Anderson University - Echoes Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

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3 1833 06735 5567 GC 977.202 AN23EC, 1967 ' " ■SSI THE MANY WORLDS OF ANDERSON COLLEGE... ANDERSON COLLEGE: A NAME, A KALEIDOSCOPE OF PATTERN, A SYMBOL OF THE CHANGE¬ LESS AND EVER-CHANGING.TO ENROLL IS TO BECOME BOTH BOUND AND FREE, FOR THIS ACTION DETERMINES OUR FU¬ TURE. THE THOUSAND TRADI¬ TIONS, TENSIONS, TRIUMPHS WE EXPERIENCE CHANGE AND IN MANY WAYS DIRECT THE COURSE OF OUR LIVES . . . ANDERSON COLLEGE: A WORLD OF PEOPLE INVOLVED IN LIVING . . .AND LEARNING. . .AND BEING. . . AND IN SEARCH OF ' TRUTH THIS IS CALLED EDUCATION. IT INCORR ORATES THESE DIVERSE WORLDS: 5 A WORLD BEHIND US: FOR WE ARE PRODUCTS OF TIME AND PLACE . . . OF WHERE WE HAVE BEEN, WHAT WE HAVE KNOWN. WE SHARE A RARE HERITAGE. WE BUILD FOR THE PRESENT AND FOR THE FUTURE . . . A WORLD AROUND US HERALDS AN EXPLODING AGE. A SEMINAR , OR A WALK, A DISCUS - SION CHALLENGE, AND CHANGE US... THE WORLD BEYOND US SPEAKS THROUGH OTHER NATIONS, AND THROUGH CHANGING CULTURES. WE RESPOND IN VARIED W YS. THIS IS EDUCATION. OUR WORLD EXPANDS. WE ARE ENRICHED... 1 1 .. w i nmtiv i mm»o f ' nimfl tf I min ' ■ ittltf A WORLD WITHIN DISQUIETS US- BOOKS, FRIENDS, THAT TALK WITH THE PRESIDENT. WE GROW . . . OUR SEARCH GOES ON. A WORLD ABOVE US CALLS FOR DE¬ CISION. MEANING, PURPOSE BECOME MORE THAN WORDS. WE MAKE COM¬ MITMENTS. WE ARE CHANGED BY WHAT WE FIND AND LEARN AT A.C. 15 TRANSFORMATION EVOLVES DURING THE YEAR. FROM THE MANY WORLDS COMES UNEXPECTED REALIZATIONS... 17 THERE ARE NO EASY ANSWERS...NO INSTANT ADULTHOOD. WE ARE IN A HURRY BUT NOT ALWAYS CERTAIN WHY. WE SEEK IDENTITY...AND IN A CHANGING PATTERN OF SEASONS WE CONTINUE ON OUR ADVENTURE. NOT WHAT WE ARE TAUGHT BUT WHAT WE LEARN IS IMPORTANT. WE CANNOT LEAVE AS WE CAME. OUR DREAMS, HOPES, ILLUSIONS ARE CHANGED BY THESE WORLDS. WE, TOO, CHANGE OUR COLLEGE. Features 22 Organizations 44 Sports 76 People 96 Ads 158 Index 177 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE WORLD OF... fillip I l? l: FEATURES WE RECOGNIZE LEADERSHIP, SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AND PERSONAL RELATIONS AS VITAL CONTRI¬ BUTIONS TO CAMPUS LIFE. Homecoming Reveals Many Worlds of AC After weeks of work and anxious waiting, the students, alumni and other campus guests, wit¬ nessed the crowning of the Homecoming Queen. All of the social clubs worked long hours to con¬ struct floats for the parade. First place honors went to the Booster Club. Faculty members, donned in white aprons, served the traditional outdoor noon meal. The Speech Department presented “Peg O’ My Heart” in the Women’s Gym. The play was the second highest money making, non-musical play performed by Ander¬ son College. The Freshman Class continued the tradition of lighting the campus by lining the sidewalks with illuminarios. AC band leads the parade. It started at the Athletic Park, The cast of the Homecoming play —“Peg O’ My Heart”: Standing —Merle Strege, Linda Salisbury, John Blevins, Marsha Friermood. Seated —Judy Riggle. 24 In the game between the Ravens and Manchester Spartans, Tom Mullins charges with the ball, avoiding defensive men attempting to down him. wound through the center of town and ended at the campus. Alumni and college students gather outside the Student Center for their annual chili feed. Booster’s float won first place. With the theme, “Raven U. F. O.”, they captured the honor for the second year in a row. Zola Troutman was crowned queen by Karen Seibert Thole, last year’s queen. A ■ • ■ Homecoming Queen Zola Troutman and her Court Sheila Smart Linda Cotton Marla Smith Gayle Nelson 27 May Queen Sandy Adams " 3 ' ' s 28 Senior Attendants Rita Pylate Karen Trafelet 30 Barbara Starkey and Cozette Beach Sue Guthrie and Peggy Thompson Queens Court Mona Hoffman and Zola Troutman Student Council Vice President—David P. Boyle Secretary —Zola Troutman President—Fred Burnett Treasurer—Dennis Jackson 32 Plans Campus Activities for the Year Advisor—Nyle Kardatzke The Student Council supports service projects and plans campus entertainment. It began the school year with the annual used book sale. This was followed by revisions in the qualifications for membership in social clubs. The Council worked to provide more effective faculty-student communications. Our student representative body was one of the main boosters of Tri-S. One of the bigger projects of the fall was the planning of Homecoming activities. The endorsement of the campaign concerning absentee balloting — Operation Ballot-Box for University Students (OBUS) —was another service project. One of the money-making projects of the Council was the annual Christmas tree sale. This year the Coun¬ cil planned such entertainment as the Tedd Smith-Don Husted concert, Ed Kilbourne, Frosh Varieties, International Week-ends and the computer dating party. The Council finished its year with the coordination of the activities of May Festival. Campus matters are of serious concern as Council members meet and discuss. Council Representatives: Front Row —Ren Baldwin, Connie Herman, Sue Miller, Rick Masters. Back Row —Dennis Car- roll, David Van Norman, Bruce Reinhardt, Lou Gerig. The Andersonian: A Communication Link on the Campus News of the campus is published bi-weekly by The Andersonian. Students in publications class are given the opportunity for creative writing as are other students and faculty members. This medium provides the current communication among students and connects the many worlds of Anderson College. 34 Sports: Associate —Lou Gerig; Editor—Larry Grubbs Bruce Reinhardt and George Ram¬ sey, Jr., gave much of their time to prepare the paper. Photographers —Phil Lentz, Merle Turner Assistant Editor—Duane Eckelberg; Social Editor—Gene Willingham Typists —Celeste Carroll, Sue Carroll, Gloria Igney Echoes Staff Editor-in-chief—Dave Lewis The Echoes Staff, working long and late hours, strove to produce a reflective yearbook. Staff members brought to mind the meaningful events of the school year. Choosing the pictures and captions most indicative of these events was a difficult —but challenging assignment. Organizations : Editor-Ron Carr; Assistant-Nancy Thomp¬ son Photo Editor—Scott Clear Art Editor —John Newcomb; Layout Editor — Pauletta Howard; Assistant Art Editor—Dave Liverett Recalls School Year Classes: Assistant—Fran Foronda; Editor—Jan Taylor Sports: Editor —Connie Otten; Assistant—Larry Rider Copy: Assistant —Barbara Chessor; Editor—Imy Tate Business Manager—Ren Baldwin Features: Assistant —Lynda Smallwood; Editor—Margaret Strattman 37 Who’s Who Dick Freer and Carol Bechtel Terry Henry and Phyllis Inskeep The honor of being elected to Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges is limited to full-time juniors and seniors with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Campus voters consider the student’s scholarship, his participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, his citizenship and service to the school and his promise of future usefulness. A certificate of recognition is awarded to each member. Seated, Carol Bechtel, Phyllis Inskeep, Connie Herman, Sandy Adams, Darlene Sayers Sandy Adams and Karen Trafelet Bill Bellah and Fred Burnett Standing, Fred Burnett, Dick Freer, Bill Bellah, Terry Henry Daryl Lehnus and Spencer Spaulding Seniors Darlene Sayers, Sharon Guss, Connie Herman Rich Sharp and Bob Edwards Juniors Seated, Jim Cook, Trudi Fulda, Dave Boyle, Zola Troutman Standing, Larry Adams and Fred Clemens Dave Boyle and Jim Cook Larry Adams and Trudi Fulda Zola Troutman and Fred Clemens HONOR SOCIETIES Alpha Chi Alpha Chi was organized by the faculty to recog¬ nize students having a 3.5 average throughout their college course. Eligibility begins in the junior year. Purposes of the organization are to promote respect for knowledge and principles of integrity. First Row: David Boyle, Linda Byrd, Barbara Chessor, Phillip Coulson, Jerry Handley, Terry Henry, Con- •i stance Herman, Richard Honeycutt, Grant Hooker, Robert Huitt. Second Row: Mary Lou Humes, Nancy Gillon, I . p Anne Jackson, Gerald Keller, Daryl Lehnus, David Lewis, Joretta May, Stewart McDivitt, Marilou Menchinger, Donald Morey. Third Row: John Newcomb, Michael Osteen, Barbara Reinhardt, Jerry Sloan, Spencer Spauld- £ ing, Rebecca Stephenson, Robert Turner, Kenneth Upshaw, Rosemary White, Royce White. Fourth Row: Dr. 1JH Kenneth Cook, adviser. Sigma Zeta Sigma Zeta is a national honorary society recog- sciences and the attainment of high scholarship, nizing excellence in achievement in all the First Row: Sharon Guss, Constance Herman, Richard Honeycutt, Stephen House, Anne Jackson, John Kemler, Connie LaFont, Stewart McDivitt, Larry McFarling, Tom McLaughlin. Second Row: Martha Oliver, Darlene Sayers, Robert Turner, William Webb, William Webster, Paul Anderson, adviser, Dr. Kenneth Cook, Thomas Harbron, Bernard Lallathin, Mrs. Marie Mayo, Third Row: Dr. Jerry Stevenson and James Rees. 41 Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon is the national mathematics portunity to affiliate with similar groups in other honor society which gives recognition to superior colleges, students of mathematics. It offers members op- ■I First Row: Lynda Borders, Glenn Bums, Barbara Chessor, Robert Darkwood, Sharon Davis, Suzanne Flowers, Fran Foronda, Connie Friend, Steve House, Anne Jackson. Sec¬ ond Row: Duane Leatherman, Stewart McDivitt, Larry Mc- Farling, Pat Richardson, Max Shellenbarger, Diane Stelter, Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta is the national honorary society recognizing outstanding English students. The Greek letters, composing the name, symbolize the motto, “Sincerity, Truth and Design.” Tom Trick, Robert Turner, William Webb, Gene Willing¬ ham. Third Row: Tony Wilson, Gary Wood, Jim Wright, Evelyn Bowen, William Farmen, Gilbert Fritzler, Thomas Harbron, Nyle Kardatzke, Dr. Gloria Olive, adviser, Ken¬ neth Turner. Alpha Psl Omega Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatics society, requires of its members satisfactory scholarship and participation in both acting and production phases of college dramatics. First Row: Bill Bellah, Ron Carr, Fred Clemens, Lowell Davidson. Second Row: Trudi Fulda, Steve House, Eddie Hutcheson, Duane Leatherman. Third Row: Barbara Reinhardt, Judy Riggle, Joann Ruede- busch, Rae Smith. Fourth Row: Ken Wade, Mary Lu Waggy, Kenneth Upshaw, Dr. Malcolm Gressman, adviser. First Row: Margot Ad¬ cock, Barbara Chessor, Le- ann Dunkle. Second Row: Richard Freer, Harold Funk, Larry Grubbs. Third Row: Wanda Lehnus, Er¬ rol McNeeley, Mike Os¬ teen. Fourth Row: La- Donna Parker, Rebecca Stephenson, Dr. Thomas Robertson, adviser. 42 Pi Gamma Mu Pi Gamma Mu is composed of outstanding students in the social sciences. First Row: Carol Bechtel, Patricia Bentley, Elizabeth Black- son, Phil Coulson, Carrolton Cumberbatch, Bernadine Dean, Judy Debusk, Richard Freer, Janice Hay, Gary Heller. Sec¬ ond Row: Myra Hutchinson, Carl Kramer, Dave Lewis, George Majors, Dale McCullough, Dave Montague, Donald Morey, Robert Proffit, Thomas Snyder, Dan VonBargen. Third Row: Dr. John O. Carrington, Frederick Damaske, adviser, Dr. Glenn Falls, Dr. LaVem Norris, Dr. Thomas Pappas. Alpha Phi Gamma Kappa Epsilon Sigma Alpha Phi Gamma recognizes individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits. Kappa Epsilon Sigma recognizes freshman wom¬ en who have achieved a 3.5 average. Phi Eta Sigma First Row: Marcia Freer, Larry Grubbs, Carl Kra¬ mer, Dave Lewis. Second Row: John Newcomb, Bruce Reinhardt, Jerry Sloan, Dan Yelton. First Row: Carolyn Burnett, Jane Copeland, Pat Crane. Second Row: Linda Hunt, Marian Lewellyn, Con¬ nie Otten. Third Row: Wanda Phillips, Sharon Ritter, Sue Sipka. Fourth Row: Kaye Watt, Mary Beth Cool- idge, Dr. Elva Rags¬ dale. Not pictured: Sue McKinney. Phi Eta Sigma honors freshman men who have achieved a 3.5 average. First Row: David Bebee, James Boyle, Dennis Carroll. Second Row: Joseph Cookston, Ronald McKinney, Errol McNeely, George Ramsey, Daryl Smith, Thomas Trick, Roger Wells, Tony Wolfe, Rich Honeycutt, senior adviser, Dr. Frederick Shoot, adviser. Not pictured: David Oldham, Donald Smith, James Williams. 43 ORGANIZATIONS BECAUSE OF THE EXTENT OF OUR NEEDS AND INTERESTS, ORGANIZATIONS BECOME A SIG¬ NIFICANT PART OF OUR TOTAL EXPERIENCE. 45 Amici Produces Arsenic and Old Lace, Front Row: John Robertson, Martin Harman, Gordon Garrett, Jim Allen, Dave Montague, Barry Hippensteel, Gerry Burg, Bruce Stevens. Second Row: Wes Traiester, Rollie Grauman, Sam Cherney, Jim Tanner, Chuck Warren, Dennis Jackson, Bob Jasper, Jim Fenstermaker. Third Row: Skip Pluhar, Bill Webb, Rich Forsberg, Ken Bucy, Dan Von Bargen, Larry Hooks, Bob Proffit, Jon White, Steve McNutt, Don Matas, Dale Fiegland. Fourth Row: Ed Hager, Dave Irwin, Tom Butler, Darrel Trexler, Larry Kearns, David Matas, Ed Ross, Chuck Stanley, Roger Wells, Arnold Setzer, advisor. BLANKETS AND HAY . . . Hayrides reflect approval of Amici’s annual service to the campus. A relatively new club, Amici has become one of the most active on campus. Its name, a Latin derivative meaning “friend,” depicts the fellow¬ ship and attitude of the club. Meetings opened on a religious note. Providing the members with an opportunity for participation socially, reli¬ giously and academically throughout the year was the purpose of the club. Year highlights in¬ cluded: the annual Hayride, the all-school “Arsenic and Old Lace,” a trip to Kalamazoo, Michigan, and the week-end spring formal. A growing membership boosted attendance and success of these activities. 46 PANCAKES AND MILK . . . Amici rushees enjoy breakfast at Mounds State Park. Sponsors Hayride AMICI ANGEL-Shelia Smart • v SENORITA! . . . Shelia takes notes during a Spanish lecture. Boosters Capture Float Contest Again Front Row: Ren Baldwin, Larry Minnick, Spencer Spaulding, Mike Osteen, Terry Henry, Dick Freer, Jerry Blevins, Mel Williams, Dan Yelton. Second Row: Dale Landis, Larry Grubbs, Stewart McDivitt, Lou Gerig, Merle Strege, Dan Brooks, Ron Forsberg, Tom McLaughlin, Les Mosier. Third Row: Rufus Thomas, Jim Scott, Fred Clemens, Steve House, Max Shellenbarger, Dave Selent, Dave Liverett, Duane Leatherman, John Suko, Lyle Marsh. SPLASH! . . . Another humble initiate hits the cold water. HARD AT WORK . . . Boosters Steve House, Cal Bloom and Fred Clemens work towards the completion of their first place float. Winning a football game, serenading the girls or signing an initiate’s information sheet exempli¬ fied the humble Booster spirit in the campus community. AC’s oldest men’s social club up¬ held its aims by cultivating among members a sense of Christian character and a desire for scholastic excellence. Its service was seen through an after-game concert, a first place float in the Homecoming parade and the all-school production of the Fantasticks. AND THEN I SAID... Kathy Reardon explains what she said on her special date. A UFO IN SIGHT? . . . Booster rushees enjoy a basketball game in the old Womens Gym. BOOSTER BELLE —Kathy Reardon 49 Sachem Initiates Scholarship Fund The second oldest club on campus, Sachem strives to create and maintain school spirit on a high level. The club sat together at games and gave united support of teams at rallies. High¬ lighting the year’s activities were the Formal, the All-School, the printing of sports programs and the purchase of a club flag. Many meetings turned to discussion of the scholarship fund going into effect in Fall, 1967. The scholarship will be given to a freshman who meets the academic, social, personality and athletic requirements designated by the club. SACHEM OFFICERS . . . Bob Edwards, Myron Noble, Curt Nickel, Mike Bass. Front Row: Otis Brown, Victor Brown, Dan Snyder, Jim Dunhoft, Tom Hill. Second Row: Jerry Childers, Coach Ron Parr, Bob Edwards, Glen Atkins, Don Epperly, Curt Nickel, Rick Hartley, Myron Noble, Jeff Risk, Ken Bryant. Third Row: Tom Bates, Mel Hull, Keith Jorden, Edward Merritt, Rich Sharp, Chuck Hise, Mike Bass, Jerry Mahoney, Carl Poikonen, Edward Childers, Don Fitzgerald, Mike Wood. SACHEM SWEETHEART. . . Marsha Kahle HAPPINESS IS IN THE MIND . . . Marsha Kahle works on a speech for class. WHAT A BUG! . .. Chuck Hise participates in Sachem Home¬ coming parade entry. Triad Presents A vital social, academic and religious force, Triad led an active year in club meetings and activities. Socially, Triad produced its annual Amateur Hour, flew their rushees over Anderson, spon¬ sored a second donkey ball game, went caroling with a girls club and presented the most active member an award. Triad stressed academics among members by granting a scholarship and awarding a plaque to the outstanding student. To fulfill the religious aim of the club, members participated in CIA, on the Religious Life Coun¬ cil and held services at meetings. TRIAD SWEETHEART . .. Linda Cotton Above: A STUDENT REVOLT? . . . Triad initiates invade the student center. Below: WINNIE SAYS POOH ON MAN¬ CHESTER .. . Triad s third place float. Annual Amateur Show, Stardust McNeely, Keith Hossler. Third Row: Andy Hoover, Dave Hernbloom, Dave Boyle, Jim Eoff, Jerry Brewer, Tony Wilson, Greg Hammel, Lowell Davidson. SEE THE BALL? . . . Linda Cotton explains funda¬ mentals of the game to her gym class at the Ander¬ son YMCA. WHY OUR FAMILY? . . . asks Linda Thornburg of husband, George Ramsey, a drug addict in the Amateur Show. Front Row: Phil Patterson, Gary Wood, Tom White, Robert Bernhart, Dennis Burris, David A. Edwards, Arnold Raymond. Second Row: Frank Litondo, Dennis Gradeless, Wes Bybee, Tom Trick, Dave Sherry, Gary Lindsey, Errol 53 Pepsters Send Ditty Bags to Viet Nam Above: WHO CAUGHT THE FISH? . . . Initiation for Pep¬ sters. Right: ARE YOU KIDDIN’ ME?... Pep rush at Shadeyside Park. Proud of being the oldest women’s social club on campus, Arete Pep strives to uphold the prin¬ ciples of the club to promote excellence in Chris¬ tian personality, education and progress. Initiat¬ ing their goals into activities, Pepsters sent “Ditty Bags” to soldiers in Viet Nam, presented the annual Christmas Capers and enjoyed a winter formal at Pokagon State Park. The year ended on a happy note with the spring picnic and senior banquet. Front Row: Sheila Smart, Con¬ nie Edwards, Diane Stelter, Brenda Dockery, Cheri Amand, Charlotte Sauls, Yvonne De- Vaugh, Carolyn Akin. Second Row: Marilyn Davidson, Cheryl Miller, Jan Cruikshank, Kathy Noble, Sandy Adams, Marilyn Boblitt, Marla Smith, Phyllis Lenigar, Kay Henderson. Third Row: LeAnn Dunkle, Sherry Houchins, Nancy Hutton, Don¬ na Grams, Wanda Lehnus, Gwen Printy, Ernesteen Howell, Carolyn Chewning, Jane Hanson. • Front Row: Jill Newberry, Sue Carroll, Barb Sanders, Becky Stephenson, Trish Bentley, Carol Bechtel, Joyce Hinderer, Doria Peterson, Susan Guthrie, Judy DeBusk. Second Row: Stella Edwards, Marilou Menchinger, Cammy Frye, Carolyn Moore, Carla Smith, Gerri Dreger, Hallie Olson, Jan Taylor, Miriam Lewllyn, June Brayfield, Connie Foster. Third Row: Marcia Smith, Zola Troutman, Gerda Gogolin, LeAnnaGoos- sen, Dianne Shoudel, Carol Pendleton, Jacqueline Sellers, Karen Arms, Mary Lou Hodge, Sue Crane, Wilma Bales, Vicki Butterfield, Bonnie Burris, Karolyn Janke. Camarada Sells Mums and Cards The largest women’s social club on campus, Camarada was also one of the most active. Its year began with a “Welcome Back” party where talk turned to the coming initiation activities. First semester was highlighted by a Halloween party and a caroling party in conjunction with other social clubs. Money-making projects were a success as members sold mums at Homecom¬ ing, Christmas cards and note cards. WHY 7 THE LAUGHS? . . . Celeste Carrol explains how to be a good Camarada member at the rush party. LONG AND HARD HOURS. Camarada Homecoming float. are represented in the Taeda Holds Grand Ole Opry Torches and white mums were a familiar sight and symbol around the Anderson College cam¬ pus traditionary of Taeda Club. To cultivate better relationships for the individual, the club and the student body, and to develop and sup¬ port any worthwhile activities which promote light, love and laughter on the campus are the aims of the club. The traditional Grand Ole Opry, Alumni Tea and the formal were presented in the best Taeda fash¬ ion. Other activities of the club were the pack¬ aging of Christmas gifts to servicemen and partici¬ pation in Homecoming activities. BIRD WATCHERS? . . . Chuck Rich and Mona Hoffman. RAVENS AND WATERMELON ... Taeda’s Homecoming float. Front Row: Sandra Roysler, Sue Montague, Phyllis Inskeep, Joyce Decker, Sharon Weldon. Second Row: Janet Funk, Pat Richardson, Sharon Ritter, Delores Lehman, Nancy Pace. Third Row: Nita Kufeldt, Sharon Bates, Helena Decker, Sarah Jones. Fourth Row: Myra Hutchinson, Margaret Stratt- man, Edie Boyer, Carol Geer, Rosie Flanagan. Back Row: Pauletta Howard, Ginger Keys, Darlene Hoover, Joy Ann Wolfskill, Carol Minton. Front Row: LaDonna Parker, Janet Funk, Barbara Chessor, Connie Herman, Jan Hay, Carol Bechtel. Second Row: Larry Minnick, Marilou Menchinger, Darlene Sayers, Mrs. Inez Busch, Rita Pylate, Sue Miller, Charles Shumate. Back Row: Ric Neese, Gerald Keller, Dave Selent, Chuck Hise, Dan Brooks, Dan Von Bargen. Senates Front Row: Bill Taylor, Arnold Setzer, Ron Long. Second Row: Dan Clark, Gordon Garrett, Merle Strege, Duane Leatherman. Back Row: Dave Van Norman, Glenn Burns, Fred Clemens, Ken Wade. Front Row: Karen Trafelet, Loretta Airgood, Kathy Noble. Second Row: Marla Smith, Arlene Tjart, Becky Stephenson, Mrs. Irene Deese. Third Row: Phyllis Leniger, Zola Trout¬ man, Helena Decker, Eileen Snider. Fourth Row: Jan Taylor, Carol Pendleton, Diane Shoudel. Fifth Row: Margaret Strattman, Myra Hutchinson, Marcia Kirby, Mrs. Henrietta Cross. Back Row: Linda Cotton, Judy Faircloth, Sharon Guss, Sandy Adams. Front Row: Les Mosier, John Quinn, Jon White, Jim Cook, Larry Adams. Back Row: John L. Lackey, Jim Allen, Stewart McDivitt, Rick Sharp, Glen Atkins. Front Row: Fae Swart, Mary Lou Humes, Sue Redwine, Linda Wallace, Pam Roberts, Kay Waterbury, Louise Walton. Second Row: Wanda Hoak, Barbara Sanders, Marcia Kirby, Sue Cunningham, Diana Smith, Ardith Kapsal, Peggy Young, Sandy Cooper, Sheila Smart. Back Row: Thomas Swartzlander, Phil Harrington, Phillip Coulson, Carlton Cumberbatch, David Harris, Gideon Barnett, David Sherry, Chuck Warren, Fred James. MOVIE MEN .. . Christmas Party is included in the school movie. CHARM ANTE .. . Evelyne Accad enjoys talking with foreign students. Ambassadors for Christ One of the newest clubs on the campus, Ambas¬ sadors for Christ has grown into a well-recognized group working to promote an interest in a lay¬ man’s approach to missions. Meetings were filled with spiritual meaning as members visited shut-ins during the Christmas season and planned extensively for Religious Emphasis Week. An ex¬ perience in fellowship for the club was a retreat planned in November at Camp Challenge! 58 Christianity -In-Action Serves People Serving the spiritual need of the Anderson Col¬ lege community, developing leadership qualities of active members and involving students for their own spiritual enrichment are the purposes of Christianity-In-Action. Activities of the club are felt throughout the community of Anderson as teams serve at the Children’s Home, Nursing Homes, and the jail. They endeavor to lead others to a more vital understanding of the gospel in the social, economic and spiritual needs of the com¬ munity. Students join CIA to broaden their Christian experience and to become involved within a community of committed Christians. As a social highlight of the CIA, they sponsored an All-School during the second semester. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . .. Jim Allen, Margaret Strattman, Jerry Handley, Sue Guthrie, and Arnold Raymond. TEAM CAPTAINS . .. Front Row: Dennis Gradeless, Margie Eubanks, Helena Decker, Margaret Strattman, John Armstrong, Sue Guthrie, Johnnie Guthrie, Bonnie Kerr, Frank Litondo. Back Row: Chan Rooch, Jim Allen, Sam Stewart, Arnold Raymond, Jerry Handley, Terry Handley. 59 Circle K Sponsors Campus Car Smash First Row: Renard Raldwin, Jim Fenstermaker, Don Matas, Jim Noggle, Barry Chessor, Dennis Jackson. Second Row: Ed Ross, Phil Lentz, Larry Grubbs, Stewart McDivitt, Gary Burg, Craig Hackney. Third Row: Jerry Blevins, Mervin Moss, Phil Wallace, Ron Carr, Jim Snyder, Dave Van Norman. EYES ON THE ROAD?... Jim Cook drives Circle-K car in parade. A luggage lift for the freshman girls, a car smash and a beard-growing contest kept Circle-K boys busy during the early part of the year. Later, members served refreshments for the Kiwanis travel series, provided Christmas for a needy family, planned extensively for Homecoming, helped with campus beautification and May Festival and attended a State Convention at Butler University. Through activities such as these, members realized the extent of their serv¬ ice and the meaning of fulfillment of the aim of service to God, country, mankind and Circle-K. PERSONAL GRUDGE? ... Chuck takes a swing at Al. 60 First Row: Carolyn Akin, Joe Smith, Carol Bechtel. Second Row: Jim Shoot, Gary Burg, Ric Neese. Debate Develop Speaking Skills “Resolved: That the United States should sub¬ stantially reduce its foreign policy commitments’’ was debated by novice and varsity teams in com¬ petition with leading Midwestern colleges and universities. Among AC victims were Hanover, Taylor, Manchester, Michigan State, Purdue and Ball State. Highlights of the year were Anderson’s participa¬ tion in the John Quincy Adams National Debate Tournament at Harvard University and the Moses Hadas Columbia University Tournament. At Har¬ vard, Anderson teams defeated Brown University, Cornell University, University of Rhode Island and College of the Holy Cross. At Columbia, AC vic¬ tims included St. Francis, West Virginia Institute of Technology and Randolph Maron Women’s Col¬ lege. TRIAL AND ERROR . .. Debaters work on strategy for next meet. 61 LONG HOURS OF PRACTICE . . . Rae Smith, director, ex¬ plains mood of scene to Ron Carr, Bob Cole and Ken Wade. Dramatics Club To create and maintain an interest in the field of dramatics and to supply fellowship for those with a mutual interest gave Dramatics Club a goal for which to strive throughout the year. Highlighting the meetings were discussions of forthcoming events, speeches on subjects related to drama and plays designed to stimulate the mind. Sec¬ ond semester was devoted to the annual All- School, “Seven Days in May.” Through various projects money was raised for contributions to such campus activities as the radio station. SEVEN DAYS IN MAY Col. Casey Gen. Scott Lt. Hough Pvt. Davis Ken Wade Ron Carr M. Friermood L. Smallwood Col. Henderson D. Oldham Marge Casey Pat Priesig Paul Girard David Bebee Sen. Prentice Roland Kramer Toby Casey L. Soetenga Sue Casey P. Richardson Jordan Lyman Fred Clemens E. Townsend Mrs. Lyman Ray Clark . Connie Otten Sharon Guss Duane Proctor Chris Todd Joe Smith Art Corwin Larry Wilson E. Holbrook Barb Starkey Alec Whitney Phil Lentz Fran Dillard Karen Arms Doris Vicki Morse Helen Rae Matson Marcy . Mary Lu Waggy Stewardess M. Lewellyn Official Lowell Davidson Girl Marjorie Ebanks S. Liberman Joddie Brown Col. Broderick Jim Doenges Gen. Rutkowski S. Emfinger f Fr» • Row: Barbara Bate, Mar- joi Ebanks, Patricia Preisig, Mary Lu Waggy, Connie Otten. Second Row: Marion Lewellyn, Sharia Thornbrough, Sue Cun¬ ningham, Karolyn Janke, Sandy Cooper, Doria Peterson. Third Row: Nancy Thompson, Karen Arms, Judy Riggle, Lynda Small¬ wood, Louise Soetenga. Back Row: Ken Wade, Tom Brown, Ron Carr, Phil King, Lowell Davidson, David Bebee. 62 International Relations Club WAITING TO SPEAK . . . Model U N participants spon¬ sored by IRC. W m ' l v ’ ' :pr - ® JL - ■ i ■ tafii Front Row: Marilou Menchinger, Evelyne Accad, Joan Merrill, Karen Arms. Becky Stephenson, Fran Faronda, Sandy Cooper. Second Row: Ken Hatch, Dan Von Bargen, Joe Smith, Ron Carr, George Majors, Marvin Nesbit, Larry Kardatzke, Fred Harting. Back Row: Mike Osteen, Phillip Coulson, Donald Morey, Harry Simmerman, Carl Kramer, Carl Haga, Thomas Swartzlander. Front Row: Cheryl Warren, Candy Tomlinson. Second Row: Fran Foronda, Carol Whitehearst. Back Row: Gene Willing¬ ham, Tim Myer, Myra Hutchinson. 63 Front Row: Renard Baldwin, Kathy Menchinger, Brenda Dockery, Peggy Thompson, Gloria Igney, Barbara Justus, Joan Merrill, Fran Foronda, Janet Armev, Ron Catlett. Second Row: Michael Sheffield, Ruth Helbling, Janet Barker, Sue Redwine, Susan Haller, Gerelyn Stewart, Joy Ann Wolfskill, Mary Terray, Abby Noggle, Christine Clay, Jane Cleveland. Back Row: Dr. DeVon Helbling, Steve Winslow, Dave Jones, Tom Kittinger, Mike Parker, Cliff Wright, Dale Landis, Ron Fritts, John Fought, Al Lucas. Music Educators National Conference Discussion dealing with music rehearsals, at¬ tendance at the Indiana Music Educators Asso¬ ciation meeting in Indianapolis and a demon¬ stration in the use of audio-visual aids in teaching music were topics in monthly meetings of MENC. Music students were afforded opportuni¬ ty for professional orientation and development while still in school and to maintain contact with the music education field. Outside activities of MENC included attendance at the opera Rigoletto by Verdi and a music work¬ shop led by Prof. James King. Moments of Inspiration Planning Committee —Mel Williams, Pam Roberts, Jack Samuels, Joy Wolfskill. 64 Radio Station WAC Giving college and seminary students a listening experience in the best of music, opportunity to keep informed on world news and to enjoy plays during the week is the purpose of the first radio station of Anderson College. A medium of cam¬ pus news, WAC is used by Student Council for support of projects, by speech instructors for credits and by club promotion of All-School pro¬ ductions. WAC broadcasts from the south wing of Little Theatre. Front Row: Ken Wade, Program Director; Lowell Davidson, Station Manager; Jim Fenstermaker, Technical Director. Second Row: Bill Webster, Tom Brown, Bill Shoot, Jim Shoot, Ric Neese. Third Row: Judy Riggle, Carolyn Akin, Becky Stevenson, Connie Otten, Linda Cotten. Back Row: Phil Harrington, Don Clingenpeel, Jim Eoff, Drew Helvey, Dave Van Norman. 63 Sam Club Front Row: Pat Jones, Joyce King, Sandy Hill. Second Row: Joy Havens, Judy DeRusk, Myra Hutchinson, Sha¬ ron Webster, Judie Bennet. Back Row: Bob Cahoon, David Hembloom, Steve Teters, Dave Alberts, Paul Hutchin¬ son, John Wiley. Sam Enterprises A state chartered corporation, Sam Enterprises serves the campus community with top name entertainment and provides experience for busi¬ ness and accounting students in managing a business. Front Row: Lynn Chase, Dennis Covher, John Wiley, Dave Alberts, Steve West, Dave Erb, Judy DeBusk, Terry Henry, David Hembloom. 66 Scuba Club Front Row: Dale Fiegland, Phil Lentz, Dave Cherney, Dave Alberts, Roger Wells. Second Row: Dick Gifford, Sam Cher¬ ney, Jim Allen, Keith Klepper, Larry Hooks, Jon White. A chilly swim in December in an ice covered pond provided the AC Scuba Club with one of its more unusual meetings. Promoting all types of underwater swimming, clean living, good sportsmanship and fellowship, members traveled to such places as Florida for warmer water. Student National Education Association 1 st 11 1 Ipf ' •’ Mm 9 v mm Front Row: Connie Friend, Roxie Miles, Linda Hilyard, Carole Whiteherse, Joyce Johnson, Jeannie Tramel, Becky Stephenson, Sharon Weldon. Second Row: Tom Swartzlander, Phil Thornbery, Wilma Bales, Judy Baker, Carol Bechtel, Sandra Royster, Kathy Goodwin. Back Row: E. G. MacKenzie, Phillip Coulson, LeAnna Goossen, David Sherry, Gary Shripka, Carol Pendleton, Daryl Smith, Judy DeBusk, Ruth Kilmer. 67 The World of Music The Music Department of Anderson College pro¬ vides for voice and instrumental participation for all students. The Wind Ensemble consists of fifty members and plays for many campus functions and gives concerts each spring at college and high school convocations. The Choir performs for chapel-convocations and such major campus activities as the Fall Concert and Festival of Hymns. A spring tour through the Eastern states and New York City this year was a touring highlight. The Campus Singers, a select group of sixteen AC vocalists, performed on campus and served as representatives for Anderson College in the com¬ munity and state. r- ' VTYTTt i l i«. VI ' 4 t i i Campus Singers Front Row: Mary Terry, Arlene Tjart, Peggy Thompson, Rita Frost, Ruth Helbling, Kathy Reardon, Mona Hoffman. Back Row: Dan Brooks, George Ramsey, Steve House, Fred Clemens, Bill Bellah, Bob Edson, Spencer Spaulding, Larry Adams. College Choir Front Row: Sue Miller, Cindy Butsch, Nancy Carter, Mary Terry, Barbara LeClear, Rita Pylate, Mona Hoffman, Kathy Reardon, Yvonne Phile, Karen Parsons, Arlene Tjart, Brenda Dockery, Darlene Sayers, Peggy Thompson, Linda Loeber, Connie Edwards. Second Row: Dan Yelton, Renard Baldwin, Cal Bloom, Janet Barker, Joan Merrill, Ernestine Howell, Rita Frost, Imy Tate, Jeanette Sutter, Sherry Houchins, Wanda Phillips, Gloria Igney, Ruth Helbling, Joy Wolfskill, Larry Adams, Spencer Spaulding, Dennis Shankland. Back Row: Bob Edson, George Ramsey, Dave Jones, Daryl Yoder, John Suko, Fred Clemens, Phil King, Drew Helvey, Clifford Wright, Kerry Meyer, Bill Bellah, Terry Jones, Dale Landis, Rick Cox, Steve House, Dan Brooks, Jim Scott, Gary Jones, Jim Wright. Anderson College Concert Band Front Row: Connie Foster, Trixie Tharp, Ken Bucy, Jim Scott, Mike McDonald, George Ramsey, Linda Byrd. Second Row: Ward Otte, Bill Hargett, Karen Amand, Allen Justice, Jim Boyle, Terry Spradlin, K. Edwin Hossler, Keith Walter, Jim Russell, Ernestene Howell. Third Row: Ricardo Shaw, Lynette Gable, Ron Catlett, Dale Landis, David Jack, Gerald Barr, Tom Kit- tinger, Larry Bruyere, Fred Ours, Steve McNutt. Back Row: R. Neal Lydick, Rex Shellenbarger, Paul Dagenhart, Bill Nedden, Fred Harting. 69 Five Anderson College Tour Groups AMBASSADORS: Daryl Yo¬ der, Jim Dodson, Dale Lan¬ dis, Kerry Meyer. DRAMA GROUP: Milo Miller, Mona Hoffman, Fred Clemens. SYMPHONETTES: Linda Farst, Cozette Beach, Kay Yer- don, Eileen Snyder 70 Represent Campus During The Summer Through song and drama a select group of AC students witnessed before congregations across the country. Included in programs were hymns, gospel songs, plays and words of personal testi¬ mony by performers to give meaning for audi¬ ences and students. Carrying with them news of Anderson College to Alumni and future students, the tour groups visited churches in Kansas, Colorado, California, British Columbia, New York, Virginia, Florida, Michigan and Indiana. CHORDETTES: June Brayfield, Carol Yount, Connie Foster, Sharon Davis SOJOURNERS: Cal Bloom, Dave Jones, Gary Jones, Den¬ nis Shankland 71 Tri-S: Student Summer Service Action and involvement are the key words con¬ nected with the Anderson College Tri-S program. In just one year the program tripled the number of Anderson College students involved. In just two years the program has spread its services around the globe from North America to South America, from Africa to Asia, in both secular and religious channels. The Tri-S participant is not a tourist, though. He has an objective. Whether he is in Appalachia or Trinidad, Guatemala or Hong Kong, he is there to work. It may be building a church or teaching children to read. Yet, none of these Tri-S volunteers may reform the world. Each participant comes back, though, himself reformed by a new awareness of the great needs outside middle-class America. A LONG WAYS OFF! . . . Students reflect past summer ex¬ periences in a meeting with the Dean Beard. 72 A HEX SIGN? . . . No, a Peruvian sou¬ venir seen at Prof. Nonnan Steinaker’s home. Involves One Out of Ten on Campus COMMISSIONING CHAPEL 1966 . . . Students accept task of summer service. 73 POVERTY IS LIFE . . . Such scenes were a familiar sight for summer workers. ■ At Home And Abroad BIBLE SCHOOL TEACHER . .. Marilou Menchinger works with Grand Cayman children. BRACE THAT FRAME . .. Peru volunteers work on chapel in Ucayali River district. ’ Mr«f 1Us. ' Hi Deep, dark jungle, a river of mud that serves as a road, a trip across an alligator infested swamp in a dugout canoe —this was Peru! Working on con¬ struction in drizzling rain, serving on kitchen duty, trekking through the jungle to conduct services —this was the 1966 Tri-S Ucayali River project! Ucayali was the major project of the 1966 Tri-S program. Of 112 participants in the total program, 20 went to the Amazon jungle. Although the over¬ riding purpose of the trip was the construction of a chapel, each student also was involved in an action research project on such varied topics as the economic and political problems of Pucallpa, Peru, or the work of the Wycliff Bible Translators in the Ucayali River area. Seminars permitted a sharing of each individual’s experiences and reflec¬ tions with all the members of his group. MAY I INTERRUPT?... Sue Miller seems to say as George Ramsey tells of work with the Indians. The Ucayali River Project ended July 3, with the dedication of the chapel, but the spiritual growth begun in each member of this Tri-S team never will end. One volunteer summed up his feelings this way: “I am proud I could help.” DIRT IS DIRT... Kathy Reardon works on dormitory in Saltillo, Mexico. 75 I THE WORLD OF... t i 76 SPORTS DIMENSION IS ADDED TO OUR COLLEGE LIFE BY ACTIVE PAR¬ TICIPATION. IN TEAM SPORTS ACQUIRE SKILL. AND INDIVIDUAL PLAY, STUDENTS 77 Cheerleaders Boost School Spirit Sheila Smart, Donna McKinney, Marilyn Boblitt, Marla Smith, Charlotte Sauls. 78 Front Row: Larry Morace and Jon White. Back Row: Floyd Nichols, Sam Stewart, Greg Boatwright. TENNIS RECORD Anderson 0 Hanover Anderson 0 Taylor Anderson 0 Indiana Central Anderson 1 Franklin Anderson 1 Earlham Anderson 0 Manchester Tennis Team Progresses During Fall The tennis team made a valiant effort against opponents though the record does not show it. In September no tennis team existed until one was recruited. With the help of an excellent coach, Jim Usher, former AC tennis great, the team developed toward the latter part of the sea¬ son. Lettermen Stewart and Morace proved their ability this year and will form the nucleus of next year’s team. Sam Stewart smashes an overhead serve toward his opponent. t- r- 1 co x r- Football Team Loses HCC Crown But Because of injuries to several key linemen and an inexperienced backfield, the Anderson Col¬ lege Ravens managed only one win in nine out¬ ings this year. As the linemen returned and the backfield obtained valuable experience, the team gained momentum for the final three games. Under the direction of Coach Dick Young, the Ravens outfought Hoosier Conference foe Indiana Central for a 29-7 victory, keeping out of the loop cellar. Although losing 15-0, the Ravens played their best game of the season against a strong, experi¬ enced Georgetown eleven. They held the high- scoring Tigers to a single touchdown until final seconds when the Kentuckians scored again. Statistics reveal leaders in major offensive cate¬ gories were underclassmen. Tom Mullins, rushing, Terry Murawski and Keith Jordan, passing, and Ted Williams, receiving, were statistics leaders. Outstanding defensive players were Jim Dunhoft, Bob Edwards and Rich Sharp. Front Row: Bob Cornett, Louis Caldwell, Bill Parker, Melvin Hull, Jim Dunhoft, Bob Edwards, Larry Payne, Glen Atkins, Ted Williams, Otis Brown. Second Row: Carl Poikonen, Paul Gray, Ron Shangle, Charlie Hatchel, Keith Jordan, Dwight Pillow, Don Towry, Asa Teeter, Bill Rigel. Third Row: Head Coach Dick Young, John Chismar, Mike Taylor, Willie Coach Dick Young surveys the situation on the field. Williamson, Terry Murawski, Mike Wood, Don Fitzgerald, Jerry Childers, Tom Perzanowski, Coach James Macholtz. Back Row: Coach Ron Parr, Dan Geer, Jerry Mahoney, Mark Thompson, Rich Sharp, Tom Mullins, Marvin Gunckle, Bill Beard, Fred Williams, Dave Edwards. Grains Experience Against Strong Foes Tom Mullins crashes through the Taylor line for a short gain. FOOTBALL RECORD Anderson 0 Hanover 14 Anderson 7 Taylor 16 Anderson 16 Franklin 28 Anderson 7 North Central 30 Anderson 0 Manchester 41 Anderson 29 Indiana Central 7 Anderson 0 Georgetown 15 Anderson 0 Defiance 38 Raven blockers maneuver to open a hole for back Ted Williams. I I Thanks to Caldwell’s block. Bob Cornett punts the Ravens out of trouble —for the moment! Seniors, First Row: Mark Thompson, Jerry Childers, Bob Edwards, Ron Shangle. Back Row: Willie Williamson, Paul Gray, Rich Sharp, Carl Poikonen, Don Fitzgerald, Bill Parker. Right, Mike Wood achieved national recognition for punt returns. Dunhoft, Edwards Honored by Squad Because of leadership qualities, senior Bob Edwards was named honorary captain. Left, Jim Dunhoft was voted by teammates as Most Valuable Player. 82 Cross Country Front Row: Keith Hossler, Mike Kiernan, Jim McAlhaney. Back Row: Coach Terry Magsig, Jim Hall, Glenn Burns, Mike Coy, Ron Grimes. CROSS COUNTRY RECORD Anderson 47 Hanover 16 Anderson 50 Taylor 15 Taylor Invitational, 7th Anderson 35 Franklin 22 Earlham Invitational, 6th Concordia 26, Anderson 42, Goshen 56 Anderson 38 Manchester 17 Anderson 49 Indiana Central 15 HCC Conference, 6th Competing with other distance runners over a four-mile course, Raven harriers displayed marked improvement under Coach Terry Mag¬ sig throughout the season and represented AC well at large meets. Despite a poor dual meet record the Ravens finished sixth in the Hoosier Conference meet in Indianapolis. Captain Jim Hall led the team in every meet and placed first for Anderson in the conference. Left, Ron Grimes and Mike Coy build their endurance by jogging around the campus course. 83 Losses in Close Games Result in 11-12 Front Row: Tom Bates, John Wallace, Darryl Lehnus, John Williams, Terry Tierney, Charlie Rairdon. Back Row: Coach Bob Macholtz, Bill Taylor, Ron Long, Chuck Hise, Dave Heitzenrater, Jack Ice, Landis Harper. Due to unusually strong opposition, Raven Hoosier Conference wins numbered four against eight losses. But the Ravens’ rather unimpressive record does not credit the team with the kind of ball it played most of the season. In seven de¬ cisions the Macholtzmen lost by three points or less. One of the season’s successes was AC’s triumph at the Marshall (Michigan) Optimist Classic. Darryl Lehnus was chosen MVP and was joined by 6 ' 6 " Chuck Hise on the all-tourna¬ ment team. Hise, a senior, ran away with top honors in several fields. High for the team in total points with 543, his field goal percentage of .557 broke the AC record set by Gary Pate at .549. His total of 407 rebounds (average 17.7 per game) was sec¬ ond only to the 454 pulled down hy Jack Wilson in 1956. Hise was named to the NAIA District 21 team. AC fans did not mind seeing sophomore Ron Long fouled because of his amazing free throw percentage of .813. Senior Darryl Lehnus broke the record for assists with 267, which led to the scoring of 534 points. The average of team points per game was 82.5. With the help of returnees Bates, Wallace and Taylor, hopefully the team will give us a better season next year. Coach Macholtz studies court moves of his team. 84 Season Record for Raven Cagemen Cheerleaders Marilyn Boblitt, Marla Smith and Donna McKinney lead the team onto the court amid a mob of Raven enthusiasts. ' S Displaying his record-setting accuracy in shooting, Chuck Hise leaps above a dismayed Marian knight. Darryl Lehnus bolts toward the basket despite an attempted block by a Franklin player. ■ i ! I Ron Long, averaging 19.5 points a game, gets position be¬ tween his man and the basket to thrill the fans with a lay-up. Tom Bates stretches to block an alumnus’ lay-up in the annual AC Alumni-Varsity game. Varsity won, 78-72. 86 Sophomore guard John Wallace leaps high to tip the ball to teammates Ron Long, Bill Taylor and Chuck Hise, maneuvering to get position on their men. Chuck Hise Voted MVP by Teammates BASKETBALL RECORD Anderson 94 Huntington 62 Anderson 105 St. Francis 72 Anderson 75 Hanover 85 Anderson 84 Manchester 80 Anderson 102 Franklin 85 Anderson 69 Millikin 76 Marshall Optimist Classic 1st Anderson 79 Manchester 74 Anderson 105 Taylor 75 Anderson 74 Oakland City 72 Anderson 63 Central State 62 Anderson 81 Goshen 82 Anderson 67 Indiana Central 81 Anderson 74 Taylor 75 Anderson 70 Indiana Tech 73 Anderson 78 Earlham 82 Anderson 94 Taylor 84 Anderson 72 Manchester 87 Anderson 76 Earlham 79 Anderson 80 Hanover 82 Anderson 86 Indiana Central 88 Anderson 95 Franklin 78 Anderson 88 Ohio Northern 110 Anderson 86 Marian 66 87 Individual Effort Sparks Wrestling The 1967 AC wrestling team and Coach Dick Young faced many problems, including not only improved HCC competition and non-conference foes but also a plague of injuries and ineligibili¬ ties. Young was forced to recruit practically a new squad after term break. A grou p of new arrivals joined holdovers to host the HCC match and place fourth. In the HCC meet season-long standouts con¬ tinued to excel as Dick Gifford (7-1) won the 123 pound division crown and Rich Amy (4-1-1) missed the 115 pound division title by just one point. In heavier weight classes Rich Sharp placed third and Don Towry was second. High point of the meet, however, was Dan Snyder’s first place finish in the 160 pound class and being voted outstanding wrestler of the meet. Dan Snyder receives his trophy for the Outstanding Wrestler of the conference meet. Rich Amy gets the advantage of his opponent and pins him. Front Row: Ralph McGee, Dick Gifford, Richard Arny. Sec¬ ond Row: Jim Snyder, Andy Cook, Wes Troister. Third Row: Bill Parker, Dan Snyder, Glen Coy. Back Row: Don Towry, Rich Sharp, Coach Dick Young. Left to Right: Lou Gerig, Dave Selent, Guy Perry, Barry Hippensteel, Jim Tanner, Coach Harry Forse. Golf Team Grabs Conference Crown Last spring Raven golfers, snapped a five year reign over the Hoosier Conference by Hanover. They captured the loop crown by defeating the Panthers with a single stroke. It marked the first conference crown for Anderson since 1948. Four lettermen, Lou Gerig, Guy Perry, Dave Selent and Jim Tanner, returned from the 1965 season. Freshman Barry Hippensteel bolstered the attack and earned a letter for his excellent contribution. The Ravens lost only one match in dual compe¬ tition and tied in one other. The defeat came at the hands of the Manchester Spartans, 9 1 2- 5 1 2. But overall, under the effective direction of Coach Harry Forse, the Ravens ended the season with a 5-1-1 record. GOLF RECORD Tied Taylor Won Franklin Won Earlham Won Taylor Won Ball State Lost Manchester Won Indiana Central Won 1st place Hoosier Conference Meet Barry Hippensteel displays good golf form as he lofts the ball toward the green. 89 gjf l jjni — Tl j k- F mt L J Jk J I jmmmwmmmrT wNr , M 1 L 4 Front Row: Coach Jim Macholtz, Chuck Warren, Jeff Risk, John Wallace, Tom Hill, John Quinn, Rill Shoot. Second Row: Gary Bays, Jim Noggle, Bill Parker, Jim McAlhaney, Mike Coy, Ronald Allen, Dale Benefield. Third Row: Paris Anderson, Glenn Burns, Mike Bass, Rich Sharp, Eddie Childers, Steve House, Tom Ward. Individual Track Stars Provide TRACK RECORD Spring 1966 Anderson 51 Anderson 76 Anderson 67 Anderson 30 Indiana Central Triangular Indiana Tech Triangular, Anderson 51 Anderson 73 H.C.C. Manchester 95 Franklin 70 Indiana Central 78 Earlham 114 2nd 1st Taylor 85 Hanover 72 4th Mike Coy, John Quinn and Glenn Burns put in a few extra laps to build endurance. 90 Excitement for Season Steve House displays physical coordination while running the high hurdles. Rich Sharp shows excellent form in heaving the shot. Twelve lettermen spa rked the AC track team last spring. Coach Jim Macholtz served his first coaching assignment since returning from the Philippines. The Ravens placed first and second in two triangular meets, triumphing over Han¬ over while being edged out by Indiana Central. Then they bounced back to trounce Concordia and Indiana Tech, 95 to 49 and 31, respectively. In the season finale the Ravens battled to a thrill¬ ing 73-72 victory over Hanover. Raven efforts were boosted by John Quinn, miler and half- miler; Rich Sharp, 100-yard dash and discus; Larry Hocker, broad jump; and Jim Hall, javelin. A 440 relay squad, consisting of John Wallace, Tom Hill, Mike Taylor and Rich Sharp turned in a respectable time. 91 BASEBALL RECORD Anderson 1 2 Anderson 5 9 Anderson 3 Anderson 9 6 Anderson 4 10 Anderson 2 0 Anderson 5 Anderson 7 6 Anderson 13 10 Anderson 16 4 Carson Newman (Tenn.) 6 1 Maryville (Tenn.) 9 0 Butler 2 Indiana Central 2 2 Franklin 11 9 Taylor 1 11 Marian 4 Manchester 3 3 Hanover 2 2 Earlham 2 3 Coach Carl Erskine led the Raven nine to a brilliant season last spring. Here he instructs two players in better pitching skills. Baseball Squad Retains HCC Crown for First and second basemen await the play, as the hurler unwinds. Front Row: Rick Perry, Max Hopple, Rich Christenson, Chuck Blackwelder, Rick Masters, Ron Von Bargen. Second Row: Rich Maxedon, Terry Murray, Mike Fox, Terry Tierney, the Second Consecutive Year In 1966 Anderson College was Hoosier Confer¬ ence champions for the second consecutive year. Despite having to follow the tough 1965 confer¬ ence winners, the Ravens kept pace with a 9-1 conference record. Strong pitching by returnees Mike Fox and Dan Von Bargen sparked the squad to many victories. Twelve lettermen provided the leadership resulting in an impressive season. The Most Valuable Player, chosen by teammates, was Darryl Lehnus. Max Hopple, Dan Von Bargen and Lehnus were tabbed best in the HCC. The team was selected to represent the conference in the.NAIA tournaments, but was unable to attend because of final examination conflicts. Dan Von Bargen awaits on¬ coming pitch with a look of determination. Boyce Wood, Larry Payne, Jerry Stevens. Third Row: Rich Davis, Carl Poikonin, Denny Gloff, Dick Sayger, Darryl Lehnus, Dan Von Bargen, Coach Carl Erskine. Basketball team, left to right: Carla Smith, Bonita Smith, Dorothy May, Twila Drummond, Shirley Baumann, Linda Watkins, Cheryl Poore, Mary Lou Meyer, Connie Gable. WRA Provides Physical Activities WRA (Women’s Recreational Association) is one of the most active organizations on campus. All girls are eligible to participate in the Association’s intramural and intercollegiate sports, including volleyball, basketball, tennis, track and softball. In dual volleyball meets this year the Raven- ettes battled Purdue and DePauw, losing to the former but handily defeating the latter. In a triangular volleyball meet, AC beat Earlham and Franklin. The basketball team, above, was un¬ defeated in games with Vincennes, Marian, Franklin and Earlham. WRA officers are Lou True, Bobbie Douglas, Linda Flanary, Linda Byrd, Shirley Baumann, Connie Rigsby, Fran Foronda and Dorothy May. Sponsored by Miss Gertrude Wunsch and Dr. Gloria Olive, WRA also coordinated all-school activities such as coed ice skating, camping and bowling. During a coed gym night the girls beat faculty members at volleyball. WRA members attended state and area conventions. Girls volleyball team works hard in preparation for an up¬ coming intercollegiate game. 94 Men of Smith and Dunn Halls position for a rebound. Ed Hager breaks loose for an easy shot. Intramurals provide an opportunity for old high school football stars to exhibit their skill. Intramurals On the AC campus athletic desires of men not involved in varsity sports are fulfilled by an intramural program. This program involves all resident, married and off-campus students. The men participate in the major sport of each season. The “Outcasts” from the White House were football champions this year. Apparently the Trojan way of life paid off for the coed dorm- bound boys. Late in the season basketball play¬ offs were held with the teams competing for the championship title. THE WORLD OF PEOPLE COMING FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD, INDIVIDUALS FIND SELF- EXPRESSION AND MEANING IN OUR COLLEGE COMMUNITY. ! President The problems of this generation of students in some ways are new. Great acceleration—in knowl¬ edge, population, communication, cybernetics, and social revolutions impose a vexing panorama of decisions to be dealt with. However, in another sense, the problems faced by this generation are as ancient as man himself. Who is he? From whence does he come, and to what destiny? What shall be his relation to God and to his fellow man? Anderson College stands in the great Christian tradition which insists that God has spoken in Jesus Christ to these ancient questions, and rejoices in the great freedom it enjoys to explore with today’s student the heritage of the Christian Faith within the context of a Christian college community. —Dr. Robert H. Reardon Dean Anderson College, her students and faculty are seriously attempting to unite learning and serv¬ ice. This view of studenthood and life is neither popular nor common in our times. The fact is, however, that we are called by our Faith and by the needs of the world to serve others through our own heightened and sharpened abilities. This is the call to which each of us can respond. — Dr. Robert A. Nicholson MARCH APRIL AUCI J 99 Officers of Administration C. L. EDWARDS Business Manager and Treasurer W. SHIRELL FOX Assistant to the President and Director of Publicity NORMAN BEARD Dean of Students VILA DEUBACH Librarian HELEN A. HOLTON Registrar C. JEAN KILMER Director of Admissions GILBERT FRITZLER Controller Faculty PAUL J. ANDERSON, A.M. Instructor in Chemistry F. DALE BENGTSON, Mus. M. Assistant Professor of Music EVELYN BOWEN, B.S. Instructor in Mathematics 100 PAUL BREITWEISER, Ph.D. Professor of Music DELWIN W. BROWN, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion MILTON A. BUETTNER, A.M. Assistant Professor of English BARRY L. CALLEN, B.D. Instructor in Bible and English JOHN O. CARRINGTON, Ph D. Professor of History and Political Science VALOROUS B. CLEAR, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Social Work KENNETH E. COOK, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry MARY BETH COOLIDGE, B.S. Instructor in English and French ELSIE COTTINGHAM, B.S. Instructor in Librarianship KENNETH L. CROSE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History FREDERICK H. DAMASKE, A.M. Assistant Professor of History and Political Science VILA DEUBACH, Ph D. Professor of English 101 GLENN FALLS, D.B.A. Associate Dean Professor of Business and Economics WILLIAM FABMEN, A.M. Instructor in Psychology JOHN P. GEE, M.F.A. Instructor in Art MARCIA POWELL GLENN, M.A.T. Instructor in English MALCOLM GRESSMAN, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Speech THOMAS HARBRON, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physics Director, Computing Center LEWIS A. HENNIGAR, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy and Psychology Director, Psychological Clinic C. YVONNE HIVELY, M.A. Instructor in Spanish and English GUSTAV JEENINGA, Th.D. Associate Professor of Bible Director, Museum of Bible and Near Eastern Studies 102 HENRY A. JEEP, Ph.D. Professor of Education JAMES H. KING, M M. Assistant Professor of Music SANDER KLEIS, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy BERNARD LALLATHIN, A.M. Assistant Professor of Biology H. HOWARD LASH, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Education Director of Evening School BARBARA LEIGHTON, M.L.S. Assistant Professor of I .ihrarianship HAROLD F. LINAMEN, Ed.D. Professor of Business and Economics GERTRUDE LITTLE, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Christian Education JAMES D. MACHOLTZ, P.E.D. Professor of Physical Education 103 ROBERT W. MACHOLTZ, M.S., P.E.Dir. Associate Professor of Physical Education Director of Intercollegiate Athletics ELBRIDGE G. MacKENZIE, A.M. Professor of Education Director of Teacher Education TERRY A. MAGSIG, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Business and Economics MARIE JOINER MAYO, M.S. Associate Professor of Biology NILAH MEIER, M.A.T. Assistant Professor of Spanish DARLENE MILLER, A.M. Director, Audiovisual and Instructional Materials Center FRANCES MILLER, M.S. Assistant Professor of English M. LAVERN NORRIS, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology GLORIA OLIVE, Ph D. Professor of Mathematics NANCY F. OSBORNE, Ph.D. Professor of French THOMAS N. PAPPAS, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Political Science Director, Foreign Study and Travel 104 BETTY W. POGUE, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Education ELVA MAE RAGSDALE, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education GEORGE RAMSEY, B.D. Associate Professor of Bible JAMES R. REES, A.M. Associate Professor of Biology RUSSELL R. RENZ, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education THOMAS L. ROBERTSON, JR., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English JOHN L. ROYS, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology PAUL SALTZMANN, A.M. Assistant Professor of Mathematics FREDERICK V. SHOOT, Ph.D. Professor of Bible Director, Summer Sessions Counselor on Academic Affairs 105 RICHARD SNYDER, B.S. Instructor in Librarianship RALPH SPRAGUE, JR., D.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business and Economics Director of Special Services, Computing Center NORMAN W. STEINAKER, A.M. Assistant Professor of English JERRY STEVENSON, M.D. Professor of Biology Premedical Advisor MARIE STRONG, A.M. Associate Professor of Bible PETER TJART, A.M. Assistant Professor of German GERTRUDE WUNSCH, A.M. Associate Professor of Physical Education RICHARD M. YOUNG, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education W. ROBERT YOUNGMAN, M.F.A. Associate Professor of Art 106 Seniors 108 EVELYNEACCAD-Beiru t, Lebanon — English and Art -IRC 3, 4; French Club 3, 4 MELVA LEE ACHESON- Palco, Kansas — Elementary Education-CIA 1; SNEA 4; AFC 2, 3; Rel-Vo-Prep 2 CASSANDRA DAHNE ADAMS — Lebanon, Ohio- Elementary Education — Arete Pep, Secretary 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Sophomore Class Secretary 2; Resident Assist¬ ants, Dorm Chairman 4; May Court Attendent 1; CIA 1, 2; Soeurettes 1 — Who’s Who 4 DAVE ALBERTS - Yreka, California — Accounting — SAM Club 3, 4; SAM Enter¬ prises 4; Scubra Club 3,4 Senior Class Officers: Kerry Meyer, Vice President; Jane Hanson, Secretary; Dave Lewis, President; Cheryl Miller, Treasurer. EDNA ALEXANDER — Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education BONNIE ANGUS — Albuquerque, New Mexico — English ROGER ARMSTRONG —Greenville, Michigan — Sociology WILMA BALES — Rural Retreat, Virginia — Mathematics — Camarada 3, 4, Reporter 4; SNEA4 MICHAEL BASS —Anderson, Indiana —Physi¬ cal Education CAROL ANN BECHTEL - East Canton, Ohio — Social Studies — Camarada 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Resident As¬ sistant 3, 4; Debate Team 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 4; Young Republicans 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Who’s Who 4 WILLIAM BELLAH — Tucson, Arizona — Bi¬ ology; Who’s Who 4 BETTE BLACKSON — Mercer, Pennsylvania — Sociology and Psychology MARILYN BOBLITT - Lima, Ohio - Elemen¬ tary Education — Arete Pep 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Junior Class Treasurer 3; May Court Attendant 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Soeurettes 1 EDITH BOYER — Ashtabula, Ohio — Sociology — Taeda 2, 4; Rel-Vo-Prep 1; Soeurettes 1, Treasurer 1 PATRICIA BRIDGE - Plymouth, Michigan - Art —Taeda 2; CIA 1, 2; SNEA 2, 3, 4; Soeurettes 1 LOIS BRIDGES —Anderson, Indiana —Biology 109 JOHN BRIZENDINE - Escondido, California — Mathematics DAN BROOKS — Houston, Texas — Social Studies — Booster 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice President 3; Men’s Senate, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Campus Singers 3, 4 RENWOOD BRUNIN G - Rogers City, Michi¬ gan — Elementary Education KATHY BUCK — Mooresville, Indiana — Ele¬ mentary Education — SNEA 4; MENC 2, 3 FREDERICK BURNETT - Birmingham, Ala¬ bama — Bible — Who’s Who 4 DENNIS BURRIS - Noblesville, Indiana - History — Triad 3, 4 JEANNINE S. BYARD — Remus, Michigan — Music Education — Taeda 2, 3; MENC 2, 4, President 3 LINDA BYRD — Sikeston, Missouri — Elemen¬ tary Education — Alpha Chi 3, 4; CIA 1, 2, 3; SNEA 2,4; WRA 1, 3, Treasurer 4 JAMES CARTER — Anderson, Indiana — English — Amici 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 2 NEIL CARTER — Dearborn Heights, Michigan — Business Administration LYNN CHASE — Elwood, Indiana — Business Administration — SAM Enterprises 3, 4; Debate 4 DAVID CHERNEY - Mount Vernon, Ohio - Biology — Scuba 3, 4 110 BARBARA CHESSOR — Portageville, Missouri — French — ECHOES 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3; Kappa Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, Vice President 4; Resident Assistant 4; CIA 1; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JERRY CHILDERS - Anderson, Indiana - English — Sachem 3, 4; SNEA 1, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2,4; Wrestling 1 MARY KAYE COLE - High Point, North Caro¬ lina — French RONALD COMBS — Kennewick, Washington — Speech PHILLIP COULSON — Husum, Washington — Social Studies — Alpha Chi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; CIA 2, 3, 4; AFC 3,4; IRC 4; Foot¬ ball 1, Manager 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Manager 3, 4 DENNIS COVHER - St. Petersburg, Florida — Business Administration — Amici 3, 4; Circle K 3; SAM Club 3, 4; SAM Enterprises 3 MARAGARET COVHER — Anderson, Indiana — English GLORIA ANN COX — Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education — Lyric Trio 1; CIA 1; SNEA 3,4 MARY LOU DAVIS — Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education VIRGINIA SUE WILLIAMSON DAVIS - Indi¬ anapolis, Indiana — Business Education — SNEA 4; Dramatics Club 1 BERNADEAN DEAN — Barryton, Michigan — Business Education — Camarada2; SNEA 4 JUDY LEA DEBUSK — Middletown, Ohio — Business Education — Camarada 3, 4; SAM Club 3 , 4 ; SAM Enterprises 3 , Secretary 4 ; SNEA 3 , Treasurer 4 111 HELENA DECKER - New Bethlehem, Penn¬ sylvania — Sociology — Taeda 3, 4; CIA 3, Co- Captain 4 JOYCE DECKER — Clinton, Iowa — Sociology — Taeda 3, 4, Treasurer 4; CIA 1 YVONNE DEVAUGHN — Parkersburg, West Virginia — Biology — Arete Pep 4; CIA 4 SANDRA DRUMMOND - Bluefield, West Virginia — Sociology — CIA 1, 2; AFC 2, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer 3 WESLEY DRUMMOND — Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania — Biology and Philosophy — CIA 3 MARKA ECKHARDT - Pendleton, Indiana - Physical Education JEAN EDMONSON - Cin¬ cinnati, Ohio — Spanish ROBERT EDSON - Flint, Michigan — Biology — Triad 2, Treasurer 3, Vice Presi¬ dent 4; Campus Singers 4; SNEA2 DAVID EDWARDS - An¬ derson, Indiana — Mathe¬ matics — Triad 3 JANET BLACKWELL ED¬ WARDS — Anderson, Indi¬ ana — Biology — Arete Pep 2, 3; Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4 ROBERT EDWARDS - Ket¬ tering, Ohio — Mathematics — Sachem 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Men’s Senate 3; Football 1, 2, All HCC 3, Honorary Captain 4; Wres¬ tling 1; Who’s Who 4 TROY DUANE ELAM - West Chester, Ohio — Bible and Religion — CIA Captain I R. DAVID ERB - Wabash, Indiana — Accounting — Amici 2, 3, 4; SAM Club 2; SAM Enterprises, Vice Pres¬ ident 3,4; Young Repub¬ licans 1, President 2, 3; Foot¬ ball Manager 1; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4 WARREN FELLER - Roanoke, Virginia — Busi¬ ness Administration 112 JAMES E. FENSTERMAKER - Fort Wayne, Indiana — Political Science — Amici 3,4; Circle K 3,4; CIA 2; IRC 2,3,4 ROSE MARIE FLANAGAN - Prichard, Ala¬ bama — Riology — Taeda 2, Publicity Chair¬ man 3, 4; CIA 1, 2; Rel-Vo-Prep 2; Soeurettes 1 LINDA FLANARY — Norton, Virginia — Physi¬ cal Education RORERT FOLLETT — Cassopolis, Michigan — History EDWARD FRANCIS - Reese, Michigan - English MARCIA SMITH FREER - Palmerton, Penn¬ sylvania — Art — Camarada 3, 4; ANDERSONI- AN 2; Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4; Student Council 3; Choir 3; Campus Singers 3; Meistersingers 2 RICHARD FREER - Madi¬ son Heights, Michigan — Sociology — Booster 2, 4, Secretary 3; Sigma Tau Del¬ ta 3, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Student Council 3; Religious Life Council 2, 3, Chairman 4; Who’s Who 4 JANET FUNK - Burling¬ ton, Michigan — Elemen¬ tary Education — Taeda 2, 3, Historian 4; May Court 3 JANET GERHART - Lima, Ohio — Elementary Educa¬ tion — Taeda, 3, 4; Band 1; CIA 2; Soeurettes 1 DENNIS GLOFF - Val¬ paraiso, Indiana — Business Administration — Basketball 3; Baseball 4, All-HCC 3 GERDA M. GOGOLIN - Cleveland, Ohio — German — Camarada 2, 3, 4; SNEA 4; German Club President 1; Souerettes 1 JOAN GOOD — Timonium, Maryland — Spanish LEANNA GOOSSEN - Marion, South Dakota — Elementary Education — Camarada 3,4; SNEA 3,4 ALICE GRAY — La Grange, Indiana — Sociology 113 PAUL GRAY — Anderson, Indiana — Physical Education KATHLEEN GRESLEY — Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education — SNEA4 GENE GURGANUS — Anderson, Indiana — Religion and Philosophy SHARON GUSS — Anderson, Indiana — Biolo- gy — Who’s Who 4 JOHNNIE GUTHRIE - Townley, Alabama - Elementary Education — SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4; CIA 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; AFC 2,3 JAMES HALL — Benton Harbor, Michigan — Biology — Booster 3, 4; SNEA 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 JANE HANSON — Berkeley, Illinois — Ele¬ mentary Education — Arete Pep 2, Historian 3, 4; Senior Class Secretary; SNEA 4; Soeurettes 1 FRANCES HARDMAN — Atlanta, Georgia — Business Education RICK HARTLEY — Roanoke, Indiana — Ac¬ counting — Sachem 2, 3, 4; SAM Club 4; Base¬ ball 1 JEROL LYNN HATINGER - Edmore, Michi¬ gan — Biology — Camarada 2, 3; May Court 2; CIA 1, 2, 3; Soeurettes 1 JANICE HAY — Covington, Kentucky — So¬ ciology SUANNE MARIE HENDRICKS - Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education — SNEA 1 114 KENDALL HENDRICKSON - Anderson, Indiana — Mathematics KAREN SUE HENRY - Wichita, Kansas - Sociology — Camarada 2; Junior Class Secretary MICHAEL HENRY — Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education TERRY HENRY — Anderson, Indiana — Boost¬ er 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Student Council 3; Circle K 1, 2; SAM Enterprises, Inc., Treasurer 4; Who’s Who 4 CONSTANCE HERMAN - Berne, Indiana - Biology — Camarada 2, 3; Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Resident Assistant 2, 3, 4; May Court 2; CIA 1, 2; IRC 4; Soeurettes 1; Who’s Who 4 DAVID M. HERNBLOOM - Burlington, Colo¬ rado — Accounting — Triad 3, Treasurer 4; SAM Club 3, Treasurer 4; SAM Enterprises, Inc., 4; Young Republicans 2; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4; Arcita 1 SANDRA L. HILL — Anderson, Indiana — Ac¬ counting — SAM Club Secretary 3, Vice Presi¬ dent 4 CHARLES HISE — Metamora, Illinois — Physi¬ cal Education — Sachem Chaplain 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 3; Junior Class President; Men’s Senate 2, 3, 4; CIA 1, 2, Co-Captain 3; Religious Life Council 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD HONEYCUTT - Newport News, Virginia — Chemistry GRANT HOOKER —Portland, Oregon —History PAMELA HOOKER — St. Paul Park, Minnesota — Physical Education DARLENE HOOVER - Saltville, Virginia - Elementary Education — Taeda 2, 3, 4; SNEA 3, 4; Soeurettes 1 115 MICHAEL HOUSE — Alexandria, Indiana — Mathematics STEPHEN HOUSE - Markleville, Indiana - Mathematics — Booster 2, 3, President 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Freshman Class President; Circle K 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Singers 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 MARY LOUISE HUMES - Canton, Ohio - Social Studies and Bible — Who’s Who 3; Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4; Resident Assistant 2, Dorm Chair¬ man 3; CIA 1, 2; SNEA 3, 4; AFC 2, President 3, 4; Religious Life Council 3 MYRA HUTCHINSON - Otsego, Michigan - Business Administration — Taeda 2, Secretary 3, 4; Resident Assistant 4; SAM Club 3, 4; CIA 1, 2, 3; Judo Club 4 PHYLLIS INSKEEP - Marion, Indiana - Business Administration — Taeda 2, 3, Presi¬ dent 4; SAM Club 4; CIA Co-Captain 1, 2; Who’s Who 4 ANN JACKSON — Columbia, South Carolina — Mathematics JIM JENKINS - West Chester, Ohio — Chemistry CAROLYN GROSSEN- BACHER JOHNSON - Fre¬ mont, Michigan — Elemen¬ tary Education — Taeda 3,4; SNEA 3, 4; CIA 1,2 FRANK C. JOHNSON - Anderson, Indiana — Math¬ ematics — SNEA4 JANET JOHNSON-Green¬ ville, South Carolina — English PHYLLIS JONES - Ander¬ son, Indiana — Physical Ed¬ ucation SARAH L. JONES-Ander¬ son, Indiana — Elementary Education — Taeda 4; CIA 1 THOMAS E. JULIAN - An¬ derson, Indiana — Chemistry GERALD F. KELLER - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida — Psy¬ chology — Alpha Chi 2 116 RETA KESTERKE - Eau Claire, Michigan - Sociology MARCIA KIRBY - Canton, Ohio - Elemen¬ tary Education — Resident Assistant 3, 4; CIA 1, 2; SNEA 4; Relvo Prep 1, 2; AFC Secretary- Treasurer 2, 3, 4 PAULA DECKER KRIDLER - Anderson, Indi¬ ana — Elementary Education — SNEA 4 LARRY EUGENE LEACH - Cicero, Indiana — Accounting — Football 1; Basketball 1 DELORES E. LEHMAN - Nevada, Iowa - Sociology and History — Taeda 3, 4 DARRYL LEHNUS — Kankakee, Illinois — Physical Education — Sachem 2, 3; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 3, 4; SNEA 4; Basketball 1, 2, MVP 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, All HCC 3, 4; Who’s Who 4 WANDA LEHNUS — Columbia City, Indiana — English — Arete Pep 2, 3, 4; SNEA 3, 4 PHYLLIS LENIGAR —Athens, Ohio — Sociology L. DAVID LEWIS —Sikeston, Missouri — His¬ tory - ECHOES Editor 4; ANDERSONIAN Managing Editor 3; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sig¬ ma 3, 4; Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4; Choir 3, 4 GARY L. LINDSEY-Bed¬ ford, Indiana — Mathemat¬ ics — Triad 2, Vice President 3, President 4; CIA 2; SNEA 4; Young Republicans 2 LINDA LOEBER —Clinton, Iowa — English CARYL MARTINDALE - Columbus, Ohio —Sociology LARRY E. McFARLING - Lansing, Michigan —Mathe¬ matics — Triad 2, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon 2, 3, President 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, President 3,4 117 PATRICIA MITCHELL MERCER - Erie, North Dakota — Elementary Education KERRY MEYER — Bloomington, Illinois — Music Education — Booster 4; Senior Class Vice President; Choir 2, 3, 4 CHERYL MILLER — North Webster, Indiana — Business Education — Arete Pep 3, 4; Senior Class Treasurer; SAM Club 3, 4 SUE MILLER — Anderson, Indiana — English CAROL MINTON —Middletown, Indiana —Art DAVID MONTAGUE - Fresno, California - Bible and Religion SUE MONTAGUE — Kerman, California — Elementary Education GERALD D. MOORE - Harvey, Illinois - Biology LESTER Z. MOORE — Mt. Carmel, Illinois — Social Studies DONALD MOREY — Arlington, Virginia — Social Studies — Alpha Chi 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; SNEA3; IRC 4 WILLIAM MORRIS — Palwetlo, Florida — Physics — CIA 1, 2, 3, 4 TERRY MURRAY — Cicero, Indiana — English — Sachem 3; SNEA 4; Baseball 3, 4 118 RICHARD L. NEESE — Indianapolis, Indiana — History and Psychology — Sachem 2, Vice President 3, 4; Men’s Senate 4; Debate 4 PEGGY NETTLETON - Des Moines, Iowa - Physical Education — CIA 4; SNEA 4; WRA 3, 4; Drama Club 4 ALMA NEWBERRY — Anderson, Indiana — Elementary Education JOHN NEWCOMB - Madera, California - Art — Booster 4; ECHOES Art Editor 3, 4; ANDER- SONIAN 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Alpha Phi Gamma 3,4; CIA 3 BRENDA NICHOLES — Guymon, Oklahoma — Biology — Arete Pep 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 2, 3; Soeurettes 1 RONALD NOBLE — Warren, Ohio — History — Band 2, 3, 4; CIA 1; Arcita 1 MICHAEL T. OLIVER — Alexandria, Indiana — Mathematics — Amici 2; Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; Young Independents Treasurer 2 CAROL LYNNE OLSON — DeSoto, Missouri — Elementary Education — Taeda 2, Chaplain 3, 4; CIA 1, Co-Captain 2, 3; SNEA 4 NANCY KAY PACE - Bedford, Indiana - So¬ cial Studies — Taeda 3, 4; CIA 1, 2; WRA 3, 4 FREDA PALMER — Clarkston, Washington — Elementary Education WILLIAM K. PARKER - Detroit, Michigan - Physical Education — Amici 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Circle K 3; SNEA 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3,4; Wrestling 4; Arcita Vice President 1 LARRY L. PARKS — Kendallville, Indiana — Bible and Mathematics — Booster 2, 3, 4; CIA 2; SNEA 4; Rel-Vo-Prep 1, 2; Chess Club 1, 2 119 JANE PATTON — Kittanning, Pennsylvania — Psychology PHILIP PATTERSON — Atkins, Virginia — Chemistry — Triad 3, Chaplain 4 JOSEPH PEDIGO — Anderson, Indiana — Mathematics HAROLD E. PEASE — Muncie, Indiana — Sociology RICHARD F. PERRY — Decota, West Virginia — Physical Education — Sachem 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3,4 JANICE PILCHER - Syracuse, Indiana - Ele¬ mentary Education CARL POIKONEN - Racine, Wisconsin — Social Studies GWEN PRINTY - Pomona, California — Sociology — Arete Pep 4; Sachem Sweet¬ heart 3; CIA 3,4 BOB PROFFIT- Hamilton, Ohio — History — Amici 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Circle K 4; IRC 2, 3, 4; Young Republi¬ cans 2 RITA PYLATE-Meridian, Mississippi — Music Educa¬ tion — Camarada 2, Treasur¬ er 3, 4; Who’s Who 3; Sopho¬ more Class President; Triad Sweetheart 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Campus Singers 3; Harmon- aires Trio 1; MENC 1, Presi¬ dent 3, 4; Rel-Vo-Prep 1; Soeurettes President 1 ARNOLD RAYMOND - Homestead, Florida — Psy¬ chology BARBARA FALLS REIN¬ HARDT— Anderson, Indiana — General Music BRUCE REINHARDT - Benton Harbor, Michigan — Psychology MICHAEL ROBINSON - Pendleton, Indiana — So¬ ciology and Psychology — Booster 3, 4; CIA 1, Vice President 2; Young Repub¬ licans 1; Track 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Arcita 1 120 SANDRA G. ROYSTER - Ft. Meade, Florida — Elementary Education — Taeda 3, Secretary 4; SNEA 3, 4 LEON SALISBURY — Lansing, Michigan — Sociology BARBARA J. SANDERS — Saltville, Virginia — Business Administration — Camarada 3, 4; CIA 1,2; AFC 3,4 DARLENE SAYERS — Indianapolis, Indiana — Biology — Who’s Who 4 DAVID SELENT — Dowagiac, Michigan — Bible and Religion — Booster 2, Secretary 3, 4; Men’s Senate 3, Chairman 4; Band 3, 4; CIA 2, Captain 3; Golf 1, 2, All HCC 3, Captain 4 RICHARD W. SHARP — Sumter, South Caro¬ lina — Physical Education — Sachem 2, 3, 4; Football 1, MVP 2, All HCC 3, 4; Track MVP 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3; Who’s Who 4 ALBERT B. SIMMONS - Chicago, Illinois — Sociolo¬ gy — Booster 3; CIA 2; Foot¬ ball 1 HAROLD A. SMITH - Plymouth, Michigan — Psy¬ chology THOMAS S. SNYDER - Anderson, Indiana — History — Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 3, 4 LOUISE SPALL - Ander¬ son, Indiana — Biology SPENCER SPAULDING - Brookings, South Dakota — Bible and Religion — Who’s Who 4 MARLA J. STAHNKE - Fair- field, Nebraska — Sociology — CIA 1, 2; WRA 3; Young Republicans 1, 2 BECKY STEPHENSON - Lovington, Illinois —French — Camarada 2, 4; Alpha Chi 3, President 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4; Resident Assist- ant4; SNEA 4; IRC 4; French Club 2, President 4 BEVERLY SULGROVE - Wichita, Kansas — Elemen¬ tary Education 121 SANDRA SULLIVAN — Anderson, Indiana — Sociology THOMAS E. SWARTZLANDER - Ford City, Pennsylvania — Mathematics — CIA 2, 3, 4; SNEA 2,3,4; IRC 4 JANET TAYLOR — Anderson, Indiana — Ele¬ mentary Education — Camarada 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; ECHOES Class Editor 2, 3, 4; Resi¬ dent Assistant 3, Dorm Chairman 4; SNEA 3, 4 KARON M. TEETERS — Anderson, Indiana — English TERRY THOLE — Wichita, Kansas — Religion — Amici 2, 3; Student Council 2, President 3; CIA 1, 2; Religious Life Council 2; Cross Coun¬ try 1; Track 2, Captain 3, 4 KAREN TRAFELET — Detroit, Michigan — Spanish — Resident Assistant 2, Dorm Chair¬ man 3, 4; CIA Co-Captain 1, 2, 3; AFC Vice President 2; Spanish Club President 4; Who’s Who 4 LOU ELLEN TRUE - An¬ derson, Indiana — Physical Education — WRA 3, Presi¬ dent 4 DANIEL VON BARGEN- Reading, Ohio — Social Studies — Amici 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, President 4; Men’s Senate 3, 4; CIA 1; SNEA 2, 3, 4; IRC 1, 2, 4; Rel-Vo-Prep 1; Baseball 1, 2, All HCC 3, 4 ODENE WAMPLER-An- derson, Indiana — Bible and History EDWARD O. WARD - Colon, Michigan —Sociology JOHN WARNER - Cincin¬ nati, Ohio — Bible and Re¬ ligion SHARON WELDON - Cal- lensburg, Pennsylvania — Elementary Education — Taeda 2, Chaplain 3, 4; CIA 1,2,3; SNEA 4 PAMELA WHETSEL - La¬ pel, Indiana — Physical Education and Sociology — CIA 2; WRA 1,2 ROSEMARY CARROLL WHITE - Birmingham, Ala¬ bama — Elementary Educa¬ tion — Taeda 4; Alpha Chi 4; CIA 1, 2, 3, 4; SNEA 3, 4 122 ROYCE M. WHITE - Bartlesville, Oklahoma - Psychology - Alpha Chi 3, 4; CIA 1, 2, 3, 4 SHIRLEY R. WIETE - New Point, Indiana - Business Education — SNEA4 JACK WILEY — Belpre, Ohio — Mathematics JOHN D. WILEY — Anderson, Indiana — Busi¬ ness Administration — SAM Club 2, 3, Presi¬ dent 4; SAM Enterprises, Inc. 4; French Club 4 MELVYN WILLIAMS — Anderson, Indiana — Biology — Booster 2, 3, 4 EUGENE WILLINGHAM - Toledo, Ohio - Mathematics — Triad 2, Secretary 3; ANDER- SONIAN 2, 3, 4; LITERATI 1; Kappa Mu Epsi¬ lon 2, 3, 4; Judo Club Treasurer 3, President 4 DALE WILSON — Benton, Arkansas — Mathe¬ matics NANCY WILSON-Kokomo, Indiana-English TONY REX WILSON - Anderson, Indiana - Mathematics and Physics — Triad 3; Kappa Mu Epsilon 4; CIA 1; French Club 2; Track 1 BOYCE WOOD-Anderson, Indiana — Accounting GARY L. WOOD - Misha¬ waka, Indiana — Mathemat¬ ics — Triad 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon 4; SNEA 4 JAMES WRIGHT—Ander¬ son, Indiana — Mathematics — Triad 2, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4 ; Choir 4 ; CIA 1 DANIEL YELTON - Flor¬ ence, Kentucky — Religion — Booster 2, Vice President 3, 4; ECHOES Assistant Edi¬ tor 3; ANDERSONIAN 2; CIA 1,2 123 Wm m Junior Class Officers: Lou Gerig, Vice President; Cindy Pistole, Treasurer; LaDonna Parker, Secretary; Mike Osteen, President. Juniors I J l! LARRY ADAMS Anderson, Indiana CAROLYN AKIN Danville, Kentucky JAMES ALLEN Flat Rock, Michigan HAROLD ANDERSEN Jamestown, New York 124 JACK ARROWOOD Cleveland, Ohio GLEN ATKINS Dewey, Oklahoma JUDITH BAKER Wichita, Kansas RENARD BALDWIN Peoria, Illinois NORMA BARRY Paris, Illinois BARBARA BATE Greensburg, Indiana GARY BAYS Rochelle, Illinois JUDITH BENNETT Eaton Rapids, Michigan ROBERT BERNHARDT Scottsbluff, Nebraska DAVID P. BOYLE Lafayette, Georgia DAVID T. BOYLE Chicago, Illinois KATHY BRASWELL Lufkin, Texas CAROLYN BRAUNBERGER Minot, North Dakota MARK BREWER Ft. Recovery, Ohio KATHLEEN BRUNER Medford, Oklahoma BETTY BUCKBEE Eugene, Oregon GERALD BURG Benton Harbor, Michigan BONNIE BURRIS Indianapolis, Indiana SUE CARROLL Portsmouth, Ohio CELESTE CARROLL Birmingham, Alabama 125 PAUL CARROLL Shreveport, Louisiana FREDERICK CLEMENS Huntington, Indiana JANE CLEVELAND Anderson, Indiana MERRILL CLUM Chillicothe, Ohio JAMES COOK W. Palm Beach, Florida DOUGLAS CROSE Anderson, Indiana CARLTON CUMBERBATCH Anderson, Indiana SHARON ANN DAVIS Zanesville, Ohio DARYL DENNIS St. Albans, W. Virginia GERALDINE DREGER Arnold, Pennsylvania RONALD DUNCAN Anderson, Indiana LEANN DUNKLE Tionesta, Pennsylvania WAYNE EDIE Anderson, Indiana CONNIE EDWARDS Mishawaka, Indiana STELLA EDWARDS Zanesville, Ohio CAROL ELIASON Bakersfield, Calif. SHERRILL FLICK Lima, Ohio KEITH FLOWERS Anderson, Indiana JERRY FLOWERS Anderson, Indiana SUZANNE FLOWERS Anderson, Indiana 126 RONALD FORSBERG Tampa, Florida HENRY FOX Anderson, Indiana TRUDIFULDA Anderson, Indiana LYNETTE GABLE Cedar Rapids, Iowa CAROL GEER Toledo, Ohio JANET GEETING Anderson, Indiana LOUIS GERIG Elwood, Indiana RONALD GRAUMAN Tremont City, Ohio LARRY GRUBBS Timmonsville, S. Carolina JERRY HANDLEY Skelton, West Virginia WILLIAM HARGETT Orchard Lake, Michigan MARTIN HARMON Oakwood, Ohio DAVID HARRIS Springfield, Ohio DOUGLAS HARTLEY Worland, Wyoming KENNETH HATCH Anderson, Indiana CHARLES HATCHEL East Prairie, Missouri 127 JOYCE HAVENS Germantown, Ohio RUTH HELBLING Prineville, Oregon GARY HELLER Oaklawn, Illinois WILMA HIATT Anderson, Indiana THOMAS HILL Bradford, Ohio MARY LOU HODGE Ottumwa, Iowa MONA HOFFMAN Sandy Lake, Pa. ANDREW HOOVER Saltville, Virginia PAULETTA HOWARD Bonnie, Illinois ERNESTINE HOWELL Anderson, Indiana EDWIN HUTCHESON Butler, Pennsylvania NANCY HUTTON Anderson, Indiana GLORIA IGNEY St. Petersburg, Florida DENNIS JACKSON Cincinnati, Ohio KAROLYN JANKE Parma, Ohio ROBERT JASPER Vandergrift, Pa. JOYCE JOHNSON Hazel Park, Michigan PAMELA JONES Anderson, Indiana KEITH JORDON Independence, Missouri JOHN KEMLER Alma, Michigan 128 TIMOTHY KRAFT Durham, Kansas CARL KRAMER Speed, Indiana DALE LANDIS Dayton, Ohio DUANE LEATHERMAN Sturgis, Michigan FRANKLIN LITONDO Kenya, East Africa J. DAVID LIVERETT Decatur, Alabama RICHARD MASTERS Wichita, Kansas JEANINE MATSON Elkhart, Indiana DOROTHY MAY Big Rapids, Michigan JORETTA MAY Anderson, Indiana WILLAR McCLINTOCK Lapel, Indiana STEWART McDIVITT Eldred, Pennsylvania CHRISTOPHER McGILLEN Anderson, Indiana donna McKinney Abington, Virginia thomas McLaughlin Jamestown, Pennsylvania STEVEN McNUTT Pendleton, Indiana MARILYN MEFFORD West Monerey, Pennsylvania MARILOU MENCHINGER Benton Harbor, Michigan JOAN MERRELL Chatham, New Jersey JOYCE MESSICK Hurlock, Maryland 129 LARRY MINNICK Lebanon, Indiana RONALD MORRISON St. Louis, Missouri LESLIE MOSIER Rushville, Indiana ROBERT NEALEIGH Trenton, Nebraska WAYNE NELSON Baltimore, Maryland JILL NEWBERRY Anderson, Indiana CURTISS NICHEL St. Joseph, Michigan MYRON NOBLE Anderson, Indiana ABBY NOGGLE Anderson, Indiana MAXINE NORTON Jacksonville, Florida HALLIE OLSON Stoneboro, Pennsylvania MICHAEL OSTEEN Raleigh, North Carolina LADONNA PARKER East Prairie, Missouri LINDA PEACOCK Hulbert, Michigan CHRISTOPHER PENCE New Bethlehem, Pa. CAROL PENDLETON Enid, Oklahoma CYNTHIA PISTOLE Anderson, Indiana ROBERT POST Pendleton, Indiana PATRICIA PREISIG Brighton, Colorado JOHN QUINN Piqua, Ohio 130 ROY RATCLIFF Anderson, Indiana CHARLES RICH Akron, Ohio JEFFERY RISK Anderson, Indiana MICHAEL ROBERTSON Beckley, West Virginia SUSAN ROMANO Decatur, Illinois EDWARD ROSS Fayetteville, West Virginia PAULETTE RUBY Anderson, Indiana JOANN RUEDEBUSCH Wichita, Kansas JUDITH SANDSTROM Benton Harbor, Michigan CHARLOTTE SAULS Spartanburg, South Carolina DONALD SCHULTHEIS Baltimore, Maryland JAMES SCOTT Defiance, Ohio JACQUELINE SELLERS Lima, Ohio RONALD SHANGLE Midland, Michigan MAX SHELLENBARGER Auburn, Indiana DAVID SHERRY Mt. Vernon, Ohio DIANNE SHOUDEL Grabill, Indiana CHARLES SHUMATE Meridian, Mississippi DIANN LEE SMITH Lorimor, Iowa EILEEN SNIDER St. Paris, Ohio 131 CHARLES STANLEY Vandergrift, Pennsylvania BRUCE STEVENS Elwood, Indiana JOAN STINSON Livington, Illinois FRANK STRANO Anderson, Indiana CAROL STRUTHERS Three Rivers, Michigan JOHN SUTHERLAND Mystic, Connecticut FAE SWART Cleveland, Mississippi JAMES TANNER Anderson, Indiana IMOGENE TATE Niles, Ohio JANET TAYLOR Lockport, Illinois STEVEN TEETERS Lapel, Indiana ANN THOMAS Winchester, Kentucky CHARLOTTE THOMAS Roderfield, West Virginia MARK THOMPSON Mio, Michigan PHILIP THORNBERY Middletown, Ohio TERRELL TIERNEY Torrance, California WESLEY TRAISTER New Bethlehem, Pa. 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Pool MOUNDS MALL SHOP SIX NIGHTS ' TIL 9 OPEN AN OPTION CHARGE FIRST SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1888 3 Convenient Locations MAIN OFFICE: 33 West 10th Street DOWNTOWN DRIVE-UP: 1011 Jackson COLONIAL DRIVE-UP: 7th at 109 By-Pass Index A Abbott, Robert 134 Accad, Evelyne 58, 63, 108 Acheson, Melva 108 Adams, Cassandra 28, 29, 38, 54, 57, 108 Adams, Larry 40, 57, 69, 124 Adams, Michael 146 Adcock, Margaret 42 Airgood, Laretta 57, 134 Akin, Carolyn 54, 61, 65, 124 Alberts, David 66, 67, 108 Alexander, Edna 109 Allen, Fay 146 Allen, James 46, 57, 59, 67, 124 Allen, Linda 134 Allen, Robert 146 Allen, Walter 90 Amand, Cheryl 54 Amand, Karen 69, 146 Amburgey, Larry 147 Andersen, Harold 124 Anderson, Michael 147 Anderson, Mildred 147 Anderson, Paris 90, 134 Anderson, Paul 100 Angus, Bonnie 109 Armey, Janet 64, 147 Arms, Karen 55, 62, 63, 135 Armstrong, John 59, 135 Armstrong, Roger 109 Amy, Richard 88, 135 Arrowood, Jack 125 Atkins, Glen 50, 57, 80, 125 B Bache, Harold 135 Bailey, Betty 147 Baker, David 135 Baker, H. L. 107 Baker, Herbert 147 Baker, Judith 67, 69, 125 Baldwin, Audrea 147 Baldwin, Renard 33, 37, 48, 60, 64, 69, 125 Bales, Wilma 55, 67, 109 Balthis, Marilyn 147 Barco, Sandra 147 Barker, Janet 64, 69, 135 Barnett, Gideon 58, 147 Barr, Gerald 69, 135 Barry, Norma 125 Bass, Michael 50, 90, 109 Bastine, David 135 Batdorf, John 107 Bate, Barbara 62, 125 Bates, Sharon 56, 135 Bates, Thomas 50, 84, 86, 135 Baumann, Shirley 90, 135 Bays, Gary 90, 125 Beach, Cozette 31, 70, 147 Beard, Norman 100 Beard, William 80 Bebee, David 43, 62, 147 Bechtel, Carol 38, 43, 55, 57, 61, 67, 109 Bellah, William 39, 42, 69, 109 Beltz, Carolyn 147 Benedict, Kristen 135 Benefield, Dale 63, 90, 135 Bengtson, F. Dale 100 Bennett, Carol 147 Bennett, Judith 66, 125 Bennett, Mervil 147 Benson, Gerald 147 Bentley, Gerald 147 Bentley, Patricia 43, 55 Bernhardt, Robert 53, 125 Bever, Michael 147 Bevis, Pamela 147 Binford, Melvin 107 Birch, Darlene 147 Blackson, Elizabeth 43, 109 Blair, James 147 Blair, Judy 135 Blevins, Jerry 60 Blevins, John 26, 48, 135 Blew, Donna 147 Bloom, Calvin 48, 69, 71, 135 Bloom, Helen 147 Boatright, Gregory 79, 135 Boblitt, Marilyn 54, 78, 85, 109 Bolt, Phyllis 135 Borders, Lynda 42, 135 Bowman, Carol 147 Bowen, Evelyn 42, 100 Boyer, Edith 56, 109 Boyle, David P. 32, 40, 41, 53, 125 Boyle, David T. 125 Boyle, James 43, 69, 147 Boze, Leah 147 Brayway, Raymond 135 Brann, Jane 147 Braswell, Kathy 125 Braunberger, Carolyn 125 Brayfield, June 55, 71, 135 Breitweiser, Paul 101 Brewer, Gerald 53, 135 Brewer, Mark 125 Bridge, Patricia 109 Bridges, Janice 147 Bridges, Lois 109 Brizendine, Dennis 135 Brizendine, John 110 Brock, Patricia 147 Brock, Sheryl 147 Brooks, Danny 48, 57, 69, 110 Brown, Delwin 101 Brown, Joddie 135 Brown, Linda 148 Brown, Linda 136 Brown, Otis 50, 136 Brown, Terry 148 Brown, Thomas 62, 65 Brown, Victor 50, 80, 136 Bruner, Kathleen 125 Bruning, Renwood 110 Bryant, Kenneth 50 Buchbrucker, Ingrid 148 Buck, Kathleen 148 Buck, Kathy 110 Buck, Patricia 148 Buckbee, Betty 125 Bucy, Kenneth 46, 69, 136 Buettner, Milton 101 Bull, Linda 136 Bundrick, Linda 148 Burch, Beverly 148 Burg, Gerald 46, 60, 61, 125 Burnett, Carolyn 43, 136 Burnett, Fred 32, 39, 110 Burns, Glenn 42, 57, 83, 90, 136 Burris, Bonnie 55, 125 Burris, Dennis 53, 110 Busch, Inez 57, 107 Butler, Thomas 46, 136 177 Butsch, Cynthia 69, 148 Butterfield, Candice 148 Butterfield, Constance 148 Butterfield, Victoria 55, 136 Byard, Jeannine 110 Bybee, Wesley 53, 136 Byerman, Keith 148 Byrd, Linda 41, 69, 110 c Cahoon, Robert 66, 148 Caldwell, Diane 148 Caldwell, Louis 80, 148 Callen, Barry 101 Camp, Connie 148 Caniff, Sally 148 Canipe, Phillip 148 Capin, Sheryll 136 Carlisle, David 136 Carr, Ron 36, 42, 60, 62, 63, 136 Carrington, John 43 , 101 Carroll, Dennis 33, 43, 136 Carroll, Janice 136 Carroll, Celeste 35, 55, 125 Carroll, Paul 126 Carroll, Sue 35, 55, 125 Carter, Everett 110 Carter, Nancy 69 Carter, Neil 110 Casaday, Rande 136 Cataline, Curtis 136 Catlett, Ronald 64, 69, 148 Caudill, Rodney 107 Chase, Lynn 66, 110 Chemey, David 67, 110 Chemey, Samuel 46, 63, 67, 136 Chemey, Shelia 136 Chessor, Barbara 37, 41, 42, 57, 111 Chessor, Barry 148, 60 Chew, Edwin 148 Chewning, Mary 54, 136 Childers, Edward 50, 136 Childers, Jerry 50, 80, 82, 90, 111 Chismar, John 80 Clark, Donna 136 Clark, Dan 57, 136 Clark, Sandra 148 Clay, Christine 64, 148 Clayton, Linda 148 Clear, Scott 36, 148 Clear, Valorous 101 Clemens, Fred 40, 42, 48, 57, 69, 70, 126 Cleveland, Jane 64, 126 Clingenpeel, Donald 65, 136 Clum, Merrill 126 Cobb, Donna 148 Coble, Monty 136 Cole, Mary 111 Cole, Robert 62 Coleman, Cheryl 136 Collins, Linda 137 Combs, Ronald 111 Comer, Gregory 137 Cook, Andrew 88 Cook, Jeanne 148 Cook, James 40, 57, 60, 126 Cook, Kenneth 41, 101 Cookston, Joseph 43, 148 Coolidge, Mary Beth 43, 101 Cooper, David 149 Cooper, Sandra 58, 62, 63, 149 Copeland, Jane 43, 137 Cornett, Robert 80, 137 Corns, Marcia 137 Cottingham, Elsie 100 Cotton, Linda 25, 52, 53, 57, 65, 149 Coulson, Phillip 41, 43, 58, 63, 67, 111 Covher, Dennis 66, 111 Covher, Margaret 111 Cowden, Arthur 149 Cox, Glendon 88, 149 Cox, Gloria 111 Cox, Linda 149 Cox, Rickey 69, 137 Coy, Michael 83, 90, 137 Crane, Patty 43, 137 Crane, Susan 55, 137 Creason, Debra 137 Creek, Rebecca 137 Criswell, Lorolyn 149 Crook, Garriet 149 Crose, Kenneth 101 Crose, Douglas 126 Crose, Richard 137 Cross, Henrietta 57, 107 Crouch, Sharyn 149 Cruikshank, Janet 54, 137 Cumberbatch, Carlton 43, 58, 126 Cunningham, Anna 58, 62, 149 Cunningham, Sally 137 Curless, Danny 149 D Dacus, Lana 149 Dagenhart, Paul 69, 137 Damaske, Fred 43, 101 Darkwood, Robert 42, 137 Darland, Donna 149 Darrah, Cheryl 149 Davidson, Loretta 137 Davidson, Lowell 42, 53, 62, 65 Davidson, Marilyn 54 Davis, Mary 111 Davis, Richard 93 Davis, Sharon 42, 71, 126 Davis, Sharon K. 149 Davis, Virginia 111 Day, Charlotte 149 Dean, Bernadean 43, 111 Dearing, James 149 Debusk, Judy 43, 55, 66, 67, 111 Decker, Helena 56, 57, 59, 112 Decker, Joyce 56 Deese, Irene 57, 107 Delph, Sue 149 Dennis, Daryl 126 Dennison, Donnie 149 Derring, Catherine 137 Detweiler, Phyllis 149 Deubach, Vila 100, 101 Devaughn, Yvonne 54, 112 Dockery, Brenda 54, 64, 69, 137 Dodd, Ruth 137 Dodson, James 70, 149 Douglas, Roberta 137 Drake, Judy 137 Dreger, Wilma 55, 126 Drummond, Sandra 112 Drummond, Twila 90, 149 Drummond, Wesley 112 Duncan, Ronald 126 Dunhoft, James 50, 80, 82, 137 Dunkle, Leann 42, 54, 126 Dunn, Cathy 149 E Eastin, Kathy 137 Ebanks, Marjorie 59, 62, 149 Eckelberg, Duane 35, 137 Eckhardt, Marka 112 Edie, Wayne 126 Edmonson, Jean 112 Edson, Eileen 137 Edson, Robert 69, 112 Edwards, Connie 54, 69, 126 Edwards, C. L. 100 Edwards, David A. 53, 112 Edwards, David M. 80 Edwards, Janet 112 Edwards, Robert 39, 50, 80, 82, 112 Edwards, Stella 55, 126 Eliason, Carol 126 Ellis, Marlin 138 Emfinger, Steven 149 Eoff, James 53, 65, 134, 138 Epperly, Donald 50, 138 Erb, Richard 66, 112 Erskine, Carl 93 Essex, Kurt 149 Evans, Larry 149 Faircloth, Judith 57 Falls, Glenn 42, 102 178 Farrnen, William 42, 102 Farrar, David 150 Farrar, Thomas 150 Farst, Linda 70, 138 Fechenda, Victoria 138 Feller, Warren 112 Fenstermaker, James 46, 60, 65, 113 Ferman, Elaine 150 Ferrell, Sandra 138 Festian, Sandra 138 Fiegland, Dale 46, 67, 138 Fitts, Vicki 150 Fitzgerald, Donald 50, 80, 82 Flanagan, Rose 56, 113 Flanary, Linda 113 Flick, Sherrill 126 Flowers, Keith 126 Flowers, Jerry 126 Flowers, Suzanne 42, 126 Floyd, Richard 150 Follett, Robert 113 Foos, Mark 150 Foronda, Francine 37, 42, 63, 64, 138 Forsberg, Richard 46 Forsberg, Ronald 48, 127 Foster, Connie 55, 69, 71, 138 Fought, John 64, 150 Fox, Henry 127 Fox, W. Shirell 34, 100 Fraley, Bernard 138 Francis, Edward 113 Franks, Mary 150 Freer, Marcia 43, 55, 113 Freer, Richard 38, 39, 42, 43, 48, 113 Friend, Constance 42, 67, 138 Friermood, Marsha 26, 150 Fritts, Ronald 64, 150 Fritzler, Gilbert 42, 100 Frost, Rita 69 Frye, Camillia 55, 138 Fulda, Trudi 40, 42, 127 Fullmer, Marianne 150 Funk, Harold 42 Funk, Janet 56, 57, 113 Fuqua, Loisanne 138 G Gabbard, Gary 150 Gabel, Connie 90, 138 Gable, Lynette 69, 127 Gaines, Robert 150 Gardner, Penny 150 Garrett, Gordon 4 6, 57, 138 Gatton, Don 138 Gee, John 102 Geer, Carol 56, 127 Geer, Daniel 80, 150 Geeting, Janet 127 Gerhart, Barbara 113 Gerig, Louis 33, 35, 48, 89, 124, 127 Geyer, Linda 150 Gibson, John 150 Gifford, Richard 67, 88, 138 Gilbert, Larry 138 Gilbert, Clella 138 Glenn, Marcia 102 Gloff, Dennis 113 Gogolin, Gerda 55, 113 Good, Joan 113 Goodwin, Kathleen 67, 138 Goossen, Leanna 55, 67, 113 Gothberg, Rebecca 150 Gottke, Deborah 138 Gould, Nancy 150 Gould, Regina 138 Gradeless, Dennis 53, 59, 138 Grams, Donna 54, 138 Grauman, Roland 46, 127 Gray, Alice 113 Gray, Linda 138 Gray, Paul 80, 82, 114 Gresley, Kathleen 114 Gressman, Malcolm 42, 102 Grim, Wayne 150 Grimes, Ronald 83, 139 Grubbs, Larry 35, 42, 43, 48, 60, 127 Gunckle, Marvin 80, 150 Gurganus, Gene 114 Guss, Sharon 39, 41, 57, 114 Guthrie, Johnnie 59, 114 Guthrie, Susan 31, 55, 59, 139 Hackler, Judy 139 Hackney, Howard 60, 150 Haga, Carl 63, 150 Hager, Edward 46, 139 Hahn, Philip 150 Hall, Carolyn 150 Hall, James 83, 114 Haller, Susan 64, 150 Hammel, Gregory 53, 150 Hammel, Randal 139 Hammond, Gary 150 Handley, Jerry 41, 59, 127 Handley, Terry 59 Hanson, Jane 54, 108, 114 Harbron, Thomas 41, 42, 102 Hardman, Frances 114 Hardman, Larry 150 Hargett, William 69, 127 Harmon, Martin 46, 127 Harper, Elaine 102 Harper, Landis 84 Harrington, Gary 150 Harrington, Philip 58, 65, 151 Harris, David 58, 127 Harting, Fred 63, 69, 151 Hartley, Douglas 127 Hartley, Ricky 50, 114 Haskins, Mark 151 Hatch, Kenneth 63, 127 Hatchel, Charles 80, 127 Hatringer, Jerol 114 Hatton, Wanda 151 Havens, Joyce 66, 128 Hawkins, Robert 151 Hay, Janice 43, 57, 114 Heffelfinger, James 139 Heffelfinger, Rebecca 151 Heitzenrater, David 84 Helbling, DeVon 64, 102 Helbling, Ruth 64, 69, 128 Heller, Gary 43, 128 Helvey, Drew 65, 69, 139 Henderson, Kay 54, 139 Hendricks, Suanne 114 Hendrickson, Kendall 115 Henningar, Lewis 102 Henry, Karen 115 Henry, Michael 115 Henry, Terry 38, 39, 41, 48, 66, 115 Herman, Constance 33, 38, 39, 41, 57, 115 Hernbloom, David 53, 66, 115 Hervey, Thomas 139 Hess, Joseph 139 Hey, David 151 Hiatt, Wilma 128 Hill, James 139 Hill, Sandra 66, 115 Hill, Thomas 50, 90, 128 Hilyard, Linda 67, 151 Hinderer, Joyce 55, 139 Hippensteel, Barry 46, 89, 139 Hise, Charles 50, 51, 57, 84, 85, 115 Hitt, Eugene 151 Hively, Yvonne 102 Hlad, Edward 139 Hoak, Wanda 58, 151 Hodge, Mary 55, 128 Hoffman, Mona 31, 56, 69, 70, 128 Hollett, Susan 151 Holton, Helen 100 Honeycutt, Richard 41, 43, 115 Hooker, Pamela 115 Hooker, Grant 41, 115 Hooks, Larry 46, 67, 139 Hoover, Harris 151 Hoover, Herbert 53, 128 Hoover, Nancy 56, 115 Hoppel, Max 93 Hossler, Keith 53, 69, 83, 139 Houchins, Sherry 54, 69, 139 House, Michael 116 House, Stephen 41, 42, 48, 69, 91, 90, 116 Hoverman, Carol 151 Howard, John 151 Howard, Pauletta 36, 56, 128 Howard, Sandra 151 Howell, Donald 139 Howell, Ernesteen 54, 69, 128 Huffman, Steve 151 Hughes, Nancy 151 Huitt, Robert 41 Hull, Melvin 50, 80, 139 Humes, Mary 41, 58, 116 Hunt, Linda 43, 139 Hurless, David 139 Huskey, Linda 139 Hutcheson, Edwin 42, 128 Hutchinson, Leslie 151 Hutchinson, Myra 43, 56, 57, 63, 66, 116 Hutchinson, Paul 66, 151 Hutton, Nancy 41, 54, 128 179 I Ice,Jack 84, 139 Igney, Gloria 35, 64, 69, 128 Inskeep, Phyllis 38, 56, 116 Irwin, David 46, 139 J Jack, David 69, 139 Jackson, Christine 151 Jackson, Dennis 32, 46, 60, 128 Jackson, Anne 41, 42, 116 Jacobs, Jacqueline 151 Jacobson, Richard 151 James, Frederick 58 Janke, Karolyn 55, 62, 128 Janota, Chris 151 Jaquay, Sandra 139 Jasper, Robert 46, 128 Jeeninga, Gustav 102 Jeep, Henry 103 Jenkins, James 116 Jenners, Carol 151 Jenninga, Alwine 151 Johnson, Carolyn 116 Johnson,Janet 116 Johnson, Frank 116 Johnson, Joyce 67, 128 Johnson, Mary 140 Jolliff, Melvin 151 Jones, David 64, 69, 71, 140 Jones, Gary 69, 71, 140 Jones, Pamela 128 Jones, Patricia 66, 140 Jones, Phyllis 116 Jon s, Sarah 56, 116 Jones, Stephen 152 Jones, Terry 69, 140 Jordon, Keith 50, 80, 128 Julian, Thomas 116 Justice, Allen 69 Justus, Barbara 64, 140 K Kahle, Marsha 51, 140 Kane, Mark 140 Kapsal, Ardith 58, 140 Kardatzke, Larry 63, 140 Kardatzke, Nyle 33, 42, 72, 107 Kearns, Lawrence 46, 140 Keck, Karen 140 Keech, Michael 152 Keene, Constance 140 Kees, Ginger 56, 140 Keller, Gerald 41, 57, 116 Kemler, John 41, 128 Kennedy, Constance 152 Kerr, Bonny 59, 140 Kesterke, Reta 117 Kiernan, Michael 83, 152 Kilmer, Jean 100 Kilmer, Ruth 67 King, James 103 King, Joyce 140 King, Phillip 62, 69, 152 Kingsburg, Charlotte 140 Kirby, Cecelia 152 Kirby, Marcia 57, 58, 117 Kirby, Vicki 152 Kirk, Carrie 152 Kite, Eva 140 Kittinger, Thomas 64, 69, 140 Kleis, Sander 103 Klepper, Keith 67, 140 Knouff, Kathryn 152 Kolb, Linda 140 Kraft, Mark 152 Kraft, Timothy 129 Kramer, Carl 34, 43, 63, 129 Kramer, Roland 152 Kridler, Paula 117 Kufeldt, Anita 56 Kufeldt, Kristina 140 Kuhns, Shirley 152 L Labruyere, Larry 152 Lackey, John 57, 107 Lafont, Constance 41 Lallathin, Bernard 41, 103 Lamb, Fred 140 Landis, Dale 48, 64, 69, 70, 129 Lane, Gaylene 152 Lanman, Janet 152 Lash, Howard 103 Lavrinc, Patricia 140 Lawson, Karen 152 Lawyer, Sandra 152 Layton, Dan 140 Leach, Larry 117 Leatherman, Duane 42, 48, 57, 129 Leclear, Barbara 69 Leedom, Connie 152 Lehman, Delores 56, 117 Lehner, Nancy 152 Lehnus, Darryl 39, 41, 84, 85, 93, 117 Lehnus, Roland 152 Lehnus, Wanda 42, 54, 117 Leighton, Barbara 103 Lenigar, Phyllis 54, 57, 117 Lentz, Philip 35, 60, 67, 140 Leonard, Juanita 103 Lewellyn, Marian 43, 55, 62, 140 Lewis, David 36, 41, 43, 69, 108, 117 Lien, Marie 103 Linamen, Harold 103 Linamen, Herbert 107 Lindsey, Gary 53, 117 Line, Ruth 152 Lisko, Gary 152 Litondo, Franklin 53, 59, 129 Little, Gertrude 103 Liverett, David 36, 48, 129 Livingston, Sandra 140 Loeber, Linda 69, 117 Long, Connie 152 Long, Durenda 152 Long, Rhea 141 Long, Ronald 57, 84, 86 Lotten, Ollin 141 Love, Donna 152 Lucas, Allen 64, 152 Lydick, Neal 69, 152 M McAlhaney, James 83, 90, 141 McBrier, Sandra 153 McCarroll, Nancy 153 McCarty, Linda 141 McClintock, Daniel 141 McClintock, Willar 129 McCollough, Dale 43 McCutchan, Beverly 141 McDivitt, Stewart 41, 42, 48, 57, 60, 129 McDonald, Dolores 153 McDonald, Michael 69, 153 McFarling, Larry 41, 42, 117 McFarling, Louise 141 McFarling, Vivian 107 McGee, Ralph 88 McGillen, Christopher 129 McKinley, Anita 141 McKinney, Donna 78, 85, 129 McKinney, Ronald 43, 153 McKinney, Susan 141 McLaughlin, Thomas 41, 48, 129 McNeely, Errol 42, 43, 53, 141 McNutt, Debrah 153 McNutt, Steven 46, 69, 129 McQuinn, William 153 McReynolds, Judy 141 Macholtz, James 80, 90, 103 Macholtz, Robert 104, 84 MacKenzie, Elbridge 67, 104 Mader, Carolyn 141 Maffett, Sharyn 153 Magsig, Terry 83, 104 180 Mahnke, Terry 141 Mahoney, Jerry 50, 80 Majors, George 43, 63 Majors, Marilyn 141 Marsh, Lyle 48, 141 Marti, Dave 141 Martin, Kay 141 Martin, Kristine 141 Martin, Nancy 153 Martin, Richard 153 Martindale, Caryl 117 Martindale, Warren 153 Masters, Richard 33, 93, 129 Matas, David 46 Matas, Donald 46, 60, 141 Mathis, Robert 153 Matson, Jeaniene 129 Mattison, Mary 141 Maurer, Warren 153 Maurer, William 153 Maxedon, Mary 153 Maxedon, Richard 93 May, Dorothy 90, 129 May, Joretta 41, 129 May, Mickey 141 Mayo, Marie 41, 104 Mefford, Marilyn 129 Megl, Albert 141 Meier, Nilah 104 Menchinger, Kathleen 64, 153 Menchinger, Marilou 41, 55, 57, 63, 74, 129 Mercer, Patricia 118 Merrill, Joan 63, 64, 69, 129 Merwarth, Britteny 153 Messick, Joyce 129 Meyer, Kerry 69, 70, 108, 118 Meyer, Timothy 153 Middleton, Carol 141 Miles, Roxie 67, 141 Miller, Becky 153 Miller, Cheryl 54, 108, 118 Miller, Daniel 153 Miller, Earl 153 Miller, Elizabeth 104 Miller, Frances 104 Miller, Joyce 153 Miller, Karen 153 Miller, Marian 153 Miller, Milo 70, 146, 153 Miller, Sue 33, 57, 69, 118 Milstead, Rebecca 141 Minnick, Larry 48, 57, 130 Minton, Carol 56, 118 Montague, David 43, 46, 118 Montague, Sue 56, 118 Moore, Carolyn 55, 141 Moore, Lester 118 Moore, Ronald 107 Morace, Larry 79, 153 Morehead, Dennis 153 Morey, Donald 41, 43, 63, 118 Morgan, Carolyn 154 Morgan, Judith 141 Morgan, Larry 154 Morris, William 118 Morrison, Ronald 130 Morse, John 154 Mosier, Leslie 48, 57, 130 Moss, Mervin 60 Mullins, Marvin 141 Mullins, Thomas 26, 80 Munsell, Charlotte 154 Murawski, Terry 80 Murphy, Floyd 154 Murphy, Jerry 154 Murray, Frank 142 Murray, Terry 93, 118 Muster, Lela 142 Myers, Samuel 63, 154 Nealeigh, Robert 130 Neese, Richard 57, 61, 65, 119 Nelson, Gayle 25, 142 Nelson, Wayne 130 Nesbit, Marvin 63 Nettleton, Peggy 119 Newberry, Alma 119 Newberry, Cynthia 154 Newberry, Jill 55, 130 Newcomb, John 36, 41, 43, 119 N Nichols, Floyd 79 Nicholson, Robert 99 Nickel, Curtiss 50, 130 Noble, James 154 Nobel, Kathy 54, 57, 142 Noble, Myron 50, 130 Noble, Ronald 119 Noggle, Abby 64, 130 Noggle, James 60, 90, 142 Noles, Sylvia 154 Norris, Lavern 43, 104 Norton, Annie 130 Nye, Keith 154 o Oemler, Kathy 154 Oldham, Sandra 142 Olive, Gloria 42, 104 Oliver, Martha 41 Oliver, Michael 119 Olson, Carol 119 Olson, Hallie 55, 130 Olson, Nancy 154 Orosz, Julia 154 Ort, David 142 Osborne, Nancy 104 Osteen, Michael 41, 42, 48, 63, 124, 130 Otte, Ward 69, 154 Otten, Connie 37, 43, 62, 65, 142 Ours, Frederick 69 P Pace, Nancy 56, 119 Palmatier, Patrick 142 Palmer, Freda 119 Pappas, Thomas 43, 104 Parker, Ladonna 42, 57, 124, 130 Parker, Michael 64, 154 Parker, William 80, 82, 88, 90, 119 Parks, Larry 119 Parr, Ronald 50, 80, 105 Parsons, Karen 69 Patterson, Philip 53, 120 Patterson, William 107 Patton, Betty 120 Payne, Larry 80, 93 Peacock, Linda 130 Pearson, Charles 142 Pease, Harold 120 Pedigo, Don 120 Pence, Christopher 130 Pendleton, Carol 55, 57, 67, 130 Perry, Richard 93, 120 Perzanowski, Thomas 80 Peters, Annabelle 142 Peterson, Doria 55, 62, 142 Phelps, Cynthia 142 Phile, Yvonne 69, 142 Phillips, Elwood 107 Phillips, Wanda 43, 69, 142 Pickett, Marieta 105 Pilcher, Janice 120 Pilcher, Linda 142 Pillow, Dwight 80, 154 Pistole, Cynthia 124, 130 Pluhar, Charles 46, 142 Poettcker, Darla 154 Pogue, Betty 105 Poikonen, Carl 50, 80, 82, 93, 120 Polk, Chloe 154 Poore, Cheryl 90 Post, Robert 130 Preisig, Patricia 62, 130 Pressel, Richard 142 Presser, John 142 Price, Judith 142 Printy, Gwen 54, 120 Proctor, Duane 142 Proctor, Sandra 154 Proffit, Robert 43, 46, 120 Putnam, Linda 134, 142 Pylate, Rita 30, 57, 69, 120 Q Quinn, John 57, 90, 130 181 Russell, James 69 Ragsdale, Elva 43, 105 Rairdon, Charles 84 Ramsey, George 105 Ramsey, Jr., George 34, 35, 69 Ramsey, Kathryn 142 Ratcliff, Roy 131 Ray, Kenneth 154 Raymond, Arnold 53, 59, 120 Razor, Carol 142 Reardon, Kathleen 49, 69, 75, 142 Reardon, Robert 98 Reay, Rarbara 154 Reddinger, Cheryl 142 Redwine, Sue 58, 64, 154 Reecer, Roy 154 Reed, Ginger 142 Reed, Rita 142 Rees, James 41, 105 Reese, Sandra 154 Reeves, Linda 154 Reinhardt, Barbara 41, 42, 120 Reinhardt, Bruce 33, 34, 35, 43, 120 Reinhardt, Richard 154 Reinhardt, Steve 154 Renz, Russell 105 Rich, Charles 56, 131 Rich, Ellen 143 Richardson, Michael 143 Richardson, Patricia 42, 56, 143 Rider, Larry 37, 143 Rigel, William 80, 154 Riggle, Judith 26, 42, 62, 65, 143 Riggs, Sheryl 154 Rigsby, Constance 143 Rilling, Donald 155 Risk, Gregory 143 Risk, Jeffrey 50, 90, 131 Ritter, Sharon 43, 56, 143 Roach, Chanwick, 59, 143 Robbs, Miriam 155 Roberts, Bemadine 155 Roberts, Pamela 58, 64, 143 Roberts, Paula 155 Robertson, John 46 Robertson, Melanie 155 Robertson, Michael 131 Robertson, Thomas 42, 105 Robinson, Judy 155 Robinson, Mark 155 Robinson, Michael 120 Robinson, Susan 155 Roca, Carmen 143 Rockhill, John 155 Rogers, Terry 143 Romano, Susan 131 Ross, Norman 46, 60, 131 Roys, John 105 Royster, Sandra 56, 67, 121 Ruby, Paulette 131 Ruedebusch, Joann 42, 131 Salisburg, Leon 121 Salisbury, Linda 26, 155 Saltzman, Paul 105 Samuels, Jack 64, 107 Sanders, Barbara 55, 58, 121 Sandstrom, Judith 131 Sauls, Charlotte 54, 78, 131 Sayers, Darlene 38, 39, 41, 57, 69, 121 Sayre, Wanda 155 Schultheis, Donald 131 Scott, James 48, 69, 131 Secrest, Donald 143 Seibel, Rebecca 143 Selent, David 48, 57, 89, 121 Sellers, Jacqueline 55, 131 Sempsrott, Wayne 155 Sergeant, Howard 155 Setzer, Arnold 46, 57, 107 Setzer, Gloria 155 Shangle, Ronald 80, 82, 131 Shankland, Dennis 69, 71, 143 Sharp, Richard 39, 50, 57, 80, 82, 88, 90, 91, 121 Shaw, Ricardo 69 Shearer, Douglas 155 Sheffield, Michael 64, 155 Shelburn, Marianne 155 Shellenbarger, Max 42, 48, 131 Shellenbarger, Rex 69, 155 Sherman, Jacqualyn 155 Sherry, David 53, 58, 67, 131 Shoot, Frederick 43, 105 Shoot, James 61, 65, 143 Shoot, William 65, 90, 143 Shotton, Rodney 155 Shoudel, Dianne 55, 57, 131 Shripka, Gary 67, 155 Shumate, Charles 57, 131 Simerly, Michael 155 Simmerman, Harry 63, 155 Simmons, Albert 121 Simmons, Janet 155 Singer, Janet 155 Sipka, Sue 43, 143 Sizemore, Michael 155 Skaggs, Karen 155 Slayton, Patricia 155 Sloan, Jerry 41, 43 Smallwood, Lynda 37, 62, 143 Smart, Sheila 25, 47, 54, 58, 78, 143 Smith, Bonita 90, 155 Smith, Carla 55, 90, 143 Smith, Daryl 43, 67, 134, 143 Smith, Diana 58, 143 Smith, Diann 131 Smith, Donald 61, 63, 155 Smith, Harold 121 Smith, Julia 156 Smith, Linda 156 Smith, Louis 156 Smith, Marla 25, 54, 57, 78, 85, 143 Smith, Paul 143 Smith, Sharon 156 Smith, Sharon M. 143 Smith, Sherril 143 Smith, Steven 156 Smith, Rae 42, 62 Smoot, Douglas 143 Snideman, Deborah 156 Snider, Eileen 57, 70, 131 Snyder, Daniel 50, 88 Snyder, James 60, 88, 144 Snyder, Richard 106 Snyder, Thomas 43, 121 Soetenga, Louise 62, 156 Spall, Louise 121 Spaulding, Spencer 39, 41, 48, 69, 121 Spikes, Jerry 156 Spradlin, Terry 69, 144 Sprague, Ralph 106 Sprouse, Jerry 156 Stahnke, Marla 121 Stanley, Charles 46, 132 Starkey, Barbara 31, 146, 156 Stear, Garry 156 Steinaker, Norman 106 Stelter, Diane 42, 54, 144 Stemple, William 144 Stephenson, Rebecca 41, 42, 55, 57, 63, 65, 67, 121 Stevens, Bruce 46, 132 Stevenson, Jerry 41, 106 Stewart, Diane 156 Stewart, Donna 156 Stewart, Gerelyn 64, 144 Stewart, Samuel 59, 79, 134, 144 Stinson, Joan 132 Stohler, Michael 144 Stombock, James 146 Stowe, Margaret 144 Strano, Frank 132 Strattman, Margaret 37, 56, 57, 59, 144 Strawn, Lucille 107 Strege, Merle 26, 48, 57, 144 Stremmel, Ronda 156 Strickland, Gloria 156 Strickler, Deborah 156 Strickling, Richard 144 Strong, Marie 106 Struthers, Carol 132 Suko, John 48, 69, 144 Sulgrove, Beverly 121 Sullivan, Sandra 122 Sutherland, John 132 Sutter, Jeanette 69 Swart, Fae 58, 132 Swartzlander, Thomas 58, 63, 67, 122 T Tanner, James 46, 89, 132 Tanner, Rebecca 156 182 Tate, Imogene 37, 69, 132 Taylor, Janet A. 132 Taylor, Janet 37, 55, 57, 122 Taylor, Michael 80 Taylor, Rena 144 Taylor, Richard 144 Taylor, William 57, 84, 144 Teeter, Asa 80, 156 Teeters, Karon 122 Teeters, Steven 66, 132 Tefft, Carolyn 156 Terray, Mary 64, 69, 144 Tharp, Trixie 69, 144 Thole, Terry 122 Thomas, Ann 132 Thomas, Charlotte 132 Thomas, Rufus 48, 144 Thompson, Mark 80, 82, 132 Thompson, Nancy 36, 62, 156 Thompson, Peggy 31, 64, 69, 144 Thornbery, Philip 67, 132 Thornbrough, Sharia 62, 156 Thornburg, Linda 144 Tierney, Terrell 84, 93, 132 Timberman, Leonard 156 Tingley, Rosalie 144 Tinsley, Alyce 156 Tjart, Arlene 57, 69, 144 Tjart, Peter 106 Tomlinson, Candace 63, 156 Tourjee, John 156 Towry, Donald 80, 88, 156 Trafelet, Karen 30, 38, 57, 122 Traister, Wesley 46, 88, 132 Tramel, Verna 67, 132 Trexler, Darrel 46, 144 Trexler, Marvin 144 Trick, Thomas 42, 43, 53, 144 Troutman, David 107 Troutman, Regina 144 Troutman, Zola 24, 27, 31, 32, 40, 55, 57, 132 True, Lou 122 Trumble, Rosie 132 Turner, Alan 156 Turner, Benny 145 Turner, Kenneth 42, 106 Turner, Merle 35, 156 Turner, Robert 41, 42 u Ulery, Harriett 133 Underhill, Ruth 157 Upshaw, Kenneth 41, 42 V Vannorman David 33, 57, 60, 65, 145 Vonalmen David 133 Van Norman, David 33, 57, 60, 65, 145 Von Almen, David 133 VonBargen Daniel 43, 46, 57, 63, 93, 122 VonBargen, Ronald 93, 157 w Wade, Richard 42, 57, 62, 65, 145 Waggy, Mary 42, 62, 133 Wallace, John 84, 87, 90 Wallace, John P. 60, 157 Wallace, Judi 157 Wallace, Linda 58 Wallace, Rita 157 Walter, Keith 69, 157 Walter, Kenneth 145 Walters, Christine 157 Walters, Lynn 157 Walton, Louise 58, 145 Wampler, Odene 122 Ward, Edward 122 Ward, Jeanette 145 Ward, Thomas 90 Warner, John 122 Warren, Charles 46, 58, 90, 133 Warren, Cheryl 63, 145 Waterbury, Phyllis 58, 157 Watkins, Linda 90, 157 Watt, Kaye 43, 145 Weaver, Nancy 145 Webb, William 41, 42, 46, 133 Webber, Gibb 106 Webster, Dale 157 Webster, Sharon 66, 133 Webster, William 41, 65, 133 Weitner, Cheryl 133 Weldon, Gareth 145 Weldon, Sharon 56, 67, 122 Wells, Roger 43, 46, 67, 145 West, Barbara 157 Wheatley, Renna 157 White, Doyle 133 White, Jimmie 133 White, Jon 46, 57, 67, 79, 133 White, Rosemary 41, 122 White, Royce 41, 123 White, Walter 53, 145 Whiteherse, Carole 63, 67, 133 Whitesel, Allen 145 Whitesel, Elaine 157 Whitesel, Pam 122 Wiens, Earl 157 Wiens, Leonald 157 Wiete, Shirley 123 Wilcox, Nancy 157 Wilder, Marsha 157 Wile, Howard 133 Wiley, Jack 66, 123 Wiley, John 123 Williams , Fred 80 Williams, Melvyn 48, 64, 123 Williams, Theodore 80, 81, 157 Williamson, Willie 80, 82 Willingham, Eugene 35, 42, 63, 123 Willis, Bonnie 157 Wills, Patricia 133 Wilson, Dale 123 Wilson, Nancy 123 Wilson, Tony 53, 42, 123 Wingo, Katherine 157 Winslow, Stephen 64, 145 Wise, Charles 157 Wittkamper, Tonda 145 Wolfe, Tony 43, 145 Wolfskill, Joy 56, 64, 69, 133 Wood, Boyce 93, 123 Wood, David 157 Wood, Gary 42, 53, 123 Wood, Michael 50, 80, 82, 145 Woodard, George 133 Worrel, John 145 Wright, Clifford 64, 69, 145 Wright, Glenda 145 Wright, James 42, 69, 123 Wright, Linda 157 Wright, Patricia 157 Wronek, Carol 145 Wunsch, Gertrude 106 Y Yanik, Rebecca 145 Yates, Gloria 157 Yates, Paul 157 Yelton, Daniel 43, 48, 69, 123 Yerden, Kay 70, 157 Yeske, Ellen 145 Yoder, Daryl 69, 70, 145 Young, Carl 157 Young, Peggy 58, 133 Young, Richard 80, 88, 106 Youngman, Robert 106 Yount, Carol 71, 133 z Zapf, Gloria 145 Zerbe, Jay 157 183 Few challenges demand as much time and ener¬ gy as does that of helping to put together a yearbook. The task of capturing the events, personalities and spirit of a college campus is a formidable one indeed. For this job, a staff was assembled that wanted to produce an accurate image of the year. A theme was selected, “The Many Worlds of Anl n or! rvom onfo Anderson College,” and the staff set about to J.J. Iq reflect the year in the light of this central focus by use of words, pictures, layout and format. Numerous steps were required in the composi¬ tion of the end product, from the selection of campus “worlds” to be covered to the final checking and rechecking. Without the co-opera¬ tion of the staff, the photographers, faculty, students and advisers, the 1967 Echoes could not have become a reality. Staff Editor-in-chief Copy Editor Photo Editor Layout Editor Features Editor Assistant Organizations Editor Assistant Sports Editor Assistant People Editor Assistant Art Editor Assistant Adviser Dave Lewis Imy Tate Scott Clear Pauletta Howard Margaret Strattman Lynda Smallwood Ron Carr Nancy Thompson Connie Otten Larry Rider Jan Taylor Fran Foronda John Newcomb Dave Liverett W. Shirell Fox 184 IMMH

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