Northeastern State University - Tsa La Gi Yearbook (Tahlequah, OK)

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Ei sw 4 X -1 xv in L ps 'vo - 'Q K in fl A ' , ,V x 3 f .9 ang 3 + , I iiimx A Q is Q- X' yy .1 ,mae A xi 'N fix' 'iv Q, vsnv' ' NM1 ,. ,P- 'pw 1 fable of confenfs orgonizofions honors 712 compus life 136 sporfs 160 foculfy 200 closses 252 epilogue 312 Y Eighteen Hmwfw ggiusf i orgonizofions Nineteen 3,4 Left to right, standing, Sharon Bernardi, Joe Haning, Janet Cook, Charles Randall, Sandra Morgan, Susan Clover, Juanita Sander- son, Tom Eastman, Linda Antle, Mike Staires, Brooks Perryman, David Finch, Larry Caroon, Terry Harrison, Pam Clarkson, Sallie Dietrich, Barbara Eastham, Ralph Hinkle, Louise Gyami, Kay student senate Serving as the major deliberative student body of the college, the Student Senate of 1967-68 asserted itself as a vital force on the campus. Many shifts in officers called for numerous elections. Planning committees for grievances, publicity, and entertainment were formed. Longer dormitory hours for women, more all college dances, the New Christy Minstrels, and a Vietnam Memorial Fund in memory of Northeastern graduates who have given their lives in the war were the major achievements of the year for the Senate. Students danced amidst tinsel, crepe paper, and a large Christmas tree at the annual Christmas Dance. Cummins, Phyllis Burris, Kent McClanahan, Jill Newkirk, Bob Ed- miston. Seated, Linda Crawley, Linda Brown, Mary Malone, Dwight Johnson, Dianna Grattopp, Bill White, Nancy Robertson, Thad Langford, Liz Green, Leah Primeaux, Steve Frye, Cindy Hall. Twenty Ever hopeful candidates for Senate offices put in a last word to voters at the door to the polls. The New Christy Minstrels performed ballads to a packed gymnasium in one of the year's entertainment highlights. Bob Edmiston, Senate president, delivered a Veterans' Day speech that stirred the NSC campus. Twenty one iso lo gi Work, honors, parties, more work, frustration, fulfillment-all marked 1968 for the Tsa La Gi staff. The thrill of honorable mention nationally by Pi Delta Epsilon and a superior rating at the Oklahoma Collegiate Press Association of the 1967 Tsa La Gi spurred staff members. The loss of section editors at mid-term was a blow but replacements and the "stayers" came through with colors flying, even when the sponsor broke her hip the last of April. Susan Clover, co-editor Suzan Greene, co-editor, accepts a plaque for the 1967 Tsa La Gi. .ia .tg F V I PS f 1 " A .ff , , 5 ' Mrs, Mary Catherine James, sponsor Jaree Rainwater, typist Cindy Ashe, honors editor Twenty two Mary Malone, assistant organization editor Kerry Walsh, photographer and art editor F3 -- - .- ,V , ,gy , V V 5, V, ,M ., J?.v3.,, I ' , 5 f fan Q2 ' A , il If if V Don Moore, sports editor , Q3 by Carolyn White, layout Twenty three consultant Pam Ford, faculty editor hi the northeastern The Northeastern received a first class rating from Associated Collegiate Press, moved into new offices, and changed editors at mid-term. The campus newspaper under a new sponsor, Richmond Brown, maintained its high quality of style and news. At the OCPA convention in Stillwater Laurel Kelsey, second semester co-editor, was elected president of OCPA. The newspaper used a Futura headline type and changed to a 3-column floating nameplate for 1968 firsts. Above, Janis Lowrance and Nancy Robertson, first semester co- editors, discuss agenda for staff meeting. Left, Henry Hunt, sports editor, types hot sports news for release. Lower left, Laurel Kelsey and Sadie Cole cast critical eyes on an issue of The Northeastern. Below, Carol Hendrix, second semester editor. 'Q 1:53 'tyaffwa Twenty four Q Front row, left to right, Linda Brown, Mary Jo Tannehill, Glenda Knowles. Second row, Connie Lindesrnith, Richmond Brown, spon- sor, Mike Dowd, Sadie Cole, Don Zimmerman. Third row, Cindy l l 5 is 12 ll if w Ashe, Wayne Stuck, Carol Hendrix, Celia Taylor, Carol Hinkley, xg? C .X it S' . C B MMM, get., fsgfkg st jfnfr CILFIIL' 053 0' Yi XY Q ' XX ff' riff? f N sk 'X lvan Holmes, Henry Hunt, Larry Dobie and Linda Brown and Connie Lindesmith find something by a staff member in a state paper John White at OCPA Convention. about the Northeastern basketball team. Twenty five , lx Left to right, seated, Laurel Kelsey, Sadie Cole, Connie Linde- Fredene Manuel, James Patterson, Glenda Knowles, Wayne Stuck, smith, Nancy Robertson, Linda Brown, Celia Taylor, Sonja Marsh, Carol Hinkley, Carol Hendrix, Don Zimmerman, Ruby Gilbreath, Linda Crawley. Standing, Carolyn White, Pam Ford, Chuck Allen, John White, Cindy Ashe, Ivan Holmes, sponsor, Mary Malone. pi delta epsilon Pi Delta Epsilon, honorary journalism fraternity, yearly sponsors the Miss North- eastern pageant and offers scholarships to outstanding freshman journalism majors. Well-known on campus, the organization sponsored other campus activities such as the Calendar Girl contest, student directories, the sale of job opportunity -f booklets and calendars and a campaign for blazers for the basketball players. Spring and fall initiation of pledges highlight the year for Pi Deltas. The purpose of the organization is to promote journalistic skills in the campus media. iw Left to right, Connie Lindesmlth, Nancy Robertson and Sadie Cole participate in formal initiation of Carol Hendrix. W S Twenty six 'f f. . fl .g..M"f4-M" M 'CGW 3 . X 'H Y 5 1, ,.., Left to right, Nancy Mitchell, Kay Cummins, Phyllis Burris, Brenda James, Sherry Yeargain and Sandra Baty admire the centerpiece and "goodies" before the party. sigma fou delta To encourage campus writing, Sigma Tau Delta, English fraternity, offered cash awards for the best poem, best short story and best essay published in the Phoenix 5. Programs for meetings are discussions of well-known and popular writers. The members look forward to their annual Christmas party each year and to the initiation of new members. To be eligible for membership in the fraternity, a student must maintain an overall grade average of 2.5, a 3.0 average in English, and be studying for a major or minor in English. Twenty SGVBD Left to right, Nancy Mitchell, Peggy Rhinehart, Troy Smith and Phyllis Burris relax after the annual Christmas party. Sharon Williams, sponsor, adds the finishing touches to the Christmas tree. Left to right, first row, Charles Snider, Jo Ellen Rankin, Margaret Lundquist, Bill Snelling, Jan Robinson, Mike lrvin, Ann McKinney, Susan Yeager, Chris Richey, Peggy Smith, Brenda Drevs, Letitia Cole, Tom Stroup. Second row, Kenneth Harp, Gail Karpuk, Charles Brackett, R. J. Williams, Treva King, Linda Nelson, Dennis Mullins, Chuck Ferguson, Connie Cogle, Dennis Simmons, Richard Biby, Gary Garrison, Kathy Waldon, Joe Eaton, Gary Martin, Ronnie Russell, Tom Parham. Third row, Judy Anderson, Marybeth Hodges, Larry Barnett, Harry Fitzgerald, Joe Roach, Danny Jan- away, Jerome White, Tom Bunch, Bobby Howard, Taylor Coker, James Berry, Mike Kelliher, Jeff Barham, Wayne Coon, Mike Arnold, Larry Herron, Bill Newland, Brad Wilson, Adel War, Ouida Whitemore, Tom Tipton, Claudia Horner. Fourth row, John Hudson, Dave Cornelius, Gloria Overlease, Larri Moore, Sandra Mayfield, Frank Knight, Greg Townes, Wally Golding, Allen Harder, Herb Dennis, Larry Hinderer, Marvin Grimes, John Hilligoss, Ed Gre- gorio, Gary Tilson, Larry White, Rex Montgomery, Joe Krause, Bill Kissinger, Walt Sinclair, Ron Carter, Robert Abel, Bill Rauch, Don Farmer, Bob Lovett. Director Lowell Lehman. band 1- Although disappointed by the delayed arrival of new uniforms, the marching band worked hard to perform excitingly and with precision. The uniforms finally arrived and the 89 members wore them for the first time at the Veterans' Day Parade Nov. 11. Another first for the Concert Band was their combining with the Northeastern Singers for a Christmas concert. Lowell Lehman, director, gives last minute instructions. John Hudson, Mike 'Wifi Ready to step out in their new uniforms NSC twirlers are left to right, Mary Beth Hodges, Judy Anderson, Patty Odneal, Kathy Waldon Treva King, Adel War, Adaline Mclntosh. K5 :xxx pd..- N.. K , N ,N ... , 'Na RN mN's. Twenty nine In r,' 'fi if on V' ,Ewa .vaniqa xx X, ' Q 'R 'AQ via E 'Q h5i3f',5"Q' Q Q gm l I 36- -E 9. 145 n -di! 1 ir- M-bi-A 1 J- In Xa 3 -W . Y Although reactivated only two years, Kappa Kappa Psi has worked this year to fulfill its purposes of service to the college band and to the college to stimulate campus leadership. Among its activities have been organization of bands for Homecoming, food sales to earn funds to purchase blazers for the members and pay expenses to the national convention. The fraternity also k sponsored the band for a football trip to Southwestern State College. Kappa Kappa . Psi honors outstanding bandsmen with membership, pledging both first and second semesters. Officers, left to right, Garry Martin, treasurer, Larry Herron, secretary, Walt Sinclair, his- toriang Robert Lovett, vice president, Mike Kelliher, sergeant-at-armsg Don Farmer, president. Left to right, seated, Ken Harp, Larry Hinderer, Charles Snider, Arnold, Tom Parham Tom Stroup Mike Kellrher Larry Herron Walt Dennis Simmons, Joe Krause, John Hudson, Don Farmer, Robert Sinclair, Garry Martin Rex Montgomery Lovett. Standing, Lowell Lehman, sponsor, Bill Newland, Mike ,V .552 1 - iase fitii Q Thirty one music educators notional conference Music Educators National Conference concentrates on giving music students an active membership in a professional organization. The members also develop practical and realistic concepts of music education. Activities include helping with choral festivals and music contests on campus. Bob Ritschel was elected vice president of the Student Music Educators National Conference and Lowell Lehman, band director, was elected sponsor of the state organization. Q 1 5 E Q 5 5 xt Q -s IE if X Es E. gi E Officers are Randy Slinkard, presidentg Bob Ritschel, vice president, and Linda Antle, Student Senate representative. Left to right, seated, Monna McNabb, Linda Antle, Brenda Gwartney. Randy Slinkard, Debbie Walker, Marvin Beach, MeI'ssa Draper, Left to right, standing, Lori Bristol, Lynn Coverstone, Joe Krause, Susan Phillips, Bob Rrtschel, Dr. Ralph Whitworth, c rector. Thirty two I f Left to right, first row, Beverly Bryan, Linda Bond, Kathy Porter, Jean Brad Wilson, Jo Ellen Rankin, Charles Snider, Tom Parham, Bill Nix, Roger Myrick, Debbie Shoff, Linda Vaughan, Florence Emery. Snelling, Jan Robinson, Allan Harder, Lowell Lehman, Mark Cover- Second row, Donna York, Paul Whitworth, Mary Jane Saeger, Letitia stone. Fourth row, Robert Jackson, John Hudson, Frank Knight, Pat Cole, Brenda Drevs, Susan Yeager, Tom Stroup, Evelyn Gravitt, Teague, Mike Kelliher, Larry Herron, Robert Lovett, Bill Rauch, Ethel Grover. Third row, Barbara Romine, Mike Arnold, Bill Newland, Robert Abel, Allen Lawson. Center, Dr. Paul Grover, director. Dennis Mullins, Bobby Scott, Margaret Lundquist, Claudia Horner, Concentrated efforts are Shuvvu by members as they rehearse difficult masterpieces of music. The Northeastern Oklahoma symphony orch- h 1' estra appeared in a new role this year. It combined its talents with the college chorus and the Northeastern Singers in presenting the Christmas portion of Handel's "Messiah" for the annual candlelighting service. ln addition, the forty-four member orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Paul Grover, presented two concerts, one in the fall and one in the spring. The symphony not only provides training for students at the college but also gives staff members and area residents an opportunity to participate in a musical group. Thirty three chorus Uniting their voices once more for the annual Christmas candlelighting service, the chorus deviated from the norm of singing Christmas carols. Dr. Ralph Whitworth directed the chorus in the Christmas portion of Handel's Messiah. The chorus performed for audiences in the spring with the annual spring concert. Dr. Whitworth dlrects the chorus during rehearsal for the candlelighting service. Left to right, first row, Susan Phillips, Lynn Coverstone, Ralph Whit- worth, director, Connie Morrison, Monna Kay McNabb. Second row, Bob Ritschel, Ken Grass, Joe Krause, Bill Newland, Third row, Mary Ackley, Regina Fisher, Penny Blair, lris Coger, Sandra Drake, Diane Robertson, Glenda Spencer, Ray Meldrum, Marvin Beach, David White, John Hilligoss, Mary Ann Rader, Melissa Draper, Tennie Bright, Linda Antle, Joyce Smith, Linda Forrest. Fourth row, Lorraine Bristol, Susan Yeager, Patsy Miller, Jill Newkirk, Senora Mathews, Deborah Johnson, Donna Green, Mary Hardt, Mary Hearn, Carolyn Orr, Michieal Smith, Charles Lockhart, Taylor Coker, David Cupp, Larry Shelton, Greg Towns, Beaver Twist, Jeanette Fisher, Paula Bronaugh, Jo Horn, Linda Thayer, Janet Lowry, Barbara Sellers, Vickie Beauford, Carolyn Smithee, Brenda Gwartney, Fifth row, Carla Knight, Judy Coates, Tina Merritt, Carla Rogers, Nancy Candy, Alice Gill, Helen Edwards, Linda Jones, Ouida Whitmore, Shirley Rhodes, Deborah Walker, Linda Leatherman, Jo Ann Jacobs, Barbara Luckhard, Karen Grubb, Ken Flanery, Tommy Alsop, Randy Slinkard, Johnny Maddox, Lawrence Lane, Walt Richmond, Ron Gurley, Keith Sims, Pat Teague, Jim Odor, Freida Kysar, Sandra Mayfield, Mar- thanda Poteete, Marsha Hale, Vivian LeFlore, Sharon Twist, Donna Leek, Letitia Cole, Mary Jo Bridges, Sharon Clark, Ladena Brooks. Thirty four Left to right, first row, Linda Thayer, Brenda Gwartney, Marvin Slinkard, Marthanda Poteete, Bob Flitschel. Third row, Deborah Beach, Monna McNabb, John Hilligoss, Lorraine Bristol, Ralph Whit- Walker, Joe Krause, Janie Osborn, Ken Grass, Lynn Coverstone, worth, director. Second row, Ray Meldrum, Susan Phillips, Randy Keith Sims. Thirty five northeastern singers Composed of music majors and minors, the Northeastern Singers, a select choral group, entertain at public functions on and off campus. Their numbers consist of light madrigals to religious music. ln The spring the Singers perform for the Tsa La Gi Queen Coronation with light songs such as "Gossip, Gossip," and "Till There Was You." student education association The largest Student Education Association in the state with 657 members, the local chapter was honored this year by having its local president, James Beall, elected state SEA president at the state convention in Weatherford. As a result of Beall's office, Northeastern will host next year's convention. The SEA strives to instill a well-rounded professional attitude toward the teaching profession in its members by outstanding programs featuring well known educators as speakers, films and other professional helps. 5 f l Q X Left to right, first row, Arlene Ferrell, secretary and treasurerg Betty Clingan, executive secretaryg Kay Cummins, Student Senate repre- sentative. Second row, Phillis Burris, historian and publicity: James Beall, president. Third row, Johnny Hall, vice presidentg Jackie Proud, parliamentarian. Dr. Frankie Harris, co-sponsor, passes out attendance papers at a regular meeting. Left to right, first row, Sheila Agent, Mary Allard, Janie Anderson, Luana Armstrong, Gary Arnett, Linda Atchely, Tim Baker, Billie Barnett, Choleen Barnett, Louise Battenfield, Sandra Baty. Second row, James Beall, Mose Bever, Joe Bernardi, Carol Bitting, Sarah Black, Dorothy Bowen, Paula Bronaugh, Alice Brooks, Shirley Brooks, Ronald Brown, Martha Bryant. Third row, Phyllis Burris, DeEtta Butler, Donald Byfield, Thelma Cable, Doris Campbell, Lacresia Campbell, Linda Carman, Carol Carpenter, Judy Carter, Linda Cayce, Charlotte Caywood. Thirty six fl mk 4 fa' I G, 1 XS. kk i i ,,. - T L -,E' .Y ti ,,,,1 -. P wmv rr- 'K xaqgx , . . f ,, X . mfg N, 4? t :,:, 1 Q I ,- f 'gf,esef, cv 'cr' s X is t Q 1 if ...Q s wisfois -. ,. , - Wag- E 'F' - ' N X3- .Q uf Qflgdixm Zi Q- T9 . ki - -Q Q s 3' her' S T f . fl .f 5, , ,..,.. 1 L K 4' ' 'Y 54 YP ,N-mf-.., " 3' L Q-N .-:' Q A ' A 1' , Q W , R xy N - . . -K . " . vt ix t ,ka S: . I Q , t x , , gkffiwgi K G 'ft . , - 5316: -I Left to right, first row, Pearline Childress, Nell Claunch, Brenda Claxton, Cheryl Clevenger, Eddie Cline, Elizabeth Clingan, Susan Clover, Linda Collins, Miriam Combs, Sharon Combs, Troy Compston. Second row, Janet Cook, Diana Cook, Penny Cook, Linda Crawley, Linda Daniels, Channenna Davis, Marilyn Davis, Marie Dawson, Jan Deonier, Dean Denton, Kent Detmer. Third row, Judy Dil- lard, Shirley Dodd, Vickie Dodson, Roger Dunham, Theresa Dunlap, Jim Eacret, Barbara Eastman, Annette Eberhard, Drew'Edmondson, Beverly Edwards, Mary Evans. Fourth row, Mary Fargo, David Feigel, Helen Fish, Shirley Flint, Everett Forbes, Linda Forrest, Margaret Gage, Laura Gar- man, Paul George, Cheryl Gibson, Marverine Givens. Fifth row, Fern Glenn, Dale Goble, Diana Godfrey, Alice Good- man, Jim Goss, Dwight Grady, Louann Grammer, Mary Jo Graves, Suzan Greene, Mary ,Ann Grego, David Gruver. Sixth row, Gayle Hagar, Johnnie Hall, Judy Hall, Kathryn Hand, Mike Hardesty, Sue Hardesty, Deanna Harrell, Dortha Hartman, Diane Hayner, Mary Hearn, Jean Helm. Seventh row, Connie Henderson, John Henderson, Joyce Hendren, Rita Hendrickson, Geraldine Hickman, Mary Hickman, Chris- tine Hill, Margie Hinton, Jane Horine, JoAnn Horn, Rosetta Houk. Eighth row, Becki Hughes, Sandy Hutchison, Billie Infield, Donna Ivey, Beth Jahrman, Carolyn Johnson. Ninth row, Barbara Jones, David Jones, Linda Jones, Norman Karpack, John Kazmierklewicz, Rose King. Tenth row, Linda Kinkend, Mary Knupp, Betty Kupsick, Sue Lack, Loyce Lane, Helen Lemley. Eleventh row, Nancy Lindsey, Sammie Love, Sue Lowry, Pat Magee, Diane Maier, Mar- garet Martin. Twelfth row, Linda Mason, Patricia Mason, Maw Masters, Candis Mayo, Linda McCrary, Gwen Mc- Elhannon. at I as student education association start? X in X Wim! 9 rm" 5 V . 15, ,A , , it it . Sri W' . Q... 3 . if , 5 , ' at 11513 i M G Left to right, first row, Jan McJunkin, Peggy Mills, Frankie Mitchell, Nancy Mitchell, Joanne Moland, Mary Montgomery, Mary Montoya, Darlene Moon, Delbert Moreland, Tillman Morris, Lynda Morton. Second row, Alicia Moye, Maxine Murray, Jill Newkirk, Sylvia Noley, Judy Nowlin, Phyllis Nuckolls, Janie Osborn, Patty Odneal, Carol Parker, Lynn Parks, Marsha Perkins. Third row, Brooks Perryman, Glenn Perryman, Catherine Peters, Jerry Pitt, Rita Poettgen, Beatrice Pool, Pam Prather, Eulene Price, Mary Ann Rader, Sharon Rainwater, Dixie Rector. Fourth row, Betty Reeves, Judith Rhea, Shirley Rhodes, Sue Risner, Robert Ritschel, Garry Ritzky, Dea Ann Roberts, Ray Roberts, Judy Robinson, Larry Robinson, Bonnie Rogers, Fifth row, Kenneth Rogers, Terry Rose, Linda Rucker, Annette Ryan, Jerry Savage, Linda Sells, Sandra Sharkey, Gary Sharp, Frances Sher- man, Floyd Silver, Linda Sims. Sixth row, Linda Sisco, Di- Anna Skelton, Bridget Smith, Carolyn Smith, Lois Smith, William Snelling, Lois Sparks, Mary Kay Spiva. Sharla Standifer, Sharon Stavely, Robert Steddum. Seventh row, James Stevens, Linda Stockton, Bill Terry, Judy Thompson, Mary Sue Thompson, Patricia Thoos. Eighth row, Nancy Tomes, Robert Turk, Linda Vann, Judy Vaughan, Thelma Vaughan, Danna Walenta. Ninth row, Linda Walker, Gayle Ward, Louise Watkins, Clorine Watson, Jerry Waymire, Susan Weakley. Tenth row, Carl White, Stephen Wigginton, ilcox Ada Williams Barbara Williamson Linda' Hester W , , , Wilson. Eleventh row, David Winton, Mary Woods, Lawrence Wooldridge, Pat Wootton, Janet Worley, Ben Zimmerman. 5, i. a w, fit fi f A 7 N ' at ,.,... ,M sff .517 hr Am 1 S or i"'i K as if it Thirty elght Left to right, first row, Carolyn Rowland, Sherry Yeargain, Cora Judy Fowler, Betty Clingan, Connie Henderson, Sylvia Noley, Joyce Merkle, Teresa Street, Linda Few, Ann Kehoe, Mariam Combes, Perryman. Third row, Elton Ethredge, Marvin Buzzard, Linda Sims, Joyce Hendren, Hester Wilcox, Dr. Adele Turner, sponsor, Dr. Erwin Hubert Fulkerson, Mary Laurie. Fourth row, Lynn Parks, Robert Turner, sponsor, Dr. J. W. Jones, sponsor. Second row, F. F. McGee, Ritschel, Mike Kelley, Bruce Turner. koppo delta pi Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society for teachers, is relatively new on campus, having been organized in May 1966, but the group has rapidly grown to become one of the largest organizations on campus. Purposes of Kappa Delta Pi are to foster high standards of preparation for teaching and to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among members. lnitiations are held twice yearly. Reverend Virgil Dirks addressed the first initiates on "Teaching in Public and Private High Schools: Comparisons and Contrasts." Officers, left to right, Betty Clingan, president: Bruce Turner, historian-reporter: Vickie Dodson, vice presidentg Helen Fish, treasurerg J. W. Jones, faculty coun- selorg Connie Henderson, secretary. Thirty nine 0 . 5 . library club Through books have come the achievements of the worldg through them has come the heritage of great minds. Meeting monthly, the Library Club strives to better library- student relationships by encouraging interest and enjoyment in books. Such projects as decorating the library at Christmas and keeping the display windows filled with literature on new books are done by the Library Club. C First row, Mrs. Jewell Dold, sponsor, Willie Jo Mitchell, Alicia Moye, Larry Bradford, Donna Fowler. Second row, Catherine Peters, Judie Qualls, Olivia Hanson, Mary Jean Ackley. Third row, Janey Moye, Thelma Adams, Barbara Allen, Ruth Ann Cowan. Fourth row, Frieda Kysar, Beverly Wooqlrome, Linda Hensley, Gale Hagar, Ada Williams. Fifth row, Evelyn Branch, Rosalyn Edmundson, Anita Carey, Lynda Morton. Top, Paul Harrington. . -. ,gt sw 1- mf. Above, Members decorate a Christmas tree in the library foyer. At left, second semester officers, left to right, Barbara Allen, presidentg Janet Shepard, Student Senate representative, Gale Hagar, vice president, Alicia Moye, secretary-treasurer. Forty 4, .,,Wf+f,,i" 3 ,win-jgllrg ,Q ai , 0 9 ' it ' st Sharon Redman helps to quiet children as Santa Claus approaches for the Speech and Hearing Clinic Christmas party. sigma alpha eta Collecting and wrapping toys to send to Vietnamese children, sending two delegates, Rodney Blanks and Tom Howard, to the American Speech and Hearing Association in Chicago, and selling candy were 1968 projects of Sigma Alpha Eta. The honorary speech and hearing fraternity initiated nine key members and fifteen associate members this year. The organization hosted its second annual symposium in May to help Northeastern students keep in touch with new methods and techniques in the speech and hearing field used throughout the state and nation. Left to right, first row, W. H. Jones, Sandy Hutchison, Student Norma Lambert, Lillian Slagle, Verna Green, Don Ade, correspond- Senate representative, Vicki Beck, secretary, Mona Stout, Jane East, ing secretary, Treva King, parliamentarian, Andrea Justice, Rodney Deanna Williams, Roselle Beck, Marilyn Davis, president, Sharon Blanks, Neil Moon, Bess Poster, and Bill Ice. Redman, and Steve Loftin. Second row, Craig Parker, Diana Kelly, Forty one Left to right, first row, Marci Poteete, Cindy Hall, Student Senate Judith Wallis and C. H. Parker, co-sponsors, Bob Ritschel, president representative, Janie Osburn, Donna Green, secretary, Barbara Bill Russell, Bill Clendenning, Tom Bunch, David Cupp. Smith, Jan Deonier, vice president, Linda Miller. Second row, alpha psi omegg Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatics fraternity, has as its purpose to unite drama students into a group that studies latest plays, types of theaters, and different aspects of the theater. The fraternity sponsors, directs, and produces an annual Showcase of Talent but tried a different approach this year by presenting the melodrama, "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" or "Mad Agnes Has Her Day." The fraternity also entered a float in the Homecoming parade. Students must complete a minimum of 50 hours of onstage and backstage work for membership. Alpha Psi Omega members work with MENC members on the homecoming float Forty two north eastern student service corps Under the direction of Patrick Laurie, traffic coordinator and assistant to the Dean of Students, the Northeastern Student Service Corps performs various services on the campus. Such functions are directing visitors around campus, changing flat tires, directing the heavy load of traffic, and helping move stalled automobiles. The Q members are upperclassmen and attend h weekly training sessions. Some also attend E' - meetings conducted by the FBI. Keith Long directs traffic during the early morning rush hours. l l l l Keith Long, Dan Musick, P. W. Laurie, D. J. Earl and J. Q. Harris represent just a few of the Student Service Corps members. Forty three 'f'f ' Jim Murphy, assistant debate coach, and Dr. Littlefield, debate coach, discuss a recent debate. Li. Forty five intercollegiate debate The 1968 debaters racked up the wins for the year and compiled a record of three seconds, five thirds, and three fourths, and second place at Regionals. Cllmaxing the year was the National Debate Tournament in Brooklyn College where Steve Taylor and Drew Edmondson journeyed to represent NSC. This was NSC's seventh consecutive year to attend the meet. They left the meet as the thirteenth ranked team. 'T i1'5'N.. Left to right, first row, John Lavendusky, Peter Keltch, Nancy Mitchell, Brenda Thornton, Bridgett Smith, Pam Clarkson, Barbara Eastham, Barbara Jones. Second row, Garry Ritzy, Barbara Smith, James Beall. Third row, Max Flowley, Ruth Honea, Jo Monks. Fourth row, Alan Avery, Kay Cummins, Cathy Sass, Pearline Childress. Fifth row, David Finch, Betty Clingan, Elizabeth George. Sxith row, Gary Moulton, Mary Hearn, Sandra Baty. Seventh row, Charles Gambill, gose Brewer, Helen Davidson. Eighth row, Kent Cargile, Mike Kelly, Beverly Woodrome, Sherry Yeargan, Lou Ann rammer. Forty six Members and initiates enjoy a banquet before the initiation of new members. E Kirk Boatright, Mike Reagan and Dr. Hattie Propst, sponsors of Alpha Chi, visit at the initiation dinner. Forty seven alpha chi Alpha Chi, the Phi Beta Kappa of small colleges, is the national scholastic honor society on the campus. Founded in 1938, Northeastern's chapter was the first of the three in Oklahoma and is now one of seventy national chapters. To become a member, a student must have completed at least 62 credit hours at Northeastern with an overall grade average of 3.4. The society holds an initiation banquet each spring. was 4K-AT? ,S K I 4 G 1 F , Q Jack Stephen Aldridge, Phyllis Anderson, Luana Armstrong, Patsy Arnold, Linda Ayres, Harvey Baker, Janice Baker, Martin Baker, James Barnes, Guy Baldwin, Susan Basore, Sandra Baty, James Beall, Sharon Bernardi, Patricia Best, Paul Blair, Robert Blanks, Robert Blanks, Rodney Blanks, Lillie Brady, Rose Brewer, Deanna Brown, Joe Brown, Jerry Bruster, Barbara Burchett, Katherine Burke, Richard Burke, Phyllis Burris, Lana Burton, Doris Buster, Georgia Butler, Michale Butler, Craig Canfield, Kent Cargile, Gloria Carlton, Connie Carswell, Pearline Childress, James Clark, James Clemmens, Mary Clingan, Janie Clover, Susan Clover, Johnny Cobb, Dianne Coen, Don Coffman, Bobbie Collins, Sharon Combs, Patti Compton, Charles Conklin, James Cook, James Cooper, Gary Cox, Barbetta Crawford, Linda Crawley, Kay Cummins, Jerry Davenport, Donald Davidson, Colleen Dawson, Jan Deonier, Kent Detmer, Vicki Dodson, Patricia Donahue, Tom Dove, Rhonda Dumbleton, Mona Duran, Penny Eads, Barbara Eastham ,Ali Ebrahimi, Betty Edge, Bob Edmiston, Jimmy rho fhefo sigma Rho Theta Sigma, honorary scholastic fraternity, increased its size this year by inviting 129 students into membership. These students were initiated at fall and spring banquets. Guest speakers for the year were Norman Sheff, who spoke of the education system in Australia, and Mrs. Polly Clark, assistant librarian, who gave information about the new addition to the John Vaughan Library and its facilities. The annual spring picnic was another activity of Rho Theta Sigma. Membership requires a student to have a 3.6 grade average for one semester or a 3.4 average for two semesters. Fort Wi? Everett, Judy Everett, Don Farmer, Jimmy Finch, Gary Folsom, Everett Forbes, Judy Fowler, Doug Freeman, Hubert Fulkerson, Martha Fulkerson, Pam Gafford, Charles Gambill, Jerry Garrett, Sandra Garrett, Stephen Garrett, Phyllis Garroutte, Elizabeth George, Brian Gilbert, Diana Goines, Linda Graham, Louann Grammer, Glenda Grim, Charles Groff, Terrell Grubbs, Janette Guilfoyle, Wesley Gullett, Brenda Gwartney, Earl Hall, John Hall, Marion Hall, Joe Haning, Olivia Hanson, Mary Hardt, Herbert Harrington, Hubert Harrison, Mike Hastings, Jackie Hatfield, Steve Hawkes, Haskell Head, Mary Hearn, Joyce Hendren, Larry Heller, Connie Henderson, Judith Henry, James Hiatt, Mary Hickman, Robert Hill, Sharon Hill, Nancy Holley, Claudia Horner, Linda Hoover, Ervin Howard, Susan Huckaby, Mary Huffman, Patricia Huffman, Mary Hughes, David Humphries, Karen Hunt, Jerry Hutchins, Donna Ivey, Howard Jayne, Linda Jewell, Barbara Jones, Don Jones, James Jones, Linda Jones, Betty Keehn, Peter Keltch, Carol Kenny, Ramona Kidwell, Larry Killion, Kennie King, Treva King, Joel Lamb, John Lamons, Robert Lamons, Tim Lasater, Mary Lattimore, Mary Laurie, John Lavendusky, Donna Leek, Wilma Leep, Helen Lemley, Connie Lindesmith, Janis Lowrance, Edwin McClanahan, Bobby Mallams, Pam Mann, Mary Martin, Carolyn Maynard, Joan Mead, Cora Merkle, Linda Miller, Patsy Miller, Richard Moore, Carson Morris, Nancy Mitchell, Jo Anne Moland, Sally Marrison, Lynda Morton, Gary Moulton, Garry Nichols, Sylvia Noley, Melvina Oestmann, Delores Oliver, Joe Pappin, Marjeane Parent, Carol Sammy Patterson, Glenn Perryman, Brooks Perryman, Donna Phillips, Jackie Proud, Linda Pogue, Jannett Polum- bus, Marthanda Poteete, Bill Rauch, Lyle Riefel, Coeta Reynolds, Marty Rhodes, Bob Ritschel, Dea Ann Roberts, Tony Roberts, Cherry Robinson, Ken Rogers, Terry Rose, Charlotte Ross, Carolyn Rowland, Max Rowley, Catherine Sass, Jean Scott, J. C. Scoot, Mike Sears, Dennis Sharkey, Carla Shunkey, Linda Sims, Bridget Smith, Kenneth Story, Kay Stout, Frank Stephens, Madella Strickland, Oran Sullivan, Jimmy Suter, Barbara Swepton, Tom Tannehill, Steve Taylor, David Thomas, Judith Thomas, Julius Thomas, Greg Thompson, Brenda Thorton, Nancy Tomes, Karen Tyner, Judy Vaughn, Diane Wallen, Adell War, Shirley Watts, Gary Webb, Jo Webb, Ron Whitaker, Sharon White, Walter White, Ada Williams, Burl Williams, Pam Williams, Lois Wilson, Beverly Woodrome, Mary Woods, Sherry Yeargain. y eight Nsumslws Norman Sheff reviews the program with Pam Gafford, Newest features of the library were related to the members by Mrs. Polly president. Clarke. Dr. Maxwell White welcomes new Rho Theta members. Forty nine Left to right, David Himes, Dianna Goins, Dr Herbert Monks sponsor Pat Huffman David Humphries Patti Compton Dale sponsor, Bill Chilcoat, Sandra Dick, Mike Reagan sponsor Maris Barbara Eastham James Fisher George Cook, Janette Guilfoyle, Charlie Gambill Charles Grant k mu e s' 0 appo p il- n This year the Northeastern chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, honorary mathematics fraternity, hosted the fraternity's regional conference for the first time. The fraternity was founded here in 1931, and has grown to a national organization of 70 chapters. Programs on specialized math problems by students and instructors broaden the members' knowledge in the field. Membership requires a B average in at least ten hours of mathematics. Left to right, front row, KentMcClanahan,Shar- on Hill, Marsha Per- kins, Sharon Stout, Harold McSpadden. Second row, Sandra Carlile, Charles Ran- dall, Steve Hawkes, Susan Huckaby ihid- denl, Mar Jeane Par- ent, Beverly Wood- rome. Third row, Mike Curry, Ross Roye, James Wise, Robert Harvey, Jerry Hutchins, Thad Langford. Left to right first row Blaine Reed Mike Staires Jeanne Ballew, Third row Dan Roberts, Tom Henshaw, Linda Lamons, Eddie La- Don Zimmerman Perry Pascucci Thad Langford Second row Joe mons Barbara Brooks. Fourth row, L. E. Wallen, sponsor, Carl Ed Sutton Charles Conklin Jim Sanders Jerry Bias Jeff Lester Bynum Prentiss Henley, Jerry Davenport, Kent McCaIIahan. pre-med club Members of the Pre-Med Club got first hand medical knowledge by visiting St. John's Hospital in Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma's Medical School in Oklahoma City. Also Dr. John H. Johnson III, officer in charge of the Tahlequah Indian Hospital, spoke to the group concerning facets of hospital administration. The purpose of the club is to encourage the interest of young men and women in preparing for a career in some field of medicine. Members must have a minimum of ten hours of science. Left to right, Kent McCallahan, Student Senate repre- sentativeg Jerry Davenport, secretary, Don Zimmerman, treasurer, Mike Staires, vice president, Perry Pascucci, president. chemistry club lnactive on the NSC campus for several 'iv years, the Chemistry Club was reorganized this year, and hopes to become a charter organization of the American Chemical Society for Students. The club members make trips to oil companies and bring representatives from company research departments to give informative programs. ln April the club attended the meeting of the American Chemical Society at Southwestern State College, and held its annual spring banquet, featuring a speaker from Phillips Petroleum. Left to right, first row, Don Zimmerman, Don Roberts, Jean Scott, Linda Blankenship, treasurer, William Dean, Seldon Bowman, sponsor. Second row, David Cook, sponsor, Bradley Ellison, Charles Gambill, James Drake, Steve Garrett, vice president, Richard Thompson, Julius Thomas, president, Ed Harris, Haskell Head, secretary. Fifty two Left to right, seated, Don Foutch, Judith Carter, Lfhda Holcombe, Dr. Erwin Turner. Standing, C. J. Hulbert, Albert Lang. Fifty three nu-ros club In keeping with the club's program of providing distinguished speakers for meetings, Dr. Joe D. Garms, clinical coordinator for Oklahoma State Health Department, was a featured speaker for the Nu-Ros during the year. Another program was provided by Dr. Jack Kisner, director of Northeastern's placement office, who explained the services his office offers to non-education. majors. The Nu-Ros, an organization for major or minors in psychology, combined its December business meeting with a Christmas party for its members. Instructor of Biology, Clinton Smith speaks to Nu-Ros on nerve reactions. industrial orfs club To interest and educate students in technical and mechanical facets of industrial arts is the chief goal of the Industrial Arts Club. Membership is open to students majoring in industrial education. Faculty members and students- share interests and ideas of research in other countries. Dr. H. L. Helton, director of student aids, presented a program of color slides and information concerning industrial arts programs in Pakistan. Christmas Open House for the Industrial Arts Club was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gann. Above, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burke have refreshments at open house. Right, Marvin Van Hooser, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Johnson. Fifty four bv' NORTH EASTERN STATE COLLEGE INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB LARGEST STATE COLLEGE CLUB IN OKLAHOMA MEMBERSHIP I967-68- I27 Kneeling from lelt to right, first row, Eric Mikel, Dr. J. L. Ledbetter, co-sponsors, Ebrahimi Ali, Mike Pope, Jim Knowles, Roy Tipton, Dewey Davis, Mike Wilson, Johnny Maxwell. Standing lelt to right, Johnny Cobb, John Gragg, La Rue Logue, Royce Skocdopole, Donald Butler, Calvin Sprayberry, Ron Mosier, Fred Gilmore, Robert McGinnis, Ronald McFarland, Randy Ranson, Gloria Overlease. Second row, Jimmy Fitzer, Mike Dodd, Clifton Rush, James Ash- more, Jack Hatfield, Jackie Davidson, Frank Cravens, Jack Bell, Larry Hatfield, Ahmad Ebrahimi, Richard Brooks, Don Sturgis, Ron Antle, Ken Cassell, John Hallingsworth, first semester president, Donald McCall. Third row, Dwight Johnson, Jack Terraza, Marvin Vanhooser, Eslie Jordan, Buddy Michals, Frank Girdner, John Chit- wood, Julius Bartley, Gary Arnett, Ron Caviness, Terry Hill, Victor Vance, Emory Hutchings, Randolph Ball, Don Inman, Johnny Free- man, Raymond Gann, sponsor. Fourth row, Claude Blood, Steve Cole, Ray Wooten, Leo Elsky, Bertice Mann, Leland Harrell, James Seaton. Filth row, James Cooper, Tom Cole, Don Perryman, Jim Loftin, Terry Reed, Dr. C. L. Lombardi, Toney Posey, Wayne Ford. Lett to right, Jim Knowles, historian, Richard Porterfield, parliamentarian, Dan Smith, president, Roy Tipton, treasurer, Mack Clayton, Senate representative, Joe Eastham, vice president, Gloria Overlease, secretary fseatedj. Fifty five Fifty six '51 Left to right, first row, Datha Zimmerman, president, Glenda Spenser, Linda Nelson, Mary Gail Osborn, Sydney Hardwick, Susan Kane, Nell Gibson, and Barbara Brinkley. Second row, Cyndee Mumm, Diana Grattopp, Sharon Pettlon, Trish Smith, Mary Woods, and Sylvia Myles. sea-elfes "See the USA the Sea-ette Way" was the theme of the 1968 water show presented in May by this swimming group. Members swam to musical numbers representing different states. For the finale of the show the swimmers unfurled a water flag as the song "This Land ls Your Land" was played. The club's synchronized swimming practices were held nightly for months before the show. This year's club boasted one of the largest memberships since the group was started in 1966. Glenda Spenser and Datha Zimmerman placed first at the meet at Bethany Nazarene College as they swam to the musici of the "Stripper" depicting nightlife in New York. Fifty seven 17 1 v 1 ff Q 1. X 17 W kv 'k ,Y .. - gg :fig ,,.... N K L yn. , QQ 5 16992, ,L , Q C: 5+-.4 The Women's Recreation Association was established to promote, to direct, and to encourage interest and participation in a recreation program for women. Coeds participate in various sports activities to earn the fifty points required for membership in the WRA. Highlights of the year are the sports days when the WRA team competes for top honors with teams from other colleges. women 's recreation association Fifty nine Sixty Left to right, Jo Leech, Joy Goldfield, Sharon Graves, Sharon Bernardi, Donna Nichols, Suzanne Frazer, Yolanda Aguilar l l X ' sans X' CMM-inf The cheerleaders await the Redman footballers before the spirit arch on Gable Field. cheerleaders Flashes of green and white amid screams and pom-poms typify the Northeastern cheerleaders. This year football and basketball games were led in vigorous chants by an all-girl squad of six members. The girls followed the teams on all out-of town trips, never lacked enthusiasm, and. never seemed to tire. Sixty one alpha phi alpha The Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity was started on campus October 1966, and is affiliated with other fra- ternities on campuses in Oklahoma. The Phinxmen pledges entertained at half time of basketball games and crowned their queen, Ellen Hawkins. Rozalyn Smith served as Alpha Queen. ln April all chapters met in Oklahoma City for the an- nual Black and White Ball. Left to right, first row, Johnny Crawford, secretary, Eric Mikel, Robert Williams, presi- dent, Rozalyn Smith, queen, Louis Wilson, Seth Taylor, vice president, Charles Paulk. Second row, Roy Mosses, Grandville Haynes, sergeant-at-arms, Kenneth Scott, dean of pledges, Emmit Oats, treasurer, Booker Shackelford. Third row, Billy McKinney, Ronnie Barclow, dean of pledges, Edward Beck. Fourth row, Thomas Cole, Richard Dumas. Left to right, first row, William Collins, Virgil Charles, Eddie Bobby Alfred, Jimmy Herndon, Aaron Burr, Terry Young, Choates, Ronald Bertrand, Larry Moore, Sammye Mikel. Lawrence Bradley, Mark Richardson, Halcie Smith. Second row, David Frent, Nathan Bradley, Everett Adair, Sixty two 4 i i i l i i rl Left to right, first row, Jo Marion Lowe, Beatrice Colbert, Karen Grayson, vice president, Mary Buffington, La- Hunter Liggins, Gwendolyn Breedlove, Marlyn Washing- ton, assistant secretary. Second row, Vernestine Harris, Madolyn Love, Senora Mathews, president, Myrtha Wilson, sergeant-at-arms, Arthetla Jackson. Third row, Marianna Gardner, Ellene Hawkins, Edna Walker, Jimmye Dansby, treasurer, Tuendella White, Carolyn Pouncil, Rozalyn Smith. Fourth row, Cleatte Jackson, Shirley Parker, Fluby Sango, Flozalyn Edmondson, Rose Brewer, reporter. elite collegions Sixty three Founded on NSC's campus in February 1967, the Elite Collegians doubled in membership within a year. The Marlyn Washington chapter holds meetings on the first and third Mondays of each month. Activities for the sorority are the Elite Collegian Sweetheart Contest and the Annual Rose Ball. Before a regular meeting, members plan entertainment for initiates. Vf'! ' Left to right, first row, Ronnie Carter, Garry Gage, John McCracken. Second row, Janis Hallum, Kathy Burns Barbara Morgan, Sandy Morgan, Challa Campbell, Corrine Thompson. Third row, Austin Emery, Judy Thomasf Gary Lewis, Debbie Ballard, Ronnie Pinkerton, Kathy Boyd, Danny Mason. churches of christ The Student Center Churches of Christ moved to a new location closer to campus. Students use the center daily for devotions, recreation and study. Carl Spain, doctor of theology from Abilene Christian College, was speaker for the retreat on Burnt Cabin Camp in the fall. Austin Emery, counselor and campus minister for the local Church of Christ students, stresses that the center is opened to all denominational students. Garry Gage, Corrine Thompson and Austin Emery review notes before a religion class. Sixty four Left to right, frist row, Gerald Henricks, president, Liz Heaton, secretary, Mary Bolton, Chris Delacy. Second row, Ed Gregorio, Pete Lanza, Paula Stone, Ed Stone, director. Third row, George .eft to right, Ed Gregorio, Paula Stone, Pete Lanza, George Kendall, Janet Streeter ind John Maddox enjoy the facilities of the Wesley Foundation Center. Sixty five wi' EX Kendall, Janet Streeter, Bill White, state vice president, Larry Caroon, vice president, John Maddox. wesley foundation A fellowship for Methodist students on campus, the Wesley Foundation presents a Sunday morning forum and snack suppers with interesting programs each Sunday evening. The Foundation has its own center, but hopes to move closer to the campus in the near future. Members hold rummage sales and bake sales for funds to help needy families and institutions. Ed Stone is youth director in charge of the group, and Kirk Boatright acts as campus sponsor. Lett to right, seated, Kathleen McMains, Kay Cummins Dianne Second row Ken Flanary Don Zimmerman Ed Hamilton Tom Neibling, Mrs. Glenn Snyder. Standing, first row, Flay Meldrum White Jerry Don Magnus Rev Glenn Snyder Ben Zimmerman, Phyllis Anderson, Steve Snyder, Sally Penland warner fellowship Linking the local Church of God with the campus life of college students, Warner Fellowship offers students participation in a broad program of religious activities throughout the year. A youth center near the campus furnishes the locale for programs, meetings, discussion groups, studying and just visiting as well as entertainment facilities. A Hallowe'en party and other social events provided the members with fun and fellowship throughout the year, while worthwhile meetings enriched their spiritual life. At a Hallowe'en banquet, Warner Fellowship enjoyed a speech given by Bill Mills, Northeastern's football offensive line coach. Left to right, first row, Livvy Hanson, vice president, Teresa Scott, Second row, Carl Provorse, Bruce Turner, Paul Duncan, president, Linda Williams, interfaith Council representative, Mrs. Louis Hanson, Rev. Jim Forkner, sponsor, Victor Johnson, Luther Moore, and Pam Brown, Jan Hart, Steve Garrett, and Rev. Bill Bradley, sponsor. Gary Ames. united compus chrisfion fellowship The United Campus Christian Fellowship is a national organization of four denominations, and members on campus represent the Presbyterian and Disciples of Christ. Twenty-two UCCF members joined together for two retreats for planning and for fun. The organization joined other campus religious groups for the Interfaith Council for activities. The Council offered religious films, speakers, and fellowship to all students on campus. The UCCF meets for a snack supper and program Sunday night at either the First Presbyterian or First Christian churches. Livvy Hanson, Linda Williams, and Paul Duncan enjoy a snack supper and fellowship after Sunday night worship service. Sixty seven I ga H . ,,.. , "'V 7 W IW! IEW M 23 M M I I I I M I N596 .' A I A mwi 4' ,img , X X if .ru gr.. , Left to right, first row, Harry Winlock, Jim Packwood, Jim Odor, Morton, Sandra Drake, Patsy Miller, Pam Ford. Third row, Mike Starr, Glen Miller, Carl Tatum, Danny McCullough, Larry Davis. Second Lynn Luker, Sandy Gervais, Cathy Ftuthledge, Carol Ann Ayres, Sue row, Marilyn Davis, Linda Leatherman, Arthela Dooley, Susan Wright, Dunlap, Donna Brooks, Alicia Moye, Ada Williams, Janie Clover, Mary Bolton, Judy Chiles, Barbara Smith, Connie White, Lynda Phyllis Nicholson, Ken Harp, Charles Williams. David Allison coaches the BSU girls before the Intramural game. Sixty eight baptist student union Offering students a retreat, a place of fellowship, and a "home away from home," the Baptist Student Union is open to all students. Vesper services are held Monday and Thursday evenings, and the center is open daily for use. During the year, guest speakers, including students, ministers, missionaries, and instructors, present programs about problems college students must face and goals for the future. . Dr. Luther Ledbetter entertains with his wit, as BSU members gather tor a meeting. Sixty nine .f 3, fm.. Seventy is 5 - - 3 i Q . tg ii grits, i'f i g EVE. l . 5 3 3 . 1 2 3 t T 5 f Left to right, first row, Norman Dale Fisher, Joann Moland, Kay Linnet, Sue Lowry, Linda Cox, Lucy Stand, Linda Friend, El Doris Copeland, Vicki Beautord, Elaine Lamb, Cathy Crafton, Barbara Sellers, Pat Waggoner, Bill McKee, choral director. Second row, Joyce McKee, Rogelan Sumter, Judy Morgan, Fticca Edmonds, Marsha Perkins, Carol Ann Estes, Colleen Rhodes, June Col- burn, Ann Kind, Brenda Montgomery, Gayle Ward, Bonnie Gray, Charlene Stewart, Donna Wall. Third row, Eddie Greenfield, Wayne Morris, Bob McCuistian, Ha- rold Wooton, Jimmy Sellers, Cecil Cox, Jerry Sumter, Jack Bates, Steve Taylor, Bill Chilcoat, Larry Tatham, Gene Kaiser, Wesley Houk, sponsor. The men's quartet, left to right, Gene Kaiser, Jack Bates, Bill Chilcoat and Steve Taylor, harmonize as they prepare for a recording. Kay Linnet, left, Harold Wootton and JoAnn Moland serve as secretary, president and vice president re- spectively of Chi Alpha. chi alpha Chi Alpha, organized to serve students whose church preference is the Assembly of God, has one of the largest memberships of any church-affiliated group on the Northeastern campus. One of the outstanding services of Chi Alpha is its large chorus which tours high schools and churches throughout the state to perform. This spring the chorus and the male quartet made a recording of some of their numbers. A Fellowship Hour is held weekly on Thursday evening, with inspirational programs. M, W.,,.,,v ll 'r-, V Aman Seventy one Beverly Bryant Martha Rohrer Judy Warden Sandy Hutchinson Linda Kroll Donna Ward Nancy Peterson Michiko lijima Sharon Odle Elaine Burke Terry Dean Sharon Timmons Helen Schlecht Carolyn Ary Mary Turnbo Seventy two Maureen McNulty Geraldine Hickman Louise Gyami Bertha Brazil Cathy Rutledge Faye Benson Donna Leek Sandy Walker Linda Gresham Caroline Frazier jf 26. 27. 28. 29. 30 31 Karen Baker Ruth Corbin Frankie Hause Susan Bynum Chris DeLacy Patty Kleidon gamma sigma sigma The Alpha Sigma chapter of Gamma Sigma Sigma service sorority was honored by receiving the Barbara J. Ferrers Award, the highest national award given by the sorority. Services of the members included a Christmas card exchange box for all students, ushering at campus events, keeping time at speech contests, and aiding the handicapped. The Gamma Sigs pledged in both the fall and spring semesters. Membership is open to all coeds interested in service to the college. ii: .L liiiiiifffa Seventy three Second semester pledges left to right, seated, Dona Gaasch, Karen Reynolds, Marilyn lsom, Nancy Kahler, Linda Spear. Standing, Kathy Weatherly, Linda Schultz, Ginny Bruch. ffwsfixzm , 1 V ' ' -Wi, f ' ig. . Seventy four U:-FU gamma sigma sigma Pete Lanza Ed Gregorio Larry Caroon George Kendall Gerald Henricks Seventy six Merrick Henderson Roger Dunham Bill White Ferrell Hart Jim Gilliam R 55 Qs X Q 2 l l 5 , E 1 5 Q l 11. Jim Burns 12. David Humphries 1 13. Bobby Litterall 14. Butch Harjo e K ' - . 'w i B ,X Q i at gr W ,4 s , , W -1 All at H 'vw Q wb nw u 5 Q.. ss N 4 .f,"'x Y X xi-Q vw, -x P 5:1 5' "i-'vt H4 " 'Q alpha phi omega Ugly Man dance, food drive, Vista volunteers, speech tournaments, color guards at football games . . . all are services rendered by Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity. The twenty members hold weekly meetings and conduct regular pledge week and initiation of new members. Alpha Phi Omega boasts of being the world's largest Greek letter organization. Seventy seven A fs. it f I Y p whim., M sigh, L AX 'L i iq L. N bv. 5 K "Qi-a+ - "n sim m 5.332 il, -X A ,-14 L 1 .L... L L + 5. XXX! xixax w 1-r x' F4 V4 ll 50000 609000 Seventy nine young republicans The Young Republicans Club provides an opportunity for student political education and activity in association with the parent party. The chief concern is to generate interest and support for their respective beliefs. Delegates from the group attended a convention at Oklahoma State University in the fall and participated in group discussion of questions dealing with constitutional revision, and various money raising projects for bringing speakers to the campus. Governor Henry Bellmon visited the campus for a reception In his honor Peter Keltch, Mike Kelly, David White, Brian Radar, sponsor, Robert sponsor Barbara Hunt Phll Hearn James Barnes Susan Clover Cleland, Ronald Hunt, Steve Frye, Patricia Casto, Paul Travis, Sandy Smith Eighty young democrofs To promote the ideology of the Democratic Party, to foster interest in American politics, and to give Northeastern's students an outlet for political action, the Young Democrats were formed on NSC's campus in the spring of 1967. State Chairman Bill Kerr, senators Mike Monroney and Fred Harris, Congressman Ed Edmondson, and State Representative Bill Willis were featured speakers during the year. Membership drives proved effective when the roll reached 122 members. .v '--r ' ' F L' d Ed d ,L ah P imeaux, son, president, David Finch, Student Senate representative, Jim IsgctrxarflgillfIQlgevvtl3nfk,p5ircne s:gside?1t,a Segocrtrgi igcv, Dgrew Edmond- Jones, Tom Tannehill, Charles Randall, Mike Haggard, Bob Edmlston. Eighty one Left to rrght first row, Kent Detmer, Lynette Grigsby, Carol Richmond Betty Parker, Bill Call. Second row, ham Jill Newkirk Adele War, Dianna Kidd. Third row , Leah Prlmeaux Sally Holcombe, Donna Durkee, Smokey Hand. S g 5 L i I H 1 l L L4 Kathy Davis Sandra Gra , Billie Infield sociology club To present the field of sociology in respect to possibilities in graduate schools and employment, is just one of the aims of the Sociology Club. The members meet twice monthly to discuss problems and contemporary issues of concern to sociologists. The club is composed of thirty-four members who are interested in bringing many problems to light and who are either sociology majors or minors. , Fourth row, Fred McCall, Alex Batson. Filth row, David Schuette - Charles Lester, Danny Kidd. Sixth row, Mitchell Powell, Jerry Feese j ,i 'V-v,x'i,mLM . 4.2 Club hears Don Hale, assistant to Tulsa's mayor. Eighty two Q19 greeks Eighty three if IE S 2 ' accepts the Phi Lambda Chi scholarship award Zeta. Below, the 1968 Panhellenic officers, left secretary, Mary Ann Hinds, president, Sandy ponhellenic and interfroternity council Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council worked together this year to promote strong Greek unity on the campus. During Greek Week, the councils planned and carried out the magazine drive for the boys in Vietnam, a special service at the Presbyterian church, and the All Greek Dance. In the spring, the new officers of Panhellenic and lnter- fraternity Council were installed, and the scholarship awards presented. Delta Zeta won for the second consecutive year the Phi Lambda Chi Scholarship award. Patti Compton, the Pledge Scholarship Award winner. , I 3 1 i ,,,,w,.,,-.,,..-.. . M Eighty five ". ,X sq U 4 "'7 ' Lu HN KL x A WX 4 Z S s I w Far left, Sue Ann Singer, Phi Sigma 4 T-fm Epsilon Sweetheart, left, Charles Randall, Delta Zeta Mang below left, Suzan Greene, Delta Zeta Rose: below, Phi Lambda Chi Sweetheart, Pat Nunn. Eighty seven 9 6 l delta zefo Honors for Delta Zeta this year include finalists in Calendar Girl, Miss Northeastern, Best Dressed Girl and North Leoser Dormitory Queen. Officers and representatives in the Student Senate, Who's Who, Concert Mistress, and TsaLaGi editor were among honors held by Delta Zetas this year. Delta Zeta again received scholarship trophies from Phi Lambda Chi fraternity and from their National Sorority. The Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity tea for the Deltas, the Phi Lambda Chi Donkey Basketball Game and first place award in the Alpha Phi Omega Canned Goods Drive highlighted the year. The Deltas finished the year's activities by hosting a dessert sneak for the fraternities. 1 iii if S Eighty eight Dixie Butcher, corresponding secretary Linda Crawley, treasurer Laura Garman Mary Kay Spiva Suzan Greene Janice Vann Linda Parmele, vice president Sandy Smith, pledge trainer Janet Cook Dianne Coen Barbara Hunt Vicki Marshall, president Eighty nine Carolyn White Sharon Lamm Jaree Rainwater Janice Baker Linda Thayer Jan Hart Pam Prather Sherrilee Matthews Kay Lewis Anette McAuliffe Jean Scott Cindy Ashe, recording secretary MY Ninety ' 't 5 Delta Zeta was honored by a visit from the national vice president, Mrs. R. L. McKeeman lGwenl during rush. A new experience for most members was participating in the Phi Lambda Chi donkey basketball game. Long hours, laughter, and float building do mix. W? lb! Ninety one C 'Q 94 . Ot I o Q, o The pledge class of Della Zeta, left to right, seated, Sharon Mitchell. Linda Rader, Sandy Harless, Diane Butler, Cindy Hall, Carolyn Sonday. Standing, Aglae Christy, Beverly Bryan, Sherrie Woolf, Carla Harrell, Sandy Mayfield, Lynne Ashe, Mary Malone, Lynda Wilkinson. della zela .ussmhk l Q I1' ' s' o p i sigma ep il n The members of Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity devoted themselves fully to participation in campus events this year. Actively campaigning for class offices occupied the time of some Phi Sigs, and this endeavor was rewarded by victory in several elections. Members of the fraternity also held positions of leadership in campus organizations. Many hours were put in on the Phi Sig homecoming float. The fraternity men also participated in intramural sports and were the runners-up in the 1967 Toilet Bowl game. Work weeks and car washes netted financial gain for the fraternity, and the Playboy Formal was the highlight of the fraternity's social season. SWL Attila Y tr :tt "t??W 2 'Q r 429' 1+ , V0 if' J. wifi' f . r U 4 X w I ' ily, U dw' QL' ..' 5. L '25 ' fl, ig: Jpfaf' ' nj l. -Tw"-f7w'f?v?gv Nw, ' ' " . if ' f , :iq ' i 3R."rf9f .K P7 , ' !'x,'f- . Q.. ', ' Mn, ff '.L Agmf ' . - i f bx Q f . ww-wa -1. . 'fy 5 svn A . . A -, Aff: Qs , if .I .Y milf: , .L Vim. A My A, ,I 'I Q J' Af, 'D f 'lv' fix . h , A QL .ms i '0', ,A v M' f f 'fi ' "ff", 'A "W Q fn fig" M 11 N 5 ' . 'V . , J. - wr, If-' al' v-fd fb + "Y -1 . ef ff , 'fa' 157 . ' , . 'Z A 'wx 3,34 1m.f'7W'T up if, J, ,V W M. A , ' ' 6,k,V'7 a , i .I W mf, .. VM ,Q .' , , x fr fs 5 v f- I A iw f . L3 r '5 if , 7 ,A X W , M f fb ff? ,, CQ I W , V8 H W, Y' ei .9 ,V ' 6 . 41222395 mfmff ., 1 as W f-f N V A , X l 5 g , , y A L 5 QW ,ZZ ma , ' ' ' Q ,sw M 1 ir A A X Q ' Q' ' F ff " ' fm f 3' ' , ' "" E NX 5 f . su , L, , , 1 5 ,L r ', P ' 1 0 " R Q L AL' Q 1 25, QW .V gp, ,M 'inf puff Swf 4 3 Ninety four Phi Sigma Epsilon pledge class, left to right, Jim Pope, Tracy Carter, Pete Pennington, Troy Bates, Steve Mont- gomery, Bill Conaway, Terry Buchanan, Blaine Reed, Tom Self, David lVlcCaskelI, Mike McCaig, Ken Hunter, Mike Nichols, Bill Kissinger, Sam Bunyaketu, Ott Hollamond, Sim Sanders, Randy Proctor, Greg Gaston. Left, The national president of Phi Sigma Epsilon, Jim Whitfield, with Epsilon chapter president Sam Alexander. phi sigma epsilon VI c-QQ-15355 2923. Z ' 2 I t Many hours were spent on the Phi Sig "A Thing of Beauty ls A Joy Forever" homecoming float. Folding and stuffing napkin after napkin and then the lavender paint made the float a thing of beauty in itself. Sue Ann Singer was named the Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweetheart at the Playboy Formal. Sam Alexander, president, presented the honor. Ninety five 'sf rv uf Nancy Pugh Linda Manley Susie Gage Mary Russell Barbie McPherson, treasurer Mary Sue Thomas Gloria Overlease Helen Schlecht, vice president Jan Simmons, recording secretary 10. 11 12 13 14 15 16. 17. 18. Joyce Smith Juanita Sanderson Carol Reynolds Jean Jones, corresponding secretary Donna Smith, membership director Becky Hockett Linda Fisher, president Carol Bitting Linda Antle Ninety six J .1 . 4 f ..t .. . . alpha sigma alpha The girls of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority have actively participated in most campus events. Donna Smith was elected junior class secretary, and Patricia Nunn was a finalist in the Miss Northeastern contest. Alphas were represented in the Calendar Girl contest and on the executive council of Panhellenic. Gloria Overlease received statewide recognition as Northeastern's only female industrial arts major. The Phi Lambda Chi fraternity sweetheart was an Alpha Sigma Alpha girl. The Alphas played in a benefit basketball game and two girls were Alpha Phi Omega sweetheart contestants. alpha sigma alpha "Na ,.,L Q , .sv f Mu' .D E 's-sf 'Y Ninety eight 'Misha f'svl"fi" -if -se i, gd, K Jf. Qi' Alpha Sigma Alpha girls had a fun and activity filled spring. Their Senior banquet was a sentimental time of honoring their older members with engraved Bibles. Open bidding, State Day, and the Spring Formal were highlights. ' A"way out" theme party for rush, complete with psychedelic lights and swinging music en- tertained rushees. Below, the Alpha Sigma Alpha pledge class, left to right, front row, Sherry Yeargain, Carman Howard, Sharron Ballard, Pat Nunn, Judy Zawaski, Lorraine Bristol, Flhinda Nichols. Second row, Larri Ann Moore, Ruth Ann Cowan, Linda Fuller, Jackie Yeargain, Mary Shirley, Marilyn Thomas, and Nancy Lamb. ,Q Q' Ninety nine sigma fau gamma Receiving the national Emmett Ellis Scholarship Award made 1968 an outstanding year for Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. The award is given to the chapter wth the highest over-all grade point average. The Sig Taus placed fourth in intramurals with a first-place win in wrestling. Social events highlighting the year were the formals, the Christmas party and the bean and steak dinners. Special projects the Sigma Taus worked on for the year were the S. W. George Memorial Scholarship Foundation and a fund raising project for the American Red Cross. I R A-f M Why, 'rf' , L Li -!",vfV Wk 'NW' ff' A M6 4 J ,, wr' . rr ...M . 1 A ,:g+f5'?f 14 my la- Ja. f 1 . .QW J 1 1 it 14593 M at ' , .6 ..w'rr.,f"l"w . . A - 5-...ff r ' ,M " anim J' Y f W . 49" I , ., " M Arff' , W 6 i 4 W . 5cfz,.Z..,. 3 . V i . a:,. M 1 N ,iff -4114 V A V. , .3f,?"igQQ'- , I I V ,z .4 ibn as ,awww . , In A W W Wi 'w....jQ4'I,. 1- L' M1 I 'TQ' W in' j Jig' .-ruv-11 1: eb' Jim Howard, president Richard Decker Jerry Ranson, second vice president Mike W. W. Swick George Thomas John Johnson Bill Montgomery Bill Felber Jim Wise David Brooks, pled ge trainer 11. Henry Hunt 12. Dana Butcher 13. Tom Eastman 14. Steve Hitchcock 15. Jim Thompson 16. Tom Hudson, third vice president 17. Dennis Comstock, first vice president 18. Charles Randall 19. Keith Goodin One hundred one , at. V if miwiiiwz' gilfaiafimwf One The Sigma Tau Gamma spring pledge class, left to right, front row, Marcus Young, Bill Neer, David Cupp, Tom Hildy, George Long, Mike Clark, Charlie Shipman, Craig Tubb, Chuck Clarkson, Owen Harper, Chuck Griffith, pledge trainer. Back row, Tom Bunch, Paul Shields, Gary Atwell, Gary Bewley, Ken Collins, Perry Williams, Mike Rain- water, Butch Harviston, Bob Best. Below left, Tracy Carter and George Thomas are served "vittles" by Chuck Griffith. Below, National officer, David Blum, assists members Chuck Allen and Jerry Hanson with the paper work. sigma fau gamma hundred two ,M r '21 , ,I ix J .us ,QW M f FP as Y X 1 ii? E 5 ! I ,Maw 2 .. -Egg! fy 6' 4 3 if 4' I 1 sf F ffm.. if Sif X 3 , i . ia? W, 3 -' 'rf A ,,f. ffl., W . Q, fm 4, ,,.. . mpg." 'r Sandra Norris Brenda Claxton Dianna Cook Marvene Hardin Becki Hughes Bobbi Jo Sanders Trish Smith Mary Ann Hinds Sondra Baker Becki Meadows Sue Ann Singer Laurel Kelsey, keeper of grades Rita Poettgen, vice president Gayle Long Brooks Perryman Jo Candy Patti Clemmons Pat McGuire, president Pam Clarkson Judy Fthea, recording secretary lf H Linda Hammett Karen Ftidgway Jo Ann Starr Linda Parham Charlene Davis Kay Gunter Mary Shannon Susan Lauterback Cindy Kathy Guthrie Lowrance Donna Towry Sue Fogleman Sandra McCollIum Cole, corresponding secretary Beth Casey Marie Dawson Sylvia Myles Sadie Linda Mason Linda Forrest, treasurer Carol Parker One hundred lour sigma sigma sigma ln class offices and beauty contests on campus Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority was well represented. The senior and sophomore classes elected Tri Sigmas to the positions of secretary and treasurer. The Homecoming Queen court, the Calendar Girl contest, and the Miss Northeastern Contest spotlighted several Tri Sigmas. The annual Robbie Page Memorial shoeshine and the Christmas party and Easter Egg hunt for Methodist Home children were among the many activities of the girls of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sigmas continued to hold positions on the Northeastern, various campus organizations, and presided over the Panhellenic Council. miiilfz mi One hundred five w ,wry Q' , MQW- 1-,Q 'Vi , 4- Marvene Hardin and Jo Candy entertain at the Sigma rush party. Above, Pat Mason enjoys the conversation at the Preferential party. Below, the pledge class, left to right, Scarlett Barnes, Shelia Hambrick, Susan Bitting, Kathy Parker, Hope Newell, Paula Bronaugh, Linda Vance, Jeanne Walters, Vicki Sumter, and Terry Ramsey. One hundred six ff W 3 Vi s 3 Many hours of stuffing napkins go into the building of a float. The finished product and a proud sorority. i Q,-J, r dl Nami A ...ns One hundred seven .Mafw gif. Q25 gg 17 ff! ut is g 3 Far left, Jo Candy and Bill Pigg with Easter baskets ga- lore. Left, Bobbie Sanders greets at the Spring formal dance. Below far left, Many long hours were put in on the Sigma home- coming float. Below left, Scarlett Barnes and Karen Ridgway congratulate Sigma Man, Mike Nesser. He's a home town friend. sigma sigma sigma ,K Ar! fl Q M V L Q Q l . f A V. I 1 r ' I Y: - A ' lb , wi I :-V rl, ' ' A t' W id QQ 9 R , ' J" M 'ft 4 his-S' 251 X' ' ' ,' 'fr ,,,,, ,ff ' c ...Q . Z? ,fa f 'T , u p M' Derrll Buckley Ben Lomax Tom Reynolds Jerry Feese Rod Crawford David Center Arnold Horner Jack King, vice president Frank Marrs Marion Hall, corresponding secretary Jim Stout, treasurer Larry Pace Gary Carman Ron Emberson, president Mike Lester Danny Gourd Gary Dowell Terry Ambrose 19. John Kerr Bob Bullard Danny Coates Dale Nichols Thad Langford Perry Pascucci Willis Aulbert Mike Curry Louis Perrault Jake Gage Randy Flush Eddie Smith Gary Seaton James Duty John Maddox Butch Gilstrap, pledge master Kent Detmer Mac Clayton One hundred eight 'WS phi lomba chi The Student Senate and many other campus organizations were ably supplied with members of Phi Lambda Chi fraternity this year. Several members were elected to Who's Who, and to several positions in class offices. Scholastic achievement won Dean's and President's Honor Roll awards for some Phi Lambs, as well as membership in Alpha Chi and Rho Theta Sigma. The Phi Lambs were very active in intramural sports, winning the third place in overall points. They were again the Toilet Bowl champions, and winner of the Ugly Man contest. Other fraternity projects are the Tony Acosta Award, the Phi Lambda Chi Flodeo, the smokers and the Spring Formal. W lllkilmll One hundred nine JA, fi" . ,,,.. ,. 'E IE , ff -,f :ff -..f"'5" -gs?" 5. 3, ,,.-2-'3 .,.,.f" 1-211 X 1 l phi lambda chi The fall and spring pledge classes, left to right, front row, Raiph Hinkle, Jon Buchanan, Jim McFaIl, Mike Ward, Rod- ney Baker, Alan Steeley, Garry Martin, Keaton Rabon, Bug Waddle, Tom Vanderpool. Second row, Rex Bennett, Calvin Smith, Frank Lacy, Robert Lively, Robert Wilcox, Doug Paris, Jim Robbins, Doug Kidwell, Mike Green, Don Weins. Third row, Gary Gilkey, Corkey McAdams, Roger Haggard, Steve Edds, Mike Farrimond, Jerry Brown, Jim Lewis. Above, Mike Lester and Arnie Horner look over a list of rushees. Below, lelt, Mkie Staires entertains a group of rushees at the fall smoker. 'N i l X The highlight of the year for Phi Lambda Chi social activi- ties was the annual spring formal. The College Union ballroom lent a new atmosphere to the activity this year. One hundred twelve .sv Q ff! h O n O rs 1' asian-l One hundred thirteen J. Ms. A , ae ff .IAE 3 is Kay McNabb Isa la gi queen . GSP - . Q te N . '7Qs" ls-an X K Liz- k-.L A V A That magic moment when the winner is announced is lovely contestants who form the court. Afterwards the crown and a kiss from the contest iudge Steve Hope Company. hughllghted by the host of rewards begun flowers a of the Pepsi Cola Bottling 50'-AM . ,il 'J 'EW ' JAH, et ' M ,,,M in One hundred fifteen ffltfbims Ga-is lem w A Z r .L X75 1 f Editors Suzan Greene and Susan Clover served as mistresses of ceremonies during the Tsa La Gi Queen coronation. The program was sparked with enter- tainment for both the eye and for the ear by the Stage Band and the Northeastern Singers. One hundred sixteen gas " Ay Y x 1 5 In fr! 9 iff ws. 1 . kxggt' s vm 115 4, 4 'ggi ,. yu.. eil M'-1. W, i 'Iwi SN if r r Sslsf Left, Monna Kay McNabbs wrnnmg photograph Top first runner Marty Rhodes Above, Carol Blttlng thlrd runner up Top right Judy Martin, second runner up, and Above, Kay Gunter fourth runner up homecoming queen 7967 e hundred eighteen if W sr 1 s 1 5 P s f l On a rain soaked field, 1967 Homecoming Queen Treva King receives the traditional kiss from Student Senate President Bob Edmiston. The Homecoming court, teh to right, Princesses Connie Lindesmith, Kathy Waldon, Kay Gunter, Laurel Kelsey, Queen Treva King and 1966 Queen Sharon Bernardi. One hundred nineteen K if ss ,IO QWN miss northeastern s iff n ' y z "ff f 11 E 42951 'lftheastern .4 ..i .V 1 4 One hundred twenty f , Q51 4 'Q I i if , l tt r' 1. Susan Phillips, Miss Northeastern. 2. Patti Odneal, 1st runner-up. 3. Pam Gafford, 2nd runner-up. 4. Ka- ren Ridgway, 3rd runner-up. 5. Caro- lyn White, 4th runner-up. 6. Flanked by Miss Oklahoma, Carolyn Denton, and by Debbie Capehart Walker, 1967 Miss NSC, is the new queen, Susan Phillips. One hundred twenty one 51 gg --nj 'Qgzw ug ' ' f, ,Q -- 1' 13.5 5' f 3 Q. iw, fi- '-: 2 xf 7 4 mg, sS?s l,, L mx QW, miss calendar girl Karen Ridgway, sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma, receives ilowers from Pi Delta Epsilon president Connie Lindesmith. One hundred twenty three V, 5 we 3 W, .. - A '11wfMiz'if ' ,Q .W Sandy Smith North Leoser Queen 'ir ' . 1 X A I pk . , .K V 'V M Aff gtg, X 75 X L. E ' 'Y ,Mt A K ? 1 Q- 'Spa ' ' f Y 1 e S x i WN 3 gs-1 Ng' wi 5 13gtfi5i1 ig A in ilk N 5 7 Q G vit xxii-gi?-,SIX X-.Wg Q. A le, tg 31 etgei?3!Qi 1,e,,e One hundred twenty four Marvena Pelt South Leoser Queen One hundred twenty dorm queens Carol Carpenter Wilson Hall Queen five if it 5 3 it 5 2 9 lil fu QM One hundred twenty six 1. ROSEMARY LOMBARDI ROBERTS, Alpha Chi, Rho Theta Sigma, Student Education Association, 2. PERRY LUCIEN PASCUCCI, vice president of Student Senate, president of Pre-Med Club, president of senior class, Phi Lambda Chi lassociatelg 3. DAVID NOEL GRUVER, Alpha Chi, Pi Gamma Mug 4. EVE- LYN STOGSDILL MAINUS, Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Senate, Rho Theta Sigma, editor of The Northeastern '64-65, '65-665 8. JANIS THOMAS LOWRANCE, Pi Delta Epsilon, Rho Theta Sigma, editor of The Northeastern '67- 68, 7. KATHRYN JEANNE HAND, Alpha Chi, Dean's Honor Roll, Student Senate, Kappa Delta Pi, Rho Theta Sigma, 6. DIANE CATH- ERINE WALLEN, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Rho Theta Sigma, Pi Gamma Mug 5. MARION LEE HALL, Alpha Chi, Rho Theta Sigma, Phi Lambda Chi, Dean's Honor Roll. I if'-2 ' T c I who 's who "' s ef 5 One hundred twenty seven Q' Q5 wbw Q ati: 'WF 'S Ei if A331 if ,gee :.,1...w 1. NANCY EMMA MITCHELL, Rho Theta, Sig- ma, Alpha Chi, vice president of Sigma Tau Delta, President's and Dean's honor rolls, debate, Student Education Association, 2. GEORGE EVANS COOK, vice president of Phi Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Nlu Epsilon, 3. LILLIE MARIE BRADY, Rho Theta Sigma, 4. PATTI ANN COMPTON, Delta Zeta, Rho Theta Sigma, secretary of Kappa Mu Epsilon, Math Club, Student Education Association, 5. RONALD GENE VICKERS, Dean's Honor Roll, baseball, 6. DANIEL JOE SIMMONS, Sigma Tau Delta, Au-ger-du-lo, Kappa Delta Pi, 7. SANDRA McCALL STAUSS, Sigma Sig- ma, Sigma, Student Education Association, 8. LOIS JEAN SMITH, Dean's Honor Roll, Student Education Association, 9. CHARLES WILLIAM ALLEN, Dean's Honor Roll, Young Democrats, Student Senate, vice president of Sigma Tau Gamma. T3 ve 5 date 54161, x ,YO If . Q. .1 Q .44 2 . .. , t i it t V, 3 lille f-Mace: One hundred twenty nine 1. MARY MUDD CLINGAN, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Education Association, 2. BARBARA JEAN EASTHAM, Student Education Associ- ation, Alpha Chi, Rho Theta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Student Senate, 3. ROBERT RUYLE EDMISTON, president of Student Senate, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi, Rho Theta Sigma, Young Democrats, 4. LUCETTA ANN HINKEL, Rho Theta Sigma, Kappa Mu Epsilon, President's Honor Roll, 5. ROBERT EUGENE RITSCHEL, Music Educators Na- tional Conference, chorus, Au-ger-du-lo, Northeastern Singers, 6. PATRICIA RUTH HUFFMAN, president of Math Club, vice president of Kappa Mu Epsilon, Rho Theta Sigma, Dean's Honor Roll, 7. LOYCE VANCE LANE, Phi Gamma Mu, Alpha Chi, Rho Theta Sigma, Dean's Honor Roll, chorus, Who's Who '67, 8. CHARLENE AKERS, Pi Gamma Nlu, Alpha Chi, Dean's Honor Roll, Student Senate. One hundred thirty who's who R E One hundred thirty one 4l""! ! H ggwfza Q 52 , n,,,, mm...-N, who s who WW WA One hundred thirty two ,ul One hundred thirty three 1. SHARON SCHNITZMEYER STOUT, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Education Association, 2. SUZAN CASSIE GREENE, Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Senate, Who's Who '67, correspond- ing secretary of Delta Zeta, co-editor of Tsa La Gi three years, 3. SUSAN ELIZABETH CLOVER, Alpha Psi Omega, Rho Theta Sig- ma, Who's Who '67, co-editor of Tsa La Gi, Student Senate, 4. NANCY ANN RUSSELL, Pi Omega Pi, Student Education Association, 5. SHARON ANN RAINWATER, Kappa Delta Pi, Young Democrats, Newman Club, Ozarka, 6. TED PRICE BROWNING, president of Rho Theta Sigma, Kappa Nlu Epsilon, Kappa Kappa Psi, Dean's Honor Roll, Who's Who '67, 7. MARY GRAY HART, president of Women's Recreational Association, Kappa Delta Pi, Dean's Honor Roll, 8. WILLIAM ANDREW EDMUNDSON, Phi Sigma Epsilon, president of Young Democrats, debate, Stu- dent Senate. .Y 'X sl One hundred thirty four :nav uw., Ml! ueuulluuuUON"' uullzeuullfwi' 5 2 , rreerrvfttti 1. JEFFRY STEPHEN LESTER, Phi Lambda Chi, Pre Med, Student Senate, Who's Who '67, 2. JUDY ZIMMERMAN AZBILL, Rho Theta Sigma, President's Honor Roll, Home- coming Queen '66, Who's Who '67, 3. VICKIE SUE DODSON, Alpha Ci, vice president of Rho Theta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, 4. LINDA KAY KINKEAD, Rho Theta Sigma, President's and Dean's honor rolls, 5. SHIRLEY FARRILL FLINT, Who's Who '67, Rho Theta Sigma, Home Ec. Club, President's and Dean's honor rolls, 6. STE- VEN BRADLEY ELLISON, Alpha Chi, 7. DE- NISE NOEL PATTERSON, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Student Senate, Alpha Chi, Who's Who '67, Pre-Med Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Wes- ley Foundation, 8. WAYNE RAY LOVERN, Math Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon, 9. SUZANNE LOUISE SHANAFELT, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Rho Theta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Dean's Honor Roll. in One hundred thirty five v1 wl1o's who i 'Q' 1 as-n . null' One hundred thirty six campus life ty seven Enrollment worries and frustrations are the signal of the beginning of each semester. The struggle through endless lines for hours while pre-enrollees lounge in the snackbar. Filling out cards, arranging schedules, blood, sweat, and tears . . . it's all a part of the tried and true process. One hundred thirty eight f Kf- enrollment E We 33355 M Top, left to right, Kathy Waldon, Kay Gunter, Treva King, Laurel Kelsey and Connie Linesmith, finalists in the Homecoming Queen Contest. Upper left, Dr. Valgene Littlefield receives Alumnus of the Year award. Lower right, Treva King, Homecoming Queen, escorted on the field by Bob Edmiston. One hundred forty l One hundred forty one Many students burned the midnight oil to finish the floats in time, finally staggering home to bed, confident that others could take care of remaining details-only to revive themselves for the next day's activities, parade, game, dance. All part of the annual Homecoming Day festivities. homecoming Lv' E' l A '-1 V 44 One hundred forty two One hundred forty three ,. allied urls Providing a cultural aspect to our campus were The Abbey Singers, Verel and Bailly and the Chanteurs de Paris, The Olaeta Basque Festival, and the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra with Franco Autori as conductor. The Allied Arts Series brings to Northeastern students many varied types of entertainment throughout the year. drama The aim of educational theater is to attempt as many varied types of drama as possible. "Arms and the Man," a comedy by George Bernard Shaw and Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams were performed by the Northeastern thespians this year. Hosting a clinic for high school students featuring a theater in the round illustrating possibilities available in limited space was among the fall activities. A V, ,. A., . X 1- ,L U Q fexgw ss' ,S gt it 9 at as 1' bfi? se Q'QVcQ Q QQ V Qt R, is rr XQKGQQQ sg its ispagiks QE Q gk X i 4 y s ,ei Q is ss Q, SQA so 5 2 t W 5 is ' is si f iff s sg M' Q Q 6 One hundred forty four f . Q vi 5' -I an XWYQK ir, 7 A 4 ,, L.: ,gf.,.f,,. Q dp X .."a4..,',:"iw Y'a"sx :msg 'Rfk 22 KM '9 .N if ' " 19-1 fe N? Q 's.g55'x'wsXi I I NB Fm, VA 3 2 Q ff "iz W., 'X A sg, .s Te 5 .11 4.0 .f xx - "W 1 ' .- f Tiiifxifisiif ' " EY? P525 ' -j,?'Fig:f".? E R ,Vkk ,kkkk . X R351 .. One hundred forty five One hundred forty six E f i , t 3 I, KWUQVYWQQ Q One hundred forty seven dromo "The Boyfriend," a musical comedy, was the second semester drama production. The musical featured charleston routines in the setting of a French boarding school for girls. Delighting children with a ohildren's theatre show was "The Bad Children" directed by Janie Teel as a directing class assignment. Lower right, at the Sadie Hawkins, "Get Your Man Dance," Kent Detmer was selected most original costume, and Dixie Butcher and John Burris best dressed couple. Sadie Hawkins One hundred forty eight 1, Qfwwx , . campus life 5' rr One hundred forty nine in 335' dred One hundred fifty one ,4 ri u One hundred fifty two One hundred fifty three s , -pn-nl' ...sn- One hundred fifty four campus life One hundred tifty iive campus life 1 X757 .1 -Q xw, X fl., ,nw P. One hundred fifty six One hundred fifty seven ' vw-3. if 1 .2-3-A4 li .34-M", 'TJW-J? if S -1 1' f 'N ..f I H if A s Qwg . flaw i . . 4 K ., mf X 1 S 92 as is W 5, it' 'Q Q F 1 . EAS E - . if SEQ 'Xi 1 k'.Nv I QV , f f i ff Y W, 74 V Qi Z 355, , Ei 2 1 9,5 W H " One hundred sixty f XVQ.. ,mm hx -1 sports nfl .P-4 we One hundred sixty one ,, ,fa "W , rt My--- X, Henry Hunt, student sports reporter. D. M. "Doc" Wadley, Director of Athletics. Ivan Holmes, Director of Public Relations in charge of sports publicity. athletic council The Athletic Council, left to right, seated, Calvin Turnbow, chairman, Dr. Charles Galbraith, Dr. Emmit Wheat, Dr. Elwin Fite, Dr. C. L D. M. Wadley, Willa Faye Mason, Mary Margaret Frey, Dr. Amos Lombardi, William Parker. Maxwell, Ivan Holmes. Standing, Dr. Jack Kisner, Austin Ketcher, One hundred sixty two gr ' 5 iQ6iii:i.,. Qi? , Before. During! uf One hundred sixty three , ,, , 1 , W THE 1967 FOOTBALL TEAM. Left to right, front row, Ben Zimmerman, trainer, Tim Livesay, Charles Coleman, David Kiger, Dale Pittman, Robert Long, Ken Redding, Bill Caskey, Keith Gooch, Robert Mills, Norman Kaubin, Mike Weaver, Ronnie Asbill, LeRoy Wise, Phil Angieri, Jerry McCrary, Max Rowley, trainer, Tim Hendricks, trainer. Second row, Farris Strambler, Roy Barnett, Gerald Erbar, Jerry Overlease, Larry Birden, Kenny Sagely, Larry Stick, Larry Coker, Angelo LaFaro, Al Simmons, Emanual Hicks, Charles Chaplin, Rusty Goodsell, Randy Goodsell, Larry Hernandez, William Padgett, Larry Ratcliff, Ferrell Hart, trainer. Third row, Richard Corbin, Ronnie Brown, Mike Minick, .Jack Warren, Mark Logan, Ed Hamilton, Dennis Chaffin, Clarence Newton, Doug Holloway, Frank Farrow, Ernest Robinson, Joe Peterson, Fred Stephens, Raymond Grimes, B. G. Cogle, Jerry Pitt, Booker Shackleford. One hundred sixty four V , LA' Y ','i 5 f , , ,,.., ,,i'., L ,,,.., , V, ,v.,,,,.L.' . ,. , - fm,:' "M MMM M , Aq It 1 7 1 ' V , fi f Z Mzpziiiiiliigg f1tifi1,1,if i 1fh ,ii 'fg V LQ ,,,A , QQ:g.,1fAQ 1,, , ,, W 4 , 6 A A , 2 ' Ah 6 7Y ' , L n l " ' -L I 751' 7f q-33 A VA . 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Cogle on the move. football GAME SCORES NSC Opp. 7 Arkansas Tech 27 7 Northwestern State College 9 14 Southeastern State College 15 7 East Central State College 35 7 Southwestern State College 42 7 Langston University 49 0 Central State College 35 7 Panhandle A 8t M 29 7 Kansas State College 7 SEASON STATISTICS NSC Opp. First Downs 102 116 Yards Rushing 447 1331 Yards Passing 1011 1041 Pass Completions 93 81 Pass Attempts 233 152 interceptions 6 24 Punts 65 60 Punt Average 35.1 41.2 Penalties 347 803 One hundred seventy one Go!!! Richard Dumas leads the second half charge against the Savages. One hundred seventy two basketball N? The sixth man, Dan Bennett, ably inherits the ball handler 'EWS 5 position. Attempts by the Bulldogs to steal the ball kept Charlie Bighorse alert during the Southwestern game. One hundred seventy three avr' V- A - ,M W' ' -f 4 f was ' . mm, an ,, , , The 1968 Redman team, left to right, Mike Hastings, George Gunter, Coach Jack Dobbins, Bill Terry, Charley Bighorse, Bob Cleeland Coach Ken Holland, Charles Paulk, Dan Bennett, Eddie Coleman, manager. basketball Floorman Bill Terry drives the ball down court. One hundred seventy four wx, K .H '15 'rv' 'whit 'id W Flebounding leader Paulk reaches for another. Excitement, sweat, and cheers of "we're num- ber one!" filled gyms across the state as Northeastern fans journeyed along with the round ballers. Bringing fame to NSC the Red- men had nine "firsts"-a few of which were number one in the nation, coach of the year, best win-loss record in the OCAC, all college scoring record, all time rebounding record, an All-American, five OCAC All-Stars, and two players named to the OCAC squad. Season Record NSC Opp. 85 Southwest Baptist 61 90 Southwest Baptist 60 79 Central State College 75 88 Southwestern State College 78 69 Kansas State of Pittsburg 65 86 East Central State College 60 82 Southeastern State College 59 88 Oklahoma Baptist University 78 65 Phillips University 63 95 Langston University 94 71 Panhandle State College 60 82 Northwestern State College 84 67 Southeastern State College 66 77 Oklahoma Baptist University 67 84 John Brown University 67 78 East Central State College 69 74 Phillips University 54 95 Langston University 76 77 Panhandle State College 52 83 Northwestern State College 63 102 Central State College 90 95 Southwestern State College 92 70 Oklahoma Christian College 80 74 Oklahoma Christian College 72 69 Oklahoma Christian College 74 89 Athens, Alabama 72 69 Drury, Missouri 85 One hundred seventy five basketball N! Qi Ei? "--Inu' .l ...Q Mike Hastings' good hook shot has an affinity to draw fouls from the Bulldogs. .. is , , Redmen burst into action. 6'9" Charley Paulk scores again . . . again . . . and again as Southwest Baptist learns the hard way. On hundred seventy six Bill Terry kidnaps the ball from East Central. Paulk, Dumas and Ragsdale nail down the Northwestern big guns. Hustle on the boards. One hundred seventy eight News Sportswriter Henry Hunt keeps a pro scout informed on players during a game. basketball The bulk of Paulk oui-stretches a Ranger. Q One hundred seventy nine -if A, JE l r 'Q rf fwfr Zddrrff 0 if .M Ao, my 1,7 ,fm SX -JW, .L M. , ,gal ie Joe Ragsdale fights under the boards for a shot. basketball Coaches Jack Dobbins and Ken Holland hold a last-minute briefing before Coach Dobbins Concentrates on the game strategy the team hits the floor. Assistant Coach Ken Holland wants to be sure those ankles are taped right. One hundred eighty Coach Ken Holland solemnly watches the game. fl? w 5 ,N Head Coach Jack Dobbins takes a silver tray as NAIA Coach of the Year from Ike Pearson, a representative of U. S. Basketball Writers' Association. Coach Ken Holland receives an award from the Tahlequah Chamber of commerce. One hundred eighty one basketball Kansas City or Bust! fiw Charley snags another rebound in NSC victory over Athens. Paulk goes straight up to drop ball in against Drury College. One hundred eight three baseball The baseball section' of the Tsa La Gi is dedi- catedf to the memory of Marine 2nd Lt. Larry G. Stone who gave his life in Vietnam on May 22, 1967. Larry was the reg- ular second baseman on the Northeastern State baseball team which won the Collegiate Confer- ence Baseball title in 1965. Larry Stone ,ea Don Stockard takes a cut at a fast ball. One hundred eighty four ,, .4 1, . . .fr -' ., .A . , f f 'A it nfl ' ff v,-ff " f "" H+' ' 4 J, f ' , Y . . 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One hundred eighty five -up ,,,,g , :.,Q e-" he , The Redman baseball team, left to right, front row, Ray Stice, Ken Ken Case, Dennis Rogers, Warren Center, Tom Henderson, Don Gray, Larry Williams, Ken Redding, Larry Wooldridge, Gary Lloyd, Stockard, Gerald Benn, coach. Joe Tuttle. Back row, David Center, David Lloyd, Keith Gooch, " W V ' ,M - , I A ' ," ffm A , . ' , , Q, ,W ' 'Q-up-frff,.,ff, , , .nv 4 , ,New If -'fv,,g,q?f gg-Qlqry rf, :vt ,,,3,,f5t L. 5 A . r . i,j,QfZf:Qirif ,Lff,,:iQ'5 'f fry, -ev, W4 - VW... W f,fz'1,,f.2.ir,1eg.3faff ft W, twg-pd , W 4' 'mt' we 'M-M. f' ,V Whfw' f W, twrtfibmf- P? ,' ww- 'ffrgl'-f 'ft ,Q 'miagw -il MTM rw- fm. 'fir ',vrf+vt1v',,f"w,,3F'C,-, 1 if-if J, .4 ,adn ire. wr., eg-na, , ,P - , K V4.4 g.7qMWf,Wje,75fyf-, ,.f47fQ,.4wyQ5,,'3 if it ,gm uw in 1 ., fi Q?4a,'i"h41 , ft L, N 'ifswf-Q ffiff r 'V lwlyi in Cameron State is a little late getting to the bag. Play ball! One hundred eighty six baseball Shortslop waits for a low throw. e T55 Chat before warmup- Dennis Rogers maintains highest batting average. One hundred eighty seven baseball i A quick throw to first and the side retire. Strike!! Coach Benn, Don Stockard, Ken Gray, Ray Stice, Denis Rogers, Tom Henderson One hundred eighty eight Langston pitcher is picked off first base. David Center has hand bandaged during OBU game. NSC 8 0 3 3 3 8 9 0 5 3 14 6 4 4 8 5 10 8 15 7 8 8 3 One hundred eighty nine SEASON RECORD Tulsa University Tulsa University Southeastern State College Southeastern State College East Central East Central Central Missouri Central Missouri Central Missouri Langston University Langston University Southeastern State College Southeastern State College Oklahoma Baptist University Oklahoma Baptist University Cameron College Cameron College Langston University Langston University East Central East Central Oklahoma Baptist University Oklahoma Baptist University OPP 1 8 4 5 4 1 8 8 13 2 1 8 10 6 2 4 4 1 5 2 3 2 0 golf The Northeastern golfers coached by D. M. Wadley ended the 1968 season in sixth place position in the OCAC. Sporting a four win and six loss record, the linksmen competed against top ranked teams in the state. 1 ' .- K , . The Redman golf team, left to right, Terry Harrison, Bill Rush, Perry Pascussi Ron Prater, Ron Robinson, Tim Baker, D. M. Wadley, coach. NSC golfer chips out of the sand trap. Bill Rush puns short of the hole. -vywn-W The Redman tennis team, left to right, Gary Porter, Hank Comby, Larry Heller, Timm Lashley, Stoney Oxford, and Coach Ken Holland tennis 'iffy With three returning lettermen the Northeastern tennis team looked with optimism as the 1968 season opened. Though few wins were recorded, the netters managed to rack up many ties. Northeastern traveled to Edmond for the OCAC tennis tourney but lost to Southeastern State College in the final match. X I r Timm Lashley smashes the ball to A forehand serve is made opponent across the net. by Stoney Oxford. Hank Comby waits in backcourt to slam ball over the net. Senior Larry Heller specializes in his backhand slice. The 1968 track team, left to right standing, Fred Camero, Floy Barnett, Richard Black, Charley Chaplin. Sitting is Robert Mills. ,a01"i4wf' H . ,, Eric Mikel, and my-Q um. .-,.. ' - XY' M---my aaiime L. -- .fi,ii'S1"f7f' Z -.fwsef X' Charley Chaplin hands oft to speedster Eric Mikel. One hundred ninety two we , ..f .. . P .-P' t. 5 ,. ' wfi K A at +191 5 Shot put artist Robert Mills launches another. track Placing second in a tri-meet at Edmond, the Northeastern track team finished a successful year. Leading runners are Charles Chaplin, Eric Mikel, Robert Black Fred Cormier, and B. G. Cogle. Chaplin took first in the 100-yard dash running it in ten seconds. Raymond Grimes broke the old NSC record in both high jump and broad jump with 6'6" in high jump and 22'1" in broad jump. The shot-put event was captured by Robert Mills with a 45'V2" throwing distance while teammate Charles Newton places third. Go! One hundred ninety three ,mi fbi." 'ak K fs Mc U' .JL M., . ' ii' ' QL VV if ' X viixw. . a men 's inlramurals any . 35 . 6 J S 2 f QMS A Iv K ak ' .stil My xiii Phi Lamb Warren Center catches bomb. A little extra effort is shown in the final game. ,I f t -P M F xg: Q c , 1 'K Q ' a f x ,,,,......--- if .. 0 LL ,.f1T'1'W"2 . , ., . -1- f I Q X . 2i+..,.a.,Zk 1 Z.. ,,tri ,wr if i Swimmer makes start for the 100-yard free style. M 4 A gx-I W, ,f ffff ' 5271 ' V U I 'V niuwswi ' H ' Wt' is ' V A ' ,, " ' ' f ,..,, ' ,I -.1 " me-5 intramural volleyball champs are Jones' Chargers, all Iranians. Left to right, front row, Jeff Vatani, Ali Majoli, Kooroush Rouhi. Back row, Ali Ebrahimi, Ahmad Ebrahimi, Bab Flegimand, Bager Alabaf, Sam Shojai, Omid Ebrahimi. One hundred ninety four if" Fw, fe A stretch and he's out! J .. 5 Wu W, ' . N nasal . fm. K - ., i ,-. "'fYtX. Y-As .- . 'fee hs ' Play leaps high to spike bail. An exciting finger-tip grab. W' ,,,, M af , t . 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One hundred ninety seven Muscles strain to grab a rebound. 1 Q gee 5 A a. , f' u ' 'l?:f!1.'ffJ7ff!f!'f'r , ' J as in , K Ki s 'ffffwfrgwgf fr, f ,fy r ' J 1 1- A .' ffr"?i'-J"ff'w -'uf V Y L K f.,jf,x5f,gr,'r41l,fj1 rv , A V if 'N ' f " Igffgffuffrflb' if Yfff r AHS uflff' ' ' Q'If.,'fyfYHf,1,q 'my,2Xyxij ,ff 0 we r 'A-fp-'f.ff.fffff2fffr Rlffim if ff ,. A-'fifty 0,4 ' xx ' .. ws., by r New like f Pfffff ym r .X X fq.:4:,,',,-',xvv,v'v, g,.ff'y,!gjflXXQ 3' V 6 x 1 . 1 YH Y Y X' , I ':, A f,f,.i,-,1ys',1yf,r,v, X ,A 1 ,J X X R ef:- ','r"','lY" Nf ff lx V f 1 X1 ff-21. - A . ,. - -a,, 5 ""fiYf Jffjrf VN if W 2 -I as -. -, Lf," 5'1" Jiffy' MXH NYY 1 Xi? rsru ff' wry. JG, 8 nfl x. it ,j,- v ax- 4 4 5' sf ,s ,ff iw' sgqgsi, JY J' V Yeffyyfff Q, W . , ,. QE: ...u. . K ,Y 5. 3M A + rr V Intramural tennis is fun for the net sel. physical educaiion classes Spring weather brings out the Indians. U Classes turn to basketball in the winter. Advanced swimmers listen with interest One hundred ninety eight ' w wi ' s ...ss Qu ff' QQ Two hundred S' F' foculfy , 5' , ,. Two hundred one l rp - V -:nur-' F' - " ' "" l l l l l I l I l l l l Yay t . 11+ nw! lil. -itil Isbfiflipjdffifry Dewey F. Bartlett 'P 'M' ' N Governor of Oklahoma ' Dewey F. Bartlett, the 19th Governor of Oklahoma, is a well known figure to Northeastern Oklahomans. Promoting tourism in Northeastern Oklahoma brought Governor Bartlett to Northeastern's campus. Before being elected the state's second Republican governor Bartlett .qavmay served in the State Senate. He was first M5 elected to the Senate in 1962 and 1 re-elected in 1964. Governor and Mrs. K?QSQi,2'i Bartlett have three children, Dewey Jr., l A, Joan and Mike. l 1. Two hundred two OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCA- tary, Dr. E. T. Dunlap-chancellor. Bottom row, R. L. TION ARE, left to right, top row, Donald S. Kennedy- Crowder, Jr., G. Ellis Gable, Mrs. Jewell Ditmars, chairman, Clyde A. Wheeler, Jr.-vice-chairman, Harry William T. Payne, John J. Vater, Jr. P. Conroy-secretary, Exall English-assistant secre- 1 "" fri Sp- 1-u-ww. .,.-np BOARD OF REGENTS OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGES ARE, left to right, top row, Joe B. Monroe-president, M. C. Collum-executive secre- tary, Harold Garvin, Thomas Walsh. Middle row, V. L. Browne, Lawrence S. Morrison, Mrs. Mary Cherry. Bottom row, Mrs. Dovie Pruitt, Dr. D. D. Creech, Marvin Hambrick. state boards of regents Meeting on campus once every four years members of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education met at Northeastern April 29. The higher board determines the course of study, finances, budgets and statewide policies. The Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges has direct jurisdiction over state supported 4-year colleges. Faculty, staff, policies, and recommendations of the president are part of this board's responsibility. Members of the boards are appointed by the governor with the State Senate approval. Two hundred three Dr. Harrell E. Garrison, president of Northeastern State College. Two hundred four president horrell e. garrison Dr. Harrell E. Garrison added to his distinction as an administrator in 1968 by his forthright meeting of student problems and the needs of the college both physically and academically. A new college union, additions to the fine arts building and library and two new dormitories added to the physical facilities. Additional staff and faculty members provided instruction for the more than 700-student increase in enrollment. 'ES PROGRAM J IN STITUTION FU NDS President Garrison inspecting the addition to the fine arts building. Mrs. Helen Leturno, executive secrtary for the president. Gene Cragar, college union store manager, shows President Garrison a new line of letter openers. Mrs. Nancy Morris, another secretary in the president's office. 5 ... . , sjjngif ' sf' Dr. Garrison finds a Northeastern jacket he likes in the sportswear department of the college union store. Two hundred five ,.N..,x -, .,.f deans 2 5 5 - M Z , 'gg 'V 1 ' Two hundred six Q E I . if Q pf-'N pw. 5 Q... WR ,i deans Dr. Elwin Fite Dean of the College Dorothy Willey Secretary Ginny Wilson Secretary Dr. Vernon Burrows Graduate Dean Shirley Kisner Secretary Mildred Randels Dean of Women Betty Draper Secretary Dr. Minter Uzzell Dean of Students Helen Peters Secretary A.-6 Dr. Ed. Battles Registar Faye Doss Secretary Dr. William Parrish Purchasing Director Jo Ellen Rogers Secretary O. W. Jones Housing Director Hattie Mae Galloway Secretary Dr. H. L. Helton Student Aids Director Daisy Davis Secretary Dr. Jack Kisner Placement Director Wanda Morrison Secretary Patrick Laurie Traffic Director Betty Mills Secretary Hike 55' ,ss ' S 5? xx wwe - ,A O N . K'.. 'K :V ex...--qv-jlfo .mst special services s :ji 1 3,5 A Two hundred nine If in.. :F za .im , he L'-sE.f..f':'::f. m., g 1 A Jr 3, X5 5 gg Wifi Wig ,ig l ff.. gxfkf J: 2-V, 1 f M- img... ,J A .iifggzif ' QW55 25- efgf-fffl, I' I 2. XR c Q 3' .- j n J 22'-'M N446 wuzum ,ip ,Mu X A fx - L 'vygk LQ' e M Q, 4 11543-' a :GPI I 1' Two hundred ien x I ii: Two hundred eleven Dr. John Lowe Division Chairman Political Science Dr. Maxwell White History Charles Rogers Geography William Tonkin History Louise Smith Division Secretary Charles King History Robert Greubel Economics Jay Munsell Sociology Thomas Dean Geography John Buss Economics it Ronald Fisher Political Science James Williams History Norman Sheff History Everett Summerhill Economics William Parker Sociology Michael Murphy History Calvin Turnbow History Stephen Fuller History Paul Travis History Marcia Darnell History Larry Clinton Sociology Rudia Halliburton History -- Two hundred twelve 1-I Nl X X Q gp a Q 13 3 fs' ,5. . 1 A. affix- f Q 2 ' ' A nz ii' ' Richard Bullock Geography Dr. Adele Turner Sociology Brian Rader Political Science Dr. Amos Maxwell Political Science Marvin Ernst Sociology Dr. Nathan Brooks Geography We 1- 535 S ' ' Ffliif? In S 1 SO C I Cl S C I en C 6 S l as lses , f in si- i H fi i , .l . f"' Q i S r Q --,, g fe. ,. fi' 2- WW' :IT ,Ef3,:2:':':'- - X 4 :rm L' 5 523? 5 2555 5 M R ,X Two hundred fourteen his Q- sril I X. wk A -, V- Q rx . J W, communicolions MXN. 1. Dr. Frank Vesiey Division Chairman English 2. Charles Oliver English 3. James Murphy Speech 4. Martha Green Division Secretary 5. Ivan Holmes Journalism Two hundred fifteen Perry Hanan Speech Myrna Hammons English Paul Culp English M. Catherine Norwood English James Walker English Billie Redford Wise English Luana Lair English Judith Wallis Speech and Drama Richmond Brown Journalism Virginia lVlillican English Robert Ashcraft English Maurine Smith English QW communications Two hundred seventeen 1. Dr. Hattie Propst English 2. Elizabeth Milvo English 3. Dr. Valgene Littlefield Speech 4. Mari Lyn Melin English 5. Mary Saunders English 6. Carl Parker Speech 7. Harvey Lamberson Speech 8. Tom Cottrill Speech 9. Sharon Williams English 10. Jane Teel Speech 11. Bruce Tibbetts English 12. Eugenia Thompson English 13. Dr. Marjorie Holland English 14. Jim Barnes English in memoriom MARY SAUNDERS April 12, 1968 Two hundred eighteen Q communications f , Thddt practical orts B. F. Ferguson Division Chairman Industrial Arts Wesley Houk Accounting Sarah Hudson Business Education Barbara Pollard Business Education Dr. Nadene Harris Home Economics Dr. Jack Whisenhunt Business Education Dr. Mary Haas Home Economics Irma Stierwalt Business Education Raymond Gann Industrial Arts Dr. Lovena Wheeless Business Education Dr. Russell Walker Business Education Jerry Jobe Business Education Cleo Hall Division Secretary . jg ,nf Q Nw X - AA. X we it .--"' Two hundred twenty X H' fi if f x Q ax W' ' S Z6 s li if , u 25' lr is :Q Y by . x" avg -ffm x -4, .xx r ' s ,aa Hrs 1 g 5 vs'f r-- ,l .4 ..z3' - f,w'u 'ls If V 5 i:a:ffg?+ is xi., Qs .H my sa -l ?"6 8 . Q :H-1 A if L3 'x x'. w. Q sy ' 1 is 5. 45' s'rv ,v "'oo 4... y- mrs 4 4514's f .Q is g. n. 49? Q i ak: -x-1 Qi, Q ,sz o v i 4 . ...g . -.If sa, 4 zitafff 4 ue" .Y- -1. 54-55 546, 55-Q fr ff! 'S 6 'Q Ei :W , KS 's' xg: assist +" sstbafgf, " g,'a+:,f ,' +8 'leaf Qiolgfi f :tif frsgfhlw , "Hsu H Y l W fl ms Qlflu, f nfl 5 if y .wg eg! x R x .1 rx, YZ, if if is . , it , 5 ff lilly? F 4 fx - ,fm-Q Two hundred twenty one 1. John Lombard Business Education 2. Dorothy Yandell Business Education 3. Zoe Davis Business Education 4. Dr. Cesaro Lombardi Industrial Arts A 5. John Moffitt Accounting E 6. Dr. James Ledbetter Industrial Arts 2' sv, ' -.. practical orts .im g : 1' fiffffgw f' A w. 4 I . .V yfvwc, , if F53 - D i D f . N ,i .ft f., , be 1 MW. , , I 1' M .,, 'W 1 i -Q W ' . 1 M-1,-...w.,....f ' ,M J i fi , f .f i Two hundred twenty three fine cirfs 1. Dr. Theo Nix Division Chairman Music 2. Evelyn Gravitt Division Secretary 3. David Hilligoss Speech 4. Dr. Theodore Walstrum Music 5. Richard Coones Art . s ,1 f M l he f .f,, 3' fine orts 1. Sylvanna Prechtl Music 2. Dr. Ralph Whitworth Music 3. Dr. Paul Grover Music 4. Lowell Lehman Music 5. Brenda Sullivan Art 6. Frances Mu rtha Modern Language 7. Eugene Sullivan Ceramics 8. Dr. Merle Farnsworth Modern Language Two hundred twenty four A, X New Q qv' if-5 N .Wf LAWWW . K ' , , .AV . of! M ff? 22 ,Mg , A-e gg, U V w sg V, Ib-, . 4, "whiz ,WMWMH-1 .-'sshd yr f, 1.4621 Two hundred twenty five 1- X Q fj- Q 1 N Q 5225353 t X fisifwi A. f x iff w N 1 L. E. Wallen Division Chairman Chemistry Mary Jane Scott Division Secretary Charles Grant Mathematics Dr. Ray Carpenter Mathematics Dr. Joe Anderson Botany George Clarke Science Edward Galloway Science Kirk Boatright Physics Dr. D. D. Finley Chemistry Seldon Bowman Science David Cook Chemistry natural science, and is 9 mofhemafics Two hundred twenty seven 2 5: . Qggkxf 3 -Q7 7 W,giffI--ifM212 .. 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Clinton Smith Biology Austin Ketcher Chemistry Robert Harvey Mathematics John Taylor Science Mike Reagan Mathematics I r- ,gg W. W., ,,,4,.,.,th Two 1. Dr. Major McClure Division Chairman Education 2. Dr. J. F. Plett Education 3. Peggy Van Fleet Division Secretary 4. Bettye Best Freshman Secretary 5. Rev. Bill Bradley Religious Education 6. Guy Friend Freshman Counselor 7. Leonard Rainwater Freshman Counselor 8. Robert Webb Freshman Counselor 9. Dr. Donald Herrlein Freshman Counselor . Dr. James Sego Education . Dr. Corbett Smith Education education and af hundred thirty psychology .X B 4 P m Hi ""s. 5 Two hundred thirty two education and HQ H 'M' 5 W vw' .fs ! F as x ,. N- 3 - 5' . .4 , , L, Q, Q f 11. 3 N if psychology Dr. Harvey Jones Education Ralph Hatley Audio Visual Dr. Howell Myers Education Willie Harold Jones Speech Therapy Dr. Glen Sizemore Psychology Rev. Robert Majors Religious Education Dr. Wallace Hill Education Dr. Erwin Turner Psychology Lee King Quiett Psychology Mary Peake Speech Jerry Teel Speech Education Dr. William Riddle Education l 5 K 'H c,,,,,-N Two hundred thirty three at 3 'F .fav L siw W z f if 'QMS' R 3 5 .gt 95 'QAXQ Y N gg . as Q QQ? Qi' QA? Q it Q g t it it 5 ZF - if c sg y hs gigs , it sscl if 2 X ii' " , , Q, f N 5 . .2 1- .X Z , 77 W i ,i " if f A 2 1 Two hundred thirty four education and Dr. Dan DeLoache Education Dr. Floyd Stierwalt Education Dr. James Goss Education Dr. Charles Galbraith Education Carol Ann Cottrill Secretary Dr. Lloyd Slagle Education Dr. Frankie Harris Elementary Education Dr. Ross Underwood Education Dr. James Adams Education Dr. Lloyd Coppedge Education Dr. Jimmy Martin Education Dr. Howard Thompson Education Dr. Mitchel Mann Psychology Dr. James Jones Psychology psychology JF' ,l,, h.... ,..L ' X Q7 ' V A ,4-ss, -V 4 ,f Two hundred thirty five ,, ,,,,,,w 4 I ' , ,. , V L. fin 3 M 13 fi- -? i W- - - library science Two hundred thirty six Gilbert Fites Division Chairman Library Science Reba Cox Library Science Obera Cude Assistant Librarian Polly Clarke Library Science Helen Wheat Assistant Librarian Capitola Wadley Library Science Gladys Dennis Assistant Librarian Anne Hoyt Library Science Mary Tressider Library Science Pauletta Stauss Clerk Imogene Nix Library Science Linda White Clerk Jewell Dold Library Assistant Two hundred thirty seven rw.-Y fm .,,,...,, W. I I P I r I r 5 r w F V 5: in K 5 ,, Q A iff heanh, physical .nc f 5 'X nf px w. ,, 'X 5 3 'S Q . - -SJ ,Lg gsm: 2a,w. X ,Q Wg: ,.f, 35555 4 " XS M Ei? ,WIFE HQ! .Q M 44' , Two hundred thirty eight I 'if A tg Q , X education 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Dean Wadley Division Chairman Physical Education Dorothy Frie Physical Education Donna Traugh Health and P. E. Martha Markham Physical Education William Mills Physical Education Dr. Robert Lander Physical Education Mary Frey Health and P. E. Dr. Kenneth Holland Physical Education Tracy Norwood Physical Education Willa Faye Mason Physical Education Jack Dobbins Physical Education ond sofety Two hundred thirty nine Deanna Land Division Secretary Dr. Dan Fuller Health and P. E. George Elliott Health and P. E. Dr. Melvin Crawford Health and P. E. Gerald Benn Physical Education health, physical educoiion and safely :na . L.. A-,k --.l , -la-'ssl - 11sf':lgggh-gg-.la-'il5figiiiiifflffilffaifiiilf'Yifififi-,- ff x we Qwixfff Qlwmeiesfisr- .f , . K -. ii MSM? 7li?.:fYL1 P51 lil' 'i ' -S S fl sms S .s N S ,xr - F gl A-S., . f l iii .gf ewixfflzzw X Q Sk xx Q N EK Q 'N rlarjaaaafo -A rw 'Y , .ww .X A U . F f f' X I 5 ,Q-., ,-N P Vg it khk' Q 1 Two hundred forty public relations 'Nw 19' , ,. ,nj -' I K K i . .V U rqgky, N-W.: X ,W ,,V4 it . i 1. Mary Catherine James Publications 2. Ivan Holmes Director 3. Sara James Secretary 4. John White Printing Specialist 5. Richmond Brown Assistant Director graft' iii ii i X Two hundred forty one . , , A52 my il' f' , A" ,.f',1Qw ' college union i gx A F Q ,' 5 . k .ii .. hx Vrkgk K K 5 is . , Sk N - ,, ,, , 1 2 Xm.. . M- ' Q 1 X B1-X Y 1 A - , ' , F -I I J . -X A ' ---- - A ,.. .Q , 'NNQ E --K A - .- . x K . '-- 1 N f 1 f A- M BN i 1 Q-3 . . ig Kd R '? 'S ' .5 K 2 Af K TT - ' A - .. ' , sigf Ts: ga , I A I Two hundred forty two hifi K iight wxggiug iaiuuuaanu Dana May Director Beth Whltworth Secretary Jane Vase Operator Ahmwake Frasher Operator Susie Jeffery Operator Wanda Km Supervisor Tom Rogers Superintendent Carol Lawley Secretary Joe King Printer Amos Wakefield Pfiflfel' Terry Reed Printing Instructor i AR if fo W i ff J , .4 ' x' LX- WW book store 1. Gene Cragar Bookstore Manager 2. James Elder Assistant 3. Dixie Dudley Cashier 4. Evelyn Dickson Cashier 5. Bob Smith Assistant 6. Shirley Evans Assistant 7. David Briggs Assistant Two hundred forty four Doris Ellis Clerk Mary Gafford Clerk Norma Hickman Clerk Linda Beaverson Clerk Jean Peter Clerk Lela Stowers Clerk Jane Hensley Clerk Pauline Henry Clerk regislry N ww. A O. J. Pyland Controller Bill Hinton Bookkeeper Charlotte Ledbetter Clerk Betty Burroughs Clerk Naomi Campbell Clerk Wilma Carpenter Clerk Jo Ann Otten Clerk Susie Sanders Clerk LaFerne Smith Clerk Gail Thompson Clerk Glenda Parker Clerk Rowena Woodard Clerk Carolyn Jones Clerk l QQ! f g ' K-sf1.,g+f 5 s r up N sf 4 hgh' fffff 'Q' If Two hundred forty six E s iffy? , I ff'-'xss ' ,,,. , E gy 2, I x K I 1 Y im' 1 1L,',. z" 4 -Mr . 1 Q , x ,, H L . ,A. V , .-,,, "' Q .,,, Q fl' 4 1- . . ,ff X. V-5 f gg 2. f LH- : kt' 'sir' rv business office. Ref" HQ' .WN in if SEN A X .X Seated, Mrs. Lela Canada, Director of Student Health Services. Standing, left to right, student assistants Ron Henke, Donna Fisher, Warren Williams and Jean Scott. R wk. student health center we t get J T 1 fi R- xt 1--yi QE.: ,UK , . n.qv - "' Two hundred forty eight ,,, ,A . .,.,..,-..+s..as........,w.M,..a. , - - Q- dorm mothers Juanita Teal South Leoser Lazora Clayton Haskell Hall Neoma Albitz Logan Hall Ernestine Starr Wilson Hall Elsie Hood North Leoser Elma Cowand South Leoser Kitty Hill Haskell Hall Frances Scott Ross Hall Nancy Robertson Dietitian Cassie Greene Leoser Center Frenchie Dorman Leoser Center Jean Chambers Leoser Center Elsie Thornburg College Union Juanita Hodgins College Union cofeierio Two hundred fifty X V ' . 'Qs ease? any Q ,, W nf df V, Z" Two hundred fifty one photography Delmar Asbill School Photographer Jerry Hanson Student Photographer John Maddox Student Photographer John Reed Printer Bonnie Burnett Secretary Q 3' sf Two hundred fifty two .Q 5 P N mf, -4 x I classes ,., Two hundred fifty three iw 4... ? seniors Acton, Joe English Okmulgee Armstrong, Luana Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Arnett, Gary Industrial Arts Porum Arnold, Patsy Elementary Ed. Muskogee Senior class officers Linda Forrest, secretaryg Perry Pascucci, president: Bill Fabian, vice presidentg Brenda Claxton, treasurerg and Mike Staires, Student Senate representative. Two hundred fifty four WE-."':..'-'N Ballard, David History Quinton Barnes, James History, Pol. Sc. Owasso Barnett, Chloeen wwe . t . ,X Elementary Ed. Sand Springs E if Battenfield, Louise Business Education Salina Beaver, Mose Physical Education Morris Benedetto, Jim Music Muskogee Bennett, Rex Business Education Miami Benton, Larry Business Education Independence, Kan. Bernardi, Joe Physical Education R. 'alumn- X--. s Two hundred fifty five Hartshorne Bingham, James Accounting Tahlequah 'ww Black, Sarah Elementary Ed. t Quapaw fa I T Blair, Paul Thomas 1 Accounting A g at Muskogee Blanks, Rodney Speech Therapy McAlester Bowen, Dorothy History Spiro Brassfield, Ken History Claremore Bratton, Viola Elementary Ed. Keota Brazeas, James Business Adm. Jenks Brazil, Bertha Sec. Tr., Bus. Adm. Muskogee Brendler, Thomas Accounting Tahlequah Bristol, Artha Music Education Muskogee Brookes, Alice Elementary Ed. McAlester Brown, Ronnie Physical Education Chickasha Browning, Ted P. Mathematics Bartlesville Bryant, Martha English Tahlequah Burk, Michael Phys. Ed., Psychology Tulsa Burris, Phyllis English Kellyville Butcher, Dana Accounting, Business Tulsa Butler, DeEtta Business Education Skiatook Butler, Donald Industrial Arts Skiatook Byfield, Doug ,gm Economics Z' ' T Tahlequah ffsx . is if 'at ,jx if Cable, Joyce 'N' ,,2 ' Elementary Ed. f X Eufaula 5, 4 call, Bill gg, 3 Sociology I Tulsa 5 T , hm Cannarsa, Terry Economics Muskogee Cantrell, Gerald Psychology Stilwell Carmon, Linda Elementary Ed Fort Gibson Carpenter, Carol Elementary Ed. Bartlesville 'D Cayce, Linda Elementary Ed. Kansas Caywood, Charlotte English Tulsa fo- Childress, Pearline Elementary Ed. Coweta Claunch, Nell Business Education Warner seniors sf iq-wr f W.-. T Q X . Ax xl A at fn .M 'age-A-Q? X X R is 5 ' 5,4 .1:4' LQ S Two hundred fifty seven Claxton, Brenda Bus. Ed., Elem. Ed. Coweta Clevenger, Cheryl Mathematics Stilwell Clingan, Elizabeth Elementary Ed. Tulsa Clingan, William Business Adm., Ed. Hobart, Ind. Clover, Susan Speech Chandler Cole, Steve Industrial Arts Tahlequah Collins, Linda Mathematics Wagoner Combes, Miriam Elementary Ed. Tulsa Combs, Sharon Business Education Proctor Compston, Troy Natural Science South Coffeyville Condren, Gary Mathematics Muldrow Connor, Wesley Bus. Adm, Accounting Tahlequah Conway, Sally English Picher Cook, Diana Sue Elementary Ed. Tulsa Cook, George Mathematics McAlester Copeland, Barbara Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Cravens, Frank Art Tulsa Crawford, Agatha English Hanna Crittenden, Barbara Business Education Tahlequah Cunningham, Orvil History Strang r,,,,,,,--, ,. T W- - r l l Davenport, Jerry Biology Quinton Davidson, John Business Ad. Muskogee Davis, Chanenna S. Home Economics Eufaula Davis, Gary Business Ad. Tahlequah Davis, Philip Biology Fort Smith, Ark. Denton, Dean Business Education Coweta Derrick, Glenda Elementary Ed. Muskogee Devero, Wesley Business Ad. Norman Dillard, Judy Elementary Ed. Sapulpa Dillard, Michael Accounting Sapulpa Dodd, Shirley Elementary Ed. Indiahoma Dodson, Vickie History Broken Arrow Dove, Thomas W. English Tahlequah Doyle, Burl Social Studies Stilwell Ducotey, Howard Business Ad. Fairfax Ducotey, Janie Business Ed. Shidler Duensing, Karen Sue History Broken Arrow Dumas, Richard Physical Education Kansas City, Kan. Duncan, Gary Accounting Tahlequah Dunham, Roger Elementary Ed. Tahlequah 'Quciv SSI ff xt. up fl?- jg K- it f I we at Two hundred fifty eight Dunlap, Theresa Natural Science Bartlesville Eacret, Jim Natural Science K eota Eastham, Barbara Mathematics Tahlequah Eberhard, Annette Elementary Ed. Tulsa 1 Left Carefree days linger for seniors, then are gone. Above Friendships are older and classes more difficult. seniors Edmiston, Robert Ruyle Political Science Jenks Edmondson, William A. Speech Muskogee Edwards, Beverly Elementary Ed. Sand Springs Eidschun, Patricia English Shady Point seniors Elliott, Mary Biology Borger, Tex. Elton, Brent Biology Grove Essary, Don Economics, Bus. Ad Porter Essary, Roy Economics Porter Evans, Mary Business Education Pryor Fabian, Bill Business Ad. Tulsa Fargo, Mary English Kellyville Farris, Marilynda Natural Science Fort Smith, Ark. Feigel, David Art Sand Springs Finch, David History Muskogee Fish, Helen Elementary Ed. Fort Smith, Ark. Fletcher, Mildred Sociology Bunch Flint, Shirley Home Economics Claremore Ford, Charles Biology Tulsa Foreman, William D. Chemistry Pryor Forrest, Linda English Locust Grove Foutch, Don Psychology Tulsa Froese, Lloyd R. History Inola Gage, Garry Chemistry Tulsa Gage, Louise Elementary Ed. Roland X, x X R .LW, X-I 46" Two hundred sixty one Gamble, Richard Accounting, Economics Hominy Gay, Sharron Elementary Ed. Adair George, Paul Physical Education Gallup, N. M. Givens, Marverine Business Education Muskogee Glenn, Fern Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Goble, Dale English Sand Springs Godfrey, Bill Economics Tulsa Godfrey, Diana English Tahlequah Godfrey, Richard Speech Tulsa Goodsell, Rusty Physical Education Tulsa Goss, Jim Social Studies Tahlequah Goss, Owen Physical Education Webbers Falls Gossett, Jane Elementary Ed. Vlan Grady, Dwight Elementary Ed. Dewar Grammer, Lowana Home Economics Tulsa Graves, Mary Jo Music Education Tulsa Green, Verna C. Speech Therapy Claremore Greene, Suzan Spanish Tahlequah Grego, Mary Ann Elementary Ed. McAlester Gruver, David Geography Siloam Springs, Ark. r,,.,,,-,,., , l Above, lt's a long ride home from Alva after losing a rough game. Right, Drew Edmondson is following in his father's footsteps. Second right, The coveted moment is here. Far right, Congratulations to Joe Haning on his new office. Below, A well-worn and much-used bench. 'ifeae Hall, John Accounting Oologah Hall, Judy Art Tulsa Hand, Katherine Elementary Ed. Talala Hand, Smokey Economics Ramona Haning, Joe Economics Tulsa Hardesty, Michael Elementary Ed. Morris Hardesty, Sue English Coweta Harrell, Deanna Elementary Ed. Bartlesville , i ' Two hundred sixty two E...-' I' M 6 Wilt' Q S Two hundred sixty three seniors Harrington, Gary Sociology Muskogee Hart, Ferrell Business, Accounting Tulsa Hart, Mary Physical Education Tulsa Hartner, Keith Business Ad. Tulsa Hayes, Chris Physical Education Waynesville, Mo. Hayner, Diane English Muskogee Head, Haskell Chemistry Stigler Heard, Terry Joe Bus. Adm., Economics Muskogee Hedge, Jack Biology Claremore Heller, Larry Business Ad. Tulsa Helm, Jean Business Education Pineville, Mo. Henderson, Connie Spanish Fort Gibson Hendrickson, Rita Business Education Tahlequah Henley, Prentice Pre-Dental Vinita Herring, Robert Economics Bartlesville Heyl, Cynthia Ann Library Science Vinita Hickman, Geraldine Elementary Ed. Tulsa Hinton, Margie Lou Spanish Waco, Tex. Hodges, Kenneth Journalism Warner Hodges, William Accounting Gore Holt, Lawana Jean Speech Pryor Honeywell, Donna Elementary Ed. Tulsa Hood, Eugene Mathematics Hitchita Horn, Jo Ann Business Education Gore Horton, Samuel Economics, Sociology Muskogee Huffman, Patricia Mathematics Tahlequah Hughes, Becki Elementary Ed. Muskogee Infield, Billie Nave English Barnsdall Ivey, Donna Art Education Pryor Johnson, Carolyn Elementary Ed. Tahlequah Johnson, John Sociology Tahlequah Jones, Barbara English Fort Gibson Jones, David History McAlester Jones, James Speech Muskogee Jones, Linda Elementary Ed. Tulsa Karpack, Norma Dean English Stilwell Kazmierkiewicz, John Art Education Little Rock, Ark. Kennedy, Patricia Sociology, Psychology Fort Smith, Ark. Kinkead, Linda Physical Education McAlester Knupp, Mary Elementary Ed. Coweta ',,,....,,.m,. . , fgflw., WU? lftv ' A 5' 1 ' 'iv 1.5, . ar' yq .e 5 , iltiii 4 J Two hundred sixty four ,K . PM 2-5 3 A 52 ' M it ,rw E ,L WNW? 1 s sgi 1 5 l ,Kit Two hundred sixty five Koditek, Linda Accounting, Bus. Adm. Muskogee Kroll, Linda Sociology Tulsa Kupsick, Betty Business Education Westville Lack, Sue Ann Elementary Education Garber Lane, Loyce History Tahlequah Larson, Richard Sociology Tulsa Lauterbach, John Mathematics Chouteau Lauterbach, Susan English Wagoner Lemmons, Leon Mathematics Keota Lemons, Denny Economics Sapulpa Lester, Charles Pol. Sci., Sociology Tahlequah Lewis, James Accounting Afton Lindsey, Nancy Elementary Education Bartlesville Linnet, Kay Elementary Education Sapulpa Lively, Jerry Mathematics Bokoshe Love, Sammie Lee Elementary Education Morris Lowrance, Janis English Muskogee Lowrance, Kathy Business Education Tulsa Lowther, Glen Physical Education Tulsa Lynch, Liane Accounting Houston, Tex. SGDIOFS v--f- - --- McCall, Fred History Muskogee McCIanahan, Edwin Zoology Tulsa McGuire, Pat English Tulsa McSpadden, Harold Mathematics Chelsea Macke, Charles Business Tulsa Mackey, Janell Secretarial Training Wagoner Mackey, Phillip Accounting Wagoner Mackey, Richard Biology Wagoner Maier, Diane Home Economics Tulsa Maisano, Jimmy Elementary Education McAlester Marshall, Vicki Spanish Tulsa Mason, Linda Home Economics Muskogee Mason, Pat English Tulsa Meadows, Becky Sociology Tulsa Meeh, Jane Business Education Westville Mikel, Eric Industrial Arts Tulsa Miller, Michael Chemistry Tulsa Mills, Peggy Home Economics Wagoner Mitchell, Frankie Elementary Ed., Home Ec. Okmulgee Mitchell, Nancy Speech, English Bartlesville BN 'IIQMCDF :. Fm' . Q, -- , .ff 41 i ,.,. A. r w-at-fat, A Q5 q if - V Two hundred sixty six The treasured ring, registration work at college events, pensive thoughts amid activity, and a keen eye are all parts of being a senior. W!- Two hundred sixty seven seniors Moland, Jo Anne Elementary Education Bartlesville Montgomery, Mary Ann Physical Education Ketchum Montgomery, Stephen Mathematics Tulsa Montoya, Mary Elementary Education Sallisaw Moon, Darlene Art Chouteau Moreland, Delbert Physical Education Copan Murray, Curtis History Wagoner Murray, Maxine English Wagoner Newland, Bill Music Education Tulsa Newkirk, Jill French Muskogee Olinghouse, Robert Social Studies Tulsa Oliver, Delores Ann Elementary Education Fort Gibson Orendorff, Ellis Business Administration Tulsa Palmer, Jimmy Jr. Accounting Eufaula Parker, Betty Psychology, Sociology Vian Parker, Carol Rader Elementary Education Tulsa Parker, Gary Accounting Muskogee Parker, Gloria English Haskell Parrott, William English Bristow Pascucci, Perry Biology Tulsa Perryman, Brooks Speech Therapy Tahlequah Perryman, Glenn Industrial Arts Education Warner Philtips, Donna Accounting, Economics Clayton Pitt, Jerry Physical Education Oklahoma City Poe, John Busines Ad. Pryor Poettgen, Rita Elementary Ed. McAlester Pool, Beatrice Elementary Ed. Tulsa Porter, Ladonna Elementary Ed. Tahlequah seniors 'it XX 1 it Two hundred sixty eight Two hundred sixty nine Prado, Gene History Muskogee Price, Eulene English Morris Rader, Mary Ann Music Education Claremore Rainwater, Sharon Ann History Elementary Ed. Muskogee Ramplp, Patricia Elementary Education Eufaula Rector, Dixie Elementary Education Sallisaw Reeves, Betty Elementary Education Pawhuska Renfrow, Earl Biology Tulsa Rhea, Judy Elementary Education Tulsa Rhodes, Shirley Elementary Education Broken Arrow Risner, Sue Elementary Education Pryor Roberson, Thomas Rae Physical Education Oak Lawn, Ill. Roberts, Don Chemistry Jenks Roberts, Ray Physical Education' Pawhuska Robertson, Carolyn Elementary Education Muskogee Robinson, Ernest Physical Education Muskogee Robinson, Judy Elementary Education Pawhuska Robinson, Larry Elementary Education Pawhuska Rochau, Ray Biology Tahlequah Rogers, Kenneth History Tulsa l.eft, Football team manager Ferrell Hart at work on a repair job. Below, Another team manager Ben Zimmerman fin back- grogndi and player Emmanual Hicks in action on the practice I6 . vw ,ek c E 5. at Q A-aw. ax--. 'L Q ' 'K 'ir g QQ -W A, do A Rose, Terry Social Studies Westville Ryan, Annette Education Tulsa Elementary , Q -to A I ' 5. i QE Savage, Halsell Biology McAlester Savage, Jerry Elementary Education McAlester Sears, Mike Accounting Bartlesville Sells, Linda Elementary Education Sallisaw Sharkey, Dennis Accounting Tulsa Sharkey, Sandra Business Education Dewar , Two hundred seve nty V -.fs mx kr i--S, S' I Z-4. ,..l 'Q , t 'X ?- as www- T. Q rt ,:, , , sf' 3 'I t A xr 'P f -fits it WEN sh Two hundred seventy one seniors Sharp, Gary Physical Education Salina Silver, Floyd Elementary Education Tahlelquah Simmons, Dan English Ramona Smith, Bridget English Morris Smith, Carolyn Business Education Heavener Smith, Joyce English Wagoner Smith, Lawana English Keota Smith, Lois Business Hulbert Snelling, William K. Music Pryor Sparks, Lois Elementary Education Vinita Staires, Mike Pre-Med lnola Standifer, Sharla English, Drama Muskogee Stavely, Sharon Elementary Education Sallisaw Stevens, Jim English Tulsa Stockton, Linda Elementary Education Strang Street, Jewel Psychology, Sociology Tulsa Stubbs, J. C. Physical Education Claremore Swafford, Waldo Business Administration Sand Springs Taylor, Tommy Accounting Tulsa Terry, Bill Business Education Stroud Thomas, John Elementary Education Stilwell Thompson, James R. Sociology Wagoner Thompson, Judy French Foyil Thompson, Mary Elementary Education Tulsa Treadwell, Jim Accounting Tulsa Turk, Bob Business Education Dewey Vanhooser, Marvin Industrial Arts Watts Vaughn, Judy Elementary Education Cleveland Wadley, Harold Accounting, Bus. Pryor Waldon, Kathy Speech Hominy Walenta, Danna Elementary Ed. Tulsa Walker, Linda Business, Elementary Tahlequah Walker, Sharon Elementary Education Haileyville Warren, Larry Business Education Haileyville Watkins, Ronnie History, Pol. Sci. Muskogee Watson, Clorine Business Education Westville Waymire, Jerry Physical Education Bixby Weakley, Susan Elementary Education Norman Weaver, Mike Physical Education Miami White, Carl Elementary Education McAlester seniors .-an , .M 3,-W .Q 7 wW,m In -. . X. QM X s sm Ns QV -F . xxx - 3' ar 1 Y W 3 i 2 A x White, William Sociology Oklahoma City Wickett, Raymond Business Administration Tulsa Wigginton, Stephen Elementary Education Oologah Wilson, Larry Psychology Sapulpa Wilson, Linda Business Education Muskogee Winton, David Elementary Education Dewar Wood, Dana Business Ad. Sapulpa Wooldridge, Larry Mathematics 'W Tulsa Worley, Janet Elementary Education Fort Gibson wwf Zimmermann Ben Elementary Education 5 Sapulpa Xmas? was , if WY S t Yr js rl sk JCE 3 9,1 . 'FT' Aguilar, Yolanda McAlester Allard, Mary Jean Big Cabin Allison, David Wagoner Anderson, Jane Sand Springs Alsop, Tommy Muskogee Archer, Chris Tulsa Armstrong, Richard Vian Arnold, Beverly Wagoner Ash, Jon Tulsa Ashe, Cindy Pryor Atchley, Linda Tulsa Ayres, Linda Sue Blueiacket Bain, Judith Heavener Baker, Tim Tahlequah Ball, Randy Holdenville Barnes, Garcia Sapulpa Barnes, Scarlett Haskell Barnett, Billie Blueiacket Bartholomew, Dale Billey, Thelma Skiatook Oklahoma City Baty, Sandra Bitting, Carol Tulsa Talala Beall, James Blair, Penny Jo Hulbert Sand Springs Bell, Jack Blankenship, Linda Beggs Wagoner Bennett, Danny Blue, Vicky Okemah Sperry Bernardi, Sharon Bond, Raymond Hartshorne Stigler Two hundred seventy tive K Brewer, Rose Tulsa Brinkley, Tom Tulsa Brooks, Richard Broken Arrow Brooks, Shirley Tulsa Brown, Charles Tulsa Brown, Gerald Catoosa Brown, Katherine Porum Brown, Velma Oklahoma City Brumley, Sharon Cleveland Burchett, Barbara Tahlequah Burns, Jim Tulsa Butler, Diane Panama 'S x . IN Fi :i r 'AKR iz Rs. Campbell, Doris Eulaula Campbell, Lacresia Hanna Carlile, Jim Warner Carlile, Sandra Parkhill Carlton, Van Duke Jr. Westville Carr, Sharon Vinita juniors Q N ,- -f , X 'M x , 4 . 5 x Carter, Anita X "" x sr' Q. is E 2 1 S , ,,,,,,, X F P liiiltg iff xi is 1 13590, ,gait X t 'f' .2 15 1 1' rt Q . 1 .L 255 ticks u U . Q x -vi QF' K r e + . st, , s s gat, Sf ri' wr fini 3, 'xr S . . L. ., . k 'ii f- 'Y' A'-X Et, . E- Cline, Eddie Henryetta Nowata Carter, Judith Coates, Rusty Collinsville Sand. Springs Chadwell, Carolyn Coger, Iris Faye Westville Locust Grove Chaney, Carol Colberg, Terry Miami Mannlord Clemmens, Judy Cole, Flick Claremore Broken Arrow Clemmons, Pattie Cole, Sadie Ruth Tulsa Westville Compton, Patti Sand Springs Conley, Billy Muskogee Cook, Janet Tahlequah Cook, Penny Tulsa Cooper, Barbara Grove Countz, Deanna lndianola Ann Two hundred seventy Crafton, Cathy Fairland Crawley, Linda Amarillo, Texas Creech, Margaret Muskogee Crosslin, Donna Muldrow Crowder, Virgil Wyandotte Daniels, Linda Kay Quinton six ,,...... , S' It . . .. i ,ga A ' 1' ff, - ,. ' SSW? , S A f S u T iri if ff Davis, Larry Sapulpa Davis, Marilyn Blueiacket Davis, Terry Dale Cassville, Mo. Dawson, Marie Pawhuska Dearing, Janice Conners Deonier, Jan Broken Arrow Detmer, Kent Broken Arrow Dill, Gary Henryetta Dill, Shelby Brewer Bartlesville Dilliner, Joyce Wyandotte Dillinger, Rodney Afton Dowell, Gary Vinita ,pm- 'Pi E a t Downing, Don Dewey Downing, Mary Dewey Drake, Jim Jenks Easley, Sandra Porter Eaton, Joe Stigler Elam, Sandra Ochelata England, Margaret Franke, Jim Oklahoma City Tulsa Farmer, Cynda Frazier, Caroline Tulsa Wilburton Fast, Walter Fricke, Steve Tulsa Tulsa Feese, Jerry Fry, Fred Bartlesville Owasso Forbes, Everett Gafford, Pam Barnsdall Tahlequah Foresman, Elizabeth Gambill, Charles Tulsa Pryor Gann, Tom Tulsa Garman, Laura Tulsa Garrett, Larry Talala Garrett, Steve Tulsa Garrison, Josephus Tulsa Gibson, Cheryl Grove Gilliam, Jim Tulsa Gilmore, Fred Wagoner Goodman, Alice Dewar Graham, Sandy Sallisaw Grigsby, Lynette Nowata Gritts, Cynthia Tahlequah Two hundred seventy seven itgfrs ii'-'ai use -gf' le: nazi l 1- Ffwfft 'S3Ri'k-"-mx? Q' 3' s'- fs,-fzk-ua,5 Mig,,9t3:,g.s" 1, q - Q, fgigk ,jltsA,.,i-,.f6.L6, :i,g'iL:s 1 ,3'gff,,'a ls ,gsiwfg-,.,sQ ary, K- g-1,,,,,4+-15's-we-s+gi.s.,am.f:,w as mg, l sez:-was 1223? sa. .. I S ' 5 T, Xsy?fws.aj3" ei -4 6:5 QQ", J M ix ,."'n Q ' S' X 2 t hlissgwlifwis ya fsiftii H, -,peset 5 . V tf."2r QE -S has as Q. af'f'5aluk.f, . xiii, 3,9 Wigs at +?".s 'H Lg ages fa t Qift-'1P'i"' i s ' Left, Nominee Patti Clem- mons smiles for judges se- lecting the Homecoming queen. Below, Cindy Hall and Jan Deonier show great in- terest in-something! Below left, counting ballots is an- other class service. Lower left, The trek to class. Lower right, A vote is important in student politics. Two hundred seventy Groff, Charles Paul Hardin, Marvene Sapulpa Muskogee Guilfoyle, Janette Harlin, Larry Skiatook Claremore Guthrey, Cindy Harper, Terrie Owasso Tulsa Hagar, Gale Harrison, Terry Colcord Henryetta Hammett, Danny Hartman, Dortha Tulsa Oologah Hamric, James Spencer, W. Va. Atoka Harvey, Beth eight Hastings, Michael Augusta, Kan. Headrick, Dan Adair Hearn, Mary Muskogee Henderson, John Stigler Hendren, Joyce Centralia Hendricks, Tim Owasso Henegar, Elaine Tahlequah Hendricks, Gerald Tulsa Hendrix, Carol Ann Stigler Hennigan, Timothy Bartlesville Hickman, Mary Wynona Hickman, Taft Muskogee Hiles, Patricia Houk, Rosetta lsom, Marilyn Kelly, Gene MichaelKleidon, Patricia Sapulpa Kansas Fort Gibson Tulsa Miami Hill, Christine Howell, Rickey Jahrman, Beth Keltch, Peter Klucevsek, Frank Stilwell Muldrow Warner Cherokee Tulsa Hitchcock, Stephen Humphries, David Johnson, Gloria Kidd, Danny Koch, Robert Bartlesville Tulsa Haskell Pawhuska Beggs Holcombe, Sally Hunt, Barbara Johnson, Marriott Killion, Larry Knickerbocker Muskogee Bartlesville Muskogee Pryor William Holder, Rick Hutchings, Emery Johnson, Mary Ruth King, Rose Anna Peoria, lll. Collinsville Holdenville Afton Quapaw Knowles, James Horine, Jane Anne Hutchison, Sandy Johnson, Richard Kirkbride, Rebecca Keota Picher Jenks Muskogee Okmulgee Krausch, Gail Stigler , .,...,t S, S 1 f i ,X I ti , 3 X so wi ti 'sd' Two hundred seventy nine Lacy, Karen Claremore Langford, Thad Bartlesville Lavendusky, John Henryetta Ledford, Ronnie Muskogee Lee, Thelma Vinita Lemley, Helen Checotah A o r W L ,VP . , i t , ' N ' Q f ,, l , if I A 1 , :.' .,, I q i, J , IK , we iuutu ,,Ay J , 'WM' .Q A Y 1' ' ' 4 ,E .t . :Fife ' A 1- 4 'WNY ' A L a t W, if s - v D- ,.- A: ?1.Q miami. Lewis, Henry McDaniels, Roger Tulsa Watts Llndesmith, Connie McElhannon, Gwen Cookson Morris Lowrimore, Martha McJunkin, Janice Sallisaw Ponca City Lowry, Sue McKinley, Carolyn Bartlesville Bristow McAdams, Corky McNair, Margaret Lawton Pryor McCray, Lynda Maddox, John Tulsa Pawhuska juniors Magee, Pat Pryor Martin, Margaret Chelsea Martin, Mary Lou Chelsea Masters, Mary Muskogee Matheny, Gloris Tulsa Matlock, Barbara Broken Arrow . Matthews, James Ketchum Matthews, Kay Muldrow Mayo, Candis Vian Meeh, Judy Westville Merriman, J. C. Tulsa Moore, Kathy Gore Morgan, Larry Memphis, Tenn. Morris, Tillman Watts Morton, Lynda Stilwell Moye, Alicia Grove Murr, Jo Ann Oktaha Myers, Carolyn Sallisaw Two hundred eighty 5' I IL. Neel, Suzanne Pryor Neely, Margaret Nowata Neil, Vickie Welch Nicholson, Jimmy Wyandotte Noley, Sylvia Wilburton Noonkester, Shelia Tulsa Nowlin, Judy Picher Nuckolls, Phyllis Grove Odneal, PattyAnn Wagoner Oglesby, Raymond Poteau Osborn, Janie Nowata Overlease, Gloria Tulsa Pack, Charles Vian Pack, Michail Oran Oktaha Parenti, Mary Tulsa Parham, Linda Muskogee Parks, Lynn Pryor Parkhurst, Sue Bartlesville Patterson, Hazel Avant Patterson, Olivia Hartshorne Pearson, Robert Pryor Perkins, Marion Muskogee Perkins, Marsha Sand Springs Perkins, John Blackwell Perryman, Joyce Warner Peters, Catherine Hitchita Peterson, Butch Tulsa Phelps, Lawrence Muldrow PiQ9. Bill Muskogee Prather, Pam Cushing Rackley, Mary Ann Ritschel, Robert Robinson, Ron Porum Tulsa Miami Randall, Charles Ritzby, Garry Rogers, Bonnie Tahlequah Heavener Muldrow Rankin, Jo Ellen Roberts, Dea Ann Roller, Bennie Okay Jenks Prague Rauch, Jo Ellen Robertson, Charles Roulet, Karen Tulsa Van Buren, Ark. Fairland Rice, Vicki Robertson, Deborah Roye, Ross Jack Sapulpa Sapulpa Wilburton Ridgway, Karen Robinson, Jan Nell Rucker, Linda Haskell Bartlesville Bluejacket Two hundred eighty one Runyan, Lewis Miami Ryals, Sherry Tulsa Sander, Bobbi J. Oklahoma City Satterfield, Debbie Oklahoma City Schlecht, Helen Tulsa Scott, Frances Joplin, Mo. juniors . .,v if Shane, Greg Tulsa Shaw, Robert Coweta Shelton, Peggie Fort Gibson Left, That all-important jersey assignment. Below left, The all-inclusive phenomena that affects even juniors- --enrollment. Below, Majorettes Kathy Waldon and Patty Odneal urge the Redmen on during a critical play. Right, Queen attendant Connie Lindesmith adds to the Home- coming parade. Q L.: l Qu 1 u t it ' ta V , aa ll ' fl F az ti Shepherd, Brenda Sims, Linda Small, Charles Spiva, Mary Kay Kinta Sand Springs Fort Gibson Shidler Sherman, Frances Sisco, Linda Smith, Barbara Stanley, Florence Jay Panama Wagoner Tulsa Shropshire, Bruce Skelton, Diana Smith, Gary Steddum, Robert Eufaula - Okmulgee Tulsa Chouteau Two hundred eighty two W' QQ 'eff . W if S. , NW, X 2. 3 f A , ,t ual Stinnetl, Larry Muskogee Stout, Maynard Muskogee Taylor, Kent Sallisaw Terrall, Thomas, Jr Muskogee Thomas, Albert Muskogee Thomas, Christine Locust Grove i .V tw: K t ' ,,,L M. ltl W . ff i f I A Thomas, Linda Turley, Willard Waller, Susie Wilcox, Hester Williams, Sue Woods, Gordon Okemah Miami Vinita Fort Smith, Ark. Miami Jay Thoos, Patty Tyler, Alma Walker, Raydene Wilcox, Flobert L. Williamson, Barbara Woods, Mary Sapulpa Coweta Sapulpa Bartlesville Tulsa Tulsa Thornton, Brenda Vann, Linda Ward, Gayle Williams, Ada Wilson, Barry Wooten, Jimmy Avant Fort Smith, Ark. Tulsa Grove Muskogee Warner Tipton, Gary Van Straten, Betty Weaver, Marian Williams, Darrell Witcher, Alice Wootton, Patrick Alton Morris Muskogee Sapulpa Tahlequah Oklahoma City Tomes, Nancy Vaughn, Thelma White, Walter Williams, Wilma Woodrome, Beverly Wright, Eddie South Cofleyville Westville Thomas Jay Roland Tulsa Bartlesville Two hundred eighty three Yu rk, Jacque Cartland Muskogee Zimmerman, Don Sapulpa R X m, an iQS Top, Sophomore class officers, left to right, Kay Gunter, treasurer, Don Moore, president, Clarence Barker, vice presidentg Pam Ford, Student Senate representative. Left below, Campaigning for votes and counting them. Right, Mike Irvin, drum major. fx tif fo g Two hundred eighty four ,gen- .asf V vs N""A"lms-.N ,R me 'EW BS' Adams, Ronald Sperry Agent, Sheila Muskogee Albitz, Mary Lou Tulsa Aldridge, Sammye Tulsa Alexander, Fred Dewey Ambrose, Terry Tulsa Anderson, Judy Vian Ary, Carolyn Broken Arrow Austin, Pinky Tulsa Baker, Connie Muldrow Baker, Patricia Tahlequah Baker, Sondra Locust Grove Ballew, Jean Benson, Faye Gore Catoosa Barnes, Bruce Bergman, Erica Alva Tulsa Barringer, Carol Berry, Gus Muskogee Tulsa Beal, Sharom Bitton, Stephanie Del City Tulsa Beckham, Nancy Bogdanoff, Angela Coweta Tulsa Bellmyer, John Boggs, Norma Wewoka Bixby Two hundred eighty five Bowdle, John Tulsa Brazil, Patsy Morris Brinkley, Barbara Tahlequah Bronaugh, Paula Tulsa Brooks, Barbara Broken Arrow Bullard, Westley Wilburton Burke, Rita Tulsa Burnett, Roger Tahlequah Byfield, Pat Chelsea Bynum, Jim Checotah Campbell, Challa Tulsa Candy, Nancy Jo Checotah Capehart, Deborah Coweta Carlile, Barbara Park Hill Carlton, Gloria Fellows, Calif. Caroon, Larry Tulsa Carter, Beverly Muskogee Cartland, Joe Muskogee sophomores 5 X' M in ,nts , 4 p. Chaffin, Mary Clark, Mike Cogle, Connie Conklin, Charles Tulsa Sapulpa Vinita Stigler Chandler, Bob Clayton, Mack Coker, Larry Cook, Roberta Tulsa Pryor Okemah McAlester Chappelle, James Clendenning, Bill Colburn, Deloris Coplan, Janice Poteau Bartlesville Tulsa Muskogee Chiles, Judith Coen, Dianne Coleman, Eddie Corey, Karen Colcord Tulsa Pocola Dewey Two hundred eighty Cox, Sharon Tahlequah Crawford, Barbetta Skialook Cravotto, Elizabeth Henryelta Crossland, Connie Tulsa six tw, Cunningham, Ronnie Strang Curby, Bill Talala Dawson, Jimmy Stilwell DeJarnatt, James Stilwell Dietrich, Sallie Jay Drywater, Danny Sperry Due, Vernie Strang Edmonds, Ricca Morris Elliott, Stephen Farrimond, Michael Fisher, Nancy Frye, Stephen Pryor Okmulgee Tulsa Bartlesville Evans, Linda Ferguson, Teresa Floyd, Joyce Frye, Janice Fort Smith, Ark. Tahlequah Adair Tulsa Evers, Scott Field, Carolyn Ford, Pamela Sue Fout, Carol Tulsa Tulsa Wainwright Sallisaw Failla, Linda Fish Jr., A. R. Foreman, Jack Fuller, Linda Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Two hundred eighty Gaasch, Dona Gilbert, Lloyd Goff, John Sapulpa Tulsa Muskogee Gardenhire, Eunice Gilbreath, Ruby Goldfield, Joy Wagoner Sapulpa Norman Geiger, Steve Givens, Warren Goldsmith, Winnie Tulsa Tulsa Okmulgee Gervais, Sandra Glass, William Goodsell, Randy Tulsa Bartlesville Tulsa SSVSFI e Grady, Annabel Dewar Grattopp, Dianna Tulsa Graves, Sharon Muskogee Gray, Ken Tulsa Green, Peggy Tulsa Gregory, Sheila Watts ,ww t 5 ,-lf qgifgr , ylll to is ..,Aa,5,,i K. , .all ta , Groves, David Tulsa Guinn, Larry Bixby Gunter, Kay Tulsa Gwartney, Brenda Pryor Haas, Debbie Tulsa Hall, Cindy Tulsa sophomores K i 9 Harlin, Levi Claremore Harris, Steven Tulsa Harris, Vernestine Tulsa Harrison, Merrick Tulsa Hart, Jan Muskogee Harvey, Keith Wagoner 'E' alta' -' Sfmci' G f I 2- web .. 2 Q if 1 -:Q' L as h , VIY, fi ,,,.' -.- Hayworth, Elsa Houghton, Richard Tahlequah Vinita Heillman, Elizabeth Howell, Steve Jenks Tulsa Henley, Dean Huffman, Mary Montana Tahlequah Holley, Nancy Hughes, Sherry Pryor Tulsa Hoover, Linda Humphrey, Larry Alton Tulsa Horner, Claudia Hutchins, Jerry Dewey Tahlequah Two hundred eighty eight .ix :H 'x ' ,sss k3. Qu k k fl x X5 5. tm , ,- 45 is , 33 Ls? N X Q x E. .i ,Q N, I ' X? s,t:f 'S o lhle, Mary Kelliher, Dennis Bristow Tulsa lijima, Michiko Kendall, George Tulsa Tulsa Johnson, James Kennedy, Larry Muskogee Checotah Johnson, Ralph Kennedy, Randy Tulsa Tulsa Kane, Susan King, Bradford Bartlesville Tulsa Karpuk, Gail King, Treva Tulsa Sallisaw Top, Donna Nichols and Gary Dowell actively par- ticipate at a Redman football game. Left, Sharon Graves, class cards in hand, enrolls as a sopho- more. Below, Music students take a quick look at the notes before performing. Right, The section is open - the card is available - the student is happy. Such varied activities add to the life of a sophomore at Northeastern. ' ,Q . : . ,..., , ss , sf 44 Kirby, Karen Knapp, Sharon Koditek, Sandy Kubicek, Frank Lamb, Elaine Lawler, Mike Leek, Donna Tulsa Warner Muskogee Okmulgee Sand Springs Tulsa McAlester Kline, Steve Knowles, Linda Krause, Joe Lacy, Frank Lawhon, William Leatherman, Linda Lehmer, Steven Tulsa Keota Coweta Tulsa Tulsa Muskogee Tulsa Two hundred eighty nine sophomores Q' Y sg , t fl' , uf fi X : 6 , s M., at 5,5 X A Q' vgg. vi' -I -o' , i s,-, MQ Lv Q Hx , i ff it . 5. F . Lewis, James McCutcheon, Mallory, Rebecca Foyil Richard Foyil Lewis, Sue Tulsa Mansour, Linda Sallisaw McElroy, Cynthia Talihina Long, David Tulsa Menees, Kathy Stilwell McElroy, Sonia Tulsa Long, George Tulsa Michaud, Mary Sapulpa McNabb, Monna Midwest City Lovett, Robert Caloosa Middlebusher, Jana Tulsa Madeira, Cheri Ponca City McCullough, Danny Tulsa Miller, Carol Sperry Mallory, Lou Anne Muskogee Tulsa Two hundred ninety Miller, Glen South Colleyville Miller, Linda Ellen Barnsdall Miller, Patsy Sand Springs Montgomery, Bill Tulsa Montgomery, Elk City Moore, Don Tulsa Rex Moore, Michael Muskogee Moren, Judy Tulsa Morgan, Sandra Sapulpa Moss, Dianne Tulsa Murray, John Bartlesvllle Myles, Sylvia Sapulpa Neighbors, Jerry Tulsa Nelson, Brenda Eileen Muskogee Nelson, Linda Muskogee Newell, Hope Ganado, Ariz. Newton, Sherry Sallisaw Nicholson, Phyllis Gore Nicholson, Sid Tahlequah Nishmuta, Gary Wayne McAlester Nunn, Patricia Hanna Odle, Sharon Tulsa Odom, Dixie Tulsa Orr, Carolyn Okmulgee Overton, Ben Tulsa Pace, Nancy Stilwell Parmelee, John Kenneth Muskogee Patterson, James Heavener Patterson, Susan Wilburton Porter, Beverly McAlester ,, J T' if mmf x 5 , .. K vs . it Porter, Kathleen Tulsa Porterfield, Dana Tulsa Posey, Tony Okay Potter, Velt Stilwell Provost, Ken Tulsa Putnam, John Honolulu A Queener, Judy Strang Raines, Linda Muskogee Ramsay, Theresa Tulsa Rauch, William Tulsa Reed, Linda Kansas Reese, David Okmulgee Two hundred ninety one Rice, Drake Roberts, Daniel Sand Springs Wagoner Richardson, Jeanne Roberts, Tony Bartlesville Okmulgee Richardson, Linda Robertson, Nancy Big Cabin Muskogee Richey, Christine Rogers, Carla Washington, D.C. Heavener Richmond, Carole Rogers, Sue Tulsa Broken Arrow Roberts, Bonnie Rohrer, Martha Sallisaw McAlester Left, Sophomore, Linda Brown, ballots in class elections. Top, Weathering the rain, sophomores attended the NSC Homecoming. Treva King, was crowned queen, and her classmates came to honor. Right, Chris Hubbard, begins a year of sophomore study at the library. Most sophomores had to learn their way around again because of the construction. ' " 2 4 ,M M . ...' zr. vga. .i i. We ..,' rybrrtry S ray, si.. :"' T ff, 7 - T 9 at T Romine, Barbara Sanders, Judy Seay, Reed Shaeffer, Larry Sheppard, Sharon Singer, Sue Ann Smalley, Mike Muskogee Tulsa Tulsa Mannford Stilwell Tulsa Wagoner Rutledge, Cathy Seaton, Jim Sellmeyer, Rome Sharp, Roger Sherman, Lynne Skinner, Eldon Smith, Alice Tulsa Sperry Tulsa Sallisaw Muskogee Chouteau Kinta sophomores Two hundred ninety two Ku Wx ', it " , Wie E -:,.g-:N K We Ogg! we sv Smith, Bill Jay Smith, Eddie Okmulgee Smith, Michieal Sapulpa Snoddy, Lynn Tulsa Spalsbury, Kent Bartlesville Sparks, Susanne Salllsaw Stevens, Ronald Tackett, Jerry Tahlequah Tulsa Stewart, Linda Sue Taylor, Pam Vian Sallisaw Stick, Larry Thayer, Linda Catoosa Tulsa Story, Randall Thompson, Brent Catoosa Pryor Sutton, Joe Ed Toney, Charles Tahlequah Oktaha Swafford, Mike Walker, Twyla Broken Arrow Tahlequah WEL? Wallace, Linda Muskogee Ward, Donna Bartlesville Ward, Patricia Sapulpa Waters, Mary Stilwell Weaver, Terri Tulsa Wells, Shirley Muskogee White, Carolyn Sapulpa White, Connie Bartlesville White, Jerome Muskogee White, Jerry McAlester Wiens, Don Vinita Williams, Pam Vlan Two hundred ninety three A I Williams, Perry McAlester Wilson, Kenneth Tulsa Wilson, Philip Sand Springs Woodson, Linda Chickasha Worsham, Karen Stilwell Villines, Nancy Tulsa freshmen I -Q - Top picture, left to right, Freshman Class officers, Bill Kissinger, presi- , dentg Lawrence Lane, treasurer, Nikki Madiera, secretary, David Cornelius, vice president, Mary Malone, woman Senate rep., and Jim Cole, man Senate rep. V. 4 Two hundred ninety four Abels, Lois Westville Acord, William Tulsa Adair, Everett Bartlesville Adams, Thelma Fairfax Ames, Gary Tulsa Anderson, Beverly Tulsa Anderson, Eva Locust Grove Anderson, John Tulsa Anderson, Keith Sapulpa Anderson, Phyllis McAlester Anthis, Rodney Tahlequah Arnold, Sue Pryor Ashby, Lyn Tulsa Atchley, Susan Wagoner Auffet, Rosalie Stilwell Aul, Robert Lee Tulsa Averyt, Bill Muskogee Axley, Gary Chelsea Ayers, Carol Ann Blueiacket Baehler, Gary Tulsa Bailey, Daryl Hulbert Baker, George Catoosa Baker, Karen Vian Baker, Rodney Pryor Two hundred ninety five Ball, Carla Tulsa Ballard, Deborah Tahlequah Ballard, Buck Muskogee Bannon, Barbara Okmulgee Banowetz, Linda Muskogee Barker, Scott Stilwell sf? 21 iiii igfjkgif - gi gsagragf, - 1 Barnard, Marlene Fairfax Barrowman, Vici Sapulpa Barsh, Rebecca Tulsa Basore, Susan Tulsa Baugh, Thomas Walter Bartlesvllle Beach, Marvin Tulsa Y A , im gl' R G at C Bean, Gary Tulsa Beauford, Vicki Claremore Bell, John Beggs Bell, Kathy Tulsa Beller, Jim Muskogee Belveal, David Tulsa freshmen Bennett, Ronnie Muskogee Bergman, Clara Bartlesville Bergman, James Pryor Berry, Tom Shawnee Bible, Leon Chelsea Bizzell, Kent Midwest City Blackwell, Margie Nowata Blakenship, Gloria Tulsa Bogler, Carl Tulsa Bolton, Richard Tulsa Bonat, Pam Decatur, Ill. Borneman, Carol Nowata e' ii 8 W SL X QQ 'E Bowen, Donna Sapulpa Bowles, Noel Boynton Boyd, Kathy Wagoner Boyles, Michael Tulsa Branscum, Don Fort Gibson Branstetter, Vic Tulsa Two hundred ninety six Brewer, Lee Ann Catoosa Briggs, David Pryor Brinsfield, Elaine Checotah Brintle, Gary Eufaula Brockhause, Lee Noble Brooks, Donna Marie Keota Brown, Arlett Tulsa Brown, Linda Wagoner Brown, Marvel McAllister Brown, Mary Kay Wagoner Brown, Pamela Pryor Brown, Steve Tulsa w w - X T 12. . Sf k'h' Bruch, Virginia Okmulgee Bryan, Gary Broken Arrow Bryant, Beverly Tulsa Bryant, Michael South Coffeyville Bull, Annete Oklahoma City Burd, Renee Claremore " Q, ff 1 if .5 Yue! Burgess, Dan Henryetta Burke, Elaine Bartlesville Burke, Kathy Tulsa Burnett, Bonnie Denver, Colo. Burns, Carrie Foyil Burns, Kathy Tahlequah Burton, Mike Tulsa Burzio, Barbara Sapulpa Buzzard, Lawrence Sallisaw Byeres, Carolyn Bartlesville Bynum, Susan Vian Caddy, Brenda Preston Call, Donna Sue Wagoner Cannarsa, Linda Muskogee Carley, Gail Broken Arrow Carlile, Robert Park Hill Carpenter, Don Tahlequah Carter, Harlene Muskogee S 7 .Sf we X gf Cartwright, Louie Tahlequah Chaffin, Beth Tulsa Chartier, Teresa Tulsa Cheek, Glenn Dewey Broken Arrow Cheek, Sue Ann Broken Arrow Childers, Gary Sapulpa Two hundred ninety seven ,--1 - Church, Carol Tulsa Cieloha, Donna Porter Clark, Coleen Red Oak Clark, Sharon Sapulpa Clarkson, Charles A Haskell Glover, Janie Chandler ruuvwuq- l l P l l l l l l l N 1 S ,si ml Coiner, Janice Colclazier, John Conaway, William Coonce, Linda Cornelius, Michael Fort Smith Cleveland Tulsa Jenks Bartlesville Coker, Taylor Cole, Willard Conly, Brant Cope, Glenna Correa, Ray Coweta Peggs Tulsa Muskogee Tulsa Colberg, Terry Collier, Bill Cook, Linda Corbin, Ruth Coursor, Jack Mannford Wagoner Fort Gibson Tulsa Tulsa Colbert, Beatrice Collins, Sue Cook, Rusty Cornelius, David Covington, Gene Oktaha Wagoner Tulsa Midwest City Tulsa Two hundred ninety eight r rrr, V in R QE if Z Cowan, Ruth Ann Crawford, Jack Tahlequah Douglas Cowan, Larry Tulsa Gans Cruce, Bill Cox, Deborah Bristow Tulsa Curtus, Mary Cox, Shera Stilwell Poteau Cummings, Monte Tulsa freshmen Freshmen boys engage in a musical jam session, left to right, Ricky Burgess, Sam McReynolds, and John Newton. Right, Jill Newkirk counts the votes for Freshman Presi- dent nominations. K Cunningham, Donald Braggs Cupp, David Chandler Dailey, Faith Muskogee , Davenport, Jane Pryor Two hundred ninety nine Davis, Beth Tulsa Davis, Dewey Dewey Davis, Mackey Tulsa Dawson, Colleen Susan Henryetta Dawson, James Eufaula Day, Mark Wagoner Dean, Terry Bartlesville Dean, William Tulsa A K Q , Delong, Theresa Sapulpa Devin, Randy Depew Dexter, Gary Tulsa Dexter, Ron Tulsa Dick, Ronald Jay Dickens, Gary Tulsa Dickerson, Keith Wagoner Dickson, Don Tulsa Dillon, Lewis Tulsa Dobbins, Charles Broken Arrow freshmen Dobson, Barbara Chouteau Donahue, Mike Fort Gibson Dotson, Barry Pryor Draeger, Jon Sapulpa Drevs, Brenda Tulsa Dryden, Ronnie Pryor Dudley, Rodney Locust Grove Due, Vernie Strang Dugger, Dale Wagoner Duncan, Carol Morris Three hundred sie T N. Duncan, Paul Oklahoma City Dunn, Darlene Tulsa Durmberger, Lawrence Sapulpa Elledge, Debbie Tulsa Elliott, Charles Tulsa 'fo il- Elliotl, Denyvetta Muskogee Ellis, Carolyn Preston Enlow, Clyde Park Hill Epperson, Susan Wagoner Erickson, Chris Bartlesville Estes, Carol Anne Bartlesville Evans, Buddy Muskogee Eversoll, Janice Stilwell Fair, Donald Dewey Farmer, Tamara Salllsaw Fell, Damon Tulsa Ferrero, Linda Henryetta Fink, Larry Vian Fisher, Ralph Broken Arrow Fitch, David Tulsa Floyd, Harry Dean Adair Floyd, Johnnie Sallisaw Foote, Douglas Wagoner Foster, Rita Morris Frailey, Sammy Olive Freeman, Netia Chelsea Freemyer, Shelia Tulsa Frisbie, Anne Tulsa Froese, Alice lnola Fryar, Mike Fort Gibson A? li? , ,,,, Q l Fugitt, Robert Sallisaw Fuller, Gloria Pocola Fulps, Vicki Broken Arrow Fulsom, Theodore Checotah Gaddy, Candy Bartlesville Three hundred one Gardner, Marianna Gayer, Marsha Tulsa . Las Vegas, Nev. Gardner, Sheila Gaylor, Dave Tulsa Wagoner Garner, Emily Geisinger, Naomi Neosho, Mo. Tulsa Garrison, Gary Gilbert, Barnetta Tahlequah Wagoner Gaston, Greg Gilleland, Jane Tahlequah Sperry Glenn, Bill Tulsa Goad, Harold Tulsa Goldsberry, John Tulsa Goodman, Mike Tulsa Gordon, Lee Muskogee I freshmen Below left, member of the cheerlead- ing squad. Flight, Door decorating at if Christmas. Below, Freshman class elections. f Top left, Summer clinics for freshmen. Q, 5 z 5 5 r ETH ,,.,, , f- l. V Gourd, Charles Gray, Bonnie Green, Michael Grizzle, Kathy Guilfoyle, Johnelte Hale, Danny Halfast, Paula Tahlequah Ramona Claremore Pocola Sapulpa Ochelata Muskogee Graves, Walt Gregory, David Grimes, Marvin Grubb, Karen Lou Haggard, Mike Hale, Marsha Hall, Sheila Tulsa Artesia, N. M. Sapulpa Locust Grove Muskogee Tulsa Tulsa Three hundred two at Ham, Eldon Bristow Harms, Kathy Muskogee Harp, Kenny Tulsa Harper, Ben Tulsa Harper, Danny Tulsa 95 , H . ik v Q , XX X 4 Harrell, Carla Sue Orlando Harris, Barbara Haskell Harris, Kenneth Wagoner Harris, Robert Pryor Hart, Carol Pawhuska fi ,K E fad? fb 1 an Harvey, Janiece Wagoner Hayes, David Avant Head, Charles Pryor Heinen, Larry Tulsa Helms, Melinda Chouteau if Ei km, Hemperley, Marilyn Hilligoss, John House, Jimmie Muskogee Bartlesville Tulsa Henderson, Ron Holleman, Doug Howard, Carmen Muldrow Tulsa Tulsa Herd, Charles Hollis, Freddie Huckabee, Sharon Okemah Muskogee Tulsa Hewlett, Harry Honea, Brenda Hull, Ada Tulsa Muskogee Tulsa Hildy, Thomas Hopkins, Jill Diann Hurley, Larry Muskogee Skiatook Pryor Three hundred three Jackson, Cleatta Boynton Jackson, Peggy Muskogee Jackson, Robert Tulsa Jackson, Sharolette Tulsa Jacobs, Susan Wichita, Kan. K ilk x fm- ,,'. J K .Vs , fs? . Y 1 K f Xi M, SZ s 'S 0' New , 5? .,, 4? W, hiv lv , fr lx s f.. L Q: Jake, Alice Hominy Janway, Danny Muskogee Jobe, David Sperry Johnson, Scott Tulsa Johnson, Tim Vian Jones, Joel Checotah Jones, Linda Spencer Jordan, Jack Tulsa Justice, Michael Tulsa Kahler, Nancy Bartlesville Karatzou, Doris Tulsa Keene, Shirley Broken Arrow -gp! Kelch, William Henryetta Keys, Clara Parkhill Keys, Rebecca Wagoner Kimble, Ellen Porter Kindle, Barbara Westville Kindred, Kathleen Checotah Kirk, Janet Tulsa Kissinger, Bill Tulsa Knowles, Glenda Muskogee Korthals, Charlotte Chouteau Koster, Sherry Claremore Kuck, Robert Tulsa Three hundred four ,. . dzst.f..,,:f,-. M Q. , v Q -,sw ,AS M - L . 5. ,. ... R 5. .. ss TT, r-,. , rrr ' ,s fsg ,.,,, , X LaFaro, Angelo Jr. Ledbetter, Jerrie Tulsa Tulsa Lair, Betty Lesser, Dane Sapulpa Muskogee Lamm, Sharon Letson, Burt Muskogee Muskogee Lane, Lawrence Long, Judy Tulsa Tulsa Larriey, Klaus Longfellow, William Tulsa Muskogee Lawson, Jim Lott, Robert Wagoner Pawhuska Lowe, Marty Bartlesville Lowery, Janey Tulsa Lyles, Micki Muskogee McAuliff, Joseph Muskogee McClain, Barton Bartlesville McClure, Jerry Tulsa f X , ' x B .' 'Q'-Q-1? -af s l McComber, Doyce Muskogee McCuistian, Bobby Claremore 'McDonald, Charles Tahlequah 'McElhannon, James Tahlequah gcGee, Oral o rne l iu s McCurtain VlcKee, Betty Tahlequah sep. A 1 ,pr .1 N 1 .S i ,D it if 'Q nf McKinney, Ann Bartlesville McReynolds, Sam Sapulpa McSpadden, Ann Chelsea Madison, Gary Tulsa Mahan, Kenneth Sand Springs Main, Jackie Tulsa wwe , .1 t ,, 'L ,tt Q at "' . -fr Q V 12' .Z ,s '-1, 1 5 3 K K Vg X 1 A H- nj . qwm, . Malone, Mary Muskogee Manschreck, Chris McAlester Maples, Scott Okmulgee Martin, Betty Peggs Martin, Mary Barnsdall Mathis, Linda Tulsa Kay it '36 'ii Qi in 5 ,TT .af rfr"trT Mehlhorn, Mary Sapulpa Meldrum, Flay Sand Springs Miles, Walter Oklahoma City Miller, Doroto Tulsa Miller, James Muskogee Miller, Vickie Henryetta Three hundred five Mitchell, Nancy Bartlesville Mitchell, Sharon Poteau Mohr, Larry Oklahoma City Monroe, Richard Vinita Montgomery, Steve Tulsa Moore, David Muskogee freshmen .- Sl' Y ,.. 5 cw 51 A, S fx 5,5 gg X V get 4? - H -ff tl 4 , Q ,, A ' i " , . 5,5 J . a N , ,gs I S '4 a Q ' V' ' fi ' Moore, Larri Enid Moore, Larry Tulsa Moore, Richard Leavenworth, Kan. Morgan, Judy Panama Morgan, Sandra Klamoth Falls, Ore. Morrison, Margaret Ann Tahlequah ..,. f"" r is i W ex ft f WN ffm.- K JN Morton, Judy Muldrow Morton, Stephen Stilwell Mounts, Kem Fort Gibson Moye, Janey Grove Mullen, John Tulsa Murphree, Jerry McAlester S' A5 P , it xv, , x X Murray, Diana Henryetta Myres, Loretta Muskogee Myrter, David Okmulgee Neibling, Diane Tulsa Neer, Bill Tulsa Nichols, Donna Tulsa jg .. A .,.,-gs, x. .f .sas - A ,.,,,,, ML., 4, ,. of g. 'Q MN.- L 's no 'K' a a tx l x sq 5 'S :g,,lg"i,s?!2 , K -X N? Q ek ,ar 'QA A 4 ,I it iw as , H kj 'iw is' at RQ? ,----- 'f'- L -, asf is sf? x,- , Nichols, Johnny Pryor Nichols, Polly Coweta Nichols, Rhinda Tahlequah Odom, Doug Dallas, Tex. O'Donley, Mike Jenks Ornsbey, Lottie Foyil i ,', Q, V ,. Owens, Susan Hominy Padgett, Marcia Stilwell Palmer, Jerry Broken Arrow Parker, Kathleen Okmulgee Parsons, Karen Wagoner Paschal, Don Tulsa Three hundred six S-MQ' Patterson, Donna Sapulpa Paxton, Sammie Sapulpa Pearson, Shirley Webbers Falls Penn, Carole Hominy Perry, James Vinita Perry, Linda Foyil Peterson, Bette Cleveland Peterson, Nancy Collinsville Petherick, John Tulsa Phillips, Tulsa Phillips, Lester Pryor Karen Phillips, Susan Car Leonard .SX DWR s N 5 E. C -4' www., . H' rl: Engle I 'kkk Mrk' "Oki 5 .af SQ E 5 I NH. " f X Pipkin, Kerry eg: fi? - s Presley, Rufus Rainwater, Michael Reynolds, Carroll Tulsa Eulaula Okmulgee Coweta Pipkin, Terry Anne Price, Dee Ann Rambo, Joe Reynolds, Jackie Tulsa Delaware Braggs Tahlequah Polland, Jackie Price, Laura Ramos, Ronnie Rex, Janice Tulsa Morris Tulsa McCurtain Polumbus, Jan Proctor, Vinnie Ramsey Russel Rhoden, Raymond Tulsa Locust Grove Adair Muskogee Porter, Rhonda Purnell, Linda Ransom, James E. Rhymes, Marvin Chelsea Sperry Tulsa Thomas Prather, Donna Rader, Connie Lynn Reeces, Dennis Pryor Foyil Tulsa Haskell Richardson, Carmen Bartlesville Th ree hundred seven Top, Parents' Day. Above left, Bill Kissinger presides at class meeting. Right, Help. Below, ID cards. freshmen WSWS S 1 W gl LQ as I is T . :f: R xx X 4 f was , fd fs l Y" Kg? x , i H1 S x is R. - , , f K A E.. l "- W A ' '2WSgt ' ? D A 4A S- , v lm M , Roberts, Faye Sallisaw Roberts, Jack Claremore Robinson, Mike Broken Arrow Robison, Bert Tulsa Rogers, William Tahlequah Ronsick, Alan Seminole " is -f.. , i f Rose, Harvey Coweta Runyan, Hope Broken Arrow Rush, Clifton Fayetteville, Ark. Russell, David Muskogee Russell, Jim Chelsea Russell, Chad Tulsa freshmen Russell, Ron Tulsa Ryals, Lola Tahlequah Sadler, Robert Catoosa Sanders, Faye Roland Sawyer, Johnnie Tulsa Sheetz, James Pryor Scott, Erwin Tulsa Scott, Rebecca Muskogee Seagle, Linda Tulsa Seely, Elaine Muskogee Sellers, Barbara Claremore Sellers, Jimmy Tulsa x rigs Sharp, James Vinita Sharp, Karen Jan Sallisaw Shead, Larry Tulsa Sheffield, Peggy Gore Shelley, Ronnie Tulsa Shelton, Larry Sapulpa Th ree hundred eight -Q Q., A 2 WX t if L 'T wi Tyl fg -,q, - lu 'i:', ' zi, I., Q. T ..:- Shelton, Lynda Sigler, James Tulsa Garber Shepherd, Jean Sigler, Janet Bixby Garber Shields, Paul Sikes, Karen Tulsa Muskogee Shipman, Charles Simco, Jan Tulsa Tulsa Shipp, Larry Simmons, David Taft Tulsa Sibley, John Simmons, Jamie Tulsa Tahlequah 2331, 'VS-1' Ks x li 3 . w as .:.-. -A xi if- T -L f - as - 1. -I ,,.. gr : " - . ,-- ' t If- Vk-.l K ' Q2 is f Y Simmons, Slape, Shirley Lee Smith, Jane Jean Ann Hulbert Jay Tulsa Sloan, Phyllis Snowder, Frances Simmons, Oktaha McAlester Sue Ann Smith, Barbara Sonday, Carolyn Broken Arrow Tulsa Muskogee Simon, Jerry Smith, Earl Jr. Spear, Linda Vian Tahlequah Hanna Sims, Karen Smith, Janice Spencer, Glenda Tahlequah Big Cabin Tulsa Sitter, Charles Smith, Linda Staggs, Sue Tulsa Tahlequah Muskogee Skaggs, Lewis Tulsa af.41.l-:es -. ' Steele, Ragon Bartlesville Stewart, Gary Tulsa Stewart, James Tulsa Story, Rachel Catoosa Stoffer, Nancy Tulsa Striblen, Cora Oktaha Three hundred nine at 5 I Stroup, Letitia Tahlequah Sullivan, David Tulsa Swepston, Barb Stilwell Swim, Larry Da Tahlequah ara le Tackett, De Anna Muskogee Talley, Ronald Tulsa -- Q it , Taylor, Marshall Thompson, Robert Oologah Muskogee Teague, Pat Thompson, Wayne Tulsa Tulsa Thomas, Patsy Pryor Wynona Tilson, Gary Thomas, Tommy Timbrook, Larry Tulsa Sand Springs Thompson, Connie Timmons, Sharon Bartlesville Adair Thompson, Don Tipton Geraldine Tulsa Tulsa freshmen h -k aw Tolbert, Terry Broken Arrow Trainor, Ned Tulsa Trammell, Betty Tulsa Trent, David Tulsa Trisdale, Sandra Fairfax l Tubbs, Barbara Tulsa Three hundred ten ,mf f ,- me 3151 .2Qii"'i2"3is-ag , .V .s A g f ae- E' "Q 'V 3 . 1+ W' 1 Tucker, Anna Marie Broken Arrow Turnage, Mickey Dianne Tulsa Turner, Paula Gore Vanderpool, Phyllis Tulsa Vaughn, Leo Muskogee Vaught, Dorothy Tulsa Wagner, Marilyn Tulsa Wakefield, James Tahlequah Walker, Edna Boynton Wallace, Calvin Tulsa Wammack, Martha Broken Arrow Wanasek, Larrie Anne Muskogee Igy ' Q .kX- I if - 35 , ...K , -159 Y , an V . f- jx if D no .4 A ' Watts, Beckie Broken Arrow Wawrzonek, James Tulsa Weatherford, Doris Tahlequah Webb, James Wagoner Weldon, Barbara Wagoner West, Jewel Stilwell West, Virgil Pryor Wesstrom, Steve Mt. Kisco, N. Y. Wheeler, George Muskogee Wheeler, Mary Hominy White, David Tulsa White, Larry Fort Gibson Wilemon, David Williams, R. J. Wood, Cara Sapulpa Tulsa Tulsa Wilkey, Don Williams, Stephen Yarbrough, Tommy Bartlesville Tulsa Prue Wilkins, Ginger Willis, Rosalyn Yates, David Muskogee Chouteau Claremore Williams, Charles Wilson, Steve Yates, Jim Grove Broken Arrow Henryetta Williams, Dennis Winfield, Gregory Yeager, Susan Tulsa Kansas Nowata Williams, Womick, Richard Young, John David Bristow Linda Sharon Braggs Keota Three hundred eleven Young, Marcus Tulsa Young, Marilyn Foyil Zieger, Eric Williams, Ariz. Zevely, Margaret Claremore --an Three hu nd red twelve x on 51121115111 H13 AREA. epilogue Three hundred thirieen 1 1 l 4 , . .,,. 5 , ,, . 4 ' L. , fl? 4 5 if f 4 4 fn f a 7 9 .fs 1 - - '- x " ,f ff , at nuff' g g , M x. 5 ,gf 5 Q,,,,.,,v ,M Th ree hundred fourteen Wwe 'Y . E . was 'H' 'H ..f focus. . . on sfrolls, voting Th h d dfff focus . . . on fhe campus, od building Iii? 1 3 M? ,,.,7 ',,,L:?.i4 , , ,V,k "4kzW 4 , ,,..M"' Christmas, new paths, dancing 1 'X 195.5 ' q Th ee hundred seventeen focus . . . on memories, parking mefers, ul ll Wi i M zifwfifli RVQXU Th hddght moments of resf,sfudy, warm days, gerf pond 1 kv uf f i E focus . . . on the finale iff H I I , , ' w ...gk A Q..,,gwNw" . S , V A v si 3' 17 - Q is., W ,X ' ,vs Lg ' ' .w'ifiN'wf'i:.. in - 2..ww.is.,..,.,g 'Q f ,, ORGANIZATION INDEX Alpha Chl 46, 47 Alpha Phl Alpha 52 Alpha Phl Omega 76, 77, 78, 79 Alpha Psi Omega 42 Band 28, 29, -30 Baptlat Student Unlon 68, 69 Cheerleaders 60, 61 Chemlstry Club 52 Chl Alpha 70, 71 Chorus 34 Churches of Chrlst 64 Debate 44, 45 Ellte Colleglans 63 Gamma Slgma Slgma 72, 73, 74, 75 lndustrlal Arts 54, 55 Kappa Delta PI 39 Kappa Mu Epsilon 50 Kappa Kappa Psi 31 Llbrary Club 40 Muslc Educators National Conference 32 Northeastern Singers 35 Northeastern Student Servlce Corps 43 Nu-ros 53 Orchestra 33 Pl Delta Epsilon 26 Pre.Med 51 Rho Theta Slgma 48, 49 Sea-ettes 56, 57 Sociology Club 82 Student Education Association 36, 37, 38 Sigma Alpha Eta 41 Slgma Tau Delta 27 Student Senate 20, 21 Tsa Ll Gl 22, 23 The Northeastern 24, 25 Unlted Campus Chrlstlan Fellowship 67 Warner Fellowship 66 Wesley Foundation 65 Women's Recreatlon Assoclatlon 58, 59 Young Democrats 81 Young Republicans 80 GREEKS INDEX Alpha Slgma Alpha 96, 97, 98, 99 Delta Zeta 88, 89, 90, 91 Greek Favorites 66, 87 Interlraternlty Councll 85 Panhellenlc Councll 84 Phl Lambda Chl 108, 109, 110, 111 Phl Slgma Epsllon 92, 93, 94, 95 Slgma Slgma Slgma 104, 105, 106, 107 Slgma Tau Gamma 100, 101, 102, 103 ACTIVITIES INDEX Allled Arts 142, 143 Best Dressed Glrl 122 Campus Scenes 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157 Calendar Glrl 123 Drama 144, 145, 146, 147 Enrollment 138,139 Graduatlon 158,159 Homecoming 140,141 Royalty 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 124, 125 Sadle Hawkins 148 Wh0's Who 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135 FACULTY INDEX Adams, James 234 Alngworth, Helen 229 Anderson, Joe 226 Ashcraft, Robert 216 Barnes, Jlm 218 Battles, Edward 208 Benn, Gerald 166, 185, 186, 240 Boatrlght, Klrk 47, 226 Bowman, Seldon 52, 226 Bradley, Blll 67, 230 Brooks, Nathan 214 Brown, Rlchmond 25, 216, 241 Bryan, Robert 229 Bullock, Rlchard 214 Burrows, Vernon 207 Buss, John 211 Carpenter, Ray 226 Clarke, George 226 Clarke, Polly 49, 234 Cllnton, Larry 212 Cook, Davld 52, 226 Coones, Richard 223 Coppedge, Lloyd 234 Cottrlll, Tom 44, 218 Cox, Reba 237 Crawford, Melvln 240 Cude, Obera 237 Culp, Paul 216 Darnell, Marcla 212 Davls, Zoe 222 Dean, Thomas 211 DeLoache, Dan 234 Dennis, Gladys 237 Dobbins, Jack 174, 180, 181, 239 Dold, Jewell 40, 237 Elllott, George 166, 240 Farnsworth, Merle 224 Ferguson, B. F. 220 Flnley, D. D. 226 Fisher, Ronald 212 Flte, Elwln 162, 207 Fltes, Gllbert 237 Frey, Mary 58, 162, 239 Frle, Dorothy 58, 239 Friend, Guy 230 Fuller, Danlel 240 Fuller, Stephen 211 Galbraith, Charles 162, 234 Galloway, Edward 226 Gann, Raymond 54, 55, 226 Garrison, Harrell 204, 205 Goss, James 234 Grant, Charles 50, 226 Greubel, Robert 211 Grover, Paul 33, 224 Hass, Mary 220 Halllburton, Rudla 212 Hammons, Myrna 216 Hanan, Perry 216 Harris, Frankie 36, 234 Harrls, Nadene 220 Harvey, Robert 229 Hatley, Ralph 233 Helton, H. L. 208 Herrleln, Donald 230 Hill, Wallace 233 Hilligoss, David 223 Holland, Kenneth 174, 180, Holland, Marjorie 218 181, 196, Holmes, lvan 25, 26, 162, 215, 241 Houk, Wesley 72, 220 Hoyt, Anne 237 Hudson, Sarah 220 Jobe, Jerry 220 Jones, Harvey 233 Jones, James 39, 234 Jones, O. W. 92, 208 Jones, Willie 41, 233 Ketcher, Austin 162, 229 King, Charles 211 Klsner, Jack 162, 208 Lair, Luena 216 Lamberson, Harvey 218 Lander, Robert 239 Laurie, Patrick 43, 208 Ledbetter, J. L. 55, 69, 222 Lehman, Lowell 29, 31, 33, Littlelield, Valgene 44, 45, 1 Lombard, John 222 Lombardl, C. L. 55, 162, 222 Lowe, John 211 Majors, Robert 233 Mann, Mitchel 234 Markham, Martha 239 Martin, Jimmy 234 Mason, Willa Faye 58, 162, Maxwell, Amos 162, 214 McClure, Major 230 Melin, Mari Lynn 218 Millican, Vlrglnla 216 Mills, William 66, 166, 239 Mllvo, Elizabeth 218 Moflitt, John 222 Monks, Herbert 50, 229 Munsell, Jay 211 Murphy, James 44, 45, 215 Murphy, Michael 212 Murtha, Frances 224 Myers, Howell 233 Nix, Imogene 237 Nix, Theo 223 Norwood, M. Catherine 216 Norwood, Tracy 166, 239 Oliver, Charles 215 Parker, Carl 42, 218 Parker, Wllliam 162, 212 Parrish, Willlam 208 Peake, Mary 233 Plett, J. F. 230 Pollard, Barbara 220 Prechtl, Sylvanna 224 Propst, Hattie 47, 218 Quiett, Lee King 233 Rader, Brian 80, 214 Rainwater, Leonard 230 Randels, Mlldred 207 Reagan, Mlke 47, 50, 229 Reed, Lanny Joe 229 Reed, Terry 55, 243 Reeves, J. D. 229 Riddle, Wllliam 233 Rogers, Charles 211 Saunders, Mary 218 Sego, James 230 Sheft, Norman 49, 212 Sizemore, Glen 233 Slagle, Lloyd 234 Smith, Clinton 53, 229 Smith, Corbett 230 Smith, Maurine 216 Stierwalt, Floyd 234 Stlervvalt, Irma 220 Stone, Doyle '229 Sullivan, Brenda 224 Sullivan, Eugene 224 Summerhill, Everett 212 Taylor, John 229 Teel, Jane 218 Teel, Jerry 233 Thompson, Eugenia 218 Thompson, Howard 234 Tibbetts, Bruce 218 Tonkin, William 211 Traugh, Donna 239 Travis, Paul 80, 212 Tressider, Mary 237 Turnbow, Calvin 162, 212 Turner, Adele 39, 214 Three hundred twenty two 224 38, 218 196, 239 2 Turner, Erwln 39, 52, 233 Underwood, Ross 234 Uzzell, Mlnter 207 Vesley, Frank 215 Wadley, Capltola 237 Wadley, "Doc" 162, 190, 239 Walker, James 216 Walker, Russell 220 Wallen, L. E. 51, 226 Wallls, Judlth 42, 216 Walstrum, Theodore 223 Webb, Robert 230 Wheat, Emmlt 162, 229 Wheat, Helen 237 Wheeless, Lovena 220 Whlsenhunt, Jack 220 Whlte, Maxwell 49, 211 Whltworth, Ralph 34, 35, 224 Wllllams, James 212 Wllllams, Sharon 27, 218 Wlse, Blllle 216 Yandell, Dorothy 222 STAFF INDEX Albltz, Neoma 249 Asblll, Delmar 251 Beaverson, Llnda 245 Best, Bettye 230 Briggs, Davld 244 Burroughs, Betty 246 Campbell, Naomi 246 Canada, Lela 248 Carpenter, Wllma 246 Chambers, Jean 250 Clayton, Lazora 249 Cottrlll, Carol Anne 234 Cowand, Elma 249 Crager, Gene 205, 244 Davls, Dalsy 208 Dlckson, Evelyn 244 Dorman, Frenchie 250 Doss, Faye 208 Draper, Betty 207 Dudley, Dlxle 244 Elder, James 244 Evans, Shlrley 244 Flsher, Donna 248 Frasher, Ahnlwake 243 Gaflord, Mary 245 Galloway, Hattle Mae 208 Gravltt, Evelyn 33, 223 Grover, Ethel 33 Green, Martha 215 Greene, Cassle 250 Hall, Cleo 220 Henry, Pauline 245 Hensley, Jane 245 Hlckman, Norma 245 Hlll, Kitty 249 Hlnton, Blll 246 Hodglns, 'Juanlta 250 Hood, Elsle 249 James, Mary Catherlne 22, 241 James, Sara 241 Jeffery, Susle 243 Jones, Carolyn 246 'Klng, Joe 243 King, Wanda 243 Klsner, Shlrley 207 Land, Deanna 240 Lawley, Carol 243 Ledbetter, Charlotte 246 Leturno, Helen 205 May, Dana 243 Mllls, Betty 208 Morrls, Nancy 205 Morrison, Wanda 208 Otten, Jo Ann 246 Parker, Glenda 246 Peter, Jean 245 Peters, Helen 207 Pyland, O. J. 246 Robertson, Nancy 250 Rogers, Jo Ellen 208 Rogers, Tom 243 Sanders, Susle 246 Scott, Frances 249 Scott, Mary Jane 226 Smlth, Bob 244 Smlth, LaFerne 246 Smlth, Louise 211 Starr, Ernestine 249 Stauss, Paulette 237 Stowers, Lela 245 Teal, Juanlla 249 Thompson, Galn 246 Thounburg, Elsle 250 VanFleet, Peggy 230 Vise, Jane 243 Wakefield, Amos 243 White, John 25, 26, 241 Whlte, Llnda 237 Whltworth, Beth 243 Wllley, Dorothy 207 Wllson, Ginny 207 Woodward, Rowena 246 -A- Abel, Robert 30, 33 Abels, Lols 295 Ackley, Mary 34, 40 Acord, Wllllam 295 Acton, Joe 254 Adalr, Everett 62, 295 Adams, Ronald 285 Adams, Thelma 40, 295 Ade, Don 41 Agent, Shella 36, 285 Aguilar, Yolanda 61, 275 Akers, Charlene 130 Alabaf, Bager 194 Albitz, Mary Lou 285 Aldridge, Jack 48 Aldridge, Sammye 285 Alexander, Fred 285 Alexander, Sam 94, 95 Alfred, Bobby 62 Allard, Mary 36, 275 Alsop, Tommy 34, 275 Allen, Barbara 40 Allen, Chuck 26, 102, 129 Allison, David 68, 275 Bergman, Erica 285 Bergman, James 296 Bernardi, Joe 36, 255 Bernardi, Sharon 20, 48, 61, 1 Berry, Gus 285 Berry, Tom 296 Bertrand, Ronald 62 Best, Bob 102 Best, Pat 44, 48 Bewley, Gary 102 Bias, Jerry 51 Bible, Leon 296 15, 274, 275 Burke, 'Richard 48,54 Burkett, Don 93 Burnett, Bonnie 251, 297 Burnett, Roger 285 Burns, Carrie 297 Burns, Jim 76, 275 Burns, Kathy 64, 297 mbrose, Terry 108, 285 mes, Gary 67, 295 nderson, Beverly 295 Anderson, Eva 295 Anderson, Jane 36, 275 Anderson, John 295 Anderson, Judy 29, 285 Anderson, Keith 295 nderson, Phylliss 48, 66, 295 nthis Rodney 295 ntle Linda 20, 32, 34, 96 ntle Ron 55 ul Robert Lee 295 rcher Chris 275 rmstrong, Luana 36, 48, 254 rmstrong, Richard 275 Biby, Richard 30 Bighorse, Charlie 173, 174 Billey, Thelma 275 Bingham, James 255 Bitting, Carolyn 36, 96, 117, 275 Bitting, Susan 106 Bitto, Stephanie 285 Bizzell, Kent 296 Black, Richard 192 Black, Sarah 36, 255 Blackwell, Margie 296 Blair, Paul 48, 255 Blair, Penny Jo 34, 275 Blankenship, Gloria 296 Blankenship, Linda 52, 275 Burr, Aaron 62 Burris, John 146 Burris, Phyllis 20, 27, 36, 48, 256 Burton, Lana 48 Burton, Mike 297 Burzio Barbara 297 Butcher, Dana 101, 103, 256 Butcher, Dixie 88, 146 Butler, Butler, C. J. 93 Diane 91, 275 Butler, DeEtta 36, 256 Butler, Donald 55, 256 Butler, Georgie 48 Butler, Michael 48 Buster Doris 48 Buzzard, Lawrence 297 Buzzard, Marvin 39 Byers, Carolyn 297 Byfield, Donald 36 Byfield, Doug 256 Blanks, Robert 48 rnett rnold mold rnold rnold ry Ca shby Gary 36, 55, 254 Beverly 275 Mike 30, 31, 33 Blanks, Rodney 41, 48, 255 Blood, Claude 55 Blue, Vicky 275 Byfield, Patricia 285 Bynum, Carl 51 Bynum, Jim 285 Bynum, Susan 73, 297 -C.. Patsy 48, 254 Sue 295 rolyn 72, 285 n 275 Lyn 88-89, 295 she Cindy 22, 25, 26, 88-89, shmare, James 55 Bogdanoff, Angela 285 Bo S Q9 . Bogler, Norma 285 Carl 296 Bolton, Mary 68 Bolton, Richard 296 Bonat, Bond, Pam 296 Linda 33 Campbell, Lacresia 36, 276 tchley Linda 36, 275 tchley Susan 295 twell Garry 102 uffet Rosaly 295 ulbert ustrn Willis 108 Pinkie 285 very Alan 46 ve ryt Bill 295 yers Carol 68,295 yers Linda 48 zbill Judy 134 -B.. aehler Gary 295 alley Daryl 295 aln Judith 275 aker Connie 285 aker George 295 aker Harvey 48 aker Janice 48, 88-89 aker Karen 72, 295 aker Martin 48 aker Patricia 285 aker Rodney 111, 295 aker Sondra 104, 285 aldwin Guy 48 all Carla 295 all Randolph 55,275 allard allard allard allew David 255 Deborah 64, 295 Sharron 99 Jeanne 51, 285 annon Barbara BHOWG 295 tz, Linda 295 62 arelow Ronnie arker arnam arnard arnes arnes arnes arnes arnett arnett arnett Scott 295 Jeff 30 Marlene 296 Bruce 285 Garcia 275 James 48, 80, 255 Scarlett 106, 107, 274, 275 Chloeen 36,255 Billie 36, 275 Roy 192 Bond, Raymond 275 Borneman, Carol 296 Bowdle, John 285 Bowen, Donna 296 Bowen, Dorothy 36, 255 Bowles, Noel 296 Boyd, Kathy 64, 296 Boyles, Michael 296 Bradford, Larry 40 Bradley, Lawrence 62 Bradley, Nathan 62 Brady, Lillie 48, 129 Branch, Evelyn 40 Branscum, Donald 296 Branstetter, Vic 296 Brassfield, Ken 255 Bratton, Viola 255 Brazil, Bertha 72, 255 Breedlove, Gwendolyn 63 Brendler, Thomas 255 Brewer, LeeAnn 296 Brewer, Rose 46, 48, 63, 275 Bridges, Mary Jo 34 Briggs, David 296 Bright, Tennie 34 Brinkley, Barbara 57, 285 Brinkley, Tom 275 Brintle, Gary 296 Brinsfield, Donna 296 Bristol, Artha 255 Bristol, Lori 32, 34, 35, 99 Bronaugh, Paula 34, 36, 106, 285 Brooks, Alice 36, 256 Brooks, Barbara 51, 285 Cable, Joyce 256 Cable, Thelma 36 Caddy, Brenda 297 Call, Bill 82, 256 Call, Donna 297 Camard, Fred 192 Campbell, Challa 64, Campbell, Doris 36, 2 285 76 Candy, Nancy 34, 104, 106, 107, 285 Canfield, Craig 48 Cannarsa, Linda 297 Cannarsa, Terry 256 Cantrell, Gerald 256 Carey, Anita 40 Cargile, Kent 46, 48 Carley, Gail 297 Carlile, Barbara 285 Carlile, James 276 Carlile, Robert 297 Bfuch, Chiles, Judith 68, 286 arrlnger, Carol 285 arrowman, Vici 296 arsh Rebecca 296 artholomew, Dale 275 artley Julius 55 asore Susan 48, 296 ates Jack 71, 72 ates Troy 94 atson Alex 82 attenfield, Louise 36, 255 aty Sandra 27, 36, 46, 48, 275 Brooks, David 101 Brooks, Donna 68, 296 Brooks, Ladena 34 Brooks, Richard 55 Brooks, Shirley 36, 275 Brown, Arlett 296 Brown, Charles 275 Brown, Deanna 48 Brown, Gary 93 Brown, Gerald 111 Brown, Joe 48, 275 Brown, Katherine 275 Brown, Linda A. 296 Brown, Linda 20, 25, 26, 292 Brown, Marvel 296 Brown, Mary 296 Brown, Pamela 67, 296 Brown, Ronnie 36, 256 Brown, Stephen 296 Brown, Velma 275 Browning, Ted 133, 256 Virginia 74, 297 augh each Thomas 296 Marvin 32, 34, 35, 296 eal Sharon 285 eall James 36, 46, 48, 275 ean Gary 296 eauford, Vickie 34, 68, 296 'BHVGY Mose 36, 255 eck Edward 62 eck Roselle 41 eck Vicki 41 eckha m, Nancy 285 ell Jack 55,275 ell Katherine 296 ell John 296 ellmyer, John 285 eller elveal James 296 David 296 enedetto, Jim 255 ennett Danny 173, 174, 275 ennett Janis 103 ennett Rex 111, 255 ennett Ronnie 296 enson, Faye -72, 285 enton, Larry 255, 275 ergman, Clara 296 sh', Jo akerf. Tim ae, 190, 275 Brumley, Sharon 275 Bruster, Jerry 48 Bryan, Beverly 33, 91 Bryan, Gary 297 Bryant, Beverly 72, 88-89, 297 Bryant, Michael 297 Bryant, Martha 36, 255 Buchanan, John 111 Buchanan, Terry 94 Buckley, Derril 108 Buffington, Mary 63 Bull, Annette 297 Bullard, Bob 108 Bullard, Westley 285 Bunch, Tom 42, 102 Bunyaketu, Sam 94 Burchett, Barbara 48, 275 Burd, Renee 297 Burgess, Dan 297 Burgess, Rickey 299 Burk, Michael 256 Burk, Rita 285 Burke, Elaine 72, 297 Burke, Kathy 48, 297 Burke, Leslie 54 Three hundred twenty three Carlile, Sandra 50, 27 6 Carlton, Gloria 48, 285 Carlton Van 93,276 Carman., Gary 1oa, 110 Carman, Linda 36 Caroon, Larry 20, 76, 285 Carpenter, Carol 36, 125, 256 Carpenter, Don 297 Carr, Sharon 276 Carter, Anita 276 Carter, Beverly 285 Carter, Diana 58 Carter, Judith 36, 52, Carter, Ronnie 64 Carter, Tracy 94, 102 Cartland, Joe 285 Cartwright, Louie 297 Carswell, Connie 48 Case, Ken 186 Casey, Elizabeth 104 Cassell, Ken 55 Casto, Patricia 80 Caviness, Ron 55 Cayce, Linda 36, 256 276 Caywood, Charlotte 36, 256 Center, David 108, 186, 189 Center, Warren 186, 1 94 Chadwell, Carolyn 276 Chaffin, Beth 297 Chaffin, Mary 286 Chandler, Robert 286 Chaney, Carol 276 Chaplin, Charles 167, Chappelle, Dicky 93 Chappelle, James 286 Charles, Virgil 62 Chartier, Teresa 297 Cheek, Glenn 297 Childcoat, Bill 50, 68, Childers, William 297 169, 192 72 Childress, Pearline 37, 46, 48, 256 Chitwood, John 55 Choates, Eddie 62 Christy, Aglae 91 Church, Carol 297 Cieloha, Donna 297 Clark, James 48 Clark, Michael 102, 286 Clark, Sandra 297 Clark, Sharon 34 Clarkson, Charles 102, 297 Clarkson, Pamela 20, Claunch, Nell 37, 256 46, 104 Claxton, Brenda 37, 104, 254, 257 Clayton, Mack 55, 108, 110, 286 Cleeland, Robert 80, 174 Clemmens, James 48 Clemmens, Judy 276 Clemmons, Patti 104 , 276 Clendenning, Bill 42, 286 Clevenger, Cheryl 37, Cline, Eddie 37, 276 Clingan, Mary 36, 37, Clingan, William 257 Clover, Janie 48, 68, , 278 257 39, 46, 48, 130, 257 297 Clover, Susan 20, 22, 37, 48, 80, 116, 133, Coates, Danny 108, 276 Coates, Judy 34 Cobb, Johnny 48, 55 Coen, Dianne 48, 88, 286 Coffman, Don 48 Coger, Iris 34, 276 Cogle, B. G. 169, 171 Cogle, Constance 286 Conier, Janice 298 Coker, Larry 286 Coker, Taylor 34, 298 Colbert, Beatrice 63, 298 Colberg, Terry 275, 298 Colburn, Deloris 286 Colburn, June 72 Colclazier, John 298 Cole, James 294 Cole, Letitia 33, 34 Cole, Rick 276 Cole, Sadie 24, 25, 26, 104, 276 Cole, Steve 55, 257 Cole, Tom 55, 62 Cole, Willard 298 Coleman, Eddie 174, 286 Collins, Bobbie 48 Collins, Diana 298 Collins, Ken 102 Collins, Linda 37, 257 Collier, William 62, 298 Combs Combs , Miriam 37, 39, 257 Sharon 37, 48, 257 Comby: Hank 191 Comps ton, Troy 37, 257 Donahue, Michael 300 Compton, Pattl 48, 50, 85, 129, 2 Comstock, Dennis 84, 101, 103 Conaway, William 94, 298 Condren, Gary 257 Conklin, Charles 48, 51, 286 Conley, Billy 276 Conly, Brant 298 Connor, Wesley 257 Conway, Sally 257 Cook, Cook, Diana Sue 37, 104, 257 George 50, 93, 129, 257 Cook, James 48 Cook, Janet 20, 37, 88, 276 Cook, Linda 298 Cook, Mike 55 Cook, Penny 37, 276 Cook, Roberta 286 Cook, Russell 298 Coon, Wayne 30 Coonce, Linda 298 Cooper, Barbara 276 Cooper, James 48, 55 Cope, Glenna 298 Copeland, Barbara 257 Copeland, Doris 72 Coplan, Janice 286 Corbin, Dorothy 73, 298 Co rey, Karen 296 Cornelius, David 294, 298 Cornelius, Michael 298 Correa, Ray 298 Coutz, Deanna 276 Coverstone, Lynn 32, 34, 35 Coverstone, Mark 33 Covington, Gene 298 Cowan, Benlamin 298 Cowan, Ruth 40, 99, 298 Cox, Cecil 72 Cox, Deborah 298 Cox, Gary 48 Cox, Llnda 72 Cox, Sharon 286 Cox, Shera 298 Crafton, Mary 72, 276 Cravens, Frank 55, 257 Craven, Regi 286 Crawford, Agatha 257 Crawford, Barbetta 48, 286 Crawford, Jack 298 Crawford, Johnny 62 Crawford, Rod 108 Crawley, Linda 20, 26, 37, 48, 84 Creech, Margaret 276 Crittenden, Barbara 257 Crossland, Connle 286 Crosslln, Donna 276 Crowder, Virgil 276 Cruce, Bill 298 Crumley, Joyce 58 Cummings, Monte 298 Cummins, Kay 20, 27, 36, 46, 48, Cunningham, Donald 299 Cunningham, Orvil 257 Cunningham, Ronald 286 Cupp, David 34, 42, 102, 299 Curby, William 286 Curry, Mike 59, 108 Dailey, Faith 299 Danlels, Llnda 37, 276 Danlels, Mike 93 Dansby, Jimmye 63 Davenport, Jane 299 Davenport, Jerry 48, 51, 258 Davidson, Donald 48 Davidson, Helen 46 Davidson, Jackie 55 Davidson, John 258 Davis, Beth 299 -D- Davls, Davis, Carolyn 58 Chanenna 37,258 Davls, Dewey 55, 299 Davls, Gary 258 Davis, Kathy 82 Davls, Larry 68, 276 Davis, Mackey 299 76 , 88, 276 64 Davis, Marilyn 37, 41, 68, 276 Davis, Phillip 258 Davis, Terry 276 Dawson, Colleen 48, 299 Dawson, James 299 Dawson, Jimmy 286 Dawson, Marie 37, 104, 276 Day, Jerome 299 Dean, Terry 72, 299 Dean, William 52, 299 Dearing, Janis 276 Decker, Richard 101 DeJarnatt, James 286 DeLacy, Chris 73 DeLong, Theresa 300 Denton, Dean 37, 258 Deonier, Jan 37, 42 48, 276, 278 Derrick, Glenda 258 Detmer, Kent 37, 48, 82, 108, Devero, Wesley 258 Devin, Randy 300 Dexter, Garold 300 Dexter, Ronald 300 Dick, Ronald 300 Dick, Sandra 50 Dickens, Gary 300 Dickerson, Keith 300 Dickson, Donald 300 Dietrich, Sallie 20, 286 Dill, Gary 276 Dill, Shelby 276 Dillard, Judy 37, 258 Dillard, Michael 258 Dilliner, Joyce 276 Dillingen, Rodney 276 Dillon, Lewis 300 Dobbins, Charles 300 Doble, Larry 25 Dodd, Shirley 37, 258 Dodson, Barbara 300 146, 276 Dodson, Vickie 37, 39, 48, 134, 258 Donahue, Patricia 48 Dooley, Arthela 68 Dotson, Barry 300 Dove, Thomas 48, 258 Dowen,eary 1oa,21e,217,2e9 Downing, Donald 277 Downing, Mary 277 Doyle, Burl 258 Draeger, Jon 300 Drake, Jim 52, 277 Drake, Sandra 34, 68 Draper, Melissia 32, 34 Drevs, Brenda 33, 300 Dryden, Ronnie 300 Drywater, Danny 286 Ducotey, Howard 258 Ducotey, Janie 258 Dudley, Rodney 300 Dua, Vernie 286, 300 Duensing, Karen 258 Dugger, Hoyt 300 Dumas, Richard 62, 172, 178, Dumbleton, Rhonda 48 Duncan, Carol 300 Duncan, Gary 258 Duncan, Paul 67, 300 Dunham, Roger 37, 76, 258 Dunlap, Sue 68 Dunlap, Theresa 37, 259 Dunn, Minnie 300 Duran, Mona 48 Durkee, Donna 82 Duty, James 84, 108, 2574 Eacret, Jimmy 37, 93, 259 Eads, Penny 48 Earl, D. J. 43 Easley, Sandra 277 East, Jane 41 1a2,2sa,27a Eastham, Barbara 20, 37, 46, 48, 50, 130, 259 Eastham, Joe 55 Eastman, Tom 20, 84, 101 Eaton, Joe 277 Eberhard, Annette 37, 259 Ebrahimi, Ahmad 55, 194 Ebrahimi, Ali 48, 52, 194 Ebrahimi, Omid 194 Edds, Steve 111 Edge, Betty 48 Evans, Buddy 300 Evans, Linda 287 Evans, Mary 37, 260 Everett, Jimmy 48 Everett, Judy 48 Evers, Scott 287 Eversoll, Janice 300 F Failla, Linda 287 Fair, Donald 300 Fabian, William 93, 254, 260 Falkin, Greg 93 Fargo, Mary 37, 260 Farmer, Cynda 277 Farmer, Don 30, 31, 48 Farrimond, Michael 111, 287 Farris, Marilynda 260 Fast, Walter 277 Feese, Gerald 82, 108, 277 Feigel, David 37, 260 Ferrero, Linda 301 Felber, Bill 101 Fell, Domon 301 Ferguson, Teresa 287 Ferrell, Arlene 36 Ferrero, Linda 301 Few, Linda 39 Fields, Tony 93 Finch, David 20, 46, 81, 260 Finch, Jimmy 48 Fink, Larry 301 Fish, Andrew 287 Fish, Helen 37, 39, 260 Fisher, James 50 Fisher, Jeanette 34 Fisher, Linda 84, 85, 96 Fisher, Nancy 287 Fisher, Norman 72 Fisher, Ralph 301 Fisher Regina 34 Fncn,'oavia aut Fitzer, Jimmy 55 Flanery, Ken 34, 66 Fletcher, Mildred 260 Flint, Shirley 37, 134, 260 Floyd, Harry 301 Floyd, Johnnie 301 Floyd, Joyce 287 Fogleman, Llnda 104 Folsom, Gary 48 Foote, Roy 301 Forbes, Everett 37, 48, 277 Ford, Charles 260 Edmiston, Robert 20, 21, 48, 81,115, 130, 138,259 Edmonds, Ricca 72, 286 Edmondson, Drew 37, 44, 45, Edmondson," Linda 81 Edmundson, Roselyn 40, 63 Edwards, Beverly 37, 259 Edwards, Helen 34 Eidschun, Patricia 259 Elam, Sandra 58, 277 Elledge, Debra 300 Elliott, Charles 300 Elliott, Mary 260 Elliott, Stephen 287 Ellis, Carolyn 300 Ellison, Steven 52, 134 Elsky, Leo 55 Elton, Bren 260 Emberlin, Martha 58 Emberson, Ron 84, 108, 110 Emery, Florence 33 England, Margaret 277 Enlow, Clyde 300 Epperson, Susan 300 Erickson, Christopher 300 Essary, Don 260 Essary, Roy 260 Estes, Carol 72, 300 Ethredge, Elton 39 81, 133, 259, 262 Three hundred twenty four Ford, Pamela 23, 26, 68, 81, 284, 287 Ford, Wayne 55 Foreman, Jack 287 Foreman, William 260 Foresman, Elizabeth 277 Forrest, Linda 34, 37, 104, 254 Forrest, Linda 34, 260 Foster, Rlta 301 Fout, Carol 291 Foutch Don 52, 260 Fowler, Donna 40 Fowler, Judy 39, 48 Frailey Sammy 301 Franke, Jim 277 Frazer, Suzanne 61 Frazier, Caroline 72, 277 Freeman, Doug 44, 48 Freeman, Johnny 55 Freeman, Netia 301 Freemyer, Shella 301 Frent, David 62 Frey, Janice 287 Fricke, Stephen 277 Friend, Linda 72 Frisbie, Anne 301 Froese, Alice 301 Froese, Lloyd 260 Fry, Fred 277 Fryar, Gary 301 Frye, Stephen' 20, 80, 287 Fugltt, Robert 301 Fulderson, Hubert 39, 48 Fulderson, Martha 48 Fuller, Glorla 301 Fuller, Linda 99, 287 Fulps, Vlckl 301 A Fulsom, Theodore 3016 Gaasch, Dona 74, 287 Gaddy, Candy 301 Gafford, Pam 48, 49, 121, 277 Gage, Garry 64, 260 Gage, Jake 108 Gage, Margaret 37, 260 Gage, Sue 96 Gailbraith, Peggy 287 Cambill, Charles 46, 48, 50, 52, 277 Gamble, Richard 261 Gann, Tom 277 Gardner, Marianna 63, 301 Gardner, Sheila 301 Garman, Laura 37, 88, 277 Garner, Emile 301 Garrett, Jerry 48, 277 Garrett, Sandra 48 Garrett, Steve 48, 52, 67, 277 Garrison, Gary 301 Garrison, Joseph 277 Garroutte, Phyllis 48 Gaston, Gregory 94, 301 Gay, Sharron 261 Gaylor, David 301 Geiger, Stephen 287 Geislnger, Naomi 301 George, Elizabeth 46, 48 George, Paul 37, 261 Grevais, Sandra 68, 287 Glbson, Cheryl 37, 277 Gibson, Nell 57 Gllbert, Barnetta 301 Gilbert, Lloyd 287 Gllbreath, Ruby 26, 287 Gill, Alice 34 Gilleland, Jane 301 Gilliam, James 76, 277 Gllkey, Gary 111 Gllmore, Fred 55 Gilmore, William 277 Gllstrap, Butch 108 Glrdner, Frank 55 Givens, Marverine 37, 261 Glvens, Warren 287 Glass, William 287 Glenn, Fern 37, 261 Glenn, Willlam 301 Goad, Harold 301 Goble, Dale 37, 261 Godfrey, Bill 261 Godfrey, Diana 37, 261 Godfrey, Richard 261 Goff, John 287 Goines, Diana 48, 50 Goldesberry, John 301 Goldfield, Joy 61, 291 Goldsmith, Wlnona 287 Gooch, Keith 186 Goodin, Keith 101 Goodman, Alice 37, 277 Goodman, Mlke 301 Goodsell, Randy 287 Goodsell, Rusty 261 Gordon, Leland 301 Goss, Jim 37, 261 Goss, Owen 261 Gossett, Freda 261 Gourd, Danny 108 Gourd, Charles 302 Grady, Anna 288 Grady, Dwight 37, 261 Gragg, John 55 Graham, Beverly 277 Graham, Linda 48 Graham, Sandra 82 Grammer, Louann 37, 46, 48, 261 Grass, Ken 34, 35 Grattopp, Dianna 20, 57, 288 Graves, Mary 37, 261 Graves, Sharon 61, 288, 289 Graves, Walter 302 Gray, Bonnie 72, 301 Gray, Ken 186, 288 Grayson, Karen 63 Green, Donna 34, 42 Green, Elizabeth 20 Green, Michael 111, 302 Green, Peggy 288 Green, Verna 41, 261 Greene, Suzan 22, 37, 87, 88, Greenfield, Eddie 72 Grego, Mary 37, 261 116, 133, 261 Hardin, Marvene 104, 106, 278 Hardt, Mary 34 Hardwick, Sydney 57 Harlo, Butch 76 Harless, Sandy 91 Harlin, Larry 278 Harlin, Leve 288 Harms, Kathy 303 Harp, Ken 31, 68, 303 Harper, Ben 303 Harper, Danny 303 Harper, Owen 102 Harper, Terrie 278 Harrell, Carla 91, 303 Harrell, Harrell Deanna 37,262 Leland 55 Harrington, Gary, 263 Harrington, Herbert 48 Harrington, Paul 40 Harris, Barbara 303 Harris, Ed 52 Harris, J. Q. 43 Harris, Kenneth 303 Harris, Robert 303 Harris, Steven 288 Harris, Vernestine 63, 288 Harrison, Hubert 48, 288 Harrison, Terry 20, 93, 278 Hart, Carol 303 Holley, Nancy 48, 288 Hollis, Freddie 303 Holt, Lawana 264 Honea, Brenda 303 Honea, Ruth 46 Honeywe ll, Donna 264 Hood, Virgil 264 Hoover, Linda 48, 288 Hopkins, Jill Diann 303 Horine, Jane 37, 279 Horn, Jo Ann 34, 37, 264 Horner, Arnie 86, 108, 111 Horner, Claudia 30, 33, 48, 288 Horton, Samuel 264 Houghton, Richard 288 Houk, Rosetta 37, 279 House, Jimmie 303 Howard, Carman 99, 303 Howard, Ervin 48 Howard, Jim 101 Howell, Rickey 279 Howell, Steven 288 Hubbard, Christina 292 Huckabee, Sharon 303 Huckaby, Susan 48, 50 Hudson, John 29, 30, 31, 33 Hudson, Tom 101, 103 Huffman, Mary 48, 288 Huffman, Patricia 48, 50, 130, 264 Hart, Ferrell 76, 263 Hart, Janet 67, 88, 89, 289 Hart, Mary 48, 133, 263 Hartman, Dortha 37, 278 Hartner, Keith 263 Harvey, Beth 278 Harvey, Janice 303 Harvey, Keith 289 Harvey, Robert 50 Harviston, Butch 102 Hasting, Michael 48, 174, 278 Hatfield, Jackie 48, 55 Hatfield, Larry 55 Hause, Frankie 73 Hawkes, Steve 48, 50 Hawkins, Ellene 62, 63 Hayes, Hayes, Hayner, David 303 Sherman 93 Diane 37, 263 Haynes, Grandville 62 Head, Charles 303 Head, Haskell 48, 52, 263 Headrick, Dan 278 Heard, Terry 263 Hearn, Mary 34, 37, 46, 48, 278 Hearn, Phil 80 Hedge, Jack 263 Heillman, Elizabeth 288 Heinen, Larry 303 Helems, Melinda 303 Heller, Larry 48, 191, 263 Helm, Eleanor 263 Helm, Jean 37 Hemperley, Marilyn 303 Henderson, Connie 37, 39, 48, 263 Henderson, John 37, 93, 278 Hughes, Becki 104, 264 Hughes, Mary 48 Hughes, Sherry 37, 288 Hulbert, J. C. 52 Hull, Ada 303 Humphries, David 48, 50, 76, 279 Humphrey, Larry 93, 288 Hunt, Barbara 80, 88, 89, 279 Hunt, Henry 24, 25, 101, 103, 162, 179 Hunt, Karen 48 Hunt, Ronald 80 Hunter, Ken 94 Hurley, Larry 303 Hutchings, Emery 55, 279 Hutchins, Jerry 48, 50, 288 Hutchinson, Sandra 37, 41, 72, 279 Ice, Bill 41 lhle, Mary 288 lijima, Mlchiko 72, 288 Infield, Billie 37, 82, 264 Inman, Don 55 lrvln, Michael 29, 284 lsom, Marilyn 74, 279 Ivey, Donna 37, 48, 264 J Jackson, Artheta 63 Jackson, Cleatta 63, 303 Jackson, Robert 33, 303 Jackson, Sharolette 303 Jacobs, Jo Ann 34 Jacobs, Susan 303 Jahrman, Beth 37, 279 Jake, Alice 304 James, Brenda 27 Janwey, Danny 304 Gregorio, Ed 76 Gregory, David 302 Gregory, Shellia 288 Henderson, Merrick 76 Henderson, Ron 303 Henderson Tom 186 Jayne, Howard 48 Jewell, Linda 48 Jobe, David 304 Gresham, Linda 72 Chuck 102 Hendren, Joyce 37, 39, 48, 278 Grlftith, Grlgsby, Lynette 82, 277 Grimes, Glenda 46 Grimes, Marvln 302 Gritls, Cynthia 277 Grlzzle, Kathy 302 Groff, Charles 48, 278 Groves, David 288 Grubb, Karen 34, 302 Grubbs, Terrell 48 Gruver, David 37, 126, 261 Gullloyle, Janette 48, 50, 278 Guinn, Larry 288 Gulbert, Brian 48 Gullett, Wesley 48 Gunley, Ron 34 Gunter, George 174 Gunter, Kay 104, 115, 117, 138, 284, 288 Gutherie, Cindy 104, 278 Gwartney, Brenda 32, 34, 35, 48, 122, 288 Gyami, Louise 20, 72 ... H .. Haas, Deborah 288 Hager, Gale 37, 40, 278 Haggard, Mike 81, 302 Haggard, Roger 110, 111 Hale, Danny 302 Hale, Marsha 34, 302 Halfast, Paula 302 Hall Hall Cindy 20, 42, 91, 288 Hall Earl 48 Hall John 36, 37, 48, 262 Hall Judy 37, 262 Lucinda 278 Hall, Marion 48, 108, 126 Hall, Sheila 302 Hallum, Janis 64 Ham, Eldon 302 Hambrick, Sheila 106 Hamilton, Ed 66 Hammett, Danny 93, 278 Hammett, Linda 104 Hamric, James 278 Hand, Floyd 262 Hand, Kathryn 37, 126, 262 Hand, Smokey 82 Hanlng, Joe 20, 48, 262 Hanson, Olivia 40, 48, 67 Harder, Allan 30 Hardesty, Dlanah 37, 262 Hardesty, Michael 37, 262 Hendrix, Carol 24, 25, 26, 278 Hendrix, Gerald 76 Henegar, Elaine 278 Henke, Ron 248 Henley, Prentice 263 Henricks, Gerald 279 Henry, Judith 48 Hendricks, Tim 278 Hendrickson, Rita 37, 263 Henley, Floydean 289 Henley, Prentiss 51 Hennigan, Timothy 279 Henshaw, Tom 51 Hensley, Linda 40 Herd, Charles 303 Hernandez, Larry 168 Herndon, Jimmy 62 Herring, Robert 263 Herron, Larry 30, 31, 33 Hewlett, Harry 303 Heyl, Cynthia 263 Hiatt, James 48 Hickman, Geraldine 37, 72, 263 Hickman, Mary 37, 48, 279 Hickman, Taft 279 Hildy, Thomas 102, 303 Hiles, Patricia 279 Hill, Carolyn 279 Hill, Christine 37 Hill, Robert 48 Hill, Sharron 48, 50 Hill, Terry 55 Hilligoss, John 34, 35 Johnson, Carolyn 37, 264 Johnson, Debra 34 Johnson, Dwight 20, 55 Johnson, Gloria 279 Johnson, James 288 Johnson, John 101, 103 Johnson, Janice 269 Johnson, Marriott 279 Johnson, Mary 279 Johnson, Ralph 288 Johnson, Richard 279 Johnson, Scott 304 Johnson, Tim 304 Johnson, Victor 67 Jones, Barbara 37, 46, 48, 264 Jones, David 37, 264 Jones, Don 48 Jones, James 44, 48, 81, 264 Jones, Jean 96, 264 Jones, Linda 37, 48, 264 Jones, Llnda 34, 304 Jones, Joel 304 Jordan, Elsie 55 Jordan, Jack 304 Justlce, Andrea 41 Justice, Michael 304 -K- Kahler, Nancy 74, 304 Kaiser, Gene 68, 72 Kane, Susan 57, 288 Karatzou, Doris 304 Karpuk, Gail 288 Karpack, Norma Dean 37, 264 Kazmierkiewicz, John 37, 264 Himes, Hindere David 50 r, Larry 31 Hinds, Mary 85 Hinkel, Lucetta 130 Hinkle, Ralph 20, 111 Hinkley, Carol 25, 26 Hinton, Margie 37, 263 Hitchcock, Stephen 101, 279 Hockett, Rebecca 84, 96 Hodges, Carolyn 263 Hodges, Mary Beth 29 Hodges, William 263 Holcombe, Linda 52 Holcombe, Sally 82, 279 Holder, Richard 279 Hollamond, Ott 94 Holleman, Doug 303 Th ree hundred twenty five Keehn, Betty 48 Keene, Shirley 304 Kehoe, Ann 39 Kelch, Peter 44 Kelch, William 304 Kelley, Dianne 41 Kelley, Mike 39, 46, 76 Kelliher, Mike 31, 33, 288 Kelly, Gene 279 Kelsey, Laurel 24, 25, 26, 104, 115, 138 Keltch, Peter 46, 48, 80, 279 Kendall, George 76, 288 Kennedy, Patricia 264 Kennedy, Randy 93, 288 Kenney, Carol 48 Kerr, John 108 Keys, Clara 304 Moore, Paula Keys, Rebecca 304 Kidd, Danny 82, 279 Kidd, Dianna 82 Kidwell, Doug 111 Kidwell, Ramona 48 Klllion, Larry 48, 279 Kimble, Ellen 304 Kind, Ann 72 Kindle, Barbara 304 Kindred, Kathleen 304 King, Bradford 288 King, Jack 108 King, Kennie 48 King, Rose 37, 279 King, Treva 29, 41, 48, 114, 115, 1 Kinkead, Linde 37, 134, 264 Kirby, Karen 289 Kirk, Janet 304 Kirkbride, Rebecca 279 Kissinger, Blll 94, 294, 304 Kleidon, Patricia 73, 279 Kline, Steve 289 Klucevsek, Frank 279 Knapp, Sharon 269 Knickerbocker, William 279 Knight, Carla 34 Knight, Frank 30, 33 Knowles, Glenda 25, 26, 304 Knowles, James 55, 279 Knupp, Mary 37, 264 Koch, Robert 279 Koditek, Linde 265 Koditek, Sandra 289 Korthals, Charlotte 304 Koster, Sherry 304 Krausch, Gail 58, 279 Krause, Joseph 31, 32, 34, 35, 289 Kroll, Linda 72, 265 Kubicek, Frank 289 Kuck, Robert 304 Kupsick, Betty 37, 265 Kysar, Frieda 34, 40 -L.. Lack, Sue 37, 265 Lacy, Franklin 111, 289 Lacy, Karen 279 LaFero, Angelo Jr. 304 Lair, Betty 304 Lamb, Elaine 72, 289 Lamb, Joel 48 Lambert, Norma 41 Lemm, Nancy 99 38, 288, 292 Love, Madolyn 63 Love, Sammie 37, 265 Lovern, Wayne 134 Lovett, Robert 30, 31, 33, 290 Lowe, Jo Marion 63 Lowe, Marty 304 Lowrey, Jan 304 Lowrance, Janis 24, 48, 126, 265 Lowrance, Kathryn 84, 104, 265 Lowrimore, Martha 280 Lowry, Janet 34, 280 Lowry, Sue 37, 72 Lowther, Glen 264 Luclhard, Barbara 34 Luker, Lynn 68 Lumpmouth, Margaret 58 Lundquist, Margaret 58 Lyles, Micke 304 Lynch, Liane 265 - M - Macke, Charles 93, 266 Mackey, Janell 266 Mackey, Philip 266 Maddox, Johnny 34, 108, 251, 280 Madeira, Cheri 290 Madeira, Nikki 294 Madison, Gary 305 MaGee, Patricia 37, 280 Magnus, Jerry 66 Mahan, Kenneth 305 Maier, Diane 37, 266 Main, Jackie 305 Mainus, Evelyn 126 Maisano, Jimmy 266 Maloli, Ali 194 Mallams, Bobby 48 Mallory, Lou 290 Mallory, Rebecca 290 Malone, Mary 20, 23, 26, 88, 89, 91 Manley, Linda 86, 96 Mann, Bertice 55 Mann, Pam 48 Manschreck, Chris 305 Mansour, Linda 290 Manuel, Fredene 26 Maples, Scott 305 Maris, Dale 50 Marrs, Frank 108 Marsh, Sonja 26 Marshall, Barbara 58 Marshall, Vicky 84, 88, 89, 266 Marrison, Sally 48 Moore Lemons, Eddie 51 Lemons, John 48 Lemons, Linda 51 Lamons, Robert 48 Lanze, Pete 76 Lane, Lawrence 34, 294, 304 Lane, Loyce 37, 130, 265 Lang, Albert 52 Langford, Thad 20, 50, 51, 108, 274, 279 Larrien, Klaus 304 Larson, Richard 265 Lasater, Tim 48 Lashley, Tim 191 Lattimore, Mary 48 Laurie, Mary 39 Lauterbach, John 265 Lauterbach, Susan 265 Lavendusky, John 46, 48, 279 Lawler, Joseph 289 Lawhon, William 289 Lawson, Allen 33 Lawson, Jim 304 Layrie, Mary 48 Leatherman, Linda 34, 68, 289 Ledbetter, Jerrie 304 Ledtord, Ronnie 279 Lee, Thelma 279 Leech, Jo 61 Leek, Donna 34, 48, 72, 289 Leep, Wilma 48 Leflore, Vivan 34 Lemer, Robert 289 Lemley, Helen 37, 48, 279 Lemmons, Leon 265 Lemons, Denny 93, 265 Martin Betty 305 Martin Garry 31, 111 Martin Judy 117 Martin Margaret 37 Martin Mary 48, 305 Martin, Mary 280 Mason, Danny 64 Mason, Linda 37, 104, 266 Mason, Patricia 37, 106, 266 Lesser, Dane 304 Lester, Charles 82, 265 Lester, Jeff 51, 134 Lester, Mike 108, 111 Letson, Bert 304 Lewis, Emma 290 Lewis, Gary 64 Lewis, Henry 280 Lewis, James 111, 290 Masters, Chuck 93 Masters, Mary 37, 280 Metheny, Gloria 280 Mathews, Senora 34, 63 Mathis, Linda 305 Matlock, Barbara 280 Matthews, James 280 Matthews, Kay 280 Matthews, Sherrilee 88, 89 Maxwell, Johnny 55 Mayfield, Sandra 34, 88, 89, 91 Maynard, Carolyn 48 Mayo, Candis 37, 280 McAdams, Corry 111, 280 McAulilf, Joseph 304 McAulif1e, Annette 88, 89 McCaig, Mike 94 McCall, Don 55 McCall, Frederick 82, 266 McCaskell, David 94 McCaslin, Bill 93 McClain, Barton 304 McClanahan, Edwin 48, 266 McClanahan, Kent 20, 50, 51 McClure, Jerry 304 McCollum, Sandra 104 McComber, Doyce 305 McCracker, John 64 McCray, Lynda 37, 280 McCuistian, Bobby 72, 305 McCullough, Danny 68, 290 McCutcheon, Richard 290 McDaniels, Roger 380 McDonald, Charles 305 McDonald, Jack 93 McElhannon, James 305 Lewis, Kay 88, 89 Li ins LaHunter 63 QQ , Lindesmith, Connie 25, 26, 48, 115, 280, 282 Lindsey, Nancy 37, 265 Linnet, Nina 68, 72, 265 Litterall, Bobby 76 Lively, Phyllis 265 Lively, Robert 111 Lloyd, Gary 186 Lloyd, David 186 Lockhart, Charles 34 Lottin, Jim 55 Loftin, Steve 41 Logan, Mark 169, 170 Logue, LaRue 55 Lomax, Ben 108 McEIhannon, Gwendolyn 37, 280 Long, David 290 Long, Gayle 104 Long, George 102, 290 Long, Judy 304 Lon Keith 43 9, Longfellow, William 304 Lott, Robert 304 McElroy, Cynthia 290 McFall, Jim 111 McFarland, Ronald 55 McGee, F. F. 39 McGee, Oral 305 McGinnis, Robert 55 McGuire, Patsy 84, 104, 266 Mclntosh, Adaline 29 McJunkin, Janice 38, 280 McKee, Betty 305 McKee, Bill 72 McKee, Joyce 72 McKinley, Carolyn 280 McKinney, Ann 305 McKinney, Billy 62 McMains, Kathleen 64 McNabb, Monna 32, 34, 35, 117, 2 McNair, Margaret 280 McNulty, Maureen 72 McPherson, Barbie 96 McReynolds, Sam 299, 305 Three hundred twenty six , 2 90 94, 305 -1 McSpadden, Ann 305 McSpadden, Harold 50, 266 Mead, Joan 48 Meadows, Rebecca 104, 266 Mesh, Judy 280 Mehlorn, Mary 305 Maldrum, Ray 34, 35, 66, 305 Menees, Kathy 290 Merkle, Cora 39, 48 Merrlman, Jerry 280 Merritt, Tina 34 Michals, Buddy 55 Michaud, Mary 290 Middlebusher, Jana 290 Mikel, Eric 55, 62, 192, 266 Mikel, Sammye 62 Miles, Walter 305 Mill, Penny 266 Miller, Carol 290 Miller, Doroto 305 Miller, Glen 68 Miller, Linda 42, 48, 290 Miller, Michael 266 Miller, Patsy 34, 48, 68, 290 Miller Vickie 305 Mills,'Peggy aa Mills, Robert 192, 193 Mitchell, Frankie 38, 266 Mitchell, Nancy 27, 38, 44, 48, 129 Mitchell, Nancy J. 46, 126, 305 Mitchell, Sharon 91, 305 Mitchell, Willie 40 Mohr, Larry 305 Moland, Jo Ann 38, 48, 68, 72, 267 Monks, Jo 46 Monroe, Richard 305 Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery, Brenda 72 Mary 38,267 Rex 31,290 Stephen 267 Steve 94,305 William 101,290 Montoya, Mary 38, 267 Moon, Darlene 38, 267 Moon, Neil 41 Moore, David Moore, Donald 23, 284, 290 Moore, Larri Moore, Larry 305 99, 306 62, 306 Moore, Luther 67 Moore, Michael 290 280 Richard 48, 306 Moreland, oeiben aa, 267 Moren, Judith 290 Morgan, Barbara 64 MOT an Judy 72, 306 9 , Morgan, Larry 280 Morgan, Sandra 64, 306 Morgan, Sandra 20, 58, 290 Morris, Carson 48 Morris, Tillman 38, 280 Morris, Wayne 72 Morrison, Connie 34 Morrison, Margaret 306 Morrison, Sally 48 Morton, Judy 306 Morton, Lynda 38, 40, 48, 68, 280 Morton, Stephen 306 Mosier, Ron 55 Moss, Frank 93 Moss, Nellie 290 Mosses, Roy 62 Moulton, Gary 46, 48 Mounts, Kem 306 Moye, Alicia 38, 40, 68, 280 Moye, Janey 40, 306 Mumm, Cyndee 57 Mullen, John 306 Mullins, Dennis 33 Murphree, Stephen 308 Murr, J oann 280 Murray, Curtis 267 Murray, Diana 306 Murray, John 290 Murray, Musick, Myers, Myers, Myles, Myrick, Myrter, Maxine 38, 267 Dan 43 Carolyn 280 Loretta 306 Sylvia 57, 104, 290 Roger 33 David 306 - N ... Neel, Margaret 280 Neely, Margaret 280 Neer, Bill 102, 306 Neibling, Dianne 66, 306 Neighbors, Jerry 291 Nelson, Linda Nesser, Mike Newell, Hope Newkirk, Jill 57, 291 86, 107 106, 291 20, 34, 37, 81, 82, 268, 299 Newland, Bill 31, 33, 34, 268 299 Newton Newton , John ,Sherry 291 Nichols, Dale 108 Nichols, Donna 61, 289, 306 Nichols, Garry 48 Nichols, Johnny 306 Nichols, Mike 94 Nichols, Polly 306 Nichols, Rhinda 99, 306 Nicholson, Jimmy 280 Nicholson, Phyl1is 68, 291 Nicholson, Sid 291 Nishmuta, Gary 291 Nix, Kenneth 93 Noley, Sylvia 38, 39, 48, 280 Noonkester, Shelia 280 Norris, Sandra 104 Nowlin, Judy 38, 280 Nucholls, Phyllis 38, 280 Nunn, Patricia 87, 97, 99, 291 Powell, Mitchell 82 Ppool, Beutice 38, 268 Prado, Gene 269 Prater, Ron 190 Romlne, Barbara 33, 292 Ronsick, Alan 308 Rose, Harvey 308 Rose, Terry 38, 48, 270 Rabon, Keaton 111 .. 0 - Oats, Emmit 62 Odle, Sharon 72, 291 Odneal, Patty 29, 38, 121, 280, 282 Odom, Dixie 291 Odom, Doug 306 Odor, Jim 34, 68 O'Donley, Mike 306 Oestmann, Melvina 48 Oglesby, Walter 280 Ollnghouse, Robert 268 Oliver, Delores 48, 268 Orendorff, Jerald 268 Ornsbey, Lottie 306 Orr, Carolyn 34, 291 Osborn, Janie 35, 38, 42, 280 Osborn, Mary 57,.58 Overlease, Gloria 55, 96, 97, 280 Overton, Benjamin 93, 291 Owen, Diane 58 Owens, Susan 306 Oxford, Stoney 191 -p.. Pace, Larry 108 Pace, Nancy 281 Pack, Charles 281 Pack, Michael 281 Packwood, Jim 68 Padgett, Marcia 306 Palmer, Palmer, Palmer, Pappin, Parent, Parenti, Jerry 306 Jimmy 268 Kathleen 306 Joe 48 Marleane 48,50 Mary 281 Prather, Donna 307 Prather, Pam 38, 88, 89, 281 Presley, Rufus 307 Price, Dee Ann 307 Price, Eubre 269 Price, Eulene 38 Price, Laura 307 Primeaux, Leah 20, 81, 82 Proctor, Randy 94 Proctor, Vinnie 307 Proud, Jackie 36, 48 Provorse, Carl 67 Provost, Kenneth 291 Pugh, Nancy 96 Purnell, Linda 307 Putnam, John 291 Q Qualls, Judie 40 Queener, Judy 291 .. R - Rackley, Mary 281 Rader, Connie 307 Rader, Linda 91 Rader, Mary 34, 38, 269 Ragsdale, Joe 178, 179, 182 Raines, Linda 291 Rainwater, Jaree 22, 88, 89 Rainwater, Michael 102, 307 Rainwater, Sharon 38, 133, 269 Rambo, Joe 307 Ramos, Ronnie 307 Rampp, Patricia 269 Ramsay, Theresa 106, 291 Ramsey, Russel 307 Randall, Charles 20, 50, 81, 87, 101, 103, 281 Ross, Charlotte 48 Rouhi, Kooroush 194 Roulet, Dois 281 Rowland, Carolyn 39, 48 Rowley, Max 46, 48 Roye, Ross 50, 281 Rucker, Linda 38, 281 Runyan, Lewis 281 Rush, Rush, Rush, Russel Russel Russel Russel Russel Russel Rutled Ryals, Ryals, Ryan, Bill 190 Clifton 55, 308 Randy 84, 108 l, Blll 42 I, Chad 308 l, Jim 308 I, Mary 96 l, Nancy 133 l, Ronald 308 ge, Cathy 68, 72, 292 Lola 308 Patricia 281 Annette 38, 270 Randsom, James Parham, Linda 104, 281 307 -3- Sadler, Robert 308 Saeger, Mary Jane 33 Sandage, Steve 93 Sanders, Barbara 281 Sanders, Bobby 107 Sanders, Jim 51, 94 Sanders, Judy 292 Sanderson, Juanita 20, 96 Sango, Ruby 63 Sass, Kathy 46, 48 Satterfield, Debra 281 Savage, Adrian 270 Savage, Jerry 38, 270 Sawyer, Johnnie 308 Schlecht, Helen 72, 84, 96, 281, 282 Parham, Tom 30, 31, 33 Parker, Betty 82, 268 Parker, Carol 38, 84, 104, 268 Parker, Craig 41 Parker, Gary 84, 93, 268 Parker, Gloria 268 Parker, Kathy 106 Parker, Shirley 63 Parkhurst, Sue 281 Paris, Doug 111 Parks, Lynn 38, 39, 281 Rankin, Jo Ellen 33 Ransom, Randy 55 Ranson, Jerry 84, 101, 102, 251 Rauch, Mary 281 Rauch, William 30, 33, 48, 291 Rector, Dixie 38 Redding, Kenneth 167, 168, 186 Redman, Sharon 41 Reece, Dennis 307 Reed, Blaine 51, 94 Reed, John 251 Schuette, David 82 Schultz, Linda 74 Scott, J. C. 48 Scott, Bob 30, 33, 42 Scott, Erwin 308 Scott, Frances 281, 282 Scott, Jean 48, 52, 84, 85, 88, 89, 248 Scott, Kenneth 62 Scott, Rebecca 308 Scott, Teresa 67 Seagle, Linda 308 Parmele, Linda 88, 89 Parmelee, John 291 Parrott, William 93, 268 Parsons, Karen 306 Paschal, Don 306 Pascucci, Perry 51, 108, 126, 190, 254, 268 Patterson, Carol 48 Patterson, Denise 134 Patterson, Donna 306 Patterson, Hazel 281 Patterson, James 26, 291 Patterson, Olivia 281 Patterson, Susan 291 Paulk, Charles ez, 174, 175, 176, 177, 17a, 179, 182, 183 Paxton, Sammie 306 Pearson, Robert 281 Pearson, Shirley 306 Pelt, Marvena 125 Penland, Sally 66 Penn, Carole 306 Pennington, Pete 94 Perkins, John 281 Perkins, Marion 281 Perkins, Marsha 38, 50, 72, 281 Perrault, Lewis 108 Reed, Linda 291 Reese, William 291 Reeves, Betty 38, 269 Regimand, Bab 194 Renfrow, Earl 269 Rex, Janice 307 Reynolds, Carol 96 Reynolds, Reynolds Carroll 307 Coeta 48 Reynolds, Jackie 307 Reynolds, Karen 74 Reynolds, Rhea, Judi Rhinehart, Rhoden, R Tom 108 th 38, 104, 269 Peggy 27 aymond 307 Rhodes, Colleen 72 Rhodes, M arty ' 48, 117 Rhodes, Shirley 34, 38, 269 Rhymes, M arvin 307 Rice, Drake 291 Rice, Vicki 281 Richardson, Carmen 307 Richardson, Jeanne 291 Richardson, Linda 291 Richardson Richey, He ,Mark 62 len 291 Sears, Michael 48, 270 Seaton, Gary 108 Seaton, James 55, 292 Seay, Leland 292 Seely, Elaine 308 Self, Tom 93, 94 Sellers, Barbara 34, 72, 308 Sellers, Jimmy 72, 308 Sellmeyer, R. E. 93, 292 Sells, Linda 38, 270 Shackerford, Booker 62 Shade, Ron 182 Shaeffer, Larry 292 Shane, Greg 282 Shanafelt, Suzanne 134 Shannon, Mary 104 Sharkey, Dennis 48, 270 Sharkey, Sandra 38, 270 Petersen, Bette 306 Perry, James 306 P r Linda 306 6 YY. Perryman, Brooks 20, 38, 48, 104, 268 Perryman, Don 55 Perryman, Glenn 38, 48, 266 Perryman, Joyce 39, 281 Peters, Catherine 38, 40, 281 Richmond, Carole 82, 291 Richmond, Walt 34 Ridgway, Karen 104, 107, 121, 123, 274, 281 Riefel, Lyle 48 Rlsner, Sue 38, 269 Ritschel, Robert 32, 34, 35, 38, 39, 42, 48, 130, 281 Ritzky, Garry 38, 46, 287 Sharp, Gary 38, 270 Sharp, Roger 292 Sharp, Karen Jan 308 Shaw, Bill 93 Shaw, Robert 282 Shead, Larry 308 Sheffield, Peggy 308 Shelley, Ronnie 308 Shelton, Peggie 282 Shelton, Larry 34, 308 Shelton, Lynda '308 Shepard, Carol Jean 308 Shepard, Janet 40 Shepherd, Brenda 282 Sheppard, Sharon -292 Sherman, Frances 38, 282 Peterson, Butch 93, 281 Peterson, Nancy 72, 306 Petherick, John 306 Pettlon, Sharon 57 Phelps, Lawrence 381 Phillips, Donna 48, 268 Phillips, Karen 306 Phillips, Lester 306 Phillips, Susan 32, 34, 35, 121, 306 Pigg, William 93, 107, 281 Pinkerton, Ronnie 64 Pipkin, Kerry 307 Pipkin, Terry 307 Pitt, Jerry 38, 166, 268 Poe, John 268 Poengen, Rita sa, 104, 266 Po ue, Linda 48, 63 Polumbus, Jan 48, 307 Pope, Jim 94 Pope, Mike 55 Popkess, Craig 44 Porter, Beverly 291 Porter, Gary 191 Porter, Kathleen 33, 291 Porter, Ladonna 268 Porter, Rhonda 307 Porterfield, Dana 291 Portertield, Richard 55 Poster, Bess 41 Posey, Tony 55, 291 Poteete, Marthanda 34, 35, 42, 48 Potter, Velt 291 Pouncil, Carolyn 63 Robbins, Jim 111 Roberson, Tom Roberto, Bonnie 269 291 Roberts, Faye 308 Roberts, Daniel 51, 281 Roberts, Dea 38, 48, 281 Roberts, Donald 52. 269 Roberts, Jack 308 Roberts, Ray 38, 269 Roberts, Rosemary 126 Roberts, Ton 48 291 Y 1 Robertson, Carolyn 269 Robertson, Robertson, Robertson, Robertson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson Charles 281 Deborah 281 Diane 34 Nancy 20, 24, 26, 291 Cherry 48 Ernest 269 Jan 33, 58, 281 Judy 38, 269 Larry 38, 269 Mike 308 Ronnie 190 281 Robison, Bert 308 Rochau, Ray 269 Rogers, Bonnie 38, 281 Rogers, Carla 34, 291 Rogers, Dennis 186, 187 Rogers, Kenneth 38, 48, 269 Roge rs, Sue 291 Rogers, William 308 Rohrer, Martha 72, 291 Roller, Benlamln 281 Three hundred twenty seven Sherman, Lynn 293 Shields, Paul 102, 308 Shipman, Catherine 308 Shipman, Charles 102, 308 Shipp, Larry 308 Shirley, Mary 99 Shoff, Debbie 33 Sholai, Sam 194 Shropshire, Bruce 282 Shunkey, Carla 48 Sibley, John 308 Sigler, James 308 Sigler, Janet 308 Slkes, Karen 308 Silver, Floyd 38 Simco, Jan 308 Simmons, Dan 129, 271 Simmons, David 308 Simmons, Dennis 31 Simmons, Jamie 308 Simmons, Janice 96 Simmons, Jean Ann 309 Simmons, Sue Ann 309 Simon, Jerry 309 Sims, Karen 309 Sims, Keith 34, 35 Sims, Llnda 38, 39, 48, 282 Sinclair, Walt 31 Singer, Sue Ann 86, 87, 95, 104, 274, 292 Slsco, Linda 38, 282 Sitter, Charles 309 Skaggs, Lewis 309 Skelton, DeAnna 38, 282 Skinner, Eldon 292 Skocdopole, Royce 55 Slagle, Llllian 41 Slape, Shlrley Lee 309 Sllnkard, Randy 32, 34, 35 Sloan, Phyllis 309 Small, Charles 282 Taylor, Thomas 271 Teague, Pat 33, 34, 309 Terrall, Thomas 282 Terrazas, Jack 55 Terry, Bill 38, 174, 177, 178, 27 Thayer, Linda 34, 35, 88, 89, 293 Thomas, Albert 282 Thomas, Christine 282 1 -Y..,, s ,. ,. 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