Fort Wayne Bible College - Light Tower Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

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Fort Wayne Bible College, like the wheat stalk, sta11ds proudly erect with its roots deep. lt too is growing. We strive not only for endurance in these days of storm, we fight the elen1e11ts to strengthen ourselves-to grow. The young seed pokes its shy face through the earth, then encouraged by the Sun's warm, compelling strength, unbends, builds, and pushes higher. Silhouetted against the stu 11111 er sky, tl1e golde11 stalk daily reaches upward to touch its goal. lts 11ature is to grow, for its Source is the Creator of all things. Fort Wayne Bible College has tl1e same Source, our goal too is to grow for the glory of God and tl1e service of man. 0 :Xa 0 0 0 r 0 0 4 N05 0 0 0 V34 WV 7 O O4 3 0 0 309 5,t,J l 3055 009 nu 600 NN 990 D004 009 D094 900 P004 900 'S'0'd 054 9,0 V GROWING TO SERVE 0 :Zia 0 0 0 Vid VN t 0 0 4 3305 0 0 0 Vid 'WV s Q 4 0,1 v l . 1 i -r-5 U r x 'T' LY. VT' 1 ? 1 Wi, W gal Miss Conrad checks over an assignment for her Freshmen English -1 4 4 1 6 g , U E Z Z E' 3 1 i Q 4 4 w ' . , YY Y WY Y Y 1 Another day completed. Home to do more grading of papers. " ,,,14,giMifL:,,x+, i 1 class. 1 f , 5. I fi , A - I M s .7 ' J Getting set for another summer of camping? ?? DE DICATION The staff of the 1967 Light Tower dedicate this book to Miss Eunice Conrad for her spiritual and discerning insight into lifeg academic achieve- ment i11 her fieldg a11d her inspiring dedication to her task of help- i11g others to grow. IV ' ' 1 n P' as-'fs 5533149 -ny!" 1" 2 me Y . Q f I F X if ' yn..-'z MEA' yi. ' ---.--.. THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON TO TEE GRADUATING CIASS FORT WAYNE BIBIE COLLEGE, 1967 It is a pleasure for me to extend my 'best wishes as you complete your college education. You are g'aduat:Lng into a society in which you will be warmly welcomed. Our country has never had so great a need for highly educated men and women. Never have yoxmg Americans moved from the college campus into a world of- fering so broad a range of opportunities for individual fulfillment and contribution to the welfare of humanity. Your generation of students Ins been distinguished by its fresh and vigorous concern for the quality of American life and its commitment to American democracy. Perhaps the greatest opportunity awaiting you is the challenge' to make this a life-long commitment. Today, Americans from every walk of life are striving together to shape a society that can offer a neaningful and rewarding life to all its members. Never have so many of our countrymen been so deeply dedicated to eradi- cating the old evils of ignorance , poverty, and bigotry from every corner of the land. Through your years of study, you lnve prepared yourselves for positions of leadership in this quest for a better America. I congratulate you, and urge you to take full advantage of that opportunity. Sincerely , Edueaiion page I6 Phgsical page 38 Social page 52 Qpiriiual page 66 Classes page 78 Adveriising e page 117 Smiling Dick helps with registration. The wheat stalk needs fresh air and a stimulating atmos- phere for growth. Fort Wayne Bible College seeks to provide a fresh and stimulating intel- lectual atmosphere for the mind, where the truth may he known with Divine guidance. Back to the room for a quick nap. , Beth Cochran has a punching g V+ 4'Who put that 'greasy kid,s stuff, on this rope Q79 Sun, water, soil, and air give physical strength to the wheat stalk. The physical body is encouraged to grow in strength and health at Fort Wayne Bible College. , .-v--f,---4 -f -ff, 'fr' 7 13-1 :mi -5 - - fix- 1' 1 .- .aff :H 3.145 , .V H wp. , . .-,f .,V. - - ,ff a:'j:1-fi-we , :1 1-fe., ty-1 1-. nfaLi,9Lf"",-vs: 81244-PA 3 r 24 :fdn:?'f'41.'.1 fir., va., 1 ' V Q' 5 A mg, a z fa xz, X fix B iw' 'an' 1' ww 'T FLM'-f ff ,V .,- ,' ,gf-41, - -' ' '4' ' .,!,- -,gzf vw in- ff-, ,.-,-.. ,... A.,5J -1, . , ', H7 ' f '. f nf' 9,-ff' " 1 E1 ,, ,A , ,A ,.,,.,-.M , , , W., iw ,ge i Bill Hull, the official referee at our school picnic. "Hot ball! Got to get rid of it!" f" ' f QL MQW' v.. , .,...Qb,A ri- S' 29,52 . :-',-2 'S Q- f .- 1 . Giwsis' Y . pr: '. 1 g . f-- -1 I"-f. 5 z . .- ft-bFE?g:1-'PLNU fx :rg F 'r... .- X .,.Q ' ia. - A. . -gg. g., 'C' 1' .Q .S - 'hs ' l-1-1 ii:- In 5 - The JUHQIQ . V: "What class is that collateral for?7, Just as myriads of wheat stalks grow in a field together, so man needs the strength and sup- port gained from associating with others. Fort Wayne Bible College, in seeking to develop the total man for Christ, trains in this area also. Between classes, a break in the snack shop. if.. '! ,Q4AL,,f J ., A Q 'Ale fn., S- A yn.. I 2 C D N WX Q Banquet provided an opportunity for formal attire. EXPICQQIOII by means of the Spring play. Relaxing afthe annual schnol pifwnic. 'gs .-1 A 32 bi .Ag 4, -'fi Q. V f ' 12, ' 'i 81 rl- ' ,r 2, ul' V 'ZA M F X. P ex. 'Q Preparation of heart and mind for the morning chapel service. Annual presentation of Hanciefs Messiah. I6 ll- 0 QV' HQ 004 D09 no N04 oo, N0 Q00 MN OOQ P905 N, 5s..'. wg 'v r 0 o 0 hzog 0 r 6 0 4 34.5 N05 N05 N05 3 'QW 30 6 56,4 f EDUCATIUN 9 Q0 N02 00,4 P..Q ' 4 NN Q6 Q Q4 fn' OW Q0 sssg 5: I P X--5 j l .yfxl ' f,j"!'. N'-3 . l I ' r ff Y' 1 V" 57" W "Xxx - T- We f 5' ' - - -L - . +- ' l . kfl-'TNQ l N . ,LR I - 4. -- .' . 'N .. . rgx .1 A gf I' ,.. . W-T41 1 , 1., ' -fr 43' . ' . ,uf .. . - ,, 1 ll- 1.1 X. 4, 4 z"P""'- 1 1 1 1. "sq 1. , ' lf 'gt "xv , .Li-Q, 'fin vi' 55. i1 - ELL'-0 Hf1T'T7 ugf A 5' awp, l , -,au-'uni J vf'v ff , ff' 'L' 1 H 1' V! I, . 4 , 1 .4 'V Q-wc! ' V 'Y ' ,4'l'f,'2 'l Y 'I B u -s v-I . ' .. .5,-ggkijn-1 K. ,Qnx ,. 4- Dr. Cerig and Gordon Smith take a look at part of the future of Fort Wayne Bible College. GR .u 1 n,..,',' C A 9. 5,1 faq' ' s 4 Dear Students and Friends of F WBC: It is a personal joy to greet you all through this page of the 1967 Light Tower. HCrowing to Serve" has been the inspiring slogan for this past year. Growth always indicates life, and service is the primary reason for living. A college is always successful when it can measure spiritual growth in the lives of its students. Such growth is achieved through a variety of experiences and there is no greater joy than to watch students mature in their faith and actions. Intellectual growth is another objective of great importance. This involves more than learning and storing facts. lt embraces maturity in judgment, a growing sense of life values, settled convictions in relation to life's calling and ministry, and a seriousness in relation to personal responsibility to a world in need. Fort Wayne Bible College is growing physically in order to successfully serve its constituency spiritually and intellectually. Without compromise or apology, it trains young people in the conservative evangelical faith. It challenges them to life dedication and service. lt seeks to prepare them for a high calling in some definite area of Christian ministry. Our students are to be congratulated on a remarkable record of outstanding ministry in all parts of the world across sixty-three years of institutional history. lt is true-FW BC 'Ggrows to serve." We want to share our blessings of growth and service with you always. Yours devotedly in Christ, fare? Jared F. Cerig President Deans , ' 271, 3- 'f df, 4,g.5,, ' 11" .' ,"'-Q-.,,, , Dr. Edward Simpson, Dean of Education Mr. Cyril Eicher, Dean of Students. Q, 1 3 Mr. Willard A. Rowell. Dean of Men --n...s fix Fi! ' v-1' 2 Miss Donna Lutton. Dean of Wfomen and Miss Bonnie Andrews. Assistant to Dean of Wlwmen. Division of Chrisiian Minishfies Q1 D-f W Qui- 'U ' .4 ,i EW ' if Dr. Edward Simpson. r-hairman of the Christian Ministries Division, points out some interestin Curios which are found in our display case on Israel. 22 9 I 'T' 'df ,aa I DR. JARED F. CRAIG A.B., Th. B., M.A., D.D. JOY M. GERIG . T B.R.E. x. NY 'is-.f-X 9 o DR. WESLEY L. GERIG A.B., B.D., Th.M.. Ph. D. WELDON O. KLOPFENSTEIN A f' TEE. 3 WILLARD A. ROWELL Th.B., B.D., Th.M. " 4 f- ANDREW M. RUPP 5, AE., M.R.E. ,QS G DR. FRANCES F. SIMPSON ' .4 A.B..31.R.E., D.R.E. ' f ROBERT C. STRUHB.-XR . AE., MA. 1 55:5 -Q TIMOTHY M. WARNER '. ' f AB.. S.T.B.. MA. ' f' 1Sabbatical Leavekb 1 HERALD J. WELTY B.R.E.. MS. WAYNE A. WIDDER EA.. Th.M. -"" M Nb its , 17" h nf, 11, , 5 5' xi Z.- ,f Dr. Wesley L. Gerig, Chairman of Dept. of Biblical Studie Q2 fl: L..LLL.L.4 Dr. Gene A Xssistant Professor of Bible and Homiletics D fr--'J' a Mr. Rupp tries to keep up-to-date with mission- ary activities throughout Lhe world. -4 Dean Rowell prepares for another day of classes YI .YU yx ' 4+ '-- N-:::! ici? ' 9 '. ' 1, 1 i, , ' l .fg A. , ' 5. wifi? Dr. Frances F. Simpson. Chairman of Dept. of Christian Education. ! ff I 1 I . - . P nk. Gif' afar? 4 354' -1 ,.- V . 5 V .it , ji, '-.'2'1-7 f fry lvfl 1052: 5 9.5. 3- ,'i-,-3'f55"' , , . , A , . . . x xg: 424. :gb Gigi., sill' ff, f- vs- '? 941 ,.q.f'Q' ' fa - .- x--sz ' ' . f 4 3 4... , . 5 ,f ni ' I QA N ,: H. .4 1,2 My fzfxf va. . ,. . J - -f A. Je 1. -' ' .Vg A ,Ar .5 1' -,, ff :kai .L f ms- -- i F! yr -- J- ffl! as 'ff'gQ 'ff,e.,-'f-'. .. r -44-41 1? v-., 1 . 5-2' , fr, is ' I. f t r Hf 1' , 4 . 1 1 ' I f aka. ? 1' I 'ii .p,s ex. 'Q Q-' ' Miss Linda Mosier Sec. to Dr. Fr K O C l Dlvlslon of Ar+s and Sciences I Q Q4 Di , Dr. Forest Weddle, chairman of the Arts and Sciences Division, is always ready to help students with their studies I I . ll 5 " ' l 1 J . ,..-,ieafy f- far' - rail I R- - J :L --x -f -2135? -54. ' ' Jf5??i'9 an 1, gg L - 'B.1H,"'. ' R65 vs! fi?" - "" 'aw 7' V .kt ,QL nv? X 3 A s g "" 'T r H I Ip J' ,ai J 1 ' N ' 4 Y 'C .' 1 J ,Ii '-2 I I .. Q . ,Ak ,fr ,-9. P L IW 36:4 Qwvfff XY MELVIN F. REYNOLDS A.B.. Th.B., B.S.. 3I.Ed. M. ELMER SODEN A.B., MA. MARILYN C. AXDERSEN B.1Ius.,KI.lIus. EDITH EHLKE A.B., A.M.L.S. CYRIL H. EICHER A.B., Th.R., MA. RICHARD NI. ELBIER A.B.. B.D..B.1Ius., IIA., M.S.L.S. RALPH A, GALLAGHER AB., Th.B., BIA. IRA A. GERIG BAI., 3I.1Ius. NELSON F. GOLLD B.S., 1I.Ed. GRANT C. HOATSON A.B., BIA. MARLENE LANGOSCH BM., 3I.Mus. HELEN E. BIACKLIX B.S.. MA. OSWALD H. MORLEY A.B. TED D. NICKEL B.S.. 31.5. 4 -J Aff 4,1 -'z P' 'M 1 2 r if-'x KK Q1 . , Q 1 t 75 Q. 'RQ I . Y U 7 'ii Y-. 1 i Mr. Reynolds keeps alerted to current events. N gf . ,gk 'I' lg, I. C: f. :o .0 ,Qc fvs- Cozlvll Morley. ft1.:i1'u1.nx of Dept. of F115 YI f I 44, ra Geri Chairman of Dept. of Music and Fine Arts f, P 3, n ww ommencement l1ne'7 11.- . ,A -45' S.. "bl 5 ' zu 45... S .,- -55 N' 'lit . gi P- N 2: lx lf." J- 'vgi-,-, . -cg-EY: 3-: . ,. .. Y .4 . V, 141' 'khvfzy' Q . . .,J, : gin .. if' ' fa .4'gf.5-1QAe' .3 9 -.Z A14 - 1: , "AH, 1-. -, 'Egg ,Lf ' ' . 1 , .,, Z I Q I 0 n W, ff fp-.- infant '1 fr BONNIE L. ANDREWS Assistant to Dean of Women Supervisor of Providence Hall MABEL M. BAHLER Cashier-Clerk MRS. THEDA W. BEITLER Bookstore Manager SAMUEL O. BRANDENBURG Physical Plant Department WAVA BUESCHLEN Sec. to Dean of Students MRS. MARTHA CARNEY Cook MRS. FREEDA M. DAFFORN Director of Food Service MARILYN DISSINGER 'wi w , l ' 1 f' 4? f.. f 5 .fi Sec. to Director of Christian Service if 4 MRS. JUDY R. GELDIEN Cook 1'-X, -7 4 A 2 .iw W4 M if 3 7337 45: A- -waz .nv ! I 4 'I x , f 0441, ff? .5 ,, . I 61:14.71 . ' J BEVERLY ANN CILLILAND Director of Student Employment MRS. ALMA M. HAKE Receptionist in Founders Office ORLYS V. HAKE Physical Plant Department ' TREVA HOSTETLER M , Cook 17' P' , fi .12 ADELLE ISAAC I 4, 'jf ,- A .j Sec. to Registrar " ' MRS. ALBERTA LUCAS Z V X V I Clerk-Mailing Department R fa K ' f .3 f f f .W JOAN MAYERS ' " Q.. p Assistant to Dean of Women ' 'Q 'mls Supervisor of Lexington Dorm ' ' "'- I -1. 'V MRS. CAROLYN MEISENHEIMER , Cook l f 1.- V5 'if N! In N ' r. X" A MRS. VIRGINIA NI. NIORLEY Sec. to Director of College Relation LINDA LOU MOSIER R 4 Assistant in Christian Education and 1 NX ' Christian Service Department F Supervisor of Leightner Hall VICTOR L. NANTZ Business Manager and Treasurer ANN NELENSCHWANDER Sec. to the President MRS. ROSE ANN NICKEL Library Clerk Al MRS. JENEEN ORNELAS Sec. to Director of Public Information N. NOAH N. OYER Physical Plant Department 1 A' ' fa H . - , V lc I. X MRS. MARIE N. POPPS ' ' '-vv-X gg Assistant Director of Food Servlf e S-.1 'X 3'8" A I-I MRS. HAZEL REYNOLDS Sec. to the Dean ROGER SCHLADENHAUFFEN Printer EVELYNE R. SCHMIDT Assistant Treasurer ADA SMITH Physical Plant Department MRS. VIOLA WAGLEY Bookkeeper MRS. ELIZABETH WALKER Library Assistant MRS. MIRIAM V. WELTY Sec. in Alumni Office ROBERT L. WEYENETH Director of College Relations I. HARLAN WRIGHT Alumni Coordinator and Field Representative EDISON REYNOLDS Director of Physical Plant Department 'FR 0- Q ...A f' i 4' 'N i . 1 I !EQ.1:a.Qxy5 'A .,.,f. it sf bu.. Y, I :X 11 'WTI -I Q sg, 1- -x - -2- 1-, ' w f WW"-si - Q , ' 1 I x.R 1 1 '!l!?3.1.- 7-F -5 N Q as 'Q . V1 . ws. 73 Q" PLATO? .,, f I Governing Board HENRY AIVISTUTZ Celina, Ohio FOREST BALSICER Berne, Indiana JAMES N. BELTZ Fort Wayne, Indiana EVAN H. BERGWALL Fort Wayne, Indiana DONALD P. CHASE Yorkville, Illinois I. FRANCIS CHASE Chicago, Illinois A happy occasion for Mr and Mrs. Habegger as their daubhter Alice Graduates from F W B C Vlr Chase and Mr. Wright discuss future plans for F.W.B.C. after com- TIGDCCIIICHI exercises. Not Pictured: .IOHN NUSSBAUM St. Paul, Minnesota JAMES JOHNSON Hamilton, Ohio MILO NUSSBAUM Morton, Illinois JOHN STUCKY Woodburn, Indiana TILLMAN HABECGER Fort Wavne. Indiana . ' , CARL MILLER lf ' My ' ,.,, Wapakoneta, Ohio VERNON J. PETERSEN Peoria, Illinois ROY RAMSEYER Van Nuys. California EZRA P. STEINER Fort Yvayne. Indiana CLYDE W. TAYLOR Wasliington. D.C. ' I x' 1f""'fi esp, -3 5' Q Q is ' 5 WILLIAM F. WILLIANIS Colorado Springs. Colorado vu,-.Q 4. x -,.T r-is J 1 fl 1 -4 1 3 Al 1 38 0 Six 4 o 4 VN VN VN We 4 9 Vow S o o 4 S o 0 spin rl PHYSICAL 0 :Xa flqi on nn on nu no NN 3455 no ww sS.Qq O tc 0 lie VN nn no ww 3432 no PQQ1 on PQQ4 3055 ws sg4 of P lg la Inframural Aciiviiies u . , , ,, . , .... ,A , I , 1 -7 L 'I .' , , ' 1" a Q 'Z ,f s .. 1 I ' V 2 1' '3 f -,,'1- -- ,U . , . , ,.1v fs ,g ---- ,,,:. ' l -.Q-Y. . .,, -qt. fQ' 11 - nf , Jon Alexander and Dave Osborne fight for possession Rod Stone moves through the defense lm: f o H-2? wif? ' ' A I Q '-'r-A'gNf",:J'- Fri . fr, I 'V L-,ulhpfgqxela Y..- Steve Morley gets tied up going for a rebound. -"-ll. l 1 5 . -A l""Q f' f ,zz-' gf! x'vX'7'X ,. g ,C X win. s ,.-A ISX 1 Steve Morley takes a jump shot over Jon Alexander. Steve and Dan move on after the kick-off. 41 315 vi nf gg.. f ff 21 ,- My ,f,4,A 1. .. i A, ' , ., 1,31-'Y'.f'2fxi92f -In ' 21 ,. ' ' -1 f :'1,3j,M'7,. Wu 51.1, H id 'B 'Q .1 1 C . 1,579 ef- , , 'X I 17 f .S . .V 1 .A ' 1 .,. . 1. 6 ,fy ' ' ' v .','L fy 'Ya' s , V. 1 ,T . K, , , ff: 4 .1 -ff 14,3-.4 '- ,' :wp .. , ., sh Yfffn 24,1 221' 'fwfj , , ' - 1 if , 41 f ' 4, 4 ,, Lf, . 4,fM,'f:yzz" gf- ' 1, A T 1, , -,,, A, f2K,7,, ,,b',.g-HT.-.:-' f' - ,, ' - ., 'fPf4'l:qf"- , , I, u,, ,.,.,' ,,f..,.f., ,f, . ,V 4, , f'4ff'QS3i V51 , ' 'Q Wim,-if ,fa :A V: . b '-'L1f.95-"7 V . .4:,,. :Q:f,.fy,,,,,,.',:,:,!1,'r ., f4'e'f -. -iyfmf-" ,, 517.155 .-: f 1 ' ., g-.f . .fa ' 422' ffa-nfwe wi ' 'fr' f ' H- , 'Cf ,ffxf lf?-,A ,- in 5 J 5 1,w.4i2f3f' Nun - Z?" 1 '4' ' -1111.-4' ,ff-f:"'N5' -2':':v1:Z 12 ,-Q, '- , M" p,'?',.4,'1',fr'?'?"'1'7 :gy ' ' ,A ' 'A mfws . ' ' II" S V' , , 1 - -,:'7hf. ,ff , 7 ,c '5 :f ,Ar , -,af 1,w.-p.1fgg?g.jf.,:f1 f' 4347. -q,,:gd.:,,5, ,ag -, 5 f if--,g. 5,313 5:-5411, . " Yg iagff-4 'Q' H' "' f - L0-wj' ' Z."'f'f!Qz 7 -5144 'L "1 , T! - 4271, 1 , A.. . , . , ff ., .- :J ' . 2 '7?'f'3.'v fs: '- , -', - , V x v -':f"" , Z." P, K?" if, mf! ,fffw , .1 4-. V K . . 1 . I , . 43 ' I Zgi' 31 T sf.-Vw ,SN WA ,D BIBII CDIIIF7 A 4' '-xbwii.. Ll -7 7 , ,W-gg? K LARRY CALANTA JIM NOBLE Tennis "67" FWBC Opp. 0 Huntingion . . . . . . 7 0 Goshen ....... . . . 7 O Indiana Tech. ... . . .. 7 0 Bethel ...... . . . 7 1 Grace ...... . . . 6 . . . . ' 1' O Huntington .... . . . 7 1 A 1 St. Francis . . . 6 R 5 St. Francis . . . . . 2 If . 1 Grace ..... . . . 6 ' 0 Bethel .............................. 6 " NORMAN OKASXKO . NUM JERRY DUNLAP BRUCE SHEIDOY 43 P 1 Z5 KJ 4 f ff Q 'Y fi fzfwf' I I J 'MJ I l xy P f "' I .1 Pk ' :Ear .E r.. '32 , -..4 " Back L. Io R. Don Leach. ,lim Noble. Bud Hirons. Bob Ornelas, Jon Alexander. Mike Mills, Coach Morley. Front Tom Norquist Roger Ringenberg, Ron Mills. Sam Williams, Jerry Dunlap, Tom Rust. 44 Mike Mill: reaches for tl"' llll' Ron Mills battles for possession. Z , ,P 44 Q' Ci+g's Qnd Leading Scorer I-, nl .-Q 5"0 gf--9, Mickey Mills averaged 20.6 points a game F .W B.C. OPP. 59 Bethel 83 57 Trinity 83 Holiday Tourney 60 Concordia 80 60 St. Francis 90 58 Grace 101 65 Spring Arbor 96 61 Concordia 89 96 St. Francis 101 62 Huntington 100 60 Goshen 122 76 Tiffin 103 42 Concordia 72 75 Huntington 102 92 Bethel 100 69 Lincoln Christian 81 71 Cincinnati Bible 103 77 Franklin 90 71 Philadelphia Bible 63 98 Grand Rapids Bible 73 81 Tiffin 95 60 Malone 78 97 Giffin 74 99 Trinity 106 11-9 Spring Arbor 106 Lincoln Christian Tourney 62 Cincinnati Bible 93 59 Lincoln Christian 65 87 Kentucky Christian 66 f3rd Placei 86 St. Francis 95 r v-si ,S if AJ. P3-- -X 'affv' L:- - ffl ,df R ,. f 5 hx. , L v- :dir i."5'iiii J' .Jr if ,Q . xv 1 wi' Don Leash hooks the ball over the defender a-..., + I i V I B' Q-4.1m- . r 4 ' A n'-L -Q Q' J: O X 61 rf ' B 'A .' l-, 4. C Nl l Q .-4 gs ,ft --41 ' D-G54 6 A U- .. 'Y i' Y-lj. ' ., ' . 4' l 4 x V Dan Hanes, John Robles, Randy Walker, Chuck Rodgers, Jon Alexander, Coach Steve Morley. The First Year Golf Team Gained Experience With A Full Schedule. -, , J 3 ....,, . The season was not a winning one, but our golf team is now off the ground. With a year of experience and steady play, our eyes turn to next year's team for that winning season. We will lie waiting to see that low score. w v f It zylifuj ,f ' l tJ9 Ig!! lfilxxll-l 1 . MrQ.W- x I7 ,N l Qiklaqm. " 'X' Uni . 5 Ar I ri ' ' ,Half 0 q ' N """" i' Will lea' jg' il li, jqitiifljlyit. ' "1 . tix - rw ta.. , Q' , ,nfl sl 'flP 'F lx Pi-Y' I 'ra kkg, " J 'Lu , I X 1 13.1 go X 1 ,A+ -. I. , A " rx- -.-Y. , 1- P , - .X "' fi fffgt ' - - '."', l i 7 .D ,. ,, I If - 5 x L , F' - A' - . N gi .I fi l' V' Q A 61 'fi ' -'f L VE ,U ' '., 'B ' X ' ' I 2 'Y'f""'Q-I, V Q Q , l'. s 1- 01 9 ' ' rf' - . t '- . . ,"'lx4 A '- V L" 31.-.' . . n . Y- - .re . h RA 3- . I' , X K K' lb i. -- ---- x N in i ,-. . , ' I f-"Was '45 hx .2 ',.., .5 wt w. af xi A X -"' -. :QA ag- 'if' ' "Y '-. Chuck Rogers continues to power down the fairway. -l0f1 0011116015 OH l1iS IP? Sl1OT. It tl lf, it- -I 47 5-5-+2'?', V' jgl' fiinf i X 3 K, wg. -1' . .J A'-'--.: 1-Y ---'-- ,C J. ... - . . .. .Ne 5, Randy Walker chips straight to the hole. John Robles forced to play the ball to curve. lf Z 3 ,K - The game for Dan Hanes raises a little sand. ,V Us ,... V ' 'A "J A: wg. V 1111 The playing got narrow for John Robles. fl ' -' .,. ,1, . ' k' ,TL v.a4,1.'A, if " f - 4,544 .fin if , ' 'f 1 ., 5,4 ' I pin' ' 4' ' v W- fl l' VN ll f. Standing Coach Morley Tom Rust Bob Harless Bob Ornelas John Robles Asst Coach Stese 'Nlorlew Seated Bill Ra le Jerri Dun lap, Bill Ballentine, Rober Rlnoenberl, Dan Hood Chuck Ro ers Ron 'Vlllls A s U - gr .-'ir'--" F .W.B.C. 0 Indiana Tech. 1 Indiana Tech 7 Grace ...... 0 Grace ...... O Concordoa .. 2 Huntington . 0 St. Francis . 0 St. Franci 0 Bethel . . . 6 Bethel . . . 0 'Taylor ..... 1 Taylor ..... 2 Spring Arbor 4 Goshen ..... 2 Bethel ..... -L u 'X' - bn-L lwwn, ref? f me.. if me e V rf", 1 'Lina 4 - V Dan Hood takes 3 heavy Cut at the ball, ROg8I' Rillgellberg bends IOW f01' 3 grollna ball bf A check swing comes from a careful eye. X1 I4 F- ... -9 x ,,-,, X! ' .' ' Q "Aff ' " , Q ' J 1- I H ijgev, Q-, Aix . N Q. - n g I 1.. . ww ,W U . .N ,wig . -, .9 -1-'if-Zrfiv mqifgw, "F L- 95. M ' " itz 1 1- 4' 'ffki' - lp' z 'Q .'Xlg+"7 'f ' -' mf' ' inmdniuullf' Q- R, A fy ' is nv e i ,M Q , J, Roger Ringer. wg scores his second run of the day. .rf 1 .-U' ff' Mr. Oswald Morleg O 9 'Q A brief time to chat with his wife. vw - FW 11" Another lonb day awaits coach. C 'Y " ,ff . ., V, ,fb .,4, 6 ff Q, I .fx 4' ' " . w "fun 3 2.-1.'.f I . o'o'o P004 on P004 no nu no P004 no nn no M44 pn N4 5 J off r SDCIAL 4 :Ka fig? Noi 3955 MQ! 9345 3 4 o GN 0,Q'4 f 494 P004 on nu no P004 on P004 on PQQ4 no nu no 5,434 sga 4,1 P Qludenl Council Back Row: fleft to rightj Mr. Reynolds lAdvisorl. Roger Morehead lPresidentl. Mr. Eicher CAdvisorJ. Front Row: flefl lo right! Jon Alexander fTreasurerl, Patricia Meyer lSecretaryD, Max Haines lVice Presi- dentl 1 :rl . Roger illorfflwead convlufls his final SA. meet- ing S helps to install flf",'f officers. Ads-4' -Q, ,I "' Ll Back Row: fleft to right! Larry Heidelberg, Dan Hood, Steve Thomas, Dave Brown. Front Row: fleft to rightj Dan Hanes, Ruth Gerber, Donna Craft, ,lean Fornstedt Light Tower U fi t 4. Donna Craft 1Editorl and Randy Walker fA55i51ant Edi. Back Row: flefl lo right! John Garner. Waxne temer D1 lb. lxrl ex torl discuss plans for 1967 LightT0we1-, Mr. Hoatson Lkdvisorl. Front Ron' flef! I r hr Nan lri Nnnti Dianna White-ford. Patricia Hutchison. Martha Phillip Student Voioe t 7' ,Z I L 1+ Back Row fleft to righll Helen McConeghy. Nancy Lindland. Gary Green. Rupp, Dianna Whiteford. Front Row: Lynn Holman 1Editor-in-chiefl. Noel Y' A 9.E.A. ge ' 11 A Back Ron' KL. to RJ Peg Merrillat, Sandra Smith, Rhoda Hartley, Sharyl Doenges, Elaine Gregorieff, Helen McConeghy, Judy Roth Delia Yvattles. Martha Parker. Front Row KL. to RJ Gary Green, ,lean Fornstedt, Alice Habegger, Nancy Hardy, Mr. Nickel. '-x ia. - l 4.31 ' - ff i, ., 5 . ? U 5, 4 2 , if 5 12' 11' ' 1. 21' xi " 4 .1 gg ffj. ' W pi 5 ' 2 ds- 5 ' li 1 ' -2 'Q he ' 1 . W I , ,, '-' 31 5.2 Q ., 1 fi 'i""'T7 L' E 52 L. to R.-Mr. Nickel fAdvisorD, Alice Habbegger fPresidentJ. 56 15 cz: Back Ron' KL. to RJ Don Leach. .lohn Strubhar, Steven Jacob, Gerald Peter- son. Bill Synclram, Ralph Scantlin. Middle Row KL. to RJ John Garner. Phil Ynterna. Dick Kelsey, Otha Arlen. Gary East. Front Row KL. lo RJ Roger Ringenlwerg. Jerilyn Weaver. Jim Noble. Y..-J Alpha Kappa Treasurer I. gf- Rrrclf Rm: fl.. In Rm Dave Ruli-'lg. Nlike Livingston. Rawnorul Nliller. Conlon Szwiirlz. Roger lloreheacl. lliffrllc R014 'L. io Ru Bliss Steiner. Sallx' Carr. lan 5cl1urn.1cl1er. Torn l.eh- man. Front Rim' ff.. to Ru Dave Rrown. Rail Kilmer. Rolvcrt llollowell. Roh Hollowell 1Pre-sidentv. Dr. Wei ' Gerig 1.-Xrlvisorr. Sally Carr 'Sen- J .f Booster Club V-1? "" " - . , .W 5A. -, A . , , t X Back Rozy KL. I0 RJ Gary Green, Peter Torry, Harry Hyde. Middle Row KL. lo RJ Cynthia Feight, Janice Beal, Sharon Horace, Dawn Sprik. Front Row KL. to RJ Brenda Moser, Linda Trail, Darlene Taylor, Lynn Holman, Doris Wehnes, Deena Smith. W . R . A . lWomen's Recreation Associationj l t fl -'l riff: 7 3 Hack Row fL. to RJ Rlfmfla Hartley, Carolyn Wright, Winifred Owen S, Glenda Fleming, Jennifer Rayle, Judith Tsukamoto. Front Row 58fL. lo RJ Di?-:ie White. Janice Abbott, Ruth Sprunger, Mary Secrist, Donna Richert, Dianne Breitigam. Rafi-'Af, HL. 1 2... Q, . , . R ' is -R a l l 0 M M.A. 1 lChris+ian and Missionary Alliancel ii K. M.C.A. lMissionarg Church Associalionl Back Ron' fL. lo RJ Tom Tucker. John Strubhar, Don Leach. Richard Bomer, Ken Plattner. .lliddle Ron' fL. to RJ Dave Brown, Dianna White- ford, Doris Vfehnes, Roger Binfgenberg. Fronl Ron' fL. to RJ Mr. Strubhar lAdvisorl. Janice Beal. Sandra Smith. Rose Goddard. Jane .-Xmstutz. S1 Back Row KL. to RJ Walter Hartley, Donna Rickert, Ruth Sprunger, Brenda Gisel, Linda Trail, Mike Mills. Front Row KL. to RJ Nancy Segraves, Lynn Avery, Pat Goldsmith, Betty Sams Ji A Back Row KL. to RJ Mr. Rowell fAdvisorl, John Hahegger. Judy Zimmerman. Lynn Becker. Janice Rowell, Bill Hull, Brenda Gisel. Front Row KL. to RJ Carol lxrocker, ,lean Ann Rupp, .l Charlene Rupp, Cheryl Roth, Mary Ellen Scherriek. L-J' E.M.C. Q Evangelical Mennoniie Clubl Jerald Rupp. im McDowell. 59 Chrisimas Dinner Soft f-ancile lighting and evergreen trimming provided the atmos- phere at the dinner. 'i Time out for zz fiifferent type of " I .74 !'.'Ufi'I. 'I eo X 1 .A I If 2 rf . , f I ,T V I Dr. Gerig brings evening devotional Z I V thought. . XX 'X u X? X DT- Gefig and the Speaker, MT- LCRO5' 4'You don't believe in leprechauns?" "See. Seni5rf" Sheveland. Far Awag Places . . . . . . Visiied A+ The Spring Banquei 61 I 4 and then the final presentation 64 Women's Chorus f.,l ' i x X ,Q X ' "v -.rr 0- ix xl ' , 1' err f , .., 0 - 1- '4 X . I 1 , A If I f , f 6 'xl V, ,. 3 y A K ' ' 1 if' -a,fe""r f - i I f if ,, . ..1--,qu-.2 ni Back Row KL. to RJ Beverly Shoemaker, Jennifer Hayle, Gaye Morand, Ruth Sprunger, Sharon Osborne, Donna Richert, Margaret Riegei. Front Row KL. lo RJ Miss Anderson fDirectorJ, Martha Elmore, Gloria Cox, Gail Parry. Mr. Gill, V S. Hynes directs the ureeffnta- tion of Hai 'elk Hlieesiahf fn ,j i Q ii? ir' ' I fSaN asf SX- E55 I x we ff' ,fri fghain PL. 4 - -"ip f 42.525 t FL I 'i !,. 11' ' ww- I 5 4 3 . 4-Q: ' 1 if ' 4 ,l,,,, j-324 -' a7y,,'?, ft . 1.4 95,42 .W 1, 11 17 .Ei ,ff 4 'R Y , , , 490 P004 on P004 on nu no N04 on nu no P004 no 5,0044 5 J off 7 o'0'o P004 000 nu 099 N04 on P004 Q00 P004 000 nu yn WV 5,Q'0 f SPIRITUAL 0'0'o PQQ4 000 V004 000 P004 000 PQQ4 000 r004 000 D004 000 'gag sg4 Q' P Spiritual Emphasis NIR. DAVE BREESE Christian Destiny, Inc. Wheaton, Illinois Speaker, First Semester. MR. EUGENE MCCEE Hope Church of Indianapolis, Indiana Speaker, Second Semester Chrisiian Service Office lil l l .rm -A M Lll Ti in Q .A F f f l :lm Miss Gerig and her friend who keeps her quite busy. 17' 'xv'-fAT.F::,-:a':'..i "1 X ' - Y X ,fi,4m:r1:?2 il 'i fi' g .30-Q Q -in . . nn, MiSS Joy Ge-rig. fDirector of CS. officer and Mi Marilyn Dissinger lSec. to Miss Cerigv. , . 1 ,. J' Time out from a busy schedule to relax and have 1 little fun. Ambassadors L. to R.-Phil Smith. Marsha Ringenberg, Shirley Car- penter. Sally Carr. Ron Heidelberg. 0' VT' . 5154 P .3 I M ,- 'iff U , 2 K 6. v.. XMI! Brass Ensemble Burk lion, IL. to lijfliruce Braun, Pamela Carey, llar-ha Ringer ltr-ry, lilanffharrl Amstutz. Reg Converse, NHTIVV Kirk. Kf:l'h Clough. Ron Heidelberg, Miss Lan- gfisfli tllirefgtora. fron! Hou' KL. lo RJ-lrene Ruehr. Phil frnill1.Cf:ralfl Xin-fir. 70 Gospe . 1,-' A rr M, , . , -:J K p V 4, '- 'J . :J , srl X .XYZ4 'X 'I li L il J 1 .1 " 61,2 1 V 7 1, Ia, . Singing Collegians Back Row KL. to RJ-Jackie Weber. Chuck Cameron, Shirley Mertz. 2nd Row KL. to RJ-Gaye Morand, Bill Armstronff, Richard Armstrong, Carol Roth. 3rj Row KL. 10 RJ-Connie Quackenbush, Jerald Rupp, Steve Schierling, Paula McAfee. Front Rou' KL. lo RJ-Linda Donelson, Reg Con- verse, Steve Thomas, Sara Nell Liech- tv. BHITIS ? Conquerors Back Ron' fL. to RJ-l.arry Salsburey. Bill Steiner. Dick Faust. Front Ron' IL. I0 HJ-Dan Hanea. Donna Blum. Drama Team L. to R.-Marla Selvidae. Yvavne Steiner, Dane Silva. John Habeg gar. Peter Torry, Teresa Northern. Girle' Trici KL. to RJ-Lbwena Cerig, Pegg' Sudenga. Sharon S Miller, Kathy McKean. rumpet rio I lo :Xl'l1lSfl'C'!'1g. Converse. .lay Platte. 7I f .yy X , , 5 474 ac? V WN 9 v 214, f"' 'z 'L 94 4 M 5 ' 2 v . , i i 2 ' f 7: 2 ww wwf: ff ff, f 7 if 3454 ZZ? 42217 yyf .14-7 1' 1 Hn MR. PALL E. LITTLE, Speaker at our annual Missionary Conference Mr. Don Ingram and Mr. Paul Little present a dialogue on Evangelism at S.1I.F.'s Friday night meeting. M -J' rye :. ,A 1 Youth Conference vc- sf' -- . A X -. un.-,. First activity: registration! De s I gn F0 r Hsmile, Chuck, you,ve got guests this weekend Tomorrow" -QL if 5 Invasion of high schoolersl 77 9' 1-K 'nj-Ia Maryellen Scherreik and Diana Hebner prepare for 1 , fl "f youth conference. , -eqvfffw Q --f p -v 'iff ik are ' 1 KWH Singing Collegians provided music for the high schoolers. E Jay Kesler. speaker for the weekend. Ernie Ceefay' yChairm.in Christian Ministries Retreat ':Arise. and go down to the potterls house, and there I will cause thee to hear my words. Then I went down to the potter's house, and behold, he wrought a Work on the wheels. And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter, so he made it again another vessel, as seemed good to the potter to make itf' -Jeremiah 18:2-4 DR. WES GERIG, Speaker DR. ED SIMPSON, f f Wil" Wf- a,,: fy 42' fi Q, it w gfzvfy A f 5' ' f -Q-64' fff:'?f'3"f , y7":'l A ' "' 7,1 yffgaf. 1, EQ 'V . f,.,,' Q. ,. 5'1m,:a, 7' L' ',f 31325 4:14.--9 ff -. 44 ' f'u,Aw,,f, ,, 4444? I '12 ', L f + ' LQ' " 6577e?'34ff?"21" f ,K ,: Y, I, gy 1 7 V,.,.l,!v 2 " 1 'Y f, .,f ,-g- :Eg .3 , . il!! fikf -f. f' f!QW'7?',,:F, f . f ' f m 4 4 W if ,. 11415,-1. " I lf f f i I 6-. I nz, ,f 1 fy f gif I fi I , . ,..,,,s 1 . Eff if , I gl 941 f4.f'f 1,1 f 'f fl 362 f 6 Speaker A .-sl 74.1- 'lm rf.- 'm "Q, . I, ,' '-7 V' f .,,, V . 1 .- 1 -- ur .fl ,- ' um .X 1 zgifffle ,FYASQA-yf' ' '--Luk ,5 Y. -, . '-', '.' - ' 'r - . ' U. -, 'v x:ffzvfs -mea - s-Qvwf. '14g.,.5,f,"' , 17. 5, - V. .. 5: N' f-,lens-e,.,' ",.'4,Sxg' , gif- 'f.S3E:57-'f V' fi 1 . 144 4-.4-' fr.-" 'rd-y,:,'.1-7 4.41, --4, -1,vjf. .. . - 'r,.f!"'-1-'-,fir iff'-,yu - -"1" Lk. 3' . 4"f?'Z5fQ. 'fa v' -. -:QrjfJi,:-93241-4-QT' ii", Q 'QFL-.fi-f'1 fifty. -'Pi' 4525322 . .4 '...,,,,n:, --.'..- 1 'Nr .. ' , :Q ' 1 1-riff: 73 1:1 V. JH?-f7J2f.a:' 1-- K -6 I-,4-.Y.3ii.jf.i-'Ai-,j,1QL - fu.. .A--,4 . 'Ur f ,.-. 3-,.,:gZ. ch.,-, .... :.3',rig:i"f,?'! 4. .,,,,.,, .nr .x .44,4 ,-. ' f'-'.'?v?fi2,2j's5y'fiffizx ' fvffvgsfi' 'i' E Y r,qg1gg3?f'?:.2jjfY "33,2'i'.. IE.. ,3,':.n, . .-,lm . 4 . x -'qt 'V v- t .g,.v4,. ,. 'Q .- 3, T C- H". Eiffga LEEE .5282 sf' 1' ' , .F 1 xq-, .i . M swf! an gr af' .-I' . ,.,, fwfr: -. .,N"'9" A . Q..-cg. .I-T H 11- O fx x Va ' X Nw , 1 , "' , af V Z7 "' I- If -.nf 25 'HWY f "Wa, 'J I' 49.4 I . ,. 'o fa 1.4 .532 woog Mm woog Nun Mm b oog M061 5 Sstl Q QE CLAS oooog Zooog 5ooog 5ooog oooog Zooog 5oooo 555t' oooog 5ooog 5ooog Qooog wa 42125 Nw V Senior week-End N, H lv-, XQ1 l - I 'ii-,- Xa. Senior-Parent Reception A--A , XA J? f Lynn Holman and Judy Mellender take part in Senior Chapel "Funniest thing, where did that spot come from?" nb. n-.. -... 423 jxftis-sul 0 -hu ' M, h fa. .-. M --, .-.. fa- ., Q f-5.-wg -. b'1n----. .-... -QL. -r pt...-........ 'rv-wr---in ---4. . Q.. 5'5- Y Baccalaureaie - -5:55512-qw-11-.-....-A . V ,.,. , ,E r 1,11 gf: 'ua ILA- R4 ,':.', ,,', , 'fu-A as-sri: l.va..'-wx!-rf.:.-E fi- ' pez .y. i' 91'-'1- rww sauna 5152 "1 -K U' 4. -5, 11 1931.14 5 1 3 -.1 Az' .'.,"- ', .' 'fi 9 .-5, lp. . Q1 no- - 91 emu- 1' g. wwf -J'-T Q , ,L .Y g, -- x n U, ..,, K 0 . I 1- "Only one more day and then D-Dayfu 8' iv- 1-sw ,gn xv---1 f.f,,k4-:FZ 3 5 -fa"',x-.-.K .ik 1 Hx i H fx 'fl QF: 1 ,U J 1 if tk Senior Class Officers RONALD YOUNT, President. , -.1 x-main-Lv., VY ,-.f1..., JOHN MOTTER, Chaplain K '. H., 1 nd SJW C - .J 90" 1 - , an ,A ,. is be s.i.m.a s - il- .. X is BILLIE BUTTS, Secretary DAVE ROTH, Vice President 1 ' V . 1' -Vp 'QI TN-,S-I, ly' 1 . 4 .Gr '- '4 J ' Y ,a nl., PM -"Ya a'.- W ' "- -. ' QV' xlffdx Sb' iff' Jacque Block Diane Allen Karen Basinger Giwk q,f' lx Judith Codner Barbara Coon f"' Billie Butts Mary Beth Cochran .Q 1' 41' . .Qin iw NS-1-' Donna Craft Arlene Dissinger I-Q-...Nxt X . c""-V L Q 'g Mary Ann Drake Janet Eicher . WN Martha Elmore Kay Falb Margaret DuPree alfx 15" H QQ 'DQR 1-Qs Jean Fornstedt James Frater Marjorie Gerber Alice Habegger Max Haines Cl 'N E Kr Ruth Gerber Rebecca Goldsmith Q 1 rig- Vx ki vii' " - 'E Wrx -,Ti 3' WB: W TR AN Nancy Hardy Lawrence Heidelberg K.. Joleen Herman Lynn Holman Stanley Inniger William Hunter, Jr. 0' gr? gl 'wt-91, if Robert Hollowell j-0-3 -5 -'va sv. 23 ..,. Judie Kane Phillip Logan inf Richard Lovestrand fm 'TS' Vivian Mead Beverly Mellott Roger Morehead X Judy Melleuder 1 4, f My 1-2 ' - EJ-"H : Eli vj:f D iv--:T LR 'P fi ,--1 Sue Morley John Motter I 9? '48-' Y'-Q Cj Q , Patricia Myer I c:r1"" David Osborne '59 al-,X wr'1"" WY fbi' .4"'I Kathleen Otstot Robert Parker Hn! ,414 'f'5M vox A -X if 'I- Nancy Naas -'mr -1, 'ls if Gail Parry Constance Peek Siam h 'Wk NYM? 16.6" Marilyn Richards n.,,z 1-,.,,-av Carolyn Ross David Roth '23 'la-".:Z? Carol Sabin Darrel Schierling ,aft -1" ' inf' ' 1"--v 149 f--Z , I -'-r Z..." Judith Sevall Keith Sholl ,af lv David Shoppy Sally Sonnenberg wa! 96"ff'! avg Roger Vorholzer Joanne Wagner v H, .J ax, I. 1- 'X , Glenda Snellbaker K 4r'!' N-x,! Ronald Walsh Sharon Walter Patricia Welty Charles Yingling I x Ronald Yount, Jr. Clarence Zimmerman Ruth Y oakam -Jr if 'uns- Bluiftonf Elementary Luke 1 :79 ff, Grace Bible MSF-A3f41 4 -, ' .' IACQUE BLGCK. Bllffald, New .York Pastoral Trainifi'-g Philippians 4:4 Moodllgible Institute Alpha 'Kappa 3, 43 BILLIE BUTTS ' 'Greel1wiHe, Elemerzxary Philippians CGMA 3: 2, 3, 4 MARY Delrt. Social Y uth ,fa M N, , ,,f ,J ,,fp,,.kQp1 4 ,, ' 4-g SEA K Club semble 2g leffians 3' s.5'5'r'i W' 'j --, , ,. S Q , M L -5- -L",--.:,. -, V 4-pf. . 1 zip WLQ- v- JOLEEN mm Brimfield, Illinois Elementary Ediugafion Phil. 4:13 .ff si-:A lg Youth ROBERT HOLLOWEIL Indianapolis, Indiana Bible Kc Theology Indiana State University C8zMA 2, Alpha Kappa 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3 ALTA LYNN HOLMAN Newark, Ohio Christian Education Proverbs 15:15 Booster Club I, 2, 3, 45 Light Tower 3, Student Voice Editor 45 Student Council 4 ' WILLIAM HUNTER., IR. Phoenix, Arizona Missions Psalm 37:4 Taylor University Baseball 1, 2, 3g T Club 1, 2, Football 23 SMF 4 STANLEY INNIGER Berne, Indiana Missions Matthew 9:29b Taylor University Basketball 1, 2, 33 MCA 1, 2, 35 Dorm President 4 JUDIE KANE Erie, Pennsylvania 's Christian Education and Secretarial Science Edinboro State College International Business College SEA 15 Light Tower 4 PHILLIP LEE LOGAN Royal Oak, Michigan Missions' Rorhans 8:38 13 Gospel Team 2, 33 Circle K 2g MCA Club 2, SMF Ensemble 33 Alpha Kappa 3: Alpha Kappa V.. .3 RICHARD LOVESTRAND Minneapolis, Minnesota Elementary Eduvalion. Psalms 32:8 Fellowship Bible Institute 1, 2, 3, Dorm Advisor 1, 2, 3, Gospel Team 3 . H ,,,2,,-I, ,, 2 I , ,-'-,mga ,. 5 14, ,V L G4 , T 7 '-il a32!ffZ3,gg,1f,I 41 ' -za-.,Z'?'f44ffz3 ybgf-Y ff, ig 32' f4q,'?f9?w'Q1'g nyflf " if ju, , . , , 7 4 . M71 ' '41, ' X ,, I ,f,4..,,.,' , .1 Q , wb? " 4, 7.2, .W Af s X 'G- A f-Win" f v ff'?5'f J 4 QU. , F .xg as ,,1, g 'Q 6 A ,Q ,O . V' L K, Q fi k . I it R, XXV ' 4 A ,wvw qgmvwwgghf' 5, Q W- ng. ,, t 'aw W., X lx tell v Freshman Class Janet Abbott Wesley Adell Katha Allen Blanchard Amstutz Jane Amstutz Terry Baer Zita Baldwin Carol Barrett Barbara Barton Janice Beal Darienne Beitler Barbara Bell Donna Blum Danny Boone Bruce Braun 112' .pf -r" -lie nf ,LI af V' ' Cf ' 1 ,il . B" an , V . . , ,gi 1 9 .jf 1' "' 1 , , 71 Xi Y-rv K 3 ii M .3 ng V . I - . ix Wx, , . I X F ,rf ,111 . , n, ' ,uf 'M 5 ' 4. 1 . V . ' X ' 2449 of 3 e f., , vw wr- 1 in A 'all' A , Mj'Q'M ,- .A -1 Dianne Breitigam Coni Breon Janie Burris Chuck Cameron Pamela Carey Evelyn Claassen Barbara Clark Keith Clough Lorraine Congos Judy Courtney Marsha Deel Marcia Dirks Sharyl Doenges Linda Donelson Dennis Eisele gy- ,.. , x 3 rv 1 3 . x s EJ ,+ f if X ig A Q! 4,4 x, - 0- ' -1: , N41 K 4 .. . .,. 5 , X ku A 4 x, f r ,A T A nf- Arleta Enbom William Enslen Cynthia Feight Shirley Fisher Glenda Fleming Martha Foster Linda Freeman Judith Gaerte Larry Calanta Martha Gardner Lowena Gerig Brenda Gisel Rose Goddard Patsy Goldsmith Laurel Gottsc-halk Bruce Gramling Jayne Creenhood Elaine Cregorieff John Halwecger Ronald Halwig Judy Hakes Lynn Hanni JOYCE Hfild lola Ll,-will -2-K 4' ,ns- 'Qu Charles Hirschy Peggy Horn Glen Howard Connie Hughes Kathleen Hughes Kay Hunter Harry Hyde Peggy Johnson Janet Karst Eunice Keifer Bette Klea Sandra Klopfens Jane Krorn Linda Kuhnle James Langham ll' 1 W3 fe. , 41. ,Q,..,, -44.31 e, 4 W , -4 J J' tem 4 l. it L All , ,R ,1 . W 1 lx l la lr: .. l a P 1 s x Y x , "A 11 -m Q Linda Larson John Lehman Marjorie Lehman Nanci' Linrllancl Php llis Loving Karen l.ur-as Martha Nlarhaugh Paula llarkey Paula llc,-Xfee Kathy llc-Kean Nancy' Nlcliee Fred Nleisenheimer Particia Hiller Sharon Hiller Marilyn Minton l ne-x ei th u lit LL lle re would he like thi I I S flu 62 .f , Danny Pettit David Plummer Randolph Ramsey Charlene Rashley Jennifer Rayle Joanne Reichow David Richardson Donna Richert Charles Rogers Marjorie Rosenblum Carol Roth Janice Rowell Gaye Morand Judith Murray Thomas Norquist Teresa Northern Nancy Oetzel Norman Okasako Martha Orndorff Michael Osborne Winifred Owens Paul Patton Michael Penningt Steven Peters Q fa ie Mary Secrist Nancy Segraves Marla Selviclge Linda Shamel Bruce Sheldon Beverly Shoemaker Dane Silva Shirley Simcheck Darrel Simon Sandra Smith l ' Sharon Rucker David Ruehr Jerald Rupp Rebecca Rusher Thomas Rust Larry Salsburey Stephen Schierlin Barbara Schweer Daniel Snyder Janice Solclner Patty Soinmers Linda Sonnenber Dawn Sprik Ruth Sprunger Wvayne Steiner Willard Steiner 1xl'1"5 f , ,'lV, ,I . Q 'WN , F1 i n Q 'li'l'll ,V if nr J' Vernon Stelzer Patricia Stone Peggy Sudenga Stephen Tandy Peter Torry Judith Tsukamoto Randall Walker Anita Warner Delia Wattles Dixie White Samuel Williams Larry Wilson Carolyn Wright Sharon Yeaton Mark Yorgey Sophomore Class Vw President- Vice President- ROGER RINGENBERG KEN PLAITXER 1-J Secretary- NOEL RUPP . -. ff". I -Eff-I ' 1 Treasurer- Clmpldin- PHILIP YNTEMA RICHARD KELSEY IOS 'li 5 C.I'j ,v K ,-,- r tr .,...-v H' ...I 45 ffl P'-Q 5.1 N X ,V , i I , 15 V4 Gs 'll s, ,715 ff - ,- v---r X . 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L 'ff it 2, 1 ,sa 29' wfejb' 5-X x--ff' ,ox 1 ...dl .,. 7 'WUI any ass 5 ', I' 191 Q fr 1 x P Q Steiner, Stanley , ' Stewart, Mary f1'f 'Q-1151. sf Q 1 ,. ,.11"fH L ' 1 VN QQ?-'J I 'tv xv, Ti "JV" an I7 -f Strubhar, John ,AZ VanSkyock, lVlarvina Vollmar, Constance Walrath, John Nl l J I 4 K? it AA 1 -, Y' Hg- at Worden, Nancy Young, Juanita Zimmerman, Judy Sweeney, Ruth Taylor, Darlene Thistle, Pat Tinsley, George Weber, Jacqueline Wehnes, Doris Williams, Barbara Winn, Cindy IN MEMORIAM ,ig 4,- ' l would not have you grieve tor me today Nor weep beside my vacant chair Could you but know my daily portion here You would not, could not, wish me there. l know now why l-le said, "Ear hath not heard" l have no words, no alphabet, Or even it l had, l DARE not tell Because you could not hear it yet. So only this-l am the same, though changed Like l-limi A ioy more rich and strong Than l had dreamed that any heart could hold And all my lite is one glad song. Sometimes when you are talking to our Lord l-le turns and speaks to me. . .dear heart, ln that rare moment, you and l are lust ' The distance ot a word apart! And so my loved ones, do not grieve tor me Around the tamily board today, instead, reioice, tor we are one in Him, And so l am not tar away. by Martha Snell Nicholson l -Z --'-'?'iXs f' -.,-17' I f X ff fQf f 2 ,, -A Robert Wlteat '64 .. T W-Llllll t - ' . s NO, The fact i th e ttt ll heat 04 because f th' S .GT fheY longed for Q b ff pared fo? h is faith ot' theirs, God is note ef Country altogether, nothin Ie T em C' Qty- H b ashamed 'O be called their G23 rss Than G llecvefiiy one And - e rews ll:i6 O , or in sober truth he img pre- J' B' Phlllll-95 Translation QVQ P004 on V004 on nu on mu on nu no nu no gow 5 J vff r ADVERTISING o Q34 4 0 0 V34 v 4 Q 4 9 4 4 Vow v o Q 4 9495 0 Q 0 4 0 o 4 S o 0 f,Q'0 f 090 P001 000 P004 000 P904 000 P004 000 r004 000 P004 pn ON sg! tv THE MISSIONARY CLASS of '67 CHURCH AssoclA TI0N 141 VO" p att T0 'glezve' fl' fffay We .ge .VGTVMQ To you FIRST MISSIONARY CHURCH I ACROSS THE STREET WARMLY WELCOMES YOU WORSHIP WITH US WHENEVER POSSIBLE New Educaiional Building under consi' I Proposed new Sancfuary. XX 1 Rev. Cornelius Vloi-Paslor Thomas K. Zehr-Minisler of Music and Visilalion Augusl' C. Enderlin-Minisler of Chrislian Educalion MR. VLOT SUNDAY SERVICES 9:30 a.m. Sunday School I0:35 a.m. Worship Service 6:I5 pm. Fellowship I-lour 7:00 p.m. Evangelislic I-lour MIDWEEK SERVICE 7:30 p.m. Wednesday RADIO PROGRAM 7:30 a.m. Sundays on WOWO "The Missionary Hour" Complimen'I's of MENU MEATS, INC. 2506 Broadway For'r Wayne, Indiana "SINCERE coNeRATuLATloNs sENloRs!" NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY CHURCH 736 Lillian Avenue Forl' Wayne, Indiana 46808 Paslor: George W. Nanh THE CURDES AVENUE MISSIONARY CHURCH . . inviles you Io allend and gives you I'l'IG opporlunily +o serve." Curdes and Carew, N.E. For'I' Wayne, Ind. Pasior Bliss Sfeiner ffggy 4 More than 1,250 Churches at Home! ' Nearly 900 Mz'ssz'o1zarz'es Orersens Qffgff I f TY 1 The ALLIANCE Has a Place of S6l'Zfl.C6 for YOU! C 3 GREETINGS AND CONGRATULATIONS in fhf Class If 1967 From H10 Ojj'iCcrs and fha Infm'nat1'0naIHfarIqua1'fcr.s of THE CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE THE HOIXIE, FOREIGN, FINANCE AND EDUCATION DEPARTBIENTSQ THE OFFICE OF THE ALLIANCE VVITNESSQ THE PUBLICATIONS COBIBIITTEE 260 VVE-st 4-ith Street New York, New York 10036 1 In Canada: 1634 B' f A ue, Toronto 17, Ontario . . mstutz nsurcmce gency Amsrurz IISURAIICQQQCY x-, LIFE ' BUSINESS ' PERSONAL SERVICE 3109 south Calhoun street - Fort wayne, Indiana 46307 Pho e 744 2335 PLEASURE AVALON MISSIONARY CHURCH W Home Church fo Many FWBC S+uden+s .5 ' 5' Q, c Q, ,xr X N ON 3.1 ,.,. 'EJ T , GV. G xi' i Y ' Truman R 'FQRQIOSI A I r .. 4 Goffschallr, IE AT 'H ,X . N X Pasfor U . QUALIW ,.:,f.,-- . ff I 3 L gmmzol' fs II 3 L 1, Ar, ':'I 3 A 7I20 Premier Drive ON S IZI The grass wi+l1ers +l1e 'Flower 'faclesg Bu'l' ihe word of our God will sfand forever Isaiah 40:8 Congratulations Seniors! CLASS OF '69 SENIORS ..'f, 5: - it i 7 x 4 Q' There ii' is, fhe church of fo- morrow. Noi exacfly Gofhic, is if? This generafion is ac- celerafing 'fasfer ihan any oiher has or could. Problems. needs, mefhods and fads ar- rive. pass fhrough fheir sfages, and burn ouf as fasf as fhis roclxef. Chrisi' compels us fo be aware. Seniors! This is your day. Whai' are you going 'l'o do abouf if? rgruh Congra'ruIa'l'ions! Class of '67. WEST MISSIONARY CHURCH Berne, Indiana Rev. Frank K. Arms'I'rong Pasior Max D. Wanner You'rI'I 84 Music Direcior IF Irs WORTH PAINTING IT'S WORTH QUALITY Q AI' 'c:: W ' J W Available al' HAFFNER PAINT CO N. CIin1'on ai' Spy Run Fori' Wayne, Indiana Phone 483-05I I Congra+uIa+ions I967! THE CONFERENCE OF EVANGELICAL MENNONITE CHURCHES Our Service Oppor1'uni+ies Are Open 'I'o You. Harvey R. Driver, Exec.-Secrelary William T. Pauley, Direcfor of Chrisiian Educafion 3 I00 Addison Ave., Forf Wayne, Ind. Bes'r Wishes, Seniors C. H. FLECK Wholesale Candies, Disfribufor Grabill, Indiana WAYNEDALE LUMBER 81 SUPPLY COMPANY 3300 Lower Hunfingfon Road ,iilgh Fori' Wayne, Indiana f Wm IIAI'IIIIII I f ,.T" 1 I ' IIIIIWIJIIIII IIIIIIgIiIRRI'EIII:aII9lI . , ' II 1 , M- .,.. , 2- ' I W Ph 747-4102 W -5-M IV! Y' I uh one "0 MATERIAL DF MERIT0 I24 wmsem, 6'-2 7?67 Um aewe: 374, .4075 Om malta: T0 KNOW T0 LOVE Wm TO SERVE gf ,A .. hen you want a fine portrait To Record Forever Wifh Charm and Dignify +he lmpor'l'an+ Evenfs of Your Life Come +0 'rhe Pho+ograph Srudio of Your Official Phofographer . . WOLF 81 DESSAUER CLASS OF I96 You have our sincere congratulations. Your graduation is really iust Your COMMENCEMENT - the commencement E Q I James Johnson, President Fort Wayne Bible College Alumni Association Freshmen Abbott, Janet 58, 98 Adell, F, Wesley 98 Allen, Katha 98 Amstutz, Blanchard 70, 71, 98 Amstutz, Jane 59, 98 Baer, Terry 59, 98 Babler, Mabel 34 Baldwin, Zita 98 Ballenti1ie,Williani 49 Barrett, Carol 98 Barton, Barbara 98 Baxter, Richard Beal, Janice 58, 59, 98 Beitler, Darienne 98 Bell, Barbara 98 Bemer, Rebecca Blum, Donna 71, 98 Boone, Danny 98 Braun. Bruce 70, 98 Breitigam, Dianne 58, 98 Breon, Coni 98 Burris, Janie 98 Cameron. Charles 70. 74. 98 Carey, Pamela 70, 98 Claassen, Evelyn 98 Clark, Barbara 98 Clenney. Donald Clough. Keith 70, 98 Congos. Lorraine 98 Cook, Philip Courtney. Judy C IZ8 Deel, Marsha 98 Dirks, Marcia 71, 98 Doenges, Sharyl 56, 98 Doerschuk, Lynn Donelson, Linda 70, 98 Eisele, Dennis 98 Enbom, Arleta 99 Enslen, William 99 Feight, Cynthia 42, 58, 99 Fisher, Shirley 99 F leming, Glenda 58, 99 Foster, Martha 99 Freeman, Linda 99 Gaerte, Judith 99 Galanta, Larry 43, 99 Gardner, Martha 99 Gerig, Lowena 7l, 99 Gisel, Brenda 59, 99 Goddard, Rose 59, 99 Goldsmith, Patsy 42, 99 Gonzales, Maria Gottschalk, Laurel 99 Gramling, Bruce 99 Greenhood, Jayne 42, 99 Gregorieff, Elaine 56, 99 Habegger, John 59, 71, 99 Habig, Ronald 99 Hakes, Judy 99 Hanni, Lynn 99 Harless, Robert 49 Head, Joyce 99 Hewitt, Iola 99 Hirons, Bud 44 Hi rschy, Charles 100 Horn, Peggy 100 Howard, Glen 100 Hughes, Connie 100 Hughes, Kathleen 100 Hunter, H. Kay 100 Hyde, Harry 58, 100 Johnson, Peggy 100 Kanagy, Ronald Karst, Janet 100 Keifer, Eunice 100 Klea, Bette 100 Klopfenstein, Sandra 100 Krom, Jane 100 Kulmle, Linda 100 Langham, James 100 Larson, Linda 101 Lehman, John 101 Lehman, Marjorie 101 Lindland, Nancy 55, 101 Littrell, James Loving, Phyllis 101 Lucas, Karen 101 Marbaugh, Martha 101 Markey, Paula 101 McAfee, Paula 70, 101 McKean, Kathy 101 McKee, Nancy 71, 101 Meisenheimer, Fred 101 Miller, Patricia 101 Miller, Sharon 71, 101 Mills, Ronald 44 Minton, Marilyn 101 Morand, Gaye 64 ,70, 102 Moser, Michael Murray, Judith 102 Norquist, Thomas 44, 102 Northern, Teresa 102 Oetzel, Nancy 102 Okasako, Norman 43, 102 Orndorff, Martha 102 Osborne, Michael 102 Owens, Winifred 58. 102 Oxenrider, Jack Patton, Paul 102 Pennington, Michael 102 Peters, Steven 102 Pettit, Danny 102 Plummer, David 102 Ramsey, Randolph 102 Rashley, Charlene 102 Hayle, Jennifer 58. 64. 102 fa . gg. F l..z'x . px-+A' Reichow, Joanne 102 Richardson, David 102 Rickert, Donna 58, 59, 64, 102 Rodocker, Diane Roe, Linda Rogers, Charles 47, 49, 102 Rosenblum, Marjorie 102 Roth, Carol 70, 102 Rowell, Janice 59, 102 Rucker, Sharon 103 Ruehr, David 103 Rupp, Jerald 59, 70, 103 Rusher, Rebecca 108 Rust, Thomas 44, 49, 103 Salsburey, Larry 71, 103 Schierling, Stephen 70, 103 Schweer, Barbara 103 Secrist, Mary 58, 103 Segraves, Nancy 59, 103 Selvidge, Marla 71, 103 Shamel, Linda 103 Sheldon, Bruce 43, 103 Shoemaker, Beverly 64, 103 Silva, Dane 71, 103 Simcheckg' Shirley 103 Simon, Darrel 103 Smith, Sandra 55, 56, 59, 103 Snyder, Daniel 103 Soldner, Janice 103 Sommers, Patty 103 Sonn' vberg, Linda 103 Sovine, C ' Sprik, Dawn 103 Sprunger, Ruth ,, 39, 64, 103 Steiner, Wayne 55, 71, 103 Steiner, Willard 71, 103 Stelzer, Vernon 104 Stone, Patricia 104 Stubbs, Ted Sudenga, Peggy 71, 104 Tandy, Stephen 104 Torry, Peter 58, 71, 104 Tsukamoto, .ludith 58, 104 Turner, Charles Unruh, Cynthia Walker, Randall 47, 48, 55, 104 Wamer, Anita 104 Wattles, Delia 56, 104 Weidner, Samuel White, Dixie 58, 104 Wiederkehr, Karen Wiggin, Patricia Williams, Samuel 44, 104 Williamson, lnez Wilson, Larry 104 Wolf, Herbert Wright, Carolyn 58, 104 Yeaton, Sharon 104 Yorgey, Mark 104 Qophomores Ablan, Hermenegilda 106 Aden, Otha 57 Alejandro, Wilfred 106 Anderson, Marcia Armstrong, Richard 70, 106 Armstrong, William 70, 71, 106 Bailey, Margaret 106 Beitler, Sharon 106 Black, Marilyn Bomer, Richard 59, 106 Bopp, Barbara 106 Bowers, Dennis 106 Brading, Patricia 106 Bristol. Susan Brown, Stephen 106 Buckels, Naomi 106 Burns, Peggy 106 ,pf Cline, Thomas Converse, Reginald 70, 71, 106 Cox, Gloria 64 Craig, Willard 106 Crosier, Glen 106 Dailey, Norman Dekker, Sharon 106 Dunlap, Jerry 43, 44, 49 Edgar, Joyce 106 Eicher, Margie Eicher, Sandra 106 Foust, Dick 8, 71, 72, 106 Fox, Connie 106 Garner, John 55, 57, 106 Geihle, Connie 106 Gerig, Janet Gray, Judith 106 Hamilton, Andrew 107 Hanes, Dan 47, 48. 54. 71. 107 Haney, Patrick Harsh. Daniel Hartley. Walter 59 Hebner. Diana 74. 107 Haller. Sharon Hewes. Tamra 107 Hohhs. David 107 Holsinger. Phyllis 107 Horace. Sharon -12. 58. 107 Houdeshell, Donovan 107 H rrri ter. Janice 107 Hutchison. Patricia 55. 107 Jacob. Steven 57. 107 Johnson, Judith 107 Kaspersen, Lillian 107 Keith, Belinda 107 Kelsey, Richard 55, 57, Klotzbach, Noel Krocker, Carol 59, 107 Kuhnle, Marsha 107 Kyrk, Nancy 70, 107 Leach, Donald 44, 45, 4 Leightner, Anne 107 Libby, Doris 107 Lieehty, Sara 20, 107 Little, Diana Mansfield, Barbara 107 105 6, 57, 59, 107 McConeghy, Helen 55, 56, 107 McCune, Nancy 108 McDowell, Donald McDowell, James 59, 108 McIntosh, Helen 108 Merillat, Peggy 56, 108 Michael, Phillip Miller, Raymond 57, 108 Mills, Michael 44, 45, 46, Morrison, Marcia 108 Moser, J eray 108 Myers, Leonard 108 Nidlinger, Pamela 108 Oglesbee, John Ornelas, Robert 49, 108 Osborne, Sharon 64, 108 Oswalt, Sandra 108 Padgett, Mary 108 Paris, Patricia Plattner, Ken 59, 105 Porter, Daniel Pyles, Elizabeth 108 Richwine, John 108 Riegel, Margaret 64, 108 59, 108 Ringenberg, Marsha 70, 108 Ringenberg, Roger 44, 49, 50, 57, 59, 105 Robles, Abel Ross, B. Steven Rost, Linda 108 Roth, Cheryl 59, 108 Rupp, Charlene 59, 108 Rupp, John 108 Rupp, Noel 55, 105 Sams, Betty 59, 109 Scantlin, Ralph 57 'if' Schaffner, Lynette 109 Scherreik, Maryellen 59, 74, 109 Shaughnessy, R. Patrick 109 Sherman, Roger Short, Frank 109 Sintay, Irene 109 Smith, Deena 42, 58, 109 Smith, Phillip 70, 109 Speicher, Shirley Spence, Cheryle 109 Stauffer, Allan Stone, Rod 41, 109 Susko, Marvin Thomas, Steven 54, 70, 109 Trail, Linda 58, 59, 109 Tucker, Jay 59, 109 Tucker, Linda 109 Vulgamore, Paul 109 Weaver, .lerilyn 57, 109 Whiteford, Dianna 55, 59, 109 Willis, Ralph 109 Williamson, Christopher 109 Winkler, Judy 109 Worley, Ronald Wymer, Ralph 109 Yntema, Philip 57, 105 Zeikle, Alhert Juniors Alexander, lon 41, 44, 47, 5 Avery, Marilyn 59, 111 Bagshaw, Richard 110 Bailey, Thomas 111 Becker, Lynn 59, 111 Breiner, Susan 111 Brown, David 54, 57, 59. 72 Bush, Phyllis 111 Carlson, Linda 111 Carpenter, Shirley 70, 111 Carr, Sarah 57, 70, 110 Cecil, Earl 110 Chapman, Phyllis 111 Diller. Ray'mond 111 Dodd. Judy 111 Dunn. Linda 111 East. Gary 57. 111 Emery. Marie 111 Ceefay. Ernest 75. 111 Goodman. Nancy 111 Green. Gary 55. 56. 58. 111 Hall. Carolyn 111 Hamilton. Judy 111 Harmon. Harold 111 Harris. Phil 111 Harrold, Cary 4, 111 ,111 Hartley, Rhoda 56, 58, 111 Hartman, Elizabeth 111 Hatcher, Harold Havens, Gary Haycock, llois 110 Heidelberg, Ronald' 70 Hiebert, Warren 72, 112 Hochmuth, S. Carol 112 Holovar, Noretta 112 Hood, Daniel 49, 50, 54, 112 Houdeshell, Joan 112 Hughs, Herb 112 Hull, Wilton 10, 59, 112 Hullinger, James Inman, Helen 112 Inouye, Gary JoneS, Janet 112 Keifer, George 72, 112 Kilmer, Barbara 57, 112 Kingrey, John Kitson, Barbara 112 Kuhnle, Carol 112 Larkins, Janice Lehman, Thomas 57, 112 Livingston, Gilbert 57, 112 Luginbill, Dolores 112 Mansfield, Violet Mansker, Lonna 112 Maslin, Carolyn 112 McGuire, Barbara 112 Mertz, Shirley 70, 112 Moser, Brenda 42, 58, 112 Moser, Gerald 70, 112 Murray, Dorothy 113 Nesseth, Richard Noble, James 43, 44, 57, 113 Otstot, Charles 113 Parker, Eleanor 113 Parker, Martha 56, 113 Pavlick, David 57, 113 Peterson, Gerald 57, 113 Phillips, Martha 55, 113 Platte, Jay 71, 113 Quackenbush, Constance 70, 113 Quick, Garold 113 Ragle, William 49 Rathjen, Carolyn Rice, Verlin 113 Robinson, Linda 72, 113 Robles, John 47, 48, 49 Roth, Judy 56, 113 Ruehr, Edythe 70 Rupp, Jean 59, 113 Schumacher, Janice 57, 113 Sevall, Jon 113 Sintay, Lillian 113 Smith, Gordon 18, 57, 113 Smith, Mary Snider, Joseph 113 Steiner, Stanley 114 Stewart, Mary 114 Strubhar, John 57, 59, 114 Sweeney, Ruth 114 Syndram, William 57, 110 Taylor, Darlene 58, 114 Thistle, Pat 114 Tinsley, George 114 VanSkyock, Marvina 114 Vollmar, Constance 114 Walrath, John 114 Weber, Jacqueline 70, 114 Wehnes, Doris 58, 59, 114 Williams, Barbara 114 Winn, Lucinda 114 Worden, Nancy 114 Zimmerman, Judy 59, 114 Seniors Allen, Diane 85 Basinger, Karen 85 Block, H. Jacque 85 Butts, Billie 84, 85 Cochran, Mary B. 85 Codner, Judith 85 Coon, Barbara 85 Craft, Donna A. 54, 55, 86 Dissinger, Arlene 86 Drake, Mary Ann 86 DuPree, Margaret 86 Eicher, C. Janet 86 Elmore, Martha 86 Falb, Kay 86 Fornstedt, C. Jean 54, 56, 87 Frater, James 87 Gerber, Marjorie 87 Gerber, Ruth 54, 87 Goldsmith, Rebecca 87 Grear, Vivian I . Habegger, Alice 56, 87 Haines, Max 54, 87 Hardy, Nancy 56, 87 Heidelberg, Lawrence 54, 88 Herman, Joleen 88 Hollowell, Robert 57. 87 Holman, Lynn 55, 80, 83. 88 lnniger, Stanley 88 Isch, Paulette Kane, .ludith 89 Logan, Phillip 89 Lovestrand. Richard 89 Mead. Vivian 89 Mellender. Judy 72. 80. 89 Mellott. Beverly 89 Morehead. Roger 51. 57. 89 Morley. Sue 90 Motter, John 72, 84, 90 Myer, Patricia 54, 90 Naas, Nancy 90 Nichols, Bernice Osborne, David 72, 90 Otstot, Kathleen 90 Parker, Robert 90 Parry, Gail 64, 91 Peek, Const ance 91 Perry, Robert Rashley, Donald Richards, Marilyn 91 Ross, Carolyn 91 Roth, David 84, 91 Sabin, Carol 91 Schierling, Darrel 91 Sholl, Keith 92 Sholl, Marlene Shoppy, David 92 Snellbaker, Glenda 92 Vorholzer, Roger 72, 92 Vorse, Eileen Wagner, Joanne 92 Walsh, Ronald 93 Walter, Sh aron 93 Welty, Patricia 93 Yingling, Charles 93 Yoakam, Ruth 93 Yount, Ronald 72, 84, 93 Zimmerman, Clarence 82, 93 Faculty 8: Staff Facultg Andersen, Marilyn C. 29, 32, 64 Conrad, Eunice J. 4, 5 Ehlke, Edith 29 Eicher, Cyril H. 20, 29, 54 Elmer, Richard M. 29 Gallagher, Ralph A. 29, 30 Gerig, Ira A. 29, 31 Gerig, Jared F. 18,23, 60, 61, 82 Gerig, .loy M. 23, 69 Gerig, Wesley L. 23, 24, 57, 76 Gould, Nelson F., Sr. 29, 30 Hoatson, Grant C. 29, 55 Hovee, Gene H. 24 Hynes, Gilbert S. 64 Klopfenstein, Weldon O. 23 Langosch, Marlene 29, 65, 70 Lutton, D onna 21 Macklin, Mrs. Helen 29 Morley, Oswald H. 26, 29, 31, 44, 49, 51 Nickel, Ted D. 29, 30, 56 Pippin, D. Leon 30 Reynolds, Melvin F. 29, 30, 31, 54 82 Rowell, Willard A. 21, 23, 25, 59 Runyon, Lawrence V. 33 Rupp, Andrew M. 23, 25, 72 Simpson, Edward D. 9, 20, 22, 26, 76 Simpson, Mrs. Frances F. 23, 27 Soden, M. Elmer 29, 62 Strubhar, Robert C. 23, 59 Warner, Timothy M. 23 Weddle, Forest 28, 33, 81 Welty, Herald J. 23 Widder, Wayne A. 23 Staff Andrews, Bonnie L. 21, 34 Artoux, Mrs. Margaret Barnhardt, Saundra Beitler, Mrs. Theda W. 34 Brandenburg, Samuel O. 34 Bueschlen, Wava 34 Carey, Mrs. Vilena Carney, Mrs. Martha 34 Cox, Mrs. Irene Dafforn, Mrs. Freeda M. 34 Dissinger, Marilyn 34, 69 Celdien, Mrs. Judy R. 34 Gilliland, Beverly Ann 34 Hake, Mrs. Alma M. 34 Hake, Orlys V. 34 Hostetler, Treva 34 Isaac, Adelle 34 Lucas, Mrs. Alberta 34 MayerS, Joan 34 Meisenheimer, Mrs. Carolyn 34 Morehead, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Morley, Mrs. Virginia M. 35 Mosier, Linda Lou 27, 35 Nantz, Victor L. 35 Neuenschwander, Ann 35 Ornelas, Mrs. Jeneen 35 Oyer, Noah N. 35 Popps, Mrs. Marie N. 35 Ranes, Harold W. 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