Geneva College - Genevan Yearbook (Beaver Falls, PA)

 - Class of 1967

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W: qisrv M l E""7' , 1 Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor Ginny Montini Barbara Fritz Business Manager Bob Willson Assistant Jan Abrams Classes Rob Balplz, Joy Morgan Clubs Esther Gray, Don Mcliurney Dorms Alan James, Pitsa Zengas Photographers Arby Conn Dale Lang, Jack McCrory Sports George Henning Typists Karen Glass, Sandy Welzman Writers Eileen Faris, Peggy Evans Advisor Mr. Ronald McKenna li' THE O --: i ii 'X Ig Booxs I J U .is:,g1?-:E- . 515-5? X ! .K -Q ,r-.537 A .10 X x 3 FOREWORD AND DEDICATION STUDENT LIFE ADMINISTRATION AUTUMN CLASSES RESIDENCES FOOTBALL AND FALL SPORTS HOMECOMING WINTER WHO'S WHO VALENTINE AND ALL-STAR QUEENS BASKETBALL ORGANIZATIONS SPRING SENIOR ATHLETES SPRING SPORTS DRAMA MAY DAY FACULTY AND SENIORS COMMENCEMENT SENIOR DIRECTORY fa mu, I M N dui-' rg, 4,5 6-15 16-23 26-63 64-73 74-79 80-83 86-89 90-91 92-95 96-127 130-131 132-137 139-141 142-149 150-175 176-179 182-184 can't always pinpoint when or why our An academic year is a year of change. In college, time is essentialg we are regulated by it and inevitably we are changed by it. Many of the changes which occur are iniiuenced by those with whom we interact: pro- fessors, administration, students- . friends. Somehow we never find our: selves in the same place at the end of the school year that we did at the beginning, and when we look back we -Oi attitudes and ideals changed, for these changes are as subtle as the passing of one season into another. Just as the seasons change when the time is right, so we ourselves conform to new ways and beliefs when it is our time to adjust. lcmffnifemmim 1 in Ir' lla- 0, i. 1 ,fin 3 I W3 tl. "t't ,,li , 4, s. ,, KJI ' 4 t! iii 4 T 0 every thing there is a purpose under heaven: . it ll ,, new A time to be born, and a time to die,' a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is plantedg A time to kill, and a time to healg a time to break down, and a time to build up,- A time to weep, and a time to laughg a time to 4 mourn, and a time to danceg A time to cast away 4 . FT. 'n 4.4 'A' figs-15 " 1. H. lea, stones, and a time to gather stones togetherg a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracingg A time to get, and a time to l0se,' a time to keep, and a time to cast awayg A time to rend, and a time to sew,' a time to keep silence, and a time to speak,- A time to love, and a time to hate,' a time of war, and a time of peace. ,oa- ,Asl- ,EF fl' ' Lf il Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 .Myk- Qs... l This year marks the twenty-Iifth year of service that Mrs. Lucille D. Henery has given to Geneva College. Her pro- fessional responsibility as registrar affects each student as she ad- ministers all the students, records, the evaluation of academic credits, both general and departmental, and the scheduling and registration processes. Other responsibilities include working with the credits committee, the admissions committee, and the catalogue com- mittee. The student pro- bably gains the most pleasure when Mrs. Henery organizes the commencement procedure and grants the diploma. For the enormous task that she fulfills in an organized and disciplined manner, we ofthe Genevan staff Wish to express our appreciation to Mrs. Lucille D. Henery by dedicating the 1967 Genevan to her. 5 -952 1 K. 6 X. xv i XM NI'-Q 'rp I 'T-IW .--gt ...ar W 'S 7 YT gm J,-..,. - , avgq h F,-.F-r-,... HF ISHN! ' ' r r X - lrf.C"' - 7 xg,-.. .V LQ-P if Q! + E ,4, Ki 'H - ww us- i V-1 sag . 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IDX r X A 3 1 55 1 , ' 1 W H-I 1 My , hewun wurhoul :Iu- .. ..- -1 ,,A1 ill bc: pro'-rmL1rmi my 2 ' q j':i-f Palm--3 uf Stklum uw! .vi ' ,. ,,:.- 'xr' U . Fil Ul2,.!1, A'H:'l1afmi . Vg-"X"f1!- ITISfI"Ol1Q ' OWNER sv . "' ' - an ,','1a.3 ' Tjif ,Ni M. -Elf NPL, . L K! x..' .fwyft My 'QP im3G,u:,w-.Uv ""'-1 , '31 ni -'-as T' .W yi ' AA .f 'lx 15 lp :- l , -.ggfias-we .f 1 . ,,:,.-v.f-1 , H-, off , 'f has PRESIDENT OF GENEVA COLLEGE: EDWIN C. CLARKE "His personal commitment influences others and prompts them to continue to excel 'Pro Christo et Patria' in their en- deavors to further the goals of Geneva." Walter J. Helsing, M.D. '42, President, Alumni Association "Several things-more concerned with service to others than self-never just hears, he listens-acute awareness of in- dividual feelings-keen sense of humor -and his presence lends dignity to any gathering large or small." Charles N. O'Data, Executive Secretary of the A lumni Association The Class of '67 shall always remember Dr. Clarke and his friendliness which he so eagerly displayed to everyone. May Dr. Clarke spend many more days in service to Geneva College. - -. .-,. f..L fig... Q- - BOARD OF TRUSTEES ii V ii .un lL'f'1.,r C71 Li' 1 VT fx fa, T AJ' --,nf 4 Seated: Dr. William K. Metcalfe, Mrs. Robert Park, Jr., J. Douglas DT- S- Bfllee WiilS01'i, Rev- Kenneth G- Slliiili- Standing Mrs Wil Brooks, Mr. Robert Greenlee, Dr. R. M. Young, Mrs. Arthur Hoen- iafd Hemphill, DT- ROY Blackwovd, MF- Ernest C?UTlPl7ell DT Wal stine, Dr. D. Raymond Park, Judge John N. Sawyer, Dr. D. Howard ief J- Helsing, Rev- J0l'1I1 White, DF- R- Gene l-iSi- MT E-llW00Cl Elliott, Mr. J. Merrill Robb, Dr. J. Renwick Patterson, Mr. D. W. W0OdS, DF- J- L- COOU, MT- William RHmSeY, DY-Kefmi'fEdBa1' Kelso, Mr. Sidney Lockley, Miss Ethel M. Lytle, Dr. Paul C. Cross, The Board of Trustees chosen by the Board of Corpora- tors, guides the operation of Geneva. These outstanding men and women from the Church, the Alumni, and the local community, "responsible for the management and adminis- tration of the College," are confronted with a variety of problems challenging them in many ways. Under the able direction of Mr. J. Merrill Robb, Miss Ethyl Lytle, and Dr. D. Howard Elliott, the Board of Trustees strive to uphold and maintain the aims of Geneva College to present to the students a broad Liberal Arts education with a Christian emphasis. PRI: ' DENT .TQ 5.55 '1H'N."' if -ive roy,---. , i s Q, ff'1,',l A i 4 x T: Q r. . 4- Y' L M -,332 1,1 ' .. A ' 'ip 35,1 -, .5 ,..,. .v .1 v K ,mbg . , ewEu"'ai'm 'Q I i 'V 5 - WK? F7 -- ' T cf A 1 - 3: a , ,. V f - ' ' ' 1 . . -.uri V A ll it , ,Q '- . I M V v -'A,5,Y 1, Sew: 0 . Arial: 3 Aivzdreifip n,,Lj7fm -11 ., ...Luz , rn- 1 -' H- ' , . . . l'-rg-:Q-:"".:?fQi'1T' - , .-5-f F 1,,g3,. -.i ' -' ' .5'm"5" ' A - - .9-V' . A '-r- '- r - -f.. ' J- '. , - -. --ey,-, .vmimu anew ,-wm+W 'pq'-542 Y. Dain A rl- yi -, ,rj-ff ,JI -M pf' 'VJ ,H q lf- --',".'r'f-'t . i. . L-by 1 f f- ' '- .,,q 1',.".- 4.'.,:.,-w .sr Jr., 97,3 mv' Q., up ,, It v- ,.fu,,'!r '- . ' -IQ ,Mm ' v 1 I " , s l Y.-ri-,,,:, ,-'rw 4 gi, f f. f. A 4 Jem " is ,,.i-1'c,,1-, gl, JL' -3 fi-fp, ti , f-, 1, ' 'S ,.,,- F, , ,A assi ,br -Q L 'ff 5.9-if, -1 L-fgufa ' 'rwfu ' gf' I Wi' 1 u. 0 ' if u ,. ' ' f' 4 if I 'z i ir J' Q .1 7 l 4 4 sf 3 gr ,,,Qx - .- J "' Zyl 4 1 l '52 'ts 4 17 SECRETARIES Seated: Miss Evangeline VanArsdale. Standing Mrs Bev erly McCarter. Ei? .EJ ADMISSIONS MR. KARL CUNNINGHAM, Educational Counselorg Judy Braheny. MR. CHARLES McBURNEYg Mrs. Robert Fenchel and Mrs. Wes- ley Frey. Doris Musquireg MRS. PAULA BYLSMA, Educational Counselor. REGISTRAR in . ' .. as f DEAN WOMEN Mrs. Pearl Shaner, Mrs. Kathryn McKimg MRS. LUCILLE HENERYQ Mrs. Lorraine Cossin. 18 DEAN OF COLLEGE DEAN OF STUDENTS . is -ii -,M ,Ns DR. WILLIAM RUSSELLg Mrs. Esther Carr. DR. HAROLD BRUCEQ Mrs. William Gillespie. -:N L 5. MRS. PAUL E. MUELLERg Sandy Wilsong MR. KEN- NETH SAXTONg MR. RONALD GALBREATH, As- sistant. DEAN OF MEN 19 SPIRITUAL ACTTVITIES s l . ,ida- 1 . A 'H ff" A q 1 H l l i REV. WILLARD MCMILLANQ Mrs. June Futato. BUSINESS OFFICE ' 'r. as-.rgffv-.,, --' ' .. av' l-L--- . '- Q-, .- s-.-.- -Wi, , , A 'f f" --1-v'fh,I55,Z?Es-43 1 ,rv - , ,Ay .AA . wr'-, ....... - .- FEFLA -, A ,6Lf,:f':f 'Q-,mf .- . ' V . Lois Aldrich, Mrs. Sara Ruby, Mrs. Jennie Young, Darlene Horner, J. Ellis BUSINESS MANAGER B611- I ia 'J TT I 1 -. Mrs. Carol Robinson and MR. ROBERT MCCONAUGHY, Business Manager. EVE HAYES, Office Supervisorg MR. ED- WARD JACKSON, Comptroller. ALUMNI SECRETARY in f , " L J A' "- ' , , 56 ,ffAQ.f5Ax,, m., ,., l, QIA, , if Hag , fx? T74 i I 1 ,f-11, MR. ROBERT HEMPHILL, Purchasing Agent, and Mary Crump. MR. CHARLES O'DATA, Alumni Secretary Mrs. Virginia McCanna, Joanna Leonardg Mrs Kenneth Garvin, Development Fund. DEVELOPMENT Mrs. Carol Pletzg and MR. PAUL REYNOLDS Planning and Development. MAINTENANCE "1 ml i 1 i W' STUDENT I . fi ' it f,-.5131 ju .' 4 .1 i -,y I ' . RICHARD MICHAEL, Groundsg FRED PFEFFER, Maintenanceg HOMER HOGSETT, Superintendentg RAYMOND RHODES, Buildings. MRS. 'Elini "' PLACEMENT DORIS DICKEY and MRS. IVA SENI MRS. J AMES DENNISON. OR. nz ,.,, MRS. MARILYN JASPER. CAMPUS 11 W ..... DUPLICATING F1 .,. .-...Q AFTER 30 DAYS MRS. MILDRED BAUMAN, Managerg Mrs. Vivian Wingardg Mrs. Beth Bondg MRS. ROB- ERT GREER, Mail Clerkg MRS. VELMA WRIGHT, Assistant. MR. PAUL BISCHOFF, Directorg Mrs. Doro- thy Bryan, Secretary, MRS. ELSIE BROWN, SWITCHBOARD CENTER SLATER SYSTEM KENNETH BAKER, Managerg PATRICIA HARVEY and FRANK SCHRAMM, Associate Managers. - --fr., ,949--'W E r.-si..-a Jean Haddox, Peg Wilson, Betty Kreshon, Frances Fox, Sue Wilson, Mary Santavicca. Bill Aultman, Emma Dawson, Chef Milton Butler, Edith Carcaise, Bill Cook. Missing: Gerry Heitger and Angie Pope. Sue O'Brien, Ruth O'Brien, Florence Macioge, Mary Ann Wigal, Frank Thull. 23 ll ' H zfyvw-11" f ' .m.,..,f-V, . X "ul ' sff .115 W-wi 'Hf'.5 Ubwlg '-L..lJ .g. ag. W' , J H , . an Y 1 527-i xl ww .M vw-W' ' .- f iw' V' 'M -w Am. ,,,:5,x5..31,,f.,, 3-.1Lm.."1'1 ps.. WW' W: ,i".n:N , ::, "W N 'nf 1-111 ., . , I , I ,Y , Wuw 11, , V. W . , 'wlli-L ::i!V,'iEl5i nl"":!:Ql "'.!fx?"mE. ,L , ,,,, ,. 1. , ,. 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The class of 1970 wore the traditional gold 'tdinks" and went through the traditional agonies of being the brunt of the jokes of humorous upperclassmen. A group of FRESHMAN men under the direction of upperclassmen did a fine job of lighting up the "G" on the night of the first home football game. Soon, however, they were thrown into hard work and struggled with theme writing, speech making, and much hard studying. They have certainly settled down though, and are actively participating in school activities. They elected Jen' Metheny as president, Bob Weber as vice- president, Kathy Glazar as secretary, and Barbara Beddow as treasurer. Denny Garvin 'and Cindy Sawyer were elected to act as representatives to the Student Sen- ate. So the Frosh are well established as part of the college and look forward to their sophomore year. Abraham, D. Alford, R. Ali, R. Anderson, C. Anderson, D. Ankney, B. Anthony, L. Aultman, J. Avery, B. Bagby, L. Bales, R. Barnes, I. Barsottini, I. Baumann, A. Baumgartel, M. Beach, R. Beddow, B. Bell, K. Belz, J. Benninger, J. Beres, M. Bianco, J. v . , . . , ...-,,,. . , - we-F" Y na . ,V - Il 4 5 1 'I e 'e'e' KV4 Ei x Hr H N - all l Q H is up 1 1' i rt' 1- N g .. , i l 1 I 5 g' w ' ,, i I . - .5 A '-5 22 , fd U l 'W' YV.. W . i 'll QQ, . ' 3 X N' R 4 ' ' my iw ,mg .N K c. luv, " W fn 4 li , Pl 4 li: it 1515.00 i1!..,y .r Fila- ry, Qi A Y 3179" 4 A f . . i i ' i l 5 5 , T Q3 l , Wx ' A :F Vg xx 54 " A iv A l 13 l XV? 1 x ,rm .- t"' l . lm i ii if,,llwf,1f.gi.vi i wwegi , ,V V Yi V -K D. sw ' "' ' -- ' J 5 A N N W- T.. V-VK I -. I f il rx A T it T . .n T Q i 1' H . ll f l f ' ' T' gi psf, ' 'T N ,, if: V '- . as jrn- Vx' i yi 'whim A Q1 Q J , . ' J ' 'P ' y Nr - N N - l'v X M aly fy' f f L A SENATE REPRESENTATIVES: Denny Garvin and Cindy Sawyer. CLASS OFFICERS: Jeff Metheny, pres., Kathy Glazar, sec., Bar- bara Beddow, treas., Bob Wagner, vice pres. 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R. :LA -.. , - 1 l I ..- gf Y, X . If XIV! 'X' , Y l 4 H '.X'Cl.A LX- 'A " Yi Ll . ' V li ff K. ' l f' V rg - l' W -' al' 353 4 . 33 Stach, D. Stachel, E. Staherski, J. Stahl, V. Stanford, L. Stegall, B. Steinbach, L. Stewart, W. Strautmann, R Strickler, L. Sumner, D. Swink, J. Tanaka, S. Taylor, G. Taylor, R. Tegethoff, W. Terracio, L. Thomas, C. Thompson, D. Totera, F. Totera, S. Trella, D. Trivanovich, K Troggio, L. Trozzo, J. Turner, D. Unangst, J. Valiga, A. Varnum, G. Vekasy, C. Vesta, R. Viggiano, T. Vinch, M. Volponi, A. Volsko, C. Wahl, R. Waite, M. Wallace, R. Walrath, T. Wasson, K. Webb, T. Weber, E. Weber, R. Weimer, D. Welch, S. Weyants, B. Wigton, V. Wilcox, L. Wilczek, C. Williams, S. Wills, R. Wilson, A. Wines, K. Wischermann, G Wisniewski, S. Wisnoski, M. Wojdowski, R Wood, D. Woodske, T. Woolley, C. Wray, C. Yanik, M. Yarosz, T. Zeh, M. Zell, C. CLASS OFFICERS: Lois Palyash, sec., Linda Palen, treas.g Denny Hopper, vice pres.g Jerry O'Neill, pres. The SOPHOMORE CLASS returned to the Geneva campus, not as freshman to undergo the trials of initia- tion, but as those who would help to initiate the newest class of frosh. Recognizing their higher position on the college strata, they still enjoyed the thrills of the tug of war, the water battles, and the general air of some superiority. Under the leadership of Jerry O'Neill as class presi- dent, Dennis Hopper, vice-president, Lois Palyash, sec- retary, Linda Palen, treasurer, and Larry Cooper and Jodi Evans, senate representatives, the class of '69 participated in the homecoming activities. They also sponsored a lively talent show which featured campus talent in general. They planned a rematch of the fac- ulty-sophomore basketball game which had been one of their projects during their freshman year. The class is undergoing its transition point, from the lowly freshman year, to its years ahead as upperclass- men. 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Last year while most Geneva students enjoyed the security of studying at their alma mater, Judy Hays was in far off Ireland adjusting to new sur- roundings, new friends, and a new intellectual ap- proach. Leaving Beaver Falls, her hometown, last September and' traveling to Ireland where her father Dr. Herbert Hays, minister of the Geneva Reformed Presbyterian Church, exchanged pul- pits with Dr. J. Renwick Wright of the Dromara, North Ireland Congregation, was the beginning of a year of new experiences for her, both spiritually and intellectually. Judy found Belfast delightful particularly be- cause she had the opportunity to share a flat with two Christian young woman: Nina Schott from Greenlee, Colorado who works in a Christian bookstore, and Nancy Wright of Ireland who is a nurse doing graduate work. Queens University became the institution of higher learning for Judy during her junior year abroad. There she took three courses: psychology which included laboratory work, social anthro- pology, and English Literature. The actual pres- entation diifered significantly from Geneva's III that her classes were very large lectures with graduate students conducting smaller discussion groups. Judy found that it was necessary to read extensively in each area for there were few exams but rather many required papers. Judy's activities were many. She sang in the University choir, at- tended several debates, participated in Youth Christian Group, and visited Scotland staying in youth hostels. Last year truly was a change for Judy Hays and now when she returns to Geneva to share her experiences both Geneva and she will have prof- ited by her junior year abroad. ,'f K 1, 4 ,V M . , , ITL, X f ox 1- x 4 li ,, .1 ll 52" I ii Q? N , ... .X , 't 1 ,l ffifhh- N lt' 'J h ,ff I :Yrs X , iff , M, J l Y ' L , m , I 1 D ji Ili ., jj .13-I '4 V --J f 6' . I tl I n 1 'L f I ,jj n t, f r ll .f rzaj re ' - - I ' 1'n N' ut ,X 1 1 nl , I t ij v J. fs W- U M I .H 1 ' ' 5?mh....,..m--9 Y' ' .,,.,..-WV, , , ,. g -J l Pictured above is the Students' Union. in at l 1. 2 I 11" eQ', , J t aw. wwe My , . - . 1 V A 1 +f.fi,: f ,ew f " l ,, , J- " H ' M, ' - - " ' 1 q . ,H ,N , . f N-5 V, .. -1.5. f' 'la' :.,,,1-I-,asf I-H-.fi ff' ' "LW: ' 'iw' . 2 .lf , if -fffifgfi 'ia Jw jf. L, ,zip S J' -"-yt ., v-l4-- f ' M , ' A 'i Q A 4.4 1 . 1 ' . t , ,ij j ,G X mv . 1 .,,.. ,-'if 1 EQ 5 .rj-1 r e" KF ... 'A J at - J--, , - ,j I ., ,nw A ' " A ,,.,.. .Lw-A N 4 , Q J' Top: a group of buildings forming a Quad. Bottom: Social Studies Department. KT, gm an 143, ,ff lm, Q" " 1 -' F if I., .- N' nf' V' " Judy Hays studied abroad her junior year. 41 CLASS OFFICERS: Karen McKinney, sec.g Debby Lukens, treasg Scott Schimpf, vice pres.g Gene Manzetti, pres. U I AN ABRAMS GERALD ALEXANDER BRUCE ANDREWS RICHARD ANSCHUTZ KEITH AIKEN PAT ALBARELL w -4 4 XM ' ' 1' Vf -f. I we ' f' 1 .ls-fa i f 1 A DB1 na HBR- 'W 'KT I , W DL 42 H, I 1 IG A I N J X X, I w x R I ' J' 1 fr' .61 M I Jr 4, Mi , we 1 'ax ,L H , , .. . , 11 my-V HM H. zlhlggii? -nm 4:I.,,.E, 1 The class of '68 completed another year in growth and maturity and now they face the final year, their senior one at Geneva College. The JUNIOR year has been another year in academic advancement as they complete more of their requirements for graduation. But there have been other ways of development. Many of them are becoming leaders in campus organizationsg their contributions to social activities and clubs have been greater. Their biggest undertaking as a class has been the publication of the Genevan. Led by Ginny Montini, the class has focused on the theme of de- velopment and transition through the college days. Along with their float in the homecoming parade, the class chose Miss Margi Boyle to represent them on the Homecoming Court. In accord with the tradition of Genevais May Day, nine girls wound the May Pole as dancers. Gene Manzetti led this class as presidentg those working with Gene were Scott Schimpf, vice- presidentg Karen McKinney, secretaryg Debby Lukens, treasurerg and Dwight Wagner and Margo Taylor, Sen- ate representatives. The JUNIORS have now reached the threshold of their senior year. The year is anticipated with hope as they face with confidence the future, because they have proved that they can meet responsibilities as they ma- ture into tomorrow's leaders. SENATE REPRESENTATIVES: Margo Taylor and Dwight Wagner w----if-f--V --ff .- -7-1-fi , , U f l :ui l - f if P 'V M 1--M.. I I I t H' . ,Y 1 .,.,,,?'N' ,' Y l ,' , - 1 - ' I- --it 1:-: .r I. N it it ' i I l W i 5 . 5 , - ,- 1 l , ,., ffl 75: 'K' ig Eye, ev 9' A 17 -. 'Q 5 KF Q Y ,.-A--. 1, :-ff tk 1, i i., , . 5 I - A . i it .-i5' QQ' ' np, . I , A - , -e- in if ' 1 . Yi-if nfl H 'Qui .1 V ,Il H, y if tetv . i .t I l . lf? f. 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"" NIJ' , , i . l,,,,yi,, ffaf .- ah' I ,w f' J ' ' ' -. if is 'X fl-R wi, A ,Ill N 5 4' lv' .64 .54 3'-"' ' M. NT". -,Iii 'Y w f ff g i' WARREN WOODWARD NANCY WRIGHT GERALD YOUNG MARY YOUNG MARLENE YURICH JOHN ZAJCH ROSE MARIE ZINDREN PITSA ZINGAS DEAN ZINKHANN 'wif W 'K ,.f :N MCKEE HALL z fs r . i v hx '1 R+' -u. we ,gt-P I. GEORGE MANOR McKEE HALL, although the oldest dorm on campus, has had many new practices during this school year. At Christmas time they not only decorated their doors but they had a Christmas angel project. In the spring they had their first dorm banquet at a smorgasbord. They also had a faculty Wives mixer. A re- warding project Was "For Whom the Bell Tollsf' their homecoming decoration which won Iirst prize. Their dorm officers were Ginny Hoenstine, presidentg Bev Kennedy, Sue Wentzel, Karen Dobosh, and Merry Blair, class representatives. FERN CLIFF was again used for fresh- man girls this year, along with three up- perclassmen. J ewl Spoelhof, a senior, had the responsibility of their head resident. Mary Gleghorn was chosen president of the house. Lois Albert led the girls in GEORGE MANOR as president. They also enjoy the closeness that a house provides. . T-.jfs , .sf :fair-rf '-i,1' ,: l 49 ,'.w', FERN CLIFF 1 i i i l i NORTHWOODwas changed from a house for the fellows to a resident house for freshman girls. Like MITCHELL HOUSE this dorm was not ready for housing people until about the second week of school. All of these girls spent their first week at college in the Brodhead Hotel. But they soon moved into the houses and became a closely-knit group. Kathy Glazar and B a r b a r a Lutzelberger served as President and Treasurer, respectively. Leading MITCHELL HOUSE was Dana Dunlap, president, and Mary Kelly, treasurer. Both houses par- ticipated in the homecom- ing decorations. CLARKE HALL con- tinued to have its busy phone lines, the Christmas decorations, its time in the T.V. lounges, and other CLARKE traditions. Pat Bethune was their presi- dentg working with her were Beth Hemphill, Merla White, Mary Harsh, and Karen Hornung. i 1 W ' X f X , X .M V r ri 1 L J 2 V Ik? ff- f" gf A -:.,,. z.nZ:.',4 4. CLARKE HALL v XIV, 5 L-wk, K -ff. EMU , wx X 1 ,N W ,. 5, Sinai., . 4 , ,',.Q 1- H. l 3 wuz, ll, 'M mx... .Q H ,Q W E:V,.1,.j,3'E'Q lr' 5 " " :pew - Pill' .- ' . , ml. N . ll!! lf' l ati 1 arf. saggy-3, Q, l , -E ' ,N F l . ll, Sl HEAD ,gm it , PX. MR. and MRS. MCBURNEY-Kennedy House Few adults are in a day-to-day contact with the resident student to observe the student,s personal development like those who serve as head residents in the dorms. The position has a potential of meeting, befriending, and assisting the collegian in his life as an individual. Those who have accepted the challenge of this capacity are Mrs. Arabella Taylor, McKee Hallg Mrs. Lathom, Clarke Hall, Mrs. Kuder, George Manor, Mrs. Barkley, Mitchell House, Mrs, Robertson, Northwood, Mrs. Brisbane, Memorial, Mrs. Dietrich, Pearce Hallg Mr. and Mrs. John Bylsma, Loeitler Lodge, Mr. and Mrs. McBurney, Kennedy House. In the larger dorms the head residents have students who are resident assistants to help them in some of the responsibilities. MRS. LATHOM-Clarke Hall MRS. TAYLOR-McKee Hall l l l MRS. ROBERTSON-Northwood Hall RESIDENTS : ' '...: 1, 1' +'f :q4'9iU l ' 1:1-p'aA.'l,-1 , ' .gg ' -sniff 1"l . fi ul' 1 f 1' 5 i' 3' ,, X L. 4- 4 .1 l ' Q w 1' , 1 MR. and MRS. BYLSMA-Louffler House MRS- BARKLEY-Mitchell House MRS. BRISBANE-Memorial Hall W nr, 7 A: l- ,Q A Y: ll. iflvvglml ,H H. :lafgvv wwf M "M ll M". ' ' Q' l ul" m m 1 W N, HH H. w H V ,Ml A , ,uv Y fl sn ' , 1 sswwi w w' My li! , - . E.-V ' .. . . . uv. wlw .l l .I-, . gli' . I N - MRS. KUDER-George Manor MRS. DIETRICH-Pearce Hall 69 , .I M MGRIAL HALL if, , , f 1 5' f 1 N "Q-sf KENNEDY HOUSE An addition was made this year to the college's housing facilities, LOEFFLER HOUSE which houses Freshman men students. Tim Miller was elected presi- dent and with his help Mr. and Mrs. Bylsma of the faculty serve as head resi- dents. Another house is KENNEDY HOUSE which has been housing men residents for two years now. The house is situated on College Avenue across from the main campus and is occupied largely by upper- classmen. Bruce Backensto is the presi- dent this year and Chuck Wise is the treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. McBurney are the hosts and the men enjoy the home- like atmosphere of the KENNEDY HOUSE. MEMORIAL HALL is the oldest dor- mitory for men on the campus and houses a little under half of the men resi- dents. The Brisbanes live in the dormi- tory and Mrs. Brisbane is the head resi- dent. The long, three-story building is situated close to the center of campus. This year's president is Senior Paul Jewell. Bill Bush is the vice-president, Ron Mackie, secretary, and Tom Cup- ples, treasurer. 71 - -- -uf l. .V in J U ll ll nu i in in in H LOUFFLER HOUSE f ,- .ii-Ti .. 4:5934 Jai' lil: ii. 5 V ' STADIUM LGDGE VANARSDALE HGUSE -i HM ,awp 'mi 1 3 we H vw , NELLIS HOUSE ,f H1 F N . ,, ' ' if N W . 1" ' ga: J M I Qzllcx all f, , 1 4 , l ' x W3 1' A -I NHL ,A . -" , 37 ,,A . l."fi'lQ -V e PEARCE HALL Genevais housing program expanded this year to more houses. Two houses on College Avenue across from Reeves Stadium include NELLIS HOUSE and STADIUM LODGE. Both of these houses have men students as head residents, Joe Petruny in Nellis and Bill Reid in Stadium Lodge. Freshman fellows are residing in both of these houses. The officers of Nellis House are Ronald Galiffa, president and John Dur- rond, secretary-treasurer. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Van Arsdale was used for the second year as a resi- dence for male students. The excellent living situations for the fellows again provided many hours of recrea- tion, fun, and studies. One of the residents here last year, Jerry O'Neill, has assumed the responsibility as head resident. Ed Christian and Elmer Laslo serve as president and secretary-treasurer, r e s p e c t i v e l y . PEARCE HALL continues to provide a home away from home for one hundred and twelve male students. Its modern appearance and its living conditions provide its residents with lounge space, laundry facilities, and private rooms for two fellows. The colored T.V. that was purchased last year is still enjoyed by this year's residents. Those with dorm responsibilities are Allen Richards, presidentg George Bauman, vice-president, Bob Harsh, secretary-treasurer. 73 U' Wa. 'rs Ill Q99 5 1 YQ Y' First Row D Greco B Cummmgs R Carlson R Puskar J Burnsworth B Schuller, M. Tristani Second Row G Henning mgr I Young C Picarro F Culp M Matvey, G. Flynn B Crumley G Goodwald J Evans J Jaycox R Waydowski mgr Thud Row: P. Spudlch mgr R Boggs T Parker B Lewis K Hooge E Park I Williams S Owen, G. Church R Finley Fourth Row D Gombar M Jones D Holderman M Hmk J Croston, Geneva Opponent 8 Mansfield State 12 7 Indiana 2 8 6 Clarion 3 9 0 Westminster 5 4 6 Juniata 3 6 6 Waynesburg 5 4 6 Grove City 4 l 0 Edinboro 7 O Wins-8 Losses It was a long, hard season but not as bad as the scores might indicate. Geneva has always faced strong opposition in football and Don Ledrick's Golden Tor- nadoes found this year to be no exception. In fact, Waynesburg went on to become the first place small college team in the nation. It should be noted that Geneva was able to score against them while in the play-offs some of the best teams in the nation were unable to do so. 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Geneva Opponent 21 St. Vincent 3 7 26 St. Francis 31 22 Juniata 3 6 20 Slippery Rock 39 28 Thiel 29 1 5 Duquesne 49 49 Gannon 1 5 5 0 Waynesburg 15 3 4 Westminster 21 50 Grove City 15 F 1 I 40 Carnegie Tech 19 iv M1 in Wins: 6--Losses: 5 gff5.i,if.',,,V': ' ix ' -11 v2ff?,?" r 'P' f"'5gv, ,,.. .1 1 " 1 78 I Geneva Opponent 1363 1336 1347 1359 1363 1342 1359 1359 1350 1366 1363 1372 1348 1350 1364 1311 Duquesne St.FTancB Clarion Indiana Pitt Carnegie Tech Pitt Indiana in St. Francis Allegheny Clarion Carnegie Tech VVSLJ Allegheny Ibuquesne VV8:J Wins: 7-Losses: 9 1336 1254 1405 1402 1358 1394 1385 ' 1368 1304 1336 1400 1396 1386 1344 1354 1365 RIFLE 5. . , 1 1 in ' f , 1 1 ' - 'fu I First Row: E. Eppinger, C. Winegard, J. Quaintence, E. Harsha, H. Hall. W. Hentschel, J. Hillyard, Mrs. and Mr Cleary D. Williams, T. Forman. Second Row: A. Spees, B. Mohrbacher, W? 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Ars: X X XX X ' ' X XX X X X XX X 34 it XX, ,,, XXX YXXX X , Xf - ' 3 , x, N ' I-I V ' g , . X V, I X XXX XXXsXsXX,XX XXX XX X 222 X X ' .X ' Xifsi-ful XXHQIXXX XX ' X XX X X XXM XXX XXXXX X44 XXXXX P ' X XXX XX XXX XX: X XX XX XX X -Xm g-:X XXXXXXSQXXXXWXQ XXXXXXXX X XX X X XXX is XXXXXLXX XXX XX, XX X X X XX 'X XXX XX XX X X X ft XX XX X X ' X X I X 4 X XX I XX" X45 X' XX XQXX XXX ' XX ' X X" " 5 XX, nh" XXX XX X XX X XXX X " X' X XHXXXXX"::'XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XX " XX XX ' X X XXX XXX X X if XX X XX X X AWG CAROL MRVOSH 1966 HOMECOMING QUEEN 81 "' ' ' I John Cossin accepts award from the Alumni Association. NX QQ' xi FS. M Barbara Mann crowns Queen Carol. The Annual Homecoming Parade is never complete without floats. F' W, far 71 diff rr , .., ,e V ,S W I 1 r 1 ll M W FG". I .y .vw 1 r, H., -H A. C. Edgecomb spoke at the Alumni Dinner. LJ The crowds gathered to watch the parade. , J' 4 4 vw, , - -Sv., I 4 Q Q fa 1 m ' JC. T gg 'P r N-N53 fr- Hun, 8, 1 ' I , 1' ' 1 W i fx-B ei FJ f , M I 7 4 X v 'Ggw gp ww, ,x N. if ' ' .1 4-QF 'iv ' V' , M. ..,xl F, 'I N 1, ., ' ylil E: gf S54 - ' 'fau wif O L .3"' 'T wg ,..n',g 4-5 -5 Tri' 9-Ng if Yu ..,-, I X 'Huggy ivvr, a-u..n.r :Lu -u..unf-W, W 'li' 'li' '39 WI TER HCYS I ,, ,, w w w mag . ngxz S L.. , -in N QL. MARSHA ANN KRZTON vi . , N 1 I A V Y . - V ' ' ' H1 N E ' ,A Y -f-.- 4 f , I. 2 - ,T M ..' ,1 -- ,. L xnxii '1 ROBERT THORBURN CLARKE KATHY D. SULLIVAN ELAINE PRISUTA f' - 35? f Q'-fu, K DAVID NELSON FENCHEL JOAN A. BUTKOWSKY S A I VIRGINIA ANNE HOENSTINE "9 'v A. xg iv H' W ' 1 -7 w uw N N w BONITA FRANCENE VERRET1' CAROL MARIE MCBURNEY 87 ' H f -1--ff 1 V - :V I 5- rival I , ' 1 JOHN HAYES PARK CAROL YVONNE MRVOSI-I it X, X xx MYRNA KAY LITTLE B. KATHRYN ELLIOTT .L LLLLL 4 A 1 .-Y Z JEWL ANN SPOELHOF l ,sf ' Q"'iL'-. K -.r-1 " - , ' -15 .N 4.45 yy ' .14 R A .4e"' LARRY C. BOREN 88 DAVID B. HORNUNG BARBARA LOUISE MANN J J KATHERINE ANNE ELLIOTT Vwnnmy-Rf A fix "I, . .3.':::, I- X 1 M1 w. . ,. . K5 I ' ' it X, ,F T TILL f H I , 1 fy ,N In ,H ,N Q1fQN..! iw I I A S52 W, H 1 ,M N " X. Qgfiixw H w , n 1 3' " 1, CAROL JEAN BILLINGS GEORGE S. BAUMAN JR. 89 ALE TINE QUEE xY'1BI El' u ' wwf' Q H . 4 we S' fx Karen McKinney is being crowned by last year's queen, Margi Boyle, while Iohn Forman and Ron Elkin look on. VALENTI E COURT Bruce Henderson, Margi Boyle, John Forman, Queen Karen McKinney, Ron Elkin, Patty Natale, Doug Brown, and Patty 90 Bethune are shown before eating. ,fr y Ingrid Birdsall being escorted by Ed Gianinni. ALL-STAR IGHT Y 1 ' - " lin V H Wg , , by 'A ,wx V ' 'U ' NN , W 1 ,N r rr , W' c . The All-Star Court after the crowning. t d b Ra Ho pa. Barbara Beddow escorted by Joe Petruny. Mary Washburn escore y y p 91 BASKETB LL Left to Right: Henning, mgr.g Sheftield, Hennon, Hoppa, Hopper, Opfer, Backensto, O'Neill, Coleman, Hurray, Giannini, Emerine, Petruny, Matvey, mgr. QWFQ . , i wi --- ' YM 4 1 .,.-A IW, ,f 65 I 5 ' 1.1 ,Q-'gf' l wa- OVERHEARD AT A BASKETBALL GAME: Him: You keep looking at your program Miss, aren't you familiar with the team. Her: No. 1 don't go here to school. Him: Those two are our ball handlers, Petruny and Sheiheld. The other player fpointing to qililj is Emerine Who's captain this year. Too bad he's grad- uating! The two forwards O'Nei1l and Coleman are tough on the boards. We still have a lot of bench N , ' I . ,, l, sr 1 ai 1 . , 'X -r 1 l.', V V l Al ,K ',' l "Tl Aix . A 'Y Q JL -.QQ strength too, like Hoppa, Hopper, and Hurray. We're always proud of our basketball team! Her: I can see why. You must have a really good coach. Him: Yes, Mr. Aultman is and this year Mr. Ron Galbreath has been added to the staff. With his ex- perience he'1l be able to contribute much in the com- ing years. Geneva Opponent 53 Grove Citytt 66 79 St. Vincentit 78 85 Clarion 61 68 Bethany 77 86 Indiana 72 81 Findlay 83 74 Slippery Rock 65 Walsh College 83 Waynesburgit 75 76 St. Francisii 72 60 Gannon 81 68 Grove City? 60 80 Alliance 81 98 Waynesburg 90 68 Westminster? 86 66 Carnegie Tech 56 74 Youngstown 78 76 St. Francisii 97 Edinboro State 98 Wooster 67 74 St. Vincent? 75 65 Carnegie Tech 72 90 Slippery Rock 92 67 Westminsteri' 69 89 California State 78 13 Wins-12 Losses J l E E . 317.1 . .12 A llll it kill I f ,' W 8'l I .lv-' First Row.' R. Galiffa, P. DuBois, R. Fruth, D. Mansfield. Second Row: B. Martin, mg: Aultman, E. Michener, D. Moore, mgr.g Coach Galbreath. 95 , - STUDE T GOVERNMENT Seated: M. Taylor, Junior rep.g J. Park, Interclub Councilg T. For- TCP-5 C- SaWYef, FfCShH1-an TCP-3 J- Methefly, Freshman PICS-3 R man, treas.g L. Boren, pres.g K. Sullivan, sec.g D. Brown, vice-pres.g Clarke, SCIU01' PICS-9 B- Veffeff, SCHi0l' ICP-3 R- VOS, SCI1i0f FCP-3 J M. Krzton, Cabinet.g J. Evans, Sophomore rep. Standing: G. Man- 0'NCi11,S0Ph0m0l'e Pres-SL COOPCIZ SOPTIOIHOTC fel?- zetti, Junior pres.g D. Wagner, Junior rep.3 D. Garvin, Freshman 96 V I I' l The Senate Oiiicers worked hard selling tickets to the Beach Boys. president. Student Senate, an organization which provides the link between student and administration-faculty, acts as a unifying agent on Geneva's campus. As is true of any governmental body, the Student Senate is only as strong and vivacious as its members. This year the Senate showed this spirit of cooperation and were able to initiate several new endeavors. Many persons were very cautious when it was announced that the "Beach Boys" were to present a concert-but the Senate members worked hard and the evening proved very successful. Larry Boren presented the annual State of the Campus in the spring and related what the Student Senate actually accomplished during the year. Doug Brown, Kathy Sullivan and Tom Forman helped Larry in fulfilling his duties as president. 97 This ofiice became Larry's home during his year as My ,ltgsjwi W.S.A. fWomen,s Student Associationj is the T largest and one of the most active organizations on Geneva's campus. Every co-ed is automati- cally a member and has a chance to participate actively by being placed on a committee. These committees aim to offer not only to the females on our campus an interesting year but also strive to present activities that will interest the whole college family. Several years ago a faculty talent show was organized as one of the money raising devices for the scholarship fund. Again this year those par- ticipating enjoyed it as much as those watching. Some of the other activities include the "Thou- 1 I ' I sand Mile Walk," a float for Homecoming, Big and Little Sisters, Christmas tree decorating, Val- ' 1' I ' v-....,..- . entine Day Party, Mardi Gras, Spring Formal, .'T'Ti1I xv-.N .Hn 9, y...3X v W . .LN , x, -Q 111 rt, i . . ll . . ,N fi teas, and other social affairs. ft' vf ' The biggest event of the school year sponsored by W.S.A. is May Day. This presentation in- 'V volves months and months of preparation together ,J .y V. ' fa -++s:.q .I . r. .'- SDN- ' .' r,f1'7f A . ,aff-ef. with a lot of enthusiasm and a capable general , V N " - - - I , it I ,a . 1 .--i ' 3,.fw'Tg -A-i -:3 'axe 11 chairman. This year Jean. Caskey served well in t it ,fr .1 , Pg, 4.3.3, ,I f, this capacity, with Ingrid Birdsall as president. .,.. . Jing if f L- n it -:wi '- f -. D. Stearns, Senior rep.: E. Gray, sec.g I. Birdsall, pres. TERCLUB COUNCIL Interclub Council, composed of presidents of all organizations, is designed to correlate the various activities of all clubs. John Park served as president and therefore was the voice of this council in Student Senate. Representing the students is the aim of Interclub Council. 4:5 I K. Elliott, A. Larson, J. Lang, I. Park, pres.g C. Heath, E. Prisuta, B. Recker. 98 ASSOCIATIO 17-A J N. Dill, Freshman rep.,' J. Evans, Sophomore rep.: R. Zindren, Junior rep.,' R. Piper. treas.: V. STUDE T CENTER Student Center committees include Cultural, Film, International, Outing, Publicity, Recreation, Special Events, Spiritual and Alumni. Each committee offers a variety of interesting programs which range from a ski weekend to the movie Oklahoma. The Student Center strives to bring both dorm students and commuting students together. Hoenstine, vice-pres. 4 'I M fl t,.i'3f'f Q51 NL l ,fn l "Nl .fl WL I .. tw 4 ti., Ir' ,rv . - -.w -.i..'.. l'I..!a:""v. 1. ' if -1 1 'E N f .J we rr: 4.4: SLJIQQE L W. 4, ' f -'xt' ' 4' .-v... .151 - Q 3- Swv? v-,VK -- , 311-f'f.fat1.1..4-., iv- ffffii uma A s, t auahgfg, ,gif Kafif q - .- ' ' Mrs. Brown, advisory K. Gatti, culturalp J. Park, internationalg D. Lukensg M. Krzton, public ity,' G. West, special evenls. 99 ECONOMICS CLUB N Mil 1 A X. --l-.- Fzrst Row A Larson pres.g M. Pashuta, sec.g B. Taras, treas. Second Row: M. Prosperini, G. Davis D Doak D Hoffman. Third Row: Dr. Lee, R. Groves, E. Drogus, Mr. Kuriger. 7 so H nz ' 2 5 f 4 w l Faris Hill Hayes Boyle Taylor Gray 9 Membership in the Economics Club is open to all students interested in economics, iinance, and industry. Persons from these areas speak on related topics. Viewing films and visiting plants serve to acquaint the students with the actual operation of our economic system. Club members go either to Washington or New York each year to observe places of interest in the area pertaining to economics. The English Club, which meets monthly, aims to encourage persons in- terested in poetry, short GLISH CLUB Q? gf! .X 1.3 VE Xu 4 ' L vu, ,-in fx!! . Seated: B. Brown, J. Humes, bus. mgr.g M. Taylor, sec.g E. Prisuta, ' treas.g J. Butkowsky, Chimes F Piatek Standing I Metzger M pres.g Dr. Morrill, advisor, K. McKinney, vice-pres.g K. Murphy, Bradley, J. Lees, E. Faris,S Pratt J Luther J Hebenthal story, essay and drama to participate in discussions and social affairs. This year, the English Club proved their artistic ability by placing third in float competition! Lambda Iota Tau, an international organiza- tion for the "promotion of excellence in the study of literature" aims to encourage the student who has attained a rela4 tively high average of academic achievement to undertake investigation, critical and creative writing. Being chosen as a member is an honor indeed! LAMBD OTA TAU X.-f 101 ann? I V. pr,-,jig H:-N E r . ,gs ,iss my l3f'9iif,i'1 5 i ew'-1 i I as '-ish "1 t VL' l9i'i-'fait-Y '-iff? rf' 7 CHRISTIAN ERVICE CHRISTIAN MINISTR FELLOWSHIP bg.. ,--- -V 2.1 :sary--3?f::.'7r31f'4"' J fa 457,-it - we zz-...M 1' '- Jlflg 'I e' I ' Writ' :- N Cope, C. Engstrom, C. Klingensmith, T. Bonomo, pres.: Mr. Flinner L Hitchins I Abrams sec.-treas.,' W. Wilkewitz, C. Hubenthal, vice-pres.,' C. McCamon, G Palmer Christian service organizations play an important role on Geneva's campus. The Christian Ministry Fel- lowship CCMFJ offers the student interested in entering the ministry or full time Christian service an opportu- nity to share their experiences with others not only through discussions but also through actual contact with many local churches. This non-denominational or- ganization, whose president is Tom Bonomo, strives to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, as does the Christian Student Fellowship CCSFJ. CSF, which meets Sabbath evenings, sponsors many activities bringing the students on our campus together for fellowship in Christ. Praising God through various means-reading and studying the Holy Scriptures, sing- ing Psalms, listening to guest speakers-provides an atmosphere for Christian growth which is so necessary in our present day. Gospel teams sent forth from CSF afford an opportunity for students to give their own personal testimonies. These two organizations, along with a College dedi- cated to sewing Christ, uphold Geneva's motto "Pro Christo et Patriaf' 102 l ll I' if r' s B. Willson, vice-pres.g M. Boyle, publicityg C. Dennison, pres.,' E. Faris, vice-pres.,' D. Copeland, vice-pres. Bob Willson leads folk singing after a get-together at Professor Adams' farm. CHRISTIA ST DE T FELLOWSHIP t. ,. WI' .i i U w First Row: S. Wentzel, J. Spoelhof, K. Kolb, R. Chrisman, S. Brauman. Second Row: Krauss, J. Park, B. Finley, J. O'Neill, I. Birdsall, R. Vos. Third Row: S. Hunt, Heath, G. Henning, R. Napoletano, A. Birdsall, R. Stegall. 103 l wr,-AIM ii ,U J? ,l C3151 L C AN UAGE CLUBS CLASSICS CLUB liz. -X1 ti 64- it H. Smith, H. Snyder, J. DiLeonardo, vice-pres.: R. Fox, pres.: R. Taylor, sec.-treas.g M. Bradford, G. Palmer, Dr. Birch and Miss Lytle, advisors. D E DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAF T :zz W 33.223 gr. vu. , , 45? '52 was 1 . 1.1, wha .. , iw R. Warner, pres.g C. Winegar, vice-pres., F. Augustine, sec., J. Park, W. Lewis, A. Westman, M. Hage, Mr. Chase, Dr. Mueller. 104 f'f1 bf' .fi EL CIRCULO ESPANOL N 'F- -qy?,,Al. Ll N ,.. Seatedg Miss Haugh, M. Shenesky, pres.: D. Connair, secng Dr. Planos. Standing: J. Michel, D. Dorn, D. Manojlovich, P. Spooner, R. McClure, K. Tincani, R. Napoletano, J. Ricardi, J. Taylor, C. Ivey. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 1 la l l A l f 7 V f-,. 7 W, .gif may nz ,, ,. , L. Phillips, C. Ivey, M. Cardinale, A. Porter, A. Primerano, J. Riccardi, sec.-treas.,' J. Withrow, pres.,' R. Napoletano, J. Park, Mr. Polly. 105 .1 r-1 .r, r I u 1. , . 'w I fi pf- ' ...M .VJ Y 1 . -4 R 1 I . -. if USIC CSF CHOIR The CSF choir, ably directed by Mr. Charles McBurney, presented religious programs to churches in the surrounding area during the school year. The a cappella choir presented "Witnesses Unto Me" using the metrical version of the Psalms incorporating choral reading and choral singing. This group performs a valuable Christian service for the College as Well as for themselves. The Genevans, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greig and Dr. Robert Tweed, toured the southern states this year in the spring, and made a good impres- sion for Geneva by their outstanding performances both musically and personally during their two week visit to churches, schools, and homes in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida. Many contacts were made with prospective students. Many alumni were also able to attend these per- formances and view slides of Geneva's campus. The Genevans, a mixed chorus of about forty voices, was selected last fall by auditions open to all students. Being chosen to sing in this group is really an honor! The practices were intense but rewarding as evidenced by the successful Christmas and Spring Concerts. Both CSF choir and the Genevans made recordings of their singing which were sold to the public. We at Geneva are very proud of these two organizations not only for their contribution here on campus but for the outstanding job of public relations they do all over the United States! H2322 First Row: Mr. McBurney, J. Keys, L. Krauss, C. Dunn, R. S. Pratt, M. McGinnis, S. Hunt, M. Waite, S. Brauman, B. Wallace, B. Mitchell, B. Faris, R. Piper, C. Heath, E. Elliott, Verrett. Third Row: G. Henning, J. Unangst, B. Martin, C. N. Dill, V. Hoenstine, J. Caskey, B. Kennedy, E. Kitaguchi, P. Wise, R. Baumgartner, J. McCready, D. McMillan, D. McBur- Zingas. Second Row: K. Kolb, M. Walker, I. Birdsall, I. Ellett, ney, D. Thompson, J. Park, D. Fenchel, R. Balph, B. Hemp- B. Hemphill, S. Faris, N. Wright, C. McBurney, J. Spoelhof, hill, C. Dennison, R. Stegall, R. Willson. 106 THE GENEVANS l 1 l l V' il w 1--me is i. H ,.7' - ' ' ff-f-Lf-r...-.. .-s-,,.,. -'-- --H ,W 'li fl , J, -i. fN. First Row: H. Fowlow, M. LaMantia, P. Brough, L. Hall, E. Elliott, L. Means, M. Mariotti, B. Verrett, B. Mann, J. Evans, B. Moore, A. Hart, J. Boyce, B. Tindall, S. Went- zel. Second Row: P. Albarell, K. Elliott, P. Stephenson, B. McFarland, C. McBurney, M. Wilcox, S. Pratt, J. Gilliland, R. McMillan, P. V. Wigton. Third Row: B. Finley, T. B. Moser, R. Balph, D. Moore, H. D. Howell. Fourth Row: B. Soldres- sen, G. West, J. Wilcox, B. Wood, D. Mc- Burney, D. McMillan, G. Bauman, G. Simp- Steiner, Miller, Howell, son, B. Thomas, P. Hunt. MCKEE LASSIES M. Bougher, B. Verrett, R. McMillan, P. Steiner, V. Wigton, S. Wentzel. 107 THE GE EVA CGLLEGE MARCHI G B . . .-. :.-. .- J. 7 r ii ' in u ,, .rrp-se-.:,'f"-1. " ' V , . if First Row: B. Walters, D. Phillips, D. Pietro, E. Harsha, H. Crissman, L. Troggio, D. Detwiler. Second Row: B. Thomas, G. Taylor, D. Guiser, S. Ivey, L. Palyash, D. Sporny. Third Row: T. Manley, B. Taras, S. Dunbar, W. Hacker, C. Ozinga, V. Manning, L. Hansen. Fourth Row: J. Miller, C. Shaffer, S. Dobrowski, D. Herko, J. Sanders, B. Stout, E. Arnold. Fifth Row: R. Baranauiski, R. Larizza, P. Davenport, K. Gray, B. Dawson, L. Anthony. Sixth Row: T. Chuvala, E. Robinson, S. Mustric, N. McCloskey, M. Zeh. Seventh Row.' J. Walter, A. Gane, C. Padgett, M. Soergel, N. Wright, B. Correll. Eighth Row: L. Sigworth, J. Cossiu, D. McBurney, D. Garvin, J. Michel, L. Ramunno, F. Capo, J. Martin. Majorettes clockwise: J. Morgan, B. Glaab, K. Sanders, D. Hampe, B. Beck, M. White, C. Castle, B. Hoffman, P. Plummer, P. Fair. 108 Y- YY FSL" -Y 'T' W T , n , 125- iv -213' 'l S . if.-. . .Aa YE wi .5 A-' L. i The Swing Band performed at various functions. BRASS ENSEMBLE Ci Seated: C. McBurney, M. LaMantia, W. Sanders, R. Stout, J. Miller. Standing: D. Detwiler, L. Phillips, B. Walters, D. McBurney, E. Arnold, Mr. Jones, director. 109 PRE-P ROF ES SIGNAL Q 'f g .tv H 1. sl L,-f "f V ' l First Row: Mr. J. Mitchell, advisory R. Keslar, treas.,' J. Swartzlander, sec.: S. Schimfp, vice- pres.g D. Wagner, pres. Second Row: C. Mar- Bishton, M. Yurich. Third Row: R. Straut- tin, B. Tritt, L. Modliszewski, K. Campbell, R mann, D. Hoye, C. Lott, D. Newingham, P Minnick, K. Fisher, S. Wehman. Fourth Row: D. Fenchel, D. Gray. E G EERI SOCIETY -On the following six pages are clubs which offer to the students an opportu- nity to experience a profes- sional atmosphere with others having similar inter- ests. The Accounting Club, the Engineering Society, the Government and Law Society, P.M.E.A. CPenn- sylvania Music Educators, Associationl, P.S.E.A. CPennsylvania State Educa- tional Associationj, the Secretarial Club, and the Pre-Med Society provide many stimulating, interest- ing, and varied programs. The Accounting Club and Engineering Society IN strive to acquaint Geneva 'l' students with the opportu- if nities afforded to individ- 1 . K '55 ' :j,,.1rn4-3 .W . uals in these particular 6.25 M X iields. Dwight Wagner was president this year of the ii T" Accounting Club with Mr. Mitchell as faculty advisor. L John Lang served as presi- l 1 ef- dent of the Engineering So- ciety. ' "Ci L.. ui ji 1 OFFICERS-M. Connor, treas.,- Mr. Hamilton, advisory J. Lang, pres.p J. Ristau, vice-pres.,- Mr. Syversen, advisor. 110 GOVERNMENT AND L W SOCIETY T ,pig '-QQ , .W H: ,Hu wwe M H ll, ll ul, H .lluf H VN "NN,,,H"H,.,5,iiQlLglQ,iillyyf'igil11yy5'i,3.. W S' rf X XX.. A. Larson, L. Hansen, J. Park, pres.: M. Bachman, vice-pres., R. Coleman. pv- . Vrxl Y' First Row: G. Haberman, A. Mavrides, R. Campbell, A. P. J. Sklarsky, W. Krupa, T. Harshall, E. Moses, R. Fabian Cox. Second Row: J. Ford, J. Foust, A. Mendicino, L. Laz- Fourth Row: D. Dixon, R. Johnson, R. Phillips, E. Keeney, W zaretti. Third Row: E. Wilson, D. McClain, E. Reed, F. Myers, Pursh. 111 . .E.A. First Row: B. Dawson, N. McCloskey, E. Augustine, A. Hart, W. Rose, M. LaMantia, H. Fowlow. Second Row: E. Robinson, S. Nedrow, S. Hasking, S. Wentzel, P. Brough, B. Moore, J. Gilliland. Third Row: J. Veon, L. Larson, C. Dunn, L. Hornacek, V. Wigton, K. Luger, B. Zeigler, sec.-treas. Fourth Row: W. Sanders, D. Detwiler, L. Phillips, R. Vild, D. Scholl, L. Ramunno, W. Hacker. Fifth Row: P. Albarell, B. Verrett, M. Mariotti, Mr. Greig, B. Mann, E. Arnold, pres.g J. Miller. ..,- 1" 1' .J ,,. ' ,Annual ae vii i P 0' ' C 1. J. Park 2. K. Gatti i 3. M. Szczurku 'N 4. L. Sanderbeck L 5. M. Bentley " 6. J. Metzger 7. G. Hancock 8. S. Miles 9. D. Connair 10. M. Hage 11. J. Wisherman 12. W. Rawl 13. G. West 14. D. Sheffield 15. J. Snarey 16. D. Sporny 17. R. Coleman 112 F ' 'B' 'nv ws,-a-1. P.S.E.A. 'S fm. bn 3- PSEA OFFICERS-Kathryn Gatti, sec.g Paul Hemphill, pres.g Peggy Evans, treas.3 Mr. John Merryman, advisorg June Metzger, publicity. -...J "fs "J- 113 ofagjfif' 1 52262 1111 'T 2' IELWEAY ' '. l. 1. S. Sietz 2. J. Piper 3. D. Kubitz 4. G. Oberfeitinger 5. K. Macioge 6. C. Mrvosh 7. W. Rose 8. H. Smith 9. D. Lukens 10. Cusick 11. S. Linhart 12. M. Mileage 13. I1 Ellet 14. V. Wigton 15. J. Benninger 16. A..Braun 17. R. Vild 18. B. Brown 19. J. Rodahaver 20. J. Spoelhof 21. J. DiLeonardo 22. W. Smith 7 Hu' H f,,.,Q , , . 1 , wf" - m f .11 ff? Vx, N J .M , -ma N, L. 1 L A L. n. .u PRE- ED FP Z 11817, 114 2 ll I5 1 , ' ' f A 4 'i 0' .C A 52 55 5 h K- , ' Zz 5 I - 4 . ' Y ! i Q 1 ' V Jr ' :Q . me 2' YY K 'Q W X 4 K A 1 ., 1 1 , f' s I8 l X Lfxl r 1 n. 1. J. Forman, pres. 7. K. Sullivan 12. K. Shepherd . J, Repaski . A. Spees , A, James 2. D. Hornung, vice-pres. 8. A. Hurray 13. M. Robb . T. Viggiano L. Means J, Jordan 3. B. Kaweski, sec. 9. P. Bethune 14. R. Kagarise . J. Rowan K. Kolb . F. Johnston 4. R. Landfair, treas. 10. J. Evans 15. A. Juhasz . J. Klyop W- Weaver . T. Bryan 5. M. Wisnoski 11. M. Wilcox 16. T. Fean . C. Lazzeri D- Steed . J. McCormick 6. K. Smith . P. Davenport N- D111 The Pre-Med Society and the Secretarial Club are two pre-professional organiza- tions which strive to relate their activities to the broader scope of these professions by bringing in speakers from outside of the college. John Forman served as president of the Pre-Med Society and was able to plan and to have many interesting programs this year stressing the field of medicine. The Secretarial C1ub's president was Carole Heath. Carole served well in this capacity and found the girls to be interested in all areas related to business. Mrs. Shuler was faculty advisor. SECRETARIAL '41 X., -1S""" ,4-'A vu' First Row: N. Feicht, social ch.g C. Heath, pres.g D. Hampe, vice- Shuler, D. Trella, S. Totera, B. Hampe, P. Fair, K. Fisher, P. Perkins, pres.g D. Gray, sec.g R. Morrow, treas. Second Row: K. Sadler, K. L. Bush. Glass, B. Correll, S. Hunt, R. Chuey, P. Pezzi. Third Row: Mrs. 115 PUBLICATIONS ENGINEERING QUARTERLY 1, , ng ,I . 552 is . .J n ' 'li' I aww 'I A, I1 I I I2-it I W i ll vi ,V ,..I,'r .,-E , ' 5 i ' lit' -Ll I! 45 ia .5 q , - ,sn-l if Y . NL W . . 4 --.--we 4 I I I I ivy I-pf I I F Q A 'Ny ii' . I ig 1 X . ' li Y 1 T it ":"' p I I ' ww LJ Don Horton, co-editorg Dee Wargo, stuffy Roger Cook, co-editor. CHIMES ii . Publications play an important part on Geneva's campus. The Cabinet, The Chimes, The Engineering Quarterly, and The Genevan all serve to relate to the student body and to others interested in the College a variety of information. The Cabinet, published bi-weekly, serves to keep the student body informed of news on campus and also gives the students an opportunity to express themselves either as writers on the staff or through "letters to the Editor." The Chimes, published annually by the English Club, encourages students gifted in the literary area to contribute original material. Prizes are awarded to the out- standing contributor. The Engineering Society sponsors The Engineering Quarterly and publishes articles pertaining to areas in engineer- ing. The Genevan strives to perpetualize the experiences of the student body by publishing an annual. Many years from now The Genevan will be indicative of the year 1966-1967. 1.741 5- 113- I l . 'Wifi wr-.. I Q i f if. . I 3' 'fI4fV .'Y?u , I I Q CIABI ET .M . 3. .K I.. -Q44 B. Reid, photograplzerg A. Primerano, wrilerg W. Rawl, writerg J. Humes, assistant editorg M. Krzton, editorg T. Yarosz, writerg M. Bachman. news. Missing: D. Fenchel, business manager. . J. Butkowsky, editor S. Pratt J. Lees C. Lazzeri I. Nixon C. Hewitt . E ' 1 1 " rw w . W- 1 1 - X I 1 x I A' -f:?i'5"5'47'3 lffi? M . ...s . H ... W ,,.. U!! W NJTHQ9 1, W ELK: . my , fv. . .. W ' " 1 -.-.,' I X X . 3 r . if 7. J. Humes 8. J. Hebenthal 9. K. Murphy 10. S. Hensley 11. A. Westrnan 12. F. Piatek I im and Marsha preparing another Cabimfl. l I GE EVAN STAFF EDITOR VIRGINIA MONTINI, Edilor BUSINESS MANAGER BARBARA FRITZ, Assistant Editor 5 ' L-.1 A V' , ,I 4A ROBERT WILLSON, Business Managerg DALE LANG, P11010g1'f1Pl1y J AN ABRAMS, Assistant X Tv .39 is 'x FMS' If I1 f I' 'Y' im I I ' I ARBUTH CONN, Plmrograplzyg GEORGE HENNING, Sports JACK MCCRORY, Photography 118 TYTT-.42!7'T11fT,.fZY 'W' ' W 47 L an -75 5 - A rv w F' A w wwf w is ww .53 L ALAN JAMES and PITSA ZINGAS, Dormitories KAREN GLASS and SANDY WEHMAN, Typi-Yi-Y ' w lf' gl- ff'A . ,- ROB BALPH, Seniors EILEEN FARIS and PEGGY EVANS Knot picturedl, Writers V ww. w " New . 1 . I Plug." uilw 1 wflilfw e:wwG. ' A I R.. "ft, - 55" :Ev-1 - Y Ulf I wl ' I www- w w . , ww 'N w A H w ww " sg ww .. I, , w-w- Nwwww wwssxwgg W W wg! ww wg ww, A I , ww iwgw '. .- ww nw . w ' ' wr' Q ----p w-A " T w " 1 in - V. 5 .U Lx: - A- In w - , .4 m Q ,-F, u W 'Irv Q, I . E, "' ' nz f- ww WWE- w W , . w , w V -' .. a, 1, 2 91" E-' . ' f.N ESTHER GRAY and DON MCBURNEY, Clubs JOY MORGAN, Ulll1'6fC'IClS5Il10Il 119 SC ENCE 111, D. Johnson, J. Panner, E. Dietz, pres.g B. Fritock, W Reid vice pres.g Dr. South, B. Schuller, R. Ford. CHE ISTRY CLUB A. Sopirak, T. Watterson, I. Welsh, J. Wallace, E. Eppinger, B. Willson, T. Wilson. -- . lll . i. Y . W . 15 it T. Yoder, J. Sipp, J. Beres, I. Matsik, R. Lewarchic, D. Steed, J. Ondeyka, A. Spees. 120 The Chemistry Club, Math Club, and Psychology Club are very active organ- izations. The three clubs not only present a variety of relevant programs but also participate actively in general campus ac- tivity. The Chemistry Club has been very successful in float building as they have a few trophies to show for their skill. The Math Club encourages students in this particular area to keep in vogue with the newest theories and approaches to mathematics. One way this is accom- plished is through monthly meetings fea- turing guest speakers. The Psychology Club, a large organ- ization, provides for students interested in this area to become acquainted with the Held. This spring the club took a field trip to Dixmont State Hospital and found this a most rewarding experience. T1 P Stephenson J Hablcht K Elhott pres B Moore sec I Marnicio, vice-pres PSYCHOLOGY CLUB N 24 ' . -' aj' V 'A is - SH 1 f' flu!! '. ' :N Seated B Soldressen C Bxggart G Bedxson B Beck R Vos vxce Dorn G Dorn B, Kaweski, M.Prosper1n1 J Taylor J Capan F pres P Plummer sec treas L Anwe1ler B Stefan pres W Pr1ce M Blazr B Snyder, A. Conn S Nafk1CW1CZ P Vasas v 15 F nam, is! 5 SPEECH FRILL AND DAGGER 9 Forensic activities offer to Geneva stu- dents the opportunity for self-expression. Members of Frill 84 Dagger, WGEV, and the Debate Society contribute their time and talents to bring to the students on our campus a variety of interesting activities. Last fall, fsee page 140-lj, under the able direction of Mr. Harry Farra, Frill 8a Dagger and Alpha Psi Omega, honorary dramatic fraternity, presented The Mouse That Roared. The Bagpiper Theatre just renovated became the place where many enjoyed several other plays during the year. In correlation with the acting drama class, The Land of the Dragon, a chil- dren's play, and Everyman, a morality play, were also presented for public view- ing. In the spring, A Few Skits and Song About Things Right and Wrong with the World, the Church, and You, directed by Mr. Ross Andrusko proved to be very popular and succeeded in being rather controversial. WGEV, our own F. M. station, broad- casted a variety of programs this year. Mr. Gene Sekeres assisted the students who displayed interest in this particular area of speech to 'igain the practical expe- rience in radio programming and opera- tion afforded by the stationf' The Debate Society working in con- junction with the debate class encourage students Whose interest lie in persuasion, public speaking, and oral interpretation to participate. Again this year, Geneva sponsored the Second Annual Summit Debate Tournament. 9 l l 0 B . 4 5 7 i 3 Q 1 af ' 0 X X B. Recker, president 7. R. NaP0leta1'l0 N. Fogel, vice-president 8. G. Montini B. Bush, W. Wrlkewitz, preszdent J. Park, secretary-treasurer 9. G. Rohrbaugh K. McKinney 10- M- JOY 122 M. Szczurku ll. C. JOY T. Mitchell 12. B. Hoffman R DIO - WGE l 9 ,, 9 6 7 I Q l 2 f I0 . Y EJ . A x7 X' A, 5 Y 1. D. Phillips, general manager 2. N. Fogel 3. R. Napoletano 4. P. Jewell, sports director 5. W. Lewis 6. Mr. Gene Sekeres 7. P. Spudich, news director 8. J. Humes 9. F. Morrison 10. A. Baumann, traffc director D. Hanna, program director absent DEB TE- PI KAPP DELT ll J.- Vi Q6-1 Mr. Ross Andrusko, S. Gillespie, B. Walters, B. Recker, secretary: L. Boren, G. Montini, vice- presidentg I. Delivuk, irensurer, fabsentl. 123 P VARSITY CLUB Mft. :.F.:..4,l: .6 L' ' ijt. " H f.. Qi fi Hr. W1 Q, -15 22 Qxl v, 1 .. .1 . .-Q. if JN gy 1 ,QL f 1,51 9 1 gg 1 1 .. - Ml- Q iv4"ii' .I 1 fi? 1. ,f . f A . , 'fly .1 'm , .. X. F.. L7..f. -M .1 .... A . I--,J Kneeling: R. Emerine, R. Puskar, pres.p J. Evans, treas.g R. Finley, sec.: D. Fenchel. Standing: B. Sterrett, P. Jewell, D. Greco, J. Zupsic, D. Copeland, B. Schuler. 1. M. Matvey 2. J. Ursida 3. G. Henning 4. A. Forman 5. G. Church 6. G. Flynn 7. K. Hooge 8. B. Schuster 9. M. Hink 10. F. Culp WB we mn ' 5-Q?HlgEg?Q S a ' 1 9 I - 11. K. Gilkey 12. J. Marnicio 13. B. Lewis 14. M. Young 15. R. Galiffa 16. M. Jones 17. J. O'Neill 18. J. Kosier 19. R. Baumgartner 20. R. Gratton C. Hennon G. Wogilewski R. Robb B. Harsh S. Schimpf D. Wagner P. Spudich R. Phillips SPORT I 7 . I 5 r A Kneelingg B. Baum, treas.,' R. Kagarise, pres.: M. Veltman, receiver: I. Habicht, vice-pres. Standing: K. Dobosh, C. Anderson, B. Correll, C. Martin, S. Cummings, C. Woolley, D. Burket, M. Harsh, L. Sanderbeck. GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM-K. Dobosh C Anderson, P. Evans, B. Senior. WAA Li i r. 1 -ALL- V5 ,.. First Row: B. Fritz, P. Evans, S. Cummings, B. Baum, M. Veltman, Mrs. Napoli. Second Row: D. Burket, C. Martin, C. Anderson, M. Harsh, B. Senior. GIRLS' B SKETBALL . Q 45,35 ' f l .gil f ' lx ..Vf..gi . Egg I-4.-'Jin .51 ' 1' ffv' ' v A' WL .,.,N- ..1., . .-.n- . , -- -.-. .. - - ,vy- W ..: ,H ,f-Lrg, V ,Fin . ,. ,.,., - W.. .- - . . .5 ,. ,. - .. .. -.. , 75.5 Xp, X W... ..-fzxvf. , 7.5 .., . . .. ,,,.,.,,,,, ,, .... .-4-:, ' ,... ' " Sli .W 5111. if . .L -4 ,.v K 4 'A-fi? ., ., . - .. f'.:- ., . - 4-' -.5 - 1. 1.-...' .. 'ri "4 1 :L.-- ,W r ...ii , U. , ,,., .1 fl. , . . lg M MM .. up wg-EL ,UM M.-1 :f ' ,g.',,A . .: gi. Lg --G Q - s "Z.Q.:.,5-ga-,..,,. . . -, A-fr.-' - f- 5 . Lu 4 .v--2 , Above: Joy Morgan, head i N I Below: Patti Fair, specialty -an is-.. 7:-'r.vgzL- . -312 M. White, D. Hampe, C. Castle, J. Morgan, B. Hoffman, K. Sanders, B. Beck Missing: P. Plummer, B. Glaab. 126 CHEERLEADERS l h i X . ,M ,lin ,wntzlg , W t . , . r ,g, EAl55.,I,,' ,N V 1.5.2. ng A sm JI ' A s' , t.. .,., J .lr rbkl it it 52 W 12,-ggwjl . JL A P. McLanahan, K. Elliott, A. Birdsall, S. Lewis, K. Macioge, M. Washburn, B. Stewart, L Albert Ckneelingj. Above Right: seniors, K. Elliott, K. Macioge, L. Alberts. Lois Albert, head cheerleader 127 '1- PV! N mw 1 I w Wil 1-VN + it N X.. -pk ""-4 I NFA K N Kan: iff fx:- vnsu. - -134 A ff' ' fa q A ,, 1" '-."'x .Nth 'Q-1Ql..Lf , s I' ff ' ' l v 'W A ,-nw' , 'Lx 1 f -1 'E I Aw 441 .ff-L yu . Ill ' H X X 'QiF'a2F J ' 5' K2 " M 4 , u H H , X ,, w J-1' 1' ' 1 H, SPRI G , .M-T.r1..5'f'1irg?iail:'?'+f-A if 2 I , DAVE FENCHEL-Golf, captain D v I :W-31 IH. L' -- . L ' if' ',x :',, 1 UNIV, U-1' , X, W hwy, ' ,Q 'fy - 4, -.a-lj, . ar . -r A ,--,-.- ' zzz.-1 'r .-,-L.-1 +.- , V, , . .hud- AK fu M x ' 1 N 1 1' w -g 5 ' ,P '11-fi-' Je 4 91 'X Ms' ' ' L - ,tr 7 v , , I ' '-:JL C 1, , -. M y gif " . fqgai. - 1144-Q-:Qt U 'T ' --J.-1--. 'T, H if , 1' fi " 1 . DA' ' 2 A s. 'Bl 43, i , . x .- x V if: 1 '1 L' I 4 nr E , 15 1 'L 1 1 " H 'f Xe- '44 Sir- f 1, .rvr ' -... X,- I wb 'X fr 'D- N .A u n, ., .H --' 'N 1- 1 . 'W , ' . ,f 1 ., ' I .J ,ag ff ve wr ,L ,, , i ,H Az, .' V-..1r': , 1 .- -- M' --V. , snap. v - - - .: N -----A K sl' ,, 3-'L :Q . mum-P , ' J. 4-if rg .N -mf" 4 ere f r . 2 A r , ,,......e..,.4..u.4.xgn:q3-1:1 L-4. DAN COPELAND-Track, Conference Record: inte hurdles 1 , , , IFN umm 'li ,I x-fx' NLR ERICK EMERINE-Basketball, cap- tain, All Conference, "Player of the Week" w Q, I Q, w v .r , .fr Ven.,-.,4,., .. 75 .7 ,- iw., , .w. L v Q 3: Q. A, 4- Q fx? SENICR ATHLETES A 'ASA' ,. -- .:, ,EEi.Q A ,1 ' , 113 k . 5 1 A M hx V1 .H N' A 2. A A. A A -A A gg . r' 5 "J im' AA..cAA5A ff AAI. A Q4 E ,VA , , '.. "1 x NM AXA' ' 1159-A ' . .4 . :A L 'Ay Al 4 rj A gf' ,mr IBTA-3' , " v' Pg . , vw A A A-All ' ,Liga ,M C, at A ff V -. ,ASFE-,AEM ,g,,1.- L .AA 3,351 . JJ:-5-,V 1 - e A r :A , Aa-A-1,4 .A--.',. . ..h.. .A -M.- V. ,1.',,, 5-.., ,A A -gl-,-sgg' -1,Lf'3-.A.jI2fQ', '21 :J .A - ,.,., , . .,- 7-.AA ,- :, 3 -- J- --. -,J A v-- . H1 , .-..i..., ., ,A L "' ' A-.,..' uffifi 14: .: .-,4.i'.FA "" 5 'Ax 1 1, :Q--'..',4L,i5' AAA...v,,A rug, A , ., ,W A-"' :wx 'fr-'?,11f"J',!-' ' A' "l"'f- . - Az: 3"f3F:"."' 3 AAA 'A . --AL- - A A 4 .--AJ. -.. ..4..1,g:.t-L.x 4.4 L.1x'f..TIil.-1 RAY PUSKAR-Footballg Baseball, captain, All Conference . , hifi A L , V. . I r A -'A --r' Aezff' - - . f:., ',.,...L,, :vii A7 ' " '?. 5: ' W 31 :Q , 4 , .A A A AAAAAA . A A , A ,, N: N A' H AA A 'EN ' ' V . ., -'fag-...Des-sg -' "M" A 'mfg f ' A . A A 2, ,, .. '-AI. "A--. Lggwig -:.A1A . ..f..L, W, . .-,,4..l..m----...... AL MARCUS-Tennis ,Jo I ,n Ls! , , ff ' N A 'Q .W 13 , ,. A A 97 A AA YA - ' ' A ' '. A S- H Z1-J-'Y Z. . ' - " ,,,1 1: ,.-., YN.. A A EL E, A32 if A- A . .A , ALA-1 , , I, AA A --f ,, , - A . J ff . A A , A. A , N, KA 1.1 AL.,,,.i -A xx -.1--A-. Aim .A ,"- A A:2.4,:j 'A ' A A- .A ' ' 2 I,,.5f,-A- L.,AA jf, 'fu , . . A-,M - 'iIi!SAiA3'Ql1zi:fJ1fi A:1A'.., " -A 2 -,g,jf1 -:.',A,v.vi -A',:..:-JA' ' M1 ' ' . lf' L'3'vZLAIf:' ' 'flfizil-:.4J.-' A ' Ah! BILL SCHULLER-Football , . gl L M.. M , ,V , . lg A X. - , Ni ---.-... ., A A AA A- . A 1, A A, ' ' . ' ' A NTL, ,HW J WW A BOB CLARKE-Tennis, captain, All Conference Doubles 131 5A UA A A, " EJ ED GIANNINI-Basketball 1 A .. .,, '--,,lAfi'--' , . - ,M .,.i.,.Y . .- AK, . , ' -.Q-:AA . -,g-1-21,-' A "' 'a- " . 7 " .vggf ig- nb. 5:1-Q A - .fmqA:1Aff.-1-'if?1?2-fffw 2-AB-fn "L TE ' Fafil.-' A'A--,Arr-:4 T' -rg AN . ' A ,f-,Af-r. Aw.:-A ,A -, .,- s, A' .X 2:-5: A -f -,, A ,- .41 1 A . - .... ,,,.,, . - , . r-3-IA, A Q- 5,3-3 --A.g-'A-:.fw11,.,::-1. -: h- - H . . T X' '7?-5""+: '.'57if1,...' - " 14, PAUL JEWELL-Baseball CHERYL WINEGAR-Rifle . A AA AAA L' TQ eh NA . ,, . , . A, A AU 'AfAAfAAAAW.,AAAiAA AA wi A P' , , I AIA Y Y A A AQ If ,, A22 A H A , 'AAA TA I AA A - A A A A , K, .5 V, ., A UAA .V A A A A' A A ' 'AAAAQQAAAAA A fi . F- QLAYAA AA AA AA AA AA AAAA A AAAAA -AA A. AA ,E lun" 'fAH,:3,....A.AAA.. AA AAA.A A1.,,,AAA,,AAA,,,,AAAAUA, WA. A. AA. A. RA AALAAHAQAA AAA5kAAa,,,,,...AA..AAA, AMW AA: A ,. A fm5,,,,.a,,AA.......ZAl AAAALE.. ,,A?A1A,.AiA..EAAA,.. gn AA 5 5-'.-4.,.j1 A , 5- , " ' . . .. J, F ., BASEBALL it.: , .. "if " 5- "" f'i'l'1?3l-'1. EF' N 1 iifllw 1 .- 1... , - V, - . H ,H ' .' " "Y, A ' t "'-rf-nt. ', V " A ii L atsl . f 1 ' to '- - C , , .Q Hfl' a .gain 31,8512 M41 nt.R.f.m. cf- H4 M' LM it-?fr""f -1 ' " i - fn! X X 55' ' .B , 'EQNHV ' ' 4- 1 " Q39 3 iii-has Y-M W 5 -N - hi, 'Qs' my :iii My hz. V' Q .V J 1 1 'fd5"Q', . 'vii i 'J-:if A F " P ' J GE In Setting . an i . fy ,nf tk! 3 I!,.Iv .n K" W V V !".i"1I . X' J fa' . 1 t - .. affug' mein? 2 , y .3 4 if 'J ul: -I 1 .ff ,.. ..L ,nf --5 V, - , , , .. A - 1 . N .L-.11 54,1 Qmwl 1, - . lvl ,Q " ' mv U f'-.-1 . Ray Puskar, captain, receives a handshake of confidence from Coach Frasier. .. 'f - ' "alfa- wf V . . '--. ' -, . . .. , , , 4. 4, .wi A - , , ,J -.idx Navi...-gil ' Q".-1. .1 ' ' - , 4 mfg. , A' '- ' -f,,: we ' -A H 1 ' ,., ", . ,V ... -, .flv V' . I . . 1 .1 .. -,. t-..,,..Y,. . ,,,.. .,.- ,.,, . ,. 1 First Row: R. Baumgartner, R. Shuster, J. Marnicio, J. Maracek, D. Crawford, K. Wines, R. Puskar, P. Jewell, J. Kosior. Second Row: B. Aultman, batboyg W. Arzberger, R. Rak, C. Walmer, J. Quaintance, J. Manzetti, D, Youtzy, B. Zorko, M. Matvey, C. Hennon, S. Owen, mgr.g D. Frasier, coach. 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Wielgoleski, K. Danchenka, D. Fenchel, G. Mitchell. Second Row: F. Culp, R. Gilkey, E. Rushmore, M. Young, B. Stegall, Dr. Carson coach. SPV' I ,W Geneva Opponent 4M St. Francis 2M 0 Grove City 7 0 Westminster 7 6 Waynesburg l 2 Duquesne 5 1 Thiel 6 0 Camegie Tech 7 5 Slippery Rock 2 1 St. Vincent 6 134 3 Wins-6 Losses V. .N . 'W , 5, , .Taft F its-:.,,: 'sl gn' :xii 1 ' , J F 1 4 7. V I Y V f1f "W l' 'L 1' 3 l ll it gf' t w ww tl! 552 N First Row: R. Clarke, R. Balph, G. Henning, A. Forman, R. Torrito. Second Row: B. Stegall, A. Marcus, M. Walther, R. Gratton, J. O'Nei11. Geneva Opponent 9 St. Vincent 0 4 Duquesne 5 6 Waynesburg 3 7 St. Francis 2 3 Carnegie Tech 6 5 Grove City 4 3 Westminster 6 2 Bethany 7 6 Hiram 3 1 Gannon 8 5 Wins-5 Losses 2nd Place W.P.I.A.C. 1 ll, ll 'u Hu lu' Nl W, tw.. My 1. ,Z , " H u, ,Q 11 .,--Wwllif " 1133.4-t"' " 'N , ff , I ' ,' xl . , x' -. ' 1"-pw' ' tv Y, ' . 1 ' --'5'w-M Hin 1- .. , ' ' W . .N fb' ' . .1 "WH:- l f R W HE, W. X . N n.. l . l ' .1 ' 'Z - 'N . ' -- V ,.. 52,45 I" ,, w. N lu . , . 1 .val '- -': .1 ,M " g' H ,,.- '.-1 Etsy... , ,M H,lL,LMMiMML. N 4 A ,H 5 .WVQMM 135 .W , ll. A ,L, , . ti ..t,l.1 . - 1 t . . v- -..-.- First Row: D. Mitchell, T. Sawyer, L. Brock, M. Hink, G. Haber- Forman, W. Smith, T. Forman, B. Nixon, P. Martillo, D. Lum, B. man, F. Montgomery, D. Copeland, R. Wheeling, F. Johnston. Sec- Hemphill, G. Robinson. ond Row: Mr. Aultman, coachg M. Adams, B. Martin, R. Robb, J. TRACK Geneva 012110116111 49 Clarion 96 7 1 Waynesburg 69 49 Carnegie Tech 96 33 Grove City 112 49 Westminster 96 83 St. Francis 60 40 Indiana 104 Wins: 2-Losses: 5 WPLIXC: Third Place 136 The Annual All Sports Convocation gives recognition to those athletes who have actively participated in intercollegiate competition during the school year. This year's speaker was Dave Hart, head foot- ball coach at the University of Pittsburgh. He stressed the importance of each athlete having enough self-reliance and self-respect to want to work hard to win. Teamwork was also empha- sized as a prerequisite for any successful team along with the ability to sacrifice for the good of the whole. Special recognition was given to four basket- ball players for being named "Player of the Week" during the season. This honor was well deserved as each contributed much to the success ofthe Golden Tornadoes. ALL SPORTS CC OCAT O Pitt's Dave Hart speaks to the athletes at the A11 Sports Convocation. Mr. Ron McKenna congratulates the "Player of the Week"-Jerry StUdeI1fS P21I'tiCiPafiU8 in football, CI'0SS'C0l1Uf1'Y, rifle, basketball, O'Neill, Rick Emerine, Don Sheffield, and Joe Petruny. golf, tennis, track, and baseball were recognized. v 44 y gcc. A .fer -Rasa ,- X , .. ,E-., A " ', 3 ,.!,mzsf .,f.l -v',s r , A , fi! in ,PIN ' , W.. 1 1.,,,., ..,. ..,,,,.,.. .. 1 J 2 Al. x ' " X I . ,,, J!! L,f ' .. .- L. ,ks- ,-4-, -- -1.14 5 gf: e .,W,,,., A ,--N. , ... Y H Q1 - 1 at my SEC. B 'mf 1 I .M X 4,5 A 'J' sf'- 4 r 1 L--sf" ,M-is at ' n I, f A , x x. '1' l , "Q, Q -n ,-. iz DRAMATIKS THE MOUSE THAT ROARED L EVERYMAN The Bagpiper Theatre provides facili- ties for Frill Sc Dagger productions. The theatre with a seating capacity of 127 is arranged in the concept of intimate thea- tre giving a perfect View of the stage from each seat. A large staging area, a light control booth, dressing rooms, cos- tume areas, and seminar rooms make these facilities flexible enough to present a variety of plays. The Mouse That Roared, The Land of the Dragon, Everyman, A Few Skits Jr Song . . . gave students interested in this particular phase of the speech curriculum an opportunity to display their acting tal- ents. Mr. Harry Farra ably directs these activities and strives to present interest- ing productions not only for the college but also for the community. ,A Nan f Viv' YH - H L Q, , . ,1 ,, ml fi 5 ,33,fg+ ' , f ,..-'A 1' 'J' ,Q 'gi'-, THE DRAGON ff- wx 4531, - g pei .'f ,., .N,,,!0 , , Vgv Flly U E . E , z 5 Q Ji.. N-Q - hm,-1 ' Win ,V WA Y. ,Q A .vk I fr 5 AH Xxx iK bg 'xx VA in 1 ,. H' W 1,5 ' I. 3 ' fif w ,' E-. X !.R"1.J,:i ilu na 140 wmv M.- :LIFT 'Nh' NJ 1 ififfa' F ,-. .1 v H- H. ' f , , .J?g.'f1- N -i ' f. , wwf'- Tliw' M A A 14 if - 4- W., A FEW SKITS 8L SONGS ABOUT THINGS WITH THE WORLD THE CHURCH, AND YOU. A9969 RIGHT AND WRONG 1967 MAY QUEEN ffl' A-,fl "" --,KP ,., 5'.' .1T.Lm- . , ., " 5 W :SQ , Q UEEN-CAROLYN WEBER c-5-X 5 7?',,,3e4ll+if55f . Y 1 '- 23 , A 2' x x r 1 IQ 'R xd - En: Q 33.4 ,, im '-:Q . ,, Q ' U CROWN BEARER-PATRICIA BETHUNE SCEPTER BEARER-VIRGINIA HOENSTINE 142 THE RGYAL CGURT y J X54 INGRID BIRDSALL KATHRYN ELLIOTT fu? QW Fig- . L BETH HEMPHILL BARBARA MANN . 5' .if .,3. , " 1 1--x'5?"' '93 -f kg' 'fix wif LA ,,. .nfggf f' l 55335-Hifii' A' IL' - PN , hyf E5 z1f'fQ?3f5r+'?Qqk:, 1 ,g l 5,,'X5. , , 115,51 -.. I , -A, 5-,Lady 1 , IV' ,I ,. .:7 MM hh v WWE!-.,!vRL T. w ..' MLK-r' E TT' I 5 -:VUE ,K -rwmw, ' , CAROL MRVOSH KATHY SULLIVAN 143 MF. 'xi Q ,,.,l'eJ"k.i 'MA 1 1--. . :E .f.g' ' N.-if-Q 7" -'SEN' T ' 7' i iii-Q1 H W M, ,,..,' 'i-ri. ' lklfbt' "1 1. , , J,,,i.x,..,?1, M., ,.x, ' 6 -. I '52-52 "'3',".'lL,,A, 'A ,"f,..i a i. 5 :QE l 1 i i lm i 'i ' ,f:iT.'Q5'-Ig f'5,'7' M 'H Wil-. Wg' - ff 'r , u' 7 i ' 'iii-'ii xi H Q' N' L' if- 1' if, A 'ef R . i ins' . .. . .- A. . ' we x E 'i Q if A i : .55 x 1 1, -il N ' ll. N , 4 X lf il 7 ' 2. 5 'ffflxiiiff " I G - ' -. PC, ' E V lf. 1 - ,A gl-twig 5 . 4. I ,,.. ,U , pa 13 , X 'I , f L ' 1 1 N - A -' ' 'ER-1 i. f . ---" f f i , 1 gli... . 3-Y ,, 9 W Hy . , I' l Qtilgl 1 r 'fl Q ' ' ,Q -. 'arf xg:-f X. J, l I Firs! Row: I. Caskey, M. Gordon, C. Jackson. Second Row: J. B. Hemphill, L. Boren. Fourth Raw: R, Clarke, R. Elkin, P. Mitchell, I. Birdsall, V. Douglas, R. Mitchell, Queen Carolyn Bethune, W. Stewart, V. Hoenstine, E. Dietz, N. Mann, D. Weber, K. Frasier, A. Perkins, K. Sullivan, T. Ledrick. Third Copeland. Row: R. Balph, R. Carlson, K. Elliott, C. Mrvosh, B. Mann, 144 A I . K , A f N x X , gg 8 i, I Pat Bethune, Maid of Honor places the crown on Queen Scepter Bearer V1rgm1aHoenst1ne presents the magzc wand Carolyn. Children always add so much color to May Day. All decked out for the oc- casion, they come and de- light the audience with their shyness and at the same time with their bold- ness. The excitement they generate along with the en- chantment of the whole evening makes this evening one to remember. May D ay this year proved to be so very suc- cessful that all the months and months of preparation turned out to be worth it. The backdrop shown to the left typifies the scenery used to create A Wonder- land By Night. With May Day comes many sentimental traditions: embroidering the queen's name on her royal train, the Senior Class president presenting a gift to the queen, announcing the win- ner of the W.S.A. scholar- ship, and the introducing of the president for the follow- ing year. 1 v ROB BALPH and JEAN CASKEY-Narrators May Day 1967 was held in Metheny Fieldhouse on May 5. The decorating committee did an excellent job of making it into a place of beauty and fantasy. Jean Caskey and Rob Balph ably presented the lovely queen, Carolyn Weber and her court. After the impressive crowning of the Queen of the May, a very delightful program was presented. Wonderland by Night, a spectacular, directed and narrated by Barbara Recker, as Alice in Wonderland, made it a night to remember. Many storybook characters were brought to life and delighted the audience with their songs, dances, and antics. The May-pole dance by ten lovely junior girls was a highlight of the evening. The annual presentation by the Queen of the coronation robe and the acceptance of it by the incoming W.S.A. president, Rose Marie Zindren, ended the light hearted evening. After the recessional, Queen Carolyn and her at- tendants received relatives and friends in the lobby of the Fieldhouse. I X itt 1 , MLQL. ,,.. N K 1 THE RQYAL CQURT D ESCORTS V- 4, .N -77-,H ,v i.. wg U-., ,-E .il ,S: ' Qi ay 1 -11 ' i if -51-1-elk if 4-.3',:.Qii.' iii if 1 le, , , ."' 'I fc' 213'-f 'i'!f'aEf,k", -' f i- 1 .a 4' ' 4 if ,. Q' ' " f lp: at :'fv':Z'gJf' as , i wkqiibt i Ji r. QQ?-,1 f"'s ' V" L .. . N P' - if 'IIS1 45. g ""' ' -t" " fix' , ' C . r . 4 . W 1 sf -tt in-+ve -A ' X ' ' 'Y ' ' ' if. , gf 'm?f'f1Jr,U ',v.,325'iig uf 13? A N. 'Y 1 fill. rr V . .Q . I fgggj .-- g..... I 04 Q p Q .W ' . . ' . . ...f 'gf' ge Q 1' . , er .1 -- w 1 "ir, it t p are ,. t . ff T is , X -T N' if, 1 . X- at .ga we-fQ.1.,,,' ,ff . y Y. it Y pf . rim , v U A M 1, EJ! ,X I !' ' W u LF' IL - 7 yr ' . - A N 'Milf' rx ' 'p .V N ,,H'rg,.' J , r up ' Q ' r 1 1" Q, I Q f ' I ,f' j..s ' 'J . ,V I '- 'G V ' rj. -:gin A I i it fx P 356, 3. If I 4 3' ' ggi?-'vm-. N . '?7- ' ' V it ., W " f' - r ' ,. ' " -A ,- W v EW " - ' Y few. I N' r' ' " X J IJ 'ff' 1 ' It ' i ' if V T - 1. at 1 ,s ' ' 1 fr i . e- 2 1 - r til? 'Nf' ' X' NX - if " l L- - ,..A?:42 - h ' lag' 5' V U .' yx V , , W J F W '. tr' 1: . M.: QA-...S rg i 2, 1 1 f + f .h r' .A ' t 1, if " L2 X ' f '3 -, NL? . X fi 'Q , 1 I, ,:Q1'?..3e5'Q:15gf,': , -1 V ' -41375 AY, .A A, V ff, VA. iw J H, j. N 1 Q glgfgl i 1.1 i 512 I 'Q 8 :ri 2f"u,. I V-V 1 I' - ' 2' " " '57 1- "4 ' wget :-' ' A Xilsgl . ,. - in 52 .. Hx Y MAYPGLE DAN CERS N. . Ne M-+4 T f First Row: Virginia Montini, Rose Marie Zindren, Barbara Fritz, Esther Gray. Second Row Margi Boyle, Margo Taylor, Betty Moore, Joy Morgan, Karen McKinney, Stephanie Lewis. 147 HTHE .xv .Pug 'fi Curtain call indicates a good performance by all-Bravo! HSNOW WHITE 8L SEVEN DWARFS" vii' , 'al F'-, 'i rr k A fc 2,2 ' I ' . T"' Y. STAGE DIRECTION MUSICAL DIRECTION PIANIST Alice The White Rabbit The Chatterbox Sleeping Beauty The Prince Dorothy The Scarecrow The Cowardly Lion The Tin Woodman Snow White Seven Dwarfs Doug Cunningham Austine Planos David Heddendorf Cinderella The Prince Joy Portia Flowers Nan Dill Esther Elliott Barbara Recker Mrs. Ruth Douds Pat Albarell CAST Barbara Recker Howard Howell Nan Dill Boni Verrett Howard Howell Holly Fowlow Valerie Wigton Dave McMillan Guy West Rosalie McMillan Joel Adams Howard McConaughy Timothy Kingston Lance Van Horne Linda Hornacek Billy Wood Marty McGinnis Linda Hall Suzanne Lohr Mary McBee HCINDERELL " 'S 'F WIZARD OF OZ We re Off To See the Wlzard lS sung merrily as the charac XL we r H, 42516 Q? 1... 5335 J sgnwg we .-4 RAY VOS and BONI VERRETT, Senate Representatives J!-,-,. - .L S .' fn: ' 6 SEN ICR CLASS The members of the Class of 1967 are now alumni. The four years, and even longer for some, that they have spent at Geneva provide an interesting profile. To some it was a period of intensive study, to others a time spent in active participation in sports, and to the majority it was time dedicated to a variety of interests -studying, participating in organizations, singing in the Genevans, playing in the band, working on iioats, taking examinations, and in general becoming a better educated, well-rounded individual. The Senior Class is known for the "beauties" they have contributed to the Homecoming Courts: Sheri Donnelly, Barbara Mann, and Carol Mrvosh were each crowned Queen. As this class leaves the halls of Geneva to enter their chosen vocation, to enter graduate school, or to enter the military services, may the past four years have been well spent in preparing them for the challenge before them-Life! H-vlii..4...i' ' ' i .. ai .52 " Ann Y -gh.. . ... 1, , , L, W. V It NW" Y qghu . 7"- ' Q 'xx ff ,off ' i 4 . 'iw 1i.i4gra1rf.f.4 " it ,,-1 N if w- gb? V v' l' ' ' A I. Q' Bill Sterrett, Pat Bethune, sec.g Dan Copeland, vice-pres.g Bob Clarke, pres. 150 Physical Education and Fine Arts are unique in that all students take courses under them. They offer facilities fthe Libraryb and subject matter which all stu- dents during his college career come in contact. Even though degrees are not offered in these specific areas they still contribute to the over-all Liberal Arts education at Geneva College. PHYSICAL EDUCATIO 'As' 1: L4LM ,A-65 ' Don Ledrick, Mrs. Jean Kisic, Mrs. Virginia Napoli, Clifford Aultman, chr.g Dorothy Aldrich, sec.g Dan Frasier. Mrs. Elizabeth Douglas it i , i " 1 , , .. -13:1 i ..i, ima, it it my H K-1 Q x 1 it it it ,i Nu i it W " it i i Mrs. Margaret Gillingham and Mrs. Lyle Flinner, sec.g Florence Fattal, Mrs. X Robert Nulton, Mary Cleland, Marilyn Van Dyke, acting heady Helen Fattal, Mary Cook. F I E ARTS LIBRARIAN S BIBLE Dr. Robert B. Tweed, Dr. J. G. Vos, chr.,' Rev. Joseph Hill, Rev. Willard McMillan, Dr. D. Ray Wilcox. GEO-RGE S. BAUMAN JR. New Castle, Pa. B.A. Bible 1:1-To ,--,-.- H.-ff. -V ii -V ii ,. l- ii M4 l l 1 l i . 1 I Y ku l o LINDA KAY HANNEN Beaver, Pa. B.A. Religious Education 'wi . 'NP ALBERT CONVILLE Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Bible WI ,H.: l .i ,w .wh I---wf-e-1:,-fi- --f ----wif . - e.: -W- I Q gil il, i CARL A. HUBENTHAL Harrisville, Pa. B.A. Bible ZH . 1 . is is VE LL.- .... A . Qi,-7 ,' jf DANIEL CLARK COPELAND Pittsburgh, Pa. B.A. Bible HOWARD WARREN WILKEWITZ Sarver, Pa. B.A. Bible ' 152 CARL ROY ENGSTROM Duquesne, Pa. B.A. Bible RUTH ELEANOR HOMNACK Beaver, Pa. B.A. Bible RICHARD A. MARSHALL Youngstown, O. B.A. Bible BIOLOGY C , ,-. 'W :fn 1 w v LOIS LEE ALBERT IRIS MARMADUKE ARNICK Audubon, N. J. Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S. Biology B.S. Biology ll Mx' u .y 'fl I' ,E Rudolph P. Fatula, Dr. Harold A. Bruce, Dr. Donald B. Snyder, Dr. Theodore M. McMillion, cl1r.,' Dr. Newton Kingston. Yfk 'Hs' 'Dfw Q""'Y' W WANDA JOYCE BATES PATRICIA ANNE BETHUNE ROBERT THORBURN CLARKE ALLEN F. DeLUCA Pittsburgh, Pa. Braddock, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. Monaca, Pa. B.S. Biology B.S. Biology B.S. Biology B.S. Biology 153 B. KATHRYN ELLIOTT Topeka, Kan. B.S. Biology JOHN W. FORMAN Quinter, Kan. B.S. Pre-Med. ,. . ,. 3',"',snl',gl' ,ng KATHRYN ANN GATTI Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S. Biology x H" I Ml"." ' ffixll -,xg-ini, ' ROSE MARIE KAGARISE Curryville, Pa. B.S.-Biology DAVID B. HORNUNG Latrobe, Pa. B.S. Pre-Med. A ROGER B. KUHN Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S. Pre-Med. 154 P ELIZABETH ALLAN FORRESTER Beaver, Pa. B.S. Biology fn fi' -' 'ff mfk. ' R gr . , , MARY LYNNE HUGHES East Palestine, O. B.S. Biology KENNETH ALLEN MARLEY Eighty-Four, Pa. B.S. Biology ANTHONY C, MAROTTI EDWIN MAPENDLA MOYO ROSALIE JEAN MCMILLAN Momma, Pa, Bulawayo, Rhodesia Seattle, Wash. B,S, Bfglggy B.S. PTE-Med. B.S. Biology lx f Ns mii- MARY JANE REDMOND KATHERINE METZ SMITH JOSEPH L. SOKOLICK JR New Brighton, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Greensburg, Pa. B,S, Biology B.S. Biology B.S. Biology 5 WILLIE F. STEWART Aliquippa, Pa. B.S. Pre-Med. PUN- KATHY D. SULLIVAN DUKE TANAKA JR. Beaver, Pa. Zelienople, Pa. B.S. Biology B.S. Biology 7 155 il. m,,, , N ,,. , 2, :, ,, I JJ.. JACQUELINE CAROL TANAKA Zelienople, Pa. B.S. Biology BIOLOGY MAJ ORS not pictured BARBARA ANN BARNES Cleveland, O. B.S. Biology DAVID MICHAEL BARUD . New Castle, Pa. B.S. Biology W. JOYCE BLAIR Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S. Biology EDWARD W. BUTCHER JR. Beaver, Pa. B.S. Biology JOANN SPERANZA FORNO New Brighton, Pa. B.S. Biology DAVID E. HOWELL Darlington, Pa. B.S. Biology JAMES EUGENE IMMEKUS Aliquippa, Pa. B.S. Biology ALAN WILLIA Indianola, Pa. B.S. Biology M JONES JACK LEONARD MENDENHALL Aliquippa, Pa. B.S. Biology CAROLYN ANN WEBER Saxonburg, Pa. B.S. Biology JANICE I. ROWAN Evans City, Pa. B.S. Biology J. DAVID SCHARF West Point, O. B.S. Biology SARA ROBERTS STEVENSON Beaver, Pa. B.S. Biology DAVID M. TURNBULL Butler, Pa. B.S. Pre-Med. JOHN LAWRENCE YEAGER Baden, Pa. B.S. Biology 156 Y ,FWF ,, X,,?,,,,,,L,,,,,.Y- ,U -1 l l l l l MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S. Pre-Med. CHEMISTRY MAJ ORS not pictured EDWARD A. DIETZ JR. Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S. Chemistry LAWRENCE MELVIN HOGSETT Beaver, Pa. B.S. Chemistry WILLIAM HERBERT SCHULLER Ellwood City, Pa. B.S. Chemistry GORDON DEAN WEYMAN Baden, Pa. B.S. Chemistry CHE ISTRY Dr. Richard South, Dr. Richard Wyma, Dr. Roy Adams, chr.,' Homer Ruckle, Dr. Jack Sidler. 3 . 1 l 'V in :A AW E, ir, A 4: v , L' f " i f. 'V Ei l + ' . hh,h hh hh I l I L 4 I1 RAY HOWARD FORD JR. WILLIAM HOWARD FRITOCK VIRGINIA ANNE HOENSTINE Beaver Falls, Pa. Monaca, Pa. Ellwood City, Pa. B.S. Chemistry B.S. Chemistry B.S. Chemistry LEONARD C. NEWMAN JOHN CHARLES PANNER WILLIAM F. REID Beaver Falls, Pa. Rochester, Pa. York, Pa. B.S. Chemistry B.S. Chemistry B.S. Chemistry 157 JUN l, RIEViS E, KU. ec? Robert Armstrong, Mrs. Parsons, sec.: Dr. Stewart Lee, Chr.: Mrs. Carrie Shuler, Edward Kuriger, John Mitchell. VO. C.-. ,L -TLLLJ I I w l WILLIAM KERMIT BARD ROBERT LEE BEILSTEIN Ambridge, Pa. Butler, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. B.S.B.A. Accounting tm, U Wi.- WILLIAM TAYLOR BUSH RICHARD GORDON CARLSON Greensburg, Pa. Poughkeepsie, N-Y- B.A. Economics B-S-B-A. BMS. Ad. QWQW -as 545' ,A .- RICHARD DAVID BONYAK Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Economics WILLIAM BELL New Brighton, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. CATHERINE A. CLINTON MICHAEL ALLEN CROWE Rochester, Pa. Ambridge, P21- B.S.B.A. Bus. Ed. B.S.B.A. Accounting 158 JAMES ANTHONY CUTRI Beaver, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. I ll J I 9 l e F KURT HEPLER Greensburg, Pa. B.A. Economics 5 DAVID NELSON FENCHEL SALLY PAULINE HENSLEY Beaver Falls, Pa. New Castle, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting B.S.B.A. Bus. Ed. RALPH L. JOHNSON LOUIS LARRY LINTNER Aliquippa, Pa. Monaca, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. B.S.B.A. Accounting I ,wlfv KENNETH GAYLORD MAJORS WILLIAM ISAAC MAY JR. WALLACE WILLIAM Beaver Falls, Pa. Canonsburg, Pa. MICHALISM B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. B.A. Economics Sewickley, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. 159 -'ffm . i fail -If . g,,:Hn '3. it n 1 'ps i ,. .1141 ' , BM W ? 1 C. T. POLCE II Industry, Pa. B.A. Economics ROBERT T RUMON STAMP Zelienople, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. JOSEPH J. ALBENEZE Beaver, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. ANTHONY L. BEATRICE Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. PAUL MICHAEL BIEGA Ellwood City, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting GERALD DUANE BUTLER Harmony, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. JOHN LEE DAUGHERTY Beaver, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. w'1-c- F ALAN JAMES RICHARD Glenshaw, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. JILL S. SWARTZLANDER New Brighton, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ed. GRETCHEN C. DOUGLAS Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ed. ERNEST E. ELIAS Monaca, Pa. B.S.B.A. A ccounting MARTIN U. GALLAGHER New Brighton, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting DONALD JACK GRECO Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting EARL B. HOLTON Ambridge, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting 160 r LARRY ALLAN SIGWORTH Saxonburg, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. Jr- JP' CARL EDWARD TANNER New Brighton, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting MICHAEL J. KELLER Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting DANIEL PAUL KINROSS Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. SHIRLEY LUCILLE LASH Ellwood City, Pa. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. JACK D. PATTON Utica, Mich. B.S.B.A. Bus. Ad. GERALD EUGENE ZAHN New Brighton, Pa. B.S.B.A. Accounting Aa, dw' JOHN DARL BERKNER Baden, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. PEGGY JEAN BROUGH EMOJEAN DAILEY Cleveland, O. Baden, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. l i .l i l , l I Q9 ...iF ,. ., John E. Merryman, Dr. George M. Van Horne, cl1r.,' Dr. John S. Mclsaac, Mrs. J. G. Vos, Dr. Leotta C. Hawthorne Missing: Mrs. Eleanor S. Ripper. I Vi" i 'lim JUNE E. KNEPPER DAILEY East Liverpool, O. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. EDUCATIO fs. ELIZABETH J. DAWSON NED EDWARD DJBENEDETTO JANET ROBERTA DOUGLAS SAMUEL KEITH EDGAR Glenshaw, Pa. Aliquippa, Pa. New Castle, Pa. New Alexandria, P21- B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B-S-Ed. Elem. Ed. 161 'HQ-vwd ' - -n.,,,, If' RONALD DEAN ELKIN Dayton, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. CHARLES D. GERDES Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ELIZABETH JANE ENDRES Mercer, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ' H 3 : .l p Y JOYCE SCHMIDT GILLILAND Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. all .. KATHIE A. EVANS KAROL ANN FREED Rochester, PH- East Palestine, O. ElEI71. Elgin, Ed da BARBARA JEAN Rochester, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem, Ed. KAREN J, GRQVES GWENDOLYN RAE HALL BETH LORAINE HEMPHILL VERNICE OPAL JONES Momma, Pa, Ellwood City, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y. Beaver, Pa. B,S,Ed, Elem, Ed, B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. 6 B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed, B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. 1 2 'H'-r -v-fy OLIVE BEVERLY KENNEDY LOIS ANN MARSILIO Rochester, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. JUNE DAY METZGER Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. New Castle, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. --Nei' EMERSON EARL MOONEY CAROL YVONNE MRVOSH PEARL TILLIE PALICIA New Brighton, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. Wayne, N.J. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ELLIN HEATHER RINHART JEWL ANN SPOELHOF DELTA L- STERNS Newton, N.J. Grand Rapids, Mich. New CHSUC, P21- B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. B-S.E61'. Elem. Ed. 163 V .L El 1 W ll MARYALLEAN MILLEAGE Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. 1 Y Y ' w MARGARET ANN PARTINGTON Ellwood City, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. DALE STELLHORN Wayne, N.J. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. CD7 I ' "Wig-Y'llQf2'lr 1.3 . . I LOIS ANNETTE STO-WELL Ridgewood, NJ. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ll . . . . I L is AM' ENOLA GAY WINKLE Monaca, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. E GI EERI Robert Hamilton, Richard Gordon, G. Randolph Syverson, Forrest Justis, chr. .rrf,.,,.'ygT,.. .1 .'.fL.' I fx- we . IQ?-1-5-:gall . V. .YV V a -.fgfili we--f' . n- dw 1 ul .. 5 Q l l n l l .ll VIRGINIA L. TUI WILER Monaca, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. JUDITH C. ALBRIGHT Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. BARBARA ANN ALLEN Kinnelon, N.J. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. DONNA JEAN BABIR Monaca, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. SARA ELIZABETH BYERS Ellwood City, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. H. ARLENE EDWARDS New Galilee, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ELLEN LOUISE GRINE Beaver, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. 164 'yy-.l 1. DORIS MAY WAGONER Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ALYCE GOWER GRUBBS Baden, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. GARY WAYNE LASH Koppel, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. LINDA CAROL LAUFFER Beaver, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. JANET FAYE LIGHTNER Ambridge, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. MAE ARLENE MATHESS Wellsville, O. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. MARGARET JOANNE MCDONALD New Brighton, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. W., EUNICE BALMER WHITE Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. RAYMOND PUSKAR Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. MILDRED RUTH RICH Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. MARGARET JANE ROUSH East Liverpool, O. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. MARGARET CHRISTINE SHEPERD Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. KENNETH GEORGE VULETIC Industry, Pa. B.S.Ed. Elem. Ed. ' fig, 1.1 1- . 71 .ff I 'p -...J . HOWARD J. BRAUN JR. Beaver, Pa. B.S. Engineering 3 Q.-..N DAVID R. CARTER Darlington, Pa. B S. Engineering JOHN WILLIAM LANG Beaver, Pa. B.S. Engineering '51 JOHN EDWARD COSKY Aliquippa, Pa. B.S, Engineering ff CHARLES B. LONG Negley, O. B.S. Engineering WILLIAM JOHN STERRETT ALLAN T. TONDA Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S. Engineering Aliquippa, Pa. B.S. Ind. Engr. 165 in sxwllg, ?1g"i'll JAMES E. CREIGHTON BRUCE A- FLETCHER Beaver Falls, Pa. Baden, PH- B.S. Engineering B.S. Engineering Q' DENNIS JAMES MCCLAIN ROBERT RAE SCHREYER Beaver, Pa. Ambridge, Pa. B.S. Engineering B.S. Ind. Engr. STEWART G. BARTO Monaca, Pa. B.S.I.E. Ind. Engr. RALPH FELIX COSTA Allison Park, Pa. B.S. Engineering WILLIAM G. FIBBI Richmond Heights, O. B.S. Engineering VICTOR GUIDE Ambridge, Pa. B.S.l.E. Ind. Engr. JOHN EDMUND LEY Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.I.E. Ind. Engr. WILLIAM BERNARD MIKLOS Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.I.E. Ind. Engr. ALEX OROSZ JR. Beaver Falls, Pa. B.S. Engineering E. FREDERICK SCHOENEWEIS Ellwood City, Pa. B.S. Engineering JOHN ROBERT HERDT JR. JOHN G. VARKONDA Beaver, Pa. B.S. Engineering Baden, Pa. B.S.I.E. Ind. Engr. HOWARD RICHARD HERMAN RAYMOND A. VERDONI Monaca, Pa. B.S. Engineering Aliquippa, Pa. B.S.I.E. Ind. Engr. ufff' L., RICHARD A. BEIGHEY Monaca, Pa. B.A. English 'Q'-'i JOAN ANN BUTKOWSKY Sewaren, N.J. B.A. English Ili' l'l 'l 1 ww w.. I e is - - in 1-' .X l First Row: Mrs. Geri Bass, Mrs. Gretchen Luce, Dr. Allen Morrill, clzr.g Dr. Ann Paton, Miss Margaret t , CHARLES G. DENNISON Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A . English Cowmeadow, Mrs. Victor Platt. Second Row: Mrs. Hall sec.,' Dr. Eben Bass, Paul Smith, Dr. Norman Carson. A. DARLENE HORNER Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. English l i L, Ml' li. H J R J i, , 1 ,.. u A g 1 PATRICIA ANN KROVISKY Smiths Ferry, Pa. B.A. English f'? 'IN Sb' M i in hs' 1 ii . ' . f V Y 5 VW , J, ..WY.-,.- -,,-....l MARSHA ANN KRZTON Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. English DAVID JOSEPH MILLER Pittsburgh, Pa. B.A. English PN if Z ' ll l re www , In RWM i J 1 Q A KATHLEEN RACHEL MURPHY JOAN M. PELINO Coraopolis, Pa. B.A . English LL, NI ' s I SUSAN JANE PRATT Springfield, Pa. B.A. English New Brighton, Pa. B.A. English DIANE KAY CARTER Rochester, Pa. B.A. English E ' "il" CANDICE JANE COOK l ' Glenshaw, Pa. I B.A. English l L It CAROL MAY GOOD Harmony, Pa. l B.A. English i A 1 ANTHONY KALACANIC Pittsburgh, Pa. ' B.A. English l li MARY LEE WOOLLEY Beaver, Pa. B.A. English ELAINE PRISUTA New Brighton, Pa. B.A. English 167 1 X H H K l X' 1 M W W X yyy .4 ,.,, !-,4L ,.. L ., L,..,,......-u,....eL ies,-L, new MARGARET VIVIAN BACHMAN Upper Darby, Pa. B.A. Hist. di Soc. Sci. HISTORY "IW ' E. B . im . B INGRID L. BIRDSALL Pasadena, Calif. B.A. Hist. 62 Soc. Sci. me I ' 1 ill Dr. William H. Russell, Dr. M. Howard Mattsson-Boze, chr.,' Ran- ! dolph M. Kelley, Mrs. Isabelle Murphy, Dr. Yoji Akashi, John , Bylsma. JON RAY NELSON HARRY CHARLES RAAB Euwood City, Pa. Beaver .Falls, Pa. B.A. Hfsf. CQ soc. sci. BA- H1Sf0"Y ff' LEE PHILIP BITYNER Pittsburgh, Pa. B.A. History JOHN B. COSSIN Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A . Hisrory i I 'kr -TP W. EUGENE HANCOCK Kittanning, Pa. B.A. History CAROL MARIE MCBURNEY Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. H islory 'H Q , :B GEORGE B. SCHAUBHUT THOMAS EDGAR SADD Beaver Falls, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. History B.A. Soc. Sci. HISTORY MAJ ORS not pictured EDWIN T. BULAT Aliquippa Pa. B.A. History JOHN EPSY BURNSWORTH Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Soc. Sci. DAVID L. BUSCH New Brighton, Pa. B.A . History GEORGE CHARLES GRIMM Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Sac. Sci. JOSEPH ZUPSIC Monaca, Pa. B.A. Soc. Sci. If M. MARGARET EPPERLY Washington, Pa. B.A. French LANGUAGES BARBARA E. MCFARLAND Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Spanish Robert Chase, Mrs. William Orr, Dr. Paul E. Mueller, Planos. Missing: Miss Florence Haugh, Mrs. Herman clzr.,' Dr. Cordelia Birch, chr. Classicalg Mrs. Liberatore, Connor, Louis Becske. sec.g Lyle R. Polly, Mrs. Paul Ripper, Dr. Emilio JOHN HAYES PARK A. CATHERINE TACK Beaver Falls, Pa. Butler, P21- B.A . Spanish B-A - Splmish 169 LANGUAGE MAJOR not pictured EDWARD JOHN GIANNINI Latrobe, Pa. B.A. Spanish CLASSICAL MAJOR not pictured ALLAN WILLIAM MARCUS Salem, Mass. B.A. Latin M 1 KATHERINE ANNE ELLIOTT New Brighton, Pa. B.S. Mathematics B.S. Mathematics ,,'2?f?hp.., x 1-as y.,.- Seated: Forrest Justis, c11r.,' Bruce Miller. Standing: Raymond Heitger, Earl Farley, Paul Arnold. .." DENMAN A. JONES New Brighton, Pa. N, L w- Hi "'T""'vq' MATHEMATICS NOT PICTURED ROBERT HOLIBAUGH Rochester, Pa. B.S. Mathematics SANDRA LEE STREIT Ellwood City, Pa. B.S. Mathematics T X , I DENNIS M. NORMAN E. WILLIAM STENTZ III Evans City, Pa, Pittsburgh, Pa. B,S, Mgfllemgfics 170 B.S. Mathematics fa? Q-rf ll Mus. Ed. PAUL ARNOLD Falls, Pa. MUSIC r '- : 4 1. .1 7VENDY ROSE Ieaver Falls, Pa. ?.S. Mus. Ed. . . 47' is 'Q' Hur CATHERINE GERTRUDE BARBARA LOUISE MANN KAEFER Beaver Falls, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. B-5- MHS- Ed- B.S. Mus. Ed. 7--1 Seated: Mrs. Margaret Schreyer, Mrs. Margaret Mann, Mrs. Ruth Douds. Standing: Louis J. Krepps, Robert C. Jones, Robert Ferguson, Harold W. Greig, clzr. 6 . 1 LW- Hwu X DONNA L. SMITH BONITA FRANCENE VERRETT Sarver, Pa. Beaver Falls, Pa. .. ,,:. I in Jia X , Q...-.f-'Tl' l JOHN M. MILLER Ellwood City, Pa. B.S. Mus. Ed. NOT PICTURED RALPH WAINWRIGHT PATTON Portersville, Pa. B.S. Mus. Ed. PATRICIA ANN WRIGHT Ellwood City, Pa. B.S. Mus. Ed. ' rl . ' 'lil BARBARA ZIEGLER Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S. Mlts. Ed. 171 B.S. Mus. Ed. B.S.Mz1s. Ed. John E. Pinkerton, Dr. Charles R. Fuget, John B. Schaefer. Beaver F LARRY C. BOREN NANCY Beaver Falls, Pa. Allison P COURTNEY R. FURNIVAL B.S. Physics PHYSICS DARRELL ARTHUR PANNER Vanport, Pa. B.S. Physics alls, Pa. I LYNNE KOPE ark, Pa. KAREN MICHELE MACIOGE Beaver Falls, Pa. PULITICAL SCIENCE 8a SOCICLKCEY il . -fi JAMES Rex Downie, Dr. David M. Carson, chr.,' Russell H. Hedden- Pittsburg dorf. B.A. Soc 172 DAVID TAYLOR PATRICIA ANN WEHRLE h, Pa. Beaver, Pa. iology B.A. Sociology X11 - ll si Flat: Kenneth Saxton, Harold C. Perkins, Lyle P. Flinner, Dr. O. Hoyt Williams, chr. A. CONTE WILLIAM R. CUMMINGS WILLIS EDWARD RA Oaks, Pa. Morning Sun, Pa. BCBVCI' Falls, PH- Psychology B.S. Psychology B-S. Psychology Q,g.:,-fl NEIL SCHULBAUM ROBERT JAMES STEFAN Hills, N,Y, Beaver Falls, Pa. Psychology B.S. Psychology 173 CHARLES RAYMOND Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Psychology PSYCHOLOGY WL JR. VOS NOT PICTURED JOHN CHARLES ALLINGHAM Aliquippa, Pa. B.S. Physics RICHARD D. EMERINE Warren, O. B.S. Psychology FRANK ROSS JR. Beaver, Pa. B.S. Psychology RONALD R. SANDERS Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Psychology SPEECH L12 Harry Farra, Miss Marian Gilmore, Dr. Arthur F. Fleser, chr.,' Ross Andrusko, Mrs. Nancy Fox, Gene Sekeres. CAROL JEAN BILLINGS JOHN FIUXNCIS CHUFO Poland, O. Beaver Falls, Pa. B.A. Speech B.A. Speech X'-all ll .I M ,X me--9 Y, NANCY ELIZABETH FOGEL ROBERT HENDRICKSON Beaver, Pa. Florissant, Mo. B.A. Speech B.A. Speech 174 llll l l PAUL W. JEWELL MYRNA KAY LITTLE Bethel Park, Pa. New Bfighwfl, PH- B.A. Speech BA- 51700011 , H Qit 1,:.t,,,, ,, NW,, H , H vu N l l w l A MARY JANE LUGER BARBARA NOEL RECKER Beaver Falls, Pa. Aliquippa, Pa. B.A. Speech B.A. Speech GERALDINE E. REED RAYMOND SHIMRACK Beaver, Pa, Metuchen, NJ. B.A. Speech B.A. Speech 175 l 1 v Attired in caps and gowns, Seniors receive tinal instructions. E I e..,,,v i.""l!' After the traditional walk from Old Main, Seniors file into their assigned seats. 176 Graduation marks the end of the school year and the college days for many Genevans. Yet it is not the end but the commencement of many new experiences yet to be lived by the 187 members of the Class of 1967. As each approaches the front to receive his diploma, the hours of diligent study, exams, papers are for- gotten momentarily as proud parents and friends witness the glorious and long awaited moment when the name is read by Dr. Bruce and Dr. Clarke awards the diploma congratulating each senior indi- vidually. The Commencement address this year, delivered by Dr. Theodore A. Distler, President and Consultant-Commission for Independent Colleges and Universities Pennsylvania Association, was entitled We Also Serve. He stressed the import- ance of a Christian college and the con- tribution it can make to higher education. As is the practice of many colleges and universities, honorary doctorates are con- ferred upon worthy individuals. This year, Geneva honored four such persons for the outstanding and distinguishing contributions they have made. Dr. Distler received the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters. Rev. Adam Loughridge and Rev. .T . Renwick Wright, both ministers in Re- formed Presbyterian Churches in North Ireland were honored by receiving hon- orary Doctorates of Divinity. Mr. T. Clyde McCarroll, retired Vice-president of the Morgan Guarantee Trust Co. of New York, received an honorary Doctor of Laws. I I 8th Commencement TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1967 'Q The processional ends as the speakers and distinguished guests take their places on the platform. wa..-. Tk gl M3454 x- i 9 , Y Y l I v mp: 5 Q h 35,1 If :f S H. -,I N.. Q T' tff-Ef Dr, Distler delivering the address, Trumpet solo by Mr. Robert Jones of the music depatment. I A, , l Tl , i1....aMM1,,, W..n1 ""H'lIi'.l- 7 A 9.,,fiRv ,, M W it JT' il COMMENCEME T PRIZES i F MAGNA CUM LAUDE CUM LAUDE KATHERINE A. ELLIOTT, valedictoriang CANDICE I. COOK, salutatorian l Kathy Sullivan, Virginia Hoenstine, Edward Dietz, Carl Engstrom, and Mary Wilcox Mary Lee Woolley, Barbara Grail, John Park, Eunice White, and Enola Winkle 178 .,.,f- X . A 5' R ' 'Nix I U ? f , . N ' 0 X F . 553 iw A I 5 , - I " 1 a 4 I 1 1 - 1 X 4 5 . LJ, . f ',j. " f A. K N K ,,'.b - s.,,.,, A 115' 1. .-P '-mr .Wil ' 'qv J. . P- . -1 V "NT- rf' 3-"5 -w,,vti'. , ,JF 5 I r. Q5-QMEL 1 x . . . , 0 i MJ . V: 5. , M, 15.3. . . q -' M-QS . 'fm -""fU2fv?nU+ ' 1 .9 gf SHNDQE . 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ALLINGHAM CMrs.J IRIS ARNICK Spanish Club EDWIN ARNOLD P.M.E.A., Brass Choir, Band DONNA JEAN BABIR MARGARET BACHMAN Cabinet, Government 84 Law Cvice-pres.J, International Comm., Economics Club, Pep Club WILLIAM K. BARD BARBARA ANN BARNES Pre-Med, CSF Choir STEWART G. BARTO DAVID E. BARUD WANDA JOYCE BATES GEORGE S. BAUMAN, JR. Who's Who, Genevans, Spiritual Activities Comm., Film Comm., Great Books, Pearce Hall Cvice-pres.j, Interclub Council ANTHONY L. BEATRICE ROBERT L. BEILSTEIN WILLIAM BELL JOHN DARL BERKNER P.S.E.A., N.E.A. PATRICIA BETHUNE Clarke Hall fPres.J, Senior Class Csec.J, Pre-Med, May Day Ccrown bearerj PAUL M. BIEGA CAROL J. BILLINGS WGEV Cmanagerj, Pi Kappa Delta, P.S.E.A., N.E.A., May Day fProps Ch.J, CSF Choir, Student Director A Few Skits and Songs INGRID L. BIRDSALL W.S.A. fpres. 8a sec.J, CSF, CSF Choir, P.S.E.A., May Day Court, Maypole Dancer, Queen of Hearts LEE P. BITTNER Cabinet, Genevan, P.S.E.A. Cpresj, Great Books, CSF Gospel Team JOYCE BLAIR RICHARD D. BONYAK LARRY C. BOREN Government 8a Law Society, Cpresj, Student Senate Cpresj, Junior Class Cpres.D HOWARD J. BRAUN, JR. PEGGY J. BROUGH Genevans, Maypole Dancer, Genevan, P.M.E.A., P.S.E.A. EDWIN T. BULAT JOHN E. BURNSWORTH Football Cco-capt.J DAVID L. BUSCH WILLIAM T. BUSH Government 8c Law Society, Economics Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Memorial Hall Cvice-pres.J EDWARD W. BUTCHER JR. JOAN ANN BUTKOWSKY Cabinet, English Club Cvice-pres.j, Sophomore Class Csecj, Lambda Iota Tau, Chimes Editor, Who's Who, P.S.E.A. GERALD D. BUTLER Football, Genevans, Varsity Club SARA E. BYERS RICHARD G. CARLSON Football Cco-capt.J, Varsity Club, Economics Club DAVID R. CARTER CMrs.J DIANE CARTER JOHN F. CHUFO ROBERT T. CLARKE Student Senate, Senior Class Cpres.J, Temiis Ccapt.J, CSF CSF Choir, Pre-Med CATHERINE A. CLINTON THEODORE A. CONTE CANDICE J. COOK English Club, Salutatorian DANIEL C. COPELAND CSF, CSF Choir, Track fcapt.J JOHN COSKY JOHN E. COSSIN RALPH F. COSTA JAMES E. CREIGHTON Engineering Society MICHAEL A. CROVVE Accounting Club WILLIAM R. CUMMINGS Football JAMES A. CUTRI EMOJEAN DAILEY P.S.E.A., W.A.A., WGEV, Frill 81 Dagger CMrs.J JUNE DAILEY JOHN L. DAUGHERTY ALLEN DeLUCA CHARLES G. DENNISON CSF Cpres.J, CSF Choir NED E. DiBENEDETTO EDWARD A. DIETZ Chem Club Cpresj GRETCHEN DOUGLAS JANET R. DOUGLAS Genevans, P.S.E.A. KEITH S. EDGAR CSF, CSF Choir, P.S.E.A., Football, Camelot, Pearce Hall CAssistant Head Residentj ARLENE H. EDWARDS ERNEST E. ELIAS RONALD D. ELKIN B. KATHRYN ELLIOTT Genevan Editor, CSF, CSF Choir, Genevans, Maypole Dancer, May Day Court, Who's Who KATHERINE A. ELLIOTT Math Club Cpres. 84 trea.j, P.S.E.A., Genevan, Who's Who, Interclub Council, Valedictorian RICHARD DEAN EMERINE Basketball Ccaptj, Varsity Club, Psychology Club ELIZABETH J. ENDRES P.S.E.A. CARL R. ENGSTROM CMF , Economics Club M. MARGARET EPPERLY KATHIE A. EVANS DAVID N. FENCHEL Golf Ccaptj, Cabinet Business Manager, Accounting Club, Genevan, CSF Choir, Who's Who WILLIAM G. FIBBI BRUCE A. FLETCHER NANCY E. FOGEL Alpha Psi Omega, Pi Kappa Delta, WGEV, Pep Club RAY HOWARD FORD Chem Club, Pre-Med, Film Comm. JOHN W. FORMAN Pre-Med Cpres.D, CSF, CSF Choir, Track fMrs.J JO ANN FORNO ELIZABETH A. FORRESTER Pep Club, Pre-Med 9 KAROL ANN FREED W.A.A. WILLIAM H. FRITOCK Chem Club COURTNEY R. FURNIVAL MARTIN U. GALLAGHER KATHRYN A. GATTI CHARLES D. GERDES EDWARD J. GIANNINI Basketball, Varsity Club, Spanish Club Cvice-pres.J CMrs.J JOYCE SCHMIDT GILLILAND P.M.E.A., Genevans, Genevan, CSF Choir CHERYL D. GOEHRING CAROL MAY GOOD BARBARA J. GRAFF P.S.E.A. DONALD J. GRECO Football GEORGE GRIMM LOUISE GRINE KAREN J. GROVES P.S.E.A. QMrs.J ALYCE GRUBBS VICTOR GUIDE GWENDOLYN R. HALL P.S.E.A., N.E.A. EUGENE W. HANCOCK P.S.E.A., N.E.A. LINDA KAY HANNEN W.A.A., CMF, Pep Club, WGEV BETH L. HEMPHILL CSF, CSF Choir, May Court ROBERT HENDRICKSON Pi Kappa Delta, WGEV SALLY P. HENSLEY JOHN R. HERDT HOWARD R. HERMAN VIRGINIA HOENSTINE W.S.A. Cvice-pres.J, McKee Hall Cpresj, Who's Who, Alumni Award, May Day Cch.J, Mardi Gras Cch.J, May Court Cscepter bearerj, Great Books, Chem Club, CSF Choir LAWRENCE HOGSETT ROBERT HOLIBAUGH EARL HOLTON tMrs.J RUTH HOMNACK A. DARLENE HORNER DAVID E. HORNUNG Pre-Med, Pi Kappa Delta, Food Committee, Chess Club, Who's Who DAVID E. HOWELL Genevans CARL A. HUBENTHAL MARY L. HUGHES W.A.A., Pep Club, Cultural Comm., Math Club, Pre-Med, May Day CProgram Comm.D JAMES E. IMMEKUS PAUL W. JEWELL Baseball, WGEV, Memorial Hall Cpres.D RALPH L. JOHNSON ALAN W. JONES DENMAN A. JONES Math Club VERNICE O. JONES fMrs.J CATHERINE KAEFER P.M.E.A. ROSE MARIE KAGARISE W.A.A. Cpresj, Girl's Basketball, Pre-Med, Interclub Council ANTHONY KALACANIC MICHAEL J . KELLER Accounting Club O. BEVERLY KENNEDY P.S.E.A., CSF, CSF Choir, McKee Hall Cvicc-pres.J DANIEL P. KINROSS NANCY L. KOPE CMF PATRICIA A. KROVISKY Lambda Iota Tau MARSHA A. KRZTON Cabinet Editor, Who's Who, P.S.E.A., Student Senate RODGER B. KUHN JOHN W. LANG GARY W. LASH SHIRLEY L. LASH LINDA C. LAUFFER JOHN E. LEY JANET F. LIGHTNER LOUIS L. LINTNER Accounting Club MYRNA K. LITTLE English Club Ctrea. 8L sec.J, Chimes, Lambda Iota Tau, Who's Who, Maypole Dancer, W.A.A., Pep Club, Cultural Comm., Publications Comm., Frill 8c Dagger, The Mouse That Roared, P.S.E.A. CHARLES LONG MARY JANE LUGER English Club, Lambda Iota Tau, Frill 81 Dagger, Our Town, The Mouse That Roared, Chimes, Cultural Comm., Debate Society - KAREN M. MACIOGEI Cheerleader, P.S.E.A., N.E.A. KENNETH MAJORS Band CMrs.J BARBARA L. MANN P.M.E.A., Genevans, May Court, Homecoming Queen, Who's Who ALLAN W. MARCUS Tennis KENNETH A. MARLEY Pre-Med, Football RICHARD A. MARSHALL LOIS A. MARSILIO P.S.E.A. CMrs.D MAE A. MATHESS WILLIAM I. MAY Economics Club JACK MENDENHALL JUNE K. METZGER P.S.E.A. Cpublicity ch.J, English Club, W.A.A. WALLACE W. MICHALISM WILLIAM B. MIKLOS MARYALLEAN MILLEAGE P.S.E.A. DAVID J. MILLER English Club, P.S.E.A. fpresj, Frill SL Dagger EMERSON E. MOONEY EDWIN M. MOYO Pre-Med CAROL Y. MRVOSH P.S.E.A., Homecoming Queen, May Court, Who's Who HARRY MULLEN KATHLEEN R. MURPHY P.S.E.A., English Club CAROL M. MCBURNEY W.A.A., CSF Choir, Genevans, Band, Brass Ensemble, Spe- cial Events Comm., May Day CPublicityJ, Who's Who DENNIS J . McCLAIN Engineering Society tMrs.J M. JOANNE MCDONALD BARBARA E. MCFARLAND Genevan, Genevans, Food Comm. ROSALIE J . McMILLAN Genevans, Lassies, CSF, CSF Choir, Maypole Dancer, May Day Production 4'SnoW White," Genevan Assistant Editor JON R. NELSON P.S.E.A. LEONARD C. NEWMAN DENNIS M. NORMAN ALEX OROSZ PEARL PALICIA DARRELL A. PANNER JOHN C. PANNER Chem Club, Chess Club JOHN H. PARK Who's Who, Student Senate, Interclub Council Cpresj, CSF, CSF Choir, Government 8: Law Society, Frill 8: Dagger, P.S.E.A., Spanish Club, French Club, German Club, Inter- national Comm., Great Books MARGARET A. PARTINGTON P.S.E.A., Pep Club JACK PATTON RALPH W. PATTON JOAN M. PELINO CHARLES T. POLCE SUSAN J. PRATT Genevans, English Club, Chimes ELAINE PRISUTA Chimes Editor, English Club Cpresj, Who's Who RAYMOND PUSKAR Varsity Club Cpres.J, Football foo-capt.J, Baseball fcapt.D HARRY C. RAAB WILLIS E. RAWL Track, Cross-Country, Cabinet, Psychology Club, Pep Club, P.S.E.A., Art 8: Music Comm. BARBARA RECKER Pi Kappa Delta Csec.j, Alpha Psi Omega Cpres.J, May Day Director, Cultural Comm., Diary of Anne Frank, The Miser MARY JANE REDMOND W.A.A., Chem Club, Math Club, Pre-Med Club, Cabinet GERALDINE E. REED WGEV, P.S.E.A. WILLIAM F. REID Cabinet, Chem Club Cvice-pres.J, Stadium Lodge thead residentj MILDRED R. RICH ALAN JAMES RICHARDS Pearce Hall Cpresj, Accounting Club, Engineering Society ELLIN H. RINHART WENDY ROSE P.M.E.A., P.S.E.A., W.A.A., Band FRANK R. ROSS fMrs.J MARGARET ROUSH JANICE ROWAN THOMAS E. SADD Great Books, Government 8: Law Society RONALD R. SANDERS DAVID J. SCHARF GEORGE SCHAUBHUT E. FREDERICK SCHOENEWEIS ROBERT SCHREYER ARTHUR N. SCHULBAUM WILLIAM H. SCHULLER Football, Varsity Club, Chem Club CMrs.j MARGARET SHEPERD LARRY A. SIGWORTH Student Center Program Council, Band, Economics Club, Outing Comm. WILLIAM E. SLENTZ DONNA L. SMITH P.M.E.A., Genevans KATHARINE M. SMITH Pre-Med, Genevan, Mardi Gras, W.A.A., P.S.E.A. JOSEPH L. SOKOLICK Pre-Med, P.S.E.A., N.E.A. JEWL ANN SPOELHOF CSF, CSF Choir, P.S.E.A., N.E.A., Who's Who, Fern Cliff fhead residentj ROBERT T. STAMP DELTA L. STEARNS ROBERT J. STEFAN Psychology Club Cpres.J, P.S.E.A., N.E.A. DALE STELLHORN WILLIAM J . STERRETT CSF, CSF Choir, Senior Class Ctreaj, Cross-Country, Engi- neering Society CMrs.J SARA STEVENSON WILLIE F. STEWART LOIS A. STOWELL CSF Choir, Genevan CMrs.J SANDRA STREIT KATHY D. SULLIVAN Pre-Med Club, Genevans, CSF Choir, Weekend Comm., Student Senate fsec.J, Maypole Dancer, May Court, Who's Who JILL S. SWARTZLANDER CATHERINE A. TACK DUKE TANAKA CMrs.J JACQUELINE TANAKA EDWARD C. TANNER JAMES TAYLOR Spanish Club, Psychology Club CHARLES T. THOMAS, JR. DAVID TURNBULL Rifle Team VIRGINIA L. TUTWILER ALBERT R. VALO JOHN G. VarKONDA RAYMOND A. VERDONI BONITA VERRETT Genevans Cpresj, P.M.E.A., Who's Who C. RAYMOND VOS Psychology Club Cvice-pres.j, CSF Choir, CSF KENNETH VULETIC DORIS M. WAGONER P.S.E.A., N.E.A., Math Club CAROLYN A. WEBER May Queen PATRICIA A. WEHRLE G. DEAN WEYMAN fMrs.J EUNICE WHITE MARY E. WILCOX Genevans, Pre-Med, Great Books, CSF WARREN H. WILKEWITZ CMF Cpresj, Pi Kappa Delta Cpres.J EARL WILSON ENOLA G. WINKLE CMrs.J MARY LEE WOOLLEY PATRICIA A. 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