Franklin College - Almanack Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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A batter swings and misses a slow curve. .S 48: . D 1--. ,. . Action in an early-season baseball game when a batter taps out to first. Franklin ,... . 4 Indiana State ll Franklin .... . 0 Indiana State Y S Franklin .... . 0 Ball State .... i.i. l 13 Franklin .... . 8 Rose Poly .,.. . 7 Franklin ., 9 Hanover .....s,i,... ., 5 Franklin .,.. . 7 Rose Poly .... . 1 Franklin .. . 2 Indiana Central .,...... 12 Franklin .... . 0 St. joseph .... . 1 Franklin .. .. 5 Indiana Central V. 8 Franklin .... . 2 Anderson .. , lj Franklin ,. 5 Farlhani ,,......, .. 4 Franklin ,.,. . 3 Anderson ,i . 2 Franklin .. 4 Earlhain .. .A l Franklin .... . 5 Louisville .... . 7 Franklin .. 15 Marian .. 4 Franklin s.,, . l Loilisvillc- ..,, ,i.. l 2 Franklin ,. .. 4 Manchester .. 2 Franklin .... . U Hanover ..,. . 1 Franklin .. .. l Manchester .. 6 The i964 Spring Baseball Team: FRONT ROW: Elmer Britton, Terry Trester, lim Tasker, Andy Zajac, Keaney Sloop, Steve Baker, Ron Wilson, Bill Fickes. SECOND ROW: Larry Williams, Sam Alford, Francis Schill, Dave Powell, Bill Hamilton, Larry Trueblood, Charlie Baker, Chuck Stumpl, Bob White, Mike Maguire. .1 at aw ,..,. .1 W 1 l ' 7-1! .KL L, . . , . . '5 Y. xxx Af' 96 lil , - TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Steve Baker, Larry Trueblood, Kelly Clore, Bob larvis, Steve Maclntyre, Dave Shemwell, Tom Keefer, Marshall Burns, Bill Carr. SECOND ROW: Coach Faught, Tennis team participants are-FRONT ROW, Dan Benitez, Steve Herzer, Mike Yost, lim Newell, Dave Hollingsworth. SECOND ROW: Dr. Cladish, Dr. Park, George Rinker, john T. Gilbert, and Paul Herman. Not pictured is Bill Elletl. TENNIS COURT REGULATIONS I All PERSONS como on riif counts must ,. ' 5,651 .1 ww snooni som: minus snofs .. sup.. 2, rinse nuns: tension on nn cliaizs wma rou Ani me LAST to Luvf A count. i, KK 3,1wo sms on ons noun LIMIT wimi- V- .JL ,f,,fr','11,:J1,,,.7'f even omsns Ana wnmno 1 . 1. T-'Ta 0 PLAY FOR SE 1, or 3 U USED. OTHER WELCOME X gr 5 V lim Vlolverton, Rick Flecker, Nick Lavecchia, Ed Woodrick, Al Smith, john Chiarotti, Mike Roberts, Don Treibic, Manager. The l96-1 golf team included: Noel Marquis, Tom Billings, Steve Wrobleski, Steve DeLong, Paul Hillis and jerry Greenlee. SMN1:BzSN:Sp5vfx- lv.. 'Nix , ' pZ' -1: i - ' xi? ' ,Ylfff f VN ff! J,LrV! X X? Q in, V sxf NX N. xx If T' ,f,!- 1 N T 1" Y N -,T -5- f S - xx .ix . 1,17 ' " ' v' , ii X . . ff ,XJ , . 7,,f UU Class of 1965 The Class of 1965 was a class of firsts . . . first class to enter Franklin College under the complete Liberal Studies Program, first to take Sophomore Coniprehensives . . . one of the largest classes to enter Franklin College. As graduation approached, senior emotions were xnixed . . . elation coupled with a tinge of nostalgia for the four years which exist only in memory. Senior Class officers include: lim Beatty, Treasurerg Becky lacksteit, Secretaryg and Dave Tipton, President. 100 Dan Benitez jim Eskridge Ann Fisher Becky jacksteit Noel Marquis Nancy Ouei Candy Poindexter Randy Riddle uvhois xvho anet Wysong in Sue Selsor American Colleges and Universities twztfti r' ' "" t i I Senior lanies Beatty English - Education Franklin, Indiana Ellen lieeler Pliysical Education - Education Franklin. Indiana Daniel Benitez History Rochester. New York Diana Black Education Clolninbus. Indiana Craig Blair History Parainus, New jersey Robert Brown Physical Education Franklin, Indiana 102 22935 it ' IK vf' if ' Q as X 9 5' . X ws. ,N W ' wwf X Gif XX Linda Allen Behavioral Science Clarks Hill, Indiana Mary Lou Anderson Sociology Franklin, Indiana 'loyce Arthur Education Chili, Indiana Stephen Baker Physical Education Bargersville, Indiana Gordon Bardos Behavioral Science Gary, Indiana Sarah Barnard English - Education Franklin, Indiana x X x R isa-,. ' Q gfgkiiz N .R wxxx Thomas Bryant History Franklin, Indiana Katherine Bultman Elementary Education Indianapolis, Indiana Susan Christianson German Columbus. Indiana -Iolin Clancey History Marion, New York Robert Connor Behavioral Science Franklin, Indiana Delbert Cragen Education Martinsville, Indiana inf 49,1 Www' ,- fix 1'-fe. gg Nl' ,- -ew k"7 .....I' .1 F . NJN T,-'- i Class of 1965 'uligg I N 5571 Vx 435 uv ,IZIIIICS Crews linglisll Marion, Indiana Robert Culbertson Ilistory Cincinnati, Ohio Stephen Dt-Long Pllysital Edutalion lfranklin, Indiana David IIcXVatt'rs Music - Iidutation lfranklin, Indiana Karen Dunlap lillglisll - Iitlutation fiUllIll1lJUS, Indiana Ianles Eskridge -I Iistory Avon, Massatliusetts .1 J WMF' Seniors Bill Uililms Biology fNlic'liig,an City, India Larry Gilles Psychology ll'aldron, Indiana Lois Grady Iiduc-ation Franklin, Indiana Nancy Griggs Iilenlenlary Education Franklin, Indiana .Xniy Hadley lilenienlary Fducation Xlooresville, Indiana George Haloukas Biology Yonkers, New York l 101 Bonnie Farmer Behavioral Science Indianapolis, Indiana Cindy Faulkner Education Ylfestport, Indiana john Faringer Spanish Franklin, Indiana Ann Fisher History Lawrenceburg. Indiana George Flynn Physics Park Ridge, New Jersey Douglas Fraker History Franklin, Indiana Qi SK- Richard Hart Economics Cazenovia. New York Linda Hayes Mathematics - Education Franklin, Indiana Rosalie Henderson Mathematics - Education Dillsboro, Indiana Miriam Hendricks English - Education Franklin, Indiana Tamara H ickson Psychology Lebanon, Indiana George Hoge Mathematics Franklin, Indiana - ,vb fwg . I," 1 I il Q V' ,A ,. xr if QQ:-f ,A if .0 ' Y I s, -35 TAR .K . ' 'f'- ' , , X ' , X V is ,ox E ww, , X X Q s ns-X ,' nur 4 Class of 1965 .fs 'asv ig...- sum Sv, Dick llorn I-It onmnnics KL'IlllIlllkl, Indiana Jerry lflnrley Biology Cutler. Indiana llClJCC'l'll Iac ksu-it English l'l1oenixvillc, l'l'llllSf'1Y2llll-l hlullln' klcllclj' Biology Franklin, Indiana Susan lohnson History I-ondon, Englannl Daniel jones Cheinistry - Iiducation South Bend, Indiana 4 10 5 X: j 9 Q if Seniors Linda l,1lx't-llgfmcmcl lileinelltnry liducntirm Imliunanlmlis, lncliztnu Nllflllllll l.:1ytnu Fleineulstry liducntimi XVestpurt. lncliztnu Meredith l.ee liinlogy lidinburg. Indiana Gary Lewis History - Iidutzttion Russiztville. Iudiztnzt li2ll'lJ1ll'I1 l,itle1'c'1' lilvnlelllstry Iiduczttion Mentphis, Tennessee Gerztlcl Lusk Physics lfmnklin. Indiana 106 Susan Judd Elementary Education Cincinnati, Ohio Stephen Keck History Greenfield, Indiana Gary Kemp History Franklin, Indiana Gerald Knarr l'hil0s0pl1y Indiunztpolis, Indiana Shirley Koepper liducntion Franklin, Indiana Robert Lane Economics Versailles, Indiana Sue Lynch Elementary Education Columbus, Indiana Beverly McClellan French Scottsburg, Indiana Richard McCloskey Biology New York, New York Mike Maguire Physical Education Franklin, Indiana Susan Maguire Elementary Education Franklin, Indiana YVill iam Mahanna Physics Munhall. Pennsylvania KY' ,gk . X 'F' 'vb 4-f- ,yr . IDE ii? Class of 1965 gr' ,,.f ..- 3' 'WN 'fr ' M n l' 1 in l,a1a1ay Nlarlin Cllicniislry l"laL Rock. lncliana Noel Nlarquis xllllllClll1llllh Sioiicliznn, Rlzisssicliiisclls liatliryn Nlillci' Biology - lflllltilllllll Grcciiczisllu. Indiana Nlicliacl Nloncy lichax ioral Si icnic lliininnali, Ohio Alolin Mull llialnlny klllllllfllll. Indiana Patrick Murpliy l'l1il4'mil1llf' .Xiiclc-rwii, Indiana Lb -0--Q, 'lin Yrw-W, Q 1 . ,ju V .12 f ' ,if - ,,.,.. f, . N445 Vhe ' 5 . f f X. A :if N 1 r f 21235 l " I ' . ' f off.. ' , x. , 1.1 4f1.,1l i,bz'.,J ' fi-L' A, A A L T ' Y .P ' 3 - I '5'-1'- 2'f5ff F tg ' Lili! 525 Seniors Mary lane Phillips Psy: llology tloluinbus. Indiana Nong-kol Pisitlaascin litononiics Bangkok. Thailand Can dacoc Poindcxtt-1' Iinglish Odon, Indiana Pal Rudloll' l'iil'lI1L'llIQIl'y liducation Spccclway, Indiana Charles Riddle English Franklin, Indiana Mivliacl Roberts History Hlflfbllllllglflll, Indiana 108 Larry Osinon Philosophy Franklin. Indiana Larry Oswalt History Indianapolis, Indiana Nancy Ouei Languages Oroya, Peru Susan Owens History Franklin, Indiana Ronald Pelfrey History - Education Columbus, Indiana Ronald Peters Biology - Education Columbus, Indiana Richard Ronan Chemistry '4 ,.Q""'- Q . Long Branch. New Jersey Larry Ross we- -V Chemistry YF"-A Franklin, Indiana Netia Royer Elementary Education Indianapolis. Indiana I . RN' ' ,,g Harold Schafstall Etonomics ' . Columbus, Indiana . N, ,--,,,,, Mimi Schultz Elementary Education Franklin, Indiana Robert Schultz History Franklin. Indiana Class of 196 Sue Selsor linglish 3 Hammond, Indiana ww 'llrtldy Shultz ,uf C-t-rntan - l'rt'nth Indianapolis, Indiana lidmund Siwinski Cierinan Stony Point. New York Ut-tn'gt' Small l'1'c-Nlctlic int' I G1't-twtwootl, Indiana Alan Smith K iv I'htsit'al Fdutation A .',, wg-V' X't'rsaillt's, Indiana lcllrt-y Stt'wart fillL'I1llSll'y Klrawliin'dwillt'. Indiana IUU , Seniors Ianncs Thornton Pllilosolmliy l'rox'itlt-mc, Rltodt' Island llzll Tidlcl' litonoinics lililon, Indizlnzx llzlrid Tipton I'swl1ol0gy ii'l'l'liL' llatulc, lndiaunn llonzild 'l'1't'ilJic' linglish - lidutzition l'n'ookl5n, Nvw York I,:n'1'y '1ll'llClJlfJUCl Physical Educznion liloomington, Indinnn Clonrztd X'flSUlllliClll5 llistory l'gttu1so11, Nvw 'lt'l'sc'y llU Yffggwf Q' www- Hlillirnn Stickney English Lynn, Massachusetts Robert Strong Physical Education Tipton, Indiana Marcia Stubbs Illetncntary Education Dover, Massachusetts Connie Tarrant English Ridgewood. New jersey Alrunes Tzlsker French Frztnklin, Indiana John FFIIOIIIIJSOII Philosophy Morgantown, Indiana .Q E56 T-I'-1-KN xN":-rf Bobby Ward Psychology Seymour, Indiana Lora XVolf Chemistry Cincinnati, Ohio james lllolverton Biology Greenwood, Indiana janet XVysong English - Education Fairmount, Indiana Freda Yeager English - Education Edinburg. Indiana Michael Yost Economics Staten Island, New York 'y- 14 By, ffxl Q bln' HQ N f ,Hr NMR f QA. - , JW S if 1 X WI -:WS -1, ' tiff I K I- ff f"aTi,'f I , 'af- ff 115, y I ., 1,4 ,xxxXxxv'V"! i ' at A R9 , 'ini j A ' ' f'?fl,-f'- 1 . 1f.Lj1,L-51,.5,-if-I, X . f is -5 'i fi wud: . 0--. ... , .... een-miie... junior Class officers are: President, Don Harrisg Treasurer, Bill Ellettg Vice-President, Ron Cohen. Class 0 f 1966 junior Alice Cafes types a term paper. Rod Alee Margie Asp Mark Axler Laura Baird Charles Baker Charles Bentz Michael Berkery Gary Bland Ann Blumenthal Richard Bodnar Sylvia Bohall Cheryl Bond , . A X M2 X X le XX Ra f f xv X. N 'N 'K 1 W ' 1 . X 5 "Ryu, K iill xl '27 A Juniors Deborah Brooke Roger Carlson Bruce Chapman john Chapman Phyllis Coffey Ronald Cohen Sheldon Corin Joyce Dowdy Roy Edmonds Richard Iidwards Hiilliam Hlett Charlotte lirickson Judith Fayinger Gayle Foster XVihna Foster Douglas lfuhner QW 1-Q-'ff' , 2--' . 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FQ? if as "BQ: Juniors Robert XVeiss Pamela YVheeler Robert XVhite Hlilliam Xllieclenhaupt Gay lViley Larry XVilliams 'lohn Hloods Stephen Wlroblewski Kenneth Young Patil Zoziarski 116 SX K Jw-0, ,-,A , V .:' ., X., I K 0 fh me 5 f S Q Karen Shepherd Helen Silber Rita Sipe Gloria Skeele Edward Smith Marfia Smith Sharon Smith Roger Stevens Rava Lee Stock Daniel Stratton Stephen Thomas Ellen Thorn V 'Til fir f 2 47' 'f 'its' I Nr -Q. 3 45. 3111 -ig M .av Y W if 1 Sandy Sells, Rita Sipe, and Debby Brooke pursue major English writers. ,.,,v"' ,l , 4 -1-r 'haf' 1 Meredith Price and Steve Lang clean off Meredith's car, snow- covered during a heavy storm. L e..,, Anrir A , . L ,f S -id-.,.--84.4 ' 'X va 'x -- ff -.-an Y! -' fi 4 f , fl taxa Nav- 7 Class of 1967 Sophomore Stevie Pence was an enthusiastic participant in Democratic campaign activities. 118 Sophomore Class officers are: Susie Dunn, Secrefaryg Chuck Sfurnpf, Presidentg Bill Hamilton, Treasurer. Bill Carr spends an evening in the library studying Western Civ. Howard Adams Alan Appleton Akira Awashinia Dennis Bailey Larry Baker Terry Baker Phyllis Beck jean Bisbee Don Bozell Carolyn Brarnan Michael Brunner Marshall Burns lVillia1n Carr Arthur Chapman Robert Chester John Chiarotti Torn Clere Ron Cole Judy Conquest Daniel Darnell Helen Davis -Iiin DeLay XVilliani Dennis Carolyn Dettnier . 'W ' my K 1 M ee 'fi cgwcv , v-is xii' If-. -its' -. , Lge A. 34331: - A mb J iewerswaf' er.l , wwr'emw r'ifr . . Y 9' il' B W ,nl Hs Ei lr gl' 3 l fy gf lg I K , Sophomores Marilyn Douglas Susan Dunn slini Dykhuifen Mickey lfller Gerald lfllis David liinerson Robert Epstein Mary Ann Feiler Ron Fiesberk Richard Fitch Richard lfleclaer lillen I-'oist Lynn Funke Fred fill2lI1LiyCIIl Stephen Gookins Becky Crannis Frank Grogett Donna Hannner lvllllillll Hamilton Donald Harrington lXl2ll'Sl12lll Hennninf son Doug Hendricks Richard Herndon Harold Herr lg FTWX' ' "' Z??TfE .,1E':g'?I, Q , ' - 1 3: I .X ,- . 1 , . if 'L .Q r 19' - cf 1 , ' f y ,, .R :lb .. -1 A . I -. 1 ,, .5 . . ...apr 1 ff f 1- ' ' -1' Q. 'MH-.4 V . , -. , .. - -s,- :Afr cf gafasgzd Y 11 "' ' f cf ff 5 MQ3' 4 f 1 3 v 4 5' 'tt ' Q. l ,Q uv I If 2 - iifll Ka' ' 'W . A, l is 1, W1 ophomores Nlgtry Ann Mulliollztnd Dennis Nzttule Killltll Uvfoole Clintly Parks Snettzi Paul .Xl Pc-11ce S11-vie l'en1'e Nlztrgo l'1-rry Alt-rry Petro .Xnn Phillips Willignn Powell Vlltllly Plillblll l,2ll'l'L'l Rzitlibnn Snsgtn R1-ecl P1-ter Sillllltifll NI1-li111lg1 Snincllin Steve S1'l1:11'l11c'l1 -john 5l'1llll Clltgnlotlt' St'llL'l'S lit-atney Sloop lYa1ll1'1' Sntolxe 131-l1o1'z1l1 Stein Ann Slllll Sllllllftl lvlllllffll "" "" - 1 1 N, ' - ,.,, - :':34q1vf:,5:. v r I L S., V1q- -A lv.. ..' . J 41. in 1 fl' .v"', H5- " 'f '5"" 51 ".' 5' . X, ti 5. L L F . S I X. VA A . ..: WA is r ' rf 111': '1" 1 ,K 3 l 1 .3 Y I X , ,..-- W. . i, 1 ".1, Fa ' gt ,N Q .. Steve Hewitt Gary Horton Bob Houston George Hubert Bob Jarvis Cora Kemper Gustave Kierwa Robert Kitchen RlL'll31'd Kruger Carol Lee lVz111da Letller John Lemley Ray Long I.ee Loomis Alice Lukasli IXIIIIC Mefllelland Marilyn McCord Betty McKinley Steve McNutt Paul Mudinger Herbert Meyers John Milialek Maxine Mills Roger Movk fr3fE:s55.,1g25'45f , " EW 'Q 11 .1 gf, W Ski. ..,- K K 1 Y tg -5515 L A my WAX , .sf E , xt. .N 44... x f tl Q F 1 ti Donna Hfiley Carolyn XVi1tberger Robert XVindhorst Susan XVOIIIIHUIII Karen Zeigler V NX X aww of . nf + ! . - , , . f . - '. X z , '41, -K AX 3 x 1 4.4: W ik, Q .340 , gg 1 b L " 1,1 x 4. , Q if, . 5 .0 X "mx - 4823: ' - Qfif . .-'igfrsf' ' :Lis . v Q ' Qt U: .av . gf- f . ff-Sf 5 2 .. ww ,ig NV S+, x 9 kv N A x 35? g Q Y 2 M 3 4 Y xxx awxq-.3 121 Class of 1968 K x I S ff 1 If di. 'lf r Kathv Beale gets accustomed to Elsey Hall washers. lqty Freshman class officers are: Nancy Gerber, Vice-President, Karen McCray, Secretary, jerry Fox, Treasurer, Rick Hill, President. Freshmen elected Student Council representatives: Connie Mc- Analley, Mary jane Tipton, Sue Hottenroth, Linn Mathis, john Albritten. st fx., 3.4 is 'A X-.f,.f::"" A 2142 , ,., ,W 't"Mafsg if Edward Abclclnour Susan Alberty Jflllll ,-Xlbrittcll Rainer SXSSIIILIII Margaret Bailey Clllcryl Barker lllillll Barker Mzlyscl Barker' William Barnard Kathy Beal ,Indy BCIlj2lIlllll Allen Bickl'nrcl XVCTIIOII Biccll-1'lllall Robert Billicll Micllacl Bliss RClllllll1'Cl Bockstetw Connie Brown Paul Brown Curtis Burns Norma Burns Milhacl Byrd Gabriel Cabrera YX':lltc1' Calin fl2lll1C1'lI1C fl1ll'PCIllt'l' Sharon Carroll Sllllfljll Cllllllllllll Lyllilfl ClCllllt'llIllllf3g John Cleveland 'S If 4 , :A M- -1 1, , , 1:51 N ' ' f Q "fu k xiii" X N S:- X . Xxx 35 3 3? 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GREEN DOOR RESTAURANT BOB RAUFE1SEN'S 66 MERRlCK'S REAL ESTATE DEMAREE'S IGA FOOD MARKET LANAMS SHOES INGLE RAMBLER I DEX A Abdelnour, Edward ..... ......... 8 8 123 Adams, Donald ........ ..........,......- 7 0 Adams, Howard ......... .....,....,........ 7 4, 119 Alherty, Susan ........,.....,................. 813. 123 Allbritten. john ,... 52, 6-1, 13. 123, 12-1 Alloc, Rodney ....,..,,...............A.A............. 113 Allen, Linda ........... ....... ........ 1 0 2 Ammcr, John ,,........ ............... 3 8 Xntlerson, Marilou ..... ..... 5 8, 102 Appleton, Alan .......l ........ 1 19 Arthur. -Ioyce ....... .........,..- 1 02 Asp, Margaret ...,... ...,. 5 3, 113 ,-Xssman, Rainer ..... ....,........ 1 23 .Xwashinia. Aki ......... 69 119 Axler, Mark ....... .....,.,, 1 58, 113 B Bailey, Dennis .....,,..,... .......,. 7 5, 119 Bailey, Pegi ,.,.,.. .................. 7 7, 123 Baird, Laura .......... .............,.,....... 1 i3 113 Baker, Charles ,,,.,.....,..,,. 52, 7-1, 96, 113 Baker, Ellery ,...,....,.Y.,...,.Y 52, 51, 69, 119 Baker. Steve ............ 92, 93, 96, 97, 102 Baker, Terry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 119 Bardos, Cordon ...,.. ,.1...1. , 68, 102 Barker, Cheryl .,.... ,,,1,,,,,,,, 7 7, 123 Barker, Maysel ,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 23 Barker, llohn ..,.,1. ,,,,,,,,, 7 4 123 Barnard. Sally ...,.,..., ,,,,,,,,, 8 0, 102 Barnard, XN'illiam .,... ,,,,,,,,, 7 0 123 132 Beal, Kathryn ..... .......... 1 22, Beatty, James ........ .. .......... 60. 89, Beck, Phyllis ....,,........,..................... 57, Beeler, Ellen .........,.,.......................,...... Benitez, Dan .,.. 52. 58, 72, 97, 102, Benjamin, Judy ..,.....,...,,.,.... 64, 83, Bentz. Chuck ............ 52. 58, 62, 72, Berkery, Mike .....,.....,,...,....... 58, 68, Bickford, Alan .....,.,.... ................ t 39, Biederman, Vernon .,.,,., ..,.....,. 6 9, Billieu, Bob ................. ,...,........ 7 1, Bisbee, jean ....,. ......,........ 6 3, 79, Black, Diana ....... ...............,....,.....,......, Blair. Craig ..... ....,... 5 2, 51, 58, 75, Bland, Gary ....... .,,....................,.......... Bliss, Mike ............r.............,......... 73, Blumenthal, Ann .....,.,.,.,,.,.,... 62, 77, Bockstette, Reinhard ....,....... 691, 69, Bodnar, Richard ......... .,...,,,..,.. 6 8, Bohall, Sylvia .....,..,, ,.......,,,, 8 1, Bond, Cheryl .,,., ,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 76, Bozell, Donald ............ .,....,.. 5 4, 64, Braman, Carolyn ,,......,.....,.r...,,.,,.,, 6-1, Britton, Elmer .....,.,,..,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 88 Brooke, Debby .,,.,.,r 52, 54, 77, 113, Brown, Connie ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 83, Brown, Charles R. .... ...,.,, 8 8, Brown, Paul .....,., ,,,..,,.,,,,,, Brunner. Mike .....,.,. ,...... . Bryant, Tom ...,.,,,...,.,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. Bultman, Katherine ....... ..,.....,,,.. 6 3, Burns. Curtis .....,.,...,.... ..,...... 7 3, 88, Burns, Norma .....,...... .,..,..,.,,,..,,,.,, 123 102 119 102 103 123 113 113 123 123 123 119 102 102 113 123 113 123 113 113 113 119 119 96 117 123 102 123 119 103 103 123 123 Burns, Marshall ........ 19, 53, 54, 97, Byrd, Mike ,..,.................... 64, 73, 88, C Cabrera, Gabriel .....,...... .....,.,............. Carlson, Roger ...................,.... 59, 68, Carpenter, Catherine .,,. 25, 59, 64, 79 Carr, 1'Vil1iam .....,,.....,,,............. 97, 119 Carroll, Sharon .,...,.. 53, 59, 63, 81, Chapman, Art ........,,.,..,.....,...,.,............. Chapman, Bruce ............................ 74, Chapman, john ........ 23. 5-1 62 72, Chatham, Sharon ...,.,.,.,.,,............... 77, Chester, Bob .................... 59, 62, 71, Chiarotti, john .,,........,,... 70, 88, 97, Clancy, Jack ............................,....... 52, Clendenning, Lynda .,,,....,... 63, 81, Clere, Tom ......,................. 52 54 70, Cleveland, John .,... ....,..,.............,.. . ,. Clore, Kelly ..,,.,.. ..,.,..... 7 5 88 Coates, Marcia ..... ...,...,, 6 3, 79, Coffey, Phyllis ..... ............. 7 6, Coffin, Dave ...... ......,..,.....,..... Cohen, Ron ..,..,, ..,,.... 6 8, 112, Cole, Ron ...... ......... 5 8, 70. Colin, VVa1t ...... ......,..............,.....,...... Conner, Bob ,.,....,,.....,....,.,,..,....,.,,..,,...... Conquest. Judy ......,. 20, 52. 53, 62, 78, Constable, Anne ................... ........... . Corlin, Sheldon .,... ..,.. Cox, Bill ...........,.... ..... 119 123 123 113 123 120 123 119 113 113 123 119 119 103 123 119 123 97 123 113 123 113 119 123 103 63, 119 123 113 123 r- Cragen, Delbert ...... , ......... 57 103 Craig, Don ...... ....,..... 1 23 Crews, Jim ,.,.,.... .,........,.. 1 03 Crews, John ........ ................ 1 23 Crull, Dan .............. ......... 7 4, 123 Culbertson, Bob ....... .,,.,.,Y,..,. 1 02 D Darnell, Dan ............. ...A.... 7 1, 119 Davis, Helen ....... ,,.,..,.. 7 9, 119 DeLay, Jim .......,.., ........... 6 9, 119 Delong, Steve ............. .....,.. 7 2. 97, 103 Deniunbrun, Susan ,...,. ..,,..,..... 7 7, 123 Dennis, Bill .....,..... ......., 6 9, 119 DeOld, Biff ..,............ ........ 7 5, 123 Dettmer, Carolyn ,.,.., ......,.. 6 4, 119 Dewaters, Dave ........r. .,..,,,..,...,.. 1 02 Domagalski, Richard ..... ................... 1 23 Douglas, Marilyn ,... ..,...,. 5 3, 64, 119 Dowdy, Joyce .....,.... ....,....... 4 3, 113 Dubes, Joe ............... .....,................... 7 3 Duckworth, Cecelia ................ 59, 83, 123 Dunlap, Karen .,......,.,..........,.....,....,,.... 105 Dunn, Susan .,.. 20, 53, 58, 63, 80, 118 119 Dunn, Terry ............,..,............................ 123 Dykhuizen, Jim ,...,,, ......... 7 0, 88, 119 E Edmonds, Roy .........,..,..........,..,...,..,....,. 113 Edmondson, Janet ............,.,...........,....... 80 Edwards, Rich ,............... '73, 92, 93, 113 Elett, Bill ....,.........,, 54. 72, 97, 112, 113 Eller, Mickey ..........,,..........,......... 70, 119 Ellis, Jerry ..,.,,,...., .,..,...,.,,.,,....., 6 9. 119 Emerson, Dave ...........i.................... 69, 119 Epstein, Bob ,,.....,..,,.....,.,,..,.,.,.......,.,,... 119 Erickson, Charlotte .... 55. 60, 61, 76, 113 Erwin, Pat .,..,...........,,,.,.,,........,.,...,.1,...... 123 Eskridge, Jim ,.,. 44, 52. 54, 58. 68, 101 103 F Farmer, Bonnie ,................... 57, 79, 104 Fastman, Jerry ,........, ,........,.,,.. 6 9, 123 Faulkner, Cindy ...... ............. 7 6 104 Favinger, John ..........,.,,......,,..,,,....,........ 104 Favinger, Judith ........................,........,.. 113 Feiler, Mary Ann ........ 54, 58, 64, 82, 119 Fickes, Bill ,,.,...,..,...,.,,....................,.,...,... 96 Fiesbeck, Ronnie .........................,.,...... 119 Fisher, Ann .....,.............. 55. 80, 101, 104 Fitch, Dick ........, .,,...,,.,.,....,.. 6 4, 119 Flecker, Dick ....... ......,..., 7 3, 88, 119 Fletcher, Linda ...... ..... 6 2, 63, 77, 123 Flynn, George ..., ,.,..........,.,.,.... 1 04 Foist, Dorothy .... ................... 1 19 Force, Susan .... ............... 8 3, 123 Ford, Paul ........ ........ 6 4, 69, 123 Forester. Jim ,... ...i....,...,.,...... 9 2 Foster, Virginia ...i.. ......i.....,.,....... 1 13 Foster, Wilma .... ..,,,..,......,........,.. 1 13 Fox, Gerald .,.,.. .,,,...., 7 4, 123, 124 Fraker, Doug .... ..............,....... 1 04 Francke, David ....... ,........... 7 1, 123 Fulmer, Doug .........,..,......,,...,.,...,. 22, 113 Fulmer, Paige ..........,,.,..,,,,,,,.,,..,,,,.,,,.,,.,, 57 Funke, Lyn .....,.,.... 52, 58, 62. 63, 78, 119 G Gardner, Doug .......,..,.,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Garnett, Steve .......,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 123 Garrett. Connie ............................ 63, 11-1 Gates, Alice .....,.,,,,, 53, 63, 78, 112, 114 Gerber, Nancy ...,..,..,.,..,. 25, 77, 122, 123 Ghanayem, Fred ,..,...,,,,...,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 19 Gibbs, Bill ............... ..,.......,. 5 8, 104 Gibson, Mari ,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 7, 125 Gilbert, John P. ,,,,,, ,,,,,., 2 3, 69, 123 Gilbert, John T. ...... ,,..,,,. 7 4, 97, 123 Gille, Russell .......... ,,,,,,,. 6 2, 7-1, 11-1 Gilles, Larry ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 104 Goins, Larry .,..., ,,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 88 12:5 Gookins, Steve ............. Goulding, Raymond ...... .....,,..,,.. 7 3, Grady, Vicky ..,............... Grannis, Becky ......... Gray, Don .......... Gredy, Lois .,.. Green, Jay ...........,. Greenlee, Jerry ...,.. Gresley, Ann .,..... Grey, Steve ...,.,,... Griggs, Nancy ....... Groggett, Frank ,..... Guttman, Betty .......... 123 74, 123 ........,20, 77, 119 .,,,,58, 72, 114 73, 123 114 88, 123 ...,.,.....,82, 104 19 114 Guy, Bob .,.............,....,,...,.., ..,...... 6 8, H Hathman, John ..,,.,....,. 62, 64, 69, 123 Hacker, Robert ...................................... 123 Hadley, Amy ......... ...,........ 5 2, 82, 104 Hadley, Dean ..,,.,.,,.. ,,,.............,,..,......... 6 8 Haloukas, George ....,....... 58, 68, 84, 104 Hamilton, Elaine ..... ...,........ 2 3. 83, 123 Hamilton, Ray ......,., ,........... 6 0, 75, 114 Hamilton, 1'Villiam ........ 70, 96, 118, 119 Hammer, Donna ....... ...... 2 0, 82, 119 Harden, Maxine .,.,,. ...,...,.,...,.,.,.,.,. 1 14 Harrell, Helen .,.,..,., ,.,,,..,,...,..,,,. 8 1, 123 Harrington, Don .,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, 73, 119, 123 Harris, Don .,........ ,.52, 54, 70, 112, 114 Harris, Jim .... .,..,........,,,.,. 53, 123 Hart, Phil ..,......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 05 Hatch, Rich ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 123 Haughs, Robert ,...., ,.,.,....,,..... 7 1 Hayes, Linda ......,... ,..,.,..., 8 5, 105 Haynes, Naiomi ,,,,,..., ,,.,,,, 7 7, 123 Hazlewood, Mary ...,..... .........,,..,,.. 1 23 Hearin, B. ...,,...,.,,.,.,.,,, ....,,,,,, 7 7, 123 Hemingson, Marshall .,,.. .......,............ 1 19 Hempel, Robert ,........ .....,., 7 2, 88, 114 Henchel, James ..,.....,,.,,,,. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Henderson, Elizabeth .............,...,..,.,..,.. 56 Henderson, Rosalie .......... ...,.,. 5 7, 85, 105 Hendricks, Miriam ,,,,. .,,,.,,,, 5 7, 105 Hendricks, Doug ....................,...,... 71, 119 Hendrickson, Linda ,,.,......,...,...,..,,. 81, 123 Henry, Sue .......,...,........ 63, 76, 114, 117 Hermann, Paul .........,..,......,.,.,.... 97, 123 Herndon, Dick .,.... .........,.. 5 2, 54, 119 Herr, Harold ..... ......,..,.. 8 8, 119 Herzer, Steve .,.................,..,.,,rr.,...,., 74 97 Hewitt, Steve ......................., 74, 120, 124 Hickson, Tammy .... 59, 61, 62, 80, 81, 105 Hill, Rick ,.,....,.,.,,...,.,,.,.,,,,, 74, 122, 123 Hillis, Paul ...........................,.... 74, 97, 114 Himmelbrand, Adrian ,,,..,.,...,,,..,.,.....,... 114 Hobbeheydar, Shahrok .,.. ......... 7 1, 124 Hoge, George ..........,....... ...,...,..... 8 8. 105 Hollingsworth, John ......,..... 73, 97, 124 Hollows, Judi .....,..,....... .,...,....... 8 2, 114 Hood, Vernon ..,.... .,.,..,.....,.......... 1 24 Horn. Dick ........,. ..........,....,... 7 1. 88, 105 Horton, Gary ,.....,,..,.,....,...,.,.,...... 69, 120 Hottenroth, Sue .... 52, 60, 77, 104. 122 Houston, Bob ...,...................,..,..... 69, 120 Hubert, George .,..... ................ 6 9, 120 Hughes, Harriett ..... .....,,. 1 34, 81, 124 Hurley. Jerry ..,........,.... ....,.... 6 2, 71. 105 I lmlay, Mike .... ....,..... ....... 1 2 4 Isley, Larry ...... ..,............,,.,...,.,.........,.,.. 7 4 .1 Jacksteit, Becky .... 52, 54, 60, 80, 100, 101, 106 Jameson, Karen ..... ......... 5 7, '78, 114 Jarvis, Bob ........,..,, ......... 7 0, 97, 120 Jeffrey, Monte ....... ..,...........,,.,.. 1 05 Johns, George ...... ..,....., 6 9, 124 Johnson, Susan ..... ......,.. 5 2. 76, 105 Jones, Dan ...... ,..,...,..........,... 7 2, 105 Jones, Pat ,.., ...,... 5 2. 58, 60, 114 Jones, Russ ..... ....... ........... 1 1 3 Judd, Sue ........................... ...... 7 6, 106 K Kamen, Barry ................... .............. 6 9, 124 Kaplan, Arnie ...,..,,...........1,..,..,...,..... 69, 124 Kastine, Laurel ,...,.,. 53, 57, 64. 83, 114 Katz, David ....... .................................. 1 24 Keck, Steve .... ..,.......,,.......... 7 2. 106 Keefer, Tom ...... .,..,... 5 2, 70, 88, 97 Kemp, Gary ........., ..,...,..,.............. 1 06 Kemper, Cora ........... .... . .. ....... 120 Kenady, Steve ............. ...... .,....... 7 5 Kennedy, Ruth Ann ..,. .,.......,.........., 1 14 Kershaw, Pat ..,..,..,...... ..,...... 6 3, 85, 124 Kierwa, Gus ...... ,....,.., 5 3, 73, 120 Killen, Sally ...... ....,........ 8 1, 124 Kitchen, Bob .,., ............. 6 9, 120 Klein, Rick ..,...,. .....,.. 6 0, 64, 69 Klinck. Dana ...... ............,.... 1 24 Klinger, George .,..,.. ............ 7 3, 88 Knarr, Jerry ......,.... ...,.,,............,. 1 06 Knight, Margaret .,..,, ,,.,,,,, 1 9, 81, 12-1 Koepper, Shirley ..... ,,... 5 7, 85, 106 Koontz, Becky ..,...... . ..,...,...,... 124 Kruger, Dick ....,...,.......,.. ...... . 75, 120 L Lamphier, George ..... ............,..,...,. 1 24 Lane, Bob ,.,.............. ..,..,.......... 7 5, 106 Lang, Steve ,.,...,....... ,..,11, 6 9, 114, 117 Lavecchia, Nick ..,.... .,,............ 7 4 97 Lavengood, Linda ..... ............... 1 06 Lawson, Harold .,.,,., ,.,.,....... . .88 Layton, Norman ........... ........ 5 9, 106 Leavenworth, Nancy ....... ....,.. 6 4, 124 Lee, Carol ...............,..... ............... 1 20 Lee, Meredith ......... ......,.,.,...,.... 1 06 Leffler, 1'Vanda ..... ,...,,,.. 6 3, 83, 120 Legg, Steve ......... ................... 1 24 Lemley, John ..... ...,........... 1 20 Leon, George ..... ............ 1 24 Levine. Herb ,.,... ......,.. 6 9. 124 Lewis, Gary ,,,,,,. ..,,,.,,, 7 5, 106 Lind, John ........ .......... 7 3, 124 Litterer, Barb ...,.,......, ,.,.,...,,..,.,. 5 3, 106 Locker, Marea ............,.,.....,............,...,.. 57 Lolmer, Gisela ........ 25, 53, 64, 83, 121 Long, Ray .........,. ..................,.,..,........ 1 2-1 Loomis, Lee .,.,.. ,...,.,...,..... 79, 120 Lortz. Gary ....... .............. 1 24 Loveall, Mike ,..,., ..,........ 7 5. 88 Lukach, Alice ....,, . .......,...,...... 120 Lusk, Gerald ...... ...,.,... 6 2, 75, 106 Lutz, Paul ....... ....... .,........... 7 3 , 124 Lynch, Sue .,.,. .......,.,.,.,...,.,........, 5 7. 107 M McAnnally, Connie .... 52, 64. 77. 122, 124 McClelland, Anne ................,....,.. 76, 120 McClellan, Beverly ............,,,,............. 107 McCloskey, Dick ,... 52, 53. 56, 57, 107 McCord, Marilyn .....,.....,.,,,.... 63, 74. 120 McCoy, Pam ........ 52. 58, 60, 76. 114 McCray. Karen ,.,..... 25, 60, 81, 122, 12-l McIntyre, Steve ..........., 591, 92, 97, 114 McKinley, Betty ...........,...,............ 63, 120 McKinney. Barbara ........................ 25, 124 McKinney, Scott .....,.. ........ 6 4, 73, 124 McNutt, Steve ......... ........,.... 7 3, 120 McQui11en, Bill ......... ......... 6 9, 124 MacNab. Mary Beth ...,., ....... 6 1, 80 114 Maddock, Michele ..... ....,.... 8 1, 121 Madinger, Patil ...... ......... 7 5, 120 Maefield, 1'Villiana .... ............. 8 124 Maguire, Mike ...., .. ......... 88. 96, 107 Maguire. Susan ..,. ..,...,........... 1 07 Mahanna, Bill ...... .....,........... l 07 Malleson, Phil ...... .....,.... 6 4, 124 Manning, Bob ...... ............. 7 4. 124 Marcus, Dianna ,..,.. ........ 5 4, 80. 124 Markle, Dick ........ .68, 114 133 Markwalter, Bob ....... ,............,.. Marlin, Larry ,...... ..........,,,........ 7 1, Marquis, Noel ..... 22. 52. 58, 75. 84, 101, Marsliall, .11111 .,.. ,.............,. Martin, -11111 .,,,, A,.,........,. 2 5 Martin, John ..... .,.A.A 7 1, 88, Rlilfllll, Karen ,,.,......,.. ,.,.,AA. 1 30, 81, Mathe, Barbara .,,.,,.............,..,,.... 77, Mathis, Linn .,,.,... 23, 52, 59, 122, Matsey, Mary ,,.....,...... ...A....,....,, 7 9, Maurer, Mary Jean .... ..,.,... 6 3, 83, Maxwell, Chuck ....... .......,....,....... Meister, c1y11f11111 .,... ...........,,l,........ Mengelt, Thoinas P. ,..,..., 53, 73, 88, Meyers, Hubert ,..,,,.......... Michell, Bill ,.,.,, ..l.,......., Mihalek, john ..,, ....,,,,. 7 1, Miller, liathy .,,,... ..,.. 5 8, 76, Milliean. '1l0I11 ...,. .,,.... 7 3. Mills, Maxine .... ,,,,.,... 8 2, Mitchell, -1171111 .,.. Mock, Roger ...... Moffatt, Brian ....,. ,1.......74, Money, Mike ..,...... ,........ 7 1, Monteinurro, .-Xrt .,...., Morris, Bob ,.......... ,,,.......... Morse, Alan ..,.i,......,..... ,.i....,.,,, 7 -1. Mosher, 1111111 ,,...,.....,.....,,,,i..,,....,.,,.,.,. . Mulholland, Mary Ann ,...i,,, 62, 80. Mull, -Iohn .,,..,........,...,.,...,.i...., 62, 71, lX11lllSOl1, 1X1arda ,....... ,,..,,,......,,,., 2 3. Murphy, Pat ................. ......,. 6 2. 72, N Nacliimson. .1erry ...... ........ 5 3, Natale, Dennis ........,.. .,..,............... Newell, hlllll ,...,,.. ....... 7 2. 97. Newell, Neal ....,, .. .......,....... .. Nichols, Ron ...... ,......., 7 4. Nikolai, Niki ...,...,,.. .....,..A......-,.-. Nodar, john ....,.,......,... ..... 2 3, 69, O O'Ma1ley, Martty ......... ...... 7 8, Orr, Dorrie ,.,....,.,.. ........ 8 1, Osinon, Larry ,.., ,.....,..... . Oswalt, 1,111'I'y .... ......,...... .......... O"l'oo1e, Karen ............,,.......... Ouei, 1N2lll1'y ,....,..... 52, 6-1. 85. 103. Overinyer, Alanies ,......,,., 60, 69. Owen, Marine .,.. .... ....,,.,.,.......... Owens, Susan ,.........,.,. ......,.,......i ll Parker, Mary Kay .....,.., ,..... 7 6, Parks, Cynthia ..,.... ,, .,.....,. 82, Plllll, Suetta ...,,,.. ..,,,.. 5 9, 63, Pease. Martha ,.., ,.,,...,.. 1 i-1, 81, Peck, Steve ...,,.,... 51, 5-1. 58, 75, Pelaiprat, Gisele ......,,,i..,....., Pellrey, Ronald ..,...,..,,..,i..,...,,,.... 72. Pence, Allen ......,....,.,.,...,.,,,,,.,i.....,, 73, Pence. Stephanie Pertilield, R11tl1 Ann ....5-1, 62, 1111, fl. 118, -1 1-1- Perry, Margo ,.,,,i.. 20, 21, 25, 60, 77, Peters, 18011 .,......,.,.,.i.i.....,.,,,,ii.....,..,,.,,,., Petro, ylerry ,.,.......,..,,,. ......,.,... 7 5, 92, Phillips, .Xnn ....,....., ...,.,,,,i.,,,,,,.. . Phillips, Mary ,lane .,,,. .i..,.....,.,,., 8 0, Pisitkasein, Pete ,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..i,,,,,,,,,.,., . Poindexter, Candace ..,. 52, 5-1, 56, 57, 611, 80, 101. Powell, David ..,i... i,ii,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 9 6, Powell, Sharon ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,4 11Vil1i:1111 Powell, Poyner, Virginia Prei up, Ra11dy ..... Priola. Tfillf' .,..... Prite. Meredith ...... Prosak, Darwin Pugh. Carol ,,,,,.,. 134 262, 118, ,,...57, 2 115. 124 107 97. 107 H88 73 124 124 114 124 124 114 124 ..79 124 120 74 120 107 115 120 124 120 124 107 115 124 117 ..7l 120 107 63 107 115 120 115 -73 115 -77 10.1 115 115 108 108 120 108 124 124 108 115 1211 1211 121 115 10-1 108 120 120 115 120 108 120 120 108 108 58, 108 115 124 120 115 70 120 117 124 124 1 R Raben. Bob ..,,,,,.,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Radloll, Patricia .,.,.,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 08 Rathbun, Darrel ,..... .,.,,,,,, 7 3, 120 Ratlilf, Carol ,.,,.,,.,,1 ,,,.,,,,,.,,, 1 15 Real, Phyllis ..,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 5, 124 Reed, Gus .,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 1 Reed, S11sa11 ,....... ...,..,,. 7 4, 120 Regnault, Phil ..,. ..,.,.,,, 7 4, 124 Reich, Roger ,.,,,....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Rey11o1ds, Myron ,.,,.,1 ,,,,.,,,,,...,.,,,,, 1 24 Rieliardsoii. Mike ..,....,,. 1,..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., 1 15 Riddle, Charles R. ...... ,,.,,. 5 4. 101, 108 Rigdon, Norman .,...,. ,.,...,,.,...,..,... 1 24 R111kCl', George ..,. ,,..,,,,, 9 7 Robbins, Stuart ..,,. .......,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,, 1 15 Roberts, Ira ,.,,.,,. ,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 6 9 Roberts, Mike ...,..,.. ,,,,1.,. 7 1, 88, 97, 108 Robertson, Susan ......... ......,. 5 9, 81, 124 Robinovitz. David ..,.,..1,..........,.,.,.,.. 74, 124 Rodgers, Mary Martha ,.,,,,,..,.. 63, 79, 12-1 Rolli11s, Pl1ilip ..,..,..,...,..., ,,..,............... 1 15 Ronan, Richard ,.,.,... 71, 109 Roscoe, Judith ....... ......,.. 7 8. 115 Rose11er. Robert ....,.. ,...,.,....,...,.,.. 1 24 Ross. Larry ..........,, ,.,.,. 7 1. 88, 109 Ross, Michael ....,......... ......,..1... 7 5, 124 Rowland, Sherrill .,1.. ,,.,.,.....,....1 6 3 79 Royer, Netia ....,....,.... .,,,.... 5 3, 83, 109 Rnggiero, Tliomas ,.,,,. ......,...,,......., 1 24 Russoin, John .,.,..,.... ......... 7 1, 12-1 R11st, Tina ...,,.. ..,...,,.. ...........,... 7 Y 1 S Sacks, Stephen ........, .,....,.. 8 8 Saltnnan. Jay ......... ..,.. 1 15 Sa11bor11, Peter ,.....1.... .,..,.,. 1 20 Sandlin, Melindan ...,.. ............, 1 20 San Filippo. Art ..,... ....,.... 7 5, 12-1 Sartein. Ronald .....,,.,.... ........ 7 4, 124 Stlialstall, Harold ..,,,,..,.,. ....,....,..... 1 15 Sclialstall, Robert ..,..... 5-1 55, 58, 60, 109 S1i112l1'1llLl1, Step11e11 ..,.1.., .,....,,,,.......... 1 20 St l1eibe, Dorothy ,..,.... ...... 1 54. 81, 115 Scherer. jack ....,.., .,..,...,.... , ..1I5 Sthill, Francis .....,... ............,., 1 16 Schultz, Margaret ......., 62, 109 Sihultv, Robert ....,.. ..,,..... 6 2, 109 Sthwartz, Roy ,... ......,.,....,. 6 8 Stott. Dennis ...,,, ......,...1 1 15 Seath, slohn .,...,.,,...,..1,,,..1.....,,........... 71, 120 Sellers. Charlotte ,.,.....,,,,,,1..... 59, 60, 120 Sells, Sandra ..., 52. 51. 61. 76, 115, 117 Selsor, Susan ..,, 23, 5-1, 55, 56, 61, 80, 81, 101, 109 Shank, Tiinothy .,,..........., 75, 115 Sheinwell, Dave ,.,..., ...... 7 4, 979, 115 Shepard, Karen ........ ,.............. 7 8. 116 Shultz, Trudy .,., 54. 55, 56, 57. 64. 80. 101, 109 Silber, Helen ,.,......... 53, 55. 60, 85, 116 Sinnns, Gregg ,.,,.1 1.,......,..,.,,,.,..,,.. 5 3, 126 Simpson, Patricia ....,,1 .,.......,.,.............. 1 25 Si111pso11, 1157111121111 ..,...,,,,,..,..,.,......... 71, 125 Sipe, Rita .....,,....,.1.,,......, 53, 76. 116, 117 Siwinski, Ednnind .,.,1 .............,...,. 7 1, 109 Skeele, Gloria ......,, ...,................... 1 16 Skolnik, .-Xlan ....1,.. ,,,,,,,,.1.1......,..,....1.,,. 1 39 Skrod. 557111111111 ...,........,...,.,...................., 125 Sloop, Keaney .,... .... 5 el. 75, 92. 96, 120 Sniall, George ..,.... ....,..,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,, 7 5, 109 Sniith, Alan ..... ,............., 9 7, 109 Sinith, lid ....,..,. ...... ..,.,. 7 2 , 88, 116 S111it11, Lloyd .... .,11.,....,..,,,,,,,,.,..,.,, 6 9, 125 S111it11, Marcia ........ 57, 58, 63. 78. 116 Smith, Sharon .......,,....,,,1.,,... .,,,,,.,., 6 3, 116 Smoke. 1'Valter .........,.,. .,....,., 5 3, 120 Solonion, Steven ,.,.,. .,,,,,.,,.,, 6 9, 125 Soltis. Linda ......,,1,, ,,,,,,,, 6 3. 77, 125 Spensley, Robert ,.,,1, ,,.,,.,,, 6 9, 125 Spiker, john 1.,., Spoiner, john .... 125 1- Stastica, Vivian ..,.,... ,,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 25 Stein, Deborah ...... .........,,.,,,, 1 20 Steiniger. Edie ,.., .,....,.. 7 7, 125 Stewart, jeffrey .,.. .,....,.......,..., 1 09 Stickney, Vfilliam ..... ,....... 6 0, 68, 110 Stock. Raya Lee ....... ........,..,1,.1... 1 16 Stout, Robert .,,..1,.. ..,....,11. 7 3, 88 Stratton. Dan ..... .........., 7 4, 116 Strong, Robert ...,,1..,,..........,.,, 71, 88, 110 Stubbs, Marcia .......,,...,.........,, 57. 79, 110 Stun1, Susan ..,...,.....................,,..,.., 83, 125 Stunipf, Charles ..., 5-1, 58. 70, 88, 96, 118 Snhl, Anne .............,...,............................ 120 T '11llI'I'ZlI1I, Constance ....,. ......,............. 1 20 Tasker, James ..,.......... ...... 5 4. 96, 120 Y1l110111ZlS. Stephen .,...,. .. .......1........ 116 r1ll1011llJSOI1, John ...., ....,............,... .110 r11110l11lJSOI1. Leslie .........,. .......,..........,... 1 25 Thorn, Ellen ......,.., ....... 5 3, 61, 80, 116 '1'hornton, James ........... 6-1, 68, 110 Tidler, Hal .....,.,.,,. ..................... .110 Tipton. Dave ,......,................ 75, 100. 110 Tipton, Mary Jane ,,...... 52. 77, 122, 125 Toiiiascliewsky, M icliaela ............ 82, 125 Treibic, Donald ..,..........,...... 69. 97, 110 'I'1'ester, Terry ,.....,,,.,..,.............,.. .......,... 9 6 Troll, Paul ........,......,.............................. 125 Trueblood, Larry ,....... 58, 71, 96, 97, 110 Triieinpy, Clifford ..................,..... 71, 125 V Vance. Steve ...,..........,,... ...... 7 1. 88, 125 V.lIlC2SC101, Dale ............ ,..... .....1..... 5 3 Vastoncelos, Conrad ..... ........ 6 8, 110 Vieari, Laurel .......,...... .....,.. 8 0. 125 YV 1Val1endjack. Douglas ..... .................... 1 25 XVa1ters, 41ohn .......,...... .,..... 7 3, 88, 125 1'Vard, Bobby ...,,...,.,.,. ............. 7 6, 111 Warder, Cheryl ....... ................ 1 25 Xlfardlow, Bonita ...,,. .,..1. 7 9, 125 1'Veaver, John K. ............,... 125 X'Veiss, Robert .... ..,..... 1 18, 116 xfVClCl1. Neal ....,... ......,.. 7 5, 125 11V11alen, Sandy ....... ................ 1 20 1Vhee1er, P21111 ,....,. ,.........,..... 7 7, 116 White, Robert ,.........,.. ....... 7 96. 116 1Viand, Dale ,.....,,,,.........., .................... 1 25 1Viedenhaupt, 517111111111 ..,.... .......... 6 -1, 116 X'Vi1ey. Donna ...,.,..............................,,.. 121 Nviley, Gay ..........,...,................. 61, 76, 116 VV11l121l11S, Larry ............ 58 70, 88, 96. 116 5'V1l111ll11S, Sandra .......,.......,..........,. 85. 125 Xllilliains, 151111111111 ..,..................... 71. 125 1Viltburger, Carolyn ,... 53, 57, 64. 85, 121 1V1nans, 157111111111 ....,..,.................,.. 73. 125 1Vindhorst. Bob ..... ,,..... 7 4. 92. 93. 121 XVO11lI11ll1.11, Susan ,.,.........,........,1..... 79. 121 1Vol1, Lora ..,,,..,...,,. 253, 541. 59, 61, 111 XVo1verton, Iaines ..,...........,.,... 75, 97. 111 11Voodriek, Ed ......,., ..........,... 86. 95 Xvoods. John ....,....,..........,....,...........,..,. 116 XVrob1ewski, Steve ................ 75, 91, 116 Wysong. janet .... 52. 54, 56, 57, 60, 80, 101, 111 Y Yeager, Freda ,.,........ ....... 5 5, 57, 111 Yost, lX1ikC ,....... ........ 6 8, 97, 111 Young, Ken ,...,... ......,..... 7 2. 116 Young. Mfarren ,.... ........ ....,,,.. 7 1 , 125 Z Zabaronick, Robert ..... ......,, 7 1. 88, 125 Zdiarski, Paul .....,...... ............ 7 5, 116 Zeigler, Karen .... .......,. 7 6, 121 .!!. 1- JC. I. -1. .H Lh I' wil .. il- lkhr '!':M7 Hifi , y -1 mink- r U 'Iu-Q 1 - f V5 1- f i'-1377 2 5 I W , -.I I 'F ' -9-' , 1' "F-' 7-Q - xl., 'J'-u ,- ' ' . - - t N ,Iv uf . L " 0 3 i- Organiza tions 'lihc nine cznnpns social organizations pi'ox'idc ll i1Cc'cssz1i'y and useful function as P2111 ol' the unilliccl whole which is Frzmk- lin College. Tlnsough ol'l'c'ring their niein- bcrs opportunities to grow socially, aca- dcinicnlly. and pcrsonally. thCsC groups promote cxpicssion ol' sell, provide lender- ship opportunities, and ollei' high ideals which may gniclc thc student as hc sezlirlies lor his pcrsolinl goals in fl highly coin- plcx society. xl! h'f'3x!m 1,,'.' 1 . I 1 .., 1. M. ks . H ' - :I I ' 'U nf m . I J "U fr . . . 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All courses, clubs, organizations and athletic programs are directed toward developing those who desire ll liberal education, who want a complete learning experience which integrates many aspects, Franklin College, the central body. exists ZIUKYIIISK' it is a unified. cohesive whole which reluses to fragment itself and to neglect any area which should be in- cluded in a total learning experience. '69 J - : U - 2 q , 3 . ' 1 Ill . i ,lm il 'ix 5, 'fx 1:25 . Ll' 5?- F, uw -4 W 1 u Irvs- L vu - ' r-., 1 , .. V , P-W7s""" WZ" .:.f - E?" 'i"'7W7""fA' " ' V I K , , , A f-1. 7.5, 1 A at a vf' A 1 s x Q - . ,. iiglf ' if his s K K s f ' v - 4 -+ I- 4!w5f' w I rl .nu fl .I l'x'l z A. New -,v r 4. -, .,- ., n e ,L r . ,Y ,auch 4 . 1 .645 A-,Q , .,f ,. f , ., i 3, YT., if Nix V' Z' 1 a j , iz I Q an 2 9 W .1 1, . ,V 21 'K' , I A ' .Arg Q S At., Q I. A ' , 1 .gr , , 4 Y Q bflvlfln 'lv"fQwmQ"+ , U " 3 .J 'bi'fn ' ' lv 1' 11,8 A qw", 'z ,F W? .M if 45 'J A 4 9 0 I ',n 1 I , H ,A fd' X 0 at 1 . 'W 1' I 'N W ' 1 if ,Q "Qu n l W Q Y g., . 1. ,W rd I4 Q 4' n Q 1.,fx,gi gif 13,4 aa A Zi, 1 ,si rg, 'l .Xa , Q. 4 -'m:::., fm -. - YV! V Q' gvdg. vw., 'N- 'Wi if .. 1 'CQ r fb. . -fr! t 3 ,. :ff- -1' s Y '. s . . I 'A ..., X 1 Q28 at lip .-.., QA., . -1 sf -cg i E , 1 ,Q ' :wfi1,.f12f 'c - 1- 14:31, "K 1 .- :- ' ' K : Q 53+ M " b , - wx ,Q ms, . Q Q.. . K. W- 4-,-ss. .mia . V, M. Q ,N . M. 'vgx xr : . ,www Q1 J E Tig., X . -J ' V519 V, ,. ,. 5 ACTIVI 9 COLD 50 X NF, elk f" ,, M Zn k XQ T 18 254 A 1 Fall brings Classes, Rush and ootball The opening weeks ol school are liectif, inclc-ed. Rnsli XYL-ck, RCglSll'2llltlIl. classes, :ind Convouxtions -ull fill the sLnclcnt's time. lint one may always lincl an horns lor ll date. :in evening in the Key. Il lootlmll gznne. Class zissignincnis begin, and the l,iln'zn'y lM'ttlll1t'S the most popnlgns spot on unnpns ns the stuclcnls settle clown lor llllCllSlX'C study. Registration means standing in line, waiting, filling out endless forms as staff members check to be sure all is in oder before classes officially begin. The convocation may be interesting, but these students would rather be outside enjoying the balmy fall weather. lS Rush Week's Climax is the introduction of new sorority pledges to the campus and community, These girls accept congratulations at the reception held in Cline Hall. A picnic for freshmen and their families introduces parents and students to professors and staff members. ram r .Jw Sri .flvs ' v I " fl' , 44, J , , 'Spf' - 'bf . Aman!!! -il fill J". :IS l r.- The new B. F. Hamilton Memorial Library rapidly becomes a popular place for study. Everyone turns out for an exciting Grizzly football game. if Marshall Burns and Margaret Knight ei joy their ride on a tandem. l i i l i l i . i 1 l Dr. Landrum Bolling, president of Earlham College, opens the Convocation Series with an interesting discussion of man'5 prob- lems as related to the revolutions existing today. lf! Victory Sparks 664 Homecoming A 26-0 x'icln1sy mm' the 1XllClCl'SUl1 College Ravens sparked the lllli-l H47II16t'1lIlllllf3,' zwtivities ol' l"1'g111kli11 College. F1'a1lc1'11ities and si11'u1'ities lCIllllCtl up to build elz1l1i11'z1te llozus: plans were 111z1cle for the 1111- lllllll HlIIIlCi'tlIlllllg Dz111ce, lin' the lresl1111e11-sr1pl1o- Illtllt' tllg-ul'-wz11', the ljfllllhllil' :md lfblfllllglll p.11'ucle. C:1111pus llll'll clevtecl Nlairgu Perry, liC1J1iCSl'I1IlIlg Delta Delta Delta. as ltllisl llUIllCL'UIlllllg Queen: she 1'ec'ei1'ecl llCl' c'1'i11v11 :it the llllll--lllllk' Pl'0g1'lllH from ilxlllllllll l'1'esiclc11t Clltllll llilfllllltfly. i, . -" fl , -' ef f ? . , l, 4. cell' 4 -..-fm k..Z?'fiff'.' " ' ' , .' qw - ' 2 4 - 'qnesif 'S - -.g ' 'v ' ' " f' gag. e.ssQep.w-I' i-?2a..,f2?'ai'. "'- W .fare .-' , ., -., 44.. '1 ,l?5fSr2q. ,, 11112 '52' ff, "J1'1f3,s,1'g. ,f swf' wif? 2 vi A W..- A Z by Z: . . Amused spectators look on as participants in the Freshman- Sophomore Tug-of-War avoid taking a cold plunge into Hurricane Creek. ,Ex ..I..i-me pi Y .:....-fr - '.-.fa Homecoming Queen Margo Perry and her court intently watch the Franklin-Anderson homecoming game. The court includes: Carolyn Wiltberger, Franklin Independent Womeng Becky Grannis, Unaffiliated Womeng Iudv Conquest, Delta Zetag Donna Hammer, Zeta Tau Alphag and Susan Dunn, Pi Beta Phi. Queen Margo is a member of Delta Delta Delta. The Franklin Conservative Club cheers, not only for the Franklin Grizzlies, but for its presidential candidate, Barry Coldwater. Governor Roger Branigin waves a cherry greeting to inter- ested townspeople and visiting Alumni at the homecoming parade. .A-vs' Q1 A l , A 1 'il U ,2- K .ii 1, , t. Queen Margo Perry smiles prettily for the camera shortly after receiving her crown from Tom Hathaway, president of the Alumni Association. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Delta Delta Delta worked together to construct their winning tloat "Shavin' the Raven," predicting a Franklin victory over Anderson College. Work on floats may begin weeks before Homecoming, there are always last-minute preparations for the parade. These students take a break from float building. C Margo, i964 Homecoming Queen, is a sophomore from Franklin, and a member of Delta Delta Delta. Congratulations are in order for Delta Delta Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon after their float is named the winning entry. 21 - s - .. ' , , 1 ,ubi::A:.gz1"' ' . ' ' V -, . .1 .. 1 ll Noel Marquis and Doug Fulmer watch as Peter Nero, guest of Part of the Convocation Series, john Williams, internationally Student Council Activity Series, practices before his concert, known guitarist, entertained students and townspeople. Culture Comes to ampus Izler Solomon directs the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra before an enthusiastic and appreciative audience. . i",lwi , Of? -- The cast of "Harvey," assembles on stage for instructions from director Mary MacNiven: Richard Hatch, Elaine Hamilton, Sue Selsor, Marda Munson, john Nodar, john Gilbert, Linn Mathis, and john Chapman. gg 99 Franklin Theatre Presents Harvey Dr. Sanderson ljohn Nodarl quarrels furiously with his nurse iLinn Mathisl. Elwood P. Dowd lRichard Hatchl chats on the telephone after a visit with Harvey, the imaginary rabbit who provides a comic element in the comedy by Mary Chase Veta Louise Simmons lSue Selsorl pins on her daughter's fElaine Hamiltonl corsage in preparation for a party to introduce Myrtle Mae to society. 3 liz: bun Q .. X, , M ls r Q ,Ji , . - ,,,,, . anti' .. A-f -'P' A -J- qra Itfs Christmas. C1l11'is1111as at If1'a11kli11 College is reflected 111 11121115 ways-tl1e hila1'ir:11s parties. ca1'olli11g, the 3111111211 p1'ese111atio11 oi' IeIz111del's "Messiah," the Cl11oist111as Co11x'o1'atio11, and i11 the parties i1':1te1'11ities and so1'o1'ities SIJOIISUI' lm' c'hild1'e11. The c'a111p11s takes 011 2111 aura of L'Xl'lICll1Cllf. feslivity, and good-will . . . even the huu1'lies and papers seem easier as the two-week Yiltfilllfjll loo111s ahead. L -5- .411-" Cheryl Bond entertained four lively youngsters at the Lambda Chi Alpha Christmas party. Members of Delta Zeta and Kappa Delta Rho sponsored a Christmas party for local children. The food and gifts provided a good time for all. 24 X in 1965 Kee-Ko-Nut Queen and her Court included: Kathy Carpenter, Delta Zetag Qisela Lohner, Zeta Alphag Queen Nancy Gerber, Delta Delta Deltag Karen McCray, U ffiliated womeng and Sandy Williams, FIW. Pu B ta Phug Barb McKinney, sw lll 'www wt tl. ,s l v Nl' 'NM' s nu rvwwwtxg Mx 5 tw! y llllg 'Ml l lf Q Szzllllwk 5ll?lsl33""'l-- . effsaaii -QN'W5fo5 lssssssl QMM Nancy Gerber beams for th by Margo Perry, 196-l Kee-K Queen N y d with her 'B ra sho tly ft b g d -Nut Qu escort, In M t vu - ' r-., 1 , .. V , P-W7s""" WZ" .:.f - E?" 'i"'7W7""fA' " ' V I K , , , A f-1. 7.5, 1 A at a vf' A 1 s x Q - . ,. iiglf ' if his s K K s f ' v - 4 -+ I- 4!w5f' w I rl .nu fl .I l'x'l z A. New -,v r Library Dedicated in Ma Dedicated the weekend of May 14th and 15th, as part of the inauguration of Xllesley Haines as President of Franklin College, B. F. Hamilton Meni- orial Library was formally opened for use, although the building had been used all year as a place for study and research. Featuring a lecture auditoriuin, a special collec- tions room to house the David Deinaree lianta Col- lection of books on Indiana history, study lounges and typing rooms, the library is one of the most expansive, useful and beautiful libraries in the state of Indiana. U 3 lg q lil., 2 if .- Students rapidly discovered that the library was designed to be used. and It rapidly became the most popular study-spot on campus. 26 . 5 ,T , ft .."'f-:ff ,.-'9' 5 U s I S35 The entrance way to B. F. Hamilton Library is set off by the modern architecture of the building itself. Examining the lecture hall were Emery Thomas, Superintendent of Physical Plant, and Robert Coward, Chief Librarian. A7137 ' - ' -' Pu X ,fi , ,QF I N ,I H -...L,,w-,, Th YM- hi A. 'esnfaigk " i-L. A silver-freeze sets off the austere beauty of B. F. Hamilton Library. L l l i I 3 i l The most valuable book in the Franklin College Library is a copy of Benjamin Franklin's ALMANACK. sn., Q gain. 1 J.-L f 4 1 l ., B . " " 5 - f 3 l: llWE' 5 f14 'l 3 ' 1 la B s TT i . fn ff " .l 1 - 1 li fl - fir: 1 ,sl e-- ,QQ XY 5 N -ll "iff '-A lla! 4 ' fi 1 il I Elf. Q ,-, B . .A , L I ' Another project to expand the college included a renovation of the Main Building. 27 May Sing is a Spring A spring social highlight is the lfranlglin College May-Sing activities. F1'ZlICl'IlllfiCS and so1'rn'ities spon- sm' picnics and parents' days: lio1in1'z11'y 0l'g'llllilZlIiOllS recognize new inenihers. .X snngelest is held. and A queen c'rmx'necl. 'Iihe vote of cznnpus inen chose Beverly Fxley. l'l'I'Jl'CSCI'lllllg' Pi lleta Phi to reign over the IWS4 May Sing zictivilies. Ron Wilscn escorts May Queen Bev Exley as they leave the gymnasium. i 'ff-fm, 2 S .,....... ,. .,. ,.-, - I 1 J Y 3, "tix 1 wh 1 v 1 , 'nr Lua q wget' lv X , l J II 'P xiii i ,V AQZWE f ' , n, , afghan- . D x D 1 . Beta Phig Pat Rissler, Zeta Tau Alphag Sally Mchleely, Franklin lohnnie Sue Herriman, Delta Delta Delta, the l963 May Queen Independent Womeng and lane Devening, Unaffiliated women. crowns Pi Phi Bev Exley as l96-l Queen. Dick Little leads the members of Lambda Chi Alpha as they participate in the annual song-fest. x V wr ,-,X ,1 -.5 ..J.4'ii'..L'v'l-'I'4v'..'19 ' ml' 1-vurvvv'--7 --AM ul I Ly- an o ! ' S' Graduation Ends Colle e Career 'W Wwufv! Dr. William Sturm intently watches the graduation exercises. K3fhY Mefedifh walks fo D'-3ff0Vm T0 receive hef diD'0ma from Faculty members consult their programs before the ceremony is President Harold W. Richardson. Opened by the invocation, . ..,, , f Qs- '1 i ' """W"r r"r W 'f 4 T72 I " Eff" e'r' ' " ' ' X., H... V Q ,- The graduates march into the out-door auditorium for the ceremony which highlights the college career. Commencement ushers remain outside the Families and friends photograph the grad- President Harold Richardson presents outdoor auditorium ready To guide guests uation ceremonies. honorary de ree to the commencement to seats. speaker. P Agni' 'x" S39 I Y , 7,31 ,. --if ..- gf?-1 'G w x N ,, ,. ACADEMICS Q, President l'1l'lllllLllIl College is proud to wc-lcome XVesley Haines :ts its President. A11 educator and llldjltlglllll. Dr. Haines is more than quztlilied to lead the college in ll diflicult period of expansion and tlcvelopmcnt. llis lricntllincss and interest in botlx the tollegc' and in the ll1CllYlClll2ll student lmvc Lzlrcztdy maids him pzirt ol' both the college :md the flilllllllllllly. an 'K 1 -l s 1 3 fu l l Ka- L, Dr. .Haines pursues some of the paper work which is a part of has office as chief administrator of the college. EH l r .Cv r 'ff The first family of Franklin College relaxes at home: Karen, Mrs, Haines, Averill, Susan, Deborah. Mrs. Haines, a scholar in her own right, enjoys reading as a hobby. r s s r 1 ,F Q., , ' H r 'x.-.....1 r - -wW,r.a,H::r. I - '-:-W ff flux 'wcfef'-G 'wcwwivi ' . frqf:-913525. fx.153.-fivzifw,4Sg.gig:fm-grzdirg l ,:".'.'x,I3 -x.. , , ,Q-,,,'. 4 .,'w.,m,,, ',44,,Syg5 1 Elk'-'S-Ps.-w'ff.'K.'. 2 fSfZ:"lf:-sift:I:fI4r'2-1'f3fffSig:f.,fx4Mlwv:g2:-:ATigris-4 5 . ,Yr Q., i... mr, w. Kp, :sv 4.6 ,J',3,.A,x J Y , .,, 5521594125 f - ryfm- - ' mm,-. L vu, lg " r l . l I' Mull! N K, A gracious hostess, Mrs, Haines has already shown interest in the . college and its students and staff. r K s l E as 2 if , li E at gi D if K u 5 E E' E A - f .-I l ll? Ili' E. I E 'xv Tv, 35 U 1:5 ff, Board of Trustees Qs Q Q, L HAM Brodehurst Elsey Elba Branigiu, Jr. Honorary Chairman Chairman 3 . QI ll. 2 - 3,-.,l,L, W , . ' 'N . 9:1 . V 1 ' L , ,, V , H 9 I X 'x A . 'x7x,,, Truman Hoover H'illi'1m Book Vice-Chuirrnan Secretary George Vandivier Everett Allison Treasurer .Quia Bling e 3 1 -.'. 5. v ' ,- ,Al If tak ' K. y.. .L ,Q Q.. .., ff S Joel Hadley Dr. YVilliam Hibbs Dr. Harry Mock Joseph YVay1nire Arthur Allen Dr. Ozie Pruett Dr. Dallas YVest VVilliam Hamilton jamming Benjamin Sollars Roger Branigin Leo Yllolford Thomas Bush Neil Firestone V Eugene Henderson ..E,,:,,.5',,.,W 6 . Robert Critchfield Tom Hathaway Dr. Richard Curtis Mrs. Eugene Pulliam Charles Tinkle 'B' 5m-' ' ' -2 lv. -I Q., , Academic Dean V6 ll-W. .f-fl' W? V ,. .,,, Dean Brown attends many luncheons as part of his administrative duties. SS Mr. Alan Brown, Dean of Franklin College, directs the curriculum, meets with students and faculty regarding academic problems, sits on various committees, and meets with prospective students and their parents. Dean Brown meets with Gael Swing, Business Manager of the College. Edward O. l-lascall, Dean of Students, is in charge of assisting the individual Student with academic and social problems which arise, as well as working with the residence directors, and serving on various committees. Eddy M. Teets, Director of Financial Aid and Placement, meets with students to discuss financial problems, scholarships and loan funds. and is also head of the placement office which assists Franklin graduates in finding jobs. 5, j. X -.fi...., . ' i ,X 'h ' 5. Q, I 1.....----- 1 '-f TW' ,-'A ' Administration 39 l F-,.,...-f"" ' .f Q 40 Administration Richard D. Stainbrook Vice-President for Development ea:-fe? YP K""+"'?"": f john R. Hamilton Director of Publicity and Publications lane IVI. l-lettich Director of Public Relations Services F A X Ima-1-f'fxea:amwmW' Gael D. Swing Business Manager james Crocker Director of Public Relations - - P'W - I' f s be fr 1 i : vi... ft--Q. . 'u ,.:,, , .Auf 9 ' V 1-N .5 " ' ' . A . : 2""i51-4555 ' 1.5 V ,Wi . Grace M. Cleveland David C. Naile Academic Recorder Coordinator of Records 41 J Q' lohn D. Chapple Administration Assistant Director of Admissions '?f'q Q--,..,kx -xi X .J-3" f i ...-.- -,sr 0 If Ak Ag. Glenn Ray Tatum Associate Director of Admissions Richard L. Gerard Admissions Counselor 'Www ,i.. Za... - . ' ni 2--...., li-unifhannn rf- Nellie Sturgeon Bookstore Cashier Mr. Coki and Mr. Preston Saga Food Service Directors 'T JKT Bryan Hall Residence Assistants. George Klinger, Mr. Tatnam, Director of Bryan Hall and Counselorg lim Eskridge, lerry Knarr, Marquis, Bill Mahanna. Elsey Hall Residence Assistants. Susan Christianson o ce Dowd ' . l Y v. Misg Elizabeth Laidlaw, Director of Elsey Hall and Counselorg Noel Af, ' 5-' Mary Beth lVlcNab. 1' V I x 1 Tj' N 0 lilo 4 v A ,:- , .ln -'- 'Lrufi v - 1 40- L 'GB' rl K Cline l-lall Residence Assistants: Mr, Terry O, Mar- tin, Director of Bryan Hall and Director of Student Activitiesg Larry Oswalt, Bill Thoms, Tom Clere, Steve Mclntyre. 43 .Annan-A i"'7"lln"i1 1,V 'Eg ,. . ., , Mr, Robert Coward Chief Librarian 2. X 53 Mr. Vicco Von Stralendorff, Assistant Librariang Mrs. Hester Coward, Catalog Librariang Mrs, Margaret Hass, Library Super- visor of Circulation. 44 Mrs, Alice Carr Catalog Librarian -as Q, ' if-9 , ,. :i i 4-lv xi f- fifggt-, ' , - - b , gg . . . Ei-5' I . Dottie Scheibe, R.N., Mrs. loyce Green, R.N., Dorrie Orr, R.N if 'S' ' . Robert F. Chupp, Assistant Professor of journalism Executive Secretary of the Indiana High School Press Association. 'Fx A 0,3 4-is Thomas Locker Assistant Professor of Art Robert O, Zimmerman, Assistant Professor of Economicsg Dr. Robert A, Robertson, Associate Professor of Economics. i f 1 MAN Sue Selsur ..........,.... Sandy Sells ...........,...., Mary Beth McNalJ Gay XViley ........,...,., Charlotte lirickson Tannny Hickson W Mike Matldock Karen McCray Iiditor-in-chief Assistant liclitol Clubs Editor Faculty Editor Business Manager General Staff XXXs . fy CNR sv 3 M 0 six- lil i 5 Zyl 5 s --lgfigfig Q15 NW S fr I we ii f i 'Q 1 fl ii i fl ,, , , ,,,,v.fqfyrf,:+.'--V-f f'-1 s V -I-::v1:Y.'I4 ,.-"1-'P' YN ,,,,-,.l...-- i Y 2:5558 'i-Ziikaelif' -V .if-'i , Robert M. Murphy, Professor of Philosophy and Religiong Chairman, Division of Humanities. Dwight Klinck, ASCW, Chaplain of the College. Dr William A. Sturm, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion, C. Dwight Klinck, 1 Associate Professor of Religion, Dr. Leland H. Erickson, Professor of Education. Stewart R.. Faught, Associate Professor of Physical cationg Director of Athletics, -D Q. . 'l U- .. . - . . 1 KA ez., N I - V V, ' . - , 6 N cr ' 1 . --5 C7 fl ' -if . 1 K . wg Y' Dr. Thelma Tismanakis, Assistant Professor of Education, Marjorie 1. Gilkey, Assistant Professor of Education, History Government. Herman P. Moyer, Assistant Professo of Physical Educa'iong Ruth D. Callon, Assistant Professor of Physical Educationg Vdavne E. Gruber, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. .hi ,LFE i , .J V-kigmif-uuvfg ........ It -...,... ......... ..,.. as -uf, 15? 'fs 1' is Wlqk g yu 1 L gl Jig R fit? . " :ff .rg ,E vu 'T ALATIN 1 xv! Msmca york may . new l "I L i 1 Nancy Sue Thompson, Instructor of French and German, Alicia M. Pianca, Instructor of Spanish and Frenchg Priscilla A. Grant, Assistant Professor of Spanish. weglitll 1-e-. , ' S1 Q .,.-J' Dr, joseph S. l-leight, Professor of German, I vi . 'bu L. r Gardner P. Ashley, Associate Professor of French, ,fl 5 .sq Mathematics. Dr. Richard M. Park, Associate Professor DV- Rodney T- Hood- Professor of of Mathematics, Director of Liberal Studies. Raymond Cowan, Associate Professor Physicsg Chairman, Division of Science, , gf rfrf 'F - - ,--- 'nj fi-1.1 . 1 X - i i ,,.',.Qwltigf. ,, 2 EQIP.-, ., HM, L Emory L. Thomas Superintendent of Physical Plant. ol 11:9 I .,-. v-,- , . Dr. Robert F. Skora, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Thomas R. Hodge, Associate Professor of Chemistry. Dr, Mary S. Owen, Professor of History-Ciovernmentg Director of Advanced Studies. wl Herman G. Wilhelm, jr. Assistant Professor of Biologyg Dr, Robert l. Trankle, Associate Professor of Biology: W. Leslie Burger, Associate Professor of Biology. IJ, Ex if s 7 f' -lr'f"1 r -f ' 4 Dr. Robert C. Toole, Associate Professor of History- Mx Government, Donald P, King, instructor of History. Dr. I. Cieorge Blake, Professor of History- Government, Division of Social Sciences. . "Pf- English. Mrs. Rodney Hood, Head of the Writing Clinic, Ted Cibbens, Instructor of English, Myrna j. Silverstein, Assistant Professor of English. Dr, Leonard E. Zella, Professor o. English D. l. E. Tanner, Assoc ate Professor of English. Dr. David Cladish, Associate Professor of English, Richard B. Swan, Assistant Professor of Englishg Dr. Philip Y, Coleman, Assistant Professor of Miss Hollis Hughes, Assistant Business Manager ol' the College, is also retiring this year. Miss Hughes has served as secretary- treasurer of the faculty club for inany years, and was chosen a Theta Signia Phi "Head- liner of the Yearv award was as an outstand- ing campus citizen. Retirees Dr. Carleton Hannnond Currie, Associ- ate Professor of Sociology, retires this year froin the Franklin College faculty after years of service to both the campus and the connnunity. Dr. Currie has been active in the Grace Methodist Church of Frank- lin, as well as serving on various coni- mittees and service projects. 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My . 1 64 0 Y! s Q X 'N up .M W -QI K Q .Q , Qi N W .M I A , 1? , 4' M ' f ' . . .- U .sf . Q da 'E an "fm 9 W . I A -1' . if -M x COLL 2 QQ' .fx 'S 4? Qc? CL " m.u sg 12,46 Wim os-, Qsf 183A The Student Council Executive Board consists ot the officers lnfractions of college disciplinary rules are tried by Student Court, elected by the student body to co-ordinate and supervise the the judiciary body ofthe students. Members are: Craig Blair, jim activities of Student Council. Dick McCloskey, Treasurerg jim Eskridge, Dick Herndon, Chuck Bentz, Dan Benitez, janet Wysong, Eskridge, Vice-President, Noel Marquis, President, Debby Brooke, Chairmang Steve Peck, Becky jacksteit, Don Harris and Tom Secretary, Clere. Student Government Student Council consists of elected members representing the tour classes. SEATED: Sue Hottenroth, Mary jane Tipton, Amy Hadley, Dick McCloskey, jim Eskridge, Noel Marquis, Debby Brooke, Pam McCoy, Pat jones, Susan johnson. STANDING' Connie McAnalley, john Albritten, Linn Mathis, Charlie Baker, Nancy Ouei, Doug Fulmer, Candy Poindexter, Lynn Funke, Randy Precup, ludy Conquest, jack Clancy, Larry Baker and Tom Keeter, 52 Elsey Hall House Council is composed of elected members: FRONT ROW: Helen Silber, Susan Dunn, Laurel Kastine, Rita Sipe, SECOND ROW: Carolyn Wiltburger, Nefia Royer, Donna Hammer, Cisela Lobner, THIRD ROW: Ellen Thorn, Sharon Carroll, Margie Asp, Lora Wolf, FOURTH ROW: Alice Gates, ludy Conquest, Marilyn Douglas, Barb Litterer. Cline Hall Council: jim Harris, Marshall Burns. Dick McCloskey, Gus Kierwa, Bryan Hall Council: Wally Smoke, REAR: Larry Coins, Greg Simms, Mike Brunner, jerry Naclfiimson, Dale Wianr, Dale Van Osdol, Tom Mengelr. ll v-'Ei' -...wi 53 Honoraries Lancers, an honorary organization for freshmen and sophomore men, recognizes those outstanding in leadership and scholarship. SEATED: Don l-larris, Steve Maclntyre, Keaney Sloop, Chuck Bentz, Bill Ellett. STANDING: Tom Clere, Dick Herndon, Chuck Stumpf, Rob Schafstall, john Chapman, Don Bozell, Steve Peck. Missing: Marshall Burns, Larry Baker. junior and senior women who have shown active participation in campus activities, and who have achieved commendable academic standards are eligible for membership in Gold Quill. SEATED: Janet Wysong, Sue Selsor, Candy Poindexter. STANDING: Lora Wolf, Trudy Shultz, Becky lacksteit. 51 fa 'V' Laurels recognizes outstanding achievement of freshmen and sophomore women. Debby Brooke, Stevie Pence, Mary Ann Feiler, Missing: Sandy Sells. Blue Key taps outstanding junior and senior men who possess the qualities of leadership and academic achievement, SEATED: Craig Blair, Noel Marquis, jim Tasker. STANDING: Randy Riddle, jim Eskridge. 5 . ,- :- l ' 1 ' i l l l l l i vm "3" N-.f Alpha Phi Gamma taps those for membership whd serve on college publications Trudy Shultz Rob Schafstall, Charlotte Erickson, Sue Selsor, Helen Silber. Phi Alpha Theta's membership is composed of history professors, and those Students who have made outstanding achievements in the discipline, jim Eskridge, Professor King, Frieda Yeager, Prof. Toole, Ann Fisher, Dr. Blake, Missing: Trudy Shultz. .1-.. ,i 1 .N , .X 32,3 i'f4w'k'x . gg, A Y' .9 lit. if . xv A .. ff . 'W - W' 'WW Hx A, A . 'w,Q,. w,.,.,,.,. Y Mug, .- -f'-' ' .. ,,.:. 1.fwwswwf-.f1+vf-T'-Mvvm,-wiht: E-xt 'g . ,....N EW. 7, ' ,R g-QQ -H. E' TF? . 4 jf- , 1 . ng: ...N . V :M My 314 if Y iii ,125 B13 aa, .1 y, i : S Y Ntitfw- fa ,W -.nf A M i ' .Ll-fizazxi Xb Q. ia. 354 lb' ar z,- Q 1: :Q rf wmiffii? - - 'z jp :wa ,Q ' .:j4. ,X . AS . X ..,' , I X ' x .V W ' 1 V ' 'Y 1 K 1 ,,??'i1.1:,.-,mm-.zfvff M . M 1 N" ff ' f' ' ' QIWA' T71 Q- ' Af- igqixflf v ' 3 f Theta Alpha Phi's membership is composed of those who have earned a certain number ot points through work on college theatrical productions, Gordon Bardos, Sue Selscr, Elizabeth Henderson, Prof. Mary IVlacNiven Kappa Delta Pi is the honorary organization for students in education. FRONT ROW: Candy Poindexter, janet Wysong, Trudy Shultz. SECOND ROW: Dr. Erickson, Dick McCloskey. 55 Alpha, an honorary organization Similar to Phi Beta Kappa, links for membership those students and faculty members who have attained highest grade-point averages, demonstrating academic achieve- ment and excellence. Miss Pianca, lanot Wysong, Trudy Shultz, Dr. Hood, Mrs, Kent, Miss Silverstein, Miss MacNiven. STANDING: Prof, Murphy, Dr. Sko a, Mr, Von Stralendorf. -Aa fxl The newly formed Student Education Assosiation is composed of those students planning careers in some phase of education. FRONT ROW: Paige Fulmer, Karen lamison, Bonnie Ridner, Shirley Koepper. SECOND ROW: Laurel Kastine, Carolyn Wiltburger, Miriam Hendricks, Rosalie Henderson, Marcia Stubbs, Susan Christianson, THIRD ROW: Virginia Poiner, Norman Layton, Delbert Cragen, Marea Locker. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Beck, Marcia Smith, Sue Lynch, Frieda Yeager. FIFTH ROW: Dick McCloskey, janet Wysong, Candy Poindexter. LW!- in mul! i X J tx, ,,. JT n Panhellenic Council, headed by Marilou Anderson, is Composed of members from the tour sororities on campus. FRONT ROW: Marilou Anderson. SECOND ROW: Kathy Miller, Susan Christianson, Candy Poindexter, Susie Dunn, Mary Ann Feiler, Lynn Funke. THIRD ROW: Pat jones, Marcie Smith, Pam McCoy. Extra Curricular t , 3 Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of representatives from fraternities, and is the governing body which sets rush policies, and seeks to promote friendly relations between organizations. FRONT ROW: Rob Schafstall, Bill Gibbs, Noel Marquis, Craig Blair, Mike Berkery, Mark Axler, lim Eskriclge. SECOND ROW: Mr. Tathum, Larry Trueblood, Steve Peck, Ron Cole, George l-laloukas, Don Grey, Larry Williams, Dan Benitez, Chuck Slumpt, 58 i I C? K K. The Franklin College Choir, under the direction ot DF. lfllvid Kellefmeyef. Dre-Sents a series of' concerts during the academic year. The annual choir tour, held during semester break for the l964-65 season, featured the concerts in many midwestern cities, Q. i 1. t glkki ,ii gt.: W.F.C.I.-FRONT ROW: Alennea Mathis, Charlotte Se'lers, Cecilia Duckworth, Suetta Paul, Tammy Hickson. SECOND ROW: Lora Wolf, Kathv Car- penter, Susan Robertson, Sharon Carroll. THIRD ROW: Robert Chester, Raymond Cowan, faculty advisor and Roger Carlson. Publications Staff of Reporters, FRONT ROW: Karen lVlcCray, Karen Martin, Sue l-lottenroth, Charlotte Erickson. SECOND ROW: Rick Klein, Ray Hamilton, Margo Perry, Rob Schatstall, lim Overmeyer. GU 49 , The Franklin editorial board works under the direction of editor Pam McCoy to produce the bi-weekly newspaper, The Franklin- Pam McCoy. REAR: Helen Silber, Charlotte Sellers, Pat jones, Bill Stickney, Apogee. student Wysong lacksteit, Rob Schatstall. the school literary magazine, is entirely composed of art work, poetry, and short stories. SEATED: janet and Candy Poindexter, co-editors. STANDING: Becky jim Beatty. E5 'R li ' ll ' X 4 Sandy Sells, Almanack editor, and Sue Selsor, editor-in-chief, take .3 breather from working on the book. Charlotte Erickson, Almanack Business 'as Manager checks her mail. X f-L ma. , X., Z ,T - .-,Q . fzfi- wg , ,- .. 1 24:4 Q.: x -Q 1', 'u r , ':. .u r., . . .. - Q-.'.. -' . : ' ,, 'j ' ly " ".'- F 1 fy 'gp ,r . ibgnfi, L -' -L-v-"lg-'-.v 'I F A ' - 4 H i-, - Q4 ld- ' 5 4,4- f H 1 1 4 1 Mary Beth McNab, Gay VViIey, and Tammy Hiclcon, staff members, identify pictures. xx ll 1' .Paw Pep Council is composed of students interested in promoting enthusiasm for campus athletic events. Ann Blumenthal, Mary Mulholland, judy Conquest, jerry Hurley, Chuck Bentz, Stevie Pence, Linda Fletcher, Lynn Funke. Square and Compass is the campus organization tor Masons on campus. FRONT ROW: john Hackman, john Chapman, john Mull. SECOND ROW: jerry Lusk, Bob Chester, Russell Cille. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hodge, Mr, Teets, Dr. Blake. The Religious Activities Board co-ordinates the Religious Emphasis program of the college through such projects as chapel services, Masonic Home visits, convocation speakers and tireside discussions. Mimi Schultz, Chaplain Klinck, Pat Murphy, Meredith Price, Tammy Hickson, Bob Schultz. 'Q 'I X . s it 9 Q if 62 ren-t X Womens Recreational Assoclahon clans acttvrtres for all women Dunno Lynda Clendennrng Marcia Smlth THIRD ROW Lynn students Interested rn sports FRONT ROW Vrcky Grady Mary Funke Laura Barrd Connre Garrett, Mary jean Maurer Marcna Rodgers Lrnda Soltns Kathy Bultman Suetta Paul Sue Henry Coates Pat Kershaw Betty McKinley FOURTH ROW Mrs SECOND ROW Alice Crates Sharon Srnlth Wanda Leffler Susie Callon Marllyn McCord ludy Conquest Snerrll Rollln jean Brsbee Members of Shultz, Laure the French Club include-FRONT ROW: Trudy l Kastine, Mr, Ashley, Miss Thompson, Miss Pianca, Mary Ann Feiler, Connie McAnaIley, Nancy Ouei. SECOND .,r. Q F S N E? '53 Sf if ROW: jim Thornton Phil Malleson Rick Klein Marilyn Douglas Scott McKinney, Kathy Carpenter Paul Ford john Albritten lay Green. st X Q A X E fm X 'fi K 1555?-52 S - 1 -:W-' 1. XY ' X i 1. O N- f - i is ' Ci X 5 ' 1- ff' ll R5 2 5 ' i xl' xl' X X X R I R .. - -so? - R 6:-VI' -:. ' X F ' ' L ss.:-Sf-, 'S Nix ig, YQ Y f-61 -gbNQ-P-by :as-s I-if-,gl -fi-fy: x ' fx xt. X : NT L ' X 5 ' S Q 9 y N, S t N A Sp Q -- ' - . . 3 5 V A org German Club members arefFRONT ROW: Marty Pease, Miss THIRD ROW: Carolyn Braman Bill Wiedenhaupt Ellen Thorn Thompson, Trudy Shultz, Susan Christianson, Carolyn Dettmer, Dan Bozell, Dr. Height Dick Fitch Nancy Leavenworth judy Gisela Lohner. SECOND ROW: Harriett Hughes, Dottie Scheibe, Benjamin, john Hachman Mike Byrd, Lora Wolf, Carolyn Wiltburger, Reinhard Bockstette. 64 '1- ps. Q E . Chi Rho is the newly organized Campus Youth Fellowshipg the organization, wh'c'i is Sponso ed by Chaplain Klinck, plans to promote religious activities and interest among the campus community. Activities such as informal coffee hours, and discussion sessicns are on the agenda for future plans of the group. Chi Beta Phi-FrankIin's Science Honorary includes the following members: FRONT ROW: Professor Rodney Hood, Mrs, Clifford Tatham, Marshal Burns, Lo-a Wolf, jerry Lusk, SECOND ROW: Don Cray. Noel Marcus, Mr. Raymond Cowan, Charles Benfz, Mr, Robert Skora, Mr. Herman Wilhelm, Mr. Richard Parke. ' 'fs'-whllnnnu--.Q we ag 6 COLL X .X 1 f if FRANKI, 'fee' ul 7 L1 C: .ilu u- f 5 cl :Q wc Do AXQHY Xjsp LQ , l 49 ' 1 8 3A A circle is the alrlletypnl symbol ul' unity, Ll whole which encompasses all ul' its parts The seal ul' Frzmklill College is zmzllzxgous to the circle. lin' it is Il visual luznmilestzltiun ol that Clltlly Wlllfll is completed only when zlll ol' its t'UI1SIlfl1CllI parts :Ire lorgecl to gether. lvlllllllll one element the c'i1'c-le woull l ' l' c JL l'flgll1ClIU.'Cl, im-muplete. Thus all ul the parts ol' fl college cmlllllllllity must he welclecl together to form ll collcsive whole. ACTIWWIIES.. AIQTADENIICS. . CLIHMS ............ 0lliGANIZATIONS . . l111lLE11CS ...... PEIISUNALITIES. . ADVERTISING . . . . .page . . page . . page , , page . . . page . . . page . . . page I6 32 66 86 98 26 T0 35" wtvfy 0' 4'1"f Q- fdwfbmw wp. 1 fi uw 4 1 .P T X Q ,g W A 3 'img fx. xzw, X' fx .xxx Q 'Jw J. ,, K u'0?l'x" wfw Q L ,Q -.-1 gk xy PQ' SLA x N J? 'S fm XW . . ,N 3 - A e g, . 0 AN Af E -Lv QQ BG IZ 2-6 1834 7 The 111011 ol' lipsilmi clizipter ol M Naam Kappa Delta Rho expe1'ic1u'ed Z1 pm- ,gg .K litzihlc mul 1AL'YX'Zl1'Cll11g yczir. with lllC'II1lJCl'S lJlll'lll'lP21l1llg Ill l'llIlllDllS. llll- AQ? lCl'lliIy :incl uniniiuiiity zutivilics. Xvllllilllg with the Il16ll1lJCl'S of Pi llctzi Phi. the KDRE participutecl in the Hoiiieroiiiing llozii umipetition. XX'ith thc Della fL'lllS. they spuiisnrccl 4 ll Clliristmzis party lor u11clci'pi'ix'ilr-gud ' :L lil l'llllCl1'Cll. KDRS lll'C IllCllllJC'1'S ul Theta Alpha Phi. I,:11u'c1's. liluc Key. l'hi Alpha Theta, 'AXX'lio's XYho in iXll1C'I'lL'2lIl Colleges :incl ll11ix'e1'sities." They lime Ulilll'C1'Sllllll liiciiilicrs in Student Court. Stuclent Cloumil. pzirticipziiits in thea- lcr and piilmliuilimis. :md in Yzirsity athletic IJIYPQTIIIIIS. Sncigil highlights on the czilciiclzli' lm thc KDRB lllL'lllilCll the Swcctliezlrt l,lllllC1', the XllllClltll1C lbklllfli pledge clzmce, and lnrmzil clilliiei'-clzilicc. FRONT ROW: Mille Yost, Mrs. Chester, lim Thornton, SECOND ROW: lim Esk Edge, Conrad Vasconcelos, Bill St ckney THIRD ROW: Cordor Bardos, Don Treibic, BOb Conner, Dean Hadley, n if daazw: gm ,W 2 ,!1A Sk 3553255 'W ww- i FRONT: Roy Schwa tz, Ma k Axler, Ceo'ge Haloukas, Bob Weiss, DLIQ Ma'k'e, Ron Cohen. REAR: Bob Guy, Roger Carlson, Mike Berkey, Meredith Tice, D'ck Bodnar. 68 Q fi aw .mg imm .mm so , ' Q KW I ,amos Wwe -N., FRONT ROW: Bob Kitchen, George Hubert, Bob Thompson, Cary Horton, jerry Ellis, Aki Awashima, Larry Baker. SECOND ROW: Bob Houston, Dave Emerson, Steve Lang, jim Delay, Al Skolnik, Steve Lang, FRONT ROW: Arnie Kaplan, Ron Smith, Steve Soloman, john Gilbert, SECOND ROW: Herb Levine, Bob Spensley, Rick Klein, Paul Ford, jerry Fastman, Reinhard Bockstette, Ira Roberts, Alan Bick- ford, Skip johns. THIRD ROW: Vernon Biederrnan, Barry Kamen, Bill McQuillen, john Hachman, john Nodar, Bill Dennis, jim Overmeyer. Sm Y-,X j v - Eff 1.5 08" R , .wav A-X' 35 -li axes- i v ' mmm i-W 1' '85 fill 3 fas wxxfx The mcn uf I,amlbtla Clli .Xlplla cxpc1'iem'ccl an cx- citing' ycar, with Dun llarris as Illlllltll' Class Prcsiclcnt. lim lllillly as rFl'L'llSlll'Cl' of the Scnimt Class, Clmufk Stu- lupl: as Supllmlmu' Class l,1'6'5lflClll. and llill llamil- tcm as SOPllU1l1Ul'C Class 'l'rcasuu'1'. State Day louml tht- Chis winners as st-nifn' Mikt- Rub! crls was namccl oulstancliug st-uint' afliw in tllc stale ul Indiana, and Nlary Klaus Phillips as Stats Crescent Girl. The Cllis spmlsnrccl a Cllrislmas party lor unclcr- prixilcgc'cl t'l1ilcl1'cll. a pal'- cuts Cllrlslmas CllllllL'l'. and wcrc WlllllC1'S in tllc United l lfunrl llriw. l Randy Precup, john Clwiarotti, Bob larvis, Ron Cole, Don Adams, Tom Keeler, Don Harris ' - .ses-5.54. Bill Hamilton, Larry Williams, Mickey Eller, lim Dyklfluizen, Chuck Stumpf, Bill Barnard, Tom Clere. 70 STANDING: Roe Darnell, Roger Stevens, Doug l-lendricks, john Spiker, john Seath, Rob Billieu, Bob Chester, Bill Simpson, Steve Vance, john Mosher. SEATED: Doug Haughs, jchn Martin, Warren Young, john Mihalik, Shahrokh Hobbeheyciar, john Russom, Dave Francke, Bob Zabaronic. STANDINGQ Larry Ross, Mike Money, Angus Reed, Larry Trueblood, Ed Siwinski, john Mull, Mike Roberts, Rich Ronan, jerry Hurley, Grace Gonnally. SEATED: Dick l-lcirn, Larry Gilles, Brandy Chi, Bob Strong, Larry Marlin. xl"ll ' ' 4- M i P U y q 1+-'maui ,fa o'1., 1 I 2..f,,ii'9f:1 EJ Indiana Delta of Phi Delta Theta enjoyed an exciting year. as Roger D. llranigin, alumnus ol Indiana Delta was elected governor of Indiana and john T. Bottorff, also an alumnus of Franklin, was chosen Secretary of State. The Phis captured the All-Sports trophy, and also won the IFC Scholar- ship plaque. -john Alhritten was chosen Freshman representative to Student Council, Bill lillett treasurer of the Junior Class, and Dan jones served on the Student Council Advisory Board. Phi Delta Theta is represented in Blue Key, Lancers, Chi Beta Phi, Student Court and Student Council. The Christmas liorinal dinner-dance. the pledge-dance. and house dances -these were also highpoints lor the men ol Phi Delta Theta. FRONT ROW: lohn Chapman, Pat Murphy, Chuck Bentz, Mrs. Kent, Dan Benitez, Bill lelleff, Ron Pelfrey, Steve Keck. SECOND ROW: Don Gray, Ed Smith, Mr, Zimmerman, Skip Hempel, lim Newell, Ken Young, Dan lones, Steve DeLong, 3 ... Z afgag, gk 72 "" N311' ft ' s Y' W , 5 ., it ,,., lf' , A FRONT ROW3 john Walters, john Mitchell, Darwin Prosak, Mrs. Kent, jerry Lutz, Mike Bliss, Torn Mengelt, Steve Grey. SECOND ROW: Bill Winans, Curtis Burns, john Albritten, jay Green, Scott McKinney, Bob Stout, john Hollingsworth, Ray Goulding, joe Dubes, john Lind, Mike Byrd. FRONT ROW: Steve McNutt, Rusty Rathbun, Mrs. Kent, George Klinger, Bob White, Rich Flecher, jim Martin, SECOND ROW: Gus Kierwa, Rich Edwards, Al Pence, Tom Millican, Steve Vwfrobleski, Neal Newell, Don Harrington. wth- I , t Q i I 2-if fa :jf 12 1. 'j I .1 gint? 'ga 'y Ji ,Lt sw ZAE I11cIi111111 .Xlpliu LIIRIPICI' I 4 ' W' nl Sigma .Xlplizi I'iIJSIl4ll1 1-1111131-cl :1 l'L'WilI'ClIIIg year 111 I71'.111l4li11 college. with Nucl NI111'rl11is :is P1'esiclc11l ul St11rlc11t 111111114-il, Rick II1ll 115 I1'cs1clc11t ul tI1c I'lI'L'SlIlllZlII Class, Zlllfl .ICl'I'y Ifnx 218 its iIiI'L'1lSllI'L'I'I DANC 'I'ipio11 sc-1'x'c-cl 11s 5c11i111' fllzlss I'1'1-sicln-11t. XVUIAIQIIIQ ivilli thc IIICIII' Ixus ul Ilcllgi IICIILI Ik-IIQ1. ilu- II1L'Il ul SAIC cgiptiirecl li1'st plain' i11 the II11111e- 111111i11g llilill uv111pctiti1111. FRONT ROW: Bill Micheli, Roger Mock, Mrs. Grace Hicks, Housemotherg Steve Hewitt, Paul Hills, Dan Stratton. SECOND ROXN: Nick Lavecchia Russell Ciille, Ron Nichols, Tony Priola, Charlie Baker, Dave Shemvvell, Bob Windhorst. TRONT ROW: Bill Williams, Iohn Spomer, Steve I-lerzer, jerry Regnau't, Dan Crull, Paul Manning, 1, T. Gilbert, Cliff Trumpe Fox, Rick l-lill. SECOND ROW: Dave Robinovitz, Ron Sarcli, Mrs Bruce Chapman, La ry Isley. Hicks, John Ba ker, Howie Adams. THIRD ROW: AI Morris, Phil 711 I X FRONT ROW: Kelly Clore, Dave Tipton, Mrs, Hicks, Craig Blair, C-eorge Small, SECOND ROW: Noel Marquis, Paul Zdiarski, Cary Lewis, jim Wolverton, Bob Lane, jerry Lusk, FRONT ROW: Steve Kenady, Roger Reich, Biff DeOld, Art San Filippo. SECOND ROW: Ray Hamilton, Keaney Sloop, Mrs, Hicks, Paul Madinger, Ierry Petro, Neal Welch. THIRD ROWg Mike Loveall, Tim Shank, Bill Powell, Dick Krueger, Dennie Bailey, Mike Ross, Steve Peck. l 5-A "Phi 1, ,A .rw-5" ' 4, , r' ll' w.-'vo 1' V J ' ' V WMVM V . . -, ,. , Academics Au QIIIIIQJSIJIICTC ul' zlczlcleluic pursuits. ui' srlumlzlstic' CXl'CllClli'C and high stau- clnrds ui' classrmnu IlChiC'X't'lIlCllI-IQIICSC lnill'IUl'S umlposc thc 2lCild6'IIliL' sector of thc central unity which is Franklin Clollegc. Such :lu :rt111nspl1cre is pm- IIIOILKI hy the i':u'ulty. z1chuiuist1'utiou, thc Lihcml Studivs progrzuu. upper- clivisiuu courses, and hy student endea- vor. The pursuit ui' lll'llilt'IlliC' cxcf-Ilclmfe unllpuses the greatest portion ul' the uuilicd whole, fm' the fullcgl' is ll Cfbllllllllllily of lc-inning. -I AA The stars and crescent of Delta Delta Delta gleainecl lirightly tlnough the lflfil-65 year as Nlargo Perry rcignccl as HtllllCl'ClIl1lllQ' Queen ancl Nancy Cierher as Keeflio-Nut Queen. The tri-Deltas. working with the inen ol Signia Alpha lfpsilon, captured lirst place in the llonieumiing float cum- petition. Sandy Sells was cliost-11 Outstanding Greek xvflllllill. ancl Dehhy llroiilae serretl as Secretary ol' Student Coun- vil. 'fri-Deltas have inenihers in Alpha Phi Cianinia, Latirels, Theta Sigma Phi, XVFCII and XVRQX. They partiti- pate in theater pimlitcticilis. in puhli- tations, also serving as class olfifers. Graduating seniors of Delta Delta Delta Sandy Sells, Ann McClelland, Pam McCoy, Charlotte Erickson and Cay Wiley read the paper after dinner. are: Susie johnson, Kathy Miller, Bobby Listening to the hi-ti in the sorority suite are FRONT ROW: Rita Sipe and Susan Henry Ward, Cindy Faullfner and Sue judd. SECOND ROW: Karen Ziegler, Phyllis Coffey, Mary Kay Parker and Cheryl Bond xx- X fx 76 .-.-ff 8 fa- f -.,, l .ff 6 . Ski? ,ii :-' 7 as .Q H , :N tm! i f 4352 Qi T31 X f - x X fs ,c ri , C, 3 5 is Q Q64 . Q' 2, k ', Mx X 2 V J k --,si , N , -Q C 'fi .,,, Qe1f"'f'.. N . ,- . 2 x ' i .y 5 Q v . I , g kt 2 , Q jx 1 iw ' , ' 5X , A , , , . '64 A .1 'IJ :NTL i ' 1 ch s. ' 1 ,C A I E ,1 Q V 5 f 'X ' 'Q s gl 5 f . se. . 1 . r Pledges of Delta Delta Delta are, FRONT ROW: Edie Steineger, Mary lane Tipton, Cheryl Barker, Nancy Gerber, Sue Hottenroth and Barbara Mathe. SECOND ROW: Susan Demunbrum, Naiomi Haynes, Mari Gibson, Linda Fletcher, Susan Reed, Connie McAnaIley, Peggy Bailey, Sharon Chatam, B. I, l-learin and Linda Soltis. Niki Nicolai, Becky Crannis, and Ann Stevie Pence, Debby Brooke, Pam Wreeler and Blumenthal relax in the soro'ity rooms. the piano, Margo Perry gather around La vc-v ga- l L..- ,, ' ' if' A 77 Psi cliaptvi' nl' Dclta feta L'Xl3t'l'lC'lN'Cil an cxciling year at lflillllillll Llullcgf, wurlgiilg with Igxmlxla Chi Alpha un llmiiccmuing clecumtioiis. and with Kappa Dclta Rho lm' a Cllirislmas party. Dfs arc mcullxers ul' Stu- nlt-nt Cloumil. Kappa Dclta l'i. Sl-lA, NVRA. XVI-Ill. um- wrl vlmii' aml other l'1lllllJll5 orgallixatinns. Social highlights on thc Delta Zeta calcmlar incluclccl sprcacls, clilim-rs, thc plcclgc clanfc. and the annual lm'- mznl dinner clzmce. Marcia Smith, ludy Roscoe, ludy Conquest Martty Olvlalley and Alice Cates TS A vs is ' lx 4 , A 'L 1 , leg i r Q YN ll Pledges of Delta Zeta are FRONT ROW: Mary Matsey, Tina Rust, Mary Martha Rodgers. SECOND ROW: Bonita Wardlow, Helen Davis, Vick-y Cirady, Leslie Thompson, Cynthia Meister, and Kathy Carpenter. Susan Christianson, Bonnie Farmer, Marcia Stubbs, Sue Wohlmuth' lean Bigbee, lVl3I'Cla COBfES, Marilyn McCord, Lee Loomis, Sherrill C as M Y. Rowland. ltnlll: ' 61,8 1 'Sli' .3 luclizuiai Alpha Clllziplci' ul' Pi lletzi Phi cxpci'icm'ccl ll husy iuicl exciting yezu' zu lsllllllillll College. Beverly lixley was chuscu llllil May Queen, and Mary -lzuic Phillips uzuuecl luclizum cl1'CSlit'lll Girl nl' l,llIl1lXlll Clhi Alpha. Six Pi Phis were umucd lu lIlCllllJCl'Slllp iu "XX'lm's lVhu iu .XlllCl'lK'2lll Colleges ziucl llliiw-14sitics," .uul also tnppccl lui' iuciiihcrsliip iu Clulcl Quill. The fllziptcr was also liuuurccl to i'cc'c'ix'c'cl the scliolznrsllip cup lui' the cleyeiuli u111scni1Lix'c scuicstcr, .is well as ll scsliulgussliip plaque Iiuui their Ilfllitllllll cwgzuiizzuiuu. Pi Phis sc-1-W as ull'ic'crs iu Phi .Xlpha Theta, lizippgl llcltzi Pi,Tl1e11i Sigma Phi, Theta .Xlplizi Phi, Alplui Phi Gmiiuiai. Student Court. :is uicuif hers ol' Stuclcul cillllllfll. Sluclcut Court. :incl :is vlziss ol'l'ic'c'rs. Pi Phis relax in the social rooms after cIasses+FRONT ROW- S e Sei t Edmondson., SECOND ROW: Mary Mulholland, Tammy Hickson,U Sallysolgariiiarifi and Ann Fisher. ' SUSWS DQJUH, Candy Pohdexter, Trudy Shultz, Ellen Thom, Be'ky Iacksfeif, Mary lane Pl"'ll'DS. and lane? WySOug pose behind the stereo-console wl'i'cl1 is a feature of their sorority suite. iv Wa ........-.- 80 653' ' ' . Jil 53 li 5 15 . z f, ,fiiikg Pi Beta Phi pledges are photographed shortly before the formal reception line, FRONT ROW: Harriett Hughes, Susan Alberty, Helen Harrell, Sally Killen, Karen McCray, SECOND ROW: Linda Hendrickson, Dottie Scheibe, Margaret Knight, MarfY Pease' Susan Robertson' Michele Maddock, Lynda Clendenning, Sharon Carroll, Karen Martin, and Dorrie Orr. Linda Hendrickson and Karen lvlcCray do V the frug in a before-dinner dance session, bylvia Bohall, larnmy Hickson, Dottie Scheibe and Sue Selsor enjoy a bridge game l 81 K 1 , .J 1 Q f- ZT Members of Zeta Tau Alpha enjoy- ed a busy and successful year at Franklin College, with Mary Ann Feiler named Outstanding Freshman Wloinan last spring. Zetas serve on Student Council, in choir, on XVFCI, in XVRA, the Franklin, in theater productions and other campus activi- ties. Marilou Anderson served as presi- dent of Pan-Hellenie Council. Social highlights on the Zeta Tau Alpha social calendar included the pledge dance, and formal dinner dance. Relaxing in the sorority rooms are, SEATED: Donna Hammer Maxine Mills Amy Hadley Nancy Griggs, Mary Ann Feiler. ,...,x 'QQ' ti Zeta Tau Alpha pledges are-FRONT ROW: Connie Brown, Susan Stum. SECOND ROW Force, Cecilia Duckworth, judy Benjamin, Elaine Hamilton, C-isela Lohner. Netia Royer, Laurel Kastine, Wanda Leffler, and Mary lean Maurer. Q.. V QL! Susan It was guys against the girls at the co-ed football game. The Greek-Week Dance was a highlight of the week-end. Greek Week lntel'-l"1':1tcmily :md Pzmllcllcuic' CUlll1l'llS wmlgccl togcllicr lu plain the zmnuzll U1'eel4-XVeck- liml, clcsignccl to l'lll'IllL'l' Uligillllllllllllllll spirit. :mal to pmviclc social :u'tix'itic's which pl'0lll0lC llic l'1'utc1'1lily system. livcnts ul' the weekend in- cluclccl vxvlmulige parties, ll lkmtlaull gliIl1C, and Ihr Ci1'cclvNX'cc'lx llzallcc. 84 IFC President George Haloukas presents senior Noel Marquis with The trophy honoring him as outstanding Creek man, junior Sandy Sells was chosen as outstanding Creek woman. ranklin Independent Women 'K VQJJ, Qi., 'Th Carolyn Wiltburger, Rosalie Henderson, Pat Kershaw Shirley Koepper and Linda Hayes engoy the FIW Suite in Elsey Hall. Phyllis Real, Sandy Williams, Nancy Ouei, Helen Willana Maeficld are also members of FIXV. . ".' . ' ' .4 1 I F, . A 1 i ,, I , a , , 3 I ,Y 1 1 4- ' . I - I Y .. r Z km... danny., X COLL 2 W I 5 1834s Q is +V Q00 . .N ' ATHLET 52 ,5 55 - 2 5 U ga y N Qksxy fi 87 ootball The Franklin Grizzly football squad sees action in an action- packed gridiron schedule. FRONT ROW: Larry Ross, Dick Horn, Bob Strong, Mike Maguire, Bob Brown, Co-Captains Mike Roberts and Butch Lawson, George Klinger, Larry Williams, Skip Hemple, Chuck Sturnpt, john Chiarotti. SECOND ROW: Head Coach Stewart Faught, Harold Herr, Ed Woodrick, lim Dykhuizen, jim A Grizzly victory boosts the spirits of the team and Coach Faught. Marshall, john Ammer, Elmer Britton, Ed Smith, Kelly Clore, Tom Keeter and George Hoge, THIRD ROW: Rich Flecker, Curtis Burns, john Walters, Bob Stout, Mike Lovall, Steve Grey. Larry Goins, Tom Mengelt, Mike Byrd, and Steve Vance. Not pictured areg Assistant Coach Wayne Gruber, Ed Abdelhour, Steve Sacks, Robert Zabaronic and lohn Mertin, 1 ,bfi .. I. .Lg l,A,.fi ,ij-ZQ...a,, Q. M fr i t w - fl M .Q 'fn ' ff X M ' I 'Q ' -iw.-191-:' ' 52' 't - . , - ,, i. 11 .. t, L a x N :ity gif f",:3,--q. F V 7 Y G fi i 1 t ig 8By t , g BB Q 75, its r E R3 79 B4 E " QRS 3 , ,l if y tsl 5345 'cw 88 lils l44 Mr. Hoge wins the football at Dad's Dayg his son, George, is a Grizzly halfback. The players on The bench watch the game. - 'Q N 5 tm N ,. - ' x 'V ll slim: f 'T lv ,-q 1, lk wake: l 5' V xl, , N J' of . 3 x, fi J' i i X95 ' o, Q 3 X-HSI .4 -V! ii ...Q l.- fi U 2, A x . , X. , - . Ni' H J' ,O 3 tu. ,' tv-339232, "' , , 5 gt sf , 1 I. 5 n 'Q -, , . 3-A 1 ' " l, Qu ' A .1 A Franklin half-back .W vi, My H, if. aQS.m...m1M .. .. ,J or am , YM skirts the opposing end v xwffit Action sets the pace at a typical Grizzly football game. The 1964 football season marks the end of an exciting college pastrime for these Grizzly seniors. i 5, l. l lm, I l i i i ii l l F K3lif'M:' Franklin boosters cheer the football team on to victory. Fllllllillll Frzmlalin lfraukliii lzfllllli l in Fllfllllxllll 1'-Tillllillll Ffillllillll Fllllllil in l'-Tlllllillll l'lli1'llllllll ,o,, lQcu1'gclow11 Nlziiiflicstci' ,A .'xllClCl'SUl1 ,, XY:tl7Q1sl1 .... ,, Iilcliainzi Clentrul 'llatylur llzillmu' ., Kzilzmlafoo .A Seniors Sam Alford and Andy Zaiac share the Wil B N Ip Trophy. This trophy is presented to the outstanding senior athlete who has spent three or more years at Franklin. :li lvl' 'ii w V ' ,ff Q : if 7-V .3 , .gg , N VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-jerry Petro, Steve wards, Bob Windhorst, Keaney Sloop, Steve Baker. "fi ,Ay Maclntyre Grizzly player, Steve Maclntyre, executes an intricate ballet step in B-ball action. N. XJ' 3.33513 ,fix N ' . if x v, iff, Q qs v ' C 1 0 fx A5 sfi H .gif nn, ""--my 29. if v .' ans., My U I 31. ----'fl J 2 5' w 4 nw 1 I ik .- 5. , .V x- f, 1, ,G . 'Q . 4 A1 fin. '+- .W .. U l fQ'i.fV 2, , 8' VJ wg, 34- , '1 I p V in i X .gkggg-Ewlff Q. F41 1 I .Xu Aff . . , YeahY A lump shot pays Off and two additional points pave the way for a hardwood victory. An attempt 3'?Eq?f2-1 A 1 FS. t Excitement mounts as opposing forces vie for the ball R V . 5' "Eel-if XS. if? 1 wx. ,, 1 'iw'-5 2, ' -: buy. "'Q.4-'-'Q2 9'f'i,J:ESf73::,1f:55!Z:-' ' ' -


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