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One Step at a Time «• ii :%: m iT i rUJ m Siiv-C " 1983 BUFFALO Milligan College Tennessee VS - X Sv h:4 ' l4- ™ Come Walk with us Opening 1 ; ft, ' Visualize your path: see the rough and the smooth; touch the laughter and the tears; recall the efforts expended . . . day by day . . . step by step P.a WELSHIMER MEMORIAL LIBRARY WILLIGAN COLLEGE, lENM. 37682 Opening 3 4 Opening iles and miles of road often demand our utmost attention to direction. Bafflement and stumbling may result even when we earnestly seek the way. Opening 5 Pausing to reflect on the journey, we breathe deeply and muse. " Are these paths we ' ve chosen worthy of our travel? " we ask. 6 Opening Opening 7 8 Opening Trusting God for direction we discover a myriad pathways and come to realize that He gives us choice. Praise! Opening 9 Loved ones offer wisdom; prayer and introspection guide our meandering. 10 Opening Opening 1 1 12 Opening We delight in sharing; trudging, leaping, even dancing along the way, we advance . . . Opening 13 14 Opening . . . and our God awaits our homecoming! Go forth- one step at a time. Opening 1 5 16 rco;.:r PEOPLE, Step into the Spotlight People 1 7 i s ' S y . o. S. QT. ' o Sxr J ' e. ' sf s z- 2 jay V A Sharon Dowty Anderson i ' h Rodney Lee Andrews Seniors 19 Theresa Messimer Aubrev ' m ar- inK IV ' inSS aSLTH Philip Wayne Bolus .: Ross A. Brodfuehrer Timothv Mark Brokaw Thomas R. Burnelle 20 Seniors Rice H. Cross III Michael Cuddy Becky Ann Currier Seniors 21 Rachelle James Denning Michael Robert Derochier James Edward Dodd 22 Seniors Bonnie Sue Gardiner Connie Ann Gardiner Vicki Lynne Gardner Seniors 23 David O. Hamlin Shara Anne Harbaugh Joseph D. Harvey 24 Seniors Jeffrey Kirk Ingram Cynthia Diana Jackson Ty Lin Jolinson Seniors 25 1 ' » ' 4 ' ir ! - f 1 J H U : ' Mi .hI 1 - Hh ' ' : -..;;. %t- - " " " " . " ' " ?l Donna Jean Kidner Lois Eileen King W ' l B bI Hj Hi » M Sandra Richlev Kroh Steven Lee Leach Robert D. Lehman Dana Joy McBra3cr 26 Seniors Julius Frank Moody Jr. Patty Ann Morrell Earla Lynn Muir Seniors 27 Drema Gale Pugh Lisa K. Walker Rader Kathleen Joann Rea 28 Seniors Barbara Susette Smith Byron Everett Smock Suzanne Ross Snyder Seniors 29 Jennifer Lynn Taylor Marcus L. Tuttle Michael L. Tuttle 30 Seniors Cynthia Ann Weidner Darcy Lee Wetzel Elizabeth Renee Williams Seniors 31 Linda Renee Wooters Diana Wornicki Diana Lynn Young 32 The time has come to say goodbye. A toast to " Auld Lang Syne " is proposed by the Senior Class officers and representatives. Bob Sutherland (representative), Marcia Vick (treasurer), Kevin Sethman (president), Suzie R. Snyder (representative), Phil Bolus (representative), and Candy Witcher (representative) are pictured. Charlotte Witte (secretary) is our officer abroad. Seniors " ... scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind. " P.H. WELSHIMER MEMORIAL LIBRARY MILLIGAN COLLEGE, lENN. 37682 Seniors 33 JUNIORS . . . Class of 1984 I Kenny Sweitzer — President Gregg Alexander — Vice President Kristi Beck — Treasurer Tressa Wigginton — Secretary Ladonna Coy — Representative Felicia Walther — Representative Mark Harris — Representative Dave Oliver — Representative (not pictured) Denise Cantanzarite- Representative As enlightened Juniors we have completed the Humanities Program. After spending the last two years studying the origin of man, we must now look into the future and answer these life sustaining questions: In ten years from now . . . — Will Dr. Allen have a pot-belly? — Will Jerry Aurigema have made his first million in candy machine sales? — Will Aussie Prof. Ken Dundas be the main supplier of Kangaroo meat to the Milligan Food Service? — Will Dave Bowyer ' s hair ever grow back? — Will we still be pondering the questions " What ever happened to the Human race? " In conclusion, remembering that warm September day. when four guys lost their hair . . . BUZZ OFF. Kenny Sweitzer President 34 Juniors Lisa Abbott Greg Alexander Denise Anderson Jerry Aurigema Debra Bane Tom Banks lim Beatty Kristy Beck Amy Black Britlon Blackwell Rives Blanton Beth Boswick Dave Bowyer Kim Bowyer Mike Brown Sandra Brown .lean Buckler Amy Brunsman Jim Burgen Deborah Byrd Denise Cantazarite Regina Carrier Allen Caswell Ladonna Coy Marsha Cox Sherry Day Doug Davis Dan Deremer Sherry Detraz Lori DeVore Juniors 35 Diane Dillon Starlene DeBord John Dobbs Treva Draper Mike Dunn Nancy Dunn Vogt Renee Elkins Eric Evans Karen Fentress Greg Flentje Tracy Fisher Evelyn Gaines Robin Garland Jnanne Gentry Darlyn Gordon Tim Gephart Mark Harris Elaine Harrison Julie Hensley Lisa Hayes Debbie Huntley Mark Hurst John Hutchins Michael Imbodcn 36 Juniors 365 Days to Go!! ifik " Let ' s try it my way, " says Tim Beatty Kevin Jolinson Wendy Johnson Tim Justice Jennifer Kelly Beth Kirby Donna Knisley Dave Lake Randy Lambert Robin Linkous Barbara Likins Karol May Kelly McDuffie Marsha McNabb Sue Mills Allen Miller Robin Miller Steve Murray Dave Mutchmore Tracy Moore Randy Neff David Oliver Matt Osborn Jennifer Peters Tom Phillips Juniors 37 David Read Christine Russell Scolt Sanders Holly Ross Harold Ross Barney Sapp Dave Sapp Alicia Schultz Greg Shepherd Missy Smith Stan Smith i ' Nancy Steinbach Alyssa Swine , Kenny Sweitzer Peggy Trent William Trammcll Laura Thompson Anita Uebelc Karen Vesle Mary Anne Wallenfelz Felicia Walther Wendy Ward Curt Whitesell Tressa Wigginton Kelly Wilkinson Margaret Winkler Mark Yeaton Allen Young Diana Stoughton 38 Juniors 4 LIVELY BUNCH!! Juniors 39 SOPHOMORES . . . Class of 1985 Tony Mellencamp — President Scott Brooks — Vice President Polly Hensley — Secretary Gina Lambert — Treasurer Julie Voke — Representative Ruth Carr — Representative Bill Greer — Representative Dean Farrier — Representative The class of 1 985 is alive and vibrant. We have now survived and conquered all obstacles for two years at Milligan College. With the help of our LORD, our professors, our family, and our friends, we will maintain our goals and graduate together in 1985. We have strengthened our minds, and made many lasting friendships that will be with us all our lives. Thank you Milligan College for the best years of our lives. Tony Mellencamp Sophomore Class President 40 Sophores Rana Adams Roy Alford Rich Aubrey Lisa Audia John Barto Greg Bennett Regina Black Curtis Booher Steve Bornemann Alan Bratton Terry Brinkley Scott Brooks Barry Brown Dana Brown Jim Buck June Byrd Tom Caraway Ruth Carr Troy Cash Beth Cauble Tom Colborn Lauren Cosgrove Todd Cluxton Mike Coffman Cindy Cornwell Theresa Culberson Bryan Culp Joan Cummings Tracy Daffron Kelley Daniels Sophomores 41 Tim Devault Lynn Dixon Lois Elaman Brenda Eshelman Cynthia Ferguson Dean Farrier Jeff Farr Susie Francis Helen Fuqua Lisa Garland Paul Gensurowsky Angela Green Bill Greer Julie Gwaltney Belh Hancock Lorna Hardwick Petra Havnes Judy Hays Polly Hensley Messie Hicks Chris Hughston Boston Red Sox, here ' s Greg Noble! 42 Sophomores One More Year of Experience . . Cynthia Winegardner developes an appreciation of good historical knowledge. Rochelle Imboden Judy Isaacs Dave Johnson Dale Jordan Lisa Jordan Lisa Ketron Karla Leistner Lois Loban Dave King Pat Kolski Randy Kunkel Tammy Laidlaw Gina Lambert Danny Leach Ginny Lowe Sophomores 43 Lana Mack Jacqueline Mayerick Cindy McCord Stuart McCormick David McKee Tony Mellencamp Sheri Messimer Joy Miller Joe Nanny John Oliver Susan Oliver Shirley Osborne Doug Opper Sheila Pickens Cheryl Pierson Susan Pless Greg Poteet Janet Potter Artie Price Sylvia Read Steve Reeves Regina Black to Tim Devault. " ' Do you remember him? " 44 Sophomores No More Humanities!!! Lauren Cosgrove and Susan Oliver: the Droogies on the loose! David Rehana Lisa Rictor Chris Riley Adam Roark Becca Robinson Diane Scholey Phil Schoolcraft Linda Stimpson Scott Shaw Becky Shingleton Sophomores 45 Debbie Smith Tim Snyder Delores Stanberry Tracy Stephens Brian Stewart Diane Stover Karen Stutts Gayle Tabor Debbie Taylor Jim Thamm Jan Toon Mike Vaughn Cindi Verbeck Julie Yoke Bill Warrick Rebecca Westoff Penny Wofford Sherri Whattenbarger Beth Williams Chris Wilson Kim Wilson Cindy Winegardner Will Wingate Sondra Wise John Woodring 46 Sophomores Relaxing . . . Will Wingate and Sherri Messimer. JOYS OF MILLIGAN!! Sophomores 47 FRESHMEN . . . Class of 1986 Jeff Mullis — President Scott Hobson — Vice President Dan Gregory — Secretary Pam Unger — Treasurer Lisa Keen — Representative Tlieresa Bowyer — Representative Roger Mize — Representative Carlisle Chambers — Representative Rick Raines — Chaplain On behalf of the Freshman class, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to those who so readily accepted us into the Milligan community. Understanding the difficulties facmg Milligan we readily accept any responsi- bilities that will help to alleviate those difficulties. We have become a part of a family that will guide us through our next three years and a family to whom we can return. Sincerely yours, Jeff Mullis Freshman Class President 48 Freshmen Christy Adams Sam Adams Derek Allen Barbara Anderson Karen Barker Ed Barrett Lynn Barton Brian Battin Pam Baumgardner Kimberly Bays Cindy Bennett Sabra Blackwell Donna Blanch Kim Bledsoe Jamie Bleier Rita Bourbon Jeff Bourn Theresa Bowyer Pam Boyer Libby Bright Bryanna Burbank Bob Butterfield Gaye Chalmers Carlisle Chambers Mike Churchin Jonathan Cooksey Pam Crain Jenny Cramer Steve Cummins Susan Currier Freshmen 49 Randy Davis Sidney DeBord David DeVore Scott Dines Becl y Dougherty Diane Downhour Rusty Duncan Matt Dunn Carolyn Flora Kevin Flora Doug Foote Cathi Fowler Lisa Gaffner Christina Garver Jim Goehne r Patricia Gouge Phyllis Gower Dan Gregory Lorena Guernsey B.J. Guinn David Hamilton Steve Hamlin Melissa Harry Jenny Hartley Carlisle Chambers slaves in the concession stand. 50 Freshmen Humanities Tests! Brad Harvey Kelly Henderson Dana Henning Julie Herma Rich Hinz Eric Hobson Scott Hobson Mike Hogan Roy Holcomb Paul Holder Lisa Hudson Jon Hull Brian Jackson Minoka Jackson Brent Jasper Loretta Jette Tammy Johnson Shelley Johnston Freshmen 51 Anaela Jone- Jeanette Jones Robby Kasten Lisa Keer Pam Keever Tim Kerr Kristy Kiger Charles Killian Tammie Kinnerson Diana Knauer Angle Knowie-. David LaDuke Rachel Lane Rebecca Launt Patricia Gouge and Christy Adams receive a hug from Rich Hlnz. 52 Freshmen No More Dinks! Mark Lewis Linda Lichte Dawn Lindley Ed Lintliicum Donna Logan David Longley Gene McCutcheon Davona McGhee Dee Dee McKinney Kris Mensendike David Mills Judy Mills Doug Mitchell Roger Mize Melinda Morris Stacey MuUins Jeff Mullis Sandra Neatherly Trishia Nicely Wade Nichols Jon Nordstrom Freshmen 53 Jimmy Oliver Jose Padilla Nancy Paul Becky Pel! Pam Phyllis Kim Pickle Susan Pittman Sharyl Powers Lisa Pryor Carole Railev Rick Raines Traci Reel Lisa Richeson Dave Robinson Cindv Rock Kim Ross Lynn Schuchardt Robert Shields Sue Shipp David Siebenaler Vince Slabaugh Rick Raines stretches his vocal chords. A Year of Adjustments Angie Slate Margo Slusher Amy Smith John Smith Laurie Snyder Laura Staven Pearl Stevens Martha Stoughton Paul Studdard Megan Stump Karen Sturdevant Beck Sweitzer Van Swindall Wally Talyor Robert Turner Gaye Chalmers and Jeanette Jones blow their diets Freshmen 55 Debbie Turton Pam Lnger Mike Varney John Vion Jill Wagner Rhonda Waldrop Suzie Wantz Barbara Washer Darak Weaver Karen Welker Eunice While Denise Wigginton Jane Zieskc Sarge Melinda Morris gives classified information to ihe troops. 56 Freshmen LOOK WHAT ' S NEW!! Freshmen 57 Administrative Tensions Mount Marshall Leggett President Kenneth Costing Academic Dean Bertram Allen Dean of Students Roy Sommer Business Manager Eugene W ' igginton Development Office I ' ll be here ' til they kick me out! Phyllis Fontaine, Registrar 58 Administration Paul Bader Financial Aid Director Bo Deaton Director of Church Relations Ron Eversole Director of Planned Givins Chuck King Maintenance Director Mark Richardson Director of Alumni Public Relations Joe McCormick Assistant to the President ' Prof Lone Sisk Alumni Jack Orth Controller IgjJ £ J Gary Richardson, Cindy Wead, Julie Alexander Admissions Administration 59 Australian Prof Widens Steve Preston Director of Learning Resources Biilie Oakes Assistant Librarian Emerald Webb Secretary, Learning Resources Susan Higgins Sociology Robert Hal Sociology Janice Huang Mathematics Hugh Imboden Mathematics David Perdue Mathematics 60 Faculty Business Department A basic understanding of economics is essential to personal financial independence and economic secu- rity and is one of the responsibilities of good citizen- ship. Eugene Price Economics and Business David Jarvis Business Ken Dundas Business Bill Rhoades Business Accounting Virginia Laws Office Management Donald Shaffer Bible German Carolyn Woolard French Spanish Faculty 61 New Faculty Maintain There can never be happiness in compulsion. It is not enough for love to be shared: it must be shared freely. That is to say it must be given, not merely taken. Tim Dillon Humanities History Terry Dibble Humanities English Dennis Helsabeck, Jr. Humanities Jack Knowles Humanities Ann lies Humanities Carolyn Nipper Humanities English 62 Faculty Milligan Standards Ira Read Humanities History Barbara Sevier Humanities Art Patricia Bonner Health and P.E. Rowena Bowers Health and P.E. Ron Reed Health and P.E. ««A I " IAI»« Terry Shy Track Coach Duard Walker Health and P.E. Paul Clark Education Faculty 63 Margaret Miller Studv Lab Instructor Professors Show John Morrison Education Norma Morrison Education Jim Pierson Education Jeanette Crosswhite Music Doug Gross Music David Runner Music Evelyn Thomas Music 64 Faculty Genuine Concern Euel Ownby Psychology Charles Gee Biology iSli S We are never excused from loving. James Street Psychology Richard Lura Chemistry John Meding Science Lab Math Eugene Nix Chemistry Faculty 65 Faculty Accomplishments David A. Roberts Physics Gary Wallace Biology Time is life. When it is wasted, life is wasted. Eddie Leach Biology William Gwaltney Bible Richard Phillips Bible David R. Roberts Bible 66 Faculty Prevail Off Campus Earl Stuckenbruck Bible David Wead Bible Henry Webb Bible Ronald Weir Business Administration James Greenlee Art Glen Broach Political Science Joyce Potter English Faculty 67 Staff Exhibits Service Beth Begley Sales Manager Doug Sharon Anderson Managers, Married Student Housing Charlotte Blevins Switchboard Operator Cashier Karen Crevelt Secretary. Church Relations Lou Deaton, Annie Miller, Lois Trivett Bookkeeping " It has been well said that no man ever sank under the burden of the day. It is when tomorrow ' s burden is added to the burden of today that the weight is more than a man can bear. Never load yourselves so, my friends. If you find yourselves so loaded, at least remember this: It is your own doing, not God ' s. He begs you to leave the future to Him, and mind the present. " George MacDonald Sue Skidmore Secretary, Dean of Students 68 Staff I And Dedication Pam Gee Secretary, Science Faculty Velma Hall Secretary, Faculty Office Building Karen Harrison Secretary, Admissions Laura Nell Hill Secretary, President Nancy Huff OS-6 Operator Loretta Hull Secretary, Fieldhouse Shirley Marshall Secretary, Director Planned Giving liiS! :.:-;J ' tmSMmfm Kay Mayfield Secretary, Education Faculty Staff 69 Personnel Put In Kathy Nash Food Services Nurse Jean Shepherd Food Services Reba Shepherd Food Services Mike Smith Mail Room Sandy Souder Secretary, Finanical Aid Marsha Stevens Secretary, Alumni Public Relations Jake Rector Security 70 Staff Long Hours Natalie Stoughton Secretary, Registrar Teresa Wilson Secretary, Academic Dean Elizabeth Treadway Secretary, Music Faculty Lisha Vines Secretary, Mr. Price Mr. McCormick Benny Winn Director of Food Services Cafeteria Crew Cafeteria Crew Cafeteria Clean-up Staff 71 - ii ' m- 72 Student Life .isuzsa y iS ' . fei ?? STUDENTS Parade into Activities Sliident Life 73 SUTTON SENSATIONS Flea Market . . . Pizza Parties . . . Big Sis Little Sis Outings Above left: RA " s and Head Residents: Randy and Deborah Byrd. Candy Witcher, . . . Secret Pals . . . Florescent Lights . . . Open Houses Christmas Party . . . Laurels . . . Caroling . . . Lobby Policy!! Room Inspections . . . " Blast Out " . . . Sisters in Christ?? Above: The Family!! Felicia Wallher, Debbie Huntley. Donna Kidner. Above right: Dorm Council: Renee Elkins (Treas.). Karla Leistner, Joy Miller, Treva Draper (V.P.), Lois Elaman, Felicia Walther (Sec). Stacey Mullins. Sue Mills (Pres). Susan Currier. 74 Sutton Hall REFORMED DORM-PARDEE?!?! New Wallpaper . . . Caroling . . . Pig Roast . . . Water Slide . . . No more water balloons ? . . . Frisbees . . . Stereo System of Milligan . . . New Shower Heads . . . Christmas Tree Decorating . . . Dipping Skoal . . . ROWDIES!! Left: Head Residents: Mike, Jan, Natalie, and David Cuddy. Below middle: Pardee Dorm Council: Mark Hurst, Rick Raines, John Hall, Kevin Sethman, Greg Moffat, and Ty Johnson (Pres.). Below left: ROWDIES!!! Below: Pardee RA " s: Wayne Costing, Ken Means, Ted Pierce, Mike Tuttle, and Rod Andrews. Below right: The Rowdies prepare a victim for the creeking ceremony. Pardee Hall 75 THE HARDIN FAMILY Sun Bathing on the Roof . . . Condemming third floor . . . New Carpet . . . Secret Pals . . . Open Houses . . . Shaping up in the weight room . . . Laundry sign up . . . Community Showers . . . Christmas Party . . . watching T.V. . . . The Gardners! Right: RA " s and Dorm Council: Jeannie and Rob Gardner (Head Residents). Corri Cassata (RA). June Byrd, Connie Gardiner (Pres.). Cindy Miller. Diana Young. Kim Poteet. Dana McBrayer (RA). Below: " Our Family " . Below right: The great Head Res idents Rob and Jeannie Gardner. 76 Hardin Hall WILD and CRAZY . . . Webb Hall Cigar Party . . . Snipe Hunt? . . . Tennis Golf . . . " ESPN " . . . Steak Dinner . . . Engagement Creekings . . . Sports . . . Open Houses . . . Rob Gardner and Coach Walker. Left: Dorm Council: Mike Vaughn, Mark Poindexter, Chris Robinson, Mickey Clifton, Rob Lehman (Pres.), Tom Burnett, Steve Delong, Craig Wright, Tom Phillips, Jerry Aurigema, Dean Farrier. Left: The annual cigar party — " Now this is what I call fun! " Above left: RA ' s: Stan Smith, Dave Lake, Dave Bowyer, Randy Warren, Rob Gardner (Head Resident), Dean Farrier, Coach Walker (Head Resident). Not pictured is Charles Sanders. Above: A typical night in Webb lobby. Webb Hall 77 HART-THROBS! Hart Tea Reception . . . Dear Hart Awards . . . Body Hill . . . Open Houses . . . Caroling . . . Square Dance . . . Selling Bunnies . . . New T-Shirts . . . Section Devotions . . . DEAR HARTS!! Below: Head Residents: Nancy and Pete Cummins- Above right: Dorm Council: Duane Warrington (Pres.), Darcy Wetzel. Jan Toon, Denise Cantanzarite, Karen Fentress, Gina Lambert, Theresa Bowyer, Patty Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. John Hart, Nancy Steinbach. Right: RA ' s: Cindy Cornwell, Robin Linkous, Margaret Winkler, Anita Uebele, Ladonna Coy, Kristi Beck, Ellen Cummins, Laura Thompson. Below right: The Sweethearts! 78 Hart Hall THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF OPEN HOUSES !! Open House 79 Buffalo Cheerleaders Right: Front: LaDonna Co — Buffalo mascot Back Row: Phyllis Gower, Patty Morrell (Cap- tain), Elaine Clark, Doug Opper (Co-captain Laurie Aubrey (Advisor), Tammy Johnson, and Brad Harvey. As any one of the Milligan cheerleaders will tell you, cheering is a lot of fun but it also requires a lot of hard work. Many hours of practice went into producing this year ' s squad of six members. The squad was chosen from sixteen contestants by a panel of four judges and the student body. Tryouts were held just a little over one month before the first basket- ball game of the season. This year ' s squad saw the addi- tion of male cheerleaders which Milligan has not seen in many years. Also, through many fund raisers and donations, the squad was able to purchase new uni- forms. 80 Cheerleaders Explode with Enthusiasm!!! Above: Intense action keeps the cheerleaders and crowd enthralled. Extreme above: Our Super Buff battles a fierce Bulldog. Left: Cheering starts the game out right! Far left: Spirit fills the hearts — and lungs — of the squad. Cheerleaders 81 Show Choir Broadens Repertoire Jubilation Corporation provides a vehicle for the musical-theatre approach to performance for both the secular public and the churches. By combining the best aspects of choral, instrumental, and theatrical performance, it is both an entertainment package and a messenger of God ' s word. Besides their annual spring con- cert on campus. Jubilation Corpo- ration performed at the National Church Music Leadership Confer- ence for Christian Churches and at various other concerts on and off campus. Front Row: Cindy Jackson, Felicia Walther, Martha Stoughton, Laura Ketron, Loretta Jette. Row 2: Mr. Gross (director), Angie Knowies (keyboard), Susan Pless, Terri Brinkley, Kim Jones, Elaine Harrison, Theresa Culberson (keyboard). Row 3: Greg Small, Rick Raines, Chris Riley, Brent Jasper, Kevin Flora, Bill Warrick. Back Row: Anita Uebele (sax), Don Sheffy (trumpet), Rob Kastens, Tosh Mcintosh, John Dobbs, Tom Burnette, Eric Evans (drums), Steve Reeves (trumpet). Missing is Laurie Snyder — trombone. Above: Show Choir having fun at what they do best. Right: Tosh, Elaine, Cindy, and John have the blues. 82 Show Choir Concert Choir Seeks Perfection The Concert Choir seeks to pro- mote choral excellence and an ap- preciation of all styles of choral lit- erature. While representing Milligan College, they try to deliv- er God ' s message to man through artful music. During spring break, the choir toured Georgia and Flor- ida. Throughout the year they per- formed a fall concert, at the Christmas vespers service, and at Baccalaureate Commencement. Above: Concert Choir throws a Mexican Christmas. Front Row: Stan Smith, Brenda Mason, Kevin Flora, Lisa Rader, Brent Jasper, Martha Stoughton, Dave King, Christy Adams, Mr. Doug Gross (director). Row 2: Holly Ross, Don Sheffy, Teresa Bowyer, Mike Brown, Laura Thompson, Steve Reeves, Donna Knisley, Jim Burgen, Susan Pless. Row 3: Mark Lewis, Renee Wooters, Anita Ubele, Wally Taylor, Laura Ketron, Mike Imboden, Diana Stoughton, John Dobbs. Row 4: Jonathon Hull, Beth Bostwick, Barry Brown, Rebecca Dougherty, Charles Sanders, Margaret Winkler, Mark Harris. Concert Choir 83 Women ' s Ensemble Voices Blend in Praise Front Row; Dr. David Runner — director. Diane Downhour. Lorena Guernsey. Beth Williams. Cindy Miller. Jennifer Kelly, and Kelly Henderson. Row 2: Jnanne Gentry, Loretta Jette. Sheila Pickens. Lisa Pryor. Jan Toon, and .Angle Knowies. Row 3: Candy Witcher. Suzie Snyder. Ginny Lowe. Kristi Adams, Renee Elkins, and Jill Wagner. Back Row: Regina Black, Lois Elaman. Laurie Snyder, Kim Jones, Diane Scholev. Debbie Smith, and Karen Sturdevant. Right: Debbie Smith practices diligently. Below right: Diane Downhour, Loretta Jette, and Rhonda Waldrop work on " communicating " their songs. 84 Women ' s Ensemble Female voices composing the Women ' s Ensemble blended in harmony under the direction of Dr. David Runner, but the group is much more than voices and does much more than sing. The soprano and alto members vary in backround as much as they do in vocal range and musical ability. Together, these ladies strive to function as a single unit ... as they " warm up, " learn parts and dynamics, and drill difficult melodies over and over again. Favorite songs of this year included Good King Kong. The Mz. The Mule Song, and Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier. The concert at the Mall probably won " the concert most likely to be forgotten " , and Spring Tour, of course, captures the best of memories. Milligan .Men accompanied the Women ' s Ensemble to Indiana and Kentucky on a four day tour: the experience of sharing with Christian families in their homes and Churches was delightful and rewarding. The transportation was . . . ah . . . well . . . um . , , belter than walking! Milligan Men Small in Number, Big in Heart Front Row: Gene McCutcheon (accompanist). Rick Raines, Brian Jaclcson, and Cox DeVries. Back Row: Brian Denning, Chris Robinson (President), Roy Holcomb (Treasurer), and Bob Turner. The group known as Milligan Men was formed for the purpose of giving men a chance to sing four part harmony in an all male choir. The secondary purpose of the choir is to provide fellowship in Christ and to share the Gospel through song. Milligan Men, although a small group, has performed during con- vocation and also for the East Ten- nessee Republicans. The highlight of the 1982-83 school year was Spring tour with the Women ' s En- semble in Kentucky and Indiana. The choir performed songs by Bach and Handel and also per- formed lighter numbers such as " I Love the Lord " and " Tomorrow. " Above left: Mr. John Wilson enthusiastically directs the men. Left: Brian Jackson, Rick Raines, Roy Holcomb, Bob Turner, and Brian Denning vocalize in four-part harmony. Milligan Men 85 Clubs Prepare Members For S.C.E.C. (Student Council of Exceptional Criildren) is a branch of the national organization. C.E.C. S.C.E.C. promotes a better understanding of the handicapped child through teaching, helping, and learning sit uations. Profes- sional contacts are made through guest speakers comprised of col- lege professors, special education teachers, and other specialists in handicapped education. S.N.E.A. (Student National Education Association) exists at Milligan to provide assurance for those students who are planning to enter into both primarj- and secon- dary teaching positions. S.N.E.A. ' s aims are providing help to student teachers, acquainting them with teacher organizations: local, state and nation wide, and preparing members for the teach- ing profession. Highlights at last years meetings were guest speak- ers from the local area school sys- tems, get togethers. and informa- tive discsussion groups. Front Row: Kristi Beck.Debbie Taylor, Susan Francis, Karen Fentress. Jan Toon. Lois King, Nancy Vogt, Dr. Bonner (advisor). Mrs. .Morrison. Back Row: Regina Carrier, Cindy Davidson, Rachelle Denning. Pictured: Patti Wodvvard. Cindv Davidson, Diana ' oun2. Robin Carter. Corri Casatta. Sandv .Mien. Careers And Occupations Front Row: Adeline Prophite, Melinda Morris, Cindy Cornwcll, Ray Marsh, Scott Dines. Back Row: Carrie Harris, Tammy Wood, Juan Ortez, Kathy Brennen, Eric Deemer. Taking the name of " Eph-pha- tha " meaning " Be Opened, " inter- ested and concerned students are reaching out to people with their hands and hearts. They propose to sponsor an awareness of the hear- ing impaired world and support understanding and communica- tion across the barrier of sound. M.E.N.C. is the organization on campus that helps those students who are music majors and who are also planning on teaching. The club provides numerous opportuni- ties to its members through various kinds of music workshops spon- sored by the club. In addition, the club helps music students get to know one another and the music faculty. Front Row: Mrs. Crosswhite (advisor), Mike Imboden. Row 2: Christy Adams, Beth Bostwick, Holly Ross, Brian Jackson. Back Row: Laura Thompson (Pres.) Renee Wooters. Clubs 87 1 88 Stampede Co5 ' Casa ' xva. . . rvv - ' ' ' : , ' Stampede 89 Buffalo: Long hours . Right: Editor Shara Harbaugh and Lois Elaman work on a spread. The purpose of the Buffalo is to produce a yearbook which encom- passes the events — special and day to day — and people of Milligan College. The book is published in cooperation with the faculty, ad- ministration, and students. It also allows the students to sharpen their photographic, management, creative, writing, and most of all. time budgeting skills. The main event of the year was the tedious task of putting together a superb yearbook. A yearbook workshop was held in October by Herff Jones Publishing Co. to fa- miliarize the staff with the task ahead. The staff sold advertising and had picture sales of old photos to raise money for the publishing of the yearbook. Buffalo Staff: Scott Dines, Debbie Turton. Cindy Rock.Sliara Harbaugh, Loretta Jette, Diane Dillon, Lois Elaman, Candy Witcher, Gene McCutcheon,Slarlene DcBord, Roger Mize, and Dave Oliver. 90 Buffalo hard work . . . and good times! Above left: Diane Dillon works after hours. Above: Kim Poteet consults Jim Dodd about copy. Left: Photographers Scott Dines, Gene McCutcheon, and Cindy Cornwell take aim. Missing are Tim Snyder and Brian Battin. 1982-83 Buffalo Staff Editor: Shara Harbaugh. Senior Sections: Candy Witcher. Student Life Section: Cindy Rock, Loretta Jette, Debbie Turton. Classes Section: Lois Elaman, Diane Dillon, Roger Mize. Sports Section: Dan Gregory, Greg Mof- fat, Dave Oliver. Faculty Section: Kim Poteet. Business Manager: Starlene DeBord. Copy Editor: Sandy Allen. Art: Donna Logan. Pho- tographers: Cindy Cornwell, Gene McCut- cheon, Tim Snyder, Scott Dines, Brian Battin. Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Ann lies. Typist: Mi- chelle McFarland. Buffalo 91 Club Members Reaj Right: This year ' s Helicon Staff includes John Hall, Bob Sutherland, Candace Witcher, and Tammy Laidlaw. Below right: John Hall, famous for his literary talents, displays his musical talent at the annual Helicon concert. Extreme below right: Candy Witcher and Dave Jones entertain the audience during the concert. 1 " F The Helicon is both a Hterary artistic pubHcation and a concert presented in the spring of any given year. The relationship between the two is revealed in the title of both efforts — Helicon, the moun- tain of the nine muses in classical mythology. Hence, creativity of any flavor was inspired by these goddesses: art, poetry, dance, song, drama, even celesversely, the Helicon offers opportunity to any of these aspiring writers, artists, and musicians to reveal their gifts. Emphasis on originality and quality compose the primary merits required by the staff. Perhaps the most significant contribution that the Helicon offers Milligan College is an expose of the creativ- ity and talents which are encouraged at a liberal arts college. 92 Helicon Benefits of Participation Members of the Fine Arts club include. Front Row: Sheila Pickens, Amy Black, Anne Hersey, Mrs. Barbara Sevier (advisor) and Dave Mills. Back Row: Randy Warren, Treva Draper, Tom Colborn, Alan Miller, and David Siebenaler. In it ' s second year of exis- tence, the Fine Arts Club pro- motes interest in and enjoy- ment of the fine arts on Milligan ' s campus. This year the club sponsored the showing of movies such as The Black Stallion and worked closely with the Concert and Lecture Committee. The club also sup- ported the Art department by providing and encouraging students and painting the Art room. Members of the Political Science Club include, Front Row: Mary Anne Wallenfelz, Shara Harbaugh, and Beth Kirby. Back Row: Phil Bolus (President), Donna Kidner, Ellyn Nesbit, and Rick Gray. As long as there are governments there will be political topics to discuss. The Political Science Club promotes the aware- ness of current events and governmental actions that affect our daily lives. The club promotes a non-par- tisan look at American Democracy and examines developments in the aca- demic world of Political Science. Highlights of this year ' s activities included a trip to Washington, D.C. to visit the Capitol and Congressmen. They also toured the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville and Rocky Mount Historical Sight in Blountville, TN. The club met with Feder- al District Court Judges Taylor and Williams — both of whom are Milli- gan graduates and spon- sored a symposium on Nuclear War with Dr. and Mrs. John Douglas. 93 Student Government Association Front Row: Beth Kirby. Debbie Huntley. Connie Gardiner, Ken Sweitzer. LaDonna Coy. Sue Mills. Debbie Smith, and Bill Greer. Row 2: Angie Jones. Suzie Snyder, The- resa Bowyer, Roger Mize. Ruth Carr, Denise Cantanzarite, Lisa Keen, Carlisle Chambers, and Duane Warrington. Row 3; Dave Oliver. Phil Bolus. Donna Kidner (Pres.), Julie Voke. Mike Brown, Mark Harris, Mr. Steve Preston (Advisor), and Dean Farrier. Back Row: Dave Bowyer, Tony Mellencamp. Jeff MuUis. KevinSethman.Ty John- son, Rob Lehman, Tim Sutherland, Bob Sutherland, and Candy Witcher. As Stated in the S.G.A. Consti- tution, the purpose of S.G.A. is to formulate and execute a Christian Student Government whose duties and liberties shall be to stimulate communication and more empa- thetic cooperation among stu- dents, faculty, student activities on campus, to participate in the deter- mination of college procedures, to labor in the interest of improving academic standards, and to devel- op a greater spirit of progressive citizenship. Activities of S.G.A. for the year included establishing a volunteer tutor committee, sending five stu- dents to the Tennessee Intercolle- giate State Legislature, allocating the $25.00 student activity fee, and initiating a committee to evaluate traffic court regulations. i Above: Advisors Mr. Tim Dillon and Mr. Steve Preston. 94 SGA International Students Add Spice to Campus Front Row: Gayle Tabor, Mrs. Carolyn Woolard, and Kathy Brennan. Back Row: Kim Bays, Pam Phyllis, Diane Stover (Pres.), David Dann, Adeline Profete, Linda Stimpson, Paul Tarr, Susan Pittman, and John Gosh. Above: Adeline Profete and Linda Stimpson discuss foreign customs. Left: Pam Phyllis and Kim Bays enjoy listening to international students. The purpose of the International Club is to promote international understanding and interest and to increase interaction between American and foreign students. During the year, cultural pre- sentations were given by the for- eign students. Also, an interna- tional Christmas party was held in which many foreign customs were observed. International Club 95 Clubs Reflect Special Interests The Science Club exists to pro- mote science i nowledge, broaden horizons, and allow fellowship among students and faculty who work and study together. The pro- grams and activities are designed to acquaint students with new sci- entific fields, careers, and re- search. The Science Club had monthly meetings, each of which included a short business meeting, a program speaker, and refreshments. Other activities included monitoring the science building, selling refresh- ments at play intermissions to raise funds, and a spring trip to Wash- ington D.C. On Table: Polly Hcnsley. Front Row: Suzie Snyder (Pres), Julie Yoke. Ruth Carr, Jennifer Kelley, Carol Railey, Linda Stimpson, Janet Waterbury, Jenny Hartley, Mike Brown. Back Row: Allen Caswell, Doug Davis. The Library Buffs seek to pro- mote interest in the library and to assist in meeting any needs that the library may have. Throughout the year, the club sponsored a Founder ' s daughter candidate, sold Current stationery, hosted several book sales, and assisted the library whenever possible. s; i4 r Front Row: Wendy Ward (Pres.), Janet Waterbury, Bonnie Gardiner. Back Row: Tim Gepharl, Garj] DeGreen. 96 Clubs Dr. Street, advisor, gets locked up again. Front Row: Rebecca Lount, Cindy Winegardner, Lisa Abbott, Rob Leh- man, Mike Vaughn, Debbie Rothrock, Sylvia Read. Back Row: David Sapp (Pres.), Dr. Street (advisor). Clubs 97 Students Serve One For Another is an outreach ministry whose purpose is to show love for Christ by serving others. Besides going Christmas caroling, their activities during the school year included visiting the Eliza- bethton Children ' s Home and the Elizabethton Hospital. Front Row: Stacey Mullins, Diane Dillon. Jenny Hartley. Back Row: Carol Railey, Lisa Pryor. Pam Keever, Tim Snyder (Pres.). The Service Seekers are stu- dents who strive to serve others through devotionals. song, and fel- lowship. Throughout the year, they visited the Appalachian Christian Village on Wednesday evenings. During these times they held programs and visited with the residents. Front Row: Susan True, Cindy Miller, Kathy Rea. Back Row: Anita Ubele (Pres.), Rick Raines, Denni; Freeman, Sharyl Powers. 98 Clubs Active Participation Front Row: Bill Weekley, Ross Brodfuehrer, Greg Allen (Pres.), Paul Tarr. Row 2; Dr. Webb, Jim Burgen, Rick Raines, Alan Young, Stan Smith, Wally Taylor, Joellen Young, Cindy Cornwell, Dr. Gwaltney. Back Row: Dr. Phillips, Dave Mills, Marty Frazer, Greg Small, Dr. David Roberts. The Association of Christian Ministries strives to serve the min- isterial students as well as other students by offering seminars and discussions on practical topics of the ministry. The meetings are led by professors, special speakers, and students. P.O.E.T.S Club " P.O.E.T.S. " is an abbreviation for Put Off Everything Tomor- row ' s Saturday. This club is meant to be a service to its members. President Tom Burnette says it is " a safety value when people have trouble with studies, teachers, and social life. " To get off campus, the members travelled to a farm, a lake, and went on a four-wheel drive trip to Three Bear (rootbeer) Hill. Front Row: Tom Burnette (Pres.), Eric Evans (V. Pres.), Benny Winn (Advisor). Back Row: Mike Churchin (Sec), Craig Wright (Treas.), Ed Barrett, Randy Davis, Dave Johnson, Rusty Duncan. tJ teJS Clubs 99 Pep Band Performs i; k«i!: ia Front Row: Rob Kastens, John Smith. Mike Vaughn, Melinda Morris. Dave Robinson, Row Two: Scott Hobson. Gene McCutcheon. Laurie Snyder. Mark Imboden. Dave Siebenaler. Renee Elkins. Becky Currier. Back Row: Rick Raines, Stacey Nipper. Jane Zieske, Mr. Dennis Helsabeck (director), Kathy Brennan, Karen Sturdevant. Ken Sweitzer. The specific purpose of pep band is to provide a band for Milligan Basketball games in order to encourage the spirit of players and spectators. As such, it is a service organization for the college community. In addi- tion, it provides an opportunity for students to continue playing their musical instruments so that they can retain and enlarge their skills for life-time use. The band exists for enjoyment — it ' s satisfying and fun to make mu- sic together. 100 Pep Band And Inspires Delta Kappa is the Christian service organization for the Miliigan community. Its aims are to be an assistance to the students, faculty and staff through sponsoring, organizing, and serving in various activities throughout the year. Last year Delta Kappa sponsored a facul- ty-administration appreciation day and participated in St. Judes walkathon. Front Row: Sherry Day, Cindy Davidson, Lisa Hayes. Row 2: Trisha Nicely, Megan Stump, Edwina Young. Row 3: Patti Woodward, Loretta Jette. Row 4: Diane Scholey, Diane Dillon (President), Ginny Lowe. Row 5: Regina Black, Lois Elaman. Row 6; Cindy Rock, Carol Railey, Jenny Hartley. Row 7: Rana Adams, Karla Leistner, Kim Bledsoe. Back Row: Stacey Mullins, Mrs. Velma Hall (Advisor), Mrs. Kay Mayfield (advisor). Phi Beta Lambda is the campus business organiza- tion. It serves the business students through familiariz- ing them with business in the world today. Phi Beta Lamb- da gives its members a chance to visit area industry and learn about new trends in accounting, corporate and business finance, and the computer industry. Front Row: Marcia Vick, Ellyn Nesbit, Shara Harbaugh, Nancy Paul, Kathy Rea. Back Row: Phil Bolus, Adam Roark, Jerry Aurigema. Clubs 101 Weekend Offers Fun, Prospective Student Weekend, 1982, was a great success. Ninety-four students came to visit Milligan and became acquainted with the many opportunities the college offers. During the weekend the prospective students attended such activities as the Founder ' s Daughter Pag- eant, the Russ Taff concert, and the movie. Star Trek II. They were given the opportunity to attend classes and to talk with members of the faculty. We hope to see these prospective students back next year as Milligan students. Right: Melinda Morris, Pam Unger, and Roger Mize, are ready to greet prospective students. Below: A welcome is extended to prospective students. »ss Ttff cpHcr Far right: Russ Taff s concert adds to the weekend ' s activities. Right: Prospective students are greeted and given directions. 102 Prospective Students Activities, and Reminiscing Left; Alumni fellowship before the banquet. Below left; The alumni football team poses for a picture. Extreme below left: Down! Set! Hut! Left: Each alumnus was presented with a Milligan College mug at the luncheon. Below; Henry Kegley is presented with the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Prospective students were not the only visi- tors on campus. There were two hundred and thirey-one alumni registered from the classes of ' 32, ' 57, ' 62, ' 67, ' 72, ' 77. The alumni en- joyed such activities as the musical Tintypes, the Founder ' s Daughter Pageant, and an alumni football game against the current all star team. The alumni team was not fortunate enough to defeat the all star team. However, they were victorious in the soccer game against the students. The weekend was brought to a close with the Alumni Luncheon. The Distinguished Alumnus Award was pre- sented to Henry Kegley. The weekend was a time for fellowship and reminiscing for al alumni. Alumni Weekend 103 FRESHMEN IN TOWN THE NEW KIDS This year the new freshman class came to Milligan with feeHngs of anticipation and excitement as their first year of college was about to begin. During freshmen week there were many things to accomplish. There were roommates to meet, parents to say goodbye to. and kangaroo court for those freshmen who were unfortunate and had been tricked into removing their dinks. These freshmen proved to be a valuable addition to the Milligan community. Top right: The freshmen loyally uear their dinks during testing. Right: Lisa Hudson spends time with her parents. Top left: Greg . le.xander concentrates as he prepares the balloon for Kangaroo court Above: President Leggett. you should have worn your dink! 104 Freshman Week BUZZ FOR BUCKS This fall, to raise money for the Junior class, Tim Snyder, Jeff Bourn, and Dave Bowyer had their hair buzzed. Kevin Johnson agreed to have his hair cut into a mohawk when $400.00 had been raised. As a result of this the Junior class was able to raise a lot of money. Those priviledged to buzz the heads of these willing participants were: Chris Riley, Karen Fentress, Becky Sweitzer, and Cheryl Powers. Right: Tim Snyder laughs as Chris Riley buzzes his hair. Far right: Kevin Johnson anticipates his mohawlc. Below: " We can ' t hide in the dorm forever! " Below left: Jeff Bourn asks, " How much shorter can it get? " Below right: Dave Bowyer says, " Wait until mom sees this! " Buzz for Bucks 105 1982 FOUNDER ' S The Founder ' s Daughter Pageant was held on November 12. 1982 in the midst of the Founder ' s Day activities. Senior girls were nominated to represent various organizations on the campus. Donna Kidner received this year ' s award. Runner-up for the event was Candy witcher. Above: Last year ' s Founder ' s Daughter. Laura Beth Richardson, congratulates Donna Kidner. Upper right: Donna Kidner, 1982 Founder ' s Daughter. Right: Show Choir provides entertainment for the pageant. I 06 Founder ' s Daughter DAUGHTER PAGEANT Left: Donna Kidner receiving her award. Right: Candy Witcher is congratulated by Dave and Suzie Snyder. Founder ' s Daughter 107 THE MUSICAL TINTYPES The musical riniypes was presenied by Milligan College on November 5. 6. 12, and 13th. The musical featured songs originating during the years 1890 thru 1920. Tintypes portrays life in America, the land of opportunity. This musical expresses a message of an immigrant ' s desire to be accepted in the American society. Above: The cast includes, front row : Diana Stoughton, Nancy Stoughton. Diana Young, . ' nn Workman. Back row: John Barto, Robert Shields, John Hall, Brian Jackson, Laura Thompson. Right: John Hall loves the stage. 108 Tintypes FLARES THE STAGE Upper left: Robert Shields and Diana Young give it their all V g pr Upper right: Rich Hinz and Mrs. Runner ' ■ accompany the performance. gfc 1 Left: Stepping Out! Above: Patriotism is clearly shown by the cast. Tintypes 109 Madrigal Dinners Enhance Christmas in East Tennessee would not be the same without the festivities of Milligan ' s Madrigal Dinners. Guests " appetites are satisfied by roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, and flaming plum pudding with rum sauce for dessert. During the meal the court jester, strolling minstrels, and the chamber singers entertain the audience with a festive perfor- mance. Above right: The Madrigal singers offered entertaining music throughout the dinner. Right: Mike Brown escorts Holly Ross in the Madrigal proces- Above: Cindy Jackson drew many laughs as this year ' s Madrigal Court Jester. 110 Madrigals Christmas Season at Milligan Chamber Singers: Beth Bostwick, Lisa Rader, Holly Ross, Laura Thompson, Donna Knisely, Susan Pless, Margaret Winkler, Renee Wooters, John Barto, Mike Brown, Jim Burgen, Mike Imboden, Jeff Moody, Charles Sanders, Don Sheffy, and Vic Vogt. Strolling Minstrels: Robin Miller, Chris Russell, Martha Stoughton, Julie Yoke, Beth Cauble, Mark Harris, Matt Osborn, and Diana Stoughton. Lord High Chamberlain: John Hall. Court Jester: Cin- dy Jackson. Letter Bearers: Kevin Flora, Rick Raines. Head Wait- ers: Peter Cummins, Tim Sutherland. Trumpeters: John Smith, Rob Kastens. Brass Quintet: Rob Kastens, Matt Osborn, John Smith, Laurie Snyder. Recorder Consort: Pam Baumgardner, Amy Black, Renee Elkins, Alan Miller, and Kathy Rea. Left: Vic Vogt and Renee Wooters lead the procession at the beginning of the Madrigal Dinner. Below: The king and his court sing prior to receiving the dinner. Madrigals 1 1 1 1983 SWEETHEARTS: REAL " SWEETIES " The 1983 Sweetheart Banquet was an enjoyable evening. Tim Hart- man and Robin Miller sang for the entertainment of the couples who attended. Tim also served as master of ceremonies. He provided a very humorous presentation of the class sweetheart finalists as well as other miscellaneous awards. The evening was a very fun time for everyone. Right: First Row: Gaye Chalmers, Jeff Bourn. Linda Lichte, Dave Robinson. Jeanette Jones, Roger Mize. Second Row: Brenda Hood, Will Wingatc, Beth Cauble, Tim Snyder, Karia Leistner. Third Row: .Mike Brown, Denise Cantanzarite, Karol May, Sherry Day, Dave Bowyer. Fourth Row: Darcy Wetzel, Rod Andrews, Cindy Davidson, John Dyer, Kathy Rea. Below: John Dyer and Cindy Davidson, senior class sweethearts of 1983. Below Right: Dave Bowyer and D.enise Cantanzarite smile brightly. Far Below: Tim Snyder and Karla Leistner steal the hearts of the sophomore class. Far Right: The freshmen class chose their class sweethearts well, Dave Robinson and Jeanette Jones. . L ■ ■ J 112 Sweetheart Banquet SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP IS FUN AND INSPIRING Vespers plays an important part in Milli- gan ' s campus life. Every Sunday night stu- dents gather in Lower Seeger to worship the Lord with one another. The song ser- vice, special music, skits, and messages help make vespers an important part of the total learning experience provided at Milligan. Above left: Brian Coburn offers words of wisdom. Above: Brenda Mason, Mark Harris, and Dave King get enlightened from the service. Left: A moment of worship and reflection. Below left: Radiance provides inspiration through song. Left: Roy Alford provides words of inspiration. Vespers 1 1 3 Milligan Students Show How This year the drama department under the direction of Dennis Elkins presented the Shalcespearean play. All ' s Well That Ends Well. The play tells the story of a young woman who heals the king of France and in return, the king promises that she may marry the man of her choice. Helena choose s an unwilling Bertram and is faced with the formidable challenge of convinc- ing him to accept her as his wife. The Cast: Jonathon Hull. Diana Young, Candace Witcher, John Hall, Corri Casatta, Tim Dillon, Mary Anne Wallenfelz, Kim Poteet, Rusty Duncan, Ira Read, Ken Means, Steve Reeves, Rich Hinz. Lois Loban. Robert Shields. Sylvia Read, and Rhonda Waldrop. The Musical Con- sort: Lisa Runner. Julie Read, Tammy Laidlaw, Rich Hinz, and Sylvia Read. Below: Helena dances with a French lord. Right: Lavatch discusses his reasons for marriage with the Countess and her housekeeper. Below right: The king of France discusses the hopelessness of his health with one of his lords. 1 14 Airs Well 4LL ' S WELL THAT ENDS WELL Below left: The Countess provides council for her son, Bertram. Extreme below: Helena expresses her feelings for Bertram to the Countess. Left: Sylvia Read provides some cello music for the play. Below: Bertram contemplates the idea of marrying Helena. That Ends Well 115 MILLIGAN STUDENTS ENJOY Above: Silverwind provided entertaining music. Right: Russ Taff sings the song entitled Higher Power, Far right: David Meece sings praises to the Lord! 116 Concerts CONCERTS ON CAMPUS Throughout the year, Milligan offers the opportuni- ty for students to attend a variety of concerts. The concert program for the year included artists such as: Russ Taff, Mark Twain, David Meece and Silverwind, Mac Frampton, Gershwin Night with Frank Wright, and The Bard-Iliad. The opera Die Fledermaus written by Johann Strauss was presented by the National Op- era Company. These concerts attracted large crowds from the Milligan community as well as guests outside of Milligan College. Above left: Enthusiasm is shown by Mac Frampton during his concert. Left: Thomas Wright, Gershwin, exhibits his talent for playing the piano. Below left: Disguised as Einsenstein, Alfred yells at the Hungarian Countess in the jail. Concerts 117 Let ' s go to the SUB!!! The new year brought a new look to the SUB. The interior was remodeled and a game room was added upstairs. The SUB still carries the same necessities: textbooks, supplies for classes, and most important of all — FOOD! Many students also take advantage of the movies shown on the large screen TV three times a week and video games are still a big attraction. The faithful SUB workers include: Front row: Bill Warrick. Roger Mize, super- visor Jean Mullins, Kim Poteet, and Shara Harbaugh. Middle row: Beth Cau- ble, Lois King, Missy Smith, Kelley Daniel, and Manager Paul Bader. Back row: John Dobbs and Carlisle Chambers. Above right: Lois King fixes herself a coke in the snack area. Right: Kathy Rea and Ken Means try to choose a card from the large selection offered at the SUB. Far right: Robert Turner takes advantage of the game room while Kim Poteet looks on. 118 SUB Chow Time in Sutton Hall Below: Treva Draper, cashier, discusses tonight ' s menu with Troy Cash. Left: Shara Harbaugh is so hungry she ' ll eat anything! The cafeteria is one of the favorite places of socialization on campus. Other than for students to eat meals, the cafete- ria hosts banquets for the community. One of the largest is the annual Madrigal Dinner held each year in December. Special nights such as Halloween night, Steak night, and Italian night are a part of the cafeteria ' s monthly events. The students would like to thank Benny Winn for his extra efforts and his crews for their hard work and expertise. Above: A typical group of hungry diners in the cafeteria. Left: Brian Jackson makes his meal go a long way! Cafeteria 119 . H Traveling Opportunities The students at Milligan College are offered the opportunity to take part in various interesting trips. The BARF trip allows students to enjoy observing marine life. During Christmas break. Milligan stu- dents journeyed to Haiti. These students offered their services to teach and instruct in the orphanage in Por-de-Pai.x. The trip was a rewarding experience as well as educational. The science club sponsored a trip to Washington D.C. They spent three days at the Nation ' s Capitol. They visited the memorials of Lincoln, Jefferson, and the Viet Nam War. The students also enjoyed the Hum anities tour in which they were able to visit and enjoy different cities in Europe. All of these trips provide students with a chance to broaden their education as well as to have a great time while they travel. . ' kbove right: Debra Bane looks quite sick on the Barf trip. Right: Dr. and Mrs. Gee plan out the events of the day on the Metro. Right: Darcy Wetzel. Julie Voke. and Meredith Gattis are excited about their first European carriage ride. 120 Milligan Abroad Provide Unique Experiences Far left: Julie Yoke shows no mercy to Donna Kidner in front of the Greek Ruins. Left: Diane Stover shows the love and concern she has for the Haitian children. Below left: Lisa Pryor catches " spring fever " in Washington D.C. Below: California bound adventurers contemplate what to do with their broken- down van. Extreme below: Dr. Gary Wallace ' s favorite hobby: BIRD WATCHING! Milligan Abroad 121 Helicon Concert: Mixture The rainy evening eased into 8:00 pm, and the concert began. The appreciative audience was small but appropriately rowdy. Helicon ' 83, in the tradition of Helicons past, proved to be a relaxing and memorable event. Talented alumni Dave Jones, John Meding, and Loren Stuckenbruck graced the specta- tors with their individual styles of perfor- mance. Several student groups and solo acts displayed meaningful showmanship. The Jerk Band (both original and 1983) and Cafeteria Blues Band were crowd pleasers because of their sheerly rowdy satires. Nancy Steinbach, Angle Knowles, Greg Moffat, Dave Jones, and Candy Witcher focused on classic and easy listening favorites. Melissa " Charlie " Hill drew laughs and applause as she acted as the zany mistress of ceremonies. Once again, as did the muses of old, we hail Helicon! Left: Nancy Steinbach displays her talents at the annual Helicon Concert. Extreme above: Pardee men sing the blues. Above: Cafeteria Blues Band express the general opinion of the gourmet food at Milligan College— DEADLY! 122 Helicon Concert of Classics and Rowdies! Left: Greg Moffat mellows the audience with his sweet singing. Extreme above: John Hall, Bob Sutherland, Kevin Sethman, and Mike Corey — the Sweet Adelines? Above: Candy Witcher and Dave Jones entertain the audience. Helicon Concert 123 Festive Banquet Honors Seniors The decor and atmosphere of the 1983 Junior-Senior Banquet focused on the promise and splendor of " Over the Rain- bow " . Those who attended the gala event at Emmanuel School of Religion will agree that its polished excellence stemmed dir ect- ly from the keen organization and efforts of the Junior Class and its President Kenny Sweitzer. Chicken Cordon Bleu, green beans, and cherry cheesecake pleased participants ' ap- petites while the Hobos entertained. Mr. Eugene Wigginton as master of ceremonies evoked laughter from his audience. After the meal was finished, Jim Pierson ' s words offered wisdom to the attentive students. The evening drew to a close as Kevin Seth- man and Mr. Wigginton presented the Sen- ior Class Superlative awards. Thanks to faculty servers, junior class committee members, speakers, and all oth- ers who assisted with this successful cele- bration! r F Above: " The Hobos " provide entertainment for tiie gala event. Above right: Eugene Wigginton addresses the Juniors and Seniors and their guests at the banquet. Senior Superlatives Most Obnoxious Chris Robinson, Kim Poteet Most Likely to Succeed Phil Bolus. Donna Kidner Best All Around Ross Brodfuehrer. Diana Young Most Scholarly Greg Small. Susie Snyder Perfect Couple Kathy Rea Steve Delong Class Prankster Greg Moffat, Cindy Jackson Class Lunatic Greg Moffat, Cindy Jackson Most Talented Vic Vogt, Diana Young Best Dressed Phil Bolus, Donna Kidner Most Athletic Victor Hunter, Jennifer Taylor Class Missionaries Ross Brodfuehrer, Barb Smith Wittiest Steve Delong, Robin Carter Friendliest Tim Brokaw, Kathy Rea Most Rebellious John Hall, Kim Poteet Most Likely to Graduate Ric Cross, Norma Vaughn Best Dimensions Kevin Ward, Diana Young Most Original Randy Warren, Candy Witcher Sexiest Ric Cross, Karen Gwinn Biggest Flirts Rick Gray, Anne Stilwell Shyest Mickey Clifton, Nora Dorton Clumsiest Chris Robinson, Dana McBrayer Most Talkative Tim Brokaw, Connie Gardiner Most School Spirited Greg Edmundson, Patty Morreil Most Easy Going Greg Moffat, Patty Morreil Last to Get Married John Hall, Norma Vaughn Bubbliest Eric Deemer, Robin Carter Laziest Tim Brokaw. Norma Vaughn Cutest Smile Greg Allen, John Dyer, Corri Casatta 124 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Students Receive Honors Hours, days, and months of rigorous studying and hard work was cuhninated on May 3 during a formal Awards Convocation in Seeger Chapel. Various academic honors were presented as well as announcements of scholarships and students attending graduate school in the fall of 1983. The following awards were presented to deserving students: French Award Jonathan Cooksey Spanish Award Christine Russell Choir Award Stan Smith Sociology Award Greg Small Biology Award Suzanne Ross Snyder American Chemical Society Chemistry Award Charles Sanders Student Government Award Donna Kidner Mathematics Award Becky Currier Humanities Award Lois Loban Greek Award Bill Weekley English Award Candace Witcher Political Science Award Beth Kirby Freshman Chemistry Award Carlisle Chambers Wall Street Journal Award Randy Byrd Student Teaching Awards Becky Currier Boyd Carter Smith Diana Young Valerie Harvey Corri Casatta Rachelle Denning Delta Kappa Gamma Award Sandy Allen Wiley Wilson Outstanding Bible Student David Welsh Ivor Jones Outstanding Senior Award Ross Brodfuehrer Awards Convocation 125 WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY After many weeks of anticipation. Won- derful Wednesday finally arrived. After putting up with cold weather for days, the sky finally cleared and the sun came out. After breakfast the campus was cleaned. Upon completion of this hard work every- one enjoyed a picnic lunch at Anglin. In the afternoon, many students participated in games and races as well as creeking those who were not fortunate enough to get away in time. The day concluded with a country meal in Sutton cafeteria and a square dance in the yard by Hart Hall. Wonderful Wednesday was a wonderful day of fun for all of those who participated. Above right: Jack Knowles steals a base. Extreme above right: Tim Snyder. Lynn Barton, and Pam Keever work hard cleaning the campus. Extreme below right: Dr. Jim Street prepares to slug one. Right: Roy Holcomb and Joe Nanny may need an Alka-Seltzer. Below: Don ' t let go! 126 Wonderful Wednesday PROVIDES A FUN BREAK Above left Dave Longely tries to teach Lisa Keen a new way of walking. Above: Ready, Set, Go! Extreme below left: Lunch at Anglin. Below left: Benny Winn and Beth Begley are appropriately dressed for a picnic. Left: Diane Downhour enjoys her watermelon. Left: How cold is the water Dr. Allen? Wonderful Wednesday 127 The weather on Sunda ' afternoon May 15. 1983 was a perfect indicator of the emotions felt by the graduates who walked across the stage that same day to receive their diplomas. Dark clouds brought intermittent spells of showers but the sun appeared fre- quently to cast its illuminating spell on the anxious, sad, scared, and joyous cast of graduates. Facial expressions ranged from gi- gantic smiles, to confused looks, to tear-stained cheeks. A total of 136 graduates heard Dr. Marcus J. Stewart, a promi- nent Memphis, Tennessee physician and alumnus of Milligan. deliver the commencement address. But perhaps the most thrilling event of this weekend was when the student walked across the stage, was handed his diploma, and became a graduate — an ALUMNI! These graduates have received the book knowledge to prepare them for a unique future and may God continue to prepare them for the rough spots and joys ahead. Class of 1983 — Con- gratulations! Good Luck! And May God Bless You!!! Above right: The rough part of graduation: John Hall says goodbye to a friend Above: The 1983 graduates of Milligan College. Right; Carolyn Scarem Redden adjusts her hat prior to the ceremony. 128 Graduation Seniors Bid Farewell; Greet Future with Faith Above left: Congratulations are spread about by friends and family. Left: Phil Bolus receives his diploma from President Marshall Leggett. Above: Associate degree recipients Cheryl Green and Laura Herron listen intently. Extreme above: Dr. Marcus J. Stewart delivers the commencement address. Graduation 129 i3f¥ r-J ' v.- ' - ' t ' ■»♦ ' (• ' . ' ATHLETES Leap into Competition! Bump Set Spike Volleyball . . . Under the direction of coach Dr. Pat Bonner, the Lady Buffs volleyball team completed a rewarding season in the VSAC tournament at Carson-New- man. In the VSAC and district tournaments the Lady Buffs played well and came home with an admirable third place finish. The Lady Buffs had a young team this year that gained experience through the year. They played tough and made a good showing for the school. Honors presented to this year ' s players included; All- VSAC — Mary Helen Fuqua and Teresa Piper. All Conference District 24 — Teresa Piper. Above right; " Sauce " Fuqua spikes a winner! Right: The team expresses joy over a job well done. Above: Karol May bumps the ball into play. 132 Volleyball 1982 Volleyball Schedule UNC-Asheville Lost Gardner-Webb Lost Brevard Lost Tusculum Won ETSU Lost Carson-Newman Lost University of the South Lost Maryville Tournament L L L W King College Lost Bluefield Won Concord Tournament L L L Bryan College Lost Tennessee Temple Lost Emory Henry Tournament L L W W L Brevard Won Lees McRae Won King College Won Mars Hill College Lost Carson-Newman Won Lees McRae Lost Emory Henry Lost Lees McRae Won Spartanburg Won ETSU Lost Milligan Tournament W W L L L Mars Hill College Lost Gardner-Webb Lost VSAC Tournament L L W W W Emory Henry Lost Above: Sony Wise gets her ankle taped before the game. Extreme above: The team is eager to receive the service. Front row: Joy Miller, Sondra Wise, Karol May, Pam Kettelson, and Connie Gardiner. Back row: Dr. Pat Bonner (coach), Jamie Bleier, Kim Ross, Rhonda Waldrop, Sabra Blackwell, Rita Bourbon, Mary Helen (Sauce) Fuqua, Teresa Piper, and Susan Currier (manager). Volleyball 133 Men Show Stamina Men ' s Basketball . . . The Milligan Men ' s Basketball team was a new one this year. A new coaching staff and new players made this season particularly hard for the Milligan Buffaloes. The pre-season training was as tough as for the professionals and yet the season still was one of repeated loss. However, the men never failed to lose faith and each game was better than the last. Losses were by narrow margins and their determination paid off as they won the first round of the play-offs. Being a new team, the men relied on the guidance of their coach and their practice. The Buffs worked very hard at practice and it showed in the games as their stamina never ceased. Right: Van Swindall goes in for a lay-up. Below right; Greg Edmundson concentrates on his free throw. Men ' s Basketball Schedule Buffs Opponents Clinch Valley 43 50 Knoxville College 44 47 U. of North Alabama 62 70 Tennessee Wesleyan 46 56 Bryan College 53 64 U.N.C.-Asheville 36 52 King College 48 64 Tusculum College 56 57 Knoxville College 50 62 Mount Union College 36 32 York College 42 73 Appalachian State Univ. 43 41 Mars Hill College 47 68 Clinch Valley 56 72 King College 46 54 L.M.U. 55 87 Western Carolina U. 42 78 Tennessee Wesleyan 67 68 Mars Hill College 60 61 Radford U. 51 77 Carson-Newman 62 74 Radford U. 48 58 L.M.U. 66 72 Lee College 68 69 Tennessee Wesleyan 58 66 Carson-Newman 66 82 Tusculum 75 83 U.N.C.-Asheville 47 58 Lee College 68 62 Bryan College 6b 47 Tennessee Wesleyan 41 60 134 Basketball Above: Seated; Rob Aubrey (manager), Tim Brokaw (manager), Roby Witcher, Mike Varney, Jeff Bourn, William Trammel!, Doug Mitchell, Van Swindall, and Rich Aubrey (manager). Standing: Rob Gardiner (Assistant coach), Sam Sparks (Assistant coach), Kevin Ward, Greg Edmundson, David Hamilton, Randy Lambert, Chris Wilson, John Hutchins, John Dyer, and Coach Ron Reed. Extreme above: The tip-off starts the Buffs in action. Left: Victor Hunter leaps for two points. Basketball 135 Girls Play Tough Women ' s Basketball Schedule Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Dec. 1 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 1 1 Dec. 17 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 -March Berry College Clinch Valley College Cumberland College King College Appalachian State Univ. Western Carolina Univ. Clinch Valley College Tusculum College UNC-Charlotte Marshall Univ. Lee College Radford Univ. King College Lincoln Memorial Univ. Maryville College Tennessee Wesleyan Cumberland College Carson-Newman UNC-Charlotte Lincoln Memorial Univ. Lee College Maryville College Tennessee Wesleyan Carson-Newman Tusculum College UNC-Asheville 3 VSAC Play Offs Above: Front row: Helen Fuqua, Vicki Gardner, Wendy Johnson, Darlyn Gordon. Kelly McDuf- fie, and Jennifer Taylor. Second row: Coach Joe Lewis, Renee Williams, Leah Magestro, Sheretta Houston, Tammie Kinnerson, Karen Barker, and Assistant Coach Dave Hamlin. Extreme above: " Shell " Gordon stretches high for the tip-off. 136 Basketball Women ' s Basketball . . . The season for the girl ' s basketball team was one of victory after victory. They progressed to the finals of the VSAC Conference tournament and were there defeated by Tennessee Wesleyan. The fans were never disappointed with the tremendous dis- play of talent and teamwork shown by the Milligan women. The Milligan Buffs were the team to beat in the conference throughout the season and were re- spected by all those who met them for competition. The women represented the team, Milligan College, and the student body very well in the 1982-1983 season. Left: Defense was a great strength of this year ' s team. Below left: " Shell " Gordon shoots for the basket. Below middle: Leah Magestro is closely trailed by the opponent on her lay-up. Below: Karen Barker looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to. Basketball 137 Kicking Grass ■ ■:-afa.. ' " 5e»««». -s f: Back: Rebecca Launt. Curt Whitesell, Randy Kunkel, David Oliver, Mike Churchin. Rod Andrews. Johnathan Woodring, Coach Juan Chiu. Front: John Oliver. Steve Cummins, Rob Kastens, Eric Hobson, Jose Padilla. Greg Moffatt. Soccer . . . The nets came down to close the 1982-1983 soccer season ending it with memories of victory as well as defeat. The Soccer Buffaloes once again battled lack of funding along with their other opponents. Closing the season with a 2-1 1 record the Buffs considered their fall play successful. The Milligan Soccer Buffs defeated their number one opponent, Johnson Bible College. They also scored on and lead the game against nationally ranked Tusculum College. The Buffs have only scored on Tusculum once since the beginning of the Milligan Soccer program. As always, the team excelled in sportsmanship on and off the field even in the face of defeat. 138 Soccer Milligan Coll ege 1982 Soccer Schedule Montreat — Anderson 0pp. Milligan Johnson Bible College 3 Brevard 2 3 Montreat — Anderson 8 Transylvania University 4 1 Johnson Bible College 2 5 Tennessee Wesleyan 4 3 Covenant College 5 Warren — Wilson 12 Tusculum 9 King 4 2 Tusculum 5 Bryan 6 9 Record 2-11 - - »- ' i. " - ■■ ' • ;-.;■, -s;- ■• ' » ' ? Top left: Jose Padilla takes shot at goal during win against Johnson Bib le. Lower left: Eric gets by his man during Transylvania win. Left: Coach talks to goalie Rob Kastens during half time. Below: Rob saves a cornerkick during win against Transylvania. : ' " : i%vil - .tfi.iiX.J Mg Soccer 1 39 Teamwork Counts Baseball . . . Coach Ron Reed led the Milligan Baseball team to a second place spot in the conference finals this year. With the final Conference game being rained out, the Buffs were not given the opportunity to achieve a tie for first place. With a young team, the Buffs overcame numerous obstacles to push to great heights in the season. This season, the Buffs had a few superstars, but the team working together as a whole is what made the Buffs the team they became. Extreme above right: Teammates Randy Lambert, Mickey Clifton, and John Hutchins congratulate each other on a job well done. Above right: The bench closely watches the action on the field. Right: Mickey Clifton dodges a close ball. 140 Baseball Kneeling: Curtis Booher, Randy Lambert, John Hutchins, David Hamilton, Tim Morris, and Tony Lingerfelt. Standing: Tom Phillips. Randy Dickerson, Sam Sparks, Todd Schrock, B.J. Guinn, Mickey Clifton, Darryl Darcus, and Coach Ron Reed. 1 VIen ' s Baseball Schedule March 9 ETSU March 14 ETSU March 15 Appalachian State March 19 Tennessee Wesleyan March 21 Clinch Valley March 23 King College April I University of Tenn. April 4 Tusculum April 6 King College April 8 Carson-Newman April 12 Lincoln Memorial April 15 Emory and Henry April 16 Tennessee Wesleyan April 17 Clinch Valley April 19 King College April 20 Cumberland College April 22 Carson-Newman April 23 ETSU April 25 Tusculum April 29 Cumberland College April 30 Lincoln Memorial Left: Todd Schrock fulfills his duty as catcher. Above left: Players hustle in from the outfield. T ' ' :-»»- ' ' -- :. Baseball 141 Girls Struggle Softball . . . This season ' s weather forecast was RAIN! That was the usual prediction on game day for the Lady Buffs. With rain and a new coach, Joe Lewis (re- placing Dr. Pat Bonner) at the helm, the girls put together a 5-15 record for the season. The team was young with only two seniors on the starting ten. Even with a low winning record, the Lady Buffs were outstanding as a quality team and the future holds great promises for the women. As always the women represented the student body with pride as they bat- tled throughout the season. Above right: Cindy Alber plays third base with style. Front row: Cindy Alber, Pam Kettelson, Sheri Whattenbarger, Kim Ross, Lynn Bar- ton, and Candy Potter. Middle row: Bonnie Gardiner, Gayle Tabor, Annette O ' Neil, Linda Williams, and Connie Gardiner. Back row: Assistant Coach Rob Lehman, Darlyn Gordon, Helen Fuqua, Coach Joe Lewis, and manager Susan Currier. 142 Softball ' p.. Ssi.lawii Ji- ' afSsK.iJ ' i ' ' 3 ' jtolS»5fc ' ' ' i- ' ' - ' » ' V. iottari iA • .i ' w jg£Sj .iJ «s! W i Extreme above: Kim Ross displays her pitching style. Left: Shortstop Sheri Whattenbarger stops another ground ball. Above: Second baseman Linda Williams concentrates on the ball. Softball 143 15 30 Women ' s tennis . . . The 1983 Women ' s Tennis team actually existed in the spring despite many obstacles. The budget cuts left no money for a team but with the help of individual donors and clubs and organizations the girls scraped together enough money to have an eleven-match season. With four returning players, the team had high hopes of having a winning season. This goal was just missed, though, with a final record of 5 wins and 6 losses. The highlight of the season was the trip to the VSAC Conference tournament in Nashville. Chris Riley used his expert tips to serve as coach and Jack Knowles, Ron Eversole, Tim Dillon, and Rob Gardi- ner skillfully drove the van and served as coaches on away matches. Above right: Chris Riley strol es a perfect forehand. Below right: Edwina Young shows her unique style of service. ro tC . Women ' s Tennis Schedule Montreat-Anderson Won Virginia Interment Lost Lincoln Memorial U. Lost King College Won Lincoln Memorial U. Lost King College Won Virginia Interment Won Emory and Henry Lost Clinch Valley Won Clinch Valley Lost Emory and Henry Lost Seated: Shara Harbaugh, Alyssa Swiney, and June Byrd. Standing: Denise Anderson, Lisa Hays, Edwina Young, Nancy Steinbach, and Lori DeVore. 144 Tennis 40 GAME!!! Men ' s tennis . . . The men ' s tennis team went through a growing season this year. With basically a new team, the tennis Buffs finished their season with a 2-6 record. The tennis program continued this year after it had been terminated at one time because of budget cuts. The grace and talent of the tennis Buffs was obvious despite their losing season. High hopes and plans for a greater team lie ahead, but as for this year, it was one of challenge and enjoyment for all who participated — spectators as well as players. Left: Nancy Steinbach is in full concentration during her close doubles match against Emory and Henry College. Front row: Tony Mellencamp, Mark Tuttle, Scott Shaw, and Tracy Moore. Back row: Rich Aubrey, Chris Riley, Steve Cummins, and Coach Duard Walker. Above left: Shara Harbaugh and Lisa Hays are ready to win their doubles match. Left: Scott Shaw reaches low for a forehand volley. Far left: Mark Tuttle: " Ah, come on! Was that really out? " Tennis 145 Water Buffs Members of the Water Buffs Swim Club include: 1st row: Cindy Jackson, Darius Lescene, John Smith, and Ted Pierce. 2nd row: Valerie Harvey, Steve Cummins, Ken Means, Mike Brown, and Dave Robinson. 3rd row: Jim Burgen, Robin Carter, Diana Young, Chris Riley, Terry Brinkley, Margaret Winkler, Corri Casatta, Anne Stilwell, Rachelle Denning, and Duane Warrington. 4th row: Pam Gee and Dr. Charles Gee (sponsors). Right: Water Buffs get keyed up during a meet. Above right: John Smith takes a breath during competition. 146 Swim Club Stroke to Victory 4 With co-captains Anne Stilweli and Ted Pierce, the Milligan Water Buffs had a great 1982-1983 season. De- spite tough competition from the University of North Carolina at Ashville and Pfieffer College, the Buffs ended with a winning record. The annual Swim-A-Thon in September began the sea- son for the team. Several overnight trips to North Caroli- na were highlights for the team members. The team was formed by some very excellent individ- uals and many records were broken this year. Traci Reel and Margaret Winkler were record breakers for the girls. The men ' s team was exceptionally strong with new team members Dave Robinson, Steve Cummins, John Smith, Chris Hughston, Jon Nordstrom, and Brent Jasper. The team is indebted to Dr. Charles Gee and his wife Pam for outstanding coaching and support. They have been sponsors for the Water Buffs for six years and have put a lot of time and effort into the club. Left: Duane Warrington concentrates on the finish line. Above left: Mike Brown dives into the race. Swim Club 147 Adventure! Excitement! Fun! The average student does not participate in inter- collegiate athletics, but rather, they spend their free time playing games, camping, caving, running, etc. What makes these students go through the trouble of biking across Florida over spring break, or camp- ing in the snow and having to walk five miles to tow n when the car won ' t start? There can only be one answer. That answer is that we are college students. College students can get away with anything. After- all, we have to have some fun stories to tell our grandchildren! Right: Tom Caraway enjoys a rough ride while rock sliding. Below; Pardee ' s homemade water slide sweeps away another victim. Below right: Greg Moffat and Bunny repel Pardee Hall. Extreme below right: Snow sculpturing is a favorite activity in the winter. 148 Sports . v jc Track Team Lacks Participants The track and cross country teams felt the pinch of the budget cuts this year. With a roster of minimal run- ners, the track team participated in only a few meets, including indoor winter track. With little money to support them they did what they could with what they had. The cross country team came to a close this past season with a record of no wins. How- ever, the team is growing and plans for a better team with more money in the future. Both teams should be commended for their outstanding ef- forts with little rewards. Extreme above: Johnathan Woodring lets his javelin fly. Left: Eric Hobson works on his javelin technic. Above: Eric Hobson and " Woody " Woodring take a few " jabs " at each other between events. Track 149 Intramurals Offer Exercise, The Intramural program at Milligan is designed to meet the needs of the student in an active physical program. The program is organized by an intramural council and the stu- dents on this committee make up all the rules and the deci- sions concerning these rules. The main activities include football, co-ed flag football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. There are also individual and doubles competitions in such events as tennis, badmin- ton, racquetball. and ping-pong. New activities this year in- cluded water polo, bowling, and women ' s basketball. Right: The guys play a rigorous game of basketball. Below: Rusty Duncan is ready to slam it back to Diane Knauer. Below right: Greg Noble concentrates on how he will escape the defense. 150 Intramurals Competition, and Fellowship Below: We can ' t play basketball without a goal! Intramurals 151 152 Ads " : «. r- ?V PATRONS Keep in Step! From the Students, Faculty, Staff and Administration of EMMANUEL SCHOOL of RELIGION CensratuI aliens e%s CLASS OF 19B3 £ s grayer for OloMg isiom f2 GOD. let the tlrmament of r— (XV heaven be shattered. 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Chemistry Math. 1810 Fairway Dr. Johnson City, TN 37601 BUFORD ERIC DEATON— " Deemer, Ear Ache, Head, The Man With the Truck " — Reli- gious Affairs 2, 3; Leave It to Beaver Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Affairs 1, 2, 3, 4; Pardee Shrimp Club 3; Pardee Parrot Club 4. Business Administration Accounting, Psychology. 2113 Edgehill Dr. Johnson City, TN 37601 CRYSTAL STARLENE DEBORD— " Star- lene " — Academic Scholarship !, 2; Carla Keys Scholarship 1; Student Union Board 1, 2; Wom- en ' s Ensemble 1, 2; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; Delta Kappa 4; Team Leader 2, 3. Business Administra- tion Office Administration and Marketing. P.O. Box 502 Erwin, TN 37650 ERIC VICTOR DEEMER— " ED, Patrick Priest " — Milligan Men 1, 2, 3; SCEC 2, 3, 4; Cir- cle K 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, President 3; Certified Interpreter for the Deaf, ITAP; IMAGE 1; Haiti Mission Trip ' 83 4; Rich Acres Ministry; National Youth Awardee, Religious Heritage of America; Board Member for Regional Center for the Hear- ing Impaired, J.C, TN. Biology Psychology, Sec- ondary Education. E c o 400 Hunter Ave. Ellwood City, PA 16117 412—752-8836 STEPHEN ADAM DELONG— " Junior, SAD, Delongski, jerk-face, Lefty " — Webb Dorm Coun- cil 2, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; " Wittiest " 4; Tennis Team 2; Social Learning Scholarships 2, 3; Milligan Men 1; Creeking Victim 4; ' of the " Perfect Cou- ple " 4; SGA groupie 4. History Bible. c o 11516 River Dr. E. Carmel, IN 46032 RACHELLE OLINDA JAMES DENNING— " Roach " — Swim Club I, 2, 3, 4. Captain 2, 3; SCEC 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Learning Center Tutor 3, 4; Sutton Dorm Council 3; Special Educa- tion Award 4. Education K-8 Special Education K-12 and Psychology. 5925 Creekview Dr. Clarence Center, NY 14032 MICHAEL R. DEROCHIER— " Mike " —Busi- ness Scholarship 4, National Dean ' s List 4; Magna Cum Laude 4. Accounting History. 744 Madrona Ave. f ' ' ' Monmouth, OR 97361 JAMES EDWARD DODD— " JD, Jim, Isaiah Whitefeather " — Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Con- cert Promoter 1. 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council (Webb) 3, 4; Mission Club 1, 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2; Milligan Men 1; Drama 1, 2, 3, 4; D.A. ' s Hitman 1, 2, 3. Accounting Ph i losophy. 2 South 041 Lloyd Avenue ■;? Lombard, IL 60148 j NORA MAE DORTON— " Dora Norton, or That-girl-who-studies-a-lot " — Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Class V.-Pres. 3; Political Science Organi- zation 3, Sec. 3; First Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, Elemen- tary Education Social Studies. sfe c o William H. Dorton 1853 U.S. 50 Hillsboro, OH 45133 JOHN LYNDON DYER— " Sir Nose " — Basket- ball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Nut Squad 1,2,3,4; Faculty Athle- tic Committee 3; Dean ' s List 4; Senior Sweetheart 4; Engagement 4; " Cutest Smile " 4. Physical Edu- cation History. 3144 Chelsea Dr. Lexington, KY 40503 GREGORY GLENN EDMUNDSON— " Big Ed, Greg " — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Conference 4; Disciplinary Committee 3; Nut Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Business Administration Math. 102 Park Court Johnson City, TN 37601 MARK S. ELY— " Vita, Vita-Man, Mad Hat- ter " — 1978 Transfer from CBC; Milligan Track 3; Weight Club 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 1,2, 3; Soccer Club 1 , 2, 3; Dean ' s List 4; SNEA 4, Sec. 4; Li ft-a- thon 4. Health Physical Education English. 3340 Bethel-Concord Rd. Bethel, OH 45106 ELIZABETH RENEE EPPS— " Renee " — Varsi- ty Cheerleader 2; Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4; Wom- en ' s Tennis 3; SNEA 4, V-Pres. 4. Health Phys- ical Education Bible. 9501 Moody Park Circle Overland Park, KS ROYCE E. EVERETTE, JR.— " Royce " — Busi- ness Administration Math. 109 Martinsborough Road Greenville, NC 27834 JERI L. FISHER— " Fish " — Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Basketball 1, 2, 3. Health Physical Education Home Econom- ics. 1534 Touchton Road, Lutz, FLA 33549 BONNIE SUE GARDINER — " BonTon, Shorty " — Softball 1,3,4; Track 2; Basketball 2, 3; Basketball Mgr. Statistician 4; 1st Dean ' s List 2, 4; 2nd Dean ' s List 3, 4; SNEA 4, Treas. 4; Hardin Treas. 2, 3; Library Buffs 4; Intramural Sports 4; Scholarship 4. Health Physical Education Biol- ogy. 10119 Lomond Dr. S Manassas, VA 22110 CONNIE SUE GARDINER— " Crouton, Con- ton, Shorty, Twin, Con, Short Stuff, Bookends " — Softball 1, 3, 4; Track 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3; SGA representative 4; Hardin Hall Dorm Pres. 4; Assistant Director of Intramurals 4; Class Historian 3; Referee 4. Health Physical Educa- tion Biology. 10119 Lomond Dr. Manassas, VA 22110 VICKI LYNNE GARDNER— " Vicki " — Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; Intramural Council 3; Walters State Community College transfer 3. Ele- mentary Education and Health Physical Educa- tion. Route 5 Box 18 Morristown, TN 37814 ROBIN DARREL GARDNER— " Sir Robin, Rob " DARLYN MICHELLE GORDON— " Shell " — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Basketball: Led NAIA Conference in Rebounds; Morristown College MVP, Best Offensive and Defensive Play- er, Most Rebounds. Physical Education Health Biology. 912 3rd Place South Phenix City, AL 36867 MARK E. GOTCHALL— " Mark " — Pardee . Change must occur lest death come, (trb) . . . Being head resident in a female dorm has some advantages, (rsb) . . . Beware of falling jars in Hart showers! (dkc) Senior Directory 163 Redneck % 3, 4: Intramurals !. 2, 3. 4; Varsity Track 2; Varsity Basketball 3. Business Adminis- tration Psychology. 6330 Willowdale Ave. Waynesburg. OH 44688 RICHARD A. GRAY— " Rick ' " Track 1.2.3.4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Letterman: Political Sci- ence Club 4: Superlative 4: " Biggest Flirt " . Busi- ness .Administration and Human Relations FV. 607 Vt ' oodhaven Dr. Johnson City. TN 37601 CHERYL ANN GREEN— " Cheryl " lntramu- ral Sports 1, 2. Office .Administration. 12401 Stretton Lane Bowie. MD 20715 2. 3, 4: Register of Outstanding Graduates: Na- tional Dean ' s List. Elementary Education; Biology. 14539 Riverside Dr. SB Ft. Myers. FLA 33905 LAURA MAE HERRON— " Laura " ' — Secretar- ial Science RR 3, Box 83 EdwardsviUe, IL 62025 MELISSA RENEE HILL— " Charlie " — Pres. Commuters ' Club 3; Founder ' s Daughter Candi- date 4; Student Government Rep. 3; Cafeteria Slave 1. 2. 3. 4; Honorary Janitor 2. 3, 4. Social Agencies Business .Adm. Rt 2. Box 316 Johnson Citv. TN 37601 DAVID G. JOHNSTON— " Dave " — Track 3; I.C.U. 3, 4. Business Adm. Bible. 14400 Indian Rocks Rd. Largo, FLA 33540 K DONNA JEAN KIDNER— " Donna " — Helicon 1, 2, 3; SG.A — Treasurer 2. 3: President 4; Resi- dent .Assistant 3. 4: Handicap Swimming 2: Founder ' s Daughter 4: Class Officer 1 ; TN Inter- collegiate State Legislature 2. 3: Senior Superla- tives — " Most Likeh to Succeed. Best Dressed ' ' ; Political Science Club 3, 4. Human Relations Track 3 5 Bible. 3236 116th Street Grant. MI 49327 JOHN DAVID GREEN— " Doc " — Jazz Ensem- ble 1; Milligan Men 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, V.- Pres 1 , Pres. 2, 3; Image 1.2; SGA 2. 3; Webb R.A. 3; Marriage 4. Biology Chemistry and Psycholo- g.v- c o Harold W. Green 12401 Stretton LN. Bowie. MD 20715 KAREN SUE GWINN— " Karen " H JOHN B. HALL— " John. U.J., Too Tall " — Row- die dorm council 3; Helicon Staff 1. 2, 3, 4; Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA representative 3; Lead singer of CBB; Jerk Band 2, 3, 4; Janitor 2, 3, 4; Charter member of Milligan Yacht Club 4. Humanities English. Rt. 19 Box 120 Johnson City. TN 37601 DAVID O. HAMLIN— " Hammer. Hamel- head " — Baseball 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 2; Assoc, of Christian Ministries 2, 3, 4; Nut Squad 2, 3, 4; Kroger Walk " 82; Water Ballooning 3. 4; .Assistant Coach to Women ' s Basketball 4; Intramural Sports 3. 4; IMAGE 1. 2. Bible and Business Ad- ministration. c o Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin 3405 Westndge Circle Lexington. KY 40502 SHARA ANNE HARBAUGH— " Shara " — Women ' s Tennis 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; Buf- falo Staff 3. 4, Editor 4; Science Club 3. 4. Busi- ness .Administration History. 2844 W. 26th St. Joplin, MO 64801 JOSEPH D. HARVEY— " Joe " — Central Fla. Bi- ble College: Basketball 3. 4; Dean ' s List 4; Educa- tion Team ' s Sound Technician for Ensemble; Mil- ligan; Intramural Softball and Basketball 4. Bible History. 14539 Riverside Dr. SE Ft. Myers. FLA 33905 VALERIE G. HARVEY— " Valerie " — Swim Club2, 3, 4; Track and Field 3; First Dean ' s List 1, BRENDA LYNN HOOD— " Brenda " — Intra- murals 1. 2. Office Adm. 2195 Dolphin Blvd South St. Petersburg. FLA 33707 JOHN T. HOPKINS— " Big John. Big Guy " — Cafeteria Janitor 3. 4; Cafeteria Student Worker 1,2. 3. 4. Business .Adm. Psychology. 1960 N. Post Rd. Indianapolis. IN 46219 SHERETTA C. HOUSTON— " C.C. " — Basket- ball 3. 4: Track 3. Human Relations Health. 1741 Westwood .Ave. Atlanta. GA VICTOR DARNELL HUNTER— " ' Vic " I JEFFREY INGRAM— " Jeff— Cross Country 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pardee Hail 2. 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; Original Shrimp Gang Member. Math English. 201 East Church West Salem. IL 62476 CYNTHIA DIANE JACKSON— " C.J., Glitch, Ceige, Cin. Hey You. Cin-Jack. Cin-balls " — Class Rep. 1.2; Jubilation Corp. 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Vol- leyball 3; Tennis 1; Madrigals 4. Biology Chemis- try. 4623 East 700 South Lafayette. IN 47905 TY LIN JOHNSON— " Moondog. Mai-Ty " — Pardee Dorm Council 2, 3. 4; Pardee Pres. 3. 4; Stampede Photographer 3. 4; Soccer 2, 3; Social .Affairs Comm. 3; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4; Sea Mon- key Club 3: " Leave It to Beaver " Club 3, 4; Noon- time Frisbee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Rocket Club 1, 3; Yachting Club 4; Fetal Pig Club 3: Future Optom- etrists 1. 2; Hayride Water-ballooning I. 2. 3, 4; Geek Raiding Squad 1 , 2. 3. 4; Shrimpers Anony- mous 2. Business Adm. Physical Ed. 520 Grant Si. Williamsport, IN 47993 KATHRYN JILL KILEKAS— " Jill " LOIS EILEEN KING— " Burger Woman " — Stu- dent Council of Exceptional Children 3; Secre- tary — Membership Chairman 4. Psychology Special Ed. Elementary Education. 3565 Kernersville Rd. Winston-Salem, N.C. 27107 MICHAEL A. KING— " Mike " — Cum Laude; Varsity Basketball 2. 3: Dean ' s List for Scholastic Achievement: Organization .Aid Comm. 4; Cam- pus Crusade for Christ 1; Outreach Group 2, 3; Student Orientation Team Leader 4. Business Adm. Bible. 1417 East Converse Springfield. IL 62702 PHILIP KING— " Phil " — Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4: Christian Ministries 4; Phi Beta Lamda 3; Hayride 1. 2, 3. 4; Jerk Band 3. 4. Business Adm. Bible. P.O. Box 1228 High Point, N.C. 2726! SANDRA RICHLEY KROH— " Sandy " —Bas- ketball 2; Second Dean ' s List 1 , 2; English Health. 2677 Merrimac Toledo. OH 43606 STEVEN L. LEACH— " Steve " — Soccer 1. 2, 3. Human Relation Track 3 Psychology. Rt. 8, Box 285 Jonesboro. TN 37659 DARIUS LESCENE— " Darius " ROBERT D LEHMAN— " Tattoo. Rob " — Dorm Council I. 2. 3; Dorm Pres. Webb 4; Psy- chology Cl ub 3. 4: Environmenta Inc. 2, 3. 4: Phi Club 2.3.4; SG.A 4; Milligan Mile 1 ; Team Lead- er 3. Psychology Physical Health and Educa- tion. P.O. Box 154 Weston. OH 43569 M DANA JOY McBRA ER— " Dana " — second in Our ultimate goal as Christians is to live life as Christ live, (gee) . . . Bark at the moon! (bed) ... If the things you are doing are not worthwile then they are 164 Senior Directory class ranking, 2; traffic court 3, 4: Disciplinary committee 3; Dorm Council (Hardin) 4; Dean ' s List 4; R.A. (Hardin) 4; Inorganic Lab Assistant 4. Biology Chemistry. c o M M Daniel L. McBrayer 1924 Hwy. 155 North McDonough, GA. 30253 ■ " MlCHELE MCFARLAND— " Cheie " — Dean ' s List 2; Intramural Volleyball 2. Secretarial Sci- ence Humanities. 601 North Wheeler Griffith, IN 46319 (219) 923-2163 WILLIAM DOUGLAS MclNTOSH — " Tosh " — Soccer 3; Jubilation Corporation 3, 4; AGAPE 2; Milligan Men 2; Dorm Council (Webb) 2; PROMISE 3. Biology Chemistry. P.O. Box 201 Milligan College, TN 37682 LEAH MARIE MAGESTRO— " Leah " — Bas- ketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, Coach 3. Health Physical Education Psychology. c o 8216 Nichols St. SE Masury, OH 44438 STEPHEN MICHAEL MAJORS— " Steve, Bruce " — Milligan Men 1 , 2; Circle K 1 , 2, Pres. 2: American Studies Program, Washington, D.C. 3; Science Club 4; Madrigal Manager 3, 4. Business Administration Psychology. 6560 East Raymond St. Indianapolis, IN 46203 CINDY LYNN MILLER— " Cindy Lou Who, Cinderoo, Cin " — Women ' s Ensemble 1, 4; Stam- pede 4; Science Club 2; Service Seekers 3, 4; Dorm Council (Hardin) 4; Secretary 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 4. Secretarial Science Bible. 110 Buckingham Dr. Lynchburg, VA 24502 GREGORY K. MOFFATT— " Moofin " — AGAPE 2; Stampede 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4; Buffalo Staff 1 , 2; Social Affairs; Athle- tic Affairs; Jerk Band member 4. Psychology Bi- ble. 440 Kimberly Lane, Plainfield, IN 46168 OR Box 486 Milligan College, Milligan, TN 37682 JULIUS FRANK MOODY— " Jeff ' PATTY ANN MORRELL— " Patty " — ETSU CSF 2, 3, 4; Milligan Concert Choir 2, 3; Spiritual Affairs Committee 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Haiti Ex- pedition 4. Psychology, Human Relations English. Route 2, Box 85 Bluff City, TN 37618 EARLA LYNN MUIR— " Earla " — Biology Chemistry. 14195 Charm Hill Dr. Sidney, OH 95365 N ELLYN ELIZABETH NESBIT— " Ellyn " — Cross Country 1 , 2, 3, 4. Business Administration Office Administration. 216 W. Morgan Dixon, IL 61021 JAMES W. GARMONDEH NYAN- NANKPE— " James W. Morgan " — Mathemat- ics Bible. P.O. Box 2 Lower Buchanan, Liberia West Africa O CECILIA ADEKUNMI OMOJOLA— " Ceci- lia " — History French. 43 Ikere Rd. Ado-Ekiti, ONDO State Nigeria WAYNE OOSTING— " Wayne " — Traffic Court Chief Justice 3; RA (Pardee) 4; Academic Affairs Committee. Bible Business Administration. Box 129 Milligan College, TN 37682 JOHN S. PAYNE— " John " — Boy Scout Leader 3, 4; Outdoor Skill School, Ruritan Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. Biology Chemistry. Route 1, Box 450 Telford, TN 37690 TED MATTHEW PIERCE— " Ted " TERESA KAY PIPER— " T " — Volleyball 1, 2, Captain 2; All-State Volleyball 1, All District East Tennessee 2, All State VSAC 2; Softball 1; All State Softball 1. Office Management. c o M M Wiliian Piper Bo!i, 175 Crlton, OH 43013 KIMBERLY FAY POTEET— " Kimmie " — Buf- falo 3, 4; Intramural Sports 4; Hardin Hall Vice- Pres. 4; Psychology Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Drama 4; Track Assistant 1, 2. Psychology Business. 733 Maple Dr. Reading, OH 45215 MATTHEW LESTER PORTWOOD— " Matt " DREMA GALE PUGH— " Drema " LISA K. WALKER RADER— " Walka-Walka- Walka " — Swim Team 1, 2; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Chamber Singers 3, 4; Musical, " The Apple Tree " I; Drama, " Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead " 2. Business and Psychology. c o 531 W, State Line Rd. Toledo, OH 43612 KATHLEEN JOANN REA— " Kathy, Kate, K. Rea, CPA Rea, Cathode Raytube, Mrs. Delong, MOI, Sunshine " — French Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2; SUB 1, 2, 3, Treas. Film Director; R.A. (Hart) 2, 3; Band 1; Service Seekers 1, 2, 3, 4; Director of Bathroom Ministries (Hardin) 4; Penta F 1 ; Ex-R. A. Club 3, 4; " The Clique " 4; Food Monger Club 4; Intramural Softball (The Nut Squad) 4; Stam- pede 4, Business Manager; ' : of the Perfect Cou- ple; Friendliest 4. Accounting French and Bible. 2630 N. Charles Road Marion, IN 46952 CAROLYN SCAREM REDDEN— " Carolyn " DOUGLAS M. RHOADES— " Doug " — Ac- counting and Human Relations. c o Bill Rhoades 118 E. lOth Ave Johnson City, TN 37601 MICHAEL WAYNE RILEY— " Michael " LYDIA RIVERA— " Leeeee-dia " — Dorm Coun- cil (Sutton) 3; Handicapped Swimming 2. 3; Swim Team 2; Tutoring 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3. Psychology Elementary Education Special Education. LF-S Juan L. Ramos 8th Section Levittown, Puerto Rico 00632 CHRISTOPHER WILSON ROBINSON— " Chris, Bruce, Spots " — Pardee Rowdies 1; Milli- gan Men 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Assoc, of Christian Ministries 3; Bruce Club 4; Madhatters 1 , 2; Dorm Council (Webb) 3, 4; Comic Book Collector WSA 1568. Bible Psychology. 704 Maple Lane Brownsburg, IN 46112 ' Beth " — Accounting ELIZABETH K. ROSS- Bible. 235 S. Jefferson St. Gallon, OH 44833 CHARLES R. SANDERS II— " Charles, Chick, Chuck, Sandy " — Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Chamber Singers 2, 3, 4; SGA Secretary 3; Resi- dent Assistant (Webb) 3, 4; Milligan Men 1; Steering Committee, Self-Study 3. Chemistry and Math. 1245 Littlejohn Dr. Columbus, OH 43227 JACQUELINE ANN SCHLEGEL— " Jack- ie " — Summa Cum Laude. Business Administra- tion Bible. 4655 Flake Rd. Martinsville, IN 46151 KEVIN SCOTT SETHMAN— " Arch, Ar- chie " — Class President 4; Pardee Dorm Council 3, 4; Outstanding Accounting Student 4; Geek Raid Planning Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Hyder Auditorium Redecorating Committee 3; Waterballooning Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jerk Band 2, 3, 4. Accounting Bible. 2719 Todda Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46229 GREGORY L. SMALL— " Greg " — Class Pres. worthless, (evd) ... In every man there is a dwarf trying to emerge. Don ' t stifle your dwarfl (jed) . . . That ' s not the point! (cag) . . . Run a mile in my shoes, (rag) Senior Directory 165 I : -iMAGE " 1 . 2, 3; " Cry Wolf 4; Milligan Men 1 , 2; Show Choir 4; Greek Award 2; Who " s Who 4; Long Range Planning Committee 3, 4; Theresa Culberson 3, 4: " Happy Hosers " Volleyball 4. So- ciology and Bible Greek. 5764 Sigmon Way, Fairfield, OH 45014 BARBARA SUSETTE SMITH— " Barb " — Soc- cer Team Statistician 1, 2, 3; SCEC 2; Handi- capped Swimming Program 2; Dorm Council (Sutton) 3; Intramural Volleyball 3; Religious Af- fairs Committee 4; Milligan Outreach Ministries 4; 2nd Dean ' s List 4. Human Relations Ill Human Relations IV. 3035 Harpool Rd. Plainfield. IN 46168 BOYD CARTER SMITH BYRON EVERETT SMOCK— " Byron " — Hyder Redecorating Committee 3; FBLA 4. Ac- counting Political Science. Box 176 Clayton, IN 46118 SUZANNE ROSS SNYDER— " Suzie, T.H. ' V Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 2, 3; SGiA Representative 2,3,4; Service Club 1 ; Who ' s Who 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 1; Lone Sisk Scholarship 3: Top Class Ranking 1, 2, 3, 4;Summa Cum Laude. Biology Chemistry. c o Robert C. Ross 1001 Mae Drive, Houston, Te.xas 77015 KENNETH M. SOURS— " Ken " — Human Rela- tions III Bible. c oM M Kermit Sours 3989 Harper Ave. Norton, OH 44203 ANNE MARIE STILWELL— " Heidi " — Varsi- ty Waterbuffs 1, 2, 3, 4; R.A. 3; Ex-R A. Club 4; The " Clique " 4; S-B Club 4; P.R. Club 4. Business .Administration Bible. 2750 California Ct. Columbus, IN 47201 KATHRYN ROSE SUCHAN— " Kathy. Suki. Sooch-an, Carrot Top, Orange Head, Sukiyaki " — Dorm Council (Hart) 2, 3, Pres. 3; Science Club 1 , 2, 3; Service Seekers 1 , 2. 3; Stampede 4; Publica- tions Board 3; Tom Banks Fan Club 4, Pres. 4; Self-Study Committee 3. Nursing and Bible Biol- ogy. Rl. 2, Box 2466 Paul, Idaho 83347 ROBERT ALAN SUTHERLAND— " Bobaroo, B obbikins " — Helicon 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; SGA Re- presentative 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; In- iramurals 2, 3; Jerk Band 2, 3, 4; Maneuvers 2. 3, 4; Coo 2, 3, 4. Human Relations Ill and Business Administration. Route 9 Box 130 Greenfield, IN 46140 G.H. SWAIN, JR.— " Buddy " — Class President 1; Freshman Academic Award 1; Choir 1; Student Council 1 ; Athletic Committee 1 ; Male Quartet 1 ; Intramural Football 3, 4. Bible Greek. P.O. Box 723 _ " ■ Milligan College, TN 37682 " " " " ■ ' REBECCA ROBBINS SWAIN — " Becky, Preacher, Mom " — Class Pres. 1; Freshman Aca- demic Award 1 : Choir 1; Devotional Life Commit- tee 2; Evangelism Club 2; Class Treas. 2; Expec- tant Mother 4. Bible Sociology P.O. Box 723 Milligan College, TN 37682 PAUL H. TARR— " Paul " — Soccer 1 , 2, 3, 4; Vol- leyball; Liberian Student Association, President; Student Teacher; Cafeteria Janitor; International Student Association. Biology and Christian Educa- tion Buchanan Christian Church Box 2 Buchanan, Liberia West Africa JENNIFER LYNNE TAYLOR— " J or J.T. " — Varsit) Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Business Administra- tion Physical Education. Route 3. Box 322 Jonesboro, TN 37659 GENEVIEVE CECELIA THOMAS— " Gen " — Business Administration Political Science. 3614 Ventnor Road Roanoke. VA 24014 MARCUS L. TUTTLE— " Mark ' —Varsity Ten- nis 2, 3, 4; Chief Justice of Traffic Court 4; East- man Kodak Scholarship 4; Business and Science Scholarship 4 Accounting and Mathematics. c o M M BR. Tuttle 685 Westphal Ave. Columbus, OH 43213 MICHAEL L. TUTTLE— " Mike " — Milligan Men 1 ; Jazz Ensemble 1 ; Concert Band 1 ; Tennis Team 2; R.A. (Pardee) 4; Sandy 1, 2, 3, 4. Bible Greek. 685 Westphal Ave. Columbus, OH 43213 MARCIA DIANE VICK- " Marcia " — Cheer- leader I; Student Council 1 ; Women ' s Ensemble 2; Intramural Softball 3; Phi Beta Lambda 4; Senior Class Treas. 4. Office .Administration Business Administration. 203 State St. Elizabethtown, KY 42701 VICTOR LEE VOGT— " Flake, Vic, Face-eat- er " — Concert Choir 1,2, 3, Accompanist 3; Assoc, of Christian Ministries 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Who ' s Who 4; Pardee Rowdies 1. 2, 3, 4; Water- ballooning 1, 2, 3. 4; Marriage 4; Daystar 2; Per- kins Study Club 1 , 2; Don ' t Study Club 3, 4. Bible Greek and Business Administration. 909 SE Greystone Bartlesville, OK 74003 W KEVIN K. WARD— " Kevin " — Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. Business Adminis- tration and Economics Psychology. Rt. 2 Hampton, TN 37658 RANDALL R. WARREN— " Randy " — Schol- ar ' s Award from Broward Community College 1; Dean ' s List at ACC 2; Milligan Men 3; Fine Arts Club 3. 4, Pres. 3, 4; Webb R.A. 4; Concert-Lec- ture Committee 4; Sparr award 4; Polarbears 4. English Philosophy. 1121 SW 19th St. Ft. Lauderdale, FLA 33315 DUANE MARIE WARRINGTON — " Duane " — Roanoke Bible College: Class Treas. 1 , 2; Freshman Chorus 1; Choral Club 2; Master ' s Twelve 2; Milligan: Hart Dorm Council 3, 4, V.- Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Student Life Committee 4; Reli- gious Affairs 4; Swim Club 4; Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4; Show Choir 3; Handicapped Swim- ming 3; ICU leader 3. Psychology Sociology. P.O. Box 74 Ocean View, DE 19970 MICHAEL W. WEAD— " Mike " — Bible Greek. 4 Northridge Circle Johnson City, TN 37601 WILLIAM MICHAEL WEEKLEY— " Bill " — SG.A representative 1 . 2; Class Vice-Pres. 3; Milli- gan Men I. 2; Buffalo Ramblers I; Ministerial Assoc, V.-Pres., Treas., and Sec; Springdale Col- lege. England 3. Bible English. 204 Page St. NW Massillon, OH 44646 CYNTHIA ANN WEIDNER— " Cindy " — JBC Intramural Volleyball 1 , 2; SCEC 3, 4; R.A. (Har- din) 4; Dorm Council (Hardin) 4; SNE.A 4; Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4; .Academic .Af- fairs Committee 4. Special Education, Elementary Education, and Psychology. 3114 Hillgate Rd. Columbus, OH 43207 DARCY LEE WETZEL — " Darcy " — Class Rank Scholarship 1; Academic Scholarship 2. 4; Eastman Kodak Scholarship 4; Team Leader 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; Dorm Council (Hart) 4; Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4: Sweetheart Candidate 4; Humanities tour 3. Business .Admin- istration Biology. Box 325 Milligan College. TN 37682 CONNIE CANDACE WITCHER— " Candx. Can-DUSI, S.T., Pooh, Candace-.Anna " — Helicon 1,2,3,4; Buffalo 2.3.4. Co-Editor 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. -Treas. 3, 4: SGA representative 3, 4; " ' Repent Harlequin! ' said the Ticktock Man. ' Get stuffed, " replied the Harlequin. " — Ellison (jbh) . . . Moby Dick was a guppy once, (doh) . (cdj) . . . The Son is a source of energy that need not be conserved, (pk) . . . When in doubt, sell! (smm) . . . Veni, vidi, vicil (pam) . . Viva la Milligan! 166 Senior Directory y g a i -t -- R.A. (Sutton) 3, 4; Humanities Tutor 2, 3, 4; Biol- ogy Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Founder ' s Daughter Runner-Up 4; Who ' s Who 4; English Award 4: Academic Scholarships 1, 3, 4; Women ' s Ensem- ble 2, 3, 4, Pres, 4; BARF 3; Drama 4, Bob 2, 3, 4-I-. English and Biology Chemistry. c o Sam and Connie Witcher Rt. 1, Vance Tank Rd. Bristol, TN 37620 CHARLOTTE K. WITTE— " Chuck, Charlie " — Women ' s Softball 1, 2; Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Sec. 2, 3, 4. Health Physical Education and Elementary Education. Route 2 West Salem, IL 62476 LINDA RENEE WOOTERS— " Renee " — Con- cert Choir 1,2,3, 4, Librarian 1 , V.-Pres, 4; Wom- en ' s Ensemble I; MENC 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, V.-Pres. 4; Chamber Singers 3, 4; Strolling Minstrel 2. Mu- sic Education. c o Larry and Caroline Wooters 8 Olde Farm Rd. East Peoria, IL 61611 DIANA WORNICKI— " Diana " — Freshman Week Team Leader 4; Retention Committee 4. Biology Chemistry. 7395 82nd Ave. N. Pinellas Park, FLA 33565 DIANA LYNN YOUNG— " Betty Joe " — Ex-R. A. Club 4; Varsity Waterbuffs 1, 2, 3, 4; Adver- tisers Club; Drama 1, 2, 3, 4. Math History. 404 Winnerwood Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15237 PATRICIA ANN WOODWARD YOUNG— " Patti or Patt ' e " — Women ' s Ensemble 1; Haiti missionary group 2; Freshman Team Leader 2; Image Wife 2; Intramural Volleyball (Goobs) 3; First and Second Dean ' s List 3. 4; SNEA 4; Hart Hall Dorm Council 4; Disciplinary Committee 4; Delta Kappa 4. Elementary Education with Sci- ence Concentration. P.O. Box 945 Milligan College, TN 37682 For each of you, my friends: This is probably the most difficult letter that I have ever attempted to write. Many times I have written letters to speak my mind while we have been here at Milligan, but only a few times have I ever put a pen to paper in an effort to express my emotion. It has been a continual interest of mine to watch life and understand that it is an endless cycle of end yielding to beginning, and yet one can never seem to find the necessary words to say good-bye to that which is being left behind. If you have ever noticed, it is much easier to say good-bye when you know where your loved one is going and infinitely more difficult when you do not. So it is the same at Milligan; we are leaving behind so much in the way of people and memories. Memories like the Milligan Mile, matriculation. Freshman week, tests, Humanities, the Junior-Senior Banquet, and graduation. Our years here at Milligan have been short, and yet in four years we have laughed at our classmates and cried at the loss of our loved ones. I don ' t know what else I can say as we leave this place that has been our home for these past few years. My hope and prayer for each and every one of you is that you will find what the Lord has planned for your life. I trust that your life has been enriched by your time here, as has mine. I wish you all the best in the years to come and thank you for the joy that I have known as your class president. I wish to leave you with this passage of scripture. It is especially for you, my classmates, " Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. " Psalms 1:1-3 May God bless you all, Kevin S. Sethman , It could always be worse! (Ir) . . . Never tap dance in a minefield, (cwr) . . .There are always possibilities, (kss) . . . Live abundant life! (sirs) . . . Buck the admin- istration; someone must make them think twice! (ras) . . . Roses have petals, basketball has bleachers; What is missing in our churches is a few women preachers! (rrs) " Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children ... " Gal. 5:1 (Irw) Senior Directory 167 Abbott, Lisa: 35. 97 Adams. Christina: 49, 52. 83. 84, 87 Adams, Rana: 41, 101 Adams, Sam: 49 Alber, Cynthia: 142 Aldridge. Jeff: 18 Alexander, Dwayne: 18 Alexander, Gregg: 34, 35, 104 Alexander, Julie: 59 Alford, Roy: 41, 113 Allen, Dr. Bertram: 16. 58, 127 Allen, Derek: 49 Allen. Gregory: 18. 99 Allen. Sandra: 19, 86 Anderson. Barbara: 49 .Anderson. Denise: 35. 144 Anderson. Doug: 68 Andrews. Rod: 19. 75. 112. 138 .Arnold, Laura: 20 Aubrey, Rich: 41, 135, 145 Aubrey, Robin: 20, 135 Audia. Lisa: 41 Aurigema, Gerard: 35, 77. 101 B Bader, Mr. Paul; 59. 118 Ball (Knisley). Donna: 37. 83 Bane. Debra: 35. 120 Banks. Tom: 35. 89 Barker. Karen: 49, 136, 137 Barrett, Edward: 49, 99 Barto, John:41. 108 Barton. Lynn: 49. 56. 126. 142, 175 Battin. Brian: 49 Baumgardner, Pam: 49 Bays. Kimberly: 49, 95 Beatty. Tim: 35, 37 Beck. Kristi: 34, 35, 78, 86 Begley. Beth: 68. 127 Bennett. Cynthia: 49 Bennett. Gregory: 41 Black. Amy: 20, 35, 93 Black. Regina: 41.44. 84, 101 Blackwell. Britton: 35 Blackwell. Sabra: 49, 133 Blanch. Donna: 6, 49 Blanton. Rives: 35 Bledsoe, Kim: 49. 101 Bleier. Jamie: 49. 133 Blevins, Charlotte: 66 Bolton, Hank: 20 Bolus, Philip: 20, 32, 93, 94, 101, 129 Bonner, Dr. Pat: 63, 86. 133 Booher. Curtis: 41, 141 Borneman, Steve: 41 Bostwick, Beth: 35, 83. 87 Bourbon, Rita: 49, 133 Bourn, Jeff: 49, 105, 112, 135 Bowers, Rowena: 63 Bowyer, David: 13, 35, 77, 94, 105, 1 12 Bowyer, Theresa: 48, 49, 78, 83, 94 Beyer, Kim: 35 Boyer, Pam: 49, 55 Bratton, Alan: 41 Brennan. Kathleen: 87, 95, 100 Bright, Mildred: 49 Brinkley, Terry: 41,82, 146 Broach, Glen: 67 Brodfuehrer, Ross: 20, 99, 1 76 Brokaw. Tim: 20, 135 Brooks, Scott: 11,40, 41, 89 Brown, Barry: 10, 41, 83, 160 Brown, Dena: 41 Brown, Mike: 35, 72, 83, 94, 96, 1 10. 112, 146, 147 Brown, Sandra: 35 Brunsman, .Amy: 35 Buck. James: 41 Buckler, Jean: 35. 176 Bullis, Marty: 160 Burbank, Bryanna: 49. 176 Burgen. James: 35, 83, 99, 146 Burnett, Thomas: 20, 77, 82, 99 Butterfieid, Robert: 49 Byrd, Deborah: 12, 35, 74 Byrd, Randy: 21, 74 Byrd, June: 41, 76, 144 Cantanzarite, Denise: 35, 78, 94. 112 Caraway. Thomas: 41. 148, 160 Carmichael, Kay: 21 Carr. Ruth: 5, 40, 41. 94, 96 Carrier, Regina: 15, 35. 86 Carter. Robin: 21, 86, 146 Casatta, Corri: 21, 76, 86, 89, 114, 146 Cash, Troy: 41, 119 Caswell, Allen: 35, 96 Cauble, Beth: 41, 112, 118 Chalmers, Gaye: 49, 55, 112 Chambers, Carlisle: 48, 49, 50, 94, 118 Churchin, Mike: 49, 99, 138 Clark, Gayle: 21, 80 Clark, Dr. Paul: 63 Clifton, Michael: 21, 77, 140, 141 Cluxton, Todd: 41 Coburn, Bryan: 89. 113. 159 Coffman. Michael: 41 Colborn. Thomas: 41, 93 Cooksey, Jonathan: 49 Corey, Michael: 123 Cornwell, Cynthia: 16, 41, 78, 87, 91. 99 Cosgrove, Lauren: 41, 45, 174 Cox, Marsha: 35, 152 Coy, Ladonna: 6, 10, 34, 35, 78, 80, 94, 160 Grain, Pamela: 49 Cramer, Jennifer: 49 Crevelt, Karen: 68 Cross, Rice: 21 Crosswhite, Mrs. Jeanette: 64, 87 Cuddy, Jan: 75 Cuddy, Michael: 21, 75 Culberson, Theresa: 41, 82 Gulp, Bryan: 41 Cummings, Joan: 41 Cummins, Nancy: 78 Cummins, Pete: 78 Cummins, Steve: 49. 138, 145, 146 Currier, Becky: 21, 100 Currier, Susan: 49, 74, 133, 142 D Daffron, Tracy: 41 Daniel, Kelley: 41, 118 Dann, David: 95 Darcus, Darryl: 141 Davidson, Cynthia: 15, 22, 86, 101, 1 12 Davis, Doug: 12, 35, 96 Davis. Randy: 50. 99 Day, Sherry: 10. 35. 101. 1 12 Deaton. Bo: 59 Deaton. Eric: 22 Deaton. Lou: 68 DeBord. Starlene: 9, 22, 36, 90 DeBord. Sidney: 50 Deemer, Eric: 22, 87 DeGreen, Gary: 96 Delong, Stephen: 22, 77 Denning, Brian: 85 Deremer, Daniel: 35 Derochier, Michael: 22 Detraz, Sherry: 35 DeVault. Tim: 42, 44 DeVore, David: 50 DeVore, Lori: 35, 144 DeVries, Cox: 85 Dibble, Dr. Terry: 62 Dickerson, Randy: 141 Dillon, Diane: 36, 90, 91, 98, 101 Dillon, Mr. Tim: 5. 62, 94, 114 Dines, Scott: 50, 87, 90, 91 Dixon, Lynn: 42 Dobbs, John: 36,82,83, 118 Dodd, James: 22, 91 Dorton, Nora: 23 Dougherty, Rebecca: 50. 83 Downhour, Diane: 50, 84, 127 Dowty (Anderson), Sharon: 19, 66, 72 Draper, Treva: 36, 74, 93, 1 19 Duncan, Rusty: 50, 99, 114, 150 Dundas, Mr. Ken: 61 Dunn, Matt: 50 Dunn, Michael: 36 Dunn (Vogt), Nancy: 36, 86 Dyer. John: 23, 112, 135 Edmundson, Greg: 23, 134, 135 Elaman. Lois: 10. 42. 74, 84, 90, 101 Elkins, Renee: 36, 74, 84, 100 Ely, Mark: 23 Epps, Renee: 23 Eshelman. Brenda: 42 Evans, Eric: 36, 82, 99 Eversole, Mr. Ron: 59 Parr, Jeff: 42 Farrier, Dean: 6, 40, 42, 77, 94 Fentress, Karen: 15, 36, 78, 86 Ferguson. Cindy: 42 Fisher. Jeri: 23 Fisher. Tracy: 36 Flentje, Greg: 36 Flora, Carolyn: 12, 50, 175 Flora, Kevin: 50, 82 Fontaine, Phyllis: 58 Foote, Doug: 50 Fowler, Cathy: 50 Francis, Susie: 42, 86 Frazer, Martin: 99 Freeman, Dennis: 98 Fuqua, Mary Helen: 42, 132, 133. 136, 142 Gaffner, Lisa: 5 1 , 50 Gaines, Evelyn: 36 Gardiner, Bonnie: 23, 142, 96 168 Index Gardiner, Connie: 23. 76, 94, 133. 142 Gardiner, Rob: 77, 135 Gardner, Jeannie: 76 Gardner, Rob: 76 Gardner, Vicki: 23, 136 Garland, Lisa: 42 Garland, Robin: 36 Garver, Christina: 50 Gee, Dr. Charles: 65, 120, 146 Gensurowsky, Paul: 15, 42 Gentry, Jnanne: 36. 84 Gephart, Tim: 36, 96 Goehner, James: 50 Gordon, Darlyn: 24, 36, 136, 137, 142 Gosh, John: 95 Gotchall, Mark: 24 Gouge, Patricia: 50, 52 Gower, Phyllis: 50, 72, 80 Gray, Rick: 24, 93 Green, Angela: 42 Green, Cheryl: 24, 129 Greenlee, Mr. James: 67 Greer, Bill: 5, 40, 42, 94 Gregory, Dan: 48, 50, 174 Gross, Mr. Doug: 64, 82, 83 Guernsey, Lorena: 50, 84 Guinn, Bobby: 50, 141 Gwaltney, Julie: 42 Gwaltney, Dr. William: 66, 99 Gwinn, Karen: 24 H Hall, John: 24. 75, 92, 108. 114. 123. 128 Hall, Dr. Robert: 60 Hall, Mrs. Velma: 69, 101 Hamilton, David: 50, 135, 141 Hamlin, David: 24, 136 Hamlin, Steve: 50 Hancock, Beth: 42, 175 Harbaugh, Shara: 24, 90, 93, 101, 1 18, 1 19, 144, 145 Hardwick, Lorna: 42 Harris, Carey: 87 Harris, Mark: 34, 36,83,94, 113 Harrison, Elaine: 36, 82 Harrison, Mrs. Karen: 69 Harry, Melissa: 50 Hartley, Jenny: 50, 96, 98, 101 Harvey, Brad: 51, 80 Harvey, Joseph: 24 Haynes, Petra: 42 Hays, Judy: 42 Hays, Lisa: 36, 101, 130, 144, 145 Helsabeck, Mr. Dennis, Jr.: 62, 100 Henderson, Kelly: 51, 84 Henning, Dana: 51 Hensley, Julie: 36 Hensley, Polly: 40, 42, 72, 96 Herma, Julie: 51, 152 Herron, Laura: 25, 129, 176 Hersey, Anne: 93, 119 Hicks, Messie: 42 Higgins, Dr. Susan: 60 Hill, Charlie: 25 Hill, Mrs. Laura Nell: 69 Hinz, Rich: 51, 109, 114 Hobson, Eric: 51, 136, 149 Hobson, Scott: 48, 51, 100 Hogan, Michael: 51, 176 Holcomb, Roy: 51, 85, 126 Holder, Paul: 6, 51 Hood, Brenda: 25, 112 Hopkins, John: 25 Houston, Sheretta: 25, 136 Huang, Mrs. Janice: 60 Hudson, Lisa: 51, 104 Huff, Nancy: 69 Hughston, Chris: 42 Hull, Jon: 51, 83, 114 Hull, Loretta: 69 Hunter, Victor: 135 Huntley, Debbie: 36, 74, 94 Hurst, Mark: 36, 75, 89 Hutchins, John: 36, 130, 135, 140, 141 I lies, Ann: 62, 90 Imboden, Hugh: 60 Imboden, Mike: 36, 72, 83, 87 Imboden, Rochelle: 43 Ingram, Jeff: 25 Issaacs, Judith: 43 Jackson, Brian: 51, 85, 87, 108, 119 Jackson, Cindy: 25,82, 110, 146 Jackson, Minoka: 51 James (Denning), Rachelle: 22, 86, 146 Jarvis, Mr. David: 61 Jasper, Brent: 51, 82, 83 Jette, Loretta: 51, 82, 84, 90, 101 Johnson, David: 43, 99 Johnson, Kevin: 37, 105 Johnson, Tammy: 51, 80 Johnson, Ty: 25, 75, 89, 94 Johnson, Wendy: 37, 136 Johnston, David: 26 Johnston, Shelley: 51 Jones, Angela: 52, 94 Jones, Jeanette: 52, 55, 112 Jones, Kim: 82, 84 Jordan, Dale: 43 Jordan, Lisa: 43 Justice, Tim: 37 Kastens, Rob: 52, 82, 100, 138, 139 Keen, Lisa: 52, 48, 94, 127 Keever, Pam: 52, 98, 126 Kelley, Jennifer: 37, 84, 96 Kerr, Tim: 52 Kettelson, Pam: 133, 142 Ketron. Laura: 43, 82, 83 Kidner, Donna: 26, 74, 93, 94, 106, 107, 121 Kiger, Kristy: 52 Kilian, Charles: 52 King, Mr. Chuck: 59 King, David: 43, 83, 113 . King, Lois: 15, 26, 86, 118 King, Michael: 26 King, Phil: 26 Kinnerson, Tammie: 52, 136 Kirby, Beth: 37, 93, 94 Knauer, Diana: 52, 150 Knowles, Angle: 52, 82, 84 Knowles, Mr. Jack: 62, 126 Kolski, Pat: 43 Kunkel, Randy: 43, 138 LaDuke, David: 52 Laidlaw, Tammy: 43, 92, 114 Lake, David: 37, 77 Lambert, Gina: 40, 43, 78 Lambert, Randy: 37, 135, 140, 141 Lane, Rachel: 52 Launt, Rebecca: 52, 97, 138 Laws, Mrs. Virginia: 61 Leach, Dan: 43 Leach, Dr. Eddie: 66 Leach, Steve: 26 Leggett, Dr. Marshall: 15, 58, 104, 129 Lehman. Rob: 26, 77, 94, 97, 142 Leistner, Karla: 43, 74, 101, 112 Lescene, Darius: 146 Lewis, Mark: 53, 83 Lichte, Linda: 53, 112 Lindley, Dawn: 53 Lingerfelt, Tony: 141 Linkous, Robin: 2, 78 Linthicum, Ed: 53 Loban, Lois: 43, 114 Logan, Donna: 53 Longley, David: 53, 127 Lowe, Virginia: 43, 84, 101 Lura, Dr. Richard: 65 Lykins, Barbara: 37 Lyons, Mrs. Opal: 70 M Mack, Lana: 44 Magestro, Leah: 27, 136, 137 Majors, Steve: 27 Marshall, Shirley: 69 Mason, Brenda: 83, 113 May, Karol: 37, 112, 132, 133 Mayerick, Jacqueline: 44 Mayfield, Kay: 69, 101 McBrayer, Dana: 26, 76 McCord, Cindy: 44 McCormick, Joe: 59 McCormick, Stuart: 44 McCutcheon, Gene: 53, 85, 90, 91, 100 McDuffie, Kelly: 37, 136 McFarland, Michele: 27 McGhee, Davona: 53 Mcintosh, William: 27, 82 McKee, David: 44 McKinney, Deidre: 53 McNabb, Marsha: 37 Means, Ken: 75, 114, 118, 146 Meding, John: 65, 123 Mellencamp, Tony: 40, 44, 94, 145 Mesendike, Kristen: 53 Messimer, Sheri: 44, 46 Messimer (Aubrey), Theresa: 20 Miller, Alan: 37, 93 Miller, Annie: 68 Miller, Cindy: 27, 76, 84, 89, 98 Miller, Joy: 44, 74, 133 Miller, Margaret: 64 Miller, Robin: 37 Mills, David: 53, 93, 99 Mills, Judy: 53 Mills, Susan: 37, 74, 94 Mitchell, Doug: 53, 135 Mize, Roger: 48, 53, 90, 94, 102, 112, 118 Moffat, Greg: 27, 75, 89, 123, 138, 148, 156 Moody, Jeff: 27 Index 169 Moore, Tracy: 37, 145 Morrell, Patty: 27. 80 Morris, Melinda: 53, 56, 87, 100, 102 Morris, Timothy: 141 Morrison, Dr. John: 64 Morrison, Norma: 64, 86 Muir, Earla: 27 Mullins, Jean: 118 Mullins, Stacey: 53, 74, 98, 101 Mullis, Jeff: 48, 53, 94 Murray, Stephen: 37 Mutchmore, David: 37 N Nanney, Joe: 44, 126, 151 Nash, Kathy: 70 Neatherly, Sandra: 53 Neff, Randy: 37 Nesbit. Ellyn: 28, 93, 101 Nicely, Trishia: 53, 101 Nichols, Wade: 53 Nipper, Mrs. Carolyn: 62 Nix, Dr. Eugene: 65 Noble, Greg: 42, 150, 151 Nordstrom, Jon: 53 O Oakes, Billie: 60 Oliver, Dave: 34, 37, 90, 94, 138 Oliver, Jimmy: 54 Oliver, John: 44, 138 Oliver, Susan; 10, 44, 45 Omojola, Cecilia: 28 O ' Neal, Annette: 142 Oosting, Dr. Kenneth: 58 Costing, K. Wayne: 28, 75 Opper, Doug: 44, 80 Orth, Mr. Jack: 59 Osborn, Matthew: 37 Osborne, Shirley: 44 Ownby, Dr. Euel: 65 Padilla, Jose ' : 54. 138 Paul, Nancy: 54, 101 Peil, Rebecca: 54 Perdue, Mr. David: 60 Peters. Jennifer: 37 Phillips. Dr. Richard: 66. 99 Phillips. Tom: 37. 77, 141 Phyllis. Pam: 54, 95 Pickel. Kimberly: 54 Pickens, Shiela: 44, 84, 93 Pierce, Ted: 28,75, 146 Pierson, Cheryl: 5. 44 Pierson, Jim: 64 Piper, Teresa: 28, 133 Pittman. Suzan: 54, 95 Pless, Susan: 44, 72, 82, 83 Poindexter, Mark: 77. 175 Potcet. Greg: 44 Poteet. Kim: 28, 91, 76, 114, i Potter, Candy: 142 Potter, Janet: 44 Potter, Joyce: 67 Powers. Sharyl: 54, 98 Preston, Steve: 60, 94 Price, Arthur: 44 Price, Mr. Eugene: 61 Prophete, Adeline: 87, 95 Pryor, Lisa: 54, 84, 98. 121 Pugh. Drema: 28 Railey. Carole: 54,96, 98, 101 Raines, Richard: 48, 54, 75, 82, 85. 98. 99. 100 Rea. Kathy: 28, 89, 98. 101. 112. 118 Read, David: 38 Read, Dr. Ira: 63, 114 Read, Sylvia: 44, 89, 115, 97 Rector, Jake: 70 Reed, Ron: 63, 135, 141 Reel. Traci: 52, 54 Reeves. Steven: 5, 44, 82, 83, 114 Rehana, David: 45 Rhoades, Bill: 61 Richardson, Gary: 59 Richardson, Mark: 59 Richeson, Elisa: 54 Richley (Kroh), Sandra: 26 Richter, Lisa: 45 Riley, Chris: 45, 82, 105. 144, 146 Riley. Michael: 29 Roark. Adam: 101, 45 Roberts, David A.: 66 Roberts, David R.: 66, 99 Robinson, Chris: 29, 77, 85, 119 Robinson, David: 16, 54, 100, 112, 146 Robinson, Rebecca: 45 Rock, Cindy: 54, 90. 101 Ross. Elizabeth: 29 Ross. Harold: 38 Ross. Holly: 38. 83. 87. 110 Ross, Kim: 54, 133, 142, 143 Ross (Snyder), Suzanne: 29. 32. 72. 84, 94, 96. 107 Rothrock, Debra: 97 Runner, Dr. David: 64, 84 Russell, Christine: 38 Sanders, Charles: 2, 29. 83 Sanders. Scott: 38 Sapp. David: 38. 97 Sapp. Leland (Barney): 38 Scarem (Redden). Carolyn: 129 Schlegel. Jacqueline: 159 Scholey. Dianne: 45. 84. 101 Schoolcraft. Phillip: 45 Schrock. Todd: 141 Schuchardt, Lynn: 51, 54 Schultz, Alicia: 38 Sethman. Kevin: 29, 32, 75. 94. 123 Sevier. Barbara: 63. 93 Shaffer, Dr. Donald: 61 Shaw. Scott: 45, 145 Sheffy, Don: 82, 83 Shepherd, Gregg: 38 Shepherd. Jean: 70 Shepherd. Reba: 70 Shields. Robert: 54. 108. 109. 114 Shingleton. Rebecca: 45 Shipp, Susan: 54 Shy. Mr. Terry; 63 Siebenaler. David; 53. 54, 93, 100 Sisk, Prof. Lone; 59 Skidmore, Sue: 68 Slabaugh, Vincent: 54 Slate, Angela; 55 Slusher. Margo; 55 Small. Gregory; 29. 82, 99 Smith, Amy: 55 Smith, Barbara: 29 Smith, Deborah: 46, 84, 94, 156 Smith, John: 55, 100. 146 Smith, Mike: 70 Smith, Missy: 38. 118 Smith, Stan; 38, 77, 83, 99 Smock, Byron: 29 Snyder, Laurie: 55, 84, 100 Snyder, Timothy; 46, 98. 105. 112. 126. 160 Sommer. Mr. Roy; 58 Souder. Sandy: 16. 70 Sparks, Sam: 135, 141 Stanberry, Delores: 46 Staven, Laura: 55 Steinbach, Nancy: 38, 78, 122, 144, 145 Stevens, Marsha: 70 Stevens. Pearl; 55 Stephens, Tracy: 46 Stilwell, Anne: 30, 146 Stimpson, Linda: 45, 95, 96 Stoughton, Diana: 38, 83, 108 Stoughton. Martha; 55. 82. 83 Stoughton. Natalie: 71 Stover, Diane: 46, 95, 121 Street, Dr. James; 65, 97, 126 Stuart, Brian; 46 Stuckenbruck, Dr. Earl; 67 Studdard, Paul: 55 Stump, Megan: 55. 101 Sturdevant. Karen; 55. 84, 100 Stutts. Karen; 46 Suchan, Kathleen; 30 Sutherland, Robert; 30, 32, 92, 94, 123 Sutherland, Timothy: 94 Swain, Buddy: 30 Swain, Rebecca: 30 Sweitzer, Becky: 5. 55 Sweitzer, Ken; 6, 34, 38, 94. 100, 123 Swindall, Van: 55, 134, 135 Swiney, Alyssa: 38, 144 Tabor, Gayle: 46, 95, 142 Tarr, Paul; 30, 95, 99 Taylor, Debra: 46, 86 Taylor, Jennifer: 30, 136 Taylor, Walter: 55, 83. 99 Thamm. James: 46 Thomas, Evelyn: 64 Thompson, Laura; 38, 78, 83, 87, 108 Toon, Janet: 46, 78, 84, 86 Trammell, William; 38, 135 Treadway, Elizabeth; 71 Trent. Peggy: 36. 38 Trivett. Lois: 68 True. Susan; 89. 98 Turner, Robert: 55, 85, 118 Turton, Deborah: 56, 90 Turtle, Marcus; 30, 145 Tuttle. Michael: 16. 30. 75, 151, 152, 158 V Ubele, Anita; 38, 78, 82, 83. 89, 98 Unger, Pamela; 48, 56, 102 V 170 Index Varney, Michael: 56, 135 Vaughn, Michael: 46, 77, 97, 100 Verbeck, Cynthia: 46 Vesely, Karen: 38 Vick, Marcia: 11, 31, 32, 101 Vines, Lisha: 71 Vion, John: 56 Vogt, Vic: 31, 72, 111 Voke, Julie: 40, 46, 94, 96, 120, 121 W Yeaton, Mark: 38 Young, Alan: 38, 99 Young, Diana: 32, 76, 86, 108, 109, 114, 146 Young, Edwina: 38, 101, 144 Young, Joellen: 99 Zieske, Jane: 56, 100, 175 Wagner, Jill: 56, 84 Waldrop, Rhonda: 56, 84, 1 14, 133 Walker, Mr. Duard: 63, 77, 145 Walker (Rader), Lisa: 28, 83 Wallace, Dr. Gary: 66 Wallenfelz, Mary Anne: 38, 93, 114 Walther, Felicia: 34, 38, 74, 82 Wantz, Suanne: 56 Ward, Kevin: 31, 135 Ward, Wendy: 38, 89, 96 Warren, Randall: 31, 93, 77 Warrick, William: 46, 82, 118 Warrington, Duane: 31, 78, 94, 146, 147 Washer, Barbara: 56 Waterbury (Davis), Janet: 12, 22, 96 Harvey (Watson), Valerie: 25, 146 Wead, Cindy: 59 Wead, David: 67 Weaver, Darak: 56 Webb, Mrs. Emerald: 60 Webb, Dr. Henry: 67, 99 Weekley, William: 31, 89, 99 Weidner, Cynthia: 31 Weir, Ronald: 67 Welker, Karen: 12, 56 Westhoff, Rebecca: 46 Wetzel, Darcy Lee: 31, 78, 1 12, 120 Whattenbarger, Sheri: 46, 142, 143 White, Eunice: 56 Whitesell, Curt: 38, 138 Wigginton, Denise: 56 Wigginton, Mr. Eugene: 58, 124 Wigginton, Tressa: 34, 38 Wilkinson, Kelly: 6, 38 Williams, Beth: 46, 84 Williams, Linda: 142, 143 Williams, Renee: 31, 136 Wilson, Chris: 46, 135, 158 Wilson, Kim: 46 Wilson, Teresa: 71 Winegardner, Cynthia: 43, 46, 97 Wingate, William: 46, 112 Winkler, Margaret: 38, 78, 83, 146 Winn, Benny: 71, 99, 127 Wise, Sondra: 46, 133 Witcher, Candace: 2, 32, 74, 84, 90, 94, 107, 114, 123 Witcher, Roby: 135 Witte, Charlotte: 32 Wofford, Penny: 46 Wood, Tammy: 87 Woodring, Johnathan: 46, 138, 149 Woodward (Young), Patricia: 32, 78, 86, 101 Woolard, Carolyn: 61, 95 Wooters, Renee: 32, 72, 83, 87, 111 Wornicki, Diana: 32 Wright, Craig: 77, 99 Index 171 This precious year has led us through many new experiences. With its passing, our united travel must also end. The trodden path to the present has been filled with ABUNDANT life and the JOYS of each other. 172 Closing Closing 173 God, our loving father, has blessed us profoundly in the companionship we have shared. 174 Closing 3 Milligan College Library 3 1 881 0001 1744 6


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