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This Is Fairmont 
State College . . . 

Fairmont State College, a coeducational institution was 
founded in 1865, and established as a state institution in 1867 
known as Fairmont State Normal School. It became Fairmont 
State Teachers College in 1931 and the name Fairmont State 
College was adopted in 1943. 

Steady growth has marked its more than a century of 
providing an enlightened environment for the education for 
students from all over America. In the past decade, the size of 
its student body, as well as its facilities and programs, have 
increased in response to its principal objective, that of 
educating its students as intelligent and productive citizens of 
the twentieth century. 




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PAGE 2 — CENTER LEFT: The architectural 
beauty of the Hunt-Haught Science Hall is 
reflected in the modern design of its stairway. 
BOTTOM: A picturesque view of the two year 
old Hunt-Haught Science Hall at night. 




THIS PAGE — TOP: The fading light of day enchances the distinctive 
FSC Dining Hall. CENTER LEFT: Students hurry to class from the 
Student Center, hub of free time activity. CENTER RIGHT: The sign 
that represents more than a century of progress in education. 
BOTTOM: A panoramic view of the newest buildings on the Fairmont 
State Campus. 



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The need of education never stops on the FSC campus. 
During the summer, the college offers two terms of summer 
school with a variety of courses offered for the summer school 
students. 

But along with its academic program the FSC campus also 
offers a vast array of activities for both students and citizens 
of Fairmont. From productions of the Masguers Town and 
Gown Players to parties thrown by the Student Council to 
maintenance work, the campus stays alive throughout the year 
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THIS PAGE — TOP: A volleyball game played by summer 
school students at a picnic given by Student Council. LEFT: 
Associate Deans of Student Affairs, A. Neil Frye and Miss 
Lois Muto, enjoy the Student Council pool party at the 12th 
street pool. RIGHT: Two able-bodied members of the 
maintenance staff improving the FSC grounds. 



PAGE 4 — LEFT: A scene from the Summer Tent Theater production of "The 
Unwicked Witch." RIGHT: Pam Poling, a member of the FSC Summer Tent 
resident company paints the billboard announcing the coming attractions. 
BOTTOM: "The surrey with the fringe on top" scene from "Oklahoma," 
another Summer Tent production. 



Entertainment 



Various types of entertainment were provided this year 
through the efforts of the FSC Student Council and the 
Student Council Program Committee. With a number of polls 
and elections the governing body of the students attempted 
to bring live entertainment to the campus which would appeal 
to the entire student body. 



THIS PAGE — RIGHT: Cotfee House Circuit singer, Robin Williams, 
provided the first set of the Goose Creek Symphony concert. BOTTOM: An 
enthusiastic crowd gathered at Colebank Gymnasium on September 24 to 
hear Goose Creek Symphony perform. 

PAGE 7 — LEFT: Capricorn Studios recording artist, Livingston Taylor, 
presented last year's Spring Concert. RIGHT: An evening of hypnotic 
entertainment by Kolish, captured the minds as well as the fascination of the 
attentive audience. BOTTOM: The Dawson Boys inaugurated the FSC Tap 
Room with three nights of country and folk music at the first Coffee House of 
the 1972-73 year. 




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Homecoming 1972 

Students, Alumni and guests crowded into Rosier Field 
for the 1972 Homecoming festivities October 6. The 
highlight of the Homecoming weekend was the crowning 
of the queen, Christine Maurer, at the Coronation Bait 
after she was announced as FSC's Homecoming Queen 
at halftime activities. 



PAGE 8 — TOP: Sweet Azz performed at the 1972 Homecoming 
Concert October 6 in the Student Center Ballroom. LEFT: Falcon 
defenders rush the Salem Tigers running play. RIGHT: President Eston 
K. Feaster presents the 1972 Homecoming Queen, Christine Maurer 
escorted by Mike Tonkovich, with a stadium bouquet at halftime 
activities. 

THIS PAGE — TOP: Miss Christine Maurer, Homecoming Queen 
reigns over the Coronation Ball. BOTTOM: The 1972 Homecoming 
Court. From left; Patty Lilly, delegate at large; Laura Little, junior 
representative; Diane Taylor, 1971 Homecoming Queen; Christine 
Maurer, 1972 Homecoming Queen; Shannon Sturm, freshman 
representative and Ruth Ryan, senior representative. 




Sports 



An active part in many students lives 
is that of sports. On the FSC campus, 
sports play an important and distinctive 
roll. With the combination of men's and 
women's varsity intercollegiate sports 
and intramural sports, almost every 
student interested in participating in 
sports is able. 



THIS PAGE — RIGHT: Wheeling contender 
moves in to block lay-up by an eager Falcon 
player. 

PAGE I I — LEFT TOP: New Falcon head 
football coach, Bill Kerr, debates officiating at 
Homecoming game. TOP RIGHT: Fast pedaling 
Ruth Ryan tries to win her sorority points at one 
of the many events of Greek Week. CENTER 
RIGHT: FSC sorority coed high jumps in another 
Greek Week event. BOTTOM: FSC soccer team 
attempts to gain control of the ball as opposition 
goalie stands ready to fend off an attack. 




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Students at Fairmont State College have a variety of 
departments and divisions ready to serve them and their 
needs. With a break down of thirteen divisions, the FSC 
student has a choice to enter into practically any field he 
wishes. 

Twelve major buildings occupy the eighty acre campus 
which house the various departments and divisions which range 
from. Fine Arts to Industrial-Technical Education. 

From its Governing Board to its Administration and faculty, 
Fairmont State College has upheld a long tradition of meeting 
the students' reguirements. 



THIS PAGE — Dr. Ryan lectures to one of her classes on various history 
topics. BOTTOM: Lab experiments require time and concentration in the busy 
day of students and faculty alike. 

PAGE 13 — TOP: Some hopeful lab students perform their chores in their 
temporary home at Hunt-Haught Science Hall. LEFT: Another FSC art 
student adds some final touches to one of his paintings. RIGHT: The 
intricacies of the twentieth century American chariot are mastered by 
students in the Industrial Education wing of the Fine Arts Building. 





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THIS PAGE — TOP: Freshman students show their enthusiasm for Big Daddy 
at the capping ceremony. LEFT: It's Snoopy. Or maybe a freshman student 
displaying his talent for Big Daddy. RIGHT: Pretty, young coed, Kay Cottrill, 
steals a relaxing moment on the steps of the Student Center. 




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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 



The Academic Affairs Office and the Dean of Academic 
Affairs are directly responsible to the President for academic 
affairs. This office is responsible for the establishment of 
academic policy with the advice of the Academic Affairs 
Council and the Faculty Senate. The Dean of Academic 
Affairs has the authority to regulate actions of offices and 
faculty in the academic area and he serves as chief officer of 
the Academic Affairs Council. 




DR. WILLIAM A. BORAM 
Dean of Academic Affairs 




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GALEN F. DULING 
Associate Dean of 
Academic Affairs for 
Teacher Education 




DR. PAUL E. EDWARDS 
Associate Dean of 
Academic Affairs 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 
AFFAIRS 





PAUL V. YOST 

Dean of Administrative Affairs 



The Office of Administrative Affairs and the Dean of 
Administrative Affairs are directly responsible to the President 
for administrative affairs. The Dean has the authority to 
regulate the actions of all offices in the administrative area 
and he is responsible for the establishment of administrative 
policies with the advice of the Institutional Affairs Council. He 
has the authority to serve as chief officer of the Institutional 
Affairs Council and is responsible for planning and 
maintenance of college physical facilities and personnel. 










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HOMER W. COX 
Business Manager 



ALVA J. RICE JR. 
Assistant Business Manager 



HAROLD B. LAWSON 
Director of Physical 
Facilities 



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STUDENT AFFAIRS 



The Dean of Student Affairs is directly responsible to the 
President for the development of supportive educational, 
social and cultural programs. He serves on various policy- 
making committees and works toward effecting better 
communication between students and administration. The 
Dean, through consultation with the Student Affairs Council 
and the Fairmont State College Student Government, 
coordinates all programs and services designed to enhance the 
student's pursuit toward an educational goal. 

The services provided by the various Student Affairs 
Offices include: orientation, housing, financial aid, placement, 
counseling and testing, health services, bookstore, food 
service, student activities, and student organizations. All these 
services are designed to further the concept that a college 
education is more than classroom experiences. 




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Dean of Student Affairs 
GEORGE E. CANNON 






HUNTER J. CONRAD 
Associate Dean of Student 
Affairs 



A. NEIL FRYE 

Associate Dean of Student 

Affairs 



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OTIS H. MILAM 

Registrar and Director of 
Admissions 




LOIS E. MUTO 

Associate Dean of Student 

Affairs 






PETER E. PELL 

Associate Dean of Student 

Affairs 



OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 




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L. O. BICKEL 
Bookstore Manager 





JOHN G. CONAWAY 
Assistant Registrar and 
Director of Admissions 



FRANK PULICE JR. 
Director of Food Services 



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DR. BILLY G. DUNN 

Director of Institutional Research 

The Office of Institutional Research is directly responsible to the President for the 
institutional research of the college itself. The director is responsible for compiling 
information concerning the costs of programs, enrollment and long range plans for 
college development. The office serves as a source of information for budget needs, 
and faculty plans, in a guantitative manner. 

The director is also the coordinator for Institutional Federal Programs, other than 
federal student aid. 

This office is also responsible for the liaison between the Board of Regents and the 
college by compiling and submitting guantitative data to the respective Board in 
reference to the Institutional programing. 




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EARL N. STRAIGHT 
Director of Public Relations 

The Public Relations Office provides a weekly news report of college activities to 
all state newspapers, both weekly and daily. The office is also responsible for weekly 
reports to all radio and T.V. stations. 

The office designs and prints brochures and pamphlets for the college and its 
divisions, handles all alumni activities and publications, and receives requests for 
speakers and programs from the local area. All printing at the campus print shop and 
at the commercial shops, carrying the Fairmont State College seal, insignias, or the 
name Fairmont State College, must have the approval of this office. 

The Director of Public Relations is directly responsible to the President for the 
functions of this office. 




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W. R. WILSON 
Director of Athletics 

The Director of Athletics is responsible to the President for the activities of the 
Athletic and Physical Education Departments. 

This office is responsible for the planning of athletic competitions, financing and 
transportation for these events, and the purchasing and procurement of uniforms and 
equipment for the athletic teams and the physical education department. 



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DIVISION OF 
COMMERCE 



The Division of Commerce offers the student several choices 
in his selection of a major field of study. Under the B.S. 
degree the student may obtain a degree in Business 
Administration with a concentration in General Business, 
Economics, or Accounting. Also under the B.S. degree is the 
possibility of majoring in Office Administration. 

In the A.B. in Education the student may earn a degree in 
Business Education-Comprehensive or Business Education- 
Secretarial. 

In the area of two-year programs, the student may select 
Accounting, Secretarial or Clerical. 



JAYNES, EDGAR 
Prof.; Business Chairman 




BAKER, WILLIAM 
Instructor, Economics 
BURNS, DORIS 
Asst. Prof.; Business 
BURNS, RUTH ANN 
Asst. Prof.; Business 



FOX, RICHARD 
Assoc. Prof.; Economics 
GICK, ALAN 
Asst. Prof.; Business 
GOULD, MARVIN 
Asst. Prof.; Business 
HARMAN, GLENN 
Asst. Prof.; Business 



HORNE, NANCY 
Instructor; Business 
LAUGHLIN, WILLIAM JR. 
Asst. Prof.; Economics 
NICHOLS, EMILY 
Instructor; Business 
PETRO, FLORA 
Asst. Prof.; Business 



POTESTA, DR. WOODROW 
Prof.; Business 
POTTER, WILLIAM 
Instructor; Economics 
SCHAUPP, DR. FRED 
Asst. Prof.; Business, Economics 
SCHULTZBANK, PHILIP 
Asst. Prof.; Business 




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COUNSELING CENTER 




SHAFFER, WILLIAM 
Asst. Prof.; Psychology 
Director 



The Student Counseling Center operates for the purpose of 
providing a setting whereby students may, with the help of a 
professional counselor, seek realistic decisions pertaining to 
academic-vocational or personal-social problems. The 
counselors are professionals trained in clinical practice and 
counseling psychology. All student records are treated as 
confidential information and set apart from other . records of 
the college. No information is released on or off campus 
without the knowledge and written consent of the student. 
Students utilize the services of the center on a strictly 
voluntary basis. 




FERRISE, RICHARD 
Counselor 
FOUGHT, VICKI 
Counselor 

JULIAN, WILLIAM 
Counselor 
YOST, ROBERT 
Counselor 




The Counseling Center of Fairmont State College, 
located behind Colebank Gymnasium. 



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DIVISION OF EDUCATION 



The education of teachers at Fairmont State College 
is designed to utilize the cooperative functions of the 
several subject matter areas and the division of 
professional education. The philosophy of the College is 
that adeguate preparation for teaching reguires rich and 
comprehensive experiences in the area of general 
education, concentration in a comprehensive or in two of 
the subject matter fields, and the development of 
certain attitudes, skills and understanding which 
characterize effective teaching. 

Fairmont State College offers teaching curricula 
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Education. 
Students satisfactorily completing the teaching 
curriculum in a given area will gualify for a Professional 
Certificate grades K-8, 1-9, 1-12 or 7-12. 



HADLEY, DR. HARRY 

Assoc. Prof.; Education Chairman 




ARNOLD, EUGENE, DR. 
Prof.; Education 
BURGESS, WAYLAND JR. 
Assoc. Prof.; Education 



CLARKE, DR. PAUL 
Prof.; Education 

CUNNINGHAM, DR. GLENNIS 
Prof.; Education 
DOOLITTLE, DR. MARGARET 
Prof.; Education 



FITZGERALD, RUSSELL DR. 
Asst. Prof.; Education 
GRELLA, MICHAEL 
Asst. Prof.; Education 
JOHNSON, DR. LOWELL 
Asst. Prof.; Education 

Mclaughlin, dr. earl 

Prof.; Education 



NAILLER, BARBARA 
Asst. Prof.; Education 
PHILLIPS, DR. WILLIAM 
Assoc. Prof.; Education 
PRIESTER, HARRY 
Assoc. Prof.; Education 
WILLARD, MARGARET 
Assoc. Prof.; Education 




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DIVISION OF 
FINE ARTS 




WELLOCK, RICHARD 
Assoc. Prof.; Music 
Chairman 



The Division of Fine Arts houses the departments of Music 
and Art. 

Fairmont State College offers studies in art leading toward 
the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Art for non-teaching, and 
Bachelor of Arts in Art Education for teachers. 

The Art curriculum and activities support a commitment to 
provide the highest professional education for the creative 
artist, the art teacher and the scholar of the arts. 

The Music Department offers a major and minor in the 
Bachelor of Arts degree and a comprehensive music major and 
a music minor and elementary specialization under the 
Bachelor of Arts in Education degree. 

The department provides excellent musical instruction for its 
students through a highly qualified professional staff of 
performing and teaching professors, a constantly improving 
and varied curriculum, and a series of sequential musical 
experiences and studies in all music degree programs. 



ASHTON, JOHN 
Asst. Prof.; Music 
BROOKS, JAMES 
Assoc. Prof.; Art 
GRAY, LOWELL 
nstructor; Music 




HAMILTON, DONALD 
Asst. Prof.; Music 
MIECZNIKOWSKI, RICHARD 
Asst. Prof.; Art 
MOERK, DR. ALICE 
Assoc. Prof.; Music 
MOODY, FRANCES 
Assoc. Prof.; Music 



SCHOOLEY, ANNE 
Instructor; Music 
SCHOOLEY, JOHN 
Asst. Prof.; Music 
SPRINGMAN, CHARLES 
Instructor; Music 
TAYLOR, DR. JOHN 
Asst. Prof.; Music 



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DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS 



Home Economics has the dual role of first developing 
concepts, skills and values that contribute to family life and 
secondly, teaching these skills for gainful employment. It has 
drawn basic principles from the fine arts, physical sciences, 
social sciences and practical arts, applying them to human 
development and family living. Home Economics includes a 
study of: enjoyable foods that are nutritionally adeguate; 
artistic clothing that is inexpensive; convenient houses that are 
comfortable; consumer knowledge of time, money and energy; 
and families in which child rearing and relationships are 
understood so as to improve family life. 



HESS, MELVA 
Assoc. Prof.; Home 
Economics Chairman 




NESSELROAD, JOANNA 
Asst. Prof.; Home Economics 
RADCLIFF, JUDITH 
Instructor; Home Economics 
RYMER, JEANNE 
Instructor; Home Economics 
SKAGGS, RUTH 
Asst. Prof.; Home Economics 





Fashionable FSC coeds model clothes they have designed by themselves. 



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DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL-TECHNICAL 
EDUCATION 




FOWLER, DWIGHT 

Assoc. Prof.; Industrial-Technical 

Education Chairman 



The division of Industrial-Technical Education is 
organized to present programs including Industrial Arts, 
Engineering Technology, and a two-year Technical 
curriculum. Industrial Arts provides a teaching field for 
those interested in secondary education. Engineering 
Technology as a major for those pursuing the Bachelor of 
Science degree leads to industrial employment at the 
middle management level. The two-year technical 
curriculum is designed to teach the job-entry skills with 
an educational foundation on which to build advanced 
studies. 




BATSON, DAVID 

Asst. Prof.; Industrial-Technical Education 

FREDERICK, ARTHUR 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 

GARNER, CLIFFORD 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 



GOODWIN, JAMES 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 

HERRING, LEWIS 

Assoc. Prof.; Industrial-Technical Education 

LEONARD, LOY 

Asst. Prof.; Industrial-Technical Education 

MILLS, JAMES 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 



NUNNALLY, THOMAS 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 

PHEASANT, JOHN 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 

PHILLIPS, WALTER 

Asst. Prof.; Industrial-Technical Education 

SHERREN, DAVID 

Assoc. Prof.; Industrial-Technical Education 



SWANSON, ALLAN 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM 

Instructor; Industrial-Technical Education 

WHITEMAN, RICHARD 

Asst. Prof; Industrial-Technical Education 

WISE, KENNETH 

Prof.; Industrial-Technical Education 



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DIVISION OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 



The Division of Language and Literature is composed of the departments of 
English, French, German, Journalism and Library Science. 

The English program is designed to provide instruction in the English language 
and in literature written in English as part of the college's educational program, 
thereby developing increased proficiency in communication skills and encouraging 
judgement and appreciation of the values of literature for the individual and for 
society. 

The fields of French and German takes into consideration instruction in 
civilization and culture in all programs. Students preparing to teach language and 
those preparing for the fields of international relations, have available a series of 
courses in conversation and composition to establish these advanced skills. 

The Journalism program is designed to meet the needs of both teaching and 
non-teaching students. Its objectives are to develop an awareness of the 
tremendous impact of the mass media on society and to build a knowledge of the 
history of communications, its importance, laws, ethics and limitations of its 
freedom. 

The chief function of the Library Science curriculum is to prepare students for 
careers in elementary or secondary school librarianship. 



JACKSON, DR. BYRON 
Prof.; English Chairman 




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CONN, ROBERT 
Asst. Prof.; French 
JONES, MARILYN 
Assoc. Prof.; English 
MORGAN, ANNE 
Instructor; English 
NEWCOME, MILDRED 
Assoc. Prof.; English 



SONNENSHEIN, DR. RICHARD 
Assoc. Prof.; English 
SWEENEY, CHRISTIANE 
Asst. Prof.; French 
TEAHAN, JOHN 
Asst. Prof.; English 
WATSON, BART 
Asst. Prof.; English 



CAVANAUGH, DR. JEAN 
Prof.; English 

COPELAND, MARGARET 
Assoc. Prof.; English 




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DIVISION OF LIBRARY 
SCIENCE 



The chief functions of the Library Science curriculum is to 
prepare students for careers in elementary or secondary school 
librarianship. To this purpose all of the courses emphasize 
school library applications. The program also provides an 
introduction to library science for students interested in going 
on to graduate study in the library field. Moreover, other 
students, regardless of subject interests or career goals, can 
profitably elect courses from the library science offerings. 




HUPP, MARY 
Asst. Prof.; Library 
POWELL, RUTH ANN 
Asst. Prof.; Library 
SIMONOF, JEAN E. 
Asst. Prof.; Library 



BOTTOM: One million dollar addition to the FSC 
Library under construction. 





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DIVISION OF MATHEMATICS 



Students who major in Mathematics may satisfy the 
requirements for at least one of five options: the Bachelor of 
Arts in Mathematics as preparation for graduate study in 
Mathematics, the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics as 
preparation for work in computing or for graduate study in 
computer science or the Bachelor of Arts in Education (with a 
single teaching field, a comprehensive teaching field, or a 
subject specialization as preparation for teaching 
Mathematics). 



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LaRUE, DR. JAMES A. 
Prof.; Mathematics 
Chairman 



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DUNLEVY, JAMES O. 
Asst. Prof.; Mathematics 
LARKIN, MARGARET 
Assoc. Prof.; Mathematics 
ROWE, MELANIE JEANNE 
Instructor; Mathematics 
SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM 
Assoc. Prof.; Mathematics 






Miss Larkin, making use of audio-visual aids, instructs her class through the use 
of an over-head projector. 



Solving a math equation, Mr. Schneider proves to his class that the problen 
can be worked out. 



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DEPARTMENT OF NURSING EDUCATION 




MILLER DR. MARTHA 
Prof.; Nursing Chairman 



The two-year technical or semi-professional nursing program 
is designated to prepare beginning practitioners of nursing at 
the staff level. The curriculum includes a balance between 
nursing and non-nursing courses; learning experiences in the 
college and clinical laboratories make up a major portion of 
the nursing courses. Clinical labs may include the local 
hospital, clinics, schools, home for the aged and the state 
hospital at Weston. 




CAPLAN, DEBORAH 
Instructor, Nursing 
FOX, DOROTHY 
Asst. Prof.; Nursing 
GRIMSLEY, BARBARA 
Instructor, Nursing 



MEIGHEN, MARY 
Instructor, Nursing 
ODELL, NANCY 
Instructor, Nursing 
SCOTT, CAROL SUE 
Instructor, Nursing 




Mrs. Fox, with the aid of a nursing student, 
discusses the responsibilities of .the post-op nurse. 



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DIVISION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



The Division of Health Education, Physical Education and 
Recreation offers programs in Physical Education associated 
with both the Bachelor of Arts in Education and the Bachelor 
of Science degrees. 

In the Bachelor of Science curriculum, a major program of 
study is offered in Physical Education for students interested in 
pursuing careers other than teaching which require knowledge 
in the area of Physical Education. In the Bachelor of Arts in 
Education curriculum, the following programs are offered: a 
major teaching field in Physical Education, grades 7 through 
12 and a subject specialization in Physical Education, grades I 
through 9 or 7 through 9. The purpose of the program is to 
prepare teachers for instruction in Physical Education at the 
elementary, middle school, junior high and high school levels. 



SKINNER, DR. C. 
WALDON 

Prof.; Physical Education 
Chairman 




ARCURE, MARTIN 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 

BUNDY, JOSEPH 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 



DUVALL, HAROLD 

Assoc. Prof.; Physical Education 

FLEMING, LUCY 

Instructor; Physical Education 

HENDERSON, JAMES 

Instructor; Physical Education 



HILL, LARRY 

Instructor; Physical Education 

KERR, WILLIAM 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 

MAHANEY, STEPHEN 

Instructor; Physical Education 

McCUTCHEON, GARY 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 



McGRATH, LINDA 

Instructor, Physical Education 

NEPTUNE, MARLYN 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 

RETTON, JOSEPH 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 

WARD, JEAN 

Asst. Prof.; Physical Education 




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DIVISION OF SCIENCE 




RUOFF, DR. WILLIAM 

Assoc. Prof. Chemistry 
Chairman 



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The Division of Science houses the departments of Biology, 
Chemistry, Geology, Physical Science and Physics. 

The Department of Biology program is designed to service 
both undergraduate non-majors and those pursuing major 
areas of science study in Biological Science leading either to 
an A.B. in Education or the Bachelor of Science degree as wel 
as preparatory programs in pre-professional areas. 

The department of Chemistry offers students either the B.S. 
degree, the A.B. degree or the A.B. in Education. 

The Department of Physics — Physical Science offers a 
minor field for students obtaining a Bachelor of Science or a 
Bachelor of Arts degree. Instruction is offered for students 
entering professions where a fundamental knowledge of 
physics is required. 



AMOS, DR. RAYMOND 
Assoc. Prof.; Biology 
COLEMAN, DR. JAMES 
Prof.; Chemistry 



COLLINS, DR. EDMUND 

Prof.; Physical Science 
CREASY, DR. WILLIAM 
Prof.; Biology 
FORD, ELEANOR 
Prof.; Physics 




HAYNES, DR. STEPHEN 

Asst. Prof.; Physics 

MICHNA, ADAM 

Asst. Prof.; Biology 

NAEGELE, ORVILLE 

Asst. Prof.; Geology, Physical Science 

PRITCHETT, DR. WILLIAM 

Asst. Prof.; Biology 



RICHARDSON, DR. RAYMAN 
Asst. Prof.; Physical Science 
SHAN, DR. ROBERT 
Asst. Prof.; Biology 
SWIGER, DR. ELIZABETH 
Prof.; Chemistry 
TURNER, JAMES 
Instructor; Chemistry 



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DIVISION OF 



WANG, DR. YU SAN 

Prof.; Political Science Chairman 




AYERS, DR. PHYLLIS 
Prof.; History 
CAMERON, DR. ROBERT 
Asst. Prof.; Psychology 
FULDA, DR. MICHAEL 
Asst. Prof.; Political Science 



GATRELL, A. STEVEN 
Asst. Prof.; History 
JOSHI, TULASI DR. 
Asst. Prof.; Geography 
KORNBERG, DR. HARVEY R. 
Asst. Prof.; Political Science 



LENGEL, RICHARD R. 
Assoc. Prof.; History 
MORGAN, MARY E. 
Asst. Prof.; History 
NIEVES, ALVAR L. 
Instructor; Sociology 




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SOCIAL SCIENCE 



The Division of Social Science is composed of the 
Departments of History, Geography, Philosophy, Political 
Science, Psychology and Sociology. 

A full range of courses is available to the History major and 
minor, including extensive coverage of United States and 
European history and surveys of the major regions of the 
world. 

The course offerings in Geography emphasize the earth's 
physical environment and its influences upon the development 
of human culture. The field of Philosophy offers classes which 
pertain to the idea that philosophy examines the premises on 
which systematic thought may rest; it explores the types of 
thought that may be produced in such areas of concern as 
ethics, politics, aesthetics, metaphysics and epistemology. 

A major in Political Science is designed to provide 
understanding of the realities of the modern world for the 
effective discharge of civic responsibility and for those 
students who wish to prepare for positions in government 
service or for the graduate study in international relations, 
law, journalism, teaching, or allied fields. 

The Psychology Curriculum at Fairmont State College 
represents the dynamic place that psychology, the science of 
behavior holds in the evolution of academia and society. 

The Sociology Department attempts to deepen students' 
questioning and understanding of social interaction in its 
various forms and of social and cultural systems. 



PEARSE, RONALD D. 
Asst. Prof.; Psychology 
PEASE, DR. LOUISE McNEILL 
Prof.; History 




PULSIFER, JACK R. 

Assoc. Prof.; History, Philosophy 

REINHARDT, ROBERT 

Asst. Prof.; Political Science 

RYAN, DR. PATRICIA 

Assoc. Prof.; Political Science 

SPRINGER, HUGH 

Asst. Prof.; Education, Philosophy 



VAN HORN, JOANNE 
Asst. Prof.; History 
WARDIAN, W. RICHARD 
Instructor; History 
WHITE, CRAIG C. 
Asst. Prof.; Sociology 
YOUNG, JAMES R. 
Asst. Prof.; Geography 



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DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH AND DRAMA 



Oral communication, man's chief means of communication, 
has as its purpose to gain utilitarian, aesthetic, and 
therapeutic results in effective human interaction. All oral 
communication — public speaking, small group processes, 
theater, speech correction and audiology, radio and television, 
speech education and the allied performance areas are tied 
together by common elements of behavior and technigues. 
The Speech and Drama Department has as its primary aim to 
assist students in understanding these functions, processes and 
effects of oral communication and to teach the principles and 
methods that make the spoken word effective. 



LOUGH, JO ANN 

Asst. Prof.; Speech & Drama 

Chairman 




CHIDESTER, MARY BETH 
Instructor; Speech 
MANLY, CHARLES 
Asst. Prof.; Speech & Drama 
OVERKING, MICHAEL 
Asst. Prof.; Speech & Drama 



SNYDER, SUZANNE 
Asst. Prof.; Speech 
SWANSON, CHARLES 
Assoc. Prof.; Speech & Drama 
WEBER, DANIEL K. 
Instructor, Speech & Drama 








The Masquer's Town and Gown Summer Tent production of 
"The Unwicked Witch" during performance. 



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FACULTY NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 

Balser, Elizabeth 
Bauer, Dr. Robert 
Brock, E. E. 
Brooks, Mona 
Byers, George Dr. 
Cavallaro, Richard 
Church, Dr. Samuel 
Clovis, John C. II 
Collins, Terry 
Crues, Dorothy 
Dumire, Jane 
Eckels, Dr. Larry 
Fitch, John 
Friend, Charlotte 
Friend, Mark 
Gilmer, Jeriel 
Givens, Ruth 
Grattan, Dr. Robert 
Haines, Dr. Billy 
Hales, Dr. James 
Hammel, Stuart 
Hamrick, Robert 
Hunt, Carl 
Hussey, Dr. John 
Jackson, James 
Kennedy, Mary 
King, John 
Liddell, Emil 
Long, Patricia 
Maloney, Frances 
Masters, Robert 
McCormick, Dr. Charles 
Moore, Richard 
Moroose, Dr. Donald 
Nelson, Dr. Carl 
Nigh, James 
Nolf, Marsha 
Nutter, Barbara 
O'Dell, Betty Jean 
Peters, Dr. Dean 
Poston, Dr. Charles 
Poston, Rebecca 
Pudsell, David 
Salvati, Janet 
Sansalone, Dr. Frank 
Saye, Jerry 
Smigocki, Stephen 
Snyder, Barry 
Tilko, George 
Weems, Charles 
Wills, Dr. Jack 
Zivkovic, Peter 



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Patty Angelilli and Tom Arnold talk outside of the 
Nickel. 




Annon, Teresa G., Grafton, 

Elementary Education 
Anselene, Arthur, Fairmont, 

Recreation 
Antolini, Joyce L. Elkins, 

Elementary Education 

Ashcraft, Beverly Ann, Buchannon 
Art 



Atkinson, Bonnie Shaw, Keyser, 

Speech and Drama 
Baker, Elizabeth Jean, Weirton, 

Psychology 
Barnett, Ann, Clarksburg, 

Elementary Education 
Bartholow, Margaret, Baxter, 

Home Economics 



Bartlett, Pamela, Philippi, 

Secretarial Studies 
Bartlett, Virginia F., Grafton, 

Elementary Ed. 
Batson, Edra Mae, Metz, Business 

Education 
Bea II, Louise Rae, Cumberland, 

Maryland, Physical Education 



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Jeall, Sally Jo, Mannington, 

English 
lee, Jeanne Mane, Clarksburg, 

Physical Education 
Bennett, Susan Ann, Buckhannon, 

Secretarial Studies 
Seymer, Pamela, Philippi, 

Elementary Education 



5iddle, Pauline, Fairmont, Music 
Siller, Kathy Jane, Elkins, Nursing 
Sishop, Marie Alice, Westover, 

Nursing 
Jitonti, Veronica J., Fairmont, 

Secretarial Studies 



Board, Gene Alan, Fairmont, 

Industrial Arts 
Boggess, Leslie Eugene, Fairmont, 

Art 
Boggess, Tanya, Fairmont, 

Nursing 
Boggs, Margaret Louise, Sutton, 

Home Economics 



Bolte, Roderick, S., Fairmont, 

Industrial Arts 
Bolyard, Pamela Jo, Fairmont, 

Social Studies 
Boroski, Larry, Fairmont, Industrial 

Arts 
Boyer, Joanne J., Fairmont, Social 

Studies 



SENIOR 
CLASS OF 73 



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Sraskey, John George, 

Grantsville, Maryland, Physical 

Education 
5reckenridge, Larry D., Fairmont, 

Engineering 
5redon, Patricia Dian, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Jrenneman, Douglas Alan, 

Fairmont, Elementary Education 



Jrinkley, Elizabeth J., Shinnston, 

Physical Education 
Srown, Joyce, Shinnston, Biology 
5rown, Sandra K., Fairmont, 

Physical Education 
irown Stanley David, Fairmont, 

Sociology 



Brunetti, Sam A., Clarksburg, 

Music 
Buretz, Barbara Ann, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Butler, Sara F., Vienna, Social 

Studies 
Byrd, Judith Arlene, Shinnston, 

Social Studies 



Cady, Barbara R., Fairmont, 

Sociology 
Cain, Nancy Ellen, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Campbell, Debra Jean, Grafton, 

Social Studies 
Capozzi, Monica Jean, Hepzibah, 

Elementary Education 



Carder, Rita Darlene, Bruceton, 

Math 
Carse, Christopher Glen, 

Sistersville, Engineering 

Technology 
Casseday, Jeffrey H., Tunnelton, 

Physical Education 
Cecchinelli, Gary A., Fairmont, 

Physical Education 




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Senior class officers are: Art Anselene, 
secretary-treasurer; Susan Bradshaw, vice- 
president; and John Lacaria, president. 




Channell, Charles Edward, 

Petersburg, Art and Drama 
Channel, Kathy Elizabeth, 

Fairmont, Speech and Drama 
Chefren, Charles Paul, Fairmont, 

Business Administration 
Clagett, Catherine G., Fairmont, 

Home Economics 



Clayton, Sherry Darlene, 

Clarksburg, Elementary 

Education 
Coffman, Linda Dale, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Cole, Laura Rae, Fairmont, Home 

Economics 
Collins, Kenneth Alan, Nitro, 

Music 



Connell, Doris Jean, Fairmont, 

Home Economics 
Conwell, Cynthia Diane, Ripley, 

Home Economics 
Cook, Elizabeth Ann, Fairmont, 

Music 
Cook, Franklin Lee, Frostburg, 

Maryland, Physical Education 



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Copestick, Mary Jane, Fairmont, Elementary 

Education 
Cottnll, Bernice Marion, Clarksburg, Socia 

Studies 
Courtney, Robert, Fairmont, Electrica 

Technology 



Cox, Donald Wayne, Cameron, Psychology 
Cox, Martha L, Clarksburg, Nursing 
Cropp, Alice, Lumberport, Home Economics 



Cross, Clark Edgar, Pine Grove, 

History 
Crutchfield, David, Burnsville, 

Business Administration 
Cunningham, Linda S., Newell, 

Elementary Education 
Curry, David, Fairmont, Biology 



Davis, Ann Mascak, Shinnston, 

Elementary Education 
Davisson, Deborah S., 

Westernport, Maryland, Home 

Economics 
Davisson, Jane Lynn, Clarksburg, 

Elementary Education 
DeBalski, Beverly K., Fairmont, 

Nursing 



Delaney, Deborah W., Fairview, 

Speech and Drama 
DeVaul, Sidney Reed, 

Mannington, Business 

Administration 
Diamond, Nancy, Clarksburg, 

Sociology 
Dreisinger, Thomas, Fairmont, 

Physical Education 




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Edwards, Laura Jean, New 

Martinsville, Speech and Drama 
Erickson, Paulette, Mercersburg, 

Pennsylvania, Home Economics 
Evans, Joyce L, Monongah, 

Elementary Education 
Faith, Bonita Jo, Berkeley Springs, 

Art 



Faulknier, Loretta, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Fazio, Mary Chris, Monongah, 

Business Comprehensive 
Feathers, Jerry Ray, Fairmont, 

Chemistry 
Fisher, Shelia Ann, Stonewood, 

Nursing 



Fleming, Richard B., Fairmont, 

Language Arts 
Flynn, Barbara Jean, Weirton, 

Elementary Education 
Foltin, Sherrill Lee, Central City, 

Pennsylvania, Elementary 

Education 
Ford, Elizabeth P., Fairmont, 

English 



Fox, Mary, Fairmont, English 
Fragale, Deborah Glover, 

Fairmont, English 
Fratto, Libby, Weirton, 

Secretarial Studies 
Frazier, Connie Lynn, Fairmont, 

English 



Frazier, Craig Charles, 

Parkersburg, Industrial 

Education 
Friend, Carol, Fairmont, 

Secretarial Studies 
Friend, Thomas Lynn, Sutton, 

Social Studies 
Fries, Carolyn Anne, Parkersburg, 

Sociology 



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Fullerton, David Martin, Gerard, Pennsylvania, 

Physical Education 
Gainer, Nellie, Shinnston, Art 
Genevie, Gayle Emery, Fairmont, Speech and 

Drama 



Genevie, Michael Paul, Fairmont, Speech and 

Drama 
Germano, Robert A., Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 

Business Administration 
Ghrist, Carol Ann, Connellsville, Elementary 

Education 



Gibbons, Yvonne, Fairmont, Physical Education 
Gonsorcik, Mary Jo, Clarksburg, Elementary 

Education 
Gowers, Cledith Paul, Monongah, Industrial 

Technology 




Michael Robinson, Lambert 
Echols, William Robinson, 
and James Temple break 
from their card game to 
smile for the camera. 




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Grafton, Victor Leroy, Aberdeen, Maryland, 

Industrial Education 
Greaver, David Lee, Shinnston, Physical 

Education 
Gregory, Anthony F., Baltimore, Maryland, Art 



Grose, Patsy Dianne, Fairmont, Elementary 

Education 
Groves, Hubert H., Mannington, Social Studies 
Gulas, Ethel, Clarksburg, Elementary Education 



Gustafson, Mark Eric, Silver Springs, Maryland, 

Industrial Education 
Gwinn, Thelma Jean, Richwood, Home 

Economics 
Hagan, Christine Ann, Kingwood, Home 

Economics 



Hall, Cathy Lynn, Fairmont, Secretarial Studies 
Hall, Debbie L, Sistersville, Nursing 
Harding, Donna, Fairmont, Nursing 



Harris, Gregory Wayne, Fairmont, Psychology 
Hargett, Ronald Gary, Ravenswood, Social 

Studies 
Harris, Suellen, Enterprise, Clerical Studies 



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Haught, Deborah Marie, 

Fairmont, Elementary Education 
Haught, Helen, Fairview, 

Elementary Education 
Haught, Stanley Jay, Mannington, 

Physical Education 
Hawkins, Cheryl L, Fairmont, 

Business Education 



Hawkins, Debbie Lee, Oxen Hill, 

Maryland, Elementary 

Education 
Hawkins, Rodney D., Fairmont, 

Industrial Arts 
Hay, David L, Worthington, Art 
Heaney, Ross William, Rivesville, 

Industrial Education 



Hendrick, George Edgar, 

Fairmont, Business 

Administration 
Hildebrand, Dale Ann, 

Middletown, New Jersey, 

Home Economics 
Hill, Judith Ann, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Hinerman, Donna, Mannington, 

Physical Education 



Hitt, Lawrence Ralph, Moorefield, 

Elementary Education 
Holbert, Polly Lynne, Bridgeport, 

Elementary Education 
Howell, Kathi, Fairmont, Home 

Economics 
Humphrey, Boyd C Fairmont, 

Industrial Arts 



Hurt, Vickie Lynn, Barrackville, 

Secretarial Studies 
Hyde, Roberta Lynn, Salem, 

Elementary Education 
Hyde, Shelley Bea, Clarksburg, 

Physical Education 
Iguinto, JoAnn, Clarksburg, 

Business Administration 




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Ml:A& 




:*»>, j 







Jackson, Alexander Earl, Fairmont, Engineering 

Technology 
Jenkins, Sebra Gall, Grafton, Nursing 
Johnson, Deborah O., Fairmont, Elementary 

Education 



Johnson, Rex Ray, Fairmont, Industrial Arts 
Jones, Jerrelle J., Weirton, French 
Jones, Linda Jane, Fairmont, Social Studies 
Comp. 



Kamicker, Debra Maria, Aliquippa, Accounting 
Keener, Gary E., Morgantown, Business 
Keiffer, Sandy Kay, Leewood, Nursing 



Keller, Gloria Jean, Lower Burred, Home 

Economics 
Kijowski, Michael L, Kittanning, Mathematics 
King, James Russell, Grafton, Chemistry 



King, Paula, Nitro, Sociology 

Kisner, Howard A., Fairmont, Engineering 

Technology 
Kittle, Helen Louise, Fairmont, English 



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Klaus, John Walter, Mt. Pleasant, Music 

Klotz, Sylvia, Lost Creek, Elementary Education 

Knight, Debbie A., Clarksburg, Nursing 



Knight, Donna L, Clarksburg, Physical Education 
Koliscak, Malcolm J., Fayette City, Pennsylvania, 

Physical Education 
Koubal, Karl George, Seven Hills, Industrial Arts 



Kovach, Cleta Sue, Kingmont, Psychology 
Kovach, Harriet Viola, Clarksburg, Elementary 

Education 
Kuznicki, Joseph Jr., Pittsburgh, Industrial 

Education 



Lacaria, John B., Clarksburg, Business 

Administration 
Lallone, Carol S., Wellsburg, English 
LaMaster, Cynthia Ann, Charleston, Elementary 

Education 



Land, Pamela Michell, Detroit, Elementary 

Education 
Lantz, Brenda Ellen, Buckhannon, Sociology 
Lantz, Linda Diana, Buckhannon, Elementary 

Education 




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Two students relax between classes on the school 
lawn. 




Lashley, Carol Ann, 'Fairmont, Math 
Laughlin, G. Edward, Shinnston, Business 

Administration 
Law, Gary David, Clarksburg, Engineering 

Technology 



Lehman, John Robert, Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 

Industrial Education 
Lemley, David L., Ellenboro, Business 

Administration 
Lewis, Carolyn June, Beverly, Elementary 

Education 



Lienhardt, Richard John, Johnstown, 

Pennsylvania, Elementary Education 
Lilly, Nancy L., Glen Easton, Music 
Linaburg, Victoria Lynn, Franklin, Nursing 



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Lipan, Leslie, Weirton, Elementary 

Education 
Little, Laura Lee, Fairmont, 

Nursing 
Lloyd, Susan L, Philippi, Social 

Studies 
Loar, Cathy Lou, Grafton, Social 

Studies 



Longstreth, Linda Sue, 

Mannington, Physical Education 
Loretta, Samuel Robert, 

Clarksburg, Social Studies 
Low, Robert Pershing, 

Parkersburg, Industrial 

Education 
Lowther, Donnie Kay, Clarksburg, 

Biology 



Luscher, Linda K., Follansbee, Elementary 

Education 
Madia, Angela Rose, Clarksburg, Home Economics 
Makin, Pradit, Bangkok, Thailand, Business 

Administration 



Malone, Barbara L, Fairmont, Nursing 
Malone, William, Fairmont, Physical Education 
Mansfield, Robbyn Lynn, Chester, Elementary 
Education 



Markel, Dennis Roy, Fairmont, Industrial Arts 
Markley, Charlotte Anne, Wilsonburg, Social 

Studies 
Marshall, Andrew, Clarksburg, Art 




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Martin, Joseph Patrick, Clarksburg, Elementary Education 
Martinelli, Pete D., Morgantown, Physical Education 
Matkovich, Gregory M., St. Martins, Michigan, Industrial 
Arts 



Maxwell, Donald R., Farmington, Physical Education 
McBride, Harry, Gerrardstown, Economics 
McDougal, Marilyn L, Fairmont, English 



McGee, Mildred L, Rangoon, Elementary Education 
McGlumphy, Karen Sue, Burton, Speech and Drama 
McLaughlin, Lee Preston, Hillsboro, Speech and Drama 



McNeill, Daniel S., Moorefield, 

Business Administration 
Meadows, Susan Kay, Clarksburg, 

Physical Education 
Meal, Gary Allan, Oakdale, 

Pennsylvania, Industrial Arts 
Meglio, James M., Social Studies, 

Penn Hills, Pennsylvania 



Meredith, Diane E., Harresv<!ie, 

Physical Education 
Michael, Clara, Morgantown, 

Home Economics 
Michael, Christine Lea, 

Mannington, Home Economics 
Michalec, David E., Mannington, 

Physical Education 



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Susan Bradshaw waits for her food 
order in the Nickel. 




Middaugh, Janalynn D., Fairmont, 

Home Economics 
Mikulski, Catherine L., Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Miller, Kathryn Lee, Hewett, 

Physical Education 
Miller, Rebecca Ann, Chester, 

Sociology 



Mills, Judy, Fairmont, Elementary 

Education 
Minardi, Diane, Monongah, 

Physical Education 
Minnite, Constance J., Paden 

City, Clerical Studies 
Moats, Elizabeth B., Fairmont, 

Social Studies 



Moran, Doralee Ann, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Morgan, Susan Anne, Fairmont, 

Social Studies 
Mullins, Allen Wayne, Terra Alto, 

Elementary Education 
Mutch, Donald Robert, 

Melbourne, Australia, Art 




56 




Napolillo, Lynn Collette, 

Rivesville, Elementary Education 
Nease, Gay, Buckhannon, 

Elementary Education 
Nester, Patricia Elaine, Grafton, 

Home Economics 
Nester, David Lee, Morgantown, 

Industrial Arts 



Newhouse, Kerry Lynn, 

Nutterfort, Biology 
Nice, Donetta S., Aurora, Business 

Administration 
Nicholson, Jackie R., Normalville, 

Pennsylvania, Elementary 

Education 
O'Conner, Mary Eileen, Fairmont, 

Nursing 



Orwig, Jennings D., Fairmont, 

Business Administration 
Pack, Joan Francine, Fairmont, 

Music 
Papula, Susan Marie, Benwood, 

Secretarial Studies 
Parrish, Sonja Lee, Fairview, 

Secretarial Studies 



Perrin, Diane Rose, Follansbee, Sociology 

Peters, David W., Lumberton, New Jersey, Business 

Administration 
Petrosky, Jeanette, Rock Cave, Elementary Education 



Pettis, Terry Lee, Fairmont, Physics 

Pettit, Gustave J., Neptune, New Jersey, Speech and 

Drama 
Piercy, Linda Sue, Beverly, Elementary Education 



57 



Pilger, Charles R., Buckhannon 

Industrial Arts 
Pitello, Anthony, New York, 

Industrial Arts 
Pituch, Gregory W., New 

Kensington, Pennsylvania, Sc 

Studies 
Poe, Elmer, Elkins, Engineering 

Technology 



Pokrzywa, Eugene J., Clarksburg, 

Psychology 
Polascak, Patsy Ann, Vienna, 

Elementary Education 
Poling, Barbara, Marietta, Ohio, 

Elementary Education 
Polk, Janice, Fairmont, Biology 



Pomykata, Maryann, Mt. Hope, 

Office Administration 
Porter, Belinda Kaye, Mannington, 

Nursing 
Posey, David Robert, Roanoke, 

Engineering Technology 
Post, Richard A., Wolf Summit, 

Business Administration 



Powell, Mary Jo, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Powers, Farmington, Business 

Administration 
Price, Jessie Lee, Fairmont, 

Nursing 
Priester, Barbara O, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 



Proudfoot, David Lee, Millsboro, 

Delaware, Industrial Arts 
Provance, Debbie Ann, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Ramsey, Kimbra June, Burnham, 

Pennsylvania, Elementary 

Education 
Randolph, Rebecca Sue, Lost 

Creek, Elementary Education 




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Rapchick, Judith S., Farmington, 

Biology 
Raspa, Kathryn A., Fairmont, 

Speech and Drama 
Redbrook, Terry Denise, 

Ravenswood, Secretarial 

Studies 
Reed, Janet Lee, Jane Lew, 

Elementary Education 



Regl, Wayne John, Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania, Industrial 

Education 
Renaldo, Randall Timothy, 

Fairmont, Engineering 

Technology 
Renner, Betty Jean, Waynesburg, 

Physical Education 
Renzelli, Mike Francis, Clarksburg, 

Business Administration 



Resczynski, Lawrence Michael, Benwood, Elementary 

Education 
Reynolds, James Robert, Shinnston, Business Administration 
Rice, Deborah J., Coshocton, Ohio, Social Studies 



Richards, Deborah Jean, Shinnston, Nursing 
Ridenour, Patricia Ann, Newburg, Physical Education 
Ridenour, Robert L., Newburg, Math 



Rizzo, Frances, Fairmont, Home Economics 
Rogers, Mardeen King, Fairmont, Biology 
Rollins, Amelia Ellen, Lost Creek, Music 



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Rollins, Geary R., Clarksburg, 

Social Studies 
Rollyson, Rebecca, Fairmont, 

Music 
Romig, Christopher, Port 

Washington, New York, 

Recreation 
Rose, Susan E., Sutton, Recreation 



Ross, Joyce A., Farmington, 

Nursing 
Rotruck, Terry Lee, Keyser, Art 
Rujak, Mariann K., Weirton, 

Nursing 
Ryan, Ruth, Mannington, 

Elementary Education 



Sandridge, Earl Ray, Belington, 

Business Administration 
SanLuis, Lu, Alexandria, Virginia, 

Elementary Education 
Sapp, Sharon, Philippi, Elementary 

Education 
Scalia, Alfred J., Dumont, New 

Jersey, Industrial Education 



Schlarb, Cynthia K., Vienna, 

Elementary Education 
Schmidt, Barbara J., Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Schmuck, Sally, Fairmont, Nursing 
Schrader, Glen L, New 

Martinsville, Political Science 



Scott, Lynn Carol, Elkins, 

Psychology 
Sellers, Jane Ann, Vienna, Art 
Sendek, Leonard J., Belle Vernon, 

Pennsylvania, Elementary 

Education 
Shaffer, Rebecca M., Shinnston, 

Biology 




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Sherbs, Cynthia Lu, Fairmont, Psychology 
Shultz, Donley Kent, Fairmont, Industrial Arts 
Simmons, Sally Anne, Bridgeport, Secretarial 
Studies 



Simonton, Susan, Pennsboro, Sociology 
Skubis, Linda Darlene, Grant Town, Secretarial 

Studies 
Slider, Donna Jean, Paden City, Secretarial Studies 



Smith, Craig W., Fairmont, Sociology 

Smith, Dianne, Fairmont, English 

Smith, Forrest Wayne, Fairmont, Biology 



Smith, Joan Elizabeth, Clarksburg, Business 

Administration 
Smith, Lucinda, Fairmont, Social Studies 
Smith, Patricia Lynn, Parkersburg, Elementary 

Education 



Smith, Sherry A., Barrackville, Elementary 

Education 
Smith, Virginia Rae, Fairmont, Physical Education 
Snodgrass, Charlotte, Harrisville, Elementary 

Education 



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Snyder, Donna T., Ravenswood, 

Business Education 
Sopuch, Gary Lee, Farmington, 

Business Administration 
Spencer, Kathleen, Fairmont, 

English 
Stankerich, Sandra L, Wellsburg, 

Elementary Education 



Stanley, Charles E., Norton, 

Sociology 
Stanley, William L, Fairmont, 

Industrial Education 
Starcher, Linda Jo, Weston, 

Business Education 
Starkey, John D., Center Point, 

Engineering Technology 



Starkey, Marilyn, Friendly, 

Nursing 
Starr, Robert Fay, Mt. Claire, Art 
Stephenson, John W., 

Mannington, Industrial 

Education 
Stevens, Ernest G., Fairmont, 

Accounting 



Stevens, John L., Fairmont, 

Psychology 
Stewart, Katherine, Fairmont, 

Nursing 
Stewart, Nancy R., Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Strippel, Ralph K., Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 



Stumpe, Ron G., Long Valley, 

New Jersey, Psychology 
Summers, Judith Ann, Durbin, 

Speech and Drama 
Summers, Vickie J., Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Swecker, June Renee, Buckhannon, 

Elementary Education 




t tl.fc 




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Swiger, Patricia Janet, Clarksburg, French 

Sypolt, Terrie Kaye, Fairmont, English 

Taggart, Pamela J., Westfield, New Jersey, French 



Taylor, Deborah Marie, Masontown, Elementary 

Education 
Teets, Arthur Ross, Buckhannon, Business Administration 
Templeton, A. Rosemary, Elkins, Elementary Education 



Tennant, Twyla Dawn, Fairview, Business Education 
Theis, Diane Christine, Keyser, Elementary Education 
Thorne, Gary H., Fairmont, Engineering Technology 



Thorne, Sandra Sue, Petersburg, 

Accounting 
Tuttle, Sandy June, Fairmont, 

Nursing 
Ulery, Esther B., Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Uphold, Maryellen, Fairmont, 

Nursing 



Vandegrift, Alice A., Fairmont, 

Home Economics 
Vanscoy, Charlotte Ann, 

Fairmont, Language 
Varner, Mary Joann, Fairmont, 

Sociology 
Varner, Sharon Sue, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 



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Via, Vicki, Frostburg, Maryland, Business Education 
Viglianco, Jeanie Marie, Fairmont, Elementary 

Education 
Vilone, Tina Marie, Fairmont, Music 



Von Kinnan, Judy, Cameron, Nursing 
Ware, Karen Lee, Belington, Physical Education 
Warnick, Patricia Louise, Kingwood, Physica 
Education 



Watach, Constance M., Cumberland, Maryland, 

Elementary Education 
Watts, Bonnie Lee, Mt. Holly, New Jersey, Physica 

Education 
Weisdack, Robert K., Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, 

Physical Education 



White, Rick W., Reedville, 

Social Studies 
Whoolery, Rick G., New 

Martinsville, Social Studies 
Williams, Charlene, Grafton, 

Nursing 
Williams, Joyce E., Fairmont, 

Home Economics 



Williams, Robert, Keyser, 

Biology 
Williams, Susan, Terra Alta, 

Elementary Education 
Williamson, Ann, Fairmont, 

Elementary Education 
Wilmoth, Brenda, Belington, 

History 




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fcfcl 



Wilson, Erie Kay, Fairmont, Home Economics 
Wilson, Pamela Kay, Fairmont, Music 
Wince, Leon C, St. Marys, Chemistry 



Winstel, Louise I., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Nursing 
Wolfe, Donna Kay, Grafton, Elementary Education 
Yates, Andrew Merle, Monongah, Industrial Arts 



Yates, Peggy, Monongah, Elementary Education 

Yerace, Linda Darlene, Fairmont, Psychology 

Yoke, Alan Leslie, Clarksburg, Business Administration 



Zablackas, John M., Weirton, Recreation 
Zabolotny, Janice Marie, Grant Town, Secretarial 

Studies 
Zadylak, Edward J., Connellsville, Business 

Administration 



Zinn, Charles W., Tunnelton, Industrial Education 

Zirkle, Johnny Ray, Fairmont, Biology 

Zukowsky, Christine, Rivesville, Elementary Education 



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Allen, Delores 
Alt, George 
Amos, Alice 
Anderson, Elizabeth 



Anderson, Mark 
Anderson, Patricia 
Arnett, Joanna 
Arnott, Randall 



Auvil, Randy 
Baker, Rebecca 
Bates, Clyde 
Bauer, Charles 



Jee, Larry 
Jeeglly, Patricia 
Jeerbower, Paula 
Jell, Bonnie 





Students perform skit 



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Berry, Rhonda Blumline, Bonfili, Bill 

Blagg, Bruce Margaret Boord, Wanda 

Blevins, Barb Bokey, Pam Bowley, Tony 

Bonasso, Therese 



Boyers, Jim 
Brill, Dennis 
Campbell, Mary 



Carpenter, 

Cheryl 
Chrobak, Diana 
Coleman, Arnie 



Colich, Ellaine 
Cottrill, Kay 
Cox, Pamela 



JUNIOR 
CLASS OF 74 



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Cunningham, Ron 
Curry, Daniel 
Dailey, Joyce 
Dawson, Joeline 
DeCarlo, Linda 



Doman, Vickie 
Draper, Terri 
Dugan, Gene 
Eble, Susan 
Fetty, Mary 



Fluker, Jonnie 
Fox, Kathryn 
Frey, Jeanne 
Giaquinto, Rose 
Golden, Virginia 



Gonzalez, Kathleen 
Greaver, Vikki 
Grogan, Kim 
Haddix, Greg 
Hamden, Barbara 




Students relax at the Student 
Council Pool Party. 




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Hardman, 


Herndon, Pam 


Homono, Tom 


Margaret 


Harris, Erroll 


Hovatter, 


Harman, Phyllis 


Heston, Sheila 


Barbara 


Harper, Lannie 


Hildrith, Jane 


Huey, John 


Harris, William 


Holbrook, Linda 


Huffman, Sharon 


Hayes, Beverly 




Huggins, 
Rebecca 




Hylton, Ronnie 
Ivaun, Betty 



James, Barry 
Janco, Edward 




Junior Class Officers: Jimmie Jo Sachetti, Vice Pres.; and Francine Bovalma, Sec. 
Treas. 



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Lovely Laura Little poses at Homecoming Dance 






Karnis, Sheila 


Ladd, Richard 


Jarrett, Mary 


Kennery, 


Layman, 


Joins, Joyce 


Howard 


Charlotte 


Judy, David 


Knudson, Geoff 


Layman, Curtis 








Leach, Erk 
Leachman, Kurtis 
Leavy, Wendy 
Lemasters, Johanna 
Lenhart, Janice 



Leroy, Joseph 
Lyons, Douglas 
Martin, George 
Mayo, Ida 
McCann, Deborah 




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Joe Dorsey and MaryEllen 
Perry chat in the Nickel. 




McCartney, Kay 
Meade, Kay Francis 
Meo, Kandyce 
Meredith, Edward 
Metzgar, Doris 



Miller, Robert 
Moore, Nancy 
Morgan, Gary 
Mundy, Barbara 
Myers, Patsy 



Nestor, Marilyn 
Nestor, Rebecca 
Newhouse, Robin 
Nichols, Melinda 
Nicholson, Regina 





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Peters, Susan 




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Pinnell, Linda 
Plutro, Michele 


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Pat Cassidy loves her new instructors. 




Poling, Pam 


Prochko, Debbie 


Putian, Dominga 


Poss, Alta 


Proctor, Bill 


Raad, Ingrid 


Post, John 


Pulice, Diane 


Raso, Paul 




Reeder, Randal 
Reinhard, Arthur 
Riffle, Marilyn 
Robinson, Ronnie 
Rogers, Barbara 



Rogers, James 
Rollins, Cheryl 
Sachetti, Jimmie 
Sapp, Pam 
Satterfield, Gary 




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Students can't wait to get 
their pictures taken. 




Serenari, Lynnette 
Sezbenski, Debra 
Shaver, Cynthia 
Short, Judith 
Shrader, Gregory 



Smith, Michael 
Steele, Deanna 
Stewart, Cheryl 
Stickel, Esther 
Stiles, Judy 



Straight, Claude 
Strapko, Nancy 
Stuchell, Charles 
Swiger, Bradley 
Taylor, Christie 



Taylor, Kathleen 
Taylor, Rebecca 
Thomas, Kookie 
Thorne, Donna 
Tibbs, Cheryl 



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Tice, Ronald 
Tressler, Trevor 
Tucker, Cindy 
Turner, Anthony 
Urso, Kathy 



Verzich, John 
Waters, Melissa 
Wells, Herbert 
Wetzel, Jane 
White, Gregory 





White, Joe 
Whitlatch, Chris 
Williams, Barb 



Williams, Janes Wilt, Beverly 

Wilson, Deborah Winter, Debra 
Wilson, Josette Winter, Karen 




"Make me!" says Debbie Seifrit. 



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Students are enchanted with Robin William's music at Fall Concert. 




Wise, Charles 
Wolverton, Candae 



Woofter, Bill 
Woy, Robert 



Wytko, Teresa 
Yeater, Debbie 



Yoho, Steven 
Young, Margaret 



Students chat in the 
Nickel. 




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Students wait in line to pay fees on 
Registration Day. 




Arnold, Mary 
Auvil, Sandra 
Bailey, Debbie 
Baker, Ronald 
Barker, Sheila 



Barrick, Michelle 
Bartgis, Kevin 
Berdine, Mary 
Berkley, Joyce 
Bernot, Thomas 



Biondi, Cynthia 
Blankenship, Liz 
Bongiorni, Gary 
Boyce, Dana 
Boyles, Nancy 



Bredon, Merrilyn 
Brown, Kim 
Brugnoli, Susan 
Burke, Karen 
Calvere, Herman 




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Campo, Diann 
Chamberlain, Glen 
Corbitt, Deborah 
Crickenberger, Mary 
Crislip, Carolyn 



Curry, Renee 
Day, Penni 
Day, Susan 
Dean, Rick 
Deem, Joseph 



Dellinger, Tabitha 
DeLuca, Kathleen 
Denkenberger, Susan 
DiDomenico, Elisa 
DiGiorgi, Valerie 



Dillon, Bruce 
Dobrin, Marion 
Dodd, Faye 
Dunn, Debbie 
Durst, Vickie 



Eddy, Sue Ann 
Edwards, Robert 
Eirhart, Barbara 
Elder, Nancy 
English, Cynthia 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS OF 75 



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Class officers are: president, Steve 
Taylor, secretary, Linda Posey, and 
vice-president, Joyce Kuhn. 




Feaster, Marsha 
Fields, Sheila 
Fischer, Joan 
Fisher, Karen 
Fluharty, Carol 



Gainer, Katherine 
Garrett, Kathryn 
Glover, Joanette 
Godwin, Judith 
Goodwin, Patricia 



Greaver, Thomas 
Grisafi, Melinda 
Gulley, Jerry 
Gump, Chesley 
Hall, Debbi 




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Hardman, Eugenia 
Hardy, Debra 
Harsh, Krista 
Hartsell, Tapha 
Harvey, Kenneth 



Hays, Joyce 
Hennessey, Mary 
Herrick, Cecilia 
Herron, Ralph 
Hess, LuAnne 



Hestick, Bernice 
Higgins, Steve 
Horner, Kathy 
Hostutler, Linda 
Jackson, Barbara 



Jackson, Pamela 
Jenkins, Patricia 
Joe, Brenda 
Johnson, Diana 
Johnson, Margie 




Kenneth Cornwell sleeps on one of 
the Student Center's comfortable 
couches. 



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Nathy Cresenzi and Mike 
Godby walk down the hill 
from the cafeteria. 



Lang, Susan 
Lasobek, Vanessa 
Legg, Ella 
Leonette, James 
Leonette, Becky 






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King, Linda 




Klaus, Mary 


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Koon, Ladonna 


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Kroll, Paul 




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Levine, Harvey 
Lilly, Patricia 
Lindsey, William 
Lipinski, Debbie 
Livingston, Virginia 



Lynch, Pam 
Madison, Brenda 
Martin, John 
Martin, Pamela 
Mason, Barbara 



Matthews, Linda 
Maurer, Christina 
McBride, Gloria 
McCain, Kathleen 
McClung, Beverly 



McClure, William 
Miller, Debra 
Miller, Mary Jo 
Moats, Dan 
Moore, Susan 




Susan Lang and Joe Miller relax 
while studying in the downstairs 
lounge. 



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Moyer, Toni 
Murphy, Shirly 
Nagy, Janet 
Nern, Jenny 
Northcraft, Karen 



Orndorff, Mitchell 
Pellillo, Julie 
Perri , Mary Ellen 
Petitto, Arthur 
Phillips, Becky 



Phillips, Michael 
Phillips, Paul 
Posey, Linda 
Prendergast, Anne 
Price, Gary 



Raddish, Devon 
Reider, Diana 
Renaldo, Becky 
Rhodes, Martha 
Richards, Jeffry 



Rieser, Cynthia 
Roberts, Becky 
Robinson, Deborah 
Robinson, Donna 
Rogers, Edwin 



Rukat, Kathryn 
Sabo, Marsha 
Sapp, Pam 
Satterfield, Teresa 
Schmidt, Don 




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This Student was caught off 
guard while he was talking 
in the Nickel. 



Shroyer, Edward 
Sinnett, Linda 
Sinsel, David 
Smith, Jacqueline 
Smith, Phyllis 



Steele, Frederic 
Stevens, Kathy 
Stevens, Pam 
Stingo, Janet 
Stout, Deborah 



Strickling, Becky 
Stromberg, Dennis 
Sullivan, Kathryn 
Swick, Gerald 
Talerico, Debby 



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Students wait in line to make 
changes in their class schedules. 



Talerico, Jeanne 
Talerico, Mary 
Teets, Barbara 
Tennant, Susan 
Thompson, Kay 



Thorne, Michael 
Thorp, Donna 
Tonecha, Nancy 
Tourney, Donna 
Trainer, Sharon 



Trimble, Robin 
Trowbridge, Donna 
Walden, Barbara 
Walters, Wilma 
Warder, Constance 



Watkins, Donna 
Weakley, Carol 
Weber, James 
White, Linda 
White, Ray 




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Whiting, Susan 
Williams, Anna 
Williams, Gladys 
Williams, Janet 



Wilson, Cathy 
Wilson, Deborah 
Wilson, Linda 
Wilt, David 



Wolfe, Carole 
Woodard, Gary 
Wright, Donna 
Yanero, David 




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These two students prepare 
to shoot a game of pool in 
the recreation area. 



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These candles are killing me. 



Anderson, Susan 
Andrick, Cathy 



Armbruster, William 
Ash, Vickie 



Auvil, Jeannie 
Baker, Lynde 




Ball, Sandra 
Begunich, Susan 
Belotte, John 
Bennett, Vickie 
Benson, Sara 



Blake, Jacqueline 
Blake, Susie 
Blend, Diane 
Boggs, Mike 
Brannon, Pam 



Brown, Diana 
Brown, Kimberly 
Browning, Juanita 
Burr, Jeff 
Cain, Patti 




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Carlomany, Russell 
Carroll, Constance 
Cheslock, Shelly 
Clyde, Charles 
Coffindaffer, Debra 



Coleman, Zena 
Conch, Joe 
Conrad, Mary 
Cozad, Liz 
Crltes, Diane 





Cushman, James 




Custer, Sheila 



Freshman Class Officers: Terry Sampson, Pres.; Bob Strawn, V. Pres.; Joe Fenimore, Sgt.-at- 
Arms; and Pam Weisgarber, Sec.-Treas. 




D'Abruzzo, Gale 



FRESHMAN 
CLASS OF 76 



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Dally, Larry 
Daniels, Jane 
Davis, Bonnie 
Davis, Lorraine 
Davisson, David 



Dieterich, Dana 
Dooley, Jacqueline 
Dunlevy, Linda 
Ecremen, James 
Ellison, Deborah 



Elsey, Linda 
Estlack, Chris 
Evans, Debra 
Everitt, Carla 
Farance, Brenda 



Fitzpatrick, Barbara 
Francis, Terry 
Furfari, Lisa 
Ganoe, Debra 
Garrison, Debra 



Gibson, Pamela 
Gillot, Lynne 
Goff, Jane 
Gontz, LeeAnn 
Green, Eunice 





Students enjoy dance after Freshman 
orientation. 




Green, Patty 
Griffin, Robbie 
Hairston, Holteen 
Hamilton, Susan 
Hardesty, Janice 



Hebb, Connie 
Hedrick, Delores 
Hevener, Lois 
Hildreth, Melba 
Hockman, Nancy 



Hovatter, Terri 
Huey, Lynn 
Huffman, Judi 
Hughes, LaDonna 
lammarino, Nancy 



Jackson, Joyce 
Jackson, Kathe 
Jenks, Brenda 
Jernigan, Joe 
Johnston, Stephanie 



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Kebler, Patricia 


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Kelley, Shelby 




Kendig, Susan 




Kerns, Beth 




Kerns, Randal 







King, DeEtta 
Knight, Cheryl 
Kobe, Richard 
Lafler, Pam 
Lake, Naomi 



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Lambert, Michelle 
Lappas, Thayme 
LaRue, Rebecca 
Leaseburge, Carol 
Lemley, Kathryn 



Lloyd, Linda 
Long, Karen 
Loughrie, Frances 
Lowery, Terry 
Luttrell, Shirley 



Madia, Donna 
Male, Margorie 
Male, Sam 
Mallamo, Resa 
Marcy, Vicki 



Marino, Susie 
Marks, Patricia 
Martin, Terry 
Maury, Shirley 
Maxwell, Carl 




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astoniihed Frosh. 




Mayo, Debra 
McCutchan, 

Peggy 
McDonald, Leslie 
McGlumphy, Bill 
McKnight, Susan 



McMillin, 

Cynthia 
McNeill, Beverly 
Mullens, Linda 
Oliverio, Cynthia 
Painter, Cheryl 



Pasquariello, 

Steve 
Paugh, Mary 

Ellen 
Peaslee, Deanne 
Pinkerton, Donna 
Poling, Lynn 



Powell, Kathy 
Powers, Alice 
Powers, Debra 
Price, Robert 
Puffenbarger, 
Jeanette 



Quertimont, 

Brenda 
Renzelli, John 
Riley, Betsy 
Roper, Debra 
Rowand, Debra 





Shannon Sturm was the 
Freshman Class selection at 
Homecoming. 



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Rowe, Marsha 
Rush, Timothy 
Russell, Jacqueline 
SanJulian, Jeanne 
Schram, Tim 




Frosh Big Daddy, Danny Curry, gets a big hug from a Freshman at 
Orientation. 



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Watkins, Debra 
Watkins, William 
Weaver, Patti 
Weddell, Nancy 
Weisgarber, Pam 



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White, Karen 
White, Mary Kay 
Wiley, Debra 
Williams, Cathy 
Williams, John 



Wilson, Nancy 
Wolfe, Jill 
Wolfe, Marilyn 
Wright, Willard 
Yerkey, Jonny 




Jill DiMaio dons her Beanie. 




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ALPHA PHI GAMMA 



Alpha Phi Gamma, journalism honorary, began at Fairmont 
State College in 1949 as the Beta Gamma Chapter. After 
several years the chapter dropped and wasn't reactivated until 
1970. Principal purposes are to honor individual achievement 
in journalism, as shown through a student's participation on a 
campus publication, and to help maintain and improve the 
quality of student publications. 



Top to bottom: Nancy Diamond, Joanne Boyer, Bonnie Getz, and Jennings 
Orwig. Seated: Charles Kovalan 




ALPHA PS 
OMEGA 



Alpha Psi Omega, a drama honorary, was 
founded at FSC under the leadership of Dr. 
Paul Opp. Membership in Alpha Psi Omega 
is earned at FSC through participation in 
college theatre. Each spring the Alpha cast 
sponsors the Alpha Awards for superior 
performances. 



Left to right: JoAnn Lough, Linda Pinnell, Katherine 
Raspa, Daniel K. Weber; advisor, Judi Summers, Bonnie 
Atkinson. 




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AWS 



Associated Women Students is a 
service organization open to all women 
students. The local chapter, founded in 
1964, is a member of the 
Intercollegiate Association of Women 
with representatives from colleges and 
universities in every state in the Union. 



Row I: Betty Renner, Charlene Williams, Renee 
Swecker. Row 2: Pat Beeghly, Kathy Gainer, 
Debris Allen. 




BETA BETA 
BETA 



Beta Beta Beta is an organization for 
outstanding students of the biological 
sciences. Members are reguired to have 
a 3.0 grade average in at least 10 hours 
of biology and a 2.3 overall grade 
average. The purposes of this 
organization are to encourage 
advancement in life sciences through 
stimulation of scientific knowledge and 
promotion of biological research. 



Row I: Mareleen Rogers, Susanna Rapchick, Betty Jayne Ivaun, Donnie Lowther, Becky Shaffer, Joyce 
Brown. Row 2: Joe Franz, Robert Barnett, Bob Williams, Forrest Smith, Steve Ice. Missing: Janice Polk, 
Debbie Yeater, Margaret Bard, Susan Sutter. 



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The Black Student Union was organized in 1969 at FSC and was originally named Society for the Study of Black Culture. The 
members felt that there was a need for an organization which could provide local and educational activities as well as a mental 
state of mind that would be relevant to students in general and black students in particular. 



BLACK STUDENT 
UNION 



Row I, left to right: Brian Jones, Roderick Jones, Dick Nichols, Stan Taylor, 
Joyce Collins, Jay Holman, Johnnie Mae Fluker, Curtys Thompson, Debbie 
Robinson, Lorraine Davis, Kathy McCain, Yvonne Adam, Jackie Dooley, 
Debbie West. Row 2: William Robinson, James Harriston, John Hughes, 
Willie James, TedlEchols, Thomas Harriston, James Temple, Phillip House, 
Retha Twyman, Nelsona Waugh, Marvin Stewart, Stanley Brown, Marvin Hart. 



FLAMES 



Flames, a junior honorary for women, was organized in 1966 
for the purpose of honoring the junior women who have shown 
outstanding leadership, character, and service to the college 
and who have maintained a 2.8 grade average. 



Left: Adrianne Osbourn, Therese Bonasso 




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AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 



American Chemical Society is an 
organization of students with majors and 
minors in Chemistry. They have programs to 
further their education and go on field trips 
to acguaint themselves with prospective jobs. 



Row I, left to right: James Coleman, Elizabeth Swiger, 
Marie Shackelford, Susanna Rapchick, Debbie Toothman, 
and Donnie Lowther. Row 2: Jerry Rexroad, Randy 
Kerns, James Turner, Jim Albertson. Seated, left: Forrest 
Smith, Leon Wince. 




DEBATE 
SQUAD 



The national intercollegiate debate proposition for 1972-73 
is Resolved: That the Federal Government should provide a 
program of comprehensive medical care for all United States 
citizens. The members of the debate squad annually attend 
twenty to twenty-five intercollegiate debate tournaments at 
colleges and universities throughout the Eastern United States 
to debate the national topic. Michael Overking is the debate 
coach. 



Row I: Twila Pabnik, Mary Klause Sara Butler. Row 2: Thomas Marlowe, Jim 
Woolfitt, and Stuart Hammel, Asst. Coach. 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



This organization is made up of students interested in a professional career in Home Economics. Members are affiliated with the 
State Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association. Since 1909, the membership has been 
engaged in elementary, secondary, and adult education, service home economists, social welfare, public health, and research. In the 
past year the Vocational program has been added in home economics. Students can graduate with a vocational certificate. 

TOP: Standing: Barbara Hovatter, Margaret Bartholow, Chris Hagan, Norma Gantz, Donna Madia, Robin Trimble, Emily Nixon, Angela Madia, Debbie Davisson. 
Seated: Margaret Hardman, Cynthia Conwell, Sheila Heston, Michele Plutro, Debbie Sezbenski, Clara Michael. 

BOTTOM: Left to right: Lynn Hoza, Julie Johnson, Karen Burke, Donna Tourney, Susan Denkenberger, Janice Rice, Ella Legg, Sally Davis, Pat Beeghly, Pam 
Brannon, Debbie Bailey. Sitting: Nancy Tonecha, Star Proudfoot, Sandra Auvil, Phyllis Harman, Carol Weakley. TABLE: Left: Doris Metzgar, Tabby Dellinger 



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Row I: L. W. Leonard, trustee; John Starkey, Denny Powell, Tom Pitek, Jim Oyster, Craig Frazier. Row 2: Clifford F. Garner, faculty; Robert Johnson, Karl Koubal, 
Joe A. Pease, George E. Agee, Arthur L. Frederick, faculty; K, G. Wise, International Trustee. 




EPSILON PI 
TAU 



Epsilon Pi Tau is an International 
Honorary Professional Fraternity which 
seeks to promote and reward skill, 
efficiency, and research among industrial 
arts students. 



BLAZERS 



Blazers is a local Senior Women's 
Honorary founded in 1947. Each spring 
outstanding junior women are elected on 
the basis of scholarship, leadership, loyalty 
to the college, and integrity. These women 
are members throughout their senior year 
and occupy a special position of honor 
and example to underclass women. 

Gale Genevie, Nancy Diamond, Kathy Malone, 
Barbara Priester. 



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DORM 
PRESIDENTS 



Marsha Feaster, Debbie Kamicker, Cynthia 

Biondi. 



BELOW: Victor Bissett. Larry Engel, John 
Starkey. president; A. Earl Jackson, Robert 
Heusler, Randy Renaldo. Row 2: Elmer Poe, 
vice-president; Larry Breckenridge, treasurer; 
Robert Beatty, secretary. 





ENGINEERING TECH 



The Engineering Technological Society is composed of students enrolled in the Division of Industrial-Technological Education at 
Fairmont State College. Membership is open to all individuals, organizations, and industrial enterprises having an interest in 
engineering or industrial technology. 



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INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS CLUB 



Developing attributes of the 
Industrial Arts technology beyond 
class activities is the goal of the 
Industrial Arts Club. Affiliated with 
the American Industrial Arts 
Association through Industrial Arts 
College Clubs, the club was formed 
at FSC in 1948. All college students 
are eligible for membership. 



Row I, left to right: Paul Gowers, Rod Bolte 
Joe Pease, George Agee, Richard Wildman, 
Mark E. Gustafson, Paul Cams, Dennis Powell, 
Timothy Smith, Charles R. Friend. Row 2: Karl 
Koubal, J. O. Burton, Tom Six, Ray Yerkovich, 
Tom Pitek, Harvey Levine. Row 3: William 
Stanley, Randy Wain, Ron Cunningham, 
Robert Johnson, Alfred Scalia, David 
Proudfoot, Randy Renaldo, Mark Wilson, 
Barry James. Row 4: Dennis Markel, Alta Pass, 
Dickie Miller, Wess Warrell, Tom Barlow, Tom 
Withers, Mick Shaffer. 




Interfraternity Panhellenic 

Council is made up of three 

representatives from each 

fraternity and sorority. Main 

functions are the coordination 

and sponsoring of Greek Week 

Activities, the annual Holly 

Ball, Homecoming Floats, and 

Song Song Fest. 

Row I, left to right: Rick Pill, Dave 

Oliveto, Dan Bellay, Mick Price, Curtis 

Edwards. Row 2: Paul Gowers, 

president; Jim Zeh, sergeant-at-arms; 

Gus Petit, Reed Blain, Michael 

Hoffmaster. 



NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

The purpose of International Relations is to acquaint the students at FSC with foreign exchange students. It is of special interest 
to social science students, but anyone concerned with forming a peaceful and understanding world community may join. 

Left to right: Kebecca Miller, Dominga Putian, Nelsona Waugh, Dr. Patricia Ryan. Row 2: Dr. Robert Bauer, David Wilt, Rick White, Donny Shaver, Bob Starr, 
Pradit E. T. Makin. 



INTER- 
FRATERNITY 
PANHELLENIC 



Interfraternity Panhellenic Council is 
made up of three representatives from 
each fraternity and sorority. Main 
functions are the coordination and 
sponsoring of Greek Week activities, 
the Annual Holly Ball Dance, 
Homecoming Floats, and Song Fest. 



Row I, left to right: Diane Tsottles, Betty Jayne 
Ivaun, Stephanie Ely, Nancy Diamond, Gale 
Martin, Paula Spiker. Row 2: Charlene Williams, 
Carolyn Crislip, Trudy Williams, Brenda Lantz, 
Barbara Buretz, Kathy Urso, Joanna Arnett. Row 
3: Vince Kelley, Mike Kijowski, Harvey Levine, Pat 
Martin, Rocco Muriale, Randy Donlin, Art 
Anselene. Row 4: Jerry Feathers. Rich Hauidren, 
Larry Resczynski. 




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INTER-VARSITY 

CHRISTIAN 

FELLOWSHIP 



Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a non- 
denominational group open to all faiths and creeds. 
Today's problems are discussed in relation to the Bible. 



Row I, left to right: Barbara Pyles, Rebecca Pritt, Dodie Moran, Kathy 
Burger. Row 2: Mrs. Willard, Nelsona Waugh, Rebecca Miller, Karen 
Burke. Row 3: Willard Wright, Connie Walls, Wayne Regl, Carla 
Everett, Mike Young, Debbie Chaddock, and Earl Killian. 




INTRAMURAL 
COUNCIL 



The Intramural Council, composed of 
the intramural director, his immediate 
staff, and group representatives, are 
the governing body of the intramural 
program. The council constantly 
evaluates the program of activities, 
rules for these activities, schedule time 
for events, and the needs of the 
student body. 



Row I, left to right: Steve Miranov, Greg 
Haddix, K. C. Jones, Tom Hoy, Art Anselene. 
Row 2: Tom Arnold, Donley Shultz, Paul Cams, 
Curt Edwards, Mr. Arcure. Row 3: Richard 
Warash, Steve Grove, Marvin Gould; faculty. 
Row 4: George Vargo, Tom Gutshall, Pat Aman, 
Kevin Dodge. Row 5: Randy Wain, Dan Oates, 
Steve Yoho. Missing: Curt Thompson. 



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MASQUERS 



MENC 



Founded in 1925, the Masquers, under the auspices of 
the Speech and Drama Department, is the production 
organization for campus plays. Open to all students for 
membership, Masquers presents four major plays a school 
term. In the summer the Masquers join with the community 
to present four plays in the nationally advertised Masquers 
Town and Gown Players summer tent theatre. 



Row I: Danny Marsh, Francine Bovalina, Melinda Nichols, Beckie Brown 
Bonnie Faith, Geary R. Rollins, Pam Poling, Margaret Hardman, Joanie 
Fuldenstein, Mary Lou Jackson. Row 2: Cathy Stuart, Julia Amos, Bill 
O'Field, Doug Henderson, Vickie Sampson, Kathryn Raspa, Linda Pinnell, 
Bitsy Rice. Row 3: Mickey Barrick, Bonnie Atkinson, Judi Summers, Danny 
Curry, Tim Sharp, Willard Wright, Linda Lantz, Kenneth Harvey, Gerald 
Swick, Howard Kemery. 



Music Educators National Conference consists of faculty 
members and students who have a major or minor in music. 
The goal of the group is to better the understanding of music 
education through a varied and enlightening program of 
activities. 



Row I: Linda Posey, president; Debbie McCann, secretary; John Klaus, vice- 
president; Amy Rollins, treasurer; William Brown, sergeant-at-arms. Row 2: 
Brenda M. Joe, Pamela Wilson, Barbara Brookover, Amy Koon, Ellaine Colich. 
Row 3: William Glenn Freeman, Steve Sanford. Debbie Wilson, Alan Bowley, 
Richard Wellock. 



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PI GAMMA MU 



Pi Gamma Mu is the national social science 
honorary which recognizes scholarly 
achievement in the social studies area. The 
local chapter, reactivated in 1971, includes 
these recognized for excellence in sociology, 
political science, history, and psychology. 



Row I, left to right: Jeanne Thomas, Susan Simonton, 
Linda Yerace, Karen Winter, Barbara Cady. Row 2: Jim 
Bailey, Danny Shaver, Larry Thomas, Larry Hitt, James 
Meglio, Louise McNeill Pease. Row 3: Hugh Springer, 
Charles McCormick, W. Richard Wardian, Paul Edwards, 
Phyllis Ayers. 




WOMEN'S 
PAN 



Left to right: Debbie Davisson, Gaye Nease, 
Chris Aaron, Monica Bitonti, Ruth Ryan, Jackie 
Nicholson, Jeanie Viglianco, Paula Spiker, Chris 
Maurer, Barbara Walden, Linda Lantz, Susie 
Meadows. 

Missing: Beckie Riffe, Louise Winstel, Barbara 
Brookover, Maryann Evans, Pam Beymer, Patty 
Fox, Vickie Nichols. 



Women's Panhellenic consists of four representatives from each sorority, the 
president, rush chairman, junior and senior representatives. Its purposes are to 
"maintain on a high plane fraternity life and interfraternity relations within our 
college, to further intellectual accomplishment and scholarship, to co-operate with the 
college administration in the maintenance of high social standards, and to be a self- 
governing body to assure orderly procedures among social fraternities. 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA 



STUDENT BOARD 



Sigma Tau Delta is a national English honorary formed in 
1964. Its purpose is to encourage interest and participation in 
activities related to English majors. Members must have at 
least a 3.0 average in English courses. 



The Student Center Advisory Board was set up to advise 
Frank Pulice on how to improve the Student Union. They listen 
to complaints and suggestions made by the students and put 
them to the best use possible. 



ABOVE: Left to right: Karen Ware, Janice Sandy, Kathy Fox, Charles 
Kovalan, Sandi Stankevich, Pam Haulon, Bonnie Atkinson, Les Baggess, Pat 
Ford, Judy Short, Cora Brand, Terri Sypolt. 



BELOW: Left to right: Donley Shultz, Art Anselene, Jimmie Jo Sachetti, Dean 
Muto, Dean Cannon, Frank Pulice, Barbara Buretz, John Lacaria, Edward 
Lemon, Joyce Kuhn 




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SNEA 




Student National Education Association 
typifies the thrust of education through a united 
teaching profession. They combine the legacy of 
the past with new direction for the future. They 
represent the mutually supportive programs of 
local, state, and national education associations 
to promote the cause of education and advance 
the interests of the teaching profession. 

Left: Gus Pettit, Editor of the State Newsletter; Mrs. 
Margaret Willard, State Advisor; Becky Sinclair, State 
Treasurer. 



BELOW: SNEA Officers at Fairmont State College. Left to right: 
Laura Cole, Treasurer; Diane Theis, President. Mildred McGee, 
Secretary; Linda Piercy, Executive Committee; Seated: Patsy Gross, 
Executive Committee; Mrs. Margaret Willard, FSC Advisor. 



Absent: Susanna Rapchick, Vice-President; Rosalee Morrison, 
Executive Committee; Becky Sinclair, Executive Committee. 




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STUDENT 
NURSES 



Student Nurse Association is 
composed of freshman and senior 
students who are eligible for the two- 
year nursing program. The main 
purpose of this non-profit organization 
is to aid in the development of the 
nursing student as a democratic citizen 
by broadening the members horizons 
as an individual. 




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RESIDENT DIRECTORS 



Left: Mrs. Madge Rogers, Mrs. Eleanor Drane. 

Not Shown: Judy Morgan, Mrs. McCullough, Stan Groves, Mrs. Shroeder, and John 
Byrer. 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 



Sigma Alpha lota is a professional fraternity for women in music. 
Members are selected on the basis of academic standing and music 
proficiency. During the past year Epsilon Psi Chapter has been 
responsible for several programs on American music: the music of 
Thomas Canning, of Duke Ellington, of Appalachian music, the music 
of George Crumb, and of FSC faculty members, John Ashton and 
John Schooley. 




Row I: Debbie Wilson, president; Camilla 
Scott, treasurer; Elizabeth Cook, vice- 
president. Row 2: Amy Koon, recording 
secretary; Pauline Biddle, Chaplain; Becki 
Hamrick, editor; Pamela Wilson, 
corresponding secretary; Cheryl Stewart, 
sergeant-at-arms. Row 3: Frances Moody, 
Paula Spiker, Bonnie Barr, Judy Godwin, 
Barbara Brookover, Nancy L. Li I ley , Linda 
Posey, Becky Rollyson, Dr. A. Moerk. 



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WHO'S 
WHO 



Annually FSC honors a few 
select students by naming them to 
the list of Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges 
and Universities. These students 
are selected on the basis of 
outstanding scholastic 
characteristics, participation, and 
leadership. 



Row I: Jerrelle Jones, Laura Jean Edwards, Linda Davidson, Kathi Howell. Row 2: Gayle Genevie, Susan 
Bradshaw, Marilyn McDougal, Barbara Priester, Beverly Ashcraft. Row 3: Karl Koubal, Mick Genevie, Jerry 
Feathers, Frank Devono. Row 4: David R. Crutchfield, Douglas Bunner. 



YOUNG 
DEMOCRATS 



College students should have a basic understanding of 
domestic politics and the Young Democrat Club has 
organized to create better and more complete views in 
national affairs. 



Row I: Ed Janco, Nancy Clevenger, Sara Benson, Bob Starr. Row 2: 
William Haught, Dave Hay — president. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student Council is the executive board of the student government organization. It 
consists of five student body officers, all class presidents, vice presidents, secretary- 
treasurers, and sergeant-at-arms, two members elected by the interfraternity-panhellenic 
council, five members elected by the non-fraternity group, one woman elected by the 
Associated Women Students, and one faculty advisor appointed by the President of the 
College. 

One of the principal assignments of the Student Council is to meet annually to 
determine the allocation of the student activity funds among the various campus 
activities and organizations. The budgets prepared are then published so that all 
students may know for what purposes their fees are being used. 




STUDENT COUNCIL: left to right: Joe Pease, Elmer Poe, Rich Hauldren, Steve Taylor, Art Anselene, Linda Posey, Jeff Cassidy, Joyce Kuhn, Mark Gustofsen, Karl 
Koubal, Gus Pettit, Kathy Malone Challnne, Danny Curry, Ed Lemon, Francine Bovalina, Jimmie Jo Sachetti, John Lacaria, Trudy Williams, Susan Bradshaw, 
Charleen Williams, Jerry Feathers, Pam Weisgarber, Donley Shultz, John Starkey. 



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VICE-PRESIDENT 
Ed Lemon 




TREASURER 
Karl Koubal 



OFFICERS 




PRESIDENT 

Kathy Malone Channel 






SECRETARY 
Gus Pettit 




SGT.-AT-ARMS 
Danny Curry 



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FRESHMAN 
ORIENTATION 



Freshmen arrive on the campus in advance of other 
students. It is at this time that freshmen become acquainted 
with the campus, buildings, and the academic program, 
various student activities, and student welfare in general. 
Throughout the orientation period, freshmen are assisted and 
guided by trained student counselors who are sympathetic to 
the individual problems of students. 



RIGHT: Freshmen enjoy the Freshman mixer. 

BELOW: Big Daddy, Danny Curry, is carried around Freshman Orientation by 

enthusiastic freshmen. 





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RIGHT: Mr. Pell was awarded his initials by the student body officers. 
BELOW: New freshmen on display. 





FRESHMAN COUNSELORS: Row I, from left: Rod Jones, Tony Gregory, Monica Bitonti, Sally Beall, Nancy Strapko, Terry Sypolt, Linda Pinnell, Sherry Stewart, 
Kathy Malone. Second row: Gus Pettit, Louise Beall, Debbie Davidson, Kathy Urso, Linda Starcher, Debbie Lopez, Jeannie Viglianco, Betty Renner, Thelma Gwin. 
Third row: Arnie Coleman, Libby Fratto, Bernadette Mainella, Peggy Williamson, Donna Sharrow, Donna Gearde, Nikki Lawson, Diane Meredith, Linda Wingate. 
Fourth row: Cheryl Carpenter, Joy Minehart, Joyce L. Evans, Paula Spiker, Brenda Jarvis, Cindi Allen, Patty Fox, Laura Little, Susan Bradshaw, and Jenny Smith. 
Fifth row: Denny Osborn, Christene Mechles, Mary Jo Gorncheck, Kathy Spencer, Michelle Plutro, Beckie Nestor, Charlotte Snodgrass, Marilyn Riffle. Sixth row: 
Barbara Priester, Bobbie Flinn, Drane Pulice, Barbara Buretz, Teresa Bonasso, John Zablaekas, Norma Jimeno, Pam Boyers. Seventh row: Chuck Pilger, Gerald Swick, 
John Megilo, John Starkey, Tom Piteck, Jim Meglio, Paul Gowers, Jerry Feathers, Ed Lemon. 



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Homecoming activities included 
concerts by Sweet Azz and the 
Commodores along with the crowning 
of Homecoming Queen Chris Maurer 
at the Coronation Ball, October 6, 
1972 in the Student Center Ballroom. 




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HOMECOMING 
972 








TOP: Lynn Huey directing the Falcon marching 
band. 

RIGHT: The Falconettes do their routine at half- 
time of Homecoming game. 

BOTTOM: Students enjoying the music from the 
Commodores. 




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COLLEGIATES 



Dreams of visiting Europe became reality for Fairmont State College's Touring 
Choir, The Collegiates, when they were selected to compete in the Anglo- 
International Music Festival in Coventry England, last fall. 

The dream was complete when the singers placed second out of ten other 
American groups, receiving a silver plague and huge trophy commemorating the 
event. 

Of the four judges who judged the contest, three were from England and one from 
Rome. According to Miss Frances Moody, directress of the Collegiates, standards of 
musicianship were extremely high. 

The trip was financed in parts by the students, money making projects, choral 
funds, contributions and the proceeds from concerts presented before departure. 

The chaperones, in addition to Miss Moody, were Professor and Mrs. Richard 
Wellock and Dr. and Mrs. James Hales. 

In 12 days, they visited three countries, Holland, France and England. They sang at 
Sunday morning service in a 12th century church in Bozun, Holland; they performed 
at the Chartres Cathedral in France; then concluded at the festival in Coventry, 
England. 



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FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE COLLEGIATES: First row, left to right: Connie Wolfe, Judy Godwin, Becky Moore, Susan Elsey, Tina Vilone, Cynthia Tucker, Snady 
Osborne, Pam Herndon, Babs Hamden, Becky Riffe. Second row: Pat Barron, Fran Pack, Cheryl Stewart, Linda Watkins, Barbara Brookover, Betty Pat Garner, Jenny 
Smith, Ellaine Colich, Debbie McCann, Nancy Valentine. Third row: Dave Haney, Danny Marsh, Mark Thomas, Doug Bunner, Dave Webster, Fred McCord, Tom F. 
Reffner, John Yost, Don Gaston, David Meek, Larry Smedley and Chris Ashcraft. 



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TOP: Collegiates pose for a picture outside Warwick Castle in England. 




TOP: Collegiates outside the cathedral in Coventry, England. 



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BAND 



The Fairmont State College and Concert Band is a 
uniformed band which presents concerts in Fairmont and other 
communities. This organization is open to both men and 
women. 




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FALCONETTES 




LEFT: One of the feature twirlers, Beverly DeBalski, at half-time over at East- 
West Stadium. 

BOTTOM: THE FSC FALCONETTES: First row: Beverly DeBalski, Lynn Huey, 
Kathy Harrold and Judy Kinnan. Second row: Barbara Hamden, Gail Tury, 
Pam Lynch, Debbie Hawkins, Cheryl Criado, Jane Hawkins, Ann Prendergast, 
Linda Williams, Phyllis Woodell, Donna Madia and Linda Posey. 







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CHEERLEADERS 




FSC CHEERLEADERS: Front row: Mary Jo Powell, Pat Cassiday, Mary Foltz. Second 
row: Theresa Bonasso, Jimmie Jo Sachetti (Head) and Debbie Mallamo. Not 
pictured: Patty Morrison. 




ABOVE: FSC Cheerleaders lead football fans in cheers. 



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Mary Jo Powell 





Jimmie Jo Sachetti 
Head Cheerleader 




Patty Morrison 




Pat Cassiday 



Debbie Mallamo 



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COLUMNS 



THE COLUMNS is the student newspaper published weekly 
throughout the regular college year with the exception of 
examination and vacation periods. The Publications Board, 
representing students and faculty, approves the selection of 
staff members from a list presented to the Board by the 
faculty advisor. Consideration is given to those students who 
have done acceptable work in journalism or who have had 
practical experience on publications. THE COLUMNS is 
named for the eight stately columns at the front of the 
Administration Building. It is financed by student's fees and 
advertising. 




Joanne Boyer 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 




COLUMNS STAFF: Left to right, row I: Joanne Boyer, Dick Gall, Marily McDougal. Row 2: Charles Kovalan, Joeline Dawson, Mag Lynch, Joe Dorsey. Row 3: 
Nancy Diamond, Cathy Wilson, Pam Hanlon and Gary Morgan. 



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Nancy Diamond 
MANAGING EDITOR 



Gary Morgan 
COPY EDITOR 





Charles Kovalan 
NEWS EDITOR 






Dick Gall 
CO-FEATURE EDITOR 



Marilyn McDougal 
CO-FEATURE EDITOR 



Joe Dorsey 
SPORTS EDITOR 



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MOUND 



THE MOUND is published annually by the students. 
The administrative officers of the staff are approved by 
the Publications Board from a list presented to the Board 
by the faculty advisor. All phases of college life are 
depicted in the annual, largely by pictures. It was named 
from a historic spot on a former campus. It is financed 
by student fees and advertising. 




Michelle Barrick and Gus Pettit 
CO-EDITORS IN CHIEF 





Debbie Shannon 
CLASS EDITOR 



Susan Denkenberger 
ORGANIZATION EDITOR 



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Francine Bovalina 
GREEK EDITOR 




MOUND STAFF: Left to right: Ron Allen, Francine Bovalina, Susan Denkenberger, Mickey Barrick, Pam Weisgarber, Clyde Bates, Mary Ellen Paugh, Gus Pettit, 
Debbie Shannon and Jim Bacco. 



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MRS. McTHING 

BY 

Mary Chase 

DIRECTOR 
B.J. O'Dell 



April 6, 7 and 8 



Mrs. Howard V. Larue III Bonnie Shaw 

Carrie Sharon Sayre 

Sybil Kathy Fox 

Evva Lewis Kathy Malone 

Maude Lewis Linda Pinnell 

Grace Lewis Linda Lantz 

Nelson Alan Novak 

Howay Brad Waronicki 

Chef Eddie Channell 

Virgil Howard Kemery 

Dirty Joe Danny Marsh 

Stinker Karl Koubal 

Poison Eddie Shellenbach Danny Curry 

Mrs. Schellenbach Kathy Seelinger 

Mimi Rochelle Vilar 

Policeman Bill O'Field 

Mrs. McThing: 

Ugly Witch Lynette Orbovich 

Beautiful Witch Kathy Raspa 






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PLAZA SUITE 
By Neil Simon 

DIRECTOR 
B.J. O'Dell 
June 14, 15, 16 and 17 

ACT I 

Bellhop Bill O'Field 

Karen Nash Midge Teahan 

Sam Nash Waldon Skinner 

Waiter L. A. Wallman 

Jean McCormack Kathy Malone 

ACT II 

Waiter L. A. Wallman 

Jesse Kiplinger John Teahan 

Muriel Tate Patty Vandergrift 

ACT III 

Norma Hubley Iris Bressler 

Roy Hubley Max Fields 

Borden Eisler Bill O'Field 

Mimsey Hubley Gayle Genevie 






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Madge Miller's 

THE UNWICKED WITCH 

An Unlikely Tale 

DIRECTOR 
Mona Brooks 
June 26, 27, 28 and 29 

WINONA 

The Young Witch Becky Huggins 

GOBBLE 

The Old Witch Lynette Orbovich 

HOBBLE 

The Older Witch Carol Lallone 

WOBBLE 

The Oldest Witch Jerry Vilar 

LUKE 

The Boy George Amos 

SAD SIMON 

His Grandfather Lee McLaughlin 






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Rodgers and Hammerstein's 
OKLAHOMA 

DIRECTOR 
Jo Ann Lough 
July 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 

Aunt Eller Wanda Henderson 

Curly David Haney 

Laurey Brenda Haney 

Ike Skidmore David Underwood 

Will Parker Danny Marsh 

Jud Fry Jonathan Springston 

Ado Annie Carnes Linda Springston 

Ali Hakim Charles Manly 

Gertie Cummings Kathy Malone 

Andrew Carnes George H. Turley 

Cord Elam L. A. Wallman 

Friends and Neighbors Chorus 

Ellen Ingrid Raad 

Kate Pam Poling 

Armina Jennifer Wotring 

Joan Louise Rankin 

Faye Linda Pinnell 

Vivienne Judy Welty 

Virginia Cecil Enos 

Fred Ronnie Leamon 

Slim Mike Genevie 

Jess Jud Ashcraft 

Mike Frank Shroyer 

Joe Larry Donaldson 

Friends and Neighbors Dancers 

Pigtails Diana Chrobak 

Susie Pam Shroyer 





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SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER 

or 

The Mistakes of a Night 

BY 

Oliver Goldsmith 

DIRECTOR 
B. J. O'Dell 
October 12, 13, and 14 

Mrs. Hardcastle Joyce Lewis 

Mr. Hardcastle Daniel K. Weber 

Tony Lumpkin Michael Genevie 

Kate Hardcastle Kathy Fox 

Constance Neville Kathy Spencer 

Slang Fred McCord 

Muggins Todd Thralls 

Aminadab Willard Wright 

Bet Bouncer Linda Lantz 

Stingo Gerald Swick 

Marlow Danny Curry 

Hastings David Haney 

Diggory Lee McLaughlin 

Roger Doug Henderson 

Dick Howard Kemery 

Dolly Linda Pinnell 

Jeremy Tim Sharp 

Sir Charles Marlow Todd Thralls 





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BENEATH THE CROWN 
A Readers Theatre Presentation 

SCRIPT 

Compiled and Written By 

B.J. O'Dell 

December 5, 1972 

Kathy Raspa 
Fred McCord 
Todd Thralls 

Bitsy Rice 

Kathy Malone 

Bonnie Atkinson 

Kathy Fox 




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"LOVERS" 
PART I: WINNERS 

By 
Brian Friel 

DIRECTOR 
DANIEL K. WEBER 
November 16, 17, and 18 

Joe Ted Dreisinger 

Mag Kathy Malone 

Man Chuck Whitting 

Woman Carol Lallone 




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BEHIND 

THE 
SCENES 



LEFT: Cast and crew of Lover's shooting the 

background scenes. 

BELOW LEFT: Miss Jo Ann Lough and Jon 

Springston checking over scripts. 

BELOW RIGHT: Ted Dreisinger has his make-up 

applied carefully for Lover's. 






CONVOCATIONS 



RIGHT: Performing at the annual Spring Concert last April was 
Livingston Talyor. 

BELOW: Goose Creek Symphony, along with Robin Willimas, 
presented the 1972 fall concert in Colbank Gymnasium. 





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LEFT: The 1972 Homecoming Coronation Ball 

entertainment was provided by the Commodores 

from Motown. 

BELOW: Kolish entranced FSC students in the 

Student Center Ballroom with his hypnotic 

abilities. 




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SPEAKERS 



RIGHT: Governor Arch A. Moore visited the FSC campus during his 

recent campaign for re-election, which proved to be successful in his 

re-election. 

BELOW LEFT: Democratic gubernatorial candidate John D. (Jay) 

Rockefeller stops to chat with students outside the Student Center. 

BELOW RIGHT: Dick Gregory appeared in Wallman Hall last year 

and spoke before and over-capacity crowd. 




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COFFEE 
HOUSE 



LEFT: Jamie Lewis presented several nights of 
entertainment in the newly formed Tap Room in 
the Student Center. 

BELOW: Getting the Coffee House Circuit off 
to a good start were the Dawson Brothers. 




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PHOTOGRAPHERS 




Clyde Bates 

MOUND AND COLUMNS 

PHOTOGRAPHER 





Gary Keener 
ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER 



Jim Meglio 
ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER 



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Beta Tau Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta was founded at 
Fairmont State College on November 14, 1914. The 
national fraternity for men was founded on November 14, 
1914 at Syracuse University. 



1. 


Stave Farmer 


10. 


Jim King 


2. 


Brad Butcher 


1 1. 


John Waddel 


3. 


Bob Stiltner 


12. 


Ted Offutt 


4. 


Paul Raso 


13. 


Joe Guido 


5. 


Bruce Suido 


14. 


Les Boggess 


6. 


Dennis Preston 


15. 


Gary West 


7. 


Bob Drummond 


16. 


Ralph Strippel 


8. 


Roger Brewer 


17. 


Greg Bowers 


9. 


Charles Tano 









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Delta Omicron Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was 
established on the Fairmont State College campus on 
February 22, 1963. It was founded at Lombard College in 
1893. The sorority now has 144 national chapters. 



1 . Pam Beymer 

2. Debbie Lancianese 

3. Beth Mierly 

4. Paula Spiker 

5. Jo Anna Arnett 

6. Laura Little 

7. Patty Fox 

8. Janet Nagy 

9. Connie Wolfe 
10. Kathy Burns 

I I . Penni Day 
12. Patty Gibson 
I 3. Diane Meridith 

14. Becky Baker 

15. Peggy Wolfe 



16. Linda Windgate 

17. Patty Staumbaugh 
I 8. Susan Bradshaw 

19. Vick, Hurt 

20. Jenny Smith 

21. Amy Redpath 

22. Jean Hunter 

23. Cindy Tucker 

24. Susie Lloyd 

25. Jane Rothlisburger 

26. Camella Young 

27. Debbie Mallamo 

28. Debbie Merandi 

29. Vicky Nichols 




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Delta Zeta was the first national sorority in the United 
States. Delta Sigma Epsilon and Delta Zeta merged in 1956 
making Delta Zeta the largest sorority in the nation. In 1947 
Delta Sigma Epsilon became Delta Zeta with the Epsilon lota 
Chapter at Fairmont State College. 



1 . Sally Simmons 


15. Debbie Stealey 


2. Pi Hinch 


1 6. Lynne Conner 


3. Ruthie Ryan 


1 7. Jeanne Martin 


4. Louise Beall 


18. Trudy Williams 


5. Diane Bode 


19. Chris Krupinski 


6. Wendy Leavy 


20. Martha Hayes 


7. Barb Williams 


21. Shelley Hyde 


8. Jackie Nicholson 


22. Carol Ghrist 


9. Patty Lilly 


23. Diane Tsottles 


10. Paula Soulsby 


24. Jan Stingo 


1 1 . Jackie Jones 


25. Carol Moebus 


12. Kathy Urso 


26. Melodie Fox 


1 3. Bonnie Getz 


27. Linda Wilson 


14. Kathy Harrold 


28. Nancy Strapko 







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Phi Mu National Fraternity, the second oldest 
organization for women was established at Fairmont State 
in 1966 by affiliating with Gamma Chi Chi, first local 
sorority on campus. Phi Mu was founded in 1892 at 
Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. 



1 . Pat Cassidy 

2. Mary Foltz 

3. Donna Ash 

4. Becky Fisher 

5. Francine Bovalina 

6. Carol Klingensmith 

7. Libby Woods 

8. Debbie Davisson 

9. Debbie Shannon 

10. Linda Shuttlesworth 

11. Judy Hill 

12. Judy Mills 

I 3. Monica Bitonti 

14. Chris Aaron 

15. Maggie DeBellis 



16. Joni Fennimore 

1 7. Stephanie Ely 

18. Patty Angelilli 

19. Barb Scott 

20. Betty Jayne Ivaun 

2 I . Sharon Varner 

22. Martha Lake 

23. Gail Martin 

24. Sandy Simms 

25. Dinny Osbourn 

26. Barbie Priester 

27. Nathy C. Godby 

28. Anne Prendergast 

29. Donna Robinson 




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Sigma Kappa was founded in 1874 at Colby College in 
Waterfield, Maine. Delta Phi Chapter came to this campus in 
1959. Previously, it was Sigma Theta Rho, which was 
established on this campus in 1929. 



1 . Ellaine Colich 

2. Carolyn Crislip 

3. Linda Coffman 

4. Janie Messinger 

5. Jane Lynn Davisson 

6. Joyce Sims 

7. Gay Nease 

8. Renne Swecker 

9. Charlene Williams 
10. Sue Ann Eddy 

I I . Susie Gates 



12. Mary Ann Evans 

13. Rosemary Fantasia 

14. Barb Walden 

I 5. Cheryl Carpenter 
I 6. Thelma Gvvinn 
I 7. Alice Cropp 

18. Janie Copestick 

19. Jo Ann Oliveto 

20. Linda Lantz 

21. Linda Cunningham 









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Sigma Pi, national fraternity, was founded in 1897 at 
Vencennes University, Vencennes, Indiana. In February of 
1961 this national fraternity established a colony at 
Fairmont State College. It was not until October 12, 1963 
that this colony officially became Gamma Epsilon Chapter 
of Sigma Pi. 



1 . Art Angelene 

2. Denny Confort 

3. Tom Ramsey 

4. Steve Sienkiel 

5. Joe Fisher 

6. Steve Louis 

7. Ross Daniels 

8. George Vargo 

9. Charles Stanley 
10. Devin Dodge 

I I . Ret Travers 

12. Wayne Mathias 

13. Jim Williams 

14. Randy Reeder 

15. Ralph Quick 

I 6. Charlie Burnside 
I 7. Tony Pi k ulsky 



I 8. Brad Monas 

19. Dave Berardi 

20. Gene Dugan 

21. Jim McNeely 

22. Steve Arnold 

23. Eric Leach 

24. Dave Hart 

25. Keny Shahan 

26. Chris Perkins 

27. Don Schmidt 

28. Pat Aman 

29. Hun Zeh 

30. Roger Arthur 
3 I . Bill Woofter 

32. Philip McGee 

33. Jim Rosnick 



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Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded April 20, 1898, at 
Farmville State Normal School, the present Longwood College 
in Farmville, Virginia. Formally Tau Tau Tau, a local sorority, 
Alpha Kappa Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was established 
on May 30, 1930, as the first national sorority on the campus 
of Fairmont State College. 



1. 


Louise Winstell 


18. 


Chris Maurer 


2. 


Barbara Buretz 


19. 


Susie Koehn 


3. 


Andreas Konya 


20. 


Charolette Barnebi 


4. 


Brenda Lantz 


21. 


Becky Riffe 


5. 


Joanne Di Giovanni 


22. 


Sandy Butcher 


6. 


Joyce L. Evans 


23. 


Joy Menhart 


7. 


Nancy Diamond 


24. 


Kathy Spencer 


8. 


Donna Sharrow 


25. 


Janice Lenhart 


9. 


Libby Fratto 


26. 


Michelle Plutro 


10. 


Peggy Williamson 


27. 


Becky Nester 


1 1. 


Ida Mayo 


28. 


Bonnie Bell 


12. 


Jennifer Onderko 


29. 


Theresa Bonasso 


13. 


Norma Jimeno 


30. 


Debbie O. Johnson 


14. 


Adella Slaman 


31. 


Vickie Garcia 


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Jo Ann Shultz 


32. 


Diane Pulice 


16. 


Jeannie Viglianco 


33. 


Jimmie Jo Sachetti 


17. 


Bei nadette Mainella 


34. 


Kathy Howell Polis 





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Sigma Tau Gamma, Xi Chapter, was installed at 
Fairmont State College on March 23, 1929. The fraternity 
was founded by seventeen men attending the summer 
sessions of Central Missouri State College. 



1. William Wilharm 

2. Dave Walters 

3. Jim Gilmore 

4. Paul Gowers 

5. Jim Winters 

6. Dallas Paugh 

7. Steve Cooper 

8. Clell Simmons 

9. Rich Pill 
10. Dave Judy 

I I . Bill Proctor 
I 2. Steve Murdock 
I 3. Bob Core 

14. Kurt DeMoss 

15. Jeff Hood 

16. Keith Jackson 
I 7. John Proctor 



18. Russ Conner 

19. Ron Baker 

20. Geoff Knudson 

2 I . Jeff Reggett 

22. Ed O'Neil 

23. Larry Dally 

24. Richard Snider 

25. Bob Price 

26. Randy Miller 

27. Chester Thomas 

28. Dave McGowan 

29. Steve Forsythe 

30. Leroy Grafton 

3 I . Jeff Daugherty 

32. Jim Frenzil 

33. Steve Hensley 

34. Dan Bellay 



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Tau Beta lota, the first fraternity for men on campus was 
founded in 1926 to promote a form of organization for 
athletes. It is considered the great, great grandfather 
among fraternities on campus. 



1. 


Joe Merindino 


23. 


Abby Albruzzino 


2. 


Mark Wel+y 


24. 


Charlie Bramble 


3. 


King Muriale 


25. 


Duke Burnetti 


4. 


Joe Willie Luciente 


26. 


Mike Woody 


5. 


Russell Neptune 


27. 


Harry Schwartz 


6. 


John Varner 


28. 


Snapper Echard 


7. 


Hawk Romeo 


29. 


Randy Donlin 


8. 


Dave Stout 


30. 


Space Hartlieb 


9. 


Pat Martin 


31. 


Lemuel Jaquez 


10. 


Dave Haines 


32. 


Mouse Oliveto 


II. 


Harry Gardner 


33. 


Bruno Burnett 


12. 


Joe Welty 


34. 


Tony Gregory 


13. 


Compa Warash 


35. 


Maz Marino 


14. 


Prince Piscitelli 


36. 


Mule Hawkins 


15. 


Gary Recktenwald 


37. 


Fred Zimmerman 


16. 


Joe Vavoti 


38. 


Ron Toothman 


17. 


Frank Devono 


39. 


Wayne Recktenwald 


18. 


Richard Stocking 


40. 


Mammal Mackey 


19. 


Denny L'laneza 


41. 


Bradley Dobbins 


20. 


John Tutalo 


42. 


Jean Claude Pallotta 


21. 


Barbo Barbario 


43. 


Mark Harper 


32. 


Mark Blankenship 


44. 


Jim Hawkinberry 




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Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest international fraternity for 
men, was founded on January 10, 1909. The Zeta Sigma 
Chapter was organized on the local campus in 1948 and 
became the Theta Delta Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon in 
1959. 



1 . Bob Germano 

2. Manny Caltrider 

3. John Krzys 

4. Mark Blaunt 

5. Mike DeMary 

6. Fred Phelps 

7. Jerry Feathers 

8. John Lehmen 

9. Steve Higgins 
10. Dennis Shaffer 
I I. Mike Clark 

I 2. Danny Wiekle 
I 3. Steve Taylor 
14. Bird Carnes 
I 5. Brian Blaugh 
16. Mick Price 
I 7. Larry Resczynski 
I 8. Anthony Jinmie 



19. Art Baldauf 

20. Dave Crutchfield 

21. Mark Wilson 

22. Phil Wielkle 

23. Roosevelt Neal 

24. Rich Hauldren 

25. Louis Sidow 

26. Gerry White 

27. Gary Bird 

28. Gary Woodard 

29. Frank Caputo 

30. Rod Skarzinski 
3 I . John Painter 

32. Gary Mace 

33. Rick Maxwell 

34. Bill Baron 

35. Tim Martin 

36. Dickie Ladd 



37. Don Morris 

38. Tom Arnold 

39. Gary Dent 

40. Todd Kapon 

41. Gary Price 

42. Mike Tonkovich 

43. Marvin Pikens 

44. Don Conaway 

45. Paul Warder 

46. Paul Hofbaurer 

47. Mike Thorne 

48. Mike Hoffmaster 

49. Rob Steele 

50. Mike Lindamood 

51. Bob Smith 

52. Mike Godby 

53. Larry Boroski 

54. Rocky Starrett 



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Kappa Gamma Chapter of Theta Xi fraternity merged 
with Kappa Sigma Kappa, a national social fraternity in 
1962. Theta Xi was nationally founded in 1864 at Rensselear 
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. 



1 . Jack Breech 


1 3. Vince Kelly 


2. Gus Pettit 


14. Curtis Edwards 


3. Gary Ward 


15. Bob Riley 


4. Bill Burnett 


16. Tom Pitek 


5. Steve Smith 


17. Bill Catsonis 


6. Dennis Powell 


18. Malcom Kolisack 


7. Bob Hensler 


19. Larry Breckenridge 


8. Harvey Levine 


20. Christian Breckenridge 


9. Mike Kijowski 


2 1 . Len Sendek 


10. Craig Frazier 


22. Jim Oyster 


1 1. Fred Straka 


23. Tom Six 


1 2. Joe Kuznicki 







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FRATERNITY 



Jacque Lynn Tutalo 
TAU BETA IOTA FRATERNITY 







Bonnie Bell 
SIGMA PI FRATERNITY 





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SWEETHEARTS 




Beverly Wiles Bunner 
SIGMA TAU GAMMA FRATERNITY 





Betty Nightengale Oyster 
THETAXI FRATERNITY 



Kathy Lafferty Spencer 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY 



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HOLLY BALL 








TOP RIGHT: Dean Cannon crowns Francine Bovalina Holly Ball Queen 1972. Miss Bovalina represented Phi Mu Sorority. 

BOTTOM: 1972 HOLLY BALL COURT, left to right: Debbie Huff, Sigma Pi; Susan Bradshaw, Alpha Xi Delta; Vicki Garcia, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Trudy Williams, 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; Linda Wilson, first runner-up, Delta Zeta; Francine Bovalina, Holly Ball Queen, Phi Mu; Jane Lynn Davisson, Second runner-up, Sigma Kappa, 
Jeannie Harper, Tau Beta lota; Diane Sidwell, Sigma Tau Gamma; Carol Klingensmith, Theta Xi. 



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GREEK WEEK 







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Sorority 












Fraternity 




Delta Zeta 


87 










Tau Kappa Epsilon 


135 


Phi Mu 


62 










Sigma Tau Gamma 


86 


Sigma Kappa 


48 










Theta Xi 


81 


Sigma Sigma Sigma 


43 










Sigma Pi 


80 


Alpha Xi Delta 


33 










Tau Beta lota 


70 



BELOW: Spectators applaud the efforts of TKE high jumper, Mark Talbot. 




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Sorority women bicycle toward the finish line. 




Members of Sigma Tau Gamma strive to win 
in the carriage race. 



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Fred Phelps broad jumps for Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; the fraternity has won the division 
title for thirteen consecutive years. 




Fraternity men compete in the 880 relay, one 
of the thirty events in Greek Week 
competition. 




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BASEBALL 




ABOVE: Pitcher Wayne Mathias displays the 

form that made him one of the top Falcon 

pitchers. 

RIGHT: Doug Corbett takes a pitch in a game 

against Salem. 





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BASEBALL (9-7) 



Pitcher 

Mathias 

Scott 

Scott 

Mathias 
Mathias 
Hopkins 
Scott 



2 Milligan, Tenn., Away 4 

4 Milligan, Tenn., Away 5 

6 Alderson-Broaddus, 4 

Home 

7 Salem, Home 3 

7 Davis and Elkins, Away 
6 Davis and Elkins, Away 

19 W. Va. Wesleyan, 4 
Home 

5 W. Va. Wesleyan, I Hopkins 

Home 

Salem, Away 4 Mathias 

6 W. Va. State, Home 4 Hopkins 

8 W. Va. State, Home 19 Scott 

West Liberty, Away I Mathias 

West Liberty, Away I Hopkins 

2 Morris Harvey, Home 8 Mathias 

5 Glenville, Home Mathias 

14 Glenville, Home 5 Scott 



LEFT: Home run leader John Gouzd shows his 
power swing. 




FSC BASEBALL TEAM: First row, from left: Doug Corbett, Ted Echols, Roger Arthur, Ret Travers, Don Smith, Mannie Caltrider, Steve Arnold, Jim Scott. Second 
row: Coach Wilford R. (Squibb) Wilson, Bob Hopkins, Brad Monas, Arnie Coleman, John Gouzd, Freeman Deist, Wayne Mathias. 



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TENNIS 



TENNIS (3-6) 



Morris Harvey, Away 
Shepherd, Away 
Alderson-Broaddus, Home 
California, Pa., Away 
West Liberty, Away 
Frostburg, Home 
Alderson-Broaddus, Away 
Salem, Home 
West Liberty, Home 
WVIAC Championships 



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8-0 
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Seventh Place 




TENNIS TEAM: From left: Coach Craig White, John Cambell, Kevin Jones, Greg Foley, Dave Young and Manager Ray Bradley. 



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BOWLING — 2nd IN THE NAIA 




LEFT: Team captain fires one of his many strike balls. 

BELOW: The Falcon bowling team is pictured with their trophy earned for a 
second place finish in the NAIA. Kneeling, from left: Charlie Scott, Bob 
Ayers, Bill Malone, and Bob Gardner. Second row: Coach Marvin Gould and 
Terry Falcon. Not pictured: is Ralph Robinson. 




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BOWLING: Three of team's bowlers display their championship form. TOP 
RIGHT Charlie Scott; LOWER RIGHT Bob Ayers; and BELOW Terry Falcon. 





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BOWLING: Bob Gardner LEFT and Ralph 
Robinson BELOW show that concentration is a 
vital aspect of bowling. 




181 



GOLF 



GOLF: Three of the golfers responsible for the Falcon success on the links last 
year are RIGHT Gary Dent; LOWER RIGHT Bill Haddox and BELOW Larry 
Spotloe. 






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GOLF (52-8) 



W. Va., West Liberty, Glenville 
Glenville, Davis and Elkins 
Salem and W. Va. Wesleyan 
W. Va. State and Glenville 
Morris Harvey and Rio Grande 
Southern Regional (6 teams) 
D & E and W. Va. Wesleyan 
Western Regional (10 teams) 



Lost three 



Salem and W. Va. Wesleyan 
Northern Regional 

Salem 

Central Regional 

W. Va. Wesleyan 
WVIAC Meet 



Won four 

Won three 

Lost one 

Won five 

Won two 

Won eight 

Lost one 

Won two 

Won five 

Lost one 

Won one 

Won eleven 

Lost one 

Won one 

Won ten and 

(Second Place) Lost one 




Kneeling, left to right: *Randy Scott, Bill Kerns, * 
row: *Gary Rob Mitchell, John Aman, Coach Hil 



II Haddox, Mike Veltri. Second row: *Sam Rizzo, Tim Bullian, *Rick Pagliaro, Jeff Lipinski, *Larry Spotoe. Third 
"Denotes Lettermen. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 



RESULTS 
7 wins 
I 3 losses 
Placed fourth in Conference Meet 




ABOVE LEFT: THE 1972 CROSS COUNTRY 

TEAM: First row: Wayne Rigle, Mark Vaughn, 

Rob Steele and Ed Randolph. Second row: 

Assistant coach Richard Wardian, head coach 

Bart Watson and student assistant Tedd Nash. 

Not pictured is: Lester Sandy. 

FAR LEFT: Wayne Rigle, Mark Vaughn, Rob 

Steele and Ed Randolph get their time checked 

by coach Watson. 

LEFT: Coach Watson discusses the season with 

team captain, Wayne Rigle. 



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THE 1972 FSC SOCCER TEAM: First row, from left: Rick Maxwell, Russ Smith, Stanlet Haught, Tom Ramsey, Mike Bordinat and Shot Workman. Second row: Bill 
Patrick, Paul Adams, Frank Cook, Jeff Burr, Ed McGee and Alan Carpenter. Third row: Asst. Coach Harry Fotiou, Dan Milewski, Mike Lorentz, Roger Arthur, John 
Zablackas, Larry Groves and Coach Doug Corbett. Not pictured are: Jack Breech, Mike Godfrey, Frenchie Michaud, Tana Powdiriya. 



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FAR LEFT: Tana Powdiriya displays the soccer form of his native country, 

Thailand. 

LEFT: Tom Ramsey battles a defender near the opposing goal. 

BELOW: Jeff Burr follows the ball toward the goal. 




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goal against West Liberty. 



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FOOTBALL 



CO-CAPTAIN 
Paul Deahl 





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FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE UPPERCLASSMEN ON 1972 FOOTBALL TEAM INCLUDE: Front row: Brent Smith, Chris Perkins, Willie James, Randy Rutherford, 
Bob Lambert, Ross Daniels. Gary Bird, Mike Shaver, Ted Jackson, Jim Snoderly, Trainer. Row 2: Larry Hill, Assistant Coach (defense), Mike Tonkovich, Jim Zeh, 
Miller Hall, Charles Bauer, Mark Wilson, Bill Stewart, Ted Stewart, Stan Laughlin, Mike Lindamood, Paul Deahl. Row 3: Gary McCutcheon, Assistant Coach 
(offense), Jim Oyster, Marvin Hart, Kurt DeMoss, Dana Campbell, Lambert Tsuhlares, Roosevelt Neal, Lambert Echols, Bob Smith, Dan Volosin, Dennis Shaffer, 
Head Coach William Kerr. Row 4: Earl Davis, Bob Robertson, Gerry White, John Hughes, John Fazio, Rich Hauldren, Bill Swope. STUDENT ASSISTANT 
COACHES: Matt Fortier, Fred Phelps, Larry Conaway, Andy Sedlock, Bill Haddox. 




FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS FOR 1972 



RECORD 2-7 

28 Waynesburg College (Pa.) 

35 West Virginia Wesleyan College 

7 West Virginia State College 

6 Glenville State College 

Salem College 

23 Concord College 

6 West Liberty State College 

16 Hillsdale College (Mich.) 

3 Ashland College 



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33 
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26 
45 
41 
46 



CO-CAPTAIN 
Bill Swope 




FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: First row, left to right: Howard Seibert, Terry Galam, Mike Nettles, Roger Johnson, Ricky Rome, 
Jack Wilson, Lawrence Goodine, Kennith Kerr. Second row: Donald Evans, Jack Renick, Dan Roselle, Mike Maxium, Jim Williams, Larry Southern, Tim Daniels, Dale 
Thomas, Tony Monday. Third row: Jim Boyd, Grey Rustymere, Duke West, Mark Mason, Doug Kiger, Alan Deaner, Tim Schramn, Ken Howser, Harold Gilland. 
Fourth row: John Garrnett, Mike Kirk, Gerald Kelley and Brian Swisher. 



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ABOVE: Tim Daniel carries ball past an 
end against Concord. 

LEFT: Ted Jackson, the all-time leading 
ground gainer in FSC history, moves 
for yardage against West Virginia 
State. 



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Coaching the 1972 Falcon footballers were: First row: Larry Hill, asst. coach, defense; Bill Kerr, head coach; and Gary McCutcheon, asst. coach, offense. Second 
row: Fred Phelps, Matt Fortier, Larry Conaway and Andy Sedlock, student assistants. Not pictured is Bill Haddox, student asst. 



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FAR LEFT: Doug Kiger gives teammate John Hughes a pat on the back for a 
tackle against Salem. LOWER LEFT: Tailback Randy Rutherford takes a dive 
against West Virginia State. ABOVE: Coaches Bill Kerr and Gary 
McCutcheon watch the action from the sidelines. BOTTOM: Falcon defenders 
swarm around a Waynesburg runner. 




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TRACK 



RIGHT: Bill Black displays determination as he participates in long jump 

competition. 





FSC 1972 TRACK TEAM: First row, from left: Coach Joe N. Bundy Jerry Zemanek, Jim Boyers, Miller Hall, Roosevelt Neal, Al McClure, Bill Black, Ross Daniels. 
Second row: Dallas Paugh, Bill Tibbs, Gary Stout, Jerry Feathers, Wayne Regl, Tedd Nash. Delbert "Dusty" Hayhurst, Bill Haddox, Rob Steele and Bill Robinson. 
Back row: Paul Hofbauer, Norm Thomas, Curt Chaney, John Hughes, John Carlson, Gary Bird, Mike Argabrite, Jerry Davisson, Gerry White, Ted Jackson, and 
Dale Rexroad. 



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TRACK (22-4) 




Fairmont Invitational, 5 first places 




Marietta Invitational, First place (12 teams) 




WVU, Slippery Rock (Lost 86'/ 2 . 5I"V 2 , 43) 




W. Va. Wesleyan (Won 1 13-34) 




Alderson-Broaddus (Won 134-11) 




WVU (Mountaineer) Relays, 1 first place 




Indiana, Pa. (Lost 76-79) 




Ohio State Relays, Second place 




W. Va. Wesleyan ( 1 04-59 '/ 2 ) 




Salem (l04-l4'/ 2 ) 




Penn Relays 




WVIAC Championships (Won 7 — Lost 1) 




Second Place — 124 5/6 pts. 






LEFT: Ross Daniels tries for the big lift to get hii 
over the barrier in pole vault action. 



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RIGHT: John Carlson flies through the air en route to some of the points that 
make him the leading scorer through tour years of track at Fairmont. BELOW: 
Curt Chaney breaks the tape just ahead of Norm Thomas in the 440 
intermediate hurdle competition last spring. 





198 




LEFT: Miller Hall demonstrates his prowess in shot put action. BELOW: 
Record high jump performer "Fosbury Flops" his way over 6'8 ". 




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SWIMMING 



THE BEST FALCON 
SWIMMING EVER 



SWIMMING 



(SEASON RECORD — 7-5) 



Fairmont 


Opponent 


82 


Georgetown University 


31 


71 


California State College 


42 


69 


Glenville State College 


38 


75 


Berea College 


36 


67 


Capital University 


46 


47 


West Virginia Wesleyan 


66 


39 


Morris Harvey 


72 


63 


West Va. Institute of Tech. 


50 


40 


West Virginia University 


71 


29 


West Liberty 


82 


59 


West Virginia Wesleyan 


54 


43 


Youngstown State University 


70 



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FSC SWIMMING TEAM (left to right): Coach Mahaney. B. Ott, L. Dally, R. Baker, B. Price. Row 2: K. Bartg.s, B. Dillon, M. Koliscak, D. Hayes, A. Remhart, D. 
Schmidt. Row 3: M. Boggs. B. Schafer, H. Levine, J. Deem, M. Phillips, T. Martin, J. Armbruster. Row 4: C. Bauer, D. Deiterich, B. Scott, R. Rizzoto, B. Mason,' C. 
Mazzei, R. Kobe, R. White, J. Ecremen. 



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TOP: Joe Deem leaves pool after a workout. 
LEFT: Jeff Armbruster shows how he helped the 
Falcons to a successful season. BELOW: Bruce 
Schaffer pauses in individual medley action. 







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RIGHT: Falcon Mermaids Barbara Mason, Cinny Mazzei, and Patty Rizzoto 
served as managers on this year's swim team. BOTTOM: Record holder Bruce 
Dillon demonstrates the butterfly. NEXT PAGE TOP: High scoring Terry 
Martin shows form that made him one of Team's top point producers. NEXT 
PAGE BOTTOM: Coach Steve Mahaney discusses strategy with team captain 
Malcolm KoliscaL 





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WRESTLING 



RIGHT: Senior Mike Kijowski tries to get his opponent on 
his back for a possible pin. 




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COACHES AND CAPTAINS: First row, from left: John Stephenson, Sam Church, head coach; and Mike Hostler. Second row: Bill Proctor and assistant coach Matt 
Fortur. 



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LEFT: Sophomore Marvin Pickens grapples for 
position against his Indiana opponent. BELOW: 
Heavyweight Mike Hostler leaves his Alderson- 
Broaddus opponent in pain after a quick pin. 




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RIGHT: Veteran Joe Na+ernicola struggles to take down 
his opponent. 





1973 WRESTLING TEAM: First row, from left: John Stephenson, Steve Sienkel, Bob Smith, Brad Smith, Mike Kirby, and John Jogst. Second row, from left: Mike 
Hostler, John Proctor, Butch Collins, Bill Proctor, Marvin Pickins, and Joe Naternicola. Not pictured: Mike Kijowski. 



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WVIAC CHAMPIONS 






WRESTLING 






(SEASON RECORD 6-4) 




Fairmont Oppo 


nent 


15 


Edinboro 


19 


33 


Marshall 


12 


19 


California 


24 


14 


Waynesburg 


24 


43 


Alderson-Broaddus 


3 


38 


St. Vincent's 


15 


17 


West Liberty 


3 


29 


West Virginia University8 


14 


Akron University 


24 


41 


Glenville 


3 


* 


WVIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 


103 


:l/ 2 West Liberty ! 


37i/ 2 



LEFT: Veteran Bill Proctor struggles for a pin as 
the referee awards him points. BELOW: John 
Stephenson tries to get his Alderson-Broaddus 
opponent on his back. 




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BASKETBALL 



ONE OF NATION'S BEST 





BASKETBALL 






(SEASON'S RECORD 27-3) 




Fairmont 




Opponent 


96 


Shepherd 


74 


94 


West Virginia Wesleyan 


79 


64 


Glenville 


56 


77 


Wheeling College 


55 


1 10 


Waterloo Lutheran University 


49 


78 


Morris Harvey 


76 


74 


Davis & Elkins 


63 


82 


West Liberty 


51 


105 


West Virginia Tech 


75 


69 


Beckley College 


54 


101 


Salem 


81 


54 


West Virginia State 


63 


55 


Glenville 


49 


78 


Alderson-Broaddus 


51 


89 


West Virginia Wesleyan 


50 


61 


Salem 


64 


55 


Morris Harvey 


50 


83 


Wheeling College 


65 


80 


Bluefield State 


85 


103 


Alderson-Broaddus 


63 


60 


Point Park 


50 


98 


West Liberty 


61 


63 


Point Park 


64 


64 


West Virginia State 


62 


WVIAC 


TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS, 
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 
WVIAC TOURNAMENT 


DISTRICT 28 


75 


West Virginia Tech 


46 


65 


Glenville 


58 


86 


Bluefield 


67 




The 1973 Falcon Basketball Team — First Row, from left: Bob Cooper, Paul Albanese, Greg Murphy, Coach Joe Retton, Les Shaffer, Brad Butcher, and Paul Kroll 
Second Row, from left: Butch Haswell, Ed Lemon, Lerman Battle, Bill Lindsey, Jeff Osbourne, and Steve Heffner. 



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BUBBA 




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LEAPIN LERMAN 




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ONE OF THE ALL-TIME LEADING FSC 
SCORERS — BUTCH HASWELL 




LEFT: Senior veteran Butch Haswell hits two of hi 
career points against Shepherd. BELOW: Butch 
displays the shooting form that moved him into 
the top five department of the FSC all-time 
scorers. 



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RIGHT: Brad Butcher connects on the scoring 
end of a Falcon fast break. BELOW: Brad 
drives toward the bucket against Glenville. 




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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD 




213 




RIGHT: Ed Lemon goes up for two points in the Fairmont win 
over W. Va. Tech. BELOW: Leapin' Lerman puts the finishing 
touches on his patented hook shot against Shepherd. 




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LEFT: Lerman Battle vies for position underneath. LOWER LEFT: Butch 
Haswell and Lerman Battle double-team a Bluefield shooter. BELOW: 
Paul Kroll looks at the basket as he prepares to drive against Glenville. 





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UPPER RIGHT: Guard Steve Heffner brings the ball into 
the forecourt. RIGHT: Bill Lindsey and Butch Haswell 
attempt to stop a Bluefield opponent from shooting. 
BELOW: Lerman Battle hits another of his many hook 
shots taken this year. 




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LEFT: Freshman guard Steve Heffner prepares to lay the ball up after making a steal 
against West Liberty. LOWER LEFT: Heffner scores his first two points as a Falcon against 
Shepherd. BELOW: Sophomore guard Les Shaffer gave the Falcons depth in the guard 
position. 





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WOMEN'S 
ATHLETICS 




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HOCKEY: Back, left to right: Dee Shaver, Janie Taylor, Patti Weaver, Rusty Phillips, Rose Ann Feltz, Carol Moore, Arietta Henderson, Lesley McDonald, Susan 
Begunich, Lee Ann Smith, Lois Southern, Charlene Pacini, Bertha Grishkat, Mary Kay White, Ellen McNeil, Carolyn Chrislip, Becky Baker, Marilee Arnett, Joyce 
Sims, Yvonne Gibbons. Front: VARSITY: Denise Adams, Nancy Strapko, Jeannie Bee, Jenny Smith, K. J. Taylor, Kim Grogan, Robyn Wood, Janet Stingo, Susie 
Meadows, Penny Holdsworth, Josette Wilson, Sandy Brown, Donna Wright. 



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ABOVE: GIRL'S SOFTBALL TEAM: Back left to right: Chris Presto, K. J. Taylor, Denise Osbourn, Robyn Wood, Jenny Smith, Miss Lucy Fleming. Front: Donna 
Wright, Marilyn Riley, Karen Lutz, Kim Grogan, Sherry Lough, Rusty Phillips. 




FSC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM: Front row: Delores Hedrick, Anna Williams, Donna Wright, Gladys Williams, Leanne Smith, Kim Grogan, Wendy Leavy and 
Josette Wilson. Second row: Shelly Hyde, Susie Medows, Jane Wetzel, Janet Stingo, Denny Osbourn, Bonnie Watts, Mary Kay White, Kathy Horner and Susan 
Begunich. 



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VOLLEYBALL: Back left to right: Rusty Phillips. Mary Kay White, Ruth Wise, Linda Blankenship, Shelley Hyde, Mary Taylor, Debbie Roper, Jackie Dooley, Bonnie 
Watts, Miss Lucy Fleming. Front: Penny Holdsworth, Wendy Leavy, Denise Hinch, Nancy Garner, Josette Wilson. 




TENNIS: Left to right: Linda Blankenship, Wendy Leavy, Nancy Tuckwiler, Janet Stingo, Charlene Taylor, Sandy Brown. 



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Fairmont, W. Va. 
363-1600 



PIANOS AND ORGANS 

• Baldwin 

• Lowery 

• Wurliker 



MAGNAVOX 

Stereo 

Color TV 

and 

Components 



BAND INSTRUMENTS 

• Leblanc 

• Olds 

• Selmer 



224 



"MUSIC MAKES YOUR HOUSE A HOME' 



LEVINE'S 



Men's Wear Women's Wear 



323 Adams Street 
Fairmont, West Virginia 



Say 1+ With Flowers 
From 

HAUGES FLOWER 
STORE 

505 Fairmont Ave. 



KOPPER KETTLE 
STEAK HOUSE 

425 Fairmont Ave. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Phone 366-1042 
Steaks Our Specialty 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

In Fairmont 

"Friendly Bank" 



Member Of 
F.R.B. and F.D.I.C. 



RAWLINGS OPTICIANRY 



Finest Eyewear 

in Fashion and Quality 

Nothing You Buy . . . 

Costs So Little 

. . Yet Gives You So Much 

Since 1946 
We Care About Your Eyes 



Fairmont 
Hotel 



HENRY and HARDESTY Inc. 



Insurance — Bonding 
F.S.C. Student Insurance 



517 Fairmont Ave. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Phone 363-7000 



ANTHONY CHEVROLET 
COMPANY 




'Marion County's 
Volume Dealer" 



Complete Chevrolet 
Sales and Service 

Phone 366-3500 



225 



\k&4 



The Complete 

Department 

Store 



Serving the People of 

the Monongahela Valley 

for 95 Years 



Our 

Congratulations 

to the Class 

Of 73 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Phone 363-3600 



226 



It's the real thing, 
Coke. 



Trade-mark (r) 




BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

FAIRMONT COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING WORKS, INC. 



FAIRMONT 

PRINTING 

COMPANY, INC. 



210 Ogden Ave. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Phone 363-8500 




"The Store That Listens" 

Merchant Street 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



WELL DONE AND GOOD LUCK! 




STEVENS STUDIOS 

A Complete Photographic Service 



CITY NATIONAL BANK 




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Fairmont, W. Va. 


Fairmont's Paper Distribution Center 


Member of F.D.I. C. 




"Insured up to $20,000. Big enough to 




serve you, smal enough to appreciate you.'' 


MARION PAPER 


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SERVICE) 

\BANKy 


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^fRl'SERVICE 


TARLETON 


(if^rj) 


MOTOR COMPANY 






Sixth St. and Beltline 


Buick . . . Opel . . . Olds 


Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 


Fairmont Ave. at 3rd St. 





Will he take 
the right road? 

On the threshold of his career. 
He can go in many directions. 
We think the right road is here 
in West Virginia. 

Our young people need new jobs 
and greater opportunities. This is 
one of the reasons Hope Natural 
Gas has a vigorous industrial 
development program to bring new 
enterprises into West Virginia. 
That young man is one of our 
state's most valuable resources. 
We want him to stay here. 

W HOPE NATURAL GAS COMPANY 




228 



HANDO'S RESTAURANT 



Fine Foods 

at 
East Side 

and 

West Side 

in 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

The Finest Spaghetti 
363-9408 363-9720 




Sales And Service 

On All Equipment 

Downtown Gift Center 

ADAMS 
OFFICE SUPPLY 



210 Adams St. 



Ph. 363-0651 
363-0650 



ALCAN 

ALUMINUM 

CORPORATION 




ALCAN 



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FAIRMONT PLANT 



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Frank Lee 



(Joke of Uk Johns 



in Fairmont 

920 KC CBS 



5000 Watts 



BARRICK MOTOR 
CO. 

"Your Jeep Dealer" 



1377 Locust Ave. 
Fairmont 

Phone 363-3311 



MAUNZ 

Individual Shop For 
Men 

"Dress Well and 
Succeed" 

Fairmont Clarksburg 

Middletown Mall 



229 



PENN AUTO SALES INC. 




Your Toyota Dealer 




Located on Bellview Blvd. 




The Most Toyota 

Mark II 

Luxury and Economy 


CROSBY BEVERAGE 


Phone 366 2720 


Blue Ribbon 

and 

Duquesne 




KISNER CONSTRUCTION 
AND SUPPLY COMPANY 

•Glidden Paint 
•Unfinished Furniture 
•Giftware 


1 101 Indiana Ave. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Phone 363-7470 


408 Morgantown Ave. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 




FIRST FEDERAL 


HALE ELECTRIC 


SAVINGS & LOAN 


COMPANY 


"Best Wishes to 
Fairmont State College" 


Electrical Contractors 


Member of F.S.L.I.C. 
Insured up to $20,000 


Pleasent Valley Road 
Fairmont, W. Va. 


230 





A MAN CAN GROW 



C -/Inc/ keep 0/? Growing 

W WITH OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY 




Ours is a growing company and we can 
grow together in fields where a man has 
ample opportunity and room to carve out a 
satisfying Life-time career. 

We offer you stability that is inherent in 
the business of manufacturing and distrib- 
uting a variety of goods, continually being 
broadened by the development of new 
products reaching new markets. 

You can enjoy the advantages that come 
from association with a company which is 
outstanding in reputation and prestige in 
its field. 

You can benefit from a training program 
that has proved its worth to a large number 
of young men during the past several years 
as we have expanded our operations. 

You can have the security to be found in 
an organization where men stay and grow 



with a growing company, where there are 
liberal life and health insurance plans, and 
solidly established retirement plans. 



OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY LINES INCLUDE: 

Duraglas bottles and |ars • Closures 

Plastic containers • Plastic fitments 

Corrugated paper shipping boxes 

Multiwall bags • Kraft paper for boxes 

Glass television bulbs • Glass tubing 

Glass rod • Electrical insulators 

Laboratory glass • Vials • Ampuls 

Libbey Safedge tumblers and stemware 

Glass block • Hardwood panels and doors 



We are interested in qualified young men 
with either technical or non-technical back- 
grounds for training in sales, production 
management or general engineering. We 
invite those interested to write directly to: 



Director, Selection of Specialized Personnel 



MAKERS OF (J) PRODUCTS 



Owens-Illinois 

Glass Container Division 

plant • fairmont, west virginia 



231 



NDEX 



FACULTY 

Amos. Dr. Raymond E. — 37 
Arcure. Martin M. — 36 
Arnold. Dr. Eugene — 28 
Ashton. John H. — 29 
Ayers. Dr. Phyllis— 38. 107 
Baker. William III — 26 
Batson. David Charles — 31 
Bauer, Dr. Robert — 104 
Boram, Dr. William A. — 20 
Brooks. James — 29 
Bundy. Joseph — 36, 196 
Burgess. Wayland D. — 28 
Burns. Mrs. Doris W — 26 
Burns. Miss Ruth Ann — 26 
Cameron, Dr. Robert — 38 
Cannon. George E. — 22, 108 
Caplan, Mrs. Deborah M. — 35 
Cavanaugh. Dr. Jean C, — 32 
Chidester. M.ss Mary Beth — 40 
Church. Dr. Samuel — 204 
Clarke. Dr. Paul A. — 28 
Coleman, Dr. James E. — 37, 99 
Collins, Dr Edmund E. — 37 
Conaway, John — 23 
Conn, Robert H. — 32 
Conrad. Hunter J. — 22 
Copeland. Miss Margaret E. — 32 
Co.. Homer W. — 2 I 

Creasy. Dr. William D. — 37 

Cunningham. Dr. Glenms — 28 
Doolittle. Dr. Margaret T. — 28 
Duling. Galen — 20 
Dunlevy. James O. — 34 
Dunn. Dr. Billy G. — 24 
Duvall. Harold S. — 36 
Edwards. Dr. Paul E. — 20. 107 

Feaster. Dr. E. K. — 18. 121 

Fernse, Richard — 27 

Fitzerald, Dr, Russell — 28 

Fleming. Miss Luc v G. — 36. 219, 220 

Ford, Miss Vicki Jean — 27 

Fowler, Dwight — 31 

Fox. Mrs. Dorothy — 35 

Fox. Richard — 26 

Frederick. Arthur L. — 3 1 . 101 

Frye, A. Neil — 22 

Fulda. Dr. Michael — 38 

Garner. Clifford — 3 1. 101 

Gatrell. A. Steven — 38 

Gick, G. Alan — 26 

Goodwin, James C. — 31 

Gould. Marvin — 26, 179 

Gray, Lowell — 29 

Garella, Michael — 28 

Gnmsley, Mrs, Barbara J. — 35 

Hadley. Dr. Harry J. — 28 

Hamilton. Donald L. — 29 

Hammel. Stuart F. — 99 

Harman, Glenn A. — 26 

Haynes, Dr. D. Stephen — 37 

Henderson, J. — 36 

Herring, Lewis H. — 31 

Hess, Mrs. Melva C. — 30 
Hill, Larry — 36, 183. 190 
Home, Miss Nancy — 26 
Hupp, Mrs, Mary — 33 

Jackson, Dr. Byron K. — 32 

Jaynes, Edgar N. — 26 

Johnson, Dr Lowell E — 28 
Jones, Mrs, Marilynn D. — 32 
Joshi, Tulasi — 38 
Julian. Will, am F. — 27 
Kerr, William H. — 36, 190 
Kornberg, Dr. Harvey R. — 38 
Larkm. Miss Margaret — 34 
LaRue, Dr. James A. — 34 
Laughl.n, William M , Jr. — 26 
Lawson. Harold — 21 
Lengel, Richard R, — 38 
Leonard, Loy W. — 31 101 
Lough, M,ss Jo Ann — 40, 96 
Mahaney. Stephen — 36, 200. 203 
Manley, Charles G. II ■ 40. 135 
Meighen, Mrs. Mary M. — 35 
Michna. Adam F, — 37 
Miecznikowski, Richard — 29 
Milam, Otis H,. Jr. — 23 
Miller. Dr. Martha L. — 35 
Moerk, Dr. Alice A. — 29. Ill 
Moody. Miss Frances — 29, III 
Morgan, Mrs, Anne — 32 
Morgan, Miss Mary E, — 38 
Muto. Miss Lois — 23, 108 
McCormick, Dr. Charles — 107 
McCutcheon. Gary — 36, 190, 195 
McGrath, Mrs. Linda — 36 
McLaughlin. Dr. Earl G. — 28 
Naegele, Orville D. — 37 
Nailler. Mrs. Barbara — 28 
Neptune, Miss Marlyn G. — 36 
Newcome. Mrs. Mildred M. — 32 
Nichols. Mrs. Emily — 26 
Nieves. Alvar L. — 38 



Nunnally. Thomas — 3 1 
O'Dell. Mrs. Nancy— 35 
Overking. Michael — 40 
Pearse, Ronald D. — 39 
Pease. Dr, Louise McNeill — 39, 10 
Pell. Peter E. — 23, I 16 
Petro, Miss Flora R, — 26 
Pheasant, John — 31 
Phillips, Walter F. — 31 
Phillips. Dr. William E. — 28 
Potesta, Dr. Woodrow A. — 2t 
Potter. William — 26 
Powell. Miss Ruth Ann — 33 
Pnester, Harry G. — 28 
Pntchett. Dr. William — 37 
Pulice. Frank — 23. 108 
Pulsifer, Jack R, — 39 
Radcliff. Mrs, Judith — 30 
Reinhardt. Robert — 39 
Retton, Joseph — 36 
Rice. Alva J., Jr. — 21 
Richardson. Dr. Rayman — 37 
Rowe, Miss Melanie Jeanne — 34 
Ruoff. Dr, Will, am D. — 37 
Ryan. Dr. Patricia P. — 39, 104 
Rymer. Mrs. Jeanne — 30 
Schaupp, Dr. Fred — 26 
Schneider. William — 34 
Schooley. Mrs. Anne — 29 
Schultzbank. Philip— 26 
Scott. Mrs. Carol Sue — 35 
Shaffer. William — 27 
Shan, Dr. Robert — 37 
Sherren, Dav,d — 31 
Skaggs, Mrs. Ruth — 30 
Skinner. Dr. Waldon — 36. 133 
Snyder, Mrs. Suzanne — 40 
Sonnenshein. Dr Richard — 32 
Springer, Hugh — 39, 107 
Spnngman, Charles — 29 
Straight, Earl — 24 
Swanson, Allan — 3 I 
Sweeney, Mrs, Chnstiane — 32 
Swiger, Dr. Elizabeth — 37, 99 
Taylor. Dr. John — 29 
Teahan. John — 32. 133 
Thompson. William — 3 I 
Turner, James — 37, 99 
Van Horn. Miss Joanne — 39 
Wang. Dr, Yu San— 38 
Ward, Miss Jean — 36 
Wardian. Richard — 39, 107. 184 
Watson, Bart— 32. 184 
Weber. Daniel — 40. 96, I 36 
Wellock, Richard — 29, 106 
White. Craig — 39. 178 
Whiteman, Richard — 31 
Willard, Mrs. Margaret — 28 
Wilson. W, R. — 24, 177 
Wise, Kenneth — 31, 101 
Yost, Paul — 21, 27 
Young, James — 39 



Aaron, Christine — 107. 153 

Abruzzino, John — 162 

Adams, Denise — 218 

Adams, Paul — 186 

Adams. Yvonne — 98 

Agee. George — 41. 101 

Albanese. Paul — 208 

Albertson, James — 99 

Allan. Ronald — 131 

Allard, Linda —42 

Allen, Cindy — I 19, 149 

Allen. Delores — 66. 97 

Allevato, Mary Ann — 42 

Alt, George — 66 

Alvaro, Angelo — 42 

Aman, John — 183 

Aman, Pat — 157 

Amos, Alice — 66 

Amos, George — I 34 

Amos, Julie — 106 

Anderegg. Robert — 157 

Anderson, Elizabeth — 66, 151 

Anderson, Mark — 66 

Anderson, Patricia — 66 

Anderson, Susan — 86 

Andrick, Cathy — 86 

Angelilli. Dana — 162 

Angel. Hi. Patricia — 153 

Annon, Teresa — 42 

Anselene, Arthur — 42, 45, 108, 116, 157 

Antolini, Joyce — 42 

Argabnte, Mike — 196 

Armbruster, William — 86. 200 

Arnett. Joanna — 66, 149 

Arnett. Marilee — 218 

Arnold. Mary — 76 

Arnold, Stephen — 157, 177 

Arnold, Thomas — 165 

Arnott, Randall — 66 



Ash. Donna — 153 

Ash, Vickie — 86 

Ashcraft, Beverly — I 12 

Ashcraft, Chns — 122 

Atkinson. Bonnie — 42. 96, 106. 107. 132, 137 

Aurthur, Roger — 157, 177, 186 

Auvil, Jean — 86 

Auvil, Randall — 66 

Auvil, Sandra — 76, 100 

Ayers, Robert — 162, 179, 180 



Bacco, James — 131 

Bailey, Deborah — 76, 100 

Bailey, Harold — 161, 193 

Bailey, James — 107 

Baisi, Patricia — 149 

Baker, Elizabeth — 42 

Baker, Lynde — 86 

Baker, Rebecca — 66, 149, 218 

Baker, Ronald — 76, 200 

Baldauf. Aurthur — 165 

Ball. Sandra — 86 

Barberio, Anthony — 162 

Bard, Margaret — 149 

Barker. Sheila — 76 

Barnabei. Charlotte — 159 

Barnett. Ann —42 

Barnett. Robert — 97 

Barr, Bonnie — I I I 

Barnck, Michelle — 76, 106, 130. 131 

Barron, Patricia — 122 

Barron, William — 165 

Bartgis, Kevin — 76, 200 

Bartholow. Margaret — 42. 100 

Bartlett, Pamela — 42 

Bartlett, Virginia — 42 

Bates. Clyde — 66. 13 1. 144 

Batson, Edra — 42 

Battle, Lerman — 208, 210, 214. 215. 216 

Bauer, Charles — 66, 190, 200 

Beall, Louise —44, I 19, 157 

Beall. Sally — 43, I 19 

Beatty. Robert — 102 

Bee, Jeanne — 43, 218 

Bee, Larry — 66 

Beeghly. Patricia — 66, 97, 100 

Beerbower, Paula — 66 

Begunich, Susan — 86, 218, 219 

Bell, Bonnie — 66, 155, 168 

Bellay, Dan — 161 

Bellot+o. John — 86 

Bennett, Susan —43 

Bennett. Victoria — 86 

Benson. Sara — 86. 112 

Berard,, David — 157 

Berdine, Mary Lou — 76 

Berkley, Joyce — 76 

Bernot, Thomas — 76 

Berry, Rhonda — 67 

Beymer, Pamela — 43, 149 

Biddle, Pauline —43, III 

Biller, Kathy — 43 

Biondi, Cynthia — 76. 102 

Bird. Gary — 165, 190. 196 

Bishop, Mane —43 

Bissett, Victor — 102 

Bitonti. Monica — 107, I 19, 153 

Bitonti, Veronica — 43 

Black. William — 196 

Blagg. Bruce — 67 

Blain, Reed — 166 

Blake, Jacgueline — 86 

Blake, Sue — 86 

Blankship. Elizabeth — 76 

Blankenship. Mary — 220 

Blend, Diane — 86 

Blevins, Barbara — 67 

Blough, Brian — 165 

Blount, Maury — 165 

Blumline, Margaret — 67 

Board, Gene — 43 

Bode. Diana — 151 

Boggess. Leslie — 43. 108, 146 

Boggess, Tanya — 43 

Boggs, Margaret — 43 

Boggs. Mike — 86, 200 

Bokey, Pamela — 67 

Bolte. Roderick — 43 

Bolyard, Pamela — 43, I 19 

Bonasso. Theresa — 67, 98. I 19, 126, 127, 155 

Bonfili, William —67 

Bongiorni, Gary - 76 

Boord, Wanda — 67 

Boram, Robert — 162 

Borinat, Mike — 186 

Boroski. Larry — 43, 165 

Bovalina. Francme — 69, 106, 116, 131, 159, 171 

Bowley, Alan — 67 106 

Boyce, Dana Alan — 76 

Boyd. James Lee — 191 

Boyer. Joanne — 43. 96, I 28 

Boyers, James — 67. 196 

Boyles, Nancy — 76 



dshaw. Susan — 45. 56, 112, 116, 119, 149, 171 

amble. Charles — 162 
nd. Cora — 108 

annon, Pamela — 86, 100 

asky, John — 44 
ckenndge. Larry— 44, 102, 166 
don, Mernlyn — 76 
don, Patricia —44 

eech. Jack — 166 
nneman, Douglas — 44 
ssler. Iris — 133 

ewer, Roger — 146 

II, Dennis — 67 

nkley. Elizabeth — 44 

jokover. Barbara — 106. III. 122 

3wn, Diana — 86 

)»n, John — 162 

>wn, Joyce — 44, 97 

own. Kim — 76 

own, Kimberly — 86 

own, Rebecca — 106 

own, Sandra —44. 218. 220 

own. Stanley — 44, 98 

own, William — 106 

owning, Juanity — 86 

ugnoli. Susan — 76 

unett, John — 162 
Bulhan. Timothy— 183 
Bunner. Bev — 169 
Bunner, Doug — I 12, 161 
Buretz, Barbara — 44, 108, 119. 159 
Burger, Kathy — 104 
Burke, Karen — 76. 100. 105 
Burns. Kafhryn — 149 
Burnside. Charles — 157 
Burr, Jeffrey — 86, 186, 187, 188 
Butcher, Kenneth — 208, 212 
Butcher, Sandra — 159 
Butler, Sara — 44, 99, I 19 



Cady, Bar 


bara - 


- 44, 107 


Ca. 


l, Nar 


cy — 


44 


Ca, 


-i, Pat 


I — 86 


Caltrider, 


Emam. 


el — 165 


Cal 


/ert, Hermar 


— 76 


Car 


npbell 


Dana 


— 190 


Car 


npbell 


Debr, 


— 44 


Car 


npbell 


John 


— 178 


Car 


npbell 


Mary 


Ellen — 6 


Car 


npo, C 


lann - 


- 77 



6 7 



Capen, Todd — 165 

Capozzi, Monica — 44 

Caputo, Frank — 165 

Carder. Rita-— 44 

Carlomany. Russell — 87 

Carlson. John — 196. 198 

Carnes, Jerry — 165 

Carpenter. Alan — 186 

Carpenter. Cheryl — 67, 119 

Carpenter, Sheryl — 155 

Carr, Mitchell — 157 

Carroll, Constance — 87 

Carse, Christopher — 44 

Carter, 'Larry — 162 

Casseday, Jeffery — 44, 116. 157 

Cassiday. Patricia— 126, 127. 153 

Catsonis, William — 166 

Cecchinelli, Gary — 44 

Chaddock, Debra — 105 

Chamberlain. Glen — 77. 146 

Chaney, Curt — 196. 198 

Channell, Charles E. — 45 

Channell. Kathy — 45, 101. 116, 117, 159. 132, 137 

138 
Chefren, Charles — 45 
Cheslock, Shelly — 87 
Chrobak, Diana — 67. 135 
Clagett, Catherine — 45 
Clagett, Michael — 146 
Clark, Michael — 165 
Clayton, Sherry —45 
Clevenger. Nancy — 112 
Clyde, Charles — 87 
Coffindaffer, Debra — 87 
Coffman, Linda —45, 155 
Cole, Laura —45, 109 
Coleman, Howard — 67, 119, 177 
Coleman, Zena — 87 
Colich. Ellaine — 67, 106, 122, 155 
Collins, Joyce —98 
Collins, Kenneth — 45 
Collins, Will, am — 206 
Conaway, Danile — 165 
Conaway. Larry — 157, 190 
Conch, Joseph — 87 
Confort, Denn.s — 157 
Connell, Doris — 45 
Conrad, Mary — 87 
Conwell, Cynthia — 45, 100 
Cook. Don — 157 
Cook, Elizabeth — 45. Ill 
Cook, Frank — 45, 186 
Cooper, Bobby — 208 



232 



Cooper, Stephen — 161 

Copestick, Mary Jane — 46, 155 

Corbett, Doug — 176, 177, 186 

Corbitt, Deborah — 77 

Core, Robert— 161 

Cornwall. Kenneth — 79 

Cottnll. Bernice — 46 

Cottrill, Roberta — 14. 67 

Courtney, Odbert — 46 

Cox, Donald — 46 

Cox, Martha — 46 

Cox, Pamela — 67 

Cozad, Lisbeth — 87 

Criado, Cheryl — 125 

Crickenberger, Mary — 77 

Crislip. Carolyn — 77, 155, 218 

Crites. Diane — 87 

Cropp, Alice — 46, 155 

Cross. Clark — 46 

Crutchfield. David — 46. 112. 165 

Cunningham. Linda — 46, 155 

Cunningham, Ronald — 68 

Curry, Daniel — 68, 96, 106. 116. 117, I 18, 132, 

136 
Curry, David —46 
Curry, Renee — 77 
Cushman, James — 87 
Custer, Sheila — 87 



Dailey, James 

Dailey, Joyce — 68 

Dabruzzo. Gale — 87 

Dally, Larry — 88. 200 

Daniels, Jane — 88 

Daniels. Tim — 191. 192 

Daniels, Ross — 157. 190. 196, 197 

Daugherty, Willis — 161 

Davidson, Linda — I 12. 159 

Davis. Anne M —46 

Davis, Bonnie — 88 

Davis, Earl — 190 

Davis, Lorraine — 88', 98 

Davis, Sally — 100 

Davison, Asa — 196 

Davisson, David — 88 

Davisson. Deborah — 46. 100, 107, I 19, 153 

Davisson, Jane Lynn — 46, 155, 171 

Dawson, Joelme — 68, 128 

Day, Paula — 77, 149 

Day. Susan — 77 

Deahl. Paul — 190 

Dean, Lawrence — 157 

Dean, Rickey — 77 

Deaner, Alan — 191 

Debalski, Beverly — 46, 125 

DeBellis, Margaret — 153 

DeCarlo, Linda — 68 

Deem, Joseph — 77. 200 

Deist. Freeman — 177 

Delaney, Deborah — 46 

Dell.nger, Tabitha — 77, 100 

Delsignore. Larry — 157 

Deluca, Kathleen — 77 

Demary, Michael — 165 

DeMoss. Kurt — 161, 190 

Denkenberger. Susan — 77, 100, 130. 131 

Dent. Gary — 165, 182 

Devoul, Sidney — 46 

Devono, Frank — I 12, I 19, 162 

Diamond, Nancy — 46, 96, 101, 128, 129, 159 

Didomenico, Dlisa — 77 

Dieterich, Dana — 88. 200 

Digiovanni, Joanne — 159 

Digiorgi, Valerie — 77 

Dillon, Bruce — 77, 200, 202 

DiMaio. Jill —94 

Dobrin, Marion — 77 

Dodd. Faye — 77 

Dodge, Larry — 157 

Doman, Vickie — 68 

Donlln, Robert— 162 

Dooley, Jacqueline — 88, 98. 220 

Dorsey, Joseph — 128. 129 

Drapper, Terry — 68 

Dreisinger, Thomas — 46, 138, 139 

Dryden, Charles — 122 

Duckworth, Dand — 161 

Dugan, Eugene — 68, 157 

Dunlevy, Linda — 88 

Dunn, Deborah — 77 

Drust, Vickie — 77 



Eates, Larry — 68 
Echols. Ted —48, 98, 177 
Echols, Lambert — 190 
Ecremen, James — 88, 200 
Eddy. Sue Ann — 77. 155 
Edwards. Curtis — 166 
Edwards. Jean — I 12 
Edwards, Laura — 47 
Edwards, Robert — 77 
Eirhart, Barbara — 77 
Elder. Nancy — 77 
Elliott. Randy— 161 
Ellison. Debra — 88 
Elsey, Linda — 88 
Ely. Stephanie — 153 
Engel, John — I 19 



Engel, Lawrence — 102 




English, Cynthia — 77 




Erickson, Paulette — 47 




Estlock, Susan — 88 




Evans, Debra — 88 




Evans. Donald — 191 




Evans. Joyce — 47, 1 19. 


159 


Evans, Mary Ann — 155 




Everitt, Clara —88, 105 





Fa.th, Bonita — 47, 106 

Falcon, Terry — 179. 180 

Falkenstem, Jone — 106 

Fantasia, Rosemary — 155 

Farance, Brenda — 88 

Faulknier, Loretta — 47 

Fazio, John — 190 

Fazio, Mary — 47 

Feaster. Marsha — 78. 102 

Feathers, Jerry — 47, 112, 116, 119. 165. 196 

Feltz, Rosanne — 218 

Fetty, Mary — 68 

Fields. May — 133 

Fields, Sheila — 78 

Finamore, Joseph — 87 

Fischer, Joan — 78 

Fisher, Karen — 78 

Fisher, Rebecca — 153 

Fisher, Shelia — 47 

Fisher, Joseph — I 57 

Fitzpatrick, Barbara — 88 

Fleming, Richard — 47 

Fluharty, Carol — 78 

Fluker, Johnnie Mae — 68, 98 

Flynn, Barbara — 47, 119 

Foley, Gregory — 178 

Foltin, Sherrill —47 

Foltz, Mary — 47, 126, 127 

Ford. Elizabeth — 47 

Ford, Patricia — 108 

Ford, Thomas — 162 

Forsythe. Charles — 161 

Fortier, Matt— 190, 204 

Fosbury, F. — 199 

Fox, Kathryn — 68, 108. 132. 136, 137 

Fox, Mary — 47 

Fox, Melodie — 151 

Fox, Patricia — I 19 

Fragale, Debra — 47 

Francis. Terry — 88 

Franz, Joseph — 97 

Fratto, Elizabeth — 47, 119, 157 

Frazien, Connie — 47 

Frazier, Craig —47, 101, 166 

Freeman. William — 106 

Frey. Jeannie Marue — 68 

Friend, Carol — 47 

Friend. Tom — 47 

Fries. Carolyn — 47 

Fullerton. David —48 

Furfari, Lisa — 88 

G 



Gainer, Kather.ne — 78, 97 

Gainer, Nelly — 48 

Galambus, Frank — 161 

Galambus, Terry — 191 

Gall, Richard — 128, 129, 162 

Ganoe, Debra — 88 

Gantz, Norma — 100 

Garcia, Vicki — 159, 171 

Gardner. Harry — 162 

Gardner. William — 179. 181 

Garner, Betty Pat — 122, 153 

Garner, Nancy — 220 

Garrett, John — 191 

Garrett. Kathryn — 78 

Garrison, Debra — 88 

Gaston, Don — 122 

Gates, Susan — I 55 

Gearde. Donna — I 19, 149 

Genevie, Gayle —48, 101, I 12, 133 

Genevie. Michael — 48, 112, 135, 136 

Germano, Robert — 48, 165 

Getz, Bonita — 96 

Ghrist, Carol — 48 

Giaquinto, Rose — 68 

Gibbons, Yvonne — 48, 218 

Gibson, Pamela — 88 

Gibson, Patty — 149 

Gillard. Harold — 191 

Gillot. Andrea — 88 

Gilmore. James — 161 

Glover, Joanette — 78 

Godby, Michael — 80. 165 

Godby, Nathy — 80, 153 

Godfrey, Michael — 165 

Godwin. Judith — 78, III. 122 

Goff. Jane — 88 

Golden. Virginia — 68 

Gonsorcik, Mary Jo — 48, 119 

Gontz, Lee Ann — 88 

Gonzalez, Kathleen — 68 

Goodine, Lawrence — 191 

Goodwin, Patricia — 78 

Gouzd. John — I 77 

Gowers, Paul — 48. I 19, 161 

Grafton. Victor — 49, 161 

Grandstaff, William — 146 



Greaver. David — 49 

Greaver, Thomas — 78 

Greaver, Victoria — 68 

Green, Eunice — 88 

Green, Patricia — 89 

Gregory, Anthony — 49, 119, 162 

Griffin, Robbie — 89 

Grisafi. Melinda — 78 

Grishkat, Debra — 218 

Grogan. Joyce — 68, 218, 219 

Grose, Patsy —49, 109 

Groves, Hubert — 49 

Groves, Larry — 157, 186 

Guido, Joseph — 146 

Gulas, Ethel — 49 

Gulley. Jerry — 78 

Gump, Chesley — 78 

Gustafson, Mark —49, 116 

Gwinn, Thelma —49, 155 

H 

Haddix, Gregory — 68 

Haddox, William — 182, 183. 190. 196 

Hagan, Christine — 49. 100 

Haines. David — 162 

Hairston, Holtteen — 89 

Hall, Catherine — 49 

Hall, Deborah — 49, 78 

Hall, Miller— 190, 196, 199 

Hamden, Barbara — 68, 122, 125 

Hamilton, Susan _ 89 

Hamrick, Rebecca — III, 122, 155 

Haney, Brenda — 135 

Haney. David — I 22, I 62, 135, 136 

Hanlon, Pamela — 108, 128 

Hardesty, Janice — 89 

Harding, Donna — 49 

Hardman. Eugenia — 79 

Hardman, Margaret — 68, 100, 106 

Hardy, Debra — 79 

Hargett. Ronald — 49 

Harman. Phyllis — 68, 100 

Harper, Lannie — 68 

Harper, Mary J. — 171 

Harris. Erroll — 69 

Harris, Gregory — 49, 161 

Harris. Suellen —49 

Harris. William — 68 

Harriston. James — 98 

Harrold. Kathy — 125, 151 

Harry, Thomas — 98 

Harsh, Knsta — 79 

Hart, Dav.d— 157 

Hart, Elie — 98, 190 

Hartlieb, Kent— 162 

Hartzell, Taptha — 79 

Harvey. Kenneth — 79, 106 

Haswell. Arthur — 208, 211, 215, 216 

Haught, Deanna — 50 

Haught, Deborah — 153 

Haught, Helen — 50 

Haught. Stanley — 50, 186 

Haught, William — I 12 

Hauldren, Richard — 116, 165, 190 

Hauser. Ken — 191 

Hawkinberry, James — 162 

Hawkins, Cheryl — 50 

Hawkins. Deborah — 50, 125 

Hawkins, Gary 

Hawkins, Gregory — 162 

Hawkins, Pricilla — 125 

Hawkins, Rodney — 50 

Hay. David — 50, 112 

Hayhurst, Delbert — 196 

Hayes, Beverly — 69 

Hayes, David — 200 

Hayes, Martha — 151 

Hays, Joyce — 79 

Heaney, Ross — 50 

Hebb, Connie — 89 

Hedrick. Delores — 89, 219 

Heffner, Stephen — 208, 216, 217 

Henderson, Douglas— 106, 136 

Henderson, Arietta — 218 

Henderson, Mary Pat — 159 

Hendnck, George — 50 

Hennessey, Mary E. — 79 

Hensler, Robert — 102, 166 

Herndon, Elaine— 122 

Herndon, Pamela — 69, 122 

Herrick. Cecilia — 79 

Herron, Ralph — 79 

Hess, Lu Anne — 79 

Hestick, Bernice — 79 

Heston, Sheila — 69, 100 

Hevener, Lois — 89 

Higgins, Stephen — 79, 165 

Hildebrand, Dale — 50 

Hildreth. Jane — 69 

Hildreth. Melba — 89 

Hill. Gregory — 157 

Hill, Judith — 50, 153 

Hinch, Denise — 151, 220 

Hinerman. Donna — 50 

Hitt. Lawrence — 50, 107 

Hockman, Nancy — 89 

Hofbauer, Paul — 165, 196 

Hoffmaster. Michael — 165 

Holbert, Polly — 50 

Holbrook, Linda — 69 

Holdsworth. Priscilla — 218, 220 



Holman, Jafus — 98 

Homono. Thomas — 69 

Hood, Jeffery — 161 

Hopkins, Bob— 177 

Horner, Kathy — 79, 219 

Hostler, James — 204, 205. 206 

Hostutler. Linda — 79 

House, Phillip — 98 

Hovatter, Barbara — 69, 100 

Hovatter, Tern — 89 

Howell, Kathi — 59, 112, 159 

Hoza, Lynn — 100 

Huey. John — 69 

Huey. Lynn — 89, 121, 155 

Huff, Debra — 171 

Huffman, Judith — 89 

Huggins, Rebecca — 69, 134 

Hughes, John — 90, 98, 194, 196 

Hughes, LaDonna — 89 

Humphrey, Boyd — 50 

Hunter, Wintred — 149 

Hurt, Vickie — 50, 149 

Hyde, Roberta — 50 

Hyde. Shelley — 50. 151, 219, 220 

Hylton, Ronnie — 69 

I 

ammanno. Nancy — 89 
ce, James — 97 
quinto, Jo Ann — 50 
sner, Bradley — 157 
vaun. Betty — 69, 97, 153 



Jackson, Alexander— 51, 102 

Jackson, Barbara — 79 

Jackson, Joyce — 89 

Jackson. Kathe — 89 

Jackson, Keith — 161 

Jackson, Mary Lou — 106 

Jackson, Pamela — 79 

Jackson, Theodore — 190, 192, 196 

James, Barry — 69 

James, Willie— 98, 190 

Janco, Edward — 69, 112 

Jarrett, Mary — 70 

Jarvis, Brenda — I 19. 151 

Jenkins. Sebra — 51 

Jenks. Brenda — 89 

Jernigan, Joseph — 89 

Jimeno. Norma — I 19. 159 

Jimmie, Anthony — 165 

Jobst. John — 204, 206 

Joe, Brenda — 79, 106 

Johnson. Diana — 79 

Johnson. Deborah — 51, 159 

Johnson, Julie — 100 

Johnson, Margie — 79 

Johnson, Rex — 51 

Johnson, Roger — 191 

Johnson, Robert— 101 

Johnston. Stephanie — 89 

Joins. Joyce — 70 

Joins, Randy — 80 

Jones. Brian — 98 

Jones, Jacklin — 151 

Jones, Jerrelle — 51, 112 

Jones, Kevin — 178 

Jones. Linda — 51 

Jones. Roderick — 98. I 19 

Judy, David — 70, 171 

Judy. Dennis — 80 



Kamicker, Debra — 51. 102 

Karnis. Sheila — 70 

Kebler. Patricia — 89 

Keener, Gary — 51, 144 

Keeney. Paula — 80 

Keiffer, Sandra — 51 

Keller, Gloria — 51 

Kelley, Cathy — 80 

Kelley, Gerald — 191 

Kelley, Shelby — 89 

Kelley, Vince — 80. 166 

Kemery, Howard — 70. 106, 132, 136 

Kendig, Susan — 89 

Kennedy, James — 157 

Kennedy, Patricia — 80 

Kerns. Beth — 89 

Kerns. Randall — 89. 99 

Kerns. William — 183 

Kerr. Kenneth — 191 



dwell. Jill — 80 
ger, Gary — 191, 194 
lowski, Michael — 51, 166 
Mian Earl — 105 

mbrew. Marilyn — 80 
nes, Paul — 191 
ng. Deetta — 89 
ng. James — 51. 146 
ng. L.nda — 80 
ng. Paula — 51 
nnan, Judy — 64. 125 
rby. Michael — 206 
rk, Michael — 191 
sner, Howard — 5 I 
ttle. Helen — 51 , 



Klaus, John — 52. 106 



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Klaus. Mary — 80. 99 

Klingensrnith. Carol — 153, 171 

Klotz, Sylvia — 52 

Klutz. Karen — 219 

Knight. Cheryl — 89 

Knight. Debra — 52 

Knight. Donna — 52 

Knudson. Geoffrey — 78 

Kobe. Richard — 89, 200 

Koehn, Susan — 159 

Kolb. Charles — 191 

Koliscak. Malcolm — 52. 166. 200, 203 

Konya. Andrea — 159 

Koon. Amy — 106, I I I 

Koon, LaDonna — 80 

Koubal. Karl — 52, 101, I 12, I 16. 117, 132 

Kovach. Cleta — 52 

Kovach, Harriet — 52 

Kovalan. Charles — 96. 108, 128. 129 

Kroll, Paul — 80, 208, 215 

Krupinsti, Christine — 151 

Krzys. John — I 65 

Kuhn, Joyce — 78, 108, I 16 

Kuzmcki. Joseph — 52, 166 



Lacana. John — 45, 52, 108, I 16, I 19, 157 

Lachapelle. Timothy — 80 

Ladd, Richard — 70, 165 

Lafler, Pamela — 89 

Late. Martha — 153 

Lake. Naomi — 89 

Lallone. Carol — 52. 134, 138, 149 

Lamaster, Cindy — 52, 151 

Lambert, Michelle — 90 

Lambert, Robert— 165, 190 

Lambiotte, Diane — 149 

Lanclanese, Deborah — 149 

Land, Pamela — 52 

Lang. Susan — 80, 81 

Lantz, Brenda — 52, 157 

Lantz, Linda — 52, 106, 107, 132, 136. 155 

Lapinsky. Richard — 161 

Lappas, Thayme — 90 

Larue, Rebecca — 90 

Larue, Richard — 165 

Lashley. Carol — 53 

Lasobek, Vanessa — 80 

Laughlin, George — 53 

Laughlin, Stanley — 157. 190 

Laughne, Frances — 90 

Lavorta, Carl — 162 

Law, Gary — 53 

Lawson, Nikki — I 19, 149 

Layman, Curtis— 70 

Leach, Eric — 70, 157 

Leachman, Kurtis — 70 

Lear, James — 121 

Leaseburge, Carol — 90 

Leavy, Wendy — 70. 151, 219, 220 

Lee, John F. — 162 

Legg, Ella — 80, 100 

Lehman. John — 53. 165 

Lemasters, Johanna — 70 

Lemley, David — 53 

Lemley, Kathryn — 90 

Lemon, Edward — 108, 116, 117, 208. 213. 214 

Lenhart, Janice — 70, 159 

Leonette. James — 80 

Leonette, Rebecca — 80 

Leroy, Joseph — 70 

Levins, Harvey — 81. 166, 200 

Lewis, Carolyn — 53 

Lewis, Joyce — I 36 

Lienhardt, Richard — 53 

Lilley, Nancy — 53. Ill 

Lilly. Patricia —81, 120, 151 

Linaburg. Victoria — 53 

Lindomood. Michael — 165, 190 

Lindsey. William — 8 1 . 208, 209, 2 I 6 

Lipan, Leslie — 54 

Lipinski, Debra — 81 

Lipinski. Jeffrey — 183 

Little, Laura — 54, I 19. 120. 149 

Livingston. Virginia — 81 

Llaneza, Dennis — 162 

Lloyd, Linda — 90 

Lloyd. Susan — 54, 149 

Lloyd. Richard — 166 

Loar, Cathy — 54 

Long. Karen — 90 

Longstreth, Linda — 90 

Lopez. Debra — 119. 159 

Lorentz. Mike — 186, 188 

Loretta, Samuel — 54 

Lough, Sherry — 219 

Low, Robert — 54 

Lowery, Terry — 90 

Lowther, Donnie — 54, 97, 99 

Luscher, L.nda — 54' 

Luttrell. Shirley — 90 

Lynch, John Paul — 161 

Lynch, Margaret — 128 

Lynch. Pamela — 81, 125 

Lyons, Douglas — 70 

M 

Madia. Angela — 54, 100 
Madia, Donna — 90. 93 100, 125 
Madison, Brenda — 81 



Mamella. Bernadette — I 19, 159 

Makin. Pradit — 54, 104 

Male, Maqorie — 90 

Male. Sam — 90 

Mallamo, Deborah— 126, 127, 149 

Mallamo. Mary Theresa — 90 

Malone, Barbara — 54 

Malone, William — 54, 179 

Mansfield. Robbyn — 54 

Marcy, Vicki — 90 

Marino. Frank — 162 

Marino, Marian — 90 

Markel, Dennis — 54 

Markley, Charlotte — 54 

Marks, Patricia — 90 

Marlland, Faye — 153 

Marlowe, Thomas — 99 

Marsh, Danny — 106, 122. 132. 135 

Marshall, Andrew — 54 

Martin, George — 70 

Martin, Jeanne — 151 

Martin, John — 81 

Martin, Joseph — 55 

Martin, Kathleen — 153 

Martin, Pamela — 81 

Martin, Patrick — 162 

Martin, Terrance — 90. 200, 203 

Martin, Timothy — 165 

Martinelli, Pete — 55 

Mason, Barbara — 81, 200, 202 

Mason, Mark — 191 

Mathias. Wayne — I 57. I 76. I 77 

Mathovich, Gregory — 55 

Matthews, Linda — 81 

Maurer, Christina — 81. 107. 120, 159 

Maury, Shirley — 90 

Maxim, n, Michael — 191 

Maxwell, Carl —90 

Maxwell. Donald — 55, 165, 186 

Mayo, Debra — 91 

Mayo, Jeannette — 70. I 19. 159 

Mazzei, Cynthia — 200. 202 

McBride, Gloria — 81 

McBride. Harry — 55 

McCain. Kathleen — 8 1 . 98 

McCann, Deborah — 70, 106, 122 

McCartney, Kay — 71 

McClung. Beverly — 81 

McClure. Alan — 165. 196 

McClure. Ruth — 149 

McClure, William — 81 

McCord. Fred — 122, 136, 137 

McCune. Robert— 165 

McCutcheon, Peggy — 91 

McDonald. Leslie — 91, 218 

McDougal, Marilyn — 55, I 12, 128, 129 

McGee. Edward — 186 

McGee, Mildred — 55, 109 

McGee, Phillip — 157 

McGivern. Patrick — 161 

McGlumphy, Karen — 55 

McGlumphy, William —91 

McGowan, David —161 

McKim. Cheryl — 153 

McKnight, Susan — 91 

McLaughlin, Lee — 55. 134, 136 

McMillin, Cynthia — 91 

McNeely, James — 157 

McNeill, Beverly — 91, 218 

McNeill, Daniel — 55 

McWhorter, Richard — 166 

Meade, Kay — 71 

Meadows, Susan — 55, 107, 151, 218, 219 

Meal. Gary — 55 

Meek, David — 122 

Meglio. James — 55, 107, 119, 144 

Menhart, Joy — I 19, 159 

Meo. Kandyce — 71 

Merandi, Debra — 149 

Meredith. Edith — 55, I 19, 149 

Meredith, Edward — 71, 161 

Messmger, Mary Jane — 119, 155 

Metzgar, Dons — 71, 100 

Michael, Clara — 55, 100 

Michael, Christine — 55, I 19 

Michalec, David — 55 

Michaud, Frenchie — 189 

Middaugh. Janalynn — 56 

Mierley, Beth — 149 

Mikulski, Catherine — 56 

Milewski. Darnel — 186 

Miller, Joseph — 81, 157 

Miller, Kathryn — 56 

Miller, Mary Jo — 8 I 

Miller, Mary Debra — 81 

Miller, Rebecca — 56. 104, 105 

Miller. Robert — 71 

Mills. Judith — 56. 153 

Minardi, Diane — 56 

Minnite, Constance — 56 

Miranov, Stephen — 161 

Mitchell. Robert — 183 

Moots. Danny — 81 

Moots. Elizobeth — 56 

Moebus. Corol — 151 

Monas. Jack — 157, 177 

Monday, Anthony — 191 

Moore, Carol — 218 

Moore. Nancy — 71 

Moore, Rebecca — I 19 

Moore. Susan — 81 

Moran. Doralee — 56, 105 



Moreland. David — 166 

Moreno. Mark — 162 

Morgan. Gary — 71.1 19 128, 12 

Morgan. Susan — 56 

Morris. David — 162 

Morris, Donald — 165 

Morrison, Patty — 126. 127 

Moyer, Toni — 82 

Mullens. Linda — 91 

Mullms, Wayne — 56 

Mundy. Barbara — 71 

Murdock, Stephen — 161 

Munale, Rocco — 162 

Murphy, James — 208 

Murphy, Shirley — 82 

Mutch. Donald — 56. 146 

Myers. Patsy — 71 

N 

Nagy, Janet — 82, 149 

Napolillo, Lynn — 57 

Napple, Patrick — 162 

Nash. Theodore — 184, 196 

Naternicola. Joseph — 206 

Neal, Roosevelt— 165. 190, 196 

Nease, Gay — 57, 107, 155 

Neptune, Russell — 162 

Nern, Jennifer — 82 

Nestor, David — 57 

Nestor. Marilyn — 71 

Nestor. Patricia — 57 

Nestor. Rebecca — 71. 119. I 59 

Nettles, Michael — 191 

Newhouse. Kerry — 57 

Newhouse, Robin — 71 

Nice. Donetta — 57 

Nichols. John —98 

Nichols, Melinda — 71. 106 

Nichols. Victoria — 149 

Nicholson. Jackie — 57, 71, 107, I 

Nixon, Emily — 71. 100 

Noble, Frederick — 165 

Northcraft, Karen — 82 

Novak, Alan — 132 

Nuzum. David — 146 



Oconnor. Mary — 57 

Offutt, Theodore — 146 

O'Field, William — 106. 132. 133 

Oliveno. Cynthia — 91 

Oliveto, David — 162 

Oliveto, Joanne — 155 

Onderko. Jennifer — 159 

Orbovich, Lynette — 132. 134 

Orndorff. John — 82 

Orwig. Jennings — 57, 96 

Osborne, Sandra — 122 

Osbourn. Adnanne — 98, I 19, 153, 219 

Osbourne, Jeff — 208 

Ott. William — 200 

Oyster, James — 101, 166. 190 

Oyster, Betty — I 69 



Pabnick. Twila —99 

Pacini, Charlene — 218 

Pack, Joan — 57, 122 

Pagliaro. Richard — 183 

Painter, Cheryl — 91 

Painter, John — 165 

Papula, Susan — 57 

Parrish, Michael — 57 

Pasguanello. Steve Jr. — 91 

Patrick. William II — 186. 188 

Paugh. Dallas— 161, 196 

Paugh. Mary — 91. 131 

Pease. Joe — 101, I 16, I 19 

Peaslee, Deanne — 9 I 

Pellillo, Julie — 82 

Perkins. Chris — 157. 190 

Pernell, Mary — 149 

Pern, Mary — 82 

Pernn, Diane — 57 

Peters. David — 57 

Peters. Susan — 71 

Petitto, Arthur — 82 

Petrosky, Jeanette — 57 

Pettis, Terry — 57 

Pettit, Gustave — 57 109, 116. 117, 119, 166, 130, 

131 
Phelps, Michael — 165, 174, 190 
Phillips. Rusty — 218. 219. 220 
Phillips, Gregory — 161 
Phillips, Michael — 82, 200 
Phillips, Paul — 82 
Phillips. Rebecca — 82 
Pickens, Marvin — 165, 205, 206 
Piercy, Linda — 57. 109 
Pikulski, Anthony— 157 
Pilger. Charles— 58, 119 
Pill, Richard — 161 
Pinkerton, Donna — 91 

Pinnell. Linda — 71, 96. 106. I 19, 132. 135. 136 
Piscitelli, Robert — 162 
Pitek, Thomas — 101. I 19, 166 
Pitello, Anthony Jr. — 58 
Pituch. Gregory — 58 



Plutro. Michele — 71, 100, 119, 159 

Poe, Elmer — 58, 102, I 16 

Pokrzywa, Eugene Jr. — 58 

Pokrzywa. Patricia — 71 

Polascak. Patsy — 58 

Poling. Barbara — 58 

Poling, Pamela — 5. 72, 106 

Poling. Susan — 91 

Polk. Janice — 58 

Pomykata, MaryAnn — 58 

Porter. Belinda — 58 

Posey. David — 58 

Posey. Linda — 78, 82, 106, I I I. I 16, 125 

Post. John — 72 

Post, Richard Jr. — 58 

Postlewait, William — 157 

Powell, Dennis — 101. 166 

Powell, Kathy — 91 

Powell. Mary Jo — 58, 126. 127 

Powers. Alice —91 

Powers. Barbara — 58 

Powvinya, Tana — 186 

Prendergast. Anne — 82. 153. 125 

Presto. Chris — 219 

Price. Gary — 82, 165 

Price, Jessie — 58 

Price, Michael — 165 

Price, Robert — 91, 200 

Pnester, Barbara — 58. 101. 112. 153 

Pntt. Rebecca — 105 

Prochko, Debra — 72 

Proctor. William — 72. 161, 204, 206, 207 

Proctor, John — 206 

Proudfoot. Helen — 100 

Provance. Debra — 58 

Puffenbarger, Jeanette — 91 

Puhce, Diane — 72, I 19, 159 

Putian, Dominga Maisog — 72, 104 

Pyles, Barbara C. — 105 



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Raad, Ingrid Lee — 72, 135 

Raddish, Devon Thomas — 82 

Ramsey. Harry Thomas — 157, 186. 187 

Ramsey. Kimbra June — 58 

Randolph, Edward W. — 184 

Randolph, Rebecca Sue H. — 58 

Rapchick. Judith — 59 

Rapchick. Susan — 97, 99 

Raso, Paul Joseph — 72, 146 

Raspa, Kathryn Ann — 59, 96. 106. 132, 137 

Rebrook, Terry Denise — 59 

Recktenwald, Gary Roy — 162 

Redpath, Amy Jean — 149 

Reed, David Clark — 157 

Reed, Janet Lee — 59 

Reeder. Randall Lee — 72, 157 

Regl, Wayne John — 59, 105, 184, 185, 196 

Reider, Diana Lynn — 82 

Reinhard, Arthur Dennis — 72, 200 

Renaldo, Randall T. — 59, 102 

Renaldo, Rebecca Susan — 82 

Renick. Jackie Franklin — 191 

Renner, Betty Jean — 59, 97, 119 

Renzelli, John R. —91 

Renzelli, Michael F. — 59 

Resczynski. Lawrence M. — 59, 165 

Rexrode, Fred Allen Jr. — 99 

Rexrode, H. Dale — 196 

Reynolds, James Robert — 59 

Rhodes, Martha Carol — 82 

Rice, Barbara Sue — 106 

Rice, Bitsy — 137 

Rice. Deborah June — 59 

Rice, Janice Grace — 100 

Richards. Deborah Hanes — 59 

Richards, John Jeffrey — 82, 146 

Richardson, Brad Niles 

Ridenour, Debra — 59 

Ridenour, Robert L. — 59 

Rieser, Cynthia Ann — 82 

Riffe, Rebecca Kay — 121, 159 

Riffle, Marilyn Jean — 72, I 19 

Rifner, Tom — 122 

Riley, Betsy Ann — 91 

Riley, Marilyn — 219 

Riley, Robert Kipling — 166 

Rizzo. Frances Ann — 59 

Rizzo, Samuel Joseph — 183 

Rizzuto, Patricia Ann — 202. 200 

Roberts. Rebecca Lynn — 82 

Robertson, Bob — 190 

Robinson, Deborah Ann — 82, 98 

Robinson, Donna Richey — 82, 153 

Robinson, Mike — 48 

Robinson, Ralph— 181 

Robinson, Ronnie Lee — 72 

Robinson, William — 48, 98. 196 

Rogers, Barbara K. — 72 

Rogers, Edwin Lee — 82 

Rogers, James Edward — 72 

Rogers. James Vincent — 167 

Rogers. Mardeen King — 59, 97 

Rollins. Amelia Ellen — 59. 106 

Rollins, Cheryl Renee — 72 

Rollins. Geary Richard — 60, 106 

Rollyson, Rebecca Lynch — 60, III 



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Rome. Rickey William — 191 

Romeo. Ronald Richard — 162 

Romig. Chris — 60 

Roper. Debra Jean — 91, 220 

Rose, Susan — 60 

Rosnick, James Edward 

Ross. Joyce — 60 

Rosselle, Daniel C. — 191 

Rothlisberger Mary — 149 

Rotruck. Terry Lee — 60 

Rowand. Debra Rae — 91 

Rows, Marsha Ann — 92 

Rowland. Rickey Earl — 166 

Rujak, Moriann K. — 60 

Rukat, Kathryn Theresa — 82 

Rush. Timothy Allen — 92 

Russell, Jacqueline Lea — 92 

Rustemeyer, Gregory Jay — 191 

Rutherford. Randy— 190, 194 

Ryan, Ruth —9, II. 60. 107, 120, 151 



Sabo. Marsha Ann — 82 

Sachetti, Jimmie Jo — 69. 72, 108, 

Sampson, Terry Lee — 87 

Sampson, Vickie Lynne — 106 

Sandridge. Earl Ray — 60 

Sandy, Janice Lynn Ice — 108 

Sanford, Stephen R. — 106 

Sanjulian. Jeanne L. — 92 

San Luis, Lourdes — 60, I 55 

Sapp, Pamela Sue — 72 

Sapp. Pamela Jean — 82 

Sapp. Sharon — 60 

Satterfield. Gary D. — 72 

Satterfield. Teresa K. — 82 

Sayre. Sharon Sue — 132 

Scaha, Alfred Joseph — 60 

Schaefer. Bruce Everett — 200 

Schlarb. Cynthia K. — 60 

Schmidt, Barbara — 60 

Schmidt, Donald E, — 82. 157. 200 

Schmuck, Sally — 60 

Schrader, Glenn — 60 

Schram. Timothy — 92, 191 

Schultheiss, Judith — 83 

Scott. Barbara — 153 

Scott, Bradley — 92. 200 

Scott. Camilla — I I I 

Scott. Charles — 179, 180 

Scott. James — 165. 177 

Scott, Jacqueline — 83 

Scott, Lynn — 60 

Scott, Randolph — 183 

Sedlock, Andrew— 190 

See, Debra — 92 

See. Edna Elizabeth — 83 

Seibert, Howard — 191 

Serfirt, Debbie — 74 

Sellers, Jane — 60 

Sendek, Leonard — 60. 166 

Serenan, Lynnette — 73 

Serge, Daniel — 161 

Sezbensk., Debra — 73. 100 

Shakelford, Evelyn — 99 

Shaffer, Dennis— 165, 190 

Shaffer, Leslie — 208, 217 

Shaffer, Rebecca — 60, 97 

Shahan, Kathy — 83 

Shahan, Kenneth — 157 

Shannon. Debra — 130. 131. 153 

Sharp. Timothy— 106. 136 

Sharrow. Donna — I 19, 159 

Sharzinski. Laura — 149 

Shaver, Cynthia — 73, 268 

Shaver, Danny — 104, 107 

Shaver, Drussilla — I 19 

Shaver, Mike— 190 

Shea, Allison — 92 

Sheets, Debra — 83 

Sherbs, Cynthia — 61 

Shomo, V.vian —92 

Short, Joan — 92 

Short, Kathy — 92 

Short. Judith — 73. 108 

Short, Thomas — 92 

Shrader. Gregory — 73 

Shrout, Kay — 83 

Shroyer. Edward — 83 

Shultz, Donley —61. 108. I 16 

Shultz, Joann — 159 

Shuttleworth. Linda— 119. 153 

Sidow, Louis — I 65 

Sidwell. Diane — 171 

Sienkiel. Stephen — 157, 206 

Simpkins, Tracy — 92 

Simmons. Edward — 61, 161 

Simmons, Sally — 151 

Simms, Sandra — 153 

Simonton. Susan — 61, 107 

Sims. Joyce — 155. 218 

Sinclair. Rebecca — 109 

Sinnett. Linda — 83 

Sinsel, David — 83 

Six. Thomas — 166 

Skarzinski, Rodney — 165 

Skinner. Jan — 92 



116. 126, 127 



Skubis, Linda — 61 

Slaman, Adella — 159 

Slider, Donna — 61 

Smith, Bradley — 190, 206 

Smith, Craig — 61. 166 

Smith, Dianne — 61 

Smith. Donal— 157, 177 

Smith, Forrest — 61 97, 99 

Smith, Jacqueline — 83 

Srmth, Jennifer Lou— I 19, 122, 142 

Smith. Jenny — 218. 219 

Smith. Joan — 61 

Smith, Lucinda — 61 

Smith, Mary —92, 218 

Smith, Michael — 73 

Smith, Patricia — 61 

Smith, Phyllis — 83 

Smith, Robert — 165, 190, 206 

Smith, Russell — 186 

Smith, Sherry — 61 

Smith. Stephen — 166 

Smith, Virginia — 61 

Snoderly. James — 190 

Snodgrass, Charlotte — 61, 119 

Snyder. Donna — 62 

Sopuch, Gary — 62 

Soulsby, Paula — 151 

Southern, Larry — 191 

Southern. Lois — 92 218 

Spencer, Kathleen — 62, I 19. 136. 159, 169 

Spencer, Kathy — I 19, 132 

Sperling, Judith — 92 

Spiker, Paula — I I I, I 19, 149 

Spotloe, Larry — 182, 183 

Spnngston. Lynda — 135 

Springston. John — 135. 139. 162 

Stafford. Deborah — 92 

Stankevich, Sandra — 62, 108 

Stanley, Charles — 62, 157 

Stanley, William — 62 

Starcher, Linda — 62, I 19 

Starkey, John — 62, 101. 102. I 16, I 19 

Starr, Robert —62, 104, 112 

Starrett, Earl — 165 

Stealey, Deborah — 151 

Steele, Deanna — 73 

Steele, Frederick — 83, 165, 184. 196 

Stephenson, Cynthia — 93 

Stephenson. John — 62. 204. 206. 207 

Stevens, Earnest — 62 

Stevens, John — 62 

Stevens, Kathy — 83 

Stevens, Pamela — 83 

Stewart. Cheryl — 73 III. I 19. 122, 155 

Stewart, Kathenne — 62 

Stewart, Marvin — 98 

Stewart, Nancy R. — 62 

Stewart, Ted — 190 

Stewart. William — 157, 190 

Stickel. Esther — 73 

Stiles. Judity — 73 

Stiltner. Robert — 146 

St.ngo. Janet — 83, 151. 218, 219, 220 

Stocking, Richard — 162 

Stone, Debra — 93 

Stopiak, David —93 

Stout, David — 162 

Stout, Deborah — 83 

Stout, Gary — 196 

Straight, Claude Eugene — 73 

Straka, Frederick — 166 

Strapko. Nancy — 73, 119, 151, 218 

Strawn, Robert — 87 

Strickling. Rebecca — 83 

Strippel, Ralph — 62, 146 

Stromberg, Dennis — 83 

Stuart. Cathryn —93, 106 

Stuchell, Charles — 73 

Stump, Deborah —93 

Stumpf Ronald — 62 

Sturm. Shannon — 91. 120 

Sullivan, Kathryn — 83 

Sullivan, Patricia — 93 

Summers, Judith — 62. 96, 106 

Summers, Vick.e — 62 

Swecker. June — 62. 97. 155 

Swick, Gerald— 83, 106, 119, 136 

Swiger. Brad — 73 

Swiger, Patricia — 63 

Swinn, Thelma — I 19 

Swisher, Bryan — 191 

Swope. William — 157, 190, 191 

Sypolt, Terri — 63, 108, I 19 



Taggart, Pamela — 65 
Talbott. Mark — 165, 172 
Talbert, Veatrice — 93 
Talenco, Debra — 83 
Talerico, Delores — 84 
Talerico, Mary Elaine — 84 
Taylor, Brenda — 93 
Taylor, Charlene — 220 
Taylor, Christie — 73 
Taylor, Deborah — 63 
Taylor, Jane — 218 
Taylor, Jeffery — 157 



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63 



Taylor, Kathleen — 73, 218, 219 
Taylor, Mary K. — 220 
Taylor, Norma — 9 
Taylor, Stan — 98 
Taylor, Stephen — 78, 
Teahan, Midge — 133 
Tedro, Mark— 191 
Teets, Arthur — 63 
Teets, Barbara — 84 
Templeton, Rosemary - 
Tennant, Susan — 84 
Tennant, Susan — 63 
Testa, Donna — 151 
Theis, Diane — 63, 109 
Thomas, Charles — 161 

Curtys — 98 

Dale — 191 

Jeanne — 107 

Larry — 107 

Norman— 196, 

Sylvia — 73 



Thomas 

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Thomas 

Thomas 

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Thompson, Kay — 84 

Thorne. Donna — 73 

Thorne. Gary — 63 

Thorne, Michael — 84. 165 

Thorne. Sandra — 63 

Thorp, Donna — 84 

Thralls. Todd — 146. 136. 137 

Tibbs, Cheryl — 73 

Tibbs, William — 196 

Tice, Ronald — 74 

Tonecha, Nancy — 84, 100 

Tonkery, Mark — 93 

Tonkovich, Michael— 165. 190 

Toothman. Deborah — 99 

Tournay. Donna — 84. 100 

Trainer. Sharon — 84 

Travers, Robert — 157, 177 

Tressler, Trevor — 74, I 57 

Trimble, Robin — 84, 100 

Trowbridge, Donna — 84 

Tsottles, Diane — 151 

Tsuhlares, Lambert — 190 

Tucker. Cynthia — 74, 122, 149 

Turner, Anthony — 74 

Turner, Vickie — 93 

Tury. Gail —93, 125 

Tutalo, Jackie — 168 

Tutalo, Stephen — 162 

Tuttle. Sandra — 63 

Tyman, Retha — 98 

U 

Ulery, Esther — 63 
Uphold, MaryEllen — 63 
Urso, Kathy — 74, I 19, 151 



Valentine. Nancy — 122 

Vandergnft. Alcie — 63 

Vandergrift. Patty — 133 

Vanet. Valerie — I 53 

Vanscoy, Charlotte — 63 

Van Vorrhis, Lindsay 

Vargo. George — 157 

Varner, John — 162 

Varner, Mary — 63 

Varner. Sharon — 63. 153 

Vasil, James — 161 

Vaughn, Mark — 184 

Veltri, Michael — 183 

Verzich, Hohn — 74 

Via, Victoria — 64 

Victor. Frances — 93 

Viglianco, Jeanie — 64, 107, 119, 159 

Vilar, Jerry — I 34 

Vilar, Rochelle — 132 

Vilone. Ernestine — 64 

Volosin, Daniel — 190 

W 

Walden, Barbara — 84, 107, 155 
Wallman. L. A.— 133. 135 
Walls, Connie — 93, 105 
Walters, David — 161 
Walters. Wilma — 84 
Warash. Richard — 162 
Ward, Gary — 166 
Warder. Constance — 84 
Warder, Paul — 165 
Wardnicki. Brad— 132 
Ware, Karen — 64, 108 
Warnick, Patricia — 64 
Waters. Melissa — 74 
Watkins, Debra — 93 
Watkins, Donna — 84 
Watkins, Lynda — 122 
Watkins, William — 93 
Watoda. Connie — 63 
Watts. Bonnie — 64. 220 
Waugh, Nelsona —98, 104, 105 
Weakley. Carol — 84; 100 
Weaver, Billy— 146 
Weaver. Patricia — 93. 218 
Weber, James — 84 



Weddell, Nancy — 93 

Weikle, Daniel— 165 

Weikle, Philip— 165 

Weisdack, Robert — 64 

Weisgarber, Pam — 87,92. 116, 131 

Wells, Herbert — 74, 162 

Welty. Joseph — 162 

Welty, Mark — 162 

Wengate, Linda — 149 

West, Deborah — 98 

West, Duke — 191 

Wetzel, Jane — 74, 219 

White. Joseph — 74 

White, Gerry — 165, 190, 196 

White, Gregory — 74 

White, Karen — 94 

White. Linda Jo — 84 

White, Mary Kay — 94, 218, 219, 220 

White, Ray — 84, 200 

White, Rick — 64 

Whitlatch, Christina — 74 

Whiting, Charles— 138 

Whiting, Susan — 85 

Whoolery. Rick — 64 

Wiley. Debra — 94 

Whilharm, William — 161 

Williams, Anna — 85, 219 

Williams, Barbara — 74, 151 

Williams. Cathy — 94 

Williams, Charlene — 64, 97, 116, I 55 

Williams, Gladys — 85, 219 

Williams, James— 191 

Williams, Janet — 85 

Williams, James — 74, 157. 191 

Williams, John — 94 

Williams, Joyce — 64 

Williams. Linda — 124 

Williams, Robert — 64, 97 

Williams. Susan — 64 

Williams, Trudy— 116, 151. 171 

Williamson, Ann — 64 

Williamson, Margaret— I 19, 159 

Wilmoth, Brenda — 64 

Wilson, Cathy — 85, 128 

Wilson, Mark — 190 

Wilson, Deborah — 85 

Wilson, Deborah — 74, 106, I I 

Wilson, Erie — 65 

Wislon, Jack — 191 

Wilson, Josette — 74. 2 I 8, 2 19, 220 

Wilson, Linda — 85, 151, 171 

Wilson, Nancy — 94 

Wilson. Pamela — 65. 106. Ill 

Wilt. Beverly — 74 

Wilt. David — 85, 104 

Wince. Leon — 65, 99 

Winstel, Louise — 65. 159 

Winter, Debra — 74 

Winter. Karen — 74, 107 

Winters, James — 161 

Wise, Charles — 75 

Wise. Ruth — 220 

Wolfe. Carla — 94 

Wolfe, Carole — 85 

Wolfe, Donna Kay — 65 

Wolfe. Margaret— 149 

Wolfe, Marilyn — 94 

Wolverton. Candice — 75 

Wood, Robert— 166 

Wood, Robyn — 218, 219 

Woodard, Gary — 85, 165 

Woodell. Phyllis— 125 

Woods, Elizabeth — 153 

Woofter, William— 157 

Woofter, William — 75 

Woolfe. Connie — 122, 149 

Woolfitt, James — 99 

Workman, Shot— 186 

Woy. Robert — 75 

Wright, Donna — 85. 218, 21.9 

Wright, Willard — 94, 105, 106, 136 

Wytko. Teresa — 76 



Yanero, David — 85 
Yates, Andrew — 65, 162 
Yeager, Albert — 75 
Yerrace, Linda — 65, 107 
Yerkey, Jonny — 94 
Yoho. Steven — 75 
Yoke, Alan — 65 
Yost, John — 122 
Young, David — 178 
Young, Elizabeth— 149 
Young. Michael — 105 
Young, Margaret — 75 



Zablachas. John — 65, I l< 
Zalslotni, Janet — 65 
Zeh, James — 157. 190 
Zemanek, Gerald — 196 
Ziler. Ellen — 85 
Zinn. Charles — 65 
Zirkle. Johnny — 65 
Zukowsky, Christine — 65 



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