Garden City Community College - Broncbuster Yearbook (Garden City, KS)

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A", 4' 1.1 ,., lil- Seasons changed and a new se- mester approached. Another round of pre-enrollment evolved into tlnal enrollment with more packets. N And still sounds and images were heard and seen. Echoes and reflections. mould' Before long, another year had come to an end. The hallways, once full of sounds and smiling faces, were again silent. But memories lingered. i 'fi : 2- , 'P' 'U wb- W' V WG!" uv- '--'1-In ,,,,,.,.,,.,wr.q-rw V -U - Memories that contained echoes of voices and reflections of faces. We'd only added another chapter to our book of life. Listen. Can you hear and see the echoes and reflections? Table of contents Theme ...... Dedication . . . Academics .. . Students .... Activities Athletics Special Events .... Campus Life .... Closing ....... Index ...... .1 12 14 40 66 90 112 130 136 138 JOHN COLLINS December 17, 1910-May 17, 1976 Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time. - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "A Psalm of Life" An area resident for nearly fifty years, John Collins, auctioneer and owner of the John Collins Agency, was truly a great man. Mr Collins was on his third four-year term as a member of the college Board of Trustees, on which he served as Chairman Also. he was a member of the governor-appointed community" college advisory council, It is with admiration and respect that we dedicate this 1977 BRONCBUSTFR to John Collins As stated in the Spring 1976, issue of the Endowment Association News. No man lives forever But men like John Collins leave a great legacy in their successes that affect lives in all the ye-arf. to mme i f I I :Elf I ! -, -x' mwmwww UE A Q ' Y V l lnvolved is only one of many adjectives which describe Dr. Thomas Saffell who assumed the position of President of the college after the resignation of Dr. Raymond Wamsley. Dr. Saffell showed an interest in the community, as well as the college, since he was formerly Superintendent of Garden City public schools. Dr. Saffell served students and faculty well during his tirst year. He took time to participate in student activitiesg he was receptive to other administrators and faculty members. It is with this kind of involvement that our college can continue to become an even greater institution of higher learning. CD Dr. Saffell explains a report to'Trustee Harold Kleysteuber. C25 Newly-elected President and his wife Ruth look forward to serving the community. . 1 ,V 5 - te a-W' . Q "4 i KJ ' ' fp gli, K fifth 1, , . . "i ' f i' In ' lik. 4. . 4 l - PJ ll "ii ' 'Lil 1. ' . .14 . i xia. Reading improvement is one of the areas handled by the special people on campus. Phyllis Hol- land releases news information to area news media, Roger Hamilton works with Learn and Earn Services, and Carol Ham and Eugene Schneider aid with math and reading skills. Q15 Mr. Eugene Schneider: 121 Mr. Rog- er Hamiltong C35 Mrs. Phyllis Holland Q43 Mrs. Carol Ham. 'Q its ,c.,, o .ll - ' Q, 'e .ati I 0 """ s. oo' 000.-I U 'llc 'Jo 5 Q I 'U "coo n . 9 , , . 1 ',, Ql:g.'.:Q..g:'.ue. :.l:ls' Q I' Q g .Q , I. UIQ' Q . U ..l.lg 'l.s.'u' ll' 5 noi ', Oo ,I in 2.-fr--'J I, V . - . , 1 fx? , .,' r 1-5 . 1 L, ' il. fry, gl 2 . . 0 J V A M Qin' 1 H K I X -J V , : , Q ' , f X - rzg,l , 3 . -ll!" H' N 111 Rudy Valenzuela: C21 Bryce Roderick Il: 133 Rob- ert Kissick: Q45 John Osborn. Enrollment is only one concern of the Deans and Counselors. These people are also in charge of scholarships and loans, CLEP exams, student enrollment re- ports, night courses and curriculum direction. Deans: C19 Mr. Larry Fowler, Admissions: C23 Mrs. Doris Nonken, Community Services, C31 Mr. Ron Hopkins, Student Services, C43 Dr. Asel Harder, Instruction. J .r jf? ,4..w r r v,.1u 7123 , -,, uf fsv""' Q15 Mrs. Beth Tedrow, Counselorg Q25 Mr. Ed Durr, Counselor: C33 Mr. Homer Salter, Direc- tor of Student Union. ima .Nix 154, 2 i"Tf-F F if 5, V. 'U ff any MM fl Typing is only one of the many tasks per- formed by the various secretaries on our campus. ln a sense, they also serve as telephone operators, mes- sengers, and sources of information for students, faculty, and adminis- trators when questions arise. CIJ Mrs. Emily Roach, Fine Arts, Mrs. Karen Anderson, Academics: Mrs. Rhonda Oliver, Science and Math, C25 Mrs. Bonnie Pomarico, Endowment Association: Miss Darla Barnhart, Deans of Instruction and Admissions: C35 Mrs. Ellen Alwin, Dean of Community Services, Mrs. Donna Noller, Dean of Student Services and Counselors: My Mrs. Bonnie Giles, Health Services Nurse and Nursing Department: Mrs. Lois Hanson, Vo-Techy C53 Mrs. Marla Lord, Printing Assistant. 'Mu Decorative bulletin boards that coincided with each passing season added to the library as students and faculty en- tered to either research information or read for personal enjoyment. 111 Miss Patsy Ruddick, Director of Library: C25 Mrs. Helen Scott, Clerk: C33 Mrs. Cather- ine Amos, Clerk-Stenop C45 Student Rhonda Fuller makes use of the lounge located in the lobby of the library. F' be ' X 44 Shortages in the sense of food may be felt with- in the future if those in agriculture are not given higher prices for their farm products. An old adage states, "Man cannot live by bread alone"g but unless improvements can 'be made to aid the farmer and others in agri-businesses, man may have to rely upon himself to supply his food. CU Mr. Ira Mann: C21 Mr. Martin Neff: Q31 Mr. Gale Seibert: C43 Mr. Kent Shaw: C53 Mr. Nor- man Staats. W ll ,.',lf.vu .ii S 4i.4 , Al , H V21 r' S- XJR I?-Ta ,K -N up 2 ,V :Jr Q -1-LP:-V ,-- -1" '-v,.-L- , y K Gi 5 l A , ,. 45- ,'.'f'5'5l'l'.,f wht 1:w,'a1 . ..., , V, , - A . ,V W, 5 LA, 7,1 ' - l 1 J, - Exactness in business and industry is needed by people working in industrial arts. lf a pattern or a blueprint is too small or too large, the end product will not be as planned. It is important that one is accurate in his or her profes- sion today so that completed pro- jects will meet or excel the desired standards. 111 fLeftJ Mr. Doug Foltzg 123 Mr. Ed Nicklaus: Q31 Mrs. Edith Jones: 443 CLeftJ Mr. Stan Smith: Q51 Mr. Darrell Nelsong Q63 CRightJ Mr. Gerald Hundley. nav-- ' 5 EV ,111 ':,:.,f.L5n . .6 i 'L .. i- IL vs t ,iw , ,'.' , - ,L ,ag 0. .JA ' rg D leis 'lr ' ., A .lf , if 7' Romance languages such as Spanish and French, as well as our own English language, are all part of the Human- ities department. The department studies languages and incorporates art to expand a person's view on the world. C11 Miss Jeanne Lambert: C25 Mr. Max Golds- berry: C33 Cay Father Miguel Villegasg fby Leanna Siler: MJ Mrs. Arleta Humboltg C53 Mrs. Mary Jo Gurley: C67 Mr. David Norlin. 4 . 5. - . Creativity allows an individual to express him- self in arts and crafts, musical abili- ties, acting abilities, and speaking abilities. Although many times peo- ple tend to think some artists are born with these talents, the artists must exercise their ability through repeated practice so their talent will develop to a greater degree. C15 Mr. Norman Radke: C27 Mr. Carol Ander- son: C35 Mrs. Gail Price: C43 Mrs. Gretchen Tiberghien, before September 23 and after September 233 C55 Mr. Bob Scott: C65 Mr. Lee Tiberghien. YN ""k Experience and education in the nursing field are needed'for those people, male and female, who are wanting to en- ter the nursing profession. The Nurs- ing Department has proven to be an excellent training center for pro- spective nurses, as a substantial percentage of the graduating classes of nursing students pass their state board exams to become registered. Q13 Ms. Geneive Henderson: 123 Mrs. Janice Kastensp Q33 Mrs. Donna Kennedy: 143 Mrs. Margaret Redetzke. ,aruba ii 42 2 W :' lf I i .1 A V 'ans ffg -4-1.-A ' ' N Jlffl-e. 1 s ve i- fl Niki. L Pai -:A y.,.g. .- ' 4 K. ,.14-Jvnqll Y ZA! , 1' g iw W l 1. l ,mr .. l 1 +.. 1 , 1 lv. l W r' i 'tllgliii . C15 Mrs. Ella Wiebeg C21 Mrs, Leona Adamson: Q35 Mrs. Mary Clark: C43 Mrs. Joann Eads: C53 Mrs. Sue Hyndman. Accuracy is important in any field of work. But accuracy is especially important in the field of business. People in busi- ness situations must be able to inter- pret financial information, record it, and understand it so that future re- cords are accurate. fly Mr. Cecil Davis: C25 Mr. Robert Carlson: C31 Miss Berniece Fry: C45 Mr. Tim Purcell: C55 Dr. Gareth Ruggles. Hp - -I w 5"'f" . ' if f4'.:f,,gf A A 31 . 1. . 'fy - f '13 Behavior shapes an individual. The social sci- ences - sociology, psychology, histo- ry, and theology - explore the be- havior of people to understand cur- rent trends. Past values many times shape the values of the present, ex- ploration helps individuals shape fu- ture values. CIJ Mr. Fayne Henson: C29 Mr. Eldon Cle- menceg C33 Mr. Joe Slobkog Q45 Dr. Clinton Humboltg C51 Mrs. Joyce Boone. Fi '-'51, 4 A. , Bicycle camping was added to the curricu- lum of the physical education de- partment. Other activity courses such as bowling, tennis, dancing, and racquetball, were offered also to help build a sound body as well as a sound mind. C15 Mrs. Betty Jo Johns, C21 Mr. Duane Chan- neil: C33 Miss Debbie Bray, C47 Mr. Moe Cot- ter. K ,fc use , - gps , ,, . . fm ' 5 : " " f"s'-fe ' - xi 4 Q ' -P'- ' , 1, fy J gfm ' 4' Z . N .li 1, - , V is. c Q U. uf 'E-. 5 f u 1 e E:-ij T53 we N,-ag. he , 1- ---' 44 rr: Application of military and police procedures is important for those in military and police science. During lecture time, students learn the various tech- niques and later apply these tech- niques through various drills. C15 Mr. Dennis Elamg 121 Sgt. Vince Castor- enag C31 Capt. Bruce Rayp C45 Mr. Paul Vice. --.... , Curiosity is an element present in man which causes him to search for answers in his complex world. Through scienti- fic studies, man can make his search, and through the application of his mathematical skills can he in- terpret the data of his findings. fly Mr. John Sims: C25 Miss Sandra Crumetg Q35 Dr. Gary Holmes: C45 Mr. Roscoe Waldorfg 151 Mr. Dale Meadorsg C65 Mr. Warren Fouse: Q71 Mr. Orland Aldridge: C85 Mr. Grant Rhodes. mm g -xmiiibiju mmihmmhhm mmumhwmonm I2 Cer Frltallc ff' - 7 3 9101112 Sm Eu EGU Tb Dy Hn Er Tm UND PII Am gm Bk cf Es x W -ri--ww - '- u w u , w vw -., v ' Hqixiw w , v- AU, M5.. Preparation for vocations is provided to those in secretarial science and Cosmetolo- gy. In both areas of study, students are allowed to study through practi- cal on-the-job training and theory. flj Mrs. Natalie Riemang C25 Mrs. Joan Pier- son: C33 Mrs. Helen Streetman. Recreational shooting and graphoanalysis were only two of the many courses of- fered in the night division. Night division courses allowed people who worked during the day a chance to extend their education and helped students who had a chance to take the course they needed. '31 X 8 li-as are - V : :J 1' . V - V-2':'HL 2-v. . ', ' . .:lh..-a YMM Q?-:Z E'-,lm D SDUWEEMWW-E SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Stacy Baker Secretary Gale Wolfe Treasurer Rita Garey , S.G.A. Alternate Brent Sinclair President Not pictured: Jeff Babcock, V.P. Don Eves, S.G.A. Rep. Mike Ackerman Amarillo, TX Fr. Patricia Acuna Garden City, KS Fr. Tim Adams Holcomb, KS Fr. Virginia Aguilera Garden city. Ks Fr. If aw . l ' Tim Algrim Garden City, So. A cynznla Anderson Garden city, KS so. .i- i ,f ,l7 ,, T Kelly Anderson Garden City, Ks Fr. ' 'xl -If f A - Q, 1 Sue Anderson Garden City, KS Sp. I Q AA Y ' Wanda Anderson Garden City, KS Fr. David Andres Alta Vista, KS So. John Andrews Pierceville, KS Fr. Hal Antholz McDonald, ks Fr, Robbln Antholg Mcoonald, KS So. Deborah Apodaca Garden City, KS Fr. snlrley Arellano Hugotbrl, KS so. Mark Artis Washington, D.C. Fr. Linda Ashton Garden City. KS So. Doug Atwell Liberal, KS Fr. Debbie Avila Garden City, KS Fr. Peggy Ayers Garden Clty, KS So. ,,.-.l 'Lf' el, air 'nw , J Q l j ' ,, , nr wig, r -.,..-- , , . 5--. L.-.ff rv' 'l V . ll ll E13 .. 'um ........J L..--1 4 ei A, .4,.l .l Q A ,Q 9 gh 4 ' is A .- . ite:-if 6, K i ,Q .5 l qv U 3 C9 - if C L15 X f nr 'Y R a' xv yx , Q, gif? LI ,l.'E'f'fi. .RZTALQ4 T' la H 31. l lr if - 1 'le' .A ffm. ff ' 11: ..,' -a " W E 1, in rib! E L , Ci nf'-.A f, .Q if in ' il- .mg 'I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Mark Giles President Cheryl Wayne Treasurer Susan Daniels Secretary Bill Prochazka Vice President Not pictured Ken Frey, S.G.A. Rep. Noel Ginest, S.G.A. Alternate Cindy Babcock Utica, KS Fr. Jeff Babcock Garden City, KS So. Dan Bacon Fowler, KS So. Lana Baier Garden City, KS Fr. Sandra Bailey Sublette, KS Fr. Bruce Baker Garden City, KS Fr. Delbert Baker Marienthal, KS Fr. Edward Baker Caldwell, KS. Fr. Joyce Baker Garden City, KS So. Laura Baker Satanta, KS Fr. Stacy Baker Garden City, KS So. Tammy Baker Marienthal, KS Fr. Troy Barber Garden City, KS Fr. Vera Barnes Garden City, KS So. Daniel Barnhart St. Francis, KS Fr. Darla Barnhart Garden City, KS Fr Mixer Barr Leoti, KS So. Jari Battin Ulysses, KS Fr. Juan Bazan Garden City, KS Fr. LaRae Bechtholdt Garden City, KS Fr Kathy Becker Garden City, KS Fr. Mary Jo Beckett Garden City, KS Fr. Shari Beckett Garden City, KS Fr. Jack Beery Cimarron, KS Fr. Doug Befort Hays, KS Fr. Gary Bell Wichita, KS Fr. Patricia Bell Garden City, KS Fr. Kay Bender Garden City, KS Fr. Jody Bennett Garden City, KS Fr. Jenny Bentley Hugoton, KS Fr. Deanna Berend Marienthal, KS So. Linda Berend Marienthal, KS Fr. Darla Berger Jetmore, KS Fr. Marla Berger Jetmore, KS Fr. Carolyn Betts Garden City, KS Fr. Julian Binns Scott City, KS Fr. J. R. Birkes Satanta, KS Fr. Lillie Bishop Holcomb, KS Fr. "Dear Abby: I'm beginning to feel enclosed. Can you tell me why?" Dixie Black Manter, KS Fr. Marie Blackburn Holcomb, KS So. Bill Blackmore Sublette. KS Fr. Robert Blair Satanta. KS Fr. Vera Blansett Garden City, KS Fr. John Blue Wichita, KS Fr. Greg Bond Hugoton, KS So. Lianna Bone Sublette. KS Fr. l i l l I Q1 l ,jig fa 1 f. n , as J Q Y : xl ' -1 - .1 L- .2 5' Wi . ' it , , . ,, 1 , f r . 1 Iv-H llllle - 'S r .fi-u .v A ul fan 'A ' l 'l ,W if F i l 3' 1-VT' 4' ?2::"- if ,if w g:-:-,J ,f , ,, , .f .il 1, 19:41-'-Y ,iiL,.1,. i, I 1- W' 17' . f' f' 'ww . 'J .11 lu " K-J '. , 'xiii ru .' 2' 'm r 'A V , .l + 1' ,gg F? ,.:, f., ,I X. I '. ', , A l yr 5 r 5565 ,:Q1'- X Q Brenda Boone Garden City, KS So. Matt Borden Medicine Lodge, KS Fr. Vanna Bothwell Garden City, KS Fr. Susan Bowers Garden City, KS So. Jim Brock Garden City, KS Fr. Carol Brown Garden City, KS Fr. Cyndi Brown Garden City, KS So. Donna Brown Meade, KS So. Julie Bruner Garden City, KS Fr. Larry Buckner Wichita, KS So. Terry Buckner Wichita, KS Fr. Mary Burden Belle Plaine, KS Fr. Pat Burgardt Garden City, KS Fr. Tim Burgardt Holcomb, KS So. Keith Burns Garden City, KS Fr. Rhonda Burrows Hugoton, KS So. Mary Bushnell Ulysses, KS Fr. David Buss Wichita, KS Fr. Brian Butler Ulysses, KS So. Todd Butts Garden City, KS Sp. Pam Byer lngalls, KS Fr. Ema Calderon Holcomb, KS Fr. Mark Callaway Peck, KS Fr. Tom Carlson Morganville, KS Fr, Allen Carmichael Meade, KS Fr. Shawn Carroll Garden City, KS Fr. Cari Carson Elkhart, KS So. John Carter Lakin, KS Fr. Dan Chandler Newton. KS Fr. Debbie Chappel Garden City, KS Fr. Kathleen Chesebro Garden City, KS So Lana Christensen Garden City, KS So Dean Clanton Garden City, KS Fr. Bill Clark Garden City, KS So. Gary Clark Lakin, KS Fr, Karen Clark Garden City, KS Fr. Boger Clark Hill City, KS So. Rhonda Clinesmith Rolla, KS Fr. Sheryl Cleutman Garden City, KS So. John Clymer Salina, KS So. Tim Cobb Garden City, KS Fr. Marie Cofin Dodge City, KS So. Bob Colburn Utica, KS Fr. Bill Coleman Garden City, KS Fr. Dennis Coleman Washington, D.C. Fr. Penny Coleman Garden City, KS Fr. Jeri Coley Ulysses, KS Fr. Mari Colwell Garden City, KS Fr. Marilynn Conrardy Garden City, KS Fr. Dan Cook El Dorado, KS So. Randy Coons Garden City, KS Fr. Vince Cordero Syracuse, KS Fr. Terry Cornelius Wichita, KS So. Chris Correll Satanta, KS Fr. Brenda Couchman Garield, KS So. Bob Coulter Gatsville, TX Fr. Jan Craig Garden City, KS Fr. Jon Craig Garden'City, KS Fr. Nancy Crase Garden City, KS .Fr. Veryl Crawford Wichita, KS So. Cheryl Cress Garden City, KS So. Tim Crough Salina, KS So. Maggie Cummings Syracuse, KS Fr. Barb Cundy Lincoln, KS Fr. , ix i . in -II- X ,fe in A..x ,fx I 1 ,A r i f K .ffm U ' . '-':'f""'2' ' 1 .4 . I 7 211. , .. ' x 'Yi fx xx Susan Daniels Johnson, KS Fr. Terri Daniels Johnson, KS Fr. Susan Danler Deerfield, KS Fr. Connie Dautel Goodland, KS Fr. Carlene Davis Garden City, KS Fr. Mary Davis Ulysses. KS Fr. Kirk Dearden Leoti, KS Fr. Sharon Dechant Garden City, KS Fr Tim Decker Satanta, KS Fr. Ron Degenhart Garden City, KS So Janie DeLeon Leoti, KS Fr. Dianna Deniston Scott City, KS Fr. Looks like this nursing student's child has A x found the solution to studying. 'Dv Danni Deyle Garden City, KS Fr. Susan Dickman Grinnell, KS So. Donnie Diehl Garden City, KS Fr. Joyce Diehl Garden City, KS Fr. Teresa Dieker Ulysses, KS Fr. Pam Dielman Ashland, KS Fr. Don Dietz Satanta, KS Fr. Cynthia Dillard Garden City, KS Fr. Cleda Dodge Dodge City, KS So. Angelita Doll Healy, KS Fr. Jim Doll Ingalls, KS Fr. Gloria Donaho Garden City, KS Fr. Deby Dougherty Garden City, KS Fr. Mark Douglass Garden City, KS Fr. Mary Dover Garden City, KS So. Jon Dowden Scott City, KS Fr. Robert Drees Garden City, KS So. David Drennan Winheld, KS Fr. "Only 152,783 hours of school left!" Gwen Drosselmeyer Garden City, KS So. Joan Durksen Ulysses, KS So. Ruth Dunkel Garden City, KS So, Pam Dunlap Garden City, KS Fr. Terry Earnest Garden City, KS Fr. DiAnn Easterwood Rolla, KS Fr. Aleta Eddy Coolidge, KS Fr. Jerry Eikelberger Scott City, KS Fr. Larry Elder Tribune, KS So. Joyce Encinias Garden City, KS Fr. Manuel Encinias Garden City, KS Fr. Christine Escalada Garden City, KS Fr. Phil Escareno Wichita, KS So. Erin Evans Macksville, KS Fr. Don Eves Sublette, KS So. Dwight Evinger Ingalls, KS So. , V Y of I T , 1' A L ,L -A h A I J ,i 1 1' M ' , A ' 5.x it -Q 1 .f- I: s' S .gill W " 3 4 ag l. i it ii lv i , i 1 "' l H .1 li , , 'l " l' fir.: , ' v - 1 f 'il i . , , 'iw' d 'i , , H243-A 1-, 7. i., .. , Y .1 11 l 1, i J. ! ff, if S ny' 1 I gg. .--. '77 Tl-LET rw f'V T-1. .I I A ,,.' i 2 mmf' ,F IJ rb Q Gif? Q3 r if ey ,l '55-5 'V' ,lib gi -.i . QW' V1 L 1 . KR Ti . ., I x 'F 4 ,. 'gil' s , V l '1iJ , w 4.4: A ' l ie, 5.10 'I fu X R QQ!" s' G i .1 . A- 1 -1 , ,eu in ,iz - V wx V- lv' i Q I 4' i N 5' ' 1 'J iii!" 1 ' . ,L ..'-' J" 1 1122-fn. 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Darcy Schneider Garden City, KS So. Jean Schreiber Garden City, KS Fr. Yarri Schreibvogel Garden City, KS Fr Jeff Schroeder Wichita, KS Fr. Alvin Schultz Garden City, KS Fr. Darrel Schwartz Alamota, KS Fr. Penny Schwerdfeger Collidge, KS Fr. Rick Schwindt Leoti, KS Fr, Mark Schweer Garden City, KS Fr. Jerry Scott Ness City, KS Fr. Paula Scott Wallace, KS Fr. Bobbie Scrivner Johnson, KS Fr. Janet Sears Garden City, KS So. Judith Shedd Garden City, KS So. Randy Shellito Phillipsburg, KS Fr. David Shrimplin Sublette, KS Fr. James Sims Denver, CO Fr. Brent Sinclair Garden City, KS So. Lance Sloan Garden City, KS Fr. Mollie Slover Garden City, KS Fr. Joe Smallwood Garden City, KS So. Barbara Smith Garden City, KS Fr. Carole Smith Garden City, KS Fr. Joe Smith Wichita, KS So. Luther Smith Pierceville, KS So. Marsha Smith Garden City, KS So. Eric Solze Garden City, KS Fr. Scott Somes Wichita, KS Fr. Marlyn Spare St. John, KS Fr. Merlyn Spare St. John, KS Fr. , , +2 sl y 4 4 ut 1 1 I div "" :'e ff, 7, .3 . N ' L I -Ll K-:'. H U. gr Q ,jig ,Lv " 1 'I-Q Q, " -I - ., vw Z 1.15 H' 5 :fl ,g , i s , '- " ' ' X "?f S-1 p , A 2 . .. L g f fx ,ia A ge . ' ' '. M , f Cl' ,f '-" ' Xa 4"'C,n':2 ,A ' M4m,',i ' f, 'A I ya ,I - . I K LL.: u 1 s 1 I , 5 ' XA , .r J I dp n S I 11 'il , A :QL ' 1 1 ' :wee Y "" L ,- " 'x rd nigh? . 75: 1 15159: . L L1 Y V :luv 4,.' My EL, . iid, ...I E .2 . 'Sf' ll 4 V ,1 .,., ,- 1, . , ,I 5 4 ,I 1 r J. ' N.. ' V -VA'-, i Y . f . ,, ' , ,gy ,.-fe , ' ' ', , . I X A , , 1 -J z I 1 V 1 , Q a if L r .A li y I ' N4 .- f':5 f,'fg'1 Eff-1131. -- 'Jim-.:., '.-. ,--:::1g-11 Ill! xiii? Q Ill ' 1 496, -5 3? 'f' ' T- . 21" 5 h N 4- F V '.: .1 r f V. I , fi Q , ID X15 1,-5 h in - I. X -r-ff' Y A ll., 'J :K X "5 '-1 4 X '1 ' ' A , ' N ' lf 7 ' Q15 ' wr , --x .f If . 1f,0 . 1 I TTB! J .J .. .Qi 'Q ' 1 N i if " -L f . 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Kim Werth Garden City, KS Fr. Bertie Wesner Ashland, KS So. Donna West Garden City, KS Fr. Rena West Garden City, KS Fr. Aaron Wheaton Lewis, KS Fr. Craig Wheeler Holcomb, KS So. Mary White Garden City, KS So. Wi-f - , fllfix , " . x .5 V- .fi i 1 . Xl ' -1 . - 4 I F I' "Q -in X I f g' X 3' ,, li f W . Q n 4 ' 4 ' -Jw. -1, ts' . FT ' , -'Qff-V 1' ' v 'FCE ff -Rl' :A 1 . 1--gi. 'lnfwuv - ., 1 A Y- , Lf ! AE ,' f i- al. 1 '21 - ' -- l't' , r Re? f, it-QL, V, ' I - 1 , .N li , I . 5 Sandi Whitman Garden City, KS Fr. .., . i 'l 1 ' ' sheuie widows Garden City, KS Fr. -buf," , , 'imiigii' ' 'Wu .4 ,N r , I i Randy Wiens Johnson, KS Fr. .fi E ' J. P. wnhardf Garden city, KS Fr. f lilly,-lf. i, ' 5 K M S ,,j '-5 " ' ' ' l , 3-519 . , K N. . . li- - N I J' j A t xg i Mn? , Wlxv, , MH. jim,-.-,-4 l N l,5rv. 'flhvv ll" , 571' -'31, L 1- ' V 4 -gr A UW? 'JL wil A? 39 . H Q i, K ,I 1 ,! F , FJ- if "ai f J ?iis'?J'5u -L 1 ' f A 4 v J, L il- 3 li YL LQ- ' V 'fa5,.l.C'1,ffi - ft. 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Zimmet Ulysses, KS So. 4,-mp 'wa- 1 iw! if Minnesota provided the sights for the Juco Players who traveled north during spring break. While in Minnesota, the group saw four plays, including "Anything Goes" and toured five theatres in Minneapolis. Some of the theatres toured were: Old Log Theatre, Northwestern Costume House, and Tyrone Guthrie Theatre. C15 Juco Players worked diligently on their "Short Branch Saloon." C23 Under special lighting we find fFront Row, Left To Righty Mark Hays, Pam Nicklaus, CBack Rowb Gwenn Harris, Arlin Powell, Mark Giles, Kyla Daetwiler, Rene Renick, Jeff Myers, and Bob Krehbiel. 139 Stacy Baker shows us her daz- zling smile. .. w- 1-as .a. -. I 4f'2',,' "Sf-i' af: Q35 'I Practices helped to make the cheerleading squad very successful. The girls gave their time and their talents to stage pep assemblies, make posters, and incite spirit. Q17 Becky Uhrich served as a cheerleader during the first semester. Q25 Alternate cheer- leader Betty Jo Ortiz aids Doreen in a cheer. 135 "This little piggy went to market." C45 The 1976-77 cheerleading squad consisted of: Carma Ragel, Pam Nicklaus, Dena Glover, Brenda Boone, Doreen Gerlach, Debbie No- vack, and Sherri Fenton. Zu" Sew ,Z i x, 1 ,I I Bible Studies and prayer meetings brought the members of the Campus Fellowship Association closer to each other. In addition, CFA members had lunch together during the week to in- crease their fellowship. . -.. at rfgfifff?-TA 'I ' , 4:i11i Q11 Front Row, Left To Right: Jeanne Deslong- champ, Kermit Penick, Jenny Bentley. Back Row: Bob Krehbiel, Dave Andres, Steve Gen- nette. C25 CFA proudly displayed its fall home- coming entry, C35 Member Mike Jones con- tributed much to CFA before moving to Den- ver. " WYUY IXV, 'tr' -ini?-n as R ' ifil-l.?? - 'l'?9'vffY.7:!Ff? -lieu iJA.,i'7'Lf "'-zu:--Lt-:. ', f vt- 1.-, - .M-t-t, ,vw J' 4. 5 Now in its sixth year, Women's Recreation Associ- ation has come a long way since its beginning. WRA was designed to pro- mote women's athletics, and has done so by supporting volleyball, basketball, track, cross country, softball, tennis, and the intramural program. , l l Q19 "I wonder whom l should give the basket- ball to this time." C21 Left To Right: Terri Dan- iels, Adriana Lopez, Connie Dautel, Colleen Watson, Rhonda Cline-smith, DiAnn Easter- wood, Chris Correll, Gigi Rowland, Kay Was- son, Debbie Novack, Pam Dielmang fTopJ De- anna Wilkerson, Penny Coleman. . Central Plains Region colleges brought a total of nearly 200 contestants for the elev- enth annual GCCC rodeo. The cow- boys and cowgirls competed for 56,000 in prize money, buckles, and team trophies. One member, Lea Sage, obtained national recognition by ranking third in the nation in barrel racing and fifth in Women's All-Around. OJ Front Row, Left To Right: Norman Staats, Adviser, Tammy Baker, Mary Burden, Dale Schadel, Dan McNett, Tom Lear, Dan Bacon, President, Larry Wassonq Back Row: Dan Horst, Lea Sage, Marla Berger, Darla Berger, Terry Thomason, Roger Reed. C23 "Gotcha now!" Q33 "Whoa, horse!!! Everyone else is at the other end of the arena!" f us--q,,,,, C13 "Never again will I listen to them when they say this horse is just like those me- chanical horses in front of grocery stores!" C21 "Which train should we rob next?" C33 "It certainly is a heavy critter!" Second prize trophy was awarded to hair stylist Rosalyn Funk and model Lianna Bone when four of the Cosmets traveled to Wichita for a styling contest. Under the direction of Mrs. Helen Streetman and Mrs. Natalie Rieman, the Cosmets provided their services to students, faculty and others in the Garden City area. Q15 Front Row, Left To Right: Angie Doll, Bon- nie Fine, Sandra Herrada, Eva Otero. Middle Row: Olivia Sandoval, Pat Pelnar, Lianna Bone, Dana Messerly, Yolanda Gonzales, Be- atrice Hernandez. Back Row: Carolyn Towns, Carolyn Miller, Shirley Adams, Rosalyn Funk, Debbie Sams, Barb Cundy. C25 Mrs. Rieman explains the art of cosmetology. QD 'If' 9 la- Q ? "5 Bloodmobile visits helped the nursing students exercise the training they received in their courses. Students go through in- tensive training in lecture as well as on-the-job training to prepare them for the nursing profession. fly Front Row, Left To Right: Linda Ash- ton, Pat Uthe, Pat Russell, Karol Hatfield. Sheryl Cloutman, Ginny Leopold, Back Row: Louann Reith, Jan Strickland, Gwen Drosselmeyer, Jon Kempton, Dot Merz. Cindy Anderson, Connie Foster Q25 Front Row: Shelley Schmidt, Fonda Osborn, Merry Neff, Verelynn Zimmet, Daphne Johnson, Mary Rose Rodriguez. Back Row: Linda Teubner, Marsha Smith. Peggy Ayers, Alna Towner, Vida Neufeld, Judy Shedd, Dorothy Hughes, Connie Lee. 3 I 4'-'ei it Mums and Concessions served as money-making projects for OEA COffice Education Associ- ationj and DECA fDistributive Educa- tion Clubs of Americaj. DECA mem- bers were again in charge of the bookstore, with Tim Tallant and Pat Morse serving as managers. This was the first year for OEA and the second year for DECA. Q15 OEA members, Front Row, Left To Right: Audrey Hopper, Cheryl Cress, Cynthia Stiles. Back Row: Joan Pierson, Adviser: Carlene Da- vis, Faylene Powell, Vera Blansett. Q23 DECA members, Front Row, Left To Right: Eliseo Alcala, Susan Kerr, Colleen Watson, Jim Hen- dershot. Middle Row: Jerry Morales, Sisto Ro- driguez, Bolo Leon, David Tabor, Pat Howard. Back Row: Pat Morse, Robert Carlson, Advis- er, and Alan Younger. ,- Y t . ,,:.y Spring MECHA Conference increased the activity of Chicano Students United. CSU also partici- pated in the Mexican Fiesta Parade and fall homecoming. 113 Chris Garcia and Vince Cordero were crowned Queen and King during the MECHA conference hosted in Garden City. C23 Front Row: Left To Right: Janelle Gonzales, Janie DeLeon, Carol Aguilera, Chris Garcia: Back Row: Liz Gonzales, Sabina Gonzales, Victor Otero. C33 Front Row: Betty Jo Ortiz, Sharon Oroscog Back Row: Ed Durr, Adviser, Vince Otero, and Vince Cordero, President. fi l, Disco equipment helped SGA to sponsor more disco dances without having to pay a disc- jockey fee. Second semester brought new faces to SGA, as many members transferred to four-year colleges after the fall semester. Besides disco dances, fall home- coming, and Winter Sports Festival, SGA sponsored the Bronc and Bron- cette awards, as well as being re- sponsible for the cannon and bell at home football games. 'Z Y-' if 99' .,..i aff 'N ,-x 1 A . -A 'gf C15 Dave Rupp and Mark Giles served as the "Ringer" and "Boomer" during the majority of the home football games. C25 Dan Bacon, Parliamentariang C35 Ron Hopkins, Sponsor: 141 Rena West, Treasurer. Ip.. .h.Q:- -i 3.--- 'R 1.5-S v -. 1 .4- CIJ Wayne Gipson, President, C23 Another ex- citing SGA meeting in progress. 435 Jeff Myers, Vice-President, C43 "I don't under- stand sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ... " C53 Deanna Berend, Secretary. 'K S ' is i s if .fgiinx .N Q 'j:'!.L'l A? WJ, fi bg, il-4 V V ' T11 Mailboxes brought messages from home to the stu- dents who lived in the dorm. The dorm furnished room for 60 women and 62 men who were supervised by Mrs. Elaine Sterling and'Mr. Homer Salter, with Mr. Rex Jones in charge of food services. QD "Where did everybody go?" C25 Dorm members relax while eating watermelon. New name and new faces came to the drill team during its first full year on campus. Named the "Bustline," the team performed during half-time at home football and basketball games. Members of the team were coached by Debbie Bray, physical education instructor. 419 "Hillel" 429 The Bobbsey triplets? 435 "rm on 'Candid Camera'?" Q45 "Next year we're trying out for the football team!" all W Western Kansas area colleges came to the choral clinic hosted by GCCC and under the direction of Eph Ely. This clinic al- lowed the singers to exercise their vocal talents when in either large or small groups. Other activities in which the sing- ers participated were: Veterans Day ceremony, College Vespers, and the "Messiah," as well as performances at churches and schools in the area. 1 it , ,Q , me-an-ouirgr.-.T 1 je! . C15 See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. C27 "Where's my piano tutor when I need him?" C33 Mike Castor from Baltimore entertained as the guest flugelhorn player during the spring concert. 43 fl D 1 '39 .ml , l 5- ,15 Q '59, 'L f' 1 .f, .Si .1 ' , "4 :. 5: .J Q J 'P.. E iii 3' .'5,'!Y we fl O 1 . liki- A . Jai C15 The 1976-77 Chonrg C21 The College Sing- ers. Both groups were dvrected by Carol An- derson and Gail Price Jazz and blues music lilled the Fine Arts Auditorium as the stage band presented its annual fall concert. The full band provided music be- fore and at halftime of home football and basketball games. Also, the band played host to the Northeas- tern Oklahoma band at the Beef Bowl Classic. .. N. .l lu-if .A r i A .1 ' so l 2 l Q11 "Let's see go to page 1Oq. Page l0q!?" C21 "A little to the right! Oops! Too far!" C31 Oh, that sweet blues music! 115 "And a one and a two and a three, four, five." C23 Look at that concentration!" C31 "l'm ready for my drum solo!" Q45 "Look at that man run!" Photographs and articles served as ways of capturing campus events published in the ROUND UP. Co-editors Bob Colburn and Karen Procious collaborated their ideas with adviser Jeanne Lambert and printer Ed Nicklaus to produce this biweekly publication. fly The Round Up staff consisted of: Bob Krehbiel, Alvin Schultz, Doris Goodwin, Sherri Revak, Bob Colburn: C23 Jeanne Lambert, Ad- viser: C31 Bob Colburn, Editor, works to com- plete the next issue. 'QS ni ri V 0 2 . 4 J '4-3" xt, gan! a ' nf- . ,J .-' " x Pencils and erasers were essential to the BRONCBUS- TER staff as each member put in many hours of work to complete pages for deadlines. A big "thank you" goes to each staffer and to our advisor, Mr. T., who made the office fill with laughter. CD Coming down on the slide we find: Kirk Olomon, Ron Degenhart, Don Lambertz, Ja- net Sears, Editorg Lee Tiberghien, Adviserg 129 On the merry-go-round are Kevin Heinrichs, Photographer: and Rita Garey. ' Western gunfights. dunking and kissing booths, roping contests, and "beat the polygraph" - all were a part of the carnival sponsored by Police Science in late April. Proceeds from the carnival went for scholarships. Q13 Police Science proudly displayed their shooting trophies. C21 Members of the Black and White Program were: CFront Row, Left To Righty Dennis Elam, Instructor: Bill Weilert, Donna Brown, Yarri Schreibvogel, Mike John- son. Back Row: Mike Plumer, Donnie Diehl Louis Rohlman, Terry Gropp. V i tl - Q .- I Q . ' ' lag -A X Y A Ava N5 is C-wit l if JA gifsliil N, ,,v -ff' ff ggi wi YW: A. J",.,: , X he-is si-wg if bi 'visgfd 11:5 L.. ""..,,Q,, ,, K' H6591-if f--fa' .aie l l. -, . . 9 '- ' - . x ' 1-v 1 . , . , , , . ' :I - ' L: 5 r 1 13 , L ' V 664. , V' 'L CX ij." A " .- 5? ' 'H:"". :L -'af 5.- z' 13 -"' -' 2 - 55, 'V,i'g,!W 7 ' j ' Yu . . 'L , "'. X? X' 4 . en! 1 ,firi r . . - :- - - i ' if ::,."' x ' ' Q.. 1 ' X ' - , , . 9. 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K zu.-'pw .Y if,-,ff ,aux-yZ'?'H?.f', "o, f' ' "" 4""f-'F . 1 3 Alf "-"1" ' ffl I . 2.1 -1' ' 2 ' is ,W qu . . . ,fx N, lkpwffywk , :Hag W O1 'A 'P-J' V' -Y ' ' f.',"' 1' ff' .V sr., A ,gt wa. .mi 'lf R ff , V . X .. Y M l . . . , A ffllnr, L f 'I , ' 53. Q -' ' 45 2 -'4 " 7' --M' all . iff? " as-. . , 2 si. Y W sei - . - an.. ' -,Q 3 , ll J . lx Q' A V-5-1-fi 5. ful 'Atkyg-. . ' 1.579 ,A 31. 'ii i if -2 -'-T4fi'?'f2f1fL.l ,-mfg' . if i f , ti ?5,..,S1f.Q:,-QA? ., N' p - i " , 'fyy Q wg' if i ' ,wifi fu i f Q-fm - ., pgs, -if. ' ,f.,,f"' , - Cv ae, , ' f"f-Ein?" 15. lfgrfpr A 2 -.ls . I ,Jun . ,Q 4 ,fx " :wi t -fit., . gal - - '- -fsxiiaw w.vlill.f .-L Q!! . Field training in New Mexico, rappelling in Oklaho- ma and Kansas, and orientation trips were all a part of the campus ROTC program. A major highlight was the opportu- nity to serve as the Color Guard for the Beef Bowl Classic. Q15 "This is our handgun. You ought to see our rifles!" Q23 "You think it's hard going down! You ought to try going up ll" C35 "All right everybody - push!" '- xi'- f5i'i'.'I1T?n LAY, Ig-r ,. f ff: ,"'f"-fha '. -",,f3- " h "1-..-5a1Q:'111:"" ..4-zu A -f- ,, . YW , ' ki- ' ' ' 'Y'-- M, '- ln M---.i.--5l u.. -- '.11fAi'cm-R O Ns i... '--S.-- M iii? "Ffh Air-'-ff13+l1lJf5i'5!"":M' Spring break vacation proved to be restful and exciting for the Broncbuster baseball team as they traveled to Arizona to play var- ious teams in non-league tilts. Both fall and spring seasons pro- vided good competition for this pre- dominantly college-experienced team. Q13 "This makes six bases I've gone around today!:" 125 Front Row, Left To Right: Mike Harris, Ron Leos, Scott Buck, Phil Ross, Rob Hampton, Kevin Gazaway, Bob Lang, Bill Wei- Iert, Mike Plumer, Mickey Kruleski. Middle Row: Dan Chandler, Marc Mathis, Arnie Reyher, Dan Cook, Joe Smallwood, Steve Krueger, Ronn Reynolds, Pete Thibeault, Dan St. Clair, Calvin Hill, Joe Slobko, Coach. Back Row: Bob Madrid, Andy Flint, Monty Marlin, Bruce Baker, Kevin Suelter, Jeff Schroeder, Larry Friend, and Ryan Engle. :ai flj "Just as soon as he turns his back, I'm going to second." 125 Marc Mathis stares in- tently onto the diamond. 435 "Over home plate you'lI go!" C41 "Gotcha! You're out!" ,I-"" Q55-,. - W if A2112 W. - 2 3 Beef Bowl Classic victory helped to end the football season in a very positive way. Because of ill- ness among players during the be- ginning ofthe season, the Broncbus- ters suffered two discouraging set- backs, losing each contest by two points. Then the Broncs increased their record to 7-2 with a seven game winning streak, giving them a berth in the Beef Bowl Classic. Robert Robertson, running back from Barberton, Ohio, was named to the NJCAA All-American team. Jay- hawk Juco Conference team selec- tions were Willis Tompkins, Ryan En- gle, and Doug Streit. Q17 "l don't think I want to go this way after all." Q27 fFront Row, Left To Righty Doug Streit, Ronn Reynolds, Rich Holman, Tim Carver. Steve Gorges, Terry Cornelius. Rob- ert Hanks. Mike Byers, Calvin Hill, Ron Ger- man, Kirby Vernon, Terry Garrett. fMiddIe Rowl Brian McNeeIy, Ryan Engle, Greg Fletcher, Marty Hanks, Jeff Randall, Rich Har- baugh, Todd Robinson, Mixer Barr, Scott Somes, Reggie Williams, Jerry Madlung, Rob- ert Robertson, Gary Bell. qBack Rowj Mike Friede. Andy Mattison, Jim Harris, Carl Rick- etts, John Blue. Darrell Oakley, Daryl Kent, David Buss, Kent Robinette, Willis Tompkins. Mike McAIpine, James Brown, Richard Heter. Erron Dillingham. ' i: . , .- ' -N4 .1 1: .W ,J 3,51 xr' ' clk E 7? .0 F QF' ia .Af-ffl qv A." A . 1:.,L if 6 1.4 1 Q, I H4 fix. Hz if Us ii. 'Q Gy U no ? 1,!Jx,,N 3 , 1-ffv ' vt A , , "?',',l'7, fl I Ll 1 K I Teamwork aided netters in each of their matches as they competed during the season and hosted the annual tournament in early November. 113 Colleen prepares to set up the volleyball for Terri. C25 Has Deanna grown two more legs and one more arm? Q33 "Over you go!" Q45 "lt has to come down sometime!" C55 Three hands is better than just two. U Invitation to nationals highlighted the 1976 Cross Country season for three runners. Mark Luna, Gary Livingston, and Erin Ran- kin competed at Farmingdale, New York, in mid-November where they were clocked for their best times of the season. As Coach Aldridge stat- ed in the Garden City TELEGRAM, "Being able to qualify three GCCC L ll.-1. munrr-uaiuimnu-mr.: su freshman for national cross-country is quite an accompIishment." Al- though the entire team missed going to nationals because of one point at the Region VI qualifying meet, over- all they did fare well. Other team members were: Merlyn Spare, Mar- lyn Spare, Randy Shellito, and Ran- dy Morgan. Clj Randy Morgan runs to the finish line. C23 "You can't get me to run to Alaska!" C35 Members of the squad were: Clfront Row, Left To Righty Gary Livingston, Erin Rankin, CBack Rowj Merlyn Spare, Mark Luna, and Marlyn Spare. Sixth place national . finish came to Joe Williams and Larry Buckner at the national tour- nament held at Worthington, Minne- sota. David Drennan, Gary Bell, Buckner, and Williams all qualified for the national meet after placing third or higher in their respective weight classes at the regional meet in Colby. Coaches Darrell Nelson and Doyle McGraw commented that the num- ber of wins this season was greater than the number of wins of some of their past seasons combined. Q15 "I won!" C25 "My name isn't Mac, so don't attack!" C31 "Don't come any closer!" C11 "They were sure right when they said this was quick-drying glue!" 121 Members of the 1976-77 squad were: CFront Row, Left To Righty Joe Smith, Ron Wagner, Doug Atwell, Brian Butler, Terry Buckner, Phil Escareno, Larry Buckner: CBack Row, Left To Righty Coach Darrell Nelson, Ken Gorges, Mike Mea- dors, Joe Williams, Marty Foltz, Dan Barnhart, Gary Bell, David Drennan, Asst. Coach Doyle McGraw. McVey and Winter combined to produce the second place doubles team in the sub-re- gional tournament held at Barton County. Betty Jo Johns served as coach for the netters. C13 Front Row, Left To Right: Michel Winter, Brenda Boone, Lana Baier. Back Row: Tamie McVey, Pam Dieiman, Vera Barnes, Q25 "Hope I don't hit my hand!" C31 "It sure is a long way over there!" 1 ,. ,V v X v..,I nk , if il' Wil ffm , 1,115 mwllfx ,.: S xg, . A-1- Vivacious and lively 2 were two adjectives which described 3-1, the fast-pitch softball team. The team, dominated by freshman, com peted mainly against four-year col Ieges from the area. Betty Jo Johns served as coach. --en.w,,. -z-:4'- ,,,. .1 : , . v , --vi' - ' -1.1"""1'3"'n 1 11 1 . S-I 3 'gym - v--x L -.,Lgf1+": Q11 "Home at last!" Q25 Front Row, Left To Right: Jolene Goscha, Gigi Rowland, Veronica Garcia, Donna Perez, Julie Bruner, Deanna Wilkerson, Dianna Deniston. Back Row: Betty Jo Johns, Coach: Linda Berend, Debbie No- vack, Terry Hutman, Terri Daniels, Tami McVey, and Connie Dautel. C35 "Look out, Hank Aaron!!!" 'i 101 Momentum was gained on the women's basketball squad this year although only two sopho- mores were on the squad. Connie Dautel from Goodland and DiAnn Easterwood from Rolla led the team in points and rebounds. Debbie Bray served as coach. C15 Coach Bray explains strategy while DiAnn and Deanna enjoy a cool drink of water. 121 "The basketball is stuck to my hands!" C35 "Where did they all go?" . g, :S f S Jil -ll'-"-9' an , - - Tili- ' an .5 f -,QQ Vv. ,N 1 u-ii wi. ' 'H w, A 2 ,r f ' pa, C13 1976-77 squad: Gigi Rowland, Terri Dan- iels, Kay Wasson, Chris Correll, Penny Cole- man, DiAnn Easterwood, Deanna Wilkerson, Kathy Herod, Rhonda Clinesmith, Connie Dautel. C23 "Ha! Ha! Beat you to it!" C35 "In the basket you go!" The look of determination was in the eyes of the basketball squad as they went through a dis- couraging season. Lack of college experience plagued the team, as only four members returned from last season. However, Garden City men continued to rank in the confer- ence in individual efforts throughout the season. 111 A surprised look seems to be on the faces of Dale Hammerschmidt and Gary Hodgkin- son. Q23 "Look into my eyes!" C31 "That bas- ketball has to come down sometime!" . 1 'K-.. i ,nv , Q' M261 SU 45 's 1 .J ,.,.-- f 6 . "'J'x 'Ecco 2.- S B E 5' V 1 iii' :se Q' fi if U Q15 "l can put both of my hands in the air at the same time!" C21 "I can jump higher than you can!" C33 "Hot potato!" C41 The 1976-77 Broncbuster basketball squad consisted of fFront Row, Lett To Righty: Tim Crough, Gary Hodgkinson, Kirk Hemmert, Jerry Rietcheckg CBack Rowj Darnell Hamilton, Mike Friede, Dale Hammerschmidt, Jerry McNeill, Doug Befort, Orland Rosell, and Dave Pauley. X . Q- Q 'I . , uv ' ,y ' is ' KJ A "i ll i he-v-Sv L ? B E 04' i 4 l 4D 0 l .fi K 1- .Ew f y 54 'Q' it l 'i"VV :i ii li iir' Pasadena housed the tracksters who qualified for the national outdoor track meet held in Texas. The tracksters had a very successful season, as they placed first in the Jayhawk Juco Confer- ence and second in regional compe- tition. - .wi is I . J l .u,,.., ,2- , - 1 .-rf,,,vx. V '-4 J J- ,,.,, Q, 115 "This makes only 5,750 miles that I've run today!" C23 The track squad consisted of: fFront Row, Left To Righty Greg Bond, Rick Schwindt, Pete Hornbeck, James Beck, Gary Livingston, Jerry Madlung, Dave Pauley, Erin Rankin, CBack Rowj Tom Carlson, Ron Ger- man, Merlyn Spare, Kyle Lopez, Lloyd Jeremi- ah, Andrew Shoemo, Lloyd Moon, Marlyn Spare, and Mark Luna. C35 The look of con- oentration is on the face of Tom Carlson. -gy-er l Q15 Women's track team consisted of CFront Row, Left To Righty: Kay Wasson, Adriana Lo- pez, Penny Coleman, CBack Rowj Suzanne McGinn, Kathy Herod, and Colleen Watson. Q21 Veryl Crawford concentrates before mak- ing his jump. C31 Trackster Suzanne McGinn also participated in Women's Cross Country during the fall semester. C45 "You take the baton - I don't want it!" , , ,ev -. ,ffl 1 . Q fir tivo ' Sports from Ding DONE to volleyball, to basketball were of- fered in the intramural sports pro- gram. These activities allowed male and female students to compete with other students. At the end of the season for each sport, trophies were given to the first place team members. Q11 "Give it here! lt's mine!" C25 "Keep away!" C31 "Where did they all go?" ' 3 all . N---.aff Q 'lf' - mu -- M il .1--qmsv SQ WS, iw? J ' -vi Q15 "lt's full of helium!" C25 "First one to the other side of the gym wins!" C35 "Look out Jabbaraifln Men S ports C O I' 9 b O 3 r d Basketball GARDEN CITY OPPONENT SCORE 65 58 67 61 82 63 48 73 61 86 51 65 58 58 55 58 64 67 56 56 70 84 Colby 80 Tourney at Amarillo Tourney at Dodge City North Platte McCook Lamar 68 Air Force Prep 59 Air Force JV 7 4 North PLatte McCook 77 Lamar 70 Hutchinson 79 Dodge 76 P7311 77 Barton County 77 Butler County 84 Seward County 61 Hutchinson 114 Pratt 71 Dodge City 68 Barton County 90 Seward County , 80 Butler County 101 Regionals at Hutchinson Nationals at Hutchinson Wrestling GARDEN CITY OPPONENT SCORE 22 21 18 13 17 44 First 27 Third 30 Second 38 29 12 Univ. of North. Colo. - GC Tourney - NEO 18 Crowder 16 Parsons 19 Neosho Tourney - Colby 21 McCook 27 Dodge City 3 Sterling Tourney Claremore 19 Dodge City Tourney Oscar Rose 15 Tonkawa Tourney Dodge City 11 Northern OK 18 Northeastern CO 39 Regionals Nationals Spring baseball fGarden City score is firstj OPPONENT Colby Colby PSU PSU SMOP North Platte North Platte Dodge City Dodge City Chadron State Chadron State Seward County Seward County Pratt Lamar Lamar Lamar Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Trinidad Marymount Marymount Hesston Hesston SMOP SMOP Dodge City Dodge City Hutchinson Hutchinson Seward County Seward County Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Pratt Pratt Pratt Colby Colby Regionals Region Vl Playoff Central District Tourney Football GARDEN CITY 0pp0NENT 19 Highland JC 21 Independence 35 Cowley County 27 Pratt 23 New Mex. Mil. 14 Dodlge City 40 Air orce rep. 24 Hutchinson 40 Butler County 0 Coffeyville 16 Ft. Scott 28 Beef Bowl SCO RE 3-2 4-1 1-0 5-4 1-7 3-0 12-7 6-3 1 1-0 1 1-1 7-4 6-1 7-5 9-8 3-2 3-9 2-8 5-4 5-3 6-1 7-2 12-4 1 -2 3-5 7-2 10-2 7-9 14-1 6-O 6-1 2- 1 2 0-1 5-1 0-4 4-1 6-3 19-9 7-3 7-2 2-6 4-3 4-3 8-2 7-8 3-4 First First SCORE 21 23 O 10 8 0 12 20 10 38 31 13 QNortheastern Okla.j Fall basebal OPPONENT Barton County Barton County Barton County Seward County Seward County Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Lamar Pratt Pratt Pratt Cloud County Cloud County Seward County Seward County CGarden City score is firstj E Cross country MEET Garden City Meet WSU Barton County KSU Colby Hutchinson Marymount Region Vl - Wichita NJCAA Meet - Farmingd Track MEET National Indoors South Plains Jr. Coll. Texas Tech Colby Dodge City WSU Hutchinson Garden City Relays KU Relays Conference-El Dorado State Juco-Hutchinson Nationals-Pasadena, TX USTFF-Wichita Uuco Div.J ale, SCOR 1-0 2-12 3-2 1-3 5-3 4-1 2-1 6-7 0-6 3-2 7-3 2-1 4-9 4-3 4-3 8-2 Rained out Rained out 1-3 5-3 PLACING Second Fourth First Third First Third Second Fourth N.Y. PLACING Tenth First First Second Second First First Second Ten n is-Fa ll CGarden City score is listed 6rst.J OPPONENT SCORE Barton County 2-7 Central College 4-4 Dodge City 5-1 Dodge City Tourney Fifth Ft. Hays 1-8 Hutchinson --- Barton County Tourney Third Central College 4-5 Ft. Hays 1-8 Tennis-Spring MEET PLACING Barton County Tourney Third Barton County and Dodge City Second Seward County and Pratt First Pratt Invitational Second Hutchinson invitational Third Dodge City Invitational Third Barton County Invitational Third Hutchinson and Dodge City Second Sub-Regional Tourney Second Regional Tournament National Tournament Volleyball tGarden City sco OPPONENT Hesston Dodge City McCook Seward County Cloud County Central of McPherson Ft. Hays SMOP Seward County Seward County Panhandle State Highland North Platte McCook Colby St. John's College Hutchinson Butler County Dodge City Panhandle State Seward County Hutchinson Pratt Seward County re is listed first.J Softball CGarden City score is listed Hrstj OPPONENT SCORE Ft. Hays 1-21 Ft. Hays 7-17 SMOP 7-12 Cowley County 6- 7 Cowley County 2- 3 Panhandle State 22- 4 SMOP 0-13 Ft. Hays 0-10 Ft. Hays 1- 9 Cross country DATE PLACE September 10 McPherson September 17 Wichita October 16 Oklahoma University SCORES 10-15, 1-15 3-15, 5-15 2-15, 0-15 10-15, 15-9, 8-15 2-15, 15-7, 2-15 15-11, 0-15, 9-15 1-15, 2-15 1-15, 2-15 14-16, 3-15 13-15, 15-1, 8-15 4-15, 15-17 13-15, 11-15 8-15, 0-15 1-15, 2-15 2-15, 5-15 3-15, 13-15 3-15, 3-15 5-15, 15-12, 14-16 16-18, 1-15 11-15, 5-15 10-15, 14-16 4-15, 3-15 7-15, 6-15 15-9, 15-11 Women S ports C O l' G O 8 l' Track DATE PLACE March 29 Colby April 1 Dodge City April 8-9 Wichita State Relays April 12 Barton County April 15 Hutchinson April 18 Garden City April 22-23 Kansas University May 7 Regionals At Hutchinson May 20-21 Nationals At Dodge City Basketball Warden City sco OPPO ENT St. Mary's JV's Colby Lamar Hutchinson Lamar Hutchinson Dodge City West Texas State Pratt Friends Bible College Cloud County Seward County St. Mary's JV's Friends Bible College Pratt Dodge City Colby Seward County Sub-Regionals Regionals Nationals re is listed 11rst.J SCORE 58-36 50-48 55-31 39-74 41 -81 65-83 44-70 74-24 60-29 72-58 21264 77-64 Coty L! 1 W 'zz I . ' s . 1 . C I Ee E Q1 9. 4:-2 X 0-'1 - r f. 3" , 5: gf Xa f"5 U A 1. 1' - X. I X 1 . 5 . 3 5 .3 K' '-,g -M " ' aw J. W' f -2- 'A x , 4 . ' . 3 1' 5 - . i ' 'V 1 ' 4 A -' ,gIj.!E?'N:. . Mft L ' -LJ fl: '7' ' 5 iff 7515 ' 'pil' .V ' . ,, -- 1 ,, ' -V w I '1 !T'f , ,- :....-., 2 r . an AH fu vf , ,, W.: -J :i-is J-nj '-HJWQW 1 . A...-,.,-.-L -a ,,,.. . T . , B V . I 52. 9' 553.31 " ,hy 'infix l ' ' "':'T':sS ..'f'-227 ,, HL-. .J , . ,H nf., .,.c- --nf DIWY' K W Student voting narrowed fourteen prospective queen candi- dates to five finalists for Fall Home- coming Queen. Escorted by Mike Young from Wichita, Pam Byer was crowned Queen by President Tom Saffell. Finalists for the queen were: Q15 Becky Uh- rich, a sophomore from Garden City, repre- senting the BRONCBUSTER staff: 425 Pam Byer, a freshman from Ingalls, representing Cosmetology, Q31 Carma Ragel, a sophomore from Garden City, representing the Sopho- more Classp C43 Kim Martinez, a sophomore from Lakin, representing CSU: and C55 Susan Bowers, a sophomore from Garden City, re- presenting Broncbuster Band. S N9 -x 'WS' ,W 'bturggq 3m ...X I - x I 2 X :va , '1 f .. . ,L A , ,. 45' W.:- ,..., . r W.. --, I ng. A, 7 -62 '41 2 Jn, 1 A t u x 4 af. ta. From group of twelve Sports Festival Queen. Bren Boone was crowned queen dur' halftime of the Garden City-Prl basketball game. came the five tlnalists for the Wirr I the nommee of the Rodeo Club. C25 nominee of Band was Marla Berger, a fr man from Jetmore. ill Rena West. a Garden City freshman, l ' 1 ' e F ,A QQ Ei 5 Q, fx. 1: P r if 4 I . in 'Qi K A if 'S ylifff Q. K 'ff ' ,' I Campus displays which centered around the theme "How the West Was Won" brought about a great amount of involve- ment by students, faculty, and ad- ministrators during fall homecoming week. Activities included a "Brown and Gold Day," a "Phrase that Pays Day" and a "Western Outfit Day." The week was rounded out by exhib- its built by various campus organiza- tions. flj Lambda Alpha Epsilon won second prize with their display entry. Q25 Faculty and ad- ministrators such as Dr. Gary Holmes, Dr. Tom Saffell, and Mr. Dennis Elam put forth much effort in making the campus look "Wes- terny" during Western Outfit Day. f3J Smiles bedecked the faces of Queen Pam Byer, her escort Mike Young, and flower girl and crown bearer Nancie and Matt Turner. C45 The "Short Branch Saloon" built by Juco Players captured first prize in display competition. --anis .galir -I, 40" ,ia ae- V . 7?lwm am . I' - .ia 1 -j j E h il ii jg p l l 'Y V. , 'l ffl, . i fl ll f I ff til Mardi Gras served as the theme for the Winter Sports Festival held in February. During Festival Week, various activi- ties such as "Hug-A-Buster Day" and "T-shirt Day" were held. Bridget Rhoades and Ben Tiberghien served as flower girl and crown bearer for the Coronation ceremony. C13 Music for the dance was provided by "Wil- lie and the Poor Boys." Q23 The Winter Sports Festival Queen surrounded by her court. C33 "Who ate all of the cookies?" 'E . .. gr-X 'fri '.E,' 5. :QA K 8.1" i l i f i i Q . -. 5911? -Ig . f fi 1-ij vii -F X hx. ' J Gian i . .ganna V 3 'rr' i f -45,1 views- ii, M . Choreography and live music helped to make the presentation of "Godspell" in late February an even greater success. Many hours of re- hearsal were put into the production by cast, crew, musicians, and direc- tors Gretchen Tiberghien, Norman Radke, Gail Price, Debbie Bray, and student director Gwenn Harris. Two other student-directed plays were staged Hrst semester. those being "Louder - I Can't Hear You!" and "But Listen!" f1J"Why me?" C21 "What do you mean? You actually put prune juice in the beer can?" C33 "I can walk. l can talk, I can ride my bike around the block." All i I X l xl ,f - . f .,. ,1 , I, ,A f. 1., ,H V 'jf I A , fx fl! xl' 5g,i3f.ryE.w ii 3 .. I ' av 'W Q , vga' ' "jf '. A . 1 ., .,.. Mgt., , N, ,.,--1, - . I-.g., 1 an 's Agf.. 5 l A gg. J. 5, N jraqg .-"4 5 az, f. 'JIM . .-Z Q35 ,-,S we 551' 7 W. h I lv. fi Thirteen may be unlucky but not for the thirteen students who were nominated for WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- CAN JUNIOR COLLEGES. These stu- dents were selected from faculty nominations on the basis of leader- ship, involvement, future potential, and citizenship. C15 Dan Speer, Brenda Boone, and Dan Ba- con: C23 Gale Wolfe and Vicki Lobdellg C35 Barb Wasinger and Pat Morse. as r ' , :-- 'F'-f'3Q.,' 'U 15.41 I 2 .11 .3 Y. 'F fly Becky Uhrich and Wayne Gipsong Q21 Rog- er Reed and Janet Sears: C31 Robert Koets and Deanna Berend. Students nominated the candidates for Bronc and Bron- cette for each eight weeks. The nominations were then read in an SGA meeting, and voted upon by members. At the end of the year, a Bronc and a Broncette of the year were chosen. 111 Roger Reed and Deanna Berend were sec' ond eight weeks recipients, whiie 123 Bill Pro- chazka and Janet Sears were recipients for the irsi eight weeks. fx il L. ,A ' , 'M' +'l--ww-..,,,. ,Sgr ji 4.9 K5 'QQJ ,li 'QW Qc., of .ivfs-.:H.. . A ,-f.. :L A- From group of twenty-eight came the five men and five women who received the Distinguished Stu- dents Awards. Students voted upon DSA at an assembly during SGA elec- tion week in March. DSA was spon- sored by SNEA and SGA. Q15 Mike Friedeg Q25 Stacy Bakerg C33 Dan Ba- con: C45 Jeff Myersg C51 Susan Bowers. 'E ' J .aka ..., N ..- . . . .64 ' . il:-3 Yi-.it A4 Am- .X Hlgtxgg. L -. .,f - ,Zi . v' 'i - .245 ' . is . 'A ' "rn, 377251 . ,. 'i M! P, .,, ings.- . lil ' K . , 2 'ff' -' , 'J,-1.--iw I -an e., 'f' 4 W 'Y QR A 5 I ' -' 1' 9 I ,Y l Q D' -Pefgusn. ,. a ,lx eq n... itz! 5 ,, .A is 5 ,, hx I' 4 L ' '! - ' -. - .r- in if 1 5 x 2 t t , Q. 5 5 K-, A 4 if .N C11 Deanna Berendg C23 Roger Reed: C39 Bren- Lv? .-.Qa"?m da Boone: f4J Pat Morsep C53 Janet Sears. K1 3 I 7' 1 5- 1 I There were times when: C17 People such as Deanna Berend suddenly became verfycam- era shy. C27 Victory was always a -wonderful time. C31 Students hoped that Mr.'Whi'ppIe wouldn't catch them. ll- . .. l Q11 "If it looks like an octopus, it must be an octopus." 427 "Want to play hopscotch?" C35 "I've heard of gray, pink,, and white ele- phants, but a green one?!" 1976-77 was a time when: C13 Carma Ra- gel went to the rescue of an injured Ctrij cycle rider. C23 Mark Giles and Jeff Myers found the clothes they always wanted UD from Mrs. Tiberghien. Q33 Yarri Schreibvo- gel, Steve Neely, Donnie Diehl, and Terry Gropp brought back memories of a town shoot-out. This year brought: C13 Ralph Nader to speak on consumer protection: Q27 "Firebird Suite" to be performed by the.dance students: C31 The dedication of the vocational building to John Collinsg and Q45 The title "Distinguished Educator" to Grant Rhoades, chosen by SNEA. Pam, TU' . i 1 A ,, l- '- , ,.1 nv 3 , ius. ' Success came in a variety of ways as C13 Doug Be- fort was named "All-Conference" and C25 Lea Sage won the title "All- Around Cowgirl" for the Central Plains Region. C33 Kay Wasson and Penny Coleman and C47 members of the track team earned a berth in the national juco track meet. C55 DECA member Colleen Watson was a fina- list in national competition, and C65 the baseball team won the Kansas championship. G CC. C x Emotions were varied as the organist began to play "Pomp and Circumstance." For some, this degree was only the foundation for more years of college, while for oth- ers it meant the beginning of a pro- fession. There was relief, joy, tears, laughter, and a little bit of pride for what each had accomplished. C11 The guest speaker at commencement was Congressman Keith Sebelius from Norton. C25 "I wish someone would turn off the wind ma- chine!" C3j "You think you have a rough life! This is the sixth graduation I've attended - tonight!" F'-f--4 T ibi- There were times when I won- dered if this book would be a reality, especially when deadlines and graduation grew nearer. But, here it is - a completed project. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. T3 and thanks to the staffers who really cared about getting this book done: Rita Garey, Don Lambertz, Kirk Olo- mon, Ron Degenhart Cgood luck with the '78 Broncbuster lj and Kevin Heinrichs Cwe met the deadlineslj Thanks also to my family, who wait- ed many suppers so I could eat with them. And, to Roger, t.y.f.y.p.a.u. Especially, though, thanks to each of you who made GCCC happen. - Janet Sears, Editor Photography credits: Jeff Babcock: pictures 1, 2, and 3, page 89. Bill Clark: picture 1, page 21. Ron Degenhart: picture 2, page 87. Marla Lord: picture 1, page 72. Ed Nicklaus: picture 2, page 72. Dave Rintoul: picture 2, page 94. All other photography was taken by Kevin Heinrichs, 1977 Broncbuster photographer. The people on the cover are Lea Sage Con "Cotton"j and Dan Horst Con "Moon"J. INDEX Acuna , Pat .. 42 Ackerman, Mike .. 42 Adams, Shirley Csee Stewart, Shirleyy Adams, Tim .. 42 Adamson, Leona .. 31 Aguilera, Carol .. 77 Aguilera, Virginia .. 42 Alcala, Eliseo .. 76 Aldridge, Orland .. 36 Algrim, Tim .. 42 Alpers, Pat .. 109 Alwin, Ellen .. 24 Amos, Catherine .. 25 Anderson, Carol .. 29 Anderson, Kelly .. 42 Anderson, Sue .. 42 Anderson, Wanda .. 42 Andres, David .. 42, 70 Andrews, John .. 42 Antholz, Hal .. 5, 42 Antholz, Robbin .. 5, 42 Apodoca, Deborah .. 42 Apodoca, Francisco .. 22 Arellano, Shirley .. 42 Artis, Mark ., 42 Ashton, Linda .. 42, 75 Atwell, Doug .. 42, 99 Avila, Debbie .. 42 Ayers, Peggy .. 42, 75 Babcock, Cindy .. 43, 68, 81 Babcock, Jeff .. 4, 35, 43, 89 Bacon, Dan .. 43, 72, 78, 79, 124, 128 Baier, Lana .. 43, 100 Bailey, Sandra .. 43 Baker, Bruce .. 6, 43, 92 Baker, Delbert .. 43 Baker, Edward .. 43 Baker, Joyce .. 43 Baker, Laura .. 43 Baker, Stacy .. 42, 43, 68, 122 128 Baker, Tamara .. 43, 72 Ball, Charles .. 22 Band .. 84, 85 Barber, Troy .. 43 Barnes, Vera .. 43, 100 Barnhart, Dan .. 43, 99 Barnhart, Darla .. 24, 43 Barr, Mixer .. 43, 94 Battin, Jari .. 43 Bazan, Juan .. 43 Bechtholdt, LaRae .. 43 Beck, James .. 106, 107 Becker, Kathy .. 44 Becker, Marie .. 22 Beckett, Mary Jo .. 44 Beckett, Shari .. 44, 133 Beery, Jack .. 44 Befort, Doug .. 44, 105, 136 Bell, Gary .. 44, 94, 99 Bell, Patricia .. 44 Bender, Kay .. 44 Bennett, Jody .. 44 Bentley, Jenny .. 44, 70 Berend, Deanna .. 43, 79, 89, 125, 126, 127, 129 Berend, Linda .. 4, 44, 101, 127 Berger, Darla .. 44, 72, 81 Berger, Marla .. 44, 72, 81, 118, 121 Betts, Carolyn .. 44 Binns, Julian .. 44 Birkes, John .. 44 Bishop, Lillian .. 44 Black, Dixie .. 44 Blackburn, Marie .. 44 Blackmore, Billy .. 28, 44 Blair, Robert .. 44 Blansett, Vera .. 44, 76 Blue, John .. 44, 94 Bond, Greg .. 44, 106 Bone, Lianna .. 44, 74, 119, 121 Boone, Brenda .. 7, 45, 69, 81, 100, 119, 121, 124, 129 Boone, Joyce .. 33 Borden, Matt .. 45 Bothwell, LaVanna .. 9, 45, 123 Bowers, Susan .. 32, 45, 81, 115, 117, 128 Brock, Jim ., 45 Brown, Carol .. 45 Brown, Cyndi .. 45 Brown, Donna .. 45, 88 Brown, James .. 94 Bruner, Julie .. 45, 101 Buck, Scott .. 92 Buckner, Larry .. 4, 45, 99 Buckner, Terry .. 4, 45, 99 Burden, Mary .. 45, 72 Burgardt, Pat .. 10, 45 Burgardt, Tim .. 45 Burns, Keith .. 45 Burrows, Rhonda .. 45 Bushnell, Mary .. 45 Buss, David .. 2, 45, 94 Butler, Brian .. 45, 99 Butts, Todd .. 45 Byer, Pam .. 3, 45, 116, 120 Byers, Michael .. 94 Calderon, Emma ,. 45 Callaway, Mark .. 45 Carlson, Robert .. 32, 76 Carlson, Tom .. 8, 45, 106, 133 Carmichael, Allen .. 45 Carroll, Shawn .. 45 Carson, Cari .. 45 Carter, John .. 7, 45 Carver, Tim .. 94 Chandler, Dan .. 45, 92 Charinell, Duane .. 34 Chappel, Debra .. 45 Chesebro, Kathleen .. 45 Christensen, Lana .. 9, 45, 123 Clanton, Dean .. 46 Clark Bill .. 46 Clark Gary .. 46 Clark Karen .. 46 Clark, Mary .. 31 Clark, Roger .. 46 Clemence, Eldon .. 33 Clinesmith, Rhonda .. 46, 71, 96 108 Cloutman, Sheryl .. 46, 75 Clymer, John .. 46 Cobb, Tim .. 27, 46 Coffin, Marie .. 46 Colburn, Bob .. 46, 86 Coleman, Bill .. 32, 46 Coleman, Dennis .. 46 Coleman, Penny .. 46, 71, 102, 103, 107, 136 Coley, Jeri .. 46 Collins, John .. 12 Colwell, Mari .. 46, 81 Conrardy, Marilynn ..'46 Cook, Dan .. 46, 92 Coons, Randy .. 46 Cordero, Vince ., 46, 77, 127 Cornelius, Terry .. 46, 94 Correll, Chris .. 46, 71, 102, 103 Cotter, Moe .. 34, 115 Couchman, Brenda .. 46 Coulter, Bobby .. 46 Craig, Jan .. 46, 123 Craig, Jon .. 4, 35, 46 Crane, Stan .. 39 Crase, Nancy .. 46 Crawford, Veryl .. 46, 107 Cress, Cheryl .. 46, 76 Croft, Steve .. 7 Crough, Tim .. 46, 105 Crumet, Sandra .. 37 Cummings, Margaret .. 46 Cundy, Barbara .. 46, 74 Daetwiler, Kyla .. 68, 122 Daniels, Susan .. 43, 47 Daniels, Terri .. 47, 71, 96, 101, 102, 103 Danler, Susan .. 47 Dautel, Connie .. 47, 71, 101, 102, 103, 121 Davis, Carlene .. 47, 76 Davis, Cecil .. 32 Davis, Mary .. 47 Dearden, Tim .. 47 Dechant, Sharon .. 47 Decker, Tim .. 47 Degenhart, Ron .. 47, 87 DeLeon, Janie .. 47, 77 Deniston, Dianna .. 47, 101 Deslongchamp, Jeanne .. 70 Deyle, Danni .. 47 Dickman, Susan .. 47 Diehl, Donnie .. 9, 47, 88, 120, 134 Diehl, Joyce .. 47 Dielman, Pam .. 47, 71, 100 Dietz, Don .. 47 Dillard, Cynthia .. 47 Dillingham, Erron .. 47, 94 Dodge, Cleda .. 48 Doll, Angelita .. 48, 74 Doll, Jim .. 48 Donaho, Gloria .. 48 Dougherty, Deby .. 48 Douglass, Mark .. 48 Dover, Mary .. 48 Dowden, Jon .. 48 Drees, Robert .. 48 Drennan, David .. 48, 99 Drosselmeyer, Gwen .. 48, 75 Duerksen, Joan .. 36, 48 Dunkel, Ruth .. 48 Dunlap , Pam .. 48 Durr, Ed .. 21, 77 Eads, Joann .. 31 Earnest, Terry .. 48 Easterwood, DiAnn .. 48, 71, 96, 103 Eddy, Aleta .. 48 Eikelberger, Jerry .. 48 Elam, Denns .. 35, 88, 120 Elder, Larry .. 48 Encinias, Joyce .. 48 Encinias, Manuel .. 48 Engle, Ryan .. 92, 93, 94 Escalada, Christine .. 48 Escareno, Phil .. 48, 98, 99 Evans, Erin .. 48, 108, 109 Eves, Don .. 48, 79 Evinger, Dwight .. 48 Fansler, Tesa .. 49 Farr, Janie .. 49 Farr, Joy .. 49 Farr, Larry .. 49 Fehrenbach, Dennis .. 49 Fehrenbach, Phyllis .. 49 Fender, Gail .. 28, 49 Fenton, Sherri .. 49, 69 Fillmore, Diane .. 28, 49 Fine, Bonnie .. 49, 74 Fischer, Virgil .. 49 Fixsen, John .. 8, 49 Flax, Mary .. 49 Fletcher, Greg ., 7, 49, 94 Flint, Andy .. 49, 92 Foltz, Doug .. 27 Foltz, Marty .. 27, 49, 99 Ford, Eldon ,. 49 Foresman, Beverly ., 49 Fosdick, Ira .. 4, 49, 89 Foster, Connie .. 49, 75 Foulks, Susan .. 49 -Fouse, Warren .. 37 Fowler, Larry .. 20 Fox, Ray .. 6 Frey, Ken .. 49 Friede, Mike .. 49, 94, 105, 128 Friend, Larry .. 92 Fry, Berniece .. 32 Fuller, Rhonda .. 25, 49 Fullmer, Rana .. 49 Funk, Rosalyn .. 49, 74 Garcia, Garcia, Chris .. 77 Veronica .. 101 Gardiner, Bonnie .. 49 Gardner, Rod .. 8, 49 Garey, Rita .. 42, 49, 79, 87 Garrett, Terry .. 49, 59, 94 Garrison, Mark .. 49 Gassmann, Alan .. 49 Gazaway, Kevin .. 59, 92, 93 Gennette, Steve .. 59, 70 Gerber, Gerber, Rick .. 50 Sarah .. 50 Gerlach, Doreen .. 50, 69, 134 German, Ron .. 94, 106 Germann, David .. 50 Gibson, Guy .. 50 Giles, Mark .. 9, 43, 50, 68, 78, 120, 123, 134 Gillan, Doug .. 50 Gillock, Neva .. 50 Ginest, Noel .. 50 Ginther, Doug .. 50 Gipson, Glasse, Glover, Godoy, Wayne .. 28, 50, 79, 125 Toni .. 32, 50 Dena .. 50, 69 Paul .. 50 Goetz, Terry .. 50 Goldsberry, Max .. 28, 51 Gonzales, Angie .. 50 Gonzales, Janelle .. 77 Gonzales, Liz .. 77 Gonzales, Sabina .. 50, 77 Gonzales, Yolanda .. 74 Goodwin, Doris .. 50, 86 Gorges, Ken .. 50, 99 Gorges, Steve .. 50, 94 Goscha, Jolene .. 101 Goss, Sheryl .. 10, 50 Grant, Sam .. 50 Graves, Green, Griem, Griftin, Griggs, Gropp, Gurley, Loleta .. 50 Rita .. 50 Debbie .. 50 Karen .. 50 7 Karen .. 50 Terry .. 50, 88, 134 Mary Jo .. 28 Herrada, Sandra ,. 52, 74 Kagtensy Hagerman, Barry .. 50 Ham, Carol .. 17 Hammerschmidt, Dale .. 51, 104, 105 Hamilton, Darnell .. 50, 105, 115 Hamilton, Quincy .. 51 Hamilton, Roger .. 17 Hammond, Cindy .. 51 Hampton, Rob .. 5, 51, 92 Hanks, Marty .. 11, 51, 94, 122 Hanks, Robert .. 51, 94 Hanson, Lois .. 24 Harbaugh, Rich .. 94 Harder, Asel .. 20 Harman, Steve .. 51 Harness, Greg .. 39 Harris, Gwenn .. 51, 68 Harris, Jill .. 51 Harris, Jim .. 51, 94 Harris, Mike .. 51, 92 Harris, Nanette .. 51 Harshbarger, Alan .. 51 Hartzell, Jim .. 51 Haskins, Dean .. 27, 51 Hass, Denise .. 51 Hatcher, Robbin .. 51 Hatfield, Karol .. 51, 75 HatHeld, Ralph .. 10 Hatfield, Sharron .. 51 Haunschild, Terry .. 9, 51 Hawkins, Robert .. 52 Haynes, Gerald .. 52 Hays, Mark .. 9, 52, 68, 123 Heinrichs, Kevin .. 52, 87 Heinz, Fred .. 52 Hemmert, Kirk .. 104, 105 Hendershot, James .. 52, 76 Henderson, Ada .. 52 Henderson, Geneive .. 30 Henderson, Ronald .. 52 Hendrickson, Ada .. 23, 115 Hendrickson, Jana .. 115 Henkle, Kristin .. 108, 109 Henson, Fayne .. 6, 33, 59 Hergert, Gay .. 10, 52 Herman, Ann .. 32, 52 Hernandez, Beatrice .. 52, 74 Herod, Kathy .. 52, 96, 103, 107 Heter, Richard .. 52, 59, 94 Hill, Calvin .. 52, 92, 94 Hodgkinson, Gary .. 20, 52, 104, 105 Holland, Phyllis .. 17 Holman, Rick .. 94 Holmes, Gary .. 36, 120 Holmes, Sharon .. 109 Honaker, Genie .. 52 Hopkins, Ron .. 20, 78, 115 Hopper, Audrey .. 52, 56 Horacek, Jon .. 52 Hornbeck, Dennis .. 52, 98 Hornbeck , Pete .. 106 Horst, Dan .. 52, 72 Howard, Pat .. 76 Howell, Ruby .. 52 Hubin, Pete .. 52 Huelskamp, Monica .. 52, 65 Hughes, Dorothy .. 75 Humbolt, Arleta .. 28 Humbolt, Clinton .. 33 Hundley, Gerald .. 27 Hurd, Susan .. 52 Hutman, Terry .. 53, 101 Hyndman, Sue .. 31 Jameson, Mike .. 28, 51, 123 Jenks, Barb .. 9, 53, 81 Jennings, Roland .. 53 Jeremiah, Lloyd .. 53, 106 Johns, Betty Jo .. 34, 101 Johnson, Don .. 53 Johnson, Daphne .. 53, 75 Johnson, Eric .. 53 Johnson, Mike .. 53, 88, 114, 120 Jones, Cynthia .. 53 Jones, Edith .. 27 Jones, Mike .. 53, 70, 133 Jones, Rex .. 5 Jones, Verneta .. 8, 23 Josserand, Ellen .. 53 Joyce, Pauline .. 18 Judge, Cecilia .. 53 Junker, Kathy .. 53 Kaiser, Jan .. 53 Janice . . 30 Kempton, Jon .. 53, 75 Kennedy, Donna .. 30 Kent, Daryl .. 53, 94 Kerr, Susan .. 53, 76 Kester, Debbie .. 81 Keune, Helen .. 18 King, Doug .. 53 Kissick, Robert .. 18, 19 Kitch, Mark .. 53 Kleysteuber, Dean .. 53 Kleysteuber, Harold .. 16, 18 Knoll, Robert .. 53 Koehn, Sherry .. 53 Koets, Robert .. 53, 125 Kolarik, Marty .. 53 Kolbeck, Sandra .. 53 Komlofske, Deanne .. 53 Konrade, Kevin .. 53 Korbe, Joe .. 53 Krehbiel, Bob .. 53, 68, 70, 86 Kreie, Sandy .. 53 Krueger, Steve .. 53, 92 Kruleski, Mickey .. 53, 92 Kuder, Cindy .. 54 Kuntzsch, Fred .. 54 Kurr, Bob .. 54 Lambert, Jeanne .. 28, 86 Lambertz, Don .. 8, 54 , 87, 108, 109 Lang, Bob .. 54, 92 Lang, Charlie .. 11 Larson, Ann .. 54 Laspisa, Marianne .. 54, 122, 123 Lawless, Clint .. 54 Lawless, Lori .. 28, 54 - Lear, Tom .. 54, 72 Lee, Connie .. 54, 75 Lee, Ric .. 6 Legion, Rodney .. 54 Leon, Bolo .. 54, 76 Leopold, Virginia .. 54, 75 Leos, Ron .. 54, 92 LeSueur, Collette .. 54 Letourneau, Brent .. 11, 54 Letourneau, Janice .. 54 Lewis, Mary .. 54 Linenberger, Steve .. 54 Livengood, Tim .. 54, 108 Livingston, Gary .. 54, 97, 106 Livingston, Ricky ..54 Lloyd, Jean .. 54 Lobdell, Vicki .. 54, 124 Loper, Joni .. 54 Lopez, Adriana .. 54, 71, 107 Lopez, Kyle .. 106 Lord, Marla .. 24 Lotharp, Stephanie .. 54 Lottridge, Mark .. 54 Love, Bryan .. 54 Loyd, Beverly .. 54, 115 Lumpkins, Nicki .. 55 Luna, Mark .. 55, 97, 106 McAlpine, Mike .. 94 McGinn, Suzanne .. 55, 107 McGraw, Doyle .. 28, 99 McLinn, Duane .. 55 McMichael, Terry .. 55 McNabb, Debra .. 55, 64 McNaught, Melinda .. 55 McNeely, Brian .. 55, 94 McNeill, Jerry .. 55, 105 McNett, Dan .. 72, 133 McVey, Tamira .. 55, 100, 101 Madlung, Jerry .. 55, 94, 106 Madrid, Beverly .. 55 Madrid, Bob .. 55, 92, 93 Mann, Ira .. 26 Mann, Judy .. 55 Mantley, Bill .. 7, 55 Mancha, Sheila .. 55 Marlin, Monty .. 55, 92 Marroquin, Rudy .. 55 Martinez, Belinda .. 55, 81 Martinez, Kim .. 55, 117 Mathis, Marc .. 56, 92, 93 Mattison, Andy .. 94 Meador, Paul .. 56 Meadors, Dale .. 37 Meadors, Mike .. 5, 56, 99, 133 Medina, Christine .. 56 Medina, George .. 32, 56 Meinert, Terri .. 56 Merz, Debi .. 56 Merz, Dorothy .. 56 Messenger, Tanya .. 56 Messerly, Dana .. 56, 74 Miller, Carolyn .. 74 Miller, Loren .. 56 Miller, Louis .. 7, 56, 115 Miller, Ross .. 5, 56 Milligan, Karen .. 56 Mills, David .. 56 Milsap, Richard .. 56, 108, 109 Mitchek, Carol .. 56 Moler, Jack .. 56 Moler, Mary .. 56 Moon, Lloyd .. 56, 106, 107 Moore, Jan .. 56 Moore, Troy .. 56 Morales, Jerry .. 76 Moreno, Joe .. 56 Morey, Bonnie .. 24 Morgan, Randy .. 56, 97 Morris, Jeff .. 56 Morse, Pat .. 56, 76, 124, 129 Moser, Teresa 36 Mosttler, Walter .. 57 Mott, Clinton .. 57 Mujica, Bernie .. 8, 114 Mullins, Debbie .. 57 Murphy, Mark .. 4, 57, 133 Myers, Gail .. 57 Myers, Jeff .. 4, 57, 68, 79, 12 128, 134 Neely, Steve .. 57, 134 Neff, Merry .. 57, 75 Nelson, Darrell .. 27, 99 Neufeld, Vida .. 57, 75 Newberry, Kay .. 57 Newsome, Patricia .. 57 Neyer, Cathy .. 57 Nicklaus, Ed .. 27 Nicklaus, Pam .. 57, 68, 69, 81, 122 Norlin, David .. 28 Noller, Donna .. 24 Nonken, Doris .. 20 Norris, Don .. 57 Norton, Carolyn .. 57 Novack, Debbie .. 57, 69, 71, 101, 102, 119, 121 Oakley, Darrell .. 94 Oberheim, Rod .. 57 Ochs, Becky .. 57 Odgers, Charles .. 57 Ogden, Stephanie .. 57 Oliver, Ann .. 57 Oliver, Rhonda .. 24 Olomon, Kirk .. 57, 87 Orosco, Harold .. 57 Orosco, Sharon .. 57, 77, 78 Ortiz , Betty Jo .. 57, 69, 77 Ortiz, Juan .. 10 Osborn, Fonda .. 57, 75 Osborn, John .. 18, 19 Otero, Otero, Otero, Otero, Eva .. 74 Nida .. 57 Victor .. 57, 77 Vince .. 57, 77 Owings. Patrick .. 57 Pabst, Tami .. 57, 81 Padilla, Rosa .. 57 Parker, Karley .. 58 Parks, Marsha .. 58 Pauley, David .. 58, 105 Pearce, Earl .. 23 Pelnar, Barbara .. 58 Pelnar, Pat .. 74 Penick, Kermit .. 58, 70 Pepperd, Gwen .. 58 Perez, Curtis .. 58 Perez, Perez, Donna .. 101 Gloria .. 58 Philbern, Karen .. 58 Phillips, Larry .. 58 Phillips, Sally .. 58 Phoenix, Robert .. 58 Picazo, Domitila .. 58 Pickens, Nancy .. 58 Pierson, Joan .. 38, 76 Piland, Terry ,. 58, 64 Plumer, Michael .. 58, 88, 92 Plymell, Teresa .. 58 Pohl, Leonard .. 58 Pomarico, Bonnie .. 24 Porras, Marie .. 58 Porter, Shelly .. 58 Powell, Arlin .. 58, 65, 68, 123 Powell, Faylene .. 58, 76 Preedy, Nancy .. 58 Preston, William .. 58 Price, Stephen .. 58 Prochazka, Bill .. 5, 43, 58, 126 Procious, Karen .. 58, 79 Proehl, Allen .. 58 Purcell, Tim .. 32 Purdy, Jed .. 58 Radke, Norman .. 29 O 122 Ragel, Carma .. 58, 69, 81, 117, 134 Ramirez, Anna .. 58 Randall, Jeff .. 6, 36, 58, 94 Rangel, Pete .. 59 Rangel, Ron .. 59 Rankin, Erin .. 59, 97, 106 Rapier, Jeanette .. 36, 59 Rathgeber, Scott .. 59 Ray, Capt. Bruce .. 3, 35 Redd, Jana .. 59 Redetzke, Margaret .. 30 Reed, Arlan .. 59, 89 Reed, Roger .. 4, 59, 72, 89, 125 126, 129 Regan, Vickie .. 59 Reith, Louann .. 59, 75 Renick, Rene .. 68 Renyer, Bradly .. 59 Rettig, Saundra .. 59 Revak, Sherri .. 86 Reyes, Tommy .. 59 Reyher, Arnie .. 59, 92 Reynolds, Ronn .. 92, 94 Rhoades, Grant .. 37, 135 Richardson, Kyle .. 59 Richmeier, Terry .. 59 Ricketts, Carl .. 94 Riegel, Dean .. 59 Rieman, Natalie .. 38, 74 Rietcheck, Jerry .. 59, 105 Riley, Doug .. 28, 59 Rintoul, Dave .. 4 Rios, Dan ,. 123 Rivers, Mark .. 8, 59 Roach, Emily .. 24 Robinette, Kent .. 60, 94 Robertson, Robert .. 94 Robinson, Todd .. 59, 60, 94 Roderick, Bryce II .. 18, 19 Russell, Patricia .. 75 Ruddick, Patsy .. 25 Slover, Mollie .. 61 Smallwood, Joe .. 61, 92 Saffell, Ruth .. 16 Saffell, Thomas .. 3, 16, 18, 120 Smith Barbara .. 61 Smith Carole .. 61 Smith, Joe .. 61, 98, 99 Smith, Luther .. 61 Smith, Marsha .. 61, 75 Smith, Stan .. 27 Solze, Eric .. 61 Sage, Lea ,. 72, 127, 136 Salter, Homer .. 21 Sams, Deborah .. 60, 74 Sanchez, Lula .. 60 Sandoval, Elida .. 60 Sandoval, Olivia .. 60, 74 Sauer, Randall .. 60 Saunders, Ann .. 60 Schaffer, Tammy .. 60 Schadel, Dale ,. 60, 72 Schell, Joann .. 60 Scheer, Mark .. 60, 122 Scherr, Deanne .. 60 Schmale, Rhonda .. 61 Schmidt, Shelley .. 61, 75 Schneider, Darcy .. 61 Schneider, Eugene .. 17 Schreiber, Jean .. 61 Schreibvogel, Yarri .. 48, 61, 88, 114, 120, 134 Schroeder, Jeff .. 61, 92 Schultz, Alvin .. 61, 86 Schwartz, Darrel .. 61 Schweer, Mark .. 61, 108, 109 Schwerdfeger, Penny .. 61 Schwindt, Rick .. 61, 106, 107 Scott, Bob .. 29 Scott, Helen .. 25 Scott, Jerry .. 61 Scott, Paula .. 61 Scrivner, Bobbie .. 61 Somes, Scott .. 61, 94 Spare, Marlyn .. 61, 97, 106 Spare, Merlyn .. 61, 97, 106 Speer, Dan .. 62, 124 Speery, Nanette .. 62 Spencer, Arlan .. 62 Spencer, Tammy .. 62 Spiller, Steve .. 62 Spillman, Larry 62 Spires, Machelle .. 8, 114 St. Clair, Dan .. 62, 92 Staats, Norman .. 26, 72 Stanard, Juanita .. 22 Starbird, Sandra .. 62 Stegman, Agnes .. 23 Stegman, Mike .. 62 Steimel, Keith .. 62 Steimel, Kim .. 62 Stengel, Mary .. 23 Sterling, Elaine .. 22 Stevens, Donald .. 62 Stewart Max .. 62 Stewart Shirley .. 62, 74 Rodriguez, Jerry .. 60 Rodriguez Lupe .. 60 Rodriguez Mary Rose .. 60 Rodriguez Miguel .. 60 Rodriguez Pedro .. 60 Rodriguez Sisto .. 76 Rohlman, Louis .. 60, 88 Rome, Ellen .. 60 Rooney, Pat .. 60 Rosel, Valerie .. 4, 60 Rosell, Orland .. 60, 105 Ross, Phil ..92 Rowan, Steven .. 60 Sears, Janet .. 61, 79, 87, 125, 126, 129, 138 Sears, Melva .. 109 Seibert, Gale .. 26 Shaw, Kent .. 26 Shaw, Lea .. 23 Shedd, Judith .. 61, 75 Shellito, Randy .. 61 Shoemo, Andrew .. 106, 121 Shrimplin, David .. 61 Siler, Leanna .. 28 Sims, James .. 7, 61 Sims, John .. 36 Rowland, Gigi .. 60, 71, 101, 103 Ruggles, Gareth .. 32 Rupp. David .. 4, 60, 78 Sinclair, Brent .. 42, 61, 78, 127 Sloan, Lance .. 61 Slobko, Joe .. 33, 92 Stiles, Cynthia .. 62, 76 Strasser, Steve .. 62 Strauss, Patti .. 62 Streetman, Helen .. 38 Streit, Doug .. 94 Strickert, Ron .. 62 Strickland, Jan ., 62, 75 Strickland, John .. 62 Strong, Debra .. 62 Sturgeon, Tracy .. 62 Suelter, Kevin .. 3, 62, 92 Swim, Joyce .. 23, 115 Szymanski, Sheri .. 5, 62 Tabor, David .. 62, 76 Tallant, Tim .. 62 Tedrow, Beth .. 21 Teubner, Linda .. 62 Thibeault, Pete .. 62, 92 Sharron .. 65 Thomason, Terry .. 72 Thompson, Mark .. 62 Thorne, Roy .. 62 Tiberghien, Gretchen .. 29, Tiberghien, Lee .. 29, 87 Todd, Betty .. 62 Todd, Sondra .. 62 Tokoi, Laura .. 63 Tompkins, Willis .. 94 Towles, Karen .. 10, 63 Towner, Alna .. 63, 75 Towns, Carolyn .. 63, 74 Truax, Sherrie .. 63 Turley, Kathleen .. 63 Turner, Harry .. 63, 68 Turner, Matt .. 3, 120 Turner, Nancie .. 3, 120 Uhrich, Becky ,. 63, 69, 81. 125 Ulrich, Linda .. 63 Unruh, George .. 63 Urie, Betty .. 63 Uthe, Patricia .. 63 Valenzuela, Rudy .. 18, 19 Vanatta, Chris .. 28, 63 Vaughn, Donald .. 63 Vaughn, Patricia .. 63 VenJohn, Pat .. 63 Vernon, Kirby .. 94 Vice, Paul .. 35 Villegas, Father Miguel .. 28 Vincent, Brad ., 32, 63 Vocal .. 82, 83 Voth, Linda .. 63 Wadsack, Art .. 22 Wagner, Ron .. 63, 99 Waldorf, Roscoe .. 36 Wallace, Robert .. 64 Waller, Pam .. 64 Warner, Doris .. 64 134 116, 107, 136 Wasson, Larry .. 64, 72 Watson, Colleen .. 64, 71, 76, 96 107 Watson, Kim .. 64 Wayne, Cheryl .. 43, 64 Webb, Charles .. 64 Weber, Debbie .. 64 Weilert, William .. 64, 88, 92 Weiss, Shirley .. 64 Wells, Shauna .. 5, 64, 100 Wenger, Janice .. 64 Werth, Kim .. 10, 64 Werzinski, Ruth .. 8 Wesner, Bertie .. 64 West, Donna .. 64 West, Rena .. 64, 78, 79, 118, 121 Wheaton, Aaron .. 5, 64 Wheeler,Craig .. 64 Widows, Shellie .. 64 Wiebe, Ella .. 31 Wiens, Randy .. 4, 64, 68, 120 Wilhardt, John .. 64 White, Mary .. 64 Whitman, Sandi .. 64 Wilkens, Gene .. 65 Wilkerson, Deanna .. 65, 71, 96, 101, 102, 103 Williams, Aleta .. 65 Williams Anita .. 65 Williams Joe .. 65, 98 Williams, Karen .. 65, 96 Williams Lyle .. 65 Williams, Reggie .. 94 Williams, Wasinger, Barb .. 5, 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