Moody Bible Institute - Arch Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1979

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hr pe L ff' - 1 V . V uf , 1 1 i 4 Q wi' V f' ' up s , N, - - ' F 9 f f '1 ' ' ,g g' - . .0 1' V ' 4 1- ' W- of E -. X ' " ' -'H-ef X " , ,- -.. -' f' ' 'ftk.,tk .Q ' f "v 4' . , , "' 'J x 5, 5 S V ..-f-1 ' , - - J A fi-fwggzd ,. N. ' f b dr' --I The Married Students Fellowship committee plans and discusses upcoming social events. ,UQ 'so ,X l.,. is - i, ,LY .:.'g:-Y.,,i.- , N i . Meeting together for a potluck dinner is a unique opportunity for married students and their mates to fellowship with others "But I still d0n't get il." 5 1 if P E, i S S l Q f X "Yeah, my name is Butch Legg. Cant you read the name tag? We We know what love is- it's a commitment to each other. I will, I do, We two. Not temporal or shifting, but lasting, permanent, growing, stretching. I will, I do, We two. School, hope, sacrifice- it's a commitment to our Lord. I will, I do, We two. Satisfaction, fulfillment, building, reaching . . . TOGETHER I will, I do, We two. Two Married Students Fellowship Together "Bat 'lefty' and catch 'Iefty'. All righty?" V XM N V K 4 gf' ,LM :-'L' 5 Tl' A Marriage is too a picnic! f,3' i 'Ni Cf. .""V ,. -4,,N.nl-H" Alt X' .Sw f "How 'bout that. They did like my potato saIad!" Lunch? Applause, Applause! And now, a bit of relaxation. wx MU: lt's More Than Missions Missions involves so much more than organizations, activities, and statistics. The heart of missions, as with the heart of God, is a reaching out in love. Every aspect of missions- evangelism, edification, church planting-is tempered with love. This past year, the Student Missionary Union sought to emphasize the personal side of missions, focusing on the people of God, and the people He called them to love. ln the first semester, we focused on people as the objects of God's love, the second semester, as the instruments of Gods love. Prayer and practical involvement were stressed throughout the year. An SMU brochure was distributed which described the organization and some of its activities. Speakers in the Missions Conference, chapels, and Friday Night Challenges concen- trated onthe year's theme. A two-fold project - Cabrini-Greene, Uptown-was selected in which students could support local cross- cultural ministries right here in Chicago. Students could pray, give money, visit, or even request it as a PCW. Prayer Focuses continued faithfully praying throughout the year for world needs. Yes, MU has had a good year. WE km 1 Q ' 'K Christmas caroling MU style 100 ' u HV' 'ffl .QQ 4, i is i .T. 2 I 'X xii -"' -Q-1 -,...,, SL" X 4, . . 4 1- 5 15 . . i 23 5 x A N w Si six wx c -Q X x r ' sr T s is X C . . e 3221 1 .F , . ,K fps .X-.Q N- 1 Maha ,',w- .v-V.. . "I'm not going to beg for money, but if you don't give . . . " LEFT: Bruce Nelson representing the Cabrini-Greene project. ABOVE LEFT-MU Exec. jleft to rightj: Terry Owen, Vice-Presidentg Jim Sisi, Treasurer, Mike Combs, President, Teresa Lauffer, Recording Secretary, Becky McCauley, Secretary to Prayer Focus Chairman, Bob Brennan, Prayer Focus Chairman, Julie Westerman, Corresponding Secretary, Lynn Helgeson, Secretary to Vice-President: Elizabeth Soucie, Secretary to Treasurer. ABOVE: Dr. Rascher explains the plight of the American indian to Mike Combs while jRlGHTl Charlie French, Uptown project, elaborates on the subject to a chapel audience. I 'T- Frank O'NeaI: student, gospel magician, singer Friday Night Challenge speaker I 'n .ll i'!epQ,QPqf K wh" , i 1 ' ,dv w. v 45 ' ,49- StuCo Captures Pa rticipation 'QM'- SN I v' I I voted yes on Proposition 13. ,Cr Qt., StuCo study br eak-good friends, good food Stuff 'ri Ross: dynamic duo! .j,44,,4,,99.,,.. . 1' . .6354 iff? ,y""' .iji"' , .sms N ' "'- lffwlfil M., ..., if Raise your hand if you want mushrooms on your pizza. Lf. lil . sf. k.,,,. - i'1'i ' . av- us: .fe r .I A ' f 39 J -sw Q 'Q fifa:iEQ.i ' K4 .1 . ' 'H , A 3 . ' ,311 1 A gl' E' , - 3.3.-.i.L ' ' -,gg ,f s.,,,...g. 5 ff .lg .ii Q ' , 5.2: 1 '- je' . .-:aj .. , . , V 1'-1 -f- gi gc .i .. s . ., .-:NW -, . 3' ,- ' f.'.'2: N. ' :if T 1' .i T "LF-ii 'Nm 5' 1" -:Z ,Z ., .., N- v 'iles ' A Y n ' . c Y "ZZ 1 'S E 'fl' - ,- if .1-'52, :,. 4: I-'Ni Q 5 :U . an ., 5051- ' ' :ff ' ' , ,V - 2 - .'g.- - . 1, Q 1. i i -mwisaw i ' , Y is rj. it gi 4 4 ' But Jane, equal rights is not the issue. autumn. Moderation in the rules. Sound good? Providing the link between the student body and the administration is the function of STUCO. This includes the discussion and possible revision of some of the rules and regulations here at Moody. Areas such as PCW Department, Registration, Food Service, the hair code and the cut system were tackled by STUCO under the leadership of Bill Mitchell. "Learning the principles behindthe rules, not justthe rules" was what Bill considered an important objective for the year. ln addition, STUCO provided activities to help alleviate the pressures of studies. After all, who didn 't feel like the contents of a pressure cooker at one time or another this past year? Study breaks, film nights, and Blowouts helped to give us all a little more breathing room. Seminars on marriage, feminine perspectives, and special chapels are just a few of the ideas STUCO used to help students relax, enjoy each other, and grow together. 1978-79 StuCo Exec.-BOTTOM: Mike Stufflebeam, Men's Representative, Bill Mitchell, President, Terry Dority, Parliamentariang Steve Floss, Vice-President. MIDDLE: Jane Gartner, Women's Representative, Julie Carlen, Correspond- ing Secretary, Tami Weidlich, Recording Secretary. TOP: Marie Scheidell, Treasurer. 4 'T s. 5- ,...z- ff- vi' 1, -. 'V' . , ' s tr, '- 'bi .at X- 3 The "J" stroke . . . almost Simon says, "Hug your Big Sis." I did look for ways to show love, to love as He loved. And He put a child on my knee, a filthy, matted bunch of wiggles, a striking combination of curious eyes, unrestrained laughter, and hollow emptiness. All He said to me was, "Love" But I said, "How, Lord? How, when I know nothing of poverty or gang wars or food stamps? How when I have known nothing but sheltered, middle class USA all my life?" "That's all you've ever known?" replied He. Feeling rather humbled, I groped for an appropriate response. I found none. Suddenly, a vivid image came to mind. I saw Jesus. And there, amidst the opposition of shel- tered, middle class Jews, was Jesus, cuddling children on His lap. Filthy? Those children proba- bly were. Wiggling? Without question. Loved? More than they ever knew. An impatient tug brought me out of my pensive mood. "C'monl That ice cream place is gonna close if we don't get there quick!" 2 2 t 1 i 2 I I, , ,,,,,..,,...-W. quam-.- Q lltiil i S. ' leg xx .1 1- XQ B "" FLEA l JJ' We fooled ya. There was no penny. Sister and Brother I Love You 1? X .'., Vs...-ag. ,Y 5 152' Xpi E H96-'A K ' 7535 "' -e ' W Ao.. ' 1 ' . A Q bfgsfl 5 .. if- -eff , g Way to go, Faygo. ' He h vy but he's still my brother! W ht p k p infinity. A space so vast that it fills my mind and spills over the edges, I "I incomprehensible. And l'm just a face in a city of seven million in a world of several billion . . 'en la y ll ll ' H ' I .ua I I IEIHEDEIHIQST ?al1n1,um::.r1.m11 llliglllll-, 2 f Eilllillll pnlllllun l'.lllllIlll r I V lf' "1 , small and unimportant mm. " my wr .fl g " 4- A 1' nr 1 -.Q "nic-I ,,, . wi' ,gy :guy-MQW ,wwf N' 1 'Wifi - w 'fwfr' i qw. Y 9 wi ' ' uf '3 ,tb- J'---ze, -v"-N+4 A A kg: , , Jimi LWHHIIW '4' ' nun M ' SQ I 9 'i4i'iY4w"Sf 'M' -QL X ur 'EEN' Impressions Of a babe in a manger Who lived as a stranger Amidst great confusion and strife. Of the babe, now a man Writing words in the sand And saving a poor woman's life. Impressions Of this man teaching brothers Along with some others- "My group of disciples," he said. Of telling great stories And wise allegories. At criminals' homes breaking bread. Impressions Of this man in a palace And men filled with malice As mocking and hate fill the air. Of lies and great shouting, Ot Governors doubting And seemingly no one to care. Impressions Of a cross on a hill And this man, loving still, As He quietly prays, "God Forgive' Of this man in a tomb, ln men's hearts, no more room For the King that they would not let live v Impressions Of a stone rolled away, Of a much brighter day- A mixture of shock and delight. Of His "group" and locked doors With their teacher once more ln a meeting that lasted all night. Impressions Of this man who'lI return- A day for which we yearn. Perfection and freedom He'll bring! Of watching and waiting, His love still relating. Impressions of Jesus the King. Founders Week 1979 Erwin Lutzer. The problem of unanswered prayer. Dr. Ross Fthoads, one of 13 speakers of the 1979 Founder's Week Conference, began his morn- ing message by quoting Dwight L. Moody: "lf I could live my entire life once again, I would spend it preaching to Christians. For when Christians live right, sinners will automatically be saved." "This week has been the fulfillment of his wish," Dr. Flhoads concluded. "For God's people certainly have been fed." And so they were. Addressing the confer- 9, . snuff' ' 1 ' 5:5 ence theme, "Unto thy Name give glory," noted Bible teachers and evangelists taught, challenged and inspired Christian audiences at Founder's Week 1979. The Christian glorifies God by displaying a changed life before a skeptical but searching world, the speakers declared. "Americans are weary of words, but they are hungry for reality." said Dr. Howard Hendricks. Night after night differ- ent messengers called listeners to a renewed commitment to the service of the Lord Jesus Christ and an uncompromising Christian lifestyle. With wit and wisdom, Dr. Vance Havner exhorted audiences to fervent faith. Dr. Stephen Olford described the glory of the cross and the glory of the crown. "Through the cross there is power to face the world with victory," Dr. Olford declared. When Christ returns as king to reign on earth, "we shall share in His exhaltation. . .we shall share in His name . . . we shall share His coronation," Dr. Olford noted. George Verwer gave an impas- as----.1 An annual favorite with a favorite delivery -Warren Wiersbe sioned call for greater involvement and intercession in world evan- gelism. Evangelist Luis Palau chal- lenged the Christian to effective 75. D Last minute details for song leader Tim Ostrander. spiritual warfare, to be achieved by holy living, Spirit filling and decisive evangelism. Bible exposition dominated the five morning sessions led by Dr. Robert Cook and Dr. Hendricks. So intense and detailed was the Bible teaching that Dr. Hendricks finished only the first two chapters in the five-day study of James. Dr. John MacArthur, who outlined the Chris- f!"Q l Yours truly, Vance Havner tian pattern of living that most glorifies God, taught from only one chapter, Hebrews 13, in his three- day study. Founder's Week was a time of new beginnings as well, as many trusted Jesus Christ as Savior. Hundreds responded to the special invitation given Friday night at nearby Medinah Temple. Joni Eareckson, seated in a wheelchair before the speaker's podium, praised God for His love and direction in her life after a diving accident left her paralyzed from the Men with a song: Dr. George Sweeting, Mr Donald Hescott, Dr. Alfred Martin. 'g5..40' "And they said I'd never rnake money in Public Relations." Flobert Cook. What more could you ask at 9:00 AM? neck down. Her radiant smile proclaimed the love and sincere trust she has in God, and the overflow crowd of 6,000 was moved by her testimony of faith. "Wisdom is not getting the answers to all your questions or "How in the world are ya!?" WWW -,ax .xh In action getting the blueprint for your life," Joni said. "Job-like wisdom is trusting God even when you don't know the answers." Media declares the glory of God. Leaders of the Moody Institute of Science recounted Sermons From Science films and live demon- strations that have presented the Gospel to five million people during the past 30 years. Song proclaimed the glory of God as the three Moody Choirs and the Concert Band combined in a Festival of Praise .I . M ' li. 1- A ...ww . .lx F41- Howard Hendricks: Master of the anecdote. y,,.l"' ' ' ' i l 4 c,, ff. ' Autograph parties-a daily highlight at the bookstore Q I Dr. Stephen Olfordz a preacher's preacher during the final session. Founder's Week 1979 remind- ed audiences that God desires and deserves honor. "The ultimate purpose for existence of every creature is the glory of God . . . All On the Rhoad to a better understanding ol Philippians 2 of God's creation gives Him glory,'l Dr. MacArthur said. At Founder's Week 1979, speakers, choirs, soloists and listeners together glorified God. 'Q li. 7 f I Q A ...., ..L.,,,,,,.,4-4 r l ,Q A new voice to Founder's Week. Dr. Floss Fthoads Use ,gg is - w.,,,f.,t f f Dr. John MacArthur continues his series on glorifving God. i S R vx x K Q l "And thirdly . . . " If Saturday morning brought us Dr. Christopher Lyons all the way from Wheaton Bible Church. V. on Q Y A call to missions, alumnus George Verwer They came on buses, they waited for hours, they stood in aisles and sat on stairs-by the thousands. And, Joni Eareckson helped some "place their feet on higher ground." U' The weapons of holiness by Dr. Luis Palau I Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Moody Institute of Science, Dean Ortner energizes his body with I,000,000 volts. N Luis Palau wraps it up on the final session and says good-bye. Focusing on Majors OR Plain Ole Fun, Clubs Provide Outlet In a round table discussion, DIA board members Don Brubaker, Joy Lanman, John Thurber, Maureen Donahue, Pat Friedline, and Marlis Kessler wonder where their adviser, Dr. Werner Graendorf could be. When classes are over, homework completed ter . . . almostj the members of seven campus clubs meet together for regular meetings and activities. Perhaps the largest of these, the Pre-Aviation club, is organized to keep Pre-Av majors in touch with the facilities in Elizabethton, Tenn. Like the Pre-Av club, the Pulpit club meets weekly to support other organizations and discuss the different aspects of a pastor's life. Interestingly enough, senior Peter Barton holds the distinction of being in charge of two clubs: the International Club, established to enable American students to become acquainted with the various cultures and customs within the student body, and the Fencing club, where students compete with various fencing weapons. The Epic club, comprised pirmarily of Communications majors, meets monthly to keep up with the current trends in the communications field. Married students are also involved in a group called the "Married Students Fellowship." Finally, the Christian Education Student Extension group exists as a resource center for C.E. majors. Whatever your interest, we've got a club for it! x 12? . itil if ' t, . ,ff Q... - at ,. e-iii! - If A A 7 .fx f' ' 1" A2 ir-9 la , A.. I O Epic Club President Monte Larrlck introduces the guest speaker. Two fencers point out their sharp skills in fencing. QLEFU 'D'-'ew av QW' L, , .z, R Uv Listening to an interesting Epic speaker no doubt M.B.I. 1, A, t Those Pre Av majors always stalling for time MX-205. i .-' .- Refreshments after the monthly Pre-Av meeting provide fuel for growling tummies. "Chicago, I 'm here, " I yell to the sky 7 .V . i . e' :f11QI!f"V'1 sawn-wswwrfff - it f Y 'fy Sharon Long, Editor-in-Chief Gary McClenthen, Business Manager Editor-in-Chief ..... ........ S haron Long Associate Editor ,.... ................ G ub Balazs Business Manager ..... ....... G ary McClenthen News Editor ............ ........... S ue Wuchter Feature Editor ...,....... .......................,.... J im Vincent Photography Editor ...... ................................. Fl on Cash Photographers ........ .... B ruce Baker, Mike McDowell Art Editor .................., ....... Phil Martin, Warren Prindle Contributing Writers ................,. Mardi Afman, Jon Gauger, Joanie Gerali, Ron Hoffman, Julie Kiemle, Paul Santhouse, Donna Schultz, Mary Szydak Faculty Advisor ......................................... ....... M r. Oldham KU' ANP X Q gy W-f+"' 4,..f-'- 'xN0"L ,. .W W' ' 'f Q, X.. vU,:wNx Viva .. '14 ,. ,. A. .- - xv.. xsgggpc Gub Balazs, Associate Editor l l E l , fg Moody Student Presses On Some say Gino's was the place to be on a Friday night in Chicago, but editors of the Moody Student knew better. Without fail every other Friday night five near-crazy people were found in their third-floor North Hall office frantically trying to piece together another issue of the Moody Student. lt didn't take long for these aspiring journalists to learn the tricks of the trade. By the third issue each editor was beginning to understand the techniques for working around confusing printers and pressing F A deadlines. At Christmas the staff had C l . SK fe, perfected its skills enough to produce -.-.1 R ...-.-Ns an eight-page issue, instead of the usual four. As regular as the 12:30 line-up outside the cafeteria doors, twice a month issues rolled off the press covering anything from the history of the tunnels to a recap of the blizzard of '79. I 'is . 21, ABOVE: Jim Vincent, Feature Editor LEFT: Sue Wuchter, News Editor ABOVE LEFT fleft to rightl: Bruce Wilcox, Ron Cash, Sue Wuchter, Sharon Long, Julie Kiemle, Mary Syzdak, Mardi Afrnan, Gub Balazs, Phil Martin, Jim Vincent, Gary McClenthen. ARCH STAFF4Front Row- Bruce Wilcox, Paul Matovich, Mary Syzdak, Susan Bennett, Melissa Cochran. Back Flow: Art Henry, Robin Bailey, Sue Olson Holly Diette-rick. Dawn Orner, N, T 4' 3 , in asblflw difn-'L M aiu! - T ... .-QTY Melodee Copeland, Layout Editor Arthur Ed Lowe, Darkroom Technician Mark Barnard, Business Manager ARCH Staff Makes Impressions Arch Staff? Sounds like a foot care product from Dr. Scholl's. And heaven only knows that after a year of picture shooting and alphabetizing iand alphabetizingl and writing tand alphabetizingl and meeting deadlines tand alphabetizingt and spending entire evenings in a darkroom, developing negatives iand alphabetiz- ingt, WE COULD USE SOME FOOT POWDER! Ah, but we would be remiss to pass oft the entire year as one big headache. For indeed, there were those brighter moments. Once we were trying to come up with a suitable idea forthe end sheets. . .and wound up fingerpainting. But that's not the real punch line. You see, our Photo- graphy Editor thought our Literary Editor was his art paper. I only wish CFL Phil Smith Photography Editor Jon Gauger, Class Editor Piccasso could have seen the master- piece Phil created. Speaking of brighter moments, our Editor, Lisa Anderson, has a new perspective on the old expression, Uburning the midnight oil." She's a likely candidate for the "Most 'All- Nighters' Pulled Back-To-Back" award. On the serious side, all of us at the ARCH staff are appreciative of the many unique experiences encountered this past year trying to put together what you call a "yearbook" and what we call "our baby." We see Moody in a different light, now. We've met some fine people and had some fun times. lt is with a grateful sense of accomplish- ment, and just a dash of pride, that we present this yearbook for your enjoyment. May it bring to memory only the good times. egg'- 3 .--7 ,..- -qi, . -- -- ,, .- .--ev P' V - ' V XFN. L' " K" l f 4 I V I .f Y , ar-4 , J ., .. Nancy Brumbaugh, Literary Editor Class I l .n Vx X N isa? --H-?s-21-.urls x X E EX if 'Q S QF ,- .4 , . x A . ,Q ex R M. KA I .mwxw N .- J- ,, M X Q. ax. ..u, N-A .,,- cf -'X " 1. 3 X V, 'TK 418 Uv, Q- ,. s -r X, P ffjl ,MSN Q 3 A year of people- with the chance to touch every one. Did l leave impressions deep with love or did I walk alone insignihcantly? 1 is f . K - f . 1 . I l .A i "' N Flvfg "r' f4Q4..M.s4a E V I E 'lull '56 .- .,.r,., ,. thu. J. mv . ' .- ::v'f'Lu 'v , fr, X I 4' 9,71 'l . 5 4. "l therefore entreat you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing forbearance to one another in love . . Ephesians 4: l -2 55 .S Sensor Class Better to Gsve At the begsnnsng of the 1978 79 school year the Sensor class executsve commsttee sent a message and a bag of candy to each Sensor The card read May thss year be one that ss honorsng and glorsfysng to Jesus Chrsst who ss Lord of our lsves The candy has long ssnce been eaten but the words of that message contsnue to echo Bsch Hornok Sensor class pressdent thsnks thesr goals have been achseved Though plagued wsth some degree of apathy our Sensor class as a whole has truly strsved to glorsfy God Bsch belseves that the Sensor class has much to offer to the world At Moody we ve recesved the best Chrsstsan educatson posssble We ve had the best sn teachers sn classes and most smportantly the best sn exemplary testsmonses We need to follow these examples We have taken and taken and taken Now st ss tsme to glve back what we ourselves have recesved To whom much ss gsven much ss requsred I hope we are as successful at gsvsng as we were at recesvsng Cynthsa Adams Bsble Theology Martha Afman Communscatsons Wrstlng Patrscsa Amstutz Chrsstsan Educatson Vosce Davsd Anderson Beth Aubrey Church Musso Chrsstsan Educatson C OFFICERS lleft to rsghtl Ftsch Hornok Pressdent DL Moody former Pressdent Randy Snsder Vsce Pressdent FRONT ROW Sue Rutkowsks Parlsamentarsan Dawn Lombard Ftecordsng Secretary Judy Harbeck Correspondsng Secretary Sharon German Treasurer Terrs Ahlgren Chrsstsan Educatson Julse Aksns Brent Allen Chrsstsan Educatson Pastoral Trasnsng Chnstsan Educatson Carolyn Baker Douglas Baker Bsble Theology Pastoral Trasnsng Chrsstsan Educatson l ' , f f ' 7 5 I . . - . -'Kag- I. .,ff- X 1 . ' Nj :, t Q ' . ' A .. - .. . ' ' s Vw L5 . , Q t T 'K - - s. , Y N, - ss I I . K 1 U Q A ' ' X xt - s , h , , v . V K' , , 4 l - ex J V , , V 4 ' - "' 1 , I U , , . 4 K g I , . . . A . ' . . , . ,, V . g rl . V . A- J". f if I 4 Q 1 . :x ' S . XY' HE.. A it It i , :V K I ,,e. .QR 'Q gil. 5 ,T 1 49 - .51-'L -I 1,2 '. ,gg 5 A - , - i .JAM Y A2 SQ Mark Barnard Frank Baron Timothy Barr Pastoral Training- Pastoral Training- Bible Theology Christian Education Christian Education 5 3, 2' L . - Q..- ' : I-1" iQ "Lt Q .yi ' K A , , K DuRhonda Basket! ChfiS!l8f7 EdUC6!lOl'l 4 . Terry Baxter Evangelism 1 Senior elf gives Santa a hand. Ur . . ,. ' 1-I Margaret Berger Linda Biggs Edward Black Church Music- Bible Theology Pastoral Training- Composition Greek i Karen Barthei Christian Education ,An Brian Bathke Bible Theology Ruth Barthel Bible Theology Katherine Bauer Christian Education li f Mr. Richard Van Dyke and Mr. William Luck, Senior Class advisers, participate in a Senior chapel . . , "T'was the night before Christmas , . Remember A "Q 2, 4? .- ff' 1955, . 1' ' ' V , f 41 Susan Bouman Church Music- Piano Elizabeth Bowman Bible Theology N49 A Halai "I want to win souls for Jesus." 5' A Michael Bullmore Rebecca Campbell Bible Theology Bible Theology Daniel Bradford Pastoral Training- Christian Education Don Brubaker Christian Education Abner Bryan Pastoral Training- Christian Education l 'I19 H Gary Carwell Bible Theology --7 Robert Brennan Foreign Missions Ellen Brubaker Church Music- Piano ' -, JJ: it I Q-5,1 Stephen Buchweitz Pastoral Training- Christian Education Marcia Casement Bible Theology A " t if? A 4 J L f ig ' Lfifg Daniel Brinkmann Evangelism at ,A ' -an 5 , ' . 4 Andrew Brueske Foreign Missions ,gli , 1 I 'L ' 'e.f.i. A Timothy Bulicek Bible Theology 1 77' nl.-I lx- 3? 'l X P . Mary Beth Chalker Bible Theology M .nr X .A V4 l ii Eddie Chaney Pastoral Training- Greek Beri Clingan Church Music- Piano "Don't leavel Assembly is not over yet." i O Pamela Curry Foreign Missions fv- Nfw., - - Peggy Cutler Bible Theology Sharon Cook Bible Theology f .S LZ? 2 in John Davidhizar Bible Theology A- A l Geraldine Chaney American Intercultural 'R Ministries ,az X 5 l i 1 X X Michael Combs Foreign Missions r -S. . A . . ', v Q .ff Q 3 if . il , r- 'Q T B 4. Melodee Copeland Foreign Missions M. Q Q ,- . ""-was .1 -. ,. , -.fs--Y . q .A r lx ..: JP .,:z, kS531::: ..:i 11...:1:.:-1-,ff wr ,RX A-V H"W""x Diane Deal Christian Educationf Music W': . . 3' A ' ' iii . kqhzfy If 'f's?' ' .i b ' If 7 . V 1 . .:-e Steven Chulski Bible Theology ' rw' Wayne Conway Foreign Missions ,K . lr' . 0 .' r 2 '57 - .wb L. I l-ef? ' fl, Kimberly Coven Christian Education Q 5 4 1 Y , Q. 'Q f . 4. .X f h , as 5 Mark DeCou Church Music 1 Voice No one hears. No one cares. l begin to run. skimming over the beach where the sand is wet. The water responds to my presence and spits at my legs, slowly drenching my skin. Finally. I stop. Wiggle my barefeet. The sand crawls between my toes as l turn around to see how far I 've come. 28' 'J T' , s i.. A,-Us .-.....!,-,V , Q - ' ..w..., ,.W'4,fgg " 'gtirif'j'751T'fAL?"fjFf,. -.. '- ff 3:4 9 "A Merry Heart Maketh a Cheerful Countenanceu Harry Deets Bible Theology vi' Lmda Domask Bible Theology l A I, gi' Vickie Ertner Church Music- Orch. instrument Mark Finch Christian Education :M , as , 5 s. 3 1' ' Q, K .: Y.. "3 :'A .. - 1-'. A-Q, M g 3 T fxt ff. v4:y,.,'.' ' ' l' iii? ' K 9 fflgfx Janice DeMott Christian Education l l 2' L, X" Terry Dougherty Pastoral Training- Greek ?-? gi g 1, li' T - L 5 i A t Dean DeVrles Anthony Dickerson Bible Theology Bible Theology . ZQX l8 Jeffrey Dryden Bible Theology Stephanie Diehl Christian Education Douglas Duncan Jeanann Ericson Foreign Missions Christian Education M l Kenneth Faurol Pastoral Training- Greek x lk xr ll 3 'K i fa' x x W K A QL ll Mark Ford Pastoral Training- Greek .,.., XM at S f' , Vanessa Ford Ruth Fricke Foreign Missions American Intercultural ,Y-on N' 'V Bryon Fujii Marilyn Fulford Bible Theology Foreign Missions Ann Gabalec David Gagnon Jane Gartner Bible Theology Bible Theology Bible Theology --ef Sharon German Bible Theology LEFT: Bob and Becky share a hug of brotherly love. ABOVE: "What are friends for?-To lift us up with a smile." Paul Gauger Christian Education A1 Rebecca Graham Charles Green Bible Theology Pastoral Training "Rejoice in the Lord Always" we 7 X .:f-, .Wm ,gp . ,., 5 .- sf Yvonne Griffin Mark Hagan Christian Education Pastoral Training- Greek .,w.7 Judith Harbeck Bible Theology .,-xv. " 'ii 1 L. f: .5 , x . Michael Harvey Lori Hash Douglas Hastings Pastoral Training- Bible Theology Communications- Greek Broadcasting , pwawa:e.g,- Q W ., ' Qiymgv, aw. X- A, i' nf.-A ' -. wt Rx 1 we ,X W' ggel Jisagu. . . -a sv: r Q M . .Lge wish i ---"' ' :.,,'. -.,,oF:X Xara "Praise God for apple dumplings with vanilla sauce!" iw , it K M ' .,iA X is ' Steven Hardy American Intercultural Ministries Laura Hauler Bible Theology Laura Hecht Church Music- Orch. Instrument -av gg.qi, ' rf' ,V.l, I 1,3i,gi:' if V ' "'f3-L32'3Z'?i '-" Robert Heldt Chrisitan Education- Music Beth Harvey Foreign Missions ...- . he Julie Hay Christian Education Robert Heinrichs Bible Theology Lynn Helgeson Foreign Missions 'R Q- ii, W ,N nav A senior ensembIe's rendition of "Row, Row, Row your Boat." V ,C ss ' XX. Fi it T it lic MW! Daniel Hoffman Ronald Hoffman Pastoral Training- Communications- Christian Education Writing , .0 1- ' :- .1 Y i S' 1 I 1 Barbara Hosteland Bonnie Hoyt Bible Theology Church Music- Voice ,Y F 153,165-.,ii' 3.1. ' I ' . . ig . . Sharon James Bible Theology THOYTIES James Bible Theology ii .Sin Andrew Holve Pastoral Training- Greek i .14 ' Steven Hugo Pastoral Training- Christian Education A at 1' :XX I 'YQ X X . AQ Dwain Johnson Bible Theology ,P 1- fl A' if - in s ,Q -u"'4 .y If frln' Peggy Hickman Bible Theology 1 V F N K 1 3 , C 47 li Wendy Hopson Communications- Broadcasting I Eloise Hull Christian Education ,gs iii K ri s J o h nson Pastoral Training - Greek Teresa Hippie Christian Education IP t v F9 . 31,45 w is Richard Hornok Pastoral Training- Greek Kathy Irwin Christian Education .. -Lf' 4 ,iw rx,-e .w --v Pk , 'i 'Z' 3 1 Ayr - rpg. Lois Johnson Christian Education "Come, Eat of My Bread" I I ny' wt YQi"'i. WNYNSYSK QR "Remember the day we had a 240-foot-long submarine sandwich for lunch? With lots of cheese and bologna and salarnn and tomatoes and lettuce . . mmmmm' Mrs. Parker really outdid herself that time." it f ""' .Ji Haifa Khayat Julie Kiemle Kayla King Communications- Communications- Foreign Missions Broadcasting Writing Ted Justice Bible Theology 1' Kathy Karr Foreign Missions as 4 Q 'K if V w .L-w-"f,f . .- tw ' -- ' - .5 11 A? , Xl J it , A 1, Kevin Kerr 'SQ' Teddi Karampelas Bible Theology A, X D 1 v. , , L..4 ,V Kent Kaufman Bible Theology fs? Marlis Kessler Bible Theology Christian Education Pam Kastier Bible Theology Beth Klatt Bible Theology -4' ..--vw' :+ L iw , ' ' :5 B N. . ' f - ,Zi 5 David Klim Bible Theology Karen Kurz Bible Theology A, an Donald Kuss American Intercultural Ministries Tanya Lam Ho Joy DeLaine Lanman Foreign Missions Christian Education F I J, i Ag . 0 LJ in , ' fl, ' ' . .i 1 1 ? Li' X gin. V Julie Lawrence Linda Lawrence Denise Lee W Bible Theology Communications- Church Music- Writing Piano ' 3 ,,,,,-15" - - :F 1-f ...T in -l: I . XT 9 - -,. . ' "N " H, i . gf " . J' ifgsfw 4-1 ku' ' N 1' J '75-Q - 6 if f ' 1Xf"'3?.: Jeanne Lees Scott Lemenager Barbara Lloyd Foreign Missions American intercultural Bible Theology Ministries Lip-lickin' good. I f K 1 :V 49 'J a , I 1 9' I' f Q ,, ' Ai if " , 1 ' i T, x 4, SEIU? A "3 X v ma M - 1 x i 3 -5! Hx- ' , Peter Loew Dawn Lombard Sharon Long Debbie Lors Ed Lowe Christian Education Foreign Missions Communications- Bible Theology Pastoral Training- Writing Greek all 559 25' X Q 9 w Q ?..'Q.': -yn x V 3' Qswiei k M5 fi' , Q21-lfgil? A 1, I 5 ' 35155 Rent a shoulder service JN x '., "Yuk! lt's ugly! f .vn-7 'we v , , r,' -N17- :AL T r- SQ i1.s2i-'YV i 'Q .. 4 . A X X g .. Bird watching? -yft. . . . " we .RF ,"b , .f L .- , -Z sf . 1 if " it as ' r- J. 5 f Getaway to Green Lake Getting away from it all was only a small part of Senior Retreat 1978. The Seniors left the Institute set for fun, excitement and relaxation. Four hours later, they arrived at Green Lake, Wisconsin. The special speaker, Dr. W. Sherrill Babb, challenged the class of 1979 not to drift along through life. Instead, he encouraged each one to make his own decisions-even though they may go against popular opinion. He added, "Be excited about Christ and spread that enthusiasm when you return to school." Learning to enjoy one another in an unhurried, relaxed atmosphere was a large part of the retreat-whether it was showing appreciation again and again to Doug Bakerg wandering aimlessly through the woods in search of the campfireg looking for shoes after the hayride of the night before, or riding wild horses through the open fields. Time stood suspended for those three days. The Seniors realized it was their last opportunity to be away together as a classy previous reticence vanished, and unity emerged. K "" N' 'Ax . V " 'NXJ 4. , .np-f.x ..., WW' - fifirr- ' ffl . A ofa. "A-1, and A-2. . . Dr. Sherrill Babb enlightens the Seniors QRIGHTJ. "A Friend Loveth at All Times" 4 f .--F' fill! +..gA9,-' , . of 1 Kent Lowery Bible Theology 70' 5. K: fail -:fail x x Elizabeth Marshall Foreign Missions ., - - -fra ii: fi-.5 1,5 . V I, I--fg ffl- :-fig ',f'fif-.::,g-,aww ,.-.Aviv , Ag., ge:-3:h' ,. 1- :- ff '-.fx IW , I V -, '..fs:- .1 - , .,.,.5.. l . Gregg Martin Evangelism Cynthia Mattox Foreign Missions 0' X . .5 , ,M .1 Z . ., o. ,g.-1 .:. ,ew '7 vi er Karlyn March Communications - Writing " 'F' 5 Jerry Marshall Pastoral Training- Christian Education ff' we ., . .9 , l Carmen Marrujo Bible Theology Bonnie Martin Church Music- Voice .. rf' ,Q ,X .ev-I , it A Susanne Martin Roger Massey Communications- Bible Theology Writing 'Bi iii rf X I 2 1 James McCauley Jonathan McCourt Foreign Missions Foreign Missions 5 ? X Q T f --f,.,.:-- t re.. ' f wsu:-im 1. Xi ,J':Z"-FS'-.Q. . 5'-1. l 15 '- 'arf'-X I i N NAIE4 X mmm wi if : iii ..-My fx ' 4 Z , 1 -:ft ,. if-im' er I ' 1 '24 r I tw -F gif 1 Carl McLemore David McNutt Pastoral Training- Communications- Greek Broadcasting i ABOVE: Janice and Teddy exchange a bear hug. RIGHT: "A loving and concerned RA." wb, .fs Q X, X x. t I 1 Bruce Mead Bible Theology 3 'fb -7 l LE T2 5 it Ellen Mitchell Bible Theology fs-' Lee Nanfelt Pastoral Training- Greek ffig ""L 1 " I 4 .-" I xiii: ,P . if J .::-ll, N ' f. I Beth Nelson Christian Education L35 ff -sf 'Pi : ? Brad Meeder Communications- Broadcasting 'aa ,of t " -' William Mitchell, Jr. Bible Theology .,...- X51 --Nbr X NJ -A ri? "i' Beth Michaels Foreign Missions X - l l, 5: :- : Barbara Moses Bible Theology ,. - .- :ww -Ov 5 ff ' Nancy Muller Douglas Mills Christian Education Foreign Missions . vw? A 4? "" Wei, - , It ix F gf 9 . Tl' , 9 my Nancy Moses Ken Mroczek Christian Education Foreign Missions it 0 R .fr X ' . 'Z .- I-'E Lori Narwold Christian Education N I 6 Bruce Nelson Bible Theology There are footprints in the sand. My imprints- for as far as I can see. True, some are deeper than others and some will last longer than others but all are impressions of me. And I notice 'ff """"" behind me I'-ye footprints. 9' EXIW- WWHV ,Y 1 ' ' - ,,T.L"'ht .1 1' , ,J-F1 Could it be- Yes, I think so. My life is the same. Wherever I go. my life leaves an imprint- l.ike my feet in the sand a shadow of me that remains. 'Do All to the Glory of God" gs' ' . A. QW? .yrs- .NUL- S Kim Nielsen Pastoral Training- Greek u. ., N Sv : ft Chris Norman Christian Education f . NRQQA ' ' '-x. . x,2 gk nl Steven Norris Bible Theology Q SN '-:gg Q' t ' Qi: 1' A it 'X George Ohman Church Music- Orch. instrument na , G7 X 'su Late to bed, early to dawn, gives a man wrinkles, crinkles and yawns. Laurie Nyborg Christian Education Catherine Olson Christian Education -z.m.555,s X X N vs, Brian Oberg Pastoral Training- Greek -.-NJ .1. if .N , , rn ,, E' ,fds- l l q Brian Ondracek Pastoral Training- Greek R it 1 4 Xt -.X 1 s -. .si X . xv . ,.'-:-- it N fi xx 'Fi' fifx New Q, f WX 1 X .- emi 4. v rr -' P--N Lori Obinger Church Music- Piano A U, ' ' .X ,. C E g I V ,I xi '1 'X M ' X- F , Julie Ottoson Bible Theology Carol Oelze Christian Education Kimberly Outland Christian Education 1 gn f i 5 f 1 r . ,I David Owen Bible Theology ..,-A -:F il' f if Brian Perry Pastoral Training- Christian Education Cynthia Pierce Christian Education Phil Quick Foreign Missions - t I - x Terry Owen Foreign Missions Judith Philippi Bible Theology -nv James Pinkerton Foreign Missions F- Q, V YQ! an A xx k kg., N 5315 John Rager Christian Education t. ,' X - Charma Parks . g P Bible Theology .uf -' Q . .. . Ac-Thu.. ,. r ,- rx E q ,- I Y , . 'Ii - - 7 x me - -ft, , - ' six 1 ,, S ' -' A V ' 1 .. ' sg, 'Q . .ti A . P . 3- ffl- T " . ii. ff,-y xl"lf . 1.,f.I'i5 i k Just a spoon full of sugar helps . , -'GN Amy Pleasant Foreign Missions Winston Rand Bible Theology 4. .. , X . .X -3 . N X n- Ex ,x Q R ,,, . Q X S f N .- . . Sv." aff-I.-ix - X556 I . . 5 1:43 , . qs. gg Timothy Pontious Communications- Broadcasting N,.-- K -. ' P t is David Reimer Church Music- Voice Dan Phillips Pastoral Training- Greek Penny Porch Church Music- Piano Sf - 4 Q .l Joseph Fihoiney Christian Education "Give Not Sleep to Thine Eyes" 9 af' w Xxx x I ' i ' W: .AQ P 6 -. Deborah Riehl Christian Education A Y Jalane Rice Church Music- Piano T x if -,. -1--4 ,-,..." 1. 119- 5, Stephen Ross Bible Theology Carol Royal American Intercultural Ministries '34 t GQ X it ' ,s . Q f "R-S':QggJQ: ,,: X :six 'Q' .-rl v..5b1'fZ' Y N' .N . X i . f. 1 ' 'SEG .Qfft::, ixwts Qs, , N21 x K -'esffszfiw W .- C we-,S-. sw.-Q V-.sw X - .- Lx -ij:f.,'PQZQX -L . XJ. I - Suzanne Rutkowski Michael Ruyle Stephen Ryan William Sakach Christian Education Bible Theology Christian Education- Pastoral Training- Greek fs Music K Joy Schneider Connie Schroeder Mark Schukas Richard Schultz Bible Theology Christian Education Christian Education Bible Theology Bonnie Rise Communications- Broadcasting Q f ff. Timothy Rumley Pastoral Training- Greek ' N -N f---v i -'S I ' i Y. '3 ,A ' Mark Scheribel Pastoral Training- Christian Education Susan Sennett Foreign Missions ABOVE LEFT: "I find that hard to believe at 8:00 in the morning.' RIGHT: "What I wouIdn't give to be in a nice, warm, cozy bed.' 1 X . . ri.-Q xv XX X . 5 , Y i N Douglas Sevedge Pastoral Training- Greek Kendall Shumaker ii 3' Q X . ll Q Q N 'lf N is-'39 ' ' y . h ix! . Q V 3, A -V I OES? W ..:- . 34 f " ' f ' ,X 2' V 1 - ' H K Q V Q Brenda Shawback Christian Education Linda Shumaker Foreign Missions American intercultural Ministries 1 1 'ill' Deborah Sherman American intercultural Ministries 9 t John Simpson Communications- Writing x .l xx' , -f-'1""' Donald Shire Kevin Short Church Music , , K xx X QRS x qu XYEE. ,--9 Bible Theology is .ga Garland Singleton Roger Smead Pastoral Training- Pastoral Training- Greek Christian Education s A A' ' N i P Q f' as T Daniel Smith Jonathan Smith Larry Smith Bible Theology Christian Education Foreign Missions 2 ill Q' V 4. ski --fix , Q Q A Philip Smith Mark Snell Randy Snider Communications- Pastoral Training- Pastoral Training- Writing Christian Education Christian Education "Walk in Love" , 5 .55 '33 W M' ' T it "t'ft' 5 A X 'X ' V.. st r l ' 1 .i ii' 'X' .Ji t N , 'N' Ni, Esther Sprano Linda Stack Juli Stahlberg Diane Stancliff Elaine Stefanski Bible Theology Foreign Missions Christian Education Bible Theology Foreign Missions .1 ,4 tx AX Lynn Helgeson, who was chosen to receive a travel grant Adeline Smith, reflects back upon the time she spent in given annually by Dr. Donald G. Smith in memory of the Holy Land over Christmas vacation. V. 'Ast 1 . W. - Sandra Stewart Arthur Stillwell Michael Stuttlebeambk Cathie Suk Foreign Missions American Intercultural Pastoral Training- Church Music- Ministries Composition ,t t No ' A vs- F i, X Q 9 ' 5 N K X 'Nxt t W SQ- NN.-,pt at , .vt X. -A ,i,-.... .tit . it mis x t s' X a f Daniel Steinhart Bible Theology Melanie Steinhart Bible Theology Cynthia Sutherland Bible Theology Lets show our appreciation to Doug Baker. Clap, clap, c ap. x ,..-...at Q X pdf P5 ' Q"-A, X, E-:-1 . .wh X X1 'I ,Iv ' ' X Xvag.-6 .-. X- l ,J -- Rebecca Thompson Church Music- Piano ihs K .5 E I ., lj , " gn QV ' 1 X t. Kittie Truman Bible Theology John Thurber Christian Education Peter Tumas Bible Theology xx Ne' xi' P- x N . -X .ei 5 Q 'Y X X t A T. X I NS. , fmgf' 9 X :HEN- Thomas Swick Bible Theology 3?- Brian Teachout Foreign Missions f xx XS l- 4' . J, ix: X -f x J 'fx I A I I Charlene Tompkins Christian Education 'Z 5 X Emmy. Q . Michael Turley Pastoral Training- Greek Nw-', . . , 1 i Conn: Syring Bible Theology Shirley Temple Foreign Missions - X '3 K E- f , 1" Ronald Touketto Pastoral Training- Greek s K . ,NY - f y K ce' gf " -::.. riff? V J N- .2 T 6 w . A, V ,,., vs 't on I X , . -X..-.x M ary Syzd ak Communications - Writing .,, tv..- F X . .I .. Nt--.tx .-5.1 1-7:5 fl +L ., :s fig: -IE XE' K .' k grit", ,..p'Q.L, David Thompson Bible Theology J-52 it X vs. 5 Jobea Travilla Christian Education Paul Van Den Berg Keith Van Drew Foreign Missions Pastoral Training- Christian Education "A Merry Heart Doeth Good" 5 -: uf ' .17 i ' . ' 1 4 f p ,v- " 1. 5, .ni uf 2 f Cindy VanNada Bible Theology .9-554-35 Susan Volkening Bible Theology Tamara Weidlich Communications - Writing Larry Wightman Bible Theology 451: i, N ,JV 2' s X it Susan VanNatta Bible Theology I . f 55 ., 'f V ag' fins ' Deborah Voss Christian Education it 3? gf f Q is ,Ting N. h e . .- L Brian Wessel Church Music- Composition 76 Z . -Q! Qld iff? ,ff .Q 4 Barbara Wilde Bible Theology ii -,. .rr-Y Edward Vasicek Pastoral Training- Greek Diana Warner Foreign Missions nb A., Jl I7 , T s 4 I D v,,. -V I - 4 Q. t f 113 fi?" ffl 9,1 Linda Vasko Christian Education- Music +,5qT L1 'Z-M1 . Rhonda Warren American lntercultural Ministries ,, s 4 S I L iii 4 V, Julie Westerman 1 .A 1. 4 . . 1.5 '4i', 1' E' Merry Whitley American intercultural Ministries Foreign Missions , L 1 '55 S 4. D "' 'U .A 4,413.1 Q l J xg . I, ,, , N . - '- A ,J f Carol Wilde Communications- Writing f David Williams Bible Theology i f J 42. 43 x " A qw' z ' X Anita Verbaan Foreign Missions 7' I . -5 Ruth Waterman Christian Education .9 K ,f f Galen Wiest Foreign Missions i , Q rrr tl- M mf, 1,,t ,, Robyn Williams Christian Education L Peter Wories 7? 140 Lesah Worst Rita Wren Pastoral Training- Bible Theology Bible Theology Greek W .1------..,.,. , I 'K W, That's funny! Profs really do have a sense of humor! , fi 1 ,.f Alice Wunker Bible Theology Susan Wuthrich Christian Education Keith Yoder Bible Theology A, 4--1' ' , X , In .TTL 4 if Daniel Young Pastoral Training- Greek -ll Q . '1 4 -me . Y ar, 0 . ...gk X . 5, Becky Zeigler Christian Education 3rd Year Aviation 'F Douglas Baughman Max Beachy Tom Beekman Mark Borland Philip Buller , 1 m.-wg, fl, Q 'se-A 9 X l R x Harry Dipple Andrew Diugos 1 "FilI'er up." Mark Ferguson Claude Heiniger Steve Fifer ,wp if ,j5,31..,g,g: : . 'f- ig: g .:,,, 1:21 Q11 f G 'fif'f2?fQ A Ejffffv' U ws- " 2 -' 5 ill M , 4--t re, - A Barry King Robert Dontje Siegfried Drexhage 'v .V S,--r Q'-Q Marvin Fluger Floy Gentry Glenn Goodman rx - L- 1 .r ' Steven Lehman Edward Leman Warren Lyall Future airmen hit the books. u o 4 X I -.-A. ' 0 i T, . . Grant Miller Joel Tegeler . 47, 'gl' V . I f Q '55"'f i-51513 :jf ez.-.p. j - ' - -sl.. Q MH" f ff ' ga. 5 '. 15 ' - 'N win 't 1 r '-- :if-fl sg . . 'QL J- ig. X K it E , Paul Westlund A l- I These are students, but their lifestyle differs from that of dorm-dwellers on the Chicago campus. Studying to be mission- ary airmen, they go to school for eight hours every school day. After classes, they tackle homework and some even have outside employment. Mr. Robert Rich, Pre-Aviation Coordinator, revealed an interesting fact -there are no dorms, and theres no school dining room. So, the students must cook and keep house. "This produces some interesting challenges for all those single fellows," Mr. Rich said with a smile. After completion of Flight Camp, their preparation involves three years of intensive flight and aviation maintenance training, including one session of summer school. They will spend a minimum of 350 to 400 hours in the air. .t f me X sf 'r-' , 4 A," f Q 5 X 5 N 6 1 X X fxy X E 1 x l it 5 X . l l Bruce Riggins Philip Schmidt Buttoning up, ., W-.W 44' i 5? . Sie ,. X ,..'. 3.. .nr- Nt , Fossil 'f -3 1 N xx ff . 4 v ..-. .. With my life orl lt 's But For mi. x El' 5. L, I can make a small. surface impression can make a godly. lasting impression. up to me the kind of mark I make. my life does make a difference- no matter how small I feel. the city behind me. the people behind me. the school behind me will always know I 've been there. for they can read my life by the impressions I make. Impressions- What I leave behind. - Nancy Brumbaugh 46 .J Q, , W N A ,. l , 1 A student practices his skills in aircraft maintenance. James Frank David Harling -4-,4 Sydney Johnsen Mark Johnson 4th Year Aviation A Neal B3ChfT18l'l ' r , X' 2' 315' - '. g:. E V' 21: E' 7 i .3 I A El Ye l-.. fs. V -v-.r , Dave Bothwell Peter Cowles EV 3: 4 2 , 4' -A . , - gg.,--:':fp5:g':g 2 -'fair V it r ,X x f fx . it William Crider Kenneth Devries Joseph Fowler I .vw--A , . , WJ, ft .1 "Caretul! Don't hit my thumb!" " fff:-" " 'al 1523.253 - l A 1 V I x 1. 'ar 7 David Nienhuus Charles Patton Keith Parker llllia ff' 'N . S ,ff 4 Steve Ouigg Rick Reynolds Gary Robinson Michael Ross Jonathan Simmons As," it if n' ?a" '1' 5- fi5f:?fI' QM" 1.5, ' ' YF ' V 's1L,gQ,1' D y ij' 71 -vu-N Q ' if' - "F EW f I ! 0 ' ' 'O T' 'N-3,157 fl 1 ss, i. . David Tarcon 5 L...- ffitfi Lawrence Tierney "So this is what the inside of an erector set looks Iike"' Q-...., 1- SMOODV BIBLE ,'iSTiT,-: Rolland Tremport ins- Donald Van den Berg An airplane patiently awaits the coming pilot, 14 l iii? JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS lleft to righti: Sue Harris, Treasurer, Laurie Ettinger, Corresponding Secretaryp Bret Rings, Vice President, John Boyer Schroeder, Chaplaing Kim Koetz, Recording Secretary. A heavy Southern drawl accents his speech. "I feel as though my responsibility is not running the Junior class, but keeping my relationship right with the Lord." The president of the Junior class continues, Ulf I put God first, He will give me the ability I need. l-le'll make me the president I can't be." Not only President John Boyer, but all the Junior class officers have made their relationship with God their primary objective. l'We, as the executive committee, are striving to put God first, and project that to the class," John said. John calls their second goal "the personal touch." To add the personal touch, the Junior class officers have made an effort to get to know, and show, that they care for every Junior. The execs have accomplished this time- consuming task by sending cheerful notes to sick Juniors, trying to talk personally with every Junior, and by seeking to discover every Junior's hidden abilities and put their gifts to work. Xt. , Q... 4, 'SR J . ,. iQj.:,:q Q ff' r i SS-rf N :fastggi ,:gs'w5s:5:.5. .f-,g.q U , Xgglgggzr: ggi, :-is up I, X , K ' Q . ,wig ,U S " Q ' 'E-.TN Xt is 'HAQQQJT 13, bi Ni ls. ' -,fr .-I mi, 5:41-gli . mil .il 5' Zlliiiilmlil , President, Chris N-ft ms. Qlifsiesii-51:5 1-IN-. X ., .,.., ,X .. . , A xx . A X , w ,V . Aadahl, Harald Williamsburg, VA xv 3 I ,if X it 2 - Abel, Pam Independence, KY Adams, Laura xi. O S, X5 5.. 0- 1 EN 'f 'N -F' fr 1 'X w k ,4 4. Q .J-9 . ft,r:1 -Q af I r " .xr .-.- -hm X. ii. f-ev.-. .HiE5f2fQ'i42i1'- ' .Qs Nq"::::8 -:I :-:Q-. X ':-11:92:55: Mesa, AZ '- X 'XR X N N v 9 N R . NX. Ab- l' for Q - :pi-t 4' -,,SlL"' :HF x 'ff fra' .- 1 Adamson, Steve Toledo, OH Aeschliman, Daniel San Diego, CA Althens, Lori Lakeport, NH Andersen, Nancy Racine, Wl Anderson, Lisa Redford, Ml Anderson, Lucille Alberta, CANADA Anderson, Randall Skokie, IL Andreasen, Dave Appalachian, NY Appel, Shari Muskegon, Ml Arndt, John Elmhurst, lL Arruda, William Fall River, MA Atkinson, Ruth Sfevensville, Ml TW'Qov.w- f Meet you at Houghton in five minutes . A ' -A rg if I 'X ! - '-15 NN Jifnx: E vrpfi- ,i . S' N ' l -. .il 'al ' , :Y ,J HL. 1 K W Nf N ' 1. N 'YEF 1 L L. ' 5 N 2 is , 'N '.,.f fllx , oo,- I I Our Goal: S, V..Y we-J.. QF ' S1 X, 15. , we 155' if ,ii ,lb Fw '35 31 FQ? 'Y' x'RNx 3,35 Mx Q ,x is ' .M X 4 - .Q , .t .,3. E .FR f .r N ., 3 QP YFV Wsueig' "A Personal Touch" '71 l i xg' ,S 5' Ui' I . I? if tif' -- .1 l F-7 'f 'Q 'r 'ii l Y ' '13 -5 r Qfiw. x 93. 41:5 y .. .,.,,,A.. ' re.-Q ' :FX - 5.-A, V4 li i Austin, Beverly Bachert, Barbara Baergen, David Bailey. Marcy Bailey, Robin Baker, Bruce Baker, Cheri Baker, Natalie BalaZS, Dixie Balazs, Gub Barton, Peter Beare, Donna Becker, Kevin Bender, David Bennett, Susan Berg, Cindy Berglund, Jim Bickley, Barry Boerman, Flobert Boldebuck, Gregg Bouman, Lonette Boyd, Daniel Boyd, Orchidy Boyer, John Boyland, Deborah Brandt, Ralph ROCl'l6Sl9f, NY Bloomfield, NM Chicago, IL Lancaster, WI Glen Ellyn, IL Peoria, lL Escondido, CA St. Petersburg, FL Toronto, CANADA Toronto, CANADA Mokena, IL Troy, MT Marion, SD Clarence Center, NY Ft, Carson, CO St. Charles, IL Roselle, IL Cicero, IL Des Plaines, IL Addison, WI Holland, Ml St. Petersburg, FL Detroit, MI Powhaton, VA Chillicothe, IL Waukegan, IL 14 Relaxing Moments 4, .-v. .x Brandt. Richard Waukegan, IL if Bright, Leanna Irving, TX 'fm' C l br: -Q . 4 n Brownlee, Fred Houston, TX f . , Brumbaugh, Nancy Lincoln, NE i I Burch, Peg Vinton, IA Buresh, Scott Lutherville, MD r I, r, O rg r' if Burke, Vincent Chicago, IL V Burns. Karen Independence, KY , Burns, William Port Huron, MI ,R ky -F F L ,sb Cameron, Brad Huntsville, AL X' ' ' ' ' " J Carlen, Julie Boca Raton, FL 'A r -'Pl Cash. Ronald Miami, FL Niki Cathey, S, Edd Moline, IL 5 A F fi N i I ' 'X .iixykla I x if . ' 6 can "1-ng Xu S' Ig .x gag,- Ffib . ,xii ,jq t X ,, an X , X .X Q.-aw . QQ 'R -" I X Q ,As J- , , x .k 'AQMN X .1 Q xx :.v.,' , 5- -. ...Q 'W' , A :- . -23' ,1 5' as Ld T I' 7, P , i ' x A - 'Riff' ,w1rwfv1rff9w' S . w ws., at V " X XT I X " I gms was Rm, 'xx 4' X :E,2E..x, my i E NN - l .wt N, X K Q 'Nix i v R ' gs if 9 ef: i ,. , ' if if I' XX N --a X s .G K -fi- l ' X A , -ht M D 2 . L. - if 'Y E .tx -wt' -Qgtwix, 3,29 :ff-1 N c, " I T 'M ,X ai W: 'vw ,f C' I Q1 - Q 1' ll ' i ' '4:"i'i' ' 'i M lil. to S.. Cauthorn, Jon Chrest, Sandy Christenson, Steve Cionca, Margie Clark, Bryan Clingan, Beverly Coats, Rhonda Colburn, Susan Compton, Alan Compton, Connie Creger, Duane Crepinsek, Diane Curtis, Flonald Cutlip, John Dahlke, Linda Davidhizar, Paul Davis, Brian Davis, Chip Deane, Debra De Cou, Jonathan : Lf ' X -V' x, N- if. .. U. i Y - m --ei- is 'i Whitelord, MD South Holland, IL W. Madison, WI chicago, IL Lincoln, NE MEXICO Glasford, IL Skokie, IL Matteson, IL Matteson, IL Springfield, VA Matteson, IL Pembroke, ME Thompson, OH Madison Heights, MI Houston, TX Portland, OR Northbrook, IL Madison, WI Scottsdale, AZ De Master, Beth Cedar Grove, WI Dietmeyer, Cheryl Gurnee, IL Dietterick, Holly Edwardsville, FA Disterheft, Gary Dowagiac, MI LEFT: Sisses. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Here we come, ready or not. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Worried? Final exams: Foos, Mayer, Goldberg, and Heatherington. You bet l'm worried! I fl. 132.5 v. , A L A 437' l I x ,,,, iff 1 43 A' 0 v . 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Gerber, Jared Glasscock, Elizabeth Goeh, Henry Golick, Judith Goodman, Matthew Goodnough, Dana Graf, Timothy Graham, David Grant, Willis Gray, Fluih Ann Green, Tim Gregersen, Bruce Gregory, Marcella Gregory, Flobert Griffith, Dana Gromke, Flenee Gushee, Martha Hall, Ken Hansen, David Harder, Michael Haring, Timothy Harrenstein, Michael Harris, Suzanne Harrison, Scott Harry, Tom Hatteberg, Gregory Hay, Christopher Haymaker, Alan Wheaton. IL Ft. Meyers, FL LIBERIA Cicero, lL Whittier, CA Moravia, NY Laconia, NH Bloomfield, CT Elyria, OH Bryn Mawr, PA Peoria, IL Peshtlgo, WI Glasgow, KY Burnham, IL Sacramento, CA Arlington Heights, IL Middleboro, MA Wethersfield, CT Chicago, IL Palos Heights, lL Bolingbrook, IL Freeport, lL Oak Forest, IL Rockford, lL Evans, CO Newark, IL Binghampton, NY Chicago, IL "I'm Happy When. " A ' f" Friday! . . . lfinallyl. Heiser, Lisa Fisher, lL Herl, Janice Rives Junction, Ml Hescott, Kim -fr '75 South Holland, IL li, Hess, James Sheboygan, Wl Hilbrands, Ronald Selkirk, NY A, is iX,x audi r .,: 4 is hiss! f fn , ., f " - 9 V , it V' X l Q .. f ' --JF .. A. ff , fu U lt's perfectly true. Would I lie? l 'IQQ FLEET ,..l 'PWS ii is ..a. . Hiker, Julia Hinman, Dorinda Hjertman, JoAnn Hohulin, David Honts, Jerry Howe, Steve Howell, Alanx Huffman, Murl Heckinger, Doug Hedman, Kathi Heineman, Gloria . H' A ,ex-'A Racine, Wl Windsor, NY New York, NY Paxton, lL Muscatine, lA Charles City, lA St. Louis Park, MN Chattanooga, TN Palo Alto, CA Sawyer, Ml Ontario, CANADA vtfzxi-:J 'sr F3 , ,rho I 5 355' ,- , QQBRA W- i 1 vars 'X -gif 'iz ax X L. I: "1 Fi' 'kffilli .ie .Sggx ' .ale ' ' J! e .Q : . ,QA ' NN 5 Yx X . q X A X N wg.. X35 fr ' 5 ' fi 1f"' . :'5xa,r-r3'j5"213'Ee S X X :ii 9 R ,I K . if -V L X x .- .11 X x ,iii ,- .Ss X ,f N X A r 1. 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Kellner, Mark Klingbeil, Joy Kloplenstein, Amy Klotz, Rachel Koetz, Kim Kubish, Jerrilyn 'S' - R X Y: ' I 'fxfixls P fa 4. in as x r -51' ' I ,r :Q-gs V' 'xx ' 53 I ' NRI :Z .ak A Beaufort, NC Oak Park, IL Elgin, IL Toledo, OH Zion, IL Montrose, CO 5- I' .- ',':,g"'1 A, Q N 1 1.1, TQ, .S felnwef-i.'s - 1-' 1 J . fl, -give. - - ,R 5 ix f - xg -ff ,-X ll hx 'fri s ' qu-rfgf S fr' N M- ix 4 Q w l .RW-11 KSC -vw , A - b . www:-'-""N: ,,,g,wQ,.""" -- , 1 is E.-:i4?iqfE1'2w. ' g .an--'A , oi 474 ' x --1 " - r l XJ If ! X .kt ,L bi :Luis -,k,. ', 1 H Huggins, Steven Hugo, Stephen Hull, Jerry Humphrey, Davitk Humphrey, Jan Hurd, Yvonne Imes, Paula Jacob, Vicki Jansma, Jeffrey Jensen, Amy Johanon, Dan Johnson, Brad Johnson, Susan Belle Glade, FL West Belmar, NJ Joliet, lL Winnipeg, CANADA Winnipeg, CANADA Bronson, MI Barrington, IL Cissna Park, lL Waupan, WI Watchung, NJ Largo, FL South Portland, ME Richfield, MN Jones, Bob Redding, CA Jones, Wesley Hayes, VA I -Fei... C I + 'Es . -S, gl , x I, rx-1 '-f" mm sf, ,lf Q Q ' ? f xi vf i pl ,,, , Dr. Ping Pong Lamb, Dean Sutter, IL La Rocco, Mitzie Addison, IL Latchaw, Bryan Valparaiso, IN Lauffer, Teresa Warren, PA Lawrence, Janet Pontiac, Ml Legg, Raymond Akron, OH Lehman, Dan Zion, IL Leinbach, Steve Lemmert Walter Lentsch, Curt New Paris. IN Naperville, IL Colorado Springs, CO 155 K -fx. ' ' ' Lindeblad, Mark Wichita, KS X f l 'Y H ' "Q2P3b'F"3'T21T"7'E77' -4- -C-.. ' '- Lines, Cheryl ITALY wh' V K ,X 5 .J AW- 3 .- ..- , f , Lloret, J. Mark I MacFlae, Wayne North Haledon, NJ Mainger, Bob Cleveland, OH Marshall, Katie New Castle, PA Martin, Samuel Ft, Wayne, IN Marx, Carol Wheaton, IL Mason, Janice Des Plaines, lL Matero, Phil Vista, CA Matovich, Paul Barberton. OH Matsumura, Miles Hilo, Hl Matzdorf, Jeff Seattle, WA May, James Lancaster, PA Mazellan, Ron South Plainfield, NJ McCauley, Becky Mt. Ulla, NC McClenthen, Gary LaSalle, lL McClintock, Chris Lincoln, NE McComas, Becky Marysville, OH McCormick, Barry Harvard, lL McElroy, Joseph Houston, TX Mclsaac, Dean New Brunswick, CANADA McLaughlin, George Colts Neck, NJ Boca Raton, FL Loftin, Mark Tulsa, OK Longjohn, Lynn UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Lott, Deborah Washington, IL Love, Rebecca Wheaton, IL Lowther, James Uniontown, OH 49' -. .Asp . 1 , 5--15 ,: : 'F TQEJ X XYRIT A Nix-Q51 t .. . K q:j,f,.Q . z., r,,,..f-,."X Bwxx :r"' . f 4., li K .N . I N' , '- . Sweet Dreams , N, W- -.-. :N ,.,, , . ,, "FV . , .N 9 X X Q 2-. . ' 'Q wi: .ii tiff ? Q Q'-f.' .sy .wig 511411 F5 - -' :'f.s.ix:- 3-i :wif-J A -f ' ".?QN'S3:5"Ifff:I . X- 'N -'T "if4f:.w - - '- TQ.,-ff. f.. :sw A ' , .,,. W is 1 yy nies. A 'SEK it 'i "QRS 'Qxi : N Y , :fam 'G T . ex . I Lx. lg, . .K I SQ Q Q 1 xX N 1: 5 W Q 5 3 NNNQ' u ' N . R., '5 X: x -sg SN.. SSM., -.is , - -513:58-Qqsn i'g5:?4t f, 'Q -fNsE2-Is-E-f5e'Cq52E- ' ff 'N-. :-g.- N-g.N,'. . Nezx-w:23:f2.:f:-. 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Ft. si ' " by Stix? .z .1 iiivfi 4. X I Q l l A A .i I can't believe you Richards, Julie Fresno, CA Rigby, Vickie Knoxville, TN Rings, Bret Baton Rouge, LA Risser, Gail Hummelstown, PA Rosol, John Ingleside, lL Rucker, Jerry Peoria, IL Sanders, Debra Ypsilanti, Ml Sanders, Mark Ypsilanti, Ml Sawyer, Scott Enterprise, AL Sayer, Janet Lakewood, CO Scheidell, Marie Boca Raton, FL Schneider, Debra Rolling Meadows, lL Schotanus, Dan NETHERLANDS Schroeder, Barbara Willoughby, OH Schroeder, Chris Willoughby, oi-i fx M- 316 U16 'BST one! at-if 4 P' S W y 1 tap Aw X v we X '4 .. 3 ls3?q.st., qv- W 'NNN-wg! X .:w. t "fat 3. ,QQ K N t l .xi t X, x A. -. tw, t .ft ill 5: .. wg -,r t' -' ,4 N , N xX i v v i wi ill t wit 5' tt i . an x- I t ,x f' A. I :kv A f-.f -N1 A. . X 'kc as . .-.Q .- . N X wr it :X XX Nxt-'-N:.Q-x'-Q:-Ngi. -ggi 9' ww M" X.- ik, I S1 - .V e.1vLsifff 1 W Rae, Barbara Eastlake, OH Ratliff, Tim West Chicago, IL Read, Douglas Hillsdale, Ml Rennels, Cynthia Noble, lL Reynolds, Susan Schaumburg, lL Rhoades, Roy 45. .tr : N: t rt M.. I Chillicothe, OH t 2 SSS: , ,N VKGQF . 77-Q7?F7:F twv 5 3 ra 4'-W tt wks? l , N, ' . "QM .fi '- ' ' i,. li' Egyssa' ' U Q ix.. 4 I J, 2 I . 'T iw . 1'-'L .rigid s . --fra.-r . .':Qx -. N- Q.. . 45, - -rf 'N XX"1i--NTYSTFFTQA XEQFIWS 0: -. A ' ' . wi .tw-5 I. A as ' if M gy , L J 91 fic. MM' 4. ' tf A . -- t, ,- -'ff ff' fruit .v-. 2' 5' :1 is.,-,rf 'f Q- "..".n Lf' -N , pa, 'R xg -Q 'V j5:115i . ,ti i . 'X J i i .N X, as -:ff-t' "i -.2 -' 2.11 sets h Q .Q ,,,. L X, M. ,fiiwk ,. , 2 Z . f i va 4 -. 'N ,,,.-.V 1 'I 4- QE 2 "' kk .1 'N- '- X 1, 5 - it l .N -. SX' It Q N Sn? ,.- E X 'I N. r., ' t -- X X-"Q Skt- K v ,r i' t I V Us X ,X i S, 7 1 .-su"' 1 NK 0 l ' "' ' e , xv' -:J-:X 'E A I YE-: V Feelin' free ,. If , fmsvg Q nf- N - .mas N Q, S' ' we HSS N f -an get i. I5 S .4:.,' f - -xxx' , .4-' Y rp. . . , ,go ' l I N .I X l J X -Q 54- , X ,gli i v , ,304 - N :fl-silk - Scott, Dean Scroggins, David Sharrotta, Fran Shaw, David Shaw, Lorne Sheaffer, Paul Shehorn, Cathy Shirk, Tom Shostek, Denise Sieger, Cindy Simpson, Kathy f'-14. In-. -. gi' i ,j , 4 I Union, KY Ringgold, GA Cleveland, OH Chicago, lL New Brunswick, CANADA Leola, PA Pekin, IL Middlebury, cr JO,7l'lSfOWl'l, PA Joifer, IL Flushing, Ml Sisi, Jim Fremont, OH Skaanning, Janet Cromwell, CT Smith, David Harvey, IL Smith, Melody Chicago, lL Smith, Thelma Gansvoorf, NY Soucie, Elizabeth Pontiac, Ml Sperry, Sally Conway, AR Spry, Phil Morgan Hill, CA Stepp, Pam Poland Springs, ME Stevens, Sally Elkhart, iN Stych, Brad Algonquin, lL Surma, Carol La Porte, IN Sutera, Colleen Swale, John Mansfield, OH Villa Park, lL Time Out fivlgxz i' 4 f is L . 2--V, K . : I K .Q Q. o r - A . 'E-Aix' '- . 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A Q Y, .QS Van Dyke, Marcia Muskegon, Ml Van Kirk, Ken Chicago, IL Van Kirk, Ruth Chicago, IL Van Natta, Luann Potosi, WI Van Zante, Alice Oskaloosa, IA Vasko, Doug Clarkston, Ml Vehmeier, Melody Freeport, IL Vick, Mike Utica, Ml Wardle, Russ Naperville, IL Weaver, Debra Ranks, PA iff We X 0 x--P' X4 , ' ,lg S23 .X "5" QQ. . . ' T ,j.',:1f,lf",, - ,warms is-kv, fs.-f-A-' , 1 1 we ' Tkfiffcb, wzglsv - 3, 4. + N . if- Q -' , "if H J K B Q S A- 'A' . vi ' ' ' ' 5" T Nix K F ff Swalley, Jerreth Sweeting, Robert Tanaka, Frank Taylor, Dwight 3 3- D 'V' .. - 'Q NE'-',: X ., t- 'wng X, .V ll if-L . I 5739" ig .I Worthington, OH Libertyville, IL Chicago, IL Boca Raton, FL .2 'hx 1 -'D J it Ns' A .Y V, ,. 1' ' ' .wiki Yfxigli MM rv '-51' . TQ X Xp, if ' -. l lrfgisb, 5 , vn '. 1 ... , 1 'av - My "" X. - .. Q QC 5 N53 ..,, ,V ,,..,.q f1Q S ani, . 5,,f , -If-Q 5: 5755 X 11:15-irii: .jf C I Fx, 1 4'-4' ""'771T7'jQ A 34 -fgiff? Sf' f? 5:51 f 'C' 42' .. 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W -. h - 3:-FNS? -31- .rs wroge, william Wuchter, Susan Yaglowski, Carl Yoho, Daniel Yoshioka, Yoko Zielinski, Janet Zlelinski, Karen Zirbel, Flobin I ft M lah. . .Gi X311-iiiwa' dx i' Werner, Kathleen Wetendort, Peter Whirledge, Kathy White, Dianne Whitwell, Vallorie Wilkinson, Nancy Wilkinson, Rick Williams, Doyle Wilson, Carolyn Wilson, Jon Wipp, Lucy Woodruff, Phil Wolley, Laura Woznick, Pam Wright, Steven Miami, FL Whitehall, PA Justice, IL Akron, OH JAPAN Oak Lawn, IL Oak Lawn, IL South Holland, IL i. ,, .of-at-'A Sandpoint, ID Des Plaines, IL Millersburg, IN Cedar Lake, IN Ashland, OH BOLIVIA Chicago, IL Noble, IL Arvada, CO St. Louis, MO Royal Oak, Ml Wheaton, IL Farmington Hills, Ml Royal Oak, Ml Ontario, CANADA 1 13 was the remedy prescribed by Getting to Know You . A large dose of I Corinthians N this year's Welcome Week Com- mittee to cure the frustration and fear usually suffered by new Freshmen. "We strove for love more than ijanythingf' said Carolyn Baker, 2 go-chairman Welcome Week G9-'mmmeef 'ft' iff "e' fy This love as upper- ' cfassmen wear- their musclesfsfitswing endless leads of fluggagei' 'as Welcomers shut oigtvthe sounds of frantic parentiand certfied nelfllwmers to liste nmto one-fFsieg!iman",s, su mime: -"' 'as Moody jveterartse patiently? ex- tplainedsthe--secrets 'system and how to findatggyining with settlingijfreshmen into their new home, tltgwelpome Week Committee alsoiintrodueed the class of 1981 to othgi. A singspiration, an icecream sdcial, a picnic, a white fo Buckinghimilfddmin, a iauiiili- Oak Street Beach, and a peek ffblhi the John Hancock building proyid- ed opportunities for "mingling." Surrounded by continual activity, the first days busily passed for the new students. God's patient, kind, unfailing love was seen in the upperclassmen, bringing the freshmen through the hardest week of all. 1" .1- "But sir, my life depends on that card." REGISTRAR R "l'Il trade you two white cards for a red one." .'.wl-- . , , ' lv Q 3' ' , ' ..4. f ' :A 1, Q- ff' 6 1 A, 5 1 ' 9' w ws Q " ,S , "XA 2' ', ' X ff' sy.-yy.. 4,-7 ,.. V. Au., Midge: volleyball. "This is my good side." -,mx - .. , xx, url!! L x 'T . X xi-J i , vu, " 5 'W' "This is harder than it looks I al Our Goal: Caring nfs FRESHMEN OFFICERS lleft to rightj: Gary Brewster, Treasurer, Mark MacKenzie, Presidentg Steve Ingraham, Chaplaing Mary Nell Comer, Vice President, Joy Kuiken, Corresponding Secretary. Not pictured: Julie Kulin, Recording Secretary. Alford, Kurt Allen, Cheryl Ames, Bradford Anderson, Dan Anderson, Jolene Anderson, Scott Armstrong, Lori Bahler, Nancy Baker, David Baker, Fluth Bardill, Tina Barnes, Patricia Bartlett, Timothy Baskett, Donna Beck, Pamela Lockport, IL Munster, IN Key West, FL Venezuela, SOUTH AMERICA Sumner, NE LaGrange, IL Pontiac, MI New Haven, IN Royal Oak, MI Oregon City, OR SWITZERLAND Rupert, ID Wheaton, IL Chicago, IL Cuyahoga Falls, OH .--,.,,,. -- -Y.- C .,, ,T " ' .'ls .7 5 li' Q LL - . 3 5- if 1 I l V31 T- J ss K Q -t 'fi -4 'nv .,s, 1 7 wx .N is I , 3 Abrisz, Joseph Absher, Scott Agnew, Mike Albaugh, Patti " 'F Vt , , ., .. . "' Y 1 Burlington, IA Kankakee, IL Chattanooga, TN Peoria, lL gt fiafg I' . K, . .,. ,Q H l ' ' X Q... Q o 'E .. Lt, ,4 41-- list it 1 iv..-Fi: , .A I-,c a ' ' 1 X It X il +5 fi' - 1 . I: .t -X" - We 6: . 'EN l t, ' , .g K i 9 9 'Pi-41 U f :Nm . ix if X 1 4- : 1' 1 I fi L A i 1 .fxx 'T v QU' I 46 1- ' 'O YJ Becker, Gretchen , I Beckmeyer, Karen .Q E,J!' 4 'NC K 'a .xx ,elm va' ff ,.. 5 1 9 5 X . ' l Pity the bachelor. .r---f ,- - D 1, . ,-A! A ,Z 9 K 5 'li A gf I f ft- 'L - tl 4-57 ' g Era of A wif--5 If ' ' Benson, Bruce Woodstock, IL Villa Park, IL L Ibertyvllle, IL ' Berberich, Matthew Wadsworth, IL , with t What happens when 430 students are torn from the luxuries of home, brought into a gray city of seven million people. and tossed into a room to live with a complete stranger? Well, the natural tendency would be for a freshman to be so overwhelmed with the whole situation, that he would forget about his classmates. But the class of 1981 has set a bigger goal than individual survival-they have aspired to care about each other. "So many times, people are in the midst of a problem and all they need is someone to care," said Freshman Class President Mark MacKenzie. "We feel if we can learn to care about each other more-if we fail everywhere but accom- plish this-we'lI have achieved our goal." 7 b Bergstrom, Deborah Bever, John Bixby, Melanie Black, Gina Bland. Deborah 'v ,...x, - 4' 'U 4 1 ', ,gen , x ' .," Pm: A " -, c'j:QY9,o V... 1 I :. ,' :Ut 7 I 1 K Boersema. Patricia Bondurant, Carol Bonk, Kimberle X ' Boone, Roger -1 Bourdeaux, Denise 5 B Morton, IL Mt. Prospect. IL Northglenn, CO Elyria, OH Alamo, TX Lansing, Ml Waxhaw, NC Parma, OH Cicero, IL Beloit, WI i4Q uc' x if. 5 Q C! -.BJ .axl ,,.-I F Bowman, Sheryl Boyd, Steven Bozsik, Eugene Brandt, Marilyn Breid, Larry Brenneman, Claire Brewster, Gary Bubeck, Judy Bucher, Terri Buchweitz, Daniel Buckwalter, Douglas Buell, Janet Burdett, Ken Buss, Bradley Butler, Charles Belmont, Ml St, Petersburg, FL Lindenhurst, IL Waukegan, IL Bloomington, IL York, PA Kansas City, MO Long Beach, CA Valparaiso, IN Lake Geneva, WI Lititz, PA Oak Brook, IL Westchester, PA Dover, OH Detroit, ME L: A W--' -fa Jae.. S xl, ,WA img XS , ' is -A ' 27 X Q 1 . if X I tk I .xxx " 1 hy. XX 2 Y , H is UG:-I . ' fat, , , - if T.. : X?-Sb N Y 54' -'f It 4 J ll, l T5 LA X X Q f A 5 '1 'sin W lg ' -' Y , bfi 5 E 2 N ,J if 4 I J N C? D sv , M, if It , if '.'- :",gif9E,JA X-,ffl , ' 'S N ll 5 'ffx ifhll ' 1"-i 'Q' -4' Q , llllif. '-Jar I 2-i,,ts,jag' 1 . 'rf' Caine, James Manitoba, CANADA X2 Q Camera, Vincek Amherst, OH Caprlglione, Richard Chicago, IL Carlberg, Kermit Seminole, FL 'DT' Xt R: we X Carlson, Daniel Eaton, CO Carlson, Marilee Bismark, ND V' ," Ax 1 Carter, John Aurora, IL L. 1 Carter, Lori Cuyahoga Falls, OH 'H ' L' 4 L X, l . . and they lived happily ever after , . . ll.EFTl Grown-ups Dress-up '2 ,W R . iq.,-. Cartwright, Peter Lakewood, CO A -Yi if rlgggjl Caston, Mark Burlington, IA ' "9 ' . fi? Chadwick, Donna Chicago, IL ' Champion, Kevin Oxford, NC , - rx. Chapman, Russell Windsor. NY 5 a I J :tg V .3 ' A A 1 .Wx -k xx r xr, A - if - go, .6 ' fx , M . N, Q- Cherry, Mark Auburn, IN f R, ' ,A fi ' ' h Chobany, Susan Portage, PA ' TP 3 l -H' f Y -gl ' ' Choi, Jin Chicago, IL i h ' N' . Churchill, John Minnetonka, MN , K X I W f yu' A K - Ciavirelli, Kim Arlington Heights, IL i ' ' i . x ' .il ,A 3 1, i l -X l X 1' i . x ll ' la..XA lf! . ..... ,Q , . Q N 2 '55 .K I ' ,, Clark, Kim Beaumont, TX A 4 ,Q 'Q i Clymer, Stephen Liberty Center, OH , 1 'fl " f-3 Cochran, Melissa Auburn, NY A. Cocklin, Deborah New Haven, IN I' , , .vo 'LX Coleman, Philip Tempe, AZ L 5 - ,, , X1 . ., xx-, ki A ' ' Comer, Mary Greeley, CO ? , ' ' 1 C N Conforti, William Palatine, IL tv, -it Conklin, David Gibson city, IL Cook, Sheila Davenport, IA K . ,- r : . an M Cooper, Keith Springlake, MI 57,3 ', 'K' 'QQ-1 E 12 t t 'i,. El. A h + ': r K V N: A -Q. - - .,. t x Q A 1- ' A ' 55' R Q N X ' i A Corlew, David Shorewood, IL ,T ,, ' 'gf' " A 'H' 'H S- Crooks, Julia Belmont, Ml it - 7 if v .f fe .wr - Cundiff, Barbara Rockwood, IN , i - , ii X ' Cunningham, Lisa Oklahoma City, OK t .1 X ' .XX - X 'V ,X V, Cusick, Elizabeth Berkley, Ml l if g '. I X 'O X 154 "5 it , 1 Rex" ' . f I X ' - Damaschke, Karin Cornwall, NY X 9- 'fy' A , i , N x. Daniele, Michael Holland, PA 42. 5 jj, 4 if i i Davies, James New Castle, PA , f' . 1 IP" Davis, William Whitehouse, OH i " ,, I i Deal, Daniel Augusta, ME m . '. N ' ' "vi V A on D J I -.- Y, .-: 1 , . L is 5: ,, I, K ean, ames Westmont, L Pi- 7, Q ' it I, H- D "" H , Deligoison, Glen Ontario, CANADA l Tv . Q r gr,-9 . Dell, Susan Albion, IN i r A DeLong, Gregory Oroent, OH .A 'l ,Lt H , Detweiler, Lynette Littleton, CO x Q :flat tc Sir ii , ' l A Expressions Dilts, Edward Dituro, James Dority, Rebekah Dryden, John Duma, Lori Dusenbury, David Earhart, Ken Ellingson, Stan Engram, Steve Erickson, David Everett, Frank Fabarez, David Faeh, Dawn Fair, Becki ---1 9' .3 . v 1 Walton, IN Antioch, lL Lincoln, NE Aurora, IL Akron, OH Kankakee, lL Mt. Joy, PA Cincinnati, OH Elyria, OH Forest Park, IL New Brunswick, CANADA Long Beach, CA Central City, NE Lancaster. WI Ferguson, Glen Wapato, WA Fickenworth, Ruth Western Springs, IL Fikejs, Ann-Laureen Temecula, CA Ford, Martha New Castle, PA Fore, Anita Kansas City, KS Fox, Kenneth Ontario, CANADA 193 x rf' f 2 N' ' 1 ,. we . X ilu 'N ' ' Xxx N " 'X i A F xt '34- I I . t We ii S TF' sd he th- 'E' t 1 f 'Q Q A--Q The strangest people ride CTA, ' 1' 4- A i gi. '- A E' L "37+5' " .ve :A 4 it L5 b ,511 t- i ' I 1 I ',::- , gi 'K-'D L'i M' for ' W ,I E' ., 2 i. if L K 4 " 4 'Z .,, f .45 X . 4 K 'Fu' ' 'en I Eg, X S, :S '-at - lx :I ' , of-X :.' ,Qu x A A .: 'L -' Libr' 'N K .. :-.-.-. 'hum' -.gm f:ii!::F:3t:I-. g f'5Et':iiixq:: mzimzc-:Q-: isis,-M: '1 nz: :ui-.-.-.-. '1::,mXe : x:x:m--2"2-'- :rv-W : N i X Q . A L X 1 "i5""'f 'XF G N' 'V V x . x 'XSx S854 x . X. I . X .A gs . .5 Y -,L "ei . . T it 'I ' -'S-YK gf ,1 X ' , sg ,X 0- QVQ' N' A J x i ,QS '- , fy ' it r 2 - , Y ' , - .V ' , L ., 1 " V ' Jiiiiiggi' , :lc x.. fi :ei " S ur X t J v -,W P---. Q, A X N N 2: L as 'Q i x ' ' x I -.pe Q : 'K ' 43 i E . 'F ' I KW ff, 'L ., .,, Y, 4 S fs ul N . N L lx ' ',5.5.:-- "yi: -:gang w Q. x , Q L' 'S' ' -x ., 1. -Q. A ., N. x tk X 1 ,. TL' S ' i Q .fr -:-'5' 'xxr' "X I-. 39 " . ix : 5' ii? I I - be ' it N sd 5 . . V - 1 X '-.F i 3 : v 4 'Q 1 .:"x,5-fit 3 :,'-215:18 i , U X. V, ,N ,X .-V . fe, tri ,, ' 1' I Goheen, Thomas Gorham, Kent Tacoma, WA Burnsville, MN Gordon, Allan Ontario, CANADA Goss, Peter Chicago, lL Graham, Lois ,T ' .1 'Sf 2 X L . 1' . -.K Q: 1 .Y - ', 1 , , ,. ,- vw,-.-,X 1 ' ' ' .,s:. . '21 -:Lx - . ' t is ri' .+R ' , - . N- - xr Q T af? . rr ,...-. . Gouzoules, Christopher Chicago, lL Janesville, Wl :'-Ei: "EQ x' X., .S w- ,- G xxx Q0 xk ik B A NX xg ,K . t Tl? ,, . x. X' A bt N' x K' X 'vfn fr lg E 3 "SR, J2: ?Qw L 5 wx sl 3- 'Q XSS, 'fp Nw ex X, x Q 4- -J: Y A Fresh, Donaldk Fromm, Brenda Fry, Beverly Fuller, Jeff Fullerton, Jolene Galo, James Garcia, Ralph Gardner, Clifford Gardner, Paul Gay, Gary Carmel Valley, CA Neenah, Wl Livingston, MT Ashland, KY Frankfort, IL Wakemau, OH Martinez, GA Miami, FL Manistee, Ml Lynwood, IL if ' Y .. li wel ' 1? So you're the one who raised the curvel W! ' f XX x N N X 'R A 3 . Q 1 J i Graham, Steven Graves, Marianne Green, Sharon Grzesiak, Brian Gunther, Darryl Gutzmer, Miriam Haag, Colleen Haeck, Miriam Hahn, Bret Haines, Calvin Ontario, CANADA Gifford, PA Fleistertown, MD Lakeville, IN Berwick, PA Whitewater, Wl Ontario. CANADA Port Huron, Ml Ft. Wayne, IN Baltimore, MD Hamlin, Robyn Hammond, Dave Hanna, James Harlan, Drew Harper, Charles Harris, Flandal Hasper, Lars Hathaway, Sandy Hawkins, Sharon Hedberg, Karen Heinsch, Flandy Henry, Art Hensley, Michael Rockford, Ml Bluefield. WV Oak Forest, lL Monkton, MD Window Flock, AZ Lancaster, PA Evanston, IL Cuyahoga Falls, OH Republic, Mi Homewood, IL Mound, MN Edinboro, PA Oceanside. CA Herrin, Debra Madison, IA Herring, Jonathan Elyria, OH Hicks, Catherine Joliet, IL Higby, Daniel Phoenix, AZ Hipple, Linda Morton, lL Hirschler, Thomas Brick Town, NJ .ffl V x ' I' -' f , x la ,QP in ' Q X NN Vw N V N , N: X 1. I -3 X l l x,.-Rf -pw , .T x ix? Q, Y- w -A . Q , R if X 'S f f 5 ' f x A K A . f- Yi f 'rr 59 I -" f l -. . xg , V . -Av:a.'.fa4- x , 7 X 3. Q l X , l 2 Q ,I W S . ' 'U 3 3 , i 3 X 5 l gk 5' Y E 'i Hyde? You would too! ,,qy, - - -:Q-1 N N,--:-f - A - - - Q V X 13, , N Q. , , , , , . ' E W is ' 1 .li i .il ' X , l... , , N , ,f ' ' L, P '--fl , X 1 ,V,-' 1 xg rn ,I X . - Ai 1' J ,Q . P iffy, aT, ' F sis: :Y f u- - ' l IL ' nv l, SX A "Beauty" and "the Beasts" i f .In XI xsiff, .Z X .' 1'- - A ' 5 . . I yfgn 4 K A V Q , 4? Qu' x ' T'-' , YL-N 4 . 2- . 3- '- 1 J -Q ,R Y 'J l 3. 6191 it , A lb Y xx ' x -.-:- . t- IJ ' J' t l, A., ,' ' , ,K-'e.-V 59'-4 , V t Y x t s. There is grass in Chicago, after all. vpv. fx Q- VC X , : ,Y 'S fa , . W' I ' . N , 4 , A E , ' T or xt 9, , .. JZ: r V fy N . A Q- pg L ff, lg., ,, 5 Q of 'nh' 4 1- H ff. X '12 - -f , lj 'J' " A l 1 X5 ' 1 ig 4 NA I E 'Jw JS Hoch, Gaye Rudell Hofstra, Robert Holder, Cheryl Holm, Lynette Hopkuns, Flebecca Hornor, Kathy Hosteland, Lisa Houvener, Paul Hovestol. Stephen Howmgton, J, Scott Hudson, Flonda Hughes, Bryan Hurd, Dale Imer, Jack lngraham, Julle lnks, Melua Inman, Kevin lsmiel, Mary Ann Jackman, Melinda Jamueson, Audrey Jenklns, Jay Johnson, Barbra Johnson, Cherue Palmer, AK Lanslng, IL Concord, NH Windom, MN Elizabeth, lL Springdale, AR Elmhurst, IL Edmonds, WA Delavan, WI Salma, KS Jackson, Ml Clearwater, FL Bronson, Ml Hlgnland, IN Elgln, IL Edina, MN Old Town, ME Chicago, lL Rosedale, IN Ouebec, CANADA Elk Grove, lL Fontana. Wl St. Paul, MN Missing Mom Johnson, Kirsten Johnson, Patricia Johnston, Charles Jones, Amy Jones, Natalie Jones, Rebecca Jukes, Jennifer Kalb, Israel Kamm, Patrick Kamps, Sandra Kane, Michael Kastelic, Bruce Kazner, Keith Kelly, Marcia Kirchner, Carl Kirchner, Victoria Kirkpatrick, Terry Kittaka, Craig Kleinow, Cheryl Korpak, Flanita Kuiken, Joy Kulin, Julie Kumkoski, Brian Chisholm, MN Chicago, lL Chicago, lL Oklahoma City, OK Racine, Wl Baltimore, MD Ontario, CA NA DA Allentown, PA Melrose Park, IL Wyoming, Ml Wayne, NJ Carol Stream, lL Roanoke, VA Livonia, Ml North Haledon, NJ North Haledon, NJ Paynesville, MN. Morton Grove, lL St. Charles, lL Grand Junction, Ml Boca Raton, FL Des Plaines, lL Kenosha, Wl t ,Q -:Q . 9: -A y Q I'm re f--.7 'W , 5, T-5 1 X - 'a f t 9 IV- N 4 'Ck C . l ,1 Q . .fa guilt . f'-- . rf -- 4"- k!ST':j3?T?::, h A , yi S2531 :W , j nc O -ei K J I x- l I , X- , xl.. ' Ag.. I-if 31 Q' -H .N .. ' j, . ', ' I '- L-'L A-5 Qin! C ' . Q - ., 1-:Rig-' . 'N .fr -i 'Lift t - x 5 Y- , F X R ,,N, ' . 'A ' - mtg x x iii. ggi -an W it A I N! Ffg..:i1'P'f1'f" ' ., ,, 2,-1g..'.'.E1, ' M' ,:. I1f,,'3'mf', , - i j: K I Wif i .X Nik .-1 1 -A1 Marge tr , Q -at f - ,,. as A V ,555 " , i , A ,. I 5-A ' 'Tl J -' fb. , W' -, - K4- C, L 'R :iw V 13 I l ,N "7 1' w ' - . t ,Y i' 5 : ' X I V A ' s , " F , 'Aj X i 1 'tl J 2 . 1 lx x uvxfl 'AN glad l don't have to cook. si f ig' 44 'S' ,1 lax TC X iii. , - Y . B" l . E it it s-. ixh. vi, ,X :s S 3,N:.kQ- 5 N , +. ,, so . - X ,w -. W ' X, xx t ga, xx 3 N F it X Q.. w 4 X K " i N.. wgyewg. - T. 'v . I I 8' A fx'?f--'1?f'3EV'fFf5T. T1 X yy i v, 1 , emi, ' Y By, "s c- - J 5 ,, X ,, .,,, ., Q 3 if--f , . il. X CS X X vi, 1 'Q -'SQ' 'x"4gs::wi1-Q"-' - Q , SS f , X ' SYS" X " is Q- x . . ' K "N 5 w r I, .. . s j .5 1 ' , l - X I I ' A ' ,115 'fig awk?-' 'N5"S:WfS??5"fN-fmfi' f u--- -A-yr: x "Y Y sm 'V' , S 5 4 Kuntzelman, Randall Leaf River, IL Kyriazes, Anthony Landis, Dean Laney, Donald Chicago, IL Ouakertown, PA Falls ony, NB Larabell, Nan Algonac, MI Larabell, Nathan Algonac, MI Laue, Kim Burbank, CA Laughlin, David Pleasanton, CA Lee, Debbie Renton, WA N A ' I W' . , : 1 wa- - ' xx- - i gg' . X' -1-xx. ' , ' Xiww 'WS-' ' V ,T ggi: 5- X " ' f- . ' L aryl .. . X N . ' - 2, ' fl . Y If A Lk 'I X. 4 ' if Whites-hot water. ILEFTJ -5 649' Do you have to iron socks? Lee, Howard San Francisco, CA Lehuta, Eileen Elmhurst, IL Lesher, Donald Alsip, IL Liechty, Eric Zion, IL Lin, Nelson Downers Grove, lL Lindstrom, Christine Zion. IL Link, Kathy Fladner, OH Link, Robert Loney, Arlene Lowers, Deborah Lozama, Adlyn Kilbourne, OH Laurelton, NY Westmont, IL HAITI fr' 9:4 Lyons, Annie MacKenzie, Mark Mahler, Jonathan Major, Thomas Maki, John Malanowski, Lynn Mariano, Deborah Marsch, Leonard Marshall, Nancy Martin, Philip f1 'f??3 if ij, n 'd Chicago, IL i Detroit, MI ' Owego, NY ' Mt. Prospect, IL l , - Brimley, Ml ,sig I. fire J: ,if Radnor, OH Waterloo, NY Racine, WI Ontario, CANADA Tulsa, OK I i .:?f7 ., Q, , .U N 1 Q22 :QI X 491iifT f H, N '. I i E 174 Mattocks, David Matuch, Thomas Maughon, Angela May, Julie Mazerolle, Michael McDowell, Michael McNeill, Irene Metcalf, Miriam Midkiff, Gretchen Migliazza, Brenda Don't throw it, eat it! Bellevue, WA Chicago, IL Chattanooga, TN Millersville, PA New Brunswick. CANADA hi Winthrop Harbor, IL Brookfield, IL as Harrisburg, PA lshpeming, Ml DEIIES, TX 9:-Q WWE Martin, Regina Martinson, Gail A 5. txt. . A 'ta . , TY- , i , I .' ,- i. T1-' ' ,-"X xxnf-QF? 129 t 4 x, M- A South Holland, IL Richfield, MN Mathisen, Timothy Princeton, NJ Matovich, John Matson, Louis Matthews, John Barberton, OH West Chicago, IL Oregon, WI 3 I ,A""' TW V3 L L 'Ni E' Sl - f ., 1 . , Y E-' ,L-, - , x ,' Y, i 1 ' s X ' 1 lr 0' . X fi . ii , si I' I 7h Freshmen Fun at County Fair Miller, Hannah Miller, Jim Milligan, Charles Morey, Julie Moritz, Mark Morris, Amanda Morris, G. John Morton, Lynn Murphy, Eileen Murrill, Danny Myer, Douglas Myers, Vicki Nash, Theo Nearbin, Rebecca Neff, William Nichols, Christian Norby, Karla Alberta, CANADA Racine, WI Catlettsburg, KY London MIIIS, IL San Diego, CA Muskegon, Ml Mon tello, WI Lombard, IL Brooklyn, NY Hagerstown, MD Lancaster, PA Kane, PA Albion, MI Chicago, IL Lancasrer, PA Chicago, IL Kenosha, WI 'f 4 'f'.,1- S A ...- .A Fimywwf-2 r L. 5 an 0156 ffsuzwr - J, :W- ww-. 7 f,,J',Q--, if qingfgg! myg15zw,f bcfanzamgfi USD Gfuifg fQEi7?z2??C55?f?GvTi7U? is? miimrivf., X..J X f 6, fl "QU K5 .. X K I, V If .- , , , . fjy, ui' " f 5 4. I If f f Y Y f ff' 'I KV I!! X ', x X. L - ,- ,-im-, ,J Q 7x ,f ,L NX NR , - Q 5 'N . 335' Q fs D . ' . ,- f 1 ZX. I, . . X ,. Q A 1,5 .4 .iv :LL 1 1- A 3... ' ,Na r 'X Y A51 ft- V 5- 71, XXRXXNA 1 " fwali' . S-X if-'ff 1 . 'H Q 1 - T., A- A J -A ff " ,,fa"' l . an givln 1 J ' 1 I?-5 .2 ' ,f wp M , . 1 , U J! I ff I K Y J! X 1. 11' , I, , ll, : t.v1,?-F '--gf: g:g2Mse?' - Vjfivlpif' . H ,wtf , 1-' K A K s W .uh - NS. xx A 5" fi a T I I . Qt . .M -Z - A . , .L :- y .JA ' 'Ig-1., . fr, Nb. . fn . .mf 2 A X vt .D Familial' F3693 R L QQ L , he P 1 6 X ' ,. , --. ' ff . . 2 . Nunley, Terri Lorain, OH U ,,.. , y- lg gy "' " Si, .- -- N Nysirand, Karin Eikharr, IN K. W xg, f Oberg, Cheryl Muskegon, Ml y E V' 1 ' ' K, N ' ' O'NeaI, Franklin Hampton, VA . D ii '- ' YSF, ., '- - 4, , Orner, Dawn Trenton, Ml A P57 ' V 224, 'fl Xgsf , f- 3,1-.YQ if ml! f 'Q ., r - i Q .-A "" fi M5 is KN. ' ' W ra f. N orio, Cheryl wausaukee, wi ,ff Y Patterson, Floy, Jr, Chicago, lL AW ,- . fit A ,, f' , Q 4, -- i' ' Pearson, Donald Wayland. Ml '?'f',,' Qi". f I ff, ' Persson, Phillip Leslie, AR -M , 'QS Peterson, Josephine Zion, IL gif' ,,, Powell, Arthur Newfield, NJ ,nf Freshman Orientation: "Haven't I met you before?" Pozza, Sheryl Akron, OH . -. I 2 Pratt, Craig Hammond, .uf V , " . 'N 87 'i f . :' -, .- if N' X3 f Z' J' ,i x 7-- , l , A f i .' ' ' 1 ,- - r fs- , A ' Prensner, Cathy n X - M U I in Wauwatosa, WI -, ' 2 i?4,..-'if " L-if' S 'Fig I f - 2, i, 5 -Q A " - 2, ,.,, 1, , I X -' '- -- 4 Nh, .1 f ' "....L-114 Q " , . Ei V " ' ' 1 'tx:x1i-i'..t:l-:4,.s,W M Y, Y A ,A , -.Q f x- l 5:7 4 TM: 7 - J fb 1. +4 2 '5 "lf you act enthusiastic, you'll be enthusiastic!" 56. R s N X A gr .f i f , . ', X -P5 gin tv, X D qx Q X55 ' :S X vu Q xx X w x X ,Q 9 t ,Al -v4 1-4 .ul 102 if . , What a beauty! tThat last play, I meant. :Nw - !Iv -, l'1'f 53 I :ri i s- II ' .Ji X. ,qi . -S. 1 , PTE K xwixx ,.... t, -, , -, B 9,4 5-' . ' 1.x x ani t x N Ac 2 .si- Q2 V-1 Tvs -.1-V Y -.-Q . . .-1 r vi' ' l 1- W. . , x X, 6 , S: ' iz 'ur SY" V ' x 1 X X " pw X . C Q me .. .-.- A X 4 'Y .,:,ig,1,,,.. ., mg,-' 43:95 lx, 3,04 'aff' ' 4 ,?,.',.5, .. 03' 'Mp' ."v5Nv1'!t3 is 3 , KC: 5 i'?'r5f i ' 1 A u iv., 15 ,, 159.5 vo-4 -h . ,-. flfivfity' 't 3"'lrZ' 'fsgeaa' H-if-ze.' :!Lz'J13,ijL '.'.'.'.'.'.f:4' . .we F --fs Witt ' , x - . v X , , E? 'P V xo. gr' R' N ' ,WAQ4 X' V tx is ,Q , Price, Susanna Quade, Brenda Quiggie, Sharon Ramos, April Joy Normal, IL Beloit, WI Orchard Lake, Ml Portland, OR Ramsey, Terri Elyria, OH Rasey, Dennis Chicago. IL Reed, Jonathan Baltimore, MD Reedy, Belisa Colonial Heights, VA Rehmer, Donna Farmington Hills, MI Reichman, Rebecca Jo Yellville, AR Richards, Marvin Rider, Kinne Fairdealing, MS Hartsville, SC Rieckman, Pamela Rockford, Ml Riggs, Lawrence Robarts, Donalda Roberts, Timothy Rocha, Manny Jo Rodin, Darvell Rogers, Suzan Rojas, Annette Rolierson, Harvey Rosing, Lisa Rundle, Dave Harwood Heights, lL Ontario, CANADA Leesburg, VA Chicago, IL Valley City, ND Kettering, OH Chicago, IL Chicago, IL Ingleside, lL Ontario, CANADA J "But I wanted 8 treat." Schexnayder, Daniel Joliet, IL Schirmacher, Alan Schmitt, Mary Ann Schneider, Joan Schulte, Timothy Scott, Barb Searle, Kathryn Seegraves, Carole Shaw, Kathryn Shaw, Thomas Shepard, Jean Shev, Michelle Shickley, Carol Shuck, Fiobert Sigmon, Tom Simenson, Timothy Simmons, Becky Sjogren, Jill Sloat, Scottk Slot, Calvin Madison, WI Grand Rapids, MI Worth, IL Quakertown, PA Moline, IL Brentwood, TN Pontiac, MI Wheaton, IL Van Wert, OH Norton, OH Coral Springs, FL Mequon, WI Security. CO Troy. Ml Lockport, IL Ramona, CA Chisholm, MN New Lenox, IL Decatur. IL 21..kg,1., J 1 o , I r 23 x,f '51 X ' 2' F! .v:fI.-1 :N-X K 5 T" iN 'R 1 ,N ,M is L., . -- ---- -f N.,, I Si T .Q :5 x .' Fluotosi, Lynnette Sample, John Santhouse, Paul Sarnicola, Anthony Scallia, Kimberly Scarvelli, Michelle ' H "" rim, A l f ggi , . ,.,-iriig' "fi'yZg.-47 a'4:":'f, j Eff? 55:-AQBQQ ' Q ri" 'vs t A.. Tu, J .-f, V, L 'li f' g. - :SNK ' 3"4 A 5 x E ' - Gilbert, MN Cordora, IL Seminole, FL Auburn, NY Richardson, TX Cleveland, OH ii t -vw -. -tg: I .A 'W K .X X 1 twig 5 .N-.ef K . 4 A - w., i ' ,ms Nix, 4, I e A . 4 . -F S. " U, .if S RX -,-x, 1 S 'Ex w 7- , ...i ' ,es-Q-I I t fl, :Sf-'X . u i , T322 Q. as 1 -r , gi Ip ix A Lg s.. , - ,1 1-V 5 " . A- ' 4 xw"" g. i 1 4 A N , .. 3- g ij. , .-ram, A t ., .- Q 5 'ijv 1 K 1 use-4 I 4"-h E l , S X S Q All X X N X X A Qvix W ,f N X Y r- ,5 Q, ci in J ' fa all Apple Valley, MN Halloween Antics Q 'I' QQ- Nag- 1 .lifgz . "if b 'X Q 3 .X ff ' . Sminkey, Elizabeth Wyoming, DE ci, ' Smith, Donna Romulus, Ml " 5- N Y' Smith, Lloyd Paramount, CA N 2 ' Smith, Malcolm URUGUAY Q ' l A Smith, Richard Schiller Park, IL -N ifsag,-ca i it-fl' 5 'N-J ,Q f - I Q X-RW X Sl'-f E, ,Q ,W 5., , N .Q xx X N 0 Q, Q . 1 X I f Rx ' I an-1:19 ....- ,,,-W' -mf ...nv rg my way to Jerusalem. -.- R 'V' ' -f W5 , . 'X ' 'Mic 3 I if? V? X' , ,. ' .X gif Q N ' Q3 , C :tg if-V 1' ,. ff 'QQ' W pl. L 7. . B. na L Y, ,sf ty:-.f X. i- l' . ,l fa ,,-1 of 'vi 'v- iinizx' Fw' N -r . Y X 1- :'- ar-. - e ga t if 1:51 3 I , 1 ' V K Q-.1 - K 4 'lr N ,x 'W Y rf. s Snodgrass, Karen Snyder, Daniel Snyder, Diane Spahn, Susanne Spearman, David Spehle, Susan Splegelberg, Lauren Spltler, Alan Stanley, Debra Stassen, John sterbln, April Stewart, Randall Stopoulos, Wllllam Stradlot, Mark Highland Heights, OH Strand, Nathan Summach, Monty Swanson, Carl Swlnborne, Juleen Swlneford, Prlscllla Taylor, Kent Taylor, Patty Lake Havasu, AZ Benton, Harbor, MI Painesville, OH Rockford, IL Chicago, IL Chippewa Falls, WI Lorain, OH Cissna Park, IL Lancaster, NY Woodstock, IL Racine, WI Palatine, IL East Moline, IL Kane, PA Saskatchewan, CANADA Ivory Coast, W. AFRICA Warren, MI San Leandro, CA Rochester, MI Say it with Love . V 1 iff sv A'-A ' A letter to my Love. Vander Werf, Barbara Vanderwerf, Terry Vogel, Christopher Vogelpohl, Ronald Walker, Clayton Honey, l'm up here. t Terrill, David Thomason, James Royal Oak. Thompson, Debra Long Prairie, MN Thomson, David Bedford, MA Thornton, Gregory McHenry, IL Tillery, Alan Hamilton, OH Tosch, Timothy Mt. Prospect, lL Troff, Wayne West Concord, MN Trulson, Darrel North Branch, MN Turner, Lynne Daisey, TN Turner, William Mansfield, MA Van Cleave, James Northbrook, IL " ,.,,:- . V Q -qfntgzr . . 'N -:N .-si , I. 25 5 ,qv-,. .Sl Calumet City, lL fi - ,A ' .. .Ni Lansing, Ml 5-,Nj P, M 'fr 2,-. Lancaster, PA - Pi 'T 5? - X. -ji Elyfia. OH kg -.. ' 1 Peoria, lL 41.5. . 355, ij, JS, ,451 , - .iii Sf.. - 1:25. LT' A ratieftme, are Clay, NY Ml 313155 vi ' ' x X .C 's A L X I , 5 L 2:-Saw' 'f-T'E:F"T-"Qs x N-x-Q, ,:g,-- A . wx- - X :iss Ps. fm, 5 L N 'Y .:i, 1 X' my 1-1 eff' I QQAM' ,f ,ff 4 f I - 8 1 c i 'ws' l ,V f of ' 7 45 f WXQGS9 f, ul L l' fQ':fib:::.1:-'."- "sx5i':Z,j", A ,..,. , , if V ' "' 'F- ' .Q ga.- K' Q, i " , -1 l fy t J , , - w 'Xi P t J 5 :Slit -J? H, ' 1 ...N N ::,:,-- .R bi T A x X X 4' l it f - Q 6.5 .rr .QW Q- X Nigygk vox N X ke 2 X 'QXN fi 11 N MQ f 7. 1 wi W X e E i-" I -. ff, . ' ' -fx .. V XNQE I X P' X x 1 52? S 1' " X J-K5 N . 'F ' , it EQ v Q X 1 '. N?-Y .-N f: x - X 'E -N: -' "" X vt ,- - - 519 ' , K xv- '. X if v ' A ' . t, MQ: 4 L , x -w ,. 9 lg, g N I as K W ee!-1r'x3. 55:15 vs Ax is... at ' : . 3 ' YE ,I ff-. 4. t .-12 'I Kuff: A 43,-' -,, L N.: ' ' xt. ,li V -4' I :K - , Q- ' N N mt b .X W , . . - .- ,lg 3, -4' 5' Ei Q , xslx Y , 3 . , 5'5" do ' E-Er' x -,X I ,SS- X .h :vig fl. 5 is? .vu sl li 1 51 . H :XG ' 741 ' 'N :Y - au' ' A: v -.. i , ,r . ,' llifi' , -NE: Q Y QER X X x QQ Y 7 'L+ is ' 5' X x x 5 S l K S X px kt K' Walker, Jeffrey Walton, Scipio Ward, James Warden, Jon Washburn, David Wass, Sandra Watkins, Jan Weber, John Weimer, Jack Weimer, Kathie Edmonds, WA Lynwood, WA Waupun, WI Chicago, IL Lost Hation, IA Plalnwell, Ml Lansing, Ml Gering, NB Valparaiso, IN Valparaiso, IN ,Sys w V AX 1 S Q V' V ' r .X iQ: is if X Wilkin, Harold - ' Williams, Brenda Q, xxQN- N 5 L S if-. XL Nm ,x ' , rv. r ami ,Q :.,, ss. Williams, Mary Anne Wilson, Kevin Woelke, Roberta Wolfe, Dave Wolfe, Steven Aurora, IL Tempe, AZ Racine, WI Marion, OH Chicago, IL Royal Oak, Ml Royal Oak, Ml ' Wright, Sharon Oak Park, IL YQ LR Yankey, Debra Joliet, IL A '-- V , York, Jeffrey Greenfield, MA YY York, Luanne Greenfield, MA 'EJ " Zimmer, Betty Zion, IL Wells, Mark Park Forest. IL Whitmer, Pamela Wheaton, IL Whitton, Rena South Hadley. MA Wiegman, Thomas Puebla Pue, MEXICO Wilcox, Bruce Rangeley, ME Ss. tt -, ,A N They call this Agape love? i . .H- X .-. x OA. r .-lo' ' 'Y IW' j .1 Alfred F. Gage Chicago, IL is-miqgxx pie' -X? f f sr l Robert Kennedy Oak Park, IL 3. Q 'A 3 . 'l W. Evening School Graduates M Evening school students listen intently as a prof lectures. 'i ., Y. ' 'rl fly!-Q13 ' - ff .A faq l' rv,-t' , . ,:t:. T xi., " I -,- ',g-- , '- 'X O ' A ' 'f-1 QR .ff :.-:- :.' ' J? -. ' t -'img' '. ii- N ,Li f N I g gu i ,N T'-qv-'Y ' 3 V T, Q -N -. I its at -I X , I 1- I -. ff 't M 2 1, F E ,- .xp Irene Gilmer Caledonia Greene Norma Hunt Chicago, IL Chicago, IL Chicago, IL . .wg F f .' 1- , A ax 'X nf ' i M, , xx f f If iimifti V Q XXI' ' - M 1' RQ? 11 rf . PNN-C: . X 5 ' . 5 gy Q HRX Q f -' P pf 'i Jessie Larkin Ch1cago.IL Flay Mc Collum Chfcago, IL Horace Montgomery North Chicago, IL 'm 'ii Mary Ann Clark Chicago, IL Dorothy Mae Frazier Chicago, IL 2 : 5 In f, Q ov J' . u.. 4' , ' 5 Charles Jones Chicago, IL ,F ,,,, .A John Mulder Wheaton, IL it -.1 I I l I I I l I I ,xt XII xi ,- 4 :V . ,. and Mrs. Leo Schefe enjoy dinner in the Coffee ' f-0 ,I Ya I ,J 1 .,... 0 Juanita Purnell Chicago, IL Annie Vaughters Chicago, IL I ..f I I : Joseph Richardson LaGrange. IL William Watts Chicago, IL I fic .V - Hill' .t Cove before classes. x I Estelena Neely chicago, IL I Sarah Pillow Chicago, lL kv-Cf f .W A I -r .3 ' . Q ,fa A-X , , '9 x 9 ff S Lillian Sauter Wheaton, IL 04 Charity Wirt Chicago, IL S . .I . 4, :N-Q:-' . I tc: :5, .V l. George Samzik Louise Ulmer Berwyn. IL Chicago, IL Night has fallen on Moody Bible Institute. A quiet army enters through the Arch, and moves silently toward Fitzwater Hall. Once there, the group swiftly divides into smaller units and fills the building, Unknown to the campus popula- tion, MBI evening school students are preparing to learn Learning for the evening student is different from the day school student. "ln evening school, the people are making a sacrifice-working eight hours and then coming to school," said Mrs. Candy Schefe, an employee at MBI and evening school student. "There are many people trying to work the study of the Bible into their professions." Other evening school students consider age the only difference. "The day school students are younger," said Mrs. Irene Johnson. "Our motive is the same-we come to learn about God." Most feet at MBI trudge ever onward in hope of someday obtaining that prized Bachelor's degree. But there are some travelers here who have made it beyond four years of college, these students comprise the ASP class. Despite this academic distinction, there is little difference between the Advanced Studies Program and the other three classes. "We're just like the other students," said Carl Bierdeman, ASP class president. "We're here because we need Bible training. lt's all hard work, we can relate to the other students in homework and tests." A.S.P. ci.Ass OFFICERS lien to rightiz Bruce Borders, Vice President, Stuart Heywood, SMU Flep.g Carl Bierdeman, President, Donna Schultz, Corresponding Secretary, Vivian Eng, StuCo Rep., Nancy Simpson, Recording Secretary, Faith Henderson, Treasurer. wi Agriss, Steven York, PA Baxter, Flicky Cambridge, MN Bedford, Victoria Chicago, IL Borders, Bruce Covey, Kathleen Craver, Roberta Datsko, Bob Derks, Denise Elsenbraun, Tom Eng, Vivian Ericson, Barbara Col Gleason, Bonnie Gleason, William Goss. Sandra Graham, Susan Gross, Carolyn Gustafson, Debra Harris, Larry Heinbuch, David Henderson, Faith Heywood, Stuart Huddle, Jean Johnson, Ann Johnson, Anne Lorene Karwoski, Gary Belleville, IL Evergreen Park, lL Elmer, NJ Chicago, IL Kingsford, Ml Flanagan, IL Cupertino, CA orado Springs, CO Chicago, IL Chicago, IL New Britain, CT Cleveland, OH Pound, WI Richfield, MN Alamogordo, NM Anderson, SC Bethesda, MD Chicago, IL Berwyn, IL Kingston, MA St. Petersburg, FL Chicago, IL , J, 1 I AP, A.S.P.-A Higher Degree . Q if gd ., . , 1. -1' -4 ' x X 1, l D I J ' ffl' -'I ,gel -.f -Hz V'-Qlf' We .L-ff. .i 'W -5 '? .... 4' r. wel .5 -x i . ,,. . 11... is ' "RTR .fl f wr -- M wr' jg-' 1 ' WS: ' N -s A F, ' r Aa! ,f fs. A ,. 1551 5 V 1'-5 on CTV .x -Q .1-fl' -I 'il ..... L.. A I? .gb F' wars .'?T"'5' I . .1 . 1 QXVV-dt ,,' If S I. I J' f,r"'v' . ,N A . -.Q , xi, , Y ,. ,Y 3 T . Y sh' h e at if A , it fr .JT . i T- N '. i , K -I ..5,Sj,:t Q 5 A I vu J Y . -tl X . A -r L, get Sf. . hoxg- V i.. s. X Q ,,,..,xxg V QF? "yi ' in A ff- ' I . l, 1 Ci . gy . i x l tt xt- 1' ' - il iz'14f'iii.t I xg ,. 'S P V: 'V A . f ti. S N. 1 if ',:ag::,Q:, L M -.n 'uh vvvs-, -.31.v.gg. ' ' N. ' 54 X- - 'wk , :P N .-N, ai " -u lu Q ry ., . A, . N -5 - it 4 :f iff: , . ' " 4-Elf, xl N :5:' 3:-. .P NQ f '4 A , Y x ,. ' . :Q fSQ.,TT- ' Bib, 1, ' X A, 'Z -lsxp.. ,l - if ' , :fl ii N- - K Elf? ' 4 N A A -w b I Yew 4' 'i . " , , 1 5+ V H. Y , 33.-f-'-4 iv k . N iv,-'O X lzjix ,ig ii ? Kerr, Colleen Krekel, Catherine La Duke, Melanie Leet, Nancy Mock, Roger Moffat, Scott Munguia, Ida Norton, Thomas ,A , .. ff Nl L. S if Q if .Ii e- J Y' 125'- Wieler, Constance Wilson, Jill Wong, Leona San Francisco, CA Ontario, CANADA Chicago, IL St. Louis Park, MN Omaha, NE Chicago, IL Mt. Prospect, IL Niles, IL Prospect Hts., IL Woodridge, IL Chicago, IL wi' x 'Y Stepping out, reaching out, sharing God's love. E. N V KW M :. gc: Q-:Qt . X .- S ' E Q X sr' ,.-N' .qggfd tx'j i - wxb- ' ,115 I, ,N , f-fr x X J Rustine, Paul Binghamton, NY Ryan, Mark Woodstock, IL Schellenberg, Flita Alberta. CANADA Schultz, Donna Ogden, UT Shilling, Gregory Lima, OH Simpson, Nancy Kalamazoo. MI Stoery, Jodianne Northbrook, IL Sweet, David Battle Creek, Ml Thacker, Wendell Hillside, IL Ward, Patricia Fllver Vale, NJ POST GRADUATES Bell, Raymond Chicago, IL Hough, James Chicago, IL - A P 4, 4: W " '-'-5' i 'L 'N , i jx, 3.7.' X31-1 AA", '17 '1 1 . ,Q Q ff- ,fs qs' 1 3 4+ I ' 'I .Q " 'X ' w ' A , ' ,, H Aw 5:-af . 5 Y -Q . 1 xqi .Nh ' 5 PXQ ge R1 R. f. ' i X . N K - s ' . Q 1 Q Ns x 'QS E it u' ' 5 Q Qvp X ' -s,! . '?s ' ' 5 Q . x x 1 .I x Y, . QU . 5 . 5' 4 is 'W C I y U rx 4 '-,. Ldv A ma. C- 7' V ,tm 5., -..rd ' ' . 1 0 I '14 ,- - Q + . g ' ..O 'I : fx 4 " sb. 'f , 11 ' 2 . 'Iv' N - '- , Q xi-:X Q ' A ,, 1 -H "'V ' ,,-rv' ....4. I h "V K ' gg-is 1 . - Y v.'v':-Y A -g."n M, I 4 .V ,. .VL Aix'-.J 'tink' 1 it-,I-.'E A, .R if ' ,. 4 ,L X A 1f'il:."w13,.5'- ff- I-.4 -I f 15 .H 7: .A nw 5-1 I N-.. , ,- Q' "HG, . . , .,?'H4'i"V .. ,"'A"1.i-ji,fnggt-',-X 55,1 '3 'Q s " . .---. ' ' - f ...-. tv' - -.4. -, -, ' v 'I ' 111"gA,1fp"-2.',,::.,4.- . ' -,gym ',..N- Y 9,5 3- 1 ' , ' ' ' s 1.4, '--ff,f'..4"ig.lf'lfx!yt:-21.61514 ,X-'ffi Aja- v lv' 19-rf-1 H :iii , ' . . ' f11 ."'E'f'2 f?a4-1.wi if 'QJQ 3-"i'fi1v -.5 1 ' L - " 1 - ' 33' 1+-752 -fy - .- I '1 Fm-: 2.2?EQ2':,LL'L1. ZA, ., .,........a...L , ,..., ,.., , .-- -..Y.........,.. 44. -- .-, - L..-.L4.x, - fu--,L.,, ,..-- ,. ,pu L' .1 I r V O n ,P f 1 c I A - fa 'rf ff-1' Special Students Bartel, Angela ..i. 1 -f 'Q L' Bergstrom, Sara ,KA ve, Q1 Crosby, Marcia ' K ' Gibbard, Paul ' - W' A N nn Jacob, Debbie ' g 'A U A,:R,li i A ' X ' 't 3 - i X . ...nj X 95 A 4 "' fn Lf, v. .1 x -EL! xx , , . sf A -Q-ff Q , ix M 'I ,l X -. L, z l tt WD Special students? But isn't Moody full of "special students?" Well . . . yes and no. "Special Students" is a classification given to the 33 or so young people that have come to study at Moody Bible Institute for a single year. Their decision to study for only a year was . R ,. R, ' A McCaskill, Stuart Parks, Judy Pollock, Cheryl Pontier, Marilyn Pontier, Ronald x arrived at as a result of various ,1 A circumstances. , ,,. , I For some, finances were a ' ,, ' problem. For others, time was a ' crucial factor: "I wanted to get I x some good Bible training before 1 g ij moving on." Still others came Q " ' . . . 0 Q :- 9 because ofthe privilege of being Q ' 1 able to pick any classes for their g AI ,t curriculum. Special Students. . Z U Another reason why MBI exists. x , , 4 Q A .tl Unclassified, perhaps, but not unstudied. , Q. Popp, Margaret ,J 1 1 P Ritchie, Mark 6-fi ' TS, Semplinski, Joyce - Q. X ' , Simmons, Laures 4-ff ' 'V 1 l! 511f'.'5- ' Stabile, Michael f eff" ' ' ' 4 f jf . N ' '- .,67?'5"f,5 f jeff' 1!f'g".' :5 .' in S N . f LQ -... 1' Swan, John Q Tetzlaff, Helga Wallin, Nancy Wheeler, Dan Wheeler, Flichard gl R K, fjgtigf Q -vw :. 9+ K .- -- .G ,aj ,fffi if kv . A Ji X fb , Spring Students K W . 4 ' x ,S ' ' f or A , li XR fl , - x,-.,xw1 XX' lfkfi 1 - '- itll b 1 97 0 .2 -3 'w .Y A 1 x 1 ,telf V ., N .J J' x i W1 . , r Q' Qi' x A I xN ' -'lv "You See, I Can smile! Ensign, Janice Gramling, Terrell Gunsteens, Timothy Hawkins, Helen Adams, Bonnie Adams, Dave Baust, Jeanette Beasley, Randy Benesch, Susan Bettinger, Dave Bixler, Jenny Butler, Deidre Castle, Jerry Chapman, Clark Cionca, Charles Davidson, Joanne Dean, Deborah Deckand, Mark Edwards, Robert Hayward, John Hayward, Steve Horton, Marty Jacobs, Bruce Johnson, Lin Jolliffe, Carol Kellner, Paul Koontz, Carla '-.- X v. 11' y. 9 Q- . I - Q-.3 .AJ -m in ,, t fx 5 v X., 't Q3 wt f 5 .' 5 I it , 's',E!4S .fl Q.. .QQ y A. ,,,. 9. 'fl' - 's fl x Eff ' jk' cf . X .. . X X , X . xv 'N X J X. t -X 't xV ': . 5-i'Qh .L A-.1 2: "And ou thought l wouldn't stick my tongue out." Y 1 W 5 , i 'I Coffee: my cup ol tea Leal, Daniel Loayza, Carmen Lonski, Edward Lonski, Lawrence Luetscher, Dale Lundelius, Jay McClure, Tim McDougall, Daniel Melnick, Jim -' Morden, Glyn . 5 A 4 I' .X i if V 4 , i 9 it . W, 7' . Q 4' L 4 . 1 ' L ,- of ff, S lla A Ni sr- nf, ' tid X N Yi. 'C -:A r:n,r:il A :Q - xx? 15.3 gg. Q , A I u wg 5 r 3 , .ff 'I r s.. ...V ww Mugford, Cleve Naatz, Flick Newman, Darryl Noverini, John Otten, Richard Owens, Francis Popenfoose, Joel Rieke, David Santaferraro, John Sari, Louis Shanahan, Pam Showalter, Thomas Steimle, Judy Stoddard, Susan Taylor, William Thames, Karl Vitollo, Francis Von Meding, Edward Wasmuth, Scott Worst, William X N .,. gf m , S A if -Q .-A! As .51 NPA I LL: K "I knew l should have eaten Wheaties this morning." -s 5'3- 'tr 'Xf- Y,-4' 2 I .X .M gr it .,k f 5 X iii 9 'E 23 .A 4 s . l' 2 Ji Q :3 sl ' 'r w 4, 4 53' L Aw 2 Q gg' jjj .5 .4 .V L . if 5 Qu . M 2 V -. N V L L , rf. N 'Q' 'S-1. x-g.f'lA, NES. 'fx agfm Q 4? ,V lg! .ffq Communit Life Chicago. did I press my feet deeply into your sand so you would not forget that a child of God walked in your city? Could someone see my marks and find my Saviour? "Jesus spoke to them. saying 'I am the light of the world: he who follows me shall not walk in the darkness. but shall have the light of life. ' " A John 8:12 'J tl 2JW 1lllllllun-lv 4 K , Ig l9 ff9"'f '2f' ' fl 745 lf! V' SWVLZ-iff? "-'41, Pg 'Q' -"""""P-as lV - ' '?. is to Q .M ff'-f .nl ,Y 5 ' I' , I , ' ' 1- ,f 3 ' V f 1 - " Z-f or A ' . 4' f 7. , gs fi, .,,. wr! 3 o' XVX f 5 ,Z f , , l,.1gu.g5g, ,Q . , X - W Us 71' il,-":3'g7Q.Q-It 'Y ' U! ki su f- , ' ' wr: vmzff gym' I-.,' - ' N, , Q.fgZzi54f1f" X ' W f X XX X 1. -s Q4 2,-o""'k"". n'd I, Pacific Garden Mission Beams the Gospel I n Around the World through "UnshackIed!" For 101 years Pacific Garden Mission has reached down-and-outers. But for the past 27 years PGM has also reached all sorts of people-around the world novv-through its unique Gospel radio drama, HUnshackled!" Countless thousands hear this broadcast on 425 stations in the US. and 21 other countries. An example of how God uses "UnshackIed!" is reflected in the story of Mary Irvvin, vvite of astronaut Jim lrvvin. She tells ot her coming to Christ in her book The Moon ls Not Enough lZondervanl, l-lere, my car toward the docks, Here I began to sketch an old bottle, bent nails. Like my lite. Aimless. Worthless, I reflected. I thought about those people from "Unshackled!" lthis program by now had become important in my lifej. In desperation I prayed, "Lord Jesus . . I turned away from my hopeless condition and looked only in faith to God. The miracle occurred. I felt washed inside. My heavy heart became light and free. I could sing and hope again. ' 1 A5 1 5 fO'7d,emSted from me DOOR' is Mary Fora complete account of Mary lrvvin's 45 N Q Wm S S OW' conversion to Christ, vvrite: :W My ' Turning the car radio dial one day in P,OdUCe,S of M-it it SF, s 'X early 1970, lheard a man tell about his ' ' 4 In ' 'tr . life. l-le had reached rock bottom and n UNSHACKLED' " """"N, - had been lifted from his pit of despair ' by Jesus Christ. The program was 5 PGM's "UnshackIedl" , I Later after a screaming bout at home - I I Mary Irwin, Wife of A5tf0n3Uti prior to ,lim's flight to the moon, I M Comes to Christ Through HU!" slammed the Kitchen door and headed GRESHAM. OREGON 97030 646 SOUTH STATE STREET CHICAGO, IL50605 Our Hypemikon ICoIlegel class meets the issues of today Q ' "'A .1 ""i 'T ' . . - i i QQ CQ i tCli ill E 0 L 99 aio is if 0 1 gg i 9151555 t 'vt Wg I E . '1i:?1i,i?21.i. , f,' tiki ' -s-- E 2958 NORTH DAMEN AVENUE - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60618 RevTCharIesL Simpson, Minister T' SUNDAYS: WEDNESDAYS: lgfv jOS2Dt1gIVCt2Uf10fi. CBKLMS. Minjisgir Of Visgition 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 7:15 p.m. Bible Study EV BTTTQS TISTEFISQU, IVIISIEV O TISIIGH CTUCOTIOH . ' . Mr Timothy Dietlin, Minister of Music Church Prayer Servlce - Awana , I 5:00 p.m. Youth Groups For transportation to the church call 6:00 pm' Evening Services Student Church membership offered 477-6716 Wt Fields: I - '5 1 it 6 grit-visit Columbia i People: linen your mouth Eskimo sayin ARCTIC Missions uvc. indian sox 512 T Ministries: Y Village Ev e ism I '-,' "" 1 T - Urban Work - . 3 Victory High School " ' z X Arctic Bible Institute 'i K Area Bible Schools " t K , Q Extension Bible Institute if " 'P V Correspondence Courses if-, Xu' Multi-Media Productions Native Institute of Canada , 'M , LftEflYB?:ffCi1f1'Di 7th Floor Q Water Tower Place 280-2700 i , 1 I mg., Mit .1 N 1 wlllxt WN- i 1 14 t'll- 13: iizitlf 1 s- I -I 19118 Q . 1 111 , N l'3i 11 Lillllftil, in 'al'uIMI'fi wQ3w f 1,tW,QIv, it 1 til: ill Still: xml 1 1 ' liiiit 'iq , quit' ii, 1'l3' th , ,in In S111 Q I - H hi 111 it i. . IH ' In 111 V 'I Ig,-:nil mga .4., . lilly iii -I Ni iii We at Lawson YMCA wish to extend our best wishes to the 1979 graduating class of Moody Bible Institute. May the future hold many exciting experiences as you strive to serve God and the Chicago community. Lawson YMCA Student Memberships Include FITNESS CLASSES Unlimited participation in over 40 classes, offered in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings, seven days a week. HANDBALL, RACOUETBALL, SQUASH COURTS GYMNASIUMS Two gyms available for basketball, volleyball, jogging, and general conditioning, WEIGHTHOOMS Three completely equipped areas including an Olympic weight room, Universal Gym, and an exercise flightweightl facility. SWIMMING POOL Available for lap swimming Monday thru Friday from 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM: Saturday from 1:00 to 5:30 PM, Sunday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. There are occasional swim classes during these periods which will use a portion of the pool. COURSES FOR ADULTS Seventy classes, including instruction, in racquetball, tennis, swimming, investing, dance, languages, speedreading, and many more, at reduced rates. For Information: Call Courtesy Desk 944-6211 Lawson YMCA 30 West Chicago Avenue Congratulations to the Class of '79 Pray for the Peace ofwlerusalem AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR ,IEWISH EVANGELISM 5860 North Lincoln Chicago, Illinois 60645 STEINER CORPORATION 225 West Chestnut Chicago. IL 60610 337-4080 AMERICAN LINEN SUPPLY 4 MOODY BCDOKSTORE N Headqua r+ers for fhe Bes+ in Chris'ria n Li+era+ure Films and Filmstrips Music Books Bibles Sunday Sthool Curriculum Christian Ed. Materials Books Gift Items Pictures and Plaques Records School and Office Supplies Cassettes Complete Catalog Tapes Phone Service We fry +o mee+ your every need .- 0 O Hu, Gur President Our real problem in life is one of selection. lt is not possible to read all the books, see all the sights, and experience all the possibilities of life. Constantly we must choose the very best for the glory of God. My wish for you is found in the Bible, 'Follow after love" ll Corinth- ians 14:1l. Make the love of Jesus Christ your goal and, "Keep your- selves in the love of God" lJude 11213. We love you. Your friend, cf f X. f 6, l COMMITTED TO: 'Ir EVANGELISM AND ESTABLISHING THE LOCAL INDIGENOUS CHURCH 'lr SOUND DOCTRINE 1k LEADERSHIP TRAINING 'Ir UTILIZATION OF THE MEDIA For information write to Candidate department CAM International 8625 La Prada Drive Dallas, Texas 75228 CAM...A como cowcslmz IIZIIIIIII Your 1 Il IIG SG11e X III , , Moron hospitality - LODGE --J 720 S N. LA SALLE sr. ciiiciirso, ILL. sosio PHONE 664-8100 ' 4. N. ,I A 'Iv 'L .mn I' I --"""""f""i --. ""'-A-LA-.. B I wi i L v . ji .v 'f:.,.Ei. ' A v Q1-is " " ' Niki I" I -I II I 'L .. .mf "W H "' I . itil - :tm-i:g.au5N i.a1 . ,f -p 1 - rti w ' - -, - -A oAwG'n BURGER I I MISTER CYS Home of the Famous No. I CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '79 AND WELCOME TO THE MOODY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION I I ,, 1 Back Row Ileft to rightl: Tim Ostrander, '62, Executive Directorg Kathleen Woodliff, '77-78, Placement Secretary: George Irwin, '54, Assistant Director. Front Row: Gail Risser, current student, receptionistg Katherine Teeman, A.S.P. '76-77, Departmental Secretary 'You have entered a fellowship of 40,000 former students and graduates. 'Contact our Placement Service for individual or organizational assistance. 'Participate in the Moody Alumni Fund. 'Visit the Alumni Center in Smith Hall. 'Fellowship' with classmates at your local Alumni meeting. 'You will receive four issues of the ALUMNI NEWS each year. i John C. Bedford Pastor - Teacher ,fr .' '-v v -ai li. 1 NCRTHWEST ALLIANCE CHURCH 5300 W. Oakdale Avenue .Chicago, III. 60641 Phone: 545-7023 . .-. E f . 2 T E 1 I-IIIIIHIS lilo' ' iii' l 1. U I I I nm k l lfllilll Illl' K m.iq.u iv I Looking for a vvay to meaningful christian service? As an individual, God gives you the opportunity to make a unique contribution to His world. We would like to help you discover and express that contribution in a personal ministry with high school age young people. For more information about serving as a volunteer or in a full-time ministry in Youth for Christ, either in this country or in 53 other countries, contact: youth for christ international P O Box 419 f Wheaton, Illinois 60187 :fs it BEREAN Mission. mc. IEEQI AFRICA: Republique du Zaire Morocco Kenya fmissionaries on loanj ISLANDS: Philippines - Barbados Dominica - Grenada SOUTH AMERICA: Ecuador - Brazil U.S.A.: Navajoland CNMJ - Spanish Field CFLJ Rev. Donald A. Urey-General Director 3536 Russell Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63104 IEFFERSON PARK EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH S518 XV. GETTYSBURG STREET CHICAGO, IL 60650 VW-3500 We extend 11 hcgtrty welcome to you to worship and fellowship with us. "Holding forth thc word of life. . . Philippians 2:16 3 , 5, 'saga F Pastor, When Did You Last Personally Evaluate Your Sunday Sohool's Curriculum? One more job added to a full'time effort. That's how This guide was designed by Dr. Ronald C. Doll and your administrative responsibilities can often seem. first appeared in Christianity Today. lt takes you ' step-by-step through a thorough evaluation of your Sunday School's present program. Dr. Doll received his doctorate from Columbia University and is But to know where your Sunday School is going, and how well, is vital. 1 A STEP-BY-STEP EVALUATION PROCEDURE. professor of education at the City University of We can't find the time for you, but we can minimize New York. the time this evaluation will take. We can send you a DIRECT COMPARISON twenty point evaluation guide when you order the David Cl Cook full-School Evaluation Center. The David C. Cook full-school Evaluation Center gives you a means of direct comparison. It furnishes samples of all materials for every age level and costs a w: 'E only 819.95 1349.95 valuel. This cost is refundable gfi5 -.s...-..- -..a if center is returned within 45 days. ,A ..4,:uL.2:g k2.ss3..L..w-.W..,.,r, ... A I .nn xl,-.nlr i1lv.'X.illl.1ll' rm 5-iinllml Sl h--ol pi-lgi.1nz Pllguse send me I f'x'.1lLlQ:I1lm 1 1L11l.ll'-- lit-v Evgluafmn Cgmgyfilfl 95 Charger.xm1'lIutlu hen returned in 43 :lmqsi I l 7i'lN1lTlUk'lll.1l Pres. was l'.lL.s -f tree I fNurs.ery l"i'lina1L'flL1n1-u Senior High I I'in1-,lexganen lunmr Adult I Pnnmrv Junior High K ' : sw. x l I livin. Ninvxlwv ll-'vvlrrvu-mv! I l'lc.'1s+3 check position I l ' lllstur llftf l i Supl YC Teacher' Other I Appn inmate Tl ital Sumluv Sch-in il Attendance Bbw m,L,fe t r I HTH ' 71 1511 l'3l.ilul illit- I A .. ' ' e I Clip and Send to: Curriculum Products Manager K ' David C. Cook Publishing Company Elgin. lllinois 60120 or Weston. Ontario. Canada I-----------I------H nr i ll l il.-.. 1 ,. . Hr.. , - "Cod is able 5 to make all grace abound fo you, so that in all flziugs y at all times, T having all that you need, you will alaouual in every good work. " ai cor. 9:82 international l-le.3tjq.i,qm-i-V, tl,,,l v l.1.M yin THE OFFICERS AT THE INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS UI" THE CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE Nyack, New York 10960 fi , .t,?, Iioi' at ltiltlii iliiiull liiisli in si it it it iippiii'l1iii1l1irs in North Aint-rittzi anti liYt'l'Sl'ilS. plivzisi- twill' lit ilu- .iliiixv inliliw-ss pl ,gang , Y Ft -l-it--,-g.i..l,.c.v. 1 , .'fl'l ig, I ' l I .,i Jon Bnow UNIVERSITY itllxl y ,bir- .. SQWX 52 Rl K wr! XXX Our Christian commitment will have a dynamic influence on your college education. We want you to bloom into the beautiful person we know you can be! Join us at John Brown University in the colorful Ozarks... where spiritual blessings go hand in hand with the pursuit of learning. Our 35 bachelor degree programs and 14 two-year degree courses enhanced with a foundation of Bible study will prepare you for the real world out there beyond the greenhouse! Financial aid is available and we are accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. All students are accepted without regard to race, color, national origin, mental or physical handicap. t Write to the Director of Admissions, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, AH 72761...and come bloom with us! +- COSMOPQLITAN 'ZA Mommy ,,,, 1 r ,4 - P Serving Moody Students and Staff N Cl kSr 1 Ch Cag0,IL 6 'Congratulations to this WN Wi' year s graduates! rx ,J Moy your ministry be long ond fruitful . . . get ,E may we serve you ' os you serve Q X His growing churrh? lk fuk irsl' S QNDQRD X' PUBLISHING Jin fig! , lk X f True-to-the Bible XX lferafure since I866 V 15 FREE RESERVATIONS I 1 CALL COLLECT 131 21 467-0800 ' Q15 O La THE TOY DESIGN CAPITAL CDF THE VVGRLD fm-........ CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1979 MARVIN GLASS AND ASSQCIATES Salle St. Chicago. lllmols THINKING AFRICA? THINK Sudan Inte lor Mlsslon Ceda Grove NJ 07009 mission avlarlon FELLOWSHIP LL FN' I-J ' CA 92631 096 Congratulations Christian Service Brigade Wheaton, IIIinois!BurIington, Ontario 2 All the President's Men i, l it V fh :VN E . "5 High in Crowell Hall in what some students refer to as "the ivory tower, are two vital members of Administration Dr Alfred Martin and Dr. Jay Fern lund. If it's an Uivory tower' they work in, then anyone who has met them must add, they both have a prince of a personality! It can also be said without reservation that each serves the King of kings. Dr. Martin is a warm and friendly executive whose conver- sation alludes to nothing of executive privilege. He much prefers projecting himself as "a member of the Faculty" rather than Vice-President and Dean of Education, a position he holds with dexterity. He sums up his feelings by saying, "The fellowship l have with the people I work with is an enjoyable aspect of my job and my life. l encourage and support my associates in maintaining a quality fb v' 1' AK Dr Alfred Martin A ' program of Biblical education that has a firm doctrinal foundation Down one floor from Dr Martin is Dr Fernlund who assists in carrying out the design of educational programs that are effective and yet realistic in terms of Institute resources. While his office is not located in Crowell Hall Dr. W. Sherrill Babb is another indispensable team member. As Dean of Faculty, he oversees Moody's teaching staff, and interacts with ease with students. "l'm impressed with the quality of our Faculty," Dr. Babb said. "Their educational back- ground, as well as their spiritual motivation, make them outstand- ing." Three men, each a part of the team, seeking to glorify God through education. . A rw' TW 'if 'A' . '-1 as X" ' +"'L,g- X iffy? 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Psalms 33:18-22 , . .,,,.....-uv' ml ,,,, .,s. U"! T'i .- , ,K .N .x 5 -. A Q-Q, 'Nl v X ,, 207 197 194 192 199 196 201 205 205 202 200 192 206 192 199 201 207 197 193 204 205 195 197 198 192 194 208 199 202 194 205 203 199 'K MJ Marvin Beckman Vice-President -I-J L I 'inn-5 i ivy Brandt Gustavson Donald E. Hescott Lowell L. Kline Alfred Martin Vice-President Executive Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President QQ, vi' fx ' ".. - wx., Qs, 'xN..Q, E. Richard Tallmadge Gerritt Wit James N. Mathias Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretary H x -'ffl -1 ,X -tx 1 Sf. 45.36 John Elsen Robert G. Dunlop Robert E. Foltz Assistant Secretary 1'..,: me. xr 'xx - -1' ax Sxn 4 g X. V-an-.... V Richard E. Gildner Edgar A. Harrell W. Maxey Jarman 1 i WWW Wwfiff, Wi 'NQJQA X, gtmtf, ft' Q ' it- '39, . A , X, Q .atb fe? 1. " ' 53:2 Xl.. . A -w Rig " W x - , 'iris me -QL" 'Q ' l px' r x N AH h V 1 A x x t Edward L. Johnson William F. Mitchell Roy Nyholm Wallace L. Pepin George Sweeting W ADAMS, CYNTHIA J. I Tim. 1:5 44 W. Streamwood Blvd., Streamwood, IL 60103 Plans: Bethel College MU 1,2,3,: JSB Comm. 23 StuCo Rep. 2: Welcome Week 23 Big!Little Sis. Exec. Comm, 1,2: Facility!Open House Chrmn. 3. AFNIAN, NIARDI Jer. 29: 3735 Monte Vista Dr., Chatta, TN 37411 Plans: Degree Epic Club 13 Intramurals 1,2,33 MU 1,2,33 Moody Student 2,32 Welcome Week 33 Big!Little Sis 1,2,3. AHLGREN, TERRI Ps. 18:28, W251 53902 Rickert Dr., Waukesha, WI 53186 Plans: Degree Arch 23 MU 1,2,33 Big!Little Sis 1,2,3. AKINS, JULIE Rom. 8:28 3031 Polaris, Kalamazoo, Ml 49004 Plans: Uncertain MU 1,2,3. ALLEN, BFIENT G. Phil. 328 RD 31 Prospect, PA 16052 Plans: Further Education Class Chaplin 33 MU 1,2,3: Pulpit Club 13 RA 33 StuCo Parliamentarian 23 Welcome Week 2. Senior N. Landing VA 23456 1,2,3 Senior ory KAREN S. 3:1eI8sr with and BUTH ANNE Heb. 10:24,25 wfseneel 606185553 30:31 Prov. IL 0632 BRUBAKEFI, DON K. PS. 37:3-5 7 478 Petersburg Rd., Lancaster, PA 17601 Plans: Degree Christian Ed. Club 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3Q MU 1,2,33 RA 2.3. BRUBAKER, ELLEN Jer. 29:11- 2617 Gilead, Zion, IL 60099 Plans: Further Education-Music!Ed. Degree Handbell Choir 1,2: Intramurals 1,2,33 MU Chorus 1,2,3: Women's lSocial Chrmn.l. Mpls., MN 55423 ation 1,2,3. BRYAN, Rom. 8 28 6643 Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Plans: BUCHWEITZ, STEVE Prov. 3:5 6 RT 2, Box 2546, Lake Geneva, WI 53147 Plans: Degree ll'l1F3'llTlUf3lS 1,2,33 MU 1,2,33 Pre-Av Club V. ' It 'BULlCEK, TIM Jude 1:24 25 3818 Elmwood, Berwyn, IL 60402 ' Plans: Further EducationlTH.D. B nd 1 2 3 lSocial Chrmn.l- Footb sal:-:QQ Alvisrufrz, PATRICIA Prov. 3:5,6 Muwegrgiaz ,llirernurels 1,2,33 Mu 1,2,33 Or lio R 1:11 ibiwiatsatk, ' 9" cnerue 12,3. - -IQ.:-My -Q : : . A V if .... :. A Ie' A l 'Epi I 2, Intercol. veney- Irness. 1:54 BUU-M0851 'MICHAEL Ph"- 212921 ban 2: In a "33 it-1, ,,,Mg.1,2,3. ' MN 55006 ' 309,56lh AVSJQIKGHOSHHI WI 53142 K . Plans: Wheaton College ANDERSON, DAVID J., Ja. Prev. 3:5,6 mass MU1,2,3:F,o,.,, Intramurals 1,2,3: NIU 1,2,3. clo TEAM, Box 969, Wheaton, IL 60187 -, prayer ' ' ' I Plans: Further EducatIon!Full-tIme Christian Work ,,,, is Y Intramurals 23 MU 1,2,33 Moody Chorale 1":2f!f'l?l34:eas,,,gjl:LQratorIo Chorus 1,2,33 Sr. Ensemble lDir'fY3i3f"Welcome, Week BETH N... I Tirn. 4:9 10 IL 60098, ,, Plans: DegreelMissions and Chilrch ocu ' ll Tim' 17 '7' CAMPBELLQBEBECCA Men. 11:25 9 RI. gs, Box 35, cefleneburg, KY 41 'MU Rep. 1,2,3 fPr.ayer F s 5 W6men's Dorm Conim. 23 PT 1 with Inner City 'Impact 2,3. " ,,,PxnII. 1.6 New Berlin, NY 13411"""' 7625 19 MU.1,2,3: organ -v th M1531 40 ' If -IQARWELI., 'eiAaYx., 5 'A in Composition!Music Ed. U RR"-6' Paf'5g"-3 61944 Plans: Machinist '7 1,23 Mu 1,2,3: RA lrttfajhujrals 3: Q Y K ea er3 BACHMAN A ann. 4:13 ,7 Ensemble 3 106 Ivy Delphi, IN 46923' 'J , xg- Q I Plans: Qlslild Evang ism work . CHQkg8E5lJ P t NN '49o81 MU . - - ff . or ag.e3",lVlI lsecun- -. A X . Q Plans: BLAKE, ,,, . E Jonah 4:7 Gospel 1.2.3 BAKER Col- 229 'gb Ifaffff' 1.9 n Leandro, CA 94578 Spanish 'IuIE,I.ans: Carpenter , " CHANEY Phil. 121 5 Week I Basketball 2: Intramurals 2: MU 1,2,3. DAVID H. PS. 55:22 1534 Plans IL 60649 Mexico MU 12 3 Oratori 1 17 Prov. 3:5 6 Lam. 3:21 23 Rapids, Ml Rom. 3 38 I Tim. 4 12 Carpentersville, Plans: To minister CONWAY 39 State Plans: State School, Seminary, Youthl 'Gallo zsgci- E ' New Rd., Aurora, IL 60504 : ' Intramurals 1,2,3: MU 1,2,3: Oratorio 1,2,3. GERMAN, SHARON Ps. 104:33-34 . 1578 S. Nelson, Denver, CO 80123 I, Plans: More schooling ' A . V Band 1,2: Intramurals 2.3: MU 1,2,3. ..,1,,.,5I. , - ,IaII,een1', PATRICIA 1 nom. 8:28 COOK, 1'2'35 MU 1'2'3? Bl9fLiffl9 Bro' 31-':'2f.i' 1 lr '-Kfl,'t" 290 Grardenview Dr., Burlington, Ontario, 5346 W 1,231 ' Canada ' Plans: i- Plans: More schooling MU 3385 Plans Arch Ct,,,Cicero, IL 60650 education String Ensemble 1,2,3: MU Col. 3:16 V Il 15:17 ' A COVEN- one Warren, Ml 480:-1,335 3 Q, ' 2314 Ministry Plans 2: Mu 1,2,3g Pulpit Rep. 1: CURRY, RR 1 P an ls: 2 1,2,3. 1723 DEAL, I- Cori Senior FORD, x 646, New Castle, PA 16101 Plans: outh work Intramurals 1,2,3: MU 1,2.3. FORD, VANESSYQ-Io. Man. 6:33 1948 W. Warren, Chicago, IL 60612 Plans: Join the Army MU 1,2,3: BiglLittIe Sis Exec. Comm.1,2,3. FRANK, JAMES A. Josh. 1: 420 Lee Ave., Elizabethton, TN 37643 Plans: ETSU!Degree. Missionary Av. Degree MU 1,2,3: Pre-Av Club 1,2,3g Radio Club 2. .1 FRICKE, RUTH ANN John 8:32 7510 Jefferson, North Branch, Ml 48461 Plans: Communications Degree Epic Club 1: MU 1,2,3: Oratorio Chorus 1,2,3: Women's Glee Club 1,2,3. FUJII, BYRON s. Prov. 3:5,6 ' 1417 W. Winnemac Ave., Chicago, IL 60640 Further Education ef 1,2,3 M BU. LINDA Wl 54945 P ans Uncertain RA3 Intramurals 3 Retreat Comm 3 TERRY A 2936 Lincoln, NE 68502 John 1:1-3 -International Club 1,2,3: Moody Chorale I 1,2',3: 'MU 1,2,3: Oratorio 1,2,3: Sr. Ensemble 3. g GRAI-lAM,:1REBECCA II Cor. 3:16-18 612 E. Wakeman, Wheaton, IL 60182 . Plans: More schooling " MUv'l,2,3: HA 2,3. arisen, c. PHILIP James 4:6 QQ " 24 1 Chartley,Dr., Reisterstown, MD 21 136 "-' A -Plans: Pastorate Band 1,235 Oratorio 3: MU 1,2,3: StuCo Rep.2.'Sf1 'N GRIFFIN, YVONNE PrDv. 3:5,6 11540 S. Normal, Chicago, IL 60628 Plans: Church work MU 1,2,3. ' HAGAN, MARK FREEMAN Phil. 3:1344 P.O. Box 8, Warm Springs, GA31830 Plans: More schooling, Pastorate Arch 1: Men's GIee'Club 2,33 MU 1,2,3 KVP 2l: Welcome Week Comm. 2. HARBECK, JUDY Phil. 1:27 5124 Ozark, Norridge, IL 60656 Plans: Uncertain I Class Officer 3 ICorres. Sec.lg Intramurals 1,2,3g MU 1,2,3: Oratorio 1,2,31 Welcome Week Comm. 3: Women's Glee Club 1,2,3. I A HARDY, STEVEN Ex. 15:2 ' 1519 Kenard St. N.W., Salem, OR 97304 Plans: Uncertain , Big Bro. 2,33 MU 1,2,3: RA 3: StuCo Rep. 1 ' . HARLING, DAVE Phil. 3:10 1669 Plans St. Bloomfield, NJ 07003 Intramurals 1.2: 3: MU 1.2: Soccer 1.2. I John 4:7 NY 11743 field 1,2,3: Glee Prov. 3:5-6 fer CO 80236 Holland, IL 60473 1223: Oratorio 1. Jer. 29:11 Morton, IL 61550 MU 1,2,3 lSeC. 21: Big Phil. 4:16 WI 53402 Hab. 2:11 M6lflil0b3. canada '- Youth work, -1 .--3 -, . .. ,--.iv - -.A,' ' 2-if 'A4A' -'A A'A liffifli ',,A I L A - 3 . HELDT- ROBERT M- - .ll 2052 5133 Carmen, Chicago, lL06063 ' .-'-i Plalisf Urirerlalli - . 3 '..-. sono 1,2,3: Mu 1,2,3. 4 , ,. A.,, 1 .. . ..., HELGESON- I-YNN ' , 310 Sl- Ciair Ave- Sheb0V9arl- WI' Plans: Foreign missions I- -. Mu 1,2,3. l I I - lilclillili- PEG-Girllll 3 Phil- ,if,f,,ff',,,,l2f'2.Q"g,,2,C,Q,i,fI,"Q"'2fs' CO 81054 'Wir lrrrarflrfais 1123- 1 .I . .-tffaxtg-e,af--3 -. ,4" HIPPLE- TEFIRI ' I PS- ...' 260 Kingwood Morton "I'L'61550 A - MU - ' ' - ' ' "'x N 2 3 ,'ii,,f,,,,f?LUZ,f,:33.He20"O 2' MU 1'2'3' 1115- ' - 7821! ,A,A Parli.lL694li2 --"V MU HQ- TANYA LE' LAM Josh-ia Pm' '- 47-2020 Anaoioio no., Kaneohe, Hawaii ' all-1, 96744 , , J0HNS0N,': ' Phil- 4:3 Plans: pans: M'SS'0"a'Y W0'k 167 Glen bff rdale, ll- 60627 ii Srf MU Intercollegiate Volleyball 2,35 Intramurals MO,-g'fr '0ling I MU o o Hogglgflgl- DQFVEE, H .M OH 323,524 .1o,l . - - -94 0 OW: ies.: -- ami Ori. Acts 20:24 Pianis P'a"Si Semm' . ""f ?i3i -- lI'Ifl'amLIfaIS 1-,2,3, MU 1,2,3, StuCo RSD. -33:53 3 Q 52 5fgli,3,,g,,,l.,,,,,, ygsgm i,i,2.:.,,,,. ., 4..-, Chorus mais' 23. 3 , . + , 23. . . 3 l2 ol ' ' ' ' ' LEES- JEANNE HOFFMAN., RONNHQ 1439 Ave- B'N-- 3213 Jeanofraiglliwaokegan, IL eooas K Ps. 73:24-26 Canada Plans: More -schooling, Marriage .. Kslniey Park, IL 60477 Plans: Missions giggli n g MU 1,2951 -1-ff ollege-gDeerfieldl MU 1,2,3: Fren - I - .'.. 0 Club 3. HoLvE, ANDREW-, son. 3:20 1 9 ' A V , . ' is ' N 'A,' Il C . 1:3-5 92,33 """'?eS, P' D'- K"K'a"d' WA . f,., Clarkston. GA 3002? lslgggiyjsg- 802. Ch. ' Plans: Seminary, Pastorate Bible COHGQB ' - qgno 'a' Icag fgi l , Married .Stud-ears Fellowship Comm. 3: ,2,3: MU 1,2,3. Sgnszzngilsimagysu MU 1-'ZS' - .. H . o I 2- als 2. - ' . - ,ff , .-33,3524-t Sig? --.3-T a - '20 -1325353-. ' .-,Qil-5, 5 ,. 'zjii' Parkg.5IL 60924 i V. 2 In l 1: , ..., . HOPSON- . Adi-ini-ifaiion 1 LLC1T,,',,?',.,,'?"Qr'l3 ,, 4925 Catalpagstg-,fHammond, . Men's Glee club 1,2,3" ' ' 'om V ' B ar- W e PlanSfM0reiSGh00llr19 ' Pulpitclub IQSILIUBFIY iP'a"Si U"dec'ded "1t'a"'U"a'S I2--.SINU I-2-32 "1 f lflle-BS. Jllrllcirl: Senior Ellserrl- MU 1'2'35 Moody Student Welcome Week Comm. 2. Avi' 3 Committee 12, Q Mu LOEW FE-I-Eg ' - . 'i '- I.. ".' . '- HORNOK- RICHARD JOHN . is Som SL' B'00'?'y"' N' 4754 S. 4520 W., Salt-Lalce City, II3::E1Jns:2M5ore schooling g:ans:g?1m'nar3'gJeam1'ni 'I Sl-. Sheboygan. WI 53081 ' ' ' ' 3 ass leer res.: 001 LOMBARD ' Intramurals 1,2,3:-JSB 1 2 3- Mens Glee ' DAWN - GIGO Club 1: MU. 1,2935 'agiorazorio Chorus 1 2 3. .. 1804 .Poms Ave" Rep 3- Welcomeweek V V 'M plans' More schoohng " ' ' ,.'i . I ..KESsL :fMiillnLis Rec- Sec- 31 MU Fm' HOSTEI-AND: BARBARA-'ANN 3 -nf2'iii " 61ifiio5, Liberty comer, or-1 43532 SIUCO Floor Flew- 1- .gifill ' --:-.lil-vi..-1.-:frm-3375. - l ar e '- -l.' - . . L--,J .Q 525-,es-35, 3f"nfabf3f22QiL'l'i2's7' 'L 61952 l'--f i -me - ""S"Y - LONG- SHARON KAYE ' - 9 P.. MUPI I'-lb 2.13: OFBYOFIO Chorus 819 Montgomery Ave '..'-. IYIYFHUIUYHIS 1,231 MQ357I.i2,3G ' 2,3:WOmQnf' Iee Club 2,3ISec. Seniorl. 19010 " -I 2 Rep. 3: weioomingcgmm. 3. . . '..i P, n . U - -, ,J ,ii "'le 1 'A , ' E, A 515HAyAT, LEA,V' HALAJ HAIFA Jn. 3:30 I fas- nrfegsg JJSQUZISW., HUGO. STEPHEN-.P,M -D "A'j.Q-- 37:83 4. 11,1528 Robenf Ve.. Metrose park' IL 60160 n r muras . , , I 1731 Pascel P'-i W- Belmaf- NJ,-97719 W1-ff.-sehr-QW-iPlans: Whea ' Grad. School wif 3 ?t:gem 1'2'3' fEd'to""!'ch.L '- ' pians: Marriage, Q . , L2 3- CI b 112,32 St d t -I ' V-I . " l:g,. : Intramurals 112 3:.,MU'513223' PKEQAV'-Club s V " 'L u . . . i-" - " ' K 12 ' 1- ' Comic" 23' 'Se-2613-452 , . , .Z ..h,. 1 NNG ,KAYLA J. . ..,. . . 44060 Hu1.l.,Ei.o1sE LORRAINE fi. in Per. 1 l ' - - I - ans: ncefialn - ' , ' '- 165 oonesioga. sive., "Lancaster, PA iiilfggogg-Inglis" .... ,, ,, ! ,li,,, g ,r-i! ,,,. , . ,,, ,S , ,3,?i rlrifl 2-3: Senior , .t 1.5:-V . A I .K , .,., , .N ..., - M 5 - Wig? x 1'2,3: , Plans: Working in pre4schoolfedL I ' L., , .j7 I 1'2'3' - . Intramurals 1,2.3:.MU 1.23: ARA 2- Kisnea, PAMELA Eph. 3:20-21 1 ' A -- I ' 1213 Seacobeck St., Fr sburg, VA LOWE- ARTHUR E- ' Pet- 517 ' IRWIN, KATHY LYNN Isa. 66:2 22401 - Wakefield, RI Lawrenceville, 'lL'62439 plans- Church Work ' ' Plans: Seminary- rlTeacher Plans: Uncertain MU 1,2,3: Oratorlo 1,2,3g RA 3: Women's Glee Club 2,3. JAMES, SHARON Ps. 34 1460 Blanchard Ct., Wheaton, IL 60187 Plans: More schooling Big Sis 3: French Club 2: Intramurals 1: MU 1,2,3: Tutoring 2,3. MU 1,2,3. KLATT, ELISABETH ANN Phil. 4:6-7 4344 W. Schubert, Chicago, IL Plans: More schooling MU 1,2,3. KIEMLE, JULIE Tltus 2:11-13 Plans: Degree in English Arch 2,3 tDark Room Tech.J: Intramurals - 1,2,3, MU 1,2,3. MARCH, KARLYN Phil. 2:1-3 I 2192 Pawnee Path, Stevensville, MI 49127 Plans: Further education-Illustration Epic 1: Intramurals 1,2,3: Welcome Week Comm. 3: Big Sis 2.3: MU 1,2,3. atemala C A ' vig, W I 1 2 3 MU Floor Rep. '22 J 1 Oratorno Chorus I Q I f ft:,,',- -' -Qvw 4' f. .A .xy-3 A 1. 8 ' ' .I ... M' Q "V M 'wb A n o d k Matt. 6:33 1 2,3 NQFSIQ A Pemberton NJ 08068 L 2 MU 123 Pre Av Club 25 CHARMA Jame5'111a W G nesee La MI 60610 2 3 Intramurals 12 3 MU 1,2,3g CHARLES A Col. 1:29 fayette IN 47904 asurerl Intramurals CI MU 1.2,3 orlo 12 Pre-Av Club ' I Cor. 2:4 49057 .- HEQ. -,flu-. za: Prov. 3:5,6 - 46750 'W Club 1,2,3g A Chorus Tj -L. . Isa. 2613-A 6 U 12 3 Sensor Ensemble 33 Big!Lit!le Wim 6:3-9 , 15131 351Q,,. I' ,J 1 2 3 Moody Student 2 StuCo A ' 26:3 2 3 Oratono Chorus 1 2 3 Women's Bom: rals ' vf Plans: Undecided ' ' 1 ., MU 1,2,3: Married Students. Fellgwshipi 2.3, lPres. 31. 1 RALTAX. CYNTHIA Rom. Cleveland, Ol-I 44106 . ' Plans: School 1 ' MU 1,2,3: Intramurals 1. REIMER, DAVID Gal.: 2220 Box 6-18, RR81, Steinbach, Manitoba, ROA 2A0 - f Plans: Opera singer . Q - . ' MU 1,2,3: Moody Chorale 3: Oratorio 4 Chorus 1.2.3. : ' Q . RHOINEY, JOSEPH 2245 W. Lake il 315, Chicago, IL. Plans: School ' MU 1,2,3: Band 1: E Chorus 1: StuCo Rep. 1. RlGE, JALANE 6076 E. Potter' Rd., Davison, Ml Plans: School for music degree. MU 1,2,3: Arch 1.2: Oratol'ioChorus 13,34 .'Q" ' Q, MU 1,2,3: Intramurals 1.2.3. Club RIEHL, DEBBIE 1 Eph. '3:14l19 A BRENDA 1112 Grant Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19115 , Plans: School and marriage I li . Q MU 1,2,3: StuCo- Rep. 2. ,P Q ROBINSON, GARY P. A , Jer.'29:'1Q1A.' R1. 5 Box 229 A, Elizabethton. TN' azsala- A .. Plans: Undecided g T In Mu1,2.a. , 5 1 Ross, lvllcl-lAEL O. ' Prnv.'3:6-5: 3159 Sycamore Fld., Cleveland.: OH 44118 ' ' ' .gjggg-l-, KEVIN 'i' Plansl MISSIONS ' A . '--' 13513 C Ave., Elyria. OH MU 1,2,3: Intramurals 1: Pre-Av. Club 1.2. F ',., ipggnsz youth W - . . I a-'Milf-1,2,3: Glee i Ross, STEPHEN JAMES lsa.2s:2D I- .35 ,.,. :ag,:,y, Ch ,us 317 E. Lincoln Ave., Wheaton, IL -60187 . . I '-:jj 3: Egdsr Plans: Missionary pilot to Kenyan- I 1 2. g - ' ii 'g Basketball 1: Intramurals 1,2,3: ,Pre Club 1,2,3: .MU 1,2432 StuCo 3 iViCe- SIMPSON. JOHN JR. Chi. 2:6,7 Plans: pfesidemi WSiC0m9 WK. 31 Big!Litlle 2 Lyric Dr., Newark, DE 19702 gi MU 1,2,3: Gospel Brother 1.2.32 Plans: Work ,SS 1. A ' Chorus 23 Won-,en'5 ROYAL, CAROL Ps. 16:s.9 MU1'2'3' . . if STILLWELL, ARTHUR E. 276 Stanmore Fld., Baltimore. MD 21212 SINGLETON, Phil. 1220.21 ' Fl.F1'.33 BOX 227, Decatur. Plans Inner-City missions 9329 S. KiElQ' ,lL 60619 Plans: Farming lvlu 1,2,3: Bl9fUll'e Sis 213- Plans: serninarygw Mu 1.2.3. RUMLEY, TIM Job 19:25 2901 Barrlet. Royal Oak. MI 48073 Plans: School and Youth work MU 1,2,3: Intramurals 1,2,3: Pulpit Club 1: Floor Council 3. RUTKOWSKI. SUZANNE MARIE Ps. 37:4 1211 Douglas, Joliet, IL 60435 Plans: Counseling and Administrative work MU 1,2,3: C.E. Club 1,2,3: Parliamentar- ian 3: JSB 2 lEntertainmentl: Moody Student: Senior Ensemble 3. RYAN, STEVE Ps. 27:7 2213 Conwill, Slow, OH 44224 Plans: Ass't. Pastor or Youth work MU 1,2,3: Football 1, Intramurals 1,2,3: Oratorio Chorus 1.2.3. SAKACH, WILLIAM Dan. 11:32b 1120 West Ridge Rd., Lorain, OH 44053 Plans: Gel degree then seminary training MU 1,2,3: Intramurals 1,2,3: Men's Glee Club 1.2: Moody Student 1.2. SCHERIBEL, MARK S. . Il Tim. 1:7 2908 Edina, Zion, IL 60099 Plans: Christian service lfull-timel MU 1.2.3. SCHNEIDER. JOY Gal. 6:9,10 1076 Winchester Rd., Neenah, WI 54596 Plans: Camp ministry MU 1.2.3. - 1::.,i,.':1,i,g35B.R.ii3, slrealnr, lL 61364 --g.i,gQjgiPlans: Teaching in Christian Day A Elms- .-0 vi.: N- -S . :SMITH X Matt' MARIE Campus Crusade for Christ MU 1.2.3. DOUGLAS PAUL Matt. 125 Belmont Rd., Madison, WI 53714 Plans: Undecided 'fi3ffMU 1,2,3: Moody Chorale 1,2,3: 'is2EiChorus 1 2 3' StuCo Re . . .. t . Rag' SEIEBMAN- .. HiCKOF9t5'Df:Q:gQQE1ai IL .'iSPlans: Urban miriisiw .-.1 QEMU 1,2,3: Intramurals,-1,2,3 Mu 1,2,3: Pul f STUFFLEBEAM, MICHAEL 1311 Walnut St., Wenatchee. Plans: Teaching at a Christian :MU 1.2.35 Football 1,2,3: 71,2.3: sluco 3: Wrestling 1.2.3 slvlEAo. ROGERQ . ' Ez. 2:7 306 Pafk SQ Plans: Pa - lvl u . Fellowship 1.2.3. I M ,. . g r MTHIE R. SMITH. DA lsag2a:2o+ --': 22' -142 sl.. Edmonton, ' Canada T5N 2N5 Plans: B.A. in Composition, Technician, Compose MU 1,2,3: Secretary 2: International 4736 60O35X Plal'lSZ -i21i5F9.ls': 5f::PQE i Mu 1 2' en's Gleg '. Xlxi ' li lilkf 5' 5 5 1711-,ff-' ' .N X N- . Yakxhkmlx ggg I A Club 1 .1 I0 Chorus X ' -. W T- tS's1?1'Nlsgt?-viii: ' T 1.2. 1 Qt ' ' 1,2,3: Intramurals 1.2: Moody N ' N 1 2 3' Oratorio Chorus 1 2 3' A ,XQAXXL l r 1 1 1 1 3: Senior Ensemble 3: Committee 2: Women's Glee Club SMITH, Gal. Q ' N . NXQSNYYX .Q 5: Plan lvlu ,.s.WX-x, .., CINDY .XFX .N , . R.R. 52 plans - -- :s -1..r -.A -.,. A -.-.- xg -.-., 1 . -... K. MU 1,2,3: Football 1: Gospel Teams, 3: 3- ,A H E X Intramurals 1,2,3: Moody Student 2: :-'1rf -.1LiQLQQ5'i'j1 "'lI"1 i :"'l:5NNW"' ' ' ' Pre-Av. Club 1.2. SWICK, THOM Phil. . - ' 8793 Ontario NW, Massillon. OH 44646 Plans: Further schooling Rf- 1 Wilder- 'D 33575 MU 1,2,3: Intramurals 1,2,3: Welcoming plans: Undecided Committee 2.3: R.A. 3. Jude 3 witnessing lvlu 1,2,3: Arch 2: EPIC Club 1,2,3: team 1'2. Intramurals 2. SYRING, CONNI Rev. 2:10b SNELL. MARK A. ll Cor. 10:5 Box B, Wausaukee' WI 54177 306 S. Mulberry. Martinsburg, PA 16662 plans: Undecided Plans! PSYCh0i0QY Maidf MU 1,2,3: C.E. Club 1: Intramurals 1,2,3: " f' -re. -, gi. ug. 3 , VAN new Bene, DONALD Pe. 91r1,2-5 gt. Pardeeville, WI 53954 I : O 52 . ' .Hans bt ln degree then missions in 'west GIfQpo1.2: Soccer 1. BERG RON! 11'33 lntramuralsh3:f'ff A Clubf 2ilVice-Pres.1: I -. 8 MU 1,2537 Intramurals 1.2.31 Oratorio Chorus 1.2.3, I 1-4 ,cgi ,f .3 Isa. 26:3 iv- ,Wiatr s rock Ayeff' Darien, IL 60559 35' j.?Plans5nfssIQns . ' M511 2.3: Band 2.3: Intercollegiate 'Ylbllgjiall Sglntramurals 1: MU Corr. Sec. " 'Senior. ' ' ' .r .3 3:10 Plans FIQQ' , I IPhf . 1:6 'it I WORST. LESAH Eph. 3120 ANIT ' - . g-'ji PS. 6327.8 I BOX 571, Newark. IL 60541 Bredero Str-33 elo lOV-I KB7552,,III.II . Plans: Work. Nursing school Ps. 27:1 Netherlands . 511 MU 1,2,3: Oratorio Chorus 1.2.33 Sansa lgtigsigzna 2 SI O ' gomefs Glee Club 1,2r33kItVi99fPres. I , - or --'era , g ra oflo eniot? 'ffifa ,V"-, Q .jp Chorus 1.2. rgan Guild 1: womens Clubl2 Glee Club 1I2I3I WFIEN. FIIIQQII HHISTINE .4550 Forest tAve.. Mystic. CT 06355 phi 214 VOhTErENS.5f5'??Tl52Eli5e ifroeiopmlii Sc""""ng' . . , , , f x , IL 60610 Plans: Christian work 'If if?'eI' ,.I U 1.2.33 Gospel teams 1: Oratorio fh9f'l'D9fh3PS MU 1.2.3. horus 1.2.33 Senior Ensemble 3: 4, '- r--1IiIf5.'QSQVomen's Glee Club 1.2.3 iPresident I Ig, VOSS, DEBORAH ,JQY II C0f-,I3?4-5'5:-,".I3,igg4uniqr, serilerlg Bigfl.lllle sis sgreunlic ff? WW758 EQY.-,,Y'l'a P92153-5.50581 ' "..3-I-'QQFleIat'lons Music team 2. 1' 3 . 41 -vE'lSDS! ,.e.'2,.ll5 ep ' -f , " r 'ell I, i UNKER, ALICE II Home 4 ' -1 i 4' -isle gas- 507 Water sie-ogego, Ml 490780 Www I I 5II5lsa. 40:31""' plans: Missionary? I , .frI.i.I HOLLAND C. PIBUZ? " 'fggifg r efzgiWogqepsgggi-.?ii1f'pan'fhrC'ub ' Amherst. Collinsville. IL 62234 MU 1.2.34 edader Nlimer Prayer Iizi i ec. i. P ospe Plans: MiSSi0"laVY Pilot ' Focus ' ' lntramullalsd. ,I I ' 7 'I i w if MIU 1,2.3: Arch 1,2 iDarkroom technician QW' 7: I ' elf' I. SUSAN I phil, ji: 'Intramurals 1.2: Pre-Av. Club 1.25 WATER . TH A- Eph-3525 'iz 315796 gnomg' 'Inivor pai-kwa tI3tuCo Rep. '13 Brass Ensemble 1,2. 7264 E. MOr1t0Cii0. TUSCOF1, AZ 85710 Mgnomgnge mils, wi H751 . L' TRUMAN. KITTIE James 1:4 Rt. 1 Box 426-A, Springdale. AR 72764 Plans: Marriage MU 1,2,3: Cheerleading 1: Intramurals 2.3: FLA. 2,3. TUMAS, PETE Ezra 7:10 715 S. Nth St.. LaGrange, IL 60525 Plans: Youth ministry Plans: Undecided MU 1.2.3. WATTS, WILLIAM John 3:16 8723 S. Cresiei. Chicago. IL 60617 Plans: Obtain B.S. degree MU 1.2.3. WEIDLICH, TAMI Ps. 37:4.5 516 Julie, Bolingbrook, IL 60439 Plans: More schooli ' I Intramurals 1.2.33 M II .2551 Or 'o' 1. '31 5- 1, ' 'Q vooen, KEITH ' .1 Luke"9:23 B-29 El AtabaLFPuerto Dela Taira. . Malaga. Spain l . Plans: Additional schooling then missions MU 1.2.3 iMuslim and India Prayer Focus... Co-leader seniorlg Men's Glee Club ' MU 1j2,3g -Intramurals 1,2,3: Moody Plans: Obtain degree in Television Oratofw Chorus -' f . I if: . ' Chorale -1,2.3g Oratorlo Chorus 1.2.35 Production ZEIGLEFI, . CKY LYNN A I .V f"fPhit: 4:4 StuCo Flep. 2: Senior Ensemble 3. . FSU 1.5.33 lrwflimurels 8.23: Iiiufig 3 909 N, ' Ugrad Ave., S ota, 335770 orr. ec.: ecomln omml ee . - .,, ., TURLEY, MIKE Phil. 1:21 9 WIA:22:si,,?5:ta'9f2.E'e ry if 3 2373 Alameda,I San Bernardino. CA WESSEL. BRIAN H- PVOV- 315-5 - M 552 3 moat? L .TQ , I-' C EI Clog 92404 ' 3943 W. 83 Place. Chicago, IL 60652 1 Fioor 'I V 12 .'-', - ' ' Plans: Fruthefeducatlon and pastorate I Plans: -- f e W0fk- Church M'-'SiC .ff'..' ' II -.5511 . Mu 1.2.35 Married Students Fellowship 3. Director if . A If . nsf I .III T I,I,re3fr, r' , X I ' ' v-?.I ' NI II ,sm ' , ' I. , it Swv i I AI. ft I , 1, fs uIf1IQ. Q' ff. P . ,, ' . . - .9 .2 r"' J ' ' Q ' 1' . . .l-" ' 'Xa I .,. r .-' ' 'x'-A X F '. AA .WA 1 N Meet Your Dean ox ' elf -iv-' ' 239' .gf .ii-vm, Faculty, Staff Index A.. . .-Y 1..-f-fs 1-'-4 ., .rf , .fx 2 ty . W. 40 ' i1lfTfE,fg1?leBabb,'vvqsnerrill 17,133 ...aealggrg William 7 H. 22 Bzikke, Corean 34 , 2 "i5Banks,.,Walter L. 22 Q ' Q w .35Bearfn-,fRuth 30 gx?l1lf.:Beattie,,Victor B. 30 . It 55937. 1 , ? fi QBelanger,fBrian 45 Benshoof, Max 28 Benson, Mildred 46 Benware, Paul N. 22 Berry, Reid, B. 48 Brackley, David R. 33 Brubaker, J. Omar 3,28 Bradbury, Ray 18 Byrd, Wilda 41 Bush, Lee 43 Cain, Bruce W. 44 Calenberg, Richard D. 23 Canine, Sam L. 29 Carbaugh, Robert C. 33 Carrier, Walter 48 Childers, James 48 Christensen, Charles N. 30 Clark, Robert E. 28 Classen, Albert -J. 38 Colburn, Mary Lou 34 Colburn, Ralph C. 34 Currie, Swantina 30 de Rosset, Rosalie 30 Dickason, C. Fred 23 Dolgner, James R. 48 Edmonds, Gerald H. 33,74 Ericson, Keith W. 48 Fellman, Eric 108 Foos, Harold D. 23 Freese, Doris A. 28 Gallagher, Douglas H. 29 Goddard, Robert L. 24 Goldberg, Louis 38 Graendorf, Werner C. 28 Grammer, Leslie A. 18,42 Greenebaum, Joseph R. 32,59 A Aadahl, Harald 148 Abel, Pamela 148 Abrisz, Joseph 164 Absher, Scott 164 Adams, Bonnie 187 Adams, Cynthia 122 Adams,-Dave 187 Adams, Laura 148 Adamson, Anita Adamson, Steven 148 Aeschliman, Daniel 148 'zAfman, Martha 117,122 Agnew, Michael 164 Agriss, Steven 184, gAhlgren, Terri 122 Gundry, Stanley N. 24 Haik, Paul S. 24 Hall, Terry L. 25 Hamilton, John R. 48 Hamilton, Thelma L. 31 Harrell, Robert C. 48 Heatherington, Alan L. 34 Hecht, Henry W. 35,76,87 Hendrich, Bruce 48 Hockersmith, David L. 32,52,56 Hoglund, Beryl V. 18 Hopkins, Joseph G. 48 Horn, Charles E. 48 ller, Robert L. 35,70,71 Irvin, Robert W. 18 Irvine, Ruth 18 James, Edgar C. 25,86 Johnson, Benjamin W. 25 Krupsky, Eleanor 41 Kuypers, Roger F. 48 Lastoria, Mike 19 Leber, Eleanore 43 Leeper, Connie 40 Legg, Margaret 46 Lindsley, Alice 40 Long, Claudia B. 32,60 Luck, William F. 25,123 Lutzer, Erwin W. 26,108 Martin, Alfred 17,87 Martin, Dorothy 31,87,108 Martin, Richard R. 48 Mayer Marvin E. 26 McCloy, Eileen 19 Mead, Gilbert W. 35 Mills, Dan W. 49 Moffat, Denis R. 35 Myers, Jill 20 Naegele, Elizabeth M. 36 Nevin, Paul D. 26 Oldham, Robert B. 31 Osborn, Walter 45 Ostrander, Tim 108 Student Index Akins, Julie 122 Albaugh, Patti 164 Alford, Kurt 164 Allen, Brent 21,122 Allen, Cheryl 164 Althens, Lori 20,148 Ames, Bradford 164 Amstutz, Patricia 122 Andersen, Nancy 148 Anderson, Adrienne 148 Anderson, Daniel 75,164 Anderson, David 75,122 Anderson, Dean Anderson, Jolene 164,60 Anderson, Lisa 119,164,224 Anderson Randal Anderson, Randall 70,148 Anderson, Scott 55,164 Parker, Eva 43 Powell, William C. 49 Raquet, Gerald L. 36 Rascher, Leonard P. 41,101 Rendel, Nancy 20 Rice, Alvin J. 49 Rich, Burt H. 49 Rich, Robert M. 49 Robinson, Virginia 42 Royce, Ronald W. 49 Schock, Richard G. 45 Scott, Marcia 43 Shackelford, Robert E. 19 Shanks, Lynne 36 Shervy, Roy 40 Shive, Emily E. 36 Showers, Renald E. 27 Simpson, Marc 37 Sloat, Allyn K. 46 Smart, David 37 Smith, Donald G. 31 Smith, Virgil E. 37 Smith, Virginia 19 Stephens, Douglas C. 27 Sweeting, George 16,109 Symonds, Dorothy E. 37 Tahl, John S. 41 Tallman, J. Raymond 39 Turner, Rosemary E. 29 Tyler, Clifford 41 Van Dam, Dirk E. 48 Van Dyke, Richard C. 31, 123 Watts, Henrietta 45 Whaley, Howard A. 39 Wheeler, Edward W. 49 White, Debbie 65 Wieland, Paul D. 47 Wilson, Lon E. 29 Wise, Donald L. 27 Wolfe, Raymond W. Woodworth, Burt 49 Zoccolillo, Tony 21 Andreasen, David 148 Appel, Sharon 148 Armstrong, Lori 73,164 Arndt, John 148 Arruda, William 148 Atkinson, Ruth 148 Aubrey, Beth 20,122 Austin, Beverly 149 B Babcock, James Bachert, Barbara 149 Bachman, Neal 146 Badger, William Baergen, David 149 Bahler, Nancy 73,164 Bailey, Marcia 149 Bailey, Robin 118,149 Baker, Bruce 149 Baker, Carolyn 122 Baker, Cheri 73,149 Baker, David 75,164 Baker, Douglas 21,55,70,122,141 Baker, Natalie 149 Baker, Ruth 164 Balazs, Dixie 149 Balazs, Gabor 116,117,149 Bardill Christina 164 Barnard, Mark 118,123 Barnes, Patricia 164 Baron, Frank 123 Barr, Timothy 75, 123 Bartel, Barth, Angela 186 Mary Barthel, Karen 123 Barthel, Ruth 123 Bartlett, Timothy 164 Barton, Peter 70,149 Bartz, William Baskett, Donna 164 Baskett, DuRhonda 123 Bathke, Brian 123 Bauer, Katherine 123 Baughman, Douglas 144 BGUST, Jeanette 187 Baxter, Ricky 184 Baxter, Terry 123 Beachy, Max 144 Beare, Donna 149 Beasley, Randy 187 Beck, Pamela 164 Becker, Gretchen 165 Becker, Joan - Becker, Kevin 149 Beckmeyer, Karen 165 Bedford, Victoria 184 Beckman, Tom 144 Bell, Raymond 185 Bender, David 75,149 Benesch, Susan 187 Benjamin, Robert Bennett, Susan 118,149 Bennett, William Benson, Bruce 165 Berberich, Matthew 165 Berg, Cynthia 75,149 Berger, Margaret 123 Berglund, James 149 Bergstrom, Deborah 165 Bergstrom, Sara 186 Bettinger, Dave 187 Bever, John 76,165 Bickley, Barry 149 Bierdeman, Carl 184 Biggs, Linda 123 Bixby, Melaine 165 Bixler, Jenny 187 Black, Edward 75,123 Black, Gina 73,165 Blake, Richard Bland, Deborah 165,60 Boerman, Robert 149 Boersema, Patricia 165 Boguski, Roger Boldebuck, Gregg 149 Bondurant, Carol 75,165 Bonk, Kimberle 165 Boone, Roger 165 Borders, Bruce 185 Borland, Mark 144 Boseman, Keith Bothwell, David 146 Bouman, Susan 76,124 Bouman, Lonette 76,149 Bourdeaux, Denise 73,165 Bourne, Marion Bowman, Elizabeth 65,124 Bowman, Sheryl 166 Boyd, Daniel 149 Boyd, Orchidy 149 Boyd, Stephen 166 Boyer, John 148,149 Boylan, Debbie 149 Bozsik, Eugene 166 Bradford, Daniel 124 Bradford, Gary Brandt, Marilyn 166 Brandt, Ralph 149 Brandt, Richard 150 Breid, Larry 166 - Brennan, Robert 52,101,124 Brenneman, Calire 75,166 Brewster, Gary 164,166 Brickner, David Bright, Micaela 150 Brinkmann, Daniel 124 Brownlee, William 76,150 Brubaker, Don 21,124,114 Brubaker, Ellen 73,124 Brueske, Andrew 76,124 Brumbaugh, Nancy 119,150 Bryan, Abner 124 Bubeck, Judith 73, 166 Bucher, Terri 75,166 Buchweitz, Daniel 166,58 Buchweitz, Stephen 124 Buckwalter, Harold 70,166,58 Buell, Janet 166 Bulicek, Timothy 76,124 Buller, Philip 144 Bullmore, Michael 124 Burch, Peggy 150 Burdett, Kenneth 166 Buresh, Scott 70,150 Burke, Vincent 150 Burns, Karen 150 Burns, William 150 Buss, Bradley 166 Butler, Charles 166 Butler, Deidre 187 C Caine, James 166 Camera, Vincent 55,166 Cameron, Brad 150 Campbell, Rebecca 124 Capriglione, Richard 166 Carlberg, Kermit 55,166 Carlen, Julie 73, 150 Carlson, Daniel 52,70,166 Carlson, Douglas Carlson, Marilee 166 Carter, John 166 Carter, Lori 166 Cartwright, Peter 167 Carwell, Gary 124 Casement, Marcia 124 Cash, Ronald 21,117,150 Castie, Jerry 187 Caston, Mark 76,167 Cathey, Sidney 70,150 Cauthorn, Jonathan 151 Chadwick, Donna 167 - Chalker, Mary Beth 124 Champion, Kevin 167 Chaney, Eddie 125 Chaney, Geraldine 125 Chapman, Clark 187 Chapman, Russell 167 Cheng, Kam-Sing Cherry,'Mark 70, 167 Chestang, Pierre Chobany, Susan 167 Choi, Jin Pyung 167 ' Chrest, Sandra 151 Christensen, Daniel 70 Christenson, Steven 151 Chulski, Steven 125 Churchill, John 167 Ciavirelli, Kim 167 Ciesil, Bruce Cionca, Charles 187 Cionca, Margaret 151 Clark, Bryan 55,151 Clark, Kim 167 Clark, Mary 182 Clingan, Beri 125 Clingan, Beverly 151 Clymer, Stephen 167 Coats, Rhonda 151 ' Cochran, Melissa 118,167 Cocklin, Deborah 167 Colburn, Marjorie 151 Coleman, Philip 167 Combs, Michael 101, 125 comer, Mary Nell 164,167 J Compton, Alan 151 Compton, Connie 151 Conforti, William 167 Conklin, David 76,167 Conway, Wayne 52, 125 Cook, Sharon 125 Cook, Sheila 167 Cooper, Keith 167 Copeland, Melodee 118,125 Corlew, David 167,56 Coven, Kimberly 20,125 Covey, Kathleen 184 Cowles, Peter 146 cifaver, RoE6Ra 184 Creger, Duane 151 Crepinsek, Diane 73,151 Crider, William 146 Crooks, Julia 167 Crosby, Marcia 186 Cundiff, Barbara 167 Cunningham, Lisa 167 Curry, Pamala 125 Curtis, -Ronald 151 Cusick, Elizabeth 167 Cutler, Peggy 73,125 Cutlip, John 151 D 217 '1-Ike, Llnda.'65,15,1 , .syff'g,l-Iii '- Aka' - fa- ,m maschkeg-Karin 167 ,N ,-4. da, .V 2. fav ,qv A 1,51 -: 1--f-3 R6pen 184 . ,. mn. 5.. .. :ga- 1 .--,...? I 1422 ,P 1, Earhart, Kenneth 75,168,513 'G 167,58 Davidhizar, John 125 6 Davidhizar, Kathryn Davidhizar, Paul 21,-55,70,151 Davidson, Joanne 187 Davies, James 55,167 Davis, Brian, 151 ,W A f'Davis, Charles 151 Davis, Ida 75 Davis, Phillip 8 Davis, William 167 Day, Larry de Rosset, Rosalie Deal, Daniel 167 Deal, Diane 125 Dean, Deborah 187 Dean, James 167 Deane, Debra 151 Deckarol, Mark 187 DeCou, Jonathan 75,151 DeCou, Mark 125 Deets, Harry 126 Deligdisch, Glen 167 Dell, Susan 167 DeLong, Gregory 167 DeMaster, Beth 151 . DeMott, Janice 126 Derks, Denise 184 Detweiler, Lynette 73,167 DeVries, Dean 76,126 DeVries, Kenneth 146 Dickerson, Anthony 126 Dickson, David Diehl, Alan Diehl, Stephanie 126 Dietmeyer, Cheryl 75,151 Dietterick, Holly 118,151 Dilts, Edward 168 Dipple, Harry 144 Dirks, Charles Disterheft, Gary 151 Dituro, James 70,168 Dlugos, Andrew 144 Domask, Linda 20,126 Donahue, Maureen 152,114 Donnelly, Kent 76 Dontje, Robert 144 Dority, Rebekah 75,168 Dougherty, Terry 126 Dove, John 152 Drexhage, Siegfried 144 Dryden, John 168 Dryden, Jeffrey 126 Duma, Lori 168 Duncan, Douglas 126 Duncan, Richard Durkheimer, Tracy 152 Dusenbury, David 168 Dyck, Peter 152 a Dysart, Michael 152 E -:Edwards, Robert 187 Efifd, James Eisenbraun, Thomas 184 Eley, Colleen 75,152 Ellingson, Stanley 168 Ellis, Kroy Emmons, Amy Emmons, Judy 152 Eng, Vivian 184 Engelman, Scott Engram, Stephen 168 Ensign, Janice 187 Enterline, Linda 152 Entingh, Pamela 152 Erickson, David 168 Ericson, Barbara 184 Ericson, Jeanann 126 Erskin, Ann 152 Ertner, Vickie 126 Eskridge, Anne 152 Ettinger, Laurie 73,148,152 Everett, Frank 168 F Fabarez, David 55,168,56 Faeh, Dawn 168 Fair, Rebecca 168 Farley, Mari Faurot, Kenneth 126 Fegley, Dwight 152 Ferguson, Glen 168 Ferguson, Mark 144 Ferrel, Diana 152 Fickenworth, Ruth 168 Fifer, Steve 144 Fikejs, Ann 76,168 Finch, Mark 126 Fisher, Cathy 152 Fisher, Elaine 152 Flood, Michael 152 Fluger, Marvin 144 Ford, Mark 126 Ford, Martha 73,168 Ford, Vanessa 127 Fore, Anita 168 Forsberg, Craig 152 Foughty, Valarie 152 Fowler, Joseph 146 Fox, Kenneth 55,168 Fraats, Patricia 152 Frank, James 146 Franka, Ondrej 152 Frazier, Dorothy 182 French, David 152 Fresh, Donald 169 Frey, Ruth 73,152 Fricke, Ruth 73,127 Friedline, Patrick 76,152,114 Fromm, Brenda 169 Fry, Beverly 169 Fry, Thomas 152 Fuglestad, Mark 152 Fujii, Byron 21,70,127 Fulford, Marilyn 127 Fuller, Jeffrey 169 Fullerton, Jolene 169 G Gabalec, Ann 127 Gage, Alfred 182 Gagnon, David 21,70,127 Galo, James 169 Garcia, Ralph 169 Gardner, Clifford 169 Gardner, Paul 169 Gartner, Jane 127 Gauger, Jon 119,152 Gauger, Paul 127 Gauger, Robert 127 Gay, Gary 169 Geigert, Richard 152 Gentry, Roy 144 Gerali, David 70,127 Gerali, Joan 73,152 Gerber, Jared 153 German, Sharon 122,127 Geyer, Douglas Gibbard, Robert Paul 52,186 Gilbert, Patricia 75,127 Gilmer, lrene 182 Glasscock, Elizabeth 153 Gleason, Bonnie 184 Gleason, William 184 Goeh, Henry 153 Goheen, Thomas 169 Golik, Judith 153 Goodman, Glenn 144 Goodman, Matthew 52,153 Goodnough, Dana 153 Gordon, Allan 55,169 Gorham, Kent 169 Goss, Peter 169 Goss, Sandra 184 Gouzoules, Christopher 169 Graf, Timothy 153' Graham, David 153 Graham, Lois 169 Graham, Rebecca 20,127 Graham, Steven 169 Graham, Susan 184 Gramling, Terrell 187 Grant, Willis Paul 153 ' Graves, Marianne 169 Gray, Ruth Ann 20,153 Grebeldinger, Bruce Green, Charles 76,127 Green, Sharon 169 Green, Timothy 153 Greene, Caldonia 182 Greenslitt, James Gregersen, Bruce 153 Gregory, Marcella 153 Gregory, Robert 153 Griffin, Yvonne 128 Griffith, Dana 153 Griffith, Robert Gromke, Renee 153 Gross, Carolyn 184 Grzesiak, Bryan 169 Gunsteens, Timothy 187 Gunther, Darryl 169 Gunther, Jeffery Gushee, Martha 153 Gustafson, Debra 184 Gutzmer, Miriam 169 H Haag, Colleen .169 Haeck, Miriam 169,60 Hagan, Mark 70,128 Hagerup, Scott Hahn, Bret 52,169 Haines, Calvin 169 Hall, Kenneth 21,153 Hamlin, Robyn 170 Hammond, David 170 Hanna, James 170 Hansen, David 154 Harbeck, Judith 73,122,128 Harder, Michael 153 Hardy, Steven 21,128 Haring, Timothy 153 Harlan, Enoch 170 Harling, David 146 Harper, Charles 52,70,170 Harrenstein, Michael 153 Harris, Darryl Harris, Larry 184 Harris, Randal 52,170 Harris, Suzanne 148,153 Harrison, Scott 21,153 Harry, Thomas 153 Harvey, Martha 73,128 Harvey, Michael 182 Hash, Lori 128 . Hasper, Lars 170 Hastings, Douglas 128 Hathaway, Sandra 170 Hatteberg, Gregory 153,56 Hauter, Laura 128,60 Hawkins, Helen 187 Hawkins, Sharon 170 Hay, Christopher 153 Hay, Julie 128 Hayley, Allan Haymaker, Alan 153 Hays, David Hayward, John 188 Hayward, Steve 188 Hecht, Laura 76,128 Heckinger, Paul 154 Hedberg, Karen 170 Hedman, Katherine 76,154 Heinbuch, David 184 Heineman, Gloria 154 Heiniger, Claude 144 Heinrichs, Robert 128 Heinsch, Randy 170 Heiser, Lisa 65, 154 Heldt, Robert 76,128 Helgeson, Lynn 101,128,142 Henderson, Faith 184 Henry, Arthur 118,170 Hensley, Michael 170 Herl, Janice 76,154 Herrin, Debra 170 Herring, Jonathan 170 Hescott, Kimberly 73,154 Hess, James 154 ' Heywood, Stuart 184 Hickman, Peggy 129 Hicks, Catherine 170 Higby, Daniel 170 Hilbrands, Ronald 21,154 Hilker, Julia 154 - Hines, Dennis Hinman, Dorinda 73,154 Hipple, Linda 170 Hippie, Teresa 129 Hirschler, Thomas 70,170 Hjertman, JoAnn 154 Ho, Flora Hoch, Gaye 171 Hoffman, Daniel 129 Hoffman, Ronald 129 Hofstra, Robert 171 Hohulin, David 55,154 Holder, Cheryl 171 Holler, Steve Holm, Lynette 75,171 Holve, Andrew 129 Honts, Jerry 154 Hopkins, Rebecca 73,171 Hopson, Wendy 129 Hornok, Richard 55,122,129 Hornor, Kathy 171 Horton, Marty 188 Hosteland, Barbara 129 Hosteland, Lisa 75,171 Hough, James 185 Houvener, Paul 55,171 A Hovestol, Stephen 171 Howe, Stephen 154 Howell, Alan 70,154 Howington, Jonathan 55,171 Hoyt, Bonnie 129 Huddle, Jean 184 Hudson, Ronda 171 Huffman, Murl 154 Huggins, Steven 155 Hughes, Charles 171,58 Hugo, Stephen 129 Hull, Eloise 129 Hull, Jerry 155 Humphrey, David 52,155 Humphrey, Janet 73,155 Hunt, Norma 182 Hurd, Dale 171 Hurd, Yvonne 155 Hurne, Christine Iliff, Brenda lmer, Jack 171 lmes, Paula 155 lngraham, Julie 171 lngraham, Steve 164 Inks, Melia 171 Inman, Kevin 171,56 Irvine, Donald 52 Irwin, Mark Irwin, Kathy 20,73,129 lsmiel, Mary 171 J Jackman, Melinda 171 Jacob, Deborah 186 Jacob, Vickie 73,155 Jacobs, Bruce 188 Jacobs, Loren James, Sharon 129 James, Thomas 129 Jamieson, Audrey 171 Jansma, Jeffrey 155 Jenkins, Jay 171 Jensen, Amy 155 Johanon, Daniel 155 Johnsen, Sydney 146 Johnson Ann 184 Johnson Barbara 76,171 Johnson Bradley 75,155 Johnson Cheryl 171 Johnson Dwain 21,55,129 Johnson Kirsten 75,172 Johnson Kris 129 Johnson Lin 188 Johnson, Lois 129 Johnson, Mark 146 Johnson, Patricia 172 Johnson, Susan 155 Johnston, Charles 172 Johnston, Thomas Jolliffe, Carol 188 Jones, Amy 172 Jones, Charles 182 Jones, Glenn 155 Jones, Natalie 73,172 Jones, Rebecca 172 Jones, Wesley 155 Jukes, Jennifer 76,172 Justice, Thoedore 21,55,130 K Kalb, Israel 55,172 Kamm, Patrick 172 Kamps, Sandra 172 Kane, Michael 172 Karampelas, Theodora 130 Karr, Katherine 130 Karwoski, Gary 184 Kastelic, Bruce 172 Kaufman, Kent 70,130 Kazner, Keith 172 Kelleher, James Kellner, Mark 76,155 Kellner, Paul 188 Kelly, Marcia 75,172 Kennedy, Robert 182 Kerr, Golleen 75,185 Kerr, Kevin 70,130 Kessler, Marlis 73,130,114 Khayat, Haifa 124,130 Kiddle, Glenn ' Kiefer, Daniel Kiemle, Julie 117,130 Kijanowski, Wayne King, Berry 144 King, Kayla 130 King, Paul Kirchner, Carl 172 Kirchner, Victoria 172 Kirkpatrick, Terry 172 Kistler, Pamela 73,130 Kittaka, Craig 172 Klatt, Elisabeth 130 Kleinow, Cheryl 172 Klim, David ,131 Klingbeil, Elizabeth 155 Klopfenstein, Amy 65,155 Klotz, Rachel 155 Knottnerus, Cornelius g:3Sf3,jw55f?'5 -- f,"'.--Mr, "' 4, 4KQs1a1,ffQmf5Y3-1484155 188 A 65-172 ,iiglagisiifggiggrakel,Catherine 185 Jerrgiiyn 76,155 Kuehl, Nathan- Ku,iken,fJloy 172 P ku1i'r1,fJulie 1,72 Kurnkoski, Brian 172 lkumzelman, Randall 173 . 1:3201 V ,Kurz,jKaren 131 Kuss, Donald 131 Kyriazes, Anthony 173 1 L LaDuke, Melanie 185 Lam Ho, Tanya 131 Lam, Yan ' Lamb, Dean 70,155 Landis, Dean 55,70,173 Lane, Eugenia Laney, Donald 173 Lanman, Joy 131,114 Larabell, Nan 173 Larabell, Nathan 173 Larkin, Jesse 182 LaRocco, Sandra 155 Larrick, Monte 114 Latchaw, Bryan 70,155 Laue, Kim 75,173 Lauffer, Teresa 73,101,155 Laughlin, David 173 Lawrence, Janet 155 Lawrence, Julie 131,60 Lawrence, Linda 131,60 Leal, Daniel 188 Lee, Debra 173 Lee, Denise 75,131 Lee, Howard 173 Lee, Richie Lees, Beverly 131 Leet, Nancy 185 Legg, Raymond 155,96 Lehman, Daniel 21,155 Lehman, Steven 144 Lehuta, Eileen 173 Leman, Edward 144 Leinbach, Steven 155 Lemenager, Scott 131 Lemmert, Walter 155 A Lentsch, Curt 155 Lesher, Donald 173 Liechty, Eric 173 Lin, Nelson 173 Lindeblad, Mark 76,156 Lindquist, Jonathan Lindstrom, Christine 75,173 Lindstrom, Roland 75 ' Lines, Cheryl 156 Link, Kathy 173 Link, Robert 173 Lloret, Julian Mark 156 Lloyd, Barbara 131 Loayza, Carmen 188 Loew, Peter 131 Loftin, Mark 156 Lombard, Dawn 122,131 Loney, Arlene 173 Long, Sharon 116,117,131 Longjohn, Geralynn 156 Lonski, Edward 188 Lonski, Lawrence 188 Lord, Donald 52,70 Lors, Daniel 55 Lors, Deborah 73,131 Lott, Debbie 73,156 Loughrin, James Love, Rebecca 156 Lowe, Arthur 118,131 Lowers, Deborah 173 Lowery, Kent 134 Lowther, James 156 Lozama, Adlyn 173 Luetscher, Dale 188 Lundelius, Jay 188 Lyall, Warren 144 Lyons, Ann 174 M MacRae, Wayne 156 MacKenzie, Mark 164,174 Mahler, Jonathan 174 Mainger, Robert 156 Major, Thomas 174 Maki, John 174 Malanowski, Lynn 174 March, Karlyn 134 Mariano, Deborah 174 Marrujo, Carmen 20,134 Marsch, Leonard 70,174 Marshall, Elizabeth 134 Marshall, Gerald 134 Marshall, Katherine 73,156 Marshall, Nancy 174 lvlcunntock, unris 156 McClure, Tim 188 McCollum, Ray 182 McComas, Becky 156 McCormick, Becky 156 McDougall, Daniel 188 McDowell, Mike 174 McElroy, Joseph 156 Mclsaac, Robert 21,156 McLaughlin, George 156 McLemore, Carl 134 McMillan, Charles 76,157 McNary, William Clifford 157 McNeill, Irene 174 McNutt, David 134 Mead, Bruce 135 Meeder, Brad 55,70,135 Melnick, Jim 188 Melzer, Kenneth Merrill, Gordon 157 Messner, Diane 75,157 Metcalf, Miriam 174 Metcalfe, Mark 157 Michaels, Beth 135 Michalek, Marianne 157 Midkiff, Gretchen 174 Migliazza, Brenda 174 Mignard, Janet 157 Miller, Grant 145 Miller, Hannah 175 Miller, James 70,175 Miller Mark 157 Miller Nancy 20,135 Martin, Martin, Bonnie 73,134 Gregory 134 Martin, Philip 117,174 Martin, Regina 174 Martin, Samuel 55,70,156 Martin Susanne 20,76,134 Martinson, Gail 174 Marx, Carol 73,156 Mason, Janice 156 Massey, Roger 134 Matero, Philip 156 Mathisen, Timothy 174,56 Matovich, John 76,174 Matovich, Paul 118,156 Matson, Louis 174 Matsumura, Miles 70,156 Matthews, John 70,174 Mattocks, David 174 Mattox, Cynthia 134 Matuch, Thomas 174 Matzdorf, Jeffery 156 Maughon, Angela 174 Maughon, Terry 144 May, James 76,156 May, Julie 73,174 Mazellan, Ronald 55,156 Mazerolle, Michael 174 McCourt, Jonathan 134 McCaskill, Stuart 186 McCauley, James 134 McCauley, Rebecca 101, 156 McClenthen, Gary 116,117,156 Miller, Vicki 157 Milligan, Charles 175 Mills, Douglas 76,135 Mitchell, Teresa 157 Mitchell, Ellen 73,135 Mitchell, William 135 Mock, Roger 185 Moering, Rene 76,157 Moffat, Scott 185 Moline, John Montgomery, Horace 182 Morden, Glyn 188 Morey, Julie 175 Moritz, Mark 175,58 Morris, Amanda 175 Morris, Glenn 70,175 Morton, Lynn 175 Moseley, Allen 157 Moses, Barbara 135 Moses, Nancy 135 Mroczek, Kenneth 70,135 Mugford, Cleve 189 Mulder, John 182 Mundinger, Mark 157 Munguia, Ida Murphy, Eileen 175 Murrill,,Danny 175 Myer, Douglas 70,175 Myers, Vicki 175 N 5 Naate, Rick 189 Nadeau, John 157 Nanfelt, Lee 4,76,135 Narwold, Lori 135 Nash, Theo 175 Nearbin, Rebecca 175' Nedostup, David 155 Neely, Estelena 183 Neff, William 175 Nelson, Beth 135 Nelson, Bruce 55,101,135 Newman, Darryl 189 Newman, Theresa 157 Nichols, Christian 175 Nielsen, Kim 55,136 Nienhuis, David 146 Nolt, Margaret 157 Norby, Karla 175 Nordin, Kimberley 157 Nordine, Trudy Norman, Chris 65,136 Norman, Mark 157,56 Norris, David Norris, Steven 55,136 Norton, Thomas 185 Noverini, John 189 Nunley, Terri 176 Nyborg, Laurie 136 Nystrand, Karin 76,176 O Oberg, Brian 136 Oberg, Cheryl 176 Obinger, Lori 136 Odor, Ivan 55 Oelze, Carol 136 Ohman, George 136 Olson, Susan 75,118,157 Olson, Catherine 73,136 Ondracek, Brian 55,70,136 O'Neal, Franklin 101,176 Orner, Dawn 118,176 Orner, Douglas 52,157 Otten, Richard 189 Otto, Cheryl 176 Ottoson, Julie 20,136 Outland, Kimberly 136 Owen, David 55,137 Owen, Terrance 101, 137 Owens, Francis 189 P Paquette, Wade 157 Parker, Keith 146 Parks, Judith 186 Parks, Charma 76,137 Paschke, Carole 157 Patterson, Grace 157 Patterson, Roy 176 Patton, Charles 146 Pavkov, Daniel 157 Payne, Mary 75 Pearson, Donald 70,176 Peglow, Patrick Perkins, David 157 Perry, Brian 55,137 Persson, Phillip 176 Petersen, Cynthia 20,157 Peterson, Charles 157 Peterson, Josephine 75,176 Petty, Gordon 158 Philippi, Janet 158 Philippi, Judith 137 Phillips, Danny 137 Phillips, Miriam 158,60 Pierce, Cynthia 137 Piester, Carol 73,158 Pillow, Sarah 183 Pinkerton, James 137 Pinkerton, Steven 158 Piper, Walter Pleasant, Amy 137 Pollock, Cheryl 186 Pontier, Marilyn 186 Pontier, Ronald 186 Pontious, Timothy 137 Popenfoose, Joel 189 Popp, Margaret 186 Porch, Penny 73,137 Posslenzny, Randy 158 Powell, Arthur 176 Powell, David 158 Pozza, Larry 158 Pozza, Sheryl 176 Pratt, Craig 176 Prensner, Catherine 176 Pretzer, Denise 158 Price, Susanna 177,60 Prindle, Warren 158 Purnell, Juanita 183 Quade, Brenda 177 Quick, Philip 137 Quigg, Steve 147 Quiggle, Sharon 177 R Rae, Barbara 158 Rager, John 137 Ramos, April 177 Ramsey, Terri 177 Rand, Winston 137 Rascher, Keith 52 Rasey, Dennis 177 Ratliff, Timothy 158 Read, Douglas 158 Reed, Jonathan 177 ' Reed, Robert 21 Reedy, Belisa 177 Rehmer, Donna 177 Reichman, Rebecca 177 Reimer, David 75,137 Rennels, Cynthia 158 Reynolds, Laurence Reynolds, Rick 147 Reynolds, Susan 158 Rhoades, Roy 158 Rhoiney, Joseph 137,56 Rice, Jalane 138 Richards, Julie 158 Richards, Marvin 55,75,177 Richardson, Joseph 183 Rider, George 177 Rieckman, Pamela 76,177 Riehl, Deborah 138 Rieke, David 189 Rigby, Vickie 158 Riggins, Bruce 145 Riggs, Lawrence 177 Rings, Bret 148,158 Rise, Bonnie 138 Risser, Gaila 158 Ritchie, Mark 52, 186 Robarts, Donalda 177 Roberts, Timothy 177 Robinson, Gary 147 Rocha, Manny 177 Rodin, Darrell 177 Rogers, Suzan 177 Rojas, Annette 177 Rollerson, Harvey 177 Rosing, Lisa 75,177 Rosol, John 55,158 Ross, Michael ,147 Ross, Stephen 138 Royal, Carol 1381 Rucker, Jerome 70, 158 Rumley, Timothy 138 Rundle, David 177 Ruotsi, Lynnette 178 Rushton, Connie 73 Rustine, Paul 185 Rutkowski, Suzanne 122,138 Ruyle, Michael 138 Ryan, Mark 185 Ryan, Stephen 138 S Sakach, William 138 Sample, John 178 Samzik, George 183 Sanders, Debra 73,158 Sanders, Mark 158 Santaferraro, John 189 Santhouse, Paul 178 Sari, Louis 189 Sarnicola, Anthony 178 Saucy, Linda Sauter, Lillian 183 Sawyer, Scott 158 Sayer, Janet 158 Scallia, Kimberly 75,178 Scarvelli, Michelle 73,178 Scheidell. Mary 158 Schellenberg, Rita 185 Scheribel, Mark 138 Schexnayder, Daniel 178 Schirmacher, Alan 178 Schmidt, Philip 145 Schmitt, Mary 178 Schneider, Schneider, Schneider, Schneider, Schotanus, Schroeder, Schroeder, Schroeder Debra 158 Janice 75 Joan 178 Joy 138 Daniel 158 Barbara 158 Christopher 148,158,56 Connie 138 Schukas, Mark 138,58 Schulte, Timothy 70,178 Schultz, Donnata 184,185 Schultz, Richard 138 1-ai2fS1,i. ":A vigil 1 " . Q' A 'A A 1159 - 1 , 159 Jil, - ' Qscroggins, 'Thvomas 159 'iSearle,fKathryn 178 Seegraves, Carole 178 1S.emplinski', Joyce 186 Sennett, Susan 138 SevedLge,'Douglas 139 Shanahan, Pam 189 Sharrotta, -Frances 159 isnaw, David 159 Shaw, Kathryn 178 Shaw, Lorne 52,159 Shaw, Thomas 55,70,178 Shawback, Brenda 75,139 Sheaffer, Paul 70,159 Shehorn, Cathy 159 Shepard, Jean 178 Shepson, Brian 145 Sherman, Deborah 139 Shev, Michelle 178 Shickley, Carol 178 Shilling, Gregory 185 Shire, Donald 139 Shirk, Thomas 55,159,58 Shoemaker, Donald Short, Kevin 70,139 Shostek, Denise 159 Shovan, Kenneth Showalter, Thomas 189 Shuck, Robert 178 Shumaker, Kendall 139 Shumaker, Linda 139 Sieger, Cynthia 159 Sigmon, Thomas 178 Simenson, Timothy 178 Simmons, Becky 178 Simmons, Jonathan 147 Simmons, Laures 186 Simpson, John 139 Simpson, Kathy 75,159 Simpson, Nancy 75,184,185 Singleton, Garland 139 Sisi, James 101,159 Sjogren, Jill 178 Skaanning, Janet 73,159 Skinkle, Brian 76 Skinkle, Deanne Sloat, Scott 178,56 Sonka, Margaret Soucie, Elizabeth 101, 159 , Spahn, Susanne 179 Spearman, David 179 Spehle, Susan 179 Sperry, Sally 159 Spiegelberg, Lauren 73,179 Spitler, Ronald 55,179 Sprano, Esther 20,140 Spry, Pniiip 159 Stabile, Michael 186 Stack, Linda 140 Stahlberg, Juli 140 Stancliff, Diane 140 Stanley, Debra 179 Stassen, John 179 Stefanski, Elaine 140 Steimle, Judy 189 Steinhart, Daniel 140 Steinhart, Melanie 140 Stephens, Donald Stephenson, David Stepp, Pamela 159 Sterbin, April 179 Stevens, Sally 159 Stewart, Randall 53,179 Stewart, Sandra 140 Stillwell, Arthur 140 Stoddard, Susan 189 Stoery, Jodianne 185 Stopoulos, William 75,179 Stradiot, Mark 76,179 Strand, Nathan 179 Stufflebeam, Michael 55,140,88 Stych, Brad 159 Suk, Cathie 73, 140 Summach, Montgomerie 55,179 Surma, Carol 76, 159 Sutera, Colleen 159 Sutherland, Cynthia 76,140 Swale, John 159 Swalley, Jerreth 76,160 Swan, John 186 Swanson, Carl 170 Sweet, David 75,185 Sweeting, Robert 52,160 Swick, Thomas 141 Swinborne, Juleen 179 Swineford, Priscilla 179 Syring, Conni 141 - Syzdak, Mary 117,118,141 . Slot, Calvin 70,178 Smead, Roger 139 Sminkey, Elizabeth 179 Smith Smith Smith Smith i Smith Smith 4 Smith, Smith, Smith Smith Smith Daniel - 70,139 David 159 Donna 75,179 Jonathan 139 Larry 139 Lloyd 179 Malcolm 76,179 Melody 76,159 Philip 119,139 Richard 179 Thelma 159 T Tabb, Alan Tanaka, Frank 160 Tarcon, David 147 Taylor, Dwight 160 Taylor, Kent 179,56 Taylor, Miriam 160 Taylor Patty 179 Taylor Wayne 160 Taylor William 189 Snell, ,Mark 139 Snider, Randy 55,122,139 Snodgrass, Karen 179 Snyder, Daniel 179 Snyder, Diane 179 Snyder, John Teachout, Brian 141 , Tegeler, Joel 145 Temple, Shirley 141 Terhune, Thomas 75,160 Terrill, David 180 Tetzlaff, Helga 186 Thacker, Wendell 185 Thames, Karl 189 Theiszen, Eugene 145 Thieszen, Janice Thomas, Leslie Thomason, James 180 Thompson, David 52,141 Thompson, Debra 180 Thompson, Rebecca 76,127 141 Thomson, David 180 Thornton, Gregory 180 Thornton, Marilyn Thurber, John 141,114 Tierney, Lawrence 147 Tillery, Alan 180 Tompkins, Charlene 141 Toney, Gary 160 Tosch, Timothy 180 Touketto, Ronald 141 Townsend, Carrie 160 Travilla, Jobea 141 Trempert, Rolland 147 Tress, Nancy 160 Troff, Wayne 70,180 Trulson, Darrell 180 Truman, Charlene 20,141 Tucker, Norman 160 Tumas, Peter 75,141 Turley, David 145 Turley, Michael 141 Turner, Lynne 180 Turner, William 55,180 ' U Uehle, Lawrence 160 Ulmer, Louise 183 V Valech, Louise 160 Van Amberg, Holly 160 Van Den Berg, Paul 141 Van Drew, Keith 4, 141 Van Dyke, Marcia 75,160 Van Zante, Alice 160 Vanada, Cheryl VanCIeave, James 55,180 Van den Berg, Donald 147 Van der Werf, Barbara 180 Van der Werf, Terry 76, 180 VanKirk, Kenneth 160 VanKirk, Ruth 160 VanNada, Cindy 142,60 Vannatta, Luann 160 Vannatta, Susan 142 Vasicek, Edward 142 Vasko, Douglas 160 Vasko, Linda 75,142 Vaughters, Annie 183 Vehmeier, Melody 160 Verbaan, Anita 73,142 Vick, James 55,160 Vincent, James 117 Vitollo, Francis 189 Vogel, Christopher 180 Vogelpohl, Ronald 180 Volkening, Susan 142 Von Meding, Edward 189 Voss, Ted Voss, Deborah 142 W Walker, Clayton 180 Walker, Jeffrey 181 Walker, Robert Walker, Thomas Wall, Daniel Wallin, Nancy 186 Walton, Scipio 181 Ward, James 76,181 Ward, Patricia 185 Warden, Jon 181 Wardle, Russell 70,160 Warner, Diana 142 Warren, Rhonda 142 Washburn, David 181 Wasmuth, Scott 189 Wass, Sandra 181 Waterman, Ruth 142 Watkins, Jan 75,181 Watts, William 183 Weaver, Debra 73,160 Weber, John 55,181 Weidlich, Tamara 142 Weimer, Jack 181 Weimer, Kathleen 181 Wells, Mark 181 Werner, Harry Werner, Kathleen 161 Wessel, Brian 142 Westcott, Thelma Westerman, Julie 101,142,60 Westlund, Paul 145 Wetendorf, Peter 161 Wheeler, Daniel 186 Wheeler, Richard 75,186 Whirledge, Kathy 161 White, Dianne 76,161 Whiteside, Lois Whitely, Merry 142 Whitmer, Pamela 181 Whitton, Rena 181 Whitwell, Vallorie 161 Wickens, Michael Wickens, Virginia Wickert, Victor 70 Wiegman, Thomas 75,181 Wieler, Constance 185 Wiest, Galen 21,142 Wightman, Larry 142 Wilcox, Bruce 117,118,181 Wilcoxson, Georg 76 Wilde, Barbara 73,142 Wilde, Carol 142 Wilkin, Harold 181 Wilkinson, Nancy 161 - Wilkinson, Richard 161 ' Williams Albert 145 Williams Brenda 181 Williams, David 55,142 Williams Doyle 161 Williams Mary Anne 73,181 Williams Robyn 142 Wilson, Carolyn 161 Wilson, Jon 161 Wilson, Kevin 181 Wipp, Lucille 161 Wirt, Charity 183 Witharm, Randy Woelke, Roberta 181 Wolfe, David 181 Wolfe, Kathryn Wolfe, Steven 181 Woll, Brenda 76 Wong, Leona 185 Woodruff, Philip 161 Woolley, Laura 161 Wories, Peter 143 Worst, Lesah 73,143 Worst, William 189 Woznick, Pamela 161 Wren, Rita 73,143 Wright, Sharon 181 Wright, Steven 75,161 Wroge, William 55,161 Wuchter, Susan 117,161 Wunker, Alice 143 Wuthrich, Susan 143 Y Yaglowski, Carl 161 Yankey, Debra 181 Yoder, Keith 70,143 Yoho, Daniel 161 York, Jeffrey 181 York, Luanne 181 Yoshioka, Yoko 161 Young, Daniel 143 A z Zeigler, Becky 143 Zielinski, Janet 161 Zielinski, Karen 161 Zimmer, Betty 73,181 Zirbel, Robin 161 Zumack, Leroy 4 Y. tt f F . ,, X. Q A .J . .ss -:,,,X. ..!" Definition of a yearbook editor: 1. one who is supposed to know what's going on. 2. one who calls the Walsworth Sales Representative to find out what should be going on. 3. one who stays up late during deadline week. 4. one who says "l'm sorry" alot. 5. one who is headstrong but soon finds out that compromise equals staff unity. 6. one who yells when the work isn't getting done. 7. one who must explain to the technical adviser why the photos look the way they do. 8. one who must explain to the faculty adviser why the copy isn't ready yet. 9. one who often has a headache. 10. one who knows what's on page 63 and page 104 and page 198 and .... 11. one who sighs "lt's finished" after the first four deadlines and whoops, "lT'S FIN- ISHED" after the final deadline. 12. Qol 'ji' one who experiences the feeling of frustration, ' disappointment, disillu- sionment, joy, satisfaction, and victory. 13. one whose chief aim is to glorify God. 14. one who gives thanks to all those who have helped make the 1979 ARCH a reality. 15. one who is extra grateful for her staff that pulled it all together. Working on the ARCH was a whole new experience for me, one that l won't forget. The challenge of creating a yearbook seemed overwhelming at times, but God's grace was always sufficient to see us through even the most pressured situations. So much more could be said, but we'll let the product speak for itself and let you form your own impression. In His service and for His King- dom. 5 .- 0 O Hu, Q3 ll l """4 'lc at 4: Ever take a peek behind those massive wooden doors on first floor Culby? Students who do, discover that the Dean's Department does much more than administer disciplinary action! First they find a friendly smile. Someone on the Dean s staff is always willing to talk encourage and advise The Dean s Department deals with all areas of student life apart from academics Dean lrvin said Their main responsibill ty however is career counseling Working with students in a unique capacity the Deans want to help students appreciate their abilities and spiritual gifts and the career opportunities open to them The Deans want to see every student benefit from every aspect of their Moody training At the same time they hope to challenge students to develop themselves as people who can be used of God ',4' -,fx S is 5 ML "Q 'Tl .ff A Q 'en M , '- 'al , 1 - 4- 'Q-!:' .' 'di Y i-lv 'q 'Q elim, - ' I A 'I ' -I+' "'. "',. -1 'W I I mir ini 1 I- I if "' 'I " i f Q J U I V A hd Yi .' I I , V in . . ' "1 l 1 1 'P ' f"EN-V-u'Fff ' H" H-'Nw 16 Ill-T . ' ' Qf"".1' 1 U h wi 1.4-. FA Q 1 Hi 1 fx- .i . 4 4 .V .WQVEQSM '-'if"' . , 9 I 'jg' "',!,' ' , ,' u ' gl-1 W J ' -4 .19 nv kr:-.1 QL, es! N' V4 1- 'H Lf' ' gl luf RFQ. 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"Every R.A. is different, each one tackles it a whole different way." ,ya S . AX Q , 5 3 .5 Qbwxv Miss Jill Myers . S 1978-79 R.A.'stIeft to rightj, Back Row: Nancy Front Row: Jill Myers, Esther Sprano, Lori Miller, Linda Domask, Beth Aubrey, Cynthia Althens, Ruth Gray, Carmen Marrujo, Kim Petersen, Becky Graham, Nancy Rendel, Coven and Kathy Irwin. Susanne Martin Julie Ottoson Kittie Truman. 1978 79 RA 5 tleft to righti Back Flow Bob Reed F-ton Hilbrands Dave Gagnon Doug Baker, Keith Van Drew, Lee Nanfelt, Front Row: Ted Justice, Steve Hardy, Ken Don Brubaker, Scott Harrison, Brent Allen, Hall, Paul Davidhizar, Byron Fujii, and Flon Galen Weist, Dan Lehman, Dwain Johnson, Cash. f t 2 "I see myself as someone who is there when a student wants to talk or goof around, but mainly, I am me-making friends. Then together as friends, our whole floor-a part of the Body of Christ-sets some goals. I help to motivate us toward those goals, and together we reach them." Tony Zoccolillo, Men's Head Resident Advisor, also feels that getting to know students is an important part of an R.A.'s job. "lt's great to have total accessibility to the students," he said. "I can walk out on the plaza and talk with them in a way that many of our Faculty are unable to do." The Women's Head Resident Advisor, Jill Myers, feels "a real need for personal involvement with the students." She said, 'Il am continually impressed with the caliber of students here, and the potential they have for making an impact on the world." 'I 'L-:"'5 if gi, p , ' , a X X Z x I X ' Y, E V it ff 1 i 8 5 . .. f 17-111 Mlwn- 502' I ,Wy 1 X S 1 '. 't g is Y, :I S si , . V ,R tt ' N 1 W: . A.. ,xx Bible and Theology Everybody knows our mid- dle name, Bible. But few people have a knowledge of "Who's Who" in the Bible department. Peeking into the Chair- man's office, one cannot help but note with great interest the assortment of memorabilia that surrounds Dr. Paul Haik. Of special significance is a wooden fish, the Greek sign used to identify New Testament Chris- tians. Dr. Haik, one of two Greek teachers, has sensed a respon- sibility to "communicate the Word of God in a simple and understandable way." To ac- complish this, Dr. l-laik seeks a rapport with students and faculty, "Fellowship with teachers here lacks the professional jealousy so evident on other campuses, including secular and evangelical," he said. "We have a fine team at Moody." Dr. Walter Banks i A -X 5 .fx 9- Q. 3, Ee ' 5' it . V2.. J af, I ' fv., l -v, rf. I f .1 -N -li' -Qwlev-""'! 'f ' .'w"f ,- v I .. , ,NN ,. 6,1 , '. 1-, ,iff I ,if -l He's serious, but don't be misled. He may be thinking ahead-way ahead. As chair- man of the Theology depart- ment at Moody, Dr. C. Fred Dickason has much on his mind, but not too much to grant me some time over the telephone. I heard these words: "Dickason residence." ll'm a bit nervousl. "Hello, Dr. Dickason? Remember me? lWhew . . . he didl. So I asked him what came to his mind when he thought of MBI. "The students' ardent desire to honor the Lord," he said warmly. He also shared with me the favorite aspects of his job. "-The privilege of doing what God has called me to do, and seeing the positive changes in the lives of the students," he said with zeal. Cordiality similar to Dr. Dickason's exists throughout the Theology department. Dr. Harold Foos peered out at me behind innumerable stacks of magazines and books to com- ment The competent and friendly colleagues here are tremendous. Your Theology department -- get to know them. . Q . . iff ?': A X N A X ..g4 'Ti Y -Q xv . 5. ,.. ., g S ,,l n-u-,. 1 .v l -vu , . v 4 X Y' Q X Q . xl, , - b . I 3 A 'V gnu- . , V "' . , Vt ... ' ' e. . ! 513' Q V ' , .W , - izkx I ' . 'A P s1,T!?.sE:-123311. 'Kr - A -M. A 'Wu 'bg A E 'Avg X919 xg. .s':',f..' W- "Mft 'wfw '- O aw. 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I J Christian Education "Christian Education equals people," said Dr. Werner Graendorf, Chairman of the Christian Education Department. "The heart of this ministry is the people whom you touch." Why are people so important in Christian Education? "Teaching is a way of helping people grow," Dr. Graendorf said. "lf people are going to grow, they must have someone to share the Word with them." That is where the Christian . Education Department comes in- training students "to reach people at all age levels, helping them grow as followers-disciples-of Jesus Christ." "One of the highest offices is that of a teacher, being able to minister to others and to their needs," said Dr. Robert Clark, Professor of Christian Education. "One of my purposes as a teacher is to reproduce my life in the lives of others and help them to become better teachers." Pastoral-Evangelism 99 He raises a closed fist with zeal, just as he always does when he means what he's saying. Ml love preaching," he says with a smile. Dr. Douglas Gallagher, Chair- man of the Pastoral Evangelism Department, continues, "My heart is the heart of a pastor. I love the local church!" r Such enthusiasm sparks the Pastoral-Evangelism Department, whose purpose it is to train men to be pastors, evangelists, or members of a pastoral staff. Faculty members teaching in the Pastoral Evangelism Department include Mr. Sam Canine, Dr. Lon Wilson, Dr. Donald Smith, Dr. Marvin Mayer, Mr. Terry Hall, Dr. Leonard Rascher, Mr. Robert Oldham, and Dr. Douglas Gallagher. Communications as we . 7 ,MQ X ' ,-mn, ,..,-L , .Y -na, im 9 'ay bbxtf Ni A confused mass of thoughts and words blotched from my pen They sprawled In dlsorder over the Iuned whlte paper before me I was tempted to duscard them and the whole task of wntang but then I reconsndered Maybe just maybe the raw maternal that stared me boldly In the eyes could be molded and used to communlcate God s message to others Thus thought gave me new enthuslasm So l took a strong grasp on my pen and dlrected my hand to the task of organnzlng tangled Ideas and black n As a Communucatlons major through my struggle wuth deas words and Ink I m 4 35996-H developlng skulls that wlll determine my effectlveness In expressmg myself as I share the message of Jesus Chrlst wuth others J- .fr 'v ..-, "J .4 -'sf I ul ZZ'-1 ' I6 Physical Education ti . . . On a crisp afternoon, soccer players race in a curious frenzy after a black and white blur. Sliding through damp grass, they send a ball soaring toward their goal with merciless kicks. . . . Inside the North Hall gym, two brother floors engage in a volleyball game which features all the action of a professional tournament. From the bleachers come the explo- sive yells of each sister floor as consecutive points are scored. . . ,lt's 8:00 am. in a racquetball court at the Lawson YMCA. Two bleary-eyed girls quickly wake up as they swing and slam a ball into the wall. tAughl It's coming backli Gym classes, intramural and recreational activities, and varsity sports provide opportunities for every student to reap the benefits of good exercise. Not everyone is an athlete, but everyone can enjoy sports. Skills are taught at Moody, but the emphasis is placed on developing these skills into a lifetime involvement in physical fitness. Sacred Music In the Sacred Music Depart- ment the talents developed are distinct. The ministry stressed is music. The meaning of music varies according to the personality defin- ing it. "Music is an art, a science, and a ministry," explained Mr. Gerald Raquet, acting Chairman of the department. To Mrs. Emily Shive, Assistant ..!0l'w"V- :SW .st . -46" Professor of piano and voice, "Music is a means of communicat- ing the gospel and God's love. I can best express myself through mu- sic." "It's a way of life," said Miss Dorothy Symonds, Professor of voice. Mr. Gerald Edmonds, conduc- tor of Moody Chorale, views music as "personal enjoyment, a ministry to others, and an involvement which creates the necessity of musicians working together in concert." These teachers enjoy working at Moody. "I like everything but the commuting!" commented Mr. Fiaquet. All the teachers in the department can identify with Mr. Edmonds' summary, "I am investing my life in others which is an investment of eternal value." 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Clothing, and things we think are important, aren't so important when you get to a different country." Mr. Classen continued to say that the missionary is not old-fashioned or outdated, but that "some of the things he's seen have changed him." Howard Whaley, Chairman ofthe Missions Department, helped clarify what a missionary really is. "A missionary is one sent by the church to witness for Jesus Christ with a view to bringing people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, bringing them into a church, and discipling them to a point where they can duplicate the process," he said. ir-, I, kk Missions lm - is 1 'xi ' 'N r.- -wlkxqx Q. , , .V i Q N ' -asv' AS. ,411 Miss Rosemary Turner Ftegistrar's Office Freshmen learn quickly that coHege students spend rnuch of then tune wahmg in hne-Jhe lunch hne,the Hne atthetehefs wnndow,andthelongestoneofaw the registration line. This B the Hne where a Qudentsfunue depends onthe first letter of his last name. Even thoughyournayfeelhkeoneofthe mass, you are an important individual to the Registrars Ofhce, HVVe register, record and continually review the progress of students in their pursuit of acadennc exceHencef saki Mr. Roy Shervy, Director of Admis- sions and Chief Registrar. "We work on those three Rs tregister, record, and reviewl for every Day, Evening, and Summer School studentu Laboring with Mr. Shervy are Alice Lindsley, Assistant to the Directorg Mildred Benson. Even- ing School Fiegistrarg Warren AHen, Assistant Director of Admissions and Assistant Ftegis- tran and Connm Leepen Secre- r 5 tary. M Practical Christian Work "Y N' 9 v ! . ,A Dr. Leonard Flascher-Director ft if ' ty . "Learning by doing" was one of the major distinctives of D. L. lvtoody's teaching. He wanted every students training to include active involvement in Christian service. And so Practical Christian Work began, helping to bridge the gap between academic studies and on-the-street experience. "The PCW assignment gives students experience, it's the real thing," said Mr. John Tahl, Supervisor of lv1en's Assignments and Assistant to the Director. Mr. Tahl, and Miss Wilda Byrd, Supervisor of Women's Assignments, toil together in the big job of assigning PCW's. "We spend a lot of time in prayer before we even make the first assignment," Miss Byrd said. PCW's vary from taming a rowdy bunch of AWANA kids to visiting lonely old folks in a retirement home. Whatever it is, ministering to people is the goal. Student Employment "Our students have an amazing reputation in the community," reflect- ed Mr. Leslie Grammer, Manager of Student Employment. "We have more jobs than we can ever fill." Student Employment's mission is mainly to "help students obtain part-time positions on and oft campus," said Assistant Manager Virginia Robinson. With so many jobs, it sounds simple to match student with employment, but the process is complicated. "I always have about ten things going at once," said Mr. Grammer. "My desk is always in shambles, the phone keeps on ringing, and the students keep popping in. If Miss Robinson or I were the kind of people who had to do one thing at a time until it was finished, we'd crack up," He continued to say that the trials of working in Student Employment demand "a special gift from the Lord for patience," a gift that he attributed to Miss Robinson. Miss Robinson plans to retire after this year, her thirty-first at the Institute. Cin lt's better than home, When your tummy starts to rumble, you just run down and eat. You don't even have to set the table. And when you are finished, no dishes to wash or pans to scrub. Just pick up your tray and place it on a conveyor belt. How's that for food service! Simple as it is for us, the process is involved for Food Service person- nel. According to Mrs. Eva Parker, Food Service Director, many hands labor in the vast kitchen behind the student dining room. 'tWe have twenty-five full-time employees and ninety part-time. Each of those people could work up to twenty-one meals a week, though they usually don't," she said. Though it works at home, just opening the cupboard and choosing what looks good wouldn't work too well in Food Service. Planning takes place long before every meal. Food Service Assistant Marcia Scott writes the menu, Mrs. Eleanore Leber, Purchasing and Inventory Coordinator, pre-costs the menu and purchases the food. Production Manager Lee Bush makes sure enough labor is available to prepare each meal. He oversees the produc- tion and insures that the food is ready on time. Mrs, Jean Wright, Depart- mental Secretary, processes the bills and pays themt Along with the student dining room Mrs Parker is responsible for the Coffee Cove the special dining rooms and all the vending machines It s a very hard iob she said bu it s one of the best things Ive ever done the happiest one , . i it i - vi - it t 1 i ., . , - ,- Audio-Visual Center Fitzwater Hall is not just a building full of classrooms! Ask Mr. Bruce Cain, Director of the Audio-Visual Center. Located on the first floor of Fitzwater, the A-V Center meets the needs of Day School Students, Evening School Students, the Faculty and the business departments. "Schools with an A-V Center in the true sense of the word are few," said Mr. Cain. "At Moody, we're prepared, both with personnel and equip- ment." The people at AVC are just a few of the increasing number seeking to utilize man-oriented technology for God-oriented purposes i s N. jf? --.L .. " hx .N M iff 44 46 14 IS 4 IF fl IS ri 11: ,al 32 .. ...., 'Q "ii -Q "Q -Q 'QQ 'Wh ,- 'S "-2 Q 'S 'K 49 .af .J .nl .ful an -1 41 -di 4:1 aft -I1 -'I-1 Gil 1-2 'li 'Q -in 'eu "-Q 'fb Wh QQ 'S 55 X L Library Watts Miss Henrietta Masses and masses of books. Simply hordes of them, On shelf after shelf. And you have to find one-one book among the multitudes. After consulting the card ca- talogue, which kindly assured you that the book you are looking for is a figment of your distressed imagina- tion, where would you turn? To one of MBl's four librarians, of course, Mr. Richard Schock, Mr, Brien Belanger, Miss Henrietta Watts or Mr. Walter Osborn. 'iThe thing l like most about my job is the contact l have with people," said Mr. Belanger. Aside from meeting people, Mr. Belanger has contact with books, 90,000 of them. "We check out about 33,000 books a year," he said. Mr. Schock, Head Librarian, estimated that the library purchases "2,000 to 4,000 new titles every year, depending on the budget," All four librarians will soon be working on a relocation project. "We anticipate getting seventh floor tCrowell Halli by next school year," Mr. Belanger said. "That will give us the summer to relocate materials." whxvu U ARCH I979 Moody Bible Institute Volume 42 820 North l.a Salle Street Chicago, Illinois 60610 Evening-Extension School ff' 2 ff? 1' f 1 4, fit. rf ff: sf rig, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, of Zion, Wheaton, East Moline, and Flockford, Illinois, of Madison, Wisconsing Akron, Ohio, Highland, indiana, and Boynton Beach, Florida? You are right! Those are the locations for Moody Evening-Extension Schools. "Evening-Extension School is an adult continuing education program, equipping lay people for the work of the ministry," said Mr. Allyn Sloat, Director of Evening- Extension Schools. He said Evening School, which began in 1930, is a continuation of D. L. Moody's vision to train lay persons for a Bible ministry. Moody's vision is growing at a rapid pace. "We get inquiries all the time from those who are interested in starting an evening-extension school in their area." Mr. Sloat continued, "There's great potential for growth, possibly at the rate of two or three schools a year, as the Lord provides the funds and the faculty." I Correspondence School "We have people from mur- derers to Christian psychiatrists taking our courses. People in the White House and even a billion- are's wife have been enrolled," said the Director of Moody Correspondence School, Mr. Paul Wieland. Correspondence School provides a Bible education through the mail, reaching a wide variety of people in their homes. With such a colorful assortment of students, the courses must be written with diversity in mind. According to Mr. Wieland, there are sixty-five courses at four levels of difficulty: a children's level course, layman's level courses, college credit and graduate level courses. The mailman delivered 118,640 of these courses last years Norton Building Missionary Aviation While profs in Chicago do their teaching in a classroom, behind a podium, in a coat and tie-Aviation instructors may also do their teaching under a plane, in a plane, on a wing, or in the air. "Our faculty members are intensely involved on a person-to-person level with the students," said Mr. Dirk Van Dam, Director of the Department of Missionary Aviation. Fifteen full-time instructors teach at Moody .6 A ' 4 X : P X li KN K .. ,. K N, A vw . W.,'4 ,1'yy .NYJ L Aviation in Elizabethton. They fly and care for a fleet of twenty-two airplanes and two helicopters. Mr. Robert Rich, Pre-Aviation Coordina- tor in Chicago, said that although the profs at Moody Aviation are not missionary pilots or mechanics themselves, they consider their jobs just as important to God's work. "We see our jobs as part of the team effort of evangelical missions," he said. xXx Qx x XX cw K 5153? ' E -. .. - x. N " .-:'l:V'x ' Upon landing, a pilot-to-be listens happily to his instructor's remarks, QQ-1 Mr. Michael Childers Mr. James Dolgner -5' Mr. Bruce Hendrich X . X 'VN Mr. Keith Ericson Mr. John Hamilton if Mr. Joseph Hopkins Mr. Charles Horn Mr. Roger Kuypers 1 . E 1? Mr. Dirk Van Dam Director Mr. Reid Berry Mr. Walter Carrier X Mr. Robert Harrell Mr. Richard Martin Mr. Dan Mills ,H .wg Mr. Alvin Rice .I K 4- , XX y lil? K A b , -.,.. Mr. Robert Rich iv' Mr. Edward Wheeler , M . N l kiiff, ..- MW' N... Mr. Burt Rich ponders over the complex avionics test equipment. -..Qu 1' Q, " 6, lg .ig ' r X .-L ' Mr. William Powell Mr. Burt Rich Mr. Ronald Royce Mr. Burt Woodworth V ,. Presiding over a well-organized stockroom, Mr. Burt Woodworth orders more supplies. The school behind me. My attitudes Amid so many students, my actions did my footprints melt into did they reflect the God obscurity? l've learned to know? gg, Tx 9' I ' ' ! . O .,f ,,, 9 -P if f, S Student Life "As you therefore ha ve received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, having been firmly rooted and now being built up in Him and established in your faith, just as you were instructed, and overdowing with gratitude." Colossians 245- 7 HI IH fu A w , V , YQ X X X! r r i t -. 1 w. 5, "1 ,, rr' ul e H Vlfji. a ' V 1 o 00 ,OS , ' -V D TTT fi? f y i'.'. - 'L :fm .Q--1. . ew, , I A :1'Ag5f,'? . ',f:-5 . .f 3'1':' - ' .357 vii? I -1311! 2. ,'vW1"'4u Sw-.plzglft L . , -n 4 s 1 -' Q 11 at-V 7 1 hi 'lu ' L fx .QP 7451 V, TQ - H P'-Q lv ' fa '5- e e A Soccer Player is . 6 , g Ia in T , g 5, -"' r f + Q ffl ' -f .-F 4 5 f " A 8' " QE X. " 1' ,A L' ns. . 1, K : 'l f Xl QF A ., "1 1 14, P ,. jf If .Qlf 2 T ,g if ' -F227 7 , .v ,exit at J 'Y' i Q H., X ' Aaviv 'L f 5 -. 1 0 wI,L.l,,.T,W , .., - ,I+ 3 1978 SOCCER TEAM-FIRST ROW lleft to righti: Bob LorneShaw, David Humphrey, WayneConway, Randy Harris, Sweeiing, Don Irvine, Keith Rascher, Paul Gibbard, Mark Chuck Harper, John Temple, and Dan Carlson. Not pictured: Ritchie, Doug Orner, Bret Hahn, and Randy Stewart. Matt Goodman. SECOND ROW: Bob Brennan, Don Lord, Dave Thomson, .,,w.-W5-5, , , s' A ABOVE: A smiling soccer coach, Mr, David Hockersmith pauses to express ' his happiness over a winning season. RIGHT: A soccer player is graceful on a grassy turf. W '-921 J' ' 'z-fs .-iv, ,.,MNsM , N, ,Q AW, . X, 52 aw. 'iw'-A 6.:..E65 QQ, ...t - . X , X A I-. kt T. ,X qu, Q t 5. 'TTT . if' . .Swami-5 This year's soccer team boasted a 6-3 conference record. With wins against Trinity Christian, Lincoln Christian, and Grace Bible College, the most satisfying victory was against Grand Rapids School of Bible and Music, 3-1. "lt was the top game," said Coach Dave Hockersmith. "We played well-1000!0 from everyone." Another notable game was against Wheaton's Junior Varsity. "l was proud to lose 1-O. They're a tough team," said senior Bob Brennan. "lt's the caliber of play, not the final score that counts." Despite good season play, the Archers were booted out of the play-offs by an untimely loss to Maranatha, 1-4. Overall, Coach Hockersmith was pleased with the performance of the team. "There was never a game that we gave up-we kept going," he said. "l was proud of the way we played." vw X W 'Wi 9 UPPER LEFT: A soccer player is a combination of brute force and split second decisions, LEFT: A soccer player is agile and goal minded. ABOVE: A soccer player is someone who doesn't mind putting his foot in his mouth if it will get the ball closer to the goal. - I G . . , K. ' . if'f'wv " 'i 'iff , . -.rv ' f' its .5 Wg if E 's A ,sri rg r, . A .. ,,. " "4 t nge fl X V' Seniors, Juniors Tie for First When the trees in Lincoln Park are first tinged with rugged gold and rust, the Moody football teams kick off their season. On any Saturday afternoon, enthu- siastic shouts and a shrill referee's whistle break through the fall air. Even in intramural competition, the games can become intense as players strive for possession of the ball and touchdowns are scored in the last seconds of the game. This year's season peaked with a draw between the Juniors and the Seniors for the Championship. Accord- ing to the team coaches, it was due to this exceptional enthusiasm and participation that each finished 3-1. HAII the guys on the Junior team were willing to give 1O1"!0," said Bill Wroge, Junior Coach. Dwain Johnson, Senior Coach and quarterback, felt that the Seniors turned around last year's losing season only because "we played together when it countedg we didn't quit." R b . .si - S i -QS ,.,. aft V .Z '-0 if K -- .L ,v ,,':--,!,.- v- A -y tl' 'Sgt rv .. . - , y i H. ,' K. 'qty -,fx ,. , ,, IN. .f lr . , ,J sau ,, .1 Y A' W s ' qgsf V-gf.. Y1X,,.i-is X, mn- if , 1 Lrg, ,iiacqgixfg if ' I ., i4Z'Ng N w.. Yx1.g,X31-SEN Q. 4' -i i ,rig girl fb.-K r. . ,-ftki.: SE- Wifi Q -. vt I X . ff' ,. sf,Y'l,f1 35 ,:- , , ,f x-'f fn its, ' .wi Q1 t s - X Vi Q, - ,,., A4 .. .QVYP . JJYQ .V fiii x xx XX, .XA I -a 'lf I - 41" L Q wwf .. .rc-Irv - 4 .qv . 'v ..1'J5-wifi: A- " " , -'hr Y..1l I -- . -9 ' . L . X A 4 ' ' fl ,lr- - .I .', ' A FA- I ii.. Q 4 . V' H r , a -- . .1 - 'v ' wa- l' ik. OPPOSITE PAGE FAR LEFT: HI-lang it h-i-g-h, . . LEFT: "End zone, here I come," OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: A tense moment-one of many. TOP: SENIOR TEAM-FRONT ROW lleft to rightlz Brian Ondracek, Kim Nielsen, Steve Norris, and Brad Meeder. BACK ROW: David Williams, Doug Baker, Brian Perry, Dwain Johnson, and Ted Justice. Not pictured: Rich Hornok, Randy Snider, Mike Stufflebeam, David Owen, Bruce Nelson, and Ivan Odor. MIDDLE: JUNIOR TEAM-FRONT ROW lleft to rightl: John Rosol, Paul Davidhizar, Mike Vick, Sam Martin, and Tom Shirk. BACK ROW: Dave Hohulin, Dan Lors, Bill Wroge, Bryan Clark, Flon Mazellan, Steve Leinbach, and Bob Jones. BOTTOM: FRESHMEN TEAM-FRONT ROW Cleft to rightl: Tom Shaw, David Fabarez, Kermit Carlberg, Bill Turner, Paul Houvener, John Weber, and AI Spitler. MIDDLE ROW: Dean Landis, Ken Fox, J, Scott Howington, Jim VanCIeave, Monty Summach, Tim Richards, and Jim Davies, BACK ROW: Manny Roch, Al Gordon, Vince Camera, Scott Anderson, and Israel Kalb. BELOW: Warming up for a quarterback appearance, Sk ' I, ,J 1- ,Ml , ' v 4-. , ,- ,.'-591-Earl 1c'5'.f3.,.':- M ' ries " 3.4. , l. KA,' , , , Iii ,1 j, , - v.,,-s , , ,r .-rt . .. -'i',,,1-,is-.-3" e :WM -1, ,i 'qu 'f : 235' U ' -3-2,34-. , ' . 4-51 ,. mi I ' ' -, V.-'. . , 1.1-'-Tl?" '-is i- , "fa "TIS .'Z"',. , -f'-H 1"'5 "-. :',' ' r "i:"'l'5f' ."wTs. - bd.. 3. it - ' sm' ,if lcfii, f, 9356 'Y K' A .-Ax 'A M ,Ji 5' , , 1-.?t1iiJ-,Q afykr "-1.42, Q 'QW-,I X giyrflt is 5.5: its?-2 if-2 AB, 'W' "s, N 3 P aft l,1'BnCLK "Y'H. IVQL 'ii I li' G .ffl 'Weiss f. 4 I MPJQY 'E L 2.1! -vw- 'i 'v Q, S D. ,,.. 35959 arg "Rr '- :Sd 4 -. ' .,.w"aw 559 "7 1 AQ In 'us "The Lord is my strength and my shield. my heart trusted in him. and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly reioicethg and with my song will l praise him." Psalms 2817. J' x i Q , K in 5 W. , .tll -il st' JI A ' 14' J 4 . ,ah '64 1, 411 1978-'79 Men's Basketball Team-Front Flow: Joseph Tim Mathisen, Kevin Inman, Dave Fabarez, Coach David Pthoiney, Chris Schroeder, Otis Agee, Mark Norman, Kent Hockersmith. Taylor. Back Row: Scott Sloat, Dave Corlew, Greg Hatteberg, Shooting Archers They say the game of basketball has its ups and downs, but the Archers have continued to shoot for the top. The team portrayed a spirit of perseverance and enthusiasm during this season. Even in a loss, their determination gave us reason to be proud. "They never gave up until the last second," commented one avid fan. The team had a good attitude toward the game and their opponents. Prayer times, as a team, helped Christian character to be displayed along with good sportsmanship. As with any good team, there were long, hard hours of practice. This developed a genuine unity and cooperation among the players. The second semester's new additions to the team added fresh energy and new strategies, which were appreciated by the fans. One student summed it up well claiming "that the Archers gave 100 percent and more each game was evident to every spectator." Did ever a rebound take so long?! Battling it out . . . in court 1 . .f 9? . 3 . .t-..,. , ,,, .f 4 fi! V. 8 C 'y ants:-rf-f' "- W 1.4 F55 4 , A N 25:1 gm 't' nu v ' '1?2:g'f.L,:'4Yf3 st - 4 7 -ff.W'3 will-if Oh no, he shot at the wrong basket! U". :T-f nv "Let's go defense!" 1LEFTy How did I get myself into this mess?! Grapplers Wrestle With Winter Weather S tx tx j 1 x,' ,. ,, in 7 21 1978-'79 Wrestling Team-Front Row: Mike Stufflebeam, Dan Buckweitz, Ken Earhart, Mike Daniele, Tom Shirk. Back Row: Mark Schukas, Mark Moritz, Neal Knottnerus, Bryan Hughes, Doug Buckwalter. V Don't move! say UNCLE! The gentle art of persuasion Where did those legs come from? 3 -i -Lyfgljj-i4s.' S116-.31 3 ,3 .,.. -QQQSZ' if -155- .EFS , ffm Where other teams failed, the ferocious winter weather of Chicago managed to pin every member of the Moody Archers Wrestling team. . .to the campus. 'Hlnclement' weather was re- sponsible for the cancellation of several weeks of wrestling meets" commented a half-smiling Joe Green- ebaum. It was obvious he had taken the disappointment well. "Basically, it was a good season, The team has a lot of potential with several new wrestlers. The team was well balanced in that we had all the weight classes covered. We look forward to next year," he concluded. And wrestlers, so do we. -we 5 I Do you want to know a secret'7 Coach Joseph Greenebaum I told you I can t do a handstand even with your help, "' if' I , v - ":',,.a,3' . ' x 'Ik Shoot, Dribble, Pass In the palm of her hand! 'rj- "'s X ,...l" Catch it if you can. fi55'it2,'N2 That extra effort The women's basketball season of 1978-79 was filled with many surprises. Additional members coming on after break and injuries sustained during play contributed greatly to this already colorful sport. What other team can boast of playing in a gym where the lights went out in the middle of the game and stayed out, thus cutting short an interesting match. ln the words of captain Cindy I VanNada, "We had to utilize our speed, and concentrate on coordinating our the year was one of variety, action, and yes, victory for the Women's Basketball team. Fast 'n Furious! individual abilities." All things considered, , Women's Basketball Team Makes It Happen J 9 Slll -"' llli P l -A -.Vps ' in - 1- L- 'I ...N-. - , ..3'L,- 3 - V V' 4.0 .--U 1978-'79 Women's Basketball Team lleft to rightl: Sue Linda Lawrence, Miriam Phillips, Coach Claudia Long, Price, Julie Lawrence, Laura Hauter, Cindy VanNada, Miriam Haeck. Jolene Anderson, Debbie Bland, Julie Westerman, - U NWwn..,,,,mNm5 ,..- , 'vw--:-Illfi r--1-.4-...,,R.m-"v-M 0 Q49 0 ,Q-9' Linda Lawrence discovers that the ball is out ol her reach. ll 'N gr" 13, Volleyball Team Sets For Smashing Season The Womens Varsity Volleyball season began in August with high expectations and enthusiasm. The twelve team members learned to discipline themselves mental- ly, as well as physically, for the daily practices. The excitement of meet- ing and playing other college teams, of being part of the MBI team, wearing uniforms. and riding together in the van, all played a part in making the 1978 season memorable. The record. five wins. seven losses, doesnt show the unity, love, devotion the 1978 volleyball team had for the game, each other, Coach Long. and most importantly, for the Lord who gave them the ability to participate in the first place, 4 rkf' K 'V C' -2 1978 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Jolene Miss Claudia Long. Miriam Gutzmer, Mary Syzdak, Anderson, Pat Amstutz, Cindy Van Nada, Kim Nancy Wilkinson, and Tanya Lam Ho. Ciavirelli, Julie Westerman, Joy Kuiken, Dianne White, i I-gp--i ABOVE: In the pre-game pep talk, Coach Long maps out the " ' strategy. RIGHT: Jolene sends the set-up spinning toward the sky. . -. L OPPOSITE PAGE: United in spirit and effort, the team passes the 5' ball up to the front row. ff x spuke' .xexsaffsx-is J - .,.e .Mn , :- N iz., 19 -Q "' Q- RQ f , Cheerleaders Encourage Enthusiasm Where would school spirit be without the cheerleaders? lt's the cheerleaders who with big smiles face the stands and generate enthusiasm game after game. Awakening the school spirit is not an easy task. Cheerleading is more than the perfect cheer, it's people. An opportunity is presented to develop friendships that have been initiated by a mutual interest. Sharing and praying together creates a neces- sary unity. "You have to be close when you're climbing on each other," said Captain Amy Klopfenstein with a laugh. Encouraging the team members, not only as a team but also as individuals, is seen as the main goal. The girls seek to focus the crowd's attention on the players and their game. A good testimony and right attitudes displayed on the floor make cheering easy and enjoyable. Genuine appreciation by the team is sufficient reward. Coach Debbie White led the squad with assistance from Carolyn Rafferty. Debbie's enthusiasm and bright spirit is an inspiration and makes her a "very special person." ABOVE: 1978-79 CHEERLEADERS-Ftanita Korpak, Betty Bowman, Chris Norman, Lisa Heiser, Amy Klopfenstein, Linda Dahlke, and Coach Debbie White. RIGHT: During halftime the cheerleaders take over the court and perform numerous cheers in an effort to spread the winning fever. OPPOSITE PAGE: The squad displays the talent they have developed from many gruelling hours of practice. - - ii? 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A . . xv...,,,. .... ,.-- nun. ,W mv - vw www' --H -..W ....,.,,, ,, ,aww ax wnak-4-Q xv gm-.wx an-mu nun .-mwuw ..,,, .,Y, V -xy Q.. -4 4 "wf.':'?' 'X " ww-m,..y.m-4 - X .- .Mu . -K -aw wvmlw- - 65 eff: gee "1" , ,- Mr. J. Omar Brubaker, Dedicatee His imprints are deep. One would have only to follow them to see the impressions he has made. At school, there are marks of a tall, humble man, who greets passers-by with a friendly "Hi." His daughter Cheryl has observed him at home and at school. "I have never heard him make a derogatory remark about anyone. He is such a warm person." ln his classroom. he seeks to be a Spirit-empowered tool used to guide students into learning. A co-worker in Christian Education. Dr. Werner Graendorf, has noticed his life. "In his ministry as a teacher. he has represented an 'extra-mile' approach, always willing in his class as part of the department to carry his load. plus." he said. The path of impressions now leads to his home, a house filled with family and classical music. a collec- tion of owls, and a poodle named Jorie. His wife. Jo Anne. and his four daughters. Karen, Cheryl. Ellen and Beverly. have seen a man near to God. "I feel that when l'm with him. I'm with God," his daughter Ellen said. "l know he's walking with Ciod. and l feel much closer to God." "His primary concern in life is to know God and glorify Him. His priorities are right." Cheryl said. And then the steps lead to a hospital room, where doctors are battling to overcome a persistent disease. But his imprints only become deeper. "Even in the hospital. he prays that his room will be a sanctuary for otherst a place to minister to the people who visit him," Ellen said. "He's been an example to me, the way he's accepted this as from the Lord." To know J. Omar Brubaker is to read the impressions of his lifeeand learn. One learns to know the God he serves and praises and to discover the Almighty Source of his strength. 4. 4. 5 0'-'if Intramurals: Fast-paced Fun Come, oh weary studler. Draw your listless body from the books that enslave you, and put on your tattered tennis shoes, Pull that old, baggy T-shirt over your head, and tie up those sweat pants. Feel good? Now, grab your sweat shirt, your roommate, and the rest of the team. Jog down to that big, airy gym, and get ready for some intramural action! Intramurals-where your body can bend and stretch and rung where the caged frustrations can be let out in a hoop, or a serve, or a kick, where the pressures of school can be forgotten and the mind can relax. North Hall-a place to give for your team, a place to sweat, a place to whoop over a win and shake hands with the opponent after a loss. Competition-volleyball, soccer, floor hockey, basketball, tennis, football, cross country, wrestling, ping pong, raquetball, chess, and checkers. i , . 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What a falling white ball! LEFT: "It's mine!" ? l Q-N As f i 'X , ,ml LEFT: Wonderful, dramatlc, exciting, thnilmg , . . half-time! BELOW: Soccer or "sock-her?" 'r N A ,.1' .. P --Q ' A in "qu -3, Nb QL. 7,1 -.. i v I-H if Tr D" i wi' ,f . M What! This is the new formation? Mr. Robert Iler, Conductor Glee Sounds Out Joyful Noise Randall S. Anderson Douglas D. Baker Peter Barton H. Douglas Buckwalter Scott A. Buresh Daniel R. Carlson S. Edd Cathey Mark H. Cherry Daniel J. Christensen Paul A. Davidhizar James J. DiTuro Byron S. Fujii David R. Gagnon David A. Gerali Mark F. Hagan Charles A. Harper Thomas A. Hirschler Alan D. Howell Kent R. Kaufman Kevin A. Kerr Dean M. Lamb Dean R. Landis Bryan S, Latchaw Donald E. Lord Leonard J. Marsch Samuel T. Martin Miles N.L. Matsumura John W. Matthews Brad P. Meeder James S. Miller Glyn H. Morden G. John Morris, Jr. Kenneth B. Mroczek Douglas L. Myer William C. Neff Brian D. Ondracek Donald K. Pearson Jerome K. Rucker Timothy J. Schulte Thomas A. Shaw Paul T. Sheaffer Kevin E. Short Calvin J. Slot Daniel W. Smith Wayne H. Troff Russell S. Wardle Victor R. Wickert Keith M. Yoder "Our message to you is that of Jesus Christ, God in the form of man." So read the first line of narration at a typical Men's Glee Club concert. The Glee tours for '78-79 took members to nine states and Ontario, Canada. But whether they found themselves in a crowded auditorium or a small church sanctuary, this message was always the same. Their voices sounding as one proudly presented the victorious words of "Rejoice, the Lord is King". Their repertoire of songs vividly portrayed the life, death, and resur- rection of Christ. Their intention? That the people listening would catch the same spirit of worship. Along with a Christ-honoring message, it also took a quality group of men united in the purpose of serving Christ to make the MGC effective. instrumental in promoting the unity ofthe Glee was director, Bob ller. He provided an indispensable "father-like" figure to the Glee members. 'W' Q M All the comforts of home Carbaugh-nation: Music with a fizz Unity: "The arrangement of A' 1 .Vx v 'I' 'mi all parts to one purpose." g ' qi Many people talk about unity 'ft 5' T f and how to achieve it, but the I Women's Glee Club and Handbell -Al. ' "H-f Choir made it actually happen this year. 4 A spirit of unity was practiced during the many rehearsals and - social activities. The women felt free to share prayer requests and praise testimonies during their weekly practice. Their director, Daddy C. ialias Mr. Carbaughi, paused for prayer whenever a need was mentioned. Social QQ functions included a fall retreat, a fall social, participation in Sadie Hawkins and a spring social. The highlights of the year for the Women's Glee Club were their winter tour to Minnesota and their spring tour to Florida. Both provided ample opportunities for the testing and strengthening of relationships. P as 'fv- So this is what they call close fellowship. I I Nm K--A fs N -mv ...ss . Cm. x . was I know, I know: Keep on Truckin' ,MA , Women Lori Armstrong Nancy Bahler Cheri Baker Gina Black Denise Bourdeaux Ellen Brubaker Judith Bubeck Julie Carlen Diane Crepinsek Peggy Cutler Lynette Detweiler Laurie Ettinger Martha Ford Ruth Frey Ruth Fricke Joan Gerali Judith Harbeck Beth Harvey Kimberly Hescott Dorinda Hinman Rebecca Hopkins Janet Humphrey Kathy Irwin Vickie Jacob Natalie Jones Mariis Kessler 's Glee: A-1 Choir Pamela Kistler Kimberly Koetz Teresa Lauffer Deborah Lors Debbie Lott Katherine Marshall Bonnie Martin Carol Marx Julie May Ellen Mitchell Catherine Olson Carol Piester Penny Porch Connie Rushton Debra Sanders Michelle Scarvelli Janet Skaanning Lauren Spiegelberg Cathie Suk Anita Varbaan Debra Weaver Barbara Wilde Mary Williams Lesah Worst Rita Wren Betty Zimmer V. A In concert-The Moody Chorale Chorale Achieves Noteworthy Skill So what do 51 formally-dressed Moody students have to do with glorifying God? They're the Moody Chorale, a select group of men and women who use their voices as instruments of praise. Perhaps the secret to this year's success was the group's depen- dance on God for every concert. "We had a regular time of prayer and praise during rehearsals and before concerts. This helped to promote the feeling of unity within the group, which then enabled us to minister effectively," informed Tim Barr, Chorale President. "Enthusiasm was evident in every member," said Director Gerald Edmonds, a picture of energy himself. "The Chorale served Moody as a magnificent expression of what is in the school as far as theology, personality, and relationships with the Lord." 4 Mr. Gerald Edmonds shows his style. ,, . , , . l " ,Aix Fur it x Sit up straight! 'E 1 . .. I Q But I can't even hold my breath that long! , w Q f . , .3 Fw va-P' 4 I vi X 5 'X '14 1... 'ull' S.. 'vs ' ,vw Daniel P. Anderson David J. Anderson, Jr. David C. Baker Timothy R. Barr David L. Bender Cynthia D. Berg Edward A. Black Carol A. Bondurant Claire D. Brenneman Terri L. Bucher I. Elaine Davis Jonathan L. DeCou Cheryl L. Dietmeyer Rebekah S. Dority Kenneth G. Earhart Colleen H. Eley Patricia A. Gilbert Lynette R. Holm Lisa M. Hosteland Bradley A. Johnson Kirstan D. Johnson Marcia L. Kelly Colleen J. Kerr Kim K. Laue Denise R. Lee Christine A. Lindstrom Roland L. Lindstrom Diane L. Messner Susan K. Olson Mary E. Payne David P. Perkins Josephine I. Peterson David B. Reimer M. Timothy Richards Lisa J. Rosing Kimberly J. Scallia Janice K. Schneider Brenda S. Shawback Kathy J. Simpson Nancy A. Simpson Donna J. Smith William W. Stopoulos David W. Sweet Thomas A. Terhune Peter D. Tumas Marcia M. Van Dyke Linda K. Vasco Jan M. Watkins Richard M. Wheeler Thomas P. Wiegman Steven P. Wright lt earlv and l am alone. Indeed it is strange to have a lake to myself in Chicago. There is only me to watch the waves climb up the beach and scoot back down again. My eyes alone reflect the path of liquid gold. cast on the lake by the coming sun. The privilege of stepping in the sand- the granules softly enveloping my feet- is all mine. I am the first human to be touched by the visiting wind from off the lake. 9!E5WgMga1g'i i if SL- l i l l Wfnii John Bever Lonette Bouman Susan Bouman William Brownlee Andrew Brueske Timothy Bulicek Mark Caston David Conklin Dean DeVries Kent Donnelly Ann Fikejs Patrick Friedline Philip Green Laura Hecht Katherine Hedman Robert Heldt Janice Herl Barbara Johnson Jennifer Jukes Mark Kellner Jerrilyn Kubish Mark Lindeblad Susanne Martin S : John Matovich James May Charles McMillan Douglas Mills Rene Moering Lee Nanfelt Karin Nystrand Charma Parks Pamela Rieckman Brian Skinkle Malcolm Smith Melody Smith Mark Stradiot Carol Surma Cynthia Sutherland Jerreth Swalley Rebecca Thompson Terry Vanderwerf James Ward Dianne White Richard Wilkinson Bridget Woll i - -l A Henry Hecht, Conductor my, Band Sets Tempo For Tours QCV' p wk What did you say? frm. 3' v 17 i ,.,-v-K .al .l.555 "For the Trumpet will sound , . . " Rest 2, 3, 4 . . "Change" was the overriding theme of the Moody Concert Band this year. The most obvious change was in leadership. Mr. Henry Hecht, former member of the U.S. Navy Band, took the reins as Moody Concert Band's new director, while Mr. Gerald Edmonds took over the leadership of the Moody Chorale. Mr. Hecht had been a career Navy man until the Lord led him to his present position at Moody. Some new items were added to the MCB's schedule and repertoire, During the first semester the band had a lab workshop featuring sectional ensembles, some of which were directed by students. The band also devoted one evening to performances of the great concertos displaying the talents of several soloists. An added attraction to the winter tour was a mixed vocal quartet. Characteristics like group size and music styles varied, the band's dedication to glorifying God was constant. Through their winter tour, with seven concerts in Illinois, Indiana and Missouri, and spring tour, with 19 concerts in Washington and Califor- nia, plus several local concerts, much knowledge was gained. Musicianship skills were sharpened, profession- alism was demanded and obtained, social relationships were formed and strengthened. -A M-wb .hx ,. I A .fiulsxl .5 4' :. -za I: li.- , .. .,:.,, 'Tri .. , CABRINI GREEN little city of blackness Cabrini Green where I had emerged from ghetto boy into ghetto man! For my eyes had saw the birth of this little black city that created a ghetto life span! Cabrini Green my home where black families roam the streets of poverty struggling to survive. For a mystic passion of love and unity strike the minds of our ghetto people for somehow it seems to had disappear like we are waiting for a new time to arrive! lil! , .-. ,- .25 . , llll 7 - Q lillillil - 'I fjklililli ll. E tm!! .g" ' n ' 5 . . l filig nfl f il Q ' !"' Ill R!- X.. . ., A. l -. W,+.,fpi ' 1:44 g iii!!! l if I .Emi i Y f W.. 1.-.ARK-'::25'i Yr if , lll.:j-j" Nazi X I ', :-- , QR?-:fig .. fi ,osfqwl wfsmx wasnt .Qt,.W,1 ,:.t5gg2f-,- .Qi-,,x,.5Ml F ' B -1 ' :ff Q, 'T' 2: ll 'I x "mn, Mbgsfizgl iisqqmiga yr K . Sm ' ty, tru.-::.s4 Silk' 4 - mm S lt li "l l it by Asn- - -EQ!-fi Y ml ' 5 , .' .Size " "Mgmt 9-.:-mkxx I 1 wcssxwq ,. ,. Cabrini Green a place where love and respect could become a reality in the Blackness of each others heart! For hate shall only be a word that the past had engulfed and made it nonexistence, a reality for a new ghetto passion shall start! Cabrini Green a cry of poverty fills the air with a new attitude that somehow create the flow of black ghetto blood! As Black and beautiful people become more aware of what we are doing to make ourselves distinct within the Cabrini Green and everywhere else where Black life exist in all the little Black cities for unity and love for each other shall forever stop the evil flood!-painted on the wall of a building at 515 W. Oak St. l 4 Q '- 1 :" ' ' 111.1 1 " ,Qs wgnsn is l 3-are-4' ' 4-... 1. . sg., I IBEW' SSMSN 3- iii .. ii et!! TSSSS l , ., ' 1 Q 'l W A ' -ft?f"i1.t ' t-!, 1 -if '-,. ,g '-. we-db . 2' -dew x- ct. - mt. tm .I y :lffli -fi-qt!! ' 1 - s: J 311.-Qc: 54 ,gy 3 ' ' l ,-,cgqzf-,vt zsgcsg ...Q - A ll . Vin. ..' -mg f -4-A-, - Q4 w,, Haw .V 1' 4 . 1 A,x . A- --vu ' .:' .-' fn. " N - g:Q3,Es-gs. :I me . t 1. :ar Af.-Y g -nga, H?':'f.,:- ' Q 3 ,z ,W v v fx F :Wm yu. ,- b vmlr ,RQ ... ,, XLQR: X X eq- ... .. if xx xr' ,xc-'A - an sms iii ,sg LM! is .. 7'-N' X--, A , X V --M, L -"'.-"'f 'j :sg " 3- "' ,Q .' 2 1 f f H ' a ' .. " ' ll Lf S , . 7 1... N N Q N ' 1 nf' lv' + Q' SSN? Q : .AXw:.M,. , xxx ' ' t xr Ii N x-4.7 ,.. K -- X V , A 'V A - 'Q - ,, f ' if. ' ' Q 3 N I tlfuwxvk' ' ' az A X . I k A x. i Q X .:S .. H in u :-xr'-'NNY 'Q-" A' iw .1 ,, x 13 qixw 4-,-- 3 3 1 af- ' .Q 5534 az l f M . re' K ggzfgfgjifi S -N11':'i'r' ' ' ' , I-iiwjffiix " . wc. N5'W""':" V ' . . ,, , N, , . v 5,52 D7 ,, . --f fin 6 Y f ' AJ Home Away From Home O give me a dorm that with friendship is warm, And where laughter lifts up the sad heart, Where often is heard an encouraging word And tears wiii be shown when we part. Many of us are leaving our dorms for the summer or permanently, but we will always look back to them with a bit of nostalgia because for some time, the dorm was home. Many of us went through hardships with our roommates or with people on our floor, but these hardships only brought us closer to each other and helped us grow. We learned that the dorm prepared us for life because people are what life is all about. We were exposed to personality quirks that we had never known before and wondered how we'd ever get along. But we did. It took time to discover that in Christ we could have unity no matter what the differences. Dorm life taught us something about tact. When someone down the hall had his stereo on full blast, it was important to ask him to turn it down in a loving way. We became more considerate of others, and came to learn that our roommates didn't always appreciate the radio being on at the same time we did. Our long, boisterous phone conversations weren't always welcome either, we soon discovered that "loving one another" often meant carrying on that phone call in the closet or hall. Giving and sharing were the hardest lessons to learn, until we realized that our possessions belonged to God and we had no rights over them. We discovered that we couldn't live happily holding a grudge against an Ft.A. who fined us for participating in a water fight! tThat's not to say that it wasn't worth lt!J For some of us, a tough lesson was learning to listen to someone who truly needed to talk when, there on the shelf, our books seemed to cry: "You'd better study. You have an exam tomorrow!" So let's remember the days we spent in our dorms. lf sometimes we failed to show love, let's learn from those failures. If there were precious moments, let's tuck them away in our memory and treasure them always. King' . l-u" X Y fi? Ma Bell loves long winded friends . . . but I sure don't! 'K' 'Q 1' S F 'tYou're listening to WMBI, or WMBI-FM, Chicago." Joy of Discovery, or Mt. Everest? R ir- .9 I i' V: ii ' .1-' xx- , Q 1 ,. . . 1 5:3 r' ' 'N E 1 9 ..Y. . l . A .,..-.. . A . 4 ' ' . , no "' A ' .. . . X . V-. .1-W I Q V , g N- X .7- ,. N W 1 N it me x X K f x as ' ' R, if ui , - f 1 i . , P S N- s '- .X 5 fi -e i- -- -. j ' i 2 I i fd? "Fr" ' it S : S X at 5 'f X "" " n-,,,,,,, ...4 . ----4 'fi "Z h, X x 2 1 ' i 'ah i R+' 1 Q x '4 ' . 5 X 1 X 1 Y 8 I .J s There is nothing funny about four in the morning!" Yes, blondes do have more tun. " . . . Singing spiritual songs and hymns , . , Y X ie I E, .gs ll , 2::s2i:.:ll. it N of l -we 3, ' .Q K -,fame gin gi E , Y l .159 f - 'I ' 11fE"+ -l ' li l P1 Ur .1 ., ul it-.. . l 2 . . fl,'.5"i fl v ,ll ' 2? it ' 1' lil pf. 5 V -5.3. 5,1 X , M 'f- an " 5. :gl , ' . ' -. ixyi. .ff ' f x :NN ,v 2' . 'i kwf 1 .T 'B Q' -x-'QX71-i1 ", " '. A t ' . ' ' i" ' li ' 5? l '3-.12-H it -l il "- 'l x F, lj Q- , q v ' , L X.. ff. rl fi J Sv Y ' Q iQ 4s'lf"'Lj' fifzi' V xl'ly.K V i Y Aim "Nl O 42' xx. I Jia .iz iff li . , ll 'V fy + lil 'qlvizil 9 -2 'Q' " ll' .fil l l 'QQ Q' ' 'P 111 'I it . '- tk t . 'et .E . fl ' V l " - f ', K ' ii,'f 'Je ' ici ii rl' ' 1 V 1, 3 . -. gui- if !.i . gh ' I gi' V A " A i ' 'Q iz : o Q kj- ggf -4 . . 1 ' ' ' 11, 4 S -j.' 5.,.w C ing . . -if - i V V !7-:- I 2' 1 '1 Q W fa: 7 iw. -:g g , f Q 1 gf' l 1. ' 5, ff xvgl ' . J ,E gi as 'Q ' E.. Xw' . - li ,ng svnqs We MQ' 'QP Z ia. gf. ,,....A, . . ft -EE" We believe in the "two heads are better than one" theory. Well, life gets kinda rough 'round here, but shucks, y' :stef I've got plenty of time, lt's not due for a couple of hours. B2 l I 5 XL I I A N - - :- ul ' fl! l 'l ll wi I x all know Osborne's the best. I'm late for my eight o'clock again. lt's my week to clean the weight room. -1 -. " ' X Smith And sl ag ,ll E . vga. .w Jia' I . .Q Q ll" Q . '-Aff, -' " 'N rr' ' ' ' ix Aunt Theresa, please tell us a story. lp. fi' ' -,- XWQAQXQG 607 ,ws -sm. If ", A 415 "But you didn't say I had to have my eyes open while I smiled' r " i -Q i H fi V wr. 'v ,rd 'N r A i V W! X I ik ,ff t E .-- 'fCk8iSF" ,565 X i ' I! H Q The serious side of life homework Help! We're scared of heights. So this is what they call "free time," eh? f w'9x: I could have sworn l put my left-over Gino's in here." Uwooferq But they said d ogs aren't allowed -gx Ah-that sweet fellowship "HI MO M mg, . 5 ,'w-N , .- X x Iiffkg 'AVQ N355 - ' I "But room inspection i Qt Houghton s Hoovers - a clean sweep And there was n 555 --. . 4' 1.4, . . ' iff ga . I 1 sig, 5 In I ' 0- 5- we-q,,,-L '4 1 ...MV A lil ,,,.- . .. K, , J ,. v-- -...-or 'Qng 4 -Q. 'T . --1. x K-Fi ' if At. Jigs? -ug Q ,A or .-P' 4 nu. 1' . 1 . 5... "pf na.nv1,. no v-b -pn- Q' aw -' N ' ""' x-fax J ,.f . K- 30 -L " f Uv Dear Floor Parents, ln eleven years you have increased from eight women to thirty-two sets of parents! Mrs. Nevin, who initiated the program, says "lt started out so innocently small." Back then, the floor parents served only the women students fwho were all housed in Houghton Halli. Dr. Sweeting brought the guys into the program by prodding that "the guys like cookies too!" We certainly keep you busy. After orientation and a "get-acquainted party," there's the weekly sharing of needs, prayer requests, and other happenings. We especially anticipate making the visit to your homes each semester. How do you fit in time for those goodies and notes?! Your goal is to provide a "ministry of encouragement." By sharing yourselves you have done just that! We want you to know you hold a special place in our hearts. Love, Your Moody family -li I That strummin' and hummin' just keeps on comin'! ,. Q-1-J "PN t. H I - 15-ifffrf . fx.. .cops ' 32:9 7',.'5frZ.E fri" - -a . .X f 2 A . .. :-NN. - r h cigr- ' 1 . --Q J Hmmmm. . . Hecht, ain't he nice? Our Folks You mean you put shaving cream on the ear piece of the phone?l :Ax SE Sharing tlme, a floor parent's most valued gift. The warm glow of friendship. lLEFTl ,K-lj.: 1- H5934 ' TT: 'f"I'T T- -+'v:'2 4?'v'.?"f2 V. -r-9 1-fqfuq,-, ,4,.. 34 '-, 1. J nm ,. 2,,.3f:.,,!3E?QQ.,3 ,.5b5,,','- 5, 7. , ,W6 .-A a,:f3fgQ?,mr-3f,g-914,-2' 1,1gyL1w.f . H 'viii' ff -f'f':f."f.f'.2:fa1?,L - ag v f A ,a-iq'-.M 4. f:.vf.',Jg,gg,- "2 9.0-, -1,f.:,1", -11' . ' 4:.g.+gL ...F A2 . A , , .. ' ' ? E' ik - ,I,If'.'.,-in-3-Fv1.' .-' qfjjilf' '1s1Qxff? -1 , 'uw wx- : .---' -- 'lam-1 'fr Chapel ,as ..- m 33' 88f Q -voduw ..J-.vest 4 .. , 'L i iff gn IA, Y , ,-. ,Q ,-vliiwewq bf- A., um' U ' 2 , - 4, , o 5- 1' . 'qu ?l . 1' Q 'xl Q 5' 9 ew X x.,f 'N , xlx-w- 'QI my u EA a I -5 1? fu ' L, f , 1 'M if - V 8:4 5 'af' 89 'QYEQQW' SKB N f,w,v , "I'd like you to meet my friend." 'UNH ESL. CQQ vllris xx sues AYP? AB an . 4,93-.Q .N-4r4'P" rw, Door to door visitation: "You shall be my witnesses." Reaching Out . There are these kids, God. Some of them are rich and, well, some of them aren't. . The nicely-dressed ones- they seemwell-adjusted. But the poor, l they come on a pus and nobody bothers to combfheir hair or hel X ' ' :' A ir shoes. 1 b Q een a ' . "end a desperatetptetition or"fove. God Qu, I hugged Tina wh sh e me picture f r I hugged the demonstrat 'I' t he -X J- xgx,-,f VX -vw He arent you supposed to let me do that? who hugs them , Wha for I didn't wil e me'Q You that PCW trust special You promised. Romans 8:28 Please remember these kids, God. some of them know You and, well, some of them don't. "God, give me patience. Fast!" Instruments for God 5 RIGHT: A rousing word at 8:00 Friday morning by Rev. Michael Pocock, Candidate Secretary of the Evangelical Alliance Mission: he jolted Moody students to an acute awareness of . . . "People-Instruments God Uses." ABOVE: Brains began to churn and reflect as Rev. W. Elwyn Davies compelled students to assess their lives as servants ol Christ. Rev. Davies, General Director of the Bible Christian Union, spoke four times on "The Lite that Leads to Service." OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: A panel for seniors on Thursday debated this question: "In a day of maturing overseas churches, technological advance and inflation, is it time to consider alternatives to sending North American missionaries overseas?" MIDDLE: The four days of the conference provided the time tor students to talk face-to-face with missionaries from all over the world, BOTTOM: Missionaries used to foreign cultures were obliged to learn a new type of culture-Moody life, Adjustments included dealing with the complexities of the student dining room. ' .. -in LE?-53-fi'i"'T . .,ifQQ+1ff'5'Fi"l o ' f if ,'L.1." ' I xii FY " F -1 H55 4 , mwiwdw. .ax H dum: uv . :G af 'V' ' ' Md .av-4 'ww g A , Au- 1 1. , .U . H,,..x- . tv . my ,. Www,-.+,,,-1 1 ..'-Q". '. ,-jk.,-1, ,4..A..".. .. - p1f:'.,f. ' ' 44w+rf"'Tfa+'rfrA'+Rmi' Hi ' M992 " ' . ay 3 1 idron Brook. lt's' really iust the pertect thing- A tool to fhelp me walk. I push with its ull with it . . . Say Lord . N3 this talk? Cast it I e groiii Moses. ts a ana .r., l m tee f g pale! Wait do t run from it. I ' in Come. Gra by the tail. went Lara, if you insist ia, l'll stoop right down and bend And grab that slimy snake . . . ll lT'S A Sl-IEPI-lERD'Si ' OK AGAIN! A 3 so I used that stick of wood. I ,YQ ed a shepherd man . -EQ' led my chosen peo le ht to we ,pgpmised I . sed that rod, I used man X:-. QLQQ-1.'f,1 5j1 Aifl simple they ma ve. Th id their part as si too 'ff 2 And I ask ou, frien . S . . that i hand? lt's 1fqQ an-a 1' fig g Qfjigl, ound least e lt's ny not eat. A r ifzi' van-a lt's the perl -if ool To ive the ilffi' the elderly Ea week to Su School We ard, I never ught ot that lt. ms you'ro r' again. sf1'II help me kee running f ..-. ..-..' o max And now, how about you, friend? What is that in thine hand? It's a great big grassy yard. The neighbor kids play football there. But s tool? That's pretty hard. So let them play their football games And sometime when they're done, Invite them in-have lemonade And tell them of my Sonlll What is that in thine hand, Christian? Come, give it here to Me. And let me have My way with it, Real miracles you'll see. For I sm God in all My strength, So give it as you should- That simple tool l've iven you- lf iust a stick of woo: -Jon Gauger FIGHT The Good Fight 1978 Spiritual Enrichment Week . . . Dr. Jack Murray . . .I Timothy 1:18 . . . Peter. . .he thought he had it together . . .he thought he knew himself . , . he didn't A , . Peter finally came to the end of himself , . .God used himthen, . .inthegoodfight . . Daniel . . . dare to be dedicated like Daniel. , .dedicated to purity , . .to staying clean for God . . . God used Daniel , . . in the good fight . . . Ahithophel . . . Bath- shebas grandfather . . . David sinned with Bathsheba, and Ahithophel hated . . , he plotted and schemed against David . . , he never learned to forgive . . God couldn't use Ahithophel , . . in the good fight . . . "Forgive as your Savior forgave" . . . Nehemiah A A . warfare against Satan . . . "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood . . , but against rulers of this darkness . . .against spiritualwickednessu . . .fight the good fight , . 4 like Paul . . . "I have fought the fight , . .Ihavefinishedthecourse . . I have kept the faith' '..,' This command I entrust to you . . . that you may fight the good fight RIGHT 31' Gods messenger in the person of Jack Murray 32 Lance Latham, founder of AWANA, expresses his gratitude after receiving Moody's coveted Pastor of the Year award on Tuesday 83 Jack Murray and a student with a question A closer look 114 "Two minutes, and you're on." i-, c .inn -" i W, ,......,,,.-and , . ., .Q-' t I , w: U' +95 -- . "f- 4 vi- . " 'fr w.. it X k 9 B , Ame t .uw -


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