Milligan College - Buffalo Yearbook (Elizabethton, TN)
- Class of 1980
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Milligan College Library LD3311.A47M5627 1980 c.2 MA Milligan College Buffalo. 3 1881 0001 1741 2 RESERVE Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation http: www.archive.org details buffalo1980buff r ' s rv W.. DEDICATION Professor Eugene Patton Price, Sr. came to Milligan in September of 1949. Since joining the faculty, he has be- come one of nine full professors, co-chairman of the Area of Professional Learning and Director of Placement (a service he began in 1960). Mr. Price hails from Erwin - ' The Garden ' - where he began his education at Elm Street Elementary and Unicoi County High School. His college career was interrupted by World War II. After his service as a sargeant in the United States Air Force he returned to Duke University to complete his B.A. and Master ' s degrees. Mr. Price presently teaches courses in business admin- istration and economics at Milligan, teaches banking courses at ETSU, serves as co-sponsor for Phi Beta Lambda, secretary of the Academic Committee, member of the Insurance and Bulletin Committees and marshall for the faculty. Mr. Price has been teaching longer than any other person presently here. Mr. Price is a member of the First Christian Church oi Erwin, where he is a teacher for a men ' s Bible class, Bible School Superintendent and member of the church choir. Mr. Price has recently finished a term as governor of the KY-TN District of Kiwanis International. He also serves as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Er- win National Bank. Mr. Price has received the Freedom Foundation Award for his address entitled " Three Cheers for America. " The hobbies of Mr. Price intrigue many students - from his interest in coin collecting and photography, to his col- lections of model trains, tie tacs and piggy banks. Mr. B.J. Moore, a neighbor from Erwin, said, " There is not a more well thought of person in Erwin than Gene Price. " As a part of the Milligan community, students have been blessed and encouraged by the professor, leader and person, Gene Price. The 1980 BUFFALO is dedicated to this man. r f vis, THE BUFFALO Contents Opening Page 1 Dedication 2-3 introduction 4-16 Administration Faculty Staff 17-35 Who ' s Who 36-37 Classes 38-39 Seniors 40-55 Juniors 56-63 Sophomores 64-71 Freshmen 72-81 Organizations 82-103 Sports 104-125 Student Life 126-127 Founder ' s Daughter 128-129 Madrigals 130-131 Wonderful Wednesday??? 132-133 Plays 134-141 Concerts 142-144 Living 145 Hart 146-147 Hardin 148-149 Pardee 150-151 Sutton 152-153 Webb 154-155 Graduation 156-157 Advertisements 158-173 Closing 174-176 P.H. WELSHtMER MEMORiAl Umm MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TENN. 37682 Above lell-Studeni!, study in science lab. Above rigint-Cathy Cole and Amy Black study outdoors. Above— Coaches lead practice. Right-Mr. Stucken- bruck listens intently. Far left— Tim Martin studies. Far right-Laura Pitts ponders question. Bottom— Mrs. Huang lectures. S• S 5Sl:;5S!SS RW ' •a??55 91 Right-Dr. Wetzel and Anthony Campolo in convocation. Bottom left-Micky Cliflon prepares for exam. Bottom right— Mary Lynn Dell reviews her notes. Far right-Kathy Su- chan discusses a problem with Mr. Knowlcs Bottom left— Mr. Miller explains graph. Bot- tom right-Dr. Leach supervises Clark McCreedy ' s review. 10 11 let the wise listen and add (o their learning. and let the discerning get guidance 12 Top left— Mr. Rhoades holds class outside. Botlom lefl-Beth Ross unloads during Freshman Week. Top right-The Holy Bible. Above— Becky Merriam, Rob Denning and class watch the demonstration. Left- Lisa Richardson in the language lab. 13 for understanding proverbs and parables. the sayings and riddles of the wise. -Proverbs 1:2-() " __-£ A Recognition Bob Hayden lias served the Milli- gan community in many ways since his arrival on campus in August of 1976. He has been on the Technical Crew for all four years. He has been in charge for the last two years. Because of this job, he has become the handyman for the entire campus. He has also served on the Student Union Board, committee of team leaders and presently serves as stage manager for Milligan Men and Presi- dent of the Association of Christian Ministries. His services are going to be truly missed when he graduates. Mrs. Fon- taine, Dr. Alien and Dean Costing are among the faculty administration that will especially miss Bob ' s help. But as Denny Callahan said, " I personally don ' t know of Bob ever being too busy to be of help to anybody-ex- emplifying true caring and service. " Thank you Bob. SaSit asS : VAsarm Oi. 17 Administration Dr. Jess W. Johnson Dr. Kenneth W. Costing BJ Moore Eugene H. Wigginton 19 ' ' «(, Dr. Bert Allen Paul Bader Sam Combs Bo Deaton 20 Rod Irvin Dr. Kenneth Johnston 21 Dr. Joe P. McCormick John Neth 22 lames Balch Mary )ane Cabus 23 Dr. Orvel Crovvder 24 Dr. Susan Higgins 25 Ann lies Dr. Eddie Leach Dr. John Morrison MyawM M David MacKenzie Dr. Richard Lura Wayne Miller 27 Carolyn Nipper Dr. David Runner 29 Carolyn Woolard Dr. Harold Stout 30 William Wright Charlotte Blevins Pammy Cameron Lou Deaton Betty Drulinger Bene Garst Velma Hal 32 Laura Nell Hi! Nancy Huff Pat Huffine Tami Mallyon Shirley Marshall Kay Mayfield p a V ELSHIMER MEMORiAC LIBRARY MILLIGAN COLLEGE. TENH. 37682 33 Annie Miller Melissa Moreiand ean Mullins Reba Shepherd Sue Skidmore Elizabeth Treadway 34 Lois Trivett Lisha Vines Barb Wallenfelsz Emerald Webb Pam White Teresa Gail Wilson 35 WHO ' S Steve Allen Jim Dahlman Bill McNett Lisa Richardson Tim Ross 36 WHO B J Morrison oy Phillips Jim Taylor Sherrie Walker 37 PEOPLE Senior Class Sweetheart Kim Mooney Escort: Bill McNett Junior Class Sweetheart Melissa Roy Escort: Jim Dahlman Sophomore Class Sweetheart Cindy Wead Escort: Steve Hurst Freshman Class Sweetheart Candy Witcher Escort: John Hall 39 May 18, 1980 a memorable day for the Senior class of 1980, brings our college days to a close. Graduation will conclude four years of studying, learning, growing, and living at Milligan College. Milligan has a special meaning to the members of the Centennial Class of 1980. It has been more than just an educational institution of classes and dorm life. But, Milligan College has been our home for the past four years. Friendships and relationships have been made here. We have learned to be disciplined as students and as Christians. We have suffered pain and hurt, but we have also enjoyed some of the hclppiest mo- ments of our lives. Four years ago we stepped on cam- pus as Freshmen and strangers from different states and countries. Our Freshman year brought changes and ad- justments of being college students. During our Soph- omore year, we became more settled and had advanced from the bottom of the totem pole. Between our Soph- omore and Junior year, we welcomed several transfers into the class. As Juniors, we were finally in our major course of study and breathed easier with the thought of no more Humanities. Then, we were shockied with the realization that we were Seniors and started the count- down til the big day. Then . . , SENIORITIS hit! Even after being here four years, it never seems to have been long enough. Individually, we have given and received from Milligan. As a class, it is our prayer that we have contrib- uted our best to the Lord and to the school during our stay here. Now, the future lays before us. For many the road is unknown. For others, it is plans of marriage, ca- reers, and further education. May the love of Christ that we have experienced shine in our lives and continue to grow as we end our college days. To those classes who I How ours, may you ' also know of this precious love and fve the wonderful memories of Milligan and friends at we will leave with, vtfea.sk God ' s blessing on our fes arid we thank Him foraS illigan College. May we iVer forget what we have s fed together as the Cen- tennial Class of 1980. Terri Newtbn, President of Class of Joni Rigsby, Class Representative; Morry Osborn, Vice-President; Kim Mooney, Class Representative; Heather Warner, Secretary; Terri Newton, President; Windell Brookshire, Class Representative; Bill McNett, Class Representative. Not pictured: Byron Cuthrell, Treasurer. Twila Renee Ellsworth Allen Human Relations- Social Agencies Edwardsville, Illinois Steven Robert Allen Chemistry Tarpon Springs, Florida John C. Babel Math Akron, New York Dennis Humphrey Bailey Bible Kingston, Jamaica Rebecca Keefauver Ball English Human Relations-Youth Leadership Jonesboro, Tennessee Pamela Kay Barger Human Relations- Social Agencies Bethel, Ohio Deborah Sue Barnes Secretarial Science Glenview, Illinois David Ray Bernhardt Human Relations-Psychology Indianapolis, Indiana David Lynn Bickel Business Administration Kokomo, Indiana David Allen Bingler Business Administration Charlottesville, Virginia Ro nnie Dale Blakely Business Administration Massillon, Ohio Sona DeAnne Blankenship Secretarial Science • Clarksville, Maryland Timothy D. Bowen Business Administration Portland, Indiana Vicki Lynn Bricker Business Administration Shelbyville, Kentucky Sandy Leigh Bristow Business Administration Bristol, Tennessee Henry Windell Brookshire Biology Marion, North Carolina Michael Craig Brown Business Administration Powell, Tennessee Elizabeth Lynn Chalmers Biology " St. Petersburg, Florida Jack Edward Clevinger Bible Human Relations— Psychology Kingsport, Tennessee Gregory Wayne Crevelt Bible Las Vegas, Nevada Karen Ruth CunrTmings Human Relations— Psychology Dewey, Illinois Byron R. Cuthrell History West Nifflin, Pennsylvania Simon Jacques Dahlman Bible Humanities Tampa, Florida Richard Alan Dalbey Biology Montezuma, Iowa Connie Jo Davis Business Administration Johnson City, Tennessee Kimberly Ann Deaton Health and Physical Education Johnson City, Tennessee HH H W ■ F ' ii v Bh m 1 r y 1 ji j H iMi L M !t jl Sandra Lee DeLegal Human Relations- Psychology Babson Park, Florida Kenneth W. DeLong Health and Physical Education Moneta, Virginia Carla Ann Demert Human Relations- Psychology Footville, Wisconsin Brenda Sue DeVault Secretarial Science Knoxville, Tennessee Mary Lisa Dillon Music Ballwin, Missouri David Douglas Dodds Business Administration St. Helens, California Elizabeth Diann Duncan- ; XHurhan Relations— Psychology ii Jbhnsbn Gity, Tennessee ' fcs Laura Lisa Duncan Business Administration Kingsport, Tennessee Celeste Evans Bible East Point, Georgia Deborah Ann Finley Human Relations- Psychology Lockport, Illinois Linda Sue Flood Secretarial Science Edison, New )ersey Margaret Ann Floyd Music Virginia Beach, Virginia wmuk jfr dK - ' a ., 3?Mj B HI Sl 1 Kenneth Lee Followell, |r. Bible Human Relations-Psychology Crown Point, Indiana Mark Philip Fox Business Administration Wilmington, Delaware Deborah Sue Golden Human Relations— Psychology Louisville, Illinois Wendy )une Grace Health and Physical Education McKeesport, Pennsylvania Christopher Lee Graham Business Administrtion Clinton, Arkansas Robert Dowell Hayden Bible Baltimore, Maryland Teresa Kay Hodge English Elizabethtbn, Tennessee Vicky Hughes Business Administration Bradenton, Florida Kaihryn Kimble Howard Business Administration . Johnson City, Tennessee Mitchell Brock Hughston Biology Brownsville, Texas Cathy Marie Hudssn Bible Ravenna, Ohio Steven Earl Hurst Business Administration Springfield, Virginia Alan Ross- Hutchinson Business Administration Columbu Ohio Debra Elizabeth Imes Human Relations- Psychology Bowie, Maryland Cathy Renee Ireton Secretarial Science Shirley, Indiana Connie Arlene Jones Human Relations-Social Agencies Des Moines, Iowa Marta Ann Keljer Christian Education Dodge City, Kansas m fey. -r Carl Eugene Kinc heloe Health and Physical Education Johnson City, Tennessee Cynthia Alice Lauyer Human Relations- Psychology Colonia, New Jersey Joseph Henry Harrison Lewis, Jr. History Farmington Hills, Missouri Paula Kay L is Business Administration Orlando, Florida John Mark Marshall Business Administration Mountain City, Tennessee Stephen Wayne Marshall Business Administration Human Relations— Sociology Elizabethton, Tennessee Timothy John Martin Bible Johnson City, Tennessee Karen Sue Mauk Business Administration Ashland, Kentucky Marie Christine McCall Business Administration Fort Campbell, Kentucky William Garth McNett Biology Canton, Pennsylvania Stephen Paul Meechem Bible Frankfort, Indiana Robert David Merrill Bible Joppa, Maryland Roxanne Miller Human Relations- Psychology Ocala, Florida Cynthia A. Mitchell Business Administration Crawfordsville, Indiana Pamela Jane Moody Secretarial Science Melbourne, Florida Kimberly Jane Mooney English Brilliant, Ohio Gregory Darrell Moore Business Administration Palmetto, Georgia Betty Jo Morrison Humanities Johnson City, Tennessee Pamela June Murray Business Administration Human Relations- Social Agencies Kissimee, Florida Robert William Nelson Biology Logan, Ohio, Teresa Kay Newton Business Administration Lafayette, Indiana Karen Lynn Noyes Business Administration Human Relations-Social Agencies Largo, Florida Tanya Kay Oakes Human Relations- Psychology Flora, Illinois Morris Edward Osborn Biology Cooper City, Florida Stephen Lee Owens Human Relations- Psychology San AntoniO; Texas : Jeri Ann Swearlngen Paddock Human Relations- Youth Leadership Mllligan College, Tennessee Ruth Murdoch Ration Human Relations— Psychology Elizabethton, Tennessee Robert Jonathan Payne Bible Courtland, Virginia Barbara Jo Pennington Health and Physical Education Culfport, Florida Patricia Ann Perry Business Administration Music Jackson, Missouri Shirley Gamble Perry Human Relations— Psychology Sociology and Anthropology Elizabethton, Tennessee Joy LaNelle Phillips Bible Human Relations-Social Agencies Munster, Indiana Theresa Annette Pierce Human Relations-Social Agencies South Charleston, West Virginia Scott Franklin Pitts History Eden, North Carolina Cathy Sue Pulliam Potter Music Hillsboro, Ohio Michael David Potter Health and Physical Education Millersville, Pennsylvania Kelly Lynn Pratt Music Quincy, Illinois Johi R. Puckett Human Relations- Psychology Hixson, Tennessee Pamela Joyce Ratliff Human Relations-Social Agencies Fairfax, Virginia Lisa Ann Richardson English Havre de Grace, Maryland Joni Carol Rigsby Biology Milligan College, Tennessee Don C. Roberts Business Administration Indianapolis, Indiana Timothy Woodrow Ross Bible English Brook, Indiana Deborah Elaine Russell Business Administration Melbourne, Florida •hj; VS. ' Mi ' ' ' " „„ . t- " " k tUf. mfel ' " ni Hr W Kjjtl l M HRH ' Hi l M H r 4 Hi ■ Hl ' SJ " I B ' y i ' i uA t K jk wss kj " - H L BH r ' H bbh iM mmH Lynn Marie Schmidt Music Piney Flats, Tennessee Janell Dawn Scroggs Human Relations- Psychology Navarre, Ohio Karen Elizabeth Sheilds Humanities Lincoln, Illinois Jacquelyn )ane Smith Business Administration St. )oseph, Illinois William Timothy Smith Business Administration Big Stone Gap, Virginia Karen Suzanne Smoak Human Relations- Youth Leadership Belleair, Florida Jacquelyn Spruill Human Relations- Psychology Virginia Beach, Virginia Nancy Ann Stanley English Mount Airy, North Carolina Tanya Leigh Stough English Dothan, Alabama Randall James Sutherlin Human Relations- Social Agencies Bloomington, Indiana James M. Taylor Biology Sterling Heights, Missouri Candice Lee Thomas Human Relations- Youth Leadership Brazil, Indiana Nancy Treacher Secretarial Science Salem, Ohio Steven Robert Troiler Business Administration Human Relations- Social Agencies Rockville, Maryland Kelly Elizabeth Umberger Human Relations- Psychology High Point, North Carolina Cynthia Kaye Wainscott Human Relations— Psychology SjDarta, Kentucky Sherrie Marie Walker Business Adminstration Roanoke, Virginia Heather Elizabeth Warner Business Administration Canton, Ohio Steven Curtis Webb Health and Physical Education Jacksonville, Florida Theresa Marie Weidner Human Relations- Psychology Columbus, Ohio George Andrew Wiman Bible Normal, Illinois Alan ). White Bible Western Springs, Illinois Robert LeRoy Williams . Music Linden, Pennsylvania Rose Marie Williams Human Relations— Psychology Kingston, Jamaica Martha Ann Wink ler Human Relations- Psychology Downers Grove, Illinois Irene Gay Woolard Health and Physical Education Newport News, Virginia Class of ' 81 " Junior " was the name taken by people of the class of 1981 during the school year 1979-1980. Juniors were an exclusive, exotic, and exciting bunch of people who were constantly in demand. They became more involved in functions and activities of all kinds, achieving a high de- gree of visibility on campus. In fact, some of the most ac- tive people at Milligan this year were Juniors, becoming prominent in clubs and dorms, often as officers and committeemen. Juniors were also well represented in athletic competition. In performances, in the dramatic arts, and in musical areas. As a whole, the class sponsored the traditional " Twirp Week " and a number of prayer breakfasts. Fund-raising activities were held also. A new undertaking this year was the sponsoring of " Twit Week " , a reversal of the tradi- tional " Twirp Week " . This event was held in the spring and was meant to stimulate social activity on campus. Ail in ail, if there was anything going on at Milligan, be it fraying, slip-sliding, creeking someone (or getting creeked), creating a disturbance in the library, having a group raid at McDonald ' s or Poor Richard ' s, throwing a frisbee, or just having a good time— and— oh yes . . . studying . . . you could be sure there were Juniors there, having a blast and contributing to life at Milligan, having an experience in living. — Duane Palmer, President- Clockwise from lamp pole: Carl Ryden-Rep., BIrdy Black-Rep., Debbie Frye-V. Pres., Shari Stephens-Rep., Duane Palmer— Pres., Don Reeves-Rep., Beth Brinkley-Treas., Kathie Bai- ley—Sec., LuAnn Heller— Hist. 56 Caria Alexander Sharon Alexander Lisa Amick Linda Babik Kathie Bailey Tim Bates Donna Bean Merrillyn Bellingham Birdy Black Beth Brinkley Carlton Brown Johanna Burger 57 Barbara Christian Doug Church Gary Cole Mike Corbit Becky Crook Janet Cross Debbie Crum Peter Cummins Dave Curtis Rob Denning Stephani Dougherty Joey Doyle Beth Dunfee Dennis Elkins Mark Ely 58 Tifr ieztfi A rv K. Tom Guy Cinny Cwaltney Dan Farnam Janice Fenner Mark Fletcher Cheryl Flora Becky Fort Rhonda French Debbie Frye Frank Frye Denise Gaston Carol Crimes Jon Hagee Rex Hale Sharon Hall Mike Harrison Patty Hattield 59 Jacky Hay LuAnn Heller Paula Hill Carmen Hines Cheryl Holderness ? -«« : !WJ. x?X W5 X J SSSr N N SssisSxsv«ss?sSv 5S!SS5K?,;- ;s:;s: Steve Huddleston Janine Hughes Karen Hughes Teresa Jacobs Andy lesson Vickl Jones Cindy Kearns Sharon Kelley Steve Lady Bob Lassiter Teresa Leggett I SSff! -Sifci SiWiN-iSSi m J ' W i Duane Palmer Mark Pitts Debbie Polkow Kim Portwood Scott Marchman Stephanie Mascola Lisa McDuff Melanie Means )im Meding John Meredith Bonnie Moorhouse Kelly Morris Brian Nash Peggy Nelson )odi Newhart Randy Nicks Dan Noblitt Cina O ' Dell Yvette Owens Melissa Roy Eddie Salyer Diane Schlauch Janet Schuchardt Robyn Self 62 Gary Setser Dave Shaffer Shari Stephens Nancy Stoughton Loren Stuckenbruck Tony Tench Carol Tolbert Katy Van Lew Lisa Voke Gary Walker Edith Walter Diane Warren Mark Weimer Keith West Gale Williams 63 Class of 82 I would like to thank the Class of 1982 for allowing me the honor and privilege of serving as its Sophomore president. We made a number of ac- complishments this past year. However, none of these achievements would have been possible without the effort and cooperation of the Sophmore ex- ecutive committee, and many of our class members. The activities spon- sored by the Sophomore class included our yearly Sweetest and Valentine ' s Day carnation sales, a car wash, two class swimming parties, a room in the haunted house, and a movie. Each of these projects was very successful. As president, I hope that each of you were happy with the activities that were planned by our elected class officers. Much time and effort was put into each one. However, our class can only be successful through continued and increasing individual participation. The more class members we have supporting our class, the better our class will be. A large number of active participants can allow us to undertake bigger and better projects. In closing, I would like to thank the officers and class members who worked with me this past year. Also, I would like to thank Professor Rhoades and Dean Oosting for being the faculty advisers of the Class of 1982. Their time and effort is greatly appreciated. I would like to wish all the Soph- omore class members the best of luck for the remaining two years at Milli- gan. Once again, thanks for giving me this opportunity to serve you. Jim Green Sophomore Class President Lesley Alexander Douglas Anderson Denise Antcliff Deborah Baines Lucille Barker David Boden Tammy Boyd Arthur Bradley )an Bristow Amy Bucher - 3! ' S»« Tom Brunsman Julie Burgen Allen Byrd Lori Cain 65 Michael Clifton Donna Cook Debra Crane Kimberly Curran Debbie Daniels S5 ' $ " ss; ;- " :-A -;;. ' : ■ !sss ss;«s ss-g!S ' 55 KG;;;s ; Tallie Davis Allen Dean Sara DeBord Brian Delp Kathy DePew Dennis Freeman Scott French Mark Gallimore Carol Carbin Michael Gee Teresa Gee Randy Gibbs Karen Gilbert David Giles Sandra Gillum Linda Graybeal lames Green Bob Hall Susan Hamilton Gregory Hanson layne Hardy 67 Vickie Hill Pam Huckleberry Victor Hull Scott Hundley Tiniothy lohnson Tammy lolly Dave lones Beth Keetauver Lou Wanna Kirby lulie knittcl Paftie Harrison Cindy Hayes Cresside Haynes Scott Hedges Victoria Heinen |ani Helton Daphne Hill Laura Hill its., " it ; X.. 68 Mark Kruzan Sherry Lancaster Sharon Lequieu Amy Love Pat Love Sally Mason Carolyn McFadden Stacey Means Becky Merriam Dave Miller Michael Moore Becky Moorhouse Daria Morris Cheryl Nicely Janine O ' Neal Nancy Owen Sarah Pierrepont Laurie Pitts ri Bit 69 Pat Proffitt Ruth Reeves Kay Riggs Marlesa Rose Becky Ross Sue Rossen Sandra Saylor Ray Schehl Randal Seals Shelyne Shipman Charles Shores Pamela Short lanet Smith David Snyder Tanya Starzinger W: ' Kenneth Summay Paul Sutherland Anita Swallen . , ■11 Joe Taft Lane Thompson Terry Tolbert Linda Trumbo Brian Tucker Richard Tull Woody Wallenfelsz Gilan Wetzel Cynthia Wiles Cathy Wilkin Douglas Yeaton Robin Zimmerman 71 Class of 83 As I sit in my real imitation leather reclining desk chair and prop my feet up on my hardwood polished desk a knot of pride swells within me. President Small ... I glance about my office, books lining the walls, a portrait of Jesus on the left and Jess on the right, and reflect. Sud- denly my chair loses its balance and 1 . . . . . . find myself staring up at the carpeting on the walls of my Webb Hall room (if you ' ve never been in my room, ask someone who has . . .). As I begin to pick my- self up off the floor, humility overwhelms me once again. My hardwood desk fades to one-quarter size, the library dwindles to a mere 231 humanities Books, Jesus remains on the left, but Jess fades in to Star Wars, and the Greek test is still tomorrow . . . But lying on the floor gives one an interesting, if some- what different persective on things. Something seems out of place. I was raised with the firm belief that school was a four-letter word (you can see why I have troubles in spelling) and was not to be enjoyed. But I ' ve had fun here, more fun, in fact, t han I ' ve ever had in my life. I ' ve also worked harder that I ever wroked in my life. (Now I realize that ' s not saying much . . .). But I ' m not about to tell you my life story here (if interested please see me, or send $9.95 to P.O. Box 305). When I was asked to write this, I was told that I could reminesce (is that spelled right?), preach, edify, exort, proclaim, or whatever. I gave it serious consideration to reminescing (but, as you will see I ended up with the " whatever " .) I could have started like this . . . I was running quietly, quickly through the warm night air, listening to my heart pound. I looked carefully around as I ran, but saw nothing. I heard a machine-gun- fire-hose in the distance and the ' wumph ' of water-bal- loon-artiller ' in front of me. Then, out of nowhere, there they were. A dozen eggs flashed in front of me (while an- other dozen were slightly more accurate.) 1 heard cheers as a fire hose swept across me, drenc hing me thoroughly. Now, uphill, panting as I heard the screams of the in- nocent and virtuous being cut down. And then, sud- denly, there 1 was in Lower Seeger, panting, freezing, and yellow . . . The Milligan mile . . . or . . . Standing on stage in convo looking at all the sleeping uglies in the audience (for clarification, see Tommy Oaks.) ... or . . . sitting in the front in vespers recovering from a ' group hug ' ... or . . . the Milligan College Dance (who said that? . . .) But, I think we ' ve all had enough history in Humanities. Besides, I ' m a future oriented person and I ' m really look- ing forward to what my class can become. But now we ' re here, ready to go on for another year. I want to say that I ' m proud to be in the class of ' 83 be- cause of the beautiful people that make up the class. I tried to get to know as many of you as I could in our lim- ited time. And I honestly believe that I tried to show love, real love to all of you. I ' m very glad proud happy that you allowed me to be the President of your first year in a whole new phase of life. Thanks. In His and mine, Gregory L. Small P.S. I never have figured out, is Freshman capitalized? »:;-pS-r ri ,, 72 Gail Adams Rodney Andrews Cathy Armstrong Laura Arnold Julie Ashbaugh Kenneth Beard Cathy Betscher Amy Black Leanne Blass Philp Bolus Beth Bostwick Bruce Bowen Tanya Bozell Ross Brodfuehrer Timothy Brokaw Gary Bruner Toni Burger Deborah Carmichael 73 Ann Carter Robin Carter Corrie Casatta Stan Clevinger Bryan Coburn Cathy Cole Barbara Conley Jessie Culbertson Becky Currier Stephen Curtiss Cindy Davidson Eric Deemer kalh Dickmeyer |im Dodd Nora Dorton Sharon Dowty Leanne Duncan lohn Over 74 I Greg Edmunson Lisa Ellenberger Caria Ely )eri Fisher Daniel Foote Karen Frye Bonnie Gardiner Connie Gardiner Todd Gattis Richard Gray John Green Elaine Cress Karen Cwinn lohn Hall Mary Lynn Hall David Hamlin Bambi Hammond Tammy Haskins 75 Lisa Hays Douglas Heath Audine Hill Melissa Hill Linda Hoff John Hopkins Rebecca Hunt Amy Hysell Cynthia Jackson Rachelle lames Gregory Johnson Ty lohnson Jennifer Jones f " r1 -1 , t 1 Rhonda Jones kathy Karnes Donna Kidner Philip king kelly kraemer tflS 76 MkmM ks 5l ' } r _- David Lake Steven Majors Hope Maxey Larry McCullum Mark McNary Deborah McNew Erika Meekins Theresa Messimer Cindy Miller Lisa Miller Gregory Moffatt Kathy Morelock lames Muter Debra Overdorf William Patterson John Payne Chari Phillips Pam Pickel 77 Ted Pierce Paula Piatt Patrick Potter Gary Pringle David Quillen Marsu Ramsey Kathy Rea Douglas Rhoades Stephen Richardson James Richeson Sandra Richley Laura Rick Chris Robinson Elizabeth Ross ,V i 78 Suzanne Ross laye Rupert leffrey Russ Benjie Sams Charles Sanders Carolyn Scarem Lorin Schehl Bonnie Schrumpf Bobby Seaver PattI Self David Sheridan Robin Sivert Gregory Small Barbara Smith Greg Smith Steven Smith Sue Smith Byron Smock 79 Sandra Souder " Cynthia Stiltner Anne StiKvell Lorl Stoughton Teri Stout Kathy Suchan Linda Kay Suszynski Robert Sutherland Beverly Sweerus Denise Taylor Richard Taylor Marty Trinkle Mark Tuttle Michael Tutlle Norma Vaughn 80 " - " " » . . Vic Vogt Wendy Waites Lisa Walker Janet Waterbury William Weekley Madonna Welsh Lorna Williams Joy Wilson Candy Witcher Charlotte Witte Marisa Wolfcale Patti Woodward Renee Woofers Alan Young Diana Young 81 ORGANIZATIONS 83 Student Government Association Row 1: Pam Carrell, Bill McNett, Kim Mooney; Row 2: Dave |ones, Phil Bolus, Pam Pickel, Tom Brunsman, Dan Foote, Irene Woolard, Mike Brown; Row 3: Brian Nash, Pam Short, Lisa Evans, Dennis Elkins, Treasurer, Tim Ross, President, Sherrie Walker, Vice-President, Pam Huckle- berry, Secretary, |oni Rigsby; Row 4: Karen Hughes, Cindy lackson, Lynn Chalmers, lim Green, Shari Stephens, Duane Palmer, Steve Lady; Row 5: Cindy Wead, Lisa Voke, Kafy Van Lew, Greg Small, Carl R den, VVindell Brookshire, Heather Warner; Row 6: |im Dodd, Birdy Black, Don Reeves, Terri Newton, Bill Weekley, 84 Student Union Board Front row: Bob Hayden, Sandy Gillum, Jim Taylor, President, Kathy Rea, Stan Clevinger; Row 2: Dave Jones, Dennis Elkins, Ross Brodtuehrer. 85 President ' s Council Front kuw: Karen Mauk, Circle K; Katy Van Lew, Harl Hall; Robyn Sell, Delta Kappa; Martha Winkler, Swim Club; Bob Hayden, Association of Christian Ministries; Row 1: Irene Woolard, Hardin Hall; |im Green, Sophomore Class; Duane Palmer, junior Class; Teresa Pierce, Service Seek- ers; Donna Bean, Phi Beta Lambda; Row 3: |im Taylor, Student Union Board; Victor Hull, Hampton Christian Club; |im Meding, Milligan Men; Tim Ross, SGA; Steve Lady, Pardee Hall. 86 Student Council For Exceptional Children Row 1: Eric Deemer, Diana Young, Becl y Crook, Cindy Lauyer, Mrs. Sue Abegglan, Edilh Walter, Debbie Golden, Treasurer; Diane Schlauch, Jackie Spruill, Secretary; Janet Cross; Row 2: Carl Demert, membership; Joni Puckett, Vice-President; Jim Meding, Daria Morris, Sharon Alexan- der; Not Pictured: Tanya Oaks, President. 87 Take My Hands Row 1: Carol GriniL-s; Becky Moorhouse, LuAnn Heller; Donna Hazelline. Row 2; Beth Brinkley; Kini Frazier, Edith Waller; Katy Van Lew. 88 Association of Christian Ministries Row 1: Dr. Henry Webb, advisor; Tim Brokaw; Bob Hayden, President. Row 2: Al White; Tony Tench; Celeste Evans; Ted Pierce; Denise Gas- ton; Jim Dahlman. Row 3: George Wiman; Ken Followell; Willie Sims; Bob Payne; Vic Vogt; Ross Brodfuehrer; Mr. Ed Nelson, advisor. 89 Missions Club Row 1: Lisa Rithardson, President; Vicky Jones, Vice-President. Row 2: Carol Crimes; Debbie Daniels; Paula Gulley; Jim Dodd. Row 3: Bob Payne; Ross Brodtuehrer; Willie Sims. 90 Service Seekers Row 1: Karen Cummings. Row 2: Kathy Rea; Debbie Daniels; Theresa Pierce, President; Connie Jones. Row 3: Mike Harrison; Kathy Suchan; Patty Hatfield. 91 Helicon Sharon U-quitiJ, )ohn Hall, Candy Wilcher, Pete Moori " , u Phillips, editor; IJonna Kidne 92 American Guild of Organists Music Educators National Conference Debbie Polkow, Mary Lynn Dell, Dr. David Runner, Amy Love, Robyn Self, |odi Newhart. Row 1: Debbie Frye, Renee Wooters, Robyn Self; Row 2: Bob Williams, Annelle Donaldson, Nancy Stoughton, President; Row 3: Debbie Crum, )odi Newhart, John Meredith. 93 Jazz Band 94 Concert Choir Row 1: Mary Lynn Dell; Tim lohnson; Karen Hughes; Dennis Elkins; Lisa Evans; Steve Trolier; Melanie Means; Carl Ryden; Lisa Voke; Mr. |ohn Wakefield, Director. Row 2: Bill McNett; Patty Perry; Morry Osborn, President; Kelly Pratt; Scott Hundley; Debbie Frye; left Mutchmore; Mar- garet Cloud; Eddie Salyer. Row 3: Renee Wooters, Librarian; Howard Thomas; Tammy Boyd; Marvin Elliot; jodi Newhart; |ohn Meredith, Chap- lain; Robyn Self; Tim Martin; Peggy Nelson, Chaplain. Row 4: Cory Spotts; Beth Bostwick; )on Hagee; Debbie Crum; Tim Hartman; Vicky For- sythe; Vic Vogt; Renee Allen; Mitch Hughston; Meg Floyd, Secretary; Bob Williams. 95 Milligan Men Row 1: Denny Callahan, Director; Allen Dean, harle ' Sanders, Dan Foole, |lm Dodd, Robin Zimmerman, Secretary, Ted Pierce, Eric Deemer, Pam Barger; Row 2: Steve Huddleston, Bill Weekley, Hank Bolton, David Croy, Treasurer; |oe Taft, Randy Seals, Chris Robinson, Steve Majors; Row 3: John Green, Mark McNary, Carl Lanning, Greg Allen, Mike Tuttle, Mike Luke, Victor Hull; Row 4: Steve Curtiss, Doug Yeaton, Mark Tultle, Bob Hayden, |im Meding, President, Greg Small, Charles Shores. 96 Women ' s Chorale Front Row: Lisa Walker, Cathy Armstrong, Cindy Miller, Marty Trinkle, Madonna Welsh, Nora Dorlon, Diana Young, Kelly Umberger, Dr. David Runner, Director; Row 2: Leanna Krajeck, Amy Love, Sue Ross, Kim Forsylhe, Lisa Ellenberger, Amy Black, Lauri Roberts, Sandy Richley, Car- olyn Scarem, Debbie Barnes, President; Row 3: Charlotte Witte, Pamela Berkley, Cindi Leimbach, Erika Meekins, Barb Bushnell, Cindy Wiles, Paula Piatt, Debbie Daniels, Cathy Cole, Phyllis Everette. 97 Buffalo Ramblers X ' «i-. ■•SW V ' ■%fA ' ' " ' Row 1: David Russell; Dr. Donald Shaffer, advisor; |eff Cook; |oni Rigsby; Greg Small; Ruth Perry; Sharon Alexander; |on Hagee. Row 2: Tom Brunsman; Tim Smith. Row 3: Gary Bruner; Randy Gibbs; Morry Osborn; Laura Rick; Carolyn MtFadden; Eric Deemer. Row 4: |immy Presnell; Don Ellis. ' ' r i _i 98 Delta Kappa Row 1: Lane Thompson, Treasurer; Robyn Self, President; Connie Jones, Secretary; Donna Bean, Vice-President; Cheryl Flora. Row 2: Barb Bushnell; Vicki Jones; Sherrie Walker; Sharon Hill; Melissa Roy; Cinny Cwaltney; Kathie Bailey; Diane Warren. 9ieS3 99 Phi Beta Lambda Front row: Mr. Wayne Miller, Lisa Robinson; Row 2: Donna Bean, President; Shari Stephens, Vice-President; Teresa Jacobs, Secretary; Vicki Bricker, Historian; Sandy Bristow, Treasurer; Row 3: Dan Farnam, Vicki Bricker, Historian; Sandy Bristow, Treasurer; Row 3: Dan Farnam, Denise Reid, Birdy Black, Amy Hysell, Cathy Wilkin, Rhonda French; Row 4: Steve Curtiss, Pam Short, Mickey Clifton, Sarah Pierrepont, Linda Babik, Cindy Wead, Tim Bowen, Row 5: Sue Devault, Doug Church, Cheryl Nicely, Dave Shaffer, Paula Dyer, Dave Dodds, Gary Cole, Row 6: Wendy Costing, ken Woolard, Mark Fletcher, Dan Noblift, Mark Weimer, kathie Bailey, Beth Dunfee, David Croy; Row 7: Al Hutchinson, Kathy Kar- nes, Steve Trolier, Sherrie Walker, Duane Palmer, Caria Alexander, Mr. Bill Rhoades. 100 Science Club Rowl: Bill McNett, Theresa MacKenzie, President; Victor Hull, lanet Schuchardt, |im Taylor, Bob Nelson; Row 2: Dave |ones. Sue Miller, Sandy Chamberlain, Martha Winkler; Row 3: |oni Rigsby, Brian Nash, Vice-President, Phil Andrews, Kay Riggs, Kathy Suchan, Mrs. Janice Huang, Prof. Sisk; Row 4; Tom Brunsman, Steve Allen, Vickie Heinen, Dr. Eddie Leach, Dr. Eugene Nix, Dr. Charles Gee. 101 Circle K Row 1: Cindy Mitchell, Treasurer, Karen Mauk, President; Heather Warner, Secretary. Row 2: Allen Dean; Rovanne Miller. Row 3: Pam Ratlift. Row 4: Tammy Jolly; Eric Deemer. Row 5: Steve Majors; Leanne Krajeck; David Croy; Beth Dunfee. Debbie Russell, Vice-President. 102 Buffalo Donna Bean, layout; Diana Young, layout; David Russell, photographer; Vicky Hughes, editor; |an Bristow, layout. Not pictured: Randy Seals, photographer; Steve Owens, photographer. 103 SPORTS iiyMii ' i r Iri- 1980 ft» — -. Ammmmmm; 105 BASKETBALL 106 10 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL u 110 SWIMMING SOCCER 112 113 MEN ' S TENNIS 114 WOMEN ' S TENNIS 115 SOFTBALL I ft n 1 %.- A rij D iLi-v .aK»-,-_js. 116 ».i .. 117 BASEBALL Ij l J . 118 " ■ : — ■ " •■■ ' ::. 121 En ,-fi-d ■ - %:■ -.. rv«ts« 11- ■• 4ta«»-. ' -- 124 STUDENT LIFE 127 Winner Tanya Oakes Runner-Up Sherrie Walker 128 Founder ' s Daughter 129 Madrigal Dinners MADRIGAL SINGERS Debbie Crum Renee Allen Tim lohnson Marvin Elliott Meg Floyd Sandy DeLegal Tim Martin Bill McNett Vicki Forsythe Lisa Dillon John Meredith Morry Osborn Kelly Pratt |oy Phillips Jeff Mutchmore Carl Ryden Robyn Self Martha Winkler Jim Taylor Bob Williams STROLLING MINSTRELS Tammy Boyd Chris McCall David Bickel Loren Stuckenbrutk Debbie Frye Kathy Rae Julie Burgen Theresa Mackenzie Scott Hundley lennifer Ross Cory Spotts Jan Bristow Sharon Baker Paul Sutherland Mike Harrison Cindi Leimbach Mark Tuttle LORD HIGH CHAMBERLAIN COURT lESTER )im Meding Dennis Elkins HERALDS LITTER BEARERS Cory Spotts Byron Cuthrell Paul Sutherland Scott French PRODUCTION STAFF Production Director John C. Wakefield Instrumental Director David Mackenzie Chef Sam Combs Maitre d ' hotel Ken Followell Tickets Elizabeth Tread way Art Consultant William Wright 130 ' a 16th Century Christmas 131 OPERA WORKSHOP i f V i rvz ' .jfl lfe 1 r l € H S I ' ' T - v 4-4«i A " r,, THE DIARY ANNE FRANK For two years, a small group of Jewish people managed to avoid Nazi dis- covery in war-torn Holland. While hiding a teenaged girl penned a personal record of events. During the week of September 23, the Mllligan College Drama Department brought those events to life. " The Diary of Anne Frank " opened the 1979-80 drama season in Derthick Theatre. TWELFTH NIGHT Over a period of two weekends, November 2-3 and 6- 10, the Milligan College Theatre Arts Dept. presented Shakespeare ' s entertaining combination of slap-stick comedy and romance, " Twelfth Night " . The Milligan production, directed by Dr. Ira Read, was originally writ- ten to be performed as a royal revel on a twelfth night (after Christmas). 136 Orsino, Duke of lllyria Sebastian, brother of Viola Antonio, Friend to Sebastian Sea Captain Officer Valentine Toby Belch, uncle to Olivia Sir Andrew Aguecheek Malvolio, steward to Olivia Fabian Feste, Olivia ' s clown Olivia, a countess Viola, Sebastian ' s sister Maria, Olivia ' s gentlewoman Priest Dan Foo te )ohn Sichting Tom Brunsman Tim Hartman Lisa Richardson Dennis Elkins lohn Hall lack Knowles Bob Hartman Tim Ross Betty jo Morrison Debra Crane Toni Burger Fred Balding 137 Milligan College Theatre Arts Area presented their third play of the season Feb- ruary 28, 29 and March 1. Betty |o Morrison made her directing debut with the drama " Five Finger Exercise " . The play was written by the popular British playwrite Pe- ter Shaffer, author of " Equus " . " Five Finger Exercise " is a story of a family brought to- gether by an ' orphaned ' Ger- man tutor. 138 FIVE FINGER EXERCISE Clive Harrington, the son Tim Ross Louise Harrington, the mother )ayne Hardy Stanley Harrington, the father Dennis Elkins Walter Langer, the tutor Dan Foote Pamela Harrington, the daughter Chris McCall Apple Tree Adam and Eve Passionella itt ' ' ■■■ p Hp ' ' ' B 1 t ' H i A M H ; Mi hH s 1 H 143 HELICON CONCERT LIVING 145 j -si?: r . HART 146 HARDIN 147 PARnFF 148 - M% " SUTTON 149 WEBB 150 JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET MAY 1 8, 1 980 152 COMMENCEMENT DAY •■ lii . I 1 I K i 1 ■■ -■ 1 |i 1 1 H 1 ' Zl 1 H k 1 jj ■] 1 K I R9Hi H E_„.. .-_.,-.,.„. .,-» H -•• " •sn MILLIGAN 154 1980 9 155 It has always been tradition for an editor to give a few words of advice and to thank all of those people that have made a contribution. I may start traditions, but I never break them. My only words of wisdom to you are to remember, once you have been a part of Milligan Milligan is a part of your life. Thanks to Johanna Burger— she designed the cover based only on the opening theme of the book. The Publi- cations Committee and Dr. Euel Ownby— their leadership and guidance was always available. Harold Durham and Empire Photographies— their expert photography and quick rescue. Rod Irvin, advisor, and Sandra Smith, repre- sentative—their patience and insurmountable wisdom. Donna Bean, Diana Young, and |an Bristow— their time spent on layouts. David Russell, Steve Owens, Randy Seals, and Janine Hughes— the photographers. My special appreciation goes to Carol Grimes and Julie Knittle-for the hot chocolate, devotion, and off-the- record critiques. And to Ken without his help— from typ- ing to doing the laundry— this book would not be in your hands now. My thanks to all of you and May Cod Bless. Graduated, Vicky Hughes Followell Editor ' ? ■ ' " ; ? . ■ - " ' " S ■ ; ' ■-,--;. ■- •- .■ ' -.-■..- ;i-»J %4. ' »i.- .... -...;v -1- ' ;i ' " ' Jy l o- . , ' To- ' -pv I :,J jf '
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