Northwest Nazarene University - Oasis Yearbook (Nampa, ID)

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Caldwell, Idaho - Charlene Moore - Ralph Nichols Jack Pace Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Chapin Table of MAKERS OF THE KEYS Administration KEY TO LEARNING Faculty KEY TO EXCELLENCE Leaders MASTERS OF THE KEYS Classes KEY TO RELAXATION Sports and Organizations KEYS TO THE KINGDOM Spiritual Life KEY TO FRIENDSHIP Dorms THE UNLOCKED DOOR Advertisements W. L in Contents . A F K 8' f . E ' .' Big: Sl , 4 ' . ' Page I96 K , .+3.,E.qgQre , In 1, K' Qi-4 ., . ,lg an , , 51:13 -K'- , M , 3 if fYVY,AVV-, J. -4-F 4' Lf 'lf' , . . 7 -"+?"fiZ if 4 f .A f, W ' 1' ' f K, ' 3.43 , '1' Q . 1. 5 Wgvi LX E5 4 Q .015 ,., X , ,-.I 3, M 4 W T, V, V M ,V:llg:,:4L.? V: lbw ','f.,3!g.5,.b,z,ffe:fJJlff-41532 39, V. .3 . A ' .ui .1 ., ., ,Q s ' i i K ', ,uf MKQWK ,gg ,V Xa' -AA . N. , . ,wg kv. ,Lf ' ' -- ' ' ,, .. . Q,-E'-A J Q Q ns ' - ' , , - , Q 'K' Q' ' VQQJ, . , ,fx-V ffik N ,. 1- 'F' J, ., K . WV ,. M.,.'Mn. ., . A 1 M V . A 3 4 K , A kg In V. Q .. 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'TA'4M.g?gg5?2T.Jf k kr X fgfiw J, ,L K K fw- 1f fx.'fV" 'J warg ,W mi., Lf, I 4 'WH f ?L".2'v' f ff' 1 i . Q ' , V- 1f,"53f' tw 3' QA 1 -4 H I ' . -'Ag ,pix I ? ,f .. ,. ' ,, I , x . , 4 3' 3-4j,if i'1pgQ,U,5f1f49f-w, L. af' ii Q, ,gm-M 'Y' A' "fs awww? - H J fa' L iwffffmffwz ,My ,Mg IG.. 1 my V, In A 5 en: .K rm, A V' .. ' x A- Q N, I in i 7 V X Q Vw' ,. .,,,. 1wff4 --4 5'1QgJ,,reQ -We fav - " ' "Ak Dedication To one Whose life shows the key to true Christian principles, Whose Work reveals honest concern for those who are his responsibility, and whose friendship is never failing, to you Bernard Seaman, We dedicate this 1965 Oasis. As a Christian teacher, counselor, and friend your contributions to our key ring will be lasting. May you provide the keys of academic skill and Christian values to future N.N.C. students as you have for us. We wish God's best for you as you serve Christ at N.N.C. Foreword The locked door--the opened doorg what is the difference? A Key. This year at N.N.C. we have been gathering keys: keys of knowledege, of spiritual growth, of skill and of friendship. These keys must never become rusty or forgotten but must become Worn from use. The purpose of a key is to open doors. Many closed doors await us but these will swing open as our keys are used. Each key will unlock its especial door. Never will our key ring be full. One more door to be opened by one more keyg this is our task. JOHN E. RILEY President NNC's Key to the Future Toward "Campus Plateau I9 O" As N.N.C. concludes her fifty-second year of continuous existence, she looks ahead to as steep and breathtaking a climb as she has ever known. By 1970, please God, she will have, perhaps for the first time, a complete campus with all its facilities of standard or better quality. On that plateau, Where she may pause for a moment of review and reflection, she will have a seven million dollar campusg a student body of 12005 a faculty of sixty, at least SOLZJ with doctorates, book holdings of 70,000 volumes, a superior educational program blending scholarship and spirituality. Welcome to the climb with its Weary muscles, its labored breathing, its soul in- spiring sights, and its joy of achievement! Welcome, oncoming thousands of students who will live and learn here and then go out with intelligent discipline to serve! Wel- come, graduates of yesteryear, whose prayer and support encourage us on! Welcome, parents, pastors, businessmen, and all our friends! Welcome to the climb! JOHN E. RILEY President Always a gracious and lovely first lady, Mrs. Riley wins the hearts of all who meet her. She can always be seen bustling around the campus, keep- ing an eye on its many activities. The Campus ,. , A splashing fountain greets all cross the patio of the student C1 From a bird's point of our campus is quite lm Under the shade of the creaking Willow tree stands Elmore Hall, the home of the home ec major. men ww - ap.. 1- mah 1 4 if WMA New Construction The new many-sided Science lecture auditorium is under construction and will be ready by the fall of 1965. E? ', ,Mi ,LL ' "1 Q--M W,,, i' 'I i H The ground floor i started for the nev three-story girls dormit tory to be ready by tht fall of 1965. 5 Campus Buildings . . . familiar and new Sounds of music and creations of artists can be heard and seen by walking through the Fine Arts Building. The new wing of Morrison has become accustomed to the laughter and tears of the freshman girls. 'ID' .J V , q""'i ,,JlA,,sg1 t, ,M . we 't'MT',f - . i . . W . A Y , U i L t'a4..,'ziz. ,ist 1 V V ' f , ' 1 f alleerf UF THE f f ff" KEYS f 5 t fl? K , 'X M V. . M Ni ,avk X Q AU, ,-ff X 3 fl f 1 a in 15' ,f fkf ip t 3.1. 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HELEN HILL Secretary to Dr. Riley Dr. John Riley, President of the College, works under the direction of the Board of Regents, and he in turn directs the Administrative council. Under his progressive leadership and dedication to de- velopment, the college functions effectively. Ar 1 BY? WE. Board Officers: left io riglatg Raymond Kratzer, Chairmang Gordon Olsen, vice-chairman, Richard Lindbloom, secretary. Not pictured, Walter Howard, treasurer. Board of Regents The Board of Regents is made up of the president of the college, elected representatives of the ten dis- tricts of the Northwest Educational Zone, and a representative of the alumni association. These men meet twice a year, in September and March, to plan ways to promote the program of the college. They discuss the academic and spiritual purposes of the school and prepare programs for carrying out its aims. This year the board approved plans made for campus improvement and included such improve- ments as the new tennis court and lighting facilities. These men are the backbone of the campus growth and development and are concerned with the success of the college as a spiritual and intellectual center. 5 Wil UH X fs' . ' 'isa-ft:'..,,,,,g eff V V V , i"' M hit .,,, pi I 1 K Row one: L. W. johnson, I, F. Younger, Gordon Olson, Roy Stevens, Howard Olson, Wilson Lanpher, john Riley, Howard Miller. Row Iwo: Percy Bartrom, Dean Hempel, Roy Edwards, Roy Ycidcr, Del McDowell, Ells Bartlow, Ken Mecnach, john Wordsworth. Row three: Bert Daniels, Virgil Grover, Bertrcnd Peterson. Row four: Don Peterman, Edward johnson, Carl Lind- bloom. Row fiw: A. L. McQu:iy, W. D, McGraw, Ed Kincaid, Walter Howard, Earl Shearer. Row six: Phil Salisbury, Marvin Sporlcdcr, Emmett Shields. Row svwlfr Leo Qualls, Eugene Weber, Raymond Kratzer, A. G. Jefferies, Lcstcr Scatt. Row eiglal: Ken Derkatz, Milo Arnold, Harry Taplin, Richard Lindbloom, Al Loeber, Robert Manley. 17 Administration Dean The Dean of the College is in charge of the academic program of the college. To- gether with the Academic Council, Dean Thelma B. Culver maps the educational activities of the college program and serves as adviser of academic affairs to the President and faculty. Under the capable leadership of Dean Culver, the educa- tional needs of the students are met. DEAN THELMA B. CULVER W'-es., i 1 if TRESSA HANSEN Secreiary to Dean Culver Standing: Double E Hill, Donald Tillotson, Wanda Mc- Michael, Thelma Culver. Seated: left to right, Edith Lan- caster, Marian Washburn, A. E. Sanner, Lilburn Wesche Percival Wcsche, Bernard Seaman, Marvin Byers. Academic Coun il The Academic Council is represented by the heads of the divisions, the Registrar, the Librarian, Chairman of Lower Division and the Dean of the College who is chairman and head of the council. They consider all academic activities of the College, and matters pertaining to registra- tion, instruction, curriculum, and any exemptions from academic re- quirements. l i DR. L. WESLEY JOHNSON Vice-P1'e5iz1'c'11f in Charge of Df'L'6'10P77IC'l1f , MRS. JOANNA HOOLEY Secretary fo Dr. 1011115011 Development Newly appointed to this position, Dr. L. Wesley Johnson Works closely with the Board of Regents and college president in searching for improved methods of securing appropriations and facilities for the development of the college. Greatly needed improvements which have been acquired this year are the new college signs at the entrances to the administration building circle drive, the remodeling of the administration building to accommodate much needed office space, the completion of closed circuit television for classroom useg and an increased and stepped up program for future development. 1 5 5 MR. KEN MEENACH AI7l7ll77i Secretary The Alumni secretary has become an integral part of the NNC administrative program. Mr. Ken Meenach's duties include the bulk of alumni business and correspondence and work among the youth of the church. He also Works in public relations with the zone churches, student recruitment, and is an alumni representative on the Board of Regents. lf The developmental representative, Mr. Marvin Sporleder, aids the college by soliciting for th development and improvement of the college pro gram and facilities. He travels each summer wit the summer traveling groups and serves as an as- sistant to the Vice-President in charge of Develop- ment. MR. MARVIN SPORLEDER Developfzzcmal Repesemfative F Bu iness Office The Business Manager, Dr. Howard Miller, is responsible to the President and the Board of Regents for the expending of funds and the financial progress of the college. He supervises the food services, the domitories, and the bookstore. Stu- dent Hnancial affairs and loans are also under his direction. '-...M K, ,f DR. HOWARD MILLER Business Manager Associate business manager, E. Harper, has charge of the maintenance of the buildings on campus and works also with employment of campus students. He supervises the maintenance staffs and assists in the purchasing department of the college. MR. E. J. HARPER Associaic Business Manager ff 21 Office Staff MRS. EVELYN JOHNSON Head Bookkeeper MRS. ELLA BENIGHT Secretary to Dr. Miller HJ' A 5 MRS. CAROL COX MR KEN MONTGOMERY Bookkeeper 22 Machine Operator JUDY BALL Switchboard Maintenance MEL LEFF and RALPH Acocx Custodians Seated : A. C. Turner, Standing, Guy Wright, Head Custodian, Harrell Reisch, Engineer. Registrar 24 Mus. WANDA MCMICHAEL Assistant Registrar CHESTER GALLOWAY The Registrafs Ofhce under the leader- ship of Dr. Chester Galloway, supervises the registration of all students of N.N.C. Along with Mrs. Wanda McMichael, As- sistant Registrar, the office staff compiles student grades and records, and prepares transcripts for graduates. This office also corresponds with all prospective students of N.N.C. Staff The Registrar's oilice employs person- nel to assist the registrars in the many duties of the office. Student help is also used to supplement the full time em- ployees. in E 1 a Sfanrfing: Betty Waller and Mrs. Alta l Harper, secretaries. Scafedr Janet Pace, W student worker. MRS. AL HAYNES Secretary l a e E l E l a i o ,..,....-n- Many students use the library during the day as Ll quiet place to study 25 Testing Bureau Mr. Bernard Seaman is Head of N.N.C.,s Testing Bureau and is also Chairman of the Lower Division. Through his ofhce tests are given to new students for placement and guidance purposes, and graduate record examinations are administered to seniors. Student guidance coun- seling is an important part of Mr. Seaman's activities in this office. .,-'M 26 sf at gu- ? fi 6 m id F at :1 'A ia' ,ass S523 Library The N.N.C. Library is under the direction of Miss Edith Lancaster. The library holdings now total approxi- mately 40,000 volumes. The staff cata- logues all new volumes, keeps track of the circulation of books and assists any- one needing help in the library. Inter- library loan is also under the direction of Miss Lancaster and the library staff. ' '--f- - MRS. KEN MEENACH Library Secretary .Hu y f EDITH LANCASTER A.B. Trevecca Nazarene College M.A. George Peabody College Miss HELEN RAMBO Assistant Librarian Library Science .iffszwr , -fa P., --WI . E 1, E Lge- ,- . at L , ea. 3' E- - i . X 4 i if Lex -H' - N Campus Life 'E E Vice-President for Campus Life Dr. Joseph Mayfield, as Vice President for Campus Life, is in charge of student affairs and is responsible for student health services. He is Chairman of the Personnel Com- mittee, composed of Helen Wilson, Mac Webb and Elmore Vail. This committee keeps order on the campus and re- views student disciplinary activities. He is concerned with the cultural development of the college and Works with the ASB First Vice-President in planning the calendar for the year. MRS. GENEVA BITTLESTON Secretary to Dr. Mayfield f JOSEPH MAYFIELD Personnel Committee MAC WEBB Dean of Men ELMORE VAIL Dean of Women, Helen Wilson, talks with Assistant Dean, Sharon Rodda and Mrs. Volk in a meeting of the Head Residents. 29 Boards of Judicial Review Working separately, the men and women composing the Boards of Judicial Review endeavor to improve student inter-relationships and to cultivate the cultural aspects of life on the N.N.C. campus. Led by the Dean of Men and Dean of Women, the Boards also review disciplinary problems and help to provide opportunity for student self-improvement through the application of Christian principles. Seated: Paul Enns, Mr. M-ac Webb, Dr. Arthur Seamans, Dennis Wilde. Standing: Chuck Taylor, Ken Bencdick, Mr. David Conner, Dave Larkin, Glen Groenig. La Verne Guches, Rona Armi- tage, Stella White, Mrs. Volk, Linda Lester, Mrs, Rodda, As- sistant Dean of Women, and Kathy Slamp. 30 MRS. NAOMI JOHNSON Manager Carol Hickerson, Mrs. Samp, and Judy MRS. LAURA SPORLEDER Assistant Manager i Wentworth, Clerks. Bookstore .9 ' 3 School Doctors D R BERTMANGUM Rim o o o 5? o X F MRS. E F 32 DR. HENRY WES School Nurse '-...I .f N, Q A J ,isue wmmr Suzanne Sporleder, Chris Ponce, Marge Angier Student Center Scheduling social events and activf ities and preparing an agenda for meetings to be held in the Student Center are only two of the many services provided by director Dave Raine. ww Post Office Distributing letters, packages, and notices constitutes the main bulk of work for the post office staff. An authorized branch of the local mail service, the staff maintains a fast, steady postal service to N.N.C. stu- dents. DAVE RAINE Director Saga Whether planning, preparing, or serving, the Saga Food Service furnishes nourishing meals to the guests, students, and faculty of N.N.C. In keeping with a theme for excellence and progress in food service, this year Saga installed a conveyor belt for returning meal trays. Left lo righl: Violet Roehl, Eunice Chain, Richard L. White, Managerg Lola Oltman, Erna Ellis, Lorene Pilcher. 33 Key to LEARNING i H. ,L I . Q- SLM , Q1 .1we:Awe-.v,m,f.q sg by 34 N . AR .LW Q "'!" V f. an ff IE: ' 'I . f P qlsyq U fr: W 5 1 Q ' ' V , ff, ' M -av' , AA , , V, r I 63-xv., A -,y gxifffff Q I .10 on i 'iw 0 - I O at Q59 M 'O 1-vffjjixgxxgy 0, f Shwaibxn f Wag? If Q! X -X Q X K x XQXXSQA 0 x X 9 100 mvaxx X X' I X XXO X x A Ng I D. , 'A' v Q10 5 . Faculty Philosophy and Religion J. WILLIAM JONES A.B. University of Oregon M.A. University of Oregon Head of the Department of Philsophy The Division of Philosophy and Religion strives to acquaint the student with the spiri- tual, religious, and cultural heritage of the Christian faith. It aims to prepare lay and ministerial students through reflective and discriminative thought for various fields of Christian service. A. E. SANNER A.B. Pasadena College M.A. Pasadena College D.D. Pasadena College Chairman of the Division of Philsophy and Religion Head of the Department of Religion Religion -will JOHN E. RILEY A.B. Eastern Nazarene College M.A. Boston University D.D. Eastern Nazarene College Philosophy ,ff CHESTER GALLOWAY AJS. Northwest Nazarene College li.D. Nazarene Theological Seminary M.li.lf. Southwest Baptist Seminary M.lid. University of Vlfyoming l'h.D. University of XVy0n1ing Religion ALAN RODDA Education and Psychology The Division of Education and Psychology aims to prepare classroom teachers who will contribute to society as active citizens, as educational leaders, and as guides for children and youth. The study of psychology enables the student to better understand his own be- havior as well as that of others. It assists him in making the adjustments required socially and vocationally in life. LILBURN E. WESCIIE A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.Ed. Trinity University Ed.D. Colorado State College Chairman of the Division of Education and Psychology Education at er 1 at a Ea xii! if jj 2 at :Eg ' , ,F ,RQ ,CAA it kxk.,,,:.,,......,,,,. ,,,...,,... lt. 'i1'- 1 cc 1 Sr 1 THELMA B. CULVER 1 C A.B. Northwest Nazarene College 1 , M.lid. University of Wasliiiagton i 'i Ed.D. University of Colorado CWM f 'Qw- Head of the Department of Education MARIAN MARSH Education A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. Colorado State College lid.S. Colorado State College lid.D. Colorado State College FRED KNIGHT Education A.B. Northwest Nazarene College Th.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. University of Wicliita Ed.D. University of Southern California in K 3 ,4:: - ,,i,ia , Director of Student Teaching BERNARD E SEAMAN A.B. Northwest Nazarene College '1h.M. Northwest Nazarene College B D. Nazarene Theological Seminary M.Ed. University of Alberta d of the Department of Psychology Psychology and Education MAC WFBB LAIJONNA WEBB A B Northwest Nazarene College J' A B Northwest Nazarene College M Ld Oregon State University ' W Ld Oregon SW-fc UmVe1'5'tY Pwchology W. fi Health and Physical lzducation ELMORE W. VAIL A B Northwest Nazarene College M S CEd.j University of Idaho Head of the Depzlrtment of Health ED and Physical Education Health and Physical Education JAMES POTEET A.B. Pasadena College Health and Physical Education AB Northwest N11 lrenc College Language and Literature The purpose of this division is to enable the student to discover the truth in and appre- ciation for the best literature of the ages. His knowledge is broadened by the studies of the nationalities through their literature and lan- guage. The knowledge of the humanities enables the student to better understand and recognize the media through which great minds have interpreted life-Words. MARIAN B. WAsHBURN A.B. Eastern Nazarene College M.A. Boston University Chairman of the Division of Language and Literature English ARTHUR F, SEAMANS EARL R OWLVS A.B. Eastern Nazarene College A B University of California M.A. Boston University M A Stanford Univtrsity Ph.D. University of Maryland Head of the Department of Speech Head of the Department of English Speech English 40 LILLIAN E. LEWIS A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. University of California English E E s ,O-1 +V :rr . urn HELEN G. WILSON A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.S. fGen. Studiesj University of Oregon Journalism and English 4.-ww' gf" JUANITA L. DEM MER A.l5. University of Oregon M.A. Uiiixersity of Oregon M.A. University of XVisconsin Head of the Department of Foreign Languages Foreign Languages LIN-YI WU Graduate of Peking University Mathematics and The Division of Mathematics and Natural Science provides the student with scientific y i knowledge through accurate observation and an objective attitude in the search of truth. This division strives to accomplish its aims we through studies in chemistry, physics, mathe- matics, and the biological sciences. GILBERT C. Form A.B. University of Colorado M.A. Harvard University Ph.D. Harvard University Chairman of the Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Head of the Department of Physics Physicsg Physics Research DONALD B. TILLOTSON AB. Eastern Nazarene College M.A. Boston University Ph-.D. University of Kansas Head of the Department of Mathematics JOSEPH W. TRACY B S University of Wasliiiigton MiS.. University of Waisliiiigton Ph,D. University of Wasllington Head of the Department of Chemistry VIRGIL VAIL Chemistry A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.S. fEd.j University of Idaho Physicsg Physics Research atural Science IRA IZDWARDS A.B. Northwest Nazarene College Biological Science 3 xml' MILTON L. DEAN A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. Oregon State College Head of the Department of Biological Sciences Biological Science d""" ff" 1 3 itil' DARREL MARKS A.B. Northwest Nazarene College V M.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Physics ARTHUR IMEL B.S. Willamette University M.S. Oregon State University Ph.D. Oregon State University Chemistry Fine Arts The Division of Fine Arts provides for the student an orientation and development in the fields of music and art, valuable in the cultural development of each student. This is accomplished through classes in 44 music theory, music literature, choirs, and applied music. Art Classes provide an acquaintance with theory as Well as the application of theory in applied courses. DOUBLE E HILL B.Mus. Northwest Nazarene College M.Mus. University of Idaho Ph.D. University of Illinois Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts Head of the Department of Music Music ALLINE M. SWANN B.Sch. Mus. Texas Wesleyan College B.Mus. in Piano, Southern Methodist University M.Mus. in Piano, American Conservatory of Music Music RUBY SANNER Music Certificate, Pasadena College A.B. Northwest Nazarene College Music WARNIE TIPPITT lb B.Mus. James Milliken University M.Mus. Ed. James Milliken University Music MARVIN R. BLOOMQUIST A.B. Northwest Nazarene College B.Mus. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. University of Minnesota Music DELORIS WALLER A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.Mus. Ed. University of Idaho Music 93 N RUTH A. LONG A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. University of Idaho Head of the Department of Art Art Social Science The Departments of Business, Economics, History, Political Science, Home Economics and Sociology are all a part of the Division of Social Sciences. Their purpose is to educate the student in the understanding of the con- stant llux of society. It strives to better enable the students to play an effective role in the building of a better social order. PERCIVAL A. WESCHE A.B. Taylor University B.D. Asbury Theological Seminary M.A. Winona Lake School of Theology M.A. University of Chicago Ph.D. University of Oklahoma Chairman of the Division of Social Science Head of the Department of History Head of the Department of Political Science History ROBERT C. WOODWARD A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.A. University of Oregon Ph.D. University of Oregon History HARROLD T. CURL A.B. Olivet Nazarene College M.A. University of Illinois Head of the Department of Sociology Sociology I fr HOWARD L. MILLER A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.S. University of Wyoming Pl1,D. University of Illinois Head of the Department of Economics Economics and Business "il 2 X tsuu xxx. I K-'ZEN GENEVA BAXTER A.B. Northwest Nazarene College M.Ed. Oregon State University Business Eau Q, P E V img, is ggi desi, S H53 MARVIN BYERS B.S. Kansas State Teachers College M.S. Kansas State Teachers College Head of the Department of Business Business and Economics LETTY HOWE A.B. Pasadena College M.A. University of Minnesota Head of the Department of Home Economics Home Economics , , ,,, Q Q :: : , 5 ' I l ' .ia - M N L 3, 2 -L nf' f - --Q17 S 1, iis ri I 4 , I C S M sr. N, If ,,'. Nw I , x sii1f1fiQ:,rf"'i Z . KLL. fl , -f" W ss, W.. rr.. if '-ANB C 7 'N nd EULA TOMBAUGH B.S. Iowa State College M.A. University of Minnesota Home Economics 47 Guest Lecturers REV. MEL LAWS Religion MRS. SHIRLEY DEAN English Part-time E111 vmnriam ROY F. STEVENS JOSEPH E. JANOSKY From 1919 when he first walked across the dusty sage- brush campus until his death in 1964, except for the years he served a sister college, E. Janosky lived beside or The life of Roy F. Stevens spanned the history of the Church of the Nazarene both longitudinally and horizon- tally. Born in a Nazarene preacher's home and educated at Olivet Nazarene College, his service to the church came through teaching, pastoring, and serving on college boards. Dr.. Stevens served for ten years as District Superintendent of the Minnesota District. During this time he was a member of N.N.C.'s Board of Regents and served nearly two years as the chairman. This he resigned as he assumed leadership of the Kansas City District. Talented musician and singer, successful college teacher and church pastor, efficient administrator, faithful church- man, loving husband and father, Dr. Roy F. Stevens was always a courteous cultured Christian gentleman. worked for Northwest Nazarene College. Possessed of M-f intellectual ability and personal drive, he applied a kind of perfectionism to everything he did as businessman, builder bursar or faculty member. He scorned laziness and carelessness and exalted, by both precept and example, industry and exactness. Nevertheless, he always viewed man s best efforts as meaningful only under God's over- arching love and grace. Strong opinions, a capacity for self discipline and hard work, a lively sense of humor, an abounding love for God and His Kingdom made Joseph E. Janosky a happy warrior. Key to EXCELLF N Leader! Associated Student wh CN ZA MARK RUDEEN President KATHY MosTELLER Vice Presidenzf Planning and directing the activities of the Associated Student Body, the Student Council serves as a governing body to further student participation and democracy at N.N.C. Working under the leadership of its elected officers, the Student Council strives to promote excellence in student government and to improve student-ad- ministration relations. The Student Leadership Retreat is annually spon- sored by the Student Council in conjunction with the college administration. The Retreat this year Was held at Sun Valley where student leaders of campus organizations and living groups met with members of the administration and Student Council and planned a program of desired outcomes for the 1964-65 academic year. The effective leadership of President Mark Rudeen, coupled with the efficient workmanship of his fellow officers, sparked the Student Council and enabled them to complete the year successfully. DAN Quick Second Vice President O KATHY BUNN T1'CtlS1H'6T f""--. MERILYN STARK Sccrciary Student Council Rau' onv: Dennis Wfildc, Dan Quick. Row Iwo: Kathy Mostcllcr, Clurlcne Moore, Kathy Bunn, Marilyn Stark. Row ibrcv: Kathy Slamp, Tony Kupinski, Keith Kirkcidc. Harold Perkins. Row four: Dave Larkin, Mark Rudecn, Dan Bc rg, Dr. Mayfield, SPOIISOF. in American Colleges and Universities Major: Elementary Education A.W.S. President KATHY THOMAS SLAMP Sacramento, California MARK RUDEEN Rivas, Nicaragua Major: Religion A.S.B. President ff! , 3:35 Major: Elementary Education qi, A.S.B. Ist Vice-P1fcsidc'n1f Aw . KATHY MOSTELLER Campinas, Brazil CHARLENE MOQRE Nampa, Idaho Major: English Oasis Editor Major: English junior Class Vice-President JANELL KEOPPEL Pasadena, California HUGH FRIBERG Bellevue, Wfashington Major: Divisional Mathematics and Science Senior Class Pwsidezzt EE Q 2,6 -,.,,., Qffiggi J 55 s F' ai i J e 2 r 1 f l , ga "', in x an, "N"-sw xor N x f Major: Business A.S.B. Treasurer KATHY BUNN Dayton, Oregon DENNIS ELLIS Nampa, Idaho Major: Divisional Language and Literature Music Club Vice-President EVELYN SANNER BENNETT' Nampa, Idaho Major: English N ortbwestermrs Major: Mathematics junior Marshall EUGENE FURUYAMA Nampa, Idaho PAM MORRCW Bremerton, Washington Major: Elementary Education Homecoming Princess fx f' -ff -5 3, , , 4, 'L 1 A". . 5 Q .,,k,'LL 57.3 ,XV 1 A Y If 0 f f xX K s MARILYN SHEPARD Medford, Oregon Major: Elementary Education N ortbweszfemers RM Major: Elementary Education S.N.E.A. President CAROLYN YOUNGER Nampa, Idaho Zeta Kappa Rho N.N.C.'s honor society, Zeta Kappa Rho, seeks to promote a higher standard of scholarship on the campus. Any student maintaining a G.P.A. of 3.4 or above for three consecutive terms is eligible for membership. A Vesper tea at Christmas and an honor breakfast at commencement are the main activities of the society. Rona Armitage Wendell Bowes Eugene Futuyama Eldon Housinger janet Porterfield Carol Thompson Frank Ballard Kathy Bunn Janet Graham Karen Kirkman Marcia Schatz Paul Wardlaw Gary Bartlow Linda Busick Glen Groenig Tony Kupinski Marilyn Shepard Don Willis Evelyn Bennett Bob Danker Linda Halter Ron Lancaster Virginia Smith Charles Witte Erma Bort Devota Dodson Ruth Hokum Hannah Lindbloom Marvin Stalleop Ruth Yancey janet Engles Stan Holton Verna Moran Ruth Stiehl Doris Young , , .,,. ,X . A UM, z ,W :Z 5 ,z 53 wh ' rx. 'zz-1:15 55 ' 1- 3 1 'V aw' H Eggs :raw Q- . . ., .... . fiw 55- , W , f- K. Sw, . ,, -- f . --gm. ff. si 'Q' , xXx 4 ! gt Q L. 1, 5 is if ., Q 90' Q 5 E' S4 I' 5? in 191: xeqsgl, 5 gig? ff? . T ,Tk 1 'rzztir we :FH ati ,V ,af H mecomin Queen Kathy H 9 CHARLENE SARGISSON Princess Homecoming MERILYN STARK Princess Court KAREN KIRKMAN Princess Nw ls BARBARA KNIGHT Princess Circle K Sweetheart MISS CAR llilh Q E ' f-'fini -if Sweetheart? 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J"3f 'f"gfQ F fir: '..:-. ff, A, '-,r 'rf-:Maia-f M: 2 .. ..,4 "-' -A-psy ,,,, ,w,s: V .. .M 3. 1 ., . ,, ,. 5.5, . ,f his 'IQ'-'D wif!! M. -FK , .ik M x b"ELi,ef7L I1 9' FW? fm' H tw' , 1-' nf W ,.+4,,N rr Wren, -QW, ,., WW. .QM , Q vw, 'of P .- V N 'N " gf . f Q 6, N .v 3 - J' I ' . 5.44m f 5235 i g 1. ,gig k ii , 'mx f - ' f . i L Aff , . f. in rlishi 'L - Claire! Seniors HUGH F RIBERG President Council, Seated: janet Porteriield, Treasurerg Linda Halter, Secretary. Stamling: Miss Eula Tombaugh, Advisorg Dave Larkin, Vice-Prcsidentg Dennis Wilde, Student Council Representative. Mr. Harold Curl, 82 Advisor. DONNA ACKERMAN PORTLAND, OREGON Athenian Home Economics Transfer, Portland State Collegeg Pi Omicrong Young KENT ANDERSON Democrats, Vice-Presidentg Society Play. OAKLAND' CALIFORNIA Atheman Religion Transfer, Pasadena College Sociology Club, KAREN BAILEY HILLSBORO, OREGON A.D.P. Sociology Vice-Presidentg Musi Ensemble. c Clubg String BERNARD BALDWIN NAMPA, IDAHO Spartan Elementary Education S.N.E.A. FRANK BALLARD NAMPA, IDAHO Athenian Divisional: Chemistry and Zoology Transfer Southern Oregon Collegeg Student Medical Associationg General Missionary Society, Vice-Pres- identg F.B.L.A.g Zeta Kappa Rho. BEVERLY BEEM JEROME, IDAHO A.D.P. Erlncaiion F.B.L.A.g S.N.E.A.g W.M.B.g A.D.P. Council. PAUL BARBER EUGENE, OREGON Spartan Religion Freshman Class Presidentg Junior Class Presidentg Chapman Hall Dorm Councilg C.M.A., Vice-Pres- identg Young Republicans, Treasurerg C.W.B., Coun- cilg Junior Varsity Basketballg Spartan Society Pres- ident. CATHRYN BELL ARCO, IDAHO L.S.P. Elementary Education EVELYN SANNER BENNETT NAMPA, IDAHO S.L.A. English Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Society Plays, Best Actress Awardg Zeta Kappa Rhog Editor: Keys to the Campusg A.W.S. Council, Scriblerus, Vice-Presidentg S.N.E.A.g Northwestern- ers-Tour of the Orientg Crusader Choirg Treble Choir. DAVE BON ROY, UTAH Spartan Sociology and Religion Wh0's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Sociology Club, Presidentg G.M.S., Councilg C.W.B., Councilg Spartan Society Councilg Chapman Hall Chaplaing Crusaclerg MN" Clubg Varsity Track and Track Managerg C.M.A. MERRI BEYMER EUGENE, OREGON S.L.A. Elementary Education ERMA BORT NAMPA, IDAHO Nursing Zeta Kappa Rhog Marshall Science Clubg S.N.E.A KATHY BUNN DAYTON, OREGON Spartan Business A.S.B. Trensurerg XVho's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Homecoming Queeng Sophomore Class Secretaryg junior Class Treasurerg Dorm Coun- cilg Society Councilg F.B.L.A., Treasurerg G.N.G.g Young Republicansg Model U.N. Delegate. JOYCE CHANDLER MERIDIAN, IDAHO Athenian Nursing MARVIN CARLSON KIOWA, COLORADO Olympian Religious Educafion C.M.A. BETTY CLACK Coos BAY, OREGON Athenian Elcflzcnfary Erlncuiion S.N.E.A.g F.B.L.A.g C.W.B GEORGE COCHRANE CALDWELL, IDAHO Spartan Bzlxiiiess and Economics International Relations Club, President, Vice-Pres- identg F.B.L.A.g College Band. GLENN COOK NAMPA, IDAHO Religion C.M.A.g Sociology Clubg Young Democrats. DAVE CONNER NAMPA, IDAHO Spartan Religious Education C.W.B.g C.M.A.g Men's Glee Clubg Dorm Head Resident. DICK CUTSHALL TWIN FALLS, IDAHO S.L.A. Sociology F.B.L.A.g Sociology Clubg Society Councilg UN' Clubg Varsity Baseball. 3 SYLVIA DAMON HERMET, CALIFORNIA A.D.P. H ome Economics Zeta Kappa Rho, Secretaryg C.W.B., Secretaryg Pi Omicrong S.N.E.A.g A.W.S. Councilg Society Coun- cilg Crusader Choirg Treble Choirg Concert Bandg Pep Band. CAROLYN DAVIS ST. JOHN, WASHINGTON S.L.A. English Ski Club, Secretary-treasurerg Society Playg C.W.B., Councilg S.N.E.A.g K.R.O.K.g Tennis Team. ANGELA DAUTERMANN MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA Athenian Applicn' Music' First Place: Idaho State Music Composition Contestg C.W.B.g W.M.B., Secretary-Treasurerg Young Rc- publicansg C.M.A.g F.B.L.A.g Treble Choirg Crusader Choirg Traveling Quartet, Collegiansg Music Club. VERNON DENNIS CALDWELL, IDAHO Olympian Business DAWN MILLS DOORN NAMPA, IDAHO Athenian Home Economics Pi Omicrong Music Clubg S.N.E.A.g Treble Choir. PAUL ENNS TOUTLE, WASHINGTON L.S.P. Religion F.M.B., Councilg G.M.S., Vice-Presidentg C.M.A., Vice-Presidentg C.W.B.g Circle Kg K.R.O.Kg Chap- man Hall, President, Treasurerg Men's Glee Clubg Crusader Choirg Pep Banclg Concert Band. KATHY DURHEIM TROY, IDAHO S.L.A. Elementary Education S.N.E.A., C.W.B.g Treble Choir. DENNIS ELLIS NAMPA, IDAHO Athenian Divisional: Language ana' Literainre Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Society Council, Playsg Music Clubg Pi Kappa Delta String Ensembleg Men's Glee Clubg Concert Band. TILLIE FILLMORE JEAN FLOWERS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON OCEAN LAKE, OREGON S.L.A. S-L-A- Elemcntary Education BMSi1'l6SS Edufafion S.N.E.A. F.B.L.A., Councilg S.N.E.A.g Society Councilg KAY FRANKLIN ZILLAH, WASHINGTON Olympian Home Economics Pi Omicron, Councilg S.N.E.A. W.M.B.g C.W.B.g Crusaderg Dorm Council, Vice- Presidentg Treble Choir. HUGH FRIBERG BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON A.D.P. Mathematics and Natural Science Who,s Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Senior Class Presidentg Junior Class Councilg Fresh- man Class Vice-Presidentg C.W.B., President, Vice- Presidentg W.M.B., Presidentg Marshall Science Club, Secretary-Treasurerg Student Medical Association, Presidentg Circle K, Vice-Presidentg Men's Club Councilg Mangum House Vice-Presidentg Oxford Hall Councilg Society Councilg Men's Glee Club. EUGENE FURUYAMA DON GIBBENS NAMPA, IDAHO SEATTLE, WASHINGTON S.L.A. S.L.A. Mathematics Religion and Philosophy Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Zeta Kappa Rhog K-KO-K-3 G-M-S C0U11Cil5 Pi Junior Marshall, Students Chemistry Award, Zeta Kappa Delta, Councilg C.W.B., Councilg W.M.B.g Kappa Rho, President, Marshall Science Clubg C.M.A.g Chapman Hall Council, Concert Band. Sociology Club, President. LINDA HAGEMEIER ZILLAH, WASHINGTON Athenian ROSETTA GROVER Elementary Education RANDLE,WASHINGTON Transfer, Yakima Valley Collegeg Society Council Elementary Education Dooley Dorm Councilg S.N.E.A. LINDA HALTER PORTLAND, OREGON L.S.P. English Zeta Kappa Rhog Senior Class Secrctaryg Society Councilg Oasis Staffg Scriblerusg Dorm Council. GLENN HANCOCK O,FALLON, ILLINOIS Spartan Secondary Eflucafion S.N.E.A.g UN" Clubg Basketballg Baseball. S.N.E.A.g MARILYN HILLER ANOKA, MINNESOTA Spartan Elementmfy Education S.N.E.A. LEWAYNE HOFFMAN EMMETT, IDAHO L.S.P. Music Education Music Clubg Men's Glee Clubg Choir 5 Band. Crusader RUTH HOK OM NAMPA, IDAHO Spartan Elementary Education S.N.E.A. JAMES HUDSON SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND History Graduated from British Isles Nazarene Collegeg Grad- uate Nazarene Theological Seminaryg C.M.A,g Society Plays. BEULAH JAHN GRAND ROND, OREGON Elementary Education S.N.E.A.g Treble Choirg Crusader. LYDIA JENNINGS BETHANY, OKLAHOMA S.L.A. English Transfer from Canadian Nazarene Collegeg A.W.S Councilg Dorm Councilg Society Councilg S.N.E.A., Scriblerus. MARVIN KARNS MARLENE THIEL KEENE MERIDIAN, IDAHO MERIDIAN, IDAHO Spartan S.L.A. English English S.N.E.A.g Topic of the Month Committeeg Scriblerus. Sociology Clubg S.N.E.A.g C.W.B.g Shepherdess Club, Secretaryg Women's Judiciary Boardg Scrib- lerusg Crusader Staffg Head Resident. JANELL KEOPPEL PASADENA, CALIFORNIA Olympian English BILL KOOMAN Whols Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg RED DEER, ALBERTA, CANADA Junior Class Vice-Presidentg Scriblerusg C.W.B., A.D.P. Vice-Presidentg S.N.E.A.g Crusader Staifg Oasis Secondary Education Staff. S.N.E.A.g Varsity Track. JEANNE KRATZER DAVE LARKIN YAKIMA, WASHINGTON SALEM, OREGON A.D.P. S.L.A. Elementary Education Physics S.N.E.A.5 Society Council. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Senior Class Vice-Presidentg Sr. Class Student Coun- cil Representativeg K.R.O.K.g Crusader Staffg Men's Club Councilg Chairman, Topic of the Month Com- mitteeg Society Presidentg Dorm Council, Vice- Presidentg Society play. MICHAEL LEE KENT, WASHINGTON KENNETH LIGHT Athenian ANNVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Elementary Education Olympian Ski Clubg Society playg Men's Glee Clubg Madrigalsg Sociology Brass Ensembleg S.N.E.A. Transfer Elizabethtown Collegeg Sociology Club. WILLIAM LEWIS NAMPA, IDAHO Olympian Religion JUDY LYDICK CALDWELL, IDAHO Spartan Elementary Education S.N.E.A. MARGARET LUCHSINGER MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA Spartan English Music Club, Scriblerusg F.M.B.g Society Council, Treble Choir, Crusader Choirg Madrigal, "North- westernersf' Tour of the Orient, Topic of the Month Committee. JOE MASH HOOD RIVER, OREGON Spartan History Sophomore Class President, C.W.B.g S.N.E.A.g Circle K, President, Councilg Society Council, Young Democrats, Men's Club, Council, Pi Kappa Delta, Debateg Model U.N. Delegate, Men's Glee Club, Presiclentg Crusader Choir. SHIRLEY MIDDLETON PASADENA, CALIFORNIA A.D.P. Elmncntary Eflncazfion Transfer, Pasadena College, C.W.B., Secretary, G.M.S., Treasurer, S.N.E.A.g W.M.B.g Music Club, Young Republicans, Dorm Council, Society Council, Society plays. JIM MONROE ROSEVILLE, CALIFORNIA A.D.P. Engineering Physics Marshall Science Club, Vice-Presidcntg American In- stitute of Physics, President, Society Council. HENRY MILLER UNION, OREGON Olympian English Scriblerus Club, S.N.E.A. MARILYN MONTGOMERY NEW ROCKFORIJ, NORTH DAKOTA Spartan Scc0na'ary Edzzcation F.B.L.A.g C.W.B.g W.M.I3.g G.N.G., Council, Dorm President, Vice-President, Interdorm Councilg WOI11CH'S judicial Bonrdg Society Council, Intra- mural Director. CHARLENE MOORE NAMPA, IDAHO L.S.P. English Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg VERNA MORAN Wanda Rhodes Tennis Awardg Oasis Editorg KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON S.N.E.A.g G.N.G., Councilg W.M.B., Councilg L.S.P. A Scriblerusg Treble Choirg Varsity Tennisg Society Home Efonomlfs Council, Vice-President, Pi Omicron, Vice-Presidentg S.N.E.A. EILENE MOREHEAD BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA A.D.P. Elemenfary Education 98 NEWELL MORGAN ROSEBURG, OREGON A.D.P. English Ski Club, Presidentg Circle Kg S.N.E.A.g "N" Club Men's Glee Clubg Varsity Tennis. KATHY MOSTELLER CAMPINAS, BRAZIL, soUTH AMERICA S.L.A. Elementary Education PAM MORROW Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg BREMERTONQ WASHINGTON A.S.B. lst Vice-Presiclentg Homecoming Queeng SPaff3n Sweetheart Courtg G.N.G.g Dorm Council, President, E1mHnfdfyEdHfdff0n Vice-Presidentg A.W.S. Councilg Freshman Class Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Secretaryg S.N.E.A', Secretary? G.M'S., Secretary? Homecomilfg Princess? Zeta .KZIPPP1 Rho? S'N'E'A'v W.M.B., Council, Presiclentg Music Clubg Young Council? A-W-5-I Counclli Crusader Choir- Republicansg Society Councilg Treble Choir. I DEAN MYERS MARJORIE NASON RICHLAND, WASHINGTON REDDING, CALIFORNIA Olympian S.L.A. Business Music Education Men's Board of judicial Revicwg Ski Clubg F.B.L.A.g S.N.E.A.g Music Clubg C.W.B.g Concert Bandg Society Councilg Dorm Councils. Treble Choir. 99 JUANITA NELSON JACK PACE l BOISE, IDAHO NAMPA, IDAHO l Olympian Athenian N Nursing Business Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Oasis Business Managerg F.B.L.A.g Music Club, Presidentg Society Councilg Crusader Traveling Quartetg Concert Bandg Brass Choirg Instrumental Ensembleg Menis Glee Clubg Crusader Choirg Pep Band Director. LELAND PERSHALL NEWPORT, OREGON JO ANNE PATNODE Athenian WHITE SWAN, WASHINGTON Elementary Education Athenian College Concert Bandg S.N.E.A.g Young Republi- Elementary Education cans, Councilg Society Council, Presidentg Society Transfer, Yakima Valley Collegeg C.W.B.g S.N.E.A. Playsg Bragg Ensemble, JANET PORTERFIELD LOIS POSTLEWAIT NAMPA, IDAHO KANSAS CITY, KANSAS Spartan Athenian Elementary Education Home Economics Zeta Kappa Rhog Senior Class Treasurerg S.N.E.A., Transfer Central Collegeg Pi Omicron Vice-President. MARLOW' POUNDS MYRTLE POINT, OREGON PEGGY POTEET Spartan NAMPA, IDAHO Social Science and Math Olympian S.N.E.A.g Scriblerusg Ski Clubg Society Council, English Presidentg Dorm Councilg Crusader Staffg Oasis Transfer, Pasadena Collegeg S.N.E.A.g Ski Clubg Staffg K.R.O.K.g Men's Glee Clubg Brass Ensembleg Faculty Femmes. Concert Bandg Pep Band. SYLVIA SEAMAN RAINE LEILA RALPHS NAMPA, IDAHO NAMPA, IDAHO Athenian Olympian Elemenfufy Education Elementary Education Sweetheart COUITQ S.N.E.A.Q C0uI1Cll. Transfer, Cascade Collegeg JIM RANDOL NOREEN RATHJEN NAMPA, IDAHO KIRKLAND, WASHINGTON L.S.P. L.S.P. Pre Medical Business C.W.B.g Student Medical Associationg Marshall Sweetheart Courtg F.B.L.A., Council, President Science Club, Presidentg C.M.A. S.N.E.A., Council. JON REMY JUDIE ROBERTS SALEM, OREGON NAMPA, IDAHO Athenian Athenian Biological Science Elementary Education Marshall Science Club. S.N.E.A.g Treble Choirg Crusader Choir. MARVIS ROBLEY LOUISE RODEEN MITCHELL, sOUTH DAKOTA COLFAX, WASHINGTON Athenian S.L.A. Sociology Elementary Education C.W.B., Vice-Presidentg Dorm Council. W.M.B.g S.N.E.A.g Dorm Councilg C.W.B PAUL ROGERS REDDING, CALIFORNIA S.L.A. Hisiory C.M.A.g C.W.B.g Young Democrats, MYRNA ROSE SPRINGDALE, WASHINGTON Athenian E1C'Illf'Ilf!lI'y Education Transfer, Lower Columbia Collegeg C.W.B.g W.M.B. Council. S.N.E.A.g WILFRED ROSS Moscow, IDAHO Athenian Social Science Sociology Clubg MCn,S Glee Clubg Crusader Choir. MARK RUDEEN RIVAS, NICARAGUA Olympian Religion Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg A.S.B. Presidentg Sophomore Class Councilg Nazarene Evangelistic Ambassadorsg Dorm Councilg Society Councilg C.W.B., Presidentg W'.M.B., Presidentg C.M.A.g K.R.O.K.g Men's Glee Clubg Crusader Choirg Chapman Hall Outstanding Resident. Transfer fro JOAN SMILEY YAKIMA, WASHINGTON S.L.A. Elementary Education S.N.E.A. IRENE SMITH LONGVIEW, WASHINGTON Spartan Elementary Education m Lower Columbia Collegeg S.N.E.A.g Dorm Council. Ski Clubg KAREN SAUNDERS PARMA, IDAHO L.S.P. Elementary Education C.W.B.g C.M.A.g S.N.E.A. Councilg Dorm Councilg Treble Choirg Crusader Choir, Secretary. MARILYN SHEPARD MEDFORD, OREGON Athenian Elementary Education Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Oregon Award, American Federation of Music Teachersg S.N.E.A.g C.W.B.g Music Clubg Dorm Councilg Society Councilg Treble Choirg Crusader Choirg Northwesternersg Bandg Pep Band. RALPH SOWARD MARVIN STALLCOP MADRAS, OREGON HAVRE, MONTANA Religion Olympian C.W.B.g C.M.A., President. Music' Education S.N.E.A.g C.W.B.g Menls Glee Club GORDON STANDS JERRY STONE BOISE, IDAHO Bolsa, IDAHO A.D.P. A.D.P. Elementary Education A.B. Religion Whittier College transferg S.N.E.A.g Ski Club. C.M.A.g "N"Clubg Track. BETHEL TAYLOR KATHY THOMAS SLAMP GREENLEAF, IDAHO SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA A.D.P. A.D.P. English Elementary Education Scriblerusg Society Plays. Who's Whog A.W.S. Presidentg Dorm Council, Society Councilg Treble Choirg Crusader Choirg S.N.E.A. GLENN THOMPSON DARRELL TIDWELL RICHLAND, WASHINGTON POMEROY, WASHINGTON L.S.P. S.L.A. Mathematics Mathematics N" Club, Vice-Presidentg Baseballg Basketball. Best Actor Awardg C.M.A.g S.N.E.A.g Society Play LADONNA TILLOTSON NAMPA, IDAHO S.L.A. Divisional: Social Science Society Councilg G.M.S., Program Chairmang Ski Clubg S.N.E.A.g Society Plays. TONY TRAUTWEIN RED DEER, ALBERTA, CANADA Olympian Business Administration Society Play. KEN TIPPITT NAMPA, IDAHO Spartan Maibcnzaiics Circle Kg Society Prcsidentg S.N.E.A.g C.W.B.g Men's Glee Clubg Crusader Choirg Viking Quartet. HOWARD TU KOWLOON, HONG KONG, CHINA S.L.A. Mathematics Marshall Science Club. EVELYN WALKER MYRTLE CREEK, OREGON A.D.P. Language and Literature Scriblerusg S.N.E.A.g Society Councilg K.R.O.K. DORIS WESTMARK HERMISTON, OREGON Athenian Elementary Education S.N.E.A.g C.M.A., Councilg C.W.B.g F.M.B.g Oasisg Treble Choirg Crusader Choir. KATHI WATSON EUGENE, OREGON L.S.P. Elementary Eftucation Oasis Staff, Assistant Eclitorg S.N.E.A.g Music Club Society Councilg Dorm Councilg Crusader Choir Summer Traveling Group. TERRY WESTMARK NAMPA, IDAHO Athenian Business Oasisg F.B.L.A. l 4 LINDA KIRBY WHEELER NAMPA, IDAHO L.S.P. English Zeta Kappa Rhog Freshman Class Treasurerg Society Councilg Scriblerusg Topic of the Month Committeeg Dorm Council. STELLA WHITE YAKIMA, WASHINGTON Athenian Elezllefzfary Er1'1zcafi0n C.M.A., Councilg F.M.B., Councilg C.W.B., Vice- Presidentg S.N.E.A.g Dorm Council. 110 CHUCK WIKSTROM KINGSLEY, IOWA A.D.P. English Society Council, Presidentg S.N.E.A.g "N" Club Secretary-Treasurer, Presidentg Varsity Baseball Varsity Basketball. JIMMY WILLIAMS ATHENS, TENNESSEE Olympian Religious Education RON WILLIAMS WALTERVILLE, OREGON S.L.A. Biological Science Marshall Scicncc Clubg S.N.E.A.g K.R.O.K.g F.B.L.A. DON WILLIS PORTLAND, OREGON Athenian Divisional: Mathematics and Science Zeta Kappa Rhog Scriblerusg Student Medical As- sociation, Vice-Presidentg Circle Kg Society Presidentg Crusader Staffg Freshman Class Vice-Presidentg Dorm Council. JO ANN WILLIAMS WILLIS PORTLAND, OREGON Athenian Home Economics Cheerleaderg S.N.E.A.g Society Councilg cron, Presidentg Dorm Council. STANLEY WILSON WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON A.D.P. History Marshall Science. Pi Omi 111 OLIVIA WOOLERY RUTH YANCEY NAMPA, IDAHO NORWALK, CALIFORNIA Elementary Education Spartan Transfer from College of Idahog S.N.E.A. Biological Science C.W.B.g C.M.A.g Shepherdess Club, Secretary-Trea- surer. CAROLYN YOUNGER NAMPA, IDAHO S.L.A. Elclizenfary Educaiion Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities S.N.E.A., Presidentg A.W.S., Presidentg Society Coun- cilg Dorm Councilg Crusader Choirg Summer Travel- ing Group, The Ambassadors. LOWELL ROWLEY MERIDIAN, IDAHO S.L.A. Business Administration Transfer, Boise Junior Collegeg Men,s Glee ABRAHAM ESPADA LESTER PINNER EDISON, NEW JERSEY PONTIAC, MICHIGAN L.S.P. L.S.P. Religious Education Religion "N" Clubg Music Clubg C.M.A.g C.W.B.g F.M.B.g C.M.A.g C.W.B. Young Republicansg Society Councilg Dorm Councilg K.R.O.K.g Men's Gleeg Crusader Choirg Concert Bandg Pep Bandg Varsity Track. HERB YAMINISHI MONTEREY PARK, CALIFORNIA L.S.P. Sociology Sociology Clubg "N" Clubg Society Playg Varsity Baseball. on-Graduating Seniors Jon Belisle Earl Fairbanks Carl Johnson George Larsen Dennis Wilde Dave Carpenter Stanley Funk Floyd Kinzler Marcia Pederson Donna Bacon Steve Cox James Heckathorn Naomi Klein Duane Schoenborn Jean Corlett Larry Edgerton Alice Ingram Linda Kuch Aleta Soward Patty Van Order Through the Keyhole Oh to be an N Club initiate! Garry Matlock puts a good shine on Chuck Wikstrom's .shoes while other club members supervise. What does our President look like on a hunting trip? Like any hunter. Just like any hunter he is proud of his trophy. Are those the latest in fighting togs? The soldiers for Macbeth take a breather. Ministerial Certificate TOM HOLLOWAY LARRY PECK Second Term Students Burton Bowen Suzanne Chadwick Albert Haynes jay Hiner Mel Leif Russell Medaris Edith Payne Shirlene Pullins Howard Wright Neil Webster 'P+ Judy Crandell Velma Craker Vernon Gibson Mike Jobbins Darrell Kellum Margaret Kjonaas Linda Markus Sally Moore Gordon Patterson Dave Shove Rod Tegethoff Larry Tomlinson Councilg Row one: Lona Ellis, Tre-asurerg Hannah Lindbloom, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Mar- vin Bloomquist, Advisor. Row Iwo: Miss Geneva Baxter, Advisorg Connie Whittet, Secretaryg Tony Kupinski, Student Council Representativeg Paul Taylor, Chaplain. Juniors DAVE RAINE President Slmrlcne Anders Gary Angell Rona Armitage Richard Barton Brad Basham Mike Blcwett Doug Bollcs jolm Bornar Bill Booth Betty Brooks Sandra Burns Linda Busick Ron Butchart Ken Carter Marilyn Cavin .f fi f? 4 n , A .- ,' ,f-,7 ,, Q' M Yqffgfa '7 1 . -'AM ,fiif0'77frfL 04? .-1: ,f 4 X C K .!'f4J'1 , I , 4 ' ff4l4cA V :jd'Zf12f4fZ1'zfl-9 Lf M4 ,ffl-X V! asf? fd 7542 Comfy, Kent? N. 3 iiQiQg, ,ir J-. A . W , K , W. Q. ,Ts A. at ,-' Gary Coulter Lavonu Cox Ronald Daly Fred Dautcrmann Gary Bellamy Pearl Buker Steve Clark Dan Berg Gary Burkholder Dwight Collins of john Davidson Dcvota Dodson janet Easley Lona Ellis Ed Ellyson Kay Engleking Dave Ewing 'V .Qu if S. 1 rv' 595' "3 "" ir? Alma Ferguson Betty Jean Finn Dennis Forrester Marjory Forrester Bonita Freeman Kathy Fritz Tim Fuller Mel Gammond Anna Geary Glen Geist Phil Gibbens Lynn Goin Janet Graham Jerry Gray Ralph Griflin David Griffith La Verne Guches Lloyd Hiankins Paulette Hansen Larry Harrington Le Roy Harshaw 'iYou see-it's Ibis way, John!" explains 'Q master of ceremonies Gary Coulter to K john Williamson at the junior class party held in Lakeview Park. ,aa n,. "" ff' an i' 22" Irene Hays Tom Hendrickson Sandra Herrick Sue Hoffman Ken Huber Ron Hunter Ruby Hunter John Hydorn Verna Issac Lyle Jackson Lois Jackson Gary Jasper james johnson Marilyn Johnson Ron Johnson Roy Karnes David Keplaart Janice Kinsch George Knapp Marvin Kronberg Tony Kupinski Ron Lancaster Elizabeth Landis David Lawrence Fayrine Lawson Merton Lawson Helen Leif Linda Lester Harvey Lewis Hannah Lindbloom Larry Locbcr Paul McConncl Catherine McKay Emmcnt Maine Dan Lumley X- 5 Food, fun and sometimes studying--faculty and students can always be found in the "Bean." fi? Nancy Mapes Bill Markos Garry Matlock John Merritt w-M, Du-:mc Meske Linda Michael Alvin Miller Bob Miller Virginia Miller Carol Millsap Joyce Mittelstaedt Rod Nutting G d Morehead Mildred Morris john Mowcry Mary Nelson Ralph Nichols Bonnalic Mochlmann Gary Moore or on . ' Wallace Nyc Jerilyn Palmer Bob Parsons Elwin Paulson Ivan Phelps Christine Ponce Dan Quick Dave Raine Nina Rayborn Roger Rcdigcr Ruth Runnick Clinton Repp Vcldon Price Humor and relaxation were the mood of thc senior class lmyride last fall. fix In to K! Del Rimbey Wayne Robbins Nancy Rodda Billie Salisbury Karyn Santo Charlene Snrgisson Shirley Schell Douglas Schmidt Merlin Schwanz Marlcnc Schweizer Shirlee Seward fio- 5..- 's. M turecn Simms ack Sine Gordon Six David Slamp .vw I1 fb-v ang., Z? Clarence Schafer Mark Shaw Carolyn Shuck Donna Smith Quentin Smith Zclma Smith Don Sperry Merilyn Stark Tom Stceves Steve Johnson finds an afternoon nap more profitable than th-at collateral reading. few'-v E-AY Nh. is lbw 1. .Q 1 15-. 40:3 wr- V' Charles Stevens Sumnne Stevens Gloria Stiulxel Dave Stiegelmcyer Ruth Stiehl Chuck Taylor Paul Taylor Din Vnnderpool Steve Whilden tlim XXf7C'L1fl1CI'bY Revella Webb Miriam Welch Oscar XViek Terrell Xvillllllllii John XX'illinmson Gary XVindon Gary Wintrode Don Wcicnlery Bob XY'orthen llxelyn Young john Cogtlill Barbara Phillips Linda Wood Duane Urkney you-av' Nancy Taylor Connie Whittet Cliff Woolery PAUL WARDLAW President Sophomore Council: Smtedg Kay Wordsworth, Chaplaing Carol Thompson, Secretaryg Carole Strayer, Treasurer. Stunzlingg Keith Kirkeide, Student Council Representativeg Terry Armstrong, Vice-Presidentg Milton Dean, Advisorg Dr. Chester Galloway, Advisor. Judy Adkins Marjorie Angier Terry Armstrong Virginia Arndts Glen Arneson John Arnold Marolyn Ax Ellen Babb Leona Babb jim Baker Gary Bartlow Richard Bean Ken Benedick John Bergren Steve Betz Linda Bickle Evangeline Bolton Larry Bottemiller Wendell Bowes Amelia Braddock Lorraine Bramson Pat Buffett 'Qu -.U K Keith Burks Martin Buss Barbara Cantrell jack Carlson Martha Carpenter Dennis Carter Laura Clark Tom Clark Sharon Clark Judy Cooper La Rose Curtis Phyllis Daniels Emitting tones of delicate rapture, Steve McKenna and Kent Anderson performed the Slitherlydee at the Frosh.-Soph. party. Kathy Ellis Janet Engles Nelson Enns Biff Eshelman Bob Danker Betty Dcakins Sally Deering Fern Denney Jeanette Denney Sue Dibble Lynn Durgan Larry Durheim Karen Dykstra Lana Essley Gary Evans Dennis Falk 'Y' W Steve Fletcher Linda Foster Dave Fraley Carolita Freeman Harlan Friescn Jim Gacey Nancy Gartin T-amara Gates Terry Gilbert Laura Gilmore Denver Glenn Loren Graham Margaret Gurhcridge Ron Hays Nancy Hilliard Stan Holton 5:53 Agnes Harrell Kathy Heriford Mark Hinds Carolyn Horner Don Hougland Elden Housinger Carolyn Hours Roger Huff Larry Jacobs jim Jagger james Johnson Leif Johnson Steve Johnson Dean jorden Cynthia Kelley Karen Kent Ann Kiemel Jan Kiemel Keith Kirkheide Sharon Hartley Lloyd Hickerson Jim Holiday Don Horton 127 'ibn R' Qu... Karen Kirkman Gayle Lee George Leppert Michael Litsey Frank Loehner Helen Louie Lila Ludahl Marilyn Mahler Darwin Manship Ralph Marchbanks Gerry Marsh Rosemary Midby '45 Bev Minion Jewell Morgan Allen Morse Marilyn Muth Ivor Newsham Chelsee Nunn Marilyn Oldenburg Linda Oldenkamp Jacque Olson Margaret Olson Don Orner Esther Owuor Janet Pace Bob Pasa Arthur Payne Carol Perkins Qi wfflf l Leona Powers Melvin Pugh Carol Rawson Ronald Richmond Glen Rimbey Stan Roberts Charles Robinson Dorothy Rogers Lo Ann Rudeen Edwin Salisbury Dennis Sams Harold Sanner Marcia Schatz Kathy Schoenfeldt Dean Scott Willa Seaman Virgil Seward Carolyn Shawen Marilyn Shawen Jim Shields Virginia Smith Rose Marie Smock Marilyn Sperry joan Sporledcr Sonja Stciber Carol Strayer Bob Thompson Janet Walker Dick Smith Carolyn Sparks Richard Stanton Carol Thompson Paul Wardlaw X ea y az: x K 40. uv.. VI! Alice Weschc Marilyn White Charles Witte Linda Wood Kay Wordsworth Donna Wright XX'ayne Young Gaylcnc Rae Weaver '77 Charlotte Whitney Larry Woolery Doris Young 129 Freshmen RODNEY BELL President Council, Seated: Judy Frye, Secretaryg Gary Tippitt, Vice-President. Standing: Mr. Earl Owens, Aclvisorg Everett Schmelzenbach, Treasurerg Doug Armitage, Chaplaing Harold Perkins, Student Council Representative. Kathy Alexander Carol Alyea Darlene Anderson Richard Anderson Sharon Areehuk Dave Armitage Doug Armitage Gary Ayletc Wyla Barney Shirley Bartholomew Howard Bartlow Johanna Baskin Wayne Beckwith Ronald Beebe Nancy Beeson Elaine Behr Rodney Bell Dixie Bellamy Lindia Bellamy Lynda Bemis Russell Bennett Arlene Benson Bernie Besherse Forrest Beymer Excitement and apprehension were portrayed in the faces of Gail Dod- son and Dawn Gaunrt as they pre- pared to register for N.N.C.'s new three-term year. s-in .ar Alan Bingenheimer Louise Birks Teddie Bleese Phillip Boughton Ken Bozarth Jerry Braatz 132 Ar n Q ir.:- Dennis Blanton Don Bowers W'illi'am Braatz Melvin Brandt Janie Brassficld Barbara Brewer Fred Brown Carol Bueholz Andy Bull Dianne Bundy john Burnett Witll typical dynamic rhythm, the "Beatles" appeared at the Frosla-Sopll class party with their "Rolling Stones." Richard Burns Judy Burns Paul Caba Don Canonge Floyd Campbell lflnine Carlson John Carlson Dianne Carmichael Donna Carrier Dennis Cartwright Connie Case Edward Castledine Marguerite Chase Colleen Chenoweth Ray Chenoweth Karen Childers Willa Christie Alice Conner Rex Crumrine Terry Cummings Loren Cummons Sandra Dains Marilyn Dallmann Nancy Dane Janet Daniels Jim Danker Beverly Davidson Connie Davis Dorothea Davis Bob Deakins Renee DeBoW Dwight Delp Eugene DeWeese Gail Dodson Lcla Dodson Cheryl Draper What class requires the Pos! for a text, Bruce? L Gs Linda Dunham Diane Dykstra Stephen Ellis Nancy Farmer Charles Flowers Frank Fousr Steve Fowler Delbert Llwood Karen Evans Beverly Falloon Diane Fradcnburgh Greg Fraser Carolyn Frazier Judi Frye Ellen Ganski Marilyn Garlic Dawn Gauntt David Gebhardr Connie Gibson Ron Gobbi Cheryl Goin Sidney Goodwin Brenda Gregory jerry Griffith Sandra Griffith Ron Groom Garry Genderson Jean Gurley Susan Hagman James Hancock Donna Hanson 654-4. Dan Harman Elaine Heinold Lois Henderson Sandra Hobson Paul Holcomb Ronald Holman Tamara Hosford Beverly Hoskinson Earl Howard "But skullcaps are the newest rage!' insists Paul Wardlaw as he adjusts the beanie of freshman Bob 134 McDonald. Louis Henry Jane Herre Diane Higgins Pamela Hills eb L f ' '....., Nothing cheers the homesick freshman like a Daryl Johnson flyrle Jorgenson Sandra Kahl Alma Keen Lowell Keene Phillip Kent Peggy Keoppel Danny Kephart package from home. Joyce Kertlehur Ed Howard Adele Huebner Audra Huff Gladys Huffman Ed Hughes Lasita Hulcy Peggy Hur: Judy Hydorn Gernet Iverson Margaret Jack Judy Jacob Shirley James Gary Jensen Alejandro Jimenez Michael Jones Roy Jones Bonnie Kerns Karen Ketterling Robert Kincaid Judy Kitzmillcr Nancy Klicwer Richard Kliewer Aaron Knapp Paula Landon Wayne Light Dennis Loeber Ron Loeber Eugene Lubiens Nancy Ann Lyons Eleanor McArthur Janet McCabe Marrianne McC,affree Patrick McConnel Judith McConnell Robert McDonald Glenda McKinney Karen Magnuson Ron Mahler Charlene Martin Judy Martin Carol Martinson Janice Mason Barbara Knight Lee Koller Clyde Komp Diana Krahn Lucille Lamb Robert Lamm Maxeen Lane Dan Larkin Ernest Larson Gary Lawhead Paulette Lawson John Lewis Roane Maurice Harold May Bonnie Mendenhall Corinne Merkel Diann Miller Tom Miller Norris Misemer Gary Mittelstaedt Loon Muffett Roy Mullen Abijah Murphy Ronald Music 'U' e ,vu Richard Nine Dean Nafziger Stephanie Nichols Larry Olmsted Carol Olsen Ruth Ann Olson Corringa Owen Linda Paine Gary Parnell Ruth Patterson Everett Paul Chiarles Randolph Franida Rardin Janet Rawc George Reed James Reed Joseph Reichmuth Steven Reisdorph Sharon Remington Ronald Richard Phyllis Rider Patricia Olson LaVerne Pace Jennie Parsons Shirley Peck Harold Perkins Janet Peterson Ardean Pettit Sandra Phelps Lyle Pointer Glen Pol Kathy Potter Norma Powell Sandra Powell Larry Pringle Gwen Qualls iq ...rf-Q Q- elk sf-""""' l""""fq WXA 'li' Sally Robertson Cheri Robinson Dianna Rogers ' Janice Rose Glen Rowland Elaine Royce Karen Russell LeMoyne Schafer Marilyn Schmidt Orval Schmidt Paul Schultz Meridcth Selby Eileen Selby Lad Shinn Laura Shires Darrell Sibert Donald Simmons Roberta Six Harold Smith Rachelle Smith x Ray Smith Rodney Smith Dana Snell Carol Sornson Larry Stauffer Stan Stu-ner Richard Stevens Howie Steward Cheryl Stewart Donna Stewart Donald Stoughton Gordon Stringer Bill Shi,-Q5 Chester Suiter Wesley Sullivan David Sutherland Claudia Tannehill Linda Taylor Terry Taylor Paul Tggch sf T 'Nu' ips.,- T7 Denise TeSelle Wayne Thiel Anita Thiessen Nancy Thomas Larry Wandling Richard Ward Terry Thompson Deems Thulin Gary Tippitt Sharon Todd Virginia Tomlinson Dale Tompkins JoAnn Tracy Ann Russell Marie Turner LeRoy VanderOeuer Beth Waite Joni Walker Dress rehearsal for Macbeth finds Cor- rine making sure Ron is on stage at the proper time. Robert Warren Keith Welch Emil Westbrook Calvin Wheeler Bruce Whiteside Ruth Widder Ray Wiggs Karen Williamson Virginia Willmschen Evelyn Wilson Linda Wilson Judy Wynkoop Donna Yeend Susan Young Charlotte Zink Toni Wood 150 RELAXATIO '51 2. .L rdf. t WQKK P, , I 1 .H QQ , V A W X :lt - K Y,.,,. I i K x I, . , 4 ' i -Q . li 4 f W 1 1 w ifi Q .za fb - A . .f ,, j .i:, , x -K ' ig, . T51 ' "sy .. J H:fQ"1'7L"5, J Nwv -I as -5 ', 1 E 5 ' i ff, - - 3' 1 es ff 1,33 pw WM ji 1 2 ,, af 1 I F ' 9' rf 24 ax . 5 , Ja ' 1 A 1 ' , S . fr., 'SR N 4- 'fx Vw fx?" ii " ,J ' 1, 55 az' Gflwnf , by Q-..,, f,. ,-,,. ? ,gg 1 1" Q3-5 ,. ,reef x f' X 'fm ',i",!,-,ff3Yf.' rf - 7 N 2 ,- , .. . We 1 'TH "Tiff V, ,aff E iv V! "-Q 'mlm 5 RN A 11 - ,R - g ' 'A XLL, 'fu-t ff k fra. r A f f 52" A 4:5 v if P,f'Z , V ' f L -. ' yy! a fx . 7 Z fig . A , , f ., V, EA .6 f 5 " MV ' if fmsiwfz , ,x ef K i' 'wx-w,..:,', If YJ Nw Wg- . f so 'H Q' Q O Q iv' 'Q h .Q O G0 if-ii' 'ix' 6 Jaw fs ZF xf , u ""RT "Eslf9t ' fGf4?i3 .,., iw Qi? ..L' f f "i' 5- f 1f 42 .,, O Q 5 ' . w. . . iopkt g 9 0 Q59 0.40. Vfyx-A ff 'Q' N!f'ii4""' 'iQ"iv Q 'ia 0 '4' 4 va. wh: O Q O Q :Awami 0, vig 0, Q f '30 'Avo "iv '50 'i Sporty mm' Urga Varsity Basketball Sealed: Emmett Maine, managerg Garry Matlock, Gary Bartlow, Kay Engleking, Keith Kirkeide, Jerry Gray, Chuck Robinson, Mike Jones. Siumling: Coach Vail, Stan Van Arsdel, Loren Graham, Bob Thompson, Duane Meske, Joe Marlett, Glen Thompson, Coach Poteet. Not Piriured: john Pryor, LeRoy VandenOever, manager. COACH ELMORE VAIL 142 Season Record N.N.C. Opponents 80 .....,,, ..,,.. W estminster fUtahj ,,,,.. .,r,,,, 1 14 86 ...., ,..... W estminster fUtahj ....,,,,. ..,. 1 O8 103 ,,,.. ,,,,,, C ollege of Southern Utah ,,..,..s, ..s. 9 S 72 ..,.. ,.,,,. C ollege of Southern Utah ,...,,. ..., 7 3 90 ,,,,, ,..,.. P asadena College .................. .... 1 02 84 ,,,., ..,,,, C alifornia Lutheran .,... .... 8 3 74 ,,,,. ,,,,,, E astern Washington ........ .... 7 6 79 .,,,. ,,,,,, W hitman College ........, ,... 7 7 99 ...,. ,,,,,, E astern Oregon .... .s.. 9 7 82 ...,. ,,,,,, E astern Oregon ,.,.. ..,. 7 3 69 ,,,,, ,,,,,, C ascade College .,,., ,... 6 8 106 .,,,. ,,.,,, C ascade College ,,,.,,,. ,,,, 7 7 72 ...., ,,..,, C ollege of Idaho ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 8 1 84 ..,.. ,,,.,. W hitman College ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 04 84 .,,,. ,,,,,, W estern Montana ,,,,,, ,,,, 8 1 82 .,,,, ...,,, W estern Montana ,,,,,, ,,,. 7 4 95 ..,,. ,,.... M ontana Mines ...,,., ,,,, S 3 96 ,1,,, ,,..,. C ollege of Idaho ,.r,,,,, ,,,, 9 3 O. 76 ,,,., ,s..,s C ollege of Idaho ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 8 S 79 .,,,1 ....,. S t. Martin's ,.....,,,1,, ,,,. 8 9 O.T 77 ...s. .,.... S t. Martin's ......... .... 8 7 9 8 ,,,,, .r,,,, W estminster ,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,, ,.,. 1 02 99 ,,,., ,,r,,, W estminster ,,t,,,,,,,,,.,,,t,,, .... 1 0 8 84 ...., ,,..,, E astern Montana State ,,,.,,, .... 1 08 92 ..... .,,,,. C arroll College ..I,,,,,,,,,, .... 8 S Loren Graham drlves for two points. 595-N1 A Garry Matlock gets ready to Stan Van Arsdel sets to pass around his defender. Duane Meske and C of I's Taft Jackson square off on a rebound. set up a play. f""'-4,.g,,,,' if Q Glenn Thompson helped spark the fast break. Skeeter" goes high for two points I i is ' . Keith drives past all defenders for a lay-in. Chuck Robinson provided plenty of hustle. ,f.f Gary Bartlow provided depth to the Crusaders. Joe Marlett gets a "cold shoulder" from his defenders in a J.V. game. A ,fi 7.7 Jerry Gray fights for a rebound Babe Pryor, starting second term, provided spark and strength in a tight spot. e r Stan Van Arsdel outiumps A i i V V ,, his defender for a basket. A r ' ' i M2 , - ' it 4 fi ii Ei E C l .2 The big man couldn't catch "Matty." Under acting head coach, Elmore Vail, this year's basketball season proved quite exciting. During the 12-13 season the Crusaders played in nine games, of which six were won by three or less points Qincluding two overtimesj . Highlights of the season included the naming of Duane Meske to the All Star first teams of the Pasadena Invitational and the Northwest Nazarene College Holiday Tournaments. joining Duane on the Holiday team was Stan Van Arsdel. In breaking the scoring record with an 85 .7 average per game, the Crusaders placed five men in double figures. Garry Matlock established a new record by garnering fourteen assists in four different ball games and his average of 8.4 assists per game is double the old mark. Garry also broke the free throw percent- age record by shooting 85.1Z3. The teamwork of the Crusaders proved very valuable. Glenn Thompson, the only senior, and Loren Graham rounded out the first five with the rest of the team providing good depth. Pros- pects look good for next year with all but Thompson returning. If some height can be added, the Crusaders will go on to higher glories. 145 Junior Varsity Seated: Coach Poteet, Rick Burns, Gary Tippitt, Harold Perkins, Norris Mise- more, Gary Lawhead, Mike Jones, Manager. Standing: Fred Brown, Gary Parnell, Ray Wiggs, Don Canonge, Hal Holman, Bob McDonald, Larry Pringle. JIM POTEET Coach The Junior Varsity, coached by Jim Poteet, has provided valuable experience and great depth prospects for the varsity next year. The 5-9 Win-loss record does not tell the whole story. The team played good ball and the high scorer, Joe Marlett, had an average of 13.2 points per game. The most outstanding victory of the season was the upset win over Mountain Home Air Force Base by a score of 65-SS. Gary Parnell, Don Canonge and Harold Perkins gang up on their opponent under the boards. l The rally squad promotes pep and school spirit for both the spectators and the team at the Crusader games. A vital part of the job of our Crusader cheerleaders is leading the l student body in traditional songs and yells. The peppy i rally squad for this year consists of Merilyn Stark, Kathy Schoenfeldt, Sonja Steiber, Karen Childers, Merlyn Schwanz and Dave Fraley. Cheerleaders Kathy Schoenfeldt, Merlyn Schwanz, Karen Childers, Sonja Steiber, Dave Fraley, Merilyn Stark. 'NW' I 'X Row one: Ray Goldsmith, Dean Nafsiger, Stan Roberts, Dwight Collins. Row one: Ron Johnson, Gerry Marsh, jim Johnson, Rodney Bell, Steve Pace, Ron Rickard, Larry Jacobs, Mike Letsey. Slunding: George Knapp, Guy Wright, jack Pace, Director. Pep Band This year the pep band, under the direction of Jack Pace, helped to create high enthusiasm at N.N.C. ball games. Their spirited and peppy music helped set the mood for exciting games. One trip to Portland and a spring concert of pep band and pop music were included in their activities. 147 .-A 1 631. Seated: Irene Hays, Charlene Sargisson, Secretaryg Linda Lester, Mrs. Webb, sponsorg janet Graham, Vice-President Evelyn Young, Treasurer. Sianrling: LoAnn Rudeen, Kathy Bunn, Kathy Mosteller, Connie Whittet, Nancy Rodda Marilyn Montgomery, Charlene Moore. Gamma u Gamma Gamma Nu Gamma is a service club made up of young ladies who enjoy recreation and participation in intramural activities. Activities of the year in- cluded Homecoming, alumni-student game and tea, taking tickets for home basketball games, selling concessions, and selling N.N.C. sweatshirts. LINDA LESTER President 148 C sra, r ,ra S N Club N Club, open only to varsity lettermen, is very active in assisting at athletic events during the school year. N Club has charge of the Home- coming Queen and court elections. ln the coronation ceremonies, the president of the club crowns the queen, While other members of the club provide escorts for the court. At various times during the school year, the club provides other benefits for its members and the student body. 1 Council: Row one: Mr. Elmore Vail, sponsorg John Williamson, Ralph Griffin, Dave Bon, Quentin Smith. Row two: Glen Hancock, Harlan Friesen, Chuck Wikstrom, Rick Barton, Bud Kinzler, Rod Nutting. Row three: Ed Ellyson, Ken Benedick, Harvey Lewis, Loren Graham, Glenn Thompson, Jerry Gray. CHUCK WIKSTROM President 149 Varsity Tennis Row our: Kent Anderson, Mark Hinds, Hal Holman, Forrest Beymer, Newell Morgan, Chuck Robinson and Roy Jones. Row two: Mrs. La Donna Webb, coach, Lila Ludahl, Karen Kent, Charlene Moore, Judy Wentworth, Lois Koller, Linda Lester. Varsity Golf Spring of 1965 saw the com- plete organization of the N.N.C. golf team. After three years of partial teams this year a complete team was fielded. John Pryor, as Hrst man led the team in their matches against College of Idaho, Eastern Oregon, and Idaho State. 150 With only four returning lettermen, this year's tennis team, coached by Mrs. Webb, had a re- building job to do. The men's team was strengthened by fresh- men Hal Holman and Forrest Beymer and several new upper- classmen, joining lettermen New- ell Morgan and Kent Anderson. Charlene Moore and Karen Kent, returning lettermen led the girls, team. Matches around the valley and one road trip provided com- petition for the team. Kneeling: Harlan Friesen, John Williamson, jerry Taylor, Ron Graham. Sianding: John Pryor, Steve Fowler, Kent Anderson. Varsity Baseball Beginning the season with two victories and four defeats, this year's team worked hard for a winning season. The squad was somewhat lacking in depth as compared to the previous year. Leading the team this year was pitcher Ed Ellyson. Seniors Glenn Hancock, outfielder, and Chuck Wikstrom, infielder, started the year off leading the team in both fielding and hitting. Strength was added to this year,s team with the addition of freshmen Gary Lawhead and Gary Tippitt. Losing only two seniors this year, next year's Crusaders should have an outstanding year. At the close of this yearls season, N.N.C. and College of Idaho vied for the honor of representing Idaho in the District 5 N.A.I.A. playoff. ELMORE VAIL Coach Row om-: Ed Castledine, Harold Flowers, Dan Larkin, Dave Fraley, Rich Kliewer, Kay Engelking, Gary Coulter. Row Iwo: Stan Van Arsdel, jerry Gray, Gary Lawhead, Glen Hancock, Chuck Wikstrom, Wally Nye, Rod Nutting, Quentin Smith, Gary Tippitt. Row lhfef: Coach Vail, Cecil Wilson, Larry McMillin, Ed Ellyson, Ken Benedick, Bob Kincaid, Paul Wardlaw, Lyle Jackson, manager. i--M42 2 Ed Ellyson winds for a pitch to . . First baseman, Jerry Gray stands ready for a hit . . catcher Stan Van Arsdel , F3 A I f u - if . K '11 H ' ' M N W"' . We Q ' it-E 3 3 K. - 1 . .. ' is 'lr-'xaai fi ' 5 ' 'H ' A '- i?wu5..ff , .. W- . 8, V- .,.. HT" ' ' A . ' , 41155 15,2 Q ' , S w" -, " s s . or - 3, . -, , N :ss -,Q ' i' . ' f "L f, .. iihii ip , - H 'I . .. .. . . X, my .. . ,. ,, fmia. Wm--,NL-if. mmf .rwmseigsqmmsgi 11, , -5 ""' '- 1' -- ' f f 'ih " ,. , ' ' Y X 'W wr wx' uf gig 'W' 'f' we 'M' ' ' l ' "N" Q mega g if? -- W- f - :w if Chuck Wikstrom scoops a grounder at his position of third base. Rod Nutting races down the line to beat the throw Ready to receive a pitch, Gary Coulter yells en- couragement to the pitcher. Coach Vail and the bench lend support to those on the field. ,ts Pitcher Ken Benedick sends the ball toward the plate. Quentin Smith digs to beat the throw to first Stan Van Arsdel starts for Hrst after giving the ball a rap. , Li Varsity With eight returning lettermen, this year's track team started the season successfully with a win over B.J.C. in running events, and a Win over T.V.C.C. Senior Bill Kooman leads the team with the school record in the triple jump and a fast 880. Coach Poteet is expecting a successful season with several promising freshmen to bolster the lettermen. N.N.C. annually sponsors the N.N.C. Invitational Track Meet. JIM POTEET Coach Row one: Le Roy Vanden Oever, Chuck Robinson, John Lewis, Abe ,, , H ,. , , Espada, Harold Perkins, Ralph Griffin, Gerry Marsh, Rick Barton. Row p ,IAQ 25,1 Iwo: Rick Anderson, Rim Music, Bob Miner, Larry Pringle, Ray Wiggs, ' ' ' Bill Kooman, Daryl Kellum, Coach Poteet. ,,.. . ...,.,... " i'---' 'iii ,... .i i ' ..,. iiiii . , -Wins: H ,y,igF,,3g7m.. .. ,,,..t ,,,,,,, . .,,,,if,,. K, , 4--' i.. ..,. i V 'i"iii . i it A .'.,, i'k" K' ,,..- Niii' ii"A ' - ..,,,... ,.,., 51314. s ..,...., Long distance runner, Bill Kooman strides ..,,.,,... .,,.... , ,.,, i. ,,..,,,,,,.,,, ...,..... ....-i... .W ..-iii give ...i-.. ...im a- is i,,g...zy,L wi "" . "" .... i . ., K fi 1' em.. ii ,saw Track Ray Wigg starts his motion for the shot put. Freshman Larry Pringle shows good form going over the high hurdles. Daryl Kellum, just as he is ready to release the shot. xr Abe Espada sets for the star: of the race Freshman Harold Perkins is off the ground as he sprints around the track. X v,pa,,igQ --ra rarh ' ' wai..srm.,4gf.z.M: Z-1134 f 1,,, . ,,,.. , T mnzuutnr WI! JERRY KINNEY 1 Intramural Director Intramural Activities The purpose of the Intramural activities on campus is to provide a recreational program in which every student can take part. There is something for everyone: athletics, drama, speech, and music. Intramural organization objectives provide activities for all through individual and team organizations. Through this program, the student can develop leadership, skill, and a com- petitive spirit. Student Directors l K Mike Blewecr, Assistantg Dave Fraley, Director l Marilyn Montgomery, Directory Charlene Sargisson, Assistant. 157 DAVE FRALEY First-Half President Council, Srulml: Toni Wood, Faye Lawson, Janet Portcrfield, Margaret Luchsinger, Sally Deering, Linda Wood. Siam1'i11g: Doug Bolles, Steve Clark, Gary Lawhead, Dean Nafziger, Steve Fowler. DOUG BOLLES Second-Half President Spartan Sigma Lambda Alpha BOB DANKER Second -H al f President DAN VANDERPOOL First-Half President Council, Seafmlz Marilyn Muth, Maureen Simms. Standing: Jack Sine John Mowery, Larry Durheim, Tom Hendrickson. RON BUTCHART First-Half President GLEN GROENIG Second-Half President Councils-S1'a11'1l': Rick Anderson, Connie Case, Nancy Lyons, Linda Busick, Alma Ferguson, Connie Wluirrcr, Glen Groenig. Slanding: Ron Butchart, Harold Sanncr, Marvin Stallcop, Chuck Taylor, Oscar Wick. Glympian Lambda Sigma Pi JERRY GRAY First-Half President Y!! zz fi 4 r r ist t C E f e L2 F 2 2 S a BOB THOMPSON Second-Half President Councils-Scaled: Joyce Mittlcstaedtg Carole Strayer, Kathy Fritz, Charlene Martin, Charlene Slargisson. Slunding: Herb Ya- minishi, Jerry Gray, Bob McDonald, Wally Nye, john Carlson. 161 Athenian KEITH KIRKEIDE Firsf-Half President V ..,. . ' Q K Q: 4: R y . l , f ig. VKVL ff 4 in Q ,J V Aix +L Q GARY COULTER Second-Half President 2. Councils-Sralvzl: Janet Graham, Karyn Santo, Garolita Freeman, Lo Ann Rudcen.. Slamfing: Gary Coulter, Gary Bellamy, Gary Tippitt, Leland Pcrshall, Jerry Taylor. 162 Alpha Delta Phi RON GROOM Second -Half President 'x fb DOUG SCHMIDT First-Half President Councils-Sealed: Shirley Middleton, Franida Rardin, Karen Kirkman, Evelyn Walker, Suzanne Stevens, Zelma Smith, Evelyn Young. Stamling: Chuck Robinson, Wayne Beckwith, Ron Groom, Chuck Wikstrom, Doug Schmidt. :EQ S5521 I ,E K .. N S V Qui V 1 ll x 41' -f vg? Macbeth Resplendent in medieval dignity and Perfecting "Macbeth' with limitless workmanship and exhaustive precision, Earl Owens, director, Nina Rayborn, student directory and Judi Adkins, proper- ties manager prepare for thc final rehearsal. surrounded by his court, Steve Fletcher as Duncan receives Tony Trautwein as Macbeth. .vi .' T- X Xrtift' Creating, fi chilling, and awe inspiring atmosphere instrumentalists im ohnson Leland Pcrshall and Jack Pace provided the musical accompaniment for Macbeth. -CM: Seeking to cleanse her hand during the sleepwalk- ing scene Linda Lester as Lady Macbeth is ob- served by Dennis Ellis, as the physician, and Bethel Taylor, was the gentlewoman. E , fi 1 I " 'Y' ar an 'W i ""-xh,,,,,-- Y I Wielding swords and waiting to strike, Macbeth and MacDuff begin to fight to the death. The play is the thing, but the books can't be overlooked even at dress rehearsal. i Exhibiting horror and uncanny perception, the wicked sisters instilled fear and trembling from their eerie pre- dictions. 165 Softball in the spring shows players, Humps" and spectators to be true softball fans Who said girls' basketball isn't graceful? Society Society Ping Pong flourishes with the "pros" spending hours practic- ing. Sports Rick Anderson get good blocking from a teammate as he at- tempts to score for the Olympians. Spartans and Athenians battle it out under the boards Look out, Dave, Mike looks like he's plotting a steal Menis football All-stars and Girls' volleyball All-stars: Raw our: Evelyn Young, Doris Young, Judy Wynkoop. Row Iwo: Mike Litsey, Dan Vanderpool, Harlan Friesen, Frank Ballard, Chuck Taylor and Dan Lumley. V Society 3 l i z i 5 S.I..A. Wfes Sullivan captured first place in the intramural dramatic spccch contest. Placing first in vocal solos in the women s division was Athenian Carolita Freeman. S Q E 5 J E iz IL is lz ls if X Vw s P 4 Champions The Spa's came out on top in the vocal ensemble contest with this lovely trio com- posed of Margaret Luchsinger, Pat Graves, and Hannah Lindbloom. Mixed badminton doubles ended with Oly's Connie Whittct and Ron Butchart emerging as champions for first-half intramurals. L.S.P. Ron johnson captured the laurels for first place in the menls vocal solo division. Dan Quick, A.T.H., and Zelma Smith, A.D.P., Won first place in men's and women's archery singles. Crusader Embedded in the history and tradition of N.N.C., the Crusader serves as an effective medium of communication on the campus and to the alumni of the college. Staff members are constantly search- ing for informative stories, interesting features, and ideas for thought-provoking editorials. Comments on, current topics of interest, both locaHy' and nadonaHy,zue ako to be found in the Ckusaden The Crusader staff also cooperates with N.N.C.'s News Bureau in getting stories and pictures. Dan Berg served as editor of the Crusader with Miss Helen Wilson the faculty sponsor. .4 -.414 u c 'U N HALS. 36,509 'Y 'srs r SLATE ...a-f""' DAN BERG Editor ,..,,,Q,,,,wsw9"P"" DENNrs Fonmasrna Axsislanf Ezfilor umf News Bureau 170 Miss Helen Wilson, Crusader advisor talks with Senator Frank Church as part of her job as Head of N.N.C.'s News Bureau. DAVE CARPENTER Business Manager . 5 i E R 1 v GEORGE REED Photographer Q.-4 XS Staifz Dave Bon, Vnrgmxa Sm1th, Jeanne Flowers, and Ralph N1chols VELnoN PRICE Circulalion Manager 171 Miss Marian Washburn and Dr. Howard Miller, Advisors. ,-' ,Y-r ,f mall' Oasis Combining their knowledge of photo- journalism with many hours of effort, the members of the Oasis staff strive to capture a pictorial panorama of the various phases of campus life at N.N.C. I i Production of the yearbook was under the supervision of Charlene Moore, student- elected editor-in-chief, and the sponsorship of Miss Marian Washburn and Dr. Howard Miller, faculty advisors. ffm "Z pug- 172 m274"t3 "-- , ' Literary Staff-Seated: Cathy McKay, LaVerne Guchcs, Kathy Fritz, Kathy Schoenfeldt. Siam!- ing: Del Rimbey, Gail Dodson, Sue Obert, jim Danker. xxfs CHARLENE MOORE Editor Toni Wood, Renee DeBow, Elaine Behr, Kathy Watson, Typists and Layout. ftb RALPH NICHOLS Assixtant Editor JACK PACE Business Manager if Q' rro arf' ,nv- GARY COULTER Siation Manager The job was tackled by Virgil Vail, the faculty adviser, Mr. Gary Coulter, the station manager, and many students associated with the station and the science department. With these com- bined efforts, K.R.O.K. is well on her Way to becoming a 10-Watt educa- tional-FM radio station. It is hoped that at the beginning of the next school year that this project will be completed. KROK Throughout this year, K.R.O.K. Was in- volved in the lengthy and detailed task of applying for a government license to begin operation of a 10-watt educational-FM radio station. This involved the completion of an extensive application, the building of a trans- mitter, and the assistance of a qualified radio engineer along with the aid of a lawyer. MR. VIRGIL VAIL Faculty Sponsor Staff group-Seated: Dan Quick, Abe Espada. Standing: Gary Coulter, john Williamson, Dave Lawrence. ?4T34fiSuQeua0s2A Staff Group-Suulml: Lois jackson, Billie Salisbury, Ken Huber. Slumfing: Ralph Nichols, Ron Butchart, Steve McKenna. John Williamson, Assistant Manager, Billie Salis bury, Secretary. 175 Associated Women Students 'Qs Q KATHY SLAMP President The Associated Women Students of N.N.C. is composed of all Women students attending the school. The highlight of the year for A.W.S. is the planning of the annual Thanksgiving banquet, the Big-Little Sister Tea, "TWirp Week," the "Secret Heart Pal" Week in February, and the Graduates, Tea in June. The A.W.S. council pro- motes 'better ideals of high conduct and clean living necessary for Women students at N.N.C. A.W.S. Council-Row 0116: Gale Lee, Off-campus representative: Kathy Sehoenfeldt, Sophomore representativeg Mrs. Fred Knight, Advisorg Kathy Slamp, Presidentg Mrs. Arthur Imel, Advisorg Karyn Santo, Treasurer. Row lufa: Pam Morrow Program Chairmang Sue Hoffman, Publicityg Carolyn Younger, Chaplaing Linda Bellamy, Freshman representativeg Lynni Goin, Vice-Presidentg Linda Lester, Junior represcntativeg Ann Kiemel, Program Chairmang Joyce Mittlesteadt, Secretary 'nv mural ROD NUTTING President Men's Club Men's Club includes all men students of the college. The main activities of the club are Stag Night and the Beard Growing Con- test. The club also plans the parade and bon- fire during Homecoming. The Club usually challenges the A.W.S. in the blood drawing held on the campus. Council-Row our: Chuck Taylor, Sergeant-an Armsg Hugh Friberg, Chaplain. Row two: Dave Larkin, Student Council Representativeg jerry Gray, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Mac Webb, Advisor. Not piffzwerl: Kent Anderson, Program Chairman. 177 SEA Student National Education Association brings the education students in direct contact with the profession through speakers, films, informative dis- cussions, and interviews with teachers and admin- istrators. A branch of the National Education Association, our local student group is the largest chapter in Idaho. One of the S.N.E.A. sponsors, Dr. Lilburn Wesche, is currently the President of the Idaho Education Association. Dr. Fred Knight, Advisor, Carolyn Young y er, President, Dr. Lilburn Wesche, Advisor Row one: Sue Hoffman, Program Chairmang Pam Morrow, Corresponding Secretaryg Row Iwo: Janet Porterfield, Vice-President, Carolyn Younger, President, Karyn Santo, Refreshment Chairmang Joyce Mitrlesraedc, Historian. Row lhrce: La Verne Guches, Recording Sec- retary. M 1 b Mu Upsilon Sigma, or Music club, provides u active enjoyment for music majors and all others interested in music. Music criticism and music literature provide interesting activ- ities for club members. Council-Suaivzf: Gerry Marsh, Presidentg Karen Kirkman, Secretaryg Dr. Hill, Advisor. Siamliug: Dennis Ellis, Vice-President, Carolita Freeman, Trea- surerg Jack Pace, Coordinator. Row one: Bev Hoskinson, Shirley Peck, Judy Burns, Shirley Middleton, Evangeline Rudeen, Donna Yeend, Maxene Lane, Sharon Clark, Sonja Steiber, Sue Chadwick, Kathy Schoenfeldt, Margaret Luchsinger, Carolita Freeman. Row iwo: Renee Debow, Nancy Thomas, Elaine Royce, Judy Hydorn, Karen Kirkman, Suzanne Stevens, Faye Lawson, La Vonna Cox, Dawn Gauntt. Row lfarrr: Diane Bundy, Elaine Behr, Gail Dodson, Norma Powell, Cathy McKay, Linda Michael, Kay Wordsworth, Carolyn Shuck. Row four: Dennis Ellis, Gerry Marsh, Darrell johnson, Roger Huff, Jack Pace, Ken Huber, john Hydorn. Q Row one: Alyce Wesche, Sonja Sreiber, Karen Kirkman Karyn Santo Hannah L1DClbl00n'1 Sue Hoffman Nancy Rodda. Row two: Dan Griep, Doug Bolles Dave Raine Dan Berg Ron Butchart Mike Lee Ron Madrigals Under the direction of Dr. Double E Hill, the Madrigal Singers provide an outstanding contribu- tion to the cultural life of N.N.C. Performing at local churches, banquets, and functions of civic organizations, the Madrigals continue to exhibit excellence in a vast repertoire of musical talents and selections. A spring concert, complete with costumes, setting, and scenes from Lerner and LoeWe's "Camelot,' climaxed the year for the Madrigals. Other highlights included the annual Christmas concert, a performance at Cascade Col- lege in Portland, and a tour of the Portland area churches. 180 i Performances on campus and extensive visits I to local churches keep the members of Crusader y l Y constantly rehearsing. The aim of the choir is to C C E "sing with the heart and the understanding alsof' C , 5 5 E li ,s i PRoFEssER WARNIE TIPPITT Director Crusader Choir - 4- 1 IS Raw our: Angela Dautcrmann, Kathy Fritz, Pat Graves, Marilyn Muth, Carolita Freeman, Kitty Bramson, ,Ian Kiemel, Kathy Schoen- feldt, Sharon Clark, Carol Thompson. Row Iwo: Nancy Mapes, Lynn Goin, Marolyn Ax, Kay Wordsworth, Kathi Watson, Connie Wliittet, Shirley Schell, Sue Stevens, Judy Cooper. Rauf lbrvr: Dennis Sams, Roger Huff, Paul Taylor, Wendell Bowes, Nelson Enns, Vernon Gibson, Earl Fairbanks, Clarence Shafer, Carry Matlock. Row four: Joe Mash, Doug Bolles, Ron Butchart, Ron Groom, Harold Sanner, Mike Litsey, Gary Jensen, John Hydorn, Del Rimbey. Men's Glee, under the direction of Pro- fessor Bloomquist, meets regularly to pre- pare numbers to sing at churches and at activities on campus. They provide the Homecoming half-time entertainment and reception music. They combined with Treble Choir to perform a spring concert. Men's Glee i -2 ' 3, .1 M, ..,, 3: ai ' . 1 .it-- . iii- , EF , ' ' . i. 1 ' ., TTY!! Q we . MARVIN BLOOMQUIST Director SW s sse pp N s I A X Row our: Professor Marvin Bloomquist, Jack Pace, Steve Ellis, Dick Stevens, Terry Cummings, Ralph Griffen, Greg Fraser, Ken Bozarth. Row Iwo: Charles Stevens, Lowell Rawley, Gordon Stringer, Richard Stanton, Eugene Lubins, Calvin Wheeler, Dennis Loeber. Row three: Bob Kincaid, Steve Fowler, Dean Nafsiger, Joe Reichmuth, Daryl johnson, Ron Gobi, Lee Shafer. Row four: Dan Kephart, Jim Reed, Hal Whittet, Chuck Taylor, Jim Danker, John Arnold, 182 Dwight Collins, Bob Lamm. Mus. DELOKIS WALLER Director The singing of Treble Choir, the women's choral group on campus, inspires campus listeners. Composed of a new group of women every year, the Treble Choir works many hours to perfect its program. The concerts of the group are a credit to its Hne talent. Treble Choir Row one: Ellen Babb, Franida Rardin, Linda Miller, Dianna Rogers, Audra Huff, Donna Yeend, Judy McConnell, Roberta Six, Marilyn Oldenburg, Kathy Potter. Row Iwo: Ruth Ann Olson, Renee DeBow, Elaine Behr, Nancy Lyons, Shirlene Pullins, Darlene Anderson, Rachelle Smith, Maxine Lane, Judy Hydorn, Ardcan Pettit, Janice Mason, Nancy Kliewer. Row three: Wyla Barney, Dawn Gauntt, Sally Robertson, Jennie Parsons, Charlene Martin, Brenda Gergory, Carol Alyea, Sandy Kahl, Louise Birks. Row four: Joyce Kettlehut, Paula Landon, Gail Dodson, Janice Rose, Barbara Knight, Janet Daniels, Dianne Krahn, Jean Gurley, Carol Sornson. Under the direction of Dr. Double E Hill, the College Concert Band provides concerts during the year which are enjoyed by the students. Weekly practice sessions insure a pleasing performance at each concert. College Band Row our: Laura Clark, Sharon Clark, Audra Huff, Franida Riardin, Kathy Ellis, Toni Wood. Row two: Ray Goldsmith, Don Williams, Judy McConnell, Leona Powers, Fern Denny, Carolyn Horner, Karen Russell, Janice Rose. Row lbrfc: Stan Roberts, Judy Hydorn, Charles Flowers, Dennis Sams, Jim Johnson, Jack Pace, David Miller, Ron Johnson, Gerry Marsh. Row four: Pete Wiberg, Phil Gibbens, Earl Howard, LeRoy VandenOever, Clint Schroeder, Larry Bortemiller. Row fiw: George Knapp, Eugene Lubiens, Leland Pcrshall, Russell Mcdaris, Pat McConne1, Ken Bozarth, Ron Rickard, Mike Litsey. Dr. Double E Hill directs the Concert Band and both the Ensemble groups. Ensembles The Brass Choir and the String Ensemble are for students with musical talent in these areas. These groups present musical entertainment for many special events during the year. 1 Svulcllr David Griftith, Paula Landon, Donna Yeend, Elaine Royse. Slumling: Harold Smith, Linda Miller, Dennis Ellis, Roger Huff. Lffl I0 riglol: Mike Litsey, Larry Jacobs, Paul Wardlaw, Dennis Sams Jack Pace, Paul Enns, Gerry Marsh. Traveling Quartets Sealed: Ruth Stiehl, Angela Dautermann. Stand- ing: Dan Berg, Newell Morgan. CRUSADERS "The Crusaders," male quartet, under sponsorship of Professor Alan Rodda, traveled 13,000 miles, covering extensively eight states of the N.N.C. educational zone. Approximately seventy services were held, and all members of the quartet became actively involved in each of five youth camps visited. Riding horses, water-skiing, and touring points of interest helped make the summer a prohtable and enjoyable ex- perience for each of the group. 186 COLLEGIANS "The Collegiansl' travelled more than 18,000 miles last summer visiting churches and summer camps in eight states on the Northwest Nazarene College educational zone. The mixed quartet enjoyed swimming in Minne- sota and sight seeing in Yellowstone National Park and the South Dakota Badlands. "Chief" Sporleder sponsored the group the entire summer except for a two-Week vacation during which Ken Meenach took over. Lrfl to rigbl: Dwight Collins, jack Pace, Roger Huff, LeWayne Hoffman. Council: Don Woolery, Vice-President, Jim Randol, President, Gary Burkholdcr, Secretary-Treasurer. Row ont: George Larsen, Erma Bort, Elaine Carlson, Shirley Schell, Tim Fuller. Row Iwo: Eugene Furuyama, Steve Clark, George Knapp, Ken Huber, Jim Monroe, jim Randol. Row ibrff: Ivor Newsham, Don Woolery, Hugh Fribcrg, Gary Burkholder, Gary Moore, Steve Cox. Marshall Science Club Students in all branches of the biological and physical sciences find a place in Marshall Science Club. The club program includes speakers, nature films, studies of various scientific phenomena, and field trips. The pre-medical students belong to a specialized branch of Marshall Science Club-the Student Medical Association. Bob Parsons is the president this year and their pro- grams deal primarily with Various specialties in the Held of medicine. Circle K Service to the school is the main purpose and function of Circle K. It is sponsored by the local chapter of Kiwanis International. In addition to ushering, helping with elections and acting as hosts to many on- campus activities, this year the club spon- sored a convention in which Circle K Clubs from Utah, Idaho, and Montana partici- pated. Council--Svutvfl: Hugh Friberg, Vice-President, Steve Fletcher, Joe Mash, Presidentg Mr. Seaman, Advisorg Ron Butchart. Slrmding: Paul McConnel, Secretary, Dennis Forrester, Larry Harrington, Jerry Gray. Not pictured, Gary Coulter, Treasurer. C2 K., 3 Row omf: Glen Groenig, Doug Bolles, Steve Fletcher, Paul McConnel, Richard Stanton. Row Iwo: joe Mash, Larry Harrington, Ron Butchart, Steve Clark, Dennis Forrester. Row three: Dan Berg, Dave Fraley, jerry Gray, Tony Kupinski, Keith Kirkeicle, Hugh Friberg. 1 I' 1 i - , 1 - i 3 Council: Mr. Owens, Advisor, Judi Adkins, President, Nina Rayborn, Secretary, not pictured, Tyke Nichols, Vice-President. Pi Kappa Delta Seated : Mr. Pi Kappa Delta is an honor society formed to stimulate interest in speech. Each year members of the organization participate in intercollegiate debate and speech tournaments. The annual College Bowl series, sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta, and the national speech convention, held this year in Tacoma, Washington, are two rewarding ex- periences shared by the members. Owens, Judi Adkins, Nina Rayborn, Lloyd Hankins. Slaml ing: David Slamp, Nancy Taylor, Dr. Seamans. 3 ,Miha r" Row one: Marge Angier, Sue Hagman, Verna Moran, Carol Perkins, Johanna Baskin, Shirley Seward, Nancy Thomas. Row fwo: Marilyn Oldenburg, Lois Postlewaite, Kay Franklin, Ruby Hunter, Laura Gilmore, Linda Bellamy. Row three: Carol Sorenson, Dawn Doorn, Janice Kinsch, Pam Hills, Louise Birks, Bev Hoskinson, Donna Ackerman. Row four: Marie Turner, Ann Kiemel, Norma Powell, Linda Busick, Karyn Santo, Jan Kiemel, Kay Wordsworth, Margaret Kjonaas, Pi Omicron Pi Omicron, directly associated with the Home Economics Department, closely centers its activities in that area. The Club's main objective is to provide for the pro- fessional development of the home econom- ics student. A style show, etiquette discus- sion, and wedding planning are included in the club program for the year. Sealed: Miss Tombaugh, Advisor, Linda Busick, Presidentg Mrs. Howe, Advisor. Slamlifzg: Shirley Seward, Secretary, Kay Wordswortli, Treasurer, Karyn Santo, Food Chairman, Norma Powell, Publicity Chairman, Verna Moran, Vice-President. 190 Qi Ski Club Ski Club serves the students by promot- ing interest and participation in the winter sports. A knowledge of the art of skiing is not a requirement for membership in the club as enthusiasts of many winter sports join. Trips to Bogus Basin and McCall are highlighted club activities of the year. ow one: Gary Angell, Karen Kirkman, Secretary-Treasurer, ebi Hudson. Row two: Rick Anderson, Bob Parsons. Row lbree: Roger Rediger, jim Jagger, Vice-President, Tom Hen- drickson, President. l Kneeling: Calvin Wheeler, David Sutherland, Tom Hendrickson, Newell Morgan. Row one: Diana Krahn, Pat Graves, Diane Carmichael, janet Peterson, Sonja Steiber, Kathy Schoenfeldt, Marilyn White. Row fwo: Linda Wood, Lorraine Bramson, Judy Cooper, Judy Wynkoop, Karen Kirkman, Carol Bucholz, Gail Sires, Cheri Robinson, Debi Hudson. Row lbrfc: Ron Loeber, Gary Angell, Forrest Beymer, Glen Pol, Roger Rediger, Bob Parsons. Row four: George Knapp, Rick Anderson, Mike Lee, George Reed, jim Jagger, Marlow Pounds, Gary Bellamy, John Hydorn. ,--'f ,,...--" Council: Steve Fletcher, Publicity Judi Adkins, Programg Lynn Goin, Presidentg Del Rimbey, Vice-President. Scriblerus For English majors and others interested in good literature, Scriblerus provides stimulating discussion of contemporary books and novels. Each month this group meets to discuss a selected book which often leads to a consideration of the basic issues of life. These informal gatherings in the homes of local students provide an opportunity for expressing and broaden- ing concepts and viewpoints. any Seated: Steve Fletcher, Judi Adkins, Dr. Seamans, Advisory Lynn Goin, Nina Rayborn, Del Rimbey. Stam1'iug: Charlene Moore, Kathy Schoenfeldt, Han- nah Lindbloom, Jack Sine, Nance Taylor, Evelyn Young. Sociology Club Students interested in social work as a speakers and interesting field trips, the members see the wide area of occupations open to Sociology majors. One project of the club is that of helping at the State School in Nampa. y X X 1 Q career belong to Sociology Club. Through Council-Sealed: Marge Forrester, Mary Nelson, Dave Bon, President. Sianding: Mr. Curl, Advisor. Row one: Carol Bucholz, Lucille Lamb, Joni Walker, Chris Ponce. Row two: Margaret jack, Dorothy Rogers, Sandy Phelps, Marge Forrester, Mary Nelson. Row ibrec: Wayne Light, Andy Bull, Dave Armitage, Steve Ellis, Dave Bon, Frank Foust. 194 Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda membership consists of business majors. Through this organization students are encouraged to develop business leadership, become better informed about oc- cupational choices, and participate in coopera- tive efforts. Club members type for Red Cross blood drawings, sell tickets at home basketball games, and type score sheets for basketball games. Row our: Noreen Rathjen, President, Miss Baxter, Advisor, Jean Flowers, Recording Secretary, Carol Strayer, Corresponding Secre- tary. Row iwo: Veldon Price, Program Chairman, Gary Windom, Treasurer, Dave Ewing, Vice-President. Q tigsgts . i Row one: Peggy Hurt, Diane Miller, LaRose Curtis, Margaret Olson, Carolyn Shawen, Nancy Thomas, Bev Falloon, Renee DeBow. Row Iwo: Leroy Vanden Oever, Bev Hoskinson, Connie Gibson, Carol Strayer, Sharon Arechuck, jean Flowers, Noreen Rathjcn, Joyce Kettlehut, Judy Frye, Elaine Behr, Karen Kent. Rau' fhree: Jim Baker, Ed lfllyson, Ken Carter, Gary Windom, jack Pace, Gordon Stringer, Dave Fwing, Glen Pol, Forrest Beymcr, Glen Groenig, Gary Angell, Roux four: Tom Clark, Rick Barton, George Cochrane, Gordon Six, David Lawrence, Cliff Woolery, Gary Bellamy, Veldon Price, Dave Carpenter, Steve Walden, Al Miller, Dick Stanton. l e 7 E Seated: Donna Ackerman, Vice-Presidentg Ralph Griffin, Mcrri Beymer. Standing: Don Lumley, Paul Rogers. Young Republicans Young Democrats The two political organizations on cam- pus work together to stimulate an active interest in government and politics. They work especially hard at election time holding campaigns on campus. Each party strives to make its philosophy known and accepted by the students. 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Q 5 ,L, ,.,,.aK, , kk fmt ' ,argl jglgffiazlrd rag' " i' 'iw-wtlfgsf ' ,ea f. :rail "W :ff Tfiftm, 'S ff . ta' 5' Rf, tg ,A A :QQ . 1, L. , A zma. "L fvrfiiv, fc rf 5 i ffl. f N' ,aa EMF ,F-'pw KN QV' wa-T' rw"9,w'f .5 lf ii ,J ff 43,4 rg QQ: Rfgghl Ewwlg Wim , Fqfgyq ix 1 SVU: ,,W- -A H Q -515 :Qi Ei Q , t '. , Qu-vga. ' x g A ,. l CCTIS'-A iy il xm'11,.w:Mlis.,X . .W ,. I Fl N rava a vvttv C Ju , - K I 7 ' 1 311152vafK'ifaz:frf1.t,? Q A 5 if i . fi 1 ' K l 1 i 145 Churche Rev. Howard Olson, pastor of Fairview Church of the Nazarene. 198 md a 423 3 ,l1,,.. ,, 1, 4, I 555555 5' 3 4 f J ES .H 4,1 ICRC. Q1g,,' , Rev. C. C. Smith, pastor of Bethel Church of the Naza- -+a.a..rt ll. r1,r , .t,,,. A llll V. ,al, ,LV I. . .K ,, M--f 4 FN 7 ' -1':4f6Eii5ie?gZ M ,wet Vu Nt Pl'-' I SRM'-W "'....-and l Y . I. 'W ff Q "Ulf Q' V 'Nw Vs .A 1,355 ...W 'f' v, ' V. -W " Vw My J,,,.., V , , ,V ylrmrq - ' li ' ' ri of ampa Rev. Earl Lee, pastor of First Church of the Naza- ICRC. vq 1 .v-Ga ska x Q- Rev. Harold Kiemel, pastor of North Nampa Church of the Nazarene. s Q -, ' ' " " Rev. Omar Barnhouse, pastor of Franklin Road Church of the Nazarene. 199 eys KEYS ARE FASCINATINGg AND THERE ARE SO MANY! THE MASTER KEY, "THE KEY TO THE KINGDOM," IS "SEEK YE FIRST-THE KINGDOM OF GOD- AND HIS RIGHTEOUSNESS--AND ALL THESE SHALL BE ADDED UNTO YOUY' KEYS ARE AVAILABLE. FAITH-SURRENDER- ACCEPTANCE-WALK-JESUS AND HIS KINGDOM FIRST. AS LIFE HAS OPPORTUNITY FOR ME, THERE IS A KEY MARKED "GOD'S WILL" WHICH WILL OPEN THE LOCKED DOOR OF LIFE. THEN I WILL LEARN THAT WHEN THE KEY DOES NOT FIT I AM REALLY NOT INTERESTED ANYWAY. "THY WILL BE DONE"- WORKS! THIS KEY FITS! Fall Revival N.N.C.'s fall revival was held October 13-16 with Dr. G. B. Williamson, General Superinten- dent, serving as evangelist. With his messages given in the chapel and evening services, Dr. Williamson moved the college and community to a deeper realization of the Holy Spirit in daily living. Spring Revival Beginning third term in a revival of spiritual in- tensity and quiet reawakening, N.N.C. students were privileged to participate in the Spring revival. Dr. Richard S. Taylor, whose intelligent and thought provoking sermons proved the impetus of the revival, spoke daily March 23-26 in the morning chapel hour and in the evenings at College Church. Mangum Lectures Rev. and Mrs. George Rench, missionaries to Taiwan, Free China, delivered the eigh- teenth annual Mangum Missionary Lectures at the college. Speaking with a fresh and con- cise viewpoint, the Renches presented a clear and vivid picture of Taiwan, its people, government, and religions. 202 X 5 0 . . n 'I' O Q Row one: Evelyn Wilson, Mrs. Orval Schmidt, Evangeline Rudeen, JoAnn Cook, Janice Henry, Corinna Hunter. Row Iwo: Miar Davidson, Naomi Heckathorn, Gwen Lewis, Mrs. Al Haynes, Sandy Winkle, Marie Barber, Linda Maurice. Row three: Mrs. Stan Funk, Mrs. Robert King, Mrs. Dave Conner, Trueline Taylor, Verna Combs, Mary Bomar, Kathy Hughes, Jean Hughes. Row four: Laura Gibson, Lorraine Jones, Virgina Arndts, Mary Knapp, Ruth Yancey, Iva Gibbens, Grace Goodwin, Trula Stone. Mns. RILEY Adwsor Shepherdess Club Composed of Wives of campus ministerial students, the Shepherdess Club meets monthly to discuss ways in which they may better prepare themselves to be effective ministers' wives. The Wife of our college president, Mrs. Riley, spon- sors the Shepherdess Club. Sealed: Shirley Middleton, Treasurerg Hannah Lindbloom, Co-Program Chairmang Judy Wentworth, Secretary. Sland- ing: George Larson, Co-Program Chairmang Paul Enns, Vice- Presidentg Dave Bon, Fellowship Chairman. DAVE SLAMP President Mn. RODDA Advisor General Missionary Society "You-the World Mission" was the theme chosen for the year by the General Missionary Society. The student body was made aware that they were each a part of world missions when the first G.M.S. chapel pledged ten full scholar- ships to the Nazarene Bible College in Taiwan. Each G.M.S. chapel created an awareness of the needs and activities of missions at home and on the world field. 203 2 DOUG SCHMIDT DR. SANNER President Sponsor Christian Workers Band Christian Workers Band selected as their motto for the year, "A Living Vessel." On Sunday afternoons, students go out in small groups to the nursing homes of Nampa and hold services. Churches over the Northwest Educational Zone enjoy the singing, preaching, and testifying of C.W.B. groups which travel many miles to truly be "Living Vesselsv for Christ. Council-Seated: Marvis Robley, Vice-Presidentg Paul Wardlaw, Treasurerg Evelyn Young, Secretary. Siamling: Linda Busick, Publicity Chairmang Judy Wentworth, Program Chairman. With the flames of cfandles burning in the darkness, students attending the annual C.W.B. candle lighting service in Kurtz Park feel the inspiration and challenge of being "Living Vessels" for Christ. Bob Worthen, Gene Deweese, John Bergren and George Knapp lead the Sunday afternoon groups as they held services in the nursing homes of Nampa. A trumpet trio composed of jack Pace, Gerry M-arsh and Paul Enns provides music for the candle lighting service. Foreign Missionary Band l Not only those called to the mission field but also students interested in missionary Work are welcomed by Foreign Missionary Band. Monthly meetings emphasize speak- ers who have been on the mission Held. F.M.B. supports foreign missionaries with letters, pledges, and prayers. Council-Row one: Mr. jones, Advisorg Betty Brooks, Publicity, Hugh Friberg, President. Row two: Aleta Soward, Secre- tary, Angela Dauterman, Treasurer. Row our: Marilyn Mahler, LaVerne Pace, Dorthea Dix, Myrna Rose, Angela Dauterman, Shirley Middleton, Alet-a Soward, Stella White, Margaret Luchsinger. Row Iwo: Nancy Taylor, Dorothy Rogers, Carolita Frcemen, Shirley Schell, Pat Buffett, Betty Brooks, Corringa Owen, Bethel Taylor. Row lhrfv: Ann Kiemel, Louise Rodeen, Faye Lawson, LoAnn Rudecn, Evangeline Rudecn, Evelyn Young, Kathleen Mosteller. Row four: Rod Nutting, Hugh Friberg, Don Gibbons, Mark Rudcen, Doug Schmidt, Charlene Moore. 206 N.N.C.,s ministerial students and inter'- ested Christian workers form C.M.A. mem- bership. It provides Christian fellowship, practical information, and inspiration. Regular monthly meetings have featured speakers and informal discussions on various aspects of the ministry. .- 1- I Council-Seated: Mr. Rodda, Advisor, Ralph Seward, President, Dr. Sanner, Advisor. Standing: Wendell Bowes, Treasurer, Aleta Soward, Secretaryg Stella White, Program Chairman, Paul Enns, Vice-President. Ministerial Association Kneeling: Harold May, Rex Crumrine, Cliff Woolery, Russell Bennett, Lyle Pointer, Paul Rogers, Ed Hughes, Lester Pinner, Harold Keene, Dave Bon, Don Gibbens. Row one: Virginia Arndts, Nancy Taylor, Karen Russell, Marilyn Dallmann, Shirley Schell, Alera Soward, Evangeline Rudeen, Corringa Owen, Pat Buffett, Judy Wentworth, Charlene Moore, Angela Dautermann, Kathy Fritz, Betty Brooks, Row lwo: Ron Hunter, Paul Enns, Roger Huff, Dick Mottram, Dwight Delp, Mark Rudeen, john Davidson, Lyle Coblentz, William Lewis, Doug Schmidt, John Carlson, Stella White. Row lbree: Ed Larson, Gernot Iverson, Rod Smith, Larry Bottemiller, Bill Woods, Chuck Taylor, Wendell Bowes, Ralph Soward, Hugh Friberg, Eugene De Weese, john Bergren, james Holiday, Lloyd Hankins, Row four: Dave Conner, Mark Hinds, Phil Gibbons, Dan Harmon, jerry Stone, Stanley Funk, Doug Armitage, Carl Mullen, Dan Berg, Bob Worthen, Orville Schmidt, Al Haynes, A-aron Knapp. x Key to FRIENDSHI P .-Qs. O1f'Wl.f Residences Dooley Hall Head Residents Sharon and Alan Rodda and Julie. 210 'FEE Q e rf eelee A in . :Q A quiet retreat for study is found by these girls in the recreational room of Dooley. MARILYN MONTGOMERY President Council, Iefl lo right: Mimi Welch, Vice-President, Shirley Middleton, Chaplaing Lynn Goin, Vice-Prcsiclentg Marvis Robley, Representativeg Evelyn Walker, Representative, Kathy Watson, Senior Representativeg Irene Smith, Senior Representativeg Sue Hoffman, Treasurerg Linda Hagemier, Social Chairman. W DENNIS WILDE President Wg, seiii ",: i5iQQ:l.ffI jazv.--iQQi?e1f'.,i1 'Li' ' 2 ARTHUR SEAMANS Head Resident Oxford Council-Sealed: Doug Bolles, Chaplaing Dennis Wilde, Presidentg Dave Larkin, Vice-President. Stand- ing: Jerry Gray, Trcasurerg Ken Heiber, Represent- ativeg Hugh Fribcrg, Represcntativeg Wayne Robbins, Secretaryg Tony Kupinski, Representative. -1-:PZ . li, all 4. A X z . rw- ., Q " ,xx A new residence for men this year, Oxford Hall is a modern, useful addition to our campus. The Seminar room is used for many meetings and discussion groups. E re or . .. x' -lf' V ,K A spacious lounge for study- ing or relaxing is found in each wing of Oxford. A new entry way was added to Mangum this year 1 - -Q-'ff' ll Mangum CHUCK TAYLOR President nf xi gi 'Q g ..,,., -- .i e A , , i - .,,,,mW, Q Q , e ,, eee,e e 5 'F b-.gg ,,.,, .NZ . ,f i ., i ' I K J we X 214 V 1 0 ff! - , f, K-W , f ,f, f 1 , E + Head Residents Mr. and Mrs. David Conner and sons Timothy and David. Cl "-sawn I 3 ,.... QM.. Enjoying the spacious rooms of Mangum, Harold and Terry settle down for an evenings ll study. Council-Scaiml: Dennis Forrester, Wing Advisorg Veldon Price, Wing Advisorg john Bergren, Treasurer. Siaml- ing: Cliff Woolery, Chaplaing Harold Sanner, Secreraryg Chuck Taylor, Presidentg Ken Bendedick, Vice-President. LA VERNE GUCHES President f I H4 MRS. MARY VOLK Head Resident My Morrison Ha 'H L. Council-Row one: Lo Ann Rudeen, Secretaryg Jewell Morgan, Representativeg Stella White, Repre- sentative. Row two: Laura Shires, Representativeg Betty Brooks, Vice-Presidentg Doris Young, Representativeg Leona Babb, Treasurer. 'I 23 '- ? 1 flu' if. 4 ' The lounges in the new wing of Morrison provide just the right ar- mosphere for studying or relaxing. Pwwbgfww if nf "w":s.f an Head Residents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Webb and Jay. Chapman Edwin Salisbury relaxes in the new lounge in Chapman Hall. Hall PAUL ENNS President . ,,,. Council-Seated: Gary Bartlow, Program Chairmang Keith Kirk- eidc, Treasurcrg Nelsen Enns, Secretary. szamling: Abe Espada, Chaplaing Dave Fraley, Vice-Prcsidentg Glen Groenig, Head Advisor. People. . . Places. . . Events . . Family and friends gather at the Nampa High Gym to witness the Commencement ceremonies for the class of 1964. Graduation Faculty and Regents join the Commencement program. 220 Junior Marshalls, Eugene Furuyama and Dorothy Bivins lead the processionals during the Commencement season. just a minute. That slip was here a minute ago Freshmen need much counsel and guidance as they begin college. , 5 f- I Registration is as hard on professors as it is on the students. Registration 1- . I Id-use-ngqq Everyone wants money! You would xhmk I was 2 money tree. .f - f 51 -r , I x 1 .A . ,,,f- Heading one reception line, Dr. and Mrs. Riley with Mark Rudeen, greeted new and former students after the reception Student-Faculty Reception , wi 222 . age, at ll T .a I Bi The traditional Student-Faculty Recep- tion featured the theme "The Time is Now .... " This gala occasion gave oppor- tunity for faculty and students to become acquainted. Special musical features were presented and greetings were heard from Student Body leaders. Dr. and Mrs. Riley were introduced and Dr. Riley addressed the group. Students and faculty mingled for refreshments and the program before a background of silhou- ettes designating the choices to be made in our college years. Kathy Slamp, A.W.S. president, welcomed faculty and students to the beginning of a new year. Entertainment by this campus musical group provided enjoyment to all. I ima ubsvw., i 2' Dr. and Mrs. Mayfield and Dr. Ford heading another reception line, become acquainted with two more of the record freshman class. f 'Xen Homecoming was a time of meeting old friends and alumni . . . the homecoming parade through the snowy streets of Nampa . . . Dorms dressed up in their best home- coming decorations . . . a lovely court . . . Queen Kathy the II, in the new queen's robe, crowned in an awe inspiring ceremony . . . Crusader basketball team beating the Alumni. Homecoming-a time of enthu- siasm and happy memories. Homecoming ..,1 Climaxing Queen Katby's "Autumn Reign" was her Coronation by Chuck Wikstrom, "N" Club president. Entbroned in a gigantic horn of plenty the queen and her court watched ras the Crusaders downed the Alumni. Bal 4, Nia f A u , Q91 Q ,jg ' , Qg5i,jf,, D QA Q, , Q 'e- -1 1 64 V pal N--A ...K Y. J M- A at ' Q, , 2 .. is , . V .- 5 ,E Princesses Karen Kirkman and Barbara Knight bundled up for the homecoming parade through Nampa. Princesses Charlene Sargisson and Merilyn Stark are all smiles as they prepare for their ride through downtown Nampa. Our autumn rain turned to snow but these little ones reigned over this float in the parade. The A.D.P.'s depict with their parade float the reign of autumn sports on the N.N.C. campus. f i? A 1, A ,ff ,Z H , ,V 12 1 'V 1' V ' ' if 'f ' ,K a , , 1 a,kk 2 V :,i ,gf K -it it f hhir , 2 leh t 7' r Q' 221' 61534 Exchanging alolias at the closed night party, A.D.P.'s Doris Young and Karen Bailey found the atmosphere to be most congenial. Closed Night The purpose of Closed Night is to bring new and old members of each society together. Each society organizes a party with a prominent theme for the evening. Refreshments are served and members are entertained by various talent within their society. Fun loving Athenians donned jackets, sweatshirts, and jeans for a hayride excursion to Lake Lowell on Closed Night. On-the-ball Olympian Linda Busick exhibits her prowess for threading a needle as Glen Groenig helps during the Closed Night party. Gerry Marsh, bongo drummer, helped set the pace for the Spartan variety show in the auditorium. LAX ii Linda must have given a funny answer to the quiz master as the S.L.A.'s enjoyed a night of C.B.S. 'at its best. if .L Imps, spies, and farmers were all present at the L.S.P. Hobo Party in the Student Center Halloween Party Hundreds of Masqueraders in all their imaginative attire came out of hiding to attend the all-school Halloween Party. After passing through the "horror house," the masqueraders were greeted by the master of ceremonies for an evening of sheer terror. u l l Zi? X tt Elegantly clad in their glad rags, Leland Pershall and date joined the rollicking throng at the house of horrors. After crawling through a maze of dark tunnels and following a rope, the genteel of N.N.C. gathered to witness a program of haunted humor. Exhibiting blood, scars, and ghoulish expressions, the guests at the haunted building added to thc horror of the Halloween party. 228 ., Many apparitions, such as this handsome lad, made their debut at the annual Halloween party. ex 1" Balloons, laughter, and horseplay all helped to make the evening pleasant for all. "Announcing-the first major break- 40 through in plate glass windowsf' Panorama '65 1965 Panorama gave the student body a chance to voice what they thought or wished would happen in 1965-at N.N.C., in the U.S.A., world-wide, on T.V.-styles, songs, news, stories, sports events, new professors, improvements . . . Well, time will tell. 'S Hugh models the latest fashions. Looks like we should expect a change in style this year. ,g 2 A.W.S. President, Kathy Slamp, Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Riley greet Big-Little Sister Tea Each year the A.W.S. sponsors a Big-Little Sister Tea for all freshman women and new stu- dents. Each upperclassman has a new student as her "little sister." The tea helps the freshmen and new students become acquainted with upper- classmen and faculty members. an upperclassman and her little sister Mrs. Imel pours for two lovely women of A.W.S., 4? Judi Adkins and Gayle Lee. Q ' ' Sweetheart Banquet K s fa ,Q ' "W The Sweetheart Court was seated resplenclently beneath a beautiful canopy of roses. Young gentlemen Kenneth Owens and Jay Marks assisted in the Coronation of Queen Pamela and King Dennis. f DIC 1 ,' 4:- Guests enjoyed an evening of candleligllted splendor at thc Sweetheart Banquet. a. The lions gather in their cage to make cunning plans for their role in the party. Pajama clad ladies excitedly planned a pantomime, which was pajama party. 2 3 2 Official ticket taker and animal trainer, Miss Baxter, looks on at the enjoyment. Among the activities spon- sored by A.W.S. is an annual pajama party. A zoo theme was selected this year with girls dressed as members of the animal kingdom. A wide as- sortment of entertainment in- cluded contests and fun for all. AWS Pajama Party The Big moment! Carl Mullen smiles as his beard is measured by the party. ?, it i 1 is e i f Stag Night is the one night a year when the men cast aside their Women. This year's jovial entertainment Was led by the antics of Del and Glenn Rimby. Winners of the beard growing contest Were selected and refreshments were served. The winners, Don Horton, Del Rimby, and Steve Fletcher pose proudly to show oif their M , I growth of beards. Stag ight A motley group of stags reflect varying degrees of interest at the events of their party 2 Circle K Banquet Q. it ' 1 -.r , N R joe Mash, Circle K President, presents Sweetheart Carolyn Shuck with roses and a gift as the high- light of the evening. The speaker for the evening was David Rinker, a former D . it 'S-4 student at N.N.C. Tyke and Lois, Lila and Paul seem to be enjoying the Polynesian atmosphere of the banquet. Speakers Topic of the Month, Asian Institute and other speakers provide many of the chapel f programs. Besides chapel, coffee hours, lectures, and individual counselling all take place when a speaker comes to the campus. Q 3 Dr. Wesche and Tyke Nichols talk with Senator Len Jordvan of Idaho. Senator Jordan spoke as a part of the Topic of the Month program. 4 Dr. Lapitan spoke on the Vietnam crises in chapel, at a coffee hour, and at the Asian Institute. E . geil 1 r I i 2 ? Q , r e 1 Q - s 2 7 or iw 3 - 1 i J., 3 I--f-Q Dr. Paul Orjala held conferences and chapel talks for students interested in missions and the seminary program. 235 2 Kathy Schoenfeldt shows her little sister Linda Bellamy how to catch a photog- ' iv. rapher's eye. Here Witches, soldiers and maids -what a scene! 36 What little Hawaiian boy is this and what is he making? Glen, don't treat Sally that i, gay- , , . way! 11-' ilk gag ,A MQ' Q-.. E tx .1 and You czm't take big steps like that Connic! Thais travclin'. F Q. ff? flair? jfs Raine and Rediger-two hayseeds from the sticks. would catch Only a party them dressed this wlay. Kathy and the students 'te excited over that seem qui play! Ther 9 How painful is the 1 the spectator! ife What men we find on 0 young .,' V X "handsome" ur campus. 2 Tl: UNL OCK D DOOR x Y A. . X .xx '-.4 1. .1 ,x K ...N k ,1 A W 4 kim , . -4 A x i xi ' x.. A 'xv f. 4 , J 1 jifla' 1+ ' -ir "- 1 Z' ' Q?-J .. I A f if ' L' fl- , . . 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' 2'-"'lk'1 J -X51 i' Lfaa a .T faff, 1. 1.11 iia s - ers..- --ig ..:" . fi' .- ' .- I 'Y - . I F- .. . 1 5 if 1 . .5 J 5 ,f L I X , 'Q--JN J :she I ,J XX ,U rx, f 1 rn " J nf- r ' .1 Myth . , L, 4 1 I I , AL 24-S., .. 3 1, r "Qr,'Yp -' A 4- n, cf ,f rn. ,,lh,, g vu ,R I I-I N, -.rr -a 1" f' 'Fix-i v 1 p 1 Q , - -l ,LY is 1 T- 1- ff E' .:- - -di , - ' B. ff: :'.f - -1-xjtf 'P , 5fL?-,"-YV ,,-ff ff- , ,:. its - , f' A 'W' Y 1 'rf 'N -- -.H -"-g-'rl fl, . A c x. 1- 2f'a, v... k 3.4 ' 1 . 1 . J rom Uwe 'N "5'6" 4 ii 5 ' vii ef? + 5 moan tams Boosters for N.N.C. REV. BERT DANIELS District Superintendent mmihinginn lgarifir Eizirirt to the ., I N-K-V Q ocean j,"- , -, b , ,I "N7 'Fig Ll WQWPF' LSL Jrvfg- Q- 1 , -'L ,W 2 'E' -ff-SEE: wg ' ...',f14' Bog " ' gg- '- ' ., . -Aff' f LQFQ- -7-fins .XN 'ir 741 -X FR- .1'1. , --.av - . A 1-aa . hs- .. H - 'K' V15 -f!""'!gU 5 v"'.ii:f?T""L?"?r Q PASTORS Omar Stover Jerry C. Wilson Stanley Ledbetter M. Lee Sullivan William J. Gunter Carl Coil Art Freeman J. C. Pults Robert W. Sheppard Merritt M. Mockler Mrs. Pearl Dixon Robert Denham J. K. French J. E. McConnell William Anderson Roger Lucas Weber McGarrah George A. DeVore Lyman Salisbury Edgar A. Kincaid Ramon P. Vanderpool Melvin Palmquist Lee R. McCleery Raymond Friberg Darrell B. Teare Leo Guffnet Phillip Ewy Walter E. Russell Paul Anderson James E. Dudley Gerald Aylett Winston Ketchum Howard Stephens Arthur H. Fish E. L. Bohannon Charles Gadbaw E. K. Bryant Robert R. Shafto Newell Denney Fred E. Fowler Arthur W. Fee Virgil Borden F. J. Cannon Gene Hoskinson Mark F. Smith Roy A. Litsey Donald Moore Dean Dace Edward Wallace Orville Pettibone Milton G. Bassett C. William Edgbert Bert Edwards, Jr. John Dycke David Huston Virgil K. Grover Clark H. Lewis Lawrence Edwards Donald Coonrod Percy J. Bartram Joseph Shafer Rex Miller Louis Van Brenk NQRTMWEST DJISTJPQKCT ALUTE5 T 9521965 -4 -my r A 2 F. fue, A Q 'av - "U 'fi ,. ,. , ," f 5' . 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W., -X . ,W ,.-, Tf- " fn FT! 1, W A' -A Jwfg- v 1'- 132 . v 'TQ-In xiii- :uf 3 , , Qeefffif W -Nfzff' A if H: :QA ,, If ,,,44,2,...-,,, faq- 7 'gvfv , nr: k-,i-:NJ A X A,,.W DISTRICT CAMP GROUNDS RAYMOND C.KRATzf:n CHARLES Wruces supsmnmvozwr ms, PRESIDENT hahn QDrPgnn Eintriri Glnngraiulatiunn 'anim limi mizhw in Qllanz nf 1555 District Officers I. F. Younger, District Superintendent Robert Jackson, District Secretary W. W. Moore, District Treasurer Howard Olson, Church Schools Chairman Omar Barnhouse, N.Y.P.S. President Lela Jackson, N.W.M.S. President Gbrvgnn Harifir Eiztriri District Center - Mllwauk Roy A. Green, District NYPS President Mrs. E. W. Shields, District NFMS President ie, Oregon Lowell C. Ellis, District Chairman, Church School Board W. D. MCGIHW, District Superintendent - :Impex QM as on I: ll A Il b I f ,ff . 1. ,:z, A .i WA A M2 I3 E " ll ll " " ll E ll ll QTM74-M4-P-15+--J-if-f-m4M-,ex D e e TW Earl G. Lee - Pastor Associates Dick J. Edwards--Christian Education and Music E. Dee Freeborn - Youth Walter H. Hurn - Visitation Qlnngruiulzniinnz - AND HER CLASS OF From the Nvuaha-Hiah Binirirt Nkirmfmcfescmil, isa FA mm MC in miles EA T0 NW in prayer WE supporrr NNC ,,,,, I Wrfu ova n amen, suoesfi, fftlbilfl, CHURCH SCHOOLS REV GLENDON FISHER DISTRICT NWNES. MRS. R0B5ROTNDDgNJ52.Eglt SUPERINTEIDENT NIP . REM RAY illnrkg illinuniain Biatriri Montana and Wyoming The Land of Shining Mountains fl 3 Advisory Board The Grand Tetons Robert Manley George Ronnekamp . G. M K ALVIN L. MCQUAY W C ay District Superintendent OSCHI' Llllld Svnnih Barham Eiairiri Qlhurrh nf thr an-:arvnv Believes in NORTHWEST NAZARENE COLLEGE and Congratulates the Class of 1965 Albert 0. Loeber - Dist. Superintendent Ruth C. Loeber - N.F.M.S. President Janies Ranum - N.Y.P.S. President Glen Dayton - Church School Chairman "All Graduates of N. N. Cf' 247 1 -.., g. 5' -,-w K :gm 5 . K . N- . , . - - 5 , 5' ""A f ' 7 :Qfg S55 Nnzarrnv I hrnlngiml Svvminarg 1700 East Meyer Boulevard KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Lewis T. Corlett Mendell Taylor President Dean . . . the Singing Church ROGER L. CLAY Minister of Music FRANK KENNEDY S.S. Superintendent MRS. ELDEN LEE N.F.M.S. President MRS. K. BERGSTROM- N.Y.P.S. President 1331111111 Smit Qllgurrlg nf 1132 NEIZEIFPIIP 5525 S.E. Rhone Portland, Oregon CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '65 1965 N.N.C. Students Carol Bucholz Bob Danker Jim Danker Carol Halton Judi Jacob Paul R. Nesmith, Pasto Eliirai Glhurrh nf the Nazarvnv Center at Thirteenth Salem, Oregon REV. A. G. JEFFRIES, Pastor Don Mesman, S.S. Supt., Grad. N.N.C., 1953 Ed Hosford, N.Y.P.S. President, N.N.C., 1958-59 Mrs. L. I. Flathers, N.W.M.S. President N.N.C. Students Nancy Farmer Marilyn Oldenburg Tami Hosford Gordon Patterson Dan Larkin Wayne Robbins Dave Larkin Gordon Six Susan Obert Roberta Six ALWAYS BOOSTERS OF N.N.C. Hirst Qlhurrh nf The Nazarrnv ,QWWN Donald C. Moore, Pastor 4401 Second Ave. Northeast Seattle 5, Washington Our N.N.C. Students Adele Larsen Linda Miller Corinne Merkel Dick Mottram Gene Olson Pat Olson Carolyn Shuck Donna Stewart Judy Wynkoop Bruce D. Webb Minister of Education r X With deepest appreciation for N.N.C. t Eliirut Qlhurrh nf the Nazarene Corner of 14th and Ogden Streets Phone 384-5835 E?-ev , CARL J. FRIESEN Past Congratulations to the Oasis Staff and Northwest Nazarene College When E Worship in it I 'im M with Medford Us fflivhfnrh iliimi 520 North Holly Street Medford, Oregon Harold M. Sa Pastor 250 l x Glhurrh nf ihv Naznrvnv for M ee 9th-Ford Streets A l McMinnville, Oregon Pastor- J. L. VANARSDEL Students from McMinnville Kathy Bunn Carole Strayer Ron Butchart TGITY Armstrong Mike Magee Stan VanArsde1 0urJol1 I to Tell ofthe Go pel S ofl'eace O tl1 all-fed offset p ess, an edt n of the HERALD OF HOLINESS will be printed in about 6 hours f20,000 t 25 000 pies per hr.J compared to 40 hf. on th old equip t WMQQEQEQUEHQ EFSSHQEQNQOWPQWSE cgfze Glzurcll with cz Tninistry Qest Uylslzes to tfze ass o 55 W. Donald Wellman, Pastor Kenneth Hills, Minister of Youth Laurie Ransom, Minister of Music glzrst Church of tlze Nazarene 8th and Madison Eugene, Oregon ,,.,:, , U K my Efirai Glhurrh nf ihr azarvnv Richland, Washington A proven message, a public influence, an eager program A City embraced by three great rivers, Powered for Tomorrow, Geared to Research An opportunity for prepared people. A ministry to and welcome for all who come. MILO L. ARNOLD, Pastor 1ll 2 A I A I , ' ' Zliirnt Qlhurrh nf the Nas-:nrrnr ,M T WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON A D. R. Peterman, Pastor 1 P. L. Beals, Minister of Visitation Represented at N.N.C. by the Following Students: Marilyn White Lyle Coblentz Stanley Wilson Bill Woods Tom Hendrickson Janet McCabe Delwin Rimbey Carol Sornson Glenn Rimbey Elaine Royse Eliirni Glhurrh nf Thr azarrnv Duane E. Muth Minister YAKIMA, WASHINGTON Wholeheartedly Supporting NORTHWEST NAZARENE COLLEGE Edwin E. Crawford, Jr Associate Minister 2 Grady Cantrell Pastor Dave Friesen Minister of Music 5fir5i Qlhurrh nf ihv Nalzarvnv 1200 LIBERTY ROAD BOISE, IDAHO C6521 561555 13511 0115155 nf' E5 iQi1lrrr5I Qlliurrli nf 1115 Nazarmw Vancouver, Washington P. J. Bartram, Pastor Dr. George Franklin, Minister of Visitation Warren Franklin, Minister of Music LlmIII1'PlEIIlh Glhurrly nf Ihr Nazarrne W. E. Thompson, Minister CONGRATULATIONS Class of '65 Donna Ackerman Merilyn Stark Norma Powell Steve Cox Don Willis 7805 S.E. 17th Avenue-Portland, Oregon offering a Christ-centered program based on the Word with a community interest and a world-wide missionary outreach - I ef 1 new church and educational unit dedicated November 29, 1964 i f 1 ' I 1 V , 1, ' V 1 .l '.Q1-,gfQ,.,lQW 'm l A e x FIRSC churzch OF che nazalzene MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA heart city of the Upper Midwest REV. ROBERT E. HARDING, Pastor When in North Dakota visit .ilamwainmn Qlhnrrh nf the Nazarene 216 4th St. N.W. Jamestown, North Dakota CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1965 BEST WISHES TO a Wonderful Christian College N.N.C. Glvntral Glhurrh ni the Nazarene IS PROUD OF N.N.C. G. Franklin Allee George Dunbar Minister Minister of Music 116 N.E. 29th Ave. Portland 15, Oregon 271111111 572112111 Glhurrh nf thr NEIZEIFPIIP 565 Madrona Sz Commercial S.E. Salem, Oregon R. LLOYD HIRKS, Pastor MAYNARD GILMORE, S.S. Supt. DICK RAMSEY, N.Y.P.S. Pres. ELOISE BINGENHEIMER, N.F.M.S. Pres. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '65 illaiririem Glhurrh nf the NEIZEIFPIIP Corner Fairview and High Nampa HOWARD OLSEN -Pastor North Nampa Qlhurrh nf this Nazarvne Rev. Harold E. Kiemel P t I 'Iles l E 608 - 14th Avenue North as or Ken Tippitt Minister of Music iimmptt, lfhahn Glhurrh nf Thr Nazmrrnv Glhurrh nf the Nazarrnr Smppurting N.N.,01. 1964-65 Students Delbert Elwood Connie Gibson Lloyd Hankins LeWayne Hoffman Eddie Howard Ralph Nichols Stephanie Nichols Linda Wood Newport, Oregon Walter Howard, Board of Regents CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Robert 0. Jackson, Pastor Roscoe Pershall - Pastor iirilgrl Glyurrly nf ilu' NEIZEIIIPIIP Spokane, Washington Inspirational Singing Holiness Teaching Evangelistic Preaching "A church set on a hill cannot be hid.', Arthur E. Mottram Matt. 5:44 Class of '44 S Qllmrrlg nf the Nazarmue MOLALLA, OREGON 2nd and Berkley LADIES', MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR featuring Nationally Advertised Brands John Brockmuller P.O. Box 167 Pastor Phone 829-9339 SAGA FOOD SERVICE SERVING OVER 150 COLLEGES AND HOSPITALS BECKER'S "Your Hometown Hardware" Specializing in China and Crystals Free Aid in Selection of Your China and Crystals "Be Sure to Register Your Patterns" 113 13th Ave. S. Nampa Phone 466-2346 7 Albertson Food Center "Your Une Stop Slyopn Bakery Fountain Meats Grocerles Variety 715 12th Avenue South Nampa Ser -14- Center bfllg HWALGREEN AGENCY, MEET THE GANG AT CLIFF 'S N -, 72o16thA.s. 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FURNITURE and APPLIANCES PICK UP AND DELIVER II2 - I3II1 Avenue So., Nampa, Idaho Phone 466-3687 . M R az v 01lCo. ,et my QI Q A SCHDINIS 4 ALL STANDARD o1L PRODUCTS Complete Floor Coverings Ph 466 3,27 one ' D I 1211 - 3rd Sl. SO. Phone 466-0581 Nqmpll h- Caldwell 1 Wilder STONES Q Lumber Q Coal Q Building Material "The Pioneer Yard" Established 1906 Lumber Yard Coal Yard 15 Ninth Ave. So. 10 Ninth Ave. So. PENNEY'S Al. WAYS FIRST IN QUALITY Congratulations N.N.C. " G7Qvaiml9 " Looking toward a 7 million dollar 54 acre campus with 1,200 students: a faculty of 60, 50010 with doctorates, library book holdings of 70,000 volumes: a sound edu- cational program grounded in the Word of God, dedicated to spiritual values. BU Five Years ol Advance! , NNCS MONO U H To Educate More Youth! geek ye fm., the To Serve God and Humanity! Kingdom of God" -A- Ackerman, Donna ,.,. Adkins, Judi ......,,Y.,Y Alexander, Catherine Alyea, Carol ,,,,........,. Anders, Sharlene ,,,,. 2. Anderson, Darlene ,,,, Anderson, Kent ,,,,,,,, Anderson, Richard 2. Angell, Gary ,,,,,,,,,,,r Angier, Marjorie ....,, Arechuk, Sharon ,,,,,. Armitage, Dave ,,.., Armitage, Doug ,,,,. Armitage, Rona ,.,,, Armstrong, Terry ,,,, Arndts, Virginia ,,,,, Arneson, Glen .... Arnold, John ,,,,,, Aylett, Gerald .... Ax, Marolyn ,,,,.. 222222222125, 163 83, 2222131,154, 2f22124f -B- Babb, Ellen .... Babb, Leona ,,,,, Bacon, Donna ,,,,,, Bailey, Karen ,,,,,, Baker, James ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Baldwin, Bernard ,,,.,. Ballard, Franklin ,.,,,. Barber, Paul ,,,,....,,,,., Barney, Wyla ,,,,.,.,.,., Bartholomew, Shirley Bartlow, Gary ,,,,,,,,,, Bartlow, Howard ,,,,.. Barton, Richard ,,,, Basham, Bradley ,,,,, Baskin, Johanna ,,,,, Bean, Richard ,,,,..... Beckwith, W'ayne ,,,,,, Beebe, Ronald ,,,,,,,,, Beem, Beverly ,,,,,, Beeson, Nancy ,,,, Behr, Elaine ,,...,,. Belisle, Jonathan ,..,, Bell, Cathryn ,,,,,, Bell, Rodney ,,,,, Bellamy, Dixie ,a,. Bellamy, Gary ,,..,,, Bellamy, Linda ..r,.., Bemis, Lynda .....,,.,,,, Benedick, Kenneth .2 Bennett, Evelyn ........ Bennett, Russell ..... Benson, Arlene ,,., Berg, Daniel a,... Berggren, John ,,,, Besherse, Bernie ,,,t, Betz, Steve ....,,,,.. Beymer, Forrest ,,.,, Beymer, Meredith ,,,,.. Bickle, Linda ,,,,..,,,,,, Bingenheimer, Alan 22 Birks, Louise .2 ,a,, .2 Blanton, Dennis ..... Bleese, Teddie ,,,,,,,.,,,, Blewctt, Michael ,,,,,, Bolles, Douglas ,,,.,,,,,, Bomar, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bon, Dave .,,,,,, 63, 7 Booth, Williani ,,,,,,,,,, Bort, Erma ,,,,, Bottemiller, Lawrence Boughton, Phillip ,,,,,, Bowen, Burton ,.,,... Bowers, Donald 22 2 Bowes, Wendell ,,,,, Bozarth, Ken Braatz, Jerry ,,.., 270 Student Index 83,190,195 ,189,192,230 2 .,,, 131,183 22222222119 2222131,183 119,125,150 160,167,191 119,191,194 235,125,190 nnhn131,194 nnu.131,193 130,131,207 Wn32,72,119 125,173,215 125,202,207 22222222125 222125,182 222222131 222125,181 222125,183 222125,217 14 2Hnh83,226 222294,125 22222222283 .UUn72,84,168 2 2 22284 22 2. .,i.t.a,.,,,aa,, ,131,183 222,2222222222222222131 2221 ..., 72,125 142,144,219 2222222222222222131 2222119,149,154,194 22222222222222119 222131,190 22222125 222131,1s3 2 ,..,,2,,2 131 222222222222222222s4 222222222222222222131 2222131,173 179,183,194 22222222222222222114 2 ,,22,,,,2.,,2221,, 84 22222130,131,147 22222222222222131 2222119,1e2,191,194 222222222222131,176,190 22222222222222222131,195 2.32,12S,149 151,153,215 2222222222222222s4,72,85 2222222222222222131,207 222222222222 22222222131 WWS3,ll9,170 180,188,207 222222222125 205,207,215 22222222222222222222131 222222222222222125 ,222131,150,191,194 22 222228n195 22222222125 2, .1,,22,,,22,,22,.. .132 dWnl32,183,190 2222222222132 222222222222222222222132 222. 2 22,,,, ..,222,,,,,,,,, 119,157 n1l9,l58,180,l8l,l88,2lZ 222222222222222222222119 8,85,149,163,193,203,207 222222222222222222222119 ..2 2. ,,,,.., 12285,1s7 222 nnnl25,184,207 222 2222222222132 22222222222117 .22222222222132 22272,125,181,207 2 , 132,182,184 Braatz, William ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, aY,,,, 1 3 2 Braddock, Ameliz ,,,,, .......,,,..i...... 1 25 Bramson, Lorraine ,,,,. ,,.,,.,, 1 ZS 181 191 Brandt, Melvin ,,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 1 32 Brassheld, Janie ,.,,,, .....,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 32 Brewer, Barbara ....., .,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,..., 1 32 Brooks, Betty ,,,,,,. ,,,,,, 1 19, 206, 207, 217 Brown, Fred ,,,,.,,.. ..,,,,,..., ,,,, 1 3 2 146 Bucholz, Carol ,,,,, ....,,,, 1 32 191 193 Buffet, Patricia ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 ZS, 206, 207 Buker, Pearl ,,,,,, ,,,,,... .,.,,,,., 1 1 9 Bull, Andy ,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,........,. 1 32 193 Bundy, Dianne ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,3, 1 32 179 Bunn, Kathy ,,,,..,.,..,,... S3,61,72,73,86 148 224 Burkholder, Gary ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,........,,,,,, 1 19 187 Burks, Keith .,.,....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Burnett, John ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 32 Burns, Judy ..,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,, 1 32 179 Burns, Richard ,,,,.. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,.,..... 1 32 146 Burns, Sandra ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,,.....,......,,,, 1 19 Busick, Linda ,,,,,,,.,..,,,,. 72,119,160, 190, 204 226 Buss, Martin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..............,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 125 Butehart, R0n ..., 118,160,169,175,180,181 188 - C .2 Caba, Paul .....1.,,.. ,,,,,, ,,,,3,, 1 3 2 Campbell, Floyd ,,,,.. ,,,.,,,,,3,, 1 32 Canonge, Don ,,,,,,, ...,,.. 1 32 146 Cantrell, Barbara ,,,, ,.,..,..,,,, 1 25 Carlson, Elaine ,.,., ,,,,,3,,3, 1 32 187 Carlson, Jack ,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Carlson, John ,,,,...,.. ,,,,,,,, 1 32, 161 207 Carlson, Marvin ,.,.,,,,, ,....,,,,....,,,,Y. . 786 Carmichael, Dianne ,,,,.. ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 32 191 Carpenter, Dave ,,,,,..,, ,.,.,... 1 13, 171 194 Carpenter, Martha .,.., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,3,,, 1 25 Carrier, Donna ,,,.. ,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,. 1 32 Carter, Dennis ......., ,,.,,..,,.......... 1 25 Carter, Kenneth ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 19, 173 194 Cartwright, Dennis ,,,,,, .,,,.,,.,........,, 1 32 Case, Connie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 32 160 Castledine, Edward ..,.., .,.,,,, 1 32 151 Cavin, Marilyn ..,..,,,,,, ....3....... 1 19 Chadwick, Susanne .,.,,, ....,.. 1 17 179 Chandler, Joyce ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.... 2 286 Chase, Marguerita ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 32 Chenoweth, Colleen ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 32 Chenoweth, Raymond ,,,,. ,,,,,,3,3, 1 32 Childers, Karen ..,.,,,., ,,,,,,, 1 32 147 Christie, Willa ,,,,, ,,,,,,3.,. 1 33 Clack, Betty ,,,,,. ,,,,,,...,,,,.,.,.,,.. . 86 Clark, Laura ,,,,.. .,,,,....,.,,,,,,,, 1 25 184 Clark, Sharon ,..,,,, ,..... 1 25,179, 181 184 CHark,Stephen ,,,,, ....i 119,158,187 188 Clark, Thomas .,.,. ,.,....,,,,,,,,..,,3,3... 1 94 Coblentz, Lyle ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,...,...... 2 07 Cochrane, George ,,,,... ,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 8 7 194 Collins, Dwight ..,.,. ,,,,,,.. 1 18, 147 182 Conner, Alice .r2,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 1 32 Conner, David ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 2, 87, 207,214 Cook, Glenn ,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 X7 Cooper, Judith ,,,,,,,,....,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,, 125,181 191 Corlett, Jean ..,,,,,,,,,,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 114 Coulter, Gary .,,, 119,121,151,1S3,162,174 175 Cox, Lavona ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i ,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 1 9 179 Cox, Steve ,.,.,,,, ,,,.,, 1 14 187 Craker, Velma ,,,,, 2 ,,,,r.,, 117 Crandell, Judy ,,,,, ,,,,.,,.,,.,, 1 17 Crumrine, Rex ,,,,, .,.,,,, 1 33 207 Cummings, Jerry ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 33 182 Cummons, Loren ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 33 Curtis, LaRose 22 .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 25, 194 195 Cutshall, Richard ,i,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 - D .2 Dains, Sandra ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 3 3 Dallmann, Marilyn ,,,,,, .,,,, 1 33 207 Daly, Ronald ,,,.,.,,,, 119 Damon, Sylvia ,,,., ,,,,,, 8 8 Dane, Nancy ....,, Daniels, Janet ,,.,,, Daniels, Phyllis ,,,,,. Danker, Bob ,,,,,,,,,, 22 Danker, James ,,,,,,,,,,,, Dautermann, Angela Dautermann, Fred 22 Davidson, Beverly 22 Davidson, John ,.,,,,,,. Davis, Carolyn ,,,,,, Davis, Connie .,,,,, Davis, Dorothea ..,, Deakins, Betty ,,,,,, Deakins, Robert ,,,, DeBow, Renee ,..,,. Deering, Sally ...... Delp, Dwight ,,,,. Dennis, Vernon ,,,. Denny, Fern ..,,,,,,.. Denney, Jeanette ..,,, 33 222133 183 2.2 ,,,. 2 2 125 2222272,12s 159 22222133,172 182 222 222288,181,205,207 22 22 222u9 222133 222207 222288 222133 22,133 a22s222222222222212s sa2222222222222222J33 222133,173,179,183,194 -hw-nuUn79,126,158,236 2 2 2,,2.22 133,195,207 2222222222288 2222.126,184 DeWeese, Eugene 2,,,2 ,,,,,,, 1 33, 205, 207 Dibble, Sue ,22222,,,, YY,,,,YY,Y-,,,,, 1 26 Dix, Dorthca ,22,22 ,,,,,,,,YY,,---,,-,,,,,,,-,,,,,,, 2 06 Dodson, Devota 2222 22,,,2.222,,222-,2,,,-,,,,,,--, 7 2, 118 Dodson, GSH ...2.. ..222 131,133,172,179 183 Dodson, Lela ,2222 YY,,,,,,-YY2YY,-,--,,YY---,,-,,,--,,, 1 33 Doorn, Diawn 2222,,2,2 ,,-,,,, 3 9, 190 Draper, Cheryl 2,,,,, -,,,,-,,,, 1 33 Durham, Linda ,,2,,, ,-1,,,Y, 1 33 Durgan, Lynn ,,,,,,Y,, -,,Y,,,,,, 1 26 Durhcim, Kathryn ,,,,22 ,,,,,,,, 3 9, 237 Durheim, Larry ,2222 --,,,, 1 26, 159 Dykstra, Diane ,,,2222 ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 33 Dykstra, Karen .2222 ,2,,, 1 26 E - Easley, Janet 2222,,22 222,,,,,222,,,,,,,,,,22----,,,,,---- 1 19 Edgerton, Larry ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,2,,,-,2,,,222,-,,,,,,,,--,, 1 14 ENB, Dennn 22..22 ..2222, 62,s9,1s5,179,1s5,195 Ellis, Kathy ...22 2,,222222,,,,,,,,,2,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26,184 Ellis, Lona ,,,,2,2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18,119 Ellis, Stephen 22222, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 1 jj,182, 193 EHys0n, Edgar 22,...2 ..222.22 119,149,151,152,194 Elwood, Delbert 2,222 YYY2,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,YYY, , 2,133 EngeUdnz, Kay -rrrr .2222 119,142,151 Engles, Janet 222,2,22 222,,,2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,,, 7 2 , 126 Enns, Nelson 2.22....,..,2,,,,,22,2222222,2,,2,,,,, 126,181, 219 Enns, Paul 222.222.....2, 32,89,18S,203,205,207,219 Eshelman, Biff 22222222,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,,-,,,,,,,,,Y, 125 Espada Abrahani ..22, ...22222 113,154,1SS,17S,2l9 Essley, Lana ,,,2,,22 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,Y,,-, 1 26 Evans, Gary ,,,,, ,,,,--,, 1 26 Evans, Karen 2,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 33 Ewing, David ,..... -,,,,,,, 1 94 1: - Fairbanks, Earl ,,,,,22 ,YYYYY 114, 181 Falk, Dennis 22222222 ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26 Falloon, Beverly 2,,2, ,,,,,, 1 33, 194 Farmer, Nancy 222,,2, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 33 Ferguson, Alma 2,,,, ,,,,,, 1 20,160 Fillmore, Tillie 22,2222 ,,2,,,22222222,,,,2,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Finn, Betty ,,,2,2,222 ,,,,,,,2,,,,,2, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 2 0 Fletcher, Steve .,2,22, 22,,,2 1 26, l64,188,192,233 Flowers, Charles 22,,2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 33 Flowers, Harold ,2222 22222222,,,22,2,, 1 51, 134 Flowers, Jean 22 ,22222 ,,2,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0,171,194 Forrester, Dennis 222222 ,,,,,, 1 20,170,188, 215 Forrester, Marjorie ,,2,222 ,,,,,,,,,2,, 1 20, 193 Foster, Linda ,,22,,,2 222,22222222,,,,,,,,2,,2 ,126 Foust, Franklin ,,222 ,2,22 ,,,,,,,2,,,,, 1 3 3,193 Fowler, Steve 22,,2,2222, 222222 1 33, 1S0,1S8, 182 Fradenburgh, Diane 222222222222222,,,,,2222222,,,,,2,,,,,,2,,,, 134 Fraley, David 222222222126,l47,151,157,158,18s,195,219 Franklin, Kay 22,,22 22 2222222222222,,22222222,,,,,,,,,,2 90, 190 Fraser, Gregory .222222222222.,..2,22222222222222222222222 134, 182 Frazier, Carolyn 22 2222,,22 134 Freeman, Bonita 2.222 22222222 1 20 Freeman, Carolita ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y 126, 162,179, 181 Friberg, Hugh 60, 82, 90,177,187,188,195, 206, 207, 212 Friessen, Harlan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126, 149, 150 Fritz, Kathryn ,,,,. ,,.... 1 20,160,172, 181 Frye, Judi ,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,.. 7 9 130,134 Fuller, Timothy ,,,,,, ..,.,,,,,,,.,.,..,,.,,,, 1 20 Funk, Stanley .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,11.....,,,...1, 1 14 Furuyama, Eugene ,,,,. ,.,,,. 6 5, 72, 91, 187 -G- Gacey, James ,,,.,.. Gammond, Mel ,,,1, Ganski, Ellen ,.,.... Garlic, Marilyn Gartin, Nancy ..... Gates, Tamara .,,., Gauntt, Dawn ,,,,, Geary, Anna ,. Gebhardt, David .,.. Geist, Glen ,,,,,,,,,,, Gibbens, Don ,,,,... Gibbens, Phil ,,.,,,, Gibson, Connie .,... Gibson, Vernon Gilbert, Terry ,,,,, Gilmore, Laura ..... 206 229 168 207 194 187 207 220 26 2222131,134 ,179 91 1 20 ,206 ,184 1 34 N112 222222126 120 134 134 126 126 183 120 134 120 207 207 194 181 126 190 Glenn, Denver ..... ..,.....,... 1 26 Gobbi, ROn ,,t,..,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,..., 1 34 182 Goin, Cheryl ,,,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Goin, Lynn ........, e..... I 20,176 181,192 211 Goldsmith, Ray .,,.,. .,,..,,........,.........,. 1 47 184 Goodwin, Sydney ,1,.... 22 ,...,,,..,. .,.,......,..,.. 1 34 Graham, Janet ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, 7 2 120, 148 162 Graham, Loren ,...,, ,,..,,,, 1 26 142,143 149 Graham, Ronald v,,, ..,...,.,,,i,........... 1 27, 150 Graves, Patricia ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 127, 169, 181 191 Gray, Jerald 120,142,145,147,151,152,16l 177,188,212 Gregory, Brenda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 134, 183 Griep, Dan .................,,.......,.,...,,,..... ....,,,, 1 27 180 GrnEn,Ralph ettt... ..,,,, 120,149 154,182 195 Grifhth, David ,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,....., 1 20 185 Griffith, Jerry ....,,,,,, 2 .,.,,,,, 134 Griiiith, Sandra ,.,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 134 Groenig, Glen 22 ,,., 32,72,79,127,160,188,194,219,226,236 Groom, Ronald ,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,..,,,..,,,,,,,,, 134,163 181 Grover, Rosetta .........,...............,..........,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,, 91 Guches, LaVerne ,,,, ,,,.,., 3 2 120,172 178 Gunderson, Gary ,,,,,,, ,.....................,, 1 34 Gurley, Jean ,,,,,.,,,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,., 1 34 183 Gutheridge, Margaret ,,,,.,.. ...,,,,.. 1 27 - H - Hagemeier, Linda ,,,,,,, ..,.., ,,,,,,, 9 1 , 211 Hagman, Susan ,,,,,. ,....,,,, 1 34, 190 Halter, Linda ....... .,..... 7 2, 82, 92 Hancock, Glen ,,,,. ,,,,,,.,, . . 92 151 Hancock, James ,,,,,, ....,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 149 Hankins, Lloyd .,,,,, .....,, 1 20,189, 207 Hansen, Paulette ,,,, ..........,,,,..,, 1 20 Hanson, Donna .,,... --------- 1 34 Harmon, Daniel .,,,.. ...... 1 34, 207 Harrell, Agnes ....,,,. -----,---v,- 1 27 Harrington, Larry ,,,,. ,,,,., 1 20 188 Harshaw, LeRoy .... ,,,,,,,,, 1 20 Hartley, Sharon ,.,,,, ....,,-,,,.. 1 27 Haynes, Albert ..,., ....-, 1 17, 207 Hays, Irene 22 ..,.,, ...,, 1 20 148 Hays, Ron ,,,,,,,,......... -----, 1 27 Heckathorn, James ,,,,,, ...,.,,, 1 14 Heinold, Elaine ,,,,,, ,..,,....,....... 1 34 Henderson, Lois .,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Hendrickson, Tom ,.., .,,,,.. I 20, 159 191 Henry, Louis ,,,,,,, .....,........... 1 34 Heriford, Kathy ...... ,,,,,, 1 27 Herre, Jane .,,.,,,., ,,.,,,. 1 34 Herrick, Sandra ..,..... ,,,,..., 1 20 Hickerson, Lloyd ......, ...... 1 27 Higgins, Diane ,,,,, ,,,,,, I 34 Hiller, Marilyn ,,,,. ,,.,....., 9 2 Hilliard, Nancy ....., .,,,,,,,,,11,,,,, 1 27 Hills, Pamela ,,,,,,, ..,.,,,........ 1 34 182 Hinds, Mark ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 27,150 207 Hiner, Jay ,,,,,,,,,., Hobson, S11nDee ,,,,,,,,, Hoffman, LCWIHYHC ,,,,,, 117 34 2.2.2292 Hoffman, Susan ,,,,. .,,,,,, 1 20,176,178,180, 211 Hokum, Ruth .... ..,,,.............,..,,..,sss... 7 2,93 Holcomb, Paul ,...,,, ............... 1 34 Holiday, Jim ,,,,,, ,,.,,,.,., 1 27 207 Holloway, Tom ,,,,, .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 16 Holman, Harold .,,, ..,,,,,, 1 34,146 150 Holton, Stan ,,,,,,,,,,, ............... 7 2 127 Horner, Carolyn ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, 1 27 184 Horton, Don .,.,,,,., ,,.,...........,.......,, 1 27, 233 Hosford, Tamara ,,,,,. ,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Hoskinson, Beverly 134,179, 190, 194 195 Hougland, Don ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 27 Housinger, Eldon ,,,,,, ,,,,, 7 2 127 Houts, Carolyn ,,,,. .....,.,,.,, 1 27 Howard, Earl ....,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 184 Howard, Eddy ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Huber, Ken ,,,,,,,, ....,,,, 1 20,175 179 Hudson, Debrea ,,,,. ,..,...,,.......,.. 1 91 Hudson, James ,,,,... ,i,,,,i,,,,,,,,, 2 93 Huebner, Adele ,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,....,........,,.... 1 35 Huff, Audra ,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35,183 184 1105, Roger ,,,,.,i.... .,.,,,, 127,179,181,185 207 Huffman, Gladys .,,,,, ,,.,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Hughes, Edwin ..... ,...... 1 35 207 Hulcy, Lasita ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 35 Hunter, Corinna ,,,,.. ,,,,,,,....,, 2 02 Hunter, Ron ......... ....,,, 1 20 207 Hunter, Ruby ,,,, ,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,, 1 20 190 Hurt, Peggy 2. .,,,, 2 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,... 135,194 Hydorn, John ,,,, ,,,,,, 1 20,179,181,191 11ydorn, Judy ..,, ,,,,.. 135,179,183,184 Ingram, Alice ,,,,,, Isaac, Verna ,,,,,,,, Iverson, Gernot ,,,, Jack, Margaret ,,,,,, Jackson, Lois Jackson, Lyle Jacob, Judith Jacobs, Larry Kmzler, Floyd ...............,..........,,,,...... Kirkeide, Keith 222222222,53,1 Kirkman, Karen 2222222222272 Kitzmiller, Judith Kjonnas, Margaret Klein, Naomi .,,,,,,, Kliewer, Nancy .... Kliewer, Richard .2 Knapp, Aaron ........ Knapp, George ,,.,,, Knight, Barbara ,,.. Koller, Lois i,,,,,,,,,,, Komp, Clyde ,,,,,,,, Kooman, William .2 Krahn, Diana ...,,,,, Kratzer, Jeanne ,,.. Kronberg, Marvin Kueh, Linda .,,,,,,,,, Kupinski, Anthony Lamb, Lucille ....,.., Lamm, Robert ....., Lancas ter, Ronald Landis, Elizabeth 22 Landon, Paula Lane, Maxeen ,....... 14 20 1 3 5, 207 2 ....22 22222,2,22.,,,.,.,, 135,193 120,175, 195, 234 2222222212o,151 3 5 2222127,147,185 Larkin, Daniel ,,,,,. Larkin, David ,,.,., Larson, Ed ,..,,,1,,,,, Larson, Ernest ,,,,.. Larson, George ....,. 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Lee, Gayle ,2,222,,222222 Lee, Michel ......2 Leff, Helen 2.2..2 Leif, Melvin ,222222 Leppert, George Jagger, James 2222.. 22..........2 1 27, 191 Jahn, Beulah 2.222 2222.22222222.2..222 9 3 James, Shirley .22222 ...222 1 35 Jasper, Gary .2.22222 2,.222222 1 20 Jennings, Lydia ,222 ,2222,22222 2 293 Jensen, Gary ,,22222222 22222,2 1 35, 181 Jimenez, Alejandro 2.2222.22222 135 Jobbins, Mike 2222...2 22 2 222222222 117 Johnson, Carl ,,2,2222 .22222,2.2.2.22222222 1 14 Johnson, Daryll 2222 2,,,222, 1 35, 179, 182 Johnson, James M. ........ 120,165,184 Johnson, James O. 222222.2.22.2 127, 147 Johnson, Leif 222..2..2 ....22.2.22222222222.2222222..222 1 27 Johnson, Marilyn .22.22 .2222..22222222222222222222...2..222222 1 20 Johnson, Ronald 22222. 2222222 1 21, 147, 169, 180,184 Johnson, Stevan 22222 .22222,...,,.22222..22.22.22 1 23, 127 Jones, Michael 2222 22222,2 1 35, 142,146 Jones, Roy 222.2222,. 2.22222..2222 1 35, 148 Jorden, Dean 2222222. ,22222..22 1 27 Jorgensen, Myrle 2 222222 135 22. K - Kalil, Sandra .2222 22.2222 1 35,183 Karnes, Roy .2222 ......... 1 21 Karns, Marvin 2222 2.222222 9 4 Keen, Alma ...2222 222222 1 35 Keene, Harold 2222 .222.. 2 07 Keene, Lowell 222,22 22222222222222.222 1 35 Keene, Marlene 2222222 ,2.222222,2,22222222222222 9 4 Kellum, Daryl 2222 .,222222 1 17,154,155 Kelly, Cynthia. 2222,2 .2.222222222222222,22 1 27 Kent, Karen 2222, 2222222, 1 27,150,194 Kent, Phillip 22222222 ,..22...2.........222 1 35 Keoppel, Janell ,2,2.2 2222222 2 8, 59, 94 Keoppel, Peggy 2222222 222222222222222 1 35 Kephart, Danny 2... .2..22. 1 35,182 Kephart, David 22222222 2121 Kerns, Bonnie 22222222 222222.....2 1 35 Kettelhut, Joyce 222222 2222222222222222 1 83,194 Ketterling, Karen 22 22.222.2222222.2222.22..2.22.2 135 Kiemel, Ann 2 2... 2. 222222 127,176,190, 206 Kiemel, Jan 22222222 22222222.22 1 27,181,190 Kincaid, Robert 2. ...222.. 135,151,182 Kincli, Janice 2.2222 2.....2...... 1 21,190 Lester, Linda 222222222232,121,148,150,16g Lewis, Harvey 222222222,2222,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lewis, John 222222. Lewis, William 22.222 Light, Kenneth 2222...22 Light, Wayne 222,222212222,,,2,,,2222,222 Lindbloom, Hannah 72,118, 121,169 Litsey, Michael 22.2222.2..2 128, 147, 168 Loeber, Dennis 222,.. Loeber, Larry ...2. Loeber, Ron 2222222 Loehner, Frank 12222. Louie, Lubien 1 3 Helen 2222.222.2222222 222,,2,2222222, s, Eugene 222222,,,2222 22222,222,22222222 Luchsinger, Margaret Ludahl, Lila 222,2222222222,,222 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lumley, Danny 2222 Lydick, Judy ,,2.. Lyons, Nancy ,,,,2 -M- McCabe, Janet 222222222222222222 McCaffree, Merrianne .2.... McCarthur, Eleanor 2..2... McConnel, Patrick McConnel, Paul 222, McConnell, Judith McDonald, Robert .222 McKay, Catherine .22. McKenna, Steve 222..22 McKinney, Glenda 2.22.2 McMil1in, Larry 222,222 Magnuson, Karen 22222 Mahler, Marilyn 2222..2 Mahler, Ronald 22.. Maine, Bob 222,2222. Maine, Emmett ..2. Manship, Darwin 22222 Mapes, Nancy ,22222,,222 Marchbanks, Ralph Markos, Bill 2222222222222 Markus, Linda .2...2 .22.2222296, 157, 22 2f22i5i4Q' 114,187,203 146,151,158 121,175,194 158,179,206 22222121 22222222136 128,176,230 295,180,191 22222222121 22222z5,117 22222128 176,195,227 2121,149 2222136,154 ,22296,2o7 2222222229 5 18m 18L 136,193 192,203 184,185 136,182 2222121 136,191 .22222.2...22.212 8 13Q 169, IZL 8 182,184 179,206 150,234 168,191 22222296 136,183 2222221 3 6 2222222136 2.222222222222213 6 12h 136 12L 13Q 18h 13Q 14Q 17L IZQ 184 234 184 161 179 175 3 6 51 3 6 IZL 206 36 16 12L 142 28 12h 181 21 17 271 0,137, 146, Marlett, Joseph ........................YY.4.....YY.....,... 142 144 Marsh, Gerry 147, 154, 179, 184 185, 205, 227 Martin, Charlene .....................,.,Y,,A.... 136,161,183 Martin, Judy ........,Y,,.,,Y,YY.,...Y......Y..Y........YYYYYYYYY,1 136 Martinson, Carol ,.,,, ......Y.YYYYYYfYYVYYAA...... 1 36 Mash, Joe ,,,,,,,,,,,,., ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 6 181,188, 234 Mason, Janice ,.YYYYY,YYY,Y,YYYY,,YY..,.........Y.YYYY..YYYY 136,183 Matlock, Garry ,,,,.,., 115,121,142,143,145 181 Maurice, Roane ,,,. , ..,.,,...........,3...333,,............. 136 May, Harold ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,.... 1 36 207 Medaris, Russell .......... 33.3.... 1 17, 184 Mendenhall, Bonnie ..,.,,, 3333......... 1 36 Merkel, Corrine ,,,,,,,,,. ,....33.......... 1 19, 136 Merritt, John ,,,,..,.,.. ..,333,33333......A.33....-. 1 21 Meske, Duane ..,.,.Y. YYY.... 1 21 142,143,144 Michael, Linda ....YY .,3..3,33.3333311.........3..333 1 21,179 Midby, Rosemary ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,....,,,,,,,.3,33,,.3....... ...V 1 28 Middleton, Shirley ....,,,, 97,163,179 203, 206, 211 Miller, Alvin .......,,.,..,tt,ta,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,i,,...... 121,194 Miller, Diann ,,,,.... ....,,.............,,,,,,,,,,,., 1 36, 194 Miller, Henry ,,,,. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Miller, Linda. ..... ........ 1 83, 185 Miller, Bob ...... .....,.. 1 21,154 Miller, Tom ,,,,,,, 1,,.,,,,,,,,. 1 36 Miller, Virginia .,.. ......,,,, 1 21 Millsap Carol ,,,,..., .......... 1 21 Minion, Beverly ,,,, ,,,,.,1.i,,,, 1 28 Misemer, Norris ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,..,. 1 36, 146 Mittelstaedt, Gary ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,....,, 1 36 Mittelstaedt, Joyce .,,, .....,, 7 8, 121 161, 176,178 Moehlmann, Bonalie ..,.... .....,,..................,..... 1 22 Monroe, James .,,..,,..... ...,.....,.,.,., 9 7, 187 Monroe, Sally ,,.,,,,,..,,,,,., .,,..,,,1.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 17 Montgomery, Marilyn ...........,...... 97 148, 157, 211 Moore, Charlene 58, 91, 148, 173, 150 192, 206,207 Moore, Gary ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122, 187 Moran, Verna ..... ......, 7 2, 98,190 Morehead, Ilene .... ,,,,,,...,....,... 9 8 Morgan, Jewell ........, ,,,,,,,,.,. 1 28, 217 Morgan, Newell ,..,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 8, 150, 191 Morris, Mildred ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..................,,....., 1 4 Morrow, Pam ,,,,, ,..... 6 8, 72, 99,176, 178, 231 Morse, Allen ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 28 Mosteller, Kathy ,,,,, ,,.,., 5 2, 57,99 148,195,206 Mottram, Dick ,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... 2 07 Mowery, John ,,,,,, ....,,,,,...,,..,,,,,,,,,, 1 22, 149 Muffett, Leon ..... ,..1..,,..,,,,,, 1 36 Mullen, Carl ,...... .,,..... 2 07, 233 Mullen, LeRoy ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Murphy, Abijah ..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Music, Ronald .,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,, 1 36 154 Muth, Marilyn .,,... .,,,., 1 28,159 181 Myers, Dean ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 - N - Nafziger, Dean ...... .........,,........ 1 37, 147,158 182 Nason, Marjorie ....... ..............,,.............. 9 9 Nelson, Juanita ,,,, ......,...,.,,,,,.1.,.,...,..,,,.,....,, 1 00 Nelson, Mary ..,.,...,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,..............,,,,,,,, 122 193 Nichols, Ralph .....s.... 122,171,173 175,234,235 Nichols, Stephanie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.......,,...,,..,.....,,,,.... 136 Nine, Richard ,,.,,..,...,,.,.,.,,..,,...,..........,,,...,,,,,,., 137 Nunn, Chelsee .,..........,......,.....,..,.......,,...,.,......,, 128 Nutting, Rodney ,.78,122,149,151,152,177, 206 Nye, Wallace ,.....,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 151, 161 - O -. Obert, Susan ..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.... 1 72 Oldenburg, Marilyn ..,... 128, 183 190 Oldenkamp, Linda ..,... .,,........,....... 1 28 Olmsted, Larry ,...... ,,.,,,,,,,,.,, 1 37 Olsen, Carol ,.,,.,,,,, ........ 1 37 Olson, Jacqueline ,,,,, .,,..,.,.., 1 28 Olson, Margaret ....... .,,,,,,, 1 28 194 Olson, Patricia ..,,.. ........,.....,, 1 37 Olson, Ruth Ann ,,,,. Orner, Don ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Owen, Corringa ,,,,,,, Owuor, Esther .,,... ,,,.,.,.137, 183 8 ......137, 206, Pace, Jack .,,. 69 185,194, 205 Pace, Janet ,...,,,,. Pace, Laverne ...., 272 -P- ,100,147,165,173, 207 28 179,182,184, 128 .,3.,,,,157, 206 Paine, Linda ,,,,,,,,, Palmen, Jerilyn .,,,,, Parnell, Gary ,,,,,,, Parsons, Jennie ,,,,, Parsons, Robert ....,. Pasa, Robert ,,,,,,,,,.,, Patnode, Jo Anne ,,,,,,,, Patterson, Gordon Patterson, Ruth Paul, Everett ,,,,,,, Paulson, Elwin ,,,,, Payne, Arthur ,,,,, Payne, Edith ,,,,.. Peck, Larry .,,.,,,, Peck, Shirley ,,,,.., Pederson, Marcia ,,,, 137, 137, 122, 116 137 Perkins, Carol ,,,,.,..,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Perkins, Harold ,,,, 13 Pershall, Leland ,.,...,.,, 100,162,165, 184, Peterson, Janet ...., ,........., . ,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pettit, Ardean ...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.......,,., .,,,,,, Phelps, Ivan ....,, Phelps, Sandra ,,,.. Pinner, Lester ,,..... Pointer, Lyle .... Pol, Glen ,.,.,,,,...,. Ponce, Christine ,,,, 137 Poterfield, Janet .,.. Postelwait, Lois ,.,.,. Poteet, Margaret ..,.,, Potter, Kathy ,,,,... Pounds, Marlow ,,,,.. Powell, Norma ..,.. Powell, Sandra ..... Powers, Leona ,..,. Price, Veldon ..,, Pringle, Larry ,,,, Pryor, John ..,,,, Pugh, Melvin ,,,,,.. Pullins, Shirlene ,..... ,2n,72,sz,1o1 2.12137 12121225171 WunW137,146 ,Qi Qualls, Gwen ,,,, .... Quick, Dan ,,..., ,,.,.,52, 55 -R- Raine, David .,.. Raine, Sylvia ,.,, Ralphs, Leila ...... Randol, James ,....... Randolph, Charles ,,... 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Rogers, Dianna ...... .,,,,,.,,,,, Rogers, Dorothy .... ,...... 1 28 Rogers, Paul ....,..,. ...,,,, 1 04 Rose, Janice ,,,,.. Rose, Myrna ,,,,..,.. 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