Mount Union College - Unonian Yearbook (Alliance, OH)

 - Class of 1967

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No building has reflected more of college life- classroom instruction, extra-curricular activities, and tradition - than has Chapman Hall. Chapman Hall -5' ,5 L -l .- '- ' , L. fl, ,, , -.' ti.. 3 ,P . .Lin .. ca..- , on .,,,.,, QM' , M llvl .. -11.4.-.f.. L ' .4 ' "iff Nfl 1 ' Ll 1 fr, ' ' I . "' l E11 ....,r., am I ITD-Cir' , E '...,j..vg ... tu 1 . , fmfwjqnhv ll i Z 1 . ag an 1 W 'M K. P "x A N 9 Preserve the dignity of man with soul erect, And trust the universal plan will all protect. Robert Burns administration and faculty . Q I S . Q 'if ls' " 1 I tw..." 'w. ' -QL... Dr. Carl C. Bracy President of The College On the wall here in my office is a colorful, hand-lettered motto which has been an inspiration to me through the years. It is my personal Word to the students in 1966-67 and particularly to the graduating class of 1967. What one can do, one ought to do. VVhat one cannot change, one ought to accept with as much patience and fortitude as he can, looking to God for grace to endure it without bittemess. 10 Dr. Ronald C. Weber, Vice-President of the College, has utilized his knowledge of finance to promote Mount Union,s Fiscal stability. His leadership has greatly aided the ever-expanding campus building program. As Business Manager of the College, Mr. Wilbur Couchie has assisted both Mount Union and its students in solving their respective financial problems. His capabilities have been instrumental in the performance of his duties, the most important of which is balancing the College budget. The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees is the main admin- istrative body of Mount Union College. The efforts of its members have led to the academic and physical improvement of the College. Dr. Ronald G. Weber Wilbur Couchie Vice President of the College Business Manager of the College me I 1' Executive Committee Mr. john Bentia, Mr. Donald A. Peterson, Dr. Ralph Ramsayer, Bishop Francis E. Kearns, Dr. Paul Ward, Dr. George L. King, Dr. Carl C. Bracy, Mrs. Kenneth B. Cope, Mr. Emery Cook, Dr. Harry L. Weaver, Mrs. C. I. Rodman, Dr. R. C. Weber, Mr. Richard G. McCuskey. 11 "I hope college challenged you this year to obtain the higher qualities of life. Here you were confronted by those attributes which count, which deeply enrich life, and which make it worthwhile. In the years ahead, your response to the opportunities afforded you at Mount Union College will give meaning and purpose to life and determine your contribution to a better World. College should have made a tremendous difference to you this year. I trust it did!" Dean of The College Sh i Dr. John Bimey Gross Dean of en " 'Mount Union College is a community of scholars and learners in which cooperation and concern are dis- tinguishing characteristics. Responsible academic citizen- ship is required of all. We respect the dignity of each person, and each individual is expected to be a responsible and maturing member of the college communityf This statement from the Objectives of Mount Union College contributes to the total campus life. Hopefully, these ideas will prevail throughout all the college activities: the classroom, the residence halls, the athletic field, the fraternities, and the campus organizations. What better ob- jectives to live by during college and throughout the future!" Dean of Women "Roger VVillmott, the famous British author, once wrote 'Education is the apprenticeship of life'. As students enter college they begin the last phase of this formalized ap- prenticeship and therefore the finest educational resources should be made available to them. The college experi- ence is a learning experience. The wise student takes advantage of each and every opportunity for knowledge. Here hc can think freely, criticize constructively and disagree agreeably in his attempt to search for, and estab- lish his own values. It's our hope that your years at Mount Union will acquaint you with the excitement of discovering new ideas, of coming face to face with the thoughts of a great scholar, of becoming deeply involved in an atmos- phere in which individuals are free to live, to create and to prepare themselves for the master task of living." .fi . 'N-.. Mr. Terence S. Taylor Miss Judith A. McMillin Mrs. Dorothy Albert Mr. F. Wayne Ashbaugh Registrar Educational Counselor Mr. Newell Yost Osbome and Campus Hostess Director of the Library f en F 8 49" 1 Y, .. 0 543' , -1. .D ss ull: X S -K 'A tx gm Mr. Ernest A. Sheetz Assistant to the President Mr. George K. Weimer, Ir. 1 Director of Admissions . i Mr. William D. Krahling Director of Publicity Mr. William S. Banfield Alumni Secretary 14 il- Miss Mary Lou Barclay Assistant to the Dean of Women 1 5, , W . .L,, ., N' he : , gi . ,R A ?t Y ' 'S 9 K 4 A 'l1x'i.9,.' '. p ev f -f is Q ,Z iff A 5,:'-ky. 5. xg-I -9 .+ 12 .1 5 " ,i-,Cfigx 'iii' :ij1'1?,r?'x3:. -if J.,4?f.l C -?f"2'2,4,' W re fb Lv 1 :S-s1i,.'f21if'ifa 1' 5-rgi' ' 22 '.,g,3l:l ' ,.-,- Q ..., ,... 615- , l, ,Mft ' , 'is' u ai- H f f Dr. Daniel Kibler Physician Administration Mr. Lloyd Davidson Director of Food Service -tv ' " 'Ag X, Mr. William Bradley Miss Barbara Weaver Educational Counselor Assinsiant in Admissions 9 1 1 V r ill , r Mrs. Marcella Patter Nurse V.. JK, Mr, David W. Sopp Chief Campus Engineer Mrs. Kathryn C. Rice Mr. Eric Iohannesen Assistant Professor of Art Associate Professor of Art rt rx 'IA' Mr. James A. Hopper Instructor in Art ll, Biology Dr. Jerry L. Blount Professor of Biology gui 1-1 11 V . ' , llxdh.. w V ' , ss., V-1 1 ww u V Y? GSK N . - will , I 1, c oyoo ' ' 1.'::t WS , 'Y 'f ' E : ' " is-is Ri.g:i?I:'i..- T " 'li A . . 17 Dr. Charles H. Brueske Assistant Professor of Biology 1.4 fs Ffillu ,F '- 'Iwi f 3 Mr. George B. Osterman Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. David F. Wright Associate Professor of Chemistry Chemistry 'Z-7, . Dr. Truman D. Turnquist Assistant Professor of Chemistry f , gulf, , my Nw- X rf gim- gx E1 VA V. in mr ,' 1 . Q Fgsrgvvi- --' V Mrs. Wilma F. Hollaway Assistant Professor of Chemist-ry Dr. William M. Morgan Professor of Organic Chemistry 18 Mr. Gilbert R. Stonesifer Professor, Frank Transue Chair of Economics km V gfifnggigsi W ' Mr. R. VV. Diehl Associate Professor of Accounting and Business Administration Economics and Business Administration 4 -J., Mr. Karl A. Shilliff Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration Dr. Chester E. Bartram Professor of Education Education and Psychology Mrs. Doris 1. Thomas Visiting Lecturer in Psychology ml !!" , Miss Georgia M. Sprinkle Mr. Ralph J. Daily Assistant Professor in Education and Assistant Professor of Education Psychology 20 Mr. Walter W. Webb Associate Professor of Education and Psychology Mr. James D. Upson Assistant Professor of Psychology Sociology Mr. Robert XV. Tripp Associate Professor of Education if pp: w - fi J 1 Dr. William H. Porter Professor of Sociology l 'Q Mr. Donald F. Emst Assistant Professor of Engl-ish Dr. Mary Ellen Gilpatrick Assistant Professor of English Dr. Paul H. Chapman Professor of English Lang uage and Literature .J rn :Ft . , E -li F r Mum 'S .ii Q gf'--.44 V -nv F. Mrs. Ruth Fowler Assistant Professor of English Mrs. Helen W. Saffell Professor' of English English Mr. Lyle M. Crist Associate Professor of English and Journalism as-E 'H Mr. James T. Gallant Instructor in English X-if? -m,,,AYv -fi - Rf' will V- E as E P . , F nl K arm. 'TT "li e ' ..:es..'.. , M ,Q L E K fr .. 4 - in r T--wr' 23 Dr. Earl L. Russell Professor of English Y , ,U W ,,,-f"'W' Mr. john VV. Nelson Assistant Professor of English ,,1..i,...........1.i.. rl 7, -. f..p-iii? i 2 . 'fl E l L Q Q H' uw 'gf ' H7225 U. . . WM,...,53 fi lg: N. V . W -f.. ,l' mmf mu oo, WygL ,s,,,,,,. y,W ..wl Hooley, ,umm yy ,,,:wuW,H ww,vxWWww. H'-W-...am H 'H uw' ll ,wg ,N Dr. Robert G. Wiese Assistant Professor of Geology Geology Dr. William A. Rice Professor of Geology 24 W, Health and Physical Education Mr. Jackson W. Rafeld Professor of Physical Education Mr. Kenneth E. Wable Assistant Professor of Physical Education 'il fir, ' 2 ' . ' Szirtiiiklf-i',.P' , - V l111!f5'Z23'3f"1:' ,N V' Qi W eff' Q -fig T " V -wwf' M iiuwfgiqxf " w if .. 1 sw: 1 ii ' . X H A F, ,if .nga my W.. f fa Y -. , Wang Lzwggi - Mi -I ' 'pesfiimi-.., ,W f iw i ' ' ,W .. .. N W Miss Marjorie L. Cooke Assistant Professor of Physical Education ff.,,fr'1?. I ii35?5awmg"M Mr. Terry W. Parsons Health and Physical Education Mr. James H. Wuske Associate Professor of Physical Education If M Assistant Professor of Physical Education , . um , K H 'M 11, .' in w , - X V 3 ,1 ,H ,, 7 E.- .- ..- . "5 :Jr A V V h... bf Jorma 1, V , 1 L . W ll lv . ' ww if Mrs. Laura I. Parsons Instructor -in Physical Education Aan. Mr. William Dessecker Assistant Professor of Physical Education Mr. Edward L, Glass Instructor in Physical Education Dr. Robert E. Bader Professor, George Reeves Chair of History f We 4 ,A ff, f vi-' Q 'If'-Z le . 92 "4,prim'2."'?f' ri 1 ., I ,ru we 1.-V ,,UY,g,fEr?m-5 iI'fQ if W , r Pr 5 1356! Yxx- by ' 'V E .L "f' 14:1 , V 1 ,. .N -' xi. 'fz'-T? -J 4211- , Histor and Political Science 'B Mr. George A. Tune Assistant Professor of Political Science Dr. John E. Saifell Professor of History Mrs. Ruth W. Kostell Instructor in History History and Political Science Dr. George L. Montagno Professor of History and Political Science and Director of Non-Western Studies Qs Mr. Thomas R. Conrad Instructor in Political Science 28 if 1 Wil' ms , S i li , Q, f a g n 1333, y' , 113' ' 1-. Dr. William G, Clark Professor, Richard Brown Chair of Mathematics Mr. William A. Markley Assistant Professor of Mathematics ' athematms 13 Mr. Barry D. Vogeli Assistant Professor of Mathematics 4 , Dr. William H. Myer Professor of Modern Languages Dr. Frederick Opperman Professor of German Mr. Slavko Sanko Instructor in French Dr. Vasile Calesi Associate Professor of M oclern Languages 30 fri -M f u ' ,. f ,1.,i,r.eM,w .rx 1' IVIQPEW i -uf-fu21.:es?321',. 1-5, wNEgwwr,..Q,, Egg El , s Y . .- Inf, ,sy Q i Ai.: 1 " :zxygii 1 eggs Q, . . .,,w,f.m : A wr 1 zwizsvfis, i r. Pgiiiggiigf .ii V. semi ' SIUE, 4 . Y, 'F Q. T, . er Y .II-:Ziff 15531 'ff , r .... ...L Z. f gvsiw vw gf - ,M 1, R- H, L, ner.. ,J N- 55 .M M :W .rs . ! in 'N NL '13 F5 Sis ,- - d'f.i-2 . 1 1 ffm-1 .41 , .. .1 .. riff. . ,-.,...- - '1 ,Q , 1 Y L. f, as 1. Modern Languages Mr. joseph Overholt Mrs. Angela A. Zumbar Instructor in German Assistant Professor of Spanish 4911 Fri Mr. Paul E. Frohman Instructor in Languages wwf Mr. Hugh I. Jae Instructor in French 31 Mr. Steven Malycke Assistant Professor in Woodwinds Music Mr. Carl H. Kandel Instructor in Music I SE, Mrs. Bess S. Leven Assistant in Piano and Keyboard Literature Mr. Marshall P. Bailey Instructor in Piano and Organ 32 .zh- ?' Mr. Cecil T. Stewart Professor of Music Mrs. Mary A. Toumoux Assistant in Pwnc Mr. Kenneth I. Combs Instructor in Strings and Music History Music Mr. Arthur L. Lindstrom Assistant Professor in. Organ and Piano .W Wig term Qin, n 1-H zisiffi 'J 0 . KJ, k5:l"iwfi'f2,-gi , 'wr : ,,,,, , :,5wzr.c,r: ' 11 rs ..-: fr ui ,sr M Y. 'Q i 3 W6 Mr. Norman Summer Mrs. Rachel Shaffer Assistant in Music Instructor in Voice and Music Education 34 cubs? :nfl Dr. Forest J. Shollenberger Professor of Physics 922 C . L , . ,H . . r' HQ' N 1. . ,rf V4 5i7'.QgZ' ' jf , . -v Dr. James Rodman Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Director of Observatory 35 Dr. Ahmad A. Golestaneh Associate Professor of Physics rw - Physics '5- :: rw , r ,r ,mig- . ,-1 1 ,, K., f ,A amines FFF' go, Religion and Philosophy Dr. Wesley I. Vesey W Assistant Professor of Religion wif"-"" A .5-I ix , ri. 'Q Mr. Leon S. Hatch Instructor -in Philosophy Www ii i ii ii y Dr. R. Hawthorne Sales gi5fgigigjff1g'eEg3,r:Tnd Philosophy Chaplain and Professor of Religion and Philosophy 36 Mr. Charles R. Morford Assistant Professor of Speech ,-N 41 pc. iv, Speech and Drama ?'1 Z- fi 'Wm 41:55 -, E2 1, -f'. , if was - :fi 3 4 , f , u ,n, 1 , iw! H - Q? 25" i. i, Miss Penny Pritchard Dr. james E. Vincent Instructor in Speech and Drama Associate Professor of Drama and Speech 37 classes if--5 Us A '.a .3 ' ' til "if: 5 - is gf. wa P .0 'rfb-.Q 4 ff L . - .. -L. , . J .-1 A ' 4 -5 ' Lvifxx th Eff' + ,l5:.,.a. u I 2' .fir 1 Q Q Ie 41 fs iw fx v ',V r --lf x ..'4. I . f, I ktvq- . K, my V , U" 1' 'yn 1. L ,... Fi 'Yi ' ff -1-rfvf - ' snlqj. i--'ev-it -I g 4. 4 ,J ,4 gli gi 1- 1fJ.:'f"E 1 ll 'Q 5 Milf-V - .4 " .-......-z-1.--......-.,...,, Y ' 'A ' ' " " - - QQ. , -. tT - . ,.., . U 1-,Qi ' 1 A ' . Q 5' '. . Karen J. Albert Cleveland, Ohio Chemistry Robert L. Alger Aliquippa, Pennsylvania Psychology Fred E. Allison Alliance, Ohio German Darlene R. Anthony Grand Island, New York Biology Forrest D. Bachtel Middleport, Ohio Speech Joanne E. Backus Poland, Ohio Elementary Education Patricia L. Bair Columbus, Ohio Elementary Education Dorothy D. Baker Saddle Brook, New jersey Spanish Frank Sachire, treasurerg Dr. Iarnes Rodman, advisorg Bill Jones, presidentg Beth Phillip- bar vice presidentg Kate Carr, secretary. , -asu- ii W., iv le. -UWM '-Lf , Q-fy.. Ti! Qbw NT.-1 bi B 6 Q., ik., .lx Suv Zz- qu- L4 - . '17 'TUB r' V -I Z, . - ' ,L.2Z.,-Jigga, ' Q' ' s:fi-1-25.3, , BM -If-1 lftf' t '-9' 5 in---' ,if .. ..i,.4..i . -B. . :,,,,: 'X' : '1v, . a-i , ,M- M .--. -, 'glial-... 41 Kanclee S. Baldensperger Warren, Pennsylvania Comprehensive History Bart W. Bartram Alliance, Ohio Physics and Mathematics Betsy S. Bashline Grove City, Pennsylvania English Susan K. Batey East Liverpool, Ohio Elementary Education Kathy E. Beall Ardley, New York Elementary Education James W. Bear Ashland, Ohio Economics Jean A. Bechdel Beaver, ,Pennsylvania Elementary Education Nancy XVard Beeghly Cleveland, Ohio English Brenda Beeney Richwood, Ohio English Beryl A. Berger Canton, Ohio Elementary Education Virginia M. Biggs Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Onadell I. Bly Aurora, Ohio English Bette L. Bodley Ann Arbor, Michigan Voice, Organ, and Harp Clifton E. Boll Natrona Heights, Pennsylvfxnm Chemistry Yvonne E. Bolitho Canton, Ohio Psychology Carolyn L. Bott Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Sociology Glenn A. Brown Alliace, Ohio Music Education Janet M. Brown Waverly, Ohio English William A. Brownlee Westfield, Massachusetts Psychology Dianne Poorman Buck Canton, Ohio English and Spanish Virginia L. Burkey Windham, Ohio Chemistry Joseph A. Buterbaugh Oil City, Pennsylvania Biology Heather D. Cabassa Minerva, Ohio Elementary Education D. Edward Carcelli Struthers, Ohio Business Admistration Kay 'K. Carey Rittman, Ohio Elementary Education Craig A. Carney Cleveland, Ohio Physics Katharine A. Carr Lakewood, Ohio Elementary Education R. Edwin Chamberlain Alliance, Ohio Psychology Roger B. Clapp Berlin, Connecticut Business Administration Larry A. Clapper Paris, Ohio Music William H. Clarkson Warren, Ohio Art Carmen Hoiles Coco Alliance, Ohio Psychology Larry R. Cox Avon Lake, Ohio History Pamela C. Craig Warren, Ohio Elementary Education Sally A. Crane Windham, Ohio History Regina A. Daniell Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Elementary Education David R. Dar: North Canton, Ohio Business John A. Day Barberton, Ohio Business Robert I. DeHoff North Canton, Ohio Business David F. Denny Damascus, Ohio Elementary Education Seniors These outside readings have always given me lots of trouble. si an-H' "E Vit! ?...a M. sax.,- ir -' . 'ETTID 43 Peggy J. D'Isodoro Cleveland, Ohio Philosophy and English Roger W. Dixon Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Psychology Ellen L. Donaldson Minerva, Ohio Piano, Organ Karen A. Drew Gallipolis, Ohio English Linda M. DuBois Bellevue, Ohio Elementary Education Susan E. Dugle Lorain, Ohio Elementary Education G. Wayne Eggleston Akron, Ohio Business Sue F. Evans Canton, Ohio Elementary Education Cathy L. Frase Medina, Ohio Music Education William Freas Bethesda, Maryland Chemistry Gara E. French Barberton, Ohio English Kathleen P. Frisk Meadville, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Iudy A. Gabor Lorain, Ohio Elementary Education Sara A. Ceekie Parma, Ohio Elementary Education Charles R. Gill Alliance, Ohio Economics Susan Cirt Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Music Martha A. Glass Beloit, Ohio English Thomas C. Glenn Toronto, Ohio Mathematics Robert W. Cotshall Carrollton, Ohio Biology Mary WVilson Crapentine Toledo, Ohio Elementary Education Larry Q. Graves Columbus, Ohio Business Administration David E. Guy East Palestine, Ohio English Glenn R. Haase Toledo, Ohio Political Science Mildred L. Hall Alliance, Ohio Mathematics Seniors Yes Mother-I think we are getting pretty serious, ,., il. r-. 1 xfxwr' " I s J 5 r u wh f , x Pre Q,-. P 5 5 in AX lg-4 I at ' .np 8 -: wg- ,. ,REX 7- Xk-..., Q-I Qz. .rr 44 ,if -G . . f..f-5 Q-v....,, 6' j -E- SJ if W L X 1' 'F--n 45 l . . Iudi C. Hardwick Canton, Ohio Social Studies Mark D. Hawkins Chardon, Ohio Chemistry Don L. Heestand Alliance, Ohio Economics Karen E. Heiniger Williamsville, New York Elementary Education Jill L. Henry Minerva, Ohio Elementary Education Donald P. Herriott East Palestine, Ohio Chemistry Richard B. Herriott East Palestine, Ohio Biology and Political Science Ronald A. Herrmann Cleveland, Ohio Physics Albert A. Herzog, Ir. Cleveland, Ohio Religion Thomas E. Hill Middlesex, Pennsylvania Sociology Karen A. Himmelmann Bemus Point, New York Elementary Education Phebe M. Hindall Sebring, Ohio Biology Martha Horne Hoag Poland, Ohio Elementary Education Richard C. Hobe Beloit, Ohio History Donald D. Holmes Alliance, Ohio Biology Sondra S. Hopkins Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education Marilyn F. Hosken Chagrin Falls, Ohio Mathematics and Elementary Education Iames R. House Barrington, Rhode Island History Catherine Karlson Howenstine Canton, Ohio Elementary Education D. Dayne Ingraham Cleveland, Ohio English JoAnn jackson Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education Eric W. johnson Elyria, Ohio Business Timothy M. Jones Shaker Heights, Ohio English William A. Jones Alliance, Ohio Chemistry Joseph H. Judge East Liverpool, Ohio Music Education Sharon M. Keefe Williamville, New York Accounting Nancy E. Keeler North Lima, Ohio History Lawrence Keister Paris, Ohio Chemistry Barbara J. Keller Canton, Ohio Sociology David M. Kenney Fairhaven, New jersey Music Judith E. Kertis North Olmsted, Ohio Elementary Education Charles S. Keyler Rumson, New Jersey Business James L. Klepek Vermilion, Ohio Biology' Babette A. Kline Mayfield Heights, Ohio Elementary Education Gary I. Kniznat Leetonia, Ohio Chemistry David K. Koine Kiambu, Kenya Political Science and History gnu, l sq' -np-H' Lois it-0, . vm! Y -'F' if 5 WITTP' 'Nr WEST? Seniors 47 Bruce D. Krogh North Plainfield, New Jersey Philosophy Judith L. Kures Maple Heights, Ohio Elementary Education Charles R. Ladich Alliance, Ohio Business Carol T. Lamke Kensington, Maryland English James B. Lang East Liverpool, Ohio Speech and Drama Camilla S. Laughlin Akron, Ohio Speech and Drama Howard A. Leist Chagrin Falls, Ohio History and Business Elaine Williams Lewis Hubbard, Ohio Sociology Michael W. Lindamoocl Lorain, Ohio Chemistry James A. Liotta Braebum, Pennsylvania Philosophy Lynn C. Llewellyn East Liverpool, Ohio English Nancey E. Lowmiller Minerva, Ohio Elementary Education What do you mean your pair beats my straight? Who says seniors are out of their tree? Pamela A. McCloskey Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey Elementary Education Hazel A. McDonald Canton, Ohio Mathematics Patricia I. Mack Chester, West Virginia Biology Sandra I. Mageras Canton, Ohio History Patricia I. Malloy Independence, Ohio Speech and Drama Rahab Matheri Uplands, Nairobi, Kenya History Merrie L. Matson Scotch Plains, New Jersey Elementary Education Christine C. Mayer Westfield, New Jersey Voice, Music Seniors J - awww? 48 115 -. ,, , 1' xc? ES 'l'1ar..L 'QB W'-""r in--' 1""'7V WT? . .,.,- -A .4-avr' YS' 19, T579 49 'lmgu sq-37 :' gd. '!T""r J Carol I. Mayes Akron, Ohio Elementary Education Roger W. Merrill Painesville, Ohio Business Administration Walter C. Michael Carrollton, Ohio Chemistry Thomas R. Minifie New York, New York Sociology Rhonda F. Monroe Toledo, Ohio Biology Amy J. Moreland Cadiz, Ohio German Donna K. Morgan Steubenville, Ohio History William F. Morris North Canton, Ohio Political Science James D. Moshier Cleveland, Ohio Religion Karen A. Mullett Alliance, Ohio English Paula J. Neely Smithville, Ohio English K. Sue Iobe Newman Youngstown, Ohio Elementary Education Hugh R. Nile Wellsville, Ohio Chemistry and Geology Susan E. Norris Bolivar, Ohio Elementary Education Edward I. Ozimek Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania Physics and Mathematics Richard W. Painting Parma Heights, Ohio English Ann S. Palmer New Kensington, Penn. Elementary Education Timothy B. Parr Youngstown, Ohio English Leslie A. Peine Chardon, Ohio Psychology Russell I. Perlman Baldwin, New York English Iohn D. Petretich Youngstown, Ohio History Beth A. Philippbar Painesville, Ohio English David L. Piero Canton, Ohio Chemistry Gerald C. Pim, Ir. Alliance, Ohio Music Education Sue C. Porter Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Music, Piano, Organ Wallace L. Poure Toronto, Ontario, Canada Drama Judith M. Price Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Elementary Education Carl E. Ralston Carrollton, Ohio Physics and Mathematics Sally A. Ray Alliance, Ohio Speech and Drama Carolyn I. Rea Parma, Ohio Mathematics William I. Resek Lorain, Ohio Speech and Drama Sue E. Riester Mansfield, Ohio Elementary Education Carole J. Robb Canton, Ohio English Paula A. Root Salem, Ohio Elementary Education Kathy A. Roth Carrettsville, Ohio English Mark Z. Rupert Farrell, Pennsylvania Accounting Peter A. Russell Wellsville, Ohio Philosophy Frank W. Sachire Youngstown, Ohio Psychology Mrs. Sally A. Sampson Alliance, Ohio French and English Roberts Sargent Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Social Studies IQ F Gary R. Savage Alliance, Ohio . Elementary Education David W. Schefft Cleveland, Ohio Business Administration Richard I. Schillig Alliance, Ohio Political Science Tom A. Schmitt Canton, Ohio Biology and Chemisery Jennifer M. Scott Toledo, Ohio Elementary Education James F. Shaheen Canton, Ohio Biology Donita K. Shem Alliance, Ohio English Richard C. Sherer Alliance, Ohio Business Craig Shoemaker Conneaut, Ohio Economics Robert G. Seifers Pittsburgh, Permsylvania Business Shirley R. Smead Youngstown, Ohio English, Speech and Drama Barrie W. Smith East Liverpool, Ohio Art O Seniors I wonder where l left my pin? Bruce P. Smith Ieannette, Pennsylvania Sociology C. Graham Smith Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania History john S. Solomon Bay Village, Ohio Chemistry Choo Hee Song Seoul, Korea Chemistry David W. Stewart Kensington, Ohio Economics Stanley I. Stewart Alliance, Ohio Economics C. Ross Stonesifer Alliance, Ohio Mathematics and Physics Dianne E. Stroia North Canton, Ohio English Robert B. Sullivan Alliance, Ohio English Peter Sun Rangoon, Burma Chemistry Margery I. Swager Austintown, Ohio Elementary Education Thomas E. Swaine Mentor, Ohio Chemistry 1 Q Senlors Not now, honey I have to go back and study gaze 'iii' Michael R. Sweeney Columbiana, Ohio Music Edwin C. Tan Phuket, Thailand Biology Jane E. Thomas Warren, Ohio History Daniel H. Treloar New Castle, Pennsylvania Economics Sheryl L. Trudicks Irondale, Ohio Philosophy Gretchen Van Almen Canton, Ohio Political Science Karen L. Van Voorhis Canton, Ohio Spanish Susan L. WVagner North Canton, Ohio Mathematics Bruce B. Walborn Alliance, Ohio Business Daniel Waller Bloomingdale, Ohio Psychology John A. Watkins Avon, Ohio Business Constance L. Weber Alliance, Ohio Elementary Education Kay E. Wells Cowanda, New York Sociology Dennis W. Williams Alliance, Ohio Business Administration Carolyn A. Wise North Canton, Ohio Elementary Education Stephen S. Wood Alliance, Ohio Mathematics David W. Woolf Salem, Ohio Art John F. Yoder Alliance, Ohio Biology Thomas W. Young Ogden Dunes, Indiana English Mrs. Marcie R. Zumbrunnen Sebring, Ohio Music, Organ Dave Allison Ward Anderson Karen Antall Rose Arbanas Shirley Archer John Armitage Frank Ashbaugh Nancy Audrain Dave Augusta Barb Bacon Ken Baillis Ioan Barclay T7 is '27 6 Q, A is Juniors Julie Barrick Barb Barstow Jeannie Beard Bob Becker Terry Benko Bob Benson Jack Bemosky Julie Bethel Bonnie Boggs Chet Bojanowski Nancy Bonstelle Karen Booth Bob Bragdon Dianne Brooker Winona Bumsworth Brian Buschow Diane Butler Tim Butler John Campbell Pat Carter Juniors jim Chadwick Kay Chapman Kathy Clark Pam Claytor Ken Conry Karen Corbett Ian Craig Dawson Cunningham Lee Davis Darla DeBee Chuck Delinks Bob Dickey Dianne Dixon Dreamalee Div Kris Dreifort Dody Edgar CIS ZF 'exif And then Don Juan sald to the fail maiden . . . and then the faxr malden replied . . . Rik Ernst Connie Ermlich Sallyann Everson Gary Farinacci jim Fauver Joanne Fox Tom Frank Fred Fulton Iane Fursey Mary Anne 'Goddard Jane Goodman Cheryl Gross Stephanie Haden Iim Hairston Ioan Harmony Bob Hettler Janet Hirsch Glenn Hjelm Sue Holloway Sue Horsey Brenda Hosfelt Hubert Hothem Karen Hudson C. James Huey Betsy Humphreys Rhonda Hutchins Barb Jenkins Brian Johnson Judy Jolley James Jones Letha Jones Dan Joseph Nancy Judd Rick Kekic Jim Kennedy Sharen Kerr 'if Q? "Cr" irf'-7 J unlors John Kobal Phyllis Kohring Sally Korna Carolyn Koppel Jim Krabill , Janet Kuhl Sue Ellen Kurtz Jane Lamphier Holly Lampman Alene Lamprech Cary Lanzen Sue LaVeg1ia And now for the final mgredxent for my Saturday night date Hey you guys I think I'm tuned in on McMaster Hall! Bill Larzelere Paul Leekala Pam Lewis Carol Liebersbach Barb Liehlein Ierry Lindahl Dash Lippert David Logan Dan Lukich William McCallum Judi McCauley Bill McClarin janet McFarland Bonnie McGowan Dick McLaughlin Marsha McMurry W1 Junlors Mary Iane McV1cker Wayne Menz Ied Mewbom Al Miller Paul Miller Ian Molzan Robert Morgan Linda Moxley Sally Neorr Carol Nelson Anne O'Connor George Paidas Tila Parker Kathy Parks Larry Patrick Joyce Pease John Peaspanen Sue Perdue Wanda Phills Charlotte Picha Juniors Barb Potyka Lynn Powell Ted Purviance Diane Quinn Alan Ramsay Betsy Reed Ruth Reyer John Rhodes Mary Roach Tom Robinson Dick Rose Jeannine Rowe Charlotte Sampson Rick Sampson Nancy Io Schaffer Eugene Schindler Carl Schmidt Dave Schooler jerry Schroeder Ian Schueler Now, think of your favorite professor . . Shari Scott Chuck Sewall Norm Shaheen Bormie Shears , Joyce Sheffer Judy Sheppard Becca Shilts 1 Donna Shotts af Joyce Simmons Lana Skapin Keith Slusser Charlene Smith Jim Smith Pete Snodgrass Dave Spangler John Stadler Juniors Marcia Stauffer Emily Stefle Bob Stinson Margaret Stoops Dave Straiko Corky Stratford Nancy Stratton Randi Swift Alane Takacs Carolyn Thompson Janet Thompson Tim Thompson Martin Thyrum Ed Turner Jane Vanaman Tallie Vance Do you think Phyllis knows that she's sup- posed to paint on the canvas instead of the floor? 64 M Q N43 , l eh Well girls, what will it be, "Row Row Your Boat" or "Co Tell Aunt Rhody?" Linda Wachsman Gary Wagioner Bob Wake am James Wallace Neal Wamer Rosemary Warren Ruth Weber Robert Wetzel Steve Wheeler Judy Willour Don Wilson Sally Witchey Barb Wolfram Karen Workman La.rry Yukich Ed Zapatlca Sophomore class oflicers: Dr. Sales, advisorg Phil Mikita, presidentg Cathie Franks, vice-presidentg Kay Kobbe, secretaryg Randy Padavick, treasurer. Brad Adams Larry Aiuppy Nancie Albrecht Jack Allen jim Anderson Kathy Anderson Mary Andrews Patrick Ashbaugh Nancy Ashcom Grant Ashelman Kathy Baker Linda Barrick Ioette Bartram Buddy Bauer Lee Bender Linda Bidlack Sophomores Dave Blood George Bogdon Ian Boster Beth Boyer Debbie Brenner Pat Bresnahan Carol Broadway Richard Brown Marianne Bruning Lynn Burkey Bob Butler Linda Cailor Paula Calderini Marcy Callahan Donna Camp Patti Cannon Elaine Carlisle Ioan Carlson Don Cassidy Kathy Cassidy Sophomores Frank Centofanti Frank Cerio Dave Chambers Tom Chaney Jim Chester Connie Cloyd Beth Coates Carolyn Colapietro Pam Creeclon Mary Jane Crooks Fran Culler Dave Czegan Jerry Daniels Carolyn Davis jerry Davis Vaughn Davis Elaine Dean Emily Demsky Marty DeVeny Bruce Dicosky Yi? I wrll study and get ready and perhaps my chance w1l1 come L1ncoln Rick Dilworth Ken Drake Steve Dunbar Iirn Edmonds Karen Eells Lenore Ehlert Allan Emshoff Pam Engler Annie Ennlich Lynn Ertle Bill Esposito Tim Evans Dena Everett Chuck F enstermaker John Ferris Gary First How many times have I cut chapel Debby Fish Carol Fleming Doug Ford Sue Foster Cathie Franks Paul Ganyard Randy Garlock Art Carnes Lynda Garside Joy Gaston Larry Geraci Russ Giauque Christine Cilchrest Dan Goodman Tim Goulding Sue Graham sznsm P V .s.:wS14-A- ' 4 f- - me L , 1: ' - 1 Ez, . qi 42 5,1 X 'N ' 1 2 "' .QW-.M X fur Siu.-4 'Psi' 'Pb' ?"'x Sophomores David Gram Pat Griffith Dody Hall John Hamilton Bob Harding Rick Hargrave Janet Harsh Julia Hazen John Hendricks Robert Hepp John Herberghs James Herr Noel Hess Jim Hogg Cecilia Hohler Randy Holmes Nancy Homer Kathleen Hunter Dave Huston Karleen Johnson Bette Jones Judy jones Neva Jones Yvonne Jones Doug Katzenmeyer Kaye Kobbe Barb Koch Marcia Kozub Rick Kuntz Dave Lakso Priscilla Lawson Sally Leatherbeny Lynn Leggett jim Little Linda Little Linda Lorenz Bill Louden Jim Lunsford Jim Lusk Tom Lyon Sophomores 4- Sharon Mahan Janice Manypenny Tony Marsh John Martin Kay Martin Charol Martindale Jack McCabe Jean McClintock Donna McConnell Karen McCort Carol McKim Judy McKnight Pat Melvin Donald Menz Phil Mikita Barb Miller Dennis Miller Jill Miller Jane Milley Dan Moldavan Listen, if you are going to have a discussion find your own elevator! Sophomores Denis Molner Lynda Montgomery Carolyn Morey Ieif Morris Steve Morris Sandra Morrow Chip Mosher Bill Murray David Neel Mike Norton Carolyn Orr Nancy Osbome Jim Owen Kendra Owen Randy Padavick Linda Pardoe Giddy-yap Vis, lf., . ne. .,., yrr-4' 'Y' Bill Parry Peggy Patterson Sharon Pauih Iudy Pavlic Dan Pesta Dave Peterson Sandy Phillips Kim Pierce Dick Pierson Mary Io Pizzino Linda Plisevich Linda Polen Robert Poto Tom Quick Bob Raines Sheryl Reed Don Reedy Carol Remaley Mary Jo Rhoads Pat Rickard Sophomores Bruce Robb Lynette Robb Frank Romig Patti Romig StGYl'l3!'1lS Ruth Ros yn Scherer Carol Schifller Marilyn Scholz Thomas Sell Cliif Shaifer Bill Sharp Carol Shattuck H Sh fs cfiniheuii Ioan Shepard Linda Siegfried Nancy Siess Carol Siskind Len Slack Charles Smart ,Q , A , 43 M kb "H, I FQYQ' fs ll' , Q L H Looks like peanut butter and jelly again today. Peg Smyth Terry Snavely Lorrie Sniarowski Dick Snyder Laura Snyder Nancy Snyder Patti Spilios Brian Staiford Pat Stanislaw Terry Steinmetz Rick Stradley Nancy Strauch Charles Shecker Jon Strubbe Ron Stuckey Indy Superfisky Iames Swaine Paula Swenson Synda Swift Ieannie Tarves Ralph Toalston Larry Tobey Kathy Tomkinsou Lynn Toronski Dick Tubaugh Tyler Turkle Lynn Unkefer Geoff Utterback Dean Varian Chris Vassily Margaret Vorhis Suzanne Waggoner Barb Wainwright Linda Webb John West Mary Jane Wheeler f 'mil' Marcy Zarbaugh Sally Zuck Tony Zurbrugg Sophomores Bob Whittemore Peggy Wicks Gerry Wilhelm Tom Wilkins john Williams Judy Williams Marlene Willis Jean Wilson Malcom Wilson Pat Wood Karen Wooding Gordon Woolbert Ian Wright Gary Wolf Dee Zachik Kathy Zantal Donna Albert Kathleen Albert Jim Alexander Vince Amato John Amert Charles Anderson Louis Andriotti Diane Archer Hovhannes Aroyan Bob Artino Steve Bachelor Mrs. Elia Badia John Baker Barbara Banfield George Baran Tom Barclay Denis Barry Jud Bartram Becky Bates Rocky Beach .,,.. 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Stephen Warner Cynthia Warren Paul Weaver David Weber Janice Weber Iudy Weber Elizabeth Whetson Mike White Bill Williams Cheryl Wilson Dick Wince Jim Winkhart Judy Winters Suzanne Wishart Jack Withee Shyer Wohl John Wolfram james Woodruff Paul Worstell John Wright feature E' A 'ndtg ,. -Q '1 EY' at , EAL ' .- -:L-ax ,Q H..,, I I s , 1 l 1 , . 1,1 0 5.1-. 4 J . ..glf,-0 3'- 1f. . " -as A ' 4 'ffl' w .Dai 1' -ex .- n I' v- . ff- ,J V ,p "u C . A journey of cz thousand miles begins with a single step 55 F1 IL ez lx y-,X 96 Orientation ,r .1 X, 1 r E3 sf gli? V., : 97 Many hands make light work William Patten x-an .n4..J: iFg.1!:f".. vafib-rfbi-,fax 4','7f14'-ii -9553 ' , . --jars! . 5 Rush All things come round to those who will but wait. Longfellow xi. X fi 99 J. yr.-K ' 1 arf ru 4gr'gq,f .. , K Q 3355251 - f.,st:,fig.5 N 1? 52131 f4ezA:s:i:s55ig:g ggi A . ' . ' .ali nw -221: f mf f,:11::www-' -2 ,. W, .fm 1 'J ' ff-'f , 3:1-wvsfk 1 Nzzww' w f 12? 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Jfgi I i M' ' Jil I i. iiSl."'1.- -Q A 2+ Winning float Alpha Xi Delta and Alpha Tau Omega Homecoming Competition Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Kappa Tau 104 Delta Delta Delta and Sigma Nu D0 B CNF will Ahhh Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Independent Student Association ,effswr jg, ff' " W Y' Y HK- ff- - , - -'fr-' - --- - A: 5?fE -'ai QE ff:--1 551, -V 7 fi Vw 'Q "r ff'fIi,-,7- , :ay . ir: Elm! - 1 , ww .f ..,- I+. A'- , A f i 4 J l I lj. I E E .., , 1'-E -' l' '11 - - V- .. J J 'iggraf' -1? Y ' ' -5515 2 aa '::aE'5 'f ' if ' wiififin 1-544 H3- ,, .. M Y . , .zz ..- .gp :- , , , A , - f n' -. - 1-E .: ' r Z , Y N . , f N A X QQIKYQ , ,N,L,,, 5, V 'W 3T21i?"4?2F 3? "3?xif522sm 'AWE " " ' " H 'P'-M' 'wfiml' " ' ' ,.-- . , ru. vm,WWW,,,,4M nvaws HS 5 ,,. 12 Y ' x -- nw, 1 . Hffm' gganmg-gf 11 rg' L X V2 Swim W X Q, Q 3 L u vw is-sa X835 , 1 ,C Sf, , gem V , ,. 0 " rn ... Y . w s Z' N X .. If f 5 N ms. .,,,.,..,.,.. .. 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M f es? 5 " ' ' me :gr-5f33Waw v .Lag -fl,-X may K Q 1 Ln., -.Mm 325355 '31 iz? fm .r gg? 5- S3522 ngssiiee 1966 Homecoming Queen Miss Sheryl Trudicks N 106 Homecoming Queen Amid the spectacle of the 1966 Mount Union College Homecoming celebration, Sheryl Trudicks was chosen as queen. Selected on a campus-wide ballot, Sheryl represented Delta Delta Delta sorority. Members of her court included Kate Carr, Alpha Delta Pi, Betsy Bashline, Alpha Xi Delta, Carolyn Bott, Alpha Chi Omega, Pat Bair, Independent Students Association. ' ii , A .....4 H- - 1 H-Lf in ,ab gl' 3 X ' '-1 " Y i 1 , 1 W " 'ff' I r'-K 'f GEN! ' . Y X' ""' I Q ' Tari Travis, Mr. Chet Travis, Pat Bair, Mr. H. Roger Bair, Sheryl Trudicks, Mr. Sam Ceddis, Betsy Bashline, Dr. H. W. Bashline, Kate Carr, Mr. R. W. Carr, Carolyn Bott, Mr. Bott. 107 ww? XL A ,ig- K ' 'Ju-H" x 1 59 vpf"mf'N'fm'l I. xv- cf: Q1-.,,, Au i L 'Huh' , i iw .nw we-4 l , N sf... W N at .M , ' - :, ,T iw 2' . , I ,Nike ,lb . I , .1 , A 3, 4, : kv A ' L " frm P, fx. . jim A 1 L' Q? 'W , 9 vi 5 A ! ,' K 1 ' I I I I 1 "I "L-' i i 1 I!! 'LIT .ne 1' A-P 7' 5 S Q 109 Cf-E f ATJ fgjp The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr. Mohammed The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read. Mark Twain .' fj"lvT.1n4 -,r25'uP4fS4f ,, ,y.,E,--av, H .AMT '13 in Q, 1 4, kg fv V: 9 1.:vfX 3 v. o .N J1 o ANTI' aff, o fg o -, 0 .1 X., . Afw-, o ' . v.. .. . Q 'n .w- :f 8 At-LL fr-w.,x M uoh study is cz weariness of the flesh Ecclesiastes. XII. 12 'N 1-A 2-A. , g .1 Jr' -4-r-. ,ww "w., -gtfldmr xv-.. - -v-1 .. 1 .. 1- - 1- ,Q f fffx - --- f -P ' nw V , , f '-- , 'Q -'Wg Q, J A . ,i1...,, , , ,.. 1 f .4 -ng A,,19,,f552:."' - ,, . - - A 1 -, .. ,.-N. . - , '-W .1 f 'LM , . -3- ff. As?" , f1,,41,: ' ,. 1, ' ' ,. ' " - , .1 M' 2' 1 Q -S153 1: ' : 1 "Iff'5::f1f'fsE?'f" .1 ' if , 4 ugh-1r,v:,--Y.. , .M A. V ' . A A v :ga-1, 3 .3 .391 A. 5 . - L, x ., ' 4 --1 ' . ' - ' 1 ,gwaafrrr--. j ' -f :Wm - - ' ' Jed- ff " s , A X .1 I 111 155555 The plagfs the thing . . . Shakespeare x 'F KK: -,. 4 XA ' 4 45 Q w Music is the universal language of mankind. Longfellow w 115 Rick Painting, representing Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, was named Mardi Gras King of 1967. Selected in an all-campus vote, Rick was crowned during intermission ofthe Mardi Gras dance, 61,000 Clowns." Rick, an English major, has been Phi Tau sergeant-at-arms and pledge master, and has held the posts of Blue Key vice-president and president of S.A.C. Other members of the court included: Mickey M-ujlet, Alpha Tau Omega, Glenn Haase, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Frank Sachire, Sigma Nu, and Iim Lang, Independent Stu- dents Association. Student Senate President George Paidas crowns the 1967 Mardi Gras King, Rick Painting. Mardi Gras '-gi. Y , 4 . . ,V ,,,., . . .-P. f- 'H w 2' V I ' - L A 4 ,A 1 - , .X fin Q feed? Mardi Gras Court: Mickey Muffet, Janet Brown, Marilyn Hosken, Jim Lang, Rick Painting, janet Thompson, Betsy Reed, Glenn Haase, Lynn Albert Frank Sachire. 117 Polly Lease was chosen as Mount Union's 1967 Cover Girl from a field of nearly a hundred contestants. The list of beauties was hrst narrowed to ten by the Dynamo Associa- tion, five girls from that list were then se- lected by the student body, and a panel of four fashion experts made the final decision. Polly, a freshman and a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, represented the College in Glamour Magazines "Ten Best-Dressed College Girlsv contest. The four other finalists were Sandy Mag- eras, Ruth Beyer, Roslyn Scherer, and Carol Shattuck. Cover Girl Cover Girl Finalists: Roslyn Scherer, Sandy Mageras Polly Lease, Ruth Beyer, Carol Shattuck. H, , . 453: zu- fi,- 1967 Cover Girl Miss Polly Lease 119 ,, On with the dance! let joy be unconfinecl . . . Lord Byron 120 Come the spring with all its splendor . . . Longfellow M L .,,. .Q-. mg, 121 I rm 1 1.1 I JV, .4 ' 6 vf 1 Q21 ' 1-. X11 I 'Y' 111 "" ,Lrg 1 :""'i'gff f" f L 1 H f 7 : " 111 H H' 5 - 'jg 11, ' lf 1 ,111111111 , 11111,11mg111e11,1, 1111 Lk , :s"'f1t 'Z 1 ' 1 1"11"' -' fl f',,,, 1 1' 1' 1'11lR1"'T11' ' 5111g1!11Si5j??3f"'gN'5', 11 1 1111fl111'111f'95vfS?1-D' fi TQ '1111l111l1111S1 Yi2W' " " 1 r' 1 fl .1 1- , L. Wi I :T ' ' ' " R'- W 1: H' X MNMM1 1, 11 11 13-sffwza 11 1' 1 1 1 ,A . 11 1 111111111111111112111 1 11 1 1 ' -1 1 1 - 1 1 1' 1-r , ' ' W H .- Y 1 1 ma ' " " 11., 11, f ' 1 S ,a Z nl 1-4-4 -w.,,,,,51 1 0 5 1 1 X 1 11 111 111"11 E 1 111 11 1 1" 1 1 111 111"111"'.,, ff , 1, ,H " 1 11 11, if 111,11 11 111 I 1 .- ,Y i YV Fil: V1 ,-ull, .5 V i- 1,51 ,,u 3. -5 -: .?i,.L, -1,5-, ig N fd- 5 -, EET- g ' " I, 1- 2- V9 ' ''1W3WT11'Wf1fWg??ff7ff.1,,gQfjuh111111 H"'111"'1 331 " '11 5-el 1- ,'lE',-1:FQi?:5?", ' 4 , . fi - 'V 5 , ' '1 xx 1 2 11 1 1'1 1 .1 .asi ' I. ,11 1 . 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Anonymous ,lm V 4 , H., MJ' -4-g..,g,w,g 1 , .Jw-fa '-7 "1-A.1i'3g jLi.r5'fi.-, 4' "Pi I ' , '- ., A. -:'-- - -.w'54'i9' -,....g-fs W I L13 fNuc A A fw,',,, 1191113 Convocation "An Evening's Frost" Celebrity Series The Brandywine Singers W 1, E , f Q' J Q 1 JW ,. i ' ' J' 'V Celebrity Series Ferrante Gr Teicher Convocation "Sing Out '66" Special Events Celebrity Series The Mitchell Trio 131 . "' 1 , Y 1-ww gi Wm.: HH.. , M ,--- -.. , .L gain. . -Y f V :1- -, ?VvJ M21-.-as , -rv it K ' 2 N V- , Q -- Y' QZIP X1 ffffuf'f1'f'.f - ' ,S-. WN! Y' . f,QFl,g U.. - , 1 - If 223411 ' ' ' V- v U: ,rl gil 41.55235- " Wg? xii: iii? .. M W N21 4 N, f- .4-1 Vi- ' -ggi- wn',,....1-..- Sally Witchey, 1967 May Queen 132 X I May Day Queen With Spring and its beauty comes Miss Sally Witchey, reigning as the 1967 Mount Union College May Queen. Sally is a junior from Lexington, Ohio. Maioring in art, she plans to teach in the secondary schools. Sally is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and serves it as publicity chairman. Other members of the May Court are: Maid of H onor Janet Thompson, Rose Marie Arbanas, Kay Chapman, Sharon Kerr, Sandy M ageras, Nancy Stratton, ancl Alane Takacs. Row 1: Nancy Stratton, Maid of Honor Janet Thompson, Alane Takacs, May Queen Sally Witchey, Sandy Mageras, Row 2: Rose Marie Arbanas, Sharon Ken, Kay Chapman. 1 Wm, , it 2 -M ri L ' N Q MF' v T '23 F, -ififl Outstanding Senior Woman Miss Nancy Ward as vr-:ffm x a i fx' '-.- Q v 'f 11- ' if f A V K, W 'gf 1 ' -f a - Z K 4, 1 1 xl, 4 I f 225 y , 4 v ,. ' ws ,1 L.. f 'M 235212 ,S , -W. .,, Q ,355 ag' z ,Q fi Ev'15"?5', sf: ,ig M . M ii. 'E .A mi Kbffqjfiix b gui 1' T mm Outstanding Senior Woman ,px M9145 if 5 41 .fm K! FL J Q. w-WF 4-fl fly, ls wllgg, 3 'N mfs., .L ZH". 'l g,0Oc if .F 71.1-'A ' 135 V Nancy Ward, an English major from Cleveland, was announced as Mount Unionls Outstanding Sen- iorYVoman at the Womenfs Day Banquet this spring. A list of all graduating senior women was voted 'upon by the AWS Board and narrowed to ten candidates. The ballots were then compiled by Dean McMillin and from the top five a faculty committee chose Nancy as the woman most de- serving of the award. And indeed she was. Pledge trainer and vice- president of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, Nancy was also a member of PEKS, Lauriger, and Pi Gam- ma M u. She was vice-president of her class for her freshman, sophomore, and junior years, and served as president of the Associated Women Students dur- ing her senior year. Nancy also found time to work in Theater F ive, as social chairman of Student Sen- ate, and as a resident assistant her junior year. These qualities of outstanding scholarship, leadership and service to the school, in addition to the highest degree of personal integrity, are indications that Nancy Ward is the Outstanding Senior Worntznt for 1967. This year the honor of Outstanding Senior Man was awarded to two men: Glenn Haase and Bill Iones. A tie in the 'vote of the Interfraternity Coun- cil, Men's Residence Council, and the faculty com- mittee was the basis for the selection. And it was not diyficult to understand. Glenn served as Eminent Archon of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and president of IFC and Pi Kappa Delta. He was a member of Blue Key, Student Senate, and was awarded membership in Pi Gamma Mu. Bill, a member of Sigma Nu fraternity, served as treasurer of his freshman class, and president of his sophomore, junior, and senior classes. He was a member of Blue Key, American Chemical Society, and Alembroic. He also performed the duties of Student Senate president during his junior year. Both men, then, showed excellence in scholar- ship, leadership, and character, both men equally deserved to be called the Oustanding Senior Man of 1967. -,,- Vg., "2" ' ' -f4m-Qa,,-f-g::g,z-,,:- 1 N7 --,Tj i '-f.9:-:YFEGQ ' 75.12221-2E,L' "L Psi-ff ,st 1 . ' is " ll -- '1 'ravi f-,V "' 'Q 'L',555g'.'i'j, ,JL " 'ix fair!! ' 2 "r .W xg, Glenn Haase Uutstanding Senior Man ' w - - 'ififei -. As vvv , W4 . 4 w , n , , H A , . -WF, ,, M ,, 'Q-j, .7 V my qggg: 4 i fu an 'W .V f K . ' , Bill jones Glenn Haase 137 ' I' , , .,,,.,v..1 ,..s. .71 1 1 y 4 'XYX QM X3 X X X5 And for the seniors, the time has come to plan for their tomorrows A! 1.54. M T Y Y ff -2 WSU .1 1? z 'N Graduation X X N " .. .a,,,2gi f 'X 4 rl. 1 W5 N L22 S. 'W '- vm, Autumn to winter, winter into spring, Spring into summer, summer into fall,- Motion so swift, we know not that we move Craik S0 rolls the changing year, and so we change, greeks 1 e :T-. :HJ 'Q ,J ijdsf -url 75.7.52 lv 1 i B! U fs. 74' avg Q- 5 3 E. if ii i? -xv ,- . ,., .v'H,. 1, E- s 3 J. I.. ff' . .-.- , ..... ... , 4. , v ,-N -5 ""'- -'--.-. J.. , .- --Y -....,, .,......... -...-.... -lm. . P s . V , , , .. , ""f:Q ' ' 1 . 1 V . r"'5:' 'W ' - ' I . f vo - -. ' '-'Lf,1.i'."g: 51 .-' ff 1 -' . I' 'Nr 43- -, ':'iw"1 . ' , , ' f , ' w-.vu ' ,.. krillri-- . 'l .- I4 Q1 -L . N. ,yu-v , A -r ' 'ff'-au... iiiii hmm Kathy Parks Tila Parker Nancy Snyder Judy Peterson Sue Lang Sue Ekey Peg Smyth Jennie Till Jud Bartram Eddie Russell Bonnie Shears Marcia Staulfer Brenda Hosfelt Judy Sheppard Jean Wilson Joette Bartram Debbie Brenner Ross Warren Betsy Gamer Sue Ellen Kurtz Barb Green Mary Ann Goddard Lynda Garside Lynn Toronski Janet Thompson Sally Neorr Gerry Wilhem Nancie Albrecht Rose Arbanas Nancy Lore Kay Kobbe Nancy Tran Ros Scherer Joni Shepard Sally Zuck Charlene Smith Darla DeBee Judy Kertis Stephanie Haden Bonnie Walker 143 0 .fu ' t'-S ff-of Oo 5- S 4151 jlll 3? A . 'fzz lpha Chi Omega Judy McCauley Sonnie Hopkins Sue Holloway Tish McNeil Toni McCarthy Kay Norton Carolyn Davis Judy Jones Sue Evans, secretary Dianne Poorman, president Carole Robb, vice-president Pat Mack, treasurer Kathy Beall Sue Gobeli Nancy Stratton Beth Coates Barb Potyka Julie Barrick Carolyn Bott Mary Kay Roslund tqlgvis claim , " ' , 'wmv' . 'Y.i Q.. ., A -is , . fm for xl- " .. I, A .tr fl'- lpha Delta . Karen Graef . Jane Milley . Judy Kures . Bonnie McGowan . Chris Mayer, treasurer . Sue Girt, secretary . Kate Carr, president . Pam Craig, rush chairman . Jill Henry . Kandee Baldensperger, 0.77. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11, Beth Lindenberger 12. Joyce Simmons 13. Julie Bethel 14. Beryl Berger 15. Merrie Matson 16. Sandi Nicol 17. Barb Banfield 18. Sue Graham 19. Cynthia Hiclcson 20. Pat Carter Sue Norris Donna Colvin Dayne Ingraham Judy Willour Ellen Donaldson Carol NVashburn Kathy Baker Carol Mayes Carol Siskind Laura Snyder Molly Morrison Stephanie Somers Carol Topalian Terry Snavely Janice Micha Nancy Sedwick Carol Nelson Pat Stanislaw Sue Waggener Jennie Scott Juanita Obee Dianne Brooker Diana Ramsdell Sue Porter Cindy Hill Mary Jane Crooks Cher l VVilson Charlotte Sampson Sally Cost Dody Edgar Alanna Skapin Pam Creedon Karen Shook Anne Porter Mom Packer Cilla Lawson Carol Lloyd Betsy Reed Judy Williams Pat Malloy 3223 sa M3251 A 0 o f 7 145 Will an ' jf! iwifig M 2 146 Debbie Greenawalt Judy Maybom Kathy Gamble Bette Jones Dee Zachik Karen Corbett Marianne Bruning Marcy Callahan June Ann Fursey Janis Boster Gretchen VanAlmen Kate Patterson Patti Spilios Judy Winters Pam McCloskey Phyllis Kohring Mary Wilson , secretary Janis Lothamer Jane Fursey Carolyn Koppel Nancy Strauch Lynda Swift Paula Root Marilyn Mitchell Barb Koch Kathy Clark Pat Wood Barb 'Wolfram Connie Weber Connie Wagner Pam Engler Elaine Dean Sue Hull Judy Weber 147 Shirley Archer Sharon Mahan Sally Koma Carolyn Colapietro Kim Pierce X QKKSXNRWNXX lpha Xi Delta Lynn Powell, treasurer Carolyn Wise Anne O'Connor Sara Geekie, rush chairman Sue Dugle, president Liz Trumfio Sue Perdue Marty Pettit Marcia Kozub Della Longsworth sv is D l Sl -,mg xv ' C 'gfjai F -1 .. Delta Delta Delta 1. 2. 3. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18 Martha Moncrief Susan Cope Beth Philippbar Diane Archer Mary Jo Pizzino Kathy Anderson Polly Lease Susan Mortlock Natalie Vance Lesley Ferris Linda Webb Karen McCormick Linda Lorenz Amy Thompson Lynn Hopkins Janet Hirsch Sue Miekle Jennie Campbell Debbie Colaw Emily Steffe Leigh Mainwaring Alane Takacs, rush Judy Wallace Nancy Jo Schaffer, Elaine Miller Peggy D'Isidoro Linda Montgomery Janet Kuhl Corky Stratford Becky First Linda Cailor Jan Johnson Sybil Sharp Judy Jolley Sue LaVeglia Gill Kathy Frisk, secr 148 chairman treasurer T!! Ann Massie Cheryl Hougenclobler Chris Cilchrest Diane Taylor Kitty Moncrief Martha Class Anne Ermlich Judy Pavlick Cathie Franks Wendy Knight Janet Brown Jackie Bingaman Patti Rornig Sue Riester Karen Heiniger Mrs. Harry Geltz 5 - - - y f2,ff 5 V14 ff? H ,HQ E ii m 922 6.43 5 . Aww... x Q2 M, 55 79. 9 , M9 Q 31 881 10 A 9 W e 9 149 PER 5 A 3.5 Q F9195 538323 5 55291 150 Ted Dunlap Rick Cross Jeff Phillips Dave Darr John Rhodes Rick Miller Scot VVolpert Ion Graham john Haupt Greg Reynolds Bob James Steve Stanislaw Ron Stuckey Lou Daugherty Dave VVaggoner Ron Smart Bob Brainard George Bigham Dave Lakso Steve Rhodes Ed Oot Nic-k Incamato Tom Gorham Bruce Robb Mike Lindamood, worthy muster Geoff Utterback Bob Raines Jeff Longsclale lim Bear Dan Lukich Chester Bojanowski 151 1 g y IA SW! WX Don Hasbrouck Norm Shaheen Bruce Harris, lpha Tau Omega worthy chaplain Art Stehlik, worthy keeper of exchequer Iohn Rochus Jerry Lindahl Dick Brown Bill Kimmel Tom Shaclrick, worthy keeper Dan Waller Bill Sharp Mickey Muffet Larry Graves of annals o Kappa Bruce Dicoskey Bob Sargent Randy Jones Kerry Carretson Rick Painting Dick Pierson Bob Wood jim Brown Larry Patrick Tim Butler John Solomon Ron Herrman, 17 John Petretich Roger Roberts Don Wilson Dick Hobe Cordon Riddles Bob Lane A1 Miller John Day resident Stoner Iim Krabill Lou Andriotti Chris Wolfram Jim Owen George Paidas, vice-president john Eaton Brad Adams Mrs. Tuel, housemother Pat Bresnahan, treasurer Wayne Eggleston Vince Amato Dean Patrick Steve Dunbar Bob Bragdon Roy Achmoody Tom Wilkins Chip Cassidy Bill Williams Jack Withee 152 Ion Strubbe Dan Pesta jack Clark Jim Hairston Dave Guy Herbert Carnes Don Reedy Dave Scheift Dave Conrad Dave Ziegler Chip Mosher Ward Anderson Steve Wheeler Randy Padavick Cary Wulf Bill Parry led Mewborn Butch Bachtel Chuck Fensterm Howard Leist aker W 9 Agigigfaiw ir , By eg! 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William Moxris Jim Ickes Jim VanNess Ken Keslar Chuck Delinks Roger Clapp John Austin John Sera Lynn Hartrick Chuck Keyler Phil Liambeis Robert Stinson t Dave Ross Tom Old Martin Thyrum Mark Rupert Tom Bike Greg Robinson Tccld Lingo jim Louclin Dave Weber Harden Fowler Hugh Shalfer Pete Snodgrass 155 Sigma lpha Epsilon james House, vice-president jim Kennedy Doug Lamb Glenn Haase, president Newton Heston Jim Pierce Gary Smith, secretary Gary Hoffman Chuck Bates Iim Coombes john McCabe Crenrlle vv W! .5 4' t'4 .4491 4 f,,'f I' Sigma ll 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Frank Russell Iim Fauver Ed Ozimek Dan Moldovan Doug Katzenrneyer Dave Piero Ric johnson Don Herriott Ioe Mercurio Larry Kennedy Ed Turner Grant Ashelman 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Craig Shoemaker Bob Cotschall Dutch Lewis Len Slack Ken Drake Lee Davis Dean Varian Gary First Bob Sifers Buddy Bauer Bill Freas Larry Kiester 156 Mike White Gary Lanzen Brad Shanks Terry Wyand Dick McLaughlin Bob Bennett jim Liotta Ken Conry Larry Yukich "George" Bob Hettler mwzma 157 Greek Candids 59" Www. 1 . Ts.. 1 .Q 1 2 atb letics . .. :yu qw, ,., A- .V -1 . . . Q . W , --f..'-3515, ,-pu.. -vu, . ....,,... . .. , ,A ,sv K'-4 A-, . isQ.-..'.,,--.-..--..f r--.....,-... .. . . ,, I, ' I 'J 4 , rnsis- - s I I 1 , -ilr"39Y'Q'.o.'1if'-v'-v- . 55,1 o , , ,,, , ,, I ' u 1 ' A 9 -Pnv."os1-'q.-,y-6.5.v"'il'?'iv."""9""iF""!W9D""'V"'ffflgf' ' ' ' X '. ' .A ' 'Q I ' U . . I 0 . . . o 1 0 0 a 0 . , I ' fx 'Zz-"-id' Aifpbwz ,Am -' " ' 1' 1 "1vZiv-f'H59" S' 1' 4. .. il Q, . Football Handicapped by numerous injuries to key offensive and defensive stars, the Mount Union football team com- piled a 4 and 4 record against Ohio Conference foes and a 4 and 5 mark overall. The Raiders' inability to win the close ones kept them from having a great season. The five games which they lost were lost by a total of only 26 points. Though the team record will not be remembered as particularly outstanding, the individual performances of men like Frank Sachire, senior tackle, and Dick Rose, junior monster, will be recalled by fans who appreciate hard-nosed football. Both were chosen to the All-Con- ference first team. Senior halfback Ed Carcelli, leading scorer and MVP on offense, and Bob McClain, senior center, were named to the All-Conference second offen- sive team. Lon Gaumer, junior halfback, and Dick VVar- ner, junior linebacker and Raider hatchetman, were selected to the All-Conference second defensive team. Carcelli and senior linebacker Bruce Harris were named honorary co-captains. 1 Don Holmes snares a pass against Capital. L A Raiders drive for the goal against Ohio Wesleyan Dave Dari' sets the offense on second down. I Y Xt .r 5 r......,,..,.....-. .,. i .. ,..,i.--.,,.444.L.-.s.e...,.,. Row 1: Dave Wolpert, Gordon Riddles, Dave Straiko, Bob Strang, Toni Robinson, Bob Davis, Lon Gaumer, George Kolarov, Dave Lasko, Glenn Hjelm, Bill McGranahan, Dick Warner, Bob Morgan. Row 2: Manager George P. Paiclas, jeff Phillips, Rik Ernst, Dave Kraft, Frank Sachire, Mickey Muflet, Bruce Harris, Dave Darr, Ed Carcelli, Bill Kimmel, Dan Waller, Don Holmes, jim Klepek, Bob Mcrlain, Tom Shaclrick, Dick Rose, Manager John Herberghs. Row Football Results UHEOIP '0 it it ,lawn A 2 it ilea iii , il,ii T0 4' B B A 29 L H Avg iifamf it g 0- "" 5 o Mount U11i011 19 1 Kenyon 6, Union 6 Wesleyan ef UHIOD 7 Yilestxninster Sgvl A l 1 A "Captain of the offense, I'd like you to meet the captain of the defense." 164 3: Student Assistant Ron Baldine, Manager Bob Gray, Bob Becker, Wil Bowdish, Bill Conley, Chuck Fenstermaker, Gary First, Nick Incarnato, George Bigham, John Weaver, Bob Butler, Bob Benson, Ron Stuckey, Bill Sharp, Trainer John Rochus, Assistant Coach Bill Dessecker. Row 4: Student Assistant Mel Reed, Assistant Coach Ed Glass, George Manovich, Jon Graham, Roger Mokros, Andy Jozefczyk, Paul Weaver, Bruce Smith, Dale Kanouse, Steve if i V- N 6 'riff ll' .- 's' :t .7 lb: W '- " , iii 'YE '-1 Bachelor, Jack Bogart, Greg Galik, Iim Little, Trainer Ken Gibbons, Head Trainer Hugh Jae, Head Couch Ken NVablc. Row 5: Rick Strong, Carson Brown, Cliff Shaffer, Tim Evans, jim Christer, Chuck Codrea, Perry Bourne, John Norbo, Dave Rippl, Ncil Youngman, Russell Holley, Brian Staflord, Tom McClain, Riclmrcl Wince. sig-imiqg Dick Rose First Team All-Conference Lakso starts a fifty-yard jaunt Frank Sachire First Team All-Conference rya rdage. Football Marching Band if 1 ' - nw". UJEiEu.1lmss Under the expert leadership of Mr. Carl H. Kandel assisted by Mr. Steven Malycke, the Mount Union College marching band presented many fine halftime shows at football games, both at home and away. Their new purple and white uniforms added to the splendor they displayed at each performance. A week before returning to school, the members reported to Camp Mus- kingum for long and diflicult hours of practice. These rehearsals served to review marching skills and to prepare adequately for the first game of the season. The marchers displayed their skills at all Mount home games, two games on the road, and were the featured group at the Barberton band show. Of the arrangements presented, most memorable were Muskrat Ramble, jazz It Mount, and a show entitled Saints in Concert. Drum Major Tom Old skillfully led the band this year, and received valuable assistance from majorettes Janet Thompson, Barbara Green, Mary Ann Goddard, Emily Steffe, Lesley Ferris, Donna Morgan, and head rnajorette Sheryl Trudicks. v . ,,,:,,,1 f-.4-..,.....-.-.. +--- - - Y----H 168 Emily Steffe, Barb Green, janet Thompson, Sheryl Trudicks, Leslie Ferris, Mary Anne God dard, Donna Morgan. 169 Basketball The Raider basketball team slumped to a 9-15 record in 1967, after com- piling the state's best won-loss record the previous season. There were some bright spots, however, as both Craig Erbland and Ron Hoyt were awarded all-Ohio Conference honorable mention honors. Craig led the team in total points, amassing 372 for a 15.5 per-game average. Ron, recognized as one of the Conference's outstanding floor leaders, led the team in assists and was second in scoring with an 11.1 average. Mike Lindamood, another valuable senior, was high among the starters in Held goal percentage, and constantly provided much-needed rebounding strength. Although this trio will be sorely missed, they were the only seniors on a varsity squad of thirteen, indicating that Raider basketball fans will be treated to a great deal of excitement in years yet to come. Head Coach Terry Parsons, Art Stehlik, Frank Centofanti, Craig Erbland, Tom Gorham, Richard Thomas, Mike Lindamood, john Rochus, Cordon VVoolbert, Ron Hoyt, Mgr. Doug Coppock, and Asst. Coach Gary Fisher. gs . xxx-is 9 170 McBride struggles to get the ball to Stehlik. Lindamood hooks a shot Thomas pops a dence. 1966-67 Results Mount Union 64 ' Westem Reserve 70 Mount Union 62 'Ohio Wesleyan COTJ 64 Mount Union 50 'Otterbein Mount Union 64 West Liberty State 13 OT! 62 f,.::,:, , Mount Union 74 i'iY W California State 83 Mount Union 84 M , 'Fredonia State - 46 .Mount Union 76 ffo'l'f?Detroit Tech 51 Miiiint Union 47 gggff'tGrove City 52 Mount Union 59 fMarietta 85 Mount Union 62 'Muskingum 77 Mount Union 68 ' 'Denison 92 Mount Union 75 'Wooster COTJ 79 Mount Union 37 Ashland 72 ,Mount Union 61 Akron 72 iilxgigunt Union 91 1 ,. John Carroll 80 Moiiintl Union 83 T551-f'Capital 80 v "U1'1i0i1 ,63 l'Hi1'3fmf' ,N 55 ?AigMO71mht 'Union 51 'iiiigifiiillllittenberg' 64 PM Mount! Union' 62 'Oberlin 54 'Mount Union 78 'Kenyon ffli- 91 Mount Union 59 W 'Baldwin-Wallace 93 Mount Union 67 'Heidelberg B5 Mount Union 79 "Wooster 57 Mount Union 65 f""Baldwin-Wallace 94 fglilhio ConfereneeQgZnges "Ohio Conference 'Ifournament '2ff2"f,f"'Holiday 'Toumguieiilt Games ,. ' ' 6l'6 6 Whit?iliforiferenee2llf95?firI6tliiiiTiYPlace 6 4 Mountll Union Holiaiiffoumamentz Ruflfiers-up Row 1: Doug Zielasko, Iere Izurett, Bruce McBride, George Barn, Mgr. Dave Huston, jeff Headman, Tim Reynolds, Philip Liambeis John Wright, John Smith, Mark Laport, and Dave Kocher. Row 2: Jack Withee, John Haupt, and Asst- Coach Gary Fisher. fag, 9 s -X . 6 0 1 1 is QQ' ip 0 1 1 Hoyt accepts the runners-up trophy in Mount's . " Holiday Tournament. 173 Hoyt is closely guarded Ron Hoyt Craig Erbland Honorable Mention, All-Conference Honorable Mention, All-Conference N 175 Cheerleaders Row 1: Sonnie Hopkins, Barb Bacon, How 2: Anne O'Connor Martha Moncrief, Patti Romig, Janet Brown, Marcy Callahan Beth Philippbar. 5 + 2 S 177 ....h ,,,,Y, ' ,, x KN "-w7,.s...,,3 Y ll - "'n ' 'i' -- - --- -- X 3 fx . it 75, Row 1: Dave Huston, Dash Lippert, Charles Delinks, Henry Mwandemere, Cary Farinacci, Dave Dowding, Don Herriott. Row 2: Vic Dilda, Tony Zurbrugg, Carl Ralston, Ted Purviance, Bruce Hixon, Noel Hess, Al Williams. Row 3: Coach Jack Yoder, Randy Holmes, Roger Clapp, Mgr. Larry Dyer, Tony Taylor, Coach and Athletic Director Jack Rafeld. an Soccer Mount Union opened the 1966 season with the first varsity soccer victory in the schoolls history, 1-0 over Wil- mington. The Raiders garnered two more victories over Heidelberg and John Carroll as they posted a 3-7 record. Goalies Randy Holmes and Tony Taylor amassed 185 saves between them as they kept the Raiders close in most of the games they dropped. Henry Mwandemere led the team in scoring with six points. Tom Miniiie scored four points and Don Herriott added three. 1966 Results , 4 C ,,s, , V ,, ,, , l --meisiaraal I , HF M-regress .- l in iwixiiswuagaerassuf 5 mfg , N52 are .Mme Y 1 - A m Hum 5 1 l 2 ll' , V ' V- , ,tg .Mower Union Magpie M0u!1tf3fg?!,Ii3ion Mqyntrfziiziion C D 1 1 T e lll- y if 1 W, fa, l - , 4 Case Techs Heidelberg? 3 Alliance, Pig ' D H. V w lxZZi2Zz:5zrf5?!4?V , 0 1 1 i it tt. r- - ,A wrwsfii, - -L my L j'g,:gH,.W. - wr: h r 3,5355-3' A -- oisiigiifi . MDlL!LEfilfUm0n 0 eeAee'l 4M700Sf6?IM ll Mount Union Mountl Union Iiihn Cafrdllfl C Slippery Roek Heidelberg 2 T8 1 3 i ,.. Wu. gk if I' ,Q - it ir' Row 1: Cary Gaumer, Ed Chamberlain, Rick Sampson, Paul Worstell, Steve Wheeler. Row 2: Don Menz, Cary Chizmar, Vince Amato, Bob Spencer. Row 3: Head Coach Ed Glass, Dick Wince, John Norbo, Keith Hickman, Bob Wakeham, jim Edmonds, Bill Sharp. -. t l - .aQi. C P 1 bbabaiabob Wrestling C Mount's wrestlers, paced by freshmen lettermen Dick dd l Wince and Cary Gaumer and third-year letterman Ed Cham- berlain, compiled a 2-7 record for the 1967 campaign. Wince and Caumer scored 24 and 21 team points respec- 1 tively while Chamberlain tallied 19 and took fourth place M in the 123 pound division in the conference meet. Fresh- A I man John Norbo Hnished third in the 191 division. 5:15 -.:r- ff. : l 55151. 'V vm l l it 1 1967 Results . ,- - . . 1.1-.gf-Z --:pi-, 2 .ale .- - . , X .,L-wiv, :aiu ,K .. 1 . .. .a.g,,a? as my? i " I' ' ' ' - E- i.'.'1' - , ' 'ff 1.2:'f'?2E-'QgN.-Q1f'E'-ZWW' Emi? ' - i ,,M9Qng:'Ui11i9n1f1'lQ 11. Q '-"t . 1 A 2 q 1 ' A F5 .- -- 1 g Shiv llcfmffifeiiger 113 7120111155 Qi 1121212401 ' e 1 ' Ed Chambrelain, 1967 wrestling captain. A V f Yi Y Az- 3' '- 179 The 1966 track team posted a 13-1 record in indoor and Track . ., is .i E l Row 1: Mgr. Roger Roberts, Rick Painting, Larry Graves, Larry Keister, Bob Siefers, jim Lusk, Iohn Rhodes, Buddy Bauer, Tim Filkill. Row 2: Ion Strubbe, Bob Sargent, Doug Ford, Bob Strang, Tim Evans, Dave Czegan, Milt Gess, Ron Weaver. Row 3: Vaughn outdoor meets, as its only loss came in the dual meet with Baldwin-Wallace. The Raiders captured first place in the NCAA Mid-East regional competition and ninth in the nation among small colleges. Mount's two super-stars, Nate Hawthorne and Iim Fox ended their careers on a fine note as both, along with Bob Sargent and Larry Kiester, were members of the mile relay team which took second place in the national championships. Nate's 47.7 was good enough for third in the 440, while Iim's 1:50.5 in the 880 was fifth best. Throughout their four years on the cinders, Nate and Jim combined to gain an amazing 145 first-places finishes. Davis, Bill Murray, Gary Fisher, Len Slack, jim Chester, Noel Hess, George Kolarov, Doug Huth, Ken Drake, Neal Wamer, Jim Owen, John Peaspanen, Jim Hairston, Nate Hawthorne, Coach Jim Wuske. 1966 Track Results was :fav T533 3 23 Q f ' T Mount Uilibfli' 93 pp 7 i ,rrr , i TNT ww w! ' l ifh F itumiii "1'uiw"l. Y: "ui'Wwi"' f'+,':ixvim,!f5Av QL: m:M?i,22?,,igg5"lin :-int 1 in W 53s Slmppgglioelc is lfdll C 1l0 l", Z my e C 'i' 1 aris T 1 r r s C T9 r ' if ce 48a i :C liff Urfi eoadrs ig hioi ivibtinr in Maa,E Eag.giaaa1tiMea 1 rfl f if 'li ft ' fx L 55 : 2 V - Ei i i 3, i ii i in ri , W "'m"M H ,..., ,. 'H ,H ,, "" ,H - Y N . X W, Cf Fox, Siefers, and Keister place in Ohio Conference 880. x l i Ford and Gess rest after a muddy 3-mile race at the Ohio Conference Meet. Bauer burns at the Ohio Conference indoor meet. Jim Fox and Nate Hawthome, two of Mount Union's most outstanding runners. Y---Y V---7-1--.1 T7 "WH 45 182 42 ' i?8'I0 "BERT REUSS-0.W.U. 5 Ji"Y"'w Track Coach Jim Wuske congratulates Iim Fox for his "Out- standing Performer Awardn at the Ohio Conference Meet Nate Hawthorne wins the Ohio Conference 440 title. Baseball Row 1: Dick Pierson, John West, Jeff Phillips, Craig Erbland, Mel Rick Nasal, Dave Peterson, Tel-ay Marsh, Iim Springer, Chet Reed, Larry Cross Butch Foster, Jack Bemosk George Paidas Bojanowski, Bob Raines, Dick Sny er. Ron Lynn. Row 2: ,Coach Jack Rafeld, Rick Stradlby, Lon Caumerj The Raider baseball squad won five of its last seven games to salvage a disappointing 5-7 record in a rain- shortened 1966 season. Raider bats were virtually silent as the team compiled a meek .198 team batting average. Clutch pitching by sophomores Jack Bernosky and Jeff Phillips carried the Raiders to all five of their victories. First baseman Craig Erbland, batting .311, received honorable mention on the 1966 All-Conference team and was named to the first team District Four College Divison all-star team. - m , . I 'T wx , .Y 'si 1966 Baseball Results M ,ww .1 .g ioraia txxifx' 'Vtt ':.' 2 , ...R 1 "f' i'-o. 1' 9 a -. ,.'i arsr 1 1 , 9 f '- . . ' '.,'- lvo- f ' aa . 4. -.,. g v E ,,..,, .,.,. ,-, ., . . , Q, ,, ,. If ., .6 , 4 :Q 5 r C. 55. g Q- Nia I , a , 2z5!33C:1ggHl 13535, 14 5 v51 b2 .Ej.3s5,1 hrlii gi wtf tifkfwi 4 , if f ,' Q fi may ii 3 - - 'f' - f-- ' . 15-9 ny. if in , , aw 'f" "M' nw "avi 'K af ' N 'L ..,... 1.,.,'wsfirH4irirgL1.LV'irfL:,ag,L'L'ff M1ltfllffflQw,1:,,i:L,, 55224115 ,fTfr1i ', L. 1 Qt! 1, '. 1966 baseball seniors X 2 lm. J' l V ll , L. L n -.., -- , ,M ., V , ,,,Li5,.. ,n ... 4 .f- 'xh , Coach Rafeld gives valued advice to Dick All-Conference first baseman Craig Erbland prepares to take a swing Pierson and Jack Bernosky. 185 A , 'T Bob Harding, Ross Stonesifer, Bill Carli, Tom Flynn, Jim Schory, Dana Candusso, Coach Ken Wable. Tennis Row 1: Doug Lamb, Iohn Petre- tich, Peter Sun, Hayes Willis Row 2: Coach Thurman Riddle, Bill Christian, John Armitage, Robert Johns. Paced by second-year lettermen Bill Christian and Iohn Armitage, the tennis team won two of its six matches. the netmen anxiously awaited the 1967 season, as the team lost no one through graduation. Golf Outstanding freshman Bob Harding and three-year lettermen Tom Flynn along with Jim Schory led the Raider linksmen to a winning season. Harding compiled 2755 points in posting a 7-1-1 record. Flynn and Schory each contri- buted 19 points to the team's 5-4 mark. Cross Country Row 1: Don Shem, Bob Siefers, Larry Keister, Jim Lusk, Dave Czegan, Milt Gess, Ralph LeFever, Tim McMaster. Row 2: Manager Mike Norton, Ken Drake, Bill Murray, Paul Gibson, Neal Warner, Doug Ford, Lynn Carroll, Jeg Lonsdale, Coach Jim Wuske. Milt Gess and Doug Ford paced the 1966 cross-country team to a 6-1 season record and the Ohio Conference Championship. Mount placed 23rd in the nation in the NCAA college division meet. 187 1966 Results Mounts Uhiau Mailhfr i Mount Uniaui Mbwxfi Union: Asllland Oberlin r Ashland. i Wooster MOUHt,iUhiCH.ZVYg5 Qhio Wesleyan Moupt Union :Akron r p , Ghampigiigs ,gfilohiu iii, orrfegrence Meera organizations r.-' ,- .. .Q I, -- , .1-, . s- ' -1. 1' -" . N ' ' ' .Pwr f'.fJ . X, -Sgr' . ,.. '-ff Ig. 3 Student Senate The Student Senate has been aptly called the "Voice of the Students" at Mount Union. It is a means for communications between the students and the faculty and administration, and an opportunity for the students to govern themselves. Appointed representatives for the Greek and campus organizations plus ten repre- sentatives elected at-large comprise the foundation for the student government. The Senate promotes school spirit by sponsoring "Booster Busses" and selling booster buttons. It supports such campus traditions as Homecoming, Mardi Gras, May Day, and Illumination Night. Row 1: Julie Barrick, Barb Bacon, Dorma Camp. Row 2: Alane Takacs, Brooker, Dan Pesta, Connie Weber. Raw 5: Gary Lanzen, Dean Dianne Poomian, Neva jones, Linda Montgomery, Sue Perdue, Jane Varian, jim Fauver, Marcia Zarbaugh, Bob Davis, Pam McCloskey. Thomas, Ken Baillis. Row 3: George Paidas, Paula Swenson, Marcia Row 6: Dave Schooler, Dave Weber, jerry Lindahl, Cathie Franks, Stauffer, Carolyn Colapietro, Hayes Willis. Row 4: Ed March, Bob Dick McLaughlin. I-Iettler, Craig Shoemaker, Marcy Callahan, Pam Engler. Dianne Student Senate Officers: Pam McCloskey, re- corder: Alane Tackas, secretaryg Iim Fauver, treasurer, Dick McLaughlin, vice-president, George Paidas, president. Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council at Mount Union College is composed of twelve girls, three from each Creek women's organization, who try to promote good relations in sorority life. The council represents the national sororities of Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, and Delta Delta Delta. These Panhel representatives govern the sororities in rush and social regulations and in betterment of the sorority system on campus. This year Panhellenic Council, under the leadership of Carole Robb, again sponsored a summer tea for fresh- man girls interested in rushirng. Row 1: Sue Girt, Kathy Clark, Alane Takacs, Sonnie Hopkins, Kate Carr, Dean McMillin. Row 2: Dianne Poorman, janet Hirsch, Sheryl Trudicks, Carol Robb, Sara Ceekie, Pam Craig, Sue Dugle. Bow 1: Bob Davis, Chet Bojanowski, Dean Taylor, Larry Patrick, Glenn Haase. Row 2: john West, Jed Mewborn, Ted Dunlap, Tom Old, Bob Stinson, Ric Johnson, Dave Weber, Jim Fauver. Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council governs the four national fraternities -Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Sigma Nu -- on Mountis campus, reg- ulating rush rules and coordinating all fratemity activities. Each of the thirteen members must have a greek affilia- tion and are chosen as representatives by their respective fraternities. President Glenn Haase, with Vice-President Bob Davis, Secretary Larry Patrick, and Treasurer Chet Bojanowski, was assisted this year by advisor Mr. Terrence Taylor. Associated Women Students Row 1: Pam Creedon, publicity, Dianne Brooker, Dreamalee Div- ers, Barb Barstow, treasurer, Karen Corbette, secretary, Connie Weber, Hrst vice-president, Pam McCloskey. Row 2: Judi Mc- Cauley, Nancy Ward, president, Diane Quinn, Pat Bair, Winona Bumworth, Leigh Mainwaring, Martha Glass. Row 3: Joyce Sheffer, Cooperation among Mount's women students is the goal of Associated Women Students. AWS includes all Mount women, its governing board is composed of rep- resentatives from each women's organization, the presi- dents of the women's dormitories, and officer represen- tatives chosen each spring in a campus election. The AWS calendar included such service projects as the Freshman Orientation Brunch, such entertainment and cultural events as the travel slide program, Faculty Ap- propriation Night, and the spring fashion show. The group also planned the recognition dinner for outstand- ing achievement, the Women's Day Banquet. The Iu- dical Board is elected each year by the AWS to serve as the governing board for all women students. Judicial Board: Connie Weber, Pam McCloskey, Dreamalee Divers, Ward, Pat Bair, Barb Bacon, Dianne Brooker, Sue Porter. Nancy 192 Sue Gregg, Cheryl Wilson, Carol Washburn, Dena Everett, Susan Clark, Linda Moxley. Row 4: Karen Shook, Nancy Snyder, Carolyn Koppel, Anne O'Connor, second vice-president, Cathie Franks, Sue Norris, Kate Carr. lVlen's Residence Council Row 1: Hubie Hothem, Howard Liest, Neal Warner, Peter Sun, Ed March, jim Anderson, David Huston, Frank Sachire, Torn Les Peine. Row 2: Scott Hill, Bob Bragdon, Riel: Sampson, Cliff Young, Quinton Hoover, John Weaver, Lou Daugherty, Gary Bole, Toni Frank, Bob Alger, Carl Ralston, Kerry Ci-rretson, Doug Cliizmar, Hayes VVillis, jim Hairston, Dean Taylor, Lon Gaunier. Katsenmeyer, Glenn Hjelm. Row 3: Bob McClain, Pete Russell, The counselors of the inenis dormitories and an elected representative from each Hoor of the menis halls comprise the Men's Residence Council. This organi- zation has dedicated itself to making dormitory living conditions better and more pleasant. To this end, it has supported dorm dances and socials, provided news- papers for the dormitories, and invited professional men to speak. The council works with Blue Key in sponsoring the All Men's Banquet in the spring. The sixteen members of the Men's Iudicial Board represent all Mount men. They recommend action to be taken when an infraction of a college rule is committed by a male student. Row 1: Tom Young, Hayes Willis, Row 2: Tom Franks, Dick Pier- son. R010 3: Lou Daugherty, Tom Shadrick, Randy Padavick, Frank Sachire, Glenn Hjelm. Row 4: Neal Warner, Jim Little, Dave Schooler, Chuck Keyler. 193 Lauriger, the senior women's honorary, recognizes those women who have 0 been outstanding in leadership, scholarship, character, and service to the school. L Ten Women, with a 3.0 or higher accumulative average, are "tapped,' in the spring of their junior year. They must be recommended by the faculty and chosen by the active Lauriger members. The group strives to perpetuate schol- arship, leadership, and character since, "'Tis the torch the people follow, Whoever the bearer bef' Betty Bodley, Sheryl Trudicks, Sue Porter, Barrie Smith, Nancy Ward, Sue Dugle, Iill Henry, Connie Weber, Sue Girt. Blue Key is a national honor fraternity for outstand- ing men with potential for development into active citi- zens, community leaders, and loyal, informed alumni. Membership is limited to ten senior men selected by the preceding class. Oflicers include: Dave Darr, presidentg Rick Painting, vice-president, Bill Morris, secretaryg and Mike Lindamood, treasurer. They assist in freshman or- ientation, registration, and aid Mount Union and Dr. Bracy Whenever needed. Blue Key Glenn Haase, Bob Cotshall, Bmce Harris, Mickey Muf- fet, Bill Morris, Mike Lin- damood, Rick Painting, Dave Darr. Row 1: Sally Zuck, Kathy Anderson, Kathie Franks, Pam Engler, Ioyce Simmons, Marcy Callahan. Row 2: Neva Jones, Miss Barcley, Pam Creedon. Cwens The National Society of Cwens, formerly known as PEKS, is an organization dedicated to the purpose of fostering leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among women of the sophomore class. It recognizes those fresh- man women who have served the college and have a high grade average. Cwens are chosen on the basis of per- sonality, leadership, activities, character, and service and are tapped in the spring at the Women's Day Banquet. Giving campus tours, keeping a "rides board," sponsor- ing a usmartee partyf and serving the Kersha lectures, constitutes a few of their services to Mount. lpha Lambda Delta The Big Sis-Little Sis system, baby sitting for faculty children, and a tea for freshmen women in the top 10 per cent of their high school graduating class, are just a few of the programs sponsored by Alpha Lambda Delta. "Alpha Lamb," as it is frequently called, is a scholastic honorary and its purpose is to promote scholastic achieve- ment among freshmen women. A 3.4 accumulative aver- age or higher is required for admission into this society. Their flaming torch is a symbol of an everlasting con- tinuation of knowledge. F- Row 1: Lynette Robb, Nancy Strauch, Jean Wilson, Nancy Snyder, Barb Koch. Row 2: Linda Siegfried, Ioan Carlson, Linda Bidlack, joette Bartram, Judy McNight, Sue Foster, Karen Hudson, Debbie Brenner, Sue Cope, Peggy Patterson. Row 3: Carolyn Morey, Pam Engler, Paula Calderini, Karen McCort, Elaine Dean, Dena Everett, Carol Lloyd. SCRXPP5. FW llvmp If' kb. 'if W ,4 .A H K , ff" . . ue .impieg 3 ry F' B A x X xi - Z V ' ' - KM'-X. ff 1 - 4 fi' A .. , ' ', , Nz.-5 ' K: -'+'2'F,, W A -X -1 4 , Mg' 4 ' Y fx if F 4 6 , , Q N , 5: I x -h ' Q W. e 1 Q43 gg Z ,V w"" , I -if Wim "Our true nationality is mankind." H. C. Wells 'The world is merely a bridge on which we passover life." Q, ,,A' "A picture is worth a thousand memories." 197 6 , y., Row 1: Sue Cirt, Kay Chapman, Kris Dreifort. Row 2: Lind a Siegfried, Karen W o r k m a n, NVinona Burnworth, Jeanne Beard, Lynette Robb. Row 3: Chris Mayer, Cheryl Cross, Joyce Pease. Row 4: Sue Porter, Joanne Fox, E I l e n Donaldson, Carol Fleming, Cindy Miller, B e t t e Bodley, J o y G a s to n, Nancy Homer. Row 1: John Stadler, Charles Strecker, Jim Alexander, Randy Hall, Dave Morrow, Dick Shields, Al Herzog, Jim Chad- wick, Michael Sweeney, Bill Kaiser. R010 2: Les Peine, Mr. Stewart, Gene Schindler, Norman Summer, Jack Allen, Tony Marsh, Jerry Pim, Larry Clap- per, Jim Anderson, Jim Lang, Glen Shellhammer, Joe Judge. u Phi Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon is a national music sorority in the professional field for women who deserve recognition for their scholarship and musical achievement. Its purpose is to promote a close bond between music majors and minors, joined by a common interest. Installed at Mount Union in 1915, this sorority presents two concerts a year. Several members lead church choirs and help with other local music organizations. it H " ' 1,--ff' ' , -,,':'f?'l . i -- 1 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia honors those men excelling in the field of music. Each candidate is selected for membership according to scholarship, leader- ship, cooperation, and devotion to music. This marked the second year for Phi Mu here at Mount. Aided by president Les Peine and advisor Mr. Carl Kandel, the honorary presented a Spring recital. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia . " Orchestra The Mount Union College Orchestra is growing larger and better each year. The 1966-67 group presented five concerts, the initial one presented on November 2, in Pres- ser Hall. VVorking with the Collegiate Chorale, the orches- tra presented Handel's Messiah in the Christmas perform- ance. Mr. Kenneth I. Combs is the director of the orchestra. Janet Ringel, the concertmaster of the organization, took charge of the group when Mr. Combs was away. Concert Band Members of the Concert Band are selected each Winter from those students who share a common interest in music. Both the brass and woodwind sections try-out separately before Mr. Kandel by playing scales and sight reading. This year they performed in May Day festivities, Com- mencement concert, and Alumni Day presentation. The Concert Band is under the leadership of Mr. Carl Kandel and Mr. Steven Malycke. """"" DDUNTIINKI 4,-4' ,w. ,, Chapel Choir The Mount Union College Chapel Choir, under the direction of Professor Cecil Stewart, regularly provided music for Chapel services. They also presented a special concert in May which included parts from Randall Thompson's The Peaceable Kingdom, Gould's So You Want To Write A Fugue, and the musical Brigadoon. Chorale The one hundred voices of the Mount Union Collegiate Chorale belong to members of the faculty and community as Well as to Mount students. The Chorale generally performs twice a year. The first concert, in December, was Handel's Messiah, directed by Mr. Norman Summer. The March concert was Mozart's Requiem, accompanied by the Mount Union College Orchestra with Mr. Kenneth Combs conducting. 200 Independent Students Association The ISA acts as representative for all unaffiliated stu- dents in social and govemmental activities on campus. Activities this year included Homecoming float, Sadie Hawkins dance, class elections, Student Senate, house parties, semi-formal, doughnut sales, Alumni Banquet, and Illumination night. Donna Camp, Secretary-Treasurer, Pam Claytor, President, Larry Tobey, Vice President. Row 1: Dick Schillig, Judy SuperESky, Mrs. Zumbar, advisorg Charlotte Picha, Jim Hairston, president. Row 2: Richard Carroll, Jim Coombes, Vince Amato, Larry Tobey, Dave Augusta, Louis Andriotti. Newman Club Mount Union's chapter of Newman Club is a member of the national organization sponsored by the Roman Catholic Church. This group was formed in order that all Catholic students on campus might share fellowship and par- take in discussions and worship together. This year, Newman Club held Com- munion breakfasts after Mass and had a priest who recently returned from Viet Nam as a guest speaker. 201 Women's Recreation Association The WRA strives to develop good sportsmanship, effi- ciency in play, and high standards of conduct among women students interested in sports. This organization pro- vides recreational opportunities through intramural sorority matches in volleyball, basketball, softball, and badminton. Membership and size is limited to all women who accumu- late the needed points, earned in intramural and individual sports. Highlighting this year were the Student-Faculty Volleyball game, intercollegiate contests, and the Spring Banquet where outstanding members were honored. " " Club The "M" Club recognizes those men who have excelled in a varsity sport here at Mount Union. Requirements for membership include that each candidate maintain a 2.0 accumulative average and have earned a varsity letter. This year the "M" Club took a collection for contributions to the National Football Hall of Fame, and also sponsored a December geview for the Mount Union basketball team. Row 1: Mr. Rafeld, Tim Evans, Bob Becker, Gene Weimer, Dick Wamer, George Kolarov, Frank Sacbire, John Weaver, Dave Kraft, Jim Klepek, Don Holmes. Row 2: Ed Carcelli, Dan Waller, Rik Ernst, Mickey Mulfet, Bill Kimmel, Bob Davis, Tom Robinson, Dick Rose, Bruce Harris, president, Jeff Phillips, vice-president, Dave Darr. Row 3: Bob Sargent, Vaughn Davis, Larry Graves, Jim Huey, Ken Drake, Doug Ford, Bill Murray, Jim Lusk, Dick Brown, Dave Czegan, Jim Hairston, John Peaspanen, John Rhodes. Row 4: Bill Row 1: Peggy Wicks, Marcia Kozub, Barb Wolfram. Row 2: Carol Liebersbach, Pam Creedon, Pat Malloy, President, Sara Geekie, Secretary, Ty Lamke, Judy Williams, Kate Carr, Treasurer, Judy McCauley, Kandee Baldensperger, Bonnie Walker. Carli, Dick Pierson, Rick Stradley, George Paidas, John Herberghs, Chet Bojanowski, Bob Raines, Carl Ralston, Gary Farinacci, Gary Chizmar, Donald Menz, Steve Wheeler. Row 5: Chuck Delinks, Dave Dowding, Tom Minifie, Larry Keister, Ric Johnson, Mike Lindamood, treasurer, John West, Neal Wamer. Row 6: Bob McClain, Cliff Shaffer, Lon Gaumer, Tom Shadrick, Tom Gorham, Art Stehlik, secretary. American Chemical Society The American Chemical Society is a group of Mount Union students with an interest in chemistry. Their meet- ings include special lecturers and field trips that are de- signed both to maintain the students' interest in chemistry and to increase specific knowledge of it. Alembroic Alembroic Society is the honorary for those sophomore, junior, and senior chemistry majors who have demonstrated proficiency in their chosen field. The programs for their meetings contained dissertations given by the senior mem- bers on certain specialized areas of chemistry. Z W, . " 12- ' F Bow 1: Peter Sun, Mrs. Hollaway, advisor, Virginia Burkey, Karen McCort, Ann-Pin Lim, Judy McKnight, Karen Albert, secretary, Mark Hawkins, president. Row 2: Walt Michael, David Piero, Dr. Turnquist, Dr. Wright, Cliflf Bole, Pete Snodgrass, Don Herriott, Jim Woodruff, John Solomon, Choo Hee Song, Doug Ford, Tom Swaine. Row 1: Dr. Wright, advisor: Peter Sun, vice-presidentg J o h n Solomon, presidentg Virginia Burkey, secretaryg Mrs. Hollaway. Rvw 2: Dr. Tumquist, Cliff Bole, Tom Swaine, Choo Hee Song, Doug Ford, David Piero, Karen Albert, Karen Mc- Cort, Judy McKnight. Committee on Student Life The Committee on Student Life is an organization functioning to interpret and coordinate college policies relating specilically to those areas of activity that most affect the student body. Composed of eight faculty members and eight stu- dents appointed by Dr. Bracy, the group scheduled and supervised all campus social events for the year. It reviewed the work of other committees in this area, and assumed the final responsibility for the calendar of student activities. Mr. Webb, Elaine Dean, Mr. Crist, Kathy Franks, Pete Russell, Dr. Sales, Jim Fauver, Dick McLaughlin, George Raidas. Student Activities Council Row 1: Marcy Callahan, Rick Painting, Connie Weber, Sonnie Hopkins, Dave Allison, Becca Sbilts. Row 2: Carolyn Colapietro, Gretchen Van Almen, Miss Barclay, Sue Perdue, Tom Frank, Beryl Berger, Dick Herriott, Karen Antall, Carole Robb. The SAC supplements the social life of the campus by sponsoring student events for the Campus Center to help cure those "sick weekends." Such activities this year included bridge lessons, all campus ping pong and pool tournaments, mixers, Spring Fever Day, and a celebrity series which featured the Mitchell Trio, Ferrante and Teicher, and Brandywine Singers. The fifteen members of the coun- cil, backed by various committees, are selected for their interest and enthusiasm in planning campus activities. F-'i 2-- 204 Calliope, the literary magazine published every spring, is a means of display- ing the creative literary and artistic abilities of Mount Union students. Editor Dayne Ingraham, the editorial board of ten students, and advisors Mr. Lyle Crist and Mr. Eric Johannesen filled Calliope with outstanding examples of both verbal 0 and visual art. Through their publication, the group demonstrated the importance C of personal expression in achieving a meaningful education. Row 1: Ceorgia Lehman, Karen McCormick, Onadcl Bly, Beth Philippbar. Row 2: Linda Moxley, Kitty Moncrief, Peg D'Isiclora, Judy Jolley, Janet Brown, Betsy Durben, Suzanne Waggoner, Jennie Campbell, Sandy Girman, Paula Swenson, Tim Parr, Linda Lorenz, Tallie Vance, Joe Cochran, Bill Brownlee, Dave Goodrich. Row 3: Ty Lamke, Dayne Ingraham. Freshman H 5 I Handbook Il J i 1 ' i The Freshman Handbook is a concise listing of " information pertinent to new Mount students. Spon- i ' A sored by Student Senate, edited by Paula Root and I Marjo Swager with the help of Miss Mary Lou Bar- ' clay, the handbook describes campus regulations, or- W P ganizations, services, and traditions in addition to Q ,fl e Q providing the all-important collection of freshman 5 1' ' pictures. i 1 U 2' 3 - , ' ' "1 I --xr Q ,l r ' Margo Swager, Paula Root 205 WRM The VVRMU Voice of Mount Union is an organization open to all Mount students. Its purpose is twofold: that of providing educational and entertaining programming to the student body, and the training of staff members in areas of radio, journalism, technology, and related fields. The or- ganization is composed of approximately forty students who assist in the weekly programming of the Mount Union Radio Station. Ianuary 10, 1967 marked the first anniversary of the Mount Union radio station. Row 1: Karen Himmelmann, program chainnang Iim Lunsfor, JoAnn Iackson, John Richard Hendricks, Karen Eells, Patty Ross, Chris Gilchrest. Row 2: james Lang, station manager, Ken Simpson, engineer, Rod Kagy, Torn Barclay, Andy Komin, Paul Dluehosh, Pat Ikes, Connie Lautzenheiser, Terry Zimmerman, jim Woodruff, Gary VVoodling, Don Smith, Gary Farinacci, John Armitage. International Relations Club The major goal of the Intemational Relations Club is to promote a better understanding of international and political relations. The group, advised by Mr. George Tune, sponsors cultural lectures and informative discussions. Officers are: president, jane Thomas, vice-president, Gary Waggoner, treasurer, Sheryl Trudicksg secretary, Bill Morris, and his- torian, Linda Moxley. Gary Waggener, Jane Thomas, Mr. Tune, Bill Morris. SNEA The Student National Education Association is com- posed of students interested in pursuing a teaching career. The members are presented with a wide variety of speakers and activities which enable them to gain knowledge of the teaching profession. Leadership this year was provided by Dianne Poorman, presidentg Elaine Williams Lewis, vice- presidentg Ann Massie, secretaryg and Carolyn Rea, treasurer. vice-president. The Ohio Beta chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, the national history honorary, has completed its second year on Mount Unions, campus. Under the direction of Dr. William Por- ter, head of the Sociology department, members of this society strive to "encourage and reward the study of so- ciety and of social questions in the light of scientific truth and by the scientific methodf' Howard Liest, N a n cy Ward, Dave Darr. Pi Gamma Mu Dianne Poorman, presi- dentg Dr. Bartram, ad- visorg Ann Massiel sec- retaryg Elaine Lewis, lpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatic fra- ternity, recognizes students who have contributed exten- sively to theater productions. For admission to the group a student must have a 2.5 accumulative average, played one major role, played two minor roles, and must have worked a certain number of hours backstage. The group, advised by Dr. James Vincent, travelled to nearby col- leges and universities to observe other collegiate dra- matic performances. ount Union Players To encourage participation in theater work and to perpetuate an interest in drama are the chief purposes of the Mount Union Players. Membership in this group is automatic for those who have participated in any theater production. Performances this year included "Man and Superman," "Three Penny Opera," and "The Tempest." Dr. james Vincent is advisor and chief director for the group. Row 1: Larry Richard Cox, VVallace Poure, Betsy Durbcn. R010 2: Tom Quick, Janis NVright, Mary jane XVheeler, Forrest Bachtel, Karen Hudson, Cam Laughlin, Cecilia Homer, Pat Malloy, Deb- Row 1: Cam Laughlin, Bill Resek. Row 2: Wal- lace Poure, Larry Richard Cox, Forrest Bachtel, Larry Auippy. orah Lusky. Row 3: Larry Aiuppy, John Ferris, Bill Resek, Tom Young, Joyce Simmons, Sally Rae. gg2wf.,.yA 2+-P:.1wZgg'QJ. 3.T.T.12:-I Hi Ala fr- Z. Many hours of study and research indicated the attitude of Mount debate Row 1: Jayne Reed, Bette jones, Ed March, Connie Lautzenheiser, Sue Horsey. Row 2: Mr. Tripp, Cam Laughlin, Dave Venter, Mike White, Paul Forestal, Bruce Smith, Tom Quick, Glenn Haase, Mary Ellen Gest. team this year. Members are selected on the basis of interest in debate and a wil- lingness to work. Traveling to such schools as Akron University, Geneva College, and Iohns Hopkins University, the participants tested their forensic ability on the topic "Resolved: that the United States should substantially reduce its foreign policy commitments." Under the guidance of Mr. Robert Tripp, deserving students were initiated into Pi Kappa Delta, the national forensic honorary. The initiates were selected on the basis of their devotion to the values of debate and their achievement in the Held. This year the group experienced tl rebuilding program in which there was an increase in membership and a greater dedication to "the art of persuasion- beautiful and just." 209 Pi Kappa Delta Row 1: Marilyn H o s k e n, Jayne Reed, Bette Jones. Row 2: Dr. Bader, Ed M arch, Glenn Haase, Mr. Tripp. V Dynamo Association: Kathy Roth, Mike Lindamood, Ed March, Sue Dugle, presidentg Carole Robb, Iim Liotta. 431511: rw ,, WEE I 1 .Hi43"4 5 l Row 1: Judy Kertis, Sue Lang, jane Lamphier, Carole Robb, Carolyn Bott, Kathy Roth. Row 2: Mr. Krahling, advisorg Jim Liotta, Bill Larzelere, Sallyann Everson, Dave Goodrich, Lane Hollingsworth, Debbie Fish, jim Springer, Ed March. 210 Dynamo Revitalized student interest and improved literary quality were instrumental in the success of this year's Dynamo. Under the editorship of Carole Robb, the weekly newspaper made great strides toward more comprehensive coverage of campus events, and succeeded in providing its readers with interesting features, stories, challenging ideas, and entertain- ing columns. Mr. William Krahling served as advisor for the staff. The Dynamo Association has the task of governing the purpose, content, and publication of the Dynamo. Members are chosen on the basis of demonstrated interest and proven ability in the journalistic field. Carole Robb, lst and 2nd term editor. Iim Springer, sports editor, Barb Koch, lst term associate editor, Judy Kertis and Kathy Roth, 2nd term associate editors. 211 . --Qa- H13 - Unonian The 1967 Unonian is the product of many hours of planning and labor performed by a great number of dedi- cated hands. It is the hope of the editorial staff that all who read the yearbook will be satisfied that it captured some salient feature or some significant event of the past school year. We would like to thank all those who have contributed their efforts to the monumental task of pre- senting to you the 1967 Unonian. we-gl Q :je Hugh Nile, Photographer Gary Savage, Business Manager l ':1iQff?7l,'ff ' V - " -7 ., at If '95 ., ,s 5554? Ed March, Associate Editor Pam McCloskey, Associate Editor Sue Dugle, Editor 212 Row 1: Barb Wainwright, Darlene Anthony, Iudy Jolley, Mariane Bruning, Marcia Kozub, jane Fursey. Row 2: Carol Shattuck, Judy Jones, Linda Garside, Judi McCauley, Julie Barrick, Nancy Strauch. Row 3: Rik Ernst, jim House, Iim Springer, Dan Lukich. N.. 3 .1 nk Au.,-4' W'-7' -,-....c i Q ' U 2. W, ,,.,,-ff ...-f-- N-N . vi ' .1 +R . . c 1 P ,.:'1xg: X li Row 1: George Paidas, Paula Calderini, Sue Horsey, Linda Webb, Lynn Powell, Sara Geekie. Row 2: Pat Stanislaw, Nancy Stratton, Sally Cost, Peg Smyth, Elaine Carlisle, Jo Ann jackson, Nancy Osbome, Beryl Berger. l 213 advertising uq :rn l. Z xx RMB I nm 'D I I I g 'J .3 D-I ...- V Qian. 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BACHTEL, FORREST DAXVSON- Middleport, Ohio. Speech, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha Psi Omega, Mount Union Players. BACKUS, JOANNE ELIZABETH -Poland, Ohio. Elementary Edu- cation, B.A. BAIR, PATRICIA LOUISE-Columbus, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, Chorale, AWS Judicial Board, Homecoming Court. BAKER, DOROTHY DEAN-Saddle Brook, New Jersey. Spanish, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, Scholarship Chairman, Alpha Lambda Delta, May Day Court. BALDENSPERGER, KANDEE SUE-NVarren, Pennsylvania. Com- prehensive History, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, vice president, pledge trainer, chaplain, WRA Board, SNEA, Dorm Counselor, AWS Board, IRC. BANDY, SANDRA MARIA-Salem, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. BARTRAM, BART-Alliance, Ohio. Physics and Mathematics, B.S. Lab Assistant, Oak Ridge Radioisotope Traveling Lab. BASHLINE, BETSY SUE - Grove City, Pennsylvania. English, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, May Court, Homecoming Court. BATEY, SUSAN K.-East Liverpool, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, chaplain, May Day Court. BEALL, KATHY E.-Ardley, New York. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, 3rd vice president. BEAR, JAMES VVILLIAM-Ashland, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, rush chairman, house manager, IFC: Basketball. BECHDEL, JEAN ANN - Beaver, Pennsylvania. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, chaplain. BEEGI-ILEY, NANCY WVARD - Cleveland, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, pledge trainer, vice president, Pi Gamma Mu, AXVS, Presi- dent, Student Senate, Theater Five, Vice President of Freshman, Sophomore and Junior class, PEKS, Lauriger. n BEENY, BRENDA J. - Richwood, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Lamb- da Delta. BERGER, BERYL ANN - Canton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA, Campus Center Assistant, AVVS, Debate, Unonian, Mount Union Players, Head Resident, SAC. BIGGS, VIRGINIA MEREDITH-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ele- mentary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA. BLY, ONADELL JEAN-Aurora, Ohio. English, B.A. Calliope, Mount Union Players, Dynamo, Library Assistant, Counselor. BODLE-Y, BETTE LOU-Ann Arbor, Michigan. Voice, Organ, and Harp, B.M.E. Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman, Mu Phi Epsilon, Lauriger, Choir, Mount Union Players, Alpha Psi Omega. BOLE, CLIFTON EUGENE - Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania. Chem- istry, B.S. Alembroic, American Chemical Society. BOLITHO, YVONNE LOUISE - Canton, Ohio. Psychology, B.A. IRC. BOTT, CAROLYN LOUISE-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Sociology, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, Homecoming Court. BOUYER, JOHN ROBERT- Alliance, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Delta Upsilon CXV. R. U.J, Soccer. BROWN, GLENN ALLEN-Alliance, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. BROWVN, JAMES MCCRACKEN-Scarsdale, New York. Geology, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, MSM, OMSM, Chorale, SNEA. BROWN, JANET MARIA-NVaverly, Ohio. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, Head Cheerleader, Calliope, recording secretary, May Day Court. BROWNLEE, WILLIAM A. -Westfield, Massachusetts. Psychology, B.A. BRUESKI, BRENDA C. - Alliance, Ohio. French, B.A. BUCK, DIANNE POORMAN - Canton, Ohio. English and Spanish, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, rush chairman, president, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Unonian, SAC, Student Senate, Chorale, ANVS, Lauriger, SNEA, president. BURKEY, VIRGINIA L.-VVindham, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Lambda Delta, president, WRA, Alembroic, secretary-treasurer, American Chemical Society, secretary-treasurer. BUTERBAUGH, JOSEPH A. - Oil City, Pennsylvania. Biology, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega. CABASSA, HEATHER DELTA-Minerva, Ohio. Elementary Edu- cation, B.A. CALHOUN, STEPHAN THOMAS-Canton, Ohio. German, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau. CARGELLI, D. EDWARD - Struthers, Ohio. Business Administra- tion, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, M Club, Football. CAREY, KAY KAREN - Rittman, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Chorale, ANVS, Mount Union Players, SAC. CARNEY, CRAIG ALLEN - Cleveland, Ohio. Physics, B.S. CARR, KATI-IARINE ANN-Lakewood, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, president, AXVS, Student Senate, NVRA, treasurer, SNEA, Panhellenic Council, Homecoming Court, Secretary of Junior and Senior class. CAMBERLAIN, R. EDVVIN- Alliance, Ohio. Psychology, B.A. NVrestling. CLAPP, ROGER- Berlin, Connecticut. Business Administration, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Soccer, XVrestling, M Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Student Senate. CLAPPER, LARRY ARTHUR-Paris, Ohio. Music, B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Band, Chorale. CLARKSON, NVILLIAM H. - Warren, Ohio. Art, B.A. Dynamo. COCHRAN, JOSEPH CARL-Fort Yates, North Dakota. Art, B.A. COCO, CARMEN HOILES - Alliance, Ohio. Psychology, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, house manager, marshall, Unonian. CONRAD, DAVID KEITH-Newcomberstown, Ohio. French, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, song leader. COX, LARRY RICHARD-Avon Lake, Ohio. History, B.A. Alpha Psi Omega, Mount Union Players, MSM, president. CRAIG, PAMELA CALHOUN-XVarren, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, rush chairman, SNEA, WRA, Panhellenic Council. CRANE, SALLY ANNE-XVindham, Ohio. History, B.A. Resident Assistant, SN EA, Phi Gamma Mu. CROSS, RICHARD KENNETH- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Business, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, social chairman. CULVER, DAVID JAMES - Norwalk, Ohio. Business Administration, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Track. CURTIIS, NANCY ELIZABETH-Warren, Ohio. Elementary Edu- cation, B.A. Alpha Gamma Delta CMariettaJ, SNEA. DANIELL, REGINA A. - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Elementary Edu- cation, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi. DARR, DAVID ROLAND - North Canton, Ohio. Business, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Blue Key, president, Phi Gamma Mu, president, Campus Center Assistant, Football, Baseball. DAY, JOHN ALLEN-Barborton, Ohio. Business, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau. DeHOFF, ROBERT JAMES-North Canton, Ohio. Business, B.A. Sigma Nu, rush chairman. DENNY, DAVID FRANK-Damascus, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. DENNY, JODINE S. - Beloit, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. DILDA, VICTOR FRANK - Chardon, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Sigma Nu. D'ISODORO, PEGGY JOYCE-Cleveland, Ohio. Philosophy and English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, Dynamo, Marching Band, XVRA, Intercollegiate Volleyball, Calliope, art editor. DIXON, ROGER WVELLSBY- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Psychology, B.A. Radio WRMU, Canterbury Club. DONALDSON, ELLEN L.-Minerva, Ohio. Piano, Organ, B.M.E. Alpha Delta Pi, Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, PEKS, Choir, Chapel Choir Organist, Mount Union Players Pianist. DREW, KAREN R. - Gallipolis, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Lambda Delta, vice president, Intercollegiate Basketball, Chorale. DUBOIS, LINDA MAE-Bellevue, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, corresponding secretary, SNEA, Unonian. DUCLE, SUSAN E.-Lorain, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, president, Unonian, editor, Dynamo Association, president, Lauriger, Student Senate, SNEA, Panhellcnic Council. DUNLAP, TED' D.-Canton, Ohio. Philosophy, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega. ' EDDLEBLUTE, NANCY JO-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. EGGLESTON, GEORGE WAYNE-Akron, Ohio. Business, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, treasurer, house manager. EPPS, WILLIAM BURTON-Massillon, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Alpha Tau Omega. ERBLAND, CRAIG A. - Canton, Ohio. History, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Baseball, Basketball. ' EVANS, SUE F. - Canton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, recording secretary. FRASE, CATHY L. - Medina, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. Choir, Band, Orchestra, Dorm Counselor. FREAS, WILLIAM - Bethesda, Maryland. Chemistry, B.S. Sigma Nu, Marshall, Mount Union Players, American Chemical Society, Soccer, Wrestling. FREDERICK, LINDA ANN - Alliance, Ohio. Spanish, B.A. FRENCH, GARA.ELAINE-Barberton, Ohio. English, B.A. Band, Chapel Choir, Chorale, Choir, SNEA, Counselor. FRISK, KATHLEEN POWERS-Meadville, Pennsylvania. Elemen- tary Education, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, secretary, SNEA, AWS, Unonian, Dorm president. GABOR, JUDY ANN-Lorain, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Dynamo, SNEA. GALIETI, F. JOYCE - Caniield, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. GARNES, HERBERT SPENCER III - Alliance, Ohio. Religion, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Choir. GEEKIE, SARA ANN-Parma, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, rush chairman, Unonian, WRA. secretary, Panhellenic Council. GILL, CHARLES ROBERT-Alliance, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Sig- ma Nu, Chaplain, house manager, Choir. GIRT, SUSAN - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Music, B.M.E. Alpha Del- ta Pi, secretary, Mu Phi Epsilon, president, PEKS, Lauriger, president, Panhellenic Council, treasurer and secretary, SNEA, Resident Assist- ant, MENC, Dynamo, Choir, Chorale. GLASS, MARTHA ANN-Beloit, Ohio. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, marshall, AVVS, Student Senate, SNEA. GLENN, THOMAS CURTIS - Toronto, Ohio. Mathematics, B.S. GOTSHALL, ROBERT WILLIAM - Carrollton, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Sigma Nu, president, marshall, Blue Key. GRAPENTINE, MARY WILSON-Toledo, Ohio. Elementary Edu- cation, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, jewelry representative, house manager. GRAVES, LARRY QUINTON- Columbus, Ohio. Business Adminis- tration, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, M Club, Track. GROSS, LAWRENCE WAYNE- Cleveland Heights, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, M Club, Baseball. GUY, DAVID EUGENE-East Palestine, Ohio. English, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, president, pledgemaster, Blue Key, scecretary, IFC, Dynamo. HAASE, GLENN RUSSELL-Toledo, Ohio. Political Science, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president, Blue Key, Pi Kappa Delta, Phi Gamma Mu, Upsilon Kappa Omega, Student Senate, IFC, president, Debate. HALL, MILDRED LOIS - Alliance, Ohio. Mathematics, B.S., Alpha Lambda Delta, ISA, secretary-treasurer. HAMLIN, TOM W. - Alliance, Ohio. English, B.A. Calliope. HARDXVICK, JUDI C. - Canton, Ohio. Social Studies, B.A. HARRIIS, BRUCE ROAKEN-Canton, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, rush chairman, chaplain, Phi Sigma, M Club, Blue Key, Football. HASBROUCK, DONALD ELLSWORTH JR. - Rumson, New Jersey. Economics, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega. HAWKINS, MARK DAVID-Chardon, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Student Senate, Blue Key. HEESTAND, DON LEE - Alliance, Ohio. Economics, B.A. I-IEINIGER, KAREN ELIZABETH-Williamsville, New York. Ele- mentary Education, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, WRA representative, SNEA. HENRY, JILL LINN-Minerva, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, scholarship chairman, Alpha Lambda Delta, Upsilon Kappa Omega, Lauriger, SNEA, Secretary, Unonian, Calliope, art editor, Band, Donn Counselor. I-IERRIOTT, DONALD P. -East Paltestine, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Sigma Nu, lt. commander, M Club, Soccer. HERRIOTT, RICHARD B. - East Palestine, Ohio. Biology and Politi- cal Science, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Soccer. HERRMANN, RONALD- ALAN - Cleveland, ohio. Physics, B.S. Ilihfl Kappa Tau, president, pledge master, rush chairman, IFC, Base- a . HERZOG, ALBERT A. JR. - Cleveland, Ohio. Religion, B.A. Chapel Choir, Chorale, MSM, treasurer, WRMU Radio, OSM representative. HILL, THOMAS EDWARD-Middlesex, Pennsylvania. Sociology, B.A. Basketball manager. HIMMELMANN, KAREN ANN ELIZABETH-Bernus Point, New York. Elementary Education, B.A. WRMU Radio, program director. HINDALL, PHEBE MARGUERITE-Sebring, ohio. Biology, B.S. Alpha Lambda Delta, Majorette. HOAC, MARTHA ELLEN-Poland, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, Chapel Choir. I-IOBE, RICHARD CARL-Beloit, Ohio. History, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, assistant rush chairman, American Chemical Society, Band, Brass Choir. HOLMES, DONALD DAVID- Alliance, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Track, Football. HOPKINS, SONDRA SUE-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, rush chairman, Cherleader, Student Senate, Panhellenic Council, AWS, Unonian, Campus Center Assistant. HOSKEN, MARILYN FRANCIS - Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Mathematics and Elementary Education, B.S. and B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, treasurer, recording secretary, PEKS, president, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate, Chorale, Choir. HOUSE, JAMES R. - Barrington, Rhode Island. History, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, vice president, secretary, social chairman, alrunni chairman, pledge class vice president, Band, Brass Choir, Orchestra. HOWENSTINE, CATHERINE LOYAL KARLSON-Canton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta, recording secretary, SNEA. HOYT, THOMAS RONALD-Cambridge, Ohio. History, B.A. Bas- ketball, captain, Baseball. INGRAHAM, D. DAYNE-Cleveland, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, Calliope, editor, SNEA, WRA, Dynamo, Intercollegiate Basketball and Volleyball. JACKSON, JO ANN-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. SNEA. JOHNSON, ERIC WARD-Elyria, Ohio. Business, B.A. Sigma Nu, IFC representative, Tennis. JONES, KAREN LEE - Alliance, Ohio. History, B.A. JONES, TIMOTHY M. - Shaker Heights, Ohio. English, B.A. JONES, WILLIAM ALLISON -Alliance, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Sigma Nu, Blue Key, Alembroic, Student Senate, president, American Chemical Society, Freshman Class Treasurer, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class President. JUDGE, JOSEPH H.-East Liverpool, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, treasurer, pledge trainer, Band, Choir, Brass Choir, Madrigals, Chorals, Orchestra. KEEFE, SHARON MARIE-Williamsville, New York. Accounting, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, WRA representative, May Day Queen. KEELER, NANCY E. - North Lima, Ohio. History, B.A. SNEA. KEISTER, LAWRENCE EDWARD-Paris, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Sigma Nu, Cross Country, Track. Senior Activities KELLER, BARBARA JO - Canton, Ohio. Sociology, B.A. KENNEY, DAVID MICHAEL - Fairhaven, New Jersey. Music, B.M.E. KERTIS, JUDITH E. - North Olmsted, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. KEYLER, CHARLES STEPHEN - Rumson, New Jersey. Business, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, social chairman. KLEPEK, JAMES - Vermilion, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Football. KLINE, BABETTE ADELE-Mayfield Heights, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. MSM, SNEA, Chorale, Chapel Choir. KNISNAT, GARY J. - Leetonia, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. KOCH, GERTRUDE M. - Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. KOINE, DAVID-Kiambu, Kenya. Political Science and History, B.A. IRC. KRAFT, DAVE F. - Canton, Ohio. Business, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Football. KROGH, BRUCE D.-North Plainfield, New Jersey. Philosophy, B.A. Delta Upsilon Omega, MSM. KURES, JUDITH LAUREEN - Maple Heights, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, SNEA, Unonian. LADICH, CHARLES RAYMOND - Alliance, Ohio. Business, B.A. LAMKE, CAROL TOLEMIE - Kensington, Maryland. English, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, WRA representative, Chorale, Dynamo. LANG, JAMES RICHARD - East Liverpool, Ohio. Spech and Drama, B.A. Alpha Upsilon Omega, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, WRMU Radio, Choir, Band, Theater, Student Senate. LAUGHLIN, CAMILLA SUSAN-Akron, Ohio. Speech and Drama, B.A. Alpha Upsilon Omega, Mount Union Players, Debate, SNEA MSM, WRMU Radio, Business Manager. LEIST, HOWARD ANDREW - Chagrin Falls, Ohio. History and Business, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Unonian, Pi Kappa Mu, Chapel Choir, Dorm Counselor, WRMU Radio. LEISTER, JACK SANFORD-Alliance, Ohio. History, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LEWIS, ELAINE WILLIAMS - Hubbard, Ohio. Sociology, B.A. Al- pha Delta Pi, Chapel Choir, Madrigals, SNEA, Chorale. LINDAMOOD, MICHAEL VVILLIAM - Lorain, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, president, secretary, Blue Key, Alembroic, Basketball, Dynamo, editor, IFC, Student Senate. LIOTTA, JAMES ANTHONY - Braebum, Pennsylvania. Philosophy, B.A. Sigma Nu, chaplain. LLEWELLYN, LYNN C. - East Liverpool, Ohio. English, B.A. Chapel Choir. LOUDIN, JAMES R. - Atwater, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. LOWMILLER, NANCEY .EILEEN-Minerva, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Bzmd, SNEA. MCCABE, MRS. SANDRA LOUISE-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. MCCLAIN, ROBERT G. - Massillon, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Sigma Nu, Phi Sigma, Men's Residence Council, Football, Wrestling. McCLOSKEY, PAMELA A. -Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, marshal, Unonian, assistant editor, Student Senate ,recorder, AWS Judicial Board, SNEA. MCDONALD, HAZEL ANN-Canton, Ohio. Mathematics, B.S. SNEA, VVRA, Intercollegiate Volleyball. McKEE, BONNIE A.- New Castle, Pennsylvania. Elementary Edu- cation, B.A. MACK, PATRICIA J. - Chester, West Virginia. Biology, B.S. Alpha Chi Omega, treasurer. MAGERAS, SANDRA JEAN-Canton, Ohio. History, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Gamma Mu, Unonian, SNEA. MALLOY, PATRICIA JAYNE-Independence, Ohio. Spech and Drama, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, NVRA, president, Chorale, SNEA, Unonian, Mount Union Players, Intercollegiate Volleyball, Basketball, MATHERI, RAHAB W.-Uplands, Nairobi, Kenya. History, B.A. MATSON, MERRIE LYNN - Scotch Plains, New Jersey. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, house chairman, Chapel Choir, IRC, WRA, SNEA. MAYER, CHRISTINE CLARA - Westfield, New Jersey. Voice, Music, B.M.E. Alpha Delta Pi, treasurer, Mu Phi Epsilon, president, MENC, AWS, Madrigals, Choir. MAYES, CAROL JEAN-Akron, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, Band, SNEA. MERCURIO, JOSEPH THOMAS - Tarentum, Pennsylvania. French, B.A. Sigma Nu, historian. MERRILL, ROGER - Painesville, Ohio. Business Administration, B.A. MICHAEL, WALTER GENE - Carrollton, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. American Chemical Society. MINIFIE, THOMAS RICHARDSON-New York, New York. So- ciology, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Soccer. MONROE, RHONDA FAY - Toledo, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Band. MORELAND, AMY - Cadiz, Ohio. German, B.A. SNEA. MORGAN, DONNA KAY- Steubenville, Ohio. History, B.A. Band, Dynamo, Majorette, IRC, SNEA. MORRIS, WILLIAM FICK- North Canton, Ohio. Political Science, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Blue Key, secretary, IRC, secretary, Alpha Phi Omega, president, Football, manager. MORTLOCK, SUSAN SCULL-Irwin, Pennsylvania. Spanish, B.A. Delta Delta Delta. MOSHIER, JAMES O. - Cleveland, Ohio. MUF F ET, MICHAEL GEORGE - Barberton, Ohio. English and Sociology, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Blue Key, Football, M Club, Judicial Board, Men's Residence Council, Student Senate. MULLETT, KAREN ARLENE - Alliance, Ohio. English, B.A. WRA, Intercollegiate Volleyball. NEELY, PAULA JAYNE- Smithville, Ohio. English, B.A. NEWVMAN, K. SUE JOBE -Youngstown, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. SNEA. NEWTON, GEORGE S. - Toledo, Ohio NILE, HUGH ROBERT- Wellsville, Ohio. Chemistry and Geology, B.S. Unonian, NORRIS, SUSAN ELLEN - Bolivar, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, house chairman, Sisters of Minerva, SNEA, AWS. OZIMEK, EDWARD JOSEPH - Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania. Phys- ics and Mathematics, B.S. Sigma Nu, Football. PAINTING, RICHARD WESLEY-Parma Heights, Ohio. English, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Sgt.-at-Arms, pledge master, Intramural Chair- man, Blue Key, vice president, SAC, president, treasurer. PALMER, ANN SNYDER- New Kensington, Pennsylvania. Ele- mentary Education, B.A. SNEA, SAC, AWS. PARR, TIMOTHY BRADFORD-Youngstown, Ohio. English, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Calliope, Bowman Scholar. PAUL, DONALD L. - Garrettsville, Ohio. Business, B.A. Sigma Nu, treasurer. PEINE, LESLIE ALLEN-Chardon, Ohio. Psychology, B.A. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, president, Choir. PERLMAN, RUSSELL JAY - Baldwin, New York. English, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Chaplain, house manager. PETRETICH, JOHN-Youngstown, Ohio. History, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, intramural chairman, basketball, baseball, howling, cross-country. PHILIPPBAR, BETH ATLEE - Painesville, Ohio. English, B.A. Del- ta Delta Delta, social chairman, Cheerleader, Student Senate, SNEA, Unonian, Class Oificer. PIERO, DAVID L. -Canton, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Sigma Nu, chaplain, house manager, American Chemical Society, Bowman Scholar. PIM, GERALD CURTIS JR. -Alliance, Ohio. Music Education, B.M.E. Sigma Nu, song leader, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, secretary, Band, president, MENC, treasurer, president, Orchestra, Choir. PORTER, SUE CAROL-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Music, Piano, Or- gan, B.M.E. Alpha Delta Pi, vice president, song leader, Lauriger, Mu Phi Epsilon, Choir, Chorale, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS Judicial Board. POURE, WALLACE LAWRENCE - Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Drama, B.A. Alpha Upsilon Omega, Soccer. PRICE, JUDITH MARTIN - Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Elementary Education, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, Unonian, WRA, May Day Court. RALSTON, CARL EDWARD - Carrollton, Ohio. Physics and Mathe- matics, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Dorm Counselor, Student Senate, M Club, Men's Judicial Board, Soccer. RAY, SALLY ANN -Alliance, Ohio. Spech and Drama, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta CWittenburg, OSUJ, WRMU Radio, Mount Union Players. REA, CAROLYN JANE -Pamia, Ohio. Mathematics, B.S. Chorale, SNEA, Resident Assistant, MSM. REED, MELVIN STALKER-Mentor, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, Student Senate, M Club, Baseball. RESEK, WILLIAM- Lorain, Ohio. Speech and Drama, B.A. Alpha Phi Omega, Mount Union Players, Marching Band, Concert Band, WRMU Radio. RIESTER, SUE ELLEN-Mansfield, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, May Day Court, SNEA. ROBB, CAROLE JANE-Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, vice president, Dynamo, editor, Panhellenic Council, presi- dent, SAC. ROBERTS, ROGER KENNETH - Deleware, Ohio. Political Science, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, MSM, Young Republicans, Track, manager. ROSSIO, DELANO FRANCIS - Canton, Ohio. Business, B.A. ROOT, PAULA-Salem, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Dtela, rush secretary, Junior Class Vice President, Freshman Hand- book, editor, Cheerleader, Campus Center Assistant, SNEA. ROTH, KATHY ANN- Garrettsville, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS, Dynamo, Calliope, Dynamo Association, Secretary. RUPERT, MARK ZAHNISER-Farroll, Pennsylvania. Accounting, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RUSSELL, PETER A.-Wellsville, Ohio. Philosophy, B.A. Bowman Scholar, Men's Residence Council. SACHIRE, FRANK WILLIAM - Youngstown, Ohio. Psychology, B.A. Sigma Nu, Dorm Counselor, Men's Judicial Board, Football, Men's Residence Council, Junior and Senior Class Treasurer. SAMPSON, MRS. SALLY ANN-Alliance, Ohio. French and Eng- lish, B.A. Chapel Choir, Choir. SARGENT, ROBERTS A. L.-Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Social Studies, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, Track, Brass Choir. SAVAGE, CARY R.-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Unonian, Dynamo. SAVAGE, LINDA J. KUNZE - Alliance, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega, corresponding secretary. SCHEFFT, DAVID WV. - Cleveland, Ohio. Business Administration, B.A. Phi Kappa Tau, sgt.-at-arms. SCHERMESSER, JAMES LEE - Alliance, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Trac . SCHILLIG, RICHARD J.-Alliance, Ohio. Political Science, B.A. Newman Club, president, treasurer. SCHMITT, TOM ALLEN-Canton, Ohio. Biology and Chemistry, B.S. Alpha Upsilon Omega, pledge president, treasurer, Mount Union Players, Music. SCOTT, JENNIFER M. - Toledo, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Delta Pi, chaplain, special parties, ANVS, Student Senate, Chapel Choir, Choral, Unonian, Dorm President. SHAHEEN, JAMES FERRIS-Canton, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Band. SHELLHAMMEILGLENN LOUIS - Clydo, Ohio. English, B.A. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Choir, Madrigals, WRMU Radio, Chorale, Cha- pel Choir, Director of Fine Arts. SHEM, DONITA KAY- Alliance, Ohio. English, B.A. SNEA Tutoring. SHERER, RICHARD CHARLES JR. - Alliance, Ohio. Business, B.A. SHOEMAKER, CRAIG - Conneaut, Ohio Economics, B.A. Sigma Nu. SEIFERS, ROBERT GEORGE-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Business, B.A. Sigma Nu, assistant treasurer, assistant intramurals director, Track fSmall College All-Americanl, Cross-Country. SMEAD, SHIRLEY RUTH-Youngstown, Ohio. English, Speech, and Drama, B.A. Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Upsilon Omega, Mount Union Players. SMITH, BARRIE XVUICKET- East Liverpool, Ohio. Art, B.A. AYVS, Lauriger, Panhellenic Ambassador. SMITH, BRUCE P. -Jeannette, Pennsylvania. Sociology, B.A. MSM, Special Projects Director, Art Editor. SMITH, GRAHAM-Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania. History, B.A. Dorm president and vice president, Ilntramurals. SMOKE, ROGER LEE-Alliance, Ohio. Biology, B.S. Phi Sigma. SOLOMON, JOHN STEVEN-Bay Village, Ohio. Chemistry, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, treasurer, intramurals chairman, Alembroic. SONG, CHOO HEE-Seoul, Korea. Chemistry, B.S. Alembroic STEWART, DAVID W.-Kensington, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Alpha Phi Omega. STEWART, STANLEY JAMES-Alliance, Ohio. Economics, B.A. Choir, Orchestra, Mount Union Players. STONER, JAMES RAY - Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Psychology, B.A. STONESIFER, CHARLES ROSS -Alliance, Ohio, Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Golf, Football photographer. STROIA, DIANNE E.-North Canton, Ohio. English, B.A. Alpha Chi Omega. SULLIVAN, ROBERT-Alliance, Ohio. English, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, NVrestling. SUN, PETER-Rangoon, Bunna. Chemistry, B.S. Head Resident, Tennis, Menis Residence Council, Secretary, Alembroic, Vice presi- dent, American Chemical Society. SWAGER, MARGERY J. - Austintown, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, house manager, SNEA. SWAINE, THOMAS EDWIN- Mentor, Ohio. Chemistary, B.S. Chapel Choir, Choir, Alembroic. SVVEENEY, MICHAEL RICHARD-Columbiana, Ohio. Music, B.M.E. Alpha Sigma Phi. TAN, EDWIN C.S.-Phuket, Thailand. Biology, B.S. Phi Kappa Delta, Phi Sigma, Choir, Chorale, Orchestra, Debate. THOMAS, JANE ELLEN - Warren, Ohio. History, B.A. IRC, SNEA, AVVS, Student Senate, Cho1'ale, Canterbury Club. TRELOAR, DANIEL HOXVARD III-New Castle, Pennsylvania. Economics and Mathematics, B.S. TRUDICKS, SHERYL LYNN-Irondale, Ohio. Philosophy, B.A. Delta Delta Delta, executive vice president, president, PEKS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Lauriger, IRC, AWS, Head Majorette, May Day Court, Homecomming Queen. URBAN, DAVID L.-Chardon, Ohio. Business, B.A. Intramural Board and Sports. VAN ALMEN, GRETCHEN- Canton, Ohio. Political Science, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, secret office, corresponding secretary, WRA, vice president, SAC. VAN VOORHIS, KAREN LYNNE-Canton, Ohio. Spanish, B.A. SNEA, Dorm Counselor, Bowman Scholar, Badmitton Intramurals. BVAGNER, SUSAN LOUISE-North Canton, Ohio. Mathematics, .S. VVALBORN, BRUCE-Alliance, Ohio. Business, B.A. NVALLER, DANIEL-Bloomingdale, Ohio. Psychology, B.A. Alpha Tau Omega, social chairman, intramurals director, Football, Baseball. WATQKINS, JOHN-Avon, Ohio. Business, B.A. Basketball, Intra- Inllfil S. XVEBER, CONSTANCE LEE-Alliance, Ohio. Elementary Educa- tion, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, assistant treasurer, treasurer, pledge trainer, PEKS, Lauriger, AWVS, SAC. XVELLS, KAY ELAINE-Gowanda, New York. Sociology, B.A. Chapel Choir, Chorale. WILLIAMS, DENNIS-Alliance, Ohio. Business Administration, B.A. Sigma Nu, Football, Slater Headwaiter. VVILLIS, BETTY JEAN-Hartville, Ohio. Music-Organ, B.M. WISE, CAROLYN AMELIA-North Canton, Ohio. Elementary Education, B.A. Alpha Xi Delta, chaplin, Junior Panhellenic Council, SNEA. WOLFF, EDVVARD MERVIN-Allioooo, Ohio. Biology, B.S. VVOOD, STEPHEN SINCLAIR-Alliance, Ohio. Mathematics, B.S. WOOLF, DAVID WVILSON-Salem, Ohio. Art, B.A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, homecoming chairman, chronicler. YODER, JOHN F.-Alliance, Ohio. Biology, B.S. YOUNG, THOMAS VVILLIAM-Ogden Dunnes, Indiana. English, B.A. Kappa Sigma, Calliope, Mount Union Players, Soccer, Men's Residence Council, Men's Judicial Board, Debate. ZUMBRUNNEN, MRS. MARCIE RUTH-Sebring, Ohio. Music- Organ, B.M.E. One of the Area's Fastest Growing Dairies VII MILK? 'ua , V,.. 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ALLIANCE, OHIO SUBSIDIARY OF CO NSOLIDATED ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CORP. and olluf mourn muon snunnf - Alumni, nmuusoz WHEN You NEED PRINTING . . . can 821-2345 MOUNT UNION SQUARE ALLIANCE, OHIO Compliments of PERSKEY'S SUPERMARKET so E. stare street 137 s. Arch Avenue MOUNT UNION BARBER SHOP fNext to Mount Union Post Oflicej NICK BARTI-I - PAUL MILLER JOE ERCHICK Men - VVo1nen - Children HAIR CUTTING For Appointment Phone 821-7466 fAppointment not necessaryl 1191 South Union Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 ,- ...cgi fffsfm-ww rm, s 'HDV ro wen. 4LL Mncl, Omo. 222 DAD'S ASSOCIATION Mount Union College W'e extend our congratulations to the graduating class of 1967- and pledge our continuing interest, support, and co-operation to the college and its students OFFICERS President First Vice President William A. Morris Carl E. Anderson Second Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Seward D. Schooler Ronald C. Weber EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Senior Dads Glenn F. DeH0ff Iohn Gabor Elbridge Moxley Norman M. Parr Junior Dads Charles H. Iudd Robert C. Old Richard W. Swager Sophomore Dads Stoyan Daskalov Ioseph Erich D. S. Romig Bruce VVhittemore Freshman Dads William S. Banfield joseph K. Home William M. LeSuer Donald B. Moncrief 223 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 TRANSUE AND WILLIAMS STEEL FORGING DIVISION OF STANDARD ALLIANCE INDUSTRIES, INC. 224 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 JZ 225 GREEK CONTRIBUTORS SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA NU ALPHA CHI OMEGA ALPHA DELTA PI ALPHA XI DELTA DELTA DELTA DELTA Phone: TA 3-7197 HOUSE OF COIFFURE 235 East State Street Alliance, Ohio 3? Simplicity and Quality I Go Hand in Hand Congratulations To The Compliments of Class of 1967 BARNES PROVISION THE EYNON - GUTHRIE CO. Real Estate and Insurance Nina Schwartz Dick Bodo 45 East Main St, Alliance, Ohl 226 Mount Union Laundromet 259 East State Complete Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service MOUNT UNION COIN-0-MAT 2334 South Union Congratulations Self Service Class of Owned and Operated by 1967 George and Ethel Fronk RILEY CONSTRUCTION TURNER DRUG STORES Your Good Neighbor Stores COMPANY ' RELIABLgo PRESCRIPTTSRS 435 E. MAIN - UNION 61 STATE ALLIANCE, OHIO Compliments of SOEHNLEN PIPING CO. Louisville, Ohio 227 .il I 1 ,.lIl" l fjeaui - 745 N fl , f A I ' QW ii From Slacks and Sweaters . . . To Dinner jackets and Cocktail Dresses MANHATTEN CLEANERS Meets All The Cleaning Needs Of College Students and Faculty 1920 S. Union Ave. Alliance, Ohio Compliments of FLOWERLAND Compliments of R. D. WILLIAMS OFFICE Pickup and Delivery Qdorms, fraternity, and sorority housesj 823-4225 Furniture Carpeting Interior Decorating offering the utmost in quality and style the the store with the friendly atmosphere furniture co. Open Daily 9 to 9-Saturday 9 to 5 960 W. State St. Phone Alliance, Ohio Alliance 823-6211 Canton 456-2884 228 Compliments of STEVE'S BEVERAGE AND DAIRY PARTY SNACKS 313 E. State Compliments of BURGER CHEF DRIVE INN HOME OF THE WORLITS BEST 151 HAMBURGERS Congratulations to the Class of 1967 QZZQZZQ SUPER CENTER, INC. 1840 S. Union Avenue Complete One Stop Discount Shopping Alliance Salem - Massillon Wooster A Warren I QM tori N 1 cofmllll VROYYSS l b RESS -YPHOTO OFFSET REVIEW Publishing Company Printers for the College Since 1889 Phone 821-1200 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 PISANELLO'S RESTAURANT 81 PIZZA Union Ave 832-7271 KLEIN AND RODERICK MEN'S CLOTHING Compliments of THE J. T. WEYBRECHT'S Compliments a l l .. .,.,,,:: of 4'1 " ' I '- . Y- ALLIANCE llx GJ O SONS COMPANY BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY 1010 E. Broadway Phone 8:21-3840 Over 100 Years of Service and Progress Corner Auld and Webb St. Coal, Builders' Supplies, Transit Mixed Concrete BAND - ORCH 526 E. Main St. Alliance, Ohio Phone 821-7132 For Everything Musical Compliments of UNITED CO-OPERATIVES, INC 111 Glamorgan THE ALLIANCE DROP FORGING CO. This Trade-Mark is Standard of High Quality Carbon - Alloy and Stainless Steel Forgings Compliments of SARCHIONE 81 SONS, INC. Compliments of INDUSTRIAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 513 EAST MAIN ALLIANCE, OHIO Compliments of VARSITY ISLE Alliance, Ohio Congratulations to the F ERT U N IQ N Class of 1967 POLI NORI'S SPAGHETTI AND STEAK HOUSE 1441 S. Liberty 821-2680 GLASS CO. Plate and Window Glass Mirror, Safety Glass 30 South Union Phone 823-0450 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 SC HWARTZ'S Congratulations to the Class of 1967 PLAJ ER AND CROSS MADSEN'S LINER Clothing Style with You in Mind A nautical, but nice place to sit and sip. College Plaza Compliments of MORGAN ENGINEERING COMPANY Compliments of McGEE'S HOTEL "your home away from home" CONTRIBUTORS AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRIES LO-DANO'S SHOE SHOP TOWN 8. TRAVEL SHOP JARMON PRINTING CO. GARY'S COLONIAL RESTAURANT MEADOWBROOK DELI-KA-TES'EN BRANDON'S MEN'S SHOPS Compliments of L B J Compliments of MODERN ELECTRIC 445 W. Columbia Alliance, Ohio Compliments of BUCKEYE AMUSEMENT COMPANY 232 nb .1 !., , - QQ i-Q.',fZ2b"' h ' 1" . f'X. ...- t , 'V 14 " , X, ig-f .1b h X , Acknowledgements The Consolidated Graphic Arts Corporation Mr. Eric Iohannesen, advisor Mr. Hugh Nile, photographer Perry DeStevens Studio Dimit Brothers Studio Barrie Smith and Anne Smith, artists 1967 Unonicm Staff 233 Index Achamoo dy, Roy 152 Adams, Bradley R. 66, 152 Admonius, Albert L. Aiuppy, Laurance B. 66, 208 Albert, Donna J. 80 Albert, Karen J. 40, 203 Albrecht, Albright, Nancie L. 66, 143 Reba B. Albu, James W. Alexander, James C. 80, 198 Al er, Ro bert L. 40, 193 Alan, John L. 66, 198 Allison, David R. 54, 204 Allison, Fred E. 40 Amato, Vincent J. 80, 152, 171, 201 Amert, John E. 80 Anderson, Charles R. 80 Anderson, James J. 66, 193, 198 Anderson, Jennifer J. Anderson, Kathryn E. 66, 148, 195 Anderson, Ward M. 54, 152 Andrews, Mary K. 66 Andriotti, Louis J., Jr. 80, 152, 201 Antall, Karen M. 54, 204 Anthony, Darlene R. 40, 213 Arbanas, Rose Marie C. 54, 132, 143 Archer, Diane E. 80, 148 Archer, S hirley L. 55, 147 Armitage, John H. 54, 186, 206 Aroyan, Hovhannes 80 Aritino, Robert V. 80 Ashbaugh, Frank E. 54 Ashbaugh, Patrick H. 66 Ashbridge, Gilbert R. 1 Ashcom, lNancy J. 54 Ashelman, James G. 66, 156 Audrain, Nancy J. 54 Augusta, David A. 54, 201 Austin, John S. 155 Bachelor, Steve R. 80, 164 Bachtel, Forrest D. 40, 152, 208 Backus, Joanne E. 40 Bacon, Barbara A. 54, 176, 190, 192 Badia, Elia L. 80 Baillis, Kenneth J. 54, 190 Bair, Patricia L. 40, 107, 192 Baker, Dorothy D. 40 Baker, John T. 80 Baker, Kathryn L. 66, 144 Bladensperger, Kandee S. 41, 144, 202 Baldwin, Roger L. Bandy, Sandra M. Baniield, Barbara J. 80, 144 Baran, George M. 80, 171 Barclay, Joan R. 54 Barclay, Mary Lou Barclay, Tom N. 80, 206 Barrick, John M. Barrick, Julianne 55, 143, 190, 213 Barrick, Linda J. 66 Barry, Denis E. 80 Barstow, Barbara M. 55, 192 Bartram, Bart XV. 40 Bartram, Joette G. 66, 143, 195 Bartram, Judith L. 80, 143 Bashline, Betsy S. 41, 107 Bates, Charles R. 155 Bates, Re becca S. 80 Batey, Susan K. 41 Bauer, Carl R. 66, 156, 180, 182 Beach, Rockey L. 80 Beall, Kathy E. 41, 143 Bear, James W. 41, 148 Beard, Jeanne L. 55, 198 Bechdel, Jean A. 41 Becker, Robert L. 55, 164, 202 Beckstrom, Lynn L. 81 Beeghly, Nancy Ward 41, 192, 194, 20 Beeney, Brenda J. 41 Beery, Dennis C. 7 Behrendt, Cynthia M. 81 Bender, Lee A. 66 Bcnko, Terry J. 55 Bennett, Robert E. 81, 156 Benson, Robert L. 55, 164 Berger, Beryl A. 41, 144, 204, 213 Bernosky, Jack A. 55, 184, 185 Berry, Walter A. 81 Bethel, Julie M. 55, 144 Bidlack, Linda M. 66, 195 Biggs, Virginia M. 41 Bigham, George F., Jr. 81, 150, 164 Bingaman, Jacqueline A. 81, 148 Blank, David M. 81 Blood, David L. 67 Bly, Onadell J. 41, 205 Bodley, Bette L. 41, 194, 198 Bogart, Jack B. 81, 164 Bogdon, George E. 67 Boggs, Bonnie S. 55 Bojanowski, Chester J. 55, 150, 184, 191, 202 Bole, Clifton E. 41, 193, 203 Bolitho, Yvonne E. 41 Bonstelle, Nancy L. 55 Booth, David D. 81 Booth, Karen J. 55 Boster, Janis E. 67, 147 Bostwick, Dana T. 81 Bott, Carolyn L. 41, 107, 143, 211 Bourn, Perry E. 81, 164 Bourne, Gaye L. 81 Bovyer, John R. Bowdish, XVilmer I. 164 Bowe, James M. Boyd, R. Richard, Jr. 81 Boyer, Beth P. 67 Boyle, Margaret L. 81 Bradshaw, Arlene M. Bragdon, Robert W. 55, 152, 193 Brainard, Robert I., Jr. 81, 150 Brenner, Deborah J. 67, 143, 195 Breshnahan, WVillia1n P. 67, 152 Broadway, Carol A. 67 Brooker, Dianne M. 55, 144, 190, 192 Brown Carson D. 81, 164 Brown, Glenn A. 41 Brown, James M. 152 Brown, Janet M. 41, 117, 148, 176, 205 Brown, Janice E. Brown, Paula E. Brown Richard E. 67, 150, 202 Brown, ing, Gladys 81 Brownlee, William A. 41, 205 Brueske, Mrs. Brenda Bruning, Marianne 67, 147, 213 Bruning, Thomas J. 81 Brust, William R. 81 Buchholz, Nancy M. Buck, Dianne Poorman 41, 143, 190, 191 Buckley, Kenneth A. Buechler, Susan M. 81 Burdette, Carolyn S. 81 Burkey, Lynn J. Burkey, Virginia L. 42, 67, 203 Burnworth, Scott E. Burnworth, YVinona R. 55, 192, 198 Buschow, Brian G. 55 Buterbaugh, Joseph A. 42 Butler, Diane A. 55 Butler, Robert J. 67, 164 Butler, Tim F. 55, 152 Butler, Valerine J. 81 Byron, Sharon A. 81 Cabassa, Heather D. 42 Cailor, Lynda L. 67, 148 Calderini, Paula A. 67, 195, 213 Calhoun, Stephen T. Callahan, Mary E. 67, 147, 176, 190, 195, 204 Camp, Donna L. 67, 190, 201 234 Campbell, Jennie L. 81, 148, 205 Campbell, John J. 55 Candusso, Dana E. 186 Cannon, Patricia A. 67 Carcelli, D. Edward 42, 164, 167, 202 Carey, Kay K. 42 Carli, NVilliam J. 186, 202 Carlisle, D. Elaine 67, 213 Carlson, Joan K. 67, 195 Carney, Craig A. 42 Cams, Joanne 1. Carpenter, Diane 81 Carr, Katharine A. 40, 42, 107, 144, 191 192, 202 Carroll, Richard L. 81, 187, 201 Carter, John T. Carter, Patricia L. 55, 144 Cassidy, Donall J. 67, 152 Cassidy, Kathleen 67 Centofanti, Francis M. 68, 170 Cerio, Frank R. 68 Chadwick, James J. 56, 198 Chamberlain, R. Edwin 42, 179 Chambers, David L. 68 Chaney, Thomas E. 68 Chapman, Kay E. 56, 132, 198 Chester, James R. 68, 164, 180 Chinn, Sharon R. 81 Chizmar, Gary A. 179, 193, 202 Chrin, Marie L. Christian, Jane E. 81 Christian, VVilliam G. 186 Clapp, Roger B. 42, 155, 174 Clapper, Larry A. 42, 198 Clalk, Jack T. 81, 152 Clark, Kathy A. 56, 147, 191 Clark, Susan L. 81, 192 Clarkson, William H. 42 Claypool, Gregory A. Claytor, Pamela C. 56, 201 Cloyd, Connie 68 Coates, Elizabeth A. 68, 143 Cochran, Joseph C. 205 Coco, Mrs. Carman H. 42 Codrea, Charles D. 80, 82, 164 Colaizzi, Maria C. 82 Colapietro, Carolyn A. 68, 147, 190, 204 Colaw, Deborah J. 82, 148 Coleman, Cathy A. Coleman, John D. Colvin, Donna J. 144 Conley, William E. 164 Conrad, David K. 152 Conry, Ken R. 56, 156 Coombes, James A. 82, 155, 201 Cope, Necia R. 82 Cope, Susan G. 148, 195 Coppock, Douglas A. Corbett, Karen J. 56, 147 cost, Sally H. 144,213 Cox, Larry R. 42, 208 Craig, Jan D. 56 Craig, Pamela C. 42, 144, 191 Crane, Sally A. 42 Crawford, David R. 82 Creedon, Pamela J. 68, 144, 192, 202 Cress, Deanne C. 82 Cronick, Beverly R. 82 Crooks, Mary J. 68, 144 Cross, Richard K. 150 Crossland, Janet G. 82 Cubick, Paul R. 82 Culler, Frances A. 68 Cunningham, J. Dawson 56 Curtis, Nancy E. Cuzic, Alice G. 82 Czegan, David J. 68, 180, 187, 202 Daniel, James O., Jr. 82 Daniell, Regina A. 42 Daniels, Gerald L. 68 Darr, David R. 42, 150, 163 207 Daskalov, Stephen P. Daugherty, Gary A. 82 Daugherty, Lou E. 150, 193 Davenport, Susan Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis, Davis 7 Davis, Carol S. 68 Carolyn L. 143 Dorothy L. 82 Q Je.-fy W. 68 Lee R. 56, 156 Robert L. 164, 190, 191, 202 Vaughn B. 68, 180, 202 Day, John A. 42, 152 Dean, Elaine A. 68, 147, 195, 204 Dearing, Richard L. 82 DeBee, Darla K. 56, 143 Del-loft, Robert J. 42 Delinks, Charles E., Jr. 56, 155, 178, 202 Demsky, Emily J. 68 Denny, David F. 42 Denny, Mrs. Jodine S. Derrick, Sally J. 82 DeVeny, Martha A. 68 DeVille, David M. 82 Dickey, Robert E. 56 Dickson, Dianne L. 56 Dicoskey, R. Bruce 68, 152 Dilda, Victor F. 178 Dillow, Robert G. Dilworth, Rick G. 69 D'Isidoro, Peggy J. 43, 148, 205 Dittmer, Richard D. 82 Dixon, Roger W. 43 Divers, Dreamalee S. 56, 192 Diuehosh, Paul H. 82, 206 Doak, Arthur T. 82 Doak, Pamela J. 82 Donaldson, Ellen L. 43, 144, 198 Dorr, Brian R. 82 Dowding, David A. 178, 202 Dowdle, Cynthia E. 82 Downer, Eloise G. 82 Drake, Kenneth C. 69, 156, 180, 187, 202 Dreifort, Kristina M. 56, 198 Drew, Karen A. 43 Drummonl, Thomas W. 82 DuBois, Linda M. 43 DuBois, Lydia A. 82 Dugan, Jacqueline H. Dogle, Susan E. 48, 147, 191, 194,210,212 Dunbar, Stephen E. 69, 152 Dunlap, Ted D. 150, 191 Durben, Betsy J. 82, 205, 208 Dyer, Larry E. 82, 178 Eaton, John G. 82, 152 Eddleblute, Nancy J. Edgar, Dorothy J. 56, 144 Edgar, Judith L. 82 Edmonds, James A. 69, 179 Edwards, Rosemary C. 83 Eells, Karen S. 69, 206 Eggelston, G. Wayne 43, 152 Ehlert, Lenore J. 69 Ehret, Gabriela J. Ehrlinspiel, James E. Ekey, Susan K. 83, 143 Eldridge, Claudia L. 83 Eley, Linda F. 83 Emshoff, Alan T. 69 Engler, Pamela D. 69, 147, 190, 195 Epps, Patricia L. Epps, William B. Erbland, Craig A. 170, 184, 185 Erich, Jane A. Ermlich, Anne M. 69, 148 Ermlich, Constance A. 57 Ernest, Eric 57, 164, 202, 213 Ertle, Lynne A. 69 Esposito, William M. 69 , 164, 194, 202, Evans, Diane M. 83 Evans, Marilyn A. Evans, Sue F. 43, 143 Evans, Susan L. 83 Evans, Timothy E. 69, 164, 180, 202 Everett, Dena K. 69, 192, 195 Everson, Sallyann 57, 211 Eyster, James A. F arinacci, Gary M. 57, 178, 202, 206 Fauver, James S. 54, 57, 156, 190, 191, 204 F enstermaker, Charles W. 69, 152, 164 Ferris, John L. 69, 208 Ferris, Lesley K. 80, 83, 148, 169 Fiegenschuh, William H., Jr. First, Gary W. 69, 156, 164 First, Rebecca S. 83, 148 Fish, Deborah D. 70, 211 Fisher, Susan K. 83 Fleming, Carol J. 70, 198 Flickinger, Amy L. 83 Ford, Douglas J. 70, 180, 181, 187, 203 Ford, Mark L. 83, 202 Forestal, Paul J. 83, 209 Foster, Boyd E. 83, 184 Foster, Sue E. 70, 195 Fowler, Harden W. 83, 155 Fox, Joanne L. 57, 198 Fox, Mrs. Margaret E. Frank, Thomas P. 57, 193, 204 Franks, Cathie s. 88, 70, 148, 190, 192,204 F rase, Cathy L. 43 Frazier, Mrs. Kathryn B. F reas, William 43, 156 Frederick, Linda A. French, Gara E. 43 Frisk, Kathy P. 43, 148 F uhrmarm, Donna L. Fuller, Alberta A. 83 Fulton, George F. 57 Funches, David L. 83 Fursey, Jane E. 57, 147, 213 Fursey, June Ann 83, 147 Gabor, Judy A. 44 Gainor, Nancy L. 83 Galieti, Mrs. F. Joyce Galik, Gregory S. 83, 164 Gamble, Kathy E. 83, 147 Ganyard, Paul E. 70 Garlock, Emmett R. Garlock, Paul R. 70 Garner, Betsy L. 143 Games, Arthur D. 70 Carnes, Herbert S. 152 Garretson, Kerry L. 84, 152, 193 Garside, Lynda J. 70, 143, 213 Garver, Thomas R. 84 Gaston, Joyan 70, 198 Gaumer, Bill A. 164, 184, 193,202 Gaumer, Gary A. 84, 179 Gay, Richard G. 84 Geeloe, safe A. 44, 147, 191, 202, 213 Gentile, Mrs. Imelda Geraci, Lawrence S. 70 Gess, Milton I. 180, 181, 187 Gest, Mary E. 84, 209 Giauque, Russel K. 70 Gibbons, Kenneth R. 84, 164 Gibson, Linda M. 84 Gibson, Paul D. 84, 187 Gilbert, Janet L. 84 Gilchrest, Christina M. 70, 148, 206 Gill, Charles R. 44 Ginnan, Sandra L. Girt, Susan 44, 144, 191, 194, 198 Givens, Ronald R. 84 Glass, Martha A. 44, 148, 192 Glenn, Thomas C. 44 Gliozzi, Louis W., Jr. Gobeli, A. Sue 143 Goddard, Mary Anne 57, 143, 169 235 Good, Nancy L. Goodman, Donald L. 70 Goodman, Mary Jane 57 Goodrich, David J. 211, 205 Gorham, Thomas W. 150, 170, 202 Gotshall, Robert W. 44, 156, 194 Gottardi, Helen 84 Goulding, Timothy R. 70 Graef, Karen S. 84, 144 Graham, Jonathan D. 150, 164 Graham, Susan A. 70, 144 Gram, David R. 71 Grapentine, Mary Wilson 44, 147 Graves, Larry Q. 44, 150, 180, 202 Gray, Robert H. 84, 164 Green, Barbara J. 84, 143, 169 Greenawalt, Deborah L. 84, 147 Gregg, Suzanne H. 84, 192 GrifHth, Patricia L. 71 Grischow, K. Donald 84 Gross, Cheryl M. 57, 198 Gross, Lawrence W. 184 Grossman, Cynthia E. Grow, Margaret A. Gustafson, Lindy K. 84 Guy, David E. 44, 152 Haase, Glenn R. 44, 155, 117, 191, 194, 209 Haden, Stephanie R. 57, 143 Hairston, James A. 57, 152, 180, 193, 201, 202 Hall, Dorothy L. 71 Hall, Mildred L. 44 Hall, W. Randall 84, 198 Halsey, Richard E. 84 Hamilton, John T. 71 Hamlin, Mrs. Penelope A. Hamlin, Tom W. Hanna, Mrs. Peggy A. Hansen, Torben 84 Happ, Robert C. Harding, Robert L., Jr. 71, 186 Hardwick, Judi C. 45 Harford, David K. Hargrave, Richard C. 71 Harmony, Joan K. 57 Harris, Bruce R. 150, 164, 194, 202 Harsh, Janet L. 71 Hart, Roger A. 84 Hartman, Dougas A. Hartrick, Lynn J. 155 Hasbrouck, Donald E., Jr. 150 Haubert, Mark R. 84 Hauch, Michael T. 84 Haupt, John E. 85, 150, 171 Hawkins, Mark D. 45, 203 Haycock, Sharon L. 85 Hayes, Katherine G. Hazen, Julia D. 71 Hazen, Sue E. 85 Headman, Charles J. 85, 171 Heestand, Don L. 45 Heindel, Marilyn S. Heiniger, Karen E. 45, 148 Hempstead, Linda R. 85 Hendricks, John R. 71, 206 Henry, Jill L. 45, 144, 194 Hensley, Marjorie 85 Hepp, Robert 71 Herberghs, John P. 71, 202 Herr, James W. 71 Herriott, Donald P. 45, 156, 178 Herriott, Richard B. 45, 204 Herrmann, Ronald A. 45, 152 Herzog, Albert A. 45, 198 Hess, Noel E. 71, 180, 178 Hess, Phillip L. 85 Heston, Newton 155 Hettler, Bob C. 57, 190, 156 Hickman, Keith A. 179 Hickson, Cynthia L. 85, 144 Index Hill, Cynthia J. 144 Hill, Robert S. 193 Hill, Thomas E. 45 Himmelmann, Karen Ann E. 45, 206 Hindall, P. Marguerite 45 Hines, Mrs. Susan J. Hirsch, Janet L. 58, 148, 191 Hirst, Margaret A. 85 Hirst, Timothy L. 85 Hixon, Bruce A. 85, 178 Hjelm, Glenn E. 58, 164, 193 Hoag, Martha 45 Hobe, Richard C. 45 Hochstetter, Cheryl S. 85 Hofmann, Gary C. 155 Hogg, James D. 71, 152 Hohler, Cecelia A. 71, 208 Holley, Russell E. 164 Hollingsworth, Lane E. 211 Holloway, Susan J. 58, 143 Holmes, Donald D. 71, 163, 178 Homer, Nancy J. 71, 198 Hoover, Quinton F. 85, 193 Hopkins, Sondra S. 45, 143, 176, 191 Hopkins, Susan L. 85, 148 Horne, Kathryn L. 85 Horsey, Susan E. 58, 209, 213 Hosey, Thomas C. 85 Hosfelt, Brenda L. 58, 143 Hosken, Marilyn F. 46, 117, 209 Hostetler, Carleton C. 85 Hothem, Hubert H. 58, 193 Hougenlobler, Cheryl A. 85, 148 Hougham, Alfred C. 85 House, James R. 46, 155, 213 Howe, Kathleen 85 Howenstine, Catherine 46 Hoyt, Thomas R. 170 Hubbard, Barbara A. Hudson, Karen K. 58, 195, 208 Hudson, Whyllys A. 85 Huey, C. James 58, 202 Huft, Linda M. 85 Hull, Susan M. 85, 147 Hum, Margaret Humphreys, Elizabeth E. 58 Hunt, Richard L. 85 Hunter, Elinor L. Hunter, Kathleen L. 71 Hurbergs, John P. 164, 171 Huston, David B. 71, 178, 193 Hutchins, Rhonda G. 58 Ickes, James C., Jr. 85, 155 Ickes, Patrick W. 85, 206 Incarnato, Nick T. 85, 150, 164 Ingraham, D. Dayne 46, 144, 205 Jack, Bonnie L. 85 Jackson, JoAnn 46, 206, 213 Jaeb, Mrs. Lou A. James, Robert W. 85, 150 Jarrett, Jere N. 85, 171 Jenkins, Barbara A. 58 Jenkins, Gerry L. Jones, Timothy M. 46 Jones, William A. 40, 46 Jones, Yvonne F. 72 Joseph, Daniel 58 Jozefczyk, Andrew J. 86, 164 Judd, Nancy C. 58 Judge, Joseph H. 46, 198 Kagy, Rodney 86, 206 Kaiser, William K. 198 Kamenar, Judith A. 86 Kandel, Mrs. Carl Kanouse, Dale A. 86, 164 Katzenmeyer, Douglas N. 72, 156, 193 Keefe, Sharon M. 46 Keeler, Nancy E. 46, 86 Keister, Lawrence E. 46, 180, 156, 1 202 Kekic, Richard P. 58 Keller, Barbara J. 46 Keller, Linda L. Kennedy, James W. 58, 155 Kennely, Larry K. 156 Kenney, David K. 46 Kerr, Sharen A. 58, 132 Karas, Judith E. 46, 143,211 Keslar, Kenneth R. 86, 155 Keyler, Charles S. 46, 155, 193 Kimmel, John W. 150, 164, 202 Klepek, James L. 46, 164, 202 Kline, Babette A. 46 Kloss, Karen G. 86 Knight, Wendy L. 86, 148 Knisley, Linda C. 86 Knizat, Gary J. 46 Knowles, William R. Kobal, John E. 59 Kobbe, Kay E. 66, 72, 143 Koch, Barbara A. 72, 147, 211, 195 Koch, Mrs. Gertrude M. Kocher, David J. 86, 171 Kohring, Phyllis A. 59, 147 Koine, David K. 46 Kolarov, George W. 164, 180, 202 Koma, Sally A. 59, 147 Komin, Andrew P. 86, 206 Koppel, Carolyn S. 59, 147, 192 Korosy, Michael Kozub, Marcia E. 72, 147, 202, 213 Krabill, James W. 59, 152 Kraft, Dave F. 164, 202 Kreger, Sandra J. Krough, Bruce D. 47 Kuhl, Janet E. 59, 148 Kulieke, Dianne M. 86 Kunz, Richard E. 72 Kunze, Linda J. Kures, Judith L. 47, 144 Kurtz, Sue E. 59, 143 Ladich, Charles R. 47 Lasko, Jack D. 72, 150, 164, 166 Lalu, Cheryl M. 86 Lamb, Doublas B. 155, 186 Lamb, Kathryn A. 86 Lease, Polly J. 86, 148, 118, 119 Leatherberry, Sara B. 72 Lee, Mrs. Jeannie R. Leekala, Paul M. 60 Lefever, Ralph L. 86, 187 Leggett, Robert L. 72 Lehman, Georgia L. 86, 205 Leist, Howard A. 47, 152, 193, 207 Leister, Jack S., Jr. LeSuer, Sue A. 86 Lewis, Carlisle G. 156 Lewis, Mrs. Joan Lewis, Alaine Williams 47, 207 Lewis, Pamela J. 60 Liambeis, Philop J. 86, 155, 171 Liebersbach, Carl L. 60, 202 Lieblein, Barbara J. 60 L1m,A1m-Pm 203 Lindahl, Jerry A. 60, 150, 190 Lindamood, Michael W. 47, 150, 170, 210, 194,202 Lingo, Tedd F. 86, 155 Linville, Barry R. 86 Liotta, James A. 47, 156, 210, 211 Lippert, Wilbur T. Jr., 60, 178 Little, James S. 72, 164, 193 Little, Linda L. Llewellyn, Lynn C. 47 Lloyd, Carol A. 144, 195 Logan, David R. 60 Logee, Ann E. 87 Longsworth, Della E., 147 Lonsdale, Jeitrey J. 87, 150, 187 Lore, Nancy L. 87, 150, 187 Lorenz, Linda K. 72, 148, 207 Lothamer, Janis A. 87, 147 Louden, William F. 72 Loudin, James R. Loudin, Michael Jr. 155 Lowmiller, Nancy E. 47 Lukich, Daniel W. 60, 150, 213 Lundquist, David C. 87 Lundsford, James L. 72, 206 Lusk, James M. 72, 180, 187, 202 Lusky, Deborah 87, 208 Lyon, Thomas A. 72 McBride, Bruce M. 171 McCabe, John 73, 155 McCabe, Mrs. Sandra L. McCall, Charles W. McCallum, William S. 60 McCarthy, Toni 87, 143 McCauley, Judith M. 60, 143, 192,202,213 McClain, Robert G. 164, 193, 202 McClain, Thomas C. 87, 164 McClarin, William J. 60 McClintock, Jean K. 73 McCloskey, Pamela A. 48, 147, 190, 192, 212 I McCloud, Richard C. 87 McConnell, Donna M. 73 McCormick, Karen L. 148 McCort, Karen L. 73, 195, 203 McCrea, James P. I McDonald, Hazel A. 48 McDowell, Mark E. 87 McFarland, Janet K. 60 Johns, Robert G. 186 Johnson, Beverly A. Johnson, Brian R. 58 Johnson, Carl G. 86 Johnson, Eric W. 46, 156, 191, 202 Johnson, Gregory P. Johnson, Jan K. 86, 148 Johnson, Karleen L. 71 Jolley, Judith L. 58, 148, 205, 213 Jones, Bette F. 72, 147, 209 Jones, James E. 58 Jones, Judith B. 72, 143, 213 Jones, Letha M. 58 Jones, Neva I. 72, 190, 195 Jones, Randal L. 86, 152 Lamke, Carol T. 47, 202, 205 Lamphier, Jane K. 59, 211 Lampman, Holly E. 59 Lamprecht, Alene 59 Lane, Robert T. 86, 152 Lane, Thomas J. 86 Lane, James R. 47, 117, 206, 198 Lanzen, Gary E. 59, 190, 156 Laport, Mark G. 86, 171 Larzelere, William M. 60, 211 Laughlin, Camilla S. 47, 208, 209 Laurich, Kathryn N. 86 Lautzenheiser, Constance K. 86, 206, 209 Laveglia, Susan H. 59, 148 Lawson, Priscilla J. 72, 144 236 McGaHick, Lucinda L. 87 McGaw, Mary B. 87 McGhee, John W. 87 McGowan, Bonnie J. 60, 144 McGranahan, William R. 164 McKee, Bonnie A. McKim, Carol J. 73 McKnight, Judith L. 73, 195, 203 McLaughlin, Richard L. 60, 190, McMaster, Timothy A. 87, 187 McMurry, Marsha S. 60 McNeill, Patricia L. 87, 143 McNichol, Mary M. 87 McVicker, Mary J. 61 156, 204 MacFadyen, Bonnie S. Mack, Patricia J. 143 Mageras, Sandra J. 48, 118, 132 Mahan, Sharon L. 73, 147 Mainwaring, Leigh A. 87, 148, 192 Malavite, Ruth J. 87 Malloy, Patricia J. 48, 144, 202, 208 Manabe, Yoshihire 87 Mandrych, Daria A. 88 Manovich, George J. 88, 164 Manypenny, Janice K. 73 March, Edgar J. 190, 201, 211, 193, 209, 212 Marini, Francis J. 88 Markovich, Rose Marie 88 Marsh, William A. 73, 198 Martin, John E. 73 Martin, Miriam K. 73 Martindale, Charol L. 73 Massie, Ann 148, 207 Matheri, Rahab 48 Matson, Merrie L. 48, 144 Mattner, Martha A. 88 Maxwell, Mrs. Lois E. Maybom, Judith A. 88, 147 Mayer, Christine C. 48, 144, 198 Mayes, Carol J. 49, 144 Meikle, Suzanne L. 88, 148 Meissner, Melissa M. 88 Mellott, Ronald L. 88 Melvin, Edward C. 88 Melvin, Patricia R. 73 Menz, Donald A. 73, 179, 202 Menz, Wayne H. 61 Mercurio, Joseph T. 156 Merrill, Roger W. 49 Merryman, Barbara 88 Mewborn, Jed W. 61, 152, 191 Micha, Janice E. 88, 144 Michael, Walter G. 49, 203 Mikita, Philip W. 66, 152 Miller, Albert R. 61, 152 Miller, Barbara S. 73 Miller, Cynthia A. 198 Miller, Dennis L. 73 Miller, Elaine L. 88, 148 Miller, Mrs. Jill B. 73 Miller, Paul F. 61 Miller, Richard A. 150 Miller, Scott E. Milley M. Jane 73, 144 Minifie, Thomas R. 49, 202 Perlman, Russell J. 49 Miskoe, Shirley A. 88 Mitchell, Marilyn A. 88, 147 Modzol, Karen R. 88 Mokros, Rober L. 88, 165 Moldovan, Daniel S. 73, 156 Molner, Denis M. 74 Molzan, Janice M. 61 Monaco, Betty S. 88 Moncrief, Kathleen 148, 205 Moncrief, Martha J. 88, 148, 176 Money, David E. 88 Monroe, Rhonda F. 49 Montgomery, Linda R. 74, 148, 190 Moreland, Amy J. 49 Morey, Carolyn D. 74, 195 Morgan, Donna K. 49, 169 Morgan, Patrick S. 88 Morgan, Robert R. 7 61, 164 4 Morris, Robert J. Morris, Stephen H. 74 Morris, VVilliam F. 49, 88, 155, Morrison, Molly R. 88, 144 Morrow, David L. 88, 148 Morrow, Sandra L 74 Mortlock, Susan S. 148 Mosher, Charles J. 74, 152 Moshier, James D. 49 Moxley, Robert D. Moxley, Linda S. 61, 192, 205 Mueller, Mary Anne 88 206, 194 Muifet, Michael G. 150, 117, 164, 194, 202 Mullett, Karen A. 49 Mullett, Walter L. Murphy, Cathy L. 89 Murray, Barbara A. Murray, William D. 74, 180, 187, 202 Mwandemere, Henry M. 178 Myers, Ann E. 89 Myers, Ellen F. 89 Myers, Nancy L. 89 Nasal, Richard J. 184 Neading, Robert B. Neel, David O. 74 Neely, Paula J. 49 Neff, Nancy J. Nelsen, Peggy A. 89 Nelson, Carol L. 61, 143 Neorr, Sally J. 61, 143 Newman, Sue Jobe 49 Nickell, Jeflry O. 89 Nicol, Sandra L. 144 Nirnan, Robert K. Nolle, Richard J. Norbo, John R. 89, 164, 179 Norris, Susan E. 49, 144, 192 Norton, Kathryne E. 89, 143 Norton, Michael T. 74, 187 Obee, Juanita A. 89, 144 O'Connor, Anne 61, 147, 176, 192 Old, Thomas L. 155, 191 O'Neill, Mrs. Margaret G. Oot, Edwin L. 89, 150 Orr, Carolyn K. 74 Osborne, Nancy J. 74, 213 Owen, James L. 74, 152, 180 Owen, Kendra J. 74 Oyster, Karl H. 89 Ozimek, Edward J. 49, 156 Padavick, Randy M. 66, 74, 193 P idas Ceor e P. 61 116, 152, 184, 190, 3 , 8 , 164, 202, 204, 213 Paina, Jean C. 89 Painting, Richard W. 49, 152, 180, 116, 117, 194, 204 Palmer, Ann S. 49 Pardoe, Linda E. 74 Parker, Tila J. 61, 143 Parks, M. Kathleen 61, 143 Parr, Timothy B. 49, 205 Parry, William H. 75, 152 Patrick, Dean R. 89, 152 Patrick, Larry D. 61, 152, 191 Patterson, Kate M. 89, 147 Patterson, Peggy A. 75, 147 Paugh, Sharon L. 75 Paul, Donald L. Pavlick, Judith E. 75, 148, 152 Pease, Joyce H. 61, 198 Peaspanen, John C. 61, 180, 202 Peine, Leslie 193, 198 Peoples, Michael S. 89 Perdue, Suzanne 61, 147, 190, 204 Pesta, Daniel L. 75, 152, 190 Peterson, David E. 75, 184 Peterson, Judith A. 89, 143 Petretich, John D. 50, 152, 186 Pettit, Martha E. 89, 147 Pfeil, James E. Philippbar, Beth A. 40, 50, 148, 176, 205 Phillips, Jeffrey L. 150, 184, 164, 202 Phillips, Sandra J. 75 Phillis, Wanda L. 61 Picha, Charlotte G. 61 Pierce, James D. 155 237 Pierce, Kimberly K. 75, 147 Pierce, D-avid L. 50, 156, 203 Pierson, Richard W. 75, 152, 184, 185, 202 Pim, Gerald C. 50, 198 Pizzino, Mary J. 75, 148 Plisevich, Linda J. 75 Polen, Linda L. 75 Pollock, Charles R. 89 Poorman, Dianne G. 143, 207 Porter, Ann L. 89, 144 Porter, Sue C. 50, 144, 192, 194, 198 Poto, Robert K. 75 Potyka, Barbara E. 62, 143 Poure, Wallace L. 50, 208 Powell, F. Lynn 62, 147, 213 Preston, Catherine A. 89 Price, Judith M. 50 Props, Larry E. 89 Purviance, Edwin M. 62, 178 Quick, Thomas E. 75, 208, 209 Quinlan, Mrs. Sara J. Quinn, Diane K. 62, 192 Raines, Robert D. 75, 150, 184, 202 Ralston, Carl E. 50, 178, 193, 202 Ramsay, Alan J. 62 Ramsdell, Diana W. 144 Rankin, Pennelope L. Rashtetter, Joyce A. Ray, Sally A. 50, 208 Raynes, Philip R. 89 Rea, Carolyn 50 Reamsnyder, Thomas 89 Reckner, Linda L. 89 Reddick, Linda K. 89 Reed, Betsy J. 62, 144, 117 Reed, Jayne L. 209 Reed, Melvin S. 184, 164 Reed, Sheryl A. 75 Reedy, Donald L. 75, 152 Reesman, Barbara J. Remaley, Carol A. 75 Renner, Mary A. Resek, William J. 50, 208 Reyer, Ruth A. 62, 118 Reynolds, Gregory M. 89, 150 Rhoads, Mary J. 75 Rhodes, John R. 62, 150, 180,202 Rhodes, Stephen D. 89, 150 Rich, Sally A. Richard, Patricia L. 75 Riddles, Cordon C. 152, 164 Riester, Sue E. 50, 148 Rike, Thomas G. 155 Ringel, Janet H. Rippl, David B. 89, 164 Ritari, Elizabeth J. Ritchie, Sandra 89 Roach, Mary K. 62 Robb, Bruce E. 76, 150 Robb, Carole J. 50, 143, 210, 2 11, 191 Robb, Lynette L. 76, 195, 198 Roberts, Roger K. 152, 180 Robinson, Gregg F. 90, 155 Robinson, Tom A. 62, 164, 202 Rochus, John 150, 170, 164 Rockwell, David A. 90 Roderick, Anne Rodgers, Diana L. 90 Rogers, Donald W. Romig, Edward F. 76 Romig, Patti 76, 148 Root, Paula A. 50, 147, 54, 205 Rose, Richard v. 62, 164, 166, 202 Roslund, Mary K. 80, 90, 143 Ross, David J. 90, 155 Ross, Patricia A. 206 Rossio, Delano F. 193, , 204 Index Roth, Kathy A. 50, 210, 211 Rowe, Mrs. Jeannine D. 62 Rupert, Janice G. 90 Rupert, Mark Z. 50, 155 Russell, Edna L. 90, 143 Russell, Frank M. 90, 156 Russell, Peter A. 50, 193, 204 Ruth, Stephanie A. 76 Sachire, Frank W. 40, 50, 117, 164, 193, 202 Sampson Charlotte K. 62, 144 Sampson Donald T. Jr. Sampson Richard M. 62, 179, 193 Sampson, Mrs. Sally A. 50 Sandblade, Julie 90 Sargent, Roberts 50, 152, 180, 202 Savage, Gary R. 51, 212 Schaffer, Nancy J. 62, 148 Schefft, David W. 51, 152 Scherer, Roslyn L. 76, 143, 118 Schermesser, James L. Schiliier, Carol E. 76 Schindler, Robert E. 62, 198 Schmidt, Carl J. 62 Schmitt, Roger W. Schmitt, Tom A. 51 Scholz, Marilyn B. 76 Tan, Edwin C. 53 Schooler, David R. 62, 190, 54, 93 Schroeder, Ferry M. 62 Schueler, Janet K. 62 Schweitzer, Sally A. 90 Scott, Jennifer M. 51, 144 Scott, Shari L.. 63 Scott, Thomas V. Sealock, Dorian G. 90 Sedgwick, Bruce E. 90 Sedwick, Nancy E. 90, 144 Seitz, Reita L. Sell, Thomas V. 76 Sera, John 155 166, Shilts, Rebecca W. 63, 204 Shoemaker, Craig 51, 190, 156 Shook, Karen S. 90, 144, 192 Shotts, Donna M. 63 Shotts, Janet E. 90 Sickles, Susanne M. Siefers, Robert G. 51, 180, 181, 156, 187 Siegfried, Linda A. 76, 195, 198 Siess, Nancy L. 76 Simmons, Joyce M. 63, 144, 195, 208 Simpson, Kenneth L. 206 Siskind, Carol M. 76, 144 Skapin, Alanna K. 63, 144 Slack, Leonard G. 76, 180, 156 Sloan, Steven T. 90 Slusser, Keith A. 63 Smart, Charles E. 76 Smart, Ronald B. 90, 150 Smead, Shirley R. 51 Smith, Anna J. Smith, Barrie W. 51 smith, Bruce P. 209 Smith, Bruce T. 52, 90, 164 Smith, Charles C. 52 Smith, Donald F. 206 Smith, F. Charlene 63, 143 Smith, Cary A. 155 Smith, James O. 63 Smith Patricia L. 90 Smith, William J. 90, 171 Smoke, Roger L. Smyth, Margaret M. 77, 143, 213 Snavely, Theresa J. 77, 144 Sniarowski, Loretta A. 77 Snode, Connie F. 90 Snodgrass, Hugh E. 63, 155, 203 Snowden, Frederick A. 90 Speece, Lewis J. Spencer, Robert S. 91, 179 Spilios, Patricia A. 77, 147 Springer, James R. 184, 211, 213 Stadler, John L. 63, 198 Stafford, Brian L. 77, 164 Stamp, Lewis K. 91 Stanislaw, Pat 77, 144, 213 Stanislaw, Stephen J. 91, 150 Stats, Nicki R. Stauffer, Marcia E. 64, 143, 190 Steife, Emily J. 64, 148, 169 Stehlik, Arthur D. 150, 170, 202 Steinmetz, Terry B. 77 Stevie, Donald R. 91 Stewart, David W. 52 Stewart, Rachel A. 91 Stewart, Stanley J. 52 Stilwell, Snowe L. 91 Stinson, Robert C. 64, 155, 191 Stoifer, Eugene W. Swager, Margery J. 52, 205 Swaine, James M. 78, 203 Swaine, Thomas E. 52 Sweeney, Michael R. 53, 198 Swenson, Paula J. 78, 190, 205 Swift, Lynda L. 78, 147 Swift, Sharon R. 64 Switter, David J. 91 Takacs, Alane C. 64, 132, 148, 190, 191 Tarves Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, , Jeannie L. 78 Anthony 91, 178 Diane L. 148 Stephen P. Snyder , Donna J. 91 Snyder, Laura W. 77, 144 Snyder, Nancy J. 77, 143, 192, 195 Snyder, Richard R. 77, 184 Solomon, John S. 52, 152, 203 Teague, Robert M. Teutsch, Hildegard D. Thomas, Jane E. 53, 190, 206 Thomas, Richard T. 170 Thompson, Amy G. 92, 148 Thompson, Carolyn D. 64 Sewall, Charles L. 63 Shadrick, Thomas S. 150, 164, 193, 202 Shaffer, Clifford R. 76, 164, 202 Shaffer, Hugh L. 90, 155 Shahan, John D. Shaheen, Norman M. 51, 63, 150 Shank, Deborah L. 90 Shanks, Bradley J. 90, 156 sharp, sibyl H. 90, 148 Sharp, William L. 76, 150, 164, 179 Shattuck, Carol 76, 118, 213 Shaw, Roger T. 90 Shears, Bonnie J. 63, 143 Sheets, Henry E. 76 Shelter, Joyce Y. 63, 192 Sheller, Carl S. 76 Shellhammer, Glen L. 198 Shellhammer, James A. 90 Shem, Donald W. 90, 187 Shem, Donita K. 51 Shepard, Joan L. 76, 143 Sheppard, Judith A. 63, 143 Sherer, Richard C. 51 Shields, Richard K. 90, 198 Somers, Stephanie C. 91, 144 Song, Choo Hee 52, 203 Spangler, David L. 63 Stoffer, Harry B. 91 Stone, D. Stephen 91 Stonesifer, Charles R. 52, 186 Stoops, Margaret J. 64 Storck, Jack E. Stradley, Richard J. 77, 184, 202 Straiko, David L. 64, 164 Strain, Tracey E. 91 suang, Robert W. 180, 164 Stratford, Carol L. 64, 148 Stratton, Nancy J. 64, 132, 143, 213 Staunch, Nancy R. 77, 147, 195, 213 Strecker, Charles L. 77, 198 Stroia, Dianne E. 52 Strong, Richard R. 91, 164 Strubbe, Jon S. 77, 152, 180 Stuckey, Ronald R. 77, 150, 164 Sullivan, Robert B. 52 Sun, Peter 52, 186, 193, 203 Superfisky, Judilynn 77, 201 Sutter, Nancy J. 91 238 Thompson , Dennis W. 92 Thompson, Janet K. 64, 132, Thompson, Mark C. 92 Thompson, Timothy W. 64 Thyrum, Martin O. 64, 155 Tighe, Suzanne J. 92 Till, Jenny A. 92, 143 Toalston, Ralph E. 78 143, 117, 169 Tobey, Lawrence J. 78, 201 Todish, Bonnie J. 92 Tomkinson, Kathleen S. 78 Tonges, Mrs. Dorothy J. Topalian, Carol B. 92, 144 Toronski, Lynn C. 78, 143 Tran, Nancy M. 92, 143 Trandafir, John Trask, Amanda J. Trelcar, Daniel H. 53 Treusdell, Linda A. 92 Trudicks, Sheryl L. 53, 106, 107, 194 Trumfio, Elizabeth F. 92, 147 Tubaugh, Richard E. 78 Turkle, Tyler E. 78 169, 191 Turner, Edward J. 64, 156 Turner, Thomas R. Ulery, M. Pat Unkefer, Lynn F. 78 Urban, David L. Utterback, Geoffrey M. 78, 150 Van Almen, Gretchen 53, 147, 204 Vanaman, Sarah J. 64 Vance, Natalie J. 64, 148, 205 Van Ness, James F. 92, 155 Van Voorhis, Karen L. 53 Varian, Dean W. 78, 190, 156 Vassily, Christine E. 78 Venter, David W. 92, 209 Vorhis, Margaret A. 78 Wachsman, Linda K. 65 Waggoner, David A. 92, 150 Waggener, Gary P. 65, 206 Waggoner, Suzanne K. 78, 144, 205 Wagner, Constance I. 92, 147 Wagner, Susan L. 53 Wainwright, Barbara R. 78, 213 Wakeham, Robert W. 65, 179 Walborn, Bruce B. 53 Walker, Bonnie L. 92, 143, 202 Walker, Nancy J. 92 Walker, Susan M. 92 Wallace, JamesIL. 65 Wallace, Judith A. 92, 148 Wallace, Ruth A. 92 Waller, Daniel 53, 150, 164,202 Waltenbaugh, Carl R. 92 Wamer, Neal T. 65, 180, 187, 193, 202 Warner, Richard L. 164, 202 Warner, Stephen T. 93 Warren, Cynthia 93 Warren , Rosemary J. 65, 143 Washburn, Carol S. 192, 144 Watkins, John A. 53 Weaver, John W. 164, 193, 202 Weaver, Paul H. 93, 164 Webb, Linda A. 78, 148, 213 Weber, Constance.L. 53, 147, 190, 204 Weber, David E. 155, 190, 191 Weber, David S. 93 Weber, Janice L. 93 Weber, Judy L. 93, 147 Weber, Ruth A. 65 Wehner, Jane L. Weimer, Gene S. 202 Wells, Kay E. 53 West, John F. 78, 184, 191, 202 Wetzel, Robert E. 65 Wheeler, Mary Jane 78, 208 Wheeler, Stephen F. 65, 152, 202 Whetson, Elizabeth N. 93 White, Beverly A. White, Michael D. 80, 93, 156, 209 Whittemore, Robert B. 79 Wicks, Mary M. 79, 143 192, 194, Wilhelm, Geraldine R. 79, 143 VVilkins, Thomas W. 79, 152 Williams, Alfred R. 178 Williams, Dennis W. 53 VVilliams, John R. 79 NVilliams, Judith J. 79, 144, 202 NVilliams, William R. 93, 152 Willis, Betty J. Willis, Hayes E. 186, 190, 193 Willis, Marlene E. 79 willow, Judith E. 65, 144 Wilson, Cheryl J. 93, 144, 192 Wilson, Don W. 65, 152 Wilson, Jean A. 79, 143, 195 Wilson, Malcolm T. 79 Wince, Richard M. 93, 164, 179 Winkhart, James A. 93 VVinters, Judith J. 93, 147 VVise, Carolyn A. 53, 147 Wishart, Suzanne E. 93 Witchey, Sally A. 65, 132, 133 Withee, John R. 93, 152, 171 Wohl, Shyer D. 93 Wolffe, Edward M. Wolfram, Barbara L. 65, 147, 202 WVolfram, John C. 93, 152 Wolpert, David S. 150, 164 Wood, Patricia A. 79, 147 Wood, Robert L. 152 Wood, Stephen S. 53 Woocling, Karen F. 79 Wooclling, Gary L. Woodruff, James R. 93, 203, 206 Woolbert, Gordon D. 79, 170 Woolf, David W. 53 Workman, Karen M. 65, 198 Worstell, W. Paul 93, 179 Wright, Janice E. 79, 208 Wright, John L. 93, 171 Wulf, Gary G. 79, 152 Wyand, Terry L. 156 Yoder, Jack C. Yoder, John F. 53 Young, Thomas W. 53, 193, 208 Youngman, Neil A. 164 Yukich, Larry M. 65, 156 Zachilc, Delores 79, 147 Zantal, Katherine A. 79 Zapatka, Edward P. 65 Zarbaugh, Marcia L. 79, 190 Ziegler, David A. 93, 152 Zielasko, Douglas E. 171 Zimmerman, Terry L. 93, 206 Zuck, sauy A. 79, 143, 195 Zumbrunnen, Mrs. Marcie R. 53 Zurbrugg, Anton P. 79, 178 239 K. :X 'P , :ff ,u ' n M Ja "'h'.?"-5 'fc fre: 44 his '- P' . Sf if 1, -.Q . LSWWM' : 3 A I . ' , n . ' r 5'--'if A if' 'Y' 7.5 1 Y' I 1 J" 'Y "Y f J h ,FJ 3. 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