Black Hawk College - Sauk Yearbook (Moline, IL)

 - Class of 1966

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' 1- ,, N N , N -.- ,,.,, AX 'N ' X NX..Na" 6 .1 N ' N 'JM- oN - WN 1 -:,zym3X.X. N.,N-N , , 5, X -'5',..N--. N N- .,. ,NN XX -N-. r iv! Q 'JNL , " -Q:NNL,X., ,, ,pw X . X, - N, N. Hu- . L 1 -N -- NN 'N ,Xg X 1 X, XXX XXV X , , '.N Ng?f"',N. X U ,Q N1 4-.- X X , XIXXXX X X N 5 Q.. A , .A km 'r yn ,X .,:f , 1.-, if K, -' -rf 1 f H 'A' r ,, ., "lv 'AW ,..1 ,ik ,WAI g 1 k H1 'f A A , ,ML ,,,,1 , 'f-. 1 , , ,VY N, 4, ,rr ,VV 1,1 ,-., b H wiv. , HH- iff! , . fin., Q '--,L a ,. fi 4, . ','. i BLACK HAWK COLLEGE 1966 SAUK Editor-in-chief L ...LL..L. Joan TO11ki11SOI1 Business Manager .AAA,... ,..Lyl1116 Brady Advertisillg lxI311Hgt'1'.,, .LL..LLLL Joe Sheahan anal Contents Activities and Organizations .......,..,... Academics Classes ...... Community 2 I I . -:,::, '2::E1i5:-5-f Q ' "' 1 1 -. A .A c ?-,- - 4- x if.: Q 4-XGE DISTRIC -..- Q Q , 131-L2 -I Q 3 , ,3 'H 3? I f MW-PSQ 9- , "5- ..,N Aa .-.vu A ..- ,N ,fi -. -., , Z , . - ' 1:55. 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Q, V ,.g:g'- . 1:5:5:75. ,,- I ' '1' -:3 ' 14 '2727 I' 1313: h N-':5:.3.--.1.3.,.g:53-V,.A 45: .:.- -I 1 -12:32:12: :I -""' x- ""E:'12, . rin . I Eaia:z:5:e: W:-fb ,.::e:1 V 1 g:E1EIE1:2:2:5:E:E::, Ap., if g-4:1 . . -:-:5:::::5-g-:.'- 4.5:-3-1--5.,., : 5.3.1,-+ '..g.:!:-:,f .- :gz- :-:.g:g:55::::g.g..,. -- .g-35553. g.. , Students Initiated At The line-up Downstairs at last! Checking records k Black Ha,wk's Registration f' rf "" vi-I gr -.mg "Proceed to the next station." Paperwork continues, even during vacation. 'E Students Adjust to College Life N9 272325 E S' Ln o License N05 mt Q S Tim Make ot Car A Violation N Melef No! Officer Locatio ' 5 i. Meter Violation S .50 D 2. Overtime Parkingfrlietered Zone ,S?..00 Q 3. Overtime Parkingfblon Metered ,SL00 Q A. Parking in Alley Si-00 Q 5. D0uble Parking Sl.00 U Paridno in Prohibited Zone gil .Ogg . improper Parking SLO 8. Overnight Paridng SL00 Q 9. Street Sweeper Violation lS5.00 Q i0. Other Violations . 53 Q The penaity tor meter violation is Si .00 atter 'ZA hours. Failure to setile this cose within AB hours wiii result in a warrant being issued tor your arrest and additional penalties will be assessed. Deposit this ticket with penalty enclosed in one of the Courtesy Boxes provided odiaeont to the Moline City Hall, l6th St. and 'ith Aye. it you wish to contest this summons or desire a rten receipt, you may appear at Coteteria d in the Moline City Hall. ll-l.lN0lS wrt Court locate OF Cl'l'Y X Students Study Anywhere And... s al Still Have Time , ? Q. ey, For Other Activities Black Hawk S ' 'Fa I EJ Q3 3 . '59 ' ,ir f"f!i,f,l -.x A, ,,. mv' .2 gy , r- Q' H4 if ..-...J i w 0 4 . , 1 1 , 1 3, , . . 'J Q Q: " I Plans New Campus .L . ' , 5. g ' 5 0 .,- ' f .W 1- 5 : mixes? -.. jf ,Z . . . , . f . - -1131 5 ss fe 9 y i Q . '- ' if A - .ff .,, x51:"Qf2 .gf yffz Ny ,?.f -L47 ,9, 'I tea- fr s..-- , q---3- - - -- ..- 553 Q 1: - ,. -g1, .- gy , , mf, ,. QQ ', qi, ff?1 Q3 'f,ujQJjy5 H134 .L s wagqw, .4 vi I A - 'kv W2 ..' C 5 , ,L - - "' P '2'Mn .gif Q ,ai tf ef' Q . 4 A 2 i 'WW ,Rf . .1 ,QA , 55 This is the proposed 20-year master plan for development of the Black Hawk College campus. The four buildings included in the 10-year planning which is now in progress are: lj the library-classroom-administration building, lower center, 25 fine arts building, lower right, 35 student center and gymnasium, upper center, and 45 science and technology building, just left of the administration building. The three other structures show where buildings could be added when future expansion becomes necessary. North is to the right in this picture. Costs of the new campus are set at ten million dollars and it is anticipated that State and Federal grants will pay for seventy-five percent of this figure. A little less than half of the approximately one-hundred and five acres of land was donated and the balance was pur- chased by the College. Ten acres of parking area will provide space for about twelve- hundred cars. lt is estimated that no two buildings will be more than seven minutes walking distance apart. Footbridges over a small creek across campus will add to the short time of traveling from building to building. . Hopes are that this new campus will be completed by the fall of 1968. Boundary disputes between Moline and East Moline were settled this spring which allowed final decisions on utilities to be made. The Black Hawk Board approved a twenty-year develop- ment plan. The projected enrollment for 1975 is between five thousand and six thousand students with full-time day student population set at three thousand. By 1985 the College expects an' enrollment of seven thousand to nine thousand with five thousand full-time day students. This continual growth has placed Black Hawk among the largest junior colleges in the state. This land located north of John Deere Road in the southeast bluff area of Moline promises to be an important cultural addi- tion to the Bock River Valley. CRGANIZATICNS AND ACTIVITIES IUM PRO 7'3 -.fi-151: --.-1-:-Z?" ' ' " -' '3:i:5I5I7I-FZ-I:ZS:3:7:5:5I5:7I527Z53:i:f:-.-:5!5l5l7'5" '55'5'7I:l:2:C:1: - 7'-':3'T:gff5'f" 2' :liiilfiiifzf:EZEIECEIE?EIE3E551E1:E:i:E:E!EIE2E15?fQ:7:i:E2?iE:-:-:5:7:I:1:Q:E:EI2IE152E12E5IE1:Qii! ' .' ' i V -"" A '1:E52a2zE5:2:2:a:2:agsg5525feEeE2:2:E:5:2:2:2EE5s?"-1-2:E:ii A , .121 252225222E25225552222553552225255355aE5Eei5E2iEEEiE?5.:.. -555: .:5. E?EiE2EE2i:2: ' .-is . SSP . :2F52zEz2a2ei5is ":15EiE2EE 5::5Ef5I"5'i ieaeeeeeaazraaeaei P ::::::::g..gIg' ' -:g1g2- - -:2:1:I:2:T:2:-:5- '- !: '-:-:-::. ' ," " A-' "1-2-1-ISLIQQIQJ'-'-.-. , 'I, ":1-2-5 . , .1 :l:E:Q:f:g1g2g2-2:2-' l:E:g ': ":5 55- ,za .,.gg: .-1:21-1-5z:i:EQgE:: ,351 2. -55: . 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Metcalf Speaker At Founder's Day Event The college faculty in their caps and gowns listen to Dr. Metcalf. The college faculty stand while the band plays the Black Hawk School Loyalty Song. The thinl Hllllllfll F0lllltlGl'iS Day C0llYOC'il1lOll was heltl XYed11esc1ay. Oc- tober 20, 1965, at l0:00 a.n1. in the college z111dito1-i11n1. Rieliarcl IC. Wlialen, piiesitlent of the college, i11t1'o1l11ee1l guest speaker, Dr. E. S. Metcalf. Sll1l0l'lll1CllClCHl1 of Rock lslanml C'0lllllj' schools. Dr. Metcalf 11l'0llg1l11'1 across tl11'ee 1117019101113 which yUU11,Q' people often do not see because of the Hperionl of confusion" which they are lll. The problems were the tfollowing: the trap in knowledge between the social Sciences 211111 the physical sciences, the world population explosion, and finally the questionable fact that we have a dOlll0Cl'ElC'j' 111 the 'United States. The college lllS11'lll'llCllJE3l ensemble and el1oi1' pCl'fO1'lllCtl for this occasion. NASA Gives Science Demonstration A representative from NASA spoke and gave a demonstration to Black Hawk College students. Students examine the models used in the Science Demonstration. Black Hawk College 3,94 LA NF ,f .. .ff cz ff ff x 5 Q Q M V, :gan ' Q W iiggfg,-,90"'w' : B L-.A-Q. .A t X Patient Black Hawk students wait for their fate on the tables. Students Give Blood ff' ,V . fj w 5' 1' X 4 Chuck Taylor and Diane Patsavos smile, as they prepare to give blood Over two hundred persons entered the processing' line at the Blaek Hawk Bleed-ln. A bloodinobile unit from Peoria handled the blood. Fifteen registered and licensed practical nurses and a doctor were on hand at all times. The elerieal work and assistance to the niedieal crew, as well as preparation for this event, were handled by about fifty Black Hawk stu- dents. The Black Hawk students wanted to aid the Department of Defense hy making this contribution as a positive gesture of support. 7 2' 3 cv is X z x . .ow Student Counc11 " i ...Axial - Q, w W Q ing X x 2 N E X HSM wx Officers for the Student Council are qsitting 1-rl: Michael Hall, Presidentg Alice Fultyn, Secretary-Treasurerg Steve Ferry, Vice-President. Other members of the council are Qstundingl: Donn Johnsonn, Pam Peterson, Deanna Rohrbach Cecelia Cornelis. Nancy Strutz, and Gordon Greer. Ilesicles checking on and aitenrliiig the activities of olhei- orgzuiizzitioiis. The S1 u- flen1 Vouncil sponsored niziny activities oi' its own. The Tluimlerlmiril excursion boat rifle in Scpieuilier has now her-oine the annual opening ilunce. A nuiuher of "Thank Gooilness ll 's Friday" dances were held ilu-ougrliout The year. Hi,-Ihlieflited dances were Htflolilen Autumn," The annual Snow Swirl at The Lef'laire Hotel, and "Love in lllooiuu at 'fhe Holiday Inn. The Council also sponsored 3 roller skating: party' and The purchase of a new coke machine. They were also in- strumental in helping with the Bleed-ln. K 9 Adopts Grphan Ono of thc niost, sigiiificant things thv Student Founcil did this past year was adopt an orphan Indian boy through tho Christian i,ihi1Li1'C11'S Fund. Randall Riggs is twclvo yi-ars old, is in the Gth grado. and lives in Jay, Oklahoma. The Council rec-Qivod a l'hristn1as card froin him and in it he says that he likos sports and helping his parents around tho house. Tho council in return sent hi111 a sweat- shirt and a basketball. The Founcil pays for his schooling and other necessities in place of his fatihvr who has never had any training for a perinanent job. 20 ef? Judy Johnson and Mike Hall dance in the center, during a circle dance on the boat trip. ,H gf Many types of dances were seen on the boat ride. Boat Cruise Linda Riordan and Jim Reistroffer attempt to "jerk" to the music of the band. 1 1 L nj0Yed BY All 1 5 JIHI' ' IIIUIH IIH ii!! Dllhlll llfiifff llilllll ulnlfg -un.. Snow Swirl Black Hawk College Snow Swirl Queen and her court, consist of, from left to rightg Helen Gremonprez, Barbara Fulscher, Linda Buller, Kathy Barnett, last year's queen Linda Cox, this year's queen Alice Fultyn, Margaret Kerschieter, Sue Henning, Marilyn Miller, and Karen Vendl. Gary Diedrick smiles down at his date, last year's Snow Swirl Queen, Linda Cox. Other queen candidates and escorts clap as Alice Fultyn is chosen Snow Swirl Queen. .42 3 I N I ?E! 1 fi i I L I 1 I I A. Success Linda Cox and Mike Hall "swing" into step at the Christmas dance. Queen Alice Fultyn and her date, Greg Pelo, dance. ...h www, ,ry . ,, 2:2,'- ,, 51 A v- -f 3 4 .ff 41 Mike Hall and his date, Cecilia Cornelis, "sit one out." Commerce Club ',, 90 -vrgfj K 'N 52 " 1 Q45 3' : ' l 85- I .2 X 4 Il if i , avail? """" :V if i P X me li . ' ' 6 " xii 'f it A-K Eh Members of the Commerce Club were qfront-backj 1st row: Mr. Strube, advisor, Judy Johnson, Noel Jackson, Gary Pheiffer. 2nd row: Steve Ferry, Candy Johnson, John Lightner, Sylvia Jesuit, Trevor Tunnicliff, Dennis Weir. 3rd row: Sandy Isaacson, Helen Gremonprez, Nancy Strutz, Cynthia Gindlesparger, Will Gustafson, Linda Cox, 4th row: Peggy Taylor, Susy Perrin, Jan Ehlers, Skip Merdian, Larry Watson, Cecelia Cornelis. 5th row: Ron Shumaker, Jan Ferry, Gary Hayteher, Jim Spranger. The Commerce Club sponsored a bake sale. two pickle sales, and a do-nut sale this past year. From the results of these sales, they toured different businesses in Chicago. A "Slave Day" was also held in order to help with the funds for the trip. "Slaves" were auc- tioned off to those who wanted something clone-esuch as a lit- erature or history assignment, the washing: of dishes. or other odd jobs. Club Officers: Qleft-rightj Helen Gremonprez, Vice-President, Gary Pheiffer Treasurerg Jan Ferry, Secretary, Steve Ferry, President. is l 3 7 ,fl Math Club and S.N.E.A. N n 1. - .xx .0 1-94: in-'Af Math Club. fl.-r.J lst row: Monique Covemaker, Helen Gremonprez, Cheryl Christianson. 2nd row: James McCaw, David Congdon, Joseph Davis, Frank Posateri. 3rd row: Thomas Vershavv, president, Larry Hall, Dan Peterson, Robert McAfee, and Thomas Deventer. This year the Math Club was changed slightly from At one time the Student National Education Asso- its previous system, making it at purely educational eiation sponsored the tutoring system at Black and non-social organization. At the bi-monthly meet- Hawk. Some of its members still participate in it. ings one member of the club gave a talk on an aspect They also sponsored a dance and invited a speaker of math which was of interest to him. Speakers from to come to Black Hawk. other schools were also welcomed. During the spring semester S.N.E.A. elected of- One of the main functions of the club was to en- fieers. Michael King, p1'CSiClG11t: Patti Bufe, vice- courage each member to excel in all of his math president, Rich Russman, treasurer, and Diana courses. Patsavos, secretary. ,H 25 fi A E its V ag, Q13 ., . .- me 'T 15 an M A , Q , fy be I fvgsff 1 .ga I ' ,ij LZ.. -me 11-3 -v- 'D 9 ff' 'W ,fa-its - h g ig N y Ffa? l I 'Y ll . ,,1 1 X 1 ii .44 l ,ul-5-"" S.N.E.A. fl.-r.J lst row: Gary Martin, Sandra Douglas, Michael King, MaryAnn Trent, Richard Russman. 2nd rovvg Diana Patsavos, Carole Peterson, Donna Pace, Frances Hurtado, John McCann, Dennis Morgan, Patty Bufe, Paula Lawrence, Sophie Cuchra, and Mr. Kilgus, advisor. Blology Club 'UMW W Members of the Biology Club are fl rl let rom Sumn Hennig Rita Shuits Bfxrbara Hamilton 2nd row Leslie Stange, lXlzi1'ga11'et Kerschietei Alice Fultyn Stew. Fendi Phillip Fleshei 31d ioxx Judv Anderson Phyllis Kennedy, Ed Schmitt. This yezii' The lllziclz Hawk Biology Phila olitiiineiel an orgfaiiizwl 1'llill'l0l'. illlll is thi- first Qroiip ol' collvgfn- Slusleiils To ln- z1i'l'iliz1lm'cl with lllfl XY1-isle ll1fllll'2ll llliimis .Xssm-izilioii of liiology rlll"ill'lll'l'S. 'llhv oi'l'ic-m'i's Quill iw-piwsfliiiziiiws ol' Thi- lilziclc lluwli l'ollvg'e zillfilizits- zilieiulwl ihv semi- ZlllllllilllIll'1'llll1l'SHlilllI' XY.l'.'l'..X.l3.'l'. :it hYCSll"l'll Illinois l'iiiwi'sil3' last lull ziiiil in May. ln 3l:11'vli, 21 loeal vliziiivi' was pi-4-wiileil To The af- iilizitcis hy ai l'L'lJI'f'SClll2lllVl' ul the wgziiiizgiiioii. This ymii' the ziffilizilek iiiaiin proj- ocfi has lic-vii to llvvolu iiiiiv and effort Tn The lllllPl'OYl'lllCl1Al of Nialmi Zoo. The worla ll1l4lCl'lillil'l'l ai The zoo was thi- im-o'iis1ruf-tion of the entrzxnci- to The lolunlq' Dori' Coal Mine, ai vlmiii up day To pi'epz1i'e thc gi-oiinils for The Spriiigg opening sifivi' whiwh in XVlf'llQl' roast was held. anal the coiiipositioii zmil r'o1iSi1'uC- Tioii of :signs To he flisplaycwl on The cages of The zmimals. 26 'V' KP 5 cn we gl 97 5 Q gig QE, c'ii'G L-+99 44a-I FP H5 E3 P-' H0 97 E+ ca .sc --:J 7 ""!-Tnf'1'o4-y. -Ove. xg ez r ' 7f Ui 'Zi 9 Q 'I 9 ef i il 5 ?' if r ...A 'V , Members of ACS are fl.-r.J lst row: Theresa Tschopp, Helen Jepson, Margaret Kerschieter, Nancy Fry. 2nd row: Robert Casillas, Barbara Hamilton. 3rd row: John Garner, Robert Janes, James Spranger, Paul Elder, and Phil Flesher. James Spranger was eleetetl president of the student affiliate this fall. Nziney Fry, sevi'e15zii-y- 'fl'C2lSUl'61'2 and Mai'g1ai'et Kei'- sehieter. pi'og'ra11i C'ilZll1'lil2J,ll. - Y ' " The group sponsored a tour to .- 'X the ,Xrgronne National Laborai- tories at Fliieago in Uetolu-it UI the seven eentera oi' The insiallzi- 0- tion. the Qroup visited four: Biologiezil and Medieal i-esezireli. Chemistr5' l'L'Slf'2l1'l,'il. Physics de- partnient. and The prolon aeeel- erator at the laboi'atm'y la Duiinfjf the spring sexnesn-12 the elub helped Net up exhibits for the Quiiit-Vity' Seienr-cf Fair. Trying out an experiment are fl.-rj: Nancy Fry, secretary-treasurerg Mar- garet Kerschieter, program chairman: and James Spranger, president. BHC's RA Joins Illinois' WRA W .......... .Ji 'Q' R In-11 f , as -ff'-wr-W-ff ... 1- .si is 4 I Q 1 sg-ww, , S-.49 0, f gsnask-i . X .. ' Q I 1 I Q ., A 1 9 , K ' Y . ..-........- Y N' , A-ii I .. ,....-.Q- ' .I Enjoying a game of volleyball are some of the WRA members. ' . ' ' 'T 1. x , ,7 3 J . X H 4 5,,4.m,.,,, gig f"'M'ir'1-no The W1111111-11's Rm-1111'-z1ti1111z1l Ass sm-i11tit111 has 1bl'l1t'llPtHl il physi- cal t'it111yss Ib1'0LI1'ilIIl with all its activities ee Hfl0l'11fN'l11 re0rez1- cr- tir111z1l gz1111t-s. a lmliv sale, 21 swim night, Ellltl 1-11-me-tl 1't-0111-11ti1'111z1l nights. "?v This 5'm1r they 1't'f'9lYt't,l their XVRA sw12z1tsl1i1'ts. The PI'0XVIllUL1' event was their trip to Nurtlic-1'11 lllinmis Uni- N'C'1'Nllf' i11 March for tl1O SCC- timml Spo1'ts1lz15' for Volleyball. They were Zlllli' To go This year as il result of their joi11i11g the Illinois XY11111011's RQQ1'eatio11al Atliletiv AssoQiatio11. Watching their members play are Q1-rj: Pat Race, Secretary-Treasurer: Sherry Boomershine, President: Judy Nacin, Vice-President. Debate Club 9 -3 Ev , XfV'1, , vu- Members of the Debate Club are, ffirst row, 1-rl: Kandra Driggs, Linda Johnson. qSeeond rowl: Larry Wat- son, Gary Martin, Peter Settle, Donn Johnson. qThird rowl: Mr. Henry Rainey, coach, Ron Jeskie, Clayton Carlson, Bruce Metzler, Mr. Robert White, asst. coach. The Debate Club traveled to the University of Chicago in December, Bradley University and Murray State in January, and twice to VVestern Illinois, first in November and again in February when they placed 3rd. Two of the members, Bruce Metzler and Peter Settle won the last eleven out of fourteen de- bates. Coach Rainey ffar left! and Mr. Robert White qfar right? discuss a topic with the outstanding members. fl-rlg Bruce Metzler, Kandra Driggs, and Peter Settle. 14, X' The Choir and Instrumenta, 0915391 ,gif l. if an tw 5515 Choir members, fleft-right, 1st rowl: Virginia Barrett, Judith Vensel, Elaine Sheperd, Ann Wilson, Sandy Isaacson, Nancy Olson, Dolores Gates, and Virginia Glaub. 2nd row: Adelia Lemkau, Anna Chrisman, Candy Johnson, Rose Atkins, Diane Thornton, Helen Gremonprez, Nancy Nichols, and Leslie Stange. 3rd row: Mr. George Donald Dyer, choral director, Michael McClimon, Gregory Martin, Connie Brandon, Steven Shipman, Robert Broadbent, Dennis VVeidenhamer, and Richard Elliott. 4th row: Thomas Rexdale, Steve Ferrell, Jeffrey Holmgren, Gordon Greer, Willa1'd Gustafson, Dennis Shipman, James Berry, and John Moore. Missing from picture are: David DeBates, Robert Samuelson, Cindy Macik, and Mr. Larry Smith, accompanist. Officers for Choir this year wereg Nancy Nichols, President: Gordon Greer, Vice-President: Helen Gremonprez, Secretary: and Diane Thornton, Librarian. First semester Debi Sipes was Librarian. 2 BO s.,,,v 9 '--J' qs The Choir and Instrumental Ensemble made their first appearance on Found- er's Day. The Instrumental Ensemble and the Madrigal singers presented a program for the Illinois Federation of XVomen's Clubs on October 28. The ensemble also played at Butterworth Center for the retired teachers. Members of the en- semble were in a pep band that played at the basketball games and performed in smaller groups for different occa- sions. The Madrigal singers, a brass ensemble, and the recorder group created the at- mosphere of the l5th Century for the Madrigal Dinner. In January. the lVinter Choral and Instrumental Concert was given. It en- compassed a variety of types and forms of music. On April 13 and 14 the choir and ensemble went on tour to Elgin Com- munity College and Judson College in Elgin. On April 29 and 30 two Music Concerts were given in connection with the Fine Arts Festival. One featured the choir and the other featured the instrumental ensemble. In June the choir and band combined for the Commencement exer- cises. The Music Department also acquired uniforms for the instrumental ensemble this year as Well as needed additional Madrigal costumes. Ensemble Entertain Varied Audiences 'W is Instrumental Ensemble qstandinglz Mr. Roger A. Perley, Director, and Richard Quigg. fSitting left-rightbt James Hancock, Mark Peterson, Roy Gustafson, Gary Nickerson, Michael Leaf, Virginia Barrett, David DeBates, Rita Shurts, Michael McClimon, Sandra Isaacson, Steven Shipman, Dennis Shipman, Yvonne Braman, Mary Hall, Thomas VanDeventer, Gregory Martin, Morgan Brunstrom, and Keith Hoston. Missing from picture: Michael Schruermann. Mr. Roger Perley directs Qstandirgl Diane Thornton, Thomas Rexdale 1sitting1MaryHall,Virginia Barrett,and Steve Shipman in Three Songs f W'll' Sh k b I St ' k. , , rom 1 lam a espeare y gor mvms y, Modeling the new uniforms are the Ensembles' officers fleft-rightjz Mary Hall, President: James Hancock, Vice-President, and Virginia Barrett, Secretary-Librarian. , Ss 7 V gg, , ' ' .1. ' A V V - . 1 - ,.. A .J- 'A' 412 , W v 'lu Q If i,,,,r A 'if 1 I 2 Q15 I, -,, ,.. .., 'ZZ V Art Club Newly Formed I I I Enjoying the atmosphere of the boiler room are: lst row, fl-rig Judy Johnson, Sandy Nicholson, Lillian Hurtado Sue Molinelli, Jackie Shearer. 2nd row: Sylvia Jesuit, Lyn Madsen, Peggy Taylor, Nancy Olson. 3rd row: Jim Clow, Bob Sanderson, Sue Perrin, Hugh Nahrgang. 4th row: Terry Morrison, Ron Shumaker, Duane Loete. 5th row: Dennis Carr. Club officers are I1-rl: Robert Sanderson, President: Peggy Taylor, Secretary- Treasurer, Robert Jackson, Vice-President. S..,,,l-' '92 This year Black Hawk College saw the formation of a new stu- dent organization, the Art Club. The club. made up of art majors and other interested students. held a numher of interesting meetings and as a highlite of its activities sponsored "The Bohe- mian l3all". The dance. a. highly successful social function, drew students from other quad-city area colleges and helped to ee- ment inter-college relations. Interest in the club is growing steadily and the increased- mem- bership holds the promise of even more support next year. I I I I I I I I I I ,I I I vI I I I I I I I ,I II I I II I I I II II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I little book I ,A f-' Don Johnson and Lynne Brady, Co-Editors of the little book, sit in the rain enjoying the fine works that it contains The little book is a journal of student creative writing. Published each spring, it contains some of the best writing done by Black Hawk students during the preeeding' year. Material in the little book varies from poetry to essays to literary eritieism to short stories.Contributions are usually submitted by the writers. However, instructors often suggest that certain work sub- mitted to them by students be sent on to the editors. New this year is a page of some of the unintentional and humorous slips which have shown up in freshman themes. Marguerite Chinn, 3rd page editor seems more interested in a newspaper article than in the male counterpart of the News- paper staff, ll-rlg David Wolken, editor-in- chief: Harry Chilcot, sports editorg Donald Johnson, 2nd page editor: and Joseph Kotl- eba, lst, page editor. Publication In Photographers fl.-r,l Richard Lawson and Newton Bull enjoy the company of Bar- bara Fulscher, member of the Yearbook staff. Rich and Newton qalso sports editor of the Saukl are of service to both the Chieftain and the Sauk. Missing from the picture is photographer Woody Perkins. 4-kixx Reporters for the Newspaper are fl-rl: William Ryberg, William Ridenour, Penny Catour, Stephen Shean, and Virginia Glaub. Dave Wolken qfar rightl is giving the as- signments for the day. 3 'Q?"0M, 3 L fggsamm f 'www' Phe Making Checking over one of the lay-outs is fl.-r.J: Joe Sheahan, advertising managerg Joan Tonkinson, editor-in-chiefg and Lynne Brady, business manager. C' ew, X 'fm ,g mf- 5 I ff 4 .QQ P I 2 4 xg, 31 ,SA gin 5 4-,W 5,5-,r.:....' 0'-"'Kf,.' Putting finishing touches on some of the pages are fl.-r.J: Janet DeSutter, indexg Peggy Phillips, academicsg Linda Riordan, indexg Linda Cox, typist and proofreader. ..,,--fww 4 4, f f if J g U 1 My ? gwi f 1 A R X ' f ' ,- 4 .H ff 1 4 Q66 Q if ff ' 4 rf , J , Y i 7 4 1' 1 g W I up 4 f W i , ,J ,A ft A, 228' X' f Q' ,W f' ' fwyiff' , W f, 6 he . , 5 Z Q ,ii :jk y X .g,. . 'ig Y iq f 3 L 12? N Working on their sections are fstanding 1.-r.J: Diane Thornton, organizationsg Linda Johnson, organizationsg Judy Johnson, ac- tivitiesg fsittingj Candy Johnson, activities. A 'n -v I 1 . :I 5' Vg A Z2 sf .E 1 J 1.2.3 3 .fk irf L I llffffi DT?" 5 Iver , . 'JM' , We f is if lei if if iqg zo, 1 F'ne Arts Club During the year the Fine Arts Club has spon- sorml sueh aetivities as the Marlrigal Dinner, a 15th 4'1-ntury style buffet dinner followed by niusie from that era and a play. Shown ihrougrhout the year have been films sueh as For-biiltlen Games, A Touch of Honey, :intl l.a lllulei- Vita. A lecture series was also piwseiitt-ml. Tliere were talks on Formosa, Siberia. :intl South Viet Nain. The largi-s1 :wtirity was the Fine Arts Festival. This vullsisiwl oi' l'o1iCL"l'TS by both Tl1O i'l10i1' antl lnsirunu-nial linsenible, three films, the final play oi' the year, an art exhibit. and a 1lCl,12liC. 'Q H ,V in '1 I X I Aa ' s Q U 'T :kwa ll- Q 1 ai -1-is Q V Y , K? M 111 W 3 S vu iv ,, , I G , W s M1 , . ,-gs' x 4.95, W3 ,Q-,it P A i H' i wg. ,Q K .wwe ,sk V - 4 ' Jiri? wk, J. f"':'f E WW F'-157,-. 'Q xv! gs 1' - '. 2 " 'KN M ,YH ,, 1- ,Ji x 1,5 , f nd .gk."kg ' I . in A W p ,. , , .ali ku -'A It K -5.4.5 X ,V 4" 'Q' V., ix K . if . . is -- A t bfi- - LM..-. ., ' Qt. K' V Mu 2: , fs ,' ,.,' Y f g 4 x Pi Q 5 ng, V . if . . 'nfl '. ,", WJ gn , XF. ,Q-A " F '. . X.. My ' '. 119. Q. a" , t ,pac , Lp-Q 4 'S " M " ' ,- Y '- ,I I- , A sq' QLY M.'fi4-1 -.ri "' 4 . , A' V A 1 ' F - f an .Q A 1 W A-.fa B .. V x .I Q' I 'M isa" .if . is Q WFWIEAW ' V ' 'Sf' nfs.. Ls A , . wa The Fine Arts officers take a dim view of the world. 11.-rj: Judy Vensel, secretary: Janet DeKeyre1, vice-president of the Art ilivisiong Bill Ridenour, president: Jennifer Tippel, vice-president of Musicg Barb Fulscher, vice-president of Speech and Drama. Fine Arts Films ,4'.fJiiWs79" I Preparing to show one of the many movies sponsored by the Fine Arts Club Fine Arts Club Holds This j'Q2ll',S 1la4lrigal Dinner was held on Deccmhei' ll, at the Holiday Inn, Moline. The prograin. presented in thc old English fashion. displayed some ot Black Hawks outstanding talent. John Mendoza grave the audience a clem- onstration of thc mysteries of magic. He was I'ollowc1l hy lht- Black Hawk t'hoi'us with the top ten 1'hris1n1as carols. The Mamlrigral recorder players and the brass L'llS0l'lllJl0 were also on hantl with soine nhl i'avoi'itc instruinenials. The Black Hawk plzlycrs piwsclitccl A f'lzrz'.wtn1f1S f'nrn7. an original satire hy Mike Magrgid. 125 people attended the event. The Madrigal Singers are, first row: David DeBates, Nancy Nichols, Jill Sarver, Thomas Rexdale, Elaine Shepherd, Diane Thornton. Second row: Steve Shipman, Gordon Greer, Helen Gremonprez, James Berry, Robert Samuelson, John Moore and Leslie Stange. The Brass Ensemble includes, in front Michael McC1imon, Michael Leaf. Back row Eugene Adams, Mark Peterson, Roy Gus- tafson, and James Hancock. lde English Dinner 2778 I. -Wg' Joe Kotleba, Ted DeMeulenaere, and Barbara Fulscher look on, as Bill Ridenour brings out a Rolling Stone record. W present a glimpse of the satirical play given, entitled A Christmas Carol. Don Johnson, Steve Shean and Bill Ridenour 0 Television SQPISS Newton Bull looks on while he is being photographed by a WOC-TV pho- tographer. This X1"ill'. I-31214-lc Hawk stu- 11m-ms vohllm-1-1'0cl 111 lu-lp write and prvsm-111 Your hul1'-hom' shows on NYU4' TV. TIN' basic' idea, of Those shows was To Ilan- Ozwh show 1-ousist of 1hl'l'l' areas: film, 1hv grnphir' aries mul solm' studio IH'1H'llll'Ti1lll. The i'i1'sT pro- gram. "'I'h1- Vollegw- If'r4-shmaulz His 1J1'0Ill4"IlIN and SUlllTiO1lS,M was shown NtlYt'NllIUI' QT. The swoml Ibl'HQl'2lHl. zu p1'og11'z1n1 on nlugiv. was shown ,lilllllfllf 30. 'Phu third IH'0Q'I'iNTl being on IIICNTHI health, wus Q'iYl"l1 March ti, Thu' final D1'OQl'2lll'l on why Blur-If llzrwk H1'f'1lS2l new mmpus was givwlm in April. John Mendoza performs a trick of magic ls Created 'wp , ,f -I g Q x fa 3 :Y it Q 5?Y'w , fm. , l Q I . ,V ,, V ., N, A MXN I xm Pete Settle, "the man on the street," asks questions on mental health i Stage Beckons Blac The cast of "The Late Christopher Bean" is seated around the table in their livingroom scene. This year ls drama department gave a large number of students a chance to make use of their histrionic abilities both on the part of the stage crew and technicians as well as the actors. The Lute Christopher Bean, a play which described the after-death success of an artist, the mercenary World of dishonest art dealers, and how these af- fected a quiet family in New England was presented in October. The second production, in March, pro- duced a lighter, more ludicrous look at life. Three Men on a Horse was a farce about a greeting card verse writer who played the horses on paper only-as a hobby-and surprisingly always picked winners. The laughs started when he fell into the hands of three professional horse players. The last play. presented May 12, 13, 14 was part of the Fine Arts Festival in the John Deere Auditorium. Tom Dvorak looks to Kathy Tonn as he proposes to her. 42 Hawk Thespians ,,,,,,.-4" ,M in W,-. Q. 'WIIHQVP ,, ,, Q. ., Eh... At the bar, Ted DeMeu1enaere, Mike Heuns, and Tom Dvorak, look at Mike Erickson and Jan DeKeyre1, who are sitting at the table. W I A ,IW Instructors Ralph Drexler and Robert Fletcher assist Shelton Baxter with his part in the play, "Three Men on a Horse." amatic Emotional Impact The Modern dance version of the poem, "Four Sides to a House," is performed by Sheila Miller and Debra as Judy Johnson reads it. The Fine .Xrts lflvstivzll was :1 Sl1Cf'l'SS story This year. The l"vs1ix':1l wus hvlil April ffl lo Many 15, all 11111 -luhh l,l'i'l'U Ad- , . . 1 . . . iniilislmiimn lviilw. ixllllillil' ihm- 2lK'TlYlll1'S lil'4'St'llli'4l wow 21 1'llUl'2ll :mil ii1s1r111m-111:11 4-mini-wi, ai llzxi-ilrivli l'o11m-r1, am arf Nlbtlillivl' zmil his ill'lIlHllNll'illlHl1S, il pzuwl on 'l'ilms, :is wr-ll us swim- Films giwiu. zmil an ilvlmtm- f'Vl'lll, 'l'hc- oral recnrli-i's 1lI'C'IPil1'0Ll illl llllusuznl ln'ug'l':l111. ,X l'1'Jl4llllQ' was grin-in l'rmi1 D1r1'7.'i1f'ss 1115 Yann. 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The Phi Theta Kappa, a national jun- ior college honor society, is represented at Black Hawk by the Eta Kappa Chapter. lt is used as a means to give recognition to those students who dem- onstrate the ability to adapt to the demands of college life and excel in seholastie achievement. A student must be full-time, be of good moral char- acter, have a grade average of not less than a "B," and at the time of election be within the upper ten per- cent of the student body to be qualified for membership. The purposes of Mu 'Alpha Theta are to engender a keener interest in mathe- matics. to develop sound scholarship in the subject. and to promote the enjoy- ment of mathematics. Those eligible for membership must have an overall average of WB," be currently enrolled in a math course, be a math club member, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. Mu Alpha Theta members fl.-r.J seated: David Congdon, Cheryl Christian son. Standing: Thomas Vershaw, and Dan Peterson. Student Life Shots "" fv.4-w-m,.v- Q-4-. ...,-.,'- .Uv N...4,-,,,-nn.-ne.-,Q-me -.uw-'gy 1 1 Wi ,,, ' fl-JQWV :Q ,, 7'-f'kfLs2w ' ,J ,P , f!1",5mix5'2:,- ' a4:,'fsZ', f fwfwimff, mvfefzwrg- , X1 Qxykw , ,fffnf ,,hf m "JM: a affzfyi-1 . -q ,Aff , fl, J f. wilsff-Aff ' 7 J:-X 1'7,lf-IM I -gn..--.. I A3 I 7 if Y I I 4 I l VE ? 6 5 5 if W Q 2 Q 'Q . 2 7 2' f? x Q X I v 1 Q 5. ,M 0 V .V ,, f f 5 ,ff- 'f -4 Y + ' i .' am -. .AWA i' if .KM 2 ' . I ' W 3? , .,,. 1.41, ,f 7l,f.9Lu,f ff WV A ffff ' f ff Cross Country Team Seventh in National Meet L. to R., Front Row: Dennis Morgan, Bob Johnson, Bernie Rangel, Vincent Prieto. Back Row: Henry Timbrook, Gary Kinkade, Jack Standlund, Don Blaser, Cross country team warms up before the national meet. , Team waits for the results in the Jackson, Michigan meet. T110 13121011 Hawk f'1'oss-f'o111111'3' 1011111 11111- 18110411 seventh 111 t110 Nz1t1o11111 f'1'oss-t'o1111t1'y f'11a111p1o11s111p 111001 at 1-11121 S11z11-11 Park 111 Jackson, 311C111Q311. 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A 115 is 'Soc bv v 4 of in U' 'L 135.1 Qui Mike Hall takes a spill during the Joliet basketball game at Wha1'ton Field House. Blznvli Hawk 1'ollt-Q0 T8 G1 119 N, 5 Hy fel 1 65 60 59 S0 HS T2 Bloom LaSalle Mo11'ro11 3IllS0llllllC T11 0l'lll0l1 XY1lson Freeport Canton Joliet Clllllfbll Freeport Morrie Chambers shoots the ball while Mike Hall players watch. Jerry Oberhardt shoots from far out to score for Black Hawk College. Opponent lilac-lc Hawk Vollege Opponent 64 T6 Crane G6 3IllHCZltlllG 67 Elgin TT Lyons 73 Clinton ll 6 A llllllldSO1l 88 lV1'ighT S5 Regioiial 93 Springfield 73 Danville TS Vanton and two Joliet Y' V7 Larry Barber makes two more points Whlch helped to contribute to Black Hawk's win. x .gm us-V Morrie goes up for a shot and is fouled by a Joliet player. 0 0 Braves f1n1sh - Jerry shoots high for Black Hawk and scores. 1' 5 Terry Payne shoots for two. 4, , .4 . 4- . n A u , bg, v ' S XA! if-'R WK ....---""' ,- W If of-Q. How's it going coach? Gordie goes high for a rebound. Terry looks tired after a tough game 'Un-w L. to R., Top row: Pat Liedtke, Teala Riddle, Colleen Murphy, and Kathy Best. Bottom row: Candy Johnson, Pam Liedtke, Pam Peterson and Chris Egger. Tom tees off. The H1211-I4 Ilmvk gulf 'foam lmstcd The f"UHff'1'Q1lCt' inncwr an Short Hills Golf 4'uu1'sv. phwillg fifth in thv luwcf. Tho QOH Tc-mn was If-11 by Svzxsmm medalist Rivh f'OUI1'fl'f'lI12lll. Why-1' ll1l'Illlbl"l'S of Tho TQZIIII XYI'I'l'f 'Ibm ILw111f lswo1'tl1. Furl -XI1d0l'SU11, Kvm Hs-1'lw1't. Dim .Limos and Dick NC'fVQl1S. Rick lines it up. Tom on fairway. Golfers Close 8-8 .g--1 i 1 r 1-Q4 "' ' ,Q-, '+i':'!""'rf"2.',-'u,:,grw. ' Tom sinks it. -M, Quik? ff .s ,-.,,4'91k?" .x ' ,Xu-fx f , r.:v4,i,,..1f5'. , Y f-Ck .' 'g-K , ell-A , ff' QL' V-:ES .. 4 I.:-. 'f"m,.,.. ' x 1 - ,-nuns---"""" 'N Bernie Rangel, his opponent, and even the referee get down on the mat. The Black Hawk VVrestling squad closed its season February 25. The wrestlers defeated two four-year schools and finished second in the Monmouth Invita- tional on January 15. The final tabnlations were: Augustana 10-1 points. Black Hawk 60 points, Carthage 56 points. and Monmouth 53 points. The highlight of the tournament for Black Hawk occurred when Bernie Rangel decisioncd John Lambert. Lambert was the C.C'.l. conference champion and second in the N.C.A.A. National Meet in 1965. Bill Gipson also got a first place in his weight division. Tired after a workout, Vince Prieto takes a rest. Two evenly matched wrestlers struggle for an advantage. . li 'XY fg-",' ' C . ' gs , Jfiui .X iw Braves Swing Into Spring Practice This yuzxi-'s liziselmll teuni will play Tlieii' longfliesi selieclule Since the seliool ! S'l2ll'lI'1l. Vow-li Kivnlm- lwliews llizil, Hllliicflc Ilziwlis liziseliall ieain will lie one ul iln- 1-oiiti-iiili-iw lm' ilu- llegioii ll' iouriiziineni held at Lincoln, lllinois, in Huy." lil,'llll'lllllQ lettwiuieii are: Don liuiitz. Gordon Greer. Bob Gustafson. Ron ll W ei Stzililein. 1ni4llxon'lzili QL.-RJ: Terry Schaff, Bob Gustafson, Rod Jennings, Gordon Greer, Bill McNeal. Row Two: Ted Taber, Ron Stab- lein, Al Trego, and Gary Messmer. Coach Kienle ad- vises Don Lanz and Terry Shaff during ' I Don Lanz and Gordon Greer loosen up on a warm day at Browning Field. practice at Brown- ing Field. Henry Timbrook passes off to Bob Johnson at meet with Univ. of Chicago. Bob comes in all by himself after win- ning two-mile run. Bob was an outstand- ing runner last year as Well as this year. Bob Bray clears high Jump at meet in Chicago BHC Runs Away With State Title This years track team includes many of the same members that won the state champion- ship last year. Returning lettermen are: Terry Payne. Jerry Oberhardt, Larry Barber. Bob James, Bob Johnson, Don Blaser, Gary Kinkade. Henry Timbrook, Milt Beale, and Jerry Paul. New members this year include: John Mc- Millan, Dennis Ellett, Jerry Brodine. 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' i Thank You, Mr. PP9S1d9Ht An Open Letter to President XVhalen: lVe, the students of Black Hawk College, Wish to thank you for the many things you have done for our College since be- coming its first President six years ago. Our enrollment has increased considerably, we have been classified as a Class I junior college, we have expanded the college district, and We are now recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing junior colleges in the State of Illinois. Most important of all, our dreams for a new campus are becoming realized. Your tireless efforts toward this goa.l Will never be forgotten. Men of integrity and honesty are rare. XVe have had such a man as our President. For this and for all you have done for us, we speak not only for ourselves but for those who have passed through these halls in years before when We say, "Thank You, Mr. Presidentf' Black Hawk College Student Body Board of Educat1on Plays Vital Role in Black Hawk's Development 1 1 11-rs are the key 11 111 1111111 Hawk l'11HOgI0. 1 1111111 lx 1011115118111 111 s1x111 1111111111111's 111111 111 1 111l1111x T111 H11 111111 1- 111 2lf'1'llI'1lil1lC0 N N1 111 11111 1111- 1-1h111z1'1i1'111z1l 1 N 1x I 1111 1111111111 Its 1119531-st 111 111 Tl11x pm X1 II xx IN fht Ilf'll'I1Ill12l'flllQ' of 11l111s 1111 1111 111111 1 N 111111111x11l 11011 11z1111pus. 1 1 1111s111111t was HIIOTIIQI' Eugene Case f1M'?'fB. ,nn Neal Smith Henry Lardner Russell Nilsen Pausing for a picture during a board meeting are fcounter clockwise from left! : Eugene Case, Jeanne Kerns Henry Lardner, Neal Smith, Seymour Golden, Rey Brune, and Russell Nilsen. JW?" L. Everett Belote Belote Accepts State Positiong Jensen Arrives In December 111-1111 131-11111- 1-111111- 11,1 311111110 f'1111111'11111113' f"1'11111g1- 111 1960 11s 1111'1'f'1V111i 111. Y111-111i1111111, '1'1-1-111111-111, 111111 A111111 1111111011- 111111. 1'111111 1.1J1'lII2l111b1l 1111 131111-11 11111111 1'11111-g'1- 1w11 yO111's 11111-1', 111- was 1lil1Il1111 111-1111 1113 1111- 1'1Y1111111g' 111J111'Q,'f'. 511100 11111-1 111- S1'1'Yl'f1 11s ,Xf'11111'1111f' 111'2l11. 17111 1111-1-0111111-1' 1 111- 1711'0I1l'l1L' ,XSS1Pl'1i11L' S1'C'1'C1i11'j' 111 1111- 111i11ois ,11111i01' C01- 11120 1-31111111. 11111 '11-11s1-11 was 1111111111111-11 111'-1111 111' 1111- 1311-11111g f'0110Q1- 111111 11i1'1-1-1111- 111' .X111111ssi1111s 111 111'1A'1'1Il1J01'. F1'1,l1l1 11161- 111152 111- s1-1'x'1-11 11s S1'1l1l11' N111111 .X11x'is111' 111 11111 V11-11111- 1111-s1- NIIYII1 ,xfA11111'111vY. 111- was 1111 i11s11'111-101' 111 1110 I'11111-11 S12111'S N11v111 A011111-1113' 211111 S1-1'1'1-11 six years S021 111111: Robert W. Jensen Wulf K -,, Marvin W. Schiess Vice President in Charge of Busi- ness Affairs X Q. Roscoe D. Kelley Academic Dean and Director of In- stitutional Research Rudolph B. Stahlheber Counselor 4 fi-it ' Q-LQ! 2' B 'Wi 'Q 4 if f w A '. ' 1 ""k' ' '4'A .Q.1, 3.:'i 2351? Q E3 4 v W., W M W lx- S-7 Charles J. Carlsen Director of Student Personnel Services .n 'VK' 'Mr In Max F. Wingett Counselor 7 Division of Fine and Applied Arts Artists "Deck the Halls" One of the highlights of the year in the Art Department was the holding of the Fine Arts Festival at the Deere and Company Administrative Center early in May. The use of these impressive facilities greatly enhanced the offerings of the departments involved. Art ex- hibits were seen at considerable advan- tage. The Art Department staff is coin- posed of two full-time and four part- time instructors, each of whom partici- pated in various regional exhibits dur- ing the past year. The department has begun a collection of contemporary prints which will be available for use by students, faculty, and towns-people. Other significant advances include ex- pansion of library reference materials in art and a considerable addition to the department slide library. Gary L. Fox Department Head, Art Assistant Professor B S., Illinois State University M.S., Illinois State University Mary Ellen Ponsford Instructor, Art B.F.A., Illinois Wesleyan University M.F.A., University of Minnesota , I w s. . f D-.. P. N. . ft-f, .xx mm.- y .L 'iff 2 5?ws,,,.,u ff'Y ty Z, -5 Z Q12- Richard C. Keeley Chairman, Division of Fine and Applied Arts Associate Professor BS., Western Illinois University M.S., Western Illinois University ' i-1, , ,ua ss., 'As 'I ' Garnet Elizabeth Barber Coordinator, Foreign Language Assistant Professor ELA., State University of Iowa M.A., State University of Iowa Department Head, English, Journalism and English, Language Provide The liliiglish. Jouriialisiii, and Foreign Lan- guage Depzirtnieiit enables the student to become more mziture in his use ot' his own laiigfuzige and to he zihle to eoiiiiiiuiiieate fluently in the language of Activities in which the llepartinent was involved were the Sauk. the yearbook suiiiinary of the YCHIJS events: the t'hiei'tz1in, a lii-weekly newspaper which is ii trainiiigr ground for future journalistsg the "little hook." which allows the creative students to have their poetry and prose published: the Book Fair. which places ai variety of hooks at the disposal of the students for each purchaseg and the Fine Arts t'luh. which sponsors many activities of its own. Richard Mitchell Blumenberg Assistant Department Head, English Assistant Professor B.A., State University of Iowa M.F.A., State University of Iowa Helen S. Borden John F, Cox ASSiS1laH'E PI'OfeSSOF. Instructor, English English and Social Science B,A,, A1'iZ0na State B.S., Northwestern University M,A,, Arizona State M.S., University of Illinois Journalism, and Foreign Department Cultural Influences L James A. Koch Director of Public Information Assistant Professor, Journalism B.A., State University of Iowa M.A., State University of Iowa fs'- if I. Marie Loucks Instructor, English, B.S.Ed., Southern Illinois University M.A., Southern Illinois University Frances J. Langenfeld Instructor, Foreign Language E-.A., St. Ambrose College M.A., State University of Iowa Douglas R. Stevens Mary A. Stevens Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Writing Assistant Professor, English Improvement B.A., Augustana College English M.A., University of Illinois B.A., State College of Iowa M.A., State College of Iowa J' Q gggg Warren E. Wheelock Instructor, English Robert M, Van Raes B.A., Purdue University Instructor, English M.A., Purdue University BA., St. Ambrose College M.A., Kent State University Verity Ann Whitley Instructor, English B.S., University of Illinois M.S., University of Illinois Roger A. Perley Acting Department Head, Music Instructor B.S., Northern Illinois University M.S., Northern Illinois University C.A.S., Northern Illinois University usic Department Hits Hlgh ote Students who Weie interested in music as a career found greatly im- proved curricula in the Music Depart- ment. Four new soundproof rehearsal rooms helped students perfect their individual talents. The department was divided three Ways: Applied Music, Music Education with instru- mental emphasis, and Music Educa- tion with vocal emphasis. New courses were added to acquaint the majors in one field with instruments ,of other fields. Mr. Roger Perley took on the load of the Music Department as acting Department. Head while Assistant Professor Donald Moe was on leave of absence for advanced graduate study. The instrumental ensemble and thc choir held a XVinter Concert in Janu- ary, a spring concert in May, and traveled to Elgin and to Joliet on a spring tour. 1 Lillian P. Aitchison Department I-lead, Speech f Associate Professor B.A., Illinois Wesleyan University M.A., Bradley University Ralph D. Drexler Instructor and Drama Director, Speech B.S,, Wisconsin State University M.S., Illinois State University Speech and Drama: Keys to Communication The v11n'1'i1-11111111 ol' ilu' Spwwln IM-1m1'1ms'111 has lm-11 dvsigliic-il lo ln-lp Illm' llnliviflllzil silulvlli lrcvuills- lllUl'4' l'i.l'i'1'llYl' llligillisllvalljl psyvllologle-nHy. wwnlly. :xml plnysu-zilly in t'1.lIIIIlllllllf'2llllljl' with """'- '-v-nw., 1 , . . . , . . oiln-rs. 4 lenssimmiu an-iuvlilvs mr-luflwl 1lnv uw oi WIISVNSNIUII T21 lLi4'Hl4llllL1S lux noi:--l 1'1-znlws :mil zu-tors. ami N1M'l1l-1ll'2lIIl2i lll lrzislc' sperm-li :mil flnswilsslon classes. :mul ilivziirv ill.l.1'I'lliQ'N lm' ilu- yi-nr voinsisiwl ol' lim-v lIlil'lUI' pro- fluvlimns. 'l'lrm- S1Jl'l'1'll lll'lHlI'lIIll'lll ilsslllllwl the rm-spoiisilmiliix' ol' vision. Ural I111v1'p1'vT:ni1o11 ilL'llYllll'S ll1C'lll4l1'11 iournzniiivnt 211141 lPl'4nQ'I'2Illl psiriivipzltioil, l'1XlJ1'l'lllll'lll2llllbll in Vllillllllll' Tllt'2lT1'L' and ilu Kllllllllllflllllll oi mitix liwllillllr ami IIHHIUIII ilainvv mis wlonv. I . P- Robert R. Fletcher Instructor, Speech B.S., LaCrosse State College M.S., University of Wisconsin Henry M. Ramey Assistant Professor and Debate Di- rector, Speech B.S., Murray State College M,A,, Murray State College Robert White Instructor, Speech BA., State College of Iowa M.A,, Colorado State College ...uf 12-Er ,- ff 1 .gait ' - ,ge ge - ' Q '5'Z'f1X , ' 3 :izvig "Ag xi' 'K ' ke, 1 ., rj - at J ' -jf . rr f '. .f 3 A vig? 4 'F wi ,. r" 7. '4 1 ,ff I . ,fu 1 1 , if - dl, m Courtney Waddell Chairman. Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Professor, B.A., Indiana University M.A., Indiana University Ph.D., Indiana University .y .JI if ' .v I . 4 1 X Mtn, I I ,U -.ef,,c2r. it ' :..1-f?,?if'f' ' -1 ' i 5- f , "Q . ,- I if L if ' r 5' 1? I g f' ' ,,,,, 'v' Q - , " : ' Z " ' ,, ,, vw. is 4 ,," , 41 , . ff 5 ,gf N ' - 1 4' ,, my f '- f . 1 . -ij'-afi 1 , . Donald L, Anderson Department Head, Physical Science Assistant Professor VVestern Illinois University MS., VV-estern Illinois University John T. Frey Assistant Professor, Social Science BS., Marquette University Ph.D., Iowa State University Physical Science Test tuhes topple and spill secrets of nature to science students at Black Hawk Vellege. The involvement ot the student in the development of the Physical Science llepartnient has heen in step with the overall growth of Black llawk t'olle,f1e. ln addition to the fundamental eeurses in this departnient, a one semes- ter ceurse has heen designed for the liheral arts student which provides an introduction to the hasic principles of chemistry or physics. There is also a elieinistry course designed for student nurses who take part of their academic work at the Vellege. To turther aid the students the facili- ties of the lah have heen hroiiglit up to date tlireiigfli the purchase ot' new equip- ment. New Department Cffers Courses Vincent C. O'Leary Assistant Professor, Chemistry B.S., Kansas State Teachers College B.S., University of Illinois M.S., University of Kansas Harold D. Willard Assistant Professor, Chemistry B.S.Ed., Western Illinois University M.S.Ed., Western Illinois University , . Ai M Lawrence G. Ladvvig Instructor, Chemistry B.S., State University of Iowa M.S., Oregon State University if , Frank E. Smith Acting Department Head, Instructor, Mathematics B.S.Ed., Nebraska State Teachers College M.S., University of Notre Dame Elyse L. Calvert Instructor, Mathematics B.A., Augustana College M.S.Ed., Western Illinois University Math Department Has Six-Day The Mathematics Department has the W e e k unique flistinetion ol' being the only de- partment which has a class offering a Saturday Lalm session to the stuflent. f'ompu1er Pl'0Q'l'illllllllll,fl' class rented a large eleetronie digital computer. the IBM 1401 and met on Saturdays to actually run the s1uilent's personally written programs on the computer. Be- cause there was act-ess to only one eom- puter. the size of the class was limited. Also. sinee "modern math" has been started in the elementary sehool systems. a math eourse teaehing the new math is offered at I-Black Hawk. lt is especially ilesignetl to meet the needs to elementary school teachers. Tate F. Lindahl Instructor, Mathematics BS., Kansas State University M.S., Kansas State University Xay Mary M. Lutte Instructor, Mathematics B.S.Ed., Central Missouri State College M.S.Ed., Central Missouri State College il Engineering Provides Key te Industr1a,1 Advancement The Engineering Department offers starting courses which provide essential knowledge for the student seeking ein- ployment, and basic knowledge for the engineering major. As well as eighteen two-hour lecture and laboratory periods within the school, the Engineering De- partment holds many classes outside Black Hawk College. Other classes are held at Moline High School and United Township High School where electronics equipment and other lab facilities are available. Nine field trips were taken to industrial centers around the Quad Cities for the purpose of studying the complex engineering equipment at such places as Deere and Company, Interna- tional Harvester, and Rock Island Ar- senal. Erwin R. Johnson Instructor, Engineering B.A.E., University of Minnesota M.S.A.E., Iowa State University Ronald F Moon Instructor Engineering B S Bradley University M S Bradley University Maurice A. Strobbe Department Head, Biological Science Associate Professor B.S., 'Western Illinois University M.S., Western Illinois University Biology Department Adds Equipment Otto W. Schweinberger Associate Professor, Biology B.S., Western Illinois University M.S., VVestern Illinois University The Biology Department added new equipment this year to aid in the teach- ing of the various biology courses and those in related fields. Several major items were among the new equipment received. Among these were a plastic laminator, a hydrovoid glove box. an analytic halanee. a liabomatic Ph meter. 'L Kathryn L. Smith Instructor, Biology BS., University of Minnesota M.S.. University of Minnesota Martha A. Strawn Instructor, Biology B.S., Southern Illinois University M.S., Southern Illinois University a stereo microscope. and several stand- ard microscopes. an incubator. refrig- erators. and table models of a DNA molecule. a leaf. the brain, and a flower. This equipment has been of great help in the teaching of the biology. anatomy. microbiology, hotany and Zoology courses. Voneepts difficult to grasp are made more vivid by seeing models or using the proper equipment to practice a process. AI 0.21 L! ,tr F x F M--i......-.-......,.,,,,,,,,, ,Y--Q N P . 5 5 Z' ai - 5 x ' .5 ,, T - 5' S 9 5 6 G E i. . 9 g 5 Q Q - Y . I 3 ' I YI. Q V a Z 55 ' it. 2 5 .ar .f f f f, 1 af , 1 LA ' , . K M. -- K, K 7 f -4 f' W nr Q -4 ,V . ,A .1 W. N 5 Q . L .Q , 1' A if Q Q . 2 WM.. .Q , Q ,, , f .Y '11 1. gg, 1 x If I f Q Ml lvo4P"" . ,0iW""'i' u H Aa"R?? " M , i mf, 1zfx"'! 'av ,g ,qv-dsfvs? ' ' i " ,.f44M,,.QgQ!" N ., ,,,p.WW.iy, , H. , f .Q - - , -'nv "x V' Y ,Iwi .Y ' -.af - 'B' sk 3, Q, . f is . , ,, 1 g cr Q' ww--'W' ,XY aux 0-M' , kr -435 H ' , Q ' 1 W It W is J N, ,M A -4 1 sem Us aft' ' " lf' vxygkw Q My,,,,.4f..wh , ,-,-g...M -, -M "N ' ,QM .. vid, Division of Socia, Studies Social Science Provides ey ,.T..-.. . Van L. 'W'hite - I Chairman, Division of Social Studies Assistant Professor B.S., University of Illinois M.S., Western Illinois University Robert N. Nuquist Department Head, Social Science Professor BA., Hastings College L.L.B., University of Nebraska M.A., University of Nebraska 82 Charles R. Atherton Instructor, Social Science BA., Millikin University MA., State University of Iowa to n dersta,nd1ng The aiin of the Social Science depart- nient is To provide Black Hawk students with a broad and varied background in pix-pzii'atiiciii for 't'urther study in the liberal arts and sciences. Students learn about man. his relationships with other nien. the way he thinks. and the way in which he is governed. Because oi' the increased enrollment. two new instructors have been added to the staff, thus providing students with a wider variety and number of courses. The department provides service to the coniniunity hy including in its eur- rieuhnn Police Science courses which help train area law eniforcenient of- ficers, hoth city policemen and county sheriffk deputies. if 'sn Eduard D. Gallen I Assistant Professor, Social Science B.A. fequivalentl. R.M.B. Institute, Riga. Latvia M.A., Bradley University Kent A. Peterson Instructor, Political Science B.A., Princeton University M.A., Yale University Neil G. Sapper Instructor, Social Science B.A., University of Denver M.A., Eastern New Mexico University 'QW' any -47 YJMWQMHQH Ralph S. Havener Assistant Professor and College Archivist Social Science B.A., University of Miami M.A., University of Wisconsin vf, wa 0 A. , sa. fn. B 9 fu ' Marshall Stover Department Head, Business and Economics Instructor B.S. Ed., University of Arkansas M.A., University of Missouri H. -W Joseph Bachmeier Instructor, Business and Economics B.S., North Dakota State Teachers College M.S., University of North Dakota Dolores H. Bultinck Assistant Professor, Business and Econom- ics B.S., University of Illinois M.S., University of Illinois Business Combines, The Business Department supple- mented its instruction by inviting people connected with the business world to elaborate on their specific fields. Out- side speakers talked on Court Report- ing, Advertising and Sales Promotion, the National Secretaries Association, and Printing. With the increasing number of busi- ness majors the staff was enlarged to eight full-time and twelve part-time teachers. The addition of two more fae- ulty members is anticipated. Two scholarships were given, one by the National Secretaries Association and the other by the Rock Island Chapter of the American Business XVomen's Asso- ciation. A data processing program is under consideration by the Board of Education which would enlarge the occupational- oriented curricula ot the department, which now includes Business Manage- ment and Secretarial Science. Skill and Theory Keith R. Leeseberg Instructor, Business and Economics B.S., Southern Illinois University M.S., Southern Illinois University Eugene C. Jorandby Instructor, Business and Economics B.S., Southern Illinois University M.S., Southern Illinois University f""-wa Robert L. Staker Instructor, Business and Economics B.S., University of Illinois M.S., Illinois State University William C. Strube Instructor, Business and Economics B.A., Monmouth College M.B.A., University of Arizona 5 The Psycliology Department is making plans for more new courses: Applied Psychology and Social Psyeliology. The Psy- chology Department will initiate a two year curricnluni leading to an A.A. degree in Child Care and a two year enrriculuni lead- ing to an AMX, tlegrree in Mental Health. The Psychology Depart- ment. of Black Hawk and East Moline State Hospital will eo- operate jointly in this program. The Ellueatioii Department has joined in Governor Kerner's efforts to provide needy elemen- tary children with an oppor- tunity to improve their areas ot weakness tlironali the tutoring progrrani. lflitteen Black Hawk st ntlents workefl in this progfrani iluringr the year. liopelailly. the prograni will lie expamletl next year so that more stntlents will lie allle to olitain assistance. A ' ' I , John R. Grotzinger Department Head, Psychology and Educa- tion Assistant Professor B.G.E., University of Omaha M.A., University of Omaha Psychology and Education Department Plans New Curricula Mary Morrissey Assistant Professor, Education BA., State 'University of Iowa M.A., State University of Iowa Robert T. Perry Instructor, Psychology BS., Bradley University M.A., Bradley University Edward J. Kilgus Assistant Professor, Education B.S., Bradley University M.A., Bradley University Harold L. Little Assistant Professor, Psychology BS., Bradley University M.A., Bradley University fmzswnnm mm: nm A, Q i """"l A i ., . ,f,',4 V1 ' f'..'r3'.'tif'4- M G- ' ii'-vm . A-,vs 1 ' -Af W' X X .-"ST-'flesh 5 ,..s-c, I. at 1 . -. K Ygtt'lv !ligi?:3 .1 ' -:JNL N ,"' Qf - ' '- ' S V M' Q 'ilfac-1,33 5 ,. . 41, sg a , .- 1 ' mf .' M 'v ,. 1 , if -:Tiff 5 ' in ' A 'l i v,. 4 ' c if J y F". la K ' ajft. ff" ' ff. . ', , ,,.2- " "M Qi. ,A K L w. ' 1. L , '-Q .ff T I if 5 'Hass V - -I ,V - ,E Q15 Thomas W. Kienle Norma Maynard Athletic Director and Department Head, Associate Professor and Womens Advisor Health and Physical Education Health and Physical Education Assistant Professor B.S.Ed., Western Illinois University B.S., Illinois State University M.S., Washington University M.S., Illinois State University Health and Physical Education Department Keeps Students Fit Daniel R. McClimon Instructor, Health and Physical Education B.A., St. Ambrose College M.A., Washington State University The Health and Physical Education De- partment, besides the regular professional physical education courses, offers co-ed courses such as inodern dance. social dancing, golf, arhery and swimming. The departinent added new equipinent this year-at balance beain, a baseball pitching inachine, and offset parallel bars- and at- teinpted to stress the iniportance of using this equipment properly, thus helping the students to keep fit. Health Education gives an insight into good health habits and into the prevention of infectious diseases. In the health classes, several inovies and class discussions are given to point out the necessity of maintaining a healthful environment. A fftfff Mt , its Raymond S. Olson Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education B.A., State College of Iowa M.A., State University of Iowa l B7 Viola F. Theorell Head Librarian Assistant Professor B.A., University of Minnesota M.S., University of Bridgeport aww ' James L. Copas Reference Librarian Instructor B.A., Montana State University M.A., Montana State University Along with qiiitm- 21 tow of the other 11v11a1'I111c11ts :11 lllzwlc llziwk Vollt-go, the li11l'211'j', too. sliowml 21 lll2ll'1iOtl growth. '1'hQ sim- ol' tht' hook C'0llt'f'11tlll has grown titty I1l'l'f'1'1ll. Illillilllfl 21 to1:11 ot' almost tittvon thonszinil volinnos in the lihrary. '1'hfi1 lZ1l'Lfl' 11lf'1'0i1St' has 110011 tllll' niziinly to 21 large hook hinlgvt 111111 some Ox- vvptioiiail gift Oolloetions. fllltl 4'-s1w4'iz111y valnzihle gift was Z1 one 111111111-t-11 thirty volnnii- set ot' govern- . , 11111111 rlof-111111-iits oiititli-11 War of the G H I I b Y ll,l',Hil1l.IlH.' Uffliflillf 11'1'1'ol'ffs of fllf' I"?l'i07l 1 S e 1 r um! fY1U1l.ff'lif'l'IlfC r'l7'1111'e.S. The l1111'i11'f' Zilso 111-ovifles for student 011111loy111c'11t 111111 s1'11o1:11's11i11 work. ln 0o1111c-f'1io11 with thi- linglisli 11cpz11't111011t it offf-1's 2111 o1'ic1111z1tio11 f'0111'Sf'. liilirary Sr-ieiiw 211111 Rcsilaiw-11. Bertha Kurrle, Library Clerk 1 Eleanor Gittings, Library Clerk 1 "ii 1 Linda Cox, Secretary to the President. Evelyn Swanson, Secretary to the Vice President and Sherilee Clark, Business Office Secretary. Expand Secretaries Lend Assistance I Inez Peterson, Secretary to the Academic Dean. Amy Jo Gregg, Evening College Secretary. -0-Anxhkx ' wife v r, .1 '- Q22 H 1, If? ,:7'fiV5f?,, , 'z I 'JQi4'fTwA if f Hi . , , . . . fs .Ulf-gl, v 89 Dorothy Kramer, Registrar, and Assistant Janet Hartman. r l Phyllis Peterson and Geraldine Lund, Office Secre- taries. Mary Riordan, Book Store Clerk. A l Wanda Lambert, Student Records Clerk an Q.. Custodiansg Front row gl. to r.7: Mr. Ralph Gaffney, l Mrs. Marjorie Ralston, Mr. Frank Eiff. 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' if , f ":fp??3?!9 ' vm ' , dfwfiwa be - ' 1, sw lay., ,..,,,, Z5 , Q - 11 y if 43, .f - -, P X Q s r a, , 4 S fi E' , " " -Ig 1, ' 3 fm? ff' 3' ' 3 I g.: - -1' 4 'ff 9-34, 21 f wf . ,5'2.:',, fiwf, :L M, wiv, va. .2 f,,vg,-43 4, , A . Donna Fargo ,vw wijvw ,fx I -.0 , p .,:.A.4 i YT? i --E Steve Ferry Joanne Fickewirth 5 I Nancy Fry Barbara Fulscher Sharon Freeze yr S 'i"f'y-- Alice Fultyn --v Dave Gelaude Gordon Greer 'FH' Tm Roy Gustafson Gary Haytcher A F, Larry Hall ml, MK Mike Hall Janet Hartman Laurence Hulsbrink Wendel Hunigan ff' James Holland Jeananne Iffland 100 f H4565 Dennis Jensen Sylvia Jesuit Galen Johnson Judy Johnson Robert E. Johnson Mary Karaway Amanda Keller James King Dennis Kleinau in w "1" Joseph Kotleba Y, 5' 'fi if "Ji Yat ex A if of " fa' Q y iff' ,gg , L9 1 4 sg 5, Paula Laurence Karen Lootens Merikay Kouski Dave Kunert Ruth Liggett Carol Livingston Janice Lowe Gary Lundburg lOl 102 1-who 'Vw-W Terry Mahon Jim Marquis Linda Maenhout Tatar 'di "Ne--'r James MCCHW X- Cynthia Meyer Hugh McConnell Connie Miller John McCormick Rosemarie Musich t .wT.,.. V., I . ,, Charles Myers Tom Normoyle .tp Dick Neyens Robert Odendahl Sandra Nicholson 1 'N-... ,fwgyr '!!"j"1s "M-.-u-1 Richard O'Nei11 Dennis Osborne .f Chuck Oltman Q-: A 1 Q ' vi :JSP ' jig' V, 51:1 55,5 'L ' ffg 'f 'J ', i.!"?"14 ' ' 3 ,L . , ' 'QL ' . Ni 1.1357-. Richard Ovens 103 lO-4 fl ,4 y Debbie Payden Sue Peterson Gary Pheiffer Sheryl Plumley Peggy Phillips Karen Ann Pritchard Bernard Ran gel Larry Rayburn Thomas Rexdale "'-JFS? Lmda R1ordan William L. Ridenour Russell Roderick E R Bill Rohrbach Susan Rogers Rick Rohrer Ted Ronk 1 Mike Sample Robert Samuelson 105 106 I K -Ai Barb Schmidt N Joe Sheahan Dennis Smith r u Laura Schultz Sharon Scott vs, Stephen Shean Jacqueline Scherer Stephanie soku J im Spranger ,- .Jr .vc 4? F1-"-. -, 4- xi. Pali? 1 av.-.gf , 2?f,.gv .,., 'TES Ronald Sweat John Thompson cv! "Nm Q2 Wayne Thompson Diane Thornton Joan Tonkinson , 'ZT- XIX. fx .Ns x , . N 153:-gli ' f, -1 ,j .,- .V if Q Elin. M ae'-3 11- Mffv Dan Vande Voorde Diane Vande Voorde f X X 7 Y Mary Ann Trent N 'NL Richard D. Van Raes 107 108 gi Joyce Van Zele Tom Vershaw Audrey Veburg - James Walker David Wolken David Watson .I 'u Us " I v,,. 'Q I f 'D 'Nl g I I 0 "l,.l . ,t 1, I, 1 It I ' g"l'C' II Joe Yberra Sandi Zare FRE SHME Joseph Alexander Greg Anderson Judy Anderson Marcia Anderson Maryellen Anderson Terry Anderson Dennis Apple Richard Ash Rose Atkins Nancy Atwell Linda Baldwin Rose Ann Barton 109 llO Gerald Bebber Joanne Behrens Leroy Benker Greg Bestor 'ku Steve Biscontine Barry Bishop Don Blaser FFHI1CiS 30919115 Greg Bonnett Sherry Boomenshine if X ,, r3- ., 4 4 M 4 M Madelyn Breshears Peggy Brinl' Jim Brinkmeyer Jerry Brodine I, ,, x , I V ti tx. 4 , fab, -., , .ww ' Zag I -151355: "y,11:gw - ,mfg Yvonne BFOIT1-211 Paul Brooks John A. Brown 1, K I 1 A , , .1 Q ffif , f fga ff A f cv A14 Q," ' 5 fff 14 'fW,76v'v ff, X,+fN5 526: f,fy4 V 5 , S 341' MQ ' ' X 1 f Q f , .,,, .4 - f , yy ,Q X -"W Q f E ma. ' c 5' ,V 1 A if? 5 1 f f , X ,P 1' ' 4 f 3, A 2' 1511- 1 f f' f N, 'ff 552, V+ 'Tia 35991 - V' W df fl 5 3- Michael Bruce Morgan Brunstron Carol Buckrop Newton A. Bull Linda Buller Larry Butterfield Mike Chatwell mmm., A , yi ,,,i z kj my 4 1 Linda Carlson 1 Penny CSIOUI' Ed Chapman Terry Chilcot 111 112 Sheldon Cohn Butch Collins Cheryl Cooper Cele Cornelis Maureen Cottrell Jim Dahlberg John Danico Mike Dean Daniel E. Deardoff David De Bates Bonnie De Castaker Steve De Castocker Mike De Doncker Sally De Keyrel 'A N , A 1'---rr Leslie DePorter Deb Dowdal Kandra Driggs 'P' ww ,W jfwbr Sandy Durkee Carole Duvall Harold Earl , f , Na rea- wma ,. X William Earl Kathleen Eechaute Jan Ehlers Richard Elliott -'s 16, if ? xx ' Carol Engel Mike Erickson Louise Evans Lena Ferreri 113 114 ii' , Qnvvqpgps QN- 'v-e,.,N Jan Ferry Carol Fetzner David Flider "'-fn Julie Forslund George Foster Glenn Garner Lois Geiger 'Qu' '?""l' Marilyn Gibbs Cynthia Gindlesparger Bob Gipson me William Gipson Virginia Glaub Dave Greene James Greene K , . iv' ! " Nancy Gust James E. Hall Barbara Hamilton Ron Hamilton Jim Hammies James Hancock Linda Hankey WUG Ed Hansen Perry Hansen Anne Harris Sue Heim Sue Henning Richard Hipskind David HOSFIGF 115 John Hoff Gail Hoffman W-'rf "Ulf Jan Hoskins Kathy Hoskins s...., Rf- Tiny Linda Hougan Mark Hough Tom Houlsworth Nt Bud Hyett Mike Imig Sandra Isaacson 'Will 's W., Helen Jepson Candy Johnson Earline N. Johnson DOHH JOYUISOTIH 16 ' 1 I , . . I 1 - 3 ,fl J Dorothy Jghnsgn Lee Johnson Linda Johnson ai nj Q 4 . I yy -f 7 A-ry! 361W f W 93 as v K , ' , , 2 If . 5 af - 2 Z 'P" f:T1V i - 1' . 25'7" f11:if ,P s -gf L1 ' J 4-'f.5fQrff1QS, ff ,lg A A In . .x,, ., ? , f ,B . I ig' ,W , ,Ev if 1 1 f ' an f K 1 " Linda J. Johnson Raymond Johnson Robert E. Johnson Samuel Johnson Qs 'iw Why, f 1'-"f 'fry ' '3-' Sheryl Johnson Susan Johnson Carl P. Jones Karen Jones 'J .4 'Eg' 'sz Ed Kiely Ken Kindart Gary Kinkade 117 118 "mf ,A mb Ronald Klavohn Thomas Koenig Curtis Koepplinger 'hd 6' ,353 3 Beverly Koester Linn Krebs Bill Krogman Gary Kruger Jon Kuchard Joanne Kuehl i, Connie Kuhlman Frank Kulig Gary LaDuke fr Fm 01 Vw R x.,. Q I Chris Langill Edward Lavery Tim Lawless f-V9' ff an wwf fzvf A ag? dfyfy fy? 5? 1 Mg! GWQZA 4' Mx' W5 .,.1f'b?'3'7 f': , .4 I Q f W fb 5,12 1 -1 wmv ' . .W , "" : 1947 vs'-Qi. .ifdr I -C 3254131 , Z' ' - - 'f?'?.1i" fsfish 1 ..,,, w,-',,,,1.w- f..,,4f . fx-'am :we-.. -A M, . sw , 2' by A , , .L ,Q ,L , . ,, .,, .41 ' -. , ,f-ww 1 . J fu' . V W g: , I , I Q Z . rl., rv ,, ' :af , ' 'rvyi 4? , W., ff ,e ,fy M , . 3 , ,ag Q' , Em , I 'tjf' 5 David Lee Sally Lemaster Mary Jane Loe Qu., JOYCG Loete Michael Long Lynn Lower "LZ" Wayne Lund Kenneth Madsen Lyn Madsen 119 120 Suzann Mathes Wayne Mathwig Jim Matson Mike McClimon James MCDane1 John Mekus Paul Metcalf 5. 56 1-411. W Hal Mettee Bruce Metzler Christine Michaelsen W This Sheila Miller Wayne Miller Wayne Miller f'L K' 'Wa xivkfu' v-4"'X Susan Molinelli Nancy Montieth Harlan Morgan '51-as Rosellen Mosley David Mossman Judy Nacin Gary Nickerson V1--lfq., Betty Nissen Joe Ocheltree Kathy Oleson Sandra Ostrand Donna Pace Judith Paton Diana Patsavos 121 122 ,P pw mms? David Pearson Douglas Peck Patrick Peck Cgurtney Peeples ff:f'f:I31"',I,lf f 14 " is A ., ..,. ,M -1wsf:.S,..' if ,X 59 Q2 335 , , is aff ,Sim 391 ' Q 'Q K + M , , t , 5 1 A g SX 'ff' W , Ysfj J 8, P 1 1 .ut si Q3 Susan Perrin Carole Peterson Mark Peterson Pam Peterson me TIE Terry Peterson rw ,X '--' -.Q Y, swf ,f gs we . ff.-MN 5, .. I ll We K, ,, V Q, f s' ki, 5 .x- V Q lx, . I , ni ,Q if ww. X 4 .r 2 X x 1 f T Q, ' .lf X 5 X14 . V L XQLI - if . . TQ. if' Ron Pope Jon Pickering Steve Ping Vincent Prieto Dick Quigg Ron Quilliot Rosemary Raney Don Rice 'Nina Rita Ricketts Alberta Robinson Denzil Rogers Deanna Rohrbach Maxine Ross Larry Rowley Randy Ruggeberg Ns., D811 Russell David Russell Linda Ryan Jan Sandberg 123 W I Sue Schaefer Susan Scherer Llnda Schmldt Ph1l Scott Shalom Shaffee Elame Shephezcl Gary Sh1pe Steve Skupman Rlta Shurts Holly Sidders M1chae1 S1ms 'f ve. .5-,, Debi Sipes Vicki Skrevanos Karen Smith V Sue Snyder Ann Sommers Connie Springer Jerry Standefer 9 Bob Steeber Steven Sfeelafldt Bill Stiegel Jerry Stock r an .w -:TG V R 1 Kay Stromer Nancy Jean Strutz Carolin Swartout 125 Janet Swensson Peggy Taylor Robert Taylor Peggy Tlrnbrook 'Wkfrwf gf.. 'N-...N go W-.vhs- David Tschopp Gloria Valdes Jim Van Vouren l A 1 'Y T .QV A Wx... T55 Paul Varner Donald Vaughn James Vicevich A 'aqua -353,,j:':fsg13.-735. . w '- K ,g I 195- ,Q ,Z -, 1 l G - l 4' ' - S' 's f , Kg my gil ' Q A 1. ff! W' Egg K ---W -if R .A N A 1, 1 I ,J ,Rh i ,Q . X 12 Stephen 'Wagner 126 Connie Warrick Leah Way .gi ini, XX 1 l E1 I Steve Weber Karen Wederty Dennis Wiedenhamer 'Tl-:P MM' Debbie Whitcanack Cathy White Sharon Wittington Carol Wilson ,exif is-, Carol J. Wilson James Wilson Joan Wirt 'Fir Louise Witter John Wohlrab Craig Wunderlich Jim Ziegler 127 128 urses Atten 1 f QM 2 1 Q i rw -if-We Q ' -is 'P' 'fix T J nw I P1 ll A. ' H 'P if Q A ,aa X - Moline Public Hospital Nurses attending Black Hawk are flst row, 1.-r.J: Janice Johnson, President, Pat Carey, Vice-President, Carol Frankhauser, Secretary, Fayonne Busch, Treasurer. Q2nd rowlx Cynthia Durwood, Diane Ouart, Kris Cannell, Linda Schultz, Betty Iffland, Cheryl Callahan, Jan Scott, Sharon NVhitman, Georgine Genz, Susie Schmidt, Jill Sloan. 13rd rowj: Irene Johnson, Becky Ogden, Cynthia Fooken, Mickey DeWilde, June Kavanaugh, Cheryl Hardin, Linda Thiesen, Joan Petrosky, Linda Schultz. 14th rowlz Janie Lyons, Susie Risely, Phyllis Anderson, Carolyn Swanberg, Joyce Goodman, Kathy Cornell, Mary Schaffer. f5th rowl: Linda Potter, Elinor Wenke, Linda Collins, Ingrid John- son, Sharon Pearson, Elaine Liebengood. 16th rowl: Doris Henseley, JoAnn Cato, Barb Risch, Becky Connor, Janice Quinn, Carol Erickson. I1 ' 31a,ck Hawk College Saint Anthony's Hospital Student Nurses First row fleft to ii htj M L . 'g 2 ary assuv, Linda Barry, Kathleen McConnell, Marilyn Ehlen er Carmen C t'll B b g , as 1 0, ar ara Marquardt, Carol Hitchcock, Patricia Ehrecke, Violet Cook, Susan Lough lin. Se d : L' ' ' ' ' ' con row 1nda Frimml, Constance Rolling, Jean Lingafelter, Donna Birch, Constance Murphy, Jane Corken, Paiila Schnorenberg, Barbara O'Meara, Rose Derks, Kathleen Sullivan Barbara Johanningmeir Third rowg Rosemary Kelly, Judith Lambert, Janice Dewitte Darleen Lewis, Mary Farrel Judith Heaton, Karen Green J t M , , A , ane eznarich, Doris Jas- hack, Linda Mersh. Fourth row: Mary Ann Bredar, Paula Hansen, Judith O'Toole, Peggy Zumwalt, Jane Graham, Mar- a t M 1 g re e oy, Beth Boone, Linda Brodie, Priscilla Wynne, 129 COMM ITY IUM PRO 5'5" 1""" Eg:g gZ1.g.g.-V--gig-:Tj N:-' - .' ' ":Z5?:3'5:5!7 ..' 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":f 5 F- .f:" :-:2:I:1:5:5:-. 1:11512- 1? 1 :2:-:, :2:2:Q:E:5:S:75E15' '.f:-:12Z'55 :'E5 r .1.-:-::ff" .IEIEI l 51 7325552 5-i:.:a, ,5fV1:1,,g:1,11 V-1- .151 V . r . -.,.,,,54:,:::1:1:- -1:1:1:3:1' gig!-' GE DISTRIC 132 Business and Professional Directory PHYSICIANS Sidney Bailey, MD. 1520 7th St. Moline O. Wilnart Koivun, M.D. I 702 7th Ave, Moline Marshall A. Minner, MD. 1410 7th St. Moline W. H. Otis, MD. 1520 7th St. Moline Lewis Sears, M.D. 1414 7th St. Moline B, K. Williamson, M.D. 1630 5tl'i Ave. Moline Paul P. Youngberg, M.D. 1520 7th St. Moline FLORISTS Knees Florist 1829 15th St. Place Moline MilIer's Florist 3615 27th St. Moline INSURANCE Bartlett Insurance Agency 3601 23rd Ave. Moline Sheesley Insurance Orion Illinois Von Epps Insurance 423 17tIfi St. Rock Island AUTO SALES AND SERVICE Augie CIaey's Service 2302 16th St. Moline Hardin Sales 8. Service Orion Illinois Moline Auto Sales 2221 5tl'1 Ave. Moline ADVERTISING Park Advertising Co. 2321 5th Ave. Moline PAINTS Devoe-Raynolds Co. 2002 16th St. Moline ELECTRIC COMPANY Ogden Electric 1519 7th Ave. Moline MORTUARY Esterdahl Mortuary 1216 5th Ave. Moline FOOD MARKET Norton's Food Center Orion Illinois BANK State Bank of Orion Orion Illinois LUGGAGE Luggage and Gift Shop 423 15th St. Moline SHOES Powelson Shoes 506 16th St. Moline Schwenker and Mougin 1614 5tI'i Ave. Moline L.-7 l l V i I i . Ml- -cs ang eztulaiz' ns. You've successfully achieved another goal. You,re ready to begin reaching for future successes. But . . . how do you measure success? Not with a caliper or a yardstick or a stopwatch . . . not by the acre or the ounce or the cubic foot. Success is intangible . . . it is the sum of your personal goals and aspirations, sorted into positions of relative importance. Whatever you establish as your criteria of success, you will need to exercise self discipline. Ambition alone is not enough . . . even coupled with intelligence and talent. Self discipline is essential to direct your energies and abilities into productive channels . . . to provide you with initiative and perserverance. Develop this quality . . . you will enjoy a more rewarding life, a more successful life. HAl7Ibl'ff0l1 is just the desire I0 succeed. The world is full of ambftiousfailures-all desire and no fI1f.S'C'lp1l'lZ6. Se0'd1'seipline is perhaps the most fmpormnl quality an inrelllgent person can develop in order to reach his goalsf' g From an address by William A. Hewitt, Chairman, Deere 84 Company. Moline, Illinois 133 , R9 W L+ 134 ' vi " f 5? Fran Woeber seems to be pleased with the pleasant and prompt service given to her at the UPTOWN NATIONAL BANK. mmm I Sue Mathes serves as a hairdresser's model for students at the STERLING SCHOOL OF COS- METOLOGY in Moline. 1 Sharon Scott looks over one of the finest collections of cameras in the Quad-cities at ELLIOTT'S CAMERA SHOP in Moline. WILLIAMS, WHITE 8. CO. is one of the oldest industries in the Quad-cities, serving this area fire! iff since I854. W i . V M fzw f wuv eiivzf w fi - ,, ' f BITUMINOUS CASUALTY CORPORATION has X an outstanding record of friendly and courteous service in the Quad-city area. MOLINE PUBLIC HOSPITAL 622 Fifth Avenue Moline, Illinois The Moline Public Hospital, a two-hundred seventy-five bed general hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Hospitals, and is licensed by the State of Illinois Dept. of Public Health. School of Nursing The School of Nursing at Moline Public Hospital offers a three year program and is affiliated with Black Hawk College where the -basic science courses are taught for which twenty hours of college credit are earned. The School of Nursing is a member agency and accredited by the National League for Nursing and the Dept of Registration and Education in Illinois. For information about scholarships write to: Director, School of Nursing. School of X-ray Technology The hospital offers a two year course in the School for X-Ray Technologists, approved by the Council on Medi- cal Education of the American Medical Association. 135 I l lll ll llll ll I so ,. lllllllllllllllllllllllll lll ,L ' ,V I. , A L I-'I .7 r -1 VA Y I Y' I i::...1t-L ., M I., -A ' ,Q -..' Y f A " '-JI ' I ' '!lf!!Il!5"!a1'?!!!!" L---L - .,....... 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ILLINOIS Gas and Electric Company 136 it's fun to be young Petersen Harned Von Maur Second and Main Davenport, Iowa cc as the L0-ft ' ' ' Eagerly contemplating what to order at the HASTY TASTY FOOD SHOP are Cleft to right St F y Nancy Strutz, D b Sp s a d D created because Srvce COMPLETE FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE SERVICE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Supreme Office Rock Island, III. Life Insurance and Fraternalism Sin cel 137 31 its This fourteen station transfer machine is only one of the tools manufactured by MOLINE TOOL COMPANY. Rich Rohrer ponders a drafting career while standing at the table of an expert at TRI-CITY BLUE PRINT COMPANY in Moline. ,index .-I X! ' w---M-0A'e"'-"""L',t.:N,fQ, f"' , Open 24 hours to serve the best coffee, donuts, and rolls in town is MISTER DONUT. f' N.. v-'W' as m 7 i 1 4 - rw 5 . 138 3 Q , . i . N , , Z iv ' .. . ,'.. wav, .NM A- K V V i 7'- il i ll 'A ' l ' i -. 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Silver of the finest quality is on display at JOSEPHSON'S JEWELERS in downtown Moline. 7 S X , XX ff. rs, '3 f Q xffi K . ,ky 5 Q Q if Q 1' My Q? , mil f 15 C A c 542 4' -, iw, X W fe f me Bull DeArmond and Terry Peterson mspect o coshng manufactured at FRANK FOUNDRIES Dick Van Raes and Bob O'DendahI are shown one of the many reading lamps available at Paulsen Electric in Moline. gli Hawk 'I' X S sig Galen Johnson admires a combination stereo TV at Cheer John O'NieI looks at last year's basketball ful Charlie s in Moline schedule printed at Fuller's Printery. Wendt Brothers' Funeral Home, Moline, also provides a speedy and efficient ambulance service. Vic's Hot Lunch provides o tosty lunch for students during the lunch hour. lx M. I.. PARKER s oxwsuronr g A l 'X Ibn 4 , gf-we 1, V ! 7' -N X asf ' l , f l P ig ' lat ll K 4 l -E J -.E-Mi , , . ,-'l L. .-wg N t. , wg.-:-:-: I . . rf 5 i .-.-:-:-:-:-:--:-:-:-:-g-:.g.-.g.:.:-.:.:.:.:.:., -.-x -1 .. -. ,- ...wa .. ,, .:' '- . 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Only the finest quality in men's wear can be - found at Britt's Men's Wear in Davenport. Gary Schipp demonstrates one of the qua- lity typewriters found at Midwest Type- writer Company. Wfafwz 97 'a JV A newspaper is many things to many people. To some it is a history book being written anew each day. For others it provides information that enables them to form their own opinions, and to keep a watch- ful eye on the branches of government they support with their taxes. Still others rely on the newspaper to help them do their shopping. lt has an influence on their standard of living. MCLINE DAILY DISPATCH More than l25,000 Readers Daily Employees are constantly ready to serve the Quad-city area at BEAR MANUFACTURING ew fifvf if 3 ITE EOUIDQ I SIIOD JIIUIIHIIIISIUIII ll ' gg I ITl"1+ ' Sheet Metal Works Inc. L, l4f- g fffffhgjl , Domestic - Commercial - Industrial - - il Z: I -I 'f s NZ: I Heating - Air Conditioning - Ventilation ll ,-Ili'-F4 I 1 :. :ksg gfji , 1 627 Fifteenth Avenue ' U 'V ' ' ' -f ,, I , ,. ..- -ig ', -4 , I ..-. I 4-.- .Fc-,"'A , - -in-N , ' East Moline, Illinois 15'-EL "' t- .- g, E -+- ,, .,- J' I - -- , I ,,, III 'Y U A I A l r L we -A if I Tl 'QT I I I' NI I E I -.9 It 1 I II' 4 I. f, ,'F f I rf x ' Serving This Area II-4 Years 'III All -I 'Il'1'1lIIOi'lfre II Il . s:.. , ,Ti ' lli- I , ,. g iriIilI il..li..r.I ,itr iia'ii I I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ROCK ISLAND ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 147 l !lllll TM 148 llllirl 'l !'!"iiliitn ll I i Hllpllsmfi 1 AMETEK II I l Iglrfijlgm Q 1 l nf 1 Q' ' A 5 1' 42 Congratulations, Class of 1966! The more than 900 employees of AMETEK, Inc. compliment your splendid achievement. You will become the leaders of tomorrow and we have Watched with great pride as you developed into our outstanding young citizens of today. Best of luck in your new careers. Looking for the Latest -and the Best? - Read - THE ARGUS Complete coverage of International, National, and Local News. "' Favorite Columnists " Sports News 'k The whole family enjoys T H E A R G U S Tri-Cities' Oldest Newspaper O The Canteen Service ot Moline provides Block Howk students with refreshments ond snocks in-between classes. l V V ' L i ,--'f""' i 2 W Wm- of 'Q 40 ' 2' X2 ' 'f Elle. 2.1 LH ' -' ' "" .ff-"""' l ii i- if f f " -1: l f 4' 4, 1 5 4 ' f 9 2 Y 2 r 'r Q i ling Q ,mimi s 5 r - J ' ' if u , E 1 N 1 5 l E 3 3 3 Nl fl if 3 ijg' x - i l i si t 5 . t r lf ir i Q Q 1 ' . X ' vw , f M ' 'V W A . ' - ' f W , 5 W fl ' 51 e , '74 l , Q 3 f f it gr t 7 Q - ' H r' f e V12 - ' ff A f V .i 1 -SM is K L We-f-til ., i .. . .A Q x ' L V X4 H E H., , lv ' .- , - ..-.---v-W-" "W" ' A ,f s-w wf if 1','fw1w , ' me-.c at rg -A A' I-14-4" ' -1 cf'-M ' , V. , ,,,, ....,.c...m M4 , H' ' N-Hv4"'Cfx'2,WMe:1f:L.gzzMw Q ' Lr.+Zffxfi.! 'W Friendly, courteous, ond prompt service ore given to oll the customers ot the State Bank of East Moline. Robbins Electric offers ci wide voriety of electricol fixtures ond dependoble service. j 150 Sophomore Activities LESLIE G. ALLEN . . . major, Busi- ness and Economics: Commerce Club. ANITA M. ANDERSON . . . major, Business and Economics. JAMES W. BERRY . . . major, Busi- ness. PAULA J. BILLINGS . . . major, Psy- chology: Chemistry Club: Phi Theta Kappa. SANDR ABLOCKER . . . major, Social Science: Fine Arts Club. BONNIE BOHN . . . major, Secretarial Science. CAROL SUE BRADEN . . . major, Psychology and Education. LYNNE BRADY . . . major, Philoso- phy: .Fine Al'tS Club: business man- ager, Sauk: little book, co-editor. ROBERT JAY BROADBENT . . major, Accounting: Chorus. MICHAEL L. BROOKS . . . major, Mathematics. PATTI BUFE . . . major, Business Ad- ministration: VV.R.A. TOM BULGER . . . major, Business Ad- ministration: Commerce Club. BYRON L. CARLSON . . . major, Busi- ness Administration: Phi Theta Kappa. CLAYTON CARLSON . . . major, So- cial Science. MARGUERITE MARIE CHINN . . . major, English: Fine Arts: Chieftain, ass't news editor. GAIL F. CHRISTIAN . . . major, Speech. CHERYL ANN CHRISTIANSON . . . major, Biology: Phi Theta Kappa: Mu Alpha Theta. CATHY CHUICH . . . major, Social Science: Sauk, ass't class editor. DAVID E. CONGDON . . . major, Mathematics: Mu Alpha Theta, sec- retary-treasurer: Math Club. secre- tary-treasurer. JILLEEN LOUISE COUSSENS . . . major, Mathematics. LINDA S. COX . . . major, Business Education: Commerce Club: Sauk, ass't activities editor and typistl Snow Swirl Queen. JOHN DAVIS . . . major, Social Sci- ence: Chieftain sports editor. JANET ANN DEKEYREL . . . major, Art: Fine Arts Club, vice-president. TED M. DEMEULENAERE . . . major. Social Science. JANET DESUTTER .. . major, Psy- chology and Education: Tutoring Program: Sauk, index editor. G. NVILLIAM DITCH . . . major, Busi- ness. SANDY J. DOUGLAS . . . major, Edu- cation and Psychology: W.R.A., vice- president. CHARLES J. EBERT . . . major, So- cial Science: Fine Arts. PEGGY L. EMMERT . . . major, Eng- lish. DONNA M. FARGO . . . major, Eng- lish. STEVE FERRELL . . . major, Jour- nalism: Biology Club. STEVEN A. FERRY . . . major, Busi- Club, treasurer: Student Council, vice-president: Debate. JOANNE FICKEWIRTH . . . major, Social Science: Phi Theta Kappa. BARBARA J. FULSCHER . . . major, Spanish: Fine Arts Club, vice-presi- dent: Madrigal Dinner: Fine Arts Club, Oral Reading: production, 13 Men on a Horsel: member of the Yearbook staff. ALICE K. FULTYN . . . major, Biol- ogy: W.R.A., Commerce Club: Stu- dent Council: Snow Swirl Queen: Cheerleading. GORDON KENNETH GREER . . . major, English and Journalism: Fine Arts Club: Commerce Club: Choir, vice president: Baseball: Student Council: Drama :Late Christopher Beanl: Madrigal singer: Radio and TV Program :with Black Hawkl. ROY E. GUSTAFSON . . . major, Physics. ' WILLARD ALVIN GUSTAFSON . . . Choir. LARRY E. HALL . . . major, Engi- neering: Math Club, vice-president. MARY E. HALL . . . major, Social Science: Student Education Associa- tion: Band. MICHAEL HALL . . . major, Social Science: Commerce Club, vice-presi- dent: Student Council, vice-president 1965, president 1966. JANET MARIE HARTMAN . . . major, Secretarial Science: Tutoring pro- gram: Commerce Club. GARY LEON HAYTCHER . . . major. Pre-Law: Commerce Club. JAMES CALVIN HOLLAND . . . major, Art. JEANANNE IFFLAND . . . major, Art, Fine Arts Club. DENNIS KENT JENSEN . . . major, Mathematics. SYLVIA MARY JESUIT . . . major, Social Science: Student Council, Freshman Representative: Commerce Club: WRA: Debate. GALEN LEONARD JOHNSON . . . major, Business Administration: Commerce Club. JUDY ANN JOHNSON . . . major, Speech and Drama: Fine Arts Club: Chieftain: Sauk, index editor 1965. activities editor 1966: Reading Cir- cle: Three Men On A Horse, student director. MARCHETA JONES . . . major, Eng- lish. MARY KARAWAY . , . major, Eng- lish: Fine Arts Club. ANTHONY M. KARGL . . . major, Art: Commerce Club: Fine Arts Club. AMANDA KELLER . . . major, Span- ish and Psych0l0gy5 Spanish Club, President: Choir. RONALD A. KLAFFKE . . . major. Chemistry: Physical Education: Com- merce Club. DENNIS JAMES KLEINAU . . . major, Mechanical Technology: Commerce Club. JOSEPH J. KOTLEBA . . . major, Art: Fine Arts Club: Student Publi- MERIKAY KOUSKI . . . major, Psy- chology and Education. CHARLES H. KRAMBECK . . . major, Business and Economics. DAVID C. KUNERT . . . major, Eco- nomics. PAULA IRENE LAWRENCE . . . major, Speech. ' RUTH MARIE LIGGETT 9 . . major, Secretarial Science. 1 DWAYNE A. LOETE . . . major, Art: Fine Arts Club. JANICE D. LOWE . . . major, Mathe- matics, Psychology and Spanish: WRA: Spanish Club: Math Club. GARY A. LUNDBURG . . . major, Physics. LINDA L. MAENHOUT . . . major, English: Drama, Assistant director of :Glass Menageriel: Cheerleader. TERRY MAHON . . . major, Mathe- matics: German Club. JAMES W. McCAW . . . major, Engi- neermg. HUGH T. MCCONNELL . . . major, Business: Commerce Club. JOHN LEE MCCORMICK . . . major, Social Science. CYNTHIA A. MEYER . . . major, Sec- retarial Science. CONNNIE SUE MILLER . . . major, Sociology. ROSEMARIE LYNN MUSICH . . . major, Business Economics. CHARLES MYERS . . . major, Busi- ness. DICK NEYENS . . . major, Sociology: National Honor Society: Student Education Association, Treasurer: Spanish Club, Treasurer: Baseball. SANDRA ALICIA NICHOLSON . . . major, Art: Commerce Club: Fine Arts Club. MICHAEL NOEL . . . major, Pre- Engineering. THOMAS E. NORMOYLE . . . major, Business. ROBERT E. ODENDAHL . . . major, Business: Commerce Club. CHARLES E. OLTMAN . . . major. Business Administration. RICHARD F. O'NEILL . . . major, Business and Economics. , DENNNIS OSBORNE . . . major, Busi- ness and Economics. RICHARD MARTIN OVENS . . . major, Liberal Arts: Wrestling: Track. DEBORAH ANN PAYDEN , . . major, Nursing: Drama, props chairman :Love Rides the Railsl, :Glass Me- nageriel. SUE ANN PETERSON . . . major, Liberal Arts. GARY DEAN PHEIFFER . . . major, Business Administration: Commerce Club, Treasurer. PEGGY PHILLIPS . . . major, Pre- Medical Technology: Publications, Yearbook staff. SHERYL PLUMLEY . . . major, Psy- chology. . KAREN ANN PRITCHARD . . . major. Speech and Drama. BERNARD RANGEL . . . major, Biol- ogy: Student Education Association: Biology Club: Chemistry Club: Wres- ness Administration: Commerce cations, News editor. tling: Cross Country. LARRY RAYBURN . . . major, Busi- ness Administration, Commerce Club. THOMAS ALVIN REXDALE . . . major, Music: Madrigal Singers, Choir. WILLIAM LELAND RIDENOUR . . . major, English, Fine Arts Club, President. LINDA SUE RIORDAN . . . major, Psychology, Fine Arts Club, Student Education Association, vice-president, Sauk, student activities editor, Chief- tain, Phi Theta Kappa, Commerce Club. SUSAN ROGERS . . . major, French. RICHARD ROHRER . . . major, Busi- ness Administration. TED RONK . . . major, Engineering, Commerce Club. ROBERT SAMUELSON . . . major, Liberal Arts and Sciences. BARBARA SCHMIDT . . . major, Physical Science. LAURA SCHULTZ . . . major, Psy- chology. SHARON SCOTT . . . major, Sociology, Student Education Association, presi- dent, Commerce Club. JOE SHEAHAN . . . major, Educa- tion, Commerce Club, Chieftain, business manager, Sauk, advertising manager. STEPHEN SHEAN . . . major, Philoso- phy, Fine Arts Club, Chieftain, re- porter, college closeup, Debate. JACQUELINE SHEARER . . . major, Art. DONALD SIDERS . . . major, Busi- ness Administration, Drama, fThree Men on a Horsey, qLove Rides the Railsl, qAntigoneJ, Chieftain, pho- tographer. STEPHANIE SOKIL . . . major, Sci- ence, Fine Arts Club, Oral Interpre- tation. JAMES SPRANGER . . . major, Chem- istry, Commerce Club, Chemistry Af- filiate, chairman. RONALD SWEAT . . . major, Engi- neerin g. JOHN THOMPSON . . . major, Busi- ness Administration. DIANE THORNTON . . . major, Music, Sauk, co-editor of organizations, Madrigal singers, Fine Arts Club, Choir. JOAN TONKINSON . . . major, Eng- lish, Sauk, editor. MARYANN TRENT . . . major, Eng'- lishg Commerce Club. DANIEL VANDEVOORDE . . . major, Business. DIANE VAN DEVOORDE . . . major, Spanish. SHARON VAN OPDORP . . . major, Social Science, Fine Arts Club, Com- merce Club. RICHARD VAN RAES . . . major, Business and Economics, Fine Arts Club. JOYCE VAN ZELE . . . major, Psy- chol02ZY1 Commerce Club. KAREN SUE VENDL . . . major, Matheinatics. JUDITH VENSEL . . . major, Speech and Drama., Fine Arts Club, sec- retary-treasurer, Play production '64-'65, fLate Christopher Beam, Tutoring Program. THOMAS VERSHAW . . . major, Mathematics, Mu Alpha Theta, Phi Theta Kappa. JAMES WALKER . . . major, Art, Fine Arts Club. DAVID WATSON . . . major, Psy- chologyg Commerce Club, Math Club. DAVID WOLKEN . . . major, English, Fine Arts Club, Chieftain, Editor, Beta Phi Gamma. JOE YBARRA . . . major, Social Sci- ence. SANDI ZARE . . . major, Social Sci- ence, Fine Arts Club. .1 -1 . , pl J in mx W. j .A ,, .fd I A Rf ,I 'km , , Wkf. 'W . 'Vi Q E, -v :2 2' ' K' f 4 5 A . lltl it W A 151 152 - Sophomore Index Leslie Allen 94 Anita Anderson 47, 94 Carol Anderson 94 James XY. Berry 30, 38, 94 Kathy Best 55, 94 Paula Billings 94 Brenda Blackman 94 Sandra Blocker 95 Bonnie Bohn 47, 95 Carol Braden 95 Lynne Brady 33, 35. 95 Robert J. Broadbent 30. 95 Michael Brooks 95 Patti A. Bute 95 Tom Bulger 95 Marsha Butter 95 Dave Cannon 96 Bryon Carlson 96 C'laytonC'arlson 96 Morris Chambers 52. 53 Marguerite Chinn 34, 46. 96 Gail F. Christian 96 Cheryl C'hristianson 46, 47. 96 David Congdon 47, 96 Jilleen tfoussens 96 Linda Vox 22, 24, 35. 89, 96 Janet Delieyrel 36. 43. 97 Ted Dc-Meulenacre 39, 43, 97 Janet De Sutter 97 G. Mlilliam Ditch 97 Bill Dornbush. 97 Sandy Douglas Vharles Ebert 97 Peggy Emmert 97 Tom Erickson 97 Donna Fargo 98 Steve Ferry 18. 24. 98 Joanne Fickeyvirth 47, 98 Phil Flesher 27 Sharon Freeze 98 Nancy Fry 27, 98 Barbara J. Fulseher 22, 34. 36. 39. 46, 98 Alice Fultyn 18. 22. 23, 26, 98 Dave Gelaude 98 Gordon Greer 7, 18, 30, 38, 46, 47 54, 58, 98 Helen Gremonprez 24, 30 Roy Gustafson 30. 31. 38, 58, 99 Gary Haytcher 24. 99 Larry Hall 99 Mike Hall 18, 20, 23, 52, 99 Janet Hartman 90, 99 James Holland 99 Laurence Hulsbrink 99 NYendelHunigan 99 Jeananne lffland 99 Noel Jackson 24. 46 Dennis Jensen 100 Sylvia Jesuit 24. 32, 100 Galen Johnson 100 Judy Johnson 20. 24, 32. 35, 44. 100 Robert li. Johnson 50, 51, 59, 100 Mary liaraivay 100 Amanda Keller 100 Margaret Kerschieter James King 100 Dennis lileinau 100 2 Joseph Kotleba. 6. 34. 39. 101 Merikay Kouski 101 Dave Kunert 101 Paula Laurence 101. Ruth Liggett 101 Farol Livingston 101 Karen Lootens 101 Janice Lowe 101 Gary.Lundburg 101 Linda Maenhout 102 Terry Mahon 102 Jim Marquis 102 James M4 ' 'aw 102 Hugh Mc innell 102 John Mclwormick 102 Cynthia Meyer 102 Connie Miller 102 Rosemarie Musich 192 Charles Myers 103 Dick Neyens 53, 103 Sandra. Nicholson 103 Tom Normoyle 103 Robert Ddendahl 103 Vhuek Oltman 103 Richard O 'Neill 103 Dennis Usborne 103 Richard Ovens 103 Debbie Payden 104 Terry Payne 54. 59 Sue Peterson 104 Gary Pheiffer 24, 104 Peggy Phillips 35, 104 Sheryl Plumley 104 Karen Ann Pritchard 104 Bernard Rangel 50, 57, 104 Larry Rayburn 104 Thomas Rexdale 30, 31. 38, 46, 104 William Ridenour 34, 36, 39, 105 Linda Riordan 20, 35, 46, 47, 105 Russell Roderick 105 Susan Rogers 105 Bill Rohrbach 105 Rick Rohrer 105 Ted Ronk 105 Robert Samuelson 38, 105 Mike Sample 105 Barb Schmidt 106 Laura Schultz 106 Sharon Scott 106 Joe Sheahan 106 Stephen Shean 34, 39, 106 Jacqueline Shearer 32, 106 Dennis Smith 106 Stephanie Sokil 106 Jim Spranger 24, 27, 106 Leslie Stange 26, 30 Ronald Sweat 107 John Thompson 107 NYayne Thompson 107 Diane E. Thornton 30, 31, 35, 38, 107 .loan Tonkinson 35,'107 Mary Ann Trent 107 Dan VandeVoorde 107 Diane YandeVoorde 107 Richard D. 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