Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

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Mary Durham SPORTS Teddy Woods GROUPS Kevin Rues, students Denice Jewell, students Lana Scrimsher, Greeks Rosalie Cooper, organizations INDEX Pat Thorson ADVISO R Robert Ecklund 4 h TABLE OF CONTENTS e Life 40 cation should be to increase sitive spots, for e of edu ion is not just to . .. . Chapman n ols A t ' fo V en are re u ' I seen war . eve e have do R r 7 t , t T 'P f o' an - aj rd to P V A r os nd u td' 'gGm8.'.', e' ' t - A ' hurchill ' 0 S 248 " E . n . Remember the rda eep hopes for tomor- , b ove all. live for today." Robert Frost ,4 , bamshed persons attemp o find a plot m tt wzll be s t. 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The fence-painting project was off to a good start when it was halted by campus officials who recalled a law against painting redwood. But this did not stop the students. Their goal had been the realization of campus problems, so they turned to other areas, and by the end of the summer, two metal sculptures had been erected on the east side of the building. There are plans for more by other interested individuals. The summer's work was under the direction of Mr. Bill Bagley ofthe Art faculty. fd Projects Get Off The Ground For the fourth consecutive year, the Industrial Arts department held a series of seminars for teachers and stu- dents in thatlfield. The firgt seminar was in Design, and was directed by Mr. John 'Ehompson of the University of Michigan. The participants worked in the field of design, and were re- quired to construct a kite that flew, This seminar was held July I3-17. The second seminar was held July 20-31, and was in the area of Industrial Plastics. It was conducted by Mr. Robert Ullery, the industrial arts consultant for the state of New York, who had come to Emporia for the fourth consecutiveisummer. The purpose of this seminar was to increase, i- rest and competence in instructors in the field, The group saw several films and worked in different A ,types of plastics. t Planetarium Visitors -The Kansas State Teachers College Planetarium was openduring the summer session on Thursday evenings for two performances. There was no admission charge, and many students found the performances entertaining and enlightening. ' The Planetarium was installed in The Science Hall in March of 1959. The Planetarium chamber houses a Spitz Model A-2 Planetarium Profector which reproduces the realistic appearance of the night sky on a 24 foot diameter hemispherical dome. In addition to the main Star profector, the Planetarium has a number of auxiliary projection devices which prove to be quite useful in teaching concepts o observational Astronomy. With these projectors. it is possible to project onto the night sky scene: the equatorial cordinate system, the geocentric earth, the celestial meridian, the moon, the sun, the planets, the astronomical triangle, and sunrise and sunset. Ninth Annual Reading Conference Artist Series Hosts Paul Doktor Paul Doktor, Austrian-born violist, visited the K.S.T.C. campus June 15 through l9 to conduct the Chamber Music Workshop. He presented an Artist Series Recital June l6th, and was the guest soloist at the Chamber Music Concert on the l8th. Mr. Doktor began his musical career at age five, when he studied the violin under his father. He later graduated from the State Academy of Music in Vienna, completing the five-year program in two years. He toured with Adolf Busch's chamber orchestra, playing both the violin and viola. Nflr. Doktor's specialization in the viola was established when he won the lnterantional Music Competition in Ge- neva. He came to the United States in 1947, and first per- formed in this country a year later, at the Library of Con- gress. a performance which was met with high acclaim. Mr. Doktor is now a faculty member at Mannes College and Trenton State College in New Jersey. The Ninth Annual Great Plains Reading Conference was held at the Teachers College June 15th through l9th. The theme of this year's conference was "Diagnosis and Evaluation." Several guest speakers were featured: Dr. George Murphy, Professor Emeritus at Penn State University: Dr. Jeannette Veatch, Arizona State University: Dr. Jerry Weiss. head of the English Dpartment at Jersey City State Collegeg Dr. Darrell Ray, director ofthe Reading Clinic at Oklahoma University: and Dr. Frank Greene, chief of the Reading Clinic at Syracuse University. The participants in the conference also met in small group sessions to discuss new trends in teaching reading, and a question-and-answer period was held daily. Paulene Myers Presents Her Une Woman Show ln conjunction with the K.S.T.C. Summer Artist Series, Paulene Myers, presented her one woman show entitled "The World of My Americaf' Miss Myers offered her personal interpretation ofthe poems of Paul Lawrence Dunbar and Langston Hughes, using the issues of today in character roles and poetry. One moment she was a little girl and the next moment a 75 year old person, going from a cynical maid to an abandoned negro, with laughter and the tears, ultimately making a statement. But Paulene Myers went beyond the statement makingeshe entertained. l ' ' 1 SEASON EMPORIA STATE SUMMER THEATRE PRESENTS ITH 1 E , r' '71 The Summer Theater season opened with The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell ofthe Crowd, a musical Game of Life. It was directed by Patrick D. McDonough and designed by Harold Nixon, The show featured many familiar songs, such as "Who Can I Turn To'?," "Feelin' Good," and "The Joker" in addition to a light show and slides projected onto the backdrop, which gave the show an added dimension. The audience sat in bleachers on three sides ofthe stage. The second production was Albee's Wh0's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? This controversial and powerful drama was directed by Charles Hill and designed by Joel Hefling. Any Wednesday was the sophisticated tale of an eiiecutive, his wife, his mistress. and her friend. The show was directed by Patrick D. McDonough and designed by Dan Lane. A A comedy-melodrama from the twenties Broadway was directed by Charles Hill and designed by Forrest Newlin. i-t depicted the life and atmosphere of the speakeasy during Prohibition with dark deeds, murder, music and a chorus. All the Way Home was directed by Patrick D. McDonough and designed by Denny Weaver. This moving and true story of a death in the family was also a Pulitzer Prize winner, The Broadway hit Never T00 Late was directed by Charles Hill and designed by Paul Whaley. The situation of parents with one grown, married child and another on the way made this a very successful comedy to finish out the sixteenth Summer Theatre season. 48 WO? WW GT LRGONIA UJOOLF? 'Till ROARSE GRIASEPAI NT BY LESLIE BRICUSSE RESTRICTED ATTENDANCE gm SYANTHONY .W.'y?i. NEWLEY ll J R d Q.-, filtlilll JUNE 24-27 6l,gi5,y2 JULY 1-2 it fr" ll "H .J',fI4'flfl EDWARD - 4' - ALBEE JULY 8-1 5 f-'55 5 ,- N 2' it In MURIELIJ X Xpya REWCK S D .IBSIRCOAJDMVMY ANY I,- If If GEORGL WEdNES4' Al Bifgfdpa' Ay L - ,X DUNNING JULY15-18 f up JULY 22g-2:1 AW The Home BY TAD MOSEL FROM JAMES 4 AGEE'S PULITZER PRIZE NOVEL ' I L' 0 JULY 29 BY SUMNER ARTHUR LONG AUGUST 'I AUGUST 5-8 -1 h as 1 - , HNF' 91 ' Q . 's:S23'?-- ff i' X iffy! ' , zz. 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Once a month the participants get together to play and discuss in an informal atmosphere. 52 53 Students Survive Wyoming Wilderness The Biology Department and the Division of Health, Recreation and Physical Education offered a unique study opportunity to their majors this summer. Through an ar- rangement with Paul Petzoldt and his National Outdoor Leadership School at Landers, Wyoming, students could enroll in certain P.E. or biology classes and complete their course work in the Wind River Mountains ofWyoming. The Biology Department offered Biology 409, Wilder- ness Biology- a class open to students with limited back- ground inthe biological sciences. This course stressed basic ecological relationships of the plants and animals of the area. Biology 536, Environmental Biology--this course was offered to upperclass and graduate students. The stu- dents would choose an ecological problem and carry out their research and observations in the wilderness area and were expected to present a paper on their findings at the close ofthe class. PE 490, Camping and Outdoor Educationf this course offered to the physical education majors stressed the techniques of safe outdoor recreation and practical conservation ofthe wilderness. The students learned hiking, camping, mountain climbing, fishing, geology, trip plann- camping, mountain climbing, fishing, geology, trip plan- ning, map reading and a host of related techiques required to become competent outdoor leaders. The bilogy students also learned the basic techniques ol' camping and outdoor leadership as well as completing their required biology coursework. 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Miss Long, of Abilene, had won the swim suit pre- liminaries on Friday night before being named Miss E- StateeEmporia on Saturday. Other finalists included Shelley Freeman, Emporia, first runner-upg Jodie Goering, Neodesha, second runner- upg Evelyn Repuyan, Junction City, third runner-up, and Nancy Mcliemy, Overland Park, fourth runner-up. During Friday's preliminaries, Miss Goering won the talent portion of the pageant with piano solo. Winner of the swim suit competition was Deborah Davidson, Augusta. Miss Freeman was named Miss Congeniality in the Pageant. This award is presented by other contestants in the pageant. Miss Long, who was sponsored by Men's Rsidence Hall, also won S400 in scholarships and a new wardrobe forthe Miss Kansas Pageant. O9 34 All 1 5 Left to right: Nancy McKemy, Shelley Freeman, Debbie Davidson. Marcia McMullen, Carmen Rupe, Jodie Goering. Kathy Barnhardt, Jeanine Kline, Evelyn Repuyan, LaDena Thorpe, Patricia Eslinger, Gloria Moreland, Marlene Dewall, Vicki Long. gl is 5 i 3 ff, 5 z C1 Readers Theatre The Gallery Theatre, established last year and located on the second floor of the Humanities Building, is the site for the Readers Theatre Program. Two main productions were presented this year: on October 6, two short verse- plays by Archibald Macleish opened. The first of the two was This Music Crept By Me Upon the' Waters, which depicted the struggle of two people for love and paradise against the forces of a material and concrete societyg and The Trojan Horse, which illustrated what can happen in a society that disallows or threatens the right to dissent. Director Wayne Chapman employed several new techniques for this first production of The Contemporary Scene Season. On May 4, Dutchman, by Leroi Jones, opened and showed the horror of racism in the story ofa white woman's attempt to seduce a black youth. Tom Smith directed this controversial script. The Gallery Theatre was also the site of various other Readers Theatre projects, such as "A Child's Christmas in Wales" by Dylan Thomas, "The Nun's Priest's Tale" by Chaucer and a program of concrete poetry. 113 1 1 f f M X -Q6 4.19 W Af W", , Q! H Q , ,, Z, ff if J" , V fc fy 1 xi 4 ?1 if x Av Z 3 '51 ' Li ,,, . H ,gf , 2 av Q31 SA FROM cow. Q9 5. :M 'WY - , Q 4 7 41" A, V1 LOVER THIEF k l .M . 'ff' u3!'ffgg:jQfr" V112 er QQ 3 av,,' x if L N. .EW , ws, ,- ffful Q 'L"'.iv Y 3 fin jigs WSW fkgffxfi ' CYQ3 'ril-gpm f' . . W A 1 ' X K 'EL an u sf' .1 . M W 5 Q 'GLM 1 , WWI? Mfr I Z , ,ffm ,MA College Theatre The first production in the College Theatre was Cele- bration, October 20-24. This musical, by the authors of The Fantasticks, Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, was a free, imaginative show dealing with man's struggle to over- come the overwhelming forces of nature-and survive. This contemporary musical was directed by Charles Hill and designed by Forrest Newlin. The second production, which ran December 8-12, was Summertree, by Ron Cowen, directed by Lou Salerni and designed by Forrest Newlin. Summertree concerned a twenty year old boy soon to leave for Viet Nam-never to return. In a series of flashbacks and flashforwards we saw the boy's last desperate attempts to grasp some permanent memory of his childhood, to feel the love of his parents, and to discover a promise for the future. ix ,C Summer tree Cast, clockwise from upper left: Kim Jacobs, Gary Whittorf, Diana Barnes, Sherri Gerdel, Paul Orwick, John Stibal I Joe Egg, March 2-6, climaxed the College Theatre program this year. This brilliantly written play by Peter Nichols was directed by Wayne Chapman and designed by Harold Nixon. The show was a frank, tender, desperately funny portrayal of a married couple facing a domestic tragedy-'aa nightmare all women must have dreamed at one time, and most meng living with a child born so hope- lessly crippled as to be, as her father so brutally says, a human parsnip with comedy masking the heartbreak. Childrerfs Theatre Children's Theatre and Creative Dramatics are a vital part of the Emporia theatre. Usually one play for children is presented each season. This year's production was a new musical adaptation of The Emperofs New Clothes by Wesley Van Tassel and Mark Ollington from the classic tale by Hans Christian Andersen. This delightful tale of a vain Emperor parading around in his under- wear, thinking that he is wearing the most beautiful clothes ever made, was imaginatively directed by Peter Smith and designed by Forrest Newlin. In addition to the Children's Theatre play, classes were held in Children's Theatre and Creative Dramatics. These classes help the student find ways of expressing him- self freely for his own benefit and that of children. The pictures on this page are of some scenes from the Chil- dren's Theatre class. ""hh.... , President John E. Visser State Administrators 122 Board of Regents Dr. James J. Basham Mr. Henry A. Bubb Mr. A. H. Cromb Mr. William F. Danenbarger Mr. T. J. Griffith Mr. Elmer C. Jackson, Jr. Mr. Carl L. Courter Mr. Jess Stewart Mr. Paul R. Wunsch Mr. Max Bickford, Executive Officer ffice of the President When John E. Visser came to Kansas State Teachers College to be its President, he brought with him many new ideas and philosophies. Under his direction, the departments of the college have been organized into four schools, each school has a Dean who is responsible for integrating the departments ofhis school into aworking unit with a common philosophy and purpose. He has changed the role of President from one of unilateral decision maker to one of delegator of responsibility, a situation where he works primarily with the administrative heads. Recognizing the fact that a college must change along with its environment, he sees the need for changes in curriculum, general education requirements, and degree requirements, and for giving the student more freedom to determine his course of study. President Visser works closely with both the Faculty and Student Senates in governing the college, and with the Board of Regents and the Kansas Legislature to project to them the needs ofthe institution. Governor Robert Docking Assistant to the President for Development As Assistant to the President for Development. Mr. James Meyer actually works in three separate areas. His primary duty is the administration of the Endowment Association, which involves several things: accepting and distributing private contributions through scholarships and loans, and managing the Second Century Club. He works closely with the Financial Aids office in the distri- bution of scholarships and loans. In addition, Mr. Meyer has concerned himself this year with the development of an annual fund drive to supplement the income of the En- dowment Association. He also works with Dr. Joe Weigand to coordinate the Alumni Association, and with Mr. Larry Meredith in the area of news and publications. Mr. Meyer received both his Bachelors and Masters degrees from Emporia State. He worked here as Assistant Director of Field Services and Assistant Director of Ad- missions before accepting the position of Admissions Coun- selor at the University of Wyoming. where he did doctoral work. In l969 he returned to K.S.T.C. as Assistant to the President for Development. 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V -- - 1 1 1-21 11111-111 ? 11 155 1 '11 1 11111 a 115- o Y 13 11 '1 11 1 1 11111111 1 1 ,21-g11,11g1 E - 5 1 1 -1 f'- I' E 1331 i,?221iEE222E115i51:' 1 111111-11 H 1 111 : 1,- ,f , 11 1 11 11 1-111'-11,1 11111 1 '1115i 11 11 1 , 1 V-13 -1111111 S1525 1132 31 H111 , ,-1111111111 1 111111 -115 1 - 111-11 ,,1:1111111111?51' 1 11171131 .1 Y --1 - - 1- - 1 11- 1 --1--1 --11-- 1 11 1 115' 31:11-A 1 1f?11?5f1- 15 fi 1 ff: ' 1' 1' --1 5-3 25122122152 5555: 511 1 1 111-1-111,1 1, - 1 1 , - -, -11 11,1, 1-1,1111 1,11 1 11111 :5g1 11 1'i 12221212131 5 1 1122 11111111111 f 115311. 11-1-1-,, 11 1 11-1 1 1- - 1:1 1- 1 -1111-,1 11 11111. '11 1 111111 1 1' Administrative Affairs The Dean of Administrative Affairs is Dr. E. L. Barnhart. In this position, his special responsibilities are Facilities, Planning and Construction, and Space Utilization. He coordinates the planning and construction of new buildings and the overall planning of the campus, and serves as Executive Secretary ofthe Campus Planning Committee. He also serves as the Executive Secretary of the Space Utilization Committee, which involves the allocation of space to the departments and the remodeling of existing space. He supervises the work of the Superintendent of the Physical Plant, the Coordinator of Residence Halls and Apartments, and the Coordinator of Traffic, Inventory and Security. He also serves as the Executive Secretary of the Community Relations Committee, whose responsibility is the maintenance and improvement of good relations with the Emporia community. Riley Stormont, Superintendent ofthe Physical Plant. I -Z ,,.. . , ., .V-Wem.WwasMf,.mmmmmqmmm llltlt that Dr. E. L. Barnhart K. E. Carder, Assistant Dean of Administrative Affairs. wwf Administrativ Affairs E Gerald Ashlock Coordinator of Residence Halls 126 Al Locke Coordinator of Traffic and Security John Turax Superintendent of Custodial Services ft L - Business Affairs The Business Manager, Mr. Walter Clark, handles the financial and fiscal matters of the college. This includes budgeting, accounting, purchasing, and personnel matters, including payroll and fringe benefits. Mr. Clark supervises the work of the Administrative Assistant and Budget Of- ficer, the Bursar, the Personnel Officer, and the Printing Plant Superintendent. Y .--nnv"" Don Hutchinson is the Budget Officer and Assistant to the Business Manager. 27 X .. X . t S 11 S 1 H I1 i 9 S 1' S S S I - Mr. Donald Cravens is the Personnel Director. V 'A' ' " 'YQ Q 'v h 'K i , 9 A .l H . A 'N-ani, 1 -...- Miss Betty Howell is the KSTC Bursar. Mr. Carl Hoffmans is the Superintendent and Manager of the College Press. 128 f 9? m ,fi - f ,M oto Publications Special consideration is due to Photo Publications, whose responsibility it is to photograph, develop, and print the photographs which appear in the Sunflower. Personnel of Photo Publications include fleft to rightj Steve Denny, staff photographer and printer, Gordon Smith, senior girlographer, film processer, and movie photographer, Joyce Roath, secretary and receptionist, Bruce Chambers, staff photographer and printer, Ed Alsop, senior pho- tographer and senior printer, and David Stormont, Di- rector of Photo Publications and head photographer. Curtis Gibson, staff photographer, is not pictured. 129 ,mn-f ...- Harry Stephens is Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. Dr. John Webb is Dean of Student Affairs. S N ,. i .Q 3 -x :- Ann Richardson is Assistant Dean of Women. 30 2 Ruth Schillenger is Dean of Women. s :4 2 ri S 5 UMW R-lm 7900009 Richard Banister Admissions and Records Clint Webber Director of Admissions and Records Jerry Vineyard Assistant Director of Admissions and Records James Harter International Student Advisor Student Affairs Melville Archer Assistant Professor of Financial Aids Charles Rastatter, Director of Counseling Service, and and Alden Bowman Professor and Director of Financial Pat Wade, Assistant Director of Counseling Service. 'Wg iw f Richard Stoner, Director of Memorial Union e Judy Hartsook, Student Activities Coordinator Dr. Loren Augustyn, Physician, Boyd King, Placement Officer ff---'-- Student Health Center IU Amos Sales, Rehabilitation Services S John Masterson, Program Director of Residence Hallsg William Davidson, Housing Coordinator. Academic Services The Dean of Academic Services is Dr. Nathan P. Budd. His job involves assigning classroom space, con- ducting statistical studies and evaluations, interviewing people for administrative and faculty positions, and serving on the college budget committee. In addition, he is the Director of the Summer Session, which means that he is responsible for its budget and publications. He is also in charge of academic publications, such as catalogues and class schedules. The Instructional Media Center and the Office of Continuing and International Education also come under his supervision.. Dr. Budd came to K.S.T.C. in 1949. He served as Registrar and Assistant to the President. In 1956 he re- ceived the Doctor of Education degree from the University of Colorado, and returned to the position which he now holds at K.S.T.C. 4. Continuing and International Education The office of Continuing and International Educa- tion, directed by Mr. Louis H. Fritzemeier, is a service- oriented arm of the college which attempts to extend edu- cational opportunities beyond the college campus. The office of Continuieng Education organizes college level classes and workshops throughout the state. International Education encourages students to study abroad and to take foreign study tours. Mr. Fritzemeier hopes the number of special work- shops focused upon specific needs of a school or a com- munity will be increased. He also hopes that an appreciable number of students will complete a semester or a year ol undergraduate or graduate study in foreign schools. 133 Q er-'N .tn I 1"""2.-p.. i Thomas Bailey, Director Academic Af'fairs Instructional Media The function of the Instructional Media Center is three-fold: service, instruction, and production. It provides equipment for faculty and student use, such as projectors and film. The faculty of the Center conduct courses in audio-visual and media. In addition, they produce films, video- and audio-tapes, filmstrips, and transparencies for faculty and students. Library Services muh 'ahh f..,W..W..,..,,,-..i..,-.r,.,,. Y. . eww , 1 4-mz1,-f,w:. f ' V ' H y i, I its ' ,, ,.,, g As College Librarian, Mr. Robert Hampton oversees the workings of the William Allen White Library. He sup- ervises the selection and purchasing of books, keeping the library's collection complete and up-to-date. He submits an annual budget to the college budget committee, and continually keeps records of the library's transactions. 134 In developing the plans for the library addition, he worked closely with the state architect to keep the design in agree- ment with the needs of the college. Mr. Hampton is assist- ed in running the library by Miss Irene Hansen, Associate Librarian, and eighteen additional full-time librarians. Research and Grants The Research and Grants Center is established to assist research and institute grant directors in the ad- ministration of projects and to promote project activity on the campus. The Office serves as liasion between grant directors and the College Business Office, General Office and Office of Admissions and Records. Secretarial assist- ance in typing, routing and distribution of proposals is provided as a service of the Center. Assistance in budgeting to meet agency, College and project requirements is also available. The Center maintains accounting records for each active grant supplemental to those maintained in the Business Office. A monthly financial statement of con- dition is furnished each grant director. The Office pro- vides assistance in research and statistical design as well. Dr. Glenn Crumb .mmm Ronald Pedigo and Stanley Laughlin f 135 Lloyd Edwards is the Director of Data Processing and Edu- cational Measurements. Data Processing and E ducational Measurements The Data Processing and Educational Measurements Center provides valuable services to the College. In the area of data processing, the Center prepares, analyzes, and maintains the data of the College, The services in educational measurements include the sale of standardized tests, test scoring, administration of tests, test development and publication, and statistical analysis of test data. ln addition to the services offered by the center, students make use of the facilities for data processing and programming classes conducted by the Division of Business and Business Education and the Mathematics Department. Donald Bell is Associate Director and Roy Gallup is Assistant Director. 136 School of Applied Arts And Sciences fren. W'-K usiness E-State's Division of Business and Business Educa- tion has 30 full-time faculty members, headed by Dr. Ray- mong B. Russell. The division offers B.A. and B.S. degrees in business and M.S. and Ed.S. in business education. The majority of the 1600 business majors are seeking business rather than education degrees. The curriculum includes accounting, business administration, data processing, secretarial, and vocational teacher education. Plans for the future include programs in co-operation with other de- partments and divisions within the school of Applied Arts and Sciences and a non-teaching M.S. degree. .g,-we W Pi Omega Pi, national business education honorary society, was founded at Northeast Missouri State on June 13, 1923. Since its establishment at KSTC in 1929, the Mu Chapter of Pi Omega Pi has been named the outstanding chapter in the nation three times at the national convention. Sponsored by Dr. George Walters and Mrs. Joyce Stutte, the 20 members participated in a business teacher conference, an honors banquet for business and business education students, a faculty Christmas party, scholarship awards, and the Chicago National Convention with an eye to progress in education for business. 91 Phi Bela Lambda W. 45, my Phi Beta Lambda State and National President, Lonnie ,N R. Kvasnicka. Phi Beta Lambda officers and advisors working on the legal documents of Phi Beta Lambda. From left to right is Wayne Anderson. Richard F. Reicherter, Local Advisor. Lonnie R. Kvasnicka, State and National President. and Jeffrey G. Bair. Local President. Phi Beta Lambda is a co-educational fraternity for students at the college or university level who are preparing for ca- reers in business and business education. This organization is devoted to providing young adults with educational vocational, and leadership experiences. Students are provided an opportunity to participate as individuals in group endeavors and projects. Phi Beta Lambda, which grew out of a proposal made by Dr. Hamden L. Forkner, Columbia University, during the school year of 1937-l938, and was accepted by the National Council for Business Education in 1940, has enjoyed continued growth and success. Dynamic changes have added depth to the original concept of Phi Beta Lambda. The Emporia State chapter has displayed initiative indicative of their leadership by chartering and establishing col- legiate chapters of the Administrative Management Society, Personnel Management Association, and American Manage- ment Association. The result has been to providejuniors and seniors with a means to meet and discuss specific interest with businessmen in particular fields. The members also learn how to hold office and direct the affairs of the group, how to work with rep- resentatives of other youth organizationsg and how to compete honorably with colleagues on the local, state, and national levels. . Besides broadening their scope, they have continued to maintain and better their past performance. At the state convention, hosted by the Emporia State chapter for the past twelve years, they won the largest chapter membership. Lonnie Kvasnicka was elected state president and other honors won were the chapter exhibit, original project, and chapter activities report. Nine events were won by the Emporia State chapter, the winners were: Rick Hyman, Mr. Future Business Executive, Jane Yates, Miss Future Business Executive, Don Glenn, Mr. Future Business Teacher, Elain Rankin, Miss Future Business Teacher, Lonnie Kvasnicka, Extermporaneous Speaking, Deena Donovan, Advanced Short- hand, Mary Ann Wanner, Beginning Typewriting, Janice Miner, Production Typewriting, and Glenda Barrett, Business English Essentials. Phi Beta Lambda Officers at Kansas State Teachers College: ledt to right: Dave Honza, Kent Ruyan, Jerry Scott, Lonnie R. Kvasnicka, Wayne Anderson, Mike Lancaster, Terry Heintzelman, Ken Ford, Larry Pease, Jeff Bair, Marvin Brinkman, Mike Hoppman, and Rick Ditzler. A g M ir,-uw -f A,h i ,,,i,.i4 . .. MMf,,,,5w,fvgy1f.iW.: 7- .fc was .V,W.,.wam2waz4:as::ai:qaawweW.. i,i,a.M-Y' f.a,es.m,,,,,wwmawaaw Qzwe .Mr sunk Lonnie R. Kvasnicka, State and National President of Phi Beta Lambda, visits with the very popular recording star Johnny Mathis at the National Phi Beta Lambda Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. James Metzger expresses views at the First General Session of Phi Beta Lambda. Metzger is also Chairman of the State- Phi Lambda Advisory Board. . Mr. Raymond E. Bair, Business Manager of Monk's in Rochester, New York, is presented Awards as Outstanding Honorary Phi Beta Lambda Member for the 1970-71 year. From left to right: Mrs. Raymond E. Bair, Lonnie R. Kvasnicka, State and National President, Larry Blockinger, Dave Brown, Mr. Ray- mond E. Bair, Mrs. Jeffrey G. Bair and Larry Pease. 14 ummm-md-'Sf gf Local members of Phi Beta Lambda at Kansas State Teachers College in Emporia, Kansas attend general session in the Colonial Ballroom. Representatives from the Emporia State chapter went to the national convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania last June. At the convention Lonnie Kvasnicka was elected national president. National recognition was received for largest chapter membership, chapter activities report, and the most outstanding Phi Beta Lambda chapter in the nation. Mr. Rick Hyman placed second in National Future Mr. Business Executive contest. Jane Yates placed second in National Future Miss Business Executive contest and the Parliamentary Team, composed of Kent Ruyan, Phil Messerve, Wayne Anderson, Dale Washburn and Janet Barwin, placed 5th in the nation. The State Chairman is Richard F. Reicherter, Assistant State Chairman, Marcella Mouser, Nona Berghaus, James Kirby, are the State Advisors. Phi Beta Lambda strives to develop leadership by aiding individuals to profit by their mistakes and take suggestions and criticisms directed toward improvement of themselves, so that they may serve business and their community in the future. Activities ofthe Lambda chapter include monthly chapter meetings with speakers selected from various branches of business, fall membership picnic, sponsoring FBLA in the high schools, annual Career Day and Placement Seminar, and traveling to AMS and PMA meetings. "Phi Beta Lambda's Search." From left to right: Rick Ditzler, Mike Hottman, and Marvin Brinkman. MW' fig none- "Man and His Destiny!" Richard F. Reicherter, Lo- cal Adviser at Emporia State. 1 A Awards Banquet at State Phi Beta Conference at Emporia State. "Feeding the Multitudes," at the Phi Beta Lambda fall picnic at Hammond Park. "Cooks Serve it UP at Phi Beta Lambda Picnic." From left to right: Jeffrey Bair, Phil Meserve Mrs. Jeffrey Bair, Wayne Anderson, and Debbie Ransom. si we New . hu. , .M 144 Mfxiigegfivi t t K it as ,.,.,,, ,M img .--, , ., , - .. T Health Physical Education and Recreation The Health and Physical Education program is two- fold. First, it provides activities for everyone at his own level of ability, which, according to Dr. Norris A. Patter- son, Chairman ofthe division, is the'program's main con- cern. This means providing recreational, intramural, and varsity events, as well as programs in adaptive physical education. Secondly, it provides professional training for majors who plan to go into teaching and coaching. There are approximately five hundred majors in Physical Edu- cation, one hundred ofwhich are graduate students. Many new activities are planned. Intramural sports will be emphasized, along with an increase in men's and women's intercollegiate activities. New graduate and undergraduate degrees are proposed in recreation and health education. I K X mmm, Alpha Beta officers, back row: Shari Romig, vice presidentg Diane How- ard, editor: front row: Julia Yeater. president: Mary Ann Steele, treas- urer: Diane Murphy, secretary. Alpha Beta Founded and sponsored by the head of the Depart- ment of Womens Physical Education Miss Jeanne Galley, Alpha Beta is an honorary service organization for women in physical education. Since its founding in 1956, the members have joined in the mutual purpose of promoting scholarship and pro- fessional attitudes among themselves. Activities participated in this year were scholarship awards, tutoring services for Women Physical Education majors, bulletins, and picnics. Women 's Recreation Association To encourage a greater interest and wider participa- tion in sports, to create a love of sports, to stimulate creative ability and improvement in motor skills and to foster the ideals of sportsmanship and good health are all goals of E-State's Women's Recreation Association. The organization was founded here in the fall of 1912 and joined the Athletic Recreation Federation of College Women when it was founded in March of 1917 in Madison, Wisconsin. Highlights of the year sponsored by WRA were the Aquettes Swim Show, Rhythmic Circle Dance Concert, fall playday, ski trip, and spring picnic. Members send letters to alumni concerning the Alpha Beta Bulletin and contributions for the Alpha Beta Scholarship Fund. Left to right: Susan Bove, Linda Yeager, Diane Murphy, Charlotte Comley, Shari Romig, and Betty Walters. Aquettes annual swim show is sponsored by WRA. ,B,,t.1':.!.. M, gggm' '--f 4 CI u 6 Z I 6 S Back row: Ronda Young, Kay Krustufek, Peggy Palmer, Marsha Guerrant, Donna Tribble, Parma Anderson, Gay Bauersfeld, Barbara Freeburg, Linda Connell, Brenda Baker, Jan Toot, Charlotte Wileyg front row: Susan Bove, Terri Snyder, Kathy Price, Debbie Jefferies, Janis Hill, Jo Wentz, secretary-treasurer, Barb Booth, vice president, Connie Hawkins, Debby Greene, choreography chairman, Shari Romig, Christie McAdoo. The Aquettes are E-State's synchronized-swimming club. lt is made up of 26 girls who spend their two hour "meeting" each week in the pool practicing for the Swim Show which is sponsored by the Women's Recreation As- sociation. Like the WRA, Aquettes is open to any KSTC coed. Tryouts are held in the fall with judging based on basic strokes, general appearance, and potential for master- ing skills. - , , ?Yi, W0men's Ph ysical Education Club The purpose of the Women's Physical Education Club is to promote leadership, professional advancement, and social relationships. Through active participation, each member is provided with excellent opportunities to acquaint herself with faculty members and other majors and to learn the professional side of physical education. Meetings for this year will include such things as: a picnic, a campout, fun night, professional meetings, and Senior Farewell. Bi-annually Women's Physical Education Club has a parent's day to help explain and to show the depart- ment to the parents. Women's Physical Education Club is proud and excited about the excellent opportunities offered to its members to become involved professionally and socially. The Home Economics Department offers the B.S.E. degree in Vocational Home Economics and other options. Course offerings include interior design, household equip- ment, foods, nutrition, dietetics, clothing, textiles, fashion design, family living, child development, and the profes- sional education courses. Many of the two hundred majors intend to teach, but other areas, such as research and community-oriented positions including social welfare work and public utility demonstration positions are avail- able. Dr. Charleen M. Varner heads the department, which has four full-time faculty members. They sponsor an open house on Parents Day, and participate in all campus events. Dr. Varner would like to see expansion of the department's present programs, and an interdisciplinary program in- volving the Home Economics Department with others in the school. Home E Conomics is--at ii- 'lbfwuv 47 Home Economics Chapter 2 Back row: Diane Wiens, .lo Ann Rohling, Nancy Uhl, Diana Hook, Linda Tredway, Connie Howard, Linda Crawshaw, Jane Franz, Charleen Brazil, second row: Janet Stewart, Betheen Hopkins, Beth Royster, Sharon Blender, Dixie Smith, Lois Temple, Barbara Smith, LaBon Land, Marsha Guerrant, Judy Shey, Barbie Jo Pike, Patty Peterson, third row: Lynn Thompson, Diane Cooper, .lan Lair, Wanda Griffith, .lean Noyes, Mary Ann Wagman, Linda Ferree, Pam Oholendy, Charlene Kabriel, Charlene McGraw, Paula Bross, Nikii Showers, Miss Cox, sponsor, front row: Cathy Tegarden, treasurer, Jeannine Boyle, vice president, Diana Pock, president, Nada Hawthorne, historian, Karen Turner, social chairman, Carol Ratinger, Wanda Preston, Marilyn Miller, Sandy Gunlock, Ann Reber, secretary, Doris Alexander, etty Rowley, publicity. As a division of the Kansas Home Economics Asso- ciation, the Home Economics Chapter has as its purpose the promotion ofthe profession of Home Economics and the complimenting of the Home Ee curriculum. Sponsored by Miss Alvena Cox and Dr. Charleen Varner, the members participate in the following yearly events: Blood Mobile, Organization Night, Spring ban- quet, state and national conventions, and the Future Home Economics Career Day. Also affiliated with the Home Ec chapter is Theta Epsilon, the Home Ec honor group which is sponsored by Mrs. Marion Wilson. 148 rial Arts X i The Industrial Arts division, under the direction of Dr. Charles Bell and six full-time faculty members, offers the BA., B.E.E., and M.S. degrees. The departmental emphasis is both educational and vocational. The ap- proximately l75 majors gain skills in the areas of auto mechanics, drafting, electricity and electronics. metal- working, and woodworking. The department has recently begun to offer courses in industrial plastics. Among the new equipment received this year is a chasis dynanometer for the auto mechanics laboratory. This machine will be able to simulate road testing to determine the functioning of the automobile under actual conditions. With the in- creased interest in these areas, the department hopes to expand the fields of auto mechanics and electronics, as well as to provide further depth and correlation in other areas. Visiting faculty member John Thompson surveys the work ofthe sum- mer Design Seminar. 000009 14 X1 QW 7, w 1 s . M wan' Epsilon Pi Tau Skill, social and professional proficiency, and research Specific services are rendered by the club in offering are emphasized by Epsilon Pi Tau. The organization is an scholarships and providing the department and the college International Honorary Professional Fraternity operating with scholarship plaques. The school year is climaxed with in the fields of Industrial Arts Education and Industrial an initiation banquet for new members featuring an out- Vocational Education. Epsilon Pi Tau is noted for its fine standing speaker. history dating to l949 and its high scholastic requirements for admission. 1 .im 5 ' gb Back row: Norman L. Ashbaugh, Glen Atherley, Phares Bross, John Merrifield, Harold 0. Woods, James Weinman, Carl Rolf, Harold D. Deweese: row two: Wilbur Mitchell, alumni trustee, Orlin J. Zink, Maurice J. Bennings, Donald Allen, Arlen D. Regier, Charles L. Belle, co-trustee, Leslie Neff, Otto Eu- banksg row three: John A. Ackeret, Virden Turner, R. Dale Hogan, co-trustee, Harold Bryan, Melvin Diller, Steven Begshaw, secretary-treasurer, Richard Keefover, president, E. L. Barnhart, trusteeg row four: Donald M. Froelich, Steven Gich, Ronald Miller, assistant secretary-treasurer, Dennis Belsha, histor- ian, Jerry Keller, Jay Houser, Leon Seiwert, vice president. 151 W ff ky L '- W ff 52? 0 f , ,f mia , f WW, , nu .Hi ya ., , Research and Laboratory Experiences The Department of Research and Laboratory Experiences consists of everything that can be found in Butcher Elementary School and Roosevelt Middle School, including twenty-seven faculty members and a varied assortment of students. The schools serve as a testing ground for new ideas and teaching methods, as well as providing an educational experience for the kids. Several departments of the college are actively involved in this work. Primary emphasis is placed upon giving the students a good education, but the school system also incorporates observer- participants and student teachers into its programs. The Chairman ofthe Department, and director of both schools, is Dr. Arthur Brill. He came to K.S.T.C. in July of 1969 from Indiana University, where he worked with laboratory schools for four years. When asked for his philosophy ofeducation, he said, "School's for kids." 153 Counselor E ducatlon 4 The Department of Counselor Education, under the direction of Dr. Harry J. Waters, offers the M.S. and Ed.S. degrees. The department has five full-time faculty members who instruct the 250 majors in the areas of elementary and secondary school counseling, as well as vocational reha- bilitation counseling and student personnel work in higher education. They hope to expand the program for ele- mentary school counselors and for those in higher educa- tion. The department helps sponsor the pupil personnel services and Administrators Conference in the fall, and, according to recent statistics, has prepared nearly one- third of all qualified counselors in the state of Kansas. Currioul and Instruction The Department of Curriculum and Instruction com- poses an important part of the School of Education and Psychology, and with several hundred junior and senior majors is one of the largest in the entire college. With twenty-two full-time faculty members, it offers the B.S.E., M.S., and Ed.S. degrees in early childhood, elementary, and secondary education. According to the Chairman, Dr. Vincent J. Bowman, the department offers "courses to improve the competency of the individual in the classroom, for early childhood, elementary and secondary teachers, and teachers of read- ing." The department offers many summer workshops and summer school classes to facilitate certification re- newal for in-service people. A continuous re-evaluation is also in progress. An innovative tW0-Semester program of teacher preparation was initiated this spring. Reading Center The Reading Center deals with a wide scope ofreading difficultiesa-from elementary school children to college students. Its staff conducts a summer reading clinic for elementary school students, and operates a diagnostic clinic to serve the public schools. They work closely with the staff of Butcher Childrens School. For college students, there exists a reading study improvement program with an annual enrollment of about one hundred freshman. Through the Center, a Masters degree in Education with emphasis on either Elementary or Secondary Reading is offered. Back row tl to rl: Dr. Darrell Wood, Advisor, Roberta Barstow, Nancy Speer, Mary Butel, Barbara Booth, Geral Whitt: 2nd row: Connie Lake, Carol Janke, Diane McClanahan, Kathy Quinton, Sondra Seymour, Shirley Albers, Kay Howkg lst row: Marti Himple, Mary Beth, Leslie Lojan, Linda Jordan, Mary Bedigrew, Doris Alexander. ' Student Education Association The Student Education Association's year at K.S.T.C. members, the SEA works in various activities in conjunc- was highlighted with the honor of hosting the State Con- tion with the Education Department at KSTC. Moreover, vention. This high point was complemented by the SEA the club is working with high schools to form new FTA Christmas party, spring picnic, Master Teacher Tea, rep- QFuture Teachers of Americaj Chapters and is urging resentation at the National Conference, and the raising of members to actively support the 56,500 minimum salary money for scholarships. ' for teachers proposed on the state level. The purpose of the Student Education Association, The membership of SEA is open to all students one of the largest clubs on campus, is to acquaint the stu- majoring in either elementary or secondary education dents with the teaching field, its processes and functions. and provides two monthly educational journals, one In its endeavors to form profession attitudes within its quarterlymagazine,andalocalchapter newsletter. Back row ll to ry: Robert Hegarty, Jean Johanson, Susan Jo Somebody, Kathy Tiptanq 2nd row: Kathy Parsons, Georgetta Miller, Susan Mohney, Virginia Daniels, Margie McLeodg lst row: Barbara Peat, Sheri Thistleway, Jackie Udall, Dr. Davis, Advisor. u,g:.--- 'P ,ff -S-1.-.-'ik ,,., . C School Administration The Department of School Administration which is headed by Dr. W. Eugene Werner is a graduate program offering the M.S. and Ed.S. degrees. The four full-time faculty members and over 150 degree candidates place the departmental emphasis on educational administration. Basic curriculum involves hdeveiopment of skills and at- titudes for elementary and secondary school principals, school superintendents, and post-secondary administrative positions, including community colleges, community schools, and, adult education." The departmental event for the year is the secondary school principals workshop. Plans for the future include emphasis on humanization of educational administration, internship programs, and im- plementation of a community college center. Community College The community college, or junior college, plays an increasingly important role in our societyg it is therefore necessary to provide a program of education specifically for those who intend to enter this field. With this philoso- phy in mind, K.S.T.C. created the position of Director of Community College Education, which is now filled by Dr. Carl Heinrich. This year Dr. Heinrich was primarily occupied with the development of a program to be implemented in follow- ing years. The program itself is three-fold. leirst is teacher preparation, which is for full-time students, and involves course work and internship. The second division is in- service training, which is aimed at continuing the education of people already in the field who are able to take courses or attend seminars, both during the academic year and in the summer. The third phase of the program is research. In cooperation with K.U. and K.S.T.C., studies are being made and new ideas are explored. The three sections work together to produce higher-quality personnel for the com- munity college. Dr. Heinrich came to K.S.T.C. July l, 1970. Before then, he had worked with the State Department of Educa- tion in the area of community colleges, so that he was al- ready fully acquainted with the situation in the state, and could utilize his own background in developing the pro- gram here. 157 Kappa Delta Pi Ag Al Back Row: Joan Thieme, Teresa Bates, Roberta Daniels, Brenda Peterson, Wanda Regier, Carolyn Jobe, presidentg Nancy Miller, Joyce Bartley, Mary Butelg second row: Hetty Haughton, Linda Higley, Beth McCoy, Peggy Gillman, Cathy Tegarden, Jo Anne Cash, Carol Bertels, Shari Romig, Patricia Ran- som, third row: William Edwards, sponsorg Carlee Noland, Carol Snell, Sondra Seymour, Sandra Jones, Susan Williams, Rosemary Prattg front row: Patsy Wells, Jean McMannis, Linda Ammel, Donna Enlow, Jeanne Friesen, Dennis Pratt. E-State's honor society in education, Kappa Delta Pi, is pledged to the goal of encouraging high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to the recogni- tion of outstanding contributions in education. Those invited to join KDP are juniors and seniors who are enrolled in education, have a GPA of 3.3, and have performed outstanding work in education. Among the Kappa Delta Pi activities are the Scholar- ship Reception for those listed on the President's Honor Roll, a volunteer tutoring program, two Outstanding Member Awards, fall and spring initiation ceremonies, a spring banquet, and the Master Teacher Reception. 158 Back row: Darla Botkin, Karen Turner, Patricia Cartwright, Teena Plum, Delores Davisg row two: Jo Anne Cash, Sondra Seymour, Patricia Compton, Virginia Ponder, advisor, row three: Kate Edwards, Pam Johnson, Barb Eaton, Mary Fesmire. Pi Lambda Theta is an honor and professional asso- ciation for women in education. Its purposes are to recog- nize women of superior scholastic achievement and high potential for leadership, to foster creativity and academic excellence, to support the function of education in a de- mocracy, to contribute to the solution of educational, so- cial, and cultural problems, and to promote fellowship and cooperation. Each member is selected after being sponsored by one faculty member in education and one active member of the chapter. She must also have given evidence of superior scholastic achievement, possess personal integrity and leadership qualities, have completed one half of the aca- demic work required for the baccalaureate degree, and be an education major at K.S.T.C. for at least one semester. Graduate students are also eligible for membership. During this year the Pi Lambda Thetas have attended monthly meetings which further educational endeavors, in- crease patriotism, and broaden appreciation of mankind. They have also participated in caroling at rest homes and a no-smoking drive. The organization was founded in 1910 at the Uni- versity of Missouri, and the Beta Theta Chapter was or- ganized at E-State by Dr. Eleanor Hoag on Jan. 8, 1966. Officers for the l970-7l school year are president, Janet Simplerg vice president, Delores Davis, secretary, Pat Cartwright, treasurer, Sharilyn Jankeg historian, Lee Ann Cammel. Pi Lambda Theta Back row: Carol Smith, Kathy Howard, Wanda Regier, Sharon Alexander: row two: Sharilyn Jahnke, Dianna Rooney, Phyllis Swisher: row three: Leslie Logan, Donna Enlow, Carlee Noland. Back row ll to rj Leonard Blggs Shlrla Fursman Judy Sansone Becky Davls Kathy Heldt Bobble Daniels Mlss Vance Larry K uth Mr Shephers Thlrd row: Rose Wilt, Kay Rooney Mary Ellen Mci onnell Georgetta Muller Janet Hammond Janice Nunokawa Jean Kerr Jana Chambus Susan Vornholt Second row: Donna Lendo Carol Wedll Candy Carpenter Jan Green Marty Dunlnant Susan Norris Leslie Logan Sheryl Stevens Susan Wllhamson Jean Jenningsg l-lrst row Sharon Biggs Marlene 7lmmer lols Wesseler Jodv Thomas Standing, left to nght Dr Willard Stlbal sponsor Terence Kurz Jerry Lonard hrstorlan Leonard Biggs Steven Haffener Tom Lonard treasurer Dennls Messickg seated, left to nght Davld Wolln Jeff Llpp president Gerold Whltt Glenn Sakaguchl not pictured Davld Brewer Vlce President Steve Nutter Steve Sakaguchi Psychology The Psychology Department is headed by Dr. Dal H. Cass and has fourteen full-time faculty members. The de- partment offers undergraduate and graduate work in a number of areas including straight psychology, psychology as a teaching field, teaching the mentally handicapped and the emotionally disturbed, and school psychology. The department has approximately six hundred under- graduate majors and minors and around one hundred full and part-time graduate students. The department's under- graduate offerings include a broad coverage of theory, and systems, experimentation, statistics, testing, ab- normal, and applied psychology. The Masterls degree in psychology is offered for the student who plans to continue his training at the doctoral level. The Master's and Specialist's degrees are offered in school psychology and several areas of special educa- tion. 161 Psz Chi Back row Byron Miller Mike McKee Terry Williams Diane Worland James Shepard, Dr. Dal H. Cass, sponsorg second row: Beverly DeWater, David Mclichron Susan Shults John B Long Sarah Whaley front row Margaret Holdeman, Ann Winters, Roberta Daniels, Virginia Aldape, Anita Smith, Caro- The Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia chapter of Psi Chi, a National Honorary Society of Psy- chology is open to all psychology majors, minors, and special education majors who have an overall GPA of 2.85 and 3.00 in 8 hours ofpsychology. The organization was established on campus in May 18, 1964, promoting the professionalism of psychology. The 1970-71 year of Psi Chi was very successful. Twenty- four new members were pledged to the KSTC chapter. Psi Chi held eight meetings during the school year. There were guest speakers, films, and group discussions. The spring initiation banquet was held in April. The officers for Psi Chi in 1970-71 were: President, Timothy Paulg Vice-president, Roberta Daniels, Secretary, Anita Cappg and Treasurer, Sarah Whaley. School of Graduate and Professional Studies ww-4 Librarianship The Kansas State Teachers College Department of Librarianship, established in 1902, is one of fifty-one ac- credited library schools in North America. The purpose ofthe library school is to provide professional education and training for persons who wish to prepare for a career in Librarianship. There are twelve full-time faculty members headed, from July 1 to January 15, by the interim administrator, Margaret Stutzman. Norman Clarke took over as perman- ent head ofthe department during second semester. Q5 L , S in .TQ 1 ' 'fr A ' qljqslgxgjlx ' Elaine Lobl Konigsburg won the William Allen White Children's Book Award for 1970 for her book, From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frank weiler. vw-m....t,quh-K Standing: Norma Allender, Jo lris Smith, Teresa Doerr, Steven Craft, Lynda Walker, Fred Parris, Patricia Farnsworth, Ruth Olive Maier, Sonja Borchero, Glenn Sundvold. Virginia Martin, Vicki Brovvn, Mary Alice Beck, Sally Cosad: seated: Susanne Bradley. Susan Brownell, Kathleen Grimes, Michaelyn Burnette, Virginia Quiring, Sister Mary Aloysia Palmer, Mary Young, Sylvia Blanding, Walter Hartmetz, Susan Clark. Library Club The Library Club has become an increasingly active part of the graduate library school,inot only for social activities but as a student organization involved in cur- riculum planning and other academic activities. The club is consulted frequently in departmental planning. Officers are: Jud Hartmetz, President: Linda Walker. Vice-President: Nancy Bintner, Secretaryg Allen Mills, Treasurer. Standing: Gertrude Haight, Janice Schnall, Barbara Fluscher, Ramona Lin, Richard Li, Allen Nlills, Dale Thomas. fhinh Tran. Octavio Rojas, Ngoc Oanh Le. Nancy Bintner, Virgil Watkins, Pat Mickelson, Katherine Facklam, Marion Klievver: seated: Linda Vandervelde, Arvina Lumley, Jean Pike, Delores Sundbye, Bernice Brady, Megan Isaac, Katherine Marshall, Carol Wiesner, Gloria Rojas, Sharon Gentry, Gwendolyn Black, Marilis Sukut, Marsha Liv- ingston. 6 School of Liberal Arts and Sciences 'F Fit! iyfifi ffifgli' 5559: sdsf wtf' ,ff :wg swf? 4132 Art The Art Department offers a wide range of art experi- ences in the visual arts. The Department's role in the general education pro- gram is designed to develop members of society who are aware of the place of art in our cultural heritage and who are responsive to the process and product of creative ac- tivity. The art faculty is made up of practicing artists who offer a variety of courses concerned with the practice theory and history of art. Supplementing the course offerings and serving the larger college community, the Art Department sponsors the College Art Gallery, which brings a series of exhbitions to Emporia during the year. Left to right: Rex Hall, John Kudlacek, Bill Bagley, Donald Johnson, Brian Cook Zoran Stevanov Norman Epplnk Wyatt McCrea Richard Sllmon Don Hazelrigg. fm' 'EW -mu! . T V wiv I 'Y gr M ,!,s,.s"23 7'3" 52, ,ff WG 1 5 1 Q g, my , M- M g ,tk "Ha M 4 f i My ,Wy ,ff .YN R I M a , .9 I W .- if K ' if 4, Lmer, J - ff , 9 . ' 5X 2 M-W or -. J www f - gk'-fm ' W If at , ,,.. 1 Q 'fx t ' ,vi Biology Dr. Edwin Kurtz heads the Biology Department which offers the B.A., MA., B.S.E., and Ed.S. degrees. The 20 faculty members teach 360 majors in a curriculum of basic biology and specializations in both pure and applied sci- ence. The future plans of the department are more indi- vidualization of classes, building up the Ross Natural His- tory Reservation and continuing the Wyoming Wilderness program. Other goals ofthe department are student in- volvement in the department through committees, which has been used for two years, and through undergraduate and graduate research grants and non-classroom classes. 169 Beta Bela Beta Beta Beta Beta is an honorary organization for biology students. Its purpose is to extend the boundaries of man's knowledge of nature by encouraging new discov- eries through scientific investiga- tion. Sponsored by Dr. H. Michael Lefever and Dr. Edwin Kurtz, the select group participated in biology work days at Ross Natural History Reservation, Audubon Screen Tours, Biorama, presentation of the Out- standing Biology Student Awards to one underclassman and one upper- ' classman, and the Biology tutoring program. Caduceus Society K.S.T.C.'s Caduceus Society is a pre-professional organization aim- ed at providing information concern- ing training for and practice ofthe healing arts. The monthly meetings of the group feature speakers from various medical fields. In addition, this year the group took its annual 5 ? field lfip to WlChll3 hospital and Back row: John Stow. Dr. H. Michael Lefever, sponsor, Tom Kowalsky. Jim lVIcLinden. presidentg Clinic, row two: Gerald Ohmes, Wayne Howard, Larry Whipple: front row: Marilyn Sigler, Patsy Rhodes. Back row: Sam Jimenson, Mark Ensman, Janet Painter, vice president, Jim Farley, Buddy Smithg second row: John Scott, Kay Hamilton, Vicki Courtnay Susan Stephenson, Yvonne Wagonerg third row: Georgeanna Scott, president, Deborah Biggs, treasurer, Diana Kukuk, Ellen Schopp, Linda Miller: seated Tom Gibson, Herman, club mascot. Not pictured: LouAnn James. ' fs we QW as -. 3 be ff E 4' Llgs 4.-fl if 1 Back row: Robert Boles, sponsor. Mark Ensman, Dwight Spencer, sponsor Fred Woods Thomas Kowalskv Dallas Burton Gerald Ohmes treasurer Jay Andersen, president, Lanny Crupper, project chairman, Larry Whipple: second row Norma Fox 'Vlarilyn Sigler biology senator Debra Gorden project chairman, Charles Lutz, W'ayne Howard, Robert A. King, Randy Huston, Jim McMurray third row Patty Cope assistant program chairman Linda Miller Sharon Mattox, historian, Walter E. Boles, vice president, Vicki Courtnay, Y wonne Wagoner Jim McLlnden Biology Club The purpose ofthe Biology Club is to instill and de- velop the interest of its members in a deeper understanding of the biological sciences. The group which is sponsored by Dr. Robert Boles and Dr. Dwight Spencer is open to any interested student. Members participate in various activities including Biorama, an annual Wild Game Dinner, work days at Ross Natural History Reservation, and presentation of the Frank Agrelius Scholarship. English A faculty of 27 full-time instructors, eight of whom hold the Ph.D. degree, and ten graduate teaching assistants make up the staff of the Department of English, offering the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Education, and Master of Arts. The Head of the Depart- ment, Dr. Charles E. Walton, has been influential in bring- ing to the campus each year a number of distinguished literary personalities, critics, and professors to conduct seminars and work directly with English students and fac- ulty, both in graduate and undergraduate study. This year, Father Walter J. Ong, Renaissance critic and teacher from Saint Louis University, and Peter Arnott, Professor of Speech at Tufts University, were visiting lecturers in the department. The English faculty is also engaged in de- veloping a new curriculum designed to permit a greater amount of flexibility in its various programs. The department is affiliated with a literary club, Quivira, the members of which hold regular monthly dis- cussions of works by students and contemporary authors. This group also publishes, annually, an edition of original manuscripts by students. This year, an organization of English majors and minors has worked closely with the faculty in selecting and arranging programs for visiting speakers. Dr. Walton with Father Ong, writer and teacher at Uni- versity of St. Louis. Dr. Walton, Francis Warner, poet, and Cleanth Brooks, critic. Carolyn Gordon, poet, and Francis Warner. 7 r --- - Foreign Language The Department of Foreign Languages offers under- graduate degrees in French, German, Latin, Russian, and Spanish, and an M.S. in French, German, and Spanish. Dr. David E. Travis, chairman of the department, and twelve faculty members conduct classes in the literature, culture, and linguistics of each of the five languages. There is also instruction in the field of teacher education, since many of the 150 majors plan to teach. The department has set up an exchange program with the Universidad In- dustrial de Santander in Bucaramunga, Colombia, and conducts study tours of Latin America. In the future, they hope to develop a similar study tour of Europe, and to offer the M.A. degree in French, German, and Spanish. 174 XV: if ,,,.t g .1-. my ..-,Q . t jf. .,,f ' W H- if 4,9 w 'W K 2 f ai 7 Mus., 5 Q 9 . s.,....- i i V. Back row: John Nolan, Rick Denney, Judy Landis, Patty Kramer, Joyce Testori. Richard Porter, Judy Crumb, Dr. Oscar Hernandez, sponsor, Front row: Susan Epley, Ann McLinden, Wilma Crenshaw, Vicki Sloan, Patty Radford, Alice Ammel, Carol Kolb, Marilyn Probst, Katherine Kotsch. Spanish Club Pi Delta Phi The Spanish Club is made up of students with an in- terest in the Spanish language. It is open to all students. Pi Delta Phi iS the National French Honor Seeietv l0f Meetings consist of parties, showing of slides, and dis- advaneed Freneh Students who have a high grade point CUSSi0rlS C0neerning the Culture of Spanish-speaking average both in French and in general studies, and who countries. The club is also affiliated with Sigma Delta Pi, are interested in the Freneh language, literature, and the National Honor Society for Spanish students. Culture. Back row: Paul K. Dungan, Abdellatif Zhiri, Dan Brown, Richard Roach: row two: Brenda King, Herman Dubon, Susan Harris, Mary Jane O'Brieng row three: Sherry Michael, Arlene Hohl, Valerie Lysaught, Rosalie Cooper: front row: Paul H. Rastatter, sponsor, Janice Burkett, Rebecca Hurst, Carol Brene- man. ,ar 17? YN e9 K 4 Mathematics The Mathematics Department is headed by Dr. Mar- ion P. Emerson, and has a faculty of fourteen. The de- partment has approximately two hundred majors working on B.A., B.S.E., MA., M.S., and Ed.S. degrees. Most of them are concentrating on education. Graduates of the department have a thorough understanding of all aspects of mathematics. The department has a unique system of keeping up-to-date on developments in the field of mathe- matics and new teaching methods through weekly faculty seminars. 176 Back row: Nlike Brandley. Ron Stair. Bill Gress, Bryan Schurle. William Mullins Dr Burger second row Bernard Walter Dee Widler Ken Taylor Lewis Bambick, Dale Germeroth. Phil Amburn, Les Kinslergthird row: Cindy Butts Rozanna lmhoff Nancy Edwards Pam lngles Mrs Allison faculty Beth Nlcfoy. Barbara Holwickq front row: John Hundley, treasurer: Patsy Wells vice president Jim Williams president Linda Hlgley secretary Francis Thompson, historian: Dr. Tom Bonner. faculty sponsor. Not pictured: Mr. C harles Tucker chapter sponsor Kappa Mu Epsilon The purpose of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to recognize achievements in mathematics. Among the activities ofthe honorary organization are math seminars. math contests. a National Convention. spring and fall picnics. a Christ- mas party. inter-departmental sports events, and an lniti- ation Banquet. The Kansas Beta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon was founded in I934. li was the second chapter established in the state of Kansas. Since that time over 750 persons have been initiated into the chapter. Kappa Mu Epsilon has recently become part ofthe National Honor Societies organization. Music The Teachers College Department of Music, a mem- ber ofthe National Association of Schools of Music, offers its 250 majors degrees in composition, theory, music edu- cation, musicology, and performance. Dr. B. A. Nugent heads a full-time faculty of twenty-eight, as well as a num- ber of performing artists, composers-in-residence, and other professional people. According to Dr. Nugent, the Music Department has a strong commitment to music teachers through a per- formance and liberal arts approach. To this end more than 150 recitals, concerts. special lectures and seminars were held. Highlights this year were the presentation of Ravel's opera, "L' Heure Espagnolf' the performances of the newly organized Citizens Chamber Orchestra, the hosting of the Festival of 20th Century Music, and tours by the Mens Chorale. Symphonic Band, and Treble Clef. The Sym- phonic Band performed a special concert at the South- western Conference of MENC in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Several faculty artists are now under professional management. including the Mid-America Woodwind Quin- tet and the McLarry-Cowley Yeomans Trio. THE MID-AMERICA WOODWIND QUINTET WILLIAM CAPPS, French H om THERESA TURLEY, Bassoon IAMES FLEISHER, Clarinet JAMES CORTON, Oboe LEONE BUYSE, Flute The Mid-American Woodwind Quintet is comprised of live faculty members of the Kansas State Teachers College Music Department, under the management of Pryor-Menz in Iowa. They gave approximately twenty- five concerts this year across the country as well as on campus. 7 Symphonic Orchestra B. A. Nugent, Conductor VIOLIN I: BASSES: FRENCH HORNS: Fowler, Pam, Concertmistress 'McLarry, Lacy Wright, Anita Heinze, Elaine Gustafson, Karen Crocker, Bill Baber, Kim Sayler, Larry VIOLIN II: Smith, Arlan, Principal Visser, Mary Crocker, Marilyn Comley, Charlotte Simpson, Marietta Wiley, Charlotte Tressler, Linda Burch, Philip Munson, Carol VIOLAS: Kepner, Jackie, Principal Theis, Michael Boese, Barbara Duncan, Jacqueline 'Baber, Joseph Yeomans, Marcia Embry, Robert CELLOS: Retzer, Louise, Principal Strcet, Darene T esch, Janet 'Cowley, David Cuykendall, Deborah Hurst, Elizabeth 'Stuntzner, Edwin Hanlin, William June, Janice 180 Lockett, James, Principal Brown, Ronald Isaac, Deke Rude, Russell Kile, Donald FLUTES: Buyse, Leone, Principal Fritts, Clifford Wooddell, Jean OBOES: 'Gorton, James, Principal Judd, Daniel Sigler, Jeanette Norris, Susan ENGLISH HORN: Sigler, Jeanette CLARIN ETS: Buchanan Bonnie, Principal McDowell, Robert Cunningham, Bishop Shorthill, Allan BASS CLARINET: Shorthill, Allan BASSOONS: "Turley, Theresa, Principal Seitz, Pam TRUMPETS: McDaniel, Don, Principal Steinel, Michael Burney, Pat Gale, Gary Carton, Phil Esau, Donna, Principal Moege, Cary Jolley, Paul Trimmer, Ken Hellmer, Susan Gustafson, Ann Rocha, Connie TROMBONES: 'Wright, Thomas, Principal Kutina, Tom Lorenzo, Albert BASS TROMBONES: McCormick, Dana Dunham, Tom TUBA: Lathan, James PERCUSSION: Pratt, John McVaugh, Jack Jacobus, Peter XVoolery, Keith HARP: Bickford, Mary PIANO: Cerhardt, Kenneth ' Faculty f fxfffi '25 ul 7 , W " ' 4, 5 Q 6, as-'-1Q.nz Qi, ,Q-ia. 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QD! gui 51' I 1x ' 173,617 , - W. 1 Xxx X , ,J nj, 1 F-f,.,hj F4 V an ff- :m..- 4, M4 fy, 5 J was am Marching Band Willie Allemang, Earle Allen, Alice Ammel, Deborah Atkins, Robert Baker, Kirk Barfoot, David Barger, Gary Bodam, Jay Bond, Rebecca Bowman, Carol Brewer, Ronald Brown, Ward Brunkow, Patrick Burney, Richard Burney, Danny Clark, Jean Clark, Opal Clark, Cleta Cleous, Jim Cole, David Cox, Noel Dagnette, Teresa Daniels, Gary Davis, Robert Dieker, Cheta Dodder, Dianna Dotts, Alfred Ericson, Donna Esau, David Fastnacht, Jolene Feitz, Margaret Fenske, Dennis Fisher, Rebe Frankenbery, Clifford Fritts, Pamela Fry, Gary Gale, Constance Gale, Philip Garton, Wallace German, Peggy Griffeth, Sheryl Groening, Gay Hammons, Nancy Harlan, Keith Harrison, Susan Hellmer, Richard Hugunin, David Huss, Nancy Iseli, Alberta Jamison, Paul Jolley, Timothy Jones, Martha Kemp, Albert Kerby, Richard Kester, Zandre Kopp, Barbara Kukuk, James Lathan, Gary Lawson, Bradley Linville, James Lockett, Albert Lorenzo, David Luhn, Michael Mathis, Loren Matthew s, Marilee McBoyle, Dana McCormick, Daniel McCoy, Donald McDaniel, Robert McDill, Robert McDowell, Marcia McMullen, James McMurray, Rosemary Meagher, Gary Moege, Bonnie Nitzsche, Susan Norris, James Noyes, Michael 0'Malley, Deanna Painter, Jeffery Papa, Beverly Pew, Linda Pickett, John Pratt, Kenneth Priddy, Kim Ramsey, Edward Rathert, Danny Ray, Steven Raymer, Raymond Reed, Glenn Rodgers, Larry Ruzich, Jackie Sand- ers, Mary Saunders, Linda Schneider, Philip Scully, Barbara Sheets, Michael Shepherd, Allan Shorthill, David Siebert, Jeanette Sigler, Cynthia Sisler, Carolyn Stamm, Michael Steinel, Larry Stewart, David Thayer, Michael Theis, Jaclynn Udall, Gary Unruh, Michael Vierthaler, Michael Williams, Rick Woodbury, Craig Wright, Linda Wright, Nancy Wright, Keith Woolery, Jackie McVaugh, Bonnie Buchanan, Peter J acobus, Joy Merriman, Connie Rocha. Opera In December, the Music Depart- ment gave its annual production of scenes for Opera Workshop. The work- shop gives the students the oppor- tunity to work on scenes from Operas of various composers. These pictures show Ted Adkins and Linda Regier in a scene from Mozart's The Marriage 0fFigar0. The Music' Department also pre- sented Ravel's L' Heure Espagnole, April l-3, in Albert Taylor Hall. 18 4 Adams, Marilyn Adkins, Ted Albee, Deborah Alexander, Donna Anderson, Bettye Anderson, Leslie Andre, Carolyn Asp, Linda Atwell, Shirley Bainter, Paula Balding, Pam Balding, Caren Bauer, Janet Bautista, Michael Beran, Judy Berger, Robert Bernhardt, Kathy Birkley, Cathy Bobo, Caroline Boss, Nancy Bowers, Karen Brandt, Nancy Bridge, Maralyn Brown, Judy Burney, Dick Buster, Steven Caple, Damon Carroll. Pamela Clark, Marilyn Clark, Rhonda Clounch, Juanita Cowperthwaite, Carol aa' Q Q JUDY NITZSCHE Accompanzst Crow, Jeanne Curtis, Kay Dagenette, Noel Dalsing, Thomas Davis, Charles Dieker, Robert Dixon, Marian Doudican, Barbee Dowler, Leslie Dowler, Linda Edwards, Alfred Eichman, Janet Evans, Cheryl Evans, Robbie Fagerberg, Jeannine Fair, Pat Farrar, Linda Farrar, Steven Farrell, Joan Fassold, Carol Fassold, Cathy Fenske, Margret Finney, Kathleen Francis, Kloma Franz, Lynete Friend, Susan Fritts, Clifford Fuller, Doug Gerdel, Steve Gerhardt, Ken Giggy, Darla Gnagy, Cheryl Goering, Jodie Goodall, Janice Green, Deanna Griftity, Nancy Guier, Janet Harmon, Tim Harrell, Jerry Harris, Sharon Hastings, Carol Heinze, Elaine Hill, Deborah Hilleary, Donald Hoagland, Nancy Holliday, Alvertis Holloway, Candace Holman, Connie Hudson, Pamala Hutter, Merry Hysom, Debra Jansen, Gloria Jeppesen, Janette Johnson, Beth Johnson, Ellen Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Linda Jones, Peggy Kaufman, Leona Kimple, Barbara Kohart, Therese Korff, Kathy Kussmann, Mary Lackey, Donna onductor TED ADKINS. Manager Laing, Tom Lamer, Debbie Larson, Kevin Lawson, Gary Lawson, Patricia Lickteig, Nancy Linville, Vicki Long, Vicki Love, Sherry Ludwig, Mark Lybarger, Betty Mason, Nancy Matteson, Gary McFadden, Pat McGinnis, Linda McMaster, Gretchen McMullen, Marcia McPherson, Gilbert Melton, J oan Melvin, Freddie Miller, Jeanne Miller, Marilyn Miller, Patricia Mohney, Susan Moherman, Dorothy Moore, Delbert Moss, Virginia Mullen, Sharon Mullin, Diana Murphy, Peggy Neufeld, Wayne Newton, Karen Nitzsche, Judy Noland, Carlee Parsons, Kathy Paterson, Jennifer Patton, Vicki Pearson, Mary Pease, Stanley Phillips, Evelyn Phillips, Sarah Pickett, Linda Pope, Sharon Post, Carole Pratt, John Pratt, Marge Prochaska, Benita Pullmann, Fred Redden, Paula Regier, Linda Richard, Judi Roeder, Debbie Rupe, Barbara Ruzich, Larry Sanders, Jack Schafer. Susan Schirmer, Sarah Schlehuber, Bill Schmitz, Lois Scholz, Diane Schrock, Ruth Schuhs, Stephen Scruggs, Maurice Scully, Philip Sharp, Barbara Shaver, Janet Sheets, Barbara Skipton, Sheri Slemmons, Claire Small, Anita Smith, Carol Solomon, Meredith Sowers, Bette Spear, Linda Stallard, Sheryl Stanley, Lynn Stark, Jerry Stibal, Mike Stinson, Donna Swender, Rita Talmon, Ted Tarbutton, Debbie Terry, Barbara Tribby, Deborah Tryon, Carol Turnbull, Mike Tyler, Howard Valentine, Nancy Vogt, Ranney Weibel, John Welker, Carol Whalen, Karen Wight, Sara Wilcox, Thomas Wilkerson, Joan Wilkins, Sharon Williams, Gwendolyn Winters, Becky Q , 1 QW? , ' ' MUN ,ff . A W A I f. , 3, WV, H' ' W 'M ,an i,.,w.Q I, ' ' Ziff , 4 X J, fi? E f Q E my Q , ,ff-1, Sim ff ' X 4' 15 5, 553: , 2 M, wi, Zfg4??i2425,if51555 ig ff X ' My , ,W 4,-IM! A 0,19 V .. 3 an ' ' e 155 1 1 Q, W f.31 at , 4ffWgwH -.df ' Q . 02 Q e X X I 2, 'Q' , .1 Q 'Zh L fm w "' Qi Af" 2 QA A mQ.,.ng2i44Mw ,Wi,,7V 2 MQ? iff ?- . , 'kv' , V I ,f Q , ffM5Q:f!S wi' 2 , ?iiT2,fY: ,Lv ,,V, f , 4 ' XY K Af '-S-.W Af? 4' f " l Men's Chorale ee, af PM , I I 9... Q in it at an M M 1' u , , K L 'J I if ' 'je fe' l ' J in 1 ,L ,g J I x if :aff T 1 f I ii E! . lg veg af if as - 1 i , . V , A f, , , V, Q Q I A W l f .Y W V, 1 n n of 'N ' if +4 P an Z , if 'fl 'ZaQmQ'lftflg4,I'ILs t' Ji as . N ,J M ml A if l","f,V' Q. Q ' 4- 1- A ' ' ' A ' First row, tl to rl: Mr. Moore, Accompanist, Gary Matteson, Gary Bodam, Representative, Robert Dieker, Mike Shepherd, Charles Davis, Tim Harmon, Rick Kester, Mr. Schaefer ll, Director, Second row: Loren Goss, Reggie Stadel, Gary Gale, Ken Johnson, Jim Gardner, Robert Bowden, Stan Pease, Larry Morris, Martin Jones, Paul Geist, Third row: AI Trollman, Mike Nelson, Larry Ruieh, Bruce Parker, R. T. Sullivan, Secretary, Blll Schlehuber, Ward Brunkmv, Ron Matthews, Bob Adkins, Dan Petitjean, Fourth row: James Lockett, President, Ted Adkins, Assistant Director, Jerry Stark, Gary Lawson, Mike Angulo, James Lathan, Vice President, Hal Sanders, Representatives, David Corbett, Stephen Scllrhs, John Pratt, Not Pictured: Gilbert McPherson. The purpose of K.S.T.C. Men's Chorale is to offer to the men of the college the opportunity to sing in a men's glee club and perform on this campus and throughout the state. Toward this goal, the 40 men participate in a three- day tour of Kansas, a spring concert on campus, and a Master Awards Dinner. 'W r 4 1 K ' xx' V f F Avv . m 1 ' . Q M M -fl M Q f."'-'dy , .N A gy , W Y J P h Ll A I P h a Back row: Jim Lathan, Gary Lawson, Nead Goodson ll, Hal Sanders, president, John Pratt, James Lockett, Albert Kirby, row two Paul A. Moore, advisor, Gary Moege, treasurer, Donald McDaniel, Dennis Fisher, Gary Gale, Phil Garton, Allan Shorthill, vice presesi dent, row three: Mike Theis, Mike Steinel, David Thayer. The fourfold purposes of Phi Mu Alpha, national honorary music fraternity, are to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of music students, to develop the truest fra- ternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. The highlights of the 1970-71 school year was the honoring of fraternity brother "Doc" Severinson. They also participated in an annual American Composers' Re- cital and a Christmas Party. Activities of Sigma Alpha Iota include SAI Benefit Concert, American Composer's Recital, and ushering for various concerts. Initiated in Ann Arbor, Michigan on June 12, 1903, the international honorary professional music fraternity for women was established on this campus in 1939. S i 8 Back row: Susan Mohney, editor, Susan Friend, president, Elaine Heinze, Connie Gale, vice president, Darene Street, row two: Carol Smith, Carol Tryon, treasurer, Joan Wilkerson, Donna Stinson, recording secretary, Nancy Brandt, Diana Mullin, row three: Connie m Rocha, Carol Welker, sergeant-at-arms, Margaret Penske, Deborah Tribby. C1 A I P h a I O I CI Physica Science Yearly events sponsored by the Physical Science Di- vision include open house in the spring, a high school sen- iors chemistry and physics summer workshop and an in- stitute for high school teachers both sponsored by the Na- tional Science Foundation, and a workshop for earth science teachers. In addition, the 19 faculty members are helping 200 physical science majors toward degrees in chemistry, earth science, physical science, or physics. The emphasis of the curriculum is on quality education and research. , f 'li .Nm ,M.mQ.wfA., X X N The Social Sciences Division of K.S.T.C. offers Bac- calaureate degrees in economics, geography, history, po- litical science, philosophy, sociology, and anthropology, in addition to B.S.E. and M.S. in social science and M.A. in history. The 31 full-time faculty members and the 500 departmental majors also work toward the annual events sponsored by the Social Sciences Division: the Foreign and Domestic Affairs Conference in February, the Model U.N. in November and the Arnett Lecture Series. Accord- ing to division chairman Dr. William H. Seiler, the "basic curricula are designed to serve the several disciplines of the social sciences." The majority of students majoring in the social sci- ences, it is found, have selected teaching as a vocational objective, among those minoring in the social sciences, the majority are interested in non-teaching programs, par- ticularly business. Future plans for the department include "constant review given to each of the fields in the social sciences." The most recent and complete review was given to the courses in sociology and anthropology. Also included in future plans is the continuingof the social science ad- visory committee which is made up of the three student senators for the division, the Pi Gamma Mu officers, and faculty representatives. Social Science 193 1 71 tif' J, , V V H ?,sa1Q ,.,,a.,.,,..4.45"' I I I my A WV MW' Model UN The 4th annual Model General Assembly and Security Council is sponsored by the KSTC chapter ofCl RUNA and the Social Science division. Similar events are held throughout the country sponsored by universities and colleges. KSTC is proud because its chapter is unique in at least one manner. As the UN grew from 51 members to l27 members KSTC has had no trouble in getting sufficient high school students. Ours is the only UN that is over-subscribed by the students. This year 400 Kansas high school students and advisors were present. The main jobs of the G.A. and the S.C. were held by CIRUNA members: Phil Martin, Secretary-General: Bill Flannigan, President of the G.A.g Dan Swenson. Parliamentarian ofthe G.A.g Shirley Sands, Secretary and Chief Administrator for the G.A.g Yvonne Donaldson, President of the S.C.g Paula Gottes, Parliamentarian ofthe S.C.g Becky Bowman, Recording Secretary of S.C. . ,, 25225555 ff' J 'N it ' 4 R ,SZ 4 ll 'W -i+ ' -1 CIRUNA APY' ' y - L, Row one tl to rj: Tony Princi, Yvonne Donaldson, Bill Flannigan, President, Phil Martin, Publicity: Row two: Wayne Culley, George Breiderthal, Stephen Bola Oni, Shirley Sands, Secretary Treasurer, Dan Swenson, Bill Pruitt: Row three: Thomas Badger, Advisor, Steven Nutter, Herman Dubon, Ron Brown, Paula Gottes, Becky Bowman, Bruce Sloan, Vice Presidentg Not Pictured: Jim Bert, Gary Bodam, Jim McDermitt. The purpose ofthe Council on International Relations CIRUNA's major activities ofthe year were sponsor- ofthe United Nations Association is to acquaint students ing the annual High School Model United Nations and with current problems in International Relations and the participation in College Model United Nations through- United Nations. out the country. 195 Pi Gamma Mu honorary organization ... L l Q Row one ll to ry: Mr. Rohrbaugh, sponsor, Janet Guier, secretary-treasurer, Judy Prieb, Yvonne Donaldson, Jeanette Hoel, Shirley Albers, Barbara Freeberg. Patricia Ranson, vice president, Dr. R. C. Anderson, sponsor, Row two: Gregg Werner, president, Thomas Grose, Gerald Blaqhat, Eddie Shun, James Ggod, Dan Swenson, Roy Jackson. Social Science Club .. Row one tl to rj: Janet Guier, Kathy Myers, executive representative, Judy Prieb, Patricia Ranson, vice president, Jeanette Hoel, Barbara Freeberg, Dr. An- dersong Row two: Mr. Rohrbaugh, Gerald Blanchat, Thomas Grose, Gregg Werner, Dan Swenson, Keith Boone, Robert Fox, Eddie Shutt, James Good, Jim Burtg not pictured: Gerald Whitt. 196 Speech Dr. Karl C. Bruder heads the Speech Department, which, as in the past, has been active in many extra- curricular activities. The theatre season included four regular season pro- ductions in the College Theatre as well as two plays in the year-old "Pocket Playhouse" and two Readers The- atre productions in the Gallery Theatre. The 1970-71 sea- son spotlighted the "Contemporary Scenef' Extra-curricular activities in Public Address center around debate activities. In addition to participating in over thirty invitational tournaments nationally, the squad served as hosts to the 16th annual George R. R. Pflaum College Tournament, the Flinthills Novice Tournament and three high school tournaments and festivals. Public debates were held with Loyola University of Los Angeles and with a traveling foreign team. Sixteen full-time faculty members teach the basic curriculum in public address, oral interpretation, and theatre. While speech majors pursue a variety of vocational goals, many of the 225 majors choose to teach speech at the high school and college levels. GL RIA Ladislav Novak A poem that seems to demand translation into architecture. Front row, seated, l to r: Ginny Krute, Wanda Meats, Susan Scott, C. R. Goodin. Cynthia Summers, Rita Murphy, Pat Helm, Donna Fitzwater, Kevin Rues, Diana Barnes, Peggy Murphy, David Mitchell, Peggy Sullivan, Nancy Russell. Second row: Jody Boese, Larry Patton, Vicki Patton, Chip Marreska, Chris Holmes, Wayne Lovelace, Kerri Korsgaard, Mike Stremel, Dorna Griffith, Kevin Graves, Vicki Carroll, Bev Willcott, Gary Wittorf, Janie Edwards, Julia Trueblood, Denice Jewell, Layne Pierce, Sherry Erhardt. Joe Goodwin, Leta Schlick. Third row: Danny Hansen, Bob Seymour, Kathy Egan, Harrell Powell, Pat Huyett, Cathy Sears, John Rowland, Marilyn Duff, Karen McDaniel, Russ Reams. 198 Emporia S tate Players Debaters Place Second at National Tournament J Ak ght and Mike North th th d pl t phy from the National Invitational 9 'W' 4:4 5 u "' x .yy if ' .6 X w . Fw r V' X , .gi an F03 Q gi, ,xx 1 4-N 9th row fl to rj: Coaches, Chester Leone, Roger Trotter, Jim Lance, Leo Vap, Cal Reimer, Hank Hetwerg Players, AI Lumpkins, Jerry Blackwell, Bob Milan. 8th row: Greg Barnett, Don Gray, Woody Booth, Bruce Laughlin, Ryan Ralston, Ron Story, Mike Ast, Kim Gaston, Craig Watson, Mark Luedtke, Rich Domain. 7th row: Bob Wetzel, Jim Mallon, Bill Vincent, Pete Hetlinger, Scott Waters, Jim McCoy, Terry Piesker, Stan Beryle, Veron Lynn, Steve Gamble, John Trembus. 6th row: Terry Billiam, Jack Oholendt, Jim Mitchell, Joe Schooler, Stan Frownfelter, Steve Stone, Pat Ralston, Rick White, Doug Piper, Ray Torkelson, Arthur Peals, Ron Foxx. 5th row: Mitch Strader, Jack Birnbaum, John Lohmeyer, August Gambino, Gary Dercher, Brian Schurle, Jim Walden, Farlairtrice Auegalio, Arnold Mall, Ray Stimpert. 4th row: Chris Carroll, Tony Denimarck, Tim Miller, Dave Sheble, Leonard Jirak, Mike Fox, Danny Bloom, Dennis Clauder. 3rd row: Jim Laughran, Bob Janesko, Bill Crabbe, Clint Webber, Gary Rawlings, Jim Walter, Cecil Scroggins, Lenny Hahn. 2nd row: Steve Duncan, Bob Asleson, Rich Schoepner, Ray Kincaid, Jim Sheble. lst row: Frank Stankiewicz, Erv Bott, Charles Divitto, Mark Frase, Teddy Woods. Football 1970 1515, 202 garne, Mr. "D" had thebench with angankle injury. The ground performance turned in by the runningif The Hornet football team endured a year of disaster. Disaster struck in so many ways, that at times it resembled a multiple-type offense. Mr. "D" hit on lst and goalg ball on the 1 yard line, 4 yard lineg 9 yard line. Often Mr. "D" would switch sides and the defense had its turn-4th and 25, result-touchdown. Yes, Mr. "D" was as much a part of the Hornet season as was anyiof the plagers. T . The lggornets opened 1970 season on the road State and they fellifvictim to the aroused bunch of Ne- Mr. "D" in, took one of the four Hornet running backs with a knee injury, and the season was under- 5, g The Hornets played ball gf the ,69 season for the next two weeks but still were unable to finditheirgfirst . victory. The game with Central Missouri State maintained its reputation as being a vicious physical battle. The Hornets were on the winning side of battle as they dealt the Mules aphysicalbeating but they lost the war.The next week the Hornets suffered the third loss of the season losing to Missouri Southern. The Lions' backs ran so much it was questionable whether H there would be enough field for the remaining two home games. D Even though the Hornets lost the two home games, the team showed the flair and poise that had led them to a 40 point plus average the year before. There were some fantastic catches made by the Hornets receiving duo Clauder and Crabbe. Janesko directed a second half comeback that kept the crowd on their feet, and the feet of Charley "The Horse," Teddy "The Bear," and Brian "Crazy SLegs'fg inflicted punishing blows to defenders while gaining hard fought yards. The Hornet defense took most of the kick out of the Mules as they displayed agressive team hitting. Rich "Shep" took on all the inter- ference that could be put in front of him, stacked it up and then proceded to bonecrush the ball carrier. Can lightning strike the same place twice? The Hornets believe it can. The trip to Pueblo, Colorado proved to be a re- peat of the '69 one. The onlyftlifference wastfterfreezing rain didn't quite make the change to snow. In a very hard fought contest the Hornets were otgidnipped by theifsiidians 20fI4. I r Hornets carne out for the third home game and brought pleasure to everyone. The offensive scoring machine proditcedgas expected. The defense took Tommy "ML Yardage" Evans and stacked him between so many Hornets that time had be findiliim. The Hornets hadiajwelil deserved win over the Tigers. T of the season were painful ones. "D" had plucked many key personnel from the Hornet squad and the viiere preparing to face such powersias Northern Colorado, Omaha, Washburn, and Pittsburg.'The- Tloritets able tosieiiibtaiiia victoryiin the last fourfgames but did manage to put together some good days. In the' Vifaads almost Yatdsarsd Bmw Shufle zsvpedsfof 123' . , t . contest was afloss that was deeply The Hornetsafter getting the ball on a fumble re- ., --.f.. c - -f.- . .k.. A .- fs . . ,. onthe 1 yardiiine wereiunableito score on three successive atternpts fourth down fumbled. This seemed? set the of day as the Hiiirnetsisuffered if T i T y 203 I ""' W" "" 7' ' Y " 7' ' 77" 4: X3 'L 1 Q 205 Hornet, Steve Gamble Hys into a Tiger, stopping him for no gain on punt return Jim Sheble makes contact while "Shep" 1863 and "Mad Dog" 1471 observe. 206 ,fa 1 ', U 4 2 f X 1' ,, . ,Z I f 1 1- ' Q S 5 Coach Lance plots strategy for the next series with the offense. Y 4,q,' gt , in M , ii M , ,,j5ik,. , , - Hahn 4223, receives congratulations after making an interception, from Janesko, Schooler, Bott, and Sheble. X . f, . af , Jim Walter makes the stop .on Northern Colorado as Sehoepner 186i a Lohmeyer172lC0me in to help. nd 207 YN-QM 9' QQ flu .Q if mu 'iw X-.. rl 5 Al-TSP Qvkm Q WV. sf ra .M 3' Ag 1 .LX 3'W'?F:- fm- A K - is-V .2 H . -: :P ,saw bm Janesko prepares to pick apart the Tiger defense. KSTC 3 16 36 14 42 21 21 21 14 SEASON'S RECO RD Opponent Wayne State, Nebraska Central Missouri State Missouri Southern College Southern Colorado State Fort Hays State College Northern Colorado Univ. Univ. of Nebraska, Omaha Washburn University Pittsburg State College Opp. Score 31 23 39 20 31 55 35 34 45 Walter "The Flea" Finger breaks run with help of No. 35 Joe "The Kid" Schooler. 209 210 nf ,Q , v-. YW ' 'Nl HF: Cross Country The Cross-Country team showed that great things are to come. Coach Delavan took a young team and made an outstanding showing. The team started the season with 19 runners, the amazing point is that of the l9 only 2 were experienced. Now came the task of trying to select the individuals that would be able to endure the rugged com- petition ahead. After running his team at a pace more suitable for the "747" Delavan was not sure whether he had men or machinesg for the young members of the team met the challenges with a fantastic amount of poise. When it came time for actual competition the top ten consisted of 6 Freshmen. The young team was captained by .lun- iors Dennis Nee and Darrell Patterson, two outstanding competitors for KSTC the last two years. In dual meets the Hornets were undefeated. They took 3rd place finishes in the Wichita Invitational and the RMAC. They captured 2nd place in the NAIA District IO. Coach Delavan is very optimistic about the upcoming seasong for the perform- ance of his young team this year has given them confidence and experience and this should enable them to be a formid- able foe. N? 5 ff.-,M . -U. Q. ,gl 'ills L-R: Dennis Nee, Rick Bishop, Rodney Mohr, Darrell Patterson, Steve Sterner, Rick Patton, Merv Harlan, Jim Zickefoose, Ray VanSickle. 211 One The Hornets who averaged 17.41 and freshman center Ed Burton, who averaged 14.2 average per game off the boards. Rounding out the starters Supple, who all shared starting duties at one tim. or boost the Hornet basketball comeback. previously defeated them in Hornet victory at Southern the early Ft. -Hays State, a a junior, the rebounders Gary Cramton, Don Stevens and season. All except Farmer will -return next year to 213 p 'A . . K " , ' V "ffvfzaz?aEf-lf-55. A f -L ,.,,..f,ga3 To 'fl' as J zemfn 15,44 we f, -,,g,,,f : Da- ,. L'-ff, 524531-sam,feifW Z.-i 3.0, s ,avr 1' ' xx '1 X Wie? QL PJQQJV 54:-.1 4 5o,' 0' Q. rn' so Q v 5 Q 4 ,,ff' 5 'Q' 55m h ,AWMWE M If in AM' P-swf' Q , -Q M A W 'f Q sw "M 43- V' J-my 'E Back row tl to rl: John Oestrich, Larry Glene, John Ritter, Greg Miller, Dale Northup, Ralph Kimble, Gary Cranton, Jess Nelson, Ed Burton, Cliff Taylor, Pat Grady, Dennis Supple, Rich Standley, Jim Bauersfeld, Ron Slaymakerg Front row: Rich 0'NeiI, Gale Knight, Bishop Cunningham, Randy Waters, Chris Langvardt, Don Stevens, Gene Farmer, Steve Barnett, Willie Battle. 215 216 m HA, X , , W' s ' A " 2' M h 41 . . mf 4 4 rn . ' , Q I , " ,V A v A ' W , ,,, 2, , M Vw we-w 2 D if 3 I f ,,-- --.X ,f ,.,:f-'f 1'4. ,J 7 4 xx Q' S' . .1 , Xb , ' Q18 X 5' 1 ,M 'N 2 t mm Q 4 Q gg? , 7 , M we ,ff 'R M J? 3' X GSM, ,QQ z 1 W 1 ' q MW f M' . ,gy 17 Y ' f, fi, uw J, a n ' -' A fwf 7 2 EWU ,fag , f 4 , f J ff gi , , W 'f 7 F, ,gn 42? M y S , 'ffl' .I , 'null sas. . ,: A-,,,,..m If Qa,a g ,g , ek, V' . 45 Q W ! ,. ,Q s Q5 gQ's.x 2 - a f'-W"' A ne lf xr ,,,, , , N ,vga .g.41,,' f 1' 1.4 f V 'f ws' A X ff 1 M ' 4 .ns A xmxla K 5 x W' 'HM 1 L , , U 2302+ if 'I r' A ff Ni' YY 4" . . . rf' W'-A Seated il to rj: Dale Niehus, Rick Maestas, Fred Holcomb, Tim Warner Tom Allen, Randy Lettaug second row: Coach Trotter, William Johnson, Gregg Werner, Kendall Reed, Doug White, Mitch Strader, Tim Essex, third row: Rod Spellman, Rick Pierce, Tom Knott, Tom Blackman. 218 ' F T fx 'Q K Rica fl S 'rx w 2 K 5. Egg i"'?fw1ffM vi k M 'X pK? 'b Q R s 'K S 2 5 X' N31 if K piggy km -V X Niki? -SE X X , A 6 -P 5 5 if 1 A R we x .. E2 1. as-X Y 9 'x S f' ffwisyefff ' t. 'K ,ml -- ' XY. X .N , .sixm x 2 aw Q S+ S QQ- A Ss gk Wx Q w awk 4 K s f 5 Y 4 ,,. ,,. 220 i" . -- . ....v.4n.u ,f-.-,qi arm . 1-"F-'fi ,, K, . ,qw .. V 7,77 W Y ....,...m.....,.-W, r,,,,m.f,r..W W .kfr ,, io.-W . Y -V ,M AW Www- f ,W A-:wif --up fgiryrfwnqmynffgyhf.,ygvfgqygg-yqgr ,o Left to Right: John Wilson, Dennis Nee, Dennis Delmott, Darrell Patterson, Al F euerbach. 222 Track Coach Delavan and the Hornet Track Team had an- other tremendous season. The Hornet cindermen went un- defeated in their dual season posting two victories. The strength of the Hornet team was displayed from the be- ginningg as they dominated opponents Central Missouri 114 to 39 and Pittsburg 94 to 59. The two duals turned out to be a warm up session for the conference meet. The' Hornets ten unleased and their DDPY"Delavan's Dynamic Performances" swept to a first place victory in the conference. Al Feuerbach and John Wilson were double winners, Potts, Bluett and Lawrence took first in their eventsg distance men, Patterson, Delmott, Thomas, Harlan and Nee provided the Hornetsiwith valuable points. Field events were handled by the Hornet strong men, Hynek, Correll, Cox, and Hinsong Caywood added another tally in the pole vault. After the fantastic conference show- ing the 'Hornets made their presence known at the na- tionals. Al Feuerbach took first in the Shot and fourth in the Discusg John Wilson placed third in the Long Jump. The Hornets will be looking forward to another out- standing season as they returned the majority of last year's winning performers. 5 22 w ll! Top row, left to right: Bryan Mcllldowney, Jim Lucas, Jim Piper, Tony Saraci, Mike Plunkett, John McRae, Mike Fox, Dave Bingham, Bill Cowan, Roger Crafton, Leland Shaffer, Jim Baum, Coach Jack Smitheran. Botton row, left to right: Tom Gushiken, Rich Alday, Steve Duncan, Bobby Box, Dave Zlab, Mike Miller, Ted Blake, Ryland Powell, Steve Wilbert, John Campbell, Richard Kuzydym, Rick Bundy. ix , ,. wma., -me f xx- K X, - fm nm, re J J I HU' ,.,, f 224 Baseball The Hornet baseball team bettered their 1969 record by posting a 32-16 season. The Hornets, after dealing 17 defeats to District Ten competitors went to area play, where they were victorious over Southeastern Oklahoma, Mayville State, and Pittsburg. Then the return trip to the Nationals, this year being in the State of Baseball, Ari- zona. The Hornets toned up for the rugged competition by playing a couple of semi-pro teams, which netted them two impressive victories. The Hornets ended the season in Na- tional Tournament play, being nipped by powerful Eastern Michigan and Livingston Alabama. Outstanding performances were turned in by pitchers, Plunkett 9-lg Cowan 4-lg Campbell 5-2g and Shaffer 7-4. Miller posted a fantastic .81 ERA. Plunkett and Campbell were among the top pitchers in the nation. Plunkett ranked tenth in most victories and Campbell third in strikeouts with 120. They also ranked fourteenth and twentieth rated on ERA with a 1.13 and 1.23 respectively. For the hitters, Crafton and McRae led the home run category getting ten and seven respectively. Bingham posted a .355 average followed by Crafton .3483 Alday .3223 McRae .285g and Powell .248. The outlook for another bright year is in the making with returnees Cowan, Miller, Campbell, McEldowney and Baum from the powerful pitching staff. Returning hit- ters are Crafton, Alday, McRae, Bingham, and Suraci. 225 Hornet Baseball Team Repeats Tremendous Year ana' Returns to Nationals 227 f . 1 ir i E iiiiii wy i WM! fac area mate lengi T t t t have 228 Tennis The 1970 tennis te ing some of The Hor the more expe tremendous tes themselves for record. The net Conference me h enough o ference. The Horne year as they ha under their bel in t be even more i their entire Back Row: Coach Milton, Tuck Wilson, Roy Spratt, Gary Minson, Lynn Ben Ford, Larry Reiswig. Singer, John Jenkins, Doug Wright. Kneeling: Larry McGrager, Jack Livingston, 229 ..-4' 230 --an ,,,,,..3-5 f -ffl, O Golf team forced to practice inside because of snow. The KSTC golf team highlighted their season by win- ning the NAIA District 10 Championship with spectacular effort. The Hornets were able to amass a total that was one shot lower than the Fort Hays team. The District lO was held at Lawrence, Kansas, where the golfers had to face the long and grueling Alua Mar Hills golf course. In the final tournament appearance of the year, the Hornet 'golfers encountered trouble at Denver, where the RMAC championship was held. The Hornets could not do what they had done to the strong Fort Hays team earlier, the Fort Hays team had enough to win the RMAC and the Hornets finished fourth. The four-man team for the Horn- ets consisted of: Senior, Colin Williams, Juniors, John Bishop, Dick Burney, and Kevin Seaman. Lettermen Bishop, Burney, and Seaman return for their final cam- paign. w.w"W" V if 23 .W,.m,, Q . if 'lik I1 ow Wu.. A...-sq . 4" , 6 A 'Omg K N sg ' N is sv x' N' w.w M. 1 'ff 'iff 2 1 ag, 4, 5 w Q Q We 'i J 7 f V , 1 1 F R Members of coaching staff are young, vigorous ana' en- thusiastic . . . C ch Slaymaker watches with hopeful anticipation. Coach Trotter gives last minute talk to grappler. l 1 E 7 r E E i E i i i I I I E I f 4 I F I Z 5 a : 1 F F k Y i e 2 I E , I 5 , 1 1 I 1 2 i E 5 S i Z I I A i i I E E I 1 i 2 5 z 3 I I i 1 1 f I 2 2 f ! i 5 1970-71 Hornet Cheerleaders in-u WW ,,ay,,,,.... 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L., ww- gf .1+,ANA.mff- Q N 240 Participation is intense, but rewarding! Intramural Games B.S. U. team goes through rugged schedule with a perfect mark. 24 ii' L sgtrx:-' ,., 9:1 .iw u A 332 - s 555-,Q -Ns xz.. . XR fx ii k X 2 R 1 5 1 s ,W 9 ,,V"V T 1 . 'f Vm, if K' f Z -.,1:j'3, - xml V ,V 4 , , ,QU ' 1 , ' Y f 1 - A -Wy- -f f V, 1 1 ,g' wr I , iswffk-WW, A H, :ww MW R, -I n 5: , ,K fi ' fm:-4 ',g'g-ffghvswyf Wmwfa-.rf aff,f4Ane 1 :V :ww 1 ' V fm:- Girls go after basketball victories. . . and go after they do. 24 Girls Intramural Hockey Team Takes First in Stale Tackle Attempt Appears Futile 245 Junior Varsity Goes Against College of Emporia 246 Mike Fox Offensive Player ofthe Year Rich Shoepner Defensive Player of the Year 247 WW 'Wm 5 AMW up V , .M-, . lm X ' WQQQSVYSZ-wif ,, 1. 1-ww ,W AM Y vii .i N-.M fig. X325 3311 signs, -Q-655' w. ft, .1,, ASSOCIATED STUDE GUVER ME The Associated Student Government at Kansas State Teachers College was established two years ago to replace the Student Council which had proven to be infecctive. The ASG was originally divided into two branchese Executive and Student Senate but a Student Judiciary Council has been added since that time. There are 43 senators in the Student Senate repre- senting each department on the campus plus representa- tives of the freshman class and undecided majors. The Judicial Council is composed of seven members and is the final judge of senate constitutionality and regu- lations. Two members are elected by the student body, two are appointed by the President of the student body and three are appointed by the Student Senate. The Ju- diciary Council serves as the ultimate board of appeal in cases involving disciplinary problems and student conduct. The Student Senate regulates the use of student fees, has the power to regulate in the interest of the college on campus activities and off-campus organizations, enacts resolutions and bills which will be student laws, and has the power to charter all campus organizations or rescind this charter. The executive branch is composed of the president and vice president of the student body, the senate treas- urer and secretary, and all committee heads from the sen- ate. The vice president of the student body acts as president and presiding officer of the senate. A senate president pro tempore is also elected by the senate to preside in the ab- sence ofthe president. Since its inception, the ASG has progressed rapidly. Among the major accomplishments are the formation of the new Judiciary Council and the acceptance of the new academic calendar. The calendar, now nearly universally accepted by Kansas colleges, allows for final examinations before Christmas break and a longer break. This year one of the most important senate accom- plishments has been the combining of the Student Senate Student Affairs Committee and the Faculty Affairs Com- mittee. This joint committee is composed of both students and faculty members and can work more closely on mat- ters concerning both groups. F ull Senate in Session 250 Toprow,lefttoright: ou an n, y A cadem ic Affairs Committee L R ki K le Holloway, Dee Ann Lott: bottom row, left to right: Howard Moses, Steve Sell, Mike Taschler, Ted Ericson. Student Affairs Committee l k T m Lain , Christine Hartmann, Roy Abbott, Jeri Patton, Tim Priest, Jim Stone, bottom Top row, left to right: Dennis Richter, Mary Lamborn, Ann C ar , o g row, left to right: Terry Morris, Tim Davies, Mark Satchell. 252 Sloan. Student Senate Executive Cabinet Top row, left to right: Jim Williams, Fianance Committee Chairmang Phil Martin, Senate Operations Committee Chairmang Mike Sexton, Vice Presidentg Mike Manning, Presidentg and Charles Kessler, Treasurer: bottom row, left to right: Jim Stone, Student Affairs Committee Chairmang Glenda Priest, Secretaryg and Steve Sell, President Pro Tempore and Academic Affairs Committee Chairman. iran Student Judiciary Council Top row, left to right: Tommy Starnes, Scott Robinson, Brent Brown, and John Hundleyg bottom row, left to right: Kay Royse, Larry Hes- ter, and Paula Goddes. Mary Kay Royse was selected as Chief Justice and Larry Hester as Associate Justice. Senators not included in any committee picture are Marcy Biebee, Bill Flannigan, and Vicki 253 TV7 Co i 'Cb 'QB Qi Qc 42? The Union Activities Council provided the students of K.S.T.C. with a year of entertaining as well as educational programs 4.5! . a Ralph Nader Consumer Advocate Miss Regina Fowler Best-Dressed Coed 254 Stuart Udall C0056 909565 I X09 5 01, 1,0 The Lettermen in Concert as 6099 X2 C UA C Coffeehouse Q0 Ql Q gb C500 076,118 CFS 000 Dean Davis and STQAND umm The Nizzy Grizzy Dirt Band COWIPKUW 255 ORTH EAST HALL -I lawn! L... iii gs!! ll?- sage sans lieth Officers of Northeast include President Marilyn Duff, Secre- tary Corky Metz, Vice-President Lynette Franz, Treasurer Janet Schippers. N iv- AU 1"Y.'i ASQ'- I-'fe 8'-"I u UR Vkafpgyg Fl' bi Sli 913 fir QSIFVSKI 398511 I I! ll Ye!-3 '- 'Q 'Ts an-u .5 ,ll-UI lllpru lily L vnu 'W-an Sfvv tg, ms-Y ,M-gm - V Mrs. Gertrude Swartz Northeast Resident Aids are ftopj Monica Miller, Lea Sellers Cindy Graham, fbottomj, Lynette Franz and Cece Nick. 4 Z' 4'l"'! th RQ JU.. 'wrt Am: ' .Q:i',-9' x Above-Ra's Connie Clark, Carol Sharp. Sharon Brown ltopy, ORTH HALL Mrs. Edith Hornhaker Jane Musgrave, Ann Poehler. Below-North Ofiicers are President Mary Reeves, Treasurer Nancy Eisele, Vice-President Karen Carnoali, and Secretary Betty Smith. 'ww fi' X235 Y' new salads.: f hh ,fn J f '-Q YY ,warn M. gtffiwf-A mf- ,S H45 -A 1 ' iff 4-vu, A ' ' , . :Q 2 -L Vg gimm e ggxgwtg f I 3 ww H' ' , s - is 2.1.13 w jx 'f'3E,,5'g. tae rel ,H , ,K 5. E 6 5 ' i is 2 3 3 3 A Qi if I f , , H Q we 4 Q .,,, hz ,WM naman 1 -f to M 'M' 39755 3-u-W aw x.. 1. M, QL 52 i Va I ,5, T 11 '+ 259 260 ik' Mrs. Agnes Kirk Resident Aids: Mary Butel, Donna Walker ltopl, Judy Soetaert, Frances Hedrick. Central Officers are Frances' Hedrick, Vice-Presidentg Jerry Lovett. Treasurer: Kathy Jones, Presidentg Vada Hamilton, Secretary. 4r,,:fw , A 5 4 Y ,ML A-ffwff 4. 1421, 4, H V M Q, 1 ' ww W f ,jg ,,..,1 ik ,pm-.8 i f Novum oflicers are the above: President Patti Coffman, Secretary Connie Lockhart, Treasurer Candy Carpenter, and Vice-President Janis Gilbert. Mrs. Gwendolyn Thogmartin RA's of Novum flower rightj are Candy Carson, Joan Jarrett, Q S 7 I ' Kathy Williams, Anita Capp, Janis Gilbert, Connie Jordan, and Laura Wells. Mrs. Georgia Dewhorst, Grad. Asst. 262 E E S 2 i i 5 7' HALL jf' f 1 'A' 3 . j S 5' - ffw A, M- ,A nk fn E :4 M, , , I, , , ,, WY 4 A JWMJ55 4 'W--Q-...f---.....,m,, , A W., Q 14- Z . N ,W WW , ,, ,,,, ' "' wp W ,fiagy my ., M ffyr D, -- M, pw , I fx Executive Board Executive Board of the Congress of Women's Residence Halls is composed of the officers of the various halls. Officers are Patti Coffman, Vice-Presidentg Judy Soelaert, Presidentg Kathy Jones, Treasurerg Marilyn Duff, Secretary. WOMENS RESIDENCE HALLS 264 HJ' 2 Wig u.,,,.......---3 Nga Q Qu, wi Judicial Board Fair and impartial decisions with the human touch are rendered by the Judicial Board. The judiciary consists of tfrontj Jana Chambers, Linda Chambers, Geri Adkins, fbacky Shauna Bartley, Janet Myers, Lea Sellers, Laura Wells, Carol Sharp. Legislative Board Linda Downing, and Janis Gilbert. Legislative Board is instmmental in obtaining innovations in WRH. Members are Jeanne Vogelsberg, Christa Huss, Cindy Graham, Carol Sharp, Shauna Bartley, Madelyn Hastings, 265 Mrs. Catherine Bowman, Roving Resident Director Jo Denton, Sherry Day, Vicki Scott, Nancy Green, Claudia Caenan, Pam Hud- son, Linda Lemke, Ann Morrissey, Jar- retta Thomas. 266 X.. If W xx-fx OFFIC ' STAFF Above: Peggy Grandin, Linda Downing, Geri Adkins, Linda Hubbard, Patty Peterson, Sharon Wehking, Jamie Cassin, Dee- Ann Lott, Charlotte Martin. Left: Joyce Brewer, Judy Brown, Karen McCarthy, Martha Kemp, Pam Moss, Debbie Worland, Cheryl Hanna, Patsy Wells, Rita Paver. The Men's Residence Hall offers a unique experience to freshman men. It provides a place to learn and to de- velop both social and academic skills. MRH is ping- pong, football, weight-lifting, and a precious moment ofsilcnt thought. 268 41 As part ofa living unit, the men of MRH share their talents and skills to make their own kind of music. They participate in all the intramural sports. They take pride in their hall on special days like Parents' Day, but always work to make it better. 2' E3 E5 rf, s iff ff x A 269 ix: - -, , A ,T K S Yi TE 1 K ,MQ 444 MW! -A X I will 1' v , hw- ar' .3 , W, 4 . L . 4' W , W if 'Q in I ' x ' . we C , , 14 Y. 5 , .- - I H A W, .Q O' V f ' ,ii 1""'A" Qi' 'L Z I t ,f Q Aki? Mx .Md I 7 5 x 'Wx X a 2 X2 'qui Sh .Mi wb' hiswnuaaw www 5 Y .R X T M '. ax L qw I -R X . W Q' :gn K M fe ,P wrw f ,Wi fw M ,,., , ,,ggA-my , ff ,gy ,V Irvin LeClear Mary Lou McClain Charla Jenkins 274 g Special People Robert Ecklund Connie Riley Joyce Roth Acknowledgments Ed Poston pzctures on pages 37 40 41 and 341 .Louie Cop! pictures on pages 1 and 348 Gordon Smith: picture on page 24. Ed Gray,' picture on page 36. Allen Byrdg pictures on pages: 20, 21, 120, 121, 200, and 201. Jim Farleyppicturesfor Men and Women's Residence Halls. Larry Meredith Cyntha Robison O e EY 4 I . 3 .. . , Qir L-:. . . Y Vernon Young Carol Garriott Charlie Brooks t va Jim Stone Bill Rinehart I' 6 S G ' ff' S Jerry Shafer Bruce Scott Greg Dunkin ' y A cknowledgments Terry .lonesg picture and copyjor page 306, and pictures for married student and offcampus housing. Mr. and Mrs. Anton M. Zouplna and their daughter Kitty on page 12 and 13. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hallqfor specialpicture arrangements. Cynthia Petersg Introduction layout. David Stormontg page 30, 1970 AA C-A CPRA A wards Competition, Special Merit KS TCfor photography. 275 K f s ? B F 4 Q , i 'Q Q 3 if A 3 C y,.,..-,-Qf-Hf.-.,..- an .,,,-W,-.f..w.,.x.-., ..- f. :..--- Mm-1 --1.-,4,V-W, QM.. .,, 1.-x. .. -..,- -..,- . ..,,,,f... ., MA, .. ,.41.f.,.,, V, .,.,. - ..,:,...,.. JV-, ...-,,.J,...,..,, . .- VM. .,..,,-.1 V.-. Aw.--,A...,,--v,-v..g.v,m--.W-.A-, W.. v.-.f.-.' Bw mia' ntata . 'BULLETIN Lditorw .....,.... ..,, . . ,, ...., Associate Editor Assistant Editor Sports Editor .. Editorial Writers Social Editor .. Makeup Editors Photography . . . Reporting ....., Gregory G Terry C. Morris ., Jennnt- Busby Nancy Jo Roland .. Jot- lluchanan Ginny Stn-greman ..,,. Ann Clark . .............,....,....... Craig I-Iustico. Kent Runyan . .....,.,......,..,..,.,........,.,... Photo Publications Carolyn Ashley, Marilyn Clark, Louis Copt, Janie Dragoo, arrett, Marsha Hollingsworth, Linda Johnson. Priscilla Kaufman, David Kern. Jan Longhofer, Sally McCrac, Peggy Murphy. Sue Oaks, Advertising: 81 Business Manager ., ..,,.. ,,.. . Assistant Circulation Manager , ...., . Tim O'Connor, David Pierce, Susan Ridcnour, James Shcblc News and Publications Tom Davies .... Jim Scott wcltlllldw- Left to right: Terry C. Morris, Tom Davies, Jeanne Busby, Joe Buchanan, Nancy Jo Roland Spring Staff Top to bottom: Joe Buchanan, Tom Davies, Cary Mathes, Jeanne Busby. ' ILP., TIN' News Staff Editor Jeanne Busby Cary Mathes Denny Privat Joe Buchanan Associate Editor Sports Editor Asst. Sports Editor Business Manager Tom Davies Advisor Ralph Daggett Society Editor Zelda Zilch 279 Glen Gimple, Sponsor Ken Farrell, lst Vice President Mark Cation Bill Gress DeWayne Walls 2 80 Dr. Brand, Sponsor Albert Stout, Secretary Ricard Rihg David Guth Jon Rhoads Alpha Phi Omega r. Richard Kesling, Sponsor Jim Precht, President Steve Raymer Leonard Unruh Duane Pomeroy Brad Linville Jerry Rittgers Philip Stout Bruce Parker, Treasurer Stanley Miller Gary Turner Dennis Pratt Guy Hamman, Sponsor Dennis Donahoo, 2nd Vice President Darrell Sommerhauser Historian Robert Dobbs Bob Fabian sw xg:-' ix Alpha Phi Omega - Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity with a chapter at KSTC. This fraternity is the largest of its type in the United States with over 500 chapters on many college campuses across the nation. They have over 100,000 active and alumni members. Guided by three cardinal principals, Leadership, Friendship, and Service, APO seeks to give any and all types of service to the campus, community, and nation. lla- w a s The Epsilon Alpha chapter at the Teachers College was established in 1947. Membership is open to all college men, Greek and Independent, who have a desire to serve others. Some of the varied projects undertaken by APO are: annual book exchange between semesters, directing the annual homecoming parade, the Mr. and Miss Legs charity driveg Orientation Day Activitiesg "The Great Canoe Race on the Mighty Cottonwood." 28 Collegiate 4 -H The busy activity schedule of the E-State Collegiate 4-H Club includes running a food booth at the Hutchinson State Far, judging at County Club Days, sponsoring Hal- loween and Christmas parties, a weekend at Rock Springs Ranch, a hay rack ride, a western party, card parties, ex- ? t change meetings with other Collegiate 4-H Clubs, and presentation of an Outstanding Senior Award. The purpose of this organization is to further interest in 4-H work and provide assistance and leadership to county 4-H clubs. 5, Row one, I. to r.: Joyce Becher, Jana Enright, president, Linda Adams, vice president, Janet Sauerwein, parliamentarian,Ann Verscheldeng row two: June June Halverson, Denice Spence, Janet Stewart, Kathleen Downey, Jackie Udall, Rosemary Meagher, song leaderg row three: Dr. A. Eddy, sponsor, Michael Ann Walford, secretary-treasurer, Rosanne Richardson, June Stewart, Linda Ferree, Peggy Yohon, Vickie Roberts, Frankie Scrogging row four: Carol J anke correspondent secretary, Cynthia Gasche, Rose Anna Seymour, Nina Kuykendall, Norman Cooper, Mary Butel, reporter, Sharon Blender, Linda Crawshaw not pictured: Debby Jones, correspondent secretary, Phil Dunbar, Larry Cartmill, Marvin Mauck. 282 18 if 9, K K D '14 ,,.,'p B 2.2 4 X f i ,, at x 5 1 . First row tl to rj: Dr. John Long, sponsor and black belt, Christine Voorhees, John Bahre, Dennis Cromwell, Cecilia Nick, president and black belt, 2nd row: Barbara Coon, Fran Sonntag, Charlie Ballou, Craig Weeks, Frank Meade, Ron Plinsky, blue beltg 3rd row: Doug Perrin, vice pres. and green belt, Greg . . . St House, Marc Richter, green belt, Grant Reynolds, green belt, Alan Wllkeg not pictured: Jim Stone, blue belt, Nancy Wakelield, Margaret Verhage, eve Denny. Jujitsu Club Karate Club The K.S.T.C. Karate Club, a branch of the Karate Federation of Hawaii, was established on campus in De- cember, 1969. The local founder, Bert Kajitani, has been practicing the art of Karate for ten years, and holds the rank of Black Belt ffirst degreej. One little known, but important fact about Karate, is that it is an art and not a sport. Karate is used for self-defense and physical fitness. The purpose of the .Iujitsu Club is to promote the art of Judo and Jujitsu. The club meets twice a week under the sponsorship of Dr. John Long. The E-State Jujitsu Club was organized at the Teachers College in May, 1969. Each semester there are guest visits by Black Belt instructors. fi v , , gi, 9 , X L x , Q A X y 5 '+?f, ' - 1' K ' .ii i at ' 1 i .If , , , , K g 1 A . y , Q x 5 1 We E ' 'T ' . ' t , t . b f 0 ' 1 K ,L .-Q.Wf K, 2' K ' ' l Y 5 f I .I , l 1 Y JP .iii Y X Q '5 ff 'fl 1 0 , P ' 1 ' 9 si .A . be . . ' 9 ww as 1, -.,. y 7 T' i' 'W 1 ii A If - J ' X L-N -V' I 5" M Ch I St ns Albert Kirbe Doug McDonald Mark Shaw Jolm Maduros, Back rovv tl to rj: Tom Hanifan, Monte Borders, blue belt, Willie Williams, ar es eve , , , , Kenneth Casey, Ronald Perrin, 2nd row: Phil Conrady, blue belt, Russ Davis, Larry McGregor, blue belt, Gary Humbarger, Frank Catalo, blue belt, Glenn Humbarger, Michael Hood, Martin Alvarado, Darryl Reeder, Ron Ballard, Vic Metz, Front row: Bert Kajitani, president and black belt, Honda Gutierrez, . . I Leona Torres, Barbara Torres, Marla Spaeth, J an Kenton, Nina Blanks, blue belt, Dr. John Long, sponsor and black be t. 283 Hui O'Hawaii Back row: Dr. Robert Boles, advisor, Stephen Barrett, Vaughn Kawai, Rich Furuyama, Arthur Ripley: Row two: Karen Bigno, Melvin Chiba, president, Tom Gushiken, Dewey Paul Carter, Alvin Tagomori, Susan Nagahirog Row three Jacqueleen Hada, vice president, Susan Matsushita, Sharlyne lhara, parliamentarian-historian, Mrs. Dewey Carter, Charlene Takamori, secretary, Sharon Brown. The K.S.T.C. Rodeo Club sponsored its first annual rodeo this year in April. Colleges from Oklahoma, Kan- sas, and Nebraska which are members of the Central Plains Collegiate Rodeo Association were eligible to com- pete. In addition, they participated in other CPCRA- sponsored rodeos, sponsored jackpot events at the indoor arena south of Emporia, cookouts, and trail rides. High points for the year are the rodeos at the end of the school year and the Association finals at Fort Hays State. The purpose of Hui O'Hawaii is to encourage Ha- waiian students on the mainland to participate in college activities, to promote Hawaiian spirit on campus, and to participate in money-making projects which contribute to an annual scholarship for an Hawaiian student. Activities include bowling, picnics, intramurals, and an annual end- of-the-year banquet. Back row, left to right: Dr. Tom Bailey, sponsor, John Dawley, board member, Dan Dennett, Mike Peck, treasurer, Ron Schreib- vogel, president, Dr. James F. Hoy, sponsor. Kneeling, left to right: Rosetta Shaw, Linda Singer, Joy Gough, board member, Betty Kelsey, secretary, Lonnie Janzen, vice-president, Connie Heaney, board member. Not pictured: Barbee Doudican, Jack Foster, Beth Humphrey, Mary Sheldon, Donna Shidner. u .cj-asus.-'I ia .Fi Rodeo Club SPURS V 4 ,,...........--.......---N , Y , Left to right: Ruth Shearer, Sunshine Chairman, Barb Torres, vice president, Debbie Dell, treasurer, Kathy Bernhardt, secretary, Nan Razook, president, Debbie DeGarmo, editor, Jo Wentz, historian, Dee Smith, song leader. Sacrifice, Patriotism, Understanding, Responsibility, and Service are the Eve qualities upon which the SPURS build their organization. The group, made up of thirty sophomore women, is an honorary service organization which was established on this campus in 1963. lflflfllf -wi, , During the year their activities include tours ofthe campus, Parents' Day Mum Sale, working at the Blood- mobile, ushering at the Miss E-State Contest, Project Concern, and helping with enrollment, elections and Freshman Orientation. ..:I,,ty Back row, lel't to right: Brenda Peterson, Jann Parsons, Vickie James, Roxie Hague, Sata Elkouri, Sherry Michaels, Marvie Siemson, Karen Anderson, Lin- da Dowler, Mary Jean Hanis, Ginger Cummings, Tricia Eslinger, Jean Ann Chambers, Diane Edmission, Martha Kemp, Leslie Dowler, Kim Settle, Terry Dawson, Carol Hastings, Kyle Holloway, Carol Murray, Diane Shirley, Pam Johnson. First row, left to right: Ruth Shearer, Debbie Dell, Barb Torres, Nan Razook, Kathy Bernhardt, Jo Wentz, Debbie DeGarno, Dee Smith. 285 International Club INTERNATIONAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP A FALL A 1970 Asheber Aberra, Carolyn Adams, Renato Alba, Issam Al Usaimi, Barbara S. Anandan, Desta Asayehgn, Col. Thomas Badger, Bill Ballard, Janet Binkley, Warner Blackburn, Pablo Boger, Barbara Bohm, Brent Brown, Prasert Bunlusilp, Jaime Castillo, Pilar Castro, Ranu Chamnankit, Martha Cheng, Pachern Chowrua, Esther Chui, Pam Clark, Mr. Robert Cleaver, Mrs. Robert Cleaver, Carmenza Correa, Dorine Dilak, Sylvester Dirks, Herman DuBon, Marty Dunivant, Margaret Fish, Bernhard Gademann, Sharon Gentry, Peggy Gillman, Ana Maria Gonzalez, Jeannine Gordon, Francisco Gutierrez, June Halverson, Ann Marie Hampton, Mr. Muslih Harbi, Mrs. Muslih Harbi, Debi Hardwick, Mr. James Harter, Sonia Hayse, Maryann Highberger, Mr. Raymond Horton, Mrs. Raymond Horton, Huong Huyen, Kenneth Johnson, Marvin Jones, Saleem Khan, Eilene Kittle, Zandra Kopp, Judy Landis, Helen Lynch, John Maduros, Krishna Manandhar, Boonruang Manyam, Eleanor Mathews, Mammo Mekuria, Mr. Assefa Meressa, Mrs. Assefa Meressa, Shirley Miller, Monica Minnis, Alberto Moran, John Mulumba, Bar- tholomew Muruli, Yita Negga, Ngoc Suong Nguyen, Mary Nichols, Mary Jane O'Brien, Mr. Alfred Olatayo, Mrs. Alfred Olatayo, Alberto Olivares, Eduardo Pascual, Bipin Patel, Huong Pham Thi, Richard Porter, Marilyn Probst, Luis Puentes, Patty Rhadford, Rosanne Richardson, Isabel Rodriguez, Tomas Rodriguez, Dr. Max Rogers, Gloria Rojas, Mr. Octavio Rojas, Mrs. Octavio Rojas, Hiromi Saito, Zekarias Selassie. Iwan Setiawan, Prachim Sinsup, Barbara Spencer, William Stevens, Ena Stoff, Dr. Ratna Sudershanam, Mangal Taj, Kiree Tongserm, Mr. Amos Udo, Mrs. Amos Udo, Sachie Uehara, Sampan Wootirat, Getahun Worku, Panic Zavos, Abe Zhiri. j 1 I A ... ,.. - International Club Oflicers tl to rl: Mary Jane O'Brien, Entertainment Chairman. U.S.Ag Zekarias Selassie, Program Chairman, Ethiopia: June Halverson, Publicity Chairman, U.S.A1 Desta Asayehgn, Treasurer, Ethiopia: Carolyn Adams, Secretary, U.S.Ag Bernhard Gademann, Vice-President. Switzerlandg Dorine Dilak. President, Iran: Mr. James Harter. Advisor. One of the largest special interest groups on campus is the International Club. It has approximately 75 members who work to promote understanding among American and foreign students. Activities for the year include lec- tures. talent programs. international dinners. picnics. dis- cussion of different cultures. and fashion shows. Campus events initiated by the group since its founding in l96l are the K.S.T.C. Soccer Team and International Week. fav 287 Vigilan tes The Vigilantes were organized on this campus in l968. for physically handicapped students. Among their yearly Their purpose is to promote social and athletic activities activities are a wheelchair football game and a penny arcade. ,Q , N ,V k,,t I ' f, ,, .W f e L , ,y4'2'2P 1 ' fi f , 5, ,A-'fn jrgjw, nip 4 w First row il to rj: Preston Isaacson, Glenn Kjerslad, Tom Gibson, Kenneth Latimer, Michael Kennedy, Steve Young, Mark Kroeschen, Jim Veerkampg second row: Mike Peters, Pres., Dennis Howard, Lyman Massch, Lloyd Lampton, Larry Schmidt, John Gatling third row: Dan Lapsley, Mascot, Bob Midesic, Pete Young, James Foust, Michael Lesther, Wendell Lewis, John Ross, Jim Coleman. i f""ffM Yiii C a rdin al Key National Honor S orority Since the establishment of Cardinal Key National Honor Sorority on the Kansas State Teachers College Campus in 1965, sixty-four women have pledged themselves to the four Cardinal virtues of Prudence, Justice, Temperance, and Fortitude. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Carol Marshall, members strive to aid education and its many facets by giving of themselves in thought, word, and deed. Through projects members of Cardinal Key strive to serve the campus and community. Established projects include Organization Night, King and Queen of Hearts, publication of organizational pamphlets, and publication of the Newsletter, however, the efforts of members extend into many other areas to aid in campus events. New Cardinal Key members, who are selected in the spring, are selected on the basis of their scholastic record, personality, character, and leadership in extra-curricular activities. Carolyn Stoering. Laura Huslig, Janie Edwards, Kim Courtney, Darla Giggy, Corresponding President Vice President Recording Secretary Secretary x ll 'mlb s l W 4952 alia Zi 22'- I ,,. Ml Treasurer Judy Smith Molly Briscoe Ruth Dittemore Q .3 - l Wanda Regier Rosalind Williams Ginny Garrett Roberta Franklin Denise Hamilton, Historian Dr. Carol Marshall, Sponsor 289 Natzonal Honorary Leadershzp Fraternity Dan Flummerfelt lst Vice-Pres Greg Claeys, Treasurer ni Sec. Dale Wash h John Bishop, Social Chairman Iue Key Blue Key is a national honorary leadership fraternity for men. Its members are selected from Teachers College men at the close of their junior year, and they participate throughout their senior year. Among the activities sponsored by Blue Key are the annual Freshman Talent Show, which is held during orien- tation week, Blue Key Darling, coordination of home- coming and graduation exercises, and an Annual Prayer Breakfast, the proceeds of which go to the Dean's Emergency Fund. This year the tirst Blue Key Founders Day was established, at which Gov. Robert Docking, Dr. John King, and Richard Reicherter were honored. The services combined with personalities of the men in Blue Key make the organization a very important part ofthe Teachers College. Blue Key members pose outside the President's Dining Room. Front row, left to right: Gene Brehm, John Bishop, Dan Dennis, Mike Sears, ' Back row: Ben Ford, Maurice Schmidt, Dan Flummerfelt, Greg Claeys, Lonnie Kvasnicka, Phil Martin, Richard F. Reicherter. The Members DAN DENNIS, President: Business Administration major, Administrative Management Society, Vice-Presi- dent Phi Beta Lambda, IFC representative, Alpha Kappa Lambda. DAN FLUMMERFLET, lst Vice-President: Social Sci- ence major, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Sigma Phi Epsilon. MAURICE SCHMIDT, 2nd Vice-President: Special Education major, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, Student Senate, Sigma Tau Gamma. MIKE SEARS, 3rd Vice-President: Psychology major, President of Union Activities Council, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Phi Kappa Tau. GREG CLAEYS, Treasurer: Business Administration major, Acacia President, Varsity basketball. PHIL MARTIN, Recording Secretary: Social Science major, Student Senate, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Sigma Phi Epsilon. LONNIE KVASNICKA, Corresponding Secretary: Busi- ness Administration major, National Phi Beta Lambda President, Kansas State Phi Beta Lambda President, Gamma Phi Alpha Honor Society, Union Activities Coun- cil, Alpha Kappa Lambda. GENE BREHM, Alumni Secretary: Biology major, Bi- ology Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda. DALE WASHBURN, Public Relations Director: Business Administration major, Administrative Management Asso- ciation, Personnel Management Association, Phi Beta Lambda, Local President, Alpha Kappa Lambda. BEN FORD, Historian: Business Administration major, Varsity tennis letterman, Union Activities Council, Col- legiate Young Democrats, Alpha Kappa Lambda. JOHN BISHOP, Social Chairman: Business Administra- tion major, Administrative Management Society, Varsity golfletterman, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Kappa Lambda. 291 First Blue Key Founders Day Established 3 r fn.,-n . Governor Robert B. Docking is initiated as an honorary member ol' Blue Key Honor Fraternity at Emporia. Gov. Robert Docking was inducted into membership in Kansas State Teachers College's chapter of Blue Key National Honorary Leadership Fraternity, May 23, in the chapter's first Founder's Day dinner. He was inducted into the Emporia chapter because of "his leadership, and be- cause he is truly a man of the people." Daniel Dennis, President of the Emporia chapter, read the warrant of honorary membership. Gov. Docking was inducted into the fraternity by Richard Reicherter, Associate Professor of Business at K.S.T.C., who is advisor to the Emporia chapter and Na- tional Secretary of the fraternity. 292 First annual Blue Key Founder's Day honors two charter members. Left, Dr. John E. King, former President of KSTC, and right, Richard Reich- erter, local advisor and National Secretary. In other segments of the program, plaques were pre- sented to Governor Docking commemorating his induction, to Dr. King, former president of the Teachers College, for the leadership he displayed in the founding of the organi- zation, and to Mr. Reicherter for his role in the founding and the continuing success of the organization on the K.S.T.C. campus. The program also included introduction of alumni, introduction of members of the K.S.T.C. administration and faculty, and recognition of both the history and future of the chapter. The dinner was preceded by a social hour and followed by dancing. It was held in the American Legion. V Blue Key Darling I . , Molly Briscoe, this year's Blue Key Darling, accepts her trophy from Dan Dennis, Blue Key President. Homecoming Queen, Rosalind Williams, escorted by Blue Key member, Mike Sears. Prayer Breakfast Blue Key hosting the annual Prayer Breakfast held in the Spring. 293 VVHCYS WHO Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities lists 35 Teachers College juniors and seniors for 1970-71. 294 Gary Nantz-Emporia 1-'fp Denis Hamilton-Valley Center Ginny Garrett-Sedan G. Philip Martin-Olathe gf ,ff 7 , fl ,L ' ff wi' Elizabeth Honeycutt-Humboldt Mike Manning-Lincoln, Neb N-v"""""'N el X -. WM, Qkgxbxmxmxe Mary Butel-Paola Marilyn Sigler-Burdick Scott Robinson-Kansas City Ron Sasse-Athol 5 :E i Brenda Peterson-Kingman Mary Lamborn-Leavenworth Janet Simpler-Junction City Mike Sears-Hosington Mark Kuhn-Russell Carolyn Stoering-Liberal l Roberta Daniels-Tribune 295 296 W -. wav -M' Mark Shaw-Kansas City Janet Painter-Emporia Wanda Regler Buhler Kim Courtney-WaKeeney Sam Jameson Hiawatha - -1? Darla Giggy-Wichita Danny Flummerfelt-Hugoton Patsy Ellen Wells-Olathe Linda Higley-Cummings Mary Ann Steele-Hutchinson Rosalind Williams-Emporia Janie Edwards-Emporia Patricia Ransom-Salina Jim Williams-Kansas City Gerald Ohmes-Greeley Sandra Gleue Gunlock-LeRoy Shirley Miller-Kansas City Betty Walters-Beattie 297 Xi Phi - honorary organization Xi Phi is an honorary leadership organization which these ends the 24 members participate in an annual leader- was founded locally in 1922. The purpose of the organiza- ship retreat and help to organize the Miss E-State Contest tion is to honor the outstanding leaders on campus and to and the honorary faculty award. use this leadership for the betterment of K.S.T.C. Toward Student Strike A Strike in Support of Dissent WHEREAS: The Students at Kansas State Teachers College and the College of Emporia support the right of students to peacefully dissent, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the two Senates promote in every way possible a non-violent strike on May 7, 1970. The Executive Council of Faculty Senate recognized the right of the Student Senate to propose a non-violent means of dis- sent. It, furthermore, encourages all students and faculty regardless of their individual beliefs to respect the right of dissent and to avoid all acts which may limit the individual to dissent or not to dissent. 5 300 MAY 7 SCHEDULE 7:30 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:30 9:30 a.m.-Strike Begins a.m.eUNION SQUARE Explanation of Student Senate action Kent University Memorial Service a.m.vMarch to College of Emporia a.m.fConvocation at Kenyon Hall, College of Emporia a.m.fMarch to Civic Auditorium p.m.-Sunken Garden, KSTC Evening Service sa- f' Ulw 04' S177 E1 AND 5 ffw T JM ,eg si E! s "' 'v Q95 I is 'ff HJ , "? Q S K s , 1 M QS V .VL. f ,L'- A js ' I t Roger Williams Fellowship The Roger Williams Fellowship is a local religious organization occupying and carrying on many of its ac- tivities at the Baptist Campus Center, ll27 Market. Shar- ing interpretations and concerns involving differences that exist between the college and church community has been of special concern this year. Creating and conducting wor- ship services once a month at the First Baptist Church and student teams interacting with area churches has help- ed to interpret campus ministry. The activities of the group include a Sunday evening common meal and discussion, a Wednesday night sharing group, and a group for engaged couples. A special event during semester break was an exposure trip to Kansas City. Roger Williams Fellowship seeks not only to strengthen Christian students through meaningful relation- ships, but also through serious discussion, programs and exposure. John Grisham, campus minister has been available for advice and guidance, during the absence of Rev. Lee Carlson, on sabbatical leave. 5 S i Q.,-iffy A 303 THE CATHOLIC STUDENT OR- GANIZATION SEEKS TO SERVE THE CAMPUS CHRISTIAN COM- MUNITY BY PROVIDING OP- PORTUNITIES FOR THE DE- VELOPMENT AND EXPRESSION O F CHRISTIAN CONCERN THROUGH A WELL-ROUNDED PROGRAM OF SOCIAL, RE- Cafe? Baptist ' I Q Student I Union vt A Catholic 'tt Student Organization 2 fs 33 LIGIOUS, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES. AMONG THE ORGANIZATION'S AC- TIVITIES ARE PICNICS, SUN- DAY AND WEEK-DAY EUCHAR- ISTIC CELEBRATIONS, DI- ALOGUES, AND PARTICIPA- TION IN THE ANNUAL STATE CONVENTION. 'N' Q Top Row tl to rj: Thomas Orton, Kenneth Defore, Richard Hatfield, Duane Hatfield, president, Donald Crawfordg First Row: Camella Stafford, vice president, Charlotte Martin, Vicki Scott, D. Roark, sponsor. The Baptist Student Union is a religious organization Annual activities include a convention, rest home bringing greater fellowship and increased perspective service, and inter-collegiate activities across the nation. among Southern Baptists on the Emporia State campus. 304 Gamma Delta is the campus Lutheran organization. ing yearly events: an initiation dinner, a Christmas formal, Since its founding on April 26, 1942, the local chapter has a regional convention, and fall and spring retreats. New added a student center and has participated in the follow- activities include work days and folk group concerts. G a m m . a 'ln D e I l Z, l L . 'ex 'x N, 'Ns K lst row coming down: Delores Davis, Bob Koehler-Vicar, Carolyn Rankin, Ann Koehler, Mary Podrazic-Sec., Peggy Clark, Ann Clark, Anita Williamson-Treas. , 2nd row coming down: Brad Lindville, Dennis Vogts, Bob Schemm, Dan Swenson, Donna Schemm, Leota Kraus-Pres., David Kopp, Ken Schad. Not pictured: Harold Schwinn-V P. 305 4 1 , ,xx 1 s x, , -i , , . , ,M if is 2 M in " Q ,V,Q , is 'fit A f ,-,,,,, ,L, ,, A ,fkwm . Xi 4 f 1, , kk , N. , 5 f0,,sA A The sum of all my loves combined in one,' Of all my dreams unrealized and told! My soul: the tireless gaoler of whzifs done, My love: the blessed keeper ofmyysoul. ,fwf ,L , 5 1. My . W . . Z 2 ep, f az: My 1 f 7 Y My an " SE? if " is ,A ,Y , 5, . 1 In K I , f or ,ego ,J x L,,.,.,-Me ,M wwf Jr, 5 , Wg' I doubt that there be one so dearly ehos'n, Ajthat one which to one heart bher soul. For she, by merely living gives meimore, M Than soul or heart of mine could keep in store ' Members of ACACIA reside at 1115 Merchant. ' I rrf--' 2 All Morality, Wisdom, Truth Established in the spring of 1970, the Emporia colony of Acacia had obtained and filled a house by the following fall semester. The colony is setting a goal for obtaining its charter early in 1971. Acacia, in its first semester at Emporia, set a precedent for itself in scholarship by placing second in scholarship among the fraternities. Tom Bowman, Assistant Executive Secretary for Acacia, spent five days at the Acacia house. He was interested in the colony's progress and advised the colony as to activities and programs for the future. Acacians participated in all intramural sports, and members were active in Blue Key, varsity football, basketball, track, cross-country, soccer, and golf. Social events included exchanges, an informal, and a formal. All in all, Acacia is quickly finding its place in the Teachers College's Greek system. A little study never hurt anybody? , pf ' . I I ,f ,,,.f .4 Members of Alpha Kappa Lambda reside at their house located at 1215 Sylvan. ...The Word and The Truth -I FORTY-SIX CHAPTERS-FOUND5 UNIVERSITY ge-Q ,V OF CALIFORNIA, BERKLEY, CALIFORNIA, I9I4-LAMB- gg! DA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1949-President, Gary Minson, Vice-President of Management, Bill Bonfield, H- Vice-President ol Membership, Dave Scott, Vice- President of Education, Mike Lancaster, Pledge Edu- cation, Tom Davies, House Manager, Arthur Ripley. M Greeks. A way ofgivin A way ofcaring Yes, Greek Lzfe is all tlnis, Its a way ,of living... A way oflaughing 309 3 3 :gf ...vm at The Phi Delta Theta house, located at S26 Union. . Pr Q5 . PEE fin: ' Founded as a local fraternity on the campus in 1966, Phi Delta Theta established the Kansas Epsilon Chapter in 1968. Phi Delts continued to lead all fraternities in scholarship by receiving the scholarship award for the fifth consecutive semester. Purpose of Phi Delta Theta is to promote friendship, sound learning and rectitude. The Phi Delta social calendar was highlighted by the fall informal, "Phi Vegas" and the spring formal, "White Carnation Ball." Informal events, exchanges, and woodsies filled the year's social activities for the Phi Delts. They also initiated a fraternity exchange with the Sigma Tau Gammas and participated in a bridge tournament. Phi Delta Thetas were active in campus affairs, var- sity sports and various campus honorary societies. A well rounded and extremely memorable year was experienced by all members of Phi Delta Theta. GQ 3' Q t 3 S is Nt 1 jki ' 5 - - Q' 10 A- 'ffssaa Members of Phi Kappa Tau reside at their house located at 527 State Street. NINETY-SIX CHAPTERS-FOUNDED MIAMI UNI- VERSITY, OXFORD, OHIO, I906-EMPORIA COLONY ESTABLISHED 1967-President, Mark Shaw, Vice- Presidenf, Mike Hood, Treasurer, Larry Hauser, Sec- retary, Grovmer Edie. Phi Kappa Tau is different, in that the organization is made up of different individuals who can work together as one functioning body. Individuality is not a forgotten ele- ment in the development ofa well-rounded man. Phi Kappa Tau is dedicated to the development of a well-rounded fra- ternity man. In its fourth year at the Teachers College, the Colony of Phi Kappa Tau was granted a charter, and became the Delta Zeta Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau, on March 14, 1970. In its short existence of four years, the men of Phi Kappa Tau have built a fraternity from the ground up. An important factor in the building of the fraternity was the newly purchased chapter house, which is located at 527 State. Working together on the remodeling of the house gave the members an increased pride in being a Phi Tau. One of the goals of Phi Kappa Tau is to get involved in campus activities, and they are doing just that. A num- ber of brothers are in such organizations such as Inter- fraternity Council, Associated Student Government, Union Activities Council, and Blue Key Leadership Fraternity. Another goal of Phi Kappa Tau is brotherhood. "Pledge" and "Active" are two words that are not spoken in the Phi Tau house. Member, then brother, is what they strive for. New Phi Taus are accepted not as pledges, but as members in a learning process toward brotherhood in Phi Kappa Tau. W5 114 ' cilfbfili r ,M X, f f. as vw K Q 5, A fxxi J k-L,. 1 ,fr T 7 Rx ' X i 4 Qn N N fcfn , - Qu X ff XL:,- Lf Q 5, n W, My I - -mf f X VQTTHQW if' . U :Avg -wen - ...Well-Rounded Men 9 2 3 E 3 . . . and here we have, physical adeptness or is it just "goofing off?" 314 ewllfffgly vP?'2. X 9 is . 1II.Il :ti t-gijllilllllllly Elrlnlwlllllllgit i Members of the Phi Sigs little sister organization pose before a rush party. Purpose of Phi Sigma Epsilon is to promote a closer bond among the men students of higher educational. institutions so they might enter into a more intimate fellowship with those dedicated to education and a better understanding of men. This fraternity, the oldest at K.S.T.C., was organized 60 years ago on this campus. This chapter is the charter chapter. Fall activities began with the annual Phi Sig Commode Bowl queen where Sharon Peterson, Chi Omega, was crowned queen. The 60th Farmer's Ball was next with all attending having a great time. Homecoming was highlighted by visits of many alums. The remainder of the year was filled with numerous exchanges and informal parties that climaxed in the spring with the Phi Sigma Epsilon White Tea Rose Formal. Members of Phi Sigma Epsilon emphasized community service throughout the school year. The Bloodmobile, several campus cleanups, and the all-Greek United Fund Drive were a few ofthe events. Extra-curricular activities participated in by the Phi Sigs included IFC, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Phi, Sociology Club, Spanish Club, Collegiate Young Democrats, Collegiate Young Republicans, UAC, and Men's Chorale. Phi Sigs were also active in many intramurals. Annual Commode Bowl Game ...hu , l Miss Sharon Peterson, member of Chi 0519831 feigns as queen Pledges prior to the bout with the actives seem quite at ease! at the game. FORTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS-FOUNDED KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, EMPORIA, KANSAS- ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED T910-President, Paul Spring, Executive Secretary, Jerry Cindricg Vice-Presi- dent of Fiancmce, Denver Marlow, Vice-President of Membership, Dan Brown, Vice-President of Pledge Edu- cation, Jon Johnson, Vice-President of Public Rela- tions, John Purintong Vice-President of House and Grounds, Larry Ward. Actives and Commode Bowl queen candidates before the game. 315 -I QQ " L. ! E 6 9 0' QQ 54' Q' HQ -xQr ,ft Brothers are always willing to help others with a class. ...Virtue, Diligence, Brotherly Love 5 A !'Al Q is The school year got off to a new look at the Sig Ep house this year with the arrival of a new housemother, Mrs. Lilly Strand. A reception was held in her honor. Those qualities conducive to responsibility and campus leadership received due emphasis as members of the chap- ter participated in various campus organizations. Serving on the Student Senate as senators were Mark Kuhn, Phil Martin and Terry Morris. On the Judicial Branch of the student government wer John Hundley and Scott Robin- son. Representatives to UAC included Mike Hottman and Mark Runyan. Dan Flummerfelt and Phil Martin were selected as members of Blue Key honorary fraternity, while John Hundley, Mark Kuhn and Scott Robinson were active in Xi Phi. Dan Flummerfelt, Mark Kuhn, Phil Martin and Scott Robinson were recognized in Q5 3 fi ff GV1 rifle 'O -i-'ns 'F' qi' J 'ax it Hifi? A e. -. 4, 11 1. gg-f-L ' . .A f-aa., l WAY. V or . ,... ,v.-, , D-.3 ,N auf Q M-pg..-4 an, tlfzaz. rv f'- 524221 ..l.fnunnnar... 0.2-u. ' U l , .xv igfnafif! PJ , 1 I X I Z T' Y' 1 f' 5 'W Wx M X if s E , W, 3 f ,WMM f 1 X I Y' I '- X v- X P l Guests ofthe Sig Taus enjoy a Tuesday night dinner. 318 Residence for the Sigma Tau Gammas is located at 1309 Sylvan. Delta Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma had an active year with the fall highlight being Homecoming. They hosted a buffet dinner for alumni following the football game. The Sigma Tau's social activities included rush functions, sorority exchanges, the annual Christmas party, and a "Protest Party? The social events were climaxed by the traditional White Rose Formal, where Isabelle Corrado was crowned queen. Scholastically, Sigma Tau Gamma has done quite well. Four men made Gamma Phi Alpha which is an honor designated to those who rank in the top 28 gradepoint averages for actives and top 10 pledges in all the fraternities on campus. Becoming involved in campus organizations and activities strengthens the fraternity as well as the individual. Always being sports-minded, the Sig Taus actively participated in college sports. Mike Miller was starting pitcher for the Hornets, Dale Niehus was in wrestling and Don Stevens was an outstanding freshmen in varsity basketball. The Little Sisters OrganizationeDelta Sigma-was organized in the fall of l969 by the chapter. The purpose of the organization is to work in cooperation with the chapter during rush week and other social functions, to assist with community service projects, money making projects and also to serve as sisters to the men of Sigma Tau Gamma. With the sweeping success in wrestling and other intramural sports, the Sigma Tau's competed for the IFC intramural trophy. Ron Loewen, recent graduate, was selected outstanding Sigma Tau Gamma from all chapters across the nation. 55 5 55 E 1 E 1 Q - 63,5 A .Q g: J , W X I I - - V-r S' , H gl' Hxi?-:.lg fIlIlIIfIll 'K Q71 - if-2 R X eV if ' Members of Delta Sigma the Llttle Slster organlzatlon relax with Slg Taus SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS-FOUNDED CEN- TRAL MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE, WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI, 1920-DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED I922 -Presidenl, .Iim Dennisg Ist Vice-President, Ron Sin- clairg 2nd Vice-Presidenf, .Iim Sfoneg 3rd Vice-President, Leonard Crowl. Sig Taus and Tri Sigmas enjoy a friendly brew at an exchange. in the living room LES The purpose of Gamma Phi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon is to constantly strive to maintain high standards of fraternity, brotherhood and an understanding of fraternal, scholastic, and public responsibilities. The TKE's started the year out with leadership in campus positions. Paul Christianson served as president of Interfraternity Council and Tim Priest, Brian Powers, and Bill Hopper served as members ofthe Student Senate. On the social scene TEKES were again active as they hosted a large reception for the Lettermen when they appeared on campus. All three of the Lettermen are members of Tau Kappa Epsilon. The Bowery Party in the fall and sorority exchanges highlighted the pre-Christmas activities at the TKE house while the annual Pig Roast party, Senior Weekend and the l97l Red Carnation Ball highlighted the spring. Debbi Hinricks was selected as the chapter sweetheart. In regard to public service TKE helped out at the Retarded Children's Center and assisted in an Emporia Park Clean-up. The TEKES also participated in Greek Week and many members serve as members of various campus organizations. Not for Wealth, Rank, or Honor 1 TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE CHAPTERS-FOUND- ED ILLINOIS WESLEYAN, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 1899-GAMMA PHI ESTABLISHED 1951-President, Tom Nicks, Vice-President, Steve Montgomery, Sec refary, Ron Cockranp Treasurer, Ron Ball, Sgt. at Arms Brian Powers, Pledge Trainer, Lee Spring, Social Chair- man, Bill Hopper. Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon pose on their stairsteps with Housemother Avice Searl. H' TKE Sweetheart Debbi Hinricks chats with The Lettermen at the house following the fall Lettermen concert. lbsmqg if -rf . v?, .9'9". r , ' M 1. 3. 'Wfg if - ..-we , MNQN J . X X Panhellenic Council Seven national and the single local sororities at the Teachers College compose Panhellenic Council. This group meets to plan and coordinate activities and discuss universal problems of campus living. Together, the sororities work to fulfill the ideals and standards that are professed in the Panhellenic Creed. "Pan-Hell" is comprised of a president, a rush chair- man, and a selected or elected Panhellenic Representative from each of the sororities. Ruth Schillinger, Dean of Women, is the advisor to the Council. Aside from its main function of organizing and super- vising sorority rush week, the council initiates community service projects. This organization provides a place for the sororities to meet and discuss all current issues. Sigma Gamma Rho became a voting member of the Council this year which is under the direction of Judy Smith, president. Back row: Kathy Smith, Rita Swender, .loan Downs, Sharon Klassen, Susan Brown, Eileen Otte, Dean Ruth Schillinger, sponsorg Linda Johnson, Paula Gottes, Kathleen Wells, secretary, Gloria Modeland, Mary Ann Balloun, Denise Hamilton. Front row: Debbie DeGarmo, Mary Ann Cooper, Pat Bergman, Ginny Garrett, Nada Hawthorne, Debbie Dell, Rosalyn Watson, Connie Wilson, Sharon Enyart, and Judy Smith, president. 322 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL: Top row: Roger Smith, Lanny Redden, Randy Stone, Charles Kessler, Paul Christianson, president: Dave Miller, Mar- tin French. Second row: Dave Smith, treasurer, Mark Kuhn, Wendell lto, Mark Shaw, secretary, Bob Jackson, Rick Matz, Gary Minson. Front row: Dee Widler, John Hundley, Bob Baldwin, Mark Fujisaki, Ronnie Ball, Steven Montgomery, and Archie Chance. Interfraternity Council The purpose of lnterfraternity Council is to coordinate many activities among the Greek fraternities on campus. The activities are planned so that they will be successfully completed in an air of cooperation. Weekly meetings of a general nature and committees stemming from IFC hold meetings that cover various school functions. Some of these functions are rush, social activities, scholarship, intramurals, United Fund, blood- mobile, and Greek Week. They also sponsor the Home- coming rally and the football warm-up. IFC is composed of twenty-five men under the lead- ership of president Paul Christiansom. Sponsors include Robert Turvey, Harry Stephens, and Wiley Alberg. ACACIA 323 Aspire, Seek, Attain 324 E g rr ' i 234 , 5' -ri-A-'M-g Q.. if i 5, The purpose of Epsilon Epsilon chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to promote intellectual, spiritual, social and physical development. Early this fall the girls participated in rush and pledged 24 girls soon to become active sisters. Other fall activities included Parent's Day, Homecoming and the annual Mum Sale, intramurals, and the pledge informal. The Alpha Sigs have been very active on campus. Four sisters are members of Cardinal Key with Janie Edwards serving as president, three senior members are also listed in "Who's Who." Senate and U.A.C. is well represented with Alpha Sigs as committee members. Alpha Sig honors include: three candidates for Peggy Pedagog, three candidates for Miss Sunflower and representation in the Best-Dressed Coed contest. Last spring Priscilla Applegate and Leslie Lawton were fourth and first runners-up in the Miss Emporia contest. During the summer, Paula Gottes and Ginny Garrett attended the national convention in Virginia and were proud to accept the award for highest efficiency rating of all the Alpha Sigma Alpha chapters across the nation. Spring activities include Mother's Weekend, the annual formal, and participation in Greek Week. ,- W sf Xsi E5 ggi, 3 in 5 wma Sw., . x lin 1-hui? M Hifi, W N' f Egg Alpha Delts relax by busying themselves with Christmas activities following the Christmas tree decorating. LOCAL SORORITY-K.S.T.C. CAMPUS I966- President, Sharon Klassen, Vice-President, Joan Downs, Secretary, Pat Bergmman, Treasurer, Debbie Frost, Social Chairman, Kathy Brooks, Pledge Trainer, Carol Andre, Faculty Sponsor, Mrs. McLaughlin. 326 Mwwsfamss.. Alpha Delta Nu is a local social sorority founded on the Kansas State Teachers College campus on May 3, 1966. The purpose of the sorority is to establish a sisterhood for the furthering of scholarship, social, cultural and spiritual development. Even though they are a local sorority, they are a member ofthe Panhellenic Council. The girls acquired a new house this fall and were kept busy with many events this year. They sponsored a Homecoming alumnae tea, an informal and formal, Parent's Weekend, Founder's Day, service projects on campus and in the Emporia community. One such activity was the painting ofa bandstand in a local park. Highlights of the year were participation in Greek Week, Miss Emporia. and Miss Emporia State contests. They also had candidates in the Best-Dressed Coed contest, Miss Sunflower and Homecoming. Alpha Delta Nu's and their dates enjoy the annual formal by dancing to the music provided by the Counts. NZ 7?X EE inn, The purpose of Alpha Sigma Tau is to promote the ethical, cultural, and social develop- ment of its members. Striving to accomplish this goal, the Iota Chapter began its busy year with a successful rush which yielded 24 new pledges. During the first semester, the AT's were busy with Fathers' Weekend, Founders' Day, the informal "Lil Abner," and Homecoming. Rosalind Williams was crowned Peggy Peda- gog, and Carmen Rupe starred in the college production of "Celebration," Two additional Alpha Taus were selected into Who's Who, and two more were chosen to be in Xi Phi. Mem- bers also participated in the Best Dressed Coed Contest and Miss Sunflower. Chapter members participated throughout the year in various activities and projects connected with the Retarded Childrens' Center, stemming from our National Social Service Project which is working with the emotionally disturbed children. Elected officers were Denise Hamilton, president, Molly Briscoe, vice-president, Teri Didde, recording secretary, Kathy Ratkey, corresponding secretary, Pam Russell, treasurer, Rosalind Williams, rush chairman, Sue Bowers, pledge trainer, Joanne Hanlon, historian, Jeannine Wells, editor, and Mary Ann Balloun, Panhellenic representative. 327 ,,...-- Members of Chi Omega social sorority reside at 1519 Merchant. s',5f'x fi, Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals Nu Zeta chapter of Chi Omega celebrated the '70-'71 school year with their new housemother, Mrs. Belle J. Symington, and welcomed 24 new pledge sisters. On campus, many Chi Omegas are active. They are represented in Student Senate, Xi Phi, Spurs, with Nan Razook serving as president, Cardinal Key, and cheerleading. Off campus, they enjoy Parent's Day and Dad's Weekend. In early sping, the girls host their mothers for Mom's Weekend. Other annual activities include a formal and informal, Greek Week, Homecoming festivities, and philanthropic projects. Chi Omega has been represented well in Homecoming, Miss E-State, and the Best Dressed Coed contests. The sorority studied hard in hopes of again winning the Panhellenic scholarship trophy. Scholarship of members was evident by members being in various honorary organizations and on the honor rolls. 'V,I, inf!! n I Here we have-uh, the Chi 0 line-up! Moving in . . . sometimes you just want to give up . . . and take a rest. Happy pledges of Chi Omega would rather fight than switch. ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX CHAPTERS-FOUNDED UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS -NU ZETA ESTABLISHED I96I-President, Nada Hawthorne, Vice-President, Wanda Regierg Secretary, Brenda Peterson, Treasurer, Deena Donovan, Pledge Trainer, Lou Ann Manley, Personnel Chairman, Fran Miller. A 329 fm ft: .,Fi21f'2:5f':v.1.',.:2,'e: f:f x I ax R 2 545-T 323556-.m -V 1 -er ,,,.,43 di Members of Delta Zeta sorority reside at l005 Merchant with an annex located at ll2 West Tenth. Announcements are always exciting, especially engagements as Barbara Higgins found out! 330 iiiffiifi s , .jj 'Q il, 'e 4 5 The purpose of Delta Zeta social sorority is to promote scholarship, beauty and philanthropy. The Delta Pi chapter now holds the Panhellenic trophies for second place in scholarship and the trophy for sorority scholarship improvement. Philanthropic projects this year have included campaigning for the Cancer Drive, trick-or- treating for UNICEF, and sending clothes to the Navajo Indians for Christmas. Annual events include the formal, informal, Mother's and Father's Weekends, and the Alum Christmas party- tea. Active Delta Zetas on campus included Marcy Beebe, varsity cheerleader and student senator, Kim Courtney, member of Cardinal Key, Joyce Roath, chairman of CYR, and Cheryl Hannah, chairman of publications and communications for the Union Activities Council. The Delta Zetas were also represented in Greek Week activities, Miss Emporia and the Miss Emporia State contests. They also had candidates in the Best-Dressed Coed contest, Miss Sunflower and Homecoming. One of the highlights of the year was seeing Trudy Becker crowned queen at the Phi Sigma Epsilon Founderis Day Ball. il ii ll is 3,95- we xx I if X X N if T an GS Q A 'ar ' 2 Q- Sw L f ww? 5 ' fs-fg -gg f ' fa-'31 ff Q 4 ,Q K Q. -sk S 2 F, Sxvqfng Q 'I A . K v A 3' ' . eg Sig? GSA. TS 9 af A sf 3 A RN f.... x s L Aw 1' . . , Q I K 7 ex trnfaf A - + b Q wg , sw f K5 Lfkf 'iw is Q1 Q S Ng :fx kg A uv - 1 .gy Q, 3 , f 4' z J L Wi' W AF we X X -gi, z if ,E R . w ig s. it S YN -- 4 s gn' Girls of Sigma Gamma Rho pose outside their new house at 1307 Merchant. Standing is their sponsor Dr. Mary Bonner. . .Greater Community Service, Greater Community Progress In early fall the girls sponsored an open house to acquaint themselves with other sororities and organizations. itffef1'Qan1t vigil? sera l.o The purpose of the Gamma Psi Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority is best expressed in its slogan: "Greater Community Service for Greater Community Progress." This sorority is unique on the Teachers College campus in that it is the only predeominantly black sorority, and oneiof only two in the state. Although the local members are all Negro at this time, the sorority intends to be an interracial organization and the sisters are making sure that all are welcome. They sponsored a "get-to-know- one-anotheri' tea last fall. Gamma Psi Chapter participates in community activities and is currently working with a group of high school girls. They also sponsored a fall boutique show. The sorority is a member ofthe local Panhellenic chapter. Activities include Homecoming, a Christmas party, the Annual Rhomania Debutant Ball, and participation in Black Week. EIGHTY-THREE CHAPTERS-FOUNDED BUTLER UNIVERSITY, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, l922--GAM- MA PSI ESTABLISHED 1969-President, Rosalyn Wat- son, Vide-President, Cathie Smith, Secretary, Carrie Lolar, Treasurer, Debbie Dell, Historian, .loy Carroll. Maintain Social, lntellectual and Spiritual Standards l Q. St ll X Sigma Kappas and their dates move and groove to the sounds at their annual Luau. S Caroline Danielson was chosen Pineapple Princess Q' The purpose of Delta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Kappa is to maintain social, intellectual and spiritual standards. Active Sigma Kappa include Charlotte Comley, president of Women's Recreation Association, Linda Brown, senior representative to Union Activity Council and chairman for educational and cultural activities, not to mention members in Gamma Delta, WPE, Tau Beta Sigma, Spanish Club, Caduceus Society, Phi Beta Lambda, and Dorm Council. Annual events include: an informal, formal, Mother's Weekend, and Dad's Weekend. Sigma Kappa have been represented in the Best-Dressed Coed contest, Miss Sunflower and Homecoming. They also participated in Greek Week activities and the Miss Emporia State contest. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN CHAPTERS- FOUNDED COLBY COLLEGE, WATERVILLE, MAINE, T874-DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED T959- President, Linda Brown, Vice-President, Marjie Mc- Leod, Pledge Trainer, Charlotte Comleyg Treasurer, Rita Swender, Historian, Roberta Barstow, Chaplain, Terry Warren. 333 U Faithful Unto Death Members of Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority reside at 418 West Twelfth. As the i970 fall rush came to a close, 24 new girls began the school term as Tri Sigma pledges. Those qualities conducive to responsibility and campus leadership received due emphasis as members of Pi Chapter, Sigma Sigma Sigma participated in various campus organizations. Seniors Judy Smith andgLaura Huslig were initiated into Cardinal Key, while Carol Murray, Ginger Cummings, Debbie Davis, Dee Smith and Kim Settle participated in Spurs, a sophomore women's honorary. ln Union Activities Council, Shara Dickerson, Mary Goodwin, Becky Jordan, Cyndy Lord. Gloria Modeland, Shari Thompson, and Debbie Swenson were elected to serve on various committees. As Homecoming approached, Sigmas Janis Hill and .ludy Smith were two of the five Peggy Pedagog finalists. Intramurals kept Sigmas busy and fall wore on. October found the Sigmas and Dads dancing at the Store for Father's Weekend while November was slated as the Annual Tri Sig Bazaar. In December Tuss Herbel and Evelyn Repuyan were contestants in the Best-Dressed Coed Contestf Debbie Ransom, Julie Kain, and Sharon Enyart were selected to the Sisters of the Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon with Debbie and Sharon being elected as president and vice- president respectively. Carolyn Marriott, Stephanie McCreary and Dee Smith were Sigma Tau Gamma little sisters, and Susie Lillig and Judy Smith were Alethia Kei's for Alpha Kappa Lambda. Tri Sigmas were also represented in the Miss Emporia State and Miss Emporia contests along with Greek Week participation. April found Tri Sigma moms in Emporia as one of the Sigma's last big weekends before finals. Tru Sigmas beam after a recent baseball intramural victory. SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS-FOUNDED LONG- WOOD COLLEGE, FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA, T898-PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 7917-President, Sharon En- yarl,Vice-Presidenf, Janis Hill, Treasurer, Debbie Krachf, Recording Sec., Pam Lucas, Corres. Sec., Kathy Sheahan, Scholarship Chairman, Pam Flynn, Rush Chairman, Gloria Modeland. A mam Alpha Delta Nu SORORITIES Alpha Sigma Alpha ,rf 3 ,, an L 51' .ar Debbie Frost Donita Hanson Sharon Klassen Dalene Phillips Nancy Reinecker r , l lv S lsli f J W it Ee ! Ansl Q if is fr Q ' 'a g il ' .wt s 1- i i l s lsl J I L Diva e ' fl I , Q. -wi. -3 MF' ::" ', . '- 'fill :jx 'ist , ,Q 'P Q i Q A 'Q W5 1 .L W 1, ,Q f"'N, ' :si ' " af" " 415 ...E-iff' 'ag 1: ee il J 336 A if- 1 I xiii' l f Q 'Q X in " ITL, ,-2-i3fv"' V 4 4 4 if Y - wi 4 as Q ., H K A L . in J , EF' I AF! 1 'U K ku ,,p,.:. W .W Q L.. , . .i,.. blux i 5 9 .,L. I 1. A- .. ,sf 31 'Qs Mrs. McLaughlin, Faculty Sponsor Carol Andre Pat Bergmman . Kathy Brooks Suzanne Campbell Joan Downs Linda Farrar Mrs. May Hanby, Housemother Julie Adee Jolene Albright Priscilla Applegate Pam Balding Donna Bass Janet Bauer Betty Bottiger Betty Clune Patty Costello Carol Cowperthwaite Lynne Deery Ruth Dittemore Betty Jo Dorr Marilyn Duff Janie Edwards Joan Elliott Sherry Fox Ginny Garrett Darla Giggy Paula Gottes Beth Griffin Julie Griflin Jean Hager Chris Hartmann Libby Hild Nancy Hoagland Linda Hornung Lea lrwin Debbie Jeffries Janet Kempker Patsy Key Jill Kirkwood Leslie Lawton Susie Massoth -. - ' F -' ' ' - ir :ae ' t .Q V' E 'S 'f Q S if -A 5, f i S fe w 3 1 Yves' 1 ' g .,. .. , K A: me P' gg as-X -" i 'fb ' X . .f f - ' : if ., - . . . -42 r '- K V s - a. .. , K fs as 1 t Q5 of Q, . :,,: LW 1 .gy 1,7 3. grim- Marllyn Ziegler 11, I asf pai' i ' ve: 'ig bk' .2 QE: JS? 'if' ' 'if?':m.' ..' if ak - Q 'W Y 3 Jn,-A-. , :? ' i ., :P 5' 'ir E If S if J !F' - ,. 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Anderson Kathy Bernhardt Sharon Biggs, Sandra Bishop Jeanne Busby Cindy Carpenter Jana Chambers Jean Ann Chambers Patti Coffman Rebecca Davis Teri Dawson Linda Dean Deborah DeGarmo Rebecca Deweese Deena Donovan Leslie Dowler Linda Dowler Diana Edmisson Janet Fyler .,,, '1 me if ai L wg ,M x ... 'ini' "" Q' 3 ,tt an r if f 5 Q 1.- 3, vi H iff,-, ' V H.s5,,A, V 1 A. ,, wr AE 'Q 1 gl 2- ,A wi 4 2 sis , -zj, ' ,lg 'V an J , ga .W iii , , 'K ' JM: iv 1 il Vik lf! 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' V. - , Parma Anderson Roberta Barstow Susie Bogner Linda Brown Susan Brown Charlotte Comley Mary Ann Cooper Nancy Dehoney Marsha Engle Emily Glogau Carolyn Kurtenback Shelia Lozier Diane McClanahan Marjorie McLeod Sheryl Melson Sherry Michael Nancy Miller Debby Russell Nancy Speer Rita Swender Teresa Taylor Joyce Testoni Kathy Tipton Sharon Veatch Nancy Wakefield Loucile Lowe, Housemother Carol Anderson Rita Arb Beth Beeson Pattie Brown Becky Buehler Cheryl Cain Shelley Call Marsha Corn Ginger Cummings Debbie Davis Shara Dickerson Cathy Drumm Debbie Fitch Jeanne Gifford Mary Goodwin Janet Gray Sharon Gray Jadene Green Becky Gustafson Becky Hendrix Tuss Herbel Barbara Hill Janis Hill Mickey Hunt Linda Johnson Becky Jordan Debbie Jordan V- I , I 'fa , :gt Li .., A im H A - ,wif ,af W w. I 4 2,11 ew 1 Ai i 2 E ,Q M J 2 , 1 is , , 9 t A-v' 34 Z J ' 'IIQ , ,....,,,,.V . !4U' f ff lx! ff, W. , QW ' ,mv HC h la f o ooo o oo . 2 ,J A ' 55, V I Q A , .VVA ,V V Aj V -V . 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V5 f-144-' .wifi-1 V1 ' f 1 -f". , Q-. 5'-Qlnfn -IQ' '.!-g-eg' pf,-1 ' Y"'i,.'JI F - KQT Alpha Kappa Lambda 1 , 4 M, fn K2 2, v ,we t 6? ,- New ggw fm . ,, gn : ff, - uw ,gggi f ey 4 f 2 8 , W ,V X .tg Q X A e if M if f my ,, fa .4 1, fr , ,Q J M 1 7 1 21 x if 9 2 Q ,, 9 .JW A mi: EQ-,aff I V I If - V S i , B ,, , , V. ' if if '93 f if A W W fe t ? S figw it ' J' S C R 4 I, .V 346 Alma Thoren, housemother Dr. Don Ahshapanek, advisor DeWayne Backhus advlsor Charles Ballou Mark Bezdek John Bishop J. B. Blocher Steve Bolton Bill Bonlield Gene Brehm David Brown Tom Davies John Doran Steve Farrar Ben Ford Mike Frith Dave Honza Kurt Jeffery John Jenkins Charles Kessler Lonnie Kvasnicka Mike Lancaster Duayne Madl Conlee Mann Dave Martin Frank Martin Mike Mathis Phil Meserve Dave Miller Gary Minson Greg Mitchell Darcy Parks Roger Proffitt Casey Quinlan Steve Ranz Dave Reed Arthur Ripley Mike Roberson Bruce Roberts Dan Sailler Dave Scott Jerry Scott Jim Scott Mike Sexton Arlo Smitker Roy Spratt Dave Sprinkle Alan Taubeneck Bill Tholen Doug Timmons Craig Weeks Carl Wilhite Brent Wulf Craig Wulf Phi Kappa Tau f .W ' '- i ,J l' , ' 1 ' f -- ,Q eww I 1 , v ' ' ' ' ' ' "" f ',,' " fy I ,, I L ,, ., K ,, J V ,fy " .xp X, , E : " fi i " 'A T W, - z Q ,. - V V, , 3 1 , , L,,, , , 5 , f f ,i M y 'f' ' J, A 3 ffrff- 3 .V V an . 15.9, my iliigzfgege of .,, , x ' ' f V im mu 3 R M-Q M P " ,J M ' , . 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QV William Harper, advisor John Jones, advisor Robert Kretchmar, advisor Kelsey Blackman Phil Collins Thomas Davis Grover Edie Bob Flentie Larry Hauser Mickael Hewthorne Mike Hood Larry McGregor David Ponder Larry Redden Larry Romine Michael Sears Mark Shaw John Sontag Randy Stone Thomas Ward Edward Wilt Gladys Gilbert, housemother Ron Brown. advisor Lester Abel Mike Anguld Mike Bales Terry Billam Gary Bodam Robert Bowden Daniel Brown Dennis Call Jerry Cindric James Cook Richard DuBruille Steve Duncan Nelson Dutton Jim Giesel Dave Gronquist Dan Hopkins Jon Johnson Stan Kerbs Bruce Knapp Denver Marlow Ron Mealman Andy Meyers John Mulvenon Edward Noll Steve Nutter Paul Orwick Steve Pederson Dan Petitjean Ron Pracht John Purinton Bruce Reynolds Ron Scott David Smith 347 I 1 -1 A t"'f. " .-X' 1, 4 , N 'ai Q 4, X 1 A, ,ff 41" 'fy' '. Q 7 A . ' '14 ' 'u'-. 1 .. I 1 fffi v if i fl, gf, ff' fb s,m . .xg U' -Q fv ' 1 fi ff 2,- fz. Q J A lla 'g'+f . H A 11 ff., ' v. . - , . 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Sullivan Dave Ward Daryl Zogleman Lilly Strand, housemother Maurice Matile, sponsor James Shepard, sponsor Wayne Anderson Robert Baldwin Marv Brinkman Larry Burns Jim Burt Jim Compton Charles Cooper Larry Ditzler Rick Ditzler Kenny Ford Chuck Grimwood Terry Heintzelman Tom Heitman Jon Hitchcock Robert Hoover Mike Hottman Bob Howard Leigh Hudson John Hundley Dick Judd Stan Koehn John Klenda Mark Kuhn Ralph Larkin Mark Lilja Bruce Lowdermilk Larry Lucas Charles Lutz Phil Martin Dennis Messick Larry Morris Terry Morris Larry Mossman Jerry Murphy Larry Pease Arthur Rash Walter Rose Kent Runyan Mark Runyan Rick Sedlacek Lynn Singer Lindsey Stead Jon Strunk Denis Sullivan Tony Suraci Ken Taylor Stan Unruh Charlie VanHooden John Weibel Greg Wells Dee Widler Jon Woolverton Jack Wornock 349 Sigma Tau Gamma ,. 'rg fl 5 'V i. 'lil A . ,ag EQ ah ' if 5 f., ru. " fe ,if ,N 1 , an 9 utils' fe at 5 -J Q 1 l ' 'I ... 1, , W ij Z' , mp, V gl V .. "V "'x K . 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Callender, Donna, Hanover Campbell, Nancy J., Eureka Cansler, Phil K., Prairie Village Carnoali, Karen S., Leavenworth Carter, Rebecca S., St. Paul Ceccbini, Cynthia L., Avella, Penn. Chambers, Linda L., Topeka Charlton, Karen M., Shawnee Charlton, Sharon, Shawnee Christenson, Connie L., Tescott Clark, Peggy J., Haysville Clevenger, Susan, Topeka Cline, Deborah S., Conway Springs Clowers, Michael E., Eureka Clune, Connie M., Kansas City Clutter, Robert, Whittier, Cal. Coe, Catherine L., Marion Coffey, Mary E., Axtell Coldsmith, April T., Emporia Coleman, Jim, El Dorado 35 'F I ' 'f.': . , , T Q Sl zq' ' , .- if Nk. A ' L F J 1 - fs t . ' .VL f A f - . ,..... . Q 4 Q f . Y 3 ,U k i W X SS? x ' i .Q n Q he i.-- -,M jf i mimi? ii .... PW d fig? 'vt 1 'FX 5 as I 'W' Ili' 'K . 1? 9 ., ,.,, w g,W f,, .M,, 5 3 ,-,, .gm f ,. . fi M V ,.f' A . 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Marys Doll, Lon J., Clearwater Donovan, Carol A., Atchison Doudican, Barbee, Emporia Douglas, Judith A., Emporia Dunbar, Philip A., Richmond Eberhart, Susan A., Deerfield Ecton, Patricia J., Fall River Egan, Kathleen J., Salina Engle, Nina, Tribune Ensman, Mark l., Emporia Epp, Linda R., Emporia Ewert, Donna K., Marion Ferree, Linda K., Yates Center Fick, Janet l., Abilene Filby, Sandra K., Topeka Fisher, Larry T., Pomona Flentje, Deborah L., Lindsborg Flickinger, Judy G., Pretty Prairie Fluke, Nancy J., Topeka Forbes, Connie L., Carbondale Forstner, Judith L., Leavenworth Frank, Debbie, Prairie Village Freeland, Gladys A., Valley Falls Frey, Shelley D., Fredonia Fry, Pamela S., Lyons Fuller, Norma M., Lyndon Funke, Ellen M., Wichita Gabel, Trisha K., Overland Park Gaul, Katherine L., Atchison Gant, Vicki L., Wamego Gard, Barbara, Kingsville, Mo. Garrett, Peggy L., Kirksville, Mo. Gassert, Jean, Washington Gerhardt, Betty, Salina Gerlach, Charlotte K., Viola German, Wallace Jr., Goddard Geske, Terri J., Enterprise Gier, Karla L., Kansas City Gilbert, Richard C., Salina Goines, Bendette M., Oklahoma City, Okla Gonterwitz, Julie A., Leavenworth Goodrick, Stephen D., Lecompton Gottschalk, lla T., Leavenworth Grauberger, Leslie L., Deerlield Gray, Kathryn L., Waverly Green, Deanna J., Fredonia Green, Gail A., Pratt Greene, Pam K., Topeka il 356 ,YL -an x-:gli .Qs Q Y is a i .af ' if . 'K ,rf ia "ls ow- as M-.. - A . ef -K .wc Q K.. A a ,,. 0. ff? 1 2 f xi B 5 ,4, ga ' .2 5 is . ucc i wg ' 5 Y n V i It V G , ,'-, ,E,. gn T Q In ,Z,,,4,,. 3 H f 1153 L"i fgxgj.. Q. ,gl 1 V. 'v'f 4 , , A .5 S c , H91 sr" A' A ' -054585 ,W-,V . M .S ,or Greenlee, Pamela K., Lawrence Greenwood, Vicki R., Madison Gress, Robert J., Axtell Griffeth, Peggy M., Jewell Grimm, Janet S., Sabetha Gustad, Ann K., Hays Gustafson, Robert, W., Newton Hadorn, Vicki A., South Haven Haggerty,.Rose M., Topeka Halverson, Junko S., Lansing Hamilton, Vada I., Potwin Hamm, Kenneth L., Leavenworth Hammett, Joyce A., Olpe Hanna, Petrina L., Leavenworth Harper, Paula A., Tecumseh Harrell, Jocelyn L., Bonner Springs Harris, Kathryn O., Kansas City Hastings, Dale E., Clearwater Hayes, Marcia A., Hutchinson Heckert, Carol S., Tribune Heinen, David L., Axtell Hemphill, Jane M., Humboldt Hendley, Marilyn S., Syracuse Henry, Helen L., Newport News, Va Hess, Dee A., Halstead Hiatt, Diana L., Leavenworth Higginbotham, Steve R., Roeland Park Hobbs, Ruth, Leavenworth xg' 1 if 5 ' e. u ss , F' . 7 .hw E , .4 u, 7 5 4 I if F reshm en f, Le' m N 1 g 1 V GT Q. 2 .5 is 1 . f . a :gh ' .. 4 na 751141 'mf 1 T ..' . wx, Wg, 1' ,f .., 1 '..e , ' H.. 5 ... 4 'xii.1"i'52' na.: 74 'V' 1 A K? f FQ -. 1' '1 it ai, . +5232 I1 54 9! 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Imhoff, Debora K., Washington Janke, Betsy A., Chapman Johnson, Carol B., Leavenworth Johnson, Judeen L., Wilsey Johnson, Kenneth R., Canton Johnston, Judy J ., Eskridge Jones, Donna A., Fall River Jones, Katny, Overland Park Josserand, Cynthia, Johnson Juneau, Ramona J., Fort Riley Kaberline, Cindy A., Osage City Kaiser, Charleen R., Topeka Keim, Barry L., Leavenworth Keith, James, Emporia Kelsey, Sherman, Marion Kenny, Karry, Leavenworth Kepple, Janet, Tescott Kern, Alan, Hoyt Kerr, Jean, Mission King, Debra, Oskaloosa King, Patricia A., Virgil King, Susan, Emporia Kittle, Eidene, Emporia Klasinski, Mary, Leavenworth Klose, J anel, Marion Knuckles, Donna, Chapman Koehn, Glynda, Newton Koepsel, Richard, White City Kolb, Carol, Leavenworth Korff, Kathy, St. Louis, Mo. Korte, Nancy, Arkansas City Koutelas, Mary, Leawood Kramer, Patricia, Wichita Krug, Kay, Wichita Kuhn, Terilynn, Hamilton Kunkel, Mary, Waverly Kurtz, Janet, Shawnee Mission Kuykendall, Nina, Osage City LaCerte, Cathy, Shawnee LaCombe, Joan, Shawnee Lair, Janice, Lenapah, Okla. Laird, Richard, Emporia Lais, Rita, Marion Lampkin, Shellee, Overland Park Lancaster, Cathy, Kinsley Land, Michael, Overbrook Lane, Mary, St. Marys Langley, Jeanie, Pomona 357 , 1 jf We .1 5 iw, ' -'iifgg is ,V K 'gi B 5 vv EQ .a u E f f 2 4' f R9 -4 iii, . .,,f W, 4 F 'f :Z X 49 , ., ff 4? is E ff 1 , -uv 1 1 5 3 9 J ' ' "Y 4' 45. we L3 Z ' . . 3.1, K g . , , .. aa . Fifi F reshm en 358 , A , . ,, , .f , ,f , if , 1,, 'K A rj ' 1 Q Y Laster, Michael, Holliday Lawson, Patricia, Shawnee Mission Leaterwood, Denise, Kansas City Lee, Nanett, Shawnee Leman, Shari, Sabetha Lietzan, Lesle, Clay Center Light, Linda,Topeka Lindsay, Patrik, Osage City Linn, Linda, Anthony Loader, Larry, Mulvane Lobb, Samuel, McLouth Lockhart, Connie, Cummings Logan, Landace, Leavenworth Logan, Meigs, Lawrence Long, Joan, Chapman Long, Vicki, Abilene Lovett, Jerry, Valley Center Ludwig, Glenda, Leavenworth Lueers, Marsha, Marysville Lynch, Helen, Everest MacKiewicz, Paul, Emporia Magers, Oneita, Parker Marshall, Valeta, Syraucse Marsteller, Virginia, Abilene Mason, Lisa, Leavenworth Mason, Lynda, Emporia Mathis, David, Emporia Matsushita, Susan, Wailoku, Ha. Mattox, Sharon, Derby Matz, Carol, Peabody McAllaster, Joyce, Lyons McAllister, Ellen, Prairie Village McBoyle, Marilee, Abilene McCain, Lee, Lawrence McCarthy, Barbara, Edgerton McClelland, Tampa, Madison McClure, Clair, Arkansas City McDaniels, Toloria, Kansas City McGinnis, Krista, Emporia McGrew, Charlene, Kansas City McMillen, Steve, Clearwater McMullen, Marcia, Eureka Medley, Brenda, Durham Melander, Roxy, Gypsum Melton, Andra, Overland Park Mentzer, Dianna, Yates Center Miller, Bill, Ottawa Miller, Nancy, Wathena Miller, Stephanie, Lyons Minnis, Judy, Atchison Mitchell, Janet, Wichita Moore, Norma, Admire Moore, Randy, Beloit Moore, Steven, Washington Morey, Karen, Manhattan Morris, Kathy, Overland Park lf ,ga wif, f 5.1, ,427- Env W, FE .3 3 I., 1 - g :ff , 4, u f it all QU v c ,, E "' f 5 gi Q' 1' X ,S -- B ff ff as ,, 'C ,rv ' ...Q C5- C wa fe-F21 A ' , I Moser, Quentin, Halstead Mosher, Craig, Chapman Mulcahey, Ramona, Williamsburg Murphy, Bill, Augusta Mustard, Dayla, Junction City Myers, Janet, Lancaster Myers, Michael, Fredonia Neidig, Jacque, Belpre Nelson, Kathy, Lyndon Nickell, Bonnie, Parker Norton, Melba, Hugoton Novak, Rebecca, Kansas City Olson, Connie, Norton Olson, Tory, Hutchinson O'Malley, Michael, Garnett Orner, Cynthia, Bennington Osborn, William, Gardner Overlield, Cecelia, Leavenworth Painter, Deanna, Horton Pascual, Edvardo, Osawatomie Patton, Rick, Cassoday Paul, Lewis Jr., Wichita Payton, Marsia, Burdick Pearman, Lynne, Gardner Pence, Nancy, Winchester Penner, Debbie, Inman Perkins, Sharon, Rolla Pientka, Joe, Solomon Pike, Barbra, Halstead Pocock, Amanda, Emporia Pooler, Linda, Topeka Pomeroy, Duane, Topeka Poovey, Debbie, Oxford Pope, Connie, Ottawa Pope, Judy, Peabody Price, Basil, Independence Price, Sally, Overbrook Prier, Pamela, Bonner Springs Purinton, Patty, Wichita Putnam, Annette, Randolph Quinlan, Joyce, Leavenworth Quirin, Lloyd, Burlington Raburn, Michael, Topeka Radford, Pat, Horton Ramsey, J ami, Manhattan Rasmussen, Vickie, Overland Park Ratcliff, Judy, Hamilton Reames, Russ, Leawood Reaves, Paul, Halstead Redger, Judy, Abilene Reed, Sherlyn, Topeka Reetz, Debra, Lawrence Reid, Kathy, Admire Reimer, Sara, Inman Renner, Sheila, La Crosse ReQua, Margaret, Valley Center Rhoades, Beth, Hamilton Richardson, Rosanne, Kinsley Ricketts, Patricia, Sublette Ring, Richard, Salina Roach, Larry, Emporia Roberts, Bill, Wichita Roberts, Melody, Peabody 359 Ullman r. , 11? :f:" Yi 1' , nf" -A W V ea, v M :- H-. 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Sherman, Sue, Overland Park Shields, Doris, Overland Park Shugart, Mary, Severy Shores, Nancy, Goodland Siegel, William, Emporia Siegrist, Barbara, Sedan Simmons, Mila, St. Marys Sisler, Cynthia, Salina Slater, Gail, Nahaska Sloan, Nina, Overland Park Smoots, Gregory, McLouth Smith, Betty, Lecompton Smith, Dixie, Burlingame Smutz, Pam, Overland Park Snyder, Jana, Topeka Snyder, Terri, Morrill Soderstrom, Deborah, Emporia Solomon, Meredith, Eskridge Spaulding, Susan, Leavenworth Spear, Linda, Brookfield, Mo. Spence, Mary, Inman Springer, Janice, J etmore Starr, Steven, Raymond Staub, Gail, St. John Stephen, Cathy, Edmond Sternen, Steven, Kansas City Stevenson, Gail, Topeka Stewart, Janet, Osage City Stewart, June, Osage City Stipp, Barbara, Ottawa Stirn, Rosa, Tescott Stoffer, Sarah, Lawrence Stohs, Lynn, LeRoy Stoll, Ena, Yates Center Storey, Tressa, Wellington Story, Sharon, Kansas City Stover, Gregory, Wichita Studer, Maxine, Preston Stultz, Patti, Lawrence Subera, Sharyn Summers, Christie, Topeka Swanson, Carolyn, Axtell Swarts, Roger, Osage City Swedenburg, James, Salina Swenson, Barbara, Manhattan Tanner, Randy, Wamego Tate, Lou Ann, Coffeyville 3 ht .. . an Q1k,g v 'X f .2 ,A H, . 2. I ' Q . . , f E Af. 3 Q 8 if fr 1 1 S . f' . if C' 1 ' GV fi Q v a U' N Z.. is ...Q :VC ,' Q , , 9 ft' " ff 3 gl .. aw , ,J W X .af 4 R25 fl!! A gy 5 t' W 362 F reshm en Sunderland Vicki Halstead Buckley, Jane Elizabeth Atchison Thiessen, Loris K., Inman Thomas, Luan M., Fairway Thomsen, Linda J., Burlington Timberlake, Janice L., Overland Park Toot, Janet E., Wichita Towle, Bev, Topeka Truman, Linda K., Louisburg Trussell, Cathie, Newton Turek, Linda S., Caldwell Turner, Sandra L., Tanganoxie Tush, Sharon A., Welda Udall, Jaclynn L., Cary, Ill. Uncapher, Mary Beth, Tulsa, Okla. Unruh, Cynthia M., Peabody VanDyne, Cathy M., Kansas City Vannaman, Vicky A., Kiowa Verschelden, Ann M., St. Marys Vogelberg, Jeanne A., Salina Voorhees, Christine G., Leavenworth Wagner, Roberta L., Nortonville Wallace, William D., Leavenworth Walter, Wendy S., Riley Warfield, Linda S., Prairie Village Warren, Jolene, Medicine Lodge Weaver, Vicki, Holyrood Wedel, Patti G., Wellington Welch, Melba E., Kansas City, Mo. Wells, Maribeth R., Clay Center Werner, Karen E., Raymond Wichman, Kathleen, Valley Falls Widau, James A., Carbondale Wight, Sara F., Burlingame Wiles, Kathie Sue, Tonganoxie Wiley, Charlotte J., Wichita Willard, Linda A., Fredonia Williams, Mary Karen, Osage City Williams, Mike E., Haysville Williams, Steven D., Waverly Williamson, Kathy R., Rolla Wilson, Marvin W., Garden City Wilson, Robin, Fredonia Winquist, David A., Axtell Wisner, Janice A., Merriam Wolgamoti, Robert L., Wichita Woods, Fred M., Emporia Woolcott, Andrea J., Prairie Village Worland, Debbie L., Topeka Wyatt, Cheryl L., Clements Yates, Pat E., Kansas City Young, Michael, Alden Zeller, Victoria, Maple Hill Zimmer, Marleen, Blue Rapids Zimmerly, John, Wooster Zuburg, Richard, Leavenworth Zumbrunn, Margene, Bonner Springs Palmer, Debbie, Peabody f ' , ' ' V ,fm 1 Y : V Q, bf :.: , :Z-:f fa " i ... 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Black, James D., Lawrence Blain, Linda, El Dorado Boatwright, Bruce R., Kansas City Bobek, Frank W., Caldwell Boller, Barbara L., Junction City Bond, Brenda M., Argonia Bond, .lay Alan, Topeka Book, Betty S., Piedmont Borders, Monte H., Olathe Boss, Nancy J., Bennington Brandon, Linda Kay, Kansas City Brewer, Carol J., Chapman Bridge, Maralyn K., Russell Bridges, Mary J., Wichita Bross, Phillip R., Topeka Brown, Judy L., Kansas City Brown, Patricia J., Eureka Brown, Sharon N., Puunene, Maui, Ha. Brunner, DeLora, Lost Springs Bryant, Carol, Shawnee Mission Bumsted, Nancee L., Salina Burns, Beverly J., Overland Park Burton, Susan, Syracuse 363 Sophomores J , f 2 'N f f J A J uf I 1 UW, 4, , "Gm, , 364 , ,A,,, wg, Q 4, . Q of f, i ,W A , 5 : Ri Caenen, Claudia, Shawnee Calloway, Mary, Amarillo, Texas Caple, Damon, Kansas City, Mo. Carr, Marilyn, Atchison Cassin, Jamie, Eureka Catalo, Francisco, Junction City Champney, M. Elaine, Topeka Christenson, Cathy, Tescott Clark, Ann, Haysville Claxton, Vicki, Winchester Coleman, Beckie, Parsons Collins, Jackie, Alma Combs, J acquelyn, Douglass Cooper, Janet, Wichita Corbett, David, Topeka Cottrell, Patty, Perry Cox, Marcilyn, Cedar Vale Cryderman, J anet, Abilene Cunningham, Vicki, Kansas City Cupples, Ronald, Wichita Day, Sherryl, Atchison Dean, Virgil, Wellsville Deewall, Marleen, Coldwater DeLissi, Pamela, Wichita Dobblelaere, George, Shawnee Dolezal, Sherry, Sterling Domke, Kerry, Marion Drury, Robert, Manhattan Dudley, Christine, Osawatomie Duncan, Dale, Paola Dusher, Debbie Dyke, Vicki, Gridley Ebel, Debbie, Hillsboro Enyart, Jeanette, Abilene Ericson, Ted, Emporia Eslick, Melanie, Winlield Eubank, Kay, Emporia Euler, Becky, Leavenworth Euthon, S. A., Haysville Failor, Judy, Stockton Farrell, Joan, Hill City Fienhage, Jean, Seneca Fish, Fedna, Emporia Flack Ginny, Kansas City Flaming, Darrel, Hutchinson Fowler, Regina, Wichita Garretson, Kelly, Council Grove Chazimorad, Minoo, Tehran, Iran Gingerich, Pam, Michigan Valley Goedert, Nicke, Easton Gomez, Patty, Kingman Good, Josephine, Durham Gotthardt, Marcia, Emporia Gragg, Kathy, Syracuse Graham, Cynthia, Abilene Grindal, David, Carbondale - Guerrant, Marsha, Pratt Haddon, Judith, Plains Hajek, Mary Lou, Atwood Hamm, Linda, Leavenworth Hannah, Cheryl, Derby Harder, Gloria, Bushong Harris, Dale, Ellinwood Hartwich, Cindy, Onaga Hastings, Paul, Clearwater Hay, Janice, Olathe Helm, Pat, Tribune Henry, Cheryl, Overland Park Henry, Rosemary, Goff Hershberger, Jill, Kansas City Hess, Sherlyn, Burlington Heyl, Thomas, Eureka Hiebert, Edward, Hillsboro Hildman, Carol, Topeka Hilt, Ruby, St. Francis Hinrichs, Deborah, Topeka Hollis, Jennifer, Goff Horn, Toni, Dighton Hubbard, Linda, Manhattan Hughes, Charles, Garnett Humbarger, Glenn, Herington Hunt, Debbie, Emporia Huss, David, Topeka Hysom, Debra, Wichita lseli, Nancy, Wakefield Jackson, Kathryn, Manhattan James, Vicki, Lane Jones, Martin, Lebo Jordan, Connie, Wichita Jordan, Linda, Fredonia Kanel, Marcia, Morrill , W ixx , ,Fi , , I -. 4. , A , Q ax' v ' ' I Y fly A Sophomores Q f J V ' ' SEM , ,ai ,e K5 X Q' We , Q , fi 5 , A A A 1 1 f v S 5 Y .9 , 4' ' 'g 5 ' Sf fir ' ' M ,aff , 1 z - Kemp, Martha, Winfield Kenton, Jan, Kansas City Kephart, Kelly, Macksville Kimball, Dan, Overland Park Kimple, Barbara, Lyons Kinsey, Janice, Toronto Kirkpatrick, Jody, Melvern Koch, Karen, Axtell Kohart, Therese, Abilene Kohler, Glenda, Lincolnville Kopp, Zandra, Topeka Korbe, Judy, Waverly Krause, Dennis, Lincolnville Kreider, Connie, Bonner Springs Kruse, Marcia, Ft. Leavenworth Kukuk, Barbara, Overland Park Kukuk, Diana, Leavenworth Lamer, Debra, Salina Land, M. LaVon, Overbrook Lane, Nancy, Clay Center LaPine, Dennis, Overland Park Lapsley, John, Fairway Lapsley, William, Shawnee Mission Lapdie, Jan, Topeka Larson, Karen, Hutchinson Larson, Kevin, Wa Keeney Laughlin, Marjorie, Prairie Village Lawson, Gary, Baldwin City KMA N 366 Lebbin, Trisha, Ellinwood Legler, Andrea, Shawnee Mission Lemke, Linda, Atchison Lendo , Donna, Burlington Leslie, Rhonda, Syracuse Lewis, Cathy, Ottawa Lewis, Theresa, Emporia Lewis, Jr., Wynn, Topeka Lickteig, Nancy, Greeley Linville, Brad, Sabetha Linville, Vicki, Shawnee Lopez, John, Emporia Lott, Kristin, Atchison Lowe, Debbie, Leavenworth Lowry, Karl, Abilene Luallen, Thelma, Florence Ludwig, Mark, Emporia LuJano, Alice, Newton Mallon, John, Emporia Marrs, Lee, Fowler Martin, Charlotte, Kansas City McAnaw, Paul, Shawnee Mission 7" I 4 ' AK ' 43 V . ga. 1, i ar .- , 2 tw f fur, - - " A , ,.V, : Y, - 32 Altt B -W' A 2 A all is 5 L li 4 1 5 McCarthy, Karen, Edgerton McClain, Vicki, Rossville McClure, Steven, Lawrence McDill, Robert, Topeka McGovern, Paulette, Topeka McGuire, Molly, Wichita 1, 4 ggi' 2.14 a we Zi if if 14 518.1 7' -1 431 A,,,i ,,,A.,,,A, K 2 5 551, f fe fi. fbias J' , W i 1? ..,.., , K E 3 X g, 5 . McMillan, Marcia, Randall Meagher, Rosemary, Solomon Meyer, Debra, Athol Miller, Alan, Shawnee Mission Miller, Janet, Lebo Miller, Kathy, Melvern Miller, Linda, Kansas City Miller, Marc, Deerlield Miller, Nita, Alamogordo, N.M. Miller, Patricia, Pomona Miser, George, Marion Mitchell, Kathy, Lawrence Mitchell, Patricia, Delia Mitchell, Sharon, Wichita Modjesky, Edith, Kansas City Moppin, Deborah, Leavenworth Morgan, Rebecca, Kansas City Mosher, John, Emporia Mosier, Linda, Sterling Moss, Pam, Topeka Moyer, Jolene, Sterling Mueller, Rod, Tampa Myers, Kathleen. Minneapolis Nall, Nancy, Brant Beach, N.J. Nance. Larry, Syracuse Nanninga, Helen, Tonganoxie Naylor, Pattie, Shawnee Mission Nelson, Mary, Niles Newman, Cheri, Holton Nordin, Barbara, Shawnee Noyes, Joan, Louisburg Nunemaker, Mary, Lawrence Orton, Janice, Rosalia Parker, Mary, Omaha, Nebr. Patterson, Dee, Dwight Pauzauskie, Bill, Coffeyville Paver, Rita, Kansas City Payne, Patricia, Fairfield, la. Peals, Arthur, St. Louis, Mo. Pearce, Jim, Lincoln Peddicord, Sheryl, Wamego Peterson, Patricia, Greeley Phelps, Cathy, Wichita Pine, Carol, Lawrence Plank, Marsha, Emporia Pomery, Janella, Topeka Poss, Donna, Richmond Pottorff, Cheryl, Wellsville Powell, David, Caldwell Puckett, Tom, Abilene Purdy, Stanley, Atchison Quilty, Michael, Shawnee Raitinger, Lawrence, Parker Redeker, Kathryn, Olpe Rexroad, Sherry, Emporia Richard, Judi, Olpe 367 Wa KW 2 We ,Rae ,sa ,S 5? P f Q if 5 if Q ,, vgy, , . , X, 1 if 3 ' ' ,, W., ,af V ,,,,,, 57 21? M ,QQ My , n , Q , 6 P 5, 2, aaa, I 3, - ,5ExQZ,55,,q,35W5fT' -Krmifh wx,-:tt , if . A I ,,,. .. ' if ' ,, ,, W . ,,,. gg-1 J. ,. , .,, fa, 1 1 " f W , , l ,. , VVV' , 55 ,,,, V "" -if V 1 au f 4 ""ftr, 3: 7,24 ww ' V rr 5 I K H, if K ' ' " I ' 7 K Q. , 1512 t Y - at ' V a ,f ' 2, . 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Bolby, Wendy, Shawnee Mission Booth, Barbara, Lebo Bowie, Maxine, Kansas City Brand, Glenda, Shawnee Mission Brauer, Dennis, Albert Brazil, Charlene, Yates Center Briggeman, Anna Marie, luka Bross, Paula, Topeka Brown, Connie, Hope Brown, Marilyn, Kansas City Burgard, Janet, Wichita Butel, Mary, Paola Button, Pat, Great Bend Carlson, Jean, Burdick Carson, Barbara, Tribune Cash, Jo Anne, Overland Park Cassin, John, Eureka Cation, Mark, Tulsa, Okla. Cherry, Judith, Waverly Clark, Constance, Valley Center Clark, Judy, Wheaton Clark, Philip, Shawnee Mission Clay, Angieline, Fort Dodge Cline, Richard, Shawnee Mission Cline, Ronald, Gypsum Clounch, Juanita, Humboldt Compton, Nellie, Neosho Falls Compton, Patricia, Spring Hill Conyers, Albert, Greensburg Cook, Bill, Osaw atomie Cooper, Irene, Melvern Cooper, Janice, Richmond Cope, Bruce, Haysville Cowell, Ronald, El Dorado Cox, Murray, Wichita Cozad, Candy, Wichita Crandall, John, Abilene Crawford, Paul, Whiling Crute, Virginia, Independence, M Culbertson, Randy, Fredonia Damore, Gail, Olathe Daniels, Teresa, Cimarron Davis, Carolyn, Sublette Derrick, Thomas, Augusta Desch, Mike, Leavenworth Dieker, Randall, Strong City Dilak, Dorine, Teheran, Iran Dilts, Paula, Sedgwick Dixon, Hollis, Olathe Domann, Stephen, El Dorado Donley, Sandra, Ellsworth Donovan, Martha, Olathe Dotts, Dianna, Burlingame Downing, Linda, Wichita Doyle, Lee, Holton Earls, Karen, Bucklin Earleywine, Karen, Horton Eaton, Libby, Wichita Eilert, Shirley, Portis Epley, Susan, Minneola c A 1 2, fa ,gf -,f . ii - , K, , ' 5 r , , 1 'Q . 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Foust, James, Storm Lake Fox, Michael, Wichita Fox, Norma, Stafford Francis, Kloma, Colony Franklin, Sandra, Denton Franz, Lynette, Inman Frazier, Ann, Shawnee Mission Freeberg, Barbara, Parsons Fridell, Glenda, Robinson Fruth, Tina, Stillwater, Okla. Fulks, Lynda, Turon Fuller, Carol, El Dorado Gale, Constance, Emporia Garner, Linda, lola Gibson, David, Marion, Ohio Gilbert, Janis, Chase Gillette, Carol, Wichita Graner, Dean, Nortonville Grant, Peggy, Bronx, N.Y. Graves, Kevin, Anthony Green, Ann, Pratt Green, Nancy, Reading Greene, Deborah, Sabetha Gress, Warren, Axtell Haltom, Rita, Colby Hamill, Linda, Garden City Hampton, Ann, Atchison Harrison, Edgar, Kansas City Harris, M. 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Johnson, Claudia, Lansing Johnson, Elaine, Shawnee Mission Johnson, LaDonna, Topeka Johnson, Patricia, Halstead Johnson, Sherri, Liberal Jones, Deborah, Olpe Jost, Julia, Newton Kabriel, Charlene, Summerfield Kaspar, Kathy, Green Keating, Patrick, Wheaton Kelly, Karen, Emporia Kendall, Pamela, Kansas City Kinsler, Leslie, Kingman Kline, Janine, Alva, Okla. Knox, Steve, Piedmont Knudsen, Juanita, Eureka Kodack, Mark, Emporia Kolb, Marita, Valley Falls Korte, Frank, Wellington Kristufek, C. 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Pooler, Susan, Topeka Porter, Lisa, Peabody Powell, Harrell, Hutchinson Powell, Janice, Winchester Powell, Judy, Attica Powell, Pamela, Derby Pratt, Rosemary, McLouth Prose, Patricia, Little River Protheroe, Ellen, Reading Quinlan, Rita, Leavenworth Quirk, Martha, Parsons Rader, Leslie, nthony Rank, Ellen, Abilene Rawles, Roger, Highland Redden, Paula, Overland Park Ridenour, Susan, Admire Ringler, Carol, Emporia Roberts,, Vicki, lola Robinson, Laura, Overland Park Roeckers, Donald, Richmond Rohling, JoAnn, Cunningham Roland, Nancy, Wichita Rossi, Christine, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. Rowland, Sherry, Newton ,fl . WI li . ,I , l J v, ,, , Q i "' 'f'-.,:24-,isa f x Q a QM, -W. X A V i, . J , ilw Til , Q, Fx ., 1 . 7' Juniors , ,ig E5 " h .. 1 , , P o , 3 ' ,M ,nw ":f A ,112 , , WS R ea is J T? 1,4 , .za 41 ., " 'L' ' - - V Zhi f ' , I f' .-. 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Seiwert, Leon, Garden Plain Seiwert, Ruth, Conway Springs Selassie, Zekarias, Asmara, Ethiopia Sell, Rita, Plainville Sheets, Barbara, Newton Shepherd, Mike, Wellington Shorthill, Allan, Topeka Shugart, Carol, Severy Shutt, Edwin, Kansas City Singer, Linda, Parker Skipton, Sheri, Deerfield Smart, Michael, Arma Smith, Deborah, Burlingame Smith, Owen, Fredonia Sneed, Margaret, Conway Springs Snell, Carol, Johnson Sorenson, Don, McPherson Spence, Kay, Hutchinson Sphar, Jacque, Leon Spires, Marcia, Eureka Stawowy, Joe, Kansas City Steinkuehler, Vicki, Dodge City Stephenson, Susan, Sedan Stone, Dennis, Mankato Stude, Marilyn, Copeland Sutton, Marna, Garnett Swiggart, Brad, Medicine Lodge Swisher, Arthur, Kansas City Swisher, Phyllis, Assaria Tagomori, Alvin, Kahului, Maui, Ha. Takamori, Charlene, Kahului, Maui, Ha. Tarbutton, Debby, Olathe Tarry, Craig, Independence Tatlock, Tim, Wichita Temple, Lois, Wichita Thiessen, Jake, Inman Thomas, Raymond, Moline Thompson, Gail, Kansas City Tice, Jo, Morrowville Travis, John, Wichita Tredway, Linda, Longton Tribble, Dona, Topeka Truelove, Marjorie, Burlington Trussell, Lee Anne, Newton Tryon, Carol, Perry Turnbull, Mike, Eskridge Vehara, Sachie, ltoman-Cho, Okinawa VanLeeuwen, Mary, St. Paul Van Tuyl, Dawn, Burns Vieux, Marian, Dodge City Villarreal, Wanda, Columbia, S.A. we .Q . f, 'ff ar 'Ei ::" ff: W., ii a he fn aaay a if K V a t l fa ,, Q M115 X ,M 'f - .r A fa 2' 'W L' - ' a 1 " V, A A can O f A 1:34 ' if ' , A L B A "' it f .1 ,ji ,,A, ,Vgk 4 ' Q fvvaa, 'A ' ti't 'Tw et': yna , V 1 l , iaa. "H A . 'A ' e . B sf . at e g?" X B "S 7 K 0 iw 5, D Q' K ' ' , C .. .Mgr ' ei' ' A L it ,, Q. ' ' ' ., f.. 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Renee, Garden City Walden, Jim, Hoxie Walker, Lavonne, Emporia Walrod, Phyllis, Prescott Waters, Melvin, Leavenworth Watts, Jennifer, Prairie Village Wear, Belynda, Great Bend Weaver, Michelle, Onaga Weller, Carol, Emporia Wenger, Roberta, Powhattan Whanger, Walter, Linwood Wheeler, Charles, Nortonville Wheeler, Martha, Lawrence Whitaker, Kathleen, Reading Whitehead, Kenny, LeRoy Whitt, Gerald, Hoisington Wiggans, Charlene, Celavan Williams, Sheila, Leavenworth Wilson, Thomas, St. George Winders, Jane, Wichita Wolford, MichalAnn, Emporia Wylie, Bonnie, Madison Yohon, Peggy, lola Young, Kathi, Cedar Vale Youngstedt, Patricia, Waterville Zhiri, Abdellatif, Rabat, Morocco Zornes, Donna, lola Donahoo, Dennis, Bay Village 377 ii Ski " - F, A g . , Q 32 . 52 ' ii -A S + v f. . 'if X a x E 5 S B 5 if Q 1 X Rf . fx: 3 , A J is ' ,xi ,.,..: .H . ,. ll Q . - we 1, ,, , 2 Y C C, C o 'ex A e -gg 7 , 3 1: '31 +,,..f'k Seniors . 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Bertels, Carol, Nortonville Biggs, Leonard, Madison Biggs, Meredith, Lawrence Bishop, John, Arkansas City Blakesley, Jeanne, Welda Blanks, Sherron, Kansas City Blaufuss, Thomas, Hartford Blochlinger, Larry, Concordia Blunk, Kay, Hazelton Blunk, Monte, Hardtner Bott, Ervin, Wichita Bott, Gary, Hutchinson Bove, Susan, Wichita Boyle, David, Belle Plaine Boyle, Jeannine, Oxford Bradnis, Dixie, Cheney Brewer, David, Olathe Brewer, Joseph, Mineral Wells, Texas Bright, Thomas, Tyro Brooks, Le Roy, Burden Brooks, Linda, Emporia Browne, Michael, Emporia Brunkow, Ward, Onaga Buenning, Jane, Shawnee Mission Burkholder, Thomas, Peabody Burt, Barbara, Kansas City Bush, Mary, El Dorado Butts, Cindy, Emporia Caldwell, Linda, Garnett Call, John, Valley Falls Callender, Terry, Hanover Campone, Joseph, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Cantrell, L. Merlene, Wichita Carlson, Kathryn, Chanute Carlson, Lois, Dodge City Carlson, Micheal, Burdick Carter, Jim, Maize Cartwright, Patricia, Osawatomie Casper, Jerry, Wamego Childers, Dwain, Coffeyville Childers, Laren, Coffeyville Churchman, William, Olathe Clark Clark Clark Cloud, Coan, Coats Kathleen, Yankton, S.D. Cimpl, , Charles, Burns , Darry, Haviland Shirley, Wichita Roberta, Haysville Patrick, Leavenworth Richard, Potwin Cochran, Nancy, lola Collier, John, Amarillo, Texas Combs, Larry, Wichita 379 ,E an sf ar 4' f' - 'ffm '., w','f-J' .' " f A rflfoffpf , j u .i,,,',,,,a3 i .4 tu' una:,4aH 'J i'.'u.'c fda. wg? A - v ,Q V v. aa, , fa, V ,S ' :ik 'zg ' m'L'f' , V ' , ig, Y 5 U reg -1- if vp ' ' Y , g J W . , H In ,X . I , 2, , age , 43 I , ,W ,N f. Z Z M ,f ,"' ' I Q , . I K Seniors A pi lfbxg ,e gt, ya I v Aa T drag? QL gg , K .4 in X -,f X l A I 5 "' 5' V - T 4 E L sc 'X' ja - S' 1 sg f C QQ" ' .s if M x -' . 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Dimick, Joyce, Atchison Dixon, Marian, Coffeyville Domke, Judy, Herington Dorton, Laura, Emporia Dougherty, Richard, Moran Dragoo, Mowry, Marysville Drumm, Donald, Waverly Dunn, Michael, Carbondale Durow, H. Dean, Waverly Durso, Beth, Olathe Eaton, Barbara, McPherson Edwards, Nancy, Topeka England, Jane, Hutchinson Enlow, Donna, Dodge City Enslow, Barbara, Garden City Epps, Muriel, Kansas City Erhardt, Sherrie, Concordia Eustice, Craig, El Dorado Evans, Cathy, Kansas City Evans, Marilyn, Americus Ewing, Mary, Valley Center Farmer, Eugene, Chicago, lll. Farrell, Kenneth, Wamego F esmire, Mary, Edgerton F euerborn, Janice, Kincaid Fewins, David, Savonburg Finneran, Diana, Leavenworth Firling, Vickie, Mankato Fish, Margaret, Highland Fisher, Dennis, Peabody Fisher, Janet, Hutchinson 9 Q 2 gg , X .Hi . wifi ,, 522 J , -My Q 4 ,,, .gt 5 , , 591'-I, T '- .gef 1, 'Q Q' iii I v ,N at at 2 . ggi Q5 1 41 as , V is ' .V 4 , W is fs 1,21 Ya 5 95 575 - -aw . w may A V V4 . f ' . ., si Q- 2 I 42' in 'ses- 'fi 5 nf, ' 4 bfi ,Mm 7.35, , ,e gf. J' 'guy' 5 . Q K J W .,,V V fy -A? ,, f' . ' , WF" , ' y, 5 . gi gs, 5.5 . ,Ji X 1, T , J - 4 se, o ea . :av Q . J 4 ,ff A ,gx-A fjfri 5:5 W 4 5 tv tv 'J ev a Fisher, Terry, Emporia F itzmaurice, Adrian, Norton Fixsen, Pamela, Goodland F lentie, Larry, Centralia Foster, Bonnie, Bartlesville, Okla. Francis, Robert, Overland Park Franklin, Roberta, Shreveport, La. Franz, Dale, Inman Freese, Theodore, Overland Park F retz, Loretta, LaHarpe F riesen, Cleta, Halstead F ursman, Sheila, Welda Gander, R. Michael, Kansas City Garretson, Patrick, Newark, N.J. Garrett, Gordon, Burlington Gasche, Cynthia, Hartford Gatewood, David, Atchison George, John, Washington Gill, William, Perry Gilligan, James, Hartford Gilson, Dixie, Eureka Glover, Joyce, Kansas City Gonterwitz, Michael, Leavenworth Good, James, Wellsville Good, Robert, Marion Gordon, Jeannine, Salina Gough, Verna, Mankato Gourley, Linda, Calvin, Okla. Gray, Debra, Elwood Gress, William, Axtell Griego, Ramona, Albuquerque, N.M Grier, Donald, Wichita Grimm, Shirley, Sabetha Groeining, Sheryl, Hillsboro Grose, Thomas, Oskaloosa Gross, Edward, Emporia Grosse, Stephen, Peabody Gruber, Trudy, Salina Guier, Janet, Troy Guth, David, Wamego Guth, Kathy, Lawrence Guth, Larry, Wamego Gurss, James, Lyndon Gurss, Terry, Lyndon Haake, Susie, Shawnee Mission Habiger, Diane, Bushton Hale, Diane, Wichita Hallenbeck, David, Linwood Hammerschmidt, Marcy, Clay Center Hammond, Janet, LeRoy Hand, Gary, Lawrence Harder, Russell, Emporia Hart, Polly, El Dorado Hayes, Edward, Huron Hayes, Lavonta, Wichita Hayes, Sonia, Greensburg Hefley, Michael, Emporia Hegarty, Robert, Hillsboro Heineken, Roger, Efiingham Hem, Kathy, Topeka Henninger, Karen, Atchison Henton, Janice, Osage City Herbert, Lawrence, Emporia V. 5-ff 5 Lu 'Q if me ' ., Idw, ' 'fa f 'if' N 2 1 5 4 E Y 4 we 4 M, , 'Tb 4 f -"1 4 f ZA'1 1 e m ' . , if , .,vv VI I: fi V, ' f 7 'T' if Y? 44, , f if P ll I ,, QQ .fa M ff i , ff , P ,gt ,. f 5 .qua B www f . fm. 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Latimer, Kenneth, Colony Lawler, Carol, Overland Park Lee, Stephen, Belleville Lee, Steven, Atchison Lehning, Michael, Hoisington Lewallen, Sally, Oakley Link, Mary Ann, Fort Scott Lipp, Jeffrey, Sterling Litsis, Penelope, Kansas City Littell, Daniel, Rolla Lohmeyer, James, Emporia Lohmeyer, Susan, Emporia Londard, Jerry, Valley Falls Lopman, Joseph, Bronx, N.Y. Lorson, Rita, Hope Lynn, William, Emporia Maduros, Anastasios, Junction City Mallam, Ronald, Clyde Mar, Jeannie, Great Bend Markham, Judy, Dodge City Martin, David, Chanute Martin, Larry, Phoenix, Ariz. Massoth, William, Yates Center Mattix, Linda, Ellinwood McAfee, George, Horton McGamman, Sharon, Lawson, Mo. McConnell, Mary, Kansas City McCoy, Elizabeth, Coffeyville McDaniel, Donald, Atchison McEwen, Susan, Wichita McLinden, James, Florence McMannis, Elma, Canton McNeely, Marsha, Burden Meats, Arlin, Le Roy Meats, Wanda, LeRoy Meirowsky, Rita, Council Grove Mentzer, Jerry, Yates Center Merrill, Virginia, Shawnee Mission 383 5 - - , . "sis A "fQif2?swwe? V , f ' 1' . Wg, wiv ,E , +4 K' ,re Q V422 """ 1,. , f Gi " .2 zl. v"' , .-,, QZ' V Lwgf ra a. s sf if 6 if' 9 ,a l , in '12 47 5 as Q, if 'W dl' 5 4 ' f 2 aff K 4 , QV ' fi 1 we ff 4 1 X 1 3, ffiaiawfff' 'M 4 Ps Seniors ' 'Miz , ,.v, af Q' aziiw V 2, in ,Q ff S f ,W 7 as " fa K4 ta 4? 4- J rig i n X 4' S V f 433'-: H, , we fi? 4 in 4? 3 , :aw V , ' -A 1 2 Z' f 1 1 , .egfff Q"- 1-X S 5, ,gf .if , , nf 5 f f',': T -1- ,wwe - w 'V .'f5ae V 54' 3 avg JB' 25365247 - 1 .M T4 . - , ' f :- , zQ1jayz'x?:'V :wi gg, 2'1- 1222,-in-5"" ,xiiizgw . 4-aa, ,.,..l,v.. 1-. e, :aw wr' , .Vw ' , , 'L V' - . In . A , ,M ,J F 142 , , 1 ' V: ., V Q ? 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Nightingale, Carolynn, Corning Noland, Carlee, Dodge City Norman, Deanna, Iola Norwood, Vicki, Russell Novak, Norma, Haddam Ohlam, Eugene, Herington Ohmes, Gerald, Greeley Orton, Thomas, Belle Plaine Owens, Ken, Abilene Owens, Patricia, Salina Palmer, Ovie, Syracuse Palubinski, J ohm Topeka Park, Lois, Burlingame Parker, Richard, Shawnee Mission Parsons, Katherine, Winfield Pashman, John Jr., Topeka Patry, Donald, Burns Patry, Douglas, Burns Patterson, Connie, Melvern Patton, Larry, Emporia Patton, Vicki, Emporia Peddicord, Lana, Wamego Pemberton, Nancy, Paola Perry, Tim, Wichita Peterson, Gregg, Scranton Petruzzelli, Vicki, Leawood Phelan, Margaret, Russell Phelan, Richard, Humboldt Phillips, Yoneko, Hutchinson Plank, Richard, Emporia Pock, Diana, Waverly X. 1. 2, ,e Q U, g fe 4 Y, ff - 11. U an M ,- P ff? ' SE 'V . 77 132, W I ae. B. I 'Jr I x 3 9 li 1 1: Hiifesiwf' ' 5 Y W .... ra, ,grip 2 ,,. 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Michael, Perry Rodgers, Ralph, Gridley Rogers, Joan, Kansas City Rohr, Wilfern, LeRoy Rolfs, Jeannine, Topeka Rome, Tom, Kansas City Rooney, Dianna, Fairview Rossillon, Linda, Wichita Rothwell, Jerome, Gardner Rudolph, Joanne, Leavenworth Ruiz, Anthony, Kansas City Runnels, Dwight II, Basehor Ryan, Billy, Caldwell St. James, Teresa, Pleasanton Sakaguchi, Glenn, Kapaa, Ha. Sanders, Cheryl, Hutchinson Sounders, Patty, Overland Park Sawyer, Randy, Oxford Scheopner, Richard, Goodland Schirmer, Dana, Overbrook Schirmer, Sarah, Ottawa Schlegel, James, Emporia Schlick, Leta, Westphalia Schmidt, Bobby, Osage City Schnoke, Penny, Ottawa Schoenfelder, Doris, Atchison Schopp, Ellen, Beatrice, Nebr. Schreibvogel, Ronald, Garden City Schwinn, Harold, Leavenworth Scimeca, Michael, Caney Scrimsher, Lana, Topeka Seaman, Kevin, Augusta Seigfreid, Roy, Red Oak, la. Seymour, Sondra, Augusta Sheehon, Rita, Tonganoxie Shepard, Carol, Fort Scott Shepard, Kathryn, Fort Scott Sherwood, Brent, Lyons Shineman, Gloria Jean, Paola Sigler, Marilyn K., Burdick Simpler, Janet K., Junction City Sims, Jewell E., Murdock Sinclair, Mary M., Newton Skaggs, Julie E., Emporia Skoch, Gerald F., Axtell Slater, Milla R., Kansas City Sloan, Shirley D., Lebo Smalley, Sally J., Iowa Falls, la. Smigler, Jack A., Lincroft, N.J. Smith, Barbara J., Overland Park Smith, Carol Ann, Dodge City Smith, Daniel E., Kansas City Smith, Dennis L., Dodge City Smith, Jimmy L., Lawrence Smith, Phyllis A., Wichita Smith, Raymond A., Kansas City Smith, Sheryl A., Elkhart Smitheran, Claudia, Garnett Smithson, John C., Lewis Sommerhauser, Darrell, Mulvane Sorensen, Mary J., Belleville Sparks, Ann M., Gofl Spencer, Carol, Atchison Splichal, Sally D., Munden Steele, Mary Ann, Hutchinson Steiner, Mary Lou, Canton Stewart, Mary, Fredonia Stinson, Donna R., Leavenworth Stoering, Carolyn L., Liberal Stolzer, Sandi K., Washington Strotkamp, Gayle G., Mulvane Sunderland, Alan W., Greeley Swartz, Janet A., Shawnee Mission Tabor, Laura M., Salina Tallman, Jim L., Chanute Tarwater, Susan J., Shawnee Teach, Gregg E., Lincoln Tegarden, Darrell R., Wichita Tener, Carol A., Kansas City, Mo. Terry, Barbara A., Waterville Theel, Wayne A., Alma Thieme, Joan M., Zenda Thomas, Ralph, Fredonia Tilley, Diana, Bucklin Timberlake, Jean, Overland Park Tolle, Pam, Sublette Tomasich, Michael, Kansas City Tonn, Jean, Haven Tramontelli, C. Tony, Ossining, N.Y Tressler, Linda, Colony Tribby, Debby, LaCygne Trim, Dick, Wichita Trim, Leanna, Wichita Trueblood, Julia, Topeka Truman, Wanda, Louisburg Turek, Stephen, Kansas City if . Tw ' 1, , V ,, W i , Wg, 3 "?,z.L1- , if N if hm ' ,pv I ,,., V egg , ' -rffsff 3511, if f I -' fx : , ,554 -, 'V K 5 ., ' H 2 . ,..,, ' - 3 ' . ' '- L, A V .:'1 . 'J C Mb ,fx 1 ,V V, -J I ,Q 5 H , M I ag- CJ 77 , ,f, ,, as , g, is W, . r .-5 6, ,V ' f V , xv . fo A F , o- in t kd . n renee. 1 -. F5!u:i'i?Q 4' U 5 2' 3 ' H5 ISM. X -,Q .BX 1 .Amir 'Te Q ' N - iff , n 49 . T 1 - J A l ' 1 ! ' , fi .fi a U 1 Etjmfa. 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Topeka Whistler, Alan, Independence Whitaker, Mary, Reading White, Daniel, Kansas City White, Roger, Newton Whiting, Betty, Newton Whitmore, Mike, Roeland Park Whitson, Marvin, Whitewater Wiens, Albert, Halstead Wiley, Johnny, Wichita Wilhelm, Carolyn, Wichita Wilkerson, Joan, Leavenworth Wilkins, Sharon, Lyons Willcott, Beverly, Chanute Williams, Dennis, Leavenworth Williams, Jacquelyn, Kansas City Williams, William, Waverly Williams, Willie, Kansas City, Mo. Williamson, Susan, Topeka Wilson, James, El Dorado 387 'Wg 1 ' R 3 N Y 1 SJ ,AQH- , U L' I 2 v N f - ' ' fi" f , - - ' , ' . fi , A5 U ' A Z Zi ? Yi -z: -' , fl ? , , MN - 55:'Ei'11'vE , , 'Q Hi 0 -. lk W fn ,Q M, L jg A 1, ly v ' W Graduates , y 5, l so vs 3 , Q. , 4 Y F995 , , i i A A like if ' 4 " I .ll . ' , A an u 1' 1, Zi gg! BWI L , ,W v iw l A Q , ,,A,, Wilt, Rose, Hutchinson Witten, Polly, Emporia Wolf, Larry, El Dorado Wolfe, Carl. Kansas City Wolin, David, Brooklyn, N.Y. Wright, Connie, Hutchinson Wright, Nancy, Emporia Wullschleger, Howard, Vermillion Wylie, Bonnie, Madison Yamada, Terry, Hilo, Ha. Yeager, Linda, Larned Zerbe, Gary, Salina Zickefoose, James, Elmdale Zlab, David, Leon Alba, Renato, lloilo City, Philippines Eisenhauer, Cindy, Emporia Everoski, Robert, Locust Valley, N.Y. Facklam, Kathleen, Barnard Goldman, Linda Greene, Moses, Bayshore, N.Y. Grote, RoxyLea, Phillipsburg Lovett, Christopher, Keansburg, N.J. Rojas, Gloria, Bucaramanza, Columbia Sukimoto, Merle, Kahului, Ha. Warren, Alice, Excelsior Springs, Mo. Welch, Greg, Hutchinson Whaley, Sarah, Wellington Wright, Richard, Coolidge Q. DESI DERATA peace the nonse and haste, and remember what the far as possnble wrthout surrender truth qu1etly and ngnorant they are you for m the grass. what VIIIUC everywhere llfe fergn affectlon 389 Academic Affair, 136 Administrative Affairs, 122 Alpha Beta, 145 Alpha Delta Nu, 326 Alpha Kappa Lambda, 308 Alpha Phi Omega, 280 Alpha Sigma Alpha, 324 Alpha Sigma Tau, 327 Alpha Theta Rho, 168 Applied Arts and Sciences, 137 Aquettes, 146 Art, 167 Associated Student Government, 250 Band Day, 77 Baptist Student Union, 304 Baseball, 224 Basketball, 212 Best Dressed Coed, 87 Beta Beta Beta, 170 Biology Club, 169 Biology, 171 Black Week, 102 Blue Key, 290 Bulletin, 278 Business Affairs, 138 Business, 128 Caduceus, 170 Cardinal Key, 289 Catholic Student Organization, 304 Cheerleaders, 236 Chi Omega, 328 Christmas, 93 Ciruna, 195 Collegiate 4-H, 282 Concert Band, 181 Counselor Education, 153 Cross Country, 210 Curriculum and Instruction, 154 Delta Zeta, 330 Downtown Night, 67 Education and Psychology, 152 Emporia State Players, 198 English, 172 Enrollment, 94 Epsilon Pi Tau, 151 Fall Elections, 72 Fall Fashion Show, 66 Football, 202 390 General Index Foreign Language, 174 Freshmen, 352 Freshman Talent Show, 73 Gamma Delta, 305 Golf, 230 Graduate and Professional Studies, 161 Graduate Students, 387 Handicapped, 62 Homecoming, 80 Home Economics,147 Hui O'Hawaii, 284 Industrial Arts, 149 Industrial Arts Club, 150 Instructional Media, 134 Interfraternity Council, 323 Interinational Club, 286 International Week, 75 Intramurals, 238 Juijitsu Club, 283 Juniors, 368 Kappa Alpha Psi, 309 Kappa Delta Pi, 156 Kappa Kappa Psi, 189 Kappa Mu Epsilon, 177 Karate Club, 283 Liberal Arts, 166 Librarianship, 164 Library Club, 163 Library Services, 134 Marching Band, 184 Married Student Housing, 272 Math, 176 Men's Chorale, 188 Men's Residence Halls, 268 Miss E-State, 109 Miss Sunflower, 103 Model United Nations, 194 Mu Epsilon Nu, 158 Music, 178 Off-campus Housing, 270 Omega Psi Phi, 246 Opera, 185 Organization Night, 69 Orientation, 64 Panhellenic Council, 322 Parents Day, 76 Phi Delta Theta, 310 Phi Kappa Tau, 312 Phi Lambda Theta, 140 Phi Mu Alpha, 190 Phi Sigma Epsilon, 314 Photo Services, 131 Physical Education, 144 Physical Science, 191 Pi Delta Phi, 175 Pi Gamma Mu, 196 Pi Lambda Theta, 157 Pi Omega Pi, 139 Psi Chi, 160 Quintet, 179 Research and Grants, 135 Rodeo Club, 284 Roger Williams Fellowship, 303 School Administration, 155 Seniors, 376 Sigma Alpha Iota, 190 Sigma Delta Pi, 175 Sigma Gamma Rho, 332 Sigma Kappa, 333 Sigma Sigma Sigma, 334 Sigma Tau Gamma, 318 Social Science Club, 193 Social Science, 196 Sophomores, 361 Speech, 197 Spurs, 285 Student Affairs, 132 Summer Session, 42 Sunflower Staff, 276 Symphonic Band, 181 Symphonic Choir, 182 Symphonic Orchestra, 180 Tau Beta Sigma, 189 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 320 Tennis, 228 Thanksgiving, 90 Theatre, 112 Thieves Market, 91 Track, 220 United Ministries, 302 Union Activities Council, 254 Vigilantes, 288 Who's Who, 294 Women's Residence Halls, 256 Wrestling, 218 Xi Phi, 298 A bbott, Student Index J ack 168 Abbott, Roy 252 Abel, Lester 347 Aberra, Asheber 286 Accolla, Pamela 361 Ace, Becky 359 Ackeret, Gary 151 Acree, William 350 Adams, Carolyn 286, 287 Adams, Jacqueline 361 Adams, John 350 Adams, Stephen 368 Adams, Theresa 361 Adee, Julia 336 Adkins, Geri 265, 266, 361 Adkins, Odis 188 Adkins, Sandra 350 Adkins, Theodore 188 Affolter, Dennis 368 Akins, James 199 Alba, Renato 286, 386 Albee, Deborah 376 Albers, Patricia 376 Albers, Shirley 196, 368 Albert, Janet 361 Albertson, Timothy 376 Albin, Patty 361 Albright, Jolene 336 Alcorn, Jane 350 Alcorn, Larry 150, 368 Alday, Richard 225, 376 Aldrich, Kathleen 339 Alexander Aiexanderj Alexander, Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Anna 361 Donna 350 Doris 376 Janis 361 Joanna 159, 376 Susan 350 William 368 Algrim, Melinda 368 Allemargyg, Willie 182 Allen, yde 376 Allen, Cynthis 139, 376 Allen, Earle 181, 182 Allen, Judith 350 Allen, Teresa 350 Allen, Thomas 218 Alstad, Bruce 376 Alumbaugh, Barbara 376 Al-Usaimi, Isaimi 350 Alvarado, Martin 283 Alvord, Anita 139, 376 Amburn, Philip 171 Amerine, Lane 361 Ames, Charles 376 Ammel, Alice 182, 350 Ammel, Linda 376 Anandam, Barbara 286 Andersen, Jay 171, 361 Anderson, Bettye 376 Anderson, Carol 342 Anderson, Janice 350 Anderson, Karen Louise 185, 338 Anderson, Karen Sue 338 Anderson, Larry 376 Anderson, Leslie 361 Anderson, Myra Jane 361 Anderson, Parma 146, 342 Anderson, Robert- 376 Anderson, Sheila 350 Anderson, Vicki 368 Anderson Wayne 140 143 Andre, Carolyn 326, :iss Angulo, Armando 188, 347 Anschutz, Rebecca 361 Applegate, Priscilla 336 Arb, Rita 342 Argubright, Susie 361 Armstrong, Gail 350 Arwood, Polly 376 Asayehgn, Desta 286, 287 Asleson, Robert 202 Asp, Linda 368 As , Michael 202 Atha, Karen 350 Atherly, Frank 151 Atkins, Deborah 181, 182, 350 Attig, Linda 350 Aufleger, Theresa 339 Auman, Pamela 350 Austin, Susan 368 . Avegalio, Failautusl 202 Ayres, Rita 339 Aytes, James 361 Azman, Judith 368 B achelder, Constance 376 Bachtzel, Deborah 350 Bachtel, Donald 376 Bachtel, Joyce 376 Bader, Eric 350 Bahr, Debra 361 Bahre, John 283 Bailey, Marianne 376 Bailie, Richard 351 Bainter, Paula 368 Bair, Jeffrey 140, 143 Baker, Brenda 146, 350 Baker, Joyce 350 Baker, Robert 182, 351 Balding, Pamela 336 Baldwin, 'Connie 361 Bales, Michael 347 Ball, Mike 350 Ball, Ronnie 351 Ballard, Larry 376 Ballard, Ron 283, 351 Ballard, William 286 Ballou, Charles 283, 346 Balloun, Mary 337 Bambick, Kathy 350 Bambick, Lewis 171 Bambick, Mary 361 Banz, Adele 350 Barfoot, Kirk 182 Barger, David 182 Barger, Rosalie 368 Barnes, Diana 117, 198 Barnes, Herbert 368 Barnes, Larry 376 Barnes, Vicky 350 Barnett, Gregory 202 Barnett, Pamela 350 Barnett, Sherry 350 Barr, Jane 361 Barr, Kathleen 337 Barrett, Barrett, Ann 376 Ste hen 284 Barstow, Rogerta 333, 342 Bartkoski, Sharon 339 Bartley, Bartley, Barton, Joyce 376 Shauna 265, 351 Dale 368 Bass, Donna 336 Bastin, Carol 351 Bates, Thomas 376 Bathurst, Kathy 361 Bauer, Janet 336 Bauer, Karen 337 Bauer, Linda 376 Bauersfeld, Gay 146, 376 Baughan, Kirk 351 Baum, James 225 Bauman, Betty 339 Bauman, Beverly 351 K Baumann, Kari 351 Bautista, Michael 351 Bazil, Kurt 377 Bazil, Virginia 377 Beard, Stan 368 Beaver, Kathryn 368 Beaver, Tera' 377 Beavers, Pa a 368 Becher, Joyce 282 Bechtel, Dorothy 377 Becker, Gertrude 339 Beckmann, Nadine 351 Beckmann, Royce 368 Beckrnon, Orval 377 Bedigrew, Mary 368 Beebe, Dianna 377 Beebe, Marcelene 339 Beebe, Sharon 351 Beers, Vivian 377 Beeson, Beeson, Beth 342 Wanda. 361 Begshaw, Steven 150, 151 Belknap, Janet 361 Bell, Carolyn 377 Bell, Dean 350 Bellinger, Roxanne 351 Belt, Linda 339 Bender, Clifford 377 Bender, Marla 351 Bender, Mary 351 Benett, Russell 377 Bengtson, Glenda 368 Bennett, Harry 377 Berg, Buddy 361, 343 lBerger, John 368 Berger, Roert 368 Bergmann, Patricia 326, 336 Berkley, Ronald 351 Bernhardt, Kathy 185, 338. Berquist, Julie 361 Bert, James 350 Bertels, Carol 377 Bertels, Dianne 361 Bertels, Margaret 351 Bertels, Eileen 351 Betsworth, Douglas 192 Beyer, Steven 368 Bezdek, Mark 346 Biggs, Debra 170 Biggs, Leonard 160, 377 Biggs, Meredith 377 Biggs, Sharon 338 Bigno, Karen 284, 361 Billam, Terry 347, 202 Bingham, David 225 Bird, Linda 368 Birnbaum, Jack 202 Bishoff, June 351 Bishop, John 290, 291, 346, 377 Bishop, Richard 210 Bishop, Sondra 338 Black, James 361 Blackburn, Warner 286, 368 Blackman, Kelsey 368, 347 Blackwell, Jerry 202 Blain, Linda 361 Blaisdell, Hal 168 Blake, Debra 351 Blakesley, Jeanne 377 Blanchat, Gerald 196 Blanks, Donna 368 Blanks, Nina 283 Blanks, Sherron 377 Blaufuss, Margaret. 351 Blaufuss, Patricia 368 Blaufuss, Thomas 377 Blede, Robert 351 Blender, Sharon 282, 351 Blocher, John 346 Blochlinger, Larry 141, 377 Bloodworth, Dexter 368 Bloom, Danny 202 Bluett, Chester 368 Blunk, Kay 377 Blunk, Monte 377 Boatwright, Bruce 361 Bobek, Frank 361 Bodam, Gary 181, 182, 188, 347 Boese, Barbara 351 Boese, Jody 34, 198, 366, 367 Boger, Pablo 286 Bogner, Susan 342 Bohm, Barbara 286 Bohn, Ronda 339 Boland, Steven 350 Bolby, Wendy 368 Boles, Walter 171 Boller, Barbara 361 Bolton, Stephen 346 Bond, Brenda 361 Bond, Jay 182, 361 Bonfield, William 346 Book, Betty 361 Boone, Keith 196 Booth, Mary 146, 368 Booth, Woody 202 Borders, Monte 283, 361 Bosiljevac, Joseph 343 Boss, Nancy 361 Botkin, Darla 159 Bott, Ervin 202, 377 Bott, Gary 377 Bott, Kenneth 351 Bottinger, Betty 336 Bottiger, Jerry 350 Bourgeois, Rosa 351 Bove, Susan 146, 377 Bowden, Robert 188 Bowers, Sue 337 Bowie, Maxine 368 Bowman, Rebecca 181, 182, 195 Boyle, David 377 Boyle, Jeannine 377 Brand, Glenda 368 Brandis, Dixie 377 Brandley, Michael 171 Br.andon, Linda 361 Brandt, Nancy 190, 337 Brauer, Dennis 369 Brazil, Charlene 369 Brazzle, Kathryn 351 Brehm, Eugene 290, 291, 346 Breidenthal, George 195, 236 Bremer, Steven 343 Breneman, Carol 175 Brenner, LaDonna 351 Brewer Carol 181, 182, 189, 361 Brewer, David 377 Brewer, Joseph 377 Brewer, Joyce 266 Brewer, Juanita 351 Brewer, Kathie 351 Bridge, Maralyn 187, 361 Bridges, Mary Jane 361 Briggeman, Anna 369 Briggs, James 351 Bright ,Thomas 377 Bringman, Teresa 351 Brinkman, Marvin 140, 142 Briscoe, Molly 289, 293, 337 Brooks, Kathryn 326 Brooks, Leroy 377 Brooks, Linda Sue 377 Brooks, Mary 336 Bross, Paula 369 Bross, Phillip 361 Brown, Brent 253, 286 Carr, Rosal 340 YU Christopher 202 Carroll, Carroll, Joy 332, 340 Carroll, Victoria 198 Carson, Barbara 369 Carson, Candace 262 Carter, Dewey 284 Carter, James 377 Carter, Rebecca 351 Cartwright, Patricia 159, 377 Case, Jerry 351 Casey, Kenneth 283 Cash, Joanne 159, 369 Casper, Gerald 377 Cassin, Jamie 266, 362 Cassin, John 369 Castro, Pilar 286 Catalo, Francisco 283, 362 Cation Mark 280 369 cecchihi, Cynthia 351 Chambers, Jana 265, 338 Cook, Rick 378 Cook, Robert 369 Cook, Vickie 378 Coon, Barbara 283, 352 Coones, Sally 378 Cooper, Diane 352 Cooper, Irene 369 Cooper, Janet 362 Cooper, Janice 369 Cooper, Mary 342 Cooper, Norman 282, 352 Cooper, Rachel 168 Cooper, Rosalie 34, 175, 366, Cooper Wayne 352 Cope, Bruce 192, 369 Cope, Patricia 171, 352 Copeland, Linda 352 Copening, John 350 Copt, Louis 168. 378 Corbett, David 188, 362 Cordray, Terry 378 Corn. Marsha 342 Brown, Connie 369 Brown, Cynthia 351 Brown, Cynthia Susan 342 Brown, Daniel 175, 347 Brown, David 141, 346 Brown, Janet 337 Brown, Judy' 266, 361 Brown, Kat y 351 Brown, Linda 333, 342 Brown, Marilyn 369 Brown, Patricia 361 Brown, Patricia Lynn 342 Brown, Robert 347 Brown, Ronald 347 Brown, Sharon 258, 284, 361 Browne, Michael 377 Brunkow, Ward 181, 182, 188, Brunner, Delora 361 Bryan, Lynn 351 Bryant, Carol 361 Chambers, Jean 185, 338 Chambers, Linda 265, 351 Chamnankit, Ranu 286 Champney, Marie 362 Chance, Archie 343 Charlton. Karen 351 Charlton, Sharon 351 Chauncey, Janie 337 Cheng, Martha 286 Cherry, Judith 369 Chiba, Melvin 284 Childers, Dwain 377 Childers, Laren 377 Chiles, Mickey 337 Chowrua, Pachern 286 Christenson, Catherine 362 Christensen, Constance 351 Chui, Ester 286 Churchman, William 377 Cimpl, Kay 377 Cindric, Jerry 347 Buchanan, Bonnie 181, 182 Buchanan, Joe 278, 289 Buckley, Jane 351, 360 Buehler, Becky 342 Buenger, Hildegard 351 Buenning, Jane 377 Bumsted, Nancee 361 Bunge, Arlen 351 Bunlusilp, Prasert: 286 Burgard, Janet 369 Burger, Candace 351 Bmgess, Treva 351 Burkett, Janice 175 Burkholder, Thomas 377 Burnett, Patricia 187, 351 Burney, Patrick 181, 182 Burney, Richard 181, 182 Burns, Beverly 361 Burt, Barbara 377 Burt, James 196 Burton, Dallas 171 Burton, Susan 361 ' Busby, Jeanne 278, 289, 338 Bush, Mary 377 Butel, Mary 260, 282, 295, 369 Butler, Genda 351 Button, Patricia 369 Butts, Cynthia 171, 377 Byrnes, Andrew 351 C ade Charles 351 Caenen, Claudia 266, 362 Cain, Cheryl 342 Caldwell, Linda 377 Calhoun, Jacqueline 351 Call, Dennis 347 Call, John 377 Callahan, Aileen 351 Callaway, Donna 351 Callender, Donna 351 Callender, Terry 377 Calloway, Mary 362 Campbell, John 225 Campbell, Nancy 336, 351 Campone, Joseph 377 Cansler. Phillip 351 Cantrell, Merlene 377 Caple, Damon 362 Capp, Anita 262 Carduff, Cynthia 337 Carlson, Jean 369 Carlson, Mike 377 Carpenter, Candace 262, 338 Carr, Marilyn 362 Claeys, Greg 290, 291 Clark, Ann 192, 252, 305, 362 Clark, Charles 377 Clark, Constance 258, 369 Clark, Danny 182 Clark, Jean 182 Clark, Judy 369 Clark, Opal 182 Clark, Pamela 286 Clark, Peggy 305, 351 Clark, Philip 369 Clark, Shirley 377 Claude r, Dennis 202 Claxton, Bicki 362 Clay, Angieline 369 Cleous, Cleta 181, 182, 189 Clevenger, Susan 351 Cline, Richard 369 Cline, Ronald 369 Cloud, Clounc Clower Clune, Clune, Robert 377 h, Juanita 369 s, Michael 351 Betty 336 Connie 351 Clutter, Robert 351 Goan, Coats, Patrick 377 Richard 377 Cochran, Charles 351 Cochran, Nancy 377 Coe. Catherine 351 Coffey, Mary 351 Coffman, Patricia 262, 264, 338 Coldsmith, April 351 Cole, Jim 182 Coleman, Beckie 362 Coleman, James 288, 351 Coleman, Mary 339 Coleman, Mary E. 352 Colgan, Sharon 352 Collier, John 377 Collins, Jackie 362 Collins, Philip 347 Colwell, Martha 352 Combs, Jacquelyn 362 Combs, Larry 377 Comley, Charlotte 333, 342 Commerford, Jason 352 Compton, Nellie 369 Compton, Patricia 159, 1811, 369 Cornwell, Janice 378 Correa, Carmenza 286 Costello, Patricia 336 Cottrell, Patricia 362 Couch, Aleica 352 Counseller, Diane 352 Courtney, Clifford 350 Courtney, Kim 289, 295, 339 Cowan, Emma 378 Cowan, William 225 Cowell, Jerry 378 Cowell, Ronald 369 Cowperthwaite, Carol 336 Cox, James 378 Cos, Marcilyn 362 Cox, Marray 369 Cozad, Candace 369 Crabbe, William 202 Crafton, Roger 225 Craig. Berda 352 Crandall, John 192, 369 Crandall, Steven 343 Crane, Gene 378 Crawford, Donald 304, 378 Crawford, Marcia 340 Crawford, Paul 150, 369 Crawshaw, Linda 282 Cromwell., Dennis 283 Cromwell. Esther 378 Crosley. Edwin 378 Cross, Naomi 353 Croucher, Nancy 353 Crow, Jeanne 353 Crowel, Dennis 350 Crowl, Leonard 350 Crupper, Lanny 171 Crute, Birginia 369 Cryderman, Janet 362 Culbertson, Randy 251, 369 Culley, Lowell 195 Cummings, Ginger 185, 342 Cummins, Robin 378 Cunningham, Linda 353 Cunningham, Nola 378 Cunningham, Vicki 362 Cupoles, Ronald 362 Curfman, Carolyn 378 Curtin, Ronald 353 D agenette, Noel 182 Dakotas, Dan 378 Damore, Gail 369 Daniel, James 192 Daniel, Marilyn 378 Daniels, Roberta 294 Daniels, Teresa 182, 189, 369 Davenport, Jill 353 Davidson, Steve 350 Davidson. Vicki 353 Davies, Tom 236, 252, 278, 289 346 Davis, Carolyn 369 Davis, Charles 188 Davis, Christine 168 Davis, Deborah 342 Davis, Delores 159, 305, 378 Davis, Gary 182 Davis, Janice 353 Condray. Janet 378 Conley. Linda 146. 378 Connell, Linda 378 Conrady, Phillip 283 Conwell, Janis 352 Conyers, Albert 369 Cook, Charles 378 Cook, James 347 Davis Rebecca 338, 378 Davis: Davis Robert 150 Russell 283 Davis, Thomas 347 Davison, Connie 337 Davisson, Peggy 378 Dawley, Johnny 284, 378 Dawson, Teresa 185, 338 Gaston, Day, Sherryl 226, 362 Dean, Linda 338 Dean, Virgil 362 Deery, Lynne 336 Deery, Marguerite 353 Deewall, Marleen 362 Degarmo, Deborah 185, 338 Dehoney, Nancy 342 Delisse, Pamela 362 Dell, Debra 185, 332, 340 Demott, Vera 139 Denimarch, Anthony 202 Dennett, Daniel 284, 378 Dennis, Daniel 290, 291, 293 Dennis, James 350 Denny, Steven 353 Denton, Joan 266 Dercher, Gary 202 Derrick, Thomas 369 Desch, Vincent 369 Deweese, Rebecca 338 Dexter, Patricia 353 Dicken, Sandra 378 Dickerson, Shara 342 Dickinson, Kenneth 378 Dickson, Virginia 353 Didde, Teri 337 Dieker, Cynthia 353 Dieker, Randall 369 Dieker, Robert 188 Dilak, Doxine 286, 287, 369 Dill, Charles 378 Dilts, Paula 369 Dimick. Joyce 378 Dirks, Sylvester 286 Dittemore. Ruth 289, 324, 336 Ditzler, Richard 140, 142 Divitto, Charles 202 Dixon', Hollis 369 Dixon, Marian 378 Dobbelaere, George 362 Dodder, Cheta 181, 182, 353 Doherty, John 150 Dohrman, Janice 353 Dolezal, Sherry 362 Doll, Don 353 Doman, Michael 351 Domann, Richard 202 Domann, Stephen 369 Domke, Judy 378 Domke, Kerry 362 Domnanish, David 351 Donahoo, Dennis 280, 375 Donaldson, Yvonne 195, 196 Donley, Sandra 369 Donovan, Carol 353 Donovan, Deena 139, 328, 338 Doran, John 346 Dorr, Berry Jo 336 Dorton, Laura 378 Doss, JoEllen 340 Dotts, Dianna 181, 182, 189, 369 Doudican, Barbee 353 Dougherty, Richard 378 Douglas, Judith 353 Dowler, Leslie 185, 338 Dowler, Linda 185, 338 Downey, Kathleen 282 Downing, Linda 265. 266, 369 Downs, Joan 326, 336 Doxon, JoElle1r 337 Doyen, Ginger 337 Doyle, Lee 369 Dragoo, Mowry 378 Drake, Raylen 350 Drake, Thomas 350 Drumm, Catherine 342 Drumm. Donald 378 Drury, Robert 362 Dubon, Herman 175, 195, 286 Dubruille, Richard 347 Dudlev, Christine 362 Duff, Marilyn 198, 256, 264, 336 Duggan, Mark 350 Dunbar, Philip 353 Duncan, Dale 363 Duncan, Steven 202, 347 Dungan, Paul 175 Dunivant, Marty 286 Dunn, Michael 378 Durham, Mary 34 Durow, Dean 378 Durso, Beth 378 Dusher, Deborah 363 Dutton, Nelson 347 Dyke, Bicki 363 E arleywine, Karen 369 Earls, Karen 369 Eaton, Barbara 159, 378 Eaton, Libby 369 Ebel, Debra 363 Eberhart, Susan 353 Ecton, Patricia 353 Edie, Grover 347 Edmission, Diana 185, 338 Edwards, Janie 198, 289, 295, 336 Edwards, Mary 159 Edwards, Nancy 171, 378 Egan, Kathleen 198, 353 Eilert, Shirley 369 Ekholm, Richard 343 Elkouri, Sara 185, 337 Elliott, Joan 336 Ely, Jerry 168 England, Jane 378 Engle, Marsha 342 Engle, Nina 353 Enlow, Donna 159, 378 Enright, Jana 282 Enslow, Barbara 378 Ensman, Mark 170, 171, 353 Enyart, Jeannette 363 Epley, Susan 369 Epp, Linda 353 Epps, Muriel 378 Erhardt, Sherrie 198, 378 Ericson, Alfred 182, 192, 252, 363 Erskin, Nancy 370 Esau, Donna 181, 182 Eslick, Melanie 363 Eslinger, Patricia 185 Essex, Timothy 218 Eubank, Linda 363 Euler, Rebecca 363 Eustice, Robert 378 Euthon, Steven 363 Evans, Catherine 378 Evans, Marilyn 378 Evel, Ronald 370 Everhart, Sidney 370 Ewert, Donna 353 Ewing, Mary 378 F acklam, Kathleen 386 Failor, Judy 363 Fanning, Robert 370 Farley, James 170, 182, 370 Flynn, Pamela 334 Foley, Patricia 370 Forbes, Connie 353 Ford, Ben 290, 291, 229, 346 Ford, Kenneth 140 Forstner, Judith 353 Forsythe, Wesley 351 Foster, Bonnie 379 Fountain, Michael 370 Fousek, Kenneth 370 Foust, James 288, 370 Fowler, Regina 87, 363 Fox Michael 202, 225, 370 Fox, Norma 171, 370 Fox, Robert 196 Fox, Sherry 336 Foxx, Ronald 202 Francis, Kloma 370 Francis, Robert 379 Farmer, Eugene 378 Farrar, Linda 336 Farrar, Steven 346 Farrell, Joan 363 Farrell, Kenneth 280, 378 Fassold, Carol 340 Fassold, Cathy 340 Fastnacht, David 182 Feitz, Jolene 182, 189 Feldman. Louise 370 Fenske, Margaret 182, 189, 190 Ferree, Linda 282, 353 Fesmire, Mary 159, 378 Feuerborn, Janice 378 Fewin, David 378 Fick. Janet 353 Fields, Mary 330, 340 Fienhage, Jean 363 Filby, Sandra 353 Finlay, Rhnae 370 Firling, Victoria 378 Fischer, Steven 370 Frank, Deborah 353 Frankenbery, Rebecca 182, 189 Franklin, Roberta 139. 289 Franklin, Sandra 370 Franz, Dale 379 Franz, Jane 66 Franz, Lynette 256, 370 Frase, Mark 202 Frazier, Ann 370 Freeberg, Barbara 146. 196, 370 Freeland, Gladys 353 Freeman, Shelley 337 Freese, Theodore 379 French. Martin 350 Fretz, Loretta 379 Frey, Shelly 353 Fridell, Glenda 370 Friend, Susan 190 Friesen. Cleta 379 Frith, Mike 346 Fritts, Clifford 181, 182 Fritz, Everett 351 Frost, Debbie 326, 336 Frownfelter, Stanley 202, 350 Fruth, Tina 370 Fry, Pamela 182, 353 Fujisaki, Mark 350 Fulksm, Lynda 370 Fuller, Carol 370 Fuller, Norma 353 Funke, Ellen 353 Fursman. Sheila 379 Furuyama, Ricky 284 Fyler, Janet 338 G abel, Patricia 353 Gademann, Bernhard 287, 286 Gale, Constance 181, 182, 189, 190, 370 Gale, Gary 181, 182, 188, 189, 190 Gambino, August 202 Gamble, Steve 202 Gamblian, Debra 340 Gander, Robert 379 Gard, Barbara 353 Gardner, James 188 Garner, Linda 370 Garretson, Kelly 363 Garretson, Patrick 379 Garrett, Ginny 289, 294, 324, 336 Garrett, Gordon 379 Garrett Peggy 353 Garton,' Philip 181, 182, 189, 190 Gasche, Cynthia 282, 379 Gassert, Norma 353 Roger 202 Fisher, Fisher, Fisher, Fisher, Fisher Fish, Fredna 363 Fish, Margaret 286, 378 Dennis 181, 182. 190, 378 Janet 181, 378 Lawrence 353 Richard 370 Terry 379 Fitch, Deborah 342 Fitzmaurice, Adrian 379 Fitzwater, Donna 198, 370 Fixsen, Pamela 379 Flack, F12.l'12.l' Virginia 363 y, Guy 370 Fl-annigan 195 Fleek, William 370 Fleming, Martin 370 Flentie, Larry 379 Flentie, Perry 347 Flentje, Deborah 353 Flickinger. Judith 353 Flory, Fluke, Michael 370 Nancy 353 Flummerfelt, Danny 290, 291, 295 Gatewood, David 379 Gatlin, Johnny 288 Gaul, Katherine 353 V Geist, Marvin Paul 188. 343 Gentry, Sharon 286 George, John 379 Gerdel, Sherrilyn 177 Gerhardt, Betty 353 Gerlach, Charlote 353 German, Wallace 182, 353 Germerot-h, Dale 171 Geske, Terri 353 Chazimoran, Minoo 363 Gibson, David 370 Gibson. -Trudy 339 Gier, Randel 353 Giesel, James 347 Gifford, Jeanne 342 Giegy, Darla 289, 295, 324, 336 Gilbert, Janis 262, 265, 370 Gilbert. Richard 353 Gill, William 379 Gillette, Carol 370 Gilligan, James 379 Gillman, Peggy 286 Gilson, Dixie 379 Gingerich, Pamela 363 Gleue, Larry 295 Glogau, Emily 342 Glover, Joyce 379 Goedert, Nicke 363 Goines, Bendette 353 Goldman, Linda 386 Gomez, Patricia 363 Gonterwitz, Juli-e 353 Gonterwitz, Michael 379 Gonzalez, Ana 286 Good, James 196, 379 Good, Josephine 363 Good, Robert 379 Goodin, Clarence 198 Goodrick, Stephen 150, 353 Goodson, Neal 190 Goodwin, Gregory 350 Goodwin, Joseph 198 Goodwin, Mary 342 Gorden, Debra 171 Gordon, Dan 351 Gordon, Jeannine 286, 379 Goss, Loren 188 Gottes, Paula 195, 253, 336 Gotthardt, Marcia 363 Gottschalk, Ila 353 Gough, Mary 284 Gough, Verna 379 Gourley, Linda 379 Gragg, Kathy 363 Graham, Cynthia 256, 265, 363 Graham, Gay 337 Grandin, Margaret 266, 339 Graner, Dean 370 Grant, Peggy 370 Grauberger, Leslie 353 Graves, Kevin 198, 370 Gray, Debra 379 Gray, Donald 202 Gray, Janet 342 Gray, Kathryn 353 Gray, Sharon 342 Haggerty, Rose 354 Hague, Roxanne 185, 337 Hahn, Leonard 202 Hajek, Mary 363 Hale, Beverly 379 Hall, Carol 34, 366, 367 Hallenbeck, David 379 Haltom, Rita 370 Halverson, Junko 282, 286, 287, 354 Hamill, Linda 370 Hamilton, Denise 289, 295, 337 Hamilton, Vada 260, 354 Hamm, Kenneth 354 Hamm, Linda 363 Hammerschmidt, Mary 379 Hammett, Joyce 354 Hammond, Janet 379 Hammons, Gay 181, 182, 189 Hampton, Ann 286, 370 Hand, Gary 379 Hanifan, Thomas 283 Hanis, Mary Jean 185, 330, 340 Hanlon, Joanne 337 Hanna, Petrina 354 Hannah, Cheryl 266, 340, 363 Hanson, Carl 236 Hanson, Daniel 198 Hanson, Donita 336 Harder, Gloria 363 Harder, Russell 379 Hardwick, Deborah 286 Harlan, Mervin 210 Harlan, Nancy 182 Harmon, Timothy 188 Harper, Paula 340 354, Harrell, Jocelyn 354 Harris, Dale 363 Harris, Kathryn 354 Harris, Mildred 370 Harris, Susan 175 Harrison, Edgar 370 Harrison, Georgette 370 Harrison, Keith 182 Hart, Polly 379 Hartm.ann, Christine 252, 336 Green, Ann 370 Green, Deanna 353 Green Gail 353 Green Jadene 342 Green Nancy 266 370 Greene, Deborah A. 370 Greene, Deborah M. 340 Greene, Moses 386 Greene, Pamela 353 Greenlee, Pamla 354 Greenwood, Vicki 354 Gress, John 370 Gress, Robert 280, 354 Gress, William 171, 379 Griego, Romona 379 Grie1', Donald 379 Griffeth, Peggy 182, 354 Griffin, Beth 336 Griffin, Julia 336 Griffith, Dorma 198 Grimm, Janet 354 Grimm, Shirley 379 Grindal., David 363 Groening, Sheryl 182, 379 Grogan, Janice 340 Gronquist, David 347 Grose ,Thomas 196, 379 Gross, Edward 379 Grosse, Stephen 379 Grote, Roxy 386 Gruber, Trudy 379 Guerrart, Marsha 146, 363 Guier, Janet 196, 379 Gunn, Martha 340 Gurse, James 379 Gurse, Terry 379 Gushiken, Thomas 225, 284 Gustad, Ann 354 Gustafson, Rebecca 342 Gustafson, Robert 354 Guth, David 280, 379 Gllth, Larry 379 Gutierrez, Francisco, 283, 286 Haake, Susan 379 Haber, Nancy 66 Habiger, Diane 379 Hada, Jacqueleen 284 Haddon, Judith 363 Hadorn, Vicki 354 Haffener, Steven 160 Hager, Jean 336 Hartwich, Cindy 363 Hassenplug, Michael 370 Hastings, Carol 185, 236, 337 Hastings, Dale'354 Hastings, Madelyn 265, 337 Hastings, Paul 363 Hatiield, Richard 304 Hauser, Larry 347 Hawkins, Connie 146, 337 Hawkins, Patricia 168 Hawkins, Stephen 370 Hawthorne, Nada 328, 339 Hay, David 370 Hay, Janice 363 Hayden, Carol 340 Hayes, Edward 379 Hayes, Lavonta 379 Hayes, Marcia 354 Hayse, Sonia 286, 379 Heaney, Constance 284 Heberling, Ronald 150 Heckert, Carol 354 Hedrick, Frances 260, 370 Hefley, Michael 379 Hefty, Rita 370 Hegarty, Robert 379 Heineken, Roger 379 Heinen, David 354 Heintzelman, Terrence 140 Heinze, Elaine 190 Heitman, Warren 370 Heitschmidt, Susan 337 Heldt, Kathryn 379 Hellmer, Susan 182 Helm, Martin 343 Helm, Patricia 198, 363 Hemphill, Jane 354 Hendley, Marilyn 354 Hendrix, Rebecca 342 Henninger, Karen 379 Henry, Cheryl 363 Henry, Helen 354 Henry, Rosemary 363 Henthorne, Cynthia 339 Henton, Janice 379 Herbel, Gwydotta 342 Herbert, Carleen 370 Herbert, Lawrence 379 Herrington, Kathryn 380 Herron, Diane 380 Hershberger, Jill 340, 363 Hess, Alan 380 Hess, Dee 354 Hess, Linda 370 Hess, Roger 380 Hess, Sherlyn 363 Hester, Larry 253 Hetlinger, Karl 202 Hettler, Cathy 380 Hewthorne, Michael 347 I-Ieyl, Thomas 363 Hiatt, Diana 354 Hiebert, Edward 363 Higginbothan, St-even 354 Higgins, Barbara 330, 340 Higgins, Jerry 192 Higgins, Martha 340 Highberger, Mary 286 Higley, Linda 171, 294, 380 Hild, Elizabeth 336 Hildman, Carol 363 Hill, Barbara 342 Hill, Janis 146, 334, 342 Hillner, Patricia 380 Hilt, Ruby 363 Himpel, Martha 380 Hindman, Leslie 370 Hines, Gary 168 Hines, Nancy 380 Hinkles, Judith 139, 380 Hinrichs, Deborah 363 Hixson. Rebecca 370 Hoagland, Nancy 336 Hobbs, Ruth 354 Hobson, Mary 370 Hodges, Robert 355 Hoel, Barbara 355 Hoel, Linda 196, 380 Hoelting, Joyce 380 Hoffman, Lois 370 Hohl, Arlene 175, 380 Hohman, Jackie 380 Hakanson, Richard 370 Holcomb, Fred 218 Holdeman, David 192 Holek, Jerome 380 Holle, Rita 355 Holler, Carolyn 355 Holliday, Alvertis 380 Hollis, Jennifer 363 Holloway, Candace 340 Holloway, Deborah 355 Holloway. Karolyn 185, 252, 339 Holmes, Lola 198 Holper, William 355 Holst, James 350 Holwick, Barbara 171 Holwick, Marilyn 355 Honeycutt, Elizabeth 294, 340 Honsky, Theresa 192, 370 Honza, David 140, 346 Hood, Michael 347 Hook, Diana 370 Hooizes, Regina 355 Hop ins, Cynthia 380 Hopkins, Daniel 347 Hopkins, Marilyn 139 Hopper, Martha 380 Hopper, William 251, 351 Hopson, William 351 Horn, Tom 363 Hornung, Linda 336 Horry, Paula 337 Hoskins, Christine 370 Hoskins, Marilyn 355 Hottman, Mike 140, 142 Houck, Janet 380 Houghton, Penelope 337 House, Gregory 283 Housh, Gary 380 Howard, Wayne 170, 171, 380 Howard, Connie 371 Howard, Dennis 288, 380 Howard, Kathryn 159, 339 Howard, Wayne 380 Hoyt, Betty 371 Hubbard, Linda 266, 363 Hudson, Pamala 266 Huff, Toni 371 Hug, Markley 350 Hugg, Joanna 355 Hughes, Cary 355 Hughes, Charles 251, 363 Hughes, Steven 380 Hughes, Victoria 340 Hugunin, Richard 182 Humbarger, Gary 283 Humbarger, Glenn 283, 363 Humbarger, Marsha 355 Humphrey, Mary 339 Humphreys, Dale 380 Hundley, John 171, 253 Hunt, Debra 363 Hunt, Mickey 342 Hurst, Rebecca 175 Huseman, Kathy 355 Huslig, Laura 289 Huss, Christa 265, 339 Huss, David 181, 182, 363 Huston, Randall- 171, 371 Hutter, Merry 380 Huyen, Lien Huong 286 Huyett, Patricia 198 Hyde, Kathleen 181, 355 Hylton, Laura 355 Hysom, Debra 187, 363 lhara, Sharlyne 284, 371 Imhoff, Rozanna 171, 187 Ingels, Pamela 171, 380 Ingold, Linda 380 Intelmann, Helen 380 Irwin, Cynthia 336 Isaac, David 350 Isaacson, Preston 288, 380 Iseli, Nancy 181, 182, 189, 363 Isenberg, Deborah 380 J ackson, Janice 380 Inihoff, Deora 355 Jackson, Kathryn 363 Jackson, Marcia 380 Jackson, Robert 343 Jackson, Roy 196 Jacobs, Kim 117, 343 Jacobus, Peter 181, 182 Jahnke, Sharilyn 159 James, David 380 James, Louise 339 James, Richard 350 James, Victoria 185, 187, 363 Jamison, Alberta 182, 189, 371 Janesko, Robert 202 Jordan, Connie 262, 363 Jordan, Debra 342 Jordan, Linda 363 Josserand, Cynthia 355 Jost, Julia 371 Joyce, Angela 380 Juhl, Nancy 380 Juneau, Ramona 353 Kaberline, Cynthia 355 Kabriel, Charlene 371 Kaeding, Robert 380 Kain, Julianne 343 Kaiser, Charleen 355 Kaiitani, Bert 283 Kalb, William 380 Kal-e, Elaine 380 Kanel, Marcia 363 Karnaze, George 380 Kasper, Kathleen 371 Katzer, Dennis 380 Kaufman, Priscilla 343 Kawai, Vaughn 284 Kawamoto, Faye 380 Kawecki, George 380 Kearney, Mary 380 Keating, Patrick 371 Keefover, Richard 150, 151, 3 Keelin, Thorald 350 Keim, Barry 355 Keith, James 355 Kelly, Karen 371 Kelsey, Betty 284 Kelsey, Sherman 355 Kemp, Martha 181, 182, 185, 340, 364 Kempker, Janet 336 Kendall, Pamela 236, 371 Kennedy, Michael 288 Kennedy, William 380 Kenny, Karry 355 Kenton, Jan 283, 364 Kephart, Kelly 364 Kepple, Janet 355 Kerbs, Stanley 347 Kerby, Albert 181, 182 Janke, Betsy 355 Janke, Carol 282, 371 Janzen, Lonnie 284 Jarrett, Joan 262, 371 Kern, Alan 355 Kern, James 380 Kerr, Alice 340 Kerr, Jean 355 Jeannin, James 380 Jeffery, George 380 Jeffery, Kurt 346 Jeffries, Debbie 146, 336 Jenkins, John 229, 346 Jenkins, Linda 380 Jennings, Jean 380 Jewell, Denice 34, 198, 366, 367 Jimeson, Samuel 170, 294, 380 Jirak, Leonard 202 Jobe, Carolyn 380 Jobe, James 380 Johnson Barbara 380 Johnson Carol 355 Johnson Claudia 371 Johnson, Diana 340 Johnson Elaine 371 Johnson Jan 339 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Jon 347 I Judeen 355 Kenneth 188, 286, 355 LaD0nna 371 Johnson Linda 380 Johnson Linda Lee 342, 380 Johnson, Linda T. 340 Johnson Pamela 159, 185, 251, 339 Johnson Patricia 371 Johnson, Paula 367 Johnson ,Sherri 371 Johnson William 218 Johnston, Judith 355 Jolley, Paul 181, 182 Jones, Alexis 380 Jones, Deborah 371 Jones, Donna 355 Jones, Eileen 340 Jones, Gerald 380 Jones, John 347 Jones, Katney 355 Jones, Lloyd 380 Jones, Martin 188 Jones Martin William 1 363 Jones, Marvin 286, 380 Jones, Peggy 260, 264 Jones, Teresa 380 Jones 'I'imothy 182 J ordan, Becky 342 Kessler, Charles 251, 253, 346 Kessler, James 380 Kester, Richard 182, 188 Key, Patsy 336 Khan, Saleem, 286, 381 Kimball, Daniel 364 Kimple, Barbara 364 King, Debra 355 King, Linda 381 King, Patricia 355 King, Robert 171, 381 King, Susan 355 Kinkaid, Raymond 202 Kinsley, Janice 364 Kinsler, Leslie 171, 371 Kirby, Jeanette, 381 Kirkendoll, Jackson 381 Kirkpatrick. Jolinda 364 Kiriwood, Jill 336 Kittle, Eidene 286, 355 Kjerstad, Glenn 288 Klasinske, Mary 355 Klass-en, Dallas 381 Klassen, Sharon 326, 336 . Klieforth, Gail 381 Kline, Janine 371 Klose, Janel 355 Klotz, Verla 340 Knapp, Bruce 347 Kniesteadt, Kristyn 381 Knight., Marcia 381 Knott, Kristen 338 Knott, Thomas 218 Knox, Stephen 371 Knuckles, Donna 355 Knudsen, Juanita 371 Koch, Carolyn 381 Koch, Karen 364 Koch, Ronald 381 Kodack, Mark 371 Koehn, Glynda 355 Koehn, P-eggy 340 Koepsel, Richard 355 Koester, Duane 381 Kohart, Therese 364 Kohler, Glenda 364 Kolb, Carol 175, 355 80 1 Kolb, Marita 371 Kopp, David 305 Kopp, Sandra 181, 182, 286, 364 Korbe, Judy 364 Korff, Kathy 355 Korsgaard, Kerri 198 Korte, Frank 371 Korte, Nancy 355 Kotsch, Katherine 175 Koutelas, Mary 355 Kowalsky, Thomas 170, 171 Kracht, Deborah 334, 343 Kramer, Patricia 175, 355 Krause, Dennis 364 Krause, Leota 305 Kreider, Constance 364 Krestine, Lawrence 381 Kretchmar, Robert 347 Kretsinger, John 381 Kristufek, Kay 146, 371 Kroeker, Sally 381 Kroeschen, Mark 288 Krug, Kay 87, 355 Kruse, Marcia 364 Kudaka. Hideko 381 Kuhn, Mark 295 Kuhn, Michael 150 Kuhn. Terilynn 355 Kukuk, Barbara 181, 182, 189, 364 Kukuk, Diana 170, 364 Kurtenbach, Carolyn 342 Kurtz, Janet 355 Kurz, Terence 160 Kussman, Mary 381 Kutina, Thomas 181 Kuykendall, Nina 282, 355 Kvagriigcka, Lonnie 140, 141, 290, 291 L acerte, Catherine 355 Lacombe, Joan 355 Lacounte, Thomas 381 Laing, Thomas 252 Lair, Janice 355 Laird, Richard 355 Lais, Rita 355 Lake, Connie 371 Lambert, Rosalea 168 Lamborn, Mary 139, 252, 294, Lamer, 'Debra 364 Lamons, Vicki 139, 371 Lamoureux, Ronna 343 Lampkin, Shel-lee 355 Lancaster, Catherine 355 Lancaster, John 140 381 Land, Mary 364 Land, Michael 355 Land, Richard 381 Lang , Mary 355 Lane, Nancy 364 Lane, Susan 381 Langenegger, Gregory 381 Langley, James 343 Langley, Madeline 355 Langston, Lloyd 288 Lansrud, Linda 381 Lapine, Dennis 364 Lapsley, John 364 Lapsley, William 288, 364 Lardie, Janis 364 Larson, Dale 371 Larson, Karen 364 Larson, Kevin 364 Larson, Roger 371 Larson Sharon 371 Larson, Stephen 381 Lassetter, Stephanie 381 Laster, Michael 356 Lathan, James 181, 182, 188, 190 Latimer, Kenneth 288, 381 Lauber, Betty 371 Laughlin, Bruce 202 Laughlin, Marjorie 364 Lawler, Carol 381 Lawson, Gary 181, 182, 188, 364 Lawson, Patricia 187, 356 Lawton, Leslie 336 Leap, Joyce 371 Leatherwood, Denise 356 Lebbin, Trisha 364 Lee, Nannett- 356 Lee, Stephen 381 Lee, Steven 381 Lefever, Gayle 168 Legler, Andrea 364 Lehnherr, Pamela 343 Lehning, Michael 381 Leigh, Brenda 371 Leitnaker, Gary 350 Leman, Shari 356 Lemke, Linda 266, 364 Lendo, Donna 364 Leni, Hugh 371 Lesco, Norma 340 Leslie, Rhonda 364 Lettau, Randall 218 Lewallen, Sally 381 Lewis, Cathy 364 Lewis, Theresa 364 Lewis, Wendell 288 Lewis, Wynn 364 Lickteig, Nancy 364 Lietzan, Leslie 356 Mallon, John 364 Manandhar, Krishna 286 Manley, Lou Ann 328, 339 Mann, David 346 Manning, Michael 251, 253, 295 Mantooth, Gerald 371 Manyam, Boonruang 286 Manz, Ed 150 Mar, Jeannie 381 Markham, Judith 381 Marlow, Denver 347 Marreska, Chip 198 Marriott, Carolyn 343 Marriott, Charles 350 Marrs, Garalee 364 Marshall, Valeta 356 Marsteller, Virginia 356 Liggett. Carolyn 338 Light, Linda 356 Lillig, Susan 343 Lindsay, Patrick 356 Link, Dean 371 Lind, Mary 381 Linn, Diana 371 Linn, Linda 356 Martin Charlotte 266, 304, 364 G.ale 195, 251, 253, 290, 291, Martin David 346, 381 Martin Frank 346 Martin 295 Martin, Lawrence 381 Mason, Lisa 356 Mason, Lynda 356 Linville, Bradley 182, 280, 305, 364 Linville, Victoria 364 Lipp, Jeffrey 160, 381 Litsis, Penelope 381 Littell, Daniel 381 Livergood, Robert. 371 Loader. Larry 356 Lobb, Samuel 356 Lockett, James 181, 182, 188, 190 Lockhart, Connie 262, 356 Logan, Janet 371 Logan, Landace 356 Logan, Leslie 159, 371 Logan, Meigs 356 Lohmeyer, James 381 Lohmeyer, John 202 Lolar, Carrie 332 Lonard, Jerry 160, 381 Lonard, Tom 160 Long, Joan 356 Long, Kath1'yn 339 Long, Vicki 356 Lopez, Gregory 371 Lopez, John 364 Lopman, Joseph 381 Lord, Cynthia 343 Lorenzo, Albert 181, 182 Lorson, Rita 381 Lott, D-eann 252, 266, 339 Lott, Kristin 364 Love, Sherry 339 Lovelace, Wayne 198 Lovett, Christopher 386 Lovett-, Jerry 260, 356 Lowe, Deborah 364 Lowrance, Gary 192 Lowry, Karl 364 Lozier, Sheila 342 Lallen, Thelma 364 Lucas, James 225 Lucas, Pamela 334, 343 Ludwig, Glenda 356 Ludwig, Mark 364 Luebbers, Michael 192, 371 Luedtke, Mark 202 Lueers, Marsha 356 Luhn, David 182 Lujano, Alice 364 Lumpkins, Alan 202 Lunsford, Pamela 371 Lutz, Charles 171 Lybarger, Betty 338 Lybarger, Edith 371 Lynch, Helen 286. 356 Lynn, Vernon 202 Lynn, William 381 Lyons, Shellev 343 Lysaught, Valerie 175 Mackiewicz, Paul 356 Madl, Duayne 346 Maduros, Anastatics 286, 381 Maduros, John 283 Maestas, Richard 218 Magers, Oneita 356 Maisch, Lyman 288 Malcom, Kathryn 371 Mall, Arnold 202 Mall, Susan 339 Mallam, Ronald 381 Mallein, Teresa 340 Mallon, James 202 Massoth, Su-e 336 Massoth, William 381 Mathes, Cary 279 Mathis, David 356 Mathis, Michael 181, 182, 346 Matsushita, Susan 284, 356 Matteson, Gary 188 Matthews, Loren 181, 182, 188 Matthews, Warren 189 Mattix, Linda 381 Mattox, Sharon 171, 356 Matz, Carol 356 Matz, Ray 350 Matz, Ricky 350 Mawhirter, Marsha 372 MacAdam, Michaelle 372 McAdam, Nancy 372 McAdoo, Kristie 146, 372 McAfee, George 381 McAllaster, Joyce 356 McAllister, Ellen 356 McAnaw, Paul 364 McBoyle, Marilee 181, 182, 187, 356 McCain, Lee 356 McCamman, Sharon 381 McCarthy, Barbara 356 McCarthy, Karen' 266, 364 McCauley, Glenda 340 McClain, Deborah 372 McClain, Vickie 364 McClanahan, Lisa 342 McClelland, Tampa 356 McClenny, Patricia 338 McClure, Cheryl 338 McClure, Clair 356 McClure, Steven 364 McConnell, Mary 381 McCormick, Dana 182 McCoy, Daniel 182 McCoy, Donna 338 McCoy, Elizabeth 171, 381 McCoy, James 202 McCray, Thomas 372 McCreary, Stephanie 343 McDaniel, Donald 181, 182, 189, 190, 381 McDaniel, Karen 198 McDaniels, Toloria 356 McDill, Robert 182, 364 McDonald, Larry 283 McDowell, Robert 181, 182 McEldowney, Brian 225 McEwen. Susan 381 McGill, Toni 338 McGinnis, Krista 356 McGinnis, Linda 372 McGlinn, Jeffrey 350 McGovern, Paulette 364 McGregor, Larry 283, 347 McGrew, Charlene 356 McGuire, Mary 339 McGuire, Molly 364 McKemy, Nancy 338 McLaughlin, Beverly 336 McLeod, Marjorie 333, 342 McLinden, Anna 175 McLinden, James 170, 171, 381 McMannis, Elma 381 McMillan, Marcia 365 McMillen, Stephen 356 McMullen, Marcia 181, 182, 356 McMurray, James 171, 182, 372 McNeeley, Marsha 381 McNown, Larry 343 McPherson, Gilbert 188 McQuirk, Marylen 343 McRae, John 225 McVaugh, Jackie 181, 182 McVay, Larry 350 Meade, Frank 283 Meagher, Rosemary 181, 182, 189, 365 Mealman, Ronald 347 Meats, Arlin 381 . Meats, Wanda 198, 381 Medina, Stephanie 337 Medley, Brenda 356 Meirowsky, Rita 381 Melander, Roxy 356 Melson, Sheryl 342 Melton, Andra 356 Melton, Joan 343 Melvin, Fred 351 Mensch, Connie 372 Mentzer, Dianna 356 Mentzer, Jerry 381 Merrifield, John 151 Merrill, Mary 87, 339 Merrill, Virginia 139, 381 Merriman, Joy 181, 182 Merriman, Nancey 382 Merriman, Raymond 382 Meserve, Phillip 143, 346 Messick, Dennis 160 Metz, Corky 256 Metz, Victor 283 Meyer, Debra 365 Meyer, Andrew 347 Mich.ael, Sherry 175, 185, 342 Michal, Larry 372 Middendorf, Linda 382 Middendorf, Linda L. 139 Mikesic. Robert 288 Milan, Robert 202 Miles, Karleen 338 Miller, Alan 365 Miller, Billy 356 Miller, Cheryl 372 Miller, David 346 Miller, Georgetta 381 Miller, Janet 365 Miller, Karen 382 Miller, Kathleen 365 Miller, Linda 170, 171, 365 Miller, Marc 365 Miller, Marilyn 382 Miller, Mary 328. 339 Miller, Michael 225, 350 Miller, Monica 256 Miller, Nancy 382 Miller, Nancy Jane 342 Miller, Nancy 356 Miller, Nita 365 Miller, Patricia 365 Miller, Patricia O. 382 Miller, Rex 150 Miller, Ronald 150, 151 Miller, Shirley 286, 295 Miller, Stanley 280, 372 Miller, Stephanie 356 Miller, Timothy 202 Miller, Vicki 382 Miltz, Keith 350 Minakami, Akemi 372 Minnis, Judy 356 Minnis, Monica 286 Minson, Gary 229, 346 Miser, George 365 - Mitchell, Arnold 382 Mitchell, David 198 Mitchell, Duane 382 Mitchell, Gregory 346 Mitchell, James 202 Mitchell, Kathy 365 Mitchell, Patricia 365 Mitchell, Paula 372 Mitchell, Sharon 365 Mix, Dessie 382 Mize, Daniel 181 Moberly, Gloria 343 Moddrell, Ray 382 Modeland, Gloria 334, 343 Modjesky, Edith 365 Moege, Gary 181, 182, 190 Mohney, Susan 190, 382 Mohr, Rodney 343 Montgomery, Joyce 324, 337 Montgomery. Steven 351 Moody, Archie 382 Moon, Catherine 339 Moore, Anna 337 Moore, Carol 382 Moore, Norma 356 Moore, Randy 356 Moore, Steven 356 Moppin, Deborah 365 Moran, Alberto 286 Morey, Karen 356 Morgan, Alice 340, 382 Morris, Chester 372 Morris, Kathleen 356 Morris, Larry 188 Morris, Lyndal 382 Morris, Terry 252, 278 Morrissey, Ann 266 Morrow, Cindy 187, 382 Mosby, Fannie 168 Moser, Quentin 357 Mosses, Howard 252 Mosher, Craig 357 Mosher, John 365 Mosier, Linda 365 Moss, Pamela 266, 365 Moss, Virginia 339 Norwood, Vicki 382 Novak, Rebecca 357 Novotny, Kay 372 Noyes, James 182 Noyes, Joan 365 Nu ty, Michael 372 Nunemakee, Mary 365 Nutter, Steven 195, 347 oaks, Sue 372 Obrien, Mary 175, 187, 286, 287, 372 Obara, Tamara 372 Ohlman, Eugene 382 Ohmes, Gerald 170, 171, 294, 382 Oholendt, Jack 202 Olatayo, Alfred 286 Olatayo, Janet 286 Olivares, Alberto 286 Olson, Connie 357 Olson, Victoria 357 Omalley, Michael 181, 182, 357 Omalley, Richard 350 Oman, Brent 372 Peterson, Gregg 382 Peterson, Nickie 339 Peterson, Patricia 266, 365 Peterson, Sharon 339 Petitjean, Paniel, 188, 347 Petruzzelli, Vicki 382 Petty, Judith 372 Petz, Carol n 372 Pew, Beverly 181, 182, 189 Pfannenstiel, Marilyn 373 Phrlam, Margaret- 382 Phelan, Richard 382 Phelps, Cathy 365 Phillips, Dalene 336 Phillips, Yoneko 382 Pickel, Susan 251, 339 Pickett, Linda 181, 182 Picolet, Patti 373 Pientka, Joseph 357 Pierce, Marshall 198 Pierce, Richard 218 Piesker, Terry 202 Pike, Barbara 357 Pine, Carol 365 Mount, Marguerite 338 Mouse, Marcy 338 Mouse, Merryl 338 Moyer, Jolene 365 Mueller, Glenn 382 Mueller, Rodney 365 Mueseler, Ruth 168 Mulcahey, Ramona 357 Mullin, Diana 190, 382 Mullins, William 171 Mulumba, John 286 Mulvenon, John 347 Mulvenon, Mary 340 Organ, Diane 340 Orndorff, Patricia 372 Orner, Cynthia 357 Orr, Susan 372 Orton, Janice 365 Orton, Thomas 150, 304, 382 Orwick, Paul 117, 347 Osborn, William 357 Ott, Elmer 150 Otte, Eileen, 330, 340 Overfield,'Cecelia 357 Owens, Kenneth 382 Piper, James 202 Plank, Marsha 365 Plank, Richard 382 Plinsky. Ronald 283 Plum, Euta 159 Plunkett, Michael 225 Pock, Diana 382 Pocock, Carmen 357 Podler, Linda 351 Podrazik, Mary 305, 373 Poehler, Ann 258 Poeriner, Harold 383 Pashman, John 382 Murphy, Dean 350 Murphy Murphy , Diane 382 , Donna 372 Murphy, Peggy 198 Murphy, Rita 198, 339 Murphy, Susan 372 Murphy, William 357 Murray, Carol 185, 343 Murray, Kenneth 382 Muruli, Bartholomew 286 Musgrave, Jane 258 Musick, Marcia 382 Mustard, Dayla 357 Myers, Dennis 350 Myers, Janet 265, 357 Myers, Kathleen 196, 365 Myers, Linda 382 Myers, Michael 357 Myers Richard 382 Myers, Thomas 372 Owens, Patricia 382 P age, Albert 357 Painter, Deanna 73, 182, 357 Painter, Janet 170, 251, Palmer, Deborah 360 Palmer, Ovie 382 Paper, Jerrery 182 Park, Lois 382 Parker, Bruce 188, 280 Parker, Mary 365 Parker, Richard 382 Parkhurst, Pamela 372 Parks, Barbara 340 Parks, Parcy 346 Parsons, Jann 185, 339 372, 294 Parsons, Katherine 187, 382 Pascual, Eduardo 286, 357 Polson, Mary 373 Polson, Ouida 383 Pomeroy, Duane 280, 357 Pomeroy, Janella 365 Ponder, David 347 Pool, Dan 383 Podler, Susan 373 Poovey, Debra 357 Pope, Connie 357 Pope, Judith 357 Pope, Sharon 383 Porter, Lisa 373 Porter. Richard 175, 286 Poss, Donna 365 Pottorff, Cheryl 365 Pounds, Lyle 383 Powell, David 365 Powell, Harrell 198, 373 Powell, Janice 373 Powell, Judy 373 Nagahiro, Susan 284, 382 Nall, Nancy 365 Nance, Larry 365 Nannings, Helen 365 Nantz, Gary 294 Nantz, Lynnea 339 Naylor, Patricia 365 Neal, Cheryl 382 Nee, Dennis 210, 222 Neff, Leslie 151 Negga, Yitateku 286 Neidig, Jacqueline 357 Neill, Sally 339 Patel, Bipin 286 Patry, Donald 382 Patry, Douglas 382 Powell, Pamela 373 Powers, Brian 351 Powers, William 351 Pracht, Ronald 347 Patterson, Connie 382 Patterson, Craig 357 Patterson Darrell 210, 222 Patterson, DeeAnn 365 Patterson, Floyd 372 Patterson Jennifer 372 Pratt, Dennis 280, 383 Pratt, John 181, 182, 188 189 190 Pratt, Rosemary 373 Preston, Wanda 383 Price, Basil 357 Patton, Chad 210. 357 Patton, Jerrie 252 Patton, Larry 198, 382 Patton, Vicki 198, 382 Paul, Lewis 357 Price, Helen 340 Price, Kathleen 146 Price, Sally 357 Prickett, Steven 351 Priddy, Kenneth 182 Prieb, Judy 196, 383 Nordin, Nelson, Kathryn 357 Nelson, Nelson, Ne1S0n, Nelson, Nesbitt, Mary 365 Michael 188 Philip 372 Steve 382 Diana 382 Newman, Cheryl 365 Newton 'Ileres 38 , a 3 Newton, William 382 Nguyen, Sll0Ilg 286 Nichols, Mary 286 Nicks. Celicia 256, 283, 372 Nickell, Bonnie Jean 357 Nickl, Cheryl 372 Nicklas, Helen 382 Niehus, Dale 218, 219, 350 Nightingale, Carolyn 382 Nitzsche, Bonnie 181, 182 Nolan, John 175 Noland, Carlee 159, 382 Noll, Edward 347 Barbara 365 Pauzauskie, William 365 Paver, Rita 266, 365 Payne, Patricia 365 Payton, Marcia 357 Peals, Arthur 202. 365 Pearce, James 365 Pearm n L ne 357 a , yn Pease, Lawrence 140, 141 Pease, Stanley 188 Peat, Barbara 187, 372 Peck, Michael 284, 372 Peddicord, Lana 382 Peddicord, Sheryl 365 Pedersen, Steven 347 Pemberton, Nancy 382 Pence, Nanci 357 Penner, Deb ie 357 Penny, Vurl 372 Peoples. Carl 372 Pepperdine, Marsha 343 Perkins, Sharon 357 Perrin, Douglas 283 Perrin, Ronald 283 Prier, Pamela 357 Priest, Glenda 139, 253, 339 Priest, Tim 351 Princi, Anthony 195 Probst, Marilyn 175, 286 Proffitt, Roger 346 Prohaska, Richard 343 Prose, Pat-ricia 373 Protheroe, Ellen 373 Pruitt, William 195 Puckett, James 365 Fuentes, Luis 286 Pullmann, Frederick 383 Purdy, Stanley 365 Purinton, John 341 Purinton, Patricia 357 Quilty, Michael 365 Quinlan, Casey 346 Quinlan, Joyce 357 Quinlan, Rita 373 Norman, Deanna 382 Norris, Susan 181, 182 North, Michael 199 Norton, Melba 357 Perry, John 382 Peters, Michael 288 Peters, Becke 343 Peterson, Brenda 185, 295, 328, 339 Quirart-e. Edward 343 Quirin, Lloyd 357 Quiring, Carol 383 Quirk, Martha 373 R aburn, Michael 357 Rader, Leslie 373 Radford, Patricia 175, 357 Radwanski, Vioal 383 Raitinger, Lawrence 150, 365 Ralston, Ryan 202 Ramsey, Bruce 383 Ramsey, Jami 357 Ramsey, Kim 182 Randel, Margaret 383 Rank, Ellen 373 Rankin, Lou 252, 337 Ransom, Deborah 143 Ransom, Patricia 196 Ranz, Stephen 346 Rasmussen, Vickie 357 Ratcliff, Judy 357 Rathert, Edward 182 Rathke, Kathy 338, 339 Ratz, Thomas 383 Rawles, Roger 373 Rawlings, Gary 202, 383 Ray, Danny 182 Raymer, Steven 181, 182, 280 Razook, Cathy 339 Razook, Nancy 185, 339 Reames, Russell 198, 357 Reaves, Paul 357 Rector, David 383 Redden, Paula 373 Redding, Larry 347 Redeker, Kathryn 187, 365 Redger, Judith 357 Reed, Candela 383 Reed, David 346 Reed, Kendall 218 Reed, Philip 150, 383 Reed, Raymond 182 Reed, Sherlyn 357 Reeder, Darryl 283 Reetz, Debra 357 Reeves, Joan 337 Reeves, Mary 258 Regan, Richard 383 Regier, Arlen 151 Regier, Karen 383 Regier, Wanda 159, 289, 295, Reid, Kathleen 357 Reimer, Sara 357 Reinecker, Nancy 336, 383 Reiswig, Larry 229 Reitz, Warren 350 Remund, Jan 338 Renner, Sheila 357 Reno, Ronald 168 Repuyan, Evelyn 343 Requa, Margaret 343, 357 Rexroad, Sherry 365 Reynolds, Bruce 347 Reynolds, Grant 283 Rhoades, Beth 357 Rhoads, Jon 280 Rhodes, Patsy 170, 383 Rice, Jolene 338 Rice, Stephen 73 Richard, Judith 365 Richards, Joyce 366 Richards, Mary 383 Richardson, Cherry 337 Richardson, David 150 328, 339 Richardson, Rosanne 282, 286, 357 Richardson, Wilma 339 Richter, Dennis 252, 366 Richter, Marc 283, 383 Ricketts, Patricia 357 Rico, Gloria 366 Ridenour, Susan 373 Rieke, Barb 337 Rieland, Louise 187 Riggs, Charles 366 Ring, Richard 280, 357 Ringey, Donna 366 Ringler, Carol 373 Ripley, Arthur 284, 346 Risley, Gaylord 383 Risley, Martha 139 Risley, Pat 383 Rittgers, Jerry 280, 383 Roach, Larry 357 Roath, Joyce 340 Roberson, Mark 346 Roberts, Bruce 346 Roberts, Billy 357 Roberts, Juanita 340, 383 Roberts, Melody 357 Roberts, Vickie 282, 373 Robinson Daryl 383 Robinsoni Janet aaa Robinson Robinson Robinson , Laura 373 Philip 383 Q scott 253, 294 Rocha, Connie 181, 182, 190 Rockers, Rodgers, Rodgers, Frank 358 Glenn 181, 182 Ralph 150, 383 Schmidt, Maurice 290, 291, 358 Schneider, Debra 339 Schneider, Linda 182 Schneider, Mark 210 Schnoke, Penny 383 Schoenfelder, Doris 383 Schoe-pner, Rich 202 Scholle, Julie 358 Scholz, Diane 366 Rodriguez, Isabel 286 Rodriguez, Tomas 286 Roecker, Donald 150, 373 Roeder, Deborah 339 Roemer, Cheryl 358 Rogers, Barbara 358 Rogers, Joan 383 Roglin, Sally 366 Rohling, Joann 373 Rohr, Wiliern 383 Rojas, Gloria 286, 386 Rojas, Leon 286 Roland, Nancy 278, 373 Rolf, Carl 151 Rolf, Thelma 358 Rolfs, Jeannine 383 Rollins, Cheryl 358 Rome, Thomas 383 Romig, Shari 146 Romine, Larry 347 Rooney, Dianna 159, 383 Roots, Ronald 350 Rose, Sherry 337 Ross, Clinton 351 Ross, John 288 Rossi, Christine 373 Rossillon, Linda 383 Rothwell, Jerome 383 Rothwell, Linda 366 Rowland,'John 198, 343 Rowland, Sherry 373 Rowley, Betty 374 Royse, Mary Kay 253 Royster, Laura 358 Royster, Suzanne 374 Roza, Sharon 330, 340 Rudolph, Joanne 383 Rues, Kevin 34, 198, 366, 367 Ruiz, Anthony 383 Runnels, Dwight 383 Runyan, Leonard 140 Rupe, Barbara 374 Rupe, Carmen 338 Rupp, Trudy 366 Russell, Debra 342 Russell, Nancy 198 Russell, Pamela 251, 338 Ruzich, Lawrence 181, 182, 188 Ryan, Billy 383 Ryan, Wil iam 343 Ryder, Roberta. 358 S ack, Steven 350 Sailler, Daniel 346 Saito, Hiromi 286 Sakaguchi, Glenn 160, 383 Salb, Joseph 350 Salmans, Kimberly 338 Sanders, Cheryl 383 Sanders, Hal 188, 190 Sanders, Jackie 182 Sanders, Janet 366 Debra 339 Sanderson, Sands, Shirley 195 Sanford, Lela 366 Sasse, Ronald 295 Satchell, Mark 252 Sauerwein, Janet 282 340 Saunders, Mary Beth 182 Saunders, Patricia 383 Sawyer, Randall 383 Say, Mark 366 Schaefer, Neil 374 Schemm, Donna 305 Schemm, Robert 305 Scheopner, Richard 383 Schindler, Billei 358 Schippers, Janet 256, 358 Schirmer, Dana 383 Schlegel, James 383 Schirmer, Sarah 383 Schlehuber, Bill 188 Schlesener, Dorothy 358 Schlick, Leta 198, 383 Schmidt, Bobby 383 Schmidt, Glenda 358 Schmidt, Larry 288, 374 Schomacker, Irene 366 Schon, Sheryl 358 Schooler, Joe 202 Schreibvogel, Ronald 284, 383 Schopp, Ellen 170, 383 Scho t, Kathleen 366 Schreiner, Lucia 374 Schroeder, Edsel 374 Schroeder, Frances 366 Schroeder, Kennth 374 Schuhs, Steghen 188 Schultz, De orah 337 Schurle, Bryan 171, 202 Schwinn, Harold 139, 383 Scimeca, Michael 383 Scoggin, Frankie 282, 374 Scott, David 346 Scott, Deborah 337 Scott Diana 358 Scott Georgeanna 170 Scott Gerald 140, 346 Scott James 251, 346 Scott, Janice 337 Scott, John 170 Scott Lori 73, 359 Scott Martha 374 Scott, Ronald 347 Scott, Susan 338 Scott, Vicki 266, 304 Scribner, Dana 366 Scrimsher, Lana 34, 366, Scroggins, Cecil 202 Scully, Nancy 359 367, 383 Scully, Philip 182 Seaman, Diana 366 Seaman, Kevin 383 Sears, Cathy 198, 339 Sears, Mike 290, 291, 293, 294, 347 Secrest, Shelli 374 Sedlacek, Elizabeth 359 Sedlacek, Margaret 338 Sehl, Carol 338 Seibel, Twilla 187, 339 Seigfreid, Mary 374 Seigfreid, Roy 383 Seiwert, Leon 150, 151, 374 Seiwert, Ruth 374 Selassie, Zekarias 286, 287, 374 Sell, -Rita 374 Sell, Steven 252, 253 Sellers, Lea 256, 265, 337 Selley, Dan 343 Setiawan, Iwan 286 Settle, Kimberly 185, 343 Sevuer, Mark 236, 359 Seward, Christine 366 Sewing, Deborah 359 Sexton, Michael 251, 253, 347 Seymour, Robert 198 Seymour, Rose 282, 359 Seymour, Sondra 139, 159, 384 Shaffer, Leland 225 Sharp, Carol 258, 265 Shauers, Kikii 366 Shaw, Donald 343 Shaw, Mark 283, 294, 347 Shaw, Rosetta 284 Sheahan, Kathleen 334, 343 Shearer, Ruth 185, 338 Sheble, David 202 Sheble, James 202 Sheehan, Rita 384 Sheets, Barbara 181, 182, 189, 374 Sheets, Gail 343 Sheldon, Mary 338 Shelley, Rhonda 359 Shepard, Carol 384 Shepard, John 350 Shepard, Kathryn 384 Shepherd, Michael 182, 188, 374 Sherm.an, Lina 359 Sherman. Susan 359 Sherwood, Brent 384 Shields, Carol 337 Shields, Diane 366 Shields, Doris 359 Shields, Paula 366 ' Shimkos, Stephen 350 Shindler, Susan 366 WWTP I Y Shineman, Gloria 384 Shirley, Dian 185, 339 Shores, Nancy 359 Shorthill, Allan 181, 182, 189, 190, 374 Shugart. Carol 374 Shugart, Mary 359 Shutt, Edwin 196, 374 Siegel, William 359 Siearist, Barbara 359 Sielert, David 182 Siemsen, Marva 185, 339 Sigler, Jeanette 181, 182 Sigler, Marilyn 170, 171, 251, 295, 384 Simmons, Mila 359 Simmons, Fletcher 366 Simpler, Janet 295, 384 Simpson, Kathy 366 Sims, Jewell 384 Sin'clair, Mary 384 Sinclair, Ronald 350 Singer, Linda 284, 374 Singer, Lynn 299 Sinsup, Prachim 286 Sipe, Mary 340 Sisler, Cynthia 182, 359 Skaggs, Julie 384 Skipton, Sheri 374 Skoch Gerald 384 Skoch Steven 366 Slane, Melinda 337 Slater, Gail 359 Slater, Miller 384 Sloan, Bruce 195 Sloan, Nina 359 Sloan, Shirley 384 Sloan, Vicki 175 Splichal. Sally 384 Spratt, Roy 229, 346 Spring, Lee 351 Springer, Janice 359 Sprinkle, David 346 St. James, Teresa 383 Stadels, Reggie 188 Stadler, Mary 366 Stafford, Cammella 304, 366 Stahr, Debra 366 Stainbrook, Marcia 340 Stair, Ronald 171, 366 Stallard, Sheryl 337 Stamm, Carolyn 181, 182 Standiferd, Jean 338 Stanford, Patsy 168 Stankiewicz, Frank 202 Stanley, Donna 338 Stark, Jerry 188 Starnes, Tommy 253 Starr, Steven 359 Staub, Gail 359 Stawowy, Joseph 374 Stead, Sharon 334, 343 Steele, Mary 294, 384 Steinel, Michael 182, 189, 190 Steiner, Mary 384 Steinkuehler, Vicki 374 Stephen, Cathy 359 Slocombe, Walter 366 Stephenson, Susan 170, 374 Sternel' St6V9I'1S , Steven 210, 359 Charles 283 Stevensl Cheryl 338 Stevens, Don 350 Stevens Stevens Stevens , Donald S. 366 , William 286 on, Gail 359 Small, Anita 337 Thistleth Smalley, Sally 384 Smart, Michael 374 Smigler, Jack 384 Smith Barbara 384 Smith, Betty 258, 359 Smith, Buddy 170 Smith, Carol 384 Smith, Cathie 332 Smith, Daniel 384 Smith, David 347 Smith, Deborah 374 Smith, Dee 185. 343 Smith, Dennis 384 Smith, Dixie 359 Smith Jim 384 Smith, Judy 236, 289, 343 Smith Kathy 340, 366 Smith Karen 340 Smith, Kay 338, 343 Smith, Mary Ann 339 Smith, Owen 374 Smith, Phyllis 384 Smith Raymond 384 Smith Robert 366 Smith Sheryl 384 Smitheran, Claudia 384 Smithson, John 384 Smitker, Arlo 346 Smoots, Gregory 359 Smutz, Pamela 359 Sneed, Margaret 374 Snell, Carol 374 Snyder, Jana 359 Snyder, Terri 146, 359 Soash, Richard 175 Soderstrom, Deborah 359 Soetaert, Judith 260, 264, 366 Solheim, Linda 338 Soloman, Meredith 359 Sommerhauser, Darrell 280, 384 Sonntag, Frances 283 Sontag, John 347 Sorensen, Mary Jane 384 Sorenson, Donald 374 Spaeth, Maria 283 Sparks, Ann 384 Spaulding, Susan 359 Spear, Linda 359 Speer, Nancy 342 Spellman, Rodney 218 Spence, Kay 374 Spence, Mary 282, 359 Spencer, Barber 286 Spencer, Carol 384 Spencer, Dwight 171 Spencer, Richard 350 Sphar, Jacque 374 Spires, Marcia 374 Splichal, Philip 366 Stewart, Janet 282, 359 Stewart, June 282, 359 Stewart, Mary 384 Stibal, Michael 117 Stimpert, Ronald 202 Stinson, Donna 190, 384 Stipp, Barbara 359 Stirn, Rosa 359 Stoering, Carolyn 139, 289, 294, 384 Stoffer, Sarah 359 Stohs, Lynn 359 Stokes, Laurel 187, 367 Stoll, Ena 286, 359 Stolzer, Sandra 384 Stone, Charles 367 Stone, Dennis 374 Stone, Donna 367 Stone, James 252, 253, 350 Stone, Randall 347 Stone, Stephen 202 Storey, Tressa 359 Stork, Alane 324, 337 Story, Ron 202 Story, Sharon 359 Stout, Albert 280 Stout, Philip 280 Stovall, Jessica 337 Stover, Gregory 359 Stow, John 170 Strader, Mitchell 202, 218 Strange, Jarie 367 Street, Darene 190 Stremel, Michael 198 Strichland, Charles 350 Strotkamp, Gayle 384 Strotkamp, Terri 367 Stryker, Sonya 340 Stuber, Debra 367 Stude, Carolyn 340 Stude, Marilyn 374 Studer, Maxine 359 Stultz, Patricia 359 Sttunpff, Patricia 367 Subera, Sharyn 359 Sukimoto, Merle 386 , Sullivan, Peggy 198 Sullivan, Roy 188 Summers, Christie 359 Summers, Cynthia 198 Sumner, Richard 350 Sunderland, Alan 384 Sunderland. Vicki 367 Suraci, Anthony 225 Sutton, Marna 374 Swanson, Carolyn 359 Swarts, Roger 359 Swartz, Janet 384 Sw-endenburg, James 359 Sweeney, Kathleen 168 Swender, Rita 333, 342 SWBHSOI1, Swenson Barbara 359 Danie 195, 196, 305 Swenson: Deborah 343 Swiggart, Brad 374 Swisher, Swisher, T abor, Arthur 374 Phyllis 159, 374 Karen 367 Tabor, Laura 384 Tagomori, Alvin 284, 374 Taj, Mangal 286 Tajchman, Marvin 367 Takamori, Charlene 284, 374 Hallman, Jim 384 Tanner, Randi 359 Tarbutton, De orah 374 Tarry, Raymond 374 Tarwater, Susan 384 Taschler, Peter 252, 367 Tate, Lou 359 Tatlock, Timothy 374 Taubeneck, Alan 346 Taylor, Kenneth 171 Taylor, Lynne 343 Taylor, Theresa 342 Teach, Gregory 384 Tedrow, Rex 210 Tegarden, Darrell 384 Temple, Lois 374 Tener, Carol 384 Terrill, Glenn 367 Terry, Barbara 384 Testori, Joyce 175, 342 Thayer, David 181. 182, 189, 190 Thayer, Teresa 367 Theel, Wayne 384 Theis, Michael 181, 182, 190 Thieme, Joan 384 Thiessen, Jakie 374 Thiessen Korrene 367 Thiessenl Lois 367 Thiessen, Loretta 360 Thiessen, Vera 367 - waite, Sher 367 Tholen, William 346 Thomas, Jaretta 266 Thomas, Joellen 367 Thomas, Luan 360 Thoman, Ralph 384 Thomas, Raymond 374 Thompson, Francis 171 Thompson, Gail 374 Thompson, Kathryn 367 Thompson, Leonard 150 Thompson, Shari 343 Thomsen, Linda 360 Thornburgh, Nancy 338 Thorson, Patricia 34, 324, 337 Tice, Jo Ann 374 Tiffany, Martha 337 Tilley, Diana 384 Timberlake, Janice 360 Timberlake, Jean 384 Timmons, Douglas 346 Tipton, Kathy 342 Tolle, Pamela 384 Tomasich, Michael 384 Tongserm, Kiree 286 Tonn, Jean 384 Toot, Janet 146, 360 Torkelson, Raymond 202 Torres, Barbara 185, 283, 338 Torres, Leona 283 Towle, Beverly 360 Tramontelli, Tony 34, 384 Travelute, Dianne 367 Travis, John 374 Tredway, Linda 374 Trehey, Mary 367 Trembos, John 202 Trennepohl, Jean 340 Tressler, Linda 384 Tribble, Dona 146, 374 Tribby, Deborah 190, 384 Trim, Dick 384 Trim, LeAnna 384 Trollman, Al 188 Trueblood, Julia 198, 384 Truelove, Marjorie 374 Truman, Linda 360 Truman, Wanda 384 Trussell, Catherine 360 Trussell, Lelia 374 Tryon, Carol 190, 374 Tucker, David 350 Tucker, Douglas 350 Tucker, Rita 367 Tunison, Janet 367 Turek, Linda 360 Turek, Stephen 384 Turnbull, John 374 Turner, Betty 367 Turner, Gracella 340 Turner, Karen 159, 385 Turner, Sandra 360 Turner, Virdent 151 Tush, Sharon 360 Udall, Jaclynn 182, 282, 340, 360 Udo, Amos 286 Udo, Margaret 286 Uehara, Sachie 286, 375 - Uhl, Nancy 385 Ulm, Cheryl 367 Uncapher, Mary 360 Unruh, Carolyn 385 Unruh, Cynthia 360 Unruh, Gary 181, 182 Unruh, Leonard 280 Ustad, Ida 385 Van Covern, James 351 Watson, Rosalyn 332, 340 Watts, Jennifer 375 Watts, Ronald 385 Wear, Belynda 375 Weaver, Marilyn 338 Weaver, Michelle 375 Weaver, Vicki 360 Webb, Teresa 385 Webber, Clinton 202 Weber, Ruth 367 Weber, Terry 168, 385 Wedel, Carol 339 Wedel, Patti 360 Weeks, Craig 283, 346 Wehking, Sharon 266 Weidman, Sherry 367 Weinman, James 151 Weir, Suzanne 385 Weisgfenning, Ethan 385 Welc , Greg 386 Welch, Melba 360 Welker, Carol 190 Weller, Carol 375 Williamson, Kathy 360 Williamson, Susan 385 Williard, Meredith 367 Wilson, Anita 367 Wilson, Bob 367 Wilson, Connie 339 Wilson, James 385 Wilson, Janol 343 Wilson, Marvin 360 Wilson, Patricia 338 Wilson, Robin 360 Wilson Thomas 229 375 Wells, Deborah 236, 385 Wells, Frederick 385 Wells, Jeannine 338 Wells, Kathleen 337 Wells, Laura 262, 265 Wells Maribeth 360 Wilt, Edward 347 Wilt, Rose 386 Wimer, Marsha 338 Winders, Rebecca 375 Wine, Samuel 367 Wingrave, Janelle 340 Winquist, David 360 Winsky, Connie 367 Winter, Norman 150 Winterringer, Gayle 337 Wise, Donna 340 Wisner, Janice 360 Witt, Glenna 337 Witten, Polly 386 Wittorff, Gary 198 Wixson, Phillip 367 Wobker, Richard 350 Wellsi Patsy 171, 266, 294, Wold, Karen 367 Van Dyne, Cathy 360 385 Van Van Leeuwen, Mary 374 Luchene, Joe 367 Van Mol, Dave 367 Van Sickle, Ray 210 Van Tuyl, Dawn 374 Yamada, Terry 386 Vannaman, Vicky 360 Vanzlike, Barbara 343 Vaughn, Bessie 340 Vaughn, Vicky 385 Veatch, Sharon 342 Veerkamp, James 288 Versch, Gregory 168 Verschelden, Anna 282, 360 Vetter, Rodney 385 Vierthaler, Michael 181, 182 Vieux, Marian 374 Villarreal, Wanda 374 Vincent, William 202 Vineyard, Connie 339 Vogelsberg, Jeanne 265, 360 Vogts, Dennis 305 Vohs, Cynthia 337 Von Feldt, David 375 Voorhees, Christine 283, 360 Vornholt, Susan 375 Voss, Lana 385 Voth, Gary 375 Voth, Kathy 367 Wagner, Roberta 360 Wagoner, Carolyn 375 Wagoner, Yvonne 170, 171 Wakefield, Nancey 342 Walden, James 202, 375 Walden, Jean 375 Walker, Donna 260, 367 Walker, Wallace, Lavonne 375 Ivory 367 Wallace, William 360 Wallrius, Sharon 339 Walls, Dewayne 280 Walls, Diann 340 Walrod, Phyllis 375 Walter, Bernard 171, 202 Walter, Wendy 360 Walters, Betty 294, 385 Walters, Clark 385 Walters, Roger 385 Waltz, Herbert 385 Ward, Clarence 385 Ward, David 347 Ward, George 385 Ware, Julia 387 Warfield, Linda 360 Welton, Myron 350 Wenger, Barbara 385 Wenger, Roberta 375 Wentz, Joelene 146, 185, 337 Werner, Gregory 196, 218, 219, 385 Werner, Karen 360 Wesseler, Lois 385 Westall, Allyn 385 Westervelt. Deborah 367 Weston, Cherridah 338 Weston, Jonnie 367 Weston, Pamela 385 Westover, Janille 343 Wetzel, Robert 202 Whaley, Sarah 386 Whanger, Walter 375 Wheeler, Charles 375 Wheeler, Donna 367 Wheeler, Martha 375 Whightsil, Donna 385 Whipple, Larry 170, 171 Whistler, Alan 385 Whitaker, Kathleen 375 Whitaker, Mary 385 White, Daniel 385 White, J.ames 210 White, Richard 202, 343 White. Roger 385 Whitehair, Dianne 367 Whitehead, Kenny 375 Whitehead, Thelma 340 Whiting, Betty 385 Whiting, Susan 339 Whitmore, Michael 385 Whitney, Bruce 367 Whitson, Marvin 385 Whitt, Gerald 160, 375 Wichman, Kathleen 360 Widau, James 360 Widler, Dee 171 Wiens, Albert 385 Wiggans. Charlene 34, 276, 277, 375 Wight, Sara 187, 360 Wilbert, Steven 225 Wiles, Kathie 360 Wiley, Charlotte 146, 360 Wiley. Johnny 385 Wilhelm, Carolyn 385 Wilhite, Carl 346 Wilke, Alan 283, 367 Wilderson, Joan 190, 385 Wilkins, Sharon 385 Willard, Linda 360 Wolf, Larry 386 Wolfe, Car 386 Wolford, Michal 282, 375 Wolgamott, Robert 360 Wolin, avid 160, 386 Wolken. Robert 367 Wood, Martha 367 Wood, Patricia 338 Woodbury, Rick 182, 367 Woods, Fred 360, 371 Woods, Harold 151 Woods, Teddy 34, 202, 366, 367 Woodson, Kimberly 338 Woolcott, Andrea 360 Woolery, Keith 181, 182 Wootirat, Sampan 286 Worku, Getahun 286 Worland, Deborah 266, 360 Wright, Charles 229 Wright, Constance 168, 386 Wright, Craig 181, 182 Wright, Linda 181, 182, 367 Wright, Peggy 367 Wright, Richard 139, 386 Wroth, Josephine 367 Wulf, Brent 251, 346 Wulf, Craig 346 Wullschleger, Howard 386 Wyatt, Cheryl 360 Wylie, Bonnie 375 Wyss, Debra 343 Yarmer, Marlene 338 Yates, Dean 168 Yates, Patrick 360 Yeager, Linda 386 Yohon, Peggy 282, 375 Young, Karen 340 Young, Kathi 375 Young, Michael 360 Young, Peter 288 Young, Ronda 146, 367 Young, Steven 288 Younggren, Connie 350 Warner, Timothy 218 Warren, Alice 386 Warren, Marilyn 360 Warren Terry 333 Washburn, Dale 290, 291 Washington, J. 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