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iOOTH ANNIVERSARY 

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_ editor-in-chief: bettijane Christopher^ 
business manager: John gray 



contents 

The First Century in Pictures 4 

Campus Life, 1967 34 

Administration 74 

Organization and Honoraries 96 

Athletics 158 

Royalty 194 

Greeks 218 

Classes 284 

Advertisements 354 




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The Mondcola respectfully dedicates its WVU 100th Anniversary edition to 
Oliver Perry Chitwood, educator and author. Dr. Chitwood, a member of the 
University community for 60 years, has distinguished himself in the classroom and 
in his writing. The first editor of the Colonial Echo yearbook at William and Mary, 
Dr. Chitwood is almost reaching his own Centennial as he is in his 93rd year. He 
honors our University and our yearbook by introducing the special historical section 
of this commemorative yearbook. 




Receiving the Order of the Vandalia 
at WVU Commencement ceremonies 
in 1963. At left is former WVU presi- 
dent. Paul Miller. 



Oliver Perry Chitwood was born in Franklin County, Virginia, on November 28, 
1874. He received his A.B. degree in 1899 from the College of William and Mary, 
and his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1905. He served as librarian at 
William and Mary and later as Headmaster of Richmond Academy. He taught 
history, political science and economics at Mercer University for two years before 
coming to West Virginia University in 1907. He has been a visiting professor at 
Johns Hopkins, Ohio State, University of North Carolina, and Stetson. In 1946 he 
retired from his teaching duties at WVU. A Phi Beta Kappa and one of the 
founders of the WVU chapter in 1910, Dr. Chitwood is the author of the following 
books: Justice in Colonial Virginia, The Immediate Causes of the Great War, A 
History of Colonial America, John Tyler: Champion of the Old South, A Short 
History of the American People, and The United States: From Colony to World 
Power. He is the joint author of another American history book, has contributed 
book reviews and other articles. His latest contributions are three student manuals 
on United States history and he is currently working on a biography of Richard 
Henry Lee. He is a resident of Morgantown and is active in several historical 
associations and a regular attender at University events. 



At the Monticola awards banquet with Prof. 
Patrick Gainer, yearbook advisor, who received 
special plaque for service; Mrs. Chitwood. and 
Dr. Chitwood, who gave the address. 








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In the shadow of Woodburn Hall, so familiar to all WVU Mountaineers, is the 
ghost of Woodburn Female Seminary which stood in its place over a century ago. 
Its property and that of Monongalia Academy (where students were not allowed to 
accept challenges to fight duels and the only cow allowed to graze was the 
principal's) were offered in hopes that the legislature of the new state of West 
Virginia would establish an agriculture college financed by the Morrill Act of 1863 
at Morgantown. This became a reality by law on February 7, 1867. 

And so this year marks WVU's 100th year, and she celebrates a first century of 
higher education with several other schools across the nation — Illinois, Howard, 
Mankato, and Minnesota. Looking back, then, is a time for memories and pictures 
and events of years gone by. It is the Monlicola's purpose to leave the detailed 
history up to a forthcoming volume by Dr. Festus Summers, and to take a trip 
through the first century via the eye of the camera, with a long, hard, and 
affectionate look at the physical campus, past and present. 




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BOARD OF REGENTS (VISITORS), 1896— ROW 1: A. Brown, G. Sturgiss, W. Powell. 
ROW 2: A. Kunst, J. Sec, S. Reed, J. Brown. ROW 3: T. Atkinson, President Goodknight, R. 
McMahon, J. Hamill. 



In 1874, the Woodburn Female Seminary building burned, and "West Virginia 
University," as it was named by the first President Rev. Alexander Martin, turned 
its backs on female higher education. The first class in the fall of 1868 boasted 122 
students and a library of 247 books. A Board of Visitors was appointed by Gov. 
Borenian consisting of one person from each of the 1 1 senatorial districts. At their 
first meeting, Martin was elected to the presidency. In his inaugural address, the 
Methodist minister said, "Even should the present generation fail to appreciate, 
improve, and increase its power, it will still live, and coming ages shall build on 
the foundation which here, with faith and prayer, we lay a fabric whose majestic 
proportions may exceed our most anguine expectations." 




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"As this is the age of woman suffrage, microbes, and other objectionable pests, 
we have three of what our Dean calls the weaker vessels . . . Miss Walters with 
her anaphalactic conscience makes 100% in anatomy but has a normal reflex 
awake." — 1913 Monticola. These "objectionable pests" had been strolling around 
since 1889, when coeducation was finally accepted at WVU. Women are an 
organizing kind, and in 1 900 the Women's League was formed with great success, 
but later disbanded to become the Women's Student Government Association. 
Women weren't such a detriment to the sports world either. In 1923 the coed rifle 
team affiliated with the National Rifle Association and later won a perfect score 
competing against men. Dorothy Snyder was one such sharpshooter. 

Being in a rural state, WVU was interested in agriculture from the very 
beginning. The bottle washing machine pictured below was a 1908 agricultural 
experiment station project, and the Farmer's Week exhibit above took place in 
1930. Experimental farms were added in dairy husbandry (1889), animal 
husbandry (1916), horticulture (1916), poultry (1916), and agronomy (1961), 
with land also in Jefferson, Preston, Mason and Randolph counties. 



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At the intersection of College and University Avenues, Oglebay Hall 
later replaces Agricultural Experiment Station pictured behind late 
model vehicle. 



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"Hicki go bliddle, go blinkerty blate! We're on the 
deck for "98!" Or how about "One ah zip! Two ah zip! 
Zip zip zam, W. Va. varsity don't give a — hooray!" 
The striking out of certain words in the above cheers 
was strictly according to University rules which were 
clearly stated in 1868: No profanity, smoking, 
drinking, dancing, biUiards, and theatricals. By 1900 
the students flaunted the smoking restrictions and put 
cigarettes in the president's desk. An injunction against 
singing "Dixie" gave it immediate popularity which it 
has never lost. The same rules applied to the faculty 
too, and also another one in 1 879 forbidding the 
hitching of horses on campus. 

Such a bonfire like the one pictured at right was 
frequent to stir up enthusiasm for the arch rivals in 
football, W & J. The theatricals rule was dropped 
when Richard III was presented to help pay for 
football uniforms. Athletic programs were aimed at all 
students, and such intramural exercise programs in 
1904 were one of the few in the nation at that time. To 
add to growing Mountaineer spirit, the YMCA in 1915 
offered $150 for the best college song, and Deem, 
Miller, and McWhorter came up with "Hail West 
Virginia." 




Fraternity row is behind the bonfire on Armory Field. 



First forestry class, 1907. 



The old Armory and adjoining grocery store, 
about 1915. 




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High and Willey Street intersection, 1923. 



Sabraton Street Car Line. 




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Morgantown traffic problems weren't new in 
1923, as High and Willey Streets get a paving job 
at left. High Street became the center of town 
and the center of all traffic. A survey 40 years 
later showed that 80% of all High Street traffic 
was passing through without shopping stops, etc., 
and it is hoped that the Interstate 79 completed by 
1972 will divert traffic from downtown, as well as 
the proposed Allegheny-Cumberland Parkway. 

Back up at WVU, business was booming too. 
In 1927 the Board of Governors replaced the 
Board of Regents. In 1930 a graduate program 
began. In 1940 a laboratory elementary school 
opened. University Senate and Council of 
Administration were added. Income reports were 
not so good, though, because one of the weakest 
fund-raising projects was tuition — around the 
turn of the century, West Virginia residents could 
come to school free of charge. 



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An 1 868 view of Morgantown from Westover. 





An early football game on the Armory Field, looking toward North 
High Street. 

The original Sunnyside Bridge, Stewart Street, and Falling Run Road, 
1900. 








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World War I took 2697 for active duty and 46 casualties, many from the flu 
epidemic. 29 1 faculty and students lost their lives in World War II. The reaction to 
Pearl Harbor was an accelerated program reducing vacations. Students aided in 
blackouts, collected iron and rubber, bought war bonds and donated to blood 
banks. Beginning in 1 852 with the formation of the Columbian Literary Society, 
students busied themselves with new social and literary ventures. The first 
Monticola in 1896 dedicated itself to Dr. I. C. White, noted state geologist. The 
Mountaineer Spirit in 1967 is the latest of many magazine attempts. Other 
activities were the junior prom begun in 1904; Link Day and junior week in May, 
1909; Panhellenic dance, picnic, smoker, and senior boat ride, 1910; stunt night, 
1912; Mountaineer Week (students visiting high schools), 1927; freshman week, 
1929; Christmas caroling and Mother's Day Sing, 1930; Life Week, 1939; 
Whopperswopper Day, 1 940, and Mountaineer Weekend founded by Arch Moore 
in 1947. Greater West Virginia Weekend in 1935 merged the sing, Link Day, and 
the prom. Because of a briefer calendar now, only Link Day, Mountaineer Week 
and Weekend, and freshman orientation survive. Added to those are Parents 
Weekend, Homecoming, Spring Spree, Greek Week, and other events. 




Fifty years separate this graduation picture of the 1909 class and their initiation into the 
Emeritus Club in 1959. 




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The hick house, located where the old Moun- 
tainlair now is, Falling Run Road. 



The supposedly haunted "hick house" at left, where cadavers were kept, was the 
modest beginning of a medical department founded in 1878 which now sprawls on 
its own campus into four schools and a hospital worth at least $40 million. A law 
department also began that year. Other things ended, though, as a 1901 Monticola 
cartoon featured a graveyard with tombs labeled college spirit, summer quarter, the 
regents, and the committee on student affairs. The 1907 yearbook showed another 
graveyard with stones for a medical school, athletic field, and a new gymnasium. 
The state capital was affectionately referred to as the "Amalgamated Order of the 
Pruning Knife." 

Whatever the doubts about the summer quarter, since 1900 the quarter system 
was in effect with 12-week periods beginning July 1, October 1, January 1 and 
April 1. However, in 1912 the semester system was adopted. In 1916 extension 
courses were set up across the state in such towns as Bluefield, Moundsville, and 
Welch. Other academic changes came in 1914 when President Hodges authorized 
the registrar to deduct 1 % from the final grade for each unexcused absence. That 
year also saw the abolishment of Latin as an entrance requirement for all students 
except those in law or medicine. Summer school sessions opened in 1910 with 
Waitman Barbe as the director. He had been "field agent" for WVU since 1 895 
and had written a book entitled Going to College. Due to rising expenses, the 
summer school fee was raised to $20 in 1929 from the previous $5. In 1925, 
seniors with an 88% grade were allowed optional attendance as long as they 
maintained that average. That year the sororities attained a higher overall than the 
all-women's (83% to 80%) but the fraternities fell below the all-men's average of 
78% by one point. 

Smoking was becoming a big problem at WVU and in 1922 the Athenaeum 
reported that Woodburn Hall had to be cleaned of cigarette stubs six times a day 
and that smokers were causing congestion at the doorways. Dean Simpson of the 
School of Medicine stated that if girls were caught smoking they should be spanked 
but not banished from the college. Woodburn Hall, the 1910 Monticola noted, is a 
"large summer pavilion built in many styles of architecture and of all known 
materials. Repairs . . . always begin when (there is) teaching." Its neighbor. 
University Hall (now Martin Hall) was called a "model of architectural beauty 
carrying out noble designs." A clock was added in the Woodburn Hall bell tower 
which rang out the 9 p.m. curfew while a cannon took care of the 6 a.m. rise-and- 
shine. The clock was the brunt of many pranks including a target for several rifle 
holes, while several determined students once graced the tower with a cow. 



Administration Building, built in 1902, formerly used as a library. 





Episcopal Hall, first women's dormitory, Willey and Spruce Streets. 




Agricultural Experiment Station, built 1884; was near Oglebay Hall. 



The second Mechanical Hall, built in 1902 and destroyed by fire in 1956. The new Mountain- 
lair parking levels stand in its place. 





The Armor), built in 1871, razed in 1966 



The Armory pictured above was the center for military and athletic events in its 
earlier days. WVU, being a state school, has always trained cadets through its 
ROTC programs. Cadets for many years were waived from tuition fees. If it 
rained, the cadets moved off the field and marched in the corridors of Woodburn 
Hall. In 1897 cadets were given uniforms and became part of the state national 
guard. 1901 brought a cadet band and pretty coed sponsors soon followed. In 1890 
the Athletic Association was formed to solicit funds to equip football and baseball 
teams, both named the "Snakes." Until Mountaineer Stadium was built in 1925, 
the teams used the Armory field. A typical gymnastic exhibition inside the Armory 
in 1909 featured a calisthenic march, games, "horse and buck," and Swedish folk 
dances. The Wheeling Daily Intelligencer deplored the introduction of football at 
"our state University." "The next thing in order will be for legislature to establish 
a hospital in Morgantown," screamed the editorial. That took place 34 years later. 
In 1912 the College of Medicine was changed to "School" and was rated Class A 
by the American Medical Association five ye^rs later. 



The old School of Medicine building replaced in 1952 by the Physics Building. 





The library, built in 1931, holding 1,000,000 books, periodicals and microfilms. 



Another view of the library, the temporary "Tin Can" and part of the Chemistry Building. 
The chemistry annex is now under construction at this spot. 




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This corner has seen a lot of change, the latest being the Mountainlair student 
union building replacing Reynolds Hall and the Armory Field. In the summer of 
1966, the health center was moved up to where the cafeteria used to be. Across 
the street, the Experiment Station was torn down and the mast of the U.S.S. West 
Virginia battleship was brought from possible scrapping to rise over the new 
Memorial Plaza. Oglebay Hall behind the Plaza houses home economics, 
psychology, and sociology, and was named after Col. Earl Oglebay, a prominent 
Wheeling philanthropist and a member of the Board of Regents. Reynolds Hall, 
formerly Commencement Hall, was named for Powell Reynolds who twice served 
as acting president at the turn of the century. Reynolds Hall was the scene of 
dramatic, religious, and convocation events. University chapel was held thereat 
10:45 every morning where the roll was also called. An 1896 ruling stated that 
those absent from chapel three times unexcused would be suspended. As the 
administration went out of the hands of ministers and church-related people, 
opposition increased against compulsory chapel, and later it was put under student 
supervision. Students preferred dances but the faculty pushed YMCA revivals. 
Other student activities were gradually admitted. In 1918 a student council was 
formed, and four years before, the "Student Coop" rented a house which offered 
food and social events for men who bought membership cards. 



Students filing from morning chapel at Reynolds Hall, about 1900. 



Experiment Station, Terrace Hall under con- 
struction, Woman's Hall, cafeteria and health 
center, about 1956. 






Oglebay Hall, built in 1917. U.S.S. West Virginia Mast and Memorial Plaza were added in 1963. 

Reynolds Hall, built in 1892 and demolished in 1966. 








Brooks Hall, built 1951, and 
Armstrong Hall, built the year 
before. 



Brooks Hall, containing biology and several museums, was named for a family 
of four men who contributed much to state biological research. The sons included 
authors, an entomologist, and a connection with the state department of 
agriculture. Next door is Armstrong Hall, the largest classroom building on the 
downtown campus. Named for Robert Armstrong, longtime chairman of the 
English department and acting president in 1935, this building includes English, 
business, education, languages and humanities. Elizabeth Moore Hall is for the 
coeds — lounges. Dean of Women's offices, and physical education, including a 
swimming pool. It was named for the head of the Woodburn Female Seminary. It 
is the place for campus meetings both inside and out. Tri Delta is only one of 
several sororities which lived on the top floor of E. Moore Hall until houses could 
be found. 




Physics Building, added in 
1952, and Music Building built 
in 1954. 




Mineral Industries Building, 1942. 



Chemistry Building. 1925. 




Elizabeth Moore Hall, 1928. The dance studio on the top floor was added in 1963. 




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Mountaineer Field, largely the effort of Harry Stansbury, athletic director from 
1917 to 1938, is the scene for many thrilling sports events at WVU. Since 1928, a 
familiar man on the field with rifle and coonskin cap, has been the Mountaineer. 
Mountain, ranking men's honorary, annually selects the Mountaineer who is 
usually tall and who must be able to evoke Mountaineer spirit from the crowds, 
and whose rifle goes off when the teams appear and when touchdowns are made. 
In 1941, Julius Singleton had the position. A former speaker of the state 
legislature, he is now assistant to Gov. Smith. Ken Fonville, a Sigma Chi, served 
this year. His successor is Lou Garvin, Phi Sigma Kappa. . . . The Evansdale 
campus has grown rapidly since the building of the Medical Center. The new 
forestry building is constructed so that a much needed classroom tower can be 
added later. 



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Stadium Press Box (top) was 
built in 1963. At left is the 
University bookstore, 1958, 
squeezed in between the Law 
Byiilding, 1923, and the Physics 
Building. 




The Medical Center, 1957, University Hospital, 1960, created from a 1951 state legislature bill 
authorizing the use of a one-cent tax on soft drinks specifically for that purpose. 




Forestry Building. 1965. 

Behind Hawley Field rises the Engineerin" Building and Agricultural Sciences Building. 1961. 

To the left under construction is the Creative Arts Center. Behind is seen, faintly. Twin Towers dormitory. 




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Twin Towers, built 1965. capacity 918. Lower level contains classrooms. 



Woman's Hall, built 1918. capacity 260. 




Arnold Hall, shown under constniction in 1957, capacity 420. 



Boreman North contains 250 women; South has 360 men. 






Fraternity Row: Boreman North. Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha, Phi Sigma Kappa, Tau 
Kappa Epsilon. Sigma Chi. 



Living units are always filled, but more is 
being made available through recent construction. 
A second Twin Towers, capacity 976, is in the 
making. Private dormitories such as Pierpont, 
Summit Hall, Campanile and others are 
attractively carpeted and air-conditioned. 
Woman's Hall was the first University-sponsored 
housing unit. Arnold Hall was named for Dean of 
Women Edna Arnold, who served from 1939 to 
1955. Boreman Hall was named for the first 
governor of the state, Arthur Boreman. In 1926, 
Kappa Alpha Order built their house on North 
High Street and began fraternity housing now 
called "The Row." Sororities are starting their 
"Row" with 7 out of the 1 1 in the Spruce Street 
area. With 1 8 fraternities, there are over 2000 
students who are Greeks. The scholastic 
fraternity. Phi Beta Kappa, was chartered in 
1910 while Alfa of Fi Batar Cappar, mock 
honorary, followed in 1911. Greeks have always 
held positions of leadership in student 
government, which once used the cafeteria as a 
student center. Charles Wise, a former student 
body president, is now on the Board of 
Governors. A son of another current Board of 
Governors member is Ralph Bean Jr. who served 
in 1963 and married his vice-president, Barbara 
Cook. 



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Apartments. 



University presidents resided here from 1905 until 1965 when the official 
residence was moved to Evansdale; now used for offices. 





Sargent Shriver was the kickoff speaker for the Greater University Drive of 1966, the record 
year. At left is Dave Tork, '58, assistant director of development. 



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With the first century gone, WVU alumni are 
scattered from West Virginia to Germany. Two 
recent ambassadors are WVU graduates, while 
other current nationally-known alumni are 
Stephen Ailes, former secretary of the Army; 
Donovan McClure, former associate director of 
the Peace Corps; Joe Savage, author of the 
syndicated column, "Mirror of Your Mind;" Don 
Knotts, star of television and cinema, familiar 
first as the nervous man on the Steve Allen show 
and later co-starring as Barney on "Andy Griffith 
Show;" Millard Lampbell, writer for television 
and author of the cantata on the death of 
Lincoln, "The Lonesome Train;" Fuzzy Knight, 
who was a comedy sidekick on an old television 
show about the foreign legion, and who was a 
cheerleader while at WVU and the author of the 
"Fight Mountaineers" song. 



William Leonhart. '39, former ambassador to Tanzania 
and now White House attache on Vietnam affairs. 



Joseph S. Farland, '36, former ambassador to Domini- 
can Republic and Panama, now with Georgetown Uni- 
versity. 



Alumni have always supported WVU, and 
their strength has greatly increased with the 
formation of the WVU Foundation and the 
Development Office. 1921 was the first year for 
alumni homecoming and the annual Thanksgiving 
Day football game with arch rivals W & J. The 
first alumni magazine was published in 1923 and 
is now an attractive quarterly. Alumni News, 
edited by David Jacobs, '3 1 . A student loan fund 
was set up which is now matched 9 to 1 by the 
federal government. Branch associations are 
spread out across the nation. 1966 was a record 
year in giving to WVU as the total voluntary 
giving topped one million dollars for the first 
time, showing a 70% increase over 1965. A 
national award of $1000 was given to WVU and 
the Office of Development for first place in 
improvement by the American Alumni Council. 



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television. 1897 was the year that a music school was founded, and around 1907 
when it was located on the third floor of Woodburn Hall, and the law classes were 
on the floor below, there was some antagonism. In the present music building are 
practice rooms and an attractive auditorium, but the Creative Arts Center now 
under construction will be a beautiful and comprehensive structure designed for 
the fondest hopes of music, drama, and art. The composer in residence, Thomas 
Canning, is formerly of Eastman School of Music, and has done "Fantasy on a 
Hymn by Justin Morgan," many choral pieces for the church, and a recent ballet 
exclusively written for the 1966 Orchesis concert, "Dance of the Vegetables." 
Another artist in residence is David Lloyd who has a recording out as a soloist in 
Handel's "Messiah." Students and faculty are encouraged to compose, and the 
1967 Young Artists' Concert featured music majors performing, some each other's 
work. They were Peggy Andrews, Linda Horton, Judith Shoup, Pam Wilson, 
Virginia Ulch, Charles Joseph, Phillip Smith and Paul Taylor. 



TOP: Victor Herbert and orchestra visit with WVU, early 1900's. BELOW: American Arts Trio, 



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With the long-awaited securing of a television 
channel, WWVU, the labs can become realities 
instead of just make-believe in the top floor of the 
Administration Building. The curriculum is 
already being expanded, with a course offered for 
the first time this year in film-making. In 
cooperation with WJAC in Johnstown, Pa., and 
other area stations, students and professors have 
been preparing themselves for the day when they 
could secure their own channel. It is hoped that 
the new channel will be able to reach across the 
state and, besides going into private homes, help 
WVU's growing junior college at Parkersburg. 





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They all came back faithfully, 
12,000 of them. They came from 
the home state, from Florida, from 
Switzerland and Uganda. They 
wore cutoffs, loafers, and reversed 
sweatshirts. Mustangs and 
motorcycles were back on Prospect 
Street and University Avenue 
again. 

Why is it always a pre-requisite 
to participate in the mass confusion 
at registration? And why are ID 
pictures never attractive? And the 
cash registers eat up money in the 
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They filled the dorms — Twin 
Towers, Arnold. Summit, 
Boreman, Campanile, Westchester, 
Terrace, Woman's, the Greek 
houses, the apartments. But all was 
still not settled, because the campus 
was undergoing the mud and dust 
of construction. The Mountainlair 
and parking levels replaced 
Reynolds Hall and the Armory. 
The hanging of the construction of 
the Chemistry Annex invaded the 
quiet of the library next door. The 
Creative Arts Center was rising, 
and the Field House was just new 
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"O Come All Ye Faithful," Carlen cried, 
and we came, all fired up with our new coach 
and our Mountaineers, cheering like we'd 
never cheered before. Thuses became 
populated and the band sounded off in a 
trumpet fanfare. Father Scott and former Fi 
Batar Dave Christopher, '18, pronounced 
Summit Hall the winner of the first cheering 
contest. The cheerleaders' hemlines went up 
and Ken Fonville, the 1967 Mountaineer, had 
grown the traditional beard. The opening game 
was made colorful by a field full of high school 
bands in their finest array of tassels, boots, and 
batons. 















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TOP: Rabbi Richard Rubenstcin. Lmnersily of Pittsburgh, proponent 
of "Holy Nothingness Theory"; Dr. William Hamilton, Colgate- 
Rochester Seminary, "Christian-atheist"; Dr. Manfred Meilzen of 
WVU, moderator; Dr. T. W. Bender, Eastern Baptist Seminary, 



Philadelphia; Sister Loretta Mary, Notre Dame High School, 
Greensboro, North Carolina. BOTTOM: Dr. Wesley Bagby, WVU: 
Robert Theobald, United Nations; Dean Paul Selby, moderator; 
Cong. Arch Moore (R-W.Va.); Marshall Noble, State Department. 




Hon. Vasco Leitae de Cunba, 
Ambassador from Brazil. 



Psychologist Virginia Johnson and Dr. William Masters, 
authors of "Human Sexual Response." 



John D. "Jay" Rockefeller IV, member of the 
West Virginia House of Delegates. 

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Highlighted by a visit from Vice- 
President of the United States 
Hubert Humphrey, the "Festival of 
Ideas" proved the worth and the 
potential of the student 
administration. Sex, religion, 
foreign and state affairs were 
thrown out at the well-attended 
events in early October. 
Humphrey's thesis of his address: 
In the face of explosive and 
complex changes, man must 
channel his energies to organize 
change for human betterment. 




ABOVE: The Vice-President chats informally after his 
address at the Field House. LEFT: Surrounded by pro- 
tective secret servicemen, student body president David 
Hardesty introduces members on the platform, including 
Sen. Jennings Randolph (D-W.Va.), West Virginia Gov- 
ernor Hulett Smith and Cong. Harley Staggers (D- 
W.Va.). 

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The Fine and Lively Arts 
Festival brought much music to the 
campus. The A hhey Brass Guild 
(TOP) included a mixture of 
faculty and students — Roger 
Sherman, Reginald Fink, Forrest 
Stanley, Dave Randolph and Paul 
Taylor. The Moscow Chamber 
Orchestra made an appearance at 
the Met. And up in the practice 
rooms of the Music School drift out 
sounds of pianos, violins, flutes . . . 



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With the sounds of the woodwind quintet, 
percussion ensemble and choral union still in 
the air, another kind of entertainment came 
along — Jimmy Carras, world-famous billiards 
champion, and Al Capp, writer of "L'il 
Abner." Then the Greeks spruced up their 
houses for their special guests, the foreign 
students, during International Week. The 
students also held a Foreign Food Sampler. 
Ever had pumpkin hash? 









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In a Homecoming stadium dotted with 
yellow mums, Kentucky tied WVU. Skip 
Shahan pranced in front of the band which 
surrounded Queen Nancy Huff and her court at 
half time. Garrett Ford and Chuck Kinder broke 
WVU records, and first place in the float 
contest went to Delta Gamma, Phi Kappa Psi, 
and Theta Chi. Dormay won in their division. 
The crowds stood in respectful silence to the 
late Harry Stansbury, WW's former athletic 
director, who made the stadium possible. 



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Recently acquired by WVU , the Country 
Club adds to the growing complex on the 
Evansdale campus. The Medical Center, 
housing dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and 
nursing, even has rooms of monkeys, rats, and 
mice for research purposes. Its newness 
contrasts with the traditional Woodburn Circle, 
as seen from the "Hill." 







TOP; Joseph Goltz directs the Choral Union in Haydn's "Cre- 
ation." MIDDLE: "Blithe Spirit" starring Deanna Spring, 
Kathy Gonder, Bob Silberstein, Betsy Ross, Ann Christian. 
RIGHT: "Under Milkwood" with Joe Whited, Alma Bennett, 
Starlyn Bolyard, Gary Ford, David Hardin. 



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Each week brought some kind of 
performance to the campus, whether it was 
student-created from the University Theatre or 
the division of music. Nationally-known groups 
made their appearance, such as the New 
Society Singers and the Four Freshmen. 
Another regular musical performance — the 
restoration of the Woodburn Clock, tolling 
every half hour. 




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Sometimes Oranges flourish better on a chilly West 
Virginia Mountaineer Weekend than down south, as the 
Syracuse team proved. But co-eds brought out colorful old 
dresses anyway, and the Tri Deltas joined the Phi Kappa 
Sigmas in winning the house decorations awards. The Tri 
Deltas also won the trophy for the most girls in costume. 
The Forestry Club took the logsawing contest and the 
women battled it out in the annual powder puff football 
game. 

As the first semester drew toward finals, there was one 
bright spot: David Hardesty became the 16th WVU 
student to be named a Rhodes Scholar. Others: Charles 
Brooke, '01 ; Robert Strickler, '07; Thomas Hardman, '14; 
Van Gilson, '12; Julian Hagen, '16; Rexford Hersey, '16; 
Fred Smith, '17; John Wood, '27; John Phillips, '28; 
Charles Sleeth, '33; Guy Farmer, '34; Ford Battles, '36; 
Jack Justice, '52; Richard Stewart, '55; Roger Tompkins, 
'58. 





Homework was abandoned as 
rush activities heightened. Song 
sessions and skit practice ended in 
the climax of tears of joy on 
pledging day. The men didn't cry, 
but warmly shook hands and 
welcomed the new brothers into the 
fold. 








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The big snowfall postponed the gala 100th 
Anniversary dinner for a week, but students 
still found their way to two notable 
concerts — Jacob Zak, concert pianist, and the 
Kingston Trio, making one of their final 
appearances before announcing their 
disbandment. 




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Cutting WVLTs birthday cake are Governor Hulett Smith. University acting president Harry 
Heflin. and Congressman Arch Moore, a WVU 1948 graduate. 




AT THE HEAD TABLE: Jack 
Canfield, administrative assist- 
ant for Gov. Smith, former 
University president Irvin 
Stewart, former Gov. Wally 
Barron, former Gov. Okey Pat- 
teson. 





Thomas White, president of the Alumni 
Association, called her a "Grand Old Lady" 
and the packed ballroom of the Hotel Morgan 
sang happy birthday to WVU a century and a 
week after she was set up by the state 
legislature. University graduate Congressman 
Arch Moore in his keynote address felt that 
state education could be enhanced further by a 
higher income tax, with a larger portion 
earmarked for educational purposes. 




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With mid-semester slipping by, the posters went up 
heralding the arrival of campus elections. Computer results 
out by 10 p.m. showed James Mullendore of Morgantown 
the new president of student administration. A member of 
All-Campus Party, he found his vice-president to be Mary 
Kaye Staggers of Keyser, a member of Student Party. 
Parties generally split through executive council, but ACP 
gained a firm footing in legislature. ACP's campaign 
climaxed in a rally-dance at Twin Towers, and the two 
parties fought a clean and vigorous campaign, helped by 
the fact that another presidential candidate ran 
independently, pulling over 400 votes. 




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OLYMPIA VICTORY PARTY: Jim Arnold, re-elected to legislature with the highest votes 
of over 1000; Jim Mullendore, Corky Foster, "Mully's" campaign manager. 




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FIRST ANNUAL FACULTY HONORS CONVOCATION 




Maurice Brooks, wildlife management 

Wesley Bagby, history 

Earl Core, biology 

Edmund Flink, medicine 

Ruel Foster, American literature 

Carl Erasure, political science 



Virgil Lilly, physiology 

George McLaren, animal nutrition 

Clark Sleeth, medicine 

Irvin Stewart, political science 

Robert Stillwell, languages 

John Williams, politici.1 science 



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Debbie Anderson 
Dean Bahrman 
William Barnhart 
James Barone 
George Bartlett 
Marilyn Beachy 
Howard Bean 
Rick Becker 
Tory Behar 
John Belcastro 
Pat Boso 
David Brown 
Susan Brown 
John Carter 
Bettijane Christopher 
John Clay 
Jean Clonch 
Barbara Conway 
Richard Criser 
Steve Crislip 
Cathy Curry 
Diane Cyphert 
David DeCarlo 
Roger Durham 
Charles Ehler 
John Esposito 
Jim Pagan 
James Falvo 
Steve Feaster 
Bob Foglesong 
Ken Fonville 
Garrett Ford 
Richard Fortner 
Roseann Fortner 
Pat Fragile 
Tim Hanley 
James Gabriel 
John Gray 
Carol Haddock 
Tim Hanley 
David Hardesty 
Max Harned 
Marion Harris 
Carl Hatfield 
Cindi Heald 
Royce Heiskell 
Mary Lou Hervol 
Suzanne Hiles 
Rick Hitt 
Bill Hopper 
H. K. Hopps 
Jim Huntsman 
Margaret Jemison 
Susan Johnson 
Jane Jones 
Vacelia Karnoupakis 
Chuck Kinder 
John Klemm 
Ann Lehman 
Paul Litwin 
Suzanne McAdams 
James McLaughlin 
Faith Mace 
Chuck Mann 
Judy Martin 




FIRST ANNUAL STUDENT HONORS CONVOCATION 



Sarah Ruth Meek 
Tom Messmore 
Cynthia Miller 
Paula Miller 
Victoria Nickell 
Mark Parnientier 
Beth Pancake 
David Pell 
Ruthellen Phillips 
Donald Pierce 
Karen Postellon 
Barbara Powell 



Tona Renforth 
Colleen Riordan 
Merideth Robb 
James Robins 
Diane Sayre 
Sue Serenella 
Ann Shale 
Margaret Shockey 
Vicki Shumate 
Mary Kaye Staggers 
John Stewart 
John Straub 



Sheila Sullivan 
Michael Superfesky 
Paul Taylor 
Catherine Thomas 
Polly Thomas 
Ray Vine 
Ron Williams 
Francis Wilson 
Sara Wilson 
Jeff Windholz 
Larry Winter 
John Worden 





The 100th Anniversary year 
continued to bring special 
symposiums and speakers 
throughout the year. The Creative 
Arts Center presented Mozart's 
opera, "Marriage of Figaro" and 
Cole Porter's "Kiss Me Kate." The 
debate team finished an outstanding 
year by winning a decision over a 
British team. 



Appalachian author Jesse Stuart with Prof. Ruel Foster, English. 



Brig. Gen. Earl Anderson, WVU '40. 



Prof. Don Bond talks with author Arthur Schlesinger 
before his lecture. 





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"And they shall have music . . ."An 
obliging member of the audience helped April 
Stevens sing, while the Righteous Brothers, 
International Night, and Towers Benefit Show 
for Servicemen added to campus 
entertainment. The University Singers and 
orchestra continually gave fine performances 
throughout the year. 




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Where does the student find himself? 
Coming upon a truth in a textbook, or a 
revelation in the classroom, or the 
companionship of a card game, or learning 
about the other half of the world, or carrying 
out the miscellaneous chores that take him to 
Moore Hall or the bookstore. Or he can add to 
the shouting as SDS takes the stump to tell us 
what's wrong. Adding all of these elements 
together — education, people, world 
affairs — the student hopes to form his own 
philosophy of life, and tries to find at least part 
of it here at WVU , which in turn, finds itself at 
the beginning of a second century. 




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The 98th Commencement saw over 2000 
degrees awarded. Honorary Doctor of Laws 
degrees went to Robert Byrd and Jennings 
Randolph, U.S. Senators, and Lloyd Elliott, 
WVU '39, now president of George Washington 
University. And though many left WVU after 
graduation, one who arrived was the new 
University president — Dr. James Harlow, dean 
of the College of Education at the University of 
Oklahoma, Phi Beta Kappa, and author of 
mathematics and science textbooks. Tomorrow 
would mean another day of classes for those 
left behind, but tomorrow meant, in a larger 
sense, a long-awaited career for the Class of 
1967, a concrete representation of the dreams 
and ideals begun a century ago. 




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STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 

CHARLESTON 2530S 



HULETT C. Smith 



MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR 



The MONTICOLA graphically and effectively 
illustrates the life, the vigor, the progress of 
West Virginia University. 

This issue, with its theme centered on the 
University's centennial, portrays the activities 
and achievements that have made this a great 
centennial year. 

It also illustrates the spirit that has enabled 
West Virginia University to grow and become a great 
institution of higher learning that enjoys the full 
support and interest of its alumni. 

Even at this writing, the progress continues. 
It moves toward a second century that is limited 
only by our imaginations. 

May it be as rewarding and productive as WVU's 
first 100 years. 

Sincerely, 



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HULETT C. SMITH 
GOVERNOR 



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board of governors 

Thomas L. Harris, Parkersburg 

Ralph J. Bean, Moorefield, president 

A. B.C. Bray, Logan, immediate past president 

Mrs. Gilbert Bachman, Wheehng, secretary 

Charles Wise, Charleston 

Pat Hamilton, Oak Hill 

Forrest Kirkpatrick, Wheeling 

Harry B. Heflin, University acting president 

NOT PICTURED 

K. Douglas Bowers, Beckley, vice-president 
James H. Swadley, Keyser 



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Alexander Martin, 1867-1865 




John R. Thompson, 1877-1881 



THE FilST PEESIDENTS 

are led by the Rev. Alexander Martin, who was chosen 
by the University's Board of Visitors to be the first 
president at a salary of $1600. A native of Scotland, 
Martin occupied Methodist pulpits around the state 
and married Caroline Hursey, daughter of a leader in 
the formation of separate statehood. During the Civil 
War, Martin worked in hospitals and, according to 
historian Charles Ambler, was "the most influential 
non-legislator" for the 1 863 public schools act. Martin 
was also influential in determining the location of the 
University at Morgantown. Under him. University Hall 
(now Martin Hall) was built for $22,500. But after 
1870, the faculty became divided over viewpoints on 
discipline and curricula. The Panic of 1873 began to 
reduce college enrollment, and Martin was relieved of 
his duties in 1875. He then became president of 
Asbury College, later DePauw University, in Indiana, 
where he died in 1 893. 

The Rev. John W. Scott, a Presbyterian minister, 
was acting president until the election of the Rev. John 
R. Thompson by the Board of Regents (formerly 
Board of Visitors) in 1877. He was 25 years old. By 
1879, enrollment had increased to 177 and the public 
liked the enthusiastic new administration. But others 
still pressed for different forms of curricula and 
administration, and Thompson resigned in 1881. 

Daniel B. Purinton served as acting president during 
the next two years while the regents remained 



undecided. In 1882, William L. Wilson, a former 
Confederate and Jefferson County lawyer, became the 
third regular president at $2500. He was president for 
14 days when he accepted the Democratic nomination 
for Congress. Wilson later rose to prominence as 
chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee 
and as Postmaster General under Cleveland. 

For the next two years. Prof. R. C. Berkeley 
handled administrative duties as chairman of the 
faculty. In 1885, the regents elected Eli Marsh Turner 
of Clarksburg to the presidency. Under him, 
enrollment increased with the adoption of free tuition 
and co-education in 1889. Four buildings were erected. 
But in a disagreement over the powers of the regents 
and his oflice. Turner was released in 1893. 

P. B. Reynolds took over the oflfice for the following 
two years. A former president of Buckner College in 
Arkansas, the University vice-president directed an 
expanding faculty and curricula. But Reynolds' 
interests centered on teaching, and in 1 895, the Rev. 
Dr. James Goodknight was elected. 

A graduate of Union Theological Seminary, he had 
also studied in Europe. He reorganized the courses of 
study into four colleges presided over by deans, 
expanded the social program and built dormitories. But 
he was unwilling to cope with other problems and was 
dismissed by the regents on August 9, 1897. 



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William L. Wilson, 1882-1883 




Robert C. Berkeley, chairman of the 
faculty. 1883-1885 



Eli Marsh Turner, 1885-1893 




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Powell B. Reynolds, 
acting, 1893-1895 



James L. Goodknight, 1895-1897 






Jerome H. Raymond, 1X97-1901 



Daniel B. Purinton, 1901-1911 





Thomas E. Hodges. 1911-1914 



Frank B. Trotter, 1914-1928 




Jerome Raymond, former professor at the University 
of Wisconsin, took over the presidency in 1897. New 
Curricula were begun in many areas such as history, 
music, and the social sciences. A movement was made 
toward establishing a medical college, and under firm 
administration, student life progressed smoothly. But 
heated criticism rose against Raymond from many 
sources, and a state legislative investigating committee 
recommended his removal in 1901. 



John R. Turner. 1928-1934 



Dr. P. B. Reynolds again served as acting president 
until Daniel B. Purinton's election in 1901 at $4000. 
Having a reputation for conservatism, Purinton tried to 
promote economy during his administration. A building 
program went forward with five additions. A 
University Council was formed but could be overruled 
by a presidential veto. But Purinton could not handle 
other needs for changes and resigned in 1910, going 
back to teaching philosophy. 

Prof. Alex R. Whitehill, University bursar, was 
acting president until Thomas E. Hodges was named to 
the office with a raise to $5000. He was an athletic 
enthusiast and highly popular with the students. His 
inauguration featured an address by President William 
Howard Taft. Enrollment rose, social life expanded, 
students were represented on the athletic council. But 
the physical growth of the campus was slow amidst 
new demands. In 1914 Hodges was nominated for 
Congress and resigned. 

Dean Frank B. Trotter, Arts and Sciences, was 
named acting president. Having done graduate work at 
Harvard, Trotter was a professor of Latin. He worked 
closely with his brother James, state superintendent of 
schools. University regent, and law professor. In 1916, 
Trotter was named president. The 50th anniversary 
was duly celebrated in a time of planning for a million 
dollar physical expansion. 

When Marshall University (then College) was 



strong enough to be recognized, the state split into 
opposing camps, and Trotter wanted out. 

He was succeeded by John R. Turner in 1928. With 
an impressive background as a professor at Cornell and 
Princeton, chief economist of the U.S. Tariff 
Commission, and author. Turner came to WVU with a 
cousin already here — Harry Stansbury, director of 
athletics. Plans were made for a medical college and 
graduate school but when Turner actively entered the 
Republican scene, he was dismissed by the Board of 
Governors (formerly the regents) in 1934. 

Dr. Robert Armstrong, former head of the English 
department, was acting president until Dr. Chauncey S. 
Boucher was brought from the University of Chicago 
in 1935. 

With the University senate and council of 
administration in working order, student affairs were 
better organized. Other improvements were made in 
physical expansion, but controversy over the handling 
of athletics and ill health forced Boucher to resign in 
1938. 

Charles Lawall, former research chemist with 
Bethlehem Steel and director of the School of Mines, 
replaced Boucher. The School of Journalism, Terrace 
Hall and the health center became realities. Lawall 
resigned after six years and became vice-president of 
the C & O Railroad. Today he remains our oldest 
living WVU president. 



Chauncey S. Boucher, 1935-1938 



Charles Lawall, 1938-1945 





When Irvin Stewart came in the summer of 1946, he brought a formidable 
background of accomplishments — the vice-chairmanship of the FCC, a 
directorship with the National Research Council. During his 12-year term, the 
WVU Foundation was created, and property in Evansdale was acquired. This last 
accomplishment literally paved the way for the new buildings of the Medical 
Center, the College of Engineering and the College of Agriculture and Forestry. 
Fees were enacted in 1955 in tuition to build up funds for a new student union 
building. Stewart resigned in 1958 to return to civil service to help direct the 
Telstar development. Clyde Colson served as acting president until Elvis J. Stahr 
came from his assistantship to the Secretary of the Army to serve from 1958 to 
1961, when he returned to Washington as Kennedy's appointee for Secretary of the 
Army. During his term, the Medical Center continued its growth and the 
University Hospital opened in 1960. The next year saw the opening of the 
Parkersburg Center. He is now president of Indiana University at Bloomington. 
Paul Miller, WVU '39, returned to Morgantown as its new president in 1962 until 
his resignation in 1966 to begin duties as assistant secretary of Health, Education, 
and Welfare. During his presidency, the Evansdale campus further expanded to 
include the Twin Towers dormitories, while other private dormitory expansion was 
going on at the Main Campus. Enrollment passed the 10,000 mark, and the 
President's House was given over to office space while the new residence was 
established at Evansdale. 




Irvin Stewart, 1946-1958 



Elvis Stahr, 1959-1961 



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While the Board of Governors consider applications as a successor to Miller, the 
acting president is Harry B. Heflin, who has been with WVU as vice-president for 
administration and finance. In his year in the office, Heflin has presided over the 
100th Anniversary celebrations and seen approval of final designs for the Field 
House, while construction has progressed for the Mountainlair and Creative Arts 
Center. Heflin is held in high esteem by the student body, as evidenced by bills 
passed by both the student legislature and the leadership conference asking that he 
be named to the presidency. 




Paul Miller, 1961-1966 



Harry Heflin, acting, 1966 — 



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Robert A. Robards, Director of Housing 



Stanley O. Ikenberry, Dean, College of Human Resources and Education 




Chester A. Arents, Dean, College of Engineering 



Betty Boyd, Dean of Women; Residence Hall Programs 




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Vergil Clark, Director, Physical Plant 



Ernest L. Jones, Director, Computer Center 





William H. McMillion, University Comptroller 



Neil E. Bolyard, Coordinator, Scholarships and Veteran 
Affairs 



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Carl M. Frasure, Dean. College of Arts and Sciences 
Paul L. Selby, Dean, College of Law 




R. O. Bachmann, Dean, School of Pharmacy 




Robert N. Brown. Director, Intercollegiate Athletics 




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Thomas C. Campbell, Jr., Dean. College of Commerce Richard E. Duncan. Dean and Director, Creative Arts Center 

Quintus C. Wilson, Dean, School of Journalism 





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Col. Chaz M. Holland, Division of Aerospace Studies 



Col. Edwin W. Reynolds, 
Division of Military Science 





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Kenneth V. Randolph, Dean, School of Dentistry 



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Charles T. Holland, Dean, School of Mines 



Dorothy M. Major, Dean, School of Nursing 





Robert S. Dunbar Jr., 

Dean, College of Agriculture and Forestry 



Clark K. Sleeth, Dean, School of Medicine 





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Mary-Jane Schuster, Assistant Dean of Women, with AWS 
executive Faith Mace. 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL: Ray O. Duncan, chairman: Kermit member; Robert N. Brown, executive officer. FRONT; Tony 

A. Cook, professor of education; George W. Weaver, engineer- Hylton, student member; W. Lyle Jones, akmini member, 

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Gordon R. Thorn, Assistant Director, Student 
Educational Services for Financial Aids 



Earl R. Boggs, Director of Admissions 




Ernest J. Nesius, 

Vice-President, Appalachian Center 



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Joseph C. Gluck, Associate Director, Student Educational Services 





James F. Carruth, Assistant Director, Student Educational Services for Student Counselling Services 



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Robert F. Munn. Director, Libraries; Acting Provost, Acting 
Dean, Graduate School 



John i. Lawless, Director, Student Health Service 




William P. Criswell, Director, News and Information Services 




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David W. Jacobs, Executive Secretary, 
Alumni Association 



Eugene L. Staples, Director. 
University Hospital 



Robert F. McWhorter. Director, 
Mountainlair 





Gregory C. Van Camp, Director, Radio, Television and Motion Pictures 



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Ruth E. Robinson. 

Manager, University Bookstore 




M. Cornelia Ladwig, Assistant Director, Stu- 
dent Educational Services for Placement 





James V. Watkins, Assistant Director, 
Student Educational Services for Stu- 
dent Programs 




Donovan H, Bond. Executive Director. lOUth Anniversary Office 



Julian W. Martin. Assistant Director, bliiUcnl 
Educational Services for Foreign Students 



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PAST OHGANIZAlieKS 



in the 1 890's centered around the Columbian and 
Parthenon literary societies, which offered intellectual 
and social enjoyment. Gradually, though, the societies 
declined. The cause was traced to athletics, Greek 
letter fraternities, and a growth of interest in the 
department of oratory and dramatics. 

Other interests turned early in WVU history toward 
publications. The Athenaeum first appeared November 
3, 1 887. The literary societies refused to sponsor it 
because of the financing involved, but under the 
editorship of Brown and Stoetzer, the newspaper 
gained firm ground and has appeared as the familiar 
DA ever since. However, magazines have never been 
successful at WVU. The literary magazine, 
Monongalian, lasting from 1902-1914, emphasized the 
historical character of the University. The Moonshine, 
first appearing in 1921 , turned to obscenity and was 
discontinued. In 1965, the Daily Apathetic, a satirical 
scandal sheet, never got past the first issue. The same 
fate was the outcome for The Old Wazoo, a bawdy 
humor magazine which appeared last year. Other 
attempts to begin magazines over the years have never 
met with firm sponsorship, University or private, nor 



interest by the students. 

The student annual, Monticola, was established in 
1896. Going into immediate financial trouble, it did 
not appear for the next two years. After the turn of the 
century, it picked up again, and, published by the 
junior class, it appeared regularly until after World 
War II. In 1954, largely due to the efforts of Dr. 
Patrick Gainer, an English professor, it came back and 
has been an independent entity under his advisership 
ever since. Its finances became so firm that it was able 
to give $5000 to the University for scholarships. 

As clubs formed, they affiliated nationally as 
professional societies. Class honoraries grew in 
prestige, and other interest groups were organized for 
dancing, religion, politics and many other areas. There 
are now 140 groups and new additions appear every 
year. 

The goals, achievements, and interests of WVU 
students over the years have only changed to reflect the 
society with which the students involve themselves. The 
Computer Science Club is as strange to 1900 as the 
Women's Suffrage League is to 1967. 



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Army Cadet Band. 1931 




Retejos Tichancas, 1908 




Cast foT Richard III. 1891 



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Columbian Literary Society, 1895 




Engineering Society, 1899 



Army ROTC Band and Sponsor, 1938 





Banjo, Guitar and Mandolin Club. 1895 





Women's Suffrage League, 1920 



Debate Team, 1907 




Army ROTC Sponsors, 1931 



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Mountain, 1912 




Campfire Girls of America, 1917 



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Members of the Pool Forte (Eating Club), 1893 




Parthenon Literary Society. 1901 




YMCA. 1901 



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mortar board 

Girls are made of sugar and spice and 
everything nice. However, when one adds 
to this recipe scholarship, leadership, 
service and loyalty, the finished product 
is a member of Mortar Board, senior 
women's scholastic honorary, founded 
in 1925. Their activities include a mum 
sale, freshman scholastic awards, and 
cultural trips. 



ROW I: Paula Miller. Ann Lehman, Royce Heiskell. Susan Brown. 
Jean Clonch. ROW 2: Rosanne White, Tona Renforth, Debbie An- 
derson, president: Vicki Shumate. Tori Behar. ROW 3: Diane Sayre. 



treasurer: Karen Postellon, Shelia Sullivan, Vacelia Karnoupakis, 
secretary: Jane Jones, vice-president: Anne McClure. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Roger Durham, Jerry Gianoiitsos, Harvey Rog- 
ers. Wayne Schleicher. Charles Matheny, Pat Cipriani. Robert Mont- 
gomery, David Hardesty. Jr., Tom Messmore. scribe: Dean Bahrman. 



Max Howard, James Falvo. James Barone, emperor. SITTING: Cole- 
man Conrad, James Cagey. 



Sphinx 



An enigmatic monster having a lion's 
body, wings, and the head and bust of a 
woman was the description of a Sphinx 
in ancient Greek mythology. But on the 
University campus. Sphinx is the symbol 
representing the senior men's honorary, 
whose members possess the qualities of 
leadership, character, scholarship and 
service. They present the Smith-Cobum 
Plaque to the freshman with the highest 
average, and certificates of merit to the 
next ten highest. They were founded in 
1909. 



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chimes 

Across the campus, this junior women's honorary 
rings out its loyalty to West Virginia University. This 
honorary was established in 1948 when Rhododendron, 
the then-existing junior women's honorary, became 
affiliated with Chimes, the national honorary. 

Members give their service and leadership to the 
advancement of university interests, welfare, and unity. 
They stimulate scholarship and sponsor cultural trips, 
discussions with guest speakers, and the Chimes Loan 
Fund for women students in financial need. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Shockey, Margaret Saville, Sherry 
Fultz, Kathleen Pelkey. vice-piesidenl; Gayle Nelson, Cheryl Reeves, 
Sharon Poe, Paula Schepp, Charlene Karsner, president: Barbara 



Beavers, secretary; Colleen D'Orazio, Suzanne McAdam, Leslie 
Straub, Ellen Fisher, treasurer. 




order of the grail 



SEATED: William Hopper, David Sarver, James Ashworth, Joe 
Oliver, president: Samuel Swallow, vice-president. STANDING: Ste- 
phen Taylor, John Bellotte, Richard Vickers, treasurer: Todd Town- 
send, Ojars Skujins, Garry Hess, secretary; Roy James, Yenoin Guib- 
bory. 



Just as the knights in the days of King Arthur 
searched for the Holy Grail, the members of the junior 
men's honorary carry on a never ending quest for the 
attainment and appHcation of knowledge. Founded in 
1961, it is distinguished among the honoraries in that 
its members are selected solely on the basis of 
scholarship. Throughout the year, speakers were heard 
at informal meetings and coffee hours. 




ROW I: Larry Starcher, summit: Chuck Kinder, Tony Hylton, Bill 
Hopper. John Esposito, Jay Buckalew, cache: Ed Balog. Larry Win- 
ter. ROW 2: Tim Hanley, Jim Pagan, John Fisher, Jim Cooper, 
Steve Feaster, Marshall Jarrett, trail: Dean Bahrman, Jim Suttle, 
Dave Smith, Bob Bush, Chuck Mann, Bob Foglesong, Wayne 
Schleicher. 



mountain 

This upperclass men's honorary projects 
conspicuously above the West Virginia University 
campus by carrying out the spirit of the Mountaineer 
and by being of service to both school and state. 
Members are selected on the basis of scholarship, 
leadership, and service. 

The Mountaineer, who serves as a living symbol of 
the University at sports events, is selected by this 
honorary. This honorary, founded in 1904, sponsors 
the Homecoming Dance, the Traditional Mush and 
Milk Banquet, and the Spring Banquet to which former 
members are invited. 



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li-toon-awa 

Li-Toon-Awa takes its name from the Indian name 
for friendship, and its members pledge themselves to 
helping freshman feel at home on the University 
campus. Members of this sophomore women's 
honorary, founded in 1927, are selected on the basis of 
scholarship, service, and character. Included in their 
calendar are cultural trips, parties with Helvetia and a 
sophomore loan fund drive. 



LEFT ARROW: Linda Hummel, Betsy Burmeister, Beverly Wilson, 
Kitty Kayrl Link, Becky Clise, Mary Morris, Sally Cox, president: 
Carolyn McCue, Judy Shoup, secretary; Donna Jeanne Baisden. 
RIGHT ARROW: Marie Mohr, Sue Serenella, cultural chairman: 



Sally Hammes, Evie Pakas, vice-president: Martha Johnson, social 
chairman: Robin Goad. Marcy Reid, Nancy Evans, Jamie Robinson, 
treasurer: Patti Hatfield, publicity chairman. Absent: Candy Peck, 
Andrea Davisson, Jane Beerbower. 




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ROW I: Allen Hott, president; Buck Davis, treasurer; John Bene- 
dum, vice-president; Wade McCIure, secretary. ROW 2: Randy Nel- 
son, Even Pokomey, Rick Cavallaro, Raymond Frere. ROW 3: John 
Stansbury, Don Pierce, Kent Thrush. ROW 4; Pat McCoy, Jim 



Loyd, Dr. Harold E. Kidder, adviser; Ivan Schwab, Robert Martin. 
ROW 5: George Oberlick, Wayne Hildebrand, Joe Robinson, Burr 
Hatfield, William Brown, Bill Piper. 



Helvetia 

Helvetia is the Swiss word for their own native 
country whose mountains so resemble those of West 
Virginia. Members of this sophomore men's honorary, 
founded in 1955, are chosen at the end of their 
freshman year on the basis of scholarship, leadership 
and service. Throughout the year, members assist in 
raising money for the 9-1 matching loan fund, 
co-sponsor a dance with Li-Toon-Awa and advise 
freshman projects. 



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fi batar cappar 

"Shame on you, boost West Virginia", is what Fi 
Batar Cappar, men's mock honorary, encourages the 
student body to do. These men in their colorful 
bathrobes and canes have been successful in lifting the 
enthusiasm of the crowd at various sports events. Their 
bold spirit forms an integral and essential part of 
campus life at West Virginia University. 

Their special projects include collecting paperback 
books for soldiers in Vietnam and awarding trophies 
for prize-winning floats in the Homecoming Parade. 
Founded in 1914, they add zest to college life. 




ROW 1: Butch Bell, Jack Light, Jack Cipoletti, Criss Beall, Bill 
Brodisl, Bob McCoy. Jeff George, Lou Garvin, Larry Sheets, Ernie 
Hays. ROW 2: Jim Hildreth, Mike Dawson, Ray Lane, Bill Camp- 
bell, Ray O'Neil, Leonard Mayer, Tom Hawse, Boo Farley, Gene 
Ayers, Jim Rowley. ROW 3: Danny Smith, John Stewart, K oj B: 



Buzz Kessel, Tony Hylton, Gene Zappa, Rocky Hughes, Doug Shale. 
ULHCP; Butch Lewis, Poke Beall, Vaughn Kiger, Alan McClellan, 
Ernie Smith, Steve Walker. ROW 4: Charlie Leonard, Don Rees, 
Clair Hawkins, pledge master: Arky Moore, Doc Carter. 



ROW 1: Wayne Thompson, Jr.. corresponding secretary; Anthony 
BolHno. recording secretary: Philip Guseman. Jr.. first vice-president: 
John Spears, president: John Listen, second vice-president: John 



Clay, treasurer: John Nevins. ROW 2: Ralph Sigman. Jr., Dale 
Steager, Harvey McCallister, Jack Adams, Jr., Dan Blosser, Douglas 
Ritchey, Carl Hoge. Rodney Loyd. 




alpha phi omega 

Spreading the spirit of fellowship and leadership on 
the University campus is a king-size job for any 
organization. The men of Alpha Phi Omega, national 
service fraternity founded in 1955, have accomplished 
this. They usher at the various cultural events, work 
with the Red Cross Blood Mobile, and have created a 
library for the blind. Although a service organization, 
members enjoy a social side consisting of barbeques, 
touch football and basketball games, and the annual 
Alumni Banquet. 



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student 
administration 

The efforts of the students and their 
organizations at West Virginia University 
are effectively coordinated through the 
Student Administration. With a guiding 
philosophy of service and education. 
Student Administration involved 
hundreds of students during the 1966-67 
school year. 

The various orientation programs for 
freshmen, foreign, and transfer students; 
leadership conferences; faculty student 
committees; the dynamic Festival of 
Ideas; and Homecoming were all 
coordinated by Student Administration. 

Student Legislature, the Cabinet, the 
Academic Study Committee, the 
Executive Council, and the Code of 
Conduct all work with students, faculty, 
and administrators to administer to the 
needs of the students. 

Student Administration has evolved 
over the decades into the representative 
arm and servant of the Student Body of 
West Virginia University. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— ROW 1: Chuck Mann, senior 
class president: Sarah Ruth Meek, student body vice-president: 
David Hardesty, student body president: Roger Durham, stu- 
dent body treasurer; Vicki Shumate, senior class vice-president. 
ROW 2: Suzanne Hiles. freshman vice-president: Steve Crislip, 



freshman class president: Mary Kaye Staggers, junior class vice- 
president; William F. Hopper, junior class president; Cathy 
Curry, sophomore class vice-president; Richard E. Hitt, sopho- 
more class president. 



Committee Coordinators; 
Carolyn Sorrento, 

public relations 
Lola Sizemore, 

junior executive conference 
Sue Serenella, 

freshmen traditions 
Raymond Vine 

student leadership conference 
Paula Schepp 

centennial coordinator 




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academic study forum 




John Stewart, Barbara Hood. Gary Smith, William Hopper, Becky Singleton, Randy 
McCutcheon, Sharon O'Conner, Jim Harnet, Judy Martin. 




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code of conduct 



Pat Edgell, Chuck Mann, Dick Penrod, Doc 
Carter, Tom Bennett, Patti Hatfield. 



The cabinet confers with University vice-president Harry Heflin. 




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student legislature 



PARTY LEADERS— Jim Arnold, All-Campus 
Parly: Rick Brown, Student Party. 



SPEAKER OF LEGISLATURE— Jody Deem. 




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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — Faith Mace, vice-president of judicial council: Margaret Jemison, 
secretary; Ann Lehman, president; Sandy Conaway, vice-president of activities council; Sara 
Wilson, treasurer. 




associated 
women students 

Associated Women Students is the 
women's governing body on campus, 
founded in 1913. The Judiciary Council 
coordinates rules and standards of 
behavior in living units and on campus. 
The Activities Council plans, 
coordinates, and evaluates overall AWS 
programming, appoints coordinators, and 
selects committees. It is the enthusiasm 
and ideas of University co-eds which 
determine the success or failure of AWS. 

AWS is nationally affiliated with the 
Intercollegiate Association of Women 
Students. The national I AWS convention 
was held at West Virginia University in 
the spring. "Values-Morals or Masks?" 
was the convention theme. Nationally- 
known speakers addressed about 1,000 
outstanding college women from all over 
the United States. 




COURT OF APPEALS— Bt^cil) 
Linda Griffith, Cynthia Johanson. 



Elaine Bizub, Barbara Powell, 



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NATIONAL CONVENTION COMMITTEE— Debbie 

Anderson. National Convention Chairman: Ann Leh- 
man, ex-officio; Sara Wilson, Vicki Shumate, Lynne 
Gardner. Wendy Myers, Susan Brown. 



JUDICIARY BOARD— Cheryl Chris, Woman's Hall: 
Kathy Robinson, Boreman Hall: Lynne Gardner, Arnold 
Hall: Pat Cahill. Twin Towers: Sherrie Calcott. West- 
chester Hall: Carolyn McCue. Terrace Hall. 









POLICY BOARD REPRESENTATIVES— Paula May, panhellenic; 
Susan Harmon, TAC. 



ACTIVITIES— Susan Hurst, Woman's Hall: Sandy 
Conaway, chaintian; Susan Anderson, panhellenic: 
Becky Clise, Arnold Hall: Deborah Harnish, Westches- 
ter Hall: Karen Lyn Evans, Twin Towers: Peggy Feath- 
erston, Borenian Hall: Judy Martin, Terrace Hall. 




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Rosemary Dunbar. Sandy Englebright, Susan Lambert, first semester campus editors. 



Polly Thomas, associate editor; Ken Eigen 
brod, advertising; Jeff Windholz, managing edi 
tor. 






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Marge Stock, John Moore, Brenda Bucklew, 
first semester news editors. 






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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Beverly Yoak, puhlic relations coordinator; Marion Harris, presi- 
denl; Denny Godfrey, vice-president; Karen Schultz, secretary. 



mountainlair 

Within the college campus are found individuals from different backgrounds and 
varied fields of study. Mountainlair brings together students with similar interests. 
Even though college days are a time to increase knowledge and education, one still 
needs some relaxation of mind and body. Mountainlair provides programs for all 
interests — social, athletic, artistic, intellectual, and cultural. There are receptions 
for visiting dignitaries and foreign students or the Travel Adventure Series to take 
you abroad. Lessons in chess, bridge or bowling can turn aspiring players into 
experts. For the student interested in learning and exploring, there's skiing, scuba 
diving or spending a week-end in the great outdoors. The Lair movies provide one 
with opportunities to catch up on a popular movie that might have been missed. 
The facilities for student participation will be greatly increased with the completion 
of the new student union in the fall of 1967. 



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Sara Wilson, films 



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SEATED: Craig Selby, Jim Bowe, Diifce Duncan. Randy Har- 
ris, secretary-treasurer: Mike Agrippe, president: Bob Lear. 
vice-president: T. Richard Penrod, Robert Shaffer. Dennis 
Paugh. STANDING: David Wiley, assistant adviser: Charles 

alpha delta sigma 

Though one of the newer campus organizations, this 
professional advertising fraternity, founded in 1964, 
has already taken steps to bridge the gap between 
college and business. The chapter sponsors field trips to 
advertising agencies and arranges for discussion groups 
with professional people. Alpha Delta Sigma also 
selects "West Virginia's Advertising Man of the Year" 
from among the professionals in the state. 

ROW 1 (sitting on floor): Patti Hatfield, Diane Camp, Karen 
Long. ROW 2: Karen Anderson, Ruth Doolittle, Jean Holter, 
Ann De Vault, Sue Ferrando, secretary: Mary Ruth Bates, 
president: Linda Gabriel, treasurer: Marsha Young, vice-presi- 
dent: Sharon Harper, Carol Cunningham, Beth Ingraham, 



Beall, Cleo Myers, Jim Stultz, Sam Koontz, Robert Garlack. 
Bob Benfield, Robert Kent, Joe Byrd, Prof. Robert Summers. 
adviser: Ed Hefiin. Larry Steele. Steve Patton, Allen Duncil, Ed 
Thacker. Richard Carson, W. C. Bird. 



Alpha Delta Theta. founded in 1957, strives to 
promote the field of medical technology and to unite 
college women preparing for a career in this profession. 
To accomplish this, they sponsor a blood typing 
project, open house at the Medical Center, a Christmas 
Charity Service, the senior tea, and service awards. 

alpha delta theta 

Lynda Bell. ROW 3: Suzie Jamison, Veronica Dolovacky, 
Cheryl Young, Susan Brown, Cathy Meyer, Jean Paladino, 
Dorothy Hegner, Meredith Wilson, Marcy Reid. Laurie Stud- 
well. Jamie Larimer, Amy Tenney, Carole Calemine. 



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ROW 1: R. Wayne Gandee, William Hopper, Robert J. Lay- 
man, Anthony J. Bollino, president: David K. Sarver. ROW 2: 
Cathy Smith, scalpel reporter: Mary Belle Taylor, Linda 

alpha epsilon delta 

Medicine and dentistry are ever growing professions 
providing one with a chance to serve humanity. Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, founded in 193 1 , strives to stimulate pre- 
medical and pre-dental education, to stress the 
importance of professional dedication, and to 
strengthen the bonds among students with similar 
interests. They award a plaque to the sophomore 
medical student with the highest scholastic average in 
the spring. 



Palone, Dewey F. Bensenhaver. ROW 3: Williuni D. Barnharl, 
Evelyn Hearl, secretary; Rodney L. Hall. ROW 4; Van S. 
Coleman, Steven R. Smith, Tim Smith, Tom Condron. 



Our growing population depends on agriculture to 
provide a major part of its subsistence. Agriculture, 
like so many other sciences of this era, continues to 
broaden with the growth of the population. Alpha 
Zeta, founded in 1922, recognizes the academic 
achievement of those men interested in learning how to 
use agriculture both now and in the future. 



alpha zeta 



DOOR 1: Theodore Kokochak, Robert Dailey, Joe Petty, Wil- 
liam Paff, Walter Barrett, Robert Zepp, Jim Fearer. DOOR 2: 
Ronald Gilkeson, Max Harned, Charles Jacdo, Tom Charles, 



David Herr, Anthony Tomkowski. DOOR 3: John Winemiller, 
Frank Jernejeic, Chris Seidler, G. G. Pohlman, Charles 
Matheny, Thomas E. Sentz. 




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ROW 1; Douglas A. Shale, student chairman; Michael G. 
Gaich, treasurer: Richard E. Walters, faculty adviser; Barbara 
J. McKrenna. secretary; James R. Hess. Jr.; Victor E. Stud- 
well, Frank D. Wilkin, vice-president. ROW 2: Robert F. 
Maple, Greg S. Harness. ROW 3: Richard N. Schnacke. Ojars 

american institute of 
aeronautics and 
astronautics 

In the age of rockets, missiles and space travel, it is 
only natural for a student branch of the American 
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics to form an 
integral force on campus. Movies, group discussions 
and technical research paper presentations serve to 
enlighten members on the latest developments in Aero- 
Space Engineering. The group was founded in 1963. 



Carolyn GriflRn. 1st vice-president; Carolyn Sorrento, Father 
Edward Hofler, Beverly Bryant, Larry Spalek, president: Kay 
Mills, Pat Hoban. Ron Susa, treasurer; Paula Holden, 2nd vice- 




Skujins, Phillip S. Lynch, Nicholas Licausi, Roger Detrick, 
Ronald Pomeroy, Asa M. Hughes, Richard Shale. ROW 4: 
Paul G. Migliore. Francis C. Lymoumer, Gary W. Lyerla, 
Marc Parmentier. 



Members of the Newman Movement, founded in 
1906, strive to enlarge their vision of the 
commandment to love and to promote the growth of 
the apostolic responsibility in students stemming from 
their action in life. They are searching for human love 
and understanding in a world surmerged in the 
problems of civil rights, poverty, and peace. 

newman movement 



president; Mary Frances Hurley, 
Mankowski, Karen Durkin. 



recording secretary: Tina 





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SEATED: Lloyd P. Adams, sgl. at arms: Charlie Fisher, sec- 
retary; J. Michael Bodnar, president. STANDING: Russ New- 
man, Professor Luttrell, adviser: Russ Rader, Darwin Ringler, 



M. J. Superfesky, treasurer: John Knapik, Jr.; Ted Bryan, 
Richard Hoffmann, Tom E. Nicholson, Marv Masters. 



american society of 
civil engineers 

The American Society of Civil Engineers was 
established to bridge the gap between students and 
leaders in this field of engineering. Field trips to 
industries, lectures by leaders in civil engineering, and 
a faculty-student picnic round out the activities of the 
group, founded in 1 92 1 . 



Angel Flight fosters the development of interest in 
the armed forces among college women. Founded in 
1962,' the Angels sell programs at football games; act 
as hostesses for campus events; march in drill 
formation; and participate in the Aerospace Ball. 



angel flight 



ROW 1: Nancy Nelson, administrative officer: Shelly Audin, 
materials and liaison officer: Jo Ann Mathias, executive offi- 
cer: Sharon Poe. comptroller: Barbara Beavers, commander; 
Leslie Straub. information: Patti Lawn, pledge trainer: Beth 



Pancake, rush chairman. ROW 2: Ann Reeves, Marcia Puffen- 
berger, Susie Wells, Penny Colvin, Janice Baliker, Cindy Pel- 
legrin. ROW 3: Fran Geppert. Susan Canterbury. Jean Fowler, 
Carolyn McCue. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Randall Drazba, Darwin Ringler, William Hart- 
man. M. Patterson, Mike Superfesky. sccreiary: Dennis Chambers. 



James Hess, treasurer; Charlie Fisher, president; Michael Matsko, 
Michael Bodnar. Raymond Glover, vice-president. 



chi epsilon 



Scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability 
form the backbone of this civil engineering honor 
fraternity which was founded in 1944. Each pledge 
class is responsible for presenting pledge projects in the 
related fields. 



From Nigeria, Sweden, Switzerland, and Latin 
America, men and women come to the University. The 
Cosmopolitan Club, founded in 1913, tries to acquaint 
these international students with the American way of 
life and to acquaint Americans with other cultures. 



cosmopolitan club 



ROW 1: Jacquehne Frey. Phuchong Kanthatham, treasurer; Laurie 
Hunter, vice-president; Erico Wickert, president; Juliette Morgan, 
Khaled Barmada. Roy Stout. ROW 2: Jorge Torrejoh. Louis Banet, 
Susie Gaston, Ravi BaJil, Nekooi Rasool. Patricia Stockdale, 



Shahrokh Etebar, Mahmut Tuncel. ROW 3: Govind Chaudhari, 
Aloysius Shima Ikper. Viju Patel. Hemmat Safwat. Berta Bernard 
Lambert. Jr.. John Stevens, Ashok Patel, Krishna Kothari. 





dolphin 



For those interested in spending a lot 
of time in the water, in synchronized 
swimming and in water ballet, these are 
the activities of Dolphins, founded in 
1928. This coeducational group tries to 
increase campus interest and 
participation in swimming. They present 
the annual Water Pageant in the spring. 



Virginia Wood, president: Nancy Allen, vice-president: Becky Faulkiner, pageant chair- 
man: Ed Bice, treasurer: Sandi Engott, secretary: Frances Wilson, assistant pageant 
citairnuin: Mrs. Kay Gilson, adviser: Carol Fear, publicity chairman. 



BACK ROW: John Correy, Elizabeth Wetzel. Jenny Knight, Janet 
Gillespie, Fain Miller, Nancy Peters, Marjorie Northeimer. Melody 
Meredity, Mark Ellis, Paula Lerew, Mary Warder, Kathy Petranek. 
Simon Bailey. MIDDLE ROW: Chris DeMiranda, Paula Bell. Nancy 



Hansford. Sherran Pence. Alice McLaughlin. Dan Rexroad. Barbara 
Gabries. Sally Stanley. Linda Gronko, Susan White. FRONT ROW: 
Patty Anderson. Lisla Jo White. Becky Nixon, Becky Snyder, Corliss 
Carroll, Candi Fogle. STANDING: Louise Feitler, Roger Wright. 




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K(;V\ 1: M. Dietrich, adviser: Carol Billick, vice-president: Pam 
Beverage, president: Billie Adams, treasurer: Sharon Teets. bulletin 
hoard chairman: Carolyn Callison. historian: Ann Auldridge. mem- 
bership cliairmun: Marlyn Smith, secretary: Diane Wolfe, social 
chuirmun. ROW 2: Patricia Knight. Mary Ellen Bryson. Carolyn 
Webb. Lee Ann Lcos. Karen Sue Colburn, Elaine Welch. Becky 
Clise, Unicef chairman. ROW 3: Mary Jane Germain, Martha 
Kapalka, Gail B>ers, Joan Lombardo, Regena Mae Durham, Aneita 

home economics 
association 

This association promotes and interprets the 
American Home Economics Association's program to 
club members and also strengthens and coordinates 
college club activities within the state. The Home 
Economic Association was founded in 1918. 
Throughout the year, members of the association speak 
to high schools within the state and work in areas of 
understanding family needs. 



Ellis. Patricia Lebnick. Marilyn Westfall. ROW 4: Pat Kolakowski. 
Carol Swartz. Lyda Poland. Alice Heldreth. Sue Hughes. Ellen 
Moskovitz, Catherine Thomas. ROW 5: Patricia Tennant. Mary Lou 
Spring. Linda Kurish, Sandra Carter. ROW 6: Linda Hammack. 
Myers. Carol Douglas. Sallie Cline. Janet Rohall. Eileen Shields, 
Marie Grafton. ROW 7: Linda Rector, Nancy Pint. Erna Butt. Phyl- 
lis Wilkins, Martha Lembright. Jean Carr. ROW 8: Sarah Dunn. 
Nancy Hess. 



Delta Sigma Rho — Tau Kappa Alpha, founded in 
1923, has as its purpose "to further scholastic 
achievement, to stimulate an interest in forensic 
activity, and to participate in the unification of forensic 
students." Informal parties and outings round out the 
social side of this group. 

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tau kappa alpha 



John Straub. president: Lew Brewer, vice-president: Brenda Logue. 
corresponding; secretary: Mr. William Barnett, moderator: Peggy An- 



derson, recording secretary: 
chaplain. 



Jim Watkins, treasurer: Peter Borsay, 



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institute of 
electrical and 
electronic 
engineers 



Members of this organization are 
naturally majoring in electrical and 
electronic engineering. Founded in 1963, 
they are interested in understanding the 
new advances in their related fields. 
Speakers, plant visits, and discussions 
help channel the information to members. 



ROW 1: Edgar Monslave, Charles Tilton. Howard 
Sprey. Philip Nelson, Jim Delton, Piie Sin Quan. John 
Graybill. ROW 2: Jay Pultz, Richard Young, treasurer. 
ROW 3: John Hugo. Kenneth Plum. Carl Charlton, 
Tom Arman, vice-president; William Glover, Albert 
Garcia. ROW 4: Kenneth Turner, John Krolik, Gilbert 



DeVine, Ronald Akers, Abraham Ulangca. ROW 5: 
John Stealey, secretary; C. Golliday. Henry Cicci. John 
Chuchiak. ROW 6: Richard Stealey. John Thomas, An- 
drew Smydo, William Goff. ROW 7: Jerry Lee, F. 
Baenig. G. Charles Samus, W. Roberts, Jerry Harlan, 
Richard Walter, cliairmaii; Ralph Hennon, Joseph May. 





ROW 1: Eugene Wilder, social chairman: Ellen Mosko- 
vitz, recording secretary; Rabbi H. Wilner. Harvey Ker- 
stein, president: Beth Grosser, financial secretary: Anita 
Berstein, corresponding secretary. ROW 2: Debbie Ros- 
enbaum, Susan Heffler, Holly Jellinek, Joni Applebaum, 
Harriet Eisenberg, Arleen Cohen, Diane Shartsis, Robert 



Platner, Ilene ShefT, Leslie Goldsmith. ROW 3: Linda 
Safier, Richard Viders. Davey Zweiman. Linda Uman- 
sky. Howard Edelman. Constance BurtofF, Martin Mey- 
ers, Rise Schatz. Michael Hamerman. ROW 4: Zonis 
Sherman, Garrett Cecchini, Les Levy, Howard Lampert, 
Don Biodie, Henry Gluck, Roy Kaplan, Ed Goldberg. 



hillel 



Hillel combines the religious and 
cultural aspects of the Jewish faith with 
fellowship. Group activities include 
dances, discussion groups, and 
intracultural events. They were organized 
in 1928. 



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SEATED: Stephen Swank. Lawrence Falvo, Jay Chattaway, 
vice president: Budd Udell, faculty adviser: James Falvo, pres- 
ident; Denzil Davisson, secretary. STANDING: Greg Garri- 



son, Robert Thomas, Russell Rogerson, James Warner, David 
Cobb, Kenneth Hall, Mike Wuchner, Joe Komorowski, David 
Owens, Tom Burger. 



kappa kappa psi 



Sports events are thrilling, but the half-time shows of 
the University band provide refreshing entertainment. 
Kappa Kappa Psi, founded in 1965, is a national band 
honorary working for the advancement of university 
bands. They present awards to the outstanding 
bandsman and outstanding rank in the band each year. 



kappa psi 



Kappa Psi, a professional pharmacy honorary, 
strives to conduct a fraternal organization for the 
mutual benefit of its members with different aspects of 
the field. 



ROW 1: Arthur Hilaire, Bernie Smith, vice president: 
Richard Matheny, president: Bruce Sterling, secretary: 
Marvin Timbrook, treasurer: Frank Lambert. ROW 2: 
Dr. Martin, Philip Keller, Charlie Lynch, Dave Caver- 
lee, Bill Riffcc. Dean Bachmann. Bob Keller. Ron 



Pawich, Tom Bower, Tom Hare, John Sligar, Dr. Mus- 
lin, Ron Meredith. ROW V. Scot Anderson, John Miller, 
Terry Kurtt, Dr. Zanowiak, Prof. Geiler, Mathew Voul- 
garakis, George Cinci. 




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eta kappa nu 



Eta Kappa Nu, electrical honorary founded in 1947, 
is concerned with recognizing students of outstanding 
scholarship, character and service, and providing a 
mutual organization for engineering students and 
faculty. They sponsor a loan fund for deserving 
students and present an award to the outstanding 
graduating senior in electrical engineering. 



STANDING: Richard Young, vice president; Lindley 
Newcomer, corresponding secretary; James Ghrist, Garry 
Hess, E. C. Jones, facidty adviser; Thomas Greyshock. 
Brace Baenig, Leslie Gollidary. Todd Townsend, Lawrence 



Kreitzer. treasurer: Kenneth Turner, bridge correspondent; 
John Worden. recording secretary: Charles Tilton. SIT- 
TING: Jay Pnltz. Thomas Arman, Jason Cook, John 
Graybill. president 





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ROW 1: Nancy Stuckey, Jamie Boyd, Rachel Weber, 
Ellen Givens, Tona Renforth, Carol McQuown. ROW 
2: Sue Collens, Diane Warnick, corresponding secretary; 
Arleen Cohen, vice-president; Jean Estabrooke. presi- 
dent; Mrs. Arno Drucker, adviser: Peggy Andrews, 



treasurer; Barbara Sanders, recording secretary. ROW 3: 
Barbara Masters, Linda Whitney, Rise Schatz. Judy 
Shaup, Virginia Ulch, Anne Dreisinger, Susan Brown, 
Linda Plume, Kathy Master, Nancy Born, Carolyn Mc- 
Carty. 



mu phi epsilon 



Music, whether it be sounds made by singing voices or 
musical instruments, is enjoyed by people everywhere. 
That is why Mu Phi Epsilon, founded in 1950, has as 
its purpose to advance music in America. They 
annually provide a scholarship to the WVU Fine Arts 
Camp, and last year were the recipients of the 
Elizabeth Mathias Award for high scholarship. 



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ROW 1: Jane Beerbower. editor; Pam Beverage, first vice-president: 
Linda Kurish, president; Dawn Sheekey, metnbership chairman; Judy 
Nay, correspondence secretary. ROW 2: Billie Adams, second vice- 
president; Jane Toben, Allyson Stallings, properties chairman: Mary 
Ruth Bates, Libby Caldwell, Carole , Roy, treasurer. ROW 3: Karen 



kappa phi 



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ROW 1: Linda Satterfield, historian; Sharon Teets, social cliairman; 
Billie Adams, pledge trainer; Sallie Cline, vice-president; Beverly 
Stewart, chaplain. ROW 2: Sue Schroeder, Susie Mutton, Dora Jean 
Strapal, Margery Boyd, Alicia Kraft, Virginia Hagsett, Sandra 



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Toothman, historian; Mary Lou Smyth, Pamela Glover, Scotts Run; 
Lynn Higgenbotham, baby-sitting; Leanore Means, social chairman; 
Meret Wilson. Carol Billick, recording secretary; Thomasene Cook, 
service chairman. 



Kappa Phi is a young women's Christian service 
organization striving to prepare Methodist college 
women of today for church leadership tomorrow. 
Founded in 1925, their projects are working at Scott's 
Run Settlement House and Sundale Rest Home, 
babysitting at church and preparing Christmas baskets 
for the needy. 

Simons. Sheila Travis. ROW 3: Marlene Lyons, Linda Snyder, Bar- 
bara Steele. Sue Ellen White, Melissa Galloway, Frances Jean Harri- 
son, Sue D'Haven, Sue Hawkins, Virginia Lee Jackson. 



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ROW 1: Kathy Gonder. president: Brian Tolson, Joyce Potter, secreuiry: Joe 
Graber, adviser. ROW 2: Joe Whited. Terry James, ueaswer; Johnny Crum- 
mett, vice-president. 

ROW 1: Franklin Kuehne, vice-president; Charles W. McGlathlin, Jr., presi- 
dent; R. O. Thomas, Jr., secretary-treasurer; Michael Paul Miano, correspond- 
ing secretary. ROW 2: George Oberlick. David Miller, Paul Martin, Robert E. 
Payne. ROW 3: Vincent Sgier, James Boyd, John Boylen, Woody Shaver. 
ROW 4: Alvin Sorcan, Kenneth Hopps, Pat Parsons, Ben Costeth. ROW 5; N. 
R. Kona, Richard Turner, George Bartlett. ROW 6: Charles T. Holland, R. 
W. Laird, faculty sponsor; Abdel-Kader Kotb, J. D. McClung. 



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national collegiate 
players 



The home of the drama department, Reynolds 
Hall, has moved aside for progress and the 
construction of the new Mountainlair. But 
someone forgot to keep the cornerstone. Have 
you seen it? Well, neither have the members of 
the National Collegiate Players, who are looking 
desperately for it among the ruins and remains of 
Reynolds Hall. However, these talented students 
don't spend all their time looking for lost 
cornerstones. Oh, no! They strive to raise the 
standards of the theater by recognizing the most 
worthy individuals and group efforts plus spend 
many hours preparing presentations for your 
enjoyment. The honorary is in its first year. 



american institute 
of mining, 
metallurgical and 
petroleum engineers 



West Virginia University has one of the 
nation's five outstanding student chapters of the 
American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and 
Petroleum Engineering. In a nation wide contest 
matching some ninety chapters at universities 
across the United States, the W.V.U. chapter, 
founded in 1927, was chosen by the judges for 
their outstanding achievements during the 1965- 
66 school year. Basis for judging the chapters 
included their activities as part of a technical and 
professional institute. 



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lambda kappa sigma 

Members of this professional pharmacy honorary, 
founded in 1960, endeavor to increase the interest of 
women in this profession and to promote co-operation 
between students and faculty. Members participate in 
giving Easter baskets to children at University 

ROW I: Beverly Layne Smith, treasurer: Vacelia Karnoupakis, vice- 
president: Susan Payne, corresponding secretary: Judy Martin, presi- 
dent: Sharon Tohiffen, recording secretary. ROW 2: Elizabeth Rega, 



Hospital, a reception for incoming women pharmacy 
students, and an initiation banquet. Hygeia Day is 
celebrated with a banquet and a professional program 
honoring women in the medical professions. 



Linn Bland, Kathleen Sos. Judy Hickman. ROW 3: Helen Pavlech, 
advisor; Patricia Harring, Betty Gruver, Barbara Lynn Whittington. 




ROW 1: Robert Thomas, Kenneth P. Clelland, Jr.; Raymond T. 
Soroka, president: James W. Warner, secretary: Jeffrey A. Taylor, 
treasurer: Roger Sherman, faculty adviser. ROW 2: David Randolph, 



Russell Rogerson, Glenn Little, James Falvo, John Gonker, Leo La 
Sola. Paul Taylor, James Jones. 



phi mu alpha 



The members of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, founded in 
1950, strive to develop the truest fraternal spirit among 
its members, to foster the mutual welfare and 
brotherhood of students of music, and to advance the 
cause of music in America. Ushering at School of 
Music recitals and the American Composers Concert 
are included in the activities of the group. 



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Patti Adams, president: Carolyn Gardner, vice-president: Nancy 
Huff, secretary; Delores Heivy, treasurer: Jeanne Miller, wardrobe 
custodian: Siizy Wheeler, historian: Vada Pauley, senior cabinet 
incmher: Patti Babcheck, auditions cliairnian: Mary Kathryne 
Wiedehusch, director of dance. 



orchesis 

Dancing, a rhythmic and patterned 
succession of movements, is performed 
either alone or with others, commonly to 
music. Orchesis, founded in 1928, is the 
University dance workshop and members 
seek to understand movement in all its 
phases and to stimulate interest in the act 
of creative dance. The requirement for 
membership is a semester of modern 
dance and the members are chosen on 
the basis of ability and originality. A 
dance recital is presented each spring. 







pershing rifles 

Pershing Rifles is a national military 
honorary which strives to foster a spirit 
of friendship and cooperation among 
men in the military department. Part of 
this group, founded in 1955, also forms a 
highly efficient drill company. Special 
activities include annual bivouacs, 
Pershing Rifles Ball, participation in the 
Pittsburgh St. Patrick's Day Parade and 
an invitation to the Cherry Blossom 
Festival in Washington, D.C. 



ROW 1: Capt. Anthony A. Polis, senior adviser: Sandy Dahlin. co-sponsor, sophomore: 
Jerri Deegan, sponsor, senior; Nancy Nottingham, co-sponsor junior: Sgt. Grover C. 
Davis, Jr., assisliint adviser. ROW 2: Jeffry Windholz, material officer: George Woods, 
first platoon leader: Dan Bobst. special affairs officer: Terry Newlon, commanding 
officer; the late Kenneth Carter, Robert Kornman, second platoon leader. ROW 3: 
Mike Zobasic, training officer; Ed Gallaher, finance officer; Tom Nega, drill officer; Jim 
Anson, platoon leader; John Corey, assistant public information officer. 




PLEDGES— ROW I: Sgt. Kennedy, PFC Tom Robinette, 
Kevin Taylor, Gregg Zolton, PFC Roy Murphy. ROW 2: 
Brentz Thompson, David Olexa. Jan Collen, Dennis Oldland. 



ROW 3: Jeffrey Witherel. Frank Wudarsky, Richard 
Kleinkauf, Donald Ornick. ROW 4: Jerry Whipple. Gary 
Glover. Glenn Reed, David Sears. ROW 5: Gail Grimm. 



ROW I: Tom Foulk, first sergeant; Earl Kennedy, Jake Huffman, 
Bill Baker. ROW 2: Paul Russell, Richard Behring, Michael Horn, 
Frank Korona, Bob Rodgers. ROW 3: Charles Comstocky, Tom 
Robinette. Kevin Taylor, Gregg Zolyon, Brentz Thompson. ROW 4: 
Michael Olexa. Garry Glover, David Olexa. Jan Callen. Dennis 
Oldland. ROW 5: Bill Piper. Jeffery Witherel. Roy Murphy. Richard 
Kleinkauf. Donald Ornick. ROW 6; John Harris. Jerry Whipple, 
Frank Wudaisky. Glenn Reid. David Sears, Gail Grimm. ROW 7: 
The late Ken Carter, Tom Nega. 





THE DRILL TEAM 




scabbard and blade 

Advanced Army ROTC cadets are 
honored by membership in Scabbard 
and Blade, national military honorary, 
founded in 1916. The main purpose of 
this organization is to develop military- 
civilian relationships and to potentiate 
leadership qualities in officers. 



ROW 1: Major C. O. Light, Jr.; Richard Criser, first 
lieutenant; Michael Connor, captain. ROW 2: Eugene 
Smith, Joseph Medrick, pledge trainer; Philip Bahrman, 
second lieutenant. ROW 3: Thomas Sandusky, Patrick 
Buffa, Terry Newlon. ROW 4: Charles Alvord, James 
Mitchell. William Flippin. ROW 5: James Atchison, 
James Stultz, Kenneth Powell. ROW 6: David Headlee, 
Monte Pickens, Giles Kennedy. ROW 7: Frank Sher- 
man. Terre Rhoderick, Danny Gray. 




rangers 



The Counterguerrila Company 
Rangers fosters the two-fold purpose of 
familiarizing Army ROTC cadets with 
counter insurgency operations and to 
develop potential leadership qualities in 
selected cadets. They were founded in 
1964. 





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Suzanne McAdam, snrelary: Janice Baliker, Judith Boyle Jenkins, Judy Tresino. Mrs. Hubert 
E. Martin, Bonnie Snyder, treasurer: Jan Kesling, Jacqueline Frey, Jo Ann Mathias, Margaret 
Saville, president: Betti Parsons, Barbara Powell, social chairman: Ann Lehman. Barbara 
Conaway, vice-president: Michel Beauchemin, adviser: Richard Games. Braden Swaney. Rich- 
ard DeViso. 



pi delta phi 



Pi Delta Phi promotes an interest and understanding 
of the French language, literature and culture. 
Founded in 1950, the group attended a French play by 
Moliere, Les Femmes Savantes, in Pittsburgh. 



Catherine Thomas, vice-president of program: Patty 
Lohr, Catherine Vogel, Patty White, Virginia Tilton, 
Kathy Myers, Susan Johnson, candle reporter; Marie 



To advance home economics and to be of service to 
the profession and to encourage leadership and 
professional development is the goal of the professional 
home economics honorary, founded in 1923. Phi 
Upsilon Omicron annually awards the Rachel Colwell 
Scholarship to a deserving freshman and a plaque to 
the junior with the highest average. 

phi upsilon omicron 

Grafton, vice-president: Barbara Malone. Judy Taylor, 
Mary Jane McClung, Martha Dickie, recording secre- 
tary; Cindy Miller, treasurer; Nancy Fint, president. 



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James Wasson, faculty sponsor; Wong-I Chen, vice-president: Rick Griffin, president: Leo 
Schrider, secretary-treasurer: John Duda. correspondinf; secretary. 



pi epsilon tau 

It is not the size of an organization but the quaUty of 
its members which make an organization unique. The 
six members of Pi Epsilon Tau, founded in 1964, are 
giants when it comes to fostering loyalty, fellowship, 
and mutual cooperation among men of the petroleum 
industry. 



You don't have to be a genius to belong to Pi Tau 
Sigma, a mechanical engineering honorary founded in 
1 942, but you do have to meet the expected 
qualifications. Each year the chapter presents the 
Purple Shaft award to the most outstanding faculty 
member, an award to an outstanding junior, and an 
award to the freshman with the highest average. 



pi tau sigma 



Robert Lenhart, corresponding secretary; James Cagey, president: Gary Loban. recording 
secretary. David Burt, vice-president; Ed Stipandic, treasurer. 




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Sigma gamma 
epsilon 

Many people like to play in the dirt or 
look at rocks but to the members of 
Sigma Gamma Epsilon these things have 
a significant meaning. Members are 
interested in geology, a science dealing 
with the earth's crust and development of 
its layers, including the study of rocks 
and fossils. Thev were founded in 1927. 



ROW 1: Blaine Cecil, president; Robert Thomas, corresponding secretary; William 
Duncan, Howard Phillips. ROW 2: Edward Nuhfer, Lowell Whipp, vice-president. 
ROW 3: Douglas Growitz, Dick Larese, secretary-treasurer; Greg Eddy. ROW 4; David 
Hutchison, George Ridgway, Mike Carpenter. 



Sally Stecker. vice-president: Susan Thompson, recording secretary: Randy Ballard, president; 
Kathryn Heller, treasurer. 



sigma tau sigma 

Upperclassmen with a 3.0 or above 
average are eligible for membership in 
Sigma Tau Sigma, national tutoring 
honorary founded in 1958. The honorary 
conducts informal discussions with 
outstanding campus professors and 
awards a scholarship to a deserving 
undergraduate. 



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ROW 1: Patricia Eisenhut, president; Louis Perry, vice- 
president; Karen Toothman, recording secretary; Cindy 
Alvarez, treasurer; Mary Ellen Komorowski, historian; 
Donna Huggins. corresponding secretary. ROW 2: Terry 
Lichty, Naomi Wriston. Janice Langfitt. Pat Knight, Jan- 
ice Hoipe, Mary Lou McFadden, Dick Games. ROW 3: 



Frank Herbert, Susan Thomas, Pam Deem, Jeannette 
Shepp, Joe Komorowski. ROW 4: Carole Roy, Beanie 
Mitchell, Judy Rowe, Bill Kennedy, Frank Armer. ROW 
5: Patricia Jersey, June Lee Wilson, Trish Beardsell, 
Tony Alvarez. Dean Cunningham. 



Student education association 



Student teachers of today will instill 
knowledge in the children of tomorrow. 
Student Education Association, founded 
in 1952, provides the future teachers 
with a professional student organization. 
They sponsor elementary and junior high 
school science fairs, hold a literary 
contest for secondary school students, 
have a Christmas party and an 
installation. 



Student Party has as its purpose: "To 
provide a fair and equitable method for 
nominating and electing candidates 
representative of all students and to 
promote an atmosphere conducive to an 
educational political system on campus." 
The party is five years old. 

Student party 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Dee Rae Ferguson, secretary: Eric Lilly, treasurer; 
chairman: Brian McDonnell, chairman; Sallie Witschey. rice-cliairman. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Eugene Johnson, faculty adviser: Sue Ellen 
Cummins, historian; Linda Pignanelli, Sharon O'Connor, president: 

theta sigma phi 

Theta Sigma Phi, women's journalism 
honorary, founded in 1947, unites 
members interested in working for a free 
and responsible press. It keeps members 
informed of opportunities in journalism. 
A Mast Head Award is presented 
annually to a distinguished woman in journalism. 

ROW 1: Michael Hines, vice-president: Larry Nau, president: Paul 
Atkins, faculty adviser. ROW 2: Tom Burger, Dick Brust, Charles 




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Sandy Englebright, Jan Kesling, Ann Hosey, secretary: Beverly 
Yoak, Polly Thomas, vice-president. 

sigma delta chi 

This men's journalism honorary assists 
its members in acquiring the principles of 
journalism and in encouraging high 
ethical standards for the press. Each year 
the group awards a scholarship to an 
outstanding journalism student. They 
are in their sixth year. 

Arnold. Jeff Windholz, Maurice Fliess, Mike Musulin, Harry Baisden, 
Ken Baker. 



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ROW 1: James Gabriel, Robert Foglesong, Jay Piiltz, corresponding 
secretary: John Worden. president: Jack Byrd, Jr.. vice-president: Jim 
Harrier, recording secretary: Jason Cook, cataloger: Nabih Alem. 
ROW 2: Philip Nelson, Tom Messmore, Paul Browning. Charles 
Tilton, Lindley Newcomer, Harvey Rogers, Tom Arman, George 



tau beta pi 



The men of Tau Beta Pi exemplify distinguished 
scholarship as undergraduates in engineering. Founded 
in 1921, they attempt to unite all fields of engineering. 
In 1965 Tau Beta Pi was the recipient of a national 
award, the Chapter Coordinators Award. 



Bartlett. Kenneth Turner. Garry Hess. ROW 3: Marc Parmentier. 
George Pattoy. John Graybill. Ojars Skujins. Francis Lymburner. F. 
D. Wilkin, T. V. Townsend. P. S. Lynch. John Roy. R.W. Young, 
Charles Fisher. M. J, Superfesky, Bruce Baenig. James Cagey. 

town women and 
commuters 

A co-ed living off campus can easily become isolated 
from campus affairs. TAC, founded in 1965, seeks to 
incorporate its members with the campus community 
through picnics, a Christmas party, assisting the 
Morgantown Lions Club white cane sale and working 
at the settlement house. 



ROW 1: Carolyn Sanetrik, president: Jenifer Weltner. vice-president; 
Kathy R. Simms. treasurer: Teresa Liberatore. Carolyn Peluso, Suzi 
Harman, Judy Roach, Mary McCullum. Barbara Nelson, Jennifer 



Steele. Ceksta Gardner. ROW 2: Pauline Sanetrik, Marilyn Gibas, 
Stephanie Miller. Annorah Cale. Antonia Vrobel. 




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ROW 1: Eileen Praderio, Martha Poland, Linda Wirtz. Brenda 
Logue. secrelary. ROW 2; James Watkins. Jr.. vice-president; 



James Watson, Virginia Jacksun, John Suaiib. president; Jeff 
Jones, William Barnett, director of debate. 



debate society 

The University Debate Team, founded in 1900, 
strives to promote reasoned discourse, significant 
controversy, and mature individualism in its members. 
Witii the intercollegiate debate topic, "Resolved, that 
the United States should substantially reduce its foreign 
policy commitments," the varsity took third place at 
Western Reserve, fifth at Richmond, and were in 
tourneys at Duquesne, University of Chicago, and the 
Wake Forest Dixie Classic. The novices swept the 
Marietta contest with first, second, and third-place 
honors, and also were first at Marshall and Clarion. 
The team sponsors the state high school forensic 
tournament. 




ROW 1: Pat Samergo, Sally Hammers, Pat Hart, Jack Kaull, Betty Fisher. 
ROW 2: Drew Rolston, Mrs. Beth Norwood, coach; Bill Wertman. ROW 3: 
Ronald Walker, Joe Luchok. 




ROW I; ( harlcs Miller, Edward Moskowitz, Joseph Second, 
Patricia Hamilton, Johnathan Hall, Peter Borsay, assistant di- 
rector; Marti Siiter, Jay McLinden, assistant director. ROW 2: 



Samuel Snyder, Gilbert Price, Lenis Grimm, James Hum- 
phreys, F. Smith, Mr. Barnett, Grace Hayes, John Moore, 
James Perdue, Jack Kessler. 



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JUMPING: Susan Barnes, co-captain. MIDDLE: Betsy Burmeister, co-captain; Carol Troilo, 
Lynn Plummer. Susan White. FRONT: Diane Talkington, Gay Ratcliff, Dixie Downs, Pat 
Rogers. 



cheerleaders 



block and bridle 



Block and Bridle recognizes high scholastic 
achievement in animal science and promotes an 
interest and understanding of this field. Founded in 
1919, the group participates in the Little Eastern 
Livestock Show and the Fall Livestock Judging 
Contest. Social activities include hayrides, dances, and 
picnics. 



ROW I: Paul Shockey, Joe McAllister, Chuck Hommey, John S. Godfrey, Thomas Burgess, 
Larry Sterling. ROW 2: Steve Hunter, Elizabeth Boggs, Ann Humphreys, Carolyn McCollam, 
Richard Mulledy, Blix McNeill, John Spiker, Len Haberbosch, Susan Cuppett. ROW 3: 
Richard Horst, David Akers, Kevin Britton, Russell Furner, Becky Burdette, Pat Soles, Joe 
Dakan. 





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mountaineer 
marching band 

No matter what the score of the football games, fans 
can always count on the Mountaineer Marching Band 
for versatile half-time shows. Every fan is able to recall 
the precision drills of the band and the thrilling 
routines of the two feature twirlers. However, a 
highlight of each game is being able to proudly sing 
"Hail. West Virginia!" and the "Alma Mater." The 
enthusiasm and spirit of the band is reflected in both 
the participants and the listeners. 




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ROW 1: Harry Stock, Ellen Tuckwiller, Linda Wood, Tom Koltak, 
Paula Lerew, Larry R. Williams. ROW 2: Joseph Hutchson, adviser; 



Everet Bice, Jr., treasurer: Cheryl Reeves, vice-president: Susan 
Hemington, secretary: Van F. Anderson, president. 



professional recreation society 



Annual outings, dances, attending state and national 
conferences, and co-sponsoring the West Virginia 
Highland Weekend provide the Professional Recreation 
Society with a means of refreshing both body and 
mind. This society, founded in 1956, seeks to unite all 
"rec" majors into furthering the recreation movement 
and promoting adequate programs of professional 
training for students. 



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ROW 1: Judy Heckman, secretary-treasurer; William H. 
Riffer, president: David Bell, vice-president; Paul Zano- 
wiak, faculty advisor. ROW 2: Mickey Ponterero. 
Vacelia Karnoupakis. Patricia Haning. Stephanie Miller, 
Kathleen Sos, Barbara Huffman, Joseph Concino. 
Charles Turk, Judy Martin, Stephen Peck, Linn Bland, 
Ronald Michels. Dr. F. 0"Connell. ROW 3: Elizabeth 
Rega, Susan Payne, Betty Griver, Luigi DeBoni, Tom 
Hare, Barbara Whittington, David Caverlee, Phil Keller, 
Sharon Whiffen, Floyd Shultz, Wayne Culler, Robert 



Keller. Lee Waggoner, Fred Weingarten. Robert Carra 
ROW 4: R. Bachmann, Janice Vitanza, Scot Anderson 
Clinton Jenkins, Jim Michael, Zon Barker, E. Tonske 
Bill Murdock, Mathew Voulgarakis, James Thomas 
James Schaum, Bernard Browing, Steve Crawford, Don 
aid Snyder, Marvin Timbreak. ROW 5: Ron Meredith 
Chuck McFort, Bill Teano, F. Geiber, Geo Cinci, Frank 
Lambert, Art Townshend, J. Wilcox, Francis Butch, Wil- 
liam Trickett. 



american 
pharmaceutical 

association 



This association endeavors to increase the students' 
awareness of the opportunities and professional ideas 
of pharmacy. In addition to this, the American 
Pharmaceutical Association, founded in 1948, 
maintains a social side consisting of Christmas and 
Spring dances and a reception for new pharmacy 
students in the fall. 




FRONT: Linda Kurish, vice-president; Cathy Thomas, secre- 
tary; Darrell Asbury, vice-president, county projects. MID- 
DLE: Harriet Johnson, Shelby Young, president; Diana Wolfe, 
vice-president, programs. BACK: Dennis Pyles, Randall 



Reeder, Richard Waybright, Carol Billick, Sue Hughes, 1-ee 
Ann Loos, Pam Beverage, Elaine Welch, Carolyn Collison, 
Frances Kokocheck, Susan Inskeep. 



university 4-h club 



The preparation of future leaders and the 
dissemination of new information and techniques is a 
"king-size" job, but one which has been undertaken by 
the University 4-H Club, founded in 1936. Hayrides, 
picnics, organizing other collegiate chapters and 
hosting programs to acquaint high school students with 
W.V.U. contribute toward making the best better 
through head, heart, hands and health. 



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young women s 

christian 

association 

Everyone in today's world is searching 
for truth and meaning in life. Members 
of the YWCA, founded in 1946, seek to 
accomplish this from a position within 
the community of learning and within the 
community of faith. Their projects 
include teas, an international sale, work 
at Scott's Run Settlement House and 
study groups. 









EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— ROW 1: Marleen 
Houck, public relations: Carolyn Sorrento, 
membership; Naomi Wriston, service; Harriet 
RingstafF, treasurer. ROW 2: Colleen Riordan, 
president; Sharon Tetrick, secretary; Scott 
Lyon, vice-president. 



CABINET— MIDDLE: Carolyn Sorrento, 
Nancy Harper, Cheryl Reeves, Naomi Wriston, 
Mary Ann Hoover, Marleen Houck. LEFT 
SIDE OF Y: Betsy Burmeister, Evie Pakas, 
Scott Lyon. Normal Whetzel, Pat Shannon, 
Lola Sizemore. RIGHT SIDE: Harriet Ring- 
staff, Colleen Riordan, Beverly Martin, Ann 
Walker, Sharon Tetrick, Marjorie Northeimer. 



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monticola 



Bettijane Christopher, '68 

editor-in-chief 
David Christopher, '18 
honorary associate editor 
editor-in-chief emeritus 




Margaret Kirtley, '68 

classes 
Wayne Sinclair, '68 

athletics 
Susan O'Neal, '68 

layout design 



Maxine Klocek, '68 
Donna Huggins, '68 

organizations and honoraries 
Susan Kuykendall, '68 

Greeks 
Fain Miller, '69 

royalty 








ASSISTANTS— Ed Brown. Mary Pat Kasum, 
Greeks: Peggy Bailey, organizations and hon- 
oraries: Karen Maceyak, royalty. 



MORE ASSISTANTS— Nancy Reed, classes: 
Diane Kerns, organizations and honoraries: 
Bonnie Mihalic, Patti McMann, classes. 



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Susan Inskeep, public relations; Bob 
Hamstead. adverlising manager; Beth 
Pancake, subscriptions and distribution. 
Absent — Paige Bouldin, assistant busi- 
ness manager. 




■ Clair Myers, Clair Hawkins, advertising sales- 
men. 



Liz Marcellino, Trudy Baker, Anita Romero, 
secretaries. Absent: Diane Ball, executive sec- 
retary. 




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1908 CHEER 
Chew terbacher! Chew terbacher! 

Chaw, Chaw, Chaw! 
Eat terbacher, eat terbacher! 

Rah, Rah, Rah! 
Drink a lager, Drink a lager. 

Drink a lager beer. 
West Virginia Varsity! 

We're all here! 




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Bruce Bosley 



was the first sport in West Virginia's athletic program in 1891. Our athletic debut, 
played against Washington and Jefferson, resulted in an overwhelming 72-0 defeat 
for the young Mountaineers. The University's greatest defeat occured in 1903 
when Michigan, coached by a W.V.U. alumnus, Fielding H. Yost, dealt out a 130- 
beating. A tragedy occurred on the gridiron during the 1910 season when 
Rudolph Monk, team captain, died of injuries suffered in a tilt against Bethany. 

The "great Rodge," Ira Errett Rodgers, began his extraordinary career in 1915. 
The highest point-maker the University has ever known, Rodgers still holds the 
record for the most points scored during a game, the most season points, and the 
most career points. He was named an All-American in 1919 and in 1957 was 
selected to the National Football Hall of Fame. 

The first All-American from a W.V.U. team was Russell Bailey, named to 
center position in 1917. The following year, the football season was cancelled 
because of an influenza epidemic. The "golden era" of West Virginia University 
began in 1922. The powerful Mountaineers lost only 3 games in 4 years. The only 
undefeated team in the school's history, the 1922 gridders, was coached by C. W. 
Spears. They scored 246 points while holding their opponents to 1 8. 

Mountaineer Field, largely the result of athletic director Harry Stansbury, 
opened in 1924. In the Bethany game of that season, W.V.U. scored 37 points in 
one quarter. Record crowds at Mountaineer Field, (35,000), occurred for the 
1963 Navy game and the 1965 Pitt game. 

The University gridders gained national prominence in 1937 by narrowly 
defeating Texas Tech 7-6 in El Paso's Sun Bowl. The late '40's saw the passing of 
Jimmy Whitehall highlighting many a game. The 1948 team defeated Texas 
Western 21-12 in the Sun Bowl. 

West Virginia University entered the Southern Conference in 1950 and soon 
began a 30 game winning streak, within the Conference. The pass receptions of 
Paul Biscoll sparkled several gridiron clashes. Bob Orders, center, was named an 
All-American, and the fine 1955 gridders boasted two All- Americans in tackles 
Bruce Bosley and Sam Huff. 

A decline set in around 1958, and the football team of 1960 showed just two 
ties in 10 games for the only winless year in our history. Yet Mountaineer spirit 
never dies. In the 1965 season, Allen McCune set new passing records. Chuck 
Kinder booted his way to new kicking records, and W.V.U. beat Pitt 63-48. 




FROSH BACKFIELD, 1895: ROW I: Ander- 
son, Mitchell. ROW 2: Rowan. Orr. 



1922 UNDEFEATED FOOTBALL TEAM 



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arrived on the W.V.U. campus in 1901. The first team managed a 4-3 season 
under Coach Anthony Chez. Then from 1909 to 1915 basketball was discontinued. 
It is surprising to note that in 1923 the University scored only six points against a 
Grove City team. 

In 1942, the famous "Cinderella" team won what is now called the National 
Invitational Tournament at Madison Square Garden. The cagers were paced by the 
University's first All-American, Scotty Hamilton, and were coached by Dyke Byrd, 
and by 1949, W.V.U. had won 50 straight home games. 

Entering the Southern Conference in 1950, the basketball team posted a 23-4 
record. Mark Workman was selected as an All-American in 1952, and the cagers 
of Coach "Red" Brown were second in the nation in scoring with an 80.4 average. 
Fred Schaus took o\er the coaching reigns in 1955, and this fine coach saw three 
of his players named All-American. 



Scotty Hamilton 



Rod Thorn 





Mark Workman 



"Hot Rod" Hundley, selected an All-American in 1957, helped lead the W.V.U. 
cagers to three straight Southern Conference championships. Few college players 
have ever equalled the exceptional combination of clowning and point-making of 
Hundley. He set the Field House scoring record by netting 54 points one game. 

The 1958 Mountaineers, named the No. 1 team in the nation by both AP and 
UPI, included Lloyd Sharrar, Bob Smith, Joedy Gardner, Don Vincent, and Jerry 
West. During his career, West scored more total points than any other University 
eager. In 1959, the University lost the championship of the NCAA to California in 
a 71-70 disheartening loss. Jerry West was named All-American in 1959 and in 
1960. Also, 1959 was the year of the comeback games: W.V.U. roared from 
behind to win 14 games. 

The era of 1962-63 was in the capable hands of Rod Thorn who achieved the 
status of All-American both years. In 1965, the Mountaineers set a new Field 
House record as they rolled over Virginia Tech 1 27-73. 



organized as a varsity sport in 1950, can truly be regarded as the most successful 
sports group on campus. In the last sixteen years of competition, the rifle team has 
won 196 matches and lost only 45. However, the history of the rifle team dates 
back fifty years, when the riflers were part of the Army ROTC program. Each 
week the men would shoot and then send their targets to Washington to be 
checked. In 1918, the men shot a perfect score of 1000 in both prone and standing 
positions. Coached by Sgt. George May, they were Alan Carroll, David 
Christopher, Virgil Flinn, Karl Marshall, Charles MacDowell, and Cecil Riggs. In 
1950, the riflers began with a perfect season, and the teams of 1961, 1964 and 
1966 all won national ritle championships and are honored by six All Americans. 
At a Johnson City, Texas, tournament last year, Trish Kinsella set a new women's 
open record. 



Bruce Meredith 



Lewis Rowan 



Dean Bahrman 



Jack Writer 





Che he! Che ha! Cheha, ha, ha! 
West Virginia! Rah! Rah! Rah! 



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was started on the W.V.U. campus in 
1929. The first team consisted of one 
man, George Krebs, who lost his only 
match of the season. Progressing greatly, 
the '30's were a great decade for the 
Mountaineer boxers. The '33 and '36 
teams were undefeated, and Miclcey 
Brutto won the 1 15 pound national 
championship in 1936. The '38 team 
included two national champs. Ashby 
Dickerson won the heavy weight title and 
Sam Littlepage took the 1 65 pound class. 
This team also included a past W.V.U. 
president, Paul A. Miller. 



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made its debut in 1 894 and compiled an opening 5-0 
season. The present coach, Steve Harrick, who has 
been coach since 1947, is an alumnus of the 
University. Under his direction, the success of the 
baseball team began a steady upswing. Through 1961- 
64, the University teams won the Southern Conference 
title. For the 1964 season. Bill Marovic, centerfielder, 
was named an Ail-American and is the only 
Mountaineer baseball player to gain this honor. Also, 
by defeating the Citadel 2-1 in 1966, Coach Harrick 
achieved his 300th baseball win. 



The 1896 Baseball team 




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1921 WRESTLING TEAM— ROW 1: Stickler, Hough, Harrick. Grow, Lambert. ROW 2: 
Coach Dauton, Pitzenberger, Harrick, McDonald, Turkovitch. Gibbons. 



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is a famous sport to many mountaineer sports enthusiasts. This 1921 
wrestling team included a young player named Steve Harrick who 
went on to coach University wrestling from 1924 to 1933 and then 
returned in 1947 to continue his fine coaching. A.C. "Whitey" 
Gwynne, present athletic trainer for the University and past wrestling 
coach, wrestled on the 1933 team. Another grappler of this same 
year was Ben Schwartzwalder, now famed Syracuse football coach. 
In 1955, Lou Guidi was second in the NCAA 123-pound class. The 
Mountaineer wrestlers have dominated the Southern Conference in 
the sixties by winning the title for the last three years. 




appeared in 1905. In 1933, the track 
team had its first undefeated season by 
posting a 4-0 mark. Dave Tork, a 1958 
graduate of the University, set a world's 
record for the pole vault in 1962 by 
soaring (16'2 1/4"). 

Cross country in the University sports 
program began in 1929. A speedy 
Mountaineer named Barney Gedwilas 
won both the 1936 Junior and Senior 
AAU cross country meets. 

In 1961, John Kantor won the 
National Collegiate 191-pound weight 
lifting championship. This is not a 
University sport, but Kantor represented 
the school in the championship. 



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The "New Look" of Head Coach Jim 
Carlen took over the West Virginia 
football scene this year. Coach Carlen, 
former assistant coach at Georgia Tech, 
brought new spirit and life to the 
Mountaineer team and fans. Rebuilding 
was Carlen's main concern as he had 
many talented and eager sophomores as 
well as a few experienced juniors and 
seniors. A great desire for victory caused 
the team many mistakes, but this was 
taken into account by the fans who 
realized the problem of rebuilding. Spirit 
was the outstanding feature of both team 
and fans as attendance at games was high 
and at thuses where as many as 2500 
fans cheered. Coach Carlen never lost 
faith in his team although the season 
ended with a disappointing 3-5-2 record. 
West Virginia now looks to many 
successful seasons under Carlen and this 
is an enthusiastic starting point for the 
future success of Mountaineer Football. 



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FRONT ROW: 10 Chuch Kinder, 14 Bob Zambo, 15 Chuch Lovin- 
ski, 16 Tom Digon, 20 Jeff Riley. 21 Herb Snyder. 22 John Mallory. 
23 Charles Wood. 24 John Finnerty. 25 Tyrone Harris, 26 Dick 
Whitman. SECOND ROW: 30 Dave Lavella. 31 Ben Siegfried, 32 
Garrett Ford, 33 Larry Sine, 34 Steve Edwards, 40 Gary Thall, 42 
Tim Hanley, 44 John Piscorik, 50 Baker Brown, 51 Mike Germak, 
52 Ron Yuss, 52 Doug Hoover. THIRD ROW: 55 Wayne Vassalotti, 



56 Greg Dragovich, 60 Bob Cummings, 61 Mike Fewell, 62 Ed 
Linder, 63 Tom Kucer, 64 George Begalla. 65 Dan Hodges. 66 
Norman Hill. 70 Don Cookman, 71 Richie Rodes. 72 Frank Malar- 
die. 74 John Russell. BACK ROW: 75 Pat Buratti, 77 Dale Stortz. 
78 Danny Williamson. 79 Lewis Berkhimer, 80 Dick Hardison, 83 
Lou Sieminski, 84 Gary Young, 85 Joe Pendry, 86 Emo Schupbach, 
87 Larry Canterbury, 88 Jim Sypult. 




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WVU 15 DUKE 34 

WVU 24 WILLIAM and MARY 13 



In the opening game with Duke, 
Mountaineer fans were treated to an 
explosive opening 96 seconds. 
Quarterbacic Tom Digon passed 55 yards 
to end John Mallory for a touchdown on 
the first play of the game. Mallory then 
tackled Blue Devil end Dunaway in the 
end-zone for two points. The defense 
held up as long as it could, but the 
pressure by the hard-driving and 
aggressive Blue Devils was too much as 
they posted a 34-1 5 win! Against a weak 
William and Mary team the following 
week, West Virginia ground power 
dominated play. Led by the running of 
Garrett Ford, the Mounties held their 
mistakes to a minimum — thus putting the 
pressure on the Indians. West Virginia's 
313 yards gained were the spark to 
winning the first game of the home 
season before the largest Southern 
Conference crowd since 1953. 








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Fresh from a victory the week before, 
the Mountaineers battled the Virginia 
Tech Gobblers to a 13-13 deadlock. The 
fired-up Carlen squad scored in the first 
two minutes of the game when John 
Mallory ran 43 yards with a VPl punt. 
Chuck Kinder's veteran kicking supplied 
the remaining 6 points for WVU. The 
traditional clash with Pitt at Pitt Stadium 
provided a disappointing afternoon. After 
outplaying the Panthers and refusing to 
settle with a tie, the Mountaineers ended 
their drive on the Pitt 4-yard line. The 
over-whelming number of West Virginia 
fans saw Pitt turn defeat into victory, led 
by end Bob Longo and quarterback Ed 
James. As usual. West Virginia was led 
by the running of Garrett Ford. 



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WVU 9 MARYLAND 28 
WVU 6 PENN STATE 38 



College Park, Maryland, was the scene 
of West Virginia's next defeat as Carlen's 
Corps were overpowered by a bigger, 
faster Maryland team. The' Mountaineers 
could not seem to get started in trying to 
win their second game of the season. The 
following Saturday saw the disheartened 
West Virginia team suffer defeat at the 
hands of Penn State. A fumble recovery 
by State on the West Virginia 38-yard 
line started the Nitt^ny Lions on their 
way to the first touchdown of the 
afternoon. After this costly mistake, the 
Lions refused to let up. The home team's 
only score came on a 9-yard run by 
quarterback Tom Digon. 





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WVU 14 KENTUCKY 14 
WVU 35 CITADEL O 



Homecoming at Mountaineer Field held many 
surprises for WVU fans. Heavily favored Kentucky 
found West Virginia much more of a challenge than 
expected. Unheralded third-strong quarterback Pete 
Secret was the hero of the day as he bluffed the 
Kentucky team all afternoon. Resorting to the old 
option play. Secret gained 139 yards on 20 carries. 
West Virginia could not hold on to their 14-7 lead as 
Kentucky's offense tied the score. Sparked by the 
brilliant play of the week before, Carlen directed the 
spirited Mountaineers to a 35-0 run over the Citadel. 
Led by the running of Garrett Ford, the West Virginia 
team was never in trouble. Ford set two University 
rushing records in this game. At this time his totals 
were 928 yards for the season and 1 822 yards total. As 
in most of the games to this point, the defensive unit 
was led by promising sophomore linebacker Baker 
Brown. 





WVU 21 
WVU 7 



GEORGE WASHINGTON 6 
SYRACUSE 34 





Wingback Steve Edwards raced for 
two touchdowns to lead West Virginia to 
a 21-6 victory over George Washington. 
Although the Mountaineers came out on 
top, G-W dominated the play as errors 
stopped West Virginia three times. 
Chuck Kinder broke the WVU school 
record for the most consecutive extra 
points by kicking three, giving him 20 
without a miss. The Colonials were 
finally overcome by a hard-driving 
Mountaineer team. The final game of the 
season proved to be too much for the 
smaller and weaker West Virginia team 
as Syracuse rolled over the Mountaineer 
team 34-7. Ail-American candidate 
Floyd Little was in his usual form as he 
scored two touchdowns and ran for 127 
yards. Garrett Ford finished the season 
for West Virginia with a year-end total of 
1068 yards, a new Southern Conference 
record. 



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KNEELING: Mike Chvalevich, Carl Hatfield, Walt Henslar. STANDING: 
Coach Stan Romanowski, Ted Dreisinger, Tony Perna, Ray Schulz. 



Although it was a disappointing cross country season at the 
University, new varsity records were set, and Carl Hattield placed 
26th in the NCAA meet at Lawrence, Kansas. Hatfield, who is only 
a sophomore, also placed second in the Southern Conference 
Championship. Brightening the outlook for the next year is the 
prospect of five returning lettermen. All five letter-winners will be 
trying to better this year's 3-5 record and to improve the fourth place 
finish in the Southern Conference. Other top returning lettermen 
include Mike Chvalavich and Walt Hensler. 




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1 RUNT ROW: Jim Barto;,. John Sleuail. I raiKis Beaujon. Ron 
McEachen, Nev Weirich, Frank Jernejcic, John Pomery, Loyal Dean. 
MIDDLE ROW: Jack Shannon, Bob Joyce, Joe Topley, John Har- 
vey, John Meeuwissen, Ray Diaz, Ben Farquhar. BACK. ROW: 



Head Loach Oicg \l\cis, Manager Terry Parfitt. Terry Crabtree, 
Bill Lanza, Tom Fisher, Dennis Krupa, Tom Breit, Chris Nwobodo, 
Nick Ivahnenko, Tom Parke. Assistant Coach Ray Lockridge, Man- 
ager Bob Paul. 



After only six years of varsity soccer, the 
Mountaineer team received an invitation to participate 
in the NCAA regional playoffs, one of only 16 teams in 
the nation to be so honored. Also for the second 
straight year, the experienced soccermen won the 
Southern Conference Championship. Led by Jack 
Shannon and Tom Parke, with added effort by John 
Stewart, the team compiled an outstanding 1 3-2 
record, losing only to Akron and Temple. Next season 
seems to hold an even better future with only five letter- 
winners graduating. 




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With a record of 19 wins and 9 
defeats. Coach Bucky Waters led his 
Mountaineer basketball team to a record 
identical to that of the previous year. 
This year a Southern Conference 
Championship was added. 

The game highlights this year added 
new interest to Mountaineer Basketball. 
West Virginia took on two Big Ten teams 
and beat them both, Illinois and 
Minnesota. Another highlight was 
winning two out of three games from 
their top Southern Conference rival, 
Davidson. Leading the team this year 
were the big three of Ron Williams, Carl 
Head, and Dave Reaser. Williams and 
Head both averaged 20 points a game. If 
Reaser had not been held to three points 
in the final game against Princeton, he 
would have added another 20-point man 
to the team; his average was 19.9. 

Carl Head easily broke Jerry West's 
record for shooting percentage during a 
varsity career. His average for two 
seasons was 53.0 while West compiled a 
50.8 average. Head was further honored 
when he was chosen Tri-State Man of the 
year. 




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Honors for the year went as follows: 
Williams was high scorer with 563 
points, Head compiled the highest 
average with a 20.5 average, and Bob 
Benfield led the team in rebounds with 
323. The team attained the Top Ten list 
in scoring with an average of 87.2 points 
per game which placed them ninth in the 
national standing. Coach Waters is 
optimistic for the coming year and feels 
that next year's team can better this 
year's record. Big losses for the season 
will be Benfield (who was drafted by the 
New York Knickerbockers) and Head. 
Waters will have to find two outstanding 
replacements, but with the talent on the 
freshman team and the tremendous job 
that has been done recruiting, this will be 
a little easier. 



Former assistant coach George Krajack, now new head coach 
at Xavier University, Cincinnati. 




ROW 1: Ed Harvard, Lewis Hale, Norman Holmes, Wayne Grimm. ROW 2: Dave Reaser, 
Greg Ludwig, Dick Penrod, Bob Benfield. ROW 3: Dave Palmer, Ron Williams, Larry 
Seafert, Carl Head, Jim Lewis. 



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59 


East Carolina home 


55 


73 


William and Mary at Charleston 


67 


99 


VMI home 


75 


90 


Illinois home 


88 


103 


Richmond home 


75 


86 


Washington State at Portland 


92 


93 


Minnesota at Portland 


88 


87 


St. Louis at Portland 


107 


93 


Davidson away (20T) 


97 


81 


Maryland home (OT) 


82 


91 


VMI at Charleston 


77 


102 


Pitt away 


78 


99 


Penn State away 


102 


97 


Detroit home 


84 


61 


Maryland away 


58 


86 


Davidson home 


83 


75 


Duke at Greensboro 


91 


81 


Pitt home 


62 


71 


St. John's away 


83 


104 


Syracuse away 


118 


83 


Penn State home 


67 


105 


Richmond away 


93 


94 


George Washington away 


73 


127 


George Washington home 


97 


82 


East Carolina in S.C. Tournament 


53 


82 


Richmond in S.C. Tournament 


70 


81 


Davidson in S.C. Tournament 


65 


57 


Princeton in NCAA Tournament 


68 




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SCORES 





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TEAM 


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WVU 






101 


West Virginia Tech 


52 


93 


Morris Harvey 


85 


91 


Davis and Elkins 


61 


79 


Maryland 


92 


109 


Wash, and Jeff. 


45 


93 


Duquesne 


84 


92 


Fairmont State 


78 


87 


Pittsburgh 


74 


83 


Maryland 


76 


96 


Youngstown 


75 


61 


Kentucky 


100 


97 


Westminister 


83 


64 


Pittsburgh 


59 


77 


Duquesne 


67 




FRESHMEN TEAM— KNEELING: Reid Mclntyre, Wayne Porter. SITTING: Steve Dart, 
John Piccolomini, Marvin Snowden, Bob Hummell, Bob Willis, Frank Brooks. STANDING: 
Gary Shaffer, assistaiil coach: Dennis Peterson, George Krajack, head coach: Jim Green. Oscar 
Patrick, Bill Simonton, manager. 



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FRONT ROW: Dick Jamieson, Dick Kitchen, Dan Gatsinos, Ed Ehler. Ron Curfman. BACK 
ROW: Tom Yester. manager: Bob Stewart, Mike Knaggs, Jack Carter, Danny Deem, Doug 
Boyer. 



Outstanding form and balance were the 
characteristics of this year's Mountaineer gymnastic 
team. Led by all-around performer Ed Ehler, the 
versatile team compiled an impressive 12 — 1 record, 
losing only to Pitt. Highlighting the best year in the 
history of gymnastics at WVU was a first-place finish 
in the Southern Intercollegiate Gymnastic League. 
Coach Bill Bonsall's career also came to a climax as he 
was named SIGL Coach of the Year. This year's 
success may be attributed to the depth of the squad 
which it has lacked in the past. The mainspring in the 
attack this year was Captain Ehler who placed first in 
the all-around competition at the SIGL. Although 
Ehler will be gone next year, the season looks as if it 
will be another outstanding one for Coach Bonsall. 



Captain Ed Ehler 




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Four year All-American Dean Bahrman 



With the loss of three All-American shooters, 
the National Champion rifle team failed to retain 
their national standing. Although last year's 
scores still remain as the National Rifle 
Association's all time record, the best this year's 
team could do was second in the international 
competition and third in the conventional. Led by 
four-time All-American Dean Bahrman, the team 
won the Southern Conference Title. Jerry Luh 
was again named to the second All-American 
team. On the whole new team coach Joe Cravens 
was pleased with this year's performance and is 
looking forward to regaining the National 
Championship during the 1967-1968 season. 




FRONT ROW: Warren Ives, Donna Leggett, Nick Conger, Dean Bahrman, Bob Roberts, 
Allen McFarland. SECOND' ROW: Coach Joe Cravens, Burke Pinnell, Steve Miller, Jerry 
Luh, Brent Jones, Bill Gifford, manager: Assistant Coach Jack Writer. 



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Coach Steve Harrick's final season as 
wrestling coach saw the grapplers win 
second place in the Southern Conference. 
Forming the foundation for next year's 
team are Southern Conference 
Champions Jim Stevens in the 1 37-lb. 
class and Don Killen in the 1 30-lb. class. 
The success of the team this year was 
hurt when SC champ and co-captain Bill 
Zimmerman was injured and unable to 
complete the season. Returning next year 
to try and better this year's 9 — 3 record 
will be seven lettermen. 




FRONT ROW: Rick Tucci, Jeff Flickinger, Francis Pavlovich, Jim Stevens, Don Killen. Mike 
Benson, Bill Zimmerman, captain: Mike DeFrank. BACK ROW: Stan Rominoski, manager; 
Len Lisenbee, Gary Brown, Bill Hazard, Gil Reel, Angelo Gianni, Pat Henry, Tom Beuglas, 
Coach Steve Harrick. 



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FRONT ROW: Greg Evers, Tom Greenstreet, Bob Clancy, Phil Brown, Ralph Gilbert, Bill 
Lanham, John Noffsinger. SECOND ROW: Craig McKay, Barry Fisher, Dave Yendrall, Fred 
Kolano, Glenn Gabrelcik, Ron Bugaj, Tom Kelly. BACK ROW: Coach Kevin Gilson, Assist- 
ant Coach Jim Riffle, Ron McEachen, Tom Gulliford, Gene Reiff, co-captains: John Cunning- 
ham, Ed Ehler, Jim Gwynne, manager: John Looney. 



The Southern Conference swimming 
finals this year found team co-captain 
Gene Reiff capturing first place for the 
University team in five years. Also, the 
team placed higher than it had in many 
years by gaining the third spot. Although 
the team record was a somewhat 
disappointing 6 — 8, this by no means 
reflected the type of year the team had, 



nor does it give any indication of the 
outstanding performances by team 
members. Another standout was junior 
co-captain Tom Gulliford who promises 
to better the team record in the coming 
season. In his first year as head coach, 
Kevin Gilson is on his way to building 
one of the finest teams in the Southern 
Conference. 





Southern Conference champ Gene Reiff. 



Coach Gilson and co-captain Gulliford. 



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Loss of four key men on last year's 
team made this a hard year for Coach 
Foster. But his young team used all the 
ability they had and compiled a 6 win- 
6 loss season. Although experience 
was not the main characteristic of the 
team, this will be a main virtue next 
year. Leading the team this year were 
Bob Pruett and Tom Hanna. All but 
Hanna will return next season. 

This was the end of an outstanding 
16-year stint as coach of West Virginia's 
tennis team for Coach Foster. He ends 
this season with an 83-81 all-time 
record. In July Coach Foster will assume 
his new duties as chairman of the 
University English Department. 



Tom Hanna 



Coach Riicl Foster, Tom Hanna, Bob Pruett 




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ROW I: Ron Mallicone, Steve Hague, captain: Mark Karl. ROW 2: Paul Williams, Richard 
Ault, Robert Ault. Bob Frankhauser. 



Captain Hague 



Coach Charley Hockenberry's 1967 
edition of the Mountaineer Golf team 
found it had its work cut out for it if it 
wanted to live up to last year's 1 1-4 
record. With only one returning 
letterman. Captain Steve Hague, the 
golfers were unable to compile such a 
record. The season ended with a 
6-7-1 record. 

The early starting date of the season 
along with a grueling 10-game road trip 
in 25 days resulted in the Mountaineer 
team getting off to a bad start. Coach 
Hockenberry does believe though that 
this year's squad has the potential of last 
year's. 

Prospects for next spring look 
extremely promising with Hague being 
the only key player that will graduate. 
The home matches will be played on the 
grounds of Lakeview Country Club which 
is rated as one of the nation's best 
courses. 




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ROW 1 : Walt Hensler, Bill Legge, Mike Chvalevich, co-captain; Ken Bennett, Dean Cunningham, 
Carl Hatfield, K. O. Damron, Ray Schultz. ROW 2: Coach Stan Romanoski, Bill Kerns, Jim 
Bitonti, Bill Eadie, co-captain: Dave Horner, Ted Dreisinger, Bill Walters, Bob Whiting, Bob 
Ward, Tim Kirby, manager. Not pictured: Herb Snyder. 




The track team, handicapped by having only 17 men, finished with 
a surprisingly good record. The team won all five of its dual meets 
and made respectable appearances at several relays, including the 
Penn Relays, a Philadelphia invitational. The team set nine new 
WVU records during the season. New marks were recorded in the 
indoor mile and two-mile, the outdoor mile, two-mile and three-mile, 
the mile relay, the distance medley, the 440 intermediate hurdles and 
the pole vault. 

Sophomore Carl Hatfield established new records indoors for the 
mile and two-mile. Outdoors, he ran the mile in 4: 14.4 while 
establishing a new two-mile time at 9:06 and a three-mile mark at 
14;04. The new record of 3:23.3 in the mile relay was set by a team 
composed of Ted Driesinger, Bill Eadie, Bill Kerns, and Herb Snyder. 
This new mark chopped . 1 second ofl" the old record. In the distance 
medley, the team of Chvalevich, Driesinger, Hatfield, and Hensler 
established a new WVU record at 10: 1 8.6. Eadie's record-breaking 
mark for the quarter mile intermediate hurdles was 56.7. Carter 
polevaulted to a new record of 15'8". Despite the small number of 
team members, they finished fourth at the Southern Conference meets. 
Prospects are bright next year as all members return except for 
Carter, who graduated. 



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ROW I: Tom Tomechko, Mike Moschel, Chuck Boggs, captain: Chuck Guth, Denny Taylor. Bob 
Beahm. Jim Clay. Jerry Meadows. Ron Fiochetta. ROW 2: Whitey Gwynne, irainer; Tom Parke. 
Tom Little. Ted Semenik. Bob Reed. Bob Tompkins. John Simpson. Jim Miller. Joe Bacha, Tom 
Brand. John Piscorik. Terry Mance. Coach Steve Harrick. 



The Mountaineer baseball team came roaring back after the end of the regular 
season to take the Southern Conference title and to gain a playoff berth against 
Auburn in the NCAA district baseball tournament. Coach Harrick's squad (22-7) 
was to take on Auburn (27-7) June 3 in the first round of the NCAA double 
elimination tournament. Hampered by snow and rain throughout pre-season drills, 
the sluggish WVU team lost four of its first seven games. Two of those losses were 
in the conference, and when the team lost a week later to league-leader East 
Carolina, a championship seemed out of reach. As the rugged 34-game, 46-day 
schedule wore on, WVU finally managed to overcome its early-season inabihties 
and rounded out a fast-moving, well-drilled Harrick baseball team. By the time 
school ended May 1, the Mountaineers had rolled out to a 19-7 record, with an 
1 1-3 conference mark. WVU was within reach of the conference title should leading 
East Carolina lose two more conference games. WVU had made arrangements 
earlier to replay a rained-out doubleheader with Richmond if it was deemed 
necessary to decide the championship. When East Carolina dropped a twinbill to 
Furman, Harrick gathered the team for two days of outdoor practice and the 
Mountaineers swept a May 19 doubleheader from the Richmond Spiders. WVU 
then whipped East Carolina 10-6 in a playoff to take the conference title. Bob 
Beahm, who came on in mid-season to take over a starting role at third base, led 
the team in batting with a .407 average. Catcher Chuck Boggs followed at .365 and 
shortstop Chuck Guth and outfielder Tom Parke were next at .323 and .322 
respectively. Jerry Meadows (6-1) and Mike Moschel (7-2) were WVU's leading 
pitchers, and both received excellent relief when needed from Ted Semenik (5-1). 



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"The 01" Strategist" 



The end of the sports year found it to 
be the end of an era — the Steve Harrick 
era. After serving the University for over 
thirty years, Coach Harriclc stepped 
down and announced his retirement. 

His service as a player, coach, and 
teacher was unequaled in the annals of 
West Virginia history. For 29 years 
Harrick was wrestling mentor. During 
these years he compiled an impressive 
record of 156 wins, 99 losses, and four 
ties. As baseball coach, his record even 
outdid the other: 331 wins, 160 losses, 
and one tie. He was truly a remarkable 
coach. 

The large circle of friends, players, 
and fans gathered on May 12, 1967, to 
pay tribute to Harrick. Over 200 people 
attended a testimonial dinner at the 
Holiday Inn. He was presented a lifetime 
pass to all University sports events and a 
1967 Plymouth Belvedere. The job which 
Harrick held with such enthusiasm and 
drive is now held by two men — one for 
wrestling and one for baseball. 



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Son Tom Harrick, WVU '60; Art Rooney, Harrick's roommate at Indiana University, Pa., now 
owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers; Mr. and Mrs. Harrick. 



Signing in is Alfred "Greasy" Neale, 
football coach from 1931 to 1933. 





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has long been a part of the University community. It 
was first pubHcly recognized and recorded in the 1925 
Monticola when Mary Lafferty was elected by the male 
students on campus as the most beautiful coed in a 
contest sponsored by the Monticola. 

Miss Lafferty retained the title in 1926, while for the 
next three years the title was held by Mary Jo 
Matthews of Mannington. 

Through the years many and varied queens have 
appeared on the campus which included a Junior Prom 
Queen, a Society Queen, a Miss West Virginia and 
finally the Monticola Queen. 

The men on campus have also been a part of 
Royalty Section appearing almost as early as the coeds 
when in 1927 the Best Dressed Man was included in 
the Monticola. Other titles reserved for the males have 
included the "Most Wanted Man on Campus", Lord of 
Spring and Joe College who was selected along with 
Sally Coed. 




Preceding the present day "Best Dressed 
Coed" was the Best Dressed Man which was won 
in 1931 by Charles Hart. The first of the current 
Best Dressed Coeds was Mary Jo Brown who 
won the title in 1965. 




In 1948, Emma Lou Randall was selected as the first Miss Mountaineer in a 
contest sponsored by the Monticola. Mr. Mountaineer joined Miss Mountaineer in 
1962 when Barbara Mummart and Ralph Bean Jr. won the titles. The two are 
chosen on the basis of leadership, personality, and service to the University. Shown 
above is Barbara Romano, Miss Mountaineer 1959, escorted by Jim Ritchie. 



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Taking its cue from a publicized feature of the Louisiana State Homecoming, 
Moonshine, beginning in 1939, sponsored a contest to select a Homecoming 
Queen, who was crowned between halves of the Homecoming game. Mary Lou 
Bullard of Wheeling was the Queen in 1939. The lovely coed shown above is Edith 
Poling who was the 1959 Homecoming Queen and first attendant to Miss 
Monticola. 





Selected each spring by the Greek 
organizations on campus is the Greek 
Week Queen or Helen of Troy. In 1965, 
Jill Beaty was the recipient of the title. 



Perhaps the best known queen ever to attend the 
University was Ella Dee Kessel who in 1964 won the 
titles of Miss Monticola and Miss Morgantown. Later 
that summer in the Miss West Virginia Contest, Ella 
Dee once again walked off with top honors and the 
right to represent the state in the Miss America 
Pageant at Atlantic City in September. At the Miss 
America Pageant, Ella Dee represented West Virginia 
well and was named as the second attendant to Vonda 
Kay Van Dyke, Miss America 1965. 



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Each fall the Monlicola sponsors a contest to select the 
girl who will officially introduce the Royalty Section. She 
best represents the beauty and photographic charm possessed 
by the University co-eds. 

Of the sixteen girls nominated by the various men's 
organizations on campus, Miss Monticola, her two 
attendants and the campus favorites were chosen to compose 
the court. 

It is with pride that the 1967 Monticola presents Miss 
Linda Stuart as Miss Monticola for the University's 100th 
Anniversary year. 





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Gamma Sorority and has held membership in Angel 
Flight. One of last year's Motuicola Favorites, Linda 
was sponsored in the contest by Alpha Phi Omega, 
national service fraternity. 



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Sherry Fultz, this year's lovely Greek Week 
queen, symbolically represents all the fraternities 
on campus. Therefore, her picture introduces a 
new section in the Monticola. 

During the year, most of the fraternities honor 
one coed by naming her their sweetheart. Most of 
the girls are presented to the groups at annual 
formals. However, the Monticola wanted to share 
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began as small local organizations and grew to become 
chapters of strong and well-known national groups. At 
first the fraternities and sororities were strictly socially 
oriented and concerned mainly with increasing their 
membership. The houses were old and small and their 
membership was minimal. Gradually, under national 
guidance, the groups grew stronger and became aware 
of their duty to the University. Their development has 
been gradual but strong and ceaseless. 

Throughout the University's one hundred years, 
many Greek groups, both national and local, have been 
founded on campus. West Virginia Alpha chapter of 
Phi Kappa Psi was the first permanently established 
fraternity. It was chartered May 23, 1890. Phi Sigma 
Kappa was the second national here. In 1895, Mu Mu 
chapter of Sigma Chi took its place. 1 897 brought two 
fraternities: Alpha Rho of Kappa Alpha Order and 
Alpha Gamma of Phi Kappa Sigma. Mu Pi Lambda 
was organized in 1898, and 1899 saw the appearance 
of the first sorority, Phi Pi Alpha, a local sorority now 
non-existent. 




Phi Sigma Kappa, 1896 



Phi Kappa Sigma, 1901 



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Beta Psi chapter of Beta Theta Pi, 
Gamma Delta chapter of Delta Tau 
Delta, and Theta Nu Epsilon were 
established in 1900. The year 1901 
brought the founding of Beta Gamma, 
one of the many organizations which did 
not stand the test of time, as was the fate 
of Theta Nu Epsilon. In the two years 
that followed no new fraternities or 
sororities were organized. However, in 
1903, Beta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
was established. In 1904. Alpha Theta 
chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha and Gamma 
Pi chapter of Sigma Nu were chartered. 
1905 brought Iota chapter of Alpha Xi 
Delta on May 8 and Chi Omega on 
June 2. Phi Kappa Tau (since then 
disbanded), and Beta Upsilon chapter of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma were both 
organized in 1906. 




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Delta Tau Delta. 1908 



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Kappa Delta local sorority. 1900 



The decade of the 19 lO's brought with it only one national 
sorority. West Virginia chapter of Pi Beta Phi. The year, 1919, was 
an ironic year of five national Greek organizations which did not 
survive. In that year Delta Sigma Sigma, Phi Delta Lambda, Alpha 
Theta Zeta, Tau Delta Theta, and Phi Alpha Pi were organized. 
During the 1920's, the number of Greek organizations practically 
doubled. No fraternities were organized in 1920, but Alpha Kappa 
chapter of Theta Chi came to West Virginia University in 1921. 
1922 brought Pi Lambda Phi and Sigma Lambda Pi, both now gone; 
Alpha Xi Chapter of Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi chapter of Kappa 
Sigma, which are still here. Five Greek organizations were 
established in 1923. They were Pi chapter of Alpha Phi Delta, Rho 
chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon, local Chi Delta Theta sorority, local 
Tau Theta Rho fraternity, and local Delta Kappa Psi fraternity. 
Alpha Upsilon chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Lambda Phi (now 
defunct), and Alpha Gamma Rho were established here in 1924, 
while local Delta Epsilon fraternity was founded in 1925. 



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One local sorority, Pi Tau Delta, and Phi Delta 
Theta came to Morgantown in 1926. Upsilon chapter 
of Phi Sigma Delta was founded in 1926. Two more 
fraternities were organized in 1928. They were Phi 
Alpha and Kappa Mu, the last local fraternities which 
were unsuccessfully attempted. Kappa Mu"s original 
house is now Newman Hall. Phi Mu was also 
organized in the twenties but decreased membership 
during the war forced disbandment. Two sororities. 
Alpha Pi chapter of Gamma Phi Beta and Beta Iota 
chapter of Alpha Phi were established in 1930. Alpha 
Sigma Phi was organized in 1931, the last national 
fraternity to later deactivate. 



Kappa Delta, 1967 (see page 268) 




The A D Pis, Mountaineer Weekend, 1960 



For twenty years, from 1931 to 1951, 
no new Greek organizations were 
established. Finally in 1951, Beta Pi 
chapter of Kappa Delta was formed. The 
newest fraternity organized was Lambda 
Chi Alpha, chartered in 1953. Two years 
later, Phi Iota of Delta Delta Delta 
sorority arrived and in 1965, Omicron 
chapter of Sigma Delta Tau was 
established. It still remains the youngest 
Greek group on campus. 



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Socially, academically, and 
athletically, the Greeks have and will 
continue to play major roles. Such 
activities as desserts, open houses, floats, 
intramurals, and service projects make 
up a large part of their reason for 
existence. Academically, the Greeks are 
proud of their high scholarship. 
Leadership, attractiveness, and 
intelligence are integral facets of each 
group. 

Membership today is large, the houses 
are newer and more comfortable, and the 
goals of the members are always 
advancing. Today the Greeks strive to 
better the University and themselves. 
Their history is long and impressive. The 
Greek system will continue to grow in 
prestige, with strengthened pride in the 
past and increased hope for the future. 




Gamma Phi Beta, 617 Spruce Street 



Phi Kappa Psi, 780 Spruce Street 




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alpha delta pi 

The A D Pi's have assembled in court today in an 
attempt to convict a thief. During the past year it 
seems that there has been an extreme scarcity of time, 
and the sisters arc attempting to find the robber of this 
priceless commodity. Many witnesses were called to 
the stand and presented evidence. It was discovered 
that time is necessary for social, service and scholastic 
activities. Float building, open houses, slumber parties, 
and desserts were accused of stealing much time. 
Community projects and plans for an Easter seal drive 
also were among those accused. The Panhellenic 
scholarship improvement trophy was presented as 
material evidence that time also has been stolen by 
studies. After the presentation of this evidence the 
verdict was not guilty. This decision was based on the 
fact that even though the sisters lead a very busy life 
and time seems scarce, the thieves are not "bad guys", 
but important and worthwhile facets of Alpha Delta Pi. 



1. Jeanie Fuller 


22. Donna Baisden 


2. Vanyla Schwartz 


23. Barbara Owens 


-?. Nancy Jacobs 


24. Mary Bee Faust 


4. Mary Pat Kasun 


25. Sue Cunningham 


president 


26. Chris Zdilla 


5. Marly McMichael 


27. Nancy Hess 


recording secretary 


28. Carolyn Snyder 


6. Mary Hope 


29. Pat Smith 


7. Pam Nutter 


30. Micki German 


8. Nancy Bremer 


3 1 . Carol Cooley 


9. Susan Dyer 


panhellenic representative 


10. Lynne Ashley 


32. Abbey Abernathy 


social chairman 


33. Patti Dills 


11. Sue DeHaven 


34. Candi Fogle 


12. Bunny Krese 


35. Jean Powers 


1.1. Diane Somiak 


36. Joann Sterle 


14. Ann Vignovic 


rush chairman 


15. Jeanne Heindel 


il . Ginny Myers 


treasurer 


38. Mary Ann Hoover 


16. Janis Khoury 


39. Sally Ullum 


17. Linda Sebelia 


40. Jane Lawyer 


18, Marty Squires 


41. Pam Kuhn 


19. SueHawley 


42. Connie Barnette 


20. Sandy Gore 


registrar 


reporter-historian 


43. Dee Hoffman 


2 1 . Suzy Sphar 





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1 . Danny Vander Woude 


19. Dick Mulledy 


2. Wayne Dunn 


20. Paul Shockey 


3. Philip Harpold 


21. Charles Miller 


4. P. W. Rhcxles 


22. Bob Christopher 


social chairman 


23. Ray Schaney 


5. Ed Blevins 


24. Larry Moore 


first vice-president 


25. Blix McNeill 


6. Doug Wade 


president 


7. Jim Caldwell 


26. Roger Durham 


8. Dave Guzy 


treasurer 


9. Bob Hunter 


11. Allen Grey 


10. Dave Bricker 


28. Shawn Sorrell 


11. BobDailey 


29. Paul Isminger 


12. GailTacy 


30. Dave Heishman 


13. Bill McGowan 


peon king 


14. Don Stephens 


31. Jim Dunn 


15. Lance Kauf 


32. Dean Bahrman 


pledgemaster 


secretary 


16. SamSkeen 


33. Dave Boyer 


17. Bob Hoppough 


34. Dave Strieker 


18. BobHayden 


second vice-president 



alpha gamma rho 

Alpha Gamma Rho is the agriculture and forestry 
fraternity. Our house, located at 206 Grant Avenue, is 
a place where men with an interest in agriculture, 
forestry, and related fields can find fellowship with 
others of similar interests. 

The fraternity ranks high scholastically. Last 
semester, we ranked fourth among the other Greek 
fraternities on campus. AGR's also actively participate 
in intramurals. Last semester we took third place in the 
B league. 

The social calendar includes AGR weekend in April, 
with the Pink Rose Formal as the highlight of the 
weekend. In addition to the Spring formal, we have a 
semi-formal Autumn Ball, annual Clodhoppers Ball, 
several casual and costume parties, and desserts and 
listening parties with sororities and co-ed dormitories. 



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1. Earl Griffith 
secretary 

2. Joseph DiCaro 
pledge master 

3. Loyal Dean 

4. WiUiam Hawkins 

5. Angelo Gianni 
vice-president 

6. Michael Lutz 

7. James Panetta 

8. Raymond Diaz 
president 

9. James Sine 
treasurer 



alpha phi delta 

High scholastic achievements are the primary aims 
of the brothers of Alpha Phi Delta; however, an equal 
degree of emphasis is placed upon social activities. In 
April, the Carnation Ball is the biggest event on the 
Alpha Phi Delta calendar. During the week of the 
formal, the brothers go all out for the event, having a 
picnic party, a banquet, and a final celebration to top 
off this, our formal. 

Highlighting the events remaining on the social 
schedule is the "Mafia Party." Flapper dresses and pin- 
stripe suits are the order of the day, capturing the 
glamour and excitement of the Roaring Twenties as only 
the brothers of Alpha Phi Delta can do. 



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1. Donna McDaniel 

2. Shirley Fisher 

3. Andi Hopkins 

4. Mindy Pierce 

5. Mary Morris 

6. Judy Squires 

7. Pam Wehner 

8. Mary Fowler 

9. Judy Earhart 

10. Ressa Kappel 

1 1. Caroline Hunter 

12. Wendy Meyers 
recording secreuiry 

13. Janis Killan 

14. Ellen Fisher 

15. Karen Eid wards 
president 

16. Cindy Brown 

17. Susan Downs 

18. Mary Low Christina 

19. Betty White 

20. Barbara Beavers 

21. Margaret Keifer 
chaplain 

22. Linda Zimmer 

23. Mary Kay Flynn 

24. Shelley Audia 

25. Sue Norton 

26. Pam Hendricks 



27. Kandi Grueser 

28. Becky Cook 

29. Izzy De Marco 

30. Shirley Nasser 

3 1 . Carman Snodgrass 

32. Linda Pignanelli 

33. Joann Warcholic 

34. Sue Morgan 

35. Jean Ivans 

36. Becky Rumble 

37. Fran Hardman 

38. Margaret Russell 

39. Susan Simmans 
house president 

40. Mary Jo Blanco 

41. Sharon Klag 
corresponding secretary 

42. Darlene Groves 

43. Colleen D'Orazio 

44. Janice Haver 

45. Elain& Meier 

46. Carrie Farnsworth 

47. Stephanie Shreve 
48.Terrie Hertznell 

also: 

Becca Keeney 
pledge trainer 
Carolyn Braemsen 
second vice-president 



alpha phi 



Caught up in a whirlwind of educational and service 
projects, the Alpha Phi's still find time for social 
relaxation, as they do here, in the glamorous 
atmosphere of the Montmartre. Socially, Alpha Phi 
holds many inter-sorority buffets and desserts, some of 
them being with campus fraternities. Listening parties 
spark the afternoon activities, along with after-game 
receptions at the house. Alpha Phi sponsors a cultural 
series, which brings an important speaker to the house 
about once a month. A highlight in Alpha Phi's social 
schedule is the Annual Spring Formal, held this year at 
Mont Chateau, where dinner is served before the dance. 

To support the national philanthropy, the American 
Heart Association, the entire chapter campaigned to 
raise a $500 contribution to the Heart Fund. 



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1 . Fred Tattersall 

2. John Capito 

3. Tom Gulliford 

4. Rod Moore 

5. Larry Hyre 

6. Tim Cross 

7. Jim Mavroleon 

8. John Ash 

9. Tom Wilkerson 

10. Mike Fahey 

11. Mike Buffa 

12. Randy Newland 
vice president 

13. Rich Mann 

14. Ray Wenstrom 

15. Joe Buffa 

16. Greg Campbell 

17. John Leatham 
treasurer 

18. Hugh Avis 

19. Steve Annand 

20. Jim Butts 

21. Fran Warder 
corresponding secretary 

22. Bob Webb 



23. Nick Ammar 

24. Joe Luchini 

25. Joe Topley 

26. Steve McGuire 

27. John Reuter 

28. Tom Arman 

29. Charles Rogers 

30. Terry Thomas 

31. Duke Duncan 

32. John Brown 

33. Wayne Hildebrand 

34. Tim Bowe 

35. Guy Kump 

36. Mike Grant 

37. Dave Flannery 

38. Chris Beall 

39. Drew Zepp 

40. Dave Capito 

41. JohnMuffly 

42. John Depolo 

43. Pat Fragile 
president 

44. Tom Ewald 

45. Jim Whiteley 

46. Steve Boekell 

47. Ron Feits 



48. John Doppelheuer 

49. Ernie Lewis 

50. Bob Sill 

51. Jack Bara 

52. Howard Armstrong 

53. Mark Stevens 

54. Ed Altizer 

55. Doug Rockwell 

56. Dave Cook 

57. Pat Buffa 

58. Ken Coleman 

59. Hugh Barrie 

60. Jack Light 

61. Dave Fleming 

62. Jack Edwards 

63. Jim Boyd 

64. Dan Kusic 

65. Don Tordolino 

66. Rick Allison 

67. Craig Selby 

68. Poke Beall 

69. Dennis Schrader 

70. Doc Carter 

71. Jim Rowley 

72. Vic Mowtschan 



beta theta pi 

Here they are! The 1966-67 Beta team. This 
bold breed, members of the oldest national at 
W.V.U., seeks with new enthusiasm the 
rewarding ideals of Beta Theta Pi. In this 
tradition, the year was highlighted by campus 
leadership; scholastic, athletic, and social 
prominence — deeds which reflect the true Beta 
spirit. Hence, enriched and energized by a deep 
feeling of Beta-hood, the Brothers continue to 
pursue and reach distinction in the myriad of 
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delta tan delta 

Wide and varied are the interests of the men of 
Delta Tau Delta. The interests are typified by 
Delt membership in numerous honoraries and 
services all about campus. Graduate and 
professional schools from engineering to medicine 
include many. Delta Tau Delta is also well 
represented in sports, having participated in 
nearly every sport on campus. Scholarship and 
good marks being the primary .interests of each 
member. Delta Tau Delta seeks a balance 
between this scholastic concern and the social 
aspects of college life. The Delts engage in a 
complete social schedule each semester, enjoying 
such affairs as the Sewer Party and Roman Orgy. 
Above all, the fundamental trait common to each 
Delt is an adherent brotherhood conceived to 
endure a lifetime. 



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1 . Tom Harless 


30. Dave Morford 


50. Mike Cunningham 


2. Gary Mulholland 


31. Gary Riley 


51. Butch MacArthur 


3. Ed Altera 


32. Steve Lindsey 


52. Mike Metz 


4. John Moore 


33. Tom Hawse 


53. Vance Smith 


5. Mike Furey 


34. Tim Board 


54. Dave Sarver 


6. Kib Lewis 


35. Tom Stealey 


55. John Neal 


7. George Chandler 


36. Bill Rogowski 


56. Chuck Carspecken 


8. Tim Stover 


37. Pete Smith 


57. Tom Carnohan 


9. Darryl Nabors 


38. Bruce Havekotte 


58. Wayne Sinclair 


10. Danny Humphrey 


39. Dick Grady 


59. Bill Zimmerman 


11. Bob Coralline 


40. Tom Smusz 


60. Guy Page 


12. Scott McKinney 


41. John Gray 


61. Dave McCue 


13. Steve Brown 


asxixtant treasurer 


62. Chris Bursky 


14. Dean Arnold 


42. Paul Rosso 


63. Dave McCandless 


15. MikeChipley 


recording secretary 


64. Bill Tatterson 


16. Bob Hamstead 


43. Gene D'Orazio 


65. Scotty Stevenson 


17. Whitey Gwynne 


treasurer 


66. John Beddow 


18. Jeff Dyer 


44. Mike Musulin 


67. Gary Harsanyi 


19. Wayne Gandee 


corresponding secretary 


68. Jim Dunkelberger 


20. George Vetter 


45. Gene Ayers 


69. Tony Bonidy 


21. Steve Nix 


vice president 


70. Sonny Romino 


22. Mike Giiisti 


46. Don Rees 


71. Bob Browning 


23. Clair Hawkins 


president 


72. Ray Vine 


24. Ernie Hays 


47. Larry Sheets 


73. D. J. Romino 


25. Bob Phillis 


house manager 


74. Jim Arnold 


26. Danny Chandler 


48. Larry Campbell 


75. Mike Walker 


27. John "Doc" Richmond 


assistant house manager 


76. Marshall Lyall 


28. Ken Jacqiioit 


49. Dave Black 


77. Hoppy Turner 


29. Phil Brown 


assistant house manager 









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I.Carolyn Smith 


2L Janice Duncan 


40. 


Marilyn Baker 


2. Barbara Keith 


22. Betty Lovell 




chaplain 


vice president 


23. Chris Mazza 


41 


Ginny Elmore 


3. Marci Reid 


24. Carol Stewart 


42 


Mary Jane McClung 


4. Jeanne Law 


25. Susan White 


43 


Ann Akers 


5. Karen Sanders 


26. Linda Reed 


44 


Diane Sayre 


6. Jody Deem 


27. Kathy Guinn 




president 


7. Ann Place 


28. Cindy Cannon 


45 


Rose Risovich 


8. Kathy Fish 


29. Jackie Bennett 


46 


Carol Watson 


9. Ellen Reid 


30. Libby Bish 




membership chairman 


10. Debbie McMechen 


31. Judy Heaton 


47 


Andrea Davisson 


11. Martha Fulks 


32. Shelley Poindexter 


48 


Nancy Nottingham 


12. Linda Clark 


33. Elaine Bizub 


49 


Martha Johnson 


13. Joyce Goncaware 


34. Judy Martino 




also: 


14. Jo Anne McGuirk 


35. Carol Bauld 




Vicki Shumate 


1.*;. Carol Babcock 


36. Ruth Russell 




recording secretary 


16. Martha Dickie 


37. Carol Beneke 




Beth Davidson 


17. Mary Beth Gilligan 


38. Bette Parsons 




corresponding secretary 


18. Vicki Booth 


treasurer 




Diane Dickson 


19. Diane Bennett 


39, Paula May 




pledge trainer 


20. Deanie Stone 









alpha xi delta 

Here are the Alpha Xi's. No matter where they 
are, they have fun. Even on the playground, they 
have a "swingin' " good time. 

Throughout the year, the Puzzles work 
together in various activities. Alpha Xi teams 
placed first and second in the Lamb Dressing 
Contest this year. A third win will give them 
permanent possession of the trophy. Alpha Xi's 
also placed first in the AWS Bridge Tournament. 
Other activities include making their fathers 
Honorary Fuzzies, inviting favorite professors to 
a faculty dessert, and entertaining foreign 
students. Alpha Xi's boast membership in campus 
honoraries, student government, and many 
University organizations. Many beauty queens 
also wear the quill. Across the United States, as 
well as at WVU, it's fun to be a Fuzzy. 



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I.Clint Nesler 


25. Jim Pagan 


2. Joe Robinson 


president 


historian 


26. Gregg Lund 


3. Sparky Metz 


27. Don Killen 


4. Skip Case 


28. Bill Ryan 


5. Bill Brown 


29. Steve Walker 


6. Ron Mees 


recording secretary 


7. Rick Ballengee 


30. Joe Garcia 


8. Dong Warren 


3 1 . Steve Feaster 


9. Rod Neff 


32. Bo Hooff 


10. Tom Clawson 


33. Brad Stone 


1 1. Jim Stemple 


34. Pat Esposito 


12. Larr>- Allen 


35. Brad Stuart 


13.Bill VanOrmer 


36. Larry Alvino 


14. Wayne Atkinson 


37. Pat Joseph 


15. Jerry McCormick 


38. Don Sibold 


16. Joe Frederick 


39. Bob Bogard 


17. Lee Pratt 


40. Claude Strict 


18. Herb Smith 


41. Clarke Ridgeway 


treasurer 


42. Dick McCarty 


19. EricSnder 


43. Dave Harrah 


20. Mike Spiker 


44. Ivan Schwab 


21. Jim Ashworth 


45. Dave Hardin 


22. John Esposito 


pledge trainer 


23. George Henshaw 


46. Corky Carson 


24. Rick Cavallaro 


Tim Hanley 




vice president 



kappa alpha 

"The South shall rise again" ... At least 
these KA"s are sure it will! And most of the rest 
of the campus also gets the Dixie spirit at least 
once a year — when the Old South Weekend 
arrives each spring. These Southern gentlemen, 
though their loyalty does lie south of the Mason- 
Dixon line, do take time out once in a while to 
don more normal campus garb and participate in 
many activities. This year Steve Feaster won the 
coveted title "Mr. Mountaineer". KA's were also 
members of Mountain, Sphinx, Helvetia, Order of 
the Grail, and Fi Batar Cappar. The Inter- 
Fraternity Basketball Championship is presently 
held by the KA's. Never ones to shirk their social 
duties, the fraternity enjoyed such theme parties 
as "Suppressed Desires" and "Yard and a Half" 
Yes, sir! it's been a good year for Kappa Alpha. 



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1 . Greg Damron 


20. Ray Lane 


40. Jim Morgan 


2. Danny Smith 


president 


41. Joe Bednarcik 


3. Gene Zvolensky 


21. Mark Angotti 


42. Jim Keeney 


4. Jim Scapaletto 


22. Eli Matijevich 


43. Jerry Spindler 


5. Tom Ehrensberber 


23. Phil Barkins 


44. Tony Rocco 


6. Ed McGuyer 


24. Bob Wasson 


45. Jim Azar 


7. Ray O'Neal 


treasurer 


46. Chuck Padden 


social chairman 


25. Dave Miller 


47. Snuff Mayer 


8. Terry Crabtree 


26. Ron Pinchok 


48. Ken Lipphert 


9. Nick Paul 


27. John Stewart 


49. Don Quinif 


10. Dave Fuller 


28. Jack Beals 


50. Chuck Kist 


guard 


29. Gene lannazzo 


51. Bernie Miller 


1 1. Chuck Lovinski 


guard 


house manager 


12. JimHildreth 


30. Dave Buckel 


52. Tim Orler 


13. Jim Runyan 


31. Denny Debenedetto 


53. John Straub 


vice-president 


32. Marv Hicks 


54. Mike Nasser 


14. Bill Glover 

15. Herb Lauver 

16. Ken Codellippi 

17. Andy Andrews 

18. Tom Alberg 

19. Ray Durison 


ii. Mike Germack 

34. Bill Lanza 

35. Larry Kersey 


55. Denny Nadar 

56. Denny Voso 

57. Ned Charlton 


36. Jeff Rafter 

37. Bill Groves 

38. Al Piper 

39. Mike Frino 


58. Suds McEldowney 
secretary 

59. Pete Minier 

60. Bill King 



kappa sigma 

This year Kappa Sigma welcomes the spring with 
a crisp game of golf — in February, that is. With 
Ray Lane as President, Jim Runyan as vice- 
president, Ray O'Neal as GMC, "Suds" 
McEldowney as treasurer, we have our foursome 
ready to tee off, with Bob Wasson as caddy. 

The entranced gallery is ardently following 
their favorite "Armie." Each army is hoping for a 
quick match so they may return to the Kappa 
Sigma club house for a celebration. While the 
golfing enthusiasts are on the front 9 the 
basketballers are "B" league champions. Now 
they play for the campus title. The Archers (Ray 
O'Neal and Eli Matijevich) have set a WVU 
record which should stand for a long time. The 
softballers are enroute to their first loss in two 
years. The gridiron was torn up by our all- 
campus champion footballers while the swimming 
team showed a marked improvement. 



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chi omega 

Gathered here, the sisters of Chi Omega look 
pleased and proud, and they should. Taking some 
time from other activities, they searched and 
searched and found this missing caboose. Service 
is important to the Chi 0"s and whether it is 
finding a lost caboose or helping their school they 
do it well and with a smile. Sorority activities this 
year have included spring and fall Eleusinian for 
alumnae, initiation banquet, installation of Nu 
Theta Chapter at West Liberty State College, and 
the spring formal. Striving to attain creditable 
scholarship, Chi Omega emerged as the first 
Greek organization at WVU to attain a 3.0 
academic average. Chi O's also boast the 
presidents of Chimes and Li-Toon-Awa. 
Members of the X and horseshoe have served as 
pageant chairman of Dolphins, secretary of AWS, 
vice-chairman of ACP, and members of Orchesis. 



1. Donna Gingrich 


18. Jamie Robinson 


39. Charlene Karsner 


2. Ellen Barnett 


19. Judith Lilly 


40. Vicki Ford 


3. Paul Hatfield 


20. Beth Pancake 


personnel 


4. Sherrie Calcott 


21. Connie Colvin 


41. Becky Faulkiner 


5. Jean Bibby 


secretary 


42. Valerie Lewis 


6. Susan Bell 


22. Sally Cox 


43. Barbara Smith 


7. Ann Guthrie 


23. Paula Schepp 


44. Julia Beach Morton 


8. Barbara Weyrick 


24. Janet Fisher 


45. Patricia Keesecker 


9. Susie Huffman 


25. Karen Boger 


46. Anne Gibson 


10. Linda Stuart 


26. Sarabeth Goodwin 


47. Libby Anderson 


11. Kathie George 


27. Cynthia Potesta 


48. Ellen Boddie 


social chairman 


28. Nancy Davenport 


49. Kathy McConnell 


12. Rand Burdette 


29. Louise Feitler 


50. Jorene Hilton 


house prcsideni 


30. Jean Baker 


51. Linda Hidalgo 


13. Dimi Andrews 


31. Deatra Lambert 


52. Maureen Hutchison 


rush chairman 


32. Penny Colvin 


53. Sharon Martin 


14. Sheila Sullivan 


33. Jan Kesling 


54. Patty Lohr 


vice-president 


34. Sally Vest 


55. Pamela Carr 


15. Jane Gray 


35. Carol Litz 


56. Beverly Ogden 


pledge trainer 


36. Nancy Swiger 


57. Judith Ehrgott 


16. Laurel J. Howery 


37. Caroline Curd 


58. Liz Oates 


president 


38. Francey Wilson 


59. Rosemary Dunbar 


17. Margaret Jemison 







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1 . Zack George 


13. 


Dave Judy 


2. Raymond Soroka 


14. 


Bill Roderick 


3. Harry Falvo 


15. 


John Melton 


4. Jay Chattaway 


16. 


Sal Tromonda 


5. Phil Pritchard 


17. 


Robert Thomas 


6. John Gouker 


18. 


Joe Stone 


7. John WilHams 


19. 


Rick Martik 


8. Jim Fahro 


20, 


Dave Hammond 


9. Joe Smith 


21. 


Jom Ghrist 


10. Bob Lee 


22. 


Gary Folkerts 


1 1. Greg Garrison 


23. 


Tom Nega 


12. Vernon Snyder 






president 







lambda chi alpha 

Why are the Lambda Chi's hanging on the new 
Chemistry Annex building? 

Lambda Chi Alpha is a building, growing 
organization. Our social activities prove this readily. 

From our Apple Polishers Party for the faculty to 
the Kindergarten Party, and most important, our 
Crescent Formal in the spring. Lambda Chi Alpha is 
always moving forward. 



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1. Rick Atkins 


19. Jim Howard 


2. Pat Gilbert 


20. Ed Pickett 


3. Bob Hazlett 


21. Larry Pennington 


4. Bob Sanders 


22. Bob Scott 


house manager 


23. John Malloy 


5. Ed Cassella 


24. Nick Nickolson 


6. Jon Snyder 


25. JimWigal 


treasurer 


26. Stu Armstrong 


7. Ed Tamm 


27. Brent Wilshire 


8. Neil Haislop 


28. Gary Fry 


pledge master 


29. DaveWooddell 


9. Dave LeRoy 


30. Barry Kushner 


president 


3 1 . Bruce Day 


10. Larry Smith 


32. Jack Lipphardt 


secretary 


33. Tom Chorpenninf 


11. Frank Shipper 


34. Robbie Dunn 


social chairman 


35. Howie Caton 


12. Wayne Schleicher 


36. Bob Harler 


steward 


37. Bob Keller 


13. Chris Gall 


38. Greg Bull 


14. Bill Shank 


39. Terry Travis 


15.CarlHarnish 


40. Paul Russell 


16. Max Hooper 


41. Barry McMillan 


17. Chuck Whieldon 


42. Tim Smith 


18. Bob Kornman 





phi delta theta 

Phi Delts work hard, but on the weekends they play 
hard. Pictured here in their game room, the brothers 
are taking a short break after a rough week of classes 
and are probably planning their weekend parties. Phi 
Delta Theta parties mean top entertainment, much 
dancing and plenty of refreshments for all. In the 
spring the Phi Delts are part of the largest formal on 
campus — "Miami Triad". Many excellent and well- 
known bands have furnished music in the past. The 
most anticipated event each year is the awarding of Phi 
Delta Theta's "Shorty Hicks Trophy" to the 
outstanding varsity basketball player. Pledges and 
actives both have the opportunity to bring home 
trophies through the active intramural role. 

Most important in Phi Delta Theta is the deep 
brotherhood of its men. It is truly the "fraternity for 
life." 



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1. Ann Higginbotham 


33. Marsha MacDonald 


house president 


34. Marilyn Wills 


2. Sheri Bober 


35. Sharon Jones 


3. Sharon Bailey 


36. Paula Aulabaugh 


4. Bobbie Steel 


37. Becky Rockwell 


5. Margaret Shockey 


38. Marion Harris 


6. Sandy Madich 


marshall 


7. Jackie Rockwell 


39. Paige Bouldin 


8. Kathy Seaver 


recommendations 


9. Patti McMann 


40. Judy McConkey 


10. Martha Mason 


41. Susie Serf ass 


11. Cricket Cyr 


42. Judy Humphries 


12. Cynthia Deitz 


43. Cheryl Backus 


treasurer 


44. Layne Preston 


13. Kathy Vossler 


45. Nancy Mullins 


14. Marty Lembright 


46. Camile Patteson 


15. Nancy Redifer 


chaplain 


16. Sadie John 


47. Jane Becker 


17. Diane Dalzot 


vice-president 


18. Ruby Opacic 


48. Mary K. Hill 


19. Maryann McCreedy 


49. Karen Krucik 


20. Anita Ullum 


50. Nancy Barton 


21. Beverly Hunt 


5 1 . Sharon Lind 


22. Patty Harless 


52. Liz Jones 


23. Nancy Roth 


53. Sharyn Curtis 


24. Sue Conner 


54. Betsy McCullough 


25. Sue Wooddell 


55. Bettijane Christopher 


26. Sandy Evans 


56. Mickey Ponterero 


27. Nancy McKinley 


service projects 


28. Peggy Lilly 




29. Susie Watkins 


not pictured 


30. Suzanne Lazzalle 


Jo Williams 


31. Mary Lou Diamond 


president 


32. Marie Mohr 





delta delta delta 

The line gets longer and longer, but the bath is 
just too luxurious (in such attractive 
surroundings). But Tri Deltas are far from being 
languid. First place for house decorations was 
won for Mountaineer Weekend. The president of 
Panhellenic, president of the 'Lair and editor of 
the Monticola are Deltas. They take an active 
interest in student government with five 
legislature members and the new senior class vice- 
president. On the activity scene are listening 
parties, Apple Polishing Party, and Founder's 
Day on Thanksgiving Eve. On the national scene 
was an award for fraternity education. The girls 
at the Triple D ranch are looking forward to a 12- 
girl wing to be built soon. It has been an exciting 
and busy year for Tri Delta, so — hey, get out of 
my bathroom! 



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1. Paul Lowe 
vice-president 

2. Palmer Farley 
pledge trainer 

3. William Davis 
chaplain 

4. Richard Adams 
president 

5. William Hartwig 
historian 

6. Andrew Wilkins 
recording; secretary 

7. James Stewart 
treasurer 

S.John Nutter 

corresponding secretary 
Robert Short 
. Joseph Davisson 

11. William West 

12. William Poe 
. Charles Wilson 

Robert McNabb 
. James Albert 
William Dobbs 



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10. 



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16. 



17. David Nelson 



18. John Anderson 

19. William Miller 

20. Edgar Thacker 

21. Robert Butler 

22. John McWhorler 

23. Stephen Ulrey 

24. William Quinn 

25. Hamil Kessel 

26. Robert Spiker 

27. Steven Maxwell 

28. Henry Walker 

29. William Barnhart 

30. John Benedum 

31. Bradley Layne 

32. Blake Boggess 

33. William Brown 

34. Keith Schupbach 

35. James Dilley 

36. Francis Henderson 

37. Wayne Slater 

38. James Brown 

39. RossTuckwiller 

40. Roy Kemp 

41. James Harrington 

42. Robert Rector 



43. William Kerns 

44. Jacob Mullett 

45. Eric Lilly 

46. Frank Clark 

47. Frank Fisher 

48. Glen Comuntzis 

49. Harry Jacobs 

50. David Hardesty 

5 1 . Stephen Myers 

52. Gary Ault 

53. Robert Cummings 

54. William Mullett 

55. John Francis 

56. Richard Evans 

57. James Bland 

58. Philip Brown 

59. Robert Douglas 

60. Stephen Crislip 

61. Patrick Klug 

62. Richard Goff 

63. Ricklin Brown 

64. William Noble 

65. Timothy Bostaph 

66. Rick Hesse 

67. David Maynard 



phi kappa psi 

This Chapel, which is one of three of its kind in the 
counti7, was built in memory of the brothers of the 
chapter who gave their lives in our country's wars, and 
was dedicated on Mothers Day, 195 1 . 

Phi Psi believes that talents should be cultivated to 
benefit our fellow man and therefore seeks to develop 
these talents among her members. Phi Psi participates 
enthusiastically in intramurals, Greek Games, 
Sweetheart serenades, and Homecoming float building, 
for which we won first place recognition. Many 
brothers are active in student legislature and serve on 
steering committees for the University. We are 
fortunate this year to have the Student Body President 
and West Virginia University's sixteenth Rhodes 
Scholar. Also, several Phi Psi's participate on the 
University's varsity athletic teams. 

The brotherhood shared on "the hill" provides Phi 
Psi's with year-round and lifelong enjoyment. 



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"We'd like to help you guys finish building this, but 
it's just too cold." 

The local "Skull" chapter provides strong 
competition in every phase of campus activities. The 
fraternity is well represented in campus politics, 
University activities, and intramural sports. 

For example, the Phi Kaps hold legislative seats, 
won their league archery and basketball 
championships, and captured numerous trophies in 
activities throughout the year. Among these were third 
place in Homecoming floats, second place in 
Mountaineer log-cutting, first place in House 
Decorations, first in best-trimmed beard, first in beard- 
growing contest, and overall champions of the Olympic 
games. 

Socially, the guys stay busy with open houses, 
desserts, and dinners, in addition to such theme parties 
as Halloween, Christmas, and Hell's Angels. The 
highlight of the social year is the annual Black and 
Gold formal. 



I. Tom Hopkins 


20. 


Dave Walker 


2. Bob Montgomery 


2L 


Dave Griffith 


3. Tom Rickman 


22. 


Nathan Mathews 


4. Brenny McLaughlin 




social chairman 


5. Joe Smith 


23. 


Bill Foster 


treasurer 




house manager 


6. Bob DeFrancis 


24. 


Alan Cox 


corresponding secretary 


2.'i. 


Riley Maynard 


7. Steve Angel 




vice president 


8. Mark Hinerman 


26. 


Buddy Day 


9. Paul Watkins 


27. 


Roger Wright 


10. Bill Baker 


28. 


Glen Sell 


1 1. Chip Kraus 


29. 


Jim Reese 


12. Mrs. Flora Paxton 


30. 


Bob Benton 


housemother 


31. 


Tom Hopkins 


\^. Bob McCoy 


32. 


Bill Heckman 


president 


3i. 


Bart Kittle 


14. Chris Seidler 


34. 


Gary Shaffer 


!.'>. Bob Simpkins 


35. 


Steve Hann 


16. Carl Hatfield 


36. 


Dave (Crusty) Brown 


17. Dan Denham 


37. 


Bill Snyder 


athletic chairman 


38. 


Steve Snyder 


IH. Butch Lewis 


39. 


Mark Hinerman 


19. Bob Richmond 







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1. Jane Beerbower 

2. Melissa Galloway 

3. Carolyn Lugar 
public relations 

4. Betsy Becker 

5. Carole Adams 
chaplain 

6. Marilyn McGinnis 

7. Carolyn Pratt 

8. Chrissy Lear 

9. Margy Cottrell 

10. Betsy Inch 

1 1. Susan Spiker 

12. Ellen Snyder 

13. Dot Stuart 

14. Polly Thomas 

1 5. Carolyn Goshorn 

16. Anna Mary Minehart 

17. Carol Tissue 

18. Mary Ann Camper 
recording secretary 

19. Carrie Lynn Newbrough 

20. Fran Geppert 

21. Judy Southern 
second vice-president 

22. Sherry Fulu 

23. Cindy Cook 

24. Susie Wysong 

25. Bev Hoke 



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30. 
31. 
32. 



26. Janice Baliker 
president 
Lambi Kesee 
Barbara Carter 
rush chairman 
Robin Goad 
Jane Robertson 
Carol Porter 
Bethe Ingraham 

33. Joyce Miller 

34. Mary Ann Hunter 

35. Christa Millhouse 

36. Gayle Nelson 

37. Vee Parsons 
treasurer 
Suzy Wheeler 
Diane Miller 
Melanie Williams 
Ann Dunbar 
rush chairman 

42. Jackie Roush 

43. Suzanne Miles 

44. Pam Taylor 

45. Diane Greco 

46. Sandy Korn 
housemother 

47. Karen Wingfield 

48. Susie Staggers 

49. Linda Stuart 

50. Sally Rich 



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39. 
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41. 



delta gamma 

This is Delta Gamma. She resides at 652 Spruce 
Street. Her personality, looks, enthusiasm and diversity 
make DG a union of friends among sisters. 

She is a freshman cheerleader full of zest and spirit. 
Or maybe she is a senior and vice-president of the 
student body. She's a junior named Best Dressed Co-ed. 
She's a sophomore wearing the blue cape of Angel 
Flight. Her interests and activities are as varied as her 
personality. You'll find DG competing for the regional 
Little Colonel title — or she may be found gracefully 
accepting flowers as the 1966 Homecoming 
Queen — and she also assumes leadership in honoraries. 

Yes, Delta Gamma is an anchor, a smile, a student, 
a friend. She is everything nice, but most of all, she is 
herself. 



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I. Ernie Harrison 


23. Mike Staggers 


2. Joe MaHea 


24. Ed Corrin 


3. Tony Demasi 


25. Jim Meredith 


4. Marty Strickler 


26. Mark Miller 


5. Bill Wendell 


27. Craig Martin 


6. Ed Roberts 


28. Tom Bell 


7. Bill Ricarddi 


29. Randy Nelson 


8. George Begalla 


30. Jerry Burgess 


9. Dave White 


sentinel 


10. Ed Matheny 


3 1 . John McClennon 


1 1. Max Gates 


32. Corky Foster 


secreliiry 


3i. Larry Buheit 


12. BillSobray 


34. Denver Rawlings 


\i. Mike Derrik 


35. Junior Mann 


14. John Knowles 


36. Sam Littlepage 


\5. Don Squires 


37. Norm Nelson 


president 


38. Jack Kenna 


16. Randy Smith 


39. John Russell 


17. Milo Kochman 


40. Ted Payne 


18. Dan Demarco 


41. Dave Carter 


19. Paul Mallory 


42. Bill Campbell 


20. Dale Stortz 


vice-president 


21. Jim Mullendore 


43. Dennis Healy 


treasurer 


44. Gary Hanshaw 


22. Jeff George 




ptedgemaster 





phi sigma kappa 

"Active and Happy" are the best words to describe 
the brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa as they pause with 
their "friend." 

These words might also be used to describe the 
social life that the Phi Sigs lead on campus. From the 
classroom to the partyroom, the Phi Sig knows how to 
enjoy life. 

This year's social calendar at the Phi Sig house was 
both happy and active, as the brothers never spent a 
slow weekend. Included on the agenda were sixteen 
combo parties in the evening and eight afternoon 
listening parties with campus sororities. This year also 
saw the return of the Roaring Twenties and Arabian 
Nights costume parties, and each semester was capped 
by the traditional formals. 

But even with such a busy schedule as this, the Phi 
Sigs still found time to study and participate in other 
campus activities, notably politics and athletics where 
they won high honors, in keeping with the Phi Sig 
tradition. 



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sigraa delta tau 

Sigma Delta Tau is growing. Fall brought football 
season and a tea for parents' weekend. Homecoming 
came next, and the SDT's along with the Pi Phi's and 
Sigma Chi's captured second place with their float. A 
semi-formal dance was held in November to honor the 
new pledges. The SDT's celebrated their first year's 
anniversary on December 14. During March donations 
were sent to the national sorority to support the Blood 
Research program at the University of Minnesota 
Hospital. March 25 marked the national sorority's 
Golden anniversary. The year was brought to a close 
with the annual Golden Tea Rose Formal. 




1 


IleneShelT 


.S. 


Ellen Moskovitz 


9. 


Susan O'Neal 


2 


Susan Heffler 




vice-president 




historian 




xecrelary 


6 


Susan Paull 


10 


Linda Umansky 


3 


Anita Bernstein 




social chairman 




treasurer 




rush chairman 


7 


Sandy Caplan 


II 


Diane Shartsis 


4 


Marsha Levy 


8 


president 
Barbara Covitch 


12 


Beth Grosser 



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phi sigma delta 

We are hitching a ride on the highway of tomorrow. 
Plans are now being drawn for a new Phi Sigma Delta 
house for completion in 1967. 

The men of Phi Sigma Delta are now on the road. 
They are planning and looking forward to many years 
of achievement and scholarship, which have always 
been emphasized in the past. 

"Carrying on the traditions of the past to build for 
the future" — this is our theme for the coming year. 



Les Levy 

president 

Mike Clark 

vice-president 

Frank Rosenbaum 

secretary 

Gene (Ace) Wilder 

Phil Geisler 

Howard Shwartz 

Dave Zweiman 

Tom Rosenbaum 



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1. Miss Mildred Bailey 


26. Carolyn Lewis 


housemother 


membership chairman 


2. Emily McPhail 


27. Donna Huggins 


President 


treasurer 


i. Cindy Miller 


28. Nancy Warder 


vice-president 


recording secretary 


4. Nancy Johnson 


29. Patsy Grant 


5. Barbara Gum 


pledge trainer 


6. Diane Northup 


30. Nancy Fragale 


7. Jane Wilkinson 


corresponding secretary 


8. Maryann Dainese 


31. Harriet Clark 


9. Pat Knight 


32. Andrea Marsh 


10. Millie Panvini 


33. Shari Hoffman 


1 1. Sharon O'Connor 


34. Meme Wilson 


12. Les Marriner 


35. Margery Dean 


13. Susanne Skinto 


36. Peggy Bailey 


14. Ruth Doolittle 


37. Pat Blevins 


15. Judy Cutrone 


38. Susie Weise 


16. Gloria Rodighiero 


39. Pam Deem 


17. Maxine Klocek 


40. Sandy Wilson 


1 8. Pat Boso 


41. Guy Linda Packman 


19. Fredrica Kilmer 


42. Linda Carelli 


20. Birgitta Winnberg 


43. Carole Calemine 


21. Carol Knapp 


44. Janet Lanham 


22. Ruth Sanders 


45. Barb Powell 


22. Adair Pierce 


46. Lynn Watson 


24. Karen Maceyak 


47. Peggy Boyce 


25. Susan Kuykendall 




social chairman 





gamma phi beta 

Not too many co-eds fly to and from classes, and the 
Gamma Phi's are no exception. This makes these little 
planes, not to mention the pilots, even more 
interesting. Most Gamma Phi's don't really have much 
spare time for flying. They are always busy doing other 
things, like planning for the Christmas party or the 
Pink Carnation Ball. They also are involved in such 
activities as the Lair, DA , and MONTICOLA , and 
student administration committees. 

Gamma Phi Beta's can be "down to earth" also 
when they're giving Thanksgiving baskets to the needy 
or helping with the Easter Seal campaign. Alpha Pi 
chapter supports the national philanthropy 
project — sponsoring summer camps for underprivileged 
children in Colorado and British Columbia. Whatever 
Gamma Phi's do, you can be sure they'll have fun 
doing it. 



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pi kappa alpha 

Frozen hose and all, the friendly firemen of Pi 
Kappa Alpha assembled in subzero weather to 
help extinguish an after-hours blaze at the Sigma 
Chi house. Lack of water made their efforts 
futile, but the Pikes decided to stick around for a 
publicity shot or two. 

"Sadie," the 1930 American La France 
firetruck, is only one of Pi Kappa Alpha's several 
traditional showpieces. The Pike Victory Bell, 
which has clanged at every home football game 
since 1939, is another familiar campus symbol. 

With their newly completed mansion atop 
Pikes' Peak, the brothers can look forward to an 
even more active social life. Dream Girl Formal, 
Showboat Party, and Finals Blast, always big hits 
with the girls on campus, will be complemented 
with numerous weekend parties at the new 
palace. So come on up. You're all invited to the 
housewarming; if it gets too hot, they'll keep the 
hose handy. 



1. 


John Thomas 


32. 


Ted Haddix 


60. 


Bret Falkenstein 


2. 


Dave Lemosters 


33. 


Jerry Grimes 


61. 


Keith Smith 


3. 


Ron Guziak 


34. 


Rick Budd 


62. 


Al Dering 


4. 


Bill Clemens 


35. 


Bob Reitz 


63. 


Bill Chittum 


5. 


Rick McQuain 


36. 


Jerry Hawker 


64. 


Denny Logue 


6. 


George Simpson 


37. 


Glen McNees 


65. 


Dwight Hurley 


7. 


John McCleve 


38. 


Charles Amos 


66. 


Tom Albertazzie 


8. 


Dave Brigitte 


39. 


John Delaney 


67. 


Joe Burford 


9. 


Bob Elliot 


40. 


John Riffe 




president 


10. 


Bob Young 


41. 


Leon Yates 


68. 


Jim Huggins 


II. 


Andy Stewart 




secrelary 


69. 


Chester Schwer 


12. 


Walt Perkins 


42. 


Bob Brinker 


70. 


Ron Wilson 


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Dave Morrow 


43. 


Bill Roesler 


71. 


Clarence Comer 


14. 


Warren Wilcox 


44. 


Roger Webster 


72. 


Bruce Vukdson 


l.V 


Bob Lauck 


45. 


Austin Teague 


73. 


Danny Brennen 


16. 


Steve Adams 


46. 


Ken Hall 


74. 


Charles Gardner 


17. 


Barry Chafin 


47. 


John Rohal 




treasurer 


18. 


Pat Brown 




vice-president 


75. 


Hal Arkin 


19. 


Lonnie Stringer 


48. 


Stu Thomas 


76. 


Bob Martin 


20. 


Jon Hirshberg 


49. 


Bill Hazard 


77. 


Terry Hawkins 


21. 


Ed Miskiwis 


50. 


Dave Zinn 


78. 


Ed Jarrol 


22. 


Grant Standiford 


51. 


Rick Weingarden 


79. 


Rick Kerry 


23. 


AIGalli 


52. 


Jon Hall 


80. 


Steve Wilson 


24. 


Denver Atkinson 


53. 


Gunther Mueller 


81. 


Mike Putman 


25. 


Gary Ford 


54. 


Ron Hanlin 


82. 


Gary George 


26. 


Bill Crooks 


55. 


Larry Bradford 


83. 


Van Zeck 


27. 


Mike McGlothlin 


56. 


Charles McGlothlin 


84. 


Bob Stewart 


28. 


Tom Tarwosky 


57. 


Dick Wolkovits 


85. 


Butch Muscatello 


29. 


Butch Schouffler 


58. 


Garry Booth 


86. 


Doug Engstrom 


30. 


Mark Brodsky 


59. 


Trenton Pauley 


87. 


John Campbell 


31. 


Dean Hammond 




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1 . Kaj Spencer 


22. Tom Cain 


rush chairman 


23. Denny Dehaven 


2. Dave Pell 


24. Jon Rose 


3. Rick Stier 


25. Bill Lyons 


social chairman 


26. Steve Lewis 


4. Denny Godfrey 


27. Dave Rhoades 


5. Pat Henry 


28. Dick Ebersole 


6. Bob Thomas 


29, Nick Musso 


7. Bob Hodson 


30. Tom Tinder 


8. John Dalporto 


31. Dave Phillips 


9. Jim Scott 


32. Tom Keck 


10. Tom Mucklow 


33. Bob Morris 


1 1 . Rick Ressegger 


34. Gene Carte 


12. Mike Witt 


35. Brian McDonnell 


13. Lew Brewer 


36. Frank Balsano 


14. John Justice 


37. Phi Cook 


historian 


38. Ed Szewczyk 


15. Fred Kolano 


39. Greg Evers 


16. Dave Ronald 


40. Bill Shaffer 


17. Shelby Young 


41. Ken Fonville 


18. Carl King 


president 


19. Jim Knode 


42. Jim Herndon 


20. Joe Carney 


43. Ed Zierold 


recording secretary 


44. Rick Varlas 


21. Jerry Lisewych 


45. Ralph Gilbert 



The men of Sigma Chi express the opinion of the 
campus by their petitioning the state fathers for the 
right to drink their favorite beverage in the new Lair. 
The Mountainlair is always of special interest to the 
house at 700 N. High because of the large number of 
offices held by the brothers. Sigma Chi was also active 
in politics and athletics during the past year. Several 
sports — football, baseball, wrestling, swimming — drew 
team members from Sigma Chi. We were well 
represented in all phases of intramural activity. 

Mu Mu Chapter, under the faculty advisorship of 
William French, has always benefitted from active 
faculty and alumni support. This, coupled with the 
invaluable assistance and guidance of housemother 
Mrs. George Barnard, has resulted in the most 
successful year in the history of Mu Mu. In view of our 
fine pledge class, Sigma Chi is looking forward to an 
even more successful future. 



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1. Carol Hoffman 


2 1 . Pat Petrosky 


42. Paula Bell 


2. Becky Sheets 


22. Donna Pignatore 


43. Linda Stenger 


president 


23. Marilyn Smith 


44. Sue French 


3. Teresa Liberatore 


24. Fran Schoolcraft 


45. Sue Davis 


4. Vicki Anderson 


25. Janice Gibson 


46. Patty Babcheck 


5. Linda Zampatti 


26. Erna Butt 


vice-president 


6. Charlotte Scott 


secretary 


47. Gail Miller 


7. Stephanie Deverick 


27. Susan Anderson 


48. Pat Shatting 


8. Nancy St. Clair 


28. Jane Boyles 


49. Nancy Stuckey 


membership chairman 


29. Carol Ann DeMoss 


50. Susie Thompson 


9. Dee Rae Ferguson 


30. Brenda Logue 


51. Mary Kaye Staggers 


10. Emilene Palmer 


31. Kathy Baker 


52. Donis Dilgard 


11. Patty OField 


32. Jo Ponek 


53. Carolyn Peluso 


12. Carolyn Groves 


33. Margaret Ingram 


54. Jana Walters 


13.Cindi Heald 


34. Beanie Mitchell 


55. Marcia Young 


treasurer 


editor 


assistant treasurer 


14. Carol Elliott 


35. Alexis McDonald 


56. Sandra Buckley 


15. Alice Morgan 


36. Linda Pritt 


57. Beverly Yoak 


16. Katy Hager 


37. Harriet Ringstaff 


58. Snellen Stover 


17. Ernestine Gillespie 


38. Pam Dew 


59. Anne Miller 


18. Suzi Jamison 


39. Susan Zimpert 


60. Linda Rader 


19. Mimi Conn 


40. Jo Anne Ford 


61. Bev Dennison 


20. Karen Wingo 


41. Jane Gunnett 





kappa delta 

Beta Phi of Kappa Delta has had a busy year! 
Of course each girl has been busy in her 
academic endeavors and sorority rush. Our social 
calendar has been filled with listening parties, 
desserts, alumnae teas, and an initiation banquet. 
Kappa Delta also entertained several fraternities 
and foreign students during International Week. 
The highlight of the year was our "Mr. Esquire" 
Spring Formal. We were also kept busy this year 
by our social service project, which consisted of 
making place cards for the local hospitals. 



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Sigma phi epsilon 

The Sig Ep's really have a heart — as represented by 
their pin and by their ability to withstand the cold! 
Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon strives for 
academic excellence. But the Sig Eps also have an 
active social life. They are presently in the lead in 
fraternity intramural points. Listening parties with 
various sororities occupy several Saturday afternoons. 
Among the most talked about events on campus are 
the Sig Eps Hawaiian Luau, the Bedrock Blast, and 
their Spring Eormal. It seems the men of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon are making the most of their college years. 



Terre Rhoderick 
guard 
Joe Breinig 
Kirk Hayes 
Bill Zickefoose 
Larry Bowman 
Joe Jaquay 
Jim Marino 
8. Gary Grady 
senior marshal 
Harold Proudfoot 
Tom Foulk 
Mark Malare 
Galen Byrd 
Mike Patterson 
Tom Harper 

15. Dick Maynard 

16. Bob Mahaffey 
president 

17. Steve Pierce 

1 8. Sid Nesselroad 



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23. 
24. 



19. Bill Hogseu 
secretary 

20. Stu Turner 
Doug Taylor 

. Jim Neitzel 
Evan Pokorney 
Bruce Darney 
controller 

25. Dave Milne 

26. John Rinker 

27. Bob Viers 

28. Mickey Duncan 

29. John Marra 

30. Dave Stephens 

31. Mun Kostka 

32. Clint Winter 
i3. Tony Greco 

34. Vic Kutis 

35. Marc Parsons 

36. Don Mossgrove 

37. Barry Mathews 

38. Bill Toothman 



39. George Pearson 

40. Bob Seifert 

41. Phil Annarella 

42. Joe Rocchio 

43. John Meeuwissen 

44. Allen Hott 

• 45. Hoy Shingleton 
chaplain 

46. Jim Recht 

47. Nick Kinney 

48. Gary Dibartolomeo 

49. Tom Gilpin 

50. Bill Conway 

51. DonORourke 
vice-president 

52. Lynn DeHaven 

53. John Pete 
recorder 

54. Cliff Kish 

55. Ira Buckalew 

56. Larry Sindelar 



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272 




1 . Reg Corbett 


23. William Allshouse 


47. Mike Butcher 


2. Robert Pedley 


24. Greg Stewart 


48. Robert Robinson 


It. commander 


25. Ron Roup 


49. James Smith 


3. James Huntsman 


26. Ed Destefano 


50. Allen Bernstein 


4. Larry Chuma 


27. Robert Sesler 


5 1 . Tony Bruce 


5. Robert Gonzalas 


28. Clift King 


52, John Cushard 


6. Gary LeRow 


29. James Joel 


53. Joe Zak 


7. Wayne Dodrill 


30. William Balsley 


54. Dick Davis 


8. David Woods 


31. Mike Carroll 


55. Dante Fiocca 


9. James Cook 


32. Harold Lykins 


56. Don Ulzheimer 


10. John NofFsinger 


33. Greg Gorman 


57. Dick Johnson 


1 1. James Tatterson 


34. Gregg Mazzei 


58. Charles Byrnside 


12. Gary Glover 


35. Greg Borzok 


59. Tom Scott 


13. Steven Barber 


36. Don Brown 


60. Blair Montgomery 


14. Dick Johnston 


treasurer 


61. Joe Atkins 


15. Dave Ashworth 


37. Dave Mizener 


62. James Boren 


16. Richard Williams 


38. Fred Rine 


63. Wade Sharp 


17. Harry Hatsfield 


39. Dan Blizzard 


64. John Lord 


18. Rick Becker 


40. William Piper 


65. William Reed 


commander 


41. Dave Palmer 


66. Wayne Brooks 


19. Gary Schnacke 


42. Lou Schooles 


67. William Wheeler 


20. Bruce Wainright 


43. Paul Migliore 


68. Ken Baber 


21. Dave Jones 


44. Dave Snodgrass 


69. Ken Kendrick 


recorder 


45. Roy Beatty 


70. Steve Milroy 


22. Steve Castin 


46. Terry Nelson 


7 1 . Robert Podbesek 



sigraa nu 



The snakes of Belmar, at the top of the High Street 
"Mountain" show some elements of the diversity which 
make them consistently united as they hack it up in the 
Towers Recreation Room. Sigma Nu actively 
participates in every facet of University life, from 
intramurals to social to scholastic achievement. Sigma 
Nu parties are second to none, as witnessed by nearly 
every Greek on campus. Sometimes it seems as if the 
entire student body is there at one time. A lengthy 
novel could be written about the many 
accomplishments of the Snakes. However, to really 
know what Sigma Nu is, one must know the men that 
comprise Sigma Nu. The fraternity can best be 
summed up by quoting the creed: 

"To believe in the life of love 

To walk in the way of honor 

To serve in the light of truth 

This is the life, the way, and 

the light of Sigma Nu." 



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I.Susie Gluck 


22. Becky Knight 


2 Cathy Curry 


23. Ann Lehman 


3. Ellen Gorman 


recording secretary 


4. Jane Petty 


24. Sandy Conaway 


5. Bonnie Snyder 


25. Rita Richardson 


2ihI vice-president 


26. Becky Shonk 


6. Sue Ellen Buehler 


27. Sally Stecker 


7. Susie Wells 


corresponding secretary 


8. Donna Amole 


28. Sue Wilson 


9. Ann Staplefeld 


29. Linn Altman 


10. Patty Green 


30. Beth Tomlinson 


11. Wendy Watkins 


31. Susie Hayes 


12. Janet Martin 


32. Carolyn McCue 


U.Susan White 


33. Jean Fowler 


14. Judy Martin 


34. El Shivley 


15. Georgette Comuntzis 


35. Marie Leach 


16. Nancy Smith 


36. Linda Fletcher 


17. Sherran Pence 


37. Lisa Rose 


18. Cynthia Eddy 

19. Debby Smyth 


not pictured: 


20. Bev Van Scoy 


Susan Brown 
president 


21. Becky Spindler 



kappa kappa gamina 

Members of Beta Upsilon Chapter take a break 
during their work for the W.V.U. Centennial at 
the Pubhcations Office. The Kappas prepared 
36,000 issues of the Charleston Sunday Gazette- 
Mail Centennial supplement Jor mailing to all 
former students of the University. During their 
200 hours work the girls earned several hundred 
dollars for scholarship donations. Additional 
capers carried on by the Kappas were open 
houses, desserts. Homecoming float building, 
Founder's Day, retreats, cultural programs, 
working for the Monongalia County school board 
election, supporting chapter president Susan 
Brown for Miss Mountaineer, listening parties, 
favorite professors parties, rush, teas, and the 
annual spring formal. 



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1. BobResh 

historian 

2. Jim Wanko 

3. Bill Arnold 
secretary 

4. Greg Ruff 
president 

5. Gordon Darrow 

6. Mario Conte 
social chairman 

7. Stan Walls 

8. Don Adkins 
vice-president 

9. Bob Beahm 

10. DonVorback 

1 1. John Linder 
chaplain 

12. Richie Daub 

13. Bill Wolko 

14. Wayne Perkins 
l-'i. Ken Powell 

16. Wayne Armstrong 

17. John Harder 

18. Rich Kreuter 

19. Jim Clampet 

20. Bob Bailey 



21. John DiFrancesco 

22. Jim Listwan 

23. Chuck Christie 

24. Len Barchie 
treasurer 

25. Jerry Gianoutsos 

26. Jim Courtney 

27. Steve Kellogg 

28. Larry Darner 

29. Bruce Meeker 

30. Steve Koval 

31. John Wiles 

32. Phil Ondri 

33. Bruce Holland 

34. George Corey 

35. Romeo DeMarco 

36. Bob Beeman 

37. Al Marline 

38. Lee Moler 

39. John Agate 

40. Floyd Valsay 

41. John DeMarco 

42. Jim McCauley 

43. Bob Skeen 

44. Danyl Dulsin 



tau kappa epsilon 

The Tekes are depicted here at the Holiday Inn for 
a special reason; this was the night they held the kick- 
off dinner for their bond drive to build a new house. 
Round in design, it breaks with traditional fraternity 
houses in the country. This new house will help the 
Teke chapter at WVU continue its rapid growth over 
the past 3 years which is pushing it toward the top. 
Always ranking near the top in intramurals and being 
active in campus politics and social life, Tekes are 
perhaps best known on the campus for their Public 
Service Weekend every year and, recently, their 
increased involvement in campus affairs, coupled with 
their increase in membership. 



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1 


Marv Masters 


13. 


Bill Thomas 


2. 


Jerry Cosner 


14. 


Jack Massa 


3. 


David Disque 


15. 


Lynn Cavandish 




president 


16. 


Dave Nunn 


4 


Ken Eigenbrod 


17. 


Doug Tooth man 


5 


Pete Movl 




secretary 




vice-president 


18 


Dick Remington 


6 


Kerry Dickensheets 


19 


Dennis Bowen 




treasurer 


20 


Pete Davis 


7 


Tom Boor 


21 


Bob McCombs 




pledge marshal 


22 


Dick McElfish 


8 


Don Charles 


23 


Larry Baker 


9 


Bill Poole 


24 


Reg Humpherys 


10 


Rich Myers 


25 


Cami Barone 


11 


Stan Livingston 


26 


Ray Holtzapple 


12 


Jim Woolwine 







Another member of the Spruce Street Alpine Club is 
Alpha Kappa Chapter of Theta Chi, established here in 
1921 and later reactivated in 1949. The brothers of 
Theta Chi have not allowed themselves to become 
weary of trudging up "The Hill." Many of them are 
active in Sphinx, Fi Batar Kappar, Engineering 
Societies, Pi Mu Epsilon, and other college honoraries. 
Theta Chi's are also active in campus politics, serve on 
the Daily Athenaeum staff, participate in campus 
intramurals and competitions. 

Although participating in campus activities, Theta 
Chi continues to be above average scholastically. 

Social activities play an important role at Alpha 
Kappa Chapter. The year's highlights include the 
Christmas party, annual Spring Dream Girl Formal, 
and Corral Weekend. Banquets are also enjoyed by the 
brothers, the most important of which is the Red 
Carnation Dinner. 



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pi beta phi 

1967 is a very special year for all of us who 
wear the arrow of Pi Beta Phi. This year marks 
our centennial — 100 years of fun, friendship and 
sisterhood that began at Monmouth College, 
Monmouth, Illinois, in April 1867. In 1916 a 
local sorority, the Circle, named after Woodburn 
Circle, was founded here on campus. In 1918 it 
became our own Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. 
In commemoration of our centennial, the chapter 
gathered at Woodburn Circle for a picture. 

Together with Pi Phi chapters all over the 
country, we support a settlement school and an 
arts and crafts shop in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. On 
our own campus, Pi Phi's participate in such 
activities as Chimes, Li-Toon-Awa, Dolphins, 
Angel Flight, cheerleading, and the Lair. 

Pi Beta Phi — this is our year! 



1. 


Patricia Burns 


14 


Lou Rawl 


34. 


Rae Lynn Kocher 




vice-president 


15. 


Gary Anne Harkin 


35. 


Mary Hensley 


2. 


Linn Bland 


16. 


Amy Ramsey 


36. 


Susie Allison 




social chairman 


17. 


Karen Bosworth 


37. 


Tammie Jewett 


3. 


Tona Renforth 


18 


Anne Moore 


38. 


Patty Hennen 




president 


19. 


Suzanne McPherson 


39. 


Bernie John 


4 


Joy Anderson 


20. 


Barbara Buchanan 


40. 


Dot Harrish 




pledfie trainer 


21 


Janice Friend 


41. 


Carolyn King 


5 


Vicki Rhoades 


22. 


Linda Whitney 


42. 


Kay Phillips 




memticrship cliairnnin 


23. 


Marcia Lykins 


43. 


Betsy Holden 


6 


Sara Wilson 


24 


Dianne Penrod 


44. 


Pat Poland 




treasurer 


25 


Suzanne Kirschner 


45 


Dede Lawman 


7 


Barbara Fisher 


26 


Patti Lawn 


46 


Kitty Link 


8 


Trudy Garvin 


27. 


Stephanie Clavan 


47 


Linda Youngblood 


9 


Karia Kappel 


28 


Stephanie Watson 


48 


Debbie Anderson 


10 


Barbara Morris 


29. 


Karen Steele 


49 


Sarah Dunn 


II 


Mrs. Wood 


30. 


Carol Fear 


50 


Sandy Kettlewell 




housemother 


31. 


Anne Brawley 


51 


Dottie Rice 


12 


Cindy McClure 


32. 


Patty Wiseman 


52 


Marcia Puffenberger 


13 


Nancy Knupp 


33. 


Caroline Bush 







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panhellenic council 

Panhellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each 
of the eleven social sororities on campus. The Council meets twice a 
month, coordinates and oversees Greek Women's activities, and 
basically formulates and enforces rushing procedures. Mrs. Mary- 
Jane Schuster is adviser to the group. 

Activities include co-sponsorship of the Greek Week, from which 
the money obtained is donated to the Student Loan Fund, where it is 
matched 1 : 1 with federal funds. The organization also contributes to 
several charities, awards trophies for scholastic attainment and 
improvement, and sponsors a foreign student by providing her board. 



ROW 1: Carol Cooley, Alpha Delta Pi, secretary; Sheila Sullivan, 
Chi Omega, president; Charlene Karsner, Chi Omega, vice president; 
Barbara Keith, Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer. ROW 2: Anita Bernstein, 
Sigma Delta Tau; Margaret Shockey, Delta Delta Delta: Mary Lou 
Herval, Alpha Delta Pi; Jean Fowler, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Linda 
Carelli, Gamma Phi Beta; Paula May, Alpha Xi Delta; Liz Jones, 



Delta Delta Delta; Judy Klevins, Alpha Phi. ROW 3: Susan Ander- 
son, Kappa Delta; Barbara Powell, Gamma Phi Beta; Ellen Mosko- 
vitz, Sigma Delta Tau; Linda Evans, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Jana 
Walters, Kappa Delta; Barbara Fisher, Pi Beta Phi; Patty Lawn, Pi 
Beta Phi; Carmen Snodgrass, Alpha Phi. 




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ROW 1: Steve Walker, Kappa Alpha, honor court chairman: Bill 
Campbell, Phi Sigma Kappa, treasurer; Larry Winter, Delta Tau 
Delta, secretary; Alfred H. Carter, Beta Theta Pi, president. ROW 
2: Frank Fisher, Phi Kappa Psi; Buck Davis, Phi Kappa Psi; David 
Hammond, Lambda Chi Alpha: Jim Loyd, Phi Sigma Kappa; John 
Meeuwissen. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Romeo DeMarco, Tau Kappa Epsi- 
lon. ROW 3: Nathan Mathews, Phi Kappa Sigma; David Wagner, 



Phi Kappa Sigma; Thomas Alberg, Kappa Sigma; Jim Barone, Sigma 
Chi; Bob Mayhew; Sigma Chi; Bill Ryan, Kappa Alpha; Gary 
Glover, Sigma Nu; Dean Arnold, Delta Tau Delta; Wayne Sinclair, 
Delta Tau Delta. ROW 4: William Hawkins, Alpha Phi Delta; Gary 
Earp, Pi Kappa Alpha; Gerald Hawker, Pi Kappa Alpha; Michael 
Grant, Beta Theta Pi; Steve Annano, Beta Theta Pi; Douglas Wade, 
Alpha Gamma Rho; Jim Rhodes, Alpha Gamma Rho. 



interfraternity covincil 

If you glance toward the Law School Monday evenings you will 
see 19 fraternity men mounting the worn down steps. These men are 
representatives of the fraternities and are going to the weekly IFC 
meeting. Plans for these meetings may include anything from rush to 
Greek Week. IFC is an essential part of the Greek system and acts 
as a coordinating body among fraternities and the administration. 
Honor Court, which promotes good conduct, scholastic achievement, 
rush super\ ision and planning for improvement in the chapters, is 
essential to IFC. This year a booklet. Meet the Greeks, was 
published for those interested in rush, and is a shining example of an 
IFC job well done. 



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JOHN T. ALLEVATO, 33 E. Park. Fairmont, W. Va,; WILLIAM M. 
AUBERLE, 64 Hough St., Morgantown. W, Va.: JAMES E. BEITZ. 122 Oak 
St., Dunbar, W. Va.; DAVID P. BELL, Box 1462. Parkersbure, W. Va. 



JACK L. BRITTEN. 400 Eliza Ave.. Houtzdale. Pa.; JAY M. BUCKLEW 
III. 1114 Sunset Dr.. Fairmont. W. Va.; JOHN C. BURCH, JR., Moorefield, 
W. Va.; JAY R. BYERLY, R.D.#4. Bo.x 61. Sewickley. Pa. 



DAVID W. CARTER, 134 Hawthorne Dr.. Winchester. Va.; SUBIR CHAK- 
LADER, Calcutta, India; H. WARD CONAWAY, 142 E. 52 PL, Hialeah, 
Fla.; THOMAS R. CORREAL, 3 Apple St., Uniontown, Pa. 



EDWARD CRUIKSHANK. Ivydale, W. Va.; THOMAS DEBERRY, 1510 
Fetty Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; PAUL DIBIASE. 125 Powell Ave., Steuben- 
ville, Ohio; GADIS J. DILLOW. Box 156, Gary, W. Va. 



EARL DONALDSON. 30 S. 7th St., Duquesne, Pa.; JAMES T. DOYLE, 
1531 Powell Ct., Huntington, W. Va.; ROBERT FAGIDLETTI, Box 58, 
Grundstone, Pa.; ROBERT S. FLUHARTY, 2901 23rd St., Parkersburg, W. 
Va. 



DAVE FOSTER. 699 Burroughs St.. Morgantown. W. Va.; TOM GEARY, 
310 Rockdale Rd., Follansbee, W. Va.; CHARLES B. GILBERT. Box 75. 
Verdunville. W. Va.; JAMES GRAY. JR.. 212 McKinney. Fairmont. W. Va. 



JOHN T. GUANDOLO. 1308 4th Ave., Conway, W. Va.: WILLIAM J. 
GWILLIAM. 306 Oaklette Dr., Chesapeake. Va.; DONALD HARGETT, 
1155 8th St., Waynesburg, Pa.; JOHN R. HASPEL. 106 Clearview Ave.. 
Weirton. W. Va. 



WALTER A. HASSENPFLUG. Box 84, Morgantown, W. Va.; JOEL 

HERSH. 2308 Murray Ave.. Pittsburgh, Pa.: NICHOLAS L. HICKMAN, 

1512 15th Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va.; RAYMOND HOOVER, Brandywine, 
W. Va. 



CHARLES B. HORTON. 5002 Virginia Ave. S.E.. Charleston 4. W. Va.; 
DONALD J. HOVAN, 608 Magee Ave.. Patton, Pa.; RICHARD L. HOW- 
ARD, 2412 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston, W. Va.; H. MARSHALL JAR- 
RETT, JR., 2020 Washington St., Bluefield, W. Va. 



NEAL JOHNSON, 381 Front St., Apt. D-11, Berea, Ohio: FRANK H. 
JULIAN, 211 Grant Ave., Morgantown, W, Va.: CHARLES F. KENA- 
MOND, 60 Warwood Terr., Wheeling, W. Va.; DAVID L. KING. Evans, W. 
Va. 



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DAVID C. KORN, Washinaton Court House, Ohio; CHARLES R. LAZA- 
RUS, 1400-A Jackson St., Charleston, W, Va.; CHARLES L. LEONARD, 
Kerens Hill, Elkins, W. Va.; RAYMOND M. LUDWIG, 229 Fairview Ave., 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



HOWARD MALLETT, 136 Montgomery Lane, Mingo Junction, Ohio; PAUL 
MALONEY, 104 Court St., Dover, N.H.; ROBERT F. MAPLE. Harrisville, 
W Va • H RICHARD MARSHALL, 4319 Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



MICHAEL T. MARSHALL, 801 E. Main St., Oak Hill, W. Va.; MAYES 
MATHEWS, 571 Spruce St., Morgantown, W. Va.; CHARLES W. Mc- 
GLOTHLIN, 1102 Hinton St., Princeton, W. Va.; JOSEPH B. MICKLER, 7- 
G Calhoun Towers, Greenville, S.C. 



JEFFREY L. MILES, 19 Haddale Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; MARSHALL S. 
MILLER, 2611 Valley View, Bluefield, W. Va.; ALAN G. MINTZ, 49A Troy 
Dr., Springfield, N.J.; PETE MYERS, Cobleskill, N.Y. 



ROBERT NERHOOD, 801 Samuel St., Charleston, W. Va.; JOHN H. PAT- 
TERSON, 901 3rd Ave., New Cumberland, W. Va.; ROBERT H. PHILLIS, 7 
Gaddis St., Hopwood, Pa.; DAVID J. RILEY, 117 W. 7th St., Weston, W. Va. 



HARRY O. ROHRER, JR., 722 Ridge Rd., Smoke Rise, Kinnelen, N.J.; JON 
W. ROSE, 700 N. High St., Morgantown, W. Va.; HAROLD J. SAMAY. 930 
Painter Ave., Natrona Hgts., Pa.; STUART SANDERSON, 627 Briercliflf Dr., 
Orlando. Fla. 



CAROLYN A. SCHERR, Box 163, Kenna. W. Va.; FRED SCHINDLER, 322 
Fayette St., Cumberland, Md.; DEAN D. SCHLOYER, RD #3, Shippensburg, 
Pa.; JAMES A. SCULLY, Box 22, Wilmington, Del. 















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NORMAN W. SHUMATE, 230 Locust Dr., Beckley, W. Va.; 
THOMAS S. SLOANE, 533 Wilson Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; 
STEPHEN R. SNYDER, 123 Meigs Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; 
RANDALL STARK, 8527 Radford Ave., Alexandria, Va.; JOSEPH 
A. STEVE, JR., 503 Grant Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. 



LAWRENCE SYNER, Lansing, W. Va.; G. DOUGLAS TAYLOR, 
Box 38, Colfax, W. Va.; HARRY T. TEBAY IL 4001 10th Ave., 
Vienna, W. Va.; L. BLAIR THRUSH, 619 Mulberry, Clarksburg, W. 
Va.; WILLIAM TORLONE, 1101 So. Oakwood Dr., Beckley, W. 

Va. 



CARL A. TOWNSEND. Box 132, Davisville, W. Va.; ROBERT B. 
TYRE. 3 E. Lincoln St., Buckhannon, W. Va.; ALFRED VAN- 
RIPER, 1064 Van Voorhis Rd., Morgantown, W. Va.; DAVID R. 
VAUGHN, Yolyn, W. Va.; GERARDO E. VISO, Lincolnton, N.C. 



EDWARD WATSON, 481 Kiwanis Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; 
JOHN WHITE. Westchester Hall. Morgantown, W. Va.; LETHA A. 
WILEY. Box 64. Athens. W. Va.; JAMES S. WILSON, 1303 6th St., 
Moundsville, W. Va.; KENNETH P. WILSON, 200 Park Blvd., 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 










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NATALIE ABELE. Charlton Heights. W. Va.: DONALD ADKINS, 
Box 48. Amherstdale. W. Va.. Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



CAROLYN AKERS. 224 Glenn Ave.. Beckley. W. Va.. Ski Club, 
YWCA, Alpha Xi Delta: MARIAM AKERS. 1115 Charles Ave.. 
Fairmont, W. Va.; CHARLES ALLEN, Sinks Grove, W. Va.. Kappa 
Alpha; WILLIAM ALLSHOUSE. 306 Osborne Ave., Morrisville, 
Pa.. Sigma Nil. 



CYNTHIA ALVAREZ. 305 7th St., Glen Dale, W. Va.. SNEA, 
YWCA; LAWRENCE ALVINO. 128 Demar Blvd., Canonsburg, 
Pa.. Mountaineer Weekend steering comm., Homecoming steering 
comm.. Kappa Alpha; BLAIR AMOLE. 1016 Circle Rd.. Charleston, 
W. Va.; DEBORAH ANDERSON, 2017 Kanawha Ave., S. Charles- 
ton, W. Va.. Mortar Board president. lAWS convention chairman. Pi 
Beta Phi. 



KARLA ANDERSON, 355 Main St.. Spencer. W. Va., Pi Beta Phi 
pledge-trainer, YWCA; THOMAS ANDERSON, 27 Burkhan St., 
Wheeling. W. Va.. Kappa Alpha; VAN ANDERSON, Rt. 1. Box 79, 
Terra Aha. W. Va.. Recreation Society; DIMETRA ANDREWS, 
113 Luzadder St., Grafton. W. Va.. Chi Omega. 



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MALIORY ANDREWS. 7609 Gleneagles Rd., Norfolk, Va., Kappa 
Sigma; PETER ANGELINI. 1404 Penn. Ave., Weirton. W. Va., 
intramiirals; LORENA ARENDOSH. 48 Jamison St., Uniontown, 
Pa.; THOMAS ARMAN SR., 1139 1st Ave., S. Nitro, W. Va., Beta 
Theta Pi. 







LYNN ASHLEY, 41-38 248th St., Little Neck, N.Y., Alpha Delta 
Pi; JOY ASHTON. Box 79, W. Leiserring, Pa., nursing class vice- 
president; JAMES ATCHISON. 607 W. Patrick St., Frederick, Md., 
Scabbard and Blade, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Phi Epsilon; RICH- 
ARD ATKINS, 3003 Kanawha Ave., Charleston, W. Va., Phi Delta 
Theta. 



JOAN AUGUSTINE. 5210 Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; 
ANITA BACHMAN. 1105 Old Lane. Drexel Hill. Pa., AWS Judici- 
rry Board; FREDERICK BAENIG, 22 Richmond Ave., Wheeling, 
W. Va., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau Sigma; DEAN 
BAHRMAN, 3716 N. Nelson St., Arlington, Va., varsity rifle team, 
Mountain, Alpha Gamma Rho. 



SHARON BAILEY. 19 Romney Rd.. Wheeling, W. Va., Delta Delta 
Delta. Panhellenic Council; STEPHEN BAILEY, Rt. 3, Elizabeth, 
W. Va.; MARILYN BAKER. 1046 Koontz Ave., Morgantown, W. 
Va.. YWCA, Alpha Xi Delta; HARVEY BALSANO, 717 8th St., 
Charleroi. Pa., manager of varsity football team, Sigma Chi. 



ALFRED BARBANO. 33 Jefferson Ave., New Bnmswick. N.J.; 
LEONARD BARCHIE. 120 Marietta. White Oak, Pa.. Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; JEFFERY BARFORD. 40 Harsham Rd., Hatboro. Pa. 
Kappa Sigma; PHILLIP BARKINS, 361 Gunning Bedford Dr., 
Dover. Del., Kappa Sigma. 




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DEIDRE BARNETTE. 1065 Windsor Ave.. Morgantown. W. Va.. 
Dolphins, Phys. Ed. Majors Club; WILLIAM BARNHART. 1601 
Center St.. Moundsville, W. Va.. Helvetia. Order of the Grail. Sigma 
Tau Sigma. Phi Kappa Psi; JAMES BARONE. 3919 Brightway. 
Weirton. W. Va.. IFC honor court. Sphinx emperor. Sigma Chi; 
WALTER BARRETT, RD #1, Amity, Pa., Alpha Zeta, Phi Epsilon 
Phi, Agronomy Club. 



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HARRY BATTY JR.. 802 E. Rose PI.. Ridley Park, Pa.; HOWARD 
BEAN, Moorefield. W. Va., Festival of Ideas committee. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Kappa Alpha; PAULA BERMAN, 27 Haddale Ave., Wheel- 
ing. W. Va.; MARY BATES. 206 Beech St., West Union, W. Va., 
Alpha Delta Theta, Kappa Phi president. 



JANE BECKER, Box 1921, Logan, W. Va., Monlicola associate 
editor, All-Campus Party secretary. Delta Delta Delta vice-president; 
TORI BEHAR, 520 Lincoln Dr., Martinsburg. W. Va.. Mortar 
Board. Psi Chi. Siema Tau Sigma; ALAN BERNSTEIN. 4212 Wash. 
Ave.. Charleston. W. Va.. Sigma Nu, Student Party, ANITA BERN- 
STEIN, 1505 N. 5th St., Harrisburg. Pa., Panhellenic, Student Party, 
Sigma Delta Tau. 




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CAROL BILLICK, Rt. 1, W. Alexander, Pa., 4-H Club. Home 
Economics Chapter, Kappa Phi; JAMES BIRCHER, 758 Weaver St., 
Morgantown, W. Va., Sigma Chi; ROBERT BISHOP, 7 Llanfair, 
Trenton, N.J., Young Republicans, CCUN; JAMES BLAND, 102 
Lanbert Dr., Beckley, W. Va., Sigma Chi. 



LINN BLAND, 339 Main Ave., Weston, W. Va., American Pharma- 
ceutical Assoc, Lambda Kappa Sigma, Pi Beta Phi: OLEAN 
BLANKENSHIP, 417 Stewart St., Welch. W. Va., Alpha Zeta, Xi 
Siema Pi, Gamma Sigma Deha; ANTHONY BOLLINO, 75 W. 
Main St., Frostburg, Md., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, 
Sigma Tau Sisma; KAREN BOSWORTH. 815 Wick Blvd.. Wood- 
bury, N.J., Greek Week steering comm., YWCA, Pi Beta Phi. 



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RICHARD BUDD, 314 Sunset Dr.. Cumberland, Md., Pi Kappa 
Alpha; PATRICK BUFFA, Box 117, Bradley, W. Va., Scabbard and 
Blade, Beta Theta Pi; GREGORY BULL, 130 Lafayette, Williams- 
ville, N.Y., Forestry Club, Phi Delta Theta; JANE BURDETTE, 15 
I.indy Rd., Charleston. W. Va., Chi Omega. 



JOSEPH BURFORD, Box 8582. S. Charleston, 
W. Va., Sigma Tau Sigma. Pi Kappa Alpha: 
TIMOTHY BURKE, 1007 Hillcrest Dr., 
Vienna, W. Va.; PAT BURNS, Box 404, 
Charleston, W. Va., Pi Beta Phi; DAVID 
BURT, 18 W. McNutt St.. Houston, Pa., Pi 
Tau Sigma, ASME; CONSTANCE BURIT- 
OFF, 4201 Cathedral Ave. N.W., Washington 
D.C., Hillel. Cosmopolitan Club, Assoc, of 
Childhood Education International. 



JOSEPH BRAND, 133 Cochran, Fairmont, W. Va., Phi Kappa 
Alpha; GREGORY BRANNON, 321 Main Ave., Weston, W. Va.; 
MARY BRATT, 2522 Kanawha Blvd.. Charleston, W. Va., Newman 
Club, Student Party; FORREST BRICKER, 401 Mountain View, 
Bluefield, W. Va., Alpha Gamma Rho. 



JOHN BLEVINS, 324 Stewart St., Welch, W. Va., Alpha Gamma 
Rho, Air Force ROTC; CAROLYN BROEMSEN, 149 Center Ave., 
Wheeling, W. Va., Sigma Tau Sigma, Alpha Phi vice-president; 
JAMES BROWN, 311 Maple St., Hinton, W. Va., Phi Kappa Psi; 
JOHN BROWN, 697 S. Chestnut St., Clarksburg, W. Va., Beta 
Theta Pi, Pi Rho Sigma. 



SUSAN BROWN, 216 W. Walnut, Morgantown, W. Va., Mortar 
Board lAWS convention steering committee. Kappa Kappa Gamma 
president; JOHN BROWNFIELD. 604 34th St.. Vienna, W. Va., 
advanced ARMY ROTC; PAUL BROWNING, 109 Walnut St., 
Uniontown, Pa., Tau Beta Pi, Omega Chi Epsilon; MARY BRY- 
SON, 722 Garvin Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



BARBARA BUCHANAN. 2005 Foley Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va., 
Kappa Delta Pi, scholarship chairman. Pi Beta Phi; IRA BUCKA- 
LEW 703 Dunbar Ave.. Dunbar. W. Va., Sigma Phi Epsilon; DAVE 
BUCKEL, Bittinger, Md., Kappa Sigma; SANDRA BUCKLEY, 
Northfork. W. Va., student legislature. Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta 
Pi. 





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RICHARD CARSON, Box 343, Franklin, W. Va., Kappa Alpha; 
GENE CARTE, 235 Va. Ave., Smithers, W. Va., Student Party, 
Sigma Chi; ALFRED CARTER IV, 307 Mt. View Dr., Charleston, 
W. Va.. IFC President, Beta Theta Pi, Fi Batar Cappar; SANDRA 
CARTER, Monicoal, W. Va., Home Economics Chapter. 



BARRY CASOLI, 1113 IiTvin St., Aliquippa, Pa., Beta Theta Pi; 
FRANK CERNERO, 115 Prospect St., Nutley, N.J.; WILLIAM 
CHITTUM, Box 58, Morgantown, W. Va., Pi Kappa Alpha; LELIA 
CHORECH, Box 5133, Capitol Station, Charleston, W. Va., Young 
Democrats. 



THOMAS CHORPENNING, RD #1, Box 29, Weirton, W. Va., Phi 
Delta Theta; ANN CHRISMAN, 40 Elk St., Gassaway, W. Va., 
YWCA, 4-H: JOHN CIPOLETTI, 103 Windsor Ave., Wellsburg, W. 
Va., Kappa Alpha, Fi Batar Cappar; PATSY CIPRIANI, 568 Vir- 
ginia Ave., Follansbee, W. Va., IFC, Sphinx, Alpha Phi Delta. 



PATRICIA CLEMENTS, 1234 Swearingen Rd., Weirton, W. Va.; 
JEAN CLONCH, Cannelton, W. Va., Mortar Board, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Alpha Phi; PATRICIA CLUNE, 363 Forest Ave., Mas- 
sapequa, N.Y.; REGINA COHN, 117 Maplewood Lane, Beckley, W. 
Va., Kappa Delta, Student Party, Young Democrats. 



JAMES BUTCHER, 3414 Elm St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; ROBERT 
BLITLER. Rectortown, Va., leadership conference. Phi Kappa Psi; 
ERNA BUTT, 510 Cumberland St., Cumberland, Md., Kappa Delta, 
Home Economics Club, Phi Upsilon Omicron; NANCY CAIN, 532 
Monongalia Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., Phi Alpha Theta. 



ELIZABETH CALDWELL, 2020 Roxalam Rd., Dunbar, W. Va., 
ACET, Ski Club, Kappa Phi; CHARLES CALHOUN. Rt. 1, Box 15, 
Mozer. W. Va., Alpha Beta Psi; JOHN CAMPBELL, 1102 Ladewood 
Dr., Vienna, Va., Varsity Club, Pi Kappa Alpha; MARY CAMPER, 
Southwood Addn., Welch, W. Va., Delta Gamma. 





JULIENNE COLLUMS, Rt. 1, Walker, W. Va.; CONSTANCE 
COLVIN, 3 Orchard Circle, Wheeling, W. Va., YWCA, Freshman 
Projects, Chi Omega; WILLIAM CONKLE, 312 D St., Keyser, W. 
Va.; ERWIN CONRAD, Box 2, Dailey, W. Va., intramurals direc- 
tors council. Mountaineer Week team, Phi Sigma Kappa. 



THOMAS CONTE, 328 Agabiti Circle, Tren- 
ton, N.J., Sigma Nu; DAVID COOK, Box 13, 
Sharrard, W. Va., Theta Chi; JAMES COOK, 
General Delivery, Brenton, W. Va.; LORENA 
COOK, 318A Campbells Ck. Dr., Charleston, 
W. Va.; CAROL COOLEY, RD #1, Smith- 
field, Pa., Student Party, Panhellenic secretary. 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



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CASH CORALLINO, 300 Holland Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., 
Delta Tau Delta: JAMES COTTRILL. 134 Colliers Way. Weirton. 
W Va. Order of the Grail; WILLIAM CRABTREE. 1106 Atlantic 
Ave.. Atlantic City, N.J.: ERIC CUMMINGS, 2331 Maiden Lane, 
Roanoke, Va.. Beta Thela Pi. Marketing Club, Young Republicans. 



CAROL CUNNINGHAM. Box 203, Chalkhill, Pa.. Alpha Delta 
Theta; SHARYN CURTIS, Rt. 5, Box 394, Fairmont, W. Va., Lair 
Fine Arts chairman. Delta Delta Delta social chairman; CHARLES 
CYPHERT, 476'/2 Protzman, Morgantown, W. Va.. Phi Sigma Kappa; 
DIANNE CYPHERT. 476'/2 Protzman, Morgantown. W. Va., Delta 
Gamma. 








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ROBERT DAILEY, 215 Jefferson Ave., Charles Town. W. Va., 
Alpha Zeta, track. Alpha Gamma Rho; MARYANN DAINESE, 
4307 Virginia Ave., Charleston, W. Va., Ski Club, Newman Club, 
Gamma Phi Beta; JOSEPH DAKAN, Box 310, Rt. 1, Elkins, W. 
Va., Block and Bridle. Ag Club; BRUCE DARNEY, Rt. 88, Box 
435. Carmichaels, Pa., Sphinx, Bureau of Finance, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon. 



GORDON DARROW. 500 Orwood PI., Syracuse, N.Y., Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; RICHARD DAUB, 57-37 Cloverdale Blvd., Bayside, N.Y., 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; ELIZABETH DAVIDSON, WLSC, West Lib- 
erty, W. Va., lAWS convention committee. Alpha Xi Delta; EM- 
METT DAVIS, 112 Austin Ave.. Beckley, W. Va., Sigma Nu. 



JOHN DAVIS, 133 Village Dr., Bridgeport, W. Va.; MICHAEL 
DAWSON. 205 Browne Dr.. Lewisburg. W. Va., Fi Batar Cappar, 
Alpha Zeta, Kappa Alpha; BRUCE DAY, 79 Lafayette, Chatham, 
N.J., Phi Delta Theta; SANDRA DENNISON, Sutton, W. Va., AWS 
Dorm Judiciary Board, Studettes. 



JULIA DENT, 407 E. 3rd, Leland, Miss., ACP vice-chairman, Chi 
Omega; SALLY DEVINCENT, 165 Grandview, Morgantown, W. 
Va.; LAWRENCE DICK, 114 Leila St., Johnstown, Pa.; KERRY 
DICKENSHEETS, RD #3, Hanover, Pa., Theta Chi. 





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MARTHA DICKIE. RD #4, Box 104, Wheeling, W. Va.. Phi Upsi- 
lon Omicron, Miss Mountaineer contestant. Homecoming queen can- 
didate; DONIS DILGARD, Rt. 2. Morgantown, W. Va., YWCA, 
SNEA, Kappa Delta; CHARL DILLOW, 228 N. Bernice, Martins- 
burg, W. Va., graduate assistant, freshman guide. Pi Beta Phi; 
DAVID DISQUE, 425 Jaysan, Pittsburgh, Pa., ACP, SNEA, Theta 
Chi. 



RUTH DOOLITTLE, 1199 Sands Dr., Fair- 
mont, W. Va., Alpha Delta Theta, YWCA, 
Gamma Phi Beta; CHARLES DOTSON, 104 
Ray Ave., Pennsboro, W. Va.; ERNEST 
DOWNEY, 848 Observatory Dr., St. Albans, 
W. Va.; ANN DREISINGER, 1725 Vassar 
Ave., Canton, Ohio, Alpha Phi, Li-Toon-Awa, 
Mu Phi Epsilon; CAROLE ANN DRICK, 201 
Sycamore St., E. Aurora, N.Y., Kappa Delta. 
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JAMES DUNLAP, 225 Grant Dr., Hanover, Pa.; REGENA DUR- 
HAM. Rt. 3. Box 192. Elkview, W. Va.. Home Economics Chapter; 
ROGER DURHAM. Rt. 3, Box 192, Elkview, W. Va., Alpha 
Gamma Rho. Mountain, Sphinx; JAMES DURIG. 1009 Baker Dr., 
Glendale, W. Va. 



RAYMOND DURISIN. 1008 Crawford, Duquesne, Pa., Kappa 
Sigma; DAVID DUROCHER. 620 Eastman Rd., Cumberland, Md.; 
HOWARD EDELMAN, 26 Springhaven Rd., Wheeling. W. Va., Phi 
Sigma Delta, student leadership conference. Industrial Arts Club; 
KAREN EDWARDS. Box 106, Reedsville, W. Va., Alpha Phi presi- 
dent. Li-Toon-Awa, Chimes. 



KENNETH EIGENBROD. 1241 Woodland Dr.. Charleston. W. Va., 
Theta Chi. DA advertising manager; HARRIET EISENBERG. 4209 
N. Drive. Atlantic Citv. N.J., Young Democrats. Hillel, SNEA; PA- 
TRICIA EISENHUT, 327 24th St., Dunbar. W. Va., SNEA; SUSAN 
EISMON, 508 Jefferson, Glendale, W. Va., Chi Omega, Pershing 
Rifles sponsor. YWCA. 



PHILLIP ELLER, Proctor. W. Va., Phi Lambda Upsilon. Am. 
Chem. Soc, Sigma Tau Sigma; VIRGINIA ELMORE, Oak Dr. 
Addn.. Spencer. W. Va.. Alpha Xi Delta. Queens Selection comm.. 
Glamour Style Show steering comm.; JEAN ESTABROOKE. Hill- 
wood PL, Norwalk. Conn.. Mu Phi Epsilon president; KAREN 
EVANS. 3701 Collins. Weirton, W. Va., Gamma Phi Beta president. 
Young Republicans, YWCA. 





LINDA EVANS. 124 Mingo St., Morgantown, W. Va., Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; JAMES PAGAN, 418 Bedford St., Windber. Pa., 
Kappa Alpha president, Mountain, University Players; REBECCA 
FAIX. 5045 Carolyn Dr.. Pittsburgh 36, Pa.; JAMES FALVO, 36 E. 
Katherine Ave.. Washington, Pa., Lambda Chi Alpha, Sphinx, Kappa 
Kappa Psi. 



JOE PETTY, Rt. 1, Lost Creek, W. Va., Alpha Zeta; TONI PIELD, 
481 NE 30th Terr., Miami. Fla., Alpha Phi, Jr. Am. Dental Hygien- 
ist Assoc; ALVIN PINT, Box 8, Aurora, W. Va., FFA, Alpha Tau 
Alpha; NANCY PINT, Aurora, W. Va., Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omi- 
cron Nu, Kappa Delta Pi. 



CHARLES FISHER. Rt. 2. Box 158. Weston. W. Va., Tau Beta Pi, 
Chi Epsilon president, ASCE; KENNETH FISHER, Box 247, Ripley, 
W. Va.; THOMAS FISHER. 110 Court Ave., Weston, W. Va., Phi 
Sigma Kappa executive council. Powder Puff football coach; ALLEN 
POGELSANGER, RD #2, Shippensburg, Pa. 



CAROL FEAR, 1600 Clifton Rd., Fairmont, W. Va., Pi Beta Phi 
house Dresident, Dolphins, transfer student guide; STEPHEN 
PEASTER, 896 East Ave., Shinnston, W. Va., Kappa Alpha, Sphinx, 
Mr. Mountaineer; ROBERT PEEMAN, 36 Campus Dr., Morgan- 
town. W. Va., Pi Kappa Alpha; SUE PERRANDO, 414 Roane Ave., 
Clarksburg, W. Va.. Alpha Delta Theta, YWCA. Newman Club. 




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KENNETH FONVILLE, 353 Sound Beach Ave., Old Greenwich, 
Conn., Sigma Chi president, the Mountaineer, Lair program council; 
VICTORIA FORD, 2217 Fairfield Ave., Bluefield, W. Va., Chi 
Omega, AWS secretary, N. Terrace Hall president; CORKY 
FOSTER, 167 Riverside Dr., Welch, W. Va., Phi Sigma Kappa, 
student legislature, leadership conference steering comm.; CAROLE 
FOX, RD #6, Box 137, Morgantown, W. Va., ACEI, Sigma Tau 
Sigma, SNEA. 



PHYLLIS FOX, 710 Walnut St., Ravenswood, W. Va.; NANCY 
FRAGALE, 409 Ohio Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va., Gamma Phi Beta, 
Student Party, Young Democrats; PAT FRAGILE, 115 Lancaster, 
Beckley, W. Va., Beta Theta Pi, Arnold Air Society, Greek Week 
steering comm.; FRANKLYN FRAGOMENE, Rt. 2, Box 910, 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



JOHN FRANKLIN, 42 Maryland St., Keyser, W. Va., athletic dept. 
statistician; DOUGLAS FREDERICK, 101 N. West St., Couders- 
port. Pa., Phi Delta Theta, Xi Sigma Pi, Forestry Club; RONALD 
FREE, 5807 Wilson Lane, Bethesda, Md., Phi Delta Theta vice- 
president, advanced Army ROTC; JEAN FULLER, 4213 Noyes 
Ave., Charleston, W. Va., Alpha Delta Pi, Mountaineer Weekend 
steering comm. 



DAVID FUNDERBURK, 435 Westmoreland Dr., Dunbar, W. Va., 
Delta Tau Delta; ROBERT EYE, RD #4. McDonald, Pa., Alpha 
Zeta, Agronomy Club, SCSA; JAMES GABRIEL, 602 Pittsburgh 
Ave., Fairmont, W. Va., Pi Kappa Alpha, student legislature, Tau 
Beta Pi; ALLEN GALLI. 366 Boyers Ave.. Star City, W. Va., Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Student Party. 



JANE GAMBLE, 7309 Pineview Lane, Clinton, Md., Phi Epsilon 
Phi; WAYNE GANDEE, 234 4th Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va., Delta 
Tau Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, cultural comm.; CHARLES 
GARDNER, 3001 Aljean Dr., Bethel Park, Pa., Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Sigma Delta Chi, DA assistant managing editor; PHILLIP GAUJOT, 
585 Sherwood Dr., Huntington, W. Va., Kappa Sigma, Fi Batar 
Cappar. 



KATHERINE GEORGE. 11600 Gardenia Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa., Chi 
Omega, YWCA, Young Republicans; ROBERT GERLACK, 347 
Marrick Manor, Monongahela, Pa., Alpha Delta Sigma, golf team; 
MARY GERMAIN, 513 Dennett Rd., Oakland. Md., Home Eco- 
nomics Club; MARILYN GIBAS, 518 Grant St., Newell, W. Va., 
TAC, Newman Club. 




ROBERT GISSY. 2210 17th St., Parkersburg, W. Va., Sigma Nu 
pledge marshall, IFC honor court, AIIE; WILLIAM GLOVER, New 
Martinsville. W. Va., Kappa Sigma, IEEE; RICHARD GNEGY, 
Box 127, Oakland, Md., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Order of the Grail: 
DONNA GOCKE, 833 Monongalia Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Greek Week coordinator. 



DENNIS GODFREY. 2501 Grand Ave., 
Parkersburg, W. Va„ Sigma Chi, Lair vice- 
president; CLARALYN GOLDBERG, 201 
Jackson Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; 
KATHRYN GONDER, 425 E. Alder. Oak- 
land. Md.. Delta Delta Delta. National Col- 
legiate Players president. Phi Epsilon Phi; 
JAMES GRANDSTAF, 1517 Atlas Rd.. 
Wheeling, W. Va., Kappa Alpha; PATRICIA 
GRANT, Box 255, Charles, W. Va., Gamma 
Phi Beta, Student Party. 



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JOHN GRAY, 607 King St.. Clarksburg, W. Va., Delta Tan Delta 
assistant treasurer, Monticola business manager. Student Honors 
Convocation; MARY GRAY, 62 Pleasant View Ave., Wheeling, W. 
Va., Chi Omega, Phi Upsilon Omicron, ACP; VIRGINIA GREEN, 
2609 Bethel Church Rd., Bethel Park, Pa., Deha Delta Delta: VAN 
GRIFFIN, Box 662, Sutton, W. Va., Kappa Alpha, Pi Epsilon Tau. 



PATRICIA GRIMEK, 141 N. Manheim St., York, Pa., Junior Amer- 
ican Dental Hygienist Assoc: WILLIAM GROVES, 320- N. Market, 
Carmichaels. Pa., Kappa Sigma, football: YENION GUIBBORY, 65 
Bluff Ave., Rowayton, Conn., Symphony concertmaster, Sphinx 
scholarship award. Order of the Grail: MARY LYNN GUTHRIE, 
115 Boston St., Paden City, W. Va., Alpha Phi. 



DAVID GUZY, HuttonsvMle, W. Va., Alpha Gamma Rho: MARY 
HAM, 1201 Kroollwood PI., Martinsville, W. Va.: WILLIAM 
HAMEL, 1933 Harrison Ave., St. Albans, W. Va., ASME vice-presi- 
dent: BURTON HAMMONS, RFD #2, St. Marys, W. Va., ASME, 
Outine Club. 



JANE HAMRICK, 608 Tomlinson Ave., Glendale, W. Va., Alpha 
Xi Delta, Festival of Ideas comm., ACP chairman: TIMOTHY 
HANLEY, Box 362, Rainelle, W. Va., Kappa Alpha vice-president, 
varsity football, Mountain: JOHN HARDER, 67 Buena Vista, 
Youngstown 13, Ohio, Tau Kappa Epsilon, ACP; JOSEPH HARIM, 
RD #1, Box 258, Dunbar, Pa., ASME. 



ROBERT HARLER, 212 Grant Ave., Moundsville, W. Va., Phi 
Delta Theta; ANNA HARNER, 1711 28th St., Vienna, W. Va., Chi 
Omega, ACEI; EUGENE HARNER, 117 N. Rosemont, Martinsburg, 
W. Va., Phi Kappa Psi, AIIE president, Tau Beta Pi secretary; 
MARION HARRIS. 1207 Jackson Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va., Delta 
Delta Delta marshall. Lair president, 1966 Monticola copy editor. 



JOHN HAVEKOTTE, 4611 W. Lawnview Dr.. Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Delta Tau Delta: CLAIR HAWKINS, 47 Hartford St., Morgantown, 
W. Va., Delta Tau Delta, Fi Batar Cappar vice-LHCP; KERMIT 
HAWLEY, RFD #1, Box 78, Kingwood, W. Va., Phi Epsilon Phi; 
THOMAS HAWSE III, 216 Washington St., Moorefield, W. Va., 
Delta Tau Delta, Fi Batar Cappar. 



ERNEST HAYS II, Pineville, W. Va.. Delta Tau Delta, Fi Batar 
Cappar, student cabinet; WILLIAM HAZARD, 1436 Clover Lane, 
W. Chester, Pa., Pi Kappa Alpha, wrestling team; ROBERT 
HAZLETT, 57 Mozart Rd., Wheeling, W. Va., Phi Delta Theta; 
SUSAN HEFFLER, 80 Knolls Cres., Riverdale, N.Y., Sigma Delta 
Tau, MENC, symphony. 



ALLEN HEFLIN II, Inwood, W. Va., Varsity Golf, Alpha Delta 
Sigma, Sigma Nu; JEANNE HEINDEL, 942 Hughes Dr., St. Albans, 
W. Va., Alpha Delta Pi treasurer. YWCA. Student Party; DAVID 
HEISHMAN. Wardensville, W. Va., Alpha Gamma Rho; JANET 
HELDRETH, Box 47, Wyatt, W. Va., Alpha Delta Theta. 




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KATHRYN HELLER, 7002 Vagabond Dr., Falls Church. Va.. Math 
Club president, Sigma Tau Sigma treasurer; DOLORES HELVY, 
318 E. 5th St., Belle, W. Va., Orchesis treasurer. Dolphins, Inter- 
Varsity Christian Fellowship; MARYLOU HERVOL. 330 Weaver- 
town Rd., Canonsburg, Pa., Panhellenic Council, Mountainlair social 
comm. chairman. Alpha Delta Pi; RICK HESSE, Box 188, Fayette- 
ville, W. Va., Phi Kappa Psi. 



JANNETT HICKMAN, Box 344, Cowen, W. Va., Jr., ADHA, Sec; 
JUDY HICKMAN, Rt. 2, Fairmont, W. Va., Student Pharmaceutical 
Assoc, secretary-treasurer. Lambda Kappa Sigma, Mountaineer Week 
Team; MARVIN HICKS, 2901 Hideaway Rd., Fairfax, Va., Kappa 
Sigma; PHILIP HIGH, 705 Fifth Moundsville, W. Va., Phi Kappa 
Psi, Student Party. 



JAMES HILDRETH, 200 Blandy Rd., Norfolk, Va., Fi Batar Cap- 
par, Daily Alhenaeum. Kappa Sigma; JOHN HILL, West Union, W. 
Va., Sigma Nu; MARY KATHERINE HILL, Box 185, Bramwell, 
W. Va., YWCA Cabinet, SNEA, Delta Delta Delta; SHARYN 
HOFFMAN, 3902 Palisades Dr., Weirton, W. Va., YWCA. Student 
Party, Gamma Phi Beta. 





RICHARD HOFFMANN, 250 East 4th Ave., 
Roselle, N.J., ASCE; JOHN HOKE, 25 Brent- 
wood Rd., Camp Hill, Pa., Kappa Alpha; 
JEAN HOLTER, 1334 Anderson Ave., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va., Chimes, Alpha Delta Theta, 
Ski Club; BARBARA HOOD. 1212 Evergreen 
Rd. Wilmington, Del., Student Party, Nursing 
Honorary, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



MARY HOPE, 210 Hampton Ave., Honea 
Path, S.C, Student Party, YWCA, Alpha 
Delta Pi; CHERYL HORTON, RD #7, Box 
166, Morgantown, W. Va., Student Legislature, 
Alpha Delta Pi; LAUREL HOWERY, 312 
Hartley Ave., Beckley, W. Va., Orchesis, Chi 
Omega; CHRYSTYNE HOYER, 7106 Alger 
Rd., Falls Church, Va., Student Party, Foreign 
Student Relations, Alpha Delta Pi; JOHN 
HOZINEE, 65 Rose Blvd., Uniontown, Pa. 



NANCY HUFF, 2310 Liberty St., Parkersburg, W. Va, 1966 Home- 
coming Queen, Orchesis, Li-Toon-Awa, Chimes president. Delta 
Gamma; DAVID HUFFMAN, 1770 Morgantown, Morgantown 
Ave., Fairmont, W. Va., Sigma Phi Epsilon; MARY SUE HUFF- 
MAN, Carskadon Rd., Keyser, W. Va., Chi Omega; JANET 
HUGHES, Looneyville, W. Va., Baptist Student Movement, YWCA. 



ALVA F. HUNT JR., 374 Yorktown Rd., Poguoson. Va., Lambda 
Chi Alpha; MARYANN HUNTER, 11 Grandview PI., Princeton, W. 
Va.. All Campus Party, Dolphin Club. Delta Gamma; ROBERT 
HUNTER. 2849 Maplewood Lane, Allison Park, Pa., Society of 
American Foresters. Soil Conservation Soc. of Amer., Alpha Gamma 
Rho; BETHE W. INGRAHAM, 815 3rd St., Williamstown, W. Va., 
Mpha Delta Theta. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Gamma, 



TERRI ISAACMAN, 1933 N. 2nd St., Harrisburg, Pa., Student 
Party. Hillel, Sigma Delta Tau; HARRY JACOBS JR., 664 Winches- 
ter Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va., Phi Kappa Psi; NANCY JACOBS, 
5746 Clark Ave., Bethel Park, Pa., Alpha Delta Pi; BENJAMIN 
JAMES, 1003 W. Neville St., Beckley, W. Va. 




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MARY PAT KASUN, 1110 Louden Hrars. Rd., Charleston. \V. Va., 
Monticola staff. Alpha Delta Pi: LANCE KAUF, RD #2. West 
Sunbury. Pa., Block and Bridle, Livestock Judging Team. Alpha 
Gamma Rho; SHARON KEAG, 2808 Bon Aire, Victoria, Texas, 
nursing class treasurer. Alpha Phi corresponding secretary; RE- 
BECCA KEENEY, 2317 Jefferson Ave., St. Albans. W. Va.. Alpha 
Phi vice-president. Mountaineer Weekend subcommittee. 



KATHLEEN KEIFER, 143 1st Ave.. Paden City. W. Va., Alpha 
Phi: BARBARA KEITH. Leatherwood Lane. Wheeling. W. Va.. 
Alpha Xi Delta vice-president. Siema Alpha Eta. Li-Toon-Awa; 
HARRIS KELLER. 432 W. Berkeley St.. Uniontown. Pa.. Phi Sigma 
Delta president. Alpha Kappa Psi; MICHAEL KELLER, 710 N. 
Queen. Martinsburg, W- Va., Phi Kappa Psi. 




ROGER JEFFRIES, 1421 Eastern Ave., Morgantown. W. Va., WVU 
Veterans Club. Ochisties, Pi Sigma Alpha; JOHN JELACIC, 141 
Roosevelt Ave., Benwood, W. Va.; JUDITH JENKINS. Box 1221, 
Monterey. Calif.. Pi Delta Phi; JAMES JOHNSON, 75 Idelwild Rd., 
Edison, N.J.. Kappa Sigma. 



RICHARD JOHNSON. 672 N. High St., Morgantown, W. Va., wres- 
tling team. Inter-Fraternity Chaplains Council. Phi Sigma Kappa vice- 
president; ROBERTA JOHNSON, 3009 N. Tacoma, Arlington, Va.. 
Physical Education Majors Club; RUTH JOLLIFFE, 1101 4th St.. 
New Martinsville, W. Va.; BRYAN JONES, 25 Westover Rd., 
Werona, N.J. 



JAMES JONES. 196 Gateshead Dr.. Pittsburgh. Pa.. Sigma Nu, 
Intramurals, Student Party: JAMES JONES JR.. 108 Windsor Lane, 
Favette\ ille. W. Va.. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. MENC, Mountaineer 
Marching Band; MARVIN JONES, Box 385, Mt. Lake Park. Md.; 
ROGER JOZWIAK, Box 299, Lafferty, Ohio, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




ROBERT KELLER, Box 106. Shepherdstown. W. Va., ASME, Phi 
Delta Theta pledgemaster; MARY JO KELLY, 210 McClelland Rd., 
Canonsburg. Pa.. Cover Girl. 1st attendant to Homecomine Queen, 
Alpha Delta Pi; JOHN KENNA. 313 Scenic Dr.. St. Albans. W. Va., 
AIIE. intramurals. Phi Siema Kappa: GILES KENNEDY. 424 Alta 
Vista Ave., Glen Dale, W. Va., Scabbard and Blade, SNEA. 



HAMIL KESSEL JR.. Ill Lilly St.. Beckley. W. Va.. IFC honor 
court. Parking Comm. chairman; Phi Kappa Psi; GLENN KISER, 
67'i'^ Penn Ave.. Pittsburgh. Pa.. All Campus Party. Homecoming 
Comm.. Delta Tau Delta; CATHLEEN KILLINGER. Box 80, 
Dauphin, Pa.. SNEA; ARTHUR KINGDON, 618 Rinehart Ave., 
Mullens, W. Va. 



ROBERT KIRK, RD #2, Box 44, Eighty-four, Pa., Kappa Alpha; 
JAMES KISSEL. RD #1, Moundsville, W. Va., Kappa Alpha; 
JUDY KLEVINS, 804 Main St.. Wheeling, W. Va., Panhellenic 
Ccuncil, Mountaineer Week speaker. Alpha Phi; JUDITH KLING- 
BERG, 636 Bellaire. Morgantown, W. Va.. Dolphins, P.E. Majors 
Club. Delta Delta Delta. 



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VICTOR KUTIS, 408 6th St., Glendale, W. Va., Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
PHILIP KYLE. 128 Grove, Clarksburg, W. Va.; PHILIP LACARIA, 
Rt. 2, Box 434, Clarksburg, W. Va.; JANICE LANGFITT, 1511 
Grosscup Ave., Dunbar, W. Va., Alpha Xi Delta. SNEA. 



MICHAEL LAPUTKA, 3 1 1 W. Diamond Ave., Hazleton, Pa., Delta 
Tau Delta; ROY LAYMAN, Box 15, Bayard, W. Va.; ANN 
LEHMAN, 708 Mt. Vernon Ave., Fairmont, W. Va., Mortar Board, 
Chimes, Li-Toon-Awa, Kappa Kappa Gamma; MARTHA LEM- 
BRIGHT, 555 E. Milton St., Alliance, Ohio, Delta Delta Delta, 
Sponsors chairman, Dolphins. 



DON LENOX, Box 248, Philippi, W. Va., Tau Kappa Epsilon; 
DAVID LEROY, 9144 Old Courthouse Rd., Vienna, Va., Phi Delta 
Theta, Pershing Rifles, Young Republicans; LESTER LEVY, 1 10 
Summit St., Ladewood, N.J., swimming team. Student Party, Phi 
Sigma Delta; LAWRENCE LEWIS, 10312 Wood Rd., Fairfax, Va., 
Phi Kappa Sigma, Fi Batar Cappar. 



JOHN KNAPIK, Box 233, Mather, Pa., ASLE president. Student 
Party; PHILIP KNIERIM, 1915 Decatur. Wheeling, W. Va., Xi 
Sigma Pi, Alpha Zeta, Society of American Foresters; MARCELLA 
KNOTTS, 205 Moritz Ave.. Grafton, W. Va, PE Majors Club, Stu- 
dent Party, Kappa Phi; CAROL KNUDSON, 965 Zerkle St., St. 
Albans, W. Va., YWCA, Monticola staff. 



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LADD KOCHMAN, 1000 Fairview Rd., Hagerstown, Md., Helvetia, 
Sphinx, Phi Sigma Kappa; JOSEPH KOMOROWSKL 1310 Center 
St., Moundsville, W. Va., Marching Band, Concert Band, Kappa 
Kappa Psi; MARYELLEN KOMOROWSKL 1310 Center St., 
Moundsville, W. Va., Math Club, SNEA, Russian Circle Club; 
MARION KOSTKA, 2925 Elm St., Weirton, W. Va., Student Party, 
Young Democrats, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



JAMES KROGER, 1709 34th St., Parkersburg, W. Va., Young Re- 
publicans, Newman, Student Partv; JOHN KROLIK, RD #1, New 
Stanton, Pa.. IEEE; ALAN KRU'CHKOW, 1132 Hope St., Spring- 
dale, Conn., Forestry Club, Ski Club, Society of American Foresters; 
GUY KUMP, 41 High St., Elkins, W. Va., Beta Theta Pi. 



TERRY LICHTY, 537 S. Columbia Ave., Somerset, Pa., SNEA, 
Veterans Club; ERIC LILLY, 700 Northwestern Ave., Beckley, W. 
Va., Student Party, Phi Kappa Psi, golf team; PATSY LIPSCOMB, 
Rt. 1, Aurora, W. Va.; JAMES LISTWAN, 685 Broad St., Clifton, 
N.J., freshman wrestling team, Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



CAROL LITZ, 2630 Belvue, Bluefield, W. Va., ACEI, AWS, Chi 
Omega; JOAN LOMBARDO, Box 488, Kimball, W. Va., Home 
Economics Chapter; LEE LOOS, 7 Leawood Ave., Wheeling, W. 
Va., AHEA, NEA, Phi Omicron Upsilon; BETTY LOVELL, 5209 
Virginia Ave., Charleston, W. Va., All Campus Party, SNEA, Alpha 
Xi Delta. 




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PAUL LOWE. 501 Pennsylvania Ave., Charleston, W. Va.. Phi 
Kappa Psi; ROBERT LOWE, Box 353, Grantsville, W. Va., Sigma 
Chi, Kappa Psi, Sigma Tau Sigma; HERBERT LOYD, 216 Forest 
Circle, Sachar, W. Va., Phi Sigma Kappa, Sphinx, Fi Batar Capar; 
NICOLAS LOZANO, 379 Newtown Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., Phi 
Kappa Alpha. 



WILLIAM LUCARELLL 14 Hawthorne St., Wheeling, W. Va., 
Kappa Alpha; CAROLYN LUGAR, 603 Park, Morgantown, W. Va., 
YMCA, All Campus Party, Delta Gamma; GARY LYERLA, 2643 
Main, Hurricane, W. Va., AIAA, Sigma Gamma Tau, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; HAROLD LYNCH, 610 Montgomory Ave., Cumberland, 
Md. 



PHILLIP LYNCH, 108 Highland Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., Tau 
Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau; FOSTER LYTLE II, 2001 Foley Ave., 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; PHILIP MAIRS, 2700 Woodleigh Rd., Haver- 
town, Pa., intramurals; FRANK MALARDIE, Box 426, Slovan, Pa., 
Varsity Club. 




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KENNETH MARSCHNER, 720 Montgomery Ave., Rockledge, Pa., 
Rifle Club, Ski Club, Sigma Tau Sigma: JUDITH MARTIN, 115 
Kerens Ave., Elkins, W. Va., Academic Study Forum, Lambda 
Kappa Sigma; DAVID MASON, 8 West St., Cameron, W. Va., Phi 
Kappa Sigma; JOHN MASSA JR., 1324 Virginia Ave., Monaca, Pa., 
Theta Chi, AIIE. 



ANTHONY MASSINOPLE, 1015 Woodland Ave., Beckley, W. Va., 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Kappa Alpha; MARVIN MASTERS, Box D-529, 
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., All Campus Party, ASCE, Theta 
Chi; RONALD MASZAK, 4241 Dunkeld PI., Pittsburgh, Pa., Kappa 
Sigma; JAMES MATEER, Box 265, Parsons, W. Va., Industrial Arts 
Club. 



JULIE MATHENY, 1435-22nd St., Parkersburg, W. Va., Chi 
Omega; MICHAEL MATHENY, 1435-22nd St., Parkersburg, W. 
Va., golf team. Phi Kappa Psi, Student Party; LEONARD MAYER, 
R-1210 Somerset Ave., Windber, Pa., Fi Batar Cappar, Kappa 
Sigma; LELA MAYFIELD, Route 7, Box 397, Morgantown, W. Va., 
SNEA, Assoc, for Childhood Education International. 



ROGER McCLAIN, 1703 23rd St., Parkersburg, W. Va., Phi Delta 
Kappa; ANN McCLUNG, Box 94. Glen Ferris, W. Va., Mountain- 
eer Weekend Subcommittee, Alpha Delta Pi chaplain; CARL Mc- 
CLUNG. 401 Newton Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., American Phar- 
maceutical Assoc, American Society of Hospital Pharmacists; 
MARY JANE McCLUNG, RD #1, Box 54, Racine, Ohio, Omicron 
Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Alpha Xi Delta. 



ROBERT McCOMBS, Quinwood, W. Va., Fi 
Batar Cappar, Theta Chi; DOUGLAS Mc- 
CORMICK, Rt. 4, Box 351, Charleston, W. 
Va., Helvetia; JACK McCULLOUGH, 2610 
High St., Natrona Heights, Pa., baseball team. 
Varsity Club; JUDY McDANIEL, 17 High- 
land St., Morgantown, W. Va., Alpha Delta 
Theta; KAREN McDOWELL, 125 Polk Ave., 
West Mifflin, Pa., Home Economics Club, 
Young Democrats. 




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BARBARA MclNTIRE. 1205 Palmyoa Ave., Richmond, Va., Sigma 
Tau Siema, Phi Alpha Theta; JUDITH MclNTIRE, 829 Benoni Ave., 
Fairmont, W. Va., Student Legislature, Greek Week steering commit- 
tee. Alpha Xi Delta; THOMAS McKISSIC, 801 15th St., Marlinton, 
W. Va., Society of American Foresters, Forestry Club; MARLYS Mc- 
MICHAEL, 911 Michigan Ave., Cumberland. Md., Steering Commit- 
tee Gold diggers Weekend, Montkola staff. Alpha Delta Pi recordmg 
secretai y. 



AMELIA McNEELY, Fifth Ave., Sutersville, Pa.; BLIX McNEILL, 
Box 24, Buckeye, W. Va., Block and Bridle Club, 4-H Club, Alpha 
Gamma Rho: EMILY McPHAIL, Rt. I, Grafton, W. Va., YWCA, 
Student Party, Gamma Phi Beta; SUZANNE McPHERSON, 650 
Galway. Bethel Park, Pa., Assoc, for Childhood Education, Pi Beta 
Phi program chairman. 



JOHN McWHORTER, 115 Waverly Way, Clarksburg, W. Va., 
Mountain, Fi Batar Cappar, Phi Kappa Psi; JOHN MEANS, 424 
Oakdale. S. Charleston, W. Va., Phi Delta Theta; SARAH RUTH 
MEEK, 376 Grant St., New Martinsville, W. Va., Student Body vice- 
president. Delta Gamma 1st vice-president; BARBARA JANE MEL- 
TON, 1200 Harper Rd„ Beckley, W. Va., Sigma Alpha Eta, Key 
Member, Father's Weekend, Alpha Xi Delta. 




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JOHN MELTON, 330 Central Ave., South Charleston, W. Va., IPC, 
Student Party, Lambda Chi Alpha; EDWARD MELVIN, 712 Avon- 
dale Ave., Cumberland, Md., Newman Club, Placement Service 
Committee student representative; JAMES MEREDITH, 116 Owings 
St., Weirton, W. Va., Phi Sigma Kappa; RONALD MEREDITH, 
206 Putnam Lane, Weirton, W. Va., Student Pharmaceutical Assoc, 
Kappa Psi. 



PAMELA MERGEN, 112 South Belleview Dr., Weirton, W. Va., 
Mountainlair house committee. Kappa Phi, YWCA; THOMAS 
MESSMORE. 1050 Beverly Hills, Fairmont, W. Va., Tau Beta Pi, 
Mountain, Phi Kappa Psi; JUDITH MEYN, 25 Austin Ave., Wheel- 
ing, W. Va., Sigma Tau Sigma, Lair program council, Chi Omega; 
PAUL MIGLIORE, 82-32 264 St., Floral Park, N.Y., Homecoming 
steering committee. Sphinx, Sigma Nu. 



CYNTHIA MILLER, 205 Duke St., Shepherdstown, W. Va., Phi 
Upsilon Omicron, Omicron Nu, Gamma Phi Beta; HARRIET MIL- 
LER, 512 Winchester Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va., SNEA, Kappa 
Alpha Phi; JOYCE MILLER, Box 8, Hastings, W. Va., Delta 
Gamma; PAULA MILLER, 2809 North Glade, N.W., Washington, 
D.C., Mortar Board, Panhellenic rush chairman. Delta Gamma. 



STEPHANIE MILLER, 13 Penn St., Pt. Marion, Pa., APA, TAC, 
Lambda Kappa Sigma; STEPHEN EARL MILLER, 968 Northwest- 
ern Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., varsity rifle team. University Singers; 
WILLIAM C. MILLER, Summersville, W. Va., Alpha Phi Omega, 
Young Republicans, Student Party; STEVE MILLHOUSE, 1428 
Lewis St., Charleston, W. Va., Beta Theta Pi, Greek Week, golf 
team. 



JOHN MILLIKEN, 153 W. Franklin St., 
Waynesburg, Pa.; SHEILA MILLS, 141 
Hickory Rd., Charleston, W. Va., Gamma Phi 
Beta, Dolphin, University Theater; ANNA 
MARY MINEHART, 335 Grand Ave., 
Bridgeport, W. Va., Delta Gamma, Ski Club; 
DIANA MINTIER, 106 W. Greene St., 
Waynesburg, Pa., Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma 
Alpha Eta; JOEL MISHNE, Howard PI., 
Wheeling, W. Va, 



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DAVID MIZINER, 201 Viola Lane, Follansbee, W. Va., Sigma Nu, 
Student Party; MARLIN MOUL. 91 East St., Spring Grove, Pa., 
Theta Chi; EDNA MONAGHAN, 1900 Memory Lane, York, Pa.; 
ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Box 416, Matewan, W. Va., Phi Kappa 
Sigma. 



JAMES MORGAN. 526 Foundry St., New Martinsville, W. Va., 
Kappa Sigma; RICHARD MULL. RED #2. Brewster. N.Y., Sigma 
Nu; LARRY MULLENDORE, Rt. 9, Box 518, Morgantown, W. 
Va.. Sigma Nu. baseball. Scabbard and Blade; JACOB MULLETT, 
759 4th St., New Martinsville, W. Va., Phi Kappa Psi. 







WILLIAM MULLETT. 759 4th St., New Martinsville, W. Va., Phi 
Kappa Psi, Fi Batar Cappar; RANDOLPH MULLINS, RFD #2, Box 
35, Bluefield. W. Va., Block and Bridle; WILLIAM MURDOCK, 
Box 7, Doolin Rd.. New Martinsville, W. Va., Sigma Nu; ROBERT 
MUSMANNO, 49 Herbst Rd., Coraopolis, Pa., Kappa Alpha, foot- 
ball. 



CLAIR MYERS, 197 Granville Ave.. Clarion, Pa.. Delta Tau Delta 
president, Fi Batar Cappar president. Sphinx; JANET MYERS, 407 
Washington Ave.. Glen Dale, W. Va., Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
MARY^ BETH MYERS. 168 Kirkpatrick Ave., Leechburg. Pa., 
Kappa Delta house president, Sigma Tau Sigma, Jr. Am. Dental 
Hygienists Assoc; WENDY MYFRS, 1709 Lorre Dr., Rockville, Md., 
Alpha Phi recording secretary, student legislature, Chimes. 



GENE NAUGLE. 244 Yarrow Lane, Pittsburgh, Pa., Amateur Radio 
Club; LINDA NAYLOR. 27 2nd St.. Youngwood, Pa.; JAMES 
NEIL. RFD #1, St. Johnsbury, Vermont, Forestry Club, Young 
Republicans; JAMES NEITZEL, 738 Birch Ave., Penndel, Pa., 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 





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NANCY NELSON, Box 62, Boomer, W. Va., Pi Beta Phi, Angel 
Flight, YWCA cabinet; RICHARD NELSON, 2770 Westmoor Rd., 
Rocky River, Ohio. Phi Kappa Psi; LINDA NESTOR, 201 Pike St., 
Philippi, W. Va., Physical Education Majors Club. Mountaineer 
Weekend steering comm.. Mountaineer Week team; DAVID NOT- 
TINGHAM, 4101 S. Colo Blvd., Denver, Colo., Phi Sigma Kappa, 
Fi Batar Cappar, intramurals. 



DANNY NUNLEY. Box 125, Quinwood, W. Va., Theta Chi; 
PAMELA NUTTER, Box 578, Gauley Bridge, W. Va., Alpha Delta 
Pi; MAX GATES, 100 N. Raleigh. Martinsburg. W. Va.. Phi Sigma 
Kappa secretary; SHARON O'CONNER, 1323 42nd St., Parkers- 
burg. W. Va.. Gamma Phi Beta, Theta Sigma Phi president. Aca- 
demic Study Forum. 



JAMES OGDEN, 5214 Pioneer Dr., Charleston. W. Va.; LINDA 
OLDAKER. Rt. 5, Box 180. Buckhannon. W. Va.. Alpha Delta Pi: 
RAYMOND O'NEAL. 270 W. Sanner, Somerset, Pa., Kappa Sigma, 
Fi Batar Cappar; KEVIN ORR, 100 Avondale Rd., Fairmont, W. 
Va., Delta Tau Delta. 



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RAYMOND ORT, 874 Sperry Terr., Cumberland, Md., Forestry 
Club; CHARLES PADDEN II, 3942 Hawlin Way, Weirton, W. Va., 
Kappa Sigma; ELIZABETH PAYNE, Box 335, Shinnston, W. Va., 
Lambda Kappa Sigma secretary, YWCA junior cabinet. Kappa Phi; 
CONLEY PAINTER, Rt. 1, Box 46, Peterstown, W. Va., Alpha 
Gamma Rho. Danforth Award, livestock judging team. 



MARILYN PALADINO, 565 N. 3rd St., LaVale, Md., Alpha Delta 
Theta; DAVID PALMER. RD #1, Mercer, Pa., Sigma Nu, varsity 
basketball. Varsity Club; JOSEPH PANETTA, 4808 Kanawha Blvd. 
E., Charleston, W. Va., Alpha Phi Delta vice-president, Arnold Air 
Society, IFC chaplains; CHARLES PARK, 33 Craven Lane, Law- 
renceville, N.J. 



LOUIS PARKHURST, 4539 43rd St. NW, Washington D.C.; MARC 
PARMENTIER, Box 371, Carmichaels, Pa., Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau 
Tau, Sigma Tau Sigma; NOLAN PARSONS, Box 82, Belmont, W. 
Va.; JAMES PATTERSON, 3405 Purdue St., Hyattsville, Md., Soil 
Conservation Society of America, Blade and Spade, Student Aca- 
demic Forum. 



CAMILLE PATTESON, 2125 Washington St.. Bluefield, W. Va., 
Delta Delta Delta chaplain; TRENTON PAULEY, 335 Watts St., 
Morgantown, W. Va., Pi Kappa Alpha, Arnold Air Society, Student 
Party; ROBERT PAULL. 225 Belmar Ave., Wellsburg, W. Va., Beta 
Theta Pi; SUSAN PEARL, Charlton Hgts., W. Va., ACP, YWCA, 
SNEA. 



ROBERT PEDLEY, 314 21st St., Charleston, W. Va., Sigma Nu; 
DIANNE PENROD, 325 S. High St., Morgantown, W. Va., Pi Beta 
Phi, Home Economics Chapter, transfer student orientation; PHILIP 
PIERCE, 594 Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, N.J.: KAREN 
PINTER, 3833 Marion Ave., Weirton, W. Va., Alpha Phi treasurer, 
Mountaineer Weekend steering committee. 



ALLEN PIPER, 23 Ave. A, Latrobe, Pa., Kappa Sigma, ASME; 
BARBARA PLATTENBURG, 5 Farms Court, Fairmont, W. Va., 
Delta Gamma, elections comm. chairman. Gold digger's steering 
comm.; KENNETH PLUM, Rt. I, Box 180, Masontown, W. Va., 
IEEE; PATRICIA POLAND, Showers Lane, Martinsburg, W. Va., 
Pi Beta Phi Pledge trainer, Li-Toon-Awa. 



DAVID POMPILI, 801/2 West Park, Westover, W. Va., Pershing 
Rifles; KENNETH POWELL, 3201 Cleveland, Aliquippa, Pa., Tau 
Kappa Epsilon; CAROLYN PRATT, 1906 Avery St., Parkersburg, 
W. Va., Delta Gamma; LEE PRATT, 532 25th St., Vienna, W. Va., 
Kappa Alpha, ACP. 



EDWARD PRICE, 264 Waitman, Morgantown, W. Va., Sigma Nu, 
elections comm., IFC; PHILIP PRICHARD, Pleasant St., Manning- 
ton, W. Va., Lambda Chi Alpha; JAY PULTZ, 53 Schubert's Lane, 
Wheeling, W. Va., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE; RODNEY 
PYLES, 121 Lorentz Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., Pi Sigma Alpha, 
Young Democrats, Astronomy Club. 



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JAMES QUARLES, 842 Carroll Rd., Charleston, W. Va,, Beta 
Theta Pi, tennis: DONALD QUINIE, 3003 Oxford St., Sistersville. 
W. Va., Kappa Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi; ROBERT QUINN, 4909 
Auburn Rd., Raleigh, N.C; COLUMBUS RADER JR., Duling St.. 
Spencer, W. Va., Student Party, ASCE. 



CHARLES RAFTER, 1516 Woodland Rd.. Salisbury, Md., Kappa 
Sigma; JUDY RAMSEY, Musick, W. Va.; VIRGINIA RAN- 
DOLPH, 398 Pennsylvania Ave., Bridgeport, W. Va., Kappa Delta. 
Ski Club. Youna Democrats; ANN RANKIN, 1342 Momingside 
Dr., Charleston, W. Va., AWS, Sigma Tau Sigma, Ski Club. 



DAVID RANKIN, 3705 State St., Weirton, W. Va., Sigma Chi; 
LOIS RATCLIFF, 834 Frederick St., Bluefield, W. Va., Pi Beta Phi. 
cheerleader. Dolphins; DONALD RAVICCHIO, 309 Linden St., 
Vandergrift. Pa.. ASME; NANETTE RECKART, 113 W. High St., 
Kingwood. W. Va., Kappa Kappa Gamma, AWS newsletter editor. 



DONALD REES. 5 Old Ox Rd., Bethel Park, Pa., Delta. Tau Delta 
president, Fi Batar Cappar, Presidents Council; ELIZABETH 
REG A, 151 Morewood St., Mt. Pleasant, Pa., Alpha Delta Pi, 
Lambda Kappa Sigma, Student Party; GENE REIFF, 747 Linda Dr., 
Pittsburgh, Pa.. Delta Tau Delta, swimming team captain. Varsity 
Club; TONA RENFORTH, 1404 Spring St.. Parkersburg. W. Va., Pi 
Beta Phi president. Mortar Board, Mu Phi Epsilon warden. 



JOHN REUTER, Old Mill Rd., Martinsburg, W. Va., sophomore 
class president, Helvetia, Beta Theta Pi; VICTORIA RHOADES, 
1306 Oakmont Rd., Charleston, W. Va., Pi Beta Phi, Angel Flight, 
student legislature; TERRE RHODERICK, 125 Fairview Ave., Fred- 
erick, Md.. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Alpha 
Theta; STEPHEN RICHARDS. 3617 Brightway, Weirton, W. Va., 
Phi Kappa Psi, debate team, student legislature. 



RITA RICHARDSON, 312 Clay St.. Sistersville, W. Va., Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, YWCA, Greek Week comm.; WILLIAM RIFFEE, 
3609 Briehtway, Weirton, W. Va., Pharmaceutical Assoc, president. 
Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Psi; DARWIN RINGLER, W. Salisbury. Pa., 
Chi Epsilon. ASCE; HAROLD RIVERS, Box 252, Welch, W. Va., 
Kappa Alpha, Forestry Club, Soc. of Am. Foresters. 



WILLIAM ROACH. 154 Holland Ave., Morgantown. W. Va.; 
JAMES ROBBINS. Box 245. Charlton Hgts.. W. Va.. Sigma Theta 
Epsilon president. Phi Lambda Upsilon; JUDITH ROBINSON, 15 
Richard Way, LaVale. Md.; DOUGLAS ROCKWELL. 145 Rose- 
mary, Romney, W. Va., Beta Theta Pi, Greek Week Comm. 



FRANKLIN ROSENBAUM. 120 West C, 
Beckley. W. Va.. Phi Sigma Delta; THOMAS 
ROSENBAUM, 120 West C, Beckley, W. Va.. 
Phi Sigma Delta. Psi Chi; NANCY ROTH. 97 
Southern Hilands, Bridgeville, Pa., Delta Delta 
Delta fraternity education offficer; JOHN 
ROWE in. Box 416. Franklin, W. Va.. Kappa 
Alpha; JUDY ROWE, N. Main St., Franklin, 
W. Va., SNEA. 




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CAROLE ROY, 852 Rawley Ave., Morgan- 
town, W. Va., Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Phi 
treasurer, Sigma Tau Sigma; JOHN ROY, 492 
Bowling Ave., Cumberland, Md., Tau Beta Pi, 
Phi Lambda Upsilon, Omega Chi Epsilon; 
RICHARD RUFF, 72 Cornell Ave., Welch, 
W. Va., Tau Kappa Epsilon, ACP, Pershing 
Rifles; ELIZABETH RUFFNER, 205 S. High 
St.. Morgantown, W. Va., Alpha Xi Delta, Li- 
Toon-Awa; LESLIE RUHA, 308 Connellsville 
St., Uniontown, Pa., Professional Recreation 
Society. 



JAMES RUNRON, 1565 Fairmont Ave., Fairmont, W. Va., Kappa 
Sigma; LINDA SAFIER, 133 Kellie Ave., Relie Vernon. Pa.. Wom- 
en's Physical Education Club, Hillel Foundation, Sigma Delta Tau; 
JOHN SANDIDGE, 2617 N. Quantico, Arlinaton. Va., ASME: 
LINDA SATTERFIELD, Route 7, Box 157, Morgantown, W, Va. 



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LARRY SHREVE, Rl. 9, Box 179, Morgantown, W. Va., Sigma Nu; 
WILLIAM .SCHULTZ, Rt. 1, Box 188, Dingwood, W. Va.. Phi Mu 
Epsilon; ELIZABETH SHUMATE, 123 Austin Ave., Beckley, W. 
Va., senior class vice-president. Li-Toon-Awa, Alpha Xi Delta; 
STACIE SHUMATE, Box 185, Charlton Heights, W. Va.; Dolphins, 
Sigma Alpha Eta, Dorm activities board. 



SUSAN SIMMONS, Oak Dr., Spencer, W. Va., YWCA, freshman 
guide. Alpha Phi; JAMES SIMS, Clarksburg, W. Va., Phi Sigma 
Kappa; LAWRENCE SINDELAR, 2920 Ivanhoe, Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio, Sigma Phi Epsilon, baseball. Student Party; PATRICIA 
SINES, 1019 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va., YWCA, Student 
Party, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



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BRENDA SAUNDERS. Box 168, Itmann, W. Va.; GARY 
SAUNDERS, 1045 Windsor, Morgantown, W. Va., Phi Sigma 
Kappa; JOHN SAVANICK, 287 Fourth St.. Cnicible, Pa., Arnold 
Air Society; DIANE SAYRE, 601 34th St., Vienna, W. Va., Mortar 
Board treasurer. Chimes secretary. Alpha Xi Delta president. 



MARK SCARBOROUGH, Piney View, W. Va., AICE: E. LEE 
SCHLAEGEL JR.. 406 Maxwell St., Charleston, W. Va., Sigma Chi 
treasurer. Alpha Kappa Psi president. Spring Spree Carnival Comm.; 
WAYNE SCHLEICHER, Harrisonville Rd., Richmond. N.J., Phi 
Delta Theta, Mountain, Sphinx; VANYLA SCHWARTZ, 110 Col- 
lege Ave., Princeton, W. Va., Outdoor Rec. committee, professional 
Rec. Society, Alpha Delta Pi. 



EDMUND SCOTT, Box 121, Uwchland, Pa., Kappa Alpha; 
NANCY SEELEY, RD #3, Carlson Rd., Jamestown, N.Y.; CRAIG 
SELBY. 816 Ridgeway, Morgantown, W. Va., Beta Theta Pi; 
CARTA SHAFFER, Rt. 4, Box 392, Morgantown, W. Va., Young 
Republicans. Physical Education Majors Club. 



PATRICIA SHAVER, 388 Diamond Ave.. Belle. W. Va.; RE- 
BECCA SHEETS, Green Bank, W. Va., Kappa Delta president; 
JEANNETTE SHEPP, 35 A St., Keyser, W. Va., Gamma Phi Beta, 
SNEA, YWCA; MICKEY SHERENSKY, 115 School St., Weirton, 
W. Va., SNEA. 




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LOLA SIZEMORE, Lizemores, W. Va.. YWCA, student administra- 
tion committee coordinator. Delta Gamma; ROBERT SLOAN, Box 
396, RD #L Trafford, Pa., ASME, Phi Delta Theta, Ski Club; 
BARBARA SMITH. Robinwood Lane, Houston, Texas, freshman 
counselor, Young Democrats, Lair Film Arts: CAROLYN SMITH, 
119 Woodland Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va., social committee, Sigma 
Alpha Eta, Alpha Xi Delta. 



DANIEL SMITH, 1233 Sunrise Dr., Bluefield, W. Va., Kappa Sigma, 
Fi Batar Cappar; GARY SMITH. Petersburg, W. Va., University 
Treatre. Academic Study Forum; lANET SMITH, 301 Kanawha St., 
Belle, W. Va., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; JOSEPH SMITH, 
149 Nighbert St., Logan, W. Va., Alpha Phi Omega, Baptist Student 
Fellowship, Phi Kappa Sigma. 



KATHRYN SMITH, 3519 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton, W. Va., 
YWCA; LAWRENCE SMITH, Pitman Richwood Rd., Pitman, N.J., 
Phi Delta Theta, All Campus Party; MICHAEL SMITH, 214 Gal- 
latin, Ravenswood, W. Va., Kappa Alpha; ANDREW SMYDO, 100 
Stella, Burgettstown, Pa., IEEE, Student Party. 



MARY SMYTH, Rt. 1, Box 22, Maidsville, W. Va., Kappa Phi, 
TAC; RICHARD SNOUFFER, 1801 J. F. Kennedy Blvd., Phila, 
Pa., Theta Chi; BONNIE SNYDER, 387 Rotary St., Morgantown, 
W. Va., Pi Delta Phi, Kappa Kappa Gamma; DONALD SNYDER, 
High St., Charlestown, W. Va., Phi Kappa Sigma. 



JON SNYDER, College Hill, Phillippi, W. Va., WVU Ski Club, Phi 
Delta Theta treasurer; SARAH SOUTH, 125 Redford Rd., Dreland, 
Pa., Young Democrats, Student Party; JUDITH SOUTHERN, 113 
Rideeway Dr., Bridgeport, W. Va., YWCA Lair social comm.. Delta 
Gamma; PATRICIA SPADAFORE, 1306 Virginia Ave., Fairmont, 
W. Va. 



LARRY SPALEK, 327 Coolspring St., Uniontown, Pa., Newman 
Student Movement president. Campus Ecumenical Council, Foreign 
Student Relation Comm. chairman; MARY SPATZ, 421 Oakridge 
Ave., No. Plainfield, N.J.; DOUGLAS SQUIRE, 2025 Quarrier St., 
Charlestown. W. Va.; DONALD SQUIRES, Box 481, Weston, W. 
Va., Phi Sigma Kappa president. 





JOHN STALNAKER, Rt. 3. Box 261 K, Weston, W. Va., Alpha Tau 
Alpha; ELIZABETH STANSBURY, 806 Montrose Dr., So. Charles- 
ton. W. Va., Assoc, for Childhood Education, Alpha Xi Delta schol- 
arship chairman; SALLY STECKER, 293 Dormont, Morgantown, 
W. Va.. Sigma Tau Sigma, Kappa Kappa Gamma; ROBERTA STEEL, 
12903 Neola Rd., Wheaton, Md., Delta DeUa Delta. 



THOMAS STEELE, 224 Dixon Blvd., Uniontown, Pa., Sigma Chi; 
DAVID STEPHENS, 444 17th St., Dunbar, W. Va., Arnold Air 
Society. Air Force Association, Siema Phi Epsilon; CHARLES 
STEWART, 810 Mayflower Dr., Charleston, W. Va., ASME; JOHN 
STEWART, 516 Main, Sistersville, W. Va., soccer team captain, Fi 
Batar Cappar, Kappa Sigma. 



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RONALD STEWART, 1108 Montrose Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va., 
Phi Kappa Psi. Student Party: EDWARD STIPANDIC. Box 142, 
Windsor Hgts., W. Va., ASME, Pi Tau Sigma; R. RUSSELL 
STOBBS, 3645 Ross St., Wheeling, W. Va.; JOSEPH STONE, 806 
Florence Dr., Charleston, W. Va., Lambda Chi Alpha. 



SARAH STORCK, 550I-2nd Ave., Vienna, W. Va., varsity cheer- 
leader, Sigma Alpha Eta, Alpha Xi Delta; JOHN STRADER, Box 
266, Cairo. W. Va.: LINDA STUART. 5145 Forrest Rd.. Lewiston, 
N.Y., Chi Omega, Orchesis, Gr. American Dental Hygienists Assoc; 
JAMES STULTZ, 1307 7th St., Moundsville, W. Va., Alpha Delta 
Sigma, Scabbard and Blade. 





JOHN THOMAS. Rt. 1. Box 41, Peterstown, W. Va., IEEE, Organ- 
ization of Arab Students: POLLY THOMAS, 345 N. 30, Camp Hill, 
Pa., Theta Sigma Phi vice president, Dailv Athenaeum Associate 
editor, Deha Gamma; ROBERT THOMAS, 210 Roberta Dr., Mun- 
hall, Pa., AJMMPE, Pi Kappa Alpha; SUSAN THOMAS, 1009 
Arthur, Scottdale, Pa., SNEA, Woman's Hall judiciary board. Stu- 
dent Party. 



WILLIAM THOMAS, 26 Hogsett St., Uniontown, Pa., All Campus 
Party rules comm. chairman, Theta Chi; WAYNE THOMPSON, 
Box 83, Verdunville, W. Va., Alpha Phi Omega, Baptist Student 
Fellowship, Student Party; CHARLES TILTON, Charleston, W. Va., 
Eta Kappa Nu, TEEE, Tau Kappa Epsilon; VIRGINIA TILTON, 
Nitro, W. Va., Phi Upsilon Omicron, 



ERIC SUDER, 21 Boggess, Buckhannon, W. Va., Kappa Alpha; 
SHEILA SULLIVAN, Box 1024, Charleston, W. Va., Panhellenic 
Council president, Chi Omega vice-president. Mortar Board; ROB- 
ERT SWISHER, 402 Elm St., Cranford, N.J., Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Sigma Tau Sigma, Beta Theta Pi: CAROLYN TAYLOR, 706 Mt. 
Vernon Ave., Fairmont. W. Va., Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



MARY BELLE TAYLOR, Box 143, Quinwood. W. Va., Sigma Tau 
Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta; JAMES TEETS SR., Terra Aha, W. 
Va., Alpha Gamma Rho; EDGAR TH ACKER III, 821 Spring, 
Gardon Dr., Bluefield, W. Va., Phi Kappa Psi, student administra- 
tion; CATHERINE THOMAS, 1 10 Wood St., West Union, W. Va., 
Phi Upsilon Omicron vice-president, 4-H Club secretary, Sigma Tau 
Sigma. 





MARVIN TIMBREOK, Point Pleasant, N.J., Kappa Psi treasurer. 
Delta Tau Delta, American Pharmaceutical Assoc; JANE TOBEN, 
374 Jacobs Dr.. Morcantown, W. Va., Kappa Phi, Math Club, pub- 
licity TAC chmn.; LINDA TOLSTOI. 11 Adams Lane, Uniontown, 
Pa.; RONALD TOMASCHKO, 611 DufT Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va., 
Order of the Grail. 



BETH TOMLINSON, 12 Cliffwood PL. Metuchen, N.J., Kappa 
Kappa Gamma: KAREN TOOTHMAN, Williams Addition, Fair- 
view, W. Va., Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau Sigam, SNEA: JOHN TRED- 
WAY, W. Va.. Alpha Gamma Rho; JUDITH TRESINO, 2423 
Morning Side Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va., Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Delta 
Phi, Sigma Tau Sigma. 



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BEVERLY VAN SCOY, 531 James St., Bridgeport, W. Va., AWS, 
Home Economics Club; JERRY VIA. Box 581, Crab Orchard, W. 
Va., YWCA, Alpha Xi Delta; CATHERINE VOGEL, 340 Carolina 
Ave., Chester, W. Va., Phi Upsilon Omicron; STEPHEN WALKER, 
218 Ashby Ave., Charleston, W. Va., Fi Batar Cappar, Kappa 
Alpha, IFC. 



RICHARD WALTER, 86 Newton St., Fredonia, N.Y., IEEE chair- 
man; NANCY WARDER, 806 Washington, Charleston, W. Va., 
Gamma Phi Beta, YWCA, transfer student guide; DIANE 
WARNICK, 215 Sherman Ave., Waynesburg, Pa., Mu Phi Epsilon, 
MENC, Sigma Tau Sigma: MARY WATKINS, 5604 Starling Dr., 
Charleston, W. Va. 



CHARLES WHIELDON, 982 Grand St., Morgantown, W. Va., Phi 
Delta Theta; SHARON WHIFFER, 11 N. Locust St., Buckhannon, 
W. Va., Lambda Kappa Sigma recording secretary, American Phar- 
maceutical Assoc, Rho Chi; ROBERT WHITE, 5471 Starwood, Mil- 
ford, Mich., Phi Sigma Kappa, IFC honor court; FRANK WILKIN, 
681 Forest Circle, South Charleston, W. Va., Tau Beta Pi. Sigma 
Gamma Tau, AIAA. 



JANE WILKINSON, Box 179, Huntington, W. Va., Gamma Phi 
Beta, Lair films comm.. Student Party; JANE WILLIAMS, 1214 8th 
St., Moundsville, W. Va., YWCA, Dorm Council; JO WILLIAMS, 
115 Senate Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa., Delta Delta Delta president; GARY 
WILSON, 8710 McCorkle Ave., Marmet, W. Va. 



CAROL TROILO, 906 Isabella Rd., Connellsville, Pa., varsity cheer- 
leader. Varsity Club, Alpha Xi Delta; MARY TROXELL, 492 Wis- 
consin Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; L. STITES TUCKWILLER, 620 
Benoni, Fairmont, W. Va., Sigma Chi; KENNETH TURNER, Box 
233, Grantsville, Md., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. 



REBECCA TURNER. Box 76, Rt. 1, Catawba, W. Va., concert band, 
AWS, 4-H Club; ABRAHAM ULANGCA, Caloocan City, Philip- 
pines, Cosmopolitan Club, IEEE; DENNIS ULERY, RD #1, East 
Millsboro, Pa., ASME, Pi Tau Sigma; LINDA UMANSKY, 7 Drum 
Hill Dr., Summit, N.J., Hillel, Majors Club, Sigma Delta Tau. 





JERRY WATTS, Rt. 1, Box 207, Ridgeley, W. Va., Theta Chi; 
GARY WAUGERMAN, RD #1, Buffalo Mills, Pa., Kappa Sigma; 
CAROLYN WEBB. Box 205, Peterstown, W. Va., 4-H Club, Lair 
comm.. Home Economics Student-Facuhy Board; DAVID WEBB, 
Rock Creek, W. Va., Phi Sigma Kappa. 



SANDRA WEBNER, Miller Rd., Kingwood, W. Va.; JENIFER 
WELTNER, Rt. 4, Box 205, Morgantown, W. Va., TAC; MARILYN 
WESTFALL, Box 246, Apple Creek, Ohio, Phi Upsilon Omicron, 
Home Economics Club, Wesley Methodist Church Choir; NORMA 
WHETZEL, Kearnsysville, W. Va., YWCA, 4-H Club, Student 
Party. 




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JUNE WILSON, Rt. 2, Box 119. Tunnelton, W. Va., SNEA. YWCA, 
All Campus Party, KEITH WILSON. 704 Crooks Ave.. Ravens- 
wood. W. Va.: JOHN WINEMILLER. 908 East Ave.. Shinnston. W. 
Va., Alpha Zeta; LARRY A. WINTER, Delta Tau Delta, Mountain, 
Sphin,\. 



CARL WINTERS, Eglon. W. Va.; JAN WITHROW, 324 S. Lom- 
bard. Uniontown, Pa.. Varsity Club, baseball team: MARSHA 
WOOD. 709 Red Oak St.. Charleston. W. Va.. Alpha Xi Delta. Phi 
Upsilon Omicron: VIRGINIA WOOD, 508 Cedar St., Morgantown, 
W. Va., Gamma Phi Beta, PE Majors Club, Dolphin Club president. 



JUDITH WOODS, Cowen, W. Va.. Alpha Xi Delta. Jr. American 
Dental Hygienists Assoc; DIANE WOODMAN, 818 Chappell Rd., 
Charleston. W. Va., Assoc, of Childhood Education, YWCA, Cos- 
mopolitan Club: JOHN WORDEN, 218 McClellan Dr., Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau Sigma: CHARLES 
WRIGHT, 734 Myrtle Rd., Charleston, W. Va.. Beta Theta Phi. 



RODGER WRIGHT. 805 E. Grafton Rd., Fairmont, W. Va., Phi 
Kappa Sisma. Dolphin Club. Arnold Air Society. AFROTC Rifle Team 
president: NAOMI WRISTON. Rt. 1, Scarbro, W. Va., YWCA, 
SNEA, Kappa Phi; RICHARD WYCOFF, 433 Richwood Ave., 
Morgantown, W. Va., ROTC: CALVIN YOUNG, 132 Beverley St., 
Kingwood, W. Va., freshman basketball team. 



DONALD ZAK, 2523 Grand. Parkersbure. W. Va.. Sigma Nu. Stu- 
dent Party: EUGENE ZAPPA. 1822 Vollmer Dr.. Glenshaw, Pa., 
varsity soccer. Varsity Club. Fi Batar Cappar: EDWARD 
ZIEROLD. 3628 State St.. Weirton. W. Va.. Sigma Chi; WILLIAM 
ZIMMERMAN. 867 Towererest Dr.. Pittsburgh, Pa., Delta Tau 
Delta, Varsity Club, Industrial Arts Club. 



DOREEN ZINKUS. 1519 17th St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; GEORGE 
ZITZMAN, 1652 McFarland Rd.. Pittsburgh, Pa., Kappa Sigma, 
varsity swimming: FRANCES ZOCCO, 8351 SW 47th St., Miami, 
Fla., MENC, University Orchestra. 








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MARK ABELMAN. 2805 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.: NANCY 
ABERNATHEY. 92 Rose Crest Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; BARBARA 
ADAMS, 2575 University Ave., Moreantown, W. Va.: BILLIE 
ADAMS, 619 4th St., New Martinsville, W. Va.; JOHN ADAMS, 
1260 Broadview Dr., Morgantown, W. Va. 



RICHARD ADAMS, 53 Meadowcrest, Parkersburg, W. Va.; JOHN 
AGATE, 14 Cottonwood Rd., Port Washington, N.Y.; WAYNE 
AKERS, RD #2, Clearville, Pa.; STEPHEN AKINS, 1741 Emerald 
Ave., York, Pa.; THOMAS ALBERG, 334 So. 24th Ave., Bellwood, 
III. 



A. EDWARD ALTIZER, 304 E. McDonald, Man, W. Va.; DANIEL 
AMENT, 57 W. Cottage Ave., Millersville, Pa.; MAJEEB AMMAR, 
106 Virginia St., Beckley, W. Va.; KAREN ANDERSON, 1015 Isa- 
bella Rd., Connellsville, Pa.; SUSAN ANDERSON, 19 Boggess, 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



STEPHEN ANGEL, Rt. 1, Williamstown, W. Va.; MARK 
ANGOTTL 116 S. Florence, Clarksburg, W. Va.; JOHN ANNIE, 
808 5th Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.; HOWARD APRIL. RD #1, 
Millville, N.J.; JAMES ARNOLD, 219 School St., Weirton, W. Va. 



DON ASHWORTH 1602 London Hgts. Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; PAMELA 
ASHLAY, 864 Aha Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; JAMES ASHWORTH, Rt. 2, 
Buckhannon, W. Va.; DENVER ATKINSON, 2014 Garfield Ave., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 



WAYNE ATKINSON, 207 Northlee, Lewisburg, W. Va.; SHELLEY AUDIA, 
2760 Byrneside, Cincinnati, Ohio; PAULA J. AULABAUGH, Hancock, W. 
Va.; GARY AULT, 39 Eureka Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



EDWARD AUSTIN, 113 S. Price St., Kingwood, W. Va.; BETTY AVIS, 108 
Druid Ave., Beckley, W. Va.; CHARLES AYERS, 168 Lakeshore Drive, 
Charleston, W. Va.; PATTY BABCHECK, 26 N. Mill St., New Salem, Pa. 



JON BACHMAN, 7125 Braddock Rd., Springfield, Va.; GARY BADOWSKL 
2309 Stadium Dr.. Windber, Pa.; PEGGY BAILEY, 110 School St., Romney, 
W. Va.; JAMES BAKER, 185 2nd St., Parsons, W. Va. 



LARRY BAKER. 14218 Woodforest, Houston. Texas; MARTHA BAKER, 
212 Winchester Ave., Moorefield, W. Va.; JANICE BALIKER, 532 Kiwanis 
Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; WILLIAM BALSLEY, Rt. 1, Box 289A, Wil- 
liamstown, W. Va. 



ROBERT BAND!, 1266 National Rd., Wheeling, W. Va.; CONNIE BAR- 
NETT, 611 Bendview, Charleston, W. Va.; ELLEN BARNETT, Quinwood, 
W. Va.; HUGH BARRIE, 213 Broadmoor Dr., Camillus, N.Y. 




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RICHARD BASHAR, 1216 Morgantown Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; JAMES 
BAYS, RD #3, Allentown, Pa.; ROBERT BEAHM, Box 267, Waynesboro. Va.; 
CHRISTOPHER BEALL, 1312 Pleasant Ave., Wellsburg, W. Va. 



ROY BEATTY, 125 S. 13th, Weirton. W. Va.; BARBARA BEAVERS, 376 
Oakland St., Morgantown, W. Va.; BERNARD BECKER, 1633 Crestmont 
Dr., Huntington, W. Va.; GEORGE BEGALLA, RD #2, Pidgeon Rd., Salem, 
Ohio. 



CAROL BELL, Box 31, Valley Grove, W. Va.; THOMAS BELL, 313 Cobun 
Ave.. Morgantown, W. Va.: HOMER BELL, 621 W. Boyd St., Grafton, W. 
Va.; PAULA BELL, 353 Jacobs Dr., Morgantown, W. Va. 



JOSEPH BEDNARCIK, 37 Prescott Ave., Garfield, N.J.; JOHN BELCAS- 
TRO, 358 Burton Ave., Washington, Pa.; ROBERT BENTON, Keys Ferry 
Road, Charles Town, W. Va.; THERESA BERZITO, 321 Turnpike Rd., Sum- 
mersville, W. Va. 



RICHARD BILLMYRE, 8 Carpenter Ave.. Ridgeley, W. Va.; WALTER 
BIRD. 228 Park St.. Morgantown, W. Va.: TERRY BISHOP 415 22nd, Dun- 
bar. W. Va.; D.-WID BLACK. Box 325. Hamlin, W. Va. 














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ROBERT BLAKE, 1055 Highland Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; MARY JO 
BLANCO, 209 E. Olive St., Bridgeport, W. Va.; RICHARD BLAND, 102 
Lambert Dr.. Beckley, W. Va.; TIMOTHY BOARD, RT. 4, Spencer, W. Va. 



SHERI BOBER, 415 E. Church, Ligonier, Pa.; JEANINE BOEHMIG, 127 
Gardenia Dr.. Turtle Creek, Pa.; STEPHEN BOEKELL, 1515 Brentwood Rd., 
Charleston, W. Va.; ROBERT BOGARD, 401 Sycamore St., St. Marys, W. 
Va. 



BLAKE BOGGESS. 22 Locust Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; THOMAS BOOR, 
Cabins, W. Va.: VICKI BOOTH, 316 John St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; DONNA 
BOSLEY, RD #1. Box 380. Rices Landing, Pa. 



PATRICIA BOSO. Maple St.. Summersville, W. Va.; ANITA BOTTI, RD#4 
Ridge Rd. Irwin, Pa.: PAIGE BOULDIN. 1119 Summit Dr.. St. Albans, W. 
Va.: SYLVIA BRADLEY, R.F.D. 1, Lindside. W. Va. 



GREGORY BRANNON. 321 Main Ave., Weston, W. Va.; JOE BREINIG, 
390 W Grauella. Romney, W. Va.; DANNY BRENNAN, 1301 Fairfield St., 
Morgantown, W. Va.: LEWIS BREWER, R.F.D. 3, Box 257, Mannmgton, W. 
Va. 



MARK BRODSKY. 448 Western Ave.. Morgantown, W. Va.; ANNE 
BROWN, 33 Poplar Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.: DAVID BROWN FV, 155 
Willow Ave., Keyser, W. Va.; DONALD BROWN, 1405 23rd St., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 



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PHILLIP BROWN. 340 Boring Lane, Clarksburg. W. Va.: RICK BROWN. 6 
Weston Road. Buckhannon. W. Va.; CAROL BRUHN, 107 N. 10th St., 
Wheeling. W. Va.: ALFRED BUCCALO, 843 Wood St., Follansbee. W. Va. 



LARRY BUCHHEIT, 18 Hague St., Uniontown, Pa.: RONALD BUCKLEY, 
111 Morningside Cir., Parkersburg, W. Va.: JERRY BURGESS, 2502 Wash- 
ington Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.; REBECCA BURKHART, W. York St., 
Biglerville, Pa. 





M. LOUISE BURNS, 222 Nighbert Ave.. Logan, W. Va.: LINDA BURTON, 
2224 Selma Ave.. Nashville. Tenn.; CHARLES BYRNSIDE, 270 Washington, 
Madison. W. Va.; THOMAS CAIN, 4 Park, Elkins, W. Va. 



THOMAS CAMERON, 420 Third St., Oakmont. Pa.; J. WILLIAM CAMP- 
BELL. Box 183. Pine Grove, W. Va.: LARRY CAMPBELL, 300 Park Ave., 
Charleston, W. Va.; WILLIAM CAMPBELL III. 318 Seventh St., Mounds- 
ville, W. Va. 



DAVID CAPITO, 405 Sampson St., Weirton, W. Va.; SANDRA CAPLAN, 
739 Monongalia, Morgantown, W. Va.; TOM CARNOHAN, 1355 Neel St.. 
Huntington, W. Va.; STEVEN CASTIN, 607 Henderson Ave., Williamstown, 
W. Va. 



HOWELL CATON. Oceana. W. Va.; SANDRA CATTERTON, 701 Kanawha 
Tpk., So. Charleston. W. Va.; DENNIS CHAMBERS, Elizabeth, W. Va.; 
SARA ELLEN CHAMBERS, 113 Hickory Rd., Charleston. W. Va. 



TERYL CHANEY. 1153 Frederick St., Cumberland. Md.; MICHAEL 
CHAPMAN, 3293 University Ave.. Morgantown, W. Va.; EDWIN CHARL- 
TON, 3960 Palisades, Weirton, W. Va.; JAY CHATTAWAY, 1543 4th St., 
Monongahela, Pa. 



PAUL CHILDRESS. Box 152. Oceana. W. Va.; FRANK CHORBA, 512 
State St., Follansbee, W. Va.; BETTUANE CHRISTOPHER, 229 Grand St., 
Morgantown, W. Va.; ROBERT CHRISTOPHER, 820 Willowdale Rd., Al- 
bright, W. Va. 



FRANCIS CIONEK. 5 Krull St.. Amsterdam, N.Y.: ANNE CLAIBORNE, 
Box 508, Montgomery, W. Va.; FRANK CLARK, Box 229, Fairmont, W. 
Va.; MICHAEL CLARK, 883 Addit Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



PAUL CLAUSELL, Rt. 1, Box 412. Colliers. W. Va.; RAYMOND COLE, 
2926 Washington Blvd.. Huntincton. W. Va.; JANE COLVIN, R.D. 2, Box 
483, Charleroi, Pa.; BARBARA CONAWAY, Box 631, Elkins, W. Va. 



SANDY CONAWAY, 1608 Seegar Rd., Bridgeville, Pa.; THOMAS CON- 
DRON, 61 Spring St., Keyser, W. Va.; DENNIS CONLEY, Rt. 2. Box 306B, 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; MARY CONN, 125 Brownfield Rd., Uniontown, Pa. 




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LUCINDA COOK, 401 Highland Ave., Mullens, W. Va.; PHIL 
COOK, New Haven, W. Va.; ROBERT COPELAND. Box 30, Alder- 
son, W. Va.: TERRY CRABTREE, Corriganville, Md.; CHERYL 
CRAIG, 28 Emerson St., Uniontown, Pa. 



KATHERINE CRAWFORD, 514 Woodland Dr., Huntington, W. Va.; WIL- 
LIAM CROOKS, 587 Sturgis Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio; SUE ELLEN 
CUMMINS, 109 N. Richhill, Waynesburg, Pa.; SUSAN CUNNINGHAM, 58 
Springbrook Rd., Springfield, N.J. 



DAVID CUPPETT, 109 Highland Ave., Petersburg, W. Va.; CAROLINE 
CURD 221 Maple Ave., New Martinsville, W. Va.; BARBARA CUSTER, 
3304 W. 2nd Ave., Belle, W. Va.: JUDY CUTRONE, 106 Greenlawn, 
Weirton, W. Va. 



JAMES DAILEY, 233 Rosemont, Martinsburg, W. Va.; DORINDA DAN- 
DOLO, 86 Phillips Ave., Rivesville, W. Va.: PETER DAVIS, 525 W. Sanner 
St., Somerset, Pa.: STEPHEN DAVIS, W. Va. Tech, Montgomery, W. Va. 



SUSAN DAVIS, 5910 Walton Rd., Bethesda, Md.; CANDY DECKER, 866 
Chester Rd., Charleston, W. Va.: JODELLE DEEM, 516-44th St., Vienna, W. 
Va.; DENVER DEHAVEN, Rt. 4, Martinsburg, W. Va. 



KENNETH DEITRICK, 906 Greenbrier, Charleston, W. Va.: EDWARD 
DELBROOK, Rt. 1, Mt. Savage, Md.: ISABEL DEMARCO, 1004 S. Pitts- 
burgh St., Connellsville, Pa.: JOHN DEMARCO, 4022 9th Ave., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. 



CAROL ANN DEMOSS, 228 Highland Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.: ALEX- 
ANDER DERING, 348 Wilson, Morgantown, W. Va.; MARY LOU DIA- 
MOND, 11602 Edgewater Dr., Cleveland, Ohio; RAYMOND DIAZ, 106 
Large Ave., Hillsdale, N.J. 



JOSEPH DICARO, 1100 California Ave., Natrona Heights, Pa.: DONNA 
DICKSON, 2307 Harrison, Parkersburg, W. Va.: DAVID DIPERNA, 233 
Bertha St., Pittsburgh, Pa.; LILLIAN DODSON, 29 Estill Dr., Charleston, 
W. Va. 



DAVID W. DOEPKEN, Woodland Dr., Wheeling, W. Va.; LAWRENCE 
DOOLiriLE, 105 Spring St., Bridgeton, N.J.: COLLEEN D'ORAZIO, 341 
Main St., Grantsville, W. Va.: GENE D'ORAZIO, 341 Main St., Grantsville, 
W. Va. 






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JANICE DOWNES, 102 Highland Dr.. McMurray, Pa.; SUSAN DOWNS, 
443 Linden St., Morgantown, W. Va.: JOHN DUDLEY, 1708 26th St., Park- 
ersburg, W. Va.: ROSEMARY DUNBAR, Box 137, Crawley, W. Va. 



JAMES DUNKELBERGER, 209 North Ave., Millvale, Pa.; MARY EADS, 
922 Churchill, Charleston. W. Va.; GARY EARP, Idlewyle Lane, Fairmont, 
W Va.: RICHARD EBERSOLE, 415 S. Church St., Charleston, W. Va. 



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THOMAS EHRENSBERGER, 110 Penn Rd., St. Marys. Pa.: CAROL EL- 
LIOTT, Rt. 2, Box 176, Fairmont, W. Va.; SANDRA EMSWILLER, High St., 
Wardensville, W. Va.; KAREN ERLANDSEN, 122 E. Myrtle Rd., Wildwood, 
N.J. 



JOHN ESPOSITO, Box 1022, Logan, W. Va.; THOMAS EVANS JR., 108 
Market St., Bloomsburg, Pa.; MARIANNE EVERETT, Rt. 2, Box 112, Berke- 
ley Springs, W. Va.; GREGORY EVERS, 2033 Stratford Rd., S. Charleston, 
W. Va. 



THOMAS EWALD, 47 Oriole Dr., New Martinsville, W. Va.; A. PALMER 
FARLEY, JR., 117 West C, Beckley, W. Va.; PATRICIA FARRIS, Rt. 4, 
Box 192, Keyser, W. Va,; SELINA FAST, 1205 W. Va. Ave., Dunbar, W. Va. 



REBECCA FAULKINER, 3217-A Orion Cr., Rome, N.Y.; MARY FAUST, 
5116 Lowell Lane, Washington, D.C.; JAMES FEARER, 214 Adair St., Terra 
Alta, W. Va.; CAROLE FELEDIK, 3957 New Texas Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



DIANA FERGUSON, 10124 Glenmere Rd., Fairfax, Va.; MICHAEL 
FEWELL, Box 113. Winfield, W. Va.; BARBARA FISHER, Box 343, Moore- 
field, W. Va.; ELLEN FISHER, Box 247, Ripley, W. Va. 



DAVID FLANNERY, 82 Everett St., Logan, W. Va.; JOHN FLEEK, Box 
265, Elizabeth, W. Va.; JEAN FOWLER, 127 Barron Ave., Elkins, W. Va.; J. 
ROBERT FOX, 721 N. Front St., Wheeling, W. Va. 



MICHAEL FRANCIS, 616 Fourth St., New Martinsville, W. Va.; MICHAEL 
FRASHER, 928 Hughes Dr., St. Albans. W. Va.; DONNA FRAZIER, Box 
62, Union, W. Va.; JOSEPH FREDERICK, 522 Buckhannon Ave., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 



ANDREW FREE, 134 So. Penn St., York, Pa.; GARY FRY, 905 Brandt 
Ave., New Cumberland, Pa.; SHERRY FULTZ, 819 Winchester Ave., Mar- 
tinsburg. W. Va.; BARBARA GABRIS, 13714 Old Columbia Rd., Silver 

Springs, Md. 



JILL GARDNER, Box 417, Hundred, W. Va.; LYNNE GARDNER, 408 W. 
Grant, Hastings, Michigan; LOUIS GARVIN, Qtrs. 233, Maxwell A.F.B., 
Montgomery, Alabama; SYLVIA GARVIN, 1 Penlaw Dr., Fairmont, W. Va. 



JAMES GAVLAS, Rt. 1, Box 6-J, Martinsburg, W. Va.; JEFFREY GEORGE, 
125 Charles St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; ZACK GEORGE, 135 Lenox St., Union- 
town, Pa.; ROYCE GERBER, RD#1, Thomasville, Pa. 



JAMES GHRIST, 1801 Donnan Ave., Washington, Pa.; ANGELO GIANNI, 
37 Main St., Netcong, N.J.; CLYDE GILL, SR., 481 Baltimore Ave., Cumber- 
land, Md.; SUSANNAH GLUCK, 317 Laurel St., Morgantown, W. Va. 



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C. LESLIE GOLLIDAY, JR., 310 N. Louisiana, Martinsburg, W. Va.; JOYCE 
GONGAWARE, Box G, Irwin, Pa.; ROBERT GONZALES. 708 Page St., 
Confluence, Pa.; MARSHALL GORDON, 1149 Regency Dr., Columbus, 
Ohio. 



SANDRA GORE, 1224 College Pk., Fairmont, W. Va.; JOHN GOUKER, 40 
Martin St., Red Lion, Pa.; DIANE GRACY, 1215 Woodland Cres., Fairmont, 
W. Va.; GARY GRADY, Cottageville, W. Va. 



RICHARD GRADY, JR., 203 Macon St., So. Charleston, W. Va.; MICHAEL 
GRANT, 1329 W. 13th St.. Nitro, W. Va.; DIANE GRECO, 3708 Riverview 
Dr., Weirton, W. Va.; PATTY GREEN, 474 Jefferson St., Morgantown, W. 
Va. 



ANN GREGORY, 602 Louisiana Ave., Chester, W. Va.; EARL GRIFFITH, 
525 Shady Lane, Follansbee, W. Va.; LINDA GRIFFITH, 1425 Bedford St., 
Johnstown, Pa.; DOLORES GRISNIK, 1142 Toman Ave., Clairton, Pa. 



JOHN GROCH, 3027 Holme Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; BECKY GRODHAUS, 
33 Greenwood Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; DARLENE GROVES, 2235 Pennsyl- 
vania Ave., West Mifflin, Pa.; FRANK GUIDIDAS, RD #2, Kennett Square, 
Pa. 



THOMAS GULLIFORD, 5200 Danens Dr., Minneapolis, Minnesota; RON- 
ALD GUZIAK, 525 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pa.; JOAN HAAS, 1009 
Grant St., Charleston, W. Va.; THEODORE HADDIX, 508 18th St., Vienna, 
W. Va. 



NEIL HAISLOP, 1710 Market St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; LESLIE HALAPY, 
220 Florida. Weirton, W. Va.; CHARLOTTE HALE, Sundial. W. Va.; PA- 
TRICIA HAMILTON, 1004 Overlook Way, So. Charleston, W. Va. 



ROBERT HAMSTEAD, Rt. 1, Box 71-D, Clarksburg, W. Va.; PAMELA 
HANEY, RD #1. Box 11. Point Marion, Pa.; STEPHEN HANN. Box 309, 
Charles Town, W, Va.; GARY HANSHAW, 4919 Kentucky St., So. Charles- 
ton, W. Va. 



DAVID HARDIN, 102 W. Oakland Ave,, Huntington, W. Va.; HARRY 
HARKER, 101 S. Main St., Spring City, Pa.; CECILIA HARLESS, Box 135, 
Mount Hope. W. Va.; CARL HARNISH, 1503 5th Ave., Arnold, Pa. 



NANCY HARPER, 1310 Parrish St., Marlinton, W. Va.; PHILIP A. HAR- 
POLD, Box 106, Ripley, W. Va.; ERNIE HARRISON, 1041 Orchard St., 
Charleston, W. Va.; GARY HARSANYI, 1252 Winchester Rd., LaVale, Md. 



PATRICIA HART, 1207 N. 16th St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; WILLIAM HART- 
WIG, Roosevelt Military Academy, Aledo. 111.; PATRICIA HARVEY, 1280 
Fairlawns Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; GERALD HAWKER, Rt. 6, Box 18, 
Morgantown, W. Va. 




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WILLIAM HAWKINS, 25 W. Long Branch Ave., Ocean Gate, N.J., ROB- 
ERT HAYDEN, RD #3, Elizabeth, Pa.; JAMES HAYHURST, 3204 Fairview, 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; CYNTHIA HEALD, 672 Colonial Dr., Morganlown, W. 
Va. 



DENNIS HEALY, Cornelins Ave., Berkeley Springs, W. Va.; EVELYN 
HEARL, Box 114, Hemphill, W. Va.; WILLIAM HECKMAN, 308 Otto St., 
Belle Vernon, Pa.; PAUL HEDGES, 1922 Marianna St., Wellsburg, W. Va. 





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SUSAN HEMINGTON, 315 East Wheeling St., Washington, Pa.; PAMELA 
HENDRICKS, 933 West Front St., Red Bank, N.J.; MARY HENSLEY, 4706 
9th Ave., Vienna, W. Va.; ANN HIGGINBOTHAM, 702 College Ave., Blue- 
field, W. Va. 



JON HIRSHBERG, 1520 California Ave., McKeesport, Pa.; DORIS HOFF- 
MAN, 26 Orchard Ave.. Albany. N.Y.; WILLIAM HOGSETT, 114 Maple, 
Ripley, W. Va.; JANICE HOLPE. Box 102. Filbert, W. Va. 



RAY HOLTZAPPLE, 517 Penna. Ave., York, Pa.; MARY ANN HOOVER, 
520 Welty St.. Greensburg, Pa.; WILLIAM HOPPER, 805 17th St.. Vienna, 
W. Va.; ROBERT HOPPOUGH, 1010 Bethany Ctr. Rd., E. Bethany, N.Y. 



THOMAS HORNER. 3902 Theresa, Pittsburgh, Pa.; SANDRA K. HOUIL- 
LET, 1611 Junkins Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.: JAMES HOWARD, 300 South 
High, Morgantown, W. Va.; DONNA HUGGINS, 250 Hillcrest, Wellsburg, 
W. Va. 



REGINALD HUMPHREY, 85 Old Post Road, Croton, New York; JUDY 
HUMPHRIES, 1414 Quarrier, Charleston, W. Va.; JAMES HUNTSMAN, 
2234-Eoff St., Wheeling, W. Va.; DWIGHT HURLEY, 36 Campus Dr., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 








GENE lANNAZZO, 569 Third St., Clairton, Pa.; FRAN IMBROGNO, River- 
side Drive, Charlton Hgts., W. Va.; BETSY INCH, 1537 Robertson Dr., 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; KEITH INGRAM, 419 Trace, Holden, W. Va. 



JEAN IRONS, 171 Stanhore Rd.. Spacta, N.J.; PAUL ISIMINGER, Syca- 
more, Pa.; LINDA JARRET, 35 Deanwood Circle, Asheville, N.C.; JAMES 
JARVIS, 2613-26 St., Nilro, W. Va. 



MARGARET JEMISON, 604 Bendview Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; PATRICIA 
JERSEY, 127-N-13th St., Weirton, W. Va.; TAMMY JEWETT, 625 McCol- 
lough, Morgantown, W. Va.; JAMES JOEL, Nottaway, Wheeling, W. Va. 



DAVID JONES, 427 Cedar Lane, Follansbee, W. Va.; JOHN JUDY, 1604 
Ottahurst Drive, Fairmont, W. Va.; ELIZABETH JONES, 411 Philadelphia, 
Bridgeport, W. Va.; CHARLENE KARSNER, 2307 Pinneberg Rd., Rockville, 
Md. 



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ALBERT KAVE, 104 W. High St., Shepherdstown, W. Va.; VIRGINIA 
KEENAN, 120 9th St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; C. LAMBIE KEESEE, Box 344, 
Keystone, W. Va.; MARGARET KEIFER, 143 1st Ave., Paden City, W. Va. 



LARRY KERSEY, 1211 William St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; JANIS KHOURY, 
115 Ainswood Ave., Elm Grove, W. Va.; ROBERT KIBBE, Star Route, 
Hudson, N.Y.: DON KILLEN, 575 Sherman Ave., Waynesburg, Pa. 



FREDRICA KILHER, 1126 W. King St., Martinsburg, W. Va.; ARTHUR 
KING, 517S Big Tyles Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; MARY KIRKPATRICK, 116 
Kent Terr., Martinsburg, W. Va.; CHARLES KIST, 152 Derby St., Johnstown, 
Pa. 



BART KITTLE, 174 E. Katherine, Washington, Pa.; MAXINE KLOCEK, 40- 
D Potomac Dr., McKees Rocks, Pa.; CAROL KNAPP, Rt. 3, Box 52, 
Bridgeport, W. Va.; PATRICIA KNIGHT, 4009 Fairfield Ave., Munhall, Pa. 



JAMES KNODE, Box 5. Shepherdstown, W. Va.; NANCY KNUPP, 447 N. 
25th St., Camphill, Pa.; RAE KOCHER, 1109 5th St., New Martinsville, W. 
Va.; IRVIN KOELLE, 11 Memorial Ave., Cumberland, Md. 





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ROBERT KORNMAN, Box 45, RD# 1, Trafford, Pa.; REYNOLD KOSEK, 
47 Birch St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa,; BEVERLY KRESE, 120 E. Noel St.; Madi- 
sonville, Ky.; KAREN KRUCIK, 408 Oliver Dr., McKeesport, Pa. 



ARNOLD KUHL, RED #2, Box 173A, Jane Lew. W. Va.; JANE KUHN, Box 
403, Pineville, W. Va.; PAMELA KUHN, 2501 E. DuPont Ave., Belle, W. 
Va.; DANIEL KUSIC, 4448 Melrose Ave., Roanoke, Va. 



SUSAN KUYKENDALL, 1138 Braddock Rd., LaVale, Md.; LENARD LAC- 
KEY, 905 Park Ave., Princeton, W. Va.; CATHREN LACLAIR, 256 Dixon 
Blvd., Uniontown, Pa.; BERTA LAMBERT, 822 Broad St., Mount Hope, W. 
Va. 



DEATRA LAMBERT. 4403 Washington Ave.. Charleston, W. Va.; RAY- 
MOND LANE, 134 Shafter Rd., Coraopolis, Pa.; JANET LANHAM, 905 
McQueen St., Charleston, W. Va.; WILLIAM LANZA, 67 Knickerbocker Rd., 
Closter, N.J. 



DENNIS LAPE, 355 Wilson Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; PATRICIA LAR- 
KIN, 114 Belmont Circle, Uniontown, Pa.; PAUL LARSEN, 8711 Wilson 
Ave., Baltimore, Md.; HERBERT LAUVEY, 4306 Crestview, Harrisburg, Pa. 



GEORGE LAVENDER, 221 Parkway, Bluefield, W. Va.; DEDE LAWMAN, 
1208 Summit Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; PATTI LAWN, 3227 Arapahoe Rd., 
Pittsburg, Pa.; ELIZABETH LEASEBURG, 679 Bellaire Dr., Morgantown, 
W. Va. 




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CHRISTINE LEAR, 185 Grant Ave., Vandergrift, Pa.; JOHN LEATHAM, 
450 Summit Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; SHERRY LEE, Box 5, Elizabeth, W. Va.; 
JAMES LEONARDO, 146 Crawford St., Munhall, Pa. 



FUREY LERRO, 912 Morris, Philadelphia, Pa.; CAROLYN LEWIS, Box 
217A, RR #1. Martinsburg. W. Va.; VALERIE LEWIS, 1800 Marianna St., 
Wellsburg, W. Va.: JOHN LIGHT, 530 Femdale Ave., Johnstown, Pa. 



JOHN LILLY, Box 103, Bearer, W. Va.; STEVEN LINDSEY, 25315 Club- 
side Dr., Olmsted, Ohio; JERRY LISEWICH, 3670 Harlow Place, Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; STANLEY LIVINGSTONE, 835 Coleman Ave., Farimont, W. Va. 



BRENDA LOGUE, 355 Tyler Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; PATRICIA LOHR, 
Box 1027, Elkins, W. Va.; CHARLES LOVINSKI, 21 West Lane, Triadelphia, 
W. Va.; DONNA KAY LOWERY, 3651 Collins Way, Weirton, W. Va. 



GREGORY LUND, 2222 Woodcrest Dr., Johnstown; THOMAS LYON, 221 
E. Winter Ave., New Castle, Pa.; ROBERT MAHAFFEY, Rt. 3, Parkersburg, 
W. Va.; BARBARA MALADY, 441 Lawnview Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 





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VIRGINIA MARINARL Box 94, War, W. Va.; JOHN MARRA, 317 Elm- 
hurst, Morgantown, W. Va.; LESTER MARRINER, 61 McKennon, Washing- 
ton, Pa.; DELMAR MARTIN, 206 Bedford St., Cumberland, Md. 



ANN MARTIN, 821 College Ave., Bluefield, W. Va.; ALBERT MARTINE, 
708 Cass, Morgantown, W. Va.; DAVID MASCIOLI, 600 Hobson St., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va.; MARTHA MASON, 900 Copley La., Silver Spring, Md. 



ELI MAYIJEVICH, 195 Gilson, Weirton, W. Va.; JOSEPH MATTEA, 5106 
Sun Valley Dr., Charleston, W. Va.: PAULA MAY, 1148 Avalon Rd., Fair- 
mont, W. Va.; SUZANNE McADAM, 6202 Pine Drive, Huntington, W. Va. 



CAROLYN Mccarty, 713 Walnut Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.: RICHARD 
Mccarty, 2423 woodland Ave., South Charleston, W. Va.; JUDITH Mc- 
CONKEY, 112 Warwood Terrace, Wheeling, W. Va.; KATHLEEN Mc- 
CORKLE, 103 Ringola Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



ROBERT McCOY, Matewan, W. Va.: ALEXIS McDONALD, 1105 Wood- 
land Dr., Bridgeport, W. Va.: BRIAN McDONNELL, 2J Nortawav, Green- 
belt. Md.; RONALD McEACHEN, 77 Mayflower, West Hartford, Conn. 



GEORGE McELDOWNEY, 729 6th St., New Martinsville, W. Va.; RICH- 
ARD McELFISH, 1014 Harding Ave., Cumberland. Md.; STEVE McGUIRE, 
2917 Bland Rd., Bluefield, W. Va.; CHARLES McGUYER, 1809 Dearborn, 
Bluefield, W. Va. 



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BARBARA McKENNA, 2916 Laketon Road, Pittsburgh, Pa.; NANCY Mc- 
KINLEY. Box 549, Weston, W. Va.; KEITH McLAUGHLIN, 28 George St., 
Elkins, W. Va.; PATRICIA McMANN, 4466 Birchwood Lane, Allison Park, 
Pa. 



FRANCES McQUAID, Rt. 7, Box 304, Fairmont, W. Va.; MARIAN MER- 
CHANT, 918 Samuel St., Charles Town, W. Va.; CHRISTA MILLHOUSE, 
1428 Reevis St., Charleston, W. Va.; CHARLES MILLER, Box 391, Lumber- 
port, W. Va. 



DIANE MILLER. Red Hill, Martinsburg, W. Va.; GILBERT MILLER, Hel- 
len, W. Va.; MARGARET MILLER, 3712 Collins Way, Weirton, W. Va.; 
MARK MILLER, 413 Kelly Ave., Oak Hill, W. Va. 



GEORGE MILNE, BOX 351, Republic, Pa.; PETE MINIER, 1336 Ogontz, 
York, Pa.; EDWARD MISKINIS, Box 278-A, Leechburg, Pa.; BUENA 
MITCHELL, 37 S. Locust, Buckhannon, W. Va. 



ANNE MOATS, 616 Madigan Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; THOMAS MODI, 
202 Washington St. Mannington, W. Va; GWENDOLYN MOFFET, 2919 N. 
Edison St., Arlington, Va.; LEE MOLER, 302 Umburger Dr., Belair, Md. 



CAROL MOLLOHAN, 202 Montrose Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va.; MARSHA 
MONTGOMERY. 9 Walnut Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; ANNE MOORE, 1885 
Wildwood Rd., Toledo, Ohio; DAVID MORFORD, 3482 Roseland Ave., 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



ALICE MORGAN, Box 488, Taeger. W. Va.; JOHN MORGAN, 516 Wash- 
ington Ave., Charleroi, Pa.; THOMAS MORGAN, 4509 Staunton Ave., 
Charleston, W. Va.; BARBARA MORRIS, 3304 Noyes Ave., Charleston, W. 
Va. 



DAVID MORROW, 101 Village Dr., Bridgeport, W. Va.; KATHY MOR- 
ROW, 911 Maryland Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va.; PAUL MORTON, 212 Maple 
Ave., Fayetteville, W. Va.; J. BEACHER MORTON, 1615 Woodvale Dr., 
Charleston, W. Va. 



MICHAEL MOSCHEL, 441 Glenrock Dr., Bethel Park, Pa.; ELLEN MOS- 
KOVITZ. 558 Kelso Road, Pittsburgh, Pa.; LENORA MOSS, 206 Toy St., 
Terra Aha, W. Va.; GARY MULHOLLAND, 450 Ohio Ave., Clairton, Pa. 



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RICHARD MULLEDY, Romney, W. Va.; JAMES MULLENDORE, Rt. 9, 
Box 517, Morgantown, W. Va.: COY MULLINS, 3903 Church Dr., Charles- 
ton, W. Va.; NANCY MULLINS, 317 River Dr., Logan, W. Va. 



VIRGINIA MURPHY, V.A. Center, Martinsburg, W. Va.; NICHOLAS 
MUSSO, 1024 Beechwood Lane. Vestal, N.Y.; MIKE MUSULIN, 203 
Mahan Rd., Weirton, W. Va,; KATHY MYERS, 33 Oak Ave., Moundsville, 
W. Va. 




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STEVEN MYERS. Rt. 7, New Martinsville. W. Va.: THOMAS MYERS, 317 
Kenna Dr.. So. Charleston. W. Va.; DARRYL NABORS, 35 Kingston Dr., 
Morgantown. W. Va.: JUDITH NAY. Pullman. W. Va. 



JAMES NEFF. 2023 Ohio Ave., Parkersburg. W. Va.; THOMAS NEGA. RD 
#2. Box 120, Belle Vernon. Pa.; GAYLE NELSON. Rt. 7. Box 421A. Morgan- 
town. W. Va.; NORMAN NELSON, 680 Verdun. Clarksburg, W. Va. 



CLINT NESLER. Box 174. West Union. W. Va.; SIDNEY NESSELROAD. 

Cottageville. W. Va.; CARRIE NEWBROUGH. SCO Second Ave., New Cum- 
berland. W. Va.; GARY NICHOLAS. Box 135. Grantsville. W. Va. 



STEVEN NIX. 217 Seventh, New Cumberland, Pa.; JOHN NOTTINGHAM. 
4101 S. Colorado Blvd.. Englewood. Colo.; NANCY NOTTINGHAM, 4101 
Noyes Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; CAROL OLSEN, 117 Avondale, Fairmont, 
W. Va. 



SUSAN O'NEAL. 1422 Nottingham. Charleston, W. Va.; CAROLYN ORN- 
DORFF. 407 S. Tenn. Ave.. Martinsburg. W. Va.; LINDA OURS. 6622 
Ivyhill Dr., McLean, Va.; DAVID OWENS, 424 Leonard Ave., Washington, 
Pa. 



GUY PACKMAN, 335 Dewey Ave.. Grafton. W. Va.; NANCY PACOBIT, 
3616 State St.. Weirton. W. Va.; ARTHUR PALLADINO, 1517 Hillside 
Terr., Pennsauken, N.J.; SARA PALONE. Box 341. Crucible, Pa. 



BETH PANCAKE, Box 490. Pineville. W. Va.; JAMES PANETTA. 4808 
Kanawha Blvd., Charleston. W. Va.; MILDRED PANVINI, 601 Sunset Dr.. 
Dillsburg, Pa.; RICHARD PARISH, RFD #2, Box 51. New Martinsville. W. 
Va. 



BETTE PARSONS. 848 Alta Rd.. Charleston. W. Va.; VEE PARSONS. 409 
Woodlawn. Beckley, W. Va.; ARTHUR PASQUANTONIO. 3070 Beechwood 
Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; STEPHEN PATTON, 263 Willowdale, Morgantown, 
W. Va. 



NICHOLAS PAUL, 115 Pike St., Weirton, W. Va.; SUSAN PAULL, 703 
Walnut St., Latrobe, Pa.; GOERGE PEARSON, 108 Ardmore Ave., Weirton, 
W. Va.; DAVID PELL, #3 Fort Clark Est.. Benwood. W. Va. 



EDWARD PELL, 717 McKinley Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; LARRY PEN- 
NINGTON. 3021 Gove St., Parkersburg. W. Va.; RICHARD PENROD, 310 
Myrtle, Elkhart, Ind., WAYNE PERKINS, 4474 Scherling St., Pittsburgh, Pa, 



EDWARD PERRY, 3908 Washington St„ So, Charleston, W, Va.; RICHARD 
PESTINO, RD #2, Box 428, Monongahela, Pa.; JOHN PETE, 167 Elk St., 
Weirton, W. Va.; CAROLYN PETRICH, Rt. 9, Box 218, Morgantown, W. 
Va. 



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IRIS PHILLIPS, 108 Alvan St., Beckley, W. Va.; RICHARD PICCIRILLO, 
Box 61, Logan, W. Va.; EDWIN PICKETT, RED Box 199, Mt. Airy, Md.; 
ADAIR PIERCE, Johnson Mill Rd., Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 



MINDY PIERCE, 2107 Ivanhoe Rd., Orlando, Fla.; LINDA PIGNANELLI, 
817 Vermont, Fairmont, W. Va.; DANIEL PINSON, 5802 Rayen Dr., 
Charleston, W. Va.; ANNE PLACE, 114 Washington Ave., Haddonfield, N.J. 



SHARON FOE, Rt. 3, Box 175, Fairmont, W. Va.: SHELLEY POINDEX- 
TER, 901 Helene St., St. Albans, W. Va.; BARBARA POLHAMUS, 1114'/2 
W. Race St., Martinsburg, W. Va.; MICKEY PONTORERO, 110 Walnut 
Ave., Masontown, Pa. 



DOMINICK POTENA, 1118 Wood St.. Bristol, Pa.: ALEX POULICOS. 106 
Wood, Clarksburg, W. Va.; BARBARA POWELL, 4310 Vaughan Ave., Park- 
ersburg, W. Va.; JANE POWERS, Lincoln Rd., Walpole, Mass. 



LINDA PRELLE, 117 Elm St., Moorefield, W. Va.; EDZEL PUGH, Hacker 
Valley. W. Va.; DENNIS RANKIN. 616 First St., Lancaster, Pa.; JON 
RASMUSON, 4 Hollybrook Ave., Mount Holly, N,J. 



DALE RAWLINGS, 138 Chestnut St., Keyser, W. Va.; DENVER RAWL- 
INGS 402 Kanawha Ave., Nitro, W. Va.; PATRICK RAWLINGS, 138 
Chestnut, Keyser, W. Va.; CHERYL REEVES, 171 Hawthorne Acres, Wells- 
burg, W. Va. 



SIDNEY REGER, 895 Fairfax Drive, Morgantown, W. Va.: RICHARD 
REMINGTON, Pleasant Valley Ave., Morrestown, N.J.: RICHARD RES- 
SEGGER. 192 Circle Dr.. Fairmont, W. Va.; PATRICIA REYNOLDS, 111 

N. Elm St., Moorefield, W. Va. 



DAVID RHOADES, 19th Street. New Florence, Pa.; JAMES RICH, 691 E. 
Park Ave., Mt. Pleasant, Pa.; CHARLES RICHARDSON, 513 E. Washington, 
Lewisburg, W. Va.; GARY RILEY, 268 Haymond Hwy., Clarksburg. W. Va. 



GEOFFREY RILEY, 5365 Overiand Tr.. Pittsburgh. Pa.; HARRIET RING- 
STAFF, lager, W. Va.; JOHN RINKER, 217 Florence, Grafton, W. Va.; 
ROSE RISOVICH, 106 Donna St., Weirton, W. Va. 



EDWARD ROBINSON, Rt. 2, Box 275. Mannington, W. Va.; ANTHONY 
ROCCO, 1102 Beech St., Washington, Pa.; REBECCA ROCKWELL, 727 
Drew St.. St. Albans, W. Va.; WILLIAM RODERICK, 50 West Church St., 
Uniontown, Pa. 



GLORIA RODIGHIERD. 521 Commerce St.. Wellsburg, W. Va.: STANLEY 
ROMANOSKI. 656 Villa Place, Morgantown, W. Va.; JOE ROMINO, 1105 
Avalon Rd.. Fairmont. W. Va.; DAVID RONALD. 5 Manor Dr., Newaris, 
N.J. 




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SUSAN ROSS, 22 Springhaven Rd.. Wheeling, W. Va.; PAUL ROSSO, 909 
Second Ave., New Cumberland, W. Va.; FRED ROTH, 43 Romney Rd., 
Wheeling, W. Va.; JAMES ROWLEY. 6 Woodberry, New Hanford, N.J. 



JAMES ROYCE, Rt. 6, Box 238, Morgantown, W. Va.; JOHN SALADINI, 
638 Villa Place, Morgantown, W. Va.; ROBERT SANDERS, Rt. 1, Box 6E, 
Martinsburg. W. Va.; RUTH SANDERS, Briarwood, Martinsburg, W. Va. 



DAVID SARVER, Clover, W. Va.: MARGARET SAVILLE, 310 S. Mildred 
St., Charlestown, W. Va.; JAMES SCAPELLATO, 525 Constitution Cir., 
Clairton, Pa.; PAULA SCHEPP, 181 Idabelle Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



NANCY SCHNELL, 184 Valley St., Romney, W. Va.; SUSAN 
SCHROEDER, 1912 Carmody Dr.. Silver Spring, Md.; KAREN SCHULTZ, 
3009 Ridgeview, So. Charleston, W. Va.; JAMES SCOTT, 1419 Justine St., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 




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GRACE SEIEERT, 362 NE Wavecrest Way, Bocakaton, Fla.; CHRIS 
SEIDLER, 38 Fairview Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; ROBERT SEIFERT, 8224 
Elaine Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; GLENN SELL, Rt. 1, Box 67A1, Kearneysville, 
W. Va. 



SUZANNE SERFASS, Box 246, RR #2, Perkasie, Pa.: GARY SHAFFER, Rt. 
3, Grafton, W. Va.; RICHARD SHALE, 729 Monongalia Ave., Morgantown, 
W. Va.; BILL SHANK, Box 252, Conscience Bay Rd., Setaukett N.Y. 



JACK SHANNON, 110 Riverview, Allenport, Pa.: PATRICIA SHANNON, 
Pineville, W. Va.: RETA SHANNON, RD #2, Box 198, Monongahela, Pa.; 
DIANE SHEARER, 130 W. Market St., McConnelsburg, Pa. 



LARRY SHEETS, 216 Central Ave., Logan, W. Va.: LESTER SHIELDS, 238 
Colliers Way, Weirton, W. Va.: HOY SHINGLETON, Potomac Ave., Rom- 
ney, W. Va.: FRANK SHIPPER, 100 N. Georgia Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va. 



MARGARET SHOCKEY, Rt. I, Berkeley Springs, W. Va.: RICHARD 
SHOCKEY, 803 S. Washington St., Berkeley Springs, W. Va.; JUDY SHOUP, 
144 Clendenning Rd., Gibsonia, Pa.; ROBERT SIGNORELLO, 32 West Grant 
Ave., Roselle, N.J. 



WAYNE SINCLAIR, 223 Main Street, Leechburg. Pa.: JAMES SINZ, 217 
Evans City Rd., Butler, Pa.; SAMUEL SKEEN, Rt. 6, Ripley, W. Va.; SUS- 
ANNESKINTO, 143 Riverview Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



OJARS SKUJINS, Ronceverte. W. Va.; CAROL SLOAN, Box 396, RD #1, 
TrafTord, Pa.: GUY SMITH, 474 Pythian St., Morgantown, W. Va.; HERB- 
ERT SMITH, 2404 23rd St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 







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JEFFREY SMITH. 128 Hoffman Dr.. Johnstown, Pa.; JOANNE SMITH, Box 
12, Bunola, Pa.; JOSEPH SMITH, 612 Grandview Ave., Clairton, Pa.; 
KAREN SMITH, 181 Maple Ave.. Welch. W. Va. 



MARLYN SMITH. 905 Mossman Circle. Point Pleasant, W. Va.; MICHAEL 
S. SMITH, 3500 Golf Drive, Parkersburg, W. Va.; MICHAEL T. SMITH, 
2475 Parquet Ct., San Jose, Calif.; TERRY C. SMITH, Rt. #1, Mt. Clare, 
W. Va. 



VANCE L. SMITH, 501 Walton, Lemayne, Pa.; ELIZABETH SNIDER, 109 
Penn Ave.. Harrisville. W. Va.; CARMEN SNODGRASS, 2618 Shadyside 
Rd., St. Albans, W. Va.; C. VERNON SNYDER, 224 N. Main St., Washing- 
ton. Pa. 



JANET SONGER, 117 Valentine Rd., Coraopolis, Pa.; SHAWN SORRELL, 

Manila. W. Va.; JULIAN SPENCER, 1619 Woodvale Rd., Charleston, W. 
Va.; SUSAN SPHAR, 310 Oakland Ave., Charleroi, Pa. 



ROBERT SPIKER, 5906 S. 1st St., Arlington, Va.; MARTHA SQUIRES, 119 
Ridenour St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; NANCY ST. CLAIR, 2114 Fulton St 
Bluefield, W. Va.; MARY K. STAGGERS. Box 906, Keyser, W. Va. 



JERRY STARCHER. Nebo, W. Va.; KAREN STEELE, 138 Eliza- 
beth Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; JAMES STEMPLE. 114 2nd St.. Elkins, 
W. Va.; DOUGLAS STEPHENSON. 112 Bartlett Ave., Spencer, W. 
Va.; JOANN STERLE, Box 673, Uniontown, Pa. 



GREGORY STEWART, 2401 24th, Nitro, W. Va.; JOSEPH STEWART, 103 
E. High St.. Waynesburg, Pa.; ROBERT STEWART, RD #3, Tamaqua, Pa.; 
ERIC STIER, 5 Birchvi/ood Ter.. Wayne, N.J. 



BRAD STONE, 407 McMullen Hwy., Cumberland, Md.; WILLIAM 
STOVER, 316 Sunset Dr., Cumberland, Md.; JOHN STRAUB, Rt. 4, Box 4, 
Morgantown, W. Va.; DAVID STRICKER, 211 Broadlawn Terr., Elkview, W. 
Va. 









OWEN STRICKLER, Box 97. Shenandoah, Va.; RICHARD STRIMER, 2610 
Broad Street, Parkersburg, W. Va.; BRADFORD STUART, 405 S. Court St., 
Uwisburg, W. Va.; LINDA STUART, 713 Ritchie Ave., Ravenswood, W. Va. 



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BRADEN SWANEY. 4308 E. 4th St., Long Beach. Calif.; GAIL G. TACY, 
HuttonsviUe, W. Va.; EDWARD TAMM, 235 Grape Ave., Johnstown, Pa.; 
BARBARA TATTERSALL, 18 Lance Dr.. Charleston. W. Va. 



JAMES TATTERSON, 2518 Woodland Ave.. So. Charleston. W. Va.; 

PAMELA TAYLOR, 103 Poplar Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; THOMAS 

TAYLOR. 220 Jefferson St.. Moorefield, W. Va.; AMY TENNEY, 150 
Fayette St., Buckhannon, W. Va. 



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KAY TERRY, Rt. 4, Martinsburg, W. Va.: RODNEY THOMAS. 93 Valley 
St., Romney, W. Va.; SUSAN THOMPSON, 364 Kenmore St., Morgantown, 
W. Va. 



BARBARA TOOTHMAN. Rt. 3, Box 526. Clarksbura. W. Va.; DOUGLAS 
TOOTHMAN. 236 Greenlawn Blvd., Weirton, W. Va.; JOSEPH TOPLEY, 
750 Elm Terrace, York, Pa.; DONALD TORDOLINO, 3011 West St., Weir- 
ton. W. Va. 










DAVID TRAINER, 211-A Berwyck Apts., St. Davids, Pa.; TERRY TRAVIS, 
Box 164. Matheny, W. Va.; ALICE TUCKWILLER, Box 429, Lewisburg, W. 
Va.; HAROLD TURNER, Box 76, Rt. 1, Catawba, W. Va. 



TRUBIE TURNER, Rt. 1. Box 204, Maidsville. W. Va.; VIRGINIA ULCH, 

1208 Market, Parkersburg, W. Va.; STEPHEN ULREY, Vlijweg 4, Dororecht, 
Holland. LLOYD VAKAY, Moriches Ave., E. Moriches, N.Y. 



DANNY VANCE, Box 167, Harman, W. Va.; WILLIAM VAN ORMER, 747 
Washington, Cumberland, Md.; MARY VAN ZANDT, 9 Le Moyne, Washing- 
ton, Pa.; CAROLINE VAUGHAN, Box 307, Grantsville, W. Va. 



GEORGE VETTER, 215 Main. Leechburg, Penna.; RICHARD VICKERS, 
714 Broad St., Mt. Hope, W. Va.; RAYMOND VINE, 1713 Washington Ave., 
Parkersburg. W. Va.; DENNIS VOSO, 506 4th St., Williamsburg, W. Va. 



KATHRYN VOSSLER, 350 Valley View Ave., Keyser, W. Va.; DAVID 
WAGNER, 1223-22nd, Parkersburg, W. Va.; BRUCE WAINWRIGHT, 911 
Mossman Circle, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.; DAVID WALKER, 156 E. Hampshire, 
Piedmont, W. Va. 



HENRY WALKER, 224 Westwood Dr., Beckley, W. Va.; HUGH WALKER, 
135 Palm Dr., Weirton, W. Va.; WILLIAM WALKER, J.M. Pierce Rd., 
Monkton, Md.; CAROL WALLS, Box 421, Morgantown, W. Va. 



JANA WALTERS, 305 Mulberry. Morgantown, W. Va.; FRANCIS 
WARDER, 331 Maple Ave., Grafton, W. Va.; DARLENE WARE, Charles 
Town, W. Va.; ROBERT WASSON, 515 Monroe Ave.. North Hills, Pa. 



JAMES WATKINS, Box 67, Fairmont, W. Va.; WENDY WATKINS. 1221 
Woodland Cres,, Fairmont, W. Va.; CAROL WATSON, 1268 Fairlawns, 
Morgantown, W. Va.; STEPHANIE WATSON, 6 Sunset Dr., Fairmont, W. 
Va. 



BARBARA WEBB, 4822 Rolling Hills Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; ROBERT WEBB, 
956 Coleman Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; ANN WEBER, 505 Riverside Dr., St. 
Mary's, W. Va.; ROGER WEBSTER, Kopperston, W. Va. 




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FRED WEINGARTEN, 619 Madison, McKeesport, Pa.; ELAINE WELCH, 
Box 172, Burlington, W. Va.; HAROLD WELKER, 115 N. Bolton St.. Rom- 
ney, W. Va.; SALLY WELLS, 888 Chester Rd., Charleston, W. Va. 



RAYMOND WENSTROM, 824 Rose Court, River Vale, N.J.; BARBARA 
WEYRICK, 333 Walnut Ave., Wheeling. W. Va.; SUZANNE WHEELER, 
1708 Lynn St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; WILLIAM WHEELER, 1435 20th St., 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



LINDA WHITNEY, 6083 9th St., Arlington, Va.; IRMA WILKIN, 681 For- 
est Circle, So. Charleston, W. Va.; ANDREW WILKINS, 929 Riverview Dr., 
Morgantown, W. Va.; RICHARD WILLIAMS, 4408 Noyes Ave., Charleston, 
W. Va. 



LAWRENCE WILLSON, 225 8th St., W. Newton, Pa.; FRANCES WILSON, 
331 River Dr., Logan, W. Va.; MARY E. WILSON, 5326 Noyes Ave., 
Charleston, W. Va.; MICHAEL WILSON, 4203 Kanawha Ave., Charleston, 
W. Va. 



ROBERT WILSON, 604 Ice St., Barrackville, W. Va.; RONALD D. WIL- 
SON, 3306 5th Ave., W. Belle, W. Va.; SARA WILSON, Lewisburg, W. Va.; 
KAREN WINGO, 461 1 Wash Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



DANNY WINTERS, 5512 4th Ave., Vienna. W. Va.; SARAH WITSCHEY, 
842 Spring Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; LINDA WOOD, Beverly, W. Va.; 
DAVID WOODDELL, 2101 45th, Parkersburg, W. Va. 



SUE WOODDELL, Box 43, Weston, W. Va.; IIM WOOLWINE. 1400 Key 
Dr., Alexandria, Va.; lONNA WORKMAN, 2620, Furlong Ave., St. Albans, 
W. Va.; DONNA WRIGHT, 107 Bartlett Ave., Spencer, W. Va. 



SANDRA WRIGHT, 110 Justice, Logan, W. Va.; BEVERLY YOAK, Big 
Bend, W. Va.; CHERYL YOUNG, 601 Cherry St., Ravenswood, W. Va.; 
SHELBY YOUNG, Clover, W. Va. 



MARCIA YOUNG, 125 Euclid Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; LINDA YOUNG- 
BLOOD, 1211 Ellen Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va.; CAROL YURCINA, 1019 
Tomlinson, Moundsville, W. Va.; RONALD YUSS, Charleroi, Pa. 




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ROBERT ZAK, 3909 Collins, Weirton, W. Va.; DONNA ZELEK, 104 Bunker 
St., Jamestown, Pa.; EUGENE ZDROJEWSKI, 2405 Winter St., St. Albans, 
W. Va. 



MARY JO ZILER, 413 Faulkner Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va.; BONNIE ZIM- 
MERMAN, 1107 Village Way, Fairmont, W. Va.; WILMA ZIMMERMAN, 
1415 Sycamore, Wellsburg, W. Va. 



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SILAS ABERSOLD, Rt. 3, Box 412. Fairmont, W. Va.; MANDO 
AGAH, 959B Twin Towers. Morgantown. W. Va.; JOSEPH 
AIELLO. 114 Vincent Dr.. Verona, Pa.: ERIC ALLISON. 1445 
Anderson Ave., Morgantown. W. Va.; SUSAN ALLISON, 509 Court 
Ave., Weston. W. Va. 



MALCOLM M. ALT. 205 Va. Ave.. Petersburg, W. Va.; DONNA 
AMOLE, 2101 Statford Rd., S. Charleston, W. Va.; CHARLES 
AMOS, Rt. 4, Box 121, Princeton, W. Va.; TONY ANGELELLI, 
Box 505, Northfork, W. Va.; WALTER ANGELINI. 1404 Pennsyl- 
vania Ave., Weirton, W. Va. 



STEPHEN ANNAND, 1521 Hampton Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; 
DONNA ARENS, Box 134, Power, W. Va.; DEAN ARNOLD. 219 
School St., Weirton. W. Va.; JOSEPH ATKINS, 222 Prospect St., 
Morgantown. W. Va.; ELIZABETH AULDRIDGE. Box 404, Hin- 
ton, W. Va. 



JAMES AZAR, 135 Wertz Rd., Johnstown. Pa.; KENNETH 
BABER, 14 Point View Terrace, Wheeling, W. Va.; BARBARA 
BAILEY. 2201 Washington. Bluefield, W. Va.; MARIAN BAILEY, 
4108 Stella St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; DONNA BAISDEN, 925 
Chappell Rd., Charleston, W. Va. 



JEAN BAKER, 1513 Bedford Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; KATH- 
LEEN BAKER. 130 Main St., Vincentown, N.J.; WILLIAM 
BAKER, 319 Hazel Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa.; RICHARD BAL- 
LENGEE, 123 Jackson St., Huntington, W. Va.; STEPHEN BAR- 
BER, 3316 Thomas Ave., Huntington, W. Va. 



LINDA BARGER. 229 Staunton Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va.; 
BROOKS BARKWILL. 1112 Ross St.. Morgantown. W. Va.; 
BARRY BARNES. 213 Bellview Ave.. Fairmont, W. Va.; NANCY 
BARTON, 1432 Sattes Circle, Nitro, W.Va.; DAWNA BAYLES, 
Ceylon Rd., Carmichaels, Pa. 



RONALD BECK, 5313 Chestnut St., Bethel Park, Pa.; JOHN BEE- 
MAN. 1002 Piedmont Ave.. Cumberland. Md.; RICHARD 
BEHRING JR.. 512 Sancree Rd., Pittsburg, Pa.; KIMBERLY 
BEILE, 610 Harvey St., Greensburg, Pa.; LYNDA BELL. 109 Win- 
ter Dr., Ripley, W. Va. 



JOHN BENEDUM. Box 143. Bridgeport. W. Va.; GREGORY 
BENTZEL. 101 N. Findlay St., York, Pa.; SUSAN BELL. 4710 N. 
33 St.. Arlington, Va,; MAYA BHASKAR, Toll Gate, W. Va.; ME- 
LANIE BILL, 41 Elwood St., Coraopolis, Pa. 



LIZABETH BISH. 2504 Campbell Circle. West Mifflin, Pa.; 
ELAINE BIZUB, 28 E. Wood St.. Nemacolin. Pa.; JAMES BLAND, 
339 Main Ave., Weston, W. Va.; VINCENT BLANDINA. 55 W. 
Eighth St.. Wyoming. Pa.; PATRICIA BLEVINS, 877 Baier St., St. 
Albans. W. Va. 



GEORGE BLIZZARD, Oxier Ave., Oak Hill, W. Va.; RENA 
BOEH, 212 Stonebrook Dr.. McMurray, Pa.; KAREN BOGER, 106 
Salisbury St.. Meyersdale. Pa.; RICHARD BOOTH. 411 S. Boul- 
guard, Huntington, W. Va.; GREG BORZOK, 151 N. 21 St., Camp 
Hill, Pa. 



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JAMES BOSLEY. Moorefield, W. Va.; LARRY BOWMAN, 5212 
Hamilton Ave.. Baltimore. Md.: DAVID BOWYER, New Milton. 
W. Va.; PEGGY BOYCE. 335 Center St.. Weirton, W. Va.: LARRY 
BRADFORD. 42 West St.. Morsantown. W. Va. 



JAMES BRADLEY. 100 Bemice Ave., Anawalt, W. Va.: THOMAS 
BRAND. 4584 Doverdell Dr.. Pittsburg, Pa.; WILLIAM BRAN- 
HAM. 200 E. Moler Ave.. Martinshurg. W. Va.: NANCY BREMER. 
Hillview, Brockway, Pa.; DAVID BRIDGETTE, 1517 W. Riverview 
Dr., Belle, W. Va. 



ROBERT BRINKER, RD #2. Box 476. Greensburg, Pa.: KEVIN 
BRITTON. Rt. 9. Box 195. Morgantown. W. Va.; BAKER BROWN, 
111 Central Ave.. S. Charleston, W. Va.; CURTIS BROWN, 816 
Coleman Ave.. Fairmont. W. Va.; ELIZABETH BROWN, 152 Sec- 
ond Ave.. S. Charleston. W. Va. 



LINDA BROWN. 632 N. Queen St., Martinsbiirg, W. Va.; NICKIE 
BROWN, Washington St.. Salisbury, Pa.; PATRICK BROWN, 108 
Summit Ave.. Madison. W. Va.; PHILIP BROWN. 920 Hood Ave., 
Shinnston. W. Va.; STEVEN BROWN, 484 Lawnview Dr., Morgan- 
town. W. Va. 



WILLIAM H. BROWN JR., Sutton, W. Va.; WILLIAM M. 
BROWN JR.. 1006 Straley, Princeton, W. Va.: ROBERT BROWN- 
ING JR.. Pineville. W. Va.; ANTHONY BRUCE, 1100 Ave. D., 
Riverside, Pa.; KITTY BUCHER, Box 36, Rt. 2, Sistersville, W. Va. 



SUE ELLEN BUEHLER. 108 Wilson Ave., Morsantown, W. Va.; 
EDWIN BUFFA JR.. Box 117. Bradley. W. Va.: KAREN BARK- 
HART. 128 S. Water, West Newton, Pa.: CAROL ANNE BURN- 
WORTH, Box 154, Farmington, Pa.; CAROLINE BUSH, 5 Bush 
Ave., Philippi, W. Va. 



JAMES BUTTS. 303 S. Tenn. Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va.: GAIL 
BYERS. Box 185. Mahaffey, Pa.: GALEN BYRD, 426 N. Franklyn 
St.. Red Lion. Pa.: STEPHEN CAIN. 702 Virginia St.. S. Charles- 
ton, W. Va.; SHERRIE CALCOTT, 630 Louisiana Ave., Chester, W. 
Va. 



CAROLE CALEMINE, 173 Argyle St.. Keyser, W. Va.: HELEN 
CALLAHAM. 641 Stratton St.. Logan, W. Va.: CAROLYN CALLI- 
SON, Beard, W. Va.; GREGORY CAMPBELL, 105 Forest Ave.. S. 
Charleston, W. Va.; CYNTHIA CANNON, 198 Orchard Hill Dr., 
Fairfield, Conn. 



SUSAN CANTERBURY, 247 Staunton Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va.; 
LINDA CARELLI, Box 65, London. W. Va.; JOSEPH CARNEY, 
570 Locust. Weston. W. Va.; MICHAEL CARROLL, 533 Wood- 
haver Dr., Morgantown, W. Va.; CHARLES CASE, 324 Demain 
Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. 



EDMUND CASSELLA, 1717 Atkinson St., New Castle, Pa.; RICH- 
ARD CAVALLARO. 1117 Krepps St.. Morgantown. W. Va.: MEL- 
ODY CHAMNESS. Box 425, East Bank, W. Va.: GEORGE 
CHANDLER, 309 Church St., Spencer, W. Va.; JOHN CHAPLIN, 

323 Chestnut Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



SUSAN CHARLES, Box 157, Alloy, W. Va.; PAMELA CHESLEY, 
653 Maple Avenue, New Martinsville, W. Va.; CHARLES 
CHRISTY. 5826 Cenway Rd., Bethesda, Md.; PHYLLIS CLARK, 
2930 Mission Rd., Bethlehem, Pa.; RITA CLARKE, 206 Carmel 
Rd., Wheeling, W. Va. 












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THOMAS CLAWSON, 17 Lincoln Way, Buckhannon, W Va ■ 
WILLIAM CLEMENS, Box 394, Ronceverte, W. Va.; SALLIE 
CLINE, 309 Main St., Middlebourne, W. Va.; WILLIAM CLOSE, 
59 Sullivan Rd., Bradford, Pa.; DAVID COBB, 411 Washington 
Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va. 



ARLEEN COHEN, 7129 Lynford St.,- Philadelphia, Pa.; KENNETH 
COLEMAN, 3913 Green Springs Ave., N.W., Roanoke, Va ; 
PENNY COLVIN, 3 Orchard Circle, Wheeling, W. Va.; GAYLE 
CONELLY, 704 S. Kanawha, Beckley, W. Va.; JOHN CONNER, 
121 Summit St., Spencer, W. Va. 



MARY ALICE CONNER, 130 Dutch Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; 
MARIO CONTE, 16 Lexington St., Watertown, Mass.; MARGUE- 
RITE COPE, Box 39, Ashland, W. Va.; JERRY COSNER, Davis, 
W. Va.; MARY COTTRELL, 906 Maple Rd., Charleston, W. Va. 



BARBARA COVITCH, 1 Fairview Place, Lewistown, Pa.; SALLY 
COX, 15 Echo Terrace, Wheeling, W. Va.; TIMOTHY CROSS, 406 
53rd St., Vienna, W. Va.; ROBERT X. CUMMINGS. 725 Garvin 
Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; CATHY CURRY, 26 Maple Ave., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 



JOHN CUSHARD, 434 Center St., Morgantown, W. Va.; DARRYL 
DALCIN. 7 Norfolk Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; JOHN DALPORTO, 
Charlton Heights, W. Va.; GEORGE DAMRON, 1232 Lions Ave., 
Morgantown, W. Va.; IRVINE DAMRON, Box 44, Lenore, W. Va. 



ANDREA DAVISSON, 931 Hughes Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; 
JOSEPH DAVISSON, 1235 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; 
LOYAL DEAN, Main St., Roscoe, Pa.; BRYAN DEEM, 806 Grand 
Centrd Ave., Vienna, W. Va.; PAMELA DEEM, 421 Derrick Ave., 
Uniontown, Pa. 



ROBERT DEFRANCIS, 571 Spruce St., Weirton, W. Va.; CAROL 
ANN DEHAVEN, 815 Winchester Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va.; 
JACOB DEHAVEN, 315 Bernke, Martinsburg, W. Va.; ROBERT 
DEHAVEN, 317 Porter Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va.; VIRGINIA 
DEHAVEN, Lake View, Bunker Hill, W. Va. 



SANDRA DELP, 119 Harding Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; MARIA 
DEMIRANDA, Wilson St., St. Marys, W. Va.; ROMEO 
DEMARCO, RD 1, Industry, Pa.; JOSEPH DEMKO, 612 Waddell 
Ave., Clairton, Pa.; DANIEL DENHAM, 104 Washington Ave., 
Wheeling, W. Va. 



PAUL DESSANER, 3459 Section Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio; EDWARD 
DESTEFANO, 776 Schaefer Ave., Oradell, N.J.; STEPHANIE 
DEVERICK, 926 Greendale Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; NANCY DE- 
VIESE, Box 38, Charlton Heights, W. Va.; PAM DEW, 116 Miller 
St., Beckley, W. Va. 



RON DILORENZO, 213 View Ave., Weirton, W. Va.; THOMAS 
DODD, Box 5, Hastings, W. Va.; JOHN DOHANICH, 890 Free- 
dom, Rochester, Pa.; MARSHA DONALDSON, 1375 13th St., 
Huntington, W. Va.; JOHN DOPPELHEVER, 1404 Chesnut St., 
Connellsville, Pa. 



BARBARA DORY, 416 Roane Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; ROBERT 
DOUGLAS, Beckley, W. Va.; ROBERT DUNBAR, 313 Simpson, 
Morgantown, W. Va.; JANICE DUNCAN, 178 Elm Cj-est Dr., 
Wheeling, W. Va.; NORMAN DUNCAN, 308 Martin Ave., New 
Martinsville, W. Va. 



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JAMES DUNN, Rt. 1, Box 101, Point Pleasant. W. Va.; ROBERT 
DUNN, 3120 Chestnut St., Camp Hill, Pa.: WAYNE DUNN, Rt. 3, 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; BETTY DURDEN, 2650 Piedmont Ave., 
Huntington, W. Va.; JEFFREY DYER, 430 Rebecca, Morgantown, 
W. Va. 



SUSAN DYER, 1222 Fourth St., Monongahela, Pa.; JUDITH 
ERHART, 19 Sylvan Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; CYNTHIA EDDY. Box 
805. Morgantown, W. Va.; PATRICIA EDGELL. 980 Northwestern 
Ave., Morgantown. W. Va.; JACK EDWARDS, 2008 Somerset 
Lane, Oak Hill. W. Va. 



JEAN EDWARDS. 322 Central Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va.; 
JUDITH EHRGOTT, 606 Prospect Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; 
DOUGLAS ENGSTROM. 3724 Richard, Fairfax, Va.; NANCY 
EVANS, Parkersburg Rd., Spencer, W. Va.; RICHARD EVANS, 
Hillcrest, Fairmont. W. Va. 



G. MICHAEL FAHEY. 153 N. 17th. Wheeling. W. Va.; BRETT 
FALKENSTINE, 539 Louise Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; LAW- 
RENCE FALVO, 36 E. Katherine Ave.. Washington. Pa.; TOMMY 
FARMER. Rt. 2, Box 569, Bluefield, W. Va.; SALVINA FASOL, 
Box 862. Keystone. W. Va. 



LOUISE FEITLER. 86 Elizabeth Ave., Teaneck. N.J.; ARLENE 
FERRARA, 2088 Westfield Circle, Scotch Plains, N.J.; MONA FIN- 
LEY. RD #4. Box 10. Belle Vernon. Pa.; ROBERT FINLEY. 2nd 
St.. Chester, W. Va.; DANTE FIOCCA, 215 Loraine Dr., Weirton, 
W. Va. 



SUSAN FISCHER, 605 Ewing St., Washington. Pa.; KATHRYN 
FISH. 3905 Keller Ave., Alexandria, Va.; FRANKLIN FISHER, 
8112 MacCorkle Ave.. Marmet, W. Va.; JANET FISHER, 1024 
Meador St., Princeton, W. Va.; NORMAN FLEMING, 104 James 
St., West Union. W. Va. 



CANDACE FOGLE, 3103 13th Ave. Vienna, W. Va.; GERRLET 
FOLKERTS. 266 Laurel Rd., East Northport, N.Y.; GEORGE 
FORD, 369 Mulberry, Morgantown, W. Va.; JOANNA FORD. 204 
Haymond St., Fairmont, W. Va.; JOHN FOSTER, 1525 17th St., 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



JOHN FOSTER. 37 Shaffer St., Sykesville. Pa.; TOM FOULK, 5918 Lowell 
Ave., Alexandria, Va.; MARY FOWLER, 320 Jones Ave., Bridgeport, W. Va.; 
BARBARA FOX. 4341 S. 36th St., Arlington, Va. 



REGINA FRAGALE, 2221 Gould, Clarksburg, W. Va.; JOHN FRANCIS, 
616 4th St.. New Martinsville. W. Va.; SUSAN FRENCH, 917 Plutus, Ches- 
ter, W. Va.; DANIEL FRIEND, Preston Rd., Morgantown, W. Va. 



DAVID FULLER, 4213 Noyes Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; LINDA GADD, 
RD #2, Wellsburg, W. Va.; MELISSA GALLOWAY, 9 Park Terrace, Ceredo, 
W. Va.; JOE GARCIA, Box 293, Anmoore, W. Va. 



FRED GARDNER, 3308 Elm St., Weirton, W. Va.; MARGARET GARLOW, 
Hemlock, W. Va.; MICHAEL GARNER. Box 74, Greenwood, W. Va.; 
GREGORY GARRISON. 17 Dominion Dr., Dewfries, Va. 




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DEBORAH GARTON, 421 Main Ave.. Weston, W. Va.; TRUDY GARVIN, 
2810 Ranch Rd., S. Charleston, W. Va.; DONNA GASPARI. 336 Woodbine 
St Harrisburg, Pa.; JAMES GATHERUM, 2613 Bellevue, Bluefield, W. Va. 



RICHARD GAY, 1099 Van Buren. Clarksburg, W. Va.; GARY GEORGE, 
214 Oney Avenue. Huntington, W. Va.: RUTH GEPPERT, 8956 Braddock 
Rd Cumberland, Md.; WILLIAM GERKIN, 338 Walnut St., Grafton, W. 
Va. 



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MICHAEL GERMAK, 36 Roosevelt St., Edwardsville, Pa.; JANET GER- 
RARD, Rt. 1, Bristol, W. Va.; JOHN GIBBS, 29 Merrill St., Logan. W. Va.; 
JANICE GIBSON, 416 Barlynn Rd., Bethel Park, Pa. 



WILLIAM GIESELER, RD #2, Triadelphia, W. Va.; RALPH GILBERT, 45 
Garland Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; MARY BETH GILLIGAN, 5705 9th Ave., 
W. Bradenton, Fla.; CHAD GILLENWATER, 320 Gallridge Rd., Timmonion, 
Md. 



ERNESTINE GILLESPIE, Box 775, Lewisburg, W. Va.; JANET GIL- 
LESPIE, 908 Louden Hgts. Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; DONNA GINGRICH, 
47 Walnut Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; MICHAEL GLANCY, 2403 Avery St., 
Parkersburg. W. Va. 



GARY GLOVER, 173 Seneca Dr.. Clarksburg, W. Va.; PAMELA GLOVER, 
729 Garvin Ave.. Charleston. W. Va.; ROBIN GOAD, 1 Goad Dr., Clen- 
denin. W. Va.; RICHARD GOFF, 10 Crestview Terr., Bridgeport, W. Va. 



REVY GOLDEN, 417 Lawman, Bridgeport. W. Va.; STEPHEN GOODWIN, 
797 Brookside. Columbus, Ohio; ELLEN GORMAN, 2510 Plum St., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va.; CAROLYN GOSHORN, 506 Grant St., Charleston, W. Va. 





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DIANE GRAHAM, 521 Georgia Ave.. Chester. W. Va.; JOHN GRAMPA. 
Box 324. Beech Bottom. W. Va.; ALAN GRAY. 427 Parkes St., Verona. Pa.; 
JAMES GRAY, 1234 Eastern Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. 



THOMAS GREENSTREET, 356 Old Trail. Baltimore, Md.; WILLIAM 
GRIBBIN JR., 3637 Brightway. Weirton. W. Va.; GERALD GRIMES. Box 
187. Livingston Rd.. Accokeek. Md.; BETH GROSSER, 5165 Lenona Dr., 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



DEIDRE GRYSKEVICH, 112 Highland Ave.. Weirton. W. Va.; JANE 
GUNNET. 2085 Knob Hill Rd., York. Pa.; ANN GUTHRIE. 4603 Kanawha 
Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; JAMES GUZZL Rt. 2, Box 615, Clarksburg, W. Va. 



KATHY GWYNN, 521 Maxwell Hill Rd., Beckley, W. Va.; JAMES 
GWYNNE, 667 Killarney Dr., Morgantown, W. Va.; MARTHA JANE HAD- 
LEY, 91 S. Pickering St., Brookville, Pa.; JOHN HAHLE, Orchard Lane, 
Bethlehem, Wheeling, W. Va. 



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KENNETH HALL, Box 436. Reedsville, W. Va.; N. ANN HAMBRICK 
Belva. W. Va.; DAVID HAMED. Greenbank, W. Va.; BRUCE HAMILTON 
Club Crest Rd., Fairmont, W. Va. 



TERESA HAMMED, Box 493. Princeton. W. Va.; DAVID HAMMOND, 265 
Shirls. Washington, Pa.; CHERYL HANDLEY, 340 Mulberry St., Morgan- 
town, W. Va.; CHARLES HANNA, 117 Grand Ave., Bridgeport, W. Va. 



FRED HARDMAN. Ridgemont Rd.. Spencer, W. Va.; DIANE HARDON, 
120 Kenric Ave., Donora, Pa.; SANDRA HARFORD, West Creek, Empo- 
rium, Pa.; PATTY HARLESS, 207 E. McDonald Ave., Mannington, W. Va. 



WILLIAM HARLESS. 933 Elmhurst Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; SUSAN HAR- 
MAN, Rt. 7, Box 163-C, Morgantown, W. Va.; DAVID HARRAH, Box 614, 
Lewisburg, W. Va.; SARAH HARRAH, 814 Pocahontas Ave. Ronceverte, W. 
Va. 



MAGGIE HARRINGTON, 19 Elmwood Place, Wheeling, W. Va.; CARL 
HATFIELD. New Town, W. Va.; HARRY HATFIELD, 490 Kanawha, Madi- 
son, W. Va.; PATRICIA HATFIELD, 1415 Peacock Lane, Fairmont, W. Va. 




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JANICE HAVER, Greene St., Jefferson. Pa.; CHARLES HAWKINS, 217 
Beechurst Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; SUE HAWLEY, 10 Forbes St.. Wheel- 
ing, W. Va.; SUSAN HAYES, 100 Baker Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va. 



W. KIRK HAYES, 4318 Kanawha Turnpike, S. Charleston, W. Va,; RICH- 
ARD HAYHURST. 2103 36th St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; JUDITH HEATON, 
230 Crystal Lane, Weirton, W. Va.; FRAN HENDERSON, 1 S. Center Ave., 
Mt. Hope, W. Va. 



JUSTIN HENDERSON, 108 Wood St., West Union, W. Va.; PATRICK 
HENRY III, Rt. 1, Box 82A, Martinsburg, W. Va.; THERESA HARTZ- 
NELL, 1920 S. Pittsburgh St., S. Connellsville, Pa.; DAVID HESS, Rt. 4, Box 
98, Morgantown, W. Va. 



HERBERT HIRSCH, RD #1. Box 134, Lakehurst, N.J.; RICHARD HITT, 
123 Barbour, Buckhannan, W. Va.; RICHARD HMIELESKL 428 Steadman 
PL, Perth Amboy, N.J.; ROBERT HODSON, 4 Fisher St., Mullens, W. Va. 



CAROL HOFFMAN, Victor, W. Va.; E. LESLIE HOFFMAN III, 1577 
Quarrier St. Charleston, W. Va.; BEVERLY HOKE, 2924 Beverly Rd., Camp 
Hill, Pa.; TIMOTHY HOLBROOK, 1202 Westwood Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 



BETSEY HOLDEN, Box 351, Lewisburg, W. Va.; ROBERT HOOFF, 30 Oak 
Park, Wheeling, W. Va.; HAROLD HOOPER, 707 Belmont Ave., Johnstown, 
Pa.; G. WILLIAM HOPKINS, 135 Owatonna St., Haworth, N.J. 




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ALLEN HOTT, Augusta, W. Va.: SAMUEL HOYE, 104 Brooks St., Fayette- 
ville, W. Va.; JOEDY HUFFMAN, 1710 Park St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; 
JAMES MUGGINS, 718 Water St., Benwood, W. Va. 



LINDA HUMMEL, Star Route, Frostburg, Md.; DANIEL HUMPHREY, 513 
Moran, Mullens, W. Va.; KENNETH HUMPHREY, 85 Old Post Rd., S. 
Hudson, N.Y.: LOKETTA HUMPHREYS, 5160 Russet Dr., Charleston, W. 
Va. 



BEVERLY HUNT, 838 Walters Rd., Charleston, W. Va.: CYNTHIA 
HUNTER, 1764 Meadowcrest Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; HARRY S. HOWTER, 
1248 Fairlawns, Morgantown, W. Va.; JIMMIE HUNTER, 237 N. Court St., 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 



DAVID HYER, 105 Barron Ave., Elkins, W. Va.; BRONWYN IKNER, 837 
Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; EMIL IMBRO JR., 1832-84th St., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y.; MARGARET INGRAM, 904 Dewey Ave., St. Marys, W. Va. 



SUSAN INSKEEP, Medley, W. Va.; JACKIE JACKSON, 934 Neptune Ave., 
Chester, W. Va.; JAMES JACKSON, 6 Harnian Ave., Grafton, W. Va.; 
SUZY JAMISON, 713 Park St., Morgantown, W. Va. 




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EDWARD JARROLL, Rt. 2, Box 137, Summersville. W. Va.; GARY JOHN- 
SON, Rt. 7, Box 363, Fairmont. W. Va.; MARTHA JOHNSON. 210 South 
St.. South Charleston, W. Va.; RICHARD JOHNSTON, 1340 College Pk., 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



KATHLEEN JULIAN, 656 Mulberry, Clarksburg, W. Va.; JOHN JUSTICE, 
Box 629, Montgomery. W. Va.; MARTHA KAPALKO, 6810 Morgantown, 
Fairchance, Pa.; NEIL KAPLAN, 2711 Norwood Ave.. Parkersburg, W. Va. 



KARLA KAPPEL, Charleston, W. Va.; THOMAS KECK, 1406 Knoll Rd., 
Lakewood, N.J.; JAMES KEENEY, 460 Rosewood, Pa.; WILLIAM KERNS, 
105 Village Dr., Bridgeport, W. Va. 



MARY KETTER, Box 125, Gary, W. Va.; SANDRA KETTLEWELL, 610 
Rebecca, New Martinsville, W. Va.; JANET KIMBLE, 740 8th St., New 
Martinsville, W. Va.; CAROLYN KING, 257 Dormont, Morgantown, W. Va. 








CHARLES KING, 106 Sheridan Circle, Charleston, W. Va.; CLIFTON 
KING, 148 Williams Ave., Ripley, W. Va.; RALPH KING, 206 Ann, Ravens- 
wood, W. Va.; ALMA KINGSLEY, 105 Crosswick Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



TIMOTHY KIRBY. 34 North Post .Rd., Hyde Park, N.Y.; CLIFF KISH. 980 
South Green St. Palmyra, Pa.; BILL KNEPP, Box 374, Clorksville, Pa.; 
REBECCA KNIGHT, 3 Oglethorpe Rd., Charleston, W. Va. 



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STEVE KOVAL. Box 5, Granville, W. Va.: LYNN KRILEY. RD #4 Free- 
port Rd., Butler, Pa.; PAT KOLAKOWSKI, 63 Washington Ave., Benwood, 
W. Va.; FREDERICK KOLANDO, 10 Glen Ferris, Glen Ferris, W. Va. 



CONSTANCE M. JOSTAKOS. 310 Buffalo St., Elkins, W. Va.; G. RICH- 
ARD KREUTER, RD #1, Box 295, Smithton, Pa.; EDWIN KRUMPE, Main 
St., Saxonburg, Pa.; RUSSELL LANDIS, 62-E Saltis Dr.. Clairton, Pa. 



ROBERT LAUCK, 416 Grant, Pitman, N.J.; SAMMY LAVIN, Rt. 2, Box 
199. Bluefield, W. Va.; JEANNE LAW, 922 N. Lewis, Glenville, W. Va.; 
MARTHA LAWTON, 101 Summit St., Aliquippa, Pa. 



BRADLEY LAYNE, 26 1st St., Williamson, W. Va.; SUZANNE LAZZELLE, 
1231 Van Voorhis Rd., Morgantown, W. Va.; ROBERT LEE JR., 7641 Wood- 
land Dr., Clinton, Md., WALLACE LEETH, Rt. 2. Sterling, Va. 



PATRICIA LEHNICK, RD #2, Bruceton Mills, W. Va.; DAVID LEMAS- 
TERS, 4609 Ninth Ave., Vienna, W. Va.; PAULA LEREW, Walnut St., East 
Berlin, Pa.; GARY LEROW, 928 32nd St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



MARSHA LEVY, 514 Redwood St., Harrisburg, Pa.; JOSEPH LEWIS, 2029 
16th St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; TERESA LIBERATORE, 717 Madigan Ave., 
Morgantown, W. Va.; DORINDA LILLY, Box 1634, Beckley, W. Va. 



MARGARET LILLY, 3209 Spring Dr., Alexandria, Va.; SHARON LIND, 
3312 Orchard, Weirton, W. Va.; JOHN LINDER, Rt. 3, Box 329-A, Clarks- 
burg, W. Va.; KITTY LINK, Rt. 2, Box 19, Kearneysville, W. Va. 



KENNETH LIPFERT. 1175 High St., Williamsport, Pa.; SAMUIEL LIT- 
TLEPAGE, 2905 Chandler Dr., Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.; DENNIS LOGUE, 535 
S. Third St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; JOHN LORD, Brownlow Park, Grafton, W. 
Va. 



GEORGE LOTZ, Rt. 4, Box 52, Fairmont, W. Va.; JAMES LOYD, 216 
Forest Cir., S. Charleston, W. Va.: ROBERT LUCE, 6160 Rosalind Rd., 
Huntington, W. Va.; MICHAEL LUTZ, 225 S. Church, Mohnton, Pa. 



HAROLD LYKINS, Dille, W. Va.; CHARLES MACQUEEN, 438 Westmore- 
land Dr., Dunbar, W. Va.; SANDRA MADICH, 183 Scenic Rd., Weirton, W. 
Va.; BONNIE MIHALIC, 507 Dorsey Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. 



ELAINE MAIER, 704 Almonesson Ave., Westville, N.J.; DAVID MALONG. 
Rt. 2, Box 131, Grafton, W. Va.; HOWARD MANN, 201 S. College St., 
Martinsburg, W. Va.; RICHARD MANN, 3B Chilton Manor, Charleston. W. 
Va. 








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TONEY MARCHIO, 279 Brannon. Clarksburg, W. Va.; JAMES MARINO, 
117 Circle Dr.. Weirton, W. Va.; JUDITH MARRA, 1243 Briarcliff Rd., 
Bridgeport, W. Va.; JEFFREY MARTIN, 816 Honeysuckle Dr., Martinsburg, 
W. Va. 



JOHN MARTIN, 320 John Ave.. Clarksburg. W. Va.; JUDITH MARTIN, 
1033 10th St., Nitro, W. Va.; ROBERT MARTIN, Box F, Reader, W. Va.; 
ROY MARTIN, 281 1 26th St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 






SHARON MARTIN, 4408 Washington Ave.. Charleston. W. Va.; JUDITH 
MARTINO, 601 Joseph St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; BERRY MATHEWS. 719 
Main St.. Riverton, N.J.; NATHAN MATHEWS. Rt. 2, Cameron, W. Va. 



SUSAN MATTHEWS, 162 Crestview Dr., Middletown, N.J.; STEPHEN 
MAXWELL, RED #1, Clarksburg, W. Va.; ROBERT MAYHEW, Box 25, 
Pughtown, W. Va.; RICHARD MAYNARD, 779 S. Beech St., Manchester, 
N.H. 



RILEY MAYNARD, Varney, W. Va.; GREGORY MAZZEI, 1233 Woodland 
Crescent, Fairmont. W. Va.; WALLACE McCLELLAN, 211 Euclid, Clarks- 
burg, W. Va.: JOHN McCLEVE JR., 16 Campbell Rd., Fairfield. N.J. 



WADE McCLURE. Beechwood. Scott Depot. W. Va.; MELODIE McCOL- 
LUM, 79 Main St., Goshen, N.Y.; DAVID McCORMICK, 293 River Dr., 
Logan, W. Va.; MARY ANN McCREEDY, Summit Terrace N., Smoke Rise, 
N.J. 



CAROLYN McCUE, 1410 Meadowcrest Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; DAVID 
McCUE, 144 Vermont, Clarksburg, W. Va.;. ELIZABETH McCOLLOUGH, 
2019 Colebrooke, Washington, D.C.; THOMAS McCULLOUGH, 1127 Sunset 
Drive, Fairmont, W. Va. 



DONNA McDANIEL, 111 Grove, Beckley. W. Va.; SHIRLEY McDANIEL, 
301 West Main St., Summersville, W.' Va.; BARBARA McFADYEN, 125 
Alexander, Clarksburg, W. Va.; MARY LOU McFADDEN, 135 Armstrong 
St., Romney, W. Va. 



MARILYN McGINNIS. 1511 Enslow Blvd.. Huntington, W. Va.; WILLIAM 
McGOWAN, RD #1. Box 192. Post Clinton. Ohio; JO McGUIRK, 720 Fox 
Ave., Harrisville; W. Va.; CLARK McKEE, RD #2, Box 97, Triadelphia, W. 
Va. 



MARSHALL McKINNEY, 123 S. Park Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; ALICE 
McLaughlin, 305 N. JelTerson, Lewisburg, W. Va.; BRENNY MC- 
LAUGHLIN, Rt. 1, Box 344, Summersville, W. Va.; GLENN McNEES, 640 
17th Ave., New Brighton, Pa. 



RICHARD McQUAIN, 107 Main St., Belle, W. Va.; JEAN-MARIE 
MEEUWISSEN, Box 2131, Paramaribo, Surinam; MARY MEKOS, 143 Clear 
View, Wheeling, W. Va.; MICHAEL METHENY, 2209 34th Place, Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 



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LEROY METZ II. Box 12. Waverly Dr.. Hallidaysburg. Pa.: JERI 
MICHAEL, 300 3rd Ave.. Beckley. W. Va.; BERNARD MILLER. Rt. 1, 
West Alexander. Pa.: DAVID MILLER. 2 Maple Lane. Wheeling. W. Va. 



GAIL MILLER. 116 Hamburg Tpk.. Wavne, N.J.: FAIN MILLER. 314 Cem- 
etery Dr.. Summersville. W. Va.: STEPHEN MILROY. 83 E. Walnut. Rich- 
wood. W. Va.: MILLARD MINOR, 138 Phillips St., Weirton, W. Va. 



MARIE MOHR. Gallipolis Ferrv. W. Va.; BLAIR MONTGOMERY, 207 
Willow Weston. W. Va.: LARRY MOORE. 348 Falling Run. Morgantown, 
W. Va.: RODNEY MOORE. 1013-25th St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



JULIETTE MORGAN. Arnold Hall. Morgantown. W. Va.: SUSAN MOR- 
GAN. 34 W. Long Meadow Rd.. Hagerstown. Md.: DANA MORRIS, 1415 E. 
Lynn Rd.. Wayne. W. Va.: DONNA MORRIS, Grantsville, W. Va. 



MARY MORRIS. 901 Fairfax Dr.. Morgantown. W. Va.: ROBERT MORRIS, 

2304 Windham Rd.. S. Charleston. W. Va.: DEBORAH MORRISON. 252 
North Ave.. Washington, Pa.: MARY MORRISON, 1723 Crestmont Dr.. 
Huntington. W. Va. 



DAVID MOUNT. Rt. 1, Spencer, W. Va.: VICTOR MOWTSCHAN, 216 
Liberty Ave.. Weirton, W. Va.: GUNTHER MUELLER. 55 Birch St.. Vine- 
land. N.J.; ELIZABETH MULLANY, 221 Buckhannon Ave., Clarksburg, W. 
Va. 



BRIGID MURPHY. R-llOO Somerset Ave.. Windber, Pa.: ANDREA 
MARSH. 3611 Prince William Dr.. Fairfax. Va.: THOMAS MUCKLOW, 505 
Burroughs, Morgantown, W. Va.; JOHN MUFFLY, 322 Laurel St., Morgan- 
town. W. Va. 



PAMELA MURTON. 170 Combs Dr.. Paramus, N.J.; BRUNO MUS- 
CATELLO. Rt. 1. Petrolia, Pa.: AMELIA MYERS. 801 Wheeling Ave., Glen 
Dale, W. Va.: RICHARD MYERS. 172 Kemier Dr., Monaca, Pa. 



DENNIS NADER. 409 Craigoale Rd.. New Kensington. Pa.; MICHAEL 
NASSER, 943 Sixth St.. Charleston. W. Va.; DAVID NELSON. 320 5th Ave., 
Montgomery, W. Va.: DOUGLAS NELSON. 8 Heamlee PI., Wheeling. W. 
Va. 




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RANDALL NELSON. 320 5th Ave., Montgomery, W. Va.: RICK NEW- 
COMB Rt. S. Box 117, Buckhannon, W. Va.; VICTORIA NICKELL, Rt. 3, 
Box 84-C, Elkview, W. Va.: KAY NOBLE, 809 Hamilton Circle, Charleston, 

W. Va. 



WILLIAM NOBLE, 59 Fernwood Ave.. Wheeling. W. Va.: JOHN NOFF- 
SINGER. 9623 Sutherland Rd.. Silver Spring, Md.; DAVID NUNN, Rt. 1, 
Avella. Pa.: JOHN NUTTER. 605 Coleman Ave., Fairmont, W. Va. 



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M. ELIZABETH GATES. 100 N. Raleigh, Martinsburg, W. Va.; CHARLES 
OCH, Rt. 4, Box 271. Wheeling, W. Va.; PATRICIA O'FIELD, Box 693. 
Uwisburg, W. Va.: BEVERLY OGDEN, 709 Hamdor Ave., S. Charleston, W. 
Va. 



SAMUAL OGDEN, 301 E. Washington. Charles Town, W. Va.; ROGER 
OKEY, 3645 Morgan Dr., Weirton. W. Va.; MICHAEL OLEXA, Box 3080, 
Morgantown, W. Va.; LARRY OLIVER, 514 Arlington Ave., E. McKeesport, 
Pa. 



DONALD O'ROURKE, 1413 W. Martin St., Martinsburg, W. Va.; KAREN 
OSBORNE. 302 Wheeling Ave., Glendale, W. Va.; BARBARA OWENS, 
Washington St., St. Marys, W. Va.; LESLI PACKER, 270 N.E. 162 St., N. 
Miami Beach. Fla. 



GUY PAGE, 3026 Logan St., Camp Hill, Pa.; EVIE PAKAS, 215 N. Queen 
St., Martinsburg, W. Va.; MARIE PALLAGL 6116 Sunray Dr., Parma, Ohio; 
EMILENE PALMER, 405 Forest Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. 









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MARY PALMER, East Ward St., Ceder Grove, W. Va.; PAMELA 
PALMER, Box 254, New Martinsville, W. Va.; MARC PARSONS, 30 First 
Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.; MARY PECK, 102 5th Ave., Montgomery, W. Va. 



CAROLYN PELUSO, 908 Price St., Morgantown, W. Va.; JOSEPH 
PENDRY, Matheny, W. Va.; WALTER PERKINS, 1531 College Ave., Blue- 
field, W. Va.; STEVEN PERRY, 2122 21st St., Nitro, W. Va. 



DANIEL PHELAN, 1012 West Ave., Charleston. W. Va.; DAVID PHIL- 
LIPS. 437 E. Penn Blvd., Woodbury. N.L; DAVID PIATT, 313 5th St., 
Williamstown, W. Va.; MARY PICKERING, Box 402, White Sulphur 
Springs, W. Va. 



STEPHEN PIERCE, 725 Florida, Buckhannon. W. Va.; WILLIAM PIPER, 
Washington Farms, Wheeling, W. Va.; ROBERT PODBESEK, Box 473, 
Hutchinson, Pa.; EVAN POKORNEY, 39 Alice Ave., Wheeling. W. Va. 



ROBERT POLLITT, 10th Pinehurst Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; JOSEPHINE 
PONEK, 379 Dunkard Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; WILLIAM POOLE, 531 
5lh. Chester, W. Va.; CYNTHIA POTESTA, 1381 Sands Dr., Fairmont, W. 
Va. 



J. JEFFREY POTTS, 860 McLaughlin Rd., Beidgeville, Pa,; CLARENDON 
POWERS, 559 Edgehill Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; LINDA PRITTI, 519 Yokum 
St., Elkins, W. Va.; HAROLD PROUDFOOT JR., 127 Clearview, Weirton, 
W. Va. 



MARCIA PUFFENBERGER. 101 Burr St., Moorefield, W. Va.; 
LINDA PROUDFOOT, 107 Hall St., Philippi, W. Va.; MICHAEL 
PUTNAM, 119 Iroquois Lane, Liverpool. N.Y.; BRENDA QUEEN, 
Box 658, Gary, W. Va.; JANET QUINN. 137 S. Park St., Wheeling, 
W. Va. 








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WILLIAM QUINN, 528 Musgrave St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; FREDERICK 
RADER, 4404 Lincoln, Parkersburg, W. Va.; LINDA RADER, 150 Waddles 
Run Rd., Wheeling, W. Va.; KAROL RADOCHIO, 199 Riverside Dr., Welch, 
W. Va. 



AMY RAMSEY, 130 Highland Ave., Wellsburg, W. Va.; WILLIAM RANEY, 
1402 N. Walker St., Princeton, W. Va.: LOUISE RAWL, 323 N. Jefferson, 
Lewisburg, W. Va.; SHARON RAYBURN, Box 1029, Logan, W. Va. 



JIM RECHT, 3912 Palisades, Weirton, W. Va.; VICKI RECKART, 354 King- 
wood St., Morgantown, W. Va.; NANCY REDIFER, 812 Race, Ravenswood, 
W. Va.; LEON REED, 106 Walnut St., Glenville, W. Va. 



LINDA REED, 3424 West, Weirton, W. Va.; ROBERT REED, 401 Walnut 
St., Midway. Pa.; WILLIAM REED. Rt. 5, Box 8, Grafton, W. Va.; F. GIL 
REEL, 2307 Fairfax Rd.. Charleston, W. Va. 



ANN REEVES, Box 136. Wolf Summit. W. Va.; NORMAJEAN REGAN, 
587 Boggs Run Rd., Wheeling. W. Va.; ELLEN REID, 515 Duff Ave., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va.; MARCY REID, Rt. 1. Charles Town, W. Va. 



ROBERT REITZ, 1613 Brinton Ave., N. Braddock. Pa.; ROBERT RESH, 421 
Wedgewood Dr.. Lower Burrell, Pa.; DAN REXROAD, Box 68. Hamlin, W. 
Va.; JAMES RHODES, 4423 16th Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



RALPH RHODES, Rt. I, New England, W. Va.; DOROTHY RICE, 135 
Edgewood St., Wheeling, W. Va.; WILLIAM RICHARDS, Box 116, South- 
view, Pa.; JOHN RIFFE, 1110 Park Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



PHYLLIS RILEY, Fallingwaters, W. Va.; FRED RINE, 200 Jones St., Wheel- 
ing. W. Va.; EILENNE RISKEY, 417 Market St., Belle Vernon. Pa.; JUDY 
ROACH, Rt. 6, Box 34, Morgantown. W. Va. 








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GERALD ROBINSON. 1405 Camden, Charleston, W. Va.; JAMIE ROBIN- 
SON, 125 Hartland Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; JOSEPH ROBINSON, 623 
Edmonston Dr., Rockville, Md.; JACQUELYN ROCKWELL, 145 E. Rose- 
mary, Romney, W. Va. 



WILLIAM ROESSLER, 21 Elmwood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.; CHARLES 
ROGERS, Box 1106, Morgantown, W. Va.; FAYE ROGERS, 2119 S. 
Kanawha, Beckley, W. Va.; WILLIAM ROGOWSKI, 2255 17th St., Weirton, 
W. Va. 



JOHN ROHAL, 1419 Duss Ave.. Ambridge, Pa.; GEORGE ROLSTON, Rt. 3, 
St. Marys, W. Va.; DOMINICK ROMINO. 5 Park Dr., Fairmont, W. Va.; 
DIXON ROSS, 425 Lawnview, Morgantown, W. Va. 



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JOANNE ROSSO, 909 Second Ave., Cumberland, W. Va.; KAY ROWSEY. 
3338 W. 5th Ave., Belle, W. Va.: ROBERT RUPP. 0210-B Ancon, Canal 
Zone: MARGARET RUSSELL, 227 S. Davis St., Woodbury, N.J. 



PAUL RUSSEL, 9167 Fidelis Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio: WILLIAM RYAN. 463 
Van Voorhis Rd., Morgantown, W. Va.: ANN SAMSELL, Box 5336. Charles- 
ton, W. Va.: TINA SANDY, Rt. 2, Walker, W. Va. 



LINDA SATTERFIELD, Rt. 7. Bo.x 157. Morgantown. W. Va.: MARY 
SCHNEIDER, 122 Elm Crest Dr., Wheeling, W. Va.: FRANCES SCHOOL- 
CRAFT, 106 N. 11th St., Wheeling, W. Va.: IRWIN SCHUETZNER, 131 
Center Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



CANDACE SCHUH, 442 Beech Ave., Woodbury Hts., N.J.: BARBARA 
SCHULTZ, 125 Constitution Cir., Clairton, Pa.; SUSAN SHUMATE, 1111 
Henry St., Princeton, W. Va.; DENNIS SCHRADER, 713 Mayflower Dr., 
Charleston. W. Va. 



JOSEPH SCHUPBACK, 715 4th St., New Martinsville, W. Va.: IVAN 
SCHWAB, 169 Main St., Kingwood, W. Va.; CHESTER SCHWER, 238 
Walnut, Morgantown, W. Va.; LINDA MARIE SEBELIA, 305 Hawthorne, 
Canonsburg, Pa. 



WILLIAM SEMBELLO, 1502 W. Race. Martinsburg, W. Va.: DIANE 
SHARTSIS. 505 Imperial Towers. Charleston, W. Va.; PATRICIA SHAT- 
TING, 624 Douglas Ave., Elizabeth, Pa.; ILENE SHEFF, 531 Nancy St., 
Charleston, W. Va. 



PAUL SHOCKEY, Rt. 1. Box 140. Ravenswood. W. Va.; JENNIFER SHOE- 
MAKER, 3323 W. 5th Ave.. Belle, W. Va.; DARLENE SHOLTIS, Rt. 1, Box 
401, Belle Vernon, Pa.; REBECCA SHONK, 2907 Kanawha Ave., Charleston, 
W. Va. 



ROBERT SHORT. 133 Westwood Dr.. Beckley. W. Va.; HOWARD SHOUF- 
FLER, 602 Mountain Ave., Westfield, N.J.: STEPHANIE SHREVE, 203 Cen- 
tral St., Elkins, W. Va.; DAVID SHUMAN, 616 Churchill, Charleston, W. 
Va. 



MICHAEL SHUPPE. Brandonville, W. Va.: LOUIS SIEMINSKI, 47 Gil- 
lespie. SwoyersviUe. Pa.; ROBERT SILL, 4801 Oak Ridge Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
JENNIE SIMMERMAN, 1304 Whitethorn. Bluefield, W. Va. 



GEORGE SIMPSON, 352 N. 9th St., Indiana, Pa.: DAVID SKAFF, 614 
Montrose Dr., S. Charleston. W. Va.; LAWRENCE SKAGGS, 4206 Venable 
Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; GLORIA SLAYMAN, 120 Pinkerton Dr., Beaver, 
Pa. 



DON SIBOLD. Pickaway, W. Va.: CHERYL SMITH, 1200 McLane Dr., 
Fairmont. W. Va.; ETLEY SMITH, 119 E. High St., Kingwood, W. Va.; 
EUGENE SMITH, 2613 Murdoch Ave., Parkersburg. W. Va. 



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NANCY SMITH, 911 Coleman Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; RANDOLPH 
SMITH, 220 Camden St., Morgantown, W. Va.; REBECCA SMITH, 17-126 
St Chesapeake, W. Va.; SANDRA SMITH, 609 Church St., Mullens, W. Va. 



THOMAS SMUSZ, 434 Indiana, Chester, W. Va.; DAVID SNODGRASS, 
3601 Riverview Dr., Weirton, W. Va.; WILLIAM SOBRAY, 2400 Hess Ave., 
Wheeling, W. Va.; B, DIANE SOMIAK, 4815 Lougean Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



FRANK SOUK, 702 Broad, Mount Hope, W. Va.; SAMUEL SPADAFORE 
JR 1102 Country Club Rd., Fairmont, W. Va.; MARY ANN SP ANGLER, 
412 Jones St., Wheeling, W. Va.; DIANE SPARKS, Box 258, Indian Head, 
Pa. 



MICHAEL SPIKER, 418 Main St., Pennsboro, W. Va.; GAROLD 
SPINDLER, 804 S. Hills Dr., Morgantown, W. Va,; REBECCA SPINDLER, 
804 So. Hills Dr., Morgantown, W. Va.; GEORGE SPRUCE, 2927 Chester- 
field Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



JUDITH SQUIRES, 5224 Chippewa PI., Alexandria. Va.; J. WILLIAM 
STRIDER. 311 S. Mildred St.. Charles Town, W. Va.; ALTON STRONG, Rt. 
2, Box 1-A, Strongstown, Pa.; JEAN STALLINGS, 14 Brookfield Rd., Pasa- 
dena, Md. 



JOHN STANSBURY, 806 Montrose Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va.; ANNE 
STAPELFELD, Rt. 2, Duncansville, Pa.; THOMAS STEALEY, 304 Stealey 
Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; RANDOLPH STENGER, 22 Amherst Rd., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 



DONALD STEPHENS. Rockcastle. W. Va.; MARIE STEVENS, 205 S. Madi- 
son, La Grange. III.; THOMAS STEVENSON. 53 Graham. Leechburg. Pa.; 
LEONARD STEWARD, 2220 Toledo St., Bluefield, W. Va. 



CAROL STEWART. 159 22nd St.. Wellsburg. W. Va.; JAMES STEWART, 
1108 Montrose Dr., S. Charieston. W. Va.; JAMES STEWART, 309 Riverside 
Dr., Madison, W. Va.; RODNEY STEWART, 304 Windwood, Charleston, W. 

Va. 



HARRY STOCK. Rt. 1, Archer Hgts.. W. Va.; THOMAS STOVER, Box 44, 
Pughtown, W. Va.; JAMES STRADER, Box 266, Cairo, W. Va.; LONNIE 
STRINGER, 741 Bays Dr.. Charleston. W. Va. 



GEORGE STUCK. 512 Highland Ave.. S. Charleston, W. Va.: NANCY 
STUCKEY, 1629 Fairmont Ave.. Fairmont. W. Va.; ANN SWADLEY, Rt. 4, 
Box 22, Keyser, W. Va.; BRENDA SWAIM, 2606 Mt. Vernon Ave., Pt. Pleas- 
ant, W. Va. 



STEPHEN SWANK, Reedsville, W. Va.; CAROL SWARTZ, Box 300, Hick- 
ory, Pa.; RANDALL SWECKER, Cedar Lakes, Ripley, W. Va.; NANCY 
SWIGER, 610 Marion St., Clarksburg, W. Va. 








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STANARD SWIHART, 3 Park Drive, Fairmont, W. Va.; EDWARD 
SZEWCZYT, Atkinson Way, Boswell, Pa.; GAIL TANQUARY, 3206 Fairhill 
Dr., Washington 23. D.C.; MARY TARANTINO, 101 Ashcraft Ct., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 



JAMES TEAGUE, 2304 Fairfax Rd., S. Charieston, W. Va.; SCOTT TEETS, 
Eelon. W. Va.; SHARON TEETS, Amboy, W. Va.; MARY TEKIELI, Box 
4f, Rachel, W. Va. 













HOWARD TERRY, 30 Vrsvla Dr., Roslyn, N.Y.; TIMOTHY THALMAN, 
107 Alive Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; JOHN THOMAS, 400 W. Main St., Belle, 
W. Va.; KATHERINE THOMAS, Rt. 2, Leon, W. Va. 



ROBERT THOMAS. 1104 4th St.. New Martinsville. W. Va.; STUART 
THOMAS, 3515 Wiley Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; P. KENT THRUSH, 619 
Mulberry Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va.; LINDA TICHENOR, 593 South Pike, 
Shinnston, W. Va. 



THOMAS TINDER, 403 Sulgrave Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; BRENT TOOTH- 
MAN, 605 E. Inwood Dr.. Huntington, W. Va.; WILLIAM TOOTHMAN, Rt. 
2, Box 506, St. Albans, W. Va.; A. ROSS TUCKWILLER, 4308 Kanawha 
Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



ELLEN TUCKWILLER, Box 429, Lewisburg, W. Va.; BOYD TURNER, 406 
Jefferson, Glen Dale, W. Va.; ROBERT TURNER, 713 Forest Cr., S. 
Charleston. W. Va.; ANITA ULLUM, 1321-13th St., West Nitro, W. Va. 



DONALD ULZHEIMER, 425 Oak Ave., Woodbury Heights, N.J.; DANIEL 
VANDER WOUDE, 8 Cloverdale Rd., Clifton, N.J.; JOSEPH VAN 
VOORHIS, 145 Garfield Rd., Clarksburg, W. Va.; RICHARD VARLAS, 62 
Warwood Terrace. Wheeling, W. Va. 




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DENISE VELAS, 73-1 3th St., Wheeling. W. Va.; SALLY VEST, 16 Outlook, 
Fairmont, W. Va.; BOBBY VIERS, 2024 Third and Windsor. Radford, Va.; 
MICHAEL VINE, 1713 21st St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



GAIL VOGEL, 5428 Roanoke Ave., Alexandria, Va.; M. BRULE VUKO- 
SON, 1307 Meadow St., McKeesport, Pa.: CAROL VUKOVICH, Brownton, 
W. Va.; DOUGLAS WADE, Rt. 2. Box 12, Morgantown, W. Va. 



MICHAEL WAI.DRON, 1049 Sixth St.. Charleston, W. Va.; MICHAEL 
WALKER, 114 East Main. Ripley. W. Va.; THOMAS WALLER, 111 Central, 
Elkins, W. Va.; JAMES WANKO. 218 Vernon Ave., Belle Vernon, Pa. 



ROBERT WARD, 1356 Fenwick, Morgantown, W. Va.; REBECCA WARE, 
Rt I Box 216, Harricane. W. Va.; EUGENE WARNER, 101 West Riverview 
Dr.. Belle, W. Va.; RICHARD WARREN, Lewisburg, W. Va. 



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ELIZABETH WETZEL, West Union, W. Va.; DAVID WHITE, 214 

Harrison St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; ROBERT WHITE, 101 Wise Dr., 
Maiden, W. Va.; SUSAN WHITE, 127 McLain Ave., Wheeling, W. 
Va.; WILLIAM WttlTECOTTON, Box 644. Crab Orchard, W. Va. 



JAMES WHITELEY, II, 1148 S. Pittsburgh St., Connellsville, Pa.; 
HARRY WIDNEY, Frank, W. Va.; TIMOTHY WILFONY, Rt. 2, 
Box 242, Lisbon, Ohio; THOMAS WILKERSON, 158 Oakwood Rd., 
Charleston, W. Va.; DIANNE WILLIAMS, Box 25, Islamorada, Fla. 



JENNIFER WILLIAMS, 2903 Main St., Munhall, Pa.; MARILYN 
WILLS, 706 Carroll St., St. Albans, W. Va.; BEVERLY WILSON, 
1408 42nd St., Parkersburg, W. Va.; SANDRA WILSON, 14 Orchard 
Lane, Wheeling, W. Va.; STEVEN WILSON, Pine Grove, W. Va. 




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CHRISTINA WOOD, 454-D Jadwin. Loop Ft., Belvoir, Wheeling, 
W. Va.; GEORGE WOOD, 34 Orchard Dr., New Martinsville, W. 
Va.; JOSEPH WOOD, 19 Highland Hgts., Wheeling, W. Va.; ANN 
WOODARD, 1016 Valley Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; DAVID 
WOODS, Rt. 3, Cowen, W. Va. 



DAVID WRIGHT, Box 524, Weston, W. Va.; SUSAN WYSONG, 
638 S. 7th St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; GARMON YATES, 200 Main 
St.. Summersville, W. Va.; DAVID YENDRALL, 194 E. Cove Ave., 
Wheeling, W. Va.; GINGER YOAKUM, 10 Wood St., Ravenswood, 
W. Va. 



PAUL WATKINS, 2377 Saoory, Charleston, W. Va.; LYNN WAT- 
SON, 351 Natl. Rd., Triadelphia, W. Va.; EDWARD WAY- 
BRIGHT, Rt. 1, Box 317, Williamstown, W. Va.; RUSSELL 
WEAVER, Rt. 5, Grafton, W. Va.; DALE WEBNER, 122 Miller 
Rd., Kingwood, W. Va. 



PAMELA WEHNER, 102 Beverly St., Kingwood, W. Va.; LOR- 
RAINE WEINSTEIN, 12908 Bluehill Rd., Silver Springs, Md.; SU- 
SAN WEISE, 5403 Staunton Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; DANA 
WELLER, 129 E. John St., Martinsburg, W. Va.; SUSIE WELLS, 50 
Wilson Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. 




GWENDOLYN WINEMILLER, 717 Willey St., Morganstown. W. 
Va.; KAREN WINGFIELD, 1632 King St.. South Charleston, W. Va.; 
PAUL WINTER, 264 River Dr., Logan, W. Va.; SARAH WINTER, 
2308 Trenton Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.; CATHERINE WIRTZ, 301 
Parkway, Beckley, W. Va. 



LUCINDA WIRTZ. 219-221 N. Fayette, Beckley, W. Va.; PATRI- 
CIA WISEMAN, 1504 Dogwood Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; 
MICHAEL WITT, 1376 Overhill Rd., Fairmont, W. Va.; DIANE 
WOLFE, Rt. 1, Box 383, Fairmont, W. Va.; RICHARD WOLKO- 
VITS, 154 Barnsdale Rd., Clifton, N.J. 






JEFFREY YOUNG, 26-B Red Oak Land, Old Baidge, N.J.; 

NELDA YOUNG. Star Route, Summersville, W. Va.; LINDA 

ZAMPATTI, 118 Baird Ave., Monongahela, Pa.; CHRISTINE 
ZDILLA, 422 Page St., Monessen. Pa. 



WILLIAM ZICKEFOOSE, Rt. 1, Weirton, W. Va.; LINDA 
ZIELINSKL 1711 Grantwood Dr., Parma, Ohio; DAVID ZINN, 
Box 137, Reedsville, W. Va.; EUGENE ZUOLENSKY, 84 Clipper 
Ave., Edison, N.J. 







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JANE ABRUZZINO. I564-16th St., Huntington, W. Va.: DAVID 
ACKERMANN, 4245 Wood, Wheeling, W. Va.: STEPHEN 
ADAMS, 1 E. M Ave., Bridgeville, Delaware; PETER ADRIAN, 
1007 Labelle, Brilliand, Ohio; JAMES ALBERT, 914 MacQueen, St. 
Albans, W. Va. 



THOMAS ALBERTAZZIE, 3491 Collins Ferry Rd., Morgantown, 
W. Va.; FRANCES ALTMAN, 718 Helen Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; 
ROGER AMOS, Rt. 7, New Martinsville, W. Va.; JOHN ANDER- 
SON III, 2663 Riverside Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; LIBBY ANDER- 
SON, 5421 Washington Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 



VICKI ANDERSON, 631 Park Place, Pittsburgh, Pa.; PHILIP AN- 
NARELLA, 1519 W. Washington, New Castle, Penn.; HAROLD 
ARKIN, 60 Lane Ave., Caldwell, N.J.; HOWARD ARMSTRONG, 
1901 Charles, Wellsburg, W. Va.; STEWART ARMSTRONG, 448 
Highland Ave., Williamstown, W. Va. 



WAYNE ARMSTRONG, 110 Conewanta Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
JOHN ASH, 605 Northwestern, Beckley, W. Va.; CLARA ASH- 
CRAFT. Box 106, ReynoldsviUe, W. Va.; JEFFREY ASHWORTH, 
Box 397, Gauley Bridge, W. Va.; DAVID ASTON, 1511 Summit 
Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 



TERRY ATKINS, Charlton Heights, W. Va.; ROBERT AYERS, 
Forest Hill, Rt. I, Parkersburg, W. Va.; ELIZABETH BABCOCK, 
24 Outlook Rd., Fairmont, W. Va.; DIANE BABURA, 25 School 
St., Scottdale, Pa,; SHELIA BAILEY, 5219 Raven Dr., Charleston, 

W. Va. 



MARY BALIKER, 532 Kiwanis Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; JERRY 
BALL, 201 Moritz Ave., Grafton, W. Va.; JACK BARA, 123 North 
21st, Weirton, W. Va.; JOHN BARKER, 1562 Quarrier St., Charles- 
ton, W. Va.; DENNIS BASHAN, 25 Maple Ave., Wheeling, W. Va. 



CHARLES BEALL IH, 1312 Pleasant Ave., Wellsburg, W. Va.; 
JACK BEALS, 818 Smith St., Somerset, Pa.; DAVID BEAVER, Rt. 
2, Marion, Ohio; DONALD BECKER, 1913 Foley Ave., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va.; ELIZABETH BECKER, 1633 Crestmont Dr., Hunt- 
ington, W. Va. 



JOHN BEDDOW, 4735 Meadowgreen, Pittsburgh, Pa.; CAROL 

BENEKE, 1947 Deeatur, Wheeling, W. Va.; DIANE BENNETT, 

3524 Collins Ferry Rd., Morgantown, W. Va.; JACKIE BENNETT, 
1620Seeger Rd., Bridgeville, Pa. 



RONALD BERANEK, Rt. 2, Mount Pleasant, Pa.; JOSEPH 
BEYNON, 4 Klosterman's Ave., LaVale, Md.; MALINDA 
BINEGAR, Box 263, Rt. 1, Wilsonburg, W. Va.; JOHN BISHOP, 
Apt. 22, 2740 University Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; KITTY 
BLACK, 1423 National Rd., Wheeling, W. Va. 



RICHARD BLANKENSHIP, 103 West Bell Dr., Weirton, W. Va.; 
ELLEN BODDIE, 3-E. Terrace, Middletown, N.J.; TERRY BOG- 
GESS, Rt. 1, Kenna, W. Va.; ROBERT BONAR, 401 E. Main, 
Harrisville, W. Va.; KATHRYN BONASSO, 260 Clay St., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 



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ANTHONY BONIDY, 246 McCargo St.. New Kensington, Pa.; 
DOREEN BOONE, 611 Pittsburgh St., East McKeesport. Pa.; 
BRENDA BOOR, Cabins, W. Va., JAMES BOREN, 1810 Virginia 
St.. Moundsville, W. Va.; MICHAEL BOSLEY, 308 Hull, Beckley, 
W. Va. 



JOSEPH BOSTAPH, 216 Washington St., New Martinsville, W. Va.; 
TIMOTHY BOWE. 746 Chili Ave., Rochester. N.Y.; DENNIS 
BOWEN, Box 496, RD"#1. Daisytown, Pa.; JANE BOYLES, Box 
308, Caldwell, Ohio; ANN BRAWLEY, 1534 Bedford Rd., Charles- 
ton, W. Va. 



RONALD BRISCOE, 40611/2 40th, Nitro, W. Va.; MARILYN 
BRITVEC, 475 Christy St., Morgantown. W. Va.; HARRY 
BROOKOVER, 918 Chappell Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; ROGER 
BROOKS, 1393 Scott Blvd., Decatur, Ga.; ANDREW BROWN, 
Fola, W. Va. 



CYNTHIA BROWN, Rt. 3. Box 269, Mt. Pleasant. Pa.; EDWARD 
BROWN. Box 32, New Haven, W. Va.; LAWRENCE BROWN. 178 
Greenhill Dr.. Washington, Pa.; STEPHEN BROWN, 601 Hall St., 
Charleston, W. Va. 



ROBERT BRUNSCONE. 807 Wisteria Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va.; 
JOHN BUCHELL 26 Arch, Canonsbure. Pa.; GEARY BULLOCK. 
208 Church Ave.. Follansbee. W. Va.; THOMAS BURGESS, Box 
552, Oak Hill, W. Va. 



VIRGINIA BURKE. Sycamore St.. Elkins. W. Va.; NANCY 
BURNS. Flatwoods. W. Va.: CHRISTOPHER BURSKEY. Box 112. 
New Cumberland. W. Va.: PHYLLIS CALEBAUGH. Rt. 2. Eliza- 
beth. W. Va.: WILLIAM CALLAWAY, 611 N. Mountain Rd., Mt. 
Hope, W. Va. 



RONALD CALVERT. Rt. 1. Box 253. Fayetteville. W. Va.; 
DEBORAH CAPEN. 1411 Summit Lane. Charleston. W. Va.: 
JOHN CAPITO. 405 Sampson, Weirton. W. Va.: PAMELA CARR. 
1206 N. Walken St., Princeton, W. Va.: CHARLES CARSPECKEN, 
503 Roseman Ave., S. Charleston. W. Va. 



ROGER CARTER, Montcoal, W. Va.; ALBERT GARY JR., 
Greenbrier Dr., Hinton. W. Va.; DOLORES CASSELL, 862 Vine 
St.. St. Albans. W. Va.; ROGER CATLETT, 1210 W. Va. Ave., 
Martinsburg. W. Va. 



WILLIAM CATTRELL, 3901 Beaumont. Weirton, W. Va.; JONA- 
THAN CAVENOISH. 2002 Weberwood, Charleston. W. Va.; 
FRANK CERMINARA. 1052 Highland. Follansbee. W. Va.; 
ARLEN CHAFIN. 1009 W. Fifth St., Huntington, W. Va.: NANCY 
CHAPMAN. 161 14 St. F. Redington Bch.. Fla. 



MICHAEL CHIPLEY. 217 Winchester Ave.. Moorefield, W. Va.; 
MARY LOU CHRISTINA, Svcamore St.. New Eagle. Pa.; HAR- 
RIETTE CLARK, 37 Red Cloud. Ft. Rucker. Ala.: LINDA 
CLARK. 2226 Washington Ave.. St. Albans, W. Va.; VIRGINIA 
CLARK. 1335 Main. Wellsburg, W. Va. 



PAULA CLARKSON, Box 44, Cass, W. Va.: STEPHANIE 
CLAVAN, 835 Windsor Rd.. Cumberland. Md.: JACK CLOHAN 
JR.. 317 S. 111. Ave., Martinsbure, W. Va.: DELANA COCHRAN. 
149'/2 Fifth Ave., S. Charleston. W. Va.; CATHERINE COLAN, 
2935 Macon St., S. Charleston, W. Va. 












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JOSEPH COLEMAN, 24 Dorman Rd., Wheeling, W. Va.; NANCY 
COLEMAN, 407 Franklin Ave.. Vandergrift. Pa.; CLARENCE 
COMER. 219 Brookhaven Dr., Nitro, \V. Va.: GEORGETTE 
COMUNTZIS, 83 Grandview. Morgantown, W. Va.; CHRISTINE 
CONNELLY, 306 Church St., West Union, W. Va. 



ROBERT CONNERS. 498 Benwood Hill Rd.. Benwood. W. Va.: 
WILLIAM CONWAY, 434 Charles St., Wellsburg. W. Va.; JAMES 
COOK, Box 95, Pineville, W. Va.; ELAINE COOPER, Rt. 3, Sandy- 
lake, Pa. 



REG CORBETT, 22732 Lake, Rocky River, Ohio: TERRY COT- 
TLE. Box 214. Palestine. W. Va.: KATHRYN COTTRILL, Box 61. 
Glen Rogers, W. Va.; ALAN COX, 51 Highland Rd., Wheeling, W. 
Va.; CHARLES COX, Box 707, Ravenswood, W. Va. 



GERALDINE COX, 1238 Crescent Rd., Charleston. W. Va.; STEPHEN 
CRISLIP. Rt. 1, Box 304, Oak Hill, W. Va.; G. GLEN COMUNTZIS, 125 
Sherman Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; THOMAS CROUSE, Rt. 1, Box 201-B, 
Hurricane. W. Va. 



KENNETH CUDELUPPI, Rt. 2, Belle Vernon, Pa.; JEAN CULLEY, 10 
Lovell Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; JOAN CULLEY, 10 Lovell Dr., Charleston, 
W. Va. 









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CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, 216 Washington, Moundsville, W. Va.; CHRIS- 
TINE CYR, 6212 Greenley Blvd., Springfield, Va.; DIANNE DALZOT, 1257 
Sabraton Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; HARVEY DAUGHERTY, 155 Arm- 
strong, Romney, W. Va. 



JAMES D' AURORA, 1039 Jefferson St., FoUansbee, W. Va.; JAMES DAVIS, 
1214 Village Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va.; BUDDY DAY, 1817 N. Main, 
Washington, Pa.; DAVID DEAN, Rt. 6, Box 292, Charleston, W. Va. 



STEPHANIE DEAN, 456 Forest Circle, S. Charleston, W. Va.; KAREN 
DEANTONIO, Box 313, Marianna, Pa.; SUE pEHAVEN, 317 Porter Ave., 
Martinsburg, W. Va.; JOHN DELANEY, 313 Wagner Rd., Morgantown, W. 
Va. 



DANIEL DEMARCO, 1303 Buckeye, Connellsville, Pa.; TONEY DEMASI, 
Box 456, Rupert, W. Va.; BEVERLY DENNISON, 457-22nd St., Dunbar, W. 
Va.; JOHN DE?OLO, Rt. 2, Box 439, Clarksburg, W. Va. 



CANDITA DIBACCO, Brown St., Thomas, W. Va.; CHARLES DIBARTO- 
LOMEO. 3801 Hanlin Way, Weirton, W. Va.; DENNIS DIBENEDETTO, 
1737 Pierce St., Aliquippa, Pa.; PATRICIA DICKENSON, Rt. 1, Box 125, 
Philippi, W. Va. ■ 



JOE DIGGS, Center Sq. Rd.. Swedesboro, N.J.; THOMAS DIGIROLAMO, 
RD #2, Box 2210A, Blackwood, N.J.; JAMES DILLEY, 1025 2nd Ave., 
Marlinton, W. Va.; PATTY DILLS, 193 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. 



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THERESA DIMITRI. Hickory Hill, Somerset. Pa.: DEBORAH DINSMORE. 
97 Spruce Way. Uniontown. Pa.; WILLIAM DOBBS. 1508 Dogwood Rd.. 
Charleston, W. Va.; LARRI DONALDSON. 507 '/2 Buffalo Ave.. Fairmont, 
W. Va. 



ALICE DONLEY. 105 Vine St., Follansbee. W. Va.; DAVID DOUGLAS, 
8085 Patricia Dr., Pittsburgh. Pa.; HUGH DOUGLASS. 122 Northgate Dr.. 
New Martinsville, W. Va.; HARRY DUNCAN, 1020 Ridge, S. Charleston, W. 
Va. 



SARAH DUNN. Rt. 4. Box 101, Fairview Rd., Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.; 
RUDOLPH DURANTI. 302 Bedford St.. Ravenswood, W. Va.; KAREN 
EICHHOLTZ. 217 S. Clay St., Zelienople, Pa.; BELINDA ELKINS, 407 
Harrison St., Princeton, W. Va. 



DON ELLIOTT. 332 Kenmore St., Morgantown, W. Va.; CONNIE EL- 
MORE, Box 197, Oakvale, W. Va.; GAIL EROR, 210 Penna. Ave., Cumber- 
land, Md.; PATRICK ESPOSITO. Box 1022. Logan, W. Va. 



JOHNETTE EVANS. 112 Dexter Ave., Beckley. W. Va.; VALERIE EVANS, 
Rt. 1, Box 28-G, Weirton. W. Va.; GEORGE FAWBER. 341 Walton St.. 
Lemoyne, Pa.; JANE FEATHER. Chestnut Ridge Rd., Morgantown, W. Va. 



RONALD FEITS. Rd. 1. Mercer Rd., New Brighton. Pa.; PATRICIA FER- 
RELL. 221 Dwyer Lane, Lewisburg, W. Va.; M. JANE FETTY. 3808 Cypress, 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; SHIRLEY FISHER, 11 S. 7th St.. Youngwood, Pa. 



CHARLES FLEISCHER. 61 Griesmere St., Pittsburgh, Pa.; DAVID FLEM- 
ING, Box 5235, Vienna. W. Va.; SHARRY FLESHER. Box 215. New Haven, 
W. Va.; LINDA FLETCHER, 8717 Old Mt. Vernon Rd., Alexandria, Va. 



MARY FLYNN, 35 Romney Rd., Wheeling, W. Va.; LINDA FOE. Cass, W. 
Va.; SUSAN FOX, Blacksville, W. Va.; PAT FRAGILE, 115 Lancaster, 
Beckley, W. Va. 



GAIL FRANKLIN. 1521 4th, Moundsville. W. Va.; JANICE FRIEND. 659 
Maple Ave.. Grafton. W. Va.; MICHAEL FRINO, 5 Hallo St.. Edison. N.J.; 
KAREN FRITTS, Box 71, Gary, W. Va. 



MARTHA FULKS, Box 493, Alderson, W. Va.; RICHARD FUREY, 36 
South F St.. Keyser. W. Va.; FRANCIS GALL JR.. 4004 Noyes Ave., 
Charleston, W. Va.; STEVE GECEWICZ, 404 Fleming, Ravenswood, W. Va. 



CATHY GEORGE. 45 S. Cumberland St.. Waynesburg. Pa.; 
MARSHA GEORGE. Fairmont. W. Va.; MICHELLE GERMAN. 31 
Phillippi Ave., Uniontown. Pa.; ROSE GIANNI. 37 Main St., 
Netcong. N.J.; ANNE GIBSON. 716 East Green, Oakland. Md. 




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THOMAS GILPIN, Rt. 2, Box 216, Princeton, W. Va.; DAVID GIUSTI, 570 
Stratton St. Logan, W. Va.; MARGARET GLASS, 1510 Kanawha Ave., 
Dunbar, W. Va.; EVERETT GLOVER, Rt. 2, Box 11, Mannington, W. Va. 



PHILIP GOODWIN, 218 First St., Weston, W. Va.; SARABETH GOOD- 
WIN, 612 Country Club Rd., Fairmont, W. Va.; GREGG GORMAN, 1579 
Nottingham Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; ANTHONY GRECO, 815 Homewood 
Dr., Riverton, New Jersey. 





DANIEL GRIFFIN, 126 Garfield Rd., Clarksburg, W. Va.; MARGARET 
GRIMMETT, 1004 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; CLAUDIA 
GRUESER, Box 629, Pomeroy, Ohio; DONNA GROVES, 3728 Crede Dr.. 
Charleston, W. Va. 



DARRELL GRYSKO, 3832 Marlamont, Weirton, W. Va.; BARBARA GUM, 
464 Hillview Dr., Morgantown, W. Va.; SUSAN GWINN, Box 224, Clen- 
denin, W. Va.; KATHERINE HAGER, 4 Park Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 



JON HALL, 2008 Jefferson, Bluefield. W. Va.; MARY HAMILL, Box 963, 
Steamboat Springs, Colorado; CORA HAMILTON, 4748 Child Dr., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; CLENNA HAMILTON, Club Crest Rd., Fairmont, W. Va. 



PATRICIA HAMILTON, 1207 Union Ave., Natrona Hgts., Pa.; LINDA 
HAMMACK, RD #2, Flemington. W. Va.; DEAN HAMMOND, 964 VaHey 
View, Morgantown, W. Va.; RONALD HANLAN, 435 So. 3rd St., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 



FRANCES HARDMAN, Billings Rd., Spencer, W. Va.; ROBERT HARDY, 
Box 241, Smithers, W. Va.; GARY HARKIN, 110 Wyngate Dr., Coraopolis, 
Pa.; DEBORAH HARNISH, 5108 Ampthill Dr., Alexandria, Va. 



DOROTHY HARRISH, RD #3. Box 134T, Cumberland, Md.; BARBARA 
HARTLEY, 513 E. Marble St., Mechanicsburg, Pa.; ROBERT HARTMAN, 
878 S. Wash St., St. Albans, W. Va.; KEITH HATFIELD, Rt. 2, Box 16, 
Harrisville, W. Va. 



ANNE HAWKINS, Bridgeport, W. Va.; SUE HAWKINS, 1151 Village Way, 
Fairmont, W. Va.; GRACE HAYES, 1004 32nd., Vienna, W. Va.; SUELLEN 
HEADLEE, Shepherd Grade Rd., Shepherdstown, W. Va. 



MARY HENNEN, 704 Sixth St., Charleston, W. Va.; GEORGE HENSHAW, 
Rt. 2. Box 425, Midlethian, Va.; JAMES HERNDON. 808 Sweet Acres Dr., 
St. Albans, W. Va.; JAMES HERRINGTON II, Rt. 3, Box 69, Bridgeport, W. 
Va. 



JOHN HIGH, 1134 Village Way, Fairmont, W. Va.; SUZANNE HILES, 13 
Walnut Ave.. Wheeling, W. Va.; KATHERINE HILL, 1214 Grosship Ave., 
Dunbar, W. Va.; JORENE HILTON, 3107 Virginia Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 




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MICHAEL HISE, Box 788, Logan, W. Va.: PAMELA HOGAN, 108 West- 
wood Dr., Beckley, W. Va.: JOANN HOLT, Box 84, Confluence, Pa.; 
JENNIE HOLZ, 1517 Connell Rd., Charleston W. Va. 



ROGER HONSAKER. 200 W. South St.. Carmichaels, Pa.: JAMES HOFF, 
30 Oak Park. Wheeling, W. Va.: THOMAS HOPKINS, 531 Peter St., Wil- 
liamson, W. Va.: GAYLE HORAK, 110 N. Diamond St., Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 



WAYNE HOUSER, 813 Elmore Ave., Charleston, W. Va.: DAVID HOW- 
ARD, The Mill, Rt. 2, Charleston, W. Va.: KAREN HUDSON, 2510 Riley 
Hill Rd., Wheeling, W. Va.; CAROL HUFFMAN, 2110 Geamy Rd., So 
Charleston. W. Va. 



HOLLY HUGHES, 302 Woodland Way, Romney, W. Va.; SUE HUGHES, 
Rt. 1, Box 72, Farmington. W. Va.: MARY HUMPHREYS, 2702 Edwards 
Circle, Dunbar, W. Va.; BARBARA HUNT, 5035 S. George St., Charleston, 
W. Va. 



MAUREEN HUTCHISON, 94 Pleasant View Dr., Wayne, N.J.: CHARLES 
JACO. 44 W. Moln St., Richwood, W. Va.: KENNETH JACQUOT, 8003 
Frye Rd., Alexandria, Va.; KENNETH JAMES, Rt #1, Overlook Dr., Weir- 
ton, W. Va. 




JOSEPH JAQJAY, 716 4th St.. Montgomery, W. Va.: HOLLIS JELLINEK, 
30 Boyd St.. Elkins, W. Va.; BERNICE JOHN, 217 High, Kingwood, W. Va.; 
SADIE JOHN, Natl Pike West, Uniontown, Pa. 



NANCY JOHNSON, 813 27th St., Vienna, W. Va.: MARY JOHNSTON, Box 
33, Roderfield, W. Va.: BETTY JONES. 225 Navajo Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
SHARON JONES, 1302 Peacock Lane, Fairmont, W. Va. 



THOMAS JONES, 118 Mahood Ave., Princeton, W. Va.; MICHELE 
JOSEPH. RD #1. Box 4f''9. Connellsville, Pa.; WILLIAM JOSEPH, 120 Euclid, 
Wheeling, W. Va.; ALLEN KAHLE, 1096 Valley View Ave., Wheeling, W. 
Va. 



THERESA KAPPEL, 730 Fifth St., New Martinsville, W. Va.; ROGER 
KARN, 905 Green Vallev Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; DAVID KASUBA, 316, 
Sycamore, Pa.; BRUCE KEAGY, 320 Frazler Dr., New Castle, Pa. 









STEPHEN KEEN, Newton, W. Va.; PATRICIA KEESECKER, RD #2, Box 
84BB, Martinsburg, W. Va.; ROY KEMP, Orchard St., Mullens, W. Va.; 
MARTIN KENDRICK, 201 College Ave., Princeton, W. Va. 



JAMES KESSEL, 127 Fairview Dr., R-ipley, W. Va.; CONNIE KIBBEE. 1012 
51st St., Vienna, W. Va.; SUSAN KILLEEN, 3439 Piedmont Rd., Huntington, 
W. Va,; KURT KINNEY, 1605 Kanawha Terrace, St. Albans, W. Va. 



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SUZANNE KIRSCHNER. 316 Fifth St.. West Newton, Pa.; GAIL RISER, 
101 S. 3rd Ave., Clarion, Pa.; JOHN KLUG, Peters Run Rd., Wheeling, W. 
Va.: LAWRENCE KUSHNIR, 913 Wool St.. Duquesne, Pa. 



SAM KYLE, Box 56, Maple Lake, Bridgeport, W. Va.; DAVID LAKE. 859 
So. Walnut St., Albans. W. Va.; GLEN LAMBERT, 135 A St., Ceredo, W. 
Va.; BRENDA LANGFITT, 1120 Lynn, Parkersburg, W. Va. 



WILLIAM LANHAM, 519 Davis Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.; ARTHUR 
LASTORIA, 122 Gibson. Weirton. W. Va.; RUTH LATIMORE, RD #2. 
Sweeney Plan, Belle Vernon, Pa.; LYNN LAVENDISH, 1302 New Castle St., 
Charleston, W. Va. 



JOHN LAW, 37 Woodland Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; MARIE LEACH, 2118 
Holswade Dr., Huntington, W. Va.; GENE LEE, RD #2, Waynesburg, Pa.; 
PAULA LEEDY, 3500 57th Ave., Hyattsville, Md. 



ROBERT LEIGH, Rt. 1, Buckhannon, W. Va.; HIRAM LEWIS, 76 Cornell 
Ave., Welch, W. Va.; STEPHEN LEWIS, Huntington, W. Va.; SUSAN LIM- 
PERT. 757 Stout, Bridgeport, W. Va. 



LINDA LINK. RD #2, Kearneysville, W. Va.; DANNY LINKOUS, 703 Pk. 
Ter., Box 141, Holden, W. Va.; JACK LIPPHARDT, 9 Woods Dr., Wheeling, 
W. Va.; SUSAN LOCKHART. Burning Springs, W. Va. 



BRENDA LOMBARDO. Box 488, Kimball, W. Va.; JOSEPH LUCHINL 716 

S. Kanawha St., Beckley, W. Va.; MICHAEL LUKOWSKL 3005 Ridgeview 
Dr., So Charleston, W. Va.; MARSHALL LYALL, 1130 Prairie, Glenview, 
111. 



MARCIA LYKINS. 1226 Oak St.. Kenova. W. Va.; WILLIAM LYONS. 2513 
Wash. Ave.. St. Albans, W. Va.; ROBERT MacARTHUR. 211 Central Ave., 
Logan, W. Va.; MARSHA MacDONALD, Box 1, RD #1, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 



MARY MADDY, Rt. 66, Box 266. Daniels. W. Va.; NANCY MAGOUN, 
1329 Park Ave., Nitro, W. Va.; JAMES MAHAFFEY. Rt. 3, Parkersburg. W. 
Va.; MARK MALLARE. 93 Falconer St., Jamestown, N.Y. 



PAUL MALLORY, 1060 Highland Dr., St. Albans, W. Va.; JOHN MAL- 
LOY. 2615 Fairview Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va.; JOHN MANDOPOULOS, 
105 Bridge St., Logan, W. Va.; RICHARD MARTIK, RD# Airport Rd., 
Finleyville, Pa. 



JANET MARTIN, 1526 5th St.. Moundsville. W. Va.; JOHN MARTIN, 501 
Orchard St., Webster Springs, W. Va.; PEGGY MATTINGLY, Box 21, Wil- 
low Island. W. Va.; ED MAUNZ, 609 Stanley Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va. 



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JAMES MAVROLEON, 39 Kiawah Ave., Freehold, N.J.; TERRY MAY- 
HUGH, 19 N. 4th St., Clairlon, Pa.; KRISTINE MAZZA, 1045 E. Pike St., 
Shinnston, W. Va.; DAVID McCANDLESS, 135 Arden Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



LYNN McCAULEY, Rt. 4, Elizabeth, W. Va.; CINDY McCLURE, 131 
Emerald Rd., Charleston, W. Va.; KATHLEEN McCONNELL, 419 Green 
Hill Rd., Smoke Rise, N,J.; MARY McCONNELL, 414 Crane Ave., Terra 
Alta, W. Va. 



MICHAEL McGLOTHLIN, Box 432, Princeton, W. Va.; DAVID McIN- 
TIRE, 508 S. Pittsburg, Pa.; MARILYN McINTYRE, 124 Wood St., Western- 
port, Md.; BRADLEY McMATH, 1811 Avery St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



ROBERT McNABB, 4110 Lancaster Ave., Charleston, W. Va.; PAUL Mc- 
NEELY, 1995 National Pike, Washington, Pa.; RONALD MEES, 812 D. 
Ave., Coronado, Calif.; MICHAEL METZ, 8520 Moody Rd., Louisville, Ky. 



JOE MIHALOVICH, 531 McMechen St., Benwood, W. Va.: RALPH MIL- 
LER, 5111 Morninerise Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; TONYA MILLER, 201 Whg. 
Ave., Glen Dale, W. Va.; WILLIAM MILLER, 461 Highland Ave., Oak Hill, 
W. Va. 



DAVID MILNE, 1219 Cocker Dr., Bethel Park, Pa.; SUSAN MILOM, 835 
Glendale Ave., So. Charleston, W. Va.; DOUGLAS MOLNAR, 139 Locust 
Lane, Follansbee, W. Va. 



CHERYL MONROE, 2621 Jefferson Ave., Point Pleasant, W. Va.; SANDRA 
MONTGOMERY, 9 Walnut Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; CAROL MOOD, RD 
#1, Belle Vernon, Pa.; BARBARA MOORE, 145 W. Riverview Dr., Belle, W. 

Va. 



JOHN MOORE, 1614 Ridgeview Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; NANCY MOORE, 
421 James St., Bridgeport, W. Va.; NOLA MOORE, 915 W. Second St., 
Charleston, W. Va.; RICHARD MORRIS, Grantsville, W. Va. 



DONALD MOSSGROVE, 220 White Bell Circle, Wellsburg, W. Va.; 
MICHAEL MURRHY, 2602 Moyston, Wheeling, W. Va.; RANDY MYERS, 
Wick, W. Va.; VIRGINIA MYERS, RD #1, Sistersville, W. Va. 



SHIRLEY NASSER, 239-11 Ave., Huntington, W. Va.; JOHN NEAL, 50 
Oakwood Rd., Huntington, W. Va.; BEVERLY NELSON, Rt. 1, Box 193C, 
Ridgeley, W. Va.; RANDOLPH NEWLAND, 401 E. McDonald Ave., Man, 
W. Va. 



MARY NEWMEYER, 3510 Foster Rd., McKeesport, Pa.; WILLIAM NICH- 
OLAS, 5906 North 5th Rd., Arlington, Va.; ADDISON NICHOLSON, 3010 
10th Ave., Vienna, W. Va.; MARY NORDSTROM, V.A. Hospital, Marlin, 
Texas. 




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DIANA NORTHUP, 1125 Van Voorhis Rd., Morgantown, W. Va.; SUE 
NORTON, 401 Wills Rd., Connellsville. Pa.; CHARLES OLENIK, 1407 
Cambria Ave., Windier, Pa.; ANDREW ONDREI, 3344 Comanche Rd., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 



RUBY OPACIC, 3218 Jane, Pittsburgh, Pa.; THOMAS ORNDORFF, 206 
Battle St., Vienna, Va.; CRAIG OSTRYE, 1716 Washington Ave., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va.: ANNA OTT, Box 274, Moorefield, W. Va. 




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ROBERT PAGE, 604 13th Ave., Vienna, W. Va.; ANTHONY PARENTO, 

314 Garfield St., McMechen, W. Va.; SUE ANN PAULEY, 6414 McCorkle 
Ave., St. Albans, W. Va.; TED PAYNE, 105 N. Fayette, Mt. Hope, W. Va. 



BEVERLY PECK, Cliff Trail. Kinnelon. N.J.; WILLIAM PEERY, 429 City 
Ave., Beckley, W. Va.; SHERRAN PENCE, 122 Morningside Circle, Parkers- 
burg, W. Va.; KATHLEEN PETRANEK, 9821 Rosensteel Ave., Silver Spring, 
Md. 



WILLIAM PETROPLUS. Park Place, Wheeling, W. Va.; PAT PETROSKY, 
124 Koslasky Ave., Belle Vernon. Pa.; RONALD PETTIT, 904 Morton, 
Moundsville, W. Va.; RONALD PICKENS, 210 N. Wabash St., Wheeling, 
W. Va. 



DONNA PIGNATORE, 262 Alps Rd., Wayne, N.J.; RONALD PINCHOK, 
415 Elwyn Ave., Springdale, Pa.; ANGELA PIZATELLA, 917 Virginia Ave., 
Fairmont, W. Va.; DENNIS PLUMLEY, Pineville, W. Va. 



RONALD POBOLISH, Liberty, Dillonvale, Ohio; WILLIAM POE, Route 3, 
Fairmont, W. Va.; CAROL PORTER, 720 Garden St., Charleston, W. Va.; 
WAYNE PORTER, 25A Magnolia PI., Pittsburgh, Pa. 





KENNETH POTTER, 154 June, Weirton, W. Va.; JANE POULICOS, 106 
Wood St., Clarksburg, W. Va.; BASIL PUGH, Hocker Valley, W. Va.; 
PHYLLIS RALSTON, 601 Clay. Ronceverte. W. Va. 



LINDA RAWE, 783 Fifth St., New Martinsville, W. Va.; LINDA RECTOR, 
Box 73, Clarksburg, W. Va.; ROBERT RECTOR, Box 66B, Bridgeport, W. 
Va.; THOMAS REEDER, 538 Hillcrest Cir.. Bridgeport, W. Va. 



JAMES REESE, 62 Maple Ave., Keyser, W. Va.; RICHARD REPAIRE, 1045 
First Ave., Montgomery, W. Va.; GREGORY REYNOLDS. 605 Mace St., 
Greensburg, Pa.; DOUGLAS RHODES, Rt. 2, Tunnelton, W. Va. 



SALLY RICH, 463 Hillview Dr., Morgantown, W. Va.; WILLIAM RICH- 
ARDS, 1810 Woodmont Ave., Arnold, Pa.; DIANE RICHARDSON. 1221 
Peacock Lane, Fairmont, W. Va.; JOHN RICHMOND, 121 Granville, Beck- 
ley, W. Va. 



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ROBERT RICHMOND, 213 Poplar Ave., Moundsville, W. Va.; THOMAS 
RICKMAN, 206 Poplar Ave., Moundsville, W. Va.; WILLIAM RIDGWAY, 
106 Maple Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.; CAROLYN RIFFEE, 4570 Woodrums 
Lane, Charleston, W. Va. 



BARBARA RIGGLE, 1702 Massey Cir., Charleston, W. Va.; LAWRENCE 
ROBERTS, 1208'/2 Homer St., Charleston, W. Va.; THOMAS ROBINETTE, 
1026 Cumberland Rd., Bluefield, W. Va.; JOSEPH ROCCHIO, 286 School 
St., Weirton, W. Va. 



LISA ROSE, 810 8th St., Fairmont, W. Va.; DEBORAH ROSENBAUM, 496 
Kiwanis, Morgantown, W. Va.; RONALD ROUP, 293 Tara Dr., Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; CHARLENE ROUSE, Box 655, Grindstone, Pa. 



JACQUELYN ROUSH, 324 Hancock Ave., Vandergrist, Pa.; BECKY RUM- 
BLE, 108 Meigs, Clarksburg, W. Va.; MILDRED RUSSELL, 435 Gap View 
Dr., Charleston, W. Va.; RUTH RUSSELL, 2165 N. 21st St., Nitro, W. Va. 



JEFFREY SAGLE, R-1, Kearneysville, W. Va.; KAREN SANDERS, 112 
Jackson, Morgantown, W. Va.; SHARON SARGENT, 70 Joan St., Wheeling, 
W. Va.; CHARLENE SATTERFIELD, Box 21, Fairmont, W. Va. 





ROYCE SAVILLE, Box 166, Romney, W. Va.; ANNA SCENNA, 3150 
Penna. Ave., Weirton, W. Va.; JOHN SCHABINGER, Middleton, Del.; WIL- 
LIAM SCHETZEL, 1625 Hoffman Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va. 



ELVERA SCHIVLEY, 1342 Armstrong Dr., Monongahela, Pa.; GARY 
SCHNACKE, Rt. 1, Proctor, W. Va.; LEWIS SCHOOLES, RD #1, Burgeshs- 
town. Pa,; CHARLOTTE SCOTT, Box 98, Williamson, W. Va. 



ROBERT SCOTT, 1411 Fourth St., Monongahela, Pa,; DAVID SEARS, 14 
Pine St., Petersburg, W. Va.; KATHRYN SEAVER, 1212 N. Walker, Prince- 
ton, W. Va.; JOSEPH SECOND, Box 69, Clarksburg, W. Va. 



WADE SHARP, 1 Grosscup, Charleston, W. Va; ROBERT SHEAN, 1487 
Lakeside Dr., Wantagh, N.Y.; M. NORABELLE SHUMAN, 523 S. George 
St., Charles Town, W. Va.; PHILIP SHUMAN, 604 Preston Rd., Morgan- 
town, W. Va. 




EDWARD SILVERIO, 568 Negley Ave., Turtle Creek, Pa.; ROY SITES, 
113 Pine St., Petersburg, W. Va.; DAVID SKIDMORE, 2209 Hemlock Hill, 
Bluefield, W, Va.; WAYNE SLATER, 41 Woodland Pk., Parkersburg, W. Va. 



BARBARA SMITH, 901 W. Crawford St., Ebensburg, Pa.; JACQUELYN 
SMITH, 301 13th, Glen Dale, W. Va.; JAMES SMITH, 35 N. Warren St., 
Woodbury, N.J.; JENNIFER SMITH, 123 Swarthmore Ave., Charleston, W. 
Va. 







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MARK SMITH, W. River. Fulton, N.Y.: STEPHANIE SMOLESKI, 137 
Hudson Ave., Weirton, W. Va.; DEBORAH SMYTH, Box 104, Morgantown, 
W. Va.-. TERRY SNIVELY. 87 Mellott. Powhatan Point, Ohio. 



LINDA SNODGRASS, 3601 Riverview Dr., Weirton, W. Va.: CHARLES 
SNYDER. 210 E. Greene. Waynesburc. Pa.: KATHERINE SPEARS, Pine- 
crest. Elkins, W. Va.: JOHN SPIKER, Box 766, Weston, W. Va. 




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SUSAN SPIKER, 5906 So. 1st St., Arlington, Va.: SUSIE STAGGERS, Box 
906, Keyser, W. Va.: GRANT STANDIFORD. 1001 Bruce St., Washington, 
Pa.: BARBARA STANLEY, Box 227, Cedar Grove, W. Va. 



WILLIAM STAPLES, 207 Jackson Ave., Summersville, W. Va.: CHARLES 
STASKO. 1909 Camblia Ave., Windher, Pa.: LINDA STENGER, 3544 Col- 
lins Ferry Rd., Morgantown, W. Va.: KAREN STEPKO, 907 Old Hills Rd., 
McKeesport, Pa. 



SALLY STEPTOE, Shavers Lane, Martinsbura, W. Va.: ROBERT STIER. 5 
Birchwood Terr., Wayne, N.J.: PATRICIA STOCKDALE, 504 Grand St., 
Morgantown, W. Va.; VIRGINIA STONE, 533 Ridgewood Rd., Huntington, 
W. Va. 



SUELLEN STOVER, 316 Sunset Dr., Cumberland, Md.: CLAUDE STRICK, 
2 Druid PI., Charleston, W. Va.: LINDA STUART, 713 James St., Bridge- 
port, W. Va.: FRANK STULTZ, 1307 7th St., Moundsville, W, Va. 



WILLIAM SULLIVAN, 19 Clinton Dr., Uniontown, Pa.: PATTI 
SUMMERS, Box 82, Catawba, W. Va.: WILLIAM SWAiN, 1805 
Duquesne St., McKeesport, Pa.: ANNE SYDNAR, Box 61, Oak Hill, 
W. Va.; VICTORIA TARANTINO, 101 Ashcraft Ct., Clarksburg, 
W. Va. 



THOMAS TAROWSKY, 3922 Brightway, Weirton, W. Va.: FRED TATTER- 
SALL, 18 Lance Drive, Charleston, W. Va.: WILLIAM TATTERSON, 2010 
Maxwell Rd., Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.; ROBERT TAUBERT, Box 12, Ripley, W. 
Va. 



WILLIAM TAYLOR, John St., Martinsburg, W. Va.; 
Cherry Hill, Wheeling, W. Va.: KAREN THOMAS, 
ROBERT THOMAS, Heynwood, Charleston, W. Va. 



ROBERT THOMAN, 

Kopperston, W. Va.; 



BRAD THOMPSON, Echo Terr., Wheeling, W. Va.: DAVID THORNBURY. 
4lh St., Belle, W. Va.: BILL TIERNAN. Granada Way, Charleston, W. Va.; 
CAROL TISSUE, 612 Edgehill Dr., St. Albans, W. Va. 



LINDA TRESINO, Morningside Ave., Parkersburg. W. Va.; SALVATORE 
TROMANDA, 360 Clinton PI., Newark, N.J.; BARBARA T.SOUCARIS, 
Washington St.. Masontown, Pa.: LARRY TUCCI, 107 White Park Dr., 
Weirton, W. Va. 




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NORMA TURPACK, Park Ave.. Belle Vernon. Pa.; STEPHANIE 
TWARDOSKI, Water St.. Benwood, W. Va.; BARBARA TYSON, 
Box 300, Logan, W. Va.; SALLY ULLUM, So. Fort Dr., Charleston, 
W. Va.; MARK VALENTINE, 300 High St., Harrisville, W. Va. 



GARY VEST, Linthicum Lane, Linthicum, Md.; CAROLYN VICK, 
College Ave., Bluefield, W. Va.; DONALD VORBACH, Endler 
Ave.. Romney. W. Va.; MARY LOU WALKER. 7th Ave.. Charles- 
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FRANK J. GAVLAS, M.D. 
WILLIAM H. GAY 
STEVE J. GECEWICZ 
MR. & MRS. JOHN T. GELDER JR. 
LOUIS GELLER ^„^, 

MR. & MRS. DONALD G. GENTRY 
MR. & MRS. BENEDICT J. GENUA 
MR. & MRS. JOHN N. GEORGE JR. 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM H. GEPPERT 



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JOSEPH V. GERLACK 

MR. & MRS. EMILE L GERMAIN 

MR & MRS. MICHAEL J. GERMAK SR. 

JOSEPH GHERARDI 

DR. & MRS. A. R. GIANNI 

MR & MRS. SPIROS GIANOUTSOS 

MR. & MRS. ADAM J. GIBAS 

MR. & MRS. EARL R. GIBBS 

MR. & MRS, AUSTIN R. GIBLIN 

MR. & MRS. WNL B. GIBSON 

THE H. R. GIBSONS 

MR. & MRS. JOE GIES 

MR & MRS. A. M. GILBERT 

MR. & MRS. C. RUSSELL GILCHRIST 

MR. & MRS. G. H. GILLESPIE 

MR. & MRS. JAMES A. GILLESPIE 

MRS. H. M. GINGRICH 

MR & MRS. ROBERT J. CISSY 

CHARLES E. GLENN 

MR & MRS. EVERETT W. GLOVER 

MR. & MRS. I. J. GLOVER 

MR & MRS. DELBERT GNEGY 

MR. & MRS. SIDNEY E. GOAD 

ROY GODFREY JR. 

MR. & MRS. W. B. GOFF 

DR. & MRS. HOSSEIN GOUI 

C. LESLIE GOLLIDAY 

MR. & MRS. HARRY I. GOMMOLL 

MR. & MRS. STEVE GONDA 

MR & MRS. BERNARD I. GONDER 

MR. & MRS. C. G. GOOCH 

RONALD L. GOODMAN SR. 

TRUMAN E. GORE 

MR. & MRS. LaROY E. GORMAN 

MR. & MRS. JAMES E. GOSHORN 

DR. & MRS. PAUL V. GRAHAM 

MR. & MRS. ALFRED GRAMPA 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT L. GRASS 

MR. & MRS. A. J. GRAY SR. 

RAY E. GRAY 

MRS. MARTHA H. GRAYBILL 

DR. & MRS. RAY S. GRECO 

MR. & MRS. FRANK T. GREGG 

MR & MRS. BERNARD G. GREEN 

MR. FRANKLYN GREEN 

MRS. GEORGE W. GREEN 

MARTIN GREEN M.D. 

MRS. HAROLD D. GREGORY 

MR & MRS. WILLIAM S. GRIBBIN 

MRS. RUTH J. GRIFFIN 

WALTER & EMILY GRIFFITH 

FRANK GRISNIK JR. 

MR. & MRS. RUSSELL H. GRONKO 

WARREN B. GROVES 

MR. & MRS. VINCENT GUANDOLO 

MR. & MRS. MOSES GUIBBORY 

MR. & MRS. FRANK R. GUIDIDAS 

WILLIAM P. GULLIFORD 

MRS. BETTY GUM 

MR. & MRS. NOLAN D. GUNTER SR. 

MR. & MRS. DOUGLAS M. GUTH 

DOROTHY K. GUTHRIE 

MR. & MRS. FRANK A. GUZZI 

MR. & MRS. JAMES T. GWILLIAM 

MR. & MRS. J. A. GWINN JR. 

MR. & MRS. EARL HADDOCK 

DR. & MRS. I. E. HAGADORN 

MR. & MRS. HARRY E. HAGUE 

MR. & MRS. J. R. HAINES 

MR. & MRS. JAMES L. HAINES 

MR. & MRS. ANDREW HALAPY 

MR. & MRS. EDWIN J. HALE 

MR. & MRS. STERLING HALL 

WALTER HALL 

JOSEPH E. HALL. M.D. 

MR. & MRS. JOHN R. HALLIDAY 

W. C. HAM 

MR. & MRS. W. J. HAMEL 

MR. & MRS. A. J. HAMILTON 

MR. & MRS. JAMES E. HAMMACK 

MR. & MRS. E. PRICE HAMPSON 

MR. & MRS. MICHAEL J. HAMROCK 

MR. & MRS. HERBERT H. HANLAN 

MR. & MRS. DANIEL F. HANLEY 

MR. & MRS. CLARENCE HANSEN 

MR. & MRS. E. M. HANSFORD 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD D. HANUSEY 

DR. & MRS. C. J. HARDAR 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. ROBINSON 

MR. & MRS. VICTOR H. HARDMAN 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR HARFORD 

MRS. ROY C. HARGETT 

I. L. HARK 

MR. & MRS. HARRY B. HARKER JR. 

MR. & MRS. JOHN HARKIN 

FRED F. HARLESS 



MR. & MRS. JOSEPH W. HARMAN 

ROBERT J. HARMAN 
D. N. HARNISH JR 

MILTON B. HARPER 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM W. HARPER 

MR. & MRS. H. M. HARR 

MR & MRS. HARRY H. HARRINGTON 

MR & MRS. W. W. HARRINGTON 

GROVER HARRIS 

MR. JOHN HARRIS 

MR. & MRS. DONALD R. HART 

MR & MRS. CLARK C. HARTMAN 

MR. & MRS. W. W. HARTMAN 

MR. & MRS. WALTER A. 
HASSENPFLUG 

MICHAEL HATALA 

MR ABOLGHASSEM HATAMI 

DR. & MRS. ASEL P. HATFIELD 

MRS. E. L. HATFIELD 

MR & MRS. EPP HATFIELD JR. 

MR & MRS. MORRIS M. HATFIELD 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR W. 
HATHAWAY SR. 

MR. & MRS. JACK D. HAWKINS 

MR & MRS. WALTER HAWKINS 

MRS. ALVIN E. HAWLEY 

MRS. MAXINE HAWLEY 

THOMAS J. HAWSE III 

MARK T. HAYMOND 

FRANCES W. HAYNES 

MRS. MILDRED HAZLETT 

MR. & MRS. W. R. HEADLEE 

MR. & MRS. MILTON T. HEALD 

MR. & MRS. W. T. HECKMAN 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE R. HEDGES 

MORTON P. HEFFLER 

EDWARD A. HEFLIN 

HUBERT F. HEFNER 

ESTHER D. HEHLE 

MRS. J. O. HEISHMAN 

MR. & MRS. OSCAR E. HELDRETH 

MR. & MRS. HARRY G. HELME JR. 

MR. & MRS. PAUL HELVY 

MR. & MRS. JUSTIN M. HENDERSON 

MR. & MRS. W. I. HENDRICKS 

MR. & MRS. RALPH E. HENNON SR. 

JOSEPH HENRY 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT E. HENRY 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE T. HENSHAW JR. 

MRS. CORREDA G. HENSLEY 

MR. & MRS. JAMES S. HERNDON 

DR. & MRS. RAYMOND W. HERNDON 

MR. & MRS. JAMES C. HERRINGTON 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE E. HERVEY 

MRS. BLAND K. HESSE 

MR. & MRS. ARCH H. HICKMAN 

CAPT. & MRS. JAMES B. HILDRETH 
U.S.N. 

DR. & MRS. CHARLES H. HILES 

CLIFTON T. HILL 

MR. & MRS. G. W. HILL 

HERBERT B. HILL 

MR. & MRS. ROY E. HILL 

MR. & MRS. KARL F. HILLNER 

MR. & MRS. WILLIS P. HINERMAN 

LAWRENCE C. HINES 

THOMAS W. HINES 

MR. & MRS. THEODORE HIRSCH 

MR. & MRS. KESLER W. HISE 

MR. & MRS. JAMES S. H. 

HIRSHBERGER JR. 
MR. & MRS. JOHN R. HITE SR. 
MR. & MRS. FRANK HOAG 
MR. & MRS. ULYSSES G. HODGE 
MR. & MRS. GEORGE W. HOFFMAN 
MR. & MRS. J. F. HOFFMAN 
MR. L. W. HOGE 
CARL B. HOGAN 

MR. & MRS. LESTER F. HOGSHEAD 
MRS. JANET D. HOLDEN 
MR. & MRS. J. R. HOLLAND 
MR. & MRS. PAUL HOLLY 
MR. & MRS. PAUL E. HOMAN 
C. FRANK HONAKER 
A. R. HONSAKER 
MR. & MRS. ALVIN HOOD 
MR. & MRS. J. P. HOOD 
MR. & MRS. H. M. HOOPER 
MR. & MRS. J. ALLEN HOPKINS 
MR. & MRS. SAMUEL B. HOPKINS 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM B. HOPKINS 
MR. & MRS. ERVEN R. HOPPOUGH 
MR. & MRS. W. D. HORNBLOWER 
MR. & MRS. JOHN T. HORNER 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM C. HORNER 
LYLE F. HORTON 



MR. & MRS. LLOYD HOUSER JR. 

MR. & MRS. SABE HOWARD 

MR. & MRS. CLAYTON HOWERY 

MR. & MRS. P. G. HOYE 

CAPT. & MRS. HERBERT HOYER 

JESS G. HOYMAN 

MR. & MRS. JOHN HOZINEC 

MRS. M. G. H RES AN 

MR. & MRS. PAUL HUBAI JR. 

MR. & MRS. ERNEST G. HUDSON 

DR. & MRS, J. C, HUFFMAN 

MRS, THAD HUFFMAN 

MR, & MRS, Z. G, HUFFMAN JR, 

MR, & MRS, L, D. HUGHART 

GILBERT F, HUGHES 

MRS, HELEN B, HUGHES 

MR, & MRS, J. M, HUGHES 

MR, & MRS, E, D, HUMPHREY 

MR, & MRS, CLEMIT O, HUMPHREYS 

MR, & MRS, HORACE HUMPHREYS 

ROBERT E, HUMPHRIES 

ALVA F, HUNT 

MR, & MRS, BRUCE O, HUNT 

COL, & MRS. JAY HUNT 

MR. & MRS, LAWRENCE B, HUNT 

H, O, HUNTER 

MR, & MRS. B. B. HURLEY 

MR. & MRS. FRANK P. HURST 

MR. & MRS. FRED HUSHLA 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH A. lACOUZZE 

MR. & MRS. GORDON T. IKNER 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT K. INCH 

RAY INGLE 

MR. & MRS. HARVEY C. IRONS 

MRS. IDA ISAACMAN 

LANGDON A. JACKSON JR. 

MR, & MRS, CHARLES N, JACO 

WALTER L, & KATHLEEN M, JACOBS 

MR, & MRS, ALFRED M, JAMES 

DR, & MRS, HARWOOD JAMES 

J, THEARLE JAMISON 

MR, & MRS, E, L, JARROLL 

MR, & MRS, CLARK JEFFRIES JR. 

DR & MRS. H. L. JELLINEK 

MRS. FRANCINE B. JENKINS 

MR. & MRS. CARL JERNEJCIC 

MR. & MRS. CARL F. JOHNSON 

MR. & MRS, JAMES R, JOHNSON 

MR, & MRS, RICHARD M, JOHNSON 

J, Z, JOHNSON 

ARNOLD JOHNSTON 

MR & MRS, WILLIAM J, JOHNSTON JR. 

MR. & MRS. A. P. JONES JR. 

DAVID L, JONES JR, 

MR, & MRS, EUGENE C. JONES 

MRS, GRACE E, JONES 

J. W. & JANE JONES 

MR & MRS. MARVIN R. JONES 

MR. & MRS. R. P. JONES 

MR. & MRS. S, A, JONES 

MR, & MRS, THOMAS G, JONES 

THOMAS M, JONES SR, 

MR. & MRS. EUGENE JOSEPH 

C. P. JUSTICE 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM L. KAISER 

COL. & MRS. C. W. KAPPEL 

MR. & MRS. KENNETH KARL 

MR. FRANK R. KASUBA 

MR. & MRS, CLYDE KAUF 

MR, ELMER S. KAULL 

MR, & MRS, A, E, KAUTZ SR, 

MR & MRS, PAUL H, KEEN AN 

Mr! & MRS, PAUL E, KEESECKER 

MR, & MRS, CHARLES A, KEITH 

MR, & MRS, ED KELLER 

MR & MRS, THOMAS J, KELLEY 

MR & MRS, F, DONALD KELLY SR. 

MR, & MRS, JAMES KELLY 

MR, & MRS, J, MARTIN KELLY 

DONALD C, KEMERER 

BONNIE W, KENDJORIA 

MR & MRS, F, RAYMOND KENNEDY 

GORDON H, KENT 

MR, & MRS, JULIAN KENT 

THOMAS B. KERN 

MR. & MRS. D, H. KERNS 

COL. & MRS. MERLIN C. KERNS 

MRS. CLARK KESSEL 

C. EVERETT KEY 

MR & MRS. SAMUEL A. KHOURY 

MR, & MRS, ROBERT C. KIBBE 

ROBERT L, KIBBEE 

MR, & MRS, TENNIS KILLEN 

CLIFTON G, KILLINGER 

MR, & MRS, EDWIN L, KIMBLE 

MR, & MRS, WARREN H. KINCAID 



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MR. & MRS. CHARLES E. KING SR. 

HERBERT W. KING 

WARD KING 

MR. & MRS. VINCENT H. KINNAMAN 

KENNETH K. KINNEY 

MR. & MRS. DUANE KISER 

MR. & MRS. ANDREW S. KISSEL 

LOUIS E. KLEID SR. 

DR. & MRS. W. G. KLINGBERG 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD E. KLUG 

WALTER E. KNAPP 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT M. KNIGHT 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM H. KNIGHT 

MRS. ZULA P. KNODE 

MR. & MRS. ALLISON L. KNOPF 

MARCELLUS KNOTTS JR. 

DR. & MRS. MELVIN L. KNUPP 

MR. & MRS. STANLEY M. KOCHMAN 

HAVEN KOLB 

MR. & MRS. ED KOLAKOWSKI 

MR. & MRS. JOE KOMOROWSKI 

MR. & MRS. EARL NL KOONTZ 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD KOPCZYNSKI 

MR. & MRS. WALTER KORNMAN 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH KORZENIEWSKI 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH KOSHUT 

MR. & MRS. FRANCIS KOSS 

MR. & MRS. E. KOSTELNOCK 

MRS. MARY KOSTKA 

MR. & MRS. ANDREW J. KOVALY 

MR. & MRS. KOS J. KREHNOVI 

MR. & MRS. JOHN P. KREUL 

MR. & MRS. JOHN C. KROEGER 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE A. KROEHLING 

JR. 
MR. & MRS. M. B. KRUCIK 
MR. & MRS. LEON KUHN 
MRS. CYRUS C. KUMP 
GEORGE C. KUNZELMAN 
DANIEL KUSIC 

MRS. ROBERT R. KUYKENDALL 
JUDGE & MRS. KARL B. KYLE 
MRS. BRUCE ERMINE (LABIOSA) 
MR. & MRS. PHILIP LACARIA 
MR. & MRS. C. L. LADWIG SR. 
DR. CHARLES L. LAKE 
MR. & MRS. BILL LAMBERT 
J. KENTON LAMBERT 
WILLIAM M. LANHAM 
MR. & MRS. PAUL LANYI SR. 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM R. LARIMER 
MR. & MRS. JOHN W. LARNER SR. 
MR. & MRS. RICHARD B. LARSON 
MR. & MRS. LEO S. LASOTA 
BONNIE B. LATIMORE 
MR. & MRS. HERBERT C. LAUVER SR. 
MR. & MRS. S. W. LAVENDER 
MR. & MRS. WALTER R. LAWMAN 
MR. & MRS. EDWARD F. LAWRENCE 
E. L. LAWRENCE 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES E. LAWTHER 
MR. & MRS. J. L. LAWTON 
MR. & MRS. ODELL P. LAYMAN 
OLAN H. LAYMAN 
MR. & MRS. ROY V. LAYMAN 
MRS. MAURICE LAZARUS 
MR. & MRS. ELDRED R. LEACH 
MRS. DOROTHY D. LEAF 
B. F. LEAR M.D. 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT A. LEAR 
MR. & MRS. JOE E. LEASEBURG SR. 
STEVE LEBNICK 
GEORGE LEE JR. 

MR. & MRS. WALLACE C. LEETH SR. 
GLENN LEHMAN 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM P. LEHMAN 
WILLIAM A. LEMAK 
MR. & MRS. HOWARD S. LEMASTERS 
DR. & MRS. J. F. LEMBRIGHT 
MR. RICHARD A. LEMMON 
DRS. JOHN & CORA LENOX 
ALEX LESHOK 
MR. & MRS. D. E. LEWIS 
H. C. LEWIS JR. 

MR. & MRS. J. DUNCAN LEWIS JR. 
MR. & MRS. FRED V. LIBERATORE 
MR. & MRS. DANIEL C. LILLICH 
MR. & MRS. CALVIN C. LILLY 
MR. & MRS. LESLIE E. LILLY 
MR. & MRS. JOHN S. LILJA 
MR. & .MRS. HAROLD LIMPERT 
MR. & MRS. ALBERT LINDSEY 
JEANETTE LINN 
MR. & MRS. R. J. LINDROTH 
J. P. LINDSAY 
MR. & MRS. JOHN Y. LIPFERT 



MR. & MRS. FOSTER LIPSCOMB 

GEORGE & BEULAH LIPSCOMB 

LAURENCE L. LISTON 

MR. CHARLES LISTWAN 

MRS. JUANITA M. LOCKHART 

MR. & MRS. RANSOM LOCKRIDGE 

KENNETH L. LOGAN 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR J. LONG 

MR. & MRS. BURNELL LONG 

MR. & MRS. HERBERT LONG 

JEANIE LONG 

MR. & MRS. RAY J. LONG 

MR. & MRS. J. E. LONGMIRE 

MR. & MRS. SIDNEY LOPINSKY 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE M. LOTZ 

MR. & MRS. C. M. LOVELL 

MR. & MRS. DAVID J. LOWERY 

OLIVER & GLENDA LOYD 

CHESTER W. LUCAS 

MR. & MRS. CLEON V. LUCAS 

ROY O. LUDWIG 

JOSEPH G. LUKETICH 

MR. & MRS. NICK LUTZ 

J. R. LYERLA 

MR. & MRS. JOHN D. LYONS 

MRS. S. H. LYSON 

MR. & MRS. FOSTER M. LYTLE 

MR. & MRS. WM. McADAM 

MR. & MRS. M. E. McCARTY JR. 

DR. & MRS. G. O. McCLELLAN 

ALSTON McCLUNG 

DR. ANDREW C. McCLUNG 

MR. & MRS. JOHN R. McCLUNG 

MR. & MRS. FRED. W. McCLURE 

MRS. HUGH E. McCONKEY 

B. F. McCONNELL 

MR. & MRS. THOMAS E. McCONNELL 

MR. & MRS. R. S. McCOOLE 

MR. & MRS. O. L. McCORMICK 

EARL McCOWAN 

MR. & MRS. CONRAD McCOY 

ROBERT C. McCREEDY 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT B. McCUE 

COL. & MRS. WILLIAM E. Mc- 

CULLOUGH 
MR. & MRS. CHARLES W. McDANIEL 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT G. McDANIEL 
H. B. McDANIELS 

MR. & MRS. A. H. McDowell 

MR. & MRS. CHAS. W. McDOWELL 

CHARLES R. McEACHEN 

DR. NEIL M. McFADYEN 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT M. McFARLANE 

MR. & MRS. M. B. McFREDERICK 

MR. & MRS. JASON C. McGUIRE 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES E. McGUYER SR. 

MR. & MRS. WESLEY B. McINTYRE 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD F. McKEE 

MR. & MRS. STEWART J. McKEE 

ROBERT E. McKINLEY 

MRS. NEAL F. McKISSIC 

J. W. McLAREN 

MR. A. w. McLaughlin 

MR. & MRS. F. A. McLaughlin 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE F. McLAUGHLIN 

MR. & MRS. HOWARD F. McMANN 

MR. & MRS. MORRIS McMATH 

DR. C. R. McMECHEN 

MR. & MRS. JOHN T. McNABB 

PAUL H. & SARA McNEELY 

MR. & MRS. JAMES W. McNEILL 

MR. & MRS. FRANK McNEILL 

MR. & MRS. JOHN L. McPHERSON 

MR. & MRS. JOE McQUAID 

MRS. EDWARD J. McQUAIL JR. 

MR. & MRS. T. C. McQUOWN 

MR. & MRS. DAVID R. McWREATH 

MR. & MRS. H. E. MacARTHUR 

MRS. WILLIAM J. MACIAG SR. 

MR. & MRS. JOHN F. MACEYAK 

MRS. LOUELLA MACRONE 

MR. & MRS. BRUCE S. MADERA 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE S. MADDY 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM H. MAIR 

MR. & MRS. J. CURTIS MAIRS 

MR. & MRS. J. T. MALADY 

LEONIDUS F. MALONE 

MR. & MRS. MATHEWS 

MANDOPOULOS 
MR. & MRS. JOHN S. MANKOWSKI 
MR. & MRS. CHARLES G. MANLY 
MR. & MRS. EMERSON MANN 
MARTIN M. MANSPERGER 
FOREST F. MAPLE 
MR. & MRS. JOHN MARSH 
L. DOHR MARSH 



MR. & MRS. HENRY MARSCHNER 

MR. & MRS. DELMER W. MARTIN 

HOWARD S. MARTIN 

MR. & MRS. FRANK MARTINO 

MR. & MRS. LEE R. MASTERS 

MR. & MRS. TOBIAS S. MATEER 

MR. & MRS. ERWIN MATHENY 

MR. & MRS. PAUL M. MATHENY 

T. G. MATNEY M.D. 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT L. MATTINGLY 

MR. & MRS. DELVIN MAUK 

EMANUEL MAVROLEON 

MR. & MRS. J. B. MAXWELL 

M. H. MAXWELL M.D. 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE L. MAY 

MRS. CHARLES MAYER 

MR. & MRS. LOUIS R. MAYER 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT H. MAYHEW SR. 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH MAYHUGH 

MR. & MRS. HERBERT MAYNARD 

HESTER V. MAYNARD 

MR. JAMES L. MAZZA 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE W. MEADE 

MR. & MRS. JAMES L. MEADOWS 

MR. & MRS. HOWARD W. MEAGLE SR. 

MR. & MRS. MARSHALL G. MEANS 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH MEDRICK 

D. C. MEEK 

MR. & MRS. MURRAY MELAMED 

EDWARD L. MALVIN 

MR. & MRS. THOMAS E. MANIGHAN 

MR. & MRS. MICHAEL MERGEN 

CHARLES K. MERRILL 

MR. & MRS. L. E. MESSMORE 

MR. & MRS. LLOYD J. MATHENY 

MR. & MRS. LAWRENCE W. MEYER 

MR. & MRS. H. J. MEYN 

DR. & MRS. C. H. MIAS 

MR. & MRS. JOHN L. MICHAEL 

O. E. & DORA B. MICHAELIS 

S. J. MIGLIORE 

MRS. BARBARA J. MIHALIC 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH MIHALOVICH 

MR. & MRS. JOHNNY MILANO 

MRS. C. T. MILLER 

MR. & MRS. DENVER MILLER 

MR. & MRS. F. S. MILLER 

HAROLD L. MILLER SR. 

J. F. MILLER 

MR. & MRS. JOHN L. MILLER 

MR. & MRS. MERRIL MILLER 

WARD W. MILLER 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM C. MILLER 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM M. MILLER 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM H. MILLIGAN 

W. W. MILLS, M.D. 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE MILNE 

MR. & MRS. JACK MINEHART 

MAX MISHNE 

CHARLES MISKINIS 

ETHEL MITCHELL 

MR. & MRS. JOHN A. MOFFET 

L. BLAIN MOHR 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD S. MOLER 

MR. & MRS. R. D. MOLLOHAN 

MR. & MRS. CHAS. V. MONAGHAN 

MR. & MRS. CARL MOOD 

M. W. MOORE 

WILLIAM H. MOORE 

A. B. MORGAN JR. 

MR. & MRS. CHESTER MORRIS 

MR. & MRS. DANA C. MORRIS SR. 

MR. & MRS. DONALD W. MORRIS 

MR. & MRS. MURDOCK A. MORRISON 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD M. MORROW 

PAUL MORTON 

MR. & MRS. HOMER L. MOSER 

MR. & MRS.. RICHARD MOSES 

MR. & MRS. KEITH T. MOSIER 

MR. & MRS. ISADORE MOSKOVITZ 

MR. & MRS. HARRY J. MULLANY 

JOHN WESLEY MULLENNEX 

MR. & MRS. CARL MULLINS 

MR. & MRS. VERNON MULLINS 

MR. & MRS. CHESTER MURPHY 

MRS. DOROTHY H. MURPHY 

DR. & MRS. EUGENE J. MURPHY 

MR. & MRS. HOY R. MURPHY 

MR. & MRS. JAMES J. MURPHY 

MR. & MRS. KENNETH M. MURPHY 

LINWOOD H. MURPHY 

MR. & MRS. JOHN MURRAY 

MR. & MRS. SAM MUSCATELLO 

MRS. EDITH MUSMANNO 

MR. & MRS. FRANK S. MUZZEY JR. 

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MR. & MRS. DeWITT MYERS 

MR. & MRS. PAUL E. NAUGLE 

MR. & MRS. WM. J. NAYLOR 

MR & MRS. GEORGE J. NAZIONALE 

MR. & MRS. JOHN M. NEELY 

REV. & MRS. HARDING NELSON 

JACQUELINE NELSON 

MR. & MRS. JOHN M. NELSON 

MR. & MRS. ALFRED H. NEWLAND 

MR & MRS. GERALD NEWLON 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM NEWMEYER 

MR. & MRS. HALL O. NICHOLAS 

MRS. RUTH E. NICHOLAS 

DENZIL NICKELL 

MRS. ALEXANDER A. NIKOLSKY 

MR. & MRS. CLEVEL R. NDCON 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM NOPPER 

MR & MRS. HERBERT NOTTHINGHAM 

DR. & MRS. ROBERT NOTTINGHAM 

MRS. KATHRYN NOUAK 

W. R. NOUD 

MR. & MRS. JOHN H. OCH JR. 

DOVAL G. OGDEN 

LANTZ THOBURN OGDEN 

AUGUST OGLINSKY 

MR. & MRS. MICHAEL OLEXA SR. 

MR. & MRS. ALFRED OLSER SR. 

JOHN M. OLSHOCK 

MR. & MRS. JOHN E. O'NEAL 

O. C. ORE 

SAMUEL ORENSTEIN 

MR. & MRS. BURMAN T. ORNDORFF 

MR. & MRS. DONALD J. OROURKE 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM T. ORT 

MR. & MRS. PAUL G. ORYNICH 

MR. & MRS. FRANCIS OSTENDORF 

ANNA FAYE OTT 

DAIR OVERFIELD 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES PADDEN 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES R. PAGE 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH PAGNILLO 
MR. & MRS. PAUL A. PAKULLA JR. 

MR. & MRS. B. J. PALADINO 
LORETTA PALMER 

MR. & MRS. FELIX PALONE JR. 

MRS. VIRGINIA PANETTA 

JESS O. PARK JR. 

THOMAS E. PARK M.D. 

MR. & MRS. LOUIS W. PARKHURST 

ORLAND C. PARKS SR. 

DR. SEIGLE W. PARKS 

MR. & MRS. E. RUSSELL PARSONS 

MR. & MRS. NOLAN C. PARSONS SR. 

MR. & MRS. A. PARTOZOTI 

MR. & MRS. ALBERT PATCHON 

C. T. PATRICK 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM PATRICK 

MR. & MRS. W. BLAIR PATTERSON 

MR. & MRS, J. E. PAUGH 

MR. & MRS. NICK L. PAUL 

MR. & MRS. J. MEREDITH PAULEY 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE M. PEARSON SR. 

ROBERT DeWITT PECK M.D. 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES D. PELL 

MR. & MRS. RAYMOND PELLEGRIN 

MR. & MRS. R. C. PERKINS 

MR. & MRS. E. L. PERRY 

MR. & MRS. RUSSELL R. PERRY 

MR. & MRS. LOUIS B. PETERSON 

MARGARET PETRONE 

MR. JAMES E. PETRUCCI SR. 

DR. & MRS. W. CLARKE PFLEEGER 

MR. & MRS. ARNOLD H. PHILLIPS 

LEO H. PHILLIS 

MR. & MRS JOHN J. PICCOLOMINI 

RONALD D. PICKENS SR. 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES F. PIERCE 

MR & MRS. GEORGE F. PIERCE 

MR. & MRS. H. A. PIERCE JR. 

MR. & MRS. N. PIGNATORE 

COL. & MRS. WILLIAM C. PIPER. RET. 

ANTHONY PIRAINO M.D. 

MR. & MRS. H. L. PITTMAN 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD PIZATELLA 

ELDON J. PLAUGHER 

ROSCOE & RUBY PLUMLEY 

TONY POBOLISH 

MR. & MRS. WALTER J. POCHIS 

FRANCIS E. POE 

CHARLEY R. POFF 

MRS. JAMES M. POINDEXTER 

MR. & MRS. FRANK POLEN 

MR. & MRS. L. G. POLHAMUS 
MR. & MRS. J. P. POLING 
MR. & MRS. MICHAEL POLLACK 
MRS. ELIZABETH POMACO 



MRS. JUDITH E. POMPILI 

HOWARD R. POOLE 

MRS. FRANCES POPOWICZ 

WOODROW A. POTESTA 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE R. POWELL 

MR. & MRS. HERBERT R. POWELL 

MR. & MRS. PAUL L. PRALON 

HAROLD C. PRATT 

MR. ARCH PRICE _ 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT L. PRUETT 

E. L. PUFFENBERGER 

MRS. NOLA PUGH 

MR. & MRS. ULLWIN N. PUGH 

MR. & MRS. JOHN E. PULLEN 

GIBERT E. PULLIN 

MR & MRS. FRANK W. PUTNAM 

MRS. LUCI S. PYLES 

MR. & MRS. GLENN P. QUINN SR. 

MR. & MRS. HUGH A. RADCLIFF 

C. D. RADER 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES W. RADER 

MRS. AUGUST RAIMOND 

MR. & MRS. EARL W. RALSTON 

MR & MRS. IRVIN J. RAMSBURG 

MR. & MRS. E. L. RAMSEY 

FRED RAMSEY 

MR. & MRS. HARRY P. RAMSEY 

MR. & MRS. W. W. RANKIN 

MR. & MRS. JOHN P. RAPP 

MR & MRS. PETER RAVICCHIO 

MR. & MRS. J. C. RARICK SR. 

COL. W. A. RAWL 

MR. & MRS. WALLACE RAY 

PAUL J. RAYBURN 

MR. & MRS. E. EDWARD REAGLE JR. 

ELEANOR E. REEL 

MR. & MRS. WM. C. REES 

MR. & MRS. JOHN J. REGEC 

MR. & MRS. GENE REIFF SR. 

SAMUEL REITZ 

MR & MRS. WILLIAM J. REMPE 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD G. REPAIRE 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES W. REUSING 

MR & MRS. DANA D. REYNOLDS 

MRS. MARY RICHARDS 

MR. & MRS. GILBERT RHOADES JR. 

MR. & MRS. OTTA RHODES 

MR. & MRS. D. W. RICHARDSON 

MRS. VIVIAN M. RICHARDSON 

DR & MRS. W. FRED RICHMOND 

CLYDE W. RIDENOUR 

MR. & MRS. RAY RIDGWAY 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM J. RIEGER SR. 

MR. & MRS. DON F. RIGGLE 

LINGER & CHRISTINE RILEY 

MR. & MRS. STANLEY RILEY 

MR. & MRS. WILLIS W. RILEY 

LAWRENCE E. RINGLER 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD D. RIORDAN 

MR. & MRS. HENRY B. RITTER 

HOMER E. ROACH 

MR. & MRS. C. W. ROBB 

C. H. ROBBINS 

MR. & MRS. KENNETH F. ROBBINS 

MR. & MRS. BROWNIE ROBERTS 

MR. & MRS. JOHN ROBERTS 

ROLLAND B. ROBERTS 

MR. & MRS. JAMES B. ROBINSON 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH P. ROBINSON 

MR. & MRS. LESTER J. ROBINSON 

MR. ONA D. ROBY 

JOHN P. ROCK 

MR & MRS. AMERICO RODIGHIERO 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES R. ROGERS 

MRS. F. W. ROGERS 

MR. & MRS. LUTHER M. RIGERS 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT ROGERS 

THOMAS B. ROGERS 

MR. & MRS. WALTER ROGOWSKI JR. 

MR. & MRS. PAUL ROCHAL 

MR. & MRS. DOMINICK J. ROMINE 

DR. & MRS. JOSEPH ROMINO 

GERALD B. ROOD 

MR. & MRS. CECIL T. ROOT 

MR. & MRS. HERSCHEL ROSE 

MR. & MRS. JOHN E. ROSE JR. 

MR. & MRS. ANTHONY ROSS 

WILLIAM A. ROSS 

RALPH ROSSI SR. 

MR. & MRS. TONEY J. ROUSE 

E. L. ROUSH 

MR. & MRS. KENNETH E. ROUSH 

MRS. MABEL B. ROWE 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT D. ROWLEY SR. 

MR. & MRS. JOHN W. ROY SR. 

MR. & MRS. MELVIN RUBIN 



R. H. RUFF 

MR. & MRS. WILBUR RUHL 

MR & MRS. MICHAEL RUMORA 

DR. & MRS. ROBERT H. RUPP 

GREGORY H. RUSCH 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES M. RUSSELL JR. 

FRED E. RUSSELL 

MR. & MRS. C. P. RUSSELL JR. 

MR. & MRS. OWEN RUSSELL JR. 

MR. & MRS. PAUL R. RUSSELL 

A. L. RYAN 

LEWIS H. SAMSELL 

MR. & MRS. T. R. SAMSELL 

MRS. NANCY M. SANDERS 

CARL L. SANDIDGE 

MR. JULIO SanJULIAN 

DR. & MRS. HAROLD H. SANKEY 

MRS. HERMAN A. SARGENT 

MR. & MRS. FRED L. SATTERFIELD 

MR & MRS. CHARLES H. SAUNDERS 

MR. & MRS. WALTER SAUNDERS 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE P. SAVANICK 

MR. & MRS. JOHN T. SCANLON 

MR. & MRS. JAMES O. SCARBOROUGH 

C. W. SCHAMP 

MR. & MRS. ALBERT T. SCHILLING 

MR. & MRS. MILO A. SCHLUNEKER 

MR. & MRS. W. N. SCHOLL 

MR. & MRS. MICHAEL L. SCHOOLES 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR P. SCHREIBER 

MR. & MRS. STEWART SCHRIVER 

DELBERT L. SCHROEDER 

MR. & MRS. J. P. SCHWARTZ 

MR. & MRS. V. S. SEAMAN 

MR. & MRS. J. BEAN SEARS 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE W. SEAVER III 

MR. & MRS. JACK SELL 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD P. SELCHOW 

MR. & MRS. JACK SELL 

JAMES E. SENSENEY 

MR. & MRS. CALVIN A. SERFASS 

MR. ALBERT J. SGIER 

MR. & MRS. CLYDE E. SHAFFER 

MR. & MRS. LESTER A. SHAFFER 

MR. & MRS. L. RAY SHAFFER 

MR. & MRS. R. C. SHAFFER 

MR. & MRS. RALPH SHAFFER 

MR. & MRS. WM. M. SHANKLIN 

MR. & MRS. HARRY F. SHANNON 

ELMER JAY SHAVER 

LT. COL. & MRS. WILLIAM B. 

SHEAVES SR. 
MRS. HOWARD A. SHEPHERD 
MR. & MRS. JAMES R. SHEPPARD SR. 
MR. & MRS. LEWIS H. SHELLY 
MR. & MRS. HENRY SHERENSKY 
MR. & MRS. HARRY I. SHIPLEY 
MR. & MRS. TOM SHIPMAN 
A. J. SHIRING 

MR. & MRS. E. F. SHOEMAKER 
ROBERT E. SHORR 
EDWIN SHORT 
R. E. SHORT 
ROY L. SHULTZ 
MR. ROBERT SHUMAN 
MR. & MRS. WILLIS A. SHUMAN 
MR. & MRS. H. M. SHUMATE 
MR. & MRS. S. S. SHUMATE 
MR. & MRS. MICHAEL SHUPPE SR. 
MR. & MRS. STEVE SHURINA 
JOSEPH J. SIGNORELLO JR. 
JOHN J. SIDOTE 
FRANK E. SIMMERMAN 
MR. & MRS. M. E. SIMMONS 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT E. SIMMONS 
W. L. SIMMONS 
W. E. SIMONTON JR. 
MR. & MRS. FRED A. SIMPSON SR. 
MR. & MRS. HOMER L. SIMPSON SR. 
JOHN A. SIMPSON 
MRS. MARGARET SIMPSON 
DR. & MRS. THOMAS C. SIMS 
MR. & MRS. RAYMOND B. SINDY 
MR. & MRS. L. K. TUCK" SINE 
MR. & MRS. JULIUS W. SINGLETON JR. 
MR. & MRS. R. C. SINZ 
MR. & MRS. JOHN SITAR 
MR. & MRS. FRED SIX 
ERIK L. SJOSTROM 
MR. & MRS. LEON E. SKAGGS 
MR. & MRS. JOHN SKODA 
MR. & MRS. HENRY J. SKONE 
MR. & MRS. GLEN E. SLAYMAN 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT M. SLOAN 
H. G. SLONAKER 
MR. & MRS. CHARLES H. SMALLWOOD 



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MR. & MRS. ABRAHAM SMITH 

MR. & MRS. ARTHUR R. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. BENTON B. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. CARL A. SMITH SR. 

MR. & MRS. CARL E. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES P. SMITH 

DR. & MRS. DELBERT C. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD L. SMITH 

DR. & MRS. FRANCIS C. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. FRED W. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. GENE C. SMITH 

HERBERT W. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. JOHN E. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH SMITH 

MR. & MRS. LEWIS O. SMITH 

LT. COL. MIKE T. SMITH 

ROBERT H. SMITH 

RUSSELL E. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. SAM H. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. S. J. SMITH 

MRS. ULA SMITH 

MR. & MRS. WM. C. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM H. SMITH 

MR. & MRS. STEVE T. SMOLESKI 

ANDREW SMYDO 

MR. & MRS. PAUL SMYTH 

MR. C. M. SNAVELY 

MRS. MARK SNIDER 

MR. & MRS. RALPH E. SNODGRASS 

MR. & MRS. R. D. SNOUFFER 

LAWRENCE R. SNYDER 

MR. & MRS. KENT B. SOLE 

MR. & MRS. FRANK SOLOMON 

MR. & MRS. F. WM. SONGER 

MR. & MRS. HARRY G. SOROKA 

MR. GORDON SORRELL 

CHARLES SOURIFMAN 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH P. SPADAFORE SR. 

DR. & MRS. ELLIS W. SPHAR 

MR. & MRS. BRADFORD Z. SPIKER 

MR. & MRS. J. CLARENCE SPITZNOGLE 

MR. & MRS. CLARENCE A. SPRING 

ARTHUR H. STADLER 

EDNA G. STALNAKER 

LT. COL. & MRS. SPENCER G. 

STANLEY JR. 
MR. & MRS. HARRY A. STANSBURY JR. 
MRS. VERY A J. STAPELFIELD 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM A. STAPLES 
MRS. WAVIE M. STARCHER 
MR. & MRS. JOHN A. STEALEY 
MR. & MRS. J. J. STEMPLE 
MR. & MRS. CARLTON S. STEPHENS 
MR. ROBERT M. STEPTOE 
MR. & MRS. LEO STERN 
MR. & MRS. JOSEPH A. STEVE JR. 
MR. & MRS. L. A. STEWARD 
MR. & MRS. C. V. STEWART 
MR. & MRS. CARL V. STEWART 
GEORGE H. & MARYBELLE STEWART 
DR. & MRS. JOSEPH H. STEWART 
KENNETH H. STEWART 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT STEWART 
MR. & MRS. LOREN T. STICKLEY 
ERICH G. STIER 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT C. STOBBS 
MRS. DORIS STOCK 
MRS. C. E. STOCKDALE 
MR. & MRS. CHARLES W. STOFKO 
DR. & MRS. JOHN E. STONE 
MR. & MRS. DALE G. STOTZ 
MR. & MRS. KARL STOVER 
MR. & MRS. CONRAD C. STOWERS 
MR. & MRS. C. E. STRADER 
FRED S. STRAIGHT 
MR. & MRS. T. A. STRAUB JR. 
MARY E. STRAWSER 
OWEN M. STRICKLER JR. 
ARTHUR N. STUART 
JAMES B. STUART 
MR. & MRS. R. F. STUART 
MR. & MRS. HERSCHEL H. STUCKEY 
MR. & MRS. R. DALE STULTZ 
ROBERT D. STURM 
MR. & MRS. EDGAR A. STUTER 
MR. & MRS. ISAAC SUAREZ 
EDWARD M. SULLIVAN 
GLENN W. SUTTON 



MRS. MARGARET SWINGLE 

MR. & MRS. A. L. SYNDOR 

MR. & MRS. CARROLL R. SYPULT 

MR. EDWARD SZEWCZYK 

REV. GREGORY & MRS. LUCILLE 

SZEYKO 
MR. & MRS. J. E. TALKINGTON SR. 
MR. & MRS. HAROLD Z. TANQUARY 
JOSEPH T. TAROWSKY 
MR. & MRS. R. L. TAUBERT 
DR. CARL B. TAYLOR 
MR. & MRS. JOSEPH E. TAYLOR 
MR. & MRS. PAUL G. TAYLOR 
MR. & MRS. VERNON TAYLOR 
JAMES R. TEAGUE 
MR. & MRS. CLEM TEETS 
MR. & MRS. ELLIS TEETS 
MR. & MRS. HANCELL A. TEETS 
JOSEPH A. TEKAVEC 
MR. & MRS. PHAY E. TENNEY 
R. H. TERRY 

MR. & MRS. ALAN R. THALL SR. 
MR. & MRS. B. G. THALMAN 
MR. & MRS. RAY THAYER 
MR. & MRS. FRED THOMAS 
MR. & MRS. HORACE S. THOMAS 
JOHN A. THOMAS 
MR. & MRS. MICHAEL G. THOMAS 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT F. THOMAS 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT O. THOMAS 
GLENN W. THORNE 
MR. & MRS. JOHN TIANO 
MR. & MRS. CURTIS H. TILTON 
DR. & MRS. GEORGE TOLSTOI 
EDWARD & ANNA TOMKOWSKI 
MR. & MRS. W. H. TOOTHMAN 
JAMES TORMA SR. 
MR. & MRS. ALBERT A. TOWNSEND 
MR. & MRS. HARLEY V. TOWNSEND 
MR. & MRS. FRANK TRUMP 
DR. & MRS. EARL H. TRYON 
MRS. STEVE TSOUCARIS 
MR. & MRS. DAVID E. TUCKWILLER 
DR. & MRS. PAT A. TUCKWILLER 
CARSON W. TURNER 
MR. & MRS. FOSTER TURNER 
MR. & MRS. M. UMANSKY 
MR. & MRS. BERNARD W. UNGER 
MR. & MRS. STANLEY J. URBAN 
MR. SESTEL VALENTINE 
MRS. REGINA VANCE 
MR. & MRS. IRVING VanVARICK 
DR. & MRS. FRED VanWINKLE 
MR. & MRS. GEORGE VARNAK 
MR. & MRS. ANTHONY C. VASSALOTTI 
MR. & MRS. JESS M. VICINI 
MR. & MRS. V. A. VICKERS 
MRS. DANIE D. VIERS 
MR. & MRS. PETE VUKELICH 
MR. & MRS. RODDY VUKOVICH 
MR. & MRS. GEORGE W. WAGNER 
BETTY WALKER 
MRS. HELEN L. WALKER 
MR. & MRS. THOMAS F. WALLER 
HENRY V. WAINRIGHT 
MR. & MRS. JAMES A. WALLEN 
MR. & MRS. CARL WARD 
MR. & MRS. HAROLD WARD 
MR. & MRS. CHARLES E. WARDER 
MR. & MRS. FRANCIS P. WARDER 
MR. & MRS. ERNEST WARE 
JEANNE D. WARE 
MR. & MRS. JOSEPH A. WARE 
MR. & MRS. JOHN WARREN 
JAMES O. WATKINS 
T. WAYNE & MARTHA WATKINS 
MRS. VELMA WAUGHERMAN 
MR. & MRS. BENJAMIN H. WEBB 
DR. & MRS. G. A. WEBB 
MR. & MRS. H. L. WEBNER 
MR. & MRS. GLEN R. WEEKLY 
MR. & MRS. HERBERT C. WEETER 
H. E. WEISE 

MRS. MARY D. WELLER 
MR. & MRS. WM. P. WELLS JR. 
MR. & MRS. GUNNAR WENSTROM 
FOREST & THELMA WETZEL 
MR. & MRS. GEORGE C. WENZEL 



JAMES WETZEL 

MR. & MRS. HERMAN F. WEYRICK 
MRS. WALTER WHEELAND 
MR. & MRS. BILLY J. WHEELER 
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM M. WHEELER 
MR. & MRS. NORMAN R. WHETZEL 
MRS. MAURICE D. WHIPP 
DR. & MRS. T. R. WHITAKER 
MR. & MRS. FRED H. WHITE 
MR. & MRS. JAMES J. WHITE 
MR. & MRS. PAUL E. WHITE 
WOODROW W. & FREEDA B. WHITE 
MR. & MRS. ROBERT N. WHITEMAN 
MR. & MRS. JOHN R. WHITNEY 
MR. & MRS. LAWRENCE R. WHITT 
MR. & MRS. G. KENNETH 

WHIT WORTH 
MR. & MRS. HOWARD WICKLAND 

C. FREDERICK WIELAND 

D. P. WILES 

HERMAN L. WILKERSON 
ROBERT E. WILKINSON 

MR. & MRS. WALTER E. WILKERSON 

MR. & MRS. FRANK D. WILKIN 

RAY A. WILKINS 

MR. & MRS. CLAUDE WILLARD JR. 

MURRY H. WILLETT 

ARTHUR E. WILLIAMS 

MR. & MRS. R. D. WILLIAMS SR. 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD J. WILLIAMS 

MR. & MRS. JOHN E. WILLIAMSON 

MR. & MRS. CALVIN F. WILSON 

MR. & MRS. CARL L. WILSON 

CHARLIE C. WILSON 

MRS. GLENN N. WILSON 

MR. & MRS. I. F. WILSON 

MR. & MRS. JACK L. WILSON 

JACK M. WILSON 

MR. & MRS. JOHN C. WILSON 

MRS. JULIA V. WILSON 

MR. & MRS. MARVIN WILSON 

WILLIAM E. WILSON 

JOHN L. WINEMILLER 

F. BLISS WINN 

MR. & MRS. E. B. WIRTZ 

MRS. JOHN WIRTZ JR. 

MR. & MRS. CLAUDE WISEMAN 

WILLIAM A. WITHROW 

C. E. WITT 

MR. & MRS. WILLARD WOLF 

MR. & MRS. HAROLD M. WOOD 

MR. & MRS. KENNETH WOOD 

MR. & MRS. CECIL WOODELL 

MR. & MRS. COLEMAN R. WOODFORD 

PAUL H. WOODFORD 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT J. WOODLING 

MR. & MRS. L. F. WORDEN 

MR. & MRS. ABRAM V. WOUDE 

ELMER H. WRIGHT 

MR. & MRS. L. E. WRIGHT 

WALTER W. WRIGHT 

MR. & MRS. ORVILLE WRISTON 

HENRY M. WRITER 

DR. JOSEPH W. WROBLESKI 

MR. & MRS. JOHN F. WUNDER 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD YANKOWSKY 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT YAPLE 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES R. YOST 

ALICE YOUNG 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD YOUNG 

MRS. JANET H. YOUNG 

MR. & MRS. L. ZAHRADNIK 

MR. & MRS. ALEX ZAK 

MR. & MRS. JOHN ZAK 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH ZAK 

ELSIE S. ZEE 

MR. & MRS. STANLEY M. ZELEK 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES R. ZELL 

DR. & MRS. E. ANDREW ZEPP 

MRS. O. T. ZIEL JR. 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD ZIEROLD SR. 

MR. & MRS. JOE ZILER 

LCDR. & MRS. CARL G. ZINN 

MR. & MRS. FRANK ZITNIK 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE A. ZITZMAN 

MR. & MRS. M. W. ZOLTON 

MR. & MRS. WALTER ZWOLAK 



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Imaginative new conceptions in architecture can frequently trace 
their origin to a basically simple idea. One of the oldest types 
of roofing, terne metal, thus lends itself to many dramatic new 
applications in the contemporary idiom. Because of its inherent 
adaptability in both form and color, Follansbee Terne permits 
the visible roof area to become a significant part of structural 
design. Thus by re-discovering and re-interpreting a time- 
tested material, we make out of the very old the very new. I 
have furthermore found terne superior to other roofing metals 
in economy, color-adherence, heat-reflection, permanence, 
workability, and low coefficient of expansion. 



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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT 
Sculpture by Eloise Fichter 



FOt-LANSBEE STEEL CORPORATION follansbee, west Virginia 



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FIRST 




Beckley and the surrounding area can boast of some of the finest summer entertain- 
ment and recreation in the nation. There is something for everybody . . . drama . . . 
fishing . . . tours . . . history . . . relaxation. 

Plan now to see Raleigh County this summer! 



HONEY IN THE ROCK 

A musical drama staged in ttie Amphitheater of spectac- 
ular Grondview State Park. 8:30 P.M. doily, except Mon- 
days, June 25 -September 4. Reservotions ond tickets; 
P. O. Box 1205, Beckley or phone 253-8313. 





LAKE STEPHENS 

Recently opened, it offers 303 acres of woter in 2,500 
acres of scenic pork land. Sixteen miles of shoreline of- 
fers swimming, fishing, boating, camping, hiking and 
many other activities. Only 10 miles from Beckley. 



COAL TOWN MUSEUM 

In nearby Stotesbury you'll find the nation's 
first Coal Town Museum, featuring displays 
of equipment, models and documents that 
trace back the history of our cool industry- 
Museum is open 10:00 AM. to 6,00 P.M. 
doily. 



EXHIBITION COAL MINE 

An achjol coal mine, located in Ihe heart of 
Beckley. You'll ride in cool cars through 900 
feet of underground possogewoys ond see 
mining equipment and methods. Open 1 0:00 
A.M. to 5 00 PM weekdays, I 00 PM. to 
7:00 P.M. Sundays 




^SERVICE i 
y^BANK -^ 



Families, tourists, friends and visitors ... all v/elcome this 
sign of Full Service Banking. We cordially invite you to visit 
our modern bank facility and inquire about any bank service 
you may need. 



MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 







BECKLEY NATIONAL BANK 



BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA 



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INDUSTRIES 



This symbol is the new corporate identification mark for Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company. On April 1, 1968, our corporate name 
will become PPG INDUSTRIES, INC. Just as you cherish your degree 
as a mark of accomplishment, PPG regards this symbol as the hallmark 
of quality workmanship and the ultimate in service and performance. 

PPG INDUSTRIES wants and needs promising college graduates 
to help continue the company's outstanding accomplishments and 
impressive record of sound growth for its ever-expanding operations 
in glass, chemicals, paint, brushes, adhesives, plastics and fiber glass. 



WORKS 12, CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 



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^ HOPE NATURAL GAS COMPANY 

DIVISION OF CONSOLIDATED GAS SUPPLY CORPORATION 



365 



Compliments of 

METROPOLITAN AND MORGAN THEATERS 

Morgan+own, West Virginia 



THE 
CANDY and 
CARD SHOP 

Russell Stover Candies 

Metropolitan Theater Building 
Morgantown, West Virginia 



always appreciated. 



'RuMfE Sieves 



CAN DIES 



for 
BIRTHDAV«3J 



GET WELL,.t33i 
ANNIVERSARY' 
BON VOYAg¥ 

HOSTESS^ 
THANK U)W 






Frsih, dslic'ous 
Ruii«ll Srover CondJsi 
ar« lh« psrlccl gift I 




1-1/2 lb. GIFT BOX $2 



1 ,■ 



Congratulations Graduates! 

When You Come Back to Visit WVU 
Stop in at 

COMUNTZIS RESTAURANT 

"Where Dad Took His Girl and Granddad Too" 



366 



Owens-Illinois 

GLASS CONTAINER DIVISION 

PLANT • FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



CONTAINERS 




...ONE OF MANY CITIES AND 
TOWNS THROUGHOUT 
AMERICA... 




where good neighbors of yours, 
the employees of Owens-Illinois 
and its subsidiaries . . . 

MAKE ® PRODUCTS 

contributing to your 

greater convenience, 

comfort and 

enjoyment! 



LIBBEY Glaitwari 

INPUSTRIAL 



SCIENTIFIC 

n 

KIMBLE 

Laboritory Glassware 




KIMBLE and HEMINGRAY 
Glau Insulaton 



KIMBLE 
Glass Laboratory 



BUILDING 

Glass Block 




THINLITE 
Apparatus Curtain Wall Panals 



MAKERS OF @ PRODUCTS 



367 




Opportunity and Challenge in 
AMERICA'S "GROWINGESr INDUSTRY 

Have you looked at the Electric Industry lately? 

We're not only a part of the technological era; we're ahead of it! 

The "new look" can be seen in generating stations . . . like Fort Martin pic- 
tured above, in Extra High Voltage transmission lines, and in new techniques, 
new ideas, and new uses for electricity. 

Allegheny Power System, serving 845,000 customers in a five-state area, will 
spend a half billion dollars by 1971 to keep power supply and service ahead 
of demand. 

It offers opportunity and reward in engineering, accounting, home economics, 
sales, and other fields to those who want to be part of its growth. 



A 



Monongahela 
Power 

Part of the Allegheny 
Power System 



368 



Wheeling 
has a good word 

for you. 




Hustle is our slogan. But we think it describes the spirit of your 
last hundred years pretty well too. Mountaineers. So we've set 
aside a good supply of our bright red Hustle buttons just for 
you. Write and we'll send you one. Meanwhile, have a good 
second century. 

Wheeling Steel Corp. 



369 



Congratulations to ^A/est Virginia University 




FOSTORIA GLASS COMPANY, MOUNDSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA 
A West Virginia Company For 75 Years, 1891-1966 



370 



JOHN McSHAIN, mc. 

Builder 

3501 Sinclair Lane 

BALTIMORE, MD., 21213 



371 




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MOBAY CHEMICAL COMPANY 



f.fil in Urefhane Chemisffi 



NEW MARTINSVILLE, 
WEST VIRGINIA 



372 




DISCOUNT CENTERS 




Best Wishes 

on your 
100th Year 



10 Locations 
Dedicated To Serving You Better. 



373 





Perhaps you haven't thought much about it, 
but there's probably some of our steel in 
your home. If you have canned soft drinks 
or corn, beer or bug-bombs, peaches or pet 
food, it's a good bet that some of the cans 
are made of Weirton Steel's tinplate. Tons 



of tin cans bring to American homes an end- 
less variety of foods, beverages, and any- 
thing else that can be canned. People en- 
joy the convenience of the mighty tin can, 
and our job at Weirton Steel is to make 
sure that you can continue to enjoy it. 



WEIRTON STEEL DIVISION 

NATIONAL STEEL CORPORATION 

C. G. Tournay, President 

Weirton, West Virginia 



374 



CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF '67 
FROM 



Stauffer 




Founded: 



Divisions: 



1885 



Headquarters at 
380 Madison Avenue 
Nev.^ York, New York 10017 



Employees: 8, 500 



Agricultural Chemical 
Consolidated Chemical 
Fertilizer 
Industrial Chemical 



International 
Plastics 
Silicones 
Specialty Chemical 



Research 
Facilities: 



Plants & 
Mines: 



Dobbs Ferry (Westchester County), New York 
Richmond, California 

Divisional Research Laboratories in Adrian, Michigan; 
Weston, Michigan and Houston, Texas 



70 Plants 



located in 29 States 



9 Mines 
Sales Offices: 26 Sales offices located throughout the United States 



We at Stauffer Chemical invite you to consider a career with us in 
Research, Production or Technical Sales. Our Company is one of 
the fastest-growing in the industry and offers many interesting and 
challenging opportunities for young college graduates. 



Contact 



Personnel 

Stauffer Chemical Company 

Gallipolis Ferry, West Virginia 25515 



375 



"Elizabeth Moore Hall" 

order from West Virginia University bookstore, Morgantown, W. Va. 26506 
per plate $5.95 plus 75<' handling and postage 
orders of four or more — 

$5.50 each plus 10% handling and postage 

on total order 



376 



CONGRATULATIONS 



\A/eit Uirainia Ufnli/eriUij 

1867 1967 



lOOtk -^. 



nmuersan 



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THE HOME OF THE MOUNTAINEERS 



THE 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 

MEMBER 5 D L C. and FEDERAL RESERVE 

PLEASt CLOSt COVtH BEFOUE STRIKING 



377 




Congratulations, graduating senior. A college degree is no small 
achievement. Especially now. Don't ever let anyone take yours 
lightly. 

You've met one of life's big tests and proved you have what it 
takes. If you'd like to work for an organization that offers similar 
challenge and rewards in proportion, why not look into Marbon? 

We're one of your neighbors, a young growth company proud 
of you, WVU and West Virginia. 



Marbon 
chemicals 



BORGXWARNER 



378 



Sorry, Madam, We don't 
carry Ladies Bikinis. 



And they say they 
have everything. 





EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS, MADAM! 



WORKINGMANj 



STORE 



CLARKSBURG 



FAIRMONT 




■a.e--"^R 




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WEST VIRGINIA 
UNIVERSITY 

100th Anniversary 
1867 1967 

Book Center 

of the 

Campus 



West Virginia University Book Store 



379 




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■IRIIMI 



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THE BOOK EXCHANGE, INC. 

Now In Its New Location 
152 Willey Street Morgantown, West Virginia 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to 

West Virginia University 

on its 

lOOth ANNIVERSARY 



^.VilHUs 



^ [HHRiESTon ^i^ noTionniS/^ 



''^^ONKX.i!^ 



CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



380 



We Are Happy To Congratulate 

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 
On the Celebration of 

100 Years of Educational Excellence 



Beckley Post-Herald 



flaleigt) ® flegister 



"Serving Southern West Virginia's Shopping Center At Beckley" 




'<^y/y^i/a 



Gifts of Elegant Crystal 

-with price tags that smile 




T^fl 




A gift is you. And elegant West Virginia Handmade Crystal 
brilliantly conveys your wishes. Your thoughtfulness in 
selecting crystal master-crafted by famed West Virginia 
artisans will be appreciated, too. Choose from our wide 
selection — priced considerably less than you'd expect. 
Look for the West Virginia gold and blue seal on each 
piece. Stop in soon. 



MANUF^ACTU R ERS Or 

BRILLIANT CRYSTAL GLASS WARE 

PASTE MOULD BLOWN 

SUPERB ARTISTIC DECORATIONS 
WESTON. W, VA. 



"YOU CANNOT SURPASS AMERICAN GLASS" 



381 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATIOK 

OF 

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



MEDICAL CENTER 
MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 



EDWARD VANTINE 
STUDIOS INC 



Nationally Known College Photography 



HAMILTON, NEW YORK 



382 




BUILD A 

BETTER 

MOUSETRAP 



and the world will make a beaten path to your door. 



It happens all the time in our country. People with 
imagination and ambition can expect to be rewarded. Each 
of us has the opportunity to fulfill our dreams ... to get ahead 
by building a better mousetrap. 

In America profit and honor are rewards to those who make 
significant contributions to our way of life. This is because we 
believe in Free Enterprise, the economic system that has given 
us the highest standard of living in the world today. 



ystem- 



APPALACHIAN POWER CO. 




FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK 

MORGANTOWN. WEST VIRGINIA 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



383 




MERCANTILE BANKING & TRUST COMPANY 

MOUNDSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA 



c vji JVA ivr J j> 



An industrial citizen of West Virginia 
for 20 years, American Cyanamid 
fias enjoyed continual growth and 
expansion. 

Cyanamid is constantly seeking im- 
provements in its diversified chemical 
activities. YOU can be a port of 
our growth and find career opportu- 
nities and a challenge with us! 

Cyancmid's Willow Island plant, 
located on the beautiful Ohio River 
near Parkersburg, employs 650 men 
and women. The plant manufactures 
over 50 products, including aureomy- 
cin, aniline, inorganic pigments, cat- 
alysts and specialty chemicals. 

AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY 

WILLOW ISLAND, WEST VIRGINIA 




GROWING WITH 
WEST VIRGINIA 
UNIVERSITY 
DURING HER 
SECOND CENTURY 
OF PROGRESS 



384 




If 70U sboulcl ever 
liave a problem 
with your phone service 
cLon't hesitate to caD us. 



/^\ The C & P Telephone Coinpany 
\A) of West Virginia 



Our Congratulations and Best Wishes 




The City's Oldest and Leading Florist 
Serving the Mountaineers For 52 Years 



235 Spruce Street 



Dial 292-8418 



385 



Congratulations West Virginia University 

Our Sincere Best 

Wishes To W.V.U. and 

Its Faculty On This 

One Hundredth Anniversary 



B U D A 



Plumbing and Heating 
1 Bank St. Morgantown 296-6131 

Serving: Morgantown And Vicinity For 20 Years 

The finest materials in Plumbing and Heating 










Star City — Sunnyside — Downtown 



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386 



STATE FARM INSURANCE 

Famous careful-driver car insurance . . . 
known for value . . . world's largest full- 
time claim service network . . . insuring 
more cars than any other company! Also 
good values in home and life insurance. 






STATE FARM 
INSURANCE 








FOR INFORMATION CALL 
AGENTS 

Mullennex, John J. Jr. 

315 Adams 


366-0832 


Woodward, Joseph 
315 Adams 


366-0832 





TWIN 


OAKS RESTAURANT 

Pizza at its Best 




Steak, 


Chicken, and Shrimp Dinners 




Phone 842-2891 


Clarksburg, W. 


Va. 



SUTTER ROOFING & METAL CO. 

Roofing and Sheet Metal Work 

METAL PRODUCTS, Inc. 
Steel Fabrication 

Clarksburg, West Virginia 



FAIRMONT WALL PLASTER 
COMPANY 

Second and Fairmont Ave. 

11 1 - Tenth St. 

Phone 366-2000 

Fairmont, West Virginia 

Building Materials — Hardware and Paint 

Transit-mixed Concrete — Plumbing 

Cinder and Cement Blocks 

Air-conditioning — Heating Equipment 

Electrical Appliances 

Custom Designed Kitchens 



Distinctive Outdoor Advertising 

STANFORD SIGNS 
INCORPORATED 

Neon and Electric Signs 
Sales and Service 

Phone 327-6210 
Bluefield, W. Va. 



PALERMO'S 

361 HIGH STREET 
MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



Compliments 
of 

Stonewall Jackson Hotel 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Compliments 
of 

Rislcey's TKB 

Favorite Meeting Place 

For Fi Batar Cappar and 

All University Groups 



387 



CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of 1967 
"Serving Central West Virginia for over 36 Years" 



Lenard Gottlieb 
Pharmacy, '28 



Bernard Gottlieb 
Journalism, '38 



Herbert Gottlieb 
Pharmacy, "41 



FOUNTAIN CUT RATE ■ GRAYS CUT RATE 



Clarksburg — Elkins — Weston 



Parkersburg — Morgantown — Fairmont 



Cy*^iiiLni 



BUILPINGcClOAW Af f N. 

I ROBERT K. PARK, PRES. &- MGR. ■» » RAVENSWOOD "fc 



CLASS OF 24 



Now Celebrating Our 
62nd Anniversary 



Serving Home Owners and Investors Since 1905 



MASSU LLC'S 

Cleaners and Tailors 
High Street Morgantown 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

OHIO VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF VIENNA 

VIENNA, WEST VIRGINIA 



388 



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. . . EAT THE EASY WAY 





Let L°JY^ Be 

Your FUN-TIME Chef 

AT THE SIGN 
OF THE 

nniiiiii 



BURGER BOY FOODORAMAS 



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EDUCATION . . . 

A vital necessity for our youth and for tfie continual prog- 
ress and growth of our country. 



BANK OF RALEIGH 

Main & Kanawha Sts. — Beckley, W.Va. 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



BANK OF WARWOOD 

17th St. and Worwood Ave. 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

Phone 277-1 100 

Open Friday Evenings 
6:30 to 8:30 




FAIRMONT'S FINE STORE OF FASHION 
COMING SOON TO MORGANTOWN! 



389 



Doolin Federal Savings and Loan Association 

251 Main Street, New Martinsville, W. Va. 
455-1850 455-1852 

Where Your SAVINGS EARN AND ARE INSURED UP TO 
$10,000.00 



The Citizens Bank of Weston 



"The 100% Bank" 



Weston, West Virginia 26452 



Serving you for over half a century 




Department 
Stores 



We feature famous brand names you know 



Authorized Volkswagen Sales and Service 
Sedans 
Convertibles 
Kormann-Ghias 
Station Wagons 
Trucks 

Where to Buy Them 



Griffith, Inc. 

U.S. Route 19 South 
P.O. Box 367 
Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 



Phones 

Clarksburg 624-6457 

Fairmont 363-4162 

Morgantown 292-6488 




390 



Bank of Weirton 



Weirton, W. Va. 



Serving the Weirton 

Area for over 

55 years 



JOHNS-MANVILLE 
FIBER GLASS INC. 

VIENNA, WEST VIRGINIA 26101 
P.O. Box 5128 

Phone 295-4531 



"IF I HAD MY WAY, I WOULD 
WRITE THE WORD 'INSURE' 
OVER THE DOOR OF EVERY 
COTTAGE, AND UPON THE 
BLOTTING BOOK OF EVERY 
PUBLIC MAN; BECAUSE I AM 
CONVINCED THAT, FOR 
SACRIFICES THAT ARE 
INCONCEIVABLY SMALL, 
FAMILIES CAN BE SECURED 
AGAINST CATASTROPHES 
WHICH OTHERWISE WOULD 
SMASH THEM UP FOR EVER." 

Winston Spencer Churchill 
Manchester, England 
May 28, 1909 



APPALACHIAN 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

HOME OFFICE HUNTINGTON, W.VA. 

18th YEAR OF OPERATION 




Charleston's Most Convenient Bank 

Extends Greetings 

To West Virginians 

Everywhere 




ESTABLISHED 195 



TENNESSEE AVENUE AND ROANE STREET 
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 25302 



391 




Compliments of 




NATIONAL BANK 



or LOGAN 



LOOAN. WEST VKCINI* 



Thirty-Three Years 

of 

Friendly Service 

Member FDIC 

Logan County's Largest and Strongest Bank 



Compliments of 

NORTHERN 

WEST VIRGINIA COAL 

ASSOCIATION 

Fairmont, West Virginia 



Compliments of 



MOHMSOMS" " «-"""-" 



Famous for Quality 



Home of the IN look 



Around Campus 



392 




IRENE'S DRESS SHOP 
AND BRIDAL SALON 

VICTORIA AND QUENTINE PETITE 
307 High Street Morgantown, W. Va. 



Think Future 



Think 



e 



ELANESE 



For Information on Career Opportunities Write: 

Supervisor, Personnel Administration 

Ceianese Fibers Company 

Box 444 

Cumberland, Maryland, 21502 



Compliments of 



CITY NATIONAL BANK OF 
FAIRMONT 



Member F.D.I.C. 



DIAMONDS 
CHINA 



WATCHES 



JEWELRY 
SILVERWARE 



ROBERT A. YAGLE 

Jeweler 



379 High Street Morgantown, W. Va. 
Phone 296-7713 



393 



4iiM< 




the Mid Ohio Valley' 

(ANK °' (1 




Extra service 
Extra convenience 
Extra courteous 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



Compliments of 

WEST VIRGINIA COALS INC. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Whiteside's features such fine 






lines as . . . 




bobbie b 


ooks 




jantzen 






russ togs 






majestic 






Jonathan 


logon 




arkay jrs. 






shop 


WHITESIDE'S 

morgantown, w. va. 


today 



For Permanence and Beauty, 
Build With Cloy Products 

Ceramic Glazed Brick and Tile 
Webco Utility Structural Facing Tile 

FACE BRICK IN - 
BUFFS - GREYS - REDS - AND MULTICOLORS 

WEST VIRGINIA BRICK COMPANY 



Telephone 342-7149 



442 Virginia Street, East 



Charleston, W. Va. 



394 




CONGRATULATIONS 
GRADUATES OF W.V.U. 



It has been a privilege for us to have an associa- 
tion with the progressive people of the Morgan- 
town area, and we are proud to welcome you to 
our offices at any time! 




UNIONTOWN 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 



43 S. Beeson Blyd. 



437-4569 



Uniontown, Pa. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of '67 

From . . . 




m 

Fairmont 

Dial 366-3600 

Ten Full Floors . . . and 

Two Mezzanines, 

Featuring Everything for the Family and Home 

One of West Virginia's Leading 

Department Stores 

for 90 Years 



Superior Photo Service 



641 E. Brockway Ave. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 26505 



Phone 292-8434 



Joe 

L. 

Smith, 

J 
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RADIO STATION WJLS 
Beckley, West Virginia 

RADIO STATION WBKW 
Beckley, West Virginia 

RADIO STATION WKNA 
Charleston, West Virginia 



r., 



nc. 

Beckley, 

West 

Virginia 



BIGGS-JOHNSTON-WITHROW 

PRINTERS-PUBLISHERS 
Beckley, West Virginia 



395 




GROW ALONG WITH US... IN GREATER CLARKSBURG 



UNION NiVriONAI- BANK 

Helping you take better advantage of your financial opportunities. 

Clarksburg, West Virginia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

CLINCHFIELD 
COAL COMPANY 

Compass Division — Clarksburg, W.Va. 

Amigo Smokeless Coal Co. — Wyco, W.Va. 

Virginia Division — Dante, Va. 



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OLD GRADS . . . 

Make the HOTEL MORGAN your campus quarters when 
in town for football and basketball games as well as 
spending a relaxed weekend reminiscing old times. 

Home of the Montmartre 



For Service 
Dial 366-3110 
Collect 

Gliders 
Cushions 
Box Springs 
Mattresses Remade 



FAIRMONT MATTRESS COMPANY 

Manufacturers — Rebuilders 

Home of the Super-Rest Inner-Springs Mattress 

Hollywood Beds Made to Order 

Box 373-A Route 7 Fairmont, West Virginia 



396 




The PENN MUTUALV 
Group Life Insurance 





'" Life insurance Company 



MIKE AUDIA 



• Disability Income Policy 
• Pension Plans 

231 South Third Street 



Fire — Auto 
Hospitalization 

• Income 
• Bonds — Travel 

Phone 624-6459 



• Estate Planning 
• Educational Plans 
• Savings Plans 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Compliments of 
623-339 1 —Phone— 623-339 1 




COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE 

K^ntu^kii fried C^lck^n 



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KANAWHA BANKING 
& TRUST COMPANY 
Charleston, W. Va. 

"The Friendly Bank" 




COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
of BLUEFIELD 

BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA 



397 



TRADITIONALLY THE FINEST 

i:iic Uoundtable 

W.V.U. & MORGANTOWN 

467 HIGH STREET 
MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



Compliments 
of 

CORNING 

GLASS 
COMPANY 

STAUNTON AVENUE 
PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE RALEIGH 



COUNTY BANK 



BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA 



FOUNDED 1909 



MEMBER F.D.I.C. 



In Charleston . . . 

"The Symbol of a Friendly 
Banking Capability" 

THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE 
of CHARLESTON 

Capital at Lee Streets 
Member FDIC 



SUBURBAN BOWLING LANES 


Daytime Ladies 


Leagues 


Free Nursery 




Free Parking 




Free Instruction Sessions 




Fine Food 




Expert Ball Drilling 




Assistance in Forming Leagues 




Bowling Accessories 




Automatic Pinspotters 




Chestnut Ridge Road 



398 



With the Compliments and Best Wishes of 



FLiT Top SatiomlJakk 



BLUEFIELO. WEST VIRGINIA 



Our best wishes 
are with you for continued progress 



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For INSURANCE 

Designed Especially 

For the Students of 

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

(Council on Student Health) 

HENRY & HARDESTY, INC. 

Fairmont, West Virginia 



CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS] 

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 
OF GREENE COUNTY 



Main Office 
Waynesburg, Pa. 



Fayette Office 
Uniontown, Pa. 



Compliments 
of 

INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTING 

Fairmont, West Virginia 



Dog-N-Suds 

Famous Coney Dog 

and 

The World's Creamiest Root Beer 

Across Pic-Way's on Boulevard 



SUNNYSIDE SUPERETTE 

Store Hours — 8 A.M. -11 P.M. 
Seven Days a Week 



399 



MONTGOMERY WARD . . . 

Is Morgan+own's Leading 
and Most Complefe 
Department Store. 
238 High Street Morgantown, W. Va. 



Air Conditioned 



WONDER BAR 

The Top of the Town 
Clarksburg 



SMALL 

. . . Enough to Give You Personal and 
Intimate Care and Service 

LARGE 

. . . Enough to Offer an Outstanding Line 
of Famous Jewelry at Modest Prices 

AMBER'S JEWELERS 

Unionfown, Pa. — Main at Morgantown St. 




Compliments of 



Clarksburg, West Virginia 




GUESTS ENJOY: 

• Year Round Air Conditioning 

• Swimnning Pool 

• Free TV 

• Wall to Wall Carpet 

• Baby Sitters 

• Excellent Restaurant 

Banquet and Convention 

Facilities 

Children Under 12 Free 



R£G. U. S, PAT. OFF. 




MOUNTAINEER 
SPORT SHOP 

439 High Street 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



"Specialist in Sports" 



Compliments of 

GRAVELY TRACTORS, INC. 

K. C. BRAND, JR., DEALER 

1401 Fairmont Ave. 
Fairmont, W.Vc. 
Phone: 366-4690 



Compliments of 

PRESTO RESTAURANT 

and 

THE OLYMPIA 

TGIF Every Friday at the "Big O" 



400 



"Where Friendliness Is A Tradition" 

HUNTINGTON TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK 

Fourth Avenue at Eleventh Street 
Huntington, West Virginia 

Downtown Huntington 



Member F.D.I. C. 
Member Federal Reserve 




16 


OVERHILL !23 BEECHURST 438 GRANT 


67 


JONES 


723 


COLLEGE 




SwEEZY-KlGER 


Rentals 






321 GRANDVIEW 


AVENUE 






MORGANTOWN. W. 


VA. 26505 






Rooms & Apartments for Male Students 


D. 


L SWEEZY 


W 


A. KIGER 


292.2650 




292.2438 



Celebrating Our 
Fifty-Sixth Anniversary 





Jurniture co. 



'Just 49 Steps Up Walnut From High" 



RANDOLPH'S RESTAURANT 

240 V/alnut Street 
Morgantown, West Virginia 

"Good Food Is Our Bus/ness" 



Everything for the 
Young College Man 

SHARP-HAMILTON MEN'S 
STORE, INC. 

120 Adams Street 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



Need Money for Schooling? 

Look Into Our 

Assured Higher Education Plan 




Savings & Loan Co. 

Market at 14th St. Wheeling, W, Va. 

"Novv in our 50th year" 




Central W. Va. 
Truck Headquarters 



■ 



SIMPSON TRUCK SALES, INC. 

Sales and Service 

P.O. Box 1606 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Rt. 50 East Phone 624-7452 



Phone MAin 2- 1 65 1 

CLARKSBURG IRON & STEEL 
CO., INC. 

ROBERT WEINER, President 

Office and Yards at Glen Elk No. 2 

New and Used Structural Steel 

P.O. Box 1030 Clarksburg, W. Va. 



401 



Compliments of 

COMPTON BOWLING LANES, INC. 

U.S. Route 50 East 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Phone 622-1261 



For Your Complete Banking Program 




Fayette 



Bank & Trust Co. 

UNIONTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 



MEMBER FEDERAL DPPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



Fiction 



Non Fiction 



THE BOOK NOOK 

217 Fayette Street 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Phone 292-5355 

All Types of Paperbacks 



JIMMIE'S CAMPUS 
LUNCH 

650 North High Street 

Where Upperclassmen Meet Old Friends 
and Freshmen Make New Ones 



GUY C. FLINN, INC. 

Opticians 

— Glasses — 

Styled 

Fitted 

Repaired 

243 Pleasant Street 

Morgantown, W. Va. 

Linden 9-4145 



ALLEGHENY LAND 
and MINERAL CO. 

(A CORPORATION) 
318 Professional Building 
Clarksburg, West Virginia 



Betty's 

Costume Jewelry 
Gifts 



369 High St. 

Met Theatre BIdg. 

Morgantown, W. Vo. 



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"Beckley's Leading 

Department Store" 

Congratulations 

Philip V\/. Payne 
Class of '60 

E. M. PAYNE CO. 



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UNION FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



30 Twelfth street 



Wheeling, W. Va. 



Visit Mario and Rose at 

RICHWOOD AVE. CONFECTIONERY 

704 Richmond Ave. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

and chat over a Fish Bowl 



The Fairmont Times 
and West Virginian 

Q U I N C Y AND OGDEN PHONE 363-5000 

THE FAIRMONT TIMES (HORNING) 



THE WEST VIRGINIAN (EVENINC) 



TIMES-WEST VIRGINIAN (SUNDAY) 



KETTERING 
BAKING 
COMPANY 

Bakers of But+er-Nut Bread 



Compliments of 

DANIEL'S 

419 High Street Morgantown, W. Va. 




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BROTHERS 



423 Market Street 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



PARKERSBURGS LARGEST STORE FOR MEN, 

BOYS . . . AND WOMEN TOO! 

SINCE 1898 



Compliments of 

Norteman Packing Company 

43rd & Jacob Streets 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

area code 304 232-3550 

Perfection Meat Treats" 



Compliments of 



Weirton Savings and Loan Company 

3216 Main St. 
Weirton, West Virginia 

748-1719 



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G. A. Brown & Son Inc. 

215 Mill St. 
Fairmont, West Virginia 



MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
of WEST VIRGINIA 



B. W. ENSLE, Secretary 

Goff Building 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 



Compliments of 

The First National Bank 

AT 
MOUNDSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA 



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All Lines of Sterling Silver 




Wallace Miller &Bro. 






Jewelers Since 1867 






26 E. Main St. 






Uniontown, Pennsylvania 




Registered Jewe 


er 

American Gem Society 






Certified Gemo 


ogist 


Brides Registry 






Orange Blossom 


Diamonds 


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Lenox China 







Compliments 
of 

MT. STATE LINEN 
SERVICE, INC. 

"A Complete Laundry and Linen Service" 

412 Ohio Avenue 
CLARKSBURG. WEST VIRGINIA 

MAin 4-6478 C. C LAKE. Mgr. 



A FRIEND 

BLUEFIELD 
W. VA. 



Compliments of 

ZUKAS ESSO 

Glendale, W. Va. 

Located on Route 2 
Within City Limits 



Compliments of 

HUNTINGTON FEDERAL SAYINGS 

and Loan Association 

5th Avenue at 1 1th Street 
Huntington, West Virginia 



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FURNITURE CO. 



821 Valley Drive, North Phone 253-5821 

BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA 25801 



Compliments of 

Friedlander's 

Fashion Center of Central W. Va. 
Main & 4th Sts., Clarksburg, W. Va. 



HERRING MOTORS INC. 

Authorized 

Volkswagen 

Sales & Service 

Uniontown, Pa. 
Phone 438-5567 



Congratulations Graduates 

SAURO'S CLEANERAMA 

Launderers — Dry Cleaners 
Fairmont, V^. Va. 



Compliments of 



^sta MwctinB)3i\k, Ms8t Virginia 



Home of the 
New Martinsville Regatta 



BARRY'S OFFICE SERVICE 

Office Equipment and Supplies 

22 Beechurst Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. 
Phone 292-2404 
Olympia 
Underwood 
Smith-Corona 
Vector 
Rex-Rotary Machines 



BURL FLEMING 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

ITiO'to^ y\>uck, Scjoc/p merit 

25D MONTICELLD AVENUE 

TELEPHONE 624-636B - 624-6369 

CLARKSBURG. WEST VIRGINJA 26302 



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HORNOR & 



HARRISON 



417 MARKET ST. 



422-3291 



BOND CLOTHES 
JARMAN SHOES 
PARKEKSUIRG, W. VA. 



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TARLETON MOTOR COMPANY 



Kadett Buick 



Fairmont, W. Va. 





SAMUEL B. 


URSO 


AGENCY 


Samue 


B. Urso 




Samuel B. Urso Jr. 




FOR ALL YOUR 


INSURANCE NEEDS 




Life — Group — Pensions — Fire 


— Casualty 




Phone 624-5548 






Clarksburg 


, West Virc 


inia 



HART BRO'S MACH. CO. 



HART LOY IRON 
HART-TABO ROLLS 



Compliments of 

THE 
WESTON NATIONAL BANK 

Weston, West Virginia 



BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY 

415 MARKET STREET • PARKERSBURG , W. VA. 




Member F.D.I.C. 



FASHIONABLE SHOE STORE 

and 
THE FLORADORA SHOPPE 

Morgantown, W. Va. 





BELMONT MOTOR 


INN 


Air 


Conditioned 




Coffee Shop 


T.V 


& Phones 




Twenty-five Rooms 


Dining Room 










"Lodging Plus Good Fooc 


i" 






Route 19 North 








Fairmont, W. Va. 








Dial 363-5300 





FAIRMONT NURSERY 




1 Mile North of Fairmont qn U.S. Route 250 


Many Sold At Wholesale Prices 




LARGE SELECTION FLOWERING 




SHRUBS and SHADE TREES 




20,000 EVERGREENS 




Sam Ruggiero Phone 


366-0961 



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editorial credits 



photography 

Gerald Ash 
George Brown 
Herb Comess 
Vic Haines 
Hugh Knee 
Tom Mucklow 
Richard PhilHps 
Nat Saffel 
Larry Shreve 

Wm. J. Keller Inc. 

Francis Peterson, regional 
yearbook representative 

David Tan, designer of cover, 
contents, tide and 
divider pages 

Edward Vantine Studios, 
individual pictures 



also 

Eddie Barrett 

Don Bond 

Ted Dreisinger 

Andrew Fusco 

Joseph Gluck 

David Jacobs 

Steve Koval 

James McCauley 

John Moore 

Mindy Pierce 

Roger Ruhl 

Festus Summers 

Daily Athenaeum 

Dominion News 

Morgantown Post 

Fairmont Times 

Alumni News 

Ambler, Charles, A History 

of Education in West Virginia 



The Monticola for 1967 is a publication of Wm. J. Keller Inc. of 
Buffalo, New York. The cover, an original design, is buckram with brush 
brass lettering. The pages are a velva dull quality with the first 32 pages 
in anniversary text with gravure brown ink. The endsheets are aztec 
gold. The titles are craw modern with those in the royalty section a 
coronet type face. The historical titles are in tuscan type face. 



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BANNER FIBREBOARD CO. 

Wellsburg, West Virginia 


HAROLD-WEISS JEWELER 

304 High Street 
Morgantown, W. Va. 


SILVER BRAND CLOTHES 

Style Stores for Men and Young Men 
Beckley-Charleston-Logan, W. Va. 


SOUTHERN OFFICE SUPPLY 

Complete Office Outfitters 

Bluefield, W. Va. 


SHADYSIDE INN 

We Serve Western Aged Beef 

Banquets — Catering 

Up to 500 Persons 

Uniontown, Pa. 


MINARD'S SPAGHETTI-INN 

813 E. Pike Street 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Phone 623-1711 


FINN'S 

Ladies' Ready-fo-Wear 

422 High Street 
Morgantown, West Virginia 


ERIC'S JEWELRY 

308 Neville Street 
Beckley, West Virginia 


Compliments of Joe Cinalli 
B. F. GOODRICH TIRE COMPANY 

Fairmont, West Virginia 


SHERMAN SHOE STORE 

370 High St. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 


EMBEES of PARKERSBURG 

"Your Store of Specialty Shops" 

529 Market Street, Parkersburg, W. Va. 


Landmark for Hungry Americans 
HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT 

Uniontown, Pa. 


COOMBS FLOWER SHOP 

401 High Street 
Morgantown, West Virginia 


A Friend 

in 
Wheeling 


SAUERS MEN'S STORE 

59 West Main Street 
Phone 438-7310 Uniontown, Pa. 


MORGANTOWN SPORT CENTER 

Big Savings on All 

Fraternity and Sorority Needs 

Phone 296-6700 


HOME INSURANCE AGENCY 

106 Main Street 
Beckley, W. Va. 


WELLSBURG NATIONAL BANK 

Wellsburg, West Virginia 
Member F.D.I. C, 


EXCLUSIVE SHOP 

110 South Fourth Street 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


DARINKA'S 

Women's Fashion Center 

and Bridal Salon 

Hotel Morgan 

Morgantown, West Va. 


A. W. Dice Company 

Sporting Goods 

87 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa., 438-1431 


MAUNZ 

Individual Shop For Men 
Clarksburg Fairmont 



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