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•■■r Milligan College Library B " ' » LD3311.A47M5627 1977 c.2 MA Mliligan College Buffalo. 3 1881 0001 1738 8 ' •y,i 7 fi ■■h .: :. ,- ;, • " |?f«l|i-wN||» «. - ..., to everything there is a season . . . Yesterday is but today ' s memory and tomorrow is today ' s dream. Kahil Gibran 81231 Life is sliort and we have not too much time gladdening the hearts of those who are traveli ng the dark way with us, Oh be swift to love! Make haste to be kind. and a time to every purpose under heaven; a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a tinne to reap that which is planted; - .. H ., a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to breakdown, and a time to build up; 3- i " li-i■ ■ a time to weep, and a time to laugh; 1 I T H I A - a time to mourn, and a time to dance; PRICE -41.00 J7» 6 at d ' OO ■ ETSU BALLROOH-- D.R CULP SruDtHT SO ' srytE Mess su - -esnv CONTEST FOR BEST COSTVfAE. a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; D [ — in a time to seek, ' fe- I •1 .5) %. % ■ :V and a time to lose; a time to keep, Memory ' s flame is soon ignited, Lighting my lamp with amber glow, Quietly friends are reunited, Singing a song of long ago. Carole King and a time to cast away; " We ' ll do it now, Howard; part, as friends, and meet as strangers. " 12 a time to speak, When your friend speaks his mind you fear not the " nay " in your own mind, nor do you withhold the " ay " . And when he is silent your heart ceases not to listen to his heart; for without words, in friendship, all thoughts, all desires, all expectations are born and shared, with joy that is un- acclaimed. Kahlil Gibran A friend is one whom one may pour out all the con- tents of one ' s heart, chaff and grain together; knowing that the gentlest of hands will take and sift it, keep what is worth keeping, and with a breath of kindness blow the rest away. Dinah Maria Mulock Craik 13 and a time to be silent; !?, !feMVlJD%% t% lP y What happens during the unspoken dialogue between two people can never be changed by anything they say. Martin Buber 14 a time to love, There is in man ' s nature a secret inclination and mo- tion towards love of others, which, if it be not spent upon someone or a few, doth naturally spread itself to- wards many, and maketh men become humane and charitable. Francis Bacon By the accident of fortune a man may rule the world for a time, but by virtue of love he may rule the world forever. Lao-Tse You become responsible for what you have loved. Antoine de Saint Exupery and a time to hate; 15 a time of conflict, and a time of peace. ecclesiastes3:1-8 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you; not as the world gives, do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful. John 14:27 Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened, but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own private pace, like a clock in a thunderstorm. Robert Louis Stevenson 16 1977 Milligan College Buffalo Student Life Entertainment Who ' s Who Sports Clubs Faculty and Administration Class of 1977 Graduation 1977 Founder ' s Daughters Underclassmen Class Sweethearts Advertisements ' . Mi- ? student Life 18 19 W ' w 22 -e -» - ' V 23 24 25 26 27 28 ( 1 ( a time to speak. 29 30 31 THE MADRIGAL DINNERS 32 This year marks the tenth annual presentation of the Madrigal Dinners at Milligan College. This Yuletide event reenacts the Christmas celebrations of Olde England, with such customs as the Wassail Bowl, the Boar ' s Head, and Flaming Plum Pudding. The dinner is followed by a concert from the Chamber Singers. This year ' s Singers included: Gene Estep, Julie Alexander, Gary Smith, Amy West, Bob Kessee, Diane Vernon, Al White, Debi Colina, Jeff Cassens, Kim Scheffler, John Lawson, Pam Miller, Rick deWit, Carol Roodhouse, Gary Balou, and Becky Morrison. Dinner entertainment included a Court Jester played by Gary Richardson and Strolling Minstrels. The Minstrels included Mary Lou Layman, Rhonda Hume, Jeff Deaton, and Mark Cabus as a quartet, guitarist Renee Ellsworth, lulanist Chris Harkey and a recorder consort; Suellen Anderson, Joey Davidson, and Tim Giese. The even- ing was presided over by the Lord High Chamberlain, Mark Reidel, and Heralds; Jack Gray and Jeff Daniels. A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS 34 BY ROBERT BOLT The Common Man Paul Blowers Sir Thomas More Dick Major Master Richard Rich Tim Ross The Duke of Norfolk Bob Hartman Lady Alice More Terri Newton Margaret Betty Jo Morrison Cardinal Wolsey Stan Musselman Thomas Cromwell Jack Knowles Signer Chapuys Randy Miller Chapuys ' Attendant David Bickel William Roper Cort Davisson King Henry the Eighth Mark Summers A Woman Joy Phillips Thomas Crammer Doug Cutler 35 The Cast Charlie Brown Mike French Linus Tim Ross Schroeder Ricl Kelly Lucy Chelle Blackwood Peppermint Patty Marcia Fraser Snoopy Bill McNett The Band Jeff Cassens Musical director Lynn Schmidt Piano Becky Replogle Flute Monte Taylor Bass Judy Nickell Toy piano 36 YOU ' RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN 37 HELICON 38 CONCERT 39 A MIDSUMMER ' S NIGHT DREAM The Cast Philostrate, Master of Revels Bob Hartman Theseus, Duke of Athens Jim Schneider Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons Donna Trexler Egeus, father of Hermia Mark Reidel Hermia Celeste Huddleston Demetrius Mark Cabus Lysander John Robertson Helena Debbie Whitaker Peter Quince, a carpenter Paul Blowers Nick Bottom, a weaver . . . (Pyramus) Al White Francis Flute, a bellows-member . . . (Thisby) Jim Dahlman Tom Snout, a tinker . . . (Wall) Ric Rose Snug, a joiner . . . (Lion) David Bickel Robin Starveling, a tailor . . . (Moonshine) John Sichting Puck Greta Keith First Fairy Sue Hartman Oberon, King of the Fairies William Wright Titania, Queen of the Fairies Kathy Ulrey Peaseblossom Lisa Richardson Cobweb Becky Jo Keefauver Moth Terri Morgan Mustarseed Ginger James 41 Cheryl Kay Abram Cheryl, a resident of Bloomington, In- diana, graduated with a double major in Business Administration and Psy- chology. During her years at Milligan she served as Freshman class treasurer and Vice-president of Hart Hall. She was also involved in Christian Service Club, Service Seekers, Phi Beta Lambda, Civinettes, Psychology Club, Hart Dorm council, and SGA. Dick Barnett Dick received the Tennessee Institute of Chemists Award and was also a member of the Pre-Med Club, a representative of the SGA, and active in Intramural sports. Dick is a Chemistry major with minors in Math and Biology. A resident of Lynn, In- diana, Dick plans to enter lU Medical School and later begin practice as an M.D. Rosemary C. Birkel Rosemary, a Business Administration and Sociology major, is from Akron, Ohio. She was the Advertising manager for the Stampede and treasurer of her Sophomoreand Senior class. Rosemary was a member of Christian Service Club, Delta Kappa, Civinettes, and Chorale. This fall she intends to pursue her Masters in Business at Notre Dame. Ray Blakely A Bible and Psychology major, Ray is from Massillon, Oh io. During his years at Milligan he served as Chaplain of Circle K, Junior class SGA represen- tative. Sophomore class Vice- president, Resident assistant of Webb Hall and a member of Concert Choir one semester. Ray plans to go on to graduate studies and an Army Chaplaincy. Paul Blowers Paul is from Indianapolis, Indiana; graduating from Milligan with a major in History and a minor in Human Rela- tions. Paul has been seen on stage in several Milligan productions: The Ap- ple Tree, Godspell, A Man for All Seasons, A Mid-summer Night ' s Dream and Oklahoma. Paul was in- volved in Pre-Law Club, SNEA, in- tramurals, and a member of the Mock Senate. Paul received first place in the Purpose of Man essay contest. Cindy Brady Cindy graduated with a major in Psy- chology and Special Education and a minor in Elementary Education. She was involved in SGA, secretary of the Student Council for Exceptional Children, Bike Club, and Civinettes. Cindy was also a member of the Women ' s Tennis and Softball teams, a Resident assistant and a Founder ' s Daughter candidate. Cindy is a resident of East Point, Georgia and plans to teach Special Education. 42 Who ' s Who in 1977 Jeffery L. Cassens Jeff graduated with a major in Bible and a minor in Music. Jeff ' s activities at Milligan included singing in Chorale, " God ' s Hands " , and Concert Choir, in which he served as president. Jeff was also part of the Madrigal dinners and " Godspell " cast. He was also a youth minister and a member of the Ministerial Association. Jeff plans to at- tend graduate school this fall. Deborah Fralish A Business Administration major and Secretarial Science minor, Debbie is a native of East Point, Georgia. Debbie was President of Hart Hall, a member of the Women ' s Tennis team. Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Lambda, and SGA. Debbie plans to reside in Johnson City and pursue her career. KS TP " David Joe Hatter Joe graduated with a double major in Bible and Math. He was involved in the Student Union Board, Ministerial Association, and Christian Service Club. Joe was also a tutor for the In- troduction to Computer course and operated the video tape equipment for the Basketball team. Joe is from King ' s Mountain, Kentucky and plans to enter a pulpit ministry or teaching and coun- seling in Public Schools. Thomas F. Jones, Jr. A resident of Follansbee, West Virginia, Tom was a Bible major and a History minor. He was a member of the Ministerial Association, Vice-president of SGA, a Resident Assistant, and a member of the Men ' s Tennis team. Tom plans to attend Emmanuel School of Religion in the fall. Deborah Piper Debbie is a resident of Benton, Pennsylvania. She graduated with a major in English and a minor in Chris- tian Education. During her four years at Milligan she served as President of the Missions Club, a member of Service Seekers, Dorm Council, and Chorale. Debbie was also a Founder ' s Daughter candidate, a Resident assistant, and a member of the Religious Affairs Com- mittee. 43 John Doran Ray, Jr. One of the most involved men on campus, John was Secretary of the Academic Affairs Committee, chaired committees concerning the tennis courts parl ing lots. Political and Economic affairs. Freshman week, and was a member of SGA. He was also a member of the Footlighters, Missions Club, Pre-Med Club, Pre-Law Club, Ministerial Association, and Editor of the Stampede. - Becky Reeves Becky served as female representative and Secretary of the Religious Affairs Committee for the SGA. Becky was President of Missions Club, a member of Service Seekers, Junior class Secretary-Treasurer and Senior class Vice-president. Becky is a Biology ma- jor and a Chemistry minor. She is in- terested in becoming involved in nuclear medicine or radio-biology. Dirck Edward Spencer Dirck graduated with a major in Psy- chology and a minor in Bible. Dirck was a member of the singing group " God ' s Hands " , Psychology Club, and Religious Affairs Committee. Dirck was also seen in Milligan ' s production of " The Boyfriend " . He plans to be a DJ for a while and then acquire his Master ' s in Psychology. Robin Thomas Robin is from Hamilton, Ohio, graduating from Milligan with a major in Christian Education and a minor in Elementary Education. She was named Miss Collegiate Civitan and was a member of Delta Kappa. Robin was a Resident assistant, a Humanities grader, Greek grader, representative to the SGA, member of the Christian Ser- vice Club, Discipline Committee alter- nate. Collegiate Church and Junior Church teacher. Claudia Thompson Claudia, a Business Administration and Secretarial Science major, plans to pursue a career in management and banking. Her activities at Milligan in- cluded being Treasurer of Phi Beta Lambda, a Resident assistant, a Foun- der ' s Daughter candidate. Sophomore class Secretary-Treasurer. Claudia was also a member of Religious Affairs Committee, Service Seekers, Civinettes, and Pep Club. David Wayne Wantz Dave is from Joppa, Maryland, graduating with a Human Relations major and Biology minor. While at Milligan Dave was Chief Justice of Traf- fic Court, SGA representative, Vice- president of Buffalo Ramblers, a Resi- dent assistant, and Cheerleader. He was a member fo the singing group " God ' s Hands " and was selected as the Civinettes Sweetheart his sophomore and junior years. Dave plans a careet in law enforcement. 44 SPORTS 45 yy J M h ' m -•- ' ■ Cheerleaders, I. to r., Martie Moore, Steve Hanley, Ken DeLong, Barb Gallaher, Kitty Berry, Mike Carroll, Bil Rodda, Jeff Daniels, CInristie Ttiompson, Cindy Keefauver, Russ Schooveld and Carol Wliisnant. 46 top and left, Helping the Cheerleaders lead their cheers the Buf- faloes ' mascot turns out to be Debbie Whitaker. Cheerleaders 47 Basketball row 1, I. to r. Coach Phillip Worrell, Mike Strouth, Richard Solomon, Marty Street, Jerry Craycraft, William Lewis, Mike Hen- derson, Coach Dale Clayton, row 2, 1, to r. C.C. Clayton, Jon Arvin, Howard Randolph, Jim Schneider, Reggie Holland, Jon Zeltman, and Gerald Randolph. 48 wmmf fr wmmrm) i m i 50 Baseball Front Row, I. to r. Jeff McNabb, Alan Bingler, David Young, Mark Wooten, Bill Rodda, Derek Carrier, Buff Walker, Dan Cullop. Middle Row, I. to r. Mike Cline, Ron Doss, Eric Ryans, Mark Fox, Ron Potter, Jose Nieves, Tony Mitchell, Lynn Brumfield. Back Row, I. to r. Coach Harold Stout, Scott Holschbach, Freddie Akers, Lynn Deskins, Joe McClain, Marty Street, Rick York, Bob McNeil, Sam Austin, Terry Jarvis. 51 52 53 Men ' s Tennis f — " " " tM ti—if I. to r. Steve Carpenter, Tim Smith, Jacl Gray, Steve Hodge, Greg Byington, Rick DeVault, Coach Duard Walker. 54 Women ' s Basketball row 1, Coach Thompson, Melody Neumeister, Judy Brunner, Kim Peters, row 2, Irene Woolard, Minta Berry, Sue Hanson, Diane Vernon, Joni Kahl. row 3, Karen Smoak, Kim Deaton, Darlene Powell. Women ' s Tennis row 1, Jill Healey, Kathy Harder, Susan Robertson, row 2, Leigh Cook, Roxanne Sandlin, and Cindy Brady. 55 o 3 CD 13 CO o D " CD 56 Women ' s Volleyball row 1; Coach Pat Bonner, Sue Whitmer, Judy Brunner, Kim Peters, row 2; Melody Neumeister, Maria Wesner, Diane Vernon, row 3; Kim Deaton, Debbie Swink, Minta Berry, Sue Hanson. 57 i. jiii ' : ..™ „..4i-,-. „« ... 58 Intramurals The goal of the 1976-77 Intramural program was for greater student par- ticipation, especially for the women students. Mrs. Fontaine, Dr. Clark, and Coach Walker served as advisors to the Intramural Council in order to coor- dinate and supervise this year ' s ac- tivities: Doug Thatcher was head direc- tor of intramurals and was assisted by Alan Shely, Men ' s director and Ruth Jordan, Women ' s director. Other mem- bers of the Intramural Council were Randy Ross, Mike Norfleet, and Roger Babik. Some of this year ' s events in- cluded flag football, volleyball, basket- ball, and Softball. 59 S-._ t. ' IWIb» V M ' M ■ % 60 61 Organizations ( 7 63 student Government Association row 1 , left to right: Sherrie Walker, Mark Richardson, Roger Gardner, Jeff McNabb, Dave Marshall, Jim Taylo , John Ray, Marlene Kelly, Cort Mills, row 2, left to right: Debbie Fralish, Cheryl Abram, Laurie Sutherland, Steve Hodge, Nancy Lauyer, Gayle Epperly, Kitty Becker, Becky Reeves, Carolyn Edgington, Robin Thomas, Dick Barnett. Traffic Court left to right: Kimi Whitmer, Dave Wantz, Ray Blakely, Roger Gardner, Dave Soucie, Gary Smith. 64 Service Seekers Left to right: Maria Wesner, Cheryl Abram, Claudia Thompson, Jame Cross, Karen Schmidt, Terri Gin- dlesperger, Mary King, Cindy Jarrett, Ginger James. Missions Club Some of the activities undertaken by this ' years Mission Club included visiting and working with the East Tennessee Christian Children ' s Home, Appalachian Christian Village, and Elizabethton Children ' s Home. Missions Club also sponsored the Faith- Promise Rally to raise money for mission ac- tivity. Two members of the Missions Club also had the chance to do mission work in the Soviet Union during the upcoming sum- mer. They were Ruth Reinhold and Debbie Willem. left to right: Keith Roberts, Debbie Willem, Debbie Piper, Ruth Reinhold, Bil Whitvord. 65 Ministerial Association top to bottom: Jeff Harper, Joe Hatter, Kevin Huddleston, Steve Carpenter, Cort Davisson, Dave Soucir, Dr. Gwaltney — sponsor. Christian Service Club across: Terry Bailey, Sue Holman, Roger Gardner, Becl y Coleman, Nancy Hook, Con Auel. dowi John Heffren, Keith Roberts, Lisa Clark, Anne Parsley, Mikel Carroll, Carol Harra. 66 row 1, left to right: Mrs. Costing — sponsor, Kathy Harder, Valerie Cook, Diana Bittner, Beth Hayes, row 2; Jackie Forbes, Anne Bletner, Sheila Albert, Sandy Pierce, Sue Roberts, Carleen Yocum, Linda Meadows, Debbie Willem, Jan Swan, row 3: Terri Newton, Sue Frater, Linda Harder, Doreen Johnson, Sheila Whitmer, Brenda Wallace, Sherrie Walker, Pat Ken- nedy, Charlyn Wilson, Pam Carroll, Nancy Morgan, Jill Healey. Delta Kappa Delta Kappa, formerly Civinettes, sponsored many activities on campus during the school year. Perhaps their most well known was the Halloween Haunted House. Individual organizations were asked to sponsor and decorate a room within the house located behind Webb Hall. Proceeds went into in- dividual club treasuries and a substantial amount was donated to the Milligan College Scholarship Fund. 67 Phi Eta Tau ff tesAO bottom to top: Marcia Fraser, Maria Wesner, Klare Korace, Sally Richardson, Karen Smoak, Barbara Elliot, Martle Williams, Joni Kohl, Minta Berry, Sue Hanson. Student Union Board In addition to its traditional activity of sponsoring the Milligan movies, this year the Student Union Board also assisted in the production of " You ' re A Good Man Charlie Brown " . " Charlie Brown " was presented dinner theater style in Sutton Hall. Movies were selected according to polled expressions of the student body and were financed by the selling of student activity stickers which ad mitted the bearer to the activities free. left to right: Joe Hatter, Kitty Becker, Becky Coleman, Bill Woolard, Jackie Swearingen, Barb Sproule, Mark Richardson. 68 Buffalo Ramblers row 1, left to right: Cort Mills, Ruth Jordan, Janet Nelson, row 2, left to right; Linda Harder, Dave Hannah, Pete Purvis, Kathy Harder. Webb Holy Rollers The Webb Holy Rollers originally began as a bowling league. However, they sponsored a bowling tournament to raise money for Ruth Reinhold and Debbie Willem for their mission work during the upcoming summer. clockwise: Bob Hayden, Keith Roberts, Jay Fore, RIc Rose. 69 Milligan College Concert Choir row 1 , left to right; Kim Hinch, Mike Taylor, Mike Thompson, Debbie Whitaker, Pam Johnson, John Wakefield — director, Lisa Adkins, Bill McNett, Carol Sue Bobbins, row 2: Gene Estep, Rhonda Hume, Tim Giese, Laurie Sutherland, Gary Ballou, Del Myra Carter, Tom Flack, Jan Davidson, Al White, row 3: Tim Wallace, Julie Alexander, Dale Schriner, Amy West, Bob Kessee, Diane Vernon, Chris Harkey, Becky Morrison, Joey Davidson, Mary Lou Layman, row 4: Judi Carrier, Kim Scheffler, Rick deWit, Marilyn McCoy, Debi Colina, Jeff Cassens, Carol Roodhouse, Gary Smith, Pam Miller. Not pictured are Lynn Schmidt, Cathy Pulliam, Steve Morton, John Lawson. 70 Milligan College Chorale Band The Milligan College Band is a new edi- tion to the Music department this year. The Band grew out of an interest in the Pep band and expanded into a recognized organization. The members of the band also composed part of the orchestra for the fall musical, " Oklahoma " . This year the band is un- der the direction of John Wakefield. 71 Psychology Club Psychology Club Is a new club this year and was formed for the purpose of providing information for those students who plan to enter the field of Psychology as a career. The club tried to develop activities which corresponded to the needs of the Psychology students. The club also sponsored a lec- ture series for the student body. row 1 , left to right: Sherl Icenhower, Jackie Costing, Kathy Ulrey, Valerie Cook, row 2: Ivan Lambert, Steve Zahl, Becky Coleman. Phi Beta Lambda beginning upper left corner; Valerie Cook, Susan Rhea, Cheryl Abram, Wendy Webb, Roxanne Sandlin, Claudia Thompson, Cort Davidson, Nancy Lauyer, Lynn Cain, Roger Gardner, Charlie Allcott, Jack Orth, Wayne Miller — sponsor, Rhonda Easter, Nancy Morgan, Tom Windram, Bar- bara Shoun. 72 wise: Barbara Elliot, Sheila Whitmer, John Ray ditor, Pete Purvis. 73 Sutton Dorm Council left to right: Mrs. Robinson — Head Resident, Sue Holman, Carolyn Edgington, Jennie Moore, Michele Pontius, Theresa Hill, Susan Rhea. Webb Dornn Council seated, left to right: Tony Rousey, Mike Boehler, Jay Fore, Keith Roberts, standing: Jack Orth, Byron Paddock. Fl ' T 74 Hardin Dorm Counci clockwise; Jack Gray, Bob Hunsick, Stan Lehahn, Chris Harkey. Pardee Dorm Counci third from left: Jeff McNabb. second from right: Cort Davisson. left to right: Miscellaneous Row- dies. Not pictured: Dick Barnett, Charlie Allcott, Rick Kelly, Mark Reidel, Greg Freeman — secretary treasurer. Rowdies LOVE Terrific Tuesday. 75 Buffalo Staff AcrTv cv-VC. C» ? ' not pictured left to right: Mark Reidel — editor, Becky Coleman — assistant editor, Ed Charlton, Anne Stanley, Tim Brady, Nancy Lauyer, Kitty Becker. 76 ■ Si ' %k miMm w mm. " Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be still wiser, Teach a righteous man, and he will increase his learning. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. And the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. " Proverbs 9:9,10 80 Administration 81 President Jess W. Johnson Milligan College Administration ;W- - ' ■ : ' ' " J| 82 Dr. Paul A. Clark Dean of Students and Director of Teacher Education Joe P. McCormick Assistant to the President Phyllis Dampier Fontaine Registrar 83 k Eugene H. Wigginton Director of Development Dr. Dennis Helsabeck Director of Guidance Dale Clayton Financial Aids Officer 84 Rodney D. Irvin Director of Communications B.J. Moore Business fVlanager .. !:5 ' i " ?r ' S3«2S Si; l« ;£ Lawrence E. Huff Student Enlistment Officer John W. Neth Director of P.H. Welshimer Library Paul Bader Student Enlistment Officer Phillip A. Worrell Director of Student Enlistment Bill Woolard Manager of Student Union Building 85 Area Of Humane Learning 9 William H. Wright Associate Professor of Art Anna May Crowder Assistant Professor of English Dr. Terry J. Dibble Associate Professor of English Ann lies Instructor of Humanities Juanita Jones Associate Professor of English 86 ■, a. v o - Jack L. Knowles Assistant Professor of English Carolyn Nipper Associate Professor of English Carolyn Woolard Assistant Professor of French Donald Shaffer Associate Professor of German Jeanette E. Crosswhite Associate Professor of Music Dr. John Dowd Associate Professor of Music 87 David C. Runner Assistant Professor of Music John C. Wakefield Assistant Professor of Music Area of Professional Learning Eugene P. Price Professor of Business Administration - - -rry rryr Virginia Laws Assistant Professor of ■Secretarial Science 88 Wayne E. Miller Assistant Professor of Business Administration ' ,: 1 Dr. Euel J. Ownby Associate Professor of Education Dr. John L Morrison Associate Professor of Education Dr. James L. Shields Professor of Education and Director of Student Teaching . y Hazel Turbeville Professor Emeritus of Secretarial Science 89 Area Of Social Learning Dr. Charles R. Taber Associate Professor of Anthropology Patricia Jane Bonner Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education Rowena Bowers Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education Dr. B. Harold Stout Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education Duard B. Walker Professor of Health and Physical Education 90 Ivor Jones Professor Emeritus of History Dr. Ira Read Associate Professor of History Dr. Orvel C. Crowder Professor of Psychology Robert B. Hall Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. James Shields, Jr. Instructor of Sociology 91 Area Of Biblical Learning • f» ff I ' . Dr. Henry E. Webb, Chairman, Area of Biblical Learning Dean E. Walker Professor of Church History Dr. William C. Gwaltney, Jr., Chairman, Area of Humane Learning Associate Professor of Bible — - IT . " Dr. Richard Phillips Associate Professor of Bible Edwin S. Nelson Assistant Professor of Bible 92 Earl Stuckenburck Associate Professor of Bible Dr. James Balch Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Eddie Leach, Chairman, Area of Scientific Learning Associate Professor of Biology Area Of Scientific Learning Dr. Charles W. Gee Associate Professor of Biology and Education Roy Hampton Associate Professor of Mathematics Carolyn Kinsley Instructor of Microbiology Dr. Richard D. Lura Associate Professor of Chemistry Guy MauldJn Instructor of Computer Dr. Eugene Nix Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Lone L Sisk Professor Emeritus of Chemistry Dr. Gary 0. Wallace Associate Professor of Biolo 94 Dr. Robert Wetzel Professor of Philosophy 95 ' i CLASS OF 1977 Friends come, friends go; the loves men l now are ever fleeting; In song and smile a little while we read their kindly greeting; With warmth and cheer they linger near, the friends we fondly treasure; Then on a day they drift away, a loss no words can measure. This much we know; friends come, friends go, as April ' s gladness passes. As sun and shade, in swift parade, paint changes on meadow grasses. And though we grieve to see them leave, in thought we still enfold them; In Memory ' s Net we keep them yet, and thus can ever hold them. — Author unknown 97 r Cheryl Kay Abraham Bloomington, Indiana Business Administration Psychology Dee Aiken Hurst, Texas Psychology Charles Alcott III Mt. Dora, Florida Business Administration Beth Allman Newport News, Virginia Psychology Suellen Anderson Hammond, Indiana Music 98 Fumiko Aoyagi Saga, Japan Business Administration Kayol o Arai Yol ohama, Japan Business Administration Con Auel Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Bible Psychology Mary Lea Barbour Chatham, Virginia Psychology Dick Barnett Lynn, Indiana Chemistry Wendy Lee Barr Largo, Maryland Biology 8 99 Nancy Basnight Kernersville, North Carolina Sociology Ray Blakely Masslllon, Ohio Bible Paul Blowers Indianapolis, Indiana History Michael Boehler Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Business Administration Psychology Rebecca Ann Bond Nashville, Indiana Physical Education 100 James E. Booher North Vernon, Indiana Math Pamela Boreing Jonesboro, Tennessee Secretarial Science Cindy Brady East Point, Georgia Psychology Special Education Denise Loraine Brown Eau Gallie, Florida Psychology Lyn Allen BrumField Gretna, Virginia Health and P.E. 101 Nathaniel Steve Burchfield Elizabethton, Tennessee Microbiology Julie Busch Seattle, Washington Secretarial Science Greg L. Byington Ironton, Ohio Psychology Joy Leann Carter Greeneville, Illinois Secretarial Science John Carlson Milligan College, Tennessee Bible Jeff Cassens Rockford, Illinois Bible 102 W 9f Edward T. Charlton Jr. Wellsburg, West Virginia Bible i ▼ f 1 Becl y Clark Columbus, Indiana Psychology Becky Coleman Salem, Indiana Secretarial Science Debi Colina Cincinnati, Ohio Human Relations 103 Leigh Cook Jefferson City, Missouri Human Relations Gerald F. Craycraft Millersburg, Ohio Business Administration Cindy Crum Crise Brownsburg, Indiana Humanities Rick deWit Garfield Heights, Ohio Humanities Laura S. Eaton Indianapolis, Indiana Humanities 104 Gayle Susan Epperly Salem, Virginia Sociology Charlotte Fate Danville, Illinois Psychology Jay Fore Lexington, Kentucky Bible Deborah A. Fralish East Point, Georgia Business Administration Peter Frizzell Johnson City, Tennessee Psychology 105 Allan Gorman Sandy Spring, Missouri Bible Kathy Harder Ridgewood, New York Psychology Craig Hardy Aurora, Illinois Biology Marilyn Elizabeth Harper Ironton, Ohio Biology Robert Hartman Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Bible 106 David Joe Hatter King ' s Mountain, Kentucky Bible IVIath Steve Hodge Elizabetliton, Tennessee Health and P. E. Debi Holsap ple West Palm Beach, Florida Biology Health and P.E. Nancy Laura Hook Princeton, New Jersey Christian Education Kevin D. Huddleston Rockford, Illinois Philosophy Bible Mark F. Jarrett Elwood, Indiana Math Business Administration 107 Terry Daniel Jarvis Sugar Grove, Virginia Business Administration Lu Jenkins Elizabetiiton, Tennessee Business Administration Patricia Dingess Jessee Cocoa, Florida Health and P.E. Robin Johnson Orlando, Florida Human Relations Thomas F. Jones Jr. Follansbee, West Virginia Bible 108 Ruth Jordan Akron, Ohio Human Relations Lisa Keely Wichita, Kansas Psychology Patty Keesling Lexington, Kentucky Human Relations Rick Kelly Ft. Myers Beach, Florida Human Relations 109 ' ♦♦♦♦ ' ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ' ♦♦ )«• Joseph Dineh Koroma Freetown, Sierra-Leone, W. Africa Business Administration Ivan L. Lambert Stoystown, Pennsylvania Bible Psychology I Sharon Lambert Hackettstown, New Jersey Nursing Sidney F. Martin Ocho Rios, Jamaica Biology Steve C. McCoury Canton, Ohio Psychology Speech and Drama 110 Julie McNett Eatontown, New Jersey English Jane Ellen Meade Rockville, Maryland Psychology Special Education Mark Miller Indianapolis, Indiana Business Administration Randy Miller Indianapolis, Indiana Human Relations 111 Nancy E. Morgan St. Louis, Missouri Secretarial Science Ricl Morrell Bluff City, Tennessee Health and P.E. Deborah Rae Murphy Rochester, Indiana Human Relations Stan Musselman Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania Bible Echiko Naito Aomori, Japan Special Education Psychology Valerie Neth Milligan College, Tennessee Engish 112 Patty O ' Connor St. Petersburg, Florida English Karen Sue Opstad Seat Pleasant, Maryland Human Relations Philip W. Parnell Chattanooga, Tennessee Business Administration Anne Parsly Oak Ridge, Tennessee Sociology Connie Paschall Milford, Ohio Psychology Kimberly Peters Bedford, Massachusetts Biology 113 Deborah Piper Benton, Pennsylvania English Secondary Education Sharon Kay Rankin Rockville, Maryland Biology John Ray Louisville, Kentucky Chemistry Becky Reeves Columbus, Indiana Biology CarolsueRobbins Cocoa Beach, Florida Church Music 114 John Robertson Indianapolis, Indiana Bible Mary Ruth Robinson Brownsburg, Indiana English Tony Rousey Danville, Kentucky Philosophy Roxanne Lee Sandlin Rockville, Maryland Business Administration Scott A. Schade Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Bible 115 Kim Scheffler Clewiston, Florida ivlusic James E. Schneider Nortliampton, Pennsylvania Human Relations Cindy Shultz Rockford, Illinois History Jeanne Schrumpf Kansas, Oklahoma Psychology 116 Richard Solomon Nashville, Tennessee Health and P.E. David A. Soucie Lawrence, Indiana Bible Psychology Timothy J. Spear Beech Grove, Indiana Math Dirck Edward Spencer Wardensville, West Virginia Jeffrey Allyn Stemen Lithopolis, Ohio Sociology 117 Boyd Lee Stover Haydenville, Ohio English Debbie Swinl Doraville, Georgia Secretarial Science :t ' MMM Robin Thomas Hamilton, Ohio Christian Education Claudia Thompson Hot Springs, Arkansas Business Administration JoeTrolier Rockville, Maryland Biology 118 Jeff Walker Daytona, Florida Health and P.E. Brenda Kay Wallace N. Palm Beach, Florida Psychology Special Education Lydia Walton North Vernon, Indiana Secretarial Science David Wayne Wantz Joppa, Maryland Human Relations Beverly J. Warren Clarence, New York Music 119 Amy Diane West Beechgrove, Indiana Secretarial Science Debra Marie Willenn Indianapolis, Indiana Psychology Marthel Williams Cincinnati, Ohio Christian Education Parthanna Abrams Willis Mt. Eden, Kentucky Psychology Dave Wilson Milligan College, Tennessee Bible Math II ImA 1 111 I Thomas J. Windram Jr. Mt. Dora, Florida Business Administration Marilyn Wood Greenwood, Indiana Business Administration Thomas Woodall Lynchburg, Virginia Bible 121 James Richard York Nashville, Tennessee Health and P.E. Steven Zahl Johnson City, Tennessee Psychology 122 Since Becky Reeves is a senior this year, we feel that she deserves a special award. Not for being a senior but for w hat we believe is outstanding Christian service in the last four years. Although there was no award for " Best Barber " at this years Awards Banquet we ' re sure that Becky would have got- ten it. Becky could be seen in the Hart lobby many times cutting hair. The thing we feel is really special about Becky ' s service is that she would never accept any money for her services. When asked once about her free haircuts Becky replied that it was a way to be of service for her. Thanks a lot Becky! 123 GRADUATION 1977 1 I ■SS3P° 125 f The 1976 Founder ' s Daughters candidates: (I. to r.) seated, Kim Scheffler, Cheryl Abram, Debbie Fraiish, Debbie Piper, iVIarty Williams, (standing) Helen Bunton, Claudia Thompson, Debbie Murphy.-Robin Thomas, Debbie Swink, Julie McNett, Nancy Hook, Rosemary Birkle, Carol Whisnant, Kathy Harder, Carolsue Bobbins, Becky Reeves. 126 :f) ' - • k, t Founder ' s Daughter 1976 Julie McNett FOUNDER ' S DAUGHTER Founder ' s Daughter runner-up Gayle Epperly 127 Fred Akers Robbie Allen Marilyn Babel Janet Ball Gary Ballou Kitty Becker Belinda Brown Carter Blevins Kevin Bowers Charlene Britt Lee Ann Brookshear Tim Buman Pam Carrell Judy Carrier CLASS OF 1978 Del Myra Carter Eric Duggins Bryce Crawford Debbie Czap Carolyn Edgington Rick Evanoff Jan Davidson Greg Fleetwood Cort Davisson Susan Frater Orris Densford MarciaFraser Dinah Drews Kim Frazier 128 Greg Freeman IVIike French Harold Hall Jeff Harper Jillana IHeaiey Bob Hunsick Sherry Icenhower Archie Iscrupe Carol Jackson Diane James Pat Kennedy Bob Kessee Mary King Ellie Kraus Nancy Lauyer Valerie Lentz Dave Marshall JoeMcClain JeffMcNabb Catherine Manier John Miller 129 130 Pam Miller Tony Mitchell TerrI Morgan Bill Morrell Becky Morrison Doris Parlier Janet Pickle Sandra Pierce Elizabeth Polsgrove Pete Purvis Mark Reidel Ruth Reinhold Becky Replogle Susan Rhea Jimmy Rhinehardt Jerry Rhinehardt Gary Richardson Dave Roach Keith Roljerts Susan Rotjertson Bill Rodda H ■j H ip i E ™ H P 1 jhH[ 1 Kv « |9 1 M ' fcniUv M It H H ■ ' ' ' . jPl iiir ■j - ' B P 1 V.- ' ■■ ; 1 . Rl Larry Rose Karen Schmidt Mike Schmidt DaleSchrelner Aian Shely Barbara Shoun Bruce Simmons Randy Slagle Cheryl Souder Kevin Speas Marty Street Jan Swan Marcelia Taylor Pamela Valentine 131 Joe Wallenfelz Debbie Whitaker Jim Young Mark Webb Teresa Wrenn Jon Zeltman Wendy Webb David Young Robin Adams Maria Wesner 132 Sheila Albert Brenda Arnold Jon Arvin Dave Atkinson Roger Babik Kitty Berry Minta Berry Chelle Blackwood Bernie Blankenship Melanie Bowen Judy Bruner Michael Buck Lynn Cain Steve Campbell Tim Carnahan Steve Carpenter Marcheta Carringer Dave Charlton Lisa Clark Sylvia Cole Valerie Cook CLASS OF 1979 133 Kim Cosgrove Jeff Daniels Candi Davis KayDezern Rhonda Easter Karen Eller Barbara Elliot Elaine Eshelman Enefiol Eshiet Meg Floyd Roger Gardener Terri Gindlesperger Cindy Gower Nancy Gray Carol Hale Rebecca Hampton Steve Hanley Sue Hanson Shigeru Harada Carol Harra Cathy Hardin Cheri Harris Robin Holland Cindy Harrison Susan Holman JohnHeffren DeeHickerson Celeste Huddleston Joni Kohl Debbie Hill Ginger James Teresa Hill Cindy Jarrett Steve Hinderliter Doreen Johnson 134 m W JL 9 ' 91 01 Mark Kearns Celia Leuthold Linda Meadows Ann Morgan Ed Notesfine Kim Paine Joey Potter Cindy Keefavuer Julie Love Co rt Mills Deborah Newton Rodney O ' Dell Mary Phipps Darlene Powell Mary Lou Layman Marilyn McCoy Vicky Miller Mike Norfieet Jack Orth Michelle Pontius Mark Richardson 135 Beth Shannon KathyUlrey Kimi Whitmer Sally Richardson Susan Roberts Jenny Robinson Randy Ross John Sichting Donna Sipe Connie Sowers Susan Stacy Brad Volters Buff Walker Doris Wheeler Al White Phyllis Wine Diane Wood Linda Wood Irene Woolard Linda Sartoris Laurie Sutherland Sheila Whitman Rhonda Thomas J?- Janell Scroggs 136 Steve Allen Anne Bletner Dennis Bailey Pam Barger Cynthia Boiender Cindy Bond Deborah Barnes Patti Baugh David Bingler Sandra Bristow Wendell Brooi shire Michael Brown Ron Blakley Pam Brown CLASS OF 1980 Steve Byington Mark Crouch Michael Carrell Jim Dahlman Rebecca Catlett Richard Dal bey Lynn Chalmers Connie Davis Becky Cross Jeft Deaton Jane Cross Kim Deaton Nancy Cross Lisa Dillon 137 Renee Ellsworth Debbie Finley Christine Foster Dennis Freeman Dawn Hackerd Becl y Harder April Hatcher Jennifer Farnum Jacl le Forbes Terri Foster Rebecca Frye James Mailer Linda Harder Robert Hayden Karen Ferreil Ken Followell Mark Fox Barb Galleher Debbie Hamilton Mary Hart Beth Hayes 138 Donna Hockman Cathy Johnston Paula Lewis Teresa Hodge Becky Jo Keefauver Becky Linkous Barbara Hofman Marlene Kelly J.McConnoughey George Hogan II Mitchell Hughston Chris Hunkins Alan Hutchinson Kim Kennedy Sharenne Kriecar KlaraKovacs Cindy Lauyer Bill McNett Michael Magee John Marshall Stephen Marshall 139 Cynthia Mithchell Betty Jo Morrison Janet Nelson Jose Nieves Jane Phillips Cheryl prosise Cathy Pulliam ' { Martha Renner Lori Settles Lisa Richardson Ric Rose Jackie Smith Lisa Smith Timothy Ross William Smith Eric Ryans Karen Smoai Rhonda Scharer Karen Sowers Russel Schoonveld Ann Stanley Mark Summers Steve Trolier Cynthia Swiney Kale Walker Jeri Swearingen Sherrie Walker Charles Taber James Taylor Heather Warner Debra Watson Christy Thompson James Toombs Karen Watt Diane Waters 141 142 Anne Beltner Freshman Class Sweetheart Kitty Berry Sophomore Class Sweetheart Nancy Lauyer Junior Class Sweetheart Julie Alexander Senior Class Sweetheart Sweetheart candidates, I. to r.; Debbie Murphy, Becky Reeves, Nancy Lauyer, Mar- tie Moore, Julie Alexander, Marcia Fraser, Anne Bletner, Kitty Berry, Wendy Webb, Sheila Albert, Kathy Ulrey, and Beth Hayes. 145 I I I il I I In spite of and extremely small staff and numerous problems and delays the 1977 BUFFALO is finally finished. " To everything a season ... " It is traditional for the editor to thank the staff; yet somehow " Thank you " doesn ' t seem to be quite enough. Without their hard work, there would be no 1977 BUFFALO. Thank you, Becky Coleman, for the long hours you put in and all the work you accomplished, for the sym- pathetic ear you lent when pictures were delayed or other problems arose, for the creative ideas, scheduling club and senior pictures, and most of all for being a friend. Ed Charlton, for the days and weeks it seemed like you were in the darkroom, your creative photography, your willingness to listen to my ideas and your attempts to accomplish them, and your listening ability as a friend. Tim Brady, for all the pictures in the senior section, even if everyone did want to have theirs taken at the waterfall, you photos which help make the introduction work, the endsheets, and your ideas to make this year ' s yearbook better than Anna ' s. Anne Stanley, for your photography and willingness to be there with a camera when no one else could. Too bad we couldn ' t use some of the shots you took of what girl ' s dorm life was really like. Nancy Lauyer, for your dedication to the ad section and your willingness to help wherever you were needed. No one can sell ads like you. Kitty Becker, for your help with the ads and assistance with the underclass pictures. Also for your willingness to help and sympathetic ear. Marilyn Wood, for assisting with the underclass pictures and only drinking as much Mr. Pibb as I could reasonably afford. Rod Irvin, for all your help in getting things arranged and straightening things out, and for your excellent photography. Mr. Wright, our advisor, for not being the typical bossy advisor. Bill Stoess, our yearbook representative, for putting up with us all along, helping out when problems arose, and at least making my P.O. box worthwhile. I don ' t think I could have asked for a better staff. I just wish there had been a few more. Mark Reidel 146 AMRTl 147 JOHNSON CITY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FIRST PEOPLES BANK HAMILTON BANK HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION THE BANKING AND TRUST CO. THE MOUNTAIN EMPIRE BANK 148 GOODYEAR FRCC ERVICC TIHC TOR£ INCE1919 149 JOHNSON CITY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Chamber of Commerce on behalf of all Johnson City business firms is happy to extend its services to the students and faculty at IVlilligan College. We are proud that you have chosen Milligan to be your Alma Mater — We invite you to make Johnson City your home! 150 s - ' W j -.-.- ' jtm ' Thanks from MIKE ' S WASH HOUSE AND APARTMENTS Owned and Operated by Mike Hughes 928-9444 151 Compliments of GENERAL SHALE CORPORATION - 5= 152 1.. ..-,„gi.i ; ii; i •(iShitel Security Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. OF ELIZABETHTON 200 HUDSON DRIVE 628 ELK AVE. ELIZABETHTON, TENN. 37643 Johnson City ' s Complete Five Floor Department Store 153 J.C. PENNEY CO. We Have what you ' re looking for for less. Shop Downtown Elizabethton Johnson City Stores open Monday Friday nights ' til 8:30 COMPARE WITH ANY OTHER MILK COMPANY DAJRY DIVISION For Your Complete Dairy Needs 154 UannaUt; inc. Men ' s Clothing Bf.cmer ' s, Inc. ESTABLISHED 1886 J-J iamontii., VVatchzi., iJ-cure-Lxu JOHNSON CITY. TENN. 37601 aiPiBicj) 405 South Roan Street Johnson City, Tennessee 37601 WALLACE SHOE STORE Downtown Johnson City FEATURING: Florsheim Aigners Dexters Ninas - 11 . fiSi Fj iSSf ' L 1 -j -jg K i 1 s- su l V « ' Ik 1 1 g l i ' 1 B im r. 1 155 COMPLIMENTS OF BOWER ' S FLORIST Elizabethton, Tennessee GOODMAN ' S JEWELERS FELTY-ROLAND FLORISTS Elizabethton, Tennessee RELIGIOUS BOOK STORE Elizabethton, Tennessee CITY DRUG STORE Elizabethton, Tn. RITCHIES, INC. Elizabethton, Tennessee EDGEHILLGULF Rt. 7, Milligan Highway Sterchi ' s Elizabethton and Johnson City 156 Congratulations to the graduating Class of 1977 and to our graduate, Gayle Epperly. 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