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

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4 REFERENCE MATERIAL FOR LIBRARY USE ONLY u i; ; ; r ■■». m Conestogan 1985 Elizabethtown College Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Vol. XXXIV ZUG MEMORIAL LIBRARY ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE ELIZABETHTOWN, PEHNA. 2 The beauty of E-town its people and places. 3 4 The beauty of E-town its people and places. 5 The Beauty of E-town its people and places. 7 r, -«T! T UttrnJ L. " " " te k ;.., jdj:. - . IK) JL ro ± -■£ . W I ar- . r . ' " at l« Wf 7 . ' - ' •■• • . 1 ■:. • .-.•■ ' ■ ' • 8 The beauty of E-town its people and places. 9 10 The beauty of E-town ... its people and places. 11 12 The beauty of E-town ... its people and places. 13 : ' " ?rr r -t- ----- - ----- - - -I 14 The beauty of E-town . . its people and places. 15 16 The beauty of E-town . . . its people and places. 17 18 Seniors KIMBERLY E. ADK1NS 245 Hickory Dr. Lititz, PA 17543 SAM Club, Schlosser Dorm Council, Yahtzee Club, RT Fan Club " I love Schlosser 3 — West and Randy. " JUDITH A. ANDERSON RD 8 Box 298 Danville, PA 17821 APB, Delphi Society, Account- ing Finance Club, Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Etownian, Student Sen- ate Representative, Resident As- sistant KIMBERLY E. ADKINS Business Administration JUDITH A. ANDERSON Accounting DIANE CHERYL ANNIS 275 Second Street Schwenksville, PA 19473 Computer Science Club DIANE C. ANNIS Computer Science LINDA JEANNE BALL 122 Hillside Road Sparta, NJ 07871 STEP, SAM Club, Marketing Club, Outdoor Club, Conestogan Activities Editor Future Plans — Boston Bound, Sometimes you just gotta say . . . " Let the disappointments pass. Let the laughter fill your glass. Let your illusions last until they shatter. " Jackson Brown STEVEN LEE AUNGST 205 Hillcrest Road Lebanon, PA 17942 Computer Science Club, Peer Counselor, College Tutor, SAM Club, Intramural Volleyball, Soft- ball, Basketball, Dance Mara- thon, Volleyball Marathon, An- nual College Fund Drive. Future Plans — To become a programmer analyst for a medi- um sized firm. LINDA JEANNE BALL Business and Marketing WENDY BARRATT Early Childhood Education 20 Adkins — Barratt WENDY BARRATT RD 4 Box 260 Danville, PA 17821 Education Club " Memories of E-town will always bring to mind special friendships which have made me a stronger and better person. My goals in- clude teaching in a Day Care Center or Nursery School. " MARY BARRY Occupational Therapy CHRISTINE BARTASHUS Physics MARY BARRY 32 C Street Seaside Park, NJ 08752 Occupational Therapy Club CHRISTINE BARTASHUS 5 E. Washington Street Port Carbon, PA 17965 Society of Physics Students (Pres.), Sigma Phi Sigma (Pres.), American Chemical Society SUSAN B. BARTLE 235 Mabel Street Johnstown, PA 15905 Student Senate, Republican Club, Resident Assistant, SAPA JANET E. BATCHELOR 517 Mt. Vernon Ave. Haddonfield, NJ 08033 SAM Club, Accounting Club, Outdoor Club SUSAN B. BARTLE Political Science KELLY ANN BAUER 2 John Paul Drive Trenton, NJ 08690 Education Club JANET E. BATCHELOR Business Administration KELLY ANN BAUER Elementary Education Barry — Bauer 21 DAVID BEATTY 833 Parkridge Drive Media, PA 19063 Outdoor Club, Education Club, E-town Soccer " Killington Ski Trip and all the organization . . . The Loft . . . The Bar Room . . . B253 — 335V2 East High . . . Many Good Friends. " SOLUMON MICHAEL BECKER 854 Bellaire Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Accounting Finance Club Future Plans — Looking for the true identity of A.L.V.E.Y. ANN BELIG 319 Clifton Street Westfield, NJ 07090 " 1 will never forget the good times, the friends I ' ve had, or my special roomie Wencey. I love you Mom, Dad, Bill, and Glenn. Thank-you for everything. And Thank-you God for letting me meet Glenn at E-town. " ANN E. BELKEY 358 High Street Tatamy, PA 18085 Intramural Volleyball, Dorm Council, Editor of the Occupa- tional Therapy Newsletter, O.T. Club SCOTT BELL 3305 Windsor Lane Thorndale, PA 19372 SAM Club, Marketing Club RAYMOND BEND AS 35 Holly Road Coatesville, PA 19320 Accounting Finance Club, Ex- ecutive Committee of Senior Class, Society for the Advance- ment of Management, Ober Dorm Council, APB, Varsity Baseball, Resident Assistant, In- tramurals DAVID BEATTY Elementary Education SOLOMON MICHAEL BECKER Accounting and Finance ANN BELIG English ANN E. BELKEY Occupational Therapy SCOTT BELL Business Administration RAYMOND BENDAS Accounting 22 Beatty — Bendas MICHAEL BENNER Music Education LORI J. BERNABEI Early Childhood Education NANCY L. BERRY Business Administration THOMAS R. BERRY Computer Science MICHAEL BENNER 19 Center Square Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Band, Choir. Chorale, Brass En- semble, S.T.E.P. LORI J. BERNABEI 2-28 Aspen Way Doylestown, PA 18901 Education Club, Outdoor Club NANCY L. BERRY 165 Swimming River Road Tinton Falls, NJ 07724 SAM Club THOMAS R. BERRY RD 1 Box 472 Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Computer Science Club, Com- muter Council TERESA A. BERWAGER 82 South Street Hanover, PA 17331 SAACA, Pre-Health Professions Club ROBERT BITTNER RD 2 Box 17 Everett, PA 15537 ACS, SPS, Outdoor Club, Brinser Dorm Council (Sec.) TERESA A. BERWAGER Chemistry and Med. Tech. ROBERT BITTNER Chemistry and Management Benner — Bittner 23 JOAN R, BLAKE Political Science G. TIMOTHY BOWMAN Accounting JOAN R. BLAKE 71 W. Frederick St. Millersville. PA 17551 SAPA Club. Orchestra. Dorm Council G. TIMOTHY BOWMAN 436 March St. Shillington, PA APB. Accounting Club, ACS, Student Senate (Pres.). Presiden- tial Search Committee " To Laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent peo- ple and affection of children, to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends ... to leave the world a bit better. This is to have succeeded. " — Emerson JAMES A. BOWE Occupational Therapy MARYBETH BOWEN Occupational Therapy KATHLEEN M. BOWMAN Medical Secretarial Science RICH BREIMANN Business Administration OWEN JAMES A. BOWE 121 Palmer Road Belief ontaine, Ohio 43311 Occupational Therapy Club, Outdoor Club, Newman Club, Occupational Therapy News Letter, Chief Editor, Intramurals, Ober Dorm Council. KATHLEEN M. BOWMAN 305 8th Street Mt. Gretna, PA 17064 APB, Myer Dorm Council MARYBETH BOWEP 239 Lake Street Girard, PA 16417 Swim Team, Track Club, Cross Country Team, Volunteer Club, Occupational Therapy Club, APB, Newman Club. " I ' ll remember best: swim team " tea " parties, O T parties and Gables ' one and only party! " RICH BREIMANN 591 Dutch Neck Road East Windsor, NJ 08520 Dorm Council, Cross Country, SAM Club 24 Blake — Breimann CHRIS BRITTAIN Social Work DAVID W. BRUBAKER Religion Philosophy and History CHRIS BRITTAIN 13 Garfield Street Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 STEP, Sociology Social Work Club Future Plans — To have a fulfill- ing career in social work. " Thanks to my good friends that I ' ve met here at E-town. I ' ll be leaving with more than just a de- gree. The memories will last a lifetime. (PS Thanks Mom.) " DAVID W. BRUBAKER RD 4 Box 288 Manheim, PA 17545 History Club " I remember E-town ' s personal- ized attention during these years of growth. " MARSHELLE ELIZABETH BROZINO Elementary Education CATHERINE E. BUTLER Social Work MARSHELLE ELIZABETH BROZINO 204 Delaware Ave. Palmerton, PA 18071 Resident Assistant ' 83- ' 85, Class Vice Pres. ' 83- ' 85, Judicial Board ' 83- ' 85, Homecoming Court ' 83- ' 84, College Republi- can Club ' 84- ' 85 " I ' d like to thank my parents, one special person, and all my friends who make Elizabethtown a great place to grow. " CATHERINE E. BUTLER 12 Lee Road Englishtown, NJ 07726 Social Work Club — VP, Intra- murals. Future Plans — Mar- riage, working with the Division of Mental Retardation of NJ. KAREN L. BRUBACHER Business Administration CARISTA L. BUTTS Chemistry and Med. Tech. KAREN L. BRUBACHER 2502 S. Fourth Street Steelton, PA 17113 SAM Club, Occupational Ther- apy Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Etownian, Tutoring Center, Pre- Health Club Future Plans — I plan to go into nursing home hospital adminis- tration. In this profession, my abilities, interests, and desires to help other people will best be ful- filled. CARISTA L. BUTTS 2301 N. 5th Street Harrisburg, PA 17110 ACS, Pre-Health Club " I met a lot of nice people here at E-town, and I ' m certainly going to miss you all. " Brittaln — Butts 25 ■ JACKIE A. CAIN Business Education KATHLEEN M. CARHART Business Administration and Marketing GLENN CATARIOUS Computer Science JACKIE A. CAIN 3113 Honey Run Drive York, PA 17404 SAM Club, Outdoor Club, Mar- keting Club, Pennsylvania Busi- ness Education Assoc. Future Plans — Teaching in the field of business education at the high school level. " The past four years have been the best, and upon leaving we take with us four years of memo- ries and special friendships that will endure forever. There ' s been a lot of laughs between the cheers and the blues. " SUSAN CALAMAN 24 Gobin Drive Carlisle, PA 17013 Accounting Club, SAM Club, STEP KATHLEEN M. CARHART 20 Cheri Lane Budd Lake, NJ 07828 Marketing Club, SAM Club, APB FRANCIS J. CARLETON III 129 North High Street West Chester, PA 19380 Cross Country GLENN CATARIOUS 975 Henning Road Perkiomenville, PA 18074 Future Plans — Villanova Gra- duate School for Computer Sci- ence NORA L. CHARLES 35 Winding Lane Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 Founders Dorm Council, Sociolo- gy Social Work Club Future Plans — I plan to get a job in personnel administration. " Thanks to all who helped make this place bearable! Thanks to Myer Cafe for giving me a chron- ic case of dishpan hands. My best memory is that I had the opportu- nity to meet THE most wonderful man in the world, and survive the test of being apart for a whole year. A-l, I love you and miss you! " SUSAN CALAMAN Business Administration i FRANCIS J. CARLETON Political Science NORA L. CHARLES Sociology 26 Cain — Charles MICHELE LEE CHIERICI Business Administration ROSS McKINLEY CLEVELAND Physics Education MICHELE LEE CHIERICI 1201 Wayne Road Haddonfield, NJ 08033 SAM club, Marketing Club, Stu- dent Senate, Swimming Team, Intramurals. ELANIE ANN CHUD- NOVSKY R.D. 3, Box 483 Kutztown. PA 19530 Concert Band, APB, Outdoor Club, WIC1. Future Plans — I hope to work for Hershey Foods in the Corpo- rate Communications depart- ment. Right now. I work with the Community Service department of the Patriot-News Co. in Harris- burg. ROSS McKINLEY CLEVE- LAND 495 Laurelwood Road Pottstown, PA 19464 Resident Assistant, Campus Fel- lowship, Yearbook (Editor ' 83 ' 84), Physics Club, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, " Who ' s Who Among Ameri- can College Students In 1984 " , Freshman of the Year Award, Etownian CHRISTOPHER N. COOK 70 Harwood Ave. Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 Varsity Soccer, SAM Club, Mar- keting Club. MELINDA J. COOK 104 Leconey Circle Palmyra, NJ 08065 Dorm Council, Education Club, APB. REGINA RIVETE COOKS Sperry New Holland — Mail Stat. 910 New Holland, PA 17557 International Club, Modern Lan- guage Club, ACS, Newman Club. ELANIE ANN CHUDNOVSKY Communications CHRISTOPHER N. COOK Business Education MELINDA J. COOK Elementary Education REGINA RIVETE COOKS Business Administration and Computer Science Chlericl — Cooks 21 CHRISTINE L. COOPER 773 Barrwick Lane Lancaster, PA 17603 Diving Team ' 81- ' 82, Psycholo- gy Club ' 83- ' 85 (VP), Psi-Chi Na- tional Honor Society ' 84- ' 85, Student Senate ' 83- ' 85, (Execu- tive Cabinet, Academic Council, Campus Life Council, Elections Committee, Finance Committee) Future Plans: Going to graduate school to get a PhD in industrial organizational psychology. CHRISTINE L. COOPER Psychology Business Admin. DAVID S. CORRIGAN Business Administration DAVID S. CORRIGAN 32 Princeton Ave. Lancaster, PA 17603 SAM Club, Accounting Finance Club, Scuba Club, Outdoor Club. PAMELA THOMSIL CRAIG 1660 Country Lane Aston, PA 19014 Myer Dorm Council, OT Club — Class Repr., Intramural Volley- ball Basketball, Volleyball Marathon, Grandparents Pro- gram at Leader ' s Nursing Home, Delphi Society (Treas.), Lacrosse Club. " The fun times on Myer 3-West; the beautiful friendships; the sleepless nights; the growing; the changing; the dreaming about the future — Thanks Mom and Dad for making it possible and so worthwhile. " PAMELA THOMSIL CRAIG Occupational Therapy JOYCE A. CRAWFORD 3052 Raymond Ave. Abington, PA 19001 Founder ' s Dorm Council, Stu- dent Senate, Intramural Soccer, SAP A. MARDETTE CARL CROSS 305 Spruce Road Flourtown, PA 19031 SAPA Club, Sophomore Class VP, Campus Judicial Board, Stu- dent Senate, Choral Union. JOYCE A. CRAWFORD Political Science MARDETTE CARL CROSS Political Science 28 Cooper-Cross SCOTTANDREWCROSSAN 308 Kie-Tro Drive Linwood, NJ 08221 SAM Club " Money makes money, and the money money makes makes money ... " KAREN LYNN CRUM 9 Shover Drive Carlisle, PA 17013 Jazz Band, Concert Band, Cho- ral Union, MENC, Alpha Mu, STEP Pit Orchestra, Peer Coun- selor, Volleyball Marathon, Bowl-A-Thon, Orchestra. SCOTT ANDREW CROSSAN Sociology KAREN LYNN CRUM Music Therapy SUSAN EILEEN CUPIT 379 Sharps Lane Trenton, NJ 08610 Society for Collegiate Journal- ists, Women in Communications Inc., STEP, WWEC, Peer Coun- selor, Communications Depart- ment Chairman ' s Advisory Com- mittee, GREASE, Intramural Volleyball and Soccer. Future Plans: Graduate and or career in public relations or coun- seling. " Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Others leave footprints on our hearts. TAMYRA CUTILLI 1918 Adams Ave. Abington, PA 19001 Swim Team, Education Club. Soph. Class Treas., Schlosser Dorm Council, Student Senate, Junior Class Treas., Athletic Committee, Senior Class Treas. Future Plans: I hope to get a job in teaching and to go on to get my masters degree. " The people and the professors made my four years at E-town special. " SUSAN EILEEN CUPIT Communications SANDRA J. DAHLSTROM 340 Myrtle Ave. Woodbury, NJ 08096 Computer Science Club, SAM Club. TAMYRA CUTILLI Elementary Education SANDRA J. DAHLSTROM Business Administration Crossan-Dahlstrom 29 REBECCA J. DALLEY 15 Cornell Drive Clark, NJ 07066 OT Club, Pre-Health Club, APB, Volunteer Club, Jr Class Rep. to OT Club, COE Rep. " My goal for the future is to be happy in all I do. This will hap- pen through a job, new exper- ience, loving relationships and lasting friendships, some of which have started here at Eliza- bethtown. Love you Mom and Dad and significant others! " CRAIG S. DARLING 29 Green Briar Drive Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 SAM Club ELIZABETH DAUENHEIMER 327 Maolis Ave. Glen Ridge, NJ 07028 Outdoor Club Sec. m , Vol- unteer Club Pres. ' 83- ' 84, OT Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. ANN JUDGE DAVIS 8100 MacArthur Road Wyndmoor, PA 19118 PeerCounselor ' 83- ' 84, Myer Dorm Council VP ' 83- ' 84, Eng- lish Club. BEVERLY J. DAVIS 18 McKay Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 STEP, STEP Sec. ' 84- ' 85, Intra- murals, Education Club, Outdoor Club. Future Plans: To teach in an ele- mentary school in the Pennsylva- nia area. DWIGHTH. DAVIS 5403 Forest Haven Drive Houston, Texas 77066 SAM Club Future Plans: Own and run a company with a few close friends from E-town and make a lot of money doing it. " Owe those great off-campus parties with the best of the col- lege community. " REBECCA J. DALLEY Occupational Therapy CRAIG S. DARLING Business Administration ELIZABETH DAUENHEIMER Occupational Therapy ANN JUDGE DAVIS English BEVERLY J. DAVIS Elementary Education DWIGHT H. DAVIS Business 30 DalleyDavis GREGG G. DAVIS Economics THOMAS PAUL DEARDORFF Computor Science DEBRA A. DERR Occupational Therapy DAVID DOLAN Business Admin. Finance GREGG G. DAVIS 4614 Harwich Road Harrisburg, PA 17109 Soccer THOMAS PAUL DEARDORFF RD 2 Box 9 Fairfield, PA 17320 Computer Science Club VP, Pho- tography Club VP, Senior Class Rep, Baseball Team, Intramur- als, Resident Assistant. DEBRA A. DERR Box 39 Market Street Mt. Aetna, PA 19544 STEP, Campus Fellowship, Icthus, OT Club, Volleyball Mar- athon. Future Plans: I want to serve oth- ers with the skills and love I have to share through occupational therapy. I am also looking for- ward to married life and raising a family. " College memories: Prof ' s tests and popcorn, Royer OT study parties, band, STEP rehearsals but most of all friends . . . who helped me to share and learn and grow. Thanks! " DAVID DOLAN 626 E. Hummelstown Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 SAM Club, Accounting Club. PATRICIA A. EARLY RD 3 Box 196 Hummelstown, PA 17036 Accounting Club. LORI A. EBERLY 2037 Lititz Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 SAM Club, Accounting Club, Schlosser Dorm Council, Yaht- zee Club, R.T. Fan Club, " Thanks to all my friends who made this worthwhile. " PATRICIA A. EARLY Business Education LORI A. EBERLY Business Administration Davis-Eberly 31 PAUL TILMAN EBERT Political Science KIRK J. ELDRIDGE Accounting DOUGLAS L. ENGLE Business Administration CYNTHIA L. ERISMAN Occupational Therapy SCOTT M. EVANS Accounting JENNIFER EVELER Business Administration PAUL TILMAN EBERT 9409 Robnel Ave. Manassas, VA 22110 KIRK J. ELDRIDGE 1649 Cavan Drive Dresher, PA 19025 Accounting Club, Intramurals. DOUGLAS L. ENGLE 102 Poplar Street Richland, PA 17087 CYNTHIA L. ERISMAN 14 Broadway Stewartstown, PA 17363 Yearbook, Baseball Statistician, Circle K, STEP, Intramurals, Outdoor Club. " With every song I hear a special memory will come to mind. Here ' s to those memories and to the friends I ' ll always have a spe- cial place for in my heart! May life be one big " moonlight drive " ! Thanks Mom, Dad, and Roomy! " SCOTT M. EVANS 110 S. College Street Myerstown, PA 17067 Basketball JENNIFER EVELER RD 1 Old Bridgeville Road Felton, PA 17322 Women ' s Field Hockey, SAM Club, Marketing Club, Intramur- als. 32 Ebert-Eveler ELIZABETH EVERTS Accounting DEBORAH MILLER FILIPI History ANNE M. FOERSTER Accounting MARY KATHLEEN FOLLMER Medical Secretarial Science ELIZABETH EVERTS 1035 Janet Ave. Lancaster, PA 17601 DEBORAH MILLER FILIPI RD 4 Box 1071 Duncannon, PA 17020 History Club DEBORAH FOUSE Social Work ANNE M. FOERSTER 560 Belmont Drive Harrisburg, PA 17112 Public Relations Office, Account- ing Finance Club, SAM Club Sec. MARY KATHLEEN FOLLMER 623 Coram Road Huntington Valley, PA 19006 JACKIE LYNN FREAR Early Childhood Education DEBORAH FOUSE 12 Yardville Ham Square Road Trenton, NJ 08620 Softball Team, Concert Band, In- tramurals, Social Work Club, Al- cohol Awareness Club Sec. JACKIE LYNN FREAR 575 Sundale Drive York, PA 17402 Student Senate, Dorm Council Sec. and Pres.. Cheerleader. Everts-Frear 33 KAREN DENISE FREED Math SHARON GASKIN Occupational Therapy REGINA E. GECSEK Business Administration KAREN DENISE FREED 30 Hollow Road Telford, PA 18969 Concert Band, Alpha Lambda Delta, Math Club, STEP, STEP Planning Committee, Intramur- als, Dave. " Well my friends, the time has come, have some fun, throw away the work to be done, let the music play on ... To L, S, K, C, J, and M . . . may we always be the best of friends. MICHAEL FUHR 116 Bates Drive Chalfont, PA 18914 APB Pres. VP, Etownian Editor- in-Chief, Marketing Club Treas., STEP, Concert Band, SAM Club. Future Plans: Internationally market products-specifically food to and from Europe. SHARON GASKIN 145 West Patty Lane Monroeville, PA 15146 OT Club Treas. Jr. Year, Intr- murals. Outdoor Club. Future Plans: Working and hope- fully obtaining a masters degree. " I will always be thankful to E- town for the memories and last- ing friendships. " PATRICIA ANN GAY POBox 10235 Harrisburg, PA 17105 OT Club, Band, Orchestra. Future Plans: Make it on my own!! REGINA E. GECSEK 1516 Main St. Hellertown, PA 18055 SAM Club, Accounting Finance Club, Intramurals, Newman Club. " There are some things you can never forget: the Thursday night cases, 2-West; Saturday and Sunday morning. BRENT R. GEORGE 250 Oberlin Road Middletown, PA 17057 Biology Club Sec, APB, Tennis Team. MICHAEL FUHR Business Administration PATRICIA ANN GAY Occupational Therapy BRENT R. GEORGE Biology 34 Freed-George TRACY GIBBLE Accounting ANNE ELIZABETH GOLDING Early Childhood Education TRACY GIBBLE 153 N. Grant Street Manheim. PA 17545 SAM Club. Accounting Finance Club. Intramurals, Volleyball Marathon. Future Plans: Professional ca- reer in accounting or a manage- ment position. MONICA P. GIVENS 318 E. Plum Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 ANNE ELIZABETH GOLDING PO Box 183 Glen Moore. PA 19343 Education Club, Intramural Soc- cer, Etownian Photo Co-Editor. DIANE GREEN 101 Vanderbilt Ave. Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097 Education Club, Intramurals. NANCY H. GSELL 41 Devon Road Mt. Holly. NJ 08060 Dorm Council, STEP, SAM Club, Accounting Finance Club. TAMMY GUSTIN 820 Maple Ave. Honesdale, PA 18431 MONICA P. GIVENS Medical Secretarial Science DIANE GREEN Elementary Education NANCY H. GSELL Business Administration TAMMY GUSTIN Elementary Education Gibb e-Gustin 35 JUDITH ANN GUTSHALL 4223 Kennedy Lane Middletown. PA 17057 APB Publicity Chairman and Sec, Computer Science Club, Commuter Council. " I ' ll always remember the fun times in the commuter lounge — animal cracker wars and the talk- ing curtains. Good luck to the commuters — A BREED APART. " JUDITH ANN GUTSHALL Computer Science LORI A. HANSEN Elementary Education LORI A. HANSEN 300 Parkway Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742 Intramurals, Education Club. Future Plans: To find a teaching position in the elementary school in my home area. Graduate school for masters degree in spe- cial education and marriage. ELIZABETH ANN HARZER 450 Ridge Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Accounting Club, Computer Sci- ence Club, SAM Club. HELENA GAIL HARRIS 1911 Windermere Ave. Wilmington, DE 19804 Schlosser Dorm Council VP, Treas., Central Dorm Council VP, OT Club, Outdoor Club, Co- op Living. " To all of those special people who have touched my life, I thank you and I will always cher- ish the memories of our time shared here at E-town. I will miss you all! " HELENA GAIL HARRIS Occupational Therapy LEIGH ANNE HARTMAN RD 7 Box 28 Danville, PA 17821 Social Work Sociology Club, Circle K, Peer Counselor. " Beth, Laura, Tricia, Joan and Betsy . . . Thanks for the memo- ries ... I couldn ' t help overhear- ing . . . Dynasty ... big salads . . . phonebooks . . . white boat- necked sweaters . . . and, of course, baseball . . . Hey Starsky you cute, king of rugged bru- nette, let ' s roadtrip in the " boss " car! " LEIGH ANNE HARTMAN Social Work ELIZABETH ANN HARZER Business Administration 36 Gutshalt-Harzer KRISTINA M. HAWKINS Biology KIM HAYDEN 133 Stonehenge Terr. Clark, NJ 07066 Women ' s Basketball Team, Tu- toring Center Coordinator, Mod- ern Languages Club VP and Pres., Education Club, Newman Club, SAM Club, Dance Mara- thon Organizational Publicity Committee, Intramurals, Volley- ball Marathon, Big Brother Big Sister. Future Plans: To teach in an ele- mentary school and to live a life full of good health, fun and hap- piness. KRISTINA M. HAWKINS 4790 Tipton Road Harrisburg, PA 17111 Student Senate, APB, Biology Club, Pre-Health Club, Alpha Lambda Delta. KIM HAYDEN Elementary Education PATRICIA A. HEFFENTREYER 309 Forest Ave. Ambler, PA 17002 SAM Club, APB. PATRICIA A. HEFFENTREYER Business Admin. Computer Science MICHAEL D. HESS 1116 Hawley Drive Lancaster, Pa 17603 Concert Band, Jazz Band, Ac- counting Club, Student Senate, Intramurals, Martial Arts Club, Scuba Club. DAWN M. HIGH 137 Field crest Lane Gordonville, PA 17529 SAM Club, Stage Crew for " Bus Stop " Future Plans: Getting a job and getting married in September. MICHAEL D. HESS Accounting DAWN M. HIGH Business Hawkins-High 37 KENDRA K. HILL 31 Yorkshire Drive East Windsor, NJ 08520 Social Work Club THOMAS L. HOCH 5259 Terrace Drive Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 Baseball, Advocates for Peace JANE HOFFMAN 2773 Carnegie Road York, PA 17402 College Chorale BETTY M. HOM 1504 Paper Mill Road Wyndmoor, PA 19118 Computer Club, Lacrosse Club, STEP, Peer Counselor, Dance Club THOMAS C. HUMPHRIES 1002 Ha worth Street Philadelphia, PA 19124 SAM Club, Marketing Club, SIG- MA I remember: " The good life at Rose Garden, the great guys of D-l, endless hours of Sigma prac- tice . . . even after graduating, I don ' t feel 128 credits smarter! " BEVERLY HYNES 1412 Marloboro Road West Chester, PA 19380 OT Club, APB Special Events Publicity Committees, POTA Student Representative, New- man Club, Intramural Basketball Future Plans: Getting a job in oc- cupational therapy. " What I will remember most are the good times friends I ' ve made at E-Town! " KENDRA K. HILL Social Work THOMAS L. HOCH Psychology JANE HOFFMAN Elementary Education V, BETTY HOM Computer Science THOMAS C. HUMPHRIES Business Administration BEVERLY HYNES Occupational Therapy 38 HillHynes JEFFERY TODD JACOBY Computer Science BETH JAMES Occupational Therapy JILL JENKINS Occupational Therapy GLENN W. JOHANSEN Computer Science KRISTEN LEE JOHNSON Business Education SHAWNE N. JOHNSON English JEFFERY TODD JACOBY 41 Blossom Lane Schuylkill Haven. PA 17972 Computer Science Club, SAM. Data Processing Management Association. Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges Universities, Dean ' s List, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Senate, Athletic Planning Committee. Al- cohol Task Force. Housing Staff. Future Plans: A career in Data Processing and a special gal from " Rough and Ready. " BETH JAMES 908 Boulevard Westfield, NJ 0 7090 OT Club, Yearbook, APB, Inter- mural volleyball. " I ' ll always remember my friends on C-l like N.S.. C.R., and K.M., and my friends on B-l P.K.. D.P., and especially J. A. and all the terrific times we had. " JILL JENKINS RD 1, Box 254 Glenmoore, PA 19343 OT Club, APB Publicity Chair- person. Brass Ensemble, Peer Counselor. Future Plans: To become an OTR L in geriatric physical re- hab. GLENN W. JOHANSEN 3 Bendingwood Court Taylors, SC 29687 Tennis, Computer Science Club- Treas, Concert Band, Brass En- semble. KRISTEN LEE JOHNSON 519 Independence Place Turnersville, NJ 08012 STEP, Etownian, Yearbook, APB, Softball Mgr., Field Hock- ey Mgr., Big Brother Big Sister, Peer Counselor. Future Plans: To teach; to instill in students the importance of ob- taining a good education and broadening their horizons. SHAWNE N. JOHNSON 666 Skunkhollow Road Chalfont, PA 18914 RA, Head Resident Schlosser, Student Manager Cafeteria Jacobs-Johnson 39 TERESA JOHNSON Business Administration MARIA KALATHAS Communications KAMILLE J. KASSEES Chemistry LISA M. KEANE Accounting ANDREW G. KEEFER Business Administration EUN-HEH KIM Occupational Therapy TERESA JOHNSON 1 Gayle Street New Monmouth, NJ 07748 Outdoor Club, SAM Club, Public Relations Officer of Marketing Club. MARIA KALATHAS 519 Gale Road Camp Hill, PA 17011 Freshman Class Sec, APB, Founder ' s Dorm Council, Volun- teer Club, Intramurals, WWEC, Etownian. KAMILLE J. KASSEES 1940 Pine Drive Lancaster. PA 17601 Varsity Field Hockey (Co-Capt. ' 83- ' 84), Intramurals, SAACS Club. LISA M. KEANE 13 Constitution Road Laurel Springs, NJ 08021 Accounting Accounting Finance Club Pres., Alpha Lambda Delta Pres., Del- phi Honor Society Pres., Senior Class Sec, Junior Class Sec, Academic Council Sec, Resident Assistant, SAM Club, Academic Review Board, Instructional De- velopment Committee, Search Committee for the Dean of the Faculty. ANDREW G. KEEFER 201 W. Patabon Drive Palmyra, PA 17078 SAM Club EUN-HEH KIM 318 Juniper Drive Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 Freshman Class VP, Foreign Stu- dent Club VP and Acting Pres., Christian Fellowship, Intramur- als, OT Club, BCA to England. 40 Johnson-Kim CAROL KIMLEY Computer Science Business CYNTHIA KNAPP Medical Secretarial Science im JEFFREY W. KOENIG Business Marketing Management STEPHEN M. KOUBA Occupational Therapy DENISE G. KREIDER Chemistry RAYMOND MICHAEL KREISER Math Education CAROL KIMLEY 6123 Camden Ave. Pennsauken, NJ 08110 Newman Club, Outdoor Club, Computer Science Club. SAM Club. " The last four years have been the best times in my life. I hope that those memories and the friends I ' ve met along the way will stay with me throughout my future. " CYNTHIA KNAPP 671 Gentry Drive Lancaster, PA 17603 JEFFREY W. KOENIG 41 W. Dartmouth Circle Media, PA 19063 SAM Club, Marketing Club, Resi- dent Assistant. STEPHEN M. KOUBA 1603 Shadybrook Road Wilmington, DE 19803 OT Club, Outdoor Club, Resi- dent Assistant, Senior Class Pres., Intramurals. DENISE G. KREIDER 1300 Sheaf fer Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Delphi Society VP, Alpha Lamb- da Delta VP, SAACA Club, Stu- dent Senate, Concert Band, Or- chestra, Lab Assistant, Tutor. RAYMOND MICHAEL KREISER RD 2 Box 423 Annville, PA 17003 Intramurals, Volleyball Mara- thon, Bowl-A-Thon, Math Club Co-Pres ' 83- ' 84. Pres. ' 85, Stu- dent Senate Treas. ' 84- ' 85, Tu- tor, Caf . Manager, Peer Counsel- or, Phon-A-Thon. Kimley-Kreiser 41 EDWARD A. KRON Business Administration MELISSA ANN LAMBERT Music Therapy EDWARD A. KRON Ambler Rest Center Bethlehem Butler Pikes Ambler, PA 19002 Student Senate Treasurer, Sec- retary, President Sophomore Class, Scuba Club VP. Future Plans: Delaware Law School. WONIL KWON Seoul, Korea Soccer Team, International Club. MELISSA ANN LAMBERT R.D. 2, Box 77, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 Concert Choir, Chorale, Orches- tra, Choral Union, Concert Band Pres. Manager, MENC Librar- ian VP, Alpha Mu, Peer Coun- seling, STEP, " You ' re a Good Man Charlie Brown " . Future Plans: I ' m going to utilize every aspect of my music ther- apy degree and my overall musi- cal education. " My four years at E-town have been priceless to me — I will al- ways remember the people, the events, the food (of course!) and the beautiful campus, but . . . BAG THOSE CHIMES! Good Luck Myer 3- West ' BELL BUST- ERS ' !! " VAUGHN E. LANDES 160 Erie Avenue Souderton, PA 18964 Theatre Assistant. DAVID R. LANDIS 1315 Clayton Road Lancaster, PA 17603 Ober Dorm Council. LEANN TRACY LANDIS 134 Robin Road Hershey, PA 17033 Social Work Club, Extern Pro- gram. Future Plans: To go on to gra- duate school after a two year work experience. WONIL KWON Sociology VAUGHN E. LANDES Business Administration DAVID R. LANDIS Computer Science LEANN TRACY LANDIS Social Work 42 Kron-Landis PATRICIA L. LAWRENCE Social Work DAVID S. LEWIS Social Work PATRICIA L. LAWRENCE 1120 Hanover Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 Newman Club Treas., Campus Fellowship. Social Work Club, Modern Language Club, Concert Choir, Chorale, Guitarist at Mass, Social Work National Hon- or Society. THOMAS LEHMAN 2710 Clearview Road York, PA 17402 J. Gumby the Wailers, ACS, Steve Swope Fan Club, ACS Secretary, Volleyball Marathon. Future Plans: To become owner of own chemical industry, be- come owner of a Ferrari, beat Gumby at tennis, get my doctor- ate. Remember best: " Night of the Bottles " . DAVID S. LEWIS 2 Wyndham Court Downingtown, PA 19335- Cross-Country team, RA, Social Work Club, Intramural Sports, Concert Choir, Chorale. DONALD E. LOSER 709 Paxson Avenue Wyncote, PA 19095 APB Film Committee, Concert Choir, Chorale, Collegians, Al- pha Lambda Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, History Club, Intramur- als. ANDREW D. LOVE R. D. 1, Box 536 Dallastown, PA 17313 APB, Ober Dorm Council Treas., Brethren College Abroad — England. JESSICA JOY FISHER LUNBECK 575 E. High Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Choral Union, Literary Club. THOMAS LEHMAN Biology Chemistry DONALD E. LOSER History Business Administration ANDREW D. LOVE Business Administration JESSICA JOY FISHER LUNBECK English Lawrence-Lunbeck 43 CYNTHIA LYNN LYONS RD 3 Prospect Paik Tunkhannock, PA 18657 Student Senate, OT Club Fun- draising Chairperson and Treas., Women ' s Swim Team. " I enjoyed the people at E-town College, loved co-op living, and plan to be an OT and go into research. " CYNTHIA LYNN LYONS Occupational Therapy PATRICIA I MARRERO Business Admin. Marketing PATRICIA I MARRERO 14 Glascow Road Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 Dorm Council, APB Special Events Chair and Surveys, Mar- keting Club Sec. and Pres. ' 84- ' 85, SAM Club. Future Plans: I plan to become an international marketer in a multinational corporation. " What I remember most about Elizabethtown are my friends be- cause without them Elizabeth- town would have been the most unforgettable moment of my life. LOREN L. MARTIN Peach Alley Court, Apt. 115 155 South Poplar Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Alpha Lambda Delta, Account- ing Finance Club, SAM Club, College Scholar, Dean ' s List, Deputation Team, Intramurals. DAVID E. MASTROTA 6 S. Cleveland Ave. Wilmington, DE 19805 Biology Club Treas., Pre-Health Club, Photography Club. LOREN L. MARTIN Accounting diane kettern McCartney 615 Parry Blvd. Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 SAM Club, Field Hockey, STEP, APB, Etownian, Founder ' s Dorm Council, Peer Counselor. Intra- murals, Conestogan. " To my special friends ... I will remember you most of all when I think of E-town. We shared good times as well as bad, laughter as well as saddness. Thanks for making my four years here most- ly good with much laughter. A loving thanks to Mom and Dad. " DAVID E. MASTROTA Biology DIANE KETTERN McCARTNEY Business Administration 44 Lyons-Mc Cartney JAMES L. McCURDY 440 N. Holly Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 SAM Club, Accounting Finance Club, College Scholar ' 84- ' 85. Future Plans: To be a successful member of the business world. KA THERINE ANN McINTIRE RD 1 Box 76 Hammondsport, New York 14840 Modern Language Club, Etow- nian, English Club. JAMES L. McCURDY Business Administration KATHERINE ANN McINTIRE English Literature MARK McNAUGHTON 7775 Chambers Hill Road Harrisburg, PA 17111 Resident Assistant, Intramurals, Student Senate, RA Interview Committee, SAM Club. SCOTT J. MECK RD 1 Box 429-P Palmyra, PA 17078 OT Club, Brethren Fellowship. Future Plans: I plan to pursue a career in the physical rehabilita- tion realm of occupational ther- apy. MARK McNAUGHTON Business Management SHAILESH P. MEHTA 153 Locust Street Apt. 6 Columbia, PA 17512 Soccer, Accounting Club, SAM Club, International Club Treas., Dorm Council, Intramurals. Future Plans: Management Ex- ecutive Position. Most Remembered: Initiation strip tease act. SCOTT J. MECK Occupational Therapy SHAILESH P. MEHTA Accounting McCurdy-Mehta 45 JANE M. MELOCHECK R. D. 1, Box 1417 Minersville, PA 17901 Education Club, PSEA, Intra- murals. MICHELLE E. MESSINGER R. D. 3, Box 3678 Spring Grove. PA 17362 Education Club, Student Coun- cil, Central Dorm Council. PAMELA ANN MILLAN 12708 Carriage Ford Road Nokesville, VA 22123 OT Club, Outdoor Club Treas., RA, Volunteer Club, Alcohol Awareness and Peer Educators Club. CHRISTOPHER R. MILLER R. D. 4, Box 208 Denver, PA 17517 Social Work Club. DARRYL L. MILLER 214 N. Hanover Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Intramural Sports, Accounting Club. Future Plans: To obtain a posi- tion in a small, but growing ac- counting firm. HERB MILLER 101 Casey Drive Willow Street, PA 17584 Baseball Capt., Dorm Council VP Treas., Accounting Fi- nance Club, SAM. Future Plans: To become an ac- counting manager, but more than that, to just be happy. " I will always remember the new friends that came into my life, the Blue Jay baseball team and the Revenge Team. " JANE M. MELOCHECK Early Childhood Education MICHELLE E. MESSINGER Early Childhood Education m IP ' B - Vi l w w " a " ' Bp 1 PAMELA ANN MILLAN Occupational Therapy DARRYL L. MILLER Accounting CHRISTOPHER R. MILLER Social Work HERB MILLER Accounting 46 Melocheck-Miller KRISTEL L. MILLER Computer Science Math PATRICIA A. MILLER Occupational Therapy MICHAEL L. MITCHELL Business Administration PAMELA MONGELLI Elementary Education ROSALIE BETH MONTAGUE Accounting WILLIAM M. MONTEITH, JR. Biology KRISTEL L. MILLER 1500 Nissley Road Landisville, PA 17538 Computer Science Club Pres., Math Club, RA, SAM Club, Stu- dent Senate. " Elizabethtown isn ' t just about getting an education; it ' s about making friends and growing. To all my friends (especially the B-2 Buds): Thanks for letting me grow. " PATRICIA A. MILLER 14 Wilmor Drive Hightstown, NJ 08520 Student Senate, OT Club. Dorm Council, Intramural Volleyball and Soccer. " It is so rare to meet with a man outdoors who cherishes a worthy thought in his mind, which is inde- pendent of the labor of his hands. " Henry David Thoreau MICHAEL L. MITCHELL 1017 Oak Avenue Akron, PA 17501 Marketing Club Sec, SAM Club, Intramural volleyball and base- ball, College Scholar. Future Plans: To pursue and suc- ceed at a marketing career. PAMELA MONGELLI 1702 Marshall Court Annapolis, MD 21401 STEP, Cheerleader, Circle K, Campus Gold, Campus Fellow- ship, RA. Future Plans: To Live, love, laugh, learn and be happy. " I will remember all the super friends I made! " ROSALIE BETH MONT A GUE R. D. 2 Dillsburg, PA 17019 Accounting Finance Club, SAM Club, Dance-a-thon ' 82, Alpha Lambda Delta, Volleyball Mara- thon ' 84, Yearbook staff, Circle K Pres ' 83- ' 84. Future Plans: To become a presi- dent of a corp. some day. WILLIAM M. MONTEITH, JR. 4202 Ridge Drive Harrisburg, PA 17109 Biology Club, Pre-health Club. Miller-Monteith 47 KRISTIN MOWRY Medical Secretarial Science BRIAN S. MOYER Computer Science Bus. Info. System TIMOTHY A. MOYER Business Finance CHRISTINE L. MUELLER JOHN MULKERIN CAROL A. MURRAY Early Childhood Education Business Management Social Work KRISTIN MOWRY MH 233 Shaw Ave. Lewistown, PA 17044 JOHN MULKERIN CHRISTINE L. MUELLER 20 Mulberry Lane BRIAN S. MOYER 780 Norman Place Edison, NJ 08820 147 Township Line Road Westfield, NJ 07090 Track and Field, Cross Country, Line Lexington, PA 18932 Education Club, Sock n ' Buskin, SAM Club. SAM Club, Computer Science Campus Gold, Volunteer Club. Club, Cross Country. CAROL A. MURRAY " And so it ' s time to change our TIMOTHY A. MOYER 400 Briarwood Ave. ways . . . but I ' ve loved these Box 175 Haddonfield, NJ 08033 days. " Beaver Springs, PA 17812 Advocates for Peace Club, Social — B. J. Work Club, Varsity Field Hockey " Here ' s to all of the good times Co-Capt. had living on D-l and in Rose Garden. " 48 Mowry-Murray DONNA J. MURRAY Occupational Therapy r ERRI B. NELLANS Biology SUZANNE V. NELSON Biology KATHRYN M. NEYER Accounting JOHN HAY NICKLIN Business Marketing KAREN L. NITZSCHE Business Admin. Management DONNA J. MURRAY 590 Sterling Street Newtown, PA 18940 OT Club, Intramural Volleyball. TERRI B. NELLANS 224 Winterberry Drive Dover, DE 19901 APB Pres., Student Senate Cheerleader, SAM Club, ACS, Peer Counselor, Intramurals, APB Publicity Chairperson, Vol- leyball Marathon, Biology Club, Homecoming Chairperson. Future Plans: Graduate school and a career in hospital adminis- tration. SUZANNE V. NELSON 4002 Briar Lane Lafayette Hill. PA 19444 Pre-Health Club, Biology Club. " My only goal is to be the best at whatever I do. A special thanks goes to my parents for their sup- port through both the good and the bad times. " KATHRYN M. NEYER RD 1 Box 283 Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Varsity Volleyball, JV Women ' s Basketball. Intramurals, Ac- counting Club, College Orches- tra. JOHN HAY NICKLIN 662 Valley Road Briell, NJ 08730 KAREN L. NITZSCHE 369 Dodds Lane Princeton, NJ 08540 Tennis Team. SAM Club, Intra- murals. Murray-Nitzsche 49 MICHAEL L. NOLT Chemistry KATHLEEN MARIE OAKES Business Administration MICHAEL L. NOLT R. D. 2, Box 122 East Earl, PA 17519 Baseball team, American Chemi- cal Society, Intramurals, Volley- ball Team, Future Plans: Interested in ob- taining a position as an industrial research chemist. GERALD J. O ' M ALLEY 114 Villinger Avenue Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 Biology Club, Pre-health Club, Outdoor Club. KATHLEEN MARIE OAKES 21 Brubeck Circle Marysville, PA 17053 SAM Club — Public Relations Officer, Student Senate, APB, Delphi Society, Who ' s Who Among American College Stu- dents. JOHN A. OBROCK 6100 Driftwood Drive Harrisburg, PA 17111 LAUREN G. OLIVER 213 S. Woodstock Drive Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 OT Club, Intramurals — Rac- quetball, Soccer, Volleyball and Basketball. KIMBERLY PAGE R. D. 4, Box 136 Elizabethtown, PA. 17022 Head Resident, RA, Campus Fellowship Treas., Campus Gold Pres., Girl Scout Leader, SAM Club, Band, JV Field Hockey, Dorm Council, Women ' s Basket- ball Mgr., Baseball Statistician. " It is now time to leave some of the greatest experiences of my life, people whose friendship has sustained me, and a quality aca- demic environment, in order that I may enter the real world. Rats! Oh well, I guess you ' ll have this in small towns and communities, like pay toilets and no dimes. " GERALD J. O ' MALLEY Biology JOHN A. OBROCK Accounting LAUREN G. OLIVER Occupational Therapy KIMBERLY PAGE Math Business Administration 50 NoltPage G. GREGORY PALMER Business Administration Hfck. CYNTHIA JO PAULUS Accounting G. GREGORY PALMER 312 Glendale Street Carlisle, PA 17013 Outdoor Club, Marketing Club, SAM Club, Intramural Activities, Hall Representative, Organiza- tional member of ski programs and other recreational programs. GREGORY M. PAPAZIAN 7 Averstone Drive East Washington Crossing, PA 18977 Social Work Club, SAPA Club. CYNTHIA JO PAULUS 1216 S. York Street Mechanicsburg, PA. 17055 Concert Choir, Concert Band, Chorale, Accounting Club, Mod- ern Language Club, STEP, Del- phi Society, Tutor. Future Plans: Becoming a CPA within a public accounting firm and marriage to an alumni consti- tute my immediate plans. " The Future? Que ' Sera, Sera. " CRYSTAL PAYNTER R. D. 6, Box 6163 Stroudsburg, PA 18360 Accounting Club, Modern Lan- guage Club Sec. Treas., APB Publicity. Tutoring Center Coor- dinator, Campus Fellowship. VALERIA J. PECHA 202 E. Center Street Nesquehoning, PA 18240 Math Club, Campus Fellowship. LAURIE P. PEIFFER 3420 Williamson Road Greencastle, PA 17225 ACS, SAM Club, APB, Intramu- ral Volleyball, Volleyball Mara- thon, Student Senate. Future Plans: To get a job and eventually attend graduate school. GREGORY M. PAPAZIAN Social Work CRYSTAL PAYNTER Accounting VALERIE J. PECHA Mathematics LAURIE P. PEIFFER Chemistry Palmer-Peiffer 51 CHERYL ANN PETERMAN 901 Lennox Road West Palm Harbor, FL 33563 ACS, Biology Club, Pre-Health Club, SAM Club, Intramurals. Future Plans: I plan to enter the medical sales field in Florida. " My four years at Elizabethtown have been a time of growth, learning, enjoyment, and chal- lenge. 1 will always remember good ole 2-East with all the fun times, plus all the wonderful peo- ple who have touched my life here at E-town. CHERLY ANN PETERMAN Chemistry Med. Tech. KRISTINE M. PHILLIPS Psychology KRISTINE M. PHILLIPS RD 1 Box 585 Clayton, DE 19938 SAM Club, Intramurals, Psychol- ogy Club. SUSAN MOOR PICKARD 513 Idlewild Circle Media, PA 19063 Yearbook, Newspaper, WWEC, Foreign Language Club, Student Senate, Stage Manager, Stage Crew, Photography Club. JOHN PISCO 574 Lewis Street Minersville, PA 17954 SAM Club, Dorm Council, Varsi- ty Basketball, Student Senate. SUSAN MOOR PICKARD Communications JOSEPH M. PLUTA 1 Palmer Street Newton, NJ 08160 Future Plans: Living a humble, but comfortable life. JOHN PISCO Business Management JOSEPH M. PLUTA English 52 Peterman-Pluta JEFFREY J. POLOWAY RD 4 Box 4077 Stroudsburg, PA 18360 JV and Varsity Soccer, SAM Club. ROBERT POORMAN 2403 Guilford Street Lebanon, PA 17042 Accounting Club, SAM Club, In- tramurals, Extern Program. JEFFREY J. POLOWAY Marketing Management ROBERT POORMAN Accounting KAREN PORTZLINE RD 1 Box 185 Delanson, NY 12053 Future Plans: Work in child wel- fare. RONALD KEITH POWELL PO Box 1127 Deep Run Road Dublin, PA 18917 Accounting Club, SAM Club, Dorm Council. KAREN PORTZLINE Social Work I LOIS POWERS 620 Fieldcrest Road Lancaster, PA 17601 SAM Club. Marketing Club, JDN Co-editor. Future Plans: To pursue a busi- ness career in the marketing field. To some of the best memories and friends I ' ll ever have: " Falling tears, memories mirrors where are the summers oh where are the years. Friends we knew follow us through all the days of our lives. RONALD KEITH POWELL Accounting LOIS POWERS Business Administration Poloway-Powers 53 JO ANN RAMSEY 420 East Park Street, Apt. A Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 Director of Health Services, Drug, Alcohol Awareness, Sex- uality Awareness, HOPE. MICHAEL R. RATHSAM 305 Hillside Avenue Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 SAM Club. BRAD RAUCH 909 Skyline Drive Lebanon, Pa. 17042 Accounting Finance Club, SAM Club. SHEILA MARIE REARDON 2 Lawrence Court Old Tappan. NJ 07675 Intramural Softball and Volley- ball, Pres. Royer Dorm, Sec. Royer Dorm Council, Pres of Psychology Club, ' 83- ' 85, ' 84- ' 85, Sec of Psych Club ' 81- ' 82, ' 82- ' 83. Brethren College Abroad England ' 84. Future Plans: To complete Ph.D in Psych. MICHAEL REINER 259 Broadway Milton, PA 17847 Accounting Finance Club, SAM. USUBA Club, Brinser Dorm Council Pres VP. Intramurals — Volleyball, football, softball, basketball. Future Plans: to pass the CPA exam and to get a career in pub- lic accounting. LISA SUE RICHARDS 43 Richmont Avenue Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 OT Club, Schlosser Dorm Coun- cil, John Door News Editor, APB comedy coffeehouse participant. Future Plans: To explore the many opportunities that the OT profession has to offer. JO ANN RAMSEY Social Work Religion Philosophy MICHAEL R. RATHSAM Business Administration BRAD RAUCH Accounting SHEILA MARIE REARDON Psychology MICHAEL REINER Accounting LISA SUE RICHARDS Occupational Therapy 54 Ramsey-Richards DEBORAH ANN RIDER Occupational Therapy KAREN ROBERSON Elementary Education ALICE ANN ROSSI Elementary Education J. PETER ROTHERMEL Business Administration DEBORAH ANN RIDER 103 Erlington Drive Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 Volunteer Club, Historian of Al- pha Lambda Delta, Co-chairper- son of OT Club ' 83- ' 85, RA, Campus Fellowship, STEP Chor- eographer, Intramural softball volleyball. " E-town has taught me that living like there ' s no tomorrow means loving all you can today. " KAREN ROBERSON 1060 Lawrence Avenue Westfield, NJ 07090 Yearbook, Education Club, Peer Counselor, Intramurals — Vol- leyball Soccer. " 1 hope to get a job in an elemen- tary school. Thanks for all the memories! " ALICE ANN ROSSI 224 W. Areba Avenue Hershey. PA 17033 STEP 4 years. J. PETER ROTHERMEL 4010 8th Avenue S. Temple, PA 19560 ESTHER Y. RUBY R. D. 5, Box 5012 Spring Grove, PA 17362 Social Work Club, BCA Study Abroad Program Marburg, Ger- many, Intramural Volleyball and Soccer. MARTHA SADLER R. D.2, Box 291 Stevens, PA 17578 Social Work Sociology Club, Modern Language Club, Student Senate. Extern Program, Cam- pus Theater. Brethren College Abroad Program, Barcelona, Spain. " I hope to learn more languages and establish a career which will take me to the far corners of t he earth so that I might better un- derstand the world I live in. The most memorable event in my col- lege career was the year I spent studying and traveling in Eu- rope. " ESTHER Y. RUBY Social Work MARTHA SADLER Sociology Rider-Sadler 55 JERRY A. SCHADEL Accounting LINDA JEAN SCHAIRER Business Administration Computer Science GRETCHEN SCHLICHER Elementary Education SUZANNE L. SCHMOLL Occupational Therapy STEPHANIE M. SCHULER Secondary Education-History LINDA SCOTT Business Administration JERRY A. SCHADEL R. D. 1 Dalmatia, PA 17017 Accounting Finance Club, Co-di- rected STEP, Intramurals, Con- cert Choir, Etownian. Future Plans: To become a Certi- fied Public Accountant working toward partnership with an es- tablished public accounting firm. Remember best: The special times shared with friends. LINDA JEAN SCHAIRER 522 Andrea Drive Willow Grove, PA 19090 Foreign Language Club Sec, SAM Club, APB. GRETCHEN SCHLICHER 506 Third Street East Greenville, PA 18041 Campus Fellowship, RA, Stu- dent Senate, Social Work Club, Statistician for men ' s basketball team. " Thanks so much for a special year. " SUZANNE L. SCHMOLL 137 Brookside Road Newtown Square, PA 19073 Women ' s Volleyball team, OT Club, Outdoor Club. Future Plans: Include working as an occupational therapist in the Philadelphia area. STEPHANIE M. SCHULER 1759 Pioneer Road Lancaster. PA 17602 Etownian, History Club Pres., Dorm Council Sec, Society of Collegiate Journalist, Phi Alpha Theta Pres. LINDA SCOTT 105 Washington Rock Road Watchung, NJ 07060 Modern Language Club, Cam- pus Gold, Circle K, Outdoor Club. 56 Schadel-Scott JOHN K. SEIVWRIGHT Business Administration Management TIMOTHY STEPHEN SHARPE Biology DAVID G. SHAW Social Work $ ' LESLIE ANN SHAW Occupational Therapy ASHLEY SHENK Elementary Education JOHN S. SHILL1NGSFORD, JR. Accounting JOHN K. SEIVWRIGHT 4505 Chandler Drive Brookhaven, PA 19015 RA, Outdoor Club. SAM Club. TIMOTHY STEPHEN SHARPE 1805 East Street York, PA 17402 Brinser Dorm Council Pres., Out- door Club, Biology Club DAVID G. SHAW 1415 Mapleview Drive Washington, PA 15301 Student Senate, Etownian Staff, WWEG, APB, Social Work Club, College Democrats VP, Instruc- tional Resources Committee, Academic Occasions Commit- tee. LESLIE ANN SHAW 7100 SW Willowmere Drive Portland, OR 97225 Student Senate, Homecoming Co-Chairperson, Freshman Sum- mer Orientation Student Coor- dinator, Volleyball Team, Intra- mural volleyball, baseball soft- ball. ASHLEY SHENK R. D. 2 Delmar, DE 19940 JOHN S. SHILLINGSFORD, JR. R. D. 3, Box 1035 Duncannon, PA 17020 Accounting Club, Tutoring Staff. Intramural Volleyball Future Plans: I hope to be work- ing in a small public accounting firm after graduation and eventu- ally have my own practice. " I really enjoyed everything about E-town College life. My best wishes to the graduates on B-l. " Seivwright-Shillingsford 57 DEBORAH L. SHORT Business Administration RICHARD L. SHUMAN Business Administration DEBORAH L. SHORT 1510 Johnny ' s Way West Chester, PA 19382 SAM Club, Computer Science Club, Modern Language Club, Accounting Finance Club. Future Plans: To find a good job in the area of finance. CHRIS J. SHOULDICE 2425 Huntsville Road Shavertown, PA 18708 OT Club, Alcohol Drug Peer Educators, Training Room. Future Plans: I hope to become an employed occupational thera- pist while persuing a master ' s de- gree. " I will remember the members of my class living unit and the good times we had together. " RICHARD L. SHUMAN R. D. 2, Box 143 Peach Bottom, PA 17563 SAM Club, Accounting Finance Club, Etownian Business Man- ager. VIRGINIA M. SICKEL 540 Schoolhouse Lane Willow Grove, PA 19090 Social Work Club. DEBORAH A. SIMMLER 216 Lorna Drive Hatboro, PA 19040 APB, Photography Club, Year- book, Newman Club, SAM Club. MICHAEL KEITH SINGER 579 E. Hummelstown Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Future Plans: Navy pilot. CHRIS J. SHOULDICE Occupational Therapy VIRGINIA M. SICKEL Social Work DEBORAH A. SIMMLER Business Administration MICHAEL KEITH SINGER Physics 58 Short-Singer KELLY ANN SKUSE Business Administration DUANE BURDETTE SNAVELY Mathematics KELLY ANNE SKUSE 51 Stonegate Drive Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 Founders Dorm Council, APB. Outdoor Club, SAM Club, Mar- keting Club, Varsity Field Hock- ey, Volleyball Intramurals, Soc- cer Intramurals, Volunteer Club. NANCY ANN SMITH 14 Forest Drive Mt. Top, PA 18707 Circle K, OT Club, RA, Newman Club. Future Plans: To work one and only one job, a real job, as an OT. " There are mountains in our way but we climb a step every day. Thank you to my fellow OT ' s for helping me climb the stairs. " DUANE SNAVELY 619 E. High Street Elizabethtown, PA. 17022 College Scholar, Alpha Lambda Delta Treas., Soccer (All MAC, Academic Ail-American.) JERE H. SOLLENBERGER Box 95 Ross Avenue Blue Ball, PA 17506 SAM Club, Student Senate, Soc- cer Team, Baseball Team. MARY ANN SORRENTINO 109 Giammarino Avenue Gibbstown, NJ 08027 SAM Club, Intramurals W.I.C.I. NANCY STEIN 1251 Fanshawe Street Philadelphia, PA. 19111 Social Work Club Program Coor- dinator, Intramural Sports, Vol- unteer Club, APB, Outdoor Club. Future Plans: I plan to be a medi- cal social worker at a large hospi- tal. " I ' ll always remember the long talks with friends alone and how we wondered what the future would bring. " NANCY ANN SMITH Occupational Therapy JERE H. SOLLENBERGER Marketing Management MARY ANN SORRENTINO Corporate Communications NANCY STEIN Social Work Skuse-Stein 59 RAMONA STEINHAUER RD 1 Box 105 New Providence, PA 17560 Women ' s Basketball National Championship Team ' 81- ' 82, National Finalist Teams ' 82- ' 83, ' 83- ' 84, MAC Champs ' 83- ' 83, English Club, Intramurals, Vol- leyball Marathon. SANDRA LYNNSTOTHOFF RD 5 Box 110 Flemington, NJ 08822 APB, Circle K Club, Education Club. RAMONA STEINHAUER English SANDRA LYNN STOTHOFF Early Childhood Elementary Education AMY K. STRAUB 204 Hearth Road Camp Hill, PA 17011 Marketing Club, SAM Club, Ac- counting Finance Club, Soccer Team Fan Club, Women ' s Bas- ketball Team Manager, Wom- en ' s Rugby-Soccer Team, Ski Racing Team. " It ' s been a fun three years . . . always back to school . . . Good luck and God Bless Son, use pro- tection . . . DON ' T CRY for me Hillcrest Supper Club . . . Well I guess it ' s time to leave the coun- try ... 5 V2 years is the way to go. ANNE ELIZABETH STROCK 265 Roslyn Ave. Glenside, PA 19038 Social Work Club. " Thanks goes to E-town for the close friends it had brought me! My special luck and love to my fellow roommates and graduates — Anne, Amy and Chris. And one more question to the men I know and love: " Are Bitties real- ly that much of a nightmare?! " You guys are the greatest — good luck! " AMY K. STRAUB Business Finance BETH ANN SUKAROCHANA 761 Thompson Run Road Pittsburgh, PA 15237 OT Club, Circle K Club, Pre- Health Club " Will remember the " Walnut " Family (LH, LJ, JE, TL, BB), Ju- nior birdman, phone booths, and Patty and Dina — great w o vid- eo .. . Hey Hutch, I ' ll grab the hoe bag and roadtrip with you! " ANNE ELIZABETH STROCK Social Work BETH ANN SUKAROCHANA Occupational Therapy 60 Steinhauer-Sukarochana BETSY ANN SYMONDS Box 173 Casco. Maine 04015 Field Hockey, Education Club. Future Plans: Elementary educa- tion teacher, travel, marriage. MARCH A M. TAVARES 1636 Reed Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 Myer Dorm Council Treas, WICI Treas.. Newman Club, STEP, Projectionist, Yearbook. BETSY ANN SYMONDS Elementary Education MARSHA M. TAVARES Communications CRAIG D. TERPSTRA 22 Locaust Place Wayne, NJ 07470 Outdoor Club Pres., APB Tech. Team Chairperson, Computer Club. Caf. Student Manager. Best Memory: Brinser 1-North. DANIEL G. THOMAS 447 Cook Court Hummelstown, PA 17036 Intramurals, WWEC DJ. WWEC Supervisor. Future Plans: To become a suc- cessful E-town graduate in one of the many communications fields open to me. Best Memory: I remember the opportunity to intern in the Pub- lic Relations Department at the Pennsylvania Chamber of Com- merce. CRAIG D. TERPSTRA Computer Science LISA TITCOMBE PO Box 341 Island Heights, NJ 08732 DANIEL G. THOMAS Communications LISA TITCOMBE Business Administration Symonds-Titcombe 61 SCOTT DAVID TRAVOR 63 Serene Drive Holland, PA 18966 Varsity Basketball team ' 82-83 and ' 84- ' 85. Inter Varsity Chris- tian Fellowship, Biology Club. Future Plans: Hopefully, medical school. LISA TRIMMER 564 E. Willow Street Elizabethtown, PA. 17022 Circle K, Social Work Club, Al- pha Delta Mu, APB. Future Plans: to go on to grad school and go into family counsel- ing. " Best Memory is the friends I ' ve made at E-town. " DEBORAH M. TRUSCELLO 878 Taylor Drive Folcroft, PA 19032 Modern Language Club VP, SAPA Political Science Club. ROSS VECCHIO 206 Wedgewood Drive Turnersville, NJ 08012 Soccer, Ober Dorm Council, RA, WWEC, Conestogan, E-townian. PAMELA ANN VNENCHAK 45 Overlook Road Cedar Grove, NJ 07009 Yearbook (activities editor), Myer Head Resident, RA, Biol- ogy Club Pres., Biology Lab As- sistant, Myer Dorm Council, Dance Club, APB. ELIZABETH JUDITH WAGNER 811 Cranford Avenue Westfield, NJ 07090 APB, Education Club, Swim Team. Future Plans: I plan to teach in a kindergarden or preschool. " I ' d just like to say thank you to my friends and family. " SCOTT DAVID TRAVOR Biology LISA TRIMMER Social Work DEBORAH M. TRUSCELLO Political Science ROSS VECCHIO Marketing PAMELA ANN VNENCHAK Biology Pre Med ELIZABETH JUDITH WAGNER Early Childhood Education 62 Travor-Wagner LISA WALINSKY Early Childhood Education ALV1N DAVIS WALTON English SONIA MARIA WALWYN Accounting RENEE L. WEITZEL Accounting LISA WALINSKY R. D. 1, Box 1395 Pottsville, PA 17901 ALVIN DAVIS WALTON 223 Stuart Avenue Downingtown, PA 19335 SONIA MARIA WALWYN 703 S. Second Street Steelton, PA 17113 Accounting Club, International Club, SAM Club, Circle K. RENEE L. WEITZEL 1604 Spur Road Yardley, PA 19067 SAM Club, Accounting Club. Future Plans: " After graduation I hope to be able to obtain a ' real ' job, make big bucks and retire early and live in the tropics! " BETH WELLNITZ 739 Carleton Road Westfield, NJ 07090 SAM Club, Outdoor Club, Intra- murals. Dorm Council, Social Work Club, JV Basketball, Varsi- ty Softball. " With whatever the future brings, I know I ' ll be having fun too. The memories and friend- ships of E-town will live in my heart forever. To Mom, Dad and Mark — Thank You for your love and support. " NANCY ELIZABETH WELLONS 722 College Lane Allentown, PA. 18103 Choral Union, Concert Choir, OT Club, Talent Show, STEP, Pres Sock ' n Buskin, VP Treas Alpha Psi Omega, Godspell. BETH WELLNITZ Business Administration NANCY ELIZABETH WELLONS Occupational Therapy Bssasj5aEsSs» WalinskyWellons 63 CURTIS F. WELTY Religion History NANCY B. WENGER Business Administration ROSE E. WENGER Medical Secretarial Science DINA WERKLEY Occupational Therapy CURTIS F. WELTY 7310 Park Avenue Pennsauken, NJ 08109 VP History Club, Student Sen- ate, Food Committee, Religious Life Council, Christian Fellow- ship, VP Phi Alpha Theta, Intra- murals — football, basketball, volleyball, Captain of Volleyball Marathon team. NANCY B. WENGER 108 W. Broad Street Bethlehem, PA 18018 Track Club, SAM Club, Market- ing Club. Future Plans: To become en- gaged this summer to John and to find a job in the marketing field. BRADLEY S. WHITE Business Administration ROSE E. WENGER 410 S. Race Street Myerstown, PA 17067 Co-chairman Alcohol Awareness Club, Social Work Club Treas. DINA WERKLEY 1107 Paradise Street Phoenixville, PA 19460 Volunteer Club, OT Club, New- man Club Corresponding Sec, Outdoor Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, STEP, Christian Fellow- ship. Future Plans: Never to work in a cafeteria again. SUZANNE CAROL WHITE English BRADLEY S. WHITE 712 W. Pine Street Palmyra, PA 17078 Student Senate, Campus Life Council, Presidential Search Committee, SAM Club, Outdoor Club, Dean ' s List SUZANNE CAROL WHITE 2 White Deer Lane Morristown, NJ 07960 Peer Counseling ' 83- ' 84, Dorm Council Sec, ' 83- ' 84. English Club, SAM Club. 64 Welty- White CHERYL WIECHECKI Social Work ELIZABETH ANN WILKES Social Work KEVIN S. WILKIE Accounting CAROL WILLIAMS Business Administration KELLY R. WILLIAMS Computer Science PETER WITYCYAK, JR. Economics CHERYL WIECHECKI 3453 Garnet Mine Road Boothwyn, Pa. 19061 Social Work Club. ELIZABETH ANN WILKES 19 Cedar Mill Lane Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 Outdoor Club. Social Work Club, OT Club Pres. Jr. year. KEVIN S. WILKIE 4105 Old Gettysburg Road Camp Hill, PA 17011 Accounting Club VP, Voluntary Income Tax Assistance Program Future Plans: To become a CPA. CAROL WILLIAMS 634 Fernwood Street Emmaus, PA 18049 SAM Club, Marketing Club. KELLY R. WILLIAMS Box 253 Elizabethtown, PA 17022 Computer Science Club, Society of Physics Students. Alpha Lambda Delta, Chorale. PETER WITYCYAK, JR. R. D. 1, Box 128 Reading, PA 19607 Circle K Public Relations officer. Strategic Games Club, Presi- dent. Wiechecki-Witycyak 65 KAREN V. WOLFF Occupational Therapy NORMAN DAVID YEATER Religion Philosophy BARBARA JEAN YOUNG Political Science KAREN VALERIE WOLFF 845 Somerset Drive Toms River, NJ 08753 Swim Team 4 years, OT Club, Circle K, Outdoor Club, Peer Counselor, Yearbook, E-tow- nian. Intramural volleyball. Future Plans: Include entering the Army Reserves as an occupa- tional therapist and being happy, healthy and successful for the rest of my life. LORIN S. WORTEL 318-1 Narvon Road, RD 2 Narvon, PA 17555 VP and Secretary of Psi Chi, SAM CLUB. NORMAN DAVID YEATER Box 421 McAlisterville, PA 17049 Deputation Team Brethren Stu- dent Fellowship, Concert Choir, Chorale, Collegians, Sock and Buskin VP, Alpha Psi Omega, Campus Theatre House Mgr., " The Curious Savage " , Campus Fellowship. CHARLOTTE YODER 16570 Brick Road Granger, IN 46530 Concert Choir, Alpha Mu, Chris- tian Fellowship. Future Plans: I plan on getting married in June and hopefully start a music therapy internship in Septembe r. BARBARA JEAN YOUNG 98 Miner Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 Society for the Advancement of Political Awareness, Sec; Mod- ern Language Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, College Scholar, Pi Sigma Alpha TRACEY YOUNG Box 183, RD 3 Cogan Station, PA 17728 Campus Fellowship, OT Club, Volunteer Club, Outdoor Club, Campus Gold, Concert Band, Orchestra. " A big thank you and hug to ev- eryone — Dad, Mom and all of my friends here at Etown. " LORIN S. WORTEL Psychology Business Administration CHARLOTTE YODER Music Therapy TRACEY YOUNG Occupational Therapy 66 .Wolff -Young KATHY LYNN YOUSE Business Administration JOANNE M. ZERBE Social Work KATHY LYNN YOUSE 932 Hillcrest Road Akron, PA 17501 SAM Club, Girls Field hockey manager, Co-Advertising Man- ager for Etownian. CHARLES ZEIDERS R. D. 2, Box 459 Glenmoore, PA 19343 English Club VP, Editor Poetry Journal. Future Plans: Write. JOANNE M. ZERBE R. D. 1, Manbeck Road, Box 155 Bernville, PA 19506 Circle K, Alcohol Awareness Peer Educators, Concert Band, Choral Union, Campus Fellow- ship, Social Work Club, Deputa- tion Team, Peer Counselor. " I ' ll remember the spiritual growth I gained through partici- pating in church services with the deputation team and from the encouragement of my friends, es- pecially Jesus Christ, who was al- ways there for me. " JOAN ZINN 823 Hilltop Drive Harrisburg, PA SAM Club, Dorm Representa- tive. " I ' ll never forget all the great friends that I ' ve made here at E- town. " CHARLES ZEIDERS English JOAN ZINN Business Administration Graduation May 18, 1985 I Elizabethtown College held its 82nd Commencement on Saturday afternoon May 18. A total of 335 seniors received degrees. A large gathering of parents, rel- atives, and friends was on hand for the outdoor ceremony held in the campus Dell. Those gathered for the ceremony heard Benjamin Ladner, Executive Direc- tor of the National Humanities Faculty, deliver the commencement address. 68 Graduation Graduation 69 Ci Graduation 71 72 Graduation n W . J i 9 r f c m 9 1 ■ 1 1 ■i R. .. Graduation 73 1 V9 74 sat m ■ • • • Underclassmen Brinser Brinser RAs Jeff Kownig, Carl LaMastra, Jeff Jacoby, Dave Lewis. Bill Longacre. Brinser Dorm Council Row 1: Tony Cribari, Tim Sharpe, John Hosier, Ed Jenkins, Rich Breimann, Joe Ferko, Bob Bittner. Row 2: Dave Jones, Steve Williamson, Chris Baldridge, Wes Baker. ±rV 76 Brinser M K l-North Row 1: Ed Jenkins. Row 2: Aaron Payson, Jeff Koenig (RA), Brad Sattin, Greg Hetrick, Chuck McDanolds, Bob Bittner, Larry Scheurich, Tim Sterner, Tim Sharpe, Tim Rimmer. Row 3: Ted Miller, Marc Love, Tony Cribari, Scott Sweren, Mike Singer. Sean Page, Frank Carado, Allen Hansell, Chuck Grohotolski, Dave June. Missing: Craig Terpstra, Wayne Nguyen. N o r t h 2-North Row 1: Eric Hommas, Glenn Johansen, Todd Latshaw. Row 2: Chip Snyder, Dan McCormick. Scott Wenger, Rich Shuman. Row 3: Andy Cecala, Bob Little, Steve Hanzelman. 2-North Row 1: Joe Pluta, Steven Williamson, Ron Orlando. Row 2: Jeff Lloyd, Scott Richards, Brian Nicklaus, Chuck Engle, Pete Githens. Row 3: Jeff Allen, Joe Ferko, Bill Longacre (RA). Brinser 77 3-North Row 1 : Todd Wenger, Perry Merlo, Joe Fischer, Charlie Bowden, Jeff Sori, Kyle Yost, Phil Selby, Sean Hennessy, Dan Oakes. Row 2: David Rothermel, Chris Shoul- dice, Duane Hosier, Chuck (Bloom) Engle, Greg Akerman, Mike Rosa, Dave Lewis. Row 3: Mike Shogi, Brian, Tom Haughton. Missing: Fish, Doc, Zak. South l-South Row 1: Mark Rineman, Andy Gulati, Bill Bender, Ken Myers. Row 2: Jim Brown, Allen Kemp, Jeff Boyle, Fred Phillipy. 78 Brinser 2-South Row 1: Rich Guinan. Doug Travor. Row 2: Dale Forshey. Herb Miller, Ray Kreiser, Jeff Jacoby. Row 3: Mike Nolt, G. Tim Bowman, Shailesh Mehta, Rich Breimann, Mike Reiner, John Snader. 2-South Row 1: Tom Edgley, Bill Schappell. Dan Stovell, Bill Bova, Scott Travor, Mark Myers. Row 2: John Laird, Pete Witycyak, Jim Campi, John Belt, Dave Germann. Brinser 79 3-South Row 1: John Cooper, Keith Gunn, Rich Williamson. Row 2: Bruce Padulsky, Tim Ferguson, Carl LaMastra (RA). Row 3: Bill Milles, Joe Albanese. Row 4: Tom Lehmen, Ken Sylvia, Chris Baldrige. Wes Baker. 3-Sowth Row 1: Pete Christ, Carl LaMastra (RA). Row 2: Steve Aungst, John Hosier, Mike Snyder. Row 3: Keith Mueller, Mark Shade, Mike Sny- der, Tom Sload, Steve Swope. 80 Brinser Commuters Row I: Angie Riggleman. Pat Early, Jim Hoffen, Dan Garnen, Kris Hawkens, Jane Wilson, Rose Montague, Jean Mark. Row 2: Shirley Riggleman, Randy Garner. Jeff Bair, Sharon Tushup Row 3: Joann Funk, Michelle Regn, Tom Berry, Kevin Bream, Kim Schropp. Commuters 81 Who Lives In Alpha Annex? Alpha Annex — What ' s that? Is there such a place on campus? While most of the campus lives in dorms, co-ops, or off campus, two of our fellow students are tucked away on the second floor of the Public Safety Office. Greg Cooney and Norm Yeater have been answering the col- lege phone, paging safety, the health office, housing personnel and handling a variety of other emergency calls. Greg, a music therapy major from Baltimore, MD, will be graduating this coming December. While Norm, a religion philosophy major, will be graduating in May. Once again, an Alpha Annex position will be open. But rest assured that whoever takes over for Norm will continue the traditional response of " Good Morning, Elizabethtown College " . Norm Yeater 82 Alpha Annex Founder ' s Founder ' s RA ' s Row 1: Kristel Miller, Chris Achenbach, Becky Wilson, Dan Blunk. Row 2: Pam Mongelli, Connie Wehry, Sue Pretto, Shelly Woodbury, Pam Millan, Marshelle Brozino, Sue Bartle Row 3: Marty Brumme, Nate Webber. Founder ' s Dorm Council Row 1: Jennifer Lachnicht (VP), Eric Miller (Pres.). Row 2: Jill Gillespie (Tres.), Sue Leadbeater, Mary Jean Barnes, Diane McCartney. Row 3: Bet- sy Aubrecht, Jane Booth. Nora Charles, An- drea Cockburn, Jennifer Fanella. Row 4: Elyse Braxton, Joel Waite, Patty Harned, Dan Blunk, Chris Achenbach, Pam Kron- inger, Joy Nave. Missing: Becky Wilson, Marsha Figurelli, Nancy Landon, Bill Newill, Sherry Cassidy, Joe Banner. Founder ' s 83 A-Wing A-l Row 1: Kristen Rehrig, Beth Strang, Mary Blazes. Tanja Kyle. Row 2: Karman Graham, Lisa Arasteh, Chris Keller. Betsy Aubrecht. Cherie White. Missing: Katie Martin. A-l Row 1: Patty Johnson, Pam Kroninger, Rhonda Burke, Joan Weaver, Lisa Cianciulli, Sue Pretto (RA). 84 Founders A-l Row 1: Darcy Coelln. Row 2: Jan Schwartz, Suzanne Milton, Ann Melville, Charlene Teitelman. Row 3: Mary Hartung, Diane Miller, Bonnie Westheaffer, Kim Staub, Kris Shoenherr. Row 4: Sue Follert, Sue Anderson, Kim Eberly, Karen Clymer, Doreen Drake, Colleen Cameron, Beth Buck, Barb Garstka. A-2 Row 1: Tracy Bauer, Kelly Kopp, Trisha Wohlrab Row 2: Beth Anderson, Jody Riley, Pamela Mongelli (RA), Jodi Eyer. Row 3: Susy Schrader. Chris Kwapinski, Cathy Borneman. Founders 85 A-3 Row I: Gina Borriello, Robin Wilfrid, Pam Kercher, Julie Bonn. Arlynn Polsky, Justine Robbins, Roe Tamagni. Row 2: Karen Cannon, Leslie Sevinson, Laura Bly, Kristin Hess, Mary Alhage, Kristen Shuman, Nancy Richardson. Row 3: Sheri Cassidy, Stephanie Vickers, Elizabeth Makovitch, Jan Zaccanini, Mary Kay Ritter, Karen Zimmerman. Row 4: Beth Scroggins, Megan Seits, Melissa Baker, Patti Tisdale, Shelly Woodbury (RA), Kathleen McKenna. Missing: Monica Givens, Karen Lupyak, Becky Deckenback, Laura Fecile. B-l Row 1: Trish Marrero, Dana McCormick, Jennifer Corchiolo, Lisa Messner. Row 2: Phyllis Monks, Stephanie Meloy, Becky Wilson (RA), Lori Romano. Row 3: Mindy Braithwaite, Sue Leadbeater. 86 Founders B-Wing B-2 Row 1: Cathy Saunders. Row 2: Kristel Miller (RA), Jenni Lachnicht, Gail Rupp, Beth Hummel. Bom 3: Sue Leach, Lisa Rudnicki, Kristin Holmes, Karen Simpson, Angie Metz. B-2 Row I: Kelly Skuse, Patty Miller. Tracy Gibble, Bonnie Bair. Row 2: Anne Borelli, Maria Kalathas, Amy Studenmund, Regina Cooks. Teri Shepler. Founders 87 B-3 Row 1: Jane Fruggiero, Marshelle Bro- zino (RA). Lynda Piekarski, Cindy Schrader, Tricia Costa, Kim Lease. Row 2: Bonnie Reid, Lisa Keon, Denise Desjardins, Kristie Patten, Louann Sheaffer, Lori Anthony. Row 3: Tracy Crawford, Kathy Crowley, Tina Delo. C-l Row 1: Barb Young, Jane Booth, Jenny Klein, Kristen Fink, Chris Mueller. Row 2: Nora Charles, Chris Achenbach (RA), Nancy Scaff, Connie Rodgers, Beth James, Karen MacNeel. Row 3: The men of C-l. B-3 Row l:Stacey Smith. Row 2: Anne Hollinger, Michelle Swantner, Denise Beattie, Elyse Braxton, Karen Nelson, Kristin Rowland, Karen Metz. Row 3: Heidi Murtagh, Nancy Wellons, Susie Seibert, Lynn Wolf, Mary Stiso, Lisa Willitts. 88 Founders C-Wing C-2 Clockwise: Jamie Smith, Elise Wagner, Penny Hap- ple, Jill Gillespie, Denise Angeno, Deneen Focht, Sue Pau- us, Pam Millan (RA), Beth Wilhide. Diane Zack. Mel Dixon, Laurie Melos. Missing: Dawn Eaby, Kathy Stadler. C-2 Row I: Betsy Hoffman. Jen Fanella, Jodi Kiska, Laura Karl, Kim Ryan Row 2: Carolyn Reuter, Dori Hacker, Diane Paszkowski, Andrea Cockburn, Janet Streett, Karen Smith, Karen Wrona, Laura McEachern, Maria Gilmore, Andrea Ache. Founders 89 C-3 Row 1: Lauren Sherry. Katy Morris, Charlotte Howell-Clarke, Sue Waro. Row 2: Nancy Darrow. Kathy " Papple " Kealy. Chris Kelly, Bonnie Carew. Row 3: Connie Wehry (RA). Kathy " Bear " Spare, Myra Hooker. C-3 Row 1: Amy Rupert. Patty Lawless, Cindy Daub. Kathy Youse. Row 2: Liz Martin, Jane Myers, Stephanie Schuler, Diane McCartney, Mary Jean Barnes. Danielle King. Row 3: Wendy Sills. Amy Andrews, Amy Primus, Kathy Begeman, Carol Sutcliffe. 90 Founders - ft 4 A D W 1 n 9 D-l Row 1: Steve ' " Beef " Roberto, Tim Seifert, Mike Gore, Greg Gaal, Rick Mc Allister. Dave " Rico " Mastrota. Rick " Huckles " Souders, Mike Tshudy. Row 2: Jim Yohn, Jeff Null, Thomas Gaines, Joe Banner, Scott Bell, Tim McCormick, Roger Dunkelberger, Nate Webber (RA), Barry Eaton. Row 3; Karl Peters. Steve Schroth, John Funston, John Mulkerin, Dave Klinger, John McDonnell. Missing: Slime Founders 91 D-2 Row 1: Debbie Brown, Stacey Fox. Row 2: Sue Good, Debbie Matzelle, Mellissa Mosesso, Sue Bacon. Row 3: Amy Dreyer, Danielle Lettiere, Meg Schwartz. Kathy Lardear Row 4: Joy Nave, Patty Harned, Meg Richardson D-2 Row 1: Gaby Heill. Susan Bartle (RA), Chris Messier. Row 2: Denise Bertz, Tammy McDonald, Karen Kaechele, Carolyn Kern Row 3: Kim Mazenko, Lisa Steele, Celeste Crawford. 92 Founders D-3 Row 1: Brent Heard, Brad Van Nostrand. Brad Brubaker. Cary Bodenheimer, Ed Gorecki. Row 2: Dan Blunk (RA), John O ' Brien, Brad White, John Steinback, Ghassan Aridi, Dan Schlosser. Ron Powell, Dave Schlosser Missing: Pat Barrett, Frank Batastini. D-3 Row 1: Mark Clark, Mike Fuhr, Bob " Booger " Walinsky. Row 2: Paul Holcomb, Brian Cassel, Joel Waite, Eric Miller, John Cromer, Tim Wallis. Row 3: Mike " Ski " Biedronski, N.C. Vanderwerff, Andy Kroeck. Bill Newill. Missing: Jake Gerhard, Ed Hendrick. Founders 93 94 Faces of E-town Myer Myer RAs Gretchen Schlicher, Bonnie Youngblood, Lisa Broadbent, Melissa Weis- sert, Pam Vnenchak (HR). Myer Dorm Council Row 1: Karen Marsteller (Sec), Janet Bopp (Pres.), Krissy Reese (VP), Marsha Tavares (Tres.). Row 2: Kim Freeman, Viki Dujmouic, Pam Koontz, Andrea Under, Michelle Szymkowiak. Myer 95 East l-East Left; Top to Bottom: Grace Struhs, Kim Freedman, Viki Dujumovic, Pam Vnenchak (RA) Right; Top to Bottom: Dawn High. Renee Reedy, Chris Mover, Lisa Trenery. Missing: Cindy Sagolla W-- 1 — 2-East Row 1: Cheryl Frank, Alice Rossi, Tracye May. Rou 1 2: Janet Kreig, Sarah Yost, Dianne Darrah, Diane Gingrich. Amy Kingsbury. Kim Bazzoli, Renee Adams, Krissy Reese. Heather Gourlie. Row 3: Kathy May, Kathy Gilman, Sue Van Street, Heidi Holscher, Michele Fisher, Row 4: Kendal Hu lihen, Carol Welsh. Laurie Mertikas, Bonnie Burrell, Pam Koontz. Ruth Moyer. Kristen Enswiler. 96 Myer 3-East Row 1: Laura Jones, Wendy Ca- zort, Joanne Lerch, Kim Miller, Kristin Espenhorst, Sherry Gernert. Row 2: Joan Everett, Devora Lebish, Bonnie Youngblood (RA), Christy Myers, Janet Bopp, Dina Gardner, Janice Vick, Cindy Vann, Susan McCracken. 3-East Row 1: Tina Chorba, Kristen Gusky, Christy Myers, Dina Gardner, Sherry Gernhert, Sarita Tevethia. Row 2: Chrissy Hutsko, Karen Marsteller, Kathy Cicalese. Janet Bopp, Joy Pepmeir, Lisa Phillips. Row 3: Jill Zimmer, Diane Waddell, Ann Belkey 97 Myer w e s t W9t am u 2-West Row l:GinaGecsek, Sherry Rodrian. Row 2: Chris Wright, Amy VanSaun, Lynda Swan, Glenda Smith, Karen Huber. Row 3: Kendra Yinger, Michele Repko, Jackie Piret, Georgine Pizzulo, Lisa Broadbent, Michele D ' Andrea, Annie Erb. Row 4: Lisa Pearce, Sue Smith, Kay Miller, Cindy Kluge, Kathy Elavsky, Duane Kuhn, Kim Rubin, Beth Sukarochana, Laura Reilly, Kris Story, Leigh Hartman, Betsy Bender. 3West Rowl: Deb Truscello. Rou 2: Janet Clark, Melissa Lambert. Row 3: Trish Lawrence, Michelle Rubel, Aimee Vanisko, Grace Kim, Beu Reeves. Row 4: Deb Waltermire, Liza Wagner, Marie Brodnick, Joyce Wendling, Joan Korb, Casey Hall. Row 5: Michelle Szymkowiak, Tracey Thomas, Kim Hayden, Ann Alander, Marsha Tavares. Row 6: Den- nine Weissert (RA), Lynda Stone, Andrea Lindner, Heidi Hackenberger. Missing: Pam Craig, Suzanne Clark, Cindy Pichelman. 98 Myer Ober linn . .» J | y R i ■ 1 S 1 Wr j Ober Dorm Council Row 1: Keith Hall. Andy Love Rom 2: Dave Landis, Joe Costigan, Gerry Dougherty, Tom Lon- genecker. Paul Eyler. Ober RAs Row 1: Bill Mack, John Kennedy, John Seivwright, Tom Deardorff. Row 2: Jack Schlottman, Ross Vecchio. Tom Pifer, Joe Mullen. A-Wing A-l Row 1: John Seivwright (RA), John Henderson, Shawn Wilson, Scott Brown, Scott Bourne, Tom Trayer, Scott Metzel. Row 2: Frank Workman, Brian Walters, Randy Bankert, Mike " Chaka " Rose, Orbit Williams, Gene Anastasio. Row 3: Roger Haddon, Joe Beck, Ron DeBri- gida. Biff Steele. Gary Poffenberger, Phil Alu, Steve Rose, Jim Jones. Missing: Dave Jones, Chris O ' Neal. Doug Schrock, Minh F. Quan, Kelly Gage, Pete Wachenfield. Dan Smith. Ober 99 A-2 Row 1: Scott Meyers, Tim Heck, Will Malatesta, Chris Shankglee Dalton, Charlie Cornell. Row 2: Darrell Walters, Messy Marvin, Dave Mussell, Mike " Stud " Parker, Steve Kelker, Dave Yelengrease, Eugene Goo- drow, Rod Lamboni, Dan Kohler, Ghubby Cressman, Gerald Dougherty, Tom Deardorff (RA). Row 3: Keith Marvel, Tim " Jethro " Hessert, Tom Migut, Jack " Chan " Hamilton, Bill Nash, Kevin Marvell, Ed Pifer, Todd Conyers, " Gay " Ray Brosius, Mike Trapani, Kurt Stahl, Dean McFadden. A-3 Row 1: Brutus Price, Dean Martin, Mister Chibs, Jimi Lawrence, Joe Morgan, Captain Sky. Row 2: Cuff Link, Jim Veraldi, Tony Taylor, Carlos Santana, Disco Heinze, Dino, Hunk Schlunk, D.C. White House, Lapriola Pudding, Bill Faulkner, Jerry Zerbe. Row 3: Bob Seger, Don John Fanesse, Peter Huberoff, Jam- Master Jay, Sly Stallone, Mager McCheese, Dirk Beagle. Missing: F.B. Magoo, Invisibill Dolan, Loggins Messina, Turk Shirk, Major League, Howard Stauffenberger, I.M. McGuigan, Blake Warrington, J.B. Heisler, Spuz Grant, Walter O ' Malley, Bi Foglio, Ozzie Polonus, Batman Kwon, Barry Levy, Darius Nelson. B-Wing B-Basement Row 1: Brian " Boop " Diezel. Row 2: John " Sgt. Shultz " Kennedy (RA), Charlie " Chuck-o- Matic " Zeiters. Row 3: Walley " Ober Brinser " Ka- mens, Dave " Who ya Kidding " Curnane, Sam " Where ' s the Dead playing " Mann, Koichi, Don " Hi Hon " Loser. Row 4: Steve " T-TH. " Aiena, Steve " I ' m losing again " Swenson, Curtis " The Gerbil Man " Welty, Rich " nice guy " Gallagher. Row 5: Bruce " British Invasion " Zim- merman, Russ " What am I doing " Murry, Don " Ship- pensburg " Bogut, Darren " Ok, I got a problem " McKes- sey, Duane " B-e " Kuhn, Andy Keefer. 100 Ober B-l Row 1: Pat Kane, Dale Nelson, John Schwalm. Row 2: Jay Aman, Eric Siler, Eric Hensen, Tom Pifer (RA). Row 3: Andy Carey, Rich Burns, Doug Calandra. Kevin McKenzie. Wayne Williams, Tom Steyaert. 7 1 B-2 Row 1: Chris Boue, Mark Splitel, Scott Da- vies, Andy Love, Sean McKenzie, Hamid Esbah, Jamie Tripplett, Greg Vannucci, Chuck Frye, Jim " Bandit " Stabile. Row 2: Mike Lorelli, Neil Clark, Todd Falk, Glen Melos, Tony Stoikovski, Bill Robinson, Dave Landis. Row 3: Ken Scott, Chris Matthews, Dave D ' Agostino, Gene Penxa, Melvin Spade, Bozo the Clown. B-2 Row 1: Dave Lenhart, Gene Penxa, Mark Rubino, Ken Scott, Ross Vecchio (RA). Row 2: Dave Landis, Andy Love, Eric Albright. Row 3: Tony Stoikovshi. Keith Hall, Jim Stabile, Todd Falk. Ober 101 B-3 Sitting: Bill Mack (RA), Ed O ' Connor, Steven Grandorf, Don Bogut, Rob Miller, Paul Hockenbury, Tom Longenecker, Brian Ronan. Standing: Chris Wright, Mike Hess, Duane Armstrong, Jim Morasco, Dave Robinson, Dave Corrigan, Scott McNaney, Kevin Byrne, George, Paul Eyler, Kerry Kembel, Scott Crossan, Jim Chianese, Jim Bosma, Stephan Dahl, Eric Eshbach. B-3 Row I: Steve Yinger. Row 2: Terry Monteleone, Jim Hale, William Kirwah, Tim Palumbo, Glen Conti, Jim Vanmetre, Steve Havighurst. Row 3: John Hudson, John Laposa, Tim Tharp. Row 4: Scott MacKenzie, Mike Pratzner. 102 Ober Royer RAs Gerry Jacobs, Lisa Gafgen, Judy Corona, Kim Page, Debbie Rider, Terri Lunz. Royer 103 North l-North Row 1: Tracey Groff. Andrea Schwartz. Row 2: Dolora Chorba, Lynn O ' Farrell, Judi Rossi. Row 3: Chris Collins, Tarn Nguyen, Alice Gable. Row 4: Sheila Reardon, Jessica Stone, Karen Kinzie, Judy Corona (RA), Liz Guedeke. Missing: Sally Garber, Nora Mellinger. 2-North Row 1: Lori Myers. Nancy Walsh. Cathy Costellan. Row 2: Gwen Holmstrom. Karen Baltz, Lee Ann von Houten, Debbie Rider (RA), Karen Klingman. Missing: Laurie Jacoby. Carol Mead, Kathy Grant. 104 Royer 2-North Row 1: Terri Cianci. Mary McMahon, Lisa Daganelli, Kim Pease. Row 2: Alexis McCauley, Debi Sanford, Betsy (Boppin ' ) Paul, Monica Petrick, Wendy Kowtko. Lying: Patti (PJ) Kramer. 3-North Above Row 1: Tracey Young. Jenny Winters. Judy Judd, Row 2: Monica Felix, Jody Reiner, Karen Kniss. 3-North Left Row 1: Joanne Resser. Karen Crum. Row 2: Dina Werdley. April Baker, Gerry Jacobs Row 3: Julie Bannister, Hope Gasell, Becky Dalley, Leanne Church, Donna Jarrett, Chris Zielinski, Margaret Alberti, Patti Salimena Row 4: Chris Finely, Heather Con- ner. Royer 105 South l-South Row 1: Jean Baugher, Kyle Kessler, Chris Chapin, Shari Hartman, Jackie Hirsch. Row 2: Kate Oppenheimer, Judy Lingrell, Raggedy Ann, Laura Youngcourt, Chris Dameron, Colleen Peditto, Erin Smith, Jody Welch, Linda Dempsey, Joan Zinn, Nancy Gsell. 2-South Kim Page, Susan Faatz, Karen Stenner, Ann Dietz, Kris Biagi, Angie Fogle, Joyce Sangrey, Melinda Rider, Michele Dick, Lynn Bentzley, Lisa Dauenheimer. Missing: Tina Abbott, Danny Page. 106 Royer 3-South Row 1 : Cheryl Charles, Stephanie Norwinski, Row 2: Sharon Burger, Lisa 3-South Row I : Jenny Roland, Michele Mahouchick, Janet Lamborn. Row 2: Carter. Row 3: Dawn Williams, Kathleen Casey. Row 4: Michelle Otley, Gwenda Cindy Waltz, Delia Dibert, Lori Johnson, Rom 3: Colleen Simpson, Melissa Wagner, Terri Lunz (RA), Joan Storm. Zimmerman, Denise Waller, Colleen Maltimore, Jody Seibert. 2-South Row 1: Maxann Lord, Do- reen Lowder. Row 2: Marianne Mill- er, Carol Brecht. Susan Marlatt, Wen- dy Townsend, Aleli Almario, Michelle Dalton, Carol Hartman. Missing: Lisa McGurgan, Marci Lebowitz, Irene Balafoutas, Bonnie Wilder. Royer 107 Schlosser Schlosser RAs Denise " Stroker " Stark, Diane " Bitty " Dillon, Shawne " HBO " Johnson, Lisa " Goddess " Keane, Carol " Wilbur " Willoughby. Schlosser Dorm Council Row 1: Nancy Schroeck, Dorothy Shade, Sue Wornitsky, Jill Ward, Kim Hallgreen, Sandy DeCarlo (Pres.). Row 2: Kim Adkins, Lori Eberly, Laura Bell, Rachel Grossman. 108 Schlosser East l-East Row 1: Lauri Bell, Ellen O ' Connell, Sue Zweig, Amy Vance, Lisa Schultz, Beth Barnish. Row 2: Nancy Schroek, Liz Bauer, Diane Hadley, Kayann Unangst, Suzanne Kovalsky. Leslie Shaw, Sue Karaffa, Beth Boyer, Patty Davis. Row 3: Annette Davis, Trea Robinson, Laura Bookheimer, Cheryl Evers, Tree Kuntz, Lynn Singer, Sue Sidler. Schlosser 109 2-East Top to Bottom: Jean Ford, Robin Sharrer, Christine Smith, Lisa Magee, Donna Hrudowsky, Sally Wolf, Pamela Mehring, Vivian Hann, Cindy Chapman, Betsy Douglas, Jodi Fitz, Ann Marie Scesa, Dorothy Shuda, Sue Spangler, Bridget Rommal, Carolyn Boshart, Lee (Wench) Lucas. Missing: Sonia Walwyn, Shawne (Zetta) Johnson (RA), Jackie Davis, Mary (Meg) Richardson, Jodi Weigel, Joann Rentz, Linda Smith. 2-East Row l:Suzi DeLucia. Row 2: Becky Deery, Terri Stickle, Holly Snyder, Fran Zampelle. Row 3: Lora Kemak, Elizabeth Edwards, Cyn- thia Wiley, Juanita Jackson, Cyndi Kelly, Lynn Heckmer, Kim Hall- green, Susan Pavlik, Jill Ward, Donna Kennedy. 3-East Row 1: Mardette Cross, Julie McDermott. Row 2: Michelle Chierici, Cheryl Peterman. Deb Noonan. Row 3: Stephanie Thomas, Dawn Thomas, Kathy Storm. Row 4: Sharon Kipp, Karen Duffie, Kim Reigel Row 5: Dawn Kinney, Carol Pagano, Row 6: Shira Goldman, Beth Demattia, Karen McKee, Robin Bittenbender. 3-East Row 1: Robyn Zenger, Denise Krieder, Kathy Miller, Jackie Carson. Row 2: Kathy Ricci, Natalie Birrell. Sharlene Schomber. Row 3: Lisa Friedlander, Sue Calaman. Row 4: Kim Patton, Cindy Carothers, Sonia Boss. Row 5: Liz Rhue, Wendy Gooden. Schlosser 111 West 2-West Row I: Debbie Simmler. Sue Warnitsky. Row 2: Debbie Walker, Laura Bear, Susan Pickard. Sandy DeCarlo, Nancy Stein, Terri Bubnis Row 3: Beth Wellnitz, Pam Blake, Dawn Sprance Row 4: Nancy Evans, Randi Baldwin, Gina Mastro, Heather Brubaker. Denise Stark (RA). 2-West Row 1: Stephanie Loose, Tory Weinhold, Jennifer Crist. Row 2: Mary Ellen Clark, Kathleen Martin, Kristen Johnson, Bev Davis, Patty Gay. Row 3: Candace Austin, Sheila Reynolds, Lisa Acri. Kendra Deaven, Laura West. 112 Schlosser s 3-West Row 1: Laurie Bookheimer, Ginny Elwell, Lisa Willing, Sue Patton, Dorothy Hight. Krista Fasching. Row 2: Sun Lee. Debbie Young, Linda Foerster. Diane Dillon (RA), Kathy Hildebrandt, Tammy Shelton, Lisa Sheetz. Row 3: Melissa Arnold, Elaine Balaban, Pam Whittle, Heather Sheehan, Amy Griffiths, Judy Palmer. 3-lVest Row 1: Sue Cupit, Carol Kimley. Row 2: Linda Ball, Karen Freed. Row 3: Kamille Kassees. Jackie Cain, Lois Powers. Lori Eberly, Kim Adkins, Row 4: Cindy Eris- man, Karen Roberson. Schlosser 113 Co-ops KgSX Rose Garden: Row 1: Ted Robinson. Tom Humphries, Ray Bendas, Mark McNaughton. Row 2: Jim Bowe, Brian Moyer, John Nicklin, Pete Rothermel. The Farm: Row 1: Lady. Row 2: Chris Cook. Mike Rathsam, Doug Peters. Paul McMurtrie. Craig Darling, Duane Snavely, Jeff Polloway. Row 3: T-bone. 114 Co-ops Orchard: Row 1: Tami Cutilli, Cindy Paulus. Row 2: Sharon Gaskin, Katherine Mclntire, Jill Jenkins- Row 3: Gail Harris, Suzanne Schmoll, Cynthia Lyons. Co-ops 115 116 Dorm Sweet Dorm Dorm Sweet Dorm 117 118 A Hw | ML Faculty Admin. • 119 Michael IV. Andrews Library Services Gordon Bateman Director of Financial Aid Dr. Robert K. Bing Occupational Therapy Kenneth Baylor Director of Public Information Dr. Ernest Blaisdell Math 120 Andrews — Blaisdell ■ W ! 1 . L. Bossier Math Dr. Richard L. Bowman Physics Stanley K. Bowers Education Dr. James H. Brucker Vice Pres. of Development Bossier — Brucker 121 Marty Brumme Asst. Dir. of Housing Dr. Jay Buffenmeyer Business Dr. John Bui dick Sociology Dr. Carl A. Callenbach Education Dr. John A. Campbell English 122 Brumme — Campbell Anna Carper Director of Library Dr. Eugene P. Clemens Religion Philosophy Josephine Cohen Occupational Therapy d Hubert M. Custer Physics Uldis Daiga Modern Languages Carper — Daiga 123 Dr. Paul Dennis Psychology Dr. James Dively Biology 124 Dennis — Dolan J. Sue Dolan Business Dr. Darrell R. Douglas Music Dr. J. Thomas Dwyer English Dr. Mark C. Ebersole President Dr. Leonard Eiserer Psychology Dr. Delbert Ellsworth Psychology Douglas — Ellsworth 125 Martha A. Eppley Economics Hugh G. Evans Economics Martha A. Farver-Apgar Dir. of Personnel Robert B. Garrett Physical Education Mary Kay Gavin Occupational Therapy 126 Eppley — Gavin Randall D. Gentzler Controller George A. Gliptis Business Suzanne Goodling Modern Language Dr. John F. Harrison Music Dr. J. Robert Heckman Biology Gentzler — Heckman 127 Jack L. Hedrick Chemistry James R. Hilton Dir. of Career Dev. Dr. Frederic E. Hoffman Biology 128 Hedrick — Hoffman Dr. David A. lacono-Harris Social Work Yvonne E. Kauffman Physical Education Otis Kitchen Music -4. F. Kish Business Thomas J. Kingston Treasurer lacono-Harris — Kingston 129 John E. Koontz Math Donald E. Koontz Math Dr. Donald Kraybill Sociology Carroll L. Krelder Business Dr. J. Kenneth Krelder History 130 Koontz — Kreider Howard A. Kroesen Dir. of Computer Systems Ronald L. Laughlin Biology r ) R. Bruce Lehr Sociology Thomas R. Leap Computer Science Kroesen — Lehr 131 Dr. Robert C. Moore Communications Marlene Morgan Occupational Therapy 132 Libhart — Morgan Robert K. Morse Math Dr. Richard L. Mumford History Dr. Paul Petersen Occupational Therapy Dr. Rollin E. Pepper Biology Morse — Petersen 133 Dr. Frank Polanowski Biology L «■ Dr. Herbert Poole History Zoe Proctor Chemistry Dr. Raymond Reeder Chemistry Dr. William Puffenberger Religion Philosophy 134 Polanowski — Reeder Dr. D. Paul Rice Education Dr. Jobie E. Riley Communications Dr. Austin Ritterspach Religion Philosophy Dr. Andrew Sagar Psychology Rice — Sagar 135 Dr. Carmine Sarracino English Dr. Charles Schaeffer Chemistry Reba Sebelist Occupational Therapy Dr. Walter Shaw Dean of Student Affairs 136 Sarracino — Shaw Dr. Ronald Shubert Math Harry Simmers Music Armon Snowden Religion Philosophy Carole Simon Occupational Therapy Donald E. Smith Communications Shubert — Snowden 137 John StHes Music Dr. Stanley Sutphin Religion Philosophy Glenn Thompson Earth Science Barbara Tulley Computer Science 138 Stites — Tulley ■ ; X Dr. Beta Vassadv History Samuel C. Weaver Business Dr. Thomas Winpennv History 1211 JC Dr. Robert E. Ziegler Education Vassady — Zugarek 139 Clubs Step 1985 Row 1: Margaret Lorenzen (music director), Michele Fisher, Darcy Collen, Robin Bittenbender (co-director), Jerry Schadel (co-director), Kris Johnson, Bev Da- vis, Diane McCartney, Danielle King, MaryEllen Clark, Monica Felix. Row 2: Gina Mastro, Kathy Ricci, Pam Mongelli, Cathy Saunders, Amy Karaffa, Susan Cupit (Choreography director), Karen Freed, Karen Klingman, Lori Myers, Beth Hummel, Bonnie Youngblood, Carol Mead. Row 3: Randi Baldwin, Nancy Evans, Beth DeMattia, Natalie Birrell, Arlynn Polsky, Lisa Willitts, Patty Tisdale, Debbie Derr, Deb Rider, Angie Metz, Aimee Vanisko, Sue Spangler, Lisa Carter, Sharon Burger. Laurie Jacoby. Row 4: Carolyn Boshart, Dawn Kinney, Jodi Fritz, Jodi Weigel, Joe Fisher, Michelle Regn, Cindy Erisman, Ginny Elwell, Kathy Youse, Nancy Shroeck, Carol Sutcliffe, Jen Christ, Heidi Hackenberger, Sue Bacon, Lisa Schultz. Missing: Laura McGovern. Concert Choir Row 1: Lori Whi- tacre, Jackie Carson, Angie Fogle, Carolyn Boshart, Eileen Mclntyre, Ann Dietz, Leslie Levison (hidden). Sue Bacon, Tina Stricher, Melissa Lambert, Claudine Crooks, Cindy Paulus. Row 3: Lynda Swan, Char- lotte Yoder, Ann Alander, Kim Miller, Delia Dibert (hidden), Christine Moyer, Karen Kaechele, Nancy Wel- lons. Row 3: Paul Hockenbury, Ken Myers, Dave Lewis, Kevin Bream, Dan Smith, Jerry Schadel. Row 4: Dale Forshey, Wally Kamens, Don Loser, Greg Cooney, Tim Sterner. Missing: Jacob Gerhard, Joe Korb, John Spangler. At piano: Nancy Ev- 142 Clubs Concert Band 1985 i isiiin raisi Choral Union Row 1: Christine Hutsko, Kristen Espenhorst, Gina Mastro, Sarita Teventhia, Lori Johnson, Lisa Willitts, Sue Leadbeater, Kathleen Meade, Elizabeth Arasteh, Kim Schropp, Kristen Schummen, Kristal Miller. Row 2: Michelle Trout, Kim Mazenko, Jan Schwartz, Renee Adams, Kristin Fink, Carolyn Kern, Betsy Hoffman, Karen Crum, Jenny Kline, Nicole Kemprecos. Row 3: Karen Lupyak, Nanci Schroeck, Kristin Holmes, Jenny Rowland, Sue Spangler. Dawn Sprance. Row 4: Kathy Brubaker, Sue Faatz, Denise Kutz, Lisa Bonn, April Frusher, Cynthia Deck, Kathy May, Laurie Jacoby, Mardette Cross. Missing: Mary Blaze, Kathy Gillman, Hei- di Hackenburger. Rose Schick. Clubs 143 Biology Club Row 1: Chris Wright. Richard Williamson. Dave German. Charlie Crumley. Row 2: The Spirit of Dr. Polan- owski, Lee Ann Van Houten, Lau- ra Mertikas, The Spirit of Bill Monteith. Tom Edgely. Row 3: Lisa Willing. Chuck Langham, Cheryl Peterman, Pam Vnenchak (Pres.). David Richard (Pres.), Cathy Saunders. Accounting Finance Club Row 1: Karen Duffie, Joan Weaver, Judy Anderson (Treas.), Anne Foerster (Public Relations). Row2: Rick McAllister, Sonia Walwyn, Sue Pretto, Dan Garner, Kevin Wilkie (V.P.), Dr. Trostle (Advisor). Row 3: Jody Seibert, John Cromer, Stephanie Thomas, Carl LaMastra, Rich Shuman, Ray Bendas (Sec.; Lisa Keane (Pres.), Jim McCurdy (Finance Rep.). 144 Clubs Occupational Therapy Club Row 1: Nancy Wellons. Row 2: Terri Lunz, Michelle Otley, Becky Engle, Angie Fogle, Debbie Rider (Senior Co-chair), Chris Achen- bach. Dawn Eaby. Row 3: An- drea Lindner, Kathy Lardear, Sue Zweig, Lynne Singer, Colleen Mattimore, Tina Strieker (Soph. Rep), Kay Ann Heltzel (Jr. Co- chair). Row 4: Grace Kim, Maria Pantano, Cynthia Lyons (Treas.). Christine Moyer, Deb Derr, Kris Biagi, Dina Werkley, Tracey Young, Chris Zielinski. Row 5: Joy Pepmeir, Marci Lebowitz, Denise Waller, Aimee Vanisko (Fundraising Chair), Lisa Dauen- heimer (Sec), Pam Millan. Circle K Club Row 1 : Mary Jean Barnes (Treas). Row 2: Kathy Lardear (VP), Janet Lamborn, Rose Montague, Trish Wohlrab, Deb Short. Row 3: Angela Riggleman (Sec), Andy Gulati (Pres.), Diane Miller, Eric Siler, Kitty Martin, Casey Hall, Dave Delzingaro (Kiwanis Advisor). Row 4: Kevin Bream, Keith Gunn, Paul Eyler, Joe Ban- ner, Lynn Wolf. Cathy Bornmann, Sheryl Riggleman. Missing: Elaine Alba, Genie Atkins, Jeff Boyle, Colleen Cameron, Wendy Cazort, Amy Dreyer, Jodi Eyer, April Frusher, Leigh Hartman, Allen Kemp, John Laird, Tim McCormick, Joy McBeth, Pam Mongelli, Beth Sukarochana, Lisa Trimmer, Pete Witycyak. Clubs 145 Society of Collegiate Journalists Diane Dillon, Mary Jean Barnes, Susan Cupit (Pres.), Betsy Bender, Joanne Reeser (Sec), David Parry (Treas.). Missing: Stephanie Schuler, Linda Brecht. Volunteer Club Row 1: Mary Blazes, Cathy Saunders, Pam Mehring, Denise Waller, Arlynn Polsky, Mary Alhage, Jodi Reiner, Donna Ackerman, Lisa Carter. Row 2: Lisa Ternary, Colleen Mattimore, Kristin Biagi, Lisa Dauenheimer, Tina Strieker, Becky Dalley, Gwen Holmstrom, Gwenda Wagner. Education Club Row 1: Mary McMahon, Deb Mat- zelle, Laurie Jacoby, Ruth Moyer. Ron ' 2: Lisa Pagan- elli, Tricia Costa, Robyn Zenger, Michelle Szymkowiak. Gwenda Wag- ner, Lori Johnson, Kristen Fink, Lynda Stone, Kim Hay- den. Row 3: Claudette Har- man, Diane Hadley, Susan Follert, Cathy Cheeks, Eliza- beth Wagner, Bev Reeves. Jennifer Klein. Missing: Dr. Rice (Advisor). 146 Clubs Campus Fellowship Row 1: Ross Cleveland, Kendra Yinger, Sherri Gernert, Susan Zweig, Judy Judd, Kay Heltzel. Delia Dibert. Row 2: Dan Smith, Celeste Crawford, Debbie Waltermire, Gwen Holmstrom, Angie Fogle, Jenny Winters, Tracy Young. Row 3: Tim Ferguson, T. Sereta, Joy Pepmeier, Karen Kinzie, Beth Boyer. Lisa Dauenheimer, Tanja Kyle, John Faulkner Row 4: Norman Yeater, Rich Shuman, Valerie Pecha, Kim Page, Janice Vick, Kevin Bream, Colleen Row 5: Michael Shogi. Paul Eyler, Scott Brooks, Steve Polonus. Missing: Shelly Woodbury, Carolyn Kern, Amy Dreyer, Tina Strieker, Scott Wenger, Carolyn Boshart, Susan Spangler. IV. . C. . Elanie Chud- novsky. Susan Cupit, Bet- sy Bender, Joanne Reeser, Marsha Tavares. ECU E-town Cheerleaders Row 1: Hallie Harold, Terri Nellans, Tina DeLo, Diane Dillon, Bonnie Wieder. Row 2: Michelle Dalton, Julie McDer- mott. Clubs 147 Newman Club Fa- ther Salvatore Zan- gari, Sharon Burger, Keith Gunn, Joe Kos- tico, Lisa Carter, Dan- ielle LeHiere, Bill Mill- er, Joe Ferko, Kathy Lardear, Chris Zie- lenski. 8.Q Outdoor Club Row 1: Cindy Erisman, Tim Sharpe, Jill Abood, Craig Terpstra, Linda Ball, Jeff Allen. Row 2: Chris Achenbach, Sharon Burger, Amy Karaffa, Cathy Saunders, Ellen O ' Connell. Row 3: Kathy Storm, Kim Reigel, Lisa Dauenheimer, Kathy Buchan. Missing: Pam Millan, Rich Wil- liamson, Chris Wright. Computer Science Club Row 1: Kristel Miller (Pres.), Carol Kimley, Kristin Gusky, Sharon Tshup. Row 2: Jill Abood (Sec), Rose Nissley, Glenda Smith, Pam Kron- inger. Row 3: Jeff Jacoby, Eric Miller (Treas), Tanya Kyle. Martial Arts Club Row 1: Glenn Catarious, Heather Brubaker, Jim Chianese (Pres). Row 2: Tara Austin, Carl Peters, Doug Calandra, Mark Ellwood, Chris Bove. 148 Clubs MENC Row 1: Tim Sterner. Randi Baldwin. Carolyn Boshart. Row 2: Eileen Mclntyre, Margaret Lorenzen. Nancy Evans, Gina Mastro, Mike Benner, Jenny Winters. Row 3: Ann Alandar. Kim Schropp, Lisa Willitts, Pam Blake, Dawn Sprance, Sarita Tevethia, Suzanne Clark, Dave Myers. Row 4: Kathleen Meade. Lori Whitacre, Ka- ren Crum, Melissa Lambert. Kathy Grant, Kim Rubin, Janet Clark, Dr. Darrell Douglas, Karen Klingman. Jazz Band 1985 i Alpha Mu Club Row 1: Carolyn Boshart. Lisa Willitts, Gina Mastro, Tim Sterner, Margaret Lorenzen, Sarita Tevethia, Lori Whitacre. Row 2: Kathleen Meade (Pres.), Janet Clark, Melissa Lambert, Jenny Winters, Karen Crum (Vice-Pres.), Dawn Sprance (Treas). Kim Rubin, Karen Klingman. Missing: April Frusher, Sylvia Moot, Cindy Sagolla, Nancy Schroeck, Kim Schropp, Lynda Swan, Charlotte Yoder (Sec). Clubs 149 Campus Gold Row 1: Kim Page, Denise Stark, Joan Everett. Row 2: Tracey Young, Lisa Tren- ery. Alpha Lambda Delta Row 1: Deneen Focht Lori Myers, Melinda Rid er, Mary Jean Barnes Row 2: Cindy Pichelman Kristin Gusky (V-Pres.) Karen McKee (Pres.) Kathy Lardear. Row 3 Joe Korb, Todd Rode baugh, Dave Ellis Heather Connor. Miss ing: Sherilyn Adie, Eric Al bright, Jennifer Benkert Beth Buck, John Cooper Karen Davis, Rebecca Deery (Hist.), Melodee Dixon, Hall ie Harold, Gwen Holstrom, Eva May, Carol Pagano. Kristie Pat- ten, Dave Robinson (Sec. Treas.), Cathy Saunders, Tina Strieker, Lee Van Houten, Joel Waite, Re- becca Weaver. Etizabethtown College Re- publican Club Row 1: Carolyn Boshart, James Campi, Mark Myers, Sue Spangler, David Mas- tita. Row 2: Michael Tshudy (Chairman), Richard Souders, Karl Peters, Richard McAllistei, David Klinger, Barry Eaton, Ed Hendrick, Lisa Broadbent. 150 Clubs Society for the Advancement of Management Row 1: Anne Foerster (Sec), Sue Good(Treas.), Cindy Bowers (Pres.), Diane Dillon, Carl LaMastra. Rou 2:Dan Koh- ler, Sue Pretto, Lisa Deane, Stacey Fox (V-Pres), Kathleen Kealy, Kathy Oakes (Public Relations), Hallie Harold, Angela Metz, Rich Shuman, John McDonnell, Row 3: Scott Crossan, Mark Speitel, Keith Hall, Prof. Don Muston (Advisor), Scott Sweren, Dave Klinger. Activities Planning Board Executive Committee Row I: Cindy Bowers (Treas.), Judy G utshall (Sec). Row 2: Connie Rodger (Publicity Chairman), Karen MacNeel (Special Events Chairman), Craig Terpstra (Technical Chairman). Row 3: Jerry McHale (Dance Chairman), David Germann (Movie Chairman), Charlie Ebersole (Pres.), Michael Fuhr (V-Pres.). Clubs 151 History Club David Brubaker, Rich Gregory, Betsy Bender, Jeff Boyle, Ron Orlando. WWEC Board Row 1: Joanne Reeser, Betsy Bender, Heather Gour- lie. Row 2: Dennine Weissert, David Parry, Kim Lease. Row 3: Rob Christ. 152 Clubs • rf fa ¥ ' JUS it W -.. Spy n . JrlE. ▼ v »-» Z.1 ■ v jBb ! jy ♦ i r «fcv , R- - " i Scuba C ub Row 1: Bill Vanderwerff, Brian Lengel. Sean Hennessy, Devora Lebish, Julie Bonn. Row 2: Claudette Harman, Bob and Doug McKenzie. Missing: Kelly Hayes (Treas.), Ed Seeger, Sue Pretto (Sec), Chip Snyder, Mike Hess, Dave Corrigan, Eric Reber, Chris Wright. Student Affiliates of the Ameri- can Chemical Society Row 1: J Albanese (Pres.), K. Wrona (Sec), S VanStreet (Treas), D. Smith (V Pres.) Row 2: J. Riley, C. Teitelman T. Nellans. L. Peiffer. T. Abbott, L Myers, Dr. C. D. Schaeffer (Advisor) K. Baltz. Row 3: J. Snader, J. Fores man, C. Crumling, D. Gingrich, E. Al bright, T. Berwager, C. Engle. Miss ing: C. Bartashaus, T. Bowman, J Carson, D. Krieder, K. Miller, S Page. J. Nave, C. Peterman. Green Eggs and Sam Clubs 153 Conestogan 1985 Terri Hoffman — Secretary Conestogan Staff Row 1: Kathy Stadler. Row 2: Bridget Rommal, Cindy Erisman, Judy Corona, Annette Davis, Bill Mack, Russ Murray. Row 3: Cindy Kluge, Linda Ball, Kendra Yinger, Ann Burnette, Betsy Bender, Beth Strang, Jody Reiner, Jen Corchiolo. Row 4: Chris Keller, Diane Dillon, Rob Christ, Kim Reigel. Missing: Tim Wallis. As 1 look back over all the hours of hard work that has gone into this book, 1 am proud of the progress we have made. I stepped into this position not knowing all the ins and outs of a college yearbook production. With the help of Mr. Baylor, Terri Hoffman, Mike Barb Gilroy and every staff member, I was able to get things rolling, slowly but surely. I also must thank Dr. Eugene Clemens and Dave Newcomer for their excellent photographic contributions. The theme of Conestogan 1985 is a subtle one. It is expressed through the beautiful pictures of Elizabethtown College ' s people and places. These are two very important pieces of life here at E-town. At times, a subtle reminder is all one needs to be thankful. To everyone involved in the creation of this memory, what a great job! I ' ll be looking for you next year! Kathy Stadler Editor-in-Chief 154 Conestoga 1985 1985 Staff Editors Kathy Stadler Bill Mack Tim Wallis Annette Davis Linda Ball Denise Beattie Cindy Kluge Bridget Rommal Cindy Erisman Karen Wolff Judy Corona Jen Corchiolo Kendra Yinger Editor-in-Chief Co-Photography Co-Photography Copy Co-Activities Co-Activities Co-Underclassmen Co-Underclassmen Co-Seniors Co-Seniors Co-Special Events Co-Special Events Business Manager Contributing Staff: Jim Bosma, Bill Longacre,| Rico Mastrota, Michelle Rubel, Felicia Sweeney, Marsha Tavares, Kim Bazzoli, Pam Millan, Russ Murray, Ann Burnette, Betsy Bender, Jody Reiner, Kim Reigel, Diane Dillon, Rob Christ. (etownian The 1984-85 Staff Michael Fuhr Editor-in-Chief Amy Benner Layout Editor John O ' Brien Photo Co-Editor Jen Lachnicht Photo Co-Editor Jack Schlottman Sports Editor Brian Cassel Opinions Editor Annette Davis Feature Editor Kathy Youse Advertising Mgr. Carl LaMastra Circulation Mgr. Karen McKee News Editor Rich Shuman Business Mgr. This year ' s ETOWNIAN has come a long way! Organization and planning has helped to produce an 8 page weekly. And through student volunteers, the paper is completely laid out and de- signed in the office. Advertising and story coverage has im- proved through better communication. All photographic procedures are per- formed in our own dark room. m s Pre-Health Profes- sions Row 1: Lisa Cian- ciulli, Patty Johnson, Pam Kroninger. Row 2: Lisa Hoffman, Amy Karraffa, Mary Ellen Clark, Kim Riegel, Cathy Saunders. Row 3: Charlie Crumling, Chuck Langham, Joy Nave, Karen Lupyak. Missing: Karen Wrona, Laura McEachern. Commuter Council: Sharon Tushup, Mike Hahn, Dave Newcomer, Randy Garner. Training Room Staff: Row 1: Karen Kinzie, Joyce Crawford. Row 2: Coach Whitmore, Chris Shouldice. 156 Clubs Class Officers Junior Class Officers: Nancy Cottrell, Mark Shade, Linda Brecht, Lisa Gafgen 158 Sports h 1 :. Varsity Soccer Row 1: Chris Cook, Greg Davis, Don Haughton, Rich Gallagher, Shannon Perry, Wonil Kwon, Duane Snavely, Doug Peters. Row 2: Tim Moyer, Mike Pratzner, Pete Lengle, Rich Duffey, Blaise Santangelo, Brian Diezel, Steve Williamson, Todd Wenger, Lyndon Engle. Row 3: Coach Skip Roderick, Scott Mc Naney, Dave Jones, Rob McMurtrie, Brad Brubaker, Asst. Coach Nick Broujos. VARSITY SOCCER EC West Chester 1 Opp 2 Stevens Tech. Salisbury State Delaware 2 1 2 Juniata 6 Gettysburg Glassburo Phila. Textile Haverford 3 n 1 3 3 F M 2 Dickinson 5 Kutztown 3 Scranton 1 Wilkes 5 Trenton Susquehanna Wm. Paterson 2 2 2 1 Albright Lycoming Messiah 9 4 3 1 Scranton Bucknell cance 1 lied Kean Record: 14-5-4 3 160 Soccer The Blue Jays concluded another fine season with a record of 14-5-4. The year was highlighted by a new record for shutouts (13) and the naming of E-town ' s Shannon Perry to the Ail- American Third Team. Honors were also given to Perry, Doug Peters, and Duane Snavely for First Team MAC. David Jones and Mike Pratzner were also named for Second Team MAC. In the Tri-State region. Perry earned first team status, Peters earned second team, and Jones and Snavely earned honorable mention. Most Valuable Player for the Jays (voted by the team) went to Tim Moyer. With the return of the majority of the varsity team, fine JV performances, and talented freshmen recruits, the Jays look to next season with high hopes. 1985 could be the year E-town regains its title as MAC champs! Soccer 161 JV Soccer Jayvee Soccer Row I:ToddConyers, Ken Link, Roger Dunkelberger, Steve Schroth, Todd Wenger. Row 2: Dan Smith, Jeff Sori, Rich Gallagher, Brian Diezel, Will Ma- latesta, Ron DeBrigida, Dominic Veraldi, Ed Pfeiffer. Row 3: Tom Haughton, Joe Costigan, Ed Gorecki, Sean MacKenzie, Doug Calandra, Chuck Cornell, Rick Duffey, Chris Bove. 162 Soccer Alumni 3 Delaware 1 Millersville 3 1 Gettysburg 1 Susquehanna 3 F M 4 Dickinson 3 Scranton 1 2 Messiah 8 Susquehanna 6 Montgomery Co. 3 3 PSU — Capitol 8 1 Record: 9-2-0 Soccer 163 Scranton 2 Muhlenberg 2 Wilkes 3 Shippensburg 1 3 F M 3 Messiah 3 York 2 Dickinson 3 1 York 3 Washington 2 9 Ursinus 2 Eastern 2 Cabrini 2 1 Swarthmore 2 Susquehanna 2 W. Maryland 1 3 Penn St. York 3 1 Gettysburg 3 Allentown 2 Moravian 2 1 Juniata 3 William Paterson 2 1 Millersville 2 E. Stroudsburg 1 2 S. Connect. 2 1 Albright 3 Susquehanna 1 3 Juniata 2 Pitt. Johnstown 2 King ' s 2 W. Maryland 1 2 Allegheny 2 Juniata 2 Rosemont 2 Stockton 2 Cecil Comm. Col. 2 W. Maryland 2 Kings 2 Messiah 2 Moravian 2 1 Juniata 2 Record: 25-14 Volleyball Row 1: Leslie Shaw, Cathy Lees, Heidi Hackenberger. Row 2: Asst. Coach Robert Garrett, Lisa Broadbent, Capt. Ellen Hoffman, Joann Rentz, Maria Gilmore, Jill Bowser, Mgr. Bob Hedrick. Row 3: Coach William Helm, Kathy Neyer, Colleen Simpson, Tracy Crawford, Kristin Holmes, Lisa Paganelli, Nancy Scaff, Shari Hartman, Statistician Joe Rodella. For the third straight year, the women ' s vol- leyball team captured third place in the MAC playoffs. The 1984 season ended with a 25-14 record. Junior Joann Rentz was selected as a member of the Northwest Division All-Star Team for her outstanding performance this sea- son. With five of six starters returning and a strong bench to rely upon, next year ' s season looks exciting and promising. 164 Volleyball Volleyball 165 Field Hockey Varsity Field Hockey Row 1: Ann Burnette, Co-Captains Carol Murray and Kamille Kassees, Bonnie Bair, Sherie Adie. Row 2: Coach Leanne Mc Falls, Tammy Shelton, Lisa Connelly, Sharlene Schomber, Becky Witmer, Donna Ackerman, Kathleen McKenna, Laura West Phyllis Shope, Asst. Coach Sue Reich. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY EC Opp Millersville Wilkes 3 Messiah 1 E. Stroudsburg 2 Widener 5 Shippensburg 2 1 Sweet Briar 6 Indiana U of Pa. 4 1 Salisbury State 1 2 Dickinson 4 1 Scranton 4 3 I . t - i Jb- Record: 15-4-2 166 Field Hockey After starting the season on a different foot, the Jaygals finished their season with a 15-4-2 overall record. After winning their Southern MAC Division of the Southeastern league, they advanced to the MAC finals against Messiah, the Northern champs, and finished second. MAC all-stars were Kamille Kassees, Phyllis Shope, and Bonnie Bair. Re- ceiving a bid to Nationals, the girls hosted the first round against Salisbury State. Taking it down to the wire, the Jaygals lost 2-1 with seconds remaining. Bonnie Bair and co- captain Kamille Kassees were leading scorers with 14 goals and 2 assists and 1 1 goals and 8 assists, respectively. Senior co-captains and four year varsity starters Kamille Kassees and Carol Murray will be lost to graduation along with Lisa Connelly and Phyllis Shope. JV FIELD HOCKEY EC Opp Millersville 1 1 Wilkes 3 Messiah 3 1 Scranton 1 1 York 4 Albright 3 Record: 4-0-2 JV Field Hockey Row 1: Tory Weinhold, Laura Mc- Govern. Kathleen Casey. Rote 2: Joan Korb, Chris Kel- ly. Michele Fisher, Mary Ellen Clark, Coach Reich. rield Hockey 167 Cross Country The Elizabethtown College Cross Country team had a very promising season this year. The men ' s team improved last year ' s record of 1-16-1 to an overall record of 7-14 this year. The women ' s team closed out their run- ning schedule with a record of 5-17. The Jays were led by senior, course record holder, Frances Carleton. Frances clocked an in- credible 25:36 time for five miles on the Eliza- bethtown course and finished sixteenth at the MAC championship meet. For the coming year, the team is looking to improve through strong freshmen prospects and has set a modest goal of winning half of their meets. Cross Country Row 1 : Mgr. Jackie Carson, Kristie Patten, Mike Gibbons, Katy Brown, Betsy Douglas. Row 2: Frances Carleton, Pat Kane. Aimee Vanisko, Sue Patton, Tina Chorba, Sue Smith, Coach Suzette Desjardin. Row 3: Brian Moyer. John Telencio, Brad Sattin, Bill Bender, Stephan Dahl. CROSS COUNTRY MEN ' S WOMEN ' S EC Opp. EC Opp. Wilkes cancelled King ' s cancelled Susquehanna 45 18 DNR Scranton 40 21 DNR Muhlenberg 17 40 DNR Albright 41 20 50 Juniata 27 30 50 PSU-Capitol cancelled Dickinson 37 24 42 17 Bible Baptist 97 52 15 50 Alvernia 15 50 15 50 King ' s 97 44 19 30 Lebanon Valley 34 20 19 37 Swarthmore 47 16 DNR W. Maryland 38 24 30 25 PSU-Capitol 21 24 DNR York 34 24 DNR Messiah 34 21 44 15 Dickinson 43 20 41 17 MAC MEET 435 pts . 17th 24 301 pts. 13th 18 Cabrini 44 37 DNR Misericordia 15 50 15 50 Phila. Bible 97 179 DNR Scranton DNR 38 17 F M 35 24 DNR Record: 7-14 Record: 5-17 168 Cross Country Swimming The Men ' s and Women ' s Swim team showed strong efforts in individual performances although the team ' s overall record did not show an outstanding accomplishment. The men finished the sea- son with a record of 1-14 and the women 3-9. With dedication, personal improvement, and unity, the team members set various school records and personal best times. New records were set by Carol Brecht, Jenni Lachnicht, Sue Patton in the 100 yd. butterfly and Karen Steiner in the 200 yd. medley relay and 50 yd. frees- tyle. Dave Parry placed fourth in one meter and three meter diving at MACs. He also qualified for diving nationals for the second year in a row. The team acquired new swimmers this year and only three seniors graduated so the team shows a positive and strong outlook for the next year. Men ' s Swimming Jim Bosma. Chuck McDanolds, Steve Swenson, Co-Capt. Bill Bender, Bill Vanderwerff, Tom Pifer. Brad Sattin. Maurice Mason, Chris Baldrige. Missing: Dave Parry. Swimming 169 L l ▼ r T T T aa. Gft nttp 3 OE(P 5 Women ' s Swimming Karen Wolff, Carol Brecht, An- nette Davis, Robin Idler, Jenni Lachnicht, Karen Sterner, Joan Storm, Jackie Carson, Sue Patton. 170 Swimming MEN ' S SWIMMING EC Opp. Lycoming 45 56 WOMEN ' S SWIMMING W. Maryland 35 67 EC Opp West Chester 23 85 Lycoming 40 63 Shepherd 18 79 W. Maryland 58 40 Susquehanna 22 77 West Chester 39 74- King ' s 33 39 Shepherd 23 76 Kutztown 33 67 Susquehanna 37 62 Swarthmore 25 88 Kutztown 55 18 King ' s 43 61 Ursinus 42 56 Ursinus 22 47 York 43 68 York 44 56 Juniata 64 34 Juniata 60 30 Loyola 48 52 Loyola 39 51 Dickinson 24 87 Dickinson 13 94 Millersville 63 75 Widener 24 77 MAC MEET 11th p . 32 pts. MAC MEET 10th pi. 28 pts. Record: 3-9 Record: 1-14 ■ p 172 Men ' s Basketball Men ' s Basketball Basketball Seated: Tom Gaines, Tri-Capt. Steve Swope, Tri-Capt. Nate Webber, Damian Burnside, Tri-Capt. Jeff Null. Standing: Coach Don Smith, Todd Wenger, Kyle Yost, Steve Polonus, Scott Travor, Jim Yohn, Gregg Rodgers, Pete Christ, Dave Jones, Asst. Coach Dan Reitmeyer. MEN ' S BASKETBALL EC Opp F M 65 59 Millersville 58 74 York 74 67 Haverford 73 39 Juniata 60 54 Delaware Val 97 65 Albright 68 39 Susquehanna 72 73 F M 78 56 Gettysburg 74 91 Dickinson 46 61 Lycoming 61 71 Wilkes 76 69 Albright 64 56 Susquehanna 49 48 Messiah 49 44 Juniata 55 45 FDU-Madison 67 66 Lebanon Valley 96 63 Drew 78 65 Scranton 68 78 King ' s 63 64 Messiah 71 62 Lycoming 51 56 Scranton 52 Record: 16-9 69 The 1984-85 Men ' s Basketball team had one of its best seasons by finishing with a 16-9 record. They made it to the playoffs before losing to Scranton in the semifinals. Steve Swope, Damian Burnside, Nate Webber, and Tom Gaines were the driving force of the Blue Jay squad. Steve Swope was voted to the All-MAC first team. Damian Burnside finished his E-town career with 820 points. Nate Webber led the MAC in field goal percentage and Tom Gaines turned on the crowd with his slam dunks. The outlook for next season looks bright. With four starters returning, the Jays are expected to better their 16- 9 record. Men ' s Basketball 173 174 Men ' s Basketball Men ' s Basketball 175 Women ' s Basketball Basketball Row 1: Co-capts. Mona Steinhauer and Lisa Willing. Row 2: Cheryl Rodrian, Gabby Hull, Michelle Swantner, Jane Meyer, Trina Geiser, Wendy Sills, Mascot Lee Polanowski. Row 3: Asst. Coach Robert Ziegler, Coach Yvonne Kauffman. Susan Pavlik, Denise Bortz, Mary Kubilus, Elaine Balaban, Mgr. Ann Melville, Statistician Dana Marin, Mgr. Amy Straub. 176 Women ' s Basketball WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL EC Opp Spring Garden 96 74 Trenton 64 41 Juniata 62 60 Kean 61 57 Messiah 84 56 Susquehanna 87 63 Immaculata 73 80 Moravian 106 57 Albright 96 38 Lycoming 90 51 Gettysburg 74 80 Wilkes 89 68 Dickinson 75 74 Susquehanna 60 63 Messiah 86 75 Juniata 60 85 Western Maryland 85 57 Widener 68 62 Pitt. -Johnstown 58 69 Scranton 57 67 Wilkes 104 74 F M 95 49 Lycoming 92 49 Scranton 52 Record: 17-7 84 Women ' s Basketball 177 178 Women ' s Basketball Women ' s Basketball 179 180 Women ' s Basketball v Women ' s Basketball 181 Men ' s Tennis Men ' s Tennis Coach Robert Garrett, Bill Longacre, Daryl Tunno, Bill Newill, Dave Cressman, Todd Falk, Glenn Johansen, Jacob Gerhard, Jeff Heintz, Brent George, Eric Patrick. l h Xf w x r V 3iyjmtfl». jrrn ft HnnmrH H P wr " — nSOT 1 W i ' . jV HSt " - " " GzJ- ; Shippensburg Ursinus Lycoming Albright Juniata York Phila. Textile Susquehanna Gettysburg Millersville Wilkes F M Dickinson MEN ' S TENNIS EC 2 3 2 3 2 8 7 2 3 8 5 3 Opp 7 6 7 6 7 1 2 7 6 9 1 4 6 Record: 4-9 182 Men ' s Tennis Women ' s Tennis Women ' s Tennis Row I: Betsy Bender, Jamie Smith, Brooke Blair, Row 2: Capt Tracey Thomas, Lee Ann Van Houten. Coach Bob Schott, Karen Nitzsche, Denise Bortz. Missing: Beth Kreider. WOMEN ' S TENNIS EC Opp Widener 7 2 York cancelled Juniata cancelled F M 9 Millersville cancelled Johns Hopkins cancelled Susquehanna 1 8 Lycoming 8 1 Dickinson 2 7 Gettysburg 2 7 Albright 8 1 Muhlenberg 5 4 W. Maryland 8 1 Bucknell 8 1 Johns Hopkins Record: 6-5 4 5 Women ' s Tennis 183 Baseball Baseball Row 1: Rob Christ, Co-capt. Herb Miller, Co-capt. Mike Nolt, Mike Childers, Tom Deardorff, Dan Morris. Row 2: Scott Witmer, Ray Brosius, Jeff Null, Denny Fish- er, Mark Rineman, Steve Roberto. Row 3: Gary Poffenberger, Mike Lapriola, Mike Gore, Mark Clark, Scott McNaney, Andy Cecala. Row 4: Tod Martin, Mel Spade, John O ' Brien, Todd Wenger, Asst. Coach Ned Smith. Row 5: Coach Roger E. Hall, Mgr. Greg Gaal, Statisticians Sue Patton and Lisa Willing, Mgr. Gino Goodrow. Inexperience was the key word in the vocabu- lary of the E-town Baseball Team this year. The Blue Jay squad had thirteen new faces and nine returning members. The young squad started out slow but came on strong at the end of the year to finish with a record of 19-15. The Blue and Gray proved to be a force to be reckoned with in the MAC Northwest as they finished tied for first place with Susquehanna, both 9-3. In the playoff game the Jays succumbed to Susque- hanna by the score of 9-1. The offense was headed by Mike Nolt (.408) and Steve Roberto (.380). Roberto also headed the Jays in almost every other offensive cata- gory. Other players with a good year at the plate were Mike Childers, Mark Clark, and Mike Gore. Co-captains, Herb Miller and Mike Nolt, headed this years pitching staff with Miller lead- ing the team in wins and ERA (7-1, 2.50). Nolt pitched into some tough luck but fought back to a 4-4 record and a solid 2.89 ERA. 184 Baseball BASEBALL EC Opp EC Opp The Citadel 1 8 Grand Valley 6 7 Bethel 2 Lincoln Mem. Univ. 1 7 Bethel 5 6 Grand Valley 3 11 Penn St.-Ogontz 8 Blackburn 6 Ursinus 2 3 Juniata 6 2 2 York 3 2 1 7 Alvernia 4 8 Muhlenberg Cancelled Shippensburg Cancelled F M 4 2 Wilkes 5 6 4 UMBC 2 3 2 8 Millersville 9 10 Albright 8 2 7 2 Scranton 8 7 13 ' 1 Susquehanna 7 6 4 Lebanon Valley 4 1 West Chester 10 13 Dickinson 3 2 1 Messiah 17 7 5 1 Penn St.-Delco 7 Mt. St. Mary ' s Record: 19-15 Cancelled Baseball 185 186 Baseball Baseball 187 Softball £$3fe 8N Softball Row 1: Sheri Adie, Gabby Hull, Ann Burnette. Row 2: Cheryl Charles, Roe Tamagni, Tammy Mc- Donald, Chris Keller, Tory Weinhold Row 3: Allison Weiss, Co-capt., Car- ol Willoughby, Co-capt., Melodee Dixon, Dana Marin. Row 4: Asst. Coach Skip Roderick, Dolora Chorba, Donna Jarrett, Kendra Dea- ven, Bonnie Bair, Wendy Sills. Coach Barbara Reuter. During their fifth season, the Jaygals fielded one of their youngest teams ever. With no senior members, the team began the year start- ing one junior, four sophomores and four freshmen. Being defending MAC Northwest champions was added pressure for the young team. The squad finished the year with it ' s second consecutive winning season at 13-11 overall and 3-5 in the MAC. Carol Willoughby led the team in runs scored (20) and stolen bases (12). Bonnie Bair was leader in the power department with 23 RBI ' s and 8 extra base hits. Defensively, Tammy McDonald (.990), Carol Willoughby (.961), and Kendra Deavan (.958) were team leaders. On the mound, freshman Tammy McDonald anchored the staff with a 9-4 record and a 1.73 ERA. Post-season honors came to two members: junior catcher and co- captain Carol Willoughby and sophomore shortstop Bonnie Bair were chosen as MAC all-stars. 188 Softball SOFTBALL EC Opp Western Maryland 6 5 Shippensburg 3 12 Shippensburg 4 16 Juniata 2 7 Juniata 4 10 York 8 3 York 9 F M 7 6 Wilkes 1 9 Wilkes 3 1 Scranton 1 4 Scranton 2 Susquehanna 1 3 Susquehanna 2 5 Lebanon Valley 2 Lebanon Valley 8 2 Messiah Messiah 8 Q 2 n Z u Albright 15 1 Millersville 14 2 Gettysburg 4 5 Gettysburg 3 13 Dickinson 6 2 Dickinson 5 Record: 13-11 Softball 189 Wrestling Wrestling Team: Dino Delviscio, Gene Penxa, Mike Biedronski, Ernie Gibble, Dave D ' Agostino, Troy Taylor, Elyse Braxton, Statistician, Coach Ober The Blue Jay grapplers had a very difficult and disappointing season, finishing the year with an 0-19 record. Despite their unfortunate re- cord and lack of team members, the wrestlers were high in spirit and dedication. Injuries side- lined several wrestlers throughout the season and hampered the efforts of team work. At the MACs, E-town was represented by two wres- tlers: Delviscio (134) and Kane (126). Both earned fourth place in their respective weight classes. Delviscio ended the season with a re- cord of 21-3, Kane was 9-5. Again, injuries pre- vented the two from vying for third place hon- ors, whereas each forfeited his match. Lets hope that next year the team members will get the respect and credit due them. Lets also hope that they get back on the winning track. 190 Wrestling Wrestling EC Opp. Gettysburg 17 33 Lafayette Tour. 8th Place Widener 15 42 Lebanon Valley 15 39 York 57 King ' s 6 39 Moravian 57 Albright 18 33 Delaware 3 52 Glassboro 6 47 Swarthmore 14 33 Millersville 57 Western Maryland 6 46 Susquehanna 9 48 Ursinus 3 54 Messiah 8 42 Juniata 9 48 Lycoming 6 53 Muhlenberg 18 41 Juniata 9 24 Record: 0-19 I Mb .- 7 r « Wrestling 191 Intramurals 192 Intramurals Intramurals 193 194 A Slice Of Life At E-town. 195 196 g £k L Special Events 197 198 A year of events Homecoming 1984 A Comedy of Terrors This year ' s Homecoming weekend, October 12-14, was packed with big names, big excitement, and big fun, as the theme, " A Comedy of Terrors, " suggests. The activities kicked off Friday afternoon with a talent show sponsored by the junior class, featuring E-Town ' s own " Sigma " and the showing of two terrifying movies starring Vincent Price. On Saturday Mr. Price leapt from the horror screen and made a guest appearance at Elizabethtown, presenting a 60-min- ute rip-roaring lecture entitled " The Villains Still Pursue Me. " Price " thrilled " the interested audience of 1700 with his Shakespearean recitations, subtle humor, and warm personality. Also on Saturday, the student midway was open for residents of the college and surrounding community to peruse the crafts displayed, enjoy the food and games, and help raise funds for various clubs and organizations. At halftime of the annual E-Town vs. Kutztown soccer game, which E-Town won, Senior elementary education major Marshelle Brozino was crowned 1984 Homecoming Queen. She was surrounded on the field by her court of eight of E-Town ' s finest and their escorts. To wind up the special events, a delicious and romantic dinner was served in Thompson Gymnasium. 3 n uE OX C, WELCOMES m m m w 200 A Comedy of Terrors " » " llllllll Wllltlllilll fiiiuiimii! li ' lllMllli: " ' " llBlllllllllllli A Comedy of Terrors 201 " aift " i . . C- FqMmA B 202 A Comedy of Terrors A Comedy of Terrors 203 204 A Comedy of Terrors A Comedy of Terrors 205 Halloween Bk „H H 1 M ■ w m m i w i 1 31 206 Halloween Halloween 207 Election Week On Monday, October 29, 1984, the Republican Club sponsored a trip to Millersville University. Mil- lersville was one of many stops on President Rea- gan ' s campaign trail. About 9000 people traveled to Millersville to attend the rally. Many of these were students from the surrounding colleges and universities. E-town was not excluded from this stately event. Approximately 50 students were ac- companied by Dr. W. Wesley Mc Donald. On Tues- day, October 30th, the Republican Club, Student Senate, and The Democratic Club sponsored a de- bate between the Republicans and the Democrats. The National Chairman of College Republicans, Jack Abramoff, and the National Chairman of Col- lege Democrats, Steve Girsky met in Gibble Audito- rium to debate topics concerning the upcoming Presidential election. Cultural Emphasis Week This year Elizabethtown ' s annual Cultural Em- phasis Week took place from October 29th to No- vember 2nd. It focused on the theme of War and Peace in Central America. A series of lectures and films marked the week, which concluded with a two day faculty student visit to Washington, DC. The trip included briefings on Central America at the State Department and the Organization of Ameri- can States. The program provided much insight and information about Central American issues to those who attended. MT Volleyball Marathon The Winning Team On the weekend of November 2-3, 1984, a group of 200 students played in a volleyball marathon to benefit CROP, an organization which tries to stop world hun- ger. CROP is the community hunger ap- peal of Church World Services. The event, held in Thompson Gymnasium, in- volved two divisions: a competitive divi- sion and a non-competitive division. Play started on Friday evening and continued through Saturday afternoon. Then the playoffs began. The annual event proved to be a huge success for all involved. Volleyball Marathon 209 Bus Stop Under the direction of Steve Shelly and Bob Miller, Elizabethtown College Theater and Al- pha Psi Omega presented Bus Stop by William Inge. The play opened November 7th in the Alumni Auditorium and was a great success. Students, friends, and faculty enjoyed perfor- mances by Linda Brecht as Elma Duckworth, a young waitress; Kristen Shuman as Grace Hoy- land, the restaurant owner; Don Rowe as Wi Mastus, the sheriff; and Sara Beth Ream as Cherie, a chanteuse. As the lights came up for the next act, the audience watched Glenn Scheyhing portray Dr. Gerald Tyman, a former professor; Ray Brosius as Carol, the bus driver; Rich Gonzalez as Virgil Blessing, a ranch hand and finally Pete Gialloreto as Bo Decker, a young rancher and cowboy. 210 Bus Stop Bus Stop 211 The Yule Bowl i 4 ' • il r • i 4 £1 . J A 212 Yule Bowl Founder ' s Philly Weekend Founder ' s Dorm Council sponsored a Phila- delphia Theme Weekend the weekend of March 8th to the 10th. Events included the showing of all three Rocky films, a " night-life " dance and a Philly style dinner in the cafeteria. The highlight of the weekend was a trip to Philadelphia on Sunday. Founders Philly Weekend 213 STEP: American Jukebox 214 American Jukebox The Student Team of Entertainers and Performers took their sell out audiences on a journey through time during this year ' s show " American Jukebox " . The cast and crew of about seventy-five students kept the audi- ence entertained by bringing to life some of the most popular songs from as early as the 1900 ' s to the 1980 ' s. Some of the highlights of the show included: Me and My Shadow by Carolyn Boshart and Bonnie Youngblood; Let ' s Call the Whole Thing Off by Sue Bacon and Joe Fisher; and an Andrews Sis- ter Medley by Randi Baldwin, Nancy Evans, and Gina Mastro. Student directors of this year ' s production were Robin Bittenbender and Jerry Schadel. Co-directors of choreog- raphy were Susan Cupit and Margaret Lor- enzen. American Jukebox 215 WWEC Theme Weekend 216 Ride The Wave Of The Eighties With the theme of " Ride The Wave Of The Eighties " , WWEC kicked off its theme weekend on February 22nd to the 25th. A Listener Appreciation Night was held at Brother ' s Pizza to start the weekend off right. Other activities included the second annual Dream Raffle, a break dance contest and a fantastic lip sync contest that was held in Schlosser Lounge. Throughout the weekend, WWEC held its first DJ Marathon with Mark Shade and Rob Christ. They were broadcasting for a straight 64 hours. Ride The Wave Of The Eighties 217 GREASE, " wah-wahed " it ' s way into the au- dience ' s hearts on March 30th through April 3rd. Each night was SOLD OUT as the cast exploded with energy inside the walls of the AA. GREASE is an agreeable musical about the very last moment in time when boys combed their hair into duck-tails, when cigarettes and wine were the makings of girl ' s pajama parties, and when hubcaps were thought of as objects worth snatching. " Boogy-woogy " and " shoo- bop sha wad-da wha " were still on tap as occa- sional obligato to the beginning urgencies of rock n roll. Jim Hale was Danny Zuko and Linda Brecht was Sandy Dumbrowski. The Burger Palace Boys consisted of Rich Gonzalez (Kenickie), Pete Gialloreto (Sonny), Don Bogut (Doody), and Tim Sterner (Roger). Their female counterparts, the Pink Ladies, were Judy Corona (Rizzo), Ingrid Gaither (Marty), Nancy Cottrell (Frenchy), and Leslie Levison (Jan). The supporting cast included: Jackie Frear, Alice Rossi, Michele Regn, Mark Shade, Aaron Payson, Chris Baldridge, and Greg Cooney. The Teen Angels were Sue Cupit, Sue Faatz, Tina Strieker, and Ann Alander. The play was directed by Steven E. Shelley and staged by Bob Miller. The music directors were Greg Cooney and Suzanne Clark and the dance director was Bobbie Jo McNeille. The stage managers were Susan Pickard and Jody Riley. GREASE 218 GREASE GREASE 219 Dance Marathon 1985 J " ! ' tW ' i ' X - 4 in ■r fc fetit - - . k m ■ ■ IIP ArUj rn i T 222-S J 3« " i -g ■9M§ 220 Dance Marathon Friends Thursday April 11th through Sunday April 14th the religious groups of Elizabethtown College presented the theme weekend of " Friends Are Friends Forever " . Thursday ' s activities included a Christian booktable in the BSC lounge as well as a slide presenta- tion of friends around campus. Friday began with HUG DAY as hugs were spread around campus by masked clowns, and it con- cluded with the showing of the movie " Brian ' s Song " . Saturday was filled with the spirit of brightly colored balloons and the words of Pastor Dave Martin from the Evangelical Free Church of Her- shey. This spirit continued on into the evening with a square dance and an all school dance in the Alumni Auditorium. A contempo- rary Christian concert was held on Sunday to bring the weekend to an end. Steve Taylor and Randy Sonehill sang to a capacity crowd in the Thompson Gym. Friends Are Friends Forever 221 Thank God It ' s Spring! HAVE AN ADVENTURE! 222 Adventure Adventure 223 224 Adventure 225 Jul, Hope, Lisa, 3N, Pam. Deb: SR YEAR was GREAT cuz of you guys — Good luck everyone!! Becky Tiger, THANX 4 ALL YOUR LOVE AND SUP- PORT. YOU ' RE GREAT! LOVE, BABY YO STEEN - Here ' s to my Better Half: I LOVE YOU! Coop KJ (CUB) DAUGHT 5 TO MY BEST FRIEND: ITS BEEN GREAT SO FAR. LET ' S KEEP IT UP! LOVE. DAD (BUSSI) 13 YO PENNSYLVANIA SPAGETTI COLUMBIA JOHN, BEST OF MEMORIES . . . MADE WITH YOU! I LOVE YOU, KAR. PS- PPBBLT! BADOOP?! SPRING MUDBALL GROUNDCREW ' 85: THIS Trish, you made it all seem special. Love, Tim Trace, you are so special. I am really gonna miss you! Thanks for the laughter, weezing, tears and LOVE. ROMANS 12:11-12. I LOVE YOU! — Jen CHRISTOPHER, THANKS FOR CARING - LOVE YOU LOTS! - LISA Andy, Thanx — honest! The slopes will never be the same. " Wedgie " DEXTER — I LOVE YOU! KISSY, KISSY! ROBI — CLASS DISMISSED! Bon, Steph, Denise, I LOVE YOU GUYS! Ahhh FROG IS SCREAMING! MY SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL MY BUDDIES ON 3 EAST (ESP THOSE L. SKINS AND GITS) RICK AND RICK, AND MY SUPER STAFF: STROKER, DI, KEANER, AND HBO. I ' M GONNA MISS YA! — WILBER To: Basement, Doug, Bruce, Katie, Lisa Peace, Love, Grateful Dead Coop HEY MAR! JAM ON IT! To my friends — May you remember Millard Fillmore and celebrate appropriately! — K.P. TO MY FAMILY THANKS FOR GIVING UP SO MUCH FOR ME. I LOVE YOU! BJD Hurray for the Yak Lovers of America! I hope I ' m here to read this! 226 Deb, Lisa, Judy, Terri, Gerry — THANKS for an excellent year!! — K.P. 135 1435 153 Tim, You ' re the Inspiration, Trish I STILL LOVE YOU!!! CF exec: LONG LIVE JEAN SHIPPMAN! HEY DOC DO YOU WORK AT AMP??? MARKY CHRIS ANDY Some day I ' ll score a goal that counts. Spiney Norman — The Cornfield — Nightmare in room 112. Jodi — October 27 C ' est la vie — All the great times — I love you forever plus a day!! Kimba. thanks again for the stromboli! Thanks for your friendship and all the long talks and spontaneous moods! Remember — pray constantly! I love you, Jen TO ALL OF THE MANY HOLME ' S TAKE IT EASY — JIM JONES USE THE LOVE AND STRENGTH THAT GOD HAS GIVEN TO YOU AND THE KNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE GAINED FROM THE PAST, NOW IN THE PRESENT, TO DO YOUR BEST TO BETTER THE FUTURE FOR YOUR- SELF AND ALL THOSE THAT SUR- ROUND YOU. JGF III UNCLE DANNY SALUTES ROYER THIS IS TO ALL OF THE P.A.S. ON A2 — FOUNDERS: COLLEEN, BARB, AND BONNIE. REMEMBER ALL OF THE MEALS WE SHARED. BONNIE ' S ICE CREAM CONE, THE CAFFIENE, THE WILD PARTIES, THE DEAD, PARSLEY. THE IRANIAN TROLL, " LAUGHS " . SAM AND NEW YEARS! KIM — I ' VE GOT A DISK. — KATHY AND SHARON — M — You ' re not only my roommate you ' re my best friend! ILY, J PETECHEX AND PETE- CHUX! HI LOVE FROM A2 THE 365 CLUB ... MY LIFE AS A CAM- ERA . . . WAHOOO . . . JUNGLE LOVE . . . WORKOUTS . . . STUDIES? . . . THANKS B-3 . . . HELLO 2-N, YOU ' RE THE BEST . . . WHAT A GREAT YEAR. LOVE BILL Dear Deb, You have made the years here at E-town the best. Love Glenn JEN. DEB, JUDY, AND WOMBAT - BEST OF LUCK!! GERRY, CHERYL 227 S.W.A.T. ME!!! JEFFY — MY BEST BUDDY — ILYVM INFINITY — PAM Ann — Camradc! It ' s been wonderful — I ' ll miss you! ILY, J CRAIG - THANKS FOR EVERY- THING — JONES SQUAIMCH ROG MUGSKATEERS WELL TURP, BOOB, MEL, AFTER 4 LONG ONES WE FINALLY MADE IT. CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK. 1 — NORTH PARTIES 1! RE- MEMBER GRAIN! EASE UP NOW! ZOOM PIGEON LET ' S HEAR IT FOR " THE BOYS " BEST OF LUCK MIKE F.H LOVE KRISTINE TINA I WILL NEVER FORGET DEAD AND BURIED, WENCEY, OR ESPECIALLY BOOBALA. I WILL MISS ROAD TRIPS, B-l, TAKING A BUCK OUT OF PETTY CASH AND CRIMSON KING. TO MY FRIENDS I LEAVE MY LOVE AND MEMORIES. BYE BYE MISS AMERI- CAN PIE . . . TWINY, I LOVE YOU! CARYN Thanks for memories, knowledge, friends. GOD BLESS! J - IF YOU CAN ' T BE YOURSELF, WHO CAN YOU BE? I LOVE YA — B MYER 3-WEST, THANKS! YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST! - D THANKS: TO A HARD WORKING STAFF. HOPEFULLY NEXT YEAR WILL BE EVEN BETTER! — KATHY MEB — THANKS FOR LISTENING!! LUV, TRICIA TO THE GUYS ON D-l CO: THANKS FOR ALL THE GOOD TIMES AND GREAT PARTIES. WE ' LL MISS YA! LUV. B-3 MAC and MUGS EABYD, THANKS FOR A REALLY GREAT YEAR. YOU ARE MORE THAN A ROOMMATE, YOU ARE MY FRIEND. I HOPE NEXT YEAR WILL BE EVEN BETTER! ILY, STADLERK Chris Baron HILLCREST! TRUST US TIM, WE WONT SAY A WORD. VIVE LA SANDINISTA! WAKE UP DEB! 228 (fr CONGRA TULA TIONS Class of 85 Compliments of the Jay ' s Nest fc %. For all your eye care needs! 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