Fairview High School - Tower Of Memories Yearbook (Dayton, OH)

 - Class of 1977

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3701757 ofdmsmofziaa 7977 9357055017 cgvcgoofj Dayfofz, 06750 Cya fzfirffs Qzyafnzafz f'aQf0'z-02-Cziajf A Tower ot Memories is built on Reflections thoughts and images ofa year gone by. Table of Contents Reflections of The Year The People Reflecting . . . going back to look vvitn nostalgia at the people vve knevv and the activities with which vve were involved. rf Tfii . t.t . ,fn I A -.af1"1?'M jg- l,,1-f lim Images. . Jndividuelpursuits, creative expression, group projeots. . . memories of e sohool year. if-f s r . 0 5 --'-"""- .px Vai? K' .......... .,. ,.. ..., ,V,.. ,,,o .-.- ,Q H Remember a solitary achievement, an experience well-guided, a successful partnership, laughing with friends. Nc better reflection cf a year remains than this. f7R"! p if .. I . 'fl- 5! L 31 P - L v l LM , . 5 ii: ,l f f iff: Q in ' MSQQ. l' ., af QT 555 I 3 4 Y s ' 'Y . . 'Q c I X N . Logs' YM ,X Q , ' .1 41 wwf The Class of 7 980 Arrives On August 31, 1976, approxi- mately 25O students assembled in Fairview's auditorium to attend Freshman Orientation, sponsored by Student Government. Presi- dent Alison Willis said, "The new students were very coopera- tive and responsive to the pro- gram." Assistant Principal Mr. Denney, responded, "Orienta- tion assists the new students in adjusting to their surroundings." Many of the students later became involved in athletics: others excelled in academics. Aside from their achievements, however, each student added to the spirit and pride which make up Fairview High School. ' , s. . 'ie --'aw-.4 5 g is '- h -:Sat-'Gil Q - ' 50:5 s . wa" . , 1 1-QA N -- - ,s-:MTNQ l ' --593555 t as-,gif ' 1 ss: s X I-if-15 s TJT EST , XE! , . 1 ff . bmw . ' ' 'f . rv Nikifi I y ' ' -I i Q ' - L X, 4 .K . E i N. s . 2 N my W1 p k L , A K .Q s 5 , N s Vx' - AG: , u' .' Q s . . XX- ' 1.:'.Xsa Q V I - - . a K 'vp . , , , , ' 1 'jvvft -- .ggi E D .sx',',- ' L1','.1: ' - f Q . . D A a ' ,'u',.n:A l . 'lf .s l I K F y ' . ' " o X ... ,. . ., A X . :?o:,"'xs ' ':.-" p.'.',"-X '.f5Q'fg: "-a,tj---- f3'lf "N" "1 ,M 1 --v., ow .9 ., . X 1' ,--N - ',.-n. 2515- " is . iii, Bulldogs Have an Even Record The '76-'77 Bulldogs gave every indication of a winning season, after a grueling summer workout, by winning their first game at Oakwood. Plagued by inquiries the Bulldogs went on to complete an even season with a 5-5 record. .yu sf, so ofa- 1-0' 'N - fVr?"b?!5'igf Q gs? i .. , s s s 53' H "H 4 'H' ' Q 32 -,ii 5 FAIRVVW I The Reserve Bulldogs displayed amazing potential in their two wins during an eight game sea- son. Coach Potenza feels he will be able to send several players to the Varsity ranks next season. Apathy and the small size of the players hurt the Frosh team this year. The turnout at tryouts was very small and few players who made the team were very big. None the less, the frosh played well together and finished with high hopes for years to come. ll 'K' . I I Q . ,Y ""'hg FAIRVIEW gf Z N 5 'M l li? The Bulldogs completed a sound season with numerous indi- viduals playing the kind of foot- ball many colleges desire. Five Bulldogs received full scholar- ships to various colleges and uni- versities throughout the Midwest and South. Blair Brown, Don Grimes and Lonnie Harris made first team All City, Nelson Moore and Mike Scarpelli were voted onto the second team and three more seniors received Hon- orable Mentions fCraig Bacher, Norman Shearer, Allan Ste- phensj. The Bulldogs also were aided by the play of Junior Ken- ley Starks who came off the bench when Quarterback Steve Edwards was injured early in the season. Starks was named Most Improved player of the '76-'77 season. Was the team's five wins and five losses reflective of the talent of the '76-'77 Bulldogs? Not according to Coach Winters, who pointed out that three of the five losses had one touchdown or less difference. Clockwise from left: F. Price, L. Harris. S. Edwards. A. Stevens. C. Bacher, Donovan . I . Pierce . E . Harris , Coach Cheerleaders Boost Spirit The performance of the cheer- leaders during football season reflected the hours of practice by the squads. Although these hours of work were difficult and tiring, they were also filled with enjoy- ment. After practicing throughout the summer, the Varsity and Reserve Squads were well prepared for the games which lay ahead. Led by Captain Sara Alford and Co- Capt. Gloria Roffe, the Varsity cheered the team on through rain, snow, and bitter cold. The dedication of each individual and the cooperation and friend- ship shared by each girl resulted in the squads being considered the best in the area . ,mpvvf-A t 5, 9 ,rg ... A . -,gr "Y" ew. ' M . The 1976-1977 Varsity Cheer- leaders are: S. Alford CCapt.J, G. Roffe 4Co-Capt.D, S. Sells, J. Romeiser, A. Willis, S. Hines, P. Chaney, A. Gard- ner, M. Regulinski, E. Knapp, and K. Wilson. The Fairview High School Band and Scotchettes took on a new name and a new look this year, and it all started at Band Camp. The Band wasted no time and that night the Band and Scotch- ettes were introduced to "Every- thing You Always Wanted to Know About Marchin Band, But Were Afraid to Ask!" . After five days of 6:00 a.m. wake-up calls, sunshine, sun- burn, rain, ankle deep mud, rehearsal and more drill and more rehearsal - the Band and Scotchettes were ready to start the 1976-1977 marching season in style. ,sv W '. I . V-, A Mia ,,,,., xv-' A 'Q KP. I if ! if VX., 5 I 1 Q ,ggi . QQ Clockwise from left: G. Roffe, J. Romeiser, B. Min Lon, S. Alford, S. Sells, E Knapp, K. Wilson, M. Regulin- ski. D. Dornbusch, S. Alford. P. Reinsch, D. Dornbusch. W. Triplet, L. Romere. I. Caplinger, D. Derubusch, L. Romere . W.. ., . ,:,... 3 .Q jx If' .5 li 1 L .qwb .wg-A as ...X . Q 3 ' 1:19 -5 l .HM ,s ww f..-A . . s Y, 6 '-.-k ss ' 5. .gp Band Parents Recognize Seniors -3 Y "-:QL so .., S ""v-nwqwg . .aww .fs - rg. J .. , ,mi Z4 M' at .., .., After a long and anticipated wait the Senior Band and Scotch- ette members got to wear the new uniforms they waited 22 years for. To celebrate their debut - a star spangled spectacu- lar show was planned for the Chaminade-Julienne football game. This was the Band's way of extending their sincere thanks to all the patents, students and everyone who supported all the fund raising projects that made the dream a reality. 5. 1 , .4 -12' .. ,- Spirit Week, a tradition at Fairview for many years, was designed to prepare students for the biggest game of the season and give them an opportunity to show school spirit. At Fairview there has always been a favorable amount of student participation during Spirit Week. On the first night of Spirit Week, each class got together and decorated their assigned halls. Decoration night was full of hanging streamers, painting murals, blowing up of balloons and finally cleaning it all up. The Spirit Week judges were administration and faculty members who took time to judge the spirit and participation of each class. --, Ai. f ..........f., Spirit Week Sets Mood for Roth Game Clockwise from far left: S. Regulinski, R. Barrett. D. Jeter, R. Ross, C. Camp bell, W. Jones. S. Bass, W. D8I'1'1I'IlO1'1S, K Hayes. L. Maddox, E. Knapp, M Regulinski . G. Brown, M. Brown Brooks, Mrs. Booker. A. Romero, K. Gideon Scott, B. Newman. 'M The Roth game, rather than the traditional Meadowdale game, was chosen for spirit week. Unlike previous years, Spirit Week was celebrated separately from Homecoming. The entire week was one of combined efforts of both faculty and students, working toward one common goal. All of the classes displayed tremendous school spirit, but the most spectacular of all were the seniors. Their creativity. together with the total input of the whole class, added up to one sensational performance . Seniors VVin Spirit Week Clockwise from far left: Mrs. Booker, Mrs. Davis B. Brown. E. Knapp, Mrs. Booker. Cross Country Teams Do Well in City League "The Girls Cross Country Team headed by Senior Denise Thompson was excellent," said Coach Borchers. The girls won every meet, placing second only to Wayne. The Boy's Team showed tre- mendous potential for the 1977- 1978 Cross-Country season. Mark Widdowson, who was consistently the third or fourth best runner in the city, led the team with strong endurance. "Overa11," said the Coach, "both teams worked well together and prac- ticed long hours. With the expe- rience of this year's boy's team, I'm -confident that they like the girls will uphold the pride of Fairview in the coming season. " Clockwise from left: T. Knox, D. Thompson, K. Moosbrugger, F. Cassels. J. Jacobs, D. Toile, M. Wid- dowson, R. Bumgardner. J. Jacobs. T. 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Farnbacher Tri-Delphi Presents 1976 Homecoming The highlight of the fall season was reflected in the 1976 Homecoming Dance. The dance sponsored by the Tri-Delphi organization drew an enthusiastic crowd. The theme of the evening was "Harvest of the World," which was indicated by the backdrop of the harvest moon and traditional fall foliage. Seniors Susie Sells and Edward Knapp reigned as Homecom- ing King and Queen. B' eff nv-qgr .5-rf if Clockwise from left: B. Brown, G. Heflin. E. Knapp, S. Sells. A. Stephens, S. Hines Clockwise from left: Freshman Attendants: S. Thomas, P. Moore Junior Attendants: K. Starks, J. Clark. King and Queen: S. Sells, E. Knapp. Senior Attendants: G. Heflin, B. Brown. Sophomore Attendants: S. Foster, A. Rogers. 1512! 4 aw A X Y 331 Volleyball Gains in Popularity Clockwise from left: N . Farrell D . Tuckerman , Jeter . N. Ponichtera. T. Condron. D. Tuckerman B. Rutledge. B . Rutledge , D F. HA. Displays 1976 Fall Fashions T3 The members of Future Home- makers of America, an organiza- tion of students interested in Home Economics, displayed the 1976 fall fashions in a spectacu- lar pageant held at Fairview. The event was sponsored by F.H.A. and clothes were fur- nished by Simplicity Fashions Patterns. Clockwise from left: D. Iorden, A. Ford. C. Hildebrand. P. Alcorn. S. Foster. A. Willis, G. Brown. u i Clockwise from left: C . Frydman . I. Godshall, N. Ponichters, S Saeks. I. Booher. G. Pavlofsky, T. Leach. M. Avant. S. Stall. QQ 'win ff "Youre a Good Man, Charlie Brown Features Outstanding Cast kt M'i5iS .52- ,... -5'-5. , Clockwise from left: K. Kirkendall. "vh...,,,5 B. Radford. N. Ponichtera. S. Young. P. Torvik, D. Neiman. D. Neiman, K. Kirkendall. P . Torvik . Q 2' "F,f 4 Q..g31i if p . 1 , H Q . 3351 if 3 5 . . .fav Jug lm. , tg, S Q.. 5 i ' up-, V, A .,.. - - 3. A A 41.2 5 Seniors Provide Teem Leadership It was a hard season for this year's basketball team after being city champs last year. To say the least a lot was expected from the team, but they didn't disappoint their fans. A11 mem- bers did their best at every game which made for some exciting moments. The highlight of the season was Fairview's brutal beating of the strong Belmont team that had stopped last year's Bulldogs in the tournament. A strong group of seniors led the Bulldogs in rousing spirit. 2 K M 'K- Girl 's Basketball Team Flnlsnes an Excellent Season This year the 1976-1977 Girl's Basketball team made an all out effort to win every game. They were supported at every basket- ball game by the Pep Club and student body. With the coaching of Miss Arnelle Jackson and the support of everyone, the girls proved to excel themselves, and giving every effort they had to pull through till the last second of the game. Although any team plays better when supported by an enthusiastic student body. The pep club worked to provide this necessary support by sponsoring two dances and developing an active interest in the school's athletic activities. Returning players from the previous year were: Debbie Tuckerman, Shir- ley Foster, Barbara Brooks, Debra Hall among others which dis- played excellence during this season. n-5 JN. .94 Clockwise from left V. Brooks B. Brooks S. Foster V. Brooks L. Fields S . Foster 2 I Academic and Classroom Activities Are interrupted f'?3f,: 'zs.'5?f?fF.sA ' .gif . . ,,. 44, . L L . ""f?,gQWvSws:a1-:fi f. " Between January and February, no one really knew if school was going to be opened from one day to the next because of the energy crisis and heavy snows. All schools were finally closed for the last week in January and first in February and re-opened on February 16. This was a bad time to close school because classes were interrupted and the work to be done had to be dropped until school re-opened. Despite all this the faculty and students came back and gave it their best. An optimistic outlook for the future prevailed. we '31 . ,Z ,K f J, .yy-iw-jgx. H 1 x eff , A , ,,. W ' 1 !,JNx'.- If 5' 4551151459: is A' H l , o f 'Q 'Q WI Gymnasts End a Successful Season Clockwise from left: V. Jordon B. Lynch I. Flohr T. Leach S. Sells S. Materme D. Gordon I. Romeiser Wrestlers Place in City and District The 1976-'77 wrestling squad had a great year with a 6-1 city record and a 3rd place finish in the City Tournament. "This was the best that Fairview's team has ever done in the City Tournament." said Coach Smith. Everyone was quite pleased with Blair Brown's performance this year. He was lst in the Sectionals and Districts and was the first Fairview Wrestler to ever go to the State. Other Senior wrestlers were Kenny Wilson, Tony Thomas, Mike Atwood, Rodney Furguson, and Walter Triplet. Clockwise from left M. Scarpelli B. Brown C. Taste K. Wilson Coach Smith B. Brown I. Jacobs Q-in Wk: 50 I 5 Fairview Presents First Dinner Theater Fairview Drama Department presented an evening perform- ance of two-one acts with din- ner. This unique experience was held in Cola Cottage for family and friends. Nancy Ponichtera and Mark Goldfarb entertain the audience with the play, "Loose Ends." "The Game" was also presented as department officers served as host and waiters. 52 Juniors Sponsor Get-Togethers The Junior Class sponsored numerous activities for the benefit of the student body. One such activity was the get-together with classes. Senior officer Steve Edwards rolling the records as stu- dents enjoyed the informal opportu- nity to be with friends. Men 'S and Women 'S Track Teams Bring Home Victories Tlhlii 1 K . ' wgtconc stanton t wstcg- i ?i i A ? r V??l 11 pi tyysi ,sw t pta . , fy , y p. A The 1977 Varsity Track season opened with spring rains and cold weather. Despite the conditions, both the men's and women's teams ran well throughout the year. Both teams were comprised of young runners and the year was one of experience, as well as success. - ef ff 1 28:6 Il x 1 . .Amar W AQ. WE'-COME 5l6.9.'!!.'4.. '..!'.E-HOME STABLE!-' X E V X tt tt .B 1 Lf W Top left: Greg Brown Bottom left: Lonnie Harris H' Top: Beverly James Bottom left: Kenley Starks Bottom right: Starla Heard Women's track competed in numerous meets in the area. The highlight of the season was Den- ise Thompson qualifying for the district tournament in the long jump. Men's track had an unprece- dented entry for Fairview of these events in the State Tournament. ..........,,:,,...,.. . st 4. ig : . Haifa ix ll QQ mg, rf 1: E sg - - 1,-N tytts 5 -1' ' Q w xfts M"""'-"Qn-.- The 880 yard relay team of Vaughn George, Floyd Horton, Kenley Starks and Lonnie Harris set a new school record of 1:29.6. Other state qualifiers were Lonnie Harris in the 100 yard dash and Kenley Starks in the long jump. Imperial House ls the Scene of Senior Dinner Dance The senior class provided an entertaining evening honoring the graduates. The dinner dance was held at Imperial House South with the 1977 class presenting retired princi- pal Floyd G. Norman with a present. The final social event for the graduates was an exciting affair for all that attended. ff I N- Clockwise from left: C. Harris C. Sheard, Mr. and Mrs. Nor man I. Weaver, S. Alexander E. Knapp, Mr. Norman C Dowell. Band Presents Zampogna ll On May 6, 1977 the Fairview Band and Scotchettes presented an entertaining evening of song and dance. The program con- sisted of light musical numbers including "Fifth of Beethoven" and a zany clown act. Scotch- ettes performed a twirling umbrellas routine to "Laughter in the Rain." The band and Scotch- ettes revived the traditional winding of the Maypole as the band played "Getting Happy." The evening was an impressive ending to a productive year. Bottom left: M. Goldfarb Bottom right: E. Wilson, L. Moore, T. Wade Softball Team Gains Recognition for Women vga 'i . K-. . The Girls Softball Team, coached by Mr. Borchers, had a good season with a 6-5 win. Having only two seniors on the team, the young team will prove to grow strong and powerful by next year. Outstanding players were Deb- bie Tuckerman, Armeater Boat- wright, Lynette Fields, Lillie Dixon, and Tina Ross. Averaging 23 hits per game, Belmont was the only difficult contender. Despite the many injuries, a broken nose and leg of Toni Pig- ford, and Jenny Pratt's leg-knee accident, the girls performed to their utmost capacity. - , '- 'r . ."" if ,Q , ' . ,." jf- 2 lf? miie Q-if' lb-Bm-if .Aw "XTX ,X . , Y' 75'-'u . rev? 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Ferrell L. Fields T. Pigford 5 E 4 I L. 64 'Mn J' Fairview Recognizes Sohoiers Clockwise from left: B. Lynch C. Rumpf F. Cassels M. Eschbach C. Frydman D. Char, Mr. Montgomery Mrs. Davis CGuest Speakcrb . K 5 9 ,.,1.,.f ff :VV ' 1'nx.y,Q1ig' Vi 'W V is' W hw , W, I an "'4"r, "z,t1u5- 423 1,1635 if , Q ' Seniors Direct One Acts Seven senior drama students produced one-act plays as the theater's season final event. Directors were Nancy Ponicht- era, Julie Young, Diane Lieber- man, Susan Kolze, John Booher, John Godshall, and Ken Kirken- dall. The plays provide directing experiences for underclassmen and enjoyment for the audiences. Baseball Team Suffers From Lack oi Experienced Players, Has Rough Year Rebuilding Clockwise from right: J. Kelley H. Jordan, R. Bumgardner, B Brown, J. Kelley, R. Bumgard ner. .f Fencing Team Fares VVeli in City Competition Clockwise from left: T. Leach D. Hargrove V. Jordan K. Hitt Tennis Team Ties for Second Piece in City Competition Clockwise from right: E. Knapp G. Pavlosky G. Rosenbaum P. Aimmerman E. Mays R. Mayerson G. Rosenbaum .f e m-CRP? x ig, L,xSf X U fig s'f:,g+w s -45-at YES, 5 ,yi i, is In ,L ms "' Y pf3,3JLH, H r.,, Q.'i'f-T' si ri 1 r -i , . T-"2,T'-W ', 5'-A ' 1, "J , wh..-,.,f . , . X ,. , ,,,, m4 Su. ' - rf, , 'f,?'fi'iif.' fi:-' -ii-ZW' ,735 -L bk swf". 'eh s s - 1' .,if.ffsQfff.,ff My is it fi . . . 1 . W -,' F ' 7,317 -.,', ay, .fn en.: .N ,f-X133 Rig pigfrii..-f' by 5.2 ' A ,Q V '-'14-A "a,.ff,R-I, , ..r 'ffv - W svn aa, tim 4 tarp' pts' . fs., , I " ' rv,: 1 A , 1 Ea 51 s To L tisfeftiasssftekb. ease . ya f . , . .-.,,-4s s if xiii. tv 'gi QW' 'Mizz 5.4.5 Seniors Lead Team in Winning Season Captain and first singles player, Ed Knapp, captured sec- ond place in the city and led his team to a 7-2 city record, tying Stivers-Patterson for second place. Captain Knapp lost only one match in city play and with the help of MVP Gary Rosenbaum K8-15 and senior Rick Mayerson, continued the Fairview winning tradition in tennis. The first doubles team of Aaron Rodgers and Mark Mattis Q7-2 in city playj and the second doubles team of Ealy Mays and Gary Pavlosky also played an integral part in securing a win- ning season. 6 Student Work Displayed at Annual An Snow The annual art show pro- vided an outstanding display of student art work. One main attraction was artist Roger Crawford's portrait of retired principal, Floyd G. Norman. The entire show reflected the diversity and abilities of the excellent art program at Fair- view High School. K A -' If g 'Q .. QQ. . s 'I Ze- . loess' Www 0 1 ' ' ZX 0 P X pf K ,I 1 Q ul, L' 37 f,--... m! 'N Eu 1 3 S Juniors Present Past- Time Paradise The Class of 1978 presented "Past Time Paradise" at the Dayton Convention Center on May 27. This year's prom was attended by more people than any prom in the past five years, and everyone who attended agreed it was the best ever. All who attended the prom received as a favor a replica of the 1977 class ring. Another highlight was the band, Topaze, whose music appealed to all tastes. ft Sf, r is Us -Sp N We 'fn rt gs 525+ is ,ff Mimi We kg: X X 4. 1 X I' 1 -5 j Clockwise from left: L. Harris W. Jones, T. Wade R. Caesar A. Pierce R. Mobley, W. Tripleu, V Hodges T. Johnson, C. Frydman Seniors Select Fa vorites These are the individuals cho- sen as senior favorites. These students received the highest number of votes in a classwide poll taken in the spring. For each of the sixteen categories, stu- dents chose the girl and boy whom they felt best fit the sub- jects. The categories included areas of personality ranging from quietness to talkativeness, and achievement areas such as ath- letics and talent. N' br 'lf X M' " 3 ,a AQ ,-,,yj'i3'fQe jrsgliiinlasgefli., 1 W Gggggg-55' l,'f52tgj,Q V : P ,,:, L, k4. ?T W'-1,13 m k an iff -M e f -'L s ' s . it-xff7M,4 - X ' 't 'I 1, 1 1 V, .Q ,t..,Nr.. ,S dv, l if 'Ez'-igv'51:E1,3tzfA. 1 . 1' 1 ' 'vii lA:'?rf '4 , .4 -' .WN f A VW-"f.h1qT21,+-. -' i' q to ay Q, 0 ,tsewt ,Q Q-C V .3 iq. t ,. . Q. ,A :f'6'T2?i2?'7' ' ' 'Qi Fu. .,, ,X, 0, 5. 1, MOST SPIRITED: S. James, B. Pazitney i QUIETEST: K. Mathews R. Figgers Qty I' I. ff, 'R if?-EF" g '11 4' A F5 ASQ. .K .R ,., v - M' MOST TALENTED: P. Torvik, S. Sells. MOST TALKATIVE: A. Jones, B. Pazitney MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: P. Reinsch, P. Torvik -fsif if.- S. 'S kg ten 'ilu BEST DRESSED: P. Marvin, K. Fresh. MOST CONGENIAL: C. Talcroft, I. Romeiser. MOST RADICAL: S. Lewis, I. Finley. ,..mr"""' -4 'A x U JH, 1-nf., ' ww, ,Mi K, yy M is .,, ? My .Q 'L Q W 4-- " .vii 'X' 1,,,L.,:, , 21 -.e ,- wk , vw '.,' 1 L, 1j21H5" Mm, ..1'..gQ Tai. f k I--,,."f'N . W S ,, M, f MHZ.. , W., gi., 'fy 2355 L Zhi 3,3 QEV1 1 1' 4 V'w3i1'A ' is ,., 1, 5- -..xi ,,qiy.,4 x,24v..c-lf. . , . ,M Y '43 :h al sg A I EM ix ff 'N Uzgvlrabbzl .fir 4 .-...p 'Q- S' ' ff? 35,- ,,' ,. Q., Y 1, , p, K . .Y ,v-X-g,4V.gx,g,w 41. A I .-. '."""'i my 'L' 'Z ' . 343, ,:jf.XP.3Yg,4gf'A1s A 4 ' X 'X ' l'u.HE9!3x' ' 4 J s XY 4 - f 1N.:f15. f' ' X' '- 1, 4.. .-fi L. , jams 1.: er Jg lbnat z .,'l,, '4,g,1- A M,Q.. Ex 'ff525?Qf52 A .N , L, W, 5-'xml' tb Qs.. ffm .n zf '1'5 L " BEST DANCERS: E. Lyons. L. Harris. Fix NJA VW' rf- MOST ATHLETIC: CLASS CLOWN: MOST CONCEITED: B. Brown, D. Thompson. D. Odom, C. Whaley. F. Williams, L. Harris. -. ? rs. 3 . .,.,' 6 3 -1 f u .. . xxx E sf In .f viii! was fl fi COOLEST: S. James, N. Stiles. MOST POPULAR: S. Sells, S. Edwards , .ss f....,..f.., NN .. SILLIEST: C. Rumpf. BEST LOOKING: R. Mayerson. T"" Q'R'sTNfTstMN-esac Em, i Rmlaif,.zSw'5:eiSNQkaiCw T-fsssss's.a's'T'NfgT1T' I , A. as ,Q -r Q . sb! ES E - K L' F' . Fairview Honors Olympian Moses Ed Moses, 1976 Olympic Gold Medal Winner in the 400 meter hurdles, was honored on May 18. Ed, now a student at Morehouse College, is still actively pursuing his track career. He is also studying physics and engineering. Speakers on the program included Mr. Norman Feuer and Mr. Alex Gounaris. Rep- resenting Ed, who was unable to attend, were his brother Vincent and his mother, Mrs. Irving Moses. Outstanding Students Recognized et Program Clockwise from right: Ku E. app D. Thompson S. Edwards M. Scarpelli A. Romero P. Reinsch S. Klostermau 4 .x,. Xu. vs 5.1,-s Q. -,1 w ' w fi V " .5 -. if iv Baccalaureate Held at Temple Israel The 1977 Baccalaureate was held at Temple Israel on May 29 at 2:30. The Baccalaureate serv- ice was unique in that all the speakers were fathers of graduat- ing seniors. Those involved were Rev. Ivory James Jr. of the Col- legiate Hts. Church of Christ, Rev. H. Hodges of the Harriss Memorial Church, and Rabbi P. Irving Bloom of Temple Israel. The Concert Choir offered inspi- ration to the Senior Class through their Anthem and Choral Bene- diction. In her solo, Sheila James sang the Lord's Prayer. Rabbi Blooms sermon offered a message that was significant to all graduates, stressing faith in one's self, one's country, and one's God . S. James, A. Stephen W?"L.- ikkw 41. , -, uf 'ggwf 5 f "C",.4L' Seniors Avvait Graduation As graduation approached the Class of '77 realized that only through practice could they be able to make their commencement day be a suc- cess. With the guidance of their advisors, Ms. Carlton and Mrs. Davis, the seniors moved closer and closer to the long awaited graduation day. Ms. Carlton distributed the tickets for graduation to each senior. Felicia Cassels rehearsed her speech for commencement night. After much long practicing, the seniors are allowed some free time. 87 5 0 r K Q 5 i, NCR Scene of June 7 Graduation In preparation for the processional, seniors fix their caps and gowns before entering the auditorium. Together for the last time, they marched forward to take their appointed seats. On the evening of June 1, 1977 the graduating class of Fairview High School assembled for the most important moment of their high school careers. L,-1' The joy of graduation could only be expressed by the jubilant smiles and kisses of appreciation shown by several students upon receiving their diplomas. Mr. Ben Montgomery and Mr. Louis Galiardi, assistant princi- pals, awarded diplomas. Counter-clockwise: Mr. Galiardi gives a diploma to an apprecia- tive student. Mr. Montgomery receives a kiss from Felicia Cas- sels. Valedictorian Margaret Reinsch receives diploma along with a trophy. Peter Farrow receives diploma. in- 1.-.. -N With serious but open minds, the graduates listen to each of the speakers, who dealt with reflections, inspiration and chal- lenge. The speakers were Frelicia Cassels, Susan Kolze, Sara Alford, Kenneth Fresh and Rosa- lind Vera. The soloists were Mary Eschbach, Wade Hunt, and Peter Torvik. Each senior patiently awaited his name and solemnly rose to receive his dip- loma, each realized it repre- sented twelve years of effort, struggle, good times, bad times, tears and laughter in school. Jan Fisher's happy face reflected the feelings of the graduates. The tassel was turned and diplomas accepted. 4 4- .., Q,,! s... .vm L-- !-553' .fy fb H 'YY M . 1- kJrf',.pv,f,5fa ,B ,ff JW, ov ww. .. ,,. ' JI , V X vw,-yy , 1 "' , xii -'Yuki-'. ' . X, z- 'ELK' 3.-an Reflections of Seniors. . Faculty. . . Organizations. . Teams Ahfx, P was J.. , o , i T 55.3.-.,,., 'q ' ,-q, ' , I . H... , A-Q ,I - CRYSTAL ADAMS TAMMY SUE ADKINS SHERRY ALEXANDER SARA S. ALFORD CRAIG BACHER DIANA BALAS MELINDA JUNE BARBER DOUGLAS BARHORST VICKIE ANN BARROW I im HK' 'T . ' ,. , L.. ,pp " T1 J -f," ,R K. I xv' ' 'l. ,,l1E"2h. i- -"- Us BBBB .o-hx -any fx Q' , .' 'Agg- xil . ' IV x ' 7 SV 'il X ,,. X 41.,--:X SHARON R. BASS DENISE BEAM LYNN BEAUREGARD DIANA BENNETT RAMONA KATHLEEN BENNETT ION BLOOM JOHN BOOHER STEVEN BRANNER BARBARA BROOMHALL CHERYL A. BROWN VERNON BROWN IUDY LYNN BYRD IILL S. CAPLINGER FELICIA MARIE CASSELS SUMMER CAST RICHARD CHASE DAVID BRUCE CLARK wg"1f7 v v fr? 4-"Rf - TIMOTHY COMBS ALVIN LEON COOPER ROGER LEE CRAWFORD IR. IEANNE DALTON KAREN DANCE DANNY DANLEY CINDY DAVIS IAQUELINE DENNIS ROSE ANN MARIE DILLON LILLIE DIXON Qi STEVEN QUINCY EDWARDS KEVIN EICHENAUER SCOTT ELEY CHARLES WILLIAM ELLIOTT , LISA ELLIS MARY ESCHBACH WILMA EYLER TOM FARNBACHER BELINDA MARIE FARREN PETER PARRQW JW N17 0947 .Ek .-J' RODNEY L. FERGUSON JUNE E. FINLEY JAN FISHER KYLE FISK KENNETH FRESH CHARLOTTE FAYE FRYDMAN PAUL GAMBLE JAMES GARVERICK VAUGHN D. GEORGE LURETHA GILBERT JOHN GODSHALL DON GRIMES YVETTE ALINE HALL KIMBERLY G. HARRIS LARRY HARRIS :N . WENDY A. HARRUFF KELLY HAYES ALAN HECK GAYLE HEFLIN LORI HILL VICKY RENEE HODGES KAREN HOLLON DOUGLAS HONEYCUTT WADE THOMAS HUNT miiiygi.-'ff ffl If - , Q .S fix aff' EMILY HUYSMAN SHELIA YVONNE JAMES JOHN JENKINS PATRICIA JENKINS ANNETTE JOHNSON ANITA FRANCES JONES SANDRA JONES JOHN KELLY RENATA KIMBROUGH Cffvvf fongf0fUIGTiOf'15 'N'-,qw fl N?-.Z SHIRLEY KLOSTERMAN EDWARD M. KNAPP AARON L. KNOLL THERESA ANN KNOX SUSAN C. KOLZE KRISTIN L. LARSEN DIANE SUE LIEBERMAN MICHAEL LONG BETSEY LYNCH PAT LYONS RANDAL L. MAGILL DAPHNE YVETTE MALLARD TERRY MANSON PAM MARVIN I1 L 1' '7' KAREN ANN MASON KAREN M. MATHEWS RHONDA MATHEWS RICHARD MAYERSON EALY MAYS LESLIE MCDANIEL KENNETH MCDOUGAL THOMAS MCLINN CINDY MERDINGER CHERYL MILLER RENA ANN MOBLEY NELSON MOORE IR. PHILLIP A. MOORE ALFRED MORGAN LISA ANN MURPHY DULCIE NEIMAN BARBARA ANNE NICKERSON AARON OLINGER THERESA ORR ROBERT PAUL I. PAZITNEY VICKIE LEE PICKETT NANCY PONICHTERA LINDA QUALLS MICHAEL CHARLES REGULINSKI "tar ,aff X if 1 Q--., Q45 MARGARET JEAN REINSCH JOE REYNOLDS JAMES ROBBINS KATHY ROBERTS GLORIA JEAN ROFFE JOANIE GAIL ROMEISER GARY A. ROSENBAUM DAVID MICHAEL ROSS TINA ROSS CHRISTINE RUMPF SUSIE SELLS CATHY MARIE SHEARD NORMAN SHEARER CYNTHIA SHEPERD BILL SMITH xii TEX? f' A Rf? X 1 'Ii VICKIE STALLWORTH ALLEN STEPHENS TANYA STEVENS WAYNE STEVENS NICHOLAS STILES TAMMY LEE STOOKEY I 1 I1 CASSANDRA STOVALL THOMAS E. STUDEBAKER COLIN TALCROFT N V T -' XX XX N .N a , .- W-,M ,EL N "x , x H' in I X T 2 ' N . x -, 'N V 1' gl wb -17- ANTHONY THOMAS DENISE ELAINE THOMPSON DONALD THOMPSON ANTHONY TITUS PETE TORVIK LINDA M. TRICK WALTER W. W. TRIPLETT LISA TURNER ROZZIE VERA TONY WADE KAY F. WALKER JAMES WALLACE TONI YULANNA WASHINGTON JOE WEAVER CHARLES WHALEY 1 C Q il " LESLIE WHITEI-IEAD DENISE WILLIAMS PAYE WILLIAMS KENNETH WILSON BRAD WINFIELD ANITA L. WOLF ANDREW WOLFORD ANGELIA WOULLARD FRED WOULLARD JULIE YOUNG ROBIN A. YOUNG PETE ZIMMERMAN Administrative Team Sets Academic Standards Mrs. Jean D. Booker has been acting principal of Fairview High School since February of 1976. While serving as an assistant principal for eight years, Mrs. Booker worked with the faculty in improving the curriculum, attendance prodecures, and the activities program. As principal, Mrs. Booker pro- vides the leadership in all areas of the life in Fairview High School. Mrs. Booker believes this past year has demonstrated "a basically overall good relation- ship between faculty, adminis- tration and students. " Mr. Benjamin W. Montgomery ,r in ,L 1 13: - ,f ', RKNNP :aw 4 Mg , wi! 7 01 'If ff' Z'-fi ii ' f.f?f'6,f'f",xUU,, 7 pw A ,101 '. , ls , ARK! N '1 - , 1 1 1- ' W O 1.352 ," '- Z 'Qu ,344 -1,14 . . -'fwi Y s w - Xp,v, "l"-.' Y 1 11 "' x4 Mr . Robert Denney W 1 I I l r N Mr . Lou Galiardi Mr. Benjamin Montgomery, Mr. Lou Galiardi, and Mr. Robert Denny served as assistant principals during the 1976-1977 school year. Aside from acting as grade level administrators the assistant principals are individually responsible for various phases of Fairview's programs, such as activities, counseling, scheduling, and attendance. Having over twenty years experience as administrators, these three men make up a strong team. MR. PRINCE DAVIS COUNSELOR MRS . JANE FAHNER COUNSELOR MRS . IRENE HAWKER COUNSELOR MR. GLEN NIDAY COUNSELOR MR. RAY DANIELS SECURITY MR. WILLIAM DIXON SECURITY MRS. ELIZABETH LOCKETT COUNSELING SECRETARY MR. I. D. GRIGGSBY COUNSELING AID MISS BARBARA CARLTON BUSINESS MANAGER MR. TYLER RAY HALL MONITOR MRS. IULIA MOBLEY HALL MONITOR MRS. HANNAH NAPPER HALL MONITOR Wm? SIM Fx MR. MARK AVANT VOCAL MUSIC MR. PETER BARD MATHEMATICS MR. PIERRE BARKER SCIENCE MR. JOHN BORCHERS SOCIAL STUDIES MR. WILLIE BROWN SCIENCE MR. ROBERT BRUGGEMAN LANGUAGE ARTS MR. ERNEST CLAY INDUSTRIAL ARTS MRS. ANITA CONWAY SCIENCE MR. .IACK COX DRIVER EDUCATION MRS. SALLY CROWE LANGUAGE ARTS MR. IOSEPH DONOVAN ART MR. TOM FOURMAN SCIENCE MRS. ANNE FOWLER ART MR. DOUGLAS FOWLKS INDUSTRIAL ARTS , MRS. JANET FULLER HOME ECONOMICS MRS. BARBARA GALARNEAU HOME ECONOMICS MR. ALEX GOUNARIS SOCIAL STUDIES MR. GILL GREGORY SOCIAL STUDIES X ,Q 4? q"""7 1 1 ig U- if-1 ,-': , 1-MN. " -1- ,, I i A . .... W. A r J . j g ww V! I K' xml! 'Y ' Nr " 1' "N ' ,. . 1 I A , I 4. " IMT-'.1:::. i- ' Y . IAII Ny' 1 1 fl fs!! 1,5 . .. ff ,WS I, rg 3 I1 L , ' 614 . AI , ...nl RUS QTL? R , ,xy MRS. MAE GRIFFIN LANGUAGE ARTS ' MRS . ELOISE HICKMAN SCIENCE MR. CHARLES HODGES ART MR. DAVID HOOVER INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. NED HOOVER BUSINESS EDUCATION MISS ARNELLE IACKSON PHYSICAL EDUCATION MRS. ESTHER JONES LANGUAGE ARTS MR. PERCY JONES MATH MRS. EDLA KRAMER HOME ECONOMICS MRS. SUE LANE LANGUAGE ARTS MR. JAMES LINCOLN MATH MRS. VIRGINIA LOVE BUSINESS EDUCATION MR. ALONZO MALLETTE MATH MRS. HOPE MCGINNIS LANGUAGE ARTS MISS BARBARA MINTON LANGUAGE ARTS MR. CLARENCE MOORE INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. DAVID PALSGROVE DRIVERS EDUCATION MR. JAMES PERKINS SOCIAL STUDIES x Q. ,g.w....4s... . 2.35" .T - . SW NM a..,x H1 ,Q K is J f If I ' 97 ,,b, ., 1 W . .,- I 5 1 KZA N I in-' L funk 'yn - 1' . ' ' 4.5 Q ,A x X Ns? my 1 m if , fMf , 1 5 IQ . I .33 I MRS. MARIORIE TANIS READING SPECIALIST MR. CHARLES B. YOUNG INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR ROBERT PORTER SOCIAL STUDIES MRS MARIETTA POWELL BUSINESS EDUCATION MRS ADELE RILEY LANGUAGE ARTS MR GEORGE RINGLE INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR WILLIAM SMITH LANGUAGE ARTS MRS LINDA SNELLING MATH SPECIALIST MISS SANTHA STALL INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC MR DORSEY STEBBINS MATH MR RONALD SUMLIN O W A ,ff X X SECRETARIAL STAFF Main Office MRS. JANE MOODLER MRS. DIANE TREMAINE MRS. ARVADA ASHWORTH Attendance Office MRS. MARCIA HINES MRS. LOU NICHOLSON If , I 'x ff' . ! ,- U in g ,, Q T uni H . su ll' 4' CUSTODIAL STAFF: I. Terrel, J. King. CNot pictured: Night Custodial Staffj. CAFETERIA STAFF: SEATED CL. to R.J: E. Martin, M. Abbott, I. Newell. STANDING CL. to RJ: E. Ernst, A Tudor, C. Wilkes. 'xv' nr' Jw - A-'vu' Vv,' K H- . . ........ -. W - , , Q ,,., , t A I V nl 41. ' . N . h w-. ' ' A " 'nv-. VARSITY FOOTBALL: BOTTOM CL. to R.J: W. Woodson, K. McDougal, N. Moore, L. Harris, A. Stevens, B Brown, C. Bacher, D. Grimes, D. Millner, V. George, R. Crawford, D. Thompson. ROW 2: E. Horton, W Luster, E. Lyttle, E. Christian, C. Childs, E. Harris, K. Starks, R. Harden, S. Zellers, M. Scarpelli, F Price, J. Pierce. ROW 3: B. Howard, K. Taste, F. Williams, A. White, W. Ivory, C. Love, B. Gray, L Thomas, D. Bowles. gp, seat 'U ' 1 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: BOTTOM CL. to RJ: A. Mathews, D. Gober, I. Pitts, W. Lester, N. Willis, R. Ram sey, B. Pretorius, M. Walton, S. Thomas. ROW 2: J. Jones, S. Sims, C. Day, M. Stuwart, C. Gaines, M Dudley, D. Cordell, R. Grey, J. Makupson, P. Strickland, P. Gunn. , Bio - r .4 1 ' ...fs-"" N -I , .nh ' 'a .Mmaoev -Q I J W3 My -Jw 6' 3 Moore George Bacher 41 R 2 .r Y my ll Riggs.. . K Woodson Thompson Harris ff L., GIRL'S TENNIS: BOTTOM CL. to RJ: L. Mehl, M. Manek, B. Rabinowitz, S. Chaliff, Coach Lincoln. TOP CL. to RJ: B. Farnbacher, K. Ashworth, H. Holmbo, D. Luckinbill. 6'-x . if . ...sdi GOLF TEAM: CL. to RJ: Coach Brown, T. Farrow, J. Byers, L. Leaviu, D. Ross, P. Stueve, A. Rodgers. CROSS COUNTRY: BOTTOM QL. to RJ: R. Larsen, T. Fields, L. Fields, K. Moosbrugger, I- Jacobs. TOP CL zo R.7: M. Widdowson, R. Bumgardner, A. Heck, D. Tolle, Mr. Borchers qCoachJ. Q xfwlg 1RV1 IJ' N 5 4 QP' 4 lpnvza 4 U xRVlEi 15' ' 401 GIRL'S BASKETBALL: KNEELING CL. to RJ: B. Rutledge, L. Fields, D. Hall, V. Brooks. TOP: C. Campbell D. Tuckerman, D. McLemore, B. Brooks, W. Jones, D. Crawford, A. Jackson fCoachJ. s'i"'r"" 5 I 391' Jr 15.3- BASKETBALL: CL. to RJ: Coach Sumlin, J. Pierce, R. Wortham, E. Lyttle, D. Garrett, T. Kera, C. Ogle tree, B. Howard, F. Thompson, S. Hardin, T. Snow, K. Reed, E. Jefferson, R. Edwards, C. Jordan, K Starks. fr? i 5' BASKETBALL: CL. to RJ: Coach Sumlin, Clach Palsgrove, S. Edwards, K. Starks, T. Foster, L. Maddox, D Davis, D. McCloud, P. Danley, E. Knapp. WRESTLING: BOTTOM QL. to RJ: T. Thomas, B. Ward, J. Wallace, J. Jacobs, R. Bumgardner, J. Byers TOP: Coach Cox, M. Atwood, B. Brown, K. Wilson, W. Triplex, R. Ferguson. 'iff' T' ' ,. Q R : fl ff' I 4-Q-N f ',,g ' 'ik -1 in-ni 3IRL'S TRACK: BOTTOM CL. to R.J: T. Turner, H. Jefferson, S. Heard, J. Crosby, T. Smith, P. Welch, F Iassels. TOP: Coach Jackson, D. McCaan, M. Ray, D. Thomas, S. Mobley, B. Radford, D. Thompson, I llexander, T. Sloan, R. Rutledge, D. Hall, M. Pierce. M.. GIRLS GYMNASTICS: CL. to RJ: L. Mehl, T. Sloan, A. Griffin, S. Materne, M. Manek, S. Sells, B. Lynch, J. Romeiser, G. Roffe, D. Thompson, B. Farnbacher, P. Welch, R. Vera. .ff i Q' ls K BOYS GYMNASTICS: QL. to RJ: Mr. Winters, V. Jordan, P. Regulinski, T. Leach, B. Romeiser, C. Talcroft, J. Lynch, K. Hitt, J. Flohr, R. Epps, D. Gordon, T. Farrow, B. Boddie, B. Kreitman. CAPTAINS: CL. to R.J: S. Sells, J. Lynch, B. Lynch. Team Leadership Provides Motivation Gymnasts Are Runners-Up in City VOLLEYBALL: BOTTOM QL. to RJ: T. Condron, L. Buxley, D. Tuckerman, L. Newman. TOP: Coach Con- way, M. Farrow, G. Motley, L. Moosbrugger, C. Adams, B. Farren, D. Crawford I27 SOFTBALL: BOTTOM QL. to R.J: N. Ferrell, L. Dixon, L. Moosbrugger, T. Gunn, D. McC1emore, A. Boat- wright. TOP: Coach Borchers, L. Fields, T. Fields, B. Rabinowitz, D. Tuckerman, T. Pickford, C. Moos- brugger, I. Pratt. BOYS TENNIS: BOTTOM CL. to RJ: E. Mayes, G. Rosenbaum, E. Knapp, R. Mayerson, P. Zimmerman. TOP: Coach Moore, G. Pavlosky, M. Willington, D. McGee, A. Rogers, M. Mattis. BASEBALL: BOTTOM QL. to R.J: R. Bumgardner, G. Gwin, I. Byers, A. Painter, K. McDougal, J. Jacobs, N. Willis. TOP: H. Jordon, L. Leavitt, W. Triplett, B. Brown, J. Kelley, C. Whaley, W. Luster, Coach Sumlin. ,JARVIEIL I I FOO T 8-A51 FENCING: BOTTOM CL. to R.J: S. Spiel, D. Hargrove, W. Jones, H. Radford, A. Griffin. ROW 2: L. Mehl, T. Chin, W. Hunt, V. Jordan, K. Gideon, V. Hunt. TOP: Coach Lincoln, B. Ward, D. Gordon, K. Hitt, P. Gunn. ws. q"w C ,N R X-X Qgig, 1. svsw N A' A .,.,x .. , i XLL.L . D YI! , Dxwjk RESERVE CHEERLEADING SQUAD: BOTTOM QL. to R.J: B. Farnbacher, P. Welch. TOP: T. Sloan, R. Vera, S Foster. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADING SQUAD: CL. to RJ: M. Smith, D. Char, B. Dornbusch. -s-5. 1,0 G U. Q3 N 2' fiig -I' 'P 114 S 1l'9' In ,1- Q Q ,"!:1:j.,n 4,55-A 6 , Q2 K R A , I X s ffl RV' A JW - 1 GM ' , , 0 I W! fi' BAND: KNEELING: V. Barrow. ROW 2 QL. to RJ: E. Wilson, A. Romero, D. Dornbusch, Jacobs. TOP: W. Jones, T. Wade, W. Triplet, S Young, C. Porter. , Xuan. ,!. x-4 ' ,fini-'Pi V: ',-' w' ski Hunt, C. Burns, J. ' All 3aq.4-.M.4a--q--.- ..4L'T L.. Q' G-.M - Amin... SCOTCHETTES: BOTTOM QL. to R.J: S. Bradshaw, J. Ziskin, R. Vera, P. Reinsch. TOP: S. Farmer, J. Dal- ton, K. Pahlabel, G. Scarpelli, W. Harruff. , K5 BAND: BOTTOM: A. Friedman. ROW 1: C. Campbell, C. Young, K. Fresh, A. Jones, K. Gideon, N. Moore, R. Ross. TOP: L. Moore, S. Seeks, M. Goldfarb, B. Haines, I. Bloom, F. Eschbach. 2 r :vfd Qi-we .,, - X"sxj , .,' a.f' J 'vi EY. v , ,x ga ., is SCOTCHETTES: BOTTOM CL. to RJ: I. Young, L. Romero, L. Walter, J. Crosby. TOP: D. Clay, S. Robin- son, A. Wolfe, T. Rachel, T. Wilson. Sting A u! 'FP -.., - - :1 .gi LIBRARY AIDES: BOTTOM CL. to R.J: Monica Smith, S. Hines, R. Marvin, C. Crawford, B. Hardy, T. Wat- son, R. Barrett. TOP: M. Gaffney, C. Rucker, P. Protos. TOWER NEWS STAFF: BOTTOM CL. to R.J: A. Jones, C. Rumph, R. Ross, T. Farnbacher, Mr. Donovan. TOP: D. Thomas, A. Shomer, B. Farren. McLemore. ROW 2- R. Barrett, Mrs Fuller, Mrs. Galarneau, Mrs. Cramer, R McGahee X Y ws! A, Us ...P , I T V ..r. .5615-k jzxfg kgk 1k .I FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: BOTTOM CL. to R.J: M. Jackson, G. Freeman, T. Brown, D fb- T A A . -v 5 .-r W Q-wg . Q is M' . X .., - , x X Q ' V 'X' ' ' f X, x an Q4 .1 p -3 Q' A - 4. . . Q' , f,t.gS'r..?9!,m,x,,x55 U' , , ' Y' . ' , A-"-'H ,,., A,- 'kd vw? . f" M., ., VV gn. E! .. C M U,-. , A ,U , g.,.of.,.- JM' MAJORETTE: V. Barrow. DRUM MAJOR: A. Friedman. . . 1 gf t K xx, N., '-:ans . O . ihzws.-J , . 'N ' 1 Fa - 4 . '1 its-1 'A 4'. . .. .-2 , L . H. .,,, M nm 11 Q . ir 'ff .44',1gf. A. 1 I4 U 'LG ,ga- Y . 1 4. Q . 4 I 5 Z .W I I V 1 , if Hn, 7 fra' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: QL. to R.J: C. Porter, A. Rodgers, B. Farnbacher, W. Jones, Mr. Donovan, M Gober. I - . X' . K A ,K , - ' . 4 - I Isl . 4.u ' ' 'EQ-nw 5.1 " 1-r + ff ' I . Q . , .a x ' Q Af - fi. gm -I Q, IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: BOTTOM CL. to RJ: L. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING CL. to RJ: E Romero, D. Thomas. TOP: G. Motley, C. Gordon. Knapp, S. James, S. Edwards. SEATED: R. Vera. SENIOR YEARBOOK STAFF: BOTTOM CL. to RJ: R. Vera, G. Roffe, J. Romelser, E. Knapp, S. Sells, M. Regulinski, S. Alford. TOP: W. Haruff, F. Cassels, C. Frydman, C. Rumph, R. Mayerson. ,,- . .Y e 41-.- W. . L.- . LH4, x ., f IW I " u -, I .i'fL ,F - AUTO CLUB: BOTTOM Jensen, R. Epps. figil., I D X wel A-1' Hex 'T QL. to RJ: Mr. Cox, D. Watson, S. Spangler, J. Deatridge, C. Hilderkand. TOP: M. Eh N- N, . 9 . . ...A. 3 I . .Q X .wwf y-' I 'f-:ff ' 'fi : ' .VI sk ,g!.g,Kgg:g,?g u - xffb- Q ANNA . T... 3 . lm -. .',.4-'ev' k .,.4,fg' ', -411' ' 3,1 39 1 ' Q 5-L . . 1 , ' 1,4 1" - 2 .QQ ' far. W ' " "' K, -M '3 ,, -5 gk- 1 -fd .A ' 1 ad , ' an 'Si if gi ' ImxN'M"' 4013053 52+- V .2 iaihw A 957 ff 52: 27 gl .g-Qtmxxa Jitsu, N QCU11 'Q g vi' ,LA , 'gh' f 2 XJ .Qgff ' 0 A 'E' JUNIOR I.O.E.: BOTTOM QL. to RJ: G. Motley, D. Mallard, K. Gideon, D. Strickland. TOP QL. to R.J: L Granderson, B. Newman, V. Love, K. Lawton. I Qi LW v 1 FR' . SENIOR I.O.E.: STANDING CL. to RJ: W. Eyler, T. Washington, B. Broornhall, V. Barrow, A. Wolf, B Davis, C. Dtovall, R. Washington, L. Murphy. SEATED: R. Bennet, S. Klosterman, L. Whitehead. S . e do it all for yogi CDOHBICI' GD 3729 Germantown Pike 333 Salem Avenue Dayton, Ohio ANYTHING 8: EVERYTHING IN mums: no-emecrmc-o4.Ass-rAl N1-nousswmzes - mcuuocu cmuu sAws t' f comrms N' m :um :ir c'n::i?i.::n 52:7 A Aumounn .'0,7,,..- ovm DAILY 9-9 - summ 9 T0 4 I -L- MIAMI HARDWARE 278-0881 4 AND APPLIANCE co W M M 25" SALEM AVE.-1 ILOCK NORTH OF GOOD SAM HosPnA" GREENWALD'S GREEN HOUSES Flowers for All Occasions 4725 N. Main St. Dayton, Ohio 45405 63 X, For A11 Your Clothing Needs is 3489 W. SIEBENTHALER 277-7737 J O N ES SUNOCO SERVICE Motor Tune-Up - Brake Work - Transmission Open 24 Hrs. 263-0156 2203 W. Third Dayton, Ohio 45417 NORTHSIDE FURNITURE 3800 N. Main Street Dayton, Ohio 45404 277-8995 3736 Salem Ave . STATE FARM KAN ulo INSURANCE Ken Whitfield Auto - Life - Health - Fire - Homes - Cars - Business 274-1131 6601 N. Main 5.4 y GD See You at the USED Dayton, Ohio 278-3311 Larry Hoying - Owner Latest Fashions Best Wishes From FAYE'S FASHIONS Beautiful Clothes for Beautiful People 4367 Forest Park Plaza Dayton, Ohio 45405 Forest Park Shopping Center Congratulations Seniors From ' PEFFLEY 4600 North Main Street Dayton, Ohio 45405 XXx Q' UPERPRINTEQ x OUR NAME DESCRIBES US BEST-f 74444 waded fg .focatdaae ' ' 3139 Salem Avenue f' 278-7961 L1 I 27I3-DD41 I . V? 1 to100 000 CopIes X Q 3201 N DIxIe Drlve I v I Q Ill ' - I' 1 FOLDING - CUTTING - TYPE SETTING Q W PADDING - STITCHING - DESIGN N DRILLING - COLLATING - LAYOUT Q x I xx I ffinfo if DAYTON NUTRA FOODS 2114 Miracle Lane D y Oh 5406 BARGAIN CITY 5009 Salam Ave. Dayton, Ohio 45426 JIM FLYNN INC. EQ, SPORTING 8 eoons ff 55 'U Besi' Wishes 'ro 'rhe Class of I977 ,... .. jg-K-13' Q ss -. k NLM . K F.H.S. BAND PARENTS ASSCDCIATION UQ so XWH an :B :Wi WAV N Q' 4 qw' QW4 JACOUE'S ,185 f FLOWERS 298 3141 'S A7 CLICKETY CLOCK DAY N U RSERY D y Oh 1201 E St oop at Marshall A Q y EL GRECO'S RINALDUS PIZZA VILLA BAKE SHUPPE Wishes WHERE BAKLNG IS Ow d Luck AN ART gc to the Operated Class of '77 by 3976 S 1 rn Ave. Good Luck to the Graduaung Class of 1977 PARK'S REALTY INC. Shelley and Minnie Parks, Brokers L sed and B d d Off 223 5571 SamuelD.Pak 401S B d y DI. Kapun Manager a d App D y Oh 45409 Mr. 8a Mrs 910 W. Fairvi Ave. Rinaldo Stolf Q! 1614 Keowee TRoPlos I CANTONESE 81 AMERICAN CUISINE Congra+uIa+ions From Q KNIFES MARKET U f Groceries and Meats 2 2416 Catalpa Dr. N Dayton, Ohio Q III Q HIM 3996 Good Luck Class of 1977 ALEX GOUNARIS DONUT PALACE INC. 3950 Salem Ave. Dayton, Ohio 275-1625 AUTOBAHN PEUGECDT 4440 Salem Ave. Dayton, Ohio Bes+ Wishes 'ro 'rhe Class of I977 From Rod Lieder Buckeye Band SpeciaIis+s - DALE FASHIONS 4321 Salem Ave . 275-7488 RUTH MELET REALTOR Let Melet Sell it! Where Real Estate Is a Profession, N t a Hobby! 274-3802 274-7500 6601 N. Main St. Harry Melet Mr. Mr. FAIRVIEW HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY PATRON'S LIST Alonzo Mallett Robert Bruggeman Mrs. Esther Jones Mrs. Hope McGinnis Mr. W. I. Brown Miss Beverly Davis Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mrs Mr. Eloise Hickman Donald Kerr Mae Griffin Pierre Barker Robert Denny Edla Krammer Anita Conway Cheryl Heflin Anne Fowler Theron Spence Barbara Galarneau Charles Hodges Sally Crowe Dorsey Stebbins Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs . Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs . Mr. Mr. Mr. James Lincoln Ned Hoover Marjorie Tannis Virginia Love Adele Riley Robert Porter David Palsgrove Alex Gounaris Mary Longo John Borchers James Perkins Richard Weirner David Hoover Jack Cox Clarence Moore Marietta Powell Gill Gregory Percy Jones Peter Bard Good Luck Seniors From ALPHA MOLD INC 6161 Rip Rap Rd. Dayton Ohio Congratulations , Seniors ' PRINCE DAVIS .Best Wishes Class of 1977 ARDMORE CLEANERS West Dayton's Finest 263-9021 TASTY BIRD 2860 Salem Ave. 277-6494 PERFECT CLEANERS 2023 N. 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