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

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TABLE OF CUNTENTS Introduction 1 Acaa'e1nics 1 1 Portraits 3 3 Groups 49 Sports 59 Activities 79 Features 1 1 7 The VINE Fort Wayne Bible Coll g 1025 W1 Rudisill Bl a' Port Wayne, Ind' 46807 Dedication Ronald S char fe for being a dedicated prof. who enjoys teaching about the One whom he loves mostg sharing your knowledge of G0d's Word with usg making us research all those questions and type them! being a devoted husband I0 Evangelineg being a devoted father to Roslyn ond joeelyng having a caring spirit when we are in need. We dedicate the 1986 Vine to you ? .1 I g,,,ffv N! f A l yi? 'gl' Q, , fs ul NNQN u Qt X n I I ,NY N, 1.598 E H 5 ' P ' "g - , -, mfg Q3 - .N..+MQQQ5,g4g9. ' 'AK .,..:.f WM. .- xl ,P ,V w Je ' W .,,g?"' 1 ' V W: f 5 Q. a F Xxx I s 'A 2-5' x li fx? -Ssuy ' ' if Growth takes place in many ways. Summer missions is an ex- cellent way to learn patience, trust. sacrifice and responsibil- ityg in all these areas spiritual growth blooms and becomes alive. Another place of growth taking place on campus is within the four walls of Bethel Book- store. Expansion to better serve the college and the community has taken place when the Book- store moved to a larger store on South Wayne. 1-Patti Owens, Dawn Kale and Lisa Guegold drama- rize their mission to Brazil as "soldiers ofthe Light". 2- Dororhi and Marx Carolvn pack up the old Bethel Bookstore in Witmers basement, R-Carol Demond greets Pastor Khnepeter ot' First Mrssionars Church at the grand opening ul' the new Bethel Bookstore located at 4001 South Wavne !v-- . O 6' . gs ' .O-l 'X ' .lf ' . A 1 s -Y .V ,rye 'ls 'B x,. Y. 4 Bur V010 ' -,vi ' ' -"F"'.1.tP"" , - "rags, A ,,.4.g......,. v .Aff 'il Eme- .15-:fer . ,yr-. .. 1Meew3Hi5Q vn'mf'N we . 1 FA il L ir . ,, 1 if su- i - ' 4,5,,,.iif1 gr: ---- ps... "-2 9.23. Q ,. " ffi , . 537- E - sir. x , nnlunlnnnnnnn in 0 o o V -I , .wJ -'L 73 , -ln- We all learn to have grace through friendships and through helping one another during the fun times as well as the tough times. When Bill Da- vis left for jamaica, it was an exciting and thrilling new ad- venture for him and his friends were there to see him off. When Lexington dorm "sprung a leak", every girl pitched in to help clean up the rushing waters. FWBC builds lasting friendships which prove Over and over that grace is an important part of our daily lives. 4-Friends give Bill Davis a going away party. 5-Where are the sandbags to stop this wild rushing torrent 6 Betty Rychener, Lisa Frauhiger and Kelli Armstrong wonder, we've been roommates for how long? 09 ti Xie VA ' 2Xl71?f0,, ,J - Q" ' e ' 0,1 Ib. "' 'liz Lf- 1-.3 V' U -ar-'Q-"'-:V , 1- A-Lg'-72r'ji 'lg -P-f.. - f 1 -f .' A I .. Lit ' g ? 'wh'- M si V t ,X . if5 F '-75' 'TS' A ,1lE ' Ill" 'Z-J 0 Not only do our students strive for Aw! A a goal ofgreater knowledge. but so do our faculty. This year three pro- fessors have earned the title of Doc- tor. We give our congratulations to Dr. Doug Barcalow. Dr, Stan Nuss- baum. and Dr. Kent Young. Their diligence will enhance our learning and strengthen the admonition from Scripture. to study to show thvsellf approved . . . W'e at FVUBC throughout this "year of growth" have worked hard to pursue. with diligence. the calling each of us has been given by God. And yes. we have grown? I r- ri-- ! Y lv B l v J i STUDY to show thyself approved, cl workmen unto God Il Timothy 2:15 l ,ma Knowledge 0 W ...tt at I . H, ,.-- J' it S su ,!4' i ,, NL Lord imc! Stwior esits Christ vii: V ...f if I ..- Service to Christ is an all important aspect of our daily lives at FWBC. Bill Ritter seeks to serve Christ through the presentation of His Word. Preparation for service through the reading and meditation of Scriptures helps one to pattern his life after Christ. Another way to serve Christ is through sacrifice for the good of others. Ken Sistrunk and David Wil- liams present a plan to the student body to "Save the Womens Resident Director" posi- tion. This plan gave us the option of service through sacrifice. The plan was a success and through this we have all grown in Christ and His Love. 3 gf. . As""s.,, Y D But grow in grace and knowledge of our 'iii Lord and Savior jesus Christ II Peter 3:1 8 i as 3., li 3 7 ff.-1-mkfwvp-,raw we-.. WBC L Sharathon-A Vzszon mls 1-Char Binkley. WBCL Station Manager, stands by the "thermometer" that climbed over the wp! 2-Thais not giant dandruff on Dr. Bosrrom's shoulders-thats victory confetti. 3- ln the mailing :irea,jay Lininger takes his rum supervising some of the 300 volunteers. fTl1e bricks were placed on the table only for the picture to remember the "bricks" listeners "bought" to build the new WIKI. l'acility.J. 8 'K 5 0 rowtb Coming True! X. sf te. a-fa' K 4 ,El 5 , ,ii i 53 , wx.,- -1 a happy tenth anniversary! microphones and phones coordinators and computors 300 versatile volunteers and visitors, wide-eyed, seeing the people and the place- people whose voices they know, people they thank God for and the place- such a tiny place, smaller than they imagined-so small to have given such blessing 24 hours a day 2 'ss ,4 ' l K s-JW' ll. 'wiv .anne-.tc.-ss, ,as -,. st. .A .,.,,-ne-ws-w.-. an nw ef-xxszwsa-as . .- sw. praise! praise! praise! five days of faith sharing operating budget goal met third day new station goal met fifth day! it's like a miracle! nearly a million in pledges by 6000 listeners children came with penny banks a long stream of generous people saying thanks a link to the future to God be the glory! 4-jeff Carlson, Operations Manager, celebrates another baaaa-lessing, a goal reached. 5-Chen Carlson records the penny bank savings given by fans of kids-Kaleidoscope. 6-Marsha P Assistant to the Manager, concentrates on communicating the timing for the long looked P' f in ' ' when the goal is reached and the confetti flies and there are shouts and songs of ,rar ft thran. Management Secretary.'Iefl'Carlson. Oper- ations Manager, .lax Lininger, Host of NITLLITE, Char Hinkley f1cneralManager,liillViar,Ncws An- n unter, Izllcri llanwn. Office Manager, Mike Had- C eng. Stall Writer. Hex XX apner, lltrlltt Person rational award R-C har was surprised .is she stepped r the door of VC'-100 where stall' atii. li' ulti, had Station 0 f the Year. l cali! I , Teamwork! That's how you get a national award. The 1986 AWARD OF MERIT IN STATION OPERATION was presented to WBCL at the National Religious Broadcasters 45rd Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. in February. Char Binkley, WBCL's General Manager accepted the award to the station at a Religious Broadcasters' luncheon in the nation's capital. Ofthe 1,100 organizations belonging to this national association, WBCL was one of the four that received a Merit award. The criteria for the award is based on "station advancement of quality programming, use of new technological devel- opments to communicate the Gospel, and exemplary demonstration of the NRB Code of Ethics." 1 Marsha Bunker. Management Assistant, Diane ov.. Cmirdiriattir ul College Programming, Deb I V ' ,- WISCI. staff is lirinored at ri party celebrating the liered L ,,f-- fi ,I 'Sf' 'NN - i-re - we SDIWHCIVDV "The Biblical Studies Division is one of three divisions in the curricular structure at FWBC. Its aim is to contribute to the foundational preparation of "servant lead- ers" who are C1 I knowledgeable in Biblical backgorund and content and in theologyg C23 skilled in their interpretation of Biblical truth and its application to lifeg and 139 committed to a lifelong study ofthe Bible and a dissemination of its contents. "All three divisions are interrelated. The Biblical Studies Division helps students in the understanding of truth found in gener- al revelation, that is, that revelation exist- ing in nature and persons and forming the content of the General Studies Division. In reciprocal fashion, the content of gen- eral studies enables students of the Bible to understand Biblical content related to the natural and social sciences and to the liberal arts. Furthermore, the ability to think critically developed by the General Studies Division is an aid to Biblical inter- pretation and application. Professional studies provide the skills for disseminat- ing the information gained from Biblical and general studies to the world and for relevant serving in contemporary society." .....-4 1-Dr .Wes Gerig, division Chairman. 2-Professor Arlan Birkey shows the class the journeys of Paul. 3-Professor Ron Scharfe grades projects. J X is 1 Y tt. f vi' X x 1 i 4 J l 7 Z nn., , - c Y Q w """-s'L-w 'W 4 'j x -1-7 -C ' xii -'CQ . :Zi-6 1""v.,, , 1' 5 w.wr.swN..w--ww-' ' ' r 4 , 1 - 'I 5- 1 - " ' , ' ' 5.1 ,.., uv- ' 2 I X i 512.-fx ' f17"". -'-77 ' ' X 4-jeff Spence, Phil Reynolds, and Bob Sugiura pre- pare assignments. 5-Professor Roger Ringenberg gives thoughtful consideration to a question. 6- Dottie Greenley studies for her theology assignment, u'l'YfYf!'L:I!-lfC '11" "General studies consists of requirements and electives drawn from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The division provides neither specialized nor vocational instruction. Its purposes are to explore, integrate, and apply truth as found within its disciplines, and to func- tion with the other two divisions, assisting the student to formulate a Christian worldview and a unified concept of truth, and to equip the student to function criti- cally and constructively' as a servant-leader ine contemporary world. "The content ofthe General Studies Divi- sion consists of the knowledge, skills. atti- tudes and values which enable an individ- ual to see from a distinctive Christian perspective those areas of life common to all human beings. All baccalaureate de- gree programs include at least forty-two hours of general education courses." i v ,. . 1-Dr Alicejoi Weddle, division chair- man 2-An Intro to Art field trip to fhicago RAProfessor Sonia Strahm grades lnglish papers 3-Professorjim Saddinpr-in ral-:es us hack in history. K -- 1-1-W - I- r . ,UI X ,sm I is-:s.."5, UR ' 'N ' ' 4 N- QM,-g ' -,.-ff' I-. FJ' VW5, .-.L X .34 .,', 4 fi 4 , 2 K. 7 Q--I L -. I IJ ix 1 j' i' L f i Ti 1' I K, , I ,, , , 3, V 4 ' xg gl. ' J vii J, '.". " v.. W- " 1 i l " , ,-1-12 l i - 1' . 1 M y .- .- , 'P-'ak Z Pg, '41-2" .-,, i' -1 df.. z 'mg fra: 4' 5--1 :-'.5'gzff. , Ag. 5 f- v' ,,yzf., I V :N f, .gfifgv V 'A 'rv 1- .. Q-L43-::. ' -5,,4'4if5'-.-1:9:57'Q51rv .. F " 4: .V ,. 2 'ia .1 -' . ., I . 3,47 - 7 ,, gf Y A ,,,, .L ,V ,, ,J r 5-Coach Steve Motley. 6-joyce Klay, Lau- rie Bailey and Sue Boklaga test soil samples from Fogwell Forest. 7-"Hello, world out there," say Professor Eunice Conrad's Con- temporary Literature class. 8-Coach Deb Rupp chairs the National Tournament in Toccoa Falls, Georgia. 9-Professor .Ion Swanson demonstrates the use of gestures in speaking to Brian Powers. 10-Dr. Fred Van Dyke is interrupted during his study time. 15 Fw-w lfi "The aim of the Professional Studies Divi- sion is to provide degree programs which build on the calling, talents, and gifts of the student in preparing that person for vocational ministry in and through the Church. The vocations embraced by this division are multifaceted and may involve service in congregations, mission agen- cies, educational institutions. or other ministry organizations. The intent of the division is to develop leaders who possess professional skills and spiritual maturity which strengthen the local body of believ- ers and to enable the leaders to function competently in their chosen vocations." All baccalaureate degree-seeking students select a major from the Professional Stud- ies Division programs: Christian Counsel- ingg Christian Education fDirector of Christian Education, Childrens Ministries, Youth Ministries, Adult Ministries, Campingb, Christian Ministries Manage- ment, Music CChurch Music, Music Edu- cation, Performance, Compositionjg Pas- toral Ministries, Teacher Education, or World Mission. gf .J 1, ..: - x lv-L 1-Drjay Platte, chairman of the Division of Professional Studies and program chairman for the major in Music. 2- Dr. Stan Nussbaum, program director for the major in World Mission, discusses an assignment with Becky Cate, 5-Dr. Sterling Demond, program director for the major in fhristian Education sorts one of his CE files. girl!! .f X 4 Xie!- Xl lx ii Ji...- ? 1 j S'-af' .-EEA, ff X,A 2 1 11.-' 4-Dr. Ted Nickel, program director for the major in Ele- mentary Education, interrupts his work for a greeting. 5- Dawn Kale, an Elementary Education major, tutors a student in reading. 6-Students being creative in Elementary School Arts and Crafts. 7-Professor David Biberstein, program director for the major in Pastoral Ministries, fields questions after class. 8-Professor Merv Nicholls, program director for the major in Christian Ministries Management, shares a laugh with Mark Burritt during an informal party. 7 .... .1 -....---T -,Y.--,,7T.... .- wr ,fvvilxvrvv The day pastoral ministries students speak is always a good day to be in chapel. The sermons are filled with examples from a students perspective and speak to the problems of the here and now. For example, Kent Fahl in his sermon on Caleb asked us if we were facing our classes bravely and reminded us not to let our school work take control of us. "Tackle your walled cities and tear them down because God is with you." Others that spoke this year are Truman Livengood, Angie Binkley, Al Peck, Phil Reynolds, Brian Allison. Bill Ritter, and David Schenker. 2 "Never was I told when I became a Christian that I would have to give up unrighteous gar- ments for battle fatiguesf'-Truman Liven- good Y ,Q-"Z L I-Truman Livengood 2-Angie Hlnl-:lcv +-David Schenker 4-Brian Allison U l "They will be converted when they see the relationship not the religionship . . . when you experience the gifts of the Spirit, others should experience the fruit ofthe Spirit from you."-Bill Ritter "H" t'-if-if i-"--- v- --v--:ff --vi.. -.-,ff ,. -Q--,-1 ---- --. v - .z.i.L.v tg-uf 5-Andy Pauquette. 6-Terrence Sordelet. 7-Eric Vincent. 8-Marlene Everson. 9-Steve Galloway and Kelly Anthony, 10-Mike Badgerow, Alan Eicher, Mark Brinkman, and Ramon DeMond. Every chapel there is good music. Sometimes the great organ music is hardly heard as we come in and talk to one another. But after the call to worship there is usually a hymn with words and melody that stick in our mind long after chapel is over, such as "Great Is Thy Faithfulnessu or "Wonderful Grace of jesus." The special music is often a heartfelt testimony or a song ofpraise. Sometimes the song is not sung with a tape but is an original composition. 1 ...B-,., ,.ia11l:'-flh Tffiipi Three Contemporary Issues Series were held this year. Remember the one on world hunger? Stan Nussbaum helped us realize what good food we have in comparison to what much of the rest ofthe world eats. Many of us stood up to signify that we would no longer complain in the cafeteria. And there was a panel with Cleve Lawrence, Eric Hos- tetler, and Stuart Zurcher sharing what they had seen of poverty in their part ofthe world. After that series a few people ate plain grain meals on Fridays. And remember the series on abortion? Deb Burk- holder did a very sensitive role play with Joyce MacDougall, who is Director of Crisis Pregnancy Center, And remember there was a candle extin- guishing ceremony to dramatize the enormous number of lives of the unborn snuffed out for flim- sey reasons. The pictures on this page should help us remember the series on the cults chaired by Roger Ringenberg with Dana Collins. Linda VanDyke, Tom Foster, and Mic Clinger on the panel. lmllana Collins reasons with two Mormons who have come to his door, portrayetl hx' Roh Yoder and Steve Galloway. 2-Tom Poster points nur pri-blerns found in the doctrines of the Dleho- -.ans Witnesses uni ,,-, , , -,.,, - .. v lnimvsux. Many special speakers have added to our spiritual growth this year. Among them, of course, have been our own professors. For example, David Biberstein gave us a new appreciation for the parable of the prodigal son in his series during a Spiritual Emphasis morning. And in one chapel Sterling DeMond challenged us with a sermon entitled "The Assent of Moses." The speakers from far away places have been great too. During missions week in the first semester there was Don Richardson, missionary author, whose book THE PEACE CHILD helped us recognize that God has prepared people to receive the gospel and that sometimes we over estimate the difficulties of preaching the gospel in another culture. Then there was Bill Leslie from LaSalle Street Baptist Church who was the Staley Lecturer. He shared very personally and honestly concerning his work with the people of the inner city and concerning his own journey into wholeness. Another missions speaker was Greg Living- stone of Frontiers, who was the plenary speaker for this year's Outreach Conference. "It's the Muslims turn now to hear the gospel," he said. "9 The Great Final Exam Question Did you live in such union with my Son that you could love a little as He loved?-from Staley Lec- fL1l'eS fa-- .f . 'A""fq,, Q E A at '-W4 o.,,,RkhgD , I Q M 'sf-U 'fz ragy Qin f .1 ee. A? '-QT ' -Y ' ftlirz- :C ". ni 4 r e ., tai? fix 'Cx 'ill' W' 7 'W 6 ""f1egAQ:4?s3 Q.t va- . - T" 3-Bill Leslie in an informal question-answer session. 4-Greg Livingston 5-Don Richardson autho- graphed a few books 6-Three of Richardsons books -1- - The capstone of the 145 semester hours for the B.S. degree with a major M' in in Elementary Education is the actual experience of being a teacher for an ,..-D eight-week period under the supervi- sion of a master teacher. This year nine 71-1 the Fort Wayne Christian School. The 3 students completing this long-antici- pated internship are Laurie Bailey, Ka- ren Campbell, Pam Cook, Judy Cuckler, Ruth Ferrier, Greg Rahrer, S Diane Ridley,janna Schlatter, and Da- vid Spence. Uvxii K Ti M H-'GFI 5 ,-- T ' - ' ',Asc!:. ' H:-.ig F--. Z . Q15-' 3 1-Pam Cook at Fort Wayne Christian. 2-Diane Ridley at Maplewood Elementary. 3-Janna Schlatter at Fair- field Elementary. 4-David Spence at Franke Park Ele- menrary. I ll 4 'r-'- ll P' f fr r' Wx- senior students in El Ed were placed in . six Fort Wayne public schools and in 4 'Y ? . 1- ""'! Dan Zehr and Russell Iida in a joint recital. Five voice recitals are part of the require- ment for a major in music were given this year: JULIANNE LAR- NARD, alto junior Recital, Nov. 26 MARK D. PYLES, bass Senior Recital, Mar. 2 RUSSELL IIDA, bari- tone junior Recital, Mar. 18 DANN ZEHR, bari- tone junior Recital, Mar. 18 TERREINlCE SORDE- LET, tenor Senior Recital, Mar. 23 ug.,-, fx bf ,X 7: I I-Imcnsc concentration by members of the band dunny Pups-n'Pxzza 2-jay Heart: and one of the guest msfrnrncnralxsrs during Pops-n-Pizza 5-Itru: Vlfl!,C'f1Ib.JVIAYUCfSUUfhlS part. 4-The Brass Ensem- ble, due' rf:-1 bn Tum Lnchrcnberger, blessed us dur- mg Chapel 4-I-V Y V -W-Iwi, V ,-,,,, f V-Q...-own The Fort Wayne Bible College Concert Band was a valu- able part of the BC Community . Directed by Dana Col- lins, the band participated in the Christmas and Spring Festivals, Chapels, and had their own annual Pops-n-Pizza. Pops-n-Pizza was given on two nights this year and con- sisted of popular music by the band and pizza catered by Domino's for all to enjoy. The Brass Ensemble accompa- nied the Chorale at several area churches and had their own chapel. Student Director of the Band was Kevin March, and Student Director of the Brass Ensemble was Tom Lichtenberger. 'fat' as 5-Dana Collins, band director, keeps the band un- der control and on the move. 6-Cathy Diller and Terry Michael let their french horns sound, 7-Three trumpetersg Kevin March, Alan Eicher, and john Dovel. 8-Dave Rentz prepares to clash the cymbals. 9-Dana directs the band during an evening practice. Ef'...'-L1 "-'TEMi2.'fQflf7l7I-3-... i . A 'Q ' A aria O, Come, let us sing for joy to the Lordg Let us shout joyfully to the rock of our salvation. Let us come before His presence with thanksgivingg Let us shout joyfully to Him with psalms. Psalm 95 PROGRAM "Come Praise the Lord with Me"john W. Peterson "We Will Rejoice" George F. Handel "O Sing Unto the Lord" Hans Leo Hassler "Lion ofjudahn Ted Sandquist "He Will Sing Over You with Joy" Mark Hayes "Sheep May Safely Graze" j.S. Bach "Vesparae Solennes De Confessore' W.A. Mozart "Laudate Dominumn CPS 1175 Soprano Solo Armor of God" with congregation,-John N. Beck Press On" "In God's Time" Dan Burgess Ain'a That Good News" William L. Dawson 'Lord I Want To Be A Christian" arr. Warren Martin 'Spirit of the Living God" Daniel Iverson jesus Grant Me This I Pray" GH. Kitson 'I Am His and He ls Mine" arr. B. Krogstad Choral Benediction "And Now May The God Of Peace" .H C1 xi 'F 'A-1-1 'Q ' f ' -- --Y' -F Q , .Vw . , 1-Beth Cotter sings soprano solo. Z-Rehearsals are intense. 3-Mem- bers of Chorale lropl Dorothy Greenley, Cleve Lawrence,jim Gip- pert, Mark Pyles, Tony Cassel, juli Larnard, Cindy Yeagley. Beth Cot- ter, Sharon Gerig, David Williams, Steve Galloway, Dann Zehr, Renee Gerber, Heather Lehman. Deb Gurwein, Kim Davis, Rob Yoder, Russ Iida, Kathlyn Kulp, jennifer Haworth. Not pictured: Trudy Holloway, Peter Koiner. 4-Steve Galloway relaxes before singing "Zacks the Name." 5-Cleve, Pete, and Rob in a practice session. 6- Russ Iida takes a solo part. 'Q 1' .-. ,.-nn. A.. -3231-Ligz-'.."l,Q , .' A ' in 96 Y 1-joy Gerig, Director of Christian Service and President of ACSP. 2-Dick Baxter duplicates some tapes of the last ACSP conference. Dick serves as Se-cretaryfTreasurer of ACSP and editor ofthe quar- terly newsletter. "-""I"" T' ""'i"2 """' 'P' Christian Service Directors for many years learned the hard way-by themselves. Now thanks to the encouragement of AABC and the vision ofjoy Gerig and others there is a professional organization called the Associ- ation of Christian Service Personnel CACSPX which meets every two years to share and encourage one another in promoting quality Christian service programs. The organization now is in its Hfth year, hav- ing met three times. and has a membership of 74, representing 51 colleges. The membership is drawn from the Christian service personnel of schools accredited by AABC Cfull mem- bershipl and from C.S. personnel of other schools of higher education Cassociate mem- bershipl. FWBC is pleased that this important organi- zation originated at Fort Wayne Bible Col- lege. The Ad Hoc Committee met here in 1980 and the first ACSP conference in 1981, during which the constitution was signed in Witmer Hall. This was especially fitting be- cause Dr. Safara Witmer, in honor of whom the building was named, was the founder of AABC itself. During the third conference, held last fall, Miss Gerig was named President of ACSP. ii 'u L A -4-V P 015 2.3: 5-Sue Larson and Dwayne Beggs with their Christian Service young people's group who have just presented an Easter program with their puppets called "His Fleece Was White as Snow." 4-The CS. staff: Dick Baxteruloy Gerig, Lorraine Meek, and Beverly Free. 5-Dave De Selm is one of the fifteen who teach the coaching classes three times each semester for the Christian Service pro- iects. 1 -4'4" '?4l'-'5"f?'3'?'9"?3' - 721 '- -sg' ' 'JSR I .4 " i Q 1-A sorrowfuljoash wishes he had not passed on the gossip that caused harm to his lamilv. 2-The slave, Enoch, now born-anew sacrifices himself for Abigales freedom. . ig.. HIS Company. the Christian Service drama troupe un- der the direction of Miss Sonja Strahm, presented a new play the second semester entitled "In Spite Of," The plot, with its theme coming from the book of james, focuses on the tragedy that can occur when the tongue is not controlled by Gods spirit. Also in their repertoire is a series of vocal solos and dramalogues entitled "Master Meeting." The five members of the troupe portrayed Nicodemus, the woman of ill-repute, Peter, Mary fMartha's sisterj, Thomas, and the mother of james and john in life- changing meetings with the Master. 4--Perdiras artful advances are relected bt a loval and sruhhorn Nadab 1-Members of rhe troupe Al Peck, ,lozte Klai., Parrv Owens, Marc Siler, and Eric Vincent ---W' - - ---.Y-1-. - --- -T-1 - iv?- I ft il l lil. .. l l 1 ' it :Q . M s Q, .N lgb I ' 1 . : I' ' ., - ' 3 -O A N 5. fh x .X""' , so a Q 30- I.- -1-X -Sxs '-rr ., 'A Qc isa The ten-week summer ministry of COMMON BOND in church camps, youth conventions, church services, and prisons was intense with 90 performances in 68 places through the Midwest and into Ontario. One highlight of the summer was being invited to participate in the 1985 General Conference of the Missionary Church in Toronto and the Central Districts Missionary Youth Convention. Another highlight was a performance at the Christian Brotherhood Meeting of inmates at the Indiana Reforma- tory. The motto of COMMON BOND, "all for one and one for all," is from Romans 15: "May the God who gives endur- ance and encouragement give you a spirit of unity among yourselves as you follow Christ jesus, so that with one heart and mouth you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord jesus Christ." i If 5 fa.. -J t Y 5 i 9 5-fsittingl Kent Fahl, Ted Wilson fsrandingb Scott Schindler, Dann Zehr, Steve Snyder, and Russ Iida. 6-The quartet in a chapel perfor- mance in September, its final one. 7-Ted Wilson, student director, is definitely in charge of that saxophone. 8-Scott Schindler, accompanist, joins the quartet while member number six, Steve Snyder, the sound technician, labors behind the scenes. "' "7 F-5 5-"i3"5'7"f?"'i' 1. 232- 9 '99 -'AL-Y f'f'f-TSE,-'Ir's b.a1SX n 'O N 'Q V5 55 'T Q 'Q Q VJ X 2 ,Q 0720064 fl 4 fi- r 075 012 COCURRICIILAR Top Seniors: Ian Yorsron Mark Brinkman Top junior: juli Larnard Top Sophomore: Brad Ulick Top Freshmen: Alera McAhren Lisa Bennett Seniors: 15 poinrs or more: Sarah Badgerow jeff Burger Darwin Dunten Donna Rediger Berry Rychener janna Schlarrer Greg Sowles jim Gehman Ray Hylton HONORARY DELTA EPSILON CHI Dr. jacqueline Carl Dr. E. Stanley Leonard DELTA EPSILON CHI Angie Binkley Deb Burkholder james Gehman Lois johnson Greg Sowles WHO'S WHO Angie Binkley Ramon Demond james Gehman Lois johnson iiggreg Sowles 'Ted Wilson ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS Bruce Cluckie jenni Haworth Toni jackson-flndianapolisj Sheri Harris Brad Ulick Paul Wilkinson Terry Firrro-CThomas K. Zehrj David Maxwell Sari Pafford CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Gary Burdick Ramon Demond Andy Pauquerre AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY AWARD Riehard Hull ALPHA KAPPA David Maxwell Andy Pauquette SERMON AWARDS Sharon Barron Andy Pauquette uf' 1Pl-E TQNHNNNZHM Carrre Anrhony Kelly Anthony Pamela Avore Lora Basrran Lrsa Bennerr Rurh Berger Ed Brrkev Knsrina Bolm Mary Brmson joel Brosey Dolores Cansler Tony Cassel jerry Cassell Dawn Clark Terry Clark Polly Clay Bruce Cluckie Teresa Coricchio janelle Demond Cathy Dlller john Dovel Sue Downev Alan Ercher jeanne Pusher joe Florence Steve Galloway jared Gerrg Tonya Glllum jrm Gipperr Gary Grrmes Lrsa Guegold Brran Hanford jenmfer Haworth Alane Helndel Larnn Hodgm Enc Hosrerler Brent jackson Tom jackson Lxsa jandrk Tum johnson Terry jones Dr-hr Kcsrer - Ai- " i' Tl "' ,I " 'T,' 71i6. 'TTI'- L A. ff X 3 an 1 ' 1 V' I . 4 'J TY X S L .R -A 'if I ce .ng 4,35 . 1 Y 'Q fwfr 6 , . x. 'H' f- V l ,J 0 ...J - ,, S4 95 L ' rilhlffi PZ- - 1 1, Y A f: 1? 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BRANT JOSEPH J. BUTORA ELLEN GRAHAM DANIEL C. LARSON MARILYN MILLAR KIMBERLY L. PENROD PHILIP E. SUTI-IERLAND DARIN YODER ASSOCIATE OF ART miglff Photos Not Available SUSAN D. BALL KIMBERLY BURDICK KATHLEEN R. CHICCOLA KIMBERLY A. CHUPP LINDA K. PETERSON JUDITH B. SHISLER SE IOR at Wx rl? "lx. KEVIN K. ABBOTT B.S. Pastoral Ministries BRIAN E. ALLISON B.A. Pastoral Ministries KELLI M. ARMSTRONG B.S. Biblical Studies SHARON S. AYABE B.S. Biblical Studies SARAH C. BADGEROW B.S. Christian Counseling LAURIE K. BAILEY B.S. Elementary Education BRADLEY j. BALL B.S. Missions ANGELA j. BINKLEY B.S. Christian Counseling DARRELL L. BOWDITCH B.S. Pastoral Ministries MARK D. BRINKMAN B.S. Missions JEFFREY B. BURGER B.S. Pastoral Ministries DEBRA S. BIQRKHOLDER B.S. Christian Counseling RHETT L. BUTLER B.A. Pastoral Ministries KAREN I-I. CAMPBELL B.S. Elementary Education GARY M. CARLYLE B.S. Christian Counseling THOMAS A. CHRISTEN B.A. Pastoral Ministries RICKY TJ. COLLINS B.S. Christian Education ,ILTDITH C. CUCKLER B.S. Elementary Education SUZANNE D. DARRAI-I B.S. Christian Education RAMON S. DEMOND B.S. Christian Education DARWIN P. DLINTEN B.S. Christian Counseling LARRY W. EBERSOLE II B.S. Christian Education ,-' -' : .5 4 p wp . I dr, SI? Y 5 .r .. r- . E" i , 254 I. if I I - - ----1:-xi-Lzqrf - .-wav?---. zsvrzrufvrrii- sa-tri: SENIOR 1 ,fi 'Nm-'X qw' A 9- 4 s .H 4 r- ,l ii iz- i . I 5 3. DAVIDJ. FANSLER B.S. Christian Education RUTH E. FERRIER B.S. Elementary Education TERESA HOGG B.S. Christian Counseling RICHARD W. HULL B.A. Pastoral Ministries LOIS EJOHNSON B.S. Biblical STudies THOMAS L. LICHTENBERGER B.S. Christian Education SCOTT A. LITWILLER B.S. Elementary Education TRUMAN P. LIVENGOOD B.S. Pastoral Ministries LAURA j. MILLER B.S. Elementary Education ALFRED D. PECK B.S. Biblical Studies DIXIE E. REDDING B.S. Christian Social Work 45 DONNA REDIGER B.S. Elementary Education WILLIAM G. RITTER B.A. Pastoral Ministries BETTY RYCHENER B.S. Elementary Education VERNA H. SANEKANE B.S. Elementary Education KONNIJ. SAYLOR B.S. Missions SCOTT R. SCHINDLER B.S. Church Music JANNA L. SCHLATTER B.S. Elementary Education GREGORY S. SOWLES B.S. Christian Counseling DAVID A. SPENCE B.S. Elementary Education TIMOTHY J. TAYLOR B.S. Christian Counseling ANNA M. THOMAN B.S. Christian Counseling I OR v -7' 3' -TLT -' ' --'-" -T" X-'xi I .1 14" K. E IDR Au... hw x I 'S 1. ,As-xi. ,vt i - r Photos Not Available MARY L. BRANDENBERGER B.S. Elementary Education PAMELA R. COOK B.S. Elementary Education DONN A. DIETZ B.A. Pastoral Ministries LISA K. FRAUHIGER B.S. Christian Counseling MARCIA J. FRY B.S. Missions JAMES A. GEHMAN B.A. Missions RAYMOND I.E. HYLTON B.A. Pastoral Ministires EVELYN L. JOHNSON B.S. Elementary Education SCOTT J. LIECHTY B.A. Pastoral Ministries JOHN D. MABE,JR. B.S. Pastoral Ministries SHARON A. MEEK B.A. Biblical Studies ANDRE L. PAUQUET'TE B.A. Christian Education GREGORY RAHRER B.S. Elementary Education THEODORE J. ROWE B.A. Pastoral Ministries TERRENCE J. E. SORDELET Bachelor of Music JOHN F. TAYLOR B.S. Pastoral Ministries KIMM L. UPDEGROVE B.S. Christian Counseling MILDRED WANNER B.S. Missionary Nursing LEE A. UNDERWOOD B.S. Christian Counseling TED B. WILSON B.A. Pastoral Ministries ROBERT A. YAP B.A. Pastoral Ministries JAMES T. YAZEL B.S. Pastoral Ministries IAN R. YORSTON B,S. Business Administration DOUG BARCALOW, CE. Assist. Prof. RICHARD BAXTER, Gen Studies, Asst Prof. DAVID BIBERSTEIN, PM. Assist Prof. CHAR BINKLEY. assoc, Prof., WBCL Manager ARLAN BIRKEY, Bible. Assoc. Prof. HARVEY BOSTROM, President WAVA BLTESCHLEN, Library Dir., Assist. Prof EUNICE CONRAD, Gen Studies, Assoc. Prof BARB COON, Registrar, Assit Prof STERLING DEMOND. CE. Assoc. Prof. RICHARD DIQGAN, VP for Academic Affairs MARLENE EVERSON, Music JOY GERIG. CS Director, WES GERIG. DON KLOPEENSTEIN, Cort Studies, STEVE MORLEY, Phys Ed.. Assist Prof. Assoc Prof Bible, Prof. Assist Prof. Assist Prof. I MERV NICHOLLS, Business, Assoc Prof TED NICKEL, Elem Ed., Prof STAN NI.'SSBAL'M, Missions, Assist Prof JAY PLATTE, Music, Assoc Prof. ROGER RINGENBERG, Bible, Assist Prof DEB RUPP, Phys iid., JIM sADo1NGToN, Gen Studies, RoN SCHARFE Bible. soNJA STRAHM. Gen studies, -ION SWANSON, Gen Studies, ALICE JOY WEDDLE, Ele Assist Prof, Assist Prof. Assoc Prof. Assoc Prof. Assist Prof. m Ed., Prof. FACULTY ' 'silt err If Ar 14' ' . .1 X K .f, I A . .ss--I ,gi is x ,. - :PAQ I, B . ia . ff .us "3" A I 1' 'fi' " K! ' ' ' I -L if .9 , I -44 lu, 'L I -si 41, , Q J - -0 Y A' 1 A. 'I I I l Part Time Faculty Not Pictured CHERI AUMAN LOWELL BECKER CAROLE DEMOND RON FLICKINGER KAREN FLICKINGER JOAN MCMANUS JAMES OSTRAGNAI SHIRLEY PLATTE DEB SHAW STEPHEN SNYDER ERIC STOOPS Photos Nor Available IRA GERIG DANA COLLINS, Music. Assist Prof. WILLIAM GERIG, Missions, Assist. Prof HARRY HYDE, Missions, Visiting Instr. FRED VAN DYKE, Gen Studies, Assist Prof. DENNIS WILLIAMS, Assist Prof., Dean of Students JIM LOOMIS KENT YOUNG H Ya? Y -13 . 9. . . . BARBARA ARTHERHULTS, Corres. V RUTH BURNS, Academic Dean Sec. is STAFF DEBBIE CARTER, Communic Coordinator LYNNE FORD, WBCL Spec. Program Dir. MARjORIE HOLLOWAY, Word Processor SHARON HULL, Development Coordinator MIC CLINGER, Computer Specialist RON COFFEY, Men's Res. Director IRENE COX, Saga Cook if E 4, BEV FREE, CS Scheduling Sec. ,I . A 4 I if 3 BILL HULL, student Accounts . , ,, ' , .4 in j Q.: . , ,.,, - . I , , 1, at f ,V - ,Nr POLLY jACOBS, Mail Clerk, Dev. 4 N ... Q K -Q Z , p I '- 4 ca. J It I VICKIjACOBS, President's Office Sec, in M, ai -Z wr. 3 i .J an f' I . SHARON KALT, Student Dev. Sec. jOANNE KINGSBURY, Business Off. Cashier STEVE MANNING, WBCL News Director LORRAINE MEEK, CS Secretary SHARON MEjEUR, Assoc. Dean of Students ROSE ANN NICKEL, IMC Director DOREEN NICOLET, Personnel Sec. PEGGY ROUCH, Corres. Sec. AGNES SADDINGTON, Sec., Pres., Office ARLENE SCHLATTER, Library Sec. EVELYNE SCHMIDT, Bus. Off. Head Bookkeeper RUTH SILVERS, Assist Librarian jOE UPDEGROVE, Dev. Regional Dir. MICHAEL VAN HUISEN, Assist Dir. Library FRANK WATSON, Dev. Field Rep. CAROL WOLFF, Faculty Sec. A LAL W '- .3 W f l I l 1 ., . fi ,. 3 ' ' A , i Q- 1 V I at I ' l f: .Q -" 7 I '- f ' , ,. ' i , ,- Q 5 A ,Q Ph N A jl bl julie Perl 1 ' otos ot var a e Joy Pugsley M Sandy Benton Larry Green REPP A' Q. A Doris Billiard Don Hamm le Reynolds . 1- Dyann Rupp Cathy Black Marsha Bunker Brad Campbell jeff Carlson Diane Cochran Becky Crawfis Warren Crawfis Deb Durkes Edith Ehlke Deb Gerig Ellen Hanson Ada Hausser jeff jansma Lois johnson jay Lininger Gary Litwiller L. Neunschwander Pat Patterson Mark Perkins Debbie Perkins K. Schladenhauffen Cindy Sordelet john Sullivan Nancy Swanson Scott Tsuleff Bill Viar Frank Watson Marsha Whitehurst Kyan Young Ibtesam Zawahri cm lx. 1 W I-if ..i, mal? LORI WYATT, Bus Off Sec MARCEIL ZEHR Alumni Sec -anal lfNancy Swanson 2- Dr and Mrs Iiusrrnm '1-Karen IlllCklDgCf, Susan Ball and Barbara Crow rn drscussron 1- Far Patterson 5-A relaxed Ron Coffey fr-Fred Van DVI-ze and jam Gehman srudy a frog 7-Sran Nussbaum U4 SJHOHD Grl"""s i Q. Sgl L21 .Il CJ Lt ?'l""5i, 41 WA I Bangla 1-SKEES' WING, Alane Heinclel, Dottie Gteenley, Su- san Mitchell, Carol Kastelein, Gayle Nolte, Ruth Wamplet, Kelli Armstrong, Lisa Frauhiget, Nancy Ford, Katie Schlorke, Debbie Kestet. Hope High, Sally Slot- tetback, Kelly Lewin, Laura Skees KSAI. 2-MOSER'S WING, Tonya Gillum, Tonijackson, Teana Bolin, Rita Gish, Pattie Teall, Loretta Millet, Pamela Avote, Natalie Medina,-Julee Moser ISAP, Denise Schlattet. 3-YEAG- I.LY'S WING, Mary Brinson, Beth Cotter, Lisa jandik, Shelley Mutphey. Lisa Bennett, Cindy Yeagley KSAP. Sharon Barron, Missi Huber, Kelly Anthony, Polly Clay, Kathy Kulp, Kimberly DeTtempe, Donna Rediger, Sue Driwnev, 50 fb RJ 4, L5 web, 7 X. 1 4-TRINKAUS' WINGQ Cathy Diller, Gail Schmidt, Sarita Rubrake, Kathy Nemeth,ja- nice Miller, Melody Kindy, Patty Owens, Susan Kornhaus, Liz Trinkaus CSAJ, Heather Lehman,jenni Haworth. Imposedg Lori Fa- zio. 5-UPDEGROVES WING, Melody Blevins, Barb Scott, Deb Stout, Cindy Nor- wood,judy Moyer, Kimm Updegrove CSAJ. Tami Platter, Sherri Harris, -Ianice Duncan, Dawn Clark, Rachelle Steiner, Lisa Guegold, Lori Hopkins, jeni Watson. 6-LAR- NARD'S WING, Kim Davis, Sharon Gerig, Sue Boklaga,joyce Klay,juli Larnard CSAJ, Verna Sanekane, Laura Miller. 51 Sb COMMITTEES 74 4 A 1-MARRIED STUDENTIfE1.LOV4'SHIP, Mum- AIWQUJ,BklbI.Cf13fdSUI'l.'ICffVSPCHCC. Phxl Rexnolds 2ill'NIOR CLASS OFFI- CILRS, Cosbx Pumdcxrer, Ruger Rmgen- hug 4ddXlSOfW. Pere Kmncr, Trudx Hulluway Nor pxcrurcd jmll Rnchardson. 3- S'I'l'DIiNT GOVIiRNMIiN'I', Mark Bur- rm, Kathy Nemerh, Brad Pluck, Lnsa Ben- neu. Ian Yorsmn, Scum Lnechuy Run Coftrev fadx1aur1,Trudy Hulloway, Paul XVIHKIDSOD Nm pncrured -Ive Hurora, Marlene Everson 'JdVlSUf1 51 sf., V rd. xv ., 2 J " ' , .. in '-35+ "" H 5 'A' A. ,K lx as A- W f - f' V I I tt I I . 'Y- - I -1 'J . ',"YV pn COMM ITTEES V ,Qgg ix T x r. 131' C7 KJ 4-STUDENT MISSIONARY FELLOW- SHIPgjeft' Eagen, Sue Boklaga, Ed Irmeger Sherri Harris, jim Gehman, Steve Snyder Not pictured: Stan Nussbaum Cadvisori. 5- BAND OFFICERS: Dana Collins fadvisori juli Larnard, Kevin March, Donna Rediger jay Heare,john Dovel. 6-YOUTH CON- FERENCE: Brad Ulick, Bryan Heindel, So- nja Strahm, Doug Barcalow, jeff -Iansma Andy Pauquette, Dann Zehr, Kim Davis Donna Rediger, 1 1 i IJSCHWARTZ' WING: Rob Yoder. Chuck Follmer. Rollre Mams. Mary Cook, Iievrn Frauhrgerulefll I.awson,Kev1n March, Greg Glorzbach. Dan Callahan, joanne Kmsburv, Mrke Schoffsrall, Mark Burrrrt, Kevm Schwartz ISA I, Steve Snvder Z-STIV ARTS WING, Sreve Stuart KSAI, Dan Son- nenrag, Mrke Moromrsaro. Brran Hartford, Dave Bennerrulohn Klav. Cleve Lawrence, Brvan Carpenter, Tom Olney. Tedd Brad' ford. Ryan Threlkeld 3-POTTERS WING, Rob Wrrzrg, Brxan Hemdel. Tom Achal-car,,I1m Grppert, Dave McDeavrrr, Alan Ercher, Tony Cassel, Enc Vrncenr, Pe- rer Schulz, Paul Wilkrnson, Greg Schultz, Dan Potter ISAI. 5 I w g 2 9' WINGS ' A xg 'pg '93 i 4, Q, , K fs? -4 ,fx i e A si ' A A ' Q , ur : 4' .vi ' ,zffii if l l jf2,,:av'I' - gy uhm :alll v, . 'vi ,, ll .ax -Y 1 lx. , :L 5 xxmf , l, "4 W1 ' r . ' , i 4. kSfr3:'?'QJl'nXO ,Vi 4-YAP'S WING, Steve Galloway, Marc Siler, jim Beard, Mark Brinkman, Ed Birkey, Dann Zehr, Robert Yap KSAJ, Ian Yorston, Tim Prentice, Larry Eber- sole, jeff Burger, Darin Yoder, Bob Su- giura. 5-DUNTEN'S WINGgjohn Do- vel, Darwin Dunten KSAJ, Terry jones, Bruce Cluckie, 'Ieff Eagen, Brent 'lack- son, Tom Blackford, Ken Young, Bob Riedhart, jay Heare, Mel Zumbrun, Scott Cunningham. 6-RICHARD- SON'S WING, john Richardson CSAJ, Brad Ulick, Terry Cooper, Scott Liechty, Eric Hostetlenjoe Butora, Lee Under- wood, Ken Sistrunk, Ed Irmeger, Craig Martin, Scott Badgerow. 55 Q Q 1-SEINIOR CLASS OFFICERS, Steve Mor- lev lAdv1sorl, Lee Underwood, Angle Bmkl lcv. Deb Burkholder, Greg Sowles. Z- FRESHMFN CLASS OFFICERS, Tony Cassel, Sally Slorterback, Parncra Owens. Enc Hostetler. Duck Baxrer lAdvrsorl, 5'- SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, Rob Wltzrg, Bmn Powers, Melody Blevrns.-lem Warson Not Pncrured. Srerlmg Demond 4Adx-rsorl C UMM ITTEES ll ll 5, - I I I P '67 5 36 Q'-P I.-I 'S gp nrxuex ga: 51 361- 4, ','f?-151 fix ,Zta X PV-Situ 55" "J-r'1iIL,e-5 yr-21, ' .rQ,,L,',vAx . XV., ,iv l mi ly. v 79519 F7 M H fp 'ns . V9 .'v 1' J' - fe -. -If-we KP 2 5, M4 -. -h ,7 ,rrlir U.. 51, . l " Vx rv HCA 'CLI C UMMITTEES 4-WOMEN STUDENT ADVISORSQ Kimm Updegrove, Laura Skees, jules Moser, Cindy Yeagley, Liz Trinkaus,-Ioy Pugsley fAdvisor7. Not picruredzjuli Larnard. 5-DELTA PI SIGMA OFFICERS: Sari Pafford, Joyce Klay, Ted Nickel fAdvisorJ. Not pictured: Laura Miller, Verna Sanekane. 6-MEN STU- DENT ADVISORSQ Bob Yap, Darwin Dunten, Ron Coffey fAdvisorJ Steve Stuart,-Iohn Richardson, Dan Porter, Kevin Schwartz. 5 i 57 J- --15-I 1.: .,1s'sr-.-'.wr' ' 'N ir .i ' - ,. " ' ' '- 334548 - .1 , - Mrs-wk, CAMPUS LEADERS STLIDENT GQVERNMENT MEN STUDENT ADVISORS WOMEN STUDENT ADVISORS President: Ian Yorston Vice Pres: Brad Ijlick Secretary: Kathy Nemeth Treasurer: Paul Wilkinson PR Sec: Marl-1 Burritt At Large: Trudy Holloway Lisa Bennett joe Butora Scott Liechty Advisors: Ron Coffey Marlene Everson STUDENT MISSIONARY FELLOWSHIP President: jim Gehman Secretary: Sherri Harris Treasurer: Ed Irmeger Program Dir: jeff Eagen Publicity Chmn: Steve Snyder Advisor: Stan Nussbaum BAND OFFICERS President: Kevin March Secretary: Donna Rediger Publicity: juli Larnard Librarian: jay Heare Steage Crew Mgr: john Dovel Advisor: Dana Collins OFF-CAMPUS SINGLES President: Shawna Wheeler Vice Pres: Sari Pafford Treasurer: Greg Hubbart Advisor: Sharon Mejeur Darwin Dunten Dan Potter john Richardson Kevin Schwartz Steve Stuart Bob Yap Advisor: Ron Coffey FRESHMEN CLASS President: Tony Cassel Vice Pres: Sally Slotterback Secretary: Patricia Owens Treasurer: Eric Hostetler Advisor: Richard Baxter JUNIOR CLASS President: Peter Koiner Vice Pres: Cosby Poindexter Secretary: jill Richardson Treasurer: Trudy Holloway Advisor: Roger Ringenberg YOUTH CONFERENCE Chairman: Dann Zehr Asst Chmn: Kim Davis Secretary: Donna Rediger Treasurer: Bryan Heindel Advisors: Sonja Strahm Doug Barcalow DELTA PI SIGMA President:joyce Klay Vice Pres: Sari Pafford Secretary: Laura Miller Treasurer: Verna Sanekane Advisor: Ted Nickel juli Larnard julee Moser Laura Skees Liz Trinkaus Kimm Updegrove Cindy Yeagley Advisor: joy Pugsley SOPHOMORE CLASS President: Rob Witzig Vice Pres: Brian Powers Secretary: Melody Blevins Treasurer: jeni Watson Advisor: Sterling Demond SENIOR CLASS President: Greg Sowles Vice Pres: Deb Burkholder Secretary: Angie Binkley Treasurer: Lee Underwood Advisor: Steve Morley VINE OFFICERS Editor: Nancy Ford Asst Editor: Katie Schlorke Treasurer: David Williams Ads Mgr: Sarah Badgerow Advisors: Eunice Conrad Deb Rupp MARRIED STUDENT FELLOWSHIP President: Phil Reynolds Vice Pres: Bob Lenardson Secretary: Marie Atwood Treasurer: jeff Spence Advisor: Steve Morley SJLHOJS 60 Dave Ramon Mark Steve jeff Ed Rob Alan Rich Graham . his sfszseswaii ' Jx 'Y IX , ff' .,l. ,f A -. 'S 1. LJ i I-Kneeling L to R: Steve Stuart, Lyn Schwartz. Alan Eicher, Ed Bnrkey, Graham West,joe Butora, Stuart Zurcher. Ramon Demond, Rach Andrews. Standmg L to R. jeff Caudull. Rob Witzlg, Laron Hodgnn. Rob Yoder. Cleve Lawrence, Dave Bennett, Todd Burke, Mark Bnnkman, Brad lfhck, Coach Denny Wxllxams, 2-Dave throws the ball 1nt0 play, A-Graham keeps just ahead ofthe opposmon. 4- Ed corners the ball. 5-The team warms up before the game. 23 QSBBL? LJ 3' S 7: -- --0 X g ' l In . t ffl-f--2f-ia ' n -H-f6'!"N'a .. .- , 1As1,i 4 V4 4.5 yjklf V62 " ,B 45 rfiwfif' x: W Laron Lyn Rob C leoe Coach Todd Brad Stuart oe Ick WR , mg:- 3' ,w ifxcl X 1 RS., 'Mix ...FV V- ' X I 3' Q av x 6-Todd tries to block his opponent, 7-Steve kicks the ball with determination. 8-Coach Denny looks on, 9-Graham contemplates his next move as the others back him up. 10-joe helps Ramon move the ball clown the field. Dave Ramon Mark Steve jeff Ea' Rob Alan Rich Graham FWBC OPP 5 St. joe College 1 8 Citcleville Bible 2 2 Tri-State University 1 1 Grace Bible College 0 6 Concordia Lutheran 1 2 Grands Rapids Bible 0 3 Bethel College 1 2 Grace College 4 0 Nazareth College 2 8 Grace Bible College 2 5 Kentucky Christian 2 1 Marion College 5 5 Grand Rapids Bible 1 1 Moody Bible Z 5 Grand Rapids Bible O 4Regi0nal Championshipj PWBC OPP NCCAA National Finals 5 Piedmont College 1 O Philadelphia Coll. of Bible 1 0 Baptist Bible College 2 'lv "W" P -' -'1'v3+.f ' 4 1-jeff keeps the ball away from the goal. 2- Stuart maneuvers the ball away from the opposi- tion B-Dawn Kale and Sarah Badgerow keep- ing the stats of the game. 4-Graham surround- ed bi Concordia as Lin and Rich come to help. 5-The team shares Bla church on one of their rrips, 6 --x....f 5 I7 Laron L yn Rob C leve C oacb L' 1, ff 'f - t.w,ger Todd Brad Stuart .I oe The 1985 soccer season was once again filled with excitement. The team completed the season with a record of 12 wins and 6 losses. NCCAA Midwest Regional Championship, and fourth place finish in the NCCAA National Finals. Other highlights of the season included individual accomplishments such as five players being named to the All Midwest Region Team: joe Butora, Steve Stuart, Stuart Zurcher, Graham West, and jeff Caudill. Graham West, who set national scoring records with a career goal of 120 goals and 40 assists was named to the first team All American, as well as goalie,jeff Caudill, who had an outstanding National Tournament. Both of these players were also named to the All Tournament Team in the National Finals. Stuart Zurcher and Steve Stuart were named as a second team All American. We give glory to God for all that has been accomplished. D. Williams 6-Coach Denny being interviewed by TV-33. 7-Graham scores his 100th goal. 8-All right! Way to go, Rambo! Renee Sharon Ton ya FWBC OPP. 0 Wright State-Celina Z 0 Concordia College 2 2 Grace Bible College 0 O GRSBM 2 0 Miami University--Middletown 2 0 Wright State-Celina 2 0 GRSBM 2 0 Grace College-Winona 2 0 Concordia College 2 0 Nazareth College 2 0 Toccoa Falls College 2 0 johnson Bible College Z O Asbury College 2 O Moody Bible 2 1 GRSBM 2 0 Earlham College 3 NCCAA Regional Tournament 0 Cincinnati Bible College 2 0 GRSBM 2 2 Grace Bible College 0 0 GRSBM 2 1-Alera prepares to ser the ball. 2-Tonya delivers a spike. 5-The girls prepare for play, 4-Sarira serves an ace. 5-Coach Rupp encourages the team. ri ' Q 141 O Lisa Sarita Joyce R b s Ml ........- L 1 24 -A lu 1 A all-1 ip -4 . -31. S-4 if .ii s - :-,J- Aleta Debi C ouch Toni 1,... I , .-""T Linda "With a final record of 2-18, it seems difficult to define success. We realized we would be battling the odds when we began due to small numbers, little or no experience, and being a young team. These young ladies willingly worked hard, and sev- eral times were on the verge of what the world would term success when they came so close to defeating the opposition. Our record will never show those close matches, and therefore, "success" will not be in the books. Yet, this year's team was successful. john Wooden says "success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming." We are becomingg that was this year's success!" D. Rupp 6 L to R Coach Rupp Aleta McAhren Tonya Gillum Lisa Bennett Toni ackson Santa Rubrake Sharon Barron Debi Kester, Renee Gerber, Mgr Lin- da Phillips, Mgr Joyce Bell. 7- The team at practice. 8-Coach fel Rupp, Sharon and Lisa closely watch the match. fr fit WQmwfs VOLLEYBALL First Year Awards Second Year Awards Lisa Bennett joyce Bell Sharon Barron Renee Gerber Tonya Gillum Toni jackson Debi Kester Aleta MCAhren Linda Phillips Sarita Rubrake Men's SOCCER Participation Awards Todd Burke Brad Ulick Rob Yoder Cleve Lawrence First Year Awards Alan Eicher Rich Andrews Rob Witzig Laron Hodgin Lyn Schwartz Ed Birkey Second Year Awards Mark Brinkman Dave Bennett Stuart Zurcher jeff Caudill Third Year Awards Steve Stuart joe Butora Ramon DeMond Fourth Year Award Graham West NCCAA All-District Special Awards Most Service Aces-Alera McAhren Positive Mental Attitude-Debi Kester Most Improved Player-Debi Kester Most Valuable Player-Tonya Gillum Honorary Assistant Coach-Bob Yap Special Awards Spirit Award-Brad Ulick Most Improved-Ramon DeMond jeff Caudill Offensive Player-Graham West Defensive Player-joe Butora Steve Stuart MVP-Graham West joe Butora NCCAA Second Team NCCAA First Team Steve Stuart Stuart Zurcher All-American All-American Graham West jeff Caudill Stuart Zurcher Graham West Steve Stuart jeff Caudill National All-Tourney Team Graham West jeff Caudill "'i' Participation Award Natalie Medina First Year Awards Dawn Kale Alera McAhren Loretta Miller Third Year Awards Kelli Armstrong Sarita Rubrake Women's BASKETBALL Special Awards Rebound Leader-Iulee Moser Scoring Leader-Deb Rodriguez FGM Leader-Betty Rychener Second Year Awards FTW: Leader-Betty Rychener Assist Leader-Betty Rychener Jules Moser Most Improved-Alera McAhren Deb R0dfl8Ue2 Most Valuable Player-Betty Rychener Cindy Yeagley Fourth Year Award Special Awards First Team All-Regional Second Team All-Regional Betty Rychener Deb Rodriguez julee Moser All-American Honors Betty RYCl'1CHCf Betty Rychener-lst Team Deb Rodriguez-Hon. Mention Men's FG96 Leader-Tedd Bradford FT96 Leader-jared Gerig Assist Leader-Paul Baker Most Steals-Mel Zumbrun Rebound Leader-Rob Witzig Scoring Leader-Tedd Bradford Most Improved-jim Beard Defensive Player of the year-Mel Zumbrun Most Valuable Player-Tedd Bradford Honorary Captain-Paul Baker BASKETBALL Participation Awards Dan Larson jeff Lawson Don Vardaman First Year Awards jared Gerig jim Gippert Greg Shultz Second Year Awards jim Beard Tedd Bradford Rob Witzig Mel Zumbrun Third Year Awards Paul Baker 1254 iw A -' -fha? wnagrg, rf' . Q, " 52" ff. au-.- 4. ,fra- -.fkQ5f59f"5 ' 1-The football is put into play and the game is begun. 2-Where's the ball? Whos 5 1: 45' V 1 .A - ' Q, s. if W 1' v 2 N v . 4' got it? 3-Dwayne Beggs is a few steps ahead of Kevin Templar. 4-Marr and Mi- f -4 Y y 3 ,Jif- F' L- gf? ffzf-v.J,Q 1, F fr .H ,,. ., " 'A' If af- .f.,. 'if' xv A- , 124. sly, ...fav YV, Qfff, 1 1 1, ,,-41-J., 1 'Lf ..:.1...fI',2-ff"" I . In cah Barcalow join in the fun. l ' Je ,Q M , . . 5 5 , 1 '5 lv. , ' me Z 1, b i,i . ,R , .,?..gl, . V1 Vfffrflwl . f a -' ', f 1 . 'Q' " 1 V ' 'nr ' I V . 1 ., , ' n 'V .1 ' K - .QQ " ' i '- -' - H' - 2. ., -a " 'li "',7'. '-S9 575f?'?Lg-1 ' . -z'i?':f . hi' 'O vpif vfisla "ff .zf C r I I on A A In v4'l? - ' f A -4 The men's volleyball club had a time of fellowship and fun playing volley- ball. The team consisted of staff students and alumni of FWBC. Robert Yap was the coach. l-Ron Coffey takes a break --Bo Yap tives some Caching advice 3' Tc ma and Ron keep the ball in motion -tklbave lcansler waits for the serve 5- Sreve Sruari. Sen Liechry, and Dan Herr watch the game K 1 b ' u A u i A "i.- Zfi ".J' n -4...---' l M IQ, QC! fx ul! WSW fail The women s soccer club met weekly on Thursday evenlngs for a tlme of fellowshxp and fun on an mdoor soccer Held 1n Fort Wayne The team cons1st ed of students staff and former stu dents and fnends of FWBC The soc cer club had a good season 6 Lnz Tnnkaus gnves the ball a good knck 7 Deb Patterson keeps the ball movmg 8 Kxm Davxs and 9 Z,,f- anna Schlatter recewe coachmg advlce from ohn Z Hughes 9-Tern Marlowe concentrates on her next move 10-Lon Wllka bnngs the ball mto play 1 ll W-5 x, 1 i -ul V , 1' K vlcivrxfx-1-,1"x" ""' A 'V 7 1 'sy if do e 1- X ,P Q, jf . , -t ,, ' 4:4 8 V , A 1 . I ,- if-1 .' X . ' ,.: 'Q 1 1 - ' v ' J H ' A l ' J I 1 - I. . I - A ' h . Mel Teda' FWBC OPP. 52 Northland Baptist 66 67 Circleville Bible 60 80 Cincinnati Bible 94 50 Pillsbury Baptist 76 54 Grace Coll of Bible 81 54 Northland Baptist 74 69 Grace Bible College 71 75 Concordia Lutheran 99 66 Lincoln Christian 69 42 Concordia College 81 65 GRSBM 95 60 Circleville Bible 54 63 Kentucky Christian 84 58 Moody Bible 62 67 Great Lakes Bible 84 58 GRSBM 85 67 Grace Bible College 72 72 Great Lakes Bible 62 61 Lincoln Christian 76 71 Moody Bible 107 42 Kentucky Christian 81 45 Cincinnati Bible 99 "You have faced some very difficult situations this year, and I know it has not been easy. However, I truly believe that you have shown a lot of CLASS, no matter what the circumstances were. You have shown DETERMI- NATION, FIGHT, PERSEVER- ANCE through it all. I want you to know how much I respect all of you. I trust that we all have learned some valuable lessons this year, and that we all will be better men, and more CHRISTLIKE as a result of what we have gone through this year. Thanks for all your hard work!!" Coach Morley Dan im Ro Paul Greg S 5 A gt '51 , X. .1 I-jim posts up. 2-Passing the ball off is Tedd. 3-Dan awaiting the pass, 4-jim Gippert anticipates Pauls move inside. 4 im Jff C oacb Greg .,,,,, ' """"""A-j-'---'rr --A - . . ..' ,.,.,, 1.--y--yew r-lem .4-...M-..-...., ,.......... A - gig .ew v. 5 , Q. , 4 .H X v-I ,I gpg, . f, 'Y' 4 ly I x ,JSF O X 5-Rob shoots a free throw. 6-Parents Day, 7-Rob Witzig, Asst. Coach Greg Rahrer, Tedd Bradford, Mgr. Greg Shultz, Mel Zumbrun,-Iim Beardujerry Gerig, Dan Larson, Paul Baker. Not Pictured: Don Vardamanjim Gippergjeff Law- son, Coach Sceve Morley. 8-jim G., Rob,jeff, jim B., and jerry warm up before the game. ty won in the last few seconds, 77 to 1 The older alumni teams played well. 2- Coach Morley played on the winning team. 3 ern Gerig blocks a Shot by alumnus Bob Herman. 4-Coach Morley gives the warsnty some advice on their next play. 5- errx makes the first points for the varsity. .l-. 'ue .W .. Q-, ...4,...,. W , , N V v ,.... Jiqa..-.5-. ...mc . ,. , ., ,rg i .- ,' 1 L -tn l V . l , ' f 3 , T if At a breakfast on Saturday Nov 9, fifty five basketball alumni, their families and this year's team had a great time of fellowship together. There were 2 games played. The older alumni were divided against each other and the younger alumni played against the varsity. The varsi- " ' A Ti Z' H", ,,,,,,,,-,- as if p. . , i Q...- .. . 1, K 5 J 5 2 I 5 !.fr N.. 'Si 3 I rw-2 Q lf? 1. it .ffl , 35,,..,Y 5? is ' . X --f, .H " . 5. '-41 Q' BF., ' .gi 14 ' QTL' ' 6 4- 412 - 3 "s.- ' . A-.- 1:55.- .i'. wn,l v .0 wx. 'x Q5 .. T rf S K, :gy ' ' ,. , lll l if 30' gl' A V f' X0 w' ' M 4-X --. Nr' 1 '1 , 1 L ' .4 .10 fi "I, ,,.'. 1 ' f 1 ' ' 4 gg fs vlil J 1: 1 J1""i:4,.7,,gE'2 ..A.fw K 1 WVAV - Q, X IS 5' ' Y" A i ' ,v.,,.,-A Ziff lifl .fN'w,ff Qtwvs.- L 1 . 1 . ' e --.. 4,A, "it e. iz ., 0 i 15 6-Honorable Mention and All American Honors. Betty and 'f Deb in first row. 7-The Birds 1 take flight. 8-Have a nice V A Q j' ' il 0 ,Z swim, Loretta? 9-Traveling "'i ' 'V in -4 V light? 10-"Let's Go' 11 Nat 35 1 'Ai 'vi 1 alie keeps score. 12 Leaving AQA: 'i " .gf on a jet plane!" Santa Betty 'il M V 'l ,,.. Natalie, Cindy. 13-Loretta and E ' af V 5 Coach say, "It was rough but 1' V, "' "" P .1 4 somebody had to try it 14 P , ji. - ii. The-Jungle Birds-Santa Aleta -il". ,v , . Deb, Betty. 15-Sight seeing at Toccoa Falls are Cindy Betty 16 1 P 'ln Sarita, Natalie. 16- ulee and Kelli entered the slam dunk contest at Toccoa. CA! ,, . I ex. QQ? sip nn, .Q Q52 .,ff-' X .ln.y'p,, F '9' i.b l hu 4 v M "un1forms" for Parents' Day, 5-Deb shoots 'N Cindy julee Sdrim Kelli Deb 530 'Q 4 4. .Q fx ,A I ,.' Z" ?.-v- 1 . hun --Q S 1 'W . 'im ,fbwgf . " ',,.- QQWSS Q9 V551 . 4 1-Berry dribbles down rhe court. 2-Coach ' 1 Rupp gxvxng advice. 3-Sarita is open forthe ' ' pass. 4-The Lady Falcons model the new for rwo whnle Loretta works for rebound posmon. 17 girls ww! M- .4 S -M--J rr?- -5: ky. - Fil' V 44 1-sq I-,ta-J'fS:'LS o ,iw , Q U -7541 ..L S-.J5 if.,"'7'7i., oi'-3-'- Loretta Betty . . 115.44 2 e,w:af?4,fr. F K, ' ua-1+-.,'f"f2i..3' .l Y , 1 .E 6 . .. fi 5... , .JL f-',2,.,..l, . X .uma Dawn Aleta C oaclo . figs . u-nn 3 ' inn xii We 5: 1 ff v ur I nqa lf s 'lfe ,9- 'I 1 V Ji W' I f at H1 1 .4 8 nf - A ' 3- X., Ei? FWBC OPP. 61 Cincinnati Bible 60 84 Grace Bible College 14 66 Concordia College 81 66 Lincoln Christian 43 44 Concordia College 63 85 GRSBM 51 61 Kentucky Christian 60 75 Moody 73 62 Great Lakes Bible 54 51 GRSBM 25 77 Grace Bibble 21 62 Great Lakes Bible 41 55 Lincoln Christian 45 68 Moody 65 57 Kentucky Christian 65 65 Cincinnati Bible 43 Regional Tournament X0 82 Cincinnati Bible 55 57 Kentucky Christian 66 National Tournament 48 Northwest College 59 66 Kentucky Christian 69 49 Baptist Bible 62 59 7 Ae- Z ' L??i"' vIV:i'6vO4' 99'W3 Mo , s n' 0: ' 9 O MW O 0 6-Deb and Betty lead the pack down the floor. 7-The team sitting on the sidelines. 8-Cindy goes up for two. 9-jump, Schooley, jump! 10- Dawn "Dawn" Kale, Cindy "Beagle" Yeagley, -Iulee "Schooley" Moser, Sarita "C-Ta" Ru brake, Loretta "Baretta" Miller, Coach Deb Rupp, Kelli "Nelli" Armstrong, Deb "Bird" Rodriguez, Bet- ty "Buckwheat" Rychener, Aleta "Skeeter" McAhren. Not Pictured: Natalie "Madonna" Medina. -ng 1' 1 rl" lACoach Morley helps an rnyured Rob Wlfllg offthe floor. 2- F-WBC students and lrnends suppurr rhe basketball reams. K- Thls photo kllYGf8l1B!N West appeared rn the Furl Wayne News- SCf1IlDCll0fCLUgFll7Cll'lC achrevemenrs ofGraham and rhe soccer rearn Phum by David Zapurusky 4-Tonya Grllum blocks A xollex S4I'2iVUf1IC hall'-mme emertannrnenr was the Falcon, Alan lpucher. playrng basl-qerhall wrrh faculry chrldrun, Bren: and Ryan Rrngenberg, and Steven Saddlngrnn, 6-,Iulee Moser takes a break 78 SHIJLIAIJLDV 5 c hat do e do asks Darwin. Can l ha e a b te asks Alex Platte of h dad R The BC lam ly sharing together. Labor Day weekend always brings the BC family together. On Saturday evening was Cafe de Backyard, sponsored by Student Government. This brought new students and returning students together for fellowship and special music. On Labor Day, a day off work and classes, the family was united on South Campus for games and the All-School Picnic. Faculty, staff and students were involved in volleyball, softball, soccer and food! The family was able to enjoy being together in a casual environment rather than a stuffy classroom or office. After the sun had set, some of the family gathered for a praise rallyg giving thanks to God for a productive summer and for being at Port Wayne Bible College. u"f X. I fi . I , 5 rm.-gf,': , ' sq Labor Day Q f ..,z 54.7 so .:l.,,r-Q' -ann vs-a.., 'A ug.. 'Q' E Y . '. 1k"'?v i - ag., , l v5"'!f, s 4f7W"'i f steamer What cz Picnic. gm? :':Qh3: If' xxxqcf- 7 rv 7' 'Q Yi S rv-'sv Ill --- x Nh. 5324-ess g"r-2 ' 'VIISEQ 1'r:frf-- :Sill .. 'Aix " ffwgzim gi . Nurizl 4-Bob Yap reflllsjerry Gerigs cup. 5- Volleyball was a big hit. 6-Rich An- drews sharing in song ar one of the weekend events, 81 'Y TV' 7 -' 'T' -7-iff: aT?-5'KY-:g Career ay , , ki' 1 NN Choices. choices, choices, our lives are filled with choices! But on FWBC Career Day preparing to make those choices gets a little easier. Twelve mission agencies were on hand to answer questions and make their literature available. Dr. Garry Col- lins ofTrinitv Evangelical Divinity Seminary and Bob Bland. President of Teen Missions, International, were the special speakers for the day. I-Konni Savlur checks out the overseas possibili- ties with the Missionary Church. Z-Linda Phillips shows interest in Child Evangelism.11-Freeinformr tion' l'll take all the information I can get says Cory Koos 4-Hmmm, World Gospel Mission , . A r .Lg 'hi E15 ri 33 52 Q irq 39 M- 'ei' :::f:,.:1.a:--:.:-2-msrirzi-.-q . 3 1 ri .M-. I H' 77 The Miracle Worker CAST A DOCTOR ......................,.,. ...,... A l Peck KATE KELLER ............... ,......... B arb Scott CAPTAIN KELLER ........ .,.... E ric Vincent HELEN KELLER .....,.. .....,......... L ori Fazio MARTHA ...,..,........... ......... E stelle Redding PERCY .......,........... ....... J ason Redding AUNT EV .....,........... ...... K atie Schlorke JAMES KELLER ......... ........,....... J ay Heare ANAGNOS ......................... David McDeavitt ANNIE SULLIVAN ........... Julianne Larnard VINEY ........................,..........,.. Anna Thoman BLIND GIRLS Betsy Birkey, Laurel Birkey, Jody Ringenberg, Jennifer Saddington HELEN KELLER Cunderstudyj.. Kathlyn Kulp "The Miracle Worker" was indeed a miracle production. Throughout the summer the cast studied lines and characterizations to be pre- pared for the performances which took place during Fall Campus Days on Oct. 24,21 and 26. Students, faculty and parents attended the play which depicted the lives of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan. The miracle worker, An- nie Sullivan, is a young lady who does her best to teach a youngster who has been deemed unteachahle. The "miracle" takes place when Helen, who is blind and deaf, speaks for the first time in six years. Special commendations should go to the di- rector, Sonja Strahm, and to the assistants, Laura Sailor, Jennie Bishop, and Dixie Red- dingg also to the stage crew, Jon Swanson, Bruce Cluckie, Dan Callahan, John Dovel, Sharon Gerig, Dave Spyker, Mike Badgerow, and Tom Blackford. 5-Part of our "miracle working" stage crew. Thanks for your hard work, Jon, Sharon, Tom, and all others! 6- Barb Scott portrays a frustrated mother hoping for a miracle. 7-A touching moment between Annie and He- len. 8-Viney and Percy curiously watch every move. 9- "Well, if you want MY opinion," snorts Aunt Ev. 83 ff 73 The Miracle Worker S 1 L 1 f J ' 1 I l-'l'hanks,"Du-I"ZAWl1.nns1r.llelen' 3-james, vour amrude IS showmg agam. 4-Welcome, Miss Sullnvan! S-Anmc xsn'r sure what Helen wlll do. 6-The bland gurls gxve Annu: a gift for Helen. 6 l ?QZ'YTl"7' ' ?' K' "R?I'1T.."i' "F17L 7'Sf' 1" C31 f" l 7-Annie and Helen battle it out at the dinner table, 8-Helen :ries ro teach the puppy to spell. 9-Helen immitares Annie as big brorherjames watches. 10- The "miracle" moment! Helen says "water" while an excited teacher stares in awe. 11-A family reunited. 85 swam? if 'i::zv:'f:J- I N Q-TTTAT Q Open Dorms at PWBC play an im- portant and necessary part in cam- pus social interaction. Besides forc- ing students to clean their rooms, open dorms allow students to dis- play creativity in their room de- signs. Dorm councils seek ro enter- tain the campus with a variety of ex iin activi ies ran in' rom a ct r g 5 f golf tournament in Schultz to a ec in contes in exin ton. b l h g t L g Schultz and Lexington 'S 9 of Q f ifT3'..r- X ,,1 The Hot Spots I1 ,. , . XA I JT 1. mf 9010 LE I 2222233 1-Dann, Kim and company enjoy Faygo Red Pop with a hot game of euchre. 2-Silence falls across the "stadium" as Matt Barcalow steps up to putt. 3-Even Ronald Reagen enjoys open dorms, 4-"Hey little girl, get off my foot!" says Bryan Heindel. 5-Darwin Dunten dips low for the limbo contest. 6-Gail and Laura cruise the halls at another "hot" open dorm. 7-Melody Blevins can sure move her hips. 8-joe Butora dives with incredible form in the Schultz belly- flopping contest. 9-Pam Avore, judy Moyer, andjeni Watson munch on the delicious food at an open dorm. 10-Tom Schakat wonders where the marshmallows are. i 4- --f:i1':'.a'urx..: is 4 Student Government Presents Student Government strove to bring excitement and to aid in releasing tension to an otherwise overworked student body. Beginning with the Labor Day weekend festivities, Student Govern- ment ushered in the new students and welcomed back the returning ones. Rollerskating, always a favorite, offered students a break from studies by allowing many to stretch seldom used muscles, and others to bring out the extra pillow they had been saving for guests. The addition of Sunday Nite Live brought out of hiding many talented students, providing both worship and entertain- ment for the student body. The Star Wars saga allowed minds to drift from studies and pressure into a world of fantasy and adventure. "Star Wars" led the saga, followed by "The Empire Strikes Back" and then "Return of the jedi" ended Luke Skywalker's adventures and also that of the student body's adventures, at least for a time. "A long, long time ago in a galaxy far away 1 lff lil! a ' i i . , I Qll 1. . liyik I :LM g' W Us .., il! ',' I .. lfi "af ' N i iii!! .G 'VW 'fix y -141 ',, -N1,.AL -1. F all ffl is xx I . 5 :J , ,Y ' 4. .-s L . , l Q A -A I .ky 4 4 . ' I-A ' A-A ' ' ' ,lN.,'xL.L.r it 1 ' P ii l l, if li I 1 . . , sk' li Li fx it L s rf 1 in l L l l X . n L SWL ,gm ff' i p 14" " eflectionsv f 1986 I-I hate it when he . . . I card pleasel. Z-If only someone would ask me to skate. 3-Rich says "Heeelp!!" 4-jeni Watson relaxes at the all-school picnic. 5-Twas the night before finals and all through the dorm, pain and panic awaited the professors scorn. 6-Lori and Mark get first pick of the candy at Cafe de Backyard. 7-Hey kid, do you want to sell some pencils . . . duh, pencils, yea! 8-j.T. throws one ofhis famous curve fast balls. 9- World Class Open Volleyball game on Labor Day. 10- Brian prays for mercy as Barb hides her face in embar- rassment. 11-Brad gets attacked by pigeons again. ,,,,, V, - , ,, s ,,fY-,,., ,. 7-7 ,- . f f 89 STUDE GOVER ME PRESE : :9 , ? N" .., I W 'I , yr! A. 4, K l 'E' I uf I 'V -3 , 'if I I is : i - N-Whi : y 7 E ' -. -1 J- ' X Q X 7 Q- .' 'wr"'l 3 .. . ..o I u - Ri' ills I--Scum .md jell' sung another Don Ho Gospel hu. 2-H1 Mum' Sec what l 'learnt' at college 3-These three lovely hay ladmcs are loulung lm dares lm Frxday mghr 4-Shelly Murphy. ln rare furm,gl1des effortlessly afross the floor. 5-Y iruwe Galloway defends Amernca agamsr a communist ar- - ucl-Q J, S 'ffl X"2215'?iI53 . ' W il-YT-l 7eT-.xf ' yh -'W 'Q E .xx 'I' vi E E E f , if lg F? if Y i if ,1 ' rl , 1 f v 1 f n v 53,45 'Q Q' ,... HK -'R AL Student Missionary ellowsbzjr Student Missionary Fellowship brought to our minds the many needs around the world, through a variety of projects. The Walk for Hidden Peo- ples raised money for the spreading of the gospel. The Plain Grain raised money to feed the hungry who are overseas. The "double Christmas" sent clothing all over the world. SMF re- minded us that even though we may not become overseas missionaries. we have the responsibility to give our sup- port. i-Qu X. p A U i -x. i 7 -THF 'F-T51 , Q f S '1- xv Z . helps meet needs around the world 5? " .. .4 ...W X J 'Cf il, ,ri l Il yi r ll f l rw, lifff fl ier!!! i I Q XI, il ffl yl 751 l C l rl l REAL il ANU WEEP F 1-Joanne Kingsbury, Loretta Miller, and 'Ioyce Bell flash beautiful smiles as they support "Walk for Life". 2-Al Peck shares an encouraging story of how his jacket went to a needy boy. 3-Greg Hubbart and Scot Wilson march on. 4- SMF demonstrated its world vision in the Walk for the Hidden Peoples. 5-A farewell party for Dr. Stan and family shows how the students appreciated his dynamic perspective on missions. 6-One of the plain grain meals, Students sacri- ficed a regular lunch to eat a bowl of grain and water. 7- Summer missionaries going to the four corners of the world. 8-jeff Eagen interviews Cleve Lawrence,jTS Exchange Stu- dent, and Lyn Schwartz, next year's exchange student tojTS, 9-Volunteers on the First Annual Hunger Strike to raise money to stamp out hunger. ' 1 I -1.-f:f': tii1..:.e Lt.-sf :nap 1-Sew-ml couples w.m1ng tv enter thc banquet roum .1lthcH1ltOf1 2- Ycrm sus, 'Take mx pncture' Im not Shx l1kc Mnkc 15 R-'Iudx' Muxct .md Ed Itmegct ptfse for then' banquet pmtute '4ABub Yap IS mn' tent Un tht- Cunxersatmn ur maxbe hts date' YJ xl D , U 'ivy 1. -in , - U 1 -..Y v Banquet 5-Brad Ball and Dr. Harvey Bostrom are deep in discussion. 6-"Hearts0unds" provided the entertainment during the banquet. 7-Laura Skees and Tonya Gillum talk about who the best looking guy is. I wonder who they chose? 95 V V.. 1 . 4 .Y . .F-., .. s - .rf--fg - 4 ,sf-,y-zsfff -'-3 i"'4f Jo-i .JV sv-gg , ',-.,', "',,.f2:1diuz?::1,.' tra- 7...A ' 1 I ibn' 'bi The music department, featur- ing Concert Band, Chorale, Brass Ensemble, Choral Union, and Madrigals, put forth a nos- talgic evening which depicted an Old World Christmas, an American Christmas and most importantly, the First Christmas. The music selections ranged from the very familiar "Christ- mas Bells" to the not-so-familiar and slightly unusual "Good King Kong Looked Out"!?! An- other enjoyable part of this pro- gram was a Christmas recitation done byjon Swanson who took us home for Christmas in the American style. All in all, the evening represented Christ and what Christmas is really about. A C bristmfzs estival ,game W . r N 1 .A I be., Let's go to HAWAII. .ff ..- 4-4 .--. V' -..,..- - -- . Q., f 3- 1 ' ., tg' ...JH x , - "ZZ lflf-:Q I 517' m fl A N . .Av I L 4' 'bn T2 Q 5 , What do pineapples, beautiful girls, smiling faces, exotic foods and the FWBC Sopho- more class have in common? HAWAII! As a fund raiser for the sophomore class, a Hawai- ian Luau was enjoyed by those who attended. Hawaiian music and foods were a part of our fantasy trip to the paradise islands. Even though we could not exactly go to Hawaii, it was fun to bring a small part of Hawaii to FWBC! 1-"Come to Hawaii for at least send us there!" saysjeni, Melo- dy and Lori. 2-"I'm in love!" says Scott Cunningham. 5-Kelly Lewin thinks Hawaiian flowers are great feven paper onesj. 4- jeff and Rachelle enjoy the food. 5-"They sure are friendly around here." says jeni. 6- The cook, Bob Yap, prepares a Hawaiian dish. 97 Saga Presents N.-i 1- v xv 1:1 '+L 4 ---.Nh,,,nn . nfl., S! .-""l llll 1"f,' - I . ,1 1 'Ytl' 4 - K. -rr sf Q -1-F 'i :Eh - -"" Q. - .4 g .-in 5 ,gl ,I 7 s , . . ,C ' ,C.' s ,Sf 1-Melodx Blevins, Dme Reddmg and Esrelle Reddmg are happy servers. 2- , V A We 1 Toms Cullum trlclzed hx 'llm Glpperr and Meludy' "Bugs Hunm' Kmdy '1- Dwarne Beggs and Susan Larson pro- uded lnlloons -I-Parrre Teall lwusllr ITlL1l"llDl1 srmw cones S-The fearless D ,, Q9 rnngmasrer. Ron Castles' N15 e Y. 98 8th Annual Circus f.u'?E5?Z L 4 ,J Yifix my linking. lsr J EEE rw l - l-4 . Q4 -Y' 5 V! pg Q19 ' L fiff 2 Ai N ll hal. !I'1 ff 6-Mel Zumbrun eating his Caramel apple. 7-Bob Yap, Sharon Ayabe, and Verna Sanekane enjoying their corn dogs. 8-Scott Badgerow caught in the pie throwing booth. Looks like he lost. 9-The Mop Brothers, jeff Lawson and Scott Cunningham, sing for the California girls? 99 .Yu 24... T.. Saga Presents Specmls Saga presents specials! This year, Food Service Director. Sandy Benton. planned a great variety of special meals and foods for our dining pleasure. The All-American Hot Dog Bar. Pasta Bar and Omelet Bar. etc., plus everyones favorite Ice Cream Sundae Bar every Saturday night, brought a variety to the normal menu. Special gatherings of the BC family were seen by candlelight at the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, and at the Easter Breakfast Buffet. The German Dinner gave us an awareness of another variety of foods. Thanks for all your hard work Sandy and crew? i...A 1 l-At rhe Cliristmas dinner, Sandy had help serving bread lrom Mil-ze Zawaliri, Kim, Stanley and Angie Riedhart I-Srcxe firalloway enloys his meal 4- Thanksgiving rurl-Ley tarvers were Lee l'nderwood and Marl-1 Stlicidt 1-llr and Mrs l'Nlitkelen1oyrhe Thanl-:sgivin-ig dinner S-Saga Cooks findy Sorde- let, Sam Zawaliris Irene fox. liecki frawfis Food Service lJirc1,tiir Mindy lienrrfn lim Youth Conference N C H O R E D! GREG SPECK is originally from California and is a gra- duate of Bethel College in Min- nesota. His youth ministry spans four years as a camp director, and five years as assistant pastor in Rockford, Illinois. Pre- sently in Rockford, Greg is founder and president of Youth Ministries International. He brought a dynamic approach to the youth whom he loves sin- cerely. s if rg fl 5 3 ,V ' ig .I "" , JV 'r Ji 4,,,--mi, , , ve55j:f..:' '- TI-, ,, w ,, . 1 Youth Conference Q ' - 2 I Qi 5 I U... sk 'Q I i I I1 Be ANCHORED IN CHRIST . . . "Then you will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by every wind of teaching . . , " Eph. 4:14 Battle Stations! Battle Stations! Climb aboard and take your position to be "An- chored in Christ" to fight the rough weather in your life . . . This year, Youth Conference with Greg Speck, taught us how to swab the decks Cclean up our livesj and how to weigh anchor Qget rid of the garbagej. The conferees and sponsors par- ticipated in a weekend filled with mind stretching sermons, fun outdoor activities, food, good fellowship and of course an evening of hilarity with Comicality fCast- awaysj. The FWBC student body shared, along with Greg, their personal witness for jesus Christ with those who attended. 6-Greg Speck speaks from his heart. 7- Greg interacts with some of the conferees during the picnic. 8-Scott sings "Teddy and I just want to sing and dance!" I01 . f1QE'2Tfve-if E? 7 ?3fjL' Zff:g," Youth Igoggerence N C H 0 R E D YC THEME SONG I'm anchored to the rock of my salvation, Standing Hrm while Sa- tan's tempests blow. I'm safe upon the solid rock Ofjesusg I know He will never let me go. Because I'm Anchored Canchoredl. Anchored fanchoredlg Anchored to the rock that will not let me go, Words and music by Andy Pauquette. 1-The sxmbol ofYouth Conference. Anchored rn fhrrst 2fGreg Speck rllustrates a pornt rn hrs tall-Q RWYC Theme Song Group, Dann Zehr, Krm Duv1s,Al Mannrng, Dottie Greenleyjovce Klux, lzrrc Vrncent, Melodx' Blevxns, Tony Cas- sel 4-Frnlax nrght l.1bertvC.1llw1th band mem- bers Mattx Wrrghr, Dan Potter, Ruth Berger, 'led Wrlson 'and Andx Pauquerte 5-Ruth Berger shares from her heart rn song G-Scott Badgerow and Dan Porrer put togerher a fantas- trc comrcalrtx. '-The L' S S Ranger plans rherr nexr cheer. Fl-The mattress race, one of the games of Batrle Statrons 0-judges of Battle Statrons were-lox Pugslex' and Ron Colfer. Em- Cee was-Iobn Rmhardson H '--'----' 111 , 717-1 'li.-a. 3. ri-317i"Y ' In i N CHR I Youth Igogzgerence Iv 5 K 2 ? uid 9... K .4 .,,. x dvi. QM ff '-'- 'H 105 qribrvvff: .1'...en Youth lgogzgerence C H 0 R E D a . ,tl , l l -l l .. 1' '.'fk."i5' , E: 55511 ., I g-:A . 1-Greg Spefl-uells tt luke nt ts 2-A conferee loses hms head over Youth Conference 3-jeff Spence and Phtl Reynolds along wtth other mamed students go hack to the 50's 4-The Prxce ts Genenc' Lon and Ryan are contestants S-And who mtght these chtldren be' Fac- olts and staffmcmbers, Carol Wolff. Roger Rmgenbetg, lzumce Conrad. Altce 'lov Weddlc, and Ron Coffey, 4 l U n KR' TS? 'T' ' i'T'F-1T'!2..'-' Q. i1T'iL'.x f.fif.f'- .ng N CHR I Youth Igogzgerence ' e i e-, fn--S-Q11 eehxr 6-Anchored! 7-The comicaliry cast dramarizes Carman's "Champion," the battle between Christ and Satan. 8-Sharon Gerig, juli Lamard, and Renee Gerber sing about the Bugle Boy from Company B. 9-Conferees participated in the Sunday morning service by singing in the choir, directed by Andy Pauquerre. 105 i'3'6'lQ7F':T4WT.v'ITZiiil:i':!x,'AJ1. --im'-U' -H ' f f 7 7' " 7W'fW':77" ' ' 'T 771 'WTTfi "The Music Man". a musical comedy concerned with the life ofa small Iowa city in 1912. is largely a tenderly altered recollection of things that happened to Mer- edith Willson in Mason City lwhich he calls "River Citynl when he was ten years old. It is the story of a rascally but attractive salesman of musical instruments and band uniforms, shuttling about the Midwest and prevailing on small-town people to outfit school bands on the promise ofteaching its members to play. He cannot read a note and invariably leaves town on a freight train after al collecting his money. and bl breaking a few hearts, ln River City. however, he al collects his moneyg bl falls truly in love with the local librariang Cl becomes exposed, and dl forgiven by townspeople and librarian alike when it becomes ap- parent that the city is a happier one. if poorer. for his presence, ,. M ereditb Wzllson s . G AN lla- l-A train ul' traxeliny salesmen discuss their writl-1 and Pml Harold llill, who doesn t l-.now the territory 2-Amari llis and Marian sat, goodnight to their spe- cial someone R-lxulalie Mackecl-:nic Shinns Waliftali-nee gurls -l-Marian Partnr tells her mtrtlier ul' the man with the suitcase S -Artiarullis gets reatlx to plan her tmssliand piefe fi-The town dlsrmcrs 'I ruuhle with a capital 'l' and that rhumes with P and that stands hrr pool lllf, IKZWWL.,-.. "M 'A'.eZ-3.iEf. .T?l7l'-' 4 3 1 .ff ' 'E THE M SIC MA PX pus.- w I 4 Q. 5 i ' 7 M s ,3 I 5 S+. l 5' gg rf sw an frm? :lil 1 :af XS 1: ' ll. .. '51 ii? oi 4: li lU H319 1, , i 7-Marcellus and Harold discuss the situation. 8-Harold threatens to drop marbles on the floor of the library, while Marian watches wor- riedly. 9-Winthrop hopes the Wells Fargo Wagon will bring him somethin' special. 10- The school board discovers they are an insepara- ble quartet, 11-Ethel Toffeimeier and Alma Hix discuss cheap talk lgossipb with Harold, 12- Harold almost convinces Mayor Shinn to buy an instrument for his son until Mayor Shinn remembers he doesn't have a son. 13-Zaneeta and Gracie Shinn express excitment when the Wagon brought the band instruments. 107 Meredith Willson's 'GQ ' W IX xXa4- -G A 'X J ,xfl I- frm flrumn um' J' IM Nhxpmfpx Nhnflr Wmxm rurlwuix f.mrrt.1 I-1 wt IHr:.f'.', 45.115 4fMc:v.bcrs :rt 'Vac N1 MIM! 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Rv.-I KLM", 4111-xv"f,1sv 'lxlrfrgzv rm .1m1mNw.1' ll.1r4.M1lf1U4 K N. .i P.m..f -Junrf, .1 'vnflvgf rmfrmm U 5 91 Hr. --lLl"g i" 'T21'7'-."T'QT'I.".z7SK3-E'ZZZ'."'IIi .1 - a:1:z:. 3: THE M SIC MA CAST: Traveling Salesmenf River City Harold Hill-jay Heare Marian Paroo-Julianne Larnard Winthrop Paroo-jonathan Klinepeter Mrs. Paroo-Trudy Holloway Marcellus Washburn-Mark Brinkman Mayor Shinn-Kevin March Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn-Beth Cotter Zaneeta Shinn-Kathy Kulp Gracie Shinn-joyce Bell Amaryllis-Melissa Barcalow Ewart Dunlop-Steve Galloway Maud Dunlop--Sharon Gerig Oliver Hix-Dann Zehr Alma Hix-Pamela Avore jacey Squires-Rich Andrews Mrs. Squires-Trish jackson Olin Britt-Mark Pyles Ethel Toffeimier-Cindy Yeagley Tommy Djilas-Alan Eicher Charlie Cowell-Peter Koiner Constable Locke-Ian Yorston Production Staff: Director-jay Platte Assistants to Director-Sharon Gerig juli Larnard Technical Director-Laura Sailor Choreography-Jenni Bishop Shirley Howard Accompanist-Tom Lichtenberger Set Design-Ruth Berger Stage Crew-john Dovel, Mark Shelton, Evelyn Griffen Lighting-Kim Davis Sound-Steve Snyder Townspeople: Kelly Anthony Dottie Greenley Gene Guthrie Jenni Haworth john Klay Susan Kornhaus Riv jane Bishop john Bishop Leslie Mills Mark Pfundstein Terry Michael Mike Needham Diane Ridley Dan Sonnentag Pattie Teall Robert Yoder er City Kids: jason Redding Ryan Platte ,Jenni Saddington ,l Flll Hilll Q f . 5 .5 f 5 5 4 E I Orchestra: Violins-Eric Vincent Scott Schindler Eloise Guy FlutefPiccolo-Linda Warner Clarinet-Dr. james Loomis Reeds-Becky Cate Steve Syler jim Gehman Trumpets-Ron Klopfenstein Pam Barcalow Bill Gerig French Horn-Dana Collins Trombones-jim Ostrognai Steve Rust Percussion-Eric Hancock Keyboard-Tom Lichtenbetger 2 ..-f- if ff! 1 Y 0 li Faculty Staff ecognztzon ,f-X lflir IJu41j.m.4v..4rdwIJr Allccrlm Weddlc fur 15 -,mrs wt wr-.zur -ft IWBT J-Dr Iimm-rn dwdrds flux I.vw1Hcr. Inn., fwllms, Ylmmmf Kzmgshur-. Nrcxc M.mn1n4u .md Ruth Sllxcrs 5 '.t.AY.1'-'-'Jfdx R- fmru l,1tw1Hcr buds Deb Durkcs Y.4rrwcH I--Dr IJLILJVXJWJYJS News lN1urlr:'. and K4-, if,hl.4dcr1M.4uf!rr1 fur JU wars ut xcrumc dr fW'I9f Sfllr 'In PN.1rrcrM.arnl:sf4fh', Hldrlz tur he-r xcrulnc .md mms hrcwcll fvfghurwn Hull max f.1rcwcU fu Ilcfv Perl-.mx llir 1773 'iffff "fi TC, 'JIT f' fn 1-fr Senior Wives Honored S s ..' 1 i N Q fl fu - .'.'.l' -nm.. W ,I 1' u ua 4 , ul4lil4'."Q"'il'il 'mn' 'R 5 X 1 'miriam """"'vf1 'P H, H ms. ,.,1 . 52 K l lm """' Yii 1 - U tum um.-.4 ll - v ll C I nu wr. ,'j'u llwlllll il.. m.'.'.'.' 'r UI! is in in lr U, W mm - .,, NUS I. .Nfl wang f 8 nl' K xuunm ' I an ' 'ummm N e ks r. , , -.tl1l,,lA, Q H 'hytfl ' I.r'..I.,...'.Q'."e' H ,,-f,i,.'.l.',N, . ig-i f- cy, ,, 4 ,. .,., 'v ax 3 iii 1 S , 1 ' 11' -V 1 iii 1195 1 ' r ,x, li B iii ' ' ,Az ...P A- .. 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'Q iiiw-W 7 "Put Hubby Through" Awards: Dee Ball fBradj Karen Bowditch QDarrellj Teresa Carlyle CGaryj Barbara Christen fTomj Marie Dietz CDonnj Diane Hull CRichardH Judith Hylton fRayD Sheri Litwiller CSCottQ Melinda Livengood fTrumanD Sharon Ritter fBillyj Cynthia Sordelet CTerryj Kathy Sowles fGregj Illa Taylor Uohnj Marchelle Taylor CTimj Beth Wilson CTedD Becky Yazel Uamesj 7-Donn Dietz honors his wife, Marie. 8- john Taylor thanks his wife, Illa. 9-Brad Ball says thanks to his wife, Dee. 10-Shazam! was the Comment when Gary Grimes finished playing the prelude. 11-Steve Morley awards the PHT award to Judith Hylton. 12-Tom Christen thanking his wife, Barbara, 13- Truman Livengood thanks his wife, Melinda. 111 x . ..,...w...X. - Lg 4. X .c 4 1-Dr Wes Gang dclxvc-rs the Iianmlaurcdrc ser- rnon -lc11uTh.stW'1IlGc1"hascdonIThf:SSa1un' ram S IJ-Ji J-Donna Rcdxiucr pmudlx marches nn Z-Gary Cdrlxle and Greg inwlcs get readx 3-Sum Sdnrxdlcr. with KdII!', Kulp, plays thc preludc in Crm! ns Thx IdlIllfUlf'ICS3NSUl'1Pl hx Scnmr Ignscmhlc r'nernhers,S1,wrr Sdnndler.'1'cd Vidlsun, 'lem inrdclct, Turn Inhterrberlucr, IJaxeI.msIcr,hnYwrsrun,m11Andx Pauqucrtc AfV.YUrnp,.r.nc-,i Iv, Mdrlcmc Lxcrwn "' ' ' "'5'i"7'1 -iw' Commencement 'ii 1-V w 9 s .1 ,-.Jef -'i ,Qu 6-1986 graduates and faculty en route to Founders. 7-Dr. Robert P. Dugan delivers the Commencement address, "One Nation Under God?" 8-jeff Burger receives the cords ofthe honor "cum laude". 9-Tim Taylor, Scott Schindler, Truman Livengood and Loisjohnson anxiously awaiting the processional. 10-Darin Yoder receives his Associate of Arts degree. 113 :'-7?1wZGr5- -Emsfwg -:- . -I -: vu., -z ra.-. Y -, - 1 ? XL.-4 Y - .. ...Q-. XX P."-N - Atl.. f 3 '1-45'-L. . 5 ' ' Lf-' . - mlb . - X 1 f 1 X, 3.5311 , I , .Af J' '- 4. f X " 5414... -' - ,x,.,L.4 ,"'Nsf 4 -'fr' " "riff,- Commencement Brings 307' 'ffw +P' x S H4 E , JY, 1 v -in no r ici' -.9 -ss. 5' M f Smiles to 70 Graduates -'N fi 1-Christian Counseling graduates pose for a pictureg Greg Sowles, Sarah Badgerow, Gary Carlyle, Lee Underwood, and Tim Taylor. 2-Rev. Biberstein congratulates john Taylor and family. 3-Konni Saylor proudly displays her diploma. 4-1986 graduates walk out of Founders with diplomas in hand and smiles on their faces. 5-Sharon Ayabe, Robert Yap, and Verna Sanekane Celebrate the Hawaiian way! 6- Dave Spence embraced by Dr. Alice joy Weddle for a job well-done. 7-Dr. Robert Dugan congratulates all the gradu- ates. 8-A happy Terry Sordelet congratulated by Marlene Everson and his wife, Cindy. 9-Ted and Beth Wilson return Ted's cap and gown following commencement. 10-A hap- py Linda Peterson. 11-"Wahl I made it!" says Marcia Fry. 115 . -1. -.aut-..a-9-1 .: ',5j1.,,,4,X,, 2' ,fa -ami. M I E- r -N , ' x 1-Sc-mm chapel quarter, Ramon Demond, Russ Irda, Ted Wrlsrm, and Kem Pahl. Z-Sharon Ayabe and Bob Yap "press un" ourmg Sensor rhapel. S-Semor class prcsrdem Greg Suwlcs supervises the Car wash. 4-A Cool car washer Sarah Badpcrww 5-Tum Taylor helps our ar the ur wash 6-Trurmr. Lwenguod works on hrs Rormns 7-Al Pccl-1 8-Scnmrrrxs srrnkcs Berry Ry- Chcrrcr, Ke1IrArrnsrmng and Msn firauhlger after fxmls llfr 3. 412.11 T'I'. ' '- ' ' f LETFMS. 'fI ll'-Q' NEBHQNMVJ In 1980 Dr. Bostrom came to FWBC with a strong sense of vision for the college. A top priority has been the establishing of recognizable academic vitality for the school. This has included achieving re- gional accreditation and a significant up- grading of the curriculum. Gther priorities have been the establishing of fiscal vitality and updating business procedures. This has included eliminating the colleges high interest indebtedness, computerization of the development and business office operations, working to es- tablish a more realistic pay scale for facul- ty and staff, increasing financial aid for students, and the project of constructing a multi-purpose building to house a gymna- sium and facilities for WBCL on the south campus. Yet another priority has been the develop- ing of the college's Governing Board to the point where they now provide leader- ship characterized by vision, commitment, and sacrificial involvement. Dr. Bostrom is optimistic about the fu- ture. "As I see it, Fort Wayne Bible Col- lege is an exciting, dynamic school. I feel confident that God wll abundantly pros- per the next phase in the development of this 'vine of God's own planting.' " I I-Dr, and Mrs. Bostrom stand by the portrait which was unveiled the night of the Alumni Banquet. 2-Dr. B, enjoys commencing' LII 1-rr ?F?.Ti. 'TTYQTTYILM .V-fii'i."'Z?-TY ., .1- rib. S3 Ll HQ' , . ' 52' ' " xiii: 00' Af HPV War.-'ff Dr. Ted Nickel, along with his wife Rose Ann, have served the students at FWBC whole heartedly since coming in 1962. Dr. Nickel has directed the program in Teacher Education and . worked diligently with the Indiana State Department of Pub- 'P lic Instruction to see that the program here has always been accredited. 3-Dave Spence and Mrs. Thelma Weddle supply one of the before-class surprises during Dr. Nickel's last week. 4-Dr. Nickel greets students at a A cake and punch table. Cr-. 5-Ruth Burns in the office where she has served eight deans. 6-Deb Durkes pours punch at a surprise birthday party to honor Ruth. N Q 'A' i - :ix-sr.:-. 3 N 2 ...N ""': . T --A. " s. 'E .f-E1-5:9 --.- ' . A -E' Ni 1 EE I - Im W - - X- h ..,..., T.. -K N .Aim 1 Big ' ' ' 'Si ,xy lR'.,f' ' 7-Evelyne Schmidt at her desk in the Business Office. She has served as head bookkeeper for 29 years. 8-Family and friends surround Evelyne at the retirement party at First Missionary Church all-xl . Saturday afternoon after Commencement exer' 7 --1... X ! H H Cisegh yf , .1 , 11111 , x :.- -:Q-55-3 Y Q W S QQ N N QS my I A 5. -r . N X ,. , . X ,v x X N Q ,Q xx X X SNK X St X X X p C .':5:..,:s: ' 'sig Qxgfjfigp Z ..,. "' ' viC4,xAXH. xx This isn't just a donation. It's an experience. .-ag -1 Vi .s. I 3 X v r ,K ' I I-'frm Premnce gets checked fm anem1a,2-jefffiagen I-seeps .1 -Mme watch un Sharon Barrorfs progress 3- Iirlan Pr-uw-'s has a full pmt and rs sull cunscrous. -4- Dyanrs Rupp Amr look, hut she IS srmlmg. S-Barb Scott ln the hrml step 1 JU '35 Zrf-..a.5i.'n.Z1S .Ti: r "' " ,444 gf ,-, .. :I ,lj-,AZ 4 ' 1 1,-f EX! :LZ '91, 3, . -2142, N, ,,.- - .-1 P' 'lfljfit 1' ' .- w 1-X , . , il ilu? I ,, flw. S ll .six 6 55 , as rx' ' On a weekend in early October, ten members of the biology class explored the area owned by AuSable Institute near Mancelona, Michigan. The Institute is designed to serve the evangelical Christian colleges by offering courses and programs in field ecology, field biology, land resources, water resources and envi- ronmental studies. "In a setting of northern lower Michigan's forests, wetlands, lakes, and wild rivers, students may take Courses which provide academic content, field experience, and practical tools for stewardship of creational resources." Cfrom Institute catalogj Ed Irmeger is the first BC student to take advantage of a grant given for summer study at AuSable. - ' 5 7,1 K .--0 -- . -. - 4- - .. .-- dn., ,,.c-H, ,, - -' f- . X- gi-um :X-Q 'ggqsx --A ., :-Qgqwfjvy, QQ' .,,-if-f-J - Q ,v 5-gc,-.fi fur:-L x -- wzl. " h ':S,9,,,,giSf:-Sis'-ff: F W-,-NI" -V X' 1 -- - ,. ,,f.u:. swp.x,:a-W 4 ,...,A-is ' M..- :3-e - .:fg,-vw' i- rr" YR- ' --,,,1.gQX9-',.-2-3,-Q3,f -:V . . -N :mm f .rr - -' -.Qsvs5:aprXN:v-W 24 ..-b--e-1... ws.:--f'f"r"' , ..----e' 1-"'f..-1155?-' E 'X . ,.w:53f1,t.s- I ,XT "' f---""' - 1 ' -f' .9 ' ,V,.:+, gttcenwrii '.i.--- ,L . 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' M " z . . . , 1' N. . ff.,-1' 4' deep. 9-Five explorers brave the rigors of wind, - "- ' " "'?."":f....-- "TNT", , ,,"'f:,:.'j --A A L , , , , , , , """'f" ' I A ,V " "":A,,f - , sand, ram. 10-Katie,-Ianice, Tami, and Dixie think - 'fxfai ' r: . . 8 5 r mel- ' K they ve found a way to beat the rain! ' N, 'N Q ,lv 0 e ip, fl, , fl, al 1fKrmm Vpdegrove shows dorm Irfe sometrmes brxngs late nrghts. 2-Dave McDeavrtr, Dwayne Beggs. and Ken Srstrunk show dorm hfe brrngs plenty of mrschref 3-Boxes for packrng rs a great part of dorm lrfe -4-Dan Sonnentag re' rnforces the fact that phone usage rs busy rn the dorms 5-john Mabe and Trrsha jackson show open dorm pro- grams are a great part of dorm lrfe 6- Dorms provrde lobs for many, but sometrmes extra work rs necessary as Larry Ebersole found out durrng the Lexnngton frrst floor flood. ?Y?.iE21.7Fm '- Zil... '7 rf- .iffswf M ,fl , .m . any .v.,, ,U Y 1 9:1 5?'aczbzz.riQf Qiyyzggf 54" Y If 3 -ji P. N rs . 1 ' . -,:,.41.A z JZKKZAZW V 0 f .f.:.....ff J . , X Q gb- ' I' g., -,cs f Q .1z:,,,,L, i , r . P ' xo- l3m.LmagWls . .X, 7-Sandy provided a means of commu- nication between herself and the student body. 8-The cafeteria offered many dif- ferent types of foods. 9-Larry Ebersole and janice Duncan think the cafeteria is great for socializing. 10-Toni jackson and joy Pugsley show the cafeteria is a place to have meetings. 11-Myra Usher found a job in the cafeteria. 12-Worlv ing in the cafeteria provided joyce Klay and Tom Olney with different kinds of jobs and outfits. 13-Dixie Redding is a happy Cafeteria worker. 19 .49 Z ? . 9 Bill Davis-FIVBC to .ITS Cleve Lawrence-.ITS to FWBC 1',,, ,151 "1 11 - J . W , ' lag. Q - A ' amid. ill y , I f. 'X "S I M A -lil L Every year, for several years, Fort Wayne Bi- ble College exchanges a student, usually in their junior year, with a student fromjamaica Theological Seminary, These students take classes, study, live and become involved in another culture. This year, Bill Davis went to jamaica in October. Cleve Lawrence came from jamaica in August and has been in- volved in soccer, Chorale, and other activi- ties. We have enjoyed having Cleve, and Bill, as a part ofthe FWBC family. 1 54 2-Hill .intl fleve. 5-Cleve-,jeff and Lyn talk with Hill on the phrint We found our that Bill thinksnlamaica is too HOT, hui ii enjoying his time there. jamaica Theological Seminary Fort Wayne Bible College V .sr -5' ver, Jw' I 'x, N., ,. Appearances: Marc Siler Mark Burritt Alan Eicher Andy Pauquette Falling Fire Al Manning Rodney Penrod Vizion Pat Bc Cathy Black Rich Andrews Tom Blackford Plus Others . . . 4-The Mop Brothers, jeff Lawson and Scorr Cunningham perform. 5-Tom Black- ford shares in song. 6-Marc Siler shares in song. 7-Mark Burrirt performs magic. 8- One of rhe Sunday Nire Live audiences. Sun- day Nire Live has been a producrion of rhe FWBC family and sponsored by Student Government. L ll i s 1? if l Q ,, ,fa r .uni -'U Y, Litas.-w-3-wa-lu. f-.--- J- - It was the best of timesg it was the worst of times. A thousand things brought us grief, awakened us to our true condition and sometimes brought us to our knees. "Obviously a major malfunction," was an understatement made by a NASA public affairs officer as he saw the rocket had exploded. The explosion in February before the eyes of children and the whole world of the shuttle Challenger brought intense national grief and many questions about the future. The grief was present all spring as each piece of the craft and the hu- man remains of six crewmen and of Christa McAuliffe, were brought up from the sea. ju . I Z.-.. A 4 f V , In March we watched as two claimed victory in the Philippine electiong and then as Marcos' fabulous wealth Cand all Imelda's shoesj became apparent, U.S. support vanished and Cory Aquino became president in a "blood- less" revolution. .1 I' ?' ff: ogy In April, after a terrorist bombing in which an American was killed, was traced to Libyian involvement, Ameri- can planes took off from an airport in England and bombed strategic parts of Tripoli, hoping for an uprising in Libya itself to overthrow Col, Khadafy. In May world attention was drawn away from the debate over the U.S. attempt to send a stern message to ter- rorists, when the nuclear reactor in Chernobyl near Kiev overheated and radio active particles were let loose upon the world. Russians themselves seemed to know little about the disas- ter for days. The free world feared a possible meltdown of the reactor and the consequent contamination of the soil and water of the fertile farmlands of the Russian Ukraine. -w-Q. - s 1 ,ma-, .n ,h 415 l , :Si T83 T in . A .s til ys Q r . : '- R -, Nh- ' fp 'f 1 V 'I .Zia s - 'H ,. nr :qkti 11:5 ' ' 1-3 llf l I Deng Xiaoping, octogenarian ruler of China, named "man of the year" by TIME, has modified the application of Communism, bringing modernization at a rapid pace to China. GP Ns .Q The Reagan-Gorbachev summit in Ge- neva in Nov. was a top story for several weeks. There was great hope that Gor- bachev's pleasant face, new style and his pretty wife might indicate a change in policy. But the smile seems made of iron teeth. Reagan continued to promote the so- called "Star Wars" defense plan amidst much controversy over budget. In the spring, the debate over aid for the Nicaraguan Contras raged in Congress and was lost in spite of a very aggres- sive President. The death of film star Rock Hudson brought attention to the threat of AIDS. Some parents began to fear that their children might get AIDS through casual contact and kept their children out of school if a child with AIDS was allowed to attend. The fight of young Ryan White to go to school was won in court. xiii The symbolic Statue of Liberty, the "Mother of exiles," underwent a two- year repair job to be ready for her hun- dredth birthday july 4. s, l Y I Avi. me I The national economy made news of- ten as Congress debated what to do about the huge national debt. Bank- rupt farmers sadly auctioned off their livestock and said goodbye to the fam- ily farm. In the spring oil prices fell drastically and the price of gasoline went well below a dollar a gallon. Bishop Tutu came for a visit on behalf of a South Africa torn by fear and deep racial animosities. Thousands died in natural disasters through out the world: an earthquake in Mexico City killed 4000. In Colom- bia a volcano erupted burying 25,000 in an avalanche of mud and water. In Italy a dam broke killing 200. F,-is Some problems have been constantly in the news: abortion, pornography, and the abduction ofchildreng the con- cern over acid rain and the disposal of chemical wasteg and the constant flow of illegal drugs with a new one called "crack." Lee Iacocca, chairman of Chrysler has made it to the top and others are pay- ing attention to him, except regarding the Statue of Liberty funding. "Out of Africa" based on the life of Isak Dinesen, played by Meryl Streep got the Oscars. The Bears brought glory to Chicago and William "The Refrigerator" Perry brought hope to the overweight. Halley's comet zoomed around but without getting much press except in the scientific community. "Miami Vice" picked up 15 Emmy nominations. And Rambo caught the imagination of the gun toting red- blooded American. The Cosby Show became America's No. 1 TV series :f1iHgk 752' A12 'iw-' -P' 160 f-if ,TJ 1 i.,,..:'AaLsf..r .,. cl.. 7'a',,. Q' ,. 'JBBVV -451 4. slgilu lx -4 -Q 45 Mixed emotions fill my heart at this time. I am relieved that the work, the many hours in the basement of Leightner, the prob- lems, and the deadlines . . . are all behind me. It is finally finished! And yet I am sorry to see it end. Special relationships were formed from the long hours involved. I am grateful for the pleasure of knowing and working with Miss Eunice Conrad, whose dedication inspired me to keep going, and Coach Deb Rupp, whose encouragement and proofing skills were greatly appreciated. A special thank you to Katie Schlorke for putting up with me as editor and as a roommate, and to Ian Yorston for his constant encouragement of "You can do it!" 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