Miltonvale Wesleyan College - Sunflower Yearbook (Miltonvale, KS)
- Class of 1970
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a time for us
a time for us, someday there'll be
when chains are torn
by courage born
a time, when dreams, so long denied can
a time for us, at last to see
a life worthwhile and with our love
through tears and thorns
we will endure as we pass surely through
a time for us, someday there'll be
a new world, a world of shining hope
for you and me.
MILTONVALE WESLEYAN COLLEGE MILTONVALE, KANSAS
DEDICATED TO . . .
mr. and mrs. martin brandt
As an expression of our sincere thanks and appre-
ciation for the years of outstanding service to the
students of MWC, we desire to dedicate the 1970
Sunflower to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brandt.
Mr. Brandt, as business manager-treasurer of the
College and Mrs. Brandt, as a member of the music
staff, have each given unstintingly of their time
and effort. Whether it be counselling a student on
his financial problem, planning a choir tour, as-
sisting with an athletic tournament, or directing
the Homecoming parade, Mr. Brandt has shown an
interest and an ability that has gotten the job done
well. Mrs. Brandt, likewise, has demonstrated her
versatility on many occasions - adding the finish-
ing touches to a reception, directing a choir con-
cert, preparing a student for his recital, to mention
only a few.
For these many services and the multitude of little
things which are not so generally known, we say
thank you. May Cod add his richest blessings and
continue to use you in service to MWC.
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Frosh gets diapered during Sophomore fun and games. Stillness reigns, as Gwen starts to shave her waterballoon.
The 1969-70 school year was ushered in by 73
bright, new faces, ready to heed the call and meet
the challenge. The first days of testing were fi-
nally ended by a time of meeting new friends,
sharing experiences, and getting ready for the
new school year. This was accomplished through
a variety of well planned activities, such as the
freshman-faculty banquet, and a talent night,
exhibiting a variety of freshman talent.
The second challenge was the return ofthe Soph-
omore class. It was with their firm support that
the frosh realized their place in life, especially
during matriculation. It was Kangaroo Court that
prepared them for their new place in campus
"Man is this fun!"
Karen's first letter from home. "Woo"
Lowly frosh and mighty sophomore working hand in hand, Captivatingly, John sings a native Creek folk song.
The future Queen Brenda tells what the Lord means to her.
Enjoying the homecoming soccer game, with her fiance, is one
of Brenda's queenly joys.
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a time for royalty
The coronation of Queen Brenda was one of the
more exciting events of the year. After the en-
trance of the five candidates, their testimonies
were presented to the audience. This was fol-
lowed by the announcing of the runners-up and
finally the queen - Brenda Marah, a sophomore,
majoring in music.
This smiling queen was crowned by the former
Campus Queen Linda Chaffin. Dr. Eva Cilger
placed the royal robe upon the queen and Dr. Leo
Cox presented flowers. Rev. Dale Campbell gave
the queen a fitting gift, a Bible. With tears in her
eyes and a smile on her face Queen Brenda gra-
ciously accepted her royal responsibilities.
Queen Brenda takes the long walk with her escort Dan Denison
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OUR 1970 QUEEN CANDIDATES
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The crowning of Queen Brenda set the pace for
an eventful and enjoyable homecoming weekend.
It was during this time that Alumni and students
came together, and saw the past, present and
future of MWC. Activity characterized the cam-
pus during the following day of classroom visita-
tion, touring of dorms, and reminiscing, closed
by a special Alumni program, highlighted by the
speaker for the evening, Bob Cwirard.
A thirty-minute parade led up to the climax of
the weekend, a soccer game with Central of
McPherson, Kansas. The outcome of the game
being an 8-3 victory, for the Eagles.
The Christian Church strives onward and upward Sophomoreg make a meal of the Tigers.
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for odds and ends, chores, and slave
labor of any practical use
These slaves are "jacks of all trades
and masters of none". They are in
excellent condition, and will work if
Proceeds from this sale will go to mis-
sionary work. Special Student Project:
Lois Sheridan, missionary to Sierre
Sale will be held Saturda ' October 27.
7:30 p.m. on Bank Intersection in Miltonvale.
TERMS - Cash Auctioneers:
Pruitt dn Lagasse
"Working isn't half as much fun as getting sold," cries Marva as she
works off her debt to society.
"Can I havea four . . ."
In dead Ernest, Ianet and Steve, render The Frontier Mortician. A
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"Wet and Wild" gurgle Harvey and Gary.
IN THE DARK
The Freshman Class thrilled all with a ghostly
Halloween party. It began with a chilling hayrack
ride and wound up in the gym. The spooky activ-
ities commenced with a deathly-slow football
game, a spine tingling spook house, a morbid
play the "Frontier Morticianf' and ended with a
spirit-reviving singspiration and fellowship.
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110 voices joined together, under the direction of
Mrs. Ruby Brandt, to present I-landel's "Mes-
siah", Sunday, December 14, 1969. The partici-
pants from the college and community met to-
gether weekly for practice prior to the perform-
ance. The "Messiah" featuring soloists - Mrs.
Wilma Parsons, Sopranog Mrs. Corrine Thomp-
son, Altog Mr. jerry Terrill, Tenor, and Dr. War-
ren S. Freeborn, jr. Bass, was presented to an
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Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Freeborn,
WHO'S WHO IN
The faculty, too, earns its time of fellowship. Once
a month they try to get together for an evening of
fellowship and relaxation. Following dinner, the
entertainment may be provided by a speaker or
slides. lt proves to be an interesting time, enjoyed
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Love is reflected by the Campus Sweetheart, the candiates, their escourts, and Campus Queen Brenda.
Campus Sweetheart, Saundra Engle, escourted by Mr. Keith Nash.
The social was graced by two Charming servers, Lynette and
REPLECTIONS OF LOVE
The 1970 Sweetheart Banquet, was truly one that
reflected love. Following the announcement of the
couples, the candidates for Campus Sweetheart,
Kathy Usherwood, and Cathy Ctlinn, were pre-
sented. The final announcement was then made -
Saundra Engle - was our 1970 Sweetheart Queen.
She was serenaded by Doug Peterson. The pro-
gram was one that reflected love of all types and
shapes and sizes. The Abbott Hall girls presented a
skit "Reflections," a solo by Rosie Titus, and an
ensemble number - "How about your Heart?"
BARTLESVILLE WESLEYAN COLLEGE T
Bartlesville, one of our Wesleyan Colleges, is lo-
cated on a knoll overlooking the thriving city of
Bartlesville, Oklahoma. This campus rests on
twenty-acres of well used land that lends itself to
college life. The objectives are to offer to worthy
young people an experience in general education,
arts and sciences, and Bible and theology.
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RODNEY COLLINS STEVEN CUMMINGS
HAHCI he Said unto me, My gf8CS is Sllffi- "Humble yourselves in the sight of the "Sow to yourselves in righteousness,
cient for thee: for my strength iS made Lord, and he shall lift you up." James reap in mercy: break up your fallow
perfect in weakness. Most gladly there- 4310,
fore will I rather glory in my infirmities,
that the power of Christ may rest upon
me." II Corinthians 12:9.
ground: for it is time to seek the Lord, till
he come and rain righteousness upon
you." Hosea 12:10.
MICHAEL ENGLE ROBERT FILLMORE
"For God has not given us the spirit of "Ye have not chosen me, but I have cho- "For this is the day which the Lord hath
fear: but of power, and of love, and of a sen you, and ordained you, that ye made: we will rejoice and be glad in it."
sound mind." II Timothy 1:7.
should go and bring forth fruit, and that Psalms 118:24.
your fruit should remain: that whatsoev-
er ye shall ask of the Father, in my name,
he may give it you." John 15:16.
a time for endings
MARVIN JOHNSON JAMES IORDON
"Commit thy way unto the Lord: trust "I can do all things through Christ who HI kl10W thy W0fk5- Behold I have Set
also in him: and he Shall bring it to stregthenth me." Philippians 4:13
pass." Psalms 37:5
before thee an open door which no man
can shut." Revelations 3:8
GARY RUSSELL STEVE SHELLEY
"But unto everyone of us is given grace "Save Your people and bless Your heri-
according to the measure of the gift of tageg nourish and shepherd them and
Christ."Ephesions 4:7 carry them for ever." Psalms 28:9
heart." Psalms 37:4
"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart:
and lean not unto thine own understand-
ing. In all thy ways acknowledge him,
and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs
"Delight thyself also in the Lord: and he
shall give thee the desires of thine
De Bruin, Barry
WAYNE ANSON RON BANDY KATHY BAUGHMAN
Shun not the struggle, face The eternal murmur of the waves of the Good grades are indifafive Of a 800d
it- it's God's gift. Sea cannot compete with the voice of mind? She haf' both-
MARTHA BAXTER ROSEMARY BERG U u
Her eyes light upp a smile appearsg yes Love for someone, friendship for every People who d0n'f make much H0159 Wlll
you've guessed it, John is near. one, respect for many. fool you.
a time for a new beginning
RHONDA BRANNON MARILYN BROWN HARVEY BYBEE
"Sing and I'l1 sing with you, study and A wonderful gal with personality plus, "To work or not to work?" What a silly
you'll study alone." she displays her musical talent for us. question V'
JERRY BYBEE SHARON CLARK MARLENE
If fun were 3 Criminal Offenge, I'd be When in the course of human events it CUNNINGHAM
jailed for lifel becomes necessary to bluff - letfs bluff. "A quiet girl, but quite a girl
CAROL DITTMEYER JIM DOW DAVID DOWN
In her quietness, there is charm. Although he's no surgeon, he does a Few his words, but strong.
good deal of cutting up.
SAUNDRA ENGLE MARY FARRA DIANA FLETCHER
The sugar of her personality, Peaceful, thoughtful, and resigned al- She is il'1CliVidU31iSfiC with 6 firm resolute
soft spoken sweetness. ways modest, sweet and kind. purpose.
KEN IAY FULLER FRANK GARY NORABELLE GLEASON
If he's got a far away look in his eyes, The harder I try the better to be, the "It is better to be small and shine, than to
he's looking at his feet. worser I am. be large and cast a shadow."
Mr. and Mrs. Goodsell
Life can be a song to
VICTOR GREEN MELVA GROSENBACH GLENDA HATFIELD
I stand on the brlnk of success would Peaceful flwughfful and f95lgl'19d Al Smile lt makes P90Pl9 Wonder
someone push me over? ways modest sweet and k1nd what yOu ve been up to
GUY HAUCK NEAL HAUSER NOLAN HAUSER
An innocent face, but you can never tell Stay cool and calm and you ll collect All great men are dylng I don t feel well
VICKI HEDLUND DARRELL HERMANN PAUL HOERNER
Her thoughts are centered on Ambition rules my brain, love my heart. Success is a big step, but I have long
just one - still she's zealous legs.
and full of fun.
PHYLLIS HOWARD ROBERT HOWLETT GLENDAH HUPF
A friendly girl who may be quiet, but "He looks intelligent with his glasses on, If she can't see a bright side, she polishes
with half a chance she is a riot. but that's only an optical illusion." up the dull side and looks at that.
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STANLEY HUGHES SHERRY HUSTON JERRY JOHNSON,
50m9Um95 I Sit and think, The more you know her the better you l'mlittle, but watch me.
sometimes I just sit. like her,
Can live without study - what dgeg it The force of her own merit makes her
matter? But who in the world can live OWU Way.
We all wonder and still wonder grows -
how, when, and where he learns all he
Wheaties for breakfast, cheerioes
Music is well said to be the speech of "Mark mY W0fd5, but d0n'f blame me if
MARY MC ENIRY
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would be quite an explosion.
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there A sincere worker in all he does, and that
for lunch, and pep for every
Work fascinates me, I can sit and watch
it for hours.
CHARLES MASLINC DARWIN MOORE DAVID MOSHER
Why make such a fuSS Over life? He'll make tomorrow as cheerful as to- He does his task from day to day, and
We never get out of it alive. day with a joke and a song along the meets whatever comes his way.
KEITH NASH RICHARD OSTRANDER LARRY PETTICREW
Christopher Columbus didn't say much, He takes life serious every once in Always feeling his best when he can be a
and look what he did. awhile. constant pest.
BEVERLY RAPP LOWELL RIKER DONNA SEAL
"I was born to giggle, so giggle I He haS three Speeds - slow, slower, and She was made to be an angel, but some-
must." Stop. body lost the pattern.
IUDY SICMUND STEVEN SORENSON CHARLES STAIR
5he's young, she's lovely, she's engaged, Personality has the power to open mans "He knows his sports, he knows his les-
doors, but character keeps them open. sons, he's bound to leave a good
LOIS STOKES ROSALYN TITUS KATHLEEN
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CLASS OI: 1970
things she shouldnft do.
Friendship to many, and goodwill
LORA VAN MAANEN
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NEW AND SPECIAL STUDENTS
BACK ROW: Paul Robbins, Steve Kallenback, Bonnie Reitang FRONT ROW: Darrill Murray,
Laura Hutchison, Not Pictured: Mohammad Haghi.
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a time for us
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College life can be real exciting! Gathered togeth-
er on the same campus are youth from many
parts of our country with varied backgrounds.
But here they learn to live together, to make ad-
justments, and to be informed. This experience of
learning under the guidance of professional peo-
ple makes a lasting impact upon college men and
To have this educational encounter in an envi-
ronment where Christ is put first and where the
Bible is central makes for a unique and fuller
learning process. Gaining knowledge about our
world of things and ideas in circumstances where
human reason stands alone, results in frustration
and ultimate despair. But the same experience
based on the Word of Cod and centered in Christ
develops the true man prepared for his place in
Our Wesleyan College is committed to a Bible-
centered and Christ-filled education with highest
academic quality. Our past has been great and
our future is challenging.
PRESIDENT OP COLLEGE
Leo C. Cox, Ph.D
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How's your perspective? The painter as he works
with his materials is greatly concerned with the
relationship of one object to another on his
Though artists of a different sort - you and I
need to be vitally concerned with "perspective"
in our lives. How is what I am doing today, going
to fit into the long range plan for my life? It is
often difficult during the youth period of our
lives to evaluate events, problems, and circum-
stances properly. The present is so much with us.
Today's successes and achievements, its frustra-
tions and problems are so real, and oft-times
overwhelming, that we cannot view them in their
lt is therefore most essential that we learn, early
in life, to establish priorities, to keep our goals in
view, and not permit short-range failures to
throw our long-range objectives out of focus. I
am sure you have discovered, here at MWC, that
the best insurance against making this mistake is
to place your trust and confidence in the Lord
jesus Christ, who alone can guide unerringly.
May I-lis presence ever be with you.
Miltonvale Wesleyan College has an extremely vital
role to play in the area of Christian Education. In
this exciting day of advanced scholarship and ex-
panding knowledge, it is our dedicated purpose to
keep in step with enviable academic excellence while
emphasizing the prime importance of spiritual
Hundreds of students have entered these halls,
walked these paths, studied in these classrooms and
prayed in these chapels. These have departed to
spread throughout the world to apply trained skills
and dedicated purpose to the service of mankind
and the building of the Eternal Kingdom.
In these days of social disturbance and clamorous
calls for unrestrained academic freedoms, we find in
Miltonvale College an institution of quality that
brings intellectual stimulus and spiritual challenge
to her students students that give promise of
superior performance in the fields of their chosen
careers and in the areas of their specific callings.
The traditions of this institution are deep. The past
of this institution is rewarding. The present of this
institution is productive. The commitment of this
institution to the Church is total. The purpose of
this institution is to produce students stamped by
the impression of high ideals, marked by the indeli-
ble imprint of worthy aspirations, motivated by the
compulsion of comprehensive vision, and commit-
ted in personal abandonment to the Master Teacher
whose instruction we heed and whose commands
Iohn Wilkens, M.A.
Duane Ianssen, B. Rel. Dean of Student Affairs
Director of Public Relations
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Wayne Caldwell, Th.D. Marlin E. Brandt, M.S.
Faculty Representative Business Manager
Warren S. Freeborn, M.S. Wayne E. Caldwell, Th D
Many young ministers and evangelists receive
their necessary training under the teaching of
these men. Many students in other areas of study
also receive much insight into the Bible through
this department. All students find this knowl-
edge useful in their personal lives as well as being
able to help others in their spiritual needs.
Also in this department, William Goldsmith,
M.A.p George I. Robbins Ir., M.A.
john Wilkens, M.A
Gordon Verne Coodsell, B.S. W. A. Kaufmann, M.A.
Eva Cilger, Ph.D. Wesley L. Knapp, M.S
SGCIAL SCIENCE AND PSYCI-IOLCDGY
To help students meet the demands of the future,
the department of social science and psychology
seeks to educate students about past times, peo-
ple, and how to deal with the fast-moving world.
L. Verne Atkins, M.S.
lon Sabbatical Leavej
William Goldsmith, M.A.
The English and language department entails a
well-rounded program of general English, crea-
tive writing, journalism, and literature. The pro-
fessors, interested in perfection, guide their stu-
dents to a mastery of linguistic skills and
Karen Goodsell, B.S.
George I. Robbins, Ir., M.A
Ouida, Janssen, R.N., B.S.
Allen W. Gisselbeck, B.A.
Also in the department, Elvie Turner, M.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 Mikesell, M.S.
EDUCATION AND BUSINESS
The education department prepares students to
take their places on the opposite side of the desk.
The business department develops poised and
efficient young secretaries ready to meet the
demands of the business world.
Thelma Daggett, M.S.
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George 1. Robbins, Ir., M.A.
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Karen Coodsell, B.S.
FINE ARTS AND
The fine-arts department of M.W.C. consists of a
well-rounded curriculum of music and related
subjects. It prepares those interested in extensive
music careers, and broadens the horizons of mu-
sic lovers. The physical education department
rounds out the total curriculum, and seeks to
develop the athletic skills of the students.
Also in this department Cordon Verne Goodsell, B.S.
Ruby V- Brandt, M5- Frank Fortunato, B.S.
Assistant in Mailing Department
Secretary to the President and Dean
Esther G0ldSmlil'l Emma Dug-keg
Secretary in General Office Supervisor of General Office
Corrine Thompson Ioan Caldwell
Secretary to Business Manager and Cashier Secretary to Director of Public Relations
Mildred Rist Mary Lynn Gisselbeck
Cashier and Assistant in Business Office Bookstore Manager
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Ouida Janssen Dr Warren Freeborn M D
Rev. Dale Campbell
Director of Maintenance Custodian
SMOOTHLY RUN CAMPUS
Ebba Robbins, Pearl Freeborn, Dola Knapp, Ruth Wilkens - Assist- Vesta Gary
ani I-ibfafiaf1S- Director of Food Services
Frances Buel, M.S., Librarian ?3'45'?"W W s-.....
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Nina Beals, Essie King, Ioann Bybee Assistants in kitchen.
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MASK AND MIRRDR
The object of the Mask Sa Mirror is to present the fine
art of acting and related activities at M.W.C., to obtain
experience in leadership, and the associated fields of
speech and art. The rnain project will be to present a
play in April. The club is sponsored this year by Mrs.
STANDING: I. Elsberry, I. Christman, N. Fredriekson, D.
Moore, C. Maslingg SITTING: Mrs. V. Coodsell.
The flag that waved above Miltonvale was a ragged
one. The Student Senate realized it and took it upon
themselves to aquire a new one. On February 27,
1970 a new flag, once flown over the nation's capital
on july 4, 1969, began it's reign over Miltonvale
Wesleyan College. The College gives a hearty
thanks to the Student Senate.
OFFICERS Pres: Treas:
Alan Tripp jim Perry
Ron Pulscher Miss Cilger
In 1963, Missions Club was formed to promote
the cause of missions on the Miltonvale campus.
Its main function has been to challenge students
to have a world vision, through monthly meet-
ings, the slave auction, and the Missionary Con-
vention. Films with a missionary emphasis are
also shown from time to time to encourage and
inspire those who have an interest in missions.
Money raised through the Slave Auction and
Missionary Convention goes to the partial sup-
port of Miss Lois Sheridan in Sierra Leone, Afri-
ca, as well as to sending a student to a mission
field during the summer. This year over ssoo was
raised through the Slave Auction and another
53,000 in pledges and offering were given during
the Missionary Convention. "Impression with-
out expression equals depressionf' "C-o ye into
all the world and preach ttellj the Gospel to every
creature." Mark 16:15
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Stokes, B. Fillmore, M. Brown, l.. Knapp, P. Lange, THIRD ROW: M. Baxter, I. Peterson, S. Shelley! F, McBride, B, Howlett, Single
B, Marahg BOTTOM ROW: J. Elsberry, 1. Cruetmacher, B. Reiswi, D. Moore, R. Brannon, G. Williams, N. Fredrickson.
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Sleep comes in small snatches on choir tours.
Even the bus driver, Mr. Cisselbeclc, needs his nourishment!
The choir, singing in their formal attire,
CHRIST IN MUSIC
"Singing 'they' go along life's road, praising the
Lord" . . . Miltonvale Wesleyan College Choir's pre-
eminent goal is serving Christ in songs from the
heart. Concerts on campus and in the surrounding
area give opportunities to share with all ages the joy
of serving a living Christ.
Their repertoire, consisting of music from various
periods, includes spirituals, chorales, and anthems,
as well as choruses expressing testimonies.
The climactic event, the Easter Choir tour, took
them to California, for the first time, with contacts
enroute in Arizona, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and
BACK ROW: S. Sleichter, G. Tjaden, L. Klatt, T. Bedient, F. McBride, M. Baxter, A. Tripp, I. Peterson, H. Miller, B. Reiswig, F. Por-
tunato. FRONT ROW: D. Fletcher, S. Benfield, D. Kasson, E. Howard, C. Huff, A. Nass, S, Clark, B. Marah, K. Peterson, G. Hauck.
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The MWC band is a group of twenty-one ener-
getic students led by Professor Frank Fortunato.
At all home games they direct their energy into
providing some spirit through music. They also
give one public performance during the year.
Alan and Martha give it all they have during a home game.
Rosemary Berg and
BACK ROW: Dr. Caldwell, T. Bybee, G. Walker, 5, Shelley, H. Bybee, P, Hoerner, R. Collins, R. Berg, FRONT ROW: R. Huston, C.
Russell, D. Marshall, B. Reiswig, D. Brown, R. Pulscher, J. Carris.
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Cline. FRONT ROW: L. Hehn, N. Gleason, B. Norris.
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'1Gospel Teams", as they are called, are made up of groups of stu-
dents that are organized by the Music Department. They go into
the surrounding country about two weekends a month upon re-
quest. They spread the praises of the Lord with a song in their
heart, while representing MWC.
SPEAKERS: Mike Engle, Gerry Walker, Denny Brown, David Olmsted, Clifford Vanderbush,
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LADIES! TRIO: pianist, Resa Klamm, Sharon Clark, Carol
Glinn, Cathy Clinn.
MENS QUARTET: Steve Sleichter, Dan Denison, Joel Cline
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MIXED QUINTET: Pianist: Marlene Carlson, Keith Nash, Debbie Miller, Linda Buchholz, Patty Kincade, and Mike Engle.
LADIES' TRIO: Pianist: Lynetta Bley, Kathy Baughman, Phyllis Howard, and Leona Gaub
Religious life Committee sponsor: Professor Goldsmith, and student
chaplain: Dan Denison.
What is life? What does life hold for us? How can
we get the most out of life? How does Christ re-
late to our lives?
These are just a few of the questions that have
been asked by students here at MWC this year.
Not only have these questions been asked, but
they also have been answered. In fact all of these
questions have been answered by answering the
last one. Once we have allowed Christ to be the
Center of our lives, the answer to all the other
questions will fall right into place.
We have found how Christ relates to our lives.
We have found that He must be the center of our
lives. We have found what it really means to be a
Christian. By finding these facts, we automatical-
ly have found what life really is all about.
We praise God together for the ways He has been
manifesting His Son to each of us, faculty and
students alike, this year. Along with praising
Him, we also thank Him and our prayer is that as
each of us leaves MWC this spring, that we will
take with us the knowledge of Christ, not only
for ourselves but to pass on to others.
The Chaplain, Dan Denison
RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE: D. Denison, K. Usherwood, C, Stair, B. Fillmore, Rev.
Campbell, W. Goldsmith, M. Engle, R. Berg, T. Bedient.
a time for prayer
BACK ROW: V. Green, R. Ostrander, W. Anson, D. Marshall, L. Bley, V. Hedlund, P. Howard, M. Grosenbach, E. Howard, M. Mar
shall, A. Van Briggle.
M. Farra, P. Weicht, A. Geore, K, Baughman, D. Omsted, G. Walker.
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BACK ROW: S. Benfield, C. Clinn, S. Lewellen, C. Groves, C. Stair, W. Martin, I. Zykan, C. Clinng FRONT
ROW: D. Seal, C. Brown, G. Williams, P. Short.
BACK ROW: B. Huff, S. Huston, M. McEniry, S. Banks, F. McBride, S. Clark, L. Van Maanen, I. Riker, L. Berk, D. Teare, L. Stokes
R. Berg, B. Marah, A. Nass, B. Hite, K. Usherwoodg FRONT ROW: N. Hauser, B. McCleeary, N. Hauser, C. Tjaden, R. Bandy, L
Riker, B. Reiswig, R. Howlett, D. Hermann, D. Schmitt.
BACK ROW: G. Hauck, R. Brannon, M. Baxter, I.. Knapp, E. Atwood, C. Hatfield, M. Brown, M. Wiggins, I. Kamphaus, S. Engle, N.
Gleason, B. Norris, M. Cunningham, I. Iman, FRONT ROW: K. Nash, P. Hoerner, I. Dow, D. Mosher, R. Huston, R. Collins, S. Slei-
chter, K. Fuller, L. Rumbaugh, F. Gary.
BACK ROW: H. Miller, H. Bybee, J. Bybee, T. Bybee, D. Kasson, J. Babcock.
BACK ROW: C. Vanderbush, C. Howard, C. Christman, D. Heltibridle, M. Holsing, K. Peterson B Shook L Caub M Meidinger
R. Reitan, I.. Pettigrew, SECOND ROW: I. Sigmund, C, Kuehn, I.. Buchholz, M. Carlson, B. Rapp P Kincade L Hehn P Hartel R
Klamm, D. Johnston, D. Klauzer, FRONT ROW: D. McNaney, D. Sigmund, D. Brown, C. Russell S Shelley R Pulscher T Be
dient, W. Mclntyre.
Banding together for a time of prayer for ones
district.churches, and needs, is one way of pray-
ing without ceasing. One night a week these
bands gather together by districts. They have a
time of devotion, present special prayer requests,
etc., and most important, bring these needs and
prayers of thanksgiving to God.
a time for capturing
The task facing the annual staff was one of ac-
curately and yet enjoyably depicting our school
year. Under the leadership of Glenda Hatfield, we
hopefully attained our goal, and equalled our
tasks. Through the many trials and joys, laughs
and tears, this year shall go down in history as
Larry calmly sizes up the situation.
"Yes - I thinkllike it!"
Reminiscing through old pictures is fun.
"Yep, here it is!"
BACK ROW: R, Collins, T. Beclient, I. Cline, T. Bybee, W. Mclntyreg FRONT ROW: D. Iohnston, D. Seal, S. Engle, D. Kasson, S.
Sorensen, I. Babcock, K. Baughman, L, Stokes, C. Stair.
OFFICERS: Treas, L. Stokes, Vice-Pres., T. Bybeeg Sec., K. Baugh-
man, Pres., S. Sorensen.
The Student Senate combines the idealism and
imagination of youth. The fourteen members of
the Senate represent a cross section of the stu-
dent body and are a good barometer of "what's
happening" on campus. Their goal is to improve
communication between students and faculty,
and to promote harmony and cooperation on
campus, a campus that encourages the develop-
ment of Christian maturity.
It seems even R.A., Dave Olmsted, finds time to enjoy
A CHALLENGE MET
The job of Resident Assistant is never dull.
Room checks twice a week, locking doors, filling
the pop machine, and handing out change for
laundry and snacks, are some of their routine
duties. Maintaining a happy dorm, and living a
consistent Christian life is no small task. But
these R.A.'s are learning and have learned well,
for this is a year that at least begins to prepare
one for future problems and decisions of life.
They have learned to appreciate and are appre-
ciated by all.
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BACK ROW: Phyllis Tolle, Marvin johnson, Margie Smith,
SECOND ROW: Steve Sorensen, David Olmsted, THIRD ROW:
Kathleen Baughman, Phyllis Howard, FRONT ROW: Doris Kas-
son, Brenda Marahg Not Pictured: Alan Tripp.
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BACK ROW: C. Kuehn, L, VanMaanen, C-. Williams, N. Cleason, B. Rapp, I. Sigmund, R. Titus, MIDDLE ROW:M. Coodsell, S.
Lewellen, K. Peterson, M. Wiggins, P. Howard, M. Holsing, C. Lundock, S. Huston, FRONT ROW: C-. Hatfield, M. Mclzniry, D.
Seal, B. Shook, M. Carlson, M. Cunningham, P. Kincade.
Three girls caught unaware at dorm prayer meeting.
Sleep always makes the day go better, dreams Marilyn.
"Man does not live by study alone."
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Cries dorm mom, Phyllis.
BACK ROW: P. Short, L. Buchholz, P. Weicht, C. Dittmeyer, D. Teare, I. Gruetzmacher, N. Fredrickson, I. Elsberryg MIDDLE ROW:
B. Huff, I. Kamphuas, A. Vanbriggle, M. Grosenbach, E. Howard, A.
Hite, A. Bley, K. Baughmann, S. Banks, D. Miller, D. Fletcher.
George, B. Norris, M. Brown, FRONT ROW: D. Klauzer, B.
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BACK ROW: R. Klamm, D. Johnston, S. Engle, B. Heck, P. Hartel, I. Babcock, B. Marahp MIDDLE ROW: K. Usherwood, M. Mar-
shall, C. Glinn, S. Clark, S. enfield, C. Brown, W. Stuve, E. Atwood, FRONT ROW: L. Berk, L. Stokes, C. Glinn, A. Nass, S. Hodge,
M. Meidinger R. Berg, M. Rothfuss.
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BACK ROW: I. Bortnem, I. Marakis, B. DeBruin, C. Howard, SECOND ROW: D. Heltibriclle
B. Fillmore, G. Isaacson, THIRD ROW: I. Bybee, C. Vanderbush, H. Bybee, T. Hauser
FOURTH ROW: V. Green, G. Tjaden, S. Sorensen, D. Sigmund, I.. Riker, FRONT ROW: B
Reiswig, C. Stair, D. Moore, C. Russell.
"Don't interrupt me now, l'm busy." Bill and Iohn work on an assignment inthe dorm lobby.
Dan tries to keep things organized in his own way. In an effort to keep 2nd floor clean, Neal Collects and disposes
of empty pop bottles.
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BACK ROW: L. Rumbaugh, C. Groves, I. Christman, H. Miller, L. Pettigrew, N. Hauser, I. Zykan, I. Cline, S. Schrecengost, L. Klattg
FRONT ROW: D. Marshall, N. Hauser, D. Olmsted, D. Daake, S. Sleichter, K. Nash.
BACK ROW: G. Walker, L. Mitchell, W. Mclntyre, D. Down, R. Bandy, S. Shelley, R. Ostrander, D. Hermann, R. McCleeary, B
Howlett, T. Bedient, I. Iman, FRONT ROW: D. Brown, W. Anson, D. McNaney, R. Pulscher, M. Engle, R. Huston. NOT PIC-
TURED: D. Denison, I. johnson, B. Kottas, B. Maddox, D. Peterson, I. Peterson, A. Tripp, C. Masling.
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Weight-lifting is one of Bob's more enjoyable subjects.
TOP ROW: F. McBride, L. Helm, D. Kasson, L. Spicerg BOTTOM
ROW: 1. Riker, M. Farra, L. Gaub.
A sight that is typical of a dorm prayer meeting.
Jeannine believes dorm life can be quietly fun.
Two Hillcrest roomates discuss the tiring process of orientation
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BACK ROW: P. Broden, R. Reitan, P. Hoerner, P. Gary, S. Hughes, T. Bybee, K. Fuller,
SECOND ROW: E. Shelton, J. Dow, R. Collins, D. Mosher, I. Garis, G. Hauclc, FRONT ROW:
G. Huff, R. Brannon, P. Lange, L. Knapp, M. Baxter, V, Hedlund.
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Our cheerleaders have been faithful in executing
their duties. They have cheered the team onward
through thick and thin, and aided in keeping the
school spirit at a high point. They cheer at every
home game and at all other games when possible.
Our thanks really go out to a job well done, in
Gwen gives it all shes got as the cheerleaders cheer on our
TOP TO BOTTOM: Gwen Kuehn, Sandra Benfield, Gayle Lun:
dock. and Debbie Teare.
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Reiswig, J, Garis, D. Peterson, C. Groves.
John sets the ball up For a good kick.
BACK ROW: S. johnson, T. Bedient, W. Mclntyre, I. Bortnem, R. Reitan, C. Mosher, D. Down. SECOND ROW L Mitchell F
Cary, D. l-leltibridle, D. Hermann, I. Zylcan, S. Sorensen, C. Vanderbush, Coach Goodsell. FRONT ROW C Stair I Johnson B
Central . . .
Friends . . .
Midwest . . .
Midwest . . .
Chuck Stair, wing, charges onward with the ball,
joe "Monster Man" Garis, forward, spars for the ball with two
Jerry johnson, wing: a fighter on the field.
Eagle Steve Sorensen, forward, heads ball in for a goal
Teaming up with Doug Peterson, Chuck Groves, halfback, heads
in the ball.
Terry Beclient, fullback, kicks high for distance downfield,
Grabbing the ball, jerry Zykan, goalie, fulfills his duty.
Coach Coodsell catches his breath during a strategic play
The boys on the bench shiver and watch
Pre-season Tournament at McPherson
Central 85 ..,.... M.W.C. 51
St. Johns 98 . . . . , M.W.C. 71
Central 69 . . . . . M.W.C. 44
Cloud County 106 . , . . . M.W.C. 61
Alumni 67 .. . . . M.W.C. 69
Friends 62. . . . . . M.W.C. 79
Midwest 48 ... .. M.W.C. 55
Hesston 90 . . . . , M.W.C. 78
Midwest 39 ... ,. M.W.C. 66
Central 88 ... .. M.W.C. 59
Friends 73 . , . . . M.W.C. 78
BASKETBALL TEAM: BACK ROW: Coach V. Goodsell, D. Peterson, G. Howard, I. Zykan, T. Hauser, W. McIntyre, F. Gary, Stu-
dent Managers, L. Pettigrew, J. Garis, FRONT ROW: C. Groves, S. johnson, D. Sigmund.
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Steve Johnson, forward. Frank Gary, forward, Don Sigmund, guard. Chuck Coves, guard.
Wes Mclntyre, center.
Glen Howard, guard.
Terry Hauser, forward. Doug Peterson, gu
The team gets a few hints frm Coach Goodsell.
The bench watches on with anxiety
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On Friday afternoon, Sept. 2.6, a group of twen-
ty-six girls invaded the Central, McPherson
Campus, for a time of fun and fellowship. Soft-
ball, volleyball, and badminton were played in
competition. Miltonvale did well, taking first
place in softball, badminton doubles, and in one
out of two volleyball matches. All the girls, on
both teams, enjoyed themselves fully, and had a
great time of fellowship following the games.
Fellowship is a must for good sportsmanship!
"Come on girls, let's have some teamworklf'
The girls form a pyramid, surrounded by girls doing the splits.
Marge tops off a standing pyramid, while accompanied by
girls doing back bends.
A Combination of headstands and cheststands is done by some tal-
A series of forward rolls and backrolls, is done by the majori-
ty of the class.
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2700 members and 74 churches
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Educatzon at MWC
Ronald R. Brannon Dist. Supt.
Wayne E. Caldwell Asst. D. S.
Iorren D, Elliott Treasurer
Rev. Dale W. Campbell Secretary
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Dzstrzct Grounds at Mzltonvnle, Kansas
F. C. HILL MEMORIAL
M iltonvulc XVcsleyan College
Rev. and Mrs, Dale Campbell, pastor
If you are looking for a church home, come, we
can help you. If you are looking for church work,
ETHANY CHAPEL WESLEYAN Come, you Can help us-
T CLAY CENTER WESLEYAN
Clay Center, Kansas
Lowell I. Cilger, Pastor
HONWARD MILTONVALEH h Sl C
Clay Center, Kansas
E. K. Purcell- Pastor
DAKOTA DISTRICT OFFICERS
Rev. John Hunter, Superintendent, Rev. IP. Simpson, Pres. of Philippine Mis-
sions, Rev. Earl Olson, Treasurer, Rev. Darrell Wagner, Secretary, Rev. O.D.
Watson, Assistant Superintendent.
DAKOTA DISTRICT OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH
North 8: South Dakota, Montana SL Wyoming
Stands solidly behind
Our Christian Schools
NEBRASKA DISTRICT OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH
District Board of Administration
Rev. Duane Lauber, Asst. Supt.
Rev. Lloyd I. Phipps, Secy.
Neil Lancaster, Treas.
Rev. Charley A. Phipps
Rev. Eldred E. Cummings
Rev. David L. Fowler
Rev. Richard E. Long
"Congratulations to the Seniors of "7O"
FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
The Pastor and People of First Wesleyan,
at Rapid City, South Dakota, congratulate
Miltonvale Wesleyan on the work you are
doing. We assure you of our support in
BECKMAN MEMORIAL CHURCH
PRAIRIE CITY, S.D.
Pastor - Rev. Dale Van Meter
Sixteenth and Cedar Streets
"The Church with a Friendly Welcomeu
Rev. Dick Mason, pastor
Rev. Duane C. Seitz, Pastor
THE WESLEYAN CHURCH
REV. C. R. HOERNER,
BACKINC M.W.C. WITH
FINANCES AND STUDENTS
Zumbra Falls, Minnesota
A Healthy Church in a Healthy
Pastor David D. Howell
Supports Miltonvale Wesleyan College with
Students and Satisfied Alumni
A new pioneer district with a
challenge for youth willing to
venture and trust God!
4 A great area - 267,000 square miles
A great challenge - 14 million population
90 cities over 10,000 without a
" A great need - Ministers, Teachers
3' A GREAT GOD - "Is there anything
too hard for thee?"
joe C. Sawyer, District Superintendent
1013 Maxey Road
Houston, Texas 77015
FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
1700 South Market
C. W. Dunbar, minister
We support Christian Education with
our prayers, students, and finance.
THE GAGE PARK WESLEYAN
corner of Eighth and Oakley
"A GROWING CHURCH POR
IN THE CAPITAL CITY"
Supporting our school at Miltonvale
for over a quarter of a century.
Rev. Francis W. Hubbard, Pastor
"The friendly Church on the corner"
Third and Church Streets
Supporting M.W.C. - With our:
"THE TRI-STATE DISTRICT IS PROUD OP
OUR YOUTH AT M. W. C. "
The Colorado District of the Wesleyan Church
Rev. Marvin L. Johnson, Pastor
"Ministering to the Hearts of Men . . .
. . . in the Heart of Vacation Land . . .
Rev. James W. Slye, Pastor
"Where Visitors Are Always Welcome!"
Loyalton, So. Dak.
with . ..
Students, Finances, and Prayers
R. J. Sausoman, Pastor
Laboring For -
CHRIST AND HIS KINGDOM
Therefore We Support
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION at
MILTONVALE WESLEYAN COLLEGE
Rev. St Mrs. Wm. A. Smith: Pastors
1720 N. 46th St.
Kansas City, Kansas
We invite you to visit our churcn
when you are in Kansas City.
We are standing back of Milton-
vale College 1O0'ZJ.
Harold B. Hotchkiss, Pastor
TRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH
So. Main and Orchard Dr.
Cedar Falls, Iowa, 50613
MILTONVALE COLLEGE . . . WE SALUTE YOU . . .
AND SUPPORT YOU!
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Waite Park Wesleyan Church
33rd and Lincoln, N.E.-Mps., Minn.
Franklin W. Hauser, Minister
VISIT US ANYTIME
A CHURCH FOR ALL SEASONS!
OF THE WESLEYAN
Serving the states of Iowa and Minnesota
The Iowa District supports
Miltonvale Wesleyan College
Donald D. Calhoun, District Superintendent
Albert R. Eookes, Assistant District
Robert A. Howlett, Secretary
Jerome Vonderheide, Treasurer
Office: Box 485, Charles City, Iowa 50616
"California Wesleyans believe in Christian
Youth is our greatest asset."
CALIFORNIA DISTRICT OF
CRANE - COMMUNITY - CEDAR GROVE WESLEYAN
A GROWING CHURCH - IN
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MAINTAINING THE FAMILY
21 miles northwest of Alva, Oklahoma
A big "Country Welcome" awaits you at this
SALU-I-ES MILTONVALE WESLEYAN friendly church in the Oklahoma hills. "I will lift
OLLEGE up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh
C my help."
PASTOR - Joe H. Matt
Pastor - Rev. Glen McMurphy
ASSISTANT PASTOR t
as MINISTER OF YOUTH Sumy,i,f,'T2'51j1EfggQ,31nde"''
- Dave Matt Assistant 5.5. Superintendent -
Mr. Errol Hada
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Proclaiming the Holiness Message in
.,S. . 1 - A 1 rural North Dakota for over 45 years.
Rev. 82 Mrs. Wetmore '- P3StOI'
Rev. and Mrs. Ira G. Gross
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Babcock, Janet, 2616 15th Ave., Greeley, Colorado 80631
Bandy, Ronald, 2421-41st Street, Sioux City, Iowa 51108
Banks, Sandra, Box 151, Crosby, Minnesota 56441
Baughmann, Kathleen, R. R. 1, Bancroft, Wisconsin 54921
Baxter, Martha, R. R. 2, Green, Kansas 67447
Bedient, Terry, Box 136, Darby, Montana 59829
Beets, Berry, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Benfield, Sandra, 429 Walnut Street, Sullivan, Missouri 63080
Berg, Rosemary, 3434 68th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50322
Berk, Linda, 1465 West Avenue, Zumbrota, Minnesota 55992
Bley, Lynetta, R. R. 2, Wauneta, Nebraska 69045
Bortnem, James, 727 3rd Street, Brookings, South Dakota
Brannon, Rhonda, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Brannon, Rosalee, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Broden, Philip, R.R. 2, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Brown, Cynthia, 3289 Marshall, St. Louis, Missouri 63114
Brown, Dennis, R. 2 Box 200, Hamilton, Montana 59840
Brown, Marilyn, Box 8, Paradise, Kansas 67658
Buchholz, Linda, R.R. 3, Hitchcock, South Dakota 57348
Bybee, Harvey, 4795 S. Galapago, Englewood, Colorado 80110
Bybee, Ierry, 4795 S. Galapago, Englewood, Colorado 80110
Bybee, Tom, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Carlson, Marlene, 2043 West I.aZelle, Sturgis, South Dakota
Christman, Gerald, Box 410, Redfield, South Dakota 57469
Clark, Sharon, 3406 42nd Street, Sioux City, lowa 51108
Cline, Joel, 536 N.E. 96, Portland, Oregan 97220
Collins, Rodney, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Cummings, Steve, 1219 Dearney, Manhatten, Kansas 66502
Cunningham, Marlene, Box 14, Eskridge, Kansas 66423
Daake, Donald, R.R. 4, Charles City, lowa 50616
DeBruin, Barry, R.R. 2, Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577
Denison, Daniel, Box 215, Eli, Nebraska 69213
Dittmeyer, Carol, 518 S. 13th, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Dow, James, Rt. 1, Red Cloud, Nebraska 68970
Dovsm, David, 912 Second Street, Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913
Elsberry, julia, 109 Mechanic Street, Fayette, Iowa 52142
Engle, Mike, R.R. 3, Abilene, Kansas 67410
Engle, Saundra, R.R. 3, Abilene, Kansas 67410
Farra, Mary, R.R. 1, LaValle, Wisconsin 53941
Fillmore, Robert, 1039 Oregon, Waterloo, Iowa 50702
Fletcher, Diana, 2326 Sunset Lane, Greeley, Colorado 80631
Fowlkes, Iames, 1307 Maplewood, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Fowlkes, Susan, 311 Independence, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Fredrickson, Nancy, 3923 E. Funston, Wichita, Kansas 67218
Fuller, Ken jay, R.R. 2, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Garis, Joe, 611 W. Frantz, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Gary, Frank, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Gaub, Leona, C.B.R. Glendive, Montana 59330
George, Angela, Hancock, Wisconsin 54943
Gleason, Norabelle, 1816 "O" Street, Belleville, Kansas 66935
Glinn, Carolyn, 8307 E. 57th Street, Kansas City, Missouri
Glinn, Catherine, 8307 E. 57th Street, Kansas City, Missouri
Goodsell, Marilyn, 334 N. Euclid, Pierre, South Dakota 57740
Green, Victor, Allen, Nebraska 68710
Grosenbach, Melva, P.O. Box 168, Gordon, Nebraska 69343
Groves, Charles, 818 West Market, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Gruetzmacher, jackie, R.R., Hazelton, Iowa 50641
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Hartel, Pat, Watford City, North Dakota 58854
Hatfield, Glenda, R. 1, Box 27, Esbon, Kansas 66941
Hauck, Guy, R. 1, Ada, Kansas 67414
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Heck, Betty Sue, 1523 Roach, Salina, Kansas 67401
Hedlund, Vicki, R.R. 2, Box 71, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361
Hehn, Lynette, 112 Tahoe, Missoula, Montana 59801
Heltibridle, Donald, 48 Highland, Deadwood, South Dakota
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Hite, Brenda, Little Pine R., Atkin, Minnesota 56431
Hodge, Sharon, 925 E. 25th Street Court, Des Moines, Iowa
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Holsing, Marva, Loyalton, South Dakota 57459
Holsing, Terry, Loyalton, South Dakota 57459
Howard, Elaine, Orchard, Nebraska 68764
Howard, Glenn, 2403 Hauser, Helena, Montana 59601
Howard, Phyllis, Orchard, Nebraska 68764
Howlett, Robert, 2626 Maple, Des Moines, Iowa 56317
Huff, Barb, 705 1st S.W., Austin, Minnesota 55912
Huff, Glendah, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Hughes, Stanley, R.R. 1, Box 14, Aurora, Kansas 67417
Huston, Richard, 1938 N. 44th Street, Kansas City, Kansas
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Hutchison, Laura, Box 149, Irvington, Illinois
Iman, Joh, Glade, Kansas 67639
Isaacson, George, R. 2, Eleva, Wisconsin 57438
Janssen, Robert, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
johnson, Ierry, 4421 S. Handley, Wichita, Kansas 67217
Iohnson, Marvin, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Johnson, Steve, R.R., Corsica, South Dakota 57328
Johnston, Deborah, 208 E. Custer, Rapid City, South Dakota
Jordan, Jim, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
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Kamphaus, Judy, R.R. 1, Idana, Kansas 67459
Kincade, Patti, R. 2, Box 11, Terry, Montana 59349
Klamm, Resa, Watford City, North Dakota 58854
Klatt, Steve, 214 N. Catalina, Los Angeles, California 9004
Klauzer, Debby, Box 704, Terry, Montana 59349
Knapp, Leanne, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Kottas, Bill, Greece, Thessalonika
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Lange, Paula, Box 294, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
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Marshall, Daniel, 2214 Lafayette, Sioux City, Iowa 51104
Marshall, Margery, 2214 Lafayette, Sioux City, Iowa 51104
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Masling, Charles, 5931 Belcrest, Houston, Texas 77033
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McIntyre, Wesley, 3620 Custer, Billings, Montana 59102
McNaney, Donald, 807 Washington, Terry, Montana 59349
Meidinger, Marilyn, R.R., Fallon, Montana 59326
Mikkelson, Andrea, Miltonvale, Kansas
Miller, Debbie, 1107 W. Cherokee, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Miller, Harvey, 5503 W. Center, Denver, Colorado 80219
Mitchell, Larry, 4619 S. Fox, Englewood, Colorado 80110
Moore, Darwin, 106 Berlin, Waterloo, Iowa 50701
Mosher, David, 718 E.11th, Concordia, Kansas 66901
Murray, Darrill, 1653 Holt, Kansas City, Kansas 66102
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Nass, Anita, Plainview, Minnesota 55964
Norgaard, Mark, 2219 4th Street, Clay Center, Kansas 67432
Norris, Beverly, R.R., Gaylord, Kansas 67638
Olmsted, David, R. 7, Huntington, Indiana 46750
Ostrander, Richard, 1615 Jim Bridger, Casper, Wyoming 82601
Pederson, Jens, R.R. 1, Moville, Iowa 51039
Perry, Jim, 534 South Vine, West Union, Iowa 52175
Peterson, Doug, 1602 West 6th, North Platte, Nebraska 69107
Peterson, Jim, R. 1, Williston, North Dakota 58801
Peterson, Karen, P.O. Box 331, Ipswich, South Dakota 57451
Pettigrew, Larry, 3015 Morningview, Rapid City, South Dako-
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Rapp, Beverly, R.R. 1, Fulton, South Dakota 57340
Reiswig, Barry, R.R. 2, Box 90, Austin, Minnesota 55912
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Reynolds, Patricia, R, 2, Booker, Texas 79005
Riker, Jeannine, 624 W. 8th, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Riker, Lowell, 624 W. 8th, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Robbins, Paul, 114 N, Clark, Salina, Kansas 67401
Rothfuss, Marcia, 920 N. Birch, Ottawa, Kansas 66067
Rumbaugh, Larry, 303 N. Webster, Junction City, Kansas
Russell, Gary, Harlowton, Montana 59036
Schmitt, Dean, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Schmitt, Laureen, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Schrecengost, Sam, Patchin Road, Boston, New York 10425
Seal, Donna, 1226 S. Jefferson, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Shelley, Steve, Nye, Montana 59061
Shelton, Edward, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Shook, Bonnie, Box 594, Conner, Montana 59827
Short, Pat, 11350 Van Cleve, Overland, Missouri 63114
Sickmeier, Ronald, 3236 Highwood Drive, Indianapolis, Indi-
Sigmund, Donald, R. 2, Mount Vernon, South Dakota 57363
Sigmund, Judy, Mount Vernon, South Dakota 57363
Sleichter, Steve, 1601 N. Buckeye, Abilene, Kansas 67410
Sorenson, Steve, R.R. 2, Mason City, Iowa 50401
Spicer, Linda, R.R. 5, Hiawatha, Kansas 66343
Stair, Chuck, 1231 E. Randolph, Enid, Oklahoma 73701
Stokes, Lois, 511 3rd Street S.W,, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 54204
Stone, Kenneth, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Stuve, Wendy, R.R. 3, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 54494
Teare, Debbie, 348 Butler Ave., Waterloo, Iowa 50703
Titus, Rosie, 2916-4th Ave. W., Seattle, Washington 98119
Tjaden, Gary, 406 N. Sullivan Ave. Nora Springs, Iowa 50458
Tripp, Alan, 20 Water Street, Rice Lake, Wisconsin 54868
Usherwood, Kathleen, Box 21A, Emily, Minnesota 56447
Van Briggle, Annette, 305 N. Spruce, Gordon, Nebraska 69343
Vanderbush, Clifford, R.R. 1, Bushnell, South Dakota 57011
Van Maanen, Lora, R. 5, Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577
Walker, Jerry, 1701 Van Dyke Street, Appleton, Wisconsin
Weicht, Pamela, R. 2, Hancock, Wisconsin 54943
Wiggins, Marilyn 933 N. Birch, Ottawa, Kansas 66067
Williams, Gloria, 1612 Trio Lane, Ponca City, Oklahoma 74601
Woelhof, Paul, Miltonvale, Kansas 67466
Zykan, Jerry, 4117 Edmundson, St. Louis, Missouri 63134
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