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

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iw L WW llillili roLse the Lord! FJFO pro 'DFG pm pro' pro prof 'DFG 'sei-lim 'se God in His sqnctucirhg! Se I-lim in Hismiihtg heavens! se I-lim For His ci 5 OF surpassing . .th t m E Sreaisness, prcise Himwi ru pe s, 'se Hi with har sand res 'i , P Lu , se I-lim wukhdfum s and dancing. with iwcirpsond FLul:e . wilzh Loud cymbcis. isa Him with Loud soundin se Hfm praise the Lord olfli Cgmbdtg' A L t F iS6 U76 Lorcirmg Crea UI-es INTR onuc WON! THEME A CAbEMlCS SPQR TS A CTIVITIES EVER YQNE DEDICA TIGN This book is dedicated to o team Howard and Ruth Dunlap Both have pastor's callings- Ruth in the home lwhen the five were smalll, Howard in the church, And wherever they ore, Both believe in the importance of education And have sacrificed willingly for it. Both have served our beloved College in the Alumni!Church Relations office- Howard cs developer and director since l978, and Ruth as secretary since I979. We will miss your loyous Christ consciousness and spiritual vitality, You are a great team! YEAR Art. C-Zi' er-E, . mf , " EQ OF ,X PRA! E X , rvlf 5 -1 5 TNQ A 3 ,+ M i . J 1, 4 V5-y ' I , f g X --- Z1 PSALM I 50 3 - e T ,Qui-xy Ough pf 06,06 LE T'S .xx X 'O Q9 ff 'WO GW 100 C09 -4 'O Ng eooq M Ag iinaxsuawwm.-av-v "1 PR A,SE xw000vf 0'v . , ,i , .. 0 C9009 NN 0K0 fr M0050 QKOCN X , EM 000 540050 00 M966 IG. LETS Qag:-1-f', K , A g'j,,4,. Y' I 4,4-, ---, .. -f 1, iii? by -5. t 1 , - '-pw: ' 5m f"n'a2 W ha m i. -QSJSIFEQ . 3. 1 , e al W.: a-:...,1- N lk b l 1 Q V- - YN 'N W' f f i fqx NN . A V 1 CY , X ,V f 5 ' - '---A' : A , ma f -- - H 'X ' 'N fi-1 'FW in ,, 1. f . , , -qw ,huqti-4 1,X,L', Fpqirgif- I ,N I S I ,fl-I. Q E Q I 5, .fsgglig , . 'K ' ' - ' 34' 'fg iirv mis: ,xl 'if . -Lying Q V 4 I , W! l . ,. ,l,, 21.1 fx,-A Q f ' "L sv. -f . 1 Q- '0 Q9 P 'J An l I 5 , L 1 f ' " ',tifgn4f- ' HJ.-lt 1 --' ,K ' FW4' fix: 'QQ " '3 ffffff-" 2 ' 'f ' ' 'I'5+Lf'-f-'-"Q" T-Jia . "T"7 ' A .j ' 77 43" ' 0 ALT, M N00 ,XX 0890 ' , . 4 , ' i i , , Ax 'K -o A s i 5: Q 660 K0 gr, Ex' - 1 . ff ,A . , M . -. wwf, 6 '54, YN Moog 'Q 560 e i 4 4 E Q -X00 , PRAISE - YN U9 wo throdgh xxef' Y faw-3.1. wwe' uc 41 -. 3.51 .W in.: v f. V, V ...., mg .-L., in Q? I f IEQIRQ 5555! 11 if -2 xoffw ' - ' Mu.l, -...- 7 PSALM I 50 Praise the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary, praise him in his mighty heavens. Praise him for his acts of power, praise him for his surpassing greatness. Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet, praise him with the harp and Iyre, Praise him with tambourine and dancing, praise him with the strings and flute, Praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals. Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. ' PRAISE L K I L i v 7 HIM PRAISE THE L ORD! PSALM I 50 I 904- I 90 ei' Mil' ff"1 Can you imagine having to ask the Dean if you can go out on a date or even speak to a member of the oppo- site sex? Well, that's the way it was in the early years here at FWBIXFWBC. Eighty Years , ,, W ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,.. , , Y,--7.41 , -. elim, l l , ,, , ,, xii "," 'f' "" 'rr' ,:g:::.:s, l TOP LEFT As we were before, the Institute lFWBlJ graduated to a College CFWBCD, MIDDLE LEFT The chapel as it stood in -at r I Schultz Hall TOP RlGl-lT: Shhh, no talking, l this is a library' MlDDLE RlGl'lT: This was the whole school lBethany and Schultzl, Consider J it now' BOTTOM RIGHT. Brass performing i group ll932l included Burt Johnson, i Lawrence Schoenhals, CYRIL EICHER, Eugene Gerber. p, 4. l i. il i ii-L o f Praise Eiga-: -' ..,.:,-:-,f,- 1 - ..-M .. s,.,,, 1, W, . , ' " T55 V J l ...f. - - s. - U i T T l1" llll5E l5 "ff FI ff. ll' l "dl" f.,-A vi ir' . . . I! ,A vqlnlvl lw all ,A-liiiil 'l:l.'iLE, ' v-I T -'a lllwg- i' Hit!-e,,,.ii ,i if .. I My , -1. Q 1' , it A UT Tl fifsfifmiii I 984- I 985 This year, the 80th Anniversary came in with a celebration of G-od's bless- ings, Over the years, FWBC has ex- panded to become what it is today. Praise the Lord for His faithfulness. TOP LEFT LOOK' There's more than one table in this library' MIDDLE LEFT. Jay Platte leading the congregation during the chapel service commemorating 80 years of service. BOTTOM LEFT: l985 Performing group, Common Bond, Ted Wilson, John McMindes, Russ lida, Dann Zehr TOP RIGI-lT1 The FWBC sign as it stands today MIDDLE RIGHT: See how our chapel has grown! Good News ls Hard To Keep. F WBC Accredited by North Cen trol ...,-.....e........z.......... ...1 .,. ,. .-Q ... ..r ....... .,...e,.. TH 9,124 rs ff ,. H-, ,g,.,--'su-, vi'-x ls, x, K , .. . ..,, 7. 'X I - TP e. -. 'e .' N . - :ff . L-'3'Fif " ?L..21-even '- F14 22:12-P-s V-: N " " 1' ' Nea ? -s e f " N A iff?-,V 'KT' ' t 7' .fy M ,.,-,.vsgp.. SDJ. 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ABOVE: Dr, Dugan, Vice President for Aco- demic Affairs, reloices that a goal the College has long been working toward has now been reached. LEFT: Gayle Weber enters into the celebrative mood as she waits in the cafeteria line for cake. RIGHT' Dick Baxter, coordinator of the Self-Study document, is visibly pleased. His years of careful work resulted in a ZOO page document which received high commen- dation, February 27 was an unusual day, Not often is 0 special all-school meeting called at 3 o'clock in the afternoon with a party following. The afternoon marked the favor- able recommendation of the eval- uation team regarding the Col- lege's receiving accreditation from North Central Association when their committee meets in June. The College has had candidate status since January I983. No one knows exactly how many hours appointed committees have worked on policies, documents, curriculum, finances, and other concerns. But the pain of the labor of the past two years has been for- gotten in the pleasure of the com- mendation for work well done. V .,.-.au -ZW , . lx- N' el ' ll' fre. fn l ' X' ' C' l sell Q 4: -xslt . , .. it 9 ' N IN MEM OR! M is 1 ,s F ff . il- f.. i A William Forest Weddle l907- l 984 lovingly remember . . . Dr. Weddle Forever a student- AII God's world was interesting to him, the revealed Word and the created world. He loved to study everything, And he used well God's gifts of brilliance and almost total recall. Forever a teacher- Clear presentations and a holy patience characterized his classroom work. He delighted in teaching the intricacies of Biblical backgrounds, archeology, mathematics, and many other subjects, and all with a bit of sly wit and gentle humor. Forever a part ot Fort Wayne Bible College- Hundreds of alumni remember the impact of his simple yet deep and reverent explanations of the Scriptures. His fair mindedness, good judgment, and genuine concern for the College have helped to shape it. Q Q QQ Q SS Q X Qi This ls More Than Just A -SQ ,ur- UPPER LEFT Egg-xactly what she wanted' Muse.: Huber proudly shows off her eggchlld. UPPER MIDDLE Is anybody ln there? Enc Hancock dectdes to take part IH a psy- chology class egg-perurnent. UPPER RIGHT: Sharon Meleur communicates Important business perspectnves. BOTTOM: Do, Re, Mu Shirley Platte, Ruth Ferner, and Carol Dugan practuce during the Music for Chnl- dren's class I6 Classroom if l if Application, application, application! Students may forget some of the text- book facts, but most of the practical learning experiences will remain for a long time to come. Classrooms offered guest speakers ranging from an Israeli journalist to a missionary on furlough sharing his joy of the mission field. Some students learned about respon- sibility and commitment through car- ing for an egg. Other students learned while observing a five-year old's reac- tion to various toys and books. Every pastoral ministry major will remember the challenge and the benefit of a role- playing situation. Each student leaves with a new awareness of the world around him. 4 ,ch ,, . . i .V I I I " 2: 31-1 'R 4-rc.-if ' 3 F, N V ' ,itvzfe-ei is T ' . sq. 2 r,'9 5. MW . Ad . 13. W ., N "X J f W I Q s' J 1 f Y, .,,. , I .Ur g v ii I il , ,R V We 1- . .A I -. 1 I l x f Q 'Sy I - ' i Q ' lots ' 9, ,Q--T 5 fi : :...E,f A ' - ' "'l ' - .. ' - 'D . ., ...ss . ' . ,iff TOP: "Are you with me?" Professor Roger Ringen- berg takes his class an Paul's first missionary iourney. MlDDLEi Professor Biberstein seems amused Cor em- barrassed?i by the pastoral counsel given by student Gregory Peck in a role playing session in Pastoral The- ology class. BOTTOM: Guest speaker Zionist Gavriel Strasman and student Donovan Coley stay awhile after history class to discuss the apartheid situation in South Africa. l7 I gr- -H 73 L at gamma Kg .T SMYX I , . , I .V wvpi' 1 3 A --' ' --Lv ,' , - tu .gi-Q W . 5 "x I I . "fl J E I ,., . g sm.. ,grq.1" X ,----W ' -' . 5 . I I , I .,- ,' , ,, '- fi Ng my ,Q Q' . ,inf A - .T f- 53.17 er :Ati V., .. V ' " ' r H Q, 1 Z Eye! -,5 :Qf'11,g' f 'f T, T I I If '17 T' V A fi I 'fl I ,- 1 'If - ,I ' TOP LEFT Tony MrIIer drscusses 'ob opportunrtres wrth Gary Burduck TOP RIGHT Counselrng class MID- DLE LEFT Busuness 8. Educatron ma- lors guve Super Merv a brrthday par- ty MIDDLE Pastoral theology class MIDDLE RIGHT Kevrn Abbott re- vrews for a "quuz " ABOVE Rnch An' drews computes a musrc assagn- rnent BOTTOM LEFT Carole Demond grves rnstructron with vndeo equrprnent BOTTOM RIGHT Stan Nussbaum rn Mrssrons class I8 fc 1--Q ,L . J t . 'E N VKNWM w , T f A q Q: . 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HCSKTORS CON VO CA TION Q Cocurricular-Top Students Katie Schlorke-Freshman H3 pointsl Terry Michael-Sophomore ll8 5 pointsl Mike Badgerow-Junior 132 pointsl Cocurricular-Top Seniors Lori Wilka lan Yorston Donovan Coley Seniors-l5 points or more .lean Ronde Lori Hebert Mark Brinkman Ken Hogg Jim Dunlap Ray Hylton Dave Gruber Janna Schlatter Who's Who Cathy Austin Debra Burkholder Michael Cadrette Sharon Meek Alfred Peck Loretto Stroup Nancy Vale Mark Vincent Delta Pi Kappa Marla Bettinger Nancy Schuler lhonoraryl C E Award Roger Diehl Monica Collins Lyn Loewen Alpha Kappa Donn Dietz Rich Hull Sharon Meek Brian Allison Scot Wilson SCHOLARSHIP Ache-Cathy Austin Ira Gerig-Kevin March Kenton Gerig-Pam Cook Larry Ebersole Haller-Betty Rychener Wiederkehr-Teresa Beard Hirschy-Phil Reynolds Scott Liechty Hogue-Don Bettinger Phillips-Robert Yap Clyde Taylor-Jim Gehman Tommy Logan Roy Meyer-Bob Herman Powers-David Williams Poorman-Lorie Vincent Friends of Fort Wayne Bible College Scholarships, Angie Binkley Mike Cadrette Kent Fahl Terry Fittro Lori Hebert Ray Hylton Lyn Loewen Pam Postel Sermon Awards Ted Wilson Rich Hull David Maxwell American Bible Society Award Sharon Meek Donn Dietz Honorary Delta Epsilon Chi Dale Ferrier Robert Strubhar Delta Epsilon Chi Cathy Black Monica Collins Sharon Meek Karen Umrnel Mark Vincent Lonnie Powell Cindy Sauder Janna Schlatter Karen Ummel Lee Underwood Mark Vincent Kathy Witzig CHRI HQINSSER VICE: Jai 11 ., , TOP LEFT Secretones Lorrorne Meek ond Bev Free TOP R!GHT Durector Joy Gerng counsels Mark Pyles on career chorces BOTTOM LEFT Rose Ann Nrckel, IMC Drrector, revrews Don Lorson's CS proyect wrth hum, BOTTOM RIGHT' AssusTor1tDurec1or,DlCk Baxter shows Ted Wrlson the Helps Frle 20 i ?s, 'T l gs if T 4454 X 'il NK 'Q J 'in ., Not only does the Christian Service Department provide FWBC students with opportunities for participation in local ministries, but they also offer other valuable services: guidance in summer internship programs, career choices, resume writing, tips for suc- cessful interviews, and numerous other services. The CS Depart- ment is directed by Joy Gerig, with Assistant Director, Dick Bax- ter and secretaries Lorraine Meek and Bev Free. -,"n.!1 TOP' Sharing a parable with Chil- dren's Church was a part of Lyn- effe Kittle's CS protect. MIDDLE LEFT Cathy Price and "Froggie" l in her puppet and costume clos- et MIDDLE RIGHT, Phil Kittle leads his group ot children in a time of music BOTTOM1 Cosby Poindexter and Janice Miller ob- -Y-6 serve the bulletin board of Op- portunities tor Service. .WP la:.lB 21 HIS COMPANY SUMMER '84 -4152 1' -Q., "The i984 summer HIS Company drama and music troupe traveled through a total of lO states, ranging from Nebraska to Pennsylvania. The location of performances ranged anywhere from churches to prisons. The prisons were my favorite, al- though they were a challenge. The troupe had o two week concentrated practice, rehearsing tor eight hours a day, six days a week. The tour itselt was ten weeks long, including a one week vacation. lt was a valuable learning experience." Joyce Klay TOP Kevin March, Sonya Strahm, direc- tor, Randy Bishop, Ted Wilson, Joyce Klay, Ann Harris, Jennie Boehm MID- DLE LEFT TO RIGHT Ted Wilson, Kevin March, Jennie Boehm, and Joyce Klay perform their drarnalogues in chapel BOTTOM The group singing their finol performance 22 it f 1' -V If S DISCO VER Y Q 7. .2 A cg. :f SP " ' ' 1 i - -L ii.. f-N ,, t ,Q L C7 'T' 1 ... N, X 42. sa- . in A Q E 4 , V -3: X s i -5 V. .. 1 lux! V' 5 fi' T uf l l if f' A , 5' Navi.. tw ,i f X i X ig I l , lg tl : 7, Q3 i. Q -' ' -V." 'J sfndg ig f J,-wx! , il . I ,f Q , . A . - A N 'Discovery, a six member mixed ensemble, traveled 3 out of 4 weekends to churches in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio, singing about the love of Jesus and what He means to them. Through the opportunities of wor- ship services, youth meetings, chapel and Youth Con- ference, the group was able to share their discovery of who Jesus Christ is. The members of Discovery also had many opportunities to grow both together and personally in the Lord as they shared the mutual goal of glorifying the Lord Jesus." Kevin March TOP Jennifer Lane, Beth Cotter, Dottie Greenley, Mike Schoffstall tsound technician,i Don Hart C l st semester,J Kevin March MIDDLE Jennifer Stuart, and Beth sing praises BOTTOM. Jennifer Lane, Stuart Zurcher l2nd semestert, Beth Cotter, Kevin March, and Dottie Greenley perform in chapel. ABOVE LEFT Kevin March tstudent directorJ shares about God's mighty power. ABOVE RIGHT Jennifer Lane gives her testimony 23 COMMON BOND 'Q-t 'timsfl 'C7 Common Bond, a tive member CS group, which toured several states and performed in churches and at retreats, gave part of their program in chapel. They began with a short skit and then proceeded to share in song and testimony. C xl ,, wuz "' W-" -s 1 TOP LEFT Russ lida, John McM:ndes, Dann Zehr, Steve Snyder lsound technician,J and Ted Wilson, TOP RIGHT: Dann, John, Ted and Russ learn a new song. MIDDLE LEFT1 Ted Wilson, student director, sings a solo, MIDDLE' John, Russ, Ted and Dann, each in their own world during chapel. MIDDLE RIGHT Dann Zehr shares his testi- mony BOTTOM LEFT, Russ lida and John McMindes share in song, BOTTOM RIGHTz Common Bond looks picture perfect, 24 2 Q. ,Jilin S- 13 . ks 2' gl y -4-.1 me -1, , ,f v 5' Nt il 1 n : :n '-. , . HIS COMPANY I'-IIS Company, a six member group, directed by Miss Sonia 4' I ' u ASK X I Q X Strahm, performed the play "No More Precious Gift." The drama begins with Da- vid, the shepherd boy, being sent to play his harp for King Saul. David becomes friends with Saul's son, Jonathan, and marries Saul's daughter, Mi- chal, Saul is angered and fears that he will lose his king- dom, The story ends with Saul's death and David king of Israel. c,f.-A - ...5 TOP LEFT. AI Peck, Jim Gehman, Paul Wilkinson, Ann Klunzinger, and Juli Larnard TOP RIGHT: David, the shepherd boy, praises the Lord with his harp Cmade by Ted Wilsonl CENTER LEFT1 Jonathan and David dis- cuss their relationship CENTER RIGHT: King Saul watches with great tear the growing relationship of David and Jonathan BOTTOM LEFT. Ann Klan- zinger, AI Peck, Jim Gehman, Paul Wilkinson, and Juli Larnard MIDDLE Michal and Jonathan discuss the situation 25 I FRONT: Marrissa Barnes, Sharon Gerig, Eileen 1 Bays, David Williams, Kathy Kulp, Heather Lehr I man. SECOND1 Angie Pridmore, Kim Davis, Dan l Potter, Mark Brinkman, Gayle Weber, Laura Sto- l ver THIRD: Trudy Holloway, Ruth Ferrier, Scott schrhdier, Terry Sordelet, John Hughes, crhdy l Yeagley, Lori Wilka, BACKi Rich Andrews, Ken l 1 l E Binion, Mark Pyles, Tom Lichtenberger. l l r A G , if 'XJ ' A 1 .A X X158 r X 5 ' r - .v ' E- - is 'r ' .T r -r ,. ' -r ' J 4 '?'iX--Q.. l u 4. it bf v Q ll ,F -, X 'W ' T H ' .T H A r st 2 5 5' 'I l 5 , Y 1 . ' A X. ! X 49 W rw ,gg A 4 i' , , I lr ' ' 0- "5-'S' X ABOVE Not much homework was done on tour in spite ot the somewhat studious look ot this picture FAR RIGHT Jay Platte-he ' mal es people sing' RIGHT Alex says good- 4- u ' bye ' kill' I - if , ff 1.5" " 'I lr DHT-x'f 'l ' 7, I, ,, .. J .z. 21" l' ig 26 ON SPRING ' r P nf! I TO UR l 1 .si l ,.l1t Director, Dr Jay Platte Accompanist: Scott Schindler President. Mark Pyles Vice-President' Angie Pndmore Secretary-Treasurer: Kim Davis Head and Ass't Librarian: R, Ferrier and G, Weber Public Information Officers J Hughes, S Gerig Student Directors: T Lichtenberger, T, Sordelet The unity of the group was special- lots of laughter. Partly because we felt so outgoing, the churches opened up their arms to us, and the receptions were warm. The Holy Spirit gave us the energy for a spirit of praise even when we were tired. Several times we noticed that our best concerts were given when we were most tired, The spring tour Clvlarch 8-l7J took us to twelve churches in four states Clndiana, Illinois, - X f ' ei' ee- X XX PL , 'xx J . 'Qi x or t A X NQSL. fi , ' f ig f . it tx Yiffslf 4, 525' XX f 99 ,,', 5 :2 so V eseff 1 3, 1 1 - egg J A ltr, ,, if ' A-A-A 5 'T ga-if ' f Q23 J Ohio, and Missouril E A 'A N 3 N XX X ffgl '3 Xxf' . E, l tx ' , L t-2... 'gf ix " FI TOP' Sharon Gerig, Cindy Yeagley, Angie Prid- more, Lori Wilka, and Dan Potter start the crazi- ness betore the vans pull out of the parking lot, TOP RIGHT, The sign Scott holds does not refer to his character: it was a communication to another van saying that Heather Lehman had seen one lll pig also, LEFT: A send-oft song instigated by Dan Potter and Angie Pndmore, "Joy is the flag flown high from the castle of my heart" RIGHT' David Williams lets off steam at the after- noon bowl in Peoria, 175 Ov POP N' PIZZA Brings People Toge ther um- 5 xiii it .U 'sv' - T, 'Y N ' 5 ' rig- ' -' , - ' '. - "--.QT E, '-Qi . A 5 , . V Y- - , .-1, .', l 'TM ' J I gg,-f , .,.. .T - ,z -' A '..-.-.X x r 2 - ' l I +- T' , 1: 4' Aff? Q . KC X .I N, 3.4.1, . .- K Q. xx if - " Q- .X r 'X A T . ,f,-P . E .1 u f-Sf' - Y , - "w, - , r ' .. XX'-A' ' .V ' ' 'wt ' ' fllfz.--" -5 wif ' XX ' 'k fuk I V Q X -4 - l, I xi' -K x- 'A ' JAV- f ' R ' - -"YA Tu - L .g. . - l TOP. Dana gwes that classnc touch to a great performance ABOVE. Harvey and Naam: on 0 date MID TOP Alert but tlred servers look forthe moreepnzza slgnal MID BOTTOM No wonder those alert servers ore hred RIGHT. Mark Pyles on the produchon Ime 28 -1 ,, I --.umm -. V ' ' r' 4 ' T I E N ...' 9, N . A .E -4:1 .r.. A. .... kkwxwrxjws- Q H , e ., :mlb - N5 wwf' ' x , . :B A fa . - I Qiyf-14 ' ..... .ef il-E x ,' ' I X XM T5 T Y? l , X 1 ' x ' r . 1, ' 1 QQ' f' f f ' A A. . 4 ,, 9 F WBC BAND Enjoys Lighter Schedule .,..- .9 TTI X ll a Lid ., - nf' i t skill: ' It ,IL Band members have really enjoyed the year. Public performances were fewer and the pace was relaxed. The concerts given were a Christmas Concert, Pops 'N Pizza, one band chapel, and the Spring Concert, plus participation in the All-City Band Festival at the Performing Arts Center in January. The "Entertainer" in PDQ Bach style, done for Pops 'N Pizza was a favorite selection, Others were "Patriots," a march to pull out all the stops on, and of course the perennial 'lSleigh Ride" with its happy sound effects. FRONT ROW Kim Gonzalez, Cyndi Marks, Becky Rassi SECOND Donna Rediger, Trudy Holloway, Judy Cuclaler THIRD Dana Collins, Ted Wilson, Janice Miller, Dr Wes FOURTH Juli Larnard, Terry Michael, Jay Heare, Mike Plasterer FIFTH Ed lrmeger, Jeanine Klay, Kevin March, Marlane Sturm, Joyce Klay, Merv Nichols, Jim Gehman BACK ROW Eric Vincent, AI Rassi, Lori Wilka, William Gon- zalez LEFT Lori concentrates on the directors signal MIDDLE Jim Gehman on baritone BOTTOM Janice Miller at ease Jim Gehman President Wm Gonzalez Vice Pres Trudy Holloway' Librarian Jay Heare, Stage Manager Lon Wilka Secretary 29 RECITALS N-L, FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER ix TOP LEFT Rot Block on promo TOP RIGHT Scott John HUgeSiSer-nor pat Blockfsenior I Schindler on promo BOTTOM LEFT Loretto Stroup on L tt Strou -Senior Scott SChIV1dl6l'-SEFIIOI' organ BOTTOM RIGHT Mark Pyles, boss, wuth accom- Ore G p Mark Pyles-Junior pomsr, Rohn Moms 30 . ?". SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SF LOIJQY FCSAIQVIPOL O: Tony Campolo spoke of himself as a "burr under the saddle of comfortable Christians." In the two days of Staley Lectures he considered the Christian's relation to culture, economics, the state, the poor, etc. l'The Church has trained you to read the New Testament with American values," he said. Besides asking us to think in terms ot the world, he urged us Has a school to be what no other school is: a place where people take care ot one another's needs." One student during the ques- tion session was given a directive to help this happen in cases of financial need. QA TOP Tony Campolo held our attention ABOVE Phil Reynolds, following Campolo's informative message, asks how we can stay better informed RIGHT Students were eager to continue the dis- CUSSIOH IDEAS FROM CAMPOLO'S LEC- TURES: "I know something about you-down deep inside you want to do something heroic for the King- dom. Don't lose the vision," "lt is important that you stay in school and serve at the same time. Tension is a good state to be in. There is a chance for balance then." ul want a youth group whose hearts are broken by what Jesus' heart is broken by." "Subiectively never decide on your own. The Church is full of lone rang- ers. We need brothers and sisters in Christ to keep us from rationalizingf' 32 Il-IAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SPECIAL C TH ELLIOT JON! I , . -up .,........-N... I Betty Elliot saved the great story of the mission to the Aucas tor the evening session and instead talked to us about our love lite. 'IWhat do you do it your passions aren't natural?" ANSWER: "The same thing you do when your passions are natural: you turn them over to the Lord." "The passions are a crucial battle ground," she said. ---a.,., - ...., I .vt .1 Joni Eareckson Todo gave us a model ot courage with her humorous but poignant stories other problems and her relationship with the Lord in them all. She caused us to consider the quality of our own lives. 'IGod's word is sure," she said. Illesus Christ is enough." Joni made ioy visi- ble. LEFT1 Elliot whetted our appetites for several of her recent books Tony Trelo gets his book autographed BELOW Joni miracle ot God s grace SPECIAL Cl-IAPESL SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS S Zvsaqaaiecarafgfxya f Pl-IA sas.- shelf Desire God's wall. Discover God's wall Do GOCI S wall DON I-IAMM-God never uses can adle person to do has wall I-le doesn't choose from off the The bottom line as "Get anvolved." JOAN MAYERS-God wants us to know has wall more than we wash to know at We have a terrible tendency to believe that the bag stuff as God's business and the little stuff as our business. In reality the lattle decisions turn out inthe end to be the big ones Late by the male as a trial, life by the yard is hard, lafe by the inch as ,X I U KEITH VINCENT-I-low I am finding God's will is my topic. It starts with Christ as Lord. "You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart." IJer. 29: I 3J Approach in faith. Learn to live with questions. Know your spiritual gifts. Get the counsel of competent people a cinch . 2 ff ,, 3 I RUTH DIJNLAP-By me cherry tree a heard I ' '1 xl '33, God's voice "Ruth, I am calling you to preach BILL GERIG-Trust and obey. I . 'i 'SX the gospel "Good counsel said, "If that's what Don't trust your own ability. xvif 1 the Lord wants, you'd better do at " My con- Relax in God. Don't say too "3 1 gregataon became five lattle Dunlaps. much about your future, for LA X FRED VAN DYKE-Finding God's will as more of repentence than of confidence. A holy person taught me to say 'lLord Jesus, I have found the way of the cross better than any other way, I want to follow you Help me follow you." Then I won't have to worry about finding Cuod's wall-it's going to find me there are periods of fog in knowing God's wall. But know the will of God for you today. Today at as to listen an chapel. MARLENE EVERSON-I got brave and asked the Lord to show me my weaknesses. I never knew I had so many! I had to learn to "lean on Je- sus." ITestimony came through these songs: "Trust- ing as believing he could care for you" and "I am willing, Lord, to be exactly what you want me to be,"I 34 a I al I I a a a I I 'I I, I: I I aa I I I I-IAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL C CHAPEL .' Dpportunity to Serve in Worship The pastoral msnlstrues students Mlke Cadrette Rlch Hull Jlm Maucllun Gary Burduck Ray Hylton Rhett Butler Flrst Sem Organtsts. Kathy Kulp Scott Schlndler Davld Wxlluams FAR LEFT, James gets a pat on the back from hts homlletlcs prof LEFT Jtm Maudlln, one of the twelve who spoke ID chapel, BOTTOM LEFT' Davud Wlllvams makung the organ trem- ble BOTTQM RIGHT Kathy Kulp and Scott Schnndler, chapel organlsts who preached an chapel: James Barnett Darrell Bowdltch Phil Klttle 'Scott Llechty Tom Chrlsten Ken Hogg Second Sem Ushers. Sarah Badgerow lhead usher? Melody Bleylns lasslstant 2nd sem. Dave Oyer lasslstant Ist sem I Head of Stage Crew Dave Gruber And we remember scores of others who read ITIUSIC, 'Scott was In hospntal due to the accxdent. the scriptures and ministered wuth I Xl .-el, SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS SPECIAL CHAPELS Sl C ON TEM PORAR Y ISSUES CHURCH AND STA TE Jrm Saddmgton moderates the debatefquestuon-arv swer sessron wrth Dart Coates and Make Barnard DIVORCE AND REMARRIA GE Pastors drscuss therr church's polncues wnth regard to dnvorce and remarruage SEX UALITY Doug BarcaIow hosts a frank sharmg sessuon wrth three brave couples ECOLOGY Dr Ghrllean Pronce and Cal DeWutt related the care of the earth to our Irves as Chrus- TIGVWS I .I I pt' f I.'f-4-r,f'kI,2,Iw't:p,y. 'I if Xjr VX I K . ILN,IIt'w 4 I 1- . L Q23 fp 1 A Q adfziiitii I I M1 r-'ff 36 . II-IAPELS SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SPECIAL CI-IAPELS SPECIAL Cl-IAPELS SPECIAL C IQIEIUIEZITISIEIQ THESE? I 1 i TOP LEFT The speaker for Fall Spurltual Emphasrs Days, Dr Jared Geng, Chan- cellor ofthe College TOP MIDDLE Ter- ry Sordelet lnteryrews Sharon Meteur for her lute story TOP RIGHT Ocleya Atwood In a chapel of Mass Everson's youce students ABOVE A Student Gov- ernment communlon chapel before Eas- ter FAR LEFT' Remember Jerry Berg- man? In the evennng he lectured on rellgrous duscrnmunatron In hrgher educa- tron MID LEFT Dayld Wnlluarns explarns the meannng of the Advent candles used IH some churches LEFT: Dr Dugan gave a lecture on All Saunts Day about our Protestant hentage BOTTOM: Re- member our 80th Annrversary Chapel? 37 TOP LEFT Student Government sponsored Ron Moore for a more contemporary sound TOP RIGHT Drno brrngs as has rnusrcal pranses onthe plana MIDDLE and BOTTOM: Cathedrals provsded an engayable evennng of srngrng and laughter BELOW Danny Gauther praises the Lord wrth has snngrng C ONCER TS X TRA ORDINA IRE '1 'hug k ' A xh Q U as CV X Q EQL? 1.5" -. -'A A , , .r, .V Jin, 1 4 '-- N4 -1 ., Fall Campus Days brought pastors, career persons, and parents to BC on Oc- tober II,I2,I3. Career day provided opportunity for the students to gather information from various seminaries and organiza- tions. Parent's day brought many parents to FWBC to spend time with their college student, watch a Falcon soccer game, visit the dorms, and attend Fantasia-a fun variety show put on by the students. TOP LEFT. Whose ball is that? TOP RIGHT Mark Vincent and Donvan Co- ley work together to score TOP RIGI-IT: An excited crowd cheers the team, MIDDLE LEFT' Diana and Denise Hog- Iund with their parents, MIDDLE RIGI-IT: Jeni Watson welcomes her parents, BOTTOM LEFT Stuart Zurcher with his father BOTTOM RIGHT. An exhaust- ing weekend for Marissa Barnes and VaI Vogier 40 F WBC Falls Into fx if elf! I-'Ib f 'I' I5-I vi ii' 4' 1 A . ferfftigeti'-if. 9 i T... N . ,lu :HM 'T 315, lad f . A 11- '- uw , .4 lvl' L rm ,4-5 I .ss C 1 A I I I i, I I I I if x so-A I4ln,2w'me, -4 '11 rfff-P' J.Yf' ff sf' - -L v - :'IV Xt ' I X " T ev, X 1, I xklxkmv ' 5 I .. gm 'i Fall Campus Days ,Gs QQ . - X -wh X . .1 ,ga TOP LEFT: Bob Herman, Jam Gehman, and Davud Maxwell seek unformatnon about Trinity TOP RIGHT: Lon Fozuo and Marcia Fry perform during Fantasia. MIDDLE. Jenn Watson wnth her parents, BOTTOM RIGHT. Deb Durkes, Dan Sonnentag and Debbue Gutwein sing dunng Fantasia. BOTTOM LEFT Pastor Tom Bndges and Donovan Coley dsscuss. lob opportunmes. N 0 w ,Q-+"?S:.,X ' - 5 img, 41 -, - "- wqg H KANGAR OO K OUR T KA TAS TR OPI-IE FRESI-IMEN INITIA TION TOP LEFT, Smale Darwm, yau're on Candid Camera TOP RIGHT Come on Melody, try the puddrng BOTTOM Terry The Terrible mflucts The lust rewards of Mark Pyles' wayward life ,XXI REI? J EJ X! 'X sci-IUL TZ QPEN DORM L W 1 Q 5 I 5 X a ' -X . ' ' we-Sie" E , N :E T A . Q T i N To I "m fy. " ff' 175'-f"' 2 sw 4 v ef 4: -me - -if M" wg'-A Q e ' . -, T-. A' .V - , , -v 'w:f,f.fQbi?5iSS?f1f:r.f . . . 'tv Y - 'a H" 'T'-P-I '-'-A'-VFNYL-1.,:1.f . V - .A:I'Ex.I6,f":.1f:'gw'-Q' I- , ':-' ' -' X525-N., 4:g. - 1:5-'ts-11 2 ' we - ' T 2 si T TTX5Q'?f"e 1 l' X 2 3 le 'Y I Y XZ 2 1 fi i T ,,. . 4 1 3 i I 'lg-v .ki E 4.1 -Q "nv- iz 3 1. ,. x Y'- X TGP LEFT: Dawne Lugnbnhl wins a cake TOP RIGHT. Whose face us going to end up un this pne? BOTTOM, Heather Lehman and Steve Gagnon think ut out at checkers 43 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ,Hx 5 ,iw 'h TOP LEFT Student Government members un rore form for Kangaroo Kourt TOP RIGHT. Bob Rued- horf shores during o Coffee House, MIDDLE LEFT: Rollerskohng DJ's Mr Dovrd Spock ond Coptcun Dovud Krrk MIDDLE RIGHT' Dove McDeovutt brings o new look to FWBC. BOTTOM. Is thus Dor- wnn Dunten, Smdenf Gov'T President? A C Tl VI TIES 'f i ff' s :il ., .9-ff' .F QTQ, 1 A x, ,. bn. Q f T , ,A H i E K ' A ll s-,ff I Student Government is designed to serve the students of FWBC. This year they brought to campus several movies, such as "Rocky," "The Champ," and "Robin Hood." Rollerskating nights were always a hit and the variety of Cot- fee Houses gave BC students en- , , Ns Y tertainment while eating in the K g'X5,l"7 ., A f xx "'Ti1'5?-al QT Hollow on Sunday nights. They also brought Vizion to the Hollow and Ron Moore to the Auditorium. --,bf-F-"1 5 Q 4. gif K ', TOP Kim Norris, Bob Riedhart, and Karen Weiss bring smiles to all MIDDLE LEFT. Stuart Zurcher and Lon Wilka sing a duet. MIDDLE RIGHT. Sherri, Melody, Lon and Jeni perform BOTTOM LEFT Vizion, Jennie Boehm and Randy Bishop, share their music at the Hollow BOTTOM RIGHT, HJR, tell Verna to try skates next time?" 45 . rgfizs cj N t if LEXING Tory QPEN HER DOORS ,A 1 A fl vit .f TT U gf BPT . T flEli3Twf"y TX X 2 'VCC BWNA5 rg. TOP Cheer Bear brlghtens 2nd Floor TOP LEFT. Kevln Schwartz and Rlch Andrews compete rn the hulla con- test TOP RIGHT Deb Burkholder asks Mary Branden- berger and Konnu Saylor to take the Banana Challenge Wall they puck Dole or Chlqulta9 MlDDLE' Scott Cunnlng- ham ln the ple eatlng contest CENTER LEFT: Bob Sugnura and Davld Wllllams bob for bananas CENTER RIGHT, Wlld Wally captures has banana' BOTTOM LEFT, Karen Welss reads 0 Tnvla Pursuut questlon BOTTOM RIGHT Ed, you're golng the wrong way'BOTTOM4"Wl'1lCh way do I go?" asks Verna Sanekane 46 ig r . . --V. ll fa' 1. Q lx' .li?'3,.f 'tl .5 ' si,-g,'5cAY::z',.-'if'-if wrbmm , J, -' fl: ' . ,TWIN '5 C l' T Wt A A- lllflrlrlnggrlw J +- .sit 'msg ll 2. it 5"'-M:-4 X ly gap' , ,xc-'M ' ,i n SA DIE HA WK IN E x - I I I I .I E I FN Jia . V . ' . 'T v,L T I- ' ,.':- if fi' 1 V TIL A. .. ff' ' '-,-:yExgx'?Sj'2j:5.-,'+,r"4'g,A':iflf::. - V - , ' N vlivgsi, I U 5 Y '- Tislizrral -S SI I, . I V A Q21 ' qv If I I . ' : 1 VJ' N I I Ivkf iai QW? X , 2 xp NX: P '-13 - R59--. x A CW " X - Sf.::9d,, 1- x K ' KY N. Hx - -X , Mf,IIw L ,, r xg I x x .guy X T .A X 1 N QQ., ,O N v g x , ,L Y I x , X :TNQ :X 1 1 , 9 in IRIQ 'X Q I A I, 2 M x Is IL I - I ' I 'I ' I 1' I ' K .. . , 4. , 'J .N f - . I:-K I I -. 5,-, ??a:zl'Y L ,. 'QQ4 V I I I Y . I ag EQ Q6 J Y. I 'Q ylxtw, , 2 ya , .4 - 'ix ' '- Ve P' ' 6 TOP LEFT: Phil Sutherland, emcee for the evening TOP RIGHT: The group gets ready for a game of Wonk 'em BOTTOM LEFT' Chow fume' MIDDLE: Sue Boklaga doesn't seem too interested In her tabIe conversatnon. BOTTOM RIGI-ITi Vuznon, and Mark Pyles, entertanns the cuudnence. 47 .I.- X MARRIEDS AND OFF CAMPU TOP RIGHT Monlco Colllns. up To mlschlef ogoun RIGHT Volleyball mght for MSF BELOW ls thus your balloon, John Reynolds? BOTTOM RIGHT The Newly Wed Game BOT- TOM Off-Cornpus Slngles Bonflre ,,v' S TUDE N TS fb xf R -,J TN xx' 1,5 . ,, .k -,, .s, 'hu S TUDEN T MISSIONAR Y FELLOWSHIP TOP LEFT Zoe Thompson, exchange student to FWBC shares about Urbana un chapel MID- DLE Todd Burke xnspects the Marmlte while Tam: Platter says, x'I'II eat anythung"' BELOW Ken Sustrunk, exchange student to JTS BOT' TOM LEFT, Stan Nussbaum and Bull Geng share un Chnstmas Around the World BOT- TOM RIGHT Ann and AI savor the worms from Tutu, South Africa F' ,,'W'f,c, 'G .,- ,- - '- A-1"" tag fi was-2 w a A ' QT--1.1 ,H I, 4 TQ. ,K K , ,, . X. i.,-. -' tv -,Q I. I v f . af' e. 5' O1 .fr .- v - 1 .. , , . . . , ,,, , - ' Q 13 1.' 1' 4, . .1 f f 1 1, - 1 .L i . . 5 I, v If vu 'ws r , 4 - K. P gt b v 7. N . 'tt '--S'-xswa' I if , W" ', rv -' C T v . T AY it 5 'ij ' ' J gjgg .-mam g 3. ' Iv qu . v--- '- 49 CLOWNING AROUND AT THE SA GA CIRCUS TOP LEFT Donn the Red-nosed Clown Yoder, TOP RIGHT. Down Kale nngs her Dew BOTTOM LEFT: Denny Williams ond Harvey. BOTTOM MIDDLE Juggling Joy I-Ieore, BOTTOM RIGHT, Jonno Trnxne Schlotter gets the ponnt I ,. T , - 1 1 'ix I I I I- I N A v " , X X ll X QW VT, SI fi MI, I X I X L VI D 5 'Q I I I I I --G3 W . -I f. hx: 14 i L I X x 50 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I OTHER SA GA SPECIALS ,f- f -'i vm. ,f h- "'?1 llell 'ww it A tv J Z TOP LEFT Julee Moser smgs for her supper at the German Fest TOP RIGHT Stuart Zurcher cheerfully serving at the Chrnstmas dmner, MlDDLE LEFT, Uncle Bob Ruedhart and has hairy legs MIDDLE RIGHT' Dr, and Mrs Bostrom and trnends BOTTOM: Where's the turkey, Brmky? 51 A MUSICAL The Musical Review was a combnnation of songs from fnve Cantatas. Chorale, Choral Union and otherfine talent from the BC famnly put in many hours of hard work to bring an evenung of praise and worshnp To FWBC. REVIEW OF PRA1 E l l l l l 4 d 2 ?, l - x If' l v p r l l l l r' l rf l THE APOSTLE DREAMER, WITNESS GO TELL YOUR WORLD featuring songs from: GOD HAS AL WA YS HAD A PEOPLE I. . v l 4 1- N N' - In ,, JI' : '-c I I fx ,xx K Is p 52 TOP LEFT, The entnre chorus, DI- rector Joy Platte, ond Instrumental ene semble TOP RIGHT Mnke, Mark, Tru- dy, Anlta and Jul: sung "Can I Trust Hum Wuth My Llfe9" MIDDLE LEFT, Terry Sordelet as the Dreamer MIDDLE RIGHT Jay Heore srngs a solo, BOT- TOM LEFT Donovan Coley as Peter BOTTOM RIGHT' Everyone pranse' p 53 TOP LEFT Ken Bunlon solos TOP RIGHT Ken and Chorus "One Song us Not Enough " MIDDLE LEFT. Are we un Egypt? MIDDLE RIGHT, Let's relax and sung pronses BOTTOM. Prcuse the Lord' 53 RIGHT I'SonIught" proynded the Jr - Sr Banquet wrrh a musrcal program Nance Lyn Loewen's Hbare" ankles lun lower Ieftl LOWER LEFT "John you sTunker"' Twyla Burkey says WITH her glance LOWER MIDDLE Rey Bull Geng, Sensor Class Advisor, admires the sprung flowers wuth hrs wnfe, Joyce LOWER RIGI-IT Duane Rudley and Kevrn March share a smnle H 411 "1-L ' ww: - .f .. 1. ggi. nn, E " ,NU lf P , , , , if I! V' 1'T7T5,' I f lf' 4 I .1 " 154 nh V, ji ' x SJ V A I Qs -4... . .if a. I Q1 L' I 1 Ii 54 REFL EC TION A Time To Remember E 3 Qs --ze . ,Y -Mel. 9 9 I. lm' -rf. 1 6' Lf , - Q , 1. E5 1 'ug f',1.,:-'51-' " Qowffv-L4'l5e 1- ,WY I xx :S i -lffi-- J The Jr.-Sr. Banquet on April l5, pro- vided a time of reflecting on past school years and sharing present joys. Students and faculty could have pictures taken by Greg Sowles before the banquet. Hall's Restaurant ca- tered a hearty meal of baked chicken and beef, topped off with chocolate cake. Junior Kevin Schwartz served v , f f,A.V , 1, 5 U c an it NES? ,K 'vc inn 1 Q-7 it rr Y' 'Av ii' ' .. if . va- Q' bt .lic Q ,lin 'Tlx f L. As. ev ,gr it L t .'s't- V9 is N N if l L X x ,1 - 41 lfftv - 5,53 ' ' ' Erik 3 in as emcee for the evening, opening with a "Senior Roast." The entertain- ment was provided by "Sonlight," who shared not only in song, but also with meaningful stories reflecting Christian commitment. In closing, each senior was presented a laven- der rose. T M , 8 . H W v , ,F A - I - elif. ' ??l ?'-252 UPPER LEFT, "Now this won't hurt a bit" Greg Sowles assures Ramon De- mond and Treasa Schrock. MlDDLE LEFT "What a man?" beams Pam Cook in the presence af fiancee Kent Fahl. MIDDLE RIGHT Being "roasted" can be so much fun, or so the smiles of Dr and Mrs Bostrom seem to say. LOWER LEFT. "Uh-oh, we're being watched "Juniors Karen Weiss., Terry Michael, Sarah Bad- gerow, and Lisa Frauhiger discuss last minute plans with a l-lall's Res- taurant employee LOWER RIGHT: Thanks for the memories' wir? F" -- s -v . k Y I QL' ev 0 T fi, ff 'T F' ll 'x 1 , , J 3 X' A J 'W' r Ax -5-,Q-N - 15' MW 1 ,Qi :W F , ' ,IAQ 4 .5 X55 Q ',..w ,T A .FV ., X il. T V1 .sf n iii ,Ania-.QQ - Q..-ff 3. wg, cg ....i....s..v This year's Youth Confer- ence was filled with fun, activities, hilarity on stage IJanna Schlatter!Ron Wil- Iiamsl and a great guest speaker, Jimmy Johnson, Jimmy, the Senior Pastor of the First Wesleyan Church in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, came to us with a dynamic personal- Ity and good news about Jesus Christ. Special activities, such as Heavy Light, Master Peace and Comicality, combined with Jimmy Johnson, made YC '85 a special time, TOP Our frightened family timidly intro- duced us to YC '85 and all its special workers TOP CENTER What's YC with- out a friendly registration table? MID- DLE LEFT Ron Williams in his Sunday best? MIDDLE Ourlively speaker Jimmy Johnson MIDDLE RIGHT Janna tries a higher altitude to interview Jimmy BOT- TOM The conferees get together for a pep rally before Ice cream treats 56 I I all '1 ll Wx 'V' 75? . vigil Q ' . .-. 'fs I -M-7-f--1 - 1, IP' N . . ,X .X I '- II LJ . MI NI If X J lx Ex I 51 ix X Q coL OSSIANS I Youth Conference I I I I I Theme Song I I .I W: I IIII, I " I I-" I' I "Master's Mind" I l want the Master's mind I to love, to live, to find I the things of heaven I can see, to them no longer blind. I I want the Master's mind I in Christ to sin l've died I Be Lord of all I say and do I I want the Master's mind, - -Scott Schindler I I I I I I I ' I II'-5II'1,i97'III-51 -I II,Iy.III1 II., ini II,,I -I .I ,1I,,t,,I .I,,-II. ' ,I 'SHI I Ii'- glf,5jtIi,?3 x 'I Vs ,Zi ,f , T' , I 'I I P J: .V mul' vtlilivf " 'if I. egg? ,, I I rv sw is? I- I a T' : I' , , ,. N-.N x ,ETA Wal?-H gill it w ,lc ..fl'l" STEERING COMMITTEE: Janna Schlatter, Chairmang Ron Williams, Assist. Chairmang Donna Rediger, Secretaryg Scott Stombaugh, Treasurerg Sonja Strahm, Advisorg Arlan Bir- key,AdvisorgDar1a Collins, Advisorg plus many others who helped, Q C I w l 5 . ,A TOP LEFT Sam Smrth and Heavy Lught, glam slude presentation TOP RIGHT Mas- ter Peace, from Peoria, Illnnous, demon- r Y I I strates howto snngacountry song CENTER .4 ' -f A. h . , ' Q1 9x l LEFT Jnmmy shows us hrs "sexy elbow " ,Qc Q "" 1 5 - l . 1 CENTER RIGHT The YC chapel crowd 1 .1 E ' I4 X 4 N e BOTTOM Jumrr-y enloys the pncnnc un Saga' - 'K ' 1 -1 ' 4 tl land wnth the students BOTTOM Even the X Al lt, X '- '7' V - - ' ' .'-h. ants know where to go for a good YC Y ' Q, . , " LJ, - ., fi T . l. fl , TT , fd A ' 5- 'T Ti 'X T I -. ' ' ' r fs, - X - V ' 'W X , J 57 11351 A AKYIIIMU IEII I - TA U , fa, , y, ., s- A. .ix mfg X Q3 .. .ef -,.,:.,.,. I, X ,J A . . H . -. my . -1 f. ' A iam' -do .Q ., .DQ X I I 've-SQ: -. Q, x f , .JL A H x A IN " A I ' T I Y L wfykw s A x . A 5 4 7 T N, I x Ap N A f , xy. 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' SG gig ME IN? ,Qc- 5, ,- In - I S: .JJ I :Pr 41J.lI-I ' I I 61- TOP LEFT "Honey , that old rooster lust came Into the yard . , Now we got chuck- Iets' TOP MIDDLE The story of Lazarus- Hey, where om I? TOP RIGHT' I hope that old guy leaves soon, I've got an rtchf CEN- TER LEFT On your mark, get set, "Go Granhy"' CENTER RIGHT. The relected chonr sungs on and on and on , MIDDLE LEFT A worm hello from Musa FWBC ot I966, Naomn Bostrom CENTER BELOW My Bonnie Lass She Smelleth' BOTTOM LEFT I-IIS Company performs Sunday morning BOTTOM RIGHT Youth Confer- ence '85 touches mony lives 59 F WBC Shoe Factory Produces More Pairs ,f X X '-,,,,." X Y - 60 TOP LEFT. Mark and Lorie Gonnentagb Vmcent marrned May 13, 19811. TOP RIGHT Jon and Twyla CNeIsonD Burkey mar- rued July 7, 1984, BOTTOM LEFT' Jon and Twyla Burkey, BOTTOM RIGHT. Robert and Nancy U-iodgesb Vale marned June 9, 1984 THE SHOE FACTOR Y - ' We hx their soles fsoulsj ff , They come in as heels, .. , , ' ik---E We send them our In pairs ' "-'Q' q s r Q Q, E5 -i-1'1" X I 5 v isle in- I ,, sa' kr ! 1 :M ' , f T ,f A f'lw F 71 1 x ' T .x 1' F TOP LEFT Gary and Teresa fS1'uCkeyJCarIyl marrned August 18, T984 TOP RIGHT. Greg and Angue fStroup9 Peck marrned June 2, T984 BOTTOM LEFT. Wilham and Kim CBrownJ Gonzalez marrred December 22, l984, BOTTOM RIGHT: Greg and Kathy fWitzigJ Sowles marrued December 22, 1984 WBCL SHARA THON Always A Busy, Happy 77me ..-....-., - -- 5 ,gi - 0 fi G19 J 2 A QQ! ' The three-day fund-raising drive, Jan. 8- IO, exceeded the S330,000 goal by SI0,000. Volunteers answered phones, addressed envelopes, and brought in good things to eat. Wayne Pederson, host of the "Footprints" and "New Di- mensions" programs carried by WBCL, acted as host for Sharathon. TOP. Char Binkley, Assistant Man- ager MIDDLE. Jim Schweickart, Manager MID BOTTOM: Happy Jett Carlson with baby Darci. RIGHT: Deb Gerig and a volunteer, 62 Qumtlv in '0 T00 JO 000 150 000 100 O00 50 000 ELECTION YEAR Political Awareness Committee Formed ff- i't"l'-- Plgll 'Vw I 'A Q' P, l A X T? 5925- V- S-fi v . f i--,. it V' 1 l b F 4 ' ' l l s I ' E i l l El PQI El if-I six it I A 'wx j "" I 'V' l ls 2? : ' ' Q ,,, i l l . E!! gE:l...I.'ls:2 I ll?:: l 'T Illlllll "' S.:-K A V' . . 4555, l l 'H' .,x"399.. acuiu -:-- uw : D Me lllllflzo l it -' ft To help students participate in the elec- tion process a bipartisan group, calling themselves the Political Awareness Committee, formed in the fall. The group consisting of Ron Williams, Angie Binkley, Mike Moellering, and Lonnie Powell, with Sharon Meieur as coordina- tor, met on Wednesdays over lunch to plan strategies, Some outcomes were the presentation ofthe Party Platforms, the registering of l36 students, involve- ment ot lO0fo ot the student body in precinct work, and a mock election in cooperation with Student Government, LEFT Campus decoration on the first Tuesday in November, TOP Don Vardaman and Rich An- drews greet Dan Coates ABOVE Ron Williams, Lonnie Powell, Dr Nickel, Roger Ringenberg, Jim Saddington Cmoderatorb participate in a debate between Dan Coates KR? and Mike Barnard lD.l MID TOP Students did become politically aware. MID BOTTOM, lt was definitely Dan Coates Coun- try. 63 '7 f- 17 - vA:I:'U'gA - i -' 1 Q N 4 it ,Ji :R vi? 54 4 f Q52 DJ A153 a an A B J-1 'di Q 64 N. f 5 ' 4 7' , x, -- N53 15 51 4..- ,- .rv .we 4 gh 954 I0 Lx X Pr- KN Q2 fiial X VE KmQQ7 QQ? M SOCCER TEAM WIN W w- R ' .- 1., N TOP LEFT: Advancing up The field is Donovan Co- Iey, TOP RIGHT: Defensemcin Jim Dunlop with The Throw-in, BOTTOM: "Where did it go? I Thought you had it!" 66 "welll YiPQ,QQaXxxNG33kxx Q' 'N .Q .1 .. X.-ww. - an-:mg xii i 1 -U - 11 T, Q1 I, Q Q 1 W Qi Q64 ' .ytyvngiki ii U T ii x..,,,...-w can .. ,. 04' 1 ---V' ' ' env I A V P-uW+.,,x,,,,r ,,,.,. . , .. '1 . . a op1"!'U95NW T ,i ,Eng-v.xv.1' f e-:nw A wap! , .,3',.- -. 1 V4-gf. ' ' 5- Q, i Q. W. .- TW' . ' L- ne 'f. , , 1. ,.,, - --.if .. - T V 1 . 1' Pl..-, -, -if-'ff -1 .V-"'f 1 . T. , 'W --if Q ,ri'f"' f'-N-,.i Z., f- -1: , , - X T .:,g.X:,.i- ,f,,- ...J T., mf - .W 1 , av , wr WWWGQG' ,Q ' ' T . Y H At x. VX1, 4 Agtwjf I., 7.5 K H lu. xf t Q - ,tx ,. ,. 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Q, iyh 1 .- ' -af' '- 54 A, -1, 1 , -.abr-1 ' .. 1 if ,7 'fi' ' 4 1 -4 , z N V .5-'ff' f I 1 fi" . ,I 1 ii? Fftayi-""'Yf' i-,11".,i:1 -:,Tff',.1 U ff' " ft 11-. 5 - ' " 1.... 1 11, 4 M1121 Qm.g,,m,L-gQ.iz?!3. L- ,--,.,- ., 1.,4..a..1-.L.,L,L.: 1 1 f ..f 1 -4.3- . if i..,,,1go+-ii. . .,, , -. Ilixes-5P"'?v ' " "q'i..Eg,. siI ' was xv ax X . J 'I DI TRICTS . . . "Qt, " . '- , I 'J"N'X,. K ogg, .s I , . .. . x..M5,i . V -yifbigy fn. 1 IX, dst!! , , I . . ,, , ,ha Q ,, ' iv ' I 'xl-' . ' 5 fr' I , x Q , JN-rl Q AJ '- ft' ' Wiqqlv '- . .' '- -- . 4 . . I - 'Brit K M -' 1-i. - ., ? A-H' if 44, ff xl E ai' , .,3,,. i.f,,, ,Ai -x..-' at ei'-lei' expr, ., - ver -' ., me I ' -C-.,,,,-, t,,g.-- .L' f" , U 9152215 -' -. 'WAV , .ix- izmw. , gf .-4,41 - fi ,ls .I '-. :-'Z' , nd 1 ,gfi,j5- H Q jyiigli- f. f"mK,,.,,-. , .rg-31111 V -. ' " .5 iv..-IL 1 ' Z' at - I rv ' rrw :gi4.g,.. '55, - 0, pw ,. fu., N .. ' ,wa .. , .vi rf 'el 4.5 , S X fi- N x A ex.. .. , I C A ,LA F 5,3 :L A A X ,,,, IU: ISM., ,.-,1..,,, - it f-P f"'fef'eef', -4 :ef 'W usa- ' '-I--,quam 1 AI- P' A-n-eirw, -50465 ', -0- JM 5-.I 3' '33-.1 4' . .Ne ., .14 .. e 4,-.ww ' f-Q g.-,.-f-ffzuofs. .F - FWBC OPP. Eastern I 3 Piedmont Bible 7 I Bethel 9 O Circleville Bible 6 l Nazareth College 7 I Moody Bible 2 3 Saint Joe I O Lincoln Christian 9 O Grace Bible 5 3 Concordia 4 I GRSBM 7 I Grace fWinona Lake? 2 I Circleville Bible 7 O Grace Bible 2 I Marion 2 I Huntington O 3 GRSBM Iforfeitl W L DISTRICTS Grace Bible 5 I NATIONALS Piedmont Bible 6 0 Philadelphia Coll. of Bible I 4 Toccoa Falls O I TOP LEFTi 'lBut Coach, I was going for the ball!" TOP RIGHT, Coach Dennis Williams mulls over the action, BOTTOM: Kneeling, Mark Vincent, Dean Selden, Stuart Zurcher, Jim Hughes, Mike Ca- drette, Joe Butora, Ramon Demond, Standing, Coach Williams, Assistant Coach John Hughes, Donovan Coley, Dave Bennett, Kurt Schippers, Graham West, Joe Updegrove, Jim Dunlap, Steve Gagnon, Bobby Vale, Jeff Burger, 67 9 9 if-if - I ' I ' 1 I- .- ' ' , "X ' " II Q ff' I" 'U " "ii xc f' '- X ELIZA PM-'-H-'I L I -'ww ' . AEE, " 'I " i I .1 I, ,X f . f , I I . v 4, V , .-I TOP RIGHT All-Dnsfnct Stuart Zurcher sets for cor- ner knck TOP MIDDLE Mike takes the porn Irke o reol solduer' TOP LEFT All-Dusfruct, All Ameruccm Grohom West ser notional records BOTTOM LEFT Those von trnps require mony Pepsi stops BOTTOM RIGHT Down Kale helps wnh stotustucs, 68 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT Once again I am able to say that the l984 season was the most suc- cessful in the history of our soccer program. The accomplishments for the year include an overall re- cord of l6 wins and 5 losses, NCCAA District III champions, and a fourth place finish in the national finals in Toccoa Falls, Georgia. A number of players were recog- nized as outstanding including Stu- art Zurcher, Graham West, and Jim Hughes who were appointed to the all-district team. Jim Hughes and Graham West were also ap- pointed as first team AlI-Ameri- cans. These are the first two play- ers in the history of our soccer program to receive first-team All- American status. Nearly every in- dividual and team record was broken during the season. While the year was a success in terms of statistics, it was also a blessing to associate with a group of young men who are committed to the Lord and who truly demonstrated their desire to glorify God through their play. The opportunity to be involved in soccer has been a spe- cial privilege andthe memories are sweet. TOP LEFT Jim Hughes earned All-District and All American honors. TOP RIGHT: Team members admire the scenery in Georgia. BOTTOM LEFT Dinner for all the teams participating in Nationals at Toccoa Falls College BOTTOM RIGHT, March ing through Georgia VOLLEYBALL POSTS 26-I TOP LEFT Cnndy Sauder up for the block TOP MIDDLE Bump settung was o specuohty for Denise Hoglund TOP RIGHT Joan Ronde concentrates on her hut off of Pom PosteI's set MIDDLE Joyce Kloy gives It her oll BOTTOM The Falcons re- group whnle owcutnng their next match c1tReguon' als 70 SEASON RECORD X I L M We ' JS'-iq.. 1 ,,.-,.-. tv 4:-, Winning Regionals in Wisconsin was a great way to finish up the season and for the five seniors on the team, an excellent last college volleyball sea- son. What made the difference? ll Experience as individuals and as working together as a team to devel- op a sixth sense in that regard. 25 Learning from each other on and off the court. 33 Working to do their best. 45 A genuine desire to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ through their athletic tal- ents. We are very grateful that He blessed us with a very successful sea- son. FWBC OPP. Concordia 2 O Wright State-Celina 2 O Moody Bible 2 l Grace Bible 2 O GRSBM 2 0 Great Lakes Bible 2 O Cincinnati Bible 2 O Grace Bible 2 O Bethel O 2 Grace iWinona Lakel 2 l Concordia 2 O Nazareth College 2 O GRSBM 2 0 Great Lakes Bible 2 O Bethel 2 l Wright State-Celina 2 O Grace Bible 2 O Northland Baptist Bible 2 l Earlharri College 2 l Tri-State University 2 O Cincinnati Bible 3 O St. Mary's of the Woods 3 O Tri'State University 2 O Ohio State-Lima 2 l REGlONALS Northland Baptist Bible 2 O Maranatha Baptist 2 O Moody Bible 2 O TOP LEFT Tami Platter passes the ball. TOP RIGHT, Most Valuable Player, Lori Hebert, shows the height that helps her with her hitting. BOT- TOM Janna Schlatter sets Betty Rychener up for a quick hit 7l First Year Awards Dave Bennett Jett Gaudill Steve Gagnon Dean Selden Bobby Vale Stuart Zurcher Fourth Year Awards James Dunlap Mark Vincent FALL A THLE TIC A WARDS Second Year Awards Joe Butora Mike Cadrette Ramon Demand Steve Stuart Joe Updegrove Third Year Awards Jett Burger Donovan Coley Jim Hughes Kurt Schippers Graham West Special Awards Most Improved Player-Joe Butora Offensive Player ot the Year-Graham West Defensive Player of the Year-Jim Dunlap Spirit Award-Mike Cadrette Most Valuable Player-Graham West NGCAA All-District-Jim Hughes, Graham West, Stuart Zurcher NGCAA All-American-Jim Hughes, Graham West First Year Awards Joyce Bell-mgr Denise Hoglund Joyce Klay Tami Platter Sarita Rubrake-mgr Third Year Awards Betty Rychener Cindy Sauder Special Awards Fourth Year Awards Lori Hebert Pam Postel Joan Ronde Janna Schlatter Most Improved Player-Cindy Sauder XM Best Service Percentage-Lori Hebert Most Valuable Player-Lori Hebert SPRING A THLE TIC A WARDS ' X . .sm i 2 ..1-e Men 's BASKETBALL Women 's BASKETBALL First Year Awards Jim Beard Tedd Bradford Ricky Hester Rob Witzig Second Year Awards Fourth Year Awards William Gonzalez Bob Herman Don Vardaman Don Bettinger Ray Hylton Greg Rahrer FGOXO Leader-Ray Hylton FTOXO Leader-Greg Rahrer Special Awards Rebound Leader-Ray Hylton Scoring Leader-Ray Hylton Assist Leader-Greg Rahrer Most Improved Player-Don Vardaman Most Valuable Player-Ray Hylton NCCAA All Regional and Div. ll All-American-Ray Hylton CHEERLEADERS First Year Awards Lora Boblitt First Year Awards Katie Carmin-mgr Judy Cuckler Lori Fazio Denise Hoglund Julee Moser Deb Rodriguez Special Awards Becky Fox Greg Shultz Second Year Awards Third Year Awards Sarita Rubrake Cathy Austin Lori Hebert Betty Ruchener Cindy Sauder FG0fo and Scoring Leader-Deb Rodriguez FTOXO and Rebound Leader-Julee Moser Assist Leader-Betty Rychener Most Inspirational-Lori Fazio Most Improved Player-Julee Moser Most Valuable Player-Deb Rodriguez NCCAA 2nd Team All Regional-Betty Ruchener NCCAA lst Team All Regional-Lori Hebert NCCAA lst Team All Regional 81 Div, ll All-American-Deb Rodriguez 73 ...B T ,,, W' ,AjQf"'iT"' MW: M.- g.,-..-....- My-V M--1 r M tf.-we ' - ,,, ' Q.?Qf4Q,7 ' f , , , J.. ,., ,.- R , ,- Q 1 ,T A , A 3 " ' pf " ""' I ' ',Q,.., " - 0' , 4 - cf-' " N 5 J 'f J 4 A . ,, Y 7 7 1 - - L.: , ... TOP LEFT Coach Morley TOP MIDDLE Hello, Bob' TOP RIGHT Ricky wrth two potnts, ABOVE, As Roy shoots, Jrm boxes out RIGHT' Don Vcurdo- mon, Tedd Bradford, Jnm Beard, Roy Hylton, Bob Herman, Rtcky Hester, Don Bettmger, Rob Wrtzug, Greg Rohrer 74 MEN'S VARSITY inn "1 1 N N,.,....-.. X, N? BASKETBALL e iqlits. if' lv A I l . , 5 . 5 T as J I T .. V x t, V kyu' ,NNN 1' .aw- xg A - 'ilu l 'XR A L if K' X , e' 911 ,fmt .f l 'fi " 454 P, Q f V . J' - .. . 5 Q.: J, . 'Z X A A 4 tt XY f' 'Infi f TOP LEFT: Rob snags the rebound TOP RlCil-lT' Tedd takes his shot BOTTOM LEFT. Grace player backs off from power move, BOTTOM RIGHT' Don One-of-a-kind Bet- tinger ABOVE Falcon Cheerleaders, Lora Boblitt, Becky Fox, and Greg Shultz, encour- aged the teams through victory and defeat FWBC OPP. Berkshire Christian 82 54 Baptist Bible-PA 7l l l l Philadelphia Coll of Bible 62 49 Moody Bible B7 78 Grace College of Bible 52 7l Circleville Bible 91 73 Cincinnati Bible 53 l l0 Concordia Lutheran 42 62 Kentucky Christian 50 47 Concordia Lutheran 80 96 GRSBM 70 68 Cincinnati Bible 68 80 Circleville Bible 56 55 Grace Bible 74 55 Great Lakes Bible 65 60 Grace Bible 58 5l GRSBM 66 5l Great Lakes Bible 8l 66 Lincoln Christian 65 72 Moody Bible 77 Bl Kentucky Christian 64 65 Kentucky Christian CRegionalsD 55 60 Q .xx Li The l984-85 basketball season was ap- proached with great anticipation. Four seniors from last year's team returned, another player had regained eligibility, and four new faces joined the team. The outlook was bright indeed. l-lowev- er, inconsistency plagued the Falcons all year. The Falcons hovered around the .500 mark until January, then a 6 game winning streak. A 4 game losing streak followed, the last loss to Kentucky Christian at Regionals, leaving FWBC with a record of I2-9. 75 UNBEA TEN LADY FALCON PRE Y A W rj I LII I H 1-A 'AR riff Q I J v Lvl TOP LEFT Julee vs K C C TOP MIDDLE Lon ond Judy fast break TOP RIGHT Look ot Cnndy wufh the rnght-handed loy- up BOTTOM LEFT Who! woe. thot, Soma? BOTTOM RIGHT Couch uses tumeout for strategy, 76 I 'Q , ' N- ---- ....... . .,L. ,WV , . , U J , . ,,-...I,,- . .L.,.. ..., . V 'E ' 'F ?"'i'g -' a3F:Yfm'?.w:1f 6 .,,.' .1 -5 v ,A A' :Hawk-as +. fw,:1.- ' E 1 ' . TY . . 'ummm -H - A ' 'W A Y ,f Vi-l' V 53.5 . , ' :. ,-,.,......-1---ff---f - sd ' V ,,,,,,.,.-- -L'L-fs 9 ' ,. .... ,-, ... , l:,-ll' iw. ' .vhqx .,,-yrgg-QA., V ,N ..g--'11--.,----,.' 'q.fSbpw:5kif: fi f Q' . Y,.' -. t. I 1 1 1 4' fx K q Y I 1 1 X I I X x ..vK.. Q I ,N ll ' xx? 31 U' I. Q, Wg- , Q5 L ,L Q N X x X I I , X I I X I JI .j gu .F :vw In , iv , I - X I ,...: I ,Z 5 X , ,, ON I4 OPPONENTS 413 f"" any 'if if L ' f 'ff 5' YQ f is x 11' W 1111" Y ' x. , 4 qi-'ca' . -x .f fi: V. ' -L-,H , i iff 17, may- , ! I 'Yi 'Qx F"-gl Xxx New FWBC OPP. Moody Bible 68 48 Cincinnati 64 42 Concordia , 63 58 Kentucky Christian 78 70 GRSBM 76 24 Cincinnati 66 47 Grace Bible 77 38 Great Lakes Bible Bl 37 Grace Bible 67 45 GRSBM 68 38 Great Lakes Bible 65 44 Lincoln Christian 72 54 Moody Bible 90 36 Kentucky Christian 71 69 Kentucky Christian illegionalsl 52 57 Kentucky Christian tNationolsJ 77 64 Northwestern iNationalsl 51 65 Baptist Bible-PA iNatiorialsl 82 87 FlNAL 15-3 X . -V ,li M . Tw. ' . . '.,- Q TOP LEFT: Teammates work for rebound position as Deb takes a lump shot. TOP RIGHT Judy receives her rose on Senior Recognition Day BOTTOM No wonder it takes so long! LAD Y FAL C ONS LAND PERFECT 77 FT. WA YNE BIBLE WIN IN CHRI TIAN TOURNE Y Q.. Q 4 rl as ' nf, I. -Q I I SI T XTX. .FTSYLC A I :QL f 'X 1' f ' rf . I V f W ' QE'-f4a.'s'xs-:mf-V K u 3 g 1 - Q-W-W A ...W "9 is 21" 4 ' . , FSPLN " ' " ""- ...W s if-w,: K A - -.' ?R5u"p- . ' T ,1 5 IS' ' ' ' " fy - , , If ,H 1'-gy A - . I LT5xY W I Y 5 r , L. , - in 1 -gl, I K ,, :Q , Q ' N J L 5 W .--.M 7 0 . -15.11716 ,yd F' Ay I If X -.N N ' 'W -vans.. , AA 'WI' - I '-" I ' ' V , I N 4 X . X , u - 1 " ' . - 'x " TT - I . O Y- ,ng ' III Q 78 f A XJ SQ If fc J .4 A ,Ml 1 P ...I 1 TOP LEFT The thruII of v4ctoryY TOP RIGHT. Betty draws defense as Deb opens up for a pass. MIDDLE: Now what is Bernse doung? BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Rupp, Denise Hog- Iund, Betty Rychener, Deb Rodnguez, Santa Rubrake, Cathy Austun, Manager Kane Carrnun, Lon Fazio, Cindy Sauder, Julee Moser, Lorl Hebert, Judy Cuckler, BOTTOM RIGHT: Deb Rodruguez named All-Tourney Team and FWBC's first All-American. :Annum BASKETBATL Euiuiisir I ILITIIQV IQVANCI COA Cf-l'S CORNER 1 t,,,,g.! ,F A V A f., - -3 .gk V X 1: fi ., ' 1 Nl I i rj! J ' I k lx- ' A 7 ' 'M 1 Q ' v UI W, nv- 1 I L. falsify, Q. VA-' , ' 41 T 2 xl ,L 1 l - Hitt'-'1zQ,'?' ' .1 .Q A, '3Q+',:JQQ ' f 1 5' ' ku S. 'f lb ' ' ,U 1 x A f A 1 of z' - gf' f T Elmo I- 6. S' gf . L Y ,, 51 : 'il' if Qu, ' 'fi 5 "XXV A X .VVI V I . 29 . t V T - N' ll ,z A ki t 2 A L ' 5 T , fri- 5 N 2'-' 4 T T . , A -- -- -- - i TOP LEFT, Coach Wslhoms lyung down onthe N QUAV L K. K 'MQ P N Q lob. TOP MIDDLE Coach Morley us oll smiles after he hos hus coffeune TOP RIGHT1 "Look lgmailxm'-T-'tfmfiig Mom, no hands!" MIDDLE, Couch Rupp I A '5' Y M M demonstrates the couches' fovorate pastime , it BOTTOM LEFT' "Shall we dance?" BOTTOM t RIGHT: Denny shows nts leodershxp skills gs! , s ...GP V ,gg W, Q. if L ji- 1 www 79 DONKE Y BASKETBALL Qi iff A5351 gl ff' FN A 1 I ' I ' 3 Ks Igf ' JJ.- V,,f s ll TOP LEFT Karen McKenna contemplates the shot as Curt Richards attempts to block TOP RIGHT' Joy Pugss Iey tnes to get on her donkey wuthout getting but MIDDLE LEFT Steve Morley crowns Mrs Bostrom as Muss Don- key Basketball MIDDLE RIGHT Area pastors and Facul- tyfStatf show how dlffucult It as to control the ball and the donkey BOTTOM Stan Nussbaum gets unto posltuon to shoot xsfsfi Vx 7 . 0 'T ,v VOLLEYBALL and SOCCER CLUBS :Linh ' ' . . ,- f ' A s- ' wsifii. X ',' 1 , ' F f " ss.. J' ff :-- , U' ' 3.19.-.ir A- - .271 5- -W i r " 'lil 're'- I Q, 'N .x2g'i's,-5. , l ff u- . .. J f .kg x ' ' A -. T mL..,.' P el A ,- 'M .9 Q Bd -44' BOTTOM Flrst row, Done Burke, Terry Clayton, Terri Marlowe, Sorob Bod- gerow, Joon Ronde Second row, Down Kole, Joyce Bulger, Jonno Schlotfer, Pom Postel, Luz Trlnkcuus Thrrd row, Karen Ummel, Lon Wllko, Deb Rupp, Coach Grohorn West TOP LEFT: Todd Sclwippers huts the ball os teommotes look on TOP MIDDLE: Chuck Rodgers posses the bull. TOP RIGHT Bob Yap plays wellforthe Men's Volleyball Club. MIDDLE LEFT The Women's Indoor Soccer Club owcuting the stort of o gome MIDDLE RIGHT Soroh works to move the boll oround the opponent 8l GREA T SPOR TS LEGS Match the head with the legs ,N Jr, Cs K! 'ui' ' ' up Q 'M 4 N-' 1 T. . 1 . H 3 q sa 13 ,7 xx- 3 S -m Y W asgmqng oluog QH Aavquog puouusag gg ouzoj uo-1 lj lagsod mod Z3 .,.. ..,,,. K ag ' 4 momg aof QQ puowsg uonuog gg QIDA AQQOB VE! WOHPQQN 971!W LV slamsuy M- .fs QQ Q MQ A H 'T N , Q If f fr , 0. W, R11 I 4, x , X 4. V , 1, ' X 7 ' I x -,IN , 1 , J -. 3 2 .F, ,A fix ,fx K F11 'Y 02? 3x Q a""R 1-1- 'X Euiih..-. SN. v is ff" is VINE Editor: Ian Yorston Assist Ed. Katie Schlorke Ilstl Nancy Ford t2ndJ Treasurer: Nancy Ford Advisors: Eunice Conrad Deb Rupp FRESHMAN CLASS President: Brian Powers Vice Pres: Marrissa Barnes Secretary: Diana Hoglund Treasurer: Paul Wilkinson Advisor: Judy Green JUNIOR CLASS President: Sharon Barron Vice Pres: Karen Weiss Secretary: Ramon Demond Treasurer: Terry Michael Advisor: Steve Morley WOMEN STUDENT ADVISORS Sarah Badgerow Kim Davis Joy Nishihira Diane Ridley Kimm Updegrove Deb Burkholder Deb Durkes STUDENT GOVERNMENT President: Darwin Dunten Vice Pres: Lori Wilka Secretary: Vicki Spong PR Sec: Rich Andrews llstJ Scott Stombaugh t2ndJ Treasurer: Ed lrmeger At Large: Katie Schlorke tlsti Bob Sugiura Qnd? Bob Yap Advisors: Jim Saddington Joy Pugsley YOUTH CONFERENCE Chairman: Janna Schlatter Assit Chmn: Ron Williams Secretary: Donna Rediger Treasurer: Scott Stombaugh Advisors: Arlan Birkey Dana Collins Sonia Strahm BAND President: Jim Gehman Vice Pres: William Gonzalez Secretary: Lori Wilka Librarian: Trudy Holloway Stage Crew Mgr: Jay Heare Advisor: Dana Collins SOPHOMORE CLASS President: Phil Sutherland Vice Pres: Jim Beard Secretary: Joyce Klay Treasurer: Cindy Yeagley Advisor: Roger Ringenberg SENIOR CLASS President: Ken Hogg Vice Pres: John Mabe Secretary: Sharon Meek Treasurer: Joan Ronde Advisor: Bill Gerig MEN STUDENT ADVISORS Mark Condrey Scott Liechty Lyn Loewen John Mabe John Richardson Kevin Schwartz Tim Taylor Lee Underwood STUDENT MISSIONARY FELLOWSHIP President: AI Peck Program Dir: Donovan Coley Assist Prog Dir: Terry Michael Secretary: Ann Klunzinger Treasurer: lan Yorston Prayer Chrnn: Dave McDeavitt Publicity Chmn: Nancy Ford Outreach Chmn: Jim Gehman Advisor: Stan Nussbaum STAGE CREW Stage Manager: David Gruber Head Usher: Sarah Badgerow Head of Sound: Ken Hogg Head of Lights: Mark Brinkman Assist Lights: Terry Michael Stage Assists: John McMindes Dan Larson OFF-CAMPUS SINGLES President: Sari Paftord Vice Pres: Mike Martin Treasurer: Greg I-lubbart Advisor: Sharon Mejeur DELTA Pl SIGMA President: Pamela Cook Vice Pres: Beth Johnston Secretary: Sari Pafford Treasurer: Verna Sanekane Advisor: Dr. Ted Nickel MARRIED STUDENT FELLOWSHIP President: Phil Reynolds Vice Pres: Cory Koos Secretary: Monica Collins Treasurer: Jim Maudlin Advisor: Denny Williams CHAPLAINS Robert Yap Dave McDeavitt Verna Sanekane Pamela Cook Advisor: Joy Pugsley TOP RIGHT Men's Student Adyusors, Scott Lled'1ty,Tlm Taylor, John Mobe, Lyn Loewen, Keyrn Schwartz, John Ruchordson, Mork Con- drey, Rolhe Moms tresudent durector3 T ,. 1 :minus . Q fe 1' 1 -v 2- 1 2' . ABOVE Off-Campus - Snngles, Son Pofford, Cosby Poundexter, Snoron Megeur Iodyn- sorb RIGHT Wornen's Student Adyusors, Joy Pugsley Kresudent durec- b rorl, Deb Durkes, Sarah Bodgerow, Deb Burk- holder, Joy Nlshnhrro Krmrn Updegrove Drone Ridley, Krm Do- VIS LEFT Morned Student Fellowship, Cory Koos,J1m Moud- Inn Phil Reynolds Monaco Collms MIDDLE LEFT Stoge Crew John McMundes, Don Lorson, Ken Hogg, Soroh Bodgerow Dovud Gruber Clnspector Clueseoul I , F' . 'S-. " , N? X 5 t I F I I p MIDDLE RIG!-IT Student Mrssuonory FeIIowshup, Ston Nussbaum Iodvn- sorl, Noncy Ford, Donovon Coley, AI Peck, lon Yorston, Ann Klunzunger, Dove McDe-ovutt BOTTOM Student Government, Bob Yop, Lon Wnlko, Ed Irrneger, Joy Pugsley CodvIsorJ, Scott Stombough, Bob Suguuro, Vick: Spong Dorwun Dunten, Kotue Schlorke, Jam Soddnngton todvusorI 87 gr -I2 It 4 !.i it 1 55- 5 1 5- ,I III : , it . 511 A I I . no It I :"4 J 2 1 I I I i c I.. A. rf ii '65 - I F ?' Eff F,,,,.1l I I I I I I I I I ig! ,Lf TOP Delta Pu Sugmag Dave Rouch, San Pattord, Verna Sane- kane, Ted Nickel Iadv1sorI, Beth Johnston, Pamela Cook, MIDDLE RIGHT: Chaplaunsg Dave McDeavitt, Bob Yap, Ron Wulluams, Joy Pugsley Cadvnsod, Pamela Cook, MIDDLE LEFT: Are we the Student Government or Student Senate? BOT- TOM Youth Conferenceg Donna Rediger, Scott Stom- baugh, a chtlly Mass Strahrn CadvnsorI, Ron Wullnams, Janna Schlatter, Arlan Burkey Iadvusorl 9' 11137 'E N,,!', lig- I 1, 1, :.w:-up , . up 'Q I , - - . 55 IE.: - . I I his-Lp-s+:ql I- . J e. fits' F S l -u ,,,.7 - Y. I Q. 1 .--I 1 M . , , -:W ga L, I J , K 'ftw' "cm ,,.. -. QW' . gt, - Q so A . .r Iiifvlz- 2 . " V I f X If as SWF: , if I HK., -I -1--Z - ' I xx 1 '- L I I xg 1. 4 A J ' ,----.f Ju . If ft I r' I a ' I . ' A 'A x ,I 1. JA I bs. .L WINGS xxx I i Pelzv o Woven PRO lLsuS QHW' IFSUS CHNST I PRONPV Mr woven 'X lx I I fx---.L yrsllsfnfzlsy 'N I ,3-fi" '-' QQ- , If -4: A , , , L al ' . TOP LEFT DAVIS' WING, Santa Rubrake, Andrea Voegtler, Ver- na Sanekane, Tam' Platter, Dot- tle Greenley, Marllyn Mnllar, Joyce Klay, Lon I-lopklns, Sue Boklaga, Melody Blevlns, Mar- lssa Barnes, Shonasue Becherl, Kam Davus ISAI TOP RIGHT, RID- LEY'S WING, Duane Rndley ISAI, Sue Aden, Becky Fox, Heather Lehman, Vlcki Spong, Kathy Ne- meth, Jana Llne,ValVogIer, Rose Nlccum MIDDLE, BADGEROW'S WING, Jul: Larnard, Betty Ry- chener, .loan Ronde, Angle Bunkley, Melody Kindy, Lusa Frauhlger, Nancy Ford, Anna Kirkman, Carol Paulson, Joyce Bell, Beth Cotter, Kell: Armstrong, Mass: Huber, Sandy Smrth, Kathy Kulp, Katue Schlorke, Sarah Badgerow ISAJ, BOTTOM. BURKI-lOLDER'S WING, "Thus IS a frame-up." Deb Burkholder ISAI, Mananne Carpenter, Sharon Meek, Crndy Sauder, Tern Beard, Evelyn Johnson, Laura Muller, Lon Hebert. 89 RIGHT SCHWARTZS WING, Erac Hancock, Mark Pyles, Ke- van March, Rack Collans, Tom Smath, Tom Lachtenberger, Dan Potter, Kevan Frauhager, Kevan Schwartz ISAI, Stuart Zurcher, Make Wraght, Kent Barkhearner, Darwan Dunten BOTTOM LEFT UNDER- WOOD'S WING, Bob Raed- hcart, Mark Burratt, Ball Davas, Henry Wells, Craag Martan, Lee Underwood ISAI, Scott Davas, Jam Dunlap, Ken Hogg, Dave McDeavatt, Make Moel- Ierang . xxx WINGS AJ RIGHT TAYLOR'S WING, Braan Allason, Jam MCI-Iugh, Make Needham, Tam Taylor ISAJ, Ian Yorston, Joe Butora, ' fb - WINGS LEFT: NISI-lIHlRA'S WING, Pam Cook, Ann Klunzunger, Zoe Thompson, Denuse Schlaffer, Gayle Weber, Joy Nushnhira CSAJ, Glory Stepro, Patsy Morris, Shirley Rearuck, Dawn Kale, Janlce Duncan, Lora Boblntf, Denise Hoglund, Luz Tnnkaus, Debbie Gutweun, Tracey Myers, Terry Clayton BELOWz DURKES' WING Klm Norns, Jer: Franklun, Ruth Ferner, Gayle Nolte, Janna Schlatfer, Deb Durkes CSAJ, Sharon Barron. 'Q -' . , Q ml l ' xy vm.:-2 A , ,,. ,b , 45 -. as - : , ' G7 r 'A in 4.5! 1 y , A y 2 wr Q1 ro X 3 ' ' ig 1 f l ii' Rxifiq L LEFT: uPDEaRoyE's "Q,,.,-.- ' 5 5 WING, Julee Moser, Don- - na Rednger, Deb Stout, i1 Ruth Wampler, Duana - . . so . : Yr, . A V W - X , '-X. l-logIund,Ann Jepson,Sue 'TQ 7 :fig f - L., ,Q . -1 ' Larson, Karen Weiss, Ja- Qf- ' J , 2 V it 1 xgyhxbuvl V. M35 E ,gt L I 3 nlce Muller, Kane Carman, -1 -' ., A: 1--ll . : 5 5355, - 1 Q V -E EV ,.'j 'Q:, Clndy Yeagley, Dawne Lu- , ii V-D, U 1- in 'I-N L x M 4, 1 1 glblhl, Parhe Teall, Shem - 1 V ., N , ' gif' A VF' , F " -.-gg,-Q-1.35 , " 1 ' Harris, Barb Scott, Knmm . 4, ., X 5- - .-.L - -- A - ig ' .Q - 1 -7- , ,..- .'. ,Begg .- . A yj-.r--. - ,ff W -. - -, we - 1. , 'f' z X "ellis 2 ' ' ' UvdeQfOvefSAHemWGf4 ' ' 2 HDF- l f? s- :, -gf ' ' ' flf"s'Q5Ql , L A ,G f - X Af". "' :2I- g ' 5'-' : , . " 3 ' a 'Z L ,Q-7 'fzgf Q ' -Q. A 1-H 'SR 303- D DX' flf f ll eff! 'Y ' .-4.':SXE?'ti1a.2 2" ' . "Im j'N,,.1H,b -- NM? 1.225 , 'Q Q.. , ' Qi' F N 1 ,, wg..-f a ef of T Aff' i o .' lfrx , , s .W , ,-,gf ,ff -1' ' -'+',Q1,w,,f , ,s ,415 . Qbish-XX ' :XS I -vi.: 'ff' 'xis',r','.g .? A-Q l '-,Q-7. ff- E, -- xx," Y-,all ' ,, -V -Wvg, Q., X-1+ - , .N - - ,, , s.,,x, G, ,, A- I ,R .' A 1 I L , .....-- ff f xy . -if I X I K v 91 RIGHT: LOEWEN'S WING, Bull Rutter, Dan Sonnen- tag, Larry Ebersole, Dave Rollins, AI Peck, Ed lr- rneger, Dwayne Beggs, Steve Stuart, Lyn Loewen lSAl, Dann Yoder, Todd Schippers. J CII ', Lab., ABOVE: CONDREY'S WING, Russ Indo, Bob Su- giura, Kenny Dickson, Tum Prentrce, Eruc Vincent, Greg Shultz, Poul Wrlkinson, John Mcfvlindes, Foul Stone, Dan Larson, Mark Condrey CSAJ RIGHT1 RICHARDSONS WING, Jeff Eagen, Jim Beard, John Ruchardson KSA? and unknown stand- ms for those who didn't come. 92 J' ,fray pw N'-V1 1 ' .,g,.-- V , ,A.,A,,,..,. N IRAS' s . Q rar! TQ'-if 1 .ug V539 ' KQ " . , .-, "XS .4-e -s' ng: F?-5' 5 .EJ ,' k I, X. Ui EN! SAW vx S ,. me.- ' x WINGS xx r. f J 'N V Q .1 -as ,gl ,f ilu. TOP MABE'S WING, John Mabe CSAJ Bry- on Hexndel, Clunf Miracle, Scot? Cunning- hom, Brod Uluck, Ron Tefft, Steve Gagnon, Rnch Andrews, Torn Neol, Dove Bennett, Mork Scheldt, Bryon Carpenter, Deon Neuenschwonder BOTTOM, LlECHTY'S WING, Rob Wutzng, Ron.W:Ill0m5, Chuck Rodgers, Don Vordomon, Ken Bannon, Steve Snyder, Bob Yap, Scott Cduckyb Leechty CSAJ, Brion Powers, Scoft Stornbclugh, Dave Fonsler, Jum Gehmon, Phul Sutherland, 93 94 'I 1 '. A srli 1. V . - O Q , 4.. E i - y - ' x ' " ' is 1 'lSli2'Xy'3I N xxx 3 513i . , . , . Nxk Sys-Lei, l"2:f'xS,, SX: -. NWQ . wr-Yr, wmv . - - gs -.-. fiikw M ,A Xe TOP RIGHT Santa lDarwun Duntenl asks Pamela nf she was o good gnrl thus year TOP LEFT Mr Ebony hrmself ILee Underwood I BOTTOM RIGHT: "I never was good wrth tres " states John Ruchardson. BOTTOM MIDDLE Greg Shultz and Joe Florence BOTTOM LEFT' Somebody left theur hats around, BC DORM Ll E I1, 1 xx' . lf'- .N s?1s'gs , if It - x 1' ,. ,,.- .. f v - -vrzswzii ' N I :fm , 'ii rx' H' I I I 'FEI . Q I 2, 5 I I ex : ' --Q-+.-....-...T ---4- 1 sf- ' ' I , JJ L f lbw, , " 'TT . f V 3 as A j Q V .61 If 5 I., .. . If - I ,W A 4253. TN 'Q-I TX - T - --'s....: I 7 fl I I I 41145 F' -I' 7 r X TSN: . Af-7' Wg . si JT qi, Y. Xi. az. TOP LEFT1 Soma ond Vol-they wouIdn't gave us 0 room? TOP RIGHT Kathy Chuccolo on the phone MIDDLE LEFT Shono Sue gets CI new face, MIDDLE RIGHT' Gayle Gnd Jcmuce-0 couple of tough gurls BOTTOM' TomuPIc1fterITroubIeIlakes Inttle furry cummols 95 T CAUGI-IT IN THE ACT --P ,naar -11:-. -1 A X -gg . A ,. ju-gui I Sink? IIIQIJ -- "T'?'D .N-'ii 1 , . ' f ' V ' if as ' ' ' slr. . -',' , ww . sis x . is Splw .,, . , . W 3 r- YR 1 at ' IQ ' .' sq , - L Qs, U :S tif'-'T-.' ,L ,I vim: -. , mga X .W 1, qxx ' w .MX . 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Todd Schuppers, Jonno Schlorter ond Frosty the Snowman, TOP RIGHT "Luke my Tue?" osks Rucky Hester. MIDDLE LEFT: Two good ole boys loan ID the fun-Dove Gruber ond Steve Snyder. MIDDLE RIGHT: Bull Dovns shows us o good woy to take Greek. BOTTOM: Pot Block enloyung the Pops 8. Pnzzo 97 Manssa Barnes Shonasue Becherl Dave Bennett Ken Blnuon Melody Blevrns Lora Boblrtt Tedd Bradford Anna Bnnson Katne Carmnn Terry Clayton Beth Cotter Barbara Crow Jeff Eagen Joe Florence Tom Foster Becky Fox Kevxn Frauhlger Edward Gonzalez Dottre Greenley Darlene Griffin Debbre Gutwein Sherru Harris Jay Heare Bryan Herndel Denrse Hoglund Drana Hoglund Lon Hopkuns Mrssn Huber Renee Hudek Ann Jepson Anna Kurkman Larry Kuhn Kathy Kulp Rrchard Lambert Jennufer Lane Bob Lanmore Heather Lehman Jana Lune Muchael Martnn Craig Martnn Janice Muller Patsy Moms FRESHMEN - - . -:W--as . - --. .. . -, " 2. Q x sw . tt t N . 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V- ' '- ' ' V- ' ' -eg . j r . 9 it IJ' X 'Gifs l " 1 ., li A -. 2 Photos Not Available Paul Baker Tony Bartlett Karen Beukema Darrell Boyer Peter Burkey Jeff Caudill Jeri Franklin Renee Gerber Glenn Gerke Timothy Haber Jim Hughes Jim Mcl-lugh Clint Miracle Calvin Moore Thomas Neal David Pelz Annette Potts Darwin Romey April Salway Charles Schwab Charles Ternet Jim Umpleby Andrea Voegtler Shawna Wheeler Carol Wright Darlene Zehr CLASS GFFICERS HIHIHIHIIJIIJHJHSi55? Vi J J J4"?JJii9iii'l3 ABOVE, FRESHMAN CLASS, Marissa Barnes, Vice President, ,L --g ,iQl:Qljjj-QQ.ff-.LY-:9'?""'4' 'M X A,,.. . . x 1, vi Diana Hoglund, Secretary, Paul Wilkinson, Treasurer, Judy ,-l4"TT"'!f ' Green, Advisor, Brian Powers, President. RIGHT: SOPHOMORE CLASS, Joyce Klay, Secretary, Phil Sutherland, President, Cindy Yeagley, Treasurer. Not pictured: Jirn Beard, Vice President, Roger Ringenberg, Advisor, IO2 -s..-..,, LEFT: JUNIOR CLASS, Karen Weiss, Vice President, Sharon Barron, Presndent, Ramon Demand, Secretary, Terry Mrchael, Treasurer, Steve Morley, Advusor BELOW: SENIOR CLASS, Sharon Meek, Secretary, Joan Ronde, Treasurer, Bull Gerng, Advisor, Ken Hogg, President, John Mabe, Vuce President. IO3 Kelll Armstrong Ocleva Atwood Sarah Badgerow Brad Ball Sharon Barron Teri Beard Dwayne Beggs Angie Blnkley Darrell Bowdntch Sue Boklaga Gary Burdick Vnckue Burns Karen Campbell Gary Carlyle Kathy Chiccola Tom Christen Mark Condrey Mary Cook Suzanne Darrah Ramon Demond Darwun Dunten Larry Ebersole II Kent Fahl Ruth Ferrler Terry Flttro Wrlluam Gonzalez Russ luda Beth Johnston Larry Johnston Melody Klndy Roy Kohler Susan Larson Tom Luchtenberger Scott Lltwnller Truman Llvengood Dawne Luglblhl Kevnn March Joel McCormick Dave McDeavutt Terry Mlchael Laura Miller Gayle Nolte JUNIDRS l.xWt'J""" p . H , ' i':"-211'- , 4, N r. 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" ,T 1 Q A -z fir Vondra Oberhaus Andy Pauquette Cosby Palndexter Mark Pyles Donna Rediger Phil Reynolds Ball Rutter Betty Rychener Verna Sanekane Todd Schxppers Kevun Schwartz Dean Selden Greg Sowles Jeffrey Spence Laura Stover Anna Thoman Zoe Thompson Tony Treio Luz Tnnkaus Lee Underwood Karen Welss Graham West Scott Wulson Ted Wilson Mel Zumbrun "" "'- gr-.f.g ,'3 V N -- -..fi ' ,Eu 3 V x ' ' N X: 5 1 f 1' rv. N 0152 V 9 5 N - .- . ::' S me -3 P . , r Q S. if ,T P . , .N , .. tg , ' A:3:2,-, --yzfk, - ji .A :Eggs c.. ,1,g"-3,1 rm N c '-E7-t Qt "' fu? I 1 vc I , J' xl 1 I ' r ,A V, Muke Badgerow Twyla Burkey Terry Cooper Lisa Frauhnger Marcia Fry Sharon Geng John Klay Juli Larnard Roberta Lay Forrest Nelson Lonnie Powell Dlxle Reddung Konnl Saylor Davud Schenker Kathy Thorson Don Vardaman Wulluam Wheeler Kevin Abbott Brian Allison Kent Birkheimer Mark Brinkman Deb Burkholder Rhett Butler Pamela Cook Judy Cuckler Donn Dietz Dave Fansler Jim Gehman Richard Hull NON-GRAD SENIORS ,-9'3"-:,!. ' . , :.w.ff?:" wry-,A sa: ' e N -. -' 07 I-'ff iw-' -A . -' - 1 - - eg., , y V., I Y ia-as X .. J N-I " Q 5' y, ' ff? J' ' ' it fe .1 ' , l A qi . 3 I Q ' , Q . if-A in he f ze fn , ,. i , v A ' gi ' 'X C -f -" ' J-' l 'I -r If R A - " or .Jig I Evelyn Johnson TT -7 'VE-3 -A, . V , Scott Liechty H A A' Angie Long ' A V P' ,1 ,. John Mabe I 1 fo- 5: 'F f' is Cynthia Marks ' .,-Q Q i ' li y -5, , Sharon Meek 5 " 1 -l 'A ' , N A i . Q 'il . g y tix ' 9 .x - Al Peck N i ecfiirlf '- 'N ' vrqqfg'-5' Q- Y-.iq 1 Rebecca Rassi - ' V '- 4 ' 'S Q J '. Scott Schindler V l ' -fm n Janna Schlatter ', ' l . 0 va 1 ,,. I Terry Sordelet D l , 1 yd Cassie Sorenson s I - l . , X , ,- X John Taylor 7 "" '-'if'-1Q:.V' f y T7 lv N Tim Taylor A Sh it ft - ' N b Kimm Updegrove , CV , ,Q ' 1 Robert Yap " " 1, " A' 'A " . fi-5 lan Yorston .A .X b , ', R37-3, - .L l , , A ' 4 ,:'F:'- il 5" of s 'W' ,. . V .2-M' ""'.'! fl- s.-1' -I: i I ' ,'.-,, 'V , , ., -.- J 5' ."-i,--- a:.'-wa ' l . if Ngn Grgd Photos Not Available Fl'eShl'T'len Photos NOT Available Vickie Burns Ray Hylton Lois Johnson Lorraine Meek Thomas Miller Angela Pridmore Greg Rahrer Ted Rowe Marlane Sturm Sylvia Aden Sondra Allen Lillian Bodejo Eileen Bays Joyce Bell Max Bills James Boyer Chad Bluhm Garry Brackett Jerry Cassell Lucinda Farrell Mary Fields Eric Hancock Mary Anne Hill Sue Johnson Ralph Klinker Michael Knapp James Leichlichter Roxann Mosley Michele Muraski Mark Parrent Kellyn Reilly Carl Richael Larry Sargent Mike Schoffstall Sandra Smith Jeanne Snyder Steven Spitler Ronald Stouder Tommy Turner Brad Ulick Joseph Weiss Harold West Michael Yaney Michael Zeestraten "XYZ-1. ,I , I CANDIDLY NJ SPEAKING F . 'I W .1 li. r .+ 3' I ' F' A v. 1'iF,1 15? ' I. Af? Qi 2515! I . W? .,'. X iho- I I ,I ,L f I-'I 1: N- I' ': vi L1 "GT ji" L- x ' V lx., Q' I ,jalux .i,IN., , iq, ,, X"eqI w X 'af ix J I , P :I tw N6 . .. L.. TOP LEFT Smile, Dave Kali! TOP RIGHT: The Barbershop Quartet, Mark Brinkman, Mark Vincent, Ramon De- mond, and Mark Pyles adopt Laura Stover for one song. MIDDLE LEFT: Steve Gagnon needs a 2nd cup of coffee. MIDDLE: Jeff and Tracy Cau- dull smile for the camera: MID- DLE RIGHT: Happy Saga workers, Jay Heare and Mela- dy Kindy. BOTTOM LEFT: Ka- ren Weiss and Janice Miller, perfectly posed. BOTTOM MIDDLE1 Whaf's The balloon for, Tim Taylor? BOTTOM RIGHT: Rich Andrews with his Dew. IO7 TIMOTHY R. ATWOOD B.S. Biblical Studies CATHY L. AUSTIN B.S. Missionary Nursing JAMES L. BARNETT B.S. Pastoral Ministries DONALD W. BETTINGER B.A. Missions CATHERINE J. BLACK B.S. Chr, Social Work PATRICK K. BLACK Bachelor of Music CHARLES A. BLAIR B.S. Business Admin. JONATHAN E. BURKEY B.S. Pastoral Ministries MICHAEL S. CADRETTE B.A. Pastoral Ministries BRADLEY E. CAMPBELL B.S. Business Admin. SANDRA M. CARPENTER B.S. Elementary Education DONOVAN A. COLEY B.A, Business Admin. MONICA L. COLLINS B.S. Christian Education TIMOTHY W. COOKE B.A. Pastoral Ministries SCOTT J. DAVIS B.S. Pastoral Ministries ROGER L. DIEHL B.S. Christian Education SENIORS .i-. " T3 1 X f 2 . . MVN -11' f- , 1:4142 , W QU It xp f x .Iv '55 i . ,- .A- R ,. A . QF tri". '- . 3 I C .X L, "V - 6 if f x. xx .fgtfiyi .5 f-1. gs , t x L pg 'Y . I 'W.Q'b 5' L me-'G' Q 14 ' I -ef 4 A i .Q L if. x' wr' J' m . l r i . .I ,-.F vi lr 5 ,I cg-, I W' 1 1 for :ff I SENIORS K . A to .. .V 1, ig 'Q Ttlks. , sz r s- X J-x I S - .. .Q-f A we is I5 Tl y .,:g.g Pl' iii?-,. ' A ii 'I , Si :LL s 3,-- HST' LIP 1 . f si , .A 'Y " '-. - -k?:2t'-- N X if 'P r .4 ' J NX .t- ,f A. 4. I ft fi i K -- I '- T' ,J .. fu A .1', r . ! X it if I , , A - NJ - xl lie I PN I l JAMES H. DUNLAP B.S. Business Admin. DOUGLAS L. FOWLER B.S. Pastoral Ministries JOY E. HAWKINS Bachelor of Music Education LORI J. HEBERT B.A. Biblical Studies JOSEPH L. HEINSMAN B.A, Biblical Studies KENNETH B. HOGG B.S. Pastoral Ministries DAVID E. KALT B.S. Christian Education SHARON D. KALT B.S. Christian Education PHILIP A. KITTLE B.S. Pastoral Ministries ROBERT E. KRAFFT B.S. Business Admin. DANIEL W. LAMBERT B.S. Christian Education THOMAS L. LOGAN B.A. Missions LYNDON D. LOEWEN B.S. Christian Education PAMELA D, POSTEL B.S. Christian Counseling ALLEN F. RASSI, JR. B.S. Christian Education DIANE J. RIDLEY B.S. Elementary Education JOAN M. RONDE B.S. Business Admin. CINDY JO SAUDER B.A. Biblical Studies KATHLEEN R. SOWLES B.A. Biblical Studies LORETTA J. STROUP Bachelor of Music Education KAREN L. UMMEL B.A. Biblical Studies NANCY A. VALE B.S. Elementary Education ROBERT J. VALE B.S. Christian Education LORlE S. VINCENT B.S. Christian Education MARK L. VlNCENT B.A. Biblical Studies ANGELA M. WIDMARK B.S. Elementary Education LORI J. WILKA B.S. Christian Education SENIORS -n - .v- ' -s., .vi -Q 3' " ' Kr ' ' xr . - . .gi I i f . 'Ts DR t M l 1 5 . 5 Q' .X .P ' ,iii - -A, .1 N .Ag I' ' -, T . xt T ,- . 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A P , " Qt 'iss l f 1 ef SENIOR Photos Not Available PAULlNE R. BEER B.S. Chr. Social Work BRADLEY W. BYERLY Bachelor of Music Education DARRYL J. BROWN B.S. Pastoral Ministries DEBRA R. COOPER B.S. Elementary Education RALPH R. DRlSKlLL B.A. Pastoral Ministries DAVID P. GRUBER B.S. Pastoral Ministries DANlEL W. HARRIGAN B.S. Missions ROBERT E. HERMAN B.A. Pastoral Ministries ROBERT JOHN HUGHES, lV Bachelor of Music JAMES E. MAUDLIN 'B.S. Pastoral Ministries DANIEL R. MOESTA B.S. Biblical Studies LONNIE R. NORRIS B.S. Christian Education GREGORY A. PECK B.S. Biblical Studies THEODORE J. RAPONE B.S. Biblical Studies BENTON J. RHOADES B.A. Pastoral Ministries LEITH M. RICHARDS B.A. Biblical Studies REX A. ROTH B.S. Pastoral Ministries ALAN D. STEINER B.S. Pastoral Ministries RUTH E. STUCK B.A. Missions GEORGE O. YARlAN B.S. Missionary Nursing MARlANNE CARPENTER A.A. Secretarial Science LEA ANN DUNLAP A.A. Early Childhood Ed. DEBRA K. DURKES A.A. Christian Counseling NANCY S. FORD A.A. Early Childhood Ed. STEVEN J. GAGNON A.A. THEODORE G. JENKINS A.A. Biblical Studies LYNETTE D. KlTTLE A.A. Business Admin. GAYLE F. WEBER A.A. Secretarial Science A.A. Photos Not A vailable MlCHAEL J. BARB A.A. Christian Education DARRELL K. BOYER A.A. JOSALIE A. CLYDE A.A. SENIOR EXPRESSION I' ,. .1 ' 4 s., TOP LEFT Deb Burkholder flashes 0 bright smile on CI cold afternoon TOP MIDDLE AMCJW Brondenberger smsle TOP PIG!-IT Monnco Collnns prepormg tor foreign lands MIDDLE Shor- on Meek ond SCOTT Llechry soy "CI'1eese"' BOTTOM LEFT Mu- see mom Tum Atwood BOTTOM RIGHT Tuning mn on Ted Wilson H2 VQYQYQTQ' 0 70' x . Pi ,..-Q' Hx' TT d ,Lf Tx f - 14 . ve' if EP" L ff ., r4,v' 1 -L .bf QA! 4 X 5-Xgqfqi.. W TOP LEFT, Furs? lady of the band, Judy Cuckler TOP RIGHT. Tommy Logan us on the road again MIDDLE LEFT. Posmve Pam Pastel, MIDDLE RIGI-IT' "Who me?" asks Sandy Carpenter, BOTTOM LEFT' Making a good point is Roger Dlehl and Lon Wilka, BOTTOM RIGHT. Bobby Vale umpersonates Sterling Demond v - fs.-.-W. if 'vu 1 ,N .9- , vig -J .N71uII1' rt PUT HUBB Y THROUGH I Q . N ' ,V i f x 9 ff?" Zliiliii. 1:2 Z ENFTZ .AiuF'9. Pb:-'-' . , ,L xg 1-LII 2 ,T .gf -2? T iZl!5TT T" 1 f 11 w:??Vr.,g', 7 X-'ll 15:22 I ' YXi'1'f5f'3" ,A .us ,,'-,.,5Ii r T Tffr- If .4 A x 'dag A ,LJ , "Q "EFI ' 41113 ' 21 ,fr . V Ki 5 4 , . dj' A , ' '31 ,T x- S, t li: ATN! T li 5 1 P -,- I L TOP LEFT Mark and Lone Vrncent. TOP RIG!-1T.Wrth all stand- rng at anenhon, Make Cadrerte reads the cnatron MIDDLE: Brad and Karen Campbell BOTTOM LEFT Denny Wrllnams grves award to Angle Peck BOTTOM RIGHT, An embrace from Roger Duehl for has wnfe, Karen H4 SENIOR CHAPEL "Alive with Eighty-Five" The freshmen year, exciting and true, With finding out roommates, and seeing who's who. ln W-IO, our tests we did find, With the Bible and Music and the MMPI, After taking the test and finding we passed, We finally knew we were freshmen at last First semester flew, with parties and class, Second semester came , and OH what a blast' January came . , and boy did it snow, The first four weekends, no church did we go to Soon March was here with spring in our blood, Only to find out we came back to a flood. All day and all night kids put up a fight, Especially the night we saved Pemberton dike All too soon the year came to a close, lt was good for the girls, 'cuz they ran out of hose The summer seemed long, but went by fast, Reunited with friends, we're sophomores at lastl That there Englush proficiency ain't no fun, Specially if ya gotsa take more than one Sadie Hawkins eventually came and went, The girls realized it was money they shouldn't have Many girls' hearts became aglow, spent On that one night Johnny Hughes became "Romeo " The sophomore retreat sounded like a blast, But the ones that signed up disappeared fast. Once again the year came to a close, And as usual, the girls ran out of hose. v We entered the year with style and grace, Responsibility hit us right in the face Planning the banquet was our main lab, We set the date, and then had it robbed Candy bars, hats, and cookies , good grief' We last half our money to the "Cookie Thief " Back to the banquet it came and went, The guys realized it was money they shouldn't have spent. The iunior year ended much too quick, Only one year left to make friendships stick The end af the tunnel has a light all aglow, The senior year marks the end of our road Graduation was within our grasp, With only the Bible exam to pass Ordering announcements, caps and gowns, Second semester began the "countdown " "Only so many days left" became the familnar phrase But far some correspondence still stood in the way Passing Theo and Romans was Mah so fine," Soon to be walking the graduation line The friendships we've built are the kind that will last, We'll always remember this part of our past The Lord has blessed us and brought us through, Out ofthe old and into the new With this final word, we come to a close, "Underclass women, stock up on hose ,H By John Hughes, Lyn Loewen, Diane Ridley, .loan Ronde TOP: Diane Ridley reads the poem, "Alive with Eighty-Five " LEFT, Hope- ful graduates sing a last hymn together ll5 Recognition Chapel l-IONURING STAFF FA C UL TY V I TOP LEFT Eddne Reynolds, offer recelvung has 254yeor oword, gave the mornnng's od- dress TOP RIGI-IT Joon Moyers, Sharon I-lull, ond Wovo Bueschlen sung ot the some eye level MID LEFT Arlene Schlofter ond Borboro Anherhults receuve theur ten-yeor oword MID RIGI-IT Jam Schweuckort buds goodbye ofter sux yeors os monoger of WBCL BOTTOM LEFT Dons Grnmes looks lorword to more time lor grondmofhernng ofter elglwt yeors os reference Iubrclnon BOTTOM RIGHT Kenth Vlncenf recenyes oword ond buds goodbye after flye yeors os Vlce Preslclent for Development ond Publlc: Affolrs II6 F,-cf' Eli .-34:5 I '-1-... P . -. mv, ---4..,.,,, B 4.l. .41 BA CCALAUREA TE 9 TOP LEFT Tum Taylor bears the standard TOP RIGHT Ron Schorte gwes the address entrtled "Epaphras-A Model Servant "MID RIGHT Students process BOTTOM LEFT Sensor En- semble sungs "A Servant's Heart " BOTTOM RIGHT Merv takes fuve k I X ' 1 ff- ,. nil V xxffgi 4 m , "' I! fl!! r I 'V . if F" f f if 5 cg ss .., ,gli if .V . . ' .y,- xl P .,. ' 'aw '1- 51 Ji' - K Q , .fiat ,wa 'Q 753' ' -51-Y' W ., -' ,Y 'L ' 'W --. --ex 54 x "ff 1? K an 1: "H fd-4 -1 f , Q, 1 Y! M A - 1 'QA . 'gf "' ' XS ' T I ' X, ,i,:'tVLl'1 Q . .1 hi , I ' 1 f U- ' 45gk,q1. - fi? E-, sf , f- Rwvfawfu A Q V 2 j . "' WHE4 1 V -- , N Y : . K5 ' s LY .' " ' JJ-,N-. 4'-2 'I Z N 'X ' , 118 ig. lf! X1"'E -Wy Milfs- ' 'ln . , mf5NXX35 5 af f ff-1 g QF, ,'f GJ Q59 , Q ' -"N fx wan 'A T 1, . X , N X H x X N : x . X' 'ix S . X ' 5 x X Xxx 1 E X fx xw x , x yum ,x X K . M. 1, ,.. N X Xb X . . X x X , .3 ,4,.. 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Three happy graduates-Charles Blair, James Barnett, and Theodore Jenkuns. ABOVE1 Deb Durkes and Duane Ridley ALUMNI BANQUE T PROGRAM tttttxxx The dinner for alumni since '65 was served at First Missionary Church, The program continued in the chapel with a multimedia pre- sentation by Bob Jones and an up- date on the progress ot the Col- lege by the President, lnterviews with alumni, represent- ing the years '35, '45, '55, '65, and '75 and their connections to mis- sionary service was conducted by Joy Gerig. Senior awards went to Ken Hogg, Karen Ummel, Gregory Peck, Jim Dunlap, Cindy Sauder, and Moni- ca Collins. TOP Bob and Nancy Vale enioy dinner with rela- tives TOP RIGHT Outgoing Alumni Director How- ard Dunlap, receives the Outstanding Alumni Award and a standing ovation MIDDLE RIGHT Ken Hogg accepts one ot the six senior awards BOTTOM PICTURES Testimonies are given by Monica Collins, Bob Herman, and Mark Vincent fsingnng an original composituonl l2O 15. P 2 1 FACULTY no 'cu u .r"""+u' . ' .., 2 if , , ,lx A. 3 . nw . -l Q I :I ' I X. IQY A - ' K , EQ fs - I . , . 11' , 1 ,' " Q I I ,S '54 l I . -jiri ul! , V-sl Q Z ,L .- PF l K1 I X ' W 7 Ii ' I A ' ' I' 1 7' Q.: ' 2121. 5 , . u . , 1 l ' o I Q ' Y f' l , , gf. ." 1 fr ' - " ' ' T, A X . gl 1 f O V,-I fa I L 6 3?-sig oi, " Y QQ Wseffr' ou :mum W. -1 A i x -I I K. .nag A 4 -T I hifi I 74,3 T J ,A O m I 1. 'E - so . A' - X M f R ln. I' KIT , 'I' F' lu' . . L QE- , ' ' ,J IQJ ,uru e Pl rl jk - S' VT X 123, . x 3 N I, I 1- L K a as 'Iv' us ,P ' 1 ' gi, .. X - I . I ' 39- : 1 if If fp fr , ry .-: L, 'f jfyj- V5 C55 A A' v ,1 A 1 I ' 1 4L, 445 A , lu 3' , . 1 F' 9 . , I. Y, TIX J X J D' , ff. V ATC? 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Photos Not Available e A DANA COLLINS, Music, A5- sist. Prof. Ph N A ,I bl IRA GERIG, Moore, Prof. Om O' VM 6 . M Emerm-JS V. Arnold, C Belknap, E. Bunkowske, D A S I JUDY GREEN, Soc Work, As- oorrrooon, C oemorro, G. oo-seam, N s gist, Prgf, Drew, R. Ferguson, D, Ferrrer, R. Flack 2 if 6 'X FRED VAN DYKE Gen Ed. lnger, K Flickrnger, I. Gerlg, S. Gnagey, .f 1 I' 1 I ", Assist- prof- N Graham, E. Guy, L.!Hveem,vV. JCI J ' ' , , , , cobs, S Jewell, J. Martrn, S, Meleur, J PAUL ERDELI Mlsslonsf V'S'T' Morse, N, Morse, L. Mvnett, J, Ostrog IFIQ ASSIST, PTOF nan, S, Rust, J, Schwerckart, A, Seawell N ' 17" D, h R. h T, ' K. Y S GW' Sm" ' SME" Omg J, MCMANNUS s. RLATTE 5, SNIDER BARBARA ARTHERHUETS, Corres off Mgr l'Q?:'l7fS?N "W KAREN BOHN, Development Sec V- ' X-' ia A . 2 - ,J W - ' TWYLA BURKEY, Enrollment Counselor , E, 'P U .5 'Y ' A n RUTH BURNS, Academrc Dean soo 3 , Wa at J A if 1 , ,f L , CONNIE CLAUSS, lnstr Servrces Drr. 4. 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'T VICKI JACOBS, Presrdent's Ottrce Sec if ' A 'NA " , f r LOIS JOHNSON, Regrstrar's Offrce Sec 4 JOANNE KINGSBLJRY, Busrness Off Cashier ,fx R 7 A a 6 JEANINE KLAY, Sago Cook '- -L ff' Q4 ri 19 "' ' LYNNE KOCH, Publrc Relatlons Sec ' r ' , x Q ff' , . - . 1 , fr , I. 2 JAY LININGER, WBCL Announcer F ' M' ' GARY LITWILLER, Frnoncral And Drr 'Q T A PEG LUNDY, Saga Cook N g,, , .. r ,H K KAREN MCKENNA, Enrollment Counselor ,N i - ,N fi' JC- i 4 , LORRAINE MEEK, C S Secretory X A 1- ,Q V ' Q A JLG 5 .2 J' 2 . 5 , l22 S TAFF T A 's 'scfw' 'I -gsfgix ""' ' ' ' Iii: f,- 1 I wr- QF, A' If ,.- L. f' . I L. w. , -, If W K - ,,. I xy-wi'5'i' Q' , , , g. C S 1 T ,Sl " "T - V , , -. -259' , .,. , ' if 1 I 'TM I Pi LQ. - XT-iff: T C A . W . .12 - fi ' - z.. , xii , ' 'T .ff T' R- '51 1, in ' ' I I-1. , . fs. i 'Q E - - -All I f' - A if life-E" E IS I F ,JD 'F fs C5 ,F .M -at .1-up 1 E: ' ff - . :X , Q Q I . x'A ' ' ' 1133 .gf F A ,- owe . 1 X . 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AGNES SADDINTON, Pres Office LAVERA SAUDER, Mailing Dept Super KAY SCHLADENHAUFFEN, Print Shop Super ARLENE SCHLATTER, Library Sec. EVELYNE SCHMIDT, Bus Ott. Head Bkkeeper ERMA SHOWERS, Business Off. Sec RUTH SILVERS, Assist Librarian JOHN SULLIVAN, Maintenance JOE UPDEGROVE, Dev Field Rep. KEITH VINCENT, VP DevfPubIic Rel FRANK WATSON, Dev Field Rep. DENNIS WILLIAMS, Dean of Students CAROL WOLFF, Faculty Sec, VIKKI WRIGHT, Business Aft Sec LORI WYATT, Business Ott Bkkeeper SHARON MEJEUR, Assoc Dean of Students JIM SCHWEICKART, WBCL Manager JANE SULLIVAN, SGQU Cook LORIE VINCENT, Enrollment IBTESAM ZAWAHRI, SGQG Cook FACULTY STAFF TOP LEFT Judy Green cough! 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