Muscatine Community College - Pow Wow Yearbook (Muscatine, IA)
- Class of 1971
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152 COLORADO STREET
FACULTY . . .
STUDENTS . .
Seven-thirty classes are sometimes just a little too early for everybody
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One of the main events of orientation was the bonfire and chicken roast after the mixer
Sophomore officers briefed new students on what would be expected
of them and what they could get away with.
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Weekend activities started early at
MCC when mixers were held on
Thursday nights. Many people found
that they slept so well after the parties
and dances that they never made it to
their early morning classes the next
day. Flashing lights, Lefty and the
Spinners, pounding music, long hair,
the Free Choice, blue jeans, and
sneaking in the back door or else
scrounging up a dollar and a quarter
were all part of the dances, For the
most part everyone had a good time
except the poor suckers who got roped
into picking up the beer cans in the
parking lot after the dance.
A preliminary game with Boone, a
pep assembly, a queen crowned, a
mixer, a party at Izaak Walton, the
Homecoming game with Centerville
and the semi-formal dance all teamed
up to make Homecoming '71 a real
Those who attended some or all of
these activities have memories to last
a lifetime. To help you along, we pro
vide the following pictures--and hope
you enjoy them.
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and still more waiting. But with every step--and with every passing second
it comes closer . . .
That very special Magic Moment . .
IS CROW ED
When a queen is born . . .
And begins her reign over a new year
AND HER CCURT
Helen Bamford Studio
Under the leadership of Coach Lee Wise MCC's
wrestling Indians traveled to eleven different meets
and tournaments and participated in three meets
here in Muscatine. Members of this year's team
were: Steve Birkholder, Pat Greene, Tom Moffett,
John Dotsun, Allen Rose, Ron Ven Horst, Rod
Kleuver, Dan I-Iorras, Chuck See, Ed Berry, David
Kubler, Ken Kranz, Dave Skeevers, and Steve Van
Ernie Galloway--Center Willie Anderson--Guard, Fwd.
Bob Off icer--Guard Rocky Hunt--Forward
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STUDE T COUNCIL
Highlights of this year's
student council were mix-
ers, orientation bash,
Crow concert, and home-
coming, Freshman class of-
ficers are: Tammi Zinger,
Pres., Jeanne Ven Horst,
Vice-Pres., Connie Smith,
Sec., Reena Rasmussen,
Treas., Silvin Reed, Rep.,
Sophomore Class officers
are: Mark Johnston, Pres.,
Ron Clark, Vice-Pres.,
Diane Bunker, Sec,, Beth
Ratcliff, Treas,, Mile
Koester, Rep., Ed Berry,
Rep., Ken Kranz, Rep,
Chorus Steering Committee: Director, Karen S. CowmanQSTANDINGj. SEATED, left to right: Connie Kurringer,
Treasurer, Scott Hendricks, Vice-President, Rodney Weiss, President, Nancy McGill, Secretaryg Sally Bunn,
Student Council Representative.
MCC CHORUS: Director, Karen Cowmang accompanist, Connie Kurriger. ROW 1 fleft to rightj: Dianne Mar-
ley, Sophia Medina, Nancy Ward, Marlyss Winn, Sally Allison, Nancy McGill, Deena Collins, ROW 2: Pa-
tricia McCormac, Mirta Perez, jackie Reed, Renna Rasmussen, Frank Reed, Norm Arn, Bill Rueckert, jim
Newberry. ROW 3: Patricia Tiecke, Claudia Sprouse, Lily Toye, Steve Connor, Terry Nyenhuis, Kent Ober-
mann, David Hanson, Scott Hendricks. ROW 4: Jeannette Mitchell, Sally Bunn, Patricia Proffit, Rodney Weiss,
Ernie Peniston, Ron Clark, Terry Beckey, Ray Bonnichsen,
A busy year was planned by Di-
rector Karen Cowman and the chorus
officers, The main project for the
year was paying for the new blazers
which the chorus acquired. This was
done by holding bake sales every week
Also, the MCC singers--a small group
comprised of chorus members--per-
formed for various local industry and
service club luncheons, In so doing,
they raised a significant amount of
money which was applied toward the
cost of the blazers,
From December 7 to December 21,
the MCC singers were touring. The
Christmas Concert, December 13, was
the start of the tour schedule for the
full chorus, On March 22 and 23, the
chorus traveled to Mason City for the
Iowa junior College Choral Festival.
Above: Sue Platt and Mary Rankins, one of the co-editors, ponder one of the POW WOW's numerous
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Above: Photographer Jim Newberry consults with staff over pictures.
This year's national political campaign, highligh
of the year for most political organizations , campus
YD's busy. Members participated in telephone cam-
paigns and lengthy consultations with their sponsors,
Mrs. Lowthian. Young Democrats were also respon-
sible for the appearance of Ed Mezvinsky, candidate
for U.S. House of Representatives.
YCDU G REPUBLICAN5
Members of Muscatine Community Co11ege's
Young Republican Club also participated in this
years elections. Working with their sponsors, Mr.
Ohlendorf and Mr. Koch, they distributed posters
and conducted a door to door campaign. Y.R. also
was partially responsible for the appearance of
Congressman Fred Schwengel.
Lute Song--in all its splendor and beautiful oriental costuming--as the
production finally appeared.
ask any member of Miss Keel's Play Production
crews! In addition to actors, there are set designers,
costume makers, publicity personnel, make-up
artists, and a host of "extras".
Much work and talent goes into any amateur play--
Work Study involves students in a variety of jobs on
campus. Secretarial work is just one of these.
The Christmas Party is one major event in the yearly life of the Student Iowa State Education Associa
tion--known as SISEA.
Lyxm Schweitzer and her "brood".
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The line-up. Nice pose, Jeanne!
BOTTOM ROW fleft to rightj: Jeanette Mitchell, Ieanne Ven Horst, Midge Lenker. TOP ROW: Sandy Hafner, Annie
Rex, Pam Underwood.
PCDREIGN STUDE TS
This year Muscatine Community College has
played host to five foreign students. Our students
come from a wide variety of places including Africa
and South America. Foreign students take a signifi-
cant role in the life of MCC--as with Genie Shyu,
who played one of the leads in "Lute Song".
ALPHA MU SIGMA
Alpha Mu Sigma is a national organization for
smdents involved in agri-business courses. Muscatine
Community College was one of the first four col-
leges in the nation to have such courses in a voca-
tional-technical program--and the first college in
Iowa. Students are involved in both classroom work
and on the job training. Significant field trips are
also a portion of the overall curriculum.
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W. Floyd Scott, Dean of Muscatine Community College--B.A Cornell College,
M.A., University of Iowag additional graduate work, U. of I.
jock Lockridge--B.S., Central Mo. State Collegeg M.A.,
Central Mo. State College
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BOARD OP DIRECTGRS
Board of Directors, Eastern Iowa Community College District.
Merle Strouse--board member from the Muscatine area ponders a
point of interest at regularly scheduled board meeting
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Dr. Orville Carnahan--President E.I.C.C.
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Pete Rewalt--B.S. Northeast Missouri Stateg M.A., Northeast Missouri State
Wayne Sterrett--B.S., Northeast Mo. Stateg M.A., Northeast
Mo. Stateg Additional work, Loyola Univ.g I11. State Univ.
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Mrs. Myrtle Hecht--secretary for Dean Scott Linda Lichtenwald--secretary for Mr. Lockridge
Deanna Raub--offi ce secretary
Mrs. Marie Roggeveen
Mrs. Mildred Wiegard--office sec.
'Thomas Hanifan--B.A., Northern Illinois Universityg M.A., Northern Illinois Universityg addi
tional work, U. of I.
Loren Stoneman--B.S., Northwest Missouri State Collegeg addi-
tional work, George Peabody--Kansas State Teachers College
Keith W. Larson--B.A., Univ. of Iowag MA., Univ.
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Robert Lehrman--B.A., Tufts Univ.g M.F.A., University of
Carol Lowthian--B.A., University of Delawareg M.A., Univer-
sity of Pe nn.
Carol Forte--B.F.A., Univ. of South
Dakotag M.A., Univ. of Iowag addi-
tional work, U. of I.
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Katharine Phillips- -B.A., Free University of
Paralee Norman--B.A., University of Missourig M.A., Drake Berling M.A., Free University of Berling addi-
Universityg additional work, University of Iowa tional work, England, France, and Scotland
Sally J. Ihne--A.B., Western Col-
lege for Womeng M.A., University
of Wyomingg additional work, Ox-
Ken Nordstrom- -B.A. Augustana College' - - - -
M.S. Ed., Northern Ill,. University , izljnunlverslty and Umverslty of
Nancy Keel--B.A., Wartburg Col-
legeg M.A., University of Denverg
additional work, Kansas State Uni-
Antonie Madden--B.A., Univ. of Iowa
William Lawes--B.S.M.E., Western Reserve Univer-
sityg M.M., East Carolina Universityg Ph.D., Univer-
sity of Iowa
Catherine R. Miller--B.A., University of Iowag M.A.,
Univ. of Iowag additional work, France, Univ. of
Kansas City, Univ. of Michigan, and Latin America
Karen S. Cowman--B.S., Univ. of Missourig M.A., Univ.
of Missourig additional work, Drake University and
Ron Hansen--B.Ed., Wisconsin Stateg M.S., Univ. of Iowag additional
work, Drake Univ., Univ. of Colorado, Univ. of Oregon, and Univ. of
Terry N. Bullock--B.S., Northwest Mo. Stateg M.A., Univ. of Arkansasg
additional work, U. of Mo., U. of Ill., and Northwestern Univ.
David L. Tjarks--B.A., Bradley Univ.5 M.A.,
Bradley Univ.g additional work, U. of Iowa
Charles J. Rosmann--B.S., Northwest Mo. Stateg
M.A., University of Iowag additional work,
Univ. of Minnesota and Ohio University
Richard Wagner--B.S., Wisconsin State Univ.5
M.A., Univ. of Wis.g additional work, Univ. of
Leonard I. Au11--B.S., Univ. of Notre Dameg M.A., Univ. of
Iowag additional work, University of Iowa
Evelyn Fordyce--B.S., Parsons Collegeg M.A., State Univ.
of Iowag additional work, Univ. of Iowa
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Bill J. Bonnstetter--B.A., Univ. of Northern
Iowag M.A., Univ. of Northern Iowa
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Ierry Gazaway--B.S., Upper Iowag M.S., Brigham Young
Lee Wise--B.A., University of Northern Iowag M.A.,
University of Northern Iowa
Vernon Ohlendorf--B.A. Au stana Collegeg M.A., Univ
Merle H. Ihne, jr.--B.S., Univ. of Wyoming, M.S.,
Univ. of Wyoming, additional work, Univ. of Iowa
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of Iowa, additional work, Texas A. and M., U. of Kansas,
Bucknell Univ., and Argonne Nat. Lab.
Gerhard F. Koch--A.B., Earlham College, M.S.,
Univ. of Iowa, additional work, Iowa State, Reed
College, and U. of Montana
Theodore Allen--B.S., Iowa Wesleyang M.S., Univ. of Iowag
additional work, Utah State, Univ. of Minnesota, and Iowa
Louis M. Swain--B.A., Central Collegeg M.S.,
Kansas State University, additional work, Univ. -.
David Q. Porter--B.S., St. Cloud State C01-
legeg M.M., U. of S. Carolinag additional
work, U. of I., U. of Northern Colorado and
St. Cloud State
Sue Lorber--director of secretarial pool
Kirb Kleffman B S South
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Dakota Univ.5 M.S., lxjlissouri State
Everett L. Clover--B.S., Iowa State Universityg M.S., Iowa State Uni-
Floyd McKibben--B.S., Univ. of South Dakotag
NLS., Western Kentucky Univ.g additional work,
George Peabody College
Walter Mitschele--B.S., Univ. of Missourig M.S.,
Iowa State Univ.g additional work, Iowa State Univ.
and University of Iowa
Ronald I-Iougas--B.S., Univ. of Illinoisg M.Ed.,
Univ. of 111.3 additional work, U. of I. and Univ. of
LeRoy Wiizel--B.S., Iowa State Universityg addi-
tional work, Drake University and Univ. of Iowa
Robert A. Barnes--B.S., Iowa State Univexsityg
additional work, Univ. of Iowa
Beverly Freyermuth--Agri-Business secretary
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The Sophomore class began this year by intro-
ducing the Freshmen to their new school at the
Orientation bash. Taking the lead through the stu-
dent council in the next big event, they sponsored
the Crow Concert with the three groups Crow, Enoch
Smoky, and Mason Proffit.
Although not as large as the Freshmen class they
do a great amount of work. Most of the responsibility
for the various organizations lies with them. In most
cases, it is handled very well making 70-71 to a
very good year.
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Kathy Brown Sheryl Brown Margaret Brugman Eugene Brus
Linda Brus Patt Burr Kay Buser Ann Byrne
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Glen Davidson Bob Davis Sue Denning William DeVore
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Steve Fox Mike Freese Cecil Fuhlman
Mike Gaeta Tomy Gaeta
Harold Gaffey Brian Garrett
Larry Goyer Mike Grady Kim Griesenbrock
Mary Kay Montgomery
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Ron Ve Depo
Ron Ven Horst
Rodney Weiss Anne Wheeler
Tamara White Glenda Winder
Gary Workman Brenda Wynkoop
Freshmen class officers fLeft to Righty: Tammi Zinger, Jeannie Ven Horst, Connie Smith, Renna Rasmussen, Sil
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Jolynn Fisher Randy Flambeau
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Sue Flanders Larry Fowler
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Dave Hubler Gary Hucke Tim Hunter Diane jackson
Karen Kaeding Sarah Kautz Dianna Keig Gary Keppy
Don Khan Kent Kistenmacher Doug Kleckner Steve Klehn
Chris Koehler Foday Kromah Janette Kmriger Frank Lambert
Steve Kolpack Roger Krueger Debbie Lamb Carla Landon
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Bill Van Sickle
Steve Van Waus
Jo Ann Voss
Barbara Williams Phil Williams Gail Wilson
Jim Wolford Marcia Wolford Tom Workman
Tanya Young Bob Zeidler Tammi Zinger
All of us associated with Muscatine Community College were saddened by
the death of one of MCC's Freshmen students, Robert Kaufmann. Bob was born
December 3, 1951 and died in an automobile accident December 27, 1970. He
was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Kaufmann of Wilton.
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