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

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DE English Linda J. Auch Middletown. PA Occupational Therapy Richard E. Autrey Gladstone, N.J. Accounting Donna L. Ault Lancaster, PA Early Childhood Education Elizabeth A. Baker Doylestown, PA Music Therapy Janette Azelvandre Miami Shores, EL Bus. Admin.-Acctg. Gary B. Baker Newark. DE Communication Arts Constance M. Bahn York. PA Elementary Education ' •. ' ■; • . I ■ Hollis D. Baker Marietta, PA Music Education Joyce L. Barnett Phoenixville. PA Biology Karl L. Baker Baltimore, MD Business Administration Randi K. Bartells Libertyville, IL Business Administration Luanne Barnes Conway, SC Political Science Richard E. Basom, Jr. Elizabethtown, PA Social Work 21 • Elaine M. Bauer Langhorne, PA Elementary Education Denise N. Beck Lancaster, PA Medical Secretarial Science Dallas S. Beck Elizabethtown, PA Economics David G. Behrs Binghamton, NY Political Science History Dianne L. Bessette Coventry. Rl Biology 22 Barbara E. Bent: York. PA Early Childhood Education Robert D. Beyer Bloomsburg, PA Accounting Lynne A. Bisbing Pennsauken, NJ Music Therapy Javed A. Bhatti Harrisburg, PA Chemistry J Pre-Dentistry John R. Bittner Everett, PA Business Administration Kurt C Biedlingmaier Ambler, PA Psychology Becky L. Blair Camp Hill. PA Social Work p • Lynda A. Bloomer Sparrowbush, NY Sociology A nthropology Lori R. Bonner Union, NJ Bus. Admin.-Mktg. Mgmt. Susan C. Borowski Frederick. MD Social Work Kathy S. Bonn Waynesboro. PA Early Childhood Education 24 David A. Bostwick Berkeley Heights. NJ Business Administration ■I :-. ' ■•:■ i Katherine M. Boyle Millville. NJ History Karol L. Briggs Oxford, MA Spanish Geraldine F. Bradley Haddonfield, NJ Communication Arts Richard L. Brinser Newport, PA Computer Science Timothy L. Breneman Millersville, PA Bus. Admin.-Marketing Bradley C. Brooks Bainbridge, PA Communication Arts 25 Clifford L. Brown Elizabethtown, PA Communication Arts Lisa A. Brown Newark. DE Early Childhood Education Donna L. 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Terry Huntingdon Valley, PA Business Administration Jane L. Thomas York, PA Social Work Suzanne J. Tessier Pennsauken, NJ Music Education 66 Raymond E, Tierney Tobyhanna. PA Social Hark • ■ tm fP» ■■ Linda Torgersen Manasquan, NJ Pre-Forestry Mark W. Trimmer York, PA Bus. Admin.-Marketing John N. Touloumes, Jr. Elizabethtown, PA Business Administration Thomas V. Viscome Elizabethtown, PA Business Administration Timothy H. Trayer Camp Hill, PA Bus. Admin.-Marketing Serena F. Von der Heiden Millington. NJ History 67 Sandra J. Wagner Reading, PA Social Work Stephen E. Wenzel Manheim, PA Business Administration Donald E. Warner Biglerville, PA Business Administration Suzanne M. Whitley Harrisburg, PA Elementary Education Hilary F. Welsh Palmyra, NJ Sociology 68 Barbara J. Wightman Camp Hill. PA Bus Admin - iktg. International Bus Elaine S. Wise Columbia, PA Music Therapy Philip A. Wo I ge ninth Lancaster, PA Bus. Admin.-Management Paul E. Witkovsky Kensington, MD Psychology Robert G. Wolpert. Jr. Eli:abethtown, PA Accounting Christine L. Wolf Hanover, PA Occupational Therapy William K. Wood. Jr. Harrisburg. PA Bus. Admin.-Marketing 69 J. Thomas Woodson, III Lancaster, PA Bus. Admin.-Marketing Deborah A. Wright Bendersville, PA Psychology Thomas E. Woolley Annville, PA Pre-Engineering Gary W. Wylde Montvale, NJ Sociology 70 Herbert B. Yost Parker Ford. P I Bus Admin-Mgmt. Econ. ». Barbara R. Young Intercourse, PA Medical Secretarial Science Steven M. F. Young Elizabethtown, PA Biology Caryl A. Zimmerman West Lawn, PA Chemistry J Med. Tech. Robert M. Zaccano Harrisburg, PA Biology- Richard D. Zmuda Hershey, PA Sociology A nthropology 71 " ■ . », ' -J " spor rs VARSITY SOCCER Varsity: Row 1 Dean Glick, Andy Silverman, Chuck Hart, Jerry Futer, Paul Sergi, Kevin Vrabel Row 2 Fred Potts, Rob Gasman, Bubba Toure, Sok Young Kim Row 3 Tim Mover. Orlando Rodriguez, Barry Dohner, Leigh Hannum, Mike Boess Row 4 Coach Owen Wright, Stan Shilling, John Mumford. Randy Lowe, Jeff Kerstetter Row 5 Asst. Coach Joe Whilmore, Mark Willoughby. Mike Federici, Tom Defino, Mark Ford. VARSITY EC OPP Alumni 4 1 Blue Jay Classic Bloomsburg 2 ' Messiah 2 1 Delaware 4 I Juniata 12 o Gettysburg 6 o Phila. Textile 5 FDU — Madison I I Trenton State 1 Scranton 1 3 Wilkes 2 Lynchburg 2 Susquehanna 3 2 Lock Haven 3 5 Albright 5 Lycoming 9 Scranton 3 Haverford§ 3 Bucknell 2 1 Franklin Marshall 2 3 West Chester 2 MAC Playoff NCAA first round The Jays opened the season with the first Blue Jay Classic, playing host to Bloomsburg, Messiah, and St. Lawrence. Plagued by injuries the Jays lost the championship round to Messiah. The Jays bounced back, however, to defeat powerful Dela- ware and Gettysburg, presenting Coach Owen Wright with his 200th victory. Scranton, as always, proved the season ' s big nemesis, beating the Jays in regular season and repeating the victory for the MAC Northern Division title. The Jays hosted the lirst round of the NCAA championship playoff, but lost to Haverford in overtime. The Blue Jays fin- ished the season with a 1 1-9-1 record. 74 - t J V SOCCER Alumni EC 3 OPP Delaware 3 Gettysburg MCCC Dickinson 1 : i Messiah 2 Miller sville 3 i Bucknell 3 i Franklin Marshall ■ i Susquehanna Scranlon Record 7-3 3 2 JV: Row I Dave Beatty. Dave Hahn, Nick Broujos. Rudi Fischer, Jim Cavanaugh. Norm Goss Row 2 John Perkins. Craig Pursel, Jeff Burns. Dave Kennedy. Greg Schoelkopf Brad Baylor. Jack Mentzer Row 3 Coach Steve Beck. Mike Meiskey. Tom Taglang. Devin Sawdey. Wayne Humphreys, Roh Gralantoni. Dave Dunlap Row 4 Craig Fenstermacher. Dave Metzler. Dane McAlpine. Bill Young. 75 FIELD HOCKEY The J ay gals finished the season ranked as the number 4 Division III team in the nation, finishing fourth in the AIAW national championship tournament at Hollins College. Elizabethtown advanced to the Hollins tournament by virtue of a second place finish in the Eastern AIAW regional tournament held at Gettysburg College. Connie Chronister finished the season as leading scorer with 12 goals. Beth Shenenberger scored eight and Dawn Eveler and Nancy Hahn each had six. Coach Yvonne Kauff man ' s team finished with a season record of 1 2-6-2. VARSITY EC OPP Wilkes 2 2 ■ Messiah 4 3 East Stroudsburg 3 2 Widener 3 Miller sville 3 Albright 4 2 Lebanon Valley 2 Dickinson 5 I Franklin Marshall 1 4 York 4 I Gettysburg 2 I Bucknell 1 I Shippensburg 1 Western Maryland Rain E AIAW Playoff Salisbury State 2 Franklin Marshall 4 2 Gettysburg 2 AIA W National Championship i Wisconsin-Stevens Point 4 2 Mary Washington 2 Hartwick 2 3 Chico State 2 Varsity: Row I Alyson McGwire. Maureen Connelly. Nancy Hahn. Connie Chronister. Tammy Inin. Beth Shenenberger Row 2 Coach Yvonne Kauffman. Diann Steinmeier. Lori Hartman. Barb Stewart, Cindy Minor, Dawn Eveler, Linda Wagner. Edith Thompson. Michelle Frizol. JV Field Hockey EC OPP East Stroudsburg 3 Widener 2 1 Millersville 4 Dickinson I 2 Franklin Marshall 3 York 2 1 Gettysburg 1 3 Bucknell 4 Shippensburg 1 I A ' .m Denese Freed. Shelby Raudensky. inne Shillingford. Sharon Eby. Sylvia Govt " » 2 f ' h IIis Hnlton. Carta Mylin. Julie Dum. Jeanmarie Dennen. Kim Rebuck, Tarn Wolf. Peggy Ford. Coach Linda Raber 76 •I -i J VOLLEYBALL VARSITY EC OPP Wilkes 3 Franklin $ Marshall 1 Albright 1 York York-PSU 3 I Dickinson 3 Susquehanna 3 Bucknell 3 Western Maryland 3 Gettysburg 3 Moravian I 3 Messiah 2 3 Juniata 3 Record 2-1 1 Varsity: Row I Mary Simansky, Peggy Futer Row 2 Tracy Lloyd, Sue Herrick, Betsy Wetzel, Rhonda Heindel, Mary Lou Regan, Kelly Ludwig Row 3 Manager Melissa Northrop, Laura Anthony. Joy Asplundh, Cathy Ford, Karen Lull, Lynn Jump, Coach Jack Snader. JV Volleyball EC OPP Franklin Marshall 2 ) ' urk 2 Susquehanna 2 Western Maryland 2 Gettysburg 1 2 Messiah 2 Juniata •) MEN ' S BASKETBALL EC OPP Haverford 52 48 York 70 64 Spon augle Tournament Millersville 57 67 Allentown 73 62 Juniata 49 53 Delaware Valley 71 63 Albright 55 52 Susquehanna 41 57 Millersville 60 70 Franklin Marshall 38 60 Gettysburg 51 59 Lycoming 50 47 Widener 39 69 Wilkes 54 49 Albright 40 46 Susquehanna 50 62 Juniata 69 59 FDD — Madison 45 43 Lebanon Valley 53 47 Phila. Textile 44 51 Scranlon 54 62 King ' s 46 48 Lycoming 67 55 The loss of the leading scorer and re- bounder from last year ' s basketball team, combined with injuries this sea- son, resulted in the Jays posting their first losing season in seven seasons. The Jays finished their season with a 67-55 win over Lycoming to bring their record to 11-12 for the year. Freshman Neil Mansur brought the promise of new of- fensive power, unfortunately, he was in- jured in the season and never got back on the court. Sophomore Roy Bickel was also sidelined with injuries. Future promise is also shown by Brian Crouse. From this year ' s team Coach Don Smith will lose four talented seniors, Mark Chadwick. Dave Thompson. Jack Llewellyn, and Joe Harriger. Row I Tri-Captains Mark Chadwick. Joe Harriger. and Jack Llewellyn Row J: Coach Don Smith, turn Hand. Steve Soudcr. Garj Chesney, Neil Mansur, Dave Thompson, Rm Btckel, -iri George. Mark Hershberger. Rob Marshall. Brian ( rouse, 1 w ( iach Dan Reilmewr 78 • ' — ' -. WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Varsity: Row I Peggy Longo. Nora Barlow. Co-captains Donna Mulder and Bev Hall, Coach Yvonne Kauffman Row 2 Geri Bradley and Sandy Stewart Row 3 Page Lutz and Pam Palmieri Row 4 Beckie Donecker and Sherri Kinsey. Immaculata Messiah Tourney Randolph — Macon Messiah Shippensburg Eastern Mennonite Bridgewaler Lock Haven Gettysburg Albright Juniata Millersville mikes Widener Dickinson Susquehanna Messiah Bucknell Phila Textile York Scranton Western Maryland Franklin Marshall Lycoming EC OPP 73 65 66 32 68 51 59 61 76 43 84 48 92 54 88 50 72 54 79 60 71 51 83 40 68 58 98 31 89 50 64 55 72 57 62 48 74 55 66 59 114 44 78 36 94 40 The Jay gals closed the season with a record of 27-3, best ever for an Elizabethtown team. They were the MAC North- ern Division Champions, which took them to the EAIAW playoffs and the AI AW National Playoffs. During the regu- lar season Geri Bradley became the first women ' s basketball player in E — town history to score WOO points. Bev Hall, Sherri Kinsey, and Donna Mulder were also given EAIA W All — region honors. Mulder made the AWSF All — American second team while Kinsey was given honorable mention. MAC Playoffs Northern Division Kings 91 45 Scranton 68 53 EAIAW Playoffs Grove City- Trenton State 65 77 48 62 Pitt — Johnstown 63 66 AIAW National Playoffs Columbia College — S.C 71 56 Worcester 59 67 . £ ? , - ?.? ' JV: Row I Coach Lee Ann Chelak. Michele Ryan. Lauren Winner. Theresa Yesalavage. Pam Craig Row 2 Connie Chronister. Mary Simansky. Marv Ellen Zizos. Diane Dondero. Karen Clark. 79 F ' WRESTLING Tf Coach Ken Ober ' s team finished the season with an 11-7 record, but finished sixth in the MAC competition. Bright spots in the year were the performances of Kurt Anderson, who went undefeated in 14 matches in dual competition and freshmen Lew Copenhaver and Brian Meiser. All three are expected back for next season. VARSITY LVC Invitational Moravian York College Loyola Howard Gettysburg Scranton Ursinus Towson Albright Widener Millersville Susquehanna Lycoming Messiah Lebanon Valley Delaware Valley Juniata Pitt-Johnstown Swarthmore EC OPP 9th place 36. 12 25 39 42 34 21 24 21 18 6 9 28 21 canceled 49 6 37 19 24 12 34 43 13 12 6 20 15 22 18 30 15 12 30 37 40 28 ft 9, a A © A Row I Fred Engle. Ron Rover. Lew Copenhaver. Keith Grant. Larry Lesher. Mike Doerr Row 2 Dave Chute. Boh Speers. Dave Lehman. Don Chapman. Kurt Anderson. Brian Meiser. :i . m «. ?ow Doreen Dempsey, Jennifer Kissel, Karen Brune, Deb Craig, Jayne Shea Row 2 Colleen Coolican, Bob Ulzinger, Becky Dinulos, Randall Malick. Tess Tulley, Sue Schneider Row 3 Coach Walter Shaw, Iri-captains Judy Seldomridge. Tim Breneman. Suzetle Desjardin. and Nick Broujos. VARSITY EC OPP Lycoming 25 75 Western Maryland Men 28 62 Women 34 65 West Chester 45 48 Millersville 44 49 York 43 53 Susquehanna Men 10 84 Women 33 67 King ' s 15 82 Kutztown 66 24 Dickinson 35 54 Ursinus Men 33 48 Women 42 50 Swarthmore Men 20 79 Women 39 61 After 23 winless attempts over three seasons, Elizabethtown swimmers finally put an end to that trend with a 66-24 victory over Kutztown. The ecstatic Jays dunked Coach Shaw not once, but three times in the Kutztown pool. The team showed signs throughout the season of breaking out of the slump as it swam several close meets before Kutztown. With captains Judy Seldomridge and Tim Breneman and diver Jenny Kissel being lost to graduation. Captain Suzette Desjardin v ill be returning next year to lead the team on to more victories. BASEBALL Ursinus Juniata York Scranton EC Phila. Textile Franklin Marshall Widener Albright Millersville Maryland — Baltimore Fredonia State West Chester Penn State — Capitol Susquehanna Lebanon Valley Dickinson Messiah EC 2 5 3 I 9 3 5 7 7 14 3 2 6 I 7 3 3 16 6 4 6 18 7 16 10 OPP 3 8 4 8 4 2 6 10 18 8 2 4 7 11 8 7 4 10 8 5 6 5 4 8 1 Despite the return of last sea- son ' s pitching staff and a wealth of outfield talent, the baseball Jays couldn ' t quite get their act together and finished with an 8- 16 record. Stan Daubert, Roy Bickel, and Tim Mover turned in the best pitching records, while Don Lawler and Charlie Artz led in the batting. Lawler batted .370 and Artz .313. Daubert posted a 2-1 pitching record. Bickel was 2-1 and Moyer finished even at 1-1. K OM l ' h i tflholko, co-captains Don Lazier and Gary H ' vlde. Stan Dauheri. Kevin Jacoby, Charlie Artz, Man Richards A ' . ' » 2 Don Warner, -tnJ Pagenkopt. Kuk Dolan, Tim Kemmler, Mike Keller. Jack Mentxer, .SV n Vox, Todd Htisc No } Km Bickel, Le Hannon, Allan Rossi. Tim Mover. Mike Tinned, Perry Onen. Bill DeMora Rom ■ Usl Coach Wayne UcCultough. Coach 0 en H ' right. Statistician Becki Buw WOMEN ' S TENNIS a York Bloomsburg Franklin Marshall Millersville Western Maryland Shippensburg Juniata Dickinson Albright Susquehanna Gettysburg Bucknell MAC Playoffs Ur sinus EAIAW Regional Wm. Paterson Gettysburg EC OPP 8 I Rain 5 4 7 2 Rain 5 4 9 Rain 7 2 5 4 3 6 5 4 3 6 7 2 5 1 Row I. Beckie Donecker, co-captains Kalhy Keller and Kalhy Goodman. Jenny Haifley Row 2: Coach Yvonne Kauffman, Ann Mumford, Stacey Estock, Sylvia Gove, Linda Torgerson. £ CHAMPIONSHIP IA W The women ' s tennis team had another outstand- ing season. The J ay gals finished their regular sea- son with an 8-2 record and that earned them a spot in the eastern regional competition. E — town Col- lege won the team title and Blue Jay partners Beckie Donecker Jenny Haifley teamed up to win the doubles crown in the Regional EAIAW Tennis Tournament . Donecker Haifley were named to the All Eastern Team and they also advanced to the national tournament at Trenton State where they won national doubles championship. During the regular season the team ' s muscle was in its four top players. Ail-American Beckie Don- ecker, the team ' s No. I player, and Kathy Good- man, the team ' s No. 4 player, lost only two matches during the season. In the No. 2 slot, senior Jenny Haifley was 7-3. Senior Kathy Keller, the team ' s No. 3 player, went undefeated this season. In dou- bles competition, the No. 1 doubles team of Don- ecker Haifley compiled an 8-2 record while the No. 2 team of Keller Goodman finished the sea- son with a 6-4 record. 83 MEN ' S TENNIS The Elizabethtown Men ' s Tennis team this season successfully defended its Middle Atlantic Conference Northwest Section title by winning every match against five conference foes. The attempt to annex the Northern Division title, however, went a-glimmering as the Jays lost the playoff 0-9 to defending champion Upsala. Jeff Kitsock, Dave Kelley, Mike Endy, and Joe Stanger will all be graduating. The team posted a 10- 3 season. EC OPP Gettysburg 5 4 Lr sinus 6 3 Scranton 2 7 1. learning 9 York 7 2 Wilkes 7 2 Juniata 8 1 Albright 8 1 Susquehanna 6 3 Phila. Textile 9 Millersville 2 7 Dickinson 5 4 I i ' ala 9 Row I Mike Heisler, Jeff Kilsock. Pave Kellev. Joe Kramer Row 2 Piyush Chowhan. Capl Mike Endy. Joe Slanger. Coach Bob Garrett. 84 - : . ' . • . ----- SOFTBALL T 3tod After two break-even seasons in its first two years, the women ' s softball team came up with its first losing season in the third year for the sport at Elizabethtown. Under new coach Diane Hiestand, the women finished with a 5-13 record. Row I Diann Steinmeier, Karenlee Jones. Karen Gallagher Row 2 Lori Hartman. Beth Hilbert. Sue Grigson. Lauren Winner. Sharon Eby. Melanie Miles Row 3 Michelle Frizol. Karen Clark. Kim Elwell, Janel Villano. Melody Libharl. Coach Diane Hiestand. EC OPP Juniata 9 10 16 4 York 19 11 10 25 Scranton 1 6 5 7 Franklin Marshal 3 14 4 Shippensburg 5 18 2 17 Susquehanna 7 6 4 5 Millersville 5 10 6 5 Albright 2 9 Wilkes j 12 5 11 Gettysburg 3 s 85 TRACK FIELD Row I Deb Craig, June Denlinger, Co-captains Suzetle Desjardin and Dan Noyes. Michelle Casario, Kathy Lambert Row 2 Kirk Doran, Tom Gamon. Ed Ebling. Kyle Ward. David Dunlap. Lee Davis. Roy Meyer. John Mulkerin. Tim Holder. Coach John Schwanger. EC OPP Ursinus 6 83 F M 6 92 Susquehanna 19 126 Dickinson 16 65 Messiah 16 99 Delaware Valley 14 71 York 28 114 Lebanon Valley 14 71 Baptist Bible 14 31 Messiah 14 69 Women ' s Meets Delaware Valley 45 61 F M 65 101 Swarthmore 65 17 Elizabethtown ' s track team under new coach John Schwanger had a disappointing season. In competition against 10 opponents the Jays did not win any. The women ' s team, in three meets was successful in one. Bright spot of the year was the performance of freshman Roy Meyer in the shot and discus. Meyer set new school records of 44-1 3 4 in the shot and 130-1 in the discus. 86 K • -:• • « - . . ■■•• ' ..: ACTIVITIES FRESHMAN ORIENTATION H N A i 1 „ ' 8» P CONVOCATION Once again, September brought a crowd of new faces to campus — the freshman class. This year ' s freshman orientation contained some old and some new traditions. The ever-popular Progessive Hike, the second annual Frosh Zaney Picture. New Games, and a bonfire-pep rally were enjoyed by frosh and upperclassmen alike. On a more serious note, the Freshman Induction and Candlelight Ceremony officially made the class a part of E-town College. The hiliarious comedy group. Chicago City Limits, entertained the entire campus community. Another ceremony marking the beginning of the new academic year was Convocation. Attended by administration, faculty, stu- dents, and friends, this year ' s speaker was Dr. J. R. Coleman, presi- dent of Haverford College. SOCK ' N ' BUSKIN WEEKEND The popular Theme Weekends were once again offered by various clubs and organizations. The first one of the fall semester entitled " That ' s Entertainment " was sponsored by Sock and Buskin. The weekend started off with a Gong Show in the caf. The highlight of the weekend was surrey rides around campus on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. 90 ROYER COUNTRY WEEKEND For the second year, Royer Dorm Council provided the campus with a down-home, country theme weekend. Although the weather did not cooper- ate, hayrides and a bonfire were still offered on Friday. The weather improved just in time for everyone to enjoy the Susquehanna River Band on Sunday. TALENT SHOW X 1 k m V . 1 The first annual Sock and Buskin Talent Show was held on Satur- day, October 4. As the highlight of Parents ' Weekend, the Show benefited the American Heart Association. Cher sixteen acts per- formed to a packed audience. Three of these acts appeared on the children ' s television show. " The Incredible Dr. Dudd " as a part of the group ' s publicity campaign. HOMECOMING 1980 Un fl. 5H I 4n a rav of activities keep students and alumni busy during Homecoming 1980. The Danish Gymnastic Show amazed everyone on Friday evening. The wet weather did not stop the scheduled events for Saturday as the Carni- val Midway was moved into the gym along with the annu- al Ladies ' Auxiliary Fair. In sometimes heavy downpour, the varsity soccer team battled against Lock Haven State in a tough game. Due to the weather, the presentation of the Homecoming Court and the crowning of the queen usually held at halftime was held that evening at the Student-Alumni Homecoming Dinner Dance at the Penn Harris Motor Inn. Senior Marianne Tezak was crowned by President Mark C. Ebersole who also introduced the Homecoming Court. 92 « B V V tr K ' I J j ■ ; « 77ie 9S0 Homecoming Court: Row I : Marianne Tezak and Dave Hahn. Susan Borowski and Pat Fricchione. Polly Oldis and Kevin Markey Row 2: John Arndt and Julie Eng- lish. Tim Kemmler and Linda Layer. Bob Cahill and Maryrose Frey. Becky Dinulos and John Perkins. Gail Reid and Al Granger. Ann Mumford and Wayne Humphreys. 93 THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER On October 29, 30. 31, and November I, the Elizabethtown College Campus Theatre staged the 1939 Broadway hit, " The Man Who Came to Dinner. " This comical play is about a well- known radio personality. Sheridan Whiteside (portrayed by Clif- ford Brown) who, while on a lecture tour in Ohio, breaks a long- standing personal rule and accepts an invitation to dinner at the home of the Stanleys, a prominent local family. Fate steps in when Whiteside is injured in a fall on the ice outside the Stanley home and is forced to stay with them throughout the holiday season. The plot centered around his ensuing relationships with the fam- ily . members of his staff, and his friends. Other lead roles were held by Donna Hill as Maggie Cutler. Whiteside ' s secretary, Ro- berta Lu.xton as actress Lorraine Sheldon, and Holly Hardaway and John Touloumes as Mrs. and Mr. Stanley. 94 -t " A City and Its People " was the title of this year ' s Emphasis Week held November 3-9. During the week, the Cultural Events Committee sponsored various guest speakers and a walking tour of the City of Lancaster. The highlight of the week was the weekend trip to Boston. Cher 120 faculty mem- bers, staff, and students visited the Freedom Trail. Harvard, and other various sites. For those who opted to stay on campus, the Slim Pickers of Boston were imported for their coffeehouse entertainment. 95 MS. MALE E-TOWN Craziness continued to prevail on campus as the Ms. Male E-town pageant was held for the third consecutive year. A panel of distinguished judges watched as each contestant took part in all three phases of competition — evening gown, swimsuit. and talent. Last year ' s queen, Ms. Stan Tyson, was on hand to crown the new queen, Ms. Tim Seager. HnnnsniiHii HALLOWEEN 96 THANKSGIVING j%3 m mA Js w W . " » 7 : « ■ -J m 1 - MS B 1 Fy ' V B l v HL J hf r o k i i - m 97 £ ■ CHRISTMAS DINNER 98 f =: -m Dm Starting off the second semester of theme weekends was Brinser Dorm Council ' s Winter Carnival. Back by popular de- mand, this weekend featured both indoor and outdoor activi- ties. The highlight of the weekend was the indoor carnival held on Saturday evening. Casino games and concession stands filled the A. A. as students gambled and spent their play money. Those with big earnings had a chance to spend them at Sun- day ' s auction. Following the carnival activities, People ' s Choice hosted the dance. 99 fcM B|AtoW|A One of the highlights of the 1980-1981 school year was APB ' s successful presentation of the Broadway show, " Beatle- mania " . on January 30 in Thompson Gym, over 3,000 people were mesmerized as the evolution of the Beatles ' music was recreated. Cited as the " most ambitious theatrical audio-visu- al production to date " , the show captured the excitement, beau- ty, and hysteria of the 1960s in the slides, film clips and music. Four accomplished musicians effectively performed the music of Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and the late John Lennon. 100 tv£ for a: 7V£JF FOR : r ie tradition of student-produced musical reviews was continued this year by a newly organized club. S.T.E.P. The Student Team of Entertainers and Performers pre- sented their show on February 7, 8, and 9. The show, entitled " New York, New York " was directed by senior Maureen O ' Brien along with her committee of choreo- graphers. Cher 50 students were involved in this produc- tion which benefited the Elizabethtown Community Cen- ter. Numbers ranging from " New York, New York " to " Big Spender " to " On Broadway " keep standing-room- only audiences entertained. 101 if " jttl ° r the » 77je Synchronized Swim Club once again presented its successful swim show to benefit the Elizabethtown Hospital for Children and Youth. The Synchro Show combined 11 aquatic routines with a land show that tied the pool numbers together. This year ' s show entitled " All Over the World, " featured numbers from countries around the world. The land show, written and performed by members of Alpha Psi Omega, featured the adventures of the crew of an alien spaceship as they search the Earth for a desperately needed part. The show played to sold — out crowds February 25 through 28. 102 -«• ' - - - •- ' -« INTERNATIONAL On February 27 and 28, the International Club sponsored its original theme weekend. A hall decorating contest got floors involved in competing for the best representation of a country. The Music Man. Tom Stepanchak. spun tunes as students competed in an inter- national dance contest. During the dance, an international costume contest was also held. 103 F: AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT . . The mid — semester slump was avoided this year by an action — packed, crazy weekend planned by the Student Senate. A terrific stu- dent coffeehouse kicked off the weekend ' s activities on Thursday night. Crazy games and contests made for Friday night fun in " Almost Any- thing Goes. " Saturday night, the campus punked out to the sounds of THE SHARKS. Dressed in everything from neckties to leopard even- one whipped up a great time. 104 ' • 1981 DANCE - A — THON The fifth annual Dance-a-thon was held March 20-21 to benefit the Leukemia Society of America. Fifty couples danced 24 hours to raise $7800 to fight leukemia. A variety of dancing and scheduled meals and breaks keep the dancers going. Dancing in the square in downtown E — town highlighted Saturday dancing. The couples also " danced the night away " with local D.J.s. square dancing, costume dancing, and new wave sounds. 105 F ■hhE TMI FALLOUT WEEKEND The Sophomore Class and APB put their heads together to sponsor this 2 — year anniversary of TMI. In addition to a professional coffeehouse, a marathon run, and a meltdown dinner, the highlight was actual tours of TMI. BIG BROTHER BIG SISTER DAY » ? Over fifty children from the city of Harrisburgonce again invaded the E — town campus for a day of fun and activities. Co — sponsored by the Delphi Society and the Religious Life Council, approximately sixty students volunteered their time to be a big brother or sister. Games, bowling, swimming, dancing, and movies were among some of the activi- ties enjoyed by the children and their big brothers and sisters. ft 106 l " . Am tm - - .- l AN APRIL EVENING IN PARADISE JUNIOR — SENIOR DINNER DANCE " An April Evening in Paradise " was the theme of the 1981 Junior — Senior Dinner Dance held on April 4 at the Treadway Resort Inn. The Junior Class planned an evening of beauty and enjoyment. After a reception at the poolside, a delicious meal was served. " Section Eight, " from Washington. D.C.. pro- vided music as couples filled the dancing floor. Good food, good music, and the com- pany of good friends made for a memorable evening. 107 BRIGADOON On April 22. 23, 24, and 25, Campus Theatre presented the romantic musical, " Brigadoon. " A combined effort of the Communication Arts and Music departments, this production involved over eighty students. The story revolved around Tommy Albright (Played by Jeff Spade} and Jeff Douglas fC. John Palmer) who stumble into the magical town of Brigadoon which appears only once every hundred years. While there. Tommy falls in love with Fiona (Donna Hill and Holly Hardaway in this shared role). Strong singing and beautifully choreographed dance numbers highlighted this successful production. 108 v ., u ... - M a • • 1 i V u " t • ■ v iw ' r " A ■ - H iJZS Vj 0t ■!■ " 5 II. 1 jm - . i J FACUL TY ADMINISTRA TION VARIETY SHOW For the first time ever, a faculty administration variety show was held on April 12. Talents such as Dave lacono — Harris and Sherrie Raf field, Don Muston, Jim Hilton, and the Bookstore girls entertained the college commu- nity. 109 SAILING ... T.G.I.S. 1981 Sailing was the theme of this year ' s Thank God It ' s Spring weekend held April 24-26. Despite inclement weath- er, there were activities galore to keep everyone entertained. On Thursday night, the music of John Franklin kicked off the spring celebration. Jane Thomas and friends kept the music going during Friday ' s dinner. Later that night at the " Thompsoncabana " Night Club. Gil Eagles hypnotized and mesmerized the college campus. Nick Stamos and his crew once again outdid themselves at the special T.G.I.S. " Sail- ing " dinner on Saturday. Afterwards, the band. " Central Heat. " provided dancing sounds. The weather cleared up just in time for a fabulous outdoor concert on Sunday with Jonathan Edwards. 110 it • « mr ' - ' - • - • ■I rf ' W C " V ■ ■ H ■ T ■L-- • ' H Bk iH t H BT " " jB IT ♦ i 8 ■ 7 jtfvvl sr row. Jeff Spade {Freshman). David Presti (Junior), John Touloumes (Senior), David Kelley (Senior). 2nd row: Rohyn Pollina (Senior), Susan Borowski (Senior), Kalhy Keller (Senior), Diane Schaeffer (Senior), Holly Hardaway (Freshman). Tammy Irvin (Sophomore). Marvrose Frev (Junior). Absent: Janet lillano (Sophomore). STUDENT A WARDS CEREMONY For the third year, Elizabethtown College held its annual Student Awards Ceremony. Twelve students (pictured at left) received this year ' s distinguished student awards. Marianne Tezak was this year ' s recipient of the Alumni Outstanding Senior Award and Barbara Wight man was awarded the Raffen- sperger Journalism Prize for her work on the college yearbook. Outstanding resident assis- tants honored by the Housing Office were Lynda Davis, Kevin Jacoby, Maureen O ' Brien, and Julie Rankin. The Department of Athletics honored its outstanding players and athletes. The 46 students nominated for Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities were also recog- nized at the ceremony. Ill ■ ■ iv ' - ■ GRADUATION MAY 9,1981 m -M L mi " rfl ■i j i • ' - - ' , •• ,r For the first time in the history of the college, commence- ment exercises for the class of ' 81 were held outside in the Dell, Saturday May 9th. It was a most festive day as parents, rela- tives and friends gathered to see over 300 graduates receive their degrees. Commencement guest speaker, Ginny Thorn- burgh delivered an address on the various aspects of caring and Senior Class President Jack Llewellyn reflected on his four years at Elizabethtown College. Dave Iacono — Harris, Social Work Assistant Professor and the Music Department were this year ' s recipients of the Steinman Awards. A reception was held in Myer Circle following the exercises. 113 CLUBS Accounting Club Concert Choir Political Science Club Alpha Lambda Delta Conestogan P.S.E.A. Alpha Mu Computer Science Club Pre — Health Professions Club Alpha Psi Omega Delphi Society Psi Chi American Chemical Society E.C.F. Psychology Club Activities Planning Board Etownian SAM Club Awareness Coalition Fencing Club Sociology Club Biology Club F.C.A. Society of Physics Students Black Student Union History Club Social Work Club Brass Ensemble International Club Speech Club Campus Gold Jazz Band Student Senate Cheerleaders Marketing Club Sock Buskin C.H.E. W. Med — Tech Club S.T.E.P. Clarinet Quartet M.E.N.C. Supreme Fiction Club Commuter Council Math Club Synchro Swim Club Chorale Occupational Therapy Club T.R.E.E. Choral Union Outdoor Club Woodwind Quartet Community Orchestra Phi Beta Lambda EC 64 Concert Band Photography Club THE CONESTOGAN STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Photo Editors Barbara Wightman Louise Heist Molly Keith Leo Lucchesi Suzanne Schreiber Lynda McCutcheon Ginger Geissler Beth Matthews Sue Borowski Terri O ' Neill Sharon Kurowski Barry Herman Janet Shapiro Tom Stepanchak J. Reid Carleton Rochelle Angstadt Kris Manwiller Andre Cooper Photographers: Tom Stepanchak. Peggy Fox, Ginger Geissler, Elizabeth Cushing, Karen McCall. Deb Wood. Beth Matthews, Sue Herrick, Sue Reed, Kay Carpenter. Volunteers: Beth Reilly, Emily Meibohm, Jean Evans, Cindy Reese. Tim Kemmler. Arleen Moran. President: Mark C. Ebersole Advisor: Ken Baylor Dean of Students: Walter B. Shaw Publisher: Herff Jones Yearbooks — Mike Gilroy — Representative Photographic Services: Davor Photo. Inc. Senior Section Editors Sports Section Editors Activities Section Editors Clubs Section Editors Underclass Section Editor Faculty Admin. Editor Advertisements Editor Copy Editor Artists CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS: PRES: Jack Llewellyn VP: Gene Kirchner SEC: Robyn Pollina TREAS: Luanne Barnes JUNIOR CLASS: PRES: Holly Cooke VP: Maryrose Frey SEC: Mari Pugliese TREAS: Jay Eichelberger SOPHOMORE CLASS: PRES: A I Granger VP: Lynne Anderson SEC: Jane Daveler TREAS: Gail Reid FRESHMAN CLASS: PRES: Dave Doebler VP: Julie English SEC: Naomi Torchiana TREAS: Beth Hilbert £ UNDERCLASSMEN WELCOME I: STUDENTS! ELIZABETH TO WAJ COLLEGE ALUMWI -, SCHLOSSER 4t Schlosser RA ' s: Row 1 Lynda Davis, Maggie Beck(AC), Leslie Powell Row 2 Mary Jo Loftus. Jennifer Hampshire. Kalhy Schwarzmann. Schlosser Dorm Council: Row I Dana Aberle, Debbie Hawtof(VP), Liz Diacont, Allison Gorman, Kathy Jo McPike {Pres.) Row 2 Amy Ziegler, Maggie Beck{ Advisor), Mary Maucher, Nancy Gonzalez, Becky Dinulos[Treas.) Row 3 Joan RohrbaughfSocial Rep), Linda Needham(Sec), Deb Novobilski. Karen Gutshall. I-Easl: Row I Dianne Snyder. Nancy Baionno, Valerie Hoover, Joan Rohrbaugh, Allison Gorman. Lynda Davis( RAj. Mary Simansky Row 2 Sally Kammerer. Connie Vathis. Lisa Myers. Karen Nelson, Monica Benner, Beverly Sollenberger, Alison Cumens, Barb Baeckert. Kalhy Lau. Kim Milligan Row 3 Amy Ziegler. Pam Krieder Row 4 Joy Asplundh, Corny VonLersner, Tricia Landis, Diane Greenhalgh. Kalhy-Jo McPike. Karen Dorsey, Sue Kurtz. Vicki Freund. Pam Hunsberger, Thu Dang. Brunilda Fuentes Absent: Sherrie Peck. Kathy Schmidt. Connie Chronister. Carla Mylin. Deanna Dibert. Kim Girvin. Carol Spence, Dawn Eveler, Lola Gallant, Naomi Torchiana. Phyllis Dayton, Lisa Confer. 117 K i K. 2 — East: Row I Dawn Ciancia, Teresa Macrina, Jane Daveler, Lori Snyder, Chris Geig Row 2 Donna Hummel, Cindy Minor, Pam Grove. Carolyn Lee. Sam Hess. Dana Aberle. Huong Nguyen. Kim Wanke Row 3 Terri Linton. Joanne Andresky. Becky Evans, Andrea Klingenberg, Joan McNerney, Virginia Ray, Kim Rebuck, Julie Dum Row 4 Lori Bonner, Linda Seiple, Sue Stevens. Louise Heist. Mary Jo Loftus(RA) Absent: Gay Graham. Holly Noll. Jaymie Billbrough. Kelly Aucker. Pat Allen. Kim Whalen. Joanne Ware. Noni Lowndes. Kathy Hassinger. Lisa Groff. 2 — West: Row I Val Schmidt. Lorin Schaich. Lea Davis. Jennifer HampshireIRA). Mary Wallers. Lori Donofrio. Judy Koury Row 2 Page Lutz. Renee Horst. Linda Needham. Deb Novobilski. Lani Johnson. Cheryl Strasbaugh. Kaly Dempsey. Kim Nett. Karen Gulshall. Beth Brodhag. Kitty Nicodemus Row 3 Diane Nelson. Lorraine Miller. Cindy Sletler. Diane Schaeffer, Dawn Paul. Laurie Leayman. Robin Lesher. Angie Nelson. Suzanne Tessier Row 4 Vam i Gonzalez. Doreen Dempsey. Mindy Holt, Sue Grigson. Susan lchl Absent: Jane Thomas. Sue Kozak. Laurette Schuler. Sylvia Gove. Barb Stewart. Deb Wright, Jane Slolterback. Jeanne McCarty. Linda Warminski. 118 : . •i- ¥j 4a ' i — foif. Row Bf th Perkins, Debbie Hawtof, Chris Hinkle, Deb Snavely, Robin Eckert Row 2 Deb Nicholas, Mary Arnick, Leslie Powell(RA). Nancy Keffer, Jeanine Pantano. Cindy Lenker, Diane Forester Row 3 Laurie Jacobsen. Sharon Kurowski, Janice Hill. Bindy Kaercher, Jeanne Loeffler Row 4 Esther Coppock, Joyce Barnett, Connie Gallow, Sue Whitley, Joanne Coruzzi, Lori Zeigler, Connie Bahn, Kim Paskill, Karen Caprara. Row 5 Becky Dinulos, Julie Mahan, Lynn Sachs, Stacia Koval, Liz Diacont, Jean Evans, Beckie Donecker, Kathy Goodman, Barb McCoy, Gail Schmerfeld Absent: Robyn Pollina, Chris Jamieson, Arlissa Salamone, Terri Yesalavage. 3 — West: Row I Anne Siefert, Yvonne Herder Row 2 Audrey Snyder. Laurie Stetler. Janette Azelvandre, Cindy Reese Row 3 Cindy Nichols, Sherry Mason, Clarice Grant. Mary Beth Rdesinski, Donna Hull, Julie English. Cathy Conner. Karen Brune Row 4 Lori Gallego. Karen Eastridge. Peggy Sauer, Donna Fraunfelter. Mary Maucher Row 5 Mary Ann Sorrentino. Sue Ehlinger, Christine Walker. Kathy Schwarzmann(RA), Michelle Olein. Nancy Gonzalez Absent: Lita Foor. Beth Hilbert. Kathy Kirk. Becky Blair. Lien Dang, Carol Hopcke. Denise Hazelwood. Caryl Zimmerman. Lorraine Miller. Sue Schneider. 119 BRINSER Brinser RA ' s Ron Kevin Jacobv. Boh Cahill. Mark Trimmer Row 2 Jimmy Cavanaugh, Rick Autrey ■ SH- -: Brinser Dorm Council: Row I Mark Hornberger Row 2 Herb Yost (Pres.). Bill Kettrick (Sec), Tom Stepanchak Row 3 John Biltner, Kevin Jacoby. Wayne McCullough (AC), Tim Keech. Bob Cahill Row 4 Roy Meyer. Mark Beiler. Mark Trimmer. Rick Galley (VP) Absent: Bill DeMora (Treas.). I — NS: Row 1 Nick Rogers. Chris Dowdell, Sieve Aungsl. John Boehm. Rick Aulrey (RA) Row 2 Tom Showers, Tim Anne, Load Yeager, Mike Wagner. Javed Bhalli. Bob Keen Row 3 Woody Rolhenberger. Dave Hickernell. Dave Wenger Row 4 Bill Kettrick. Rick Galley. Kirk Dawson Row 5 Randall Malick. Joe Schultz. Brian Carroll. John Bittner. Tom Slephanchak. Tom Hart. Joe Kibala. Bob Stamp. Steve Simmers Absent: Walt Schlett, Dave Sempeles. Bob Zaccano. Kirk Billet. Roy Martin. 121 % ' - n rf r: 2 — North: Row 1 Chris Cavanaugh. Dave Doebler. Mike Keller, Scolt Lied Row 2 Kurt Fisher. Scott Miner, Mike Kanyak, Jon Singer, Mike Shupp Row 3 Jimmy Cavanaugh (RA), Ron Faus, Mike Miley Row 4 Don Vmberger, Laine Heltebridle, Dan Noyes Row 5 Dave Beall, Rick Brinser. Doug Glass. Jim Jameson Row 6 Nick Broujos. Keith Kurtz. Jerry Gladfelter Absent: Allen Artz. Shibs, Tom Bailey. 2 — South: Row I Mark " Burger " Hornberger. Scott Miller. Jim " Slick " Fitting Row 2 Herb " Herbal " Yost. Bob Wolpert. Barrv Dohner Row ) Kevin " Jaco " Jacoby IRAK Mark " Sparkv " Sohns. Ed Ebling, Joe St anger Row 4 Roy Meyer. John Brewer. Kyle Ward. Todd Heisey. Bill Young Row 5 Mark Zurko. Mark Beiler, Jeff Rill. Ken " Commuter " Greider. Mark Irish Row 6 Todd Nave. Curt Heisey. Darryl " D-Boone " Brown Absent: Tim Keech. Andy Mehalko. Tim Bledsoe. Tim Mover. Matt Richards. 122 • «J -. - - - , 3 — North: Row 1 Jim Boris, Bob Cahill (RA) Row 2 Ed Koehler. Bill DeMora, Mike Anderson, Todd Armstrong Row 3 Bruce Rowe, Mike Arevalo, Jim Testerman Row 4 Rick Zmuda. Steve Pease, JeffMcCloy, Chau Bui Row 5 Al Mede, Bill Shebey, Mike Tinucci. Scot Custer Row 6 David Githens. Vince Simansky, Eric Daiga Absent: Buster William- son. Mike Mitchell. John " Heatwave " Perkins, Chuck Hart. 3 — South: Row I Beth. Andy " Little Wrestler " Maurer. Doug " Wank " Wanke. Doug " Us " Abel. Alvin " Onionhead " Walton, Jeff " Bleech " Bleecher, Scott " Moto " Slauffer. Eric " Bagger " Luckenbaugh Row 2 Karl " Rock " Baker, Kevin " Spud " Plesnik, Stephen " Animal " Chester, Andy " Bugs " Silverman Row 3 Craig " Cactus " Kovach, Don " Dan " Kleiss. Rex " Alligator " Lofland, Tim Kershner. Ray " Basket " Hershey. Rich Jacobson Absent: Mark " Dad " Trimmer (RA). Dave Kettering. Keith Buohl. Jeff Kerstetter. Clark McSparren. John Shumate. Dave Burkholder. 123 AWf MYER 124 Myer RA ' s: Row I Nancy Heriel. Julie Rankin. Sandra Postupack Row 2 Mary Anne Geiger. Colette K , h l a VfcCullough {A( A fa Myer Dorm Council: Row I Mari Pugliese (VP), Dotty Donovan Row 2 Martha Groff, Vicki MacWright, Mary Munich Row 3 Fran Gross (Treas.), Wayne McCullough (AC), Cindy Cooley (Sec.) Absent: Judy Seldomridge (Pres.). Faith Bernard. 1 — East: Emily Martens. Gretchen Nettling, Cindy Marx, Mary Ann Merel. Sandra Postupack Absent: Maureen Glose, Vicki MacWright. Maureen Rittner, Nora Barlow. Katrina Myers. Judy Wilder. 125 2 — East: Row I Barb Martin. Nancy HertellRA). Nancy McCutlom, Cheryl Petti, Mary Everline Row 2 Mari Pugliese, Mary Rose Frey, Sue Arter, Maria Long, Beth Eberhart, Jodi Wise, Lisa Schoener. Lisa Kirkland Row 3 Kay Keller, Amy Zacharias. Kathie Boyle, Nancy Pederson, Martha Falkenstein. Beth Grumbine, Chris Hershey, Sue Lynam. Faith Bernard Absent: Tammy Burk, Marueen Roberts, Jenny Spencer. Dana Buterbaugh. Alecia Masood. Karen Allen. Annette Fox. Jonna Long, Bernie Wilk. Dorinda Christ. 2 — West: Row I Wendy Barrett. Sue Wallie. Robin Lilarose. Dotl Donovan. Julie RankinfRAI, Melinda Crabbs. Linda Torgerson. Beth LeConey Row 2 Donna Lenker. Jenny Haifley. Donna Hill, Dolly Locke. Nancy McCollum. Kalhy Detrick, Linda Sites. Jeanne McClure Row 3 Diane Lenhart. Michele Ryan. Kalhy Bohn. Lisa Brown Row 4 Niki Costello. Lynn Barbour. Anne Shillingford. Katy Boyle. Sue Rogers Absent: Joelle Riley. Alicia Huertes. Arlene Green 126 . -. ' m 1 . s ' «- ■■ . « 3 — East: Row I Jackie Frear, Holly Cooke Row 2 Lori Herr, Sandy Kreider, Lynne Anderson. Diane Ford, Betsy Musselman. Tina Garrison Row 3 Gayle Kline. Kalhy Ross. Beeki Buss. Linda McCullough. Mabel Sweilzer. Cindy Cooley. Loretta Price. Annette Murray Row 4 Carenda Baker. Joanne Larson. Fran Gross, Becky Love. Mary Munich Row 5 Cindy Neil. Mary Anne Geiger(RA). Judy Seldomridge. Lynne Bisbing. Polly Oldis Absent: Joy Little. Jenny Shultz. Karin Fink. Barb Young. Julie Hilliard, Gwen Kenyon. Sherry Rarick. Eileen Floriani. Nancy Scott. 3 — West: Row I Melanie Miles. Beth Bosilovich Row 2 Lauren Winner. Gaye Smith. Mary Yingling. Sue Reed. Diane Bisher Row 3 Jenni Zimmerman. Lisa Lang. Judy Priggins. Karen Lutz. Colette KochIRA). Phyllis Holton Row 4 Emily Meibohm. Wendi Walker, Jacqui Harmer. Terry Dess. Ellen Cooper. Marion Ward. Holly Hardaway. Lisa Kauffman. Julie Metcalf. Martha Groff Absent: Pam Miller, Shawn Lowe. Sue Blomster. Anne Reifsnyder. Marcia Rebman. 127 1 A " i • I ■ Ober Dorm Council: Row I Gary Wylde (Sec.j, Glenn Scheyhing (Treas.). Tim Kemmler (Pres., Joe Orlando. Rich Terry Row 2 Kurt Biedlingmaier, Greg Seifter, Herk Rintz. Mac McCullough (AC). Doug Weisbach Absent: Fran DeSalvo. Bob Merlz (VP), Bruce Merritt. A — : Row I Dave Hahn. Brian Snyder. Skip Baylor. Chuck Link. Bob Morion Row 2 Wayne Erdman, Tim Collins. Bob Jordan. Pat Fricchione. Jay Eichelberger. Jeff Wynn. Orlando Rodriguez. Dave Presli Row 3 Kurt Biedlingmaier. Charlie Artz, Tom Morral. Blair Bux. Glenn Rigg. Kevin Markey. Tim Kemmler. Tom Gammon, Steve Shubert. Bob Merlz. Don Bufalo. Nick Sirianni Absent: Dale Sheaffer. Dennis Boyle. John Schmilz. Gary Chesney. Bob Trimble, Pal McPaul. Craig Bright. Ernie Holmes. Kent Whiting. Doug Ward. 129 im A — 2: Row 1 Ken Jones. Jack Llewellyn(RA) Row 2 Jack Mentzer, Eric Kilhefner, Lou Hannon. " Stud " Defino, Wayne Humphreys. John Hilla. Scot Hess Row 3 Frank Lamberta. Mark " Chad " Chadwick. D.T., Unknown, " Percy " , Ron, Pat. Mike. Jerry Row 4 Tom Holcombe. " Captain " Dave Shaw. Andre Cooper. Joe Barrett. Albert Granger. Paul Charles Radding. John Arndt. George Neidig Hermit Absent: Bill Clifford, John Curtin. G ttl WXy 130 A — 3: Row I Bob Speers. Mark Hershberger Row 2 Doug Weisbach, Nikila Green, Slu Hubbard. Mark Jordan. Al Rossi. Dennis Brennan Row 3 Tim McClure. Glen Maltias. Scott Stauffer. Vftke Hiesler, Hiroshi Ishikawa. Chris Rhinesmith. Tom Smith, Johnny Mumford Row 4 Jim Watson, Dave Satterthwaite. Sick Haitos. Art George Row 5 Dan Hammond. Jack O ' Reilly. Jay Byert bsenl H, ' b ( i:ingcr RA . Jeff Steftv. Rick Kidron. Dennis Boyle. Erik Randolph. Brian Meiser. Charles Hayes. Andv Rich. Glenn Arizini. Brad Milliard. Ron Rmcr. I . •» Copenhaver, Will Monlalvo. Sam Kline. Rich 4sh, (mr Coleman I ■ B — B: Row 1 Chris Andrews, Scolt Frick, Dave Thatcher, Bruce " Dutch " Ulrich(RA) Row 2 Drew Devitt, C.J Palmer. Jud Gemmill, Bill Ewer, Mike Leid, Kevin Breighner, Jay Greer Absent: Craig Beittel. Andy Wasilisin. Don Warner, Scott Pryor. ssss ■■ ■ MP H jh 111 111 in ill A %ff B r " gJc ' QxS idl ..JbsXi w ' r B pSdK L J S3 ' 1 fi V m lljL 1 m M : ta »: B — . Row I Guy Creep, Kurt Anderson Row 2 Roy Bickel. Joe Orlando. Jeff Schaum. Tim Hand. John Way. Darryl Swart:. Tom Smith, Dan Nixon Row 3 Dave Melzler. Mike Harleman. John Bowman. Ted O ' Donnell. Bob Deimler. Matt Douglas, Bill Davidson. Eric Love, Bob Buell Row 4 Glenn Slernitzke. Brian Hartman. Scott Vaz. Rich Wagner. Andy Pagenkopf. Scott PiferlRAI. Keith Dunlop Absent: Steve Souder. Mike Ochman. Robert Marshall. Neil Mansur. Vernon Lee. Brian Crouse. Norman Weise. Tom Becker. Fran DeSalvo. George Pappas. Barry Gov. Bill Gentry. Z W 131 B — 2 Row I Tom WoolleyfRA 1st semester), Tony Rolsal. Kevin Warner, Here Rinlz. Gary Slepanchiek Row 2 Greg Weaver. Frank Souder, Mike Hudome, Norman Goss. Rick Beitlel Row 3 Rich Carter, Tom Iredale. Pete Spragg. Larry Lesher. Lee Davis, Dave Kennedy Row 4 Jim LaPorta, Rudy Fisher, Brett Tennis, George Gerdis. Don Chapman. Tom Neiss, Craig Pursel Row 5 Gary Wylde. Rich TerryfRA 2nd semester). Mike Brennan. Al Geckle. Dan Schmidt. Dave Beatly. Fred Potts. John Winand. Pat Hawkins Absent: Wes Terry, Nick Broujos. ■ :■«. " -• B — 3: Row I Glenn Scheyhing. Tony Knight Row 2 Greg Siefter. Perry Owen. John Joyce, Dave Slepanchak. Dave Chute. Rob Fratantoni. Mark Ford Row 3 Tim Zimmerman. Tim Hihm. Paul Sergi. Brian Kaercher. Neil Shanahan Row 4 Barry Herman(RA). Joe Boyle. Dwight Davis. Greg Gioffre. Craig Tosh, Dana Reese, Tom Lancaster Row 5 Dave Bradley. Dave Allman, Dane Mc Alpine Absent: George Forbes. Bruce Merrill, Mike Federici. Kevin Vrabel. Sok Young Kim, Joe Kramer. Gene Kirschner. Leigh Hannum. Sieve Rathsam. Keith Grant. Joel Elder. Larry Singer, Bill Shank. Tom Taglang. Tod Shedlosky. £ 132 ROYER Royer Dorm Council: Row 1 Gay Detweiler(Sec). Amy Porter Row 2 Joyce Lehman, Sue KirbylTreas.), Beth Metzger, Mary Ellen Zizos Row 3 Carolyn Weaver, Grelchen Franz(VP). Lisa Hamilton, Deb Graves Row 4 Nancy Neimeyer, Carol Richman, Terri SweigartfPres.). -- t— — South: Row I Doris Wegner, tori Zagorskie. Robyn Wramage. Holly Engle. Melanie MetzgerlRAK Barb Stone. Sue Herrick Row 2 Carolyn Weaver, Karen Jeiteles. Allison Cassidy. Gail Reid. Chris Wolfe, Alane Seiler. Debbie Gable Toby Absent: Karen Barker. Beth Bowser. Bettina Oellig. Holly Rossi. 134 ■ • 2 — North: Row I Michelle Gaiolli, Dianne Swatski, B. Mary Royer, Maria Long, Deb Graves Row 2 Lisa Hamilton, Becky Zimmerman, Diane Kee. Kathy Snyder, Leonora Lucchesi, Ellen Martin, Carolyn Gray Row 3 Chris Agnew, Yvonne DockeyIRA), Michele Marsh. Carta Hofmann, Jill Page, Kathy McCambridge Absent: Roberta Luxlon. Cheri Paul. Nancy Yarnall. Jeanmarie Dennen. 2 — South: Row I Sue Coney Row 2 Sherry Russin. Nancy Niemeyer. Wanda Buzzard. Paula Ferguson. Sandy Hensel Row 3 B.B. Vanelli, Carol Caricofe, Dorinda Christ, Karen Lease. Val Williams. Carol Richman. Jeanna Clark. Corinne " Killer Bee " Foor Row 4 Linda Wagner. Beth Geidel. Kyle Arizini. Betsy Wetzel. Laurie Hosman Row 5 Nancy Carlson. Sue Hivner. Laura Beat. Tami Weaver. Sandi Longsderff. Kim Mohl Absent: Cathy KipplRA). Christy Butler. 135 ■ m | 3 — North: Row I Jane Brennan. Cathy Starr. Brenda Misheck Row 2 Sue Wiatroski. Donna Way. Ann Mumford Row 3 Laura Goldy, Molly Hanson, Joanne Soyka. Janice Thirlwall Row 4 Kathy Mere!, Patty Kogut. Ellen Watts. Pam Lorincz Row 5 Eileen Crim. Mary Ellen Zizos Row 6 Maggie Disch (RA). Lori Henninger. Laura Lowenbach. Sharon Warner Absent: Chris Witbak, Diane Dondero. 136 3 — South: Row I Debbie McGarry. Gay Detwiler. Joyce Lehman Row 2 Lisa Clevinger. Lisa Groff. Carol Rogers. Debbie Trainer Row 3 Joyce Clevinger. Carol Brenna. Betsy Huber Row 4 Sue Bulterworth. Cindy law. Roslvn lewis. Diann Steinmeier. Marianne Noll. Sue Kirb Won 3 Lynn Crowers IRA). Jodi Clark. Sarah Muyskens Absent: Twila Shae fer. Vickie Overly. Chris Foor. i • -«• .« FOUNDERS Founders Dorm Council: Row I Ann Cybulski, Kris Manwiller fTreas). Deb Stefani Row 2 Kathyann Hutchinson, Janet Villano, Karen Skovira (Activities), Allyson Rider. Lisa Loercher (Sec). Li: Weitzmann, Kim Beattie Row 1 Dot Rogers, Bill Jordan. Bernie Bambrick (Pres.l, Gary Beck Absent: Sandy Wagner (VP). 137 • A-I: Row I Lori Hartman. Deb Bucker, Sue Borowski (RA) Row 2 Alyson McGwire, Karen Nitterhouse. Sandy Wagner. Sharon Eby, Peggy Fox, Jean Garman, Diane Coriellessa, Kay Gordon, Ginger Geissler Row 3 Jenny Kissel, Kris Manwiller, Tess Tulley, Lee Ann Chelak. Beth Matthews Absent: Beth Shenenberger, Shelby Raudensky, Wendy Flanders. Cathy Anderson, Suzelte Desjardin. Kathy Heindel. A-2: Row I Julie Murphy (RA), Lori Bannon. Cherie Ankeny. Dottie Jacoby. Melody Libhart. Sue Souder. Colleen McAuey. Cheryl Krukowski Row 2 Nancy Dublin, Regina Schneider, Cathy Ebersole. Deb Wood. Kathy Doolittle. JoAnne Roberts. N ' ikila Green. Lynda Bloomer Row 3 Anne Dixon. Anne Coles, Randi Montgomery. Carol Smith. Patti Mover, Irene Donohue Absent: Colleen Cooligan, Brenda Mi:dail. Karen Keiler. Joyce Anderson, Roxanne Zsiray, Melinda Rosen. Susie Wright. Kathy Cherego. Cindy Bakalian. Sue Shearer. 138 A-3: Row I June Denlinger row 2 Carol Kasel, Erin Garrity, Barb Glackin, Jane Heim. Audrey Johnson, Elfie Paquelte, Shawna Riggs Row 3 Kelly Book, Sharon Lynch. Gail Galbraith, Michele Erbe, Tina Wilson, Pali Suarez Row 4 Holly Carminl. Kathy Slahl. Diane Ariz (RA). Jamie Hurley, Cheryl Terbol. Karen Clark. Nancy Hahn, Linda Ott. Berni Bambrick Row 5: Lisa Ciolti. Kim Lisbon Absent: Colleen Coolican. Lisa Rogers, Shelley Gross. Ann Hilla, Lynn Jump, Amy Gohn. Jenny Swisher. B-l: Row I Emily Duzey. Ivelisse Acosta, Joni Humpert. Robin Bower (RA). Esther Vorhauer Row 2 Terri Rehn. Tarn Wolf. Beverly Boyer, Allyson Rider. Diane While. Rosie Pugliese Absent: Toni Jennings. 139 . • B-2: Row 1 Betsey Kirk, Geri Bradley, Jane Hawley, Diane Walker, Phuong Vo Row 2 Edith Nelson. Kathy Hetrich, Linda Worst. Arleen Moran. Stephanie Hall, Elyse Fratantoni Row 3 Sue Hand, Karen Mummert, Andra Smith. Lynn Collingwood, Barbara Wightman (RA), Kathyann Hutchinson, Carol Weber Row 4 Lisa Naugle. Elizabeth Cushing, Marlene Gruber. Wanda Hertzog. Teresa Rowe. Deb Blaschak Absent: Michelle Waldron. Carol Fees. Nancy McCollum. Ann Cybulski, Melissa Mullin, Teresa Puhalla. m - rt««BE B-3: Row I Pam Craig. Leanna Munizenberger. Maureen Coyne. Alexa Hardysh. S andy Mack. Deb Craig Row 2 Peg Longo. Tammy Irxin, Deb Balthaser, Peggy Ford, Karen McCall, Amy Grimm, Lorie Gage, Marianne Tezak IRA) Row 3 Pam Palmieri, Kris Hoffman, Janet Villano, Terri O ' Neill. Laura Colonna. Sue Seifrit. Deb Schillinger. Barb Lockard Row 4 Deb Lebo. Lisa Laudenslager, Beth Peiffer. Molly Keith. Claire Porter Absent: Carol Roland. Sandy Farmer, Karen Kottmeyer. Melissa Weaver, Deb Simon. 140 C-l: Row I Tracy Binkley (RA), Debbie Erikson Row 2 Kalhy Lambert, Rochelle Angstadt. Rhonda Heindel. Marie Francks, Mary Lou Regan. Lorie Hart Row 3 Carolyn Fleming. Nanci Jo Grimm. Karen " Hopper " Slruve. C-2: Row I Sandy Austin. Karen Skovira. Kim Glass. Kay Carpenter. Lisa Loercher. Beth Moloney. Nancy Plante, Laura Macaluso Row 2 Elaine Wise. Maureen Maggese, Teri Godfrey. Elaine Weller Row 3 Marty Brose. Kalhy Knight. Patty Hoferer, Pam Saltier. Anne Weigand Row 4 Sandy Stewart. Kalhy Keller (RA), Janet Shapiro, Dianne Jones. Jacki Hagmayer Absent: Nancy Simon. Sherry Mason. Luanne Barnes. JoAnne Glah. Kelly Ludwig. Melissa Sluffl. Edie Thompson. Beth Whilacre. 141 , jr — r C-3: Row 1 Lynda McCutcheon, Suzanne Schreiber (RA). Bernie Bambrick, Judy Fuller, Ginny Howard. Mary Ann Calderone, Shelly Roger Row 2 Beth Spangler, Robin Ford, Kris Reese, Jane Binnersley, Liz O ' Donnell. Michelle Frizol, Heather Heissenbuttel, Susanna Beron Row 3 Tracy Martin. Bill Gentry. Cathy Kwader. Cheri Woods. Deb Slefani. Dot Rogers, Kathy Carey. Carolyn Behr. Tom Woodson. Mary Barr. Joanne Sims Absent: Sue Carbone. Rose Junkin. Cathy Slaub. Cheri Fogelsanger. Laurie Kirchner. Marissa Koziar, Kim Menges. D-l: Row I Alan Hair. Tim Keebaugh. Abdul Moosa (RA), Tom Hohenwarter Row 2 Don Boehm. Gary Beck. Bill Jordan, Piyush Chowhan, Mike Silvernagle. Frank " Fudjo " Sluzis Row 3 Scott Klein. Rick Wagner. Pat Killian. Mark England. Dave " Woody " Woodinglon. Chris Smith. Steve McKee Absent: Greg Schoelkopf. Mike Kondash. Tim Ruhl. Bill Gentry. George Pappas. 1 ••■ ■ D-2: Row I Gia Altomari, Mary Ann Kenney. Cheryl McCabe, Lisa Bollard. Patti Sanderson Row 2 Yukiko Hosokawa, Liz Weitzmann. Carroll Boylan. Sharon Kauffman, Michelle Casario. Kalhy Lambert, Katrina Ost, Maryrose Check Row 3 Barbara Snyder. Cindy Auerbach. Jayne Shea. Linda Giganlino Row 4 Sharon Corretore. Maura Herlihy. Jackson Browne. Donna Wilson (RA). Shane Roia. Kim Beatlie. Bruce. Diane Ames. Lorri Mitchell Absent: Stacia Ogburn, Pam Brown. Cherie Zieber. Michelle Zimmerman. Michele Arnold. Ellen Whitacre. Linda Smith. Diane Woodend. Becki Buss (RA 2nd semester). Vv • I t in D-3: Row I Tim Trayer. Scoob Coleman. Chris Forsythe. Don Winger. Scott Weidner Row 2 Tim Holder. Tom Woodson. Mike Doerr Row 3 Jeff Gosnell IRA). Drew Sole. Ray Tierney. Chris Knauer, George Binner. Chris Lenhart. Nick Messica Row 4 Gary Baker. Dave Sohn. Mark Smith. Jeff Kilsock. Mike Spongier, Ralph Richard Row 5 Mike Boess, Stan Shilling. Dave Behrs Absent: Paul Gerding. Mike Adamko. Mike Meiskey. Steve Ford. John Mulkerin. Jim Davis. Paul Pontius. h 143 ■ CO-OPS Sigma: Row I Chris Wolf, Lee Meriwhether. Sandy Bock. Sybil Raunch Row 2 Marcia Kessler. Karen Gallagher, Anne Marie McCafferty. Pal Kogul. Georgeanna Splevin Absent: Mary Kohul (RA). 144 - - Rose Garden: Row I Betsy Isaacs, Trina Schwing. Gretchen Nettling Row 2 Anne Messina, Ann Foley IRA), Serena Von der Heiden Absent Heidi Stahl. Hilary Welsh. p. Rudweise it ft • t » Maple: Ignatz, Jim Clemenle (RA 1st semester), Dave Lehman. Devin Sawdey. Gary Procek Row 2 Pete Roland, Bill McKara. Brad Rhoads. Jeff Tamburro. Randy Lowe, Mike Paolini, Scott Kocevic Absent: Dave Kelley (RA 2nd semester}. Holly House Row I Mary Anne Doll, Maureen O ' Brien (RAI. Mancv Coyne, Page Palmer Row 2 Almut Hessler. Betsy Morris. Diane March. Wendy Chin Absent: Karen Hamann 145 Green Gables: Missi Northrop. Jenny Hart. Mary Ellen Marshall. Julie May {RAI. Li: Baker. Aud " Iggy " Fetter. Maryanne Foy. Dot Connelly. Joan McCandless. Maryjo Szada Absent: Maureen Connelly. Julie Milanick. 146 c. . FACULTY ADMIN 1ST RA TION Mr. Henry Libharl (Department Chairman). Mr. Jeff White. Ms. Karen Wenger. Mrs. Agnes Tavani. Dr. Rollin Pepper, Dr. Frank Polanowski. Mr. Ronald Laughlin (Department Chairman). Dr. Robert Heckman. Dr. Frederic Hoffman, Dr. James Dively. First row: Ms. Donna MotliUa. Mrs. Carroll Kreider. Mrs. Alice Knouse (Department Secretary). Ms. J. Sue Dolan Second row: Mr David Griswald. Mr. Donald Muston. Mr. Sam Weaver. Mr Marshall Pomroy. Mr. George Gliplis Third row: Mr Stanley Never, Mr Hugh Evans. Mr Maurice Hoppie. Dr. Jay Buffenmyer {Department Chairman) tbsenl Mr Edgar Bitting, Miss Martha Eppley. Mr Randy Trostle. 14S f A $ i y . . n - -V. ! - rs 2 Sealed: Dr. Charles Schaeffer Standing: Mr. Jack Hedrick (Department Chairman}. Ms. Lidia Hernan- dez, Miss Zoe Proctor, Dr. Raymond Reeder, Mrs. Elizabeth Neyer, Dr. John Ranck. First row: Mr. Gerry Wolff. Dr. Jack Sederholm Second row: Mr. Donald E. Smith (Department Chairman). Dr. Jobie Riley. SCIENCE o Ms. Barbara Tulley (Department Chairman I. Mr. Thom- as Leap. 149 — w . »1 I ' M Sealed: Dr. Boyd Fox, Dr. Hooshang Bagheri, Dr. Carl Callenbach, Dr. Donna Gaver Standing: Mr. Stanley Bowers. Dr Paul Rice (Department Chairman). Seated: Mrs. Noel Kupras-Bauer. Ms. Elizabeth Russell (Department Chairman), Dr. Thomas Dwyer, Mrs. Louise Black Standing: Mrs. Linda Campbell. Dr. John Campbell. Ms. Suzanne Miller Magda, Mrs. Shirley Deichert. Mr. Gerry Wolff. O 5 Sealed: Dr. J Kenneth Kreider (Department Chairman) Standing: Dr Richard Mumford, Dr. Beta Vassady, Dr. Thomas Winpenny, Mr H Herbert Poole. 150 i. • LANGUAGES First row: Mr. I.L. Bossier. Mr. Robert Morse Second row: Dr. Donald Koontz. Dr. Ernest Blaisdell Third row: Mr. Robert Dolan, Mr. John Koontz. Dr. Ronald Shubert (Department Chairman). is Seated: Mr. Uldis Daiga (Department Chairman). Mrs. Suzanne Goodling Standing: Ms. Diane Griffiths. Ms. Susan Terrio. THERAPY First row: Dr. Carl Shull. Dr. John Harrison. Mr. David Barger Sec- ond row: Mr. Otis Kitchen. Mr. John Stites. Mr. Harry Simmers (De- partment Chairman). Dr. Darrell Douglas. Seated: Ms. Reba Sebelist (Department Chairman!. Mrs. Laura Fuller Standing: Miss Sherry Gibson. Mrs. Gail Ri- cher!. 151 • EDUCATION Ms. Yvonne Kauffman, Mr. Joseph Whitmore, Mr. Donald P. Smith, Mr. D. Kenneth Ober (Department Chairman). Dr. Owen Wright. Mr. Robert Garrett. EARTH SCIENCE Dr. Richard Bowman, Mr. Hubert Custer (Department Chairman). Mr. Glenn Thompson. SCIENCE W ; ' i Dr Wayne Selcher (Department Chairman), Mr. W Wesley Mc- Donald. Dr. Robert Lamonlagne. 9 in 152 ■ ' - - Dr. Andrew Sagar, Dr. Judith McLaughlin. Dr. Delberi Ellsworth (Department Chairman). Dr. Robert Cheung. Dr Paul Dennis. PHILOSOPHY Dr. Eugene Clemens (Department Chairman), Dr. Austin Ritterspach. Dr. Stanley Sutphin. Mr. Armon Snowden. Dr. William Puffenberger. SOCIAL WORK O o Dr Donald Kraybill (Department Chairman). Mrs. Sharon Raffield. Mr. Bruce Lehr. Mr. David lacono-Harris Absent: Mr. Russell Eisenbise. Ms. Vivian Bergel. Mark C. Ebersole DEAN OF FACULTY First row: Michael Andrews. Bruce Wilson. Guy Cooper, Henry Long Second row: E. Margaret Gabel. Martha Eppley. Sandra Zerby. Gail Derek. Ann Carper. I V £4 STUDENT AFFAIRS First row: Jo Ann Ramsey. Pal March. Maggie Beck. Beverly Pisci- lelli Second row: Bill Griffin. Dr Walter Shaw. Gordon Bateman. Wayne McCullough. James Hilton. D. Kenneth Oher. Royal Snave- h , ... 1 ■I- AD VER TISEMENTS mM « L GOOD COURSE: jDcUlKing L Student loans, checking accounts, money ciders, savings, all banking services, offered by one of Pennsylvania ' s largest banks. Hours convenient. Prerequisites for admission none. h ' i j py fo help you ' rank your way through college. COMPLIMENTS OF Commonwealth National Bank Elizabethtown Office 10-12 South Market Street 367-1116 E-town East Office Rt 230 Schwanger Rd 367-1041 " happy to help yen Bank " Member Fl )I(i . . I ' - Sauft ifartin Stehman ' s IGA 626 S. Market Street Elizabethtown, Pa. 367-1943 [ STORES YOUR BRAND NAME STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS S NCE 1895 Hart Schaffner Marx Van Heusen Phoenix Clothes Jantzen H agger Gleneagles Far ah London Fog Arrow Woolrich Lee Wrangler 1 Center Square 20 S. Union St. Elizabethtown Middletown Harrisburg East Mall Harrisburg Pa. CARPENTER ' S INN Dining Room Lounge Coffee Shop 26-32 S. 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You ' ll have enough things going against you - we think you should have a good bank on vour side . . . ours. dDeiizABethtown Tcust Company P O BOX 227 • ELIZABETHTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 17022 • 717-367-1156 Special Day 3105 SYCAMORE ST. HARRISBURG. PA. 17111 717564-7055 APPOINTMENTS PREFERRED Daily 11 00 AM -8:00 PM Sat 10:00 AM -4:00 PM ARCO Hoffer ' s Arco Perk ' s Car Service State Inspection — Towing — Tires — Batteries Accessories 135 N. Market St. Elizabethtown. Pa. 367-7513 900 S. Market St. 367-6346 hi ■ ■ ■• PATRONS Economy Shoe Store Zarfoss Hardware 15-17 West High Street Market Center Square Elizabethtown 367-7532 Elizabethtown 367-1261 Jane ' s Showcase of Gifts BinkJey ' s Sewing Machines 33 South Market Street 111 North Market Street Elizabethtown 367-0611 Elizabethtown 367-1450 Bishops Studio ■ Camera Shop Moose ' s 5 ■ 10 44 North Market Street Market Center Square Elizabethtown 367-1322 Elizabethtown 367-4707 Christian Light Bookstore J.B. Hosletter Sons, Inc. 48 South Market Street 45 South Market Street Elizabethtown 367-1360 Elizabethtown 367-1929 Messick Farm Equipment, Inc. I would like to express my appreciation to the 1981 Conestogan staff for the effort and time they have put into making this book possible. Special thanks to Mr. Baylor — advisor and Mr. Mike Gilroy — yearbook representative for all their help. Special thanks also to Rheems Exit Rt. 283 Elizabeth. Arleen and Terri. Elizabethtown 367-1319 Barbara J. Wightman Editor Beatlemania: John, Paul, George and Ring! Brinser 3 South prompts informal discussion wl Ginny Thornburgh to speak . , pu pi . at 78th commencement Attention, Senior Class students A Chance To Speaki TGIS to be entrancing SJEp |nSldeV Ober men polled on draft New Yo rk, New York i :. Junior-Senior Dance p re mieres in A.A. Ll JaygalS go On spike! 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