Farmington High School - Rollcall Yearbook (Farmington, MI)
- Class of 1965
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The Farmington Senior High Class of 1965 Presents
We Dedicate This Yearbook
The summer of 1964 marked the advent ofthe
15th modern Olympic games, located in Tokyq
Japan. And with the games came the spirit of
good will and fair play, which was felt by con-
testants and spectators alike.
It is to these ideals of the Olympic games--
the spirit of advancement through competi-
tion, the elimination of political and national
prejudice, and the principles of honesty and
integrity -- that we dedicate this yearbook,
with the profound hope that they may not only
be utilized in athletic endeavors, but also be
borne by the nations of the world to promote
a peaceful and enduring existence.
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G. Giroux. secretary
J. Geiger, principal
N. Bartsch, attendance
C. Graham, assistant principal
Perry, library assistant
Art Club Plans Christmas Cards and Trzps
The old aphorism still holds true: Good things come in small packages. Despite
the size of the Art Club, the members have boasted of more activities than many
clubs. Original Christmas cards and note paper were made and sold, from which
the proceeds were used for cultural activities. The group had a Christmas party
and planned a trip to Toronto. Guest speakers also added to the year's agenda.
The officers were Nancy Davis, president, and Karyn Nicholson, secretary-trea-
surer. Mr. Glenn again advised the group.
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Standing: S. Newman, S. Sc.hulze, M. Gregory, G. Gardner: Sitting': P. Maxwell,
K. Nicholson, N. Davis, K. Willard
Clint and Ray discuss their next scene while waiting Rai' Biggs' Offers Arlene ViCt01' H Cigarette While Con
U1 the Wir1gS. ducting a survey in the lobby of the hotel.
The residents of the Madison Avenue Girls' Hotel, fleft to righti Chris McKelvey, Jill,
McElroy, Judy White, Michele Smolek, Carol Griffin, and Barb Balsom, discuss their un-
, Mr. Sherpitis
Sue Bliss and Linda COX P1'ePafe Jan UmPh1'9Y Student Director Brian Dates helps sell tickets to patrons
for her role as maiden Aunt Lettie. Opening night.
"Ask An Girl"
The Senior Class received little recognition, but a
great deal of satisfaction from their production of
"Ask Any Girl" in January, 1965. The comedy cen-
tered around the romantic triangle of a small town
girl, Arlene Victor, husband-seeking in New York,
and two brothers, Ray Biggs and Clint Starr, who
own a New York advertising agency. The main plot
was ushered along' by Arlene, Clint, and Ray in the
main lobby of the Madison Avenue Girls' Hotel while
the other actors wandered on and off the stage.
Four memorable characters were Jan Umphrey and
Linda Cox, cast as Arlene-'s two spinster aunts, and
Gary Lockwood portraying a shipping clerk who thought
he was a painter to the dismay of Barbara Balsom ,
But the character who brought howls of joy from the
audience as she thumped across the stage, grumbling
of calories, chocolate-layer cake, and a lack of males
was Christine McKelvey. As the Iowa country-girl
Jeannie, Chris stole into the hearts of nearly every-
Stage crews watch the antics on stage from behind Ona,
Mr. Ray Sherpitis, director, and Mr. Eugene Schoe-
nqich, co-director, worked with the cast and crews
to produce the comedy. Jan Hermann, Cathy Let-
son, and Brian Dates assisted Mr. Sherpitis as stu -
dent directors , who formed committees and helped
make the production a success.
URSA MINOR KOCTI-ab
Boys roaming the halls of F. H. S. with stars in their eyes during 1965 were
not light-headed lovers awakened by the spring but rather members of the
Although several of their activities were unsuccessful and their numbers few,
they actively and constantly engaged in discovering the wonders of the uni-
verse around us through the lenses of their telescopes. President John
Mosley organized several "star parties" throughout the year, at which mem-
bers gathered to look upward and outward. The members probed the mys-
teries oi the Milky Way individually, sometimes with disappointment, some-
times with satisfaction, but always wanting to know more.
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A select group of students with an added desire to play N
compose the Dance Band and the Pep Band. The Dance
Band performs outs ide our school and frequently adds
a unique touch to F. H. S. concerts. The Pep Band
strives to boost school spirit by playing at various
Fif'fR0W1S- Banks. L- Perry. C. Misch. T. Taggaru second Row: D. McMul1en,J.Gordon
L. Lofquist, R. Cripps
Talented Versatility Is the Weztclawmfd of Our Bama'
Susan Maki, Joyce Ray, Joanne Maki, and Gay Taggart
Ambxdexterous magorettea and
the drum major provide an irn-
prelsive fl t Band perfor-
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First Row: L. Loiquist, K. Virley, K. Schacht, B. Carlson, G. Taggart, Second Row:
L. King, J. Bachelor, D. Stidwell, C. Smith, L. Close, M. Eichhorn, J. Bennett, Third
Row: C. Read, J. Maki, S. Dever, V. Leet, I... Van Vuren, L. Mitchel, P. Gendron,I..
Lee, J. Cranston, P. Mingo, J. Gordon: Fourth Row: K. Rickey, W. Wi11iamson,J.Ray
P. Bush, S. Banks, T. Phipps, B. June, D. Rosengarten.
First Row: V. Stumbaugh, J. Jeffers: Second Row:J.Bai1ey, B.Sovereign, C.Berck1ey,
L. Simone, S. Maki, A. Kilkka, D. Klawender, T. Taggart, C. Mischg Third Row: N.
Gross, S. Shotwell, D. McCoy, S. Reber, K. Dembeck, K. Allen,D.LaFevre, S.Everts,
R. Cripps, T. Miller, R. Gale, D. McMullen, L. PerrygFourth Row: K. Eddy, D.Lieb,
E. Jubenville, W. Harrison, S. Fain, B. O'Daniel, D. Houghton, S. Dever, P. Beattie
F. H. S. Bama'
Band Members Explore wo New Realms of Music
The Dance and Pep Bands, Majorettes and Band form the Farmington High
School Band Departrnent. The entire organization is smoothly run by the
practiced hand of Mr. R. Zimmerman.
In the fall, the marching Band provides entertainment during the half-time
of the football games. With the passing of football, the Band assumes the
role oi concert Band. R. Zimmerman
We would like to express our thanks to Mr. Lloyd Smith, Band Director in Mr. Zimmerxnan's
Blue 6 White Takes on Task of Informing Students
Left to Right: M. Maattala, D. Kencik, T. Swieczkowski, J. Schlereth, J. Cotton, P. Martin,
G.Smith L. Harris, L. Adcock, C. MCKe1vey, P. Jamieson, R. Niemisto, T. Donoghue
"The Best School ls an Informed School" is the motto
of the Journalism Il class. Thursday mornings they
live up to their motto by selling a four-paged, five
cent issue of the students' newspaper, the Blue 8.1
White. Each issue is filled with news about school
activities, editorials, and topics of currentinterest.
The paper is put out by an all-Senior staff and is ad-
vised by Mr. Peel.
Thursday the work begins for the staff when they re-
ceive their assignments and the story ideas are gather-
ed. The journalism students then write and type the
stories which are then submitted to Mr. Peel for edit-
ing. The Farmington Enterprise then sets the cor-
rected stories in type. When the Enterprise returns
the type, the journalism students then proofread it
and send any errors back to be reset. The page lay-
out is then decided and headlines are written and set
up by the staff. Then the paper is ready to put to press.
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Cafeteria Pairs Naturals: Fooa' 69 Teenagers
am I HeQb You?
The CII-IUfCan I Help Youj, established in 1960 by Dr.
Frank Laubach, had another profitable year in 1965
at F. H. S. President Janet Lawshe, Vice-President
Brenda Thompson, and Advisor Mr. Barrons led the
club in sponsoring dances, bake sales, and the annual
spring carnival. The profits from their activities
were contributed to the Laubach Fund and other pub-
Karen Boise and Joan McGregor, secretary and trea-
surer, helped plan trips to Washington, D. C., Chicago,
and New York for three club members. All those
associated with CIHU agreed that 1965 was a profi-
Left to Right: K. Boise, secretary: B. Thompson, vice-president:J
Lawshe, presidentg Mr. Bari-ons, advisorg and J. McGregor, trea
Top Row: L. King, J. Kerot, S. Himmelspach, B. Ports, K. Boise, M. Kelly, J. McGregor,C.A1drich,
J. Lawsheg Bottom Row: L. Williamson, R. Fahner, P. Weaver, B. Thompson
Back Row: G. Jagielky, J. Hennessy, R. Taylor, L. Terry, B. Smith, Front Row: S
Smithem, J. Slingerland, L. Rhodes, G. Courville, V. Bishop, L, Watzke
Cheerleading exploded into 1965 with more new cheers. Miss
Grzyb was the sponsor this year. School spirit was brought
to a healthy glow by the cheerleaders' morning pre-game
cheers. Located in the main lobby, they drew large crowds
of enthusiastic spectators as they went through their paces.
Along with this newness, our cheerleaders continued to doa
fine job at the games. Their energetic support of the teams
inspired players to many victories.
Varsity Captain Judy Hennessy and J. V. Captain Velma Bi-
shop felt that this year was a most successful year for the
Cheerleaders Ada' Spirit to Ball Games
juniors' "Belles and Beezux" Welcomes
uclem' Disarmament Is Debatea'
This year one of the main objectives of the Debate Team was to create more
enthusiasm among the students. This was done through the articles in
the Blue 81 White and by taking part in the Winter Sports Assembly.
Our Falcon debators had a good season under the helpful direction of Mr.
Smith who was also chairman of the league. We took third place for the
lnterlakes Conference behind Southfield and Walled Lake, the negative team
having 4 wins, O lossesg affirmative, lwin, 3 losses. With these five out
of eight wins, we were able to take another plaque for "Excellence in De-
bating. " Also, for the first time in eleven years, we placed first in the
Varsity: P. Unger, R. Dodd, Coach Smith, J. Wagner, C. Starr
Firet Row: li. Willard, N. Gagnon, B. Newman, E. Senob, P.
Weaver, Second Row: B. Young, M. Bacon, R. Senob, J. Lawshe ,
R. Williamson, I... Cox, D. Moore, B. Miller, B. Henry, D. Hall,
B. Opp, K. Stuart, B. Biechlerg Third Row: J. White, K. Horni-
man,A. White, M. Kelly, P. Trikes
J. Lawshe, L. Cox, K. Hendee, M. Dickerson, C. Griffin
First Row: K. Schacht, L. Feipel, R. Schulze, C. Kouzoujian, D'. Stidwell,
C. Aldrich, D. Halperin, Second Row: B. Thompson, K. Gorelick, E. Jus-
tice, R. Fahner, K. Groff, C. Legg, D. Line, P. Norman, C. Russell, T.
Waring, Third Row: B. Doyle, L. Kansman, C. Kinggo, M. Gala, N. Coon,
C. Stevens, J. McElroy, Fourth Row: C. Letson, K. Boise, M. Hortmann,
J. Wagner, R. Halsted, N. Davis, K. Austin, M. Butler
Goodwill Ambassadors o Today's Modern World
t F. H. S. lts major purpose is to make our
The Exchange Club is one of the most active organizations a
-hange students' visits here more enjoyable. The club also helps to promote the American Field Sor-
vice and the Youth for Understanding foreign exchange programs.
The main event of the year for Exchange Club members was Brotherhood Week. During this period they
were hosts to exchange students from all over the Detroitmetropolitan area. This year Brotherhood Week
' d tb d 's understanding of their foreign visitors' countries and cus-
did much to advance the entire stu en 0 y
Thisyci-1r'5 officers were President Linda Cox, Vice-President .Tori Dickerson, Secretary Kris Hendee,
Treasurer Janet Lawshe, and Historian Carol Griffin.
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Exchange Students Enjoy Their Visits Here and Abron.
J. McElroy, D. Denton, A. Recchione, M. Dick-
erson, C Starr E. Broadman.
C. Starr, M. Hortmann, E. Broadman, .I McElroy, M. Dickerson, D.. Denton
In the fall of 1964, Farmington Senior High extended a warm welcome to two exchange students, Clinton
Starr and Michael Hortmann.
Clint, from Sidney, Australia, came to the United States under the American Field Service. He gave the
students at F. H. S. a good understanding of the people and customs of his native land. Clint stayed with
Mike, from Duisbureg, Meiderich in northwestern Germany, came to Farmington through the -Michigan
Council of Churches program. Mike gained many friends at F. H. S. and amazed many people with his ex-
cellent command of the English language. Mike's interests lay in math and physics. 'He was reluctant to
leave the United States and said that he would like to return to study in the future. Mike lived Wlih One of
our faculty members, Mr. R. Sherpitis.
The year of 1965 brought an addition to our foreign exchange students. Alexander Recchione from Santi-
ago, Chile, joined our student body later in the school year because he had just finished eleventh grade
in Chile. Since our winter season corresponds with South America's summer season, Alex came dur-
ing his summer vacation. Alex resided with Senior John Gordon and was sponsored by the Michigan
Council of Churches.
During the summer of 1964, Farmington Senior High was represented abroad by four F.H.S. students.
Under the Youth for Understanding Program, Seniors Eva Broadman, Jori Dickerson, and David Denton
traveled to Germany, Finland, and the Netherlands respectively. .I ill McElroy traveled south of the bor-
der as our representative to Brazil under the American Field Service. All were greeted warmly and en-
countered many new and challenging experiences. They reported enthusiastically on their experiences and
all hope to revisit their foster families someday.
Top to Bottom: M. Kelley, E. Justice, D. Houghton, L.
Youngblood, K. Boise, N. Nagy, P. Norman, S. Bentzel
L, Najjar, A. Larson, K. Cargill, J. McElroy, K. Kourt-
jian, G. Green, S. Schulze, B. Henry, M. Hildebrandt, E.
Senob, L. Mann, C. Read, P. Jourdan, A. Scott, H. Mc-
Coy, P. Oliver, D. Hall, C. Griffin, D. Stidwell, J. Mc-
Gregor, L. Kansman
Under the guidance of Mrs. Hall and the
officers, the French Club had one of its
most successful and active years since its
creation. A July picnic started the ball
rolling. Old and new members then at-
tended a pot luck dinner, a hayride, the
Old World Market, and the University of
Detroit play, School for Wives. Totop
off Homecoming, Le Petit Tanque Orange
won first prize. Later the French Club
and the other language clubs sponsored a
dance during the semester break.
The officers included President Sandy
Schulze, Vice-President Carol Griffin,
SecretaryLizSenob, Treasurer Jill Mc-
La Societe Francaise--The ey to
ulture and Fun
Top to Bottom: C. Anderson, A. Fernholz, J. Dickerson, P. Ayres, R. Schulze, I... Perry, G. Kelch
R. Dodd, N. Cort, N. Coon, K. Dembeck, R. Senob, C. Kouzoujian, B. Newman, K. Williard, L. Gry
can, J. Bachelor, N. Benedict, M. Brown, N. Stormont, R. Miller, C. Moore, D. Halperin, L. For
sythe, K. Nicholson, C. McKelvey
FTA Explores World of Teaching
The club had numerous activities during the year which served to
acquaint the members more fully with the teaching professionand
teaching methods. These activitiesineluded attending seminars on
teaching at the University of Detroit and Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity, hearing Mrs. Kahl speak on teaching in foreign countries,
having Mr. Race come and speak on group process teaching, and
hearing Miss Arndt and Mr. Clark, two of Farmington's student
teachers speak on the approach a college takes to prepare a student
for teaching. Members held a bake sale and sponsored a dance as
fund raising projects and then finished the year with a picnic.
The F. T. A. is organized to provide an opportunity for young people
to examine the possibilities of teaching and to explore the profession.
One of the club's main purposes is to develop leadership qualities and
professional attitudes in the members.
Left to Right: Sue Reynolds, program chairman: Madge Hildebrandt, Mrs. Twyman
treasurer, Joanne Bennett, president: Thea Schwartz, secretary,
Gayle Smith, vice -president
Left to Right: J. Eisenlord, K. Stormont, L. Forsythe, P. Unger,
Left to Right: J. Bachelor, K. Boise, L. Hoetger, K. Schacht
A,Fernho1z, K. Bayer, D. Dombrowski
Top to Bottom: K Johnsen, S. Richman, J. Ferril, C.
Gorelick, B. Schrader, C. Russom, L. Moss, L.Lykins,
C. Austin, A. Sheerer
Future Nurses Tmiu yor uu Exciting Cureer
Future Nurses gives interested students an opportunity to
gain valuable experience in the nursing profession. This
year the club participated in some very beneficial activities,
such as preparing useful articles for hospitals and listening
to guest speakers.
Mrs. Crust sponsored the organization this year. The presi-
dent of the club was Connie Aldrichg Liz Senob, vice-presi-
dentg Alice Niven, secretary: and Dora Johnson, treasurer.
Aldrich, A. Niven, E. Senob, D. Johnson
Seated: A. Larson, secretary: K. Austin, minor points: S. Frieling, president: J. Bennett,
Standing: J. McGregor, treasurer, J. Lawshe, major points
GAA Keeps Girls Fit at FHS
Many of the high school girls actively parti-
cipated in the Girls' Athletic Association this
year. Advisor Miss Reynolds, President Sue
Frieling, Vice-President Joanne Bennett, Sec-
retary Alexa Larson, and Treasurer Joan Lk:-
Gregor planned activities for the club. Jand
Lawshe, major points manager, and Kathy
Austin, minor points manager, tallied points
for the members.
The club attended several pro and college
sports events this year, and the facultyjoined
in the fun at the annual student-faculty volley-
ball game. The year proved to be of value to
all those concerned.
First Row: J. Perry, S. Innesg Second Row: J. Bennett, C. Aldrich, S. Frieling, K.
Austin, A. Larson, Third Row: K. Hilliard, C. Stevens, B. Doyle, S. Reynolds, J. Llwlhe,
V. Kelley, J. McGregor, Fourth Row: D. Sheridan, B. Perry, B. Thompson
Back-Row: K. Farrel, J. Witmer, M. Hortmann, S. H
Front Row: L. Fredricks, P. Jamieson
Wooclpuslaers Finalh Meet Their Mates
The Chess Club innovated a new phase in the activities this year.
F'armington's Chess Club participated with fourteen other schools to
form the Greater Detroit Area Chess League. This was the first
time Farmington has had an active chess team. The League held a
tournament each semester. Every week Farmington participated
in the meets, choosing a five member team from the ranks of the
In the firsttournament, Farmington's small team made a poor show-
ing. However, by the time the second tournament had started they
had some experience and were able to put in a much better season.
Although the school as a whole did not make an extremely impres -
sive season, two senior members achieved distinction.Steve Harsh-
field made a club record for the greatest number of games won on
the first board.
Perry Jamieson set a League record when he won a match with an
Oak Park player in six moves.
The clubwas advised by Mr. Neuhauser and the officers were Perry
Jamieson, president, and Leonard Fredericks, vice-president .
The Chess Club has a unique constitution that provides for a legis-
lative organ consisting of one member from each class. This body
is known as the House of Knights and effectively deals with new
situations as they arise.
Baubles, Bangles, and
Despite the rain and wind of October 9,
the usual Homecoming spirit filled the air.
Beginning at 2:30 p.m. , the floats traced
the traditional parade route. The Farm-
ington Band led the procession.
At half-time the floats and cars circled
the field as everyone awaited the announce-
ment of the winning float, Le Petit Tanque
Orange. The introduction ofQueen Sherry N
Tucker and her court--Pat Ayres and Judy
Hennessy, Senior Representatives: Bar-
bara Balsam, Junior Representative: and
Nancy Gagnon, Sophomore Representative-
Even though the second half of the game
recommenced with as much enthusiasm as
the first, the Falcon team was unable to
trounce the Walled Lake Vikings.
Once again the Skyliners played at "Queens
and Quarterbacks, " which was clirnaxed
by the crowning of the Queen and her court
Victory or no victory, baubles, bangles,
beads, and smiles reigned over Home-
Beads Bedeck Homecoming 1964
The Homecoming Court: Nancy Gagnon, Judy Hennessy, Sherry Tucker, Pat Ayres, Barbara Balsom
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Latin Club Finds Clmrnz in Ancient World
Back Row: D. Bowers, J. Wagner, P. Jamieson, B. Thompson, C. Russell, L. Close, L. Capo, Mrs
Brand, advisor, R. Dodd, S. Faine, R. Lee, J. Kent, V. Gilbert, S. Kin, B. Young
Front Row: L. Lykins, K. Austin, K. Unger, R. Bain, R. Priemer
This year's Latin Club: in an effort to aiiain
a more complete understanding and apprecia-
tion of Roman culture, joined the Michigan
Junior Classical League and the American
Classical League. Instituted to bring Latin
and the classics close to the student level,
these two organizations stixnulated a great
deal of interest in ancient culture.
Another Latin Club activity was the annual
trip to the Old World Market. Members at-
tended this function as guests of the French
In June a Roman Banquet was held in the
courtyard, and all participants were in the
Model U. . epresents France,
Australia, ana' the Ivory Coast
Representing France, Australia, and the Ivory
Coast at their two General Assemblies, the
Farmington Model U.N. achieved their aims
during 1965. The members ofthe Model U.N.
became more aware of world situations and
helped interest others in world affairs,
Led by Co-Chairmen Steve Harshfield and
Perry Jamieson and Secretary-Treasurer
Jerry Wagner, the members formed one of the
most active U. N. 's ever at F. H. S. They spon-
sored two meetings withdelegations from over
thirty schools participating in the state-wide
program. The meetings held before the two
General Assemblies in March and April at
Hillsdale College and U. of D. High gave the
members a chance to meet their opponents
and practice U. N. procedures.
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Herman, D. Olson: Middle Row: B. Hicks, P. MacDonald, R. Belanger, R.Rid
song Bottom Row: C. McKe1vey, M. Miller
Vocal Music Department Displet s Abilities
First Row:B. Thompson, D. Halperin, S. Smith, B. Biggs, J. Maki, D. May, B. Perry
M. Butler, S. Cossin, S. Cossin, M. LeFevreg Second Row: D. Wallace, L. McBride,B
Mazur, A. Larson, S. I-Iarbay, P. Spriggs, K. Luzar, J. Martin, D. Kinsman, C.Kou-
zoujian, C. Letson, R. Taylor, R. Clifton: Third Row: G. Uxa, R. Riggio, P. Shelton,
H. DeSimone, C. Gilbeau, M. Oates, J. Hermann, L. Kelsch, S. Simonsen, L. Moss, P.
Farmington's four musical groups, under the direction of Mr. William Feucht, had avery
enjoyable and rewarding year.
The chorus, which is composed of male and female voices, studied a wide variety of vo-
cal selections ranging from classical to pop music.
During the year, the members of the Girls' Glee Club studied the fundamentals of music,
and displayed their knowledge through their presentation of many songs requiring three -
and four-part harmony.
At different times throughout the year, the Falconaires, an eighteen-member group of
mixed voices, appeared in concerts and at civic functions, maintaining their traditional
Also making many public appearances were the Twelve Tones, a selecf group of female
voices. This group displayed its abilities through the expert handling of numerous diffi-
Weaver, C. Griffin, L. Watzke, C. Tesch3Fourth Row: R. Howard, G. Smith,D. Moore,
J. Umphrey, R. Ames, R. Dodd, S. Dorrow, B. Harriman, M. Goodhue, L. Rhodes,B.
Maldonado, N. Gilbeau, M. Smolekg Fifth Row: G. Northrop, C. Anderson, T.Taggart,
G. Lockwood, D. Winston, K. Rickey, B. Dates, M. Gregory, M. Foster, G.Shelton,D.
McAdams, M. Balman, P. Sanderson
First Row: M. Eichhorn, R. Kellogg, L. Griffin, K. Riggio, M. Spink,R.
Williamson, Second Row: K. Morley, M. Smith, V. MCT:-iggart, C. Berk-
ley, V. Stumbaugh, B. DeCainy, P. Tobicog Third Row: V. Sheldon, C.
Stevens, S. Jackson, L. Lang, B. Lampela, P. Grow, Fourth Row:M. Price,
C. Kelm, J. Slingerland, R. Moore, D. Carson, C. Johnson, P. Pheney
Fifth Row: K. Nicholson, L. Heaton, S. Fuller, C. Tomchak, K. Luker,
C. West, C. Arvyg Sixth Row: L.. Valenti, T. Herrington, J. Francisco,
P. Misenar, C. Kinggo, B. Ambrose, C. McKelvey
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Back Row: D. McAdams, D. Moore, B. Dates, G. Lockwood, M. Balman, T. Taggart, R.
Howard, D. Stidwellg Bottom Row: J. Ray, C. MCKe1vey, K. Nicholson, I... Watzke, M.
Dowding, M. Butler, S. Reynolds, S. Dorow
Left to Right: J. Ray, J. Schwartz, A. Larson, J. Francisco, A. Lieb, J. Urnphrey, M. Dem
becki, B. Perry, S. Dorow Qaccompanistj, G. Taggart, R. Clifton, J. Clayton, G. Parsons
Left to Right:
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Miss Mowat, D. Sherry, M. Humedky, J. Kubitskey, M. Brassfield, K. Sheffer
ep Club Cheers Falcons On!
The Pep Club, headed by Kathy Stuart, president, and officers Marsha Dem-
becki, Lorraine Williamson, and Jan Umphrey, helped to generate school
spirit for the athletic events at F. H. S. Pep rallies before games and signs
aided the Falcons to victory after victory. The Pep Club actively partici-
pated in organizing the welcoming parade and football game in honor of the
Olympic Champion, Rex Cawley. The club also sold refreshments and pro-
grams at basketball and football games.
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Top to Bottom: Linda Cox, Mary Blome, Dennis Moore, Sandy Schulze, Joan McGregor, Karen Unger
Ellen Justice, Alexa Larson
Rolled!! Improves Traditional Yearbook
With the diligent assistance of Editor-in-Chief Linda Cox, Business Mana-
ler Mary Blome, and Mr. Ray Glenn, whom the staff cannot adequately thank
-:or his time and effort, the Rollcall staff was able to innovate an unforgettable
earbook. Working one class period each day, the members designed and
l id out specific sections of the l965 annual. Without the perserverence of
e staff and the efficiency of the bosses, such an undertaking as this would
ave been impossible.
fiollcall work begins the first day of school. As seen below, the staff decides
now to produce the best yearbook with the most number of pages for the least
imount of money.
fter the picture schedule has been set up, the photographer
rom Powell Studios snaps shots for a period of three days.
inda Cox particularly enjoys setting up the propsg she al-
ways has her hands in something Qupper lefty.
Business Manager Mary Blome audits the accounts daily dur-
yng the October-sales campaign Qrniddle lefty.
llen and Karen choose the picture that is the lesser of the
wo evils flower lefty.
fter the write-ups have been typed, they must be sprayed
o prevent smearing. Dennis Moore does the honors Qmid-
le lower lefty.
iloan and Alexa paste up the pictures fmiddle lower righty.
The editor supervises the paste-up work of Karen Unger
iAfter the entire book has gone to press, it's time to relax
VA1exa reads the Blue 8: White fmiddle leftywhile Linda,
1 ary, and Sandy pull a prank on Mr. Glenn by pouring his
recious glue into the sink fupper righty.
Pictured are just a few ofthe many skiers at F. H. S
Ski Club Lights Up Mt. Brighton
Skiers from F. H. S. had an opportunity to test their talents when the Ski Club traveled to
the slopes around the Farmington area during the winter season. The club also sponsored
a weekend trip to Nub's Nob, where the skiers enjoyed using the slopes and other facilities,
including a heated swimming pool.
Officers Jay Stokan, Dave Cornwell, John Esser, Sue Smithem, and Advisor Mr. Taylor
planned the activities.
Spanish Club Enjo s roductive Year
Under the direction of their advisor, Miss Cramer, the mem-
bers of the Spanish Club participated in many activities of a
Spanish nature. In doing so, these students were given a
better understanding of the Spanish-speaking countries' lit-
erature, customs, and history.
Among the club's activities were atrip to the Old World Mar-
ket, aSpanish banquet, and a caroling party.
The officers were John Mosley, president: C. Karwoski,
vice-president: Sue Frieling, secretaryg and Noralee Stock,
J. Mosley, N. Stock, C. Karwoski, S. Frieling
On F1oor:J. Mosley, J. Slingerland, P. Amato:Seated: N. Gutierrez, S. Moore, J. Lawshe,
M. Dembecki, P. Unger, D. Belanger, S. Frieling, R. Fink, G. Hohler, K. Schacht,E.B1ack-
wellg Standing: C. Karwoski, N. Stock, B. Cross, C. Horrigan, C. Kinggo, D. Story, K
Durham, G. Bain, D. Hossler, J. Gingerich
Student Council: The Voice of the Students
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Junior and Sophomore Representatives: fTop to Bottomj S. Bliss, R. Schulze, T. Ruelle, T. Patrick,
M. Gregory, S. Lawing, S. Hanson, G. Arnold, S. Himmelspach, M. Brown, J. McGregor,G. Lam-
bert, J. Atchison, C. Cox, C. West, D. Moore, D. Cornwell, L. Watzke, L. Valenti, J. Butters,C.
Freeman, M. Hildebrandt, R. Miller, B. Lord, R. Murphy, J. Soltis, P. Norman, R. Jones, C. A1-
Senior Representatives:fStandingQ R. Biggs, M. Mesler, J. Olander, T. Nielsen, J. Cotton, M. Free
man, B. Dates, J. Wagner, R. Taylorg QSeatedJ G. Lockwood, C. Starr, M. Hortmann, T. Taggart,S
Schulze, D. Halperin, J. Hennessy
A Link between Faculty and Student Body
Student Council, the coordinator of student activities, began
the year with the Elixer Mixer Dance. A club supply cabinet,
open at all times, was then established to promote responsi-
bility and to make art supplies readily available to interested
clubs and classes.
The Council Workshop proved to be a meaningful learning ex-
perience for representatives as well as advisors. Such things
were hashed and rehashed as questionnaires for students'
opinions of Council activities, a bulletin board of projected
activities and committee reports, precinct voting for repre-
sentatives, and ways of acquainting students and teachers with
the entire Student Council movement.
The 1964-65 officers were President Mike Mesler, Vice-
President Brian Dates, Recording Secretary Linda Terry,
Corresponding Secretary Debbie Halperin, and Treasurer
Sandy Schulze. Mr. Graham, Mr. Nichols, and Mr. Wubbena
observed the meetings and contributed worthwhile comments.
laine on Stage
"Once pon A Mattress"
FHS tried its hand this year withafull-scale,
off-broadway hit, Once Upon A Mattress.
The cast was headed by Larry Adcock, Chris
McKelvey, Ruth Clifton, Craig Anderson,
Joyce Ray, Terry Taggart, Brian Dates, David
Stidwell, and Mike Gregory. Under the ex-
pert direction of Mr. Peel, Mr. Feucht, Mr.
Zirnmermang the enthusiastic student direct-
ing of Sue Reynolds and David Stidwellg pub-
licity chairmanship of Cathy Letsongand chor-
eography of Marsha Dembecki, the play was
as big a success as it was fun putting on.
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Varsity lub Pushes Pfs, Popcorn G Pancakes
John Cotton, presidentg Mr. Potter, advisorg Dick Johnston, secretary-treasurerg Russ
First Row: A. Woehler, R. Rutherford, G. Lockwood, Popcorn Machine, R. Mortensen, B. Charles:
Second Row: G. I-Iabicht, P. MacDonald, G. Arnold, R. Smith, K. Collins, B. Helvey, R. Robinsong
Third Row: B. Anderson, J. Karwoski, R. McGaw, J. Cotton
he Varsity Club is one of the oldest clubs at F. H. S. The members participate in both social activities
nd services to the community. In addition to their annual help with the Goodfellows' Drive, selling pop-
orn at all the home games, and sponsoring the Pancake Supper, this year they sold night shirts and
he members ofthe club are accepted only after a rigorous day of initiation. To be eligible, the pro-
pective member must have participated in one of the varsity sports and earned his letter.
First Row: T. Hughes, K. Dembeck, L. Nichols, R. Howard, B. Anedag Second Row: J.
Lrniegelski, M. Gregory, S. Faine, D. Lessway, J. Olander, R. Leach, D. Miracle, J.
Better Leaders for Tomorrow? overnment through
Participation in a simulated state government was the keynote of Wolverine Boys' and Girls'State.
The boys, who traveled to Michigan State University, and the girls, who gathered at University of
Michigan, learned the workings of government through campaigns, conventions, elections, and policy
Last summer Sandy Schulze represented Farmington High at Wolverine Girls' State, her alternate
was Kris Hendee. Brian Dates, King Cotton, Dick Johnston, Mike Mesler, and Terry Nielsen at-
tended Boys' State.
These interested students first signed up in the Guidance Office, and then the Junior Class and the
faculty selected the delegates. They were chosen on the basis of duty, honesty, leadership, alert-
ness, patriotism, cooperation, and enthusiasm. ,
Wolverine Boys' mm' Girls' State
Back Row: H. Kristaunig, S Hotchkiss, D. Pike, K. Nicholson, S. Cossin, Sue Cossin, T. Gilbert,
Gi1bert3FrontRow:1... Wright, N. Cort, S. Mazeiis, M. Butler, C. Lawrence, A. Victor,A.MCGrego
Punch pouring was attended to by Anne McGregor
and Nancy Cort.
Candle lighting ceremony at Y-Teens' gathering for new members
H awe ewardzng Year
The key word in the Y-Teen organization is growth. As a
member of the YWCA, girls endeavor to form the finest
Christian thoughts and attitudes. Their goals, to grow in
friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities
and to grow in the knowledge and love of God, encompass a
great deal. They demand a searching and open heart and love
and respect for their fellow man.
In achieving these high ideals, the Y-Teens perform acts of
service throughout Farmington. They realize the increas-
ing need for youth participation in society today.
This year Y - Teens gave their time to such activities as
adopting two senior citizens and giving an international din -
ner and a membership tea.
Besides giving to the community, the Y-Teens have also re-
ceived something. They have received the satisfaction of
serving and being a part of today's advancing world.
ross Country Team Races to on erence Victory
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First Row: D. McAdams, G. Jackson, C. Terry, J. Karwoski fCaptainl, J. Watson, B. Anderson, R
McGaw, J. Harvey, B. Donovan
Second Row: C. Koehler, P. MacDonald, T. Winfree, C. Evangilista, R. Taggart, G. Schulz, M. Maattala,
L. Groff, R. Kupferschmidt, G. Weddle, M. Hines
Third Row: Coach Kennedy, P. Sevin, G. Teppo, D.
Hossler, D. Bruce, J. Arnold, D. Drotar, T. Miller
Running very well, our Cross Country team placed
third in the Regional meet, just missing qualifications
for the State Finals. They took the Milford lnvita -
tional, and the Redford Union Invitational. They were
also Interleague and Conference champions.
Juniors took the first three places in Conference this
year. These men were Joe Watson, Bruce Anderson,
and Ron McGaw, respectively. The best time for the
team was made by Joe Watson: 10 minutes, 4 seconds.
This has been the fastest year for distance running
that Coach Kennedy has ever seen.
"lt looks excellent for next year. We could go all
the way to the State Finals, " says Coach Kennedy.
With this year's graduating class, he will be loosing
only three of his first 14 men.
Shires, B. Harrison, B. Dates, S. Moore, D
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Varsity Football Accomplislaes Impressive Season
The varsity football team completed its 1964 season with a 5-3-1 record. Mr. Jack
Hayes, assisted by Messrs. Richard Tyler and Douglas Race, coached the team
to the third place berth in the lnterlakes League.
Spurring on the Falcons' grid efforts were team captain Dick Johnston, outstand-
ing lineman Mike Freeman, and All-League lineman Tom Mitchell.
Even though our team's record was not the best, all those concerned considered it
an impressive season.
Standing fleft to rightl: D. RacefAssista.nt Coachj, J. Ports, D. McMullen, G. Walker, M. Retry,
R. Shortt, J. Tinkle, C. Misch, W. Johnston, F. Niemiec, P. Bennett, R. Rienke, M. Wilson,
D. Klawender, R. Lardie, J. Hayes QCoachJ.
Mr. Race Mr. Tyler D. Charnberlin, Mgr,
Kneelingfleft to rightfz R. Isbell, J. Smigielski, W. Crane, M. Freeman, R. Lessway, B. Charles,
R. Leach, R. Johnston, J. Cotton, T. Mitchell, K. Collins, R. Helvey, J. Snyder, T. Nielsen.
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The intra-mural basketball games are played among boys with-
in the school, informally and ina relaxed manner, more for
enjoyment than competition. This activity is sponsored by
Mr. Race and is supervised by the boys themselves.
First Row: J. Watson, C. Terry, G. Teppo, C. Leonard, J. Karwoski, D. Wischmeyer, J. Presson,l
Bayerp Second Row: M. Freeman, R. Hoskins, S. Schuler, G. Adams, B. Ridley, J. Harvey, J. Stokax
Third Row: M. Perry, J. Ports, R. Lardie, R. Shortt, M. Kress, B. Luke, R. Isbell, Fourth Row: I
Groff, R. Reinke, P. Bennett, M. Williams, D. MacDonald, D. Miller, D. Klepingerg Fifth Rowf '
Swieczkowski, L. Peterson, F. Niemic, T. Nielsen, R. Bogatinoff, K. Hornimanp Sixth Row:T. Mitchel
C. Misch, G. Jackson, W. Crane, J. Cotton, J. Winder: Seventh Row: R. Lee, R. Conklin, G. Schulz
G. Brock, R, Helvey
irst Row: A. Kilkka, G. Grimala, R. Schulze: Second Row: B. Charles, G. Jacobs, D. Hosseler, M.
D N' h l QC achj, J. Tinkle, K. Rickey, F. Simons, C. Anderson, Not Pictured:R.Rader,
hompson, . ic o s o
. Wirtz, J. Arnold
Our Junior Varsity finished second in the Conference after
loosing three of its men to the Varsity with6wins , 7 los -
ses. Coach Nichols feels that potentially this year's Soph -
more team is the best one he has had.
Our Varsity basket ball team, coached by Mr. Jack Quiggle, had 6
wins and 12 losses. With an unfortunate lack of tall men, our team
"gave it all they had." High scorer was Senior John Olander, who
was followed by Roy Leach and Mike Wilson.
After winning the first two district games, the team lost the cham-
pionship trophy to Walled Lake and captured fourth place in the In -
Coach Quiggle believes that next year looks even better with so many
sophomore and junior boys getting experience on the Varsity team
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The wrestling team had an unlucky season due to a rather poor turnout: how
ever, Mr. Gucciardo hopes for a better showing next year. This is not to sa
that every matman had a poor season. On the contrary, Art Woehler, 95 lb.
Ron Mortenson, 112 lb. 3 Dan Heuer, 127 lb. 3 and Dick Johnston, 1541b. won th
Co-Captains this year were Art Woehler and Ron Mortenson.
First Row: R. Fink, A. Woehler, R. Mortenson, G. Tudball, P. Angelella, C. Evangelista, P. Toohey,
Second Row: W. King, M. Foster, G. Liess, K. Farrell, T. Ugrin, B. Pattersong Third Row: T. Hughes,
R. Levy, D. Kuffel, J. Gingerich, D. Klawender, T. Dittrnan, D. Johnston, D. Heuer
regional tournament. Unfortunately each wrestler lost his preliminary state
It's clean-up time! Ron, Dan, Torn, and Carl do the honors
fupper leftl. Dick Johnston fupper rightj, Ron Mortenson and
Art Woehler flower rightj are ready for anyone.
Tbinclads Fight to emin on erence Honors
First Row: R. Roth, J. Karwoski, M. Hines, L. Groff, J. Harvey, R. Taggart, B. An-
derson, J. Grimes, M. Ellis: Second Row: G. Jackson, B. Donovan, G. Lockwood, R.
Shortt, C. Terry, R. McGaw, G. Schulz, G. Habicht, T. Winfree, D. Browng Third Row:
J. Snyder, L. Cogsdill, D. Baker, B. Crane, R. Charles, W. Harrison, K. Hawkins,P.
MacDonald, E. Snyder, R. Josephglrourth Row: J. Ports, B. Dates, D. Cosper, J. Dem-
becki, P. Sevin, S. Lawing, W. Oliphint, B. Adams, R. Priemer, G. Weddle, B. Rid-
ley, P. Beattie
The F. H. S. track team had a hopeful year in 1965. Strong
in the running departrnent, but weaker in field events, the
members of the team expressed their hopes that the Falcon
Thinclads would capture the championship of the Interlakes
League for the third consecutive year.
The team was coached by Messrs. Kennedy and Race and
was managed by Jim Snyder.
Racketeers Keep the Ball Bounczng
The Falcon tennis team, coached by Mr. Gerald Potter,
opened .it's l965 season with vigorous practice and high
hopes for the forthcoming tournaments. Mr. Potter was
pleased to see many of the members of last year's team
turn out for spring practice along with numerous sopho-
Althoughmany of their scheduled practices were cancel-
ed due to poor weather including snow, sleet, hail and
rain, the team continued practice inside, sending tennis
balls flying until summer finally arrived.
Knee1ing:J. Arnold, T. Ugrin, D. Moore, F. Seeburger, K. Dembeck, T. Bacon3Standing
G. Potter, J. Cotton, C. Anderson, J. Cranston, R. Smith, G. Arnold
Kneeling: D. Bayer, C. Starr, G. Kelch, D. Rutherford, G. GrimalagStanding: L. Mur-
phy, R. Melville, G. Bain, J. Stokan, T. Swieczkowski, J. Esser, T. Patrick, C. Hunt,
Mr. Schoeneich's golf team was back at the Farmington Coun-
try Club this year. Every Monday and Tuesday the boys
sharpened their puts and swings. They played in four league
meets plus outside competition, and faired a good deal bet-
ter than last year.
Gob' Team Has Successful Season on Green
First Row: P. Toohey, C. Walsh, T. Donoghue, C. Misch, D. Johnston, M. Perry, W.
Johnston, G. Adams, M. Snearlyg Second Row: A. Woehler, L. Smith, D. Kittridge, J.
Winder, T. Nielson, E. Blackwell, G. Lindsay, J. Sewell, R. Schulze, Third Row: A.
Kilkka, C. Norton, M. Thompson, J. Tinkle, F. Mellert, R. Hancock, J. Butters,J.Dunn,
Falcons Strive 01'
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'ommerciezl Students Prepare for the World of Business
Increase at F.H.S.
Mrs. B1-and Mrs. Crust
Mrs. Forrester Mrs. Green Mr. Nichols Mr. Peel
pportunity to Study Foreign Languages
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Guidance Office Aids Students in Their Decisions
Mr. James Geiger Mr. Clayton Graham
Mr. Nich 1
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Mr. Nichols Mr. Webbena
Mr. Barrons Miss Carley Mrs. Brodbcck
Home Economics Students Learn the Art of Homemakin
Students Strive for Industrial Skills
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.Left to Right: R. Lee, D. Klawender, R. Reinke, T. Patrick,
R. Johnston, T. Taggart, M. Perry, F. Niemic, D. 'Boliere
Smith D. Pastor S. LaFevre L.. Abney I. Brunk N. Rundell
Brillinger L. Hoetger J. White M. Bacon A. Sobush
"B00kworms" Find Haven in Library
J. Schoeneich E- Jackson
C. Wubbena B. Gucciardo
eztlaematiml Minds Provide the Backbone for Research
S. Branz C. Broderson
C0-operative Education Program
Provides jobs and Expefience
Physical Education--Where Minds and Bodies Coordina
Students Dzscover Mysteries of Science
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Miss Setina Mr. Tyler Mr. Whitledg
Examine World A ffairs
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RESENT MEMBERS: CHRISTINE MCKELVEY JUNIORS:
MICHAEL MESLER JEREE BACHELOR
CARL MISCH TERRY BACON
A boy and girl of the Senior Class are presented with the
American Legion Award each year. These students possess
superioricitizenship qualities which include: regard for others
and concern for the welfare of the school, self-sacrifice, good
sportsmanship, honesty, and helpfulness.
The two seniors to whom the award was presented this year
were Kris l-lendee, and Mike Mesler,
The Brykalski-Coolman Award is presented yearly to ajunior
in honor of two students of the Class of 1941 who were killed
in World War II. The recipient must have participated in at
least one sport in each of his first two years in high school
and displayed the qualities of leadership, service, depend-
ability, and scholarship. The award in l964 was presented to
"Courage does not consist in feeling no fear, but in conquer-
ing fear. He is the hero who seeing the lions on either side
goes straight on, because there his duty lies." And sowas
Keith Johnson, a senior who was handicapped by a weak
heart and died in May, 1940. He not only participated in ex-
tracurricular activities, but he also possessed the valuable
qualities of honesty, leadership, school spirit, and service.
In memory of this outstanding student, the Keithlohnson
Award, the highest honor bestowed by Farmington Senior
High, was awarded to Sandy Schulze,
After the Senior Class nominates three candidates who have
the qualities of dependability, leadership, patriotism, truth-
fulness, loyalty, and seryice, the faculty selects one of the
three for the D.A. R. Good Citizen Award.
This year the Three Flags Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution presented the D. A. R. Award to Sandy
Competing with 449 other girls, Sandy won the State of Mich-
igan D. A. R. Good Citizen Award. She received a S100 bond
from the national society and a S 50 bond from the state soc-
Annually, the Commerical Award is presented to a student
who has taken most of the courses offered by the Commer-
cial Department. The recipient of this award must exhibit
a high scholastic ability, a special interest, character,and
It was after these requirements were considered that this
year's Commercial Award was presented to Karen Capo.
Each year the French Department gives an award to the stu-
dent exhibiting superior skill, attentiveness, and achievement
in the field. An appreciation of France, her customs and im-
portance is also taken into consideration.
The Spanish Award is presented to the student who has dis-
played ability, interest, and achievement in this subject.This
year's recipient of the award was John Mosley.
Each year the Latin Award is presented to a student for his
comprehension, excellence in pronunciation, translation, and
knowledge of Roman culture.
This year the award was presented to Brenda Thompson.
This year's French Award was presented to Debra Halperin
Some people say grammar is the important topic to be studied
in English while others declare it is literature. The English
Award winners, however, must excel in these as well as in
other areas of English. The awards this year were given to
Christine McKelvey, Cincla Parsons, Perry Jamieson, Mike
Maattala, and King Cotton.
The Journalism Award is presented to a student who has
shown outstanding ability in the field of journalism. This
student must display initiative, skill, and a special interest
Larry Adcock was the recipient of this award.
Every year the Mathematics Department presents an award
to an exceptional student in that field. In addition to having
taken four years of math while in high school, the student
must have displayed outstanding interest, ability, workman-
ship, and scholastic achievement.
The recipients of this year's awards were Sandy Schulze,
and Jin McElroy. '
This year the Science Department has given an award to an
outstanding student in the field of science. This person must
be a senior who has displayed a sincere interest in science,
and whose scientific activities have extended beyond those of
The Science Awards this year were presented to Douglas Bolier
and Brian Dates. 1
The Speech Award is presented to a deserving studentwho
has taken at least one year of speech. In addition to out-
standing workin class, the recipient of this award has usually
participated in extracurricular activities involving speech.
The recipient of the Speech Award is Cathy Letson.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION AS AN AWARD-WINNER on the
Co-operative Occupational Training Program in the areas of
Office, Retailing and Trade, and Industrial occupations.
1. Must be on the program for one academic year.
Z. Must have excellent evaluations from the employer.
3. Must have done quality work in related instruction class.
4. Must have good work attendance record.
5. Must have good school attendance record.
6. Must have satisfactory academic record.
' 7 Be interested in participating in extra-curriculum acti-
Sue Parker William Cassell
Office Trade Eu Industrial
The prerequisites of the Social Studies Award are initiative,
active participation in class and extra curricular activities,
and an accumulation of three credits in the subject. This
year's awards were given to Kris Hendee, and Perry Jamieson.
The Home Economics Award is presented each year to the
outstanding home economics student who best displays good
home-making skills, poise and personality, grooming, der
pendability, tolerance, maturity, and high ideals that are
necessary for a successful homemaker. This year's award
was presented to Lisa Sundberg.
Each year the Home Economics Department honors a senior
girl who has shown outstanding ability in this field. To merit
this award, a high score must be achieved on the national
homemaking test given each December. The 1965 Betty
Crocker Award was given to Mary Jane Schultz.
Each year awards are given to those students in the Indus-
trial Arts Departrnent who have displayed unusual ability and
interestin their work. An award is given in each of the three
areas of this field: Mechanical Drawing, Metals, and Power
Jim McGregor Gary' Arnold
The Vocal Music Department presents to its most worthy stu-
dents awards signifying achievement, talent, service, and co-
This year the awards were presented to Christine McKelvey, and
Brian Dates .
The Band Award is presented annually to the most outstanding member
of the Band. The student must have demonstrated exceptional achieve-
ment and interest and have rendered service throughout his years at
F. H. S.
This year the Band Award was received by Larry Lofquist,
The Art Award is presented to the student who has created the
most original and expressive projects during his four years of
art. The student must show outstanding work in class as well
as participate in extracurricular activities. The student who
was recognized this year was Ray Biggs,
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Bob Miller, treasurer: Pe Brown s r t ' M
g , ec e ary, arge Braunstein, vice-president: George Grima1a,presi
This year's Sophomore Class was uniqueg for the first time freshmen came from three junior hi hs.
But their mixed origin did not prevent them from uniting into one well organized, active class.
The Sophomore's sponsored a very successful dime dance early last fall. In addition to this, they
had their traditional class stomp, "Sophomore Swing." Not to lag in team support, the new-comers
sold refreshments at games and almost out yelled the cheerleaders!
Thanks to the experienced advisorship of Mrs. Gummerus and the ability of elected officers Ge r
Grimala, Presidentg Marg Braunstein, Vice-President, Peg Brown, Secretary: and Bob Miller, Trea-
surer, the Sophomores felt their first year in high school was rewarding and satisfying.
Bottom to Top: S. Winters, L. Yauger, C. Whitman, N. Woods, C. Welti, I... Youngblood, J. Worrall
N. Weddle, J. Wingeter, J. Witmer, J. Wingeter, C. White, B. Young, R. West, M. Williams, G
Woosley, M. Wood, J. Zimmerman, C. Wilson, C. Williams, S. Welsh, J. Worrall, C. West
E. Buttermore, K. Butcher, P. Brancheau, D. Burton, S. Bryant,
B. Luke, B. Knight, K. Lucer, S. Lloyd, C. Lefler, K. LeFever, R. Love, L. Lykins,F. Living
ston, J. Kent, J. Lofquist, P. Lenox, J. King
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Bottom to Top: D. McPhail, D. Mahan, A. McGregor, V. McDade, G. Mclntyre, M. Martin, T. Mar-
MCI-lutchion, R. Martin, G. Melnek, G. Mclntyre, I... McGuire,
Melville, S. Maki, R. McClure
tin, R. McKenna, B. MacKenzie, P. McCullough, S. Koteles, V. Mahon, L. Mann, A. MacDonald,
J. Martin, D. Martin, M. McGrath,R.
G. McTaggart, R. Norz, P. Newman, D. Niven, L. Topalian, G. Tudball, P. Torbico, C. Tom
E. Nutter, C. Norton, A. Niven C. Trick, C. Trombley, M. Tilley, L. Tucke
Tinson, P. Toohey, G. Tinkle
Front Row: E. Miracle, G. Monroy, T. Miller, B. Miller, M. Milligan: Back Row: M. Mirabile,
P. Mingo, B. Miracle, L. Monagin, F. Montour, L. Mitc-hell, L. Middlebrook
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Shires, S. Shotwell, M. Schweizer, M. Smolek, G. Sale
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to Top: P. Sevin, R. Say, D. Sinterman, A. Sheerer, D. Sherry, N. Senkbeil, M. Salvatori, R.
r, A. Scott, C. Sokol, E. Snyder, F. Simons, C. Smith, K. Sheffer, V. Sheldon, B. Schrader,
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First Row: H. DeSimone, M. Derderian, J. Curnrningsg Second Row:H. Cunningham, E. Cross, C. Cox,
P. Davis Qseatedj, W. Critcher, L. Cousineau fseatedj, J. Conkling Third Row: D. Daniel, M. Curtis,
S. Dever, R. Cooper, B. Cummings, S. Curcio, L. Collins, S. Daly
Balsley, J. Atchison, M. Bacon, M. Bachelor, C. Arvy, R. Bagalay, G. Ash, J. Bailey, G. Bain,
Atkeson, J. Baessler, R. Bain
B. Carlson, S. Charboneau, D. Casper, E. Capel, D. Carruthers, C.
Carscadden, E. Campbell
First Row: J. Henry, M. Humecky, T. Herrington, M. Hines, S. Hansen: Second Row: J. Hosler, S.
Himmelspach, T. Hroba, K. Hibbs, B. Henry, W. Harrison, D. Henderson: Third Row: E. Howes,C.
Hubbard, K. Hatter, R. Dugan, W. Harrison: Fourth Row: L. Huss, K. Haynes, C. Hurd, C. Harris:
Fifth Row: A. Holman, R. Helvey fseatedf, C. Hunt
First Row: B. Hansen, G. Grimala, P. Grow: Second Row: E. Gutierrez, D. Grycan, D. Hall, C.
Grosman, N. Gross, A. Hagstrom, D. Hancock, R. Hancock, C. Gustafsonk
First Row: N. Gagnon, C. Freeman, K. Gaddis, N. Fischer, R. Fink,
C. Findleyg Second Row:L. Forsythe, J. Ferrill, M. Falzon, M. Gala,
G. Farley, J. Forbes
First Row: E. Blackwell, B. Brom, P. Beattie, K. Broschg Second Row: M. Braunstein, M. Brown,S
Bentzel, H. Braunstein, D. Belanger, J. Brumm, N. Benedict: Third Row: R. Baczko, C. Berger, S
Banfield, K. Blakeney, L. Brock: Fourth Row: M. B1-assfield, K. Bartsch, S. Banks, B. BatheygFiftl
Row: S. Barnette, L. Bender, D. Brown
L. Pflieger, D. Potter, D. Pusey, H. Price fseatedj, A. Ramsey, B
Poling, R. Radar Qseatedj, C. Pollard, R. Priemer
First Row: J. Gingerich, V. Gilbert, M. Gay, G. Grainer, J. Goodroe:Second Row:J. Green, F. Gregg
P. Gendron, C. Gearin, J. Gebben, G. Gardner
First Row: K. Durham, K. Eddy,-F. Dickerson, M. Ellis, J. Dunn, D. Drotar: Second Row: R. Dono-
van, D. DiPonio, G. Dorow, T. Dittman, C. Dobson, S. Engstron, T. Donoghoe, J. Eisenlordg Third
Row: M. Eichhorn, G. Duke
IS. Webb, K. Victor, K. Unger, B. Watson, G. Vance, C. Weber, I..
Valenti, B. Vasseau, C. Wayne, M. Walker, C. Walsh
H' Amen, p. Amato, K, Allen, R. Anderson, J. Arnold, J. Anderberg, B. Ambrose, C. Anderson, M,
Ames, B. Allin
S. Jackson, B. I-Iinkle, J. Jamerson, L. Heaton,D. First ROW! Y- -70111150111 V- JOIUIS. S- Jarvis: SCCO
Hostler. M, Howel Row: J. Johncox, E. Johnson, M. Johnson, K. Ja
Front to Back: R. Munns, P. Nelson, J. Morris, N. Ni-lgY. B. Newman, R. Nietert, L Najjar
P. Near, J. Murphy, D. Nelson, D. Mecham, L. Napier, K. Nelson
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Bottom to Top: M. Smith, K. Taratuta, S. Taylor, M. Spink, W. Taylor, J. Stange, L. Stumpi, B.Tate
R. Schulze, D. Story, N. Terzano, D. Stuart, B. Thieleman, D. Thomas, G. Seifert, R. Storlie, J
Soltis, M. Thoxnpson, G. Thornber, L. Stelter, D. Stevens, J. Strane, D. Smith
Front to Back: W. King, M. Kelley, D. Kittridge, G. Lambert, K. Kourtjian, K. Kubit, G. Lane, L.
Lang, L. Lee, J. Kubitskey, C. King, B. Kruger, M. Costi, V. Kelly, S. King, A. Kilkka, C. Kinggo,
R. Kellogg, V. Kemp, S. Lawing, M. Kress, D. Kur, J. Kouzoujian, D. Lampertz
E. Justice, J. Kelly, L. Kansman, S. Joy-
ner, K. Karwoski, R. Joseph, E. Jubenville ,
M. Jones,'B. June
R. Clifton, L. Cogsdill, F. Coffin, L. Cole,
J. Clayton, J.Chudy, R. Charles
'Frontto Back: J. Phipps, M. Pitman, M. Pat-
terson, L. Perkins, P. Pevvy, M. Peterson ,
S. Peckham, D. Pike, R. Persinger
First Row: R. O'Danie1, R. Pastor, M. Oake, T Osborne, M. Oates, V. Parsons: Second Row: D.
Parker, R. Oja, C. Oliveri, W. Oliphint, P. Oliver, B. Opp, M. Partington
.....ff.w.e H W W Y V
FirstRow:S. Retzler, K. RiggiogSecond Row:C. Rose, D. Rogers,
S. Richmond, C. Read, K. Riddell, R. Roth, B. Ridley, D. Rosen-
garteng Third Row: P. Reinhart, S. Robertson, J. Rouse, K. Rickey
lass of 1966
M. Gregory, T. Schwartz, L. Taylor, B. Murphy
Throughout its first year at F. H.S. , the Class of 1966 created for itself a
eputation of industriousness and fine scholastic achievement. Led by of-
icers Ron Cleveland, Marlynn Conner, Paula Norman, and Bob Murphy,
he class sponsored many rewarding and entertaining activities.
This year the Class of '66 has upheld its tradition of animated enthusiasm
y participating in many activities such as building a Homecoming float, en-
titled "Rip Van Winkle, " and sponsoring the combined Christmas--J-Hop,
"Belles and Beaux. "
The class officers this year were Mike Gregory, president, Bob Murphy,
vice-president: Thea Schwartz, secretary, and Linda Taylor, treasurer,
Mr. Barrons was the class advisor.
Kneeling: P. Andre, P. Angelella, T. Bacon, B. Anderson, Standing: B. Balsom, D. Aitken, V.
Antis, G. Adams, K. Austin, R. Adams, . Aldrich, J. Bachelor
Kneeling: D. Bayer, R. Bogatinoff, P. Berry, Standing: P. Bennett, B. Biechler, D. Bowers,E.
Berger, K. Boise, J. Boswell, V. Bishop, C. Berckley, B. Biggs, D. Beck
First Row:R. Clark, C. Burton, B. Busby, D. Bruce, L. CapopSecond Row:W. Burry, D. Clark, P. Bur
ley, Cv. Brock, J. Clark, S. Brillinger, P, Campbell, S. Cooke, N. Cortg Third Row: S. Bliss, A. Cling
man, E. Case, K. Bridges, A. Clingan, N. CoonpFourth Row: L. Close, R. Collins, B. Conklin,T. Camp
Sitting: K. Davis, K. Dembeckp Standing: B. Decainy, E. Butcher, G. Davis, N. Davis,
.I.Dern4berger, B. DeWaele
First Row: N. Gresehover, L. Gillis, K. Gorelick, K. Groffg Second Row: R. Goldstein,S
Gilling, S. Gleason, Third Row: R. Gresehover, M. Goers, H. Green, R. Gale, G. Gladd,
Kneeling: D. Harriman, T. Hancock, M. Hicks, Standing: P. Heard, T. Hatter, S. Hinger, M
Hildebrandt, L. Hoeglund, L. Hacker, K. Hilliard, E. Hammond, G. Habicht
First Row: S. Holland, B. Hoskins, T. Huss, B. Hubenschmidtg Second Row: S. Hotchkiss, B
Hoffman, J. Hoffman, S. Innes, W. Hoffmeyer, E. Houchen, A. Holdenberg, L. Hughes
Kneeling: J. Cranston, D. Currier, J. Curtis, R. Custerg Standing: S. Cossin, G. Courville,
J. Cossin, D. Buckler, S. Cossin, M. Compeau
Sitting: W. Dunn, D. Drotarg Standing: S. Eakin, D. Dombrowski, R. Dodd,B.Doy1e, S. Dorow
dwg- .Q Q 1
On Floor: C. Evangelista, C. Gay, J. Foster, J. Etapa, R. Fahnerg Second Row: C Eirshele, K. Gage,
T. Etter, S. Everts, S. Engle, L. Fuqua, J. Foulkrod, S. Gareau, K. Ferrillg Third Row: E. Fenot, L.
Fiepel, V. Gagnon, M. Foster, J. Francisco, Fourth Row: R. Eisenlord, J. Gadde, J. Gallup, D. Gaddis,
C. Finlay, S. Fuller
On Floor: S. Kirchner, K. Kubach, P. Jourdan, R. Jones: First Row: J. Koglin, G. Jackson, C. Kelm
L. Kelschg Second Row: L. King, R. Kolb, V. Kelley, L. Kidd, H. Kristaunig, G. Kelch, D. Kuffelg
Third Row: D. Klawender, J. Jeffers, I. Kolb, D. Klepingerg Fourth Row: H. Iversen, M. Kelly, S.
Irwin, P. Knoy, T. Keith
Sitting: D. LaFevre, R. Levy, A. Lieb, C. Legg, Standing: R. Lee, L. Lichwala, B
Lampela, C. Lawrence, J. Lawshe, A. Larson, P. LaVoie, R. Lardie
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Kneeling: G. Lindsay, D. McAdams, Standing: K. Luzar, M. Lindbloorn, M. McCourt
D. Line, C, Lucas, B. Lord
M. MacKay, K. McLaughlin, R. McCurdy, D MacDonald, R. McGaw, D. McMullen, L, McGraw
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First Row: D. May, J. Martin, L. Moss, S. Makig Second Row: M.
Montgomery, K. Mitchell, C. Madion, D. Mooreg Third Row: S.
Mazelis, S. Millington, P. Morris, C. Mollert, R. Matsenplfourth
Row: S. Moore, D. Miracle, P. Maxwell, D. Mayer, M. Miller,
Fifth Row: D. Manzo, B. Murphy, D. May, D. Misenar
On Floor: G, Peterson, B. Patterson, W. Poirer, J. Ports: First Row: M. Nutter, M. Plowman, S.
Porter, L. Peterson, T. Patrick, F. Niemic, D. Niepothg Second Row: J. Perry, R. Dugan, B. Perry,
J. Pearce, R. Notestine, G. Northrup, J. Pheney, L. Perry, K. Osborne, Third Row: J. Overton, R
Norman, M. Perry
Knpg-ling: D. Richter, G. Roy, J. Robinson, M. Radog Standing: J, Radke, G, Rgth, T, Ruelle,
R. Reinke, L. Rhodes, K. Rogerson, E. Rankin, K. Ridley
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Kneeling: W. Salo, E. Sauter, K. Schlack, P. Santo, J. Schottcn: Standing:K. Schacht, C. Rus-
sell, C. Russom, J. Rose, V Saylor, L. Schroeder, L.. Salvatori
tting: D. Sheridan, C. Seelman, T. Schwartz, E. Sexton, B. Schweizer, J. Seyuin, J. Simon:
ing: S. Schuler, R. Shortt, G. Shelton, G. Schwartz, B. Segur
Kneeling: T. Ugrin, C. Terry: Second Row: G. Teppo, .I. Presson, G. Taggart, B. Thompson,
I... Taylor, S. Thorpe, C. Tesch: Third Row: R. Taggart, R. Tarsney, J. Thomas
irst Row: G. Smith, D. Styesg Second Row: L. Smith, S. Stevenson, J. Slingerland, S. Smithemg Third
ow:L. Simone, M. Snearly, M. Smigielski, C. Soltis, B. Sovereign, D. Stidwellg Fourth Row: C. Stevens,
. Snyder, V. Steuck, S. Simonsen: Fifth Row: D. Stringer, M. Struman, L. Smith, R. SmolinskigSixth
ow: S. Sutton, M. Smith, N. Stormont, J. Simpson
Front: J. Young, First Row: C. Wagner, N. Young, W. Wcinrauch, J. Watson: Second Row:
G. Weddle, S. Wood, J. White, A. Walkley, S. Woodard, P. Veltong Third Row: P. Trikes, N.
Witworth, I... VanVuren, G. Walker, L. Williamson, Fourth Row: R. Wilson, J. Wilson, M. Wil-
son, J. Winder, Fifth Row: L. Williamson, M. Wilt, L. Watzke, K. Willard, L. Warrinvr
Class of 1965
Leaving the Farmington Junior High after an unforgettable Freshman Dance, "Aloha, " the
class anticipated a more rewarding experience in the next three years.
As very energetic Sophomores, the Class of l965 plunged enthusiastically into the first of
many steps toward gaining the coveted title of "Seniors. " The class opened its new fron-
tier by selling refreshments at games, holding a dime dance, and presenting the "Harvest
Hop" which proved to be a great success.
An excited Junior class carried on the glorious tradition of past Junior classes by winning
the Homecoming Parade float contest. The high point of the Junior social season was the
J-Hop, "Lollipops and Roses, " a truly delightful evening.
As the final days of their high school career elapsed, the class crammed their schedules
with activities, such as the Senior Play, selling refreshments at games, making a float
for the Homecoming parade, sponsoring a dime dance, and choosing a class gift for the
school. To the dismay and disappointment of many individuals, the Senior Class Trip was
not possible. The final social event of the year was the Senior Prom, held at Lovette Hall
in Greenfield Village on May ZZ, 1965. Certain anxiety was felt by each senior as he pre-
pared for the final step, graduation, which ended three memorable years at'Farmington
Senior High School on June l7, l965.
Jim Clepp, President JoAnn Maki, Vice-President
Kris Hendecf, Secretary Art Woehlcr, Treasurer
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