Murray State University - Shield Yearbook (Murray, KY)

 - Class of 1969

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I 1 '2 V' Q X gn A xii Q, ' , M 4 5 Q 4 K ' QV " Q 5 p 5' X 5 A ., J if Q I gig , X I X 3 ' x,, f' Q , X . ' f ' Vtrvx 'xii P n Q I 1 : i 5 v. ' sz A-psi 'k .LM . HoMEcoM1NG QUEEN Amid the excitement and spirit of a homecoming crowd and the golden glow of mums and the Thoroughbreds, Miss Tonya Hugueley, a senior from Rutherford, Tennessee, was crowned 1968 Homecoming Queen. Selected by the football squad, the members of the queen's court who reigned with Tonya over the day's festivities were: Cathy Beamer, Nancy Hulett, Vicki Russell, and Lynn Young. The five candidates were presented during pre-game cere- monies and the queen was crowned with the traditional blue and silver crown by President Harry M. Sparks. 55 t. A MISS MURRAY STATE A campus favorite, Jerry Sue Prichett, is well liked by every- one at Murray. The title is given to the girl receiving the ma- jority of the votes in a campus-wide election. Jerry, a senior, has been a leader in many phases of campus activity. Finalists in the contest were Margaret Adams, Melanie Boyd, Rita Hurd, and Lynn Young. 56 :md X 'QUFWY X , ,,,4,, ,- 1- me w'fT,:w M.,WW W M 1 ' ik eg Y' X E' , Agwfgfg, ,, , , . F ,,. My M 5 ig? .I :W in ,H V, , 'U' in A' ! -, MM, M un. , ,Dau 1 ,,?Q1fFX x 1:1 Vx "s 'WwgM, ' ,EW nn X' ' T1 W' 'E ' . .KM ii-.+ wwwwmww A ww mm f ,N X W 4 AMW V' , . H WM Wm A, I fly - , ww--w w W P p. WMQ Ii -, Hmyfw .W M 5 'JW' ff 1 0 '5 A mm - im X M JW, W Jr 'f 6 ,, , A754- Mf ' , , W ,W--V , X 3 M i f M 5 1-- Fi. ,, ,, , . X V. , . ,UH J 'Vu'. 'Sf-. ' ,,W1v?dA :fa ' fix ri f iE'i,.'::' Q',g,:lHi.. A- 'yw "i w :I 1 iw all F ' ' W . K Q 4 MOUNTAIN LAUREL UEEN Mrs. Carolyn Albert Coryell, Mountain Laurel Queen, pos- sesses the beauty and charm that the title of queen suggests. A senior from Paducah, Carolyn won the 1968 Murray State Mountain Laurel Representative contest and went on to repre- sent Murray and win the 1968 state-wide contest. The annual contest judges select the girls on beauty, charm, poise, and personality. 59 ' nf' :aff w ,,,f, 53 5 ' I N, 'H-A . 'Q if 4- N I W ,M h, X xx Marx 1 ,rw 'N R Q 3 , ,.- ,M Nm ,ww ' ff A N an ,S 4 'Q f X Q ' H 1 K X' x, -W -i K W i -X . X .K HX W ,nf " ? 3 1 3 'Q E K MM x D N. I x 1 M x .-1' ' , X ig., ..... .,.-1' ,A fp .W-""""'-H'-,H A wr iv U ,M ,X vu fi Nmff. N, , ' W , , x idk NN .. ,x,,x R X x, 5' -K N 'Qu 4 vq-uv' ' f., ...an 'W-un..-u.v' BRIGADE SWEETHEART W 5. Fa. V lv N 2 4 an ? 'v' is Mm . o J O fl .ww 5 'u .I 4ed42'f'ET'aw ,N w. N J rw 17, h '1li4rw"' 1 K' if r a ,f , q-.,, 5.9: ' - 5 .5 - , .4-. 3. A .EIS r ' ' '21-S' , . -z' v ,, , ,lyyf . f-ww, 1 ,Nfj . . M' A 4 qfjwga mm, . S2 1 . . .QQ 4, ,V 4, ff f1t,,, I! 5 . . fin . ykltijil f ,xi 4 V . - f W. ,X , . 'xl ' .uffuj , , 5. ,wg W. .kv 3' x ,' .W N. ,, 7 1 H I ,, ws Ullll us- 'H' Hu-urs, 1 9 Q "bf in Y. ,.. -Q., 4 . . - v' 5, 1 S, FQEQ lf? 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' . f wfwtii , L! , v- 169, 1 , f 3 - ,,A, 1,5 W . fi , .rx QQ? 3' iw-T f. "e, 51,7 , gg 1 V '-na Iv! "9 if rg 1 gg, 31-5,2 ,, ., 4,- .3 4 - ' fo gi as . ,V if 0' 1 an X I 4 H' "i, ., A ' 6 hjigga ' ff :V qw , gig, r f' W ffx Milf' rf J . . ,V ,A -if Q' A . r 1 Vis Q . .a , 3 if 5' i ' 4-' Arn .,2 Z . Y M , :ii my DISTINCTION QT ATE The students, faculty, and staff members featured in Distinction were selected by a six-member student-faculty committee. Nominees were considered on the basis of performance and dedication to their fields. The committee selected these people, who are from various depart- ments, because they comprise a cross-section of those who work dili- gently, both with the public and behind the scenes. They are people with a wide range of personalities and backgrounds, yet one factor makes them distinctive. They exemplify the kind of individuality which gives Murray State University the vitality necessary for a progressive institution. 67 MAX CARMAN joined the Murray State University staff in 1928 and has served under all five presidents. Teaching con- tinuously during this time, he probably has con- tributed more service in terms of time than any other faculty member. During the fall semester of his thirty-first year here, enrollment ran excessively high in one math section. Dr. Carman, who was at that time chairman of the department, divided the class, teaching half the students himself, thus giving himself fifteen hours to teach on campus. His commitment to the university has won for him the honor of being named Distinguished Professor by the alumni in 1966, the most significant of a long list of awards. In 1967, Dr. Carman asked to be relieved of the administrative responsibilities of department chairman in order to devote full time to teaching-his first love. 68 IOE DAY chairman of the Murray State University Judicial Board, has led efforts to bring the Judicial Board into close contact with the student body. In October, stu- dents approved the revision of the Student Organiza- tions Constitution, a document for which he and the Judicial Board were responsible. joe led elliorts to establish a permanent election committee, and such a committee was set up by the Student Government. He has attempted to promote activities that will bring the Class Assembly and the Student Council closer, and to a great degree, has succeeded. 6 9 MARTHA GUIER began her career in the Office of Public Relations when it was important for her to understand all phases of work carried on there. As the office grew, it was necessary to expand the department, and Miss Guier lent an important hand in this. She helped the Director of Placement revise all placement records, and revised all alumni records. Miss Guier took an active interest in the Alumni Association, becoming acquainted with many alumni and sewing as a delegate to national and regional conferences. Last year, Miss Guier was named Director of Placement, All this, plus her overall knowledge of how the department is run, makes her one of the most valuable mem- bers of the Public Relations Staff. 71 RA D LL PCE a senior accounting major, was perhaps the most overworked and underrated member of the '69 SHIELD staff. As business manager, he handled all financial transactions, a job which in- cluded record keeping and purchasing of photographic equip- ment and office supplies. Randall did countless other jobs dur- ing the preparation of the SHIELD. He assisted the classes and organizations editors continuously during the period in which the pictures were sorted and categorized. Randall compiled in- formation when other stall' members were occupied and, in short, worked tirelessly wherever he was needed to meet the deadlines and accordingly bring the '69 SHIELD into being. '5 if gf? 3 CRRIS CRACRAF T has been involved in all phases of the Murray State University Radio Center during his four years here. He has served as music director and program director, and is presently holding the highest student office in the department as production director. During this time, his main commitment has been to the building of a new radio and television station. Morris has seen this pro- ject take shape during his enrollment at Murrayg he has worked for its approval by the Federal Communications Cormnission and has assisted in ordering studio equipment. Most important, Morris was one of those who built the broadcasting system to its present level of success-success which not only justified but also demanded expansion of the center. 73 IERRY PRITCHETT spent the past stunmer as a tutor-counselor in Murray State University's Upward Bound program. While residing in the dorm which housed the girls in the program, Jerry came in close contact with the students and brought to them creative companionship and counselling. Although she was in a position of leadership, Jerry related to the girls in a manner which earned both their respect and friendship, and helped establish the rapport necessary for the success of the program. Jerry has also served as both vice-president and president of Wells Hall Dorm Council, and presently holds the title of Miss Murray State. 74 6 l IEA ETTE CATHEY began visiting Murray's art division regularly while still a student at University High, and her dedication to art has since made her one of the most outstanding students in the department. Jeanette is constantly doing research in the field of art history, and her knowledge of the sub- ject has made her an invaluable assistant in the art history office. A junior painting major, Jeanette was accepted into the Bachelor of Fine Arts program in 1968. Her paintings are extremely personalg their subtle organic colors reflect her interest and involvement in the natural elements. Jeanette works incessantly, and her already exceptional work continues to improve. 75 My 2 m ' W,g:i?? ' 1+ , w1gw:fQL, 'E mn ' LARRY TILLM AN will be remembered as one of Murray State's outstanding quarterbacks. In 1968 he was named Second Team All- American and the Offensive Player of the Year. He has set four new OVC records and tied a fifth. He holds every Mur- ray passing and total offense record for a single game, a season, and a career. In addition to his performance on the football field, he is also one of the most active members of the ROTC advanced corps. Because of his excellent perform- ance in this field, Larry was named ROTC Brigade Com- mander at Murray, and later was selected as Murray State University's Distinguished Military Graduate. 77 lf. .H Qiliwip M .Sk g nv N' , : , 3' , wg: 1 X x N 'V H -M 'HWWW' "F ,,,, W ,E Y , w 535'-4' ' X ., uiwqsfw T w W W vw ' fx Q ,-1 'B vw sports V- I7- In ,x XI '7- 2,1 ' fe'-, . 'C' Sr L , 'E J' M V1 G, 4, ! v X, W 4 Q 2 "" 2 -Q A ,Q X -I 1 z QQ XX Q Q Riu S ,,,, Q R 4 ra " 'dz I' -5 - 4 'L ff ' ,, aw-V K Q 'fr Q Q Q '45 aa 'msd 3. ,af J J if, ' , Q J , .ri ' ,L am., n 1 rv! 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Other varsity cheerleaders are Mimi Lester, Kay Garrott, Vicki Russell, Debbie Dibble, Kathy Sells, and Jane Morris. Julie Ben- ford is the captain of the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. Rita Craven, Joyce Hubbard, Yvette Watson, Peggy Hei- ser, and Carolyn Allen make up the remainder of the squad. xg? 108 1, t R Mx wi Pt' -niiff Q.. 1 s I IO 5 illlililiilllls Y' 1 rl r "" ' 3 . rg. 1 Q X . 'f XX C 3... N QL ig? ' Muni 1 ,, X V . , K ,M X? '4 , 1 if . Q W ,f - 5 V5 'M ,.,,u .M . T' Q, 254' f 4, ,,,, A A 1 1 f gf? L if A iff V w,,x?i-' 'I wwgf- 1 ,yy lwfkif ff W A A Rin "Z W f z ,A , W ,fy Lf A f", M ffffgfxi L " 5 ' f vi Q ' y , M ' " V ' ,cv 1111353 If Him fyqvzl. 4 M L - Iggy, Q:5wT5?9f?ZZfe97Q'Z4"'- if Mmm tw Qfflfif-.zk:ff?g1ffm'-:4gff?3.Q1f',:E m 4 ,. gr v f w:',gL,m ' f f W if A ,,,, , Jfjiiffi ' ,Q A , e J., A if 4 'W wwf? I' new 3' , W sp . V TQ, ? f dh am im- + ' 4 vh g f f .f':W'3iV " -........m.,. V af fnrwffw s Q V. fv Hin-M 4' .qv "' N Q .. X m Xf D? ,. 'A 'wig , sk. Il l ,K Q ff .. Rf -ff y .sw b STUDE T GGVERNMENT The Student Government of Murray State University is composed of the Student Organizationfthe official govern- ing body of the student government-Class Assembly, and the Judicial Board. Campus leaders are selected annually by popular vote of the student body, with the Judicial Board being appointed each year by the President of the Univer- sity from applications submitted by interested, eligible stu- dents. Members of the Student Government act as inter- mediaries between the student body and the administration. There are Student Government committees to cover every phase of each student's college life. Programs sponsored by the Student Government are also planned with the Mur- ray State student in mind. Some of the best-known programs sponsored by the Student Government for the student body are the student tutoring directories, social calendars, Regis- tration Board, and various concerts and lectures. f4'I,?tgw3 K ,. r -we nf t' ,ai ,gb rt- f me e R79 Q K' 'ai .1 - K 5 Brest.- STUDENT ORGANlZATlON-First Row: Wayne Swezig, Lee Engel, Lanette Underwood, Buzz Henry, Vivian Walton, Kathy Rayburn, Treva Everly, Barbara Schwabe, Rita Hurd. Second Row: Tom Morgan, Clifford Eubanks, Tom Shay, Wendy Hayden, Cathy Converse, Max Russell, Bob Westerfield, David Sparks, Clathly Beamer. Third Row: johnny Harrison, Gary Fields, Bob S oo . 14- l ........-.ur Bmw 'GN 553. Torn Shay, Treasurer, Max Russell, Vice-President, Rita Hurd, Secretary. THE CLASS ASSEMBLY-Left to Right: Nancy Mullin-s, Treva Everly, Carroll Hayden, Gwen Van Seyoc, Dana Puckett, David Sparks, Gary Thompson, Lee Engel, Cheryl Brown, Gary Fields, Margo Yieser, Vivian Walton, Cathy Converse, Greg McKeel, Susan Barr, Lynn Hodges. THE JUDICIAL BOARD-Seated: Mr. Auburn Wells, Advisor, Rose- mary Goad, Joe Day, Chairman, Deb Mathis, Mr. L. J. Hortin, Advisor. Standing: Jay Rayburn, Tom May- berry, Donald Stevenson, Steve Doug- las. 115' ELIZABETH HALL l 1 The Elizabeth Hall Council and Ofhcers, elected by the residing girls, is the governing body of the dormitory. Elizabeth Hall is a member of the Womenis Student Government Association. The council's functions are to provide an environment that is pleasant and congenial for working and living together to promote an atmosphere of quiet that is conducive to academic studies, to sponsor activities such as the Halloween and Christmas parties, open house, and Homecoming decorations. Left to Right: Qecilia Duncan, Jan Van Scyoc, Social Chairmeng Linda Snyder,'Treasurerg Mrs Berry, House Director, Carol Turley, President, Deb Mathis, Vice-President, Brenda Bridges, Secretary. Not Pzctured: Mrs. Ferguson, House Director. 116 Left to Right: Mrs. Sue Gearhart, House Directorg Janice Rainey, Mary Lambeau, Social Chair- meng Leslie Lewis, Treasurerg Susan Bailey, Secretary, Susan Shield, Vice-President, Brenda Jackson, President, and Mrs. Jane Brain, House Director. Q9 117 if if s HART HALL The Hart Hall Council and Officers, elected by the residents, is the governing body of the dormitory. It attempts to make the dormitory a happy and beneficial part of the college womanls life. Throughout the year, many functions are sponsored by these girls such as Halloween and Christmas parties, participation in Home- coming and other campus activities. y --wwf - - Y- - N . . k 4? HESTER HALL Hester Hall Oflicers and Council is the governing body of the newest girls' dormitory on campus. The council is elected by the residing girls. Hester Hall is a member of the Women's Student Government Association. During the year these girls engage in a number of activities and sponsor several events such as the Halloween and Christ- mas parties and open house. The council's functions are to pro- vide an environment that is pleasant and congenial for working and living together and to encourage self restraint and a spirit of cooperation among the girls. Left to Right: Vicki Funk, Treasurerg Karen Green, Cynthia Huff, Social Chairmang June Hutchens, Presidentg Pat Beaton, Vice-Presidentg and Jan Carter, Secretary. Not Pictured: Mrs.'Exie Hill and Mrs. Edra Hilliard, House Directors. ORDWAY HALL Ordway Hall Officers and Council is the governing body of the dormitory. The council strives to create a unified feeling among the girls and to give Ordway Hall a homelike atmosphere. The council plans and sponsors events of interest and enjoyment to all the girls, such as a Halloween party, Christmas party, open houses, and other such activities. Left'to Right: Joanne Newcomer, President g Margaret Pittman, Vice-Presidentg Carol Pate Secretaryg Lucy Cook, Social Chairman. ' 119 WELLS HALL The Wells Hall Council, 'elected by the resi- dents, serves as the governing body of the dor- mitory. The council sponsors a traditional 'cOld South" Open House, and the theme of South- ern Hospitality seems to prevail throughout the entire year. The dormitory also has Hallo- ween, Christmas, and farewell parties. Offers-Left to Right, Bottom Row: Ann Holbrook, WSGA Representative, Mary Famum Social Chairmang Mary Wright, Secretary. Top Row: Sue Short, WSGA Representative Sandy Sheets, Social Chairman, Janice Covington, Treasurerg Belinda Hughes, Vice-President Jerry Prichett, President. 6 Q gs Gases EMM-Mwmm 'Q 12.0 J 5 J agp!" 1 H ,,p:. , M' i I WOCDS HALL The council consists of representatives from each floor, one from each wing, and the officers elected in the spring of the previous year. During the year the council engages in a number ,of activities. One of its main objectives is to encourage self- restraint and a spirit of cooperation. The council also spon- sors several events, including the annual Christmas, Open House, and dorm parties. ,dw- Qficers-T-Left to Right: Stephanie Scherer, Treasurerg Cheryl Underwood, So- c1a.l'Cha1rmang Jean Everett, Secretaryg Brenda Feast, Presidentg Cindy DeWitt, Assistant Secretary 3 Sherri Lochridge, Assistant Social Chairman. Not Pictured: Janice Lockwood, Vice-President. ,.. ,-5 5' 3- I ff? 'E 'N Q -uw xx 7 ..-T , t -I-:ZQLZ 2 1- h ii- 2. W 1 ,. V . . an ' Y, I A ng N Q, Q.JeQM.rQa3I5Qa: ' 'ff we ,L -vj:'g4i j A --L- 1 i 1355 ' ffl ix ,w w LW' ' 'bm wk QW f 1' ' Q fgmvb-1A A ' ',', fl ' ' I M,xf,, -g'Vf'f-7'AL.f-W' my Y 535543-AqLgr,NikkL,.Qg5J, V , . mf- .L M h. f 'W p i - f wr ' 'W f . ., 1 . .,-H 4' ,wir if V. . A f y, 1 '42 wfivlf' K ' ,V fi?"::'5Q'C: 0. a'g-sw. ,, ,1"52'f. 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' if x ' 'W v 5 " ' ,,"vfm 9 Patrick McManamy, Presiden-tg Tim McEnroe, Vice-Presidentg Bill Schook, Secretaryg Stanley Schiher, Treasurerg Bob Wasterfield, Student Org. Representative. MEN'S DCR CCUNCIL The main goal of the Men's Interdormitory Council is the improvement of campus life for residents of the men's dormitories. Every floor of every dormitory elects members to form the council. The council provides a means of communication and understanding between students and the administration to develop leadership in recommending policies for dorm living. 2- 1.-1 CLARK HALL The Clark Hall Council is the governing body of Clark Hall. It makes the rules and de- termines the policies of the menls dormitory. The council works under the supervision of the House Director, Norman O. Lane, to pro- mote a healthy atmosphere for study and an environment most beneficial to the majority. Clark Hall represents a dignified student resi- dence for gentlemen. J, Z2 ,ge l Dennis Williamson, Chairmang Don Ericson, Vice-Chairmang Mike Whitty, Secretary-Treas urer. Not Shown: Martin Fody, Social Director. I 114. tt, ,i, ,M it an of Earl Brezidine, Presidentg Mark Van Sluyters, Vice-Presidentg Mark Garrett, Secr Treasurerg Nick Nuciforo, Social and Athletic Diector. FRANKLI etary- 9 I . A -gy af . "- 1 i .. . in X' ,. ...,.. ..- r F X 6 is HALL Residents of Franklin Hall elect their governing body, the Franklin Hall Coun- cil. The council strives to provide an en- vironment conducive to living and work- ing togetherg to give a feeling of oneness throughout the dormg and to assist the Inter-Dormitory Council. X A fy W! A K ,Qs fiSf'XijLk2ll'fGtX QQKQMW M sm , W f it fe xg wif- Qi :""!l-- Frank Wright, Chairmang Timothy j. Wilcox, Vice-Chairmang Jim Morgan, Secretary- Treasurerg Jack Davies, Social Director. 11.7 SPRINGER HALL The Springer Hall Council, in its sec- ond year of operation, continues to carry out its goal of mediation between dormi- tory residents and the administration. This dormitory is noted for its conduction of a highly successful Open House each year. i.. . -- X f .LQ- , gf - ' , .. , iw -aw 1 1 .sw . 4 X 5 K 1 X 3 N , X X M uk 5 Ms... ,QV QQ. ,ef fx V . , f A-.N .,.'Q4K.,, A' , .V 4 ,f ,. ,--qw-lu .-..-mu nunnqp- ? wwwusk onus-. .a.. sf Carlton Parker, Editor. of 5 I Randall Poe, Business Manager and Mr. Vernon Anderson, Advisor. THE SHIELD Continuity is the ultimate goal of the 1969 SHIELD. From the first pages on, effort was made to unify the book into a flow that would be evident even in the final sections. The opening section combines definitive photography and concise statement to capture not so much the events of 1969, but the mood that the year contained. Carrying this idea into other sections was no easy task, and there are times when the task proved impossible, The sports section, the introduction to the Greek section, and the final epilogue evoke the same ideas and moods found in the opening section, and the Nstaticw pages which are sandwiched between them are an accurate reference of the groups and individuals who belong to the University. I2 The 1969 SHIELD Staff. Carlton Parker David Sensing .... Randall Poe ...... Austin Byers ..... Lawrence Anderson David Zatz ....... Deb Mathis .. Liz Jewell Drake Cutini ..... Jo Ann Bertram .. Bev Hogan ...... Carol Cunningham Sally Holt , ........ .................. . . Lee Engel ....... Liz Sanders ...... Lyllis Whitford .. Libby Berry .... Gwen Davis ..... Connie Wiseman . 1969 SHIELD Staff Assistant Editor Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager ..............Photographer . .... Photographer Copy Distinction Sports . ............ Organization Editor Editor Editor Editor Organization Editorls Assistant Organization Editor's Assistant Greek Military .....Administration and Faculty Classes Classes . . . . Classes .. Index Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor 130 is-""' David Sensing, Assistant Editor. je 'un Q, 4, , 9 I Austin Byers, Assistant Business Manager. 3' i , ., 1 l ,- .g f ff'-s A Q A -sfiz :fs -5 mg. s.k, 2 - Qi fs 1 ' -A fr 3 "5 J:-1 rf-'W " . HHHXHI I I David Zatz, Photographer- Larry Anderson, Photographe X 131 I'. ' lE MURRAY STATE 131 title-'kilt Vicki Russell Wornen's Editor Lee Stein Sports Editor Lynn Rennirt Bus. Mgr. Karl Harrison Editor Pat Moynahan News Deb Mathis Features Joel McPherson Mark Mallory Bob Grossman Janet Kirchcofer Steve Etherton Joanna Comisack Mary Stivers Shirley O'Brien Bob Johnson Jerry Baine Bob Shook John Galt Rainey Troupe Lynn Rennzrt, Business Managerg Karl Harrixon, Editor. .WH :B F1 Fd v' -r JI. 6 , . I ' 1 fc-L . " Gi' 5' - fwsv HONORS Steve Reagan Dale Latta James Glass Ronald Burton President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Phyllis Cunningham, Chapter Sweetheart ALPHA KAPPA PSI The Eta Iota Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, a national professional business fraternity, was installed at Murray State University on February 20, 1966. Alpha Kappa Psi seeks male business majors who: recog- nize the importance of a brotherhood of men with common . .., -- ,,,,. , 7 2 1 'G' 1 ,J ,ag it tb , 5' V? is S 9' ,, 4 A V ,E. Q .1 ,,,v. fin .V 'Wig ,. . , ggi 5 8 tw ,U,,EwW, . 1 m s t Wg 5 , w e A fr e fam, . interestg have proved themselves capable of accepting re- sponsibility related to their field of studyg and desire to develop the growth of the fraternity through their personal contributions. r,,, Fifff Rvwf , eeer Barry Bingham re La aa it ii' if- Edward Aftuck Q V 32 V 1 ' Ken-t Bradley xifilf' y r r Allen Epstein , , Ron -t ..,..,,. W, ' "f Don Franklin .. .. Q ,J ' V . Dale Gutherie I I -v , . 'sz Q Second Row: - , "" "H fi A lalr R1-fhafd low ,:.,. . C.. L- r. Ja-fls Kelllhef .f rte -2 Davld Kms Gary Konrad 2 ., V Q L BObbY Martin V -Qj:m,,. ,,, YZ! u K J ,ir ,NA J ,,,, ,,.,,5.5,i,5,:7 E:j,::, Torn Mears is , 'sf Third Row: wg iefvefsfga V f ,www ,amps Ken M1111 an , ,... , . g V - -A y .rr iere , B111 Parker ' 1- . .- iwiw ' 1: M 51 ' 'Y Q fe Carlton Parker - , -- , , , vi 1 f . Randall Poe t . 3 . ,V ' ' , Q 1' 2. 3 , Rodney Poe 'tif' ' ' 1- 'wfT?3'YV9t Q A , I ,f'. "5 - ff Q 'fi'Q5iil3' ' r. iirrr ' f ' H it 7' Bob PPWS if P' 43' A Pat R102 -e W- - ., A " ' - f V. "" Bob Saveley V Q L .A iyrr Charles Lounsbury, Advisor A , ' V , '- Clyde McDonald, Advisor .ri . F I 'law 4 , 'sf' - 'i 'v zwfili' . ,4 f - 5, , . , , , L, ,,t L ,,,, ,, K ,. W - -V i---- 135 " l l 4 1 l I -A Sara Jo Wood Linda Ryan Janie Hills Editor Treasurer Secretary ALPHA LAMBDA DE To obtain membership in Alpha Lambda Delta, women students must maintain a 3.5 grade standing during their freshman year. Members of this national society may join after their first or second semester and remain active during the latter half of their freshman and entire sophomore years. First Row: Dianna Alexander Martha Barrow Melanie Boyd Jena Davis Treva Everly Helen Frishe Margaret Grubbs Second Row: Carol Hammann Linda Hargiss Donna Honchul Janie Jacob Carolyn James Terry Lichtenberg Sherri Lochridge Third Row: Sherian Melvin Paula Moore Linda Morse Janie Nelson Valrie Pinto Lana Pyle Kathy Rayburn Fourth Row: Linda Redmond Nancy Swoboda Connie Watson Debbie Smith Patsy Tharp President Vice President LTA 136 Karl Harrison Vice-President Russ DiBello, President ALPHA PHI GAMMA The Gamma Theta chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma, na- tional honorary journalism fraternity, was established at Murray State in 1951. They strive to recognize individual ability, to serve and promote the university through journalism, and to establish , 4- ' EL '54 Lynn Rennirt Cathy Shook Pat Moynahan Secretary Treasurer Bailiff an air of fraternity among the members. They sponsor the- 6'Glamor Girli' contest each spring and they also publish the Fuze, a humor magazine which goes on sale at the end of the year. f 'V First Row: , ,Lanet garroll w i A L' K eggy Wyer 5' Martin Kady 11 ,, .ge ,s , Paul Knue f , f ' , Keith Lawrence Sandy Lawrence ' ,, . M1 Gerald Lusk Second Rozy: JF 9 ui Tom Mathews L fx I is lgebl lgidatlhis I ' " au xc ii D 'd S ' is A if ,E Pliiiil stuiiiimg 'Ni' ? - , 4 Dr. C. Dale Lemons Paul Guess Jim Ingle Trustee Treasurer Secretary EPSILO PI TAU Beta Gamma Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, honorary pro- fessional Industrial Arts and Vocational Industrial Frater- nity, mfas established at Murray in 1956. Its purpose is to recognize skill, promote efficiency, and foster and reward First Row: Eddie R. Adams I Dan Blakenship a RQbel't TQWIOF James Seymore, President I Vice-President research. High scholastic standing, character, and sincere interest in Industrial Education are among the requirements for membership. ., .W , H .iiii T I Jimmy Culpepper I . Thomas Fusco ' , f , ' ' James M. Gagnon ' L .p A . if tw Bobby H. Hayes . ,. , A VZ Second Row: , Robert Jennings .fi . . . ,Q I ., ' as Robert Jones I i" ' John Jurisa ' ' Paul Lynn U Q, X 'Wt 4, Joseph Kesslar -ff A - " 'La - z ,, . ,V . - A I I 5 e n K H1 .ii , 'cffitiif '1 ' Sf w Q91 rf 1? ff it 'H' if Phillip R. Klapp I , , i f lk rr N K M Orrin Maine Third Row: Donald McCuiston ff. 'V Archie Miller ' ,V V Thomas Mitchum Curtis L. Moseley f ' -' ' ,,Q' K Denzil Nesmifh if Max Outland ' 'I W 1 tx Kenneth Perry i Fourth Row: V In Gene Sinkler . ' 1 . John Steczak 'K Robert Summers ,, , I' f WM t Y James C. Turner 2 -- , Dr. Don Vanl-Ierck if I V' ,- George Ward ' ' , I 'Y ' ' f 3 , 2 43 W' is to if lb- 1 . 1 in-M if f ,, ,,.. ,sv 4 wg 2. Az' I tlrllr rlrl I I if fs ,J E, fam Vx Kg x Ev ,L Ronald Weseloh Fifth Row: Kenneth Wilson Kenneth Winters .Lf Q X . 'Q hh .Q ' .' . V, ' I H . ,, . QE" i I It . . ,... . . I , . 5 J E, 38 . 1. 4 fi 2 ,. .W if .,,,, in 4 fi M5 ia, tg? Keith Omer, President Steve Divine Harris Howard Larry Thompson Gary Thomsberry First Vice-President Second Vice-President Recording Secretary Treasurer ALPHA PHI OMEGA We brothers of Alpha Phi Omega feel that "service to humanity is the best work of life." We endeavor to serve the people of our nation, community, and university. Founded in the fall of 1963, Xi Omega chapter sponsors a charity drive and'the annual Book Exchange, among other valuable services. Each year we broaden our goals and programs with the intent of offering services to every person on the Murray State campus. First Row: Jerry Burnett David Carson Bob Cole jerry Elliott Charles Faughnan Don Gill Bob Grossman Second Row: Bob Holden I David Howard Joe Kerr Mike Lusk Arthur Marx Marshall Moss Hugh Outland Third Row: Bob Reader jim Senior Bill Spalding Doug Swindler Carol Luther Kay Sanders Barbara Stigall Connie Mayor Joan Perkins President Fl!'St Vice-President Second Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Kappa Omicron Phi is a national home economics honor They strive to cultivate higher ideals of living with a society for women with a 3.3 standing in home economics deeper appreciation of home life, and to attain broader subjects and a 2.8 standing in other subjects. The Alpha social, intellectual, and cultural standards Sigma chapter was established at Murray in May 1961. Fifi' Row: WM , .iii,, 3 it .','r f crrt Lynn Barger L .,,' Mary Jane Boyer , 5 ' S :- . ftz Myra Bucs' at , ' f - Phyllis Canter J it -an rttt - - -as J , -- 'Sf Judy Carlisle - ' f ' s '-1't' ' -,,f J ',', 'gg J Linda Germain V " ' Q , Suzanne Hall 4" in M W Second Row: Linda Hawkins Sue Heltsle Y Faye Henry Melva Holt Sheri Hurd Barbara Jewell Connie Jones Third Row: Sharon Johnson Patsy Jones Susan Morris Brenda Oakley Kay Ruchti Sharon Thomas ,- 'Ea ,W ,t,1 at , ,,., - r ,,1, ' wi 4 wr - . L- ,iq ,mt ff, -'af .- W A ,. ,,,i1,-Mathias w f, , -,,., ,, s,A. 3, ,,,, W . WEE fl A 3' . ' - ""S""u' ,gag t,-V,V V VJVV ,IV ,,., In I .mm , iii? 1 1, Nl 5 .M . V V H, 4 rsltei 14.0 4 4 Q 3 W 5 ! X, 52 kg 22:1 3 , f M7 J! f -1, ,MM f 1 M J V if I I 75 ' in VX? - wi V, Q x. I' Q., 622 A 1 gy 1755 M ,fy A 1 W L sh, 584 1' ,V R 1 'E Q Mk, , , ,A 5 -W , 5 , ky, I 542-Y , w., f , 4 14 4 W g g, 'f n 440, i f f ,,,, , ,, ' v ' ' f , ,Vh, A,,,, 1 , ,AA 45 f uw ! 29 3, , , ,K ff , ,, H ,, wwf , 3, V V, Ixh , in "" 1 5 , V , ,,,, V "mmf Si? .. L f ' 5 , V , . .. f V iam 1.3 .:, , ifykdk K M gf L- W , 2 w1i',, H ,..... 1 W , , .15 ei lk ,F "" "?3IW:gi3'7' " I , , Z X 4 , .V ,mu 5? Q 4? M 'Q v F , LLM, W Evelyn Miller Sherry Wolfe Margaret Hughes Phyllis Whitney Harold Johnson President Corresponding Sec. Treasurer Recording Secretary Vice President The Gamma Upsilon Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was estab- create interest and scholarship 1n busmess and professional lished at Murray State University in July 1953. life. High scholastic standing, credit requlrements, and a The purposes of this national honor society for business well-rounded hfe are several requirements for membership education majors are to encourage, promote, extend, and First Row: Thomas Abell Carol Anderson Diana Belew Shirley Cairel Sharon Caudill Diana Choate Doris Crawford Second Raw: Linda Harris Katherine Harrison Kathy Krekich Martha Maruca Larry Miller Bonnie Parrent Mary Paschall Third Rozv: Raymond Pellegrino El Reba Reagan Brenda Richerson Jane Rogers Donna Rowland Joyce Wells Nancy Willis Fourth Row: Lois Wooton Verda Happy 142. Ivan Potter Mary Joh Colclasure Bill Spalding John B. Eyans Jimmy Jackson, President . u , V1ce-President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman GAMMA THETA UPSILG Iota Psi chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, a national Membership is OPCH to all ge0gI'aPhY 1T121j0I'S With Certain professional geography fraternity, was founded at Murray on May 5, 1966. At present, there are over 15,000 members i0PiCS- in over 110 chapters throughout the United States. scholastic standings and a special interest in geographical V First Row: A i Maholm Berry ' soy Brown ' -- . 'Wi Q. 1 ay. aff 1 1 .1 1 1 snta 1 11 Dfwld Cflder 1 Stk S' V ,11 ' 1 2 ' rslr J .. 1 ig lame French h ,th . 1 ,.,L Z .. . fan , Rlchard Marrazzo f 1 A L 1 ' - 1 ' 1 if 1 - 1' 1 1 second Row . s,r.' : 1 1 1 1 1, Qobm Mlfchell Yi 2 ' 2 3 1 l""" A "ff 5 f ' "1'-, avmond Moore 1 - - 1 Slim? fam :uv .,,,. .3 H . ,V. y,. 3 .1- 1, .1 1 ay 01' .,,1 Eugene Watson 1 Y ' 1 '-1' David Wortham 14-3 Dan Thomas Debbie Dibble Peggy Zachary Janice Lockwood Jack Hibbs President Treasurer Corresponding Sec. Recording Secretary Vice President SIGMA DELTA The Beta chapter at Murray State University was char- tainment and the development of professional knowledge tered in 1966. Membership is limited to physical education Sigma Delta provides for its members the opportumtv to majors who have attained a 3.0 standing in the field of work together in a professional atmosphere under the guid physical education and a 2.5 overall. V It has as its purpose the promotion of high scholastic at- First Row: Cindy Almendinger Sylvia Almendinger Mike Bussiere Carol Cutini Dolores Dukes Darlene Leonard Fred Makoxzy Second Row: Michael Maruca Sharon Patterson Kay Pinkley Denny Potts Mary Jane Rayburn Bob Reader Carol Stopper Third Row: Linda Stovall Sally Taylor Dale Wilson Debbie Woolfolk ance of its faculty sponsors 144 Marilyn King, President Pam Werder Mary Filer Glenn Malchow Dr. Charles W. Moore Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor PSI CHI Psi Chi, an aililiate of the American Psychological Asso- ciation, is the national honor society in psychology. This organization seeks to promote fellowship among psy- chology majors and minors at MSU, and to familiarize these students with developments in the field of psychology. Psi Chi has begun several projects which hopefully will become annual events. These include: a Christmas service project, a spring field trip to Western State Hospital and ls , I . , . , . 1 5 5 A ,C 4 QL ' El y , 'N Qt e,,,' 5 Z.. i f f X g M t,,t , te,o ,, Outwood Childrenls Hospital, a spring banquet, and par- ticipation in the Southeastern Regional Convention of Psi Chi at New Orleans, held in conjunction with the annual convention of the Southeastern Psychological Association. In addition, Psi Chi annually presents an award to the out- standing senior psychology student, chosen by the professors in the psychology department and presented at the honors day ceremonies in the spring. F int Raw: Bonni Balz Barbara Bost Nancy Bullard Barbara Casey Jim Cooper Drake Cutini Brenda Fields Second Row: Bill Flynn Rosemary Goad Russ Lyles Janey Nelson Carol Pique Sherry Smith Linda Snyder Third Row: JoAnn Thomas john Thomas Q .- P39 . nfl? ' 4 V i V i 1 l x i l l i ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi is a campus-wide honor society which epito- mizes academic excellence. Each year, the top two percent of the Junior class and the top three per cent of the Senior class become eligible for membership. The purpose of the society is to encourage sound scholar- ship and devotion to the truth. It is opposed to bigotry, narrowness, and discrimination on any basis other than genuine merit. In a day in which mediocrity and opportunism character- ize much of higher education, Alpha Chi demonstrates that quality and standards are yet feasible. First Row: John Asbell Jennifer Bailey Mary Balch Barbara Bost Sharon Boling Barbara Brown Judy Carlisle Second Row: Diana Cavitt Carol Champion Linda Clark Patsy Copeland Doris Crawford William Croft Sharon Cronch Third Row: Bill Flynn Karen Franklin Connie Garrett Nancy Godfrey Joseph Griggs Iudith Hargis Glenda Henson Fourth Row: E. L. Lancaster Alice Lemonds Karen Mayberry Mary Mitchell Susan Morris Brenda Oakley William Parmley Fifth Row: Michael Peek Margaret Pittman Ronnie Ragsdale Mary Robbins Donna Rowland Gene Sowell Jacqueline Swanson Sixth Row: Thomas Wallis Mary Werner Joyce Wooten Lois Wooten Peggy Zachary Dr. James A. Parr 14.6 Left to Right, Front Row: Cathy Dowdy, Vice-President, Deanna Olson, President, Maribeth Kaegi, Recording Secretary, Pat Clayton, Treasurer. Second Row: Nancy Hughes, Corresponding Secretary, Donna Egbert, Chaplain, Becky Grant, Editor, Cheryl Benda, Sergeant at arms. ZA 14-7 r SIGMA ALPHA IOTA The Iota Beta chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, interna- tional professional fraternity for women in the Held of music, was installed at Murray on February 3, 1939. Our purposes are to develop scholarship, social life, and the higher ideals of musical understanding of each member. Iota Beta annually sponsors an "All Campus Singfl co-sponsors "Campus Lightsw and the "Contemporary Arts Festivalf, and presents concerts and monthly mu- sicales. Over 82,000 in scholarships are awarded annu- ally to outstanding freshmen by joint efforts of Iota Beta and Phi Mu Alpha. An annual "Pop', Doyle Schol- arship is awarded to an outstanding upperclass woman. First Row: Nancy Berry Dinah Sue Cherry Lucie Cook Cathy Dowdy Susan Downie Vicki Dunkerson Donna Egbert Second Row: Nancy Godfrey Becky Grant Linda Hargiss Kathy Harshey Nancy Hughes Charlotte Jones Ginger jones Third Row: Maribeth Kaegi janet Mochel Cluny MacPherson Deanna Olson Becky Romer Linda Sigler Donna Stinnette Fourth Row: Sarah Strode Dana Tichenor Judy White Left to Right: Fred Black, Treasurerg Joe Grant, Vice-Presidentg R. W. Farrell, Advisor, Ed Welte, Presidentg E. L. Lancaster, Secretary. PHI MU ALPHA The professional men's fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, is best known for its yearly presentation of "Campus Lights," the proceeds of which are used par- tially for scholarships given to incoming freshmen and totaling approximately 31,000 to 81,100 The main purposes of the Gamma Delta chapter in- clude the advancement of music in America and broth- erhood among the members who are students of music. 1 1 1 K WF 14 ., i K 3 5 X,." 12: r st Firxt Row: William Averitt Alan Baker Fred Black Kent Bradley Tim Cariel Bill Cannon Keith Cash Second Row: John Chaffin Claude Coller Jim Cooper Roger Cox Leonard Crawford Don Foster Roger Garbers Third Row: Alan Gardner Gary Garland Thomas George Dennis Goodwin Joe Grant Larry Hall Gareth Hardin Fourth Row: Bobby Hayes Wayne Hodge Doug Horn Richard Jones E. L. Lancaster Arved Larson Rick Lassiter Fifth Row: David Madison Dale Miller Melvin Moore Gerald McGuire Phillip Pitt Don Reiss Gary Robertson Sixth Row: Paul Ross David Shaner Hilton Thomas Byron Toney Tom Vanarsdel Johnny Wallace Ed Welte Seventh Row: Don Whitis Steve Wyatt GAMMA BETA PHI Dane Gantt, President, Lois Wooten, Vice-Presidentg Jeannette Powell, Recording Secretary, Joyce Wooten, Corresponding Secretary, Lonzo Gr1f- fith Treasurer. The Alpha chapter of Gamma Beta Phi was chartered at Murray State University in January 1965. The Murray State chapter of Gamma Beta Phi was the Hrst in Kentucky and third in the nation. The purpose of Gamma- Beta Phi is to promote scholar- ship and leadership as well as to be of service to the college and the community. The Murray chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha was established March 15, 1941, as the first national college honor society at Murray State University. Through merger with Delta Sigma Rho in 1963, the Murray chapter is now Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha. DELTA SIGMA RHO TAU KAPPA ALPHA Requirements for membership are flj "participation, as a student, at a high level of excellence, in at least two years of intercollegiate forensics or original speaking activity, and Q21 shall rank in the upper third of his class." The Murray chapter sponsored the 20th Annual High School Debate-Discussion Workshop, the 3rd Annual High School Oratory-Interpretation Workshop, and the 5th An- nual Old Gray Mare Intercollegiate Debate Tournament. Kappa Delta Omicron is a men's honorary society whose purpose is to recognize those students who have distin- uished themselves through scholastic achievement and KAPPA DELTA OMICRON g 1 l ' OFFICERS: Tom Mayberry, Presidentg Sammy Knight, Vice-Presidentg campus activity. Joe Grant, Treasurerg John Winter, Secretary. -4--gr zfs-? .7 5928+811 in The Society for Physics Students awards distinction to those of high scholarship in physics by election to member- ship, to promote student interest in research and the study of advanced physics, to promote fellowship among the stu- dents and the faculty in physics and closely related sciences. and to stimulate interest in physics among the general col- legiate public. 151 SCCIETY FOR PHYSICS STUDENTS ,v ,,,g,, ,5,,,,.,,A , .. E ' ' '7Z7EV2712i' Q , '3ki7S77i6 S l ,, A v M W2 Y , ,h.,, 1,+fwvM4,wMH:W I W Z i , 2 My, iff Jaw f 27,7 f X , M 4 , WZ 7 E? 5 f Q 5 f ? 3 K ,1W,m5m4ef4y4 A f Q if , iff Mg g ig Q11 ' Qi r ,,,- ig Vw - af? 2 WH as W '42, ,M A ' ff ??2,, V , fligw , V, 72: ,,, 3,11 0 1 Wk 31 W in ,iff 9' WI? if 3 AZ 1 f RADIO CENTER The radio center is the "voice of Murray State? Written, directed, and produced by Murray State students, the radio center continued its efforts to provide actual experience in radio-television work on the campus. The center televised the entire Inauguration ceremony in the fall, and gave coverage to those events of interest to Murray State students. Preparations near completion for the 600-foot tower that will make the radio center the 300-watt voice of Murray State University. 'im 153 5,5 WHO'S WHC IN AMERICAN Fint Row: John Asbell, Physics, Larry Beth, Chemistry, Carolyn Coryell, Nursing, James Cul- pepper, Industrial Arts, Joseph Day, Political Science, Peggy Dwyer, Journalism. Second Row: Patricia Fralick, Business Education, Don Frank- lin, Accounting, Pam Garland, Biology, Benjamin Humphrey, Pre-Med, Marilyn King, Psy- chology, Sammy Knight, Po- litical Science. Third Row: Judith Koch, Mathematics, Alice Lemonds, Chemistry, Anita Lynn, History, Robert Lynn, Music, Tom Mayberry, Mathematics, Karen Mayberry, Nursing. Fourth Row: Linda Messel, Ele- mentary Education, Brenda Oak- ley, Home Economics, Ronald Ragsdale, Psychology, Jay Ray- burn, Political Science, Kay Ruchti, Home Economics, Rich- ard Rudolph, Agriculture. Fifth Row: Ann Schneider, His- tory, David Sparks, English, Larry Tillman, Physical Educa- tion, Byron Toney, Music Edu- cation, Stuart Voelpel, Chemis- try, Sandra Wallace Elementary Education. Sixth Row: Jerry Wells, Mar- keting, Mary Beth Werner, English, Art Wilkinson, Physi- cal Education, Mary Younger- man, Chemistry. Not Pictured: joe Grant, Music, Peggy Hull, History. COLLEGES AND U IVERSITIES 154 F1 F4 f' if -r I s ,A . If .W ?s J CLUBS I AGRICULTURE CLUB The Agriculture Club objectives include the development of both leadership and scholarship among students in agri- culture and the maintenance of close personal relationships between the students and faculty. Its annual program of activities, calling for a broad base of membership participa- tion, contains the Field Day that brings to the Murray State campus some 1,000 high school boys for a day of work and visitation, a club banquet, and numerous other social events. OFFICERS Richard Rudolph .................. . . . President Danny Rudolph . . . ............ . . . Secretary Jerry Coleman . . . ....... Reporter Dwight Kowen .... ......... T reasurer Frank Orr ...... . . . Social Chairman Coy Atwood . . . .... Cha lain . . . . . . p Mr. Bill Cherry .... ......... A dvisor BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union reaches out to the entire campus in an effort to relate the Christian Faith to the acal demic disciplines. Opportunities for development in Chris- tian maturity include devotional services, discussion groups, mission projects, and recreational activities. OFFICERS Rodney Poe . . . ................ ..... P resident Bill Parker ...... .. Vice-President Peggy Powell .... ......... S ecretary Cathy Arendall .... .... M usic Chainnan Sandy Bethel .... ..... M issions Chairman Linn Sandusky ...... Publicity Chairman Byron Christmas . . . ...... Student Center Chairman Linda Stovall ...................... Y.W.A. President David Hazelwood ..... International Relations Chairman Larry Nichols ..... ........ Y outh Team Coordinator Rebecca Tarry ...... ........,....... E ditor Mr. Lloyd Cornell .......................... Director I ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION The Murray State University Association for Childhood Education is a branch of the Association for Childhood Education International. Its puri- poses are to work for the education and well-being of childreng to raise the standards of teaching prep- aration and encourage professional growthg and to inform the public of childrerfs needs. OFFICERS President ..................... Joyce Woaten First Vice-President ............. Twila Adams Second Vice-President . . . .... Gayle Dollins Third Vice-President . , . .... Ken Bailey Secretary ........... . . . Carolyn James Treasurer .............. . . . Sandra Cash 1 I The purpose of the Industrial Education Club is to assist in the professional and technical development of the student by providing experiences other than those he may encounter in his classes. The programs for the monthly meetings are aimed in their direction, as are other activities, such as industrial plant visits and attendance at state and national professional meetings. The club also seeks to con- tribute to the need of its members for social activity, and the climax of the year is the Spring Fish Fry, which has become a traditional event. Among the more significant undertakings of the club are the an- nual Open House Exhibit, held during Commencement Week, and the awarding of an annual scholarship to a promising upper class student. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATIGN CLUB Bonita Chrisman, President, Jackie Swanson Karen White Kay Adams Miss Rezina Senter Vice-President Corresponding Sec. Treasurer Advisor ALPHA BETA ALPHA Alpha Beta Alpha, honorary library science fraternity, is the only undergraduate organization of its kind in the United States. Epsilon chapter was installed at Murray State Uni- versity on January 17, 1953. The fraternity is open to any college man or woman who is majoring or minoring in library science and is interested in furthering their profes- sional knowledge, promoting friendship and serving as a recruiting agent for future librarians. The motto of Alpha Beta Alpha is "Books, People, Seryice, Life." First Row: Felda Adams Carol Aycock Caroline Baker Paul Berschied Linda Brown Gayle Dollins Bonnie Goodman Second Row: Linda Holden Billie Kampsen Renee Logston Heicha Kim . Marty Lusk th, - V Barbara Milburn Pam Mumford Third Row: Cherie Paschall Cindy Pritchard Mary Jane Rayburn Carol Schmidt Connie Turner Valorie Umbach Dulcie Waldrop Fourth Row: Cecile White Mrs. Edna Damell 160 Ken Stinnette Larry Oglesby Buel Stalls Treasurer Vice-President Vice-President PHI BETA LAMBDA The Delta Gamma chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was officially installed at Murray State University on February 13, 1952. Membership includes students from all fields of business. We endeavor to foster a further study of business, First Row: Kenneth Beaven Diana Belew Diana Cavitt Thomas Cefalo Doris Crawford Amanda Glass James Glass Second Row: Kathleen Madry Evelyn Ogato Linda Reed Marilyn Rice Dennis Schmidt Cathy Shook Spencer Solomon Third Row: Karen Swain 161 Dale Hager David King, President Vice-President encourage scholarship, promote closer affiliation between the business world and students of business, and to further higher standards of business ethics. John Hughes, Fall President ,AQQW Phil Craig, Spring President Mike Bussiere Vice-President Ed D'Aloisio Secretary Treasurer VETERANS CLUB The Murray State University Veterans Club' consists of former members of the Armed Forces. The club was orga- nized in 194-6 by veterans returning from Wforld War II. Since then, the veterans club has not only grown in mem- bership but has participated in many campus and commu- nity relation functions. We are particularly proud of our annual functions which include the Christmas decorating of the lNIurray Calloway County Hospital Convalescent Di- vision, the Childrenls Home visit to Kaintuck Territory and the Red Towel Dance after the W'estern basketball game. The purpose of the veterans club is to aid the servicemen who are starting or returning to college. Our club aids the veteran by offering a social atmosphere that is conducive to adaptation of the veteran to student life. A. Marty Mislan Bi11Benak Sergeant at Arms fi rtt ' 162. First Row: Ivan Bailey, John Barlow, Kenneth Beaven, William Carter, L. E. Clifford, William Cottringer, Bernard Cox. Second Row: Jerry Dick, Jim Gagnon, R. L. Gamertsfelder, Russ Gilbert, Harry Golden, Jeff Gauch, Ronald Miller. Third Row: Danny Oldham. I MODERN DANCE CLUB The Modern Dance Club was organized at Murray State in November 1968. Membership is offered to students in- terested in creative dance and performance. The members perform at area high schools in the spring. Our club is the First out of all those established at other universities to give an annual dance concert in the spring. 164 The Russian Club is composed of students who actively show an interest in the Russian language and the Russian way of life. The meetings are concerned with the instruc- tion of students about the Russian educational system and the social-political life of the people. Russian films are an occasional event at the meetings. RUSSIAN CLUB OFFICERS Charles Young ................... ..... P resident Mort Kouklan .... . . . Vice-President Mrs. Bill Call . . . ..... Secretary Mr. Bill Call ..... Treasurer Prof. Boris Schiel . . . . . . Advisor STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION Each member of SNAK acts as a "Big Sisterw to an in- coming nursing student and consults with her throughout the year. Members are engaged in projects continually -lur- ing the year, such as-card sale, style show, all-campus sing, toys for pediatric ward at Murray Hospital, recruit- ment of girls into nursing, and a Christmas party for the welfare children in Murray. Our big event was as co-host to the State Student Nurses Association of Kentucky Convention in October at Gilberts- ville. OFFICERS Florence Walliser .......................... President Martha Goatley . . . . . . lst Vice-President Carol Turley .......... .... 2 nd Vice-President Linda F. Clark QMrs.j .... . . . Recording Secretary Cathy Egner ........... 4 .......... Treasurer Mary Jo Arndt fMrs.j .... .... A clvisor DAMES CLUB The Murray State University Dames Club is an organi- zation for married women who are wives of students or stu- dents themselves. The Murray State Chapter has been as- sociated with the National Association of University Dames since 1958. The purpose of the society is to provide social, recrea- tional, and cultural opportunities for it smembers and to establish among them a spirit of good fellowship. The Dames club annually sponsors the Mrs. Murray State Contest and a baby contest. At the annual Spring Banquet, the most outstanding member of the club is honored with a silver charm bracelet and the title of "Ideal Damef' while mem- bers who are wives of graduating seniors are presented with P.H.T. CPutting Hubby Throughj awards. I HOME ECONOMICS CHAPTER The Home Economics Chapter is a professional organiza- tion. It is affiliated with the American Home Economics Association and the Kentucky Home Economics Association. A scholarship is given each year to an outstanding high school senior girl who wishes to further her training in the field of home economics at Murray State. Two scholarships are also given to two chapter members who have most con- tributed to the chapter. The chapter aims are to develop professional attitudes and interest by providing opportunities for working with faculty and students of our university, to meet and know people who are successfully practicing the profession, to provide opportunities for the development of leadership abilities, to take the Hrst step toward professional recogni- tion, and to seek an understanding of people everywhere. OFFICERS: Susan Morris, Presidentg Susan Kerr, Vice-Presi- dentg Marie Lennon, Secretaryg Connie Jones, Treasurerg Donna Honchul, Historiang Sherri Lochridge, Social Chairmang Nancy Veatch, Publicity Chairman. ' 67 l SOCIOLOGY CLUB The goal of the Sociology Club is to promote fellowship among those majoring in the Held. The club represents a variety of programs aimed at keeping the members abreast of 'career opportunities. I 3 I 1 NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Association of MSU as an organization which provides communication among Catholic students. The goals are to further religious education and intellec- tual and moral development, as well as to offer social en- tertainment. Through the cfjforts of its officers and members, many speakers and programs concerning the student are presented. The Newman Student Center, Gleason Hall, is located at 12th and Payne Streets. The student association welcomes all-students and encourages participation in campus activi- ties. W an I Brad Smith, President Bobby Dodd Jerry Pritchett Jackie Swanson Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Michael Morgan Betty Bandy Historian Social Chairman SOCK A D BUSKIN CLUB The Sock and Buskin Drama Club is the oldest organiza- period of apprenticeship. During this tirne, they become tion on campus, founded in l925. Members gain experience familiar with,the different aspects of the theatre. in both acting and production by working -on two prosce- Each spring a banquet is held and awards are given to niurn productions, Children's Theatre, and one-act plays the best actor, best actress, and outstanding participant in which are student-directed. the club. Those wishing to become 1.-members must go through a First Row: jennye Baumgardner, james Beard, Amy Brown, Stephen Cossairt, Carrie Eddy, Nancy Ford. Second Row: Stevie Gillen, Diana Hill, Andrea Kemper, Dorothy Rottgering, Beth Shouse, Doug White. 170 OFFICERS: Gary Wallis, Presidentg Alice Lemonds, Vice-Presidentg Secretaryg Dr. Gary Boggess, Sponsor. The Student Affiliate Program of the American Chemical Society was designed so that students interested in chemis- try, chemical engineering, or related fields might gain in- sight into the professional side of their careers. Students Sharon' Cronch, S. A. A. C.S may equip themselves in addition to their academic ex- periences by participation in analysis and presentation of technical information and by becoming acquainted with leaders in the field. 171 S. N. E. A. The STUDENT-NEA is the pre-professional association for college and university students interested in the Held of education. Members of STUDENT-NEA also become mem- bers of the Kentucky Education Association and the Na- tional Education Association, with 'all the rights, services and privileges of regular professional membership. STU- DENT-NEA strives to acquaint its members with the Held of education by providing programs and activities directed to personal and professional growth. OFFICERS: Joe Spagnolo, Treasurerg Ann Adams, Presidentg Llnda Knight First Vice President Matt Scocozza State Repre Eileen Rubin, Secretaryg Jean Everett, Second Vice-Presidentg Sentatlve UNITED CAMPUS MINISTRY The United Campus Ministry is an ecumenical endeavor of the Christian churches-Disciples, Episcopal Church and the Methodist Church. Seeking to be of service to the total campus, the U. C. M. provides an atmosphere in which persons may experience spiritual growth. Its activities center around Wednesday faculty-student luncheon, Sunday evening supper and worship, an open forum, Nowhere Coffeehouse, weekly tutorial service, semi- nars, retreats, and conferences. THE UCM COUNCIL I UNIVERSITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Y-Y, W W- 1 The University Church of Christ plays an active role in the creation of the spiritual climate of the university. Through its activities, students enjoy the benefits of Chris- tian fellowship in addition to contributing widely to the campus through seivce projects. The center is housed on the campus at Olive Boulevard, and enjoys the frequent attendance of its members. 34 35 4' SEA MISTS W. A.A WILDLIFE SOCIETY Believing that the natural resources of Kentucky are economic, social, recreational, and estheric assets which should be restored, wisely used and perpetuated for our posterity, and realizing that this can be achieved only through an aroused and enlightened opinion among the people of this state, this society is dedicated to these ends. I 76 - 1 ,A W i . ix X R' 2 K , X 2 Wi L ,S A , ilk-A 'Qi 'Q it , Q N . ' W. TX- A K 'Q' f I H' ' .. Q .Q 1 x R fi? f 152-:Q qv. a. 1 L g J ,,55,.,L, X it .gg S1 iv :-wfqur - F- wg f' erm, A .mfir "':IQ':' Eiiqwklf , , f X S , .. .NAS uyzygg is 3I,jS1:f.'-- I , v J fc r X f N if IN A 4 X fkf? as - 'S3gf9 . 155 lf f W if 1.6 A . , . W? l Lu... GERMAN CLUB This year the German Club has emphasized putting Ger- man to practical use. Members have put on short original skits, told jokes, applied German to table tennis, and to the results of a cooking contest among members 5 next semester puppet plays will be added. The club also heard German folksongs, and Dr. Schorrig, its advisor, is to speak on short cultural topics. EUCLIDEAN MATHEMATICS CLUB The Euclidean Mathematics Club is composed of out- standing students in the field of mathematics. The purpose of this organization is to provide education in areas of mathe- matics and applied fields not covered in the classroom. The club presents a variety of programs including films, student presentations, and guest lectures. Club meetings, parties, and other activities help to further a working relationship among the members. The club also presents an annual award to the outstanding senior mathematics student. SPECIAL EDUCATION CLUB The Special Education Club was organized this year for the purpose of providing activities that would stimulate interest in special education. The activities of the club included various money-making projects, planned trips to Outwood Hospital for the Re- tarded, visits to Barkley Boys, Home, and tutoring within the Murray school system. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The International Relations Club, the oldest organiza- tion on campus, was established for the purpose of stimu- lating an interest in and creating a better understanding of international affairs. Among its activities are regular meet- ings featuring discussions by prominent visitors, faculty members, and students on international affairs, domestic problems, and other subjects of interest to students of his- tory and the social sciences. Annually the IRC holds a get-acquainted picnic at the home of one of its advisors, and later in the year it sponsors a lecture on campus by a noted authority in the Held of history and thesocial sciences. l"S" fl' f. , ff 'wi I Bqfomtbe Rmlaees coma preparation narrows into nervom anticqmtiong 'is I 2 ff SM i - when they do arrive they hring their own emotiomg emfetre of deciyiom yet unmetde 185 The faces in the room, the gentle e0mfe1'mtz'on, the quzet laughter melt together , 187 into a .subdued comprehension, leading to an undenfmnding of what it all naeamt 1 1 Leztevg when elivifiom have been made .i'?6l1'6lii01'lJ' fl.1fl6lliZ66z there will will be gueftiom 189 and the amwenf are lost in gloved elegance ,if 1 W f f N, Af I ff ,. 1 9 In W , 4 M X Z 4 f 2 f 'L 1,1 V r A G fyw M Y " ' Jfvfwi ff .ww w X ,ww OFFICERS: Cindy DeWitt, Presidentg Janet McDonald, First Vice-Presidentg Pam Kelso, Second Vice-Presidentg Carolyn James. Recording Secretaryg Anita Bondurant, Corresponding Secretaryg D. A. Swann, Treasurer. . 5 : ae 1 or '.-. ' tt Q 1 t l gig . tg? ' A A -fs.:.- gn 'Ly is. .sam-.. - 1 1. sb -1- f s is sts . 191 LPHA DELTA PI Epsilon Omicron chapter was founded on this cam- pus in 1967 and is one of 120 collegiate chapters. Alpha Delta Pi was founded May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Fe- male College, Macon, Georgia, and holds the distinc- tion of' being the Erst secret society in the world for college women. The symbolic diamond-shaped badge bears the clasped handslof friendship. Alpha Delta Pi's open motto "We Live for Each Otheru signifies a sis- terhood deep and enriching. The sorority colors are azure blue and white-and the flower is the woodland violet. Since the day it was organized, the sorority has main- tained a scholastic requirement for pledging and later remaining in good standing. Alpha Delta Pi's international philanthropic project provides aid to crippled children by making available to them special equipment vital to their needs. F int Row: Dianna Alexander Diana Beck Neva Behm Linda Bennett Anita Bondurant Rachael Bremer Mary Connor Second Row: Cindy DeWitt Clara Dreschel Dolores Dukes Elizabeth Elliott Martha Finney Paula Fuqua Jedda Higginbotharn Third Row: Linda Hill Carol Hogancamp Ann Holbrook Jemma Huebschman Janice Impson Carolyn James Connie Jenneman Fourth Row: Pam Kelso Lynn Koemer Terry Lichtenberg Kathleen Madrey Sherry Mathis Barbara Milburn Kathy Moler Fifth Row: Janet McDonald Eileen O'Hara Nancy Parm Kim Pendley Susan Reuter Nancy Robbins Amie Scholes Sixth Row: Cheri Scott Charlotte Stallion Connie Strand Dorothy Swann Sally Taylor Cheryl Underwood Norajean Vuturo Seventh Row: Jane Watson Merry Watson Donna White Sue Willson Ellen Winkler Ronna Zinn OFFICERS: Gail Seavers, Presidentg Jeanne Maddox, First Vice-President, Shirley Cochran Second Vice-President' Ann Adams Recordin Secretary, Trudy Lilly, D 7 3 g Corresponding Secretary, Ann Holmes, Treasurer. A 2.3, Qflf tgsm lllll k Q2 3 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Gamma Xi chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was in- stalled on the campus of Murray State University on October 29, 1966. Alpha Gamma Delta, founded in 1904 at Syracuse University, now has ninety-eight chap- ters and more than 40,000 members. The particular object for which the sorority is formed is to perpetuate among a group of college women a spirit of mutual assistance and understanding, to main- tain high standards of scholarship, to develop woman- hood, to strive for the attainment of high ideals in col- lege, community, and personal life, and to train for leadership and a sense of responsibility for the welfare of others. Annual events sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta include the Harvest Moon Ball, the Feast of Roses, the Snow Ball, International Reunion Day, a senior lunch- eon honoring all graduating sorority members, and participation in intramurals and other campus activities. An Alpha Gam is a girl who shares love and friend- ship with her sisters everywhere. This friendship is a bond that will last forever. I First Row: Ann Adams Margaret Adams Leonora Allen Betty Bacon Nancy Berry Melanie Boyd Denese Breitbach Second Row: Leslie Browning Janice Carter Dinah Cherry Shirley Cochran Becky Cooper Margie Craft Sandall Dade Third Row: Elitta DeArmond Diane Fenwick Vicki Funk Karen Green Cathi Greer Ann Griffin Gayla Harrison Fourth Row: Karen Heim Peggy Heizer Laura Gail Helton Anna Holmes Melva Holt Cynthia Huff Elizabeth Huff Fifth Row: Nancy Hulett Michele Humma Cynthia Hutchens Laura Kaster Trish King Ellen Leigh Trudyg Lilly Sixth Row: Jeanne Maddox Margo Mantle Raylene Melton Linda Metzger Linda Morse Sherry Newberry Cindy Perkins Seventh Row: Susan Preusse Sandra Saltzgiver Barbara Schwabe Debbie Smith Nannette Solomon Colleen Spinney Nancy Swoboda Eighth Row: Janice Toms Ann Vail Barbara Veach Nancy Veatch Electa Vernon Nancy Watson Sara Young . M K.. mst 1 OFFICERS: Barbara Brown, President, Linda Harris, Vice-President, Jane Mc- Donald, Corresponding Secretaryg Barbara Bost, Treasurer, Doris Hamm, Scholar- ship Chairman, Sally Holt, Social Chairman. .VSWM 1 . 3 I 96 0 vf' "1s?b,,"'i, - ' IIC? '1 l y J.. .1 413,25 . "z ,X ALPHA OMICRON PI Friendship is a promise of Alpha Omicron Pi and it was true friendship that our four founders pledged, one to another, at Barnard College in 1897. So encom- passing is this circle of friendship that now over 37,000 members fonn a common bond throughout the United States and into Canada. Delta Omega chapter was founded at Murray State in 1961. Here, we share the national ideals of sharing, helping, encouragement, and friendship. We share a strong sisterhood, we help by supporting our national philanthropy, the Arthritis Foundation. We encourage all AOPi5s to widen their friendships in the college and community. The university activities are important in the life of an AOPi. The Fall Frantic Dance, the Red Rose Ball, Founders' Day, the Parents' Banquet, and intramural sports, as well as other Greek functions, contribute to a well-rounded AOPi. A Senior Send-Off brings the school year to a close, however, graduation does not mean that membership is ended. An even broader field unfolds to the alumna member. The alumnae chapters hold a life-long experience in sisterhood and love for all members of Alpha Omicron Pi. pa es e was N ik ai ,,. 9' 9 . in GR Y. G K s Q s X: s. 1 Q.,- .- tw s .1-. ' Q t 1iL .5 ii fee? ff -4 1 , M ze' 1 f 0' ti ,,AA ,,h t 1 J W . . J ' t 'ra +' we 2 Q, , VV , . . ,,., , If . " 4 1 V1-4.i9i11fIQ", ' X s 3 as 1 mv- v- qv, X in--s .-Q i vm s---L2 S . ,X 4 fi 'JC R.: 'N A rx Q -svn 4 vs ' 8 xi as if -u ,, 5' .WX Q, lk. s-,. 'll 'Nan we-. gr-- 1 is t W .. E X Q. N 1 '-Q s. Nm Q x A 'EFITJ' i s -. A ff' 'K J 0 sa ':" if 'J T G L "' 1 Si f 5' . Q 13 W .Q ",. , ggi First Row: Fonda Adams Marla Adkison Ruth Alexander Carolyn Allen Jane Belote JoAnn Bertram Linda Billington Second Row: Shirley Blackburn Rebecca Blackston Barbara Bost Barbara Brown Linda Brownfield Judy Bryant Patsy Copeland Third Row: Rita Craven Judy Davidson Beryl Davis Gwen Davis Beth Day Marty Dillon Jeanie Diuguid Fourth Row: Doris Elliott Joan Elliott Treva Everley Carolyn Fly Roma Foster Jackie Freer Ann Gibson Fifth Row: Donna Godsea Linda Harris Wendi Hayden Carol Hollingsworth Sally Holt Marilyn Hornback Amy Howard Sixth Row: Melinda Hurd Rita Hurd Patsy Jones Beverly Kalkbrenner Ann Keigley Nancy Lanier Sandy Law Seventh Row: Caroline Luciano Deb Mathis Mary Ann Melugin Cathy Morgan Pam Mumford Gloria Myers Jennifer McClanahan Eighth Row: Jane McDonald Laura Jo Neese Mary Jo Oakley Margaret Omar Ann Pennington Elaine Perry Kay Pinkley Ninth Row: Sally Price Dana Puckett Vicki Robertson Connie Routh Rose Russell Vicki Russell Susan Sills Tenth Row Diane Swearmgen Sally Threlkeld Melissa Trevathan Gwen Van Scyoc Jan Van Scyoc Marion Webb Eleventh Row Pam Welsh Lyllls Whltford Margo Yeiser , K H C. ., t Mkt K is it ,N xg A . . e Q if wk., Q in .,-.W was Susan Tesseneer i e - 1 ,, ,M M 4 OFFICERS: Peggy Dwyer, President, Lynda Allbritten, Vice-President, Donna Haltom, Secretary, Linda Snyder, Treasurer, Cecilia Duncan, Membership, Kay Ruchti, Rush. wg, xt " W1 ' We 1 . 190 by A -tow b e r' 'Y , 06:5 ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA On November 15, 1901, five girls at Longwood Col- lege, F armville, Va., became the charter members of a sorority, Alpha Sigma Alpha, established to perpetuate and strengthen the bonds of friendship among the five. Since then, Alpha Sigma Alpha has broadened its scope and each member has found the value of sharing common ideals and activities with her sisters in a na- tion-wide sorority. Beta Nu chapter was chartered at Murray State Uni- versity in 1946, with its object being to cultivate those qualities which would help its members to meet more happily and successfully the events of life. Collegiate membership develops life-long friendships in an atmosphere of love, love for the national sorority, the local chapter, and the individual sisters. The four- fold aim concerned with the social, spiritual, physical, and intellectual development of each member continues to be exemplified in the alumnae into which collegiate members graduate. The cardinal principal of Alpha Sigma Alpha is "to serve, not to be served." As such, the national philan- thropy is to aid the mentally retarded. Emphasis is placed on financial assistance to those engaged in study in the field of special education. W . 11' Bw X N X ' ' A r-s N. , 'Fi E' x v , t ' 1 Q rg 'rl G1 'ea ., 1 i rex I First Row: Barbara Acker Twila Adams Linda Allbritten Ginny Ashmore Susan Austin Judy Baker Bonnie Balz Second Row: Carol Bebout Brenda Bridges Cheryl Brown Janice Campbell Carol Clark Marianne Clinco Paulette Copeland Third Row: Carol Cunningham Judy Dawson Elaine Denning Amalia Dimond Jennifer Dowdy Pat Drerup Cecelia Duncan F oufth Row: Peggy Dwyer Sally Farmer Dixie Franks Rosemary Goad Ladonna Haltom Carol Hammann Ruth Ann Harralson Fifth Row: Bev Hogan Peggy Hull Elaine Jenkins Barbie Keel Jeannine Kerwin JoAnn Knowles Letha Langford Sixth Row: Faye LaRue Marianna Marshall Karen Forest Mayberry Vicky Meeks Linda Messell Sharon Miller Marsha Mosgrove Seventh Row: Maureen Moynahan Jackie Mueller Barbara McWaters Julie Owsley Paula Payne Linda Phillips Sherry Richardson Eighth Row: Kay Ruchti Linda Snyder Dixie Story Sharon Thomas Ann Tinnell Carol Turley Vivian Walton Ninth Row: Vikki Zellich OFFICERS: Peggy Anderson, President, Carol Aycock, Vice-President, Sandy Knopp, Secretary, Ruby Kirsch, Treasurer, Diane Belew, Assistant Treasurer, Valerie Umbach, Editor, Marihelen Lookofsky, Membership Chairman. W: wr ffiffa .K A H, 3 ,. . my awww at iqgwfiiit, 15251 if-sa .. V ss MW y!'4f""x f A- P' 'vveNi'f+'- 'S ft A 'LQ fi-1 rw, vs We f + 47, 7.00 w it 'k Q1 I ' KAPP DELT Kappa Delta's circle of friendship has spread through- out the country and into the hearts of over 60,000 women who have become members of her sisterhood. On October 23, 1897, four women at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia founded the sorority. Seventy years later, Delta Iota became her 106th chap- ti-IT. The object of Kappa Delta sorority is the formation and perpetuation of good fellowship, friendship, and sisterly love among its members, the encouragement of literature and education, the promotion of social in- terest, and the furtherance of charitable and benevo- lent purposes. The sisters of Kappa Delta continually "strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest. One means of attaining this goal is through the sup- port of the Crippled Children's Hospital at Richmond. Virginia, her national philanthropy. Kappa Delta sponsors such events as the Emerald and Pearl Ball, a Homecoming breakfast for alumnae, a Senior Send-Off, and participation in intramurals and other campus activities. 37 ...elll""" First Row: Carol Anderson Peggy Anderson Janice Arnold Carol Aycock Laurie Ballew Cheryl Benda Missy Burkholder Second Row: Janet Carroll Sandra Cash Sharon Caudill Jan Covington Cecilia Cunningham Deanna Delker Helen Frishe Third Row: Debbie Galloway Patsy Hamilton Harriet Hancock Linda Huber Dixie Johnson Ruby Kirsch Sandy Knopp Fourth Row: Marihelen Lookofsky Carol Luther Nancy Reichert Becky Romer Deborah Ruf Cathy Shook Julie Studer Fifth Row: Valerie Umbach Cecelia Wright l 4 OFFICERS: Ann Schneider, President, Pam Garland, Vice-President, Deanna Olson, Recording Secretary, Barbara Casey, Corresponding Secretary, JoAnna Thomas, Keeper of Grades. 5532555-EECI' Hill: I: i 1-gi5!:?51sIZs5' . ' ww. N J v x i ' .- -. Q-.. 1 ' .f M... W ....-..?12:a.' Marg- .MFE , .E M.,.m,,, A' W-.me f mf WM- . Il 101 to -a t-9 y 7111" . q33l,,Qg+,, ,J X SIGMA 5 . n ik SIGMA SIGMA A Tri-Sigma girl symbolizes sorority. She smiles, and in the warmth of her smile one sees friendship, love, and sisterhood. This sisterhood began April 20, 1898, at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. Belonging to Tri-Sigma adds to the purpose and happiness of col- lege years, for each member learns the true meaning of loving, giving, and sharing. Tri-Sigma spirit shines through the eyes of every girl who is a member of the Alpha Chi chapter which was installed at Murray State University in 1942. The national social service work of the sorority has long been centered around "Tri-Sigma serves children." Alpha Chi chapter sponsors an annual Christmas party for underprivileged children and also provides a local family with food and clothing each year. Tri-Sigma members aim to contribute to college ac- tivities and do so through sponsoring the Sadie Hawkins Dance and the Valentine Dance. Each year, Tri-Sigwna observes Founders, Day in April with a banquet and a closed dance. At the end of the school year, Tri-Sigma says good-bye to the seniors at Senior Send-Off. This is not the end of membership in Tri-Sigma, but the be- ginning of a new life as an alumna. i 5 rf 5, s i t is E S F Q it We X l 3 P R' K : gp-nf First Row: Lynn Barger Cathy Beamer Joann Bilderback Barbara Casey Carolyn Coryell Harriet Cunningham Carol Cutini Second Row: Debbie Dibble Sue Faust Brenda Feast Pam Garland Kay Garrott Sheryl Garrott Diane Gilliam Third Row: Nancy Goheen Dorothy Hamilton Paula Holliday Nancy Hughes Diane Jacob Janie Jacob Bonnie Jarboe Fourth Row: Deborah Landek Mimi Lester Janice Lockwood Cluny MacPherson Janis Malone Nancy Mick Nancy Mullins Fifth Row: Leann Murray Phyllis Nanny Dianna Olson Phyllis Orr Sharon Patterson Joanna Phipps Kathy Rayburn Sixth Row: Ann Schneider Yvonne Scott Vicki Spiceland Jane Sprunger Martha Stice Patsy Tharp Joann Thomas Seventh Row: Mary Tidwell Winifred Tucker Lanette Underwood Janet Ward Connie Wiseman Sara Jo Wood Lynn Young HELLENIC COUNCIL The governing body of the six NPC sororities here at Murray State is the Panhellenic Council. It is composed of four members from each sorority with the officers rotating each year. The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to uphold good scholarship and high standards of social conduct, and to work in harmony and understanding to further the ideals of fraternity. An affiliate of the council is the Junior Panhellenic Coun- cil composed of representatives from each pledge class. Their close association with the senior council helps to create a true spirit of being 'iAll-Greekf' PANHELLENIC MEMBERS: Cathi Greer, Rosemary Goad, Beverly Kalkbrt-nner, Linda Allbritten, Barbara Brown, Carol Turley, Buttons Drcchsel, Harriet Cunningham, Shirley Cochran, Peggy Anderson, Jeanne Maddox, Ellen Winkler, Charlotte Stal- lion, Susan Sullenger. Rosemary Goad, Panhellenic President 1.04 OFFICERS: Pete Luciano, President, Rod Hodgson, Kim Nelson, Rick Parks, and Eugene McMorries, Vice-Presidents, Dick Smith, Secretary, George Barber, Historiang Gary Grace, Treasurerg Alexander Reid, Sergeant at Armsg Tony Johnson, Advisor. I TER-FRATER ITY COUNCIL Composed of selected members from each of the social fraternities on the university campus, the I.F.G. governs all of the activities of the fraternal system, including rush, so- cial activities, and conduct. The primary objective of the I.F.C. is to promote the welfare of the Greek system. It endeavors to communicate to the administration, faculty, non-fraternity students, and local community residents the value of the Greek way of life, namely, how it molds today's students into ton'1orrow's leaders. For the fourth year in succession the Murray I.F.C. re- ceived from the National Inter-Fraternity Conference an award for academic excellence, a tremendous achievement when it is considered that only 19 other colleges and univer- sities throughout the nation achieved this unique distinction. The annual Homecoming Dance, another Greek Wfeek, and interfraternity sports were again sponsored by the I.F.G. Also, many significant charitable projects were aided invaluably by I.F.G. efforts. 11.1 Y-,Jw H5161 SEEBHYKE an sam.-'rxivgv' 25!fxfw4pm1ar..gm.1eg.g-a,,axx1's,aaa.1 r OFFICERS: Ray Wells, President, James Latimer, Vice-Presi- dentg Danny Nall, Secretaryg Mike Broster, Treasurer, Bill Mul- key, Alumni Secretary. I' P RW i ' , ex islllim ' "M 'ff-lllii wx' b ir ,-141 mg Y 7.0 l?Zf? is 7 X . fe ALPHA GAMMA RH Alpha Gamma Rho is a social-professional fraternity which was founded in 1904 at Ohio State University. Alpha Gamma Rho at Murray State was initiated as Alpha Omega chapter on May 18, 1968. The new chapter house was purchased on December 13, 1968. The fraternity ideals are embodied in a single word, "Fraternalism." Manis advancements, slow as they have been, have come about largely as the result of his realiza- tion of the brotherhood of man. The men of Alpha Gamma Rho firmly believe that fraternalism does mean brotherhood. Their fraternity is not a club, but rather a group of dedicated individuals, striving together to bind themselves with ties of sincere and enduring brotherhood. Alpha Gamma Rho, located on 49 campuses across the nation, has a common goal: to provide training and discipline of the individual for attainment of his educa- tion, both formal and social, in the highest possible manner. We carry forward the fundamental purpose of education, adding the fraternal influence for correct living and individual development. I L is G ll Q tw . , h Z th ,QE yuyl ,v , .aw 4, Z k , -4 fm, X1 L.- 3 ,X 9, : X M I V 4, gg? Q i, 4.54-Q. -V i" ii A li? V L .Q ii ww 2 fix 4 y in l .ffl j wfiz M Z WN ' QA X L '31, Tix Z i , H 5 f y First Row: James Armstrong Bill Bottorff Ron Brockman Michael Broster Michael Brown Michael Cosby Jeff Cralle Second Row: Philip Crow Gary Fuller Larry Gunter Dave Holmes Jim Knowles James Latimer Thomas Lynch Third Row: Eugene McMorries Bill Mulkey Danny Nall Jerry Owsley Tommy Roberts Danny Rudolph Richard Rudolph Fourth Row: Gene Shouse Richard Smith Sherman Walker Ray Wells lVayne Wilson Lonnie Woodruff 'LO ., X H 251-' -unynmw OFFICERS: Billy AI. Hodge, Worthy Master, jim Frye, Worthy Chaplaing Rodney Watson, Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer, Nicki Foust, Worthy Keeper of the Annalg Jim Henry, Worthy Usher, John Whitehead, Worthy Sentinel. ,'--Wr -,. V K gif' ..', 1 If .sr A V fffrffsws gin as lie re, 19' i - f M ' 1 ,Q A aff' ,1, Egg. if ' " 911 Q M. 20 :iff 1 .IM H ., ffl ALPHA TAU CMEGA The purpose of Alpha Tau Omega is to provide an environment conducive to the full development of scholarship, brotherhood, and morality among our members. It is our conviction that in so doing we may build a man who will live a life dedicated to his God, his country, his family, and to the improvement of soci- ety and his fellow man. VVhile special emphasis is being placed on scholarship. we of Zeta Lambda are thoughtfully concerned with the broad meaning of brotherhood. Brotherhood is not achieved by owning a pin or sewing a crest on a blazer: brotherhood must be earned. The price of brotherhood must be disregard for personal glory, the ingredients are honesty, integrety, respect, and above allglove of one's fellow man. Q. ,Vf 6+ , , R-X m 13. i , if", 'Li' " i M fl ' ik ' 17:5 ws. '11 I 9 W H ,H X , r - , , . 7 - . ,V Q. a.. V' .. l ay, QW? 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Www, i f Z mmf 'Y-.- Tommy Allen Steve Berry Davis Bussey Mike Butler Mike Carty Marshall Costa Rich Crecelius Mike Dunsizer Bob Dyers Steve Farmer Jefl' Gagnon Rick Gastineau Jim Harris Carroll Hayden Stan Holland Bill Howell Phil Jones Dale Kirk Gary Loyd Pete Luciano Russ Lyles Ken Milligan Mike McCarver Bud Nall David Noell Rick Park David Parker Charles Pryor Jay Rayburn Tom Ryan Mitch Sommer Craig Spellings Greg Stiebling Steve Story Dale Strader Tom Strow Stassen Thompson Jim Thurmond Bill Travis Ronnie Wagnon Joe Ward David Warnock Bob Westerfield Dale Wilson Ken Woods Roger Worth Joe Wright jim Zieren G31 ex IX OFFICERS--First Row: Lionel Davis, Historian, David L. Ruth, Treasurer, Ed Young, Vice-President, Danny R. Hatcher, Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: Charles N. Aldrich, Doorkeeperg Murray Raines, President, James T. Goode, Re- cording Secretaryg Rush Hunt, House Manager. we it-X . A ., . .., 1 , K .QQ - , A, fe-f ll 'F I KAPPA ALPHA Kappa Alpha Order was founded in an atmosphere of high idealism by four young men determined to pre- serve the cherished precepts of chivalry and honor. On December 21, 1865, the Order was born on the campus of Washington and Lee University in Lexing- ton, Virginia, seeking to perpetuate the ideas of Chris- tian virtue as exemplified in the life of General Robert Edward Lee and giving to American youth an organi- zation unexcelled in leadership, honor, and brother- hood. Kappa Alpha has a proud heritage in its dedi- cation to its changeless principles as an Order of Chris- tian Knights. The Murray chapter of Kappa Alpha Order had its beginning in the spring of 1968 as Alpha Kappa Alpha local fraternity and will become a fully chartered chap- ter of the Order in April of this year. The brothers of Kappa Alpha are proud of their accomplishments in this brief span of time, including the first Rose Ball, the first Old South Week, and the third fraternity house on Murray's campus. Looking forward to a sound future at Murray State, Kappa Alpha shall assume its place in the campus aca- demic and social life, striving to make a healthy addi- tion to the Greek system. 4 'LIO i . VV' 1' Af v. 'HIM , , f Wy we Y., -Q ay, y C we sfo X , , ,miyrla V , I ,V V fi, A , iv aww: , N, ,W , , , fi if my tw? 'L'f r'7?W'l K A .,,, , . , ,:v,,, ,Z ,lnq g ,W,A Q, ,,,L fmt ,Y A A,,- Q V H V I, 2 ,V F if if 'gi r' r f or-y , X N , wl, V , f k ,X V , , nz " V , K, Y, , , V N My 5 V A L R V W A Q. .- , V , ' . 'L H K Q. ' ,f , i 955 k'i"l' ' ,, 2' is V ' ii I M -X 5 I V - J ' . SEN M, Q ' " si? ' ia Nim Aldrich Phil Barnett Bob Bowles Dennis Brown Lionel Davis Iohn Dever Mike Funk Jim Goode Wayne Hartigan Danny Hatcher Phil Hayden Rush Hunt Larry Kirkland Greg Laird Cam Love Charlie McAlya Murray Raines Tommy Ridings Ralph Rodgers Dell Romaine Larry Russell David Ruth Louie Smith Danny Sullenger Richard Weitz John Whitfield Sam Williams Ed Young VW' 'HP' . T -J? 'M .xi f. J. X31 OFFICERS: Charlie Winkler, President, Paul Knue, Vice-President, John Rehman, Pledge Trainer, Gary Silvis, Secretary, Mark Roberts, Rush Chairman, Bob Gard- ner, Ritualist. 2.11 1 s:f'4-ii? 551-f , zu 42' H f LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston Univer- sity on November 2, 1909. Today it has within its bond over 100,000 brothers from more than 170 chapters in the United States and Canada. There are no accomplishments more worthy than the birth of ideas which have the quality to inspire men to finer activities and bind them together in a noble cause. Thus, we celebrate our Founders' Day, fvlarch 22, as the birthday of our fraternity's ritualistic teach- ings rather than the actual founding of the fraternity. The goal of Lambda Chi Alpha is to instill in the undergraduate the ideals of a well-rounded character that will guide him throughout his life. In reaching this goal, Lambda Chi provides to the college man a high standard of intellectual, moral, and social development among its members. - , , 1 P- .135 Y' L 1' - ,k --V, 5-. Q - .Q-M 1... A 'f X .4 .ll .d ll g ive, E, i 2 31' 'mi L 5 gig A1 ads A ! is Q1 N? .. - sf Q S, 'Ref 3 sw : KJ 1 an 9' , 1' J s -tb. ,.-,, . - ' -avr 1+ in ' Fi, qu. X gr 3 gr. if n . V h J 1 . .A -5 J ' . I X X l 5 Q v 5' Nw :- Q' " :'N K tau' sf X Q? Q 5 me Qt: -., an , 16' i 5'-in X. if 'DUB Q -xg si, ,f 'Y t x L, V 5 ...N K .3 K .. .Q we E i ,Sfmt .rage Q ga Q . V I .I I . K N53 N 4 1 . if E . Q, l R E s S me , W . M LW K. 5, new k St . M, .. :S X . 3 ,vu su- Q W S. M 6 X Q ." 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K A Q If fu is L Q GB s B M 3 Ji g 1: 's f A' J l L :Q l s f ' K , V Ray Auker Bob Bogle Mike Brashear Don Buffington Harvey Bunker Austin Byers Darryll Callahan Mike Cathey Pat Coffeen Clark Combs John Daley Gary Dees Calvin Dililia Brence Dement Bob Endicott Steve Etherton Bill Flynn Alan Gardner Bob Gardner Dean Gauch Gary Grace Don Green Anthony Halinski Thomas Halinski William Hammock Jirn Havener David Hazelwood Ed Heckert Buddy Hefley Gary Hill Scott Huffman Dick Johnson Bob Johnston Ed Kampsen Edgar Knue Paul Knue Rick Kotter Les Kurtz Mike Lanier Wayne Lohaus Tom Mayberry Gene Miller Denny Minshall Tom Monarch Dave Murray Ed McIntyre Tim McGrath Gary Peak James Peeler Tim Pence William Perkins Martin Pinkham Gene Pniewski Bob Porter John Rehman James Reising Mark Roberts Gary Robertson Randal Roper Mike Rundle Steve Selwitz Larry Shuffett Gary Silvis Dick Smothermon Mike Snyder Jeff Spalin Phillip Sumner Mitch Tuchscherer Stewart Voelpel Bob Wagner Bob Warren Steve Wheeler Bob Willett Doug Wilson Charlie Winkler Jim Young 1 l F w l l OFFICERS-Left to Right: Dick Blackston, Treasurerq Richard Crossett, Cor- responding'Secretaryg Tom Zollinger, Recording Secretaryg Rod Hodgson, Presidentg John Daal, Sergeant-at-Arms, Joe Chaney, Vice-President. 1 l x 1--: gzg ,f,, - A l l -1, wr A ' Q -1 T 2.14 it 2' .Lx X 3? 9' . PI KAPPA ALPHA In May of 1958, the fraternity system became a real- ity at Murray State. Under the direction of Dean Wil- liam G. Nash, Tau Sigma Tau local fraternity received a charter as a chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha National Fraternity-the first chapter of any national social fra- ternity to be installed on the campus of any state col- lege in Kentucky. The chartering organization provided a continuing sense of direction to the Epsilon Lambda chapter. In addition to being the first national fraternity on Murrayis Campus, the charter members began a tradi- tion of scholastic achievement that has become the envy of fraternities and fraternity systems throughout the nation. For nine of the past ten years, Pi Kappa Alpha has won the Dean Nash scholarship award and has always maintained a scholastic average well above the all-men's average. Scholarship, obviously, is stressed -but not to the exclusion of participation in campus activities. Members of Epsilon Lambda are always present, if not dominant, in the Student Organization and class offices. Another tradition, begun in 1958, was that of Helding winning teams in all phases of the intra- mural program. The diversity and campus achieve- ments of Epsilon Lambda and of its individual mem- bers have placed it in the first ten of all the 143 chap- ters of Pi Kappa Alpha for each of the past six years. . -..M "ff", K u..f I X I :Z- ' ll ' . 'R av- in 'AA' ' "U y f 'ri K ' "1 ' B ' 1 if "W l K A V i" A S , A :fy A f in I W Af, .,. jr- I , 3 ' " -are g, - " 2 " ning ' j f , i ,L ' T Fix ? VC I ,. A s i L3 7 ' , K is V J H , , .F ' ... 5 .. f ffl ii if .fi i n I B y 7 Z i B B 'iff 7 I B L H All 1 1 I V e fs B if P 2 " 1- 2 'LI Howard Abner Clark Adams David Barnes John Barrett Baxter Bilbrey Dick Blackston Ben Burnley Bob Busby Howard Cochran George Goryell Richard Crossett Drake Cutini john Dahl ,Toe Day Bill Douglas Steve Douglass Rick Duncan Lee Engel Gary Fields David Fitts Don Franklin Tom Gilliam Gary Grogan Pat Hackett Jerry Hamm Ken Hamm Eddie Hancock Kenny Harmon Rusty Hayes Rod Hodgson Benjie Humphrey Jimmy Jackson Rick Key ,lim Kraus Jimmy Leonard Jimmy Lyon Glen Malchow Tom Marksbury Rod Martin Dan Miller Tom Mitcham. Frank Moman Byron Morgan Bob Ogle Rick Parker Steve Pease Mike Peek Bud Qualk Howard Michael Reid Mike Reid Max Russell Hiram Sanders George Shaw Bill Sherrill Spencer Solomon David Sparks Kenny Strange Steve Tribble ' Phil Vance Steve Wade David Winslow Jim Woosley Tom Zollinger ft fffli . . in i OFFICERS: James Ryan, Presidentg James Thompson, Vice-Presidentg Bill Routh, Treasurerg Terry Davenport, Secretaryg Gary Cofoid, Sergeant-at-Armsg Charles Andre, Herald. l Ml! .W L-t, ,Wy I .A . SIGMA PI The Sigma Pi fraternity was established at Vincennes University on February 26, 1897 by four young men. From the humble beginning at a small junior college, Sigma Pi has grown to a prominent position among national fraternities. Gamma Upsilon chapter of Sigma Pi received its charter on Klay 4, l968 after a year of preparation and building of a close brotherhood among the 54 who were initiated. Gamma Upsilon chapter became the 93rd active chapter of the fraternity. Now the brothers of Gamma Upsilon are in the con- tinuous process of building and strengthening the chap- ter. VVith close cooperation between fraternity and uni- versity leaders, Gamma Upsilon is looking to the future, and the advancement of Sigma Pi on campus as Murray State expands and grows. -but 2.16 Nia I' ,i'Mf' -X A , - , . - i tl , M- hs, H . 1 , W y 7 A A , V Y: .. at Q, 'Wil' W y A s , ,Q A -fl 'A'V +5- , AHAAA V mwy i L n. ' "' Digg' S' 7 , I .S f :A " -1 .,A, 7 M A gvvy V f QL , 3 , ' " 5' - K ,. , y 'Eff x , Y Y A .. M I -zi ' i t 'ft W We L C A:v-,' fr I 40 54 'SY Z ,, Z J +1 fu w W bw WR' fx-H if Wayne Williams Leslie Wright Walter Anderson Charles Andre William Bailey Forest Bayer John Carson Stephen Clabo Robert Clifford Gary Cofoid Denny Cook Terry Davenport Allan Epstein William Fox Larry Granquist john Guetterman Gary Houck Stephen jackson David Jessup Louie ,Iunkerman Michael Lawler john Margowski Andy Morris Kenneth Mosher Charles Muessle Paul McDonald Alexander Reid Bill Routh Larry Ruff Dennis! Schmidt Duane Sedoris Steve Smith Ronald Terranova James Thompson Terry VanZuidam Michael Williams Patrick Williams WT ,ff-e. OFFICERS: J. Michael Bradley, President: H. Wayne Gage, Vice-President, Matt Scocozza, Secretary, Tom Fallon. Comptrollerg Ottis Jones, Pledgemasterg Steve Shanklin-, Rush Chairman. 5 C 0 T T 2 ,Ln fo. ,.., SIGMA PHI EPSILON Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity was founded in 1901 at Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia. One of the fastest growing fraternities, Sigma Phi Epsilon has 180 chapters in the United States and Canada with over 85,000 brothers. The chapter at Murray was colonized in May of 1968. Sigma Phi Epsilon's basic ideals are, i'Virtue, Dili- gence, and Brotherly Love", to be positive in virtue's behalf, to diligently work for the advancement of man- kind, and most importantly to attain a richer and fuller life through fraternalism and brotherly love. He gives but little when he gives of his possessions, He truly gives when he gives of himself . . . This is the Sigrna Phi Epsilon fraternity. M339 ' 1.18 13565954135 ..QL. . . t LL.k., :tw " sl E S ' Q C ii .1 -was 'S i f X S Si C 'Q W 5 if f ' 1 H ., - ,k - lg 1 59 gf' H A A . ..,, . A-1., QQ M KQ , 1 ,- 1 in f Qkk iii , Q Q Mx 5 Ct ix ix l S X ,Zh h - g 1 X K . ff Q I is A ., ,.'2" G Wx - I 'Q U qi J .::' Mi if wow ? J ji ff' KI A,,.,, l "' ,, i H g I : ,,,, T1 a-.Q i ' .- sg Q 'L ' 1 we 'Q gi, I Q A i " 5 Y 1-- J -N E t 3? ,,,i 1 ' S 'ff' is if - R. ff vh- x as , S .Ge L ' af' 'l X L f .. 1 S "5 S-.X l Carl Albach Joseph Basile Michael Bradley Reggie Brown Ed Cisowski Richard Colburn Jim Cooper Tom Fallon Doug Foland H. Wayne Gage lra Goodsmith Bill Huch James Jimerson Ottis Jones Steve Lambert Eric LaRue Walter Malis Larry Martin Glenn McDonald Morgan McIlwain Ron Ness Ken Perry Pat Rarnbeau Ron Ratkovich Kevin Rohan James Ross Art Rothenberger Matt Scocozza Steve Shanklin Bud Stout I in Watson Ted Whlte Ceorqe Wilder Rudy Wilkinson S ,4 will OFFICERS-Left to Right: Bill Croft, Tribune, Mike Roskelly, Pledge Trainerg Jim DeMyer, Recording Secretary, Paul Mick, President, Jim Raque, Vice-President, George Akers, Treasurer. M., ,H L. -M W. T Lkiiiiilw isggtwg. ,wi ta 12 femewgg, 235351555215- waisew as ,Wei sm Y , was ..,f xi 5 E 'L'2.0 SIGMA CHI Fraternities are interpreted differently by all indi- viduals, but the ll4 year history of Sigma Chi speaks adequately for the sound principles and lasting brother- hood upon which it was established. The fellowship, social functions, and extra-curricular activities of Epsi- lon Tau chapter here at Murray State are only a mere representation of the broad scope on which the inter- national fraternity focuses. Aside from the social endeavors, which are many, Sigma Chi promises all future Greeks a bright benefit in the future years. The Alumni is one of the strongest aspects of the fraternity. The four years of membership while in the university pass ever too fast, but the in- creasing number of Sigma Chi Alumni chapters throughout the world make membership life-long, and likewise the love for fellowship and brotherhood carries forth in the post-graduation years. Greek life is a splendid experience, but the men of Sigma Chi pride themselves in the fact that the firm bond of friendship and devotion is far more than a splendid experience-it is a memory to cherish forever. 2 51- kwa fhuhmw 5-. 2, ,L f' f .N , A ,ig X , i, i, ' y . L ,i 'F 2 ' P 1 F . ' vm N te -lg yr' pn h e nz' tw- 'bv , W W , ,f 1' .. r Z Z 7' N E 2 i ' . 'P' it r W 9' ,,.v 'YI' V! M V ' s.,.Q 2 t ' 'f i n ima X -'fl V' P9 .xl E K E h 'EEC ,f ri ' f ran l eirr ' p af U ff rs-B 7? if." I r rrtl yriir at in i,tA y . V i it e.. f 4 4 Q- w 2.7.1 . gl 'W WJ Q g i .,.. V-,, t V,.. Y t X 2 ,Q if xf 5 tt -' f V ff . "' ' ' it .. . f X 1 I 'V' rg' . 1 'W . 4 fr Qrf-v?? 1 iw 'I .,..- y V ,W , if R Q . Mark Adams George Barber Phil Barber John Bennett Bill Byrd John Christian Terry Claggett William Croft Brian Darling Bill Davis Warren Day Bill DeHaven Jim DeMeyer E. W. Dennison Darrel Dixon Tom Douglas Paul D'Urso Vick Ethridge Frank Gowin jim Haswell Lcc Hicklin Bill Hogan Bill Hollinger Joe Holloway Skip Homra Dave Hoskins Sammy! Housden Ron Hudson John Hunter Gerald Joyce Jeff Lineburg Mike Maruca Paul Mick Bill Moye Greg McKee1 Steve Nance Ken Oakley Jim 0'Brien Carlton Parker Harry Patterson Chuck Pawlukiewicz Denny Potts jim Raque Dave Rector George Rice Ricky Rickman Ron Riley Ron Romani Mike' Roskelly David Sensing Bill Solomon Bob Tanner Larry Tillman Steve Trevathan Doug Underwood Steve Vaughn Eddie West Dennis Williamson jack Wolf George Yates Burton Young 3 5 1. E Z L Q OFFICERS: Pat Moynahan, Commander, Rickey James, Lt. Commander, Ronnie Giles, Treasurer, Tom Brown, Secretary: Gary Marshall, Pledge Marshall. EN 1 17.7. I , ' NJ A y I S SIGMA NU Sigma Nu fraternity was established nationally on January 1, 1869, by three men at V.M.I. As their brotherhood grew so did the chapters of Sigma Nu, until today there are 140 chapters. Kappa Gamma colony of Sigma Nu was established on December 18, 1965 at Murray State University. Since that time, Sigma Nu has grown to a membership of 42 brothers. The 1968-69 year has been one of successes for Kappa Gamma. The traditional Mason-Dixon Ball, White Rose Ball and Big Brother-Little Brother dances were enormous successes. Sigma Nu offers to the college man membership in the sixth largest social fraternity. Our goal is to instill in our members brotherhood, well rounded education, and adjustment to their future life. This strong tie can never be broken in Sigma Nu. T." :Li 535 x , .M ii x 1-mf 34" 1 L3 ih- 'Ulu' . Y? ,, f ' -1 W my ' - L , K' , I ,ag 1 lg 1.1 at 3 . ,2 f 5 I iz? 5 Q-x, ,F 1 . L f...,w Fm, ,,' i 2 5 s...., 'l l I ' 9 gf P 325' M , A0 Il Z f 2 X , Q.. f - 4 W X 4 I W , G- V! -v. V ua. . ' it y f. K4 ff ,rf v ,F ! if ,, gf i Am- ,J hz:-vi , Q sit ff Charles Armstrong jerry Bayne Ralph Barnwell James Bergant David Blakey Robert Blakey Ford Branch Tommy Brown Danny Denton ,Terry Dycus Paul Elwyn John Evans Ronnie Giles Robert Hailey Buzz Henry James Hesse Darrel Higgins Ronald Hopper Preston Howle Rickey James Steven Larson David Mann Rodney Maskew David Massamore James Mills Pat Moynahan Wayne Murphy Patrick McCormick james Nichols Michael Sheehan Steve Simmons James Skees Richard Smith David Spencer Gilbert Swoboda Eddie Taylor Timothy Wilcox Ioseph Wilson 2.7. .1'w' rnfggz' miss' 'gli Ngex 'r. gl' Q2 as MW 'mad' TAU KAPPA EPSILON Zeta Chi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded at Murray State in the spring of 1959. Tau Kappa Epsilon offers college men a more complete life through participation in all phases of college social life and athletic competition. Our founders brought forth our fraternity because they found the need for a new fraternity, a fraternity that would select its membership on the true basis of character rather than the artihcial one of rank, or wealth. "Finally above all else, this fraternity stands for men. We believe in their equality in those things which the Creator has declared they should be equal. VVe con- sider no man from the standpoint of those qualities and advantages he has not attained by personal effort. We deem sterling character and staunch uprightness to be necessary qualifications to membership in this frater- nity. All else, though desirable, is secondary to thesef, 7.1.4 A it Y. 1 I I at D, f AA,,A 1 X ' M ft 7 7 , HTG Y ,ww , W W " .1 'U 1 "' Q, 1 X . gg 'L x A 'Nw K 4, MF? w 17. . M, I 'T' L .ary ji B if 'Ez' Y ' 5 Frank Aiello William Babbitt Kenneth Bailey Stewart Bergmann Bryant Booth Tom Cosman James Danforth Stephen Dijohn Dennis Dukes john Fritz Danny Gardner Pete Gaul Richard Gillott Kenneth Gray Charlie Hamlin Edmund Hearne Richard Hopkins john Hornyak Gregory Knapp Nick Krafchik Barry LaBeef Fred Lindheimer Orrin Maine Fred Makoczy Michael Mastropaolo Alan Merk William Metzger Ken Myers john McCormick William McElroy Richard McEntee Joseph Nappi Paul Neenan Kim Nelson Phillip Petro Bob Platt Don Russell Robert Schissler Ed Shay Tom Shay Joe Shroat Robert Silvia George Smith Nick Spadafmo Tom Stark ,Terry Stellato Philip Sturm Randy Symanski Danny Thomas Jim Voyles Bob Welsh Rip Wrone OFFICERS: Milvin Ferguson, President, Mike Hamilton, Vice-Presidentg Henry Armstrong, Treasurerg Stewart Jenkins, Recording Secretary, William Orr, Pledge- masterg Don Smith, Chairman, Social Committee, Mike Mumford, Marshall San- dusky, 1.F.C. Representatives. V J: . f,L.g.,k..Ij- 3 I -.4 I. .1 'c I ALPHA PHI ALPHA Alpha Phi Alpha was founded on April 10, 1967 by Richard N. Evans, Jr. The name of the organization at that time was Kappa Phi. The purpose of the fraternity was to provide brother- hood to our worthy men who displayed the qualities of high intellectual ability, high moral standards, and re- ligious ideals. The organization became a member of I.F.C. on October 14, 1967, On January 11, 1969, Kappa Phi officially became Theta Omega chapter. Among its members are two participants of the "In- sight Series," Dick Gregory and Julian Bond. It is the oldest and largest predominantly Afro-American fra- ternity in the world. 17.6 , xx f .if P ' 93' 'SW 1 1 V if "' 14+ X s t? Q ' 1 7 l v -V5 S K 'L V , 1' .Q , J 'V f 3 7? fs f 55 3, f 5. Ski L 5 ,, RX 9' in N1 1 R i .,N. wt. K, .NM FRATERNITY SWEETHEARTS 5 M1ss VANNA JONES, Alpha Phi Alpha 5 , 'Hr A la 1 fl 21 Miss JANICE Locxwoon, Alpha Tau Omega Miss PAULA PAYNE, Alpha Gamma Rho Mlss PATSY HAMILTON, Kappa Alpha Miss LYNN YOUNG, Pi Kappa Alpha Miss MARGARET ADAMS, Lambda Chi Alpha , lag fi? Miss RUTH ANN HARRALSON, Sigma Pi W Miss CAROL ANDERSON, Sigma Phi Epsilon 130 Mlss JANIE P1-LEBLES, Sigma Chi Miss SUSAN DOWNEY, Sigma Nu 7.31 Miss ELAINE DENNING Tau Kappa Epsilon FRATERNITY SWEETHEARTS military :F P7- 11. 7 2,1 W Q. F 'Ea The Murray State University Brigade consists of seven hundred men. The brigade is made up of the First and Second battalions. ROTC at Murray State is designed to produce a specific product- a young man who possesses not only the qualities normally found in a college graduate but other special qualities of character, physical fitness and leadership that would allow him, shortly after gradua- tion and an eight weeks "finishing school," to stand at the head of a platoon of forty-four other young Americans, be accepted by them, and be properly prepared to perform as their leader. dm 2 r,'i . 7-34 Q wr 2 36 SECOND BATTALION Z fl i gs 21 Z-it The Ranger Company of Murray State University was the first of its kind in the state of Kentucky. In order to be a fully qualified member of the Ranger Company, a cadet must undergo a rigid mental and physical training period. The Ranger, after qualifying, undergoes an intense training period in tactical and counter guerrilla subjects. Instruction, therefore, must originate in the Held. With the belief that they are the best and with the background of inten- sive instruction, the Ranger Company is a proud and highly re- spected branch of our military organization here at Murray State. 138 Wg, -,,. , k?f'J's, wi ' "' 2.39 The Ranger Company First Row: Harvey L. Borger Capt., Commander Charles A. Tucker First Lt., XO Second Row: Ronald L. Bennett Second Lt. James C. Bolton- Second Lt. Third Row: Michael B. Jeffress Second Lt. Don G. McConnaughhay Second Lt. Fourth Row: Elliot F. Mitchell Second Lt. PERSHING RIFLES The Pershing Rifles is an honorary society for ROTC cadets. It was founded in 1894 by General John Pershing in order to foster a spirit of friendship and cooperation among the men of the military department. Since the beginning, Pershing Rifle units have created a feeling of brotherhood in almost every large college and university from coast to coast. Last year the "Pershing Rifles Precision Drill Teamw took second place at the Illinois National Drill Meet, one of the top meets in the country. The Pershing Rifles have a Color Guard which performs at all home football and basketball games here at the uni- versity. First Row: Lawrence E. Alderson James M. Bockelman Charles R. Campbell Kenneth B. Crawford George H. Cumbee Second Row: John P. DeWitt Gerald R. Ellis Larry J. Garland Rodney W. George James T. Goode 140 Third Row: Don L. Hayse Ben M. Howard William Lockett James D. McAloon Michael D. Mg,Gee Fourth Row: Jewell T. Morse Paul A. Nixon Fred C. Park Rodney M. Payne Ronnie S. Schofllein f"' ' -. Fifth Row: ' Gerald P. Scott Charles D. Stanfield w E J Harry E. Sweazy , Robert W. Thompson Cliiford A. Woomer First Row: Coy H. Atwood Lyndle Barnes, Jr. William F. Beard Second Row: Larry D. Beth Larry R. Forrest Donald L. Garrett Third Row.' Dennis R. Goodwin Hewitt .M. Harned Jack A. Hibbs -- 7-W , A ,il A 3.64 el Q .- at Carol Aycock Vivian Walton Attendant Attendant SCABBARD Sz BLADE HAH Company, 13th Regiment, National Scabbard and Blade Honorary and Military Society was organized and chartered in April 1956. Since then the Scabbard and Blade has become one of the most active and progressive campus organizations. Sponsoring and assisting in many university and community projects, the men of the Scabbard and Blade strive to obtain excellence in all endeavors thereby bring- ing great credit to themselves and Murray State Univer- sity. First Row: Lloyd G. Kelly fg- Sammy S. Knight . Q- Alfred L. Miller -. 4' '57 V' Second Row: V 1. 1 ' up A Dennis R. Minshall X iit' t Robert E. Mitchell E s . Marshall R. Moss ' Third Row: Jay D. Rayburn, II Robert N. Reader Charles D. Stanfield Fourth Row: Wayne P. Steneck William J. Thompson, Jr John S. Touchstone Fifth Row: ' V ' fa g Michael E. Walker " Dale F. Wilson Joseph O. Wilson illlmillisirillillll illlll fillllllly P1 F4 'lf 'I' f. ff W J 'EN' N W 'lg 'tm in xr w if A gg Q ' L , fa f w if I 1. 3,5 dmv -..w,gv.wfffx3g I, b. if yr V. ,E Y A, N X f M F PRESIDENT Leadership of any kind demands ability and work from the individual who assumes the task. In the role of president of a university the demands are extensively shadowed by numerous responsibilities. An individual assuming the posih tion must possess the capability which the task requires. Murray State has found such an individual in its president, Dr. Harry M. Sparks. In carrying out his responsibilities, he has displayed leadership admired by faculty and stu- dents alike. In the performance of various administrative duties, President Sparks has conveyed a concern for the many per- sons who make up the university. The warmth of his per- sonality has made him recognized not only as an outstand- ing president, but also as a friend. Students and faculty are both aware that President and Mrs. Sparks are a vital part of the university and that they have been a guiding factor of the university in its continual growth. GoVERNoR NUNN The development and advancement of Murray State University has been to a large extent the result of the con- tinued support of the Governor of Kentucky, Louis B. Nunn. As a recognized and admired part of the university, Gover- nor Nunn has been an inspirational and forward looking figure in the growth of Murray State. BOARD OF REGENTS In its role of leadership at Murray State, the Board of Regents has assumed a recognized and admired position as an administrative body. Through the efforts of the nine member board, the university has moved forward in its educational role. X' The members of the Board of Regents are Mr. Wendell P. Butler, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chairman, Mr. O. B. Springer, Mr. E. G. Adams, Mrs. Lochie Hart, Dr. Charles E. Howard, Mr. Bill Powell, Mr. Joseph M. Whittle 5 Dr. W. G. Read, Faculty Representative, and the President of the Student Government. M. O. WRATHER As Executive Vice-President, Mr. M. O. Wrather is a significant link in the administrative chain. During his years of service at Murray he has played an important part in the university's growth. In his position as Vice-President, he performs the tasks that are so neces- sary in the operation of a university. He is an admired representative of the university in his role of leadership. W G NASH The position of Vice President of Aca demics assumed by Dr W G Nash IS one which requires experience and an acute awareness of university functions Serving as the administrative head in all aspects of educational instruction, Vice President Nash 1S the guiding figure in every phase of the academic system Although his job 1S a difficult one, Dr Nash has displayed his capable leadership and his tireless ab1l1ty The results of out standing leadership are evident in h1s yeais of service to the university ...--Si 7-47 THOMAS B. I-IOGANCAMP The administrative duties of the university are well carried out by Dr. Thomas Hogancamp, Vice-President of Administrative Affairs. As part of the executive staff, Dr. Hogancamp supervises all phases of administrative activity. His job is an extensive and extremely important one. However, under his leadership the coordination of affairs is success- fully achieved. Hogancamp has prov- en himself to be an exceptionally capable leader of the university. ADMINISTRATIGN Mr. J. Matt Sparkman-, Dean of Students Mr. P. W. Xi, 'fgsfif' si LK x i I Af iwiyrbfg' 'X it .sing 1 M W , Q, M ,,mH,,,,...mm,, My N 'M , , Fl .gm . N ' ,YS as M 3 1 A ,M W .Q km. Ordway, Business Manager 7-4 Mr. Wilson Gantt, Registrar and Di- . rector of Admissions -W pAvs""" Miss Lillian Tate, Dean of Women Mr. M. C. Garrott, Public Relations 7-4- In the role of counselor and mediator, Mr. Matt Sparkman, Dean of Students, strives for understanding and cooperation between students and the administration. Mr. Wilson Gantt, Registrar, in addition to planning sched- ules and organizing registration, oversees the issuance of degrees and keeps a record of all grades. Management of financial and service programs are important functions in all aspects of administration and coordination of the university's business activities and are handled through the Business Manager, Mr. P. W. Ordway. Public Relations, directed by Mr. M. C. Garrott, provides the vital link between the university and the community and be- tween the various individuals which are part of the university. Miss Lillian Tate, Dean of Women, provides the guidance and counseling that is so important to the college co-ed. These five people plus their assistants and aides comprise the administrative ability necessary to coordinate the many activi- ties carried on at Murray State University. -i-7 SCHOOL OE A , ,, ,,,, M -WWMWMMMM PPLIED SCIENCE AND Dr. H. L. Oakley, Dean W...-v""' fL,,,M,,- TECHNOLOGY Agriculture, Home Economics, Industrial Arts d ing offer a ' ' ' , an Nurs- varied curriculum which f comprises the School o Applied Science and Technology. Various aspects of education are explored in accordance with the needs of the people. A broad general education is required but the school also trains its students to become competent technologists which America's scientific and industrial society demands. Included in the programs offered by the various depart- ments are courses which enable the student to develop problem-solving understanding and to discover effe t' means of expressin h ' c ive g t e1r natural urge for creative and con- structive activity. 150 Mr. E. B. Hovxiton, Agriculture ,,,,.,i- Miss Ruth Cole, Nursing E xx Dr. Beverly Fowler, Home Economics 151 DEPARTME T HEADS Dr. Clifton D. Lemons ,aw-2-ff' , Industrial Education FACULTY sw J, V K. . 151 s X M if 'B - s . 'SQN X Q4 x Us xi 7 L-:L E. if M WN sr JZ First Row: Mary Jo Arndt, Nursingg Dr. Durwood W. Beatty, Agricul- tureg John Belt, Industrial Ed. Second Row: Daniel Blankenship, Industrial Ed.g Frances Brown, Home Economicsg Pauline Campbell, Nursing. Third Row: Ann Carr, Home Economicsg Dr. Charles Chaney, Agricul- tureg Sharon Lee Claunch, Nursing. Fourth Row: Joseph Cowin, Agriculture 3 Kathryn Culbert, Nursingg Jewell Deene Ellis, Home Eco- nomics. Fifth Row: Barbara Etter, Home Economicsg Frank Fazi, Industrial Ed.g John E. Fortin, Industrial Ed. Sixth Row: Virginia Harmeyer, Nursingg Robert L. Hendon, Agricultureg Dr. Lloyd Jacks, Agriculture. . f 1.5 'QQ' F int Row: Billie Jo Jones, Nursing, Rob- ert W. Jones, Industrial Ed., EHie Kemp, Nursing, Dr. Fon- tella Kimbell, Home Economics, George Lilly, Industrial Ed. Vice-Chairmang Paul K. Lynn Industrial Ed., Jerry McClarney Industrial Ed., Dr. Roger L Macha, Agriculture. J 5 1 Second Row: Dr. John D. Mikulcik, Agricul- ture, Elizabeth Ordway, Home Economics 5 Evelyn Pearson, Home Economics, Jane Rainey, Nursingg Anne Roney, Nursing, V. R. Shelton, Agriculture, John Steczak, Industrial Ed., Dr.,Marjorie S. Stewart, Home Economics. Third Row: Amos Pauline nomicsg Home Winters, Tackctt, Agriculture 5 Waggener, Home Eco- Rufie Lee Williams Economics g Kenneth Industrial Ed. .53 FACULTY 7 SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Walter E. Blackburn, Dean The School of Arts and Sciences is composed of the de- partments of Biology, Chemistry, Communications, Health and Physical Education, Modern Foreign Languages, His- tory, Mathematics, Military Science, Physics, English and Fine Arts. Here is found the center of the university's cur- riculum. Every student, no matter what their course of study, will be enrolled in many of the courses which the school offers. Courses of study in liberal arts as well as pre- medicine, pre-law, pre-engineering and other pre-profes- sional fields give the student a thorough educational basis for future work. In addition to the professional areas offered, the School of Arts and Sciences provides forty-Hve hours of required general education. 7-54 -ff:-fwyffisigg - S1 X, s K 1 a 2 ,,, . I .1 isrffizivzik-SEI w , .... , - S ,news I 5 A N . K A " K - . i . 4- -Q - A ' ,fzf.4 - , wiasqszggg - K ,- Dr. A. M. Wolfson, Biology Dr. Guy A. Battle, English Wg. Mr. Richard W. Farrell, Fine Arts Dr. Pete Panzera, Chemistry Dr. Ray Moi-ield, Communications. E1 Dr. Harold Robertson, Mathematics DEP RT T HEADS 7-55 FACULTY " ..1.ff Dr. James Matthai, Social Sciences , "" 'f4"""' ' 23 Q ,i 1 ' 3 "' X we t i 2 g 9 x A , , X , Q 13 ff' gf-fx Q if --..-'Q ,sm , ' k .. if '-" he Dr. Chad Stewart, Health and Physical Education it w 5 . Pl 4 Dr. Willia.m G. Read, Physics Wifi A ffm Dr, Kenneth Harrell, History Dr. James A. Parr, Foreign Languages 'isis ,.Q..w-P' Colonel Eff Birclsong, Jr., Military Science 157 First Row: Dr. John H. Adams, English, Charles Ainsworth, English, Rex Alexander, Health and P.E., Joanne Arabie, English. Second Row: Randal P. Arabic, Art, SP5 Barry Austin, Military Science, Dr. John Baker, Health and P.E., Major Charles Bartlett, Military Science. Third Row: William Basham, Drama, Dr. Louis M. Beyer, Physics, Cap- tain john Biggio, Military Science, Harold Leo Blair, Music. Fourth Row: Gary Boggess, Chemistry, Wil- liam Bonham, Speech, Karen Boyd, Art, Frieda Bradsher, English. Fifth Row: Dr. Lynn B. Bridwell, Physics, George Britt, Math, Billy E. Burnley, Physics, Ardath G. Canon, Physics. Sixth Row.' Grady L. Cantrell, Math, Dr. M. G. Carman, Math, Dr. Charles Cella, English, M. P. Christopher, Chemistry. Seventh Row: Armin L. Clark, Chemistry, Larrie Clark, Music, James Claypool, History, Dr. Evelyn Cole, Biology. Eighth Row: Major Werner Cole, Military Science , Dr. Harry Conley, Chemistry, Maura L. Corley, Math , William C. Cornell, Health and P.E. FACULTY First Row: Laurel Covington, Art, Hazel Cowin, Math, Dr. Phillip Crant, Foreign Languages, Robert Daniel, Biology, Dr. Iosiah Darnall, Music, Dr. Charles Daughaday, English. Second Row: Anne DeSchepper, English , Gerald DeSchepper, Art, San- dra Dockrey, English, Margaret L. Doyle, Health and P.E., Anthony J. Droege, II, Art, Dr. Donald D. Duncan, Physics. Third Row: Clara M. Eagle, Art, Dr. Har- vey L. Elder, Math, Dr. Robert C. Etherton, Physics, Dr. Harold Eversmeyer, Biology, Bobby R. Falwell, Art, Charlsie Flory, English. Fourth Row: Dr. James Frank, Health and P.E., William A. Franklin, So- cial Science, Dr. Marian J. Fuller, Biology, W. Furches, Art, William Furgerson, Health and P.E., joy Goode, English. Fifth Row: Dr. Annette Gordon, Chemis- try, Dr. Marshall Gordon, Chemistry, Bailey Gore, Health and P.E., Nita Graham, Health and P.E., David Gronbeck, Social Science, SSM. William Halford, Military Science. Sixth Row: Dr. Hunter Hancock, Biology, Dr. Gary L. Haws, Foreign Language , Carroll Harrison, Speech, Dr. Marion D. Hassell, Biology, Dr. Mildred Hatcher, English, Roy Hatton, History. Seventh Row: Dr. James T. Hayes, En-glish, Robert Head, Art, Captain Donald Heilig, Military Science, Roy A. Helton, English, Dr. Stanford Hendrickson, Geog- raphy, Dr. Melvin Henley, Chemistry, Eighth Row: Jane Hiers, Health and P.E., William R. Higgins, History, David L. Horton, Art, Dr. L. J. Hortin, Dir., Journalism, A. L. Hough, English, David Howell, Chemistry. '51 'L aww FACULTY 5 First Row: Major William Hudson, Mili- tary Scienceg Dr. Karl Hussung, Chemistry, Major Anthony Johnson, Military Science, Rob- ert E. Johnson, Dir., Dramag Shirley Johnson, Radio, John H. Keene, Biology, Suzanne Keeslar, Foreign Language 5 Wesley Kemper, Biology. Second Row: Dr. Rolf E. P. King, Foreign Language, Dr. James M. Kline, Physics, SFC Kenton Kohr, Military Scienceg John F. Ko- walzik, Speech, Ruby Krider, Speechg Harold Langland, Artg SSG Joe Lawrence, Military Science g Richard Layman, Health and P.E. 7-59 FACULTY First Row: Dr. Erwin Lehto, Chemistry, Dr. Jean Lorrah, Englishg Dr. Irvan Lubachko, History. Second Row: Peter D. Lund, Englishg Cal Luther, P.E.g Dr. Eula McCain, Music. Third Row: Maxine McCanits, Englishg Dr. Bobby McClellan, Chemistry, Cheryl H. McMurry, Math. Fourth Row: Dr. William E. Maddox, Physics, Wadi Mahfoud, Mathg Captain Richard Mallard, Military Science. Fifth Row: Neale Mason, Musicg Kent Moore, Math 5 Thomas Morgan, Director of Radio Sc T.V. Sixth Row: Donald Nelson, Englishg Major Thomas Owen, Jr., Military Science 5 Carmen S. Parr, For- eign Language. Seventh Row: Lt. Colonel Jack G. Persall, Military Science, Dr. Clell T. Peterson, English 3 W. J. Pitman, Biology. Eighth Row: Charles Porter, History, Lt. Colonel Gary V. Pugh, Military Science, Mildred D. Pugh, Eng- lish. 160 FACULTY First Row: Bennie Purcell, Health and P.E., John S. Rankin, Social Science, Franklin E. Robinson, Social Science, William Roode, Art , Joseph Rose, Social Science, Dew Drop Rowlett, .E. Second Row: Paul Shahan, Music, Dr. Wayne Sheeks, Social Science, Fred- erich Shepard, Art, LSG Har- old Showman, Military Science, John W. Sigle, Math, Mar- garet Simmons, P.E. Third Row: Tom Simmons, P.E., Bobby Joe Sims, Social Science, Mor- gan Sisk, Biology, Dr. Ralph Slow, English, Boris Schiel, Foreign Language , Brinda Smith, P.E. Fourth Row: W. A. Smith, Social Science, William F. Smith, Physics, Hunt Smock, English, Dr. Liza Spann, Biology, Jesse Spencer, P.E., Thomas Spoemer, Art. Fifth Row: Roberta Staples, English, SP4 Bruce Stefan, Military Science, Dr. Wallace Swan, English, Donald Story, Music, William B. Taylor, Physics, Darrell Townsend, P.E. Sixth Row: Robert Usrey, English, Gale L. Ward, English, SSG Claude Welch, Military Science, Au- burn Wells, Social Science, Bill C. Wells, P.E., Peter W. Whaley, Chemistry. FACULTY First Row: Dr. Donald Whisenhunt, His- tory, John W. White, Math, Roberta Whitnah, Chemistry, John Williams, Biology, Captain Robert Williams, Military Science, John Winter, Music, Emily Wolfson, Artg Dr. James Woodard, Music. 3, 3,fH,z'L. ,.gx55,w,V ,R .,.: iifwillf X 3 ,,:E :digg ' i 977' Second Row: Charles L. Young, English, SFC Louis Zimmerman, Military Sci- ence. 2.62. L WQ W wane 'L xi NX ,MX SCHCOL OF BUSINESS fi ste 5, 5 'ia A 5 Philip Tibbs, Dean Organized, equipped, and staffed to provide excellent preparation for professional careers, the School of Business offers fourteen dififerent undergraduate programs in the business and economics fields. The departments of Accounting and Finance, Business Education and Ofhce Administration, Economics, Manage- ment, and Marketing provide a wide curriculum in the field of business. Three graduate degree programs are also offered through the School of Business. A Master of Business and a Master of Science in Economics are offered. In addition, the Mas- ter of Arts in Education with emphasis in business can be obtained in cooperation with the School of Education. 1.64. ll! MW? 4... as 3557 Z 2 ff Mr. John A. Thompson, Accounting and Finance Dr. John W. Devine, Business Ed. and Oiiice Admin. DEPARTMENT HEADS DF- Howard C- Giles, EC0T10miCS Mr. William B. Scale, Marketing Dr. Clifford Eubahks: -Management , . 355253 265 2 P a 3 2 i 'v 5, . 45 FACULTY 2. W 7 First Row: Dean E. Allmon, Managementg Vernon Anderson, Acct. and Finance 5 Terry L. Amdt, Acct. and Finance g R. B. Barton, Jr., Managementg Ronald J. Basini, Marl-:etingg Rue L. Beale, Eco- nomlcs. Second Row: Kathryn Carman, Marketingg Dr. Alberta Chapman, Bus. Ed. and Office Admin.g Jane Cre- mer, Bus. Ed. and OHice Adminlg Eugene Flood, Manage- mentg Dr. Michael J. Gardone, Economicsg Dr. Ronald B. Geenens, Economics. First Row: Esco Gunter, Bus. Ed. and Of- fice Admin., Verda H. Happy, Bus. Ed. and Office Admin.g Dr. Jules V. Harcourt, Bus. Ed. and Office Admin. Second Row: Delbert Honchul, Management, Eugene Hurn, Management, George Ligon, Management. Third Row: Charles Lounsbury, Marketingg Robert McCann, Bus. Ed. and Office Admin., Clyde H. Mc- Donald, Acct. and Finance. Fourth Row: Dr. Gilbert Mathis, Economics, Thomas I. Miller, Acct. and Fi- nance, Ronnie Moubray, Acct. and Finance. Fifth Row: James O. Overby, Manage- mentg V. W. Parker, Acct. and Finance, Johnny L. Reagan, Marketing. Sixth Row: Ira Max Reed, Acct. and Fi- nance, Frances C. Richey, Man- agement, LaVerne Ryan, Bus. Ed. and Office Admin. Seventh Row: Roger Schoenfeldt, Manage- ment 5 May Boaz Simmons, Bus. Ed. and Office Admin. g Dr. James Thompson, Eco- nomics. Eighth Row: Robert L. Warren, Acct. and Financeg Jane Wells, Manage- ment, Eugene Willis, Acct. and Finance. 167 X -ne is ik A 5 Qi 5' F' r E -13-L qikifjge -f.-:gl-:R . , A 1' W,-qg".,,,qv 5 5 -,MAI s fr- Q L S 'S . .QF it 'N 9' . X - S SCHOOL UF EDUCATIO Dr. Donald B. Hunter, Dean The School of Education with its emphasis on quality instruction offers teachers of all subjects, supervisors, ad- ministrators, and specialists professional training which will enable them to better pursue their career in education. A six-story building adequately equipped with counseling rooms, a speech and hearing laboratory, seminar rooms, an audio-visual laboratory, a reading clinic and regular class- rooms provides the most modern in equipment needed to train for the educational field. During a studenfs senior year a professional semester is planned providing nine weeks of classroom instruction in philosophy, teaching techniques and human development and an additional nine weeks of actual classroom experi- ence in an area school participating in the program. The School of Education offers courses of graduate study in the fields of Elementary Education, Guidance and Coun- seling, Secondary Education, Psychology, and School Ad- ministration. 7. 68 Miss Rubie E. Smith, Elementary Education 'R 1ggnlnll""' 1.62:-1 7 s S . -. Q J X Eifji 5,239 suv 'K 21 isa N. ' x . Dr. William J. Ryan, Secondary Education Miss Rezina Senter, Library Science FACULTY First Row: Dr. Robert A. Alsup, Ed. Serv- ices, Dr. Mary E. Bell, Elem. Ed., Linwood Booth, Psychology' Evelyn Bradley, Psychology. 1 Second Row: Sue Chaney, Univ. School, Varro Clark, Psychology, Jean Cooper, Univ. School, Dr. Arvin D. Crafton, School Ad. and Supervision. Third Row: Mark Cunningham, Psychology, Edna Darnell, Library Science, Sue Fairless, Univ. School, Dr. Franklin Fitch, Sec. Education. Fourth Row: John Ed Fitch, Univ. School, Dr. Robert Fox, Ed. Services, Vanda Gibson, Univ. School, Dr. Gwendolyn- Grossman, Elem, Ed. Fifth Row: Dr. Jerome C. Hainsworth, Sec. Ed., Barbara Harrod, Psychol- ogy, Dr. J. M. Hiers, Psychol- ogy, Harlan Hodges, Sec. Edu- cation. Sixth Row: Dr. Ben Humphreys, Psychology, Richard Jackson, Univ. School, Elsie Kennedy, Univ. School, Dr. Frank Kodman, Psychology. Seventh Row: Jo Lovett, Univ. School, Mavis McCamish, Univ. School, Frances Matarazzo, Univ. School, Dr. Salvatore M. Mata- razzo, School Ad. and Supervi- sion. Eighth Row: Stephen Mazak, Psychology , Diana Mills, Psychology, Dr. Charles Moore, Psychology, William A. Morris, Elem. Ed. ss.. Si F N Q1 sc,-f '-.:.. 'Q kc 7.70 Firxt Row: Jo Nell Rayburn, Univ. School J. D. Rayburn, Ed. Services George B. Roberts, Univ. School Venona Rogers, Univ. School Jackie Rose, Univ. Schoolg Clin: ton M. Rowlett, Elem. Ed. Robert Rowan, Psychology, Eu gene Russell, Elem. Ed. Second Row: Dr. Donald Rye, Psychology Dr. William E. Segall, Sec. Ed. Terry Shelton, Univ. High, T P. Sholar, Library Science 7 Vernon Shown, Dir., Umv. High, June Smith, Elem. Ed. Lawrence Suffill, Univ. High Hazel Tarry, Univ. High. r l s A ,WX . rf X " fu n? . Third Row: John G. Taylor, Ed. Se , Dr. Keith H. Taylor, Ed. icesg Margaret Terhune, School School g School g School g School g School 171 Lanette Thruman Thomas Vaughn: Golda P. Waters, Leonard Whitmer, Shirley Wilferd, L...- rvices , Serv- Univ. Univ Univ. Univ Univ. Univ. Fourth Row: Thomas Wilkins, Univ. School' Wayne M. Williams, Ed. Servf ices. FACULTY 7,,,,,,, ,, , GRADUATE SCHOOL Dr. Ralph Tesseneer, Dean James B. Shrewsberry, Director of Research ee ee is W ,. The Graduate School, under the supervision of Dr. Ralph Tesseneer, prepares teachers and school leaders for greater service by extending those fields of study that would result in improved classroom instruction, enlightened administra- tion, and better human understanding. The graduate level courses offer training in science, the fine arts and business for industrial and governmental personnel and provide for creative leadership in an increasingly complex and dynamic business society by enlarging their knowledge, managerial skill, vision, and perspective. LIBRARY va, 5- 1, f,-1. f im f lat ,H . ,V ,. , :q,,-an wnayvu-,ft 1, t f ' tr ft W . 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M, , Q M 5, jffgf Mr. Charles Hinds, Head Libmnan .LN 7. 73 First Row: Mamie Anderson Betty Bowden William Burnette Second Row: Laurie Gray Lois Gregory Nancy Gronbeck Third Row: Ann Herron Modest jeffrey Marilyn McFadden Fourth Row: Mary Belle Overbey Christa Schorrig Quava Smith Fifth Row: James D. Steely Charlotte Sturm Olivia Turley Sixth Row: Ann Watson Mayme Whitnell Lilly Williams f-, l -1 P 2-N .'l. j r- if 5 'S x If W :J f' . -- lp fx ,WW ggsllli' GRADUATE CABINET The Graduate Cabinet is composed of five graduate students representing each of the five schools: the Graduate School, School of Applied Science and Technology, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, and the School of Education. The cabinet confers with Dean Tesseneer, Dean of the Graduate School, pertaining to recommendations and criticisms in areas concerning the graduate students. This year's Graduate Cabinet consists of Cleft to rightj Mrs. Ruth Smith, Graduate School, Mr. Mac Anderson, School of Arts and Sciences, Mr. Wayne Swezig, School of Education, Mr. Jim Burton, School of Business, and Mr. Doug Lambert, School of Applied Science and Technology. 7.76 First Row: AHMAD ALLAMEH ..,. .... T ehran, Iran COY ATWOOD ,. ........ Symsonia, Ky. FREDERICK BAMEoRD..Saginaw Harbor, N.Y. LAWRENCE BERNHARDT ..... Brooklyn, N.Y. Second Row: THOMAS BLUE . . . .... Slaughters, INEZ- BREWER ,... .... P aducah, ing, SHIRLEY BRINDLEY .......... Mayfield, ROBERT BYRD .. .... Dawson Springs, 'L First Row: JOHN CENTIIO .... JANE CHAPMAN .. LARRY CHAPMAN . . . . . CAROL COLLINS .. . Second Row: JETTA CULPEPPER JOHN DALE ...... STEPHEN DALZELL . . . WILLIAM DANIEL Third Row: BERNARD DEVLIN . WILLIAM DILLON VALERIE DOWIE . . . . . WILLIAM DRAPER Fourth Row: NORMAN DUNCAN WILLIAM DUNCAN DONALD DUNN .. MORTON EVANS .Chesapeake, Va. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . .Mt. Vernon, Ill. Falls Church, Va. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . .Newman, Ill. . . . .Murray, Ky. Upper Darby, Pa. .River Grove, Ill. ..Irvington, NJ. . . . .Murray, Ky. . .. .... Mt. Carmel, Ill . . . .Murray, Ky . .Owensb0ro, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky First Row: JANE FARLEY .. WAYNE GWALTNEY ROBERT HACRNEY PATRICIA HAGER Second Row: PHILLIP HALL BONNIE HELSLEY . RONALD HOFFMAN KATHY HoovER .... Third Row: JOE HOWELL .. ROBERT HUFE .... MARGARET HUMPHREY . . . EDDIE HUNT .... . . . .Murray, Ky. .Owensvil1e, Ind . . .Louisville, Ky Farmington, Mo ....Fult0n, N.Y. . .... Henderson, Ky. Meadville, Penn. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Benton, Ky. . . .Memphis, Tenn. . , . .Murray, Ky. . . .Paducah, Ky. First R ou' .' DAN MCBRIDE ...Lincoln Park, Mich. ROBERT NICQLAULHICY PAMELA MCGAIJIQHEY AIOHN NICKNIGI-l'l' .. Second Row: MAX NEss RONALD NEss . . . SARA PAGE .. HYUN PARK .. .. ...Murray, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. . .Lockhaven, Pa. . . .Galion, Ohio . . .Galion, Ohio . . . .Lynnville, Ky. Kwangju, Korea First Row: RONALD HURLBURT NORMA JOINER .. RUTH JONES .. CAROLYN LAMB Second Row: DouraLAs LAMBERT LARRY LEATH DONKQSUP LEE .... ABRAHAM LEv1N .. Third Row: SURL LIANGBHIBUL LANEEL LILLY .. . JOHN NIANCUSO RICHARD MARRAZZO Fourth Row: MILTON MAY GEORGE METCALF . . ELLIS MUELLER PAUL MULLINS . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Eddystone, Pa. . . . .Murray, Ky. ....Murray, Ky. .....Wing0, Ky. ....Murray, Ky. .....TrenIon, NJ. Bangkok, Thailand . . .Corydon, Ky. ...Bethpage, N.Y. . . . .Salem, N.Y. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Duxbury, Mass. . . .Stamford, Conn. . . . . .Wingo, Ky. 'L First Row: JEFFRY PARKER THOMAS PARKS ....... . HOWARD REID . . . DAN ROBERTS Second Row: DEAN RODNEY STEPHEN Ross MORKDAN RYAN NIOHAMMAD SHAMS . . . .Ogden, Utah West Trenton, NJ. . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. . . . . Murray, Ky. .. . .Hc-rrin, Ill. . . .Centralia, Ill. . . . .Kingston, N.Y. . . . . .Iran-Tehran ipaq.. X .W wr- 180 -nsn..,j First Row: VICKI SHELL .... MY'RA SHIMEK .. RUTH SMITH JEFF SI-ALIN . . . Second Row: TOMMIE STAFFORD RODGER SWATZELL WAYNE SWEZIG .. CAROL THOMPSON Third Row: JAMES TOLER . . . BETTY TURNER .. JAMES TURNER . . . PATRICIA VIA .. Fourth Row: EDWARD WILEY .. JACKIE WILLIE . . . HwEI-JEN YOUNG POLLY ZANETTA ..., . . . .Murray, Ky. .Liberty, Canada . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Stamford, Conn. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Cerulean, Ky. Winchester, Ohio . . .Livermore, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .LaCenter, Ky. . . . .Fulton, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Benton, Ky. . . .Tainan, China . . . .Fenton, Mo. M' fl' V,,,M,, El . J www? 6 ps wk N 7 First Row: THOMAS ABELL ...... , ..... Eldorado, B.S. Business Ed. KAREN ADESON ............... Chicago, B.S. Elem. Ed. HOWARD ABESON .......... Lexington, B.S. Chemistry BRADLEY ADAMS ........ Valley Station, B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: DONALD ADAMS .............. Murray, B.S. Geog. 84 Physical Ed. EDWIN ADAMS .............. Paducah, B.S. Biology EMILY ADAMS .,,..,........ Hickman, B.A. French 8: English HOBART ADAMS ............ Louisville, B.S. Business Third Row: JUDITH ADAMS ........,... Louisville, B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc English JUNE ADAMS ....... , . .Valley Station, B. A. English MARTHA ADAMS ............... Hazel, B.S. Nursing ROBERT ADAMS ......,...... Mayfield, B.S. Industrial Ed. Fourth Row: TERRY ADAMS ................ Fulton, Ky B.A. English TWILA ADAMS ........... Farmington, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. Bc English 1 First Row: JOHN ASBELL ................ Oakton, Ky. B.S. Physics 8: Math RAY AUKER .......... South Whitley, Ind. B.S. Hist. 8: Physical Ed. SUSAN AUSTIN .............. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. WILLIAM BABBITI' ......... Greenville, Ill. B.S. Marketing Second Row.' JAMES BALES .............. Elbert, W.Va. B.S. Health 8c Physical Ed. LARRY BALL .............. Louisville, Ky. B S S eech Sc Political Science . . p DAVID BAILEY ............ Ft. Mitchell, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. IVAN BAILEY .............. Rochester, Ky. B.S. Nursing First Row: FRANK AIELLO ............ New York, N.Y. Bachelor of Science JOSEPH AIELLO ............ Irvington, N.J. ..,,,, Q B.S. Eng. Bc Sociology JAMES ALBRITTON ..,......... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Chem. Sc Biol, CHARLES ALDRICH .......... Comstock, Ky. B.S. History Second Row: JANET ALEXANDER .......... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Nursing JOE ALLBRITTEN ............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Sociology JAMES ALLEN ................ Barlow, Ky. B.S. Math 8: Chem. MICHAEL ALLEN ...... Elizabethtown, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. Third Row: ROBIN ALLEN .,............ Eldorado, Ill B.S. Eng. 8: Elem. Ed. TOMMY ALLEN ............ Alamo, Tenn B.S. Business CHARLES ANDERSON .......... Paducah, Ky B.S. Biol. Sc Eng. HAL ANDERSON .............. Mayfield, Ky B.S. Agriculture Fourth Row: JUDY ANDERSON ..........,... Benton, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc Geog. MARY JANE ANDERSON ...... Greenville, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. CHAS. ARMSTRONG ........ Wood River, Ill B.S. Accounting JANICE ARNOLD ........,. Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. ...ax 2 First Row.' - JENNIFER BAILEY ........., Gallatin, Tenn. B.A. Eng. Sc History CAROLINE BAKER .......... Mt. Vernon, Ill B.S. Library Science DEANNA BAKER ..,....... Manchester, Ky B.S. Art BONNI BALZ ............,. Louisville, Ky B.A. Math Second Row: MANOUTCHEHRE BARATI ...... Ahwaz, Iran B.S. Math 8: Physics PHIL BARBER ................ Murray, Ky. B.S. Hist. 8: Political Science LYNN BARGER .,.........., Golconda, Ill. B.S. Home Ec. BEVERLY BARKER ......,.. Stamford, Conn. B.S. Elem. Ed. 284 First Row: BARRY BARKS ............... Sanford, Fla B.S. Physical Ed. JOHN BARLOW .......... Binghamton, N.Y B.S. Management MARLYN BARNARD ....... Cave-in-rock, Ill B.S. Special Ed. CHARLOTTE BARNES .......... Grayville, Ill B.S. Elem. Ed. Second Row: SHERRY BARNHILL .......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Nursing RALPH BARNWELL ........... Murray, Ky. B.S. Special Ed. KENNETH BARRETT ....... .... B enton, Ky. B.A. Psychology LUCINDA BARTON .........,.. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row.' DAVID BASTLORE II ...... Washington, D.C. B.S. Business Admin. JOSEPH BASILE ..... . ...... Jamestown, N.Y. B.A. History Sc Eng. MARTHA BAsTIN .......... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Health 8: Physical Ed. JAMES BATHRICK ............ Bradford, Pa. B.S. Business Admin. Fourth Row: FORREST BAYER ........ West Frankfort, Ill. B.A. Chemistry ROSEMARY BEASLEY .......... Fairdale, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. GILBERT BECK .................. Flora, Ill. B.S. Physical Ed. RICHARD BECKER ............. Dover, N.J. B.S. Physics 8: Engineering 3 11311 'L First Row.' BIARK BECRER .............. Trenton, Ill B.S. Management JOHN BECKMAN .......... Richmond, Ind Bachelor of Music Ed. GEORCINE BEHRMAN ........ Nashville, Ill B.S. Elem. Ed. BRENDA BENNETT ............, Fulton, Ky B.A. Math Sc Eng. Second Row.' JOHN BENNETT .............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. TOM BERARDI ............ Kingston, N.Y. B.S. Business Ed. S'l'IiH'ART BERGMANN .... Binghamton, N.Y. B.S, Elem. Ed. Sc Physical Ed. lNiAI.COHM BERRY . ......... Henderson, Ky. B.S. Geography Third Row: NANCY BERRY ...,........ Owensboro, Ky Bachelor of Music Ed. PAUL BERscHIEn .......... , Paducah, Ky B.A. Eng. Ek Library Science jo ANN BERTRAM ,, ........ Lexington, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. LARRY BETH ............ Gilbertsville, Ky B.S. Chem. 8: Math . ' 3.7 1 QA 7. -.ff. Vfif First Row: JAMES BEUTEL .......... Union Beach, NJ. B.S. Chemistry GEORGE BINGHAM II ......... Maytield, Ky. B.A. English FREDERICK BLACK .......... Newport, Ark. Bachelor of Music RICHARD BLACKSTON ........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. Second Row: BONNIE BLAKEY ......... Hodgenville, Ky. B.S. Nursing DAVID BLAREY .......... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. THOMAS BLOEMRE ............ Elgin, Ill. B.S. Accounting CAROL BoAz ....... - ,....... Murray, Ky. B.S. Nursing Third Row: MoLLY Boccnss .............. Hardin, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. BENNY B01-IANNON ........... Benton, Ky. B.S. Political Science SHARON BOLING .......... Owensboro, Ky. B.A. Chem. 8: Math HARRY BORGER .............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Speech 8: Hearing Fourth Row: BARBARA Bosr .............. Centralia, Ill. B.S. Math Sc Psychology GLORIA Bo1'roMs .......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Nursing BERRYMAN BOURNE .......... Oberlin, Ohio B.S. Accounting WILLIAM BOURNE .......... Oberlin, Ohio B.S. Psychology First Row.' ROCER BRIGGS ................. Bath, N.Y B.S. Agriculture EARLENE BRINDLEY .......... Mayfield, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. ALICE BRITI' ................ Mayfield, Ky B.S. Home Ec. Sc Eng. EARL BRIZENDINE .......... Russellville, Ky B.S. Art Second Row.' SUSAN BROCK ............... Marion, B.S. Business RONALD BROCKMAN ............. Kevil, B.S. Agriculture MARY BRODIE ............ Owensboro, B.A. Art DIANA BROWN ............... Murray, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: JANIS BROWN ................ Paducah, Ky B.A. English JOHN BROWN ......,...... ..Paducah, Ky B.A. French Sc Spanish NANCY BROWVN ........... Crutchfield, B.S. Home Economics ROY BROWN ........,....... Bardwell, Ky. B.S. Geog. 8: Biol. Fourth Row: TOMMY BROWN .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Math 84 History NANCY BRYAN .............. Paducah, Ky B.S. Biol. Sc English TI-IO:xIAs BRZOZA ........ Schenectady, N.Y B.S. Business Admin. MYRA BUCY ............ New Concord, Ky. B.S. Home Economics First Row: MARX' JANE BOYER .........,. Potosi, Mo B.S. Home Economics JAMES BRADLEY ......,.... Clarendon, Ill B.S. Communications JOIIN BRADY .......... t ..... Athens, N.Y. B.S. Physical Ed. Sc Sociology JEROME BRANDON ............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Sociology Second Row: GREGORY BRANSEORD ........ Hickman, Ky B.S. Industrial Ed. NIICHAEI, BRASHEAR ......,. Brookville, Ind B.S. English CONSTANCE BRAZELL ....,.... Paduqah, Ky B.A. Elem. Ed. 8: Eng. REBECCA BRENNAN ........... Murray, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. 7. First Row: ALFRED BUCZYNSKI .......... Freehold, N.j. B.S. Psychology 8: Sociology DONALD BUFFINGTON ...... Middletown, B.S. History Sc Biology NANCY BULLARD ......, ,,.Henderson, Ky. B.S. Psychology 8: Sociology MILDRED BURDIETT ........ Owensboro, Ky. B.S. History 8: English Second Row: GARY BURKETT ,........... ..Keyport, NJ. B.S. Speech MARIHA BURKS .....,.... Horse Cave, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. IWARTHENA BURR ........... Franklin, Ky. B.S. Nursing RONALD BLRTON ......,..... Edgewood, lll. B.S. Business Admin. Third Row: ROBERT BUSBY ....... ..... H enderson, Ky. B.S. Marketing JUDITH BUSH ............... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. 8: English LARRY BUSSEY . ................ Burna, Ky. B.S. English NIICHAEL BUSSIERR .... New Bedford, Mass. B.S. Physical Ed. Sf 1 'Rf First Rout: NIICIIAEI. BUTLER ........ Hauppauge, N.Y B.S. History HERBIZRT BUTTRICK ....,... Portland, Ore B.S. Sociology 81: English JAN BUXTON ................ Murray, Ky B.S. Physics Xa Math RITA BYRD ................. Mayfield, Ky B.S. Speech, Hearing Sc Special Ed. . 4 Ifirsf Row.' SHANNON BYRD ........... Elberfeld, Ind. B.S. BioL 8: Chem. I?l0WARD BYRD .............. Paducah, B.S. Business CVRTIS CAIREL ............ Providence, Ky B.S. History XVILLIAM CALL .............. Hickman, Ky B.A. Physics Sc Math Second Row: BILL CANNON ............... Murray, Ky Bachelor of Music Ed. PIIVLLIS CANTFR ........... Lynnville, Ky B.S. Home Economics ROBERT CARLTON ........,. Syracuse, N.Y. B.S. Business Ed. JAMES CARTLIDIJE ........... Trenton, N.J. B.S. Math 'VIII' D.. First Row: DAVID CARLSON .......... Jamestown, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. RAYMOND CARR .............. Chicago, Ill. B.S. History 84 Geog. HOAIER CARRINOTON .... Mt. Vernon, Ohio B.S. Accounting BARBARA CARROLL ......... Arlington, Ky, B.S. Home Economics Second Row: JANET CARROLL ............ Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc Speech JOHN CARSON ............. Covington, Ky. Bachelor of Science JESSE CARTER .................. Boaz, Ky. B.S. Physics 8: Engineering SUE CARVER ...,............ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: HOWARD CASH .......... Madisonville, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. NORMAN CASH .............. Mayfield, Ky B.S. Management SANDRA CASH ................ Fulton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. SHARON CAUDILL .........,.. Marion, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. Fourth Row: JACK CENTERS ................ Hazel, Ky. B.S. History 8: Sociology DAVID CENTRO ........... Chesapeake, Va. B.S. Agriculture JOHN CHAFFIN .............. Paducah, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. JOSEPH CHANEY ......,. Kalamazoo, Mich. B.S. English R: History First Row: DIANE CHERRY .......... Calvert City, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. CARL CHESTER ,.............. Kirksey, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. DIANA CHQNTE .............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. Secretarial Science 8: Eng. BONITA CHRISMAN ............, Hazel, Ky. B.S. Library Science 84 Eng. Second Row: LINDA CHRISMAN ............. Dexter, Mo. B.S. Elem. Ed. EDWARD CISOWSKI ............ Harvey, Ill. B.S. Biology Xa Business RAY C1ssE1.L ............. Louisville, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. STEPHEN CLABO .......... Knoxville, Tenn. Bachelor of Science 190 First Row: LARRY CooPER ............ Mt. Vernon, B.S. History HARRY COOVERT ............ Paducah, B.S. Health Sc Physical Ed. MARCUS Coma ..........,.... Benton, B.S. Biology jon COPBLAND .......... Water Valley, B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: PATSY COPRLAND ............ Paducah, B.S. Math DONALD COPLEY .............. Albion, B.S. Business CAROLYN CORYELL ........... Paducah, B.S. Nursing GEORGE CORYELL ............ Paducah, B.S. History FiI'.I! Row: I.INnA CLARK ................ Murray, Ky. B.S. Nursing JOIINNY CLAYTON ..........,. Paris, Tenn. B.S. History Sc English I'IsrquY COBB ................ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. CIsoRc:I: COFFELN ........ Gilbertsville, Ky. B.S. Biology Sffczmrl Row: MARYJOII CoLcLAsURE ..... Kinmundy, Ill. B.S. Gcog. 84 English PATRICIA COLE ..........,.... Sturgis, Ky. B.S. Home Ec. JFRRY COLEMAN ,... . ..,........ Lola, Ky. B.S. Agriculture TIQRRY COLIQMAN .,.............. Lola, Ky. B.S. Math Sc Business Third Row: CLAUDE COLLER ..,.......... Lorain, Ohio Bachelor of Music Ed. SARAH COLLIE ................ Benton, Ky. B.S. Nursing CliRIKLD COLLINS .............. Marion, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts KATIIERINR CONNER .... Morris Plains, NJ. B.S. Business Admin. Fozlrtlz Row: BIARY CONNOR .............. Apopka, Fla. B.S. Elem. Ed. DOLLLAS Cook ...,...... Schenectady, N.Y. B.S. Business Ed. l,AYlD COOPER .............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. History 8: Political Science JAMES COOPER ........... Taylorville, Ill, B.A. Business 61 IL 7.91 First Row: MICHAI-:L COSBY ............ Bardwell, Ky. B.S. Agriculture THoIxIAs COSMAN .......... Harrison, N.J Bachelor of Science STFI-HHN COSSAIRT ......... Bloomheld, Mo B.S. English 8: Speech-Drama lYlARSHAl.I. CosrA JR. . .Treasure Island, Fla. Industrial Arts Second Row: XVILLIAM COTTRINGER ...... Audubon N.J. B.A. Psychology 8: Philosophy NANCY COIIRTNEY ..,..,.... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. 'Home Economics BARNARD Cox ............ Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. if Bormv Cox .......,.......... Murray, Ky. A.B. Biology 8: Chemistry 2.91. Firs! Row: CAROL CRACRAFT .,.......... Benton, Ky B.S. English tk Speech NIORRIS CRAcRAr'I' ......,.... Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. K Speech JoHN CRAr:cs .,.............. Auburn, Ill. B.S. Agriculture PHILIP CRAII: ...,.,... .... C Tnmden, Tenn. B.S. Cllemistry Sc Biology Second Row: JEFFREY CRALLE ....,.......... Olney, Ill B.S, Agriculture SANDRA CRAVFNS ..........., Princeton, Ky B.S. Business Admin, HLPHZIBAH flRAXVIf0RD ...... I,ouisx'ille, Ky BA. English RICH.'XRD CRrcrI.II's ......... Tucson, Ariz B.S. Business Admin. tk Marketing Third Row: DAVID CRIDER .............. Arlington, Ky. B.S. Geog. Sc History JERRY CRITES ................. Olney, Ill. B.S. Math Sc Physical Ed. FRANK CROHN JR. .... Milwaukee, Wisc. B.S. Sociology PAUL CROSBY ................ Paris, Tenn. B.S. Marketing Fourth Row: BRFNDA CROUCH ............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Biology THoIxrAs CROIJCH ..........., Wickliffe, Ky. B.S. Chemistry 84: Biology JIMMY CULPHPIIER ,....,...... Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. CAROL CUNNINIIHAM ........ Louisxiille, Ky. B.A. English First Row: KEITH CUNNINGHAM ........ Princeton, Ky B.S. Accounting JOHN CIQRRAN ,..,...... Fairless Hills, Pa B.S. Business Education CAROL CUTINI ............... Kirksey, Ky B.S. Physical Education and Health YVILLIE DADE ........... Hopkinsville, Ky B.S. Elementary Education Second Row: JOHN DAHL ........ A. .Elizabethtown, Ky. Bachelor of Science CHARLES DAILEY .............. Sturgis, Ky. B.S. Biology lic Chemistry EDMUND DALOISIO ...... Farmingdale, N.Y. B.S. Agriculture JAMES DANlf'0RTH ..South Portland, Maine B.A. Speech 84 Drama Third Row: BRIAN DARLINIQ .......... Stamford, Conn B.A. Math 8: Spanish GEORGE DAUSCH ...... Stewart Manor, N.Y B.S. Business RONNIE DAVENPORT ........ Princeton, Ky B.S. Accounting JOHN DAYIFS .............. Levittown, Pa. B.S. Business Education 419' io- I 2. First Row: BILL DAVIS ,...........,... Fairfield, Ill. Bachelor of Science JOYCE DAVIS ..,..... Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Home Economics SHEILA DAVIS ............ Providence, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education BETH DAY ................. Westville, Ill. B.S. English 84 Secretarial Science Second Row: JOSEPH DAY .........,.......... Nebo, Ky B.A. Speech Sc Political Science JANICE DEES ......... -...Calvert City, Ky B.S. Home Economics LINDA DEGIACINTO ........ Harrisburg, Ill B.S. Elementary Education CHARLES DEHAVEN ........ Owensboro, Ky Bachelor of Science Third Row: DEHNNA DELKER .......,.. Henderson, Ky. B.S. Home Economics EARL DEVINE .......... Grand Rivers, Ky. B.S. Speech 8: Political Science CYNTHIA DEXVITT ...... Terre Haute, Ind. B.S. Elementary Education RI'ssELL DIBELLO ............ Murray, Ky. B.A. Psychology 8: Journalism X I5 7-94 First Row: CARL DICKILN .........,.... Fredonia, Ky B.S. Speech ROBERT DIERS ............ Fenton, Mich Bachelor of Science S'rFi1ni1N DIJOIIN ,......... Waterloo, N.Y B.S. Education IDARRELL D1xoN ............ Ridgway, Ill B.S. Sociology Srrwlfl Row: YYONNE IVJODIIIC ............ Princeton, Ky. Ilzivlielor of Music Ed. IANA lJous0N .,...,........ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education .IAM-, DORG.-KN ...,.........,.. Benton, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education KERRY DoR'rcH ..........,. Hartford, Ky. B.S. Marketing Tlzird Row: CIIPRYI. DOl'l.l,A5 ......, Caxe-in-Rock, lll. B.S. Elementary Education RODNI-.Y Dow .....,...... Smithtown, N.Y. B.S. Agriculture ClA'1'Hi.RiNL7 Downv ...... Madisonville, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. ji-ZNNI1-'HR Dowm' ........ Hopkinsville, Ky. BA. French 84 English lfozzrllz How: BRFNDA D0wict.i. ............... Kevil, Ky. B.S. Biology Rc English Alox Downc , ............., Irvington, NJ. B.S. Business .Administration St su Dowxriv .....,...... Puryear, Tenn. Bachelor of Music Ed. Eu Dowxs .......,......,..... Almo, Ky. B.S. Elementary Education First Row: RICK DLNCAN .............. Wixom, Mich Bachelor of Science VICKIE DUNKERSON .......... Paducah, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. RONALD DUNN .....,...... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Psychology AIQBREY DURHAM ............ Crofton, Ky. B.S. Art Second Row: PAUL D'URs0 .....,......... Murray, Ky B.S. History PEGGY DWYER .......,..., Owensboro, Ky B.S. journ'alism LELIA EDILFRTON .......... Newburgh, Ind B.S. Business Admin. LINDA EDMONSON .......... Providence, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: JANET EDwARDs .......... Cynthiana, Ind. B.S. Business Ed. DONNA EGBERT .......... Louisville, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. PATRICIA ECCENSPILLER ...... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. LINDA ECG!-'R ............ Allen Park, Mich. B.S. Elem. Ed. Fourth Row: CATHERINE ECNER ........ Calvert City, Ky B.S. Nursing DAVID EISON .............. Ledbetter, Ky B.S. Agriculture DORIS EI.LIo1'r ...... 5 ........, Wingo, B.S. Elem. Ed. PATRICIA ELLIS .....,........ Murray, B.S. Library Science 8: Speech fd. First Row: JIDITII DowNs .....,........ Murray, Ky. B.S. Library Science NANCY DRDA ............... Highland, Ill. B.S. Oflice Management MICHAEL DUFFY ............ Marion, Ky. B.S. History DANIEL DUKE ....,........... Benton, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. Sn-mzd Row: DENNIS DUKES ...,........ Hoopeston, Ill. B.S. Math k Accounting Cl-'CFLIA DUNCAN ............ Benton, Ky. B.S. English 84 Speech JERRY DUNCAN .............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Health Sc Physical Ed. JUDY DUNCAN .............. Princeton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. First Row: LARRY ENGLAND .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Speech 84: History JOHN EPPERSON .......... McLeansboro, Ill B.S. Psychology 84 Sociology ALLAN EPSTEIN ......,.... Irvington, N.J B.S. Marketing LINDA ERWIN .......... Toms River, N.J B.S. Home Economics Second Row: SHARILYN ERWIN ............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. JUDY ESPINOZA .............. Paducah, Ky. B.A. Elem. Ed. VICK ETHERIDGE ,........... Tupelo, Miss. B.S. Agriculture ALBERT EVANS ...,...... Indianapolis, Ind. B.A. Psychology Third Row: JOHN EVANS ................ Clinton, Ky B.S. Chemistry Xc Biology THEODORE FADLER ..Prairie du Rocher, Ill B.S. Speech 8: English RONALD FAILLACI ........ Stamford, Conn B.S. Economics SALLY FARMER ........,. YVater Valley, Ky. B.A. English Xa History First Row: DEAN FAUGHN ............... Benton, Ky B.S. Home Economics SUSAN FAUST ,............. Louisville, Ky B.A. History Sc English BRENDA FEAST .........,.... Paducah, Ky. B.A. History STEVEN FEIERSTEIN .......... Bellmore, N.Y. B.S. History Sc Political Science First Row: CHARLES IfnRfzl:soN ...... Lexington, Tenn B.S. Elem. Ed. BIELYIN FERGUSON ........ Providence, Ky Bachelor of Science THOMAS FERRIOLO ........ Crosswicks, N.J Bachelor of Science MARY FILIQR .............. Champaign, Ill B.A. Psychology 8: Spanish Second Row: JOAN FIRSTER ............ .,.. L ow, Ky. ' B.S. Art JAM ES FITZGIBBONS .......... Rockford, Ill. Bachelor of Science GERALD FLICISCHER ..New Hyde Park, N.Y B.S. Marketing CHARLES FORD .............. Mayfield, Ky B.S. Agriculture ...ww 'L First Row: PAUL FORMAN .......... Massapequa, N.Y. B.S. Political Science LARRY FORRIQST ..,......... Grossville, Ill. B.A. Math 8: German CI.AB0L'RNl7 lfosl'1fR . ,.... Munfordsille, Ky. B.S. Art ROBERTA l'i0S'Iil'iR .......... Alexander, Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. S1'c'0r1d Row: XVILLIAM Fox ............ Earlington, Ky. B.S. Science Xa English xY'll.I.l.-XXI l-'RALICR .,.. llzxwson Springs. Rv. Bachelor of Science DAR.-KI,l.'X FRANKLIN , ...,..... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. DONALD FRANKLIN ...... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. Third Row: KAREN FRANKLIN ........... ,Marion, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. iw.-XRY FRANKS ........., Valley Station, Ky. B.S. Medical Technology THOMAS FRI-1N1z ........ Glen Burnie, Ma. B,S. Accounting KAREN FRERICHS ,............ Murray, Ky, B.S. Physical Ed. Fourth Row: JOHN FRITZ .,.......,....... Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Science STANLEY FROM ............ Irvington, N.J. B.S. History and Political Science JAMES FRYF , ......... St. Petersburg, Fla. Bachelor of Science SHHRRY Fur:1c'r'r ........... Lexington, Ky. B.S. Social Science First Row: ANITA FULLER ......,,...,. Blackford, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. CHARLES FULLER .,....... ,. . .Paducah, Ky B.S. History 8: Political Science GARY FULLER .................. Cobb, Ky B.S. Agriculture JOHN FIJLTS ................. Lincoln, Ill B.S. Math Sc Physical Ed. Srroml Row: VICKI FUNK .............. Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Biology 8: History THOMAS Ifusco .............. Chicago, Ill. B.S. Industrial Ed. GERALD CAETA ........... Murray, Ky. B.S. Business ROBERT GAFFEY ..Atlantic Highlands, NJ. B.S. Industrial Ed. Third Row: HENRY CIAGE .........,...... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Library Science 8: English JAMES CAGNON .......... Lindenwold, NJ. B.S. Industrial Ed. 8: Agriculture LIAPEREY GAMLNGN ........ Lindcnwold, NJ. B.S. History 8: Business THOMAS GAINES ..,..,...... Murray, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed, Q. 'LT'- 'HV' 'W'--A First Row: JIMMY GEURIN .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Agriculture MARYANN GIACCHINO ...... Levittown, N.Y B.S. Physical Ed. LINDA GILES ............... Hickman, Ky B.A. Math 8: History REXFORD GILL ......,.....,. Clay City, Ill B.S. Agriculture Second Row: DAVID GILLIAM .............. Benton, Ky Bachelor of Science WILLIE GILLIAM ............ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. RICHARD GILLOTI ...... Staten Island, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. KATHLEEN GIORDANO ...... Deer Park, N.Y B.S. Business Ed. Ifimt R ow: ROIQER CAREERS .......... Mt. Vernon, Bachelor of Music Ed. ALLEN GARDNER .......... Greenville, Bachelor of Science RODERT GARDNER II ......., Greenville, B.S. Chemistry CARY GARLAND ..... ..... C alvert City, Bachelor of Music Ed. Second Row: LARRY GARLAND ............ Murray, B.S. Business PAMELA GARLAND ............ Murray, B.S. Chemistry 84 Biology SHARON GARMS ...... Cape Girardeau, B.S. Health 8: Physical Ed. KAY GARROTT ........ . ...... Murray, B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: Ill. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. MO. Ky. RICK GASTINEAU ........ Herculaaeum, MO. Bachelor of Science DEAN GAUCH ...... West Manchester, Ohio Bachelor of Science PETER GAUL ................ Albany, N.Y. Bachelor of Science JUDITI-I GEDMINE .......... Westmont, Ill. B.S. English Fourth Row: THoMAs GEORGE ............. Salem, Bachelor Of Music Ed. LINDA GERNIAIN .... . . . .Water Valley, B.S. Home Economics GORDON GERBIAIN ............ Dakota, B.S. History 8: Political Science ANTHONY GESUALDI ........ , . Bristol, B.A. Special Ed. Ky. Ky. Ky. Pa. 'L First Row: AMANDA GLAss ............ Princeton, Ky B.S. Business Ed. JAMES GLAss .,.............. Kuttawa, Ky B.S. Accounting ANITA GLORE .....,........ Paducah, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. 84 English BAN GLOVER ..............., Murray, Ky B.S. Industrial Arts Second Row: ROSEMARY GOAD ......,, Springfield, Tenn B.S. Psychology 8: Speech HAROLD GOLDEN ........... Croghan, N.Y B.S. Accounting HECTOR GONZALEZ ........ Louisville, Ky B.A. Industrial Arts ALLEN GOODMAN .......... Brooklyn, N.Y B.S. Management OO First Row: IRA GOODSMITH ............ Flushing, N.Y B.S. Physical Ed. DENNIS GOODWIN . ........ Princeton, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. CARLISS GOOLD .,............ Delmar, N.Y. B.S. Elem. Ed. MARTHA GOPELAND . ......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Business Second Row: JEFFREY GOUGI-I ...... West Warwick, R.I. B.A. Biology GARY GRACE .............. Hannibal, Mo. Bachelor of Science CHERYL GRAHAM .......... Scottsville, Ky. B.S. Psychology Sc English JOHN GRAHAM ............. Danville, Ky, B.S. Accounting Third Row: LARRY GRANQUIST .......... Rockfort, Ill. B.S. Marketing JOE GRANT .........,...... Louisville, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. REBECCA GRANT ............. Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. BOBBY GRAY .......... Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Math Fourth Row.' BRADLEY GREEN ............ LaPorte, Ind B.S. Sociology KAREN GREEN .............. Hickman, Ky B.S. Accounting LINDA GREEN ................ Melber, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. WILLIAM GREENE ........... Mayfield, Ky B.S. Business Naming OI First Row: GARY GREGORY .......... Mt. Vernon, Ill. Bachelor of Music Ed. RANDALL GRIEE ............ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. GORDON GRIFFIN ...... Cliff Island, Maine B.S. Biology Sc English GARY GROGAN .,..,........ Frankfort, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: ROBERT GROSSMAN ...... Philadelphia, Pa. B.S. History 8: journalism NANCY GUDGEL .......... Alexandria, Va. B.A. English JOHN GUIZTTERMAN ............. Cairo, Ill. B.S. Marketing LARRY GUNTER ............... Fulton, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Third Row: BE'I'rY HACER ............ Carbondale, Ill B.S. Nursing DALE HAGER ......,....,, Louisville, Ky B.S. Business Admin. JACKIE HALE ................. Cadiz, Ky B.S. Business Ed. RONNIE HALE ...,.......... La Place, Ill B.S. Art vi., flaw O2 l"ir.s't R mu: Srmnox lI.x1.1iY .......... Long Island, N.Y. B.S. Home Economics llllvll IIALI. ................ Mayhcld, Ky B.S. Industrial Ed. Iuuuuf HALL .......,....., Huntsville, Ala Ilacllvlor of Music Ed. RICIIARD IIAL1. ............,. Decater, Ill BA. Physical Ed. Second Row: W11.1.1,xxr HALL ........,... Boonville, Mo. B.S. History X4 Political Science lfmxciis H.u1B1.lN ...... Hudson Falls, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. DoN.u.n H.-xrxnrrow ......,... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Marketing Micnu-11. H.fKNIII.TON ,.South Fulton, Tenn. B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Sociology Third Row: Snrmu' HAMUN ........,., Mayfield, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc English JERRY HAMM .............. Mayfield, Ky B.S. Industrial Ed. K1-NNHIH ll.xMxlAcK ....,. Providence. Ky B.S. Agriculture Cmrmz HAMPTON .......... Louisville, Ky B.S. Art 1 Fourth Row: JOHN HANES ................... Flora, Ill. B.S. Marketing MARY HANFY ..........,.. Louisville, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. J. C. H.'KNKlNS ...... Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Math 8a Chemistry lwlmzraixnrr H.NNSl"N ........ Mt. Vernon, Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. !T-:Q"f.,,.Z5a First Row: JOHN HARRISON .......... Farmington, B.S. Agriculture KARL HARRISON ............, Benton, B.S. Journalism LINDA HARTMAN .......... Collinsville, B.S. Education JIM HASXN'ELL .............. Louisville, Bachelor of Science Second Row: SHARON HATCH ............ Ccntralia, B.S. Physical Ed. DANNY HATCIAIER ............ Murray, B.A. History Sc Political Science CARROLL HAYDEN .........,... Utica, B.S. Marketing D0LoREs HAYDEN .............. Utica, B.S. Nursing Third Row: PHILLIP HAYDEN ...... ...... P aducah, B.S. Business AdmiII. BOBBY HAYES .....,.......,. Kuttawa, B.S. Industrial Ed. DAWN I'IAYES ............... Kuttawa, B.S. Math 8a Psychology JAMES HEATER , ............, Paducah, Business Admin. 84 Accounting Fourth Row: DENNIS HELIX! ...,............ Clinton B.S. Agriculture MARSHA HENDON ............ Murray, B.S. Nursing BRUCE HENDRIX ...... ........ M arion, Bachelor of Science HELEN HENRY .......... New Madrid, B.S. Home Economics tix? 'lla First Row: THOMAS H.-XRlQROl'E .......... Maylield, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. DAVID HIXRINION .............. Paducah, Ky B.S. Math 8: Accounting KENNETH HARMON ........ Perryville, Ky. Bachelor of Science ALAN HARMS ,.......,. Rio Hondo, Texas B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: BILLY HARPE1R .............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. Management JAMES HARRIS .............. Browder, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. JAMES M. HARRIS ...... Springheld, Tenn. Bachelor of Science CAROLE HARRISON ........ Metropolis, Ill. B.S. Art it O Third Row: CLIQNDA HENSON .,........ Metropolis, Ill. BS. Elem. Ed. RCJN.-XI.D HERNDON .....,. ..Princeton, Ky. B.S. English ALPHONSO HLRRFRO .......... Chicago, Ill. B.S. Special Ed. RAYMOND HIQYDIZT . ..... Chittenango, N.Y. B.S. Marketing Second Row: JACK Hums ,...... .........,. S turgis, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Business SANDI HIBBS ................ Kansas, Ill B.S. Business Ed. LESLIE HICKOK ,........ .Glens Falls, N.Y. B.A. Biology LOUIS HAIIIKS .....,.......... Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Science Third Row: DARRIQLL HIGGINS .....,..... Fredonia, Ky. B.S. Accounting RONALD HIGGINS .............. Benton, Ky. B.S. Accounting SUSAN HILL ........... Gilbertsville, N.Y. B.S. Business Ed. RUSSELL Horms ............. Bardwell, Ky. B.S. Agriculture if . f 1 'QW'-If-. "'4'fZZP lin-I 1., 4-'Ziff First Row: AiARY Hociuzk ........,... Arlington, B.S. Psychology 8: Speech-Hearing BILLY 5101: Home ............ Murray, B.S. Accounting RIZBA HOFFMAN ............. Paducah B.S. English EARL HOGUF .......,.... Mt, Vernon Bachelor of Music Ed. lfirst Row: SANDRA Holifxxn ...,......,. Fairdale, Ky. B.S. Chemistry Sc Math STAN l'IOl.I,AND .............. Benton, Ky. BZlClll'l0l' of Science l'.M:i.A l'l0l.1.lnAv ...,.,... ,..lN'Iurray, Ky. BA. English 8: History NIICHAICI, Ho1.l,lnAY ........ Henderson, lxy. BS, Psychology Second Haw: RANm1.i. Horns ..... ,. .Madis0nvillc, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. joswn I-I01.i,owAx' ............ Wingo, Ky. Baclu-lor of Science Umm Homllis ...,...... Springheld, Ill. B.S. Agriculture PATRICIA Homiizs .... Winston-Salem, N.C. Bucllclor of Music Ed. l V l l N 'Qfgf ll , ., ...Nw f z.. all wh., First Row: DIANE HIIDSON .............. Benton, Ky B.S. Nursing WILLIAM HUEF ............ Paducah, Ky B.S. Business Admin. BETH HUFFNIAN ............ Mayfield, Ky B.A. English JOHN HUGHES ...,.......... Mayheld, Ky B.S. Industrial Arts Second Row: NIARGARET HUCQHES .......... Marion, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. NANCY HUIGHES ............ Paducah, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. THOMAS HUGHES .....,...... Murray, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. TONYA HUUUELEY ,..... Rutherford, Tenn B.S. Physical Ed. Third Row: WILLIAM HUMM ...... Elizabethtown, Ill B.S. Business Admin. BENJAMIN HUMPHREY ........ Murray, Ky. B.A. Chemistry Sc Biology CHEsTER HUINIPHREY ........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Health Sc Physical Ed. CATHERINE HUNT ...... Valley Station, Ky, B.S. Elem. Ed. First Rozu: CHI-QRYL HUNT ..,........... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. NIICHAFI. HUNT ............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. Math JOHN IIUNTER ............... Fulton, Ky. B.S. Social Science SIIIRILY HIIRI.m' ...,........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Second Row: FR.-KNCILS HURT .............. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. JINI INGLE .................... Hayti, Mo. B.S. Industrial Ed. JOSEPH INGRAO .......... Jamestown, N.Y. B.S. Industrial Ed. JAY INAIAN .............,.. Boonville, Ind. B.S. Business Third Row: BRENDA JACKSON .......... Arlington, Ky. B.S. Business Ed, GARY JACKSON ................ Kevil, Ky. B.S. History JIMMY JACKSON .,.......... Bardwell, Ky. Bachelor fo Science JL:DIrH JACKSON ............... Kevil, Ky. B.S. English Fourth Row: i Sun JACKSON .............. Providence, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. DIANNE JACOB .............. Princeton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. RALPH JANES ............... St. Elmo, Ill. B.S. Industrial Ed. ELAIN JENKINS ........... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Nursing First Row: JUDITH JENKINS .......... Barberton, Ohio B.S. Nursing KAREN JENKINS ........... Mt. Vernon, Ill. Bachelor of Music Ed. ROBERT JENNINCS ........ Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Industrial Tech. DAVID JRSSIIP ........... Madisonville, Kv. B.S. Math Second Row: LARRY JFSSUP ............ Calvert City, Ky. BA. English LYN JIis'rI-iR ................. Cowden, Ill. B.S. Chemistry BARBARA JFWELL ............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Home Economics CHARLES JOIINSON ....,.. McLeansborO, Ill. B.S. Geography-History Q. asm-..,,, 07 First Row: l'iAR0l.D JOHNSON ...... Bowling Green, B.S. Business Ed. ROBP1R'F .JOHNSON .............. Valois, B.S. Agriculture B. L. JOHNSTON ...,.,.... Pittsburgh, B.S. Business I.AwRiiNciz JOHNSTON ...... Henderson, B.S. Industrial Arts Second Row: NIARIAS JOHNSTON .......... Henderson B.S. English M.-my JOHNSTON ............ Paducah, B.S. Elem. Ed. BRVNDA LIOINER ........ Hopkinsville, B.S. Sociology CIH.uu.O'i"1'ia JONES ............ Herrin, Bzielu-lor of Music Ed. i-fa. L O 4u..,,, First R on ': DORTHA JoN1is ........,..... Murray, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. JI-ssl-i .IONFS ................. Clinton, Ky. B.S. Business Iixisr JONIQS ................ Bells, Tenn. B.S. Home Economics Ru:n.xRn JONES .,............ Virden, Ill. Bziclielor of Music Ed. Sermzd Roni: Ro1u'R'r Joxl-S ............ Oak Ridge, N.J. K B.S. Elem. Ed. ROiH'R'i' JONFS ............. Louisville, Ill. B.S. Business Admin. Tinu-i.xSA JONES .....,......,. Mayheld, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. VANNA Joxrs ............ Dyersburg, Tenn B.S. Elem. Ed. Tllird Row: IMLLAS JORDAN ........,. Cherry Hill, N.J. B.S. Accounting Mifkkx' Jl'Nc12R ...... Franklin Square, N.Y. B.S. Agriculture JOHN JIURHZA ......... Binghamton, N.Y. B.A. Industrial Ed. lWfAR'l'lN KADY ........... Alexandria, Va. Bachelor of Science lfozzrlli Row: Nl.'lRlllli'I'll Kfxnai ........,. Golconda, Ill Bziclielor of Music Ed. llARl.l-'NE KARAS .......... Yorktown, N.Y Bzlclieloi' of Music Ed. Wiiimm KARCHER ............ Cairo, Ill B,S. Sociology K Speech Anxirn KATTAN .......,..... Murray, Ky B.S. History 309 ff!! First Row: NIICHAEL KEEL ................ Hazel, Ky. B.S. Agriculture JOIIN KEELE ............. Wayne City, Ill. B.S. Accounting CURTIS KEEN .......,...... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Eng. 8c Physical Ed. JOSEPH KEESLAR ............ ,.Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: jIfRRY KI-TLL .................. Fulton, Ky B.S. Biology DAVID KI-LLLEY ............ Providence, Ky B.S. Agriculture H.fXROLD KELLEY .......... Scottsville, Ky B.S. Biology NIARY KELLEY .............. Mayfield, Ky B.A. Eng. 84 Business Third Row: -Im-IN KELLIHER ............ Syracuse, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. DANNY KELLY ........ . ..... Clinton, Ky. B.S. Math Sc Physics NANCY KELLY .........,.. Princeton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. BRIQNDA KI-TOWN , ....... Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. 1l!i 'FNS IO First Row: jmirs KERLICJ .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Physical Ed. JOE KERR ,................. Rantoul, Ill B.S. Psychology S: Biology Slsw KERR ...,.......... COlllITlbllS, Ky B.S. Home Economics JERRY KEY .............. Farmington, Ky B.S. Agriculture 8a BIIsiIIess Second Row: Rlclil KEY ................ Louisville, Ky Bachelor of Arls l.IfI.m KEYS ...,...,.......... Benton, Ky. B.S. Home Economics IIIPICHA KIM ....., Kew Garden Hills, N.Y. B.S. Library Science LINDA KIAIBRO .......... Southgate, Mich B.S. Education Third Row: lffwn KING ., ................ Clinton, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. hlARll,YN KING ........ Cunningham, Ky B.S. Psychology P.-x'rRIc1A KING ....,..,........ Anna, Ill B.S. Elem. Ed. Bfxxtn' KINCTON ........ Madisonville, Ky B.S. Agriculture 1-'ozzrlh Row: Sriixn KIRBY .............. Syracual, N.Y B.S. Business Ed. LARRY KIRKLAND .......,.... Rumsey, Ky B.S. Agriculture ARIJIC KIRKPATRICK .... Niagara Falls, N.Y B.S. Physical Ed. l7lIlI.LIP KLAPP .,.......... Mayfield, Ky B.S. Industrial Ed. First Row: NIARIAN KRAFT ........ Grand Gower, Ill B.S. Nursing JAMES KRAL's ...,......... Louisville, Ky B.S. Agriculture KATHLEEN KREKICH .......... Passaic, NJ B.S. Business Ed. RoNA1,D KuI'c1NsKI ...... Philadelphia, Pa B.S. Business Second Row: RAYMOND LACQUE ...... Fort Edward, N.Y. B.S. Accounting P.-xrRxc1A LAMAR ..P1easure Ridge Park, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. LARRY LAxu'K1Ns ,, ....,..... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. NI.-XRILYN LANE ........ Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Home Economics Third Row: LARRY LANILFORD .......... Hickman, Ky. B.S. Management MICHAEL LANIER ......,......, Kevil, Ky. B.S. Biology NANCY LANIIQR .......,...... Murray, Ky. B.S. English MYRA LARGE .............. Centralia, Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. Fourflz Row: ARVED l..'XRSlfN ........,... Durhzun, Conn BIlCilCi0T of Science RlCH.NRD LASSITIZR .......... XVinclfu1l, Ind B.S. I.ibr:1ry Science ANNA LATHAM .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Business Ecl. Bu.1.Y I..x'i'u.'m ...,.......,.. Clinton, Ky B.S. Agriculture First Row: JAMES IIATIMER ............ Puryear, Tenn. B.S. Agriculture DALE LATTA ................ Clinton, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. MICHAEL LAWLER ...,.... Mound City, Ill. Bachelor of Science PHILIP LAwRENCE ....,. Hudson Falls, N.Y. B.S. Biology Sc Chemistry Second Row: SANDRA LAWRENCE ..... ..... W ickliffe, Ky. B.S. Communications WAYNE LAWRENCE ......... Wickliffe, Ky. B.S. journalism 8: History DONALD LEE ............ Leitchlleld, Ky. B.S. Math Sc Physics MICHAEL LEIIMAN ............ New York B.S. Accounting Third Row: ALICE LEMONDS ..,..... Buchanan, Tenn B.A. Chemistry Xa Math JAMES LEONARD ........... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Art WVILLIAM LEIIER ..,..... New Madrid, Mo B.S. Finance ADAM LEWVANDOSKI ........ Keyport, NJ B.S. Physical Ed., History 8: Sociology First Row: BARRY LEWIS ............ Tonawanda, N.Y B.S. Business Admin. LINDA LILLY ................ Murray, Ky B.S. English 8: Biology I-'RID IIINDHFIMFR ........ Water Liet, N.Y B.S. Accounting SANDRA LINDQUIST ......... Louisville, Ky B.S. Nursing Ky 111 KY F lu Fla. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. Rominr NIAGLIOLA ...... East Meadow, N.Y ERN!-isT NIAINE ...,.......... Ashaway, R.I IOSICPH NIAIONE ............. Trenton, NJ CONSTANCE MAJOR ............ Cadiz, Ky First Row: FRFDFRICK NIAKOCZY .,,..... Buffalo, N.Y. B.S. Phys. Ed. 8: History GLENN MALCHOW , .....,... Franklin, Ky. B A Ps 'cholo y 84 Biology . . y g XVALTER BIALIS ......... Merrillvillc, Ind. Bachelor of Science LIANICE MALONE ............ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elementary Ed. Second Row: FAIRRA MANN ................ Fulton, Ky. Bachelor of Science jonx Iklmuzowskl ........ Lafayette, Ind. B.S. Management CARRY BI.-KRSII ..,............. Harvey, Ill. B.S. Business Admin. ROB!-1R'l' BIARTIN ...... , . . .Prineeton, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. Third Row: NIARTHA MARVCA ............ Bardwell, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. Miclmrm MARUCA ............ Starke, Fla. B.S. Physical Ed. Ak'mt'R BIARX ,....... Kew Gardens, N.Y. B.S. Psychology, P.E. NIICHAEL M.,xs'rkoPAoLo ...... Trenton, NJ. BS. Management ,uf Ebb 1..s,,4AElr.....,,...aM , ff ,. QU-94. "W-fr an-K First Row: ROBERT MILES .......... Fort Edward, N.Y. B.S. Accounting YVILLIAM MILES .......... Louisville, Ky B.S. Management ALFRED NIILLER .......... Central City, Ky B.S. Political Science ARCIIIE MILLER ......... West Paducah, Ky B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: BILLY MILLER ................ Murray, Ky B.S. Agriculture EUGENE MILLER ........ Mt. Vernon, B.S. Industrial Ed. EVELYN MILLER ........ West Paducah, Ky B.S. Business 8: History JON MILLER ............... Gulfport, Fla B.S. Marketing First Row: THOIXIAS MATHEWS .......... Fairfield, Ill B.S. Journalism RECINA MATIIIS ........ WVest Paducah, Ky B.S. Elementary Ed. CHARLES INIAYBERRY ........ Louisville, Ky B.S. Physics Sc Math KAREN NIAYBERRY .... New London, Conn. BYS. Nursing Second Row: JERRY MAYES ........,.. Fancy Farm, Ky Bachelor of Science THORIAS MEARS .............. Carmi, Ill B.S. Management JOYCE MFEKS .............. Blackford, Ky B.S. Home Economics RICHARD IVIFILINCER .... Voorheesville, N.Y B.A. Phys. Ed. Xc History Third Row: RICH.XRD MEIIIORN ...... Jeffersontown, Ky. B.S. Psychology Sc History R.LXYLENE MELTON ........ East Prairie, Mo. B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc English JOEL BIENNIE .......,...... Neptune, N.J. B.S. Business Ed. ROBERT IYIERRY ...,....,..... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. Fourth Row: CARRY IYIERVIS ............. Kokomo, Ind. B.S. Industrial Ed. LINDA NIESSEI. ............ Louisville, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. NANCY MICK .........,........ Talu, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. PAUL MICK .... ...........,. M arion, Ky. B.S. Business Sc Journalism I 1 First Row: KENNETH MILLIGAN ........ Trenton, Tenn. B.S. Business Admin. 8: Mktg. JAMES MILLS ................ Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Science XVILLIAM MINOR ............ Dahlgren, Ill. B.S. Psychology TOM MITCI-IEM ,........... Irvington, Ky. B.S. Industrial Tech. Second Row: MARY MITCHELL ..........,. Fulton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc English SHARON MOFFITT ............ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc English MOLLY MOLLER .......... Pontiac, Mich. B.S. Physical Ed. CHARLES MOORE .......... Macedonia, Ill. B.S. Agriculture 1 First Row: LEE NIOORE .............. Princeton, Ky B.S. History WALTER MOORE ............. Urbana, Ill B.S. Speech Sc Political Science ALETA MOREHEAD ...... West Paducah, Ky B.S. Biology Sc History RUSSELL MOREY ............. Murray, Ky B.S. Business Admin. Second Row: JAMES MoR1:AN .......... Jamestown, N.Y. B.S. History KAREN MORGAN .......... Speedway, Ind. B.A. German 8a English EDMUND MORRIS ,......... Eddyville, Ky. B.S. Speech 8: Sociology JEANNINE MORRIS .......... Mayheld, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: PHILLIP MORRIS ............ Paducah, Ky. B.S. History Sc English XVILLIAM MORRIS ............ Pellville, Ky. B.S. Chemistry 84 Biology 1-'RANK MORSKI ........ Pinckneyville, Ill. B.S. Math 84 Physics JOANN MORTON .......... Gorham, Maine B.S. Elem. Ed. Fourth Row: CLRTIS MOSELEY .,......... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. MARSHA NIOSGROVE ...... Clarksville, Ind. B.A. English JEROME NIOSHEN ..,....... Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S. Accounting XVIIIIAM MOYE ............ Arlington, Va. B.S. Business Xxx X xi w X 'F-M Q Hut Row: P-XTRICK BIOYNAHAN ........ LaCenter, Ky B.S. journalism 84 Speech B.S. Elem. Ed. W11.I.IAM NIULKEY ........ Poscyville, Ind B.A. Agriculture BA. Elem. Ed. Xa Eng. Sffrond Row: BA. English 84 I.iln-giry Science Bnciliclor of Science B.xRn.xR.x BIKRRAY ...... Phillipsport, N.Y B.S. Phys. Ed. Ri Ilistory -M. Joi-rx INILRRAY ...,........ Mt. Vernon, Ill B.S. Speech KlfNNFTlI R. NIYERS ......... Oreland, P11 Bzxclielor of Science I .I xcqi Ifl.lNl, lNlUEl.LER ...... Evansville, Ind. NANCY lNll1l.I,INS ..........,. Mayfield, Ky. PAM lNll'MIfORD ......,... Owensboro, Ky. llfwm NILNI ................ Trenton, NJ. B.S. Math BIARY Ml'Rn.w .......,...... Aron NJ B.S. Elem. Ecl. NANCY NIVRPIIY ,........ . . . Benton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Tfzim' Roni: XVXYNF BIVRPIIY .............. Cobb, Ky J 318 First Row: PAUL NIYHILL ............... Fulton, N.Y. B.S. Physical Ed. JAMES MCCALL ................ Elgin, Ill. B,S. Marketing EDWARD MCCARTY .......... Atlanta, Ga. B.S. Marketing NIICHAEL NICCARVER .... East Prairie, Mo. B.S. Physics Second Row: JAMES MCCONNELL .......... Marion, Ky B.S. Economics Sc History MARGARET NICCORKLE .... Hopkinsville, Ky B.S. English 84: Speech JOHN MCCORMICK ........... Albany, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. DONALD MCCUISTON ...... BI1chanan, Tenn. B.S. Industrial Arts Third Row: TERRY MCCULLOUGH ........ Kankakee, Ill B.S. Marketing JANE MCDONALD .............. Cadiz, Ky B.S. Biology Xt Med. Tech. - JANET MCDONALD .... W'est Frankfort, Ill B.S. Elem. Ed. YVILLIANT MCDONALD ........ Glasgow, Ky Bachelor of Science Fourth Row: RICHARD MCENTEE .......... Newark, N.J B.S. Math SHEILA MCGILL ........ Deer Park, N.Y B.S. Business Ed. JOHN MCGOVERN ............ Paducah, Ky B.S. Marketing VICTORIA MCGOVERN ........ Paducah, Ky B.S. English is-.. if First Row: PATRICK MCMANAMY .... Mt. Vernon, Ill. B.A. English 84 History BIICHAEI, MCMINOXVAY ...... Murray, Ky. B.S. Political Science EUGENE BICMORRIES .... W'ater Valley, Ky. B.S. Agriculture 8: Bs. PECCY NICNAMARA .......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Second Row: KA'rl-n.EEN MCNEAL ......... Benton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. ROY MCNEELY ............. Benton, Ky. B.S. History Sc Pol, Sci. JEAN NICNI-1lI.L .............. Herrin, lll. B.S. Elem. Ed. TERRY BICNICHOLS ............ Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. Third Row: DANNY NALL ...,.........,. Mayhcld, Ky. B.S. Biology gf Agriculture STEVEN NANCE .............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Business TERRY NEILL ........ jeffersontown, Ky. B.A. Business Admin. SANDRA NELSON ......,... Falconer, N.Y. B.S. Phys. Ed. Fourth Row: DENZIL NliSNllTH .... Fredericksburg, Ind. B.S. Industrial Ed. Rox.-u.n Nrss ........,...... Galion, Ohio Bachelor of Science JOANNE NIQXVCOMFR ...... Bloomht-Id, Mo. B.S. Business Ed. JAMES NICHOLS .............. Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Science First Row: Tlllkl hICCRA'l'll ...... llrxlyton Plains, Mich B.S. Speech X4 Phys. Ed. ANTHONY BICGRCU.-KR'l'X' ...... Tamaqua, Pa B.S. Phys. Ed. 8: Biology jt'L1A BICIIANFY ............ .Salem, Ill. B.S. Psychology PA1-RICK A MCKFNNA ......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Marketing Second Row: IJoNALD MCKINNEY ........ Paducah, Ky B.S. Business Admin. BIICHAFL BICKINNEY .... Indianapolis, Ind B.S. Agriculture D1zNN1s BICLFLLAND ........ Roselle, NJ B.S. Health 8: Phys. Ed. lWlL'I'ON MCBIAIIAN ........... Wingo, Ky B.S. Chemistry uw.. A-...M 319 Joi NICHCJLSOV Hmkory Ky DLANNA NHP Ihckman Ky THOMAS Wowruo Mt Prospect, Ill Inns NOXITSKY Hamtramck Mich Ky. Ky. Ky Fla JANILS OBRIFN Paducah Ky FNLIXN Of ATA P Chxcago Ill RoBrRT ONE Bgachwood NJ IARRY OLDHANI Wvmgo Ky Ros: MARY PM E Graccy Ky C,1uRLFs PAHL Grlfiirh Ind, SIINF PALA Murlay Ky. Xxmoxx Pu XSKY Leonardo NJ. M0 KY KY Fla K Ky Ky. Ky. Slzxxxr Pulmk Cortland N.Y XXIIIIXNI PARRIR Murray Ky Xhruux PARNIIIY Metropolls Ill Boxxn P xRR1Nr Eddyvllla. Ky y. vines Q . v First Row: THOIVIAS PARROTT .......... Paducah, Ky B.S. Psychology CHERRIE PASCHALI. ..,......, Mayheld, Ky B.S. Elementary Ed. lWfARY PASCHALL .........,.. Murray, Ky B.S. Business Ed. l.0YD YV. PA'r'r1iRs0N ...,...... Murray, Ky B.S. Business Second Row: SHARON PATTERSON ........,. Murray, Ky B.S. English 8: Physical Ed. CIHVCR P.'UXI.I Rll XXICZ ......... Fulton, Ky B.S. Psychology jm PEELER ...,..........,. Paducah, Ky Bachelor of Science RAYMOND PrI.LEr.R1No . .West Babylon, N.Y B.S. Business Ed. Third Row: JOAN PERKINS ........ St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S. Home Economics KENNETH PERRY ...... Dawson Springs, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. MARCIA PERRY ........ Grand Rivers, Ky. B.S English 8: History REBECCA PERRY ......,........ Salem, Ill. B.S. English tk Speech I fr.L'r 2 .gg NA g...-M guild ag up-..,,, Q... L S l i l i i E i Ifiml Row: BARBARA Poi-13 ......... East Prairie, B.S. Business YVILLIAM POPE .......... East Prairie, B.S. Physics RoNAi,n PORTER .......... Louisville, B.S. Geography Imn P0'l"I'lTR ................. Wingo, B.S. Geography Second Row: DENIS Po'r'rs ...........,.... Chester, B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Health Rom-'R1' Porrs . .............. Murray, B.S. Business Management G.n'i,oN Powiiu. .......,.,. Baltimore, B.S. Biology SHARON PRICE .......... Farmington, B.S. Chemistry 8: Math Mo. Mo. Ky. Ky. Pa KY Md KY First Row: lM:x1oN P1iRs1ANi .. .... Washington, D.C B.S. English Sc Philosophy ROBERT PlC'l'liRS ...... Shoemakersville, Pa B.S. Math PIULIAIP Pl-TRO ............. Oradell, NJ B.S. English 8: Chemistry l,lNn,x Pl-1Y1'oN ............ Owensboro, Ky. B..-X. English 8: Library Science Second Row: I.0ti,xNx l,llII.POT ............ Murray, Ky B.S. History Ricnfmn l'1cRi.R1Ncz .....,...... Cobb, Ky B.S. Business Ed. D1QRoN DA PIERCE .......,.... Atlanta, Ill B.S. Marketing BI.-XRGARICI' Pu-iRsoN ....... .Rockaway, N.J B.S. Elementary Ed. Third Row: Roni-iRT Pict: . ............... Murray, Ky B.S. Industrial Technology josrvu Plscoi-0 .,.,.,......, Trenton, NJ B.S. History 8: English hI.XRl..XRIi'I' l'n'1A1AN ........ Wvickliffe, Ky BA. History Sc English Rom-'Rr l'lrA'l"I' ........,... Trenton, NJ Bachelor of Science Fourllz Row: GENE PXIIWSKI ............ Irvington, NJ Bachelor of Science RANo.xi,i, P0141 ................. Benton, Ky B.S. Accounting RODNLY POE ............. ,..Benton, Ky I.1xn.x Pork B.S. Accounting ..,.........Nashville, Tenn B.A. Art f 7 an wwf . . M.. I. 'ZS'- 37-3 First Row: RALPH PRINCE .......... Farmington, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. JERRY SUE PRITCI-IETT ....,. Earlington, Ky. BA. English Sc Speech RICHARD PIJKQLIESE .......... Harrison, N.Y. B.S. Education lVILI.IA!xI QlTlil1N .......... Xvl1SlllllglOH, Ill. B.S. History Second Row: SIBYL RADIfoRD ......,. Hopkinsville, Ky B.A. Spanish Bc English RONNII: RACSDALE ............ Murray, Ky B.A. Physics Xa Math DONALD RAMAGE ......,...... Burna, Ky B.S. Industrial Ed. PATRICK RAMBEAU .........,... York, Pa B.S. Finance 'M' f g 'W I il Gun .W mmm f lfirst Row: B.S. Sociology gl English JAMES RAQUE ............ Louisville, B.S. Political Science 8: Speech EDIIIN RAY ........ Dawson Springs, B.S. Biology Sc Physical Ed. JAY IQAYBURN .. ............. Murray, B.S. Political Science 8: Speech Svfmztl Row: ILA. Business Ed. B.S. Physiczil Ed. Sc Library Sc. Jurps RANDALL .......... Granite City, Ill KY KY KY ill-HN RAxIxIoND ........ Cincinnati, Ohio NIARY JANII: RAYIIURN ..Manehester, Tenn. RoIILRT lll..KDliR ,...,. Valley Station, Ky. J B.S. Physical Ed. my EI. REDA RI1At.AN .......... Kennett, Mo. A ' B.S. Business Ed. Third Row: SII.IfIIIiN RFAUAN ........... Kennett, Mo. ' rx' B.S. Accounting fr- DAvID Rnc'I'oR .....,........ Murray, Ky. 1 " ff B.S. Business V 'l'omIAIY REDDICK ........... Bartlwell, Ky. E' 'E iiii , B.S. Votntioilul Agriculture A 'L l,.XLl.LT'I'E RIQIQD ............ Princeton, Ky. , 5 B.S. Elem. Ed. Ifmzrllz Row: l..XRRY RIQIIIIQR ............ Flat River, B.S. lxIllllZlgClIlCIlt fi.KROI.YN ANN RIfI's .,.,.. Brooksville, B.S. Elem. Ed. X xxcx' RI'1c:III'R'I' ....,... Grznul Chain, A- , B.S. Ilome Economics NIAXII-S RI'IsINtp ,... . ...... Pittsbiirglr, A ., B.S. lntlustrizil Arts 7-4 Mo Ky Ill. P. tl. Wk fx 4 ig' 5:-,:. ' 'f fiwglli- f L 1Q:'f"i"'U, 'A 315 DONALD Riiiss ............ Louisville, Ky ILS. Industrial Education LARRY IKIZNO .......,...... LaCenter, Ky B.S. Agriculture SHFRRY RICHARDSON ....... Louisville, Ky BS. Biology 8: Chemistry BRENDA RICIII-TRSON ........... Hazard, Ky B.S. Business Education Second Row: CLAKDIUS RICKS III .......... Murray, Ky I3.S. Business Education RONALD RILEY ............ Louisville, Ky B.S. Industrial Arts IXIARY YIQICRIZSA RINGO ........ Pomona, N.Y B.S. Elementary Education IYIIKE RINYU .......... Robbinsville, NJ B.S. Chemistry Third Row: ANGELA RIPMQRDAN .... Brandenburg, Ky. BA. Psychology 84 English Brrsx' Rominrs ............ Paducah, Ky B.S. Elementary Education BRI-ZXDA RCFISIZRTS ............ Paducah, Ky B.S. Elementary Education Josi-:vn BI.-XRK ROBERTS ......., Benton, Ky B.S. Speech 84 Business wma. www, , 'L First Row: IJ.-xR1u21.1. Rourikrson ..... Reisterstown, Md B.S. Management GARY Rom-:RTsoN ............ Benton, Ky Bachelor of Music Ed. IQOBFRT Ronmiks ........ New Concord, Ky B.S. Mathematics SALNDRA Sur: RODNEY ...... Louisville, Ky B.A. English IQ History Second Row: JAMES Rorsisrzs ......,..... Fredonia, Ky BS. Business Admin. KIZYIN Ronfxx .,........ East Islip, N.Y BS. lNIz1m1genn'nt flllXRl.O'li'I'l' ROLLMAN .,.... Evansville, Ind Batchelor of Fine Arts RON RoMANr ........... Xvushington, Ill 13.5. Physical Ed. 8: History Third Row: JANFT Rosie ................ Benton, Ky BS. Physical Ed. X4 Geography Juirs Rosnik ......,....... Arcade, N.Y BS. Business Admin, Micnmir. RosKrI.LY .... East Orange, NJ BA. Speech gc English Inns Ross .,....,....... Szrvannah, Tenn ILS. Biology K History Fourllt Row: Coxxn' R01 rn ............. Louisville, Ky B.S. Nursing XVll.l.l.XM ROUTH .......... Louisville, Ky B.S. Accounting DONNA ROWLAND ..,....... Princeton, Ky 15.8. Economics EQ Sec. Science Ronrkr ROMIAND .,....., Henderson, Ky ILS. Agriculture X: History First Row: BARRY RUNYON ............ Belford, NJ. B.S. Elem. Ed. ADAM RUSCHIVAL ......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. History BRIAN RUTH ............ Haverhill, Mass. B.A. History 8: Political Science TOMMY RYAN ...,..,..... Wickliife, Ky. B.S. Business Second Row: D. ANTIIONY SAITTA ....., Hempstead, N.Y. B.S. Business Ed. THOMAs SAFFER ............ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Psychology Bc English LARRY SALMON ........... jackson, Mich. B.S. Elem. Ed. LINDA SAMFORD ........ Hornersville, Mo. B.S. Elem. Ed. 8: Political Science Third Row: HIR.AM SANDERS ............. Marks, Miss. B.S. Physical Ed. M. KAY SANDERS .......... Wickliffe, Ky. B.S. Home Economics CLIFTON SANDERSON .......... Mayfield, Ky. B.A. Chemistry LYNN SANDUSKY .......... Mt. Vernon, Ill. Associate of Arts Fourth Row: NIARSHALI, SANDUSKY ........ Louisville, Ky. B.S. Sociology MICHAEL SANTORE ...... Schenectady, N.Y. B.S. Agriculture SAI.vATORIi SARCONE ....,, Greenlawn, N.Y.. B.S. Business Ed. 'FERRY SARRIQTT ............ Hickman, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. First Row: RU'fH ROWLAND ............ Bardwell, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. KANICHAI RUANKQKANCHANASETR . .... ..ThonbIIri, Thailand B.A. French, Speech 84 History EII.LIaN RUBlN .,............ Bayonne, NJ. B.S. Elem. Ed. ' KAY RUCHTI .......... Union City, Tenn. B.S. Home Economics Svmncl R0w.' RICIIARD RIIDOLPH .......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Agriculture KIZNNETI-I RlIEllL ...... So. Ft. Mitchell, Ky. B.A. Physics 8: Math LARRY RUFF .............. St. Louis, Mo. Bachelor of Science NIICHAEI. RUNDLI1 .......... Oak Grove, Ky. B.S. Accounting 'L l inn-su.. First Row: FRANK SAUL ................ Ballwin, Mo B.S. English 8: Psychology KAREN SAWYER ............. Paducah, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. LORRAINE SCALISE ...... Stamford, Conn. B.S. Elem. Ed. ROBERT SCHISSLER .......... Bristol, Conn. B.S. Psychology 84 Sociology Second Row: SANDRA SCHLATTER ....,... Louisville, Ky, B.S. Elem. Ed. DENNIS SCHMIDT ........, Cynthiana, Ind. ANN SCHNEIDER ............. Paducah, YVIIIIAM SCHNEIDER .,... ,.Lexington, B.S. Accounting B.S. Psychology Sc History B.S. History Sc Sociology Tlzirrl Row: EDWARD SCHUELER ........ Louisville, Ky B.A. Business Admin. SUE SCHUELER ............ Anchorage, Ky B.A. Spanish Scorr DAVIS ............,. Louisville, Ky B.S. Business Admin. JOHN RODNEY Scorr .......... Murray, Ky B.S. Art .1 ','f 7- A Q I f .Lev Qu-. VR... in 'QW First Row: BRENDA SCRIJGCS ................ Kevil, Ky. B.S. History 84 General Bus. KAY SEDLER ................. Murray, Ky. B.S. Nursing PAEI, SEDLER ................ Murray, Ky. B.S. English JOHN SEGREE ............ Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. History 8: Psychology First Row: BETTY SERMON ............ Louisville, B.S. Home Economics jAxIEs SEYMORE .....,........ Dalton, B.S. Industrial Ed. DAVID SHANER ............ Louisville, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. PATRICIA SHARP ............ Mayhcld, Ky. B.S. Sociology Sc History Second Row: GEORGE SHAW ............... Hickman, Ky. Bachelor of Science EDWARD SHAY ............. Sudbury, Mass Bachelor of Fine Arts THOMAS SHAY ........... Sudbury, Mass Bachelor of Science KATHLEEN SHEFFER ...... Morganheld, Ky B.A. Library Science 8: English 37-9 W l First Row: GLENDA SHEMWELL ........... Gracey, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. DELORES ANN SHELTON ......... Hazel, Ky. B.S. Elementary Ed. ROBERT SHEPPARD ...... East Meadow, N.Y. B.S. Business Management RAI.EIcH SHERERTZ ........ Huntsville, Ala. Bachelor of Music Ed. Second Row: SUSAN SHERERTZ ........ Springfield, Tenn. B.S. Elem. Ed. XVILLIAM SHERRILL .......... Paducah, Ky. Bachelor of Science LINDA SHIPP .............. Glendale, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. LYNDA SHOUSE .......... Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: ARTHUR SHOWN .......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts CARRIE SHOWN ............ Louisville, Ky. B.A. English VVILLIAM SHREDER ........... Wheaton, Ill. B.S. Physical Ed. 84 Sociology LARRY SHUFFETT ........... Fairdale, Ky. Bachelor of Science Fourth Row: ALBERT SIEDLECKI ...... Merchantville, NJ. B.A. Biology NATALIE SIKORSKI .......... Trenton, NJ. B.S. Elem. Ed. GARY SILVIS .............. Massillon, Ohio Bachelor of Science HARRY SIMCOX .............. Chicago, Ill. B.S. Social Science First Row: GENE SINKLER ............ Effingham, B.S. Industrial Ed. VICKI SINKLER ......... Q . .EfEngham, B.S. Business Ed. MARITOM SINQUEFIELD .. ..... Paducah, B.A. Elem. Ed. Sc English JAMES SKEES .............. Princeton, B.S. Chemistry Sc Math Second Row: SANDRA SI.IcAR .,........,. Centralla, B.S. Elem. Ed. 84 Biology WILLIAM SMILEY ...... Dawson Springs, B.S. Art BRADFORD SMITH ........ Owensboro, B.S. English 8: Speech and Drama CHARI.Es SMITH .............. Benton, B.S. Biology Sc Chemistry Third Row: DAVID SMITH ................ Paducah, B.S. Education ERNEST SMITH II ............. Paducah, B.A. English GEORGE SMITH .......... McKeesport, B.S. Psychology 8: Biology KENNETH SMITH .......... Princeton, B.S. Social Studies Ill. Ky. 'xv I in 1.- ,affmy First Row: 6, LINDA SMITH I-iirxsl Row: JosE SOSA ................ Louisville, Ky. B.A. Business Admin. 'FHOMAS SOWERS .............. Scutia, N.Y. B.S. Psychology NICK SVAD.-KI-'INO .,... East Brunswick, N.J. B.S. Math JOSEPH SPA!-NOLO .......... Syracuse, N.Y. B.S. Elem. Ed. Second Row: DAX'ID SPARKS ............ Owensboro, Ky. B.A. Political Science 84 English LINDA SPECKMAN ......... Metropolis, Ill. B.S. Special 8: Elem. Ed. CRAIC SI'ELLINcs ............ Alamo, Tenn. B.S. Political Science CHRYSANDRA SPICELAND ..,,. Paducah, Ky. B.S. English Sc Spgeech 152' Third Row: wmv LARRY SMITH .............. Murray, B.S. Art ..............Eddyville, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. LOUIS SMITH .............. Henderson, Ky. B.S. Biology MARTIN SMITH .......... Mt. Vernon, Ill. B.S. Industrial Ed. Second Row: NANCY SMITH ................ Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Speech RICHARD F. SMITH ............ Normal, Ill. B.S. Agriculture RICHARD J. SMITH ............ Greene, N.Y. B.S. Business Management SHARON SMITH ............. Puryear, Tenn. B.S. Psychology SONJA SMITH .............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. Office Management RICHARD SMOTHERMAN .... Frankfort, Ky. B.A. Math ELLEN SNEED ................ Bluford, Ill. B.S. Speech Bc Physical Ed. KATY SNIDER .......... Royal Center, Ill B.S. Elem. Ed. Fourth Row: SPENCER SOLOMON ............ Benton, Ky B.S. Communications NANNETTE SOLOMON .......... Murray, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. BILL SOLOMON ............ Mt. Holly, N.J B.S. Physical Ed. MITCHELL SOMMER .......... Rockford, Ill B.S. Business I C' Ky. First Row: HARN'EX' SPRINCER .......... Wantagh, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. JANE SPRUNCER ............,. Murray, Ky. BA. English JOSEPH SQIIALLACE .......... Rome, N.Y. B.S. Physical Ed. MICLIAEL STALEY ........,.,. Murray, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Second Row: RALPH STALION .............. Salem, Ky. B.S. Agriculture MITCHELL STAELETON ......... Clinton, Ill. B.S. Biology THOMAS STARK ........ Birmingham, Ala. Bachelor of Science VICTORIA STASKO ..........., Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Music 'QI-W sw... 'Ulu--,L 7. First Row: RICHARD STATHAM ...,...... Hickman, Ky. B.S. Management CFRAI.D STELLATO ........ Watervliet, N.Y. Bachelor of Science XVAYNE STENECK ............ Keyport, NJ. B.S. Biology CHRISTINE SEPOWANY ........ Trenton, NJ. B.S. Physical Education Second Row: STEPHEN STERN .........,.. Champaign, Ill. B.S. Physical Education DAN STERNBERC ..........., Louisville, Ky. B.S. Industrial Technology BOBBIE STEVENS ..,............. -Kevil, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. BONNIE STEVENS ........ ..Owensboro, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Third Row: IRL STEVENS ................ Princeton, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. LUCY STEVENS ..........,. Princeton, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. MARK STEVENS ............. Casstown, Ohio B.S. Biology TARA STEVENSON .............. Salem, Ill. B.S. Business Ed. Fourth Row: KENNETH STINNETTE ........ Bardstown, Ky. B.S. Accounting JAMES STOCKS, JR. .........,.. Akron, Ohio B.S. Speech 8a Physical Ed. CHARLES STORY ........,..... Murray, Ky. B.S. Business BARBARA STOVER ..,......... Centralia, Ill. B.S. Sociology Q P Q f""f+.s .. D' X. ' 'im 1 ...Qt L .W g5,.5.,,Ic.I.Q-a 'N First Row: CONSTANCE STRAND ..... .Nashua, N.H. B.S. Home Economics S.1.RAH STRODE ................ Stanley, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. I-'REDDIE Srizousr ,...... . Morganneld, Ky. B.S. History S: Political Science KENNETH STUM ............. Fairfield, Ill. B.S. Accounting Second Row: PHILIP SIURM ....,........... Hayti, Mo. B.S. Psychology PHILIP SUMNER .,............ Guthrie, Ky. B.S. Biology ik Chemistry XVILLIAM SUMNFR .......... Guthrie, Ky. B.S. Biology Sc History RKBBFRT SUMMERS .......... Bardwell, Ky, Bachelor of Science B.S. Business Admin. Third R0w.' JACQUELINE SXVANSON ........ Paducah, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. DIANE SWIZARINILICN ...... Fayetteville, N.C B.S. Elem. Ed. 8: Special Ed. GILBI3R'r SWOBODA .,............ Cairo, Ill Bachelor of Science JAMES SYKES ................ Murray, Ky B.S. Business Mgt. vw 'wp 334 First Row: MAXINE SYKES ......... Middleton, Tenn. B.S. Medical Technology RICHARD TANNER ........ Rogersville, Ala. B.S. Agriculture ROBERT TAYLOR ............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. WILLIAM TAYLOR ...... Indianapolis, Ind. B.S. Political Science Sc P.E. Second Row: DANIEL THOMAS ...... Ludlow Falls, Ohio B.S. Math Sc Physical Ed. HENRIETTA THOMAS ........... Cadiz, Ky. B.S. Home Economics JOHN THOMAS ........,.,... Paris, Tenn. B.S. Psychology 8: Eng. WILLIAM THOMAS ...... Hopkinsville, Ky. B.S. Management Third Row: BILLY THOMPSON ........... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Sc Chem. Q JAMES THOMPSON ........ Springfield, Ohio B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Psychology SHARI THOMPSON .........,.. Miami, Fla. B.S. Physical Ed. 8: English STASSEN THOMPSON . . .A ..... Eddyville, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Fourth Row: WILLIAM THOMPSON .....,.. Karnak, Ill. B.S. Mathematics WILLIAM THORPI-: ............ Mayheld, Ky. B.S. Chemistry BARBARA THROGMORTON ........ Kevil, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. JAMES THURMOND ............ Murray, Ky. B.S. Chemistry Sc Biology 'RU L First Row: RONALD TOYVERY .....,.... Princeton, Ky. B.S. Industrial Arts HELEN TRAINER ,............ Clinton, Ky B.S. Math 8: Accounting VVIIILIAM TRAVIS .......... Princeton, Ky B.S. ,Agriculture JON TRI-'MAINE .............. INilmore, KV B.S. Speech 8: Hearing Second Row: PAULA 'TRENT .,.....,.... Vincennes, Ind. B.A, Spanish STEVE PIQREVATHAN ........... Murray, Ky. B.S. Psychology S'rEPHEN TRIBBI.E ........ Hopkinsville, Ky. BS. Business Admin. XVILLIAIVI TRUNNEI.L ...... Owensboro, B.A. Business Admin. Third Row: JAMES TURNER ............... Fulton, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. TERRY TLIRNER .............. Murray, . B.S. Industrial Ed. Ky PHILLIP TYNES .............. Benton, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. DoursLAs UN DERWOOD ...... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Art Fourth Row: VALIZRIE VNIBACH ..,.....,... Paris, Tenn B.S. English 8: Library Science CAROLYN I7Nra1-'R .......... Bloomheld, Mo B.S. Business Ed. TOM VANARSDEI. .............. Carmi, Ill. Bachelor of Music Ed. ROFLAND VAN DOMMELEN ,.Titusville, N.j B.S. Accounting .l First Row: ANNE TICHENOR ........ Centertown, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. LARRY TILLMAN ..,..,...... Huron, Tenn B.S. History 8: Physical Ed. ANN TINNELL ............ Owensboro, Ky B.S. English CONNIE TOI.IVER ........., Robinson, Ill Second Row: B.S. Elem. Ed. BYRON TONIIY ............., Paducah Kw Bachelor of Music Ed. JOHN TORRENGA ........... Plainfield, Ind B.S. Business Admin. STEVEN TORZEIVSKI ...... Indianapolis, Ind B.S. Elem. Ed. 8: Physical Ed. JOHN TOUCHSTONE .......... St. Ann, Mo B.S. Political Science .,,.,.K ' 1 ,733 i First Row: RUTH VANNERSON .,........ Paducah, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. Sc History Gwen VAN Scvoc ............ Peoria, Ill. B.S. Special Ed. STEVE VANTRLESE ,,......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. History TERRY VAN ZUIDAM ...... So. Holland, lll. B.S. Economies Second Row: joc VINIARD ................ Mayheld, Ky. B.S. Management STUART VOELPEL ............. Fulton, Ky. B.S. Chemistry Sa Biology JAMES Vovuzs ................ Virden, Ill. B.S. English Sc History RONNIE WAGNON ........ Farmington, Ky. B.S. History 8: Sociology Third Row: NIARY XVALDROP ............,,. Ha7cl, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. 8: Math lIt'ni'l'H lVA1.RlQR .,........ Mt. Vernon, lll. B.S. Elem. Ed. SHIRLFY YVALKFR .......,...... Cairo, Ill. B.S. Business Ed. Vlciur YVALKER ........... Louisville, Ky. BA. Elem. Ed. Q Q 3 K1 ,. ,N .,t.,,,,P,m I, it I oem., , if ,WW Z' 4 , A In fi A f , za f' L un.. ,Im 244 f , .it Fourth Row: ALICIA YVALLACE .............. Sedalia, B.S. English 8: History EDDIE WALLACE ........... Symsonia, B.S. Math 84 Accounting SANDRA YVALLACE ...... Hopkinsville, B.S. Elem. Ed. BOBBIE XVALLER .......... Mt. Vernon B.A. French first Row: 'LORENCE WAI.I.IsI2R ........,. Peotone, Ill B.S. Nursing IARI. YVALLS ........... . . .Bardstown, Ky B.S. Speech Rc Psychology 3I:oRnIi W.ARD ............ Piedmont, Mo B.S. Industrial Ed. on YVARD ..,.............,. Murray, Ky. Bachelor of ScieIIce ?corId Row: IICREY XVARD ............ Ledbetter, Ky. B.S. Agriculture AVID YVARNOCK ..,.......,.. Murray, Ky. B.S. Speech OBFRT IVARRIQN ............ Murray, Ky. Bachelor of Science 'IMo'rHY WARRIQN .......... Louisville, Ky. B.S. Science UQ: diva... ff f gif ' 5. First Row: 41905 Tlzird Row: 337 Eur.I-iNE WATSON JR. ......... Mayheld, Ky. B.S. Geography 8: Political Science RODNEY YVATSON .............. Kevil, Ky. Bachelor of Science joIIN YVAYNICK ............ Brookport, Ill. B.S. Chemistry SHARON XVIQIIRMEIER ........ Brookport, Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc English Seconcl Row: AI.IIIiR'r WIQIR III .........,.. Albany, N.Y. it B.A. Business JERRY XVELLS .,.............. Paducah, Ky. B.A. Marketing ' WILLIAM YVELLS ............... Clay, Ky. B.S. Agriculture Roar-:Rr Wr:I.sI-I ..... IVest Keansburg, NJ. Bachelor of Science EDWARD IVELTE .......... Mt. Vernon, Ill Bachelor of Music Ed. l,ANlFI.A XVERDER ...,....,. Louisville, Ky B.S. Psychology Nlxm' XVERNER , ............, Benton, Ky B.A. English K French lvllll xxI IVLRNI-QR . . . ,North Bellmore, N.Y B.S. Marketing Fourth Row: RICHARD NVERTZ .......... Edinburg, Ind B.S. Industrial Ed. DIQN Wnsmou .............. Murray, Ky B.S. Business 8: Industrial Arts BRIQNDA YVEST ...,........... Hickory, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. YV.-KLTER YVIZSTCOTT , ...... Stamford, Conn B.S. Agriculture First Row: JACK WETZEL ......,....,.... Carmi, Ill. B.S. Accounting DOROTHEA WEYERS .......... Paducah, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Bc Speech MARKIARET W1-IETsToNE .......... Carmi. Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. STEVEN XVHITAKER .......... Fort Lee, Va. B.S. English Second Row: BILL YVHITE ..,............ Centralia, Ill. B.S. Business Admin. 8: Management CECILE WVHITE .............. Hickman, Ky. B.S. Library Science 8: English DONNA VVHITE .......,.. jeifcrsonville, Ind. B.S. Political Science 8: History JACKIE WVHITE ....,..... Madisonville, Ky. B.S. Physical Ed. 8: Sociology Third Row: JOYCE XVI-IITF ......,,,....... Hickory, Ky. B.S. Nursing JLIDITII YVHITE .,...,...... Starkville, Miss. Bachelor of Music Ed. DON XVHITE .....,.......... Mayfield, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. PHYI.I.Is XVHITNEY ..,...,... Eddyville, Ky. B.S. Business Ed. 4 First Row: DAVID YVINSLOW ...,........ Mayfield, Ky B.S. Biology 8: Chemistry KAREN WI'rHERs ........ Coral Gables, Fla B.S. Elem. Ed. VI-TRSIL VVITHROW ................ Sims, Ill B.S. Elem. Ed. RICHARD WOLF ,.,.,.. . Schenectady, N.Y. B.S. Marketing Second Row: SIIERRY YWYOLFE ............., Mayheld, B.S. Business Ed. DONNA WOOD ....... , ........ Benton, B.A. English LINDA WOOD .........,, Madisonville, B.S. Elem. Ed. l.0NNll, lVOODRuIfF . .......... Hickory, B.S. Agriculture Ky. Ky. Ky li y. First Row: YVILLIAM WI4:cINs ,... . .,..... Paris, Tenn. B.S. Art VICKI l'VII.FORD .............. Mayfield, Ky. B.A. English 8: History MARY YVILLETT ............. Hickory, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. ANNA YVILLIAMS ,.......,.,.... CairO,'Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. Second Row: HANSON VVILLIAMS ...... Hopkinsville, Ky B.S. English JUDITH WVILLOUGHBY ........ Mayfield, Ky B.S. Home Economics DALE YVILSON .......... Tonawanda, N.Y. B.S. Physical Ed. Sc History DOUGLAS WILSON .......... Louisville, Ky. B.A. Chemistry Xc Biology Third Row: JIMMY WILSON ..,............. Hazel, Ky. B.S. Business Admin. KRNNLTII WVILSON ............ Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Industrial Tech. LARRY YVILSON ...........,... Murray, Ky. B.S. History MOLLIIZ YVILSON .......... Henderson, Ky. B.A. History 8: English Fourth Row: NAN VVILSON ........,....... Paducah, Ky. Bachelor of Music Ed. MORTON XVIMPLE ........ Sloansville, N.Y. B.A. English JENNIFER VVINGO .......,.... Eddyville, Ky. B.S. Speech CHARLES WVINKLER ...... Central City, Ky. B.S. Pre-Med First Row: KPLNNI-:TH Woons ....,... East Prairie, Mo. B.S. Marketing SANDRA WOODWARD ..,..... Louisville, Ky. B.S. History DI-IBORAH YVOLLFOLK ,......... Benton, Ky B.S. Health 8a Physical Ed. RonNLY YVRONE ..,........... Carlyle, lll Bachelor of Science Second Row: JOSEPH lNRONOWSKI ............ Troy, N.Y. B.S. Business Admin. SHERRY WYATT ............. Mayfield, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. TOMMY WYNN ............. Paducah, Ky. B.S. History Bc Math VAN YANDELL ..,........... Fredonia, Ky. B.S. Industrial Ed. Third Row: JANIS YARBRO ............... Hickman, Ky. B.S. Speech 8: Hearing CLAUDIA YATES ............ Metropolis, Ill. B.S. Elem. Ed. TED YATES ................ Eddyville, Ky. B.S. Political Science BEVERLY YoeNG .............. Murray, Ky. B.S. Elem. Ed. Sc History CHARLES YOUNG , ............ Kent, Wash. B.S. Chemistry 8: Biology EDWARD YOUNG ............. Kuttawa, Ky. B.S. Agriculture LYNN YOUNG ............... Paducah, Ky B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY YOUNGIERMAN ........... Murray, Ky B.A. Chemistry First Row: RICHARD ZANETTA ........ Jamestown, N.Y B.S. Physical Ed. 84 History B.A. Finance "" ' Amu ZIEREN .................. Carmi, Ill B.A. Elem. Ed. B.S. Biology Sc Chemistry Second Row: THOMAS ZoLL1No1-:R ........ Louisville, Ky B.S. English Sc History F 1 bf. r- "' "" K N . I' A 4-:SYN , r c-dv Q. t I f' S - J . JZ' - r' ' -.1 I 1' 'B Q up., If x gf? - 1. -ff .1-,J 1-si 1: NICK ZACKOFF .......... Amityville, N.Y. JAMES ZIEREN ................ Carmi, Ill. First Row: JANE ABRAMS .... . BARBARA ACKER BARBARA ALLEN . . . ARTHUR ADAMS .. . BRENDA ADAMS BUBNETTA ADAMS .. Second Row: DAWN ADAMS .. AHMAD AFZALI ... BETTY AFZALI CARL ALBACH . . . JAMES ALBERT ..... MICHAEL ALDERDICE Third Row: CHARLES ALEXANDER DIANNA ALEXANDER JAMES ALEXANDER LYNDA ALLBRITTEN DIANNE ALLEN .... LEWIS ALLEN .... Fourth Row: MARGERY ALTHAUS . RONALD ALVIS ..... BETH ANDERSON .. LINDA ANDERSON PI-'GGY ANDERSON .. VI-IRNON ANDERSON Fifth Row: MARl'IN ANTER .... CAROLYN ARMSTRONG .. XVILLIAM ARMSTRONG . ,. LUCILLE ARNOLD NIASAAKI AYANO .. CAROL AYCOCK .... Atlantic Highlands, N.J. ............Eureka, Ill. . . . .West Paducah, Ky. . . . .Pine Plains, N.Y. ......Hickman, Ky. . . . .Wickliffc, Ky. . . . .N0rtOnville, Ky. ......Camdcn, Tenn ........Camden, Tenn ...Port Monmouth, N.J. ,....Feura Bush, N.Y. .. . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .HendersOn, Ky. . . . .Marion, ......Fulton, . .......Murray, Ky. . . . .Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . .Madisonvillc, Ky. . . . .Wl1eaton, Md. .....MariOn, . . .FultOn, Ky. . .... Benton, Ky. . . .MayHeld, Ky. .....Paducah, Ky. ....Mt. Holly, N.J. ........PaducalI, Ky. ...,Central City, Ky. ....Hickman, Ky. ..........Japan . . . .LaCentcr, Ky. pn I , JUNIORS 343 First Row: ROBERT BABB .. AGNES BACON .. . RANDY BAGBY KENNETH BAILEY ... SUSAN BAILEY .... Second Row: XVILLIAM BAILEY .. MARY BALCH .... BILL BALDWIN ..... CHARLES BAKER ...... .. CATH1-LRINE BARCLAY Third Row: PAUL BARCLAY JAMES HARNETT .. JOE ILIRLETT ..... JIMMIE BARNHILL . ELIZABETTH BARR .. ... . .MariOn, Ky .... .Hickman, Ky. . . . . Evansville, Ind .. , . Hammond, Ind. ......Paducah, Ky ... . .Hickman, Ky. .. . ,Frankfort, Ky. ..........Peoria, Ill. ... . . . .LouiSville, Ky. .Salisbury Center, N.Y. Salisbury Center, N.Y . . . .White Plains, Ky ......,Hickman, Ky . . Buchanan, Tenn . . . .Frankfort, Ky First Row: CAROLYN BoCCEss . STANLEY BOHANNON JOSEPH BONEE .... JUDITH BORDEN WAYLON BENNETT Second Row: JOHN BovER ...... SALLY BOWERS .... JOY BOYD ........ REBECCA BOYER .. PAT BOYLL ...... Third Row: BRENDA BRADLEY .. KENT BRADLEY JANICE BRACDON .. LYNETTE BRACDON . NANCIY BRAME f ,LYA As . ir YL 3' if . R . . . .Dexter, Ky. ...BenIon, Ky. .. . . .Kevil, Ky. . . . ,Paducah, Ky. . . ,Barlow, Ky. . .... Essex, Canada .......Jolict, Ill. ....Fulton, Ky. . ....... Potosi, Mo. . . . . .Centralia, Ill. , ....... Benton, Ky. . . . Petersburg, Ill. Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . ........ Marion, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. IU IORS F irst Row: JENN YE BAUMGARDNER BETTY BEADLES ........ GLORIA BEADLES .. CATHY BEAMER . . . WILLIAM BEARD . . , BOBBIE BEATY .... Second Row: RONALD BEENY .. LILLIAN BELL .... RITA BELL .,.... WILLIAM BENAR DAVID BENNETT HILDA BENTLEY Third Row: JOHN BENTON JAMES BERCANT SANDRA Biccs .... BARRY BINCHAM SHIRLEY BLACKBURN REBECCA BLACKSTON . Fourth Row: NIANDA BLACKXVIZLL . WILLIE BLACKWELL . MARY BLANDEORD .. SHERYL BLOOMBERC . JAMES BOECKELMAN CAROLYN BOCARD .. Fifth Row: WILLIAM BOOTH .. ANITA BONDURANT .. DAVID BONJOUR RAY BoREN ....... ALBERT BORRELLI ., SANDY BETHEL .... ....Paducah, Ky. ....Fulton, Ky. .......Mayfield, Ky. . .Sacramento, Calif. . . . . .Bardwc-ill, . . . .Owensboro, . . .Madisonville, . . . . .Louisville, . . . .Shelbyville, . . .Hazel Crest, . . .Hardinsburg, .........Cad1z, ............P8CiflC, Dawson Springs, . . . . .Vincennes, . . .Madisonville, .......Murray, . . . . .Paducah West Paducah, West Paducah, . . . . .Owensboro, . . . .Hillside, , . .Louisville, . . .Murray, . . . . .Decatur, .........Fulton, Ky. Ky. KY KY Ky. Ill. KY KY Mo KY Ind KY KY KY KY KY KY NJ KY KY Ill KY . . .Ridge6eld, Conn .......Murray, Ky . . . .Clementon, N.J . . . .Greenville, KY 344 N 2. wigs g a U 'V ss f .. 'A 6- '-. st . A . If 9 5 l , Y w R- 'AW im.,,,,,'1 ----+0 In , ' .Sl Q ,et ,... . Q- QL ' -" - 5? . A f "X T'-i, ff' 5' 'N A ...P .RE.E 1 ii' .L -U First Row: JOHNNY BRANNON ,. . FORD BRANCH .... JACK BRANSON GILLIS BRIDGES RICHARD BRINKE SHAYVN BROCKHOEF . . . . Second Row: MICHAEL BROSTFR .... BARBARA BROWN . . . BOBBIE BROKVN DAVID BBOVVN .. LINDA BROWVN MARIA BRAUN Third Row: REKQCDIE BROWN ..... ROBERT BROWN ...,. .. LINDA BROXVNFIELD . . . LESLIE BROWNINC . . . . . RONALD BRUCE . . . BETTIE BUCY Fourth Row: WALTER BUMPHUS . . . JUDITH BURKS .,.. EDDIE BUTLER SARAH BYFRS .... EVERETTE BYRD .... VVILLIAM BYRD . Fifth Row: SHIRLEY CAIREI, . . . . BRENDA CALL ..... . . . . . STEPHEN CAMI:I.mQEK MICHAEL CAl'l'ARFI.LI ....... MICHAIZL CAIIUTO .... JUDITH CARLISLE Sixth Row: JANICE CARMON . . . JANICE CARTER .... PATRICIA CARVIQR . . . RUDY CARVER .... PAULA CASH ..... SANDRA CAssIiNs . . . .Puryear, Tenn. ..,.....,Albi0n, Ill. . . .Madisonville, Ky. . . . . . ,Morganfield, Ky. Jcffersontown, Ky. . . Cincinnati, Ohio ...,ML Carmel, Ill. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .L0uisville, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . .Holn1del, NJ. . . .Morganfield, Ky. . . . . Chicago, Ill. ......Murray, Ky. ........Salem, Ky. .Mortons Gap, Ky. ....,...Hazel, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Marion, Ky. . . . .Clinton, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .P:Iducah, Ky. . . . , Providence, Ky. Carutllcrsville, Mo. . . Livingston, N.Y. .Scncca Falls, N.Y. .. . . . .Albany, N.Y. . . . .Maytie-ld, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. . . . .Pl1ilp0t, Ky. . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . .Hampton, Ky. ... . .MzIyfield, Ky. ... . .HImLington, N.Y. First Row: SUZANNE CASTLEMAN DONALD CATTON .. JANET CAUDLE .. LINDA CAUDILL DIANA CAVITT .... THOMAS CEFALO Second Row: CAROL CHAMPION .. ALAN CHANDLER . . . DINAH CHERRY . . . .JacksOn, Tenn .......Peoria, Ill. . . . .RichII1ond, Ind. . . .LOuiSville, Ky. .......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Riverside, N.J . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .I-Ianover, Ind . . . .Princeton, Ky. GAII. CHERRY ....... ......... M urray, Ky MICHAEL CHIOFALO WILLIAM CHIPMAN .,..... Third Row: ANNA CI-IOROwLEc . BYRON CHRISTMAS LEE CHURCHILL CHARLES CLARK .. LINDA CLARK RONALD CLARK . . . ..Schenectady, N.Y. .Overland Park, Kan. ... ....SOuLh River, N.J . . .Louisville, Ky. ....Fenton, Mich . . . .PrincetOn, Ky. . . . .BlufOrd, Ill . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. JU IORS 345 ' 'F f . A A First Row: LINDA CLAYBORN . . . L. E. CLIFFORD PAMELA CLIFFORD .. SHIRLEY COCHRAN . . . PHILIP COI-IEN ,... ROBERT COLE .. Second Row: . . . ,Bellbr0Ok, Ohio ......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Tay1Or, Mich. ......Murray, Ky. . . . .LouiSville, Ky. . . . . .SturgiS, Ky. LARRY COLEMAN .... ..... O wcnsboro, Ky. JAMES COLLIGAN .. JANICE CONLEY . . . JACK CONLIN .... BARBARA COLLINS . . . DENNY COOK .... Third Row: LYNDA COOK PAULA COOK JAMES COOPER KYOKO COOPER .. TERRY COOPER .... DAVID CORNMAN Fourth Row: JUNE CORRIDOR . ...... . MARSHALL COTHRAN JULIA COTTON ........ WANDA COUNTS . . . JILL Cox ....... TANA Cox . . Fifth Row: WILLIAM Cox .. INGLE CRABTREE .. CAROLYN CRAIG .. PAMELA CRAIG .... DORIS CRAXNFORD . DONNA CREAMER .. . . . .Bc1lmawr, N.J. .....Murray, Ky. . . . .LOuisvi1le, Ky. . . . . .Evansville, Ind. . . . .New Baden, Ill. Hubbardsville, N.Y. .........Haze1, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .MayHeld, Ky. . . . .Stamford, Conn. ......Bcmon, Ky. .. . . .JackSOn, Tenn. .........WingO, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. .......Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .0wcnsboro, Ky. ........Haze1, Ky. . . . . .Salem, Iowa .......LOla, Ky. . . . . .Eddyville, Ky. . . ,Sb :A s ' I EES ? A.. Y-'wr K.. 'NA F I lffifm S: xi? ' . I Q 3 . 'Xxx 'cf' Q' 4 . 1 xx g EL vs. Q. 5 . wg Q fl- A . S 5, ... ' I -ng--S' fs R . Eg . J! Q, IL im 0' 2 'SX 2 A 'Q'- fm Yr? , First Row: DONNA CRIDITR . . . YVILLIANI CROET . . LESLEY CROMER . . . SHARON CRONCH . . . DAVID CROSS .... DAVID CROW .. Second Row: BRIAN CROWDITR ..... BEVERLY CUMMINCS RICHARD CI:IxIIxIINraS . . . . . . .MemphiS, Tenn. . . . Clarksville, Ind . . Lexington, Ky Mayfield, Ky .. . Bethesda, Md . . . .Dcxtcr, Mo . . . .C0lumbus, Ind. .,....Fulton, Ky. . . . .C0l'IllI1g, N.Y. GARY CUNNINLHAM .... ......... S ymsonia, Ky. NANCY CUNNINCIIANI .... DRAKE CUTINI .......... Third Row: LINDA DAVENPORT , . . TERRY DAVENPORT VICTORIA DAVENPORT .... DANIEL DAVIES ...... BERYI. DAVIS .. JAMES DAVIS .. . Fourth Row: JUDITH DAVIS .... LINDA DAVIS .... MARY E. DAVIS THOMAS DAVIS JUDY DAWSON .. SANDRA DAY . . . Fifth Row: JIM DEBIYIQR ..... ELAINE IJFNNING KEITH DENION ROBERT DI-4RIxIO'r'r .. JERRY DICK ....... ROBERT DICKIZN Sixth Row: NIARY LEE DICKINSON STEVE DIVINE ........ BOBBY DODD ,..... JOYCE DOLLINS SUE ELLEN DORAN .. . RICKIE DOUGLAS .. ......Dukcd0m, Tenn. St. Clair Shores, Mich. . . . .HopkinSVille, Ky. ........Salem, Ky. . . . . .Burna, Ky' ... . .Peotonc, Ill. ......LouiSVille, Ky. . . . .Mt. Gilead, Ohio . . .Mayficld, Ky . . . . .Maylield, Ky . . . . .GrayVillc, Ill . . . .Ccntralia, Ill ........Philport, Ky . . . .MadiSonVille, Ky ....HiCkman, Ky . . . .LouisVillc, Ky . . . .LaCcntCr, Ky . . .Homer, N.Y ....Paducah, Ky . . . . ,Fredonia, Ky ........Trcnton, Ky. . ...Central City, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. .....Mari0n, Ky. . . . ,NaShvil1c, Tenn. .....MayHcld, Ky. gl First Row: PI-IYLLIs D0wDY . . . . . . CI-IERYL DOXVDY . . . . . JUDITI-I DOWELL . JANET DRANE ..... GLORIA DRENNAN Second Row.' JAMES DRISKILL . PAULINE DRIVER . NANCY DROKE ...... JANE ANN DUBLIN NANCY DUEE Third Row: MELVA DUKES .. JERRY DUNCAN .. PATRICIA DUNCAN ROY DUNCAN ..., VERNITA DUNCAN . . . . Fourth Row: SHERRY DUNLAP . WILLIAM DURON .... JAMES DUVALL . . CAROL EADS ..... ROBERT EAST . . . Fifti. Row: WILL M EDMONSTON .... GLORIA EDWARDS .... . KENNETH EDWARDS MARY EDWVARDS . . . . . JEAN ELLIOTT Sixth Row: NOLA ELLIOTT .. . MARKQOT ELLIS . . . . . ............ Cadiz, Ky BUDDY ELMORE . CINDY EMRICH LEE ENCEL .... South PlainHeld, N.J. ...........Kevil, Ky. ......Paducah, Ky. . . . . .HOuston, Tex. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Benton, Ky ,...Paducah, Ky . . . .Senath, Mo. .....Mayfield, Ky . . . .PaduCah, Ky . .Valley Station, Ky. .........Hanson, Ky. .......Paducah, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. .......Bcnton, Ky . . . .Collingdale, Pa . . . .Grf-renville, Ky . . . . .Paducah, Ky . . . .Eddyville, Ky .........Murray, Ky. .. . indianapolis, Ind. .. . .Burnt Prairie, Ill. .......Paducah, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. . . . . . .MayHe1d, Ky . . .ElizabethtOwn, . . . . . .L0uisvillc, ....Fult0n, Ky KY KY 48 Firsl Row: JAMES ERNSTINC PAULA ESTERLE .. STANLEY EVANKO .... . JAMES EVANS .... RHONDA EVANS .... RICHARD EVANS .. Second Row: JEAN EVERETT .... THOMAN FALLON STANLEY FARK .... . STEPHEN FARMER TERRY I-'AULR .... LINDA FELTNER . . . . . Third Row: BRENDA FIELDS GARY FIELDS ..... GREGG FINLAY' . . . . . JOHN FLEINCHMAN BILL FLYNN ..... .. RUDY FORSYTHE .. Fourth Row: JANE FOSTER ........ . . TIMOTHY FOSTER . , . . . . PEGGY FOULK .... NIARLFNE FOURNIER NICKI FOUST ..... . . . . KENNETH Fox Fifth Row: WAYNE Fox ..... MICHAEL FREELS . JANET FULLER .... ROGER FIJNR ....... MARY FURGERSON SHELIA FURTI-LLL .. . . . .SteeleVille, Ill. . . . .LouiSville, Ky. ......Canton, Ohio . , .DOlgeville, N.Y. . . . . Louisville, Ky' . . . .Holland, N.Y. . . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . .Keyport, N.Y. . . . . .Centralia, Ill. ......Marion, Ky. Morton'S Gap, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. .....PadIICah, Ky. . . .PadIIcah, Ky. . . .Scaf0rd, N.Y. . . . .LouisVille, Ky. .....Paducah, Ky. . . . .EddyVil1e, Ky. ...,..PariS, Tcnn. . . Sacramento, Ky. Hackettstown, N.J. . . . .Menands, N.Y. . .Bruceton, Tenn, ..Smith Mills, Ky. . . . .LOuisvillc, Ky. . . .HcndersOn, Ky. ...Mt, Carmel, Ill. ...Amenia, N.Y. ....Dcxtcr, Ky. .. . .Murray, Ky. wr? R .. N wif 5' V ,. A 5 - .Ni Y 349 qv' First Row: GLORIA GAJKOWVSKI . JOHN GALI,AGHER .... KENNETH GALLOWAY JANICE' GALUSHA ROGER GAMERSTEELDER LARRY GARDNER .... Seiond Row: GUIDO GARGIONE . . . SANDRA GARLAND . . . CONNIE GARRETT NANCY GEARY .... THOMAS GEORGE .. ELAINE GERAGHTY .... Third Row.' LINDA GERBIG DAVID GIBSON RUSSELL GILBERT .. MICKEY GLEY ..... MARTHA GOATLEY . . . NANCY GODFREY .. . . . .Nashville, Ill. . . , .Sikeston, Mo. . . . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . . .Eddyville, Ky. . . . . .Sidney, Ohio . . , .Fulton, Ky. ....TrentOn, N.J. ....Murray, Ky. ....,.Carmi, Ill. .. . .Cc-zntralia, Ill. ......Salem, Ky. . . . .Pawtucket, R.I. . . . . . . Evansville, Ind. Valley Station, Ky. ..........Fulton, N.Y. . . , . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. First Row: RICHARD GODIN .. JAMES GOODE .... BONNIE GOODMAN SYDNEY GORDON . WILLIAM GORDON HAROLD GRACE Second Row: JAMES GARY EDWARD CREAM . . . FRANCIS GREEN .... JAMES GREEN .... LOREN GREEN ..... THOMAS GREEN ..... K Third Row: CYNDI GREENEIELD ROBERT GREENWELL FRANCES GRECORY .. LONZO GRIFFITH . JOSEPH GRIIQGS .... ALLAN GROCAN Fourth Row: PAUL GUESS ..... ROBERT GIISTIN JAMES HAAGEN .. RUSS HAKE ........ GHASSAN HAI.ASA ,. DANIEL HALE ..... Fifth Row: ELAINE HALE JAMES HALEY .... SUZANNIC HALL .... ANTHONY HALINSKI ,f THOMAS HALINSKI LADONNA HALTON Sixth Row: JACKIE HAIXIILTON PATSY HAMILTON .. BARBARA HAMP'ION EDDIE HANCOCK STEPHEN HANCOCK LARRY HANELINE . . . .. . Cranston, R.I . . . .OwcnSboro, Ky .. . .Hickman, Ky ....WickliFfe, Ky .......Wickliffe, Ky ....Calvert City, Ky ....Salem, Ill. . . .Mayfield, Ky. ... . .Kuttawa, Ky. . . . . .Hickory, Ky. Minatare, Neb, . . . ..... Hickory, Ky. .......Murray, ..........Hialeah, . . . .ElizabetlItown, . . . . .Lynnville, ........Lowes, . . . .JackSonville, ...Kuttawa, Ky. Fla. Ky. Ky. Ky. Fla. Ky. . . . .Sacramcnto, Calif. .........Clymer, Pa. ......Girard, Ohio ..........JOrdan . . .Oak Grove, .......Cadiz, ......Metropolis, ........Fort Knox, ....,.......Murray, North Tonawanda, ............Benton, .......MayHcld, . . . . ...... Marion, ....Bowling Green, . . . . .MadisOnvillc, . . .Pinckneyville, . , .Farmington, Ky. Ky. Ill. Ky. Ky. N.Y. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. Ky. O First Row: DEBORAH HAWLEY TIMOTHY HAW'LEY INIARCUS HAYES .... DAVID HAZELWOOD PATRICK HEAPHY . . . JOE HEATH .... Second Row: ALICE HFATON .. LARRY HEAVRIN . . . SUE HELTSI.EY RAY HENDERSON . OWEN HENRY .. JIMMY HENSON .. Third Row: RUTH HEPBURN .. JANIS HICRS .... RUSSELL HICKS JAMES HILL ..... JANICE HILTON .......... JOSEPH HINCHMAN .. ...... Fourth Row: THEODORE HINES . JANICE HINSON .. KEITH -HINTON JUDY HIPRISS ,.... BEVERLY HOGAN .... CAROL A. HOLEMAN Fifth Row: CAROL HOLEZNIAN EDWARD HOLMES .. DIANNE HOLT . . . MEI.vA HOLT . . . SALLY HOLT .... . DIANA HONCHUL .. . . . . .Hickman, Ky . . .JeFferSon, Ky ....Murray, Ky ......Utica, Ky . . .Syracuse, N.Y . . . .Paducah, Ky . . . .Princeton, Ky .......Paducah, Ky .....Earlington, Ky ...Calvert City, Ky . . . . . .Hickman, Ky ......Benton, Ky . .Browns Mills, N.J ........Murray, Ky . . .HopkinSville, Ky . . .MadiSonville, Ky . . . . .BardStown, Ky Clifton Springs, N.Y ...,...PaduCah, . . . .Central City, . . . . .Evansville, .. . . .Paducah, ....Frankfort, ....Princeton, Ky. KY Ind, Ky. Ky. Ky. .....Princcton, Ky .. . .Paducah, . . . .Nortonville, ...Cunningl1am, .....Arlinglon, ......Murra.y, Ky. 3. I H ' First Row: GREGORY HANSFN . . . SUSAN HARDIN .... JUDITH HARIQIS PHILIP HARGROVE .. . BARBARA HARM VVAYNE HARPER .. Second Row: JAMES HARRELL .... HA'l'LIE HARRIS ' .... KATHERINE HARRISON KATHRYN HARSIIEY .. CURTIS HART ..... FRED HART .. Third Row: MICHAEL HARTIILAN WALTER HAR'TSFlllLD STEVE HATCH ..... JAMES HAX'ENER .. A. O, HAXN'KlNS LINDA HAWRINS .. East Brunswick, N.J .Valley Station, Ky ......Murray, Ky ......May6eld, Ky . . . .Cox's Creek, Ky ........Cad1z, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky ......Fulton, Ky .......Murray, Ky ...Glen Ridge, N.J . .ShephcrSville, Ky .........Hazel, Ky . . . . .Princeton, Ky .....Murray, Ky . . . . . .Centralia, Ill . . . . . . . .OwenSboro, Ky Dawson Springs, Ky ......Hickman, Ky K Milf' I ,Kar .J fe., .-5 6 -A B.. Q' K.--. Y sas K v-.. First Row: JANE JASPER .... BETSY JENNINGS . LEE JENNINGS . .. JAMES JIMFRSON .. . KAREN JOHNS Second Row: GARY JOHNSON .. MARY JOHNSON MICHAEL JOHNSON PAUL JOHNSON .... SHARON JOHNSON Third Row: TERRY JOHNSON BOB JOHNSTON .. LINDA JOHNSTON ......Karnak, ....Gary, W. Va. Cambridge, Ohio . . . ,Bardwcll, Ky. .Whitlock, Tenn. ..MetrOpOlis, Ill. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .Wickliffc, Ky. ..Mill Shoals, Ill. Vincennes, Ind. ....Karnak, Ill. ......Benton, Calvert City, PATRICIA JOHNSTON . .. ...... Benton, CARLEEN JOHNSTONE .. .... Owego, N.Y IU IORS '2- First Row: MARY HPiI,l'fN HOOK DIXIE HOI'KlNS . . . . RICHARD ITIOPKINS .. JAN I'IOPSON . . .. MARILYN IIORNBACK JAMES HOSICK .... Second Row: GARY HOUCK .... JEANNA HOUSER VENAIILE HOUTS . . . EVE H0lk'ARD .... DONNA HOWELL LINDA HUBPIR Third Row: GEORGE HUDSON NELDA HUEE ...,.. GEORGE HUEEMAN BELINDA HUGHES .. GEORGE HUIQHES MARGARET HUGHES Fourth Row: JOHN HUNT .... RITA HURD ...... SHERI HURD ...... ROSALIND HURLEY . MARGARET HURST .. MICHAEI, INGRASSIA Fzfth Row: LOIS ISBELL ...... ALLEN JACKSON STEVEN JACKSON .. . CAROLYN JAMES .. GREGORY JAMES .... RICKEY JAMES West Paducah, Ky. ......MUl'f21J', Ky. . . .MidIllctOn, N.J. . . . .... Metropolis, Ill. ' K ......WIngo, y, .....Xenia. Ill, . . . .Vandalia, Ill. .....,BenIOn, Ky. . . . .PicdmOnt, M0. . .FarmingtOn, Ky. .....Hickman, Ky. . . . .LOuiSville, Ky. ......Sturgis, Ky. . . .0wenSbOrO, .......FlOra, . . , .HickOry, Ky . . . .MayHcld, Ky . . . .Hickory, Ky . . . .Marion, Ky . . .Murray, Ky ...ClintOn, Ky . , . .BentOn, ....Paducah, KY KY ....Hillsidc, NJ .....Hickman, Ky . . , Scottsbluff, Neb ......Paducah, Ky .....Marion, Ky , . . .Paducah, Ky ....Hickman, Ky 'Na is-p Ky. Ill. L-ll1 ' 5 I L If Q 2 3 R hi 6 mr: Qs- w - . gc- S .ef .C X mx: . X Y . N S sv-N, S., 'VX we . N in ,.- .RYI . - R 'Wig A i!L5EEL? 'x-'ffm ri- wx., -54 gags: -' J 'A f. Q-X Q . QS? ks. ': L ..., A J . V w-...Q , 1... , I, -, . -.-A I ' If .7 fe NNY WBA' 353 A , S 5 5 Us X 5 First Row: CI-IERYL JONES CONNIE JONES . . , EvEREI'r JONES .. . GARY JONES LINDA JONES .. . RICHARD JONES .. Sammi Row: SANDRA JONES .. SIIICLDON JONES . . . SIIICLLY JONES .. 'IAHOIXIAS JONES . , . ELLIOTT JORDAN DENNIS JOSEI-II .. Third Row: BARBARA JULIAN WVILLIAM KAI-fI.lN .. LARRY KAIL ..... . JEAN KALFR ROIQER KALFR ......, BILLIIC ANN KAM PSICN Fo1l1'tlz Row: EDXYARD KAMPSFN .. IUPBBIE KAs'I'ER . . . . JIPEERI-ZY KAUFMAN .. -IAMIZS KAYANO .... I.INN KEELING .. SHARON KEEN .. Ififtlz Row: LINDA KEER .. ANN KIZIGLEY . JOIIN KEIRCE .. IJAVID KELLER IYIICHAITI, KELLER .. LLOYD KELLEY Sixth Row: SIIARRON KELLICY .. CAROL KELLY .... PANI KELSO ....... VFANIIA KENNEDY ., DLIIORAI-I KERN .. . JLLIA KINDIIR ... S . . . .LaCenter, . KY .....Almo, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Metropolis, Ill. ..... .Burna, Ky. KY . . . .Phi1pot, . .......LatlIam, Ill. . ,... New Concord, Ky. . . . .New Concord, Ky. h .. . . .Cincinnati, O io . . . .Vcrsailles, Ky. .,..Bcnton, Ky. ..... . .Evansville, Ind. .Pompano Beach, Fla. ..........BcIls, Tenn, . .....Bcnton, Ky. .. . ,Paducah, Ky. . . , .Benton, Ky. ....Cz1lx'crt City, Ky. ....CincinnaLi, Ohio . . . . , Chicago, Ill. . . . .Zushi, Japan . . . Paducah, Ky. . . .Ancl1oragc, Ky. ..........Mnrray, Ky. . . .CaruIlIcrsville, MO, ............CairO, Ill. . . .OwcnsborO, Ky. . . .BlOOmingtOn, Ill. . . . .MClI'OPOliS, Ill. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. .........Alsip, Ill. . . . .MctI'OpO1is, Ill. . . .I,O11isville, Ky, . . .MaccO, Ky. First Row: DAVID KING .... NICKY KING .... VAN KENNEY BILLY KINSEY RONALD KIRKBY RUBY KIRSCH .. Second Row: SANDRA KNOPP .. DOUGLAS KNOTT . .. VVILLIAM KNOX .. GARY KONRAD .... . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . . . .Gracey, Ky. . . . .Covington, Ky. .......Sedalia, Ky. . . . . .Syracuse, N.Y. . . . .GrayVille, Ill. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .HopkinsVil1e, Ky. . . . . .Vandalia, Ill. SANDRA KORNEK ..... .......... A sbury, NJ. KOONTOL KOSULVIT ........ Bangkok, Thailand Third Row: BARBARA KUHN ..... DOROTHY KUNNECKE JOSEPH KURIAN .... LINDA LADD . . . PAMELA LADD . . . SUSAN LADD .... iw.. '4""3 2 .- ww .. vi .h if A .,..z:.f... " .X , , R- ,A .EEA .-,.QIs9'f,. . Q. 322. I . "1-as .ma f ia 'I .' . . g..Qg.f,.,'r. - , .. . .La Porte, Ind. . . . . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. ..........Cad1z, Ky. . . . .Northfield', Ohio JU IORS if A . JPN N! I ef-A X 'fx 'JZ' I .Q 0- Rv . 3 . A A . X 3. 3. ...gi 3 4 a m, -5. First Row: DAVID LAMB ..... STEVEN LAMBERT . . . . . TRENA LAMI-LEY . . ..... Mayfield, Ky. E. L, LANCASTER FRED LANCASTER .. JANICE LANCASTER . Second Row: PATSY LANDERS LETI-IA LANGEORD PATRICIA LARGENT VIRGINIA LARMOUTH STEVEN LARSON .. JAMES LARUE Third Row: BEVERLY LEACH . . . GARY LI-TIGHTON .. MARGARET LENNON MARY LENNON .... BONNIE LEONARD . . TANNER LETO .... Fourth Row: LESLIE LI-TWIS .......... CAROLYN LICHTENBFRG .. SAMUEL LINEBAUG1-I JEFF LINEBURG .... LINDA LOCKER .... .. CLYDE LOGSDON .. Fifth Row: VVAYNI-1 LOHAUS .. CYN KAY LOWE ..... MARJORIE LOWERY .... SANFORD LOWERY .. GREGORY LOWERY JERRY LUEKER .. 2 AiR 'I Aftti if A mx' 1 X Q . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. ..Evansville, Ind. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Dover, Tenn. .Hopkinsville, Ky. .Calvert City, Ky. ......Fulton, Ky. .. ..... Paducah, Ky. . . .Providence, Ky. . . ..,.. Macomb, Ill. . . . .Salem, Ky. .Beaver Dam, Ky. Binghamton, N.Y. ..RussellVille, Ky. ..RussellVille, Ky. . . . .LouisVille, Ky. . . . .Oswego, N.Y. . . . .Mayheld, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .Madison, Ind. ....Paducah, Ky. . Springfield, Ky. ....FultOn, Ky. ....AkrOn, Ohio . . . .Princeton, Ky. .....Benton, Ky. .......Olney, Ill. Pinckneyville, Ill. 'PE Ar 'Q 5-fx. ..., if A Q lr X Sa N' YQ :Q.::3"b if Lrkk -"P " X 'X . -:l.:. . qw' 'W ., N-X. Ifirsl Row: Roizlclu' LYLE .... 'I'1iom,xs LYNCH .... KA'l'lII.l1l-'N NlADRFY ill hum' iYl.XllI.liR .. QIANICII NIAJOR .. IJAXID Alum ... Sefmzd Rmzn' CQARY NlANNOWl'I'Z . -Imxilfs lVlARlCI.I-' ....... M.-xRl.xNN.-x lYlARSHAI.L IwI.xrum'x MARSH.-xI.1. ki-xxim NIARIIN ., Ronxi-ix' AIASKEW .. Tlzirrz' Row: Romim' NIASON . . D.wm NIASSAMORE . . Dllililli lVlA'I'lllS . . , SHVRRY NI.fx'l'HIs . . . Rox Nl.'X'liI.OCK , . . . SL's.w NI.x'r'1'1Nc1.Y .. Fourlh Row: XVINKIIZNT Ml-1I.l-ico .. IJIQNNIS Ml-'xlfiflfii RISSI 1. M1 Rr! ... D11NN1s lYlliR'l'Z . . Cwl N lxll-'bill-TW . . -Ixus NIICIIYLS , .XDRIAN NllI.l.FR ... Ififllz Rmv: flllARI.O'l"I'li NIILLICR . . . , j.xc:Qi'if1.x'N NllLLliR . .fun s NllI.l.I'R ,,,. .. Lxkiu NllI.l.I'R ,.... I.i,i ru-. NI1i.i.11R ..... BIARY ,KN N NIILLFR .... Six!!! Row: PATRICI.-K lVlII.I.IiR . . . RoN.M.n NlII.I.liR ... Snmzmi lNlIl.Ll'1R . . . Axim:-'w lNlISI.AN ... Auixls lXll'I'CllFI.I, .. DONNA NIIICHELL .. .........Sparta, Ill . .XVatcr Valley, Ky .......Murray, Ky . . . ,Nox'ato, Calif .........Cacliz, Ky . , .New Madrid, Mo ...Sk0kic, Ill. .....,.FairHcld, Ill. . . . . .I.ouisvillc, Ky. ..-Icflcrsonville, Incl. . ........ May6clcl, Ky. . . . .P0rtland, Orc. .......Armingt0n, Ill Dawson Springs, Ky KY KY ...Calvert City, Ky . . . . .Louisville, Ky .......Bardwell, . . . , . .Mayfield, .....Albany, N.Y. . . llreenburg, Ind. .....,..Cairo, Ill. , ..... Cairo, Ill. . . .Dctroit, Mich. , , . .Grayville, Ill. ,. . .MayF1eld, Ky. .....Harncd, Ky. . . . .P11rycar, Tenn. . . Scllcrsbllrg, Ind. ,.Lcbz1n0n jet., Ky. ,. .,.. Paducah, Ky. ....Tre-nton, NJ. ,....Hazel, Ky. .....Riverdalc, Ill. . . , .Hendcrson, Ky. .....,,..Gary, Ind. . . .Central City, Ky. . . . . .Louisville, Ky. First Row: MICIIAEI. MITCHELL RoRI:R'I' iW1TCHEI.I. JANICII Ml'FCl1USSON . LARRY MIZELL ...... JUDY MOORE Second Row: DONNA iNfOORIiFIELD .. . NIICHAICI. NIORKZAN .... DONALD MORRIS JAMIQS MORRIS . . JANE MORRIS . . , Third Raw: KATHY MORRIS SUSAN MORRIS .. HOXN'ARD MOSS .... NIARSIIALL MOSS .. SAMMYE MOSS Fourlh Row: ANNE iX'IL'DD ....... CHARLES NIUESSLE YVILLIAM MULLINS .. . CLI:'rUs MURPHY .. LEANN MURRAY .. Fifth Row: THOMAS MURTO . . . LARRY MYATT ..... JAMES MCALOON .... . I-'RANK MCCLATCHY ....... DON MCCLLYRE ..... .. Sixth Row: JAMES MCCOLLUM .. . RUE NICCUTHCHEON NIARGARFT NICDANIEL MICHAEL MCIJANIEL PAUL MCDONALD .......Albion, Ill. . . . . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. . .Grand Rivers, Ky. . . . . . . .SimpSon, Ill. . . .Gi1bcrtSville, Ky. . . . Paducah, Ky. . . . .Fairdalc, Ky. , . . , .Hardin, Ky. . . . .LOuisville, Ky. ....KutLawa, Ky. ..,....PaduCah, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. .....,.Paducah, Ky. . . . .Erdwel Ry. ....Milburn, Ky. . . . .LOuisville, Ky . . .LouiSville, Ky .....W'ing0, Ky . . . ,WingO, KY ....Galva, Ill ,.Garden City, Mich .......Hickman, Ky . . . . . .Fort Knox, Ky .Holly Springs, Miss ........Murray, Ky. . . . .Benton, . . .Murray, . . . .Ca1h0un, . . . .Murray, . . .Murray, Qu Q. Rf, w..,,,, If I ,.. in-. . 535 ' .Q -of First Row: GARY MCDOIICAL .... YVILLIAM NICELROY ...... TIM MCENROE ...... .. MELX'IN MCCFE .......... KENNETH NICINIZRNEY .... CHARLES MCKPINNEY ..... Second Row: THOMAS MCLAUCHLIN .. ........Paducah, Ky. New Hyde Park, N.Y. . . . . . .OwcnsbOro, Ky. .. . .Johnston City, Ill. New Hyde Park, N.Y. . . . . .Beaver Dam, Ky. ...,Milll0WH, NJ. RICHARD MCNEILL ....... .,.... H errin, Ill. CHARLOTTE MCREYNOLDS ROBERT MCWII.LIAh1S .... THOMAS NANCIE ....... LINDA NANNEY Thin! Raw: LEONARD NEELY HAROLD NEIHOFF FRANCES NEILL .... CAROL NEIISON ..... RICHARD NICHOLS KENNETH NIPP ..... Fourth Row: ANDREAS NIssEN CARMAN NI'I"fI .. BRENDA NIX FRANCIS NOLAN .. ERNIE lNORDMAN ..... DOMINIC NIICIEORO Fifth Roux' NORAJEAN NUTURO RANDALI, OAKLEY .... SHIRLEY 0'BRYAN .. JOHN OGLE ........ LARRY 0fll.ESBY TITIIS f,KOI,0 . . . . . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . Paducah, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .A1mo, Ky. . . . .BrOOkpOrt, Ill. ....,....Paducah, Ky. . . . .Jc-ffersontown, Ky. . . . .Valley Station, Ky. . . . . .M:1disonville, Ky. .......Hickman, Ky. . . . .Oaklawn, Ill. .....Trenton, N.J. .. . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Delmar, N.Y. ..,.,..CariO, Ill. . . . .Albany, N.Y. . . . . . .Louisvi1le, Ky, . . . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. .,.. . .TOledo, Ohio . . .MadisOnville, Ky. ,...Rep. of Biafria ar uh N? IU IORS 357 First Row: DANNY OLDHAM .. DONALD OLDHAM . . . JUDY OLIVE ...... CLARENCE OLIVER . RONALD OLIVER .. WILLIAM ORR .. Serond Row: KENNETH OSTRANDER XVILLIAM OX'ERBEY . LINDA PACE ....... . . . .Gilbertsville, Ky. ......WingO, Ky. . . . .Fu1ton, Ky. . . . .Neptune, N.J. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. ... ...Pulaski, N.Y . . . .... Murray, Ky . . . . .Paducah, Ky KENNETH PAPALE . . . , , .MagnOlia, N.J JAMES PARIS ...... JADE PARK .. Third Row: CHARLOTTE PARMAN CHARLI-'S PASCHALL . GARY PATTERSON DARLA PAYNE ..... PAULA PAYNE .. . . . .Pawling, N.Y . . . .Paducah, Ky . . . ...... Owensboro, Ky ....Cunningham, Ky STEPHEN PARTIN ... .,...Puryear, Tenn . . .Louisvi1le, Ky . . . . .Pembroke, Ky . . . . .MOrganfield, Ky First Row: JANET PEEBLES .. MICHAEL PEEK NANCY PENDELL . . . . . . KIM PENNINCTON .. CYNTHIA PERKINS . . . PATRICIA PERKINS .. Second Row: JOSEPH PERRY .... WILLIAM PETTITT . . . . . . . . . WILLIAM PEYTON . . . . , . GARRETT PI-IELPS .... .. . PETER PICCIRILLI . . . . . . . REBECCA PICKENS . . . . . . Third R0w.' CHARLOTTE PIERCE DAVID PIERCE .... CAROLE PIGUE ...... MARTIN PINKHAM . .. DONNA PINNI-IR .... NANCY PIPER .... Fourth Row: FRANK PITANIELLO .... . PHILIP PITT ...,.... SUsAN PITT ...... GINA PI'I'I'MAN .... . WILLIAM POLISENO MARIAN POLLARD . . . . . Fifth Row: PECCY POWVELL .... DONNA PRANTE .. SUSAN PREUSSE .... MARGARET PREWITT SALLY PRICE .... , . . SAMUEL PRICE .. Sixth Row: CINDY PRITCHARD ...... . MARTHA PRITCHARD EILEEN PRUITT . .... . JOHN PRUITT .... KENNETH PROBST . RAYMOND PROVLX . . . , ..,.. West Warwick, ......Murray, .......Bent0n, . .McLeansboro, .....,Murray, . . . .Paducah, . . . .Mayfield, Ky .. . . . .Parish, N.Y. ..Hardinsburg, Ky. ......Paducah, Ky. Mechanicville, N.Y. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Paris, Tenn. ......Jay, N.Y. ....Fu1ton, Ky. . . . . .Benson, I11. . . . .Louisvi1le, Ky . . . .LaCenter, Ky. . . . .Watcrvliet, N.Y ......Paducah, Ky . . . . .Louisville, Ky . . ,Farmingt0n, Ky . . . .Brockton, Mass .Burnt Prairie, Ill Hanover, Ind. 1 . ix L X KI' " 1 . . . Pembroke, Ky. A . . . .Louisville, Ky. 'T , .......Chester, Ill. sb' 5- . . . . .Bardstown, Ky, . 2-Q. , 43 .....Barl0w, Ky. - ii A . . .Barlow, Ky. U " I - ,.......Wingo, Ky. . , . , .FarmingLon, Ky. . . . . .Danville, Ky. ,. f is .... . . .Clinton, Ky. ' fx' ......Mattoon, Ill. Rl- Q .. 535, XC .I li 358 5 . First Row: DAVID RICH ........ . . . DAVID RICHARDSON .,.. ..... LINDA RICHARDSON . . . . , . DANIEL RICKARD .... ..... ANNA RICKS ..... GLORIA RICKS .... Second Row: ROSETTA RIDCEWAY MARGARET RILEY .,.. ..... CARL RISEN ....... CONNIE RISTER .... CARL ROBERTS .. TOM ROBERTS . .. Third Row: R, D. ROBERTSON .. LARRY RODCERS . .. GEORGE ROCERS .... LESLIE ROLFE .. LOUIS ROMEO .... CHARLES ROOF .. Fourth Row: LEON ROOF .... SUE ROPER ....... ROSEMARY ROWLAND ROSALINE RUDOLPH DEBORAH RUE ...... . MAX RUSSELL ..... Fifth Row: DAVID RUTH .. JAMES SADLEY RITA SALANIK . . . PAULA SANDERS PAUL SAUER ..,.. SONIA SAVAGE .. ..PembertOn, NJ Munfordville, Ky .GreenSburg, Ind. Madisonville, Ky. . . Jackson, Tenn, . . Jackson, Tenn. . . . .Paducah, Ky. Cherry Hill, NJ. .........Lov, Ky ....Mayfield, Ky .....Murray, Ky . . .ClintOn, Ky . ...., Eddyville, Ky. ,.MasOn City, Ill. . . . . .Princeton, Ky. .......Sayre, Pa. . . . .BeacOn, N.Y. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . ....... Irvington, Ill. ..WhiteSville, Ky . . . .MayHcld, Ky . . .LOuiSville, KY KY .....Murray, . . Lexington, Ky Robbinsville, NJ . . .Rocklcdge, Pa . . .LOuiSvillc, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky ..RogcrSfOrd, Pa First Row: JAMES PROWELL DEBORAH PUCH .. WALTER QUALK .... WILLIAM QUICLEY .... .. DOROTHY RADFORD . . . . . . MURRY RAINES ..... Second Row: JANICE RANEY FRED REAVES .... LARRY REDDICR LINDA REED ..... RICHARD REED ..,. . . . .Fredonia, Ky. .Lancaster, Ohio . . . .MaYflC1d, Ky. ......Butler, Pa. . Madisonville, Ky. . . . .Bandana, Ky. ......Ekron, Ky. ..EvanSville, Ind. . . .Bardwell, Ky. . .Mt. Vernon, Ill. .....Bcnton, Ky. ALEXANDER REID .... .... G ilbertsville, Ky. Third Row: MICHAEL REID ..... LINDA REISS ........ . . . . MICHAEL RENDLEMAN LYNN RENNIRT ....., . . . EDWIN RHODES .... . . . . . MARILYN RICE .. . . .SymsOnia, Ky. .....Belmar, NJ. Calvert City, Ky. ..LouiSvillc, Ky. .Senatobia, Miss. .Mt. Vernon, Ill. First Row: DONALD SMITH PHILLIP SMITH . . . REUEL SMITH .. SAMMIE SMITH ... TERRY SMITH .. Second Row: MERTHA SMITHSON . . . . . LINDA SNYDER ..... JAMES SOLOMON . . . GENE SOWELL BILL SPALDINC Third Row: DON SPICELAND VICKI SPICELAND .... CHARLOTTE STALLION BUEL STALLS ...... . . . HOWELL STEADMAN . . . . . . . . Russellville, .....BentOn, . . .Chester, . . . .Benton . . . .Dudley, .Hopkinsville . . . , Mayfield . . . .Paducah y .....Benton, . . .Owensboro . . .Murray, . , ,Murray, .....MariOn, . . . .Murray, Amsterdam, I I I Ky. Ky. Ill. Ky. Mo. Ky. KY KY KY KY KY KY KY KY N.Y JU IORS 'irst Row: QOBERT SAvEI.EY .. LENNETH SCHADEBERG . . . NANCY SCHAICFER . . . CONRAD SCHATTE .. STANLEY SCHIHER .. PRISCILLA SCHMIDI' . Second Row: RUSSELL SCHMIDT .. VAL SCHOSSLER ROD SCHWICITZER . . lw'IATT SCOCOZZA . . . BARBARA SCOTT . . . DANNY SCOTT . . . Third Row: PAUL SCOTT .... RICHARD SCOTT .. RUTH SEATON RICKY SELBY DAVID SENSINC .. SARAH SEWVELL .... Fourth Row: BARBARA SEXTON . . . JOE SHANE ...... DANNY SHEIIARD CATHY SHOOK .... YVONNE SHRIVLI .... LINDA SICLER ..... Fifth Row: LOUIS SIMS ...... . . . RUTHIF SINCLETON . DONNA SISK ........ BETTY SKIDMORE ., BILLY SKIPWORTH .. IULIA SLEDD .... . . , . . .Danville, Ill. . . . . .MIIndelcin, Ill. .....Mt. Vernon Daytona Beach, . ..... Schnectady, . . , . . .Paducah, , Ill. Fla. N.Y. Ky. . . . .Lorain, Ohio . . . . .Centralia, Ill. . . . .East Peoria, . , Alamesbury, Ill. NJ. . . . .Providence, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Waco, Texas . . . . .Kevil, . . . .Malden, . . . .Clint0n, . . . . .Princeton, ......LeLand, . . . .Gilbertsville, . . . . .LOuisville, . . . .Louisville-, . . . .COvington, . . . .HendcrsOn, . . . .FarmingtOn, . , .0wcnsborO, Ky. Mo. Ky. Ky. Fla. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. . . . .PadIIcah, Ky, .......Kevil, . . . .Dunmor, . . . .BentOn, Ky. Ky. Ky. PNP 360 First Row: A- "Q' 4-Q A -4"',',,.f"'C'1-J-5-fi f .tgp - .. ,I ,LJ in --, yL'Tf,jj1T,.,,E.f-T-f-'NMR ,i.....f1.-'Aff-3'wj'-"T" TT' , I -.31-gi H , lf Q"b - ,. Q ll. -'1' 'T""fTTTTlL- - ' "" T I 5r...."".:." w M m A--"" ..I,,..i"2'.:-l f' -f ' 3 - X51 Li M - 'RLS A. . .I ',,4....f "f""'T fl ....,. -f A' -fi' S - ' ' A . - a Ligl 'I " il f f" 1311 z ,SI av.. A .Iv Q ' all 1' . LZ. . p ... 3 9 - N ' . I . . ' A ,f'Q -A - I . L.. P ' I ui :F ,x I-GAR! i i it . A . lif S A ' 1 . " ' ig 'vial " " " """ ,, T '22 . t A gTn,.,..I....i,.-. I , . I H W' " . A I ' J' ' ' C 13 - Q .. "Mg 51 1 iw I .1 A . wr: lr by V , , . A, if . y . 1. :Qi ,K y Q , '- Hgh- . . z. I. ,,.. .- , 4 , Y. , . Su nil - ... p H . , . M... W :errands , .H it I H ' -rim. ......-I I-ri - mmm wmwi I .5 'FR Y X N A C? , 'Q S9 :R 'SC X VRS . . 4 5' S 1 vu I TOM STEDELIN LEE STEIN ...... PATRICIA STEVENS . . . RICHARD STEVENS .. YVILLIAM STEVENS MARTHA STICE .. Second Row: BARBARA STIGALL .. DONNA STINNETTIZ ... . MARY STITICS ..... MARY STIVERS .... RONALD STIVFRS KvA'lH.-KN STOKES . . . . Third Row: . " . SANDRA STORES . . .. - CAROL STOIIPER .. LAVEETA STORY . . . - LINDA STOVALL .. T ' C FRANK STREETY .... ,- ' A CYNTHIA STRINGER Q. yu A If f .P V 1' Fourth Row: f TOBINIY STROWV .. 1 "' - - ' JOHN STURGILL . . . . . . . . .- . , SUSAN SIII.I.ENc:ER ....... . . I S WII.LIAM SUMMERVILLE ..... . - DOROTHY ALICE SWANN if. Fifth Row: WILLIAM SWATZELL TOM SWOIK ........ JERRY TAlf'F ....... PATRICIA TARACS .. JAMES TAI.I.EY .. SAMUEL TANDY Sixth Row: BARBARA TAYLOR .. MARTHA TAYLOR SALLY TAYLOR .... ROBERT TFAIQUE .... LARRY FYFCKFNBROCK . . . jo ANN THOMAS .... KAREN SWAIN .... ...... . . . . .Ccntralia, Ill. . . . .ChicagO, Ill. . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . . . .RantouI, 111. ..Providence, Ky. .BrownSVi1Ie, Ky. Cunningham, Ky, . . .BardSt0wn, Ky. . . . .St. Louis, Mo. . . . .Frankfort, Ky. . . .LOuiSvil1e, Ky. . . . .RumSey, Ky. . . . . . . .RumSey, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio .......Murray, Ky. . . .Eddyville, Ky. . .New York, N.Y. .,.....Salem, Ky. .....Benton, Ky. . . .Kingston, N.Y. ......Marion, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio ..DrakcSboro, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ......Wingo, Ky. . . . .Springhcld, Ill. ..XVlIitehall, N.Y. . . .HarriSburg, Ill. .....Clinton, Ky. , . .Murray, Ky. ..Hendcrson, Ky. ...GolcOnda, Ill. . . . . .MI1rray, Ky. ..Earlington, Ky. . . .Mctropolis, Ill. . . .ColumbuS, Ga. First Row: PATRICIA THOMAS SHARON THOMAS FRANK THOMPSON .. LINDA THOMPSON JOSEPH THORNE .... JON THORPE Second Row: PAULA TI-IORPE ...... RONALD THUNMAN .. MARY THIIRN ..... LYNETTE TILFORD ..... KAREN TILL ......... CATHERINE 'TIMPERMAN Third Row: CONNIE TOLIVER . . . PEARL THARPE KELSIE TRAVIS . . . TONI TRAYLOR ..... DAVIE TREMAIRE ...... MELISSA TREVATHAN .. ... . .Fort Knox, Ky Dawson Springs, Ky .......Murray, Ky . . . .PrincetOn, Ky ....Albany, N.Y , . . . .Eddyvillq Ky . . . .MayfieId, Ky . . . .ROchester, Ill ....Mt. Vernon, Ill ......Paducah, Ky . . . .LakcwOOd, N.Y . . . .LOuisvillc, Ky . . . .RObinson, Ill . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky ......Paducah, Ky . , . .MemphiS, Tenn . . . .WilmOre, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky. First Row: SHERRY TREVATHIXN ALAN TUCKER ..... CHARLES TUCKER .... .... JAIVIES TUCKER .... LARRY TUCKER . . . ROY TUOKER Second Row: SHEILA TUCKER .... LUCRETIA TURNER . MARY TYLER ..... RONNIE UNDERHILL CHERYL IYNDERWOOD MARK VANSLUGTERS Third Row: JAMES VARBLE .... BEN VARDELL ..... FRANK VASELEVVSKI CHARLES VAUGHN .. DAVID VEAZEY .... SHARON VENABLE .. Fourth Row: ELECTA VERNON . . . ROY YVADKINS .. . ANN WVALKFR .... MARY YVALKER .... MICHAEL WAIIKFR .... . SHERMAN WALKER Fifth Row: MARTIN WALL .. . CAROL YVALLIS .... THOMAS YVALLIS MARK WALSH ,... VIVIAN YVALTON .. DONNA WARD . . .......... Cadiz, . . . . . .Paducah, . . . . .FOrdsville, . .MadiSOnville, KY KY .Valley Station, Ky KY KY ...........Clay, ..MadisOnville, Ky. . . .Farmington, Ky .. .... Sugar Rum, Penn KY . . . .Murray, Ky ....Fu1tOn, Ky. . . . .MelrOse, N.Y . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Puxi1O, MO. . . . .KingStOn, N.Y. . . .EarlingtOn, Ky. . . . .HansOn, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky, ..CeIItra1 City, Ky. .......BentOn, Ky. .. . . . .StanfOrd, Ky. ..Centra1 City, Ky. ..Calvert City, Ky. .......FultOn, Ky. . . .OWensbOrO, Ky. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . . .M6lbCl', Ky, ..KingS Park, N.Y. . . .Girardeau, MO. ......ClintOn, Ky. First Row: GEORGE WARREN . JOHN VVARREN . . . JOYCE WARREN .. PETER WARREN .. TONY WASPIER .. JACK WATRINS . . . Second R0w.' ZELLA WATRINS .. EDDIE YVATSON MERRY YVATSON .. MIKE YVATSON .... PERRY WATSON' .. JANE WATTS Third Row: BILL YVAYNE .... SUSAN WICI.KER EDWARII WELLS . . . JOYCE VVELLS .. . JAMES WELSH .. SUSAN WERTz Fourth Row: EDDIE YVEST .. JESSE YVHEAT .. BETTY YVHITE .... KAREN VVHITE ..... . ELIZABETH VVHITE .... ERNEST WHITEHEAD . . . Fifth Row: LINDA YVHITENTON MARILYN YVHITLOW WAYNE WHITNEY . PATTIE XVIGGINS . . . DON YVILKINS ..... BRYAN WILLIALIS . Sixth Row: LOSSIE WILLIAMS . . MIKE WILLIAMS .. SAM VVILLIAMS . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Henderson, Ky. . . . .FairFIeld, Ill. . . . .Naples, N.Y. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Bcnton, Ky. ....Bcnton, Ky. ....Cobb, Ky. ......Salem, Ill. . , . ,Marion, Ky. .......Salcm, Ill. . . . . .Paducah, Ky, .....,HendcrSon, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. . . . .Grand Chain, Ill. . . . . .Greenville, Ky. . . . . .BethlelIem, Pa. . . . . Edinburg, Ind. ........Murray, Ky. . . . .Bardstown, Ky. . . . .LouiSvi1le, Ky. . . . .Kuttawa, Ky. . . . .McLean, Va. . . . .Eddyvil1e, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Mayiield, Ky. . . . . .Eddyvil1e, Ky. ......Burna, Ky. . . . .Trenton, Ky. . . . . .Stanley, Ky. . .... Providence, Ky. . . . . .Cincinnati, Ohio . . . .East Prairie, Mo. WILINIA WILLIAMS .... ..... C alvert City, Ky. STEVE WILLIAMSON NANCY WILLIS .... . . . .Hopkinsville, Ky. .......Murray, Ky. First Row: JACK WVILSON ...... WIIIIAM XVILSON .. WIIIIANI P. VVILSON RITA WININr:s .... LYNN XVINKFL .. Semml Row: STICPIIICN YVINN .. ALMA YVINTIZRS . . . BOEIIY YVISIE ..,. SANDRA XVITZES .. TIINIOTHY XVOODS . Third Row: JAMES WoosI.EY . JOYCE XVOOTON . . . Lols XVOOTON .. PAIZI. YVORBOYS ... TERRY WRAY .. Fourth Row: CEcIfI.IA YVRIGHT .. CLI-TNI? WRIr:HT ...... LAVAIIIQIIN WRIf3HT WARREN YVRIGHT .. MILBURN XVRYE Fifth Row: JOHN YVYATT ...... STIZPIIFN YVYATT .. MAXIN YVYNN .... JOYCE YATES .... BIYRA YATES . . . Sixth Row: T I-ZRRY YA'rEs ...., Al'MAR.fKl'ORN YFAIKIQSSIRORN GI-:RAI.n Y0I:Nc ............ jun' YoI:Nr: ............. DIANE YOUNGBLOOD .,.. '91 . . . .Owcnshor0, Ky. , .Hopkinsvillq Ky. . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . .N:1slIvillc, Ind, ... .PaducalI, Ky. . , . .GreenviIle, . . . ,Murray, ...,SiIIIps0II, . . .... Schcllcr, Ky. Ky, Ill. Ill. . . .SclIncctady, N.Y. ....C11IlCyVlllC, Ky. . .Madisom'illc, Ky. . .Madis0nvillc, Ky. Honcoyc Falls, N.Y. ......Sl2llllll0l1, .....Fult0II, .......Kirkscy, . . . . . .Paducnh, West Frankfort, . . . .ML Carmel, . . .Earlingtom .....Pacluc:Ih, ...ParlI1calI, .....Wing0, . .... Murray, ......MuyRcld, Ill. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. Ill. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky Ky. .BHIlgkOk, Tllailand .....Bcyl1zIlin, Miss. ......Murray, Ky. , . . .Muylicld, Ky. First Row: Prtncv ZACHARY . LARRY ZIMINIICRMAN THOMAS ZYCH ..., . . .Hanson, Ky. Vuuu ZlfL1.lcH ..... ,.... L ouisvillc, Ky. YVadsworlh, Ohio ..,..Col1ocS, N.Y. x Q w 'li Lf JN v . .- , - 1 , W ' E ' 25 . " J 'f " , "3 ff 1 1 b ,- 1-,V swf, Ks: , ,..,,..v,., .,,. 3 5 , K K , .. ,. A. mmf, 2 J, ,ffm ' 1 Qaizz 'ilhm SN. 'mm V ! , N . Q! 5 X' "ir-ni' SOPHUMORE CLASS South . . . Let,s go! . . . Whatis he doing now-NAM . . . How was your summer? . . . Lifeguard, huh . . . 7:30-sleep . . . Wilson HalI?! . . . 5 minutes . . . Rotsee . . . There's no drill this year? . . . MUD . . . You swam by which library? . . . Exquisite . . . Hut lOl . . . How much didja lose in the pinball? . . . Cafeteria? . . . Say thereq . . . Groovy . . . Tuff . . . Tate . . . Pete? . . . Supercool . . . TABOMA?? . . . How sweet it is . . . LAGNAF?? . . . Springtime-the lake . . . let's watch the girls at Woods Hall . . . Dr. Lowry-a legend-remembered . . . A new theatre-Cheri? . . . Advanced WHAT?! SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Margo Yeiser, Secretaryg Bob Dunn, Presidentg Cheryl Brown, Treasurerg Greg McKee1, Vice-President. First Raw: LINDA ADAIR .... BEVERLY ADAMS .. BRADLEY ADAMS .. DIANE ADAMS . . . FLEDA ADAMS . . . GEORGE ADAMS .... Semnd Row: AI.DI-:RT ADAAISON .. LAURA ADKINS .... EDWARD AIf'I'I'I:H .. WILLIAM AllAR'I' .. JERRY AINLIQY STEIIHEN Al.CO'l"l' . . . Third Row: LAMONE ALDICRDICE . . . REX ALDICRDICE .... PATTY ALLEN ...... ROXIANN ALLEN ...... MICHAEL ALEXANDER . CYNTHIA ALMENDINCER Fourth Row: SYI.vIA ALNICNDINCFR . . . . . . CAROL ANDIZRSON .... VVALTER ANDERSON .. DAVID ANDZICL ..... . CAROL AN1.EI.O .... CATHY ARENDALL . . . Fifth Row: WIIZLIAM ARELACR .. LINDA ARMS ........ JAMES ARMSTRONG .. JAMES H. ARMSTRONG MlL'f0N ARMSTRONG . RICHARD ARMSTRONG Sixth Row: I,YNE'l'TE ARYIDSON .. DARCEY ASIIIIY VIRGINIA ASIIMORE .. GLORIA ASHWORTH .. JOYCE AIISIQNDAIICH . JOCAROL AYIQR CllTlllllL'l'SVlllC, MO .. . . . .MI1rray, Ky Valley Station, Ky .......FllllOIl, Ky ......Hazcl, Ky .. . .I'I'iIIcclOn, Ky ....lxl0I'g1lIlllClll, Ky. .. . .I.OIIiSvillc, Ky. . . .BlIlgll2llTllOll, N,Y. ........Cadiz, Ky. ..l'l2ll'llllIlglOIl, Ky. .. .Allcnsvillc, Ky, . . . .I,yllIlVlllC, Ky. . . .I.ynnvillc, Ky. . . . .LzICcnter, Ky. . .East Prairie, ......MzIriOn, Mo. Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio ..ClIlCllll111ll, Ohio . . . . .PatlIIcalI, . . . . .DeI.and, . .Wcstscncca, . . .UniOnt0wn, .HOpkinsvil1c, . . . .Marion, ....PadI1cah, . . . . .P21dllCal1, . . Ly nn Grove, .MadisOnville, . . Louisville, . . .Evunsville, ......Hans0n, Mzulisonville, .Ccntrzil City, ........Kcvil, . . .0wcnsboro, Ky. Fla. N.Y. Pa. Ky. Ind. Ky. X5 Sf SOPHO ORES Fi fs! R ou' : DOROTHY BAKER NANCY BAKER .. LAURIE BALI.Ew .. BETTY BANDY KATHY BARBER .. BARBARA BARRER .. Second Row: VIOLET BARKSDALE DAVID BARNES .... JOHN BARNIIART .. JOHN BARRETT .... ROBLIR'F BARRETT .. . . .... Vandalia, Ohio SAIINDRA IlARRE'1"l' Third Row: WANDA BARRETT . MARTHA BARROW . TIMOTHY BARTER . . . . . JOHN BAYER ..... JERRY BAYNE ... NONA BAZZELL Ku gh, 1 . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. ......Kevil, Ky, . . .Louisvil1e, Ky. ..Hcnders0n, Ky. . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .. .Princeton, Ky. . .... Lexington, Ky. .. . .Kuttawa, Ky. .....Benton, Ky. . ..... Benton, Ky. . . . . I ........ Hazel, Ky. .Gilbcrtsville, Ky. . . .BIIr1ington, Ky. . . . . . Madison, Ind. .Farmington, Ky. First Row: JAMES BEARD .... PATRICIA BEA'roN SYLVIA BliA'li'I'Y . . . . CAROL BEDOUI' . . . PAUL BECK ..... SUSAN BIECKICR Second Row: JOHN BIQIIRINCER . DIANA BICLICVV Madisonville, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Eddyville, Ky. . . . Boonville, Ind. .....Clinton, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. ... . .Benton, Ky. JANE BliI.0'l'l'1 ........ Murray, Ky. RICHARD BICIXIAZ .. Currier Mills, Ill. LINDA BENNI:'I"I' ......... Hazel, Ky. PATRICIA Bl-INNETT Third Row: PRESTON BICRMAN . NIARJORIIC BERRY .FarmingLoI1, Ky ,....Chicago, Ill, . . .Mayficld, Ky. STIZPIIICN BERRY .... ..... 0 wcnsboro, Ky. FARRICLI. BICYICR .. BAXTER BILBREY . JOANN BILDICRBACK Fourth Row: JOHN BIsHoI- .. . RONALD BISIC NANCY BLACKBURN PEGGY BLAKELEY .. LONNIE BLAND MARY BLOEMKE . Fifth Row: LARRY BOAZ RALl'H Bor:LE DENNIS Bocas BONITA BONICLL .. JAMES BOONE .... LoRE'r'rA BOYD .. . Sixth Row: MELANIE BOYD .. LARRY BRADFORD . JERRY BRADY .... JOYCE BRANSON . . . BRUCE BLATINER LINDA BOST ...... . . .Paducah, Ky. ,. . .Murray, Ky. ...SL Louis, Mo. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. .......Clay, Ky, .......Sturgis, Ky. . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. . . . . .Elgin, Ill. . . .Princeton, Ky. . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . .EfHngham, Ill. . . .Detroit, Mich. . . .Fredonia, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky, .. . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .I-Iarvcy, Ill. . . .MayHeld, Ky. . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Belmar, N.J. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . - I ,J W ... H ,',,. ..J. J, Q L J MAN . . A R . Nw as I . r A S E S f it . Z.. i VA 5 Q .we I' First Row: BILL BoTTORIfE . SI-IARI BOXERNIAN BRUCE BOYD ....... . . DEBORAH BOYD .. MARTY BOZARTII . . ......... Cadiz, Ky. RUSSELL BRADLEY .... . . Second Row: LYNN BRILEY .... AINIY BROWN CI-IERYL BROWN .. . DANNY BROWN . . . . DENNIS BROWN .... . ESTHER BROWN . Third Row: . . . .Goshen, Ky. . .Wackegan, Ill. I .... Kennett, Mo. . .... Vine Grove, Ky. . .Canne1tOn, Ind. .Nashville, Tenn. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Pel1villE, Ky. . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. .....Clay, Ky. LINDA BROWN .... .... D anvillc, Ky. NIARTHA BROWN . OPAL BROWNINI: .. RICHARD BRUCE PIIILIP BRUSCH .. Fourth Row: LEE BRYANT .. ROGER BUCK .. SHEILA BUCY TERRY BURDEN . . . . . . CLAYTON BURGESS SIDNEY BURCESS . Fifth Row: ANNE BURGI-TTT . JERRY BURNETT . DANNY BURNS .. . DAPHNE BURT . . . BARRY BURTON .. GLORIA BUSSE Sixth Row: JERRY BUTLER DANNY BYERLY .. DAVE BYRD ...... STEVEN CAIN .... DAVID CALDWELL . . .OlITIstead, Ky. LINDA L. BROWN . .... Paducah, Ky. . . . . .MariOn, Ky. . . . .MayHeld, Ky. . . .Trenton, NJ. . . . .Shelbyville, Ky. . , .Be1tsville, Ma. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .Madisonville, Ky. . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Vandalia, Ill. ..Earlington, Ky. ..Metr0po1is, Ill. . .Fulton, Ky. .Calvert City, Ky. .CO1umbIIs, Ohio . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .Symsonia, Ky. .....BentOn, Ky. .CrutchHeld, Ky. . .Evansville, Ind. ...Hickman, Ky. DEBBIE CALIIOUN .... ,... L ynn Grove, Ky. Seventh Row: LARRY CALL ...... PAT CALLAIQHAN .... . IJARRYL CALLAHAN DANIEL CANNON ..... ,, ANTHONY CARACCIOLO .. .. DAVID CARLISLE .. . . .Hickrrian, Ry. . . .Freeburg, Ill. . . . .Canmer, Ky. . . .Sikeston, Mo. ,.CliHwood, NJ. . . .Mayfield, Ky. First Row.' KENNETH CARSON HANNAH CASH .. DENNIS CAVITT .. TONY CELLA GLEN CHANEY ,. JANICE CHANEY . Second Row: JOHN CHANEY NANCY CHASE .... CARLOS CHAvEz . DONALD CHERRY . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. .....BcntOn, Ky. . . . .WickcliFfe, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Mt. Vernon. Ill. . . . .Hardyville, Ky. . . . .MariOn, Ill. . . . .Lima, Peru .......Murray,Ky. JAMES CHERRY .... ........ A rlington, Ky. TERRY CLACETT Third Row: WVILLIAM CLAPP CAROL CLARK .. . JOHNNY CLAYTON RANDY CLEMENTS SHERMAN CLINE SUSAN COEEEEN .. Elizabethtown, Ky. . . . . . .C1intOn, Ky. . . . . .MadisOnville, Ky. . . . . . .Paris, Tenn. .. .... Morganficld, Ky. . . .... Owensboro, Ky. . . .... Gilbertsville, Ky. 5' iywff SOPHO ORES 371 First Row: CARLA COFFEY LINDA COLE ........ WYILLIAM COLEMAN .. . PAMELA COLLIER WENDY COLLINS .... THOMAS COLSON .. . Second Row: JANIS CONLIN .. LUCIE COOK .... MITZI COOK ...... REBECCA COOPER MARTHA COPELAND .. BAULETTE COPELAND Third Row: DONALD CORLIZY NANCY CORNMAN .. JANICE COVINCTON BILLIE Cox ....... MARCIE CRAFT CAROL CRAWFORD . . . Fourth Row: MARC CRAWFORD NANCY CREERMUR CATHY CRI DER ....... . RICHARD CROSSETT .... . . CAROLYN CUNNINCHAM CECILIA CUNNINCHAM Fifth Row: PHYLLIS CUNNINCHAM .. . . DENNIS CURRO ........ . . VELMA CUSHIQNBERRY .... . . . GWVEN DAVIS . ....... JENA DAVIS .... JOHN DAVIS Sixth Row: LINDA DAVIS ..,. PHILIP DAVIS .. RAY DAVIS ..... JERRY DAY ....... NORMAN DEARNI-IR . . . SUSAN DIZCKER . . . . .Somerset, Ky. . . . . .HickOry, Ky. New Concord, Ky. ..Champaign, Ill. . . . . . .LatOnia, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . . .LouiSville, Ky. .TaB1e Grove, Ill. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Oswego, N.Y. . . . .PaduCah, Ky. . . .Bent0n, Ky. . . . . .Marion, Ky. . . . .MayHeld, Ky. . . .Greenvi1le, Ky. .HOpkinsville, Ky. . . .MadisOnvi1le, Ky. . . . .LouisVille, Ky. ... . .Salem, Ky . . . .Eddyville, Ky . . . . .Milburn, . . . .Louisville, KY KY .......Cadiz, Ky . . . . ,Paducah, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky. ..ROchcster, N.Y. .Hopkinsvi1le, Ky. .....Fll.iff:lC1d, Ill. ......Slurgis, Ky. ..Providence, Ky. ... . .FairFIeld, Ill. . . . . .SymsOnia, Ky. .........Pana, Ill. .........BeltOn, Ky. . . . , .JcffersOntOwn, Ky. . .Vincennes, Ind. First Row: GARY DEES ......... TONIRIY DEHAYIQN . . ... CALYIN D'EI.IA ...... . . . SUSAN IJENTON ..... MICIIAIQL DIQRRINIVTON JANICI-I IJEVASIICR .... Second Row: JAMES IJEVILLICZ lVIOI.I.Y DEVINIQ , . . RONNIE DEX'l'I-1R ..,. flARY DICK ........ FREDICRICK DIIQIOYANNI MARGARET DILLIHAY Third Row: BITIII DINREL ..... CONNIE DITTAIINZR JEANIE D1UfiUlD .. WIIIIAIII DOIISON .. l.liS'l'l-ill DoNELsON IJONNIE DOOM ,... Fourth Row: KAYE DORAN ...... PIIYLI,Is DOLJfQI.AS .. lfVlI.I.IAlNI DOUGLAS .. DAVID IJOUTIIITT LINDA DOWNEY ... LOIS DRAKE .. Fiflh Row: CLARA DRITEIISI' L ROIIERT IJRI-TNNAN .. JOE DROKF ....... NIARLENE DUFFY .. BICTTY DUKI-'S . . . . DOLORIES DL'KI'S . . . Sixth Row: EI.IzAIzIc'I'H DUNAWAY CHARLOTTE DUNCAN . CLI-:NDA DUNCAN LARRY DUNCAN ROBERT DUNCAN ROBERT DUNN Seventh Row: IJOTTIE DURBIN .... DENNIS DWYER SUSAN DYER ........ CHARLES EASLEY ..... PATRICIA EDIILENIAN . CAROLYN EDDY ..... Eighth Row: SUZANNE EDRINCTON BIZCKY EDWARDS CARNEY ELDRIIIIQE . . . PEARL ELKS ....... CLFRALD ELLIOTT . . . AIOAN ELLIOTT .. . . . . ....,. Paducah, . . .Calvert City, Ky. .H2ll'CllllSblll'g, Ky. .Brick Town, NJ. . . . .LOuisville, Ky. . . .Evansvillc, Ind. . . .Russellville, Ky. . . .Kuttawa, Ky. .......Murray, Ky. ..Gilbcrtsville, Ky. .... .Mayfield, Ky. ......Elmont, N.Y. . . .Drakcsboro, Ky. Jcflcrsonville, Ind. . . .Owcnsb0r0, Ky. ... . . .Murray, Ky. .BuClIanan, Tenn. ......Murray, Ky. ...Kuttawa, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. Water Valley, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. , . . .Greenville, Ky. .Madisonvi1le, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . Princeton, Ky. .....Scnath, Mo. .......MariOn, Ky. . . .Russcl1villc, Ky. .Valley Station, Ky. . . , . .Murray, Ky. Ky. ..MOrgan6eld, Ky. ...,.RObinson, Ill. . . . .Vandalia, Ohio . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .L0uisville, Ky. . . . .I-Iickman, Ky. . . .Evansville, Ind. . . . .GolcOnda, Ill. . . . .Mystic, Conn. ...Arlington, ......Clinton, Ky. Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. .....Hickman, Ky. ....Fulton, Ky. . . . .Wingo, Ky. l First Row: PAUL ELWYN .... VIRGINIA EMBRY JOSEPH ENGI.ERT DON ERICSON ..... Petersburg, Ill. PEDRO ESPINOZA .. . TREVA EVERLEY .. Second Row: GLENN EXUM .... ......... F ulton, Ky. MARY FARNUM .... . . . EUGENIA FERGUSON SUSAN FERRELL .... Owensboro, Ky. MICHAEL FINCH ... ... KAREN FISHER .. Third Row: WILLIAM FISHER ROBERT FITCH ...,.. . . . . . . RICHARD FITCHIE BRYAN FITE ..... JOHN FLIIMING .. RONALD FLETCHER Fourth Row: MARTHA FLOWERS CHARLES FORBERG JOE FORSEE ..... CATHERINE FOULK LEON FOWLER . . . SYLVIA FOWLER . . We Am Www I Zin .0 2341-., . 4? A in X' ,131 In A ,V , if . K1 1. 5 A V i ai ....Sparta, Ill. ........Utica, Ky. N . . . .MayfIeld, Ky. .......Lima, Peru . . . .ROckport, Ky, .Gilbertsville, Ry. 4, . . . .ArlingtOn, Ky. qi' ' .HOpkinsville, Ky. . . . . .HartfOrd, Ky. 5 N. .Gilbertsville, Ky. Ifv V! Poplar Bluff, MO. i 'm f Ill . . . .... . ............. Elgin, . ......BenLOn, Ky. .. . .Hickman, Ky. . . . .MariOn, Ky. . . .RusSellville, Ky . . . .LouiSville, Ky KY . . . ........ Murray, Hackettstown, N.J ..... .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Paris, Tenn ZKK' f i A ... 'A 'SU 7 I Mgrrr KW' .vlzv 555. V..V . , . L, ,L , 'f 'Z" or 2 W 6 W ,,.:, I I vw Q 373 1 6 4 ii. 1 1 " V 2 ' First Row: PEGGY FOWLKES BRUCE FRANCIS .. DAVID FRANCIS .. ROY FRANKLIN .. JACKIE FREER .... DIANNE FRENCH Second Row: REBECCA FRENCH .. JOHN FRICK ..... HELEN FRISHE ANN GALASSI ....... DAVID GALLAGHER KENNETH GALLOWAY . Third Row: DEBORAH GALLOWAY . JAMES GANTT ........ . RICHARD GARDNER JAN GARY ........ BECKY GAY ..... DANNY GEURIN .. . Fourth Row: CHERYL Gmns CHARLES GIBSON .. . DONALD GILL ....... STEXVIE GILLEN ........ BOBBY GISSENDANNER . JACK GLASS .,....... Fifth Rqw: NANCY GOHEEN SHEILA GOLD ...... TERRY GOODWIN ..... YVILLIAM GOODWIN .. GRANGE GORDEN .... KAREN GORDON . . . .Paducah, Ky . . .Princeton, Ky . . . .Paducah, . . .Frankfort, KY KY ........Sturgis, KY ..Granite City, Ill . . .UniOntOwn, Ky. . . . . . .Deland, Fla. . . . .Frankfort, Ky. . . . . . .Stamford, Conn. Brownsville, Texas . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ......Buffalo, N.Y. . . .0wensbOrO, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. ........Kev1l, Ky. ..Fancy Farm, Ky. . . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. ......Orange, NJ. . . . .Metropolis, Ill. . .Calvert City, Ky . . . .PrOvidence, Ky . . . .Huntsvil1e, Ala ......Wingo, Ky . . . .Buncombe, Ill .....Cadiz, Ky First Row: WILLIAM HALL .... MARY HAl.LEH ...... . ANN HABI .... . . . . . THEODORE HAMILTON CHARLES IIAMLIN ...... . . . KENNETH HAMMACK . . . . Second Row: CAROL HAMINIANN .. DONNA HAMMERS . HARRIET HANCOCK JOHN HANES ....... LINDA HARIQISS ..... MELVA HARCROVE ., Third How: DALE HARLAN .... RONNIE HARPER TOM HARRIKIAN ALAN HARRINCTON . JOHN HARRINKDTON .. DONALD HARRIS . . . Fourth Row: CAROLYN HARRISON . DAVID HARRISON DEBORAH HARRISON GAYLA HARRISON .... LINDA HARTMAN .. WILLIAM HAYDEN .. Fifth Row: JAMES HAYES ...... ADRIENNE HAYLOR .... DAVID HAZLEWOOD . NORNIA HEARLD .. . KAREN HEIM ..... MARY HEITZNIAN Sixth Row: J. C. HENDERSON .... ROBERT HENDERSON . DIANE HENDRIX .... CAROL HENSON ..... RICHARD HENSON TERESA HERNANDEZ . . . . .BOOnville, MO. ....,....PaOli, Ind. .. . . . .OlmStead, Ky. Daytona Beach, Fla. .......Paducah, Ky. .....PrOvidence, Ky. . . . . .WaShingtOn, Ill . . .MadiSOnville, Ky ........Fulton, Ky ..........FlOra, Ill . . .HOpkinsville, Ky . . .Wickliffe, ....,.Bremen, . . . .Sikeston, ......Fithian, . . . . .Mayfield, ......Dayton, . . . .BloOmfield, . . . . .HendersOn, . . . .FarmingtOn, . . . .Farmington, . . . .OwenSborO, . . . .COllinSville, . . .Mayl'leld, . . . .PrincetOn, . . .NewpOrt, .....,Fulton, . . . .0WenSb0rO, . . . . .OwensbOro, . . . .LOuisville, .......Murray, . . .Water Valley, . .... West Paducah, . . . .Grand Rivers, ........BentOn, .....Mayfield, Ky 0 KY KY KY KY Ill KY KY KY KY KY KY KY First Row: PATTY GORDON . . . . RUSSELL GRAINCER SUSAN GRANDE ..., PAMELA GRAVES .... CATHI GREER .... ANN GRIFFIN .. Second Row: ,....,.ClintOn, Ill. . . . .LOuiSville, Ky. .....AuguSta, Ga. . .. . ...P21dllC21ll, Ky. .. . .Marble Hill, Mo. ........Murray, Ky. SANDRA CRIMES ,,... ...HOpkinsville, Ky TH0lN1AS GRIMSLIZY . . . .,..... Owensboro, Ky MARGARET CRUEDS ....... Madisonville, Ky JAMIQS CUILKEY ..... Pemberton HIS., N.J JAMES f1lITHRIE ........ ........... M urray, Ky KARI-iN IIACHMEISTER Third Row: IRAS PIAIQAN ..... . NIARIAN HACEL S'rEPIIIfN HALE . .. CEORCIA HALEY JOHN HALL .... SUSAN PIALL SOPHG ORES ,........MayHeld, . . .BOOnville, Ind . . , . . . .-Mayheld, Ky .....CadIz, Ky KY . . . .ElktOn, . . . . . . .OwensbOrO, Ky . . . . .Mays Landing, . N.J KY First Row: JAMES HEssE ..... . ..... Mattoon, Ill REBECCA HETRICR RAYMOND HEYDET .. .... Morganfleld, Ky . . .... Chittenango, N.Y LEE HICKLIN .,... ...... K ennett, Mo MARIE HICKS .... JANET HIIQDON . . Second Row: BETTY HIIQILINS .. PATRICIA HIc:r:s . DIANA HILL ..... LINDA HILL SUSAN HII.L .... JANIE HILLS Third Row: LOCRIE HINTON .. ......,MllfT3y, . . . .Slaughters, .. .... Fancy Farm, . . .... Hopkinsville, ......Paducah, .......Benton, . . , .Bardstown, KY KY . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .OwcnsbOro, Ky JOSEPH HODBS .... Fancy Farm, Ky NORMA HODGE ....... Marion, Ky ROBERT HODGE .... .... P rinceton, Ky CLYDE HGDCQES .... Vienna, Ill PAT HODIQES .... .... M urray, Ky Fourth Row: ANNE IIOLBROOK ..... Louisville, Ky LINDA HOLDER ..... ..., L aCentcr, ALAN HOLDEREIELD . .... Mattoon, CARL HOLLAND .... .... M urray, DONNIIC HOI,LAND ...,,.. Cadiz, LEE H0l.l,AND .... ..... L ouisville, Fifth Row: CAROL PIOLLINCSWORTH . . . . . . ANNA HOI.lN1FS ..,.... .... M Organfield, Ky JAMES HOI.NlES ...... Mayfield, Ky JO HOLMES ........ WII,I,lE HOLSAI'PLE .... ...... CRYSTAL HOLZSCHUH Sixth Row: DONNA HONCHUL . ALBERT HOOVER .. ELIZABETH HOPSON DOUGLAS HORN ,.... . . . CAROL HOUSLEY . EVELYN HOUSTON ...... Radcliife, ......P2Iducah, . . .....,.. Marion, .Elizabcthtown, . . . .Bayville, NJ . . . .Murray, Ky ........Kevil, .CzImden, Tenn. . . .DyerSburg, Tenn Kuttawa, Ky. 'ff' First Row: JOSEPH HOUSTON .. . ..... Paducah, BRENDA HOW'ARD . . . .... Owensboro, DAVID HOWARD .Morganfield, HOWARD HOWARD ..... Farmington, MARTHA HowARD ...... Mayfield, PRESTON HOWLE .... Wickliffe, Second Row: JANE HUBBARD ...... .... B icknell, RANDALL HUEEMAN DEBORAH HUCLHES . . . . ..... Plainfield, . . ...... Marion, MARGARET HUGHES .... Marion, ROBERT HUKE ..... ...... M urray, NANCY HULETT .... ..... P aducah, Third Row.' SUZANNE HULSE .... .... M arion, MICHELE HUMMA .. .... Murray, PATRICK HUMPHRESS ...Frankfort, MELINDA HURD . . . ....... Clinton, GLORIA IGLEHEART .... Evansville, ARTHUR INCRUM .... .... W ater Valley, Fourth Row: BONNIE INMAN . . . . . .Mulberry, RITA JACKSON .... . .Beechmont, JANIE JACOB .. ..... Princeton, DAVID JAYNES .... ..... M ayfield, STU JENKINS ...... .... B ardwell, GWEN JENNINCS .. ..... Louisville, Fifth Row: Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ind Ind KY KY KY KY Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ind. Ky. Ark Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. CONNIE JESOP ...... ..... E vansville, Ind. CHRISTINE JEWELL ..... Murray, Ky LINDA JOHNS ..,... ........ V ienna, Ill DIXIE JOHNSON ,. ,... Henderson, Ky GRANT JOHNSON .. .... Rockford, Ill. PAULA JOHNSTON . .... Benton, Ky. Sixth Row: CATHY JONES . . . .... Manasquan, N.-I DAv1D JONES .... .... G reenville, Ky JOE JONES ..... .... C linton, Ky JULIE JONES ....... Murray, Ky CRAIG JONES , , , . .LouiSville, Ky ROBERT JONES .... ....... W ingo, Ky SOPHO CRES First Row: RONELTA JONES .. BONITA JORDAN .... .... SHARON JUNK!-TR DEBBIE JUSTEN .. LUTHER KANIPE . DON KAVANAUCH . Second Row: BARBARA KEELINC JIM KELLEY ....... . LUNA KELso .... LYNDA KELSO .... ANDREA KEMPER DAVID KEMPER .... Third Row: ROY KEOWN ..... LEMMIE KILLOUGI-I STEPHAN KINNEY . BEVERLY KINSER . MICHAEL KIRK .. .,....Fulton, Ky. ......Hardin, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . .Glenview, Ill. .MOrganfield, Ky. . . . ...... Murray, Ky. . .Russellvil1e, Ky . . .Providence, Ky . . . . .Murray, Ky . .Lynn Grove, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .MayIield, Ky Madisonville, Ky. Madisonville, Ky, . . . . .Murray, Ky. GERALD KIMBRO .... ..... . . . . . .. ..... West Carrollton, Ohio . .......... Metropolis, Ill. . . .Louisville, Ky. First Row: STITPHEN KIRK DAVID KLANIFR .. EDIQAR KNUE ..... CINDY KOENEN . . . . . GREII LAIRD . . . . SUE LAUDIZRDALE .. Semnd Row: FAYIC LARUE .... DANNY LAWVSON . DEAN IIFDFORD .. ANIMIIC LEE ..... JOYCE LI-QE .,,..... FRANCES LENNON . Third Row: DARLICNE LEONARD MARLENE LEONARD NIIMI I.Iis'rER .... PIIILLII' IIIZVINE .. . HAROLD LEWIS .. PATRICIA LEWIS .. Fourth Row: 'TICRRY LICHTENBIZRG NIARK LILLY ....,. DONALIT LIs'rER .. jOsEI'II LOCKE .... SIIARON LOCKHART SHLRI LOCHRIDIIE . Fifth Row: AIIRFTTA LOESCII ......Marion, Ky. . . .Evansville, Ind. I,llWl'CI'lCCbl1I'g, Ind. ......Mllff21y, Ky. . . . .Chcneyvillc, Ill. . . .L0uisVillc, Ky, . ..,.. Marion, Ky. . . . .SymsOnia, Ky. .......Cadiz, Ky, . . Louisville, Ky. ,.....Fulton, Ky. . . .Russellvillc, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. . , ,Owensboro, Ky. ....Cadiz, Ky. . . . .ChicagO, Ill. ..,. .Murray, Ky. ..Slamf0rd, Conn. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Anchorage, Ky. . .... Effingham, Ill. . . . .Fent0n, Mich. ......Murray, Ky. .Madisonvillc, Ky. .... VVcst Carrollton, Ohio STEVEN LONG .,.... ..,....... P rovidence, Ky. CAMERON LOVE .. GARY LOVELL .,.. NIAUREFN LOVELLE MARY LOWIZRY Sixth Row: REBECCA LOWERY . XVILLIAM LOYD .. ANNIE LUDWIG . . . MARl'1 LUKER .. NIARTHA Lusk .. SUSAN LDTEN .. Seventh Row: THERESA MADDOX . .,,,,.... Marion, Ky. . ...,.. Morganfield, Ky. .. ...Deer Park, L.I., N.Y. . ............ Tolu, Ky. . . . .Mt, Vernon, Ill. ..,..MariOII, Ky. . . . .LOuisvillc, Ky. . . . .Louisvillc, Ky. .......Paris, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. . , . .... Hardinsburg, Ky. PAMI-'I.A MACGINE ...... Belleville, lll. JAM!-IS MAI.LORY . WII.I.IAxI BIANCINI SI:sAN NIANSFIELD .. . .,.... Fulton, N.Y. ROEIIIE MARINE . . . .Russellville, Ky. . . .... Eastchester, N.Y. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .5 Nw- -Q 1 ...I 5 .. x w-My , 'D . fi. , R f .,,-.,.. . S I v S- i U' If of 'Y f ---4? S' ' QSWQ. I in J-'C Y Q , , .. 71:55.35 ,- .An ' I lW .f'X,: K -if! ' A s . M-nr-.RA lb 'kiix ' l . .. ,K .J ms' 0 s 1: N ,Wx +-ai E If X ,. M I KY ' .L A.,.,. . ...,. Y . , l l l I Eur' L A.., ,, . ...M A . tt 1 0 "' in A X . Ry - 'tt . l S ,X . A J. . . 5 I- J. .N :Q Ke 5 VA -. RA- ii Tc? T . Is, 13 if Ek' ' . X - .mt I I lg J AXTZ5 2 'J +9- " 'Q AA N-Nw 1 A JJ? gs 1' ,QQI J X' sg. uf 1 ',::! J is .V k k k,,' JV kk xkxh N:- . 5 V N. ' 'C' NWN X I 'xii -X h . ywiqw . 1- idk. 378 First Row: ELIZABETH MARTIN .. LARRY lWAR'l'lN .. STEVEN iNlAR'I'lN RIJTH MASON APRIL NIASSFY .,... JAMES lNIA'I'ARAZZO . . . Serond Row: SAMMIE NIATIIIS . . . WVILLIAM MALICK . . . l,ANNY MAXIIERRY .. NIARILYN lWAXWELL . JI-:RRY MCA LIs'I'I-iR ...... NIITCHELI. NICCANDLESS Third Row: NIIKE NICCORKLE .. JERRY McCoy ..... MELISSA MCCUAN JERE MCCUISTON . . . LEE NICGINNIS ROGER MCCREW . . . Fourth Row: GERALD MCGUIRE .... EDWIN MCINTYRE YVILLIAM MCKENNA . ETHEL MCKINNEY JAMES MCKINNEY .. JAMES MCMANUS .. Fifth Row: HARRX' MCNABIARA .. . . . .0wcnsboro, Ky. . . . . . .Hcnders0n, Ky. Elizabethtown, Ky. ........Boaz, Ky. ......Benton, Ky. . , Sclxcncctady, N.Y. .. . .Lynnville, Ky. . . . .Owcnsville, IIILL . . . .LOI1isvillc, Ky. . .......... Utica, Ky. . .... Columbus, Ohio ... . . .Gilbcrtsville, Ky. . . . .H0pkinsville, Ky. ...,.Murray, Ky. . . .Farmington, Ky. . . . . . .Pembr0ke, Ky. . . . .Greenville, Miss. . . . .Smithland, Ky. ........Paris, Tenn. ...Calvert City, Ky. . .... Flora Park, N.Y. ......Kuttawa, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . .Symsonia, Ky. . ..... Fort Knox, Ky. JOEL MCPHERSON ..... ,..Hopkinsvillc, Ky. SHEILA NICREYNOLDS VICKI MFFKS ....... ROIIER MELTON SHERIDAN MELVIN .. Sixth Row: JEANA lNIERIWETHER . SHARON MERRELL . . . MERLE MERRITT .. BARBARA MIl,BURN ,. CAROLYN MILLER . . . JEDITH MII,LFR . . . Seventh Row: KEN MILLER .... SUSAN MILLER . . . MILDRED MILl.S VIVIAN MINKS .... SANDY MITCHELI, .. JANET MQCHEL . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . ........... Kevil, Ky. . . . . .Madisonville, Ky. ........Russell, Pa. . . . .Louisville-, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .Paducah, Ky . . . .Mayfield, Ky .........Elkt0n, Ky . . . . . . . .Frankfort, Ky Ill Downers Grove, First Row.' ANN MOODY .... GLENN MOORE .... MELANIE MOORE .... .. MELvIN MOORE . . PAULA MOORE . . . TERRY MOORE . . . Second Row: CATIIY MORGAN . . . . EDGAR MORIZAN .. DOUGLAS MORRIS .... . . . JOSEPH MORRIS . . . . . RUTH MORRIS SUSAN MoRRow .. Third Row: LINDA MORSE ..... . , JAMIA MORTENSEN JERRY MOSS .,.......... .... MAUREEN MOYNAHAN . . . . . . TIMOTHY MUELLER JOAN MLYIR ........ , . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . .BentOn, .......KevIl, . . .Louisville, . . .FrankfOrt, . . .C1ewistOn, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Fla. .....MattOon, Ill. . . .Louisville, Ky. .TOronto, Canada . . . .HickOry, .....C1inton, Louisville, .....Dalton, . .Henderson Cunningham, . , .LaCenter, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Evansville, Ind. . . . .Seaford, N.Y. .QS M if xg fe E RF Xeel fr' '52, m - S X mxxmu Q K SOPHO ORES First Row.' DENNIS MURRAY JUDITI-I MYATT . . . JOANNE MYHILL ..., DFNICA NANNEY .... GLENN NANNY PHYLLIS NANNY .. Second Row: THOMAS NANNEY BONNIE NELSON . JANEY NELSON . . . SHERRY NEWBERRY . . . . LARRY NICHOLS .... GENE Nlx .... Third Row: ANN NIKON ....... MARCIA NORTON JUDITH NOVAK .... JOHN OBOURN .. KAREN OEHLER PAULA OGLETREE Fourth Row: JAMES OLIVER . .. STANLEY OLIVER THOMAS OWENS LILA OWSLEY MARY PALMER .. ANNA PANZERA . Fifth Row: FREDERICK PARK .. PHYLLIS PARK CAROLYN PARKER PATRICIA PARKER JAMES PARRENT ROBERT PARRETT . . . Sixth Row: JACK PARSONS ...... LAJEANNE PASCHALL .. CAROL PATE ........ RENAE PATTERSON PAM PAULEY ...... SARAH PEEBLES Saratoga Springs, N Y ..........Hickory, Ky .....Fulton, N Y ....Benton, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky . . . .Fulton, Ky . . .Mattoon, Ill .......Dover, Tenn . . . .OwensbOro, . . . .Owensboro, . . . .POseyville, . . . .OwensborO, . . . . . .Garfield, . . . . .Orland Park, .... . .Vienna, . .Elgin, . . . .LaCenter, . , . .Louisville, . . . .PrincetOn, . . . .Fulton, ..................KevI1, . . ............. Mt. Vernon Sout h Charlestown, W. . . . .OwensbOro, .....Bent0n, . . . .OwensbOro, . . . . .Murray, . . . .Princeton, . . . .Dayton, Ohio . . . . .Louisville, .......Murray, . , . .OwensbOro, ........Cadiz, .....Benton, . . . .Murray s Fourth Row: l 'T CT C 'T' C .tx K' ' 53 C lar.. Q - my . 'Ape-" kia! ,,.,,,..:,.,,, R. f . I vm M ., Q-ff If L dj Q NJ? QI 've 'Xi KE 7 rm f-:sf A - x me . .9 5. is , . , -I: R o Q! gt I A ' Q C . -zzt , E - Sq 1 my , LAL.: . -...N A N N -...L 2? N. t ' S gs R ...M . xg. R-' Y? N A sg is. LA . A A , N I I X 4? L. H First Row: TIMOTHY PENCIL .. GARY PENDIQRILRAFF PHGILY PENDFRGRAFF CLAIJDIA PIZNNINCTON IKOILFR PERRY ...... TOMMY PERSALL .. Second Row: IDANNY PLwI'r'r KATHLEEN PIIAIR .. BARBARA PHIQLPS .. LARRY PIFRsoN KAY PINKLFY .,.. X7Al.lTR1E PIN'I'o .. Third Row: DANNY PITTMAN .. PATSY PITTMAN KAIZTIIE POIILE RONNIE PooI.I2 . . . RUTH PoTTs ..... CAROLYN PowIiLL .. MARIA POXVI-ILI. .. JILL PRATT . ,... . ALFRIQD PRoI-'I-'IQR .. XVILLIAM PRI:I'r'I' .. . LANA PYLE ...... jon QUALLS ... Ififlh Row: l'Iic:r:Y RAFI1'l'1R'FY .. BILL RAfLI.AND RICKY RAr.sDAI.Ii .. HFRM AN R.-kI.l'lI . .... . . , ,Stanford, Ky. Madisonville, Ky. . . .Greenville, Ky. Beaumont, Texas ......Benton, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. .....Fulton, Ky. . . .Arcade, N.Y. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Carmi, Ill. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .New Concord, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Chicago Ill. . . . Columbus, Ky. Farmington, Ky. . . . . .Louisville, Ky. .MrIdisonville, Ky. .Haines City, Fla. ....Sikeston, Mo. . . . .Hcnderson, Ky. . . . . .Clinto1I, Ky. . . . .Hans0n, Ky. . . . .Sikeston, Mo. . . . .Paducah, Ky. ........Almo, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. RACHANELPLN RAMYARUPA ...... Bangkok, Thailand IAYNL IKANDALI. .......... ..... I .ouisville, Ky. Sixth Row: CAROLE RAY ..... ...... C alvert City, Ky. LINDA REDRIOND Elizabethtown, Ky, ANDREA REED .... Hodgcnville, Ky. CARLA RLIQD ...... Nashville, Ill. WILLIAM Rl'l"l'l .. .... Clay City. Ul- JOHN REEVES .... Philpot, Ky. Seventh Row: CAROL REHNI .... Mayfield, Ky. SHARON REID ..... ...Princeton, .KY- DARRELL REMOLE .. .... Owensboro, Ky. GARY REVLE1'T . . . . . .Sacramento, Ky. MICHAEL RHoDI:s .. ..... Kenner, rLa. LI-3I: .RIALS ...... .... B ardwell, Ky. Eighth Row: IRWIN RICE ....... ...Murray, Ky. PAMELA RICE ...... ..... M urray, Ky. XVILLIAM RICHARDSON .... Paducah, Ky. BARBARA RlDEOU'f ..... .... H enderson, Ky. THOMAS RIDINc:s . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. JERRY RILEY ..... .... M urray, Ky. First Row: LEE RILEY .......,. DONALD ROBERSON . RODNEY ROBERSON . MICHAEL ROBERTS .. MELBA RODCERS JANE ROGERS .,... Second Row: LOWELL ROGERS .... TERFSA ROMAINE .. . . . .Louisville, Ky .. ..... Murray, Ky . . . . .Waltonville, Ill . . .... Glenmont, N.Y . . . . .UniontOwn, Ky .....Murray, Ky . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . . . .LaCenter, Ky REBECCA ROMER ..... Louisville, Ky KATHERINE RONNA ..... Murray, Ky RANDAI,L ROPER ......,. Fulton, Ky MARY Ross ,..,. ., .... Owensboro, Ky Third Roux' PATRICIA Ross ..... ,BentOn, Ky. PAUL Ross .......... ..... P aducah, Ky SANDRA RUTH .....,... . . .. Wvashington, Ill. DOROTHY ROTTc:ERINI: .. . .... Mayfield, Ky JOHN ROwI.A,ND ....... ...... M ayiield, Ky DONNA ROWLEY ..... . . . . Fourth Row: VICKI RussEI,I, ., LINDA RYAN ...... RITA SALANIK ...... SANDRA SALTZGIVER .. Morganfield, Ky . , . .Maytield, . . . . .Murray, Ky. . , ..... Rockledge, Pa Hopkinsville, Ky. Ky. ELIZABETH SANDERS ..... Louisville, Ky. JANICF SANDERS .,. .,....Cobb, Ky A 'Q Niigvjik SOPHGMORES . . . First Row: SUZANNE SAvICKAs . CINDY SAVVYER ...... RONNIE SCHAFFLEIN CAROLYN SCHLITT ., CAROL SCHMIDT GAYLE SCHMIDT Second Row: MARY Jo SCHNEIDER MAURICE SCHULTZ ...... CAROLYN SCHUMAKFR BARBARA SCI-IWABE .... . DARRELL SCHWEIZER CHERI SCOTT ...... . Third Row: GEORGE SCOTT III .. KATHY SCOTT .... LINDA SCOTT THOMAS SCOTT YVONNE SCOTT VICTOR SEAEORD .. Fourth Row: JEANIE SEAL ...... DENNIS SELTSAM STEVE SELWITZ .. JIM SENIOR ...... JOHN SHAREER .... GREGORY SHEELEY .. Fifth Row: SANDRA SHEETS .. JANIE SHELTON JERRY SHELTON .... RONALD SHELTON ,. SHERRY SHELTON ,. STEVE SHELTON .... . .... Stamford, Conn. . . . .MetrOpolis, Ill. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .HiCkory, Ky. . . . .Greenville, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . ...... Pinckneyville, Ill. Bowling Green, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky, ......Murray, . . .C0llinsville, .......Mayfield, Ky . . .Gilbertsville, Ky. ........BentOn, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Perryville, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . .EHinghan1, Ill, ....Mayfie1d, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. .........FultOn, . . . . .MayfIeld, Ky. . . . .Grayville, Ill. . . . . . .Melber, Ky. . . . Crutchfield, Ky. Ky. Ill ..Valley Station, Ky. Ky. Y , First Row: MICHAEL GENE SMITH RICHARD SMITH ..... ROCKY SMITH ....... SHARON SMITH ...... ROSEMARY SNOW MICHEI. SNYDER .. Second Row: WANDA SOUTHARD . . . . MARC SPANN DAvID SPENCER ....... JOHN SPIECELHALTER . FRED P. STALLS ..,.. KEITH STARR ..., Third Row: DARRELL STARRS .... TOMMY STEELE . . . GARY STEPHENS .. CHARLES STEVENS .,., OTIS STEWART ..... PATRICIA STEWART Fourth Row: WILLIAM STEWART .. BEVERLY STIRSMAN .... BRENDA STOCIIDALE .. JOHN STOKES ....... KATHLEEN STONE WILLIS STOUT .... Fifth Row: CHARLES STUBBLEFIELD . . ..... Providence, Ky. . . . .Frankfort, Ky. . . . . .Kirksey, Ky. ..,,Paducah, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Eureka, Ill. . . . .Beaver Dam, Ky. ......Paducah, Ky. . . . . .ML Carmel, Ill. . . . .Louisville, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . .Murray, Ky. . . .Benton, Ky. . . . . . .SturgiS, Ky. ....Panama, Ill. . . . .Metropolis, Ill. . . . . .FairfIeld, Ala. . . . . .I,aCenter, Ky. .......Mattoon, Ill. . . . .Central City, Ky. . . . . . .Cahokia, Ill. . . . .MayfIeld, Ky. . . .TrentOn, N.J. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . ..... ....... M urray, Ky. JULIE STUDER .......... HAROLD Succs ...... WANDA SUMNER .... DORIS SWANER ...... MARTHA SWATZELL .. Sixth Row: DOUGLAS SWINDLER .. NANCY SWOBODA RALEY SYIIES .... REBECCA TARRY .... MICHAEL TAYI.OR RAY TAYLOR ..... Worthington, Ohio . . . . .Asbury Park, NJ. ..........Cadiz, Ky. . . . .Fancy Farm, Ky. ......Wingo, Ky. . . .Shelbyville, Ky. .......Cairo, Ill. ... . .Murray, Ky. .....Murray, Ky. . . .OwenSboro, Ky. . . . .HenderSon, Ky. First Row: RONALD SHEIIPARD .... . . BONNIE. SHERMAN . . . SUZANN SHIELD STANLEY SHOUSE .. RICHARD SIEVEKINC WILLIE SIc:I.ER ...... . . Sefond Row: ALLEN SIMMONS . . . KATHY SIMMONS .... . . EUGENIA SIMPKINS .... .. SANDRA SIRLS . . . . BARBARA SLAUGHTER MARK SLADCHTER .... . . Third Row: BARBARA SMITH .. CONNIE SMITH DEBBIE SMITH .... JAMES SMITH MARSHA SMITH MARY SMITH .... SOPHOMORES ..Hopkinsville, Ky . . . . .Stamford, N.Y ......,..RusSell, Pa . . .Morganfield, Ky ,ThOmpSonville, Ill. ......Paducah, Ky. . . .Tunnell Hill, Ill .......Murray, Ky ..EaSt Prairie, Mo ,....Hardin, Ky ,.....Detroit, Mich . . Hopkinsville, Ky . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .SymSonia, Ky. .........Anna, Ill. New Haven, Conn. . . . .OwenSboro, Ky. .......CadIz, Ky. qi N 7. First Row: ROBERTA TAYLOR . . . STANLEY TAYLOR VICKIE TAYLOR ...... RONALD TERRANOVA SUSAN TESSENEER PATSY THARP .. Second Row: GARY THOMAS .. GEORGE THOMAS .. GUNDI THOMAS . . . MARYAN THOMAS .. SUZANNE THOMAS .. WILLIAM THOMAS .. Third Row: WILLIAM A. THOMAS BRENDA THOMASSON DAVID THOMPSON .... DONNA THOMPSON . LARRY THOMPSON . . . . STEPHEN THOMPSON Fourth Row: VICKI THOMPSON .. DAVID THORN ..... GARY' THORNSBERRY JOHN TODD ......... . . . LEON TODD .. JANICF TOMS ,. Fifth Row: LINDA TOON . ,,,. KATHY TOwNzEN A s Q E . . . . .BrOckton, Mass. .. . . . .Hardin, Ky. . . . .RusSellville, Ky. Canajuharie, N.Y. ........Murray, . . . .Louisville, . . . . .LOuisville, .......Cadiz, . . . .Greenville, .....ClintOn, . ....... Benton, Calvert City, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. . . . .Kennett, Mo. . . .Symsonia, Ky, . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Ripley, Tenn. . . . ,Shelbyville, Ky. . . .MllYT3y, Ky. . . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. . . . .CanneltOn, Ind. ......Sturgis, Ky .Lawrenceburg, Ind ........Bardwell, Ky . . . . .Hopkinsville Ky ..........Mayfield, Dawson Springs, DIANN TRICE ........... ,..... H Opkinsville, MARY ANN TROMPETER .... .... L Ouisville, YOSHIO 'TSUTSLZMI , . , ...., Murray STAN TLICKFR ..,,.,.,. ,.... M ayfield, Sixth Row: WINIERED TUCKFR .. .,,. Metropolis, TERRY TUl.LY . . . . .Louisville, JERRY TURNER .... Murray, TOMMIE TURNER .. . ..., St. Louis, GLINDA TUTT .... .... M urray, BFTTIF llSRFY .. .... Murray, Seventh Row: ESTER USREY ...... .... B enton, VIRGINIA VAIL ...,.. . . .Metropolis, ERNEST VANDEZANDIT .... Alexandria, STEVE VAUGHN ..... .... M urray, BARBARA VEACH . . . .... Vienna, . . . .Fredonia, JACKIE VII-ID .... Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. Ky. Ky. Mo. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. Va. Ky. Ill. Ky. ...N ui my .BA 383 I. 'EI' X . 1' I gl' u-.9 . Y' gg . , 'Y' First Row: ROBERT VOEGELL .. JERRY VVAHL .... DULCIE YVALDROP .. JAMES XNALKER LUCYLYNN WAI.l.ACE .IOYLYN WAI.LS .... Second Row: PATRICIA WARD . . . RONALD WARD . . STEVEN WARE .. SUSAN WARREN . . . MARY VVATKINS .. CONNIE WATSON . . . Third Row: DIANNE YVATSON .. . DIANNA YVEATHFRBY CLARENCE WVEATHERS CHERYL VVEBB .... NICK WEBER ...... SHARON XVFBSTFR .. . Fourth Row: BONNIE XVEINBERGICR KATHRYN WELLS .. KATHY YVELLS SUZANNE WELLS .... ...Fu1ton, Ky . . . .Paris, Tenn .....Paducah, Ky . . . .Frankfort, Ky Valley Station, KY KY ......Murray, . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . . .Hickory, Ky. . .Henderson, Ky. . . . .Sikeston, Mo. 1 . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Pad1Icah, Ky. ......MariOn, Ky. . . .Fern Creek, Ky. . . . .Louisvillc, Ky. . .BrOwnsville, Ky. .Cincinnati, Ohio . . . .Frankfort, Ky. ...Fair Lawn, N.J. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . ....Benton, Ill. .Central City, Ky. NANCY WVENDLAND .. ...Pleasantville, N.J. ROBERT WERMIITH Fifth Row: ROBERT XNESTERFIELD JULIA WETZEI. . . . . . . . JOE WHIPPI.E .. DOUGLAS VVHITF .. QIAMIS WHITE .... JONATHAN YVHITF .. Sixth Row: TERRI WI-IITTARER . . . , . NIICHAI-fl. WVHITTY .. DEBBIE YVIELT .... KAY WICCINTON . . . TIMOTHY VVILCOX . DOROTHF XVILKFRSON .Madisonville KV. . . .... Owensboro, Ky. . . .OwensborO, Ky. . . . .LaCenter, Ky. . . .I.ouisville, Ky. . . . . .Hickory, Ky. ....CraftOn, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Hamtramck, Mich. .....Mt, Vernon, Ill. .......Philpot, Ky. . . . .FalcOner, N.Y. ... .CI'acey. Ky. SOPHOMORES . ' ii I 1 fi.: . " :. .. .s,.1e1gsszaf'EE ' . .. ' RWE 'ir . J gg.-gi Q , ,. ' . . -I - '51 ttf 5 -' .. A X I 2:-. . -' .-.-. -- ...k. . I 1 J. . . ., 384 First Row: DANIEL WILLETT . - JOHN VVILLETT .... DENNIS YVILLIAMS . JAMES WILLIAMS . . . PATRICK WILI.IAMS .. .. DENNIS WILLIAMSON Serond Row: . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Danville, Ill. . . .LOuisville, Ky. .....Paducah, Ky. .Cincinnati, Ohio . . . . .Mayheld, Ky. DENNIS VVILLIAMSON . . . ...... Bloomfield, Mo. MARCLARET VVILLSON , . . . . . . . BILLY WILSON ....... . . LARRY WILSON . . . I.INDA YVILSON ..., MARY .IO XVILSON Third Row: SHARON WILSON Elizabethtown, Ky. ... . . .Murray, Ky. ........Hazel, Ky. . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . .Hickory, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. LANNY WIMAN ....... ....... M ayiield, Ky. JACQUELINE WINBORN MARY VVINDERS . ........ . ALEXANDER YVINSTEAD CARL YVINSTEAD . ...... .... . .Clarksdale, Miss, . . . . .Hickory, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. .Madisonville, Ky. First Row: CONNIE WISEIIIAN ..... BETTY JANE YVOI-'FORD PAMELA JEAN YVOOD . PAULA JOAN WOO0 ., SARA Jo WVOOD WVIIILIAM WVOOD .. Second Row: WAYNE WOODS .. ROGER YVORTH JOSEPH WRIGHT .. MARY XVRIGHT .... NIICHAI-IL YVRIGHT .. RALPH WVRHLHT .. Third Row: DANNIE WYATT ., VALERA WYATT . . . LARRY YONTS .. JEFFREY YOUNG . . . ROI,I.AND YOUNG .. SALLY YOUNG . , . . Fourth Row.- SARA YOUNG SHARON YOUNG . RONNA ZINN . , .St. Louis, MO. . . . .Dover, Tenn. Farmington, Farmington, . . .Greenville, . . . Paducah, .....BentOn, . .Owensboro, . . Henderson, . . . Paducah, .......Clay, ....Gary, ......Almo ......BentOn, . .Grcenville, Silver Spring, . . .FrankfOrt, . . . .Murray, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ind. KY Ry. KY MO. Ky. KY . . . . , .Sturgis, Ky Hopkinsville, KY . .Mcmphis, Tenn 4 X QM-:Q ! ,A - was 5 QW-w ,- 'V ,K , I ' .f -. 'Z fisvis-fs'i'.f. ,wv11.wf 1.11 .'a-afzw'-,wer-.wsu M vw: ff :ff-ff','f'.', .',-'i...uf.f,f w 11. - , nl! ..,-.,..,..u.....,.,.., w..p..f.....m-v. . ig - ,,.,.,m.... fr'-...awww ' I .. . 3 ff., We ...Q , W iff", ,, .. ,.f ' Q g., , .-5,3.f,57g5gfg, ,ffgfwn gwf ' --f1'wff,gQ,x3,f as ' JJ,-1. -wg ffigif f,'1ff,3f,'ew2wffj,wr? -'f' '7 V A Q, , , , I 2 ar 'Q' ' El S5355 Q 5 Ash' fri 'sh uii'i'x1l'I'rflf:?cYixi,hiv' Elixfl Diff! ' 3 v?i!4'g,5ifx!i943l555llr 481321 QW' J'9'1?j,f' ,, - .. l, X. . U... , .4 ,. . .,.,, ,.m,,.1. .. . 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Oh, isn't Charley Brown from there. . . ...SOUTH?!...54l?...Oh,Isee... . '14 uf 4, -,.,. X f A, ,. , .. K A 'M vw 'ft if .. . ' - 'Wy fff L Q.. Q. is I I rf... I V W ., 7 ,,,. V,-,W , Li 0 gm Y A gg. ,S 0 M: 'NE .iv if ' . , 1, 3 . A :milf A 1' iffy? W lv 'V Am g A - if ,rl f,'3-w " ' 5' 0' ' 161' " ' 3. - . 21' 4 1-,.,, .1 Tw IH fy 01 ff ! ' 4 I 'Km .ffff A 6- fi MET' 1 E Gt 1 tv, .MN ff4?'s'r.i, 7 if ,f 45' gf. y I Eff ve? A It ,, Fife - -f "" 2 'ei , l 2'-su. A I f First Row: MERRILL ABEL1. . . . DAVID ADAMS FONDA ADAMS ..,. SHELBY ADAMS ...., REBECCA ADKINS ..... LAWRENCF ALDFRSON . Sammi Row: BURTON ALDRIDGE ,... KATHY ALLBRITTON .. RUBY ALLEN ...,... JUDITH ALMES DAN ANDERSON DAVID .-XNDFRSON ., Third Row: SUSIE ANDERSON ,. RosIE ANDERSON JOHN ANDRE ....,. . . . .Bandana, . . . Louisville, . . . .Hickman, . .,.. Premium, Henderson, KY Ky KY KY Ky . . Waterford, Conn ,......Cadiz, . . . .MayFIeld, ......Fulton, . . . . . .PrinceIon, . . .Madisonville, .Pinckneyville, . . . .Mayfield, . . . .Cerulean, . . . . , .Sturgis, ROBERT ANDZE1. ...... . . .lvest Seneca, JANE ANNEKEN . ,..,. .. ...... Paducah, FRFDFRICK APPLFXVHITF ,... Fort Knox Fourth Row: JONNA ARANT .... Benton, CARL ARFLACK . . . ..... Tolu, DANIEL ARMFS ,... . . ,Harned, LYNN ARMSTRONG .... WVILLIAM ARMSTRONG . DENNIS ARNDT ..,... Fifth Row: EDDIE ARNETI' LARRY ARNFTT YVILLIAM ASHBY . , . SAMMIE ATKINS JOHN BACON ...., ROSETTA BAcoN .. Sixth Row: DENNIS BAILEY ., . JODI BAILEY ,.., PHYLLIS BAKER ,. WILLIAM BAKER DAVID BALCH ..... CONNIE BALDREE . . . Seventh Row: ANNETTIA BALDWIN .. DELANE BALDWIN .. SHARON BALE ,... BELINDA BALL .,... TIMOTHY BALLAGE SANDRA BANEVICI-I .. Eighth Row: JANE BANNON LUCILLE BANNON LEONARD BAKE .... CARL BARKER ..... SUSAN BARR ........ ANCELYN BARRETT .. lN. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. Ky KY Ky ' Y Ky , Ky Ky. Ky. Ky. .. . .Milan, Tenn. .....Kuttawa, Ky. . . . Laporte, Incl. . . . .Mayfield, . . . .Owensboro, .......CadIz, . . . .Hardin, , , . .Hickman . . . .Gracey, ...,........,,.Frankfort, Lake Heights, ................Benton, . . .Hopkinsville, . . . . .Frankfort, . . . . .Paducah, . . . .Mayfield, . . . .Louisville, . . . . .Louisville, . . . .Henderson, . .... Clarksville, . . . . .Chicago, . . . . .Louisville, . . .Louisville, . . . .Deatsvi1le, . . . . .Molden, . . . Frankfort, . . . .Benton, 1 Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. NJ. Ky. Ky. Ry. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ind. Ill. KY KY KY Mo KY KY "DA-iisw.L.4 First Row: SHIRLEY BAZZELL .... . LOUISE BEADLES PAULA BEALE .... MARTHA BEAMS JUDY BEAN ...... MALINDA BEARD Second Row: JOHN BEAVERS .... MICHAEL BECK .. CHARLOTTE BELL .. DONNA BELL .... VIGKIE BELL . . . LETA BELT .. Third Row: . . .Farmington, Ill ..........Ca1ro, Ill .. ..Benton, Ky Valley Station, Ky ... . . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . . .Benton, Ky . . . .Providence, Ky. . . . . .C1inton, Ky. . . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Shelbyville, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. GAYLA BENINGEIELD ..... Owensboro, Ky. MARVINIA BENTON .. PAUL BERGEsoN .... FREIDA BERRY . . . JOHNNIE BERRY .. CONNIE BICKETT .... . . Fourth Row: RAYMOND BIDER ..... .. WANDA BILLINGTON . . . . . . . ULIE BINEORD LARRAYNE BIXBY .... . . CHARLES BLACKBURN STEVI BLACKHURST .. ..Russellville, Ky. .Waterford, Conn. ..Owensboro, Ky. . . . . Louisville, Ky. ..Morganfield, Ky. . .Runnemede, NJ ......Murray, Ky .Water Valley, Ky . . .Owensboro, Ky .........Clay, Ky. . . St. Charles, Mo ,al I First Row.' MAE BLAINE ..... KAREN BLANKENSHIP ROGER BLEISCH JANE BLYTHE .... PATRICIA BOARD JUDITH Bock Second Row: BARBARA BoGGEss .. RAY BOGLE ....... REGINA BOGLE .. ELAINE BoRIIvI . . . BRUCE BOWERS .... DONALD BOWLES .. Third Row.' TERRY BOWMAN .. GREGORY BOYD DAVID BRADFORD . . . JEN BRADY ......... . . . GIDEON BRANSFORD JOHN BRANSON .... Fourth Row: MICHAEL BRANSON JOHN BRAZZELL RACHEL BRENIER . PEGGY BREUER .... JERRY BREWER . . . ROY BRIEN Fifth Row.' LYNN BRIGGS ...... BEVERLY BRITTAIN . . . . . LINDA BROOKS .... MARSHA BROOKS . . . MARSHALL BROOKS . BOBBY BROWN .... . . . . Louisville, Ky . .Beaver Dam, Ky. ........Sparta, Ill. ....Vandalia, Ill. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky, . . ....... Mayfield, Ky. ....Arlington, Ky. . . . . .Bardwell, Ky. Kendall Park, NJ. . . . . .Aurora, Ohio Middletown, Ohio . . .Nortonville, Ky. ...........Sedalia, Ky. West Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. ....Hickman, Ky. . . . . .Robards, Ky. .....Dixon, Ky. . . . . . .Clinton, Ky. ...Metropolis, Ill. .......Lomax, Ill. ..Hopkinsville, Ky. ......Benton, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky ......Murray, Ky . .Mt. Sterling, Ky. . . . .EarIington, Ky. . . . .Earlington, Ky. ......Hardin, Ky ll. 4 lr s 'kixzsizx First Row: ROBERT BURTON . PATRICIA BYERS WILLIAM BYARS . CAROLE BYRD ..., SCOTT CACKLER . RICHARD CAGLE ,... Second Row: MARY CALBERT . . . RITA CAMPBELL . . . . . . . DEANA CANTER .. . SHERRY CANTER .. EDWARD CANTRELL JAMES CANUP .... Third Row: JANETrE CARLTON THOMAS CARMON ANTHONY CARNAL TANA CARNER ..... . . DAVID CARR .. ORBA CARR Fourth Row: JAMEs CARRICO .. BARBARA CARSON ...Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Madisonville, Ky. . . . .Crutchfield, Ky. . . . . .Ashley, Ohio . . . . .Hickman, Ky. ...........Clinton .........Lynnville . . . .Mayheld, . . . .Tift0n, . . . .MayHeld, . . . . .Nortonville, .....,..Paducah, ............POole, . .Dawson Springs, . . . . . . .Meadville, . . . . .Louisville, . . . . .Mayiield, . . . ,COlonia, Dawson Springs, FREDDIE CARTER .... ..... ayfield, JANIs CARTER ...... . . . .... Arlington, MARSHALI. CARTER ......... Wickliffe, PEGGY CARTER ..... ...Pleasure Ridge Park, Fifth Row: WVILLIAM CARTER . .. ,.... Frankfort, DARYL CARTWRIGHT . . . ...... Mayfield, JERRY CASHOP ......... Hickory, BARBARA CASSEL ..... Murphysboro, PHYLLIS CASTRO . . . ........ Paducah, GEORGE CATES .... ..... L ynnville, Sixth Row: ANN CI-IAMBERLAIN .. . ......-... Sebfee, CAROLYN CHAMBERS , . . .... Hopkinsville, CHERYL CHAMPION .. ...... Paducah, NANCY CHANDLER . . . ,,,.. Hampwn, EMILIA CHANEY .,.. .... H ardyville, EDDIE CHAPMAN .... . .... Hazel, First Row: JANET BROWN JAMES BROWN JAMEs BROWN JAMES BROWN .... LARRY BROWN .. . RICHARD BROWNING .... Second Row: GREGORY BRUCE . . . . , . l,YNNE BRUNA YVILLIAM BRYANT .... DOROTHY BUCY . . SHERRY BUFORD . BONNA BURGE Third Row: NEDRA BURGE .... PHYLLIS BURGER .. ROGER BURGIESS . . . MISSY BDRRHOLDER LACY BURNAM .. . JESSICA BDRNETTE . . . .MOrganfield, . . . . .LaGrange, . . . . .Louisville, Dawson Springs, . . .Calvert City, .......MayfIeld, .Mortons Gap, . .Elizabethtown, ........Murray . . . . .Murray . . .Paducah, . . . .Shively . . .Mayfield, . . .Louisville, .. . . .MayfIeld, . . . ...., Louisville, . . . . .Princeton, . . . . . . . .0wensboro, y I First Row: STEVE CHAPMAN .. SUSAN CHARLTON ,. KEVIN CHERRY .... BETTY CHRISMAN .. CHARLES CHRISTIAN JULIE CHUMIILER .. Second Row: DAN CLACETT , . TEDDY CLAPP .. BETTY CLARK . . . CHARLES CLARK .... DAVID CLARK , . . FONDA CLARK .. Third Row: MARTHA CLARK .. , SHARON CLAYTON .. JAMES CLEAVE .... DONALD CLEAVER . . . CHERIE CLEMONS ELLEN CLENNY Fourth R0w.' GLORIA CLINE ....... JAMES CLINKENBEARD JAMES CLORE . ..... . . . . SARAH COATES . . . LYNN COBB ....... GEORGE COEEEEN .. Fifth Row: FRANKIE COEEEI. , , . MARTHA COLLIE .. BRENDA COLLINS .. JAMES COLLINS .... THOMAS COLLINS . . . CATHY COLTHARI' .. Sixth Row: MIKE COLYOTT ,... JOHANNA COMISAK .. SUSAN CONNER ..... KATHERINE CONYERSE BARBARA CONWAY . CHARLES COOK ,. Seventh Row: KEITH COOK HOWARD COOK .. DEBBIE COOPER ,.., ELIZABETH COOPER .... JAN COOPER ..., PEGGY COOPER . . .Mayfie1d, Ky. .....BentOn, Ky . . . ,GenescO, Ill . . . .Paris, Tenn . . . .LOuiSvi1le, Ky ....BentOn, Ky Jilizabethtown, Ky. .......Mayfield, Ky. ...... .Mayfield, Ky. Hampden Hld's, Ma. ........Fu1ton, Ky. . indianapolis, Ind. ,..Central City, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Wheaton, Ill. ..AlmO, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky, . . . .LOuiSville, Ky. . . .Owensbor0, Ky. . . . .Ft. Thomas, Ky. . .Central City, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. . . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .Gilbertsville, Ky. , . . .GibSon, MO. . . . .BentOn, Ky. .......Clay, Ky. . . .Prince-Eton, Ky. . . . . . ,Albion Ill. . , . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Kennett, MO. . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Henderson, Ky. . . . .Murray,, Ky. . . .Marion, Ky. . . . .CairO, Ill. . . . . .LOuisville, Ky. .....Cadiz, Ky. . . . . . .Murray Ky. . . . .OwensbOro, Ky. . . .Murray, Ky. . . , .Barlow, Ky. I First Row: WILLIAM COOPER .. PATRICIA COPELAND JUNE COPPINGER . . . . . .LaCenter, Ky ......Benton, Ky . . . . .Paducah, Ky BARRY CORBIN ..... ...... G reenville, Ky PAMELA CORBIN ...Madisonville, Ky BEvERI.Y CORDER , . Second Row.' ELIZABETH CoRUM . . . . , . .Madisonvillc-:, BRENDA CossEv .... SAMUEL C0ssEY . . ROBERT COTHRAN .. JONNA COULTER .. . MICKIE COURSES' .. Third Row: BRENDA Cox .. RICHARD Cox ..... REBECCA CRAETON .. PAT CRANDALL .... LAURA CRAYNoN .. GINGER CRIDFR .. Fourth Row: SUSAN CRIDER ....... RONNIE CRoNcH BILL CROUCH ...... JANICE CRowDER .... MARY CROXVELL ,. . NELMA CRUTCHFR Fifth Row: .......Paducah, Ky KY ........Cadiz, Ky . . . .Cadiz, Ky ... .Benton, Ky ....Benton, Ky . . . .Benton, Ky . . .Owensboro, Ky. Brick Town, NJ. . . . .Henderson, Ky. . . .N0rwich, N.Y. . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Milburn, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky ..,. . .MayfIeld, Ky . . .Stamford, Conn . . .Princeton, Ky . . . .Murray, Ky. .. . ,Dover. Tenn RICHARD CULLER ......... Wheaton, Md. GEORGE CUMBEE ..,. ..... W est Paducah, Ky. MARSHA CUNNIFF ,.... ..... E arlington, Ky. STARLA CUNNINKLHAM DEBORAH DANIEL ..., . LINDA DARNELL .. . RAMA DARNELL . . . JAMES DAUCHERTY .. joI-IN DAVIS ..,... LINDA DAVIS RICKY DAVIS MARTHA DrEs . . . . . . .Symsonia, Ky. . . .Rockville, Md. . . . .Murray, Ky. .....,.Murray, Ky. . . . . . . .Earlington, Ky. . . . .Baton Rouge, La. ...........Boaz, Ky. .,......Clinton, Ky. . . . .Calvert City, Ky . g hhi ' 5 W My ll . 4 az., 3 fd f A N f f f ftfwfzgj ,f fi :LW '1 QW , . I , ,V Q-A v 'I W ff 'Q iii? fl V 'wwf- yik X w C CL Y if V ' 15" if A ' 3212? 'K f ff we V y. ,yy ,Z f- f AW , 39'- First Row: MARY DEES .,..,.. DARRELL IDEMARSH DENNIS DEMENT .. BETSY DENDAS .... CURTIS DENNIsoN . KAREN DFVOTO .. Serond Row: .. ,... Calvert City, Ky . . . ..... Louisville, Ky . .,.. Madisonville, Ky . . .Branford, Conn . .... Leitchfield, Ky . . . .Louisville, Ky NIARTHA DILLON .... ...... C entralia, lll STEPHEN DOMBRCSKI LARRY DONALD EDDIE Doss ....... KATHY Doss .... TERRY D0wNEY .. Third Row: CHARLES DOZIER ,. PAT DRERUP .... PECCY DRIVER .... DENNIS DUNCAN . MIKE DUNCAN VICKI DUNCAN . . . . . . ..... Manasquan, N.J . . . ..., Bardstown, KY . ..Cairo, Ill KY . . .Morganiield, , . .Greenville, Ky .... . . . .Midlothian, Ill. Union City, Tenn. . . . .Calvert City, Ky. . ........... Hanson, Ky. . . . . .Dawson Springs, Ky. ..........Paducah, Ky. First Row: PATRICK DUNN .. KERRY DUPAQUIER BRUCE DURBIN .... LEN'roN DUREN .. JERRY DUVALL . MAR'l'HA DYER .. Seroncl Row: MICKEY EAST SHEILA ECKSTEIN . MARX' EDDS ..,... VIRIQINIA EDMISTON RAMONA EDWARDS JOHN EIQAN ..... Third Row: PATRICIA ELIAS .. EI.IzABETH ELLIOTT JERRY ELLIS ..... SANDRA ELLISON . CAROL EIIIANS .... NIILDRFD ENNIS .. Fourth Row: JENNII-'ER ERWIN . MARY ANN ERWIN DENNIS ESTES CAROL ETHRIDGE . JOSEPH EVANKO .. JENNII-'FR EVANS .. Fifth Row: JOHN EwINf. .. TILI-'ORD EwINc. . VIRGINIA EWINI. .. DEBORAH FANT DOUGLAS FARMER LINDA FARRIS Sixth Row: TFDDI FERGUSON .. JOE FERRELL MICHAEL FIELD .. RICHARD FISH .. TERRY FLYNN .. HAROLD FORD .. Seventh Row: NANCY FORD ..... JOHN FORSEE .... SANDRA FORSYTHE LINDA FOSTER ROMA FOSTER BENIASIIN FOIILR . .......Belmar, N.J . . .Jeffersonvil1e, Ind ..........Cairo, Ill .......A1bany, Ga . . . .EarlingtOn, Ky . . . . . . .SturgiS, Ky .. . . . . ,Mayfield, Ky. . .Valley Station, Ky. ........Paducah, Ky. .Dawson Springs, Ky. ........Paducah, Ky. . . . .Leitchl'ield, Ky. .....Cairo, Ill. . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . . . .LOuisvi1le, Ky. . . ......... . .Mayfield, Ky, Bowling Green, Ohio .Bowling Green, Ky. .......Hazel, Ky. . . . . .MayFIeld, Ky. . . .OwcnSboro, Ky. . . . .Fredoniay Ky. ....CantOI1, Ohio . . .May6eld, Ky, . . .LOIIisville, Ky. . . . .L0uisville, Ky. . . .LouiSville, Ky. . . . .LouiSville, Ky. . . . .LouiSville, Ky. . . . Frankfort, Ky. E2- '... ...- I .,.: A ws K, nszn J J - Q EN ""' ' 19" , . . . .OwenSboro, Ky. Q.:- ....Hickman, Ky. ' ' -- .. ....HickviI1e, N.Y. J . . f . . . .Gilbertsvillc-3, Ky. --WCSI Paducah, KY- . .. . . . . . . .Milan, Tenn. k Q . . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. R M , qv U . . . . . . . . .Murray, Ky. I 5 'F . .Valley Station, Ky. Y. Q.. Q my "' ff A 1 .fs RQ3 .. . .GreenSburg, Ind. T f E' ,. . . .Water Valley, Ky. . . .I-Iackcttstown, N.J. in , il -T5 R IX 5 ' il A ' ..'. I v 4 . il . I 'U K Ni eii'i1 F .kkk . 7 'fl A 11 "EI A A "." 32" Q. -- - ti. 'QW . sv 'N X N Mx " RN X N. . 8 4 lfirxl Row: SANDY FoI's'r ...... TI1RIfsA FowI.I-in . . . . EIIIZABITFII FRANKI.IN LINDA l-'IIANIUIN juni FRENCH ..,. STI-'YI-' I-'RFNCH .. Slf!'0'Hll Row: JANI' FRITSCH .. BRI-'NDA FRISI1 K.-IRI-N I-'IzI:I3xI,xx ., l.IfwIs FRIZZEIII. . . . . CLRFM. FUI.LAR'I'0N . , . Il.xIuIxRA FL'I.'roN Third Row: RI-11.INA FuI.'I'oN ,. CINDY FUQIJA . . . , BYRON fi.-XLLINIORI' . . JAMES GAMBLF . . . NIACK fiARRlZTT .. RALPH GARRETI' .. Fourth Row: RICKIE GARRETT .. WVILLIAM GENTRY . JINIMIE Gzoman ... JANE C-ERING .... JOHN Cv!-TRMANN .... 'FOMIVIIE GIQYI-'DIQN . Fifth Row: DAVID GIBSON .... l.lNDA GIBSON -IANIZT fiILL ,,.., SIP GILLEY ,..... KERRY CII.I.IH.xN .. WlI.I,I.-nl Gll.IliNl .. Sixllz Row: BIZCIIY GILMGRI' .. XVFNDY CZILPIN . . . RoNAI.n GIRARII .. BICLINDA GLASS .. BARBARA Gomz . . . lhxru Gorr , ., Seflenlh Rout' SIII-1IuzoN GoIfI'INIiT . 'l'IfRIiNcF GOIIII RAYMOND GOODWIN GREGORY GIIRDFN .. PoI.LY Gown ,.., KEYIN GRADE' ,. . ........Benton, Ky . . . Madisonville, Ky . . . . .Princcton, Ky ..-Izimcstown, Tenn .......Barnhill, Ill . . . .Fulton, Ky ...Paris, Ky. . . .Bcnton, Ky. ......lVIayheld, Ky, .. , . .Arlington, Ky. Elliot Lake, Canada . , . . . .Paducah, Ky. ...Lynn Grove, Ky. . . .l-armington, Ky. ... . . . . .Murray, Ky. .......Murray, Ky. . . . .Valley Station, Ky. ............Kevil, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .LeilChfield, Ky. . . .Hickman, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Kv. .. . .WVoodlawn, Ill. . . . . .Barlow, Ky. .. . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . . .Louisville, Ky . . . .Bardwell, Ky . . . .Fairview, Ky . . ,Benton, Ky . . . ,G1lthrie, Ky . .Harrodsburg, Ky. . . . . . .l-Tankfort, Ky. .... .MayHeld, Ky. . . . Princeton, Ky. . . . .Owcnsboro, KY. ...Champaign lll. . . . .Tell City, Ind . . . Syracuse, N.Y .. . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Buncombe, Ill. . . . . . .Maytield, Ky. . . Middletown, N.Y. First Row: DAVID GRAY JOSEPH GRAY ROBICRT GRAY RIIIIEN GRAY .... SANDRA GRAYSON KATHY GREEN , .. Semnd Row: ERELENE GREGORY DARIA GRIIfIfIN .... JO ANN fiRlFI-'IN THELMA GRIFFIN KATHY GRICCS .. . . . .PrincetOn, Ky. . . .Bardwell, Ky ......Cadiz, Ky. . . . .Kuttawa, Ky, . . . .Grecnville, Ky. ......Hazel, Ky . . . .... Barbornville, KY .......WingO, Ky . , .Madisonville, Ky ... . . .Robards, Ky .........Lowes, Ky KY RAYMOND URIMM ...Madisonville-, Third Row: LARRY fiRUGIiTT . .......... Almo, Ky ROBLTR'l' GUESS ., ..... Madisonville, Ky GARY GUTHRIE .. ......... Sonora, Ky JANIE CUTHRIE .. ,,.., Owensboro, Ky IHAVID HAAS ,... KI-WIN HACKF17' .......MayfIeld, Ky Valley Stream, N.Y FRESHME 395 First Row: ROBERT HAILEY .. KENT HALE .... JANICE HALEY . . . DONNA HALL .,.. KENNETH HAl.I. ., CHARLES HAMBRICK Second Row: ELAINE HAINIBY REBECCA HAMILTON . . . .Hickory, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . .Owensboro, Ky. . ..... Murray, Ky. . . . . .Stamford, Conn. . . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . .Greenville, Ky. . .Owensboro, Ky. JOHNNY HAMM .... .... S ymsonia, Ky. SHARON HAMPTON WILLIAM HANDLEY KEITH HANFY' .... Third Row: SUSAN HARIIIN .. VICTOR HARDIN . . . DAVID HARDY ..... ROBERT HARIQROVE RONNIE HARCROVE ROBERT HARRIEORD Fourth Row: DAVID HARRINCZTON . . . .Dexter, Mo. .......Cadiz, Ky. ..Massillon, Ohio . . .Louisvi1le, Ky. ......Marion, Ky. . ........ Fulton, Ky. . Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . ....... Murray, Ky. . . . ..... Paducah, Ky. . . . ...... Mayfield, Ky. RICHARD HARRINCTON . . . ..... Calvert City. KY- CATHY HARRIS GARY HARRIS JUDY HARRIS .... STANFORD HARRIS . Fifth Row: PATRICIA l"lARRlSON FLORENCE HAR'l' .. CONNIE I'lASH .... JILL HASFNYAKLER KIM HASSEl.BRlNl. . KENNETH l'lAlVKlNS Sixth Row: Lynn Grove, Ky. . . . .Hickman, Ky. L . .LouiSville, Ky. . . , .Bardwell, Ky. . . . ..,. Farmington, Ky. .......C3dlZ, Ky. ...East View, Ky. . , .Plainlield, Ill. Calumet City, Ill. . . . ..... Calvert City, Ky. ANDREAS HAYDFN .. ..... Paducah, Ky. JANICE HAYIJEN NANCY HAYDEN .. ALICE HAY'ES .,... BENJAMIN HAYES DONNA HAYES . . .Calhoun, Ky, . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Golconda, Ill. 'lr I ,H l x Ji 4, .. '- ::' an S S' I 5' :Q If Q29 X .. ...ALS .. ..,. L . ...O . .. S A gs S I x ww Q5 ix Q '33 f Q' " L. XXI D Z II? 7 Aff if ' D if-.... my 'F' R . V 6 .5::,S First Row: MARKLARET HAYES .. DON HAYSE ........ DONALD HAZLEXVOOD ,... FRANRIE HEAD .... . HOWARD HEATER . . . DENNIS HE.ATH Serrmd Row: KAREN HENDERSHOT . . . . .Kultawa, Ky. . . .LOuisville, Ky. .......Fulton, Ky. . . . .PrOvidence, Ky. . . .Smithland, Ky. ....Benton, Ky. PEIQCY HEIZER . .,.,.. ,... . Elizabethtown, Ky . . . .... Madisonville, Ky ........MariOn, Ky JOY HENDRIX ...,,. KAREN IEIENNESSEY REBA SUE HENRY .. JAMES HENSHAWW' . .. Third Row: JUDITH HENSON ,... ROSEMARY HERNIANN BEVERLY HERNDON .. DAVID HERRINIQ .,,. PAUL HESS .,...... CIIARLES HESTER Fourth Row: KAREN HICKS .... LINDA HICKS SARAH HIISKLINS . . . . SYLYIA HICCINSON .. PATRICIA HICDHNIAN . JAlVllfS HODISS ..., . Fifth Row: PECCY HOBBS . . . . . PHILLIP HOCKINKL .. MARILARET HODCQES .. LINDA IEIOLDEN ...,... .... MELISSA HOLEMAN . . . . . . KJFFI-'RLY HOLLAND .. Sixth Row: NANCY HOLLAND VICKY HOLLIS ..... PATSY HOLMES .,.. RHONDA HOLMES ELIZABETH HOLOUBEK BARBRA HOLSAPPLE . . . . . Seventh Row: MARK HOLT ....... MICHELLE HOLT ..... JOSEPH HOODENPYLE MARX' HOPSON ...... PAULA HORN ...... AMY HOWVARD .... Eighth Row: BENJAMIN HOWARD NANCY HOWE ...... JIMMY HOWEl.L JOYCE HIJBBARD .... JEMMA HUEBSCHMAN MYRON HUEY ...... ..........Almo, Ky. .Dawson Springs, . . . . .LOuisville, Ky . . . .Clarksville, Tenn ........Sturgis, Ky . . . . .BentOn, Ky. . . . . .LOuisville, Ky, . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . . .Kuttawa, Ky. . . . .Tell City, Ind. . . . .Eddyville, Ky. . . . . .Mortons Gap, Ky. . . . . . .Yvater Valley, Ky. . ....Mt. Carmel, Ill. . . . . .Hamilton A,F.B., Calif. . .......,.. Evansville, Ind. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Hickman, Ky. .......Olney, Ill. . . . . . .Louisville, Ky. .........WVingO, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .FredOnis, Ky. . . . . .HickOry, Ky. . . . .Mayficld, Ky. . . . .Wheaton, Ill. . . .Lynn Grove, Ky. . . . . .Frankfort, Ky. . . .NortOnville, Ky. . . . . .Fulton, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . . .Greenville, Ky. . . Arlington, Tenn. ..........Par1s, Ky. . . .Ozone Park, N.Y. . . . . .Sc0ttsville, Ky, . . .Memphis, Tenn. . . . .Chrisney, Ind. ....Patoka, Ind. Ry. First Row: DEBRA HUEE ELORED HUEE BOBBIE HUEEINE . CHERYL HUGHES KATHY fl.-KLPERN . ROBERT HUMPHREYS Semnd Row: KENNETH HUMSTON HELEN HUNT BARBARA HUPPERT SCOTTIE HUTCHISON ADA SUE HUTSON . .IANICF IGLEHEART . Third Row: SYLVIA INORUM WILLIAM INGRUM ., KAREN ISBELL .... WANIJA JACKSON .. GLAIJYS JACO . . . ELDON JAMES Fourth Row: . . . ,OwenSboro, . . .0wenSboro, ......FultOn, ..,...Paducah, . . .Burlington, .. . .Mayfield, .......Borden, . . . .EarlingtOn, . . . . . . . .MurphysbOro, ......Paducah, ......Murray, . . . .EvanSville, .......ClintOn, .Water Valley, West Paducah, . . .DrakesbOro, .......Hardin, . . . .Lone Oak, ROBER JAMES ........ .... C entertown CHARLOTTE JEFFREY ...... Hardin, CHARLIESE JENKINS .... Louisville, ELIZABETH JEWELL ...... Clinton, ANNA JOHNSON . .. ..... Mayfield, CAROLYN JOHNSON . . . ..,Owensboro, KY Ky. Ky. Ind KY Ill KY KY Ind KY Ky Ky KY Ky KY 4' Q, Q uv, f NT' . t FRESH 397 wr -Y - 'vm 'f ' I Q L in "-x be-5 F irsl Row: DENNIS JOHNSON .. ...... Hickman, Ky. JAMES JOHNSON .... ...., M t, Vernon, Ind. JAMES JOHNSON ..... Owensboro, Ky. MICHELLE JOHNSON . , .... Lexington, Ky. PAULETTE JOHNSON .... ..... S ymSOnia, Ky. ROBERT JOHNSON .... ..... P aris, Tenn. Second Row: BARBARA JOHNSON . ........ Benton, Ky. BRENDA JOHNSTON ...Calvert City, Ky. RONNY JOHNSTON ....... Benton, Ky. KAREN JOLLY ...... . . .Owensboro, Ky. DONALD JONES .. .... Mayfield, Ky. JOE JONES ..... .... W ingo, Ky. Third Row: JOHN JONES .,,. .... V illa Grove, Ill. PAMELA JONES .. ..... Hanson, Ky. ROKLER JONES .. .... Earlington, Ky. TERESA JONES .. ..... Paducah, Ky. THOMAS JONES .. ..... Mayfield, Ky. TONY JONES ...Maytield, Ky. Fourth Row: MARK JUDAH ...... Louisville, Ky. OLLI KARVIALA .. .... Helsinki, Finland LAURA KASTER ...... ...... L ouisville, Ky. DEBORAH KAUFMAN .. .... Louisville, Ky. JULIE KAZMIERZAR ...... Paducah, Ky. SHEILA KEGLEY .... Morehead, Ky. Fifth Row: GAYLE KEITH .... Valley Station, Ky. JAMES KEITH ..., ...... L ebanon, Ky STEPHEN KELLFY .. .... Bardwell, Ky. NANCY KELLY ..., ..... L ouisville, Ky. JOHNNY KELSO . . . . . .Lynn Grove, Ky. Junv KEISO ..... .... L ynn Grove, Ky. ---- - A-N sp An, Gi ' f 1- - I my taimff mar ' ' 1321522225552 R: W if I ? N I K R NKW' . if .si . . if . in ff, ' . '1--' - -f?,1f ...ma ' . 155325533 . . ' ' .f if ...A .- -.sawggwgggsgsgtm 3 S ' LLIA. ., A V t F .J A ' fx 2' .3 ' . F-5 if First Row: JACQUELINE KNOTH MICHAEL KOCH .... LYNN KOERNER JOHNNY KOUGH . . . JAMES KRESE ...... MELFERD KRUEGER Second Row: CAROL KUNZE ...... V. T, KURIAN ....., PAMELIA LACEWELL VERONA LACY ..... MARSI-IA LAMB JAY LANDERS . . . Third Row: KAREN LANE ..... VICRIE LANESRY MARY LANGHAM .... GALEN LANGSTON ...... SHAWNEE LASHBROOK PAMELA LASSITER .. Fourth Row: MARCELLA LASTER . . . SANDRA LAW ..... SHARON LEDFORD HENRY LEE ...... PATRICIA LEGEAY . . . ELLEN LEIGH .... Fifth Row: MAUREEN LENZ .. JAMES LEVENSON .... DAVID LEWIS ..... JEANNE LEWIS RICHARD LEWIS . . . WALTON LINDSEY .. Sixth Row: MICHAEL LINEBAUGH DORIS LINK ..,.... GLORIA LITTELL .... SANDRA LITTLE-JOHN JEAN LOGSDON .... JANICE LONG .... ..........Melber, ... . .Kuttawa, Ky. . . . .Forest Park, Ill. . . . Effingham, Ill. . . . .Farmington, Ky. . . .M0rganfield, Ky. . . . .Metropolis, Ill. . . . .Belleville, Ill KY KY .......Mayfield, . . . . .Valley Station, Ky .......Mayfield, KY . . . .Louisville, Ky . . .Calvert City, Ky. . . . . .MayFIeld, Ky. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Bardwell, Ky. . . . .Owensboro, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . . . . .Hickman, Ky. Chattanooga, Tenn. .........Cadiz, Ky. . . . . Bridgeport, Conn. ........Paducah, Ky. . . .Memphis, Tenn. ....Jefferson, Wisc. . . .LexingtOn, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . .Leitchfield, Ky. . . . .PrincetOn, Ky. . . . . .Fairview, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . . .Slaughters, Ky. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Hardyville, Ky. . .ElizabethtOwn, Ky. FRESHME First Row: MARTHA KEMP .. ......Murray, DALE KEMPER ..... ....... E vansville, WILLIAM KERRICK JEANNINE KERWIN WILLIAM KILCOYNE ROBERT KIMIIRO .. Second Row: ALVEDA KING VICRI KINCINS ,... . REGENIA KINSEY .... BEVERLEY KINSLOW SONJA KIRBY .... DENNIS KIRK .. Third Row: SUE KIRKLAND .. DONALD KLOKE .. FRED KLUTTS .... JERRY KNIGHT ROGER KNIGHT .. . STEVE KNIGHT Elizabethtown, . . . . .Lockport, . , . .Mayfield, . . . Clinton. . . . . .Atlanta, . . .Murray, ......,Kevil, Louisville, ......Bremen, . . . .PrincetOn, . . . .Rumsey, . . . .Corydon . . .Hickman . . . . .Murray . . . .Paducahl . . . . .HickOry, I Ky. Ind. Ky. Ill. Ky. Ky. Ga KY KY KY Ky. Ky. KY KY KY KY KY KY 398 .E JOANN LONG .. CHERYL LONON .. KATHY LOVAN DARLA LOVELII .. JUDITH LowE ,... CHRISTY L0wERY . . . Seromi Row: THOMAS LUCK .. GREGORY LUEE LINDA LUTTRELL .. TIMOTHY LUTZ .... BRENDA MCBRIDE JAMES MCCALI. Third Row: MICHAEL NICCARDWELL KENT MCCLAIN ..... JENNIFER MCGLANAHAN JOHN MCCLARAN .... CARROI, MCCLELLAN .. RONDA MCCLENIION .. Fourth Row: LUCRETIA MCCLENNEY MIKE MCCLURE ..... WENDY MCCLURE DEBORAH McCoNNEI.L RUDOLPH MCCORMICK flFRAI.D MCCREE .... Fifth Row: JAMES MCCULLOCH ,. ROBERT MCCULLOIICH PAULA MCDANIEL ..... SUZANNF MCIDOUKLAL . NESTRA MCFARLAND . VICKI MCflARY .,., Sixth Row: COLLEEN MCGEE .. GAII. MCGEE ....... TERIZNCE MCGINNIS .... ...,... PAULA MCGREGOR ..,, SARAH MCGREIQOR KAREN MCKAY ., Seventh Row: PHILIP MCNIAHAN PENNY MCNEll.L .,.. VVILLIAM MCNEILL .. MICKEY McPHERs0N . HOWARD MADIJUX WANDA MAjoRs . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mortons Gap, Ky. . . .M0rganfield, Ky. . . .Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . .East Alton, Ill. .. ..Sebree, Ky . . . .Irancisc0, Ind . . . .Louisville, Ky . . .Henderson, Ky ......Fulton, Ky . . . .Shirley, Ind . . . .... Jeffersontown, Ky. . . . .....,..., Mayfield, Ky. . , . . ..... Caruthcrsville, Mo. . . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .MayHeld, Ky. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Princeton, Ky. . . .MayIield, Ky. . . . .Boonville, Ind. . . . .Louisville, Ky. ... .Marion, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky, .......Cretc, Ill. . . . . .Princeton, Ky. ......Murray, Ky. . . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Plymouth, Mich. . . . . .Paducah, Ky. .Louisville, Ky. . . .N0rtonville, Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. .....Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Tunnel Hill, Ill. . . . . .Hickman, Ky, . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Penr0d, Ky. ......Salem, Ky. . . .LeitchfIeld, KV ,. YYYYV YY First Row: SUSAN MALCHOW ,. . MARSHA MANLEY . . . MARCO MANTLE PAMELA MARKHAM RONNIE MARSHALL . BELINDA MARTIN .. Second Row: DIANNA MARTIN GLORIA MATTHEW'S .... . SHERRY MATTINGLY CHRISTINE MATZO .. JAMES MAYBFRRY' .. Third Row: JAMES MEADOWS DANNY MEDLAY KENNETH MEHRLICH MARY ANN MELUKQIN ROGER MEI.UlLIN .. REBECCA NIERRITT . Fourth Row: JENNIE MIKE ..... DENNIS MILAM GLENDA NIILLFR .. JUDY MILLER JANICE MINTER . . . CRYSTAL NIOBLFY .. Fifth Row: JACK MONROE JAMES MOORE .. MARTHA MOORE . . . RITA MOORE NORA MORIIAN .... ROGER NIORCAN . , . Sixth Row: JAMES MORRIS ..,.. KATHLEEN MORRIS . STEVE MORRISON .. JEwELL MORSE ROBERT MORSE CONNIE NIOSELEY .. . . .... Madisonville, . . . . .Franklin, . . . , .Fredonia, . . . . . .Bardwell, Ky KY .......Marion, . . . .Park City, CHARLES MARTIN .. . . ... . . .Browns Mills, N.J .Junction City, Ky Holly Springs, Miss Grand Rivers, Ky ........Dum0nt, N. J ......Hickman, Ky . . . .LOIIiSville, Ky . . . Arwensboro, . . . .OwenSbOro, Ky ......Murray, Ky . . . .Paducah, . . .Princeton, Ky . . . . .MayfIeld, Ky . ,... Louisville, A . . . . . .Mayfield, . Brownsville, Tenn. . . . . .Louisville, Ky . . .I.OIIisville, Ky . . . . .Smithland, . . .LOuiSville, Ky, ......CadIz, Ky. ....Paducah, Ky. ......Benton, Ky. . . . .Owensboro, Ky. . . . .ArlingtOn, Ky .. . . .LOuiSvillc. . . . . .CrestwOOcl, Ky ......Hickman, Ky Humboldt, Tenn. ..........Ulica, Ky First Row: JEI-'F MOSER JAMES MOSS ..... DINAH MUl.I.lNAX ... TIZRESA MULLINS Wll.l.lAM NIURDOCK . fiAYl.F MURPHEY .. Seforid Row: JUDY MURPklEY TIMOTHY MURPHY . SHARON MURRAY THOMAS MURRAY' . THOMAS MURRAY ... ERNESTINE NIURRFLI. Third Row: YVILLIAM MYERS .... MICHAEL NALL MILLY NALL RONALD NEAL .... . REBECCA NEATHAMER RICHARD NEATHAMER . .Massill0n, Ohio . . . .Ringgold, Ga . . , .Paducah, Ky ......Benton, Ky ..Lynn Grove, Ky . . Paducah, Ky . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . . Lafayette, Ky . . . .Wickliffe, Ky . . . .PhillipspOrt, N.Y. Valley Station, Ky. . . . .... Louisville, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .....Wingo, Ky. . . . . .Calhoun, Ky. . . .LOuisville, Ky, ..Drakesboro, Ky. . .Drakesboro, Ky. First Row: LAURA NEESE . . . ANN NELSON ..... BRENDA NELSON .. CYNTHIA NELSON .. JEFFREY NELSON .. CARLA NEWMAN . . . Second Row: JAMES NEWTON .. JOYCE NICHOLS .. . TERRY NICHOI.S .. PAUL NIKON MARX' NOBLES .... CHARLES NOLES ,. . Third Row: JEANETTE NOLES ELIZABETH NORDNIAN LOUIS NORTHINIZTON TERRY NOWLIN .... LINDA- OAKLEY ... ....PariS, Tenn. . . . . .Mattoon, Ill . . . .MayHeld, Ky . . . .Owensboro, Ky .....Bremen, Ky . . Clarksville, Ind ......Benton, Ky ....,.,.Benton, Ky , . . .MadiSonvillc, Ky , , . .0wensbOro, Ky . . . .Hendcrson, Ky ......F1Ilton, Ky . . . .BemOn, Ky. , ...... Cairo, Ill . . .Frankfort, Ky. . . . . .Madisonvillc, Ky: . . . . .Louisvillc, Ky DFLMFY OYBRYAN .. .... Grand Rivers, Ky. Fourth R ow: VICTORIA OCC ,.,., . DEBORAH O'I,.EARY SHERI. OLIVER ..... MAX OMAR .. JUDY 0,NEAl. . . . ROBERT ORR .. Fifth Row: JUDITH ORTEN .... ROSENIARY ORTEN ., BFLINDA ORTKIESE .. MARY OSBORN LARRY OWEN JIMMY OwENS Sixth Rozv: GLENDA PACE . . . RICKY PACE ..,, DAVID PADOETT .. MARGARET PACE .... VINCENT PAPPALARDO LEROY PARDUE, JR. Seventh Row: CHARLIE PARIS PAM PARIS ...,.. RUTH PARIS JAYNE PARKER . . . WILLIAM PARKS . .. NANCY PARNI . . . .MadiS0nville, Ky, . . . . .Louisville, Kv. . . . .Calvert City, Ky. .......Fulton, Kv. . . .Murray, Ky. . . ,Marion, Ky. .. .Mortons Gap, Ky . . . . . . .MIIrray, Ky . . . .Central City, Ky . . .McLeansboro, Ill .. , . Crofton, Ky . . . .Bardwell, -Ky ....Murray, Ky. Ky ..,...Bcnton, . .. . . . . . .FrankfOrt, Ky. .. ....,........ Mayfield, Ky. Rockaway Beach, N.Y. . . . ........ Louisville, Ky. . . . Sturgis, Ky. . . . . . .Sturgis, Ky. . . . .Smithland, Ky. . . . .Greenville, Ky. ... .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. I A-.3 ng . '-24455-'QR fi A3 E I I ,,, . .... ' 'f' MNSNQQ fv- 4 . Q 1 "s.. 3 "7"""r'-fp-,..., Oliv a V- fx-Q : I A K ,g I L. .... f wfw ' ' ffzf ' 7,.f.Q' LY.WC','. First Row: ALMA PARROTT . ..... KATHERINE PARSONS BEVERLY PASCHALL .. GEDIA PASCHALL .,.. SHARON PATTERSON CHARLOTTE PAYNE Second Row: JAMES PAYNE .... DAVID PEACE, JR, .. DONNA PEER ..... RICHARD PEER DONNA PEEPLES .. FRANCIS PENDEI, .. Third Row: KARIN PERKINS - . . . JAMES PERRY MARY PERRY MICHAEL PERRY .. JILL PERSALL ...... BARBARA PETERSON l"oIu'tII Row: KENNETH PETERWORTH MICHAEL PHEI.Ps .... JOHN PHILLIPS LINDA PHILLIPS .... BRENDA PICKERINC PETER PIFTRAS ...... Fifth Row: CHRIS PIUOTT .... GERMAINE PITTS .... MARK PLEASANTS .... NORMAN POPMARKOFF JEAN POTTS ......... BARBARA POwEI.L Sixth Row: JULIE POwELL .. PAUL POSVELL .... GEORGE PREWITT DAVID PRINCE ...... SI-IIRLEY PRITCHETT ., PAULETTE PRUITT Seventh Row: DANA PUCKETT KATHY PULLEY .. . SUSAN PUTNAM DEBORAH QUALLS JAMES RAEFERTY .. THOMAS RAINES .,. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . , .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . .Trenton, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .May6eld, Ky. .Hodgenville, Ky. ......Kuttawa, Ky. , . . .Smithland, Ky. ......Fulton, Ky. .Fancy Farm, Ky. . . .Weston, Conn. ...,.Mayf1eld, Ky. . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . . .Parish, N.Y. . . . .Murray, Ky. . , . .LOuisville, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. .......Benton, Ky. ..WinclIester, Ky. . . . . . .Eureka, Ill. ........Cobb, Ky. .....Trenton, N,J. . . , .Endicott City, Md. .Northfield, Ohio . . . .ClaytOn, N.C. .... Granite City, Ill. . . . . .Murray, Ky. .. , .Rohards, Ky. .......Fulton, Ky. , . Pembroke, Ky. . . . .Lexington, Ky, . . . .Fancy Farm, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. .....ClintOn, Ky. ....Fulton, Ky. . . . .ClintOn, Ky. . . .Russell, Penn. ......Sebree, Ky. . . .Elizabethtown, Ky. Humboldt, Tenn, First Row: DARRELL RAINIAGE CHARLES RAYBURN . . .,.. Manchester, KY RICHARD RAMEY .. .,..,. Eddyville, Ky KY BRENDA RIEDDICK VIRGINIA REDDICK STEVEN REDDINC . Second Row: CAROLYN REED . .. ......Salem, . . .Bardwell, Ky . . . .Bardwell, Ky .. ..., Louisville, Ky . . ..... Paducah, Ky. MARJORIE REESI-t , . . . . .Louisville, Ky. CHARLES REEW'FS . LINDA REHM NIFLINDA REIEEI. . PAM RENNER .. Third Row: LINDA REYNOLDS ROBERT REYNOLDS .. .... Bardwell, Ky, . . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . ...... Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio .. ...,, Owensboro, Ky. . . . . . . . .Brookport, Ill. MARY JANE RHOADES ..... Murray, Ky. BRENDA RICH ....... ..,...... C lay, Ky. SHIRLEY RICH ...... .... L ouisville, Ky. AUDREY RICHARDSON .. .... Murray, Ky. FRESHME 40 First Row: SUSAN RIDCWAY .. SHARON RIDINCS MIKE Rlczfas .,..... CLARENCE RILEY .,.. GERALD RISFN . .... l.lNDAY RITZ ,.,. Second Row: REBECC.A ROBERTSON .... DONNA RocERs ...,... FLOYD ROGERS ..... MICHAEI. ROSE ALAN ROSENBURI: .. JAMES Ross .,.. AIOHNNIF Ross .. Third Row: WANDA Ross . ..Owensboro, Ky, . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . , . ,Slaughters, Ky. ,.. .Murray, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. . . . .Gracey, Ky. . . . . .Kirksey, Ky. . . . .Albany, N.Y. . . . .Hardin, Ky. ....Benton, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. NEETIE ROWEN .............. .... E vansville, Ky. GALE ROYSTER .... . ............. . . Henderson, Ky. SOMBOON RUANCKANCHANASETR ...... ..Muncie, Ind. BRIDCET RULE ...... Fourth Row: KATHY RUSS ...... CHERYL SACKMAN . . . STEVE SAMMONS .. BRUCE SANDERS .... CAROLYN SANDERS .. BRENDA SANDERSON . Fifth Row: JERRY SANDFRSON , , . JERRY 0. SANDFRSON SUSAN SANDERSON . ,. HAROLD SANFORD .. LINDA SANTOS ,... PAUL SARCENT . . . Sixth Row: KAREN SARLES .... STEYE SCI-IAEER ..... NANCY SCHLATTER , FAUN SCHLEIEER AMYE SCHOLES .... PATRICIA SCHROADER . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . , . . .Bc-znton, Ark. . . . .Columbia, Ill. . . .Murray, Ky. .......Cobb, Ky. . . .Princeton, Ky. . . . .Sedalia, Ky. . . ..... Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Cerulean, Ky. .. ,..... Mayfield, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. . . , .Kendall Park, N.J. ........Gonzales, La. . . .Louisville, Ky, . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . .Frankfort, Ky. Schenectady, N.Y. . . . ....... Dexter, Ky. Q.. Qu. A as fy A U A' 1.21.6 X First Row: KENRICK SCHXVEIZER TERRI SCRIBNER .. DONNA SCRUGCS . .. RUBIZRT ScRUccs . NIARY SCIIDDFR Nl.-KRY SFATON .. Serond Row: CHARI.Iis SEAY .. l,lNDA SEIDEL PAMLIIA SELBY . . . S'I'I1vI-t SIiI.TzER . . . TRIJIIY SETTLIT .... YVILLIAM SIETTIIF . Third Row: -ILQDY SI-1wIiI.II .. BETTY SIIAw .... PATSY SHELTON .. DANNY SHIRLEY .. ROBERT SHOCK . . . l,INnA SHORT .. l"U1lI'l,I Roux' MARY SHOUSF JENNIFER SHUPE .. SUSAN SII.Ls .,,.. CONNIIZ SIMPSON .. S'I'IiPHEN SIMPSON .. NANCY SIMS .... Fifth Rozy: PATSY SINr.LLToN . NIARY SI'rr:RAvEs .. C.-XRLA SKIELTON .. fil-1Nl-1 SKILES .... JAMES sl..-XCK . . . ALITSIA SMITH Sixilz Row: BIQVI-:RI.Y SMITH . . . CHERYL SMITH DIiNNI1i SMITH .. .IOAN SMITH . . . JOHN SMITH KARIQN SMITH Seventh Row: NANCY SMITH . . . PHILIP SMITH ... RICHARD SMITH .. 'FERFSA SMITH .. TOMMY SMITH .. . WALLY SMITH .. Eighth Row: VVILLIAM SMITH .. . . . . PAMELA SMOTHERMAN . . .IAN SOLOMON ......... MYRA SONDERIQARD DEBORAH SPAI.nINc I.INnA SPEER ,,,.,. . . . . Knightstown, Ind. . . . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Clifton Forge, Va. . . . .Humboldt, Tenn. ... . .Paducah, Ky. . . . . .Kevil, Ky. ..... .May6eld, Ky. . . . . .Hcnderson, Ky. .. . .Malden, MO. . . . .Paducah, Ky. .. . .CallIoun, Ky. . . . .Dover, Ky. . . . .Calvert City, Ky. ... .Hickman, Ky. .. . . .Sebree, Ky. Ky ..Etoile, . . . .LOuisville, Ky. . . .Elkton, Ky. . . . .Elizabetht0wn, Ky. . . . Farmington, Ky. ... . .DOver, Tenn. ..........Utica, Ky. . . . . .Lcitchfield, Ky. . . . .Athens, Ala. Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. . . . . . . . . . . .I.Ouisville, Ky. ............MariOn, Ill. . . .Valley Station, Ky. ...... . .Guthrie, Ky. . . . .Murray, Ky. ... .Falmouth, Ky. . . . .Owensb0ro, Ky. .......Louisville, Ky. Silver Springs, Md. .........Benton, Ky. . . . . .Leitchfield, Ky. . . , .Calvert City, Ky. . . . . . . Murray, Ky. . . . .Owensville, Ind, . . . . . . .LOuisville, Ky. . . . .Madisonville, Ky. ... . . .Aurora, Ill. . . .GlasgOw, Ky. . . . .Frankfort, Ky. . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .LOuisvi1le, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. ....,Kevil, Ry. First Row: JERRY STARK ., PEGGY STARR ,. TIM STARK .... DALE STECNER YVILLIAM STEPHENS KAREN STEVENS . . , Scmnd Row: REBECCA STEVENS . TERRY' STEVENS ..... . . . ROBERT STEVIENSON HANNAH STEWART .. . . . JUDY STICE ...,.. BENJAMIN STIGALI. Third Row: PATRICIA STINSON JAMES STOKES ,.,. KAREN STONE ..... JOE STONECIPI-IER STEPHEN STOVALL . SHEILA STRANFY .. Fourth Row: YVILLIAM STRODE . DIANNA STUART .... .... KWAN SUM ...... FLOYD SUTHERLAND FRANCES SUTTON .. ' 3 'Y A ,E 2 . . . . . .Murray, Ky. ..WestOn, Canada .......WingO, Ky. ..Stratford, Conn. . . .OwensbOrO, Ky. ,...Princeton, Ky. . . . .Castown, Ohio .,,..Bandana, Ky. Valley Station, Ky. .....RockpOrt, Ky. . . . . . Kuttawa, Ky, .Cunningham, Ky. . , . .Maylield, Ky. . . . .Mayfield, Ky. .... . .KevIl, Ky. . . . . .Centralia, Ill. . . .0wensborO, Ky. .,..CalhoI1n, Ky. . . . . .Stanley, Ky. . . . .Greenville, Ky. .......FultOn, Ky. JANE SUBLETTE .... ..,.... .. . .... Konloon, Hong Kong . ..BentOn, Ky. . . . .... Owensboro. Ky. "' J, , , L 4 B tr ' T ? I J eg, l' ii ,I 5v..,, ? gfzi M 4' 1 vs P 9 f ..,,. . T' I -,IJ FRESHME 4 ft 405 ,E I. I Firxt Rona' , 'z A K, REX SUTTON ...,.. .... K uttawa, Ky. DAVID SWE.-KNY .... ..,.. C alvert City, Ky, HARRY SWEAZT .. Winchester, Ky. DANNY SWVIFT .. .... Benton, Ky. MARY SWIFT Champaign, Ill. MARY TALLEY , . . . . .Paducah, Ky, Second Row: CATHY TANDY ..Princeton, Ky FREDA TANNER .... Philpot, Ky CELIA TAYLOR .... ........ A lmo, Ky DEBBIE TAYLOR .. .. .Hickman, Ky MARR TAYLOR .... .... G rayville, Ill RHONDA TAYLOR .. , ,,,. Hobart, Ind Third Row: ISHMEEL TEITLOEE . .Hampton, Ky. ELIZABETH TEMs .... ..... L Ouisville, Ky. JOHN TENBARCE .. ..... Wadisville, Ind. ARMA TERRY . . . . . .Elmrock, Ky. JOE TERRY ......... ...... B ardwell, Ky. GREGORY THOMAS .... Oceanport, N.J. Fourllt Row: MARY THOMAS .,,, Mayfield, Ky, JOHN THOMASSON . . . ..., Paducah, Ky. AILEEN THOMPSON ..... Louisville, Ky. BARRY THOMPSON .. .... Paducah, Ky. GARY THOMPSON ..... . . .Eddyville, Ky, TOMMY THOMPSON .... Fulton, Ky. Fifth Row: TONI THOMPSON . . . . , , .BentOn, Ky ROBERT THOMPSON .... ........ K evil, Ky CHARLOTTE TICHENOR .... .... L Ouisville, Ky MARILYN TIPTON ..... ..... L exington, Ky CAROLYN TOON ..... Mayfield, Ky GLENNA TOsH .... Sturgis, Ky. First Row: HARRY YVADLINGTON HENRY XVAGGONER . LINDA WALLACE .... BRENDA YVALKFR .. . JAMES WAl.KER PATRICIA WALKER .. Sefond Row: SHARON WAl.KER V1vEN YVALLS .... POLLY WALTPIRS PHILIP YVARD ..,. MELANIE NVARD ,... MARTHA WVARNOCK , Third Roux' Madisonville, Ky. . . . . . .Wingo, Ky. . . .Louisvillc, Ky. . . . .Paducah, Ky. . . . .Fulton, Ky . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . . . .Mayfield, Ky . . .Louisville, Ky . . . .Benton, Ky . . . .Clinton, Ky .......Carmi, Ill . . . .0wenshoro, Ky LYNDA WARREN .. . .... Owensboro, Ky RORERT WARREN .... Henderson, Ky BFNNY WATKINS .... Benton, Ky DEBBIE XVATKINS ...... Fulton, Ky PALMER YVATKINS ,. ..... Louisville, Ky NANCY XVATSON .. .,.Arlington, Ky Fourth Row: YVETTE YVATSON ,. ........ Murray, Ky, RONALD XVATT5 ..... ........... W ingo, Ky. J. T. WA'I'Ts ...,... Crawfordsville, Ind. CONNIE VVEATHERI-'ORD . . . .......... Clinton, Ky. STEVE WEATHEREORD .... . . . ..... Almo, Ky. KENNETH WEBB ,... Fifth Row: MARIAN YVIEBB . .. PAULA VVEBB HELEN YVEBER GLENN VVIEDDINIQ .. SAM VVEINBERC .... NANCY VVFLBAUM ., Sixth Rmv: BOBBY WELDON . . . DEBORAH WELCH KATHY WEI.LS . . . SARAH WV!-QLLS .. PAMELA YVIELSH .. CAROLYN XVFST .. . . . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . . .Madisonville, Ky . . . . .Louisvillc, Ky ....Quincy, Ill . . . . .Morganfield, Ky . . . . .Louisville, Ky . . . .Evansville, Ind ......Marion, Ky . . .Nortonville, Ky . . . . . . .Sturgis, Ky . . . .Hopkinsville, Ky . . . . . .Clifford, Penn . . . .Hopkinsville, Ky we FRESHME First Row: MARION TOSH . . . RITA TOSH .... 1. JOEL TRACY ....... CLYDE TRAYNHAM . . RAINE TROUPE ,... S'rEvEN TUCKER .. Serond Row: CONNIE TURNER JOHN TURNER . . . DONALD TYLER . .. RONALD TX'LER ,.... GARY IfNDERWOOD .. NIICHAEL UNDERWOOD Third Roux' l.INDA VANDIVER . ,. JETTIE VAUGHT . ,. DARRYL VEICEL . . . VICKI VIA ......... JESSICA VINSON ..... DANNY XVADLINIITON . . .Princeton, Ky. ..Dyursbury, Ky. ......Austin, Ky. . . .Clayt0n, N.C. . . . .Paducah, Ky. Madisonville, Ky. . . . . .Benton, Ky. . . . .Wickliffe, Ky. . . . .Fancy Farm, Ky. .Fancy Farm, Ky. . . .Louisville, Ky. . . . .Wickliffe, Ky. ......Ksland, Ky. ..Sacramento, Ky. ..Massillon, Ohio . . . .Mayfield, Ky. ......Cadiz, Ky. ..,..Benton, Ky. 406 First Row: DOTTIE XVI-1STl-fRFlEI.l'l ....., JACQUELINI-1 VVESTMORELAND LYNN VVHAYNE .,...... ,... .IANICE WHEELER .. CLIFFORD YVHITE . . . PAT XVHITF ...... Setond Row: PANIILLA YVHITFIELD . .. ROBERT XVHITFORD . . . RITA NVIESE ...... BOBBY WIIIEY .. I.II.I.IAN XVILUI' LAIIRA WVILFORD Third Rmv: CHARLES YVILHOITE PATRICIA NVILKERSON .. SUZAN VVILKERSON TRESA Wll.KlNS .. ANNE YVILLIAMS LINDA lVII,LIAMS .. Ifourtlz Row: YVILLIAM T. YVILLIAMS EDXVARD WVILLIAMSON MICHAEI, VVILKERSON SHERRI' WlLI.lAMS .... STEPHEN WVILLIAMS .. . JOSEPH XVILIJS ...., Fifth Row: CHARLES YVILSON . . ,I PATRICIA WVILSON . . . PAUL WILSON .. SHAE WILSON .... SHERRY WILSON .... -Il'I.IA XVIMBFRLFY Sixlh Row: NIARILYN XVISEHART . . RANDALL WITTY . .. SHARON VVOLF 'IQHOMAS WOLFEZ ,IAIVIIQS NVOLFORD .. fiRFll0RY XVOOD .. . . S6'1'f'Illll Row: STEVEN WVOODLAND BONNIE XVOODY .,..... 'FIMOTHY lN'0RKINCFR SCOTT YVRIGHT .......... TOMMIE SUE YNYRIGHT NIICHAFI, YVYATT .... . . . .Owensboro, . . . .Louisville, ......Vienna, .......Sedalia, . . . .Morristown, ....,..Murray, . . .White Plains, .......MHyllCld, . ...... Brockton, Ky. Ky. Va. Ky. NJ. Ky. Ry. Ky. Ill. South Fulton, Tenn. . . . . . .Louisville, . . . . .Cadiz, . . . .Owensboro, .......Gracey, . . . Providence, . . .MayfIeld, .........CaIro, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ill. . . .MouI'ilton, Ark. . . . .Gracey, . . . .Fult0n, . . . .Austin, . . .Murray, ........Lola, . . . .Glasgow, . .Elizabethtown, ........Murray, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. ..Union City, Tenn. .. . . . . .Bardwell, . . .Valley Station, . . . . . .I.OIIisville, . .... 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S' it E5 1 e M' ff an g ' ' iv -at W. 0 'ls Qi if ifd -W..-.H-f..,.ff Lagw- E fx , .4 Q ME? 1 wi 1 W fix A ABELL THOMAS-Pi Ome a Pi, . 274 ABESON, KAREN L.-Ain., 'imma club, . 274 ABIISER, HOWARD C.-Pi Kappa Alpha' p. 274 ADAMS, BRADLEY R.-LE, Club, Kentucky Industrial Education Association, p. 274 ADAMS, DONALD R.-p. 274 ADAMS, EDWIN F.- . 274 ADAMS, EMILY A.-S.N.E.A. l-4, president 4, Alpha Gamma Delta, ollicer 2 yrs., p. 274 AIELLO ADAMS, UDITH A.-Chi Delta Phi' p. 274 ADAMS, UNE T.-Delta Lambda Alpha, p. 274 ADAMS, OBART C.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 274 ADAMS, MARTHA O.-p. 2 4 ADAMS, ROBERT W.-p. 274 ADAMS, TERRY L.-p. 274 ADAMS TWILA A.-A.C.E., Alpha Sigma Al- OSEPH-Sociolo Club, P. 275 hs- '. 274 , FRANK X.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. ALBRITT N, JAMES E.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Bm Beta sm, . 215 ALDRICH, CHARLES N.-Kappa Alpha, p. 275 ALEXANDER, JANET F,-Baptii Student Union Student Nurses Association, 275 ALBRITTON LCE H.-Kappa. Deta Omicron, Sociggggy Clu, International Relations Club, AIELEN, JAMES W.-Ep. 275 ALLEN, ICHAEL 275 ALLEN, ROBIN E.Xlp. 2 5 ALLEN, TOMMY- pzha Tau Omega, p. 275 ANDERSON, CHARL S E.-Sp. 27 ANDERSON, HAL C.-p. 27 ANDERSON, QJDY G.- . 275 ANDERSON, ARY JA1sE-Alpha Gamma Del- ta, Al ha Tau Omega Sweetheart, Ten Best Dressedj, Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary, A.C.E., A Cap ella Choir, . 275 ARMSTRONG, 81-1ARLEs P2-p. 215 ARNOLD, JANICE F.-p. 275 ASBEEE, JOAN C.-Sigma Pi Sigma, Alpha Chi, AL'ii4ER RAY R.-Lambda cm Alpha' p. 215 AUSTIN, sUsAN L.-Al ha si 5 Alpha, In- ternational Relations Ciub, p. 22? BABBITT, WILLIAM G.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, American Marketing Assoc., Intra- mural Sports, p. 275 BALES, JAMES V.-p. 275 BALL. LARRY R.-p. 275 BAILEY, DAVID M.-B. 275 BAILEY, IVAN W.- .E.M.S. Club, Veterans Club: Future Nursing Club' p. 275 BAILEY, JENNIFER L.-Alpha Chi, p. 276 B2gl7St?R, CAROLINE S.-Alpha Beta Alpha, p. BAKER, DEANNA-Kap a Pi., p. 276 BALZ, BONNI A.-Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cor- responding Secretary, Psi Chi, Euclidean Math Club: German Club, p. 276 BARATI. MANOUTCHEHRE-p. 276 BARBER, PHIL O.-Sigma Chi, p. 276 BARGER, LYNN-Kappa Omicron Phi. Oliicer, Sigma Sgma Sigma: Donn Council, Home Economics Club: . 276 BARKER, BEVERLEI A.-p. 276 BARKS. BARRY W.-Track Team, p. 276 BARLOW. JOHN F.-Veterans Club, p. 276 BARNARD. MARLYN A. -S.N.E.A., p. 276 BARNES. CHARLOTTE IGOLDMANJ-n. 276 BARNHILL. SHERRY E.-S.N.A.K., p. 276 BARNWELL. RALPH E.-Sigma Nu, p. 276 BARRETT, KENNETH B.-p. 276 BARTON. LUCINDA C.-p. 276 BASTLORE. DAVID B.-Pershing Rifles, p. 276 BASILE- JOSEPH I.-Sizma Phi Epsilon, p. 276 BASTIN. MARTHA I.-W.A.A.: p. 276 BATHRICK. IAMES W.-D. 276 BAYER. FORREST L.-Sigma Pi, p. 276 BEASLEY. ROSEMARY-o. 276 BECK CII.BEW'1' T.-.n 276 BECKER. RICHARD K.-p. 276 BECKER. MARK A.-p. 277 BECKMAN, IOHN C.-Alpha Phi Omega, Cor- responding Secretary. Treasurer, A Cappella Choir, N.E.A., Franklin Hall Secretary, Murray State Band: p. 277 BEHRMAN, LOIS G.-Special Education Club, A.C.E.: p. 277 BENNETT, BRENDA C.-p. 277 BENNETT, JOHN S.-Sigma Chi, p. 277 BERARDI. TOM F.-Newman Assoc.: p. 277 BERGMANN, STEWART E.-Tau Kappa Epsi- lon. Otiicer: Alpha Phi Omega, Otlicer, Aquatic Club, I.F.C., A.C.E., p. 277 BERRY, MALCOHM, E.-Gamma Theta Upsi- lon, p. 277 BERRY, NANCY A.-Alpha Gamma Delta, Social Chairman, Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer, Uni- versity Choir, Campus Lights, p. 277 B1ZR?CHIED, PAUL L.-Alpha Beta Alpha, p. SENIOR I EX BERTRAM, JOANN-Alpha Omicron Pi, Sixmm Staff, Organizations E 'tor, 277 BETH, LARRY D.-Scab rd. 8: Blade, S.A.A.C.S., Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 277 BEUTEL, JAMES .-B. 278 BINGHAM, GEORGE .-p. 278. BLACK, FREDERICK M.-Plu Mu Alpha, Choir, Madrigal Singers Opera Workshop, p. 278 BLACZKISTON, RICHARD A.-Pi Kappa Alpha, P. BLAKEY, BONNIE B.-p.. 278 . BLAKEY, DAVID K.-Epsilon Pi Tau, p. 278 BLOEMKE THOMAS .-p. 278 . l BoAz, CAROL R.-Sigma sigma sigma, S.N.A.K., Dames Club, p. 278 BOGGESS, MOLLY M.-p. 278 BOHANNON, BENNY K.-p. 278 i BOLING, SHARON A.-Alpha Chi, Delta Lambda Alpha, German Club, Math Club, Stu- dent Aililiates of the American Chemical So- ciety, p. 278 . ' BORGER, HARRY L.-Pershing Rifles, Company Commander, . 278 . I BOST, BARBARA A.-Alpha Omxcron Pi, Alpha Chi, Psi Chi, . 278 BOTTOMS, GLORIA J.-S.N.A.K., p. 278 BOURNE, BERRYMAN L.-p. 278 BOURNE, WILLIAM R.- . 278 A BOYER, MARY JANE-lgappa Omicron Phi' Newman Club, Home Economics Club, . 278 BRADLEY, JAMES M.-Sports Director, Cgmpus Radio Station, Sigma Phi Epsilon' p. 279 BRADY, JOHN N.-Vets club, Newman Club, Sociolo Club, . 279 BRAND31, L. 1'izRoME-pl. 279 BRANSFORD, GREGORY .-p. 279 ' BRASHEAR, MICHAEL D.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Radio Staff, p. 279 BRAZELL, CONSTANCE H.-A.C.E., p. 279 BRENNAN, REBECCA D.-61. 279 BRIGGS, ROGER B.-E. 27 BRINDLEY, EARLEN -A.C.E., 279 I BRITT, ALICE K.-W.S.G.A., epresentative, Corresponding Secretary, German Club, Home Economics Club, Dorm Council, President BRIZENDINE, EARL W.-Kappa. Pi, M.I.D.C., N.A.E.A., p. 279 BROEJIE, SUSAN K.-Baptist Student Union, P. BROCKMAN, RONALD C.-Alpha Gamma Rho: . 279 BRODIED, MARY L.-p. 219 BROWN, DIANA- . 279 BROWN, JANIS N.-Special Ed. Club, Silver Stars: Stream, p. 279 BROWN, JOHN C.-p. 279 BROWN, NANCY C.-p. 279 BROWN, ROY M.-Alpha Gamma Rho' p. 279 BROWN. TOMMY-sigma Nu, Inter-fraternity Council, Math Club, p. 279 BRYAN NANCY L 279 . .-p. BRZOZA. THOMAS F.-p. 279 BUCY, MYRA J.-Karma Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club: p. 279 BUCYNSKI. ALFRED A.-Intramural Football, Sorinlolzv Club, p. 280 BUFFINGTON, DONALD E.-Lambda Chi Al- pha, p. 280 BITI LARD NANCY A.-Psi Chi: n. 280 BURDETTE. MILDRED E.-N.E.M., S.N.A.K., Lambda Chi Aloha Crescent Club, p. 280 BURKETT. GARY D.-Broadcasting Club, Disc Jockey, Sports Director, Promotion Director, p. 280 BURKS. MARTHA L.-p. 280 BURR MARTHENA R.-p. 280 BURTON, H. RONALD-Alpha Kappa Psi, Ae- countingz Honor Society, p. 280 BUSBY, ROBERT T.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Mar- keting Club: American Marketing Assoc., Golf Team: o. 280 BUSH. IUDITH L.-p. 280 BUSSEY. LARRY D.-Aloha Tau Omega, p. 280 BUSSIERE, MICHAEL-Sigma Delta, Vets Club, Football, p. 280 BUTLER, MICHAEL P.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. 280 BUTTRICK. HERBERT J.-p. 280 BUXEQON, JAN K.-Society of Physics Students, p. BYRD, RITA-Council of Exceptional Children, Newman Club: Dorm Council, p. 280 BYRD, SHANNON L.-Beta Beta Beta, p. 281 BYRN, HOWARD S.-ya 281 CAIREL, CURTIS T.-p. 281 CALL, WILLIAM L.-Students of Physics So- ciety, Amateur Radio Club, President, Russian Club, Treasurer, Kappa Delta Omicron, p. 281 CANNON. BILL E.-p. 281 CANTER. PHYLLIS K.-Kanoa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club, p. 281 CARLTON. ROBERT S.-pt 281 CARTLIDGE. JAMES L.-p. 281 CARLSON. DAVID R.-Marketing Clubhp. 281 CARIEMRAYMOND R.-Gamma Theta psilon, p. 418 fs ... .Q CARRINGTON, HOMER N.-Accounting Honor Society, p. 281 CARROLL, BARBARA J.-E. 281 CARROLL, JANET O.-p. Bl CARSON, JOHN W.-Signs Pt, p. 281 l CARTER, JESSE ,Lqgorian Order, Society of Ph sics Stu ents, . CARIVER, sUE A2-Association for childhwa Education' . 281 CASH, uowiinn K.-Phi Mp Alpha, p. 281 CASH. NORMAN-p. 281 CASH, SANDRA J.-Kappa Delta, A.C.E., Treasurer, Special Education Club, 281 CAUDILL, SHARON K.-Kappa elta, Pi Ome Pi, 281 CENTERS, J on L.-p. 281 CENTKO, DAVID C.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 281 CHAFFIN, JOHN B.-p. 281 CHANEY, JOSEPH G.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 281 RRY DIANE- . 282 CHE , CHESTER, CARL 282 CHOATE, DIANA L.- i Omega Pi, 282 CHRISMAN, BONITA-Alpha Beta pha, p. 282 CHRISMAN, LINDA S.-Young Democrats Club, Dorm Council Vice-President' p. 282 CISOXQKI, EDWARD M.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, p. CISSELL, RAY L.-p. 282 CLABO, STEPHEN S.-Sigma Piixg. 282 CLARK, LINDA F.-Alpha Lam Delta, Al- pha Chi, S.N.A.K., p. 283 CLAYTON. JOHNNY M.-p. 283 COBB. PEGGY J.-da. 283 COFFEEN. GEOR E P.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Advanced R.O.T.C.: p. 283 COLCLASURE, MARYJOH-Gamma Theta Up- silon, Secretary, Geography Club, Secretary, p. 283 COLE. PATRICIA D.-p. 283 COLEMAN, TERRY W.-Agriculture Club, Re- porter, p. 283 COLEMAN. TERRY L.-D. 283 COLLER, CLAUDE C.-Kappa Delta Omicron, Phi Mu Aloha: p. 283 COLLIE. SARAH H.-p. 283 COLLINS. GERALD L.- . 283 . N F ATH E- . 283 CO N .R. K ERINE . p CONNOR. MARY C.-Alpha Delta Pi, p. 283 COOK. DOUGLAS A.-p. 283 COOPER. DAVID A.-D. 283 COOPER. JAMES F.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, Presi- dent, Corresponding Secretary. Keeper of the Files. Jewelers Representative. Music Chairman, Phi Mu Alnha. Pledge President: Ritual Team, Psi Chi, S.N.E.A., Phi Beta Lambda, p. 283 COOPER, LARRY R.-Basketball Manager, p. 283 COOVERT. HARRY M.-o. 283 COPE. MARCUS E.-Wildlife Society! P. 283 COPELAND. JOE P.-Industrial Education Club, KI.E.A.: A.I.A.A.: A.M.S.: p. 283 COPELAND, PATSY I.-Alpha Omicron Pi, p. 282 COPIFY. DONALD W.-p. 283 CORYELL. CAROLYN A.-Sigma Sigma Sigma., Ky. Student Nurses Assoc., Pilrefttes, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Junior Class Sccretarv: Class Assembly: Camnus Favorite: Si-mann Ouern Finalist, Mountain Lauv-rl Oueen nf Kentucky, D. 283 CORYELL. GEORGE M.-Pi Katana Alpha: Junior Class Treasurer: Class Assembly: p. 283 COSBY. MICHAEL E,-Alpha Gamma Rho, .Aqrirulture Club: n. 284 COSMAN. THOMAS I-Tau Kappa Epsilon, TKF 117 the Week' n. 284 COSSAIRT STFPI-IFN R.-D. 284 COSTA, MARSHALL A.-Alnha Tau Omega, Industrial 'Education Club: lpici: p. 284 COTTRINGER. WILLIAM S.-Vets Club: Men's Interdorm Council, Intramural Football, Bas- ketball: Softball: D. 284 COURTNEY. NANCY W.-p. 284 COX. BERNARD C.-Industrial Education Club, Rifle Team, p. 284 COX. BOBBY N.-n. 284 CRACRAFT, CAROL E.-Broadcasters Club, Radio Center Staff: p. 284 CRACRAFT. MORRIS W.-T.V.-Radin Center Staff: Industrial Education Club, p. 284 CRAGGS. IOI-IN K.-p. 284 ClgAICg,TPHILIP L.-S.A.A.C.S., Vets Club, lsto eam: D. 284 CIEQLLE. JEFFREY J.-Alpha Gamma Rho, p. CIEAVENS, SANDRA K.-Sigma Alpha Iota, p. CRAVLIZORD, HEPHZIBAH E.-Chi Delta Phi, D. CRECELIUS. RICHARD N.-Alpha Tau Omega, American Marketing Association, p. 284 CRIDRII. DAVID L.-Gamma Theta Upsilon, D. - cR1TEs. JERRY K.-p. 284 CROHN. FRANK T.-p. 284 CROSBY. PAUL I.-p. 284 CROUCH. BRENDA H.-p. 284 CROUCH, THOMAS W.-p. 284 E EDGERTON, LELIA G.-p. 287 CULPEPPER JIMMY W.-Epsilon Pi Tau, Who'l Who, p. 284 CUNNINGHAM, CAROL I.-p. 284. CUNNINGHAM, KEITH-Accounting Honor criwRReAtifz pjo?l5N T zas CUTINI, CAROL A.-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ideal Freshman Girl, Alpha .Chl, Algrha Lambda Delta, Sigma Delta, Pikettes, Hmm Staff? Campus Lights, p. 28155 DADE, WILLIE S.-Alpha Gamma Delta, p. 285 DAHL, JOHN D.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 285 DOILEY, CHARLES R.-p. 285 D'ALOISIO, EDMUND B.-Veteran's Club, Seo- retary, p. 285 I DANFORTH, JAMES E.-Tau Kapga Epsilon, Cam us Li hts, Spanish Club, p. .85 - DARLING, LRIAN K.-Sigma Chl? Pershing Rifles, Spanish Club, Math Club, p. 285 DAUSCH. GEORGE C.-Ri 285 DAVENPORT, RONNIE .-p. DAVIES, JOHN J.-Dorm Council' 285 DAVIS, BILL E.-sigma Chi, p. 2, DAVIS, JOYCE D.-Home Economics Club, p. 285 DAVIS, SHEILA C.-p. 285 Q D DAY,2agETH N.-Alpha Omicron Pl, Sea Mists, DAY, JOSEPH M.-Pi Kappa Alpha, -Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Inter- fratemity Council, President. Pledge Master of PiKA, Judicial Board, Chairman, panlsh Club, Intemational Relations Club, Kentucky Speech Assoc., p. 285 DEES, JANICE K.-Home Economics Club, Baptist Student Union, 285 DEGIACINTO, LINDA .-p. 285 . DE HAVEN, CHARLES W.-Sigma Chl, p. 285 DELKER, DEANNA-Kgllpa Delta' Home Eco- nomics Club, Newman uh, p. 285 DEVINE, EARL L.-p. 285 DE WI'I'I', CYNTHIA J.-Alpha Delta Pi, p. 285 DIBELLO, RUSSELL O.-Alpha Phi Gamma, President, p. 285 DICIEIQETI, CARL M.-Sociology Club, President, DILERS, ROBERT W.-Abaha Tau Omega, p. 286 DIA JIOEIN, SQPHEN .-Tau Kappa Epsilon, . . ., p. DIXON, DARREL G.-Sigma Chi, p. 286 D?8lgGE, YVONNE K.-A Cappella Choir, p. DODSON, LANA M.-p. zas DORGAN. JANE G.-p. zas DORTCH. KERRY G.-Marketing Club' p. 286 Dc38tgGLAs, GHERYL A.-A.C.E., s.N.E.A., p. DOW, RODNEY W.-Tudo Team, Dorian Order, Dorm' Council. Vice-President, p. 286 DOWDY. CATHERINE L.-Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart: D. 286 DOWDY, JENNIFER J.-Alpha Sigma Alpha, Corresponding Secretary, University Choir, Dorm Council: Sea Mists, p. 286 DOWFLL. BRENDA K.-p. 286 DOWIE, JON W.-Accounting Honor Society, Srabha-fl and Blade: D. 286 DOWNEY, SUSAN-Sigma Alpha Iota, Sigma Nu Sweetheart, p. 286 DOWNS, EVA M,-D, 286 DOWNS. IUDTTI-I A.-D. 287 DRDA. NANCY T.-Phi Beta Lambda, p. 287 DUFFY. MTCWAEL R.-n. 287 DTTKE DANIEL E.-p, 287 DUKES, DENNIS A.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Math Club: I.F.C.: D. 287 DUNCAN. CECELIA K.-Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pi Delta, Dorm Council, Readers Theater, p. DUNCAN, JERRY D.-p. 287 DUNCAN. JUDY L.-g. 287 DUNCAN, RICK J.- i Kappa Alpha, Gamma Theta Uosilon, p. 287 DUNIEERSON. VICKIE D.-Sigma Alpha Iota, p. DUNN, RONALD D.- . 287 DURHAM. AUBREY. fi-Kappa Pi: p. 287 D'URSO, PAUL E.-Sigma Chi' p. 287 DWYER PEGGY L.-Alpha Plli Gamma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chi Delta Phi, Alpha Sisgma Alpha, President, Judicial Board, Murray late News, Women's Editor, Feature Editor, p. 287 EDMONSON, LINDA C.-E. 287 EDWARDS, JANET S.-sp. 87 EGBERT, DONNA S.-- lgma Alpha Iota, Chap- lain: p. 287 EGGEQISIEIJII-lgA1,KPATRgCg7IA A.-p. 287 iiiGiirERQ CATHERIISE M.-student Nunn Assoc., p. 287 EISON, DAVID D.-p. 287 . i ELLIOTT, DORIS -J.-Alpha Omlcron Pi? A.C.E., S.N.E.A., Piketteag p. 287 . ELLIZWPATRICIA A.-Sock and Buslun Club, p. ENGLAND, LARRY A.-p. 288 EPPERSON, JOHN S.-p. 288 . ' EPSTEIN, ALLAN J.-Algha Phl Omega' Sigma Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, dvanced R.O.'Ii.C., p. 288 ERWIN, LINDA L.-p. 288 ERWIN, SHARILYN B.-p. 288 ESPINOZA, JUDY A.-E. 288 1 ETHERIDGE, VICK .-7Sigma Chl, M.S.U. Football Team, Co-Captain, p. 288 l EYgla'tlS, ALBERT L.- rack Team, Captain, p. EVANS, JOHN B.-Gamma Theta Upsilons Sigma Nu, S.A.A.C.S., p. 288 F FADLER, THEODORE P.-Debate Club, p. 288 FAILLACI, RONALD S.-Scabbard and Blade Club, Alpha Ka pa Psi, p. 288 I FARMER, SALLX? A.-Alpha Sigma Alpha, Edl- tor, Intemational Relations Club, Campus Lights' p. 288 FAUGHN, DEAN c.-p. 288 I I FAUST, SUSAN E.-Sigma 'Sigma Sigma, S.N.E.A., Pikettes, Intematlonal Relations Club, p. 288 g l FEAST, BRENDA--Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Chi, Kapfna Delta Pl, Dorm Council, Interna- tional Re ations Club, . 288 FEIERSTEIN, STEVEN, Ji-p. 288 FERGUSON, CHARLES D.-p. 289 ' FERCQELSON, MELVIN D.--Alpha Plu Alpha, FEZIEQRIOLO, THOMAS R.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, p. FILEEEMARY F.-Psi Chi, Recording Secretary, FIRSTER, JOAN E.-Kap a Pi, p. 289 FITZGIBBONS, JAMES E.--Si Nu, Cor- liegaonding Secretary, Asst. Pkg: Master, p. FLEISCHER, GERALD-A. American Marketing Assocn . 289 1 P FORD. CHARLES W.-p. 289 FORMAN. PAUL M.-p. 289 FORREST. LARRY R.-Scabbard and Blade Club, Gennan Club, p. 289 FOSTER. CLABOURNE B.- . 289 FOSTER. ROBERTA S.-p. 2,89 FOX. WILLIAM G.-p. 289 Flg3g.ICK, WILLIAM H.--Pi Kappa. Alpha, p. FRANKLIN. DARALEA- . 289 FRANKLIN. DONALD-.gccounting Honor So- ciety, Treasurer, Pi Kap a Alpha, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Alpha Igippa Psi, Master of Rituals: Who's Who, p. 289 FRANKLIN, KAREN K.-Kappa Delta Pi, Vice- President, Assoc. for Childhood Education Treasurer, n. 289 Student National Education Assoc., FRANKS. MARY L.- . 289 FREHTZ. THOMAS Ai.-Newman Club, p. 289 FRERICI-IS. KAREN B.-W.A.A., p. 289 FRITZ. JOHN E.-Tau Kappa E silon, . 289 FROIsgg9STANLEY R.-Newman Club, Tiieasurer, D FRYE. JAMES A.-Al h T o , .641 FUGE'I'I'. sl-TERRY Ji'-iv an ' mm P Corresponding Secretary ens Student Govt., Young Democrats om gi"l:b1:.nRer::org51g Secretary, S.N.E.A., Domi FULLER, ANITA JANE-p. 290 glglf-i5LllgS Iii-p. 290 FUmLmnre.mnh? D. 25 pha Gamma Rho, Agn. FULTS, JOHN R.--Track Team, Alpha Tau Omega: n. 290 FUNK VICKI A.-Al h G D Ita: . 290 rusco, THOMAS pi-Iiixdiigii-iale Ediiication Club, Kentucky Industrial Education Assoc.- Industrial Treasurer, ?qgHc?trLlleg,e Spb, Newman Club: G GAETA. GERALD . 290 GAFFEY. ROBERT L.--Industrial Education Club, Intramurals, K.I.E.A., P. 290 CAGE. HENRY W.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, p. 290 GAGNON, JAMES M.-Veterans Club, Indus- trial Arts Club: Intramural Football, p. 290 GAGNON. JEFFREY M.-Alpha Tau omega- American Marketing Assoc., . 290 , GAINES. THOMAS B.-p. 290p GARBERS. ROGER W.-Phi Mu Alpha, . 291 GIESLDNER. ALLEN C.-Lambda Chi Alplia, p. GARIglgER, ROBERT P. II-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. GARLAND. GARY D.-Phi Mu Alpha, p. 291 GARLAND. LARRY J.-Pershing Rifles, p. 291 GARLAND, PAMELA K.-Delta Lambda Alpha, Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice- President, Panhellenic Pledghei Mistress, p. 291 GARMS, SHARON K.-Sea ists, W.A.A., Phi Beta Lambda, Home Economics Club, p. 291 GARRO'I'I', KAY E.-Si a Sigma Sigma, A.C.E., Varsity Cheerleaziiig 3 yrs., 10 Best Dressed, 1967, p. 291 GASTINEAU, RICK-Alpha Tau Omega, Jan- uary Graduate, 291 . GAUCH, DEAN .-Lambda Chl Alghag p. 291 GAUL, PETER C.-Tau Kapga Eps on, p. 291 GEDMINE, JUDITH M.-p., 91 U GEORGE. THOMAS M.--Phl Mu Alpha, Alumni Secretary, p. 291 . . GERMAIN, .LINDA D.-Kagan Omlcron Phi, Home Economics Club, p. 1 . GERMAIN, GORDON T.'-International Rela- tionigfllub, Young Republicans Club, Sigma Pl, rr- ' 419 lee- - L GsUALDl, ANTHONY J.-Council for Emp- tional Childrenyilgsidentigp. 291 GEURIN JIMM .- . l GIACCHINO, MARYAI-JN J.-W.A.A., vlpp- President, Acting President, 1967, p. 291 GILES, LINDA M.-P. 291 GILL, REXFORD E.-p..29l GILLIAM, DAVID T.-Pl Kagm Alpha' p. 291 GILLIAM, WILLIE w.-A.c. ., p. 29l D GILLO'I'I', RICHARD E.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramural Sports, . 291 GIORDANO, KATHEIEEN V.-p. 291 u GLASS, AMANDA A.-Dames Club, Phl Beta Lambda, p. 292 I ' GLASS, JAMES E.-Alpha Kappa Pu, Phi Beta Lambda, p. 292 GLORE. ANITA N.-A.C.E., p. 292 GLOVER. DAN L.--Dorian Order, Industrial Ed t' Cl b . 292 uca lon u , GOAD, ROSEMARY-Psi Chi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Panhellenic Council, President, Stu ent Council, Junior Representative, Judicial Board, Sock and Buskin, Pi Phi Delta, Treasurer, Reader's Theatre GOLDEN, HAROLD F.-Accounting Honor So- cietv, p. 292 GONZALEZ, HECTOR M.-Soccer Team, In- dustrial Arts Club: Spanish Club, Foreign Stu- dent Club, p. 292 GOODMAN, ALLEN R.-p. 292 GOODSMITH. IRA L.- . 292 GOODWIN. DENNIS R.--Scabbard Gt Blade' Phi Mp, Agphpg M.S.U. Band, Marching and Concert, .S..U. Choir, Brass Choir, Wind Sinfonetta, Orchestra: Advanced R.O.T.C., Percussion Ensemble, Chorus, All Campus Sing, All American Sing, Campus Lights, p. 292 GOOLD. CORLISS A.-S N.E.A., A.C.E., p. 292 GOPFLAND. MARTHA J.-p. 292 GOUGH, JEFFREY D.-Vets Club, Newman Club: p. 292 GRACE, GARY W.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. 292 GRAHAM. CHERYL-p. 292 GRAHAM. IOHN C.-p. 292 GRANQUIST. LARRY A.-Sigma Pi, p. 292 GRANT, JOE W.-Phi Mp Alpha, Kappa Delta Omlcron 292 GRANT. REBECCA M.-Sigma AI ha Iota, Edi- tor,2g.g Cappella Choir, Band, lfampus Lights, D. GRAY. nonnv M.-p. 292 GREEN. BRADLEY K.-Sociology cl-lb, nm- e1iEi:biear'E'A1f'E1s?92l G . -A h D1 , . GREEN. LINDA F.-'s.N.EiAlfmA.ciEtf pi 2532 GISIZENE, WILLIAM R.-rhi Bee. Lambda, p. GREGORY. GARY J.-p. 293 GRIEF. RANDALL E.-p. 293 GRIFFIN, GORDONQS.-Wildlife Society, . 293 GROGAN. GARY-Pl Kappa Alpha, . 299' GROSSMAN, ROBERT M.-Alpha l?hi Omega, Young Democrats, Inte-mational Relations Club, S.N.E.A., p. 293 GUDGEL, NANCY L.-Varsity Cheerleader, All GSF"rrEn"'R9f'li'15r"' 2I?i'iN 1 . . TO W.-Si a Pi, . 295 GUNTER. LARRY P.-AlphagmGammg Rho, Agriculture Club, p. 293 H H?!gER, BETTY A.-Alpha Lambda Delta, p. HAGER. DALE L.-Accounting Honor Socie - Phi .Beta Lambda. Vice-President, Young lg: DIIDIICRIIS Club: . 293 HALF. TACKTW IJ.-p. 293 HALE. RONNIE O.-p. 293 HALEY. SHARON F.-p. 294 .f::h9 sms, R'-A 2: , AR N.-Phi Nu Al ha, . 294 HALL. RICHARD D.-p. 294 P P HALL. WILLIAM S.-International Relations Club: p. 294 HAMBLIN. FRANCIS W.-Newman Club' Cav- ing Club: Young Republicans Club, p. 294 HAMILTON. DONALD E.-Marketing Club, Circle K Club, President, p. 294 HAMEQTON, MICHAEL E.-Alpha Phi Alpha, p. HAMLIN. S1-BERRY J.-A.C.E., S.N.EA., l Lambda Alpha, . 294 new HAMM, JERRY Ili-Pi Ka pa Alpha, p. 294 HAMMCK, KENNETH lil.-Agriculture Club, P HAMPTON. CLAIRE G.-Kap a Pi, . 294 HANES, JOHN W.-Marketin pClub, p. 294 HANEY. MARY E.-Dames CIub, p. 2394 HANKIN, J. c.-p. 294 HANSEN. MARGARET L.-A.C.E., p. 294 HARGROVE. THOMAS M.-p. 295 HARMON. DAVID M.-Math Club, Gdman Club, 295 HQSIEMO . KENNETH A.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. HARMS, ALAN W.-p. 295 HARPER. BILLY D.-p. 295 HARRIS, JAMES E.-p. 295 HARRIS. JAMES M.-Alpha Tau Omega, 295 HARRISON, CAROLE K.-Kappa Pi, p. 95 HARRISON, JOHN M.--Pi Kappa Alpha, Stu- dent Council Representative' p. 295 Hl?glISON,, KARL S.-Alpha Phl Gamma, p. HARTMAN, LINDA R.--A.C.E., Special Edu- cation Club, p. 295 HASWELL, JIM-Sigma Chi, p. 295 HATCH, SHARON K.-p. 295 HATCQIEIJISER, DANNY R.-Kappa Alpha Order, P- . HAYDEN. CARROLL W.-Student Organiza- tion, Alpha Tau Omega, p. 295 HAYDEN, DOLORES J.-Student Nurses Assoc., p. 295 HAYDEN, PHILLIP G.-Kappa Alpha, Base- ball, p. 295 HAYES, BOBBY H.-p. 295 HAYES. DAWN E.-Psi Chi, p. 295 HEATER. JAMES D.-p. 295 HELM. DENNIS R.-p. 295 HENDON. MARSHA A.-S.N.A.K., p. 295 HENDRIX. BRUCE-p. 295 HENRY, HELEN F.-Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club, p. 295 HIEQSON, GLENDA F.-Alpha Chi, A.C.E., p. HERNDON, RONALD S.-p. 296 HERRERA, ALPHONSO-p. 296 HEYDET. RAYMOND T.-p. 296 HIBBS, JACK A.-Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard Egg Blade, Captain, Sigma Delta, President, p. HIBBS, SANDI S.-Phi Beta Lambda, p. 296 HICKOK, LESLIE G.-p. 296 , HICKS. LOUISE E.-Gamma Theta Upsilon, Geography Club' p. 296 HIGGINS. DARREI. C.-Sigma Nu, Alpha Kappa Phi, p. 296 HIGGINS. RONALD J.-p. 296 HILL. SUSAN A.-p. 296 HOBBS, RUSSELL G.-p. 296 HOCKER, MARY H.-p. 296 HODGE, BILLY J.-Alpha Tau Omega, Presi- dent, p. 296 HOFFMAN, REBA J.-p. 296 HOGUE. EARL W.-p. 296 HOLLAND, SANDRA K.-p. 297 HEJELAND, STAN K.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. HOLLIDAY. PAULA A.-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Campus Lights, Sophomore Class Secretary, Panhellenic Representative, p. 297 HOLLIDAY. MICHAEL W.-p. 297 HOLLIS. NORRIS R.-p. 297 HOLIBQJNAY, JOSEPH R.-A.M.A., Sigma Chi, p. - H9g:lMES, DAVID A.-Alpha Gamma Rho, p. HOLMES. PATRICIA G.-p. 297 HOLTZ. CHARLES H.-p. 297 HOMRA, CAREY-Sigma Chi, p. 297 HOOK . ALAN-Industrial Education Club, K.I.E.A.: p. 297 HELRNYAK, JOHN L.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. HOSKINS, CAROL A.-Alpha Phi Gamma- Pi Phi Delta: Young Democrats Club, Radio Voice of M.S.U., Murray State News: Young Ken- tuckians Organization, p. 297 HOTALING, EDWIN D.-p. 297 HOUSDEN. I. S.-Sigma Chi, p. 297 HOUSEWORTH. JAMES M.-p. 297 HOUSTON, LINDA L.-Murray State News, Cartoonist, T.V. Dept., Artist: p. 297 HOWARD, BARBARA B.-p. 297 Hg?-YARD, HARRIS L.-Alpha Phi Omega, p. HOWARD. VICTOR G,-Pershing Rifles, p. 297 HOWE. THOMAS F.-p. 297 HOWgIi.L, WILLIAM D.-Alpha Tau Omega, D. HOWLE. PRESTON F.-Gamma Beta Phi, Sigma Nu, D. 297 HUBBARD. IANE A.-A.C.E.: p. 297 HUDSON. DIANE G.-s.N.A.K., p. 298 HUFF. WILLIAM C.-p. 298 HUFFMAN, BETH-p. 298 II-IUGHES, JOHN C.-Veterans CIub, Indus- trial Arts Club: p. 298 HUGHES. MARGARET I.-Pi Omega Pi: Bap- tist Student Union, S.N.E.A., Phi Beta Lamb- HllICH1E398NIANCY c s sr I .. I 1.-'igma I a. Si a, Sigma Alpha Iota: p. 298 gm Stn HUGHES. THOMAS E.-p. 298 HUGUELEY, TONYA A.-W.A.A., Homecom- ing Oueen. 1968: p. 298 HUIWIW. WILLIAM' D.-rr. 298 HUNIPHREY. BENJAMIN C.-Whois Who, Pi Kappa Alpha, n. 298 HUMPHREY. CHESTER L.-D. 298 HUNT, CATHERINE A.-p. 298 HUNT. CHERYL J.-A.C.E., p. 299 HUNT. MICHAEL R.-299 HUNTER, TOHN K.-Sigma Chi, p. 299 HURLEY. SHIRLEY A.-p. 299 HUNT. FRANCES D.-p. 299 I INGLE. JIM-Epsilon Pi Tau: p. 299 INGRAO, JOSEPH N.-p. 299 INMAN. JAY T.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. 299 .l JACKSON, BRENDA R.-p. 299 JACKSON. GARY D.-p. 299- JACKSON. JIMMY A.-P1 Kappa Alpha, Gamma Theta Upsilon, p. 299 JACKSON. JUDITH L.-Dames Club, p. 299 JACKSON. SUE E.-A.c.E., p..299 , JAC3gJB, DIANNE L.-Sigma Sigma Sigma, p. 2 JANES, RALPH K.-Industrial Education Club, University Photographer, p. 299 H JENKINS, ELAINE--Alpha Sigma Alpha, S.N.A.K., p. 299 JENKINS, JUDITH A.-S.N.A.K., Newman Gub, p. 299 JENKINS, KAREN S.-Sigma Alpha Iota, p. 299 JENNINGS, ROBERT A.-p. JESSUP, DAVID H.--Sigma PI, p. 299 JESSUP, LARRY E.-p. 299 JESTER. LYNN A.-p. 299 U I JEWELL, BARBARA B.--Kappa Omicron Plu, Home Economics Club, p. 299 JOHNSON, CHARLES O.-Gamma Theta Up- silon, p. 299 ' JOHNSON, HAROLD D.-Pi Omega PI, p. 300 JOHNSON. ROBERT W.-p. 300 ' JOHNSTON, B. J.-Veterans Club, President, Intramural Football, Basketball, p. 300 JOHNSTON. LAWRENCE R.-Industrial Arts Club, p. 300 JOHNSTON, MARLAS F.-p. 300 JOHIEISITON, MARY F.-Dames Club, A.C.E., p. JOINEIE, BRENDA F.-Sociology Club, S.A.A., D. JONES, CHARLOTTE K.-Sigma Alpha Iota, Delta Lambda Alpha, p. 300 JONES, DORTHA M.--A.C.C., p. 300 JONES, JESSE L.-p. 300 JO3l6ld5S, PATSY G.-Kappa Omicron Phi, p. JONES, RICHARD L.-p. 300 JONES, ROBERT A.-p. 300 JONES, ROBERT B.-p. 300 JONES, TI-IREASA S.--A.C.E., p. 300 JONES, VANNA B.-Kappa Phi Sweetheart, A.C.E., Dorm Council, Special Education Club, S.T.E.A.M., p. 300 JORDON, DALLAS J.-p. 300 IUNGER. MERRY D.-p. 300 JURIGA, JOHN C.-Alphal Phi Omega, Epsilon Pi Tau, Special Education Cllub, Industrial Education Club, Newman Club, Peace Corps, p. 300 K KADY, MARTIN J.-Alpha Phi Gamma, Bailiff, Newman Club, Young Democrats Club, Vice- President, Murray State News, Feature Editor, gggcial Writer, Dorm Council, President, p. KAEGI, MARIBETH-p. 300 KARAS. DARLENE-p. 300 KARCHER. WILLIAM T.-Young Republicans Club, Sociology Club, p. 300 KATTAN, AHMED I.-p. 300 KEEL, MICHAEL C.-p. 301 KEELE. .IOHN D.-p. 301 KEEN, CURTIS E.-Sigma Chi, Soccer Club, President, p. 301 KEESLAR. JOSEPH F.-Epsilon Pi Tau, . 301 KELL. JERRY L.-Pi Ka ' rl KELEEY, DAVID C.-p. 301 KELLEY, HAROLD M.-p. 301 KELLEY. MARY A.-p. 301 KESHLIHER. JOHN J.-Alpha Kappa Psi, p. KELLY, DANNY R.-p. 301 KELLY. NANCY B.-A.C.E., p. 301 KEOWN. BRENDA D.-p. 301 KERLICK, JAMES M.-p. 302 KERR. .JOE H.-Alpha Phi Omega, p. 302 KERR. M. SUSAN-Home Economics Club, of- cer, A.H.E.A., p. 302 KEY. JERRY L.-p. 302 KEY. RICKI R.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 302 KEYS, LELIA M.-Dorm Council, Lambda Chi Alpha, Home Economics, Crescent Club, Presi- dent. Vice-President, p. 302 ppa Alpha, p. 3 1 JIM HETCHA-A.B.A. Library Club, p. 302 KIMBRO, LINDA L.-S.N.E.A., A.C.E., p. 302 KING. FAYE F.--D. 302 KING. MARILYN A.-Psi Chi, Secretary-'67, President-'68, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Chi, Delta Lambda Alpha, Alpha Phi Gamma, Col- lege News, Phi Beta Lambda, Mrs. Murray State Candidate, p. 302 KING, PATRICIA 302 KINGSTON. BARRY C.-p. 302 KIRKBY. STEVE K.-D. 302 KIRKLAND, LARRY E.-Kappa Alpha, p. 302 IIELRXIIEEATRICK. ARLIE V.-p. 302 ILLIP R p 302 , PH . . KLUTTS, FREDA L.-p. 303 KNIGST, LINDA F.-S.N.E.A., A.C.E., p. 303 K MARY L.-p. 303 G T. KNIGHT, SAMMY S.-Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Kappa Delta Omi- cron, Vice-President, Pi Kappa Alpha, Scab- bard and Blade: Student Council, Class As- sembly, Student-Faculty Committee, Chairman, Euclidean Math Club, Kentucky Student Assoc., Judicial Board Committee, Chairman, p. 303 KNOWLER, JAMES A.NA1pha Gamma Rho, p. 303 KNUE. PAUL F.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Phi Gamma, p. 303 KOWSARI. MOSTAFA-Russian Club, p. 303 KRAFCHIK, NICK J.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 303 KRAFT, MARIAN L.-S.N.A.K., Young Re- publicans Club, p. 303 KRAUS, JAMES A.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 303 410 A Q - KIJIEKICH, KATHLEEN H.-Pi Omega Pi, p. KUPCINSKI, RONALD L.-p. 303 L LACQUE, RAYMOND J.-p. 303 LAMAR. PATRICIA K.-p. 303 LAMPKINS, LARRY B.-p. 303 LANE. MARILYN L.--p. 303 ' ' LANGFORD, LARRY D.-Pershing Rifles, 303 LAlr?ER, MICHAEL T.-Lambda Chi Alp a, p. 3 LANIER, NANCY L.--Alpha Omicron Pi, Social Chairman, Lambda Chi Crescent Club, p. 303 LARGE. MYRA J.-A.C.E., p. 303 LARSEN. ARVED M.-Phi Mu Alpha, 303. LASSITER, RICHARD A.-Phi Mu Alp a, His- torian, p. 303 LATHAM, ANNA F.-p. 303 LATHAM. BILLY D.-p. 303 LATIMER, .JAMES R.-Alpha Gamma Rho, Agriculture Club, p. 304 D LATTA. DALE W.-Alpha Kappa Ps1,'p. 304 LAWLER, MICHAEL K.--Sigma PI, Vice- President, p. 304 LAWRENCE. PHILIP R.-p. 304 LAWRENCE, SANDRA L.-Alpha Phi Gamma, Murray Slate News, Managing Editor, p. 304 LAWRENCE, WAYNE K.-Alpha.PhI Gamma, Maya? Stale News, Editorial Assistant, Editor, D. LEE. DONALD H.-Varsity Baseball, p. 304 LEHMANN. MICHAEL-Soccer Team, Intm- mural Softball, p. 304 LEMONDS. ALICE J.-Alpha Chi, Math Club, S.A.A.C.S., Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, p. 304 LEPONARD6 JAMES L.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa i: n. 3 4 LEUER, WILLIAM M.-Phi Beta Lambda, American Management Assoc., Intramural Sports, p. 304 LEWANDOSKI, ADAM T.-Varsity Soccer and Football, M Club, p. 304 LEWIS, BARRY M.- . 304 LILLY, LINDA T.-03eta Beta Beta, Alpha Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary, Mem- bership Chairman, Baptist Student Union, Home Economics Club, Intramural Volleyball, Powderpufl' Football, p. 304 LINDHEIMER. FRED W.-Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, p. 304 LINDOUIST. SANDRA J.-S.N.A.K., p. 304 LINDSEY. BARBARA J.-A.C.E., p. 305 LOCKWOOD. JANICE L.-Sigma Delta, Vice- President, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Varsity Cheer- leader, Dorm Council, Vice-President, Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart, R.O.T.C. Company Sweetheart, p. 305 LONG. BRUCE O.-Sigma Chi, American Mar- keting Assoc.: Phi Beta Lambda, p. 305 LONG. MARILYNN Y.-p. 305 LOOKOFSKY, MARINELEN-Kappa Delta, Sigma Alpha Iota: p. 305 LOUDERBACK. DOUGLAS A.-p. 305 LOVETT. LARRY D.-p. 305 LUCIANO. CAROLINE C.--p. 305 LUCIANO. PETER R.-Alpha Tau Omega, In- terfraternity Council, Historian, President-68X 69: Intramural Football, p. 305 LUSK, MICHAEL J.-Alpha Phi Omega, p. 305 LUTHER, CAROL A.-Kappa Omicron Phi, Kappa Delta, p. 305 LYLES, DANNY R.-p. 305 LYLES, RUSSELL L.--Alpha Tau Omega, Psi Chi: D.W.I. Club, p. 305 LYNN. ANITA F.-Alpha'Chi, Phi Alpha Theta, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities: p. 305 LYNN, ROBERT K.-Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, p. 305 LYON, JIM-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 305 M MACK. VIRGINIA K.-p. 305 MADDOX, JEANNE J.-Kappa Pi, Alpha Gam- ma glgglta, First Vice-President, Dorm Council, D. MADISON. DAVID N.-Phi Mu Alpha, p. 305 MAESS. ROBERTA Y.-S.N.E.A.: p. 305 MAGLIOLA. ROBERT P.-p. 305 MAINE. ERNEST O.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ep- silon Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Club, p. 305 MAIONE, JOSEPH A.-p. 305 MAJOR, CONSTANCE D.-Kappa Omicron Phi, 19. 305 MAKOCZY, FREDRICK-Sigma Delta, Chap- lain, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Historian, p. 306 MALCHOW, GLENN R.-Psi Chi: Pi Kappa Alpha, D. 306 MLAKEIS, WALTER D.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, p. MALOOIEE, JANICE-Sigma Sigma Sigma, A.C.E., p. .1 MANN. FAIRRA M.-p. 306 MARGOWSKI-. IOHN L.-Sigma Pi, p. 306 MARSH. CARRY R.-p. 306 - MARTIN. ROBERT K.-Accounting Honor So- caesty, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi, p.. 3 MARUCA, MARTHA H.-Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Parliamentarian, Phi Beta Lamb- da. Secretary, Alpha Lambda Delta, p. 306 MARUCA. MICHAEL A.-Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta, M-Club, Football, p. 306 MARX, ARTHUR L.-Alpha Phi Omega, Psi Chi, p. 306 MESRS, THOMAS G.-Alpha Kappa Psi: p. MASTROPAOLO, MICHAEL A.-Tau Kappa Epsilon: p. 306 MATI-IEWS, THOMAS O.-Alpha Phi Gamma: Murray State News Staff: Young Republicans Club: p. 307 MATHIS, REGINA M.-Baptist Student Union: W.A.A.: Sociology Club: A.C.E.: p. 307 MAYBERRY, CHARLES T.-Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: Sigma Pi Sigma: p. 307 MAYlgfEglRY, KAREN F.-Alpha Lambda Delta: p. MQJXQES, JERRY W.-Inter-Collegiate Debate: p. MEEKS. JOYCE-p. 307 MEILINGER. RICHARD G.-p. 307 MELHORN, RICHARD A.-Alpha Phi Omega: Young Republicans Club: International Re a- tions Club: p. 307 MELTON, RAYLENE-p. 307 MENNIE, JOEL J.-Intramural Football: p. 307 MERRY, ROBERT M.-Industrial Education Club: p. 307' MERVIS, GARRY I.-p. 307 MESSEL, LINDA S.-Kappa Delta Pi: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: , ' .- igfma igma igmiag A.C.E.: p. 307 MICK, PAUL E.-Sigma Chi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Alpha Phi Gamma: SHIELD Staff: p. 307 MILES, ROBERT J.-p. 307 WILLIAM A.-Phi Beta Lambda: p. MgI.J.g.ER, ALFRED L.-Seabbard 8: Blade: p. MILLER, ARCHIE C.-p. 307 MILLER. BILLY R.-Agriculture Club: p. 307 MILLER. EUGENE R.-p. 307 MILLER, EVELYN E.-Phi Alpha Theta: Pi Omega Pi 307 MILLER, JCIIN G.-Phi Beta Lambda, Presi- dent: American Marketing Assoc.: p. 307 MILLIGAN, KENNETH H.-Alpha Tau Omega, President: Marketing Club: Senior Class Presi- dent: Student Council, Representative, Vice- President: p. 308 MILLS. JAMES E.-Sigma Nu: p. MINOR, WILLIAM D.-p. 308 MITCHAM, TOM D.-Epsilon Pi MISEIHELL, MARY E.-A.C.E.: MOFFIH. SHARON B.-p. 308 MIEZJELER, MOLLY M.-W.A.A., MOORE, CHARLES R.-p. 308 MOORE, LEE R.-p. 308 MQJQRE, WALTER J.-Basketball MOREHEAD. ALETA R.-p. 308 MOREY. RUSSELL L.-Marketing MORGAN, JAMES H.-Young Rep 308 Tau: p. 303 S.N.E.A.: p. Secretary: p. Manager: p. Club: p. 308 ublicans Club: Dorm Council. Secretary, Treasurer: p. 308 MORGAN, KAREN D.-p. 308 MORRIS, EDMUND A.-Sigma Pi: p. 308 MORRIS. JEANNINE E.-p. 308 MORRIS, PHLLIP N.-p. 308 MORRIS, WILLIAM C.-S.A.A.C.S.: p. 308 MORSKI. FRANK S.-p. 308 MORTON. JOANN L.-p. 308 MOSELEY, CURTIS L.-p. 308 MOSGROVE, MARSHA A.-Alpha Sigma A1- pha:8Internationa1 Relations Club, Secretary: . 30 MIOSHEN, JEROME M.-Caving Club: p. 308 MOYE, WILLIAM N.-Sigma Chi: p. 308 MOYNAHAN, JOHN P.-Alpha Phi Gamma: p. 309 MUELLER, JACQUELINE A.-Alpha Sigma Alpha: p. 309 MULKJEY, WILLIAM A.-Alpha Gamma Rho: p. 3 9 MULLINS. NANCY C.-Student Government, Senior Class Representative: Class Assembly: Lecture Chairman: Sigma Sigma Sigma: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: Pikettes: A Cappella Choir: p. 309 MUMFORD, PAM A.-Alpha Omicron Pi: Al- nha Beta Alpha: p. 309 MUNI. DAVID M.-D. 309 MUQRDAY, MARY L.-A.Cl.E.: S..N.kE.A.: p. 3 MURPHY. NANCY W.-Delta Lambda Alpha: Sigma Sigma Sigma: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: . 309 MURPHY. WAYNE D.-Sigma Nu: p. 308 MURRAY. BARBARA A.-Newman Club: Sil- ver Stars Drill Team: W.A.A.: p. 309 MURRAY, JOHN G.-Radio Center News Di- rector: u. 309 MYERS, KENNETH R.-Tau Kappa Epsilon: p. 309 MYKILL, PAUL W.-p. 310 MCCALL. JAMES T.-Phi Beta Lambda: Mar- ketinfl Club: p. 310 McCARTY. EDWARD L.-p. 310 McCARCYER, MICHAEL D.-Alpha Tau Omega: p. 31 McCONNELL, JAMES A.-p. 310 McCORKLE. MARGARET A.-p. 310 MCCORMICK. JOHN J.-Tau Kappa Epsilon: Intramural Track: Cross Country: p. 310 MCCSJISTON, DONALD L.-Epsilon Pi Tau: p. 3 MCCULLOUGH, TERRY J.-American Market- ing Assoc.: Marketing Club, Otlicer: Intramural Sports: Baseball: Student Senate: 310 MCDOIFJALD, JANE M.-Alpha micron Pi: D. 31 McDONALD, JANET S.-Alpha Delta Pi, First Vice-President: A.C.E.: W.A.A.: p. 310. . MCDONALD, WILLIAM G.-Sigma Phi Epsi- lon: p .310 McENTEE, RICHARD C.-Dean's List: Young Rqpublican Club: Newman Club: Euclidean Club: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer: In- tramurals: p. 310 McGILL, SHEILA A.-p. 310 MCGOVERN, JOHN F.-American Marketing Assoc.: p. 310 McGOVERN, VICTORIA W.-Pi Phi Delta: Who's Who in American Junior Colleges: p. 310 MCGRATH, TIM V.-Lambda Chi Alpha: In- tramurals: p. 311 MCGRIARTY, ANTHONY T.-p. 311 MCHANEY, JULIA A.-p. 311 MCKENNA, PATRICK J.-p. 311 McKINNEY, DONALD E.-p. 311 MCKINNEY, MICHAEL-Young Republicans Club, President: Dorm Council President: Ag- riculture Club: Delta Delta Tau: Dorian Order: p. 311 MCLELLAND, DENNIS J.-Track Team: p. 311 MEIVIAHAN, MILTON-Alpha Gamma Rho: p. McMANAMY, PATRICK-M.I.D.C., President: p. 311 McMINOWAY, MICHAEL W.-National Young Republican Committee Chairman: p. 311 MCMQRRIES, EUGENE-Alpha Gamma Rho: p. MCNAMARA, PEGGY J.-p. 311 McNEAL, KATHLEEN-p. 311 MCNEELY, ROY L.-International Relations Club: p. 311 MCNEILL, JEAN E.-S.N.E.A.: Silver Stars Dril3lllTeam: Big Sister Program: Dames Club: D. MCNICHOLS, TERRY L.-p. 311 N Nlg1f.iL, DANNY M.-Alpha Gamma Rho: p. NANCE, STEVEN L.-Sigma Chi: p. 311 NEILL, TERRY A.-Phi Delta Theta: p. 311 NELSON, SANDRA L.-Sea Mists: p. 311 NESMITH, DENZIL-p. 311 NESS, RONALD L.-Sigma Phi Epsilon: p. 311 NEWCOMER, JOANNE-Phi Beta Lambda: S.N.E.A.: W.S.G.A. Representative: Dorm Council: p. 311 NICHOLS, JAMES G.-Sigma Nu: p. 311 NICHOLSON. JOE S.-p. 312 NIPP, DEANNA L.-A.C.E.: p. 312 NOVELLO, THOMAS F.-Marketing Club: Intramural Sports: p. 312 NOVITSKY, JAMES A.-Soccer Team: Tennis Team . 312 NUTTER? JOHN T.-p. 312 O OAKLEY, BRENDA J.-Kappa Omicron Phi: Delg12Lambda Alpha: Home Economics Club: p. OAKLEY, KENNETH E.-Sigma Chi: p. 312 O'BRIEN, DIANE M.-A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: New- man Club: p. 312 OIBRIEN, JAMES M.-Sigma Chi: p. 312 OGATA, EVELYN J.-Pi Omega Pi: Phi Beta Lambda: p. 312 OGLE, ROBERT I-I.-Scabbard 8: Blade: Pi Kappa Alpha: Advanced R.O.T.C.: Outstand- ing Advance Corps Cadet of Kentucky: p. 312 OLDHAM, LARRY D.-p. 312 OLIGER, SUSAN-A Cappella Choir: p. 312 OLIVER, KENNY L.-International Relations Club: p. 312 OLIVER, TOMMY L.-p. 312 OLSEN, HERBERT D.-S.N.E.A.: p. 312 OLSON, DEANNA K.-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Re- cording Secretary: Sigma Alpha Iota, President: p. 313 OMAR, MARGARET-Alpha Omicron Pi: S.N.A.K.: D. 313 OMER, WILLIAM K.-Alpha Phi Omega: p. 313 OUTLAND, CHARLES H.-Alpha Phi Omega: Industrial Education Club: p. 313 OUTLAND, MAX L.-Epsilon Pi Tau: p. 313 OWENS. JUETT M.-p. 313 OVLELEY, JERRY L.-Alpha Gamma Rho: p. P PAGE, BE'I'I'YE J.-S.N.A.K.: p. 313 PAGE, ROSEMARY A.--Home Economics Club: S.N.E.A.: Dorm Council: Baptist Student Union: p. 313 PAHL. CHARLES B.-Alpha Phi Omega: Gam- ma Theta Upsilon: p. 313 PALA. STEVE H.-p. 313 PALASKY, ANTHONY J.--Industrial Education Club: K.I.E.A.: A.I.A.A.: p. 313 PALLO, KEVIN G.-Industrial Education Club: Ky. Industrial Education Assoc.: p. 313 PARK. GARY D.-p. 313 I PARKER, CARLTON N.-Sigma Chl: Alpha Kappa Psi, Treasurer: Accounting Honor So- ciety, Vice-President: Gamma Beta Phi: Asst. Editor of '68 Si-rnzto: Editor of '69 Sx-nano: Young Democrats Club, Treasurer: p. 313 411 fs PARKER, J. FREDERICK-Pi Kappa Alpha: p. 313 PARKER, JANIE L.-Alpha Chi: A.C.E.: p. 313 PARKER, LARRY W.-p. 313 PARKER, MAX W.-p. 313 PARKER, PAULA W.--Accounting Honor So- ciety: p. 313 PARKER, SUZANNE K.-A.C.E.: p. 313 I PARKER, WILLIAM A.-Alpha Kappa Psi: Euclidian Math Club: p. 313 PA5RgV1LEY, WILLIAM A.-Sigma Pi Sigma: p. 1 PARRENT, BONNIE L.-Pi Omega Pi: p. 313 PARROTT , THOMAS A.-p. 314 PASCHALL, CHERRIE G.-Alpha Beta Alpha: A.C.E.: S.N.E.A.: p. 314 ' PASCHALL, MARY B.-Pi Omega Pi: Baptist Student Union: p. 314 PATTERSON, LOYD W.-Sigma Chi: p. 314 PATTERSON, SHARON-Sigma Sigma Sigma: Sigma Delta: Sweetheart of Sigma Chi: p. 314 PA3YXLUK.IEWICZ, CHUCK-Sigma Chi: p. PEELER, JIM-Lambda Chi Alpha: p. 314 PELLEGRINO, RAYMOND-Pi Omega Pi: p. 14 PERKINS, JOAN A.-Kappa Omicron Phi: Home Economics Club: p. 314 PERRY, KENNETH L.-Industrial Education Club: Ky, Industrial Education Assoc.: Sigma Phi Epsilon: p. 314 PERRY, MARCA S.-p. 314 PERRY. REBECCA J.-p. 314 PERSIANI. DAMON E.-p. 315 PETERS. ROBERT L.-p. 315 PETRO. PHLLIP E.-Tau Kappa E silon: In- tramural Sports: Soccer Team: p. 3l,5 PEYTON. LINDA L.-p. 315 PHILPOT. LOVANN-p. 315 PICKERING. RICHARD V.-p. 315 PIERCE, DERONDA C.-Phi Beta Lambda: Marketing Club: Soccer Club: p. 315 PIERSON. MARGARET E.-p. 315 PIGG. ROBERT M.-Industrial Education Club: A.I.A.A.: Vets Club: p. 315 PISCOPO, JOSEPH F.-p. 315 PITTMAN. MARGARET A.-Alpha Chi: Bap- tist Student Union: Dorm Council: Interna- tional Relations Club: p. 315 PLA'I'I'. ROBERT A.-Tau Kappa Epsilon: p. 315 PQIEWSKI. GENE C.-Lambda Chi Alpha.: p. POE. RANDALL-Accounting Honor Society: '69 S1-new Business Manager: '68 Smem Asst. Business Manager: Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary: Director of Public Relations: p. 315 POE. 'RODNEY-Alpha Kappa Psi. Historian: Baptist Student Union, Vice-President, Presi- dent: p. 315 POLK. LINDA S.-p. 315 POPE. BARBARA S.-p. 315 POPE. WILLIAM C.-p. 315 PORTER. RONALD L.-p. 315 POTTER, IVAN C.-Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice-President: Geography Club: International Relations Club: Russian Club: Young Demo- crats Club: Rangers: p. 315 POTTS. DENNY I.-Sintma Chi: p. 313 POTTS. ROBERT D.-Alpha Kappa Psi: p. 315 POWELL. GAYLON N.-p. 315 PRICE. SHARON D.-p. 315 PRINCE. RALPH C.-A.C.E.: p. 316 PRITCHETT. TERRY S.--Sock 8: Buskin: Dorm Council, Vice-President. President: Radio Cen- ter Communicator: U.C.M. Council, Treasurer, Secretary: Miss Murray State, 19685 P, 316 PUGLIESE. RICHARD J.-p. 316 Q QUEEN, WILLIAM S.-p. 316 R RADFORD, SIBYL A.-p. 316 RAGSDALE, RONNIE V.-Alpha Chi: Sigma Pi Sigma: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: p. 316 RAMQSSE. DONALD W.-Industrial Arts Club: p. RAMIXZRAU, PATRICK H.-Sigma Phi Epsilon: p. RANDALL. JAMES L.-Sociology Club: p. 316 RAQUE, JAMES E.-Sigma Chi: Young Re- publicans: p. 316 RAY, EDWIN E.-Wildlife Society, President: p. 316 RAYBURN. JAY D.-Alpha Tau Omega, Presi- dent: n. 316 RAYMOND. JEAN A.-Silver Stars: p. 316 RAYBURN, MARY I.-Gamma Beta Phi: Alpha Beta Alpha: Sigma Delta: p. 316 READER. ROBERT N-Sigma Delta: Alpha Phi Omega: Srahbard 8: Blade: p. 316 . REAG8Agl. ELREBA-Dames Club: Pi Omega Pl: REIAGAN. STEPHI-:N R.-Accounting Honor sq- cietv: Track Team: Alpha Kappa Psi, Presi- dent: D. 316 RECTOR. DAVID-Sigma Chi. President: p. 316 REDDICK. TOMMY L.-Alpha Gamma Rho: D. 316 REED. PAULETTE J.-A.C.E.: p. 316 REEDER. LARRY D.-p. 316 REES. CAROLYN A.-p., 316 REICHERT, NANCY D.-p. 316 REISING, JAMES A.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. 6 REISS, DONALD L.-Phi Mu Alpha, p. 317 RENO, LARRY W.-p. 317 CHARDSON, SHERRY L.-Beta Beta Beta, pha Sigma Alpha, p. 317 RCHERSON, BRENDA S.-Pi Omega Pi, S.N.E.A., W.S.G.A., Dorm Council, Baptist Student Union, p. 317 161555, cLAUD1Us N.-Alpha Phi Alpha, p. RILEY, RONALD G.-Industrial Arts Club, iSigma Chi, p. 317 RINGO. MARY T.-Sock SL Buskin, Secretary, Dorm Council, A.C.E., . 317 RINYU, MIKE-S.A.A.C.Si., p. 317 RIPPERDAN, ANGELA-Alpha Chi, Psi Chi, Beta Lambda, W.S.G.A. Representative, p. ROBERTS, BETSY R.-p. 317 ROBERTS, BRENDA A.-p. 317 ROBERTS, JOSEPH M.-Lambda Chi Alpha, Radio Staff, p. 317 ROBERTSON, DARRELL R.-p. 318 RCQEZERTSON. GARY W.-Phi Mu Alpha, p. RODGERS. ROBERT W.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Euclidian Math Club, p. 318 RODIQRY, SAUNDRA S.-Alpha Omicron Pi, p. ROGERS, JAMES L.-p. 318 ROHAN. KEVIN B.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, . 318 RQELMAN, CHARLOTTE J.-Kappa Bi, p. ROMANI. RON R.-Sigma Chi, M.S.U. Bas- ketball, p. 318 ROSE, JANET C.-Sigma Delta, p. 318 ROSIER, JAMES B.-p. 318 ROSKELLY. MICHAEL-Sigma Chi, p. 318 ROSS. JAMES W.-Sigma Phi Epsilon, p. 318 ROUTH, CONNIE E.-Alpha Omicron Pi, S.N.A.K., D. 318 ROUTH. WILLIAM F.-Sigma Pi, p. 318 ROWLAND. DONNA C.-Pi Omega Pi, Alpha Chi: p. 318 ROWLAND, ROBERT C.-p. 318 ROWLAND, RUTH E.-o. 319 RUANGKANCHANASETR. KAMCHAI-p. 319 RUBIN. EILEEN J.-S.N.E.A., p. 319 RUCHTI. KAY L.-Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Vice- Presldent, Rush Chairman, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Secretary, Home Economics Club, Who's 1:91150 in American Colleges and Universities, p. RUDOLPH. RICHARD D.-Kappa Delta Omi- gxign, Alpha Gamma Rho, Agriculture Club, p. RUEHL. KENNETH E.-Pershing Rifles, p. 319 RUFF. LARRY G.-Sigma Pi, p. 319 RUNl:?lI6E. MICHAEL T.-Lambda Chi Alpha, D. RUNYON. BARRY E.-p. 319 RUSCHIVAL. ADAM-Phi Mu Alpha, p. 319 RUTH, BRIAN E.-Newman Club, p. 319 RYAN, TOMMY-Alpha Tau Omega., p. 319 S SAI'ITA, D. ANTHONY-p. 319 SAFFER. THOMAS E.-Psi Chi, p. 319 SALMON. LARRY J.-p. 319 SAMFORD, LINDA G.-A.C.E., p. 319 SANDERS, HIRAM D.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. 319 SANDERS. M. KAY-Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club, Treasurer, p. 319 SAENSDERSON, CLIFTON B.-German Club, p. SANDUSKY. LYNN-p. 319 SANDSUQSKY, MARSHALL V.-Alpha Phi Alpha, D. SANTORE. MICHAEL S.-p. 319 SARCONE, SALVATORE F.-p. 319 SARRETT. TERRY A.-A.C.E., p. 319 Saga., FRANK R.-Psi Chi, Sociology Club, p. SAWYFIR, KAREN L.-A.C.E., p. 320 SCALISE. LORRAINE F.-Silver Stars. Captain, Dorm Council: Newman Club, A.C.E., p. 320 SCHISSLER. ROBERT J.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sociolmrv Club: u. 320 SCHLATTER. SANDRA A.-A.C.E., p. 320 SCHMIDT, DENNIS A.-Phi Beta Lambda, Sigma Pi: D. 320 SCHNEIDER. ANN-Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Sigma Si a. President: Whois Who in American Colgges and Universities: n. 320 SCHNEIDER. WILLIAM W.-p. 320 SCHUELER. EDWARD T.-p. 320 SCI-IUELER. SUE H.-p. 320 SCO'l'I'. DAVIS L.-p. 320 SCOTT. IOHN R.-D. 320 SCRUGGS. BRENDA G.-D. 320 SEDLT-TR. KAY D.-D. 320 SEDLFR. PAITT,'W.-n. 320 SEGREE. T01-IN D.-Pi Kanpa Alpha, p. 320 SERMON BE'I'I'Y I.-p. 321 SEYMORE. IAMES L.-Ensilon Pi Tau. Presi- dent' Industrial Education Club: D. 321 SHANER. DAVID R.-Phi Mu Alpha, n. 321 SHARP. PATRICIA B,-Alpha Gamma Delta, p. 321 SHAW. GEORGE B.-Pi Kanna Alpha, D. 321 SHAY. EDWARD H.-Tau Karma-Epsilon, His- torian, Chaplain, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Kappa Pi Pledge Class President, Pledgemaster,'Dorm Council, p. 321 ' SHAY. THOMAS W.--Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 321 SHEFFER, KATHLEEN M.-if. 321 SHEMWELL. GLENDA J.- .B.E.A., 321 SHELTON, DELORES A.-A.C.E., p. 3 1 SHEPPARD. ROBERT K.-p 321 SHERERTZ, RALEIGH H.-p. 321 SHERERTZ, SUSAN H.--p. 321 SI-IEIQRILL, WILLIAM D.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. SHIPP, LINDA-Sigma Kappa, Social Chairman, W.A.A., S.N.E.A., Young Democrats Club, Yearbook Staff, A.C.E., p. 321 SISISUSE, LYNDA N.-A..C,.E.,'S.N.E.A., p. SHZWN, ARTHUR D.-Industrial Arts Club, p. 3 SHOWN, CARRIE M.-p. 321 SHREDER, WILLIAM B.-p. 321 SIQEJIFFETT, LARRY E.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. SIEDLECKI, ALBERT 321 SIKORSKI, NATALIE A.- ewman Club, p. 321 SILVIS. GARY J.-Lambda Chi Alpha, . 321 SIMCOX, HARRY K.-International Relations Club, Sociology Club, p. 321 SINKLER, GENE L.-Epsilon Pi Tau, p. 322 SINKLER, VICKI A.-p. 322 SINQUEFIELD, HARITOM-Rifle Team, S.N.- E.A., p. 322 SKEES, JAMES M.-P. 322 SLIGAR, SANDRA K.-p. 322 SMILEY, WILLIAM R.-p. 322 SMITH, BRADFORD-Alpha Psi Omega, . 322 SMITH, CHARLES S.-Sigma Pi, S.A.iC.S., Dorm Council, p. 322 SMITH, DAVID A.-p. 322 SMITH, ERNEST W.-p. 322 SMITH, GEORGE E.-p. 322 SMITH. KENNETH-p. 322 SMITH. LARRY G.- . 323 SMITH. LINDA C.-X.C.E., . 323 SMITH. LOUIS C.-Kappa Alpha, p. 323 SMITH. MARTIN W.-p. 323 SMITH, NANCY C.-p. 323 SL':1,l?'31'H, RICHARD F.-Alpha Gamma Rho, p. SMITH, RICHARD J.-I.F.C., Secretary, Sigma Nu, Advanced R.O.T.C., p. 323 SMITH, SHARON D.-Psi Chi Associate Mem- ber, p. 323 SMITH. SONJA-p. 323 SMOTHERMON, RICHARD E.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. 323 SNEED, ELLEN K.-Pi Phi Delta, Reader's Theatre, A Cappella Choir, Debate Team: Baptist Student Union, p. 323 SNIDER. KATY L.-p. 323 SOLOMON, JAMES S.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Stu- dent Government, Representative, President, Radio Center Board. Director, Industrial Edu- cation Club, Phi Beta, Lambda, Sociology Club, gggdent Member M.S.U. Board of Regents, p. SOLOMON, NANNETTE-Alpha Gamma Delta, D. 323 SOLOMON, WILLIAM H.-Sigma Chi, p. 323 SOMIQQER. MITCHELL F.-Alpha Tau Omega, D. SOSA. .IOSE R.-Soccer Team, Student Govern- ment: o. 323 SPAGQOLO, JOSEPH S.-S.N.E.A., Treasurer, D. SOWERS. THOMAS R.-p. 323 SPADAFINO, NICK J.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Track Team: D. 323 SPARKS. DAVID G.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Presi- dent, Secretary: Sophomore Class Vice-Presi- dent: Junior Class President, Senior Class President: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: I.F.C. Member, p. 323 SPECKMAN. LINDA A.-D. 323 SPELLINGS. CRAIG B.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. SPJSSELAND. CHRYSANDRA-Alpha Chi, p. SPRING!-TR. HARVEY I.-Soccer Team: D 324 SPRUNGER. TANE--Sigma Sivma Sigma, Fresh- man Representative: Sophomore Representative, Student Government Secretary, Alpha Lambda Delta, German Club, International Relations Club: n. 324 SOUAXLLACE. JOSEPH A.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, n, 4 STSILEY. MICHAEL J.-Agriculture Club, p. STALION. RALPH V.--Agriculture Cllub, p. 324 STAPLETONI. MITCHELL L.-D. 324 STARK. THOMAS A.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 324 STASKO. VICTORIA H.-D. 324 STATILIANI RICHARD L.-p. 324 STELIQATO. GERALD J.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, rv. 3 4 STENECK. WAYNE P.-Scahbarrl R Blade, Vice- Presid'-nt: Wildlife Sfvcietv: D. 324 STFPOWANV. CHRISTINE M.-p. 324 STERN. STEPHEN A.-p. 324 STERNBERG. DAN C.-p. 324 STEVENS. BOBBIE S.-Delta Lambda Alpha, University Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota, p. 324 49.1 l ii A A ADA SIQIEXENS, CONNIE J.-A.C.E., S.N.E.A., p. STEVENS, IRL B.-p. 324 STEVENS. LUCY J.-p. 324 ' STEVENS. MARK W.-Wildlife Society, p. 324 STEVENSON, TARA D.-p. 324 STINNETTE, KENNETH L.-Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Beta Lambda, Accounting Honor Society, 324 p. STOCKS, JAMES R.-Alpha Phi Alpha, Varsity Basketball, M.I.D.C., p. 324 STORY, CHARLES S.-Alpha Tau Omega, Al- pha Phi Gamma, p. 324 STOVER, BARBARA A.-p. 324 STRAND, CONSTANCE A.-Alpha Delta Pi, Philanthropic Chairman, United Campus Min- istry, p. 325 STRODE, SARAH L.-Sigma Alpha Iotag A Cappella Choir, p. 325 STROUSE. FREDDIE J.-p. 325 STUM. KENNETH R.-p. 325 I STURM. PHILIP R.-Tau Kagpa Epsilon, Al- ha Phi Omega: SHIELD Sta , Murray State News Staff, . 325 SUMMERS, IEOBERT A.-Epsilon Pi Tau, p. 325 SUMNER. PHILIP L.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. 325 SUMNER. WILLIAM W.-p. 325 SWANSON. JACQUELINE A.-Alpha Chi, Al- pha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Sock 8: Buskin, Alpha Beta Alpha, A.C.E.: p. 325 SWEARINGEN. DIANE L.-Alpha Omicron Pi, Special Education Club, p. 325 SWOBODA, GILBERT R.-Sigma Nu, p. 325 SYKES. JAMES M.-p. 325 SYKES, V. MAXINE-iz.. 326 TANNER, RICHARD L.-p. 326 TAYLOR, ROBERT T.-Epsilon Pi Tau, Indus- trial Education Club, p. 326 TAYLOR. WILLIAM C.-p. 326 THOMAS. DANIEL L.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sifzma Delta, p. 326 THOMAS. HENRIETTA V.-Alpha Gamma gifs, Dames Club, Home Economics Club, p. THOMAS. JOHN W.-p. 326 THOMAS. WILLIAM P.+p. 326 THOMPSON. BILLY R.-p. 326 THOMPSON. JAMES H.-Sigma Pi, p. 326 THOMPSON. SHARI D.-Sea Mists, W.A.A., Phi Beta Kappa, Who's Who in American Col- lggses and Universities, Campus Favorite, p. 3 THQ-,MPSON. STASSEN-Alpha Tau Omega, p. 3 THOMPSON. WILLIAM J.-Scabbard H Blade, o. 326 THORPE. WILLIAM A.-D. 326 THROGMORTON. BARBARA E.-Sigma Alpha Iota: Alpha Omicron Pi, p. 326 THURQZIOND, JAMES D.-Alpha . 3 TIICHENOR, ANNE D.-Silzma M.S.U. Band, AC.E., D. 327 TILI.MAN. LARRY E.-Sigma Tau Omega, Alpha Iota, Chi, Varsitv Football, Captain: Advanced R.O.T.C., p. 327 TINNELL. ANN-Alpha Sigma Alpha, p. 327 TOLIVER, CONNIE L.-Sigma Alpha Iota, A.C.E., n. 327 TONEY, BYRON G.-Phi Mu Alpha, p. 327 TORRFNGA. JOHN S.-n. 327 TORZEWSKI. STEVEN F.-p. 327 TOUQSSTONE. JOHN S.-Scabbard 8: Blade, YT. . TOWEQY. RONALD A.-Industrial Arts Club, n. . TRAINER. HELEN J.-p. 327 TRAVIS, WILLIAM E.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. 327 TREMAINE. ION R.-p. 327 TRENT. PAULA J.-Spanish Club: Silver Stars Drill Team: Dorm Council, p. 327 TREVATHAN. STEVE-Sigma Chi: U. 327 TRIBBLE. P. STEVE-Pi Kapna Alpha, p. 327 TRUNNELL. WILLIAM E.-Tennis Team, p. 377 TURNER. IAMES C.-Industrial Education Club: K.I.E.A.: A.I.A.A.Z D. 327 TURNER. TERRY E.-Epsilon Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Cluh: n. 327 TYNES, PHILLIP L.-u. 327 U UNDERWOOD. MELVIN D.-Kappa Pi, Sig- ma Chi: n. 327 UMBACH. VALERIE-Kappa Delta, Alpha Beta A1-wha: n. 327 UNCWR. CAROLVN S.-Phi Beta Lambda, S.N.E.A.: W.S.G.A. Representative, Dorm Council, p 327 V VANARSDEL. TOM R.-Phi Mu Alpha, Brass Choir, Stage and Marching Bands, Percussion Ens.: n. 327 VAN DOMMELFN, ROELAND J.-p. 327 VANNFTRSON, RUTH A.-rl. 328 VAN SCYOC. GWEN K.-Aloha Omicron Pi, Sr'-efial Education Club: D. 328 VANTREVSE. STEVE A.--D. 328 VAN 7TlIT1ARN TERRY L.-Sigma Pi, p. 328 VEAZEY. NANCY-Sigma Alpha Iota, p. 328 VINIARD, JOE D.-p. 328 VOELPEL, STUART G.-Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, Lambda Chi Alpha, Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society, Who's gglgo in American Colleges and Universities, p. VOYLES, JAMES A.-Tau Kap a Epsilon, Chaplin, Advanced R,O.T.C., p. 3128 W W?gNON, RONNIE G.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. W?g5DROP, MARY J.-Alpha Chi, A.C.E., p. WALKER, JUDITH A.-p. 328 WALKER. SHIRLEY A.-p. 328 WALKER. VICKIE L.-p. 328 WALIQAEZE, ALICIA R.-Alpha Gamma Delta, p. WALLACE, EDDIE L.-p. 323 WALLACE, SANDRA L.-Alpha Omicron Pi' A.C.E., Who's Who in American Colle es and Universities: Cheerleader '65-'67, Alpha Lambda Delta: p. 323 WALLER. BOQBIE W.-p. 328 WALLISER. F ORENCE A.-p. 329 WALLS, CARL D.-p. 329 WARD, GEORGE F.-Epsilon Pi Tau, Indus- trial Education Club, p. 329 WARD, JOE D.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. 329 WARD. MICKEY J.-p. 329 WQJENOCK, DAVID H.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. WQQREN, ROBERT J.-Lambda Chi Alpha, p. WARREN. TIMOTHY S.-p. 329 WATSON, EUGENE-Gamma Theta Upsilon, Gieograpahifg Club, M.S.U. Band, Dorm Coun- ci : p. WAT?g,N, RODNEY L.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. WAYNICK, JOHN D.-Student Aliiliate Ameri- can Chemical Society, p. 329 WEHRMEIER. SHARON-D. 329 WEIR. ALBERT E.-p. 329 WELLS, JERRY M.-Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, p. 329 WELLS, WILLIAM R.-p. 329 WELSH, ROBERT M.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. 329 WELTE. EDWARD R.-Phi Mu Alpha, p. 329 WERDQ-ZR, PAMELA R.-Psi Chi, Vice-President, p. 3 9 WERNQR, MARY B.-Alpha Chi, Pi Phi Delta, p. WERNER, WILLIAM E.-p. 329 WERTZ, RICHARD L.-Kappa Alpha Order: Pershing Rifles, p. 329 WESEIQSJH, DEN M.-Industrial Education Club, p. VVEST, BRENDA A.-p. 329 WESTCOTT, WALTER E.-p. 329 WETZEL, JACK L.-Alpha Kappa Psi, p. 330 WEYERS. DOROTHEA S.-p. 330 WHETSTONE, MARGARET A.-A.C.E.' . 330 Wg-ISBTAKER, STEVEN S.-Pi Kappa Alpiia, p. WHITE. BILL J.-p. 330 WHITE, CECILE-Alpha Beta Alpha, p. 330 WHITE, DONNA M.-Alpha Delta Pi, S.N.E.A., Young Republicans Club, p. 330 WHITE. JACKIE C.-p. 330 WHITE, JOYCE D.-p. 330 WHITE. JUDITH A.--Sigma Alpha Iota, p. 330 WHITIS. DON L.-Phi Mu Alpha, A Cappella Choir: D. 330 WHIJTNEY, PHYLLIS D.-Pi Omega Pi, p. 33 WIGGINS. WILLIAM M.-Kappa Pi, p. 331 WILFORD, VICKI C.-p. 331 WILLETT. MARY A.-A.C.E., p. 331 WILLIAMS, ANNA L.-p. 331 WILLIAMS. HANSON-Pi Kappa Alpha, Base- ball, p. 331 WILLOUGHBY. JUDITH A.-p. 331 WILSON. DALE F.-Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Deita, Scabbard 8: Blade, Intramural Sports, Football '65-'66: C.R.O.W., p. 331 WILSON, DOUGLAS M.--Lambda Chi Alpha, . 331 WILSON, JIMMY Exp 331 WILSON, KENNETH .-p. 331 WILSON, LARRY W.-Intemational Relations Club: p. 331 WILSON, MOLLIE S.-p. 331 WILSON, NAN S.-Aloha Chi, Delta Lambda Aloha: S.N.E.A., p. 331 WIMPLE, MORTON M.-p. 331 WINCIEJ, JENNIFER E.-Alpha Sigma Alpha, 1 Wl,NlgLER, CHARLES F.-Lambda Chi Alpha, . 31 WIDNSLOW, DAVID H.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Cor- responding Secretary, Rush Chairman, Sopho- more Class Treasurer, p. 331 WITHERS, KAREN L.--Dorm Council, p. 331 WITHROW. VERSIL E.-p. 331 WOLF, RICHARD C.-p. 331 I WOLFE, SHERRY D.-Pi Omega Pl, p. 331 WOOD, DONNA S.-p. 331 WOOD. LINDA C.-p. 331 WOODRUFF, LONNIE C.-Alpha Gamma Rho, p. 33 WOOEE, KENNETH P.-Alpha Tau Omega, p. WOODWARD, SANDRA E.-Alpha Omicron Pi: Kappa Pi, D. 332 WOOLFOLK. DEBORAH-Sigma Delta, W.- A.A., p. 332 WQQNE, RODNEY E.-Tau Kappa Epsilon, p. WRONOWSKI. JOSEPH J.-p. 332 WYA'1'I', SHERRY A.-A.C.E., p. 332 WYNN, TOMMY D.-? 332 YQQDELL, VAN C.-Industrial Arts Club, p. YARBRO. JANIS K.-Delta Lambda A1 ha, Alpha Sigma Alpha, S.N.E.A., Special Edliica- tion Club, p. 332 YATES, CLAUDIA J.-A.C.E., p. 332 YATES, TED A.-p. 332 YOUNG, BEVERLY M.-A.C.E., p. 332 YOUNG. CHARLES R.-Veterans Club, Presi- dent, Russian Club, President: United Inde- pendents, Treasurer, German Club, p. 332 YOUNG, EDWARD F.-Agriculture Club, Kap- D3 Alpha, p. 332 YOUNG, LYNN M.-A.C.E., Si a Sigma Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Giill, Home- coimng Queen Finalist, Mis Murmy State Finalist, University Choir, p. 332 YOUNGERMAN. MARY K.-Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society, p. 332 Z ZANETTA, RICHARD-p. 333 ZACKOFF, NICK P.-p. 333 ZIEREN, ADRI B.-p. 333 ZIEREN, JAMES J.-Alpha Tau Omega, Dorm Council, Men's Interdonn Council, p. 333 ZgI5.:I1.INGER, THOMAS T.-Pi Kappa Alpha, p. t' ""'- "F David Sensing: pp. 1-4, 10-11, 12-17, 18-21, 22-27, 42-47, 48-49, 68-72, 75-76, 180- 191, 410-417. David Zatz: pp. 5-9, 28-29, 30-33, 34-37, 38-41, 58-59. Larry Anderson: pp. 73, 91-92. Wilson Wooleyz pp. 18, 50-57, 60-55, 74. Kenneth Wells: p. 244. I All other photographs by Larry Anderson, David Zatz, and contributing photog- raphers. L- I f -5 413 AQ, A - PECIFICATICJNS The 1969 edition of the SHIELD CVolume 45D was printed by the offset lithography process on 424 pages on West Vir- ginia Opaque, basis 80 pound high bulk, by Benson Printing Company, Nashville, Tennessee. 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