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

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' ,lggzwiifigizfei ii3g.f1.LgfgwfZj-:25.'+2Tig f T .:-, if ' ft., 4'-91,1 '.-f-f4smf.4,,r..-,,Q..Q'.4fg.-gf e-.J ?,,f'1.-ka-4. :fue ,q .: .- ' -f-.fs 3. my '-.,,4'f--3' 'al' fp, ka-Y X-2 Q- --- .'F'i-IL,-A tvi -. A Q. 1' ' x-. 1.- H ."q"x . - ', f 3" P- ' f.9."",-4 4 , . -"Li:-. . ',-'-,, -, . . -f . '757'C:f'5X-ggi '?'3J3?i'i53w"gi?Lf4547f1,fi:5'.fi - -fbi-xii'-If-n?1 " i 'T F-9'i-C-ug-Ti.,3'?ud . nlSu1t',-.'a'f.'i iff-, - ,r ' Q-.".f1'Sfi-f,-I' ADMINIS TRA TIO From the governing board. to the deans. to the heads of staff, the administration of Fort Wayne Bible College plays a vital part in making it stand on the Lord's side. Coordinating and planning all areas of life. these people see that our social. mental, physical. and spiritual activities are in tune with l-lim. The Governing Board fo .-1-r wp' VIRGIL W. AMSTUTZ WILLIAM J. BICKET MARK BURGESS DONALD P. CHASE 10" iq- PAUL A. ERDEL DALE O. FERRIER KENNETH E. GEIGER TILLMAN HABEGGER A,-f JOSEPH H, KIMBEL VIRGIL R. LOUGHEED CARL W. MILLER STANLEY L. MILLER VERNON J. PETERSEN EZRA STEINER JOHN G. STUCKY ROBERT THOMPSON J. FRANCIS CHASE BURL A. KEENER MILO D. NUSSBAUM NOT PICTURED FORREST BALSIGER JAMES N. BELTZ WILLIAM F. BRYAN ROY D. RAMSEYER In Special Recognition to CLYDE TAYLOR for twenty years of service. At the dinner. Dr. Taylor's daughter Darlene. gave him a "Snoopy" because he somehow found out about this "surprise" dinner before it happened! I3 Here, at the N.A.E. banquet held in his honor, he and his wife talk with Mrs. Arthur Climenhaga. Every now and then, a strong. dedicated man comes along-one who is not afraid of work and responsibility. C. W. Taylor has given twenty years as an active member of the Fort Wayne Bible College Governing Board. Not only has he faithfully served our school for these years. but Dr. Taylor has also completed twenty-five years of service in the nation's capitol on behalf of evangelicals. We as a college feel it a privilege and a distinct honor to have such a versatile and responsible man on our governing board. We. the student body would like to thank him for his service. and for maintaining a life-long stand for Christ. Truly. Clyde W. Taylor is a man whois on the Lord's side. President Gerig Dr. Jared F, Gerig has given his abilities and talents to the office of the president since 1955. With an ever growing fulfillment, Dr. Gerig has helped to develop Fort Wayne Bible College into one of the outstanding Bible colleges in the nation. He has maintained a distinctive approach to higher education, founded in the Scriptures. His experience as a teacher, pastor, educator, and administrator have led Dr. Gerig into his present ministry. Dr. Jared F. Gerig has the depth of spirit and warmth of heart of a mature man ot God, who continues to be a source of guidance. He has been a president who has "served the King with other lives to bring." I4 Dean Warner Dr. Timothy Warner has dedicated himself to the providing of Fort Wayne Bible College with an excellence in education, and to the developing of the total student within a well balanced college program. Using his talents as an administrator and educator, he has sought to lead the college to a fuller development of its Biblically based philosophy of education. His work in the Missions Department. Student Missionary Fellowship, and other activities, proves his interest in meaningful involvement. He has given guidance to the faculty, Missions Department, individual student, and to the entire student body. He is a dedicated man who is on the Lord's side, and continues to use his talents and abilities to create a continually improving education. The "band tour narrator" shows his more serious side! A man of many talents, he performs his opera, "Old Mother Hubbard." The Administration Jared F. Gerig President Timothy M. Warner Herald J. Welty Forest Weddle Dean RGQSTVBV Director of Research and Guidance 11'- Joy Geng Edith Ehlke Cyril H. Eicher Director of Christian Service Head Libraman Dean of Students Donna M. Lutton Willard A. Rowell Victor L. Nantz Dean Of Women Dean of Men Business Manager and Treasurer Evelyne Schmidt Robert L. Weyeneth Grant C. Hoatson Assistant Treasurer Director of College Relations Director of Public Information fi Weldon O. Klopfenstein Director of Correspondence Studies Department Chairmen 2 . Eunice J. Conrad Chairman, Department of Communi- cations Ted D. Nickel Chairman, Department of Teacher Education Ira A. Gerig Wesley L. Gerig Chairman, Department of Music and Chairman, Department of Biblical Fine Arts Studies Could he be studying his Greek on Band Tour? Edward D. Simpson Chairman, Division of Christian Ministries Timothy M. Warner Chairman. Department of Missions Frances F. Simpson Chairman, Department of Christian Education Forest Weddle Chairman, Division of Arts and Sci- ences Robert C. Strubhar Chairman, Department of Pastoral Training ,Q 2 Dr. Warner led a workshop on Com- munism for Missions Day. 19 ,.. 94? Af, zy- ,.. ,44 4 4, , ,L-r vu-:mai suiinfn tm l J 588 V15 me , - ,Q A , 5 I yd ,gn --.1 w ,Q 'sf IJ4' . 'u' -- . in 'ai S L ,wc LM S, '-.4 A' L AVAVAVA AVA AVR' LVAVALQN I 1574! V Svjf 14' 'gf' YAV V A? V. -.- ,..,xJt.:.- -sh, ,., -. ...dw s -4 '-4 n . - ve - l . . x . . . ,oS. FACULTY A TAF Terrn papers, deadlines, tests. busy work . . .these are about the only things that we students see our teachers giving to us, Yet, they give much more. They continually give of their time, their prayers, and their concern. The efforts of the faculty. however, are combined with the sacrificial giving of another group, the staft. Each one of them represents a life of giving. This year, as in the past. we can appreciate our faculty and staff as dedicated people who are on the Lords side Faculty Marilyn C. Andersen Assistant Professor of Music Earl L. Cunningham Assistant Professor of Music K Nelson F. Gould Director of Audio-Visual Aids, As- sista nt Professor Arlan J. Birkey Instructor in Greek and Bible Donald M. Douglas Assistant Librarian, Assistant Pro' fessor l Gene H.Hovee Assistant Professor of Bible and l-Iomiletics Daryl W. Cartmel Assistant Professor of Missions Ralph A. Gallagher Associate Professor of History and Science Robert J. Hughes Assistant Professor of Science I. Don W. Klopfenstein Marlene Langosch Glenn A. Mcl-latton Instructor in History Assistant Professor of Music Instructor in Elementary Education Helen E. Macklin Assistant Professor of Physical Education Stephen H. Morley Coach. Instructor in Physical Edu- cation JoanMayers Women's Counselor, Instructor Psychology D, Leon Pippin Assistant Professor of Speech 23 Coach Morley teaches Maharaja Cart mel a new American game called "bas ketballf' Jay D, Piatte Instructor in Music i 3, of , M. Elmer Soden Wayne A. Widder Associate Professor of Speech Assistant Professor of Christian Education nm AA A Part-Time Faculty ph' Fern Friedly Olga Mittelstadt Ellen Soden Director of Developmental Reading Violin Part-time Instructor in Music Marguerite Steiner Piano Tullio A. Tutrinoli Trumpet NOT PICTURED Jack Flick Part-time instructor in Music James R. Clauser Voice .w,,...fo'4' ' ' Leave it to a music instructor to sit in the backofthe band and counttime! 25 Staff Richard H. Baxter Assistant Director of Chris- tian Service Alice R. Blodgett College Nurse. Supervisor of Residence Hall Sheri R. Chamberlain Secretary to Director of College Relations 26 Theda W. Beitler Bookstore Manager Sharon Beitler Assistant in the Bookstore if af" Ruth M. Burns Secretary to the Dean Wava Bueschlen Secretary to Dean of Stu- dents ,aw ,moif Barbara L. Coon Director of Student Employ- ment, Supervisor of Provi- dence Hall ' Adolph Bley Physical Plant Department fparttimep Martha Carney Cook JL Oh, that gingerbread cake! Irene Cox Cook Director of Food Service Freeda IVI. Daftorn 1 -ai . MaxineGoft Secretary to Director of Public information MarilynGrubb Secretary to Director of Christian Service Day of Prayer includes everyone at Fort Wayne Bible College. fbi' Cleo Degler Cook Alma M.Hake Receptionist in Founders Office bf 'UV Sylvia Hartley Assistant in the Food Ser- vice Department BeverlyAnn Gilliland Secretary to Dean of Men and Dean of Women .1-51 - St l l L Orlys V. Hake Physical Plant Department Ada Hausser Physical Plant Department ftx Agnes lrnel Cook Jean lVlcHatton Secretary in Office of Regis- trar Ann Neuenschwander Secretary to the President 28 Adelle Isaac Secretary to the Registrar Linda Lou Mosier Assistant in Christian Edu- cation and Christian Service Departments, Supervisor of Leightner Hall Rose Ann Nickel Library Clerk fpart timeb Ellen Ann Keen Secretary to the Business Manager and Treasurer Richard H. Kile Assistant to the President in Deferred Giving Eddie Reynolds performs in his fullest splendor. Lv" 1 N.. 31 ' A-W' .gf Noah N. Oyer Nlarie N. Popps PhysicalPlant Department Assistant Director of Food Service, Cook n -47 f Harold W. Ranes Clara Reynolds Edison D. Reynolds Nancy L, Rich Field Representative Cook AJ X V . -E" ' iii l Somehow, Eddie got involved in the Home- comingactivities! Director of Physical Plant Library Assistant .lean Marie Ross LaVera M. Sauder Secretary to the Librarian Clerk-Mailing Department Hb' l Kay Schladenhauffen Ella M. Singer Printer Bookkeeper r Elizabeth Walker Library Assistant fpart timep Elizabeth Steiner Supervisor of Lexington Dormitory Max D.Wanner Assistant to Dean of Men. Supervisor of Schultz Hall and Kampus Korner Viola Wagley Bookkeeper Miriam V. Welty Secretary in Alumni Office and part-time help in College Relations Office K x Q in UI? .14 I I1 'ln -Qs QU' audi lr -.2 01 ff I lg, 5.1 .tx x K . , 'WTS 45.95 456 MA ' , ,6 'fiif J Fiy g - :Q 5,-La' ' ,'I1.'7 ?',k' , ,3.. 1 .ji . . V 2" ,ffQ',gl', -E . F 'ily 'j1f,gf?5" . 5141. - Lrigj. 33 ,QW S of 5? at 3 Q SENIOR As Seniors we have learned a new way of life . .. a life which has brought us to the Lord's side. Our last year at Fort Wayne Bible College has been a challenging one. and yet a rewarding one. We look to the future now- to service in Him and our fellow man. Who is on the Lord's side, Saviour? We are Thine! The Dawn of a New Beginning... and the answer to the question, "Who 777 is on the Lord's side. We are, Saviour. . .We are Thine! A 1 , 4 1, Mary must have had a satisfying meal! Wilfred Alejandro Pre-Seminary Fort Wayne. Indiana 7,-W .Y Mary Andrea Missionary Nursing Mansfield, Ohio 33 ,ff V ' :V 1 - M -.-... .. -A-s I f ,iff .. 'V- i wif 1 jf' 54 .. ,' 4 1 1 -, 4 ,.,, . -1-i.Q"' 'f E, v,., - N A kr- l I V , .fx-'A-. . "1 x .q...,,,' ,Q ,,,,...... I P 1 A f V t , fy ,ae ,f 4 ' 4 izwfakfn Q . i f- f-'Zfw if i,':wJ" f ' , V' , :1'.f,,,,'r,e,,wf4yv W ' 1, of W2 - ff'wf1 Z'e- u W0-4,,Q'f4' V. . M -, Lg- fv "Wo-' w h 35 ,, f nf, 'Ag,,j,..?,' 1 ' s s , rwfq ,4fu,q, -,V "4-fi., j 1 ' qs' ,ga -"W-' 5 Aiwa -5 5 f f V , , " ' i 1fAf3gWf"' ,1 ' , ' , - f ."g,gjQ1:sf M' Don't interrupt me when I'rn studying! Some people can study anywhere. even in Bethany Lounge. -fu .I . S -cl L5 Carol Barrett Janice Beal Christian Education and Missions MISSIOHS Blauvelt, New York Manito, Illinois ' W Darienne Beitler L Q Christian Education Fort Wayne, Indiana I " - I l""n O A typical Christian Ed. rnaiorl 39 D ED C111 a -3' ,f I , IU! Q, x Xnvf 1 pn- ,. unurh-I I Q V ,..., I ,A T TQ' Kenneth Birky A Standard Bible ' Fort Wayne. Indiana ,N vw 8 i -gmi. nf- sel, 1 f 6232: 2, , y ,f L 'a Ruth Bixler Elementary Education Fort Wayne, Indiana -.M If' Patricia Brading Aflefa Enbom Martha Foster Christian Education and Missions Elementary Education Elementary Education Troy, Ohio O"lI0IlllH'10lS Albion, Indiana 'Q , ,. ,-A T 32 zf. Judith Gaerte Dawn Gould Dan Hanes Elementary Educatuon Elementary Educatlon Pastoral Tralnlng Avllla.lnd1ana Fort Wayne. lndlana Llma, Onlo S- - 1+ V rv ,xv "go, , s 1' l -. Walter Hartley Terry Hawk Llnda Haynes Elementary Educatlon Speclal Elementary Educatlon and Mlsslons New London, Ohlo Fort Wayne. lndlana Fort Wayne, Indlana an CSP Diana Hebner Llnda Johnson Gerald lmoblet Elementary Education Elementary Educatlon Mlsslc-ns ROY-3' Oak- Mldllgafl Fort Wayne. Indlana Cass C ty.l'.1'cnlgan a i fa ' Marsha Kuhnle Elementary Education and Missions Greenville, Ohio 'zf f 1 7 I if ,P Sara Lehman Elementary Education Fort Wayne, Indiana 39 William Light Judith Livingston Robert McCubbin Christian Education Christian Education and Missions Christian Education Fort Wayne. Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana CW, Patricia Macy Fred Meisenheimer Sharon Miller Christian Education Pastoral Training Christian Education and Music Wheaton Illinois Fort Wayne Indiana 4 Q Michael Mills Sharon Mills Richard Nesseth Elementary Education Elementary Education Missions Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana Fortwayne, Indiana Sharon Osborne Roger Reeck Music Education Missions Fort Wayne. Indiana Taylor, Michigan V A Diane Rodocker Janice Rowell ' Christian Education and Missions Christian Education and Missions Wabash, Indiana Pekin. Illinois Jerald Rupp Betty Sams Sandra Sargent Pastoral Training Elementary Education and Missions Missionary NUVSIVIS Pekin, Illinois Chariton, Iowa Randolph Center, Vermont Lynette Schaffner Marylillen Scherreik Marla Schierling Music Elementary Education Missions Fayette, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Fort Wayne, Indiana if af -of if P-va-f9.x,,,.,, f X I wonder how many hours Ray Muller has spent rn the library? Stephen Schierling Darrel Snmon Missions Missnons Fort Wayne, Indiana Timber Lake. South Dakota Phillip Smith Music Education Fort Wayne, Indiana Oh, nt's going to be a fun Student Coun-:zl rneettng tc' night! 45 -X- Sandra Smith Elementary Education Hicksville, Ohio Peter Torry PrefSeminary Hamilton, Ontario Delia Wattles Elementary Education Onsted, Michigan Wayne Sprunger Rodney Stone Standard Bible Missions Berne, Indiana Ypsilanti, Michigan me-,. Jay Tucker Randall Walker Missions Pastoral Training Groveland, Illinois Hammond, Indiana Cheryl Weaver Dixie White Elementary Education Elementary Education Martinsville, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana Wh0'S who in American .Q-aff. . fair-, w.4 1.33, Q11z2l'fni- 1 gy . - .iw 4 4: . , X' Q Mabel aamer -' Elementary Education Fort Wayne Indiana 9 W 5, 'Il .rf X , ,yi X if..-11' 1 L , -59' 44. , W- xi 'WF-Tessa A 'Q Richard Baxter , '2, !f,alXl3 .Jff Christian Education 0 ' ' 'H' ,1 ' Fort Wayne, Indiana , 'f' ...fi i .-'Aff E" x., xl - , V t xx I- A ' -i'r ' ' " " filff' 1 1,43 I ' K A .vi 0 . ,g , J-ea.-. 0 , ff if 55s:'i'! ' - 4. ' '5'5s4-5-S ' N Eff'-' ' " 3 M iq 'V l ' ' 'i54QZff.Pw:7' .' ' - r 15.-l -E ' 41' 'f' 51 ik . -,,.-, ' 4 1 My . gil- A if I Pamela Carey hristian Education and Music C Fort Wayne, Indiana William Enslen Pre-Seminary . Fort Wayne, Indiana Colleges E a nd Universitiesf in Marsha Ringenberg Music Education ' Grabill, Indiana I 'W Yw' ,ll .' 9' "?Sf'0'. a A 'ah xtqx is' "W 5: K? li", - I 'I Donna Rickert I ' Q Elementary Education and Missions . E E ' " ' Fountainville, Pennsylvania R 4 ,, . 57537 ,, f' ' , 1 - M Q R , . V, ,f . if 'inf M. Z, ill' 0" 4" 09, .1 ,. - 1 ' 1 5 -' I U 1 ' ff -' N 5 . 'llnnl" IUR Next year will be our last year on the campus of Fort Wayne Bible College. But this year was special- special to us and to the school. As Christians, we have learned the true meaning of service and dedication: we have learned that it takes both to be on the Lord's side. Three years of fun, studies, activities. athletics and service. . .three years we will neverforget . .. Lx 'Qs my-pr Otto Aamodt Wesley Adell DiCk Alejandro E' William Ballentine Joan Banks Douglas Barcalow 6- 4' fx gli WendellAmstutz Marybelle Arnholt 's 'V QV' Joyce Barczi Ruth Baxter 9- my f 3 f"9 Q.- Ruggell Befz Karen BIXISI' Daniel Blake Chris Bledsoe 51 5 Donna Blum Danny Boone Elyse Bosma Susan Bristol Andrew Broom Marilyn Cameron Duane Cassidy PMID COOK Norman Dailey' r 1 ' : 1 I 3 u 4 .Z Q 3 4 r t , Deloris Dussinger Frances Dunham Sunny Edwards N. ':.-.5 e.,s When is the next bus coming? Rxchard Emernck Sheryl Ewert Larry Falor -fi Judy Fleck Alice Gartside Lowena Gerig 41? Jane Giroux David Gould Vicki Gramling Sylvia Greenhood Marvin Grubb Bonnie Hartill Y X Louise Heidelberg Jacqueline Helm Lois Hiebert Arthur Hauser Merle Haynes Charles Hirscny David Hobbs C91 .4-r' ' 'tha .fe ' Donald Hulfman Kathleen Hughes Richard Huls Brooks Jackson Phyllis Johnson Eunice Keifer Wayne King Sandra Klopfenstein Susan Laymon Judy Leismer ar 'N John Lemmon Stanley Liechty Tony Lloyd Sharon Loder Peggy Merillat 34 47' David Miller Gaye Nlorand James Mott Marjorie Nelson PGSSY NSSSGUW if ni-. 4+ '.'1.75.LlL 4.4.4 ' LELQT If ,, V V .42 , . . . - - . 'Ph Xuvl, What do you mean. Dave chews with his mouth open? f Nancy Neuenschwander Q Norman Okasako A mf. A 3 1.4 Karen Patton Patrick Pazdziora Jerry Noble Martha Orndorff 4? Paul Patton Robert Peters .A?"'V Thomas Peters Ada Peyton Hayward Pigott Linda Pottschrnidt Katherine Querubin Susan Rader Randolph Ramsey Charlene Rashley Steven Reiman Rodney Rich l CNSVIGS Rogers Stanley Runyon Larry Salsburey Cheryl Schlitter Janet Schmidt x l Judy Seawell Mary Secrist Michael Sherrow Bonilynn Short Joyce Silvis ik Ruth Snider Steven Sommer Linda Stonurn Sharon 'Streud Why, Iain't much forthat! L. -.......af -V , li W 4 Janet Stubblefield Ric Victorsen Cheryl Warner Pamela Webb Joe Wenger Davud West 4 1 w 'u Norman Weyer Sam Williams James Woodward Lily Yakich . ,fyg 1,4 :ff " -1,7 4 Steven Zurcher One Nlore Step.. .One IVIore Year WW One Final Challenge ky, .4 wrt. ff , ' U44W f GPH OM ORE The Sophomore class has come a long way since the time when we were Freshmen. We have grown in several ways: spiritually, mentally. and physically. We have remained on the true course of preparation, the preparation for Service. in orderthat we, too, might remain on the Lord's side. We have learned from fellow students the meaning of involvement and service. We look forward to the years remaining at Fort Wayne Bible College. . .and we pray forthe Lord's direction in our lives. l Max Amstutz Katherine Asbury Brad Augsburger W . Marcille Beck Ellen Beitler Janice Berglund , .4 Rodney Boze Cheryl Bruner Rebecca Busknrk ix x S Martha Buss Judith Caddy Robert Callender 3 Eugene Baker Karen Barnes Constance Blakeslee Llnda Blue -ni . H ' K b N 'X .. ' r 1 P' A 'Q eff' iY"Y 'A J l 1 ' Maxine Carpenter Elizabeth Chapman John Charles Wilma Charles Linda Cl'lfOF1if'Ig6Y Q' Rosalyn Chroninger David Clay Robert Corey Linda Craig Connie Davis '12 .1 . Alvin Denney Debbie De-tar Stanley Diehl Rose Drabenstot Jerry Duguid 'TI' Doris Dyck Nancy Dyke Vikki Eady Susan Ellis Marian Enders 64 Jeanette Enslen David Ewald Peggy Fox Renee Fox Delbert Glfford .i Xe- ,-Q Q.,,,"iX ' - Qi Annette Goldsmith WllluamGreenl'1ood Ricky Haberkamp Ruby Hanng Cheryl Haughton Alvln Havens 'I V.,-'r , 4' t N?- X v fn ' V , lp f 1-xvi. . ,TE , You've gotta wake up somehow! K Joyce Jacobson Nancy Joslin Paul Keidei Helen Kidd Nancy Helm Gayle Hewes Cynthia Howard Vicki Jacobs ,W Judith Just George Kacena fwvv, - ,Mm What is this, man, a free-for-all? Phyllis Kilmer Cynthia King Ronald Koopman Shirley Kubota Robert Lewis R059 I-Ombafd it 1 Jean McCubbin John McCurdy Brenda McSorley William Maiick Christine Manross Bruce Masopust 1 'X-351 3-1 i John Mitcheii Ruth Mitoff Marietta Myers Stanley Myers Sherry Niccum iii ,, ,,. x,Q,1-. x . I Diane Nicholson Richard Park Jane Parker Linda Perry Donna Pottschmidt ici ' S ' I .33 1 'Ss 6 ii ' J? ' , 'f X Thomas Rader Robert Ransom Timothy Reside Ronald Reynolds Philip RUCH 77' 2 "SY, i .Q EW 51,60 w ' uri' , v,, , l -,QW . Judy Rust Inez Sassaman Gordon Schumacher Virginia Shaffer Thomas Shank Q mi Elaine Shisler Paul Shisler Steven Smart 3 l Judy Snyder Coleen Steiner Kay Stemen Bonnie Thorpe Susan Ursini Patricia Vance Lee Wilson Robert Wilson Karen Young was Randall Smith Dave Snowdon 'Cf Karen Stlgkle Wayne Sullivan , 1 ig, pX'::'n K' has-xikn F ' . i -4 i ' su' ' "5 I .i. 4-. ' ' 5 J ' A: C -"-----'fm A g is 5. .ik gf ei: Q' 1 ' i E 5 Ralph Walker Bonnie Wilson Carlton Ziegenfus DeryllZurcher 69 ff 1' 2 'f2i'vC:a.c1',f1+f ifzpfwffzf f .1-21' nw-wfwfvuvo-opus My .MM .,.,,,M if 1 Z ' I ' A , 23,4 i 'fzqmW, ,Q lr-4' X Q' 0 ' . S.. 3 . F H ' s p A, ,X xl," " . r a .4 ,, . 5 JJ FRE HME We have completed one year at Fort Wayne Bible College. a year of experience and hard work. A few months ago, we stepped into the empty shoes left by the Sophomore Class. . .we have tried to fill them. As a class. we have tried to reach the goals and objectives of the Christian life by placing ourselves wholly on the Lord's side. We have joined the Army. and a new fight. We will remain true. We will be counted. Barbara Albltz Violet Alejandro Robert Allen 5' 3 Glenn Anspach Lloyd Arasnlro uv' X 4"" Nevah Bauer Judith Berglund Steven Bertolet Janet Arnholt Pamela Bakenorn 'KB' , .xl John Barnes Edna Batchelor Lynda Burt Katnle Black 73 Vurginna Biack Ronda Bolich Timothy Bond SUSBFI Brooker Connie Burknolder Margaret Burnett ua-..-. Y 4" ,.-MQ f if 1 4 I 74 ,- I :X fag' ' 4. A S 1, n 4. x Dr. Warner and his opera are just too much! Patti Canner Elaine Cavender Delores Chroninger Sherryl Connelly aff.-wwe. 7-, -i-rf-vw - 3 . J .1 ., 8- tr' Donna Coornes Dawn Criswell Carolyn Culbertson Keith Davis Terry De Srnet 5, Q.- Charles Dunlap Susan Durre Glenn Eady Franklin East Timothy Erdel X" f,,,...... Miriam Ewald Ruth Felger Mary Frogge Sf' H 4,,A- .1.5 f .- l - ,imiv-' J ni.: - Jiiqex L Nev... -- - - fe- -I if 'fQ:'.'2'g.:H!.' 3 ' J cfil ' .., ' Q51 3 -.fr I -'- ,aff-i':-Q. . , ig.. fr K V ., ,VL Ang, : . -1 "".: . " - I I: ,' -. ' A", 'MXX - ' ,4 Sue Gauntt Doris Gerig Virginia Gillespie '5 .V "4 . tp! f ,. J. 1 .4 , , MQ- if-rf' Lorraine Grandlienard Gregory Griffin Mary Griffin Dianna Hager Barbara Hahn H Q zz v- 33 " -6 Mi .. Barbara Hammon Richard Hannah Patricia Hebner Carol Heckathorn Joann Hein 2, ' 'M ' 41" - cf, , - - f , 110,11 4 ,, 4' .7 Ernest Heisten Barbara Herman Kenneth Hesseltine Linda Hesseltine Wanda Hinkel ffl 51 1 ff on fl ,,.3,,z'4",:fg:j,,,mg ,, r '- i , jig 1 Qi , ' i -ah . ,iz ,.1, ' " ,. ' ff V - N ' :Lf 937, , Y' i Larry Hobbs Jodi Hovee Susan Ike Nicholas Jarosz David Keefer 76 2. ,f Frances Keeley Roberta Koehler Elouise Logan Rita lVlcNa me 1 James Keifer Darlene Kilgore Robert Kirby be James Lantz Nancy Learn Katherine Lee , .ri W A ' ,I 5 X N X4 -- 1' A 'fr " V 2 5 ' 51 1 V . N K if Q , -2 . . -J"' 19.154-rr. Charlene Lombard Deborah Lowery Glenna McHatton Diana Mason Joy Merriam Gary Miller Kathleen Kirchenbauer Ned Liechty i ,,.... Janet McKnight Pamela Miller I a we fl I ,--,, , Roberta Miller Nickolas Mlu John Moody Joanne Mook David Moore N F4 Mary Morgan Snelia Morris Jeanne Moser Neil Myrie James Nash Glenda Newman Paul Nurrnl Janlce Olive Judy Oser Cheryl Packer Raymond Padilla Carla Painter Barbara Pinkley if gn-ro' Sharon Rice Linda Roath Michael Pennington Gus Peters as.. 3...-xx Benjamin Querubin Mary Ann Rasay Myron Richardson Edward Richmond 'i 5. Laura Rocke Donna Rohrs 'C' John Peterson Sandra Pettit 5 :QL Qs Michael Reed David Reynolds 79 JA 1 , 124-rf , New '55-2 ivy' if '."2."S.-'4 ""t .. ,. K - l 9 '4 nv. was vi ax A:-'ah t ' v ,, 2 ' di .J- Paul Roth 3 4 Deborah Rusher 'I Sandra Schlltter Kenneth Schmoyer Kenneth Schultz l . we J'-13. ef , ,Ja - f' ' TWV! I , x 5 7 f fif 1 12 ii Davad Shoemaker Januce Shorey Susan Shover 80 Douglas Rupp Lois Rupp Linford Ryan Linda Scherreik Charles Shady Sarah Sheiderer David Skinner Sandra Sleppy Linda Sloan John Stockman Raymond Swatkowski Wayne Unangst 5 an Brad Smith David Smith Timothy Steiner 'Q Samuel Strahm Melvin Straight Nancy Stubblefield L- ig Martin Taylor Carolyn Tindell Byron Toombs James Vanderwoude Karen Vorhes Nancy Waits Jayne Stephens Gwendolyn Stuerrner Stephen Topping K? Larry Wallace Sl 1 I I I Darlene Whaley Sarah Whiteford Martha Whiteman Ga ry Wilber Q 'illi . A in ' w.Qzf', -' I yup!-1. Y " ',,, rf 11,51 fx fr One Step Has Been Taken . . . Many Nlore Lie Ahead. r Q V ,,.. 17 za. -v ,. , an 1-'R I A 1 William Willis Lawanda Windom x x s I Kay Wright Susan Zach mmf' HSL, 'few ' 'Ht W7 X I: if Q to CAM PU LIFE A day in the life ofa "B.C." student brings many experiences- some dull and routine. some new and exciting. Followinga morning of classes. we rush on to an afternoon of study. work. or sleep. And then, an evening finds us at club or committee meetings. I C.S. assignments. 2' ',,,"" I or, quite often. at study. f 1 Day by day, as ourlives foliow this same. yet this exciting pattern. our first desire is to 1 f keepaclose communion with God. k L, ,.-1" ' K Thisis how we say."We are on the Lord's side," ,v.'-fn" L m,,,.,, ,,,-f 'f wf',1z:,,, A-M,,,,,,41... .,,.,,f.,1-,W V A MMM lyffwy 1 , I bf. z ,,,,,znf,f1if,' , fr . 1,15 V . Q.: 'li' 4 f. " vm 1 ,,, A.. ,A -Q !!! U! 'il f..'..,M Ill Ill ilu: M n-u q-I nu! t v' g,q,:,:??-7 i, .JM png nur -!! ..., ':,7"',g.:'k'x -I-M . y. K ,W 575 3? W 'H E YW-0 'Lv ,, .4 I, J Vg, H524 mx? V fw ' f f wif Y- 7,4 ff ,. ig? Q3 41 Z? fr 45- S XL? ""'H11f3ff'i'-1 1 ' :Lt e- We Dwell . . . fifgfiu in His Presence X A -5 '- RE le ee - Thliriivil , Yi ,7 . '-- 'var - ' -f' df Aa., . , 1 :5i'z"'1 1... 1-fyqfa Q, 5 . ,hr L,Q"3. ' ,'f4,f'.f" V 3 , Z' 45136 " WDP! .- . 1 . fu 15.1 ',.- - xi Sv f""4. 'P' bw- Q' ' - qi. i mul, l!!"J! . --.,...- . is 1 i - 1... . ,U eff. ' 'WWW3' '44 K nr' 'f" 'gf What's this-a "trench" on south campus? We didn't often get to see the inside! We Delight... First, a vague dream, then a long range prayer, and finally, a reality. S. A. Witmer memorial now proudly stands on our south campus as an example of prayerful faith and sacrificial planning. We might say that, be- cause we are on the Lord's side-because we are a college dedicated to serving l-lim-He has rewarded us with this blessing. lt was fun watching the rapid prog- ress throughout the year. in His Blessings l unnamed: By April, 1970. this is how the "new building" looked. -i s 'S' S. S Wi me The corner-stone laying took place during Homecom- ing weekend. Among its contents was a 1969 Light Tower! ...K ,. Y... I '- . N I 'XV' ' 1 IJ ' This was a common sight 1 .,,?.eqgw , .- X 1,-or , S 3 a .ey A Day in the Life A quick breakfast... rf m-1 Lil .,,..,n- Rush through lunch . ., A stop at the bookstore , .. 'EF ' -1 An evening of study . .. Back at the dorm... ofa "B. C." Student - IW Off to class . .. Chapel every morning! 5 E I I 1 K , I I Q, dine' af ww An afternoon of practice . .. WNY f??gI'r5 fi . :W x s 455 X .Q ug X I - o But not to bed! fi at ,i Oranapm 'NW QI 3, N I . ,My .-H .4 :Tk W F 2 S -'1 5 ATHLETIC As Christians, we need to make sure that we emphasize, not only the spiritual, but all phases of our lives. And, as college students, we must be sure to exercise, not only the mental part of our lives, but all parts. Included in this is the development of ourselves physically. Whether it be playing on the team, or sprightfully cheering them on to victory, we can join in. So, we can show in another area of our lives. that we are on the Lord's side. 'Z A E X I3 F ..--AM 4 af' we xl' rl . Q 'i' 'Ti ' . r " qazbfkxijaa 53.0 H la" 7 .4522 . 1. " " f - , 4 . W 51 , 1 1 -. , ' -5 1, X ' . ' 1- , , A X , bs' yd, TQ' - " 15 'T 'e W . f- A, ' -'ff' W' - e3,.W+ Last Year They Changed Their Names . . .This Year They Changed the Record! W 34 M . 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' , A ' 7 ' 1. ,NM " ' , 5 43 .aff A - X ' V if 1' , , 1 ' , f .IJ V' "f , 11" ". , , VVx.,,,q,,,V: W ,, Y 1, f , ,K ,,,,5'.q? H I , 5 , and 1? 1, ' A 1, 5 f 7 ,ffl Q , X 7 it , , , ,Mmm , As.....: '!:...,, , 1 98 BASKETBALL SCORES 1969-70 Kentucky Christian BETHEL TOURNAMENT Trinity Christian Owosso College C3rd placej Marion College Bethel College Cincinnati Bible Seminary Lincoln Christian College Grand Rapids Baptist Bethel College Michigan Christian Grand Rapids Bible Houghton CN.Y.J College Detroit Bible College Grand Rapids Baptist Michigan Christian Marion College Grand Rapids Bible Grace Bible College Great Lakes Bible College Owosso College LINCOLN TOURNAMENT Lincoln Christian College Kentucky Christian Moody C3rd placej NCCAC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Owosso College Grace Bible C3rd placej WON: 13 LOST: 12 THEM 96 97 58 91 89 77 89 88 83 62 73 62 68 84 63 87 64 56 82 69 94 68 76 68 51 Z' mf' S V ,Z Team: fleft to rightb lst ROW: S. Williamsg B. Kirbyg B. Masopust: R. Haberkamp: T4 Rust, 2nd ROW: S, Morley Ccoacm: G, Wulber qmanagerbg S. Herwaldtz T. Erdelz M. Reed: K. Conrad fassustant coacm. , . ' v-Q, The second semester team. wnth G. Wulber, T. Hail. S. Bertola-1 qmanagerd added. 99 42 W W 11311-F pr f' 4, .- :"?f'?'fff-'-"f" fxfm, ,X '-S:-Nagar 9 , fm- ,fy if . . , ,. 2 K , x Y W , ' av, 0 , Q - -'-A' fu- WM.. cr , Y ... Hitt - , - me , ' A 's ll W, 44 'ce All right. one more time! K 2' " ,Z 4 , The crowd . . .the cheers. . .the basket! ff! xx. 4 --V -- 4.54: -f"5P'l"'. xzzvsnvn fflhiliflf -f-- W: ,w.j'Z"7.Jf7?7l ' :rf if . I Lfn7 Di2 In honor of Sammy, a good teammate, and a good guy . . . we'Il miss you Wx, We Try Harder 102 Q We're Proud of Our Team 53 'fi-....,-t IOC 1. . 7' 3 1 1-...Van V z V V4 , 5 2 f 42 ' ' . ' V ., . .7 ma. V. . ,. .V , . .. V V - - , ,V,., ,mb V - V V . V V... .., , . V , 1 -:guy - 1... Aww 7 V ' V H , v , 1 Q 4. ,V .' " - 1 4 V 4 5 V 2 1, JP' V 1 V zz 2' , V 3 . 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BASEBALL SCORES 1970 Concordia Concordia Bethel Bethel Grand Rapids Baptist Grand Rapids Baptist St. Francis St. Francis Indiana-Purdue Indiana-Purdue Goshen Goshen WON: 2 LOST: 10 THEM 8 9 5 6 8 14 5 5 9 4 6 23 We're Proud of Our Baseball Team! If V 4- I 3 X 1 NG FW! if i., ,-ii,,Q.x ,-,V t 5- J.-QL f 'Misa--1.4'2?2 "f qv, "QW ,,. . .r wx T" ' .ri I J 105 wx . . 1 -A . . ' '- k':"1" 5. -'Z :35'f".'13 'f3f"Z"'311'3"V'1'! 'vm f1'Af1f111ww',y:403nsr:-wgfe' ,- , ,' , ..,:2 fn 4- .. Y ' - I-11 f ,--'ww' X- L- 41.5, - 1, W Q' v 1 iae,.2,Q,T:f ffj ,Qc-,. Ltr wg.:-,sfs ' -'fm' Y jiyfx, 1:2 ,'-- :sf .r..,,:'f A- f5"?.f1if"lf ' Q1 fi W :Q 2 V : ' , 6' ' ?I'73i3iK'flf . A 1' :WZ Z' aw, , 4 ..'1 ., fy! And the Game Moves On... 1 ',wf,4,3?Qyf,-'W-v-f m2fpw1mv5.' yfvsfyzff, 44 - V2.3 H ewan 1, i Q22 M- . A ., ,H QMMA. ? M Mm YE. "wil ly, . ' . ' ' . 5 U gf.. ' ' a'i'E't .2152 Illifii!-2231-I 1731 I ' T771 I fffligli W , ,. ., - .,.. V ffl' if Iii unillmnnf -1 I , !!1lmmlmlri we u 'L , -ft j.""5 'I ,, 3 --, 4,1- ,jgn ' 3331. ' 'xii -'..b.ii'v I . 1 -...il NN: l i 'N H TheEchoes ofSpHH... E This year the cheerleading team included Cleft to righty FRONT: Carol Heckathorn, Jan Shorey, Carla Painterp BACK: Linda Chroninger, Sandra Sleppy, Sharon Rice. V as . gr " . gm? lx fr ish '1 I J , 5 1 . ,ll lOB Their Job Was to Move Us, and to Move the Team! Intramurals at Fort Wayne Bible College: Basketball Was the in Thing! 'W l, ,.,, WW ,,,,, .YM-. ,177 1.153751-' 1, ' -Q, ' M, ' , ', " V' N - W, ' I. "j7TrZ,,,,q..,:,r,.4-'7, V V, ,y-- pq-Nz, V , ' . ,nq,..,f,-i ,4u...,,,, a .f , f' fizf 6 ,, ., ,I 1... is . V' .,s,'1'..r 5 il, 53 I ZS ,E f xgfwg 2 X 1 44 f W f ,b'A ,K ,sr-. x ,A-1'F""m.,.- Yin 7 '4 l I Q -1 ,- N ACTIVITIE Each day brings about a tremendous change in a person... for one never stays the same. We are always striving to reach the mark of the Master. We at Fort Wayne Bible College believe that all our activities should be Christ-centered: this is why we have the extra-curricular programs we have: this is why we can say: we are on the Lord's side, Saviour, we are Thine. The Cast: Hannah Huckleby Eunice Huckleby Sherman Cooper Grandpa Huckleby Pauline Peabarker Simon Nyobi Morgan Prior Alice Prior Marabelle Allen Archie Mordecai Peters Lucy Lewis Thelma Choir Members Barnes DIANE NICHOLSON MARCY BECK GREG PIPPIN STEVE WRIGHT SHARON OSBORNE DAN BLAKE MIKE PIGOTT PAT BRADING SUSAN BRISTOL KEVIN EADY RAY SWATKOWSKI DORIS DYCK DAVE SNOWDON GAYLE BEITLER MARK YOUNGER, .IEANNIE PIPPIN, PAT CANNER, KAY WRIGHT, DON PIPPIN, FRAN KEELEY PRODUCTION STAFF: Director LEON PIPPIN Technical Director M. ELMER SODEN Stage Manager JAN BEAL Lights PETER TORRY, DAN HANES, STAN MYERS Make-up CHRIS BLEDSOE Properties WAYNE UNANGST, TIM BOND Hair Stylist TONI BARRETT II4 I I V -' 9? 2 ' Q ' ,IQ 'dl' if 5: AE'-,. .,- K V L , l ',f:ie,?,,. .4 '41 ef, frwicwkf 155251 7 , -1f,, f':m,,, , ,g::g1':1'.. f4,-.-1,:.:.y7,.- ' ., !jf.41..f:. 4' Our Star-Hannah 7"" 1 .SIHEQ-i'1-4 A LOT OF HARD WORK WENT INTO THE MAKING OF HANNAH .. A MAN CALLED PETER Peter Marshall... a young dedicated minister.. The Cast Peter Marshall Catherine Marshall Peter John Marshall Allan Talbot Judith Bickle Jesse Bickle Susan Grant Marian Grant DENNIS MAGARY KATHERINE ASBURY JOHN HUGHES GEORGE KACENA GAYLE BEITLER RUBY HARING KAREN STICKLE SHARON MILLER Steven Grant JOE WENGER George Yost KEVIN EADY Joe Keating DAVE BURGOON Senator James Knox Pock MIKE PIGOTT Nancy Everetts Barbara Logan Hulda PRODUCTION STAFF: PATTI CANNER BARB HERMAN SUE BRISTOL Director LEON PIPPIN Technical Director M. ELMER SODEN Stage Manager JAN BEAL Lighting STAN MYERS, BRENT STEINER Properties PATTI CANNER, WAYNE UNANGST Sound DAVE MILLER Hair Stylist II6 TONI BARRETT God Never Said it Would Be Easy... But Peter Marshall Showed Christians the Practical Way of Life. gm WT ----.- 59 11-' K , m .N 7- -" Fort Wayne Bible College Homecoming 1970 M eeee Q I 'WLKZZQM 'W ,, z ' ,V 41' f4j,gw,f:"f -4 f V2-'W,,2241'fz, , ?,H.,Z! 7 . The xW' iii? - Q 'P' Q V fx ia., -it M H-V weekly ' X A '-N 1 I I8 Queen and Her Court: Qleft to rightj Bill Malick, Debbie Detar, Frank East, Diana White- ford, Steve Wright, Marsha Ringenberg, Harry Hyde, Donna Blum, Doug Barcalow, Pam Carey, Max Amstutz, Lorraine Grandlienard The big moment when the queen is finally announced . . . a tear. a smile, and a moment of joy The Final Moment... and Then, the Queen! I Our Queen Was at the Parent-Alumni Banquet and Reigned Over the All-Star Basketball Game -. vw v lx .., Q 1 f'1Y,L 1 BANQUETS Q The Spring Banquet Other Banquets Included: The Christmas Dinner The Junior-Senior Banquet SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS WEEK Each semester a special week is set aside for the purpose of strengthening our fellowship with the Lord, before we begin the new semester. Being on the Lord's side is not always easy: sometimes it takes a great deal of preparation and sacrifice. The students have learned that Spiritual Emphasis Week not only strengthens their spiritual relationships, but their physical ones as well. In order to be an effective Christian, one must learn to serve, love, and fight . . . fight only for the Lord. Yes, a time of spiritual em- phasis is not only refreshing, but necessary. l l First Semester. . i Rev. Augsburger speaks about practical Christian- ity. Rev. Charles Sandell li' . X . ,Xl Second Semester. . Rev. David ' Augsburger,anda 57 fini' Missions Day i2 Guest Artists The Summit City String Quartet Each year Fort Wayne Bible College presents various guest artists to perform for the Guest Artist Lecture Series. Each artist has a different and unique program which is offered to all of the students. Not only do students attend. but the community as well takes advan- tage of these cultural activities. Among some of the most distinguished per- formers this year were Mennahem Press- ler, The Summit City String Quartet, and Charles Forbes Taylor. This year we were especially fortunate to have the Everyman Players, performing the Book of Job. These lectures provide the stu- dents with a chance to enrich their education by exposing themselves to the fine arts, and some of the country's leading performers. 124 E' gq.'.v:::::.' ll - ,3rl,,'::.'::r. f -,'.'y.gi::. :i. -' ..'q5.':::. 1-ii.-i.li'- ' Fifi' ' J 'ii liiii i t 'um a., - f ' .ifl'. i ' ' ff! in i jiilff' if 34' Ati Charles Forbes Taylor 4 T im! .i ' H2 bl.. if 4 AI!1'lf" -Ei QU. ,:.,7l5i: iz' - ll!",,'.i ,Eq.g,,. ', ..-wig' ff .' 1 'mil 'Iii P i n'n' Wifi ' 'li 3, 1'-,aim-"lyi.ll ' l if ,T ' ll:ielll,ll-gl,-.ll Mennahem Pressler The Annual Presentation of Handel's Messiah 'x F .Wan Q r ..,1.,-.45 2, L if -1,, 1 '4-,em ' 1 ' -,Q 1, , 4, ""' Z1 M I1 ' 'fig .Q 934, I ' -V r a' L ! I - ' .A mfr, 126 n ' , I- X 4 4 . Youth Conference 1970: alive, moving, and vibra- ting. From crazy times at the carnival, to hearing Jay Kessler speak, youth learned that "free to be real" happened . . . when they committed them- selves to the Lord's side! M BS-SMQ-F B0 W Q I s ,J ',. ' xy. -' T ' x College Students Led, Youth Followed, and God Worked! '- T s uf by . ah g Y 'f" N V X- Q 4 21 e-an , K i as l The Youth Conference Comm lttee: QTOP ROW, left to rightj: R. Armstrong, Program Chairmang J. Gerig, Director: D. Miller, Publicity Chairman: D. Hanes. Technical Director: QMIDDLE ROWJ: E. Soden, Faculty Representative: M. Amstutz, Treasurerg P. Carey, Secretary: J. Platte. Musical Direc- tor1fBOTTOM ROWJ: W. Widder, Faculty Representative: D. Blum, Co-Chairman: D. Barcalow, Chairman: C. Warner. Art Chairman l28 4 1 J uixxx And Then, It's All Over Till Next Year! GRADUATION, 1970 The Day We Have Waited for Finally Arrives... and Now We Are Ready... Ready to Serve HIM. Who Is on the Lord's Side? We Are! Baccalaureate Happiness Is -"' Graduation Day ?' For his Outstanding Service to F.W.B.C., the Rev. Weldon O. Klopfenstein Receives An Honorary Doctorate A Final Look Back... and a Glimpse Forward. The Final Step at F.W.B.C., but the First Great Step Into the Army of the Lord. I ' - A -'l fx - , ' a , u E Ta ' .I " "' .4 x. " .X 4' 1 ' '. . x D ' 1 ' - 1 ' '. - Q F 5 'N Q. ' it -NX I. fc 1' ll .N ll wr.: , Q .wg 4-Ai b xi , F I-,lil 's R- - A., : S' . A Y I Y 4 'V " 9 va. n ' - - . ' - L "' 'v' fd "f -' " A' fxx n 4 ,Q I 5 K 1 if ,I ' ': E., ,, w bv -1 49' A ,AL 5 x :gi 9 X 1. we ' ' gb ' . 4 it 1 5 Use: K - , ,Tj t l7?s11,,, wg, : 'f-X 4 , :Aff-13':.'5Tj f ' - xx. E- ' N., .gf 4 A tl. 2. 6 "' Y ik, Q "gf af' fanwj 'g+f'fT?f, , S4 . 3 X f I I , ' I .ifwgi . - 1 - - . . w V . , -, - .QI ' X . 5 'gif-Eg , '. ' v - ' V . ..,'a- ' . U g ' ' gm- I V 1 V ff, ,-"f I , - '. f -1-va . A - ' I - f ww I N. '! 'v The Student ASSOCIATION Officers, left to right: Sheryl Ewert, Sec.: Chuck Rogers, Treas., Dick Baxter, V-Pres.: Peter Torry, Pres. They Strive to Serve HIM Better, and to Help Us Learn What It Really Means to Be on the Lord's Side. l36 Student government is nothing but people working with other people. "Salute To Fort Wayne" brought formal tribute to the usually unrecognized benefactors who supply our students with jobs. Student-oriented events. . .the all-school picnic, Spring Banquet, Alumni-Parent Homecoming, skating party, student talent night, and a Collegians concert, provided students with social activities. Student Council Harry Hyde Will Alejandro Jerry Rupp Marybelle Arnholt Jane Giroux Wayne King Ellen Beitler Max Amstutz Paul Keidel Tim Bond Tim Erdel Mike Pigott Kathy Querubin Dean Eicher Miss Mayers Members: Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior Junior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Light Tower Editor Student Voice Editor Advisor Advisor Involvement This Year. . . The Spring Banquet And F.W.B.C.'s First Homecoming Queen... 'KZ C X Anewlook... S a new beginning a challenge... and the answer i to serving in 5 Christ better. It was a yearto stop and think . .. a yearfull The Steering Committee: ilst ROW, left to rightj Linda Pottschmidt, P ty - LOWinSOGZ'W eLO5'Ei2pEPeEX'. VifJS.Z'a SESLSSI- C 13333221 ' of d e giriakoireasurer: NancyL1osIin,Ass'tProgram., V O programs, sounding out the need of Nl I SSI O N S. 'S H, ff, wfg S . 45? f 1 I -b 'Q HX' ff 1 fy' 44,- 1A-A 1 .V . Wu THE STUD ' 1 .4 5 'VKX' ,X V- V ' ',,.- vvlvl "f-. . , . i , W W f , 7, l. ZZ, M pw ZW I , 1, ft ,wa 'V' ,A A W E 4 '. f 4 f ' 9 Zh W, , ,, l ,Q 4' ' ' 1 ww , W E Managing Editor News Editor Editorial Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Editorial Advisor Kathy Querubin Chris Bledsoe James Mott Jane Giroux Norman Okasako Diana Whiteford Dave Snowden Ken Conrad News Writers Nancy Stubblefield, Charlene Lombard, Dick Baxter, Jan Olive, Doug Barcalow Editorial Writers Ron Grubb, George Kacena, Chuck Rogers, Wes Adell Feature Writers Marybelle Arnholt, Kay Wright, Alice Gartside, Jan Rowell, Carol l-leckathorn, Judy Seawell Sports Writers Bob Ransom, Steve Smart l-leadliners Jane Giroux, Fran Dunham, Dee Dissinger Advisors Miss Conrad, D. Klopfenstein l4O lm The goal of the STUDENT VOICE is to represent the students of F.W.B.C. in general. Published monthly, the STUDENT VOICE has strived to re- flect the enthusiasm of the student body necessary for a healthy academic, social, physical, and spiritual growth. The staff has written out of a desire to do the best job, rather than trying to do a professional or perfect job. Learning the rudi- ments of journalism from a hard teacher- experience-the staff has come to know the agony of sacrifice, the pressure of deadlines, the acceptance of criticism, the relaxation of humor, and the contented sigh of "lt's out!" Experience has also taught the staff the organization of a school paper, the ability to work in unity, the wis- dom to solve difficulties, and the patience to endure. Definitely, the staff has known the practi- cal reality of "We are on the Lord's side." 2 Q I g as 1 V 1 - M' 1 ft-1 The Light O Editor-in-Chief Mike Pigott Assistant Editor Brenda McSorIey Business Manager Joanne Mook W Advertising Manager Karen Barnes Photographers Al Havens, chief Tim Bond E Rich Hannah Dave Keefer Ken Schultz R Typist Sharon Beitler Academic Editors Mike Pigott Brenda McSorley Chuck Dunlap Ray Swatkowski John Lemmon Christian Service Editor Karen Barnes Freshman-Barb Hahn Sophomore-Mary Morgan Junior-Tim Steiner Senior-Brenda McSorIey Mike Pigott Jack Stockman Grant Hoatson Activities Editors Athletic Editor Class Editors Art Editors Advisor l qw .3-Pr! Z' x T' N1 :5E?F? I i il lx x .XXX -'fs earl utili i U l Via l ' .K Qkkgix Vial' Zi T , . Qi: r P-it U . . 1- ,H .. , N K. f 1 2 V QL A i. 5lf3EiqQ :- V .fi 'sz' i' . ,aa '-- ,Q f-'43 1i4f5li lf The Band f - FRONT ROW, I. to r. Mike Sherrow, Connie Quackenbush, Inez Sassaman, Kathy Hughes, Steve Sommer, Tim Bond. Dr, W. Gerig, Glen Anspach, Linda Craig, Myron Richardson, Keith Davis, Paul Nurmi. 2nd. Stan Myers, Maxine Goff, Ruby Haring. Connie Burkholder. Nevah Bauer, Martha Buss. Jayne Stephens. Elaine Cavender, Peg Merillat, Sharon Osborne, Steve Wiggin, Cheryl Bruner, Bob Peters. Wayne Sprunger, Jim Keifer, Fran Keeley, Mrs. Soden, Liz Chap- man LAST ROW. Bob Lewis. Stan Runyon. I Playing in the Fort Wayne Bible College band '21 is an enjoyable, but profitable experience. , The player is not only afforded the oppor- zi. .i fL" tunity to improve his talent by playing good I I g L, music, but he can also enjoy the fellowship of fellow players through band socials and i the winter concert tour. lt goes without say- ing that the tour, which the band takes in Z ,Q February, is the highlight of the year. This if year the band toured as far as Cleveland, Ohio. Meeting many new people and staying in a different home every night is quite an ex- perience! ln addition to the tour concerts. the band also performs during chapel, the annual Commencement concert, and at the Baccalaureate. l-42 The Women's Chorus Director, Marilyn Andersen lst ROW, l. to r. Virginia Shaffer, Cindy King. Sharon Streid. Pat Hebner. Linda Craig. Jo Ann Hein, lnez Sassaman: 2nd ROW. Peg Merillat. Lynette Schaffner. Sue Shover. Sarah Scheiderer. Sherryl Connelly, Pat Macy, Karen Barnes: 3rd ROW. Diana Mason. Sharon Os- borne, Becky Buskirk, Ellen Beitler, Jean Ann McName, Nancy Waits. Mary Grrffin. Wilma Charles: 4th ROW. Pat Brading. Karen Young, Joan Banks, Donna Pickert. Jan Schmidt. Helen Kidd, Patti Canner, Frances Keeley, Sue Ursini. Linda Blue. The Women's Chorus consisted of thirty one girls this year. Taking a ten-day tour through- out the Ohio and Pennsylvania areas, this singing group represented Christ with their songs and with their testimonies. Besides a tour in the spring, a number of Sunday eve- ning concerts were given in various churches throughout the Fort Wayne area. Also, for the first time this year, the Women's Chorus gave a home concert at the college with an open invitation to all. Romans 12:9-12 was selected as the year verse. Unity and a work- ing together to represent Christ, has been the aim of each girl. Under the direction of Miss Marilyn Andersen, the Women's Chorus has sought only to become the kind of instru- ment which can best glorify Christ. l-13 lst ROW. Jan Arnholt, Cheryl Haughton, Laura Rocke. Vicki Gramling, Marci Beck, lVlarybelle Arnholt, Lily Kakich, Barbara Herman, Sue Gauntt, 2nd ROW. Kathy Kirchenbauer, Linda Roath. Cheryl Warner, David lVliller, Richard Park, Judy Caddy, Doris Gerig, Violet Alejandro: 3rd ROW. Jane Giroux, Chris Bledsoe, Duane Cassidy, Jack Stockman, Tim Steiner, Robert Corey, Rod Boze, Vicki Eady, Karen Bixlerp 4th ROW. Judy Seawell, Kevin Eady, David Reynolds. John Charles, Wayne King, Steve Wiggin, Jerry Rupp, Paul Roth, Louise Heidel- berg. The F. .B.C C h 0 ' e Director, Jay Platte The Chorale has been used by God to change things, especially peoples' hearts. The Lord has given them all talent- an individual talent that has been shared with the group. The results of their talents was a unique blend, a blend of harmony, rythm, and symphonic happenings. Directed by Jay Platte, they performed this year as if they were singing for a purpose-the purpose of sharing the love of Christ with all who heard. They sang because they were on the Lord's side. I44 ruv-M 'WWA .W.B.C. Music Club af-A PV' 1st ROW. Sharon Osborne, Pres.: 2nd ROW. Gayle Nlorand: Lynette Schaffner: Peggy Nlerullatz Miss Anderson, Advisor: 3rd ROW. Steve Sornrner, Vice-pres.: Connie Quacken- bush, Sec.: Becky Buskurk: Donna Rickert: Liz Chapman, Treasg Stan Myers. Other Musical Organizations Not pictured: Brass Ensemble. Chamber Ensemble. Woodwind Quartet. Recorder Ensemble. l-15 Student Education Association l i i Officers, l. to r. Dee Wattles, Vice-Pres.: Nancy Neuenschwander, Sec.: lVlr. Nickel, Advisor: Arleta Enbom, Pres: Linda Stonum, Treas. Alpha Kappa Club : 2 Z . 3 i 5 A , xx' Each year the Alpha Kappa Club gives a banquet for all Greek students. I I Offl ce rs- President Sam Williams Vice-President Joe Wenger Sec.-Treas, Diane Rodocker Advisor lVlr. Birkey 146 OTHER CLUBS NOT PICTURED: Nl. C. Campus Club, E. M. C. Student Fellowship, C. 8. M.A. Fellowship, Christian Union Club, Women's Recreation Association Dorm Cabinets. 4 2 , 1 T I ,1 4 i I I 5 1 L 3 4 5 4 'Z7ffQ iH Qd.UHh6Bni ' A , f'72f3f' M. CHRI TIA SER VICE The inpouring of knowledge without its practical outworking results in staleness. At F.W.B.C., we have the opportunity to use the knowledge gained in the classroom through Christian service ministries. What can be more exciting than seeing a soul won to Christ? Nothing! This is why six hundred students work in their separate capacities to recruit many others to the Lord's side! f WW www-in D Linda Mosier, Assistant: Joy Gerig, Director of Christian Ser e I O viceg Jay Platte: Marilyn Grubb, Secretaryg Dick Baxter, Assist ant Director. Christian Service Stafi ISO Gospel Teams i .3 NOTES OF PRAISE L. TO R. Janet Arnholt. Lily Yakich, Cheryl Haughton, Linda Roath. .-4 i, - tilt Efi- 1 2 - 1 Kiki' If -RKxi!f5i?E'w:XA - X I Qs. '1 i CHANCELLORS I. to r. Bob Ransom, Patti Canner, Donna Pottschrnidt, Vikki Eady, Connie Blakeslee. Kevin Eady, BRASS QUINTET Back l. to r. Myron Richardson, Steve Sommer, Keith Davis. Elizabeth Chapman. Linda Craig. 151 Fort Wayne Bible College Presents the SINGING COLLEGIANS The Singing Collegian ministry was expanded this year in that they had more opportunities to sing in civic organizations and high schools, along with churches and religious organizations. Their purpose was to share their experience in Christ in such a way that their audiences could under- stand Who He is and what He can mean to each person. The members of this year's group: Dave Clay, Judy Seawell, Sue Gauntt, Jim Lantz, Laura Rocke, Dave Reynolds, Sue Laymon, Steve Wiggin, Marsha Ringenberg, Sarah Whiteford, Mike Sher- row, Donna Rohrs, Barbara Herman, Paul Nurmi, John Petersen, Louise Heidelberg, Dennis lVlagary. ig., The Director: Jay Platte: zzz! l?"""' H gg , F' ,x ,159 5 Pai. ,- .1 Christian Service Involves: Teaching, Counselling, Leading, Sharing, and Just Being X 'WL , af? in A Good Friend 1 X And Now "if, . . A Special Treat. . . 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John 73 Bash, Howard Batchelor, Edna 73 Bauer. Nevah 73,142 Berglund, Judith 73 Bertolet, Steven 73,90,93,99 Birt, Lynda 73 Black, Kathie 73 Black, Virginia 74 Bolich, Ronda 74 Bond, Timothy 33,72,74,141,142 Brooker. Susan 74 Burgoon, James Burkholder, Connie 74,142 Burnett, Margaret 74 Canales, Estella Cannaday. Stephen Canner, Patti 74,143,151 Cavender, Elaine 74.142 Chroninger, Delores 74 Connelly, Sherryl 74,143 Coomes, Donna 75 Courlas, Peter Criswell, Dawn 32,75 Culbertson, Carolyn 75 Davis, Keith 75,142,151 DeSmet, Terry 75 Doriot, Leslie Dunlap, Charles 75 Durre, Susan 75 Eady, Glenn 75,115,117,144,151 East? Franklin 34,60,75,91,118,119, 1 O Erdel, Timothy 72,75,93,94.96,97,99. 102.167 Ewald, Miriam 75 Felger, Max Felger, Ruth 75 Finch, Deborah Frogge, Mary 75 Gauntt. Sue 32,75,144,152.153 Gerig, Doris 75,144 Gillespie, Virginia 75 Gilliland, Beverly 27 Gragglienard, Lorraine 70,76,118,119 1 Griffin, Gregory 76,155 Griffin, Mary 76,143 Hager, Dianna 76 Hahn, Barbara 76 Hammon, Barbara 76 Hannah, Richard 76,141 Harding, Roger Hebner, Patricia 76.83.143 Heckathorn, Carol 76.101,108,109 Hein. Joann 76,143 Heisten, Ernest 76 Herman, Barbara 76,117,144,152,153 Hesseltine. Kenneth 76 Hesseltine, Linda 76 Hinkel, Wanda 76 Hobbs, Larry 76 Hoopingarner, Ronald Hovee, Jodi 76 Ike, Susan 76 Jarosz, Nicholas 76 Johnson, Mary Jones, Bruce Keeler. David 76,141 Keefer, Richard Keeley, Frances 77,142,143 Keen, Ellen 28 Keifer, James 32,65,77,142 Kilgore, Darlene 77 Kirby, Robert 77.93,95,96,97,99,103 168 Kirchenbauer, Kathleen 77,144 Koehler, Roberta 77 Lantz, James 77,152,153 Learn, Nancy 77 Lee, Katherine 77 Lempke, Cynthia Liechty, Lester Liechty, Ned 77 Logan. Elouise 77 Lombard, Charlene 7O,77,78 Lott. Robert Lowery, Deborah 77 McDowell, James McGee, Timothy McHatton, Glenna 77 McKnight, Janet 74,77 McName, Rita 72,77 Magary, Dennis 72,73.116,117,152. 153 Martin, Janice Mason, Diana 77,143 Matthews, Ricky Merriam, Joy 77 Miller, Gary 77 Miller, Pamela 77 Miller, Roberta 78 Miu, Nickolas 70,78 Moody, John 78 Mook, Joanne 78 Moore. David 78 Morgan, Mary 78,82 Morris. Shelia 78 Moser, Jeanne 78 Myatt, Earvin Myrie, Neil 74,78 Nash, James 78 Newman, Glenda 78 Noethlich. Candace Nurmi, Paul 72,78,142,152,153,167 Olive, Janice 78 0'Neill, Patrick Oser, Judy 78 Packer, Cheryl 73.78.79 Padilla, Raymond 78 Painter, Carla 79,92,108,109 Passwater, Keith Paul, John Pennington, Michael 79 Peter, Gus 79 Peterson, John 79,152,153 Pettit. Sandra 79 Pinkley, Barbara 79 Querubin, Benjamin 79 Ramsey, Melony Rasay, Mary 79,102 Reed, Michael 79,93.99 Reiniche, Joseph Reynolds, David 79,144,152,153 Rice, Sharon 79,92,97,108,109 Rich, David Richardson, Myron 72,79,142,151 Richmond, David Richmond, Edward 79 Riley, Paul Roath, Linda 79,144,151 Robbins, David Rocke, Laura 79,144,152,153 Rohrs, Donna 79,152,153 Roth, Paul 80,144 Rudy, Sally Rupp, Douglas 80 Rupp, Lois 80 Rusher, Deborah 80 Ryan, Lintord 80 Sandul, William Scheiderer, Sarah 80,143 Scherreik, Linda 80 Schlitter, Sandra 80 Schmoyer, Kenneth 80 Schrader, Marvin Schrolucke, Rex Schultz, Kenneth 80,141 Shady, Charles 79,80 Sherman, Helen Shoemaker, David 80 Shorey, Janice 80,93,97,108,109 Shover, Susan 80,143 Skinner, David 80 Sleppy, Sandra 80,92,97,108.109 Sloan, Linda 81 Smith, Brad 81 Smith, David 81 Steiner, Brent Steiner, Timothy 81,141,144 Stephens, Jayne 81,142 Stockman,John 81,144 Storm. Denise Strahm, Samuel 81 Straight, Melvin 81 Stubblefield, Nancy 81,148 Stuermar, Gwendolyn 81 Swatkowski, Raymond 72,81 Taylor, Martin 32.11 Tindell, Carolyn 81 Toombs, Byron 81 Topping, Stephen 81 Unangst. Wayne 81 Van Buren, Marvin Vanderwoude, James 81 Van Tilburg, Keith Victorsen, Shirley Vorhes, Karen 81 Waits, Nancy 71,81,143 Wallace, Larry 81 Whaley. Darlene 82 Whiteford, Sarah 82,152,153 Whiteman, Martha 82 Wilber, Gary 82,93,99 Willis, Alida Willis, William 83 Windom. Lawanda 83 Wright. Kay 83 Zich, Susan 83 SOPHOMORES Amstutz, Max 63,118,119,12O,128 Asbury, Katherine 63,117 Augsburger, Brad 73 Baker, Eugene 63 Barnes. Karen 63,143 Beck, Marcille 63,115,126,144 Beitler, Ellen 63,143 Berglund, Janice 60.63 Blakeslee, Constance 63,151 Blue, Linda 63.143 Boze. Rodney 63,144 Bruner, Cheryl 63,142 Buskirk, Rebecca 63,143,145 Buss, Martha 63.142 Caddy, Judith 63,144 Callender, Robert 62,63 Carpenter, Maxine 64 Chapman, Elizabeth 62,64,73,142, 145,151 Charles, John 64,144 Charles, Wilma 64,143 Chroninger, Linda 64,97,101,108,109 Chroninger, Rosalyn 64 Clay, David 64,152,153 Corey, Robert 62,64,144 Craig, Linda 64,65,142,143,151 Davis, Connie 64 Denney, Alvin 64 Detar, Debbie 61,64,118.119,120 Diehl, Stanley 64 Drabenstot, Rose 64 Duguid, Jerry 64 Dyck, Doris 64 Dyke, Nancy 64 Eady, Vikki 64,144,151 Ellis, Susan 62,64,9O Enders, Marian 64 Enslen, Jeanette 65 Ewald, David 65 Fox, Peggy 65 Fox, Renee 65 Gifford, Delbert 65 Goldsmith, Annette 65 Greenhood, William 65 Haberkamp, Ricky 65,93.95,99.101 Habig, Ronald Haring, Ruby 65,117,142 Haughton, Cheryl 65,144,151 Havens. Alvin 65.84,141.173 Helm, Nancy 66 He rwaldt, Stephen 82,93,99,104,105. 107 Hewes. Gayle 66 Howard, Cynthia 66 Jacobs, Vicki 66 Jacobson, Joyce 66 Joslin, Nancy 66,138 Just, Judith 66 Kacena. George 66.85.90 Keeling, Gary Keidel, Paul 66 Kidd. Helen 66,143 Kilmer, Phyllis 67 King, Cynthia 67,143 King, Thomas Koopman, Ronald 67 Kubota. Shirley 67 Lewis, Robert 67,142 Lombard, Rose 66.67 McCubbin. Jean 67 McCurdy. John 67 McName, Jean 143 McSorley, Brenda 67.141 Malick. William 67,106.118.119.120 Manross. Christine 67 Masopust, Bruce 67.93.94.96.97,99. 100.101.102,105,106 Mitchell, John 68 Mitoft, Ruth 68 Murray, Judith Myers, Marietta 68 Myers, Stanley 68,142,145 Nace. Rex Niccum, Sherry 68 Nicholson, Diane 68,114 Noethlich, Jack Park, Richard 68.144 Parker, Jane 68 Perry, Linda 68 Person. James Pottschmidt, Donna 68,85.151 Rader. Thomas 68.91 Raiche, Leon Ransom, Robert 68.85.151 Reiman, Steven Reside, Timothy 68 Reynolds. Ronald 68 Reynolds, Thomas Rickner, Evadna Rogers, Robert Roch. Philip 68 Rust. Judy 68 Sassaman. Inez 68,142,143 Schierling, Gary Schumacher, Gordon 68 Shaffer. Virginia 68,143 Shank. Thomas 68 Shields. John Shisler, Elaine 69 Shisler, Paul 60,69 Smart, Steven 69 Smith, Randall 69 Snowdon. Dave 69 Steiner. Coleen 69 Snyder. Judith 32,69 Steinmetz. Michelle Stemen. Kay 69 Stickle. Karen 69.91.117 Sullivan. Wayne 69 Teague, Dennis Thorpe, Bonnie 69.132 Ursini, Susan 32.69.143 Vance, Patricia 69 Walker, Ralph 69 Wiggin. Stephen 142.144,152,153 Wilson. Bonnie 33.69 Wilson, Lee 69 Wilson. Robert 69 Young, Karen 32.69,111,143 Ziegenfus, Carlton 69 Zurcher, Deryll 62.69 JUNIORS Aamodt. Otto 51 Adell. Wesley 51 Alejandro, Dick 51 Amstutz. Wendell 51,155 Armstrong, William Arnholt. Karen Arnholt, Marybelle 48,51,55,144 Ballentine. William 51 Banks,Joan 51,143 Barcalow, Douglas 51.118.119.12O. 128 Barczi, Joyce 48.51 Baxter, Ruth 51 Betz, Russell 51 Bixler, Karen 51,144 Blake, Daniel 51.60.115 Bledsoe. Anna 51,140,144 Blum, Donna 29,52,118,119,12O,l21, 128,137 Boone, Danny 52 Bosma, Elyse 52 Bristol. Susan 52,115,117 Broom, Andrew 33,52 Cameron. Marilyn 52 Carey, Pamela 47,118,119,12O.128 Cassidy, Duane 52,138,144 Conrad, Kenneth 93,99 Cook. Philip 52 Dailey, Norman 52 Dissinger. Deloris 52.57.140 Dunham, Frances 52,140 Edwards, Sunny 52 Ellis, Junne Emerick, Karen Emerick, Richard 52 Ewert, Sheryl 52.136 Falor. Larry 52,129 Fleck, Judith 53 Gartside, Alice 53 Gerig, Lowena 53,138 Giroux, Jane 53,57,140,144 Goff. Maxine 21.27.142 Gould, David 53 Gramling, Vicki 53.144 Greenhood. Sylvia 53 Grubb, Marvin 51.53 Hall, Lonna Hall, Timothy 93.99.105 Harris, Phil Hartill, Bonita 53 Hauser, Arthur 53 Haynes. Merle 53 Heidelberg. Louise 53.144.152,153 Helm. Jacqueline 53 Hiebert, Lois 53 Hirschy. Charles 53 Hobbs, David 53 Hoel, Kenneth Huffman, Donald 54 Hughes, Kathleen 54,129.142 Huls, Richard 54 Jackson. Brooks 54 Johnson, James Johnson. Phyllis 54 Keifer. Eunice 54 King, Daniel King, Wayne 54.144 Klopfenstein, Sandra 54 Langham. James Laymon. Susan 54.58.149,152,153 Leismer, Judy 54 Lemmon, John 54.141 Liechty. Stanley 54 Littell, Fred Lloyd, Tony 54 Loder, Sharon 54 Mathew, Richard 50 McCubbin. Robert Merillat, Peggy 54,142,143.145 Miller. David 54,128,144 Miller, Raymond Morand. Gaye 54.145 Mott. James 54,140 Myers. Doris Nelson, Marjorie 54 Nesseth, Peggy 54 Neuenschwander, Nancy 55.146 Noble, Jerry 55 Oda, William Okasako. Norman 55,138,140 Orndorff, Martha 55 Patton, Karen 55 Patton, Paul 55 Pazdziora, Patrick 55 Peters. Robert 55.142 Peters, Thomas 56 Peyton, Ada 56 Pigott. Hayward 56.117.141 Pottschmidt. Linda 56.138 Querubin. Katherine 56.140 Rader. Susan 56 Ramsey. Randolph 56 Rashley, Charlene 56 Reiman. Stephen 56 Rich. Rodney 56 Rickert, Donna 47,143.145 Rife. Charles 50 Rogers. Charles 56.136 Ross. Mark 50 Runyon, Stanley 56.142 Salsburey, Larry 56.65 Scattlin. Ralph Schlitter. Cheryl 56 Schmidt, Janet 56,143 Seawell, Judy 52.56,144,152,153 Secrist, Mary 56.57 Sherrow, Michael 56,142.152.153 Short. Bonilynn 56 Silvis, Joyce 56 Snider, Ruth 57 Sommer. Steven 57.142,145.151 Sovine, Tamra Stewart. Linda 49.50.85 Stirn, Janet 50 Stonum. Linda 57.74.146 Streid. Sharon 57,143 Stubblefield. Janet 48,57 Ubbinga, Anna Victorsen, Richard 57 Wagner, Paul Warner. Cheryl 57.128.138.144 Webb, Pamela 57 Wenger. Joe 57.117 West. David 57 Weyer. Norman 53.58 Whiteman, Bruce Wikoff. Patricia Williams. Samuel 58.93.95.96.97.99 102,132,146 Woodward. James 58 Yakich, Lily 53.144151 Zeikle, Albert Zurcher, Steven 58 SENIORS Alejandro, Wilfred 38 Andrea. Mary 38 Armstrong, Richard 37,128 Bahler. Mabel 37.38,-47.132 Barrett. Carol 39 Baxter, Richard 26.-17.136 Beal. Janice 39 Beitler. Darlene 39.117 Birky. Kenneth 40 Bixler, Ruth 40 Bomer, Richard -10 Bower. Rcsita Brading, Patricia 40.42.143 Collier, Jerry Davis. Ronald Enbom, Arleta 35.-10,146 Enslen. William 37.-17 Foster. Martha 40 Gaerte. Judith 41 Gould, Dawn -11.90 169 Hanes. Dan 41.128 Hartley, Walter 41 Hawk, Terry 41 Haynes, Linda 41 Hebner, Diana 41 Hyde, Harry 118,119,120.121 Jerauld, Joann Johnson, Linda 41 Knoblet, Gerald 41 Kuhnle, Marsha 42 Lehman, Sara 42 Light, William 42 Livingston, Judith 42 McCubbin, Robert 42 McMillen, Luanne Macy, Patricia 43,143 Meisenheimer. Fred 43 Miller, Ray Miller, Sharon 43.117 Mills. Michael 43 Mills, Sharon 43 Nesseth, Richard 43 Nordgren, Clyde Osborne, Sharon 34,43,142,143,145 Oxenrider, Jack Quackenbush, Joy 142,145 Reeck, Roger 43.138 Ringenberg, Marsha 47,118,119,12O, 152,153 Rodocker. Dianne 44,146 Ross. Steven Rowell, Janice44 Rupp. Jerald 44,144 Rust. Thomas 93.97.99 Sams. Betty 44,123 Sargent, Sandra 44 Scantlin, Ralph Schaffner, Lynette 44,143,145 Scherreik, Maryellen 44 Schierling, Marla 44,130,148,154 Schierling, Stephen 45,13O,138,154 Sherman, Roger Simon, Darrel 45 Smith, Phillip 45 Smith, Sandra 46 Sprunger, Wayne 46,142 Steiner, Bill 37 Stone. Rodney 46 Torry, Peter 34.45,46,12O,136 Tucker, Jay 46 Walker. Randall 46,137 Wattles, Delia 46,146 Weaver, Cheryl 46 White, Dixie 46 Whiteford, Dianna 34,37,118.119.12O Wikoff, Patricia FACULTY AND TRUSTEES Amstutz, Virgil 12 , Andersen, Marilyn 22,31,143,145 170 Balsiger, Forest Beltz, James Bicket, William 12 Birkey, Arlan 22,146 Bryan, William Burgess, Mark 12 Cartmel, Daryl 22.23.123 Chase, Donald 12 Chase, Francis 12 Clauser, James Conrad, Eunice 18 Cunningham, Earl 22 Douglas, Donald 22 Ehlke, Edith 16 Eicher, Cyril 16 Erdel, Paul 12 Fackler, Miriam Ferrier, Dale 12 Flick. Jack Friedly, Fern 25 Gallagher, Ralph 22 Geiger, Kenneth 12 Gerig, lra 18 Gerig, Jared 10,l4,16,89,131 Gerig, Joy 16,128,150 Gerig, Wesley 18,142 Gould, Nelson 22 Habegger, Tillman 12 Hoatson, Grant 17 Hovee. Gene 22,73 Hughes, Robert 22 Keener. Burl 12 Kimbel, Joseph 12 Klopfenstein, Don 23 Klopfenstein, Weldon 17,133 Langosch, Marlene 23 Lougheed, Virgil 12 Lutton, Donna 17 McHatton, Glenn 21,23 Macklin, Helen 23 Mayers. Joan 20,21,23 Miller, Carl 12 Miller, Stanley 12 Mittelstadt, Olga 25 Morley, Stephen 23,93,99,100,104, 105,107 Nickel, Ted 18,146 Nussbaum, Milo 12 Peterson, Vernon 12 Pippin, D. Leon 23 Platte, Jay 24,128,144,150, 152,153 Ramseyer, Roy Rowell, Willard 17 Simpson, Edward 11,19 Simpson, Frances 4,11,19 Soden, Ellen 25,31,142 Soden, M. Elmer 24,128 Steiner, Ezra 12 Steiner, Marguerite 25 Strubhar, Robert 19 Stucky, John 12 Taylor, Clyde 10.13 Thompson, Robert 12 Tutrinoli, Tullio 25 Warner, Timothy 10,15,16,19 138 Weddle, Forest 9,16,19,21 Welty, Herold 16 Widder, Wayne 24,128 STAFF Baxter, Richard 26,47,15O Beitler, Sharon 26 Beitler,Tl'1eda 26 Bley, Adolph 26 Blodgett, Alice 26 Bueschlen, Wava 26 Burns. Ruth 26 Carney, Martha 26 Chamberlain, Sheryl 26 Coon, Barbara 26 Cox, lrene 27 Dafforn, Freeda 27 Degler, Cleo 27 Gilliland, Beverly 27 Goff, Maxine 21,27 Grubb, Marilyn 27,150 Hake, Alma 27 Hake, Orlys 27 Hartley. Sylvia 27 Hausser, Ada 27 lmel, Agnes 28 Isaac, Adelle 28 Keen, Ellen 28 Kile, Richard 28 McHatton, Jean 28 Mosier, Linda 28,150 Nantz, Victor 17,23 Neuenschwander, Ann 28 Nickel, Rose Ann 28 Oyer, Noah 28 Popps. Marie 28 Ranes, Harold 29 Reynolds, Clara 29 Reynolds, Edison 20,2829 Rich, Nancy 29 Ross. 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