Band. Hobbies: Sporfs, playing music professionally, reading. HARDY, RENAY-lllinois Sfafe Univ., B.A.-English. HEISTAND, l.. J.-Heidelberg College, B.A.: Miami Univ., M.A.- Senior social sfudies, American hisfory. Hobbies: Hunfing. HEITZMAN, RUTH-Bowling Green Sfafe Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Soufhern California, M.A.: Miami Univ.: Univ. of Wisconsin: Univ of Colorado: Ufah Sfafe Univ.-English. Clubs: Creafive Wrifers Hobbies: Reading. HENDERSON, EDMUND R.-Miami Univ., B.S., M.A.-Draffing, Adulf School Principal. Hobbies: Hunfing, fishing, golf. HIKE, LOIS-lndiana Sfafe Univ., B.S.-Shorfhand I, ll. Clubs: F.B.L.A., Sophomore class adviser. Hobbies: Ceramics, bridge, gar- dening, fraveling. HINDS, MILBURN-Ohio Norfhern Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M.A.T.-Biology. Clubs: Science Club. Hobbies: Bryology. HOLZTRAGER, HANS-Miami Univ., B.S., M.E.-D.C.T., Power me- chanics. Clubs: V.l.C.A. Hobbies: Furnifure refinishing, small engine repair, beelceeping, gardening. HOMER, FRANCES-Univ. of Piffsburgh, B.B., M. in Ed.: Columbia Univ.: Wisconsin Sfafe Univ.: Chafham Univ., Miami Univ.-Typing, Nofehand. Hobbies: Swimming, reading, specfafor sporfs. HONAKER, SHARON--Miami Univ., B.A.-English. Hobbies: All specfafor sporfs, fraveling. HGPPE, RICHARD-Ohio Wesleyan Univ., B.A.: Miami Univ., M.A.- Drivers' Ed. Coach: Foofball, Wresfling. Hobbies: Afhlefics, fraveling. JANES, ROBERT-Univ. of Dayfon, B.S. in Ed.-Senior social sfudies, confemporary issues, world hisfory, seminar on efhnic groups. Clubs: Junior Council on World Affairs. Hobbies: Reading, sporfs, asfron- omy. JOHNSTON, DOROTHY-Murray Sfafe Univ., B.S.: Univ. of Dayfon: Miami Univ.-Shorfhand, clerical fyping. Hobbies: Dancing, gar- dening, wafer slciing, lcnifflng, furnifure refinishing. KAYLOR, WILLIAM L.-Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed.-Hisfory. Hobbies: Refinishing anfiques. KIMBERLAIN, LARRY-Univ. of Kenfuclcy, A.B.-English. Hobbies: Fishing, woodworking, wrifing, boafing, raising caffle. KINGREY, FRED-Earlham College. B.A.: Miami Univ., M. in Ed.- Physics, Science ll. Hobbies: Model ship building, hunfing. KRITZER, ROBERT-Penn. Sraie Univ., B.S.: Michigan Siale Univ. M.A.-Healrh, physical ed. Coach: Cross-counfry, Iraclc. Hobbies Hunfing, fishing. KRONBACH, KAREN-Univ. of Michigan, B.A.: Univ. of Mexico- Spanish. Clubs: Spanish Club, Rhyihmeiies. Hobbies: Travel, read ing, swimming, warer skiing. KUEHN, JOHN R.-Ohio Univ., B.A.: Univ. of Dayion-English Clubs: Cribbage Club. Hobbies: Dramaiics, films, sporls. KULDAU. JOSEPH-Heidelberg College, A.B.: Ohio Srale Univ., M.A.-English, Forensics. Clubs: Naiional Forensic League, Thes- pians. Hobbies: Professional preslidigiiaior. LEIGHTY, ROBERT-Weslern Kenluclcy Univ., B.S. in Business Ad- minisiralion-Bus. law, boolclceeping, consumer economics. Clubs Senior class adviser, FBLA, supervisor of boolcsrores. Hobbies: Golf wafer skiing, scuba diving. MCCONNELL, WILLIAM R.-Wesrern Reserve Univ.: Kenr Slafe Univ., B.S.-Driver ed. Assisiani coach: Foofball, baseball. Hobbies: Sporis. MCCOY, JOSEPHINE D.-Wes? Unil' Secreiary. MCGRATH, JANE-Purdue Univ., B.S.: Univ. of Daylon-Algebra I, II. McMILLAN, EVELYN M.-Univ. of Michigan, A.B. in Ed., M.A.: Ameri- can Univ.: Miami Univ.-American hisiory, world hisrory. Clubs: JCOWA. Hobbies: Reading, Iravel. MALOON, ERMA-Univ. of Daylon, B.S. in Ed.-English. Clubs: Y- Teens, Junior Class adviser. Hobbies: Traveling, reading, sewing. inferior decoraiing. MAUS, FRANK C.-Univ. of Dayion, B.S.-Algebra I, Il, plane geome- Try. Clubs: Campus Life. Hobbies: reading, woodworking. Mr Donald Defrlck conducts "Camelot" orchestra MORGAN,-CHARLES D.-Morehead Sfafe Univ., A.B., M.A.-Physical ed., Drivers' ed. Clubs: Pep Club. Coach: Tennis. Assisf. coach: Baslcefball. Hobbies: Reading, fishing. MOTT, PENELOPE-Wilmingfon College, B.S.: Miami Univ.-Healfh, physical ed. Clubs: Junior class adviser: lnferscholasfic field hockey, inferscholasfic Tennis, G.A.A. inframurals. NEFF, JERRY L.-Offerbein College, B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M.A.: Univ. of Soufh California-Algebra ll, III, frigonomefry, solid geomefry. Hobbies: Baseball, phofography. NOLAN, JANE-Wilmingfon College, B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M.A.: Univ. of Dayfon-COE, yearboolc. Clubs: FBLA, COE Club. Hob- bies: Traveling, numismafics. NORTON, ELIZABETH H.-Univ. of Kenfuclxy, A.B.: Univ. of Cin- cinnafi: Columbia Univ.: Old Dominion College-Librarian. Hobbies: painfing, sewing, golf, fravel. OVERHOLSER, STEVEN-Univ. of Cincinnafi, B.S. in Ed.-Plane geomefry, Algebra I. POTTER, RAY E.-Ohio Norfhern Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Miami Univ., M. in Ed.-Graphic Arfs, Draffing. Clubs: Phofography Club. PREISSER, GARY-Univ. of Dayfon, B.S.-English. Coach: Assisf. foof- ball, sophomore baslcefball. PRICE, RALPH J.-Colorado Sfafe College-Machine shop, mefals. Hobbies: Anfique painfing, sculpfuring, gardening, arf mefal. RAMEY, CHARLES W.-Univ. of Cincinnafi, B.S.: Univ. of Kenfuclcy: Miami Univ.-Easf Unif Supervisor. Hobbies: Farming, fishing, woodworking. RICHEY, VIRGINIA-Easf Unif Secrefary. RISLEY, LEE ALLEN-Kenyon College, A.B.: Johns Hoplcins Univ., M.A.T.-German. Clubs: Chess Club, German Club. Hobbies: Wallc- ing, bilce riding, foreign affairs. ROBERTS, JUNE-Marshall Univ., B.S.: Univ. of Kenfuclcy-BooIclceep- ing, record lceeping, personal fyping. Hobbies: Coolcing, wafer slciing, bridge, camping. ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE-Main Office Secrefary. ROBINSON, JAMES L.-Easfern Ky. Sfafe College, B.S.: Univ. of Ky., M.A.: Miami Univ. ROONEY, MARGARET-Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S. in Ed.: Univ. of Wis- consin, M.A.-English. Clubs: High School Red Cross. Hobbies: fravel, music, books, fheafre. ' SCOTT, JERRY-Ohio Sfafe, B.S. in Ed.: Wrighf Sfafe Univ.-Senior social sfudies, American hisfory. SEEBERGER, GENE-Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S.: M.A. in Ed.-Choral music. Hobbies: Theafer. SIMS, JAMES G.-Murray Sfafe College, B. in Mus. Ed.: Indiana Univ., M.S.: Ball Sfafe Univ.: Wayne Univ.-Guidance counselor. Clufljsz Junior class adviser. Hobbies: Reading, fraveling, home movies, car s. SMITH, DAVID LEWIS-Miami Univ., B.F.A.: Univ. of Iowa, M.F.A.: Univ. of Dayfon: Dayfon Arf lnsfifufe-Arf. Clubs: Arf Club. Hob- bies: prinfmalcing, painfing, fraveling, music. SMITH, WILLIAM E.-The Defiance College, B.A.-Speech, English, Debafe. Direcfor: Senior Class Play. STEWART, CHARION-William and Mary: Univ. of Soufh Dalcofa: Penn Sfafe Univ., B.A.: Univ. of Minnesofa: Univ. of Dayfon: Wrighf Sfafe Univ.: Miami Univ., M.A.-Guidance counselor. Clubs: Ski Club. SULTZBACH, RICHARD-Wiffenberg Univ., A.B.: Univ. of Michigan, M.A.: Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Miami Univ.: Wrighf Sfafe Univ.-Wesf Unif Supervisor. Hobbies: Sporfs, reading, fraveling. TACKETT, ELBY L.-Easfern, B.S.: Dulce Univ.: Univ. of Kenfuclcy: Univ. of Dayfon-Chemisfry. Clubs: Science, Chemisfry Seminar. TARZINSKI, GEORGE-Parsons College, B.A.: Univ. of Day- fon-English. Clubs: Hi-Y. Ichfhyology, phofography. THOMAS, JEAN-Main Office Secrefary. TUTTLE, GEORGE-Findlay College, A.B.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.: Olclahoma A and M: Univ. of Wisconsin: Iowa Sfafe Teachers College: Univ. of Michigan: Ball Sfafe-Oeomefry. Hobbies: Music, fheafre, fravel. VOGELSANG, HELEN M.-Ohio Sfafe Univ., B.S. in H.E.. M.A.: Merrill-Palmer Insfifufe: Mexico Cify College: Univ. of Hawaii-Home economics. Clubs: Home Ec. Club. Hob- bies: Sewing, reading, phofography, fraveling, bridge. VON GRUENIGEN, W. FRED-Cincinnafi Arf Academy: Cleveland Insf. of Arf: Univ. of Kenfuclcy, B.A. in Arf Ed., M.A. in Arf Ed.-Arf. Clubs: Arf Club. Hobbies: Fishing, hunfing. WAGNER, PAUL E.-DePauw Univ., B.A.: Miami Univ.: Ohio Sfafe Univ.: 'idiana Univ., M.S.-Assisfanf Principal. Clubs: ICC, Torch and Keysfone. Hobbies: Fishing, boafing. WARREN, MARY BELLE-Union Univ., B.A.: Univ. of Tenn., M.A.: Univ. of Ky.: The Sorbonne: Ohio Sfafe Univ.: Van- derbilf Univ.: Beiruf College for Women-French. Clubs: French Club: Fufure Teachers of America. Hobbies: Travel, reading, people. WEST, RICHARD--Springfield College, B.S.: Ohio Sfafe Univ., M.A.-Guidance counselor. WILLS, WAYNE-Wilmingfon College: Miami Univ., B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Science: Wilmingfon College: Bowling Green Univ.-Elecfronics, draffing. Clubs: Radio, Elecfronics Club. Hobbies: Amafeur radio, flying. WOOD, RONALD K.-Univ. of Arlcansas, BSE: Indiana Univ., MSE-Physical Ed. Clubs: Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes. Coach: Gymnasfics: Assisfanf coach: Traclc. Hobbies: Fish- ing, golf. ZAREMSKI, LOUIS-Ohio Sfafe, B.S. in Ed., B.A., M.A.: Sfafe Univ. of Iowa-American Hisfory. Clubs: Sfudenf Council. Hobbies: Sporfs, sfereo music. Miss Gallagher eleclecl new president of O.B.E.T A Miss Eleanor Galla her, I969 residenf of Ohio's business Q P eachers, insfrucfs sfudenfs in fyping and office preparafio Q .,1,rss,, rr , W v ,,, , . A , , My 1 5 ,- 5: , I 'SIR -sei: - f M W! '48 vw'- Nw Connie Sayer and a fufure Wesfonian assisf aflwlelric coordIna+or Mr. Sherman Bowser In recording dafa for Wes? baskefball feam members. r l I 2 Y X w Aboard llwe plane heading for Cosla RlCa, and AFS scholarship winner Jane Kelly anficipafes prior To lake-off from Cox Municipal Airporl her exciling new life in a foreign counrry. Ufilizing 'lime in his class for final Touches exhibifions by perfecfing 'rhe infricafe facial iunior arfisi Tim Doebler prepares for 'lulure fearures of clay sculplure of Richard Harris. Lifling lhis +hing called Humanify, ancl walching H's paHernecl grow+h, Lis+ening +o i+s hear'I'bea+ As il echoes pas+ memories, Feeling i+s clelica+e fibers Being born our of learning, Tas'l'ing man's sally 'rears Sireaming clown 'lhe Face of cle+ermina+ion, Raising man's mind To mee+ ii' wifh one's eyes, Raising man's eyes To meer fhem wirh one's soul Herifage of People. During hallfinfie al lhe annual Charninade game Dragon nnascol Bob Nelson and graduale Sandy Slimrnel compare differences of sfudenl life experiences al Fairmonf Wesf and Ohio Sfale. 3 1 1 1 Otticers: Jan Windsor, Treas.: Diane Clark, Sec.: Debbie Mar- tinson, Soc. Chrm.: Dick Delater, Pres.: Steve Kislinq, Vice-Pres. Seniors Sale of clance tickets supplements senior treasury ADAM, JEFFERY-Lab Assistant 4. ADAMS, DONALD-Intramural Sports 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4. ADAMS, KAREN-Future Teachers 3, 4: GAA 4: Home Economics Club 3. 4: NFL 3: Spanish Ctub 3, 47 Torch and Keystone 4. ADAMS, THOMAS AKE, DEBORAH-Chorus 4: French Club 2: GAA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ALLBERY, CHARLES-lntramurat Sports 2: Crib- bage Club 3: Junior Achievement 2, 3: Lab As- sistant 2: Radio-Electronics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4: Science Club 2: Spanish Club 3. ALLEN, WILLIAM-Intramural Sports 2, 3: Gym As- sistant 4: Hall Monitor 2: Cross-Country 4: Pep Club 4: Track 4: Ski Club 4. ALLODI, JOSEPH-Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4: Ger- man Club 2, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Hi-Y 2: Junior Achievement 2, 3. ANDERSON, DEBORAH-AFS 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Sottbalt 3. ANDERSON, ELIZABETH-AFS 3, 4, Presiclenf 4: Class Play 3: Creafive Wrifers Club 2, 4: Debafe 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnfer-Club Council 4: JCOWA 4: Lafin Club 3: NFL 2, 3, 4: Polifical Science Club 2, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, Sf: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Wise Fools 2: Soff- ba 2. ANDERSON, PAUL-Inframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 4: Science Club 3: Spanish C ub 3. ANDREWS, CURTIS-Junior Achievemenf 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presiclenf of Producfion 4. ANEWALT, JAMES-Cross-Counfry 2: lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Gymnasfics 2, 3: Hall Monifor 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 4: Varsify F Club 3, 4. ANTROBUS, JERRY-Sfage Crew 2. ARMBRUSTER, JERRY-Oakwood High School 2, 3. ARNOLD, GORDON-Inframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Bas- kefball 2: Campus Life 2, 3: Gymnasfics 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Track 4. ASHMUN, ELIZABETH-AFS 3: French Club 2, 3, 4I Fufure Medical Careers 2, 3: GAA 2: Hall Monifor 4: Lab Assisfanfs 3: Office Assisfanf 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. BAKER, ROBERT-lnframural Sporfs 2, 3: Wresfling 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Scholar-Afhlefe 3: Varsify F Club 3, 4. BAKER, SCOTT-Arf Club 3, 4: lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Sfage Crew 2, 3, 4. BALTES, STEPHEN-lnframural Sporfs 2. 3: Chorus 2: DCT 4. BANKS, KATHRYN-Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fufure Teachers 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Sfudenf Council 3, 4, Secrefary 4: Torch and Keysfone 4: Yearbook 4. BARBER, DANIEL-Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 4: German Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Cross-Counfry 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2, 3.4: Lab Assisfanfs 4. BARNES, MICHAEL-Wabash High School, Wa- bash, Indiana 2: Wresfling 3: School Paper 3, 4. BARKER, MARTHA--Home Economics 2: Sfudenf Secrefary 3, 4: Library Assisfanf' 3. BARRETT, LINDA-COE 4: FBLA 3: Pep Club 2: Sfucleni' Secrefary 3. BARTLETT, ANNE-Class Officer 2, Social Chair- man 2: Creafive Wrifers Club 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 4: Field Hockey 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill ancl Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 4: School Paper 3, 4, Page Edifor 4: Sfudenf Secrefary 4: Torch and Key- sfone 4. BARTON, CHRISTOPHER-Arf Club 2: lnframural Sporfs 2: Phofography Club 2: Radio-Elecfronics Club 2. Frank Trippefl lakes advanlage of his sfudy hall period lo browse 'rlirouglw llie science books available in The library BAXTER,'ALlCE-French Club 2, 3i Pep Club 2, 3. BAYNES, PATRICIA-AFS 3, 47 Class Play 37 French Club 3, 47 Future Medical Careers 2, 37 GAA 27 Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 47 Latin Club 27 Ottice Assistant 47 Pep Club 37 Yearboolc 4. BEITZEL, DAVID-Band 2, 3, 4, Vice Presiclent 37 Honors Seminar 3, 47 Intramural Sports 3, 47 De- bate 3, 47 I-li-Y 2, 3, 4. Vice President 47 Basketball 27 Tennis 3, 47 NFL 3, 47 Operetta 2, 3, 47 Orches- tra 2, 3, 47 Political Science Club 47 Torch ancl Keystone 3, 4. BELL, GENE-DCT 47 Gymnastics 27 Intramural Sports 3. BERRY, CRAIG-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 47 Fellow- ship ot Christian Athletes 47 Future Teachers 27 Hall Monitor 3, 47 l-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 47 Foot- ball 37 Traclc 2, 3, 47 Wrestling 2, 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Radio-Electronics Club 2, Secretary 2. BIAGI, NANCY-Wayne High School 27 AFS 47 Chorus 3, 47 Creative Writers Club 47 GAA 3, 47 Operetta 3, 47 School Paper 47 Torch and Key- stone 47 Volleyball 3, 4. Seniors Students appreciate wealth of library references BITZER, LINDA-French Club 27 GAA 2, 47 Lab As- sistant 47 Gymnastics 4. BLAIR, DOUGLAS-Art Club 47 l-lall Monitor 47 Raclio-Electronics Club 3. BLAIR, MICHAEL-l-li-Y 47 Pep Club 47 Slci Club 3, 4. BLAKELY, DAVID-Banol 27 lntramural Sports 2, 47 Fellowship ot Christian Athletes 47 Traclc 2, 3, 47 Radio-Electronics Club 47 Varsity F Club 4. BLEICHER, JUDY-AFS 47 French Club 27 GAA 2. 3, 47 Gymnastics 2, 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 47 Sottball 2. BLESI, MARILYN-Cheerleader 3, 47 Chorus 47 French Club 27 GAA 2, 3, 47 Gym Assistant 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Fielcl l-loclcey 27 Golt 2, 3, 47 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. BOISE, NANCY-Chorus 47 Future Medical Careers 47 GAA 2, 47 Ottice Assistant 37 Y-Teens 3, 4. BOLTON, LINDA-FBLA 47 GAA 2. BOSNAK, PRISCILLA-French Club 2, 3: GAA 3, 47 lnter-Club Council 47 JCOWA 47 Ouill and Scroll 3, 47 Torch ancl Keystone 47 Yearbook 3, 4, Eclitor-in-Chiet 4. BOSNYAK, ZAN-AFS 47 Art Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2:iFrench Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. BOULTER, RICHARD-Westport Road High School Louisville, Kentucky 2, 3: Fellowship ot Christian Athletes 4: Gym Assistant 3: Hall Monitor 4: Hi- Y 4: Football 4: Wrestling 3, 4: Varsity F Club 4. BOURDERY, NINA-International Christian Exchange Student: AFS 4: Art Club 4: Classical Music Club 4: French Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Student Council 4. BRADEN, JOHN-Band 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Cross-Country 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Scholar- Athlete 3: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Varsity F Club 3, 4. BRAHM, MICHAEL-Lima Senior High School, Li- ma, Ohio 2: Science Club 3: Visual Aids 3. BRAINARD, MARK-Baseball 2: Chorus 4: French Club 3, 4: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4: Ottice Assistant 2: Operetta 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Varsity F Club 3, 4. BRAUTIGAM, ROBERT BREITENSTEIN, KAREN-FBLA 3: Future Medical Careers 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics 2: Junior Achievement 2: Student Secretary 3, 4. BRIDGES, TIMOTHY-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Cross-Country 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Var- sity F Club 2, 3, 4. Seniors Backstage efforts enhance class play, Blithe Spirit Connie Schaerer sits patiently as Kate Riley slcilltully applies gray calce make-up tor her performance in senior play. ., . m BRIGHTMAN, KENNETH-Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4: lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: I-li-Y 2: Track 2, 3, 4. BROCK, CYNTHIA-AFS 4: French Club 2: GAA 3: JCOWA 3: PBX Operafor 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Sfudenf Secrefary 3. BROEDLING, WILLIAM-lnframural Sporfs 2: Gym- nasfics 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3. BROWN. DONALD-Baslcefball 2, 3, 4. BROWN, KATHLEEN-Chorus 4: French Club 2, 3: Opereffa 4: PBX Operafor 4: School Paper 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. BROWN, MELISSA-AFS 2, 3, 4: Affendance Moni- for 4: Chemisfry Seminar 3: Cheerleader 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fufure Medical Careers 2, 3, 4- Treasurer 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: I-lumanifies Seminar 4: JCOWA 2, 3, 4: Lab Assisfanfs 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Yearboolc 3, 4, Sfudenf Life Edifor 4. BROWN. MICHAEL-Gym Assisfanf 4: Junior BRfgciwifergw5nf 2: Baseball 2. , SAN-Greenon H' h S h l 2, 3, BURNETTE, BARRY-Junior Alcghievemoeiwf 3. BURNISON, LEIGH-Ar: Club 4: FBLA 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 4: l-lome Economics Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BUTCKE, KAY-Campus Life 2, 3, 4, Social Chair- man 3, Presidenf 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: lnfer-Club Council 4: Library Assisfanf 2: NFL 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4. BUTLER, FRANK-Junior Achievemenf 2. . BUTLER, JOHN-Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3: Creafive Wrifers Club 2: Cribbaqe Club 3, 4: Debafe 3: Honors Seminar 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Wise Fools 2. BYINGTON, BRUCE-Baseball 2: Cross-Counfry 3, 4: lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Fellowship of Chris- fian Afhlefes 4: German Club 2: l-lall Monifor 3: I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 4: Mafh Club 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 4: Traclq 3, 4: Varsify F Club 4. CALDWELL, KATHLEEN-Boolcsfore 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fufure Teachers 4: l-lisfory of Efhnic Groups Seminar 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. CANTRELL, LINDA-French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3. 4: Gym Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Secrefary 4: Soffball 2, 4: Sfudenf Secrefary 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Senior Secfion Edifor 4. CARPENTER, DIANE-Arf Club 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: COE 4: FBLA 4: Opereffa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. CARPENTER, PHYLLIS-COE 4, Vice-Presidenf 4 Sfudenf Secrefary 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. FBLA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: CARPER, BRUCE CARROLL, THOMAS-Inframural Sporfs 47 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 47 Cribbage Club 3, 4, Presidenf 47 lnfer-Club Council 47 Radio-EIec- fronics Club 2, 3, 47 Science Club 47 Wresfling 3, 4. CARTER, LAURICE-Fufure Medical Careers 47 GAA 3, 47 Lab Assisfanfs 37 Pep Club 37 Y-Teens 47 Soffball 37 Volleyball 4. CAUDILL, BRENDA-Chorus 2, 37 Pep Club 2: Y- Teens 2, 3. CAUDILL, ELIZABETH-Chorus 47 FBLA 47 French Club 27 GAA 2, 3, 47 I"IaII Monifor 3: JCOWA 47 Opereffa 47 Pep Club 2, 37 Ski Club 4. CAUPP, RODNEY-Inframural Sporfs 37 DCT 4, Presidenf 47 Cvymnasfics 3. CECIL, JUDITH-Chorus 27 COE 47 FBLA 37 GAA 2. CECIL, LARRY-Inframural Sporfs 2, 3, 47 Fellow- ship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 47 Foofball 3, 47 Track 3, 47 Ski Club 47 Varsify F Club 4. CHAMBERS, DAVID-AFS 47 Chess and Bridge Club 27 Class Play 3, 47 Creafive Wrifers Club 2, 47 French Club 2, 37 Infer-Club Council 47 JCOWA 47 NFL 47 Polifical Science Club 47 School Paper 47 Thespians 3, 47 Torch and Key- sfone 3, 4, Presidenf 4. CHRISTOFI, IRENE-AFS 47 Chorus 47 French Club 2, 37 Fufure Teachers 47 JCOWA 47 Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 47 Pep Club 4. CHURCH, CLAUDIA-AFS 2, 3, 47 Chorus 2: Class Play 3, 47 French Club 2, 37 GAA 2, 3, 47 Infer-Club Council 47 JCOWA 47 NFL 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 37 Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Presidenf 47 Thespians 47 Torch and Keysfone 3, 47 Yearbook 3, 4, I-lead-Secfion Edifor 4. CLARK, DAYTON-Band 27 Baskefball 27 Lab As- sisfanf 3. CLARK, DIANE-Class Officer 3, 4, Secrefary 3, Treasurer 47 Prom Chairman 37 French Club 2, 37 GAA 2, 37 JCOWA 37 Gymnasfics 27 Keffer- ing Teenage Traffic Courf 37 Lab Assisfanf 37 Pep Club 27 Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. CLARK, JOHN CLARK, MARCELLA-AFS 47 French Club 27 Pep Club 27 Ski Club 47 Y-Teens 3, 4. CLIFFORD, CONNIE-Arf Club 47 Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4i Ski Club 3, 4. COLLINS, MARVIN COMBS, CARLA-Affendance Monifor 37 Office Assisfanf 47 Pep Club 2. COMBS, EDWARD-Caleieria 3. COMBS, LINDA-Ari Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2: Hall Moniror 3: Opereria 4: Pep Club 2, 3. CONGDON, CHERYL-COE 4: FBLA 3, 4, Presi- clenr 4: GAA 3: lnrer-Club Council 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. COOPER, MELISSA-AFS 4: Boolcslore 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Library Assisranlr 2: Opereira 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. CORSMEIER, BEVERLY-Carroll High School, Day- +on, Ohio 2: Arr Club 4: FBLA 4: GAA 3, 4: Hall Moniror 3: Home Economics 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Volleyball 3. COTTER, VALERIE-Fuiure Medical Careers 2: GAA 2: Laiin Club 2, 3: NFL 4: Opere'r+a 2, 3: PBX Opera+or 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhy'rhme++es 2, 3, Third Se-rgeani 3. COULLES, SANDRA-Ari Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Debaie 4: French Club 3, 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 4: NFL 3, 4: Office Assisianr 4: Opereria 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Seminar, Humaniries 4. COY, SALLY-Fuiure Teachers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics 2, 3, 4, Vice Presideni 3, 4: Junior Achieverneni 3, 4: Pep Club 4. CRAFT, YVONNE-Aiienclance Monilor 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Opereiia 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhyihm- erres 3, 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4. ' Seniors National Honor Society inducfs forty five seniors Newly lapped members of Torch and Keyslone lisien alien- hvely as Mr. Paul Wagner explains organizahons Tunciion. IM EK 0 E Hur E French exchange student Nina Bourdery proudly admires papier-maiche 'figures which she made during her art class. Seniors French exchange student develops crafting skills CRAMER, CHRlSTlNE-Bellbrook High School, Bell- brook, Ohio 2, 3: French Club 2: Future Teach- ers 2: PBX Operator 4: Torch and Keystone 3. 4. CROGHAN, CATHERINE-French Club 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 3, 4: Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Inter- Club Council 4: Kettering Teenage Trattic Court 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. CROMER, MARCIA-Campus Lite 2, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Inter-Club Council 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4: Latin Club 2. CRUISE, ROBERT CRUMRINE, VlCKl-Art Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3. 4: Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: NFL 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhythmettes 3, 4, Top Sergeant 4: Ski Club 4: Thespians 3, 47 Yearbook 4, Photo Scheduler 4: Gymnastics 2, 3: Sottball 2. CULBERTSON, SUE-GAA 2: Home Economics Club 4: Ottice Assistant 4: Y-Teens 4. CLiRlTY, GARY-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Basket- a 2. CURTIS, WAN-lntramural Sports 4. CUSHNER, ELLEN-AFS 3, 4: Art Club 2. 3: De- bate 4: GAA 3: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Political Science Club 4: Ski Club 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. DALY, JENNIFER-French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Rhylhmelles 4: Torch ancl Key- slone 4. DAMICO STEPHEN-lnlramural S orls 2, 3: DCT - P 4, Treasurer 4. DARING, RONALD-lnlramural Sporls 2, 3. DARST, DEBORA-Band 2, 3: GAA 2, 4: Pep Club 4. DAVIDSON, JOHN-lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Crealive Wrilers Club 4: Fellowship ol Chrislrian Alrhleles 4: l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Foolball 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Wresllinq 3: Lalin Club 2: Polilical Science Club 4: School Paper 4: Spanish Club 4. DAVIS, JOHN-lnlramural Sporls 2: Seminar, Chemislry 3: Class Play 3: Lab Assislanl' 4: Gym- naslics 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Radio-Eleclronics Club 2, Vice-Presidenl 2. DAVIS, PHILIP-Norlheasr I-ligh School, Fl. Lauder- dale, Florida 2: Chorus 4: French Club 4: Hall Monilor 4: I-li-Y 3, 4: lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Tennis 3, 4: Operella 4: Pep Club 4. DAY, BOBBY-I-lall Monilor 4: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4. DAY, JOHN-I-lall lvlonilor 4: lniramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 2: Spanish Club 2. DEADY, SYLVIA-Arl Club 4: I-lome Economics 4: Pep Club 2. DeLATER, RICHARD-Class Officer 4, Presiclenl 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: Office Assislanl 4: Schol- ar-Alhlele 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Track 2, 3: Varsily F Club 2. 3, 4. DELLINGER, DENNIS-I-lall Ivlonilor 4: Seminar, Dralling 3: Wreslling 2. DENKA, KATHY-French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: I-lall Monilor 4: NFL 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Sluclenl Secrelary 3: Thespians 4. DEPPEN, JOSEPH-Inlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Spanish Club 2: Gymnaslics 2. DeVENY, GARY-Debale 3: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Sludenl Council 3: Wreslling 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club 2. DINSMORE, WILMA-GAA 2. DORMITZER, RICHARD-I-lall lvlonilor 3: lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: Baskelball 2: Kellering Teenage Tral- lic Courl 4: Spanish Club 2. DOTSON, GARY-Ar: Club 4: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3.4: Foolball 2: Gymnaslics 2: Track 2, 3. DOTY, DOUGLAS-lnier-Club Council 4: lniramural Sporis 4: JCOWA 4: Lab Assisiani 4: Poliiical Science Club 4, Vice-Presidenl 4: Seminar, Chem- isiry 3: Ski Club 3.4, Presideni 4. DOWNING, JEANNE-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Field Hoclcey 2, 3, 4. DROSS, SUSAN-Ari Club 4: Fuiure Teachers 4: GAA 2: l-lome Economics Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. DUNAWAY, JERRY-Gymnasiics 3, 4: lnlramural Sporls 2. DUNLAP, JOHN-Laiin Club 2. DUNNICK, DIANA-GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assisiani 4: PBX Operaior 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Rhyihm- eiies 3: Spanish Club 4: Field l-loclcey 2: Gymnas- +ics 2, 3, 4: Soiiball 2: Ceramics Seminar 4. DUPONT, JUDITH-FBLA 3, 4, Recorder 4: GAA 3: Home Economics 2. EAGLE, MARY-Ari Club 4: Creaiive Wriiers Club 4: French Club 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics 2, 3.4: Pep Club 2. EATON, LENOR-Cribbage Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. ECKERT, JEFFREY-Debaie 2, 3, 4: lniramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: NFL 2, 3, 4: School Paper 3: Span- ish Club 3: Siage Crew 3, 4. EDERER, LESLIE-Class Play 3: French Club 2: Fu- Jrure Teachers 2, 3, 4, Presideni 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Hisiory oi Eihnic Groups Seminar 4: lnier-Club Council 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Keiiering Teenage Trai- fic Couri 4: Laiin Club 3: Office Assislani 2: Pep Club 2: SJruden+ Secreiary 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4. EDWARDS, GREGORY EDWARDS, PATRICIA-Home Economics Club 2: Li- brary Assisianl 4. ELY, MICHAEL-Baseball 2, 3, 4: i-li-Y 2, 3: lnira- mural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Varsiiy F Club 3, 4. EMMONS, PATRICIA-AFS 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Draiiinq Seminar 3: Cribbage Club 4, Vice-Presiden+ 4: Pep Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Torch and Keysione 4. ERSTED, MARY-Ari Club 2, 3: COE 4: FBLA 3. 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3: JCOWA 2, 3: Ol:- iice Assisianl' 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ESTES, ANNA-Chorus 3, 4: Gym Assisiani 4: Home Economics Club 2, 4: Siudeni Secreiary 2, 3. EVERS, ROBERT-Baseball 2: Fuiure Medical Careers 2: Gyrnnasiics 2: lnirarnural Sporis 4: Junior Achievemeni 2: Varsiiy F Club 2, 3, 4. FAETH, STANLEY FEEBACK, BRENDA-Campus Lite 4: FBLA 3: l'lall Monitor 4: Home Economics 2, 3, 4: Kettering Teenage Trattic Court 2: Lab Assistant 2: PBX Operator 4. FETZER, SHIRLEY-COE 4, Secretary 4: FBLA 2. 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4. FlNE, KAREN-Band 4: GAA 2, 4: German Club 4: Junior Achievement 2: Lab Assistant 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Y-Teens 4. FINEGOLD, MICHAEL-AFS 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Scholar-Athlete 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Varsity F Club 2, 3, 4. FlNKE, KATHERlNE-Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assist- ant 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4. FISHER, REBECCA-Latin Club 2: Library Assistant 3: Pep Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4. FLANAGAN, PATRICK-DCT 4, Vice-President 4: Gym Assistant 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. FLEITZ, RONALD-Bancl 2, 3, 4: lntramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Fellowship ot Christian Ath- letes 4: I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Political Science Club 4: School Paper 3, 4, Business Man- ager 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity F Club 4. Seniors Intramural bowling teams compete at three alleys Debbie Martinson and Linda Fryer watch with interest as their teammate makes a strike during weekly bowling intramurals. - f . - nun-e:aew.,.fie,::,.mm,:-ir::fwumwiimmuuuwwsefeswwm ff W .1fs:rl Fall varsity cheerleaders radiate enthusiasm and arouse spirit at the bontire prior to the Homecoming weekend. Seniors Bonfire boosts spirit prior to Homecoming festivities I FLORA, RONALD-Intramural Sports 2, 37 Chorus 4 2, 47 Hi-Y 2. V FLORY, LINDA-Campus Lite 37 Chorus 27 FBLA 2, 3, 47 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 47 Ottice As- sistant 47 PBX Operator 47 Student Secretary 3. FLYNN, MARCIA-Class Play 3, 47 French Club 2, 3, 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Lab Assistant 37 NFL 3, Treasurer 47 Pep Club 2, 37 Thespians 3, 47 Torch and Key- stone 3, 47 Tennis 27 Volleyball 2, 3. FOLEY, JEFFREY-lntramural Sports 2, 37 Debate 37 Traclc 2, 37 NFL 37 Spanish Club 2. FOX, ALLEN-Chorus 27 Class Play 37 French Club 37 Football 2, 37 NFL 2, 3, 47 Operetta 27 Stu- dent Council 2. FOX, ROBERT-Intramural Sports 2, 37 DCT 4, Sec- retary 47 Football 2, 37 Wrestling 2.3. FRANCE, DONNA-Cateteria 3. FRAZIER, LINDA-Chorus 2, 3, 47 GAA 3, 47 Inter- Club Council 47 Operetta 2, 3, 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Rhythmettes 2, 3, 4, Cadet Captain 47 Spanish Club 2, 37 Student Council 47 Torch and Keystone 3, 4. FREDERICK, DAVID-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 47 French Club 2, 37 l-li-Y 2, 3, 47 JCOWA 47 Pep Club 47 Slci Club 3, 4. I8O FRENCH, DEAN-lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Hall Monilror 2, 3: Wresiling 2, 3, 4: Physics Seminar 4. FRY, RONALD--Radio-Eleclronics Club 3, 4. FRYE, DIANA-Pep Club 2. FRYER, LINDA-AFS 3, 4: Arl Club 3, 4, Vice- Presiclenl' 4: Class Play 4: Crea+ive VVri+ers Club 4: GAA 2, 4: Home Economics 2: Junior Achieve- menl' 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 4: Siudenlr Secreiary 2, 4. FULS, JOANNA-COE 42 GAA 2, 3: Junior Achievemenl 2: Pep Club 2. FULTON, YOLANDE-AFS 2, 3: Cheerleader 3: Chorus 3, 4: Crealiye Wrilers Club 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fuiure Teachers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice- Presidenl 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Kellerinq Teenage Traffic Courl 3, 4: NFL 3, 4, Secrelary 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Siudenl Secreiary 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. FURLONG, MARK-French Club 3: Baskeiball 2. GAGE, DOUGLAS-lniramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: l-lall Monilor 2: l-li-Y 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl 2: Base- ball 2: Golf 4: Gymnaslics 3: Pep Club 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. GARDNER, DAVID-lniramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Cho- rus 4: Traclc 2, 3, 4: Wreslrling 2: Library Assisi'- anlr 2: Varsiiy F Club 4. GARRETT, ROBERT-lniramural Sporls 2, 3: Class Play 3, 4: DCT 4: Junior Achievemenl' 2, 3: NFL 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Thespians 3, 4. GARY, JOHN-Ari Club 4: lnlramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. GEBHART, GARY GEIS, SUSAN-GAA 2: Junior Achievemenlr 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2, Presidenl 3: Lal'in Club 2: NFL 3: Pep Club 3. GEYER, DAYNE GEYER, ROBERT GILBERT, ROBIN-AFS 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fuiure Medical Careers 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemeni 2: Opereila 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Wise Fools 4. GILKEY, GREGG-lnlramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Chess and Bridge Club 3: Visual Aids 4. GILL, BARTON-Biology Seminar 2. Foreign exchange siudenf and mixed chorus member, Gunvar Lahr, discovers thai' music of anofher counfry can be infriguing. GILLAN, BARBARA-Richview Collegiafe Insfifufe 2: AFS 4: Arf Club 4: French Club 3: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 4: School Paper 4: Spanish Club 4: Recl Cross 4. GILLAN, REBECCA-Richview Collegiafe lnsfifufe 2: Arf Club 2. 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4. GOLOB, DEBORAH-Cheerleader 2: Class Officer 2, Vice-Presidenf 2: French Club 2, 3,-4, Treasurer 3, Presiclenf 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: infer-Club Council 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assisfanf 4: Lafin Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Russian Club 4: Seminar 2, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4. GOODE, STAN-Inframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Baskefball 2: Track 2. GOULD, DANIEL GRAHAM, KARL-Infrarnural Sporfs 2: German Club 2: JCOWA 2, 3. Seniors AFS promotes the exchange of universal cultures GRAHAM, LYNELL-Chorus 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lab Assisfanf 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Seminar, Ceramics 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Sfage Crew 3, 4: Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4. GRANT, MARILYN-Band 2: Campus Life 3, 4: Fufure Teachers 3, 4, Treasurer 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Torch and Keysfone 4: Yearbook 4: Baskefball 2, 3, 4. GREEN, THOMAS-AFS 3: Inframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Debafe 3, 4: Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 4: French Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Infer-Club Council 4: Baskefball 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Keffering Teen- aqe Traffic Courf 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Polifical Science Club 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Radio-Elecfronics Club 2: Scholar-Afhlefe 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4, Co-Edifor 4: TK 4: Varsify F Club 3, 4. GRIFFIN, CATHY-Arf Club 2, 3: COE 4, Treasurer 4: FBLA 3, 4: JCOWA 3: Lab Assisfanf 2: Office Assis+an+ 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. GRISSO, TONYA-COE 4: FBLA 3, 4: JCOWA 31 Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. GRISWOLD, RICHARD-lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Hall Monifor 4: Tennis 2, 3: Track 4: Pep Club 4: Ski Club 4. GROSS, DEBORAH-Debafe 3: French Club 2: Fu- fure Teachers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2. 4: Hall Monifor 3, 4: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: School Paper 4. GROTZ, DENISE-Arf Club 2, 3, 4: Creafive Wrifers Club 4: French Club 3, 4: Fufure Teachers 4: Lab Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 2. GROVER, CAROLYN-AFS 3: Band 4: GAA 2: infer-Club Council 4: Lafin Club 2, 3: Library As- sisfanf 2: Mafh Club 2: Polifical Science Club 3: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: Russian Club 3: School Paper 3, 4, Co-Edifor 4: TK 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. Seniors Interests surge GROVES, BRUCE-Spanish Club 2. GRUBER, SUSAN-Chorus 4: Creairive Wriiers Club 4: FBLA 4: GAA 3: Home Economics 4: Office Assisiani' 4: Opereiia 4: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 3, 4. GRUEBER, ARNOLD-Hall Moniior 4. HAHN, BARBARA-AFS 3, 4: Ari' Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Fuiure Medical Careers 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Gym Assisiani 4: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 4: Spanish Club 3. HALE, JACQUE-FBLA 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Sludeni Secreiary 4. HALL, ANGELYNN-Monroe High School 2, 3: GAA 4: JCOWA 4: PBX Operaior 4: Pep Club 4: Slci Club 4. HAMMONS, TERESA-GAA 2, 4: Hall Moniior 31 Home Economics Club 2: Baskelball 2: Sofiball 2, 4. HANAUER, JUDITH-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Opereiia 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. HANSEN, STUART-Ari Club 4: lniramural Sporis 4: Cribbage Club 4: French Club 2: l-li-Y 4. into varied co-curricular realms Rehearsing for a fuiure performance, Jim Slamus, Phil Davis, Ron Flora, and Brad Wafson perieci Their Barbershop Quariei. HARRIS, ROBIN-Wayne High School 3: Mangano High School, Albuquerque, N. Mex., 2: Campus Life 3: Chorus 4: French Club 2, 4. HATTSTAEDT, CHRISTINE-S+. Croix Luiheran High School 2: Fuiure Medical Careers 3.4. HECHT, DEBORAH-Fuiure Teachers 4: Laiin Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. HEDDEN, NANCY-AFS 3, 4: Ari Club 3: Creaiive Wriiers Club 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Poliiical Science Club 2: Siudeni Secreiary 4: Baslceiball 2, 3, 4. HELLER, RICHARD-lniramural Sporis 2: Hall Moni- +or 3: Wresiling 2. HELTON, MARK-Band 2, 3, 4: lniramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Debaie 4: Draiiing Seminar 4: Hi-Y 4: NFL 4: Opereiia 2, 3.4. HENN, JAMES-I-li-Y 2, 3, JCOWA 2. HERMOSILLO. JAMES-DCT 4. HESLER, DIANE-Ari Club 2: GAA 2: Pep Club 3. HESTER, LARRY-Aiiendance Moniior 3: lniramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Hall Moniior 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Baseball 2, 3. HICKEY, BARBARA-GAA 2: Opereiia 4: PBX Op- eraior 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Rhyihmeiies 3, 4, Second Lieuienani' 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. HILDRETH, JOY-Aiiendance Moniior 2: Cheer- leader 2: Class Play 2: Fuiure Teachers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2, Secreiary 2: NFL 3: Oiiice Assisiani 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 4. HILL, MELVIN-Iniramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Class Oi- Iicer 3, Presideni 3: Fellowship oi Chrisiian Alh- leies 4: lnier-Club Council 3: Baslceiball 2, 3, 4: Office Assisianl' 4: Scholar-Aihleie 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Varsiiy F Club 3, 4, Secreiary 4. HILL, SHERRY-French Club 2: Home Economics Club 3: Office Assisiani 4: Pep Club 3, 4. HILLGRUBER, RICHARD-lniramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: German Club 2: Gym Assisiani 4: Hall Moniior 4: Baseball 4: Baslceiball 2: Wresiling 4. HIVELY, LINDA-Spanish Club 2: G-ymnasiics 2. HOKE, JAMES HOPKINS, STEVEN HORNING, BARBARA-Slucleml Secrelary 4. HORNING, PATRICIA-COE 4: FBLA 4. HORRELL, JACK-In+ramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Debale 3, 4: Fellowship of Chrislian Alhleles 4: Hall Moni+or 3: Hi-Y 2, 4: lnler-Club Council 4: JCOWA 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Polirical Science Club 4: Sluclenr Council 3, 4, Presiclenl 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. HOUCK, SUE HOWARD, JAMES-lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Cho- rus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Hall Monilor 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Varsi'ry F Club 4. HUDSON, DEBORAH-Boolcslore 2: Chorus 2, 4: FBLA 3, 4: GAA 2: Home Economics 4: Pep Club 3: Baslcerball 2. HUFF, DENNIS HULSEY, JOAN-FBLA 4: Home Economics 2: Pep Club 2. HULSMAN, MARCIA-Band 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 3: Chorus 3, 4, Secrelary 4: Classical Music Club 2: French Club 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Opere++a 3, 4: Or- chesfra 2, 3, 4: School Paper 4: Torch ancl Key- slone 3, 4. HURT, DIANE-Crearive Wrilers Club 4: French. Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4. HUTCHINSON, SHERRY-Arif Club 4: FBLA 4: GAA 2: Home Economics 2: Pep Club 2. HUTTON, GARY-ln+ramural Sporrs 2, 3, 4: Debare 3: Hall Moniiror 4: Baslcelball 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Kellering Teenage Traffic Cour'r 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Scholar-Alhlere 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Torch and Keysione 4: Varsiiy F Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenr 4. ILO, EUGENIA IRELAN, KIM-Ar+ Club 4: Boolcslore 4: Fulure Teachers 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Seminar, Ceramics 4. JACKSON, PHYLLIS-AFS 2. 3: French Club 2: Fulure Medical Careers 4: GAA 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl' 2: Lafin Club 3: Opereila 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Polilical Science Club 4: Rhylhmelles 4: Torch and Key- slone 4. JEWELL, MARC-AFS 4: Band 2: Boys lnframural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Deba'e 3, 4: Fellowship of Chris- Jrian Alrhleles 4, Caplain 4: French Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 4: lnler-Club Council 4: JCOWA 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievemenl 2: Foorball 2, 3, 4: KYAC 3, 4: Kel- Tering Teenage Traffic Courl 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Scholar-A'rh'e+e 3. 4: Torch ancl Keyslone 3, 4: Varsiry F Club 3, 4. JOHNSON, SHERRY JONES, CLARENCE-lnlramural Sporls 2: DCT 4: German Club 2. JONES, MICHAEL-Band 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 3, 4: French Club 3: Geology Seminar 4: I-Ii-Y 4: Gperetta 3, 4: Crchestra 2, 3, 4: TK 3, 4. JONES, ROBERT-Gymnastics 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Track 2, 3. JUDD, KAREN--I-Iome Economics Club 2: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 3. JUDD, LARRY-Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 2. KELLY, JANE-AFS 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: FMC 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3. 4: Latin Club 2: NFL 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Sottball 2, 3, 4: Thes- pians 3, 4: TK 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4. KEMP, ALAN-Band 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Geology Semi- nar 4: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achieve- ment 2: Operetta 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Radio- Electronics Club 2, 3, 4: TK 3, 4. KEMP, PAMELA-Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Field I-Iockey 2, 3: FTA 3, 4, Secretary 4: GAA 2, 3: ICC 4: JCOWA 3, 4, President 4: Kettering Youth Action Council 4: Kettering Teenage Trattic Court 4: Latin Club 2, 3: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: TK 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Beauty Section Editor 4. KEMPER, MAUREEN-Basketball 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: FTA 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4, Board Member 3, President 4: Gym Assistant 4: ICC 4: Pep Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Sottball 2, 3, 4: TK 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Girls Sports Editor 3, Copy Editor 4. KEMPFER, DIANE- AFS 4: Chorus 3, 4: FMC 2: FTA 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Operetta 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Student Sec. 4: TK 4. Seniors Ability and effort result in prcnseworthy productions Stage crew member Scott Baker performs a vital service to the production ot "BIithe Spirit" by donating tree time. Seniors Jerry Shepard, supported by Lisa Bradtord, campaigns as Rep resentative Young in central lobby tor es 's moclc ction ' ' W t ' ele ' West's mock campaign stimulates election interest l KERSHNER, MARILYN-AFS 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Debate 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lab Assistant 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Rhythmettes 2, 3. 4, First Lieutenant 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3. KESLING, DAVID-Band 2, 3, 4: Chess and Bridge Club 2: French Club 2: JCOWA 3: Kettering Teenage Trattic Court 4: Lab Assistant 4: Library Assistant 2: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: School Paper 4. KETCHUM, TERESA-Campus Lite 4, Treasurer 4: NFL 4. KILEANE, RICHARD-Boys Intramural Sports 4: Pep C ub 2, 3. KINGSTON, PAULA-GAA 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Slci Club 4: Student Secretary 3, 4: Gym- nastics 2, 3.4. KIRBY, TIMOTHY-lntramural Sports 2: Lab Assist- ant 2: Pep Club 2, 3. KISLING, STEPHEN-lntrarnural Sports 2, 3: Class Otticer 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4: Debate 3: French Club 2, 3: JCOWA 3: Baslcetball 2, 3, 4: Ketter- ing Teenage Trattic Court 4: NFL 3, 4: Scholar- Athlete 4: Student Council 2: Torch and Key- stone 3, 4: Varsity F Club 4. KLINE, KATHY-GAA 2, 4: Pep Club 2: School Paper 4. KLING, GREGORY-Intramural Sports 2: Fellowship ot Christian Athletes 4: Gym Assistant 2: l-tall Monitor 2: Football 2, 3, 4: Traclc 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity F Club 3.4, Ser- geant-at-Arms 4. KNEIDL, JOHN-Fooiball 2, 3. KNIGHT, GARY--Chorus 3, 4: Fellowship of Chris- Jrian Alhleles 4: l-lall Monilor 3: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: Traclc 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 3: Varsily F Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. KOCHLI, DALE KOHL, ROBERT-Fellowship of Chrislian Alhleles 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Varsily F Club 2, 3, 4. KOHLER, LYNN-Allendance Monilor 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 3: Operella 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. KORCZYNSKI, DORIS-AFS 2. 3. 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 4: JCOWA 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 3. KRUMHOLTZ, JOHN-Oalcwood High School 2, 3? Ski Club 4. KRYNZEL, CAROL-Ar+ Club 4: FBLA 4: GAA 3, 4: Soflball 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4. LACHEY, SUSAN-French Club 2, 3, 4: Fufurel Teachers 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Y-Teens 4: Soflball 2. LACKEY, LARA-Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4, Board Member 4: PBX Opera+or 2: Pep Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Facully and Academics Eclilor 4: Tennis 2: Volleyball 2, 3, 4. LAHR, GUNVAR-AFS 4: Chorus 4: Classical Music Club 4: Class Play 4: GAA 4: German Club 4: JCOWA 4: Operella 4: Ski Club 4: Sludenl Coun- cil 4: Norwegian Exchange Sludenl. LAIRD, VICTOR-lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Wres- fling 2, 3, 4. LAMBERTH, CHARLES-lnlramural Spor'l's 2, 3, 4: Fooiball 2, 3. LANE, GARY-Chess and Bridge Club 2: Fulure Medical Careers 4: l-lall Monilor 3. LANTIS, EUGENE-Baseball 2, 3: Inlramural Sporls 2. LARGER, SHARON-FBLA 4: GAA 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics 2, 3, 4. LARGER, SHIRLEY-FBLA 4: GAA 3, 4: Home Economics 2, 3.4: Library Assislanl' 2, 3. LATHAM, JAMES-AFS 2, 3, 43 Arr Club 2, 3, 4: Campus Life 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Library Assislranl 4: Operella 2, 3, 4: Seminar, Ceramics 4: Thespians 3, 4. LAWSON, KERRY-Band 2, 3, 4, Secre'rary-Treas- urer 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: lnrramural Spor'rs 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 2, 3: Junior Achievemenr 2, 3, 4: Seminar, Geology 4. LEESON, THORPE-Foolball 3: French Club 2, 3: Gym Assis'ran+ 3: Gymnasrics 2, 3, 4: Hall Moni- +or 2: lniramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: NFL 3: Track 2, 3, 4. LEFF, HARRIET-AFS 2, 3, 4: Arr Club 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Larin Club 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Polirical Science Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Wise Fools 3: Volleyball 3. 4. LeMAY, HELEN-AFS 3, 4: Ari Club 2, 3, 4: A+- fendance Monifor 3: French Club 2: GAA 3, 4: lnler-Club Council 4: JCOWA 4: Lab Assisianl' 4: Pep Club 2. 3: School Paper 4: Torch and Key- slone 3, 4. LEVY, JOYCE--Arr Club 2, 3. 4: Class Play 3: Crea- Jrive Wrilers Club 2, 3: GAA 2: Home Economics 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3: Y-Teens 2. LIGHT, THEODORE-Hi-Y 3, 4: lnlramural Sporrs 3: Laiin Club 2.3.4. LINSKER, JEFFREY-Chorus 3, 4: Debale 3. 4: French Club 2: lnlrarnural Sporrs 2, 3, 4: NFL 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Capiain 4: Varsily F Club 4. LIU, MELINDA-Fuiure Medical Careers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Larin Club 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keysrone 3, 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4. LONG, REX-Hi-Y 3: Inlrramural Sporis 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Spanish Club 2: Track 2, 3. LORTON, DEBORAH-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Fuiure Medical Careers 2: GAA 2, 3: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3: Opereira 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: S+uden+ Secreiary 3, 4: Y-Teens 3. LOWERY, STEVEN--Fellowship of Chrisfian Alhleies 4: Fooiball 2, 3, 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Varsiiy F Club 3, 4. LUKE, JANET-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Fu- +ure Medical Careers 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenlr 4: German Club 4: Laiin Club 2: Opereila 2, 3, 4: Seminar, Eihnic 4. LUTTRELL, JANET-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Cribbage Club 4: GAA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenr 2: Operelra 2, 3, 4. LUYBEN, JOHN-Band 2: Creaiive Wrirers Club 4, Presideni' 4: Hi-Y 3: lnrramural Sporis 3, 4: Infer- 'Club Council 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Fooiball 2: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. MACK, RONALD-Baskelball 2. MACKELPRANG, LINDA-Hillcresr High School 2: Ar+ Club 4: French Club 4: Pep Club 3, 4. MADLIGER, RONALD-Baseball 2, 3. 4: Baskefball 4: Fellowship of Chrisiian A+hle+es 4: Gym Assisi'- anl 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3: Hall Monilor 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Radio-Eleclronics Club 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Varsify F Club 4. MADOLE, VICKIE-AFS 3, 4: Arr Club 4: Baskelball 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 2, 3: Fufure Medical Careers 2: Furure Teachers 2: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Opere-Ha 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Thespians 4. i MAEDER, RICHARD-Chorus 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Operetta 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Wrestling 2, 4. MAESS, ANN-Art Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 4. MAGRUDER, JANE-Campus Life 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4. MAHFOUZ, JEANNE-Chorus 2, 3: Class Play 3: French Club 2: Future Medical Careers 2, 3: GAA A 2, 3: JCOWA 4: Office Assistant 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Yearbook 3, 4, Business Man- ager 4. MANTIA, LARRY-Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4. MANZC, JOHN-lnframural Sports 2, 3: Gym As- sisfanf 4: Football 2: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. MARSHALL, CARLEEN-AFS 3. 4: Class Play 3, 4: Future Teachers 4: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievement 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Year- book 4: Y-Teens 4, MARTIN, CHRISTINE-Art Club 4: FBLA 3: GAA 2. 3: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. MARTINSON, DEBBIE-AFS 3: Class Officer 3, 4. Social Chairman 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Court 4: NFL 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Student Council 2: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. Seniors Students utilize study hall time for school service Office aid Dick DeLater struggles with door as he transports classroom materials from main office to unit supply room. l . .,,. ,. . .. ..,,, .,,.. ,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,. . f if . -1-:..:..,1ifi,ef,-1:,:1Qaan1wwmm.umxammsxssi.w.f.m..f::1f.m1.:wffs .K .,,,f--,,.-'.-MN. wwwLs4 m1uunsm1fmwwmsesm...mmmmmw,1azmwmuuasmiu:fwmw:-,asm.eu,su+.,w,.,.wss,.Vfm.: ,,,,. H, ...,,....... g Fairmont West's Dragon mascot and tall cheerleaders anxiously await a touchdown at a crucial moment during East-West game. Seniors Excitement increases as gridiron action intensifies MASON, JUDITH-Pep Club 2. MASTRIANA, STEPHEN-Band 2, 3, 4, Manager 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Seminar 4: Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4: Kettering Teenage Trattic Court 3, 4: Photography Club 4: Science Club 4. MATTINGLY, JOHN-lntramural Sports 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Varsity F Club 2, 3, 4. MAYER, CAROL-Future Medical Careers 2: Fu- ture Teachers 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: PBX Operator 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 4. MAYES, JOHN-Art Club 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4: l-lall Monitor 3: Varsity F Club 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4. MCCLELLAN, GEORGEENE-Basketball 2, 3: Chorus 3, 4: Field l-loclcey 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Ottice Assistant 4: Pep Club 2: Torch and Keystone 4. MCCOPPIN, PAMELA-Cheerleader 4: FBLA 4: French Club,2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3: School Paper 3, 4: Sottball 3: Torch and Keystone 4. MCCREIGHT, RONALD-Intramural Sports 2, 3: Fli- Y 2, 3: JCOWA 2. McDANlEL, KATHLEEN-COE 4: GAA 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4: Operetta 4: Pep Club 4. MCKNIGHT, DANIEL-Baskelball 2, 3: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Fulure Medical Ca- reers 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 4: Ten- nis 2 3 4 MCSHERRY, LINDA-Arl' Club 4: Bancl 2, 3: Cho- rus 4: GAA 2.4: Pep Club 4: Ski Club 4. MEADOWS, KIRK-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Cross-Counlry 3: Debare 2. 3: OpereHa 2, 3, 4. MESSER, BRENDA-Campus Life 4: GAA 4: Gym Assislanr 4: Operella 3: Pep Club 3, 4. MEUSER, LINDA-AFS 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Office Assislanl 4' Torch and Keyslone 4. MILLER, DAN-lnlramural Sporls 2, 4: Pep Club 2. MILLER, PAUL MILLS, JOHN-Slebbins High School 2: Chess and Bridge Club 3: Cribbage Club 4: French Club 4. MINSHALL, BLANCHE-Arr Club 2: Caleleria 2. MITCHELL, ARDELIA MITCHELL, PAUL-lnlramural Sporrs 3: Chorus 2: Cross-Counrry 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Varsily F Club 2, 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3, 4. MOLINE, CAROLYN-GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2: Hall Monilor 3: Home Economics Club 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Sluclenl Secrelary 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Tennis 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4. MOLL, ERIC-lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: Track 2. MONCRIEF, DONALD-Junior Achievemenl' 2: Ra- dio-Eleclronics Club 3. MONNIER, EUGENE-lnlramural Sporls 2: Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3: Cribbage Club 3, 4, Presi- denl 3: Inler-Club Council 3: Junior Achievemenl' 2: Lab Assislanl 2: Radio-Eleclronics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-Presidenl 3: Science Club 4. MONNIN, CHARLES MONTGOMERY, MARK-AFS 3, 4: lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: Hi-Y 3: Junior Achievemenl 2: Lab As- sislanls 4: Pep Club 3. MOORE. DONALD 1 1 Q ! 3 3 a I I 5 f 5 5 I i 1 Y P 1 1 Y e J 1 5 v I 1 I F s i S 3 5 i 3 s I 9 I 5 X 2 Y , r f 7 i 7 1 1 2 2 MOORE, SHELLY-James Island High School, Charleston, South Carolina 2. MORGAN, LONNIE-Intramural Sports 2. MORRISON, DEBORAH-AFS 2, 3. 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Yearbook 4, Underclass Editor 4. MOSHER, JAMES-German Club 2, 3: Gymnastics 2, 3: lntramural,Sports 2, 3: Science Club 2. MOSS, JERRY-Archbishop Alter High School 2. MULLEN, MICHAEL-Intramural Sports 4: Traclc 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. Seniors lnquisitive minds investigate vast realms of science MULLER, KRISTINE-Bookstore 2: FBLA 4: GAA 2. 3, 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Student Secretary 4: Y-Teens 3, 4. MUMPOWER, MARCIA-AFS 2, 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Future Medical Careers 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. MURPHY, PATRICIA-Oalcwood High School 2: Stebbins High School 3. MYERS, CYNTHIA-Chorus 2, 4: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Rhythmettes 4: Ski Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. NAUDASHER, RONALD-Hi-Y 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4. NAZAK, PATRICIA-Chorus 4: Cribbage Club 4: Future Medical Careers 3, 4. NEFF, SUE-Class Play 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Golf 3. 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: School Paper 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4. NELSON, ROBERT-AFS 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 42 Class Play 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: NFL 2, 3, 4, President 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Wrestling 2: Dragon Mascot 4. NETT, KAY-Estancia High School, Costa Mesa, California 2: Art Club 4: Ethnic Seminar 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 4. i NEUBERT, NANCY-Parkway Senior High School, Si. Louis, Missouri 2, 3: AFS 4: Chorus 4: Class Play 4: Debaie 4: JCOWA 4: Junior Achievemenl 4: NFL 4: Office Assisiani 4: Opere+'ra 4: Polilical Science Club 4: Yearbook 4. NEWLIN, SUZANNE-AFS 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 4: Chorus 2, 3: Class Play 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3. 4: OpereHa 2, 3: PBX Operaior 4: Pep,Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Baske+ball 2. NIEHUS, CAROL-AFS 3, 4: Booksfore 2, 3, 4: Fu- Jrure Teachers 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: NFL 3.4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Field Hockey 2, 3 4. NISHIMURA, MICHAEL-lniramural Sporlrs 2. 3, 4: Gym Assis+an'r 4: Baskeiball 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Varsiiy F Club 3, 4. NOLAN, MICHAEL-Aiienclance Monilor 2, 3: ln- iramural Sporis 4: Chorus 2: Hall Moniior 2, 3: Fooiball 3, 4: Track 2, 3, Wresiling 2: NFL 3, 4: Office Assislanl' 2, 3: Opereiia 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 4: Span- ish Club 2: Thespians 3, 4: Varsily F Club 4: Year- book 3, 4, Adverlising Manager 3.4. NORDQUEST, CAROL-AFS 3: Ari Club 3, 4: FBLA 4: French Club 2: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. O'BRIEN, MOLLY-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislanl 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4. OETERS, LINDA-AFS 4: Chorus 2, 4: Cribbage Club 4: FBLA 3, 4. Treasurer 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. Secrelary 3, Finance Chairman 4. OLIVER, WILLIAM-lniramural Sporis 3, 4: Basker- ball 2: Track 3, 4. Seniors Weekly pretzel sales augment speech, debate funds Dave Chambers earns NFL service poinis as he urges prospec- live buyer, Pam lvlcCoppin, fo supporl 'ihe speech deparimeni. ORME, MARILYN--Office Assislanl 4. O'ROURKE, PATRIC-Fellowship of Chrislian Alh- leles 4: Hall lv1oni+or 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Inframural Sporis 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4, Vice-Presiclenlr 4: Base- ball 2: La+in Club 2: Pep Club 4: Track 3. OSBORNE, MICHAEL OSTERFELD, PAUL-Baseball 2: Football 2, 3. OTTO, WILLIAM-Foolball 2: French Club 2: Infra- mural Sporls 2: Junior Achievemeni 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Wresiling 2. J OXLEY, KAREN-Chorus 2, 3: FBLA 4: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club.2, 3. PADDOCK, PATRICIA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: NFL 3, 4: Opereila 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhy+hme+'res 3, 4, Second Sergeanl 4: Thespians 3, 4: Year- book 4. PANCOAST, PATRICK-AFS 4: Baskeiball 2: Class Officer, Presiclenl 2: Class Play 3, 4: Golf 3, 4: lnler-Club Council 4, Presiclenl 4: lnlramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislani 3: NFL 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4: Scholar-A+hle+e 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Siuclenl Council 3, 4, Vice-Presiclenl 4: Thespians 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Track 2: Varsily F Club 3. PANSING, MICHAEL-Iniramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Lab Assislani 2: Science Club 2, 3. PARKER, JANELLE-Ari Club 2, 3, 4: Crealrive Wrilers Club 4: Lab Assislanl 4: Spanish Club 2. PASKIN, TERESA-Builer High School 2, 3: Beaver- creek High School 4: GAA 4: JCOWA 4: Gym- naslics 4: School Paper 4: Thespians 4. PATRICK, JUDITH-Band 2, 3, 4: Cribbage Club 4: GAA 3: Laljin Club 2: Operelfa 2: Orchesfra 2, 3: Torch ancl Keyslone 4. PATTERSON, MICHAEL-Fellowship of Chrislian AJrhle+es 4: Hi-Y 2, 4: In+ramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Varsiiy F Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3, 4, Co-Capiain 4. PATTON, BRENDA-Cafeleria 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4. PAULSON, BARBARA-Ari Club 3, 4: Chess ancl Bridge Club 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fulure Teach- ers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3: JCOWA 3. 4: Library Assisianl' 4. PEARMAN. MICHAEL-DCT 4. PERKINS, BILLEY-Cafeleria 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Slrage Crew 3, 4. PERRY, SHIRLEY--Library Assisianl' 3: Ski Club 4. PHILLIPS, ROBERT-Inlramural Sporls 3, 4. PLUMMER, CLINTON-Foolball 2: lnlramural Sporlrs 3, 4. PLUMMER, MELINDA-Chess and Bridge Club 2: Class Play 3: Crealive Wrilers Club 2, 4: Crib- bage Club 3: German Club 4: NFL 2, 3, 4: Wise Fools 2, 4. POTTENGER, TIMOTHY-Baseball 2: Baskelball 2: Debale 3: Inlramural Sporrs 2, 3, 4: Seminar, Chemislry 4: Tennis 3: Torch and Keyslone 3, 4. PRICE, SARA-George Whyl'e High School, Rich- mond, Virginia 2: AFS 4: Campus Life 4: GAA 3, 4: Hall Monilor 3: Home Economics Club 4: Li- brary Assislanl 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Slci Club 3: Y- Teens 4. PRICHARD, KENNETH-Baseball 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Sporls 4. PRIEST, DALE-lnrramural Sporls 2. 3: Radio-Eleo lronics Club 2, 3. PROFFIT, MARK PUTERBAUGH, DARLANN-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. PYPER, DEBORAH-AFS 3, 4: Arl Club 4: Boolcslore 3, 4: Fulure Medical Careers 2, 3: Fulure Teachers 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Pep Club 3: Span- ish Club 3, 4. RANKIN, CLIFF-Foolball 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3. RANSDELL, DONALD-Slebbins High School 2: Norlhmoml High School 3: FBLA 3, 4: Hall Moni- Tor 4: lnlramural Sporlrs 3. READNOWER, DOUGLAS-FBLA 4: Fulure Medi- cal Careers 2: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievemenr 2, Presidenl 2: Lab Assislanl 4: Slu- denl' Council 4. READNOWER, JEFFREY-Hi-Y 3: lnlramural Sporls 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Varsily F Club 4: Wres- lling 3, 4. REDENBAUGH, CAROL-GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 3. REINKE, DIANNE-French Club 2, 3, 4: Office As- sisranl 4: Operellra 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Rhylhmelles 3, 4: Third Corporal 4. REMNANT, DONALD-Campus Life 3, 4: Chess and Bridge Club 4: Cribbage Club 3, 4: lnlramural Sporls 4: Junior Achievemenl' 2, 3, 4: Lab Assisi- an'r 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Traclc 3, 4. REMNANT, DOROTHY4-Campus Life 2, 3, 4: Fu- lure Teachers 4: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3, 4: Rus- sian Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Torch and Key- slone 4. RETTER, BOBBIE-Sfivers 2, 3: Chess ancl Bridge Club 4: Chorus 4: PBX Operafor 4. RICHARDS, CLAIRE-French Club 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 47 Junior Achievemenf 2: Pep Club 4: Ski Club 45 Baskefball 3, 4: Volleyball 2. RlEL, EUGENE-Arf Club 2: French Club 2. RIKE, EDWARD-lnfrarnural Sporfs 3, 4: Hall Mon- ifor 2, 3, 4: Gymnasfics 2, 3. RILEY, KATHLEEN-AFS 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 4: Chorus 2, 4, Secrefary 2: Class Play 3, 4: Cribbage Club 3, 4: French Club 41JCOWA 4: NFL 3, 4: Oper- effa 2, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3: Ski Club 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3. 4. RINEHART, SHARON-Class Play 3: FBLA 41 Of- fice Assisfanf 4: Spanish Club 2. RINER, REX-lnfrarnural Sporfs 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baskefball 2: Pep Club 4: Varsify F Club 2, 3, 4. ROACH, JULTA-Class Play 3: Creafive Wrifers Club 2, 4, Secrefary 4: GAA 2, 4: JCOWA 4: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 2: NFL 3, 4: Opereffa 2, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3: Pep Club 27 Po- lifical Science Club 2: School Paper 4: Seminar. Geology 23 Torch and Keysfone 4: Wise Fools 2: Lafin Club 2, 3. ROBERSON, CAROL-GAA 2, 4: Library Assisfanf 2. Seniors Faculiy and students Sfudenf Council members Kafhy Banks and Tom Woods sif in on a faculfy meefing discussion led by Mr. Paul Wagner. l expound on campus concerns Rhylhrneile Palsy Paddock displays poise and marching abiliiy s Th c s d a h If + a e orp performs a rouiine uring g me's a ime Award winning Rhyfhmeite Corps exemplifies spirit ROGERO, NICHOLAS-lniramural Sporls 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4. ROGERS, BRIAN-Jefferson Township High School 2: lniramural Sporis 3, 4: Chess and Bridge Club 2: Baseball 2: Lab Assisiani 4. ROSE, BRENDA-FBLA 4: French Club 2: Fuiure Teachers 3: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 4. RUHMAN, RICHARD-Miami Coral Park Senior High School 2. SACHLEBEN, ROGER-Foolball 2, 3, 4: Gymnasiics 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Varsily F Club 2, 3, 4. SALLEE, REBECCA SCHAERER, CONNIE-Fairview High School 2: Class Play 3, 4: Lab Assisiani 4: NFL 3, 4: Thes- pians 3, 4: Torch and Keysione 4. SCHAFFER, CHRIS-Band 2, 3, 4: lniramural Sporis 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: JCOWA 4: Radio-Elecironics Club 4. SCHALNAT, WALTER-lniramural Sporls 4: Chess and Bridge Club 3: Hall Moniior 4: Baseball 2, 3: Fooiball 2. SCHELLHASE, BONA-AFS 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: infer-Club Council 4, Secrefary 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presiclenf 4: Ski Club 3, 4. SCHMIDT, JILL-Arf Club 2: Fufure Medical Ca- reers 2: Spanish Club 4: Torch and Keysfone 4: Y-Teens 3, 4, Treasurer 4. SCHMITT, KATHRYN-FBLA 4: Home Economics 2, 3: Office Library Assisfanf 2: Office Assisfanf 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, Secrefary 2. 3. SCHONSHECK, BONNIE-Chorus 2, 4: Class Play 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Fufure Medical Careers 2: GAA 2: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 47 NFL 2. 3, 4: Opereffa 2, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. SCHULER, PORTIA-French Club 2: GAA 2: Op- ereffa 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Rhyfhrneffes 3, 4. Warranf Officer 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Torch and Key- sfone 4. SCOTT, GARY SCOTT, JACK-Gym Assisfanf 3, 4. SCOTT, RICHARD-Chorus 2, 3: Cross-Counfry 2. 3, 4: Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 4: Infra- mural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsify F Club 4. SCUDDER, DAVE-Miamisburg High School 2: Campus Life 4: Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 4: Hall Monifor 4: Hi-Y 4: lnframural Sporfs 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Foofball 3: Gyrnnasfics 3:,Torch and Keysfone 4: Varsify F Cub 3, 4. SEARCH, WILLIAM-Band 2, 3, 4: Campus Life 2. 3, 4. Vice-Presidenf 3: Creafive Wrifers Club 4: French Club 2: Fufure Teachers 2, 3: Hall Monifor 2: NFL 3, 4. SEIDEL, ARNELLE-Campus Life 2, 3, 4. Secrefary- Treasurer 4: French Club 2: Office Assisfanf 3: Opereffa 2: Orchesfra 2: Sfudenf Secrefary 3. SEXTON, RUTH-Creafive Wrifers Club 4: Fufure Teachers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Lab Assisfanfs 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Torch and Keysfone 4: Y- Teens 3, 4. SHAFER, JANE-Affendance Monifor 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. SHAHAN, CINDY-Ari' Club 3, 4: Class Play 3: FBLA 4: French Club 2: GAA 2, 4: Gymnasfics 3, 4: Home Economics 4: Opereffa 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2. SHAIN, KATHY-Cenferville High School 2: COE 4: Junior Achievemenf 2. SHAMPTON. JONATHA-FBLA 2: Baskefball 2, 3, 4, Manager 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Assisfanf 4: Lafin Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhyfhmeffes 4: Soffball 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4. SHANNON, DEBBIE-Arf Club 2, 4: Fufure Teach- ers 4: GAA 2, 3: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Yearbook 4. SHANTZ, GLORIA-Class Play 3: French Club 2, 3: GAA 3, 4: Junior Achievemenf 2: NFL 3, 4: Op- ereffa 2. 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Polifical Science Club 4: Rhyfhmeffes 3, 4: Thes- pians 3, 4: Torch ancl Keysfone 4: Yearbook 4. SHARP, LINDA-Cenlerville High School 2: COE 4: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3, Vice-Presiclenl' 3: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: Yearboolc 3, 4. SHEDDEN, LORRAINNE-FBLA 2, 3: GAA 3: Home Economics 3: Junior Achievemenl 2, 3. SHEPARD, GERALD-Debale 4: Fellowship of Chrislian Afhleles 4: French Club 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: ln+ramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Kellering Teenage Traffic Courl 3, 4: NFL 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Torch and Keyslone 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsily F Club 4. SHEPHERD, GAYLE-FBLA 3: Hall lvlonilor 3: Home Economics 2: PBX Operalor 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: School Paper 4. SHIKENJANSKI, DANIEL-Alhens High, Alhens, Ohio 2, 3. SHOEMACHER, DAVID-Foolball 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Hi-Y 2: lnlramural Sporls 2: JCOWA 4: Varsily F Club 3, 4: Wreslling 2, 3, 4. SHRADER, PATRICIA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3. SHULTHEIS, KATHLEEN-AFS 2, 3. 4: Fulure Teachers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Torch and Keyslone 4. SIBERT, JANET-FBLA 3. 4, Vice-Presidenl 4: Home Economics 2, 3, 4, Finance Chairman 3, Presidenl 4: lnler-Club Council: Sludenl Secrelary 4. SIMPSON, STEVEN-Bancl 2, 3, 4: Campus Life 3, 4: Gymnaslics 2, 3, 4: lvlalh Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. SIMS, KAREN-AFS 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3. 4: Home Economics 2: Operella 2: Spanish Club 3. SIPE, GREGG--Debale 4: l-li-Y 2, 4: lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: NFL 4. SKAHEN, WILLIAM-Ml. Vernon Academy, Colum- bus, Ohio 2: Talcoma Academy, Washinglon, D.C. 3: Hi-Y 4: lnlramural Sporls 4: JCOWA 4: Ten- nis 4. SKIDMORE, ROBERT-Hi-Y 3: lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: Pep Club 3. SLUSSER, MICHAEL-AFS 4: Chorus 4: Fellow- ship of Chrislian Alhleles 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Gym Assislanl' 4: Hi-Y 4: JCOWA 4: Operella 4: Pep Club 4: Traclc 3, 4: Varsily F Club 4: Wreslling 4. SMITH, ALANE-Aller High School 2, 3: Chorus 4: French Club 4: Operellra 4. SMITH, DAVID K.-Baseball 2, 3, 4: Fellowship of Chrislian Arhlefes 4, Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Fool- ball 2, 3, 4: Gym Assisfanl 4: Hall Monilor 3: lnlramural Sporls 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Varsily F Club 3, 4. SMITH, DAVID L.-German Club 2, 3. SMITH,'DOUGLAS-Kentucky Military Academy 2: Ceramics Seminar 4: Radio-Electronics Club 4: I Slci Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. SMITH, HOWARD-Intramural Sports 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Gym Assistant 3: Gymnastics 2: Pep Club 3. SMITH, NANCY JO-Bancl 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Ethnic Seminar 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Y-Teens 4. SMITH, NANCY RAE-Class Play 4: Debate 4: FBLA 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Library Assistant 2: Pep Club 3, 4: Quill ancl Scroll 4: Yearbook 4. SMITH, PHILIP-Band 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Basketball 2: Chorus 2: I-lall Mon- itor 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, 4: Kettering 'Teen- age Traffic Court 4: School Paper 4. SMITLEY, REBECCA-Art Club 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: French Club 2: GAA 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. SNEAD, JAMES-Band 3, 4: Chess and Bridge Club 3, 4: Cribbage Club 4: Debate 3, 4: I-li-Y 4: Geology Seminar 4: NFL 3, 4: Radio-Electronics Club 2, 3. SNYDER, LOIS-COE 4: GAA 2. SNYDER, MARY-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Creative Writers Club 4: GAA 2, 3, 4:' Inter-Club Council 4: JCOWA 4: Gperetta 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhythmettes 4: Russian Club 3, 4, President 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Student Secretary 3, 4. Seniors Pre-game rally boosts student spirit for Alter game West's Dragon mascots, Dave Scuclder and Bob Nelson, display their spirit 'at the first pep rally prior to the Alter qame. l During debate, Marc Jewell presents negative views on com- pulsory service to Terry Weitzman, Rae Smith and Paul Wright. Seniors Debate competition involves compulsory conscription SOMMER, JUDlTH-Gttice Assistant 3, 4: Pep 4 Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3. P SOSNOWSKI, KAREN-AFS 3, 4: FBLA 4: GAA ' 2, 3, 4: Home Economics 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. SPAHR, REBECCA-Cheerleader 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Rhythmettes 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Yearbook 4. SPALT, PATRICIA-Pep Club 2. SPARKS, LARRY-Band 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: l-li-Y 3, 4: Raclio-Electronics Club 4. SPAULDING, SALLY-FBLA 4: French Club 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4. SPENCER, JAMES-Intramural Sports 2:4 Radio- Electronics Club 4. SPRADLIN, WILLIAM STANLEY, KEITH-Chess and Bridge Club 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Geology Seminar 4: Math Club 3: Torch and Keystone 4. STANTON, SUE-Ari Club 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 3: GAA 3, 4: Lab Assisfanl' 2, 3, 4: Torch and Key- s'rone 3, 4. STEINKE, PATRICIA-Aller High School 2: Chorus 4: Lab Assislanl' 4. STEPHENSON, DEBRA-A+lendance Monilor 3: Chorus 3: COE 4: FBLA 2: French Club 2. STILES, HARWOOD--Cribbage Club 4: French Club 2, 3: Gym Assislanl 3: Cross-Counlry 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Varsily F Club 3, 4. STOKES, BENNY STORCK, JUDITH-GAA 2: Volleyball 2. STRINGHAM, SCOTT STROBINO, NORMAN-Gym Assislanl 4: Hall Mon- ilor 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Fooiball 2, 3, 4, Co- Caplain 4: Spanish Club 2: Varsiiy F Club 3, 4. STUCK. JAMES SWABB, DAVID-ln'rra'mural Sporis 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Baslcelball 2: NFL 3. SWARTZEL, ROBERT-lnlramural Sporls 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Fufure Medical Careers 4: Gym Assislanl 3: Hi-Y 3: Lab Assislani 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Slci Club 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Torch and Key- slone 4. SWEATT, GARY TALLBERG, LOUISE-French Club 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4, Secreiary 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Sludenl Council 4: Torch and Keys'rone 3, 4: Field Hoclcey 3, 4. TAULBEE, SHERRY-Campus Life 4: Lalin Club 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidem' 3, Secre- Jrary 4. TAYLOR, PEGGY-FBLA 4: GAA 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. TESMER, LINDA-Campus Life 3, 4: Fu'rure Teachers 4: GAA 3: German Club 2: Library Assislanf 3: Pep Club 2. THOMAS, LYNN-Class Officer 2, 3, Treasurer: Class Play 3: French Club 2: GAA 2, 3: Human- i+ies Seminar 4. THOMAS, PAULA-Ari Club 3. 4: Band 2: FBLA 4? GAA 2, 3. Senior gym assistant Ka+hy Finke, fimes The sophomores as 'rhey run fhe yard dashes during physical eclucafion class. THOMPSON, THOMAS-Basketball 2: Track 2, 3, 4. THURMAN, JASON THYGERSON, DEBRA-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Inter-Club Council 3: Lab Assistant 3: Operetta 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Span- ish Club 3, 4, President 3: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. TODD, ROBERT-Baseball 2: Football 2, 3: Hall Monitor 4: lntramural Sports 2. ' TRACE, JEFFREY-Band 2, 3, 4: lntramural Sports 4: Math Club 3: Spanish Club 3. TRIMBLE, RONALD Seniors Phys Ed assistants prove invaluable to teachers TRIMBORN, STEVEN-FBLA 4: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4: l lntramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Tennis 4: Varsity F Club 4. TRIPPETT, FRANK-AFS 3: Basketball 3, 4: Creative Writers Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Golt 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: lntramural Sports 2, 3, 4: JCOVVA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Seminar, Chem- istry 3: Ski Club 3. 4: Torch and Keystone 4: Varsity F Club 4: Yearbook 4, Sports Editor 4. TURNER, DEDRA-AFS 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Fu- ture Teachers 4: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 4, Secretary 4. ULLERY, STEPHEN ULRICH, ROBERT-Band 2, 3, 4, President 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: lnter-Club Council 4: Intramural Sports 3: Operetta 2: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Torch and Key- stone 3, 4. UTZ, STEPHEN-l-lall Monitor 2, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: School Paper 4: Wrestling 3. UTZINGER, DONALD-Band 3: Gymnastics 2, 3: l-li-Y 4: Intramural Sports 3, 4: Radio-Electronics Club 4: Ski Club 4: Visual Aids 3. VALIQUETTE, PAUL-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Gym Assistant 3: l-lall Monitor 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Gym- nastics 2, 3: Operetta 3: Track 2: Varsity F Club 3, 4. VANCE, SHARON-Debate 2: GAA 2: Gymnastics 2: Junior Achievement 2. VANDEVAL, LINDA-AFS 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: l-lome Economics 2, 4: JCOWA 4: Kettering Teenage Trattic Court 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. VAN ORDEN, CLAUDE-Band 3, 4: Debate 3: Gymnastics 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Orches- tra 3, 4: School Paper 3: Seminar, Journalism 3: Torch and Keystone 4: Wise Fools 3. VENDT, DAVID-l-lall Monitor 3, 4: l'li-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. VIETS, MICHAEL--Intramural Sports 4: Basketball 2. WAGNER, LYNNE-AFS 3, 4: Art Club 2: Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Home- coming Court 4, Homecoming Queen 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slci Club 4: Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Student Secretary 4: Torch and Keystone 3, 4. WAHEER, GREGORY-Intramural Sports 2, 3: Latin Clu 2. WAITZMAN, TERESA-AFS 4: Debate 3, 4: Fu- ture Medical Careers 3: Future Teachers 4: GAA 3, 4: lnter-Club Council 4: NFL 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Political Science Club 4: Spanish Club 2: Torch and Keystone 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4, President 4: Softball 3. WALLACE, SANDRA WALSH, GAYLE-Band 3, 4: Classical Music Club 2: Future Medical Careers 2: Junior Achievement 3: Pep club 2, 3. Seniors Volunteer organizations benefit schools, community Each year, as a health service to the community, Christmas Seals provide each West senior with a tree chest X-ray. WALTHER, CONSTANCE-Arf Club 2, 47 French Club 27 Home Economics Club 47 Library Assisfanl' 47 Pep Club 2. WARE, RICHARD-lnframural Sporfs 27 French Club 27 Hi-Y 4. WEBER, RICHARD-Bancl 2, 47 lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 47 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 47 Cribbage Club 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Junior Achievemenl' 27 Lab Assisfanf 47 Science Club 4. WEILAND, DIANNE-AFS 2, 3, 47 Arf Club 3, 47 Chorus 47 FBLA 37 Fufure Teachers 47 Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 47 Lab Assisfanf 47 Oper- effa 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WELLS, SHIRLEY-L-Chorus 27 COE 4, News Re- porfer 47 Office Assisfanf 47 Pep Club 27 Sfuclenl' Secrefary 4. WENZ, THOMAS-Affendance Monifor 37 Infra- mural Sporfs 2, 3, 47 Hall lvlonifor 27 JCOWA 2. 37 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WHITE, DAVID-lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 47 Golf 3, 4. WHITEMAN, KARLA-AFS 3, 47 Chorus 2, 3, 47 GAA 3, 47 Office Assisfanf 3, 47 Opereffa 27 Pep Club 3, 47 Sfudenf Secrefary 37 Volleyball 3. WICK, JAMES-Inframural Sporfs 2, 3, 47 Class Play 37 Debafe 3, 47 German Club 2, Vice-Presiclenf 27 lnfer-Club Council 47 JCOWA 3, 47 Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 47 Lab Assisfanf 47 NFL 3, 4, Social Chairman 47 Polifical Science Club 4, Presidenf 47 Torch and Keysfone 4. WICKLUND, WILLIAM-Chess and Bridge Club 27 Track 2. WILCOX, CARL-Inframural Sporfs 3, 47 Junior Achievemenf 27 Lab Assisfanf 47 Mafh Club 3, 47 Radio-Elecfronics Club 3, 47 Science Club 2, 3, 47 Torch and Keysfone 4. WILLETT, JOHN-lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 47 Hall Monifor 37 Foofball 2, 3. WILLIAMITIS, RONALD-Wresfling 2, 3, 47 Orches- fra 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, ALAN-Canadian Union High School 27 lnframural Sporfs 3, 47 Wresfling 3, 4. WILLIAMS GEORGE-Canadian Union Hi h I Q School 27 lnframural Sporfs 3, 4. WILLIAMS, KAREN-Library Assisfanf 4. WILLIAMS, ROBERT-Berkley High School, Defroif, Michigan 27 lnframural Sporfs 3, 47 Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 47 lnfer-Club Council 47 Wres- fling 2, 3, 4, Co-Capfain 47 Pep Club 3, 47 Ski Club 3, 47 Varsify F Club 3, 4, Presiclenf 4. WILLIAMSON, JACKIE-COE 4, Presiclenf 47 FBLA 3, 47 Fufure Teachers 2, 37 GAA 2, 37 Pep Club 2, 37 Quill and Scroll 3, 47 Yearbook 3, 4. 2 WILLIAMSON, LESLIE-AFS 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2: Class Play 3: Field Hockey 3: French Club 2, 3: Fufure Medical Careers 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Opereffa 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Rhyfhmeffes 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. WILSON, BRADFORD WILSON, NANCY--Baslcefball 3: Fufure Medical Careers 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3. WINDSOR, KERRY-AFS 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 4, Secrefary 4: GAA 2, 3, 4, Board Member 4: Homecoming Courf 4: NFL 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Slqi Club 3, 4: Sfudenf Council 2, 3: Sfudenf Secrefa ry 4. WINKLER, SUSAN WINKS, PEGGY--Waynesville High School 2: FBLA 3, 4, Secrefary 4. WITHROW, BEVERLY WOLF, DAVID-Fairmonf Easf High School 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: lnframural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. WOOD, PATRICIA-Pep Club 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Fufure Medical Careers 3, 4. WOODS, THOMAS-Baseball 2: Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 4: German Club 2, 3: Gym As- sisfanf 3: Hall Monifor 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- denf 3, Presiclenf 4: lnfer-Club Council 4: Infra- mural Sporfs 2, 3, 4: JCOWA 3, 4: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 4: Office Assisfanf 4: Pep Club 4: Sfudenf Council 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Track 3, 4. WORTHMAN,rJAN-AFS 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: German Club 2: Gym Assisfanf 4: JCOWA 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Sfuclenf Secrefary 3: Gymnasfics 2, 3, 4. WRIGHT, PAUL-Cross-Counfry 2, 3, 4: Co-Capfain 4: Debafe 4: Fellowship of Chrisfian Afhlefes 4: French Club 2: lnframural Sporfs 2, 4: Keffering Teenage Traffic Courf 3: NFL 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsify F Club 2, 3, 4: Wresfling 2, 3, 4, Co-Capfain 4. WUNDER, MARGARET-Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: French Club 3: GAA 3, 4: JCOWA 4: Oper- effa 2, 3, 4: PBX Operafor 4: Pep Club 2. WYATT, ERNIE WYATT, JOYCE WYNN, MARSHA YATES, BARBARA-Cafeferia 2, 3. YORK, KAREN-AFS 4: Chorus 3: Class Play 3, 4: Fufure Teachers 2, 4: GAA 2: JCOWA 3: Junior Achieyemenf 2: Lafin Club 3: NFL 2, 3, 4: Oper- effa 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Polifical Science Club 4: Thespians 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4. YOUNG, RANDY-lnlramural Sporls 2.4. YOUNKMAN, DAVID-AFS 3, 4: lniramural Sporls 3, 4: Crealive Wrilers Club 4: Fellowship of Chris- 'rian Alhleles 4: French Club 2, 3: JCOWA 3, 4: Junior Achievemen+ 2: Cross-Couniry 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4, Vice-Presiclenl 4: Torch and Keysione 3, 4: Var- siiy F Club 4. ZACCARIA, DIANE-Walerlown High School, Walerrown, Conneclicur 2: FBLA 4, Sl'uclen'r Sec- refary 3. ZAREMSKI, MARJORIE-AFS 3, 4: French Club 3. 4: Fulure Teachers 3, 4, Corresponding Secreiary 4: GAA 2. 3. 4: JCOWA 3, 41 Pep Club 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4, Organizalions Eclilor 4: Baskelball 2, 3, 4. ZECHAR, MARK-lnlramural Sporis 2, 3, 4: Baskef- ball 3: Fooiball 2: Lab Assislanl 4: Radio-Elec lronics Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4: Torch and Keyslone 4. ZENNER, PATRICIA-AFS 3. 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Opere++a 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 4. ZIMMERMAN, DEBRA-Cenferville I-ligh School 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Office Assisfanl' 4: OpereHa 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Torch and Keysfone 4. ZITZKE, VERA-AFS 3. 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: German Club 2: JCOWA 4: Operefla 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. ZONARS, STELLA-AFS 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: GAA 3: OpereHa 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: 0SU's Leophus Hayden addresses FCA meeting Yearbook 4. Seniors Fellowship of Chrisfian Aihleles member Larry Cecil greels guesl speaker, Ohio Siale foolball player Leophus Hayden. einem mamma News 4 mmm Otticers: Bill Merrell, V.-Pres.g Nan Strobino, Soc. Chm. Beclcy Detriclc, Treas.: Judy Wheaton, Sec.: Jett Wise, Pres. Juniors November "Harvest Ball" highlights iunior activities Aclcerman. Spencer Aclelberqer, Terry Adkins, Vernon Alexander, Nancy Allen, Robert Allred, Brad Alsept, Alvin Anderson. Garth Anthony, Susan Aszlinq, Deborah Atteberry, Linda Awsumb, William Bailey, Ellen Bains, Martha Bair, Melodie Balonier, Gina Banks, Susan Barber, Don Barison, Judifh Barlcalow, Mary Barker, Linda Barnes, Glenda Barnes, Karen Ba+es. Dale Becker, Nicholas Beckeff, Jacqueline Becksrein, Sherry Beebe. Barbara Belfon, Roberfa Berberf, David Berman, Ronald Berry, Lynda Berframs, Deborah Besanceney, Jerry Black, Darrell Blevins. Thomas Blume, Karen Boclcoven, Brian Bohardf, Jeffrey Bonnerf, Chrislian Bowden, Richard Bowling, Michael Carol Richard Bralle, Linnea Breifenslein, Carl Brewer, Sleven Bridgman, Michael Bowman, Brannen, Brilain, Carolyn Brogee, Karen Broughfon, Bradford Brown, Karen Brown, Polly Brown, Timothy Brownell, Virginia Brubaker, William Bruce, Roberf Brusf, Susan Burnell, Barbara Burns, Samuel Burson, Jerry Busch, Deborah Bufler, Michael Bull, Barbara Bulferworlh, Wendee Byrd, Thomas Caldwell, Lorena Campbell, Diane Campbell, Kalhleen Campbell, Willine Canlrell, Peggy Carpenler, Vivian Carr, Nancy Carfer, Nancy Cavanagh, Anne Chapman, Roberi' Chrisl, Andrea Clark, John Clawson, Carol Clayton, Brian Cleary, Michael Clemm, Dean Combs, Pauline Comley, Karen Common, William Conrad, Douglas Cook, Tannis Cooney, Henry Coons, Linda Cooper, Mark Cox, Susan Craven, James Crawford, Anne Crawford, Lee Crouch, John Cruea. Frederick Cruise, Richard Cupp, Gary Cushen, Kennelh Dahlman, Pafricia Daughlery, John Davenport Charles Davis, Chrisrine Davis, Julia Davis, Michael DeBoll', Bruce Decker, Slephanie Decldens, Carl DeFrance, Chrisropher Dell, Shirley Delscamp, Denise DeMougin, Susan Derrick, Rebecca Dias, James Dieterle. John Dietz, Stephen Digregorio, Teri Dinsrnore, Mary Doebler, Timothy Dowler, Jackie Downey, Ann Doyle. Donna Draislcer, William Drayton. John Duckwald, Ronald Duerr, Cheryl Duncan, William Duniee, Timothy Dunniclc, Millard Eads, Daniel Elder, Sarah Emery, Galen Juniors West's entries excel in annual Shillito art competition Working to perfect the symmetry ol his art proiect iumor Gary Shartle adds finishing touches to his clay sculpture Juniors Esposifo, Charles Esfes, Jackie Evans, Margaref Ewry, William Falvey, Mary Feeman, Alexandra Felf, Diane Ferguson, Blake Fincher, Roberf Finke, David Fischer, Fred Fisk, Carol Flanagan, Kim Flavin, Terence Folz, Jeanne Frazier, George Frazier, Larry Freeman, Douglas Weslonicm devotes leisure time to classical urls uesrr 'il -ii'ii' if if Freier, Connie Frick, Jay Fricke, Ronald Friesel, Cheryl Friffs, Cynfhia Fry, Donald Fryman, Ella Fullenkamp, Sandra Funkhouser, Sfeven Gaddis, Tony Gaffney, William Galloway, Mark Galloway, Timofhy Ganger, Sfephen Garlifz, Vicki Geogheqan, Berfha Geske, Colleen Gochoel, Jeffrey Junior Pai Siraihearn devores he in 'The main office as operafor Jilin: PBX skili brings efficient communication r siudy period 'rime io work for fhe school swiichboard. to school Goode, Roberi Goodman, Gregory Grass, Danny Greene, Deborah Griemann, Salli Griffin, John Grimshaw, Terri Grimsley, Melna Grodrian, Alan Grove, Ruih Gulley, Karen Gunderson. David Haberer, Siephanie Haddix, Gail Hahn. Cynihia Hall, Carla Hamilion, Pefer Hammer, Wayne Hammons, Alan Hanlin, Susan Harbaugh, Janis Harclesry, Charla Harley, Lynn Harlow, Dennis Harr, Jane Haiisiaedl, Paul Hauser, Barry Hayes, Linda Heck, Claudia Heck, Vicroria Helmer, Steven Helron, Vickie Hernker, Wilfred Henderson, Sarah Hendrix, Roberr Heywood, Sally Hildebrandt Karhryn Himes, Harley Hinkley, Thomas Hippie, Gary Hoel, Daniel Hogan, Timofhy Holden, Ronald Hoover, Alice Horch, Vicioria Horn, Dianne Horn, Douglas Horrell, Dee Houseworlh, Sue Hucke, Barbara Huff, Kay Huffer, Bruce Hurchison, Sreven lmig, Mariorie lnqersol, Sreven lrelon, Michael Jackson, Dean Jackson, Gary Jackson, Randy Jackson, Roberl' Jameson, Alan Janning, Timorhy Jenkins, Marjorie Johnson, Parricia Johnson, Timofhy Jones, Jane? Jones, Juanifa Jordan, Janer Judge, Lynn Karns, Gregory Keller, Judilh Kelly, Mariha Kern, Marilyn Keizel, Diane Kincaid, James King, Douglas Kingsley, Barbara Kiser, Peggy Knobloclc, John Koerner, Thomas Kohler, Richard Kolp, Ted Korkegi, Pauleile Korosei, Vicloria Kramer, George Kramer, John Kreiger, Regina Kronour, Randall Krug, Donald Kuhn, Gary Kurfz, Diane Kurz, Richard LaBarr, James Ladd, James Lance, Karen Land, Gregory Lane, James Larger, Carol Lashley, William Lalhrop. Mark Lawson, Diana Layman. Sheila Leclclider, Todd Leggei-+, Roberi' Lewis, Gary Lewis, Karen Lewis, Sandra Lewis, William Lindamood, Cynlhia Lindquisl, Jerry Linebaugh, Theodore Lowndes, Melissa Lulher, Peler Lyons, Charles Lealcas, James Lively, James Luclcman, Allen Mack, Cliifon Macpherson, Roberf Madden. Marcia Mahr, Ted Malone, James Maloon, Slephen Manis. Cheryl Manning, Donald Marquardl, Linda Mariin, Mark Marlin, Rhonda Masllaaum, John Maslriana, Susan Mazalc, Sandra McCormick, Charles McEvoy, Ralph Mclnlosh, David Mclniyre, Randolyn McKay. Roy McKee, Scoff McQueen, William Juniors Enthusiasm, spirit, and pep symbolize Class of 1970 Jeff Wise and Jan Nolle pause on Their way home lo walch an alfernoon praclice session of lhe varsiiy loofball Team. 1 M s-'s H , . r J I J J J iss, m J J ' X 'aff fi ' Zh ' if McTighe, Margo Medley, Pamela Meelcs, Nancy Merrell, William Mescher, Waller Michaels, Denise Miles, Sfephen Millcereif, Deborah Miller, Gary Miller, Mary Miller, Pamela Minge, Curlis Minnich, James Mifchell, Eli Mohanco, Madeline Mohr, Jo.hn Monschke, Pafrice i Moore, James l Juniors Diafype error-analysis new to business department Moore, John Moran. Timolhy Morgan, Rebecca Morris, Roger Morfimer, Carole Mullen, Conslance Murari, David Nagle. Reid Nangle, Sharon Neff, Ralph Neiberf, Philip Nelson, Shiela Neville, John Noble, David Nolle, Janice Norris. Timofhy Norlhup, Gary O'Bryan, Linda ww 5535253232 A , mifm M M. Lynn Hildebrand? diligenily pracfices recommended exercises fo gain accuracy and To furfher develop her secrefarial skilis. 9 1 Students enrolled in West's driver education program improve their automotive skills by the systematic use ot new simulators. Juniors New simulators supplement driver education study t, Oeuvrard, Deborah i 1,' f r Ogg, Denise D Oliver, William Osterteld, Dennis Owen, Sandra Owens, Judith Y in r ee We 1 Oxendine, Herbert Pancoast, Christopher Parker, William Patrick, Brenda Patrick, Michael Patterson, Dan Patterson, Roger Payne, James Pean, Beverly Percitield, Ann Perkins, Helen Perry, Alan F - risir 224 Perry, Diana Peyfon, John Porler, Gary Pouller, Kafhy Powders, Palricia Procfor, James Proffil, Claude Purcell, James Quanfz, Vicioria Rahn, Douqlas Raney, Roberl' Rasor, Julia Rasor, Thomas Rea, Karen Reagan, Peggy Redrnon, Leslie. Reed. John Remnant David Reynolds, Janice Rice, Rosemary Richard. John Richards. Gary Richardson, Linda Ridd, John Rieger. Sleven Rilce, Warren Ringer, Deborah Rix. Chrisly Roberls, Donald Roberfs, Kennelh Roberrson, Anne Rodgers, Mark Roelclcen, Roberl Romer, Roberf Rosengarlen, Randall Royer. Roberl Ruclcman, Roberl' Ruef, Barbara Rupel, Richard Ryan, Roberf SaeHel, Wanda Salcornbui, Richard Sallee. Trudy Sanchez, Conslance Sando. Virginia Sauer, James Saunders, Pa+ricia Savage, Deborah Sayer, Consiance Schieweiz, Kenneih Schmidl, Alice Schneider, Claudia Schneider, Nancy Schrand, Michael Schroaf, Scoil' Schubeler, David Schwob. Diane Scimone, Kaihryn ScoH, Lowell Seidel, Clarence Semelsberqer, Jack Servis, Rolaerl Sewak, Sieven Sexlon, Danny Sexion, Susan Shaeifer, Douglas Shafer, Gayle Shannon, Roberi Sharpe, Roberr Sharlle. Gary Shedden, William Sherwood, Paula Sherwood, Ronald Sideroif, Linda Siler, Janice Simons, Charles Simpson, James Smiih, Beverly Smilh, Gary Smilh, Jeanni Smirh, Sieven Snell, Debra Sollenberger, Gail Sorah, Marlene Spellmeyer, Susan Springer, Terry Sfacey, Gary Siamas, James Slanley, Roloeri' Sfanze, Priscilla Siaubus, Susan Siauler, Marlc Sfeeley, Lee Sieininger, Judiih Slernberq, Barbara Sfewarf, Laurie Stewart, Viclci Stidam, James Stoler. Robert Storrs, Kathryn Strathern, Patricia Stobino, Nan Stroop, Jon Strouth, Aimee Strouth, Emily Strub, Jacque Sullivan. Maureen Swartzel. Thomas Sweeney, Patricia Sweet, Jill Swick, Constance T b rt L' d a e , in a Tamplin, Nancy Taylor, Donna Juniors Study of social conditions promotes inspiring ideas Jay Frick changes the "thought for the day" during home room period for Mr. Ben Ankney's sociology bulletin board. VVVV sour LFEOFME ' lf'5?ff:?f'nef: mam QQ f 11,011 gf iw ' ,YV s Names, in their place-like we oemtnf U smmmmwamsw zwmmywfw lmpalienlly wailing lo receive Their class picfures. iuniors galher in lhe adminislraiion lobby during 'the fourlh period. Juniors Prepayment plan boosts sale of underclclss pictures Thomas, Richard Thompson, Joseph Thoms. Rudolf Thornhill, Beverly Trimble, Douglas Trilch, David Trivelle, William Trudell, Charles True, Wayne Tungale, Loraine Turner. Debra Turner, Diane Turner, Douglas Tyler, Deborah Uplon, Nadine Urban, Philip Valiquelfe, Michael Vance. Joyce VanOver, Melvin Vanzanl, Janice Vanzanl, Jeff Viels. Polly K Viralli, David Vorhis, William Vyszenski, Candi Wall, Chrislopher Wall, Dannie Wall, Joyce Wall, Richard Wallace. Allyn Wallace, Theresa Wallher, Anne Walfher, Nicholas Wallher, Pairiclc Wallon, Douglas Ward, John Warner, Sfeven Wallcins, Margo Walson, Bradford Walson, Susan Weaver, Thomas Webb, Jerry Weber, Jeffrey Weimer, Sharon Weimer, Thomas Wellon, Joan Whealon, Judifh Whila ker, Timolhy While, Michael While, Paula Whiiehead, Slephen Whiiing, David Wick, Deborah Williams, Calhy Williams, Cynlhia Williams, David Williams, Viclci Williamson, Suzanne Willis, Bruce Wise, Jeffrey Wood, Dianne Wooley, Lawrence Wrighl, Tracy Wysong, Douglas Yancey, Glenn Young, Henry Young, John Youngman. Vicforia Zappe, Sue Zechar, Deborah Zimmerman, Neal Zubriclc, George . QW - K N The if is X 6 'M Officers: Kris Suro, Sec.: Paula Cushner, Soc. Chm.: Jeff Sfump, V.-Pres.: Debra Rosenberger, Trees.: Bill Sando. Pres. Soghomores Class officers plan for annual sophomore dance Abbey, Lynn Acelo, Joseph Adams, Jessie Adams, Richard Adlcins. George Alqeo, Sue Alich, Michael Allman, Diane Allred, Rickey Alsepl, Denise Anderson, Kalherine Anclrews, Jill Andrews, Roberla Anlcney, Daniel Anlhony, Paul Archibald, Janelle Arqires, Chris Arque, Annelle Arne-H, Mike Arvold, Ellen Afherfon, Jerry Aynes, Sfeven Baker, Penelope Ballard, Connie Balfhrop, Brian Barker, Thressa Barney, William Baffy, Alice Baynes, Daniel Beaffy, Thomas Begley, Pafricia Benson. Michael Berner. Joseph Bernhardf, James Berframs, Suzanne Besf, Deborah Biagi, Barbara Bieranowski, Pafricia Bierlein, Debbie Binder, Vicforia Binning, John Biondie, Jeannine Bishop, Pafricia Bishop, Regina Blake, Sfeven Bockhold, Rifa Bode, Susan Bohardf, Michael Borchers, Jeanneffe Borman, Cynfhia Boudouris, Ted Boulfer, Glen Bowling, Jeffrey Bradford, Lisa Bradford, Mark Bradford, Sfuarf Brahm, Sfeven Brandenburg. Jennifer Brelsford. Deborah Bridges, Dena Briffon, Kenf Brodrick, Pauline Brooker, James Brower, Cynfhia Brown, Carolyn Brown, Karen Brown, Marfha Brown, Russell Brown, Sfeven Brubaker, Mary Bruce. Barbara Bruneff, Krisfine Bryanf, Jeffery Bucher, William Burris, Johnny Burson, Theodore Busch, Douglas Callahan, Sfephen Campbell, Wanda Carlin, Valerie Carpenfer, Rebecca Carper, Jill Carr, Cherie Carroll, William Cafon, Denise Chambers, Curfis Chaney, Angela Channell, Paula Chapman, Rodney Charles, Larry Clarlc, Laurel Clark, Paula Clarlc, Ronald Coffey, Douglas Collins, Barbara Comer, Thomas Cook, Pafricia Cooper, Sharon Corfes, Elvia Coy, Connie Crawford. Pamela Croley, Roy Cross, Kennefh Cross. Vickie Curry, Terry Curfis, Pxnifa Curfis, Danny Cushen, Roberf Cushner, Paula Daganhardf, Holly Daly, Sally Danis, Donna Darling, Judifh Daugherfy. Cassie Davis. William Deddens, William DeNaples, Diane Derriclc, Sleven Diclce, Slephen Dickerson, Denise Dickey, Daniel Dielrichson, Karen Dielz, Jill ' Dieiz, Linda Dils, Kafhy Donovan, Thomas Dolson, David Duncan, Joni Dunrnyer, Michael Durbin, Richard Early, Dennis Efferlz, James Ely, Marla Emlce, Kris Emmons, Roberl Enwrighl, Palricia Esles, Anna Evans, Jerry Soghomores One hundred Wesfonicms apply for 1970 Dragon staff Kalhy Anderson poses quesiions alooul' applying for a posilion on lhe I97O Dragon sfaff lo presenf member Sheila Nelson. Jessie Norris ulilizes sewing slcills acquired llnrougluv Home economics class as slme cauliously slilclwes finishing seams. Soghomores Annual style show encourages sewing development Farris, Palricia Fauble, Mary Fellows, Margarel Ferquson, Elizabelln Filcilc, Kevin Finlc, Meredillw Finninqer, Waller Fischer, Roxanne Fisher, David Flayler, Paula Flory, Sharon Flynn, Connie Fordyce. Michael Forslholl, Nancy Forle, John Fofherqill, Debra Fox, Linda France, Danny 'T , Fred, Philip Freihofer, William Fuqeff, Sherry Gaines, Penny Gardner, Carole Garlifz, Carla Gary, Richard Gaviff, Scoff George, Janef Gilberf, Mary Gilberf, Reba Gilfon, Paula Ginfer, Doris Girfon, Roberl' Glass, Dana Goode, Deborah Goodnough, Joel Goffschall, Lee Gow, George Grabeman, David Grady, Jon Grass, Donald Graves, Larry Gray, William Graybill, Pefer Gridley, Suzanne Griffin, Sfephen Griffin, Theodore Grisso, Janel' Groner, Pafricia Grove, Roger Grover, Linda Gruber, Jeanne Guise, Pamela Haaclce, Debra Haines, Deborah l-lall, Cynfhia l-larnbriclc, Craig l-lammel, Mark Hammer, Karen Hammond, William l-larnmons,.Reginia Hanauer. Terry Hanner, Robin l-lansen, Gary l-lardesfy, Jan Harris, Susan l-larrold, Karen -J, ,- , f , Q99 'Qv-if rw , Harruff, Lynn l-larl, Charles Hari, John Hari. Roberi' Hass, Marion Haslinqs, Pamela Halcher, Roberf l-lafhaway, Bruce Halhaway, James Haflon, Richard Haffslaedf, Diane Hawkins, Terry Head, Sfeven Heflner, Daniel Heisler, Marla Heilmann, Cecelia Hendrix, Phyllis Hensley, David Herberf, Ricky Hesier, Randy Hibbs, George Hildrelh, David Hillan, Paula Hinchman, Hannah Hinders, Michele Hinds, Nelson Hifzeman, James Holland, Beverly Hollander, Sfuarf Hollins, John Holloway, Charlolfe Horner, Marion Hopkins, Barbara Hovey, Susan Howerfon. David Huffman, Jean Hunl, Karen Hulchinson, Alan lrelan, Timolhy Ireland, Kaye Jackson, Dixie Jackson, Pafricia Jacobs, Clarence Jakes, Andrea James, Jacqueline Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Mark Johnson, Paula December ring delivery 'finds Jostens representative amidst a crowd of sophomores waiting to receive their class rings Soghomores Students appreciate Josten s early class ring delivery Jones. Gregory Jones, Viclcie Kamp, Geottrey Karns, Cynthia Kerr, Betty Keyton, Raymond Kilbane, Kevin Kimble. Steven Kimbler, Karen King, Mark Kingsley. Chester Kirchmer, Brian Kirlclancl, Earl Klase, Melinda Kneicll, Jean Koller, Robert Konicki, Norma Kosta, George Krapt, Leslie Krebs, Donald Kreitzer, Keith Krieger, Diane Kuhn, Nancy Lambright, Caroly Fl 238 liz X Band and symphonic Orehesffa member Fred Lawson perfecis his many musical numbers for Wesf's annual winfer concer+. Landrum. Beverly Lanqenlsamp, Joseph Large. Steven Lawson, Fred Lawson, Laurie Leatherman, Larry Leclclider, Mark Leen, Steven Leggett. Kenneth Lehman. Robert Lehman. William Lessis, Thomas Lewis, Karen Licata, Michael Lilley. Michael Linklater, Jaclc Livingston, David Loclclear. Beverly Soghomores Students Lovelace. Sa nclra Lust. Gregory Lutz, Gary Lybroolc, Priscilla Mac Ann Yu Madliger, Richard Manney, Lincla Manila, Cynthia Marras, William Martin, Carol Massa. Michael Massie, Jill Massulo, Robert Matheny, Michael Malta, Diane Matta, Michael Maxwell, Nancy May, Robert devote many hours in concert preparation elif N T ,nfl McConlcney, June McCormick, Sheila McCoy, Richard McCre-ight David McDaniel, Terry McDermoH', Maureen Mclloloerls, Philip Melson, Thomas Melson, Tommie Merlcer, Roberl' Merrill, Chrislina Merrill, 'Roberf Melzqer, Gwendolyn Miclclos, James Middlelon, Dena Miller, Barbara Miller, Carol Miller. Davicl Sophomores Eleven groups contribute to success of hooiencmny Jug band members Ellen Arvold, John Rolh, Dan Woods, and Holly Daganhardf perform for annual JCOWA l-loolenanny. Miller, Deborah Miller, Joseph Miller Lynn Miller Mark Miller, William Mills, Sfephen Minnich, Susan Miffag, Calherlne Moehring, Lynne Moninger, Joyce Monlqomery, Charles Monfgomery, Nina Moon, Roberl' Mooney. Colleen Moore, Diane Moore, Lauren Moore, Pamela Morgan, Theda Muelhsfein, Krisfa Murphy, Thomas Murray, Kaihleen Myers, Douglas Naso, Cheryl Neel, Jeffrey Nelson, Rick Nelson, Thomas Newnam, Jeanne Nishimura, Jane Nordquesl, David Norris, Daniel Norris, Jessica Nugent Gary Nyifray, Dennis O'Banion, Robin Oerke, Nancy Offensend, David Ogle, Leslie Owsley, Roger Paddock, Penny Pallaise, Pamela Palmer, Chrisiopher Palmer, Dennis Palmer, Donna Parker, Linda Parks, Lee Parrorr, Deborah Pence, Jennifer Perry, Glenn Pflaum, Paul Pflum, Terry Picciano, Timofhy Plummer, Abigail Plummer, Judifh Poefhig, Richard Pohle, Sfephen Porfer, David Posfon, Gregory Powell, Paula Powers, Linda Powers, Rebecca Presfon, Kafhleen Preuss, Roberf Price, James Price, Pamela Prince, Jerri Profiff, Janef Pryor, Henry Puls, Pamela Purdy, Vanessa Raby, Karla Raifa, Valerie Ramsey, David Rasor, Thomas Ray, Beverly Ray, Michael Rayburq, William Reed, John Reeder, Theresa Reger, Jeffrey Reinerf, Janene Remboid, Paul Remnanf, Dianne Rice, David Richardson, Barney Riley, Deborah Riley, John Riley, Nancy Riner, Edward Rifchie, Jennifer Riffer, Carl Robbins, Dale Roberfs, Fonda Robinson, Ronald Robinson, Sharon Rodgers, Dana Rose, Nancy Rosenberger, Debra Rolh. Karen Rolh, John Rolhaar, Robin Rowland, Fonda Rubin, Jewell l l Rueckel, Beverly Ruff, Debra Ryan. William Salls, Thomas Sando, William Sarlin, Sleven Sassen, Earl Saunders, Sleven Sawyer. Mark Schaefer, Sarah Schaeublin, Bruce Schaffer. Mark Sophomores Individual woodworking proiects inspire participation Rod Chapman lakes advanlage of Wesfs exlensive wood- shop laciliiies as he prepares lo compleie his lalesl proiecl. K gn f f ,if , Sophomore members of fhe girls chorus derive safisfacfion from fhe performance of many kinds of musical numbers. Soghomores Members of girls chorus perform of winter concert Scharrer, Richard Schlemmer, James Schlenldalcer, Krisfine Schmidt Chrisfy Schmidt Susan Schneider, William Schoen, Debra Schonsheclc, Sfephanie Schubert Deborah Seloasfian, Paf Seller, Gregory Senfell, John Sessler, Curfis Seyler, Jeffrey Sherer. Geoffrey Shock, Bruce Short William Simmerman, Richard Sizemore, Larry Smifh Smifh, Alan Smifh, Cafherine Smifh, Franlc Smifh Gary Leslie Smilh Linda Smilh, Michael Smifh, Sharon Smilh, Shelia Smilh Virginia Snyder, Leslie Snyder, Timolhy Sobofllce, Rulh Sowder, James Sparks, Alicia Sparks, Rex Spears, Dennis Spencer, Eva Slanley, Charles Slanley, David Slanze, Marlha Slauler, James Sleininger, Jane Slemple, Charles Slernberg, Terri Sfevens, Kevin Sfewarf, Merle ST. Felix, Carey Sfichweh, Nancy Sliver, Bruce Slolzenberger, Adam Slorclc, Sleven Sfrasser, Barbara Siump, Jeffrey Sumner, Beverly Sumner, Pafricia Suro, Krisfy Swalab, Carolyn Swank, Suzelle Swelerman, Susan Tale, Sue Taylor, Anne Taylor, Kalherine Telcher, Roberl' Tesmer, William Thaclcer, Roberl Thompson, Ronald Thompson, Shirley Thorlon, Michelle Tormey, Michael Trace, Sharon Trauger, Crislie Treon, Julia Triclcler, Cheryl Trillon, Roberl' Trimborn, Barbara Trippell, Lillian Turner, Jamie Turner, Judilh Twigg, Rhonda Ullmer, Kalhleen Vendl, Carol VonDohre. Arlhur Wagner, Wallace, Wallher Wallheri Waflcins Walson, Watson, Walson, Gail Steven Daniel Linda Marvin Heafher Kipling Susan Walls, Pamela Wayman, Joseph Weaver, Dennis Weeks, William Weesner, Linda Wehner, Ann Weiiiholf, James Weller, Theresa Wells, Roberi Wesl, Bradley Whifalcer, Gail While, Beverly While, David Whileman, Jan Whilecell, Joyce Whillorcl, Douglas Whilford, Roberl While, Thomas Wilcock, John Willefl, Leslie Williamilis. Anlhony Williams, David Williams. Laura Williamson, Robyn Willig, John Willis, Sheryl Wilshaw, Sleven Wilson. Terry Winemiller, Cheryl Wing, Jan Winlcleman, Betty Winters, Shelley Witlman, Stephen Wollenhaupt, Roslyn Wolslci, William Woodall, Dawn' Woods, Daniel Woolf, Janey Worley, Chris Worman, Sarah Wray, Jeffrey Wyatt, Donna Wyatt, Judy York. Patti Young. Gary Young, Valerie Ziehler, Christopher Zimmerman, William Sophomores Health course develops skill in first aid techniques Applying first aid techniques learned in health class. Penny Paddock shows Deana Bridges how to bandage a sprain. fl N Coordinaiing her wardrobe wiih Hoe prospecfs fall, senior Yolanda Fulfon finds 'the slack of campus fashions a+ Miami Universify new selecfion from Hwe Viliage Peddler ideai. M . S iz 2 R 5 s i v 3 , Q i . E 5 Following Wesl's iooiball viciory over ihe rival Lewis and Greg Kling relish deluxe cheese and Springfield Norih Panihers, Dragon fans Karen pepperoni pizza from ihe Cassano's Pizza King. Through +he dimensions of S'ruclen+ purchasing power +he Communiiy inves'rs in 'rhe Greai venlure of iournalism, Providing +he 'Financial Foundafion for +he Dragon. Business, pareni, and Professional pairons Reciprocaie 1'heir invesfmenfs In +he buyers of +omorrow. S8700 in aclverlising, S874 in parem' pairons Meril' 'rhe suppor+ Of an awarcl-winning book- Herifage of Business. Aiier browsing ihrough Sfenger Ford's wide seleclion of new I969 models, senior Phil Davis proudly receives fhe lreys of lhe new Musiang Mach 2 for an exciiing 'resi drive. LElBOLD'S TEM TEE INN Calering for 25 'ro 2000 Piclc up any number Weddings, Buffels, Luncheons, Picnics, efc. 2537 Wilminglon Pilce 299-3092 Can you imagine a more "lempling" feasl Than lhe lanlalizing smorgasbord provided al' Tem Tee Inn? CANDLES UM CANDLES Eleganle Candles 'For Every Purpose CANDLE HOLDERS-Cuslom Fi'Hed CANDLE MAKING SUPPLIES-Complele Line CANDLE LAMPS AND OBJECTS OF ART 504 E. Slroop Rd. 299-3905 Belsy Ashmun finds The "new" Candles Eleganle a delighllul place lo shop lor Thai very special gill. Optical Fashion Center One of Ohio's Mosl Complele Frame Seleclions 0 Prescriplions Filled 0 Conlacl' Lenses 0 Emergency Repairs 0 Eye Examinalions Easlown Branch 39l9 Linden 256-84ll Kellering Branch 30l8 Woodman 299-24l3 Salem Avenue Branch 4l89 Salem 278-0l8l Weslown Branch 4237 W. 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DON MEN DEN HALL, INCORPORATED Floor Covering ls Our Business 2655 Soufh Dixie Drive 298-7437 Leslie Williamson and Phyllis Jackson find fha? Mendenl1all's has rhe besl' assorimenr of carpei. W W ymf 97 HM-r ' TOWN 81 COU NTRY FLORIST SERVING Dayfon-Oakwood Ke'H'ering-Cen'reryille 4I00 W. Town 84 Couniry Rd. 293-396l For special-occasion corsages, Judy Keller and Nolan raie Town 8: Counfry Floris? lirs+ on flue fl Underclass Pictures by DELMAR STUDIOS en we P++yZ 'DL R. L. Ullmer 81 Son Memorial Chapel "Ke+lerinq's Firsl Funeral l-lome" Business: 299-499I Residence: 299-9072 vlc cAssANo and Mom DoNlsl X115 '11 7 Y 5. Y KING ' PIZZA KINGS 402I Far Hills Avenue 299-3568 2308 E. Doro'I'l1y Lane 298-7291 22lO S. PaH'erson Blvd. 298-I48l l680 E. S'l'roop Rd. 298-8695 LZ1i.Z.i?ii.1 Sl il iO2ESO2..Ll'1i-:WPI EM 13 l the pros in the parts business u I DOWNTOWN: 401 S. 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Highly-skilled creative people, experts in copy, art, media, production, and the many functions of advertising, marketing, and public relations in moving goods and selling services. Whether or not you ever visit us behind the Red Door, we call on you each day through our clients' advertising in newspapers, magazines, radio, television, direct mail, yellow pages, and sales literature. Kiroher, Helton Sz, Collett, Inc. ADVERTISING - MARKETING ' PUBLIC RELATIONS 2600 Far Hills Avenue ' Dayton, Ohio 45419 ' 293-3191 Carew Tower ' Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 ' 421-5310 88 E. Broad Building ' Columbus, Ohio 43215 ' 224-5241 Member of American Association of Advertising Agencies IHRCTHHI, IELTUNL COLLEYTM -i- n ,1.... l. - , ..i.. -1 -l., l- - LE Tw : SE - Things have been going very well indeed for chapter one, the Renault 10. Last year our sales jumped 59.2W. So the stage is set for the newest member of the family: The Renault 16 Sedan-Wagon. The Sedan-Wagon. Be- sides being a new chapter for us, the Sedan-Wagon represents a new chapter in the industry. Until now, even if you only needed a station wag- on occasionally, you had to drive one around all the time. With the Renault 16, you drive around a sedan. And when you need a sta- tion wagon, it turns into a station wagon. The front-wheel drive. Quite logical. The engine up front to get maximum hauling area in the rear. The drive wheels also up front to get maximum trac- tion from the engine's weight. The engine. Pressure cast aluminum block. 5 main SEDAN Q STATION WAGON I ' a g: l STATIO WAGO bearings. And a sealed li- quid cooling system that virtually eliminates the bother of having to add anti-freeze. It can milk 28 miles out of a gallon of gas, and still manages a top speed of 93 mph. It is so well put together that you could roll up 30,000 continuous miles at 85, as we did, back and forth and back and forth between Rome and Milan. The seats. They're every bit as comfortable as those in the Renault 10. And the seats in the Renault 10 have been stacked up against the seats in the Rolls-Royce. The road manners. The suspension is soft, without being mushy. Each wheel moves up and down inde- pendently, controlled by long torsion bars. The price. The Sedan- Wagon sells for 352,395 P.O.E. Dayton. The price of most sedan-sedans. HENlllllT Americas Largest Renault Dealer , RENAULT OF DAYTON Renault Prices Start at 660 N. Main St. and Salem Mall SI775 P.O.E. Dayton 224-1313 THE CHEESEMAN Foods Prepared in Our Own Kilchen for Parlies Tues.-Sal. 9-b Sun.-Mon. by Appl. 3083 Far Hills Avenue 299-8I20 "We Specialize in l-lam Delicaciesu Lew' 'rhe Cheesernan help you wilh your parly or Food arranqemenls suggesls senior Nancy Smilh. B etter H ome A ppliances 6I5 S. PaH'erson Blvd. 223-9I02 As Bob Royer direcfs ihe singing, his lalher and Connie Clifford agree music provides family lun. ' ' Lasagna 0 Parmigiana Vlto S SpagheHi 0 Ravioli - Sea Foods o Ch'clcen Venice Inn Prime Ribs' Char-Broiled Sfealcs and Chops 200I E. Doro+hy Lane FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 298-8633 O Sunlrqn Bar y I Coclrfail Lounge 4 : ' 0 American Express l r' 0 Diners Club ' 0 Carle Blanche .hx Closed Mondays 5 c 'TT B A.: Y ,... '-2: Fi' . H5 gif! f' Ql"11i??l,y6 n-me'-5g5'. - fr - W. Eff f,-f,,f,r1f---J, , gig, . ,I Gacceflas serve The besl' in llalian-American 'food in lheir recenlly-redecoraled ViTo's Venice Inn. For Your Decorating Needs . ' ' ' 2 5 .:' C -A E eijaffofi agar X SHADE sua 'Lr-:EL 'Nc. 45 W. Whipp Road 0 Dayfon, Ohio 45459 Draperies-Slipcovers Window Shades-Ver+icaI and Venefian Blinds Drapery Rods-Wallpaper-Pain+s Phone 434-I28I 1 I El i s Melissa Brown marvels af The vasi array of hardware E and window lfixlures provided al Meclcsirollm Reqer. 4 W Arrr f-f N V ' 'H ""' WWI A I WEILER WELDING 47 Years Servi Welders EA Indusjlyqi MCE ,920 oil We Are Equipped 'Io Handle Any Welding Problem METAL SPRAYING 33 I, FLAME HARDENING-SAND BLAST CLEANING FABRICATION OF JIGS AND FIXTURES CERTIFIED PRESSURE WELDING 324 Easl' Second S+ree+ 222-83I2 ' , Y I raar I CARPET WAREHOUSE A WORLD OE CARPET AT DOWN TO EARTI-I PRICES 3045 Wilmingfon Pilce, Ke++ering One Block Soufh of Doroihy Lane 293-8378 Allyn Wallace and Bob Chapman appear surrounded by compleie wall-Io-wall seleciion al Carpel Warehouse. N..-I---.M 44 ij!"-'J ' 4' IASKIII-IOIIIIS lfyn . . O O 'fQ.IKC45IF.IF.55-WI! KENNETH WHIPP Town 81 Counfry Shopping CenI'er IOI8 E. Dorofhy Lane Keffering, Ohio 293-O53I Pefer IvIarIin, Mike Nolan, Bob Whipp serve Iernpiing fudge sundaes 'ro Linda CanIreII, Claudia Church af 3I's "new" Ice cream siore on Easr Dorofhy Lane. CU LP'S FAR HILLS CAFETERIA 3I47 Far Hills Avenue Dayion, Ohio 45429 298-9549 Cindy I-IaII appreciafes Ihe fine food and service IhaI's received by everyone af CuIp's cafereria. J 81 L RADIO 81 TV Aniennas and Phonogra ph Repair SYLVANIA SILVER SCREEN PICTURE TUBE Town 8: Couniry Shopping Cenier 298-7359 Barbara Dubbs knows J 81 L Radio 81 TV offers saIes and service For any of your audio-visual probIerns. TOOT YOUR OWN HORN H"s easy wi'I'l'i a Conn, Marlin, Selmar, Mollon, Leedy or Slingerland horn 'from HAUER MUSIC STORE Dayl'on's Complele Band lns'lrumen+ Cenler 3l40 Far Hills Avenue 298-732l 34 E. Firsl' S+ree'l' 228-28l5 442l Salem Avenue 278-7308 Jan Nolle Thinks Slella Zonars should have lols of lun playing lhe many guilars al Hauer's Music. THE VILLAGE 5529 Far Hills Ave. 434-345I Village Peddler's new localion provides larger selecfion agree Carla Hall and Viclci Crumrine. 4' ,i v Q ,, 1 f' ri i f V Dinners, Sandwiches, Snacks CARRY-OUT SERVICE Il A.M.-IO P.M. Excepl' Monday 4I20 Far Hills Avenue 299-5536 Muffy Tallberg, Bona Schellhase 'think all girls should suggesl The lnn for lhose special dinners. MOLER'S BELMONT DAIRY Counfry Fresh Dairy Producfs 3230 Smifhville Rd. 253-4I67 Lois Snyder feels like a modern Paul Bunyan as she sfands af foof of lvloler cow on Smifhville Rd. STATE FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN 260I Far Hills Ave. 298-0I25 College educafion savings find Dan lvlcllnighf, Bob Evers making weekly deposifs af Sfafe Fidelify. KETTERI NG-OAKWOOD TIMES Hills and Dales Shopping Cenier I544 Wesl' Dorofhy Lane 293-3I4I Prinfing a weekly newspaper +o serve a communify of 70.000 readers requires a modern efficienf office arrangement While visiiinq in' Mr. Don Wrighfs office, Diane Carpenfer. Judy Cecil read early edifion of paper. WITTMAN and SMITH Real Estate 270l Wilmington Road 293-6996 THE C. N. STEMPER CO. Institutional Food Service 853 E. First St. Dayton, Ohio 45402 PHONE 223-5265 l ' I SCHLIENTZ AND MOORE "One ot Ol1io's Most Beautitul Funeral Homes" I632 Wayne Avenue Call 253-I44I CAPRI BOWLING LANES "Bowling al Irs Fineslu 2727 Sou+l'1 Dixie Highway 298-74l I Polly Brown records inlramural bowling score as B b B b p p T fy lk coplein ar ara ee e re ares F 5 S fl 6. ,W Four Friendly Pharmacisls Provide Reliable Prescrip+ion Service DOOLEY S PHARMACIES I224 E. S'rroop Rd. oori 298-M ree S . 3706 wilmingm Pike oe r an ""Z , p 298-7329 reilrr S' err,o fl nn o N -I ,. rifrf JOHN RODERER SHOES MMM """"'S wwf' 23II Far Hills Avenue Town 8: Counlry Shopping Cen+er 298- I 80 I Employed ar Zipl Laboraiories COE slud Ersfed and Tonya Grlsso slnop al nearby Roderer's. The I969 Dragon S'I'af'F Phofographed by Logan Studio Your Yeorbook Phorogroohers FAIRMONT WEST RHYTHMETTE CORPS 1968-1969 SERVING AMERICNS FINEST STUDENTS 60 Years A LIFETIME or mwsm MEMMHE GLASS RING I Commemorafe your school days wifh a iewelry masferpiece . . . a JOSTEN class ring. . . . fashioned in flawless exclusive SINCE I897 SUNSHINE IOK gold . . . copyrighiecl original JOSTEN designs . . . slucleni-sfyling af ifs qualify iinesll 2850 Fernsicle Courf 890-084I Mr. Dove Herring prepares 'lo 'ralce Ihe orders of excifed sophomores as Ihey choose Iheir rings. ,sr i if I telayew FORD A ACRES OF CARS b MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN 298 7521 DIIYTUNS NIIIH TRIIDER STENGERS FORD 2901 s. DIXIE NIGHT SERVICE NIGHT SERVICE Phil Davis finds a Muslang 428 Cobra Jef exadly whai he would like 'ro order for his qracluarion. SOUTH DAYTON HOME FURNISHINGS 3578 Ke'Hering Blvd. Soufhbound 25 BeI'ween DORTHY LANE and STROOP Priscilla Bosnak finds 'rhe qualify exceplionally high .and very reasonably priced af Soulh DayIon.N .,,rr.,,. , ai tfevfesszsasz-fzsezzsem wm.afm..fs :ff:Q:1f11--lm-i-ff: DAYTON SHOWCASE 2226 Berlwynn Dr. 294-032 I Mr. John Purdy and daughfer Van 'lake pride in Ihe compleiion of 'rheir new Daylon Showcase building. DUNHlLL'S INC. "SIores for Men" 4+h and Ludlow Day+on, Ohio 46I-3890 Hills and Dales KeHering, Ohio 293-6122 Frank Trippelf and Jeff Wise bolh agree DunhiII's has excellenf variefy and slyle in men's clolhing. Charles Davis Florists, Inc. Serving KeH'ering and Enlire Day'I'on Area o Flowers 0 Planls o Candy 0 Fruils 0 Ceramic DePaf'lmenl' 0 Numerous Ofher H'ems 30I7 Wilmingfon Pike 293-6895 Charles Davis has floral arrangemenls for any ccasion, agree Chris Davis and Frank Trippeli. W. T. GRANT COMPANY 528 E. Slroop Rd. Ke'H'ering Plaza 298- I 40 I I044 PaH'erson Rd. BreiI'ens+ra'I'er Square 253-l I87 For Ihe besf seleclion of sundry ilems, a visil Io IW. T. Granl Company would be a wise choice. HAYDEN-NORTON, INC. Your Aulhorized Volkswagen Dealer 3535 Soulh Dixie Drive Day'I'on, Ohio Phone 298-958I SALES PARTS SERVICE USED CARS Kalhy McDaniel and Jackie Williamson find a new l96'? Volkswagen from Hayden-Norlon 'the besl' buy. THOMA CONTACT LENS Exclusive ConI'ac'I Lens Technicians 7I4 Reibold Building Day+on 2, Ohio 222-7879 J. WILLIAM CONROY e beffer and Iook qreaf IoIIow Ihe e Wesfonians and siari' wearing Thoma All Forms of Insurance Ilrqq - I I'M?g.-:U FRANK KRUNAUGE HISURANCE AGENCY INC. COMPLETE qhomas 9. Ufnonauge ,INSURANCE iii I can 2934674 .,..:. '--f Qi ..., '.,,, , ,-,:,.' Q ,'IA.I. T :,, , 1b:.E 5553 Zzzz jg ZQA I 395I Far HiIIs Avenue-aI' S'rroop Room 23 Sou'I'hmoor Building Since I923 BRAINARD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 4235 WiImingI'on Pike Phone 298-OI73 Mark Brainerd Ilsiens as his fafner explal 'rg I Ih' C I 'II h ' VGVI 6 SS O SH' new SFI GFVI 9 OUSIFI To se x wk SERVICE ON SALEM Iuq I pAR15 ..,. r rrrr f "ve 'mils XXx X y 11 ',E,1X,.,.., le.-il", mm 161 Salem Av. I6 YEARS? ssuvncs I Generalion gap" goes when parenis g e a uc or qradualion agree Bill OH'o and Debbe S AN KN EY-CARDINAL FOOD SERVICE "Serving Ihe leading incluslries in Ihe Grealer Daylon area for l'wenI'y-Iwo years I5 I 6 Nicholas Road 268.6616 WALTER M 0 INC. Painfing and Decorahng Exferiors and In+eriors IndusI'riaI 0 Commercial 0 Resldenhal Parking Loi' Sfriping ,-X PAINTING A I is B+ ,A 37 Years Conrinuous Service ,U Free Es? mai' s 973 S. Perry 46l 5466 Day'ron's Newesl Lincoln-Mercury Dealer MERCURY I 29I9 Soufh Dixie 294-I42I Open Monday 'through Friday 9 +iI 9 Salurday 9 +il 5 "Where Service Will Malce The Difference" COUGARS LINCOLN-CONTINENTALS MERCURYS "Try lhe free-wheeling ride of a converlible from AI Bornsf' says Sally Greimann and Pafly Zenner. Atlas Die Casting Company 362 N. Kelly S+. Germanfown, Ohio 45327 222-8906 I 'I awww, R dresses sportswear gifts knit suits 2501 FAR HILLS AVENUE OAKWOOD - l-lilllop l-louse oliers fashionable clolhes and gills agree Weshs Madeline Mohanco and Missy Lowndes, KETTERING YMCA 4545 Marshall Rd. 434- l 964 wr an ici e in ie uar in a Kellerinq YMCA relaxing aller a long day al' school. SSE: KETTERING CAR WASH Our new and modern equipmenl assures you of ul'l'ima+e pro+ec+ion and qualify cleanliness 'For your car 'Finish 4090 Marshall Rd. a+ Sfroop 298-704l Wan? lo keep your car "shining"? Drive down To e convenienl lacililies al' lhe Kellerinq Car Wash. MIKE LOGSDON and Associates REAL ESTATE BROKERS Mike. Class of '68, makes lhe second Mike Logsdon 1 sland ready 'ro assisl wilh new real esfale ideas. I20I Hempslead Rd. KeHering, Ohio 299-2252 66l5 Col. Glen Hgwy Day+on, Ohio 426-652 I ELIABILITY ODGERS ONTIAC For ' New Cars 0 Used Cars ' Service and Paris "Why Be Sarisiied Wi+h Less Than a Poniiac From Rodgers Ponriacf' Sales and Service 87l S. Main Sfreei' 46l-5030 Order by Phone and Take Them Home x Q30 D , 'I In 0 . Q J' 'VL151ii I 'fi-51,11 1. me? 6' Qncw QPR' 6060 Far Hills Drive Dayion, Ohio 434-242 I For a qrear graduaiion giff Mark Rodgers and iarher suggesir a I969 GTO from Rodgers Poi For fast relief ' L from the hot, sticky disress of summer... the chill and discomfort of winter... 'R ...do what so many Daytonians do. Take a Chrysler Airtemb air conditioning and heating system. Our business is your comfort. And as one of our cities largest manufacturers, vve'd like to welcome you to Dayton. Your Air- temb dealer vvill be glad to give you a free survey of your cooling and heating needs. There's no obligation, of course. So givehim a call. l-le'll prescribe a system that's ideal for your new home. EF! wsu-rf rwsnliffffm' Q '-fiirtemp Q CHRYSLER coRPonA'ruoN HIPPLE IRELAN 81 KINZER INCORPORATED l20I HEMPSTEAD ROAD KETTERING, OHIO 45429 PHONE 434-4700 SENIOR-KIM IRELAN SYCAMORE WOODS BLDG. JUNIOR-GARY HIPPLE EAST UNIT BOOKSTORE SPORTS PROGRAM PHOTOGRAPHY PURCHASER-TIM IRELAN BASKETBALL PLAYER-PETE LUTHER ' ZENITH - ADMIRAL ' FEDDERS ' CARRIER 'NORELCO I -MAYTAG 'WHIRLPOOL - IM- IOLYMPIC POOLSI 'l2'l7wllMlNG1'oN 299-35971: wk 11299-245.5 WOO DMAN LAN ES Ke'Hering's Finesi' 48 AMF Lanes Pro Shop Coffee Shop Nursery Beverages Ample Parking 3200 Woodman Drive 293-3 I 79 Inframural fans Joy Hildefh and Debbie M smiIe as Ihey recheck fhe scores aI Woodma I'1 All y H1 D g g pl + y f cl l l d f H cl J lm 'S, P + FI g d BII OH' d CI lc Slwell Sf l l' 'rh b l 'r cl ARNOLD LOHMANN Painfing and Decoraiing 500 Schuyler Drive 293-2920 Bbl'll'fdAldLl1 pd llnl' l llpl d lg d S. HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT 4022 Far Hills Avenue 293-5774 'ro CLARK'S SHELL 3000 Far Hills Avenue 298-4030 ,, 1 nf f E ..,, . A, 2 , Y, Z W 5 its 55 lg? U Q E ,WW 5 4125, Q 5 My class oi l969 The Class of i969 provides three years of leadership at Fairmont West Sophomore orientation three years ago t d th q tor first time at ins W HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Compare Estimated Figures First l4l Yea rs, Earnings First Year Atter Completing Course Future Potential 'l' Part Time Technical Schooling Required. 'l' Toolmalcing, Tool Designing Apprenticeship Earn 520,000 S l 0,000-S l 3,000 Unlimited WHY NOT INVESTIGATE? College Cost S l 0,000 57,000-S l 0,000 Unlimited THE INTERNATIONAL TOOL COMPANY, Designers and Manutacturers Dies, Fixtures, Special Machines, Gages, Precision Machine Parts, Experimental Parts 500 N. Smithville Road, P.O. Box 3l28, Overloolr Station, Dayton, Ohio 253-5 IO7 ewffrqb 00,10 Q59 64: H 8: H 0 Inclus+ries 'Y 504' owe ' Dies ' Jigs f FixI'ures Precision Horizonial Boring ancl Milling Jig Boring Service Special Machines H 81 H Machine Tool Company, Inc. 280i Wilmingion Pike 298-7575 Senior Jerry Shepard enioys learning alooui ihe infricacies of fool making indusiry af H 81 H. Q ' i if T 1 '2 0 E X 5-I ui. any 1 E a I TOWN 84 COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER, Keilering, Ohio -KEY-- I. Howard Johnson Resfauranf 2. J. C. Penney Depf. Siore 3. Wickes Home Supply Cenfer 4. House of Fabrics 5. Joseph Thal Co. 6. Mendenhall Cleaners 7. Jemima Russell Gif+ 8: Card 8. Jemima .Russell Giff Zi Card 9. MaIone's Camera Sfore IO. T 8: C Appliance Shop lMc II. Kayser Shoe S+ore I2. Miller's Sporiing Goods I3. Gray's Drug Sfore I4. Meiropoliian Depi. S+ore I5, S. S. Kresge Company I6. Schi'ff's Shoe S+ore I7. Richman Bros. Clofhing I8. Roderer Shoe Sfore I9. Kroger Super Marlef Coyl Sei'I'1 Hardware Siore 5-7-9 Dress Shop Baynam's Shoe Sfore Ci+izen's Federal Savings THC Furnifure Sfore Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Griesmayer's Jewelers La Bou+ique Hairdressers McClean's Boolcsellers Fenion-Truman Opiical Dragon Lady Lounge TEC Pizza Barber Shop Laundromai' Throclrmorfon Toy Shop Bus. Assn. 8: Mainfenance Kay's Dance Sfudio J 81 L Appliance Repair The Music Box--Records The Nui' Tree Peoppelmeyer Beau+y Shop-Debuianie TLC Supper Club T8iC Florisf Shoe Repair Mann Barber Shop Fernandez Ar+ 8: Craf? Supply Olan Mills Pho+o Sfudio U.S. Posf Office Ohio Sfafe Liquor Sfore Savino lmporfed Foods TEC Opiician Merle Norman Cosmefics Firsf Naiional Bank The Inn Resfauranf S+ancIard Oil Service Sfafion 2 When rhe Handwriring on The Wall Calls 'For Redecoraiion, Cover H' Wi'I'h Wallpaper or Painf From . . . 1 PoEPPELMElER's l PAINTS 4l08 Easr Town 84 Counfry Road KeH'ering, Ohio 45429 293-2l89 Sandy Lewis enioys browsing Jrhrough lhe selecrion of wallpaper books available al Poeppelmeiers. UW fm Kwnw L00 N 1 W f f " iflilllifi lf Investigate the variety of career- opportunities ohio Bell ava1lable at Part ofthe Nationwide Bell Systam An equal opportunity employer Mutual of Omaha Hospilal Surgical Income Pro+ec+ion The largesi' organizafion of Hs. kind in fhe world . . . over one billion dollars paid ou+ in cash benefifs When fraveling by car. boar, or plane, Mr. Herschel Larnrne sugqesls coverage by Murual of Omaha. Dominic's Restaurant IO66 Sou'Ih Main S+ree'I ll ii 'iw 'QQ 222-480l N 'fa 42 ii L' I I5 -'r ,S K ' k,,: 1,15 V' Ni ki ,152 ' Judy Mason and Don Ransdell' agree Ihe aifraclive K f-ff, i.' it S decor al' Dominic's rivals Ihe Iempfing recipes. mam" '-"" ' i Xi',-' - i I 5 I Over 75 Years Communily Service Morris Sons Funeral Homes l809 Easf Third Sfreef IO4 W. Main Sfreel' DayI'on, Ohio Fairborn, Ohio Adequafe Privafe Parking Complefe Air Condilioning l I RAY B RYANT 0 Sales 0 Service 0 Parls Open Brealclasl 'ro Bedlime I 620 Brown SI'ree+ 46 I -5200 Sieve UI'z and Rick Kilbane fhinlc a Chevrolel' from Rav BryanI's would make an ideal gradualion qilf. SXSW KeHering's Planned Developmeni 0 l40 acres of soufhwesf Ohio's highesf ground 0 Club Marinole-a communify owned recreafion spoi' 0 Lake Marinole-recen'rly In, If TO CZ LL C If 0 fl, developed. This beauiiful for discriminaiing buyers. 0 Easy access fo Town and Counfry Shopping Cenfer . . . lless 'Than one-half milel 0 Fairmonl' Wesf, Alier, Ernsf, and S+. Charles schools wiihin wallring disfance. lalre is surrounded by I7 large si'I'es Q 0 Now building souih of Enid Ave., only +wo blocks easi of Far Hills. VICTOR E. G-,RIEMANN ROBERT N. CLARK Builder Builder f . K -A F fx -A b4l Sfonybrook Dr. 633 Laurelann Dr. -M'qQ'fF'5LVi Q it ' ,H-fin"-.--5v':V-155 ' ni, -" 434-I242 434-2562 The Burson Corporation PRECISION MANUFACTURERS l442 Springfield S+. 0 Phone 253-8887 Dayfon 3, Ohio Working as an appreniice in ihe precision insirumen on in 5 e ro ession in i uin uppo 1 S . They help to give every Fairmont West Student on opportunity in sports be it INTRAMURALS OR VARSITY TRACK, BASEBALL, TENNIS, GOLF, WRESTLING, GYMNASTICS, BASKETBALL. FOOTBALL, CROSS-COUNTRY, FIELD HOCKEY, VOLLEYBALL, ALSO VAN BUREN AND D. L. BARNES, JR. HIGH SPORTS INCLUDING FINANCIAL HELP FOR THE SPEECH DEPARTMENT W e S+ H 968 I968-69 President 71 Mr. Paul Dunmeyer 969 i 9 ook I 6 J' , Q6 09' o oo LL gf f gl- 111353 ICM V197 vf 1 Il l kg I Oxoxo r I I1 q I ffe -l 1 9-X 965 of "' N '09 9 S V 0 owv' ,sig O1 E fx X 9 ,o ' we 52290219 qw ,f oyogwgwgs ww 'ff' Jack and Dee Horrelf agree wifh Hweir fafher fha? a Toronado For qraduafion would make anyone happy. TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME 252-3 l22 THREE MODERN CHAPELS 0 AIR CONDITIONED AMBULANCE SERVICE 0 OXYGEN EQUIPPED 648 Wa'l'ervlie+ Ave. a+ Fauver "Day'I'on's Oldesf Paper, Res+auran+ Equipmen+ and Supply House" , f sow' ' . 1.-A v I 1 m-U My-K' JZQVZL 7? 02f92Zwfz2Lw9ff U ESTABLISHED IQI3 607-II E. Third Sfreef Day+on 2, Ohio DRIVE-IN RESTAURANTS "Let Pczrkmoor be your host." I025 SI1royer Rd. Priscilla Lybroolc and Helen Lelvlay look forward Io an eller-school snack al' ine nearby Parlcmoor. DELMAN B. CLARK, and ASSOCIATES I30I Hulman Building Daylon, OI1io Life Underwriters Specializing in Business Life Insurance Employee Bene'fi+ Plans EsI'a'I'e Programming JOS. M. WILLIAMS 81 ASSCCIATES "Real'rors" "Specializing in Residenlial Sales" I8 S. Main Sfreef Cenferville, Olnio Dayfon 59, OI1io OFFICE HOME 885-7659 885-3233 Linda I-lively and Kay Judd lind The friendliness and qualify al Williams Reallor equally lwigli. 224-I035 pls HOME SHOPPING C ENTER X. ...,.L., K 6l70 Far Hills Avenue Dayfon, Ohio 45459 434-36l I Looking for llie perlecl gill? Cincly Slialian and Molly O'Brian find iusl' llwe riglif 'Iliing al PK's, Ymsn CRXYFORUM U asngengm V rr HARD!!! For 'rlie Lalesl' in Enlerlainmenl' Drive Oul' 'Io . . . BELMONT AUTO THEATRE 2240 Counly Line Rd. 256-I57I Summer and drive-ins go Togefher 'ro assure Wesl sludenls ol: ine mosl' relaxing vacafion possible. ' I' . I I .xv of GK .. lil' ff' KETTERING VILLAGE INN "The llinesl ln llalian and American Food" 39I0 Far Hills Avenue 299-6l00 Melissa Brown convinces Darrel Black To fry 'llie delicious llalian spaglielii al' Kellerinq Village Inn. EMBLEM Q f . 'REME?v1BE-R 3 9 flmpemal OR D EVERYDAY LOWLOW sooo Town stones 5TQREWlDE p-Riggs QQQQQQQQQQ 56QQQQQG QQQQQQQi ss 4761 9595499 Z .,, 0 -ID l I his I Ee. ZZ. b. -Q-I rsefff 5 5 -' 2 'S O so ' - E . Z . '? E 1 Q 'n 225 -- rim 532. if Own 5 O 9 O O or Qs 54 ss CUSTOMERS Get' Presfrge Food and Service MAHLOWS 2300 E Dorothy Lane DOTS Wate het 81 Patterson L F tt 6909 Dayton Xema Plke S tl 3940 Kettering Blvd STRAGAND S N 2 I2I5 East Stroop Road RAY'S FLORIST Corsages 'For All Occasions Flowers and Giils for Special Occasions 25I5 Far Hills Avenue Dayion, Ohio 45429 298-955I Open Monday +l'1ru Saiurday Nine 'ro Six Donna Palmer and Larry Cecil choose flowers from Ray's To complele all oi Their special occasions. ESTABLISHED l922 AMBULANCE SERVICE MEYER 81 BOEHMER FUNERAL HOME AIR CONDITIONED f ji ,. - 'Y ' Q, J.-1 ' -N-w Q-S 'iii JE lf- 'fl' s h .xml ' T-nllll' l1JJu.f zlglklis f-355 e il """llllllllll Tr" ' " k'4jF -- - ahigglf, -371:-.. 131 7. - ' ' ill glsillf I iq5lii , A5giiE'v A3 , il ullwm "ConyenienTly Localecl To Serve You" -E TETF TTE-i. gi AH, :ff-41 j ' aa -Q T733 BROWN STREET AT SAWMILL RoAD , . ,: T-T --YY One of fhe Na'I'ion's Largesl' Suppliers of Fine Office Furnifure, Siaiionery, and Equipmenf Up and coming execulives, as well as ihose already lhere, choose . .. III-I I3 E. Third Sfreef 228-6l75 Using The lafesl in office equipment al' R makes COE worlc more enjoyable for Joanna olh's Fuls. ROSEMAN'S BAKERY 2254 Soulh Smifhville 253-075 I Carol Redenbaugh, Sally Coy- recommend Roseman's for +he besl' in lempling paslries and balced goods. McAFEE PONTIAC Ponfiac-Tempesf Used Cars 202 N. Main Miamisburg, O. 866-3308 Claudia Church, Debbie Pyper may disagree on colors, bul' lhey always choose a car from McAfee Ponliac. WH ITE VILLA FAMOUS Fooos Your Besl' Budgel' Buys Available al' All Imperial Foodfown Marlcefs, PDQ Marlcels, and Whi'l'e Villa Food Marlrefs Anxious Dragon fans appreciafe 'lhe service provided by While Villa by sponsoring "-Game of The Week." mmmm,L 1 I HANDLING Q V mx MATERIALS Ill .r' 6 6 I SYSTEMS, INC. 6991 HOMESTRETCH ROAD ' ROUTE 75-NORTH ' DAYTON, OHIO 45414 PHONE 513-898-3951 ' TWX 810-472-2826 SPECIALIZING IN THE SALE AND SERVICING OF MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT FOR INDUSTRY APPLIANCE TRUCKS DOCKLEVELERS HOISTS RACKS CASTERS FLOOR TRUCKS .IIB CRANES SHELVING CONVEYORS FORK TRUCKS OVERHEAD CRANES SKIDS DOCKBOARDS HAND TRUCKS PALLETS STACKERS DENNY GROTZ SAYS, "EXCESSIVE AND INEFFICIENT HANDLING ADDS NO VALUE TO YOUR PRODUCT - ONLY TO ITS COST. USE YALE LIFT TRUCKS!" Residenfial Commercial IncIusI'riaI InvesI'men+s SERVING , KeHering Cen+erviIIe WasI1ingIon Township EIb1I1Fg I'1IpI'1III'1 pp TIII I Igfh If 'III I gf or W ...M LOWE B ROTH ERS PAINTS LOWE BROTHERS S+yIe Tes+ed Paini' Colors qw nnonz? 6 G 0417 0 Painfs T. 0 Ladders x 0 Wallpaper ::: ::., . I ' Glass ::,... ' I , ' Kem Glo I ,ziz "'-' TF ' Pdinfeff' Su PPIIB' gk "":': I ':':'f' 0 Figure ' W rames' PA NT COLORS ' S'-'Per Kemfone Serving 'Ihe Eniire Miami Valley ffom 8 Sfores Keifering Shopping Cenfer- 508 E. Shoop-293-96I6 Bob Chapman. Jeanne Melnfouz, and Pal Baynes enioy browsing in Lowe Brollaers newly-reclecoreled SI FAIRMONT WEST HIGH SCHOOL Designed by ArcI1i+ecI's RIAL T. PARRISH KEITH L. DUNKET OLE T. SCHIOLER TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF at the wonderful selection of Early American 'Furniture and accessories 'From . . . Amvrtmn Sv up WY Earlg h fi V iw 2272 West Shantz Ave. 299-340l Nancy Smith and Patsy Paddock choose an attract floral arran ement to match Earl American's dec Q Y I Eastern States Mortgage, Corp. 2424 Far Hills Avenue 299-554-l Ron Trimble and Bill Otto fund its easy to 5 money when you buy your food at Phl d ry PHIL AND JERRY'S FOODARAMA 2I West Whipp Rd. 434-I294 Dayton-Xenia Rd. Home of Switt's Protein Beet I an Jer 4001, C I. gina . 1 "ll a man does nol lceep pace wilh his companions perhaps il is because he hears a dillerenl drum.' Michael Holland Advertising Agency II Wesl' Monumenl-Suile 508 Daylon, Ohio DALE FASHIONS 2524 Far Hills Avenue and 43 I7 Salem Avenue Fearuring: Villager John Meyer Counlry Sel' Miami ValIey's Largesl' Seleclion of lhe Grealesl' in Campus Fashions Mary Donna Snyder selecls lhe new look in clolhes in her modified bell bolloms from Dale Fashions. ,H + FELTZ OFFICE APPLIANCES, INC. I II Brown Slreel' 46l-3680 Calhy Griffin and Linda Barrell' find COE girls prefer +o use Olympia lypewrilers from Feliz. sa 'Wiatr mperial House NORTH ln'I'ers+a+e 75 and Neeclmore Rd Day+on, Ohio 278-57l l Bf b dng her plane for Cosl Rc J K ll y + her falher al' Imperial H Noi 7 outsong Funeral Home Funeral Home Over l-lali A Cenlury of Service Ambulance Service-Air Concllhoned Privaie Parking 293-4 l 3 7 Corner Brown and lrving Town and Country Sunoco "Dis'rribu+or of Cooper Tires" 3959 Far Hills 293-7044 y win a lucky coin or noi Shel N ls y g f be-Her mileage wi'rl'1 S g l Friend of the family! - ,MHZ If STM, 12? Q yv V ' :"'-sag Q Top Value Enterprises,Inc. BUSINESS INCENTIVE PLANS ' MANUFACTURERS PREMIUM PLANS - RETAIL PROMOTIONS - MAIL ORDER MERCHANDISE ' TV TRAVEL, INC. General Offices, 3085 Woodman Drive, Dayton, Ohio 45420 Paper hafs and purple signs made by The Pep Club spark spirif and enfhusiasm during The Xenia game jlfarirmnni 1939151 13913 luh For anyfhing under Ihe sun- Carcls, SI'aI'ionery, Giffs- You, Ioo, should come Io . . . JEMIMA RUSSELL'S TOWN 81 COUNTRY 298-I423 Susan Harris and Marion I-Iomer hurry Io make Iheir seleciion from Jemima RusseII's giff assorImenI'. W I I Open II A.M.-8 P.M 26II Soufh Dixie Drive 299-9622 GRAPHIC AIDS CCI. OFFSET PRINTING ADVERTISING PIECES DUPLICATING BUSINESS FORMS PHOTO PROCESSING NEWS LETTERS DIRECT MAIL SERVICE CATALOG PAGES COPY PREPARATION BOOKLETS BINDERY SERVICES TAGS AND STICKERS Phone 223-849I 504 Commercial Building Day+on, Ohio 45402 Sieve Ufz, SCOII Maeder, and John Young expIOre Ihe many Iacefs OI SCOWS IaIher's oIIseI orinhng Iirm. b HERITAGE HOUSE Known for Fine Food for Over 20 Years Banquel' Rooms Available for Groups From I5 fo l50 People Serving One of Day+on's Finesf Luncheon and Dinner Menus Sfealcs-Chops Seafood For Reserva+ions 2l89 S. Dixie af Scl'1an+z Gloria Shanlz and Dan McKniqh'r agree Neil's lobby makes a mosl' deiiglirful place lo relax before dinner. THE PET AND GARDEN SHOP 450 Palferson Rd. 298-7383 Doug Reaclnower suqgesrs a slulfed animal from Per 81 Garden Shop would make an allraclive gifr. OFFICE OVERLOAD SERVICE FIRST in 'Hue Dayfon Area FIRST in Service 25 Sou+l1 Main S+. 224-764l Looking for summer employmenl? Debbie and Jim Wick plan ro worlc for "Office Overload Service." Lynn Kohler and Cindy Qroclc admire lhe beauiiiul end unique display of gxiis al' Doras Bouhq 2 l 298-4222 UG. 1 l DIMCO- GRAY, CO. 207 E. Sixlh S+. Dayfon, Ohio 224- l 9 l 3 Photo Darkroom 5l1UfflGlJ0Cl rd Times Equipment Sally POELKING LANES l403 Wilmingfon Pike 299-5573 30 Brunswick A-Z Lanes Complefe Line of Bowling Balls-Bags-Shiris-Shoes Henderson experiences pleasure and relaxai' when she bowls wilh GAA members al Poellsing Lanes. FOR THE FINEST IN EYEWEAR For 'rhe lafesf in fashionable frames 0 The newesl accessories and cases 0 The highesl quali+y lenses o Prescripfion carefully 'filled 0 Precision filling ancl adiusling o Experf con- 'racf lens fiHing Town 8: Counfry lSou+h Malll Telephone 298-964i TRUMAN OPTICIANS NM WW Telephone 224-l782 iiAppcJrel With Flair for The Fashion-Aware" 5 S 17192719 3l Greene S+., Nexl' +o Xenia Cinema 426-070 I MEYER'S MEAT MARKET 23 Park Avenue 40I5 Far Hills Avenue IO4 N. Main lAcross 'From Rl: l Susie and Kalhy Banks have no problem prep Q l g i h lh y b y l d 'r lvl y M 'I' Class of '70 Initiates Exciting New Decade at West FS Class of '70 looks forward fo nex? year and + The complefion of Hue new gymnasium addifio J. C. PENNEY COMPANY TOWN 81 COUNTRY 293-3 I 87 F f df f If MH I car coas, coor ma es or Orme f lmo y Talberg and Dorf K y k hp fp y ' , - ype as ' s orcz ns I s o a enne Business Patrons contribute S870 to A-I MOVING ROBERT SCHMITZ 328 Kietaber Street 228-I46I A-I TROPHY COMPANY 6I I WatervIiet Avenue 254-655I ARROW, INC. 2950 Far HiIIs Avenue 298-I456 BARKER FURNACE COMPANY 607 Washington Street 222-4073 BELMONT HOBBY CENTER 6 I 0 WatervIiet Avenue 254-8730 BETTMAN'S FAR HILLS PHARMACY 3036 Far Hills Avenue 298-52I I BIG TOP TOY SHOP 2308 Far HiIIs Avenue 299-5200 BRIDGESXSHARPXVANTASSEL 333 West First Street Suite 656 223-328I BUCKINGHAM ENTERPRISES 348I Ottice Park Drive 293-2 I 28 C 81 D TILE and FLOORING COMPANY Breitenstrater Shopping Center 254- I 707 R. E. CONDIT 260I South Dixie Avenue 293-69 I 5 B. G. DANIS COMPANY, INC. I5 I 8 East First Street 254-530I DAYTON CAMERA SHOP, INC. 26 West Third Street 223-5 I 82 DAYTON HYDRO-LIFT COMPANY 6I0 South Jersey Street 293-2890 DAYTON SWIMMING POOL and SUPPLY COMPANY 446 Patterson Road 299-839I DEBUTANTE BEAUTY SALON 8 I 07 East Town and Country Road 298-I486 EVAN'S BUYING SERVICE 609 WatervIiet Avenue 256-327I FINK--,IESKE I25 South Gebhart Church Road 866-627I F. M. REALTY 400 South Bromtield Road 299-4I I I FOX CLEANERS 4333 North Main Street 276-4I7I FRUEHAUF TRAILER COMPANY I84I East First Street 252-5687 GROBY'S GARDEN STORE 430I Far Hills Avenue 293-7424 EMERICK L. HOLLOWELL 3884 Gardenview Place 299-5804 HUNTER SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 60I0 Far HiIIs Avenue 434-4000 1969 Dragon JACK E. IRVIN 4 Triangle Avenue 298-58I I MR. JIM'S STEAKHOUSE 3747 South Dixie Drive 294- I 465 HARRY KALB FURNITURE 948 Patterson Road 293-9202 KEENE CLEANERS 2200 South Patterson 8Ivd. 293-4790 KIDDIE KASTLE 5 I 6 East Stroop Road 293-3022 MARKER 81 COMPANY 422 Gem City Building 228-55I I MAR-LIN LOUNGE 3500 Marshall Road 293-0426 MARSHALL'S UNIQUE COOKIES and CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS 400 South Bromtield Road 299-4I I I MASK 8: WIG COSTUME COMPANY 20 West Fitth Street 228-9 I 63 MAYER'S LAD 'N DAD 23 I2 Far Hills Avenue 293-6333 MEYER'S MEAT MARKET 40 I 5 Far Hills Avenue 299- I 26I MARVIN MILLER, REALTORS 2424 Far Hills Avenue 298-4878 MODERN CARPET and RUGS I4I I WiIming'I'on Pike 299-28I3 MR. and MRS. E. H. MONNIER MYRON CORNISH 2427 Wesf DoroI'hy Lane 293-4I57 OAKWOOD FLORIST 23 I 9 Far Hills Avenue 293-I I96 MILTON PASKIN, REALTOR 3I I Enid Avenue 434-6767 THE PATTERSON RESTAURANT 2 I 00 Sou'I'h PaI'I'erson BIvd. 293-222I R. C. A. 224 NorI'h WiIkinson S'I'reeI' 46 I -5420 ROBERTS JEWELERS I062 PaH'erson Ro-ad BreiI'ens'IraI'er Square 252-0869 WILLIAM ROYSTON JEWELERS 45 WesI' Third SI'ree+ 224-0646 SAN RAE BEAUTY SALON 2220 San Rae Drive 293-73 I 5 W. R. SCHONSHECK, MANAGER Canada Life Assurance Company 320 Far Oaks Building 293-I l59 SINGER SEWING CENTER Hills 8: Dales Shopping CenI'er 299-339I STARR PHARMACY 466 PaI'+erson Road 293-I I I9 SUGAR CREEK SKI HILLS 275I Washingfon Mill Road Bellbrook, Ohio 848-455I TRANSPORTATION SERVICE, INC. 6I Commerce Park Drive 233-8300 U. S. DESIGN SERVICE. INC. I9 Wes+ Four'I'h SI'reeI' 222-4033 WAGNER WOOD I I00 Eas'r Doro'Ihy Lane 298-7444 WHITE MOBILIFT 3 I 59 Encre'I'e Lane 298-744I WILMINGTON HEIGHTS MARKET 8: PHARMACY 4650 WiIming+on Pike 299-4 I 64 WIND'S SOHIO SERVICE 33 Keowee S'I'ree'I 223-0486 HARRY R. WISE 25I Snow Hill Avenue 299-8500 N. T. YOWELL, MOVERS, INC I840 Cardingfon Road 299-7282 an William OIiver admire Ihe decoraf Enioying Ihe IaII afmosphere oi The Junior d .Class Dance, I'HarvesI Ball," Dianne Kreiger consisfing of reaI corn sIaIks and pumpk Professional Patrons continue their faithful support DR. STEWART ADAM 280l Far Hills Avenue 293-9l8I RAYMOND E. BEITZEL, M.D. 2600 Far Hills Avenue 293- I 2 I 3 DR. DANIEL E. BRANNEN I23 Wyoming Avenue 222-755I ALBERT A. BRUST, M.D. 2600 Far Hills Avenue 293-I I I7 DARRELL C. CAUDILL, M.D. I IOO South Main Street 222-3673 DAYTON CLARK, M.D. I IOO South Main Street 223-I226 GEORGE A. DENKA, D.O. 230l Patterson Road 254-566l C. W. DICKERSON, D.D.S. 3550 Far Hills Avenue 298-52I9 RICHARD J. DOBIES, M.D. 250 Snow Hill Avenue 298-4720 LEWIS O. FREDERICK, M.D. ARTHUR E. FOUKE, M.D. Harries Building 222-403I DONALD E. FRICKE, D.D.S. 3 I 3 East Shoop Road 293-l0l2 A. J. GABRIELE, M.D. 795 Laurelwood Road 299-4l92 W. M. GEORGE, D.O. DRS. JACOBS, WELLS, and I I3 East'Central Avenue ALBRECHT 859-364I 22l8 South Patterson Blvd. 293-2 I I 3 GRABEMAN and COSTAS, D.D.S. l7.35 Big Hill Road 298-9948 W. E. JOHNSTON, D.D.S. Oalcview Medical Building I5 Southmoor Circle N. E. RICHARD S. GRAVES I23 Wyoming Street 222-6765 DR. W. S. KOLLER DR. and MRS. ROGER A. KUHN MRS, A, J, HAACKE HERMAN F. LEHMAN and PETER JACK W, HUTTON DiSALVO, D.D.S. 300 Hulman Building 2600 Far Hills Avenue 222-4646 298588 I i 4 I. u E Returminq as a substntute teacher m the Business former pruncupal. Mr. Richard Somers, concen- Educatuon Department, retired Fairmont West trates intently on repairing a broken typewrite of the yearbook by donating S685 W. J. LEWIS, M.D.: L.M. HALEY, M.D. 2567 Far Hills Avenue 298-735I P. E. MARSHALL, D.D.S. 3550 Far Hills Avenue 298-52I9 WENDELL H. McCHORD, D.D.S. I950 Sou'II1 Smi'I'I1viIIe Road 253-9I I5 ROBERT D. McKAY, D.D.S. 49 Park Avenue 298-23 I 2 DR. H. E. McKNIGHT Fidelify Building 223-662 I PAUL PFAFF, D.D.S. 3390 Woodman Drive 298-7742 RAHN HILLS MEDICAL CENTER 544I Far Hills Avenue 434-I I22 DR. KENNETH MYERS 544I Far Hills Avenue 434-I I22 DR. and MRS. E. J. REAGAN 3508 Springdale Drive 298-33 I 6 WILLIAM D. ROBERTS, M.D. IBM Building 222-584I RICHARD RUNKLE, D.D.S. 4050 Benfield Drive 293-692I DR. R. C. SCHAMEL and DR. JAMES J. RUBIN I5 SouI'I1moor Circle N.E. 299-5 I 9I STANLEY D. SHERRIFF, D.D.S. I250 Wesi' Doroihy Lane 298-422I DRS. SHIVELY, LOVINGOOD and TAYLOR 670 Fidelily Medical Building 228-4I26 DR. A. M. STORRS DR. ROBERT L. SWARTZEL 3080 Ackerman Blvd. 293-4474 N. J. THOMPSON, M.D. 60 Wyoming Avenue 273-9942 J. B. TRIFFON, D.D.S. 254I Far Hills Avenue 299-7 I 5I J. D. VOEHRINGER, M.D. 650 Eas+ Doroihy Lane 299-6056 DRS. WALTERS, HALL, and COMPTON 2 I 5 Easl' SI'roop Road 298-0236 WILLIAM WELTON JR., M.D. Fideliiy Building 222-902 I DR. LESLIE R. WHITE 359 Fores+ Avenue 222-605I J. C. WILLIAMSON, D.D.S. 79 Wesl' Franlclin SI'reeI' 885-24I I JOHN WORTHMAN, M.D. 3080 Ackerman Blvd. 298-I46I ROBERT E. ZIPF, M.D. I5 Sou'I'I1moor Circle N.E. 298-OI75 Junior baske-iball player Bob Royer aifempl In ng ably guarded by one of The oppon I I make Iwo poinls for Ilwe Dragon Team while during Ilwe shmulalmq Cenlervllle ga Best Parent Patron Drive in WesI's MR. JAMES B. ABBEY Lynn Ann KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. JOSEPH ACETO Joe KEI Sophomore DR. STEWART ADAM Jeff KEI Senior MR. and MRS. CHARLES A. ADAMS Sieve Lowery KWI Senior MR. JACK E. ADAMS Karen KCI Senior MR. and MRS. ROBERT D. ADAMS Donald KCI Senior Richard KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. G. E. ADELBERGER Terry KEI Junior MR. and MRS. GEORGE G. ADKINS Rick KEI Sophomore MR. ROBERT ALEXANDER Nancy KEI Junior MR. and MRS. ALGEO Sue KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. FRED ALLBERY Charlie KEI Senior MR, HEATHMAN P. ALLEN Willie KCI Senior MR. and MRS. CHARLES ALLMAN Diane Lynne KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. V. J. ALLODI Mike KWI Senior MR. and MRS. E. M. ANDERSON Belii KCI senior MR. and MRS. GEORGE W. ANDERSON Debbie KEI Senior MR. and MRS. JOSEPH A. ANDERSON Kaihryn KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. W. H. ANDERSON Garfh KWI Junior Paul KEI Senior MR. and MRS. GEORGE ANDREWS Roberla KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. JOHN ANDREWS Jill KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. SAMUEL L. ANDREWS Curlis KCI Senior MR. and MRS. JACK ANEWALT James KWI Senior MR. and MRS. GUY ANTHONY Paul KWI Sophomore Sue KCI Junior MR. and MRS. L. D. ARCHIBALD Jan KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. CLIFFORD ARGUE Anneife KWI Sophomore and MRS. GORDON C. ARNOLD G. Curfis KWI Senior MR. and MRS. ROBERT ARVOLD Ellen KEI Sophomore DR. and MRS. LEE R. ASHMUN Befsy KWI Senior MR. and MRS. CHARLES L. ASZLING Debbie KWI Junior MR. and MRS. RICHARD ATHERTON Jerry KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. KEITH ATTEBERRY Linda KEI Junior MR. and MRS. KENNETH P. AWSUMB Bill KEI Junior MR. CARL AYNES Sleven KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. G. T. BAINS Ann KEI Junior MR. and MRS. HOMER W. BAIR Melodie KCI Junior MR. and MRS. CHARLES E. BAKER Penni KCI Sophomore ScoH' KCI Senior MR. WARREN G. BAKER Bob KEI Senior MR. and MRS. ARNOLD BALLARD Connie KWI Sophomore MR. W. P. BALTHROP Brian KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. WILLIAM D. BANKS Kalhy KCI Senior Susie KEI Junior MR. and MRS. DON BARBER Dan KEI Senior Don KCI Junior MR. and MRS. GEORGE BARKALOW Mary KWI Junior MRS. DOVIE M. BARKER Martha KWI Senior Thressa KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. C. R. BARNES Mike KWI Senior MR. and MRS. DAN BARNES Glenda KCI Junior MR. and MRS. W. H. BARNES Karen KWI Junior MRS. ED BARNEY Bill KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. EARLE W. BATES Dale KWI Junior MR. and MRS. ROSS BATESON West Unil MR. and MRS. HOWARD A. BATTY, JR. Alice KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. GENE BAYNES Dan KEI Sophomore Pai KEI Senior MR. and MRS. VINCENT BECKER Nick KEI Junior MR. and MRS. ROBERT L. BEEBE Barbara KWI Junior MR. and MRS. JOHN BEGLEY Pally KCI Sophomore DR. and MRS. R. E. BEITIEL David KEI Senior MR. and MRS. A. GEORGE BERBERT David KCI Junior MR. .snd'MRs. MACK BERMAN Ron KWI Junior MR. and MRS. E. NORMAN BERNHARDT, JR. Jim KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. EARL BERRY Craig KWI Senior MR. and MRS. RICHARD A. BIAGI Barbara KEI Sophomore Nancy KWI Senior MR. and MRS. JOSEPH E. BIERANOWSKI Paili KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. JAMES A. BIERLEIN Debbie KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. D. W. BINDER Vicforia KEI Sophomore MR. ROBERT C. BINNING John KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. GEORGE BIONDIE Jeannine KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. GORDON BISHOP Palii KCI Sophomore MR. and MRS. ROSCOE E. BISHOP Regina KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. ROBERT L. BLAKELY Dave KCI Senior MR. and MRS. MARTIN BLEICHER Judy KEI Senior MR. and MRS. JOHN E. BLESI Marilyn KCI Senior MR. and MRS. WILLIAM R. BLUME Karen KWI Junior MR. E. C. BOCKHOLD Rita KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. ROSS C. BODE Sue KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. ALFRED BOLENDER Principal MR. and MRS. MC KINLEY BOLTON Linda KEI Senior MR. and MRS. EDWARD P. BORCHERS Jeanneiie KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. CLARENCE BORNEMANN Cynthia KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. PETER BOSNAK Priscilla KWI Senior MR. TED BOUDOURIS, SR. Ted KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. JOHN R. BOWDEN Richard KWI Junior MR. and MRS. BOBBY BOWMAN Carol KCI Junior MR. and MRS. JOHN G. BRADEN Brei KWI Senior MR. and MRS. EDWARD BRADFORD Mark KWI Sophomore MR. FOREST B. BRADFORD Sfuari KEI Sophomore MR. W. R. BRADFORD Lisa KWI Sophomore MR. P. R. BRAINARD Mark KEI Senior MR. and MRS. D. J. BRANDENBURG Jenny KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. EDWARD A. BRATLE Linnea KWI Junior MR. and MRS. WILLIAM BRELSFORD Debbie KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. MARK BRIDGES Dena KCI Sophomore Tim KCI Senior MR. and MRS. KENNETH BRIGHTMAN, SR. Kenneih KWI Senior MR. and MRS. CHARLES BRITAIN Carolyn KEI Junior MR. and MRS. RICHARD C. BRITTON Ken? KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. HERMON S. BRODERICK Polli KCI Sophomore MRS. W. E. BROEDLING Bill KEI Senior MR. DAN BROWER Cyd KEI Sophomore MR. and MRS. DONALD H. BROWN Carolyn KWI Sophomore MR. and MRS. DONALD L. BROWN Sieve KWI Sophomore MR. EUGENE LEE BROWN Melissa KEI Senior MR. HUGH BROWN Easl Unil MR. KENNETH BROWN Polly KEI Junior Co-Caplain oi ihe Cross-Counlry learn, senior Paul Wright searches For ihal lasi exira ounce of energy as he approaches Ihe seemingly disianl-iinish line in Ihe imporiani Weslern Ohio League meei early Ihis fall. history attained by support of loyal parents in 1969 Sharing the title with Miss Penelope Mott's class, students in Mr. Ron Eaton's iunior homeroom, II7, deserve much acknowledgment tor their MR. and MRS. MERRILL J. BROWN Sue IWJ Senior Tim ICJ Junior MR. and MRS. RODNEY D. BROWN Martha IEJ Sophomore MR. and MRS. R. L. BROWN Karen IWJ Junior Mkkand MRS. JOHN BROWNELL, J . Ginny ICJ Junior MR. D. D. BRUBAKER Bill ICJ Junior Mary ICJ Sophomore MR. P. R. BRUCE Robert IWJ Junior MR. and MRS. DONALD BRUNETT Kristine IEJ Sophomore DR. and MRS. ALBERT BRUST Sue IWJ Junior MR. and MRS. THOMAS BUCHER Bill ICJ Sophomore MR. JOHN C. BURRIS Johnny IEJ Sophomore MRS. LORAINE BURSON Jerry IWJ Junior MR. and MRS. FRANCIS BUSCH Doug IEJ Sophomore MR. and MRS. ALBERT BUTCKE Kay IEJ Senior MR. and MRS. WILLIAM J. BUTLER Mike IEJ Junior MR. and MRS. WILLIAM BUTT Barbara IEJ Junior MR. and MRS. R. E. BYINGTON Bruce IEJ Senior MR. and MRS. JAMES BYRD Thomas ICJ Junior MR. and MRS. H. G. CALDWELL Kathy IEJ Senior Lorie IWJ Junior MRS. ALVERDA CAMPBELL Kathy ICJ Junior MR. and MRS. KELLEY CAMPBELL Diane IEJ Junior MR. and MRS. WILLIS CAMPBELL Wanda ICJ Sophomore MR. and MRS. FLOYD CANTRELL Linda IWJ Senior Peggy IEJ Junior MR. and MRS. R. E. CARLIN Valerie IWJ Sophomore MR. and MRS. GLEN CARPENTER Phyllis ICJ Senior MR. and MRS. KENNETH L. CARPENTER Becky IEJ Sophomore Diane IEJ Senior MR. and MRS. JAMES CARPER Bruce ICJ Senior MR. and MRS. JOHN CARR Cherie IEJ Sophomore MR. and MRS. JOSEPH A. CARR Nancy IWJ Junior MR. and MRS. WILLIAM J. CARROLL Thomas IEJ Senior MR. and MRS. 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Bafes, Dale . .4........ 73, Ross ....... 145, Photo Index 213 106, 213 213 169 231 213 119, 213 169 231 291 120, 169 Adams, Richard ..... 113, Adams, Thomas .......... Adelberger, Terry .... .... Adkins, George .... .... Adkins, Vernon ............ Ake, Deborah ......... 47, AL BORN'S LINCOLN, Barry, Alice .... loo, 119, Baxfer, Alice .. ........ Baynes, Daniel .... . Baynes, Pafricia .. 51 Bazzell, James Beafly, Thomas ........... Becker, Nicholas 9, 20, 54, 55, 56, 62, 65, 99, Beckeff, Jacquelin ........ Beckslein, Sherry .... 119, Beebe, Barbara ....... 43, MERCURY .............. 270 Alego, Susan .... 102, 119, 230 Alexander, Nancy ........ 212 Alich, Michael ............ 230 Allbery, Charles .......... 168 Allen, Roberf ............. 212 Allen, William ....... 119, 168 Allman, Diane .. ..... 101, 230 Allodi, Joseph .. 49, 101, 168 Allred, Brad .. 43, 48, 212, 43 Allred, Rickey ......... 40 152, 171 Bailey, Ellen ........ Ill, 212 230 Alsepf, Alvin ............. 212 Alsepf, Denise ..... 230 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE ................ 114 Anderson, Deborah . 114, 168 Anderson, Elizabefh . 88, 102, 114,115,116,117,120,122 138 , 169 Anderson, Garfh ...... 54, 212 Anderson, Kafhryn 38, 122, 230, 233 Anderson, Paul ....... 116, 169 Anderson, Rufh 1Miss1 159 Andrews, Curfis .......... 102 Andrews, James .......... 159 Andrews, Jill .......... 96, 230 Andrews, Roberla 81, 119, 230 Anewalr, James .......... 169 Ankney, Ben .............. 159 ANKNEY CARDINAL FOOD SERVICE ................ 269 Ankney, Daniel . ....... 54, 230 Anlhony, Paul .... . 230 Anfhony, Susan .... 212 Anfrobus, Jerry .... 169 A. P. ZIEGLER ............ 253 Archibald, Janeflie ....... 230 Argires, Chris ......... 46, 230 Argue, Annefle .. 38, 47, 119, 149, 230 Armbrusler, Jerry ......... 169 Arnelf, Michael ....... 73, 231 Arnold, Gordon ....... 74, 169 ARNOLD LOHMAN ...... 275 Arnold, William .......... 159 ART CLUB ...........,.... 112 Arvold, Ellen 83, 100, 116, 231, 240 Ashmun, Elizabefh 13, 51, 169 258 Aszling, Deborah 102, 1442 1 ATHENA BRIDAL SALON ................. 293 Arherlon, Jerry ........... 231 ATLAS DIE CASTING 270 Afleberry, Linda 116, 1 Awsumb, William .... 41, I Aynes, Sfeven .... .. 231 B Bains, Marfha 46, 114, 116, 212 119, Bair, Melodie .. ........ 212 Baker, Paul ....... 144, 159 Baker, Penelope ..... ..... 2 31 Baker, Roberl' .... 73, 99, 169 Baker, Scoff .............. 169 Ballard, Connie .. 38, 47, 146, 31 Balonier, Gina . ........... 212 John .... 159 108, 169 Balsfer, Waller Balfes, Slephen Ballhrop, Brian .... 48, 74, 231 Banks, Kafhryn .... 46, 87, 89, 100, 120, 122, 130, 169, 298 Banks, Susan ..... 29, 46, 100, 114, 122,212,298 Barber, Daniel .... 50, 61, 73, 169 Barber, Don .......... 101, 212 Barbour, Barbara Ann 1Miss1 ........... 78, 79, 159 Begley, Pafricia . 46, 100, Beifzel, David .... 40, 44, 1l7,119,120, 122, 135, 138 Bell, Gene ...... 108, 171, BELMONT AUTO THEATRE .,............ Belfon, Roberla Bensinger, Shirley Miss 46, Ann 1 ' 1 ....... Benson, Michael ......... .29 116 Berberf, David 119, Berman, Ronald 122, 12.3 Berner, Joseph ........ 73 Bernhardl, James 102, 49 117 Berry, Craig ...... , Berry, Dale .... 115, 125, Berry, Lynda .............. Berframs, Deborah . ,.... . Berframs, Suzanne Besanceney, Jerry .... 43, Besf, Debrah ............. BHA ...................... Biagi, Barbara 78, 83, Biagi, Nancy 125, 171, Bieranowski, Pal' ...... 94, Bierlein, Deborah Bigos, Carol Ann 1Mrs.1 . Bilbery, Zella ............. Binder, Vicloria ...... - .... Binning, John ......... 54, Blondie, Jeannine . ...... .. Bishop, Pafricia ........... Bishop, Regina 46, 50, Bi11er, Linda .......... 81, 213, Black, Darrell 31, Blackford, Eva ............ Blair, Douglas ............ Blair, Michael 74, 119, Blake, Slephen ........ 54, Blakely, David .. 99, 109, Bleicher, Judy 81, 114, . 47, 63 Blesi, Marilyn .... , 147, Blevins, Thomas ........... Blume, Karen ......... 47, Bockhold, Rifa .. 83, 119, Bockoven, Brian .......... Bode, Susan .............. Bohardl, Jeffery .......... Bohardf, Michael ......... 47 Boise, Nancy .......... , Bolender, Alfred E. ...... . Bolfon, Linda ............. Bonneff, Chrislian ....... Borchers, Jeannefle .. 119, Borman, Cynlhia . ..... 96, Bosnak, Priscilla ...... 88, 120, 121, 131, 171, 81 Bosnyak, Zan .......... , Boudouris, T. G. ......... . Boulfer, Glen ......... 73, Bouller, Richard 49, 54, 57, 58, 62, 72, 73, 99 Bourdery, Nina . 89, 100, 114 115 11 172 . . 6. Bowden, Richard . 46, 65, Bowden, John ..........., Bowling, Jeff ......... 109 Bowling, Michael .... 103 Bowman, Carol .. 46, Bowser, Sherwin ...... 159 Braden, John . 43, 44, 61, Bradford, Lisa 81, 119, Bradford, Mark .......... Bradford, Sluarl Brahm, Brahm, Michael .......... Sleve .... . . . 46, 169 259 213 159 231 171 231 171 159 231 32, 213 213 213 213 114, 119 95, 171 179 284 213 159 231 117, 213 213 231 231 171 155, 159 213 213 231 213 231 257 231 120 231 231 159 156 231 231 231 231 231 171 284 156 171 171 231 171 81, 171 213 213 231 213 231 213 231 171 159 171 213 22, 231 100 116, 266 172 231 231 56, 172 102, 176 213 159 231 213 213 165 172 231 231 231 172 231 BRAINARD CONSTRUCTION ....... 268 Brainard, Mark 46, 74, 95, 99, 100, 172,268 Brandenburg, Jenni ....... 231 Brannen, Richard . 41, 43 293 Brafle, Linnea ..48, 100, 107, 213 Braufigam, Roberf ........ 172 Breifensfein, Carl 213 Breifensfein, Sue 172 Brelsford, Deborah .. 231 Brewer, Sleven ............ 213 Bridges, Dena ............ 231 Bridges, Timolhy .. 8, 34, 60, 62, 100, 172 Bridgman, Mike .. 61, 89, 213 Brighfman, Kenny ......... 173 Brifain, Carolyn ..... 213 Briflon, Kenr .......... 54 231 Brock, Cynfhia ........ 17, 297 Brodrick, Pauline 47, 114, Broedling, William ....... 100, 231 Carpenfer, Phyllis 92, Carpenfer, Rebecca .. 46, Carpenler, Vivian ......... Carper, Bruce ............. Carper, Jill ........... 47, CARPET WAREHOUSE .. Carr, Cherie .......,..... Carr, Mary 1Mrs.1 Carr, Nancy .......... , 38 CARRILLON CAFETERIA Carroll Bill , y .... ....... Carroll, Thomas ...... 88, 109 118 Carler, Laurice CASSANO PIZZA Cafon, Denise .. 47, ...... Caudill, Brenda .......... 173 Brogee, Karen ..... ..... 2 13 Brooker, James .... 231 Brosh, Eliza ............... 156 Broughlon, Bradford ..... 213 Brower, Cynlhia ...... 47, 102, 114, 116 231 Brown, Carolyn ........ 89 231 Brown, Donald ............ 173 Brown, Evelyne 1Mrs.1 159 Brown, Hugh N. .... 146, 159 Brown, Karen 103, 213, 231 Brown, Karen Sue ...... 47, 94 Brown, Kalhleen .... 46, 51, 94, 173, 127 Brown, Marlha ....... 100, 231 Brown, Melissa .. 31, 50, 114, 116, 120, 130, 173 284 Brown, Michael ....... 90 173 Brown, Polly ............. 213 Brown, Rosemary Lee 1Mrs.l .................. 159 Brown, Russell ............. 23 Brown, Sfeven .. 89, 100, 125, Brown, Susan ............. 173 Brown, Tim ...... 101, 213 Brownell, Ginny ...... 100, 213 Brubaker, Mary ...... 119, 231 Brubaker, William .... 102 213 Bruce, Barbara ............ 231 Bruce, Roberf ............. 213 Brun fl' Krisfine . 231 e , ......... Brusf, Jeanne . 15, 23, 32, 63, 122 Bryanf, Jeffery ........... Bucher, William ....... Burnefr, Barbara Burnelf, Barry ...... Burnison, Leigh . ...... Burns, Joan 1Mrs.1 Burns, Samuel ...... Burris, Johnny ...... 54, 47, 213 231 231 213 173 173 159 213 231 BURSON CORPORATION ........ 281 Burson, Jerry .... 213, 280 Burlon, Theodore 122, 231 Busch, Agnes ............. 156 Busch, Deborah 213 Busch, Douglas ........... 231 Busseer, Rufh 1Miss1 Bufcke, Kay .. 46, 83, Ill, 121,122, 127, 173 Bufler, Frank ............. 173 Bufler, John .......... 173, 134 Bufler, Michael ........... 213 Caudill, Elizabefh ,... Caupp, Rodney ...... Cavanagh, Anne ......... Cecil, Juclifh .... 92, Cecil, Larry .. 54, 98, Chambers, Curlis ......... Chambers, David . 26, 37, 116, 117, 120, 122, 123, 134, 139, 174, IB6, Chaney, Angela .......,.. Channell, Paulasue .,100, Chapman, Roberf .. 131, Chapman, Rodney 73, CHARLES DAVIS FLORIST ........ .... Charles, Larry ............ CHEESEMAN ,............ CHESS AND BRIDGE Chiazza, Philip CHORUS .............. 46, Chrisl, Andrea 48, 94, Chrisfofi, Irene .. 47, 100, CHRYSLER AIR TEMP Church, Claudia ..... 88, 116, 120,121, 122, 123, 174, Clark, Daylon ............ Clark, Diane ......... Clark, Freda 1Mrs.l ..... Clark, John .......... Clark, Laurel ..........., Clark Marcella Clark: Paula .... Clark, Ronald .. CLARK'S SHELL STATION ......... CLASS OF 1969 ..,........ CLASS OF 1970 Clawson, Carol . . Claylon, Brian Cleary, Michael Clemm, Dean ....., 8, Clifford, Connie . 14, C. N. STEMPER COMPANY ......... Coffey, Douglas ......... Collins, Barbara .. 50, Collins, Marvin .......... Combs, Carla ........... Combs, Edward ......... Combs, Linda 46 Buff, Barbara 51, 100, 114, 116, 213 Bufferworlh, Wende ...... 213 Byingfon, Bruce .... 8, 49, 61, 62, 95, 99, 107, 173 213 Byrd, Thomas ............. Combs, Pauline Comer, Thomas Comley, Karen ............ Common, William .. 214, Congdon, Cheryl B8 175 Conney, Henry .. 10, 109, Conrads, Douglas 46, Cook, Palricia ........ 44, Cook, Tannis ......... 122, C Callahan, Sfephen 61, Campbell, Diane 154, 214 Campbell, Kalhleen .... 214 Campbell, Wanda .... 231 Campbell, Willine ....... 214 CAMPUS LIFE ............ 111 CANDLES ELEGANTE, INCORPORATED .... 292 Canfrell, Linda ..... 121, 130, 173, 259 Canlrell, Peggy .... 100, 130, 214 CAPR1 LANES .... .... 2 63 Carlin, Valerie ........ 43, 231 Carpenfer, Diane 46, 92, 173 261 Coons, Linda . 40, 43, 91, 116, Cooper, Mark ........ Cooper, Melissa .... Cooper, Shannon ..... Cooper, Sharon .......... COOPERATIVE OFFICE EDUCATION ........... Corsmeier, Beverly .. 113, Corles, Elvia ............. Colfer, Valerie . ....... Coulles, Sandra . 51, 122, Cox, Ernesline ...... .... Cox, Susan ..... ...... Coy, Connie .............. Coy, Sally .......... 175, Craff, Yvonne . 38, 39, 1 Cramer, Chrisline .. . .. . .. Craven, James 173, 253 231 214 173 231 258 231 159 214 295 231 105, 174 174 116, 214 253 113, 231 174 90, 174 174 214 261 119, 174 231 88, 125, iss 231 231 214, 243 231 267 231 271 105 47 214 174 273 114, 130, 287 174 174 159 214 231 174 231 231 275 276 298 100, 214 214 214 214 174, 257 262 231 231 174 174 174 175 214 231 214 254 92, 253 214 116, 214 231 214 94, 214 214 174 . 47 231 . 92 175 231 175 175 156 214 231 287 81, 175 176 214 Crawford, Anne ..... .... 2 14 Crawford, Leander ........ 214 Crawford, Pamela ........ 231 CREATIVE WRITERS ...... 113 CRIBBAGE CLUB ......... 118 Croghan, Cafherine 7, 88, 98, 116, 119, 120, 176, 134 Croley, Gary ............. 109 Croley, Roy ............... 231 Cromer, Marcia . 88, 110, 176 Cross, Kennefh ........... 231 Cross, Vicki ......... .... 2 31 Cross, Winsfon 157 Crouch, John ....... .... 2 14 Cruea, Frederick .......... 214 Cruise, Richard ........... 214 176 Cruise, Robert ............ Crumrine, Vicki . 123 Cruz, Calixfo Culberfson, Sue .. CULP'S ......... Cupp, Gary Curry, Gary 38, 39, 131 176 51, Curry, Mike ., Curfis, Anifa ,... . Curlis, Danny ..... ,. Curris, Ivan ............... Cushen, Kennelh .......... Cushen, Roberl' ........... Cushner, Ellen .. 37, 119, 122 Cushner, Paula .......... D Daganhardf, Holly .. 83, 114, 116, 119,232 Dahlman, Pafricia ...46, 110, 114, 116 DALE FASHIONS ........ Daly, Jennifer 38, 116, Daly, Sally .38, 100, 102, Damico, Pefe ............. Damico, Srephen .... 108, Daring, Ronald ........... 177 Darling, Judifh 41 43 119 . . 44. , 232 Darsi, Debora ........,... 177 Daugherfy, Cassie ........ 232 Daugherfy, John .......... 214 Davenporl, Charles .. Davidson, John .... 54, 99, 124, 127, Davidson, Marlha ........ Davis, Chrisfine .. 46, 98, 119, 214 Davis, John ......... ,. 74, Davis, Julie ............... Davis, Merrilla 1Miss1 .. Davis, Michael .... B, 61, Davis, Philip .. 22, 23, 25 49, 95, 116, 177, 184, Davis, William ......... 73 Day, Bobby .............., 177 Day, Charles ............... 49 Day, John ............. 49, 177 DAYTON SHOWCASE 266 D. 81 C. TRANSPORTATION ..... 255 Deady, Sylvia .,...... .... I 77 Debolf, Bruce ............ 214 Decker, Sfephanie ........ 214 Deddens, Carl ........ 73, 214 Deddens, William .... 73 Defrance, Chris ........... Delafer, Richard .. 54, 56, 62, 74, 99, 177, 191 Dell, Shirley .1........ 100 214 Dellinger, Dennis ..... 49, 177 DELMAN B. CLARK 8: ASSOCIATES ........... 283 DELMAR STUDIOS ......, 252 Delscamp, Denise 214 Demougin, Susan Denaples, Diane .... 96, 101 116 233 , 233 214 . ...... 214 Denka, Kafhy ........ 122, 177 Deppen, Joseph ..... . 177 Derke, Nancy ....... ..... 4 6 Derrick, Sfeven .......... 233 Derrick, Donald . 25, 45, 162, 308 Defrick, Rebbecca .. 22, 24, 44, 45, 212, 214 Deveny, Gary ......... 73, 177 DIVERSIFIED CO-OPERATIVE TRAINING .............. 108 Dias, James .............. 214 Dicke, Sfephen ........ 46, 233 44 116 Dickerson, Denise . Dickey, Daniel .... Dieterle, John .... 108, 54 53, 74, Dietrichson, Karen 81, Dietz, Jill ....... 119, 215, Dietz, Linda ............, Digregoria, Teri ..... 102, Dils, Kathy ............ 47 DIMCO GRAY COMPANY ...,........ Dinsmore, Mary .. Dinsmore, Wilma Doebler, Timothy I i DOMIN1C'S 44, 47, 74, 167 DON MENDENHALL Donovan, Thomas ........ DOOLEY'S PHARMACY DORA'S BOUTIQUE ..... Dormitzer, Richard DOROTHY LANE MARKET ................ Dotson, David ........... Dotson, Gary ............ Doty, Douglas .... 88, 117, 146 Dowler, Jackie . ....... . Downey, Ann 122, Downing, Jeanne ...... 77, Doyle, Donna ............ DRAGON ..... 29, 30, 31, DRAGON TALES .... 124, 128, Draisker, William .... 65, Drayton, John 54, 73, Dross, Susan ......... Duckwald, Ronald Duerr, Cheryl ........ Dunaway, Jerry ........ 74, Duncan, Joni 38, 100, Duncan, William 122, Duntee, Timothy ,... DUNHILL'S ....... DUNKER 8 scH1oLeH".'. Dunlap, John ........ 109, Dunmyer, Michael ....54, Dunnick, Diana ........ 81, Dunnick, Millard .. Dupont, Judith E 46, 54 Eads, Daniel ........ .... Eagle, Mary , ..... .. EARLY AMERICAN SHOP ........... Early, Dennis ..... EASTERN STATES M ORTGAGES .......... Eaton, Lenot ............. Eaton, Ron ....... 73, Eckert, Jeffrey ....... 122, Eden, Frances Carol 145, iM1ss1 .............. 81, Ederer, Leslie 91, 120, Edwards, Greg ........ 49, Edwards, Patricia ......... Eftertz, James ........... Ehmke, Kris .... 119, 122, Elder, Sarah ..... 46, 113, Ely, Mark ................. Ely, Michael .......... 54, Emery, Galen . 41, 43, 44 122, Emmons, Patricia .... 41, 118, 120 Emmons, Robert Empke, Christine '47, Enwriqht, Patricia 38, Erbaugh, Richard ......... Erick, Jay .....,.......... Ersted, Mary .......... 92, Esposito, Charles ........ Estes, Anna .......... 178, Estes, Jackie ......... Evans, Gerald .... 40, '43,' Evans, Margaret .. 32, 38 Evers, Robert ... 46, 81 99, 178, Ewry, William . ....... 216 F Faeth Michell , e Faeth, Stanley ....,. FAIRMONT WEST BOOSTERS ...... Falvey, Mary Farris, Patricia Fauble, Mary .... 47, 91, 119, Feeback, Brenda . 48, 49, Feeman, Alexandra .. 29, 116, 122 Fellows, Margaret .. 100, 119, 233 233 215 119, 233 233 233 215 233 297 215 177 122, 215 279 293 233 263 297 177 289 233 177 119, 178 215 215 178 215 128 125, 127 215 128, 215 178 215 215 178 181, 233 125, 215 215 266 254 178 73, 233 178 74, 215 178 215 178 290 233 290 178 160 178 160 178 178 178 233 233 215 233 178 74, 215 43, 178 233 loo 119, 233 160 227 178 216 233 216 233 39, 216 261 271 179 280 216 234 116, 234 179 100, 218 233 Felt, Diane ..... ..., FELTZ OFFICE EQUIPMENT Ferguson, Carl .....,.. 95, Ferguson, Elizabeth .. 44, 77, 119, Ferguson, lan ............. Ferguson , Jerry ........... FERGUSON REALTORS .. Ferguson, Robert B. 159 Ferrigno, James .......... Fetzer, Shirley ....... 179, Fiedler, Winitred iMrs.1 .. Filcik, Kevin ....... 40, 43, Filo, Larry ........ Fincher, Robert Fine, Karen ....... fff'i43.' Finegold, Mike 23, 46, 74, 95, 99 Fink, Meredith .. 44, 102, Finkam, David Finke, David ...... Finke, Katherine . .. 5, 34, 63, 41, 43, Finninger, Walter .,., 54, Fischer, Fred ....., Fischer, Rokanne .. 14, 179, Fisher, David ............. Fisher, Rebecca ...... 125, Fisk, Carol .50, 103, 116, Flanagan, Kathleen .. 47, Flanigan, Patrick .... 108, Flatter L. Howard ........ Flavin, Terence 41, 43, 122, 151, Flayer, Paula ............, Fleitz, Ronald 95, 99, 123, 125, Flora, Ronald 46, 180, Flory, Linda .............. Flory, Sharon ...., 41, 43 100, 107 Flynn, Connie ............. Flynn, Marcia 27, 120, 123, 139, 180 Foley, Jeffery ......... Follett, Ellen lMrs.1 ...... Folz, Jeanne .... 32, 80, 81 98, 100, Fordyce, Michael ......... Forsthoff, Nancy ...,...... Forte, John .......,....... Fotherqill, Debra ......... Fowler, Bernice lMrs.1 90, 96, 154, 160 Fox, Allen .... .. 122, 123, 180 Fox, Linda ................ 234 180 234 180 89, 216 234 234 234 234 Fox, Robert ..,....... 108, France, Danny .....,...... France, Donna ............ FRANK KRONAUGE INSURANCE ..,......... 268 Frazier, George ........,.. 216 Frazier, Larry ............, 216 Frazier, Linda . 23, 38, 39 46, 79, 88, 89, 120 180 ' ' 235 Fred, Philip ............... Frederick, David .... 95, 116, 119, 180 Freeman, Douglas .. 130, 131, 216 255 Freeman, Ruth iMrs.1 160 Freier, Connie ...,........ 216 Freihoter, Dale . ..,....... 235 Freisel, Cheryl ............ 216 FRENCH CLUB ........... 100 French, Dean ....,. 53, 73, 181 Frick, Jay ................. 216 Fricke, Ronald ............ 216 FRlSCH'S ....... ..... 2 72 Fritts, Cynthia .. ...... 216 Fry, Charles .... 74, 160 Fry, Donald . ....... . 216 Fry, Ronald ............... 181 Frye, Diana ............... 181 Fryer, Connie .. 40, 43, 79, 94 Fryer, Linda .... 102, 114, 181 Fryman, Ella ............,. Fullenkarnp, Sandra ...... Fuls, Joanna .......... 92, Fulton, Yolande . 48, 91, 122, 123, 181, Funck, Leah iMiss1 ...... 160 Funderburg, Alvin .. 107, 216 Fuqett, Sherry .... 41, 43, 235 216 181 120. 248 142. 160 Funkhouser, Steven ....... 216 Furlong, Mark ............ 181 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA ...,.,.,... 93 FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS ................ 91 FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION .,.., 90 F. W. LOTZ PAPER COMPANY ..,..... 282 G Gaddis, Tony .... .,... 2 16 Gattney. William ......... 216 Gage, Douglas ....... 95, 181 Gaines, Penny ............ 235 Gallagher, Eleanor iMiss1 .... 93, 155, 161, 164 Galloway, Mark .,.... 73, 216 Galloway, Paul ........... 216 Mr. Donald Detrick directs orchestra at its 1969 VVinter Concert culminating countless hours ot practice and conscientious ettort on the part of the orchestra members Ganger, Stephen ......... Gardner, Carole .,.. 90, 141 Gardner, David 46, 49 Garlitz, Carla . ....,. . Garlitz, Garrett, Robert Vicki ............ 108, Gary, John ..... ....... Gary, Richard Gavitt, scan .... '73, Gebhart, Gary ........... Geis, S USGFI .... GENUINE AuTo"i'ielizfs" Geoghegan, Bertha . 41, George, Janet ........ 38 Gerber, Joyce lMrs.1 .... GERMAN CLUB ......... Geske, Colleen .......... Geyer, Dayne ......... 74, Geyer, Robert ........... Gibbs, Dorothy lMrs,1 ., Gilbert, Mary 44, 114, Gilbert, Reba .....,... 47, Gilbert, Robin . ....... . Gilkey, Gregg .... 36, 48, Gill, Barton ......,.., 146, Gillan, Barbara .... 102, 125 Gillan, Rebecca . 79 Gilton, Paula ...... Ginter, Doris ..... .. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION . Girlon, Robert Glass, Dana ............. Gochoel, Jettery ...... 54, Goetcheus, Betty lMrs.1 Golob, Deborah 7, 50 100, 116, 120 Goode, Deborah . 76, 77 Goode, Robert ,... 73, Goode, Goodman, Greg Goodnough, Joel Stan . ......... .. . 33, 61, 101, Gottschall, Lee ..... ,..... Gould, Daniel .. Gow, George Gowdy, E. J. lMr Grabeman, David Grady, Jon ...... Graham, Karl Graham, Lynell . Graham, Wylie . Grant, Marilyn . 111, 120 . 54,119 fff '47, 152, ..82, 83 , 128, 183 Grass, Danny .. 8, 54, 61, Grass, Donald .. 73, Graves, Charles iMr.1 .. Graves, Lawrence .... 61, Gray, William .... 23, 46 102, 111, 119 Graybill, Peter 41, 43, Green, Thomas 79, 88 117, 120, 121, 122, 138, 146 Greene, Deborah Greimann, Sally .. Gridley, Suzanne Grittin, Cathy Griffin, John .... Stephen Theodore Gritiin, Gritfin, Grimshaw, Terri . Grimsley, Melna Grisso, Janet Grisso, Tonya Griswold, Richard Grodrian, Alan . 'f.'."84f 114, 218 183, 92, 106, 94, 50, 92, 183, ..fff'i22,' Groner, Patricia ...... 43, Gross, Deborah . 49, 127, Grotz, Denise 91, 100, Grove, Roger ......... 40, Grove, Ruth .......,., 43, Grover, Carolyn . 41, 413, 1 1 Grover, Linda ,... 41, 43, 100, 119 Groves, Bruce ........... Gruber, Jean .. ..,.. 47, Gruber, Susan , ....... 51, Grueber, Arnold .......... Guise, Pamela 77, 103 183 235 161 235 235 183 183 161 91, 254 218 235 145, 161 235 74, 235 235 95, 139 183 218 102, 207 235 291 218 235 235 218 218 235 253 183 218 235 183 183 235 218 120, 183 83, 235 184 235 184 184 235 Guiley, Karen ...........,. Gunderson, David .... 28, Guthman, Kathryn lMiss1 33, 126, 138, I-I Haacke, Deborah ..... 9, 119, 1-laberer, Stephanie .. 49, Haddix, Gail ........ 113, Hahn, Barbara .... 37, 46, 90, 148 Hahn, Cynthia ..., 37, 40, 44, 46, 81 Haines, Clark J. ........ Haines, Deborah .... 154, Haines, Wesley .43, 141, Hale, Jacque ....,........ Hall, Angelynn .116, 119, Hall, Carla . 38, 128, 218, Hall, Cindy ........... 37, Hambrick, Craig . 40, 42 Hamilton, Peter , 424, I Hammel, Mark , Hammer, Karen ...... 94, 46 Hammer, Wayne . 23, , Hammond, William ...... Hammons, Harless ...... Hammons, Reginia ...... Hammons, Teresa ......... Charles Hampton, Hanauer, Judith 46, 50, Hanauer, Terry .. ..,..... .. Hanlin, Susan .40, 41, Hanner, Karen ........ 49, Hansen, Gary .. 100, 106, Hansen, Stuart . ....... .. Harbaugh, Janis .. 81, nil Hester, Randall ....... 6l, II2, Huffman, Jean ........ 46, Hunt, Karen .......... 94, Hipple, Gary .. I05, IO6, Hardesty, Charla .......,. Hardesty, Jan .... ........ Hardy, Renay tMrs.l .... Harley, Lynn .............. Harlow, Dennis ...... 2l9, Harris, Robin .... 47 I00 Harris, susan 9o,' io3,' Harrold, Karen ........... Harrutf, Mary .....,. .... Hart, Charles ............ Hart, Jane .. 79, 83, I22, Hart, John .............. . Hart, Robert ...........,. Hass, Marion ........ II9, Hastings, Pamela .... 38, II9 IOO, , Hatcher, Robert .......... Hathaway, Bruce ......... Hathaway, James .... 46, I02, III, II9 Hatton, Richard ......... Hattstaedt, Christine Hattstaedt, Dianne . 47, Hattstaedt, Paul ......... HAUER MUSIC COMPANY Hauser, Barry ..... .... Hawkins, Terry ...... .... Hayden, Leophus .. HAYDEN NORTON ...... Hayes, Linda ............. Head, Steven ............. Hecht, Deborah .... I25, Heck, Claudia ........... Heck, Victoria .... 40, 43 2I9 Hedden, Nancy .. 48, II4, Heffner, Daniel .. 46, IOI, Heisler, Marta . IOO, II9, Heistand, Lester ....,.... Heitman, Gail ........... Heitmarm, Cecilia 47, Heitzman, Ruth fMissl .. Heller, Richard .......... Helmer, Steven ....... 54, Helton, Mark ........ I22, Helton, Vickie ........... Hemker, Wilfred .... 73, Henderson, Edmund ..... Henderson, Sarah 2I9, Hendrix, Phyllis .......... Hendrix, Robert .... Henn, James ..... .. Hensley, Arnold .... Herbert, Ricky .... Hermetz, Helen .......... Hermosillo, James .. l08, 2I9 235 l6I 2l9 254 l85 235, 295 235 236 235 2l9 236 275 236 44, 235 236 236 74, 236 236 I85 l45, 236 2I9 260 2I9 236 . 87 267 2I9 236 I85, I2I 2l9 83, 27I II6, I85 23'6 236 I6l . 90 lO3, 236 IO9, I6I I85 2I9 I85 2I9 IO2, 2I9 l6I 297 236 2I9 l85 236 236 I56 l85 Generating the Dragons with IIOCX, spirit, Fairmont West's Pep Band arouses much enthusiasm and spirited excitement prior to the I969 Fairmont East West game. Hesler, Diane .... Hester, Larry .. Heywood, Sally ....... 76, H 81 H MACHINE TOOL .................. Hibbs, George 40, 43, Hickey, Barbara .. 38, 39, HIGH SCHOOL RED CROSS .................. Hike, Lois lMrs,l ......... Hildebrandt, Kathy . 38, I'Iildreth, David ....... 54, Hildreth, Joy 30, 76, l85 Hill, Melvin .. 34, 65, 67, I33, I46, I85 Hair, sherry ....... si, ssf Hillan, Paula .......... 47, Hillgruber, Dick . 49, l52, HILLTOP HOUSE ......... Himes, Harley ............ Hinchman, Hannah .. I Hinds, Milburn lMr.l l06, Hinds, Nelson ........ 44, Hinders, Michele IOO, Hinkley, Thomas .... IO9, HIPPLE, IRELAN 8: KINZER ............ Hitzeman, James .... Hively, Linda ............. HI-Y ...................... Hoel, Scott .............. Hofferberth, Carl lMr.t .. Hogan, Timothy .... II9, Hoke, James ............, Holden, Ronald .. 4I, Holland, Beverly ...... 9I, Holland, Mary ...,........ Hollander, Stuart ......... Hollins, John ......... 54, Holloway, Charlott ....... IO0 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB .................. Homer, Frances lMrs.l .. Homer, Marion . .... I06, 236 Honaker, Sharon lMissl . Hoover, Alice . IOO, I22, Hopkins, Barbara ...63, II9 Hopkins, Steven . 4..... .. Hoppe, Richard .. 62, 73, Horch, Vickie .. ....... .. Horn, Dianne ............. Horne, Douglas .. 4I, 42, Horning, Barbara ......... Horning, Patricia .... 92, Horrell, Dee .......... 47, Horrell, Jack . 27, 87, Houck, Sue ............ Houseworth, Sue 40, 43 I22 Hovey, Susan .... 46, I22, Howard, James 46, 49 HOWARD JOHNSON'S . Howell, Thomas .......... Howerton, David ......... Hucke, Barbara .... ..... Hudson, Deborah 47, Huff, Dennis .............. Huff, Lovanna ............ Hutfer, Bruce .. 46, 74, 75, Huffman, Lean .......... Hulsey, Joan ............. IB6 Hulsman, Marcia . 22, 40, 43, 44, I20, I27 Hurnes, James .. .... Jackson, Dixie 4l, I20, Jackson, Gary ............ Jackson, Patricia ......... Kelly, Mary ............... Kemp, Alan .... 40, 42, 43 95, IO9, II6, II7, I20, I52 Kemp, Geoffrey .... IO2, Kemp, Pamela .... 36, 46 9I, II6, I20, l2l, I22, I3I, I35, Kemper, Maureen . 35, 76 83, 88, 9l, 97, I20, I2I Kempfer, Diane . 9l, I20, Kern, Marilyn .,........... Kerr, Betty . ..,.,..... IOO, Kershner, Marilyn .. 4, 23, 39, 46, I00, II4, II5, I34, I35, Kesling, David .... 36, 40 I24, Ketchum, Teri . I02, III, KETTERING CAR WASH ....... . .......... KETTERING-OAKWOOD TIMES .................. KELTSRING VILLAGE KETTERING YMCA ....... Ketzel, Diane .... 49, I22, Keyton, Raymond .... 54, Kilbane, Kevin ....... . 46, Kilbane, Richard .... I88, Kimberlain, Larry ......... Kimble, Steven ....,. lO5, Kimbler, Karen Kincaid, James .. King, Douglas . .... King, Mark .............. Kingrey, Fred lMr.l ...... Kingsley, Barbara ..... Kingsley, Chester ......... Kingston, Paula .... Kirby, Timothy ....... KIRCHER, HELTON, COLLETT ............... Kirchmer, Brian ....... Kirkland, Earl .. I06, IO7, Kiser, Peggy .... 9I, IOI, Kisling, Stephen .... I25, Klase, Melinda ........... Jackson, Phyllis .. 38, 44, I86 Jackson, Randy ........... Jackson, Robert .......... Jacobs, Clarence .... . Jakes, Andrea 77, 83, II9, II6, James, Jacqueline ....... Jameson, Alan ......... .. Janes, Robert . II6, I46, Janning, Timothy IO9, J. C. PENNEY COMPANY ...... ..... JEMIMA RUSSELL ........ Jenkins, Mariorie .... 47, Jewell, Marc .. I7, 34, 62 99, I20, I22, I38 I86 Ja.LRAoioarv..' .... . JOHN RODERER SHOES .......... Kline, Kathy ......... I24, Kling, Gregory 54, 72, 95, IBB Kneidl, Jean .............. Kneidl, John ......... I89, Knight, Gary . 46, 54, 99, Knoblock, Michael 44, Kochli, Dale .............. Koerner, Thomas ...... 54, Kohl, Robert .. I6, 34, 54, Kohler, Lynn ..... 46, l89, Kohler, Richard 23, 46, 73, 95, Koller, Robert .... 54, 99, Kolp, Ted ................. Konicki, Norma ........... Korczynski, Doris Korkegi, Paulette II4, Korosei, Victoria .... IOO, Kosta, George ...... ..... Kramer, George .... Johnson, Cindy .... Johnson, Mark ....... . Johnson, Patricia Johnson, Paula ....... Johnson, Sherry ....... Johnson, Timothy Johnston, Dorothy Hurt, Diane IO9, l2I, I25, I44, l45,l86 Hutchinson, Alan ........ 236 Hutchinson, John lMrs.l .............. 93, Jones, Clarence ...... IO8 Jones, Gregory ....... Hutchinson, Sherry .. l55, Hutchison, Steven .... 74, Hutton, Gary ..,. 49, 99, I22, Ilo, Eugenia .............. lmig, Mariorie ........ 83 IMPERIAL FOODTOWN . IMPERIAL HOUSE MOTELS .,.............. lngersol, Stephen .....,... INTER-CLUB COUNCIL :NTERNATIONAL Tool. .f' iss lrelan, Kim ....... 49, lrelan, Timothy 54, 70, Ireland, Kaye ......... 38, lreton, Michael ....... 74, J Jackson, Dean .... 43, 54 Jones, Janet I22, l39, Jones, Juanita ...... .. 50, Jones, Michael 40, 43 I2O Jones, Robert Jones, Vickie ...... .... Jordan, Janet ....... .. JOSEPH WILLIAMS REALTOR .... ....... . .. JOSTEN'S .......... Judd, Karen . ........ . Judd, Larry ............... Judge, Lynn .... II4, II6, JUNIOR COUNCIL ON WORLD AFFAIRS ....,. Karns, K Cynthia .. 9l, II2, Karns, Gregory .,...... 74, Kaylor, Keller, william .. ss, ss, 130, Judith ..... 15, 33, II6, I30 Kelly, Jane , 79, l02 II4 us, ids, 187 Kelly, Martha ............. Kramer, John ............. Krapf, Leslie , ............, Krebs, Donald ............ Kreiger, Jeanne 44, 83, Kreitzer, Keith .....,.. 73, Krieger, Diane .... 77, 78, II6. Krieger, Regina ......,..,. Kritzer, Robert iMr.l .. 60, l5l, Kronbach, Karen lMrs.l .. Kronour, Randall .... ,. 28, I22, Krug, Donald ..... ...... Krumholtz, John Krynzel, Carol ........, 79, Kuehn, John .............. Kuhn, Gary ............... Kuhn, Nancy . 38, 8I, II9, Kukland, Earl ......... Kuldau, Joseph lMr.l l38, Kuntz, Pat ................ Kurtz, Diane .. 44, 76, 82, Kurz, Richard ....i... IO5, L Labarr, James ........ 65, Lachey, Susan .... 9I, 94, I22, Lackey, Lara . I3, 26, 97, I2I, I23, Ladd, James ............. Lahr, Gunvar .... 46, 89, II4, II6, I23, Laird, Victor' ..... Lamberth, Charles .. Lambright, Carolyn . Lance, Karen ............ Land, Gregory .. 46, l00, Landrum, Beverly ........ Lane, Gary ......... Lane, James ............. LANG CHEVROLET ...... Langenkamp, Joseph .... Lantis, Eugene ....... I53, Large, Steven .,.......... Larger, Carol .........r... Larger, Sharon ........ 96, Larger, Shirley ......r. 96, Lashley, William . 28, 4l, I47, Latham, James . 50, l02, II3, II4, II6, l23 Lathrop, Mark 33, II9, LATIN CLUB ...........,. Lawson, Diana 35, 78, 83, 97, Lawson, Fred .... 4l, 43, II7, II9 Lawson, Kerry . 40, 43, 44 II7 Lawson, Laurie .... 77, 78 I22 Layman, Shelia ........... Leakas, James 4l, 43, Leatherman, Larry .,.. 4l, 44 Lecklider, Mark . 74, II3, 143, 220, Lecklider, Todd ...,....... Leen, Steven ..........,... Leeson, Thorpe ........ 74, Letf, Harriet .... 78, lO2, 114, II6, II7, 119, Leggett, Bobby .......... Leggett, Kenneth ......... Lehman, Robert ..... Lehman, William ........ LEIBOLD'S TEM TEE INN ..................,. Leighty, Robert ........... Lemay, Helen .... 50, 88, U II4, II6, II7, l20 Backstage at the senior class play "Blithe Spirit, Less1s, Thomas ............ Levy, Joyce .,........ l48, Lewis, Gary ........... 54, Lewis, Karen .... 38, l08, Lewis, Karen Sue ....1 47, Lewis, Sandra .. II6, I2l, Lewis, William .. 46, I22, Licata, Michael . 24, I22, Light, Theodore .......... Lilley, Michael . I02 , Ill, Lindamood, Cynthia ..... , II9 II4, II6 Lindquist, Gerald Linebaugh, Ted 54, 99, Linklater, Jack ............ Linsker, Jeffrey ........ 46, Liu, Melinda .... 90, IOI, 113, 117, 134, 137 Lively, James ....... Livingston, David ......... Locklear, Beverly LOGAN'S STUDIOS Long, Rex ................ Lorton, Deborah . 47, 48, Lovelace, Sandra ......... LOWE BROTHERS .. Lowery, Steve ......... 54, Lowndes, Melissa II3, Luckman, Allen .. 74, l09, Lucas, John ............. Luke, Janet . 47, 90, IOO, Lust, Gregory ............ Luther, Peter .. 52, 54, 55, 65, 67, 68, 69, 99, Luttrell, Janet ....... II8, Lutz, Gary ........... I09, Luyben, John ll2, II6, Lybrook, Priscilla IOO, Lyons, Charles 48, 109, M Mack, c11ff15r1 . 105, Mack, Ronald ........ Mackelprang, Linda .. Macpherson, Robert .. Macy, Ann ....... 90, Madden, Marcia .... I I4, I I6, Madliger, Richard Madliger, Ronald Madole, Vickie .. 30, II6, II9, Maeder, Richard .. 46, Maess, Ann . 50, II3, Magruder, Jane ..... .. Mahtouz, Jeanne .,.. l89 l89 237 220 220 239 I89 220 255 239 I89 239 220 l89 I89 I22, 220 I I I, I89 220 l03 79, 220 l I6, 239 95, l90 83, 239 220 l02, 22l 43, 239 I I9, 239 . 74 239 l90 IO3, l90 220 239 239 239 292 l62 II3, l90 239 190 220 220, 239 249 220 220 239 I90 239 94, 220 220 220 239 l90 1 12, 190 221 239 239 264 190 l90 239 289 190 220, 270 221 l58 135, 190 239 62, 220 190 239 190 239 220 22l l90 l90 22l 239 IOO, 221 239 99, l90 II4, l9O l9I, 295 l9l l9l I2l, l9l Mahr, Ted ................ Malone, James 54, MaLoon, Erma IMrs.I Maloon, Stephen . 54, Manchester, Webster Manis, Cheryl ......... 65, 95, 93, Manney, Linda . .......... . Manning, Donald ........ , Mantia, Cynthia , .... . 94, Mantia, Larry ............. Manzo, John ........ .. 73, MARCHING BAND .. 40 MARINOLE PARK ........ Marquardt, Linda .... 80, Bl, 76, I22, Marras, William ....... Marshall, Carleen .... II4, II6, 120, Martin, Carol ....,.... Martin, Christine Martin, Mark Martin, Peter ...... 91, 149 47, Martin, Ronda ............ Martinson, Debbie I4, 30, l20, I9I, Mason, Judith ....... I92 Massa, Michael .... l02, Mass1e, Jill ....... ...... Massullo, Robert , .. . Mastbaum, John . ......... Mastriana, Stephen .. Mastriana, Susan .... MATERIALS HANDLING ..... . MATH CLUB ......... Matheny, Michael .... Matta, Diane ........ Matta, Michael ....... Mattingly, John Maus, Frank ..,. Ill, Maxwell, Nan ......... .. 54, May, Robert .......... Mayabb, Charles ...... Mayer, Carol . Sl, 9l, Mayes, John .......... Mazak, Sandra ........ MCAFEE PONTIAC McClellan, Georgeen . 76, 77, McConkey, June ...... McConnell, Robert McConnell, William .. McCoppin, Pamelali. I. Mccormic, Charles .I McCormick, Sheila McCoy, Josephine iMrs.J ..........,... McCoy, Richard ....... 40, 105, 45, I22, I54, 54, 99, I43, 96, 94, 73, 95, 47, 120, 47, 63, 125 19, 46, McCreight, David ........ McCreight, Ronald McDaniel, Kathleen .. McDaniel, Terry ....... 34, 192, McDermott, Maureen .. 63, I43 I00, McEvoy, Ralph ........ McGrath, Elaine iMrs .J. Mclntosh, David .......... MEYER BOEHMER FUNERAL 287 HOME ....,..,.....,.... Michaels, Denise .......... Micklos, James 54, 70, Middleton, Dena ......... MIKE LOGSDON REALTOR ..........,.... Miles, Stephen 54, 74, 99 Milkereit, Deborah .. IOZ, Miller, Barbara ........... Miller, Carol .... 94, IOO, Miller, Dan ...... ..... 4 7, Miller David ............. Miller: Deborah ....... 90, Miller , Gary ., ..... . .... .. Miller, Joseph ............ Miller, Lynn ...... 38, II9, Miller, Mark .............. Miller, Mary ......,....... Miller, Pamela 29, 47, Miller, Paul .... Miller, William II8, Mills, Stephen . ...... . Minge, Curtis .. Minnich, James ....... 54, Minnich Susan 78, 79 Mills, John ..... Minshall, Blanche .. Mitchell, Ardelia ......... Mitchell, Eli .,............ Mitchell, Paul ...... 6l, 62, 99, Mittag, Catherine ......,. Moehring, Lynne ...... 46, Mohanco, Madeline 6, 114, 115, 122, 131, 222, Mohr, Gerald ............. Mohr, John .......... l4l, Moll, E MOLER'S BELMONT DAIRY .................. Moline, Carolyn .. 48, 78, II6, II7, l68 FIC ................ Moncriet, Donald ......... Moninger, Joyce 43, II9, Monnier, Eugene IO6, II8, Monnin, Charles ...... 5l, Monschke,gPatrice 48, 119, Mclntyre, Randolyn ..40, 44, I27 McKay, Roy ....... 6l, 99, McKee, Scott ............. McKnight, Daniel ...93, 26l McMillan, Evelyn iMr5.i ......... II6, 147, McQueen, William .. 89, McRoberts, Philip McSherry, Linda ...... McTighe, Margo ...... Meadows, Kirk 22, I93 M ECKSTROTH REGER SHADE SHOP 258 47, 50, 45, 78 Montgomer, Charles Montgomery, Mark Moon, Robert ..... Mooney, Colleen .. Moore, Diane .... Moore, Donald .. Moore, James Moore, John .,... Moore, Lauren ..... I03, Moore, Pamela ,. ..... .. Moore, Shelly ..........,.. Moran, Timothy .... 65, Morgan, Charles . 69, 70, Morgan, Lonnie ........... Morgan, Rebecca . 33, 38, 46, Morgan, Theda ........... Morris, Roger ........ MORRIS 5. soNs Fuueiiieli HOME .................. Morrison, Deborah Mortimer, Carole .... Medley, Pamela . 29, 46, I22 Meeks, Nancy ........ IOO, Mekley, Pamela ....... Melson, Thomas .. 54, 70, Merker, Robert ........... Merrell, William .. 32 65, Merrill, Christina .... Merrill, Robert .... .. Mescher, Walter ......... Messer, Brenda ...... Ill, Metzger, Gwendolyn ..... I00 Meuser, Linda 49, 51, II6, I93 II4, l30 93,' Mosher, James ........ 34, Moss, Jerry ............... Mott, Penelope iMissI .. 77 Muehlstein, Krista ........ Mullen, Constance .. 47, Mullen, Michael ..... l35, Muller, Kristine ....... 94, Mumpower, Marcia 94, II4, II6, l20 I35, Murari, David ............ Murphy, Lawson .... .... Murphy, Patricia .......... Murphy, Thomas .......... Murray, Kathleen ......... MUTUAL OF OMAHA .. Myers, Cynthia 38, 47, Myers, Debra ....... 8, 6l, Myers, Douglas .... 8, 6l, N Nagle, Reid .... ....... Nangle, Sharon .....,. 47, Naso, Cherly ......... NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ............. 222 240 240 27I 95, 222 220 240 240 I93 240 24I 222 24I 24I I22 222 I22, 223 I93 24I I93 24I 222 222 83, 24I I93 I93 222 73, 193 241 241 50, 270 157 222 261 79, I93 193 I93 115, 241 109, I93 193 114, 222 241 193 241 24I 24I I93 222 222 241 241 l95 222 130, 153 195 39, 222 241 222 279 1 15, 195 222 195 I95 75, 153 241 1 15, 222 l95 195 IOO, l95 222 '57 l95 24I 24I 278 195 24I 24I 222 222 24I I22 Naudasher, Ronald ....... Nazak, Patricia .. 48, 90, Neet, Jettery ............. Nett, Jerry ........... I43, Nett, Ralph .... l05, l06, I95, Nett, Sue ............. 26, Neibert, Philip ........ 99, NEI L'S HERITAGE HOUSE ....,............ Nelson, Rick .............. Nelson, Robert l8, 23, 25, 27, 46, 88, I22, l23, IS7, I95, Nelson, Sheila .. 38, IOO, II9, I30, l38, ISO, 222, Nelson, Thomas .......... Nett, Kay .....,.....,.... Neubert, Nancy ..... 5l, I22, l27, I3l Neville, John ..... 54, 99, Newlin, Suzanne .... Newnam, Jeanne .....,.. Niehus, Carol ..., 49, 77, II4, I22 Nishimura, Julie .. 38, 8l, Nishimura, Michael ., 99, Noble, David ......... 54, Nolan, Jane E. iMrs.i .. Nolan, Michael I5, 33 58, 99, I2l, l23, I96 Nolte, Janice ..... 32, 63 I3l, 22l, 222 Nordguest, Carol ..... Nordouest, David ....... Norris, Daniel ........... Norris, Jessica .. 76, 234, Norris, Timothy .. 43, 46, Northup, Gary .. 88, l02, Norton, Elizabeth lMrs.l ..........,.. I49, Nugent, Gary .... ...... Nyitray, Dennis .... l95 II8, l95 24I I63 l07, 222 l87 222 296 241 24, I38, 203 1 15, 233. 292 241 195 II7, 176 222 II4, I96 24I l02, I96 24I l20, I96 222 I2l, I63 54, 259 87, 260 I96 24I 24I 24I 222 222 I63 24I 24I O O'8anion, Robin ...... O'Brien, Molly ..,.... 40, 24I 284 Obryan, Linda ........ 93, 222 Oerke, Nancy .. l02, Oeter, Linda . 42, 93, Oeuvrard, Deborah .. Offensend, David OFFICE OVERLOAD Ogg, Denise ........ Ogle, Leslie .... II6, 241 95, II8, II9, I96 47, 224 44, 100, 221 297 ....224 ..,..24l OHIO BELL .............. 278 Oliver, William Oliver, William C. .. l02, OPTICAL FASHION ...... 292 II9, I96 224 ORCHESTRA , .......... 44, 45 Orme, Marilyn ...... O'Rourke, Chris .... O'Rou:'ke, Patric , 49, 95, II6, I97 Osborne, Michael ........ I97 Osterteld, Dennis .... . 224 Osterteld, Paul ...... I97, 224 269, one, William . 197, Overholser, Steven .. Owen, Sandra .. 48, Owens, Judy .... II3 Owsley, Roger ...,.. Oxendine, Herbert . Oxley, Karen ........ Oxley, Robert ..... P Paddock, Patricia 46, I22 l23, l3l Paddock, Penny .... Pal'aise, Pamela . Bl Caldwell prepares scrambled eggs as tood I97 47 275, 290 . .... I63 IOO, I22, 224 , I38, 224 24I 224 I97 I59 . 38, 39, , I97, 200, 290 100, II9, 24I, 247 , 93, 102, '24I " Kathy props. Roush, Chester A. .. ..... . Slusser, Michael .. 24, Ringer, Deborah 1Mrs.1 Palmer, Chris .... ....... 2 41 Palmer, Dennis ........... 241 Palmer, Donna .... 31, 38, 81, 119, 241 Pancoast, Chris 32, 56, 65, 66, 99, 224 Pancoast, Patrick . 37, 87, 88, 89, 119, 120, 122, 123, 197, 135 Pansing, Michael ......... 197 Panstingel, Francis ........ 157 Parker, Jannelle . 112, 113, 97 Parker, Linda ......... 44, 241 Parker, William ....... 61, 224 PARIGMOOR RESTAURANTS 283 Parks, Frank ......... 159 Parks, Lee ................ 241 Parrott, Deborah . 77, 79, 33, 41 Paskin, Teresa ,....... 127, 197 Patrick, Brenda .......... 224 Patrick, Judith . 44, 118, 120, 197 Patrick, Michael .......... 224 Patterson, Dan . 74, 100, 122, 224 Patterson, Michael 34, 74, 99, 197 Patterson, Roger .... 101, 224 Patton, Brenda 47, 197 Paulson, Barbara .,... 197 Payne, James .... ..... 2 24 Pean, Beverly ............. 224 Pearman, Michael 108, 197 Pence, Jennifer ....... 119, 241 PENNY MOTORS ......... 282 PEP CLUB ............ 98, 241 Percitield, Ann .. ....... 224 Perkins, Billey ............. 197 Perkins, Helen ..,.... 113, 224 Perry, Alan .... ....... 2 24 Perry, Glenn .............. 241 Perry, Shirley ............. 197 PET 8: GARDEN SHOP .. 297 Petry, Diana . 38, 44, 122, 225 Peyton, John ......... . 65, 225 Pflaum, Paul ..... ....... 2 42 Pflum, Terry ....... .... . 242 PHIL 8: JERRY'S FOODARAMA 290 Phillips, Robert .... 198 PHOTOGRAPHY 118 PHOTOLEO .............. 293 Picciano, Timothy ......... 242 P. K. HOME SHOPPING CENTER ................ 284 Plummer, Abigail 122, 242 Plummer, Clinton ......... 198 Plummer, Judith .... . 242 Plummer, Melinda 198 POELKING LANES .. 297 POEPPELME1ER'S PAINTS .......... 278 Poethig, Richard .... . 242 Pohle, Stephen ........ 242 POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB.. .........,....... 116 Porter, David ., ........... 242 Porter, Gary .... ,.... 2 24, 225 Poston, Gregory .......... 242 Pottenger, Timothy . 120, 134, ' 135, 198 Potter, Ray ............... 163 Poulter, Kathy 93, 224, 225 Powders, Patricia 100, 225 Powell, Paula .... 50, 154, 242 Powers, Linda ............ 242 Powers, Rebecca .... 145, 242 Preisser, Gary ............ 163 Preston, Kathleen .... 46, 242 Preuss, Robert .... 41, 43, 242 Price, James .......... 70, 242 Price, Jerri ....... . 242 Price, Pamela .... 94, 242 Price, Ralph .... ...... 1 63 Price, Sara ...... .... 1 98 Price, Scott ....... 54, 58 Prichard, Kenneth ......... 198 Priest, Dale ............... 198 Proctor, James ...... 109, 225 Proffit, Claude . ........ 225 Proftit, Mark ............. 198 Profitt, Janet ..... 38, 39, 46, 242, 251 Pryor, Henry .......... 46, 242 Puls, Pamela .... 47, 154, 242 Purcell, James ............ 225 Purdy, Vanessa .. 86, 101, 114, 116, 242, 266 Puterbaugh, Darlann . 198, 81 Pyper, Deborah .. 49, 198, 287 Quant1, Victoria 225 QUILL AND SCROLL ..., OUINIUS GRAPHIC ARTS ...........,....... R Ra by, Karla ..... .... RAD1O AND ELECTRONICS .... .... Rahn, Douglas .... .... Raita, Valerie Ramey, Charles ..... .... Ramsey, David ............ Raney, Robert 51, 109, Rankin, Cliff .............. Ransdell, Donald .... 198, Rasor, Julia ......, 50, 81, Rasor, Thomas 73, 225, Ray, Beverly .....,.. ...... RAY BRYANT'S CHEVROLET .... .... RAY'S FLORIST ........... Ray, Michael ............. Rayburg, William . 54, 58, 99, Rea, Karen ............... Readnower, Douglas .. 89, 198, Readnower, Jeffrey Reagan, Marguerite . 47, Redder, Theresa .... 102, Redenbaugh, Carol . 198, Redrnon, Leslie ...... 119, Reed, John .. 40, 43, 225, Reger, Jeffrey ............ Reinert, Janene ........... Reinke, Dianne .... 38, 39, 51, 100, Rembold, Paul 46, 73, Remnant, David .... 120, Remnant, Donald ..... 111, Remnant, Dorothy 50, RENAULT OF DAYTON . Retter, Bobbie 46, 51, Rooney, Margaret tMiss1 .................. 163 93, 94 Rose, Brenda .....,...., Rose, Nancy ROSEMAN'S Rosenberger, Debra ...... 119, 230 Rosengarten, Randall .... 125414, John ....... 74, 240, Roth, Karen ........... 94, ROTH OFFICE EQUIPMENT Rothaar, Robin . B3, 100, 119 ROUTSONG FUNERAL HOME .................. Rowland, Fonda .......... Rover, Robert .. 54, 65, 67 99, 147, 255, Rubin, Jewell .... 47, 100, Ruclcman, Robert .... 46, Ruef, 'Barbara .... 38, 46, Ruekel, Beverly 46, 93, Ruff, Debra ............... Rupel, Richard ............ Rushman, Richard ......... RUSSIAN CLUB ........,. Ryan, Robert .... .... 9 9, Ryan, William ........ 46, S Sachleben, Roger . 54, 57 62 99 Saettel, Wanda . 93, 113, Sakornbut, Richard .100, Sallee, Rebecca .......... Sallee, Trudy ............. Salts, Thomas ............. Sanchez, Constance . 90, Sando, Virginia 47, 63, 138, 140, 224 Sando, William .. 40, 43, Sartin, Steven 41, 43, Sassen, Earl .......... 109, Sauer, James Saunders, Patricia ........ Saunders, Steven Savage, Deborah ..... 47, 242 BAKERY 286 Scott, Richard ........ 49, Scudder, David .. 49, 99, 201 Search, William . 41, 43, Sebastian, Pat . ........... Sebe rt, Ha rriet ........... Seeberger, Gene .. 6, 25, 134 Seidel, Arnelle ..... ...... Seidel, Clarence ...... 74, Seller, Gregory ....... 74, Semelsberger, Jack ....i. Sentell, John Servis, Robert Sessler, Cu rtis Sewak, Steven Sexton, Danny Sexton, Ruth . Sexton, Susan Seyler, Jeffrey 55, 67, 513, 99 IO4, 85, 151, 48, 91, 94, 47, 133, Shaeffer, Douglas .... 54, Shafer, Gayle Reynolds, Janice .. 40, 43, 123, 224, RHYTHMETTES 38, 39, Rice, David ,....... ....... Rice, Rosemary ........... Richard, John 105, Richards, Claire ....... 83, Richards, Gary ........... Richardson, Barney 40, Richardson, Linda .... 43, 120 Richey, Virginia 1Mrs.1 .. Ridd, Walter .40, 43, 95, Sawyer, Marc ......... 73, Sayer, Constance 81, Rieger, Steven ............ Riel, Eugene .............. Rike, Edward 49, Rike, Warren .......,..... Riley, Deborah .... 40, 43, Riley, John .. 40, 43, 119, Riley , Kathleen 23, 43, 44 116 120 122 1 . . . 23. 172 Schaerer, Connie ...... 18 120, 122, 123, 172 Schaeublin, Bruce .... 46, Schafer, Sarah .....,...... Schaffer, Chris 43, 95, 116, 152 Schaffer, Mark ....... 100, Schalnat, Walter ......... Scharrer, Richard 119, Schellhase, Bona .... sa, 201 Srherbauer, John Schiewetz, Kenneth 74, Schlager, Alan Schlemer, James . 70, 71, Schlenbaker, Kris ......... SCHLIENZ 8: MOORE .. Schmidt, Alice . 101, 113, Schmidt, Christy .... 91, Shafer, Jane .... .... 5 0, Shahan, Cindy .... ...... Shain, Kathy .............. Shampton, Jonatha 2, SHANNON BUICK .,..... Shannon, Debbie 131, Shannon, Robert ...... 46, Shantz, Gloria 38, 44, 120, 122, 123, 131 Sharp, Linda 92, 121, 202, Sharpe, Robert .. 99, 126, Shartle, Gary 54, 215, Shedden, Lorrainne ....... Shedden, William ........ Shepard, Gerald .. 89, 95, 115, 119, 120, 122, 133, 202 Shepherd, Gayle .... 51, Sherer, Geoffery .......... Sherwood, Paula ...... 38, Sherwood, Ronald .... 46, Shikenianski, Dan ........ . Shock, Bruce .......... 54, Shoemacher, David .. 54, Short, William ........... Shrader, Patricia Shultheis, Kathleen .. 91, 120 Sibert, Janet ..... ...... Sideroff, Linda .... ..... Siler, Janice .......... 47, Sima, James .............. Simmerman, Richard Simons, Charles Simpson, James ....... 14, . .. .. 109, Simpson, Steven .......... Sims, Karen ..... .,.. 4 6, Sipe, Gregg .... .. 95, Sizemore, Larry Skanen, William .......... SKI CLUB ................. Skidmore, Robert ....,.... 30, 54, 62, 95, 99, 119 1 Riley, Nancy ........ ..... Rinehart, Sharon ...... 51, Riner, Edward Riner, Rex ........ , . . . . Risely, Lee Allen ......... Smith, Alan .......... 109, Ritchie, Jennifer Ritter, Carl ....... 70, 71 Rix, Christy ............... Roach, J Robbins, Roberson 5115 112, 120, 140 Dale 44, 105, , Carol .... . .... Roberts, Donald .. 40, 44 102 Roberts, Fonda .......... Roberts, George Roberts, Kenneth .. Roberts, Wanda June 1Mrs.l 155, Robertson, Anne . 49, 96, Robinson, Charlotte Robinson, James ......... Robinson, Ronald ........ Robinson, Sharon 199, Rodgers, Dana ........... Rodgers, Mark ....... 225 RODGERS PONTIAC Roekken, Robert ......... Ro ero Nicholas g , ........ Rogers, Brian ......... 50 Rogers, Danny ........... , Romer, Robert 40, 43, Schmidt, Jill .... 94, 120, Schmidt, Kathryn ......... Schmidt, Susan ........... Schneider, Claudia Schneider, Nancy Schneider, William 47, Schoen, Debra ..... Schonsheck, Ann ...... 46 Schonsheck, Bonnie .. 46, 120, 123, 132 Schonsheck, Stephanie .. Schrager, Alan ....... .. Schrancl, Michael Schroaf, Scott ........... Schubeler, David Schubert, Deborah ....... Schuler, Portia 38, 39, 122 .....54, Schwob, Sharon .... .... SCIENCE CLUB ......... Scimone, Kathryn 100, Scott, David .... Scott, Gary ...... Scott, Jack ......... .... Scott, Jerry Wayne .. Scott, Lowell ..... Smith Alane .... 46, 100, 49, Smith, Beverly ....... . .... Smith, Catherine ......... Smith, David ........ 113, Smith, David K. .. 54, 99, Smith, David L. . 34, 54, Smith, Doug .. .. Smith, Frank ....,.. ..,. Smith, Gary L. .......... . Smith, Gary W. . 29, 116, Smith, Howard .,..... 46, Smith, James ............. Smith, Jeanni Smith, Leslie ., Smith Linda . .. Smith Mabel Smith, Michael ........,.. Smith, Nancy J. ..... 41, 141 Smith, Nancy R. .... 131, 204, 207 Smith Philip . 40, 49, 95, Smith, Sharon .... 100, 119 Smith, Shelia .. ........ .. Smith Steven .........,.,. Smith Virginia ,....... 96 Smith William .. 43, 138, 99, 201 120, 203 122, 201 244 156 47, 163 201 226 244 226 244 69, 226 244 226 226 120, 201 226 244 74, 226 229 201 201 201 38, 201 269 201, 269 226 93, 296 131, 253 226 226, 254 202 225 ' 99, 188, 277 124, 202 244 226 54, 226 202 244 202 244 202 1 14, 202 202 226 226 163 109, 244 226 226 . 43 202 202 244 202 1 19 202 46, 202 244 202 226 244 163 202 102 202 203 244 244 226 203 . 92 226 244 245 156 245 120, 203 203, 290 124, 203 245 245 205 245 14s 153 Srnitley, Rebecca ........., Snead, James ...... 2, 41, 122 Snyder, Leslie ......... 46 Snyder, Lois ..... 92, 102, Snyder, Mary ...... 38, 46, 104, 116, 203 Snyder, Timothy 54, 70, Sobottke, Ruth ....... 101, Sollenberger, Gail .... 46 100, 122 Sommer, Judith ........ 83 Sorah, Marlene ....,...... Sosriowski, Karen ...,.. IE SOUTH DAYTON HOME FURNISHINGS ......,.. Sowder, David ............ Spahr, Rebecca .,.. 15, 34, 131, 204 Spalt, Patricia ............ SPANISH CLUB ,.......... Sparks, Alicia ............ Sparks, Larry ...... 95, 109 Sparks, Rex ................ Spaulding, Sally .. 93, 154 Spears, Dennis ............ Spellmeyer, Susan ..... 48, Spencer, Eva ..,... ...... Spencer, James Spradlin, Bill .... ........ Springer, Terry ........ 54, St. Felix, Carey ........... Stacey, Gary ...... 54, 73 Stamas, James 23, 46, 74, 95, 99, 184 Stanley, Charles .......... Stanley, David ............ Stanley, Keith .. 74, 101, 107, 120 Stanley, Robert ........... Stansell, Kenneth ......... Stanton, Sue .... 50, 113, Stanz, Martha , ........... Stanze, Priscilla .... 100, STATE FIDELITY .. .... .. Staubus, Susan ........... Stauter, James .....,..... Stauter, Mark .... 46, 74, Steeley, Lee Anna 90, Steininger, Jane .... 100, Steininger, Judith .. 122, Steinke, Patricia .......... Stemple, Charles . 40, 43, STENGER'S FORD ........ Stephenson, Debra 92, Sternberg, Barbara 47 Sternberg, Terri .. 49, 94, Stevens, Kevin ............ Stewart, Charion lMrs.l , Stewart, Laurie . ......... . Stewart, Merle ........ 54, Stewart, Vicki .. .... .. Stichweh, Nancy Stidam, Jimmy ........... Stidham, John ............ Stiles, Harwood , 36, 99, Stiver, Bruce .... ........ Stoter, Robert ........ 74, Stokes, Benny ............. Stolzenberger, Adam .... Storck, Judith ............ Stork, Stephen 70, Storrs, Kathryn .. .... 76, Story, Gleesoa .... ..... Strasser, Barbara .... 94, Strathearn, Patric ,... 51, 122 Stringham, Scott ......... Strobino, Nan .... 54, 81, Strobino, Norman .... 16, 62, 99, Stroop, Jon .............. Strouth, Aimee ........... Strouth, Emily Ann ....... Strub, Jacque ............ Stuck, James ............. STUDENT COUNCIL ...... Stull, Mildred ............ Stump, Jeffrey .. 54, 230, Sullivan, Maureen ......... Sultzbach, Richard ........ Sumner, Beverly ....... 51, Sumner, Patricia ......... . Suro, Kristy .... 122, 230, Swaab, Carolyn ...... 100, Swabb, David ............ Swank, Suzette ........ 47, Swartzel, Robert .... 12, 203 105. 203 245 203, 261 sa, 291 245 245 91, 225 204 226 94, 204 255 245 63, 307 204 102 245 204 245 204 245 226 245 204 204 225 245 226 54, 226 245 245 105, 204 226 . 73 120, 205 245 1 17, 226 261 226 245 225 122, 225 245 127, 226 205 245 265 205 a 1, 226 245 245 153 225 245 227 245 221 108 135, 205 245 226 205 245 205 245 227 157 245 75, 207 205 212, 227 55, 205 227 227 227 227 205 . sv 157 245 227 163 245 245 245 245 205 245 205, 227 Swarfzel, Thomas .... 6l, Sweaff, Gary ...... Sweeney, Pafricia . ..... . Sweef, Jill ................ Swelerrnan, Susan .. IO6,? Swick, Conslance ........ SYMPHONIC BAND .. 42 T 1 Taberf, Linda . IO2, Tackeff, Elby ............. Tallberg, Muffy 34, 76, 205, 260, Tamplin, Nancy ........... Tarzinski, George .... 95, I46, Taie, Sue ................. Taulbee, Sherry . IIO, Ill, Taylor, Ann ........,.. 78, Tayior, Donna . 40, 43, 44 Taylor, Kalherine .... 47, II4 Taylor, Peggy .... ......... Telcher, Roberl 40, 43, Tesrner, Linda .... Tesmer, William .. Thacker, Roberf .. THE INN .......... THESPIANS ......... .... THOMA CONTACT 229 Zimmerman, Neal Wooley, Lawrence LENS ............. ....,. Thomas, Jean lMrs.l .... Thomas, Lynne ..........A. Thomas, Paula ........ 93, Thomas, Richard .. 28, 43, I22 Thomas, Rudolf ........... Thompson Joseph .. Thompson, Ronald .. Thompson, Shirley ........ Thompson, Tom ....... 84, TOWN 81 COUNTRY BUSIN ASSOCIATION ..,....... TOWN 81 COUNTRY FLORIST ...... . ......... TOWN 81 COUNTRY SUNOCO ............... Thornhill, Beverly ...... 5l IOO, I22, I57, Thornlon, Michelle ........ Thurman, Jason ........... Thygerson, Debra . 46, 49, IO2, l20 TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME .................. Todd, Roberf .... 49, TOP T.V. ....... ..... . TOP VALUE .... .... TORCH AND KEYSTONE ..... .... Tormey, Michael Trace, Jeffrey .... 43, Trace, Sharon ...... ...... Trauger, Crisfie .......... Treon, Julia ........... 90, Trickler, Cheryl .. Bl, 89, Triffon, Roberf 54, 73, Trimble, Douglas ......... Trimble, Ronald ..... 207, Trimborn, Barbara .... 63, Trimborn, Sfeven . 74, 93, Trippeff, Frank .. 49, 96, II9, I20, l70, 207 Trippeff, Lillian . 50, 63, II9 Trifch, David .......... 46, Trivefle, William ......... Trudell, Charles ........... True, Wayne ..... 96, IO6, Twioq. Tungafe, Loraine 29, Turner, Debra .... 38, 94, Turner, Debra A. .... 9I, 144, Turner, Diane ..... .... Turner, Douglas Turner, Jamie Turner, Judifh ...... .. Tuflle, George ........... Rhonda 50, 94, Tyler, Deborah ........ 38, U Uilery, Slephen ...... I54, 227 205 227 227 I 16, 245 227 43 228 I63 89, 299 228 I36, I64 245 205 245 81, 228 I00, 245 205 95, 245 205 245 245 260 l23 268 I 64 205 205 44, 228 228 229 245 254 207 ESS 277 252 250 9 I, 228 245 207 88, 207 282 207 274 299 120 245 207 245 245 245 100, 22a 246 228 290 77, 246 207 I I6, 267 I00, 246 228 228 228 228 I22, 228 I I6, 228 I I4, 207 228 228 246 246 I64 246 228 207 ULLM ER FUNERAL HOME ............. Ullmer, Kafhleen .... 38, Ulrich, Roberf .... 43 44, 95 l2O Upfon, Nadine ...... Urban, Philip ........ Ufz, Sfephen ...... 24 5l, 279 Ufzinger, Don .... 74 95, V Valiciueffe, Michael Valiqueffe, Paul ...... Vance, Joyce ..... Vance, Sharon . ...... . 46, 44, Vandeval, Linda .... IO2, II4, II6 II9, Vanorden, Claude .... 40, 44 l20 Van Over, Melvin .... Van Zanf, Janice .. 3, l38 28, 143, Van Zanf, Jeffrey ......... VARSITY F ................ Vendf, Carol .... 47, 90, Vendl, David . 54, 55 62, Viefs, Michael ............ Viefs, Polly ...... 38, I22, VILLAGE PEDDLER ...... Virelli, David ............. VITO'S VENICE INN Voglesang, Helen iMissl . l54, Vondohre, Arfhur ......... Von Gruenigen, Fred .... Vorhis, William ...... Vyszenski, Candi W Wagner, Gail .. l0l, II4, Wagner, Lynne . 2, I4, l5, 20, 2I, 34, 63, 87, 89, II9, I20, 208 Wagner, Paul E. ...... 88, Wahrer, Gregory ....... .. Waifzman, Teresa .... 78, 91, 94, 117, 122, 123, 204 Wall, Christopher ........ Wall, Dannie ............. Wall, Joyce ........... 47, Wall, Richard .... 32, bl, Wallace, Allyn 46, Bl, Wallace, Sandra . ........ . Wallace, Sfeven .......... Wallace, Theresa .... Il7, Weisf, Berlha .4.......... Weiffhoff, James .... 70, Weller, Theresa ........... Wells, Roberf Wells, Shirley .. ,.... 92, Welfon, Joan .. ..... .. Wenz, Thomas Wermer, Sharon .... .... Wesr, Bradley ............ Wesf, Richard ....... l50, . 38, Wheafon, Judifh 44, 114, 115, l25, 152, 212 Whifaker, Gail ........ 46, Whifaker, Timofhy 4l, Whife, Beverly ....... 229, Whife, David 4l, 209, Whife, Paula 38, I00, I22 Whife, Whifehead, Sfephen .56, Whifeman, Jan ........... Whifeman, Karla . 46, 49 Whifesell, Joyce ...... 77 Whifeside, Linda lMissl WHITE VILLA GROCERIES ........... Whifford, Douglas ....... Whifford, Roberf .. IOO, IO6, II9 Whifing, David ........... Wick, Deborah . II6, 229, Wick, James .... 88, ll7, 209 Wicklund, Wilfred ........ Wilcock, John ............ Wilcox, Carl .... 73, I20, Willeff, John . .,......... . Willefr, Leslie ........ 47, Williamifis, Anfhony . 73, Williamifis, Ron . 44, l04, Williams, Alan ........... Williams, Cafhy ......... Williams, Cynfhia .... 38, Thomas ........... ..47 Williams, David ..... 73, 229 Williams, George ........ Williams, Karen .......... Williams, Laura ......... Williams, Roberl . 73, 88, 99 Williams, Vicki .. Williamson, Jackie .. 92, l3I, 209, Williamson, Leslie .... 38, 90, II6, I20, I22, IZ3, Williamson, Robin .. 77, Williamson, Suzann .. 93, Willig, John Willis, Bruce .... .... Willis, Sheryl .... Willis, Wayne .,...... IO9, Willshaw, Sfeven .... I00, Wilson, Bradford l84, Wilson, Nancy ............ Wilson, Terry ......... 46, Windsor, Kerry I4, I5, 34, 63, 97, II9 Winemiller, Cheryl ....... Wing, Jan ...........,.... Wininger, Mark ........... Winkelmann, Beffy . l03, Winkler, Susan ............ Winks, Peggy Jo . 48, 93, Winfers, Shelley .......... Wise, Jeffrey 32, I22, 2l2, 22I 229 Wifhrow, Beverly .....,... Wilfman, Sfephen ........ WITTMANN-SMITH REALTORS .............. Wogaman, Maurice A., Ph.D. ............. . Wolf, David .............. Wollenhaupf, Rox .... l0I2j I . Wolski, William .......... Wood, Dianne .... 28, 29, as, II9, 122, 123, 229 Wood, Pafricia ........... Wood, Ronald ........ 74, Woodall, Dawn ...... II9, WOODMAN LANES .... . Woods, Daniel 50, 54, 240 Woods, Thomas .. 87, 89, I2O 188 Worley, Chris ............ Worman, Sarah .... I00, II6, II9, Worfhman, Jan ....... 8l, Wray, Jeffrey .... Wrighf, Paul . 6l . .... 54, , 73, 99, counfry feam, coached by Mr. Krifzer, 121, 267 41, 210, 251 116, 246 229 24s 229 245 144 245 210 2l0 246 2l, 2I0 246 246 I46 II4, 247 2l0 2lO 247 l30, 266 2IO 247 262 I58 2l0 I I4, 247 247 63, 307 2l0 I64 247 274 95, 247 95, 2l0 229 247 IO3, 247 2I0 247 204, 2l0, Wrighf, Tracy ..... ...... W. T. GRANT ............ Wunder, Margaref 24, 47, II6, Wyaff, Donna ............ Wyaff, Ernie Wyaff, Joyce . Wyaff, Judy ..... Wynn, Marsha .... .... Wysong, Douglas Y Yancey, Elmer Glenn . 5l, Yafes, Ba rba ra ...... . .... . Yenn, David .............. York, Karen . 44, 45, I20, l23 York, Paffi ...... II9, I22, Younkman, David .... falls, Young, Gary ............. Young, Henry ........ IO6, Young, John ..... 73, 229, Young, Valerie ........... Youngman, Vicforia .. 46, Y-TEENS ........... ..... Z Zappe, Susan ..... ....... Zaremski, Louis A. .. 89, Zaremski, Mariorie 82 9l, IOO, II4, I20, l2l Zechar, Deborah .... IOO, Zechar, Mark ............ Zenner, Pafricia . 46, l02, Ziehler, Chris ......... 44 Zimmerman, Debra 43 Zimmerman, William . 46, Ziizke, Vera . 46, II4, II6 Zonars, Sfella .... 24, 46, l27, I3l Zubrick, George ..... 74, II3 304 229 267 46, 2l0 247 2l0 2l0 247 2l0 229 229 2I0 I57 I22, 2I0 247 99, I20 247 229 295 247 229 94 229 147, I64 as, 131 229 120 1 14, 270 247 44, 5l 247 I22 II4, 260 IO9, 229 Sfrefching and sfraining go along wifh running over much land fo puf fhe cross- in shape for a season of greaf compefifion. Walsh, Gayle ............. WALTER M. LITSEY . Walfher, Anne 77, 78, Walfher, Conslance ...... Walfher, Daniel .......... Walfher, Linda .. 77, II9, Walfher, Nicholas Walfher, Pafrick .... 96, I05, IO6, Walfon, Douglas .... .... Ward, John .......... 54, Ware, Richard ....... Warner, Steven ...,.. Warren, Mary Belle lM1ssl .......... 9l, 141, Wafkins, Margo ..... .... Wafkins, Marvin .......... Wafson, Bradford 29, Wafson, Heafher .... .... Wafson, Kipling ........,. Wafson, Susan . 3, I5, 32, 63, 89, II3, II9, I22, 229 Wafson, Susan Jane .. 38: Waffs, Pamela Wayman, Joseph .... Weaver, Dennis .... El, Weaver, Thomas Webb, Jerry ..... . . . Weber, Jeffrey ........... Weber, Richard ....... 50, Weeks, William .. 54, 70, Weesner, Linda ...... l00, Wehner, Anne ............ Weiland, Diane .. 47, WEILER Weimer, Weimer, II3, WELDING Sharon ...... Thomas ..... 9l, II4 73 W Y 5 5 "The forch has been passed To a new generafion Born in fhis cenfury, Tempfed by war . . . Disciplined by a hard and Bi'Her peace, proud Of our ancienf heril'age" lJohn F. Kennedyl. Reflecfing upon a World of rebellion, fhe Herifage of I968-I969 Highlighfs hisforical evenfs: War . . . Russia invaded Czechoslovakia Saigon encounfered Sfreef fighfing. Biafra broke away From Nigeria. Norfh Korea seized 'rhe Pueblo Eighfy-fwo misfreafed men Refurned home Chrisfmas Eve. Polifics . . . Richard Nixon selecfed as Republican nominee, Huberf Humphrey, Democrafic Nominee, George Wallace, Third Parfy nominee. Large mulfl-colored mural which focuses fresfs and sfudy areas info which Keffer- Nixon elecfed wifh 4070 vofes. Space l Apollo 8 circled fhe moon. College campuses .. Columbia Universify sfudenfs Seized five buildings: Harvard Universify sfudenfs, One building. Racial sfrife .. Angry mobs Riofed in Washingfon, D.C. Olympics . . . U.S. afhlefes placed firsl' Wifh a fofal of I07 medals- 45 gold, 28 silver, 34 bronze. Diplomacy . . . Greal' Brifain, Russia, Unifed Sfafes signed Treafy of Non-Proliferafion. Paris hosfed Viefnam negofiafions. Deafhs . . . Dr. Marfin Lufher King, Jr.- Shof in Memphis, Sen. Roberf Kennedy, in Los Angeles Gen. Dwighf D. Eisenhower- Congesfive hearf failure. Fairmonf Wesf . .. Levy renewal provided Gymnasium addifion ln commemorafion of Richard Wesf-Fairmonf Wesf's Firsf Viefnam casualfy. Sfudenfs adopfed Council's new consfifufion. Jane Kelly won AFS Scholarship fo Cosfa Rica. Band placed firsf af Tipp Cify Mum Fesfival. Eighf sfudenfs qualified as Nafional Merif finalisfs. Three speech sfudenfs Traveled fo Nafionals. WOL-foofball feam Placed fhird Baskefball feam, second. Seniors presenfed "Bli+he Spirit" Juniors, "David and Lisa," Music Deparfmenf, "Camelot" "Wifh hisfory fhe final judge Of our deeds, lei' us go forfh To lead 'lhe land we love," lJohn F. Kennedyl. disfin uishes fh Sh R cl 1- T e royer oa en rance Q Wesf's adminisfrafion building. Q faces, symbolizing a varxefy of occupaf l ngs graduaflng seniors may ulflmafely enfer, F 'r airmon 3I9 Medalisf, All-American, and A+ ralings symbolize amounl, Degree of work required Io Produce lhe Dragon - Each new slaff conlinuing In lhe Herilage of +he Dragon. Founda+ion of lhe Dragon is Builf upon 'I'radiI'ion loo, For each Dragon progresses From a weallhy source of Individual pholographs, Formal and informal shols, Professional, business, and Parenl' pa+rons, and Ihe Coopera'I'ion of facully and Adminislralion members. Fairmonf Wes+'s 1969 Dragon Slaff beslows graI'i'I'ude Upon lhe following persons: Mr. and Mrs. Hal Logan Of Logan Sludios, Mr. Bill Maerker Of Logan Sludios, Mr. Jack Molz Of Delmar Sludios, and Mr. MaH' McCormick Of Taylor Publishing Company. Wilh +he end of a decade Comes lhe end of a career in Journalism a+ Fairmonl Wesl- Career of perfeclion. Inspira'I'ion, and devo+ion- Mrs. Jane E. Nolan. Thai' remembrance of giving Generales gra+iI'ude of heart Thal resignafion symbolizes lhe End of a Herifage. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ....... COPY EDITOR ............ BEAUTY SECTION EDITOR . . . STUDENT LIFE EDITOR ..... .. . Priscilla Bosnak . Maureen Kemper Pam Kemp . . . . Melissa Brown SPORTS EDITOR .............. .... F rank TrippeH ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR ...... . . FACULTY-ACADEMICS EDITOR HEAD SECTION EDITOR ..... SENIOR EDITOR .......... ADVERTISING MANAGER . . . BUSINESS MANAGER .... ART-COVER EDITOR ..... STUDENT LIFE STAFF .... SPORTS STAFF .... ORGANIZATIONS STAFF .... FACULTY-ACADEMICS STAFF CLASSES STAFF ............ ADVERTISING STAFF .... PHOTO-SCHEDULER .... BUSINESS STAFF ....... ADVISER .... . . Margie Zaremski ...... Lara Lackey .. Claudia Church . . . . Linda Canlrell ...... Mike Nolan . . Jeanne Mahfouz Jan NoI+e . . . . Kalhy Banks Judy Keller . . . . Bob Chapman Doug Freeman Jeff Wise Joy Hildrelh . . . . Carleen Marshall Palsy Paddock Gloria Shanh Madeline Mohanco . . . . . . . . Marilyn Granl' Sandy Lewis . Debbie Morrison Peggy Canlrell Sheila Nelson . . . . Linda Sharp John Draylon . . . . Vicki Crumrine PaI'Baynes Nancy Neuberl' Debbie Shannon Nancy Smilh Becky Spahr Jackie Williamson PaHy Zenner S+eIIa Zonars Carla Hall Mrs. Jane E. Nolan E' 'K' -a K f Q, W I I I I I . I I 'I I i I I Q I I - I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .I I I I I I , I I I K I I I ' Q I - I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Anxious Fairnfioni Seniors iisfen io speakers dipiornas which siand as a reminder io Them before fine ionq-awaiied mornenf arrives. oi fweive years of sfudying and iearninq, Soon iiwese seniors will receive Their an irnporhanf siep io 'rheir iuiure days, 'Wa ,f!'?sc 5 : -2 fi, if Preparing to take the next-to-last step of their high school careers, members oi the Class Baccalaureate John Berglond presents sermon for '69 service Determined expressions filled 'Faces of Fairmont West's I969 graduating class while proceeding into the National Cash Register Auditorium on June I tor the seventy-eighth Baccalaureate Service. Senior class president Dick DeLater in- troduced the guest speaker, Reverend John Bergland, who delivered the invo- cation. Members of the audience par- ticipated in singing the hymn, "Praise to the Lord." Following Reverend Bergland's.scrip- ture reading, Fairmont West's mixed chorus, led by Mr. Gene Seeberger, sang three anthems: "The Night," "Alleluia," "My Eternal King." inspiring 540 members ot the Class of i969 with his sermon, "The Outskirt Fringes of Nowhere," Reverend Bergland discussed the value, purpose and tuture fulfillment. l-le emphasized importance ot using 'roday's wealth oi knowledge as a means to 'Find one's identity. 3. , - :sg :swf 5 i ai: is as XY 5 W s:v ,: -is N oi I969 mount the steps oi the National Cash Register Auditorium for Baccalaureate. i 2 l 5 ,i l :E l LQ i l iiiiif , s , i l as 1 ,Q c Ji e E ,egg 2? 1 i ig E i 2 l 1 g Hi, , , Baccalaureate speaker Reverend John Berg- land presents his sermon, "The Oulskirt Fringes oi Nowhere," to lhe 540 members oi Fairmont West's I969 graduating class. 'i'. Seniors Kenneth Rogers complements '69 graduating class KENNETH ROGERS-Laramie l-ligh School, Laramie, Wyoming 33 Band 4: Scuba Club 4. Commencemenl speaker Terry Kelchum ex- presses feelings of her generafion in dealing wilh loday's issues ihrough individual respon- sibilify in her speech, "Who Will Answer?" 5? 5 Vocal ensemble members conclude 'lhe musi- commencemenr exercises wirh lheir selec- cal acliviries of 'rhe Fairmonl' Wes? l969 lion of "Choose Somelhing Like a Shar." Commencemenl Graduation inspires 540 members of Class of '69 Fairmonr Wesl's Class of IQ69 gradu- aled June 4 in Wesl's quadrangle. Commencemenl speaking began wilh Carol Niehus, lhe invocalion, and con- linued wilh Kalhy Banks. "Are You Alive"3 Mike Nolan, "Do Your Own +hing"q Terry Kerchum, "Who Will Answer", Dave Chambers. "Communica- lion"q and Yolande Fulron, benedicrion. Commencernenlr soloisls included Debra Zimmerman, fluleg Kale Riley, vocal: and Ron Williamilis, cello. Vocal - ensemble members Slella Zonars, Mike Slusser, Palsy Paddock. Lynn Kohler, Bob 1 iii Nelson, Linda Frazier, Parry Zenner, Phil . is S s 4. Davis, Marilyn Kershner, Marcia Huls- man, Kirk Meadows concluded musical acliviries. Foreign exchange srudenls Gunvar Lahr, Nina Bourdery exchanged flags wilh AFS presidenl' Belri Anderson. Mr. Al- , fred Bolender presenled The class lo Mr. fl' A Frank Parks, Presidenl of Jrhe Board of :QM Educaiion. Mr. Parks, Mr. Roberl Oxley, Mr. Charles Ramey, Mr. James Robinson presenled The seniors wilh diplomas. Wesr's foreign exchange srudenls Gunvar Lahr and American Field Service president Berli from Norway and Nina Bourdery from France Anderson exchange lheir counrries' flags. Mr. Frank Parks, Presidenf of Jrhe Board of Easi Unil Supervisor. presenis Mike Nolan, Educaiion, assisied by Mr. Charles Ramey, commencemenr speaker, wirh his diploma. Mr. Alfred M. Bolender presenfs ihe gradua- iing class of I969 as he informs ihe audi- ence of The accomplishmenis and honors re- ceived by oufsfanding members of ihe class. i , Ja... . K ,Q- Fairmonr Wes'r's 1969 graduafing exercises 'lwelve years of educafion for The five-hun! acknowledge and climax rhe complelrion of dred foriy members ol fhis year's senior class. WINTER SPORTS AWARDS-Fronf Row! Mel l-lill, Mosl Valuable Baskelball: Bob Williams, lvlosl Valuable Wreslling: Dane Geyer, Mosl lmproved Gymnaslicsi Dick DeLaler, Mos? Valuable Gymnaslics. Row 2: Sieve Kisling, SPRING SPORTS AWARD-Fronl' Row: Mille Ely, Mosl lmproved Baseball: Doug Gage, Mosl lmproved Golf: Roger Sachleben, Mosl' Valuable Field Man Track: Gary Kniqhl, Mos? Valuable Track: Richard Bowden, Hi-Y Award l-li-Y Award Baskelball: Bob Servis, Besl Foul Shooler Baslcelball: Bob Rover, lvlosl lmproved Baskelballg Craig Berry, l-li-Y Award Wreslling: Paul Wriqhl, Mosl Improved Wresflinq. Baseball: Tim Pollenqer, lvlosl Valuable Tennis: Jim Howard, lvlosl lmproved Tennis. Row 2: John Mohr, l-li-Y Award Tennis: Tom Thompson, Mosl lmproved Track: Doug Rahn, Mos? Val- Roger Sachleben, recipienl' of lhe Charles Roger Finley Award, receives conqralulalions from Coach Ronald Wood when presenled lhe award lor Mosl Valuable Field Man in Track. uable Golf, Jeff Wise, Hi-Y Award Golf: Norman Slrobino, Mosl Valuable Baseball: Nick Becker, lvlosl Improved Field Man Track: Jerry Shepard, l-li-Y Award Track. SCI-IOLAR ATHLETES-Front Row: Roy McKay, ,Bruce Flutter, John Neville, Greg Karns. Jerry Bruce Byington, Robert Royer, Pete Luther. Bret Braden, Gary Hufion, Mike Nighimural Shepard, Dave Scudder, Jim Howard. Row 3: Dave Younkman. Robert Baker. Mike Nolan, Dayne Geyer. Row 2: Mike lreton, Tlm0ihY Poiiengeff Sielfe Klillngi Steve Miles. FCA and Scholar-Athletes Various groups available to interscholastic sportsmen Under the direction ot Mr. Ronald Wood, the Fellowship ot Christian Ath- letes formed this year tor all boys par'- ticipating actively in at least one inter- scholastic sport at Fairmont West. Athletes 'from Oakwood and Fair- FCA-Front Row: Bill McQueen. Richard Scott, Larry Cecil, Dave Younkman. Ken Schiewetz. mont East ioined Fairmont West ath- letes when Ohio State haltback Leophus Hayden addressed the club. Other activities included listening to tapes and records ot tamous athletes and partici- pating in discussions and various sports. Mark Bradtord. Row 2: Douglas Shaetter, Nick Becker, Captain-Elect: Gary Knight, Marc Three boys received trophies in the Scholar-Athlete l-lonor Society tor scho- lastic accomplishments this year: Tim Pottenger, highest senior grade average: Mike lreton, highest iunior grade aver- age: Mike Nolan, most improved. Jewell, Captain: Jim Micklos. Dave Gardner, David Blakely. 5 a i Varsiiy iooiball coach, Mr. Richard Hoppe, Senior Roqer Sachleben iOf l'1iS OUiSidf1d- presenis ihe Charles Roger Finley Award 'ro iUQ leadership in sporis and academics. i During ihe senior awards assembly, Ron Williamiiis graieiully accepis The David V. Rayburn Award amiclsi numerous congraiulaiory remarlcs and gesiures. Awards Wesi's students once again reap various awards Fairmoni Wesi siudenis received a vasi varieiy of awards for 'iheir meriis. Leading her class wiih a 4.00 average for four high school years, Deborah Golob acied as class valediciorian. Kaiie Crog- han. Kaie Riley, and Jennifer Daly re- ceived Naiional ivlerii' Scholarships. Over iiiiy siudenis received Dragon Bell Awards for ouisianding achieve- menis in various fields. Jerry Shepard received ihe covered B'nai B'ri'rh Award and Jeff Goechel received Jrhe ouisiand- ing ciiizen award from ihe Dayion Bar Associaiion for his eiioris in leadership and learning. Because oi iheir ouisianding achieve- meni, efiori. and leadership. Ron Wil- liamiiis. Yolande Fulion, and Roger Sachleben received ihe David V. Ray- burn Award, ihe Mary Elizabeih Jones Award, and ihe Charles Roger Finley Award, respeciively. Senior speech siudenr Yolande Fulion, re- ceives ihe i968-I96'-7 Mary Elizabeih Jones Fairmonl' Wesi's principal Mr. Alfred Bolen- der presenis senior Phyllis Carpenfer wi'lh ihe Dragon Bell Award for Business Educa- 'lion as P.T.A. presidenl Dr. Lewis loolcs on. Memorial Speech Award presenfed for out- sianding elfori and achievemeni in speech. , M-'.,..,, ,:f5LL,y,g37m.,M ,. W.,,,MQ::,n Julia Roach, Mike Nolan, and Viclci Crum rine, Wesl's represenraiives al' 'rhe na iional speech coniesis lhis summer, dis cuss fha cornpeiiiion facing 'ihem Anxious i968-i969 Dragon Bell Award winners wail' in line 'io receive The awards given io Them by ihe P.T.A. for ouisfanding worlc in varied academic and exiracurricular areas National Honor Society- Torch ancl Keystone initiates 59 iunior members in spring induction Fairmont West's chapter ot National Honor Society, Torch and Keystone, in- ducted titty-nine qualitied iuniors into membership on April 30. For eligibility, these students must rank in' top 2070 ot their class. Freshman Orientation was held May l3. Atter a short assembly, senior T. K. members conducted visiting Torch and Keystone: Front Row: Alice Hoover, Jeanie Krieger, Shirley Dell, Vicky Korosei. Marii lmig, Allyn Wallace, Randi Mclntyre, Becky Detrick, Vicki Youngman. Margaret Evans, Jan Nolte, Paulette Korkegi. Row 2: Barbara treshmen on a guided tour ot West's campus. New iunior members helped usher during graduation ceremonies. John Bryant State Park in Yellow Springs was chosen as the site tor the annual T. K. picnic on May 2l. Junior and senior members and interested taculty members attended. Beebe. Anne Walther, Sue- Houseworth, Marcia Madden, Rosemary Rice Connie Sayer, Pam Medley, Vickie Heck. Linda Coons, Sue Hamlin, Cheri Friesel, Jan Van Zant, Kathy Scimone. Row 3: Zan Feeman, Beverly Thorn- Senior National Honor Society members, Glo- ria Shantz and Debbie Morrison, help load the trunk with sott drinks to take with them to the picnic at John Bryant State Park. ln the ceremony presented tor an assembly ot sophomores, newly tapped lunior member, Michael Bridgman, accepts a congratulatory handshake trom T.K. adviser Mr. Paul Wagner. hill, Mike Bridgman, Jim Craven, Gary Smith. Dean Clemm, Connie Freier, Jett Gochoel, John Mohr, Sandy Owen, Melodie Bair. Alice Schmidt, Virginia Sando, Cynthia Williams. Quill and Scroll Parents witness Quill and Scroll spring induction New To The Quill and Scroll inducTion ceremony This year, parenTs oT The in- ducTees wiTnessed The monumenTal can- dlelighT inducTion in EasT uniT lobby. Unlike pasT years, inducTion Toolc place separaTely 'lrom The journalism banqueT, hosTed This year by DRAGON TALES sTaTT. Excellence in iournalisTic and scho- lasTic achievemenT combined wiTh The qualiTy oT good leadership marked The asseTs possessed by This year's inducTees oT Quill and Scroll, The EairmonT WesT chapTer oT The NaTional Honorary Jour- nalism SocieTy. Members of boTh The DRAGON and DRAGON TALES sTaTTs wiTh grade averages in The upper one-Third oT Their respecTive classes meT eliqibiliTy require- menTs Tor This organizaTion. The candi- daTes had To be nominaTed and ap- proved by The NaTional CommiTTee. Mrs. Jane Nolan, Tlanlced by Mrs. Hal Logan and Carla l-lall, TearTully expresses her gra- TiTude as The iournalism banqueT marlcs The end of a nine-year career as DRAGON adviser. Quill and Scroll members .honored Tor Their bers of eiTher The DRAGON or DRAGON Church. Priscilla Bosnalc, Michael Nolan, ouTsTandlng service and achievemenT as mem- TALES sTaTTs include: David Chambers, Claudia Jeanne Mahfouz, and Maureen Kemper, With the thought ot only one lap to go Bruce Byington, senior trackman competing in the 880, pours on that final surge ot strength and determination so needed to insure victory. Track and Field Sachleben sets pole vault recorclp team 2nd in WOL Last year's W.O.L. tirst place team, led by co-captains Tim Bridges and Gary Knight, tinished another successtul season this year. Several outstanding achievements were made by both team and individual ettorts. Roger Sachleben set a new record ot l3'6" in the pole vault. Gary Knight ran a time ot ten tlat in the IOO yard dash and took tourth in the 220 at the Dis- tricts. Nick Becker threw the discus l57' to win second place in the District in that event. West won the Kettering Invitational again tor the second straight year, and took second place to Springtield South at the West relays. At the W.O.L. meet in Xenia, West tinished in the sec- ond seat behind Beavercreek. West then took tourth place in the District. Straininq to clear that ever-present bar, senior West trackman Roger Sachleben works saaiisrss rtrs asii assssr ff.azJf5ffiRrEC3QiRfD GPP NENT srsss zmislr34 r - crii is cisisciss. 68, 9.7. is ssii ss Bsevsrcreek 2 4th . iyss sr .fyL- during an atter school practice session his record-setting pole vault torm t I36 g . 1 .r.y..iy ff.. Mike Nishimura, senior long iumper shows his sirong compefiiive spirii' as he sfrains s for every viral inch of dislance al one of Wes'r's many dual 'rrack meeis of I969 season. D' Six year Jrrack coach. Roberf Krilzer. an aclive influence on Wes+'s many irack vic- lories, sirives 'lo inslill good sporisman- ship and proper conducf in his alhleies. f A iyjifz ,h I f ., i sfgiwir ,.,, hge, , new ii, W ,. Q. iie will kL.,,f:'.: ' ry ' " "' "4'5if'WsiM .,.. ' 1' , i , ,,,, x Refurning for a second year as head field coach, Mr. Ronald Wood sfrives To eslablish Chrislian alliludes of sporfsmanship and compelilive spiril' in Wesf's aihleies. ir li fi!! I fi A ' A 1 I' Track feam co-caplfain Gary Knight leading The 880-yard relay even? rounds The final curve and pushes forward wiih Jrhe balon To cross The finish line and gain a Wesl viclory. gi 9? Seniors Larry Cecil and Jim Anewalf place lirsl and second, respeclively, in one oi The many I0O4yard dashes run during fhe All-Keiierinq lnvi+a+ional Track meef. IP3 - J J a f C '- 1 Chammacle Q Springfueld Norfh I ug g:jg,gjg .-'k,- if ".- wi Iuviwi fi-z'zv,1f'1v,:,. 77?f2EEfiC5fiifC55Wl9lfYi!slsl?39?i?fff1 iw y3y yyss J s rss isysrsr C ,, ,:,,.:,.:,,.s,k:,., , ,i ,.,:f. it iiii ii lfiiffifif ' 1 J 1 J 2 fl Qkilifi '-'A i'lff'EfEEif'f' ff?EffifEfif"? , isssl l or ii. ggsi ,yi K iff ',." ifflfgf' K' ' ilili J 1 ' f?62' C J J 'h . " 'f , J . 0 ' Wifh powerful accuracy, iunior Rich Bowden as Dragon coach Jim Andrews looks on wilh 'if-'ff "'g '3f17+f?iV malces a solid conneclion wifh 'rhe baseball hopes of fhe iqnilion of a needed rally. Fron+ Row: Bob Servis, Dave Scudder, Mike Row 2: Jim Schlemmer, Pele Lufher, Timolhy ler. Jim Leakes, Chris Palmer. Phil Nelbeff. Ely, Ron Madlinqer, Norman Slrobino, Rex Moran, Bill Common, Dave Virelli, Carl RH- Timolhylreland, Riner, Rich Bowden. Coach James Andrews. ler, Gary Sharlle, John Peylon, Dave Schub- ! Dragons copTure second in WOLp show 1 1-8 record ATTer a disappoinTing sTarT in which The Dragon baTmen dropped Tour con- TesTs, WesT ToughT back To a second- place showing in The WOL by winning games Trom Beavercreek, 3-2, and Cen- Terville, 7-I To succeed in gaining back The conTidence ThaT led Them To an II- 8 season record. Dragons kepT winning by beaTing Fairborn, 3-I, and Miamisburg in The TirsT game oT a Twin-bill, 3-l. ln The second game, The Dragons held Tor Thir- Teen innings buT losT in The TourTeenTh on a Miamisburg rally ThaT made iT 4-3. A-gainsT WilmingTon, WesT'piTcher Rex Riner baTTled iT ouT- wiTh The oppos- ing piTcher in winning a I-O decision coming on a home-run by senior Norm STrobino. DeTeaTing Xenia in iTs TirsT disTricT game, I5-8. WesT meT Valley View and was deTeaTed, 5-3. WesT's nexT vicTory came aT Troy in a close game wiTh The score, I-O. Dragons Then Tinished by win- ning Two oT Their Tinal Three games. FronT Row: STeve Saunders, William Bucher, Dave Rice, Bill Rayburg, Bill McQueen, Jim Dragon piTcher, iunior Bob Servis, as he works Toward a Two-hiT game delivers a TasT ball To his opponenT over The always Tough CenTerville Team. Jacobs, Tom Corner. Row 2: Bill Lehman, Joe BriTTon, Bill Merrell, Mark Ely, Bill ShorT, STeve Berner, Dave l-lildreTh, Skip l-libbs, KenneTh Wood, reserve coach Bill McConnell. T N I5 Senior member oT The TirsT doubles Team Jim Howard loosens up his Tough reTurn in order To be in Top Torm beTore an imporTanT maTch wiTh cross-Town rivals FairmonT EasT Falcons. Third place in WOL terminates successful yecir Dragon Tennis Team, consisTing ol: Tour seniors and Three juniors, surprised area compeTiTion by Tinishing The sea- son wiTh only Three losses. ForTiTied by JeTT Linslcer, Milce Fine- gold, and Bruce l-luTTer in The singles deparTmenT, and The doubles combina- Tions oT John Mohr-Jim Howard and Tim PoTTenger-Bob Ryan, WesT com- piled an excellenT 9-3 record To prepare Tor a Tough Time in The TighT WOL race. WesT neTmen were aided by senior reTurnees Finegold and Linslcer as They suTTered buT one loss in The WOL and Two oThers ouT oT league. WesT encounTered iTs ToughesT maTch wiTh Oakwood who deTeaTed The Dra- gons 3-2 on WesT's own home courTs. As The WOL rnaTch approached wiTh The end oT The season, Dragons had enough experience To Tinish high in The meeT. WesT Tinally Tinished Third behind Troy, whose enTire Team made The Tinal round, and second-place FairmonT EasT. Members oT varsiTy Tennis Team, Fronl' Row: Jim Howard, Bob Ryan, JeTT Linslcer, Bruce ,slsi ? iis isi iff Tsia Tiii .N ssll - ,lss iri i M iils illa ff aliri i, .kkkg VVVK ,k-k , ., , . . . . . Ayk, lf ,zz ,l,.' "'f wf:f',sf1.-h,'ri,12' 'E lfff 1 ' .- Y ' 7'-'T'ff:f?f 3.11 To 3- f Y ' ,KIVVAVVA T ,T.' aliilr ssri f- f f. ,. . wfifizfif,YfF?iE'i'sfilif? 55'-i1.f,'ff ,. ,, ,.,. f,,-35 ,,.. ,. ,,,, l-lulfer. Row 2: Coach Charles Morgan, Tim PoTTenger, Milne Finegold, John Mohr. CM Dragons top in Dayton disfrich third in WOL Despile losing eighf of fheir firsl' nine malches, fhe Dragon linlcsmen refurned rapidly info league conlenlion wHh 'len wins in eleven confesfs and also foolc a devaslafing firsf place al l'he Dayfon cHy disfricl' golf meef. Losing Hs firsl malch fo arch-rival Fairrnonl' Easf, Wesl's only win in nine mafches lo come was over Oakwood, 6-3. Finally, al' Hs lemlh meef, Fairmonl' found Hs winning ways by squealfing by Xenia, 5-4. Wilh a fie af lvliamislzzurg in lhe nexf mafch l'he Dragons slormed lo eighl conseculive vicfories 'ro malce an overall season record of 'len wins, one lie, and eighf defeafs for a respeclalole lhird place showing in lhe WOL. Dragons, being vicforious al 'lhe dislricf meef, wenf on 'ro sfale compe- 'rHion buf gained only experience as 'rhe feam losl' oul' lo fougher rivalry. From' Row: Jeffrey Sfump, Roberf Merrill, Pefer Graybill, coach Bill Kaylor. Row 2: WHh paflerned mofion and sfeadied nerves, senior golfer Doug Gage displays fhe sfyle employed in puffing which has helped him in winning 'rhe medalisl fille in several rneefs. Doug Gage, Frank Trippefl, Jeff Wise, Dave Whife. Row 3: Bill Barnes, Chris Ziehler, i - f,REooRDjsgjgg is lrAiRMoNTfwEsr r oPPoNENr H HFairn'ionf Easfl H H Esioa ,H H' H H 6 omega s T 3 D HH Os Hiroyif H 9f 0 ,iisi Fairview y ,D H ,H g H 2 , Ceinierville a if l 7 H '4 .Fairloorny l Ss 'H H3 osiwqsayg yy Tis s T 211, Hvvsyfie. i sv?- H5 Xeinf,H-lg a 4, - i ' ,H ,4V2sH glvlianiislourg y HH4-V2 so l Hy H s Besigm-eeiiyi HH2 H s ,H - H Carroll ' H HHHOV HH H HH H H Beavercreelf 5,2 H, H18 Alleri n g H 1 8 y iCenleHrville g H il H g H9 H Wesf Cfarrollion H H' H7 spfingsfzeid North He Leslie Ogle, Daniel Woods. Tennis learn member, Holly Dagenliardl' prac- lices for perfecrion in her swing as she prepares for her nexl impor+an+ march againsr +l1e always rough Oakwood leam. TENNIS-Fron'r Row: Sue Houseworrh, Linda Row 2: Kale Slorrs, Nancy Neuberr. Carol lvlarquardl, Ann Roberrson. Kalie Croqlwan. Moline, Holly Daqenlwardf, Miss Penelope Moll. GOLF-Miss Pal Davis, Barb Gillan, Becky Caron, Marilyn Blesi, Ellen Arvolcl. Gillan, Penny Balmer, Rila Boclclwold, Denise Qipsm Dragoneftes' spring program displays Talent Girls inTerschoIasTic spring sporTs added a new dimension oT pleasure and TalenT To This year's already acTive Girls AThTeTic AssociaTion. Experience proved plenTiTul and helpTul To The Three inTer- scholasTic Teams. AcTion abounded on The soTTbali Tield, Tennis courTs, and golT greens as The DragoneTTe upperciassmen guided The newcomers on To beTTer Techniques and spiriT. AssisTed by excellenT and spiriTed coaches, The Three inTerscholasTic Teams displayed Their imporTance and meriT To l:airrnonT WesT's aThTeTic program. s Sophomore golT enThusiasT, RiTa Boechold, diligenTiy pracTices her precise puTTing aT CommuniTy Golf Course beTore an imporTanT maTcl'1 againsT The Tough Wayne Warriors. ,,iV ciii F T Exp., Q , , f 5 iz SOFTBALL-Ffonf ROW? Anne Crawford. JGGHQS Ballard, Sue WaTson. Row 2: Shirley Thompson. EaTon, Lori Lawson. Debra Zechar, Marilyn GranT Penn' Jeanne Kfeleerf Maureen Kempef- Connie Barb Biagi, Debbie FoThergiTl, Miss Francis Fashion Shows Rhythmehes give fashion show for chiIclren's benefit For The TirsT Time in WesT's hisTory The RhyThmeTTe corps sponsored a Tash- ion show. All proceeds wenT To D.A.N. CE. lncorporaTed whose volunTeers do- naTe Their Time To work wiTh children who are blind, menTally disTurbed and handicapped. Corps members sold TiclqeTs Tor The show where They modeled The laTesT sTyles Trom a local cloThing sTore. OuT- TiTs ranged Trom swimsuiTs wiTh bell- boTTom cover-ups To culoTTe dresses and mini-skirTs. AnoTher evenT aT WesT This year oc- curred when The English and music de- parTmenTs ioined The l-lome Economics deparTmenT in presenTing iTs annual spring Tashion show. Girls Trom The Home Economics classes modeled Their own selT-creaTed Tashions. Mrs. Jan Adams, a Tormer Mrs. Ohio, gave The girls modeling Tips on good posTure, correcT walking and sTand- ing, and self-conTidence. Miss l-lelen Voglfesang and Mrs. Bernice Fowler, T- Home Ecfonomlcs' lieacliersi COOffIlif1GTGOl RepresenTing D.A.N.C.E. lncorporaTed, a To all blind sTudenTs wiTh The help oT people The GVSDIHQ pFOQFEiI'T1. blind girl demonsTraTes dance sTeps TaughT who volunTeer Their Time To These children. EscorTed by a UniTed STaTes miliTary man, shows an aTTenTive audience an ouTTiT wiTh a RhyThmeTTe Karen Lewis 5Ti-ilqeg 5 pQ5e ag she rT1iCiriTT TOp and lOOSe-TiTTing bell bOTTOmS. MUSIC provided by The Lords lends 5 mod- chance to dance slowly amongst the hay and ern air to the dance by giving couples a to 'enioy the casual atmosphere ot the dance. The barnyard atmosphere entices some cou- while other couples stand back and overwhelm- ples to have a hoe-down and square dance ingly enioy the impromptu, exuberant activity. "Sadie Hawkins" Decorations lend authentic air to turnabout clance Authentic decorations lent a testive air to the annual turnabout dance. This year's Sadie Hawlcins dance provided the pertect atmosphere tor a tun and realistic country dance. Decorations consisted ot realistic cardboard animals. Hay scattered on the gymnasium tloor completed the authentic atmosphere and supplied am- munition tor several unscheduled hay tights. Many girls made original boutonnieres tor their dates. Sue Houseworth won the prize tor the most original boutonniere. Shirley Larger and Steve Baltes received a prize tor their appropriate outtits. Music by The Lords provided enter- tainment tor the many colortul and dit- terently dressed couples. John Young sits with his date Suzette Han ner blending in with the realistic barn yard decorations and watching the testiv ities at the annual Sadie l-lawlcins dance 1 . I E 2 Student Council's annual Sadie Hawkins enacting the country pleasure ot sitting on Dance tinds Bill Gray and Karen Barnes ree a haystaclc and watching chickens at play. 5 E iff-i S As the Junior-Senior Prom all-too-quickly draws to a close, seniors Laurice Carter and Thomas Woods savor the last tleeting moments with the tinal dance ot the night. ll Relishing the attractive decorations ot a and animals, Bill Trivette and Kaye Ireland woodland pond complete with enchanted plants contemplate the magic ot the night. Prom "Enchanted Forest" theme of pr0m On Saturday, May I7, the junior class ot Fairmont West High School present- ed the I969 Junior-Senior Prom. Us- ing "Enchanted Forest" as the theme, juniors transtormed Wampler's Silver Ballroom into a wonderland ot mysterious animals and magical tlowers. Serving as chairman and coordinator ot the entire attair, Junior Social Chairman Nan Strobino consulted Junior Class Adviser Mr. George Tarzinslci on all plans betore they were tinalized. Juniors eagerly volunteered to serve as chairmen tor the various committees which were tormed. Jan Nolte acted as chairman tor the General Decorations Committee. Sally Grieman and Chris Davis served as co-chairmen ot Floor Decorations Committee. Mad Mohanco and Karen Lewis were in charge ot door decorations while Sue Brust and Becky Detriclc co-chaired the committee in charge ot Table Dec- orations. Ginny Sando, assisted by Connie Sayer and Cindy l-lahn, planned the presentation ot the door prizes. Other committees included Ticket Committee, led by Jeanne Folz and Judy Wheaton, Publicity Committee, chaired by Cindy Williams and Jan Van Zant. Couples danced to the music ot "The lmperials" who played a variety ot mu- sic ranging trom "slow" to "roclc-and- roll" to "soul". Unanimously considered a success, the prom will be remem- bered tondly by all who attended. Enioyinq lhe' "soul" music provided by "The appreciafe The decoralions, which included a lmperialsf' Weslonians ancl lheir dales gianf burlerlly. of "The Enchanred Forest" Dick Dormilzer, Kalhv Banks, Sieve Trim- Palsy Paddock agree fhal Jrhe I969 prom. born. Priscilla Bosnak, Jim Wick, and "Enchar1'led Foresln deserves remembering. Anxious Fairmonf Seniors iisien io speakers diplomas which siand as a reminder 'ro fhem before The iong-awaiied mornenf arrives. oi fweive years oi sfudying and iearning, Soon rhese seniors wiii receive iheir an imporlranf sfep fo iheir fuiure days. ,L.. M W -W X 5 Q 5 Yr 2. we 5 Preparing To Take The nexT-To-last step oT Their high school careers, members OT The Class Baccalaureate John Bergloncl presents sermon for '69 service DeTermined expressions Tilled Taces of FairmonT WesT's I969 graduaTing class while proceeding inTo The NaTional Cash RegisTer Auditorium on June I 'Tor The seventy-eighth BaccalaureaTe Service. Senior class president Dick DeLaTer in- Troduced The guest speaker, Reverend John Bergland, who delivered The invo- caTion. Members oT The audience par- TicipaTed in singing The hymn, "Praise To The Lord." Following Reverend Bergland's.scrip- Ture reading. FairmonT WesT's mixed chorus, led by Mr. Gene Seeberger. sang Three anThems: "The NighT," "Alleluia," "My ETernal King." Inspiring 540 members of The Class oT T969 with his sermon, "The OuTskirt Fringes oT Nowhere," Reverend Bergland discussed The value, purpose and TuTure TulTillmenT. l'-le emphasized importance oT using Today's wealth oT knowledge as a means To Tind one's idenTiTy. of I969 mount The steps oT The NaTional Cash RegisTer Auditorium Tor BaccalaureaTe. T. l I I s I - l. g 5 2 Ti 5: i' I E l I t s g BaccalaureaTe speaker Reverend John Berg- land presenTs his sermon, "The OuTskirT Fringes of Nowhere," To The 540 members of Fairmomk WesT's 1969 graduaTing class. Seniors Kenneth Rogers complements '69 graduating class KENNETH ROGERS-Laramie l-ligh School, Laramie, Wyoming 3, Band 4, Scuba Club 4. Commencemenl speaker Terry Kelchum ex- presses leelings of her generalion in dealing with loday's issues lhrough individual respon- sibilify in her speech, "Who Will Answer?" l I Vocal ensemble members conclude 'rhe musi- commencemenl exercises wifh lheir selec- cal aclivilies of 'rhe Fairmonl' Wes? I969 lion of "Choose Somelhing Like a Slar." Commencemenl Graduation inspires 540 members of Class of '69 Fairrnonl Wes+'s Class of I969 gradu- ared June 4 in Wes'r's guadrangle. Commencemenl speaking began wilh Carol Niehus, lhe invocalion, and con- linued wilh Kalhy Banks. "Are You Alive"7 Mike Nolan, "Do Your Own +hing"g Terry Kelchum, "Who Will Answe-r": Dave Chambers, "Communica- l'ion"g and Yolande Fullon, benediclion. Cornmencemenl soloisls included Debra Zimmerman, lluleg Kale Riley. vocal: and Ron Williamilis, cello. Vocal ensemble members Slella Zonars, Mike Slusser, Palsy Paddock, Lynn Kohler, Bob Nelson, Linda Frazier, Pally Zenner, Phil Davis, Marilyn Kershner, Marcia Huls- man, Kirk Meadows concluded musical aclivilies. Foreign exchange sludenls Gunvar Lahr, Nina Bourdery exchanged flags wil'h AFS presidenl Belli Anderson. Mr. Al- fred Bolender presenled lhe class lo Mr. Frank Parks, Presidenl of The Board of Educalion. Mr. Parks, Mr. Roberl Oxley, Mr. Charles Rarney, Mr. James Robinson presenled lhe seniors wilh diplomas. Wesl's foreign exchange sludenls Gunvar Lahr and American Field Service president Belli from Norway and Nina Bourdery from France Anderson exchange lheir counlries' flags. F.-si -1 Mr. Frank Parks. Presidenl of The Board of Easl Unii' Supervisor, presenls Mike Nolan, Educalion, assisled by Mr. Charles Ramey, commencemenl speaker, wilh his diploma. Mr. Alfred M. Bolender presenls llne gradua Ting class of I969 as he informs llwe audi ence ol 'Phe accomplislwmenls and lwonors re ceived by ouisiandinq members of llne class Fairmonl' Wes+'s I969 gradualing exercises fwelve years of educalion for The five-l'1un- acknowledge and climax 'rlie compIe+ion of dred forly members ol llwis year's senior class. S 5 Q WINTER SPORTS AWARDS-Fron+ Row: Mel I-lill, Mosl Valuable Baskelball: Bob Williams. Mosl Valuable Wreslling: Dane Geyer. Mosl Improved Gymnaslics: Dick DeLa'rer, Mosl Valuable Gymnaslics. Row 2: Sieve Kisling, SPRING SPORTS AWARD-Fronf Row: Mike Ely, Mosl' Improved Baseball: Doug Gage, Mos? Improved Golf: Roger Sachleben, Mos? Valuable Field Man Track: Gary Knighl, Mosl Valuable Track: Richard Bowden, I-li-Y Award Hi-Y Award Baskeiball: Bob Servis, Besl Foul Shooler Baskelball: Bob Royer, Mosl Improved Baskelball: Craig Berry, Hi-Y Award Wreslling: Paul Wrighl, lvlosl Improved Wreslling. Baseball: Tim Pollenger, Mosl Valuable Tennis: Jim I-loward, lvlosl Improved Tennis. Row 2: John Mohr, Hi-Y Award Tennis: Tom Thompson, Mosl Improved Track: Doug Rahn, lvlosl Val- Roger Sachleben, recipienl' of The Charles Roger Finley Award, receives congralulalions from Coach Ronald Wood when presenlecl lhe award for Mosl Valuable Field Man in Track. uable Golf, Jeff Wise. l"li-Y Award Golf: Norman Slrobino, lviosl Valuable Baseball: Nick Becker, Mosl Improved Field Man Track: Jerry Shepard, Hi-Y Award Track. l SCI-IOLAR ATHLETES-Front Row: Roy McKay' .Bruce Hutter, John Neville, Greg Karns, Jerry Bruce Byington, Robert Royer, Pete Luther. Bret Braden, Gary Hutton. Mike Nishimura. Shepard. Dave Scudder. Jim Howard. Row 3: Dave Younkman. Robert Baker. Mike Nolan, Dayne Geyer. Row 2: Mike lreton. Tlmoiliy Polhienger' Sieve Klsllnq. Steve Miles. FCA and Scholar-Athletes Various groups available to interscholastic sportsmen Under the direction ot Mr. Ronald Wood, the Fellowship ot Christian Ath- letes tormed this year tor all looys par- ticipating actively in at least one inter- scholastic sport at Fairmont West. Athletes trom Oakwood and Fair- FCA-Front Row: Bill McQueen. Richard Scott, Larry Cecil, Dave Younkman. Ken Schiewetz. mont East joined Fairmont West ath- letes when Ohio State haltback Leophus l-layden addressed the club. Other activities included listening to tapes and records ot tamous athletes and partici- pating in discussions and various sports. Mark Bradtord. Row 2: Douglas Shaetter, Nick Becker, Captain-Elect: Gary Knight, Marc Three looys received trophies in the Scholar-Athlete l-lonor Society tor scho- lastic accomplishments this year: Tim Pottenger, highest senior grade averageg Mike lreton, highest iunior grade aver- age: Mike Nolan. most improved. Jewell, Captain: Jim Micklos, Dave Gardner, David Blakely. Varsily iooiball coach, Mr. Richard Hoppe, presenrs ihe Charles Roger Finley Award io senior Roger Sachleben ior his oufsiand ing leadership in sporis and academics. During lhe senior awards assembly, Ron Williamiiis graleiully accepis ihe David V. Rayburn Award amidsi numerous congraiulaiory rernarlcs and gesiures. Awards Wesi's students ance again reap various awards Fairmonl Wesi siudenis received a vas'l varieiy of awards 'For Their meriis. Leading her class wiih a 4.00 average for four high school years, Deborah Gololo acied as class valediciorian. Karie Crog- han. Kale Riley, and Jennifer Daly re- ceived Naiional Merii Scholarships, Over iiiiy siudenls received Dragon Bell Awards for ouisianding achieve- menis in various fields. Jerry Shepard received Jrhe covered B'nai B'ri+h Award and Jeff Goechel received ihe ouisiand- ing ciiizen award from The Daylon Bar Associaiion for his eiforis in leadership and learning. Because oi iheir oursianding achieve- meni, effort and leadership, Ron Wil- liamiiis. Yolande Fullon, and Roger Sachleloen received lhe David V. Ray- burn Award, The Mary Elizabeih Jones Award, and Jrhe Charles Roger Finley Award, respeciively. Senior speech sfudenl Yolande Fulfon. re- ceives rhe I968-I969 Mary Elizabelh Jones Fairmonl Wesl"s principal Mr. Alfred Bolen- der presenls senior Phyllis Carpenler wirh rhe Dragon Bell Award for Business Educa- Jrion as P.T.A. presidenl Dr. Lewis looks on. Memorial Speech Award presenied for Oul- slanding elforf and achievemeni in speech. 'M .,.QL2gT,fZ:3-...,.M Julia Roach, Milce Nolan, and Viclci Crum rine, Wes'l's represenlafives al' Jrhe na rional speech conlesls lhis summer, dis cuss lhe compelirion facing 'lhem Anxious I968-I969 Dragon Bell Award winners wail in line lo receive 'lhe awards given fo lhem by The P.T.A. for oulsfandinq work in varied academic and exfracurricular areas National Honor Society- Torch and Keystone initiates 59 iunior members in spring induction Fairmont West's chapter ot National Honor Society, Torch and Keystone, in- ducted titty-nine qualitied iuniors into membership on April 30. For eligibility, these students must rank inc top 2070 ot their class. Freshman Orientation was held May I3. Atter a short assembly, senior T. K. members conducted visiting Torch and Keystone: Front Row: Alice Hoover Jeanie Krieger. Shirley Dell, Viclcy Korosei. Marii lmig, Allyn Wallace, Randi Mclntyre, Becky Detricic, Viclci Youngman, Margaret Evans, Jan Nolte, Paulette Korlcegi. Row 2: Barbara 'Freshmen on a guided tour ot West's campus. New iunior members helped usher during graduation ceremonies. John Bryant State Parlc in Yellow Springs was chosen as the site tor the annual T. K. picnic on May 21. Junior and senior members and interested taculty members attended. Beebe. Anne Walther, Sue - Houseworth. Marcia Madden, Rosemary Rice Connie Sayer, Pam Medley, Viclcie Heclc. Linda Coons, Sue Hanlin, Cheri Friesel, Jan Van Zant, Kathy Scimone. Row 3: Zan Feeman, Beverly Thorn- Senior National Honor Society members, Glo- ria Shantz and Debbie Morrison, help load the trunlc with sott drinks to take with them to the picnic at John Bryant State Parlc. In the ceremony presented tor an assembly ot sophomores, newly tapped iunior member, Michael Bridgman, accepts a congratulatory handshake trom T.K. adviser Mr, Paul Wagner. hill, Milce Bridgman, Jim Craven, Gary Smith, Dean Clemm. Connie Freier, Jett Gochoel, John Mohr, Sandy Owen, Melodie Bair. Alice Schmidt, Virginia Sando, Cynthia Williams. Quin and semi: Parents witness Quill and Scroll spring induction New To The Ouill and Scroll inducTion ceremony This year. parenTs oT The in- ducTees wiTnessed The monumenTal can- dlelighT inducTion in EasT uniT lobby. Unlilce pasT years, inducTion Tool: place separaTely Trom The iournalism banqueT, hosTed This year by DRAGON TALES sTaTT. Excellence in iournalisTic and scho- lasTic achievemenT combined wiTh The qualiTy oT good leadership marked The asseTs possessed by This year's inducTees oT Quill and Scroll, The EairmonT WesT chapTer oT The NaTional Honorary Jour- nalism SocieTy. Members oT boTh The DRAGON and DRAGON TALES sTaTTs wiTh grade averages in The upper one-Third oT Their respecTive classes meT eligibiliTy require- menTs Tor This organizaTion. The candi- daTes had To be nominaTed and ap- proved by The NaTional CommiTTee. Mrs. Jane Nolan, Tlanlmed by Mrs. Hal Logan and Carla l-lall, TearTully expresses her gra- TiTude as The iournalism banquel' marks The end of a nine-year career as DRAGON adviser. Ouill and Scroll members -honored Tor Their bers oT eiTher The DRAGON or DRAGON Church, Priscilla Bosnalc, Michael Nolan, ouTsTanding service and achie-vemenT as mem- TALES sTaTTs include: David Chambers, Claudia Jeanne MahTouz, and Maureen Kemper. With the thought ot only one lap to go Bruce Byington, senior trackrnan competing in the 880, pours on that tinal surge ot strength and determination so needed to insure victory. Track and Field Sachleben sets pole vault recorclp team 2ncl in WOL Last year's W.O.l.. tirst place team, led loy co-captains Tim Bridges and Gary Knight, tinished another successtul season this year. Several outstanding achievements were made by both team and individual ettorts. Roger Sachleben set a new record ot l3'6" in the pole vault. Gary Knight ran a time ot ten tlat in the IOO yard dash and took tourth in the 220 at the Dis- tricts. Nick Becker threw the discus l57' to win second place in the District in that event. West won the Kettering Invitational again tor the second straight year, and took second place to Springtield South at the West relays. At the W.O.L. meet in Xenia, West tinishecl in the sec- ond seat behind Beavercreek. West then took tourth place in the District. Straining to clear that ever-present bar, senior West trackman Roger Sachleben works .r..i i.rs K iita lj ',,1k,'. :gig i': i 'fk. zj :s' ",stk L '.:hr. 1 :-- I ,V,, .k,V f:.lk-7.' f mg. kl.Vf,, k.kf, 5 ,iVh., kVk.,Vk E: ,kry Lk,-:Vk kryy ..,e -,.f,- .ii, .'i. i,-i1 ff? ,ri. Ite 3 y ,,.. .yg.y l y,y,yy ,yy yyg, my . V. i-ii.ii i ,'ii i i'iifvs iiii' '.'- -ii, I, '1 ',1..',- -'11 iff,-iz 111 '.--..r1'..-.,.i,--'.' -L iy- icera. sris. siat 5 eeiy .eie lyr. ise. ,.s. a. i si. during an atter school practice session on his record-setting pole vault torm ot l3'6". x in i r Mike Nishimura. senior long iumper shows his sirong compeiifive spirif as he sirains for every viial inch of dislance a+ one of Wes+'s many dual lrack meels of 1969 season. 1- l Six year iraclc coach. Roberf Krilzer, an acfive influence on Wesl's many fraclc vic- iories, sirives lo inslill good sporisman- ship and proper conducf in his aihleies. V, , , Reiurning for a second year as head field coach, Mr. Ronald Wood sfrives lo esialdlish sporlsmanship and Wesi"s aihleies. Ch rislian alfiludes of compeiirive spirii in fi lssr I K f f iiii s lllii ' rg .lssll ' "" ' 1 , , ' gf? ,Wav mga A Q, ,l l T R L5 ,,-' illlliiglgl! L L ' V . Traclc learn co-caprain Gary Knight leading The 880-yard relay even? rounds 'rhe final curve and pushes lorward wilh fhe balon 'ro cross The finish line and gain a Wes? viclory. ,, sg Seniors Larry Cecil and Jim Anewall' place iirsr and second, respeclively, in one of lhe many lOOeyard dashes run during ihe All-Keilering lnvilalional 'rrack meet I3 l gif "IL -"' 'i'2f1.il'g.:'j:,"gf', rsrs sassas C l iff? 1 2 l C ieg if 2 a 1, If , r s, ,,m.,,A. ilci f in cscrs no ssssrs .r m.,, C. i isis rsrsr r L isis V,.- s cscs is so s , is srss as Fronf Row: Bob Servis, Dave Scudder, Milce Ely, Ron Macllinger, Norman Sirobino, Rex Riner, Rich Bowden, Coach James Andrews. -A..-0,5 Wifh powerful accuracy, iunior Rich Bowden makes a solid connecfion wi'rh ihe baseball Row 2: Jim Schlemmer, Pele Luiher, Timolhy Moran, Bill Common, Dave Virelli, Carl Ril- +er, Gary Sharfle. John Peylon, Dave Schub- as Dragon coach Jim Andrews loolcs on wilh hopes of lhe ignmon needed rally ler, Jim Lealces Chris Pa mer Phil Nelber? Timolhy Ireland Baseball Dragons capture second in WSL, show 1 1-8 record Afier a disappoinlring slarl' in which Jrhe Dragon balmen dropped four con- +es'rs, Wesl foughl back io a second- place showing in Jrhe WOL by winning games from Beavercreek, 3-2, and Cen- +er'ville, 7-I To succeed in gaining back 'l'he confidence +ha+ led Them lo an ll- 8 season record. Dragons kepf winning by bealing Fairborn, 3-l, and Miamisburg in +he firsl' game of a +win-bill, 3-I. ln 'I'he second game, Jrhe Dragons held for +hir- +een innings bul' los? in +he fourfeenlh on a lvliamisburg rally +ha'r made il' 4-3. Againsl Wilminglon, WesJr'pi+cher Rex Riner ba'Hled il ou1'- wilh +he oppos- ing pilcher in winning a I-O decision coming on a home-run by senior Norm Sfrobino. Defealing Xenia in ils firs+ dislricl' game, I5-8, Wesi mel' Valley View and was defeaied, 5-3. Wes+'s nexr viclrory came al Troy in a close game wilh The score, l-O. Dragons Jrhen 'finished by win- ning iwo of lheir final fhree games. Fronf Row: Sieve Saunders, William Bucher, Dave Rice, Bill Rayburg, Bill McQueen. Jim l l Dragon pifcher, junior Bob Servis, as he works foward a 'rwo-hi? game delivers a las? ball 'lo his opponenf over 'lhe always Jrough Cenlerville Team. Jacobs, Tom Corner. Row 2: Bill Lehman, Joe Briflon, Bill Merrell, Mark Ely, Bill Short Sieve Berner, Dave I-lildrelh, Skip l-libbs, Kennefh Wood, reserve coach Bill McConnell. 33 I5 Senior member of fhe firsf doubles feam Jim Howard loosens up his fough refurn in order fo be in fop form before an imporfanf mafch wifh cross-fown rivals Fairmonf Easf Falcons. lem Third place in W0'- lefmimfes successful year Dragon fennis feam. consisfing of four seniors and fhree iuniors, surprised area compefifion by finishing fhe sea- son wifh only fhree losses. Forfified by Jeff Linsker, Mike Fine- gold, and Bruce l-luffer in fhe singles deparfmenf, and fhe doubles combina- fions of John Mohr-Jim Howard and Tim Poffenger-Bob Ryan, Wesf com- piled an excellenf 9-3 record fo prepare for a fough fime in fhe fighf WOL race. Wesf nefmen were aided by senior refurnees Finegold and Linsker as fhey suffered buf one loss in fhe WOL and fwo ofhers ouf of league. Wesf encounfered ifs foughesf rnafch wifh Oakwood who defeafed fhe Dra- gons 3-2 on Wesf's own home courfs. As fhe WOL mafch approached wifh fhe end of fhe season. Dragons had enough experience fo finish high in fhe meef. Wesf finally finished fhird behind Troy, whose enfire feam made fhe final round, and second-place Fairmonf Easf. Members of varsify fennis feam. Fronl' Row: Jim Howard, Bob Ryan, Jeff Linsker, Bruce g, . i.,.....,..., 4 , ,L,:, , . , V.,F, 1- 1,-fr we-,,. ,-,,5f555a,..U1,1:,5.:,,, ,. . . .,,,. r r s sr sr s, s s ,.,, , f- , ,. ..,, f, f rf- Q:-ff 'f,. , . ,..,,.,.,.,. .fr..,..c,.. J rrss. .ssrl rlrs 1 Q rrsr sZ22'iff?fG :ge- ' ,l v'ffTlifjf,f.fff f'f17Y'- ' - 215: fYfVflf'5 i'l2'iiY2JYE-il-'iiilv isdfffiiq Tiff: l-luffer. Row 2: Coach Charles Morgan, T Poffenger, Mike Finegold, John Mohr. L. H. im CM Dragons lop in Dayton disfrich third in WOL Despile losing eighl ol lheir lirsl nine malches, lhe Dragon linlcsmen relurned rapidly inlo league conlenlion wilh len wins in eleven conlesls and also look a devaslaling lirsl place al lhe Daylon cily dislricl goll meel. Losing ils lirsl malch lo arch-rival Fairrnonl Easl, Wesl's only win in nine malches lo come was over Oakwood, 6-3. Finally, al ils lenlh meel, Fairmonl lound ils winning ways by squealfing by Xenia, 5-4. Wilh a lie al Miarnisburg in lhe nexl malch lhe Dragons slormed lo eighl conseculive viclories lo malce an overall season record ol len wins, one lie, and eighl deleals lor a respeclable lhird place showing in lhe WOL. Dragons, being viclorious al lhe dislricl meel, wenl on lo slale compe- lilion bul gained only experience as lhe leam losl oul lo lougher rivalry. i Wilh pallerned molion and sleadied nerves, senior goller Doug Gage displays lhe slyle employed in pulling which has helped him in winning lhe medalisl lille in several meels. RECORD i ' FNRMONT ,WEST is OPPONENT 2 i '-Fairmonl Easl-i gl 0 iEs+qn a i 9 W he oaiwsad 3 l :Oy .Hoy ,L y or -Fairview iQ, i Z", Clenlerville I l7is D fir, Fairborn i5g - 3, compass ie, 2111 Vlfavneii 6112 1 5 Xenia is is Q4 D i 4lf21 lvliamisburg 7 Besyeifaeeki D i i i2 hey, Sfebbffns QVZ is csfiafl so 77 Beavercreek D21 D D ,Ss filler Q i s ,4 yi V8 Cenlerville D D Dil' ,9 - 7. 'Wesl Cla rrolllon no Springfield Norlh Fronl Row: Jellrey Slurnp, Robe-rl Merrill, Doug Gage, Frank Trippell, Jell Wise, Dave Leslie Ogle, Daniel Woods. Peler Graybill, coach Bill Kaylor. Row 2: While. Row 3: Bill Barnes. Chris Ziehler, l Tennis learn member, Holly Daqenlmardwl prac- 'lices for perfedion in her swing as she prepares for ner nexl' imporlanl' malclw againsl' The always 'rough Oakwood 'l'eam. TENNIS-Fronf Row: Sue Houseworllw, Linda Row 2: Kale Slorrs, Nancy Neuberl, Carol Marquardf, Ann Roberlson. Kalie Croghan. Moline, Holly Daqenlnardf. Miss Penelope Moll. 5 A A LF 'N L : . siss s - as GOLF-Miss Pal Davis, Barb Gillan, Becky Calon, Marilyn Blesi, Ellen Arvold. Gillan, Penny Baker, Rila Boclclwold, Denise rm Dragonefles' spring program displays talent Girls inlerscholaslic spring sporls added a new dimension of pleasure and Jralenl lo lhis year's already aclive Girls Alhlelic Associalion. Experience proved plenlilul and helpful Jro rhe Jrhree inler- scholaslic reams. Aclion abounded on Jrhe sollball field, 'rennis courls, and golf greens as lhe Dragonelle upperclassmen guided lhe newcomers on lo beller lechniques and spiril. Assisred by excellenl and spiriled coaches. The 'lhree inlerscholaslic leams displayed Their imporlance and meril lo Fairmonl Wesl's aihlelic program. 'ea f Sophomore golf enfhusiasl, Rifa Boechold, diligenlly pracfices her precise pulling al Communily Golf Course before an imporlanl malch againsl lhe 'rough Wayne Warriors. ,jen r n rirrs 5 Vgysg by . " ' i 'K :lllfioi ssiss'lr issilli iars irslrri rygig rigyyg grgys r gyyg gggsy sgg gyrggyyg gyyg SOFTBALL-Ffenl' Row: Anne Crawford. Jeanne Ballard, Sue Walson. Row 2: Shirley Thompson. Ealon. Lori Lawson, Debra Zechar, Marilyn Gram' FOH7- Jeanne K"e'9eV- Maureen Kemper- Cennle Barb Biagi, Debbie Folhergill, Miss Francis Fashion Shows Rhyfhmeffes give fashion show for chiIdren's benefit For The TirsT Time in WesT's hisTory The RhyThmeTTe corps sponsored a Tash- ion show. All proceeds wenT To D.A.N. C.E. lncorporaTed whose volunTeers do- naTe Their Time To work wiTh children who are blind, menTally disTurbed and handicapped. Corps members sold TickeTs Tor The show where They modeled The laTesT sTyles Trom a local cloThing sTore. OuT- TiTs ranged Trom swimsuiTs wiTh bell- boTTom cover-ups To culoTTe dresses and mini-sl4irTs. AnoTher evenT aT WesT This year oc- curred when The English and music de- parTmenTs joined The Home Economics deparTmenT in presenTing iTs annual spring Tashion show. Girls Trom The l-lome Economics classes modeled Their own selT-creaTed Tashions. Mrs. Jan Adams, a Tormer Mrs. Ohio, gave The girls modeling Tips on good posTure, correcT wallcing and sTand- ing, and selT-comfidence. Miss l-lelen Voglfesang and Mrs. Bernice Fowler, Home Economics Teachers, coordinaTed The evening program. l s T 1 RepresenTing D.A.N.C.E. lncorporaTed. a To all blind sTudenTs wiTh The help of people blind girl demonsTraTes dance sTeps TaughT who volunTeer Their Time To These children. EscorTed by a UniTed STaTes miliTary man, shows an aTTenTive audience an ouTTiT wiTh a RhyThmeTTe Karen Lewis 5Trilqe5 5 pgge as glqe midriff Top and lOOSS-'ltliiing bell boTToms. Music provided by The Lords lends 5 mod- chance to dance slowly amongst the hay and ern air to the dance by giving couples a to 'enioy the casual atmosphere ot the dance. The barnyard atmosphere entices some cou- while other couples stand back and overwhelm- ples to have a hoe-down and square dance ingly enloy the impromptu, exuberant activity. "same Hawkins-' Decorations lend authentic air to turnabout clance Authentic decorations lent a testive air to the annual turnabout dance. This year's Sadie Hawkins dance provided the pertect atmosphere tor a tun and realistic country dance. Decorations consisted ot realistic cardboard animals. l-lay scattered on the gymnasium tloor completed the authentic atmosphere and supplied am- munition tor several unscheduled hay tights. Many girls made original boutonnieres tor their dates. Sue Houseworth won the prize tor the most original boutonniere. Shirley Larger and Steve Baltes received a prize tor their appropriate outtits. Music by The Lords provided enter- tainment tor the many colortul and dit- terently dressed couples. John Young sits with his date Suzette l-lan ner blending in with the realistic barn yard decorations and watching the testiv ities at the annual Sadie Hawkins dance 2 - Student Council's annual Sadie Hawkins enacting the country pleasure ot sitting on 'Dance tinds Bill Gray and Karen Barnes re- a haystack and watching chickens at play. l E As the Junior-Senior Prom all-too-quickly draws to a close, seniors Laurice Carter and Thomas Woods savor the last tleeting moments with the tinal dance ot the night. Relishing the attractive decorations ot a and animals. Bill Tflvette and Kaye Ireland woodland pond complete with enchanted plants contemplate the rnaqifl Ot the night- Prom "Enchanted Forest" theme of prbm On Saturday, May l7, the iunior class ot Fairmont West High School present- ed the l969 Junior-Senior Prom. Us- ing "Enchanted Forest" as the theme. iuniors transtormed Wampler's Silver Ballroom into a wonderland ot mysterious animals and magical tlowers. Serving as chairman and coordinator ot the entire attair, Junior Social Chairman Nan Strobino consulted Junior Class Adviser Mr. George Tarzinslci on all plans betore they were tinalized. Juniors eagerly volunteered to serve as chairmen tor the various committees which were tormed. Jan Nolte acted as chairman tor the General Decorations Committee. Sally Grieman and Chris Davis served as co-chairmen ot Floor Decorations Committee. Mad ivlohanco and Karen Lewis were in charge ot door decorations while Sue Brust and Becky Detriclc co-chaired the committee in charge ot Table Dec- orations. Ginny Sando, assisted by Connie Sayer and Cindy l-lahn, planned the presentation ot the door prizes. Other committees included Ticket Committee, led by Jeanne Folz and Judy Wheaton, Publicity Committee, chaired by Cindy Williams and Jan Van Zant. Couples danced to the music ot "The Imperials" who played a variety ot mu- sic ranging trom "slow" to "rocl4-and- roll" to "soul", Unanimously considered a success, the prom will be remem- bered tondly by all who attended. Enjoying lhe' "soul" music provided by "The appreciale Jrhe decoralions, which included a Imperialsf' Weslonians and their dales gianl bullerily, of "The Enchanled Forest" Dick Dormilzer, Kalhy Banks, Sieve Trim- Palsy Paddock agree Jrhal fhe l969 prom, born, Priscilla Bosnak, Jim Wick. and "Enchan'red Fores+" deserves remembering. In Memoriam Westonians mourn deaths of teacher, student Mr, Lawren Kludy suttered a tatal heart attack on Sunday, September 29, I968. He conducted seminar and adult classes in addition to teaching physics and advanced science. Always willing to listen and eager to teach, Mr. Kludy had established a genuine rapport with his students. Mr. Kludy telt that lite should be lived to the tullest. His hobbies includ- ed: mechanics, canoeing, photogra- phy, reading, Ohio History, ancient In- dian culture, geology, and astronomy. Senior Donald Adamfs died on Fri- day, May 2, I969. Don was enrolled in the advanced science program and served as a lab assistant. Don actively participated in intra- mural sports during his senior year and was a member ot the French Club during his high school years. Statt Staff of the Dragon completes 1969 summer supplement issue EDITOR ... COVER ............................ BACCALAUREATE-COMMENCEMENT SPORTS BANOUETS .... ATHLETIC HONORS SCHOLASTIC AWARDS .... SCHOLASTIC HONORS .... BOYS' SPORTS GIRLS' SPORTS ...... FASHION SHOW .... SOPHOMORE DANCE .... PROM ........ IN MEMORIAM Claudia Church .. ..Pam Kemp Jan Nolte Pam Kemp Margie Zaremski, Sheila Nelson Mike Nolan JohnDrayton Marilyn Grant Linda Cantrell, Peggy Cantrell Lara Lackey Jan Nolte . Melissa Brown, Sandy Lewis Debbie Morrison, Gloria Shantz Frank Trippett, Bob Chapman Doug Freeman, Jett Wise Joy Hildreth Vicki Crumrine Judy Keller .... Maureen Kemper Madeline Mohanco Kathy Banks Priscilla Bosnak, Patsy Paddock .. . . . . . . . .. Carleen Marshall Members ot the class ot I969 quietly listen I969, as they anticipate the presentation ot twelve years ot education, the end ot an old during commencement exercises on June 4, diplomas, symbolizing the termination ot heritage, and the birth ot a new heritage. IUINEIAEI CIHNEILSIOW SI EIITID HHHS HH YOOSHVHL :IO DIDVH NI PIDLLS CINV FIITID NELSIOVX Q - 'WJ 'N V I ERITAGE I


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