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Show Hide text for 1985 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 176 of the 1985 volume: “ Milligan College Library LD3311.A47M5627 1985 c.2 MA Milligan College Buffalo. 3 188 0001 1746 1 MILLIGAN B UFFALO 1985 MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE COMMUNITY SPIRIT IN A CHRISTIAN ATMOSPHERE ■ ' i V ' " ' Milligan College is a private, four year, co-educational, Christian Col- lege of Arts and Sciences. It is affili- ated with the Christian Churches and Churches of Christ. Milligan has a rich, Christian heritage and commit- ment that has lasted for over a cen- tury. It is reflected in the character of the students, faculty and administra- tion. Regular church attendance is en- couraged of all Milligan students. Op- portunities for worship are provided on campus each Sunday in Seeger Me- morial Chapel and the Hopwood Me- morial Christian Church and off cam- pus in many churches in the area. Convocation is attended regularly by the Milligan community to enhance their spiritual and social awareness. VERLASTING IENDSHIPS A common bond in Jesus Christ adds a special meaning to Friendships at Milligan. Through the social activities of- fered we are encouraged to share and lift one another up. Dorm Devotions, I.C.U. Groups, and Sunday Evening Vespers give students the chance to enhance their rela- tionship with God and others. And be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving each other just as God in Christ also has forgiven you. Ephesians 4:32 R.S.B. Opening 5 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 6 Opening Milligan offers the Bachelor of Arts degree and the Bachelor of Science de- gree within twenty-two major areas of study. It has majors in: Accounting, Bible, Biology, Business Administra- tion, Chemistry, Christian Education, Computer Science, Elementary Edu- cation, English, Health and Physical Education, History, Human Rela- tions, (including Psychology, Sociolo- gy, Social Agencies, Youth Leadership and Government Business Leader- ship), Humanities, Mathematics, Mis- sions, Music,- Office Administration, and Youth Ministry. The number of majors and minors are suited to fit each student ' s goal and aspirations. Milligan College is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Educa- tion. Special arrangements can be made to supplement the existing aca- demic structure, including dual-de- gree and credit transfer programs. At Milligan, the students are taught to apply their Christian values in the ca- reer field of their choice. MILLIGAN COLLEGE A Good Place To Be mmmm mmi FRIENDS AND FACES t 5 10 Opening With students from 36 states and 9 countries, Milligan offers the chance for each person to express his own individuality and uniqueness. EXPERIENCED EDUCATORS SHOW GREAT DEDICATION There are 44 full time faculty members at Milligan, over 50% of whom have earned doctorates. A number of part time faculty are secured, from time to time, to en- hance its course offerings. Exper- ienced educators show true dedi- cation in their work. With a faculty-student ratio of 1:13, this allows for close interpersonal re- lationships to be formed. Many of the faculty members are active in student organizations such as S.G.A., Yearbook and Political Science. Professors have an hon- est concern for educational as well as spiritual growth in each stu- dent. Opening A CHRISTIAN LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE _ •. r - ..— - is 3 .- Milligan Col lege occupies a cam- pus of more than one hundred and thirty five acres. The setting of Mil- ligan in the East Tennessee Moun- tains offer beauty beyond compare. There are twenty-two college build- ings located throughout the wooded acres. Eighty percent of the student body resides on campus. The brick architecture of the dormitories pro- vide a comfortable living space much like that of home. The female dorms are: Sutton Memorial Hall, Hardin Hall, and Hart Hall. The male dormitories are Pardee Hall and Webb Memorial Hall. There are apartments to accomodate the mar- ried students. Classes are held in Derthick Hall, the Science Building, or the Steve Lacy Fieldhouse. The steeple of Seeger Chapel can be seen for miles around. Its commanding beauty welcomes all those who come to the Milligan Campus. Opening 15 - V s £ .£ fr OFFICERS a President Bill Greer Vice President Greg Edington Secretary June Byrd Treasurer Cheryl Pierson Representatives Lisa Pryor Tammy Wood Joe Slone Steve Reeves The class of 1985 has finally arrived! We have spent the past four years stretching our minds, building new friendships, learn- ing, growing, and sharing. It was with the help of our families, our friends, our professors, and others that we have been able to reach this point in our lives. To them we offer our deepest gratitude. We have all changed significantly since we came here as fresh- men. We have faced many challenges and overcome many obsta- cles. Through it all we have become friends. May they be friend- ships that will last forever. It is my prayer that as we leave Milligan we will take with us more than a diploma, more than just what we learned in the classroom. My hope is that we will all take Milligan ' s ideals with us. and that they will always be an impor- tant part of our lives. Bill Greer Senior Class President 18 Denise Anderson Rich Aubrey Sheri Aubrey Deborah Bechtel WJJa Edward Benedict Sally Barto r Stephen Bornemann Dena L. Brown I I Hello Ay Mmi. i s % y eps ft i . j ' .. ' ■■■■ ■■ c r - CLASS OF ' 85 Seniors 19 fckni " J±i ! T f ' T b 20 Seniors Lois Elaman Jeff Fan Regina Black France John Franklin Helen Fugua Wendy Garber William Gardner Cynthia Garner Steven J. Gensurowsky CLASS OF ' 85 Seniors 21 CLASS OF ' 85 22 Seniors Anthony Kanunshya aura J. Ketron Pam Kettelson David King CLASS OF ' 85 Seniors 23 Joe Nanny Susan Oliver James B. Pattison Jennifer Peters CLASS OF ' 85 24 Seniors Sheila Pickens Cheryl Pierson Susan Pless Lisa Pryor 8 : A Carla Root Debbie Rothrock Rebecca Launt Sapp Scott Shaw ■: " . ' .: ; -i 1 W-tl wBe a ' n l ■ i W M 1 111 ' - IM B P A K- - j ' P?l ) Kathleen Shackelford CLASS OF ' 85 Seniors 25 Becky Shingleton Joe Slone Margo Slusher Theresa Culberson Small CLASS OF ' 85 26 Seniors ' JF iffl 3m ill ■ : ' " | I JD L 1 Linda Stimpson Thomas Stump Gavle Tabor Debbie Taylor 1 Jan Toon Mike Vaughn Bill Warrick Rebecca Westhoff CLASS OF ' 85 Seniors 27 I m Beth Williams Cindi Winegardner Will Wingate Sondra Wise Penny Wofford Tammy Wood John Wood-ring Craig Wright CLASS OF ' 85 28 Seniors SENIOR EVENTS Welcome Ruby M. Taylor, Ph.D. Speech Communication Milligan College Presentation of Senior Superlatives Ruby M. Taylor Special Music Beth Cauble and John Barto Featured Speaker ........ Tim Hartman Milligan Alumni Class of ' 82 Closing Remarks Ruby M. Taylor Pianist Brent Bitlheimer On behalf of the Class of 1 986, the Junior Class Officers wish the very best to this year ' s Graduating Seniors. P «3 Milligan College JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET MAY 4, 1985 AT 7:00 First Christian Church Johnson City $3.00 per person Founder ' s Daughter is a very special honor bestowed upon one senior lady each year. The award is given to the lady who has the qualities of a good Christian attitude, a strong school spirit, and an overall positive personality. The one chosen has to be a well-rounded person — spiritually, mentally, and emotionally. The student body votes on the candidates in Convocation. The winners are announced on a Saturday night — usually during Alumni Weekend. This year ' s winners were Debbie Smith and Sherri Messimer as runners-up, and LISA PRYOR as the 1985 Founder ' s Day Daughter of Milligan College. CLASS OF ' 85 Senior Events 29 SENIOR AaAa DENISE FAUN ANDERSON— Yearbook 1. Ten- nis 2,4. Drill Team 4. Secretary for Computer Sci- ence Club 4. Computer Science Business 11 Rotherwood Drive Johnson City, TN 37601 RICHARD HENRY AUBREY— Basketball 1. Tennis 1, 2. 3, 4. Intramural basketball 2, 3, 4. Intramural softball 1. 2, 3, 4. German Award 3, 4. Who ' s Who. Deans List. Got Married 4. English German 20401 U.S. Rt. 19 Mars, Pa. 16046 SHERI WHATTENBARGER AUBREY— ' " Bear " — Intramural basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. Women ' s Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Softball MVP 2. Most base hits 3. Got Married 4. Basketball widow 1. Tennis widow 1. 2. 3, 4. Second Deans List 4. Sweetheart Candi- date 3. Elementary Education Math 1913 Port Royal Ct. Lexington, Ky 40504 MONA LISA AUDIA— " Mo " — Intramural bas- ketball 2. 3. Intramural volleyball 2. Tutor for Adult Reading Program 2. National Education and TN Education Association 4. Elementary Edu- cation and Psychology 620 Joslyn Ave. Pennington Gap, Va. 24277 BbBb -JOHN PHILLIP BARTO— " Sean Barteaux " — Class Secretary 1. Concert Choir 1, 2. Chamber Singers 1, 2, 3. The Queen and the Rebels 1. Merry Wives of Windsor 1. Tintypes 2. The Music Man 3. " Heritage " 2, 3, 4. Psychology English Box 685 Milligan College. TN 37682 ' " I ' ll always be grateful to Jack Sale who taught me that ' Image is everything ' " STEPHEN KEITH BORNEMANN— " Steve " — Cross Country Track 1, 2. Circle K 3, 4; President 3. Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Accounting Com- puter Science 10141 Woodstock Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 KENNETH ALAN BRATTON— Held down the dorm on Friday and Saturday nights 1, 2, 3, 4. Mathematics Computer Science 201 S. Cherry St. Kalkaska, MI TERRY LYNN BRINKLEY— Show Choir. Con- cert Choir. Circle K treasurer. Hardin Hall vice- president, SNEA treasurer. Mathematics and Secondary Education Business 10853 Bernadine Dr. St. Louis, MO 63123 JAMES BARRY BROWN— " Bubba " , " No Neck " — Milligan Men 1. Show Choir 1. Concert Choir 2. Disciplinary Committee 3. Mascot 4. Dish- washer 1, 2, 3, 4. Ticket writer 4. Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Accounting Bible 1617 N. 16th St. Lafayette, IN 47904 " You know it ' s cold if a Polar Bear ' s nipples are showing! " MARTY ALLEN BULLIS— " Moe " . " Yellow Duck Man " , " Marty-O " , " Spider Man " — Assoc, of Christian Ministries 3, 4; President 4. Greek Award 3. Wiley E. Wilson Award 3. Who ' s Who 4. Rebel without a cause — football 4. Disciples — basketball 4. Honorary Humanities Award 2. Deans List 1, 2, 3, 4, ' 4 of Creek Bridge Painters 4. Convomania breakdancers 4. Class Sweetheart 4. Anna Mae Crowder Fan Club 1. Tim Dillon Fan Club 2. " Hosers " 1, 2, 3. 4. Religious Affairs 3. Save the Duck Campaign 4. Campused 4. Lost girlfriends 2, 3, 4. Webb ' s Panty Raid 4. Magnolia Gang 4. Wild Bill Gwaltney Tongues Club 3. 4. Weightlifting— Vi of Twin Barbarians 4. Duck Busters 4. Bible Greek 2527 Putnam Rd. Forest Hill, MD 21050 " Keep your wheels spinnin ' and your women grin- nin " . The Lord is a righteous bro! " CcCc THOMAS BRUCE CARAWAY— " Swuat-butt " , " Tom " ' — Weightlifting Club 1. 2, 3,; vice-president 3. Intramural football 2, 3, 4. Disciples-basketball 4. Assoc, of Christian Ministries 3, 4. Class Sweet- heart 3. Religious Affairs 2, 3. Social Affairs 3. Ath- letic Affairs 4. Athletic council 4. Greek drop-out 2, 3. Engaged 4. l A of Creek Bridge Painters 4. Hosers 1, 2, 3, 4. Carolyn Flora 3, 4. Magnolia Gang 4. Duck Busters 4. Fruits of the Spirit 4. Resident Assistant 4. Campused 4. Bible 7448 133rd St. N. Seminole, FL 33542 " Never let your studying interfere with your edu- cation " , " Laugh and the whole world laughs with you, cry and the whole world keeps laughing " , " Think twice before you paint " RUTH MICHELLE CARR— SGA representative 2, 3. Academic Affairs chairman 3, 4. Psychology Club secretary 2. Science Club 2, 3. Biology Chemistry 513 Hidden Valley Rd. Kingsport, TN 37663 " Often it ' s not the events of life we can control, but rather it ' s the attitude we chose to respond to the events that we can control. " CYNTHIA A. CORNWELL— " Cindy " — Resident Assistant 2, 3, 4. Religious Affairs 4. Publications Committee 4. Assoc, of Christian Ministries 1. 2, 3. 4. Missions Club 4. Yearbook Staff photographer 1, 2. Library Buffs 1, 2, 3. Fine Arts Club 1. Sign Language Club 1, 2. Service Seekers 2, 3. Outreach Ministries 2. Who ' s Who 4. Barnum 4. Bible and Elementary Education 1900 Stanford Place Edwardsville IL 62025 DdDd CLASS OF ' 85 TREVA RENEA DRAPER— " D.R. Raper " , " Blond Bomber " — Picnic 1. Sutton Dorm council 2. Sutton Hall vice-president 3; president 4. Mac- truck squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Yearbook 4. Psycholo- gy English 340 Pineview Dr. Whitehall, Ohio 43213 " Grasshoppers lead to sin and social degradation! " EeEe GREGORY PAUL EDINGTON— " Donkey Kong " Class vice-president 4. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural volleyball 2. Intramural soft- ball 1. SGA representative 3. Mathematics Com- puter Science 2026 Baldwin Rd. Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068 " Bark at the Moon " LOIS A. ELAMAN— " Soil " , " Blond Bomber " — Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2. Yearbook 2, 4. Delta Kappa 2. Intramural softball 1. Intramural volley- ball 4. Cafeteria slave 1, 2, 3. 4. Human Relations (Social Agencies) Bible RR 2 Box 201 A10 Elberfeld, IN 47613 " Time is short and people are too important to put aside for studies " FfFf JEFFREY ALAN FARR— American Guild of Or- gan Students 4. Biology Chemistry P.O. Box 147 Watauga TN 37694 " I hope Milligan Graduates really do excel " GgGg WENDY GAYLE GARBER— Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. Softball 1, 2. 3, 4. All VSAC First Team 3, 4. MVP softball 3. Best offensive Basketball 3. Mathema- tics Computer Science RR2 Jonesboro, TN 37659 " I win, or die trying! (I bet ya a bagel on it!) " CYNTHIA DAWN GARNER— " Cin " — Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Softball 4. Class treasurer 2. Health and Physical Education Youth Leadership 3085 Hwy. 295 Lawrenceville, GA 30245 " Bloom where you are planted " STEVEN J. GENSUROWSKY— Baseball 1. 2. Golf 4. President of Computer Science Club 4. Computer Science Business 183 2nd Street Apt. 183-B Bristol, VA 24201 " Life is just a rollerball " ANGELA CAROL GREEN— Science Club 2. 4. Computer Science Club 4. Resident Assistant 3, 4. Swim Teacher 2, 3. 4. Dorm Council 3. Computer Science Business Administration 3176 Roxburg Dr. 30 Senior Directory DIRECTOR Y Lexington, Ky 40503 WILLIAM BURL GREER— " Mr Bill " , " Uncle Bill " — Class President 3, 4. SGA representative 2. Academic Affairs 3, 4. Student Life Committee 2. Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature 2, 3. Shakespeare Play Musical 2, 3. Stampede 1. Buf- falo 2. Who ' s Who 4. Accounting and Business Administration Computer Science 328 North Shady St. Mountain City, TN 37683 JOY DEE GREGORY— Softball 1, 3. Volleyball 2. Dorm Council 2. Sutton Hall vice-president 3. Married Dan Gregory 4. Health and Physical Education Youth Leadership Rt. 3 Box 652 Elizabeth City, N.C. 27909 HhHh CAREY LYNN HARRIS— Cheerleader 1, 2. Show Choir 3. Concert Choir 1, 2. Intramural volleyball 2. Service Seekers 3, 4. ICU leader 3. International Club secretary 4. Handicapped swimming 2. Bar- num 4. Health Care Administration Business Administration 1618 South Hairston Rd. Stone Mountain, GA 30088 " Never plan on Wonderful Wednesday " -JENNIFER LYNN HARTLEY— Senior 3. Resi- dent Assistant 2, 3. Dorm Council 2, 3. Bible Bowl 1. Delta Kappa 1. One for Another 1. Yearbook 2. Physics tutor 2. Traffic Court 3. Concert lecture Committee 3. SNEA 3. Science Club 1, 2, 3. Biol- ogy and Secondary Education Chemistry 7875 Christine Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 " Live one day at a time, and never be afraid to change your mind! " Iili MICHAEL CHALMER IMBODEN— Mo. Uni- versity Singers 1, 2. Singsations 1, 2. Phi Mu Alpha 1, 2; secretary. ACDA 3, 4. MENC 3, 4; vice-presi- dent. Concert Choir 3, 4; president and student director. Chamber Singers 3, 4. Who ' s Who 4. Deans List National and TN Education Assoc. 4. STEA 4; vice-president. Music Education and church music ROCHELLE ETHINGTON IMBODEN— Con- cert Choir 3. Handbell Choir 2. Barnum 3. Speech Theatre 4. National and TN Education Assoc. 4. STEA 4; vice-president. Who ' s Who. Deans List. Elementary Education English Miliigan College, TN 37682 " You are never too old to learn " JjJj MARIA JOHNSON— Service Seekers 4. Human Relations (Social Agencies) Bible Rt 2 PO Box 252 Rock. W. Va 24747 L1L1 GINA L. LAMBERT— Circle K 1, 2, 3, 4. Dorm Council 2, 4. Class treasurer 2. Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4. Office Administration Business Administration 1403 Country Squire Dr. Decature, GA 30033 " Life is a wonderful thing " MmMm SHERI DENISE MESSIMER— Delta Kappa 1. Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural sports 2, 3. Hart Hall secretary 3; president 4. 1st runner up Founder ' s Daughter 4. Biology Chemistry 512 West Poplar St. Johnson City, Tn 37601. PpPp SHEILA LYNN PICKENS— " Howard " " Sheila- lalala " — Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2. Pepband 1. Fine Arts Club 2. Biscuit Watchers 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural volleyball 4. Accounting Computer Science 8911 W. 10th St. Indianapolis, IN 46234 CHERYL VON PIERSON-Social Affairs 1, 2. Track 1. Women ' s Ensemble 1. Class vice-presi- dent 3. Phi Beta Lambda 3. Class treasurer 4. Ac- counting Award from National Association of Ac- countants 4. Deans List. Philip Scharfstein Scholarship 4. Accounting Computer Science Rt. 1 New Florence, MO 63363 " Paul Revere was an alarmist " LISA FAY PRYOR-English Biology Rt. 4 Box 160 Warrensburg, MO 64093 RrRr STEVEN REEVES-Milligan Men 1. Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. Show Choir 2, 3. Chamber Singers 3, 4. SGA representative 4. Yearbook 2. Freshmen team leader 2, 3, 4. Merry Wives of Windsor 2. Queen and The Rebel 1. All Well that Ends Well 3. Bar- num 4. Humanities tour 4. Accounting Com- puter Science 110 Kilgore Dr. Bristol, VA 24201 " I went to college for this? " CHRISTOPHER LEE RILEY— " Captain Hook " — Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Show Choir 1, 2, 3. Busi- ness Administration Computer Science 7452 Bridgetown Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio 45248 SsSs MARGOS.SLUSHER— Office Administration 6154 Springdale Blvd. , Grand Blanc, Mi 48439 CLASS OF ' 85 THERESA A. CULBERSON SMALL— " T " , " - ' Bird " , " Trez " — Show Choir 1, 2. " Inheritance " 1. . Women ' s Ensemble 1. Voice accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4. Deans List. Intramural volleyball 2, 4. SGA repre- sentative 3. The Music Man 3. The Merchant of Venice 4. Religious Affairs 4. Chamber Singers ac- companist 4. Opera Workshop accompanist 4. He- licon 4. Stampede 4. Intramural tennis 4. Who ' s Who 4. English and Secondary Education Business Administration 3600 So. Hamilton Chicago, IL 60609 " You can dance if you want to " DEBBIE SMITH— Women ' s Ensemble accompa- nist 1, 2. Social Affairs co-chairman 2. Resident Assistant 3, 4. SGA Secretary 2, 3; President 4. Business Administration Accounting and Computer Science 41 N. Starter St. Cumberland, IN 46229 " There is a time for everyting ... a time to mourn and a time to dance. " TIMOTHY F. SNYDER- " Tim " — SGA repre- sentative 1; vice-president 3. Social Affairs chair- man 2. Resident Assistant 3, 4. Traffic court 3. Class Sweetheart 2. Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Union Board 1. Baseball 1. " Nut Square " 2, 3, 4. Yearbook 2. Stampede 4. One for Another 2. Dorm Council 2. Sociology tutor 4. History tutor 4. Science Club 4. Missions Club 4. SNEA 4. Histo- ry, Human Relations (Sociology and An- thropology) and Secondary Education Bible 11918 Price St. Alliance, Ohio 44601 KAREN E. STAHL— Class treasurer 1. Intramu- ral volleyball 1, 2. Show Choir 1. Office Adminis- tration Business Administration 2767 Factory Rd. Franklin, Ohio 45005 " Most people are like blisters. They ne ver show up until the work is done " LINDA MARIE STIMPSON— Circle K 1, 2. Pep band 2. Intranational Club 2, 3, 4. Yearbook 3, 4. Tutor for Learning Center 2, 3, 4. Elementary Education Spanish Box 85, 426 Gilbert St. Footville, WI 53537 DIANE DENISE STOVER— " Hoover " — Interna- tional Club 1, 2, 3, 4; president 2. Circle K 1, 2. Missions Club 3. Yearbook 3. Language Lab tutor 1, 2, 3, 4. Humanities Spanish RR 3 Box 152 Fowler, IN 47944 THOMAS M. STUMP— Resident Assistant 4. Tennis 1. Golf 4. Business Administration Computer Science 3368 Cameron St. Grove City, Ohio 43123 TtTt D. GAYLE TABOR— Softball 1, 2, 3. Yearbook 3, 4. Founder ' s Daughter Candidate 4. Political Sci- Senior Directory 31 Milligan College ence Club 1, 2, 4. International Club 2, 3. Circle K 1. Biscuit W atchers 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Softball 3. Intramural volleyball 4. Human Relations (Government and Business Leadership) English 8045 Jefferson Church Rd. Rural Hall, NC 27045 VvVv MICHAEL CONRAD VAUGHN— " LDV " — Show Choir 1. Pep band 2. SGA representative 3. Seeger Steeple tour guide 4. Dorm Council 4. Beams Are Creaking 3. Barnum 4. Merchant of Venice 4. SGA minutes substitute secretary 4. Bible Psychology 250 Buckeye Rd. Galion, Ohio 44833 " In ten years, the class of ' 85 will look back on their lines of wit and wisdom and wish they had written what Mike Vaughn had. " WwWw WILLIAM RAY WARRICK— " Bill ' - — Image 1. Cry Wolf 2. Timothy 3. Show Choir 2, 3. Resident Assistant 3, 4. HOOH 3. Disciplinary Committee 3. Magnolia Gang 4. Religious Affairs 4. SUB 2, 3, 4. Mathematics Computer Science 117 Provincetown Court Flemington, NJ 08822 " The quiet ones are the ones to suspect " JOHN EDWARD WATSON— Webb Hall presi- dent. Circle K. Intramural softball, football, bas- ketball. Dorm Council. Disciplinary Appeals Board. Accounting Psychology Box 163, RR 1 Wolcott, IN 47995 REBECCA JANE WESTHOFF— Women ' s En- semble 1. Science Club 1. Biology Chemistry RR 1 Box T101 Lewistown. MO 63452 ELIZABETH ANN WILLIAMS— - ' Short Stuff ' —Women ' s Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. Food Com- mittee 2, 3. Dorm Council 3, 4. Handbell Choir 3. Business Administration Computer Science 904 Pleasantville Dr. Glen Burnie, MD 21061 " Should have, could have, but didn ' t ' ' CYNTHIA JO WINEGARDNER— " Cindi " , " Cinderoo " , " Cinderella " — Psycholgy Club 1. 2, 3; secretary treasurer 3. FOB slave 2, 3, 4. Volunteer tutor 4. SCEC 4. Psychology Bible 2365 N— 1350 E Greentown, IN 46936 WILLIAM MILES WINGATE— " Will " — Intra- mural sports 1, 2. 3, 4. Concert Choir 1. Computer Club 4. Cafeteria Blues Band 2. Nut Squad 2, 3, 4. Computer Science Business Administration 9130 Wyandot Rd. Chesterland, Ohio 44026 SONDR4. LYNN WISE— " Sony " — Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4. SCEC 4. Intramural Committee 4. Learning Center tutor 2. Elementary Education and Special Education Psychology 5027 McCray St. Speedway. In 45224 TAMMY L. WOOD— " WD " — Political Science Club 1. 2. Class treasurer 3. SGA representative 4. Sign Language 2. NEA 2. 3, 4. Handicapped swim- ming 2, 3, 4. Elementary Education Social Studies and Early Childhood Education 205 W. Blvd. Marion IL 62959 " Don ' t worry it will all work out. I know it will " JOHNATHAN WOODRING— " Woody " — Soccer 1, 2; MVP 2; co-captain 2. Track 1, 2. Health and Physical Education Biology RR2 Box 106B Chenoa, KY 40925 " To all the gang who never made it. Randy, Phil, Greg and Kevin. Here ' s to you " CRAIG STEVEN WRIGHT— Poets Club 3. Hu- man Relations (Youth Leadership) Bible 1636 32nd St. N E Canton, Ohio 44714 b CLASS OF ' 85 32 Senior Directory Graduates Excel! ft " WEL3HJM£J? MEffOfifir r«»n.« mmmcohMc Senior Directory 83 TCItitr . ' . j OFFICERS 8 s President: Doug Foote Vice President: Carlisle Chambers Sec. Treas.: Linda Lichte Representatives: Becky Sweitzer Kelly Henderson Rick Raines Jonathan Hull Here I sit in the Pardee bathroom facilities, reflecting on the past, three years for the class of 1986. It seems we ' ve matured greatly over these past three years, starting from the day we stepped in with our brand new " Nike " tennis shoes and dinks listening to Dr. Bonner telling us to be " honest " on our Study Skills test! Well, Dr. Bonner, our hats are off to you, I ' m happy you had the largest attendance in Study SkiDs Lab!!! Boy, it does pay to be honest, doesn ' t it? Now that we ' ve learned to study without our radios on, and write with a No. 2 pencil, we ' ve really progressed! The class of 1986 is truly a unique class, we are the last and final recruits of Dr. Jess Johnson, we ' re a dying breed, fading into extinction. This unique class is truly an original group of individuals. I look over my past three years of schooling and can honestly say these have been some of the best years of my life. I can only think of three better years and those are the ones I spent in first grade. I would really like to thank all of our parents for being behind us all the way and supportive of our every move. Next, I would like to thank my class and especially this fine group of subordinates I ' ve had to work with, and all the help they have been through the year. Last of all we just pray and thank God for the opportunity to live and grow together as a single Christian body. Sincerely, Doug Foote P.S. We would also like to extend our thanks to Eric Hobson for making our " Dance Hall Days " possible. 34 Juniors 3? Christy Adams Pam Adams Sam Adams Karen Barker Lynn Barton Brian Battin Pam Baumgardner Kimberly Bays Karen Berry Wendy Bloemker Jeff Bourn Bryanna Burbank Bradley Burt Carlisle Chambers Grace Christopher Mike Churchin Becci Craft Jennifer Cramer 36 Juniors Susan Currier Tim Curtiss Randall Davis Wade Dickson Scott Dines Rebecca Dougherty Diane Downhour Carolyn Flora Kevin Flora Doug Foote Maria Fortier Christina Garver James Goehner Phyllis Gower Dan Gregory David Hamilton Betty Jean Hardison Retta Harris Juniors 37 Juniors . . . j W V te $3mS [ J ► ' Kelly Henderson Dana Henning Scott Hobson Roy Holcomb Paul Holder Christy Hollan Lisa Hudson Jonathan Hughes Jonathon Hull Brian Jackson Minoka Jackson Loretta Jette Juliann Johnson Michael Johnson Tamara Johnson Lisa Keen Tim Kerr Tammie Kinnerson 38 Juniors class of ' 86 Angie Knowles David La Duke Tammy Laidlaw Becky Lakin Rachel Lane Linda Lichte David Longley Dan McCall Kim McClanahan Judy Mason Martha Miller David Mills Roger Mize Melinda Morris Steve Murray Trishia Nicely Wade Nichols Bill Nicol Juniors 39 Nancy Paul Becky Peil Pam Phillis Sallie Pierce Sue Pittman Sharyl Powers Shelley Price Richard Raines Julie Ray Becky Rhodus David Robinson Cindy Rock Kim Ross Lynn Sharpin Sue Shipp David Siebenaler Vince Slabaugh John Smith ▲4 All 40 Juniors Chuck Wilson Melissa Wright Jane Zieske Becky Sweitzer Walter Taylor Susan True Debbie Turton Not pictured: Denise Anderson Leslie Bailey Tamara Bowers Teresa Bowyer Pam Boyer Kathy Brennan Joel Buckner Gaye Chalmers John Click Regina Cornett Steve Cummins Brian Denning John Epperson A.H. Fetter Cathy Fowler Cynthia Frazer Martin Frazer Stephen Hamlin Brad Harvey Rich Hinz Eric Hobson Mike Hogan Jeff Holsclaw Tammy Hurd Shirley Ingram Brent Jasper Robby Kastens Pam Keever Robin Marshall Brent Nidiffer Jon Nordstrom Donna Phipps Wayne Presnell Adeline Prophete Carol Railey Tamera Roberts Scott Rollins Robert Shields Margo Slusher Sam Sparks Paul Studdard Darak Weaver Denise Wigginton Roby Witcher Anthony Young Laurie Snyder Shelby Steele Martha Stoughton Megan Stump Juniors 41 OFFICERS President John Gilpin Vice President Roger Roberts Secretary Ken Margolf Treasurer Lynn Pottenger Representatives Brenda Bradley Tom Tomlison Andrea Shaffer As Sophomores, we must continue in our excellent ways: devoted, self-disciplined, humanities lecture attending, having good eating habits, studying before socializing . . . We are so happy that our financial burdens, while at Milli- gan, are as light as hippos. This makes romancing so much easier, because we do not have to worry about " asking someone out, " we can not afford it. In all seriousness, I know that we are all proud to be students of Milligan. We still have two years left, and I pray that each will be successfully better for ourselves and for the school. As we look ahead, we see a cloudy picture. Many of us will change our majors, provided we even have one at this point. The cloudy picture is not as scary though, if we just turn and look where God has brought us from, (Proverbs 3:5,6). God has truly blessed us by giving us the opportunity to have a quality education, and part of the quality is the fact that it is a Chris- tian education. Therefore, we need to put forth our best effort to continue to learn all we can. I pray that we use what we have learned to GLORIFY GOD in the most excellent way and give God total control of our lives so He can use us to our fullest potential. " Warmly " Yours, John R. Gilpin II Soph. Class Pres. Sophomores 43 THE CLASS Marilyn Adams Jim Agnew Todd Anderson Sheila Angel Carol Baker Geri Banks Robin Bary Gail Bechdel Tim Belcher Denise Bierly Jon Bosomworth Alison Bowers Brenda Bradley Bob Brown Melissa Buckles Sharon Butler Pam Carden Dawn Cardwell David Carrell Janine Carter Terri Cartmill Doug Colgrove Jeri Cook Pam Cook Brenda Cranfill Carolyn Craycraft Karen Crites Sharon Crouch Michael Crowell Janet Cummings Ronald Dove Frank Drew Mark Duncan Jana Engle C Tg . ■ .. 44 Sophomores OF 1987 | H IHH HS! Sophomores 45 r 9 1 ' } 9 A N I M _j , J 2 DOWAT . . 46 Sophomores Lori Fields Sue Fitch Leslie Frasher Beth Gardner Mary Jo Gardner Robin Gaugh John Goah Pamela Gurley Darren Harper I- Joan Hersey Lisa Hill Andrea Hodges Julie Holden Phil Holdman Cynthia Ison Mark Jewett Lois Johnston Joy Jones Craig Kendrick Kerry Kinser Timothy Kirk Anita LaVallee Janet Lutes Shari Lyford Dale Lynch Ken Margolf Phil McDaniel Monica McQuiston Joe Meddings Gregg Moreland Karyn Moreland Norma Nehren Mary Orth Chuck Paulsen Hal Pennington 2 TO GO! Sophomores 47 1 m 1 v - m Vs ■ Alayna Phillips Jamie Phillips Lynda Pierson Tina Poteete Lynn Pottenger Jim Potter David Reese Jeff Reynolds Roger Roberts T im Roberts Tom Roberts Kelly Rollins Denise Sanders Elmer Sanders Jeri Anne Seiter Andrea Shaffer Annette Smith Tim Smith Whitney Smith Susie Starkey 48 Sophomores SOPHOMORES Pat Stuart Becky Taylor Greg Taylor Keith Tolbert Tom Tomlinson Suzanne Tyson Melody Vestal Juan Villalba Janna Wamsley Libby Weston Becky Witt James Wood SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES Not Pictured: Harold Anderson Lawrence Berry Patti Bowyer Brent Bilheimer Michael Books Robert Brooks Curtis Brunn Peter Caldicott Andrew Cameron Juli Campbell Nancy Carter Lynn Champman Kim Cochran Karla Davenport David Eversole Sandra Farrow Russell Garnett John Gilpin Hugh Gwaltney Brad Harbin Lori Hertzog Shari Hill Eric Imboden James Kelly Kim Ledford Joel McNett Carolyn McPherson Pam Mills Debbie Patten Penny Prescott Darin Smith Tamara Smith Monica Snow Christine Spurgin Penny Stallard Margi Trent Jeffrey Vanhoose Jeffery Voudrie John Walker Tracy Walker Trevor White Cathy Wright Susan Wright Eric Zimmerman Sophomores 49 OFFICERS PRESIDENT— Kathy Brown VICE PRESIDENT— Ty Ramey SECRETARY— Carolyn Chalmers TREASURER— Chrissy Horn REPRESENTATIVES— Julie Pirkl Jene Ray Jeff Boling Chip Mehaffey CHAPLAIN— Brian Thomas Our freshman year at Milligan College is now over. We no longer have to worry about spending a week wearing orange shirts and buttons and fearing the dreaded Kangaroo Court. As freshmen we accomplished many things, but our biggest accomplishment was surviving our first year of Humanities. Praise the Lord!!! During our first year at Milligan we made friend- ships that through the next 3 years will continue to go stronger, and hopefully become friendships that will last forever. So let ' s make the most out of these next 3 years at Milligan as we grow closer together with one an- other. Kathy Brown Fresh. Pres. 50 Freshmen 51 FRESHMEN Jacqueline Adams Lance Adams Andy Baker Natalie Barker Lea Ann Barkes Elaine Baugh Jennifer Baynes Laurie Bell Scott Bell Jeffrey Boling Sandie Bond Tammy Boston Polly Boynton Kevin Bradley Anna Buchta Teresa Cable Ginger Campbell Jennifer Campbell Carolyn Chalmers Cathy Brown Kathy Brown Lisa Brown Tammy Brown 52 Freshmen Jonathan Chambers H Kris Chandler Kelly Clark Stephanie Conley Class of ' 88 Connie Cooper Mike Coton Christina Cottrell Wade Creggar Roberta Cross Timothy Crum Sara Cummins Laurie Cupp Lindsay Dahl Suzanne Dalton Tim DeFord Tim DeVolld Jeff Dill Wendy Dillon Jason Doting Kelly Doughman Stacey Drogowski Monique Dubois Freshmen 53 Rick Dunn Karisa Durr Ann Ferguson Joy Fleming Becky Fry Lori Gibson Ruth Greene Amy Grimes Connie Haden Melissa Hall Rich Hall Renee Ham Kristi Hammond Rob Hardester Becky Harper Billy Haskins Teresa Hayden Lora Hays We ' ve only Rick Hessler Betty Jo Hill Lucy Hill Patti Hill 54 Freshmen just begun Phyllis Hill Kim Hogan Chrissy Horn David Hubbart Angie Hughes Marc Imboden Darlene Kemplen David Kinnick Jonathan Kinnick Lori Knick Gretchen Kutzner Leslie Lambe Jo Anne McCracken Perry McDorman Susie McNett Sam Messimer Elaine Mize Monica Morgan Patti Morgan Joy Murphy Karen Murphy Ronn Ann Naedele Karen Nave Freshmen 55 FRESHMEN Brian Nix Jennifer Oosting James Payne Julie Pierce Julie Pirkl Katrina Proffitt Tina Propst Jene Ray Wilbur Reid Jim Rice Julie Rice Dianna Richardson Jacki Richardson Michelle Rieser Kristi Robinson Richard Ross Mark Rudberg Shelly Saathoff Amy Sampson Laura Scruggs Beth Ann Shanaberger Lisa Shatterly 56 Freshmen FRESHMEN Jon Shiver Joe Simpson Lisa Slater Chris Slone Jennifer Stacy Jennifer Stacy Nancy Steele Charlene Stevic Cindy Stuck Darian Taylor Dee Ann Taylor Brenda Tibbetts Melissa Tyra Christine Walker Carter Warden J Douglas Wert M Rick Williams Angie Wood David Wooters Neil Braithwaite Susan Braithwaite Tammy Brown Daniel Burkman Deborah Carr Michele Carrien Greg Fisher Christine Foley Jim Freeman William Gardner Brenda Harmon Dawna Henderson Christopher Hensley Laura Hull Michael Kotur Randy Landry Mark Madden Chip Mehaffey John Miller Timothy Miller Uloma Ozioma Nwagbara Rebeka Poston Tim Prickett Ty Ramey Sharon Ratcliff Susan Scott Rusty Sluder Andrew Smith Wendy Smith James Stuart Bradley Taylor David Teel Bryan Thomas Adam Thornton Jennifer Walcher Michael Walton Steve Watson Freshmen 57 £ c V jl0 c$ N c X c? For lack of guidance a nation falls, hut many advisors make victory sure. Prov 11 ' 14 Our PRESIDENT FIRST LADY Mr. Mrs. Leggett are very dedicated to Milligan. They travel every weekend to raise funds and support. In their rare spare time they enjoy boating and skiing. The students love and appreciate their hard work and outstanding devotion. Shelburne Ferguson Executive Vice President Kenneth Oosting Academic Dean Sue Skidmore Acting Dean of Students Elizabeth Schenk Director of Financial Aid Bob Taylor Business Manager Phyllis Fontaine Registrar 60 Administration Left: " Prof Sisk " — Alumni Right: Steve Preston — Director of Learning Resources Jack Sale Ron Eversole Director of Development Director of Alumni Planned _. - Giving Not pictured: Mr. Bob Dabney Director of Admissions Charlie Shuffler Director of Maintenance Not pictured: Joe McCormick — Asst. to President »« Rosemary Shields Public Relations Administration 61 Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many Dr. W.C. Gwaltney Bible Dr. Lee Magness Bible Greek Dr. Richard Phillips Bible Philosophy •xrr I HK Dr. David Roberts Bible Dr. Donald Schaffer Bible German Dr. Henry Webb Bible Humanities Mr. Eugene Price Accounting, Corp. Fin., Advertising 62 Faculty advisors they suceed. Prov. 15:22 Mr. Wayne Griffith Accounting Business Mrs. Virginia Laws Business Mr. Freddie Newsome Accounting Business Mr. Joe Slone Computer Science Ms. Carolyn Walsh Computer Science Dr. Paul Clark Education Mrs. Norma Morrison Education Mr. Jim Pierson Education Mrs. Carolyn Woolard Language Faculty 63 Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show it by his good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom. James 3:13 Dr. Terry Dibble Humanities Literature Dr. Jack Knowles Humanities Literature Dr. Joyce Potter Humanities 64 Faculty Dr. Tim Dillon Humanities History Mrs. Pat Magness Humanities Mrs. Janice Huang Math Mrs. Ann lies Humanities Literature Mrs. Carolyn Nipper Humanities Mr. Hugh Imboden Math Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show it by his good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom. James 3:13 (pAoto- TV AVAILABLE Mr. Wayne Oosting Math Dr. David Runner Music Ms. Linda King Phys. Ed. Volleyball Mrs. Jeanette Crosswhite Music Dr. Pat Bonner Physical Ed. .viUi,. Mr. Ron Reed Basketball Mr. Doug Gross Music I -7 in Mrs. Rowena Bowers Physical Ed. Mr. Duard Walker Phys. EH Tennis Faculty 65 For it is God who works in you to will and to act Dr. Bertram Allen Psychology Mr. Larry Crouch Psychology Dr. Euel Ownby Psychology Dr. James Street Psychology ' " t ■ . Dr. Charles Gee Ms. Junker Dr. Eugene Nix Science Science Science Faculty according to his good purpose. Phil. 2:13 Dr. David Roberts Science Dr. Gary Wallace Science 6»» k 1 y o Y f Dr. Ruby Taylor Speech Dr. Robert Hall Sociology Dr. Susan Higgins Sociology Greek ■ Mr. Joe Lewis Women ' s Basketball Mrs. Billie Oakes Asst. Librarian Mrs. June Leonard Library Faculty 67 Staff and Support Terri Jackson, Sec. Dean of Students Patrica Marlow, Sec. Financial Aid Carol Coffie, Sec. Maintenance Regina Black. Sec. Development Jean Mullins SUB Manager Jake Rector Maintenance Foreman Dave Sapp Security John Collins Maintenance Crew Phil King and John Hopkins — Security 68 Staff and Support Administrative Staff Alicia Slone Coordinator of Women ' s Residence Rosemarie Shields Director of Public Relations Michael Smith Data Processing Elizabeth Schenk Financial Aid Director Mary Heatherly Accountant Opal Lyons Director of Health Services Kathy Smith Mailroom and Personnel Manager Dr. William Morehouse Marketing Communications Cort Mills, Webb Hall Co-Head Resident Administration and Faculty 69 Left to right: (Cooks) Sharon Smith, Charlotte Byers, Pauline Lyons, Reba Shephard, MGR., Mamie Gourley, Pauline Hill, Tammy Rourk, Faye Owens, Doris Branch, MGR. Left to right: (Cooks) Sally Leach, Sue Moreland, Edna Harrell, Mildred Tip- ton. Business Office: Melissa Anderson, Nannette Perry, Mark Matson, Mary Heatherly, Carolyn Gentry Admissions Office: Tim Smith, Lori Franklin, Betsy Davis 70 Staff Mrs. Hill Secretary to President Charlotte Blevins Receptionist Mrs. Mayfield Secretary to Education Kathy Smith Public Relations Velma Hall Faculty Secretary Nancy Huff Public Realtions Natalie Stoughton Secretary to Registrar Beth Begley Director of Food Services Teresa Wilson Secretary to Academic Dean Staff 71 s p $} Congratulations Melody — you are the first customer for Robin ' s Beauty Shop! Is this Santa Clause? No, it ' s just Tammy playing around. " -i - V 1_ - £A ' . • .j£ The Sutton Sensations — A Dorm of Respect not Rules! R.A. ' s: Susan Currier, Debbie Smith, Kelly Henderson, Lisa Pryor 74 Sutton Relax Dana latest style! this is the Dorm Council: Adeline Prophet, Leslie Fraiser, Shelby Steele, Donna Phipps (Pres.), Beth Williams — not pictured. The Dorm with Action . . . Sutton Hall! S futton Hall is probably one of the main build- ings here on campus, largely due to the cafeteria. A constant flow of people in- vade the building three times a day to get their nourish- ment. (Or at least to get what they paid for!). Besides being part of the infamous dining hall, Sutton has a life of its own. The dorm houses a large number of girls, coming from a vari- ety of states. Joey, Kathy, Josiah, and ? Potter. The unity shared by the girls makes Sutton dorm a special place. " Unity brings friendships, and friendships bring good times. " Among the many activities Sutton participates in are Secret Pals, Dorm Devotions, Late- night MTV, Respecting each other, and cleaning storage rooms. In closing, there is only one thing left to say . . . We are the dorm at the top of the hill! So, lets be proud of it! Sutton 75 Beware, as you enter the Home of the Rowdiest W hrough the years, Par- m dee Hall has earned many reputations. The water slide, frisbees, water balloons, and a rich stereo sound have all become trade- marks. Trademarks which will be known for years to come. The water slide is opened especially for new students. A welcome to Col- lege Life straight from the Robert Shields — the Plato of Par- dee? The infamous Rowdies! heart of Pardee! Frisbees and water balloons are signs that spring is on its way. The ste- reo sounds of Pardee speak for themselves. As with any- thing, new traditions are made. This year the dorm added the guitar room, " hall ball " , and all-season golf. (The Pardee Golf Club will soon be here for those who need a change of winter pace.) The Rowdies have never lacked originality. 76 Pardee Dorm Council: Greg Edington, Dan Gregory — Pres., Barry Brown, Darak Weaver, Doug Colgrove, Jeff Dill, John Walker, Carlisle Chambers. The Proud Parents— Tim, Marsha, and Andrew Ross. R.A. ' s— Tim Snyder, Dave Mills, Rick Raines, Jeff Bourn The champions of snow golf: Tom Roberts, Joey Meddings, and Wade Nichols. Pardee 77 Karen Stahl and Christina Garber enjoying their new friends! Hart ' s new head residents— Cal and Shari Lyford. Swing your partner! Marty Bullis enjoys himself at the annual Hart Hall square dance. 78 Hart Hall Haven of Love . . . H ' art Hall is one of the three women ' s resi- dents dorms located on Milligan College. This the largest and newest of the three dormitories. The dorm like the others has a close- knit group of ladies who feel " at home " in Hart. The resi- dents share special times such as Secret Pals, Big Sis- ters — Little Sisters, and De- votions. The dorm also experienced some changes this year. Along with the new murals on the hallway walls, the dorm lost its head residents, Pete, Nancy, and Ellen Cummins. They finished the Fall Se- mester and then moved on. Cal and Shari Lyford re- placed them at the beginning of the Spring Semester. Al- though it was like starting all over again, both the girls and the head residents adjusted and enjoyed the closeness of a family. Happy Birthday Dr. Hart from Hart Hall! Hart Hall 79 Relaxing in the dorm, Trevor White, David Eversole, and Curtis Brun take a break from rigorous studying. David Snow — with a smile like that he has to be up to something. Individuality . . . Tradition . . . Webb Hall The men of Webb Hall prize, among other things, their sense of individuality. Unlike other dormitories on the Milligan College campus, they see themselves not as a single or- ganism with one massive ego which operates on impulse. Rather, they are simply a mi- cro-community of various in- dividuals who are all living in the same building. Known for their annual " Cigar Parties " , the men of Webb enjoy par- ticipating in numerous ac- tivities, among which this year were the Pizza Party and numerous movie show- ings. However, the men of Webb do not allow their sense of community to ab- sorb and destroy their per- sonalities, each being differ- ent. The attitude of Webb could best be described, " Where Individuality is still a Tradition. " The men of Webb Hall do not look upon the residents of other dorms as being inferior or second rate, but rather as younger siblings in one happy family. This is the spirit of Webb. Rick Dunn ' s wall sports an open invitation to the female population. 1 80 Webb r It ' s the " Miss Webb " participants! David Reece, Dave Hubbard, Phil Holdman, and Rick Williams dressed in drag for the Miss Webb Beauty Contest at a February open house. No Coneheads Allowed! Now Wally, is that really in the handbook?! s Webb 81 Distance may part them but Spirit keeps them: Hardin •i » " W yardin Hall is a worn- m m en ' s residence hall which was built in 1913. It is named in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Har- din. The dormitory, affec- tionately referred to as the " Hardin Hilton " , houses 33 girls, their dorm parents, two families of rats, one goldfish, and Nerd Bird. The girls in the dorm enjoy a variety of activities such as marathon dorm meetings, falling through the lobby fur- The Hardin Family. niture, sunbathing on the roof, winning the annual Hardin-Pardee football game, and watching " soaps " with Fred. There is also much diversity in events within the dorm. These events include aerobic sessions, salon ap- pointments, laundry sched- ules, and group ventures to the local SUB. Although there is variety and diversity in background, occupational goals, and shoe size, the girls of the dorm are what make the " big house " a home. 82 Hardin Our Beloved Home. Our mom and dad: Jeannie and Rob Gardner and our lil ' sis, Nicoa. The authority system: Jeannie Gardner, H.R.; Suzzanne Pless, DC Rob Gardner, H.R.; Rhonda Waldrop, RA; Trishia Nicely, Pres.; Becky Dougherty, RA; Megan Stump, DC; Jenny Hartley, RA; Pam Bowyer, DC. Hardin 83 It ' s a party! Open Houses bring friends together in Randy Davis ' room. Uno anyone? Phil McDaniel and Ron Dove enjoy a game of cards. A new form of break dancing?! Brad Harvey, Mike Crowell, and Elmer Sanders show the ladies a new step. Jana Engel and Mark Madden look at an old yearbook during a Hart ' s Open House. 84 Open Houses Not exactly an engraved invitation, but . . . Need some excitement . . . Open Houses! yv oes the social life at K MNiWYig n bore you? Do you wish for some fun and excitement? Well, look no more! The ever popu- lar Open Houses are the thing for you. Once a month each dorm opens its doors to the campus for some good fellowship and loads of fun. These thrilling events usual- ly run about 3 hours in length. A variety of themes have been used throughout the year. For example, the themes of the 50 ' s, Hallow- een, Christmas, and Valen- tines were all big hits. Over all Open Houses encourage a unity and a spirit unique to Milligan. Open Houses 85 Freshmen Susie Starkey, Kelly Doughman, Wendy Dillon, and Stacy Drogowski wait patiently in the lobby of Hart Hall for Dr. Hart to appear. The girls of Hart held a surprise birthday party for Dr. Hart on Sep- tember 20. Punk Freshmen?! Jennifer Stacey, Carolyn Chalmers, and Stacey Drogowski sport one of many fashionable ways to wear the dread- ed Orange T-shirts. August found freshmen, alone and away from home, Starting Over ■ uring Orientation B Week, freshmen and MB transfer students be- w come acquainted with the Milligan community. The week started on Saturday, August 25, and ended on Thursday, August 30 when classes commenced. Both the new stu- dents and their parents were given an opportunity to meet with advi- sors and the Administration. The orientation included a Get-Ac- quainted Party, a Banana Split Party, and skating party where the students could get to know each other. Interspersed with the activi- ties were academic and placement testing, as well as musical audi- 86 Freshmen Week tions. The new students had plenty of free time to get settled in their rooms and become acquainted with the campus. Wednesday evening, August 29, incoming students were given a challenge for the coming year dur- ing a special consecration service. The next morning during the tradi- tional Marticulation Service, the new students became an official part of the studenty body by sign- ing their names in the school ' s ros- ter. Other events that will be remem- bered by many of the new students were rock-sliding and the ever- feared Kangaroo Court. Every year the upperclassmen take the fresh- men rock sliding up in the moun- tains. Although this may sound dangerous, the majority of the peo- ple find it very exciting. The event that is feared more than rock slid- ing is that of Kangaroo Court. Since the school did not have the traditional dinks, freshmen and transfers were given orange Milli- gan T-shirts to wear during Fresh- men Week. If, for any reason, Kan- garoo Court got someone ' s shirt, disciplinary action was taken im- mediately. Unfortunately for those who were caught, the Court met during meal times in front of the whole body of students. . ' ' -i Looks like fun! Pam Unger and Debbie Carr take a reprieve from the heat to slide down the water slide. Safe and sound, the whole clan poses for a shot after the annual rock sliding trip to Red Fork Falls. That ' s quite a trip! Russell Gardner looks apprehensive as he splashes down the rock slide. The rock slide is an annual freshmen initiation event although many upperclass- men also enjoy trip. Freshmen Week 87 Our Board of Trustees Our Board of Advisors ' ■ ' ' , " © h . 72 I V 7 Alumni football team looking lean and mean!? Sandra Foster, Milligan ' s even- ing college graduate — 1984 Visits by Prospective Students and Alumni had us Looking Both Ways HTach October Milligan I j welcomes both pro- spective students and alumni for a weekend. Pro- spective students came for the weekend of October 18-20th. During their stay they visited classes, had a campfire, held special ves- pers, and toured the campus. They stayed with upperclass- men in the dorms, which al- lowed them to see what dorm life is really like. On Thurs- day they were given the chance to see the dress re- hearsal of " Barnum " . Alumni and Board mem- bers came the following weekend. The Board met Thursday and Friday. The activities of the weekend in- cluded an alumni banquet, alumni-student football game, and the paly " Bar- num " . This gave the alumni a chance to get acquainted with the new students and to catch up on old friendships. Alumni and Board 89 OUR OWN SWEETHEARTS- SLONES. -THE Marc Imboden entertaining the sweethearts. " Come on guys — act like you are enjoying yourself. Mr. Price — the next Bob Hope?! 1 j 1 1 » i ! : t H i 1 . ;; 1 1 ; i f 1 90 Sweetheart Banquet Brian Jackson and Nancy Paul eagerly await the revealing of the winners. " O.K., Joel, what are you up to? " Special Night at the Sweetheart Banquet TTr ho is the sweetest Yw P erson a t Milligan? One way to find out is to attend the annual Sweetheart Banquet. Each class votes for the guy and gal who they think is the " sweet- est " . The winners are an- nounced at the banquet. The night is filled with good times Charlie shows some appreciation for his award. and fond memories. After enjoying a delicious dinner — the students are en- tertained. This year Marc Imboden sang some Love Ballads and other popular tunes. Mr. Price had the hon- or of being Master of Cere- monies for the evening. Sweetheart Banquet 91 As the fanfare sounds Mark Mad- den and Rob Hardester carry in the Plum Pudding. Is it King Arthur ' s court? No, its the Chamber Singers entertaining the audience at the Madrigal Din- ners. W ver wonder what it was rni. like to live during the days of King Arthur? Do you long for those roman- tic songs of the past? Well, reminisce with us as we take a look at the Madrigals per- formed by the Chamber Singers and other Milligan students. The program is one of Mil- ligan ' s largest productions. The evening includes an old fashioned dinner and enter- tainment provided by the King and his court. This tra- dition has been enjoyed for many years and will continue to be enjoyed for years to come. Old Fashioned Christmas ... Madrigals! 92 Madrigal Dinners The Court Jester, Becky Peil is up to her impish tricks! Dave Mills, one of the head waiters for the Court, prepares to light the Figgy Pudding. Amy Sampson, Lucy Hill, Jennifer Peters and Beth Ann Shanaberger entertain guests of the Madrigal Dinners with a song. Madrigal Dinner 93 Songs, Talent, Laughter . . . Concerts — Helicon! This year ' s concert schedule included a wide variety of enter- tainment. Among the musical guests were Larry Bryant, Carman, the Mainz Chamber Orchestra, and an Opera — The Marriage of Figaro. Each concert was a well-filled night. Both students and other mem- bers of the community en- joyed the evenings ' activities. Another musical guest in the form of dance was the Momen- tum Dance Company. Their expressions of the dance art forms were very beautiful and entertaining. Helicon is the special talent show put on by the students and faculty. The acts range from serious songs to playful entertainment. This concert has become a Milligan tradi- tion. Along with this annual concert comes the Helicon Publication. This publication is filled with songs, poems, and other writings from the people in the Milligan community. 94 Concerts — Helicon The Momentum Dance Company demonstrating some moves in Convocation. John Barto gives his all for the Helicon concert. Larry Bryant praising God with his talents! Is it an angry mob? No, just students waiting to see Larry Bryant in concert. A quartet from the hills . . . Kevin Flora, Rick Raines, Brian Jackson, and Jonathon Hughes. Concerts — Helicon 95 A scene from Barnum. Loretta Jette, Brad Burt, Joellen Young, and Julie Johnson giving it their best. Lights, Camera . . . Action! ff r ife is a stage and we are players ... " or so the saying goes. The theater is a place where one can be a totally different person. That is the art of drama. Milligan keeps this art form each year with the productions of var- ious plays. The plays are directed by Mrs. Shields and performed by the students and even some faculty members. " Come on guys, stop clowning around! " Plays 97 The day after. Dave Wooters decides the job is too big for him! The new maintenance crew? No, just some of the many students who volunteered to help out. 98 Fieldhouse Doug Foote ready to battle the high waters in the Fieldhouse. Remember When . . . The day was May 5, 1985. It started out like any other day, the sun was shining and the birds were singing. Then somewhere be- tween 2 pm and 8 pm nature took her toll on the fieldhouse. As the sky grew darker and the rain came down harder, the fieldhouse roof began to rip. The aftermath of the storm proved to be detremintal. The roof gave way and deflated. One last look. The rain poured in the giant whole and flooded the field- house. The next day maintenance began the long hours of clean- ing the fieldhouse. The job was so time consuming that many of the students and faculty pitched in and helped. The fu- ture of the fieldhouse is still in the making. Will the old roof be restored or will a new roof be erected? Only time will tell. Fieldhouse 99 Rick Raines and Brian Jackson showing school spirit. Lori Hertzog — Service with a Smile! 100 Sub Cafe - mass Mike, we were only kidding about the food! Maybe if I push harder I won ' t taste it! Food and Fellowship . . . S.U.B. and Cafeteria! ££ " y.D. please Where are you? Where else, right in the confounds of Milligan College Cafeteria. The place to be if you want to socialize, make suggestions or state your opinion (in a box of course!); to see excitement; or to wonder while you eat what exactly that is slapped on your plate. Sunday Buffet, Now John, you really don ' t expect me to believe that?! food, fun, and a social life, no advertisement . . . just our own Milligan Cafeteria! S.U.B. (sub) n. clipped form of : 1. Submarine 2. sub- stitute — Sorry Mr. Webster, ask any Milligan Student and he will tell you that the S.U.B. is the Student Union Building. The place on cam- pus to cash a last minute check, to catch a free movie, grab a bite to eat, or just to enjoy the fellowship. Sub Cafe 101 Its Wild! Its Crazy! Milligan Madness!! Traditions are not only meant to be broken but also to be made. That ' s exactly what happened in the all new game show, Milligan Madness. Thanks to Webb Hall and WQUT the stu- dents, faculty, and communi- ty spent an enjoyable evening playing games and winning prizes. This seems to be an evening full of plain fun but to the Elizabethton ' s Emer- gency Child Shelter it carried more meaning. The proceeds went to help this center for Cyndi was right . have fun! girls do want to children. The Master of Ceremonies for the evening was our own Mr. Ferguson. The contes- tants were people from the Milligan community and the surrounding area. The prizes were donated from various sponsors in the business com- munity of Johnson City and Elizabethton. Some of the prizes included a stereo sys- tem, a complete computer system, cameras, glasses and a television. The show was a hit and hopefully a new tradi- tion. 102 Milligan Madness Dr. Roberts and Dan Shackelford enjoying the game of " Find the melon. " " That ' s showing him, Kelly. " " Now Christie, you don ' t have to be afraid! " Jon Gilpin and Roger Mize disguised as women. " Pretty sexy guys! " Milligan Madness 103 A Time to Laugh . . . Convo Mania Convo Mania is one of the most notorious con- vocations of the year. Students eagerly wait for the time when they can truly sit back and enjoy the hour al- lotted for Convocation. This special time is one in which the students participate in a comical look at Milligan life. Yes, satire is heavy and hits home hard. Yet, the majority of the Milligan community laughs away the hour, taking Students listen attentively to hear the debaters ' arguments in Convo Mania. with it the memories of the humorous side of life. Marty Bullis, the head of the program joined with oth- er students to prepare the ac- tivities. Among the sched- uled events were the " Breaking for Jesus " danc- ers, the Debate, and the Fruits of the Spirit. The an- nual news commentaries were presented also. Overall the hour was very relaxed and helped boost the morale of the student body. 104 Convo Mania Marty Bullis listens as Rick Dunn completes his argument for his team. Dave Hubbard makes an important speech as June Byrd patiently awaits for her time to shine. Marty Bullis and Marc Imboden Breaking for Jesus! Bill Nichol interviewing the infamous Fruits of the Spirit. Convo Mania 105 LeaAnn Barkes, Treva Draper, and Connie Cooper enjoy their steaks after a long wait in line. Rick Dunn preparing himself for a big hit! Dr. Gwaltney giving the " high sign " to his team. 106 Wonderful Wednesday Warming up for the big game. Tom Tomlinson and Becky Doughtery start the relay race at the obstacle course. • - !.«. a ' . r- si Jit ' s Here . . . Wonderful Wednesday!! fi . . ' Once again the time has arrived for everyone to drop what they are do- ing and relax. No classes, no tests, paper, or any other kind of work — it is time for Wonderful Wednesday! This is the one day, other than graduation, that everyone looks forward to. This is a day of celebration. A day in which people have fun by participating in the games or by just watching the games. " Hey, where is the ball? " Players in the 4-way volleyball await their turn. Part of the fun is the surprise one feels when the day is fi- nally revealed. The activities are planned by the Social Affairs Com- mittee. Some of the events for this year ' s Wonderful Wednesday were the annual Faculty-Student Softball Game, Relay Races, 4-way Volleyball, and a Faculty Hunt. The day was topped off with a steak dinner on Derthick lawn. The evening ' s entertainment included a watermelon feast and the movie " Raiders of the Lost Ark. " ' f M 108 Graduation Pasty Present, and Future . . . GRADUATION! Past, present, and future all three come together within a matter of hours on gradu- ation day. Although each student longs for this special occasion, the p ast seems to fill the minds of the students with memories of the past four years. Standing and waiting in line allows each one to ponder over their past, present, and their fu- ture. As the time draws to a close, the joys and fears of graduation be- come a reality. This year ' s Baccalaureate was honored with a sermon from Mr. Bill Smith, minister of Chumber- land Christian Church in Chum- berland, Indiana. Commencement held a special message not only for the graduates but also for the mem- bers of the audience. The speaker was Loret Miller Ruppe, the Direc- tor of the Peace Corps in Washing- ton D.C. She encouraged everyone to be their best in whatever path they should choose. Dean Oosting and President Leggett were present to recognize and confer the degrees of the 95 students in the class of 1985. Along with these candidates were 3 Fide et Amore Citations and one Honor- ary Degree. Graduation 109 £ ip $ Computer Science Club The Computer Science Club is a newly formed club with the main purpose of organizing students in- terested in data processing. The club meets on a regular basis and has guest speakers at many of their meetings. Steve Gensurowsky the club ' s president along with Mr. Joe Slone and Mrs. Janice Huang, club sponsors, organize field trips for the members. Although a new club, the Computer Science Club has be- come an active group on campus. (right) How did Ken do that? (below left) Are you sure this will work? (row 1: left to right) Robin Bary, Ken Margolf, Becci Craft; (row 2) Wendy Bloemker, Becky Harper, Angie Green, Will Wingate, Steve Gensurowsky (Pres.), Denise Anderson (Sec); (row 3) Alan Braton, Jonathan Kinnick 112 Computer Science (top) President, Theresa Small, and the finished product. The Helicon is a literary magazine pub- lished in the spring of the year. It consists of poems, stories, artwork and other types of creative writing contributed by the stu- dents. For students whose talents may lie in other areas. A Helicon concert is given also in the spring. This concert is a variety show in which students may participate in song, in skit, or in other ways. Helicon (top) Theresa Small (Pres.), Rick Hessler, Jim Potter, Robin Bary (bottom left) Jim finds just what he needed, (bottom) Theresa helps Rick proofread an article. Helicon 113 SOCIAL AFFAIRS Row 1 — David Hubbart, Paul Holder. Row 2 — Susan Pless, Jeff Bourn, Lisa Keen, Cathi Fowler (chairman), Lynn Pottenger. Not pictured — Jim Wood, Sam Adams. ASSOCIATION OF Social Affairs Committee is a part of SG A. They are re- sponsible for seeing that there are ac- tivities for the stu- dents. Social Affairs is in charge of things such as showing movies in the sub, food nights during finals week, square dances, white water rafting, and Red Fork Falls Rock Sliding. They are also in charge of Thirp Week, in which they showed such movies as " Splash " and " Cloak and Dag- ger " . The two main projects of the So- cial Affairs Com- mittee are " Won- derful Wednesday " and the Sweetheart Banquet. CHRISTIAN MINISTERS The Association of Christian Ministers is a club that gives stu- dents a chance to discuss topics that relate to Christian Ministry. The club meets three times each semes- ter and invites many qualified speakers to attend these meetings. The meetings are open to all Milli- gan students. The club also sponsors a picnic which is open to all the stu- dents as well. IL-- Row 1 — David LaDuke, Tom Caraway, Marty Bullis, Wally Taylor, Randy Davis. Row 2 — Rick Raines, David Siebenaler, Dave Mills, Susan Oliver, Cindy Cornwell, Pat Stuart, Mike Vaughn. Row 3 — Darin Smith, Dr. David Roberts, Dr. Susan Higgins, Dr. Lee Mag- ness, Julie Ray, Rob Kastens, John Dobbs, Dr. Henry Webb. 114 Social Affairs and Ministers SWIM CLUB The Swim Club is a group of individuals who get together for fun and competition. Their season begins with an annual Swim-A-Thon. They are coached and sponsored by Dr. Charles Gee and his wife, Pam. The Gee ' s have been coaching the Water Buffs for eight years and their outstanding coaching and support is greatly ap- preciated. Row 1 — Brent Jasper, Dave Robinson, Jim Agnew, Jonathan Cham- bers, John Smith. Row 2 — Jennifer Stacy, Angela Green, Susie McNett, Teresa Hay- den, Sarah Cummins, Tammy Kinnerson, Dena Brown. CIRCLE K The Circle K Club is a service club and is sponsored by the Johnson City Metropolitan Kiwanis Club. The faculty ad- visors consist of Mr. Price and Mr. Griffith. The projects con- sisted of sponsoring a Big Brother and Sister program with the East Tennesse Chris- tian Children ' s Home, visita- tion at the Veteran Administra- tion, babysitting for Alumni weekend, and organizing cam- pus activities such as cook-outs and picnics. Row 1 — Christy Hollan, Bryana Burbank, Terri Brinkley, Polly Boynton, Phyllis Gower, Gina Lambert, Tammy Johnson. Row 2 — Tim Devolt, Steve Borneman, Mike Hogan, John Watson, Joe Nanny, Vincent Slabaugh, Keith Tolbert. Swim Club and Circle K 115 CAMP Radiance — Angie Knowles, Dave Robinson, Lisa Hill, Brian Jackson. MILLIGAN STU- DENTS DEVOTE THEIR SUMMERS AND BREAKS DUR- ING THE SCHOOL YEAR TO THE SER- VICE OF OTHERS. Heritage — Rob Hardester, Karen Berry, Martha Stoughton, John Barto, Anita Lavallee, Dave King. 116 Camp Teams TEAMS Perfect Hart — Laurie Snyder, ton, Amy Sampson. Lynn Bar- Limited Edition — Curtis Booher, Dan McCall, Jona- than Hull, Mike Johnson. Not pictured — Chris Slone. Ecclesia — Billy Haskins, Jennifer Baynes, Lori Knick, Brent Jasper. Camp Teams 117 STAMPEDE Front row: Monica McQuiston, Norma Nehren, Chuck Paulsen, Frank Drew. Second row: Nancy Paul, Bob Brown, Sally Barto, Theresa Small. Third row: Wally Taylor, John Woodring, Laura Scruggs, Lisa Brown, Robin Bary, John Barto. Back row: Dave Robinson, Jason Doting, Wade Dickison, Rick Hessler, Dave Siebenaler, Tim Snyder. EDITOR Bob Brown STAMPEDE Milligan College, TN 37682 (615) 929-0116 Editor-in-Chief: Bob Brown News Editor: Jason Doting Copy Editor: Frank Drew Feature Editor: Rick Hessler Business Manager: Nancy Paul Editorial Assistant: Lisa Brown Editorial Assistant: Norma Nehren Staff: Sally Barto Robin Bary Wade Dickison Cindy Jackson Tim Kirk Monica McQuiston Chuck Paulsen Carole Railey Dave Robinson Amy Sampson Scoop Laura Scruggs Theresa Small Rhonda Waldrop Steve Watson John Woodring Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bertram Allen The business editorial offices of the STAMPEDE are located in the Sutton Hall basement. The STAMPEDE is the official student newspaper of Milligan College and is published by the Milligan College Publications Board. The STAMPEDE is printed by the Elizabethton Newspapers, Inc., Elizabethton, TN. . 118 Stampede Staff p o L I T I C A L (Left) Jim Pattison, Elmer Sanders, Mike Crowell, Walter Taylor, Vincent Sla- baugh, Scott Dines, Ron Dove, Roger Roberts, Michelle Mays, Gayle Tabor, Ginger Cambell. The Political Science Club is a group of politically minded students. The meetings are open to anyone interested, and there are many outside speak- ers. These speakers discuss views on American politics, as well as world politics. This year the Political Science Club con- centrated on a Pro-Life theme. 5 C I E N E Political Science 119 THE 1984-1985 Cynthia Rock 1984-85 Editor The yearbook at Milligan College, and most any other college, is a tradition, yet not many people real- ize how much work and effort is put into this publica- tion until they themselves have had the experience. Though no yearbook is perfect, and the year seems to drag by for staff members, nobody appreciates the book more when it comes out than those who have put so much effort and energy into it. I would gratefully like to thank everyone (staff, friends and family included) who assisted in the pub- lication of this yearbook. A special thanks to Mrs. Ann lies, our advisor, for the time and support she has given the Buffalo staff through the years, and to Ms. Sandra Smith, Herff Jones Yearbook Represen- tative, for her knowledge, guidance, and patience when it came to deadlines. Though, at times, it seemed the pressure would never cease, Mrs. lies and I surprisingly made it through a very rough year. Overall, three years in- volved with yearbook has been an invaluable exper- ience. Appreciate the yearbook; the staff, though unno- ticed to most, put endless energy into it. In closing, I hope that you are pleased with this book and that we have given the Class of 1985 a collection of memories that will not be forgotten. Qindy Rock 1984-85 Editor Mrs. Ann lies Faculty Advisor Curtis Brunn and Mike Crowell Photographers Rick Dunn— Took Staff Picture Elaine Mize — Club Section 120 Yearbook Staff BUFFALO STAFF The BUFFALO Staff from left to right: Curtis Brunn, Cindy Rock, Roger Mize, Bert Cross, Lois Elaman, Pam Phillis, Lori Fields, and Elaine Mize f Roger Mize Ads Patrons Pam Phillis Right Arm to the Editor Lori Fields Sports Faculty The Buffalo staff is a group of hard working, dedicated students who put their time and effort into making the yearbook for the student body. Inexperi- enced at first, the staff learned quickly what it takes to produce a quality year- book. Yearbook Staff 121 Music Educators National Conference The Music Educators National Conference is an organization of professional musicians and music educators who are dedicated to promoting high standards of music appreciation and achievement in the public schools. The members of Milligan ' s student chapter are active throughout the year in assisting the music department, hosting receptions for recitalists, and supporting music students who desire to attend national and regional conventions and workshops. Its members strive to represent the Milligan ideal to visitors who come on campus to attend musical events. Brian Jackson, Laurie Snyder, Anita Lavallee, Christy Adams, Lo- retta Jette, Kerry Kinser, Brent Billheimer, and Mark Lewis. s s r v i c e e k e r s Row 1 — Carey Harris, Susan True, Brian Jackson, Susan Currier, Gail Bech- del. Row 2 — Rick Raines, Sheryl Powers, Mark Lewis, Dave Mills, Sue Dal- ton. Not pictured — David Siebenaler, Walter Taylor, Bill Nichol, and Debbie Bechtel. 122 MENC and Service Seekers Student Council for Exceptional Children Row 1 — Jan Toon, Christy Holden, Becky Taylor, Dave King. Row 2 — Bryanna Burbank, Sue Shipp, Sony Wise, Debbie Taylor, Cindi Wine- gardner. Not pictured — Carla Root, Dana Henning, Susan Currier, Kelly Henderson, Pam Boyer, Melinda Morris. Student Council for Exceptional Children opens doors to learning about the field of special education. Through the club, we are able to have really interesting speakers come to share. We also receive excellent magazines and other publications that prove to be helpful. SCEC members have opportunities to help with special children through projects and support them by contributing financially to programs designed for their benefit. The Service Seekers are students who strive to serve others through devo- tionals, song, and fellow- ship, both on and off cam- pus. The best thing about christian service is the joy and love that is given and received while working with other people and knowing that you are pleasing God. IJIilligaii College MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TN 37682 (615)929-01 16 SCEC and Service Seekers 123 Student Government Association Row 1 — Donna Phipps, Tammy Wood, Kelly Henderson, Debbie Smith, Joe Slone. Row 2 — Lisa Keen, Brenda Bradley, Lynn Pottenger, Lisa Pryor, Steve Reeves. Row 3 — Cathi Fowler, Tom Tomlison, Sheri Messimer. Row 4 — John Gilpin, Becky Sweitzer, Ron Dove, Chrissy Horn, John Watson, Mike Churchin. Row 5 — Ken Margolf, Tammy Kinnerson, Kathy Brown, Jene Ray, Chip Mehaffey. Row 6 — Dan Gregory, Eric Hobson. Row 7 — Jeff Boling, Joe Slone, Jr., Bill Greer. Row 8 — Rick Raines, Jonathan Hull, Doug Foote, Chuck Paulsen. Mike Churchin, Vice-Pres. Lisa Pryor 124 SGA Bill Greer Rick Raines The Student Government Association exists to serve the students of Milligan College. Various concerns on campus are brought to meetings for discussion and, when appropriate, any action deemed necessary. Perhaps the most important function which SGA fulfills is that of communicating the attitudes and perceptions of students to the administration. SGA officers are consulted on most major decisions and frequently play a significant role in the decision making process. Student Government has made great strides in recent years to effect a quality relationship among various members of the community. In order to succeed in this effort, SGA must have the input and support of the students, for they are the reason of its existence. Debbie Smith, Pres. SGA 125 CONCERT CHOIR Row 1: Angie Knowles, Rick Dunn, Brenda Harmon, Scott Bell, Cindy Jackson, Rob Hardester, Gail Bechdel, Mr. Gross. Row 2: Rick Raines, Lisa Slater, Kevin Flora, Lisa Shatterly, Brent Billheimer, Norma Nehren, Gregg Moreland. Row 3: Joan Hersey, Ronnann Naedele, Dave Mills, Loretta Jette, Brian Jackson, Lisa Hill, Steve Reeves, Laurie Snyder, Christy Adams. Row 4: Jennifer Baynes, Jonathan Hughes, Leslie Frasher, John Dobbs, Debbie Bechtel, Mark Lewis, Anita LaVallee The Concert Choir seeks to promote choral excellence and an appreciation of all styles of choral literature. While representing Milligan College, they try to deliver God ' s message to man through artful music. Their main performances are during convocation and Christmas vespers service. 126 Concert Choir MILLIGAN MEN Darian Taylor, Tim Kirk, Mark Madden, Bob Turner, Bob Brown, Frank Drew, Darin Smith, Brian Jones, Roy Holcomb, Jonathan Cham- bers, Jim Lyon, Janet Lyon 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. WOMEN ' S ENSEMBLE Female voices compose the Women ' s Ensemble which blends in harmony. The soprano and alto members vary in background as much as they do in vocal range and musical ability. These ladies strive to function as a single unit as they warm up, learn parts, and drill difficult melodies over and over. Row 1: Rebecca Fry. Row 2: Beth Williams, Chris Cottrell, Debora Pat- ten, Lisa Brown, Kerry Kinser, Ann Ferguson. Row 3: Dr. Runner, Julie Rice, Sue Dalton, Lucy Hill, Stacey Drogowsky, Amy Sampson, Kim McClanahan. Row 4: Patti Morgan, Beth Ann Shanaberger, Phyllis Hill, Sharon Ratliff ...... .. . „ T , _, Milligan Men and Women s Ensemble 127 £ $ S $» , v • ? BASKETBALL I Left to Right — Wilbur Reid, Roby Witcher, Mark Van Hoose, Joe Simpson, John Hutchins, Brad Taylor, Trevor White, Dale Lynch, John Epperson, Todd Brooks, Jamie Stewart. Not Pictured: Jim Freeman, Dan Burkman. WE APPRECIATED COACH REED AND ALL HIS HARD WORK FOR THE MILLIGAN BASKETBALL PRO- GRAM, AND ALSO HIS TWO ASSTS. JEFF BOURN SAM SPARKS. GOOD LUCK FOR THE 85-86 SEA- SON BUFFS! V 130 Men ' s Basketball Men ' s Basketball 131 MORE Sill, ' .:- 1 132 Men ' s Basketball BASKETBALL Two Points, John Men ' s Basketball 133 SHOW ' EM YOUR STUFF 134 Men ' s Basketball BIG BUFFS! Todd Brooks 10 Dale Lynch 12 Roby Witcher 11 ! Dan Burkman 14 i Joe Simpson 15 Wilbur Reid, III 21 Jamie Stewart 22 Steve Lambert 24 Trevor White 33 Jim Freeman 35 Brad Taylor 44 Mark Van Hoose 45 John Hutchins 50 Brad Morehouse 55 Men ' s Basketball 135 LADY BUFF CLASSICS Left to Right — Sharon Butler, Wendy Garber, Sue Fitch, Karen Barker, Retta Harris, Kristi Robinson, Lori Gibson, Regina Cornett, Helen Fuqua, Judy Mason, and Cynthia Garner. The Lady Buffs had a good season, 15-13. This year ' s team will lose 3 seniors, Cynthia Gar- ner, Wendy Garber, Helen Fuqua, who all contributed to the program. We are certainly proud of all these girls and their hard work effort. Will be looking forward to the 85-86 season. 136 Women ' s Basketball BASKETBALL ' 85 LADY BUFFS SHO W THEIR STUFF Women ' s Basketball 137 Softball . . J%jtJ ? - ' - Front row, left to right: Sheri Aubrey, Amy Grimes, Kim Ross, Cynthia Garner, Wendy Garber, Kristi Robinson, Judy Mason, (back row) Stephanie Conley, Michelle Rieser, Helen Fuqua, Coach Linda King, Sharon Butler, Karen Nave, Assistant Coach Joe Lewi s, Karen Barker, Lois Johnston, Pam Kettelson, and Susan Wright. 138 Softball ALIVE IN ' 85 Softball 139 1984-85 CHEERLEADERS KELLY ROLLINS, CAPT. SHELIA ANGEL, CO-CAPT. DENISE SANDERS LORI FIELDS WHITNEY SMITH DIANE DOWNHOUR TRISHIA NICELY JULIE PIRKL BARRY BROWN— MASCOT K - - •» i ft. : 9 f. f 140 Cheerleaders Whatever You Do, Do all to the Glory of God. I Cor. 10:31 Cheerleaders 141 VOLLEYBALL 1984 was a new beginning for the Lady Buffs volleyball team. Volleyball scholarships were awarded for the first time at Milligan this year bringing in strong recruits to join the four returning players from the 1983 season. Despite a somewhat disappointing season, plagued with injuries and illegibility conflicts, the Lady Buffs placed fourth in the District Tournament in Nashville and are very optimistic of a successful season in 1985. Coach — Linda King Team — Beca Craft, Kim Gibson, Pam Kettelson, Sondra Wise, Amy Grimes, Lois Johnston, Kelly Rollins, Gretchen Kutzner, Robin Gardner, Kim Hogan, Lori Gibson, Helen Fuqua, Karen Nave 142 Volleyball SPIKE-IT! Volleyball 143 BASEBALL 84-85 Front; Left to Right: Brock Anderson, Chris Slone, Rusty Herndon, Jeff Dill, Chris Hensley, Kevin Bradley, Mark Duncan. Back Row: Coach Joe Slone, Ed Benedict, Dale Lynch, Pat Stuart, Curtis Booher, David Hamilton, Tim Smith, Jeff Boling, Dan Burkman, Asst. Coach John Hutchins. SENIOR BUFFS ■ii»i m • -• - IMMMM BUFF PITCHERS 144 Baseball , •?.— , - " WAIT A MINUTE ... MY DEODORANT ISN ' T DRY! " " Lord, we ' ve got our wires crossed, " " Where ' s the fence? " says Tim S. Thanks to a very supportive crowd ■ -• ' ■- « Baseball 145 TENNIS— LADY FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT: REGINA CORNETT, TAMMIE KINNERSON, CINDY STUCK, REBECCA SAPP, BACK ROW: LYNDA PIERSON, JULIE RAY, BECKY DOUGHERTY, SHARI LYFORD, COACH CORZINE. COACH BECKY CORZINE I --.-v ■Mk J . ■y . • 146 Women ' s Tennis BUFFS— TENNIS LEFT: STEVE CUMMINS, SCOTT SHAW, RON DOVE, CHRIS RILEY, RICH HALL, KEITH TOLBERT, RICH AUBREY, COACH WALKER Men ' s Tennis 147 DRILLTEAM— THE BUFFETTES FRONT L to R: Melody Vestal, Phyllis George, Bryanna Burbank — capt., Tammie Kinnerson, Denise Sanders, Diane Downhour, Becky Rhodus. BACK ROW: Gail Bechtel, Carey Harris, Chris Cottrell, Gaye Chalmers, Sharyl Powers, Carol Baker, Denise Anderson, Loretta Jette, Whitney Smith. This was the first year for a dance team of any sort; and we are very proud of these girls for putting forth so much time and effort to make this such a success. We are looking forward to their next season. 148 Drillteam One last glance at Super Stars! Miscellaneous 149 ? £ N P ,6 © flmtrt) Stairs ?ims!i[) o« fc3S,988,41C •tou IMniHW ;; «0 I JOHMSOfrtlrr TN JTtOI 101 I t ORIGINAL TO SCHOOL II CARBON TO ADVERTISER Perry ' s Snack Foods TERRY ' S INC. 1400 Newton St. BRISTOL, VA. 24201 Cheezies (703) 669-8149 Teritos JOHNSON CITY WASHINGTON COUNTY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ofcO 1 The Chamber of Commerce on behalf of all Johnson City Washington County business firms is happy to extend its services to the students and faculty at Milligan College. We are proud that you have chosen Milligan to be your school. We invite you to make our area your home! " OUT FRONT AND MOVING AHEAD " BP H Insurance and Bonds Burke, Powers Harty, Inc. 1236 Volunteer Parkway Bristol, Tenn. 764-2112 152 Ads JONES TIRE STORES MICHELIN RADIAL M WHEEL ALIGNMENTS SHOCKS BRAKES Complete TIRE Service PHONE 929-1921 VERNIE JONES SONS 511 WEST MARKET STREET JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE r - 703 669-1743 We call the QUALITY approach to communications Creative Services. Full color printing design and layout service brochures programs newspapers-industrial, school, etc catalogues statements letterheads business forms quick print service invitations, wedding, social engraved stationery service personalized Christmas cards Quality Printers, Inc. 495 Old Airport Road - Bristol. Virginia 24201 tJe i ietfti L m Food Supplies Bristol, Tenn.-Vo:. 24201 (703)669-7126 " YOUR FOOD SERVICE NEEDS FROM A TO Z " Ads 153 From the Students, Faculty, Staff and Administration of EMMANUEL SCHOOL of RELIGION CcngratuI aticns e%3 CLASS DF 19B5 = 5 " VI ■ grayer for (SoMu Iftisoom ™S GOD. let the firmament of ( C j«1 heaven be shattered. Let the T5 y ' foundations of the earth burst. We cling to Thee. O rock of salvation. for we have dedicated ourselves to Thee. and we believe in Thv word. May our conduct be righteous and kind. May our speech be humble and gracious. May our thoughts be clear and clean. May we. above all. gain Christian wisdom. To the everlasting cross be glory, forever and ever. Amen. : j- " I rum An killer ' s Piihlu Pray, By Toyozo W. 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The follow- ing awards were presented to the deserving students: o n v o c a t i o n Leadership Award and Ivor Jones Outstanding Senior Award Debbie Smith Who ' s Who Certificates Marty Bullis, John Barto, Cindy Cornell, Rich Aubrey, Ken Bratton, Ruth Carr, Rochelle Imboden, Theresa Small, Debbie Smith, Bill Greer John Dobbs French Award Jim Potter Spanish Award Diane Stover German Award Rich Aubrey Concert Choir Award John Dobbs Sociology Award Tim Snyder Buffalo Recognition Cindy Rock Stampede Recognition Bob Brown Most Outstanding Biology Student Lloyd Authur Price, Jr. American Chemical Society Outstanding Senior Joe Nanny CRC Press Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award Wayne Oosting Mathematics Award Alan Bratton Humanities Award Jim Potter English Award Theresa Small John W. Burgess Political Science Award Vince Slabaugh Wall Street Journal Award Steve Borneman Delta Kappa Gamma Award Linda Stimpson Student Teaching Awards Lisa Audia, Jan Toon, Julie Voke Sutherland Rich Aubrey Wiley Wilson Scholarship Marty Frazier Evangelism Award Marty Bullis Library Service Recognition Cindy Cornwell Sue Oliver 156 Awards Convocation Candids 157 ° ♦ " ' " ... 3 " ' " ' •• ' J I MAVRIGAIS y » % W ? Linking the campus with computers ,V A ■% fc « . £m kthmnr I iri as A mttttBiraiun? AsfltBiattt tn tit Ipatt nf intents WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY • „ ASHMAN WEEK % v Q M,U,e H M4PMSS 1 O John McMahan +4 r H Student Center Plans 5 A « . % s s % . v m ' - ' Co «■ " " V f 1A " % N - WV ' V % John Derry named Dean of Student Development APPRECIATION A BIG THANKS TO EVERYONE! Opening Seniors Underclassmen Division Pages Cindy Rock and Pam Phillis Faculty Lori Fields Student Life Lois Elaman and Bert Cross Clubs : Elaine Mize Sports , .....Lori Fields Ads Patrons Roger Mize Highlights Appreciation In Memory Closing Cindy Rock Writers Photographers Ginger Cambell Curtis Brunn Treva Draper Mike Crowell Roger Roberts David White Vince Slabaugh Dennis Hurst David Siebenaler Darren Harper Gayle Tabor Editor Cindy Rock Advisor , Ann lies Herff Jones Yearbook Representative.... Sandra Smith 160 Appreciation Page IN MEMORY of DR. JOHN HART and DR. PEARL HART The BUFFALO staff respectfully dedicates the 1984-85 yearbook in mem- ory of Dr. John and Pearl Hart. Dr. John Hart died June 25, 1985 and his wife, Pearl, died earlier in the school year. They both were true Christians. Their time, graciousness, knowledge, and love have been greatly appreciated. Milligan College and its community will miss and never forget the Harts, our special friends. Memoriam and Dedication Page MILLIGAN COLLEGE LA Positive, Personal Christian Faith That Jesus Is Lord and Saviour. 2. An Insight Into Christian Ethics to Guide the Conduct of His Life. 3. The Capacity to Recognize and Assume His Responsibility in Society. 4. The Knowledge, Meaning, and Applica- tion of Sound Scholarship. 5. Preparation for Securing for Himself and His Family a Comfortable Standard of Living. MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE Closing 163 o, there is more than meets the eye at Milligan in many differ- ent aspects. Although our stu- dent body is small in number, it is big on unity. How many other colleges and universities provide opportuni- ties for the entire student body to gather together for a Valentine ' s Sweetheart Banquet, Sunday evening vespers, or even weekly Chapel Con- vocation services. tm SxJA 164 Closing T n the surface Milligan is first viewed as a Bible college by those unfamiliar with it. Air though Milligan is dedicated to Christian education and in encourag- ing active roles in Christian service, it is also dedicated to providing a widely varied curriculum in subjects ranging from Accounting to Zoology. Due to the theory of education practiced at Milligan, students tan appreciate the teachings of St. Augustine and at the same time can appreciate Picasso ' s paintings and even try to appreciate the photosynthesis cycle. Closing 165 " M A. I illigan is proud of its heri- tage, its history, and the tra- ditions on which it is based. However, Milligan is not bogged down by antiquity or outdated ideas; Milli- gan is ever-growing and ever-chang- ing in a positive direction. At the end of the 1985 school year serious steps were being taken in establishing a Communications major, in building a new Student Union Building, in ren- ovating and improving the cafeteria, and in reviving an active spiritual at- mosphere. These new ideas and fu- ture-oriented actions are undeniaby linked to the wonderful heritage of Milligan through the generous contri- butions of one of the college ' s most loved and admired patrons, Dr. John Hart, as well as other gracious Milli- gan friends. .- ' ■ ' - r. ' 7. i ' :-.- ■. 166 Closing .ocial unity, academic variety, i -spiritual dedication, and con- stant growth are all important virtues for any college, and they are all reasons that Milligan has more an meets the eye,, Milligan, of course, is not a Utopia; its atmo- sphere encompasses the many human frailties and differences found every- where. Milligan, however, contains a special bond of love; and fellowship rarely found on other college cam- puses. Under the small exterior of Milligan ' s campus lies a large amount of originality, tradition, Christian fel- lowship, and growth. Only the truth can be spoken then, when we say, " At Milligan there is more than meets the Closing 167 MILLIGAN COLLEGE MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE 168 Closing ”
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