Elizabethtown College - Conestogan / Etonian Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)

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■ M % M " 4 r ■4-1 DATE DUE m . . . - I €ltjatoett)toton College ( J ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 1978 CONESTOGAN ON THE ROAD . . . TO FIND OUT Editor-in-chief Sandi Liberatori Senior Editors Peggy Stevens MaryBeth Waltman Faculty Editor Aileen Fink Sports Editor Susan Borowski Activities Editors Michael Pizzi Susan Borowski Photographers Dave Holcroft Sandi Liberatori Business Manager Peggy Stevens Artwork MaryBeth Waltman INDEX Activities 2 Sports 46 Faculty and Administration 70 Underclassmen 88 Seniors 120 Advertisements 176 ON THE ROAD TO FIND OUT Words and Music by Cat Stevens Staff Linda Blanchett, Holly Burdick. Nancy Davies. Nathan Guttman, Shirley Hartfield, Evelyn Johnson, Stef Klein, Evelyn Kuester, Kathy Liberatori, Mary Ann Norman, Marlane Overington, Cathy Reinard, Judy Seldomndge, Nancy Sickler. Sue Stair. Jill Stambaugh, Barbie Stimmel, Dave Woodrow Doreen Ziegler. (C 1970 Freshwater Music Ltd. London. England Controlled in the US. Canada by Island Music Used by Permission, All Rights Reserved. THE HIGH UWj -o! JZABETHTOWN, PA m m Well I left my happy home To see what I could find out; I left my folks and friends With the aim to clear my mind out, ON THE ROAD . . . TO FIND OUT m Name that transvestite Hey Mabel, Black Label Our Father who art in heaven H A L L W E E N D I N N E R Star Wars revisited We II always be bosom buddies Saturday Night Live Lives! 4LT THANKSGIVING DINNER H M E C M I N G HOMECOMING COURT 1st row. Kim Bartels (Homecoming queen), 2nd row Seniors Nancy Doubt. Joy Meredith, 3rd row: Juniors Alison Scott, Karen Amritt, 4th row: Freshmen Polly Oldis, Kathy Goodman, 5th row Sophomores Mary Jo Wasser. Jenny Smith ' Ifci Jlomecommg Ml .M tSvu ieri and iiracttlin c£ ibU xa£ela£t uni iootteae fteqae i tie Jwiiok 0 urn ft tte ence al w inauauitatiou ( lAtttfiK O. (Doepdeie ai fne iy rt it t tt ( • Oe-t ege al eleven o c£. ■ u ttrt ay morning, . ■ Vovemce fie i fi nineteen Atuid td k-i--enf.it 6ewn INAUGURATION • m m ' m — . V 10 1 ■ " III I ■ B B J I 1H 11 VALENTINE ' S DAY DINNER 12 . . 13 VOLLEYBALL MARATHON T. ! TTf 14 • m D A N C E M A R A T H N Once again, the tireless and undefeated dancers overcame Athlete ' s feet and many weary, aching muscles to pull through the second annual Dance-A-Thon. This year, seventeen couples endured the grueling, but enjoyable twenty-four hours. Special praise goes to the Dance-A-Thon committee: Don Anderson, Linda Galella, Doris Weisert, Jeanne Pfeiff, Don Yoder, Amy Stone, Barb Krier, and chairperson Donna Fitzpatrick. The dancers this year raised $4,000 00, exceeding last year ' s total by $1 ,000.00. First place went to Don Yoder and Robin Carvutto who raised a whopping $871 .68 15 T.G.I.S. WEEKEND 16 • SYNCHRO SHOW 1st row: Kathy Garvin (co-chairman), Kathy Reinhold (co-chairman), 2nd row: Becky Martin, Diane Dapkiewicz, Kim Killmer, Jenny Smith, Connie Roth, Mary Beth Schmidt, 3rd row: Judy Menosky, Cindy Cope, Meg Lomerson, Nancy Hertel, Julie Milanick, Deb Lewis. 4th row: Laurie Garen, Meg Coburn, Karen Hamann. Chris Graden, Bev Baker. Absent: Scott Frazier, Craig Fultz, Don Hannas, Dave Hewitt. Kevin Keane, Barry Llewellyn, Jim Mahan, Rick Milner, Jim Morris, Paul Rochelle, Mike Satow 17 BLACK CULTURE WEEKEND 18 ' J -A w JUNIOR- SENIOR DINNER DANCE 19 ,- »• • ■■ ' ■ c L U B S A N D R G A N I Z A T I N S ACCOUNTING CLUB 1st row Edgar T Bitting (advisor), Tom Giuliani (public relations), Tom Byers (Pres), Nancy Doll (V.P), Lisa McDade (Sec -Treas ) 2nd row John Parker, Jim Marchini, Doug Wood, Lynn Means, Ron Heisey, 3rd row: Bill Ewer, Greg Wechter, Dean Pennabecker. John Insley, 4th row Cindy Cope, Joan Litecky, Janet Hoehn, Vicki Duimstra, Linda Mann, Carolyn Gray, Carol Leinbach; 5th row: John Margin, Dan Steffy, Cliff Rich, Mark Koernig, Chris Dinsmore, Steve Haines, Brian Lash, Don Tyrie. A.P.B 1st row Dan Ness. Barry Friedly, Kim Hieber Jim Garrison Dave Holcroft, 2nd row: Genny Gill, Monica Colgan, Tina Kulp, Barbara Digiacomo. Sue Quenzer, 3rd row Karol Briggs, Anne Gallant, Nancy Doll, Vicki Duimstra, Meg Lomerson, Joan Litecky, Scott Jones, 4th row Sue Waggoner, Leslie Knebel, Lori Scillien, Caryl Zimmerman, Colette Koch, Lisa Aukamp. Ellen Reilly. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Freshman Honor Society 1st row Linda Auch. Julie Metcalf. Sue Borowski, Holly Burdick, Jean Evans: 2nd row Joanne Kennedy Diane Artz, Elaine Schauren, Kathy Keller Carolyn Gray, Connie Bohn. Julie May, Jeanne Loeffler, 3rd row To Duong, Dottie Donovan, Diane Schaeffer, Donna Short, Sandy Rohr, Wade Melhorn 4th row Susan Bolle, Judy Walder. Robyn Pollina, Dana Buterbaugh, Debbie Menhardt Maureen Brien, Dan Noyes 20 f) BIOLOGY CLUB 1st row Prof Ronald Laughlin, Laurie Garen. Craig Fultz, Chuck Hertz (Pres .). 2nd row: Scott Jones. Ken Beard. Mary Ann Biddle, Ron Clarke, 3rd row Tom Neill. Marc Cornell. Robin Colden, Lisa Aukamp, Sue Kozak. Cynthia Fisher, Cathy Welch, 4th row Dr Frederic Hoffman. Rick Long. Dave Droethler. Roger Sayre. BLACK STUDENT UNION 1st row Herbert " Smoke " Arnngton. Brothella Quick (V P.). Cheryl Bellinger. Evelyn Johnson, Richelle Peters (Pres), Rory Schumpert. Absent Rosa Booker (Sec ), Willie Jones (Treas). CAMPUS GOLD 1st row Karen Bentzel (Pres ), Barb Guss, Aileen Fink (V.P.), Jane Valas (Sec). Anne Miraldo (Treas ). Absent: Beth Ann Artz. Janyce Bates, Diane Burkey, Kathy Bonn Patti Eberly, Margaret Duccato 21 COMMUTER CLUB 1st row: Alan Crogle, Al Facer (Pres), Tamara Knackstedt, Gene Kirchner. Dennis Franklin (V P.) COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB 1st row Howard Kroesen, Don Nolan, Liz Kreitzer, Sherry Morgan. Ed Leiter, Jeff McFerron ENTOMOLOGY CLUB 1st row Yvonne Burger. Mike Pizzi Barry Llewellyn Ann Hare Debbie Allen Kim Hieber 22 Si FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 1st row Ro b King, Judy Fuller. Maggie Maples. Joan Albright, 2nd row: Nina Shover. Rick Autrey, Don Tyne, Scott Baker, Ann Foley, Marsha DeHaas Absent Terry Harris, Barry Blefko, Marcia Rebman. HISTORY CLUB 1st row Nancy O ' Brien, David Woodrow, Jenny Rezin, Jeff Berkey, Cathy Donahue. Rick Abbott, Debbie Allen, Yuki Shimomura INTERNATIONAL CLUB 1st row Michael Fefegula, Lily Rastegar, Samuel Toluhi, 2nd row: Joon-Ho Kwak, Yuki Shimomura, Philip Ebikwo, Toru Takagi. Gitta Bahador, Vu Nguyen, Hai Tran, Bela Haruna 23 I N T E R V A R S I T Y ABOVE 1 st row Maggie Maples. Sue MacLean, Ruthie Greenly. Todd Brown, Jeanne Pfeiff. Henry Wysong (Pres .); 2nd row Don Tyne, Rick Dillion. Steve Funk, Linda Galella (VP), Kathy Labe (Sec -Treas ), Jill Page CENTER: 1st row: Julie Meiler (Sec), Carolyn Michael (Pres); 2nd row: Mark Lyons, Mary Ann Merel. Al Pagan; 3rd row: Peggy Stevens. Sherry Morgan (Treas). Janet Pollard, John Clemens; 4th row Mike Wadzita, Karen Meagher. Scott Enterhne, Barton Ziegler. Roger Hoerl. BELOW 1st row Terry Drenning. 2nd row Janice Gale, Joanne Carruzzi Lori Snelling, Stacy MacAloose; 3rd row Judy Priggins. Dave Droethler. Amy Stone: 4th row Donna Reed, Sue Kerlin. Caryl Zimmerman, the Janitor " , Elaine Daly M E D I C A L CHRISTIAN F E L L w s H I P TECHNOLOGY 24 " N E W M A N C L U B ABOVE: 1st row: Cyndi Lenker, Robyn Pollina; 2nd row Doris Weisert, Donna Fitzpatnck, 3rd row: Steve Funk, Father Joe. Jeanne Pfeiff, Mike Pizzi Absent Linda Galella, Steve Cerreto CENTER 1st row Julie Whetstone, Tern Carbone, Mary Billy, Margie Ducato, Sue Maclean, Gail Redding, Debbie Harpf, 2nd row: Michelle Eck, Carol Heusner, Mary Beth Waltman, Jane Newman, Cathy Gumbert, Sue Bozarth, Chris Lofstrom, Karen Werner, Janet Vogel. BELOW 1st row Jay Elder, Denise Durison, Yvonne Burger, Cathy Reinard; 2nd row: Chip Barkman u T D R C L U B 25 PHI ALPHA THETA History Honor Society 1st row: Nancy O ' Brien, Debbie Allen, Jeff Berkey, 2nd row: David Woodrow, Bart Billbrough. PI SIGMA ALPHA Political Science Honor Society 1st row Dr Robert Lamontagne, Kathy Jordan, Barb Krier, Mick Marcin, Dr Wayne Selcher; 2nd row: Dr. Michael Worman, Lauren Maidment, POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 1st row Glenn Fogle Bob Frame, Barb Krier, Kathy Jordan, 2nd row Sandra Best, Jeff Tamburro, Lisa Scott 26 - • P.S.E.A. 1st row Denise Durison, Wanda Williams, Maggie Maples, 2nd row Susan Densten (publicity), Marion Sulyok, Diane Dapkiewlcz, Susan Valentine (Social Programmer), Connie Roth. Cathy Gust (Treas .); 3rd row: Lisa McDade, Ruth Anne Lee, Jeanne Koury, Kathy Reinhold, Kathy Goodman, Elizabeth Cale (chairman), Cheryl Friedlin; 4th row Mary Myer (Publicity), Miriam Hebrank, Todd Brown. Nancy Trent, Randy McCarty PSI CH Psychology Honor Society 1st row Cheryl Messick, Virginia Pack, Robin Pinkley, Phyllis Smith, Nancy Morrison; 2nd row Dr Delbert Ellsworth. Dr. William Jenkins, Dr. Paul Dennis, Dr. Robert Cheung, Dr Guido Zanni. Dan Ness PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 1st row Dr Delbert Ellswort h (advisor), Virginia Pack, Kim Hieber (Sec -Treas ). Wendy Moyer 2nd row Dan Ness (Pres ). Cheryl Messick, Nancy Morrison (V P.). Robin Pinkley Beverly Baker, Phyllis Smith, Beverly Gucwa 27 S.A.M. 1st row Jeanne Carson, Linda Mann (V.P.), Tina Kulp. 2nd row Dave Holcroft, Jim Garrison (Pres ). Lynn Means, Steve Haines, Diane Schaeffer, Leslie Knebell. Tom Giuliani, Ron Manbeck; 3rd row John B Martin, Andrew Folmer, Tom Byers (Treas .), Vicki Duimstra (V P.), Nancy Doll SCUBA CLUB 1st row Marie Kobylinski. Sue Weber, Barb Bentz. 2nd row: Nancy Shallenberger, Kathy Burcm, Doreen Ziegler, Liz Collins (Sec), Pat Werner (Treas), Rick Ide (Pres .). Mike Larkin SIGMA LAMBDA SIGMA 1st row Denise Durison, Beth Ann Artz Mary Ann Biddle Sandy Liberator! Peggy Stevens 2nd row Lauren Maidment Nancy Heffner Donna Reed Robin Pinkley Martha Claar Bev Piscitelli (advisor) 28 - I SENIOR SENATORS 1st row Joan Litecky, Sue Bozarth, Trish Jacavaga, Janice Gale; 2nd row; Barbara Krier, Mark Luccio, Robin Pinkley, Lynn Means, Tom Neal, Tom Guihanni. SENATE SOCIAL WORK CLUB PICTURED AT LEFT Steve Douglas (chairman), Kim Hieber (Treas). Debbie Allen (Sec) Other Senate members are: D Allen, Beth Ann Artz, L. Aukamp, S Bozarth, H Burdick. R Clarke, C. Craig, N. Davies, G. deSantis, S. Douglas. C. Fultz, D. Fultz, J Gale. T Giuliani, S Haines. N, Heffner, K. Hieber, P Jacavage, J Koeserha. B Krier. J Litecky, M Luccio, J Mahan, L, Marx, L. Means, J. Meiler, T N ei II. D Hess, H Parry. J Peterson, R Pinkley, L. Pine. L. Rezin. R. Sayre, L Scillien R Wirth, D, Ziegler. 1st row: Carolyn Armstrong, Susan Longo (Sec), Marica Mermon, George Brown, Becky Trimble (V.P.). Joan Albright, Jeff Finkbiner (Pres .), Louise Hanley 29 s p E E C H C L U B 1st row Mike Fefegula. Rick Dillion. E Jane Valas, Dr Jobie Riley, Beth Brill, Abdul Moosa, Bob Frame. SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS 1st row Dave Martin. Mike Wadzita, Henry Wysong, Ken Creighton k »A 2v ft T • i • .a i ' V ft ■p f L! fit R -r- SUPREME FICTION CLUB 1st row Dottie McGiffin Dr William Taylor Chris Fiore Mr Carl Campbell (advisor) Louise Black Connie Coons Nancy Davies 30 • m t- l„ F R E S H M A N 1st row: Libby Smith (Treas .), Janet Dowdy (V.P.); 2nd row: Dr. Delbert Ellsworth (advisor). Sue Borowski (Sec ). Glenn Pfadenhauer (Pres.). 1st row: Chip Barkman (V.P ), Dave Witkovsky (Pres ) Absent Steve Haines (Treas ), Pam Deegan (Sec). CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE JUNIOR S E N I R 1st row Dale Ziegler (Pres ). Deb Riley (Treas ), Robin Siegfried (Sec); 2nd row Mike Pizzi (V.P ) 1st row: Jay Elder (V.P); 2nd row Joyce Goforth (Pres ). Kim Klllmer (Sec ) Absent Terry Gordon (Treas ) 31 WWEC 1st row Alan Facer, Barbara Krier, Don Anderson, Donna Fitzpatrick. Evelyn " EJ the DJ " Johnson, Gaye Travis, Jane Schatzman; 2nd row: Brian Carroll (music director), Steve Funk, Joan Paviglianiti, Doug " Mountain Man ' ' Palaskey (news director), Jenny Rezin, Gary " Baa- ker " Baker (news director). Art Dent, Brian Aucker (station manager), Tom Galloway (production director). ETOWNIAN THE ETOWNIAN Editor: Lauren Maidmeni AaaitUnt Editor: Pat Wisser Newt Editor: Rob King nil ■ hi Page Editor: Jeff Scheib Feature Editor: Jane Schatzman STAFF: Joanne Anderson, Jon elle Andrews. Roehelle Ang sUdt, Brian Aucker. Susan Borowski. Nancy Da vies, Pam Deegan. Holly Ewan. Donna Fitzpatrick. Steve Funk, Mark Hornberger, Evelyn Johnson. Brian Kell. Jeff Kitsoek. Sandy Miller. Bill Schaumann. Dorothy Smith. Jann Thomas. E. Jane Sporta Editor Becky Martin Photo Editor: John Bendt Buaioeaa Muafcr: Kim Week Valas, and Nancy Wilkins, The ETOWNIAN is published weekly on Friday during the academic year, eicept during vacations and final examinations. Subscriptions: $4.50 per academic yea ' Final deadline 12 p m of the Wednesday before publication Phone: 3671151. rvt 2 1 fo Jfa 32 « w - . CONESTOGAN i 1st row: Susan Borowski (Sports Editor), Peggy Stevens (Senior Editor), i 2nd row: Aileen Fink (Administration Faculty Editor), Dave Holcroft (Photographer), Sandy Liberator! (Editor-in-Chief), Mike Pizzi (Activities Editor) Absent Mary Beth Waltman (Senior Editor). 33 Illl Illl in m Illl III! Ill AA Ac CONCERT CHOIR Harry Simmers (Conductor), Allen Artz. Holly Baker. Anne Bowman, Tom Carraher, Connie Coons, Anne Denney, Eugene De Santis, Cris Dinsmore, Yvonne Dockey, Jeff Finkbmer, Linda Galella, Philip Gold, Joan Good, Jim Haines, Ruth Anne Handy, Gayle Hayes, Peter Haynes, Beth Helman, Barb Hertel, Ellen Judd, Jim Mahan, Nancy Morrison. Daniel Murphy, Scott Myers, Gretchen Nettling, Sandy Nutt, Anita Patton, Kim Pensinger, Cheryl Peterson, Jeanne Pfeiff, Michael Pizzi. Wade Pratt, Dominic Pugliese, Dana Reese, Donna Sheaffer, Karen Shearer, Ann Shellenberger, Keith Smith, Kris Smith, Michael Stoudt, Suzanne Tessier, James Weaver, Don Witman, Dale Ziegler, Sharon Zimmerman. 34 - CONCERT BAND Otis Kitchen (Conductor), FLUTES Lori Bonner, Debbie Crouse, Anne Denney, Susan Hand, Kim Kreitzer, Bobbie Little, Judy Menosky. Polly Oldis, Angelia Salvadia Karen Shearer, Nancy Trent. Jody Wertz, Wanda Williams, OBOES: Brenda Kreider, Ann Miraldo. Suzanne Schreiber, Sharon Zimmerman, BASSOONS: Lori Fox, Nancy Heffner, E FLAT CLARINET Mary Ann Biddle, B FLAT CLARINETS Beth Ann Artz. Diane Artz, Kaye Brown, Lois Brown, Aileen Burdge, Connie Coons, Annette Fox, Genevieve Gill, Susan MacLean, Kim Pensinger, Dawn Scholossman, Janet Shapiro, Nancy Yonker, ALTO CLARINETS Joyce Goforth, Donna Kafka, Susan Stair, BASS CLARIENTS Judy Seldomndge. Keith Smith; CONTRA CLARINETS: Gary Baker, Evan Prytherch, ALTO SAXOPHONES Martha Claar, John Horn, BARITONE SAXOPHONE Holly Baker, TRUMPETS: Jenny Hartley, Jennifer Hart, Lyn Hazelwood, Phyllis Kreamer, Jeff Main, Cathy Mezzomo. Daniel Murphy, Sandra Nutt, Ron Saylor, David Slein, Don Witman, HORNS: Sue Burg, Linda Galella. James Haines, Melanie Heinz, Ellen Judd, Kristen Smith, Michael Yasenchak, Lisa Keller. BARITONES Allen Artz, Jeanne Koury, Julie Rankin, TROMBONES Art Baughman, John Bittner, Sharon Grunow, Mark Kleinfelter, David Longsderff, Dwayne Weaver, TUBAS David Holhnger, Eric Johnson, Michael Shank, Scott Casey, PERCUSSION Kim Bartells, Michael Hess, Joy Little. Susan CHORALE 1st row Barb Hertel, Roger Sayre, Suzanne Tessier, 2nd row: Sharon Zimmerman, Keith Smith, Pam Deegan, Ellen Judd. Jeanne Pfeiff; 3rd row Kristen Smith. Alan Artz. Dennis Dougherty; 4th row: Ann Shellenberger, Cris Dinsmore; 5th row Daniel Murphy. Yvonne Dockey. 35 CHORAL UNION 1st row: Loretta Price. Ellen Judd, Jenny Shultz, Connie Gallow. Chris Foor, Laurie Coskiano, Denise Hazelwood, Elaine Schauren, Karen Bentzel. Sue Ebersole; 2nd row Holly Burdick, Lynn Engle, Marion Sulyok, Barbara Digiacomo, Karol Briggs, Joan Kehr. Nancy Hertel, Janice Gale, Judy Fuller. Laurie Jacobsen; 3rd row Marcia Rebman. Lisa Thomas, Janice Hill, Jill Page, Ruth Greenly, Lynn Bisbing, Donna Kafka, Suzanne Tessier. Fran Gross, Joy Little; 4th row: Karen Mitchell, Mary Ann Merel, Absent Amy Stone, Sandy Postupack. Dawn Evertt, Sue Hand, Kathy Labe, Erica Kurzweil. 36 m J A Z Z B A N D B FLAT CLARINETS: Kaye Brown; CONTRA CLARINET: Evan Prytherch, ALTO SAXOPHONES Ken McCoy, Sandra Wilhard. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Holly Baker, TRUMPETS Phyllis Kreamer, Jeff Main, Ron Saylor, David Slein, Don Witman, TROMBONES Art Baughman, John Bittner, David Longsderff, Dwayne Weaver; TUBA: David Hollinger; PERCUSSION Michael Hess. Willie Jones, STRING BASS Diane Burkey; ACCOMPANIST Beth Ann Ariz; VOCALIST Kris Smith, CONDUCTOR Otis Kitchen 37 WOODWIND QUARTET TOP TO BOTTOM Debbie Crouse, Lori Fox. Sue Burg, Sharon Zimmerman BRASS ENSEMBLE 1st row Erica Kurzweil. Phyllis Kreamer; 2nd row: Ellen Judd. Sue Burg; 3rd row: Melanie Heinz, Linda Galella; 4th row Dr Darrell Douglas, Allen Artz. David Slein, Jim Haines. HORN QUARTET 1st row Erica Kurzw eil Art Baughman. 2nd row Jim Haines Dave Slein 38 ■■■ ALPHA MU Music Therapy 1st row Jill Page, Diane Artz. Ann Shellenberger, Ellen Judd. Elizabeth Eidenier, Beth Helman; 2nd row: Ga Johnston. Cheryl Peterson, Jeannie Pfeiff, Gretchen Nettling, Linda Galella, Jenny Shultz, Kathy Malenke. Kim Kreitzer, Jim Haines. M.E.N.C. 1st row Jeannie Pfeiff. Phyllis Kreamer, Sharon Zimmerman, Ellen Judd; 2nd row Yvonne Dockey, Joy Little, J Page, Sue Burg; 3rd row Kathy Malenke, Allen Artz, Keith Smith, Dr Darrell Douglas 39 CAST Tommy Turner Michael Pizzi Ellen Turner Mary Ann Biddle Patricia Diana Wedel Dr. Fredencka Damon Robin Gleim Blanche Damon Joanefte Eberhart Myrtle Keller Cyndie Severance Edward K. Keller Eugene DeSantis Cleota Dome King Michael Barnes Michael White Joe Ferguson Nathan Guttman Wally Myers Barry Llewellyn " Nutsy " Miller Phil Gold Newspaper Reporter Margaret Lomerson Cheerleaders Susan Borowski Mary Beth Schmidt 40 9 •■ - nil i m 1 1 1 HI mB k r A r 1 k r r " If it had not been for these things. I might have lived out my life talking at street corners to scorning men. I might have die, unmarked, unknown, a failure Now we are not a failure. Never in our full life could we hope to do so much work for tolerance, for Justice, for man s understanding of man, as now we do by accident. Our words — our lives — our pain — nothing! The taking of our lives — the lives of a good shoemaker and a poor fish peddler — all 1 That last moment belongs to us — that agony is our triumph! " — Bartolomeo Vanzetti, April, 1927 41 te i v ■an HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS Suddenly There Is Music . . . ■ " m m ' WITHOUT REALLY TRYING There ' s No Coffee! V In The Sound Of Your Name REP THEATRE The cue was supposed to be No wonder he ' s captain of the track team He must have phoned f rom the lawn. Hi Daddy Bye Daddy Add one scene and it goes to her head 1 Om The Repertory Theatre has been touring area high schools and churches for over five years. This year ' s productions were Time Out for Ginger, about a girl who makes the football team, and Everyman Today " , an updated version of the old English morality play. Cast members include seniors Denise Hinkle. Eric LeFrancois. Sandi Liberaton. Nancy Morrison, Peggy Stevens. Dave Woodrow; juniors Dean Boyer, Julie Meiler, Erich Zuern; freshman Brian Carroll, Kathy Liberator! and Dave Wilson The company was directed by Mr. Don Smith IS 1 1 i ft - ■ a 1 U ' - ' i i:JL! : t.Jii! ta. Let ' s see, do I sustain or overrule this objection? God has passed his judgment they are mine! Yes, that ' s Everyman looks like him he If we pretend to have both flashlights, maybe no one will notice. SPORTS l m m bm In the end I ' ll know, But on the way I wonder Through descending snow And through the frost and thunder; Still ON THE ROAD . . . TO FIND OUT s c c E R " Tf VARSITY — 1st row Rui Rola. Scott Frasier, Dan Kilby. Kevin Gregore. (Co-captain) Jim Pfeffer (co-captain). Jamie Donnell, Wayne Beal. Fred Smith Jim Wentz Tom Ferron, Coach Owen Wright. 2nd row Chuck Hart. Craig Ginger Gary Christopher Dave Pratt Michael Fefegula. JeH Russell Tim Seager Scott Mack Dennis Waddell Phil Good Stan Tyson. Bill Brouse. Mike Mallin. Bill Biegalski EC OPP Un of Delaware 1 6 Muhlenberg 1 Gettysburg 3 2 Phila Textile 2 4 Dickinson 2 5 Washington Lee 1 2 Scranton Trenton State 1 5 Susquehanna 1 4 Wilkes 7 Albright 1 Lycoming 1 West Chester Scranton 2 5 Franklin Marshall 48 - 9 J m i The Blue Jay soccer team continued its winning spirit in the 1 97 7 season with a 4-0 record in the MAC division, but lost the northern division MAC championship to Scranton. Senior Rui Rola lead the team in goals followed by sophomore Scott Mack Fullback Jamie O ' Donnell. the MAC northern division MVP, was named to the second team of the National Soccer Coaches Association 1977 All-America soccer team. Defensively, the Jays only gave up 1 8 goals With all the talent and potential in the team ' s young players, the squad looks forward to another successful season. 49 J.V. SOCCER An outstanding season for the 1977 J V soccer squad came about by a tremendous amount of teamwork and team spirit. The young Blue Jay team finished with an undefeated season 10-0. Giving up only 5 goals to their opponents, the team scored a total of 42 goals in their ten games J.V. — 1st row Dean Glick, Niall McKmght, 2nd row Dave Ferron. Mike Connor Chris Bosch. Bill O ' Lesky, Dave Pratt, Rory Schumpert, Kent Robinson, Bruce Rowe, 3rd row Dawn Terry (manager), Dave Holcroft, Don Lawler. Don Hannahs, Bob McClure, Joe Harnger (co-captain), Don Tyrie (co-captain), Rob Gosman. Jerry Futer Jeff Tamburro, Ray Tierney, Mark Willoughby. Mary Chowansky (manager) Coach Joe A Whitmore EC 2 UN of Delaware 4 Franklin Marshall 4 Lancaster Bible 4 Dickinson 8 Susquehanna 5 Franklin Marshall 5 Kutztown 1 West Chester 3 Montgomery Co. 6 Juniata 50 CROSS COUNTRY The cross country team, although it did not gain any wins this season, gained much experience in 1977. The young Blue Jay squad will surely be returning stronger in the coming season with most of their runners returning 1st row John Zilla Matt Reabold, Tom Wooley, 2nd row Steve Lacombe Will Senn. Kerry Kordes. Wade Pratt; 3rd row: Coach Lee Evinger, Todd Palmer, Coach D Kenneth Ober 51 r t ; : rgra : -v ; W : W» 111 F.I I i W wriM VARSITY — 1st row Nancy Hahn, Connie Chronister, Lynn Hambnght (co-captain), Beth Bowers (co-captain), Lome Fisher. Jenny Henise, 2nd row Mary Lou Regan (manager), Phyllis Shope, Debbie Menhardt. Gen Bradley. Kathy Maser. Diane Huber, Joan Albright, Coach Yvonne Kauffman. WOMEN ' S FIELD HOCKEY ■■■■■■■ffamM Jf H A llt£J A r Jmmt sH •» ■ I 52 EC OPP 10 Wilson 2 Messiah 1 2 Lock Haven 4 3 Lebanon Valley 5 Albright 1 East Stroudsburg 3 1 Western Maryland 1 3 York 6 Dickinson 1 Gettysburg 4 Franklin Marshall 2 1 Millersville 1 2 Shippensburg 4 The women ' s field hockey team had a successful season this year with a 8-6-2 record overall and 5-2-1 in the Penn Marr Conference The Jaygal team went all the way to the MAC tournament where they captured 2nd place Sophomore Joan Albright was top scorer of the season with 1 7 goals With all members returning next year, the team is looking forward to another winning season J V — 1st row Mary Beth Goshaw, Nancy Hess, Marcia Rebman, Kathy Tyszka, Sonya Gish, Rob King. Cindy Fisher, Midge McAllister; 2nd row Joanne Kennedy, Lynne Crowers, Jeanne Loeffler, Karen Sullivan, Anne Shillingford, Cheryl Borton, Anne Siefert, Marianne Tezak, Carol Welliver (Coach) 53 IS; VARSITY — 1st row Mark Weaver, Scott Bramble, Cornell Banks, James Freel, Douglas Brown, Gary Verazin, Timothy McCarthy (captain), Phil Anastasia, Jack Llewellyn, Joe Baranko, Bernie Krupa, Leon Carswell, Mark Chadwick Coach Don Smith. MEN ' S BASKETBALL EC OPP 77 Albright 65 84 Millersville 69 78 Susquahanna 55 61 Franklin Marshall 70 72 Delaware Valley 83 96 Lebanon Valley 73 78 Lehigh 74 77 Delaware Valley 70 72 Gettysburg 83 54 Albright 66 62 Susquehanna 84 52 Johns Hopkins 56 70 Phila. Textile 66 80 Wilkes 71 60 Scranton 58 78 Juanita 70 78 Wilkes 64 67 Lycoming 89 The men ' s basketball team ended another strong year with a record of 15-10. the best season in a dozen years What the team lacked in inches, they made up in teamwork and hustle The Blue Jays proved this fact by upsetting number one rated Scranton and second-ranked Philadelphia Textile The team also made the MAC play-offs for the fourth year in a row Sophomore Leon Carswell who led the team with 14 64 points and 8 16 rebounds per game was named to the second team of the MAC s northern division All-Star roster Doug Brown also a sophomore ranked first in free throws in the conference and fourth in the nation in the next-to-the-last statistics released With everyone returning next year the teams success should continue 54 " ■ « ' m. 55 fZ - ' WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL EC OPP 53 Upsala 70 51 Shippensburg 71 66 Widener 60 76 Caldwell 21 71 Juniata 54 60 Delaware Valley 51 52 Gettysburg 42 77 Bucknell 70 56 Messiah 51 68 York 52 86 Lebanon Valley 41 101 Wilson 37 70 Western Md 61 72 Albright 41 90 Dickinson 42 70 Wilkes 73 59 Franklin Marshall 64 Varsity — 1st row Kathy Palubinsky Beth Peiffer Lynn Hambnght Kathy Tyszka Mary Lou Regan 2nd row Rob King (co-captain) Sue Bitts (co-captain) Gen Bradley Karen Pnnciotta Coach Yvonne Kauffman 56 ■ m Urn The women ' s varsity basketball team displayed one of their most exciting seasons in 19 77. Freshman Gen Bradley, who averaged 27 3 points per game, broke the schools one-year record set in 1 968 (278 points) by compiling a total of 5 74 points. Co-captain Rob King led the team with 31 7 rebounds while fellow co-captain Sue Bitts chipped in an average of 14 6 points a game The Jaygals went into the MAC tourney seeded second and finished the season with a 1 5-6 record The squad also competed in the EAIAW Region l-A Invitational Tournament in Maine where the team played against five other teams representing colleges from Maryland to Maine and won 3rd place J V —1st row Holly Ewan. Lisa McDade; 2nd row: Coach Joe Torchia, Maria Escallon, Mary Lou Regan, Beth Reilly, Lisa Kiewe 57 58 1st row Keith Hawk, Gary Scheib, Jeff Shearer, Jude Bervmchak, Duane Maurer, Barry Blefko. Don Chapman; 2nd row Matt Reabold, Mark Wheeler, Eric Stauffer, Mark Spaseff, Dave Lehman, Craig Fultz, Dave Andrews WRESTLING EC OPP 12 Millersville 28 22 Moravian 13 6 East Stroudsburg 35 5 Lafayette 41 1 Columbia 30 17 Franklin Marshall 30 41 Ursinus 12 15 Towson State 29 1 7 Swarthmore 24 5 York 39 2 Gettysburg 8 3 Wilkes 45 35 Albright 9 40 Widener 7 53 Johns Hopkins 4 28 Susquehanna 17 23 Lebanon Valley 13 41 Juniata 9 16 Lycoming 21 15 Delaware Valley 28 N The Blue Jay wrestling team ended a powerful season in 1 977 by pinning down 4th place in MAC competition Sophomore Jude Bervinchak won the MAC title at 1 34 in the MAC tourney. Gary Scheib and Ens Stauffer came in second place in their categories. Finishing with a 7-1 3 record, the matmen should have a winning future. The young team, comprised mostly of sophomores and freshmen, looks forward to the next season where their experience of the 1 977 season will prove valuable. 59 3 % %T Jt 1st row Barry Harting, Dave Oberlander. Richard Dolan. Doug Hufsey. Tom Ferron, Dan Kilby, 2nd row Will Senn. Andy Folmer. Bret Hart. Wayne McCullough, Don Lawler, 3rd row Randy Coldiron. Geoffrey Kitsock. Mick Marcin (co-captain), Dave Doherty, Coach Owen Wright. 4th row Michael Cataldi (co-captain). Gary Wylde. Jerry Futer. Jeff Kurz. Rick Quinn. BASEBALL 60 - «j ' . The 1 97 7 Blue Jay baseball team proved their strength this season with a 1 3-8 record overall and a 4-4 record in the MAC division Co-captain Michael Cataldi and sophomore Tom Ferron led the team in hitting and batting with 301 and 342. respectively Cataldi also led the squad in RBI s with 20 Pitcher Andy Folmer finished the season with an ERA of 7 00 and sophomore Will Senn finished with an ERA of 5.81 In MAC statistics Senn ranked fourth in pitching while Folmer placed sixth With most of the players returning next year, the squad has a promising future. EC OPP 6 Ursinus 2 7 Hobart 1 1 Hobart 12 Juniata 4 21 Juniata 9 7 Scranton 5 1 Scranton 18 6 Franklin Marshall 4 3 Albright 5 Albright 4 3 Wilkes 19 10 Wilkes 15 Susquehanna 4 1 Susquehanna 2 16 Lebanon Valley 5 1 West Chester 21 5 Widener 27 3 Delaware Valley 1 8 Delaware Valley 5 13 Millersville 4 17 Dickinson 3 V ■ ■ 61 ill EC OPP 7 York 1 Western Maryland 6 4 Millersville 3 Bucknell 7 3 Franklin Marshall 4 5 Dickinson 2 7 Wilson Gettysburg 7 6 Albright 1 3TW r ' • ' ■ Bl WOMEN ' S TENNIS Although the Jaygals did not continue their undefeated record this year, the young tennis team turned out an impressive season The doubles team of |unior Maggie Maples and freshman Kathy Stahl made it to the quarterfinals of the MAC championships and sophomore JoAnna Wetzler finished 2nd in the singles consolation finals With a 6-3 overall record this year, the team will have all members returning next season and look forward to a winning future. 1st row Connie Chromster Kathy Stahl Lee Joseph. Mindy Trout Nancy Wilkins (co-captain) JoAnna Wetzler (co-captain) Coach Yvonne Kauffman Kathy Keller. Kathy Goodman Lynn Hambnght Maggie Maples Jenny Henise 62 ' ; ' - V. BHBl l m 63 -f § J The men ' s tennis team continued their winning spirit this season with a 7-3 record overall and a 4-1 record in the MAC division Their tremendous effort gave them second place in the Northwest Division Leaving the Blue Jays this season are seniors Andy Folmer, Steve Haines and Mike Handwerk Folmer made it to the quarterfinals of the MAC tennis championships and finished the season with an 8-1 record A four-year letterman Andy finished with a 31-4 record for his college career 1st row Mike Endy. Ray Handwerk, John Quinn, Steve Haines. 2nd row: Coach Robert Garrett, Jeff Stauffer. Andy Folmer (co-captain), Mike Handwerk, (co-captain), Mark Schmidt MEN ' S T E N N I S EC OPP 8 Ursinus 1 2 Scranton 7 6 Juniata 2 9 Susquehanna 3 Albright 6 2 Gettysburg 7 8 Millersville 1 8 Wilkes 1 9 Lycoming 7 Phila. Textile 2 64 •• ' S ' riiV 65 TRACK AND FIELD fc ; EC OPP 29 Franklin Marshall 1 13 29 Ursinus 39 76 Susquehanna 69 61 Albright 84 71 Dickinson 85 71 Messiah 25 58 York 87 81 Stevens 86 81 Montgomery 122 81 Anne Arundel 93 81 Camden 62 81 Gloucester 46 81 Harford 35 41 Lebanon Valley 105 41 Messiah 25 41 Baptist Bible 15 63 Stevens 82 1st row George Brown Dave Havener, Amy Dubbs Marie Francks. Jim Bean, Rui Rola, 2nd row Bob Kline, Tim Seager. Willie Jones, Dan Noyes. Barry Freedman, Tom Dmochowski Rick McQuade; 3rd row Sue Waggoner (manager) Burt Kirkwood. Jim Yeingst Bob Mumford Wade Pratt Leon Carswell. Gary Newton Don Tyne Rodger Sayre. Coach Lee E Evmger 66 .v - This year ' s track and field team, finishing with a 7-10 record, set many firsts in its four year history As a team, the squad scored the most points ever in any quad meet (41 against Lebanon Valley. Messiah, and Baptist Bible) The Blue Jays also scored the most wins in any one meet (1 2 against Susquehanna) Among the team ' s achievements were also having the most season wins, scoring 480 points overall (the most ever in any one season), and winning four events. The squad finished 1 Oth in a field of 1 9 at the MAC track and field championships With young and enthusiastic returning members, the squad should keep up the winning spirit 67 SOFTBALL Softball names 1st row Doreen Ziegler. Rob King, Beth Bowers. Pat Crossland, Mary Lou Regan, Cindy Shanks, Karen Gallager; 2nd row Coach Pat Rudy, Becky Martin, Holly Ewan, Kathy Tyszka, Midge McAllister, Sue Kozak. Cindy Fisher, Laura Anthony, Barbara Hertel GOLF SWIMMING Rick Abbott Steve Cerreto Joe Fritz Rick Lawver Ed Madenford Ed Murray Phil Rudy Doug Snavely Jeff Stambaugh Steve Suitch Although the swimming and golf team did not fare well In the 1 977 season, both squads are optimistic about the coming season. The Blue Jay swim team turned co-ed this year which proved to be the right decision Freshman Judy Seldomndge finished in three consolations in the MAC tournament while fellow freshman Sandy Rohr placed 8th in the 500 yard freestyle The team as a whole placed 1 2th in freestyle relay The golf team, who lost five strong seniors last year, had a lot of rebuilding to do this season The Blue Jay ' s number one golfer, senior Ed Madenford. tied for ninth place in the MAC tourney Rick Autrey Scott Baker Timothy Breneman David Havener Barry Llewellyn Richard Milner Dana Reese Sandra Rohr Judy Seldomndge Lothar Waterfeld LACROSSE 1st row Diane Dapkiewicz. Betsy Morris, Linda Grefe; 2nd row: Kathy Maser, Debbie Menhardt, Anne Shillingford. Connie Roth, Joanne Loney. E Jane Valas 68 f • «K«K • ' N T R A M U R A 69 ■ FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION So on and on I go, The seconds tick the time out, There ' s so much left to know, And I ' m ON THE ROAD . . . TO FIND OUT ADMINIS OFFICE OF THE TREASURER Row 1; Mr. Wilbur Weaver, Mr. Earl Kurtz — Treasurer, Mr Walter Brown. Row 2, Mr. Greg Hill, Mr. Gerald Risser. OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF THE FACULTY Row 1; Kevin Manning, Nevin Garner, Elizabeth Miller, Virginia Christopher, Ellen Howell, John Cox Row 2, Dianne Hughes, Donna Kautz, Ruth Mumaw, Janet Wasser, Margaret Gable, Anna Carper, Grace Rhen, Dorothy Hamilton, Beth Brandt, Carol Burke, Linda Diamond. Shirley Sellers, Margaret McSparren. John Ranck Center back; Dean Bruce Wilson. 72 tm 3m TRATION OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS James Yeingst — Director of Public Affairs Richard Lytle — Office of Public Information OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Row 1; Beverly Piscitelli, Pat March, Beth Sweitzer, John Tulley, Chris Zirkle, Brenda Peters, Barbara Rechsteiner. Row 2; Barry Friedly, Ken Zirkle, Jim Hilton, Wayne Boyer, Don Yoder, Royal Snavely. 73 ART Mr. Henry Libhart BIOLOGY L to R; Dr James Dively, Dr. Robert Heckman, Dr. Frederick Hoffman, Mr. Ronald Laughlin, Dr Rollin Pepper, Dr. Frank Polanowski Also with the Art Department but not available for a photograph are Anne Stoddar Adams and Karen Wenger. $m 74 • II r JL ■• - V J CHEMISTRY L to R; Mr. Jack Hednck, Miss Zoe Proctor, Dr. Charles Schaeffer, Dr Martin Spangler, Dr. 0. F. Stambaugh COMM. ARTS L to R; Dr Jobie Riley, Dr Jack Sederholm, Mr Donald Smith 75 » wmn; BUSINESS L to R; Mrs. Doris Bitting, Mr. Edgar Bitting, Mr. Edward Bleau, Dr. Jay Buffenmyer, Mrs. Sue Dolan, Miss Martha Eppley, Mr Hugh Evans, Mr. David Flail, Mr George Gliptis, Mr. James Keefer, Mrs. Carroll Kreider, Mr. Donald Muston, Mr. Stanley Neyer, Mr. Marshall Pomroy, Mr. Barney Raffield, Mr. Randy Trostle, Mrs. Barbara Tulley La..--. •%• 2 ft. 76 ' » w., r «■» v ft H JtM Iff fl 11 • 77 EDUCATION L to R; Mr. Stanley Bowers, Dr. Carl Callenbach, Dr Boyd Fox, Dr Gerald Gau, Mr Harry Graham, Dr. Paul Rice, Dr Mary Jane Smart, Dr. Robert Zeigler 78 » .» READING LAB Mrs Jane Crider ENGLISH L to R; Dr. Steven Behrendt, Ms. Louise Black, Mr Carl Campbell, Dr. John Campbell, Dr Thomas Dwyer, Dr. Carmine Sarracino, Dr. William Taylor 79 HISTORY L to R; Mr. Robert Burnett, Dr. Kenneth Kreider, Dr. Richard Mumford, Mr. Herbert Poole, Dr. Bela Vassady, Dr. Thomas Winpenny LANGUAGE L to R; Mr. Uldis Daiga, Ms. Suzanne Flaig, Mrs. Richard Goodling, Mr. James Hightower MATH L to R; Mr. Ernest Blaisdell, Mr. I L. Bossier, Mr. Robert Dolan, Mr. Donald Koontz, Mr. John Koontz, Mr. Robert Morse, Dr. Ronald Shubert 80 WILLI 1 J " 53g 81 i MUSIC S!i L to R; Dr. Darrell Douglas, Ms. Elizabeth Eidenier, Mr. John Harrison, Mr. Otis Kitchen, Mr. James McVoy, Dr. Carl Shull, Mr Harry Simmers, Mr. John Stites ■r: •LA fHAVUTA J ■ E i 82 PSYCHOLOGY L to R; Dr. Robert Cheung, Dr. Paul Dennis, Mr, Delbert Ellsworth, Dr. William Jenkins, Dr. Guido Zanni POLITICAL SCIENCE L to R; Dr Robert Lamontagne, Dr Wayne Selcher, Dr. Michael Worman 83 A O.T. L to R; Mrs. Penny Breitstein, Miss Doris Gordon, Ms. Jean Hiler, Ms. Abby Huffman, Ms. Reba Sebelist PHYS. ED. L to R; Mr Robert Garrett, Miss Yvonne Kauffman, Mr. Kenneth Ober, Mr Donald Smith, Mr John Tulley, Mr Joseph Whitmere, Dr Owen Wright RELIGION PHILOSOPHY L to R; Dr Eugene Clemens, Dr William Puffenburger, Dr Austin Ritterspach, Mr Armon Snowden, Dr Stanley Sutphin 85 •A PHYSICS EARTH SCIENCE L to R; Mr. Herbert Custer, Mr. Lee Evinger, Dr. Rene Hope, Mr Glenn Thompson SOCIOLOGY L to R; Mr. Russell Elsenbise, Mr Bruce Lehr, Dr. Henry Long, Mrs. Sharon Raffield 86 IN MEMORIAM The clock of life is wound but once And no man has the power To tell just when the hands will stop At late or early hour. Now is the only time you own, Live, love, toil with a will. Place no faith in tomorrow for The clock may then be still. Miss M. Evelyn Poe Robert M Moore Dr. Joseph P. Zaccano 87 UNDERCLASSMEN Well I hit the rowdy road, And many kinds I met there, Many stories told me Of the way to get there; ON THE ROAD . . . TO FIND OUT F U N D E R S ,M • « ' • A-1 1st row: Scott Frazier, Paul Miller, Bill Allen, John Eason, 2nd row: Jeff Tamburo, Rui Rola, Ron Heisey, Dave Holcroft, Gary Verazin, 3rd row Scott Ocamb, Craig Ginger, Mark Motter, Bernie Krupa. Eric Stauffer, Gary Baker A-2 1st row Tina Mondschein. Evelyn Johnson, Beth Peiffer Lynn Peiffer, Lynn Bisbing, Janet Hoehn, Janet Hoffman. Sharon Holler: 2nd row Kim Brosemer, Bev Houser, Wendy Chin, Beryl Backus, Louis Mezaros. Mary Reid, Gretchen Lohse, Janet Vogel, 3rd Row Libby Smith, Arlene Green, Gaye Travis. Joan McCandless, Jane Shatzman. Liz Barton. Linda Grefe. Dianne Bessette 2nd A-3: 1st row Cathy Gotch (Roomie 2) Kathy. Kath row Janice Rohland, Kathy Grace, Kathy Liberator! Kathy (Katy J). Holly Carmint, Sandi Liberaton: 3rd row Beth Helman Ji lien Calvert Chen Allison (Roomie 1). Melanie Heinz, Marlane Overmgton 92 1. ' J ■ ' A-3 1 st Row Susie Q Wilson, Buchie Bucher. Fluffy. Cookie. Nancy Hahn. Little Lon Hawthorne, 2nd row Mary Connie Conehead Heckel; 3rd row: Lee Joseph, Sanci Annas, Tu. H.L Dunlap, Barbie Mane Musselman, Joanne Dip Anderson. Denise Delesio 93 B-1 : THE SEXY SWINGING SINGLES: 1 st row: Denlse LeFrancois, Vicky Jo Munger, Karol Briggs, Sue Waggoner (RA) B-2 1st row: Jane McDivett, Eva Hemenck, Sherray Gould. Anne Messina, Laura Flemming, 2nd row Pam Marburger. Kathy Hughes. Donna Kusnierczyk I B-2 L-R Judy Wilder, Jean 8urton Ann Seiben, Cathy Ashby Lynette Kean Trina Schwing Carol Heisner. Marianne Tezak Wendy Ried Betsey Kirk Ann Cybulski Teresa Rowe Beth Altland Annette Mormile 94 . - - ■ B-3: 1st Row Missy Weaver, Nancy Davies, Luci Stuart, Paula Bradly 2nd row: Robin Carvutto, Laurie Garen, Janet McGrath, Nina Filoromo. Nancy Trent B-3: 1st row Wanda Williams, Maggie Maples, Aileen Fink, Sue Borowski, Kathy Tyszka; 2nd row Peggy Stevens, Aileen Burdge, Cheryl Borton, Sue Bitts, Cathy Gumbert, Cathy Gust n 95 C-1 1st row Marie Francks. Rhonda Heindel. Kim Swift, Barbara Wightman. Janet Bigham, Rochelle Angstadt, 2nd row: Alison Scott, Kate Hawrylo, Juli Showalter, Mary Lou Regan, Amy Dubbs m v C-2 West 1st row Jane Weber, 2nd row Kathy Keller Barbara Krier, Dawn Schlossman, 3rd row Lisa Kiewe Julie Meiler, Amy Stone, Cindy Shanks C-2 East 1 st row Janet Dowdy. Leigh Beattie, Maureen Maggese Betsey Smith, Karen Pnnciotta; 2nd row: Janet Shapiro, Diane Artz, Sherry Morgan, Lisa Marx 96 m tim » mm. mm m w C-3 East 1st row: Lynda McCutcheon, Marsha DeHaas, Karen Bentzel. 2nd row: Sandy Beans, Nina Shover. Sue Schreiber. Bebop. 3rd row: Susan MacLean, Judy Fuller. Lois Fembleaux, Nancy Grace ■■ IMUUvfo) C-3 West 1st row: Lois Brown, Frog, Lisa Thommes, 2nd row Bonny Tshudy, Mary Jo Beotsch, Nancy Coyne; 3rd row Gayle Hayes, Kim Plouish. Page Palmer, Bev " John " Smith, Sue Mom Lesher, Chris Graden . I 1 97 I- i D-1 1st row: Mark Stevenson, Evan Prytherch, Eric Schmidt, Cassie Robertson, Terry Gordon, Bret Hart, 2nd row: Don Whitman, Mike Pizzi. John Zilla; 3rd row: Bill Biglaski, Nathan Guttman, Rich Whitman, Lou Jackubowski, Stephen Douglas, Bob Nichols D-3 North 1st row Rick Long, Paul Gerding, Perry Hoover. Kevin Keane. 2nd row John Strickler, Jeff Kitsock, Ken Webb Brady Groff Randy McCarty, Brad Poore, Bruce Bausher 98 D-2 Top: Kerry Cordas, Frank Armor, Dwayne Weaver. Mike Stoudt. Glenn Rodell, 2nd row Jeff Scheib. Brad Slonaker. Bill Downes. Jim Yeingst. Dave Morris, Wayne Huyard, Rob Beyer; Front Joel Reynolds, Bob McNeil. Bernie Wise, Mike Larkin. Pete Rowland, Mark Spasseff, Dean Goick; Bottom: (Bogie) Leon Carswell, (Bread) Cornell Banks D-3 South: 1st row Jeff Gosnell, Rick Ensslen, Dave Fake; 2nd row Ray Tierney, Ed Maidenford. Doug Palaskey, Rey Ocbo. Brian Myer. Ralph Richard, 3rd row Mike Spangler. Dave Behrs, Rob Lombardi, Drew Sole, Tom Woodson 99 £• I FOUNDERS RA ' S — Row 1 Craig Clinger. Allison Scott, Janice Rohland, Rick Long, Don Witman, Kerry Kordes, Row 2 Cindy Shanks, Sue Waggoner, Annette Morm ille, Bev Smith, Tina Monschein, Cathy Gust FOUNDERS DORM COUNCIL - Row 1 Kevin Keane. Cathy Gumbert Vicky Jo Munger, Row 2 Chris Zirkle, Juli Showalter, Janet Hoehn Marlane Ovenngton 100 t - SCHLOSSER DORM COUNCIL — Row 1: Mary Lynn Geesaman, Kathy Kelly. Lynne McGhee, Connie Gallow, Mary Sauers; Row 2: Patrice Camerini, Jan Clifford, Tina Kulp, Mary Myer; Row 3: Mary Ann Biddle, Leslie Krieble. Beth Sweitzer. Martha Claar. Nancy Shallenberger, Virginia Pack. SCHLOSSER RA S — Deb Gosnell, Beth Sweitzer, Maggie Heim, Anne Denney, Pam Senft, Kathy Burcin 101 e :.. . r : SCHLOSSER 1 EAST Mary Jo Loftus, Debbie Gosnell, Lynn McGee. Silvia King. Joann Coruzzi, Mindy Trout, Lort Snelling, Maria Escallon. Mary Ann Merel. Robin Stranger, Kathy Kellogg, Sandy Rohr, Ardyth " Ants " Holder, Nance Glattfelder, Carol " Spent " . Kim Geiesemer, " Linear " Cooke, Mary " Disco " Chowansky, Nancy Conway, " Quenze " . Juli Loy J£?ft$ l SCHLOSSER 2 WEST Row 1 : Marcia Merman. Mary Beth Schmidt, Lorraine Miller, Ruth Richmond; Row 2 Holly Ewan, Pam Shay. Kathy Rehfuss. Row 3 Cheryl Fnedlin, Jane Thomas; Row 4 Sue Densten, Diane Nelson, E Jane Valas; Row 5 Cathie Donahue, Belinda Kline, Kitty Nicademus. 102 •1 fr SCHLOSSER 2 WEST: Row 1 Pam Senft. Carrie Billbrough, Tina Kulp, Raelene Maser; Row 2: Janet Trenkamp. Vicki Duimstra, Beth Housman; Row 3: Linda Mann, Joanne Kocserha, Leslie Kriebel; Row 4 Mary Lynn Ward, Nancy Doll; Row 5 Mary Jo Wasser, Sharon Ryan, Row 6 Robin Dodge, Mary Myer 103 ' VMF- ' l SCHLOSSER 3 EAST Kathy Kuzava. Kathy Kelly, Mary Lynn Geesaman, Kathy Maser; Row 2 Susan Stair, Genny Gill, Jeanne loeffler, Sue Hineline, Sue Whitley; Row 3 Joyce Barnette. Elaine Daly. Lisa Polder. Elaine Murray SCHLOSSER 3 EAST Row 1 Dawn Spaar Connie Gallow. Lisa Kramer, Marge Paterson. Ruthanne Handy. Nancy Zinn, Row 2 Bindy Kaercher, Laurie Jacobsen Janice Hill, Sharon Kurowski, Row 3 Barbara McCoy Kathy Peraino Ellen Anthony Elizabeth Cale Row 4 Diane Huber Lynn Hambnght Anne Denney Connie Bahn Joan Pavigliamti Kathy Goodman Robyn Pollina 104 11 ' SCHLOSSER 3 WEST Row 1 Janyce Bates, Jeanne Koury. Deb Johnson, Jeannine Shirtz, Nancy Shallenberger, Row 2: Mary Ellen Mera n, Laura Brigance, Kim Slavecki, Sue Kozak, Elaine Bauer, Nancy Hess, Ruth Ann Lee, Paula Covella SCHLOSSER 3 WEST Row 1 Sue Weber, Anne Siefert, Kris Winters, Row 2: Patti Lebby, Donna Fitzpatrick, Mary Ann Biddle, Row 3: Kathy Burcln, Cathy Welch; Row 4 Kathy Griscom, Anne Wooley. Cyndie Lenker, Ginny Pack, Doris Weisert; Row 5: Kathy Boland, Nancy Charles, Mane Kobylinski. Deb Menhardt, Peggy Ackerson 105 - niinnni ORCHARD Row 1 Len, Curt, Ron, Mary, Pam, Row 2 Baba, Stacks, Rob Roger, Cat, Dan. CO — OPS Sigma Beth, Rosa, Barb Nancy, Ann, Jill. Bobbi. Sharon. Donna BIRCHES Clare Hodick Terry Pruitt. Karen Werner, Gail Redding 106 • . 4K - ' . CO — OPRAS Row 1 Sue Valentine. Deb Blecker. Sharon Hess, Row 2 Rob Harrison. Clare Hodick Mark Luccio 107 The yearbook staff regrets that most of the floor pictures from Myer, Royer, Bnnser and Ober did not turn out. Your disappointment can only equal our own. but we hope that the extended candid section we have Included will help fill the gap. MYER 3 WEST Row 1 Sue Ebersole Patty Eberly Cindy Page Diane Forster: Row 2 Donna Walton. Sue Bozarth, Lisa Lang. Polly Oldis, Row 3 Mary — Cay Nelson Miriam Hebrank. Cindy Craig. Demse Kramer Row 4 Maureen Bnen. Jean Reed, Lorraine Conhn Sue Hand, Donna Kafka. Karen Uckert. Melinda Osmon. Row 5 Gayle Kline. Karen Mummert 108 MYER DORM COUNCIL Row 1 : Barb Hertel, Carol Leinbach. Jody Wertz, Row 2 Beth Sweitzer, Sharon Grunow, Marilyn Mornssey, Connie Roth, Kathy Gallagher MYER 3 EAST Row 1 Julie Milanick. Cindy Cope, Joy Little, Sharolyn Bowman, Row 2: Carol Leinbach, Meg Lumerson, Judy Menosky, Kathy Jones, Donna Reed; Row 3 Jenny Hart, Jody Wertz, Jeanne Carson, Row 4 Pattie Branum Pam Deegan. Sally, Jud, Susan Bolle. Fran Gross, Kay Ella Bleecher, Carol Cote. 109 t- i v - ( ir- X Q4$i% 1 ' ■ ■ f f L L I ■V . v ;■:; ROYER 1 NORTH Row 1 Robin Gleim. Joyce Goforlh Jill Stambaugh. Row 2 Beth Reilly Nancy Sickler Janice Gale Row 3 Linda Blanchett. Teresa Hughes Kalhy Labe 110 • ROYER 1 SOUTH Row 1 Sandi Postupack. Donna Duguette, Ellen Judd Beth Bowers, Row 2 Debbie Crouse, Barb Guss Stef Klein, Sandy Nut! Ann Shellenberger. Cheryl Messick. Diane Burkey, Chris Lofstrom 111 l i ROYER DORM COUNCIL Row 1 Liz Collins Nancy Sickler Evelyn Kuester. Louise Hanley Row 2 Ruth Greenly Beth Sweitzer, Linda Blanchett. Janice Snyder Aileen Hozella Barbara Guss Row 3 Jody Swope Cindy Severance, Jenny Smith 112 i 113 BRINSER 2 SOUTH Row 1 Jim Morris. Mark Koernig. Marc Rustici, Phil Gold. Row 2 Allan Heney, Rick Qulnn. Will Senn, Jim Moschini, Cliff Rich, Scott Jones 114 ' ] ■ ' - BRINSER 3 SOUTH: Steve Newcomer, Bart Billbrough, Wally Durst, Wayne Beal, Bone McKnight, Mike Endy, Doug Kaar, Dennis Waddell, Sico. Kevin Kappra, Tiny, Jim Hoerr, Burt Kirkwood, Robert " Gooch " Goccia, " Satfro " Satow, Duane " Wrestler " Maurer, Rusty, Marty, Clemente, Chris. 1 15 m " ifc-J ■ rm 1 1 i w JV v V lv I K M 116 I . » BRINSER 3 NORTH Row 1 John Horn, Chuck Hertz, Eli Whitley, Tim Trayer, Row 2 Dod Kleiss, Dave Hiznay, Wade Melhorn, Mike Blake, Row 3 Mike Anderson, Jeff McCloy ti fe£- ' 1 1 • | 1 17 1 18 • : |fc .S " MJii f ' 1 g 4 XT 119 « SENIORS ' ) » tjm ■■ -■. - ' • Well I left my happy home To see what I could find out; There ' s so much left to know And I ' m ON THE ROAD . . . TO FIND OUT M ■ GEORGE Ft. ABBOTT History Rick from Mendham, N J was a four year member of the golf team, participated on the soccer team, and worked in the B S C bowling alley Of college life he comments Even through a tough adiustmeni period Freshman year, the experience of college will be a never ending enrichment for my life It matures one and brings together people that will be life long friends JOSEPH A ADELEYE Elementary Education Joseph from Kabba, Kwara State Nigeria, found college life at Elizabethtown most interesting A December graduate who enjoys tennis and photography Joseph plans to return to Nigeria and resume his work m the Civil Service GLENN A AMZLEFt Health Care Management Wall Townsh.p N J JONELLE S ANDREWS Forestry Recently married Jonnelle has been involved in a variety of college activities In sports she has been a member of four teams — basketball cross country swimming and Softball and m communications she served as cartoonist for the Etownian yearbook photographer i 7 7) and on the board of WWEC Member of the Judical Board and vice-president of the Myer Dorm Council Jonelle plans to continue working as a manager of the cafeteria bakery and take classes part time until her husband David graduates HERBERT J ARRINGTON III Social Dynamics Herbert better known as Smokey. comes from Suitland Maryland Member of the varsity basketball team he was also on the staff of The Etownian and was a member of the Black Student Union In his spare time Smokey enjoys hobbies such as pamtmg sculpture and pnntmaking BETH A ARTZ Music Education Beth Ann from Llewellyn Pa was an outstanding student at E-town Member of nearly every m organisation she served as treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta president of Band Staff member of Campus Gold Sigma Lambda Sigma Senate and was Pep Band director The most interesting thing that occurs at college nple grow and change Change keeps the world moving forward and being m college certainty helps expedite these changes Beth Ann plans lo become a good band director and teacher alter graduation 122 BEVERLY A BAKER Psychology — Religion Philosophy There are no strangers only friends we haven t met reflects Bev from Bala-Cynwyd College was one big growing expei Some enpenences were beautiful and fun but there were also hard iimRs The knowledge I gained about human nature and myself make it all wonh n I think Bev was a varsity cheerleader a member of the Psychology Club and was on the Synchro Team Her future plans include working with children and graduate school STEPHANIE BARBAGALLO Medical Technology The college faculty reflects Steph, is Efizabethiown s greatest asset Here one finds a sincere interest in the student personally and academically along with a concern for his or her professional future From Swedesboro NJ Steph was active as secretary of Alpha Lambda Delta, psychology assistant switchboard operator, and member of the Med Tech Club A Deans List Scholar finishing her clinical year at Hamsburg Hospital. Steph hopes to find work m the Philadelphia area • • CHARLES K BARKMAN JR Accounting Chip led an active life at Ehzabethtown A member of SAM the Accounting Club and the Judicial Board he was also vice- president of the Senior Class and was a hall representative for three years In his spare time. Chip enjoys many sports and hobbies which include tennis swimming, hiking rapelhng and photography His postgraduate plans include corporate accounting employment and ultimately joining the F B I DIRK BARKMAN Religion Philosophy Woodbury N J JANYCE R BATES Early Childhood Education Janyce from Haddon Heights N J transferred to E-town her junior year after earning an associate degree in early childhood education from Camden County College Active in many phases of college life — Campus Gold Christian Science Organization Intramurals PSEA Choral Union Dorm Council and Outdoor Club Janyce looks forward to teaching but I will miss E-town friends profs the crazmess even the soggy dell They will hold a special place m my heart AUTHUR C BAUGHMAN Music Education An a resident of Mount Joy was involved in many of the college music organizations including Concen Band Choral Union Brass Ensemble Jazz Band Brass Quintet and Orchestra In addition he was a member of MENC Art ' s future plans include a teaching career in music 123 , WAYNE H BEAL Elementary Education Wayne from Feasterville. Pa was the varsity goalkeeper of the soccer team for three years and participated in many intramural sports A Bnnser RA. Wayne says, " The four years I ' ve spent at Eli?abethtown have been among the best of my life I ve met many friends here, including my girlfriend Alison College has also allowed me to learn about myself and has hopefully prepared me for the future After graduation, Wayne hopes to find a job as an elementary school teacher and also to coach soccer and baseball LEIGH BE ATT IE Business Administration A member of SAM Marketing Club and Dorm Council, Leigh was also a manager of the soccer team for two years A resident of Fair Haven N J, she says this about college life I enjoyed the time I spent here but I must admit that it s the people I ve met that I ' ll miss the most Leigh would like to utilize her business administration background by becoming a buyer in a large clothing store DWICHT BECHTOLD Business Administration Being married, living on campus and going to college full time is like having your cake and eating it. too My wife and I can have privacy in our apartment and share each others companionship plus share the interaction with students in campus activities Dwight was a familiar face in the cafeteria where he worked as student manager Vice-president of Eta Phi Sigma Dwight was also involved in intramural sports. SAM. IVCF, Marketing Club and the Forensic Club 1 WEND! J BELL Accounting Wendi from Ocean Grove N J worked all her college years as student assislant in the O ' ' Public Information In addition she was two time treasurer and president of the Myer Dorm Council business manager of the Etownian and member of the Accounting Cub and SAM A December graduate Wendi looks forward to a job m accounting but says I will always remember my friends and the good times we had together JEFFREY L BERKEY History A resident of Wmdber Pa Jeff was a member of the History Club Phi Alpha Theta and enioyed intramural sports In his spare time he likes to read, work with wood and make furniture Recently married Jeff plans on attending law schoi ition 124 v r MARY A. BIDDLE Biology I ve preuy much accomplished everything I set out to do and have made some lifelong friends I hope this school never loses the friendliness and closeness that I have found here Holding a long list of accomplishments Mary Ann from Lewistown Pa served as Schlosser RA and Dorm Council President while also working as a biology assistant This talented senior was also active in Campus Theatre and Concert Band while still finding time to do volunteer work A Dean s List student and member of Sigma Lambda Sigma. Mary Ann plans to attend graduate school in a medical related field G. B BILLBROUGH Political Science History It has been very interesting going to a school outside of my home state The people in the Elizabethtown area are friendly and I have enjoyed going here Bart from Clarksboro N J served as senator. Bnnser Dorm treasurer, basketball statistician and was a member of the Political Science Club Active in four intramural sports. Bart comments. I will always remember my last soccer game Upon graduation, Bart plans to go on to graduate school QUENTIN BISHOP Sociology A transfer student from Roberts Wesleyan College where he was a basketball co-captam. Quentm participated in intramural softball volleyball, and basketball and enjoys other spons in his spare time including camping, hiking swimming and tennis He was involved as an Admissions Associate for the college, was a Scuba Club member and vice-president of the Sociology Club Quentm hopes to be involved m public relations or personnel management after graduation AMY L BOOTHMAN Medical Secretary It all goes so fast says Amy who came to E-town from Lancaster. Pa Remembered for all her performance in The Bald Soprano . she also participated in volleyball and bowling mtramurals Her hobbies include eating popcorn drinking whiskey sours and watching late movies Amy graduated m December and plans to find a job as a medical secretary and continue her education in as many fields possible LINDA BOYCE Mathematics Linda from Ocean City N J was active m many facets of college life Honor student senator and theatre enthusiast, she also started the college Math Club two years ago Member of Sigma Lambda Sigma Linda held a variety of campus |obs including math and physics assistant and tutor A December graduate Linda plans to pursue a career in teaching or computer programming and of college life she says I loved it but I ' m ready to move on 125 SUSAN C BOZARTH Occupational Therapy " I ' ve enjoyed my college years They ' ve been filled with lots of work friends and activities I ' m thankful to all who ' ve helped me through the tough spots E-town has helped me grow as a person as well as prepare for a career m Occupa- tional Therapy Sue from Trenton. N J , participated in numerous campus activities including Myer R A . member of Student Senate Campus Life Council, T Club and Special Events Committee She is the recipient of two outstanding Service awards from Senate JOAN BRANKOWITZ Medical Technology Westwood N J PATRICIA L BRANUM Biology Patty from North East Maryland was on the swim team and worked as a teaching assistant for swim- ming classes Listing her hobbies as horseback riding needlework and going to Ridgeview with Pam Patty has one comment about col- lege life — It s been interesting ' (take that any way you want ) TINA F BRASSINGTON erapy A transfer student from Slippery Rock State College Tina has been active at Eiuabethtown particularly I eld ol mustc where she was a member of the Orchestra Concert Band and Music Therapy Club Tma s enjoyment of music also led her to work as a music director at King $ Canyon National Park in Cai. forma A resident of Ashland P A Tina s future plans include getting mamed traveling and us ng my life to the best of my potential 126 ■ - . CAROLYN BROWN Early Childhood Education Akron Pa GABBY C BROWN Political Science College life to me is a challenge and an ultimate experience, m order to go through one has 10 have an indefatigable zeal to succeed coupled with working assiduously and conscientiously towards am bilious goals because all said is not yet done Gabby from Accra Ghana, plans to continue his educa- tion in graduate school then return to his motherland to work towards political and economics devel- opment KATHRYN BROWN Accounting There are a lot of small people in big places, so don t look for me among them comments Kaye an Elizabethtown native Member of SAM Accounting Club, she was in- volved in Jazz Band. Clarinet Quar- tet and Pa State Intercollegiate Band for four years and Concert Band for five years Kaye plans to find a career in public accounting, active hobby in music and her peace in life CYNTHIA J BUCHER Accounting Cynthia, a resident of Annville. Pa . was a member of SAM and the Accounting Club during her years at E-town She was also a cheerleader during her freshman and soph- omore years In her spare time Cynthia enjoys swimming and nee- dlepoint Her future plans include working for an accounting firm or in a bank ANNE BUFFINl Pre-Nursing Uniondale LI NY KATHY A BURCIN Biology During her years at E-town Kathy has participated in int ramural vol- leyball the volleyball marathon Schlosser Dorm Council, and the Biology Club College life has pro- vided me with some of the best times of my life reflects Kathy a Schlosser RA . but it has also giv- en me a chance to grown into a more mature and understanding person An assistant and dis- cussion leader in General Biology Kathy will graduate in 1982 from The Philadelphia College of Osteo- pathic Medicine 127 TERRY M BURDETTE Mathematics Terry s affinity for sports is well demonstrated by his participation in intramural basketball softball foot- ball, bowling, and racquetball A member of the Math Club, he played basketball for E-town Terry from Dickenson, Md worked for the Department of Health. Educa- tion and Welfare in the summers and will work for the government as a statistician SUSAN C BURG Music Education Sue from Red Lion Pa is a mem- ber of the York Symphony She dis- played her talent on the French horn in many college organi;ations including Concert Band Orchestra and Brass Ensemble Member of MENC and Geology Club, she also served as band manager and taught in the Prep Department Upon grad- uation Sue would like to teach mu- KIM BURKHARDT Psychology Kim Burkhardt from Florence NJ was active in the Psychology Club while at E-town She was also in- volved in an internship program at Hummelstown Children s Hospital and did some substitute teaching In her spare time Kim was an avid boater Kim enjoyed her years of college life and after graduation m December looks forward to substi- tute teaching in New Jersey and then going on to a job m the area of psychology THOMAS A BYERS Accounting When I came here freshman year I already thought life was a little itrange As I leave I can see that four years of college living hasn t changed the prognosis It ' s a good lime though ' President of the Ac counting Club and an Obei RA ■ -it SAM [ " his ori resident was mber of several intra teams including volleyball basket ball and softball His future plans include working for art accounting firm SHARON A CALLAHAN Early Childhood Elementary Educa- tion Sharon comes from Menon Pa Whtle m college she was w dorm council judicial board and PSEA In addition she worl the post office Some hobbies she enjoys are skiing photography par- tying and ' procrastinating After graduation in Oecember she plans to get a job teaching or go on an led sknng holiday 128 • " : , R4 7WC5 CAMERINI Medical Secretary I ve always thought there were two facets to college life, being able to do your best scholastically but also realizing the need for good times One of the highlights of Patrice Camenm s good times was when she and her friends came to the Halloween dinner dressed as a six-pack From Tamagua Pa Pa- tni i plans to find a medical secre- tary job m the Philadelphia area JEFFREY L CARL Business Administration Hanover Pa JEANNE CARSON Business Administration Patncipation in SAM Marketing Club Outdoor Club and women s basketball were the highlights of Jeanne s college years A resident of New Cumberland she was also involved in volleyball, basketball, and bowling mtramurals and enjoys biking and swimming in her spare time Jeanne s future plans include working in a manager training pro- gram in a bank ROBIN CARVUTTO Business Administration Otherwise known as Carlotta Robin is most often seen or heard around the backdoor bakery or Ober A- 3 As a Founders B-3 resident her interests include dancing, socializ- ing and spending money She has worked m the cafeteria for three years and danced with Don Yoder in two 24-hour dance marathons Upon graduation Robin plans to rel irn to her hometown of Wilton Connecticut And in the swei of friendship let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures MICHAEL CATALDI Sociology Reading Pa 129 ' LOIS A. CHRISTIANSEN Elementary Education People I have known and seen Places I have been How beautiful in memories To see them all again L YNN CIRINO Psychology Holbrook New York MARTHA J CLAAR An ounting I think I will always consider these four years at Elizabethtown as one of the best times of my life reflects Martha whose home is in Duncansville Pa She was a volun- teer at Elizabethtown Children ' s Hospital and involved in many campus activities including Sigma Lambda Sigma Concert Band SAM, Alpha Lambda Delta in- tramural bowling and Schlossef Dorm treasurer Following gradu- ation Martha plans to pursue a ca- reer as a C PA RONALD J CLARKE Biology Ron was active m many college groups including Biology Club, Stu- dent Senate Academic Council, SAM and Abraxas He also worked in the training room and partici- pated in intramural sports This resi- dent of Media Pa plans to enter the field of medicine after gradu- ation CRAIG T CLINGER Accounting Craig hopefully a future C P A was a Dean s List student member of the Accounting Club and a Found ers A 1 RA during his senior year ity soccer and several mtramurals Craig is best re membered as a charter member of the distinguished soccer group Chickenshit Bench Commenting on his college experience he feels. something well worth while and never to be forgotten PATRICIA CODY Social Science Huntington N Y 130 ' ■■ ' « - -: ' ] - lff w h ELIZABETH M COLLINS Anlhfopology Sociology Li2. from Washington D C was in- volved m Orchestra Scuba Club and intramural volleyball while at- tending E-town Serving as Royer Dorm treasurer she also volun- teered at Elizabethtown Children ' s Hospital In her spare time she en loys horseback nding and is a multi- faceted craftsman Liz plans to at- tend graduate school m the future to receive a degree m Occupational Therapy K MBERLYM CONNER Business Education From Havertown Pa Kim received the Ruth Eshleman Althouse Schol- i ' id the Herman G Enterhne Scholarship upon coming to Eliza- .ri During her college years •ked as a tutor and an earth science lab assistant Recipient of Ihe Administrative Management Award and the Flavia Martz Baug- hei Memorial Teaching Award. Kim plans to find a job m teaching MELISSA H COOPER Business Management Lancaster Pa CYNTHIA E. COPE Accounting My years at E-town have been an invaluable experience to me both academically and personally I feel E-iown has prepared me well in the field of business but equally important it has left me with many friends and memories that I ' ll ch er- ish forever Cindy from New Cum- berland worked m the cafeteria and participated in Synchro. Accounting Club hockey team and the Dance- A-Thon She plans to work for AMP after graduation 131 •-:. CARMAN COPPOL Business Adminislralion (Marketing) Claymonl Delaware ROBERT L. COWAN Business Administration Lewistown. Penna MARY JO CULL NAN Business Administration During her years at Elizabethlown Mary Jo has been acnve in the Mar- keting Club and also m the Society tor ihe Advancement of Manage- ment In her free time she enjoys such hobbies as cooking sewing, reading and a variety of sports Mary Jo plans to work in an agency or retail store in the field of advertis- ing JESS D ALTON Early Childhood Education Rockville Center N Y ELAINE C DALY Chemistry Medical Technology E-town has exposed me to various types of individuals the majority being very friendly However there were those exceptions who paral- reek-end meals cold bland rare and tough Elaine Daly from Newport Pa served SS dent of the Med Tech Club and chemistry lab assistant while at E- imical year at Polyclinic Medical Center she hopes to settle m a rural area and work ai I ispital 132 NANCY E. DAVIE S English Man is an instrument over which a series of external and internal im- pressions are driven like the alter- nations of an ever-changing wind over an Aeolian lyre, which move it by their motion to ever-changing melody — Percy Bysshe Shelley Thank you Mr Behrendt, for con- necting so well JO-PAMELA DEEGAN Communication Arts As secretary of the senior class Pam has been active in many as- pects of the college She has been involved with Sock Buskin and the Concert Choir She has also worked as an assistant to Dr Riley Commenting on college life Pam slated. You meet a lot of new friends and do a lot of growing up She plans to find a career in some phase of public relations CYNTHIA DERSTINE Social Work Cynthia A December graduate from Souderton. Pa found college to be a unique living experience I will remember all the good times and have learned from the bad times While at E-lown. Cynthia worked in the Jays Nest and was a member of the social work club She plans to pursue a career in social work ROBERT B DIETZ Marketing and Management A cross-country motorcycle trip with a few friends followed by a career in marketing research are some of Bob s future plans During his col- lege years this Mendham N J resi- dent was involved in the Marketing Club and intramural football and Softball Bob enjoys weight lifting, sports, and making furniture in his spare time WILLIAM S Dl GEORGE Psychology Bill ffom Ivyland Pa , was a mem- ber of the varsity Cross Country Team and enjoyed intramural sports while at E-town He also was a member of The Student Senate Academic Council and vice-presi- dent of the Psychology Club Bill worked as a psychology department assistant and summer RA and in his spare time enjoyed playing the guitar and partying After gradu- ation in December Bill plans to at tend graduate school 133 GINA Dl NINO Accounting Allentown, Pa NANCY K DOLL Accounting Throughout her college years. Nan- cy has participated in SAM and the Accounting Club, in which she was president during her senior year Outside her major she was on the Activities Planning Board and the Schlosser Dorm Council Working in the Admissions Office during the school term Nancy has worked as a public accountant during the sum- mer and after graduation she plans to pursue her accounting career fur- ther i ■ " ■ ■ ' ■•. VMtfM KAREN DOODY Occupational Therapy Cresskill, N J NANCY L DOUBT Social Science Psychology being .i member of the girls swim team and hockey team Nan- cy from Wilmington Oei was also active m the intramural program while here at E town Sh. student assistant m the Counseling md also an RA tn Schlosser Nancy is in terested m arts and crafts as well as sports 134 - -- IK - DAVID B DROTHLER Biology Medical Technology With interests ranging from Horti- culture to gourmet cooking, this na- tive ol Harr«5burg has been busy with a double major of Biology and Med Tech Jobs on campus include a discussion leader and lab assistant for General Biology, research assist- ant in Microbiology greenhouse as- sistant work in the caf and tutor- ing A lifetime of goodtimes " has been spent at college and he gives special appreciation to Mr Yoder for his encouragement VICKI L. DUIMSTRA Accounting E town has taught me a lot educa- tionally and socially But without the fnends I ' ve had it would have been nothing Thanks These words of gratitude are from a girl who was involved in a number of clubs while at E-town Vicki, from Belvidere N.J was active in the Accounting Club APB, Schlosser Dorm C and she was the vice-president of SAM Vicki plans to pursue a chal- lenging career m ihe field of public accounting DENiSE DURiSON Early Childhood Education Activities for this Harnsburg resi- dent include membership in Choral Union, Sock Buskin the Outdoor Club for which she served as secre- tary doing volunteer work and being an RA in Royer Dean s List honors were achieved several times as well as membership in Sigma Lambda Sigma serving as us corre- sponding secretary Attendance at Elizabethtown has been a growing experience and future plans in- clude a position teaching young children MARY EGAN Elementary Education A resident of Ridgeway Pa Mary was a member of PSEA and enjoyed sewing and horseback riding After graduation she hopes to find a teaching position JOHN EASON Accounting Very active m the field of business John was a member of the Account- ing Club and SAM while here on campus and worked as an assistant to be an accountant for a govern- ment agency College is an en- lightening experience which broad- , ■ ■ ii horizon m many diverse says this resident of Camp Hill Upon graduation John hopes to secure a job in accounting and latei attend } .iduate school PHILIP I. EBIKWO Elementary Education Philip came to E-town from Ogbo- godo. Benue State Nigeria Before coming to America. Philip was a teacher and served as secretary to the local school board m Dekma Benue State Nigeria After gradu- ation m December Philip hopes to attend graduate school 135 . ANDREA S. EVELER Political Science Sports have been a big part of this Red Lion native s life Besides play- ing m several mtramurals she also served as manager for Ihe Women ' s Field Hockey and Basketball teams As a member of the Etowman staff, she has rounded out her activities Future plans include attendance at law school Her residence at Eliza bethtown has led to the admittance of her brother George (80} and sis- ter Dawn | 82l PAUL FERGUSON Business Administration Sports have been a big influence on the life of this Ft Washington in- hab ' tani Intramural participation m soccer football softball volleyball and basketball have fulfilled his ath leiic image tempered with interests m playing and listening to n Membership in SAM and the Mar- keting Club have kept the business field alive with future plans for working in the advertising held Col- lege life has been fun. but it s time now to grow up JEFFREY L FINKBINER Social Work Musk appreciation has kept this Lancaster resident active m Concert Choir Concert Band and Jai? Band Jobs on campus include working in the cafeteria and Post Office In his senior year he became President of the Social Work Club Future plans include attendance at Bethany Theo- sminary CHRISTINE E. F ORE English Lewistown Pa 136 .- - ANDREW J. FOLMER Accounting This Lebanon resident is best noted for his four years of play on the baseball team and tennis team where he served as co-captain his junior and senior years Other activi- ties include membership in SAM Accounting Club intramural sports and refereemg He was also a mem- ber of Abraxas Future plans include starting a job with the firm of Ernst and Ernst in Harnsburg in August 1978 AGATHA R FORMICA Business Administration An early graduate Aggie is from Dowmngtown Pa While at E-town she was on RA in Royer and in- volved m the Marketing Club. SAM and intramurals -J ' fllf DARLENE G FOUST Business Administration A business interest and a love for the outdoors have kept this Gettys- burg resident busy on campus Ac- tivities include membership in the Marketing Club SAM Geology and Outdoor Clubs Her hobbies include horseback riding, playing tennis, and skiing She relates that the ex penences gained in college are ir- replaceable, and her most imme- diate future plan is marriage to Da- vid Graybill, a 1977 graduate in August of 1978 JANICE FRIDAY Social Work Warminster Pa DEBRA J. FULTZ Elementary Education Debbie A December graduate from Elizabethtown, was very active all her college years In addition to working as student assistant in the Registrar s Office, she was a mem- ber of the Student Senate Commu- ter Council APB Orientation Staff Trustee Dialogue and several other committees Dean ' s List schol- ar and member of Sigma Lambda Sigma Debbie looks forward to a job in teaching and graduate school 137 JANICE L GALE Medical Technology College is a place and a time for continuing growth of one ' s knowl- edge and character — preparing to become a responsible citizen in- stilled with inspiration and ability to best serve his fellow man Janice, from Clark. N J . served in the Sen- ate and as historian in Alpha Lam- bda Delta while also working for the Biology Department and the Tutor- ing Center Her future plans are to work in a hospital or industry as a medical technologist ALAN C GAMBLE Business Administration Alan spent last summer in Costa Rica working for United Brands Co After graduation he hopes to work in Latin America for American Mul- linational Corp Alan from Sudbury Mass concentrated in both Market- ing and Economics but still found time to ski, sail and relax He wor- ries about the future of Elizabeth- town and feels it needs more direc- tion And so we press on Boats against the current borne back ceaselessly into the past (F Scott Fuzgeraldl KAREN E GAMBLE Communication Arts An ability in dealing with people has kept this Philadelphia native a vis- able fixture on campus Activities include a Student Senate Represent- ative, reporter for the Etownian a disc jockey for WWEC, and mem- bership in the Outdoor Club and Black Student Union She also served as Publicity and House Man- ager for Campus Theatre Ehza- bethtown has been a challenging world to live in. and now I ' m ready for the real world LAURA L GAR EN Biology My years at Elizabethtown can be best remembered by the many things I have learned about life and by the close friends I have made Fiom Bay Shore Long Island N Y Laurie also majored in Chem- istry Medical Technology and served as lab assistant to Mr Laughlm and vice-president of the Biology Club Additionally she has performed with the Synchronized Swim Team for the past two years Upon graduation Laurie would like to continue her education at a col- lege of optometry RANDY A GARRETT Science Sociology Randy was active m the intramural hng Etown He played basketball softball and foot- ball He also was a member of the Hiking Club and Sociology for Fun Club As a hobby fl itdoors Upon graduation, he i i| Coun- i ication JAMES W GARRISON Accounting Activities for this Glensidc r • d between the Accounting Club SAM where he served as President APB serving as T er and intramural sports Hobbies include salt water lishmg and bicy- cling Future plans include a career : i ' C accountant College Me greai once ma lifetime ex- perience 138 KATHLEEN M GARVIN Occupational Therapy Sports have been a big part of this Glertside inhabitant s life, including playing Field Hockey intramural volleyball, and working on the La- crosse Club and Synchro Member- ship is also included in the Occupa- tional Therapy Club and working m the cafeteria Future plans include working in an Occupational Therapy position DA VI D GE GER Biology Dave was president of the Pr Club secretary of Abr axas and a member of the Biology Club during his college years His impression of college was It couldn t have been more fun! ' Daves extracurricular activities included skiing intramural sports and truck driving during the summer months The future holds a career as a physician m family prac- tice for this Landisville, Pa resident " 1 LAURENCE M. GERLACH Business Administration Larry commuted to E-town from Leola Pa where he works part time as a carpenter and bookkeeper for a ■ k tion company Member of Concert Band, he also found time to serve as Social Committee Chairman for his Sunday school On his future Larry comments I II keep working both hi and out of the office for I en|oy both types of labor tremen- dously I hope to get married build a house raise a family and enjoy life ' s other fine qualities JAMES M. GILLESPIE Business Administration Jim from Rocky River Ohio trans- ferred to E-town from Penn State to become a name instead of a space on a seating chart I spent my enure college life on Ober B 3 he says, which isn t quite accurate since he participated in many in- tramural sports including softball volleyball bowling and basketball A December graduate Jim even tually plans to find a job in Wash mgton State where he lived for foui years 139 ' THOMAS M. GIULIANI Accounting From Roslyn, Pa . Tom was a mem- ber of the Student Senate, Account- ing Club SAM and Abraxas In ad- dition he worked in the Tutoring Center and was an RA In his spare time, Tom enjoys skiing and playing tennis Upon graduation he plans to attend graduate school to obtain an M B A DENNIS GORMAN Business Administration Being a married commutei with a young daughter made participation in extra-curricular activites difficult for Dennis, although he was active m the Marketing Club When not attending school he worked full time as a lab technician Dennis particularly enjoys spending time with his family but he is often in- volved in woodworking in his spare time Completing college exactly ten years after finishing high school, this Lancaster resident plans a ca- reer m private business after gradu- ation NANCY GRACE Medical Secretary Nancy from Palmyra Pa com- ments It ' s been so short A two year program sounds like a long time but it really flies by Working for Campus Theatre and enjoying hobbies such as volleyball and col- lecting hat pins Nancy hopes to fmd work as a medical secretary preferably with a small town G P BEVERLY J CUCWA Psychology Bev better known as Gus voice whtch is familiar to many since she worked as one of the campus ;wit " board operators in Al A ■ Masonic Homes which contributed to her interest m geriatrics field in nvoived idualion While at Elizabeth town Gussy was a membi ' ' Psychology Club K KELLY GREGORE Social Anthropology Kevin A graduate from Wilmington Del was a member of the soccer team for four years serving as co- captam his senior year He was also involved in intramural sports as well as the Marketing Club Kevin s fu- ture plans include either working for the Peace Corps or working with young children 140 ' ' ■ ' KAREN E HAAS Modern Foreign Languages Karen from Laureldale Pa . spent her junior year abroad in Marburg. West Germany Personal growth was tremendous as were the good limes spent with many fantastic people Travelling experiencing a country first hand It was the fastest year the best year and there- fore difficult to come home Dean ' s List scholar and member of both Alpha Lambda Delta and Sig- ma Lambda Sigma Karen hopes to find a job related to her major STEPHEN L HAINES Accounting From Elkton, Md Steve was a member of the Accounting Club and SAM during his years at Elizabeth- town In addition he was a member ol the varsity tennis team and served as treasurer of the Senior Class as Steve will be attending graduate school at William and Mary MICHAEL W HANDWERK Chemistry Mike participated in many sports including varsity tennis and in- tramural5 A member of ACS he plans on becoming a chemist At E-town I ' ve gotten to know at least half of the students Almost every- one was friendly and personal I ' ve many friends to look back upon and remember the excellent social activi- ties of our day Let ' s hope to contin- ue the tradition as alumni Thanks to Ober A-3 and Orchard for the best years of my life Tennis anyone- 1 Affectionately Burnout A bi H k - 1 m BzJ L v | m RUTHANNE M HANDY Medical Secretary Ruihanne from Coatesville Pa was involved in Concert Choir Concert Band and intramural volleyball while working as student secretary for the college athletic department The people are very friendly here and go out of their way to make you happy The professors take a personal inter- est in each student But after four years of college and receiving two secretarial degrees I ' m rea dy to graduate I hope to find a job that ' s challenging responsible and inter- esting DEBRA L HARPF Occupational Therapy Horsham Pa $ $®S 141 TERRY L. HARRIS Accounting From Boifing Springs, Terry has been 3 member of Abraxas, the Ac- counting Club SAM and the wres- tling team at E-town He has also been a student senator and has been a winner of the Outstanding Service Award Comments Terry, I liked E-town, but I ' m not sorry to be ; It s a very protected easy- type life What I ' ll miss the most is the friendly atmosphere that almost always prevailed A friendly hello and a smile makes it all worth- while ROBERT G. HARRISON JR Elementary Education Downmgtown Pa BARRY HARTING Business Administration Barry comes from Adamstown and white at E-town has been involved in many sports activities including intramural football basketball ■ tnd has been a member of baseball for three years What he enjoys most are sports and the outdoors Barry has worked as a bank teller and plans on further em- ployment at a bank after gradu- ation BALA S HARUNA Sociology Bala Salami Haruna comes to Eliza- bethtown from Bagana Benue Of college he says a good and useful tfter graduation m December he plans 10 resume his work as a public health officer m the Ministry of Health 142 KK l w ■ - MARY L HECKEL Medical Secretary Lititz Pa NANCY E HEFFNER . Argh 1 comments Nancy Hi when asked about college life From Mechanicsburg Pa Nancy has worked as a chemistry and physics stant and tutor A collector of Greek Letters Nancy has the dis- tinction of belonging to four honor societies: Alpha Lambda Delta Sig- ma Lambda Sigma Alpha Psi Ome- ga and Sigma Pi Sigma Active in Senate band orchestra and campus theatre, Nancy who earned double certification m Math and Physics has been chosen as the outstanding studeni teacher by the Education Department RONALD HE SEY Accounting Transferring from HACC Ron be- came interested in both the m- tramurals program and the various business clubs He played in- tramural softball and football and belonged to the Accounting Club and SAM Ron has worked for an insurance company for about two years as a summer and part time employee Ron is a resident of Pax- tang He will be attending school this fall at Penn State where he will be working for his MBA CHARLES D HERTZ Biology A resident of Bnnser 3 North for four years Chuck has been quite instrumental to the Biology Club He served as President for two years He was also an assistant in the Biol- ogy department From Abmgton Pa Chuck played in the Concert Band for two years and says he enjoys photography, bicycling and most sports He plans to continue his education DAVID L HEWITT Business Administration Pennsauken, N J DAVID A HIZNAY Elementary Education A lover of sports Dave participated in softball volleyball basketball and tennis intramurals He was also part of the Volleyball Marathon Dave. from Forest City transferred here because the people were friendly Even the professors like to talk to you He feels E-town has a pleas- ant atmosphere it has been a good place to finish my education Only this is not the end of Dave s education — he wants to get his Master s degree m Speech Patholo- gy 143 . CLARE HODICK Social Work Clare was an RA m a co-op for two years and was a representative from the social work major to the Advis- ory Council A resident of West Chester. Clare enjoys doing em- broidery in her free time DAVID HOLCROFT Business Administration College is one of the few ex- periences that promotes companion- ship and good times Dave from West Chester Pa played soccer four years and was active in in- tramural sports President of APB Dave was also vice-president of the Marketing Club and SAM Dave worked in Instructional Services and also did most of the photography work for the 1978 Conestogan His hobbies included skiing and sports cars KEITH HOL J Accounting An active member of the E-town campus Keith enjoys tennis, bowl- ing and backgammon A member of the Men s Tennis Team he also belonged to the Outdoor Club and the Accounting Club College m Keith s words is a very rewarding experience I (earned how to live and understand others as well as gaining a better understanding of myself After graduation Keith plans to get a job m accounting or sales GLEN HOSTETLER Accounting New Holland Pa RANDY HUMMEL Political Science CollHtjH is not simply a classroom experience just as much is learned outside of school An individual grows as a result of what learned from both aspects of college hfe Randy portrays this attitude |h his combination of academ- ic as w .rr.cuiar activi- ties A I I ident and tu- tor this Sunbury resident was in- volved m cross country mtramurals Political Science Club and worked tn the library After graduation Randy will attend law school 144 I • ' i- ' ■ . ' T. RICHARD IDE Business Administration Scuba diving highlights Rick ' s inter ests Presideni of the club during his senior year he participated in the world record underwater chess marathon during his junior year when he was the club treasurer From York Pa . Rick was also in- volved in wrestling, tennis Comput- er Science Club and enjoyed pho- tography in his free time. He plans to enter the field of business in computers upon graduation PATRICIA J AC A V AGE Occupational Therapy I ve met many genuine people at E-town a number of whom have become sincere and persevering friends It was through their friend- ship along with encouragement from home that I have made the most of the past four years Tncia has been a member of Alpha Lam- bda Delta. T Club as well as department representative to the Student Senate She also partici- pated in intramural bowling vol- leyball and softball From Girard- ville Pa Tncia plans to combine a career m O T with marriage WILLIE H. JONES Business Administration Willie from Philadelphia was often seen working in the cafeteria A WWEC disc jockey, he was also in- volved in jazz band, Marketing Club. SAM, BSU and was the accompanist for the modern dance class Willie feels that his life at E- town has been a very interesting experience and a much needed part of my life If I could do it all over again. I would LORI KAVY Accounting Lon, from Ossining, New York, plans to pursue a career as a C P A after completing the exams She worked as a day camp counselor during the summer and taught sil- ver jewelery making at Franklin and Marshall College Along with silvers- muhing Lon s other hobbies include sewing and cooking CHERYL KAUFFMAN Medical Technology Cheryl, a commuter from Manheim. Pa was a member of the Med Tech Club her three years at Eliza- bethtown Currently taking her clini- cal year at West Jersey Hospital she plans to continue m her field after graduating this Summer 145 LYNETTE D KEAN Communications Arts Lyneue, from Wenonah N J par- ticipated m forensic lournamenls and WWEC during her years 3t E- town A lover of the outdoors, she ' s spent her summers as camp coun- selor in the Pocanos and in the Catskills This summer Lynette plans to attend Glassboro and to transfer credits to E-town to receive her de- gree May we remember the good times and laugh at the bad times To my friends, Keep in touch ' And thanks Ma and Da ' KATHARINE E KELLOGG Sociology College life has been a worthwhile experience both academically and socially The different ideas and viewpoints of my acquaintances and friends have broadened my outlook on all aspects of life I have enjoyed my years at Elizabethtown by meet- ing many dear and close friends Kathy from Weslfield N J played m the volleyball and softball .n iramurals and was a member of Al- pha Kappa Delta Enjoying various craft activities Kathy plans to go on to graduate school after completing her studies at E-town TIMOTHY D KILL AN Political Science Tim. a commuter from Elizabeth town followed his interests in poiiti cal science by working as a con- stituent aide in the State House of Representatives Upon graduation Tim plans to pursue a career in state government ROB KISHBAUGH Business Administration Rob a sports enthusiast from Wyn. dmoor. Pa was a member of the varsity soccer team and participated in intramurals and the volleyball marathon In his spare time he en- joys playing tennis and soccer and watching sporting events During the summer Rob has worked with handicapped children and after graduation he plans to go on to a job in computers STEPHANIE M KLEIN Accounting Stef was an active participant in Concen Choir Accounting Club and intramural volleyball A Dean s List student this Baltimore resident was involved as a volunteer social work visitor, a participant in Big Broth- Sister Day and a Campus Ministry Debutante Stef s hobbies include sknng (ravelling am mg the piano Her luture plans in- clude working in the Baltimore area in an accounting firm B M • ' jvI f M kH ROBIN L KRATZ Alienee College life has helped me to grow and mature as a person and taughi me to Strive for accomplishments one can never reach by sitting back and taking it easy Rob.n from -■He NJ panic i pa ted m the Political Science Club and Intern Ship Program while at E-town In the fall of 7? she worked in the Elizabethtown Borough Office A De cember graduate Robm hopes to ■ peopfe wiih a career m public ad mini si ration 146 ; a ■ LESLIE A KRIEBEL Business Administration A member of SAM Schlosser Dorm Council and APB Leslie also partic- ipated m the volleyball mtramurals and marathon Although I am greatly looking forward to gradu- ation I know that I will most definitely miss the people that I ' ve met at E-town who have made my stay here most pleasurable Leslie, a graduate from Media. Pa , plans a career in banking management BARBARA L KRIER Political Science Barb, a resident of Schwenksville. Pa led an active life at E-town since her transfer from Brandywine A member of Student Senate and the Dance Marathon Student Griev- ance and BSC committees she was also a staff member of WWEC where she served as station man- ager during her senior year This Dean s List student was student as- sistant to the political science de- partment, secretary to the Politica Science Club and member of Pi Al pha Sigma Member of Sigma Lam bda Sigma Barb plans to attend law school m the future TINA M KULP Business Administration Concentrating in Marketing and Management Tina from Pottstown Pa participated in the Marketing Club where she served as treasurer, Dorm Council SAM and the APB Research Committee A volleyball fan Tina was on both a girls and co-ed team and participated m the volleyball marathon Some of her interests include theatre cooking reading and travelling JEFFREY S. KURZ Marketing President of the Marketing Club and member of the varsity baseball team. Jeff was frequently seen working in the college Athletic De partment A resident of Rolling Meadows III Jeff s future plans include a career m marketing in the Chicago area 147 . KAREN KUZAVA Elementary Education Karen, a December graduate from Neptune N J was one of the col- lege ' s finest tennis players during her years at E-town Captain of the varsity tennis team she also played varsity basketball and enjoyed in- tramural sports Member of Sigma Lambda Sigma and treasurer of PSEA, Karen plans to teach in the central New Jersey area and says. I ve enjoyed meeting new friends at E-town and will really miss them JANE LA BATE Occupational Therapy A student assistant in the Regis- trar s Office Jane was also involved in intramurals and O T Club Resid- ing in Trenton N J . Jane ' s hobbies include swimming, bicycling cook- ing, and music CURTIS M LANCHANS Psychology A Bellevue resident. Curt is inter- ested m sports While at E-town he played intramural football and bas- ketball and was also on the track team Naturally sports is one of his hobbies as well as playing the gui- tar Curt plans to travel after gradu- ation before settling down to a pro- fession CANDY LAPE Medical Technology Candy from Johnstown Pa was involved m Concert Choir Campus Theatre and the Med Tech Club her first three years at Elizabeth- town Spending her fourth year doing her clinical internship at St Joseph ' s Hospital in Lancaster Can- dy plans to continue m the field of medical technology J MICHAEL LARKIN Business Administration Michael from Harnsburg Pa par- ticipated m track at E-town Of col- lege life he comments I had a good time anyway 1 PATRICIA LEBBY Sociology From Shenandoah Pa Pain was on the dorm newspaper staff partici- pated m bowimg intramurals was a pan time campus tour guide, a member of I V C F and Alpha Kap- pa Delta After graduation she hopes to work with the elderly and help them to become more of an integrated part of society Thanks E-town for many memories which I II always treasure I value personal relationships which E-town s friend- ly atmosphere promoted My E-town college experience helped rj become rea lilies 148 CAROL I LE IN BACH Accounting I really enjoyed my four years at Ehzabethtown li has been a very meaningful experience Carol from Reading Pa . was treasurer of Myer Dorm and member of the Ac- counting Club and SAM during her college years Two year member of the basketball team, Carol also found time to work props for Campus Theatre Leaving her job as student assistant to Mr Bitting Carol plans to become a CPA and pursue a career in public account- ing EDWARD R LEITER Business Administration Waynesboro Pa SUE A. LESHER German Ashland. Pa I i JO ANN LIABLE Elementary Education From Salem N J Jo Ann has par- ticipated in intramural volleyball and enjoys all sports, reading sewing, knitting and crocheting Jo Ann has done substitute teaching in elemen- tary schools and plans to teach in an elementary school after gradu- ation Her comments on E-town are I like the rural setting of E-town College It reminds me a lot of the small town where I live Everything seems so much more personal than it would be at a larger school SANDRA M LIBERATOR! Communications Arts Sandy from Stowe Pa is probably best remembered for her out- standing performances in Campus Theatre including Smitty in How to Succeed. Domina in Fofum and Tzeitel m Fiddler This versatile sen- ior also toured four years with the Repertory Theatre was officer of both Sock Buskin and Alpha Psi Omega directed the one-act Over- tones and hosted the radio talk show Speaking of Anything Edi- tor-in-Chief of this publication hon- or student and member of Sigma Lambda Sigma Sandy will perform in summer stock and hopes to work in public relations and attend gradu- ate school PAULINE LISPER Medical Technology During my years at Elizabethtown College I participated m the Med Tech Club intramural sports and dorm activities I would like to take this lime to thank all my professors for their time and help especially to those who took a personal interest m my future I would also like to say So long to my friends whom I will never forget and who will remain my friends forever 149 JOAN LITECKY Accounting Mt Holly N J JENNIFER R. LOHUIS Biology A lover of nature. Jennifer enjoys being outdoors playing sports and canng for animals During her years at E-town, Jennifer was a member of volleyball intramurals. Outdoor Cub, Myer Dorm Council and man- ager for the Softball Club She plans to seek employment in her major after graduation , ' MARK S LUCCIO Political Science Wayne N J KAREN LUDDY Occupational Therapy Norwalk Conn MARK D L YONS Mathematics I ' ducation has i i ' me more open-minded and well-rounded Mark from Hamilton Square N J has participated m Cross Countr-, intramurals A former B-2 Country Club membei Mark . drumming t. imihar sound r year (He has played the drums for 10 years! Upon anon Mark will begin wn- ■ an insurance com location m graduate school 150 , flat. «■ .» ■ KATHLEEN MALENKE Music Therapy Kathy comes from Poitstown and has been active m the following ac- tivities MENC (Secretary-treasurer) Alpha Mu Concert Choir. Piano En sernble accompanist for vocalists and instrumentalists in the music department In addition. Kathy has been on the Dean s List almost every semester She also en|oys photography reading and writing Alter graduation Kathy will do a six-month internship, then possibly work as a music therapist for the blind or aurally handicapped LAUREN S MAIDMENT Communication Arts Political Sci- ence Editor of the Etowman and Presi- dent of Sigma Lambda Sigma Lau- ren was also a WWEC disc jockey and a wing representative for Myer 3 East Tennis and photography are some of the hobbies of this Westfield, N J resident She worked as student assistant in the Office of Public Information In the future. Lauren plans to pursue a career in journalism or possibly at tend law school f m LINDA MANN Accounting Linda ' s interest in her major has led her to become a member of the Accounting Club and the Public Re- lations Officer for SAM She worked as a student assistant for the Busi- ness Department Linda ' s other ac- tivities include helping out in the Tutoring Center and various in- tramurals Cooking sewing, skiing, tenms and sailing are some of Linda s hobbies After graduation Linda will pursue a career with Lav- enthol Horwath CPA -s in Hams- burg and she hopes to become a CPA MICHAEL D MARCIN Political Science Mick a political science major, ac- ted as a Resident Assistant for two years on Ober A1 He is also inter- ested in sports and was involved with baseball Mick received letters for four years of participation on the team Looking into his future, he is planning to further his education in either graduate or law school REBECCA MARTIN Occupation Therapy Within her major Becky has held the position of co-chairperson of the OT Club and also was a Biology lab assistant Her outside interests in- clude being sports editor for the Etownian and participating on the tennis team Her hobbies include skiing sailing and swimming Becky plans to work in a general hospital in a Physical Rehabilitation setting while saving time to ski in the Rock- 151 GEORGE MC CARTY Biology MARY K MC DONALD Early Childhood Education During Mary ' s first two years at E town she participated actively in bowling mtramurals Her junior and senior years, she was a member of PSEA Crafts psychology and soap operas are among Mary s hobbies while another definitely unique hob- by she states is living in green rooms Being an early childhood education major Mary plans to find a |ob working with children JEFFREY W MC F ERR EN Business Administration A greater part of my education came from outside the classroom m learning about myself and oil reflects Jeff out of Lancastei Pa Active in many inlramura 1 was also a member of APB SAM and president of ihe Data Process- ing Management Association Work- ing as a swimming instrui I three years student assistant in the business department for oni and as an RA one year Jeff plans to go on to a job tn Lancaster County and to marry Joy Meredith n DOROTHY MC GIFFIN English Education i e enjoyed my ■•; town I feel that the people one meets along the way m life help shape one s own life This has hap pened at Eluabethiown Oottie a resident of Summit N J was a member ol Choral Union vw • dent of Supreme Fiction Society and helped other students through the writing lab D It work for a publishing company or teach eighth grade after graduation 152 DUANE M MC HALE Business Administration Lebanon, Pa RICHARD MC QUADE Business Administration Very active in sports, Rick from Nornstown played soccer wrestled and was co-captain for the track team He was also involved m the Marketing Club and enjoyed frees- tyle skiing Elizabethtown will al- ways be special to me. because of the great people I met Especially one named Stan ' I hope the good life at Elizabethtown never dies Carry On ' Rick plans to get a job in the Philadelphia area in Market- ing or Sales L YNN B MEANS Accounting Everett Pa resident Lynn Means participated m Student Senate Ju- dicial Board, Accounting Club SAM and intramural sports his years at E- town An Accounting major Lynn plans to find a job in industrial ac- counting or banking E JOY MEREDITH Early Childhood Elementary Educa- tion College gave me the opportunity to make many new friends I am thankful for the good times and the close talks we ve shared Joy from Ocean Gate N J was active in many dorm and campus activities as well as intramural sports Remem- bered as a Schlosser RA she was also president of PSEA. and a mem- ber of Sigma Lambda Sigma and Student Senate Joy s plans for the future include marriage to Jeff McFerren, a job in teaching and a masters degree in counselor educa- tion CHERYL L ME S SICK Psychology Most of my memories will be of our fearless foursome ' — I couldn t have made it through with out them ' Ch eryl from Ephrata Pa . was active in the Choral Union, Orchestra Psychology Club and served as secretary of Psi Chi (Psy- chology Honor Society) During the summer Cheryl did an internship with the Psychological Associates and Community Services in Lancas- ter and hopes to eventually find a job in counseling or clinical psy- chology . W m 1 CYNTHIA MILLER lary Education Woodstown Pa 153 JEFFREY L MILLER Elementary Education I am proud to be one of the few students who is a member of the Church of the Brethren Much sup- port was given lo me by my parents and sister Jeff from Wilmington. Del . played catcher on the varsity baseball team for three years and was also a member of the Bnnser 2- South football team which has won the championship for the past four years Jeff would like to go on to a teaching job after graduation Where ' Anywhere I can I am de- termined to get a job and to do my best JAN R. MINOR Occupational Therapy Listing some hobbies as partying, skiing and procrastinating Jan from Newark Del worked in the college post office during her years at E-town She was president of Royer during her junior year an OT Club member manager of the Men ' s Basketball team and served as member of the college Judiciary Board Jan plans on travelling and working as an occupational thera- pist after graduation ANNE M MIRALDO Pre-Nursmg Trea surer of Campus Gold and member of Concert Band Anne of Treniertown. Pa earned her way through school by working in a nursing home Entering Allen town Hospital School of Nursing this fall Anne also plans to be married m the not too distant future J PAUL MORROW Social Science History Middletown Pa JAMES H MOSS Accounting Jim led an active life at Elizabeth town College He was involved in the Accounting Club SAM Abraxas and intramural lennis while enjoying a host of sports including golf ra quetball skiing and dancing A na- tive of Mount Joy Jim plans to pursue a career in public accounting after a December graduation VICKY JO MUNGER Communications Arts College is an experience which causes you to grow up fast nothing like you II ever experience again Ehzabethtown helped me appreciate education and realize how important it is Vicky, from lola. Kansas, spent her first two years at Kansas University where she was active in music and theatre as well as dorm president Founders president here at E-town she also participated in Speech Club Upon graduation, Vicky plans to return to Kansas for graduate work DANIEL MURPHY Middletown. Pa EDWIN T MURRAY Business Administration Four year member of the varsity golf team, Edwin, from Media. Pa , has this to say about Ehzabethtown, I learned how great an experience college could be the first day I moved on the country club Every- one here is so personal and friendly that it made my stay at E-town more than I ever could have asked for ELAINE MURRAY Social Dynamics Elaine came to Elizabethtown from Spring City. Pa , where she worked in an insurance office over the sum- mers Her hobbies include horse- back riding and archery and upon graduation she would like to work as a probation officer or in the psy- chiatric ward of a hospital BARBARA M MUSSEL- MAN Medical Secretary Souderton. Pa 155 ■ MARY L. MYER Elementary Education Mary, a resident of Womelsdorf Pa was involved in PSEA, APB and Concert Band She also participated m both women ' s and co-ed vol- leyball and was vice-president of Schlosser Dorm In her spare time Mary enioys travelling and music MICHELLE A. NEFF Medical Technology Michelle commuted to E-town from New Cumberland Pa while she worked full time as a lab technician at Holy Spirit Hospital Planning to work in the same hospital as a med- ical technologist Michelle may con- tinue on to graduate work in blood banking hematology or immuno- logy THOMAS H NEILL Biology In order to get the most out of a college career one must establish a suitable balance between time spent on academics extra-curricular activi- ties and other people Tom. a resi- dent of Paxtang, Pa reflects this attitude in his campus in- volvements Vice-president of Abra- xas member of IVCF senate, fresh- man orientation board Biology and Outdoor Clubs Tom also partici- pated in the volleyball and dance marathons and softball and bowl- ing mtramurals and Big Broth- er Sister Day His future plans in- clude attending either graduate or osteopathic school DANIEL A NESS Psychology A resident of West Reading Pa Dan participated in many campus organizations including Campus Life Council of Student Senate Execu- tive Committee of Student Govern ment, Abraxas and SAM He was president of Psychology Club and vice-president of Psi Chi and APB during his senior year A student assistant for the psychology depart- ment Dan plans on attending grad- uate school upon completion at Ehzabethtown STEPHEN B NEWCOMER Business Administration An amateur photographer Steve also enjoys all sports particularly skiing tennis and softball He was a member of the Ski Club SAM and Marketing Cub while on campus Steve plans lo travel and enter the field of real estate upon graduation JANE NEWMAN Occupational Therapy i Pa 156 GARY NEWTON Biology Pre-Med A future optometrist, Gary enjoys craflworks. sports and collecting coins and antiques This Harnsburg resident was a member of the Out- door Club, Biology Club, and the track team while he was a student a E-town KATHRYN S NICODEMUS Pre-Nurs.ng El ' zabethtown is full of friendly caring people If not for this atmo- sphere I would never have made it as far as I did Kathy from Walk ersville, Md participated in in- tramural spo rts with her floor {Schlosser 2 West) After com- pletion of her education, Kathy plans to work in a hospital as an R N JANET L NIXDORF Occupation Therapy Jan. from Mt Holly N J will be well remembered by many students for her help as a Kinesiology and Anatomy lab assistant In addition to these jobs this outstanding senior served as Myer RA track team member, secretary of the OT Club and member of Sigma Lambda Sig- ma Jan also found time to do vol- unteer work for Elizabethlown Fami- ly Services Planning to pursue a career in OT. Jan says " It ' s really been an exciting and meaningful ex- perience DONALD NOLAN Business Administration Don was on the staff of WWEC and was a member of the Computer Club and SAM during his college years An East Windsor N.J resi- dent, Don enjoys outdoor sports in his spare time including boating backpacking hiking camping and sknng 157 SANDRA C. NUTT Elementary Education The most important thing I learned is how much there is to learn says Sandy from Wall N J Active in Concert Choir band and Brass En- semble. Sandy lists her hobbies as browme baking picture taking back aching, study faking, work for- saking and merry making! Sandy hopes to find a teaching job after graduation and to keep up with her favonte hobbies NANCY P. O ' BRIEN History Media Pa DA VID J. OS TERM A YER Business Administration Cinnammson N J JUDY A OXEN RIDER Chemislry In order to gel my chemistry de- gree I really had 10 work There some long days spent in Gibble but I pride myself m the fact that in four years I never pulled an all mghtei Judy trom Tower City Pa served as vice-president of ACS and chemistry lab assistant during her years at E-town and plans to seek employment as an industrial chemist HENRY C PARRY II Social Science Political Science Langhon 158 I - . ■- ' • JEFFREY D PATTERSON Accouniing Economics My choice of Ehzabethtown Col- lege as my place of further educa- tion will not be regretted I ' ve thoroughly enjoyed the people I ve met and my three years on Ober B- 1 A Dean ' s List student from Pal- myra. Pa , Jeff was active in the Accounting Club SAM, mtramurals and worked for the Tutoring Center With no specific plans after gradu- ation, Jeff plans to follow the job opportunities as they come EDWARD T PAVLOVIC Accounting Active in intramural bowling, bas- ketball and football as well as SAM and the Accounting Club Ed from Harnsburg, has this to say about college life Living in the college community, participating both academically and in outside activities enriches a person both so- cially and spiritually Ed would like to go on to a job in an accounting firm and attend graduate school af- ter graduation KIM R. PENSINGER Music Therapy For me, E-town consisted mostly of the inside of Rider — such is the life a music major I ve been here only three years, but my ex- periences have meant a lot From Greencastle Pa Kim was a mem- ber of band MENC Music Therapy Club Clarinet Quartet and accom- panist for several groups Kim fre- quently played the piano for musi- cals talent shows and in the Jays Nest. ar 6 also directed the orches- tra for How to Succeed Kim ' s future includes working as a music therapist RICHARD C PERSSON Business Administration Meeting people growing with them having fun working hard College is a very rewarding experience Rick from York Pa was a member of SAM and the Marketing Club who was also active m intramural sports Upon gradu- ation Rick plans to attend graduate school majoring in hotel manage- ment RICHELLE F PETERS Psychology College was a chance to expand my mind through knowledge and experience I ' m a city dweller who dealt with a country farm society, but now I must return to the city for a taste of sanity Richelle from Philadelphia was president of the Black Student Union and member of the Psychology Club and plans to go into counseling after graduation 159 m ■- GE RALD W PETERSON Social Work My (our years at E-town have taught me the value of hard work and perseverance but above all I ' ve learned to take lime for myself and others they ' re all I ' ve got Recipient of the Alumni Educate for Service Award, Jerry was ac- tive as co-chairman of Senate presi- dent of IVCF. secretary of student government and member of Concert Choir He also found time to do volunteer work during his busy se- mesters Married last December to Cheryl Bartells. Jerry is presently working as an attendant officer and plans to continue in the field ol social work JEANNE M PFEIFF Music Therapy People PDQ Bach Tolkien and Stromboli are some of Jeanne ' s diversified hobbies Active in IVCF Newman Club. Concert Choir and Chorale this Edison N J resident was a member of Alpha Mu PMEA ACDA and MENC Jeanne used her musical talents in the guitar ensemble Intercollegiate Choir Festival Fiddler and van- ous talent shows A volunteer at Elizabethtown Hospital Jeanne plans to become a music therapist ROBIN PINKLEY Psychology Robin participated m many campus organizations including Student Senate Campus Life Council Psy chology Club and is a former presi- dent and vice-president of her class In addition she was vice-president of Sigma Lambda Sigma and presi- dent of Psi Chi during her senior year Robin was also familiar to many students smce she was a soci- ology and psychology student as- sistant After attending gi school she hopes to attain a PhD m clinical psychology LISA PtRIE Medical Secretary Selmsgrove Pa 160 CARYL ANN PLACKO Early Childhood Education Livingston. N J NEIL POLLAK Business Administration Neil, from North Babylon. N J . was a member of Marketing Club Ma n agement Club was an RA on Ober B-2 for two years and played soc- cer for two years He enjoys meet- ing new people playing paddleball and running in his spare time His future plans include attending grad- hool. -l DENISE PRICE Chemistry Medical Technology College has proven to be a very different experience from high school, and I m sure that training and working in a hospital lab will prove to be even more of an ex- perience Denise. from Lewis- town Pa played base clarinet for Concert Band, Pep Band and Campus Musicals her three years at E-town and was member of the Med Tech Club Denise will com- plete her clinical year at St Joseph Hospital in Lancaster SUSAN K. PRIMROSE Medical Secretarial Science Camp Hill. Pa LEONARD Social Work Lancaster Pa JR PUGLIESE BROTHELLA QUICK Nursing I ' ve learned a great deal about life and surprisingly enough about my- self Though I ' ve shed tears and experienced the most |oyful times all at once — it doesn ' t seem strange because love of life and learning is what I ' m all about Brothella from Philadelphia was vice-president of the Black Student Union Club and a college post office worker She would like to continue her education in nursing and even- tually become a midwife to bring life mto the world 161 GREGORY RAKOW Communications Arts Since coming to Eli;abethtown (Simplify your life) College I have found that life can be simplistically real Now I ' ve come to view the complications of life m a prevailing humanistic light, says Greg, from Lebanon Pa Working as a cam- eraman for WLY H TV 1 5 since 1973. on campus Greg was heard on WWEC and enjoyed intramural sports Upon graduation Greg plans to take a short vacation in Colorado and then to find work in broadcasting DONNA L REED Chemistry Med -Tech I thoroughly enjoyed my years at E-town it has something for everyone if you look for it From New Cumberland Pa , Donna has lab assisted for chemistry and biolo- gy courses while serving as Myer RA and Dorm Council president Officer of Sigma Lambda Sigma president of the Med Tech Club and Judicial Board member. Donna also played basketball for the col- lege Upon graduation Donna plans to do a clinical year at a school of medical technology and seek em- ployment m that field LYNN EST A K RE IC HARD Early Childhood Elementary Educa- tion College is a good way to meet lots of different people and to form last- ing friendships says Lynne from Hershey Pa A Schlosser RA Lynne was active in mtramurals and served as program chairman of PSEA She was a member of Sigma Lambda Sigma and received the Baugher Memorial Teaching Award Lynne will be teaching in the Lower Dau- phin School District KATHLEEN M REINHOLD Early Childhood Elementary Educa- tion Four year member of the Synchro nized Swim Team Kathy worked as treasurer her junior year and co- captain her senior year swimming Fully to Corner of the Sky on the Swim Team in- tramurals and PSEA Kathy comes from Oakland N J After finishing her sludl working for Project Head Start nnd plans to COfltll Id of elementary and iod education BARBARA E RENNINGER Business Administration A resident of Schwenksville Pa Barbara belonged to the Marketing Club (secretary senior year! SAM and also took time to serv. manager of the college wrestling team After graduation Barbara plans to seek employment 162 1 ' ••- SUA ROBINSON Foreign Languages ' Sec Ed To all future residents of Schlosser 212 — Seeware ' says Su from Hershey Pa Active on campus in the Tutoring Center. PSEA and Campus Theatre Su spent her jun- ior year abroad in Barcelona Spain Listing her hobbies as watering Chuck Bu, Layser, Rosa Fernwood and Joya Su plans to teach Span- ish or work in a bilingual center HAL ROTHENBERGER Business Administration Lititz. Pa DALE A RUHL Accounting Manheim Pa KAREN J RYDER Medical Technology New Cumberland. Pa ANGELA M SALVADIA Occupational Therapy Harnsburg. Pa JEFF SCOLASTICO Social Science Psychology College is like climbing a 400 ft ladder — you move up one rung at a time and hope nothing goes wrong as you near the end. states Jeff out of Lancaster. Pa Member of the Psychology Club, Psi Chi. and SAM. and working for the Art De- partment as a monitor and model Jeff plans to work for an MBA in graduate school BOB SCOTTEN Elementary Education In the time that has gone by since I began college. I have met many people I will always remember My best wishes to all of them Mem- ber of varsity soccer team for four years. Bob Scotten, of New Holland, Pa would like to continue working with young people in education and sports Bob would also like to fur- ther his ambitions as a soccer player and or coach Special thanks to Coach Wright and Coach Joe Wit- more CINDY L SENKOW Social Science Psychology From Colebrook Pa , Cindy was a member of the Psychology and Ski Clubs In her spare time she volun- teered at the Elizabethtown Hospital and several other treatment centers Cindy ' s plans for the future include either travelling to the West Coast to establish a career in social work or going to graduate school ANN L. SHELLENBERGER Music Therapy President of Alpha Mu and member of MENC, Alpha Lambda Delta, Or- chestra Choir and Chorale Ann s activities reflect her devotion to mu- sic In keeping with her musical in- terec ' s Ann enjoys playing in en- sembles in her spare time The friends and contacts I have made here influenced me tremendously and they have become a part of me I will treasure forever A Somerset Pa resident Ann plans to complete a sm month music therapy intern- ship NANCY R. SICKLE R Biology Nancy from Williamsiown N J spent her freshman year at a large state college but transferred to E- town for the more personal atmo- sphere Active with dorm council, the hockey team and volunteer work Nancy s future includes work- ing as close to nature as she can I ' eel Iht protect ironment reflects who ' s hobbies include skiing camp- ing and gardening Nancy adds I would like to thank my parents who supported me with their love and ROBIN L SIEGFRIED Nuismg Reading Pa 164 !■ ■ j- KIM E SLAVECKI Mathematics Harnsburg Pa DAVID SLE IN Business Administration Dave was involved in both musical and academic organizations This Frederick Md resident was a mem- ber of the Marketing Club and SAM To round out his activities Dave also participated m Concert Band. Brass Ensemble. Brass Quin- tet and Jazz Band After completing his studies at E-town he plans to get a Masters of Business Adminis- tration at West Virginia University AUDREY L SMITH Pre-Nurs.ng Audrey from Springfield. Pa has participated in intramural volleyball her two years at E-town and was a second Division Champion in the volleyball marathon for CROP Her plans after graduation include — surgical nursing m a hospital, mar- riage and rest BEVERLY K. SMITH Biology I like the way you can establish many really close friendships at a small school and I really enjoy the freedom and the fact that it is accompanied by responsibility says Bev a resident of Roaring Spring Pa An RA on Founders C-3 and lab assistant for histology and genetics, Bev also enjoyed partici- pating m intramurals Bev s hobbies are tenms. running and pigging out and alter graduation she hopes to go to Med or Pharmacy School 165 KRISTIN E SMITH Music Therapy Kris Smith well known for her beautiful soprano voice, was in- volved in many music organizations such as Choir, Band Woodwind Quartet. Orchestra, MENC and Al- pha Mu From Ickesburg Pa Kns was a member of the Alumni Coun- cil and her performances in Fiddler and How to Succeed will not be forgotten After completing an in- ternship in music therapy Kns may attend graduate school to study per- for ma nee fi . i 1 1 PHYLLIS SMITH Psychology Phyllis says I have found college to be a great and rewarding ex- perience and I have found a whole new way of life A member and treasurer of Psi Chi and member of Sigma Lambda Sigma Phyllis has worked for the Tutoring Center and Writing Lab She is married has four children and is associated with her husband s accounting firm as office manager Phyllis plans to seek employment in Administrative Per- sonnel and pursue her Masters de- gree ' ■ ■ SUE STAIR Elementary Education Sue from Wnghisville Pa com- pleted college in only three years being active m band Ski Club PSEA and yearbook staff Working m the Community Rela- tions Division and Career Devel- opment Center during the s lers Sue spent her summers work- ing as a camp counselor at Camp Pennwood for Retarded C mcally ' socially and emot ' State C • education MARGARET L STEVENS Mathematics Each year of my life gets better and better I look forward to the future with great anticipation says from Haddon Heights N J Touring four years with the Repera- tory Theatre Peggy slso worked with C ■ Buskin and w - Alpha Psi Omega Remembered i- as the calculus tuior her other campus jobs include physics lab as- •ixir guide Tutoring Center tutor and yearbook editor Dean s ttoni member of Sigma Lam- bda Sigma and r» Alumni Award Peggy will h- t Haddondeld High 166 ' M. ■ ' ■• i Qm ! .• fc» BARBARA H STIMMEL Elementary Educalion A heartbeat of Campus Theatre Barbie from Beallsville, Pa , was a familiar face in Center Hall and the AA where she was in charge of props for four years Secretary of PSEA and vice-president of Alpha Psi Omega, Barbie also found time lo work on the yearbook staff After graduation Barbie plans to. look for a |ob in teaching CRAIG W STICK Business Administration Residing m Terre Hill Pa Craig was active in intramural sports where he played basketball, vol- leyball and Softball He was also co- captam of the JV basketball team as a freshman While on campus Craig was a member of Marketing Club. SAM and Accounting Club ■3 LUCILLE R. STUART Elementary Education I ve made some wonderful friends — people to cherish and love for- ever, reflects Luci Stuart as she thinks on college life A Dean ' s List student from outside Wilhamsport Pa Luci student taught at Cornwall Elementary School and hopes to find a teaching position upon gradu- ation MARILYN STUCK EY Social Work Marilyn from Summerdale Pa has been active in the Social Work Club where she was treasurer for two years She has worked with the mentally retarded and in a family community center to further her un- derstanding of social work practices Marilyn plans to attend Ship- pensburg State College for a mas- ters degree in counseling NANCY TERRY Medical Secretary College has provided me with a great experience that I wouldn ' t have traded for anything I ve met many great people here at E town Nancy a resident of Huntingdon Valley has participated in college athletics such as basketball during her freshman year and volleyball and tennis intramurals A December graduate she plans to get a job m the Philadelphia area, hopefully in a doctor ' s office KURT TERSTAPPEN Business Administration Media Pa 167 JANN M THOMAS Business Administration Jann was quite diversified in her Elizabethtown activities She was a member of the Women ' s Basketball Team the Etownian SAM Market- ing Club and also played intramural volleyball She enjoys sports and travelling After graduation, Jann wishes to get married and find a job related to her major SAMUEL A TOLUHI Elementary Education Samuel from Kabba Nigeria com- ments I enjoyed staying on the campus Though the dorm was somewhat noisy the life sufficiently blurred my lonliness and home sick- ness Of his job in the post office he says I ve learned many idioms and beautiful jokes from Mr Weav- er " While at E-town Samuel en- joyed many sports and made friends whom he will miss when he returns to his country and job as secretary to a local school board m Kwara State Nigeria JANE L TRENKAMP Business Administration Burlington Township N J LAURA J TRONE Long live literature — the ideas of tomorrow dwell within it ' This statement along with her activities reveal Lauras zeal for her major Secretary-treasurer of the Supreme Fiction Society she was atso a member of the Etowman staff and Sock and Buskin To round out Laura s activities she participated m several campus productions in- cluding Forum and The Merchant of Venice and was a member of the field hockey learn Laura plans on pursuing a career m the field of publications SUSAN M VALENTINE Elementary Education Malvern Pa my happ since i grew nred of the chase and search i learned to find and since the wind blows in my face sail with every wind — frednch neitzche 168 . ■ -■ ■■ MICHAEL WADZITA Physics Mike was a familiar face in rhe Physics study room and was also known lo consume large quantities of Stromboh and pizza Active in the Society of Physics Students and the Math Club, he hopes to attend grad- uate school eventually. Reflecting on college life. Mike said, " E-town really has been a personal college, the people and experiences are un- forgettable MICHAEL WALEGA Biology Four years of E-town is an accom- plishment in itself much less gradu- ating from the place Living around E-town should be an experience I hope everyone gets to graduate from here just like I did From Oakdale N Y , Mike lived on the country club and worked as a manager of the dishroom during his college years and will be working as a research assistant in the Depart ment of Health LISA J WALLACE Social Science Psychology Newington, Conn ANNE WANNER Social Work A December graduate from Shilling- ton Pa Anne enjoys all sports as a participant or spectator as shown by her summer jobs as camp coun- selor sports instructor and play- ground leader In college Anne was involved m mtramurals and man- aged the track team for two years Her plans for the future include working in the social service depart- ment of a hospital MARY JO WASSER Pre-Nursing " I ' m anxious for the future it is something that keeps life rolling along with some excitement Homecoming attendant Mary Jo Wasser out of Reading Pa loved meeting new people at college and served as an admissions tour guide her two years at E-town Eventually Mary Jo would like to work at the Hershey Medical Center and adds I treasure my memories and I II always look back and smile on E- town KENNETH V. WEBB Psychology Ken was involved in mtramurals in- cluding football, basketball, vol- leyball and soccer In his spare time he enjoys skiing and swimming His f uture plans include either becom- ing a child psychologist or presi- dent of this college because I would ' definitely change a few things 169 CATHY A WELCH Bioli g v A familiar (ace in the cafeteria, Cathy, from Trenton. N J . trans- ferred to E-town her junior year from Trenton State I found that living on campus is an important part of college life I learned a great deal about myself and others Member of IVCF and a volunteer at Elizabethtown Childrens Hospital, Cathy is engaged to be married in September MICHAEL J. WHITE Accounting College has its ups and downs but overall it ' s one great highi ' com- ments Michael, a resident of Colum- bia Pa Involved in campus theatre and member of the Accounting Club Michael is also proud of being a 24 hours volleyball marathon win- ner Upon graduation he plans to pursue a career in public accounting or industrial production control KRISTIN WINTERS Business Administration Kns from Conestoga Pa will be remembered on campus for her work as a computer assistant tutor, member of orchestra and String En- semble Having found a computer programming job Kris looks back on her college years saying, I have learned much about myself and oth- er people PATRICIA A WISSER Communication Arts During her years at E-town Par served as the Resident Assistant for Royer 3rd South as well as assum- ing other duties She spent a lot of time working on the Elowman and held the positions of staff writer layout editor, and assistant editor For three years Pat was the treasur- er of the class and was a disc jockey for WWEC A North Plamf.eld N J resident Pat plans to seek employ- ment in the field of |Ournalism ad- vertising or public relations L. DAVID WITKOVSKY Psychology Chosen as outsta i by the senior class, Dave from West minster Md served as class officer assistant to the Director of Student Activities BSC Supervisor dance marathon committee member and deputation team member during his ' I CF and the Psychology Club Dave also en- loyed playing intramural volleyball Engaged to Kim Battels ) 79) Dave plans to atteni logical MM I WHITTEN Pfe-Nur. ■ ! Meadowbrook Pa 170 ■ DOUG WOOD Accounting From Pottslown Pa Doug was ac- tive m the Society for the Advance- ment of Management Accounting Club and intramural sports During spring break 1978 he participeted as a member of the Ehzabethtown College Volleyball Team at the Pennsylvania State Championships at Penn State As graduation ap- proaches Doug comments, " I have really enjoyed my 4 years at Eliza- bethtown I got to meet a lot of nice people and I II really miss the fun times we had together I wish all my classmates good luck in the future and hope we can get together again sometime DAVID R. WOODROW History " I ' ve spent the happiest years of my hfe here I II always look on E- town with fond memories David an outstanding student Member of Alpha Psi Omega Sock and Buskin and Repertory Theatre this Wyncote Pa resident held offices in both Abraxas and Phi Al- pha Theta as a senior David was cast in many campus productions including Fiddler Ginger and Forum Active in History Club senate Campus Judicial Board and Conestogan staff member David will attend grad school for museum studies 4 .-41 M; HAROLD WOODWARD Biology Harold, a resident of Harnsburg Pa used his biological expertise as a lab assistant for biochemistry mi- crobiology and organic chemistry He was also a member of Abraxas and Biology Club where he served as secretary during his senior year Recipient of the Weaver Award for Excellence in Biology, he plans to pursue a career in teaching bioche- mistry at the graduate or under graduate level HENRY WYSONG Pre-Engineenng I learned a lot about the value of individuality I also learned that when people come together for a common cause a lot can be accom- plished — escecally when they have faith Henrys optimistic and caring attitude is reflected in his plans for the future He wants to be successful in his field and eventually share that talent with others through mission work He also wants to be a good husband and father SHARON A ZIMMERMAN Music Education Multi -talented Sharon Zimmerman from Mount Joy. Pa has been in- volved m nearly every music organi- zation on campus Chosen as out- standing senior by the senior class. she has been involved in Synchro, Alumni Council Alpha Lambda Del- ta (president and junior advisor) and Sigma Lambda Sigma Talent Shew winner Sharon also gave out- standing performances in Fiddler and How to Succeed A Royer RA who has worked as a life guard swimming instructor and music teacher Sharon hopes to find a teaching job while continuing her education in graduate school VIRGINIA ZUERN Chemistry Ginger very active in the chemistry department was the president of the student chapter of the American Chemical Society She was also a chemistry lab assistant and tutored her specialty to students Besides chemistry Ginger from Clay, NY also nkes skiing 171 } y I ■ ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 75th ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT Above: Speaker Hugh Sidey, Washington Contributing Editor Time Magazine Below Honorary Doctor Bertha L Brossman Bla President Ebersole presents Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters to Miss Vera R Hackman 172 . President and Mrs Ebersole at reception for graduates 173 ■ HONOR GRADUATES Summa Cum Laude Thomas A. Byers James W. Garrison James H. Moss Ann L. Shel enberger Margaret L. Stevens Magna Cum Laude Mary Ann Biddle Stephanie M. Klein Ronald J. Clarke Michael D. Marcin Denise Durison Daniel A. Ness John A. Eason Kim R. Pensinger Agatha R. Formica D. Neal Walmer David N. Geiger Harold D. Woodward Karen E. Haas Sharon A. Zimmerman Nancy E. Heffner Virginia M. Zuern Cum Laude Beth Ann Artz Sandra M. Liberatori Jeffrey L. Berkey Joan E. Litecky Linda C. Boyce Lauren S. Maidment Martha J Claar Linda P. Mann Craig T. dinger E. Joy Meredith Cynthia E. Cope Cheryl L Messick Karen A. Doody Gerald W. Peterson Thomas M. Giuliani Lynnesta K Reichard Stephen L Haines Mary Lee Saulnier Peter L. Haynes David J. Slein Ronald R Heisey Loretta Stanisic Randy A. Hummel Janet L. Trenkamp Barbara K. Krier Cathy Ann Welch 1 174 V : 175 Garden Spot Feeds Master Mix Feeds Heating Oil GRUBB SUPPLY COMPANY 419 West High Street Elizabethtown, Pa. THE CONTINENTAL PRESS, INC Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 17022 o H T NENTAL P 5 ,7y o,v 7 f puB i Atlanta, Georgia Elgin, Illinois Dallas, Texas Portland, Oregon Pasadena, California Toronto, Ontario 176 ' ' - V n BBSi9XaS5SS We ' re the only bank you ' 11 ever need. In your lifetime you ' ll make some big loans, and some small loans. Your savings account will go up and down like a yo-yo as you struggle to get ahead and you ' ll write thousands upon thousands of checks. You ' ll have enough things going against you - we think you should have a good bank on your side . . . ours. dDGLizABethtown TRust Company P. O. BOX 227 • ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 17022 • 717-367-1156 THE ONLY BANK YOU ' LL EVER NEED PIZZA SUBS Center Square Elizabethtown, Pa. 367-501 1 WE DELIVER 10 Varieties of Hand-Tossed Pizza Try our Stromboli, It ' s Great! 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