Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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5 N I W N W N 4 Q ? FN W v I V W L 1 ,l 1969 Sunflower Kansas State Teachers College Emporia,Kansas Nancy Hall, Editor Cynthia Eisenhauer, Ass't Editor Robert Ecklund, Advisor 1 l Q ,Sv K I W 'W 5 - W vu ,1 Riff ,sm ,mul 'lsr i W .Msg 4' 1- ,ga W UL .Q .iw b .M .yur fw' W X I 2 t J . V R - x i .. ,An in My L . MV E E 5 , x X manga fi- if 4M Vx Quinn-..u . , J -....., I 1 I 1 5 '7 I Q'v?' 2 J .zum ,.,- , . . , . , w I i 9 5 5 X-. Ov iii! W X ,ng ,Ja wfw ,.a .vs -.R ,.., Mfg ,, Ulf' ' . x . .5 P H .Q- . 1- - 4x I3 A 7? A B .. ss, M . ,Q I I . r Q - ,yr u gi fo. ' ,fl I V Y .v "' 5 4 A 'U X", iq 1' "-,.- N155 1 5 gf! 'Ei S no i f X ai! I I it' ' w iff? an . I Q W-2, ,,, T! f ,f f I f 15 -',gg.,f- .,,,...f-0 my V -"3 .Q " W' ..,,h.....-.1-'MH X i if E 11, , .. 1 ,Q 5 . Q?" , 4, ,el .A ...-..-.. ii., ,Q .. . -.Hx-il v Q 'E ik Q95 F I, wr . ,4 , ,. , r wi 44' H- 1, ' 2-x '- g 4 ' f . 77' , 7 5 "sg-1: ff 41 5, -,gjg H- ..'q.z,.,v 4 , .,rS' xi ' .ll I .gr -i . 3 .,-, 1 - H- rf - - . 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V 9, . , l 1 ., if-wp 'W - ,A 1 V 'T' 1 ., . ff, A 1 rv ' ' .X f 1. ' " Y 1 ' - x' Qfw P M . xl' ' . . E, , - -'n i .. L Xgc,-'fi -T, . ".,'N -' v 5 - ,- - ,.,, A '. ' ,, W . 0.1, , i, L'-f7J4,,W4. X. , . w , g,.2,, A H Q-yi us ' ' V ' , A ',', ff L., I E, . ,, gh. ,w ' r , I I ,mi 1' 'U Q- y A, VA v ay uv 1 1 JFK ,Q r f Q1 x x I , , rf' A , .ffh f , yr, . '5 1, , 1 ' V- ff 3"' Af ' M 1 ! Endless Enrollment Lines and Campus Activities OpenAnothei' Year Agony is being the last one in the enrollment line. Contentmcnt is frm- 24 Enrollment was 'eThe New Monopoly Game" for the 7,062 students who re- turned to the Teachers College campus to begin another year. After passing 'QGo,,' getting those precious class cards, every- one settled down to relaxing and having fun before the onset of classes. UAC fed hungry students at an All School Picnic, and celebrated the end of the first week of classes with a mixer after the victorious football game on September 14. Blue Key presented their Freshman Talent Show on September 13. Craig Parker took first place for a vocal per- formance of "Man of La Mancha." TC sororities boasted 113 pledges, nearly half of the applicants, as the frats began Open Rush. The year began with a vigorous and tense air that promised an unusual year. Frustration is waiting in it lO mill- line just to find out thc class you want is closed. Students inobbed the Union Square for at dance after the first football game. fb- Ycs Mother, itls ALL girls! 26 fn .- w,,? if N A EA presents "All American Alphaf' Shall I join a frat and be a BMOC? Vocal Performance Wins Craig Parker Freshman Talent Honors Susie Lilliz was snccial entertainer at Talent Show. Craig Parker takes first . . . LaWanda Tull and Mike Brockman smile as they are given third and second place trophies. 27 i 5 T Q E 1 Clubs Attract New Members During Organization Night W ,, Cardinal Key,s Organization Night presented student organizations to an enthusiastic crowd of club-joiners. t The Great Tandem Bike Rally Annual UAC Event mu -W"-i'-1' College students gloatcd over thc '69s at a car show in the Union Square. V Emporia Merchants Give Students Downtown Night Student Night is fun, if you've got money, but was a dance for everyone. Drew Pearson Speaks on Politics VV ld-f' n us 'ournalist, Drew Pearson, arrived at the Teachers College for the first of the U.A.C. Confronta- or ai o 1 tion Series. During his address, Pearson discussed topics such as the Presidential race, Vietnam, and crime in the cities. 32 Student Body Elects Parents were guests of the students for a weekend that was highlighted hy an afternoon game. Parents Enjoy Rainy Weekend ,to My jf ... 35 UAC Presents " Fashion Fantasy " Emphasizing modern tastes, thc latest fashions wen Shown to both mcn and women students. 6 fgw ik' -'lv Q? ff' a 6 71 xx Xb v x ' f A K f Iwi! iw 4 , A Y, 5 3 i A - Q - Q. 5 I . f , ,i A . il , W5 fg D 1 t X . if , I P f.jb P H 4' 5 t r , ' I 2 1 X Pr e W ', "A'M ,W mg' gf Q ii , N Xa - Q 'Tl ' "" f-A 'N' ---W 2 ln ' I ,pf ' A M X I wa Lv, Brainstorming sessions prevailed over the Xi Phi Leadership Retreat. Student representatives, administrators, and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Regents discussed and stimulated thc need for action to resolve student dissatisfaction and problems. S Q U 5 Q x E h Problems Discussed At Xi Phi Retreat 38 Pearl Buck, WAW Award l Winner On Pearl Buck talked about her experiences to a large crowd of Tcaclwrs College students. Beverly Cleary, author of the William Allen White book aW21Td, HTIIC Mouse illld U10 M0f0fCYCl0,v WHS Surrounded by a group of youngsters waiting her autograph. 39 Skits Introduce Queen Candidates At Homecoming Previews in MRH and AT's cntet d tl t d thclr Queen candd ate 40 f N Q ,A D1 if J f jf , K ' '41, K 4 'O Jan Murphy Wears Crown As 196 8's Homecoming Queen 1 M, , JE Thu prcss box sl11'liv1'c'rl llw L'I'OXYllillQ c-c-1'm11u11ics dl1I'iIU.fl whiclm jan Xlurplmy iook lwigln-st honors as Nliss Foggy Pvdagog. 'VIII' five girls that wort- fiualisis in Hu- Nliss Pvggy Vcdzlgog 1-olilvst for 15168 IIO1IlCL'UllHiHQI, wvrv Zaudra Sl2ll1lC'f'. spun sorcd by Beta Sigma Tang Kara-11 Easlvr, spollsorvd by l'z1x1l14'N1'11iL- czillllllxill Xlargic Shaw, SDUIISUITJ by Nl1l'tl1l'1lNl ' J Hallg Susan Carey, sponsorc-cl by Sigma Sigma Sigmag and -lan Xlurplmy. sponsored by lhi Kappa Tau. . . 4 -MQ W 5 wt .JR dszgksjlg-33 ia? wa. fog, ww., 42 v Y NWC' - g ,. L . 4 " ' Q f'is"f' 3 "' is 'X ,xi 1 ,ax 5 wr A iv Q Homecoming 44 BALL AND 00 CERT STARRING 'ki' 'ki' CIVIC .XUDITORIUM Nmvlxmhrx' 1, MAH 'qu p, xn. 'I I. uuN,lM'lxNIK.lL1xUHu1' , --M1 'M A 5: gg Nm-sxmikm. sg-1 A 414 ,"' I wg, ,. Homecoming A clear night for the K-Club lioiifill- und rally prcludcd thc ruinstorni on llouicconiing day, l Homecoming 1968 was a unique af- fair. The traditional dismissal of classes after a convocation on Friday morning was cancelled. Part of the student body protested President Visser's decision with picketing, and staged a walkout from 9:30 classes on Friday, November 1. On Sat- urday, an unexpected rain storm flooded- out the usual Homecoming parade and half-time ceremonies. The Omaha Indians slipped by the Hornets with a 27-26 vic- tory on the rain-soaked Welch Stadium. The half-time of the game brought the crowning of Jan Murphy as the 1968 Miss Peggy Pedagog. Jan was elected from candidates nominated by campus organizations and social groups. Her at- tendants were Karen Easter, Susan Carey, Margie Shaw, and Zandra Stanley. Although, at first, the rain seemed to daunt the Hornet fans, and to spoil the Homecoming activities, the day hitabright climax as the Pat Paulsen Rally, First Edition Concert, and the Homecoming dance ended the rain-soaked festivities. 46 0 iff 1 1 M V vw - , If 1 sf! A , y 1 '-" X -:vw Tha- Alplm Kappa Lzmubclu fraternity was honored wi tln- Clrund Swcopstzxkcs award for tllcir Homccomil ,,-,hw Day palrudc. Ui float, which wus shown to the public in the Veterans Fine Arts Featuredby Artist Series This fall the Kansas State Teachers College Artist Series brought to Emporia the Bobby Hutcherson Quintet. Bobby Hutcherson is the leading voice on the vibraharp in contemporary music. In November the College Artist Series also brought the renowned musical hit "Man of La Mancha." The production is a skillful combination of biography and romance complemented by a musical score. The musical tells of the Spanish novelist, Miguel de Cervantes, and of the immortal character he created, Don Quixote. Both men were portrayed by David Atkinson. Other Artist Series presented this year were James Dick, Jean Fenn, Harkness Ballet, and James Buswell. Bobby Hutcherson, famed artist of the vibra harp brought his quintet for an Artist Series performance Cervantes' legendary Don Quixote was portrayed by David Atkinson tcenterl in the highly honored musical produc tion "Man of La Mancha," which drew a large crowd as a feature of the Artist Series V Eg, .... .- . W, " New Folk" Bring Religion to Stage is 2 if Je I e .-. The nine versatile members of the New Folk entertain for il full house. 5 49 Journalist Carl Rowan Discusses Current Issues U. A. C. Brought Valentines Together To Music of "The Happy Mediumv FCIJTIILITY 7 brought students together for ll pre-Vulcw tim' Dance sponsored by U.A.C. 'il 52 1 I I I 1 I 4 N U H H ll w w w w w w w w 1 4 H r w w w ,w if National Black History Week was ob- served during February at the Teachers College. According to the organizers of this event, the seven day celebration was to help close the "information gap" and help Negroes indentify with their heritage. Seminars, films, guest speakers, and recreational events were held during the week. These activities were designed to help Black Week Celebrates African Heritage l the black students understand themselves l and offered an opportunity for white stu- dents to learn with them. J Z' . . ,, ? Q 52 ,nu if tAbovcJ Alilfs lu-ld an intci'-racial discussion which administration us wt-ll as students uttmidc-d. tliclowj Mr. Bc-uslcx at Teachers Colle-gc graduate who is ai Professor of Black History, spoke to contribute to tin' Black YVeck design f communicating an understanding of Black history. .A 5 i Y k -I ss.. or :za-ff 'Q 5 X f i nova-U Afl'iL'AlI1 yrzzrb was dounvcl by Black 5llllll'I1tS at il f'Ll9lliOll xlmxxp Lllvlmw MEIJUIIB' lim urduy. l'wi'IJI'llL11'j' 13, pulkcd Blank llistory Wwk, 'l3OI'I1.n ilu' Afro F 5 ax , Q N .R , ,- Q -L gf Y -' l dal, V-L 1 f 13 Q' Q. ,I ' CTG IJ, W v N Gives Couple "Candy Cane " Honors Sue Calvert and jim LlStWO0d worn nommlted 19625 Cm 56 tt! -uma X, Marlys Hastings Is Best Dressed Un Campus Miss Marlys Hastings was selected as the Best Dressed Coed in the annual con- test sponsored by UAC. Sponsored by Alpha Sigma Tau, Miss Hastings, a junior from Emporia, was named over 20 other candidates. Photo- graphs of Marlys will be sent to Glamour magazine for national judging and pub- lication in a summer edition. Each contestant wore three outfits suit- able for church, school, and formal even- ing wear. Marlys modeled a navy blue coat and dress ensemble with red acces- soriesg a bright yellow dress with an olive green printed scarfg and a floor length pink evening gown. Janice Moore and Sheri Schultz were selected as first and second runners-up respectively. The contestants were judged by apanel of faculty men and women and by last year's Best Dressed Coed, Zandra Stanley. XILIYIYS llastings in livr pink formal also modeled LL yellow dress and at navy blue viisciiiblc-. Clic-low loft? Yir-ki Morris picsciitccl Nlarlys and janitrc Nloorc with winner and first runner-up awards. 5 gt' 1 f xml ,K sf 1 Q Q 'Q f fl ,z 1- 'E 'lf 3 5. 'Q V , , , his v X' fi . ' 11.-.Iwi 5 w I E. na 'Q 551 ' . -Q Q' 'K k ? 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L Z1 ii Q 2 V P J P iii ' Q 21 First Edition Returns Group Selects Sheri Schultz as Miss Sunflower The First Edition vibrated the walls of Albert Taylor Hall' in a return ap- pearance February 15. The group ap- peared with Pat Paulsen for Homecoming, and was booked for the February appear- ance by UAC. The group progressed into a charged performance after replacing the faulty sound system that rattled the opening song. The members of the First Edition chose Sheri Schultz as the 1969 Miss Sunflower and presented her with the honor during the second half. She and the four runners-up were selected from photo- graphs submitted by student organiza- tions. The runners-up were J onda Penning- ton, Claudia Burdette, Marlys Hastings, and Judy Smith. W 65 K S fs 'ww -was Q. my K-. .Q .af iw 914 M44 1. 'ai m Susan Lillig, a sophomore from Hins- dale, Illinois, was the center of attention at the climax of the Miss Emporia State Pageant as she was crowned the new 1969 Miss E-State by the former queen, Miss Marsha Smith. Miss Lillig was sponsored by Phi Sig- ma Epsilon social fraternity. She is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority. Miss Lillig also won the talent compe- tition as she sang "Dream Me a Dream." Judges for this year's contest, which was held in Albert Taylor Hall on March l, were Mary Kay Bain from Kansas City, Missourig Dick Patterson from Gar- den City, and Bill Hampton from Pratt. Jim VValsh was Master of Ceremonies for the contest which was sponsored by Xi Phi. The ten semi-finalists for the coveted title of Miss Emporia State were Judy Smith, Jeanne Galliart, Nancy Brandt, Vicki Geist, Susan Lillig, Susan Mall, Angela Matlock, Martha McCoy, Jane Franz, and Janelle Kinsley. S8354 Judges Faced With Difficult Decisions Emporia State Players Stage 11 merican + Season CL-orgv Antrobus QCQ-ruld BTOVVIID, his wife QDOnna1 VVuln0J, their L'hi1dT1'll, llvnry and Gladys Cliick jenkins and Ian Bluric YVz1tsom, and thc' family maid. Sabina lxlilfthil Tippinb, survived thc million calamiiivs of mankind. 68 The Emporia State Players staged four selections from the American Theatre, and a comedy by Shakespeare into an "All American+Season,' of comedy and tragedy. The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder started the All American Season. The Antrobus family and maid, Sabina, survived many eons of war and disasters as heroic representatives of the human race. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz brought back childhood memories of Dorothyls frivolous flight through space. Fortunately, the Scarecrow, tin woodman, and cowardly lion comforted Dorothy as they all traveled to the land of Oz. There- after she encountered several disappoint- ments, and traveled back over the rain- bow to her dear family and Kansas. February was the month for Joe Sent Me, adapted by Carol and Gerald La- Belle and VVayne Chapman. This non- sensical presentation took the audience back to the flapper generation of the ,20's. The following production, Sweet Bird of Youth, by Tennessee VVilliams, one of America's most influential playwrights, was a tragedy of passion brought to reality on the stage. The final production of the "All American+Season" was Shakespearets Twelfth Night. The l'wOl'lllll4' 'll-llc-1' tllznlciic Dawisl forcstm the flood, amd tln' :X11t1'olJ11s fzmiily sawctl lllvliisclvvs by utllt' skin of fllL'll' lcwllif' tllvlowl Clcorgm- :Xiitrolms kGn'r.1lcl llrownl, invcntor of ilu- wliwl. with his rclwllioiis son. llvnry fliiclx glcnkinsl. A By the Skin of Our Teeth Wzzard of Oz Sw , Q.. 1 mu laitr llu- XYiL-kc-xl Nwtclx uf' ilu' NV-st, xlt'llIIil' lvIldUINYOOd. ls'l'1'4n1'im-cl O7 Q-lxilcllwxn. Llivlcmi 'Hn' XYizauc 1 11111 lf Un' xml of Hu- Ye-llmv lirivk Roald. 'flux Lion, Cary ,lillibllllhtilll thx' 'l'i11111.111. Nlin-lam-I SlI'k'IIlL'I1 tlln XXV 1411 song Dorothy, Sllalmll Sllltuug amd tlu' Scul'1'c1'LN'. .I.um-5 Iluvlll. v Q 4, ty ' wi 41 f f aw., 1,3 .. Y iii fa iv? 'Q ' 'Q Y G 7 JK N I tx' y Q za p, xr VHA-' V' Ili, 1? ff W, , nw My 9 W. Mg QQ 1 W SX .A- M S X Q ,iv e gg xx L x35 ff - ,1,' xxxrf . I S " sf Sweet Bird of Youth In Rehearsal The art of Tennessee Williams brought tragedy and passion to the stage in Sweet Bird of Youth. CBelowf Richard Var renhor st and Karen Hastings fat table? portrayed Chance Wayne and Alexander Del Lago, a young actor and an aging movie star, QAbove left? Karen Hastings and Peggy Haile portraying Miss Lucy. -1:-""""" 72 'Wkvrawm -K lf-- P iifmfbgz-X 3 . 74 Summer casts images and shadows on th The Sunshine Student e nostalgic 1 Summertime Refreshing ice cream was provided by the Blue Key- Cardinal Key Ice Cream Social. Countess Alexandra Tolstoy returned to Emporia to speak as the Bluestem lecturer. - ,W C W . t. wffi ---is Y-,iff-ei M 4 . fm- 1-ev. ' :ff aiiflfzvriffg TT. 166' Effffmg fi ' M fi'-if-'.,v.'5g10f'gQm-21: 'fu-' 15 ' fir -- ' -f1..2:,1g1.,--,C f 1 N fi .V v --5 .faerie ,:'f,4-Mx. sq V-,N-I,,.5gf:,yi'5?R5ifi'ff5?Q " -' Nffffjf ' . 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QRightJ "Sorrow is born in the hasty heart" is the philosophy of Lachlen Maclmchlcn who turns his buck on love and friendship in The Hasty Heart. . ,aj 4, 1 3 fat.. 80 More than 5,000 students appeared on the Teachers College campus to study through a hot and rainy ten-week session. Large numbers of graduate students took advantage of the many institutes, workshops, seminars, and conferences which prevailed over the summer educa- tion agenda. Such extensive and special- ized programs are generally keyed to the graduate student, often the educator, and serve the purpose of extending and up- dating his education. Despite the concentrated hours of class and study time required by summer study, students found time for relaxation at Lake Wooster, plays, movies, concerts, special lectures, and watermelon feeds. Y The 19 Kansas librarians who attended the non-book Libr iry VVorkshop learned to operate visual aid materials which are becoming an important part of modern libraries. -f ,1 A recognized scholar of medieval literature, Dr. Martin Stevens, lec- tured on "The Medieval Cycle Playf during his two day visit to the cam! pus. 82 Dr. Xvillilllll D. Bw:-Ili, Dircctoi' of Bands ut tlicUnivL-rsity of Xlicliigiun, pmsviitcfil an Crmcliig-ting 'lim-liiiiqiiifs worksliop to :ipproxianiitcly 150 liiglli school lxincl directors. Cliilclrvn piirticipiitocl in in C11-i1tix'v llituiiiitics NYOrl4slmp wliit-li stiniulutml tlic civaitivi' spirit and gave an opportunity for self-uxpivssioii. ! E 9 - I f 3 S E 4 it iii if if , Sli VVUfldf21IHOUS violinist and teacher, Slliniclii Suzuki presented Workshops for children in his program stressing the touching of the young. Suzy Meredith receives L1 private lesson during her hospitilizntion. lidnmml XXVIIHEIINS of tln' Xlusiu UL-purtmvnt originated the Rc-cd YYorksl1up in which NfllfiL'lliN lmlriitd ilu! uri of rmffi lllllkillg. F A student peers alt Ll gross section of il tree in an Industriail Arts Vhori Technology S0llliIl2lI'. 83 The Teachers College campus became an "Isle of Francey' as secondary French teachers from all parts of the United States came to participate in a seven week French Institute. The presentation of an original play about events during the summer was produced by Institute members, A fashion show WHS thC highlight Of 11 gflldllilw COUTSC Glen Dobbs, from the University of Tulsa, instructed in CUSIOYU tilil0YiHg- Eighteen high 5011001 h0mC 000' nearly a hundred coaches and athletes in a football nomics teachers participated. seminar. .l 84 M-AV' f Project use in One of the proyects of the Aerospace EdUC,1t1OI1 Workshop hefided by W1111am Edwards was the launchmg of rockets made m class from k1tS ' l"IlH11l"l I l' Faculty and Administration C ,...- Y . -ii w , ll -- , 4..4..4444..4, 4.4.4 .. -v Y W H -Q :T f4....m.W.,44gm:.LLQL.5QTg.'gL7g-44 . ' - ' 3 54:14.44-gi W Y Y V ,.,....-4 4 , ' '43-W-541153544,f3w4mL4:yef4 4 4 : L - ,.w.+ .. ,,,, A-M4-,,,,,x4w.,,.fyw33.-4.44,gkgg5- , Y g MMI 77:47 wLMW yx:::44,4g45I . ,. , ff44444.44-- fx - N 4- p , . 4- - ..M.44444,,4,.4.4 . -4 4 M- 44-1.- -' g2Zr,1,3Qii:'J. 4 :4, -Y f M- "M-ww-WWW ' "' 14444 - ,. 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Sande- fur has taken the new position of Asso- ciate Dean of Academic Affairs and heads teacher education. Dr. L. C. Boylan is the Dean of Graduate Studies. Among the new heads of departments are Rex Hall, Art Department, Dr. James Jensen, Coordinator of Instructional Media, Dr. Edwin Kurtz, Biology Depart- mentg and J. W. Rollings, Director of the Bureau of Tests and Measurements. The Division of Student Personnel Services assumes the major responsibility for the College's student personnel pro- 90 gram while the offices of Associate Dean and Dean of Women are responsible for the residence halls, work with off-campus housing, help social organizations, deal with disciplinary problems, and encourage good scholastic achievement. For students seeking scholarships, em- ployment, or loans, financial aids are available. The Teachers College counsel- ing service advises new students who are undecided in their fields as well as those having academic, social, or personal dif- ficulties. Health and Housing Offices also ex- tend campus services. The Student Health Center is supervised by the Department of Health Services. The main objective of the Housing Office is to help students find housing which fits their varying budgets and personal needs. The Office of Instruction is involved in the areas of enrollment, curriculum, and the various instructional methods. The Office of Admissions is responsible for such things as student records and degree checks. The Graduate Division strives con- stantly to provide a program of graduate studies. The Office of Research and Insti- tute Grants assists faculty members in ex- panding their individual research activi- ties. The Endowment Association receives funds other than taxes for more than 400 grants and scholarships. The Division of Field Services sponsors such events as artist series and travel lecture series. The Information Office schedules all on-cam- pus activites and maintains the activities calendar. The Placement Bureau serves gradu- ates in securing teaching positions and other qualifying positions. The Publications Office supervises the dissemination of news and preparation of publications, and additionally, supervises the photographic services providing cover- age of important college events. The Kan- sas State Teachers College Press is re- sponsible for printing the college cata- logues, the Bulletin, Sunflower, and for other institutional work. International relations and activities are encouraged by Dr. Robert E. Mc- Adoo. Among the remaining divisions provided on the Teachers College campus are the Physical Plant, and the Traffic and Security Division. The Instructional Media Center pro- vides a wide range of supplementary re- sources for classroom use. Finally, the Memorial Union continues to be the hub of student activity. , 'Wi xi g .4 ' Lx gigs? + r Qsf ivan 21323 T11 GOVERNOR ROBERT DOCKING Govern or and Regents Education has been one of Governor Robert Docking's primary concerns since he has assumed the reins of state govern- ment in January, 1967. Docking considers the quality of education as being one of Kansas' chief responsibilities. Continuing increases in enrollment in the state in- stitutions of learning create many prob- lems in guiding and financing necessary growth and needed expansion. In the education structure utilized by Kansas, the Governor appoints the mem- bers of the Board of Regents. This Board functions as the governing body for higher education in the state. It is the Boardls responsibility to appoint the presidents of the six state colleges and universities throughout Kansas. The Board also de- velops and outlines operating procedures and policies concerning the six state in- stitutions. Vincent A. Bogart, VVichita, and Iess E. Stewart, XVamego, were appointed by Governor Docking in Ian- uary to fill the positions held by Eldon Sloan, Topeka, and john Eberhardt, Wichita. Regents are appointed for four-year terms. BOARD OF REGENTS-Top row: A. H. Cromb, Mission Hills, C. N. Cushing, chairman, Downs, Dwight D. Klinger, Ashland, James I. Basham, M.D., Fort Scott, Eldon Sloan, Topeka, Max Bickford, Executive Officer, Topeka. First row: L. D. Morgan, Goodland, John F. Eberhardt, Wichita, Henry A. Budd, Topeka, T. I. Griffith, Manhattan. f W' hvffhfffr fffWWMWWw.,.,.. ,,.,,, .,.,,, ,t,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,. .,, .,.,, ,M ,...,, s,,s . .W,,,,,.......s President Strives for Academic Excellence NT 6 PRESIDENT JOHN E. VISSER President Visscris family includes fsittingl Marty, Mary and Nimcyg and Cstandingl Betty, Mrs. Visser, and Dr Visser. vw . . LM if Q Dean Ruth Schillinger, Dean of Wcmnien, uses communi- cation as ht-r most important mul. K Admmzs tratwe Assistants XVilcy Alberg holds the new title of Associate Dean. Dr. R. W. Wygle is the new Dean of Administrative Affairs. M53 if "'i' ' , Dcun Webb serves as the Dean for Student Affairs while William Davidson supervises the Department of Housing. Dr. joseph Parker performs all health services to the students on the TC campus. Harry Stephens is the new coordinator of stu- dent activities. Student Services 3 3 2 Z ' , , s A 2 if 3 , E 2 Dr. Arthur Miller serves as Director of Counseling Services. o o Co unselzng Seruzces Dr. A. E. Bowman is Director of Financial Aids. M :MNA N.....av"""'N ,P Dum Boylan supcrvisi-QGruduati'Studies. Dr. Glen Crumb heads the Research and Grants Division. Affair and 1 98 Boyd King continues us director of the Place-lm-nt Burc x X' ,f 3 J. D. Rollings supervises Tests and Measures. Melville XV. Archer, director of the Endowment Association, is charged with the responsibility of receiving funds from sources other than taxes. J YG 1 1 :ak ,.v'nnv""" lv ' vliwfc M Q A f u, ' 3, 1 .1 "', 'N 144' rf ka, i r VValter Clark is the TC Business Nianugcr. Ai Locke heads Traffic amd Safety. 0 Z S o Lloyd Edwards supervises the data processing center. ,A+ A"f ii ,.. ,TL 5? nv' rv. if wiwf'v:,,f' F' Lil 1 C I 6 5 i . 5 W ,n ,taxi -sr' X, 'R NIKON Larry Gabriel, director of Photo Scrvices, coordinates photo coverage of important cvcnts. Richard Stoner, Student Union if F' Director, continues to supervise the hub of campus activities. ,rf X i Special Serv ices Dr. J. QI. vvlllgilllll directs Field Services. 102 2 , Riley Stormout L-mltillilvs supervision of the Physical Plant. Dr. Iames lemon is tlw new Director of the Iustrllctiouul Media Center. Larry Meredith continues to servo us Director of Publications. Hobs-rt Eckluucl supervises thc Bulletin, Sunflower . und Roosevelt publications. -u-anna-up vm. W -M-up "', 7 i""'M' ' ' 'WUMWZ as-filffi L , ,Q K Ng K roor :fix A MN . H if ,1 . 555.53 , Aff' .1 It Q L- 4- 1 ,V , f aramww .,r, ,. M ,uw :N is We r- f N M... N ww.. 5if15Q5'i1i''ff1-ignriiffiii,-3-s,i"251!.i 'W "'f"' - W -,rig-..f1QIgxixlfiwg-1-Q6il,Q'ff. - ,Ni - t Q 2 , ' , " , X ,RWM ii mf-Q Q. K- rf gn., . , ,W ,Sh t Xirsvxfmmv U W XX Nw 1.x ' gi K Aim gmt ,Q ts-N5 N is xg? We wg iii? SX K X XM ta v N 4 w X if ii Pi Y W xt if ,gat m X Q ts: amass -is ,+ -2 , X X f X K Y is vii if Q A Nt M ri w . 5 if .. Y - Wt. Q... . K .M IQ tt X X S- X as 'XF --- -f-- 2 Publ ' if ' Curl Hoffinans directs Print Shop activities QW' ,ff 'X 9,0 f y lf . A . wg Q . X 'nnn' i " k,.. -1 kgr. iw ki N '- K , i wi t t . FQ K lll 1 i QLSAW ew lh-X Hull has assumed tlu- dutivs of coordinating activities und L-111'1'iL-11111111 as thc- new head of thc Art Depurtmcnt. Art Department Develops Theme Of Creativity The Art Department of the Teachers College offers a diversified program to meet the needs of students who are pre- paring themselves to teach, students who wish to become professional artists and students who wish to include the study of art as a part of their general education. The curriculum in art at the Teachers College is structured to give the students who chose to major in art the opportunity to explore and develop an understanding of the variety of directions possible in the visual arts. The art faculty is made up of prac- ticing artists and scholars who offer a variety of courses concerned with the practice theory and history of art. Sup- plementing the course offerings and serv- ing the larger college community, the Art Department sponsors the College Art Gal- lery, which brings a series of exhibitions to Emporia during the year and annually presents both a student and faculty art show. ,fav 105 Biology Department S Under New Management Dr. Kurtz began this year as the new head of the Biology Department and has since supervised the depurtmnenfs orgzmi mtion and rclnodt-ling of curriculum. 106 Constant renewal and innovation are the very essense of life. These terms also characterize the Biology Department this past year. The department operates with the premise that close interaction between students and highly trained faculty is the key to realized knowlege. The movement began by entering a new 1.5 million dollar facility complete with electron microscope and individual faculty research laboratories. The "new" department is directed by Dr. Edwin Kurtz. The core curriculum was amended to keep abreast the continually changing philosophy of scientific interrelationships. No longer is biology a compact science, but a complex entity called life. Very basic to this outlook is the continuation of the emphasis placed upon undergraduate re- search opportunities. The Teachers Col- lege is one of only a few colleges concen- trating in this realm. Specialized organizations also contri- bute to biology education. The Biology Club is an activity organization for stu- dents wishing to fraternize with their fu- ture professional colleagues.The Caduceus Society specially serves those students in the pre-professional fields of the healing arts. Beta Beta Beta offers honorary recog- nition to those who have exemplified ex- cellence in academics and application of the biological sciences. 107 Business Teachers, Leaders Are Products of Business Departments The Division of Business and Business Education is one of the largest major areas at the Teachers College. The busi- ness education program prepares business teachers for high school and junior col- lege positions in the vocational fields of distributive and office education as well as the regular business subjects offered in most high schools. The division maintains an active pro- gram in all areas during the summer ses- sion. Family Financial Workshops and Data Processing Institutes aid teachers throughout Kansas. Organizations sponsored by the di- vision include Phi Beta Lambda, which is open to all business majors, Pi Omega Pi, an honorary organization for busi- ness teachers, and Delta Pi Epsilon, a graduate professional fraternity. Dr. Raymond Russell continually works toward improving tlic prograuu for educating and training future teachers and leaders while lic serves as head of the Division of Business and Business Education. 108 3!"l'Y"E'!' 65351 ff? ihw QW:- .iw-" ,K Q 4 J. Q-all 1 0 Teacher Education Continues AS Primary Concern One of the prime functions of Kansas State 'Teachers College is the education and training of future teachers for the public and private schools of Kansas and the nation. The Division is operating under new leadership this year as Dr. J. T. Sandefur is Head of the Division replacing Dr. Alex Daughtry who accepted a similar position at the University of Denver. Students who plan to teach work toward a bachelor of science in education degree. Satisfactory completion of this pro- gram entitles the graduate to a 3-year degree certificate issued by the Kansas State Department of Public Instruction. The Division also offers the Master of Science degree and the Specialist in Edu- cation degree. The Division of Teacher Education is constantly working to up-date its pro- grams and to this end is involved in much research in the field of education and teaching. Recent innovations in train- ing have been the introduction of closed- circuit television and video-taped teaching sessions by which means the prospective teacher can view good teaching techniques employed in the classroom by experienced teachers and by means of video-tape the student can review his own conduct in teaching situations. Two laboratory schools on campus, Butcher Childrens School and Roosevelt High School, provide ready access to classrooms for any student in the teacher- training program. Extensive opportunities for classroom observation and a teacher fellowship program also add to the qual- ity of teacher training at Kansas State Teachers College. Last year more than 1,000 graduates received bachelors de- grees in teaching fields, and more than 500 received the Master of Science de- gree or the Specialist in Education de- gree. 111 The English Department at Kansas State Teachers College, in its second year under the leadership of Dr. Charles Walton, con- tinues to be one of the busiest of all de- partments. The department offers the de- grees Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. In addition to the three English courses designed to fulfill basic requirements for all students, the department offers 53 ad- ditional course selections in the fields of literature, basic and advanced composi- tion, journalism, linguistics and history of the English language. Eight graduate assistantships and fel- lowships are offered in the English De- partment. The department is also respon- sible for the publication of the Emporia State Research Studies. 112 i E Dr, Charles E. VValton provided the mind that launched at thousand new programs in the English Department. The department sponsors two organi- zations for students who are interested in English literature and the English lan- guare. Quivira is an organization for stu- dents interested in creative writing and they publish an annual volume of student creative writing in both fiction and non- fiction. Quivira also brings to the campus a variety of entertainment including some of the finer work of the early American movie industry. A highlight of the year for Quivira is the Christmas Tea to which faculty and students are invited. The other organization sponsored by the English Department is Lambda Iota Tau, an honorary literary chapter for students majoring in English. ""'-'H.....,,,,,b W-lm ,MMV W5 Foreign Language Department Tops State in Teacher Training L In addition to training more foreign language teachers than any other institu- tion of higher learning in the state, the Foreign Language Department offers lan- guage work in French, German, Latin, Russian, and Spanish for those in liberal arts, sciences and librarianship. Five N.D.E.A. Summer French Insti- tutes have been added to the curriculum. The federal government has also provided funds for the Flint Hills Elementary School Foreign Language Enrichment Program which is a cooperative project between the department and elementary schools in the Flint Hills area. During' the past year, eight Spanish majors have participated in the exchange program with the Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramunga, Columbia. Departmental clubs and honor societies are sponsored by the department to pro vide cultural experiences not available in the classroom. Dr. Travis supervises all cultural and educational activities of the department. ZW, 115 ?"""s fw- c"'-sf ntliryn NVl1ittcn is tlu' director of all dcpartlm-ntal activities. Project: Teacher - Homemaker I ggfz. , Q'5.n-.f ., W , xnqm, ll W W fi WMWWQM The primary functions of the Home Economics Department are training teach- ers for secondary schools, training home makers, and preparing students for special areas in home extension work and dem- onstration work for business and industry. Seven areas of concentration included in the programs of the department are personal and family relations, clothing and textiles, foods and nutrition, family health and home nursing, home manage- ment and consumer education, housing and home furnishings, and child care and development. The Lamp, which is distributed to graduates of the department, is published by the Home Economics Department. Spe- cial functions include a career day for high school students in addition to work- shops during summer sessions. The Kansas College Chapter of the American Home Economics Association and Theta Epsilon, an honorary organi- zation, are sponsored by the department. i. Av WW , w i - ,,,,., A V 1 4 1 1 1 7 ff X H, 5 ih V - . ,mi.. A Dr. Barnhart supervises the department. Industrial Arts Require Perfection The Industrial Arts Department pre- pares students for vocations in teaching as well as industrial technology, technical writers, industrial trainers and supervisors. Industrial Arts courses may also be taken by pre-engineering students or any student who feels the course may be use- ful to his general education. The facilities of four large shops are available for work in woodworking, auto mechanics, and metal working as well as in plastics and crafts. In addition, the de- partment has a drafting room and an electronics laboratory. The Industrial Arts Department also prepares teachers of driver training for the public schools. Facilities for this pro- gram include extensive psychophysical testing equipment, driving simulators, driving range and dual control cars with two-way radio equipment. 119 VA A his l,.. ,VV.A r ai .i e 2 1, ' u v V i fe 1 g Mrs. M. Stutzman Dr. XV, llouk Miss I. Hansen -1, I Librarianship Remains Active Dr. Robert Loc, Director I g. i1"'4 , ynnyy y i A ' 7,45 455 its vi H .SV 'Qin Mrs, M. NVilliz1ms Mr. C. Sadler i Miss A. lluf Graduate students in Library Science are the main concern of the Department of Librarianship. The department pro- vides basic and specialized education for students who plan careers in librarian- ship, and the program of study leads to the degree Master of Librarianship. For undergraduate students there is an introductory course in librarianship. Classrooms and offices of the school are located on the top two floors of the White Library. Mr. B. Pennington uv" i W tis , .. ' ll Ili it '.' gr f I W Mr. VV. Fraser Dr, C, Swurthout Mr, T, Lgdwig Mrs. M. Sullivan Miss R. Hanson 120 Both White Library and Collections Expand VVhile Book Business Bursts At the Seams The library collections of the Kansas State Teachers College trace their origins from 1865, when the Hcollectionwconsisted of a copy of the Bible and a Webster's Dictionary. The present main library build- ing, the William Allen White Library, was completed in 1952 and the collections had grown to 101,000 volumes. As of June 30, 1968, the library collections number- ed more than 353,000 volumes, with a main card catalog of over a half million cards, and is now growing at the rate of 1422 per year. The collections are especial- ly strong in the fields of bibliography, biology, education, librarianship, music, and the social sciences. The collections include subscriptions to more than 2,600 periodical titles, 5,000 reels of microfilm, and 8,000 microcards and microfiche. Contracts are to be awarded this win- ter for construction of a four-floor addi- tion to the main library, with a ground- level entrance on the east. The library service areas in the main library will more than double in size. New and existing shelving will provide space for a total collection of 700,000 volumes and seating for 800 students. Large reading rooms will be provided on each floor of the addition with a combination of student seating and book shelving. Five new sub- ject divisional libraries will be established: Education, General Reference, Humanities, Science, and Social Science, with all books, periodicals, reference materials, and other items pertaining to each division readily available to students. A new Government Documents Department and card catalog will make available the thousands of gov- ernment documents now difficult to find and use. The Reserve Book Department, Photoduplication Department, and Circu- lation Department will be located in the new ground-level entry. liolicrt Hampton, colla-gc liln'u1'ian, has supervised tl expansion of scvcrul ncw tlcpartinents located in Vtfliiti Library. l One of the major changes in the Mathe- matics Department under the direction of Dr. Marion Emerson has been the intro- duction of a new curriculum for all under- graduate degrees. This new curriculum in- cludes the introduction of seven new courses, a substantial change in require- ments, and a change in the sequence of courses. The updated curriculum provides more flexibility, more depth, and a more realistic and contemporary approach to 122 Dr. Marion Emerson, as head of the Matliematics De- partment, supervises activities sucli as the introduction of il new curriculum. mathematics. During the 1968 summer school pro- gram, the department again assumed a major role in the Summer Sequential In- stitute in Science and Mathematics for high school teachers. The department sponsored Kappa Mu Epsilon and Mathematics Club. The chap- ter of participated in the biennial national convention at Cedar Falls, Iowa, May 2 and 3, 1969. New Curriculum Figures In Math Department Duties 23 Music Provides Academic Privileges Besides Enjo ment li, A. Nngcnt ln-aids tlic Ucpurtnicnt of Music which cnnitrilnitcs significantly to thc iircu with concerts, rccitiils :ind iccturcs. ' 1 5 i 'If' af , -sn? The Teachers College Department of Music, headed by B. A. Nugent, is a mem- ber of the National Association of Schools of Music and offers the degrees of Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Music Education, Bachelor of Arts, and Master of Music in the fields of composition, theory, music education, musicology and performance. Music organizations include four choirs, five bands, the College Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Opera Workshop, and numerous ensembles in- cluding the Brass Choir, String Quartet, Woodwind Quintet, and the percussion ensembles. This year's Kansas Co-operative Col- lege Composers Project brought four out- standing composer-conductor lecture pro- grams featuring Daniel Pinkham, Dee Bar- ton, Morton Subotnik, and Norman Dello J oio. A highlight of this program was the three-day Festival of 20th Century Music held in the spring of the year. The Mid-America Woodwind Quintet and KSTC Brass Quintet performed many recitals not only on the regular faculty recital series, but also throughout the state of Kansas. The groups are accredited en- sembles in Young Audiences, Inc. The Mid-America Woodwind Quintet appeared at the State Convention of Oklahoma Music Educators Association and the Southwest Regional MEN C in St. Louis. Opera Workshop's presentations of Il Tabarro, Suor Angelica, and Gianni Schicci, Puccini's Il Trittico were among the highlights of the year. The Music Department has been given national recognition for its leading posi- tion in research and active grants in the field of Music. l I u,,, A,XX,.,. ... , A 126 . ,,, Q 5 7 1 naw 5 . . . - at .. Y ,,.....r 2, is M V Mg W,,,..-QEg??f3ws . - 5 , c .... :W ...,A N: fjstgw l Among the responsibilities of Dr. Dal Cass, head of the department, is supervising the launching of new projects and initiating new curriculums. Psychology Department Undergoes Extensive Changes in Curriculum The Psychology Department has re- vamped its curriculum completely to give better sequencing of courses and to broaden the scope of departmental offer- ings. Several courses have been combined, others have been dropped, and a few have been added. The large classes in Introduc- tion to Psychology have been broken into small groups of thirty students each for two meetings per week. The small groups emphasize experimentation, demonstra- tion, illustration, field trips, and films as contrasted with past lecture approaches. Once again the Department received a grant from the Department of Health, Edu- cation, and Welfare for the training of undergraduate and graduate students as teachers of mentally retarded children. Traineeships for juniors are now included as well as those for seniors and graduates. The regular staff and advanced gradu- ate students have continued to provide test- ing and consultation services to various schools throughout the state where no school psychologist is employed. Psi Chi, national honorary society in psychology, the Psychology Club, and the Bluestem Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children are sponsored by the department. 127 Dr. Ioe Pease is head of the division. A blending of mental and physical skills takes place in the Division of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. With- in the division, emphasis ranges from in- dividual development as physcial edu- cators to activities on the intercollegiate athletic field. The division includes the womenis physical education department, the ments physical education department, and the intercollegiate athletic division. The physical education departments are concerned primarily with preparation of physical educators for the public schools while playing an important role for the general student body in fulfilling the general education requirements. At the same time, competition is provided for all students through the intramural programs. The objectives of the athletic programs are to complement and supplement the edu- cational objectives of the college. Ac- celerated student-athletes are provided the opportunity of competing under game con- ditions against students from other col- leges and universities. Included in the sports program are intercollegiate competition in football, basketball, track and cross-country, wrestling, golf, baseball, and tennis. The construction of a new physical education building, planned to begin this year, will be coupled with development of outside areas to provide students interested in other sports the opportunity to compete on an intercollegiate basis. Within the women's physical educa- tion department, various clubs help further the aims of the department. These clubs include the Women's Physical Education Club, the Alpha Beta honors group, and the Women's Recreation association. The various clubs encourage scholar- ship and participation. They provide op- portunities for competition, recreation, pro- fessional meetings and stimulation of crea- tive abilities. The intramural sports pro- gram includes tennis, softball, volleyball, table tennis, basketball, bowling, badmin- ton, swimming, golf, and archery. In ad- dition, the extramural teams provide op- portunities for more highly skilled girls in hockey, volleyball, basketball, tennis, softball, and gymnastics. M, , i .k:, ,,.-Wi,,.iSiSL, Y, , X Physical Education Blends Skills l l 1 S ff mv, 1- ffff' . M..,W.,,-Wm,--m.f wW , .W ,,u,Mm,,- W, , wwfwm I ' f Physical I f T f f 2 Scie nee Divisio n Achieve S X N ational Re cognitio I1 " i S Dr. NVinston Cram continues as the department head. The Physical Science Division under the supervision of Dr. S. W. Cram, re- ceived two items of national recognition during 1968: more chemistry and physics high school teachers completed their col- lege preparation at this college than in any other college in the United States. Dr. Cram received the recognition certifi- cate of Merit from the American Asso- ciation of Physics Teachers. A new surge in preparation of junior high science teachers is evolving. The new curriculum has created an increased de- mand for teachers and the Teachers Col- lege has again taken the lead in prepara- tion of teachers. Dr. Gerald Abegg was selected from the Teachers College staff to direct teacher preparation for the west- ern half of the United States because of the leadership in this area provided by our Physical Science Division. Dr. Glenn Crumb directed a national conference for the National Science Foundation on the problems associated with teacher prepara- tion. Growth in the Geology section of the Physical Sciences is equally pronounced. Dr. Bridge and Dr. Jamkhindikar have joined the staff in the last two years. 131 Student enrollments in the Division of Social Sciences are among the greatest of all divisions or departments in the Teach- ers College during both the academic year and the summer session. Disciplines rep- resented are Economics, Geography, His- tory, Philosophy, Political Science, and Sociology-Anthropology. General courses are offered for social science credit. Pi Gamma Mu is the national honor society for students in the social sciences. Each February the division sponsors the annual High School Foreign and Do- mestic Affairs Conference. Under the direc- tion of Dr. E. C. Moreland, this yearls conference is the twenty-third. Each fall 132 Q ff' Dr. Seiler has completed another year supervising the activities of thc- Division of Social Sciences. one of the important campus occasions occurs when over 400 high school students participate in the invitational Model United Nations Assembly. This program is sponsored by the division and by CIRUNA. High honors have been won at a number of college UN Model Assem- blies by the teams representing the Teach- ers College. These activities have been the responsibility of Professor Thomas J. Badger. For the fourth successive summer, the division sponsored a summer institute for in-service secondary teachers of U. S. his- tory. EYFHA Students, Disciplines, and Activities Rise in Division of Social Sciences E Q Speech Department Varies in Academic and Entertaining Events am. 91.1 Dr. Karl Brudcr continued to direct the activities of the Speech Department, The Teachers College speech program is designed to benefit all students through the curricular and co-curricular offerings of the department. The first goal of the speech program is to help Teachers College students be- come better skilled in the art of oral com- munication. In an extensive fundamentals of speech program, all students are pro- vided the opportunity to study the basic theories of public speaking. In addition, elective courses are available to all stu- dents in the areas of radio and television, oral interpretation, and theatre as well as public address. The second goal of the department is to prepare speech teachers for public schools. The department offers a student a speech major or minor with an empha- sis in public address or theatre. The campus radio station, KSTE-FM, is operated by speech students interested in the field of radio and television. The theatre division produces five major pro- ductions during the regular school year and a six-play summer theatre season. Numerous student directed plays are also produced in the department's experimental theatre. In the field of debate and forensics, an active debate program traditionally rates high in inter-collegiate competition. Each year the department hosts the George R. R. Pflaum College Debate Tournament as well as several high school debate and forensic tournaments which utilize the ser- vices of many of our speech students. ir is 3 rl .? 5 ii , Q . 5 Q t V W ,X , ,W -Eggs it ig, R of 1 fig -if-as f .gif r .sg - X Q QiQli5'RF,, 1 up fiiiffirw Wt T We if-ev f QQ? - . 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Chuck Sulzen, jerry Bortka, Tom Shcblc, Bill Everett, Steve Bushore, Bruce Cerone, Charlie Davis. Silent Joe Rings Again t lmtwiwwaseaan Head eoaeh Bon Blaylock COACHING, TRAINING STAFF-'Top row: Al Kou- neski. Vie Castillo, Bohert Fairhank and -lim Lance. First row: Mark Goodrich, john Baxter, Sam Aguilera, and head coach Ron Blaylock. 145 it H veggie fl 5 I , . Za The 1968 Hornet football team had their best season in 10 years. Preseason polls picked the Teachers to finish in the cellar of the C.l.C. The Hornets surprised everyone and tied for second place in the C.l.C. and, also, had a 5-2-2 overall record. Looking back on the season, one can recall some of the highlights of the year- the ringing of Silent Joe after the over- whelming victory over St. Mary, the game with Central Missouri State with a final 41-41 tie in the last minute of play, Bruce Cerone well on his way to breaking four N.A.I.A. records, beating So. 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K 2 V gf v e gg ig f LV .A 'A fix A f 1 r r M' NWW H H V- ' 1 , f i V 1' f'y""1, f A ' in Xfy M no - Honors If , M M , ,H i 48 Q 1. ,-wwf My ,JR k"4wn5i , fAhoveJ Boh Leahy, quarterback, was named to the All-District Ten team and received Honorable Mention A. P. All-America. fLeftD Fred McClain, linebacker, was named to the All-District Ten team. CBe1oWj Charlie Divitto, fullhaek, also received All-District Ten honors and was named on the N.A.I.A. All-American Honorable Mention. All- American Honors to Bruce Cerone A11-District 10 Associated Press N. A. LA. Cerone's Season Highlights September 14-vs. St. Mary's-9 receptions 194 yards-- 2 TD's September 21-vs. East Central Oklahoma-11 recep- tions 218 yards-3 TD's Q95 yd. TD pass! September 28-vs. Central Missouri State-15 receptions 233 yards-5 TD's November 9-vs. VVashburn-18 receptions 296 yards- 3 TD's Receiving Records Either Tied or Broken 91 receptions Qseasonj 15 touchdowns tseasony 36 touchdowns tcareerj 5 touchdowns Qgamej 1479 yards receiving qseasony 164.3 yards taverage per gamey 14 Eleven Men D g f ,C X . 3 .agff Place oe H ' s , ..., e M :N . ..,,, .N - x . x g li A11 -C IC e . Bob Leahy - QB X -iv. Q 1 .L Weeeeye- .. LVLL1 X - , . V -' . A j i" ,Q - ee. T E 7 X xx If K 1 . C' C .. . . 1 Q N e'he g . . .. -' ' Qf' My ee,e " , . , gif- X xxx X-L: I ..,, ik ' ,Q M .. . Fred McClain - LB Charlie Divitto - FB Ted Woods - HB Nylc Salmans - DT 50 Ed Hopkins - DE Wilbur Coffee - LB Bruce Curone - SE jerry Bortka - C P. A. Thornton - C Ron 'Demesko - DT Cross Country l 4 42" f A 4. M2 "A long distance runner must have faith to finish,'i Teachers College cross- country team co-captain Bob Szymanski said early in the season, and the Hornets had the faith to record a perfect season in their dual meets and perform well in their other contests. Coach Phil Delavan, look- ing back over the season, described it as "real finev and looked forward to 1969- "We lost only one man to graduation fBob Szymanskij, so we are looking for good things from our runners next fall," Delavan said. The Hornets in dual competition de- feated Central Intercollegiate Conference champions Ft. Hays State, Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Northeast Missouri State College, and Oklahoma Baptist Uni- versity. Their victory over Pittsburg was a 15-50 whitewash that came on the heels of a near-whitewash of Northeast Mis- souri, 15-48. The victory over Ft. Hays was by a decisive 24-35 margin, and Okla- homa Baptist University fell 21-48 to the Hornets. The season opened with an upset vic- tory in the Wichita State Invitational-- where they first met and defeated Ft. Hays State-and they took third in the Okla- homa State University Invitational behind first-place Kansas University and second- place Hays. Second place finishes were recorded in the Central Intercollegiate Conference championship meet and in the NAIA national meet. The Hornets took first place in the Missouri Valley AAU meet, leaving their record against rival Ft. Hays for all meets slightly in the favor of Hays at 3-2. 153 BASKETBALL SQUAD: lion Davis, Gene Farmer, Sam Sicgrist, Dale- Cushinberry, Howard Davis, Crcg Clacys, Bruce Shannon, Dave- Mossman, Newgvnc Ray, Dennis Robbins, likllldy YVutt-rs, XVillic Sullivan, and Larry Rciswig. Hornets Second In New League Coach 'Cusi Fish W, f WL. 'iigwx For the Hornet basketball team and fans it was a wildly exciting, frustrating, and thrilling season, one marked by close wins and even more by close losses. Never has one basket seemed so important and seldom have the last minute or last second shots been so heartbreakingly close, only to rim off to defeat. The Hornets finished the season in second place in the new conference, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, with a 6 and 4 record, and finished the season 10 and 14 for the overall record. The Hornets represented the RMAC as the District 10 representative in the NAIA playoff in Emporia on March 3 and 4. They lost another crucial one-point de- cision to Washburn, 55 to 54, and again the decision wasn't made until the final seconds of the game. However, the Hornet fans had a wonderfully exciting season to put in their memory books, and the loyal frenzied fans' call of "Cush, Cush" will be long remembered as Dale Cushinberry, Hornet center, responded with sparkling play. So too will the fans remember such standouts as Ron Davis, Sam Siegrist, Howard Davis, Dennis Robbins and many other Hornets who provided a thrill a minute throughout the season. 155 Wal, g, 41: U 443 ming, 5. gi. HY" iQQ1 I 'Wm i L: dim Y Mfg ' 4 EY XPS M9545 'AW mv' 1 129 ,, A xt ,A ..,.. -V .. .q,. M y 5? ' S "1f"7f'54 49',2iJf3e. :IIE 53- swf Q ,NZM 4 t.. ' itkilffg 1zrgmi1,.5f.?-.rn-F ,K Yfd515i'?S-Flu"E237-3FffE52.23iif3-15'ff!'i12f232:2' -uf -M . vm 51' :nigga 595,11-.gf.'?1g afuggiyg .:1.,f,3. -jjfligyi gig V' .r eef .NL-.1-wp.-,. . , 1-1,gf:f::Lq::5.1ye,L-'brga5:gg:g4ig.:.,yer., : , Q-L:.-ns..-.xr5'-N.:-ne1w,5,r, '-..:.f.:,-W 13-ax,2b:?qF5:qf.'ee.fg.if v, ,- Ugsf I2:F:T.lE-wwf xwignv. -- 1-1, L1-4232-:-.v e km k-7-PI, '- .5 -,E+ ' 11. ,ways-91:56.-Q-:,:Q:5ea3."2-.fe 1' assmz, P'-ff:-fir 1 fv V Z-'S5Z5?12'J M' ' ?5!v:.'12 ' k f-ga 'M ..g'g,f1-.5 g:-.: AJ, , .g25y?:gg . , "" ET iig Q V. :.fgv.j -' .54 , ,g .rw if FZ? 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Hays State 85 49 St. Benedicfs 50 67 VVashburn University 78 93 Southern Colorado State 80 70 Central Missouri State 72 88 Colorado State College 76 84 Southern Colorado State 99 60 St. Benediet's 61 93 Colorado State College 77 88 Univ. of Nebr. at Omaha 54 54 liastern New Mexico 69 75 Roekhurst College 64 67 Eastern New Mexico 71 73 Ft. Hays State 62 61 Kansas State College tl'ittJ 66 59 160 Wrestling Team Has Fine Year Even though as many as seven fresh- men and sophomores were included in the starting line-up, the Hornet wrestling team was much improved over previous years. The 1968-69 squad compiled a 7 won and 4 lost record in dual competition com- pared to the previous years, 6 and 4 record. The team captured second place in the William Jewell Invitational Tourna- ment and sixth place in the newly formed Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Coach 'tShorty'7 Long emphasized the point that this squad of young men was the finest group he has worked with as wrestling coach. He also made the point that a more balanced squad will be needed in future years to compete in the strong Rocky Mountain Conference. This yearls conference members included the number one team of both the NCAA small college competition and the NAIA. Outstanding wrestlers on the Hornet squad included Tim Perry, Jim Munson, Randy Lettau, Kendall Reed, Steve Sand- ers and Mike Otto. Junior captain Steve Sanders pinned 9 of the 17 opponents wrestled. Sophomore Tim Perry finished with a 12 won and 3 lost record for the season. Lon . Q of-'i f' 161 W " , fi W 1 +1 M' fyf21f4'Q'Z,Q ' Xi gif X I, f, ,VV-1 , The 1968-69 Hornet wrestling squad was composed of these mem- bers with their weight classes indi- cated: 'Tom Gull Grover Edie 'Bob Koch "' Tim Warner 'Tim Perry 'Joe Barefoot 'Alan Hanks 'J im Munson 'Randy Lettau 'Greg VVerner 1' Kendall Reed Dennis Belsha Lin Standiferd 'Steve Sanders " Mike Otto Bill Everett 1' Indicates squadmen for letters for 1968-69. 162 115- 123 115 123-130 130 137 145-152 145 152 160 160167 167 167 177 177 191-Hvy. Hvy. recommended .Q xfr7 f W UZ' 'Wk f fr 1 Q qw ry-lwvm,-ffvf yf htyiqe, L ff? ff:,:Y,,f,-in HL, X, it 7 i- we ,, , , A ,, V mt 55.4 2, v via , 4 7 1 1 ,,25,,'.3,, f .wfffv Track wwmwwwm X if-ff Mwxfmwm 6 Track Squad 1969 - Front row: P. Daniel, P. Warner, G. Talbcrt, T. Potts, S. Nelson, I. Reeves, C. Bluctt, G. Carpenter, Capt. Bob Szymanski, D. Nec, and D. Delmott. Second row: j. Correll, D. Caywood, P. Nlarkuly, I. Gardner, Capt. Bill Fralcy, li, Gibson, D. Brinsko, I. Van De Bruinhorst. T. YVilS0l1, Zllld 5. 1011115011 Third TOWS C. KCHCI3 T. DOD- cralski, R. Bruning, B. Durbin, B. Van Ness, T. Ioncs, D. Patterson, B. Thomas and L. Bond. Fourth row: P. iVil- liams, G. Lawrence, A. Feuerbach, K. Anderson and D. Heigl. Track Prospects Bright For 1969 Coach Phil Delavan Head track coach Phil Delavan ex- presses conservative optimism for the 1969 outdoor track season. He claims this year is a rebuilding year, yet the squad returns 5 of 7 first places off the 1968 C.I.C. champions. The 1968 track team repeated as C.I.C. champions winning 7 first places. That was the final year for the C.I.C. as the Hornets now join the R.M.A.C. Coach Delavan is happy with the move as now he won't have the depth problem he faced as X NW in the smaller C.I.C. 4 c The track team also performed well in 9 ' other meets throughout last year. The ' " i Hornets won honors in the Arkansas Re- lays, National's, Emporia Relays, as well as the "big three," Texas, Kansas, and Drake Relays. M X . Ni 'gs Stags? ,... ' - A . . .- ---s-31.--sy . .swlixg uses, as S, as 31, ' X Returning lettermen are headed by three-time All-American Al Feuerbach. Also there are two other Hornets who were elected for All-American honors dur- ing the 1969 indoor season, Darrell Pat- terson in the mile, and Dave Brinsko in the 1,000 yard run. Other returnees in- clude co-captains Bill Fraley and Tom Jones, along with Doug Caywood and the 440-yd. relay team. The season should be an interesting one for the Hornets. A new conference promises to bring new records, and a rise in prestige. The track heritage of Em- poria State is noteworthy, this year will be no exception. Sinai Ed Glover returns to holster the Hornet track team in the high jump. All American track members in 1968 returning for the 1969 season are Darrell Patterson, Dave Brinsko and Al Feuerbach. 166 Track Schedule Mar. 1-Kansas Federation Indoors Championship, Lawrence Mar. 21-22- Kansas State Invitation- al, Manhattan Mar. 28-29-Arkansas Relays, Fay- etteville April 3-5-Emp oria State Relays, Em- poria Apr. ll-12--Wichita Invitational, Wichita Apr. 11-12-Texas Relays Apr. 18-19-Kansas University Re- lays, Lawrence Apr. 21-Ft. Hays Dual, Emporia Apr. 25-26-Drake Relays, Des Moine Apr. 25-26-Southwest Mo. State, Springfield May 2-Pittsburg Dual, Emporia May 9-10-RMAC Conference Meet Championships, Emporia May 23-24-Missouri Valley AAU, Ottawa June 6-7-NAIA National Outdoor, Albuquerque June 13-14-USTFF National Meet June 27-28-National AAU Outdoor . Q K A Z ii 5 x : sz Q ,Q ., N T f r t 4 ft sk Q .A K K K in ix se.: Q. , ' . :Q . . Neg- sf . - . s Q W K- ' T if 'tight X' feeiigws Xml s t .ss The high hurdles, above, test at track man over ll short distance where speed and timing are desired. The dis- tance runner, right, faces the test of endurance over a distance where stamina is of prime importance. The steepleehase, below, is a test of a combination of these in running and jumping-a supreme test of stamina. ,N gig,-1 X, . rg 'XA i 1 ' N 3 K .. .. 68 Q Q atti Q QQQ Q E Baseball Squad-Front row: Greg Free, Nlarlc Klcnda, Dave Baker, Steve Iverson, Hyland Powell, Tommy Cuskin, lliclialrl Carter, 'l'czl Blake, Steve NIL,-llvain and Coat-li Cocliell. Back row: Larry lnlrgt-lit, Dave Schulze, Keith Helf- ucr, Bill Cowan. Russ Xlcycr, Darrell Tcagartlen. Iolm NlL'R.ll'. Frank Stankicwicz, lint Coan, john Moeller, Richard Kuzydym and Leland Shaffer. Hornets Win Final C. l. C. Title The Hornets won the C. I.C. baseball championship in 1968, the last year for the old C.I.C. They also posted a 26-14 won and lost record in 1968, their second season under Head Coach Larry Cochell. This year, 1969, the Hornets move into the new conference, the RMAC, and should pose a threat to win the champ- ionship in this first year of competition. There is a great deal of optimism in the Hornet camp for 1969. An excellent nucleus has returned from last season's club. Ed Hopkins leads the infield that returns all of last yearls starters. Out- fielders returning are John McRae, Tom Gushiken and Ryland Powell. Jeff Klewein gives the outfield added strength. All four Hornet pitchers from last season are back giving the team valuable experience on the mound. 169 UD , ,. ,,,,, V -V W. 1- . , fi-,ff t ,f . ff W. f. . , . , ' I f we 4' N ,, - M 1, , W' ,, , ,,,,, ,, , fw, H- ,I ,, 'f , wr ff. 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QMW,,n,,-,W,Mg21ww rf' , N, ,Jw 9 aaa, ' ' n 'f 'fy f , ss., , , V. , -I ,M ,, 4,E5:hf, M. ,, ,W ,V ff I awww' M-,I "M ,, ,,,, ,V - 4 , t , . rr gm.. -, vw f , r J' 1969 Baseball Schedule Mar. 14-College of Emporia, Home Nd, ,Q ,.,, . --if-yum, - .f..vMuM1.f ,squat iw MMNN , , 12, C23 Mar. 18-Adams State College, Home Q23 Mar. 21-University of Tulsa, Away Q23 Mar. 22-Oral Roberts University. Away, Q25 Mar. 24-Northeastern Oklahoma, Away, Q25 Mar. 25-Oklahoma Christian, Away, Q25 Mar. 26-Oklahoma Baptist, Away, Mar. 29-Omaha University, Home, Apr. 1-Wichita State, Home, Q25 Apr. 2-North Dakota State, Home, 623 Apr. 4-Wichita State, Away, Q25 Apr. 7-Buena Vista College, Home, C23 Apr. 8-Fort Hays State, Home, Q25 Apr. 11-Pittsburg State, Home, Q25 Apr. 12-Rockhurst College, Home, May 9, 1 -V-H, '--Huw, ulvlv. W 1 4. wa-fa. vnu-.u-f 1,1-,C-f.,.,-J, -'af' .uf . C29 Apr. 14-University of Kansas, Away, Q25 Apr. 15-St. Benedicts, Home, Q25 Apr. 18-William Jewell, Away, Q25 Apr. 19- Apr. 22- Apr. 25-Pittsburg State, Away Q25 Washburn, Home, Q25 Washburn, Away, Q25 Apr. 26-Central Missouri State, Home, Q25 May 1, 2, 3-Rocky Mountain Di- vision Tourney 10-Rocky Mountain Con- ference Championship Tourney, Denver 20'-H-SGD? 2+-4 Uzerqzpgqpm 7 The 1969 'fennis squad-Top row: Conch George Xlilton Loinn Dixon ,lflllll lklllslm llTIW NIIHHSOU lOl Aleslllrl and Larry Xlc-Gregor. First row: Ranclall Bridges. Kent ll islxucl lloli Dinulson Ben l'orcl C liulcs f uinoi mtl Luix Reiswig. Hornets Win C. I C Tennis Title The 1968 tennis team enjoyed an ex- cellent year, winning the conference champ- ionship in the old C.l.C. by taking first and fifth places in singles and one and two in doubles. They had a dual meet record of 14 wins and 6 losses and they also won the annual Emporia Tri-Meet with Pitts- burg State and Washburn. Prospects are good for 1969 although team strength may be down somewhat from last season. There are only two re- turning senior lettermen as compared with three last year. The squad has two prom- ising freshmen in Randall Bridge and John Jenkins. Returning lettermen are seniors Joe Aleshire and Charles Cannon. Competi- tion is keen among sophomores Jan Smith and Kent Haskard, and juniors Larry Reiswig and Gary Minnson to see who gets to travel with the team. Under Coach Milton the tennis team has been strong in competition, second or above in the old C.I.C. and with a better than average overall record. 172 MNH! Nm, 'ti ,., . 1969 TENNIS SCHEDULE Mar. 18 Bethany College Mar 20 Washburn University ltlar 24 Phillips l'niversity Mar 25 Ukla. Christian College Mar. 26 Ukla. Baptist University Apr. 1 Univ. of Nebr. Omaha Apr. 5 Tri Meet Vtlashburn University Okla. Christian College Apr. 8 NVV. Okla. State College Apr. 15 Bethany College Apr. 17 Pittsburg State College Apr. 19 Fort Hays State Apr. 22 Kansas University Apr. 26 'l'ri hleet Fort Hays State Colorado Sch. of Mines Apr. 28 Kansas University Apr. 29 Pittsburg State College May 2 home away away aw ay away away home home away home home away away home away NNV. Missouri State College home May 9-10 RMAC Championships Denver -M- The l969 Colt Squad-Top row: Dick Burney, K1-n Hopinks. Coach Pulse, Cone Lzlrgt-nt, Gary Hamlin and Curl llarrison, lfirwt row: Pnl Burney, Don Dorrel. ,lohn llundlvy and Kevin Sczulmn. Golf Team Dr. joe ia-.lst-, coach ins Dist. IO Tourne In 1968 the Hornets golf team experi- enced the best season in several years. The squad Won all of its dual matches except the one with Wichita State Univer- sity. In April they competed in the District 10 Golf Tournament at Salina, and took first place. The team actually had the best score in the conference tournament at Oma- ha but due to an unfortunate ruling they placed second in the conference. A team of Don Dorrel and Gary Hamlin won the two-man championship. Prospects for 1969 are excellent. All members of last year's squad are return- ing. In addition Gene Largent and Collin Williams are expected to add depth to the squad. On the basis of past performance and current personnel the Hornets should have another excellent year. R Aw 1 I Intramurals Are Competitive 176 Intramurals at Kansas State Teachers College are an integral part of the Physical Education program and the pro- gram enjoys more student participation probably than any other activity on cam- pus. Activities are widespread in the intra- mural competition, beginning with foot- ball in the fall and ending with softball and track in the spring. 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" . -an I F' ptr' QUE i L ... ...Lf YH il 'Q Fl Ill if Mfji 323' 'Tp 35, nanrmi., K ' A 4 .4 ' Ill Ill 2 f , i L " 1 5 i f I W HP A! 1 V 5' ' 'f'f"','-3i-..-...-f,ff,-- i, ,...-- ..---- -1-..... ..--,,......-----.. -.. - 7- ..- - .....-4...--..--Y --.,..-- -tri--..----1 Y...-.iY V f.,------T' .-.-,..-:-,,.L-7:.:......::,Ti ..-. 5 Dorm Life, or How to Live Joined under one roof, the four separate residence halls provide housing for all incoming freshman Coeds. Each hall has its own Resident Director and functions under separate governing bodies. This was the first year for upperclass women in the residence hall. There were 90 upperclass women residing in the south and east wings of Novum Hall. They assisted freshmen women in hall activities and campus orientation. Upperclass women were granted later closing hours and senior students received key privileges. Residents voice their opinions through house councils composed of hall officers and representatives from each floor. The Congress of Women's Residence Halls, the over-all governing unit, consists of each hall president and vice-president. Mrs. Ann Richardson, Assistant Dean of Women, advises the Congress. Two resi- 186 1 and Study With dent aids live on each floor to help the freshmen women adjust to college life. Two general lounges provide facilities to receive dates, view television, and visit with friends. Lounges on each floor serve as study areas, centers for late talk ses- sions, and meeting sites for floor mem- bers. Activities in the residence hall become a vital part of a coed's first year of col- lege. Residents will not forget their first 864 Coeds homecoming, dorm dinners, exhausting intramurals, hall projects, and individual- ly designed sweat-shirts. Each experience of roommates, pranks, floor parties, cram- ming sessions before finals, waiting for mail from home, and numerous seemingly small incidents carry larger personal meaning, which contributes to the develop- ment of a 'freshman coed into a mature individual. Mrs. Katherine Bowman Roving Housemother Mrs. Blodwyn Hyde Northeast Hall Mrs. Agnes Kirk Central Hall Resident Directors Mrs. Edith Hornbaker North Hall Mrs. Margaret Smerehek Novum Hall 1 l 187 , .l LEGISLATIVE BOARD -Top row: Linda Downing, Wanda DeHaven, Diane Hale, Brenda Peterson. First row: Susan Seott, Linda Ensininger, Diane Koken. Legislative Board and Resident Aids RESIDENT AIDS-Top row: Indy Prieh, Charla Richmond, Cloria Grant, jane VVelJer, Sandra Garret, lioherta Cloud, Deidre Swohoda, YVanda DeHaven, janet Shaver, Linda Barrick, Sandy Beets. Third row: Marilyn Harden, Beth Honeyeutt, Donna Nelson, Pat Bergmann, VVinnie Sorenson, head PLA., Diana Dykes, Nicki Bnrge, Trnla Helinliold, Ruth Xlneseler, Linda Ensniinger, Margaret Holdeinan. Second row: jean Seott, Cayla Knykendall, Phyllis Barnes, Barhara VVillis, Carolyn Stoering, Linda Arrington, Susan Calvert, Karen Enghreeht, Lynette Slaina, head PLA., Diane IIale, Kay Itoyse, Sharon Rediker, Diane Worland. First row: Sheila Enhank, Patsy YVells, Barhara ,lo England, Indy Barker, Ann NVinters, Connie YVeldon, Janette Elder, Carol Spencer, Diane Koken. 188 5 Q11-QM, N ww: ' . Ig., ,sigw . - - I .-,b : up 90 ' fi NV' ., Y Hwy 5 ,El AQuiet Moment -.,..,,....N in Central '? CENTRAL OI"FIClCliSf'l'op row: Linda Downing, lmusv mzmugcrg Limlu Cochran, S4'CI'Cl2lI'j'1 Dizmc XYUV- lund, vicv-prcsidcm. First row: SlN'l'I'f' Rm-k, prcsi- clcntg Margo Miner, fI'CLlSllI'L'l'l Norma Fox. purlimcn- tilfillll. in N X 'X A,f,f 'h'W,A' f, .QmGMMZzffZ6Mfi?24fZ 555715- M 1 Ar orth Girls Share Hours of Friendship W ,.....-1 , fy .,""fn1zxm Eyimwsxigm g s 192 Qbs mv WW' l-Wir... NORTH OFFIClCHSk'l'0p row: Rita Swcndvr, trcus- Y urvrg Eluinv Bender, house lIlllI12l,Lfl'l'1 Cimrla Ricinnond. vice--prcsidvnt. First row: llobcrlu Shaffer, sucrctury Connie Kimble, president. I 193 19 NORTHEAST OFFICERS-Top row: Rlmae Finlay, sccrctaryg Ian Goodall. presidcntg Brenda Peterson, housc- manager. First row: Iva Smith, trcasurerg Barbara NVillis, vice-president. 4 ,Na-wk 2 Dear Dad and Mom... X of Q is N yi! 5 Girls Share Gift of Gab EL 196 NOVUM OFFICERS-Top row: XVuncla Engle, score tary, Linclu McGinnis, trcnsnrcrz Linda Barrick, R. A representative. First row: Carolyn Rice, vice-presi dent, Susan Scott, judicial board, Connie Clark, presi dent. New N ovum Presents . .. 5 'N ... .en-N ., ...x W-'A ff! WTA X.....,.-1 2 -'W' ,ff-cf :W 4,1 ,I S x 99 TwZ'2m,,4 ,g fy wff.if,wi , J :iraqi V k:mg,,'f0i , if .rw ,. , l , ' E ,ai Y ,Y KVSKQ- Nw, u,. . ' 3-T' x s , g , 1 N1 , V W, . A ' A - fxfffm ,if '. gun-:3tf S Zi? Q V1 fu- - 4 M 0f --g.2..'S2 ,QV ,wa X, 6 W ,f,1,?:- WY. 'LQ'-, A, H x 1 YH! 2.2. ,Q :gg 1 'M 1 Ms, 5 ig 'jf' fn' . f ,, 5' , fi fj"42,1yQ.M 1 fi' 2 , f' V 53, vzgfff' fgJ,f"0f y,,,,,4l5FQ 2 My ,4.A.,. 451594, X 'gfmg:'Q2Wf,n wffffi ggvifgaj-1,QA4z ?g?fg 1192 Q wswffff iafg' L h ,annum E nu 2 4 Singular - Trusler Hall The school year 1968-69 brought new and exciting experiences into the lives of the freshmen who lived in Singular- Trusler Hall. From the first few days of bewilder- ment to the last good-byes, the men credited many adventures to themselves. Getting settled into the hall occupied the time and energy of the men. Dorm elections followed, with Tim Paul elected as president. The hall officers guided the dorm through the year and offered the men a variety of activities, including ex- change dances with the Womenis Resi- dence Hall. The dorm took first place with their float for Homecoming. Christmas events, Parent's Day, open house, schol- astic dinners, and many other activities rounded out the year for the dorm men. The residence hall was quite proud of their intramural teams. One floor team went 7-0 for the season in touch football. When spring brought farewell days to the freshmen residents, many memories of activites, sports, studies, and girls stirred up interest for the incoming fall term. 20 - S X ,KX 9 521 ,mn X age 9 W Q ' vi' if -, 4 . kr 5 x . 4 S V' 'W S"'5 3, x 5 Jw 5 "' M 1 h f 51 b '2'v'?q?i'1'xsV' f' X . h k 'R' 9" W ff f, ' , ' LY ,t f, J W ,?,fzXf"': ,' ,,wAz A , 5 J, A-V259 Q 1 UF, 9 M' OFFICE ASSISTANTS -Top row: Arthur Leoso Ripley, Keith Croueh, David C-uth, VVilliam Gress, Dennis Cunnn. Second row: Alan Townsend, Kenneth Farrell, Brent Sherwood, Doug Myers. First row: David Yourdon, Mike Novak, Bill LeGalley. Office Assistants and Resident Aids RESIDENT AIDS-Top row: Thomas NVilson, Iohn jones, J. Michael Scars, Duh Staleup, assistant supervisor, Pat- rick WVarner. First row: Terry Owens, Greg Peterson, Larry lilliott, eounselorg ltohert Brown, Bruce Meyer. Not pictured: Tom Engalls, Dennis Cuunn. T T205 204 An Assorted Collection of Experiences j s 5 205 wwf W x fkp . .1 ae fh M YW ,V 4 ,V I W, ,J 'Mpw X 5. a e f ef,:,,g ff f f 2 ,f f 4 A "" 1 ,.w,,,. ,Q g ff , , Q A 49? f WEE ,f 1 WW, gf... N M ma. swf' na-W - . an 'Q J - , wana Q 4 ,, ,ln W T viii Jw", 1, iii A ,.,r,. jig. 22, Nm yi? VL A 3 W X,? , 4 ,F ,Y W 1 J ,wif ' if Q, L , ,Qw ,1 xxwyq, f-,fs T4 f' , Ups W MV And The Beat Goes On 2' X x il 9 'Gr 207 TAU BETA SIGMA-Top row: Carol Unruh, Delores Davis, Kathy Flack, Rebecca Frankenbery, Mary Fesmire, Ann Osrnundson, historian. First row: Evelyn VVeherg, president, Teri XVehb, secretary, Sally McNees, Theresa Taylor, Georgia Marquart, vice-president, Susan Folck, treasurer. Tau Beta -Sigma Tau Beta Sigma has witnessedagroup of young women become actively engaged with their music, thus strengthening the band and making work seem like play. They stimulate campus leadership and foster close relationship between college bands. They co-sponsored a "get-acquainted picnic" for new band students with Kappa Kappa Psi. They also held a slave day, an ice cream social, Pops Concert, and ticket and popcorn sales. Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is an honorary band fraternity honoring outstanding bandsmen. The members help and im- prove the band in any possible way they can. The yearls events included an ice cream social, Parent's Day reception, and Band Day Picnic. Since 1962, the fraternity has grown from six to thirty members. KAPPA KAPPA PSI -Top row: Niark VV. Dice, Ioluuiy L, VViley, Dana N1eCormick, seeretaryg Tom Kutina, sergeant- at-arms- Charles Kessler, llugh Clark, Donald XIcDaniel. Second row: Nielberu YV. Nixon, sponsorg Vernard Johnson, Stan L. Smith Mack XI. NVoods. M. Cletson Cox, Glenn H. Rodgers, lohu N. lloth. First row: Dan Mize, Tour Wil- eox, Charles VVeil, Carry Teglituieyer, vice-president, James Phillips, john Laing, president. Dennis Eddy, I Blxlft Bl'.lA l5l',lA-lop row: lwrailcl llt'IlIl1'il', lllSllJl'illll1 Stvw- 'luirlxxc-ll, 1Jl'1'Nlllk'lllL Don l.a1uv, Sm-oncl row: Ross Hairy' rlllltlfll, I'1't'Ul'tllllQ SUKTC'ftll'f'fll't'ilNllI't'l'1 Shirley llc-lwlr Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is an honorary fra- ternity for students of the biological sci- ences. Tri-Beta emphasizes a three-fold program consisting of stimulation of sound scholarship, dissemination of sci- entific knowledge, and promotion of bi- ological research. Activities include the Regional Con- vention, the Founders Day Banquet, and the Christmas Party. Sldtlklllllllll Klart- blolmwn, clllI'lS lJllUl'lxS1'Il, Bron-lt K1'c'tsi11Qt'r l'11'st row: IJRIIICS l.lj'll7l', x1c'r'-pivsiclvlllg Sally Sm- XlcNccs Emporia State Players Sponsoring and participating in the All American Season, the Emporia State Players completed another successful year. A film series, Experimental Theatre productions, and a variety show were their major functions. The 60-member group also held an annual Open House, a Christmas formal, and a spring picnic. ISNIPORIA STATE PIAYEIKS-'I'op Row: Dt-an llcrgcnrcdcr, Gary Thompson, blames Scllcrs. Third row: Bolicrt Wliitc, Dalcnc Davis, Janis' Edwards, corrc-spoiiding SCt'l'0l1ll'yQ Ian ,lllkCIlll0liZ. Sec-ond row: Don llciman, Vivian Baumzui, MuryAm1 lssnalcs, vice--prcsirlcnt, Lt-c Kolicn, prt-sidcntg llvta St-hliek, recording sccrn-tz11'y, Larry Chiplcy, Kcnm-th Brcilcroitx. First row: Larry Paltton, Bulpln Tlioinzis, Bolwrt P4-tcrson, historiang Donna Xvillllfl, lI'CLlSlll'CI'Q Sully Krockcr. RUSSIAN Cl,UBf'l'op row: Victor Rasanet, Roger li. Findlay, sponsor, Paul Fein, lohn Reeves. First row: Nancy XVrigl1l, jackie Nleilillivray, president, Vicki NVatkins, secretary, Carol LRoseinarynoskij Slllllll, vice-president: Elaine lioelnniller. Russian Club To develop cultural interests and de- rive social benefits from the Russian lan- guage and culture is the purpose of the Russian Club. With a membership of twenty-five, various lectures and picnics were ar- ranged. Annual events include a Siberian Picnic and a banquet. Caduceus The Caduceus Society is interested in the field of healing arts and strive to pro- vide an opportunity for the members to become more familiar with the various medical professions. Meetings are geared toward provid- ing information regarding career oppor- tunities in the medical sciences. CADUCEUS-Top row: Kendall Reel, Mike Clark, Sixth row: Mike Talley, jane Lopez, Sandy XVidler, Dana Dono- van, Harriet Sehierling, Sandy Garrett, jerri Howell. Fifth row: Mark Kadack, C. R. Hopper, Peter Martin, Robert King, Terry lleeney, Cameron Knackstedt, Tom Docrr. Fourth row: Margaret Suber, Diane Handke, Mary Thorn, Sharon VanCleve, Patricia Richards, Hazel McAtee, Beth Little. Third row: Xlary joe Richards, Kay Mitchell, Eileen jones, Susie Stewart, Arnold Berk, joseph E. Plankinton, Mrs. joseph E. Plankinton. Second row: Debbie Biggs, lnlia Bradley, Christine Erickson, Jana Sclinackenberg, Susan Crill, Linda Lewis, Bonnie Howard. First row: Steve Brown, Vice-president, Marie Micky, treasurer, Brock Kretsinger, president, Caylen Neufeld, sponsor, Richard Keeling, SPOIISOT. SICQXI X lJl'll.'I'X l'l f 'limp VIIXXI .lanwt l3iin1t'y, Xlariannc Nialonc, lfloycl Knclinlioff, prcsiclcntg lionnic Allcn, AlLlCllll Niillcr glanct Lowry, Alndi l.1lIttllN, Xlary llv11tl1o1'11c-. vicc--prcsidcnt. First row: David Travis, sponsorg Carol Hoard, lulit liowt-ll, SCt'l'ttlEtI'f1 Mary gxllll l1t1I'St'Il, Kristy Baptist, AIII2lll2lClIlii4'TTCZ, ltosclXla1'icl'1ootl1. Sigma Delta Pi Sigma Delta Pi is an honorary or- ganization for students who excell in Span- ish language and literature. Activities are scheduled and aimed to support and strengthen the background of Spanish majors. Sigma Delta Pi is a national club and was established at the Teachers Col- lege in 1956. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA-Top row: llcggy O'Ncil, Pain Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota upholds the highest ideals of musical education and promotes bonds of musical interest and understand- ing between foreign countries. In its 30th year on the campus, the chapter ushers for concerts and performs for clubs. The American Composers Re- cital, State Day Convention, Music Hall Christmas Dance, and many Artist series are sponsored by the group. Fowlcr, editor, joycc llognc, Carol llavden, Iuclitli Nclson , . , Carol Unruli. cliapling Susan Bnrcli, trcasnrcrg Elaine S111itl1,prcsidcnt, Ann Bolining, lfvclyn W'c-lverg. Second row: Susan Traw, vice-prvsidcntg Diann Danicl, Cindy McCaskill, Carolyn Harlow, -lodic Cocring, Candy 'I'crrill, rccord- ing Si't'I't'ltlTy1 .lanicv Brock. Barbara Peterson, corresponding sccrc-tary1 Mary Nanney. First row: SusanncDonathan, Charis llarlwr. Diana Nlnllin, publicity cliairniang Nancy Brandt, lianra ltcasc, Indy VVilcl1, Judy Townla-y. 211 Student Education Association -X Sunday afternoon finds SICA officers busy. Right: Xizirslia Bmuk. pwsiciviitg Cindy Iiootli, il'l'2lSllI't'l'l Linda Lindccn iistoriung Anita Brooks, nvwslc-ttcr 1-ditor. Loft: Vicki llviuy. an-L-rvtanryg klnciy llnrrcillurink, vicv-prcsimlvnt. 212 SEA carried the Christmas spirit to Emporia rest homes before the holidays. The Student Education Association is supported by a membership of nearly 500. The group helps future teachers get an understanding of the process and pro- fession of teaching, and acquaints them with a professional teachers organization. ln 1969 SEA concentrated on the "School Crisis Alertf, which is a pro- gram to inform Kansans of the edu- cational deficiencies in the state. The club also attempted to gain support for the 556,500 minimum base salary resolution which requests that beginning teachers not sign contracts for less than 36,500 for the '69-770 Kansas school year. The reso- lution was passed because students in Kan- sas saw the need of raising teaching stand- ards. SEA filled-in an active year by deco- rating the college's front entrance for Homecoming, holding a master teacher reception and tea, giving two S100 schol- arships, and donating money to the "old school housew fund. 213 lx Club bonfire burns Omaha Indian dummy. K - Club "KM Club is both an honorary and a service organization. Each member must have lettered in a varsity sport at the Teachers College, which classifies the club as an honorary group. lts purpose is to improve the athletic image and the com- munication between the athlete, faculty, and school. K-Club's 75 members performed ser- vices and participated in various projects such as the Lettermanls banquet, All-sports banquet, "Athlete of the Yearw award, and Homecoming rally and bonfire activities. lx Cllllli-'top nm: 111111, l,11xx'1't'11c-cz :Xllun l"x'1u'1'lmcl1, svruullnt-all-rllwnsg C111-gg XYi'l'llL'l', llill l'll'LlIl'y. Ihlv clllSllllllN'lTf'. ill rlvs llixitto. llzwiql lirinslio, Dt-nnis l7l'lIllOIll. Bob Slylllllllhlil. First nm: U11 George' Hilton. sponsor: ltllwyn toy. Steve Xyllllilllilll. 5l'L'l'Cl.lI'f'L Stn-xr' XlL'llX.llIl. Xiu--pn-sitlc'ntg flllllfli Snlxvn, prcsiclcntg Xllllli Klvmlu. Noun' llllllllllg, ll't'LlSlll'i'l'Q Clittbolll lJt'llklS5, L-orrvspollrlillg St't'l't'l'll'X 214 Pine Library Club PINE Llllll,-XHY CLUBf'l'0p row: Clizlrlvs Current, Larry lizllilc-, Carolyn It-nliins, -Iauiics llliotlvs, Loon llivvl, -luclitli ll. lllunlccnlnnrg, Slit-fry l'owvrs, Nancy Corclon, jenn Ford. Ser-oncl row: Larry C111-4-iiwrmtl, Virginia llvitzvlit-x'g, Mary llatnnali, Xlargic Spangler, Cora 'liiliur-lm, Nlary lfrrm Ilzlrvvy, lClclomin lDn-XYic-sv, Xlary Slit' Nvvitt. First row: janic llnrlt, vice'-pix-siclmit1 Allan Skurp, prcsiclt-ntg llzml I'Iv1'1'4-rel, l1'c'us111'4-ix lrcnt- llanson, Sponsor. The Pine Library Club is a depart- mental organization on the Teachers Col- lege campus. Miss Irene Hanson is spon- sor of the organization which strives to stimulate interest and growth in librarian- ship. The organization was established at KSTC in 1952. The highlights of the year include a paperback book fair, Christmas party, and assisting in library orientation for Freshmen. PINE LIBRARY CLUB-Top row: Anclrcs Orclono, jim lloopt-r, Cliarlvs llinnsu, llclio Narclo, liugcnio llcvilla, Jorge C1ll'l'0. Second row: Alnnctl Cztllul, Lois Sclnicbcrgcr, Alice- Crt-vt-ling, Qlaniiu- Baker, llaul lIK'1'l'l'1'il, lllC2ll'dO Esquivel. First row: Greta-lien l"ngcrlJerg, Nlzirilyn Brocliv. Lois lJllCl'liSl'll, Xlury 1,1111 Ilorslcy. 216 QUIVIRA-Top row: Keith Denniston, Paul Hahn, Gary Nicklin, Green Wyrick. First row: Linda Duffy, Mar- garet Martin, Sharon Parker, Lois Markley. Quivira Literary Club Through the help of the Quivira Lit- erary Club, student writing on the Teach- ers College campus was promoted. With a membership of 50 this year, the club met weekly to show and discuss films of literary merit. The annual project of Quivlira is the production of the "Quivira Literary Magazine," which contained collections of student writing and art work. Psi Chi Psi Chi is a National Honorary So- ciety in Psychology. Sponsored by Dr. D. H. Cass, this organization has been on the Teachers College campus for five years. Besides the lectures and discussions by professionals in Psychology, there is an annual Initiation Banquet. The major concern of Psi Chi is to promote professionalism in the field of Psychology. PSI CHI-Top row: Iames Shepard, Cary Viterise, president, Hurschel Buscher, Jerry Keimig, Dr. Joseph A, Barto, Dr. Henry I. Patterson. Second row: Louise Patteson, Susan Shults, Jim Meeker, David Hoard, Tom Balke, Nlauvice Schmidt, Roger Oldchoeft, Terry Williams, Judy Strain, vice-president. First row: Carolyn Rae Colaw, Linda Zehley, Virginia Daniels, Pam Warner, Cheryl Edmunds, Linda Poss, Anita Smith, secretary-treasurer, Linda Bernice james, Shirley Eubanks, Lois Markley, Lois Patterson. 217 Phi Beta Phi Beta Lambda is a co-educational fraternity for students at the college or university level who are preparing for careers in business and business educa- tion. This organization is devoted to pro- viding young adults with educational, vo- cational, and leadership experiences. Stu- dents are provided an opportunity to par- ticipate as individuals in group endeavors and projects. Phi Beta Lambda, which grew out of a proposal made by Dr. Hamden L. Fork- ner, Columbia University, during the school year of 1937-1938, and was ac- cepted by the National Council for Busi- ness Education in 1940, has enjoyed con- Lambda tinued growth and success. Dynamic changes have added depth to the original concept of Phi Beta Lambda. The Teachers College Chapter has displayed initiative indicative of their lead- ership by chartering and establishing col- legiate chapters of the Administrative Man- agement Society and Personal Manage- ment Association. The result has been to provide jun- iors and seniors with a means to meet and discuss specific interest with business- men in particular fields. Besides broadening their scope, they have continued to maintain and better their past performance. Phi Beta Lambda-Top row: Craig Orrison, administrative assistant, Carl W'inn, co-chairman of membership, Rick Hy- man, local and national president, Richard F. Reicherter, advisor. Second row: Dusty Blioades, vice-president, Doug Berger, liason vice-president of PMA, Dub Wliarry, historian, Curtis Weeks, liason vice-president of AMS, Jody Prath- er, viee-president of projects, Tim Cnau, treasurer. First row: Bob Hollinger, vice-president of programs and state vice-president, Tonetta Tincher, recording secretary, Cheryl Cantrell, corresponding secretary, Susan Carey, eo-chair- man of membership, Patty Laipple, executive secretary, Hal Redford, public relations director. 218 Rick Hyman, National and Local President At the state convention, hosted by their chapter for the past nine years, they won the largest chapter membership. Bob Hol- linger was elected state vice-president, Fred Irwin was chosen Mr. Future Business Executive, Bob Peterson was chosen Mr. Future Business Teacher, Bonnie Peterson was chosen Miss Future Business Teach- er, and Judy Jackson was chosen Miss Future Business Executive. Other honors won were the chapter exhibit, original project, and chapter activities report. Fifteen members of the chapter were hon- ored as selections in Who's Who in Phi Beta Lambda. Dr. Don Tate from Ari- zona State University was the guest speaker. Twenty-five representatives from the Teachers College chapter went to Wash- ington D.C. for the national convention in June. At the convention Rick Hyman was elected national president. Another top honor was Fred Irwin winning Mr. Future Business Executive. National recognition was received for largest chap- ter membership, chapter activities report, and the most outstanding Phi Beta Lamb- da chapter in the nation. Phi Beta Lambda develops leadership by aiding individuals to profit by their mistakes and take suggestions and criticisms directed toward improvement of themselves so that they may serve busi- ness and their community in the future. Activities of the Lambda chapter in- cluded monthly chapter meetings with speakers, selected from various branches of business, fall membership picnic, spon- soring FBLA in the high school, annual Career Day, and traveling to AMS and PMA meetings. Sponsors and advisors are Richard F. Reicherter, Marcella Mouser, Nona Berghaus, and James Kirby. Robert Hollinger, State Vice-President and Local Vice- President in Charge of programs 219 2 . ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY OF- National PBI. president, Rick Hyman, address Nebraska FICERS - Curtis Weeks, president, Bob Hollinger, vice- State convention. president, Craig Orrison, secretary, Carl Vfinn, treasurer, Ph. B L Doug Berger, historian, Rick Hyman, public relations, In Richard Reicherter, faculty advisor. 1 a a IC s 3 Members of the executive council became chefs at the fall picnic. 22 P1 Omega P1 Pi Omega Pi, honorary business edu- V cation society, strives to create and en- courage interest and promote scholarship A in business education, to aid in civic bet- W Q W nnin .. terment in colleges and universities, and to A encourage and foster high ethical stand- ards in business and professional life. Mu chapter, organized at KSTC in 1929, is one of the largest chapters in the nation. Mu chapter devotes its energies to various projectsg such as, a business teach- er's conference in the fall, a Christmas party for the faculty of Business and Busi- ness Education, a yearbook-Mu Pi Omegan, an awards banquet for outstand- ing business majors, and a scholarship for a student of business teaching. During the Christmas break, delegates from Mu chapter attended the National Convention of Pi Omega Pi held in Chi- cago. Mu chapter was recognized before the national convention as the outstand- ing chapter in the nation for 1967. l State representative, Richard Mankin. spoke at thc an- nual Spring banquet. PI OMEGA Pl -Top row: Mary Cortiana, Helen Stiner, Coleen Sigel, Caroline NVinkelhauer, Donna Frohardt, histor- ian, Thomas Wilson, Frank G. Uphoff, president. Second row: Melvin llynek, Sandra Becker, Catherine A. Evans, vice-president, Marsha Schroeder, Sue Street, Karen Gjengdahl, Nlrs. Anita Pitko, sponsor. First row: George VVal- ters, sponsor, Carol Ann Kiene, Carol Hawthorne, secretary, Rita Nlae NVQ-ndling, Lynette Slaina, treasurer, Patty Laipple, Patricia Tyler. Not pictured: Nancy Groneinan, vice-president, David Allen, Donna Conner, Linda Elen- burg, Forrest Hartcnbower, Linda lioop, Lynda Planer, Gloria Rifenhark, Dorothy XVL-ndling. l 222 l 4 A.P.O. sponsors thc annual "Great Canoe Race." The A,P,O,'5 drafted newmembers dm-ing 0,-gani- zation Night. Alpha Phi Omega Highlights of the year for Alpha Phi The purpose of this service organiza- Omega, a fraternity for men, consisted of tion is to further scouting interests and the 'iGreat Canoe Race," the Annual Book aid the school community, and fellow stu- EXChHDge, and M11 Legs COHteSf- The dents. The Epsilon Alpha chapter is af- APOS served the Te-21CheI'S College by filiated with the national Alpha Phi Omega ushering for various functions and helping Organization, with Freshman Orientation and homecom- ing. ALPHA PHI OMEGA-Top row: Jim Smith, Robert Ricklefs, Jerry Rittgers, secretary, Dave Higginbotham, Clinton Courtney. Clifford Courtney, DeYVayne VValls, Joe VanLuchcne, Larry Caldwell, Gary Turner, Warren Cross, Ken- neth Farrell, Alan Cram, Jerry Crum, Paul Fein, Richard Kceling, sponsor, William P. Edwards, sponsor. Second row: John Rues, John Brewer Jr., Roy Sullivan Jr., Leonard E. Unruh, David Shinn, Steve Brown, Jerry Cindric, Third vice-president, Leon Edwards, Roy Morgan, John Sauter, Jeff Long, sergeant-at-arms, Jan Cutcher. First row: Wil- lard H. Skog Jr., Bob Hamman, Jim Precht, Lee Torkclson, Guy Skog, Dennis B. Pratt, Severt A. Anderson, treasurer, Stevc Cmin, historian, John Laing, Larry Sclilosser, president, Ray Martin, Ronald NlcColpin, first vice-president, Bill Gress, David Guth, second vice-president, Robert L. Dahbs. , if .,.. .'t' , san.-LQ, - 223 Home Economics Chapter To promote professional attitudes KHEA State Convention, Community among home economic majors is the pur- Christmas project and a day for the area pose of the Teachers College Home Eco- high school girls interested in home eco- nomics Chapter. The annual activities in- I10IT1iCS- Theta Epsilon is the home economics clude a spaghetti supper, spring banquet, honor sorority. HOME ECONOMICS CHAPTER-Top row: Charlotte Savacool, VVanda Preston, Carole Thomas, Martha Hoskinson, Debra Totten, Revelyn Alpaugh, Karen Hiebert, Iustina Riter, Becky Burch, Diana Hook, Betty Rowley, Dona Johnson. Third row: Iudy VViggins, Karen Turner, Rose Wende, Jeannine Deets, Virginia Seiwert, Darlene Miller, Ruth Rossil- lon, Beverly Stull, Lois Temple, Mary McCain, Ianelle Kinsley, Becky Anderson. Second row: Mrs. Marian Wilson, sponsor, Theta Epsilon, Bonnie Hill, Paula Bross, Karen Casche, Mary Lou Misak, Sharlyn Say, Janna NVatson, Donna Perez, Jean Cordon, Phyllis Siebuhr, Mrs. Dorothy Dotson, sponsor, Home Economies College Chapter, First row: Ianice Redekerf Connie Shieldsf president, Nancy Schoenfelder, secretary, Pain Linhartf vice-president, Barbara See, social chairmang Ianice Smethers, publicity chairman. Cudenotes Theta Epsilon 1116IHlJCI'S.J 224 T Pi Gamma Mu - Social Science Club "tiff" if - . wi? '+f+l"g'f fig 2 A A Ati? gil? fra, ,iirvfgg ':,,jl8.g,,2rfiw1g, friifyf A' Us Q rrmggurgtgi it it . 3 WK V. iw' it ri '.r. A. +++w'5f.y+'sl9: .. ma.,m w oy' wqzf' iQy'iz,"fV,r gk Q . fvffff 'iivoq vial Fatt' 'Q Yi H t .QA 4. msw, ff. eg'tf2+'i+:1f 2 'Q' NY 4. r i if? 'ti '+'t'3'lw ,ma 909 f' 'Q QQ , f'fi"fff??'T c'5+.r 4 in, gb: ,...,-,. Pi Gamma Mu and the Social Science Club work together and meet jointly. Their purpose is to promote scholarship in the social studies and to achieve synthesis therein, to inspire social service to hu- manity by an intelligent approach to the solution of social problems, to encourage sympathy toward others with different opinions. Annual events include a spring and fall initiation banquet, a spring picnic and election, Organization Night, and the Schroeder Memorial Lecture. Membership is limited to students in the field of social sciences, and members of Pi Gamma Mu must have at least 20 hours of social science with a 3.0 GPA in these hours. All students with a major or minor in social science are eligible to join the Social Science Club. Dr. Joe Phillips represented George Wallace in a debate with speakers for the Presidential candidates, Nixon and Humphrey. The Pi Gamma Mu-Social Science Club sponsored debate drew a room-full of students as well as heated discussions. PI GAMMA MU-SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB-Top row: Colonel Thomas Badger, Dr. William H. Seiler, Jack Traylorf' Alex Bressler. Third row: Bob Heninf vice-president, Steve Birbeckf' Allen Busentizf Sidney C. Mac- Laren, Lynn M, Van Buren, James McDermet, Mike Troutman, Steven Orcutt, Daniel Swenson. Second row: Rich- ard Lumleyf Ralph Dennis VVeed," Neil Birneyf Martin Lindemannf' Manuel Justizf' president, Yvonne Donaldson, Marietta Lloyd, Kathy Grothjan, Dr. Samuel E. Dicks, co-sponsor. First row: Dr. R. C. Anderson, sponsor, Pamela Lindenmeyer, Renee Dirks, Marilyn Murphyf Jane Simms, Arvina Lumley," Janice Vickers," Janice Langvardt' Not pictured: Lynda Lassmanf' secretary-treasurer, Sister Mary Alice Ambergf Norma Birk," Ronald Fennanf William Finuff' Nita Foulksf Jerry Martin," Nancy Ritterf Bruce Simsf Dianna Leupold," Wesley Simonson,' Suzanna Switzer," Ann Winters," Robert Hartsookf' Cadenotes Pi Gamma Mu members.J 225 The Beta Theta chapter of Pi Lambda Theta is an honor and professional asso- ciation for women in education. The as- sociation is open to junior, senior, and graduate women who rank in the upper quarter of their class and have special approval. Its purpose is to recognize women of superior scholastic achievement and high potential for professional leadership, to foster creativity and academic excellence at all educational levels, to support, ex- tend, and interpret the function of educa- tion in a democracy, and to demonstrate the power of the competence in the body of knowledge unique to the profession. In spring, national officers visited Pi Lambda Theta members at a Founders Day Luncheon. During the Christmas sea- son, the club planned a party for under- priviledged. The service project this year was to help the committees made up of certain professors and instructors in the self study of the Laboratory Schools. Pl LAMBDA TIIETA Top row Frinees Jones sponsor Donna Rhodes, Diane VVorland, Winnie Sorenson, Anna Cribtree Carolyn Heitmin Linda Winquist Miry jlne Smith, Bonnie Goodwill. Third row: Frances James, Donna Nlclfinn Carolyn Horst Punili Orth Iinet Lowry lla Umherger, Cheryl Sanders, Carol Burbridge, Anita jones Second row Pitty Laipple Debbie Hiyes Anni Skeen Clrolyn Conrow, Kathie Eckert, Iezin Fox, Sally Hutsler. First row Sindy Dodd Dune bukuyoshi Tonetti fineher recording secretary, Linda St. john, treasurerg Lois Hager corresponding sccretary Eh mor Brewer Merle Sukimoto Not pictured: Linda Lindeen, presidentg Linda Horvath hurman Cwnell Trosper, historian, Irene Hansen, sponsor. Mu Epsilon Nu The purpose of Mu Epsilon Nu is to further the profession of teaching. They strive to fulfill this by sponsoring guest speakers, teaching trips, scholarship awards, and being of service to school functions. jiin Kcstncr, jim Eubanks, and Dr. Stibal present Presi- dent Visser with an honorary incinbcrship to Blu Epsilon Nu. Mu Epsilon Nu is a new organiza- tion at the Teachers College, being estab- lished in February of 1968. They have grown from a membership of 16 to 25. MU EPSILON NU-Top row: jiin Eubanks, vice-president, Stephen Borkhind, LeRoy Boline, Peter E. Lawlor, historian, Michael R. Brower, national historiang Dr. VVillard O. Stibal, advisor. First row: Ron Longhofer, Gary L. Vitvrise, national president, Rod Mulcahey, secrotaryg Dan Brown, Donald Arasimowicz, treasurer, Jim Kestner, president. Not pictured: N, M. Patton, ineinbership chairman. 227 Q U :ig .ge S. Q til? 1 M5 . fo' MTN A ' f- M 'fff M- H . . T... T f EPSILON PI TAU-Top row: Norman Ashbaugh, Harold O. Woods, Glenn Atherly, H. Dwane DeWeese, Arlen Rcgier, Rex Ford, Phares Bross, Charles Bell, Ronald Shipley. Third row: Virden L. Tumer, Noel O. Mintz, Richard McCoy, Norval Harris, James Weininann, Wilbur Mitchell, Delton johnson, Carl Rolf. Second row: Dr. E. L.. Barn- hart, Robert D. Hogan, Lynn Fitzsirnmons, vice-president, Leslie Neff, Dan Hanney, president, Charles Peterson, Richard Henderson, Billy Throm, Ronald Boettcher, secretary-treasurer. First row: Rex Allen, Eric Priest, Raymond Sherley, Donald Cox, Everett Sowers, Pat Koehler. Epsilon Pi Tau is a national honor- ary fraternity in the field of Industrial Arts. It has been on the Teachers College U campus for twenty years. Epsilon Pl, Tau The purpose of EPT is to recognize outstanding scholastic achievement and research and to promote professional standards in Industrial Arts. Helping to make scholarship plaques for the measurement bureau was one of the activities of EPT this year. Climaxing each school year is an annual banquet. Sponsors for Epsilon Pi Tau are Dr. E. L. Barnhart and Mr. Dale Hogan. 228 INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Top row: Dennis L. McClnskey, Maurice Bcnninga, Mac Provost, Richard Naurnann, Richard Xiillcr, Jay Houser, Ion Hawkins, jerry Howurter, Second row: Orlin Zink, john jones, Charles Cronn, Edward Muni, VVillia1n Brinker, Roger Seyler, Clifford WVeeks, First row: Robert Buck, Clenn Crouch, Paul YVesseler, Ccrnlcl Stnowe, Dennis McCallum, Don Allen, Leland Lawrenz. Industrial Arts Club The annual Teachers College In- The 50 members combine efforts to dustrial Arts Fair is the primary project promote interest in Industrial Arts and to of the Industrial Arts Club. All high school promote fellowship among the members students throughout the state who are in- of the organization, terested in the field of Industrial Arts are invited to attend. The organization also held a club picnic. INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Top row: Leslie Key, Vernon Young, William Fargo, John Ackert, Carl Farley, Gary Nutt, president, Harold NVoods. Second row: Conrad Blittenmeyer, Stephen Gish, Norman Winter, Stephen Ward, John Marcotte, Charles Bell, sponsor. First row: james Bills, Earnest Tamayose, Ronald Shilling, Lester Abel, Ronald Boettcher, secretary, James Hein, reporterg Virden Turner, sponsor. 229 x xg Q Wi A short play incorporating music was only one of the Black VVeek activities in which Phi Kappa Alpha meni- bers participated. Phi Kappa Alpha was founded in 1964 as a social service organization. The group consisted of twenty-five members. In carrying out its social-service func- tions, Phi Kappa Alpha sponsored a spring dance. During the holidays mem- bers made Thanksgiving-Christmas baskets. The organization also partici- . pated in Black History Week. Phl Kappa Under the leadership of Darrel Yeaney, sponsor, and Mildred Clayton, president, Phi Kappa Alpha rnet every Wednesday in the Memorial Union. PHI KAPPA ALPHA-Shirley Brown, social service chairman, Linda james, vice-president, Mildred Clayton, presi dent, Kathleen Dixon, publicity-chairman, Phyllis Cason, secretary. rf . W VW W V Circle K "We build" is the motto of the Teach- ers College Circle-K Club, which was founded by the off-campus Kiwanis Club. As a service organization, the men of Circle-K strive to develop aggressive achers Coll citizenship, to provide an opportunity for 'Se' C290 leadership training, to encourage school spirit and student participation in ac- tivities, to provide a practical means of forming lasting friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build better com- munities. Active on and off campus, Circle-K paged at the Model United Nations, usher- ed at programs, worked in the Scholar- ship Inn concession stand, and aided the Salvation Army in its annual Christmas bell-ring. The group also helped the Ki- wanis Club in their community activities. A spring banquet brought the year to a close. Emporia CIRCLE K - Top row: John Pratt, John Smith, sponsor. Second row: Othello Meadows, Denis Stanley, Duane Mitch- ell, Harold Schurmn, Herman Williams, Joe Vanlauchene, Alan Doolittle, John Greenlee, vice-president, First row Michael Dicken, LaMonte Roach, Mike Troutman, Michael Miles, David Foster, James Demiet, treasurer, Ralph WVC- ed, president. 231 ALPHA BETA-Top row: Linda Barrow, secretary, Cherry Cough, vice-president, Jeanne C. Galley, sponsor. Bot- tom row: Kathryn Hatfield, treasurer, Linda St. Iohn, assistant editor, Sandy Copeland, president. Not pictured: Beth Hatch, jeane Frye, Beverly Yenzer, editor. Alpha Beta The purposes of the Alpha Beta Hon- orary Service Organization are to pro- mote scholarship among the women of the Physical Education department, to co- operate with the Physical Education Club, to promote a professional attitude within the major group, and to strive for high goals for oneself, the school, and the com- munity. Requirements for eligibility are to be a second semester junior, have a grade- point of 2.5 in general education courses, a 3.0 in physical education and health courses, and be recommended by the fac- ulty. This organization is under the leader- ship of Miss Jeanne Galley. Men's Physical Education Club As one of the professional organiza- tions at the Kansas State Teachers Col- lege devoted to the promotion of Ments Physical Education, this club has immense responsibilities. Its first responsibility is to instill a professional attitude in the majors of Physical Education. Secondly, it attempts to create an atmosphere of aroused and intense interest in Physical Education. A third responsibility is to increase profes- sional experience through social as well as physical activity. Yet, a responsibility not to be overlooked is simply to pro- mote "fun." In fulfilling these responsi- bilities, the Men's Physical Education Club helps to develop better and more aware Physical Educators. MEN,S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB: Top row: Bruce Meyer, Robert Sumners, Micheal Carlson, Gregg Wen- ner, Larry Moore, Bill Izard, Bill Webber, john Hindman, Iess Hensel, Herb Baxter, Terry jones, senior representative, David Uhrlaub, club sponsor. Second row: Richard Couch, Edward Lee, Steve King, jim Clennon, representative at large, David Rader, sophomore representative, Joe Markham, Kenneth Stuke, jim Buessing, freshman representative. First row: Mark Wilson, Mike McKee, I. R. Hinkley, Robert Heisler, Iama Yusuf, Charles Sourk, Karl Nanninga, Don Martin, junior representative. WOMENS PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB -Top row: Le Royce Maddux, sponsor, Charlotte Comley, secretary-treasv nrerg Diane Murphy, publicity chairman. First row: Cheryl Pennington, president, Anna Brannner, vice-president. Women's Physical Education Club The Women's Physical Education Club promotes leadership, professional ad- vancement, and social relationships among the members. The club is open to women physical education majors and minors. Activities included a Freshman picnic, volleyball night, a Christmas party, pro- fessional meetings, a high school sports day, and a meeting honoring graduating seniors. Ciruna The Council on International Rela- tions and United Nations Affairs attempts to involve the college community in the study of international affairs and partici- pation in international relations activities. The major annual activity sponsored by CIRUNA is a model UN for Kansas high schools. Another annual event is the Collegiate Model United Nations Program. CUKUNA-Top row: Martin Lindeinann, NVilliani H. Seiler, sponsor, Thomas Badger, sponsor, Daniel Swenson, Steven Orcutt. Second row: Mike Troutnian, Bob Herrin, Manuel Justiz, Alan Doolittle, Ralph Dennis Weed, presi- dentg James MeDerinet. First row: Sharon Lindeinann, Pamela Lindenmeyer, Janice Vickers, Marietta Lloyd, vice- presidentg Yvonne Donaldson, Renee Dirics. 1 1 ag, AfrLi3 x . , g.. Campus Girl Scouts It takes energy, imagination, and ideas to tackle todayis young world. It takes people who care about the way things are and the way they could be. Campus Girl Scouts serves the college and com- munity through troop leadership, outdoor Patriotism Entertainment skills training, and other projects. Outdoor Skills Membership CAMPUS GIRL SCOUTS-lanot Pike, president, Sue Nleliinney, vice-president, Linda Henrichs, secretary- treasurer, lane Kitson, eouneil eoordinator, Sharon Andrews, Nlarilyn Brodie, Connie Clark, Beverly Coach- ran, Carolyn Danielson, Penny Hernies, Nancy llidle- lnrandt, Margaret Holdenian, Susan llowell. Kathy llall. Pal llall, Sharon -laeolis, Susan johnson, Beverly jones, ,lan llieh, Diane liitter, Ann Wlinters, Mrs. Aliee Blair. sponsor: Xliss Linda Crier, sponsor: Nlrs. Kathy liitter, sponsor. Pi Delta Phi The purpose of Pi Delta Phi is to spread love of French language, literature and culture. The organization provides an opportunity for conversation and fel- lowship with those that have shown an interest in the language and cultures of France. Each year a spring picnic is held. Also an authentic French dinner is cooked by a native French woman. At Christmas, a party is held featuring traditional French customs. l'I DELTA Plll-Top row: C. Dunitreseo, lohn I. Swift, Andrew Talton, sponsor, Lynn Niehols. First row: Natalie Renislmerg, Bonnie Coodwill, Elaine Loelnniller, president: Connie Phillips, viee-president, Linda Finch, ludi Landis. V ieki YVaugh. 234 i l International Club officers preside over a meeting that draws inany nationalities. Left to right: Teresa Fuerst, eo chairman, jania Yusef, president, Mary jane Radford, secretary-treasurer. Y pig ,ei . ' ,au K Rf - 5 ,sw nm uw ng., X 3-,.... ,., P- -wr Q gp- sa Q, S am! The International Club, sponsoring a pre-Christmas talent show, hosted Zl Indian students from Anadarko, Oklahoma. The students represented I6 Indian tribes. International Club Serving as a social organization, In- ternational Club has been concerned with the foreign student's needs. Through its activities the club endeavored to promote better relationships and understanding among foreign and American students, to stimulate international awareness, and to develop international responsibility. Since its establishment in 1961, the International Club has continued to in- crease in size. This year it had a total of 80 student and faculty members. Monthly meetings combined panel dis- cussions, educational trips, and foreign films of cultures represented in the club. The group also planned several informal parties during the year, including the an- nual International Dinner. Hui O' NW f' Hawaii The Hui O'Hawaii Club keeps the Hawaiian spirit on campus as it aids students coming to the continental U.S., encourages the association of Hawaiian students who are on the mainland, par- ticipates in college projects, and utilizes its forces for money-making projects. The main project of the year is the pre- sentation of a scholarship to a Hawaiian student. Members have picnics, socials, a bowling league, intramural activities, and a year-end banquet. HUI O'HAWAII-Top row: Patrick Obuchi, Zeus Saito, Toni Cusliikcn, Cla-n Nliorioka, Willie- Higa, Robert Bolcs, Nlclvin Chiba, Stanley llucasas. Howard Takainori, Cuy Kawamura, Mc-lvin Ando, YVendc-ll Ito, Raymond Shimizu. Second row: Charlene Takamori, lanicc Nunokawa, Rachel Lum, lla-Vina Ho, liistoriang Susan Nagaliiro, Terry Yamada. First row: Mary Yainasato, Bm-tty XVlllttlkl'l', Diana' Fulcuyoslii, prcsidentg Nlcrlc Sukilnoto, sccrctaryg Anne Arisumi, Iacqueleen Hada, Lottie Kakamura, parliamentarian. 236 KSTC Vigilantes The KSTC Vigilantes promoted wheel- chair athletics on campus, while providing exercise and recreation for the handicap- ped students. Supported by 32 men, the Vigilantes carried out the Exhibition Foot- ball Game as their major undertaking of the year. Jerry Stockard and Charles Ras- tatter sponsored the group. 4 - l Signifiecl by their shirts, two Vigilantcs reach for the ball. VIGILANTES-Top row: Eric Tinclerholt, Charles Rastatter, sponsor, Gary Cilley, Mike Peters, T. W. Bartel, Ierry Stockard, sponsor. Second row: Dennis L. Howard, co-captain, Ed Chalk, James Foust, treasurer, Peter A. Young, Tim Albertson, Bill Rowson, Rick ll. Cook, captain. First row: Larry Schmidt, president, Wenclell Lewis, loo Creve, secretary, Kenny Latimer, Terry Fcuy, Kenneth Fousek, Bill Sclilick. 237 .11 gf iim p p , A A ' Kappa Delta P1 f i A ixa' - lffie' sf' P C x! .3 f it . A A Kappa Delta Pi is open to juniors, T V V V seniors, and graduate students who have p . V i iiio A A a cumulative 3.3 grade point average and A'iA V Y have completed the required number of V Viv V-, 1 education hours. V W l .,, V A The purpose of this honorary fratern- V v ity is to encourage high professional, in- , e p D V T 1 tellectual and personal standardsgto recog- V 'M Jiri nize outstanding personal standards, and f sesr L, to recognize outstanding contributions to V af V education. p t A 2 1 The major events of the year were the T 1 ef s A if-eE3fg:' spring and fall pledging services, scholar- f . ship reception, Christmas caroling, and a . issi 5 A detytlt A 5 ,p ,xp spring banquet and a picnic. The Kappa A Delta Pi's hold an Outstanding Member . A p p A Award presentation. KAPPA DELTA PI-Top row: William Edwards, advisor, Linda Barrow, Janice Langvardt, treasurer, Bonnie Good- will, presidentg Shirley Oyster, Donna Rhodes, Nita Foulks, Dean Dillard. Third row: Frank Uphoff, Pamala Orth, Caroline YVinkelbauer, Diana Leupold, Carla Loy, Claudia Harmon, Judi Landis, Mary Jane Smith. Second row: Patsy Petty, Sherri Rodman, correspondence chaimiang Donna NIcFann, Judy Hurrelbring, publicity chairman, Sharon Andrews, Barbara Jane Kitson, Cheryl Sanders, Carol Bnrbridgc, membership chairman, Lois Haber, Anita Jones. First row: Karen Stangle, Janice Arcuria, Donna Miller, Debbie Hayes, Penny Saunders, secretary, Patty Laipple, second vice-president, Peggy Kirby, first vice-president, Janet Herr, Carolyn Horst, Nancy Parrish. 238 Collegiate 4-H is a Teachers College service organization. The purpose of this 40 member organization is to further the interest of 4-H. Special activities of the year include a fall party, Christmas caroling, exchange meetings with other Collegiate 4-H clubs and a clean-up weekend at Rock Springs. The organization was established in the fall of 1962 on the Teachers College campus. C0l,l.lQClfX'l'F 4-H-Top row: Jerry Stukey, Xlarvin Nlauicli, T. A. Eclcly, sponsorg Herman XVllllLllllS, Larry Hawk, prcsiclvntg llowairtl Blcnclcr. Paul Evcrtt, recreation lender. Second row: Lonnie -lazen, song lczltlcrg Mary Butcl, Saiidy Range, in-ic-atioii lcziclcrg Virginia Nlaurtin, Barbara Boss, secretary-ti'4'zisiirc-ig Biwiicla l'uintcr. First row: Darlene Miller, coi'i'1-spoiicliiig sc-crctzxryg 'llcrcsii Fzuiss, Rosalyn XVntlinow, Donna lNIcrcvr, rc-porter: Ianni Ilalin. liistoriang Peggy Kirby. Vice-prcsiclciitg Edna Klot-ke, corresponding sccrctnry. 239 STINGER-Top row: Janet Cochran, poster chairman, Sharon Roza, publicity chairmang Linda T. johnson, secretaryg Sandra Kempker, treasurerg Marie Wycoff, vice-president, Io Ellen Doxon, president, Jill Westover, Leslie Matrow, Jackie Price. First row: Sheryl Melson, Iana Hahn, Jody Matrow, Sandy Lowe, Lou Ann Manley, Virginia Daniels, Verna Gough, Linda johnson, Julie Elder. Not pictured: Terri Didde, Gay Miller. Stingers, the Teachers College pep club, exists to create pep, enthusiasm, and good sportsmanship at Hornet athletic events. ' ' The honorary organization is com- The posed of freshman and sophomore wo- men. Sophomore members retire at the end of fall semester, and new freshman gers members are selected to fill the vacancies. Backing the Hornets at all times, the Stingers are found cheering at all home games and are often called upon to par- ticipate in leadership events on campus. STINCERS-Top row: Cayla Morgan, Laura Manley, Jody Fanning, Eileen Otte, Donna Bass. Second row: Patty Costello, Carol Blackburn, Trudy Becker, Debbie Gilmore, joan Thieme, Elaine Bender, Deby jones, Deena Dono- van, Mary Pat Sipe. First row: joan Stagner, Barbara Higgins, Marsha Hollingsworth, Debbie Biggs, Alice Kerr, Marty Scott, JoAnne Cash, Pam Weston. ti? 240 Union CAMPUS CHOIR-Top row: Paul Derritt, Leo Lang, Paul McDaniel, Clenn Talhert, Ted Potts, james McConnell Mile Stovall, Leon Lang, Cary Harding. Third row: Velita Barksdale, Donna Coffee, Eileen Epps, Lauretta Thompson Carrie Lolar, Beth lloneycutt, Renee Green, Carolyn Jefferson, Mary Harris, Muriel Forte. Second row: Rose Payne Kim Thomas, Debbie XVilliams, Sharon Harris, Linda James, Lois Simons, Sandee W'ashington, Sandy Frisco, janyce Marsliall, aecompanistg Phyllis Cason, Patsy Miller. First row: Vernard johnson, saxophonist, Delores Meliindra Caroline Bobo, Brenda Martin, Shirley Brown, Marlene Davis, Rosalyn XVatson, Ann Armstead, Bettye XVoods, Johnny VViley, director. Campus Choir Baptist Student r Campus Choir is a new organization on the Teachers College campus. Estab- lished in the fall semester of 1967, their first organization meeting was attended by seven interested students. The present enrollment has now soared to a total of 57 members. The Campus Choiris activities for the year consisted of singing performances for College Life, Emporia area churches, and student Christian organizations. The highlight of the year is their anniversary concert at Albert Taylor Hall. The major purpose of the Baptist Stu- dent Union is to serve as a link between the Southern Baptist Church and the cam- pus. Annual events include the State Lead- ership Retreat and the Kansas-Nebraska State Convention. The group also takes an active part in rest home services. jim Davis, Minister of Music from Tulsa, sang at the Kansas-Nebraska BSU Convention. f wr,- XVaync Reynolds, campus minister, and Richard Sliinon of the Art Department at tlw United Ministcrics open- ing art show. United Ministries ln Higher Education United Ministries in Higher Education in Emporia is an organization through which people can express their Christian faith through interaction with one another and through sharing in the resources pro- vided by the professional personnel and facilities of the campus ministry. Serving persons in the name of God is the purpose of United Ministries. All Emporia college students, members of the faculty, staff, and administration partici- pate in the various areas of ministry which take place at all points of the campus wherever "two or three are gathered to- gether" for the purpose of furthering the dimension of life among men. The United Ministries Center, located at 1305 Merchant Street, houses the of- fices of the Wesley Foundation and the United Christian Fellowship, a library of books and periodicals on a wide variety of subjects related to religion and life, and offers meeting and lounge facilities for individuals and groups on the cam- pus. Dialogue is encouraged by means of formal art exhibits, a regular weekend coffee house, late Sunday evening dialogue- in-depth groups, and informal conversa- tions with coffee from morning until night. The Unitcrl Miiiisterics center congrcgatcs students for planning and discussions. NEVVMAN CLUB-Top row: Dennis Haslig, education committee, Kathryn Fenerborn, Brenda Turner, Kathy Jones, Kathy Keldt, membership committee, Anita Wagner, Diana Finneran, Patricia Blaufuss, Rita Young, Elsie Hellmer, Mary Beth VanLeeuwen, Nancy Green, Regina Collins. Second row: Roy E. Reif, athletic chairman, Sue Wayman, Dorothy Bechtel, Cecilia Nick, Doris Schoenfelder, Judy Rodgers, recording secretary, Diane Habiger, religious chair- man, Rachel Kendall, Buzz Bivona, Miss Freddie Jones, sponsor. First row: Karry McCormick, social committee, Rosemary Uhlrich, Kenneth Farrell, David Cuth, vice-president, Nancy Schoenfelder, corresponding secretary, Bill Cress, publicity chairman, Mary Ann Hubbel, president, Rita Mae Wendling, treasurer, Rev. Bernard Gerbus, director. Not pictured: Steve Schiedler, social service committee. Newman Club The Newman Club provides an op- portunity for religious, educational, and social activities among campus Catholic students. The group is open to all Catholic students at the Teachers College and to other students in Emporia. Members of the Newman Club attend- ed the Kansas Newman Convention and the State Newman Council meetings. The club also participated in the University Christian Movement, the service group SERVE, and the Interfaith Council. Among the club's social activities were a Christmas dance, the Spring Fling, the Summer Party, and intramural sports. The "Folk" Mass, at which songs were sung in English to guitar music, was held on Sundays. NEVVMAN CLUB-Top row: Mark J. Phillips, Robert Catalo, Jim Mackiewicz, Timothy Lickteig, Jim Schreck, Pat- rick J. Wood, Warren Gress, Vicente Repuyan Jr., Duane Koester, Second row: Sharon Roza, Ruth Miller, Joan Thieme, Jeannette Collins, Carol Bishop, Linda Baker, Mary Butcl, Helen Huninghake. First row: Cheryl Schwartz, Kathie Eckert, Phyllis Hajek, LaDonna Johnson, Suzanne Riley, Marcine Pravecek, Martha Donovan, Doris Ann Ale- Xander, C X! Gamma Delta Gamma Delta, the international asso- ication of Lutheran college students, made significant progress with the purchase of a house which will serve as headquarters for the Emporia chapter. Students from the Teachers College and College of Em- poria both meet to carry out the aims of the organization which are signiiied in the name: Gamma means "gnosis," Christian knowledge, and Delta means "diakona,'i or Christian service. Members perform service projects for the church and organizations within the church, conventions, retreats, officersl workshops, and international service pro- jects are among the annual events of the regional and international Gamma Delta. GAMMA DELTA-Top row: Harold Schwinn, Ann Bohning, Suzanne Heinze, Dennis Stephan, Leota Krause, reg- ional prograin chairman, Daniel Stephen, Denny Weaver. Second row: jim WVeyland, vicar, Nita Ramsey, Connie NVeyland, Delores David, Mary Podrazikfi, Martin Lindemann, Dave Sehemni, Bruce Ramsey. First row: Lois Law- renz, vice-president, Sharon Lindemann, secretaryg Sharon Sutton, Eileen Torkelson, Daniel Swenson, Erie Tinderholt Not pictured: Donna Buser, president. 244 INTER-FAITH COUNCIL-Top row: Lee Carlson, Becky Bridge, Lee Brandt, president, Wayne Reynolds. First row: Cherry Cough, Sally MeNecs, Kathy Krehbliel, Linda Schwindt, recording secretary. Interfaith Council The coordination of various religious activities on campus is the Inter-Faith Council's funtion. One member of each of the religious groups at the Teachers Col- lege is represented on the council. Besides bringing together many churches, meetings and retreats are a few of the many activities carried on through- out the year. Disciple Student Fellowship The Disciple Student Fellowship's main project for the past several years has been the adoption of a Finnish orphan. The main objective of DSF is to pro- vide religious worship and fellowship ac- tivities for college students in the college curriculum. The organization meets Sunday eve- nings at the Emporia Christian Church. The meetings encourage the members to discuss important Christian concepts. DISCIPLE STUDENT FELLONVSHIP-Top row: Francis L. Thompson, first vice-presidcntg joan Downs, JoAnne Cash, Marty Scott, Duane Mitchell. Second row: james McDcrinct, Betty VVells, VVanda Truman, second vice-presi- dentg Mary Jane Campbell, LaMonte Roach. First row:Mary Kussniann, president, Diana Mullin, Rita Sell, Linda Ammel, Sue Oaks, Susie Lane. 245 Roger Williams Fellowship I , L The Roger Williams Fellowship of the Teachers College is one of the many new groups across the nation affiliated with the Baptist Student movement. The new Campus Center hosts ac- tivities such as "snack time" on Sunday evenings followed by the regular weekly meeting and discussion, both which are open to all interested students. Roger Williams Fellowship seeks to strengthen Christian students through serious discussion, programs, and mes- sages. They also seek to present a sincere and relevant Christian witness on campus. ROGER WILLIAMS FELLOVVSHIP-Top row: Dave Rector, Don McDaniel, Hal Redford, president, Mark Randall, Hal Sanders, Kenneth Fields, Steven Haffener. Third row: Ron YVomble, Judy Stucky, Gary Hines, Donna Snced, Paul Rector, Lee Brandt, Kathleen Hall. Second row: Marilyn Miller, Rosalyn Wuthnow, Grace Booth, Ginger Federick, Janet Lowry, secretary-treasurer, Opal Clark, jane Phelon. First row: Cathy Stucky, Teresa Fauss, Cathy Hallsted, Susan Austin, Judy August, Jean Clark. 246 l THEHLH CLEF-Top row: Delnlny Trilvluy, secretary, Trisli Rin-land, ,lan Str-cle, Paula Heddcri, Fran Lucas, librarian, Clarincla llanna, Mary jane O,Bric'n, Louise lliclancl, First row: Hosamoncl llirsllorn, dircctorg Jeanie Collins, Sliirley Oystvr, president, ,lo Ann Harlin, Donna Snevd, lane Franl, ,l2111L'l Sllklvvr, A1111 B0l111i11g, 1112111152 lllfly Cl11'1'Ty, Uvllby Tarllulton, librarian. Treble Clef and A Capella Choir A CAPELLA CIIUIR MEMBERS eTerl Adkins, Patrice Angle, 'lk-rrv Kay Bockliaus, Ralpliea Daggett Suzanne Dona tlian, Margaret Evans, Marijo Hennagin, Marlow Hogne, Robert Allen jackson, laque Kepner, Mark Meyers, Marlene Moore, Barluara Newman, Sam Owen, Cliaris Parker, Sarali Sliaw, Jerry Sims, Anita Small, Cary Standifcrfl, Ioan XVilkt-rson, David Yourclon. Beverly McI,arry, director. 247 Men's Chorale MEN,S CHORALE-Top row: Jon Tolson, Steve Graves, Greg Kopsa, Mike Groff, Cary Standiferd, Robert Amego, Ted Adkins, Charles Kessler, john Det- ter, Neal Gootlson, Steven M. Pederson, Hal Redford, Roy T. Sullivan, Al W. Trollman, David G. Nixon, Lloyd Pinon. Third row: Stephen K. Hanson, Dan Brown, Jon johnson, George Turner, Dave Rector, Philip Vieux, Greg House, Norman Winter, Bill Gil- liland, Paul Rector, Bob Bowden, Jim Iliff, Ed Rathert, Sam Owen, Larry Beers. Second row: Dave Hogan, 248 llaul lXlcGuffin, Dan Hughes, Gary Minson, John N. Roth, Bruce Ramsey, Mike Bray, Hal Sanders, Iohn Mushock, Dana McCormick, Bud NVitherby, John L. XViley, Roger Smith, Marlow Hogue. First row: Char- lie NVcil, Donald McDaniel, Larry Morris, Bill Betts, Brian Nagel, Kenneth Fields, Ierry Sims, Cletson Cox, Richard L. Dickson, Stan L. Smith, President, Darell johnson, Cary Mathes, Sid Symes, Byron Miller, Charles Shaeffer, Director Not pictured: Mike Lindeman and Mr. Paul Moore, Accoin.-Faculty. Workshop Consisting of twenty members, the '68- '69 opera workshop producedthree operas this year. The operas, "Sister Angelica " and "The Cloak," were presented on two different evenings. In April, both of these productions plus "Gianni Schiccil' were presented in a trilogy. This year's opera workshop was under the direction of Mr. Robert Ander- son, Mr. John Lennon, and Dr. Ruth Porter. Sow-11 nuns try to console Sister Angelica in llcr moments of despair. 249 W 4. Symphonic SMPHONIC CHOIR-Billy Abbott, Sandra Abbott, Roy Abbott, Theodore Adkins, Linda Adler, James Alexander, Robert Amego, Loraine Anderson, David Andres, Carolyn Andre, Christine Andre, Patrice Angle, Shirley Atwell, Gweneth Bagley, Karesa Bahr, Phyllis Barnes, Gail Barnett, Carol Barr, Glenda Barrett, Roberta Barstow, John Baumstimler, Charles Bay, Jeanne Bergmann, Patricia Bergmann. Carol Bertels, Betty Bingham, Terry Boekhaus, Ann Bohning, Janice Boileau, Barbara Borders, Barbara Boss, Judith Bosiljevac, Sue Bowers, Julia Bradley, Nancy Brandt, Michael Bray, Dale Breymcyer, David Brewer, Janice Brock, Sarah Brockway, Bruce Burkhart, Steven Buster, Mary Caldwell, Anita Capp, Helen Carpenter, Janice Champieux, Archie Chance, Judith Cherry, Dawna Chesser, Florence Chesser, Vickie Chrisruan, Kathleen Clmrchman, Jeannette Collins, Mary Coltrane, Kim Cook, Jerry Cowell, Cristina Cox, Cheri Crockett, Robin Cummins, Kathleen Curley, Wanda Cushinberry, Carolyn Daniel, Teresa Davis, Nancy De- honey, Patricia Delzeit, Robert Dicker, Milli Djajich, Ellen Donathan, Linda Dowse, Jeanne Dyck, Libby Eaton, Mar- garet Evans, Bobbie Evans, Mary Fesmire, Charlotte Fillipp, Sharon Finney, Gregory Fisher, Pamela Fixsen, Kayleen Flanders, Linda Fleming, Joyce Flory, Susan Folck, Diane Fgster Rebecca Frankenbery, Virginia Frederick, Linda Freidell, Bebecca Frey, Susan Friend, hlarilyn Funlqc, Ht-len Carden, VVilla Garms, Vicki Geist, Kenneth Gerhardt, Marcia Girod, Margaret Goldman, Walter Gomez, James Good, Neal GoodSOIl, NanCy CriCSl1alJCr, Jana Hahn, Margaret Haile, Bonnie Hamm, Clarinda Hanna, Virginia Hansen, Carolyn Harlow, Alyee Hart, Carol Hayden, Rita Hefty, Sandra Heptig, Suzanne Herman, Diane Herron, Ann Hetzcl, Alice Hicks, Charles Hooper, Ann Hutchinson, Charlene Ishida, Robert Jackson, Jerry Jacobson, Lonnie Janzen, Carolyn Jefferson, David Jenista, Darrell Johnson, Linda Jones, VVendy Jones, Charlene Kabriel, Theresa Kayitah, Dick Keller, Jacqueline Kepner, Lavada Kickhaefer, Kathy Kolar, Mary Kussmann, Donna Kusunoki, Stephanie Lassetter, Glenda A. Lasswell, Judy Lee, Kathy Lenherr, Kathryn Likens, Michael Lindemann, Debbie Litwin, Frances Lucas, VVilliam Marcellus, Lois Markley, Janyce Marshall, Mary Mast, Jamie McAtee, Mary McCarthy, Lucinda McCaskill, Sally McChesney, Paul McDaniel, Linda McGinnis, John McGuire, Steven Mcllvain, Michael McLaurian, Jackie McVaugh, Donna Meador, Karen Meinecke, Linda Moe, Malene Moore, Vicki Morris, Vir- 250 l M .,., , - Y Mjn N.. - A I -f r " ' ' Choir ginia Moss, Diana Mullin, Marcia Musick, Linda Myers, Cheryl Nc-al, ludith Nelson, Barbara Newman, Karen Newton, Susan Niclscn, Nlargarct O,N4-il, Pamala Urth, Eileen Otto, Samuel Owen, Charis Parker, Craig Parker, Richard Parker, Joyce Patterson, -losuc Perez, Nancy Pcttcrson, Richard Phelan, Euta Plum, Ian Porter, Linda Pummill, Bruce Ramsey, Rchccca Randall, Virginia Rancy, Edward Rathcrt, Barbara Redfield, Mary Rcddcn, Donna Rcincckcr, Evelyn Rc- puyan, Charla Richmond, Sonja Riddiongh, Patiricia Ricland. Louise Ricland, Martha Risslcr, llarvcy Robinson, Deborah Rocdcr, Vivian Rominc, Susan Roscnlich. lohn Roth, Dana Schirmcr, Lucia Schreiner, Shirley Scott, Nancy Scovcl, Lana Scrimschcr, Nlarsha Scritchficld. Susan Sewell, ,lanct Shaver, Sarah Shaw, Ronny Shcppeard, Elizabeth Shrake, Mary Sipc, Louise Skillman, Peggy Skwarlo, Anita Small, ,lanicc Smethcrs, Roger Smith, Donna Snccd, Lynda Snyder, Marcia Stainbrook, Vcrna Stchhins, janicc Stem-lc, Donna Stinson. Hilbert Stovall. Mary Swann, Rita Swcndcr, Dchorah Tarhutton, Susan Tarwatcr, john Tcmplin, Candace Tcrrill, Russell Terry, Judith Tholcn, Frances Tholl, lean Timber- lakc, Eileen Torkclson, Kathleen Tracy, Anita Trice, Deborah Trihhy, Nlarjoric Truclove, Carolyn Unruh, Allan Un- ruh, Nancy Valentine. ,loycc Van Znidcn, Janet Vinette, Rchecca YVarnock, Sandra YVashington, Rosalyn VVatson, Patricia VVc-athcrhic, janc VVc-ber, Evelyn Wehcrg, Charles VVeil, Carol VVelkcr, Kathy YVclsh, Indy YVz-nciker, ,lanillc XVestover, Thomas VVilcox, Iolmny YVilcy, lohn XVilkerson, Sharon VVilkins. Rosalind VVilliams, Barhara Willis, Connic YVilson, Norman YVintcr, Rachcl YVinters, Donna VVisc, Shirley VVitt, Susan WVorcestcr, Douglas VVright, Lawrence Yeoman, Carol Yoder, Doug Young. The Teachers College Symphonic Choir, directed by Mr. Charles Schaefer, presented two major concerts in 1968- 1969. The Symphonic Choir consists of approximately 280 members. At the first concert, the Symphonic Choir presented the "Messiah', by Handel. ln the spring, they presented "Carmina ,Burana', by Karl Orff, which was the opening concert for the 20th Century Music Festival. Soloists appearing with the Symphonic Choir were: Ruth Porter, Jane Lennon, sopranosg Shirley Moore, alto, John Len- non, tenor, and Robert Anderson, bass. Accompaniment was provided by the Symphonic Orchestra. 251 The Hornet Marching Band HORNET MARCIIING BAND -Bill Allllott, Ted Ad- kin, Ann Armstead, Shirley Atwell, Rohert Berger, Cary Bodam, Franeis Bonny, Brent Brown, Susan Bureh, Diek Burney, Pat Burney, Hugh Clark, jean Clark, Opal Clark, jim Cole, Paula Courtney, Cletson Cox, jolm Crandall, Randy Culhertson. Carolyn Danielson, Delores Davis. Donald Dent, Rohert Dieker, Susan Dieker, Dianna Dotts, Dennis Eddy, julie Elder, Greg Elen- hurg, Terry Fair, l,aYaughn Fehr, Mary lfesinire, Kathy Flaek, Cuy lilanary, Mark Floyd. Roherta Folek, Susan Folek, Reheeea Erankenhery, Clifford Eritts, Sharon Eursman. Connie Cale, jefl' Cillaspy, jodie Coering, Cay Hannnons, Stephen Hanson, Cheri llartenhower, Dennis Hateh, james Hill, David Hoard, Charles Hooper, Susan Howell. Vernard johnson, Charles Kessler, David King- sley, Tom Kutina, john Laing, james Latham, Riehard Logheek, Cary Lowman, Mark Martin, Marcia Martin, Georgia Marquart, Ron Matthews, Marty Miehael, Stephanie MeCreary, Dana MeCormiek, Donald Me' Daniel, jolm McGuire, james ML-Murray, Sally Mt-Nees, jaek MeVaugh, Donna Murphy, judith Nelson, judy Nitzsehe, David Nixon, Ann Osinundson, Brooke Ostrander, Forrest Parr, Marilyn Pfannenstiel, james Phillips, jerry Pierce, john Pratt, Bruee Ramsey, Ed- ward Rathert, Glenn Rodgers, jolm Roth, Rosemary Shaw, Barhara Sheets, Allan Shorthill, Anita Small, Den- nis Sniith. Elaine Smith, Stan Smith, Donna Stinson, Ken Snodgrass, Theresa Taylor, Carry TC',LflllIl1CyL'l', john Templin, Ralph Thomas, Rohert Thomson, VVinifred Thomas, jon Tolson, Eileen Torkelson, Al Trollman, Mike Turnhull, Rosemary Uhlrieh, Carol Unruh, Mar- shall VVardell, jerry NVatson, Teresa VV4-hh, Evelyn VVeherg, Charles MR-il, Cary NVells, Tom VVileox, johnny VViley, joan NVilkerson, Maek YVoods, Naney VVright, Dennis VVyeotf, Martha Young, Dinah Zumhruin, Moyne Zuroeveste. David Ellis, graduate assistant, Bill Cooksey, graduate assistantg Mr. Nixon, direetorg Mr. Ciurezak, assistant direetor. -ss-swf-f U -. .. -T. sf- -'-- wwwm..-,,....N ,.s,,,,,., .. ,- I D T l E I 'f .mp A sg5g,N:5." Q 'f ' 4 l The KSTC Symphonic Band SYMPHONIC BAND - Bill Abbott, Robert Berger, Cary Bodanl, Francis Bonny, Susan Burch, Dick Burney, Pat Burney, Hugh Clark, Bill Cooksey, Cletson Cox, Carolyn Danielson, Delores Davis, Mark Diee, Susan Dielcer, Robert Dieker, Diana Dotts, Dennis Eddy, Julie Elder, David Ellis, Maiy Fesmire, Susan Folelc, Clifford Fritts, Connie Cale, Jeff Gil- laspy, Jodie Coering, Gay Hannnous, Stephen Hanson, Penny Hermes, Charles Hooper, Gary Howell, Vernard Iohnson, Charles Kessler, David Kingsley, Tom Kutina, John Laing, james Latham, Gary Loyvman, Dana McCormick, Donald Me- Daniel, jaek My-Vaush, Georgia Marquart, Mark Meyers, Nancy Meyers, Marty Miehael, Dan Mize, Donna Murphy, Art Nanney, Pam Nanney, Judith Nelson, Judy Nitzsehe, David Nixon, Forrest Parr, james Phillips, John Pratt, Glenn Rodgers, john Roth, Rosemary Shaw, Barbara Sheets, Allan Shorthill, Anita Small, Elaine Smith, Stan Smith, Ken Snodgrass, jane Stephens, Donna Stinson john Templin, Theresa Taylor, Gary Teghtmeyer, Ralph Thomas, Madeline Thompson. Iohn Tolson, Eileen Torkelson, Carol Unruh, Marshall YVardell, Jerry YVatson, Evelyn VVeberg, Charles VVeil, Cary NVells, Tom VVileox, joan Wilkerson, Johnny Wiley, Theresa Webb, Mack Woods, Martha Young, Moyne Zuroeveste. l1,Mz,m.z.u-naman.:-uu:u.a u-zu z, wqwv ,,,. m - for The S mphon Orchestra The Teachers College Symphony Or- chestra, consisting of approximately 80 musicians, was directed by B. A. Nugent, head of the Music Department. During the 1968-69 year distinguished soloists were featured and performances included works by Copland, Mozart, Orff, Sibelius, Rachmaninoff, Wagner, Mahler, and Tchaikovsky Three of the perform- ances were done with the Symphonic Choir. Fourteen of the 20 concerts given by the orchestra included 14 young people's concerts for over 8,000 elementary and high school students in seven Kansas counties in conjunction with the Flint Hills Cultural projects. 1 T553 's ,El Robert Anderson-soloist Symphony cJI'Cl1CStfll conductor B. A. Nugent with concert soloists Bc-verly Mcl..urry, l it md Shirley Xloort 254 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: Bill Ahhott, Shirley Atwell, Philip Burch, Pat Burney, Charlotte Coniley, XVilliain Cook- sey, Heetor Cortes, Marilyn Courtner, VVillia1n Crocker, Toni Derrick, Susan Dieker, Roger Dill, Milli Djajich, David Ellis, Becky Fisher, Alhert Fitzgerrel, Cuy Flanary, Roberta Folek, Susan Folk, Pamela Fowler, Clifford Fritts, Connie Cale, jefferson Gillaspy, Jodie Cvoering, Virginia Hansen, Carol Hayden, Charles Hooper, Deke Isaac, Jeffery Jones, Ieffrey Jones, Jacqueline Kepner, Bayla Keyes, Don Kile,, David Kingsley, Katherine Krehliiel, John Laing, Bob La- Paglio, Richard Logheek, Gary Lowinan, Georgia Marquart, Dana Nll'COI'HHClC, Dan McDaniel, Paul MeCuffin, jack MeVaugh, Daniel Mize, Arthur Nanney, Indy Nelson, Boll O,Donnc-ll, Brooke Ostrander, David Ramirez, Saul Raini- rez, Marilyn Riley, Neta Rush, Larry Saylor, Rosemary Shaw, Arlan Sniith, Elaine Smith, Stanley Smith, Ken Snod- grass, Eleanor Tatton, Thomas Tatton, Anita Trice, Carol Unruh, Evelyn Weherg, Gary Wells, Anita Wright, Geraldine Wright, Marcia Yeomans, Joseph Young. 255 The purpose of the Women's Recrea- tional Association is to promote a greater interest and wider participation in sports, to create a love of sports, to improve motor skills, and to foster ideals of good sportsmanship and health. Since membership is open to all women students, any young woman may participate in the intramural and extra- mural activities that WRA sponsors, such as field hockey, basketball, volleyball, swimming, and gymnastics. Rhythmic Circle, Aquettes, and cheer- Women's Recreation Association Special annual events are the WRA ski trip and the Basketball Sportsday in which 14 college teams from Kansas par- leaders are also sponsored by WRA. ticipated. QLeft7 Anne Goebel llall and Phi Kappa Alpha in an intramural basketball game. LCentcrj Bill Izard takes a break at the VVRA ski trip in Crested Butte, Colorado. tllightj Marsha Thompson blocks a hall at XVichita U's Volleyball Sports- day. --.sum ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS-Top row: Barbara Blecs, Sandi Heptig, Marta Hoskinson, Linda Dowse Kristine jones, Linda Eckell, Linda Grier, president, Evelyn Burton, Shelia Wooten, Lana Voss, Nita Foulks, sec- ond vice-presidcnt, Diana Worland, third vice-president. Second row: Joyce Howes, Kathy Koch, Barbara Holmquist Virginia Daniels, Diana Melton, publicity chairman, Penny Foster, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Helen Brown, sponsor Mary Hcnthorne, treasurer, Vicki Petruzzelli. First row: Lou Ann Manley, Mary Stewart, Sharon Mangels, Virginia Moss, Deborah Solis, Joy Cough, Amalia Gutierrez, Pat Brady, Pam Bruner, Peggy Haile. Associated Women Students Associated Women Students was or- ganized on the Teachers College campus in 1962 and is affiliated with the Inter- collegiate Association of Women Students. Every woman student becomes a member of AWS when she enrolls, and a Women's Council, composed of representatives from each living group, meets bi-monthly. AWS is a service organization which fosters a spirit of cooperation and loyalty among women students while providing more leadership opportunities for women. The Sophomore Sisters Program, the Candy Cane Couple Contest, a fashion show, and a transfer student party are annual events. This year AWS also spon- sored a series of panels on race relations, a "sensitivity seminar," a canned goods project for the welfare department, and speakers on topics of interest for women. In addition, representatives were sent to the Bi-State and the National Convention. 257 iff Established in 1922 at Montana State College, Spurs is an honorary service or- ganization supported by 30 sophomore women on the Teachers College campus. The purpose of Spurs is to serve the col- lege and the community, to support the activities in which the student body par- ticipates, to foster among the women stu- dents a spirit of loyalty and helpfulness, and to uphold the traditions of the col- lege. Spurs During the year, Spurs carried out many worthwhile community service pro- jects, such as sponsoring a bloodmobile. College projects included ushering for sev- eral events and helping with enrollment. During homecoming mums were sold and Spur-O-Grams for Valentines Day. The highlight of the year was the Spurs' Regional Convention held at the Teachers College. SPURS-Top row: Rosalind Williams, Sue McQuillan, Carolyn Stoering, Susan Mall, Cathy Mamman, Sue Herrick Ian Hakenholz, Molly Briscoe, Terri Smith. Second row: Susie Lillig, songleader, Harriet Schierling, Gay Miller Cathy Razook, Sandra Gleue, Sally Rose, Karen Kohler, Roberta Daniels, Leslie Matrow, Marcia Woody, Penny Good- win, Iudy Smith. First row: Teri Didde, Becky Bowman, treasurer, Linda Higley, historian, Connie Fowler, Miss Sun- shine, Georganna Andree, president, Lettie Kakamura, secretary. Not pictured: Debbie Dirks, Linda Standiferd editor. 258 Xkkk p ,' 'Swv' ,, 1 W Q in Q f V' , YJ' X ,N if ,W -af? x A - lf.sfv 'bA ' f K sv , 8 isp X C Q .k.. Y sggi fv x 'f xv? ,Tix -14 ' L. A QA.- X 35 . , . s f gg' A ' 'Q is 9 ' If X ' ' K. b xs' fR0',2fs?Xk .rf ' .,.x,N5 i . 5, :Xi x- s 4.9 xigoy an 152-' ,ww f fs f bflfs AQ p m S535 Xl ' ' - 1 As 'ff f A f Q44 W. M vM,.X A fn, 2 ,bM..w.L , A L..-Q S V Q n 0 Xt! 9 2 x P' N f gms iw , gk , 5 fx A f Xi . Q fl' , w. - Wi 'SWL Q ft ' ,Xi 1: 137 ,M v , Mf"i 'J X g' ' I if . be S ff' 1 A , it ffff' X: " 323 fw 5?if'f Q Xiixgf?-'k W if-Q gg? fgff ssh-1Sfp6'k 1 fa 5 A fx-+ , 5 S Q W. fg Mg.,-vga A 4 A Q rfm 5 S+ 3 K K .. -sg' J: f- CI I3 .-4 .P f Z1 J M -1 Z'- lx rn - .E Z .A E 5 E -v 5. gg Q 1: .- A : E 44 E 12. 1 ,- ,-4 ,- ,., L-4 L3 P. Q F1 ,- -4-J f" 5 Q U CID SL C 113 vu 'TJ p-4 r-1 5 A 1 -1 A 259 Who is Who Among Students in American Universities and Co lleges The idea of creating one national basis of recognition for college students that would be democratic and devoid of dues, initiation fees, or other cost to the student was conceived over 30 years ago. Recognition by Who's VVho Among Students In American Universities And Colleges means that the student was first officially recommended from the institu- tion that he attends and then accepted by the national organization. Nominations are submitted annuedly by 4-year degree granting institutions. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students are eligible for nomination. Selection of nominees is conducted by the individual college on the basis of the studentis scholarship, his leadership and cooperation in educational and extracur- ricular activities, his general citizenship, and his promise of future usefulness. t Jay B dek, Bob Boyer, sen Bob Bridgman, ju Kathy B wn, jun Cheryl Cantrell Bill Emerson J Jim Flory, j f L Nancy Gorup, Junior Linda Grier, graduate 260 i . 35 Receive Honors 'i-'isa SQA wade YVilma Hanlon, junior Nancy Herrick, senior Linda Horvath, senior Marc Johnson, senior Ron Loewen, senior Dianna Melton, junior Pc-HEY Mullane, senior Marilyn Murphy, senior i sri Patti Murray, junior Cheryl Pennington, senior Eric Priest, junior Winnie Sorenson, senior Jim Stewart, junior Jeanne Swartz, senior Patti Tate, junior Judy Tholen, senior Jim Walsh, junior Jim Wingrave, senior Sue Zschoche, junior Not pictured: Jim Salter, senior Ken Seheve, senior Ross Stadalman, senior Martha Thompson, senior 2 Winnie Sorenson Historian Nancy Herrick Margaret Birch S 5, X 1 f- va 3' if 5, S JOYCE Sinn Peggy Mullane Marilyn Murphy Janice Langvardt President lst Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Recording Secretary Georgeann Ford Vicki Waugh Corresponding Treasurer Secretary Edith Moldcn Dr. Carol Marsh Cheryl Pennington Social Chaimiar' Newsletter Editor Aliimngip Chairman Cheryl Cantrell Chaplin Sponsor Sponsor Cardinal Key Joyce Sinn-VVho,s Who, Pi Lambda Theta, Alpha Sigma Alpha sororoity, editor, Student Education As- sociation, Quivira, Associated Women Students, second and third vice-president, Spurs. Peggy Mullane-Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, assistant treasurer, Panhellenic Council, Student Education As- sociation, Newman Club, Who's Who. Marilyn Murphy - Deanis honor roll, Ann Goebel Hall president, vice-president, Associated Women Students, treasurer, Student Education Association, Social Science Club, Collegiate Young Republicans, Wesley Founda- tion, Kappa Delta Pi, Who's Who. Ianice Langvardt- Student Education Association, Kap- pa Delta Pi, treasurer, Pi Lambda Theta, Social Sci- ence Club, Pi Gamma Mu, American Association of Uni- versity Women's Scholarship, Top ten of class each semester, President's honor roll, Spurs. Nancy Herrick-Spurs, editor, Student Education As- sociation, Panhellenic Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, recording secretary, president, UAC, Special Event's Committee, Whois Who. Margaret Birch-Chi Omega sorority, pledge trainer, president, Phi Beta Lambda, Newman Club, Dean's honor roll, Panhellenic Council. 262 Winnie Sorenson-Pi Lambda Theta, Student Educa- tion Associationg Head Resident Assistant, Associated Women Students, Dean's honor roll, Association of Resident Aids, recording secretary, Who's Who. Georgeann Ford - Collegiate Young Republicans, Sigma Sigma Sigma, rush chairman, treasurer, Student Edu- cation Association, Alethia Kai, Spurs, Union Activities Council, Panhellenic Council, Whois Who. Vicki Waugh - Pi Delta Phi, secretary-treasurer, French Club, secretary-treasurer, Chi Omega sorority, vice- president, Student Education Association, Dean's honor roll. Cheryl Pennington - Womenis Physical Education, presi- dent, secretary-treasurer, Spurs, historian, Aquettes, Women,s Recreation Association, board member, Alpha Sigma Tau sorority, recording secretary, Collegiate Young Republicans, Student Education Association, NVho's Who. Cheryl Cantrell-Student Education Association, Phi Beta Lambda, corresponding secretary, Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, treasurer, Who's Who. all Cardinal Key members present a check to President Visser for membership in the Century Club. Cardinal Key is a National Honor Sorority for senior women. Membership is limited to eleven senior women who are chosen each spring on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and participation in college activities. The stated purposes of Cardinal Key are to recognize achievement in scholar- ship and extra-curricular activities, to ad- vance by affording training for leadership in the college community, and to develop worthy character by application of the cardinal virtues to living. Organization night was one of the many activities spon- sored by Cardinal Key. Cardinal Key devoted itself this year to service on campus. Members introduced students to campus organizations by spon- soring an organization night. Cardinal Key arranged for foreign students to be dinner guests in the homes of Emporia families. The sorority adopted an under- privileged family in Emporia at Thanks- giving. Cardinal Key also served as host- esses during orientation week, honors con- vocation, and commencement exercises. A faculty women's tea and ice cream social were sponsored by Cardinal Key. 263 J Brace Cooper Lynn Cress Rob Guerrant Historian Treasurer Alumni Secretary dl Steve Hungerford President Qmull M, S QQ: Ill ' 'i 1 I T. Ill qll .H fflllnl iw E f ' fy uf, - I ' "Vai 9 WEN 'mul nm Marc Johnson Correspondini Secretary Frank Helton Newsletter Editor W. M. Stalcup First Vice-president N N Steve Johnson Second Vice-president .la Nw A Jim Salter Ross Stadalman Chuck Sulzen . . . 1 , Richard Reicherter Ad i or and National Secretary Social Chairman Recording Secretary Chap gin V S 264 The Members BRACE COOPER: Major-Business Administration, Collegiate Young Republicans, Student Education As- sociation, Social Science Club, Interfraternity Council, Sigma Phi Epsilon, president, rush chainnan. LYNN CRESS: Major-Business Administration, Col- legiate Young Democrats, Union Activities Council, Social and Recreation Committee, American Chemical Society, Phi Beta Lambda, Sigma Phi Epsilon, house manager, comptroller. BOB GUERRANT. Major-Business Administration, Varsity Football, Varsity Swimming, Union Activities Council, Social and Recreation Committee, Interfrater- nity Council, Phi Beta Lambda, state and local presi- dent, Whois Who in Phi Beta Lambda, Collegiate Ad- ministrative Management Society, charter member, viee- president, Collegiate Young Republicans, administrative assistant, Alpha Kappa Lambda. FRANK HELTON: Major-Social Science, Mu Ep- silon Nu Honorary Society, president, Phi Beta Lambda, Administrative Management Society, Alpha Kappa Lambda, rush chairman. STEVE JOHNSON: Major - Business Administration and Accounting, Phi Beta Lambda. STEVE HUNGERFORD: Major-Business Adminis- tration, Phi Beta Lambda, Collegiate Young Repub- licans, Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Kap- pa Lambda, sergeant-at-arms, president. MARC JOHNSON: Major-Biology, Beta Beta Beta Honorary Biology Fraternity, Student Council Internal Development Committee, Long Range Planning Com- mittee, Phi Beta Theta, president, Whois Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. JIM SALTER: Major-Pre-Medicine, Caduceus Soci- ety, Beta Beta Beta Honorary Biology Club, Collegiate Young Democrats, Interfraternity Council, Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice-president, Dean,s Honor Roll, Gamma Phi Alpha, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. ROSS STADALMAN: Major - Pre-Medicine, Cadueeus Society, Beta Beta Beta Honorary Biology Club, Col- legiate Young Democrats, Interfraternity Council, Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice-president, Dean's Honor Roll, Gamma Phi Alpha, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. CHUCK SULZEN: Major -Industrial Arts, Varsity Football, co-captain, Industrial Arts Club, Newman Club, Athletic Board, K-Club, president. W. M. STALCUP: Major-Business Administration, Varsity Wrestling, Phi Beta Lambda, Who's Who in Phi Beta Lambda, membership chairman, Resident Aid for Singular-Trusler, Outstanding Resident Aid Award, assistant supervisor of Singular-Trusler, Administrative Management Society, Personnel Management Society, Entreprenuers Economic Club. Blue Key Blue Key is a national honorary lead- ership fraternity for men. Its members are selected from Teachers College men at the close of their junior year, and they par- ticipate throughout their senior year. Membership is traditionally limited to 11 men. It is felt that by limiting the number of members and keeping the organization small, the group becomes more effective and membership is sought after by the men of the Teachers College. Among the activities sponsored by Blue Key are the annual Freshman Talent Show, which is held during orientation week, Blue Key Darling, and coordination of homecoming and graduation exercises. This year the chapter had the honor of coordinating the National Convention which was held in Kansas City. The final activities of the year were the Annual Prayer Breakfast, the proceeds of which went to the Dean's Emergency Fund, and the selection of new members. The services combined with the per- sonalities of the men in Blue Key make the organization a very important part of the Teachers College. 265 Honorary Fraternity Sponsors Many and Varied Activities QLeftJ A meeting at the Ramada Inn Motel found Blue Key men posing for a casual picture. fRightj Steve Hungerford escorted faculty members at the 1968 spring commencement exercises. WT ....-Q QHTNQ CLeftJ Weekly noon lunclieons allow Blue Key members to discuss plan details. Qliightj Gwen Eidman, Blue Key Darling 1967-68, and Susie Nielsen, the newly selected Blue Key Darling, admire Susie's trophy after a dinner in her honor. '21 i ' 4 Susie Nielsen, 1968-69 Blue Key Darling, surrounded by fraternity members. 'Mm- fLc-ftj Steve Hungerford, chairman of the Statutes and Procedures Committee, analyzes amendments to the national Blue Key constitution. flliglitl VV. Rl, Staleup and Steve Hungerford outline tlie general business agenda with Ur. Eng- ler, national executive officer. Leftl Frank Helton informally greets visiting delegates at a coffee following registration. CRigl1t and belowj Blue Key men discuss plans with Mrs. Held, secretary to the national executive officer. Blue Key Coordinates National Convention u 267 P UAC The 1968-69 Union Activities Council was under the direction of Robert Hart- sook, president, for a second year. The Council was busy planning, arranging, and supervising activities that touch all students on the Teachers College campus. UAC continued this year to grow and expand its many varied programs. The agenda included such well-known figures as Pat Paulsen, a 1968 Presidential candi- date, who performed to a capacity crowd in Emporia just three nights before his defeat at the polls. Dances added a lively flavor to the year's activities as The Red Dogs, Spider and the Crabs, The Rising Suns, and many others spent crowded evenings on campus. Noted speakers were also present for ryt yy W ww, Bob llartsook, UAC president, relaxes alt the Xi llu Leadership lietrezit. this year's activities. The campus heard Drew Pearson, Pearl Buck, David Schoen- brun, and Carl Rowan as part of UAC Confrontation Series and Educational and Cultural lecture series. Kristy Rzuusey serves as the UAC treasurer. Ron Hines, Sue Zselioclie, and Judy Tlioleu work on UAC committees. lion Loewen and lion Sassc, Clllllflllilfl of the sociilfu CI'L'2ltiO1l2ll committee, pose with The First Edition I UAC Tim Underwood serves us vice-president of UAC. 4 Roberta Barstow and Bob Blocker' lend the special events committee. lv .f . my X X N it - we ., :MN- Educational and cultural events Were under the direction of Vvillllll Hanlon. Lynne Bollinger and Vickie Morris headed the hos- Deunna Morton works on the pulmlieartions and eorn- lnmliff' C0mmittCC- munieations eonnnittee for UAC. Carl XVinn directs forums and lectures. Fashion Fantasy 270 Union Activitie s Council Presents . . Paulsen Rig-a-Twig Face to Face ,,,,-wg. K A L E k ., , v K , x E 4 Friday Night Shows Two B 't L Flzcks Student Council The Xi Phi Leadership Retreat was an opportunity for STUCO members to discuss student problems. N wikffffz- K-SV S? il 11:..f-Lie A' 2 Stuco Replaced B N W Student Senate Girls gather in a gah session to discuss cheerleading for thc charity ganic. .-be, 'z iiifg M, Stuclcnt Council selected thcir own cheerleaders to display thcir loam spirit at thc charity galm 272 New System Represents Each Department Student Council serves as a bridge of understanding between the student body and the administration. In order to have a better representation, the Council re- organized during the spring semester into a student senate. Forty-three students rep- resented their major department on the senate. Council activities began this year with Freshman Orientation Week, followed by the International Student Tea and Hay- rack Ride. Second semester, the Council saw the PassfNo Credit grading system, which they originated, become incorpor- ated at the Teachers College. In the spring, the Council sponsored the Penny Carnival where all the money was donated to six charitable organizations. The Council also selected Whots VVho In American Col- leges and Universities, and regulated all campus elections. The Teachers College Student Council is a member of the Associated Student Governments. President Visser helped initiate and guide the new senate. Wm ff..,.:.1 - -f X- .'s. 'fg I p. , . , Harry Stevens, Assistant Dean of students, helped stu- dents to form the new senate. A snowy day ushered students to the bus to attend the mock senate that begun ll hopeful chapter in student government. 'Nw Dr. llzamlcl Durst, projcn-t Kg dil'L'L'tU1' ..,,,, X '- Ur. Ilurluzx Bowuuun, field Q gg zlsscwsmmlmxt officc-1' Nillllj' Calc, Sl'L'1'i't2ll'y Ilaxw- lic-tts, NPCV Cf, S. lima, :ulvisor X .'was.s-1: - N:-Qs? r:'::.: , , 'P- - R ,A Dr, Guy Homuu, tm-lxn1ca1l x ' ig -Q., ig . 1 w Y ' N' - Dr. hugcne Crawford ' K ' :uv Y K W 7 :E i. ii H 5 'SEQ if P93-C9 Corps: Indian Science Workshop Immlm XX lll'Y'lllLlI1, l1l'fX Q 4 -1 .v 5 5 2 OZ in V026 V162 Zi- .J 5, ..w" QL Q k,., N , ,fi r ' , .W - . 4 98' ul 7' fu fqlg, -il I -s 5 . . , xg . 5, ,g t ,- 1: - A A Q -FSA -95 A lg. l 4 1 i V Cd U1 D i l 1 C5 U lv W3 Bi i L. M I- PAN ffm !"i'ww Y A KV, -X X S Q .K ff 3 - .s1k,9i53. ' X Q Y k Q, F' gfhgn I v Q 1 5 g 5 A' 'JR ' --. 1 1 1 i 5, . -isaaziitr-..,s:.f,z vm, . . ,,., v x . :E EER 12 1. SJ.. I ' 3 fb , , . r- ,fm ' e 1- ., sw,-v 4 Q., . i lil , Q t S :gf Q " , h gi NL Hb... S ':'i lv all X .iwf fgf we L . xg ,Wi M h ' My, 4 f a . , '0 L S .. 32' A V 1, L S , v.f'fgj K gif 'ra 5 szf A ,iss Vi TL i Q 'ZH my . X Q . ,. Try. - -M J' Y .H ,Abi W .9-YQ I Q .Milne Q W 5 ,M - Q' i .L.,.-AQ-sm-Af A 1 SQ en 'gQ,,sw ,s' ' ,g m -N . J u www 4 li 3 E if F I i 2 1 -Q I J E 5 ..,. S .eg VS 45-- . N 2 - 1 ' as .4 V X r r Q E rl 3 5 ,Y 5 ' aw if ,. 'f..P, ' Z -, . .... . 'L 4' ,4 '- 1'- ? Ya, f 1 K af f , -Q: ,ami k, 'g e' Y Mx .'.Hf-Qff ' -15 it -. a 1 ,,, it nr, 1 z, Soul-searching jim Flory was editor of a controversial Bulletin first semester. It was the semester of martyrdom. The crusader: one James Flory, a bushy lipped student who edited the newspaper with an innovational flair reminiscient of a junior W. A. White. Or a junior Ralph Ginsburg. Or maybe just a junior. Whatever, Editor Flory not only glamorized the status of the college re- porterC?J but gave the Teachers College a fall semester full of frustrations, anxieties, and most of all. . . memories. Yes, memories. Remember? That homecoming Friday when EVERYONE walked out of their classes . . . The editorial campaigns that answered the popular question: "Can a stoned, drug addicted Teachers College student find happiness in a slum owned by a negligent landlord?,' Those were the days. The fall Bulletin will be remembered, unfortunately and wrongly by some, as "sensationalistic" and "yellow." The Bul- letin of that semester will be most remem- bered as the most active and representa- tive student newspaper both at the Teach- ers College and in the state of Kansas f - ' fr ge ' ' since time, as they say, immemorium. The Bulletin continues to speak for the T Q Teachers College community. May it never i be stilled. Knee-deep in galleys, the 1968 Bulletin staff combined their efforts to produce the weekly paper. Left to right: Bob Guerrant, Iody Prather, business manager, Martin Linde-mann, feature editor, Mike Clark, Linda Law, society editor Mr. Ecklund, advisor, Steve Gresham. Not pictured: Bev Darrali, assistant editor. ' , 1nnll""l""""X ll at 'g,...e:v N1 lil Spring semester editor Ron Loewen distinguished the Bulletin with outstmdmg photogriphy layouts 1 , - , IK p, irri , xjgf A' iiri xi' I , , X . B. 4 lffx fsca 1 -an Exclusives and scoops were the speciality of the second semester staff. joe Aleshire, Donovan Walling, I. D. Vunsickle, Bob Hollinger, Rex Snavely, Vera Young, Luna Schrimsher, society editor. Cllightl Vicki Carroll and Phyllis Kinder, co-assistant editors. Let it not be said that the spring se- mester Bulletin was either newsless or readerless. If anything, this semester's newspaper was the most journalistically adept of all Bulletins. To say that Editor Loewen "tried" is less than true. He tried. And succeeded. A triumph. Success: an abstract term referring in this case to the spring Bulletin, when all the news was news, and presented with profound taste. A socko semester for the newspaper. Steve Crum, Contributing Editor SUNFLOXYEIR STAFFA Bev Dnrmln, Nancy Hull, c-ditorg Linda KLlXYL'ZyllSki, Cindy EiSl'llh2llll'l', ussistauxt cditor. Icuuniv FXIL-ycr, Robert Ecklund, advisor. Not picturm-dz Harold X7,'I1Cti4lllCI', Tad Patterson, Izmct Lanirlglmm, Allcnc- Long. Q QL xr il' -. .r. Q- Q 1- f Q Q31 fi S .f xx E F , X ffm J 3 . il: FQ-as Teachers College Press Prints Yearbook for First Time Xi ' 'nh' in 279 , A Lk V .L Xi Phi Xi Phi sponsored thc Miss Emporia Statc Contest at which Susan Lillig was crowned the winner by last ycarls queen, Marsha Smith. jim Walsh, Xi Phi mem- ber, was Master of Ceremonies. Mrs. Virginia Higgins Dr. David Travis Kristy Baptist Jay Bezdek Bob Bridgman 9 -. wt Kathy Brown . William Emerson Nita Foulks . Nancy Comp If 280 Established in 1922 at the Teachers College, Xi Phi is an honorary leadership fraternity. The 24 members are chosen each year upon their leadership, service, cooperation, and loyalty on the Teachers College campus. Juniors and seniors who have at least a 2.5 grade point average are eligible. Annual events sponsored by Xi Phi are the Miss Emporia State Contest and Xi Phi Leadership Retreat. They also help during freshman orientation week. Officers of the 1968-69 school year were Dan Hayes, president, Doug Hime, vice-president, Nita Foulks, secretary, Bill Emerson, treasurer, and Linda Horvath Leadership Retreat Chairman. Xi Phi Leadership Retreat Draws Campus Leaders For Discussions of College Problems Hurtsook, Robert Hayes, Dam Himw, Doug Horvatln. Lincla' Jackson, ,Indy Kinzer, Sliuron Lzlmmy, Dianm' Locwen. lion Nloutcc, Mike Morris. Vicki Xlurplly, ,lan Self, .lay Stewart, -lim Swartz, Icanno XVillSll, Jim XVingravc, jim 28 lpha Delta Fathers enjoyed a weekend with their daughters. 282 an Terry Owens, Candy Cane Couple candidate, was din- ner gucst of the Alpha Delta Nuis. Fall rush began for Alpha Delta Nu as the Panhellenic Council and other mem- bers of the national sororities combined forces for the Erst time to entertain rushees during "The Nu Frontier." This event was an example of the Greek unity which has developed on this campus during the past few years. Throughout the month of October Al- pha Delta Nu worked for their annual service project, The United Fund Drive. Colleen Staggs represented ADN in the Miss Peggy Pedagog contest. Colleen was also the USP candidate for senior class secretary. Alpha Delta Nu has spent the past year contacting various national sororities for the possibility of colonization. "Quality" has been the key word ir1 striv- ing for those high goals which the women of ADN consider an important part of their college life. Social events of the year included a fall informal, a spring formal, the an- nual Mother's Day Banquet, and Dad's Weekend. The 1968-69 officers are Tonetta Tincher, president, Donna Buser, vice- presidentg Linda Duprez, recording secre- tary, Rosemary Schmidt, corresponding secretary, Kande Gafford, treasurerg Col- leen Staggs, pledge trainerg and Arlene Bomholt, rush chairman. Lucy, Linus, Charlie Brown, and their friends made the scene at the Alpha Nu's "Peanut,s" informal. Women On "Nu Frontier " Strive for Quality As Key Goal of College Life Q y si,f sssss a srfrrs at .sss , 'i'V' 'nf f Aw 7 W? 'fi f ff , , ,m3, I ,,,, , wt f 5 5 V . Kimball, Kay McLaughlin, Alma Andre, Carol Andre, Chris Barker, Judy Bock, Vicki Bomholt, Arlene Buser, Donna , ' 4 f H V .., , 4 M ' 'vl . '- Q .,r. 1, Wu, y ii' 1 QA , 539 Childs, Linda Duprez, Linda Cafford, Kande Heldebrant, Janet Heptig, Sandi Lamborn, Mary Reineckcr, Patricia Schmidt, Rosemary Sommers, Rita Tatlock, Marlys Staggs, Colleen Tincher, Tonetta 28 lpha Sigma lpha FORTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS - FOUND- ED LONGWOOD COLLEGE, FARM- VILLE. VIRGINIA, 1901 - EPSILON EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1917 - President, Diane Lammyg Vice- President, Kathy Brown, Secretary, Jan Champieuxg Treasurer, Cheryl Cantrell, Chaplain, Pat Kerr, Pledge Educator, Debbie Thruneg Editor, Joyce Sinn. Alpha Sigma Alpha began the 1968- 69 year with a successful fall rush. The theme of "All American Alpha" was car- ried out in red, white, and blue at base- ball, cover girl, and political rush parties. After classes began, the first major event was the campus elections in which Deanna Morton ran for freshman repre- sentative of UAC. Alphas, Karen Easter and Lana Scrimsher, were previously elected to the offices of senior and junior class student council representatives, re- spectively. Later in the fall the Alpha dads visited the house for Father's Weekend and en- joyed a Hornet football game. Alpha moms were entertained during the spring semester. November brought with it the annual sale of Homecoming mums. Alpha Sigma Alpha was well represented in the Miss Peggy Pedagog contest by Cherri Mc- Grew, Karen Easter, and Joyce Sinn. During the Big and Little Sister party, the Alpha of the Year was named, and later the Alphas entertained their dates with a buffet dinner, Christmas carols, and special Christmas stockings. Social events included two pledge in- formals, the spring formal, and exchanges. Dinner speakers helped to enrich the sor- ority as a learning experience. Alpha Sigs served the campus and community by co-sponsoring a picnic for mentally retarded children and by assist- ing with the Bloodmobile, the United Fund Drive, and the Salvation Army Bell Ring. Alpha Sigs were also busy in various honorary organizations, departmental groups, and were on the honor rolls. L L ' 1, 1' Hoffmans, Marguerite ' Albright, Jolene up Armstrong, Becky Bass, Donna n Bell, Louann Brown, Kathy K N I 'E Cantrell, Cheryl ii Chumpieux, Ian Christian, Elisa Clark, Nancy Clune, Betty 'S E 5 J Q I 4 4 , - 5 -5 N- , vt - .. 1 ssit X ... ...- P C4 " Dikcmore, Ruth Dougherty, Sharon Dowse, Linda Easter, Karen Edwards, jane Elliott, Ioan L A Engle, Linda Foncannon, Cathy P Foster, Penny Galliart, Shirley Garrett, Ginny Garrett, Sandra Geist, Vicki ,,:s .,.,,.- i si-Q ..'.'.: g,,xf:s,w .f1"' Qxxt, ,gf r . ,E:::, 3 in ..: iLQii:-' : iq " il i 'fr 'itz s i ' ZQQ W , -. law' 284 M Peggy i ,, if - ,..': A , RX :I k .:,, , g t ,L,L K S 4 .,- : , a 1 Qszsfefszfi Mullane Named "Alpha Girl" , .wi t J .5 , 4 V, ,, K L- . X A ,,.x, .. . iw Q5 at 3 is , ix , 1 Q l- 'l l .Q 1 S - -X :ig e fp. , -- :- t zl' We . . 5 L A L tttt L 3 9 s 4 ,, iw ,gt .:.L: get .,..k: , 4 1414, t A ' 42 sy L Q65 L . W, H f 3 ,fe tit, e if D S 4 K l Qi ' i L wa' - f .-me usa . . A... . ,. .,-,,, Q m,.: K gf X x., K' K K EY. ,V Q t . .. 'ui' , 44 :QP S as ' t eeii L'L':x K' S X L K l 35 -f' tag T 1: K 4 a t "'i"'2 W M ,: I : Tlirune, Debbie Toman, Ianet Wclls, Kathleen Wright, Claudia Ciggy, Darla Githery, Io Hakenholz, Ian Kerr, Pat Kemper, Sandra Kinsley, ' Janelle Kristufek, Celia Kuhnert, Marilyn Lacey, Charlene Lammy, Diane Litwin, Deborah McCrew, Cherri Melton, Diana Mitchell, Brenda Montgomery, Joyce Moore, Tina Morton, Deanna Mullaue, Peggy Netson, Pamela Orth, Barb Penna, Helen Papperdine, Janet Purcell, Ian Radington, Teresa Rankin, Lou Reeves, Carol Rose, Sally Sanders, Susan Schierling, Harriet Scott, Debbie Scrimslier, Lana Scritchfield, Marsha Sinn, Ioyce Small, Anita Smith, Iulie Sowder, Nancy Stalcup, Kathy Stork, Alane Sutton, Donna Thompson, Marsha Tliorson, Patricia Thrune, Carol 285 lpha Sigma Tau Fall rush began for Alpha Sigma Tau as the rushees were led through the "Time Tunnel." The rushees visited the Primitive, Roaring 20's, Psychedelic, and Present eras. The week ended successfully with the pledging of 23 girls. During the first semester, the AT's were busy planning many activities. In October they had Dad's Weekend, which provided a chance for the girls to be- come acquainted with all the dads in the house. Also in October the girls exhibited their talent in a skit for the Homecoming Previews. The highlight of the iirst semes- ter was the Alpha Sigma Tau informal. Second semester brought Motheris Weekend and the Alpha Sigma Tau formal Elected officers were Sharon Kinzer president' Linda Cain vice-president' Cheryl Pennington secretary' and Jan Oathout treasurer Joyce Pinkerton served on Student Council' Lynn Bollinger and Wilma Hanlon participated on UAC THIRTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS- FOUND- ED MICHIGAN STATE NORMAL, YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN, 1899 - IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 -Presi- dent, Sharon Kinzerg Vice-President, Lin- da Cain, Recording Secretary, Cheryl Pen- nington, Corresponding Secretary, Vicki Boyer' Treasurer Jan Oathout' Rush Chairman Joyce Pinkerton Editor Con- nie Davison' Pledge Trainer Kris Schub- ert Historian Paulette Good' Scholarship Chairman Nona Rees. Q a Smith, Dorothy 3. ,f 5 Bayless, Laura Q Q 5 V M I Beilsmith, Beney ' ' Benignus, Linda 0 , . Bollinger, Lynne i.,,,'p Y ,.,p A Y A ppl, I 1 ' A Bowers, Sue -- st a : , .,,,.. C X -,:. , sg - ::-, y i, ::- 3 Boyer, Vicki L Q , , '-- , it A 5 ' Brandt, Nancy -Q - L ' V ' K Q lql Briscoe, Molly -,A S " " V 5 I ' A ' ffl, Brown, Ianet Igw pp p A E - , A A "fs . 4 Q A Bruce, Kathy 5, . A --,-: 3 S p . Q pvpt 'f 'i zi Cain, Linda "-' ,,.,, ' esti 4 ,M A :,. T kg ,, A . h 2 Caldwell, Mary , ' ' i " f 4, 'li ' as 9 A A I Carduff, Cynthia S u p , - ,,, Q Y Coleman, Phyllis " 3 ' if 1 - " ' ,kqq 1. ' Cooper, Barbara , . -'-' . vw pf . . rt? , K Cox, Linda .',. t ,,, 1-:fi .. " A in may arm :.f: it ,.- ""e ",' ii": ' "', 9 ' ' rsts tsse t 'i Davison, some l ' - A ' X ' ' .- f 2 W- Q , Oathout, Ianette .. A ,W -Z.. I - Q S ' ' 1 9 if s 1 l Didde, Teri -lvl., 'K ,s K N if A ' Q , pp " Good, Paulette L . ' ' ,,',k , ' ,, A' ,Q ' A ' iz' I Hamilton, Denise , ,Ag ",' ii Pi, .iii ',', il ..,i A y..,,. , i .' ' Hanlon, 10311119 V "t" ' . 286 Alpha Tau's Lead Rushees Through " Time Tunnel"- 3 Girls Pledge ,Af sth f 1 Q r Q' , h q,Q,,l hh ln, ll ,,, e f as g - Iii Y 'Y L r ,- gag h 5 Q M. if Q ,t fy , -1 it 4. we gh 1 hh s 41 h 3 A1 '31 7 , ff , ' 1. 'Q c h V "nf I "h . , -Zz., h h ' "f' h. U Q ' uv' h ' 47 'lx . h V, "" W hs ' hhh, , , ' M M Ei, A f M . 'rl VV I i My M I VV my V4 f:,7,, If vlz A X -. Q hh e M h V M 'lll ff. H h .. S llle ' K "e9'W.h V vs ' 3: - h 2 QV f 4 hh, ,Ahh , hryy hrhny E 5 h PM MW X r ? ' A , , iq., it ,L In h I I 'fi rea t ,a -h h my my M, shi, K I ,, , ik ff ' if LA V gh ,WS h 5 f 4 ' fp 'N-. Aa A , " f4W'r,, 'ffl f hw ff V R .L h h. . " -' 'V L h a M., J A Q ."?. K I -. I . ' h I AI nf I ' ' ' , V ,h ,hkh -57 ' 1' I h fl I , sf- I W' ...h ' K Ihh ,V ' v - V h ,f F w, Af-V ! if Weston, Cherri Williams, Rosalind h h Workman, Linda Wooten, Sheila ,h,hh h ,hk A , E ,gags 1 h , Wh, A M 59 mf hf Hanlon, Wilma Hannan, Cathryn Harris, Holly Hastings, Marlys Hayward, Susan Herman, Peggy Hilliard, Norma Holmes, Donna jones, Colleen Kabureck, Liz Kinzer, Sharon Krebbs, Vicki Kutilek, Jan Langston, Karen Lawrence, Marian Miller, Alice Misak, Nancy Mouse, Marcy Murray, Patricia Myer, Debbie Mynatt, Molly Newlin, Nancy Pennington, Chery Pennington, Ionda Pinkerton, Ioyce Ratkey, Kathy Rees, Nona Russell, Pamela Sanders, Nancy Schneider, Paula Schubert, Kristine Shearer, Peggy Solheim, Linda Stanley, Debbi Stanley, Zandra Stanley, Virginia Standiferd, Linda Walsh, Sharon Waldrop, Barbara Warnock, Connie Warnock, Rebecca NVells, Jean 1 287 hi Omega Chi O's were active on the campus scene ir1 various departmental and interest organizations. Two Chi Omegas were members of Xi Phi, with Nita Foulks serving as secretary. Nine Chi Omegas were chosen for Spurs, with Georganna Andree serving as president and Becky Bowman as treasurer. Two members were chosen for Cardinal Key. Nancy Gorup was elected as junior representative to Student Council. Three Chi O's, Nita Foulks, Mary Henthorne, and Virginia Smith, were elected as AWS officers. Three of the sorority's members cheered the athletic teams to victory, and others were members of Pep Club. The soro.rity studied hard in hopes of again winning the Panhellenic scholarship trophy.,Scholarship of members was evi- dent by members being in various honor- ary organizations and on the honor rolls. ONE HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT CHAP- TERS - FOUNDED UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE, AR- KANSAS, APRIL 5, 1895 - NU ZETA ESTABLISHED APRIL 8, 1961 - President, Margaret Birch, Vice-President, Vicki Waugh, Secretary, Nancy Gorupg Treasurer, Judy J ackson, Pledge Trainer, Suzy Jenistag Rush Chairman, Nita Foulks. Q- - it XVilson, Lucille Anclree, Ceorganna Armstrong, Carol Ball, Deanna Baptist, Kristy Bireli, Margaret ., WN if I . - 43' X Bowman, Becky , Burgess, Barbara Campbell, Bonnie Carpenter, Helen Collins, Gail Corker, Pam Cranz, Pain Davis, Jeanne Donathan, Suzanne Donovan, Deena Driscoll, Judy Edson, Karen Fanning, Iody 288 Fiedler, Shirley Fonlks, Nita Fredrick, Ginger Cleue, Sandy Corup, Nancy 3 ' W , : 1" ifiaaaaaaaz - ,Wi fm -,A IU 1 ,, EP Creathouse, joEllen Hailc, Peggy Heeney, Terry Heitinan, Raylene Henthorne, Mary Heskamp, Kathy Highee, Holmes : Hustler, Jackson, Ienista, Johnson, Terry Chris Sally Judy Suzy Linda Kaske, Kathy Mall, Susan Manly, Laura Matrow, Iody Matrow, Leslie McCarty, Annette McGuire, Mary McQuillan, Sue Messick, Linda Miller, Fran Miller, Cay Moss, Virginia 1 Murphy, Barb Nielson, Suzy Ogilvie, Peggy Parker, Charis Peterson, Brenda Petsick, Toni Poland, Suzie Razook, Cathy Rice, Gloria Sallee, Trish Schneider, Phoebe Schultheis, Lynn Sexton, Janet Smith, Virginia Steadman, Debbie Thompson, Bev Waugh, Vicki W edel, Carol White, Iettie Wilder, Sandy Wilson, Connie NVoods, Marcia 2239 , f ,f,,,, W. K , ,.,, W: 1325561 , 9215 11, :ww Vw. .wi-fp.: , f Vw 1-, -vw -',zM,sw.,-...M 1,-42,1-E mr- , ff i 5 K 1 ,W 'fi " QV .ff , ' , f 7 Qt5f'2'g4Q fi 7 TW N, ' 4 if X , ,.,. 4 :-,: W ff ,f . , , . Q1 ff A ,gyw ,,. --N . in , f z V M mf.. . ,.- E-M,-, - , '21-ww ' t 'www W ' V ww, ff gi , ,YU 4 P Ya Ml lag, L fi ff ww, ,, ,, fr gsmm Delta Zeta started out the year and the "Go Greek" spirit with the rush theme of "Thoroughly Modern Delta." Delta Zetas were active on the campus scene in various departmental and interest organizations. Connie Fowler was secre- tary-treasurer of the sophomore class and a member of Spurs. Two Delta Zetas were in Treble Clef. Becky Hiss was a Xi Phi member. Marsha Brack was president of the local chapter and past state vice-presi- dent, and Jan Buckman served as presi- dent of Panhellenic Council. Four Delta Zetas served on the board of SEA, and other members were on various UAC and Student Council committees. Social events included many ex- 290 Delta Zeta ONE HUNDRED NINETY-THREE CHAPTERS FOUNDED MIAMI UNIVERSITY OXFORD OHIO 1902 DELTA PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1956 President Vicki DeLay Recording Secretary Suzanne Schubert Correspond JoAnn Harlin Pledge Tramer Janice Barker Rush Chalrman Shirley Helmer Historian Karen Smith 7 9 7 - . , . . 5 . 7 Q ' ing Secretary, Beccy Stolteg Treasurer, . 5 . , . s ' , ' 5 . . , . I changes, the Delta Diamond Formal, and the annual informal, "Stable Stomp." Christmas brought many activities includ- ing the Alumni Christmas party and tea, the Bell Ring for the Salvation Army, and a party for Headstart Children. Phyllis Darnes represented Delta Zeta in the Miss Peggy Pedagog contest. Martha McCoy and Charles Divitto were DZ,s candidates for Candy Cane Couple. Pat Sipe was Commode Bowl candidate. At the Delta Zeta National Conven- tion in St. Louis, Delta Pi Chapter was awarded first place for original rush skits and decorations, for outstanding standards programs, and for magazines. Marie Berz was awarded the Alcoth Alum Award. Brasier, Lois Ace, Becky Ayres, Rita Barker, Janice Becker, Trudy Blackburn, Carol Bohn, Rhonda Booker, Terri Brack, Marsha Buckman, Ian Calvert, Sue Cochran, Janet Wi ,A Q '4'IH,, -1? z" ,Q N 4--uf ff' iw ' zljifzv in 'Ji' 1 -in W 4- .72 2' iz: ". ' I an 3'-4 s -i-15.9 f' 'A , . Q M A D- ,,... 447 4 4 .375 Thorpe, LaDena Trenncpohl, Jean Wehking, Dot JV' D. T9 , .. . , , I - ' 'Il Courtney, Kim Darnes, Phyllis DeLay, Vicki Elder, Julie Fields, Mary Fowler, Connie Gambino, Karen Golden, Vickie Graham, Bonnie Grogan, Janice Hahn, Jana Harlin, JoAnn Helmer, Shirley Hermes, Penny Higgins, Barbara Higgins, Kathy Hiss, Becky Hosford, Nina Jensen, Kristin Johnson, Linda Kerr, Alice Klotz, Rcnie Kochn, Peggy Lylcs, Linda Manley, Linda McAdoo, Kristie McCoy, Martha McGaughcy, Kathy Moriarty, Kathy Ottc, Eileen Phillips, Chris Polk, Lynda Price, Jackie Rielancl, Trish Roach, Joyce Roza, Sharon Schubert, Suzanne Sipc, Pat Smith, Karen Stangle, Karen Stoltc, Bcccy Thomas, Joyce 29 Sigma Kappa Cracc Booth and Carolyn Campbell practice for a Camelot skit during fall rush. Mrs. Cordon Duncan, national president of Sigma Kap- pa, was in liniporia for rush week activities. Left to right: ,lolene Supple, Kendalenc Flanagan, Linda Brown, and Debi Hanson. ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN CHAP- TERS - FOUNDED COLBY COLLEGE, WATERVILLE, MAINE, 1874 - DEL- TA EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISH- ED 1959 -President, Kendalene Flana- gan, First Vice-President, Susan Hutch- croftg Second Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Margaret Withroderg Recording Secretary, Carolyn Campbell, Cor- responding Secretary, Bev Yenzerg Treas- urer, Linda Finch, Rush Chairman, Jolene Supple. 5 gi- E V, 292 hi X 5 Rx Q A SS ai. , N ill 1 si , , if - ' X . M 2, :SW s -. S S331 If- Q A 'ii Johnson, Veda Barstow, Roberta Belirendt, Karalee Blaine, Gloria Booth, Grace Brown, Linda Brown, Susan 'Z Campbell, Carolyn les X Clayton, Linda Comley, Charlotte Danielson, Carolyn DeHoney, Nancy Dirks, Debbie Duncan, Sandy Dyck, Ieanne Engle, Marsha Finch, Linda Fink, Diane i X Q .. 3 22 A Flanagan, Kendalene Cough, joy Hanson, Debi Hutchcroft, Susan Lindenmeyer, Pain Lozier, Sheila National Sig Kap Visits Emporia EU, -my E Matlock, Angie McLeod, Marjorie Murphy, Diane Musick, Marcia Melson, Sheryl Newbanks, Pat QV! VVarner, Pam Withroder, Margaret "The Many Lands of Sigma Kappa" greeted rushees during formal rush in August. Twelve of these girls formed the fall Sig Kap pledge class. Mrs. Gordon Duncan, national president of Sigma Kap- pa, was in Emporia for rush week ac- tivities. At the biennial Sigma Kappa National Convention held in San Diego, Delta Ep- silon, having won the second place berth in Panhellenic scholarship, also won an award for scholastic excellence. Sigma Kappas were elected to several campus honoraries this year. Sig Kaps were represented in Spurs, Alpha Beta, Alpha Theta Rho, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi Delta Phi, Tau Beta Sigma, and Phi Lambda Theta. Sigmas won first place in the Pan- hellenic College Bowl and captured the winning slot in softball intramurals. Deb- bie Dirks and Roberta Barstow served as sophomore and freshman representatives to UAC. Charlotte Comley was elected secretary-treasurer of Women's Physical Education Club, and Diane Murphy was publicity chairman. Tau Beta Sigma elected Terri Taylor as rush chairman. The lead role in The Wizard of Oz went Patrick, Sharen Staton, judy Supple, Jolene Sutton, Sharon Taylor, Theresa Yenzer, Bev to Sharon Sutton, and Angie Matlock took part in the FHERDA speech tours. The social year began with "Poverty '68," the fall informal which was held in the chapter room. In December the Crown Pearl Ball heralded the announcement of several chapter honors. Roberta Barstow won the Outstanding Pledge award, and Linda Finch and Marjie McLeod were elected Outstanding Big and Little Sisters. Tom Austin was crowned king of the formal. Sigma dads helped cheer on the KSTC Hornets to a victory during Father's Weekend in October, and mothers proved to be enthusiastic supporters of Miss E- State contestants during their weekend in March. In campus competition, Susan Hutch- croft was a candidate for Blue Key Darling. Carolyn Campbell competed for the title of Miss Peggy Pedagog. Debbie Dirks and Doug Kimball were Candy Cane Couple contestants. Angie Matlock participated in the Miss Emporia State pageant, and Roberta Barstow was a can- didate for Best Dressed Coed. Marjorie McLeod was a contestant for Miss Sun- flower. 293 Sigma Sigma Sigma Charlie Brown and his cartoon friends graced the Tri Sig house during fall rush to "play ball" with 24 new pledges. "Children's Hour,,' the theme for the fall informal, provided children's fairy tales for ideas on dress, decorations, and entertainment. Tri Sigmas were active in many ac- tivities and organizations, resulting in sev- eral honors. Last spring, Vickie Johnson was crowned Miss Emporia and went . V in tw :ers-1.. wt- ,., I S- , WAN Q.. s Os - - ind r S . ., 'l 294 SIXTY-NINE CHAPTERS - FOUNDED LONGWOOD COLLEGE, FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA, 1898 - PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1917 - President, Sue Zschoche, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Patty Tate, Recording Secretary, Gay Davisg Corresponding Secretary, Sharon Enyartg Treasurer, Kathy Sheahang Schol- arship Chairman, Lora Husligg Rush Chairman, Judy Smith. to Pratt to become third runner-up to Miss Kansas. Patty Tate was elected to serve as secretary-treasurer of the junior class and Judy Tholen and Sue Zschoche were elected to serve on UAC. Three Sigmas directed their enthusiasm toward cheer- leading, and Sue Calvert was chosen to represent the Teachers College in the Miss Cheerleader USA contest. Jan Murphy was crowned Miss Peggy Pedagog, with Susan Carey serv- ing as an attendant. There were four other Sigmas representing organizations in the Homecoming festivities. Last spring Jeanne Swarts was crown- ed Sigma Tau Gamma White Rose Queen, and Mary Taylor was crowned the Tau Kappa Epsilon Red Carnation Queen. Georgeanne Ford and Nancy Herrick were selected for membership in Cardinal Key, and five Sigmas were selected to Who's Who. Jan Murphy and Jeanne Swarts were members of Xi Phi, and four girls served as members of Spurs. Smith, Bea Anderson, Sandy Baptist, Candy Barewin, Ianet Bremer, Donna Buehler, Marci Byrum, Linda Cagwin, Mary Caldwell, Vicki Calvert, Sue Carey, Susan Conner, Katy Dall, Cheryl Davis, Gay Duhovik, Linda Eastman, Sharon Enyart, Sharon Evans, Cathy Tri Sigmas Go to Fairyland for "Children's Hour" Informal X ss t Q is 5 6 N . QF 5? .: . lf' if? X , V nf. e I J i., G, Si x J 35 1 x "' J il: - zlb K K Y LL'LLL L 3f f . i S J' " -W I ,,.:f .J ' SSS Via figij M Q Q s 1 M , , l X ., i Westover, Jill Y In - NVilson, Jan 1 2 A Zsehoche, Sue - " ai ' - Fahring, Donna Fife, Debbie Flynn, Pamela Ford, Georgeann Ford, Jill Fowler, Linda Giffin, Karen Gifford, Jeanne Herrick, Nancy Herrick, Sue Huslig, Laura Kain, Julie Kline, Janine Kracht, Debbie Law, Linda Lillig, Susie McMahon, Pat Modeland, Gloria Moore, Janice Munn, Miden Murphy, Jan Palecek, Pat Parker, Connie Parks, Gay Pulliam, Janet Rowland, Marsha Schultz, Sheri Sell, Nancy Sharpe, Sue Sheahan, Kathy Sheets, Gail Smith, Jerri Smith, Judy Snyder, Lynda Stanton, Nicki Stewart, Mary Swarts, Jeanne Tate, Patty Taylor, Jane Taylor, Mary Tholen, Annie Tholen, Judy 295 Panhellenic Council AZ ZK Panhellenic Council provides an oppor- tunity for the single local and the six na- tional sororities at Kansas State Teachers College to come together to plan and co- ordinate activities and to discuss universal problems of campus living. Together, the sororities work to fulfill the ideals and standards that are professed in the Pan- hellenic Creed. Panhellenic is comprised of a president, a rush chairman, and a selected Panhel- lenic representative from each of the sor- orities. Ruth Schillinger, Dean of Women, and Dr. Morgan of the English depart- ment are advisors to the council which meets bi-monthly. Aside from its main function of or- ganizing and supervising sorority rush week, the council initiates community service projects with which all sororities help. The council provides a place for the sororities to meet and discuss all cur- rent issues. Top row: Vicky DeLay, Debbie Hanson, Kendnlenc Flannugun, Tonettu Tinchcr, Patty Tate, Arlene Boniholt, Susan Mall. Second row: jcannc Dyck, Nancy Ilcrrick, jan Murphy, Joyce Pinkerton, Sharon Kinzcr, Nlargarct Birch Karen Easter. Sc-ated: Kathy Heskzunp, jan Bucknian, Helen Pcnna, Denise Hamilton. 296 1 ! i Top row: Toni Mulvenon, Phil Martin, Ben Ford, Bill Rider, Al Sanders, Ron Loewen, Dean Headley, Bob Boyer Kent Speers, Cary Turner, Steve Travis, Dennis Angle, William Gilliland, Ron McColpin, Gary Shinn, Dave Reed, Harry Stevens, sponsor. Seated: Jim Stewart, Jim Walsh, Doug Hime, Jay Self. Interfraternity Council Coordinating many activities among the Greek fraternities on campus is the purpose of IFC. Such activities are plan- ned so that they will be successfully com- pleted in an air of cooperation. Each week several committees stem- ming from IFC hold meetings which cover various school functions. Some of these functions are social affairs, student coun- cil representative, UAC representative, rush, scholarship, intramurals, United Fund, bloodmobile, and Greek Week. IFC is composed of twenty-five men under the leadership of president Doug AKA K Hime. 297 lpha Kappa Lambda FORTY-ONE CHAPTERS - FOUNDED UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, 1914- LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1949 - President, Bob Boyer, Vice-Presi- dent of Membership, Doug Berger, Vice- President of Education, Craig Orrison, Vice-President of Management, Lynn Smith, Treasurer, Curtis Weeks, House Manager, Joe Frazier, Pledge Educator, Rex Shorten, Rush Chairman, Rex Snavely. AKLS working on their award-winning Homecoming float. 298 As in years past, Alpha Kappa Lamb- da excelled in the areas of scholarship, sports, and overall improvement. The year was one of the most productive in AKL history. The first-place Scholarship trophy, first-place All-School Sports and Intra- mural trophy, Homecoming Float Sweep- stakes trophy, and the 1968 Interfraternity Council Alumni Sweepstakes trophy were won by the AKLs. The Alumni Sweep- stakes trophy was won the second time since its innovation. AKL community service projects in- cluded assisting needy families at Thanks- giving, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, a Christmas party for under- privileged children, and a spring picnic for the Retarded Childrens Center. AKLs participated in numerous cam- pus organizations. On the Student Coun- cil, Mike Manning and Charles Kessler served as sophomore representatives, Chris Duerksen and Charles Miller were junior representatives. Carl Winn was the junior representative to the UAC. Brian Hughes was junior class president and Bruce Powell was vice-president of the senior class. Doug Hime was Interfra- ternity Council president of the local and national Phi Beta Lambda. Chris Duerk- sen was president of Collegiate Young Democrats, and Mike Manning was presi- dent of Collegiate Young Republicans. AKLs were well represented in other campus organizations. Members of Blue Key included Steve Hungerford, president, Frank Helton, and Bob Guerrant. Mem- bers of Xi Phi were Doug Hime, vice- president, and Jay Bezdek. Who's VVho included Doug Hime, Jay Bezdek, Bob Boyer, and Chris Duerksen. Many AKLs were active in varsity sports. Joe Alshire, Dan Dennis, Ben Ford, and Gary Minson participated in varsity tennis. Larry Waggoner and Rich Kuzy- dym participated in baseball, Bruce Sloan in golf, and J. F. Blocher in basketball. Highlighting the year's social calendar was a winter formal and spring informal. Throughout the year, exchanges, fraternity functions, and numerous parties filled the social agenda. ii ,. , ir I . 'w s L, .f r y iiii , 5 Z ,... BE , Q M-we-,. .ef-we, tn.,-: -fze'f.emer,: m e fa ,, f K A , w r 5 'k':h: , X t E, X X. 'Wwe it Y X at 1 iffszfv- Q if D x i i' 1 Thoren, Alma Alcanter, Mike Aleshire, Joe Alpaugh, Ronald Baccus, Steve Berger, Doug Bczdek, Jay Blocher, I. B. Boyer, Bob Brock, Gayle Bunnel, john Chattcrton, Mike Clayton, jim Gowden, David Decker, Robert Dennis, Daniel Dieterich, Dale Duerksen, Chris Ford, Ben Frazier, loc Gccr, Ted Goodwin, Gary Guerrant, Robert Heck, Howard Hime, Douglas Hollinger, Robert House, Gregory Hughes, Brian Hungerford, Stephen Hunter, Gary Hyman, Rick Kessler, Charles Killebrew, John Krug, Robert Kuzydym, Rich Leatherwood, Carl Luthi, Roger Manning, Michael Martin, Morris McCann, Ben Merriman, James Michael, Marty Miller, Charles Minson, Gary Norris, Donald Ohlerneier, Terry Orrison, Craig Perrin, Douglas 299 Phillips, Charlie Powell, Bruce Prather, Jody Pruett, Donnie Pruitt, Jerry Reed, Dave Reninger, Ross Rhodes, D. Roy, Cary Sartin, Roger Shields, Lynn Shorten, Rex Sloan, Bruce Smith, Cary Smith, Lynn Snavely, Rex Stawowy, Joseph Stremel, Mike Taguc, Stan Talley, Michael Turvey, Robert Waggoner, Robert NVashburn, Dale Weeks, Curtis VVh1rry Dub W 1ll1 rms Darrell VV 1nn C rrl NV1ntcr P lul VVitherby Cllfford Wrqy NV1ll1 im X,,,t,1 ---- mf ., .. . --me M, . Q, ,,.,fw,. M -- - ew,-,-f, its fr ef -- em i We -- A if 2' i A is ,. Qs ". ,R .S L 'N X X AKLS Excel in Overall Improvement ' fzef in X it .,,.., , Phi Delta Theta ONE HUNDRED FORTY CHAPTERS - FOUNDED MIAMI UNIVERSITY, OXFORD, OHIO, 1848 - EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1968 -Presi- dent, Marc Johnson, Vice-President, Mike Monteeg Treasurer, Tim Fahrbachg Execu- tive Secretary, Tom Nunns. During semester break, Beta Sigma Tau, a local fraternity, was chartered as the Kansas Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Theta. The two and a half year process of going national was culminated with the installation of the Epsilon Chapter Janu- ary 18 and 19, 1968. Several members of the local fraternity traveled to Ashe- ville, North Carolina in August, 1968, to attend the national Phi Delta Theta con- vention. Their task was to petition the delegates in an attempt to receive a charter at the Kansas State Teachers College. Their success at the convention was en- thusiastically received by their brothers. Phi Delta Theta was consistently active in campus affairs. In Student Council, Mike Botterweck was senior class repre- sentative, and Carl Hanson was fresh- man class representative. Ron Sasse served as sophomore representative to UAC. Mike Montee and Bob Bridgman were members of Xi Phi, and Marc Johnson served as executive secretary in Blue Key. Bob Nelson was a member of Interfra- ternity Council and served as chairman of the annual IFC Retreat. Phi Delts also participated in varsity sports with Steve Stein and Jim Williams in basketball, Roger Bruning in cross country and track, and Dennis Steadman in golf. In 1968 the chapter received the sec- ond place scholarship award and the IFC best overall programs award. Such pro- grams as the new liberal pledge educa- tion, personal development, judicial board, and scholarship led the chapter to this award. Phi Delt's excellence in scholar- ship was rewarded when they received the first place IFC scholarship award for the spring semester of 1968. Phi Deltis were on the Dean's Honor Roll, scholar- ship programs, and various campus hon- orary societies. The Phi Delt social calendar was high- lighted by the fall informal and the spring formal. Informal events and woodsies filled the year's social activities for the Phi Delts. A well rounded and extremely memorable year was experienced by all members of Phi Delta Theta. Marc johnson receives the charter of Phi Delta Theta from General Council member Lothar Vasholy. 301 Beta Sigma Tau Receives Nat1onal Charter Now Phi Delta Theta , If 302 Rundle, Eva Bateson, Iohn Bilder, Theodore Botterweck, Mike Brewer, Michael Bridgman, Robert Brown, Steven Bruning, Roger Evans, Dan Everhart, Bev Fahrbach, Tim Geisler, Richard Goodwin, Michael Hammond, Phillip Hanson, Carl Herbert, Don Herrin, Robert Iensen, jeffrey Iohnson, Marc Losch, Iames Lubberts, Jeff Lutz, Bruce Marks, Steven Miller, Raymond Mills, Lawrence Montee, Michael Nelson, Robert Nunns, William Osburn, Phillip Paston, Ed Patterson, Tad Szxsse, Ronald Speers, James Steadman, Denni Stein, Steven Williams, James Phi Kappa Tau I NINETY-ONE CHAPTERS - FOUND- ED MIAMI UNIVERSITY, OXFORD, OHIO, 1906 - EMPORIA COLONY ESTABLISHED 1967 - President, Tucker Kehoeg Vice-President, Greg Rickg Secre- tary, Roy Morgan, Treasurer, Ed Laging. Phi Kappa Tau is a fraternity of change-a change from the ordinary. They admit to having problems-united they solve them. Phi Kappa Tau is a new fraternity, having started on the Teachers College campus barely one year ago. With a tremendous amount of internal develop- ment, the Phi Tau's had grown to 18 members in the spring of 1968. Six of the members were lost to the institution of marriage and other colleges and univer- sities. In the fall of 1968 Phi Kappa Tau began with only 12 members, now there are 32 members. Phi Kappa Tau has grown tremendously. The Phi Tau's are going to start new things on campus. At the present they are looking into the future in several directions of interest. Phi Kappa Tau believes a fra- ternity should have members with diversi- fied interests, prejudices have no place in Phi Kappa Tau. 304 A date excitedly searches for her present. i I The patter of little feet is heard at the Phi Tau Christ- mas Party! Even at the risk of sounding like other fraternities, Phi Kappa Tau had its part in activity. Phi Tau's held a Halloween party that lasted all of three days, and found some real ghosts at the old, legendary Soden mansion. In the fall they sponsored Miss Jan Murphy, who became Miss Peggy Pedagog, the Teachers College Homecoming queen for 1968. Later in the fall they joined forces with Beta Sigma Tau, now Phi Delta Theta, and had a party at the Purple Pig which was a great success. To end the fall semester, Phi Kap- pa Tau had a Christmas party that was attended by members of all the fraternities and some of the sororities. Phi Tau's Advocate Change -r -f r :--is it 1 at K xxx Qi it W 3 Fi t Q YF is ,f I , -.1:w:.k . .. 4 X xg is my f Abbott, Robert Borklund, Stephen Collins, Philip Crisafulli, Anthony Davis, Thomas Dillingham, Jerry Firkins, Stephen Flory, James Hewett, Ronald Kehoe, Tueker Laging, Edward McRae, Thomas McReynolcls, Steven Moore, John Morgan, Roy liech, Greg Rogers, Michael Sears, Michael Shaw, Mark Stephen, Dennis XVarren, Thomas New Phi Tau,s check out the premises ofthe 'iLodge', cellar. Top row: Ted Talmon, Mike Flory, Greg Rech Dennis Conyers, Otis Darby, Gill Noel. First row: Bud Ronsse, Doug Riffel. Phi Sigma Epsilon After a stunmer of intensive rush ac- tivity and hard work on the house, the Phi Sigs returned to classes. The oldest fraternity on campus began its 58th year of excellence with a fifty-five man house. Also, fall rush netted Alpha chapter a twenty man pledge class. The initial ac- tivity of the year included last semester's pledges and a few of the active chapter, who spent the last week of summer va- cation repainting the inside of the house. This, along with the addition of a stained glass window, two coach lanterns, and the fraternity flag, improved the looks of the Phi Sig house. Phi Sigma Epsilon also worked hard academically. The scholarship chairman, Alan Shinn, the addition of a fraternity Nancy Brandt, Alpha Sigma Tau, as queen of the Phi Sig Commode Bowl game. wang-nirmanrfsewamueznmwexmmfa-4:vE1-Anagram:1mffeswkmfgaam-Qamv.mwrm:.xmwa:w:ha:-.axsmeursvff 2-nxfxu-nf FORTY-THREE CHAPTERS - FOUND- ED KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COL- LEGE, EMPORIA, KANSAS - ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 - Presi- dent, Jim Walsh, Vice-President, Dean Headley, Recording Secretary, Dennis Kid- well, Corresponding Secretary, Louis Orr, Treasurer, Tom Mulvenon, Pledge Train- er, Mike Petitjean, House Manager, Den- nis Broockerd. library, strictly-adhered-to quiet hours, and an active-pledge incentive program helped to raise the house's overall GPA well over last yearis. Socially, the Phi Sigs excelled. The first event of the year was the annual Phi Sig Commode Bowl with another significant victory by the active chapter. The Com- mode Bowl queen candidates included Nancy Brandt, Alpha Sigma Tau, Patty Tate, Sigma Sigrna Sigma, Carol Reeves, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Debbie Dirks, Sigma Kappa, Pat Sipe, Delta Zeta, Linda Childs, Alpha Delta Nu, and Nancy Gorup, Chi Omega. The 58th annual Farmer's Ball was held October 2, with all attending having a great time. November 2 was a tense day as the announcement of Miss Peggy Pedagog drew near. All Phi Sigs were very proud as Nancy Gorup, Chi Omega, represented them in the important event. The remainder of the year was filled with numerous exchanges and in- formal parties that climaxed in the spring, with the Phi Sigma Epsilon White Tea Rose Formal. Members of Phi Sigma Epsilon em- phasized community service throughout the school year. The Bloodmobile, several campus cleanups, and the all-Greek United Fund drive were a few of the events. Extra curricular activities participated in by the Phi Sigs included IFC, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kap- pa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Phi, So- ciology Club, Spanish Club, Collegiate Young Democrats, Collegiate Young Re- publicans, Men's Chorale, A Capella Choir, Symphonic Choir, Marching Band, Stuco, UAC, Basketball, and "Corky" the Hornet. Pledge Gary Bodam served as Drum Major for KSTC's Marching Band this year. 'E -- f 1 1 Phi Sig Actives Capture Commode Bowl Victory Y, as 5 -4 ,R P W . U ,,.,!i Q I wa . - fs: .4 A V Q1 l C SE. i 1 , r il X 'vi' Y Mrs. Gilbert Albertson, James Bard, Robert Blocker, Bob Bodaui, Gary Brooekerd, Dennis Brown, Daniel Brown, Ronald Cindrie, Ierry Clark, Steven Del'ew, Don Ciesel, james Cronquists, David Hauunons, Cay Hastings, Robert Headley, Dean Hitt, Roger Hohenshell, Mark Hopkins, Dan Iohnson, Ion Kegin, Bill Kiclwell, Dennis Knapp, Bruce Lewis, Keith Lindelow, Larry Mulvenon, Toni Murphree, Brent Norris, Martin Orr, Louis Patton, Patrick Pedersen, Steven Petitjean, Michael Reboul, Douglas Saunders, Charles Scott, Ronald Self, Iay Shinn, David Smith, David Spring, Paul Sullivan, Roy Teinpun, John Travis, Steve Trollman, Albert Virtue, Bruce Walsh, James Weber, Michael Willoughby, Don 307 Sigma Phi Epsilon ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-FOUR CHAP- TERS - FOUNDED RICHMOND COL- LEGE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 1901 - EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1951 - President, Steve Mcllvaing Vice- President, Pledge Trainer, Scott Robinson, Recording Secretary, Lindsay Steadg Cor- responding Secretary, Mike German, Con- troller, Lynn Cressg Rush Chairmen, Mark Belton, Tom Harbertg Social Chairman, Larry Burns. R F if iiiii Tim . 1- ..., 1 -f 11, .,,,. F V in oss, aye 5 i' Alba, Bob ssissns frnf 2 .f " Anderson, Michael if 1 I -A ... . Anderson, Wayne if f' Andrews, Bruce I 5 Bailey, Craig , V ' f Beers, Larry Belton, Mark Brinkman, Marvin Brown, Vince Burns, Larry 9 'I' 2 fe ar Carroll, Michael In its 17th year at the Teachers Col- lege, Kansas Epsilon of Sigma Phi Ep- silon was voted the most outstanding Sig- ma Phi Epsilon chapter of 167 chapters throughout the nation. This is the second consecutive time the Epsilon chapter at the Teachers College has received this honor, which is representative of excellence in all aspects of a fraternal organization. Those qualities conducive to respon- sibility and campus leadership received due emphasis as members of the chapter participated in various campus organi- zations. In UAC, Bob Hartsook led the way as president and Tim Underwood served as vice-president. Mark Kuhn was elected freshman class president, and Larry Beers was elected vice-president of Student Council. Lynn Cress, Bruce Cooper, and Ross Stadalman were selected as members of Blue Key honorary fraternity, while Bob Hartsook was active in Xi Phi. Ross Stadalman was recognized in Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. The men of Sigma Phi Epsilon were active in various honorary organizations. Ross Stadalman was active in Beta Beta Beta. St'an Smith acted as president of 308 Phi Mu Alpha, while Charles Weil served as vice-president, and Jon Tolson was historian. In Kappa Kappa Psi, Dana McCormick was elected secretary and Jon Tolson was historian. In Men's Chorale, Stan Smith was elected president. Sig Eps made numerous contributions to the campus scene through participation in varsity sports. In football it was Rod Turner and Tom Goldsmith, while in base- ball Steve Mcllvain and Mark Klenda represented the Sig Eps. In track it was Doug Caywood, and in wrestling Mike Otto participated. The Sig Eps lent a helping hand to the community through various civic projects. Among these were the Salvation Army Bell Ring and adopting two needy families at Christmas. Also, the Sig Eps sponsored an Easter Egg hunt at the Retarded Chil- drens' Center. Aside from civic projects and activities, the fraternity held the traditional "West- ern Partyi' in the fall and the Golden Hearts in the spring. For 1968, Alice Mil- ler served as the fraternity's official hostess. it '25 s 'ff f A 9 . .ny i? . 5 w w K xx 2. F Caywood, Douglas Cooper, Bruce Cress, Kenton DePreist, Ronald Digione, Nicholas Ditzler, Richard Eastwood, George Edwards, Gary Eldor, James Ferrell, Kevin Flummerfelt, Danny Ford, Kenny Fowins, James German, Mike Goldsmith, William Goodief, Kerry Ilarlucrt, Thomas Hartsook, Bob Hein, james Heinold, Gary Hcintzelman, Terren Hocfcr, Michael Holliday, Dallas Hopper, Charles CC 1 an f Q , W' u 'va K-4: j Sig 310 Eps Go Western for Fall Fling Hergenredger, Phillip Hudson, Leigh Iliff, Iames Klenda, Mark Kohn, Mark Kopsa, Greg Kuhn, William Laughridge, William Larkin, Ralph Marten, Gale Masters, Marty Mathes, Cary McCormick, Dana Mcllvain, Steven Messick, Dennis Missimer, Frank Moore, Pat Morris, Larry Mossman, Larry Nagel, Brian Nammerschmidt, Donald Otto, Michael Patton, Michael Pease, Lawrence Pike, Robert Porter, Brick Redeker, Ken Reiter, Bill Russell, Greg Schneider, Frederick Smith, Pat Smith, Randall Smith, Steve Stadalman, Ross Stadler, Michael Stead, Lindsay Synes, Sidney Taylor, Kenneth Tolson, Ion Traynor, Warren Weil, Charles Widler, Dee Williams, Cal Williams, Terry Wilson, Robert Woolverton, Ion Young, Don Younger, Thomas S 7 sa. E. is i ..-- M v i was ss it s as ff' 'HS' -s,t,,:,i , -,., -.-,. i :-:,:t1:,:e1g:s--. . . ., ,.,,Asi.s. 'fl' .K- ll eu . R if .Sh H:-.Q as X. FF gs- -Z' A in' , tix.. Sigma Tau Gamma 1l l SIXTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS - FOUND- ED CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE COL- LEGE, WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI, 1920 - DELTA CHAPTER ESTAB- LISHED 1922 - President, Ron Loewen, lst Vice-President, Allan Sander, 2nd Vice- President, Jim Stewart, 3rd Vice-President, Tom Yokum, 4th Vice-President, Gary Nantz, Treasurer, Jim Stone, Correspond- ing Secretary, John Smithson, Recording I Secretary, Steve Petty. Two Sig 'l'au's enjoying their "Shave-a-Datea' booth at the Penny Carnival. 3 - gf .. Dei 4, A , -v ffl Delta Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma began their 48th year on campus by initi- ating their one-thousandth member and by adding many new facilities. Completed during the summer was a new addition to the Chapter House. Some of the new facilities included a new large recreation room, a library, and room for sixteen additional men. The house now has room for fifty-six men. Homecoming was a special highlight of the year for the Sig Tau's. They hosted a buffet dinner for alumni following the football game. An outstanding part of the dinner was the dedication of the new li- brary to the memory of Roy Durham. Mrs. Durham and her daughter, Mary Jane, were honored guests of the oc- casion. The Sigma Tau's social activities in- cluded rush functions, sorority exchanges, the annual Christmas party, and a "Pro- test Partyf' The social events were climaxed by the traditional VVhite Rose Formal. Among the outstanding men in the Chapter are John Vermillion, IFC Intra- mural Director, Jim Salter, Blue Key, Jim Stewart, treasurer of IFC, Tom Neill, IFC Bloodmobile Chairman, Jim Stone and Craig Firling, MIFC representatives, Al Sander, Ron Loewen, and Larry Guth, IFC representatives, Ron Loewen and Jim Stewart, Xi Phi members, Ron Loewen, Jim Stewart, and Jim Salter, VVho's Who, Maurice Schmidt, sophomore class presi- dent, Bill Day, freshman representative to UAC, Ron Loewen, senior representa- tive to UAC, Jim Salter and Maurice Schmidt, Dean's Honor Roll, and Jim Cortner, President's Honor Roll. Always being sports-minded, the Sig Tau's actively participated in the col1ege's sports. John Moeller and Mike Miller participated in varsity baseball. Dennis Belsha participated in varsity wrestling. With the sweeping success in wrestling and other intramural sports, the Sigma Tau's strongly competed for the IFC in- tramural trophy. 311 Membership Reaches 1,000 As Year Begins 312 Sears, Esther Akers, Patrick Allen, Cary Ast, Bob Ast, Tom Baird, Charles Bard, Stephen Belsha, Dennis Bishop, Thomas Burgess, Cary Carmichael, Kent Claeys, Greg Coffelt, Daniel Crowl, Leonard Dane, Ronald Day, William Dillon, Charles Duggan, Mark Duncan, Gregory Firling, Craig Fort, Fred Fulkerson, Jerry Cuth, Larry Hamilton, Rick Hartman, Charles Hedrick, Wayne Holtman, Stephen Haugh, Kevin Iohnston, James Keelin, William LaCalamito, Richard Land, Rick Langley, Michael Liles, james Lloyd, Ronald Loewen, Ron Messing, Ken Miller, Mike Murphy, Dean Nantz, Cary Nehl, james Neill, Thomas Oman, Brent Petty, Steve Purinton, Sidney Rowland, William Samuels, Ronnie Sander, Allen f , "W ,.,--,' W A veg? Q K, 'H 'xii it Nw, S M 'V mf U' W S J-1 Y Ni G I Y , , , , .1 gv . ,,, ,,,, ' ,, ,, , ,,,,,, 3 ' ' is ' ' l I x , M f wa ' . 'f'-pam, ,, ,,,, . x .f ' M9775 U "M a , "Protest Party" Among Sig l ff' Tau Social Activities fAhovej Pat Akers proudly displays Thifs first runner- 1 5 up award for outstanding chapter to Dean Alherg, Mother Sears, and Dr. and Mrs, Miller. Qltightj Tauis attentively watch excavation for new addition to chapter house. lp . ., . i ? NVelfelt, XVilliain XVhittaker, James VVright, Ronald Yoder, Dennis Zwickel, Robert Sassainan, Stephen Schinidt, Maurice Shepard, Jack Skuhan, Iohn Sniithson, John Staten, John Stewart, Iiininie Stone, Jim Vail, Howard Vermillion, John XVagoner, Keith NV alter, Lee 313 Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon started off to an- other good year with a fall pledge class of 35 men. For the third consecutive year a Teke held the position of Student Council Presi- dent, this year Eric Priest held the posi- tion. Also active on campus was Tony Simons, sophomore class vice-president. Once again Tau Kappa Epsilon gave much emphasis to public service. Tekes were well sponsored at the bloodmobile with over 80 percent participation. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsored a foster child, Nguyen the Thao, a Vietnamese orphan. TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-SEVEN CHAP- TERS - FOUNDED ILLINOIS WES- LEYAN, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS, 1899 - GAMMA PHI ESTABLISHED 1951 - President, Keith Heimg Vice-Presi- dent, Wayne Whiteg Secretary, Steve Turekg Treasurer, Martin Lightg Pledge Trainer, Scott Courtney, Rush Chairman, Bill Gil- liland. ith-fi f e Together with Alpha Sigma Alpha, the Tekes held their annual picnic for the mentally retarded children of the com- munity. Upon the retirement of Mother Mc- Annally, Tau Kappa Epsilon was fortun- ate in finding an excellent replacement in Mother Knight. Frater Alan Smith received the honor of being the most outstanding historian for small college campuses by Tau Kappa Epsilon International Headquarters. After attending the Teke International Conclave in the Grand Bahama Islands, frater Ron Brouillette was selected as field supervisor for the Southwest Province. Gamma Phi initiated Murle M. Hay- den, Kansas State Superintendent of Pub- lic Instruction. Frater Ed Cates was one of eight men selected over the nation to coordinate and supervise "Choice 68," a national mock presidential election held on most college and university campuses in the country, sponsored by Time Magazine. In carrying out his duties, frater Cates had several conferences with President Johnson. Socially, Tau Kappa Epsilonwas very busy again. Among the social functions were such exchanges as Bowery Party, Red Garter Party, Electric Blanket Party, and a Roman Party. The highlight of the year was the Red Carnation Ball, with Miss Mary Taylor reigning as queen. 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'Lk R.. t. .K fr . in 'A 'NAQQ-gnyegxg was ' L :sf 5 x. f 1 ' Seb? 1 t -iris X- rgq .g"'m"x4 .W X.. 1 316 Theta Xi EIGHTY CHAPTERS - FOUNDED RENNSALER POLYTECHNIC INSTI- TUTE, TROY, NEW YORK, 1862 - BETA RHO CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1963 - President, Ron McColping Vice- President, Andy Dunjevichg Correspond- ing Secretary, Gary Turner, Treasurer, Jim Brown, Scholarship Chairman, Randy Sheldon, Social Chairman, Dennis Wycoffg House Manager, Jim Smith. Myers, Lottie C. Brown, Jim Caviness, Charles Donaldson, VVaync Dopcralski, Thomas Y Dunjevich, Andy X , ., . X 1 S Cot-ntzcl, Quinton Longhofcr, Ron McColpin, Ronald Nlclntire, Douglas Parr, Forrest Rc-clcr, Larry The 1968-69 school year for Beta Rho chapter of Theta Xi marked its fifth year on campus. Throughout the year the men of Theta Xi were busy in various activities such as service projects, homecoming, in- tramurals, and various social events. Theta Xi creates a desire for members to grow personally through a strong brotherhood and fellowship. The fraternity assists each member to develop a deep sense of intellect, good habits, sincerity, self confidence, responsibility, participa- tion in campus activities, spiritual under- standing, and an appreciation of demo- cratic principles. The men of Theta Xi incorporated various service projects during the year. These included the Halloween Patrol and the Christmas Party for Head Start chil- dren. Members were found in numerous campus organizations. Several men served as officers in these organizations. The formal was the highlight of the fall social activities while the "Shipwreck" informal occurred in the spring. The fraternity ranks high in overall scholarship, with many of its members seen in the ranks of Gamma Phi Alpha. With this year's progress Theta Xi showed signs of more successful years as abrother- hood. M ,. xQs:5.'fms,f:: 317 Shinn, Cary Smith, -lixnmy Stauffer, Ralph Turner, Cary Wbods, Mack NVyeoff, Dennis Saiki. Renard She-Idcnm, Randy Theta Xi's "ShipWreck"at Spring Informal Theta Xi's entertain Head Start children at a Christmas party. 318 Hahn Apartments Council The spirit of '68 marked the beginning of the fall semester for Hahn Apartments. The year's activities were boosted to a fast start with a picnic at Hammond Park. Early in November, the girls began thinking of Christmas overseas. Packages containing food, gum, and other appreci- ated items were carefully wrapped and addressed to servicemen in Vietnam. The girls in Hahn Apartments preserved the tradition and once again decorated their windows for Christmas, adding to the Christmas spirit. Money making projects began for Hahn with a bake sale at the dorms. To become an intricate part of the KSTC activities, Hahn presented candidates in each of the contests on campus. These were the activities of Hahn apartments and the spirit of ,68. W 41 www' K IIAIIN COUNCIL-Top row: Diane Habigcr, Vicki Petmzzclli. First row: Phyllis Hajek, vice-prcsidentg Kay Cimpl, prvsiclcntg Virginia McClintock. Not pictured: Carol Andre, Brenda Shoncniaii, Carolyn jefferson, secrctaryg Ioan Martin, treasurer, Jeanette Ayres. Hahn Apartments slow Housing on the Teachers College cam- pus takes a variety of shapes. The newest additions to off-campus housing units are Parkview Apartments for women and Cambridge House for men. Off-campus housing furnishes students with many memories of their college years. Apartment living also enriches the stu- dents' learning experiences. Men students learn the fine arts of cooking, cleaning, and ironing, while Coeds gain beneficial training in household management. The Housing Office, under the direc- tion of William Davidson, helps the col- lege student to find suitable locations for his particular needs and personality. 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Rachel, Honolulu Lunsford, Pamela, Easton Mabry, Ada, Overland Park Magnuson, Jacqueline, Bridgeport Malcom, Kathryn, Augusta Larnons, Vicki, Shawnee Manley, Lou, l'rairie Village Mantooth, Gerald, Olathe Marshall, William, Norton Martens, Wanda, Anthony Martin, Marcia, Brookville Martin. Mark, Brookville Masheter, Sandra, Olathe Mason, Devon, Elwood Massa, Janice, Liberal Matschull, Donald, Overland Park Mattox, Charles, Winchester Mawhirter, Marsha, Hudson McAdam, Michelle, Kingman McAdam, Nancy, Penalosa McConnell, Sheila, Wichita McCosh, Nancy, Abilene McGinnis, Linda, Overland Park McGregor, Larry, Kansas City McGuire, M,, LU!-fan Mclntyre, Cheryl, Marysville Mclntosh, Tommy, Eureka McKee. Ann, Spearville McKee, Sue, Emporia McMurray. James, Burlinlrton Medlin, JoAnne, Riley Meek, Lynean, Idana Meinecke, Karen, Beattie ,view X, . 292241: is xg M Vw , W my 'sera , e is if R 9 aa. a E 3 1 11, ' , . , Y, I lim! 5, M y , fm ' QQ: X I ' ax X N k ,X -F Q 1 X as.. 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Olathe Oleen, Diane, Dwight Olivier, Lois, Harper O'Neill, Judy, Williamsburg O'Nei1l, Janice, Winchester Orndorff, Patricia, ElDorado Orth, Barbara, Kansas City Overton, Bob, Cincinnati Owens, Melvin, Leavenworth Painter, Janet, Emporia Passmore, Ted, Cottonwood Falls Patterson, Darrell, Iola Patterson, Jennifer, Sublette Patton, Jerrie, Morganville Paxson, Jerry, Argnnia Perrin, Lana, Olathe Peters, Elaine, Osawatomie Peterson, Brenda, Kingman Peterson, Dianne, Burdick Pettet, Sharon, Wakefield Petz, Kay, Ellinwood Pfannenstiel Marilyn, Bavaria Pflugzhoft, Kathy, Geneseo Pfranxr, Judy, Oneida Phelon, Jane. Scranton Phillips, Paul. Haysville Phillips, Karole, Cedar Point Phipps, Sheila, Matfield Green Pieolet, Patti, Tecumseh Pierce, Jerry, Garnett Pierson, George, Denison Plum, Euta, Scott City Pooler, Susan. Topeka Porter, Lisa, Peabody Powell, Pamela, Derby Pratt, Dennis, Stilwell in .1- Q f as vi it Y N , N -.Y X tc , , e N 3 s SX er K 5 ,ass f l, S X , Y , A ZAQSS NN ,Ee X sv' lx x P Se AF xii 5 Pratt, John, Kansas City Protheroe, Ellen, Reading Pugh, Deanna, Fredonia Pykiet, Shirley, Allen Quinlan, Casey, Shawnee Ramey, Margaret, Spring: Hill Ramsey, Nita, Emporia Ranriel, Gayle, Ottawa Rank, Ellen, Abilene Ratkey, Kathy, Kansas City Ray, Jennifer, Emporia Reaser, Charlene, Denison Redeker. Patricia, Olpe Reed, Judith, Ottawa Reese, Sonja, Abilene Repuyan, Evelyn, Junction Cnty Rice, Beverly, Emporia Rich, Cheryl, Gridley Rich, Janet, Great Bend Richecky, Ray, Belleville Ridenour, Susan, Admire Riemann, Esther, Hoisington Riley, Michael, Neodesha Ringler, Carol, Emporia Risley, M. Y., Macksville Roath, Joyce, Overland Park Roberts, Alan, Strong City Robinson, David, Geneseo Robinson, Joyce, Wellington Robinson, Laura, Overland Park Rock, Sherry, Salina Roeckers, Donald, Richmond Rohr, Wilfern, Leroy Ronsick, Virginia, Lincolnville Rooney, Cynthia, Liberal Roots, Ronald, Langdon Ross, Clinton, Lawrence Rowland, Constance, Liberal Rowland, Sherry, Newton Rowley, lletty, Eskridge Roza, Sharon, Emporia Ruppert, Elizabeth, Topeka 339 3 . 1 ' , . ' . '5 i i: 5 t' f. ligffif iii wgffffs :X ,.:f:r g .: EX W Ex X X YN X , N W Q X 4 , . f X l A ,. X S X -if , .,. A Xe -, Q ..,. , X 4 ::, ss., ' X S ' ! 'Q E Q - ii , X r mf , S - ,.,, , S ' 'K J 152 Q15 c -- , K 'J ' iz- 1 je?-.rf 5 r - ' :sz i 3 4 0 'SE 31,2 QR 5,4 K e 1 Nw . .2 ' v S SIP? , "F E -si xx K 7 fx X Yi, ,X t X. N if , ,v x 5 . L 1, X- X j ,X S 3 r 'X -f X w 1 , .ef S FV. K 5? N 9'7- , ,:..E. X , X I S . Y. lr mu. sf- - ' " ., zz.. we Q K x -SIX 'P sit , ge. S' . e S r w, X 1 X e.. 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Martha, Shawnee Mission Seanister, Susan, Cedar Vale Seibel, Twilla, Bucklin Sell, Rita, Plainville Sewell, Susan, Lancaster Seyb, Spencer, Johnson Shafer, Sue, Ada Shaffer, Roberta, Dipzhton Sheets, Barbara, Newton Shorthill, Allan, Topeka Shrake, Mary, Topeka Shugart, Carol, Severy Simmons, Susan, Allen Sims, Thomas, Abilene Skipton, Sheri, Deerfield Slaven, Rebecca, Wellsville Slawson, Mary, Topeka Sloan, Barbara, Hamilton Smith, Carlian, Wichita Smith, Deborah, Burlingame Smith, Iva, Olathe Smith, James, Wichita Smith, Marji, Bucklin Smith, Roger, Paloa Smith, Roger, Kansas City Smith, Willetta, Prairie Village Smoot, Harry, Leavenworth Sneed, Donna, Grand Junction Snell, Carol, Johnson Souder, Cynthia, Shawnee Mission Speer, Nancy, Clearwater Spurrier, Linda, Topeka Srack, Barbara, Wichita Staxrner, Joan, Clay Center Stander, Irene, Wilsey Stanford, Betsy, Prairie Village Steir, Stein, Edwin, Haddam Steven, Gypsum Steinert, Deborah, Tampa Stephens, Jane, Eureka Stewart, Christine, Topeka Stewart, Robert, Lawrence Stewart, Thomas, Arkansas City Stimpert, Ronald, Kingsdown Stinson, Janet, Reading Stirling, Deborah, Kansas City Stohs, Stone, Susan, Bremen Dennis, Mankato Freshmen 51 ' 1 N A, 5: ' we ,L Q O Q .N ff X ,y in ne, , Ti' - . 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Daniel, Lindshorg Swisher, Phyllis, Assaria Taggraret, Diane, Emporia Takamori, Charlene, Kahului Talley, Sandra, Eureka Tarbutton, Deborah, Olathe Tatlock, Timothy, Wichita Temple, Lois, Wichita Thayer, Jon, Belleville Theel, Lois, Alma Thomas. Joyce, Desoto Thomas, Julia, Overland Park Thomas, Nancy, Salina Thomas, Raymond, Moline Thompson, Lauretta, Ottawa Thorne, Glen, Medicine Lodi-re Throne, Dennis, Abilene Timmons, Cynthia, Leavenworth Tinberxr, Martin, Bonner Springs Torkelson, Leroy, Horton Taubeneck, Alan, Neodesha Treff, Janice, Basehor Truelove, Marjorie, Hartford Trussell, Lelia, Newton Truesdell, Margaret, Leavenworth Tryon, Carol, Perry Tuckel, Steve, Lawrence Turnbull, John, Eskridge Turner, Brenda, Olathe Turner, Linda, Baldwin Uhl, Harley, Carbondale Uhlrich, Cheryl, Tonganoxie Uppendahl, Theo, Cheney Vancleave, Karen, Emporia Vandaveer, Steve, Wichita Vandruff, Karen, Garnett VanLeeuwen, Mary, St. Paul Van Tuyl, Paula, Shawnee Mission Vornholt, Linda, Leavenworth Vornholt, Susan, Leavenworth Wagner, Anita, Salina Wagoner, Carolyn, Topeka Walker, Lavonne, Emporia 341 is S :Q if xx. 3, X 342 . is s NE. ,ws s R in ssazsiz-iso .- S. ,A--,i. .Q . 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Kansas City Wehking, Sharon, Olathe Weimer, Linda, Ellis Weller, Carol, Emporia Wells, lietty, Anthony Wessel, Glen, Emporia VVest, Winifred, Wamego Westling, Nancy, Olsburg Whamxer, Walter, Linwood Wheat, Deborah, Liberal Wheeler, Martha, Lawrence White, Jettie, Emporia Whitesell, Dianne, Mission Whitlow, Christine, Tecumseh Whorton, Marvin, Junction City Wiebc, Howard, McPherson Wigizans, Charlene, Delavan Wigington, Susan, Ness City Williams, Debbie, Leavenworth Williams, James, Prairie Village Williams, Sheila, Leavenworth Willis, John, Belleville Wilson Connie. Wichita Wilson, John, Moline NVilson, Patricia, Geneseo Winters, Rebecca, Kansas City Witt, Susan, Oberlin Woods, Bettye, Wichita Wooten, Shelia, Derby Wulf, Brent, Cheney Wulff, Jane, Atchison Wyatt, Lindy, Minneola Wycoff, Marie, Garnett Young, Dorothy, Junction City Young, Mary, Blue Springs Youngstedt, Patricia, Waterville Yunker, Charles, South Haven Zoirleman, Kathryn, Norwich Zumbrum, Dinah, Americus Zuroc-vests-, Moyne, Lincoln Clements, Catherine, Benner Springs Merrs, Mary Beth, Junction City an as W Hi . Q sf .0 hr iw ar v 6 ,lf O r KJ 4: Q,9' 9 it , Jr Q r ' r 9 fi 0 1. is U' QUPW A X X x v x Q X X Q g. nga..-,H 5, 'wwe NX, . . M ,,qq ':i,i Lkik 3 5 9 3 fi? XX 1 X L X X xx. X N X l X i ' i ,..,:.. - i f Q .951 W , , Q ,L , as or Q 'E .,,:..m, N 5'e:-.:5-if-T ?-- . ' up KN 'Y +-, ig A .,,,. f . X W t QS, we 5 ,E S N . 1 if fi., Q t S. i , X , n ,i , X , A r vs-. 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Emporia Brown, Brent, Eureka Buenning, Jane, Abilene Burnett, Glenda, Kansas City Burnison, Dicksie, Marquette Burt, Barbara, Kansas City Burkholder, Thomas, Peabody Calano, Frances, Herington Caldwell, Linda, Garnett Chance, Archie, Easton Chesser, Florence, Salina Christy, Merlin, Gridley Clark, Charles, Burns Clark, Shirley, Wichita Cloud, Roberta, Haysville Coffee, Donna, Frankfort Combs, Tina, Nickerson Condray. Janet, Wells Conyers, Kristine, Marion Cooper, Carol, Inglewood Cordray, Terry, Newton Courtner, Deborah, Topeka Cox. Cristina, Emporia Crane, Gene. Olathe Critser. Lorine, Wakeeney Cronn, Martha, Scranton Cross, Kay, Desoto Crouch, Keith, Osawatomie Curfman, Carolyn, Winfield Cushinberry, Paula, Topeka Cushinberry, Wanda, Topeka Dare, Dwight, Newton 345 ,. i , ' .. . - ' its. :,. t of it N X N ik X S X 3 . 3 as-. ' I.- 1 . 1 N? KY Xe . '::,,i ':'- e x , ,. r Q nr x L Q., .x,., X N H ' :.'i:.?f-ii .::. 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Diana, Leavenworth Fixsen, Pamela, Goodland Flory, Joyce, Baldwin Flury, Ruth, Valley Falls Fluke, Bobby, Turon Ford, Jodi, Newton Fouts, Linda, Ottawa Franz, Dale, Inman Frey, Rebecca, Newton Fritts, Clifford, Pomona Fulks, Lewanna, El Dorado Gasche, Cynthia, Hartford Gill, Gary, Union City Gill, William, Perry Goeringt, Jodie, Neodesha Gooch, Camellia, Wichita Goodwin, Penny, Edna Gonterwitz, Michael, Leavenworth Gourrh, Verna, Mankato Groff, Michael, Seneca Green, Barbara, Waterville Gress, William, Axtell Grimm. Shirley, Sabetha Gunn, Terry, Dodge City Guth. David, Wamego Habiger, Diane. Bushton Hafzan, Blenda, Leavenworth Hale, Beverly, Wichita Hall, Nancy, Emporia Hamilton, Thelma, Waverly Hanes, Alice, Wells Harris, Mary, Kansas City Harris, Mary Ellen, Belleville Hauschild, Rita, Topeka Hawthorne, Nada, Bushonxz Hayes, Craig, Topeka Hayes, Lavonta, Wichita Henarty, Robert, Marion . . 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Naha City Kueser, Mary Jo, Louisburg Lacombe, Carol, Shawnee Lamborn, Mary, Leavenworth Lane, Mary, Clay Center Lane, Susan, Shawnee Mission Laninrzham, Janet, Kansas City Langdon, Kathleen, Olathe Lanpfley, Shirley, Emporia Lansrud, Linda, Leavenworth Lantz, Anita, Wichita Lash, Donna, Osawatomie Laster, Norma, Holliday Lassetter, Stephanie, White City Leatherman, James, Wakefield Lehmkuhl. Patricia, Waterville Lickteig, Joan. Richmond Likens, Kathryn, Topeka Linville, Jon, Raymond Lipp, Jeffrey, Sterling Little, Bethal, Deerfield Livengood, Nancy, White Cloud Lonard, Jerry, Valley Falls Long, Virginia, Denton Longberg, Geneva, Belleville Lozier, Sheila, Eureka Mar, Jeannie, Great Bend . .V.. ,ma Q .N 3 ' +5 , f 5, N L 5, , , ve f li, ' ,li . K X Sophomores 1 J xg N s s N " s. 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Hoxie Miller, Gay, Emporia Miller, Galen, Lebo Miller, Glenna, Kansas City Miller, Marilyn, Greensburg Miller, Patricia, Morristown Miller, Vicki, Lebo Minton, Paula, Sabetha Moddrell, Ray, Abilene Mohney, Susan, Haviland Moore, Anne, Vlichita Moran, Terrell, Great Bend Morgan, Gayla, Dwight Morray, Norman, Madison Mulcahey, Rodney, Williamsburg Mullin, Diana, Kansas City Murphy, Diane, Hutchinson Myers, Linda, Lancaster Nakamura, Lettie, Kahului Neal, Cheryl, Topeka Nease, Roberta, Salina Newkirk, Sharon, Emporia Norwood, Vicki, Russell Osborn, Carolyn, Burden Owens, Carl, Hutchinson Overfield, Linda, Leavenworth Parker, Melissa, Wichita Parks, Sharyl, Eureka Patterson, J., Overland Park Patton, Larry. Cassnday Payton, Marshall. 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Arthur, Pago Paizo Risley, Gaylord, Nickerson Robbins, Larry, Topeka Rodriguez, Tomas, Gridley Rosenlieb, Susan, Holyrood Ruff, Margaret, Shawnee.Miss10n Ruhnke, Candace, Junction City Sanders, Shari, Barnard Sanderson, Mary, Holton Say, Sharlyn, Alma Schirmer, Dana, Overbrook Schmidt, Karen, VVichita Schmidt, Maurice, Emporia Schnoke, Penny, Ottawa Schoenfelder, Doris, Bendena Schopp. Ellen, Beatrice Schwartz, Cheryl, Newton Schwindt, Linda, Ollie Schwinn, Harold, Leavenworth Scott, Shirley, Cottonwood Falls Seaman, Kevin, Augusta Seats, Linda, Emporia Seigfreid, Roy, Red Oak Seymour, Roberta, Leavenworth Seymour, Sondra, Augusta 350 Y ' , ,Q Q f , 4' I - , K N X ' X .. . kr X. 5 -25 - 15533325 ' f . , , Q , S k Q W - A X M--W ' .sf ww Q- Q i 15 A , K ,. . ,ga so - -ra3.f0' - man... 5135 5 ..,.,,, , . .- . T. .f , 1... nit' -121151, ' - x.. . 2, : r- its -3. t . r 1 fi' - 53235 , - nk, Qzsii.. 'X K -' "' ' ' i Q . .... 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Gary, Eureka Tesar, John, Lawrence Thieme, Joan, Zenda Thompson, Francis, Mulvanc Torkelson, Eileen, Horton Toso, Mary, Emporia Townsend, Alan, Shawnee Mission Trecek, William, Cuba Tribby, Deborah, Lacypcne Trim, Dick, Emporia Trimm, Leanna, Emporia Truman, Wanda, Louisburg Trumble, Sherry, Oak Hill Turley, Karen, Kansas City Turner, Karen, Tonganoxie Uhl, Nancy, Scranton Unruh, Carolyn, Cassoday Valburg, Marcia, Onafza Van Luchene, Joe, Kansas City Vantuyl, Veda, Lawrence Van, Zuiden, Lawrence Varenhorst, Janet, Marion Versch. Gregory, Bird City Voss, Lana, Murdock Walker, Jane, Mulvanc 351 2 . it . X P. ,. ,,.., ,5,55, 5 ' ' an as X b f S- ' 'ir' 1- Q.. I is 'Q' , , t 4 were ' SQ ii' I . as .. ,M - . . .,,. 5 . . ,M 2 Y' i 5 .. 352 " QE Q e '37 .,f-gg. . fwgf 1 1. l- s. is X so - . . - . 1- f ,X f' - .. " "S -:"?5a -, F I e 'A af ' 5. j gr ,' f. 5 K . 9 ' if r if! Xl ' J ' - s '. I . . '.iUm 3 if Y st A S 2. 1,. J is s . . ,Q "' r ' Q: A-were y - ,5sg:s::::i .:. .a . . 5 X Q? K . 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Lyons Williams, Dennis, Leavenworth Williams, Rosalind, Emporia Williams, Thomas, Tescott Wilson, Thomas, St. George Wise, Donna, Lawrence Wise, Karen, Newton Wright, Nancy, Emporia Yamada, Terry, Hilo Young, Laureen, Kansas City Zukor, Deborah, Hillside Cowell, Jerry, Caldwell Blanks, Sharon, Kansas City Breedlove, Linda, Wichita Daggett, Ralphea, Emporia Davis, Christine, Emporia Earlewine, Karen, Horton Griego, Ramona, Albuquerque Gress, Warren, Axtell Haynes, Raymond, Gardner Howard, Dennis, St. George Klein, Judy, Cameron c -' - ..: .f 5 k ' 1 L . il 1 - -1 '5- . ' 'L 77: ':::f5.:Z'1 NH . - .. 4 4 -r, 6 eg fva'fx-s,, - v- 1 K .Q ' Y . fs 1. -5.. ,- , 1. -Q . r . A A 'C Z 4 , V Q s , , . an :Lf '. 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Douglass Bomho lt, Arlene, Cheney H0Y'k1l1Hd, Stephen, Independence Boss, Barbara, Niles Brabec, Charlene, Narka Bradford, Diana, Kansas City Bradsh aw, Joanne, Oswatomie Branarnan, Karen, Topeka Brewer, John, Neodesha Brinkman. Susan, Beeler Brooks, Linda, Topeka Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Browni Jane, Chanute Marjorie, Alden Shirley, Kansas City Sandra, Mildred ng, Margaret, Overland Park Brunne r, Julia, Herington Buffalow, Sharon, Howard Burch, Burfze, Rebecca, Emporia Nicki, Girard Burk, Rose, Parker Burnett, Claudia, Kansas City Burrichter, Cynthia, Dodge City Buster, Steven, Eureka Butterfield, Marsha, Waverly Butzine, Charles, Cimarron Caldwell, Lawrence, Garnett Callaway, Susan, Concordia Carlson, Glenn, Burdick Carlson, Michael, Burdick Carlstrom, Linda, Basehor Carothers, Vanya, Kansas City Carter, Beverly, Coffeyville Cason, Phyllis, Kansas City Chesser, Dawna, Salina Churchman, Kathleen, Eureka Cimpl, Kay, Yankton Clark, Randolph, Emporia Cline, Daniel, Emporia 355 an 5 if Xe E: E E - 5 Q 3 I A. 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Murdock Davis, Kenneth, Sublctte Davis, Marlene, Kansas City Day, Diana, Lcoti Detwiller, Linda, Johnson Deweese, Karel, Cheney Dicke, Terry, Concordia Dickson, Richard, Colony Diemart, Afton, Wichita Dill, Barbara, Sterling Diller, Melvin, Hesston N 1 8 if . i if i g, Q' Wana ---- P I D - ,.:. - - - -X .XLS-.kg x 'if .. . -Y ' --'M e it X ziwxif' N Hr ,X xi Q X r Q . 'awwa-awe Q ,,.. K . i . K www wee fx.. . ,Aw Q ai? - P x L M 6 'Y Domann, Marsha, Winchester Donley, Terry, Ellsworth Drosselmeyer, Charles, Emporia Dubois, Jeanette, Burlingame Dumm, Joe, Emporia Dutton, David, Winfield Dvorak, Lydia, Spearville Earls, Karen, Bucklin Eberth, William, Basehor Edie, Lois, Junction City Edgington, Carol, Topeka Edmonston, Gail, Protection Eisenhauer, Cynthia, Emporia England, Billy, Lyons Engle, Arlene, Emporia Ensminger, Linda, Fredonia Everett, Frances, Scott City Ewing, Mary, Valley Center Farmer, Eugene, Chicago Farr, Leland, Salina Fauss, Judith, Wichita 357 58 . , ,.,. X Z vff-EQ J. 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Gary, Kansas City Girvin, Judith, Kansas City Gleue, Larry, Leroy Godfrey, Kenton, Waverly Goeking, Nancy. Edwardsville Goheen, Michelle, Topeka Goldman, Margaret, Emporia Goldman, Richard, Lawrence Good, R., Marrion Gordon, Patrick, Leon Gowen, Carol, Coffeyville Graham, Bonnie, DeWitt Grant, Gloria, Valley Center Greer, Barbara, Independence Griffin, Merry, Kansas City Grieshaber, Nancy, Belvue Griffin, Steven, Burns Griggs, James, El Dorado Grote, Roxy, Hutchinson Grubb, Rhonda, Anthony Guthrie, Ann, Kiowa Haffener, Steven, Alta Vista Hague, Dennis, Marion Hague, Donald, Marion Hallenbeck, John, Linwood Handley, Barbara, Troy Harden, Marilyn, Goodland Harlow, Carolyn, Arkansas City Hastings, Marlys, Emporia Haughton, Hetty, Madison Hawkins, Georgia, Lyons Hawkins, Jon, Dexter Hayes, Deborah, Dunlap Helmbold, Trula, Tribune Henderson, Guyla, Arkansas City Hiebert, Karla, Walton i S I , 'L L, :X M.. J A is ' - - ' T' 'Q 1 l -""i ,. QNXXQX Q I . 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John, Winfield Huffman, Ann, Effingham Hughes, Brian, Dodge City Hull, Iris, Waverly Hulseb usch, Diana, Lyons Husband, John, Pierceville Huttiir , Pamela, Wichita Iverson, Stephen, Mulvane Jacobson, Jerry, Hope James. Jaques Jefferi Jeppes Forest, Waverly , JoAnn, Arkansas s, Jerry, Iola en, Jeri, Greenleaf City City Johnson, Barbara, Kansas Johnson, Dona, Pontiac Johnson, John, Eureka Johnson, Vernard, Kansas City Jones, Catherine, Overland Park Jones. Jones, Jones, Jones, Colleen, Wichita John, Leavenworth Kristine, Topeka Linda, Iola Jones, Phyllis, Kansas City Jones, Wendy, Oakley Kahle, Harvey. Winona Katzer, Dennis, Greeley Kemp, Karen, Augusta Kendall. Rachel, Mullinvill Kern, Linda, Mayetta King, Barbara, Madison King, Robert, Lawrence Klein, Diana, Marion Klocke, Edna, Leonardville Knackstedt, Verna, El Dorado Koch, Kathryn, Arkansas City Koch, Marcia, Great Bend Koon. Linda. Kansas City Kretsinger, Brock, Emporia Kuykendall, Gayla, Fredonia Kyle, Karen, Kansas City Lamer. 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Shirley, Paola Painter, Brenda, Emporia Palmer, William, Newton Pammenter, Steve, Americus Patrick, Sharen, Newton Payne, Rose, Kansas City Peckham, Mary Joe, Salina Perkins, Carol, Howard Peters, Dennis, Iola 361 .ssilg :S : .-QQ '-.se,,, X if x i J is is-1:25 ,- ex 4 , , 9 PX 5 E J X x ,:5,,-.E5.Q: i it - ' X1 V'-QW? 51 ii. X :AX S 5 9 . , if t S HX gs? ,,i. , me :s ,- R 5 as I 2552. . Lg M, is f ss , Q .-:asf in 3:1 3 :.ji1?f1?5i' Ia. f' " wif ,i .kb..... ,... ..,A..Q, ,, .:..,, G b 5, .'A'.f Q ' l at: X it N E X ss QR , 1 . Q. X he 362 X T. 'J ' i" ' ' H , N, . In :sf K X Q , " is i , : N ,. .: X isis ., 4- A ss L lieu ,gf 1, w. Q ez 'N 1, - . x . .. Erie X: X 5 n g Y S 5 i . rf 7 W' , it ,eff 'f wif :. I, i ' r P 3 0 a . :Q X X Q G ' X . .:E, A' K if -' X X L , ' x E A X Petterson, Nancy Jo, Syracuse Pike, Jean, Emporia Pitts, Pelrgy. Topeka Powers, Danny, Liberal Pracht, Dennis, Emporia Predmore, Constance, Emporia Quiring, Thomas, Newton Ramey, Phyllis, Spring Hill Rampenthal, Wilma, Nickerson Raner, Lynda, Lyons Rector, David, Clearwater Redenbauxzh, Linda, Kansas City Rediker, Sharon, Durham Reed, Philip, 'Emporia Regier, Dianna, Burrton Reinecker, Patricia, Wellington Renicker, Julie, Wichita Rhodes, Donna, Madison Richards, Patricia, Republic Richardson, Mark, St. John Riddioufzh, Sonja, Peabody Ridenour, Jane, Admire Ridenour, James, Junction City Riffel, Douglas, White City Rising, Derryl, Burden Rittzers, Jerry, Salina Robinson, Pamela, Topeka Rogers, Joan, Kansas City Rohr, Alana, Topeka Roth, Linda, Emporia Schauf, Janet, Augusta Scheier, Nancy, Leawood Schermerhorn, Barbara, Junction City Schilling, Janice, Onaga Schoenfelder, Nancy, Bendera Schreiner, Lucia, Douglass Schulte, Patricia, East Orange Schultz, Marjorie, Olpe Schumaker, Cheryl, Kansas City Seiwert, Virginia, Conway Springs Seyler, Roger, Perry Sheehan, Kathleen, Tonganoxie Shields, Shrake, Siemens, Janice, Merlora Simm, Connie, Waverly Elizabeth, Topeka Jane, Kansas City Simons, Lois, Kansas City Simonson, James, Wakefield Skillma Sloan, Smeth Smith. 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Carol, Holton Stockamp, Bonnie, Salina Stolisdill, Donald, Lawrence Stolfus, Wanda, Emporia Stricker, Diana, Hoisington Sukimoto Merle, Kahului Sumner, Lloyd, Garnett Surritt, Anita, Silver Lake Svoboda, Vickie, Coffeyville Tallman, Jim, Chanutg Tarry, Linda, Independence Tawney, James, Ottawa Taylor, Janice, Parsons Taylor, Sheila, Kansas City Tegethoff, Mary Jo, Beattie Terrill, Candace, Syracuse Theel, Wayne, Alma Thole, Elizabeth, Marion Thomas, Delpha, Emporia Thorn, Mary, Mission Thyc, Connie, Hillsboro Trammell, Judith, Humboldt Trombla, Nancy, El Dorado Tuckel, Virginia, Lawrence Underwood, Grace, Berryton Unruh, Leonard, Chapman Van Sickle, Joan, Hartford Vinette, Janet, Howard Wade, Loretta, La Harpe Ward, Samuel, Chanute Washburn, Dale, Chanute Watson, Jana, Neodesha Waugh, Peggy, Kansas City Weatherbie, Patricia, Fort Scott Weaver, Arden, Junction City Weber, Jane, Coldwater Weberg, Evelyn, Salina Weekley, Kay, South Haven Weeks, Pamela, Scranton Weidenbaker, Connie, Topeka Welch. Gresz. Hutchinson Wenciker, Judy, Tribune Wendlinpz, Rita, Olpe West, Susan, Arkansas City Whinery, Donald, Louisburg Whitaker, Robert, Emporia White, Claudia, Kansas City White, Jesse, Bonner Springs White, Ronald, Salina Whitehair, Joseph, Hope 363 QX Q. Q! S. f , M. N N- . b . A ,L ... X xc R ""' r BA X 5, S or as . 2 N N Q X s +Nx ' it 'H' f . " , N N X X X is . Fl' X X e ii L a Q :,: , ,,,. ,, 3 aw f.:'v"?ff'il.1f5' few env. 1 +,y::i,3..r 1 15, X N X if ,ze Ns 'S x Xxi iw 3 v F 4. Q ly Q fifwmef 9 . ', T... ., - se 1-X .. - :EF M - mei Fr vi " fhfge.f A Q X s N Q , 1-.:f rar: 1 2 fit X -ggx? :V 1 L k' Q35 as g , Y 5? x .5 i K Es f F . i .Nat i X C K 3 3 Williams, Colin, Keokuk Williams, Diana, Spivey Williams, Janet, Pratt Williams, William, Waverly Willis, Larry, Wellington VVilson, Alan, Lamont Wilson, Mark, Linwood Wingfield, Cynthia, Robinson Winkelbauer, Carolin, Horton Winn, Elvin. Pratt Winuuist, Janice, Vermillion Winters, Rachel, Kansas City Witt, Shirley, Bison Woemiel. Patricia, Kansas City Wolfe, Letha, Fredonia Workman, Linda, Burlingame Worland, Diane, Topeka Wright, Richard, Coolidge Yamasatn, Mary, Kapaa Yoho, Ann, Liberal Young, Debra, Council Grove Young, Rita, Olpe Younyr, Vera, Beloit Zangr, James, El Dorado Zebley, Linda, Olathe Zimmerli, Delbert, Desoto Zimmerman, Donald, Alta Vista Pulec, Mickey, Plainville Richards, Barbara, Shawnee Mission Skou. Willard, Altoona Vogt, Ranney, Hillsboro Young, Peter, Salida SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Bruce Powell, vice-presidentg Terry Owens, presidentg and Colleen Staggs, secretary- treasurer. 4 K X X X ,+- , S Senior Q af Tr .35 H' 5 1' if is F. 2. Q, X X sf -':iff ,,., . kkgk. i , A f i . Qi Q 'Er Q, s K , 'U N Lm'L Q Q ss X' N X X , it M .. L,... 'N - Y - -e s. 'fig I I -X i X X s ' P . :- ,Q X . 4 N er A X e-1 X iii. ,W J N1 x . , x q K 1 Q , N .y. v Q r N is -k. 5 is , K X gg N XX ogg? ll w ' X xv? Y ! Q 5 X QQ. ,,. ,. Q 0 rs I Q A R SX X L x . X X , 4.- Ns X 5 1 E x Ss. .. . 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Michael, Atchison Bingham, Betty, Shawnee Mission Bigalow, Mary Jane, Baileyville Birkbeck, Stephen, Leroy Block, Gerald, Vesper Bobker, Gary, Bronx Boettcher. Ronald, Holton Boggs. Charyll, Topeka Bohnert, Beth, Jewell Bohrer, Stephen, Douglass Boline, Leroy, Admire Baumstimler. John, Osawatomie Bowell, Julie, Abilene Bower, David, Lenexa Boyd. Verla, Iola Bowler, Michael. Roeland Park Brand, Linda, Shawnee Mission Brenneman, Fredrick, Hesston Brodie, Charles, Prairie Village 365 -. a sf . .,..XX,,, . 'twmfgl S' - .. i . XE? - K.. i X52 S 5 X x Y X X X 5225 X 1 XX 'K s-X , Q.. X Q, 3 X , 1-:X - i ' ' 5? - 1 S . 'r ii is ., 5 9 366 it 2 S X---..,,.. 2. . Q . 'Q' . NX 1r.,..:Q,Wf.f , 2 -a . X-X-+ . . allieifx iii? Z W Q? i A if-6 I N , 90' X, X -.e f XV X i V 5:51 X i E gf . N A J s . '11-s2'1:s2Xfas.Q X ' 2 N S -. X Q X ' 5 X t ..:E?, , X X lr- gr X X X .Q ,X 9 t . -X . .X .,,:ig5.5 X A ' , Q X X. 5' :- . - . . I f . il 5, . h, g 3 41 X X X X X X . ,,. we 'E XX X N. 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Sylvainc, Kansas City Buxzboe, Darrel, Overland Park Buller. Elizabeth, Osage City Burbridgre, Carol, Troy Burdette. William, Valley Center Burnham, Dixie, Eureka Burton, Evelyn, Kansas City Buscher, Kerry. Emporia Buser. Donna, Netawaka Butterfield. Denise, Morrill Butterfield, Michael. Morrill Call, Helen, Emporia Call, Steven, Valley Falls Calvin, William, Emporia Chaney, Marilyn. Denton Chipas, Diana, Wichita Christiansen, Jean, Lincoln Clark, Deana, Salina Colaw, Carolyn, Emporia Coleman, Beth, Haven Coleman, John, Haven Cohzlazier, Linda, Emporia. Colley, Michael. Osage City Cone, Sandra, Wichita Connelly, Marion, Winchester Conner, Donna, Emporia Cannon, Charles, Newton Cantrell, Cheryl, Parsons Conway. Michael, Moline Cook. James, Eskridsze Copeland, Marilyn, Wichita Conening, Evalyn, Iola Coup, Dan,1-Iope Cox, Cletson, Clearwater Chiappone, James. Jamestown Chisham, Dan, El Dorado Clark, Connie, Fredonia Clifton, Paula, Prairie Village Crabtree, Anna, Emporia Crill, Janice, Wichita Craft, Karen, Peabody Cram, Alan, Emporia Crossen, Dee, Iola Croucher. Steve, Osage City Culver, Lee. Lawrence Dallen, Farrell, Concordia Domke, Pamela, Marion Daniel, Kathryn, El Dorado .. I .s i i if ff x iii. 1, I 1 tv N-A K - tg X xiihjsx x X wx as , N 'h X X x X N xi fx K NSN .st fri: s . X XXM., . Xe X F' g P s . k, CX X3-k Xggix I X Q X X sit 3 , ,, I , , Q has in ' , M XL..-K . gg K . X -. eil' - 1,3 4' Q. ,B . X J W' go. , .. 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Kansas City Eberle, Karen, Peabody Eckell, Linda, Sawyer Eckert, Kathleen, Effingham Edens, Linda, Junction City Edmunds, Cheryl, Council Grove Edwards, Nancy, Coffeyville Edwards, Vicki, Chapman Egan, John, Emporia Eidman, Gwenda, Topeka Ellis, Jo Ann, Hutchinson Eubanks, James, Emporia Eussen, Martin, Hutchinson Evans, Catherine, Reading Evans, Nancy, Topeka Falkenstien, Rebecca, Lawrence Faylor, Willene, Madison Fehring, Mary, Independence Foster, David, Belle Plaine lFinney, Sharon, Emporia Flanagan, Kendalene, Kansas City Flander, Kayleen, Osawatomie Ford, Joyce, Russell Foster, Diane, Herington Fowler, Julianne, Norton Fox, Jean, Kansas City Francis, Janila, Colony Frederickson, Faie, Emporia Freeland, Frederick, Valley Falls 367 e 4 E Q ,ff 368 Q 4 3' S1 X X -K ' i F' T ale? i v izrs- X X X qw iij, 'Q l -swis- ww, wif ls x Q it SP ,X , 5, s X it ia " -. Q , X fm xx Ley at S X K Nx Y xxx f S x le- 5155 Q Us lx , SE O Q Si 5 ,fm .1 -sff-J, ..::f-- es- ? 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Wilma, Powhattan Greenwood, Joseph, Junction City Gresham, Stephen, Sedgwick Groneman, Nancy, Lincolnville Grubbs, Kenton, Kinsley Gutierrez, Aamalia, Emporia Hafliger, Tommy, Iola Hajek, Phyllis, Atwood Hale, Gary, Caney Hallock, Joyce, Salina Hallsted, Cathy, Sublette Hamman, Robert, Emporia Haney, Jimmy, Kansas City Hansen, John, Basehor Hanson, Stephen, Muncie Harlin, Jo Ann, Independence Harmon, Claudia, Garden City Harris, Donald, Hiawatha Hartley, Lynne, Wichita Hartman. Jane, Clifton Hatch, Beth, Moran Hatfield, Georgene, Hutchinson Hatten, Jerry, Abilene Hawk, Lawrence, Effingham Hawthorne, Carol, Wilsey Hayes, William, Hutchinson Hayley, John, Berkeley Heitman, Carolyn, Mulvane Heldberg, Barbara, Shawnee Mission Heldebrant, Janet, Iola Hellmer, Elsie, Olpe Hembree, Beth, Wichita 5 if ' A 52 f N31 f ,W if X A 'f' H ' J 3 5 4' . 2 , , f i' , .1 are ,i , H Q R 1 f, . Q S 5 . i 9' ,, . 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James. lineklin llexxes. James, Intfalls llewett. Rnnalvl. NL-wingftrin llielts, l.axxrenz'e. Shawnef- llills. Alan. liurlingtun llu. liavina. Ilunululu llfiaiil. larul, lielleville lluarrl. lilmer, llelleville llurltzes. Troy. lieacling llutzne. .luym-. lisliriflfm- llnhl. Carolyn, llushtnn llullylie-lul. Jerry. Coffvyville H-vrvath. Lincla. Manhattan Iluwarter, Jerry, Welila llrywarter, Pamela, Ottawa Howell, liruce, Osawatumie Iluyt, Mary, Knipurizl Ilnblwi-l, Mary, Piper llnfstecller, Paul. Emporia llnllhes, Daniel, Ellsworth Hughes, Sally, lhnliuria Hnltills. Adrian, Pratt Hunt. Paula, Kansas City Hurley, Susan, Newton Hurrelbrink, Juclith, Kansas Hnsliyz, Dennis., Hoisinizton Hustun, Steven. Americas City Hutchinson, Ann, Hutchinson Hynek, Melvin, liremcn Ishida, Charlene, Kapaa Ixaril. Louis. Kansas City Janke, VVcnmlell, Junction City Jenista, David, Caldwell Jenkins, Donald, Kansas City Juhnson. Virtrinia, Kansas City Jones, Anita, Leho Jones. Jnclith, Mound Valley Jones, Jones. Jones, Kasha. Marleah, Iiurrton Sara, Wichita Terrance, Goff' Joseph, Herinirton Kaske. Penelope, Emporia Kasper, Alan, Olathe Kavanaugh, Kathleen, Valley Falls Kawczynski, Linda, Des Plaines Kayitah, Theresa. Lawrence Kelly, James, Independence Kerns, She-rryll, Emporia 369 , X La ' 1 K .fir Y - ' ,iz X 5 K K mx- :XE W S 5 i x XS X . .:x XV' NX HX X X si sv-f s v X X 370 X X ex S X I f X X R X Q te is X 5 X , xx gf Sages: A ,X ' XVI- Q S C 'g 1 -sg ..f. -n X , . X f X X, 'R 9 1 3 1 if ...i ' S N eg Q! w X 1 1 - - gf:: XS::f'Qi 5 VS , X sg C 2 st. if 5 ,Q X it 7 5 X- h- I 2' - ,, ...- , - X S 5-sXXsX:s5-f.fss- - if.s.X,,-5-.hge ' b Y l .:,.:'. . , , ff -K Lkk 5 X.:. I X h 'ik X X X Eg:- Xs Q- d X X ' J 'Z ws . X A . . 'R ii r' e , X, , Xu.. 5 , . is S X S- . iigafiffel Q. - X X N S gf X X, X X im six Q 6 Q ,X,. Q N ,X,. - X-,f 1 XX? X N Q X leg X X ' NX Kerschen, James, Cunningham Ku-stner, James, Pratt Kiefer, Judy, Muscotah Kiene, Carol. Emporia Killehrew, John, Neodesha Kinder, Phyllis, Kansas City King, Cynthia, Iola King, Stephen, Emporia Kinsley, Janelle, Augusta Kirk, Marilyn, Admire Kirby, Peggy, Atchison Barbara. Mason Kitson, Kitson, David, Hoisington Knight, Janice, Kansas City Korphage, George, Emporia Kraus, Mary Ann, Alta Vista Kuhn, James, Wamego Ladd, Conice, Paola Lafferty, Robert, Emporia Laipple, Patty, Wathena Lambert, Rosalea, Emporia Landers, Jeanne. Dodge City Landis, Judith, Kansas City Lang, Georgeann, Pratt Langvardt, Janice, Wamego Lassman, Linda, Chanute Laue, Donald, Lyndon Lanritzen, Arthur, Hardy Lawless, Robert, Spring Hill Lawlor, Peter, Westbury Lee, Naomi, Kailua Leimer, Marten Karl, El Dorado Leonard, Jane. Washington Lewis, Clarence, Louisburg Lewis, Janet, Lebo Lewis, Wesley, Topeka Lichti, Norman, Hesston Lieurance, Lenora, Kiowa Liggett. Cynthia, Belle Plaine Liles, James, Emporia Lilly, Dale, Melvern Lindbloom, Larry, Osage City Lindeen, Linda, Seneca Linhart, Pamela, Lebo Link, Ronald, Piqua Lloyd, Peggy, Kansas City Loch, Jane, Louisburg Lochmiller, Elaine, Independence Lohmeyer, Thomas. Emporia Longhofer, Ron, White City Lott, Melvine, Atchison Loucks, Stanley, Hesston Lowry, Janet, Rago Loy, Carla, Kansas City Lumley, Richard, Emporia Lyman, Duane, Coats Seniors :f s 1 A X tw ,M -e - h LL,. R ' " 11 3- ei -geese - fl H ' " , ii . rsafsfifbg gy' ??32:f5ifi5E?Eii'4 , 3' 2 X L X .- 5" W : 3 , . Q Q -Y H? ilfisa- ii" .5 xx X - K A L , is , X f , ' I v'- tl . . . . . eo I , L A if . , K- -, fi , " - an 5 A ' 5 uf . . ,Q 5 X X X g, , , le I f fi ll , , - -., X ut. L ' ' - , X i -e- . 1 Q Na., as .. - :::.f Q i 22' ,.::X:E1 S vj,-.4n::j::,' f ?i::r:::.:...i,gi A :r 5' J is , xl f UF K- '6- ' -'PSXTY L . ,. " ix .3 gg . :, ""' ::I,:s?5- - Q , X 5 va A 4 if i' ff N 9 ri x 9 S X s i Lynch. Janet, Wantagh Lynd, Patricia, Newton Maisie, Esther, Hutchinson Mack. Elzada, Kansas City Mcllcnald, Glenda, Garnett Mac Killop, Laura, Winfield Malone. Marianne, Dallas Mandevill, Joyce, Bluff City Mann, James, Haysville Mann, Richard, Emporia Mark, Donald, Yates Center Martindale, Laura, El Dorado Mather, Morriaul, Emporia Matschull, Lawrence, Overland Park Mattson, Janice, Smolan McCain, Mary, Emporia McCallum, Dennis, Burlington McCluskey, Dennis. Junction City McColpin, Ronald, Derby McConnaughhay, Sandra, Emporia McDonald, Barbara, Allen McDonald, David, Allen Mclfarland, Peggy, Wichita Mclntosh, Gene, Courtland McKee, Michael, Emporia Mackenzie, Elizabell, Lawrence McLenon, Jane, Effingham Meek, John, Emporia Meidinger, Karen. Leona Melton, James, Marion Mendicki, Carl, Emporia Mercer, Mary, El Dorado Meyer, Bruce, New York Meyer, William, Auburn Miles, Michael, Kansas City Miller, Donna, Bucyrus Miller, Sharon, Kansas City Mitchell, Linda, Emporia Mitchell, Standiferd, Emporia Moran, Corinne, Hutchinson Morris, Russel, Anthony Morrissey, Elizabeth, Mayetta Murray, Myron, Emporia Murphy, James, Marlborough Murphy, Marilyn, Emporia Mydland, Karen, Horton Nanninyr, Karl, Axtell Naumann, Richard, Winchester Nelson, Barbara, Kansas City Nelson, Patricia, Kansas City Nelson, Robert, St. Louis Nelson, Sally, Emporia Nestor, Mary, Columbus Nikfarjam, Daniel, Emporia Oba, Janice, Lahaina Oberle, Norman, Carbondale 371 at Q is , ,j. , jf'fs,37 14 , , V ,4 , f 2 I, ,f Z Q lm w -V 'l ' HW - ' 1" - sf, , j g f" 'R f 4 f ef f 2? ,, , :A I 4 f ,ii,fLi l im , efiejfefh , - , l f Q A If 0? i f J v W if fig ,iel ' ,, iff Z if X f j , ,, 1 , z ff f Q Q42 H " gi Qi, ,Y z ' s. - 2 , 1 . 5 I 0 ,, eff fi Z 4 , i,v 'D , n , V' , ' x V 1' 4 ' I ,,,v , 3 ' 5-: , , . .3 . 5 ? 1 ,. in " - ' ' 'z , F f K ww . mf . 1':g:-" I K , 3, L iff' ' f 5, M J ef 5 y ,f , I N Vw ,, 372 f 4 f W f Q4 Y V-, if , 1 I 1 , ,f .ws E y , Z ,. , J f ff Z ff V , "" - W ' ' , is 2 ii, A ' " 'Q N s ' ' - A ' , ' fu ' r ' , 4, ,' .f 'dt R A , , 4 , , f ,-,..' 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Clay Center Sauer, lfllisabeth, Wathena Savage, Howard, Florence Schafer, lilizabeth, Sterling Schettino. Jeffrey, Neosho Rapids Scheve, Kenneth, Emporia Sehlesener, Lynda, Emporia Schlosser, Larry, Shawnee Mission Schneider, Roxanne, Liberal Schroeder, Marsha, Haysville Schultz, Victoria, Junction City Scott, lieverly, NVhite City Scribner, Judy, El Dorado Sekitolelw, Mary, Kampala Shannon, liruce, lilue Rapids Shannon, Karen, Hiawatha Shaw, Margie, Long Island Shelton, Randolph, Troy Shepek, Cary, Narka Shepard, David, Emporia Shields, Marvin, Mayetta Shottenkirk, Adrian, Salina Siegrist, Sam, Rose Hill Siebuhr, Phyllis, Lebo Sigel, Steven, Cottonwood Falls Simmons, Jane, Vermillion Sinn, Joyce, Fort Scott Sl-caer, Wesley, Peabody Skinner, Donna, Peabody Skwarlo, Peggy, Shawnee Slama, Lynette, Washington Smith, Anita, Inman Smith, Darla, Olpe Smith, Gregory, Emporia Smith, Janell, Fredonia Smith, Thomas, Troy Smith, Lynn, Arnold Sorenson, Edwina, Council Grove Charles, Goff Sourk, Spade, Joanne, Admire Spicer, Charles, Osage City Spradling, liernadett, Emporia Spradling, Cloyce, Emporia Springer, Barbara, Emporia Stalcup, Willard, Lawrence Stamm, Charles, Sdegwick Standiferd, Cary, Topeka Stanton, Cheryl, Scott City Steele, James, Silver Lake Stewart, Cheryl, Yates Center 373 .G - 9+ XXX X X XXSX ,gtk sis ' X tg S .QS X1 X s- X E .- -K s if i S o v mat K . 4 'X XX xx E R iss if X Q x Y v , X 1 R X X s 1 ,. s. . ,QQ 15 ,Eg if , X ' S X Q x ,N X in C 2 Wx X , 5 - 'i gs: as f S , X S Q X Q xii 5? .v,.59QSS 13' ,Tw O un an , heya X ' t ' i 5' 9ati?'!91 - ,X X 9' i we 4' 7 ' -,-L.-- - 374 .. w:.,e . 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Frankfort Twomlmly, Linda, Sparks Tyler, Patricia, El Dorado Umlmerger, lla, Lincolnville Uphoff, Frank, Peabody Upshaw. Shirley, Carlyle Urbanek, Joyce, Marion Van Arsdale, Elaine, Burlington Vernon, Vaudine, El Dorado Vickers, Janice, Ottawa Wade, Janice, Emporia Warner, Molly, Shawnee Walker, Vicki, Mulvane VValno, Donna, Valley Center Vt'arrl, Mary, Osawatomie VVarcl, Stephen, Emporia Waters, Robert, Derby Weed, Ralph, Topeka Weikal, Larry, liucklin Weldon, Connie, Topeka Wells, Arthur, Lansing: VVenciker, Jerry, Tribune Wenrller, Kent, Nekoma Wenmlling, Dorothy, Olpe Wernsman, Paul, Richmond Wesseler, Paul, Winfield Whaley, Janice, Pratt .ai . . X S X Z x ' X X a . ,s XO st is X e Q X F4 ss V .,,, , . 5 X . - f, 1 .. - . ,,. . fp X 8' .9 in . 5-3 R wi wt X , N1 Q W 'N X 'M raduate Students If. , if fps? i' Q Ir " BNSF: N fix Q gb Xia, A lr 5 ...F 3- X N S 1 Y .. ss. .Mt : .T N xx ' F X X X + X s ph , .. .-A- R f ex -- Vw Q 5 J - - Q- S.. N-gr. 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Judith, Great Bend Wolverton, John, Moline Woods, Shirley, Hutchinson Worcester, Susan, Americus Wyckoff, John, Independence Yee, Lorene, Honolulu Young, Vernon, Madison Zink, Orlin, Scott City Eubank, Shelia, Leavenworth Hill, Terry, Kansas City Hubbard, Linda, Kansas City Lucas, Pamela, Topeka Marriott, Charles, Eureka VV00dv P3tI'iCk, Overland Park Abrell, Mary, Wichita Baker, Janice, Emporia Belew, Martha, Clearwater Blankenburg, Judith, Oakley Blaufuss, John, Hartford Bronleewe, Alice, Ottawa lluscher, Hurshel, Emporia Deweese, Eldonna, Pierce City Farah, Saleh, Afgoli Hannah, Mary, Wichita Herrera, Raul, Emporia Mercer, James, Cedar Point Meyers, Mark, Huron Meyers, Nancy, Wagner Nickum. Richard, Kansas City Radford, Mary, Horton Rasheed, Zamel, Lawrence Rushing, Marie, Russell Shwcihdi, Salem, Tripoli Steizeman, Virginia, Hillsboro Strain. Judith, Overland Park 375 A Cappella Choir 247 Administration 90 Alpha Beta 232 Alpha Pi Omeila 223 Art Department 104 Associated Women Students 257 Baptist Student Union 241 Baseball 168 Basketball 154 Best Dressed Coed Contest 57 Beta Beta Beta 200 Biology Department 106 Blue Key 264 Board of Reirents 92 Bulletin Staffs 276 Bureau of Measurements 100 Business Department 108 Caduceus Society 210 Campus Choir 241 Candy Cane Contest 56 Cardinal Key 262 Cheerleaders 259 Circle-K 231 CIRUNA 233 Colleiliate 4-H 230 Cross Country 151 Disciples Student Fellowship 245 Education Division 110 Elsie Pine 216 Endowment 99 English Department 112 Epsilon Pi Tau 228 E-State Players 209 Field Services 102 Abbott, Billy 250, 252, 253, 254 Abbott, Robert 305 Abbott, Roy 250 Abbott, Stephen 315 Abel, Lester 229 Abernathy, Kathleen Abrell, Mary 375 Ace, Becky 290 Ackeret, John 229 Adam, Cynda 365 Adam, Judy 344 Adams, Linda 365 Adee, Julia 328 Adee, Marilyn 354 Adkins, Odis 328 Adkins, Theodore 247, 248, 250, 253 Adkison, Steven 328 Adler, Linda 250 Atta, Tamatane 344 365 Aguilera, Samuel 145 Akers, Lawrence 312 Akright, Gary 365 Akright, Kathleen 344 Albers, Patricia 344 Albers, Robert 315 Albers, Shirley 328 Albertson. James 307 Albertson, Timothy 202, 237 Albo, Robert 308 Albright. Jolene 284 Alcanter, Mike 299 376 General Index Football 144 1-'oreiizn Lanuuaxze Department 114 Freshman Talent Show 27 Freshmen 328 Gamma Delta 244 General Office 100 Golf 174 Graduate Division 98 Graduate Students 375 Greeks 282 Health and Physical Education Division 128 Homecoming 41 Home Economics Chapter 224 Home Economics Department 116 Hui O'Hawaii 236 Industrial Arts Club 229 Industrial Arts Department 118 Instructional Media 102 Interfaith Council 245 Interfraternity Council 207 International Club 235 Intramurals 175 Juniors 35-1 Kappa Delta Pi 238 Kappa Kappa Psi 202 K-Club 214 Librarianship 120 Library 121 Marching: Band 253 Math Department 122 Memorial Union Services 101 Men's Chorale 248 Men's Physical Education Club 232 Men's Residence Hall 200 Miss Emporia State Contest 64 Miss Peggy Pedaszoiz 42 Miss Sunflower Contest 58 Mu Epsilon Nu 227 Music Department 124 Newman Club 243 Off-Campus Housing 319 Office of Instruction 07 Orientation Week 24 Panhellenic Council 296 Phi Beta Lambda 218 Phi Kappa Alpha 230 Phi Mu Alpha 215 Physical Plant 102 Physical Science Department 130 Pi Delta Phi 234 Pi Gamma Mu7Social Science Club 225 Pi Lambda Theta 226 Pi Omega Pi 222 President 03 Print Sh0D 103 Psi Chi 217 Psychology Department 12 Publications 103 Quivira 217 Research 08 Roger Williams Fellowship 246 Russian Club 210 Seniors 365 Sigma Alpha Iota 211 Sigma Delta Pi 211 SEA 212 Social Science Division Sophomores 344 Special Events 48 Speech Department Spurs 258 Stintlers 240 Student Council 271 Student Services 95 Summer School 76 Sunflower Staff 278 Symphonic Band 252 Symphonic Choir 250 Symphonic Orchestra 254 Tau Beta Sigma 208 Tennis 172 Theatre 68 132 134 Track 163 Traffic and Safety 100 Treble Clef 247 Trefoil 234 Union Activities Council 268 United Christian Fellowship 242 Vixrilantes 237 Wesley Foundation 242 Who's 1Vho 260 William Allen White Book Award 30 Women's Physical Education Club 233 Women's Recreation Association 256 Women's Residence Hall 184 Wrestling 160 Xi Phi 280 Student Index Alcorn, Glynda 354 Aldape, Virginia 354 Aleshire, Richard 277, 290 Alexander, Doris 243, 328 Alexander, James 250 Alexander, William 328 Allen, Alma 328 Allen, Donald 229, 365 Allen, Gary 312. 315 Allen, Lonnie 211 Allen, Norman 354 Allen, Ottis 365 Allen, Rex 228 Allerheiligen, Gary 354 Allison, Cathy 328 Alrlauirh, Revelyn 224, 365 Alpausrh, Ronald 299 Alsop, Delores 328 Amber!!! Sr. Mary Alice 225 Ametzo, Robert 247, 248 Amick, David 365 Ammel, Linda 244, 344 Anderson, Karen 354 Anderson. Loraine 250 Anderson Mark 315 Anderson Michael 308 Anderson, Rebecca 224 Anderson Sandra 204 Anderson, Sara 354 Anderson Severt 223 Anderson Steven 344 Anderson, Wayne 308 Anderson, William 365 Ando, Melvin 236 Andre, Carolyn 250, 283 Andre, Christine 250, 283 Andree, Georganna 258. 238 Andres, David 250, 354 Andrew, Sue 328 Andres, Dwight 365 Andrews, Charles 308 Andrews. Sharon 365 Angle, Dennis 297 Angle, Patrice 247, 250 Aneleton, Sondra 328 Anstaett, Shirley 328 Antes, Margaret 354 Anton, Gregory 354 Antrim, David 145, 344 Arasiinowicz, Donald 227 Archuleta, Jessie 365 Arisumi, Anne 236, 354 Ann 241, 328 Carol 288 Armstronir. Gay 365 Armstroniz. Nancy 365 Rebecca 284 Armstead, Armstronll, Armstromr. Arnold, Jimmie 344 Arnold, Nancy 354 Arrington, Linda 188, 189. 365 Arwood, Polly 354 Ashbaugh, Norman 228 Ashford, James 354 Ashida, Robert 328 AsD, Linda 328 Ast. Robert 312 Ast, Torn 312 Atherly, Glenn 228 Atkinson, Jerry 365 Atkinson, Terry 365 Atkinson, Valerie 344 Atwell, Shirley 250, 253, 254 August, Judith 245, 246. 354 Austin, Susan 245, 246, 328 Ayres, Rita 290. 328 Babcock, Michael 365 Baccus, Steven 299 Bachtel, Donald 344 Badders, Cheryl 354 Badsky, Carol 328 Bagley, Gweneth 250 Bahnmaier, Joyce 365 Bahr. Karesa 250, 344 Bailey. Carolyn 328 Bailey, Cheryl 328 Bailey, Craig 308 Bailey, Marsha 328 Bailey, Shirley 328 Bailey, Steven 344 Bainter, Paula 328 Baird, Charles 312 Baker, Janice 216, 375 Baker, Linda 243, 354 Baldwin, Howard 315 Baldwin, Ronald 328 Balke, Thomas 217 Ball, Deanna 288, 328 Ball, Lynn 344 Ball, Marlin 328 Ball, Ronnie 315 Ballou, Charles 344 Balzer, Thomas 328 Bane, Connie 328 Bane. Teresa 328 Banks, Sandi 365 Baptist, Canda 294 Baptist, Carol 211, Bard, Robert 307 Bard, Stel'7hen 312 Barden, Ronald 344 Barefoot, Joe 328 288 Barewin, Janet 294, 354 Barfoot, Cheryl 328 Tiarger. Rosalie 328 Barker, Janice 290 Barker, Judith 188, 283, 344 Barksdale. Velita 241, 328 Elbert 365 Phyllis 188, 344 Gail 250, 344 Wayne 354 Barr, Carol 250, 365 Barnes. Barnes, Barnett, Barnett, Barrett. Glenda 250, 328 Barrett, James 354 Barrick, Linda 188, 197 Barrow, Linda 232, 365 Barstow, Roberta 250, 292, 328 Bartel, Thomas 237 Bartley, Joyce 344 Basanel, Victor 210 Basham, Richard 344 Baskett, Julianne 365 Basore, Carolyn 354 Bass, Donna 240, 284. 328 Bassford, Howard 365 Bates, Teresa 344 Bateson, John 302 Bauer, Mary 355 Bauman, Linda 365 Bauman, Vivian 209, 345 Baumchen, Robert 328 Baumstimler, John 250 Baxter, Deborah 355 Baxter, Herbert 232, 365 Bay, Charles 250, 355 Bayless, Laura 28-6 Bean, Carol 365 Beard, Nancy 328 Beard, Stan 328 Beaver, Kathryn 328 Beaver, Tom 365 Bechelmayr, June 328 Bechtel, Dorothy 243 Bechtel, Kenneth 365 Beck, David 355 Beck, Margaret 345 Becker, Gertrude 240, 290 Becker, Sandra 222, 365 Beckmann, Royce 328 Beckmon, Orval 345 Beebe, Dianna 345 Beers, Larry 215, 247. 248, 308 Beets, Sandra 188 Begshaw. Steve 345 Behrendt, Karalee 292, 845 Behrens, Betty 365 Beightel, David 365 Beilsmith, Margaret 286 Belew, Martha 375 Bell, Dennis 228, 229 Bell, LouAnn 284 Bell, Richard 328 Belsha,Dennis 312 Belton, Mark 308 Bender, Elaine 193, 240 328 Benge, Lois 365 Benignus, Linda 286 Bennett, Gerald 209, 365 Bennett, Sandra 328 Benninga, Maurice 228. 229, 365 Benton, Darla 328 Benyshek, Linda 355 Berger, Doug 218, 220, 299 Berger, John 328 Berger, Robert 252, 253. 328 Berger, Rodney 355 Bergmann, Jeanne 250, 355 Bergmann, Patricia 188, 250. 345 Berk. Arnold 210 Bernhardt, Barbara 355 Berry, Leland 365 Bertels, Carol 250 Betts, William 247, 248 Bezdek. Jay 260, 299 Biehler, Thomas 328 Bielhy, Bill 78 Bigalow, Mary Jane 365 Biggs, Carole 355 Biggs, Debra 210, 240. 328 Bilder, Theodore 302 Bilderback, Michael 365 Bills, James 229, 355 Bingham, Betty 250, 365 Binney, Janet 211 Birch, Margaret 262, 288 Birchenough, Ronnie 345 Birk, Arnold 345 Birk. Norma 225 Birkbeck, Maxine 355 Birkbeck, Stephen 225. 365 Birney, Neil 225 Bishop, Carol 243 Bishop, Donna 355 Bishop, Thomas 312 Bitikofer, Melva 355 Bivona, Buzz 243 Black, Iraida 328 Black, Jane 355 Black, Patricia 328 Blackburn, Carol 240, 290 Blackburn, Warner 328 Blahut. Jeanette 328 Blaine, Gloria 292 Blair, Marha 355 Blake, Diana 328 Blankenburg, Judith 216, 375 Blanks, Sharon 352 Blanton, Helen 355 Blaufuss, John 375 Blaufuss, Patricia 243, 328 Blaufuss, Thomas 345 Blender, Howard 345 Blevins, Brenda 329 Blocher, John 299 Block, Gerald 365 Blocker, Robert 807 Bobker, Gary 365 Bobo, Caroline 241 Bock, Vicki 283 Bodam, Gary 252, 253, 307, 329 Boekhaus, Terry 247, 250, 355 Boettcher, Ronald 228, 229, 365 Boxart, Diane 345 Bosgs, Charyll 365 Bohn, Ronda 290 Bohnert, Beth 365 Bohning, Ann 211, 244, 247, 250, 345 Bohrer, Sara 355 Bohrer, Stephen 365 Boileau. Janice 250, 345 Boles, Carolyn 345 Boline, Leroy 227, 365 Bollinger, Lynne 286 Boniar, Phyllis 329 Bomholt, Arlene 283, 355 Bomholt. Sheila 329 Bonfield, William 329 Bonny, Francis 252, 253, 329 Booker, Teresa 290 Booth, Cynthia 212 Booth, Grace 245, 246, 292 Booth, Mary 329 Borders, Barbara 250 Borders, Yvonne 329 Bork, Kathleen 329 Borklund, Stephen 227. 305, 355 Borovicka, Sammy 329 Bortka, Jerry 145, 150 Bosiljevac, Judith 250. 355 Boss, Barbara 250, 355 Bott, Ervin 145 Botterweck, Clarence 302 Boumstimler, John 365 Bowden, Robert 247, 248 Bowell, Julie 211, 365 Bower, David 365 Bowers, Sue 250, 286 329 Bowler, Michael 3165 Bowman, Rebecca 258. 288 Boyd, Verla 365 Boyer, Robert 260, 297. 299 BoYer, Vicki 286 Boyle, David 145, 345 Brabec, Charlene 355 Brack, Marsha 212, 290 Braden, Patricia 345 Bradford, Diana 355 Bradley, Julia 210, 250 Bradshaw, Joanne 355 Brady, Patricia 257, 260 329 Bralley, Eugene 345 Brammell, Orlinda 329 Brammer, Anna 233 Branaman, Karen 355 Brand, Glenda 329 Brand, Linda 365 Brandt, Lee 245, 246, 345 Brandt, Nancy 211, 250 286, 306 Brauer, Dennis 329 Bray, Michael 247, 250 Brecheisen, Adelia 329 Breedlove, Hans 145 Breedlove, Linda 352 Breitkreutz, Kenneth 209. 345 Bremer. Donna 294 Brenneman. Fredrick 365 Bressler, Alex 225 Brewer, David 250, 345 Brewer, Eleanor 226 Brewer, John 223, 355 Brewer, Joseph 345 Brewer, Michael 227, 302 Breymeyer, Dale 250 Bridge, Rebecca 246 Bridgman, Robert 260, 302 Brink, Cheryl 329 Brinker, William 229, 3166 Brinkman, Marvin 308 Brinkman, Susan 355 Brinsko, David 214 Briscoe, Molly 258, 286 Brock, Gayle 2 9 9 Brock, Janice 211, 250 Brockman, Michael 28, 329 Brockway, Sarah 250, 345 Brodie, Charles 3465 Brodie, Marilyn 216 Brome, Martin 145 Bronleewe. Alice 375 Broockerd. Dennis 307, 354 Brooks Anita 212, 366 Brooks, Linda D. 345 Brooks Linda S. 355 Bross, Paula 224, 329 Bross, Peggy 366 Bross, Phares 228 Brown, Brent 258, 345 Brown, Cynthia 292, 329 Brown, Daniel 227, 247, 248, 307 Brown, Gerald 68, 69 Brown James 317 Brown, Jane 355 Brown, Janet 330, 286 Brown, Kathy 260, 284 Brown, Linda 292 Brown, Logan 366 Brown, Marilyn 330 Brown, Marjofrie 355 Brown, Robert 366 Brown, Robert E. 203 Brown, Ronald 307 Brown, Sandra 292, 355 Brown, Shirley 241, 355 Brown, Steven 210, 223. 302 Brown, Trudy 36-6 Brown, Vincent 308 Brown, William 145 Browning, Margaret 355 Bruce, Kathryn 286 Bruch, Sharon 3166 Bruner, Pamela 257, 260 Bruning, Roger 214, 302 Brunner, Julia 355 Bryant, Janice 366 liucasas, Stanley 236 Buchman, Linda 330 Buck, Robert 229 Buckman, Janet 229 Budimlija, Sylvaine 366 Buehler, Marcella 294 Buenning, Jane 345 Buessing, James 232 Buffalow, Sharon 355 Buford, John 145 Bugbee, Darrel 366 Buller, Elizabeth 366 Bulmer, Karen 330 Bunch. Marcia 330 Bunnell, Johnny 299 Burbridge, Carol 226, 366 Burch, Philip 254 Burch, Rebecca 224, 355 Burch, Susan 211, 253, 252 Burdette, William 366 Burgard, Janet 330 Burge, Nicki 188, 355. Burgess, Barbara 288 Buster, Steven 250, 355 Butel, Mary 243, 380 Butler, Jeanne 330 Butterfield, Denise 366 Butterfield, Marsha 355 Butterfield, Michael 366 Button, Patricia. 330 Butzine, Charles 355 Byrum, Linda 294 Cagwin, Mary 294 Cain, Linda 286 Calano, Frances 345 Caldwell, Lawrence 355 Caldwell, Linda 345 Caldwell, Mary 250, 286 Caldwell, Vicki 294 Call, Helen 3616 Call, Steven 366 Callaway, Susan 355 Calvert, Anita 56, 294 Calvert, Susan 188, 259. 290 Calvin William 366 Campbell, Bonnie 288 Campbell, Carolyn 292 Campbell, Mary 188, 189, 244. 330 Canfield, Brenda 330 Cannon, Charles 366 Cantrell, Cheryl 218, 260 262, 284, 365 Capp, Anita 250 330 Carduff, Cynthia 286 Carey, Susan 42, 218, 294 Carlson. Glenn 255 Carlson. Jean 330 Carlson, Michael 232, 355 Carlson, Ronald 246, 315 Carlstrom, Linda 355 Carlton, Linda 330 Carmichael, Kent 312 Carothers, Vanya 355 Carpenter, Helen 250, 288 Carro, Jorge 216 Carroll, Michael 308 Carroll, Victoria 277 Carter, Bevc 'ly 355 Carter, Kathi 330 Cash, JoAnne 240, 244, 330 Cason, Phyllis 241, 355 Cassin, John 330 Castillo, Victor 145 Catalo, Robert 243 Cation, Mark 202, 330 Caviness, Charles 31.7 Caywood, Douglas 309 Cerone, Bruce 145, 149. 253, 330 Clark, Randolph 355 Clark, Shirley 345 Clark, Steven 307 Clayton, James 299 Clayton, Linda 292 Clements, Catherine 342 Clifton, Paula 366 Cline, Daniel 355 Cline, Ronald 330 Cloud, Roberta 188, 345 Clune, Betty 284, 330 Coan, Susan 330 Cochran. Charles 315 Cochran, Janet 240, 290, 330 Cochran, Linda 191, 330 Coffee, Donna 241, 345 Coffee, Wilbur 145, 150 Coffelt, Daniel 312 Golaw, Carolyn 217, 366 Cole. Gary 356 Coleman . Barbara 3 3 0 Coleman, Beth 366 Coleman, James 315 Coleman, John 366 Coleman , Kenneth 315 Coleman, Phyllis 286 Colglazier, Linda 366 Colley, Michael 366 Collins, Gail 288 Collins, Jeanie 247, 330 Collins. Jeannette 243, 250, 356 Collins, Philip 305 Collins, Regina 243 Coltrane, Mary 250 Combs, Tina 345 Comley, Charlotte 2 33, 254, 292 Compton, Wilma 356 Condray, Janet 345 Cone, Sandra 366 Conklin. Janice 330 Connell, Linda 356 Connelly, Marion 366 Conner, Donna 3166 Connefr, Katherine 294 Connor, Karen 330 Conrow, Carolyn 226 Conway, Michael 366 Conyers, Dennis 305 Conyers, Kristine 345 Cook, James 366 Cook, Kim 250 Cook, Rick 237 Cooksey, William 252, 254 Cooper, Barbara 286 Cooper, Brace 264, 309 Cooper, Carol 345 Cooper, Douglas 330 Cooper, Janice 330 150 Chalk, Edward 237 Chamblee, Craig 330 Champieux, Janice 284 Chance, Archie 250, 345 Chaney, Marilyn 36-6 Chatterton, Michael 299 Cherry, Dale 330 Cherry, Judith 247, 330 Chessefr, Dawna 250, 355 Chesser, Florence 345 Chiappone, James 3616 Burgess, Gary 312 Burk, Mary 216 Burk. Rose 224, 355 Burkhart, Bruce 202 . 250 Burkholder, Thomas 345 Burnett, Claudia 355 Burnett, Glenda 345 Burney, Patrick 210, 252, 253. 254 Burney, Richard 210, 252, 253 Burnham, Dixie 366 Burnison, Dicksie 345 Burns, Larry 3 0 8 Burrichter, Cynthia 355 Burrow, Jimmie 815 Chiba, Melvin 236 Childs, Linda 283 Chipas, Diana 366 Chipley, Larry 209 Chisham, Dan 366 Choice, Paula 330 Christian, Elisa 284 Christiansen, Jean 366 Christianson, Paul 315 Christlieb, Dennis 330 Christy, Merlin 345 Churchman, Kathleen 355 Cimpl, Kay 355 Cindric, Jerold 223, 307 Claeys, Gregory 312 Clark, Charles 345 Burt, Barbara 345 Burton, Dallas 330 Burton, Evelyn 257, 260, 366 Busby, Jeanne 330 Buschefr, Hurschel 217, 375 Buscher. Kerry 866 Busenitz, John 225 Buser, Donna 288, 366 Bushore, Steve 145 Clark, Connie 189, 197, 366 Clark, Constance 189, 330 Clark, Deana 366 Clark. Hugh 210, 215, Clark. Jean 245, 246, 330 Clark, Judy 830 Clark, Michael D. 276 Clark, Michael K. 210 Clark, Nancy 284 Clark. Opal 245, 246, Cooper, Terry 330 Cooper, Timothy 330 Cope, Bruce 330 Copeland, Marilyn 366 Copeland. Sandra 232 Copening, Evalyn 366 Copple, Melinda 356 Cordray, Terry 345 Corker, Pamela 288 Corrado, Mary 356 Cortes, Hector 254 Cortiana, Mary 222, 356 Costello, Patricia 240, 330 Couch, Richard 232 Coup, Dan 366 Courtner, Deborah 345 Courtner, Marilyn 254 Courtney, Charles 315 Courtney, Clifford 223, 315, 330 Courtney, Clinton 223, 330 Courtney, Paula 253, 330 Courtney, Riche 291 Cowden, David 299 Cowell, Jerry 250, 352 Cowperthwaite, Carol 380 Cox, Cletson 210, 215, 247, 248, 315, 366 Cox, Christina 250, 345 Cox, Donald 228 Cox, Linda 286 Crabbe, William 145 Crabtree, Anna 366 Cracker, Bill 215 Craft, Karen 366 Craggett, Marsha 356 Cram, Alan 223, 366 Cramer, Rhonda 330 377 Cowperthwaite, Carol 330 Cox, Cletson 210, 215. 247, 248. 315, 366 Cox, Christina 250, 345 Cox. Donald 228 Cox, Linda 286 Crabbe, William 145 Crabtree, Anna 366 Cracker. Bill 215 Craft, Karen 366 Crallgett. Marsha 356 Cram, Alan 223, 366 Cramer, Rhonda 330 Crandall, John 253, 330 Crane, Gene 345 Crane, Melissa 330 Cranz, Pamela 288 Cross. Lynn 145, 309 Creveling, Alice 216 Criger, Carla 330 Crill, Janice 366 Crill, Susan 210 Crisafulli. Anthony 305 Critser, Lorine 345 Crockett, Cheri 250, 356 Cronn, Charles 229 Cronn, Martha 345 Cross, Kay 345 Crossen, Dee 366 Crotimzer, Cheryl 330 Crouch, Keith 203. 345 Crouch, Mark 330 Crouch, Ruben 229 Decker, Johnie 331 Decker, Robert 299 Deery. Lynne 331 Deets. Jeannine 224, 346 Defrees. Trudence 331 Dehaven, Wanda 188. 189, 346 Dehoney, Nancy 292 Dragoo. Mowry 331 Drake, Thomas 33 1 Driscoll, Judith 288 Drosselmeyer, Charlene 357 Drumm. Catherine 331 Dubois. Jeanette 357 k, Linda 294 Dubovi Erickson, Christine 210. 331 Esquivel, Ricardo 216 Eubank, Sheila 188, 375 Eubanks, James Eubanks, Shirley 217 Eussen, Martin 367 Evans, Catherine A. 222. 227. 367 Flynn. Pamela 295 Folck, Roberta 332 Fulck, Susan 210. 358 Foltz, Thomas 202, 332 Foncannon, Catherine 284 Ford, Ben 297, 299 Ford, Georszeann 260, 262. 295 Ford, James 315 Deiter, J. S. 331 Delay. Vicki 212, 291, 367 Delich, Michael 366 Delmott, Dennis 214 Delzeit, Patricia 36-6 Dembny, Pamela 331 Demesko. Ronald 145, 150 Demoret, Billy 367 Dennis, Daniel 299 Denny. Kay 367 Depass, Clifford 214, 367 Dc-pew, Donald 307 Delnriust, Ronald 309 Derigne, John 315 Dermet, James 238 Duerksen, Christopher 209, 260, 299 Duerksen, Lois 216 Duffy, Linda 217, 367 Dugan. Mary 367 Duggan, Mark 312 Dumenil, Constance 331 Dumitrescu. Constant 234. 235 Dumm, Jane 367 Dumm, Joe 357 Duncan. Anita 367 Duncan, Gregory 312 Duncan, Sandra 292 Dunhaupt, Ann 331 367 Evans, Catherine M. 294, 346 Evans, Dan 302 Evans, David 346 Evans, Margaret 247 Evans, Nancy 367 Evans, Nancy Sue 331 Everett, Frances 357 Everett, William 145 Everhart, lleverly 302 Evers. Danny 331 Ewing, Mary 357 Ford, Jean 216 Ford. Jodi 346 Ford, Joyce 367 Ford, Kenneth 309 Ford, Pamela 295 Ford, Rex 228 Fort, Fred 312 Forte, Muriel 241 Foster, David 238. 367 Foster, Diane 367 Foster. Lynne 358 Foster, Penny 257. 260. Derrick, Thomas 254, 331 Derritt, Paul 241 Desch, Vincent 331 Deselms, James 346 Detter, John 145, 247. 248 DeWees Jane 331 Deweese, Duane 228 Dewcese, Eldonna 216. 375 Duniev Dunn. ich, Andrew 317 Claudia 331 Dupree, Ron 145 Duprez. Linda 283 Durbin. Catherine 33 1 Dutcher, Jan 223 Dutton, David 357 Earls. Cruucher, Steve 3643 Cruwl, Leonard 3 l 2 Crum, James 356 Crum, Jerome 315, 330 Crum. Stephen 223 Crumrine, Mary 3 5-6 Deweese. Karel 356 Dick, Darlene 331 Dick, Linda 331 Dvorak. Lydia 357 Dyck, Jeanne 292 Dykes, Diana 188, 346 Fayzerherg, Gretchen 216 Fahrbach. Tim 302 Fahring. Donna 295 Fair, Patricia 331 Falkenstien, Rebecca 367 Fankhauser, Deborah 331 Fanninbt, Gaylene 240. 284 Faulks, Nita 257, 260. 225, 288 Fousek, Kenneth 237, 358 Foust, James 237 Fouts, Linda 346 Fowins, James 309 Fowler, Constance 258. 291, 344 Fowler. Julianne 367 Fowler, Linda 295 Fowler. Pamela 211 Fox, Jean 226, 367 288 Farah, Saleh 375 Fargo. William 229 Farley, Carl 229 Crumrine. Robert 356 Cruom, James 315 Culbertson. Randy 330 Culver. Colene 331 Culver, Lee 366 Cummings, Sharyl 331 Cummins, Robin 250 Cunningham, Jane 331 Curfman, Carolyn 345 Curley. Kathleen 250 Current, Charles 216 Cushinbefrry, Dale 214 Cushinberry, Paula 345 Cushinberry, Wanda 25. 345 Custer, William 356 Cuthbertson, Mary 331 Dane. Dabbs, Glenn 223 Daggett, Ralphea 247, 352 Dale, Peggy 356 Dall, Cheryl 294, 331 Dallen, Farrell 366 Dallen, Mary 356 Ronald 3 12 Daniel, Diann 211 Daniel, Kathryn 366 Daniels, Roberta 2 58 Daniels, Virginia 2 17. 240, 257, 2-60 Danielson, Carolyn 292 Danielson. Robert 3 56 Darby, Otis 305 Dare, Dwight 345 Darnes, Phyllis 291 Darrah, Beverly 278, 356 Davey, Shawn 286 Davidson. Connie 286 Davies, Thomas 331 Davis, Charles 145 Davis, Christine 352 Dicke, Terry 356 Dicken, Michael 238, 367 Dickson, Richard 247 248. 356 Didde, Teri 258. 286 Dieckhoff. Jane 367 Dieker, Randall 331 Diemart, Afton 356 Dieter-ich, Dale 299 Digiore, Nicholas 309, 367 Dikemore, Ruth 284 Dill, liarbara 356 Dill, Mildred 367 Diller. James 367 Diller, Melvin 356 Dillingham, Jerry 305 Dillon, Charles 312 Dilts, Paula 331 Dinning, Daniel 367 Dirks, Deborah 292 Dirks, Renee 230, 233. 225 Ditzler, Richard 309, 367 Divel, Leon 216 Divitto, Charles 145. 148. 150, 214 Dix, Mary 367 Dodd, Sandra 226 Dodder, Cheryl 367 Doerr, Thomas 210 Dollen, Shiela 331 Doman, Michael 315, 331 Domann, Marsha 357 Domke, Pamela 366 Donahoo, Dennis 202 Donaldson. Yvonne 225. 230. 233 Donathan, Ellen 211. 247 288 Donnelly. Linda 367 Donley. Terry 357 Donovan, Dana 210 Donovan, Deena 240, 288. 331 Donovan, Martha 243. 331 Doolittle, Alan 230, 233. 238, 367 Doperalski, Thomas 317. 331 Earleywine, Karen 352 Karen 357 Farley, James 331 Farmer, Eugene 357 Farr. Leland 357 Earsom, Steve 331 Easter, Karen 42, 284. 367 Eastland, Allen 381 Eastman, Sharon 294 Eastwood, George 56, 309 Eaton, Barbara 346 Eaton, Libby 331 Ebbert, Glenna 367 Farrell, Kenneth 203. 223, 243. 346 Fasse, June 331 Fauss. Judith 245, 246 357 Faylor. Willene 367 Fearn, Connie 331 Feay, Terry 237, 353 Fehr. Lavauzhn 331 Fchrinir. Mary 367 Fox, Michael 145 Fox, Norma 191, 332 Frakf.-r, David 332 Fraley, William 214 Francis, Janila 367 Frankcnbery, Rebecca 210 Franz, Dale 346 Franz, Jane 247, 332 Franz, Lynette 332 Frazier, Joe 299 Frederick, Virginia 245 246, 288, 332 Frederickson, Faie 367 Frederickson, Gorman 358 Frederiksen, Edward 332 Eberle, Karen 367 Eberth. William 357 Eckell, Linda 257, 260. 367 Eckert. Kathleen 226, 243 367 Eddy, Dennis 210, 215 Edens, Linda 367 Edgington, Carol 357 Edie, Grover 331 Edie, Lois 357 Edmiss on, Vicki 331 Edmondson, James 145 Edmonston, Gail 357 Edmunds, Cheryl 217. 367 Edson. Karen 288 Edwards, Gary 309 Edwards, Jane 209, 284 Edwards, Nancy K. 346 Edwards, Nancy L. 367 Edwards, Vicki 367 Egan, John 367 Eichman, Janet 331 Eidman, Gwenda 266, 367 Eisenhauer, Cynthia 278. 357 Elder, James 309 Elder. Janette 188. 346 Elder, Julie 240, 291 Elliott, Joan 284, 331. 367 Elliott, Larry 203 Elliott, Louise 331 Emerson, William 260 Engbrecht, Karen 188, 189 England, Barbara 188. 189 Fein. Paul 223, 358 Felder, Barbara 358 Feldman. Louise 332 Fenerborn, Kathryn 243 Fennell, Joyce 358 Ferman, Lester 225, 315 Ferrell, Kevin 309 Ferris, Teresa 332 Fesmire, Mary 210, 346 Feuerbach, Allan 214 Feuerborn, James 346 Feuerborn, Kathryn 332 Fielder. Shirley 288 Fields, Kenneth 245, 246, 247, 248 Fields. Mary 291 Fife. Debcrrah 295 Figgins, Curtis 346 FilliDD. Charlotte 346 Finch, Deborah 358 Finch, Linda 234, 235, 292 Fink, Diane 292 Finlay. Rhnae 332 Finley, Steven 202 Finneran. Diana 243. 346 Finney, Sharon 367 Finuf, William 225 Firkins. Stephen 305 Firling, Craig 312 Fisher. Gregory 332 Fisher, Rebecca 332 Fitzsimmons, Lynn 228 Fitzwater, Donna 332 Fixsen, Pamela 346 Flack, Katherine 210 Flanagan, Kendalene 292. Freeland, Frederick 367 Fretz, Phillip 358 Frey, Rebecca 346 Frick, Anita 332 Frick, Myron 368 Fi-ink, sharon ass Friend, Susan 332 Frieze. Barbara 332 Frisco, Sandra 241. 358 Fritta. Clifford 346 Froese. Don 332 Frohardt, Donna 222 Frye, Jeane 368 Fuerst, Teresa 235 Fukuyoshi, Diane 226. 236, 358 Fulkerson. Gerald 312 Fulks, Lewanna 346 Fulks, Lynda 332 Funk, Jane 332 Futrell. Earshel 382 Gadherfy. 0581 368 Gafford, Kandance 283 Gale, Constance 332 Gale. Larry 3-68 Gale. Nancy 3 6 8 Gallal. Ahmed 216 Galle, Bruce 358 Galliart. Shirley 284 Gambino, Karen 291 Gammon. Diana 368 Garden, Helen 368 Gardner. Gregory 332 Garms, Willa 358 Garretson. Teddy 3 6 8 Davis, Dalene 69, 209. 367 Davis, Deanna 356 Davis, Delores 210, 244, 346 Davis. Fredric 331 Davis, Kenneth 356 Davis, Marlene 241, 356 Davis, Nancy 331 Davis, Teresa 294 Davis. Thomas 305 Davis, Willa 288 Dawson, Audrey 367 Day, Diana 356 Day, William 3 12 378 Dart. Roger 3 1 5 Dotts, Dianna 331 Dougan. Larry 367 Dougherty. Sharon 284 Dover, Mary 367 Dover, William 367 Downing, Linda 188. 189. 191. 331 Downs, Joan 244 331 Downs, Patricia 3416 Dowse, Linda 257, 260. 284 Doxon, Jo Ellen 240. 381 England. Billy 357 Engle, Arlene 357 Engle, Linda 284 Engle, Marsha 292 Engle, Steven 346 197, 331 Wanda Enright, Julia 331 Ensminger, Linda 188, 189. 357 Enyart, Sharon 294 Ellley. Susan 331 Epps. Muriel 241, 346 Engle. 367 Flanders, Kayleen 367 Fleming, Linda 358 Flett. Janet 332 Flory, James 260, 305. 358 Flory. Joyce 346 Flory. Michael 305, 33? Flory. Ralph 332 Flury. Ruth 346 Floti, Rose 358 Flottman, Melvin 358 Fluke, Bobby 346 Flummerfelt, Danny 309 Garrett, Ginny 284 Garrett, Sandra 188, 210. 284 Garrison, Linda 332 Gary, Glorida 332 Gasche, Cynthia 346 Gasche, Karen 224 Gast. Karen 368 Gean, Janice 368 Geer, Theodvre 299 Geffert, Kathleen 368 Geisler, Richard 302 Girod, Marilyn 368 Girvin, Judith 358 Gish, Stephen 229 Githery, Jo 285 Gjengdnhl, Karen 222 Glasgow, Jerry 368 Glennon, James 232 Gleue. Larry 358 Gleue, Sandra 258, 288 Glick, Virginia 332 Glynn, James 332 Gnau, Timothy 218 Goad, Raymond 315 Godfrey. Kenton 358 Goentzel, Charles 368 Guth, David 208, 223, 243, 346 Guth, Larry 312 Guthrie. Ann 358 Gutierrez, Ada 332 Gutierrez, Amalia 211, 257. 260, 368 Guy, Carmen 332 Guy, Larry 332 Habigefr, Diane 243, 346 Hada, Jacqueleen 236 Hatten, Jerry 368 Haugh, Kevin 312 Haughton, Hetty 358 Hauschild, Rita 346 Havel, Joleen 333 Hawk, Lawrence 368 Hawkins, Connie 333 Hawkins, Georgia 358 Hawkins, Jon 229, 358 Hawkins, Patricia 333 Hawthorne. Carol 222, 368 Hawthorne, Nada 346 Hayden, Carol 211 Hoefer. Michael 309 Hoeffner, Shari 333 Hoel, Li Hoelting Hoelting nda 347 , Joyce 333 , Viola 359 Hoffman, Ann 359 Hale, Goentzel, Quinton 317 Goekinx. Jodie 211, 346 Goeking, Nancy 358 Michelle 358 Goheen, Golden, Vicki 291 Goldman, Margaret 358 Goldman, Richard 358 Goldsmith, Edward 78 Goldsmith, William 145, 309 Gonterwitz, Michael 346 Gooch, Camellia 346 Good, Paulette 286 Haffener, Steven 245. 24'6, 358 Hafliger, Tommy 368 Hagan, Blenda 346 Hager, Lois 226 Hague. Dennis 358 Hague, Donald 358 Hahn, Jana 240, 291 Haile, Margaret 257, 260. 289 Hajek, Phyllis 243, 368 Hakenholz. Janet 258, 285 Beverly 188, 189, Hayes, Craig 346 Hayes, Deborah 226, 358 Hayes, Ginger 333 Hayes. Lavonta 346 Hayes, Mary 333 Hayes. William 368 Hayley. John 368 Haynes. Raymond 352 Hays, John 383 Hayward, Susan 287 Headley, Dean 297. 307 Hebb, Shirley 209 Good, Robert 358 Goodall, Janice 189, 332 Goodier, Kerry 309 Goodrich, Marcus 145 Goodwill. Bonnie 226, 234, 235, 368 Goodwin. Gary 299 Goodwi n, Joyce 368 Goodwin, Michael 302 Goodwi n, Penny 258, 346 Goodson. Neal 202, 247, 248 Gordon, Jean 224. 332 Gordon, Nancy 216, 260 Gordon, Patrick 358 Gorup, Nancy 259, 288 Gough, Cherry 232, 246 368 Gough, Joy 257 Gough, Mary 260, 292, 332 Gough, Verna 240, 346 Gowen, Cami 258 Grace, Karen 368 Graham, Bonnie 291, 358 346 Hale, Gary 368 Hale, Judith 332 Hale, Susan 332 Hall, Gerald 332 Hall, Kathleen 245, 246, 333 Hall, Linda 333 Hall, Nancy 278, 346 Hallenbeck, John 358 Hallsted, Cathy 245, 246, 363 Hallock. Joyce 368 Halsey, William 333 Ham. Wanda 333 Hamill, Linda 333 Hamilton, Denise 2816 Hamilton. Richard 312 Hamilton, Thelma 346 Hamman, Robert 3168 Hammond, Phillip 302 Hammons, Gay 307, 333 Hamsa, Charles 216 Hand, James 315 Handke, Diane 210, 333 Heck, Howard 299 Hedrick, Frances 333 Hedrick, Wayne 312 Heeney, Teresa 210, 289 Hensel, Jesse 232 Henson, Michael 145 Henthorne, Mary 211, 257, 260, 289 Heptig, Sandra 257, 260, 283, 347 Herbert, Don 302 Hergenreder, Dean 209 Hergenreder, Phillip 310 Herman. Peggy 287. 333 Herman, Suzanne 347 Hermes, Penelope 291 Herr, Janet 369 Herrera, Raul 21w6, 375 Herrick, Nancy 261, 262, 295 Herrick, Sue 258, 295 Herrin, Robert 230. 233 302 Herring, Abbie 333 Herrinxr, Sonja 369 Hughes, Sally 369 Graham, Gayle 368 Grant. Gloria 188, 358 Grant, Stephen 202 Graves, Steven 247, 248 332 Gray, Nina 368 Gray, Stephanie 332 Greathouse, JoE1Ien 289 Green. Barbara 346 Green, Jessie 241 Green, Nancy 243, 332 Greene, Deborah 332 Greenlee, John 238, 368 Greenlee, Wilma 368 Greenwood. Joseph 368 Greenwood, Leonard 216 Greer, Barbara 358 Gregwire, Barbara 332 Gresham, Stephen 276, 368 Gress, John 223, 243, 332. Gress William 203, 223, 243. 346 Greve, Joe 202, 237 Grier, Linda 257, 260 Grieshaber, Nancy 358 Griffin, Merry 358 Steven 358 Griffin. Griffin. Wayne 315 Griggs, James 358 Grimm, Shirley 346 Groff, Michael 247, 248, 347 Grogan, Janice 291 Groneman, Nancy 368 Gronquist, David 307 Grote, Roxy 358 Grothjan, Kathryn 225 Grounds, James 332 Grubb, Rhonda 358 Grubbs. Kenton 368 Guerrant, Robert 264, 276, 299 Gumm, Dennis 203 Cumming, Lynn 332 Gunn, Terry 346 Gurevitz, Arnold 315 G-ushiken, Thomas 236 Handley, Barbara 358 Hanes, Alice 346 Hanes. Rita 333 Haney, Jimmy 368 Hanke, Janis 333 Hanks, Alan 333 Hanlon, Joanne 286 Hanlon, William 286 Hanlon, Wilma 261. 287 Hanna, Clwrinda 247, 333 Herring, William 333 Herrington, Kathryn 347 Herron, Diane 347 Heskamp, Kathy 289 Hess, Linda 333 Hesselgrave, Joan 333 Hessman, Ronald 369 Hester, Barbara 369 Hester, James 369 Hettler, Cathy 347 Hoffman, Kay 347 Hoffman, Lois 333 Hogan, David 247. 248 Hogan, Robert 228 Hogue, Joyce 211, 226, 369 Hogue, Marlow 247, 248, 333 Hohenshell, Mark 307 Hohl. Arlene 348 Hohl. Carolyn 369 Holdeman, Margaret 188, 348 Holliday, Dallas 309 Hollinger, Robert 218, 219. 220, 299 Hollingshead, Mary 333 Hollingsworth, Marsha 240, 333 Hollis, Brenda 333 Holmes, Donna 287 Holmes, Lola 289 Holmes, Mary 334 Holmgaard, Kent 145 Holmquist, Barbara 257, 260 Holper, Randall 334 Holtman, Stephen 312 Holzel, Richard 202 Honeycutt, Elizabeth 188, 241, 359 Honsky, Theresa 334 Hooper, Jimmie 216 Hook, Diana 188. 189, 224, 334 Hopkins, Daniel 307 Hopkins, Edward 145, 150, 169 Hopper, Charles 210, 309, 334 Hopper, William 315 Horn, Leroy 359 Horsley, Mary 216 Horst, Carolyn 226, 359 Horvath, Linda 226, 261, 869 Hosford, Nina 291 Hoskins, Christine 348 Hoskinson, Marta 224, 257, 260, 334 Houck, Janet 334 House. Gregory 247, 248, 299 Houser, Jay 229 Howard, Bonnie 210 Howard, Charles 348 Hannah, Mary 216, 375 Hannan, Cathryn 286 Hanney. Dan 228 Hansen, John 368 Hanson, Carl 302 Hanson, Dale 315 Hettic, Cheri 347 Hewes, James 369 Hewett, Ronald 300, 369 Hickman, Daniel 333 Hicks, Lawrence 369 Hicks, Ruthie 333 Howard, Dallas 348 Howard, Dennis 237, 352 Howard, Linda 334 Howard. Michael 145 Howarte r, Jerry 229, 369 Howarter. Pamela 3 6 9 Hanson. Hanson. 247, Debra 292 Stephen 210, 215. 248, 315, 368 Harbert, Thomas 3 0 9 Harden. Marilyn 188, 358 Harding, Gary 145. 241 Harding, Linda 333 Hargadine, Jo 333 Harley, James 333 Harlin, Jo Ann 247, 291, 368 Harlow, Carolyn 211. 358 Harmon, Claudia 258, 368 Harris, Donald 368 Harris, Holly 287 Harris, Mary E. 241, 346 Harris, Mary Ellen 346 Harris, Norval 228 Harris, Sharon 24 1 Hiebert, Karen 224, 358 Higa, Wilfred 236 Higbee, Terry 289 Higsinertham. Dave 223 Higginbotham, Dave 315 Higgins, Barbara 240. 291, 333 Higgins, Kathryn 291 Higley, Linda 258, 347 Hilger, Joan 347 Hill, Alan 369 Hill Bonnie 224, 359 Hill Cherry 333 Hill James 333 Hill. Janis 333 Hill Lester 359 Hill Terry 375 Hilliard. Norma 287 Hime, Douglas 297, 299 Howbefrt, Judith 359 Howell, Bruce 369 Howell, Jerrilyn 210, 348 Howes, Joyce 257, 260, 334 Hoyt, Mary 369 Hubbard, Linda 375 Hubbel. Mary 243. 369 Huhbel, Nancy 348 Huddleston, Jerry 334 Hudson. Leigh 310 Huff, Johnnie 359 Huffman, Ann 359 Hufstedler, Paul 369 Hughes, Brian 299, 354, 359 Hughes, Daniel 247. 248. 369 Harrison, John 315 Hartley, Lynne 368 Hartman, Charles 312 Hartman, Jane 368 Hartsook, Robert 225, 309 Harvey, Mary 216 Harville, Steven 333 Haslig, Dennis 243 Hastings, Marlys 259, 287, 358 Hastings, Robert 307 Hatch. Beth 368 Hatfield, Geofrgene 368 Hatfield, Mary 232 Hindman, John 232, 359 Hindman Leslie 333 Hukills, Hull, Iri Adrian 369 s 359 Hines, Gary 245, 246 Hines, Ronald Hiss, Rebecca 347 291 Hitt, Roger 307 Hixon. Elizabet h 333 Ho. Lavina 236, 369 Hoard, Carol 211, 369 Hoard, David 217 869 Hobbs, Sandra 333 Hoch, William 359 Hodges, Jennie 888 Hodges, Troy 369 Hull, Sue 348 Hulsebusch, Diana 359 Humphries, Nancy 334 Hundley, John 348 Hungerford, Stephen 264. 266, 267, 299 Huninghake. Helen 243 Hunt, Norman 334 Hunt, Paula 369 Hunter, Gary 299 Hurley, Susan 369 Hurrelbrink, Judith 212. 369 Husband, John 359 Huslig, Dennis 369 Huslig, Laura 295 Huston, Randall 384 Huston, Steven 369 Hutchcroft, Susan 292 Hutchins Hutsler. on, Ann 369 Sally 226, 289 I-Iuttig, Pamela 3 5 9 Hyman, 220, 2 Richard 218. 219. 99 Hynek, Melvin 222, 369 Ihara, Sharlyne 334 Ihde, Rita 348 Iiams, Judy 348 Iliff, James 247, 243. 310 Isaacs, Mary 209 Ishida, Charlene 3469 Ison, Glenn 315 Ito, Wendell 236 Iverson, Stephen 359 lzard, Louis 232, 369 Izenniger, George 145 Jackson. Janice 343 Jackson, Judy 259, 288, 289 Jackson, Robert 247 Jacobs, Robert 384 Jacobson, Jerry 359 Jacques, Jo Ann 359 Jakenholtz, Jan 209 James, Forest 359 James, Frances 226 James, Linda 217. 241 Janesko, Robert 1 4 5 Janke, Carol 334 Janke, Wendell 369 Janzen, Lonnie 348 Jnsnoski, Mary 334 Jeannin, James 348 Jefferis, Jerry 359 Jefferson, Carolyn 241 Jenista, David 369 Jenista, Dorothy 288, 289 Jenkins, Carolyn 216 Jenkins, Donald 369 Jenkins, Richard 68, 69 Jennings, Phyllis 334 Jensen, Jeffrey 302 Jensen, Kristin 291 Jeppesen, Jeri 359 Jewell, Denice 334 Jochems, Theodore 334 Johnson, Barbara A. 348 Johnson, Barbara R. 359 Johnson, Claudia 334 Johnson, Darrell 247, 248 Johnson, Delton 228 Johnson, Diana 334 Johnson, Dona 224,359 Johnson. Elaine 334 Johnson, John 359 Johnson, Jon 247. 248, 307 Johnson. Ladonna 243, 334 Johnson, Linda J. 240, 289, 334 Johnson, Linda T. 240, 291, 334 Johnson, Marc 209, 261 264, 301, 303 Johnson, Pamela 334 Johnson, Patricia 348 Johnson, Robert 145 Johnson, Shirley 334 Johnson, Steven 264 Johnson, Susan 334 Johnson, Vernard 210, 241, 359 Johnson, Virginia 369 Johnston, James 312 Jones, Anita 226, 369 Jones, Bevefrly 334 Jones, Catherine 359 Jones, Colleen 287, 359 Jones, Deborah 240, 334 Jones, Eileen 210 Jones, John 203, 229, 359 Jones, Judith 369 J0neS. Kathy 243, 348 379 Jones Kristine 257. 260. 859 Jones, Linda 359 Jones, Marleah 369 Jones, Phyllis 359 v Jones, Sandra 834 Jones, Sara 369 Jones, Terrance 232, 369 Jones. Thomas 384 Jones, Wendy 359 Joyce, Angela 348 Justiz. Manuel 225, 230, 233 Kabureck, Elizabeth 287 Kabriel, Charlene B84 Kadack. Mark 210 Kahle, Harvey 359 Kahle, Lmrry 216 Kain, Julianna 295 Karns, Dale 848 Kashi, Joseph 369 Kaske, Kathleen 289 Kaske, Penelope 369 Kaspar, Kathleen 334 Kasper, Alan 369 Kasten, Carol 334 Katzer. Dennis 359 Kaufman, Warren S48 Kav-ammgh, Kathleen B69 Kawamura, Guy 286 Kawczynski, Linda 278, 3169 Kayitah, Theresa 369 Kenting, Patrick 334 Keelin, Kegin. William 312 William 307 Kehoe. George 305 Keimill, Jerry 217 Keldt. Kathy 243 Kelly. Gary 334 Kelly. James 369 Kelly, Karen 334 McDonald Kemp. Karen 359 Kempker. Sandra 240, 285 Kendall, Pamela 334 Kendall, Rachel 243, 359 Kenner, Jacqueline 247, 334 276 Kefrbs, Dennis 334 Kern. James 348 Kern, Linda 359 Kerns, Shefrryll 369 Kerr, Alice 240, 291, 334 Kerschen. James 370 Kesler, Kathleen 334 Kessler, Charles 215, 247, 248, 299 Kestner. James 227, 370 KeY, Leslie 229 Kibler, Margie 334 Kidwell, Roger 307 Kiefer, Judy 370 Kiene, Carol 222, 370 Killebrew, John 299, 370 Kimble, Connie 189, 193 Kinder, Phyllis 277, 370 King. Barbara 359 King. Cynthia 370 King. Emma 334 King Kin! Larry 303 Robert 210, 359 King, Stephen 232, 370 Kinsley. Janelle 224. 285. 370 Kinzer, Sharon 287 KirllY, Jeanette 348 Kirby, Kirk, PEEEY 370 Marilyn 224, 370 Kitson, Barbara 370 Kitsnn, David 370 Klassen, Dallas 334 Klassen, Sharron 348 Kleiber, Cynthia 334 Klein, Diana 359 Klein, Judy 352 Klenda, Mark 214, 310 Kline, Janine 295, 334 Klocke. Edna 359 Klotz, Thomas 335 Klotz. Verla 291 Knackstedt, Cameron 210 Knackstedt, Verna 359 Knapp, Bruce 307 Knight, Janice 370 Knoebbe-r, Rebecca 335 Koch, Kathryn 257, 260, 359 380 Koch, Marcia 359 Koch, Vicki 335 Koehler, Janice 335 Knehlefr, Pat 228 Koehn, Peggy 291 Koester, Duane 243 Kogler, Doris 335 Kohen, Lee 209 Kohler, Charles 315 Kohler, Karen 258, 348 Kohn, Macrk 310 Koken, Diane 188, 189 Kolar, Kathy 348 Komatz, Leslie 815 Koop, Linda 859 KODD, David 335 Kopsa, Gregory 247, 248, 310 Kurphaze, George 370 Kotas. Janet 335 Kracht, Deborah 295, 335 Kramer. Bonnie 348 Kraus, Mary 370 Krause, Leota 244 Krebbs, Vicki 287, 335 Krehbiel, Kathrine 246 Kreider, Rosemary 835 Kretsinger Brock 209, 210, 359 Kretsinger, John 348 Kristufek, Kay 285 Kroeker, Sally 348 Krotzinger, Jon 209 Krug, Robert 299 Kudaka, Hideko 348 Kuehnhoff, Floyd 211 Kueser, Mary 348 Kufahl, Dale 355 Kuhn, James 370 Kuhn, Mark 329 Kuhn, William 310 Kuhnert, Marilyn 285 335 Kush, Rae 335 Kussmann. Mary 244 Kutilek, Jan 287 Kutina, Thomas 210 Kuykendall, Gayla 188, 359 Kuzydym. Richard 299 Kyle, Karen 359 Lacalamito, Richard 312 Lacey, Charlene 285 Lacombe, Carol 348 Ladd, Conice 370 Laffefrty. Robert 370 Laging. Edward 305 Laing, John 210, 215, 223 Laipple, Patty 218, 222, 226, 370 Lake, Connie 336 Lambert, Renee 336 Lambert, Rosalea 370 Lamborn, Mary 283, 348 Lamhorrn. Patricia 336 Lamer, Mariorie 359 Lammy, Diane 285 Lamons. Vicki 336 Lamoureux. Ronna 336 Land, Richard 312 Landers, Jeanne 370 Landis, Alan 370 Landis, Judith 211, 234, 235 Lane Marianne 336 Lane, Mary 348 Lane, Susan 244, 348 Lang, Georgeann 370 Lang, Leo 241 Lang. Leon 241 Langdon, Kathleen 348 Langley, Michael 312 Langley, Shirley 348 Langston, Karen 287 Langvardt, Janice 225 262, 370 Laningham, Janet 348 Lansrud, Linda 348 Lantz, Anita 348 Lapsley, John 336 Lapsley, William 336 Larkin, Ralph 310 Larrison, Stanley 395 Larsen, Mary Ann 211 Larsen, Phyllis 336 Lash, Donna 348 Lassettefr, Stephanie 348 Lassman, Lynda 225, 370 Lasswell, Glenda 336 Laster, Norma 348 Lathan, James 202 Iatimer. Kenneth 237 Laue. Donald 209. S70 Laughridge, William 310 Lauritzen. Arthur 370 Lauritzen, Lorna 359 Law. Linda 276, 295 Lawless, Robert 370 Lawlor, Peter 227, 370 Lawrence, Gary 214 Lawrence, Marian 287 Lawrenz, Leland 229 Lawrenz, Lois 244 Leahy, Robert 145, 150, 148 Leatherman, James 848 Leatherwood, Carl 299 Ledell, Judy 359 Lee, Brenda 336 Lee, Dana 359 Lee, Edward 232 Lee, Naomi 370 Legalley, Bill 203 Lehmkuhl, Patricia 348 Leimer, Marten 370 Lenherr, Kathryn 386 Leonard, Jane 370 Leone, Chester 145 Leslie, Laura 359 Leupold, Diane 225 Lewick, Linda 336 Lewis, Clarence 370 Lewis, Doug 303 Lewis, Janet 370 Lewis. Keith 307 Lewis, Linda M. 210 Lewis Linda Marie 336 Lewis, Mary 360 Lewis, Wendell 237 Lewis Wesley 370 Lewis, Wynn 336 Lichti, Norman 370 Lickteig. Joan 348 370 Longhofer. Shlryn 360 Lopez, Jane 210 Lorson, Rita 836 Losch, James 303 Lott. Melvin 370 Loucks, Stanley 370 Love, Thomas 360 Lowe, Sandra 240, 386 Lowrey, Richard 336 Lowry, Gary 315 Lowry, Janet 211, 226, 245, 245, 370 Loy. Carla 370 Lozier, Sheila 292, 348 Lubberts, Jeffry 303 Lucas, Frances 247 Lucas, Pamela 329, 375 Luckey, Rochelle 360 Luebbers. Michael 336 Lum, Rachel 236, 3316 Lumley, Arvina 225, 360 Lumley, Richard 225, 370 Lundy, Judith 360 Lunsford, Pamela 336 Luthi, Roger 299 Lutz, Bruce 303 Lyles, Linda 291 Lyman, Duane 370 Lyman, Phillip 360 Lynch, Janet 370 Lynd, Patricia 370 Mabry, Ada 3316 Mack, Elzada 371 Mackenzie, Elizabell 371 Mackiewicz, James 243 Mackillop, Laura 371 MacLaren, Sidney 225 Magie, Esther 871 Magnuson, Jacqueline 336 Mahan, Philip 145 Malcom, Kathryn 836 Mattox. Charles 336 Mauck, Marvin 349 Miawhifrter. Marsha 336 McAdam, Michelle 336 McAdam, Nancy 336 McAdoo, Kristie 291 McAmis, Karan 349 McAtee, Cuyler. 315 McAtee, Hazel 361 McAtee. Jamie 361 224, 371 McCain, Mary McCallum. Dennis 229, 371 McCamman, Sharon 361 McCann, Benjamin 299 Mccarthy, Mary 361 McCarty, Annette 289 McCaskill, Lucinda 211 McChesney, Sally 349 McClain, Frederick 145, 148, 150 McClintock, Virginia 861 McClure, Kathy 349 McCluskey, Dennis 229, 371 McColpin, Ronald 223. 297, 317, 371 Mcllonnaughhay, Sandra 371 McConnell, James 241, 361 McConnell, Sheila 336 McCormick, Dana 210. 215, 247. 248. 310 McCormick, Larry 243, 361 McCosh, Nancy 336 McCoy. Martha 291 McCoy, Richard 228 McCrary, Jana 861 McDaniel, Donald 210, 245, 246, 247, 243, 349 McDaniel, Paul 241 McDe'rmet James 225. 230, 233, 244 Lickteill, Timothy 243 Lieurance, Lenora 370 Liggett, Cynthia 370 Light, Martin 315 Lightfoot, Janis 336 Likens, Kathryn 848 Mall, Susan 258, 289 Malone, Marianne 211. 371 Mandevill Joyce 371 Mangels, Sharon 257, 260 Manley, Laura 240, 289 McDonald, Barbara 224. 371 McDonald. David 371 McDonald. Glenda 37 1 McDonald, Larry 36 1 Susan 361 Liles. James 312, 370 Lillig, Susan 258. 295 Lilly. Dale 370 Lilly, Frank 145 Lindblom, Carol 336 Lindbloom, Larry 370 Lindeen, Linda 212, 226, 870 Lindelow, Larry 307 Lindemann. Martin 225, Manley, Linda 291 Manley, Lou 240, 257, 260, 336 Mann, James 371 Mann, Richard 371 Manning. Michael 299 Mannion. Francis 145 Mantooth, Gerald 336 Mar, Jeannie 348 Marcotte, John 229 Mark. Donald 371 McEwen, Susan 349 McFann, Donna 226, 361 McFarland, PGZEY 371 MeGaughey, Kathryn 291 McGillivray, Jackie 361 McGinnis, Linda 197. 336 McGinnis. Shirley 361 McGregor, Larry 202, 386 McGraw, Cherri 285 McGuffin, Richard 247, Lindemann, 233, 244, 247 Lindemann, Sharon 230. 233, 244 Lindenmeyer, Pamela 225, 230, 233, 292 Lindsey. Barbara 360 Linhart, Pamela 224, 370 Link, Ronald 370 Linn, Diana 336 Linville, Jon 348 Lll7P. Jeffrey 348 Little, Bethal 208, 348 Litwin, Deborah 285 Livengood, Charles 360 Livenflood, Connie 360 Livengood, Nancy 348 Lloyd, Marietta 225, 230. 232 Lloyd. Peggy 370 Lloyd, Ronald 312 Loch. Jane 370 Lochmiller, Elaine 210. 234. 235, 370 Lockhart, Rosalyn 336 Michael 230, Loewen, Ronald 261, 277. 297, 312 Logbeck, Richard 210 Lohmeyer, Joyce 360 Lohmeyer, Thomas 370 Lolar, Carrie 241, 360 Lonard, Jerry 348 Lonersran, Jerome 336 Long, Jefry 223 Long. Robert 360 Long. Virkinia 348 Longberz, Geneva 348 Longhofer, Janet 360 Lonirhofer, Ron 227, 317. Markham . Judith 349 Markham, Peter 2 32 Markley. Lois 2 17 Marks. Steven 303 Marquart. Georgia 210. 361 Marriott, Charles 375 Marshall, Harold 361 Marshall, Janycei 241 Marshall, William 336 Martens, Wanda 336 Martin Brenda 241 Martin, Donald 232 Martin Gale 297, 310 Martin Jerry 225 Martin Marcia 336 Martin Margaret 217 Martin, Mark 336 Martin, Morris 299 Martin. Peter 210, 361 Martin Ray 223 Martin Virginia 361 Martindale. Laura 371 Mzisheter. Sandra 336 248 McGuire, John 336 McGuire, M. 336 McGuire, Marilyn 361 McGuire, Mary 289 Mcllvain, Steven 214, 310 Mclntire, Douglas 317 Mclntosh. Gene 371 Mclntosh, Tommy 336 Mclntyre, Cheryl 336 McKee. Ann 336 Mcxee. Michael 232, 371 McKee, Sue 336 McKindra. Dolores 241 McLenon, Jane 371 McLeod, Mariorie 293 McMahon, Patricia 295 McMurray, James 336 McNees. Sally 209, 210. 246, 361 McQuillan, Sue 258 289 MCR.:-le, Thomas 305 Mclieynolds, Steven 305 Molloy, Elwyn 145, 214 Mason, Devon 336 Massa, Janice 3316 Massemzill, Ruth 361 Masters. Marty 310 Mather. Merriaul 371 Mathes. Cary 247, 2424. 310 Matlock. Angela 293 Matrow, Leslie 240, 258. 289 Matrow, Linda 240 Matschull. Donald 336 Matschull, Lawrence 371 Matthews. Allan 349 Mattson. Janice 371 McSpadden, Gloria 361 Mead, Marsha 349 Meadur, Donna 361 Meadows. Othello 238 Meats. Arlin 349 Medlin, Jo Anne 336 Medlock, Medlock. Mona 36 1 William 361 Meek. John 371 Meek, Lynean ass Meeker, James 217 Meers, M ary Beth 342 Mees, Barbara 257. 260 Meizee, Michael 315 Meidinger, Karen 371 Meinecke, Karen 386 Meirowsky, Rita 349 Melson, Joan 387 Melton. Diana 261, 285 Melton, James 371 Melton, Jofan 337 Mendicki, Cul 371 Mendoza, Mary 337 Mercer, James 375 Mercer, Mary 371 Merriman, James 299 Messick, Dennis 310 Messick, Doneida 861 Messing, Kenneth 312 257, 260, Meyer, Bruce 203, 232, 371 Meyer Jean 278 Meyer, Mary Jane 336 Meyer, William 371 Meyers, Mark 247, 375 Meyers, Nancy 375 Michael, Marty 299 Mickey, Lois 337 Mickey, Mare 210, 349 Miemann, Darrell 361 Miles, Kathleen 337 Miles, Michael 238, 371 Miller, Alice 287 Miller, Blends 337 Miller, Byron 247, 248 Miller, Charles 299 Miller, Cheryl 337 Miller, Darlene 224, 361 Miller. Donna 371 Miller, Erma 337 Miller, Fredric 337 Miller, Galen 349 Miller, Gay 258, 289, 349 Miller, Glenna 349 Miller, Jacob 211 Miller, Jeanne 337 Miller, Kay 361 Miller, Keith 315 Miller, Larry 337 Miller, Marilyn 245, 246, 349 Miller, Mary 289 Miller, Michael 312 Miller, Patricia 241, 349 Miller, Raymond 303 Miller, Richard 229, 361 Miller, Ruth 243, 361 Miller, Miller, Sharon 371 Stanley 337 Miller, Vicki 349 Mills, Lawrence 303 Minakami, Akemi 337 Minneman, Jerry 337 Minor, Sharon 337 Minson, Gary 247, 248, 299 Minton, Paula 349 Mintz, Noel 228 Miorioka, Glenn 236 Misak, Ernest 337 Misak, Mary 224 Misak, Nancy 287 Missimer, Frank 310 Mitchell, Brenda 285 Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell , Clarence 337 , Douglas 337 , Duane 238, 244 Mitchell, Linda 371 Mitchell, Mitchell, Standiferd 371 Wilbur 228 Morgan, Roy 223, 305 Morgan, Sandra 361 Moriarty, Katherine 291 Morray, Norman 349 Morris, Larry 247, 248, 310 Morris, Russell 371 Morris, Vicki 361 Morrison, Gary 361 Morrissey, Elizabeth 371 Morton, Deanna 285 Moss, Virginia 257, 260. 289 Mossman, Larry 310, 337 Mouse, Marcy 287 Mueller, Marjorie 361 Mueseler, Ruth 188 Mulcahey, Rodney 227, 349 Mullane, Margaret 261, 262, 285 Muller. Jean 337 Mullin, Diana, 211, 244, 349 Mulvenon, Thomas 297. 307 Munn, Miden 295 Munz, Edward 229 Murphree, Brent 307 Murphy, Barbara 289 Murphy, Dean 312 Murphy, Diane 233, 293. 349 Murphy, Murphy, Janice K. 361 James 371 Murphy, Janice L. 42, 295 Murphy, Marilyn 225, 261, 2162, 371 Murphy, Rita 338 Murphy. Susan 338 Murray, Myron 371 Murray, Patricia 261, 287 Musch, Nancy 338 Mushock, John 247, 248 Musick ,Marcia 293 Mydland. Karen 371 Myer, Deborah 286 Myer, Jerry 361 Myers, Douglas 203 Myers, Lottie 3 1 7 Myers, Mary 338 Myers, Michael 338 Mynatt, Molly 287 Nagahiro. Susan 236 Nagel, Brian 247, 248. 310 Nail, Cherylene 338 Nakamura, Lettie 236, 258, 349 Nammerschmidt, Donald 310 Nanney, Arthur 215 Nanney, Mary 211 Nnnnihgil. Karl 232, 371 Nantz, Gary 312 Nardo. Helio 216 Naumann, Richard 2217. 371 Neal, Cheryl 349 Nease. Roberta 349 Neff, Leslie 228 Nehl, James 312 Mittenmeyer, Conrad 229 Mixon, Vicki 361 Mize, Daniel 215 Moddrell, Ray 349 Modeland, Gloria 295 Moe, Linda 361 Mohney, Susan 349 Monson, Richard 361 Montee, Michael 303 Montgomery, Joyce 285 Moore, Anne 349 Moore. Carol 361 Moore, Janice 295 Moore, John 305 Moore, Larry G, 232 Moore. Larry R. 337 Moore, Marlene 247 Moore. Pat 310 Moore. Tina 285 Moran, Corinne 371 Moran, Terrell 349 Morford, James 361 Morgan, Cynthia 361 Morgan, Gayla 240, 349 Neill, Thomas 312 Neis, Carol 338 Nelson, Barbara 371 Nelson, Carol 338 Nelson, Donna 188 Nelson, Judith 211 Nelson. Patricia 371 Nelson, Robert E. 303 Nelson, Robert M, 371 Nelson, Sally 371 Nelson, Stewart 361 Nestor, Mary 371 Netson, Pamela 285 Nevitt, Mary 216 Newbanks, Patricia 293 Newfeld, Gaylen 210 Newkirk, Sharon 349 Newman. Barbara 247. 287 Newton, William 361 Nichols, Lynn 234, 235 Nichols. Patrick 202 Nick, Cecilia 243, 338 Nick, Teresa 361 Nicklin, Gary 217 Nicks, William 315 Nickum, Richard 375 Nielsen, Susan 259. 266, 289 Nikfarjam, Daniel 871 Nitcher. Robert 338 Nitzsche, Judy 338 Nixon, David 247, 248 Noel, Gill 805 Nolan, Mary 338 Norgaard, Mark 338 Norris, Donald 299 Norris, Martin 307 Norton, Jeanne 338 Norwood, Vicki 349 Notah, Jeanette 338 Novak, Michael 203 Nulty, Michael 338 Nunn. Michalele 338 Nunns, William 308 Nunokawa, Janice 236, 338 Nutt, Gary 229 Oaks, Sue 244 Oathout, Janette 286 Oba. Janice 371 Oberle, Norman 371 Oberle, Suzanne 372 Obermeyer, Dean 338 Obrien, Marry 247, 338 Obuchi. Patrick 236 O'Connor, Robert 315 Odell, James 372 Ogier, Milford 361 Ozilvie, Peggy 289 Ohlemeier, Terry 299 Okun, Robert 372 Oldehoeft, Roger 217, 372 Oleen, Diane 338 Olivier, Lois 338 Oman, Brent 312 O'Neil, Margaret 211 0'Neill, Janice 338 0'NeiIl, Judy 338 Orcutt, Steven 225, 230, 233 Ordono, Andres 2116 Orndorff. Patricia 338 Orr,xLouis 307 Orrison, Stephen 218, 220, 299, 372 Orth, Barbara 285, 338 Orth, Pamala 226. 361 Osborn, Carolyn 349 Osbofn, Philip 303 Osborn, Winthrop 315 Osmundson, Ann 210. 372 Otte, Eileen 240, 291 Otto, Michael 310 Overfield, Linda. 349 Overman, William 372 Overton, Bob 338 Owen, Samuel 247, 248 Owens, Carl 349 Owens, Melvin 338 Owens. Terry 203, 282, 364, 372 Oyster, Shirley 247, 361 Painter, Brenda 361 Painter, Janet 338 Palecek, Patricia 295 Palmer, William 361 Palmino, Stephen 372 Pammenter, Steve 361 Pankratz, Ralph 372 Papperdine. Joyce 285 Parker, Charis 211, 247, 289 Parker, Connie 295 Parker, Craig 27 Parker, Melissa 349 Parker, Sharon 217 Parks, Avalyn 295 Parks. Sharyl 349 Parr, Forrest 210, 317 Partch, Ted 145 Passmore, Ted 338 Patrick, Sharon 293, 361 Patry, Charles 372 Patteson, Floyd 372 Patterson. Darrell 338 Patterson , Jennifer 338 Patterson, Joyce 2149 Patterson, Lois 217 Patterson. Tad 303 Pattison. Craig 315 Pattison, Louise 217 Patton. Jerrie 338 Patton, Larry 209, 349 Patton, Michael 310 Patton, N. 372 Patton, Patrick 807 Paul, Timothy 202 Paxson, Jerry 338 Payne, Rose 241. 361 Payton. Marshall 349 Pearce, Nancy 372 Pease, Lawrence '310 Pease, L aura 211 Peckham, Mary 361 Pederse n, Steven 247, 248, 307 Pemberton, Nancy 349 Penna, Helen 285 Pennington, Cheryl 233, 261, 262, 287 Pennington, Jonda 287 Perez. Donna 224 Perkins, Carol 361 Perks, Jeanne 372 Perrin, Douglas 299 Perrin. Lana 338 Peters, Dennis 361 Peters, Elaine 338 Peters, Michael 237 Peterson, Barbara 211 Powers, Danny 362 Powers, Sherry 2 16 Powers, William 145, 315 Pracht. Dennis 362 Prather. John 218, 300 Prather. Juel 276 Pratt, Dennis 223, 388 Pratt, John 238, 339 Pravecek, Marcine 243, 372 Predmo re, Constance S62 Preston, Lewis 372 Preston, Wanda 224 Prewett, Ann 372 Price. Helen 240, 291 Price, Jane 372 Prieb, Judy 188 Priest, Eric 228, 261, 316 Proctor, Linda 372 Proffitt, Judy 349 Protheroe, Ellen 339 Provost, Edwin 229, 372 Prudhomme, Allen 372 Pruett. Donnie 300 Pruitt. Jerry 300 Pruitt. Sandra 372 Pugh. Deanna 339 Pugh. Thomas 145 Pulec, Mickey 364 Pulliam, Janet 295 Pummill, Linda 349 Purcell, Janice 285, 372 Purinton, Sidney 312 Pykiet, Shirley 339 Peterson, Brenda 188, 189, 289, 338 Peterson, Charles 228 372 Peterson, Diane 338 Gregory 203 Peterson, Peterson, Robert 78, 209 Michael 3 0 7 Petitjean, Petruzzelli, Vicki 257, 260 Petsick, Jeanne 289 Petterson, Nancy 362 Pettet, Sharon 338 Petty, Patricia 372 Petty, Steven 312 Petz, Kay 338 Pfannenstiel, Marilyn 338 Pflughoft, Kathy 338 Querner, Jon 372 Quick, Jacqueline 349. 364 Quinlan, Casey 339 Quirarte, Leonel 350 Quiring, Thomas 362 Quisenberry, Janice 349 Rader, David 232. 349 Radford, Mary 235, 375 Radington, Teresa 285 Rainey. Clarence 349 Pfrang, Judy 338 Phelan, Richard 349 Phelon, Jane 245, 2416, 338 Phillips, Charles 300 Phillips , Christine 291 Phillips, Connie 234, 235 Phillips, James 210, 215, 372 Phillips, Karole 338 Phillips, Mark 243, 372 Phillips, Melvin 372 Phillips, Paul 338 Phipps, Sheila 338 Picolet, Patti 338 Pierce, Jerry 338 Pierce, Kenneth 349 Pierson, George 338 Pierson, Teresa 340 Pifer, Lee 372 Pike, Janet 372 Pike. Jean 362 Pike. Robert 310 Pinkerton, Joyce 287 Pinon, Lloyd 247, 248, 349 Pitts, Peggy 262 Plankinton, Joseph 210 Plattner, Sandi-.a 349 Plum, Euta 338 Poapzue, Vickie 372 Pocock, Charles 372 Podrazik, Mary 244 Poe, John 372 Poe, Marian 372 Poland, Susan 289 Polk, Lynda 291 Pooler, Susan 338 Pope, Sharon 34 9 Porter, Lisa 338 Poss, Linda 217 Poston, Jack 303 Potts, Th eodore 24 1 Povenmire, Frances 349 Povenmire, Ruth 372 Powell, Bruce 300, 364 Powell, Darrel 372 Powell, Pamela 338 Ramey, Ramey, Margaret 339 Phyllis 362 Rampenthal, Wilma 362 Ramsey, Bruce 244, 247, 248 Ramsey, Nita 244, 339 Randall, Mark 245, 246 Randel, Gayle 339 Randel, Margaret 350 Ranefr, Edward 372 Raner, Lynda 362 Rank, Ellen 339 Rankin, George 372 Rankin, Rankin. Mary 285 Muriel 372 Ransom, Nancy 372 Rasheed, Zamel 375 Rastatter, Charles 237 R-athert, Edward 247, 248, 31-6 Ratkey, Kathy 287, 339 Ray, Jennifer 339 Ray, Paulette 372 Razook, Cathy 258, 259 Reaser, Charlene 339 Reber, Marilyn 350 Rech, Gregory 305 Rector, David 246, 247, 248, 362 Rector, Paul 245, 246, 247, 248, 350 Redden, Mary 247 Redeker, Janice 224 Redeker, Ken 310 Redeker. Patricia 339 Redenbaugh, Linda 362 Reder, Larry 317 Redford, Harold 218, 245, 246, 247, 248 Rediker, Sharon 188 362 Reed, Candela 350 Reed, David 300, 297 Reed, Judith 339 Reed, Philip 362 Reel. Kendall 210 Rees, Nona 237 Reese. Reeves, Sonja 339 Carol 285 381 Reeves, John 210 Rezier, Arlen 228 Regier, Dianna 362 Reif, ROY 243, 372 Stawowy, Joseph 300 Rein, Paul 210 Reinecker, Nancy 350 Reinecker, Patricia 283, 362 Reisbig, Cheryl 350 Reitter, Bill 310 Remsbcrg. Natilie 234. 235 Renicker, Julie 362 Rowley, Betty 224, 339 Rowson, William 237 Roy, Gary 300 Royse, Mary 188 Raza, Sharon 240, 248, 291, 339 Rues, John 223 Ruff, Margaret 350 Ruhnke, Candace 350 Ruppert, Elizabeth 339 Rush. Paul 373 Rushing, Marie 375 Scott, Beverly 373 Scott. David 340 Scott. Deborah 285 Scott., Martha 240, 244. Skubal, Jacqueline 224 Skuban, John 313 Skwarlo, Peggy 373 Slama, Lynette 188, 222, Standifefrd, Linda 287 Stanford, Betsy 340 Stamrle, Karen 291 Stankiewicz. Frank 145 Russell. Linda 378 Russell, James 340 340 Scott, Ron 307 Scott, Shirley 188, 350 Scott, Susan 188, 189. 197 Scribner, Judy 373 Scrimsher, Lana 277, 285 Scritchfield. Marsha 285 Seaman, Kevin 350 373 Slamans, Nyle 145 Slaven, Rebecca 340 Slawson, Mary 340 Slaymaker, Susan 351 Stanley Dennis 238 Stanley, Donna 287 Stanley, Virginia 287 Stanley. Zandra 42, 287 Stanton, Cheryl 373 Stanton. Nicki 295 Staten, John 313 Staton, Judith 293 Stauffer, Ralph 318 Sloan. Barbara 340 Sloan, Bruce 300 Sloan, Sheridan 362 Sloan. Shirley 351 Small, Anita 247, 285 Russell, Greg 310 Smalley, Linda 351 Reninger, Ross 300 Repp. Robert 372 Seamster, Susan 340 Sears. John 203, 305 Repuyan, Evelyn 339 Russell, Russell' Pamela 287 Robert 373 Repuyan, Vicente 243 Revilla, Eugenio 216 Reynolds, Steven 372 Reynolds, Wayne 246 Rhodes, Winona 218 Rhodes, D. 300 Rhodes, Donna 362 Rhodes, James 216 Rhodes, Patsy 350 Rice, Carolyn 189, 197 Rice, Beverly 339 Rice, Gary 372 Rice. Gloria 288 Rich, Cheryl 339 Rich Janet 339 Richards, Barbara 364 Richards, Mary 210, 350 Richards, Patricia 210, 362 Richardson, June 372 Richardson, Mark 362 Richardson. Sylvia 372 Richecky, Ray 339 Richter, Marc 350 Ricklefs, Robert 223 Riddiough, Sonja 362 Ridenour, Jane 362 Ridenour, James 862 Ridenour, Susan 339 Rider, Bill 297 Rieland, Louise 247, 291 Rieland, Patricia 247 Riemann, Esther 339 Rifenbark, Gloria 372 Riffel, Douglas 305, 362 Riley, Michael 339 Riley, Suzanne 243 Ringler, Carol 339 Ripley, Arthur 203, 350 Rising, Den-yl 362 Risley, Gaylord 350 Risley, M. Y. 339 Ritter, Justine 224, 372 Ritter, Nancy 225, 372 Rittgers. Jerry 223, 362 Roach, Lamonte 238, 244 Ronth. Joylte 291, 339 Robbins. Larry 350 Roberts, Alan 339 Roberts, Judith 372 Robinson, David 339 Joyce 339 Robinson, Robinson, Laura 339 Robinson, Pamela 362 Rock, Sherry 189, 191, 339 Rodda, Raymond 228 Rodgers, Glenn 210 Rodgers, Judy 243, 372 Rodriguez, Tomas 350 Roeckers. Donald 339 Roehl, Alice 373 Rogers, Joan 362 Rogers, Michael 305 Roger, Omar 373 Rogers, Wayne 316 Rohr. Alana 362 Rolf, Carl 228 Ronsee, Bud 305 Ronsick, Virginia 339 Rooney, Cynthia 339 Rooth, Rose 211 Roots, Ronald 339 Ruse, Sally 258, 285 Rosemarynoski, Carol 210 Rfosenlieb, Susan 350 Ross, Clinton 316, 339 Rossillon, Ruth 224 Roth, Linda 362 Roth, John 210, 215, 247, 248, 373 Rowland, Constance 339 Rowland, Marsha 295 Rowland, William 312 Rowland, Sherry 339 382 Sadler, Dennis Wayne 373 Saiki, Renard Hideo 318 St. John. Linda 226, 232 Saito, Melvin Kazuto 236 Sallee. Patricia 239 Salmans, Nyle 150 Salter, James 261. 264 Sample, Dale 145 Samuels, Ronald 312 Sander, Allen 297. 312 Sanders. Cheryl 226 Sanders, Hal 245, 246 247. 248 Sanders, Nancy 287 Sanders, Shari 350 Sanders, Susan 285 Sanderson. Mary 350 Sartin. Roger 300 Sassaman. Stephen 313 Sasse, Ronald 303 Sauer, Elisabeth 373 Saunders, Charles 307 Sauter. John 223 Savacool, Charlotte 224 Savage, Howard 373 Say, Sharlyn 224, 350 Schaefer, Lloyd 3116 Schafer, Elizabeth 373 Scharenberg, Linda 340 Schau, Linda 340 Schauf, Janet 362 Scheier, Nancy 362 Schemm, David 244 Schettino, Jeffrey 373 Scheve, Kenneth 261. 373 Schermerhorn, Barbara 362 Schiefrling, Harriet 210, 255. 285 Schilling, Janice 362 Schindlinz, Rob 340 Schirmer, Dana 350 Schlesener, Lynda 373 Schlick. Lets. 209 Schlick. William 237 Schlosser. Larry 223, 373 Schmidt. Karen 350 Schmidt, Larry 237 Schmidt, Maurice 217. 313, 344, 350 Schmidt, Rosemary 283 Schnackenberxl, Jana 210 Schneberger. Lois 216 Schneider, Fred 310 Schneider, Paula 287 Schneider, Rozanne 373 Schoepner, Rich 145 Seats, Linda 350 See, Barbara 224 :Seibel Twi11a'a4o Seigfreid, Roy 350 Seiwert. ViTKinia 224, 362 Sekitoleko, Mary 373 Self, Jay 297, 307 Sell, Nancy 295 Sell, Rita 244, 340 Sellers, James 209 Sewell, Susan 340 Sexton. Janet 289 Seyb, Spencer 340 Seyler, Roger 229, 362 Seymour, Robert 350 Seymour, Sondra 350 Shaefer, Sue 340 Shaffer. Roberta 193, 340 Shannon, Bruce 373 Shannon, Karen 373 Sharpe. Susan 295 Shaver, Janet 188, 247, S51 Shaw, Margie 42 373 Shaw, Mark 305 Shaw, Sarah 247 Sheahan, Kathleen 295 Shearer, Peggy 237 Sheble, Steve 145 Sheble, Thomas 145 Sheehan, Kathleen 362 Sheets, Barbara 340 Sheets, Gail 295 Shelton. Randolph 818, Smalley, Sally 351 Smethers. Janice 224, 362 Smith, Anita 217, 373 Smith, Barbara 362 Smith Carlian 340 Smith, Darla 373 Smith David 307 Smith Deborah 340 Smith Donald 362 Smith Elaine 211 Smith Gary 300 Smith Gregory 373 Smith Iva 340 Smith James 318 Smith, James D. 340 Smith James T. 223 Smith Janell 373 Smith Jerri 295 Smith, Judy 258, 295 Smith Julie 285 Smith Karen 291 Smith Linda 362 Smith Lynn 300 Smith Lynn 373 Smith, Marji 340 Smith, Mary A. 351 Smith Mary' J, 226, 362 Smith, Patrick 310, 351 Smith Roger D. 202 3417 Smith, ROBS1' K. 248, 340 Smith Stanley 215. 247. 248 Smith. Steven 310 Smith Terry 258 Smith, Thomas 373 Smith, Willetta 340 Smithson. John 313 Stead, Lindsay 310 Steadman, Debra 289 Steadman, Dennis 303 Steck. Lawrence 351 Steele, James 373 Steele, Janice 247. 351 Stees, Karen 3-63 Stegeman, Virginia 375 Steier. Edwin 340 Stein. Bruce 316 Stein, Steven 303, 340 Steinert, Deborah 340 SteDl1an, Daniel 244 Stephan, Dennis 244, 305 Stephens, Jan 340 Stephens, Katherine 363 Sterrett, Carol 363 Stevenson. Margaret 374 Stewart, Cheryl 373 Stewart, Christine 340 Stewart, James 261, 297 Stewart, Jimmie 313 Stewart. Mary R. 257 Stewart. Mary S. 210, 261, 295 Stewart, Robert 340 Stewart, Thomas 840 Stiner, Helen 222 Stinson, Donna 351 Stinson, Janet 340 Stimpert, Ronald 340 Stirling, Deborah 340 St. John, Linda. 374 Stockamp, Bonnie 363 Steering, Carolyn 188, 258. 351 Stogsdill, Donald 363 Stubs, Susan 340 373 Shepard. David 378 Shepard, Jack 313 Shepard, James 217 Shellek, Gary 373 Sherley, Raymond 228 Sherwood, Brent 203 Shidler. Mary 351 Shields, Donnie 224, 3162 Shields, Lynn 300 Shields, Marvin 373 Shillinil, Ronald 229 Shimizu, Raymond 236 Shineman, Gloria 351 Shinn, David 223, 807 Shinn, Gary 297, 318 Shiple Y, Ronald 228 Shurten, Rex 300 Smoot. Harry 202, 340 Snavely. Rex 277, 300 Snearer, Robert 316 Sneed Donna 245, 246, 247, 340 Snell, Carol 340 Snyder. Lynda 295 Soden, Lois 362 Solheim, Linda 287 Solis, Deborah 257, 260 Sommers, Rita 283 Sorenson, Edwina 188. 226, 261, 262, 373 Soricelli. Ronald 145 Sorenson, Roxanna 262 Sourk, Charles 232, 373 Stolfus, Wanda 363 Stolte, Rebecca 29 1 Stolzefr, Sandra 35 1 Stone. Clarence 374 Stone, Dennis 202, 340 Stone. James 313 Stoops, Carol 34 1 Stork. Alane 285 Stovall. Hubert 24 1 Strain, Judith 217, 375 Straub, Jacquelyn 374 Strawder, Janet 341 Street, Sue 222, 374 Stremel, Michael 300 Stricker, Diana 363 Strickland, Walter 34 1 Schnoke. Penny 350 Schoenfelder, Nancy 224. 243, 3 62 Schoenfelder, Doris 243 Schupll. Ellen 350 Schreck. James 243 Schroeder. Marsha 222. 373 Schubert, Kristine 257 Schubert, Suzanne 291 Schulte. Patricia 362 Schultheis. Lynn 289 Schultz, Marjorie 362 Schultz, Sherida 295 Schultz, Victoria 373 Schumaker, Cheryl 362 Schurle, Bryan 145, 340 Schuster, Candace 340 Schutter, Barney 340 Schwartz, Cheryl 243, 350 Schwartz, Paul 316 Schwindt, Linda 246, 350 Schwinn, Harold 244. 350 Shorthill, Allan 340 Shottenkirk, Adrian 373 Shrake, Elizabeth 3162 Shrake, Mary 340 Shuga-rt, Carol 340 Shults. Susan 217 Shweihdi, Salem 375 Siebuhr, Phyllis 224, 373 Siegrist, Sam 373 Siemens, Janice 362 Sigel, Coleen 222 Sigel, Steven 373 Simmons, Jane 373 Simmons, Susan 340 Simms, Jane 225, 362 Simons, Lois 241, 362 Simons, Tony 316, 344 Simonson, James 362 Simonson Wesley 225 Simpler, Janet 351 Sims, Bruce 225 Sims, Jerry 215, 247, 248 Sims, Thomas 340 Sinn, Joyce 262, 285, 373 Sibe, Mary 240, 291 Skaer, Wesley 373 Skarp, Allan 216 Skeen, Anna 226 Skillman. Louise 362 Skinner, Donna 373 Skipton, Sheri 340 Skoch, Gerald 351 Skog, Guy 223, 351 Skog, Willard 364 Sowers, Everett 228 Sowers, James 363 Sowder, Nancy 285 Spade, JoAnne 373 Spangler, Marjorie 216 Sparks, Ann 351 Speer, Nancy 340 Spears, James 297, 303 Spees. Beverly 363 188 Spencer. Carol Spicer. Charles 373 Strunk, Jon 341 Struss, Marzuriet 341 Stucky, Catherine 245, 246 Stude, Marilyn 341 Studer, Gregory 374 Stuewe, Gerald 229, 351 Stuke, Kenneth 232 Spoon, Ramona 351 Spradlinl-I, Bernadett 373 Spradliml, Cloyce 373 Spring, Isla 351 Spring, Paul 307 Springer, Barbara 373 Spurrier, Linda 340 Srack, Barbara 340 Stadalman. Ross 209, 261, 264, 310 Stadler, Michael 310 Staggs, Colleen 364 Stagner, Joan 240, 340 Stainbrook, Marcia 351 Stalbaum. Helen 363 Stalcun, Kathleen 285 Stalcup. William 203, 264, 267, 373 Stamm, Charles 373 Stander. Irene 340 Standiferd, Cary 215, 247, 248, 373 Standiferd. Lin 247 Stukey, Jeffery 341 Stull, Beverly 224 Sukama, Jean 374 Sukimoto, Merle 226, 236, 363 Sullivan, Roy 223, 247, 248, 307 Sulzen. Charles 145, 214. 264 Sumner, Lloyd 363 Sumners, Robert 232, 374 Sunderland. Alan 351 Supple, Jolene 292, 293 Surber, Margaret 210, 341 Surprise, Linda 341 Surritt. Anita 3163 Sutton, Donna 285 Sutton, Joanne 341 Sutton, Marna 341 Sutton, Sharon 244, 293 Suzuki, Ann 341 Svoboda, Vickie 363 Swagerty, Sheryl 351 Swanson, Bradley 374 Swarts, Jean 261. 295 Wabeno, Bauraing 375 Swartz, Joyce 351 Swender, Rita 193, 341 Swenson, Daniel 225, 230, 233, 244, 341 Swift, John 235, 234 Swisher, Phyllis 341 Switzer, Suzanna 225 Swoboda, Deidre 188, 189, 351 Symes, Sidney 247, 248, 310 Szymanski, Robert 214 Tabor, Laura 351 Taggart, Diane 341 Tague, Stanley 300 Taj, Mangal 375 Takamori, Howard 236 Talbert, Glen 241 Talley. Betty 351 Talley, Michael 210, 300 Talley, Sandra 341 Tallman, Jim 363 Tamayose, Earnest 229 Tarbutton, Deborah 247, 261, 295 Tarry, Kinda 363 Tarwater, Susan J. 351 Tarwater, Susan L. 351 Tate, Patricia 261, 295, 354 Tatlock, Marlys 283 Tatlock, Timothy 341 Taubeneck, Alan 341 Tawney, James 363 Taylor, James 209 Taylor, Jane 295 Taylor, Janice 363 Taylor, Jimmie 351 Taylor, Kenneth 310 Taylor, Lana 375 Taylor, Mary 259, 295 Tondi, Suzanne 374 Toon, Monte 374 Torkelson, Eileen 244, 351 Torkelson, Leroy 341 Toso, Mary 351 Totten, Debra 224, 374 Townley, Judy 211 Townsend, Alan 203 Townsend, Homer 374 Trammell, Judith 363 Traw, Steven 374 Traw, Susan 211, 374 Traylor, Jack 231, 375 Traynor, Warren 310 Travis, Steven 297, 207 Trecek, William 351 Treff, Janice 341 Trembley, Teresa 374 Vornholt, Susan 341 Voss, Lana 257, 260, 351 Wendler, Kent 374 Wendling, Dorothy 374 Wendling, Rita 222, 243. 363 Werner, Gregory 214, 232, 352 Werner, Joe 145 Wade. J anice 374 Wade, Loretta 363 Waggoner, Robert 300 Wagner, Wagner. Anita 243,341 Molly 374 Wagoner, Carolyn 341 Wagoner, Keith 3 1 3 Waldrop, Barbara 287 Walker, Jane 351 Walker, Lavonne 341 Walker, Marilyn 342 Walker, Vicki 374 Trennepohl, Jean 291 Tribby, Debofrah 247. 351 Trim, Dick 351 Trim, Leanna 351 Trobough, Linda 374 Trombla, Nancy 363 Trosper, Gwenell 226, 374 Trollman, Albert 247, 248, 307 Troutman, Michael 225. 230, 233, 238 Truelove. Marjorie 341 Truesdell, Margaret 341 Weed. Williams. Dennis 352 Taylor, Sheila 363 Taylor, Theresa 210, 374 Teegardin, Gary 351 Tegethoff, Mary 363 Teghtmeyer, Garry 210, 374 Temple, Lois 224, 341 Templin, John 210 Tempun, John 307 Terrell, Judith 374 Terrill, Candace 211, 363 Terry, Barbara 3 7 4 Tesar, John 351 Thacker, Jon 341 Theel. Lois 34 1 Theel, Wayne 363 Thieme, Jaon 240, 243, 35 1 Thoele, Timothy 316 Thole, Elizabeth 363 Tholen. Judith 261, 295 Tholen, Mary Ann 295 Thomas, Joyce 291, 341 Thomas, Julia 341 Thomas, Nancy 341 Thomas, Ralph 209 Thomas, Raymond 341 Thomas, Winifred 241 Thompson, Beverly 289 Thompson, Francis 244. 351 Thompson, Gary 209 Thompson, Joretla 374 Thompson, Lauretta 241. 341 Thompson, Marsha 285 Thompson, Martha 261 Thorn, Mary 209, 210, 3468 Thorne, Glen 341 Thorpe, Ladwna 291 Thofrpson, Paricia 150. Truman, Wanda 244, 341 Trumble, Sherry 351 Trussell, Leila 341 Tryon, Carol 341 Tubach, Cora 216 Tuckel, Steve 341 Tuckel, Virginia 363 Turek, Stephen 316 Turley, Karen 351 Turnbull, John 341 243, 341 Turner, Brenda Turner, Gary 223, 297, 318 Turner, George 247, 248 Turner, Karen 224, 351 Turner, Linda 341 Turner, Rodney 145 Turner, Veiden 228, 229 Turvey, Robert 300 Twidwell, Steve 209, 374 Twombly, Linda 374 Tyler, Patricia 222, 374 Uhl, Harley 341 Uhl, Nancy 351 Uhlrich, Cheryl 341 Uhlrich, Rosemary 243 Umberger, lla 226, 374 Underwood, Grace 363 Unruh, Leonard 223, 363 Uphoff, Frank 222, 374 Uppendahl, Theo 341 Upshaw, Shirley 374 Urbanek, Joyce 374 Vail, Howard 313 Valburg, Marcia 351 Van Arsdale. Elaine 374 Van Buren, Lynn 225 Vancleave, Karen 341 Vancleave, Sharon 210 Vandaveer, Steve 341 Vandruff, Karen 341 Van Leeuwen, Mary 243, Walling, Donovan 277 Walls, Dewayne 223, 352 Walno, Donna 68, 78, 209. 374 Walsh, James 307 Walsh, Sharon 287 Walter, Leland 313 Walters, Betty 352 Walters, George 316 Waltzer, Milton 145 Wang, Jeannette 352 Ward, Mary 374 Ward, Samuel 363 Ward, Stephen 229, 374 Warner, Pamela 217, 293 Warner, Patrick 203 Warnock, Connie 287 Warnock, Rebecca 287 Warren, Thomas 305 l Warrington, Cynthia 352 Washburn, Dale 300. 363 Washington, Sandra 241, 261, 297, Wernsman, Paul 374 Wessel, Glen 342 Wesseler, Lois 352 Wesseler, Paul 229, 374 West, Susan 363 West, Winifred 342 Westall, Allyn 352 Westling, Nancy 342 Weston, Cherri 287 Weston, Pamela 240, 352 Westover, Janille 240, 295 Westwood, Bret 316 Wcyland, Constance 244 Weyland, Jim 244 Whaley, Janice 374 Whaley, Sarah 352 Whanger, Walter 342 Wharry, William 218, 300 Wheat, Deborah 342 Wheaton, Shirley 375 Wheeler, Martha 342 Whinery, Donald 363 Whitaker, Betty 236, 375 Whitaker, Mary 352 Wilson, Thomas G. 222 Wilson, Thomas M. 203, 375 Wilson. Thomas Michael 352 Wingfield, Cynthia 364 Wingrave, James 261 Winkelbauer, Caroline 222, 364 Winn, Carl 218, 220, 300 Winn, Elvin 364 Winquist, Janice 364 Winquist, Linda 226 Winter, Norman 229, 247. 248 Winter, Paul 300 Winters, Ann 188, 225 Winters, Rachel 36-1 Winters, Rebecca 312 Wirtz, Judith 375 Wise, Donna 352 Wise, Karen 352 Witherby, Clifford 247, 248, 300 Withr-oder, Margaret 293 Witt. Shirley 364 Witt, Susan 342 Woeppel, Patricia 364 Wolfe. Letha 364 Wolverton, John 375 Womble, Kenneth 245, Whitaker, Robert 363 White, Cheryle 352 White, Claudia 363 White, Harriett 375 White, Jesse 363 White, Jettie 289, 342 White, Marcellene 375 White, Robert 209 White, Ronald 363 White. Wayne 316 Whitehair, Joseph 363 246 Wood, Patrick 243, 375 Woods, Bettye 241, 342 Woods, Harold 228, 229 Woods, Mack 210, 318 Woods, Marcia 289 Woods, Shirley 375 Woods, Teddy 145, 150 Woody. Marcia 258 Woolverton, Jon 310 Wooten, Sheila 257, 260, 287. Worces 342 ter, Susan 375 352 Waters, John 352 Waters, Marvin 352 Whitesell, Dianne 342 Whitlow, Christine 342 Waters, Melvin 342 Waters, Robert 374 Watkins, Vicki 210 Watson, Jan 68 Watson, Janna 224, 363 Watson, Nancy 342 Watson, Rosalyn 241, 341 Watt. Carol 3 4 2 Watts. Jennifer 342 Watts. Ronald 352 Waugh, Vicki 234, 235. 262, 288, 289 Waugh. Peggy 363 Wayman, Diana 243, 342 Weatherbie, Patricia 363 Wear. Belynda 342 Weaver, Arden 244, 363 Weaver, Michelle 342 Webb, Teresa 210, 352 Weber, Jane 188, 363 Weber, Michael 307 Weber, William 232, 352 Weberg. Evelyn 210, 211, 363 Wedel, Carol 289 Wedman, Lynn 342 Ralph 225, 230, 341 Van Luchene, Joe 223, 238. 351 Van Sickle, James 277 Van Sickle, Joan 363 Van Tuyl, Paula 341 285 Throm, Billy 228 Throne. Dennis 341 Thrune, Carol 285 Thye. Connie 363 Tighe, Angelika 374 Tinberg, Martin 341 Tincher, Thomas 215 Tincher, Tonetta 226. 283 Tinderholt, Eric 237, 244 Tippin, Martha 68 Toellner, Delmar 374 Tolson, Jon 210, 215, 247. 248, 310 Toltz, Howard 374 Van Tuyl, Veda 351 Van Zuiden, Joyce 351 Varenhorst, Janet 351 Vermillion, John 318 Vernon, Vaudine 374 Versch, Gregory 351 Vickers, Janice 225, 230, 233, 374 Vieux, Philip 247, 248 Vinette, Janet 363 Virtue, Bruce 307 Vitefrise, Gary 217, 227 Vogt, Ranney 364 Vornholt, Linda 341 233, 238, 374 Weekley, Kay 363 Weeks, Clifford 229 Weeks, Curtis 218, 220. 300 Weeks, Pamela 363 Wehking, Dorothy 291 Wehking, Sharon 342 Weidenbaker, Connie 363 Weikal, Larry 374 Weil, Charles 210, 215, 247, 248, 310 Weimer, Linda 342 Weir, Suzanne 352 Welbonn, Roger 352 Welch, Greg 3163 Weldon, Connie 188, 189, 374 Welfelt, William 313 Weller, Carol 342 Whittaker, James 313 Whorton, Marvin 342 Wichman, Lyle 316 Widler, Dee 310 Widler, Sandra 289 Wiebe. Howard 316, 342 Wiggans, Charlene 342 Wiggins, Judy 224 Wigzington, Susan 342 Wiksten, Clifford 316 Wilch, Judy 211 Wilcox, Thomas 210, 215. 375 Wiles, Steven 375 Wiley, Johnny 241, 247, 248, 352 Wiley. Stephen 375 Wilhelm, Carolyn 352 Wilkerson, Joan 247, 352 Wilkins, Sharon 352 Williams, Calvin 310 Williams, Charles 316 Williams, Colin 364 Williams, Darrell 300 Williams, Debbie 241 342 Williams. Diana 364 Williams, Herman 238, 375 Williams, James 303, 342 Williams, Janet 364 Williams, Jerel 303 Williams, Philip 145 Williams, Rosalind 253, 259, 287 Williams, Shelia 342 Williams, Terry L. 310 Williams, Terry N. 217 Workman. Linda 287, 364 Workman, Stephen 214 Worland, Diane 188, 189, 226. 257, 260. 364 Wray. William 300 Wright, Claudia 285 Wright, Nancy 352 Wright, Richard 364 Wright, Ronald 313 Wulf, Brent 202, 342 Wulff, Jane 342 Wuthnow, Rosalyn 245, 246 Wyatt, Lindy 342 Wyckoff, John 375 Wycoff, Dennis 318 Wycoff, Marie 240, 342 Yamada, Terry 236, 352 Yamasato, Mary 23'6, 364 Yee, Lorene 375 Yenzer, Beverly 293 Yoder, Denis 313 Yoho. Ann 364 Young. Debera 364 Young. Young. Don 310 Dorothy 342 Young. Laureen 352 Young, Mary 342 Young, Peter 237, 364 Young. Rita 243, 364 Young Ve-'ra 277. 364 Young, Vernon 229, 375 Younger, Thomas 310 Youngstedt, Patricia 342 Yourdon, David 203, 247 Yunker, Charles 342 Williams, Thomas 352 Williams, William 364 Willis, Barbara 188, 189, 375 Willis, John 342 Willis, Larry S64 Willoughby, Donald 307 Willows, Richard 375 Wells, Arthur 374 Wells, Betty 244, 342 Wells. Deborah 352 Wells, Jean 287 Wells. Kathleen 285 Wells. Patsy 188, 352 Welton, Myron 352 Wenci Wenci ker, Jerry 374 ker, Judy 363 Wende, Rose 224, 352 Wilson Alan 364 Wilson, Connie 289, 342 Wilson, Elaine 295 Wilson, Janol 295 Wilson, John 342 Wilson, Larry 316, 375 Wilson, Linda 375 Wilson, Mark 232, 364 Wilson, Patricia 329, 342 Wilson, Robert 310 Yusuf, Jama 232, 235 Zang. James 364 Zebley, Linda 217, 364 Zimmerli, Delbert 364 Zimmerman, Donald 364 Zink, Orlin 229, 375 Zogleman, Kathryn 342 Zschoche, Sue 261, 295 Zuburg, Harry 316 Zukor, Deborah 352 Zumbrum, Dinah 342 Zuroeveste, Moyne 342 Zwickel, Robert 313 Zwiegel, William 316 383 , 1 ii x 3' i Kihei i gs.. ,Q ,K Rr ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: The Teachers College Press, which exerted time and con- sideration Calso monstrous deadlinesj in printing the Sunflower for the first time, Larry Gabriel, J. D. 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