Miltonvale Wesleyan College - Sunflower Yearbook (Miltonvale, KS)
- Class of 1969
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Nineteen Sixty Nine
Editor-in-Chief: Judy Huston Copy Editor: Marjean Finley
Business Manager: Steve Finley Layout Editors:Glenda Hatfield
Advisor: john Carey
Photography Editor: BillKuecks
MILTONVALE WESLEYAN COLLEGE MILTONVALE, KANSAS
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Dedicated to .
Professor XVilliam Goldsmith
"Once you get chalk dust in your veins, itls hard to
get it out
Those are the words of a dedicated teacher, friend,
and companion in Christ, Admired for his charm-
ing personality, refreshing wit, and sincere devo-
tion. Professor Goldsmith has heconie an unforget'
tahle part ot our campus and our liyes,
lt is because of these qualities, Professor Cold-
sniith, that xye, the 1969 Sunflower staff, dedicate
this annual to you. Nlay the Lord richly bless you
and your work in the years to come.
For sixty years, MNVC. has heen L1 lighthouse as a
city set on a hilly' - an institution to give the
youth of their day and our day an education
with the plus factor which is Christ.
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Today shows M.W.C. offering her students
more benefits than ever before. To keep
up with modern advancements, she has increased her facilities and study oppor-
tunities by purchasing new equipment and adding a reading room to the library.
Wfho is he who Cannot sec what
MNVC. is T O D A Y?
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'I'0morrow's challenges will he even greater than yesterdays
or todayis. New demands must he met with greater facilities and
more students. The banner ofu Holiness unto the Lordu must be held high
ahove all. With Christ as her
Captain, there shall always he
Miltonvale Wfesleyan College.
Buffalo stampedel Those two little words struck
terror into the hearts of every heany-clad freshman
for ninty-six hours during an annual ordeal called
Kangaroo Court was filled with cheers and laugh-
ter as the judge made his grand entrance on the
shoulder of a small but mighty freshman. Thanks
must be given to the defending attorney. Some
kids may have felt a little dry if it had not been for
him. Bad Mouth Bertie and the jury must be com-
plimented on their consistency also. The freshmen
showed good sportsmanship by singing the sopho-
mores' favorite song, MVVe love you sophomores."
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Our fearless leader, Boh Pudwill-A' Leader of the Pack."
A classroom when transformed into a freshman nursery results in chaos,
'tOh, that oozy feeling," cried Tonja while Nancy Lindley 81 Keith Nash never knew that it took two to cut a piece of meat but
soaking her feet in ice cold water. learned differently during matriculation.
To keep fill' sophormwrvs happy and his Qorriplcximi clear. Crvg Yan Deli
ordered u mud truth.
Color mt- XYETY
"The-rc is NO higllvf umirtlu retorted judge Richard
lfxcedriii hcaciache Xu. 262 lSamiy Xluelleri rccoixvs an-
tcdotc in powdered form.
.fXcc11sCci of living tht- four biggest mouths on campus. Shirley, Nlury. Harvey uncl I.uuiei1ic'wtiieir way out uf court.
968 CAMPUS QUEEN
A Rox al C ourt
Reigns as Queen
An excited quiet and transcendent majesty fell on
the ceremony. The sparkle ol' a crown. the velvet of
a cape. the petal-soft ness of a rose and the purity of
a Bible characterized a lovely lmeauty who had cap-
tured the hearts of her fellow collegians - Linda
Linda, a girl with a continuous, warm smile and a
sweet spirit, is appreciated for her freshness and
youthfulness among other factors. Her shining
inner radiance of God and her natural communica-
tion xvith others make her an irreplacahle repre-
sentative of her Cod and school.
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Escort: James Peterson
Escort: Dennis Wright
The 1968 Campus
in the Faces of
Escort: Steven johnson
Escort: Darrell Hermann
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Clllbil' gmtieiitly imuits the-ir cue as Prof, l"urt11r1atoLlirr'r'ls
lmml cluring thi- Nc-xx l,if4- Rally,
Furla' Out" host, Bulw Fillmore, puts his ull into thc singing.
Travis gives Duvv fl few lessons on the liurrnmlicu.
Xliltonxulc- stuclmits, alumni. uml xisitors gutlin-r for Ll picnic 64
lowsllip after un Eagle victury.
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Cfrucial moment in soccer game hrings a look of eager anticipa-
tion upon the vieyyers.
Yisitors and students dril-ted across the campus Friday
afternoon on Octolier l 1. seeking out the various exhila-
its that campus clulms had assembled for Hospitality
Days. The eleven exhibits ranged from the need in mis-
sion lields to the discussion on uVVhat is your lifeiyi
The evening brought more enjoyment to all through a
i'New Life Rallyf' Gospel teams and individuals enter-
tained with genuine talent. The youth tabernacle was
packed to maximum to hear specials and participate in
choruses. The near-monotone sounds of a duet, the
sounds of a motorcycle, and the harmony of a quartet
concluded the evening of songs and praise. A soccer
victory on Saturday lirought a happy close to the 1968
'fhf,0l1,gth1.Im,w Myyhat Is H'ol1rI.ifc'?Y'. winsfirst place in exhihit contest.
Charles Xlasling poses as a XIePherson Tiger yy hile jim Peterson
Homecoming spirit is released on McPherson Tiger symhol, displays the Eagle spirit.
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Marlene Palmer, Nlusic
Whoys Who in
Richard Adams, Physics
David Babcock, Missions
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Rev. j. Paul Hill, evangelist. Franklin Hcvr and family. missionaries in Columbia. South America,
The lyrical Laurences.
Rev. Boyd Kissler, evangelist.
Enhance School Calendar
Fronq HldHy'lJ0lHtS on the globe anclxvalks of hfc,cmur
visitors carrie-to this Campus bringing nic-ssagcs in word
Harold johnson, mission-
ary in japan,
QCARTICT Paul Roby,
violin: llornvr Dodge
Caine, violing Clyde Jussi-
la, viola: VVarrcn VValker,
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The Gibbs enjoy the evening air filled with the fragrances of
heliotrope and burdock,
HThis Play is Called
The place . . . Grover's Corners, New Hampshire,
just over the line from Massachusetts. The date . . .
May 7, 1901, just before dawn. This begins a day in
Members of the Mask and Mirror Drama Club
became members of "Our Townn in a magnificent
redition of Thornton Wilder's play of the same
name. The last act stated emphatically that the
past cannot be re-lived. People, occupied with
their petty occupations and small thoughts, know
little of true joy or happiness. In the words of the
author, truth is to be found only in the future.
Stage Manager . . . ......... Mike Riley
Dr. Gibbs .....
Mrs. Gibbs ...
. . 4 . Kathleen Baughmann
George Gibbs ,... .... ,..... G a ry Sawyer
Rebecca Gibbs , . , . . .
Mr. Webb ....
Mrs, Webb . . .
Emily Webb . . .
Wally Webb . . .
...... Gary Sloan
. . . Diana Fletcher
. . . . Sherry Huston
. . . . . Keith Nash
The Wehhs inform George Gibbs he cannot see Emily before their
uDo you take this woman . . fy' asks Stage Manager Mike Riley.
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A social hour of gay conversation preceded the banquet.
Lovely ladies arrayed in flowing gowns
HHappiness is Lovew Becomes
Theme of Valentineis Banquet
Blue and silver hearts created a romantic atmo-
sphere for the candle-lit banquet held on the eve-
ning of February 15, 1969. Blue streamers brought
together by a glass heart in the center ofthe gym-
nasium lowered the ceiling. After a short social
time, couples were announced by the Master of
Ceremonies, Bob Fillmore, Queen Linda Chaffin
followed with a short welcome to all visitors, facul-
ty, and students. The meal, served shortly after
6:30 PM, consisted of round steak, baked potatoes,
cranberry fluff salad, french-cut green beans, and
ice cream with strawberry topping, Entertainment
was at its best as the Revelations Quartet sang
three numbers. Darwin Moore and Becky Billings
presented selected heart melodies after which Bos-
ie Titus gave her rendition of the song ul Canit Say
NOT A musical reading of"The Love of Codn was
given by several girls of Abbott Hall. The guest
speaker, Mike Riley, climaxed the program with a
talk on the greatness of Godls love.
and Slave Labor
utloing once, twice, and three times, youlre gone",
was heard hy many poor slayes who were already
dreading the following Saturday when they would
have to work out their sentences. Many of the local
farmers got their money's worth in our strong
husky hoysl The girls went out for domestics such
ironing and cleaning. Evidently quite a few guys
appreciated the talents of the femine gender, he-
cause one girl sold for thirty dollars.
All in all town folks and kids alike were pleased
with the outcome, not to mention the Missions
Club which raised a total of S700 from the project.
Tonja Norris has a look of disbelief as she begins to clean her
master s room.
Could it he that Marys master had just taken the whip to her?
Shirleyls suspense is ended w hen the last bid is made and her master
Two phases of Halloween were revealed on the NIXVC
campus. The fun and gaiety of practical jokes and the
quiet reserve of tradition were enjoyed hy all.
Six senior theologs accompanied hy their advisor,
Professor Mattke, visited the deprived areas ot
Topeka, and Kansas City to gain new insight and
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A total of ten buildings compose what is known to Dedicated in 1962 to Rev. Clarence Budensiek, a
us today as the M.W.C. campus. The college also former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, this
owns ten acres of land given to us through an building now houses the majority ofthe classrooms
inheritance, for the courses offered at M.W.C.
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Built in 1909, the Administration Building, once the
center of all classrooms, is now the focal point for all
The center of sports activities, the gymnasium, built in
1951, also is an auditorium for concerts, plays and other
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2' Y E A R S
"But without faith it is impossible to
please him: for he that cometh to
Cod must heliexe thin he is, and that
he is a rewiirder of them that dili-
gently seek hiinf' Hehrews llzfi.
A"I'here is one hody, and one Spirit in
the hond of pence . . . forthe perfee-
tion of the saints. forthe work ofthe
ministry. for the edifying ofthe body
of Christzq' lfphesizins 414, 12.
'ABut seek ye first the kingdom of
God, and his righteousnesszu Mut-
'Al Can do all things through Christ
which strengthenetli me Notwith-
standing ye have well done, that ye
did communicate with my afflic-
tionf' Philippians 4: 13, 14.
'Alf ye love me, keep my command-
ments." john I-1:15,
L'And I sought for a man among
them, that should make up the
hedge, and stand in the gap hefore
me ,. Ezekiel 22:30.
Weeks Made Months
JUNIOR - SENIOR OFFICERS: Sec-Treus: Travis Hutchisong Pros: Dvnnis VVrightg Vice' Pros: St0x'vC11111r11irlgs.
That Faded into Years
TOP ROW: Dennis
Brown, Steven Cum-
mings, Neil Cutshallg
SECOND ROW: Daniel
Denison, Michael Engle,
Robert Fillmore, BOT-
TOM ROW: Earl Fuller,
Travis Hutchison, Mar-
"When Boh blows his horn, he H
gives it ull he hasf,
TOP ROVV: James Jor-
dan, Ronald Pulscher,
Sherrill shclleyg SEC-
OND ROVV: Cary Slogan,
jerry Sloan, Murl Spil-
geri BO'l"l'OM RQVV:
Alan Tripp, Gerald
The Sloans try to entertain Hin
their own weak way."
" Perpetual pep and spontaneous
" No mun was ever wise hy Chance.
H Women are bad for the mind PM
"He may seem hushful, hut thats the way
to hide the mischief in him."
"A lover of sports is he, and that isnlt all
you can plainly see."
EUN ICE CALDWELL
Sheis like sunshine-always welcome"
MNot large, not small, not short, not tullg
hut u sweet mingling of them all."
"I agree with no mans opinion, I have my
U Sugar is sweet and so is she"
Pres: Roger llacluq Vice Pres: David Balicocliz See: Nlurie Kaufmamig Treas' Cheryl Bancly.
Class Gfficers Lead Sophomores Through A Memorable Year
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ROBERT DAAKE BARRY DeBRUIN DAVID EUSTICE
Ulf I Canll do great things, I'll dv Small Ulhe I.0rCl said, 'iI.et there he foolish- uschfml bfellks UP fTU'WlWll'd113'-in
things in a great way." ness," and he created me,
IVIARIEAN FINLEY JAMES FOOKES
L'She makes frivnds hy being one." 'hjust a minute, 'til I adjust my halof
GLENN CATHERS LeROY CAUB
H.-XII who know him like him." 'ASO what if I aint affectionate .., Ivm
MA man of few words but makes each one
'AAIways laughing, always gay, to us shrfs
great in every wayf'
CARULYN CROSS ROGER CROVES
'KAIways ready to smile outloudf' HI came, I saw, I graduatedf'
K'This guy will go far, for he believes every
word he says."
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iiVVhy think twice when once is enough."
N Hr' has a 6th st-nsv. a sense nl' liumur
iiHer good nature is like perpetual motion
. . . it never stops."
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w in her friends anyplace,"
Class of 1969
iiThis puppy gal is lull of cheer, she ra-
diates happiness when she is near,"
vill uShe's pretty to walk with, witty tn talk
with and pleasant to think ahout too."
Mike Simpson relaxes in a quiet setting,
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LELAND JOHNSON SANDRA JONES DAVID KARCES
ii I'll he hard to handle." uliifc is a symphony." iiHe's little hut heis wise, hes a terror for
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MARIE KAUFMANN ROGER KIRCHNER REBEKAH KOHLER
"Happy am l, from cares I'ni free-why 'iHis favorite pastime was passing time," UShe's so quiet we-'ve been told, but as a
arent all content like me?" friend she's good as gold."
Kitchen help comes to Bohbfs
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VVILLIAM KUECKS ROBERT MADDOX BRENDA MARAH
"l.ilIlculcpicliirvflzilwrinc.-1 'ihlincl over inzittvr, hut yyith my mincl il "Talxc oodles of pcrsoiiulityg umlmition
dnesift Inatterf' and mischief, mix WL-ll: result Brcmluf'
LINDA MCNANEY' MICHAEI. OAK DAVID 0I,MSTEAD
"A personality' full of fun and laiiglitcrf' 'A VVhcn then-s nothing 1-lsv to dn, I ii People are funny' - llm pc-oplc-ln
MARLENE PALMER JAMES PERRY JAMES PETERSON
'She always has a smilv to share yy ith pvo- 'il want to enjny' life and enjoy' it well." uAlyy'ay's the same yet ouch day' snrnc-thing
plc from any'wliere." new."
"To be good is to he happy."
HPleasant to meet, pleasant to greet, al-
ways happy, always sweet."
'LShe's the kind of person who puts her
trollbles into a box, sits on the lid, and
'Singing in the rain, singing in the sun,
the weather cloesn't influence this hoyls
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'lOf all the different uorlcls, he likes his
"She may be quiet hut not overlooked."
MICHAEL SIMPSON ROLLIN SMITH BETH SNIDER
"I love life 4 . . especially weekends." i'The wisest men are often the ones who HA spark of fun and friendliness
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WILLOW SVVAIM ALAN TASKER
uHelll argue the point hig or small, he 'ABashful till you get tolinow lu-rf' 'xl am what I am .. . S0XYllLlllJH
canlt let the Prof, say it all."
"As large as life and twice as natural."
i'Shy and thoughtful, pleasant and kind, a
guy like this you'll seldom find,"
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VERA VAN ARSIJALE CLIFFORD VANDERBUSH
L' Flattery gets you 1-vt-ry xx liervll' "Coal save the king, I'll Save the queenfl
Sophomore-S End in Glory
"What was that againiv'
The Many Faces ofthe Freshman Class
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FIRST RONV: XVayne Anson. joseph Bailey, Clara
Baker, Ronalcl Bancly. janet Bathurst: SECOND
RONV: Kathleen Baughrnan, Nlartha Baxter. Phyl-
lis Bennett, Rosemary Berg, I,incla Berk: TIIIRD
ROXV: Nlareia Blacl, Rhonda Brannon. Xlarilyn
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Broun. Harvey Byhee. jerry Bylwe: FUl'R'I'll
RUXY: Sharon tflark, Nlarlene Ciinningharn. Larry
Cfyr, Daxid Donn, Stanley Fclgingtoiig Fll"'l'H
RONV: Saunclra Engle, Mary Lon lfarra, Roclney
Fender, Steven Finley, Diana Fletcher.
FIRST ROW: james Fowlkes, Ken jay Fuller'
SECOND ROXV: joseph Claris, Frank Gary
THIRD ROVV: Keryl Gauger, Terry Geist
FOURTH ROW: Connie Gilger, Cayla Cilgcrg
FIFTH ROW: Norabelle Gleason.
One ofthe many ordeals for Ron Bandy und Saundra Engle
The Class of 1970
FIRST ROW Xlarilxn Coodsell Ix.1renCrc1xos tor1.1 Heclluncl Darrell Hcrnmnn. Paul Hoerner
Melxa Crosenhach Clenda Hatfield Lux Haualx THIRD ROW Phxllis Hmm ard Robert Ilowlett
SEC OND ROW Neal Hauser Nolan Hauser N ic Dennis Hughes Stanlu Hughes Sherry Huston.
janet gets away from it ull.
FIRST ROVV: Carolynn johnsong SFC-
OND ROXV: jerry johnson, Steven john-
song THIRD ROW: Doris Kasson, Patti
Kincadeg FOURTII RUVV: Leanne
Knapp, VViIIiam Knowles, Bill Kottasg
FIFTH ROVV: Ginger Leonhardt, Shirley
I,eweIIen, Nancy I.incIIey.
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FIRST ROW: Carol Luekert, Stavros
Malevris, Charles Nlusling. Roger Mut-
tersg SECOND ROVY: Mary Mclflliry,
Donald XlcNaney, Louis Nleriek, Dehorah
hlillerg THIRD RONY: Darwin Xloore.
David Mosher: FODRTII HOVV: Cary
Mueller, Sandra Nluellerg lfll-'TH HUNT:
Keith Nash, Mary Nord,
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TOP ROVV: 'lf Norris, lt. Perry, l..
Pcttigrcu, li. Puciuiii. B. Rupp
SECOND RONY: I.. Rikcr. j. Rosas,
D. Scui, j. Sijllllllllli, S. Sorenson
'l'HIFiD ROW". C. Stair, I,. Stukvs
VY. Stuw, R. Titus.
BACK HOVV: R. Ostrandcr. K. Hess, D
Shelton, Cf, Dittmcycr.
TOP ROVV: K. Usherwood, C, Van Dell, L. Yun
Maaneng SECOND ROW: E. Vaughan, K,
Waters, N. VVoods.
" P' New and Special Studentg Cf. Ryser.
Freshmen Add Life and Vitality
And Learn Discipline Of Study
Lora, Bev, and jerry enjoy a lazy afternoon in Miltonvale Park
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President of College
A review of the yearbooks and school publications ex-
tending back to 1909 give an insight into the factors
which have contributed to the success of MVVC. They
breathe an enthusiasm and spirit of loyalty all out of
preparation to the size ofthe institution either then or
ln this our 60th year of operation, it is stimulating to
sense among the students now enrolled a pride in what
Miltonvale VVesleyan has become and an appreciation
for those who have made this possible. We have a great
Christian heritage. It is our desire through the pages of
this yearbook to honor those whose prayers and support
have brought us to this anniversary occasion, May Cod
bless you one and all.
Dean of Academics
Dickens once wrote, Kilt was the best of timesg it was
the worst of timesff His statement can be applied to
our own time, for ours too is an age of contrasts. This
quotation will also be true of your experiences on Mil-
tonvale VVesleyan,s campus.
In the future as you reflect you will realize that a year
at M.W,C. is not a thing to be enclosed within the life-
less covers of this yearbook. A year is a private collec-
tion of ideas and feelings resulting from personal expe-
rience and peculiar to each individual.
Your future service to Cod and mankind will be a de-
termining factor in reflection upon this past year and
what it has meant to you. Yes, this year may have been
Hthe best of times or the worst of times." It depends on
Harold Hudensiek, MA.
Martin E. Brandt, M.S.
W Business Manager
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Wilford Kaufmann, M.S.
Dean of Student Affairs
john Carey, B.S.
Director of Development
Wayne Caldwell, . ' . .
Faculty Rffvfesenfafwff AdH11H1Stf3t1VC Cou ncll
Allen W. Gisselbeck, B.A.
Figures, equations, calculations, and weird smells
pour out of the math and science departments.
Technical minds are trained to exacting propor-
tions to fit exacting careers of the future through
Ernest Milcesell, M.S.
Also in the department, lflvie Turner, MA.
Ouida Janssen, RN., B.S.
Elvie Turner. M..-X.
On leax e of ulmscnce.
English and Language
The English and language department entails a
well-rounded program of general English, creative
writing, journalism, and literature. The professors,
interested in perfection, guide their students to a
mastery of linguistic skills and appreciation.
.Xlso in this clcpurtment
Robert A. Nlattke. BD., NIA.
George j. Robbins, Ir., MA.
YVilliam Goldsmith. NIA
Wayne E. Caldwell, B.Rel,, BD., MA.
Robert Mattke, B.D., M.A.
VVarren S. Freeborn, M.S., Professor Emeritus
The religion and philosophy department trains
young ministers and potential evangelists to meet
the spiritual need of the people they will serve. It
also gives other students a good background of Bi-
Also in this department, VVilliam Goldsmith, NIA. George -I.
Robbins, Ir., NIA.
Education and Business
The education department prepares students to
take their places on the opposite side of the desk.
The husiness department develops poised and effi-
cient young secretaries ready to meet the demands
of the husiness world.
In education department
George I. Robbins. jr. NLA.
john Carey, B.A., B.S.
Thelma Daggett, M.S.
To hclp students mect the clemuucls of the future,
the department of social science und psychology
Q seeks to cclucutc students about past times, people,
l and evcnts and modern methods of dealing with il
W- A. Kaufmann, MA' fast-moving world.
Harold Budcnsick, NI.A.
Gordon Verne Coodsell. NLS.
.Xlso in this clcpartiucnt,
Dr. Wesley L. Knapp. NLS.. I,.I,.D.
L. Vernon Alkins, NLS.
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Ruby V. Brandt, M.S.
Fine Arts and
The music department is extensive in training stu-
dents for careers in music education and sacred
music. The physical education department rounds
out a students curriculum hy helping to build a
strong, healthy person.
Also in this dcpurtment
Cordon Verne Coodsell, M.S.
Frank Fortunato, B.S.
Martin E. Brandt, M.S.
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.Xssistunt in Mailing Department
Secretary to Director of Dm-velopnlcnt
Corrine Thompson Phyllis Tulle
Secretary to Business Nlarmgvr and Cashier Secretary' to the Presiclent and Dean
Cashier uncl .Xssistunt in l3ll5ll16SSc,lllCC
Staff Behind the Scenes
Secretary in General Office
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Dola Knapp. Pearl Freeborn. Ebba Robbins. Ruth Kaufmann.
Dirvctor of I-'ood Ss-rx in-cs
lissic King. Joanne Pullncr. Nina Beals
.Xssistunts in lxitclwn
Frances Bucl. NLA.. NLS
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Lester Thompson. Cflistmiiung Leonard Parrish, Director of Ouidalanssen
xillillll'IlLlIlL'l'1 Harvey Baiderslon, knot pieturecii, Assisluiit College Nurse
Director of Public Reiutiuns
Supervisor of General Office
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Mary Lynn Cisselbeck
Personnel: Vital for an Efficiently Run Campus
Rev. Dale Campbell
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BACK ROVV: j. Sloan, C. Masling. C. Sloan, Peterson, Sponsor, Prof. Kaufmunng SECOND ROW: H. Bybee. T. Tindall, M. Kaufmann,
K. Cravos, G. Uilger, M. Rileyg THIRD ROW: VV, Anson, M. Blad, S. Huston: FOURTH ROVV: R, Kirchner, R, Hauck, M. Cay, K,
Baughman, W. Kuccksg FRONT ROW: B. DcBruin, C. Leonhardt, V. Van Arsdale, B. Rapp, D. Moore.
Dramatic Arts Promoted
By Mask and Mirror
The Mask and Mirror Club was organized in
1964 by Prof. Vernon Atkins. This year, in his
absence, Mrs. Harold Budensiek and Prof.
Wilford Kaufmann sponsored the club. The
object of this organization is to promote the
fine art of acting and related activities at
M.W.C., to increase the supply of equipment
to be used and to obtain experience in leader-
ship and in associated fields of speech and art.
Their main project this year was the presenta-
tion of Thornton Wilderis 'KOur Townfi
OFFICERS Pres: Vera VanArsdaleg Vice-Pres: Mike Rileyg Sec.-Treas:
Sec.-Tre-as: Huston, Pres: B. Mc-Naney, Vice Pres: L. Chaffin.
An Active First Year
For Medical Careers Club
Every other Monday, a group of medical-
minded students meet in the Science Building.
The purpose of this club is to present new
ideas and approaches to the field of medicine.
Mrs. janssen, the originator of the organiza-
tion, arranged for various lectures, demonstra-
tions, films and tours. Sister Leon from Mary-
mount College briefed the group on the col-
lege and the curriculum for pre-nursing stu-
dents attending there. Mrs. Janssen demon-
strated the use of medical instruments in the
following session. A tour of the Clay Center
Hospital also proved to be interesting. Plans
for this spring include films and tours through
Topekas Veterans Hospital and Menningers
Mental Institute. The club has been very ac-
tive and valuable in rounding out M.W.C.,s
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BACK ROW: N. woods, R. Hauck, M. Blad, L. Mefick. FRONT ROW: B. Mcmney, o. Bail, 1.. Chaffin, c.
l uckert, tS. Huston, B. Kuecks, Sponsor Mrs. O. janssen, not picturedl.
TOP ROW: M, Crosenlmch, j, Peterson, P. Hoerner, A. Tripp, R, Bancly, R. Smith, D. Fletcher, SECOND ROW: M. Palmer
R. Hacla, R. Fillmore, R. Aclarns, S. jones, M. Finleyg THIRD ROW: L. Stokes, S. Engle, D. Down, S. Shelley, P. Helsing, E
Caldwellg BOTTOM ROW: B. Snider, R. Brannon, A. Tuskcr, C, Cilgor, N. Lindley, R, Howlett.
Music Presents Message
uSinging ithev, go along life's road, praising the Lordu
. . . Miltonvale Wesleyan College Choirls pre-eminent
goal is serving Christ in songs from the heart. Concerts
on campus and in the surrounding area give opportuni-
ties to share with all ages the joy of serving a living
Their repertoire, consisting of music from various peri-
ods, includes spirituals, chorales, and anthems, as well
as choruses expressing testimonies.
The Climatic event, the April choir tour, took them' to
Iowa, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska,
Colorado, and back to Kansas.
BACK IIONV: XI Engle, XI, Clroscnlmcll, Ii. I'ucIxxiII, CQ, Suxxyn-11 Ci Clilge-r, XI. Baxter. N. Wuocls, X,'I1l'II7Il,I'I,IILIIKIY. XI, Guy. S. I'4'tc-rx
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ROXNI N. Womb. CI. Iiuncly. S. NIH:-III-r, D. Kussun, XI. Crcm-1lIuu-I1. XI. I'uImn-rg FOl'R'I'II IIOXY: ll, Yam D1-II. T. Xurrisg I'II"'I'II I
I Ixnnpp N IIIICIIQN I5 XMX mu I3 XI lmh D I-Ictchcr SIXIII ROW I 5t0nsIvcrg, X Ir pp Petr S jox '
K ROW: XI. Cay. D. Dmxn, Cl. IIum'I4, NI. Oukg SECOND IIONY: .X. 'l'z1sIxcr, NI. Iiuxtvr, Ii.CI11IqIm-II. P. IIuIsing.CQ. S1lHy'l'I'l'I1I'l
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Eagle Eye Informs
Under the direction of Professor
Goldsmith, the Eagle Eye Staff
kept the students informed of
events as they happened. The
creatiye ability, which usually
goes unnoticed in many students,
shone through in the editing of
the Eagle Eye. Each Monday
night the writers devoted their
time to typing up the paper.
Tonja N. and Marlene C. combine fun and work as they devel-
Bill K. is hard at work finding people is hen they least expect it.
Photographers Are Caught
At Being Themselves
EAGLE-EYE STAFF TOP HOW! S. Finley, Baileyg SECOND ROW: Prof. VV. Gold-
smith, S. Cummingsg FRONT ROVV: P. llolsing, M. Finley.
Larry P, is caught in a common pose while snapping someone at their
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Advisor john Carey looks over finances while Business Manager,
Steve F., gives one of his MYou'd better get on the ball" looks.
A brief pause to enjoy the funny faces of M.VV.C.
Glenda and Linda work with a
Sunflower Staff Captures the
Many Phases of Campus Life
The Sunflower Staff mirrored the many phases of
the Hspiritn of MNVC. to complete the i969 an-
nual. Faced with various hardships, the staff pulled
through with flying colors. The success of this '69
yearbook should be accredited to the faithful and
dedicated editor, judy Huston. Each Wednesday
evening meant diligent work and long hours, but
the humorous photos created a happy atmosphere.
'Quin' v-'war '
judy, are you sure x ou want this one in?
Norabelle C., a layout editor, 'Indy H., editor, and Marjean lf.,
copy editor, determine position and layout of a page.
Endeavors to Achieve
Harmony on Campus
A vital organ in student life, the Student Sen-
ate aims toward the realization of many goals.
Among these are an exchange of ideas and in-
terests, active participation in campus affairs,
the establishment of mature prospeetives to-
wards self and the world, and the development
of intimate friendships. These goals are imple-
mented as students work together in panels,
committees, delegations, and assemblies. The
Student Senate endeavors to establish links of
communication between students and faculty
in an effort to promote harmony and coopera-
tion toward the goal of true Christian
OFFICERS See: B. Marah, Vice-Pres: R.
Treas: D, Karges, Pres
STANDING: B. Pudwill, D. Hermann, M. Riley, N. Lindley, Nl. Palmer, S. Peterson, K, Usherwood, B. Marah, C, I.llCliCI'l, D. NVright, R
Hadz1,T. Hutchison, R. Handy, SITTING: VV. Kaufmann, Sloan, D. Brown, D. Karges, Fi. Adams, R. Foster.
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STANDING: D. Wright, M. johnson, A. Tripp, I. Perry, SITTING: P. Tollc, IC. Karges, B. Marah. M. Smith, D. Hobbit-,
This is R.A,, Allen Tripp, in action.
Brenda Marah, an RA., reminisces with Kathy and Nancy.
The Life of a Resident
Assistant is Never Dull
'iPlease unlock the fire escape." "Hey, therels no
pepsi in the pop machinelli uAre you going to give
room checks today'?', Room checks twice a week,
locking doors, filling the pop machine, and hand-
ing out change for laundry and snacks are some of
the routine duties of the resident assistant.
Noisy hours, quiet hours, sleeping hours, well
guarded and patrolled by a sometimes stern PLA.,
sometimes a goofy R.A., turn into weeks and
months of dorm living with lasting friendships and
The rewards of the R.A. job far out-weigh the
problems encountered. Counseling with students
and listening to their problems constitutes some of
the most rewarding experiences an RA. can have.
PLA. - no matter what connotation it means to
each student - is a job that begins to prepare one
for future problems and decisions of life.
Furthering the Purpose of Missions
In 1963, Missions Cluh was formed with a solid
foundation of prayer and work. Since that time it
has hecome one of the vital organizations on cam-
pus furthering the purpose of missions. lts main
functions include the sponsorship of the Slave Auc-
tion, the Missionary Convention, films, and
monthly meetings as well as sending a student to a
mission field and supporting Lois Sheridan CSierra
Leoneb. In accomplishing these purposes it helps to
set the spiritual tone of MVVC each year.
OFFICERS: Pres. D. Babcock, Yice Pres. j. VN'allxer, Sec. M. Palmer, Treas. R. Adams,
Rev. B. Mattlic, Sponsor.
BACK BOVV: VI. VVallcer. P. Hoerner, I.. Stokes, S. jones, S. Huston, SECOND HOW: S. Mueller, M. Baxter, M. Crosenhach, D. Seal, S,
Lcwellen, S. Engle, M. Brown. THIRD RONV: K, Lsherwood. E. Sailcr, P. Holsing, C. Luclcert. N. VVoods, M. Palmer, B. Marahg FRONT
BOVV: B. McNaney, D. Kasson, A. Tripp, D. Brown. B. Adams, D. Babcock.
RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE: D. Balmcock, Garis, S. Engle, P. Holsing, Xl. Palmer, D. Broun, R. Col-
lins inot picturedl,
Religious Life Committee
Miltonvale VVesleyan College provides a whole-
some mental, social, and spiritual atmosphere
which establishes many young people as responsi-
hle, dedicated Christian leaders in every field of
life. Under the capable guidance and consistent
example of an endeared college pastor, devoted
I staff of professors, and capable student leaders,
M iltonvale students experienced new depths of
Codls grace in a year marked hy spontaneous re-
sponse to the gentle pressure of the Holy Spirit.
Praise can he laid only at the feet of jesus for the
spiritual achievements of this year. A God-con-
sciousness pervaded the campus that revealed itself
in the reactivated Amhassadorls Cluh, student-di-
rected prayer meeting, Cod-honored worship serv-
ices, and intensified missions activities.
- In a world of douht, Miltonvale Wesleyan College
i , hears a shining testimony to the realities that come
Sponsor, Professor Nlattke, and student chaplain, Denny Brown, dis-
cuss urecem Student Vegpvmmeting only through knowing jesus. The faculty and stu-
dents continue to he true to Cod and the churchls
predecessors hy seeking an enlarged vision and a
deeper knowledge of scriptural holiness.
M.W.C. Students Divide Into Prayer Groups
Adding to the spiritual life on campus arc the
weekly prayer hands. These arc organized by dis-
tricts and tend to inspire loyalty and unity among
students from the same areas. The students meet to
have devotions and to pray for home churches, dis-
tricts, and needs on campus.
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BACK ROW: I.. johnson, D. Mosher, G, Cathers, P. Hoerncr, SECOND ROVV: D, Kaufmann, R. Hauck, A. Tasks-r, M. Baxter, T. Norris,
C. Hatfield, M, Cunningham, N. Gleason, M. Blad, rl, Bathurst, S. Engle. M. Finley, M. Brown, S. Hughes, Nl. Simpson, FRONT ROW:
B. Maddox, D. Babcock, R. Collins, E. Fuller, C. Hauck, R. McLean, Ni. Engle, M. Kaufmann, B. Simpson. D, Kasson. D. Fletchcr, Ci.
Cilgcr, L. Knapp, M. Nord,
Sponsored by Kansas District
Spunsorml by c,I'l'gUll District
U. Sloan. R. Titus. j. Sloan.
BACK ROVV: Huston, V. Hedlund, S. Potter, jordan, S. Cummings, D. Denison, FRONT ROW: W,
Anson, M. Spilger, R. Smith, L, Chaffin, P. Howard, C. Leonhardt, C. Baker, M. Grosenbach.
Spunsorccl t1yNvlJruSLu District
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BACZK ROW: D, Olmsted, A. Tripp, R. Kirchner, D. Down, j, Walker, FRONT ROW: N, Woods, K
Baughrnan, R. Titus, Nl, Farru, W, Stove.
BACK ROW: T. Tindull, R. Matters, R, DeBruin, D. Hermann, L. Mericla, C. Yan Dell, Fookes, D. Hermann, K. Usherwood, B. Kohler,
1. Rosas, S. Clark, L. Stokes, CI. johnson, R. Berg, C. Bundy, R. Perry, FRONT ROW: S. Sorenson, L. Berk, S. Mueller, L. Yun Maancn, S.
Huston, E. Sailor, S. jones, R. Daake, B. Marah, T. Stoneherg, B. Howlett, R, Bandy, L. Riker, M. McEniry, M. Cay.
Sponsored by Iowa-Minnesota District
Sponsored by Dakota District
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BACK ROW: N. Hauser, I. Sigmund, E. Vaughan, K. C-ravos, B. Rapp, D. Hohhie, S, Ilobhie, P. Holsing. D. Wright. M. Wood, B.
Kuecksg FRONT ROXV: L. Pettigrew, P. Bennett, D. Brown, S. Shelley, D. Eusticc, I., Mcfxlaney. T, Hutchison, R. Pulscher, P. Kineade,
M, Palmer, C. Yanderhush, L. Cauh.
R. Hada, j, Stewart, C. Masling, C. Luckert, K. Cauger, B. Snider, M, Oak, D. Miller, C. Sawyer, j,
Caris, R. Groves, R. Adams, D, Seat. C. Stair, S, Lewellen,
Sponsored hy Oklahoma District
M.W.C. Sends Out Students to Represent the College
and to Witness for Christ.
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THE SECRETARIES TRIO: Esther Kzirges, Mariv Klltlllllilllll, Phyllis Tulle, pianist, Leannt
THE REVELATION QUARTET: Cary Sawyer, Roger Foster, THE VERSITONES: pianist, Marilyn Brown, Shirley Potter, Thorn-
Terry Stoneberg. Darn in Moore. as Tindall. Linda Chullin, Dennis Wright. I,iINlLlh1CNiiIlCy.
THF CUUD TIDINGS Ql'ARTICT: pianist. Xlurlvm'Cfunuingliainii ClRI.'S TRIO: Carniy nn juliiismi. Sharon Clark R is 1 in
jerry juliiisoii. Ntviniy Stliw. Keith Nash. Lum X gui xi1l2lIll'Il. ills. piz1nist.CI11rul Lliulwrt
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Happiness Is . . .
Dorm Life At Abbott
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BACK ROW: E. Karges, L, McNaney, J. Huston, M. McEniry, C, Cilger, S. Potter, C. Hatfield, C, Cross, D. Seal, M. Coodsell, B. Snider,
C. Bandyg Dorm Superviser, P. Tolle, j. Stewart, FRONT ROW: P. Howard, N. Lindley, N. Gleason, V. Hedlund, P, Holsing, C. Leon-
hardt, S. Lewellen, M. Finley, D. Fletcher,
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VVEST YYINC TOP ROVV: H. SQITTPF. lf. Yaughuii. H. Kolilvr. C. Cilgm-r. N. Vlhocls. R. Borg. L. Stokvs, B. Rapp. Sigmund, M. Brown, C.
johnson, K. l'sliQ-rxsoocl. I.. Ciliulling FRONT ROVV: L. B1-rlx, K. Baiuglunan, P. Kincaclc. NV. Stuvc, S. Engle, S. Clark, R. Titus, C, Luck-
crt, B. Marah.
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FAST VVINC TOP ROVV: R. Pvrrv, M. Nord, K. Caugcr, M. Croscnliuch, M. Cay, S. Hobbie, Bathurst, Rosas, C. Baker, M, Palmer
T. Norris, Nl. cllllllllllghiilll. S. Peterson, D. Hobbicg FRONT ROVV: I., Yan Maanc-n, K. Clravos. S. Huston, M. Farra, D. Miller, D. Kas-
son. M. Blucl, S. Mueller.
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"1 wonder . . ponders Kathy.
i'This is too much!" cries Sharon.
'I'll never do this again." sighs She-rrv.
Dont worry, Sloan, it'll grow back.
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You say you Cant get a word in edgewisc, Lowell?
FIRST FLOOR TOP ROVV: C. Stair, R. Howlett, Fowlkes, I
'lf Bathurst, VV. Kuecksg BOTTOM ROVV: D. Moore, VV. Ansc
The headless Closet Cleaner strikes again.
,. Cauh, L. Pettigrew, R. Haclu, R. Fender, R. Handy, D. Hughes, I.. Hiker
Jn, D. Olmsted, johnson, A. Tripp, M. VVoocl, S. Sorenson, M. Simpson
SECOND FLOOR TOP ROW: R, Matters, K. Nash, C. Musling, R. Maddox, N. Hauser, M. Spilger, C. Russell, D. Karges, j. Perry,
BOTTOM ROW: N. Hauser, S. johnson, B. Deliruin, C. Yan Dell, D. Babcock, D. Hustice, R. Adams, R, Duulxe.
Steve - This better be good, jim feels it is nice to relax after a hard day of sleeping.
THIRD FLOOR TOP ROW: R. Foster, Peterson, S. Shelley, T. Stoneherg, C. Sawyer, J. Foolces, C. Vanderhush, M. Oak, Sloan, C.
Mueller, S. Cummings, SECOND ROW: S. Finley, M. Engle, lf. Fuller, D. Hermann, R. Collins, D. Wlflgllf, R. McLean, D. Brown, L.
Meriek, BOTTOM ROW: R. Smith, D. Down, D. Denison, S. Malevris, R. Pudwill, D. MeNaney, A. Taslcer.
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T. Tindall, R, Groves, M. Riley, j, Caris, R. Pulscher, C. Sloan.
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Mike thrills Vera with an afternoon ride
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OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS BACK ROW: C. Cathers, L. johnson, P. Hocrner, H. Bybee, K. Fuller, F. Cary, D. Mosher, S. Hughes, j.
Bybee, R. Hauck, j. Walkerg FRONT HOW: 1. jordan, B, Simpson, M. Kaufmann, M, Baxter, R. Brannon, F, Bull, Y. Van Arsdale, E,
Caldwell, C. Hauclc.
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Apprchensively. Coach Coodsell and student manage-r. Daxe
Karges, lwcp a xx atchful eye on the Eagles.
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Eagles Soar Through Season
In spite of the absence of several experienced players
from last year, the MWC soccer team improved its rec-
ord over last year with a 4-1-2 record. The freshmen
filled in the vacant spots very well, and Linder a new
coach, Mr. Coodsell, the team worked hard to obtain a
respectable winning season.
A tense moment is captured on the faces of our Eagles as well as our opponents.
BASKETBALL TEAM BACK ROW: Coach V. Goodsell, M, Riley, R. Groves, C. Sloan, L. Cauh, j.
Sloan, j. Pederson, F. Cary, Student Manager D. Karges, FRONT ROW: S. johnson, S. Cummings,
S. Sorenson, J. Fookcs, T. Bathurst.
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Steve C, peers for an opening as the pressure is applied.
The team springs to action as the ball is tipped to our advantage.
Eagles Chalk Up A
The S68-,69 season of the M.W.C. Eagles was en-
couraging. The Eagles under the direction of
Coach Coodsell started off the season by winning
one out of three games at the Pre-season Tourna-
ment in McPherson. Preceding the Wesleyan
Tournament in Marion, they continued to build up
their strength. The new year was kicked off by a
second-place victory and a Runners-up Trophy for
the Eagles in the Marion Tournament. They con-
cluded the year with an impressive showing at the
Pre-season Tournament at McPherson
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78 ...... Manhattan
52 ,....... Midwest
56 .......,. Hesston
Tournament at Marion
71 ......... Owosso
76 . . . . . . Friends
62 . . . . . . Midwest
M.W.C. 62 ...... Manhattan
M.W.C. 70 ... ... St. johns
M.W.C. 51 ......... Central
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Cllieerleaders exist to ereate pep, enthusiasm and
guard sportsmaiisliip at athletic events. and most
eertaiiily our elieerleaders have done just that.
Tliey are louiicl elieeririg at all liome games. They
also present the lmest possible representation of
XINYCI at all visiting games. Our tlianks go to tlie
red and wliite elacl elieerleaders who lcd tlie XIXYC
lfagles tliruiigli a woiiclrous year,
Head elieerleader - Carol.
Cllieerleading to Mary and Sandy isirt all wr
Delmurali Miller, Sandra Mueller, Carol Luekert, Xiary Nlelfniry, Sherry Huston.
A home basketball gamc draws stucicnts to cliccr the Eagles on to ii victory.
Sparks School Spirit
Scc-Tre-ns: Nancy Linciicy
Vice Prcs: jiuncs Pcti-rsun
Pres: Nanci NYomls
Nttention is keen in an exciting moment of a socccr garner.
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Serving You Better - Saving You More
Ph nc 427-4425 M lt I K s
CLASS OF ,69
IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU!
JONES COLLEGE SUN DRIES
AN AUXILARY ENTERPRISE OF
MILTONVALE WESLEYAN COLLEGE
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Plumbing - Heating
Furniture - Appliances
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Phone 427-2025 I,h0m,-197-2355
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Consult us if you have a problem -- Hmm, Cooking - our food is so
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Phone 4212085 Miltonvale, Kansas
A. P. LANGE, JEWELER .
Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
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J. R. CAFE
Genevieve,s Sewing Shop
White Sewing Machines
Brothers Knitting Machines
La Voie Oil Go.
Nliltonx ale Ks
Behind the school all the Way.
Box 198 Miltonvule, Kansas 67466
Holiday Kitchens, Inc.
Qualify Qlesigned fm Qualify .Ezving
120 WEST ALLEN STREET
RICE LAKE, WISCONSIN 54868
SEEK YE FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD AND HIS
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BE ADDED UNTO YOU.
Sales Manager: William Holmquist
7945 Sunnyside Bd.
Minneapolis, Minn, 55432
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SKINNER CHEVROLET CO.
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PRIMROSE MOTOR CO.
MATTINCLY MOTOR CO.
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5 WOHLER'S BAND BOX CLEANERS
4161 ,ill wlmciluyct f-11m efmrlz-5275
ELLIOTT,S STUDIO C AND N AUTO PARTS
MILTON WIRT INSURANCE BUMSTEDIS WHOLESALE
BAUERIS LAUNDRY FUNITURE CITY
AND CLEANERS I. R. HATFIELD MOTOR CLINIC
RON,S LIL, DUFFER TASTY PASTRY
BURGER BARN MILTONVALE RECORD
BIGLER,S PHILLIPS 66 MILTONVALE LOCKER
WILHEM,S ELECTRIC PLANT
AMERICAN FIRE EQUIPMENT
325 N. 12th Street
All types of Fire Equipment
Sales and Service on All Types
of Fire Extinguishers.
HThe Scriptures give four names
to Christians -
Saints, for their holiness,
Believers, for their faith,
Brothren, for their love,
Disciples, for their knowledgefi
DEAN,S HEATING 81 AIR COND.
1703 VVater1oo Road
Cedar Falls, Iowa
ARROW PRINTING COMPANY
Box sez - SALINA KANSAS fzrwi - Ac 91:1 TA 3,3932
BUD,S BARBER SHOP
Why not let a good haircut
go to your head!
CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICE
Office Equipment and Supplies
Service is our middle name."
Phone ME 2-2177
Clay Center, Kansas
Marion, Indiana 46952
Our task -
To provide the VVes1eyan Church, and Christian
homes across our land with Bihlcs, hymnals, good
hooks, Sunday School materials, gifts and church
Store locations: VVes1eyan Book Room
226 East Ohio St., Indianapolis
Tile Book Knook 415 Nv3S111Ilgll7llSl. Marion
Headquarters Book 11oom,50t1i St, 61 Rl. 37 Marion
RES. M E 2-2670
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Dr. M.K. Nikkei
urllllif Colden Rule to Coocl Healthn 434 Lincoln, Clay Center
OFFICE 816 5th ST.
DIAL ME 2-2211 CLAY CENTER,
KANSAS 503 VV. Court ME2-2325
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Discounts for MVVC Students
Clay Center, Kansas
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Weill Do Our Best to Serve You 'I mow Phone MP 2-211 I
. . 423 Lincoln
Dick and jo Schmidt is
mme family Store Clay Center, Kansas
lgpil 420 Lincoln, Clay Center
CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICE
CLAY CENTER WESLEYAN
Corner of Court and llth Streets
Clay Center, Kansas 67432
17 miles east of Miltonvale
Sunday School ..... . . ..... . . . 9:45 a.m
Morning Worship ........,........ 10:45 a.m
Young Missionary VVorkers Band ...... 6:45 p.m
Wesleyan Youth ..........,.... . . . 6:45 p.m
Evening Family Hour .,,............ 7:30 p.m
Mid-week Prayer Service CWed.l ...... 7:30 p.m
Rev. E. K, Purcell
If you are looking for a church home, come, We can help you.
If you are looking for church work, come, you can help us.
F. C. HILL MEMORIAL
C H U R C H
Supports 1 f
Miltonvale Wesleyan College 1
I 00 '76
Rev. and Mrs. Dale Campbell, pastor.
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A -W B E L I EV E S I N
Proposed Hall XVesleyan Church
HALL WESLEYAN CHURCH
Rev. Marvin L. johnson, Pastor
WITH STUDENTS AND
REV. AND MRS. C. R. HOERNER,
Rev. j. j. Stoner, Pastor
Congratulations on your
MT. PISGAH WESLEYAN esleyan
1700 So. Market
Winning men to Christ Wichita, Kansas
fI'0m Wildcat Staff? Park. Rev. C. W. Dunbar, pastor
Robbins, assistant pastor
THE WESLEYAN CHURCH The Sioux City, Iowa
Wesleyan Church supports
5th Ave, and Sth gt, Miltonvale College
Brookings, South Dakota
Pastor: julins Strand 1968-69 Students from Soolandz
Our Students at M.W.C. Carolynn johnson
Ron Pulscher, Mary MCEIUFY
Diane Hobbie, Ronald BandY
Sharon Hobbie jens Pedersen CHoliness Methodist Church
South Sioux City?
BUFFALO WESLEYAN CHURCH
40 N. DeSmet
Supporting MWC with our prayers
finances, and students.
Larry johnson, Pastor
Loyalton, So. Dak.
with . ..
Students, Finances, and Prayers
R. J. Sausoman, Pastor
FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
Rev. and Mrs. Ira C. Cross
Congratulates MWC on this
60th anniversary of nohle and
dedicated service to higher
Christian education! and
Recommends Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, as a good place for
MWC graduates to put their
knowledge into a meaningful
2600 First Avenue N.W.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52405
Pastor: Richard Ernst
In a growing
THE WESLEYAN CHURCH
i'We Support MWCH
Dick Mason, Pastor
QA MWC Alumnusj
Sixteenth and Cedar Streets
"The Church with a Friendly Welcomeu
Rev. Duane C. Seitz, Pastor
So. Main and Orchard Dr.
Cedar Falls, Iowa, 50613
UMinistering to the Hearts of Men . . ,
. . . in the Heart of Vacation Land , . .
E. R. Dodd Memorial
Rev. james W. Slye, Pastor
K'Where Visitors Are Always Welcome!
South Troy Wesleyan Church
'A friendly country church,
in a friendly country communityf,
Paul L. Davis, Pastor
Cpresent MWC studentsl
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Parkway Wesleyan Church
330 Parkway, Baraboo, Wis. 53913
Pastor - Rev. H.S. and Ila Bennett
FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
Rapid City, So. Dak. A
HAS M.W.C. HELPED US?
Former Pastor and Wife
Present Pastor and Wife
S. S. Superintendenfs Daughters
Church Choir Director
Youth For Christ Director
Ass't Church Organist
Eight S. S. Teachers or Assistantls
junior Dept. Superintendent
A number of other Laymen
HAVE WE HELPED M.W.C'?
The school records will need to
Pastor - O. Dean Watson
'KA Friendly Church
A Friendly Communityv
Rev. Burnell Pudwill, Pastor
Mina, South Dakota
6641 South Cockrill Hill Rd. Dallas Texas
CMethodism like Mom and Dad enjoyed years ago?
Pastor john L. Newell
PIIOHGS AX 85425 CChl1fChl ALVA WESLEYAN CHURCH
2947 IDAHO DALLAS, TEXAS
302 Church Street
Alva, Oklahoma 73717
Rev. R. I. O,Connor, Pastor
PARTNERS WITH COD.
Eli, Nebraska 69213
When Cod is in it . .,
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THE RED CLOUD
WESLEYAN CHURCH GRACE WESLEYAN CHURCH
SBACKINCMWC. . ,
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Des Moines, Iowa
Pastor, Robert A. Howlett and con-
gregation pledge to M.W.C., its
staff and students their loyal and
THEREIS A PLACE FOR YOU
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The Hemisfair City
"ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE CITIES IN AMERICA
GA SICNIFICANT PART OF TIIE GREAT BOOMINC SOUTIIVVEST
WCITY OF THE ALAMOI' CONTRASTINC THE ULTRA MODERN
"THE EXCITINCLY ROMANTIC "CITY IN THE SUNP
This Wesleyan Church
QYOUILI. BE INSPIRED BY AN OPTIMUM CIIIAIIENCE
"YOL"I.l, BE TIIRILLED IN AN ENTIIL'SIASTIt1MINISTRY
OYOUII, BE PLEASED VVITII TIIE OPTIMISM IQYERYWIIERE
THE HUB OF THE NEW TEXAS DISTRICTH
For further details. contact: Rl-V VVult Rowell
A XYL-st AVCIIIIC
San Antonio, Texas 782133
Phone All 5I2 3-I-1:6393
LA PORTE CITY
WESLEYAN CHARLES CITY
CHURCH WESLEYAN CHURCH
701 Bi5h0P Avenue Charles City, Iowa
La Porte City, Iowa 50651
MILTONVALE WESLEYAN COLI I+ Glu
M ILTONVALE WESLEYAN COLLEGE
Rev. Paul R. Huffman
Howard W. johnson - Pastor
FALLS AVE. WESLEYAN CHURCH
2222 Falls Ave.
Sunday Worship .... 9:00
Sunday School ...... 9:00
Evening Worship .... 7:00
Wed. Family Night . . 7:00
HThe Life that Winsn . . . Sat. 9:30
Pastor - Don H. Polston
Gary D. Swenson
Director of Christian Education
Corner of South Center and Bohem St.
C.M. and Marie Hubby, Pastors
ROSLYN PARK WESLEYAN CHURCH
5300 6th. Street N. E.
We are large enough to serve you and
yet small enough to know you. Our
Church is located near many good
work opportunities and we are sur-
rounded by thousands who need to
hear the gospel of jesus Christ. We
need you to help us win others to
Rev. Gary M. Noyes, Pastor
BU RNSVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH
Miltonvale Wesleyan College
INTERCESSION - We Pray
INVESTMENT - We Give
INTEREST - We Love
"A Pioneer Church with
an Eye to the Futurey'
Albert R. Fookes, Pastor
HA Growing Church
in Changing Times"
Rev. joe H. Matt, Pastor
North and South Dakota, Montana and VVyorning
The DHk"W3Hn1I1 enthusiastically supports
Rapid City, South Dakota
june 17th to 25th.
Dr. M. H. Snydcr
Dr. R. S. Nicholson
Rcv. C. Eugenc Cockrell
Nliltonvalc XYcslcyan Collcgc
Rcv. john Iluntcr, Dist. Supt.
Rcv. C. VV. Coodscll, Asst. Supt
Rcv. Cordon Cary, Sccretary
Rcv. Hari D. Olson, Treasurer
COMPLIN1 ENTS Ol" THE
TH Ii VVESLICYAN CI IU RCH
4' Presenting an unchanging
Christ for a changing world."
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HThe California District supports Miltonvale Wesleyan College in its
purpose to serve the youth of our churelifi
Nlartin XV. Cox, District Superintendent
George R. Harris, Assistant District Superintendent
jarncs II. judy, District Secretary
Tlieoclore R. Stewart, District Treasurer
OFFICII'f: 3200-A EAST VIRGINIA AVICNLIIE. XVEST COYINA. CAI,II"OIINI.-X 91790 o 'l'EI,EPIIONI-1
THE NEBRASKA DISTRICT
Students of 1968-69
Charley A. Phipps, President
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Adams, Richard, 111 East Flynn, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
Anson, Wayne, 642 N. Broadwell, Grand Island, Nebr. 68801
Babcock. David, 2616 15th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80631
Bailey, joseph, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Baker, Clara, 406 Shelton, Chadron, Nebraska 69337
Ball, Gloria tFaithJ, Route 2, Belleville, Kansas 66935
Bandy, Cheryl 2421 41st Street, Sioux City, Iowa 51108
Bandy, Ronald 2421 41st Street, Sioux City, Iowa 51108
Bathurst, janet, Box 776, Talmage, Kansas 67482
Bathurst, Tim, Box 776, Talmage, Kansas 67482
Baughman, Kathleen, R.R. 1, Bancroft, Wisconsin 54921
Baxter, Martha, R.R. 2, Green, Kansas 67466
Beals, Vearl, Box 355, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Beets, Barry, 212 West 39th, Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Bennett, Phyllis, 300 S. Foster, Mitchell, South Dakota 57301
Berg, Rosemary, 3434 68th St., Des Moines, Iowa 50322
Berk, Linda, 1465 West Avenue, Zumbrota, Minnesota 55992
Blad, Marcia 2404'M' Street, Belleville, Kansas 66935
Brannon, Rhonda, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Brown, Dennis, R,R. 2, Box 200, Hamilton, Montana 59840
Brown, Marilyn, Box 8, Paradise, Kansas 67658
Brumbaugh, Richard, Oak Hill, Kansas 67472
Bybee, Harvey, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Bybee, jerry, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Caldwell, Eunice, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Chaffin, Linda, Atkinson, Nebraska 68713
Clark, Sharon, 3406 42nd Street, Sioux City, Iowa 51108
Collins, Rodney, 331 Fremont, Manhattan, Kansas 66502
Copeland, Mrs. Marilyn, R. 2, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Cummings, Steven, 1036 N. Elm, Red Cloud, Nebraska 68970
Cunnin fham. Marlene, Box 14, Eskridge, Kansas 66423
Cutshall: Neil, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Cyr, Larry, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Daake, Robert L,, R.R. 4, Charles City, Iowa 50616
DeBruin. Barry, R.R. 2, Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577
DeCock, Ellen, Harlowton, Montana 59036
Denison, Daniel, Eli, Nebraska 69213
Dittmeyer, Carol, 518 S, 13th, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Dow, james, Red Cloud, Nebraska 68970
Down, David, 912 Second Street, Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913
Edgington, Stanley, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Engle, Michael, R.R. 3, Abilene, Kansas 67410
Engle, Saundra, R.R. 3, Abilene, Kansas 67410
Eustice, David, Olivet Nazarene College, Kankakee, III. 60901
Farra, Mary Lou, R.R. 1, Lavalle, Wisconsin 53941
Fender, Rodney, R,R. I, Whiting, Iowa 51063
Fillmore, Robert, 1039 Oregon, Waterloo, Iowa 50702
Finley, Marjean, 930 Court Street, Clay Center, Kansas 67432
Finley, Steven, 930 Court Street, Clay Center, Kansas 67432
Fletcher, Diana, 2326 Sunset Lane, Greeley, Colorado 80631
Fookes, james, 13812 County Road 5, Burnsville, Minn. 55378
Foster, Roger, 309 River, Forsyth, Montana 59327
Fowlkes, james, 311 Independence, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Fuller, Earl, 522 West Broadway, Newton, Kansas 67114
Fuller, Ken, jay, R.R. 2, Miltonvale, Kansas, 67466
Garis, joseph, 611 W. Frantz, Enid Oklahoma 73701
Gary, Frank, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Gathers, Glenn, Box 218, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Gaub, LeRoy, C.B. Rt,, Glendive, Montana 59330
Gauger, Keryl, Route 1, Burbank, Oklahoma 74633
Gay, Marjorie, Route 1, Dalbo, Minnesota 55107
Geist, Terry, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
George, Angela, Hancock, Wisconsin 54943
Gilger, Connie, 1205 N. Central, Topeka, Kansas 66608
Gilger, Gayla, Broadus, Montana
Gleason, Norabelle, 1816'0' Street, Belleville, Kansas 66935
Goodsell, Marilyn, 334 N. Euclid, Peirre, South Dakota 57740
Gravos, Karen, Arnegard, North Dakota 58835
Grosenbach, Melva, 208 E. 8th, Gordon, Nebraska 69343
Gross, Carolyn, 924 E. Maine, Enid, Oklahoma 73717
Groves, Roger, 818 West Market, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Hada, Roger, Rt. 9, Box 13, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
Hatfield, Glenda, Rt, 1, Box 27, Esbon, Kansas 66941
Hauck, Ross, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Hauck, Guy, R. 1, Ada, Kansas 67414
Hauser, Neal, Box 86, Bristol, South Dakota 57219
Hauser, Nolan, Box 86, Bristol, South Dakota 57219
Hedlund, Victoria, R.R. 2, Box 71, Scottsbluff, Nebr. 69361
Hermann, Darrell, R.R. 4, Rochester, Minnesota 55901
Hermann, Donald G,, Zumbro Falls, Minnesota 55991
Hess, Kenneth, R.R. 1, Gordon, Nebraska 69343
Hobbie, Diane, R.R., Flandreau, South Dakota 57028
Hobbie, Sharon, R.R. 1, Flandreau, South Dakota 57028
Hoerner, Paul, Route 5, Manhattan, Kansas 66502
Holsing, Peg y, Loyalton, South Dakota 57459
Howard, Phyglis, Orchard, Nebraska 68764
Howell, David, Box 26, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Howlett, Robert, 2626 Maple, Des Moines, Iowa 56317
Hughes, Dennis, Royal, Nebraska 68773
Hughes, Stanley, R.R. I, Box 14, Aurora, Kansas 67417
Huston, judy, R.R. 1, Box 19, Vergas, Minnesota 56587
Huston, Sherry, R.R, 1, Box 19, Vergas, Minnesota 56587
Hutchison, Travis, R.R., Presho, South Dakota 57568
johnson, Carolynn, R.R. 1, Sioux City, Iowa 51108
johnson, jerry, 4421 S, Handley, Wichita, Kansas 67217
johnson, Leland, R.R. 1, Delphos, Kansas 67436
johnson, Marvin, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
johnson, Steven, Box 4, Lake Andes, South Dakota 57356
jones, Sandra, 116 Eidene Ct., Evansdale, Iowa 50707
jordan, james, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Karges, David, Elgin, North Dakota 58533
Karges, Esther, Elgin, North Dakota 58533
Kasson, Doris, 1152 S. Patton Ct., Denver, Colorado 80219
Kaufmann, David Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Kaufmann. Marie,Miltonva1e, Kansas 67466
Kincade, Patti, Route 2, Box 11, Terry, Montana 59349
Kirchner, Roger, 2319 N. Owaissa, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
Knapp, Leanne, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Knowles, William, 3128 Everett, Wichita, Kansas 67217
Kohler, Rebekah, R,R. 2, Rockford, Iowa 50468
Kottas, Bill, Epanomi, Thessaloniki, Greece
Kuecks, William, 211 Cummings Avenue, Buffalo, Wyoming
Lange, Paula, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Leonhardt, Ginger, Route 2, Box 320 A, Scottsbluff, Nebraska
Lewellen, Shirley, 407 West Wabash, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Lindley, Nancy, Fallon, Montana 59326
Luekert, Carol, R,R. 1, Box 347, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Maddox, Robert, 1605 21st Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80631
Malevris, Stavros, 18 Agnanton Street, Athens 404, Greece
Marah, Brenda, R. R. 3, Charles City, Iowa 50616
Masling, Charles, 5931 Belcrest, Houston, Texas 77033
Matters, Rogers, 15 E. Elizabeth, St. Paul, Minnesota 55107
McEniry, Mary, Box 353, Hinton, Iowa 51024
McLean, Richard, R. R. 3, Burr Oak, Kansas 66936
McNaney, Donald, 807 Washington, Terry Montana 59349
McNaney, Bobbie, Box 164, Terry, Montana 59349
Merick, Louis, 75 Fifth Street N. E., Independence, Iowa
Miller, Deborah, 1107 W, Cherokee, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Moore, Darwin, 106 Berlin, Waterloo, Iowa 50701
Mosher, David, 718 East 11th, Concordia, Kansas 66901
Mueller, Gary, 521 Hillcrest, Waterloo, Iowa 50701
Mueller, Sandra, 521 Hillcrest Road, Waterloo, Iowa 50701
Nash, Keith, RFD 1, Enterprise, Kansas 67441
Nord, Mary, R.R. 1, Box 86, Belleville, Kansas 66935
Norris, Tonja, Route 21, Gaylord, Kansas 67638
Oak, Michael, 2825 Elgin, Mudkogee, Oklahoma 74401
Ohl, Frank, Box 34, St. Francisville, Illinois 62460
Olmsted, David, R.R. 1, Gillingham, Wisconsin 54633
Ostrander, Richard, 1615 jim Bridger, Casper, Wyoming 82601
Padilla, jack, 725 Garfield, Clay Center, Kansas 67432
Palmer, Marlene, Mina, South Dakota 57462
Pederson, jens, R. R. 1, Moville, Iowa 51039
Perry, james, 534 South Vine, West Union, Iowa 52175
Perry, Ruth, 534 South Vine, West Union, Iowa 52175
Peterson, james, Route 1, Williston, North Dakota 58801
Peterson, Sheila, R. R. 1, Mansfield, South Dakota 57460
Pettigrew, Larry, 3015 Morningview, Rapid City, South Dakota
Potter, Shirley, Bloomington, Nebraska 68929
Pudwill, Bobby, Mina, South Dakota 57462
Pulscher, Ronald, R. 1, Box 101, Colman, South Dakota 57017
Rapp, Beverly, R. R. I, Fulton, South Dakota 57340
Riker, Lowell, 624 West Sth, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Riley, Michael, 410 N. 7th, Forsyth, Montana 59327
Rosas, Ianeen, R. 1, Lake Elmo, Minnesota 55042
Russell, Gary. Harlowton, Montana 59036
Ryser, Charles, R. 2, Haddam, Kansas 66944
Sailer, Eva, Walker, Iowa 52352
Sawyer, Gary, 715 N. 6th, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Schmitt, Dean, R. R. 1, Reinbeck, Iowa 50669
Seal, Donna, 1226 S. jefferson, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Shelley, Sherrill, Nye, Montana 59061
Shelton, Ed, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Sigmund, Judy, R. R. 2, Mt. Vernon, South Dakota 57363
Simpson, Berneice, R.R. 1, Box 62, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Simpson, Michael, R. R. 1, Abilene, Kansas 67410
Sloan, Gary, 395 16th St. Salem, Oregon 97301
Sloan, jerry, 395 16th St. S.E., Salem, Oregon 97301
Smith, Rollin, Star R. 4, Atkinson, Nebraska 68713
Snider, Beth, 2423 N.W. 40th, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73112
Sorenson, Steven, R.R. 2, Mason City, Iowa 50401
Spilger, Murl, 540 E. Capital Ave, Grand Island, Nebraska
Stair, Charles, 1231 E. Randolph, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Stewart, Janelle, 313 North Sunset, Ponca City, Okla. 74601
Stokes, Lois,511 3rd St. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 54204
Stone, Kenneth, Box 337, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Stoneberg, Terry, Bristow, Iowa 50611
Stuve, Wendy, R.R. 3, Wisconsin Rapids, VVisconsin 54494
Swaim, Willow, 313 IX2 South 36th, Billings, Montana 59101
Tasker, Alan, R.R. 1, Manchester, Kansas 67463
Tindall, Thomas, R.R., Bristow, Iowa 50611
Titus, Rosalyn, 2916 4th Avenue West, Seattle, Wash. 98119
Tripp, Alan, 20 Water Street, Rice Lake, Wisconsin 54868
Usherwood, Kathleen, Box 21 A, Emily, Minnesota 56447
Vanderbush, Clifford, R.R. 1, Bushnell, South Dakota 57011
Van Maanen, Lora, Rt. 5, Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577
Vaughan, Ellen, 914 N. 5th, Miles City, Montana 59301
Walker, Gerald, 1701 Van Dyke St., Appleton, 1Visconsin 54911
Waters, Kathleen, 2627 Foote Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85008
VVeek, Theodore, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Wood, Michael, 401 N. Central, Harlowton, Montana 59036
Woods, Nancy, R.R. 1, Ontario, Wisconsin 54651
Wright, Dennis, R.R. 2, Castlewood, South Dakota 57223
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