Northwest Nazarene University - Oasis Yearbook (Nampa, ID)
- Class of 1970
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Gayle Moore, Ediior
Marian Washburn and
Howard Miller, Advisors
Ellis and Elaine Chapin.
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Table ol' Conlenis
Sludeni Life ..... I4
Qporis ............ 76
Academics ...... I O8
Classes .4 ......... I 46
Adverfisers ...... Q60
Index .............. 301
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Various Terms seek to define
a transient state of being . . .
Constructive-change involves obiectivity
lt is a natural, spiritual, and
for the best.
We strive for wholeness,
the goal of growth,
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Nature's system of growth
Other men specialize in
areas beyond us.
Listen and they will speak.
Physical activity vents
Enthusiasm is contagious-
even a child's.
Rain nurtures growth in
but may bring tediousness
to human beings.
Scientific knowledge now
springs up like a weed.
Its domain extends to all the earth-
and the moon.
Yet man retains an inherent
desire to hunt
although he seldom needs
it to survive.
Group actions cultivate
harmony and trust.
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to prevent stagnation.
Sports require excellence.
Excellence is a by-product of growth.
Amazing how a body can be trained.
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a moment's thought,
or a dratt lottery system,
starts a new direction
in one's life.
Even as a man nourishes
his physical, mental, and spiritual needs
so he also learns
to control his emotions.
Music con surge ond purge
the inner being
it it is ollowed to do so.
Hurnor ond levity con blend
Jobs ond reloxotion moy
controst ond combine.
Serious tolk requires
Herein moy be found
perception through sight.
Events ond people
lrnoges ond guidonce
come trorn the
Thus, this book is incornplete
Perhaps iT will recoll
such sensuous impressions os
wind vvhislling Through
vvoshers ond dryers
The smdck of chewing gum
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cold ond heol
poine oches, jobs
perfume of flowers.
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o purple sunset's owe
dull, listless depression
burst of exhilorotion
routine of dciily living
spcirks of friendship
intense, olive concentration
the wonder of lite.
All of these descriptions tit
lite ond growth.
For whot is o meaningful lite
it not the growth ot ci
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"IT was The besT of Times, iT wqs
The worsT of Times, iT was The
age of wisdom, iT was The age
of foolishness, iT was The epoch
of belief, iT was The epoch of in-
creduliTy, iT was The season of
lighT, iT was The season of dark-
ness, iT was The spring of hope,
iT was The winTer of despair, we
had everyThing before us, we
had noThing before us, we were
all going To Heaven, we were all
going direcT The oTher way . .
Such was our age, The age of The
sixTies. IT was an age of ambiva-
lence, of conTrasT, of diversiTy.
We longed for peace, yeT perpeT-
uaTed war. We were cornforTably
affluenT, yeT desperaTely poor,
We were generally sophisTicaTed,
occasionally barbaric, infre-
quenfly undersTanding, invaria-
bly inToleranT. We made preTen-
Tions To wisdom, yeT were incred-
ibly foolish. We were smugly
saTisfied, yeT sfrangely uneasy,
perpeTually opTimisTic, yeT in-
creasingly disillusioned, eagerly
expecTanT, yeT hesiTaTingly fear-
ful. We were confident of our
desTinaTion, yeT uncerTain of our
clirecTion, sure of our ends, yeT
uneasy abouT our means.
IT was an age of shaTTered
dreams and perverTed hopes. The
dream of universal affluence
mocked by The grim presence of
poverTy, disease, and despair.
The dream of equality blocked
by The inTransigence of prelu-
dice. The dream of peaceful race
relaTions shaTTered by The violenT
ugliness of hafred, bigoTry, and
open warfare. The dream of
man's ulTirnaTe harmonizafion
wiTh his environmenT displaced
by The realiTy of mass pollufion.
The dream of remaking urban
America Turned To The nighTmare
of inner-ciTy decay and suburban
sprawl. The dream of rnan uTiliz-
ing science for The benefiT of
man replaced by The Terrifying
prospecT of man using science To
confrol man. The dream of man
finding The broTherhood of peace
and The fellowship of love
marred by The persisTenT ouT-
breaks of war and haTe. The
dream of man's fullesT develop-
menT of his raTional capacifies
raped by The growing culT of ir-
raTionaliTy. The dream of recon-
ciling The generaTions made im-
possible by Their seeming fasci-
nation wiTh ThaT which divides
raTher Than uniTes Them. The
dream of man finding some
sense of meaning, some iusTifi-
caTion for his exisTence mocked
by The persisfence of absurdiTy
IT was disTincTively our age, The
producf of our moTives, however
ambivalenf, our efforfs, however
Thwarfed, and our drearns, how-
ever perverfed. Perhaps in our
endless diversiTy and conTrasT
lies our greaTesT poTenTial for
greaTness, as well as for disasTer.
Perhaps our only chance of suc-
cess is in finding The balance be-
Tween individual differences and
universal similariTies. Perhaps
we will yeT find ThaT "hope be-
yond hopelessnessf' ThaT "Tran-
scendence of despair" which will
enable us To survive.
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Now that the right class hos been found the problem of getting into it arises. Finding cs class with the desired professor and dt the right time proves
to be C1 problem,
Dr. Marsh struggles with the endless task of making sure that nothing is left out of the schedules
Working out the financial problem faces Mr, Montgomery and Fernando Bensuaski.
Back in the
Routine of School
GPA already?! But the year hasn't even begun yet.
Registration can prove to be an expensive task, also.
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The Buckoroo Breodtost, given every yeor by the Nompo business
men, is C1 welcome end to the busy hectic week of registration cmd
getting settled bolck into the routine ot dorm lite.
A little syrup helps but Iet's not drown breakfast.
0 few extras the poncokes look much better.
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Greg Jomison finolly makes it to the top for The crowning finsh.
Onions, burlcip socks, shining shoes, ond row eggs ore mem-
orable ifems to The othleles who become N-Club members. A
few hove their doubts how much fun if is, but everyone comes
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Glren Ron dtscovrrrs that getting oncfs nose to the
ground is fx llteml term,
to Various Places
The society closed night is packed with fun and excitement as
each society takes ott to the various spots, for that society
only. This year the Oly's won the attendance points for the
most members present.
Comedy is the main attraction for the Athenians at the Parkhouse
The Oly's and Spartans take time out for refreshments after a workout at
the NHS gym.
The SLA's bundle up to withstand
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Doris Forondo gets help from Sue O'Connor and Judy Flinner to teach a song from Bolivia.
Freckles seemed to be very much in style especially tor the party
Anne Jeffries seems to be having problems
with the groom in a pantomime.
Two World . . .
Rudy Lindbloom accompanies Connie Fmn or the "Window to the
The Modrigols do theur port un mclkxng Nhe Wrndovv To The World
Concert Cl rnemorol'zNe one.
The Stage Bond odds thot extra spirit and enfhusiosm
Morrison fakes the honors for the best decorated dorm
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The car parade Is pepped up by The Freshmen
One Siep Aparf
NNCS 1969 Homecoming Court, selected by the students, reigns over The firsf baskenball game of the year against Warner Pacific.
Half-Time enferiainmenr is provided by ine' Masier's Men, Dan KeTchum, Mike Fix, and Mike Weibe, A necessiiy of any performance is The accompaniment
by Randy Coryeli, Ken Ivers and Larry Rofh.
Beauig and Charm io
ihe Homecoming Couri
Junior Princess Barbie Barilow
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Sophomore Princess Jan Hurn
Freshman Princess Sheryl Taglor
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The Time for Sports is comicolly porfrcyed by Brett Eshelman ond
Jackie Santee, Mary Byrd, and 'Connie Castle confribuie ir1'1'he Time for Love.
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Under The leadership of EsTher Lindbloom
The Junior Class preseniecl a musical of
our Time-fa Time for music, sporis, Travel,
War and love, The Musical enalecl wiih a
Time for "The Impossible Dream."
Bev l-lempel afff Terry Marlin sing 'IT Ever I Would
leave You cs Their Tzme for Love,
Parig Takes on ihe
Old Weci Sp'ri+
Joyce Knight, Marcia Bolles, and Kathy Campbell sing The spirit-of The old Wesf.
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A Western party is iust not complete without o horse.
Getting into the party con only be done on the Larry Miller and Wendell Smith help out on the entertainment
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The Don Cossack Chorus demonstrated The uniqueness of the Russian folk music and dancing.
Solo pianist, Lowell Farr, rendered a skillful performance.
The masiery of The many violin Techniques was demonstrated by Mari Tsumura.
Opera came To Nampa in the form of the Tumau Opera Players.
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The State Department team gave some very informative talks in lecture and discussion times.
Alfred Lilienthal, Asian Institute speaker, lectured
Dr. James Stewart-Robinson, speaking for Asian Institute, lectured on the
situation in Turkey.
Broughi Closer io N NC
Through Guesi Speakers
Saga workers take on a new appearance for the dinner.
Mitsuko Maeda and Paul Fukue dress in style for the Polynesian
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is OH that is left. Live music odds atmosphere To The mock bor-b-que
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The power of Hans has a great effect on The lives of the Royal Weavers.
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Hans, played by Steve Barron, does not listen To the pleas of the weaver.
CasMon+ Presents . . .
Dove Ellis and Kathy Willis offer their tdlents in folk singing. Rock Simmons 'fakes on the role of the comedian
QMont Faculty Foshlons presents: Ken Montgomery, Micky Dean, Howard Miller, Arthur Seomorts, and Irving '
Rev. Charles Belcher of the Downes Memorial Metho-
dist church in Oakland discussed America's race
Robert Smith spoke on environment.
Bill Hall of the Lewiston Tribune spoke on
Idaho racial problems.
Rev Joe Edwards of an Oklahoma Nazarene Church also Talked about the racial Issue
Inn Schiller Nampa lawyer spoke on
law and Orrler
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Hosts a Variety
David Cheal presenfed the pacifist view point.
Rev. John Butler, the Chaplain of Boise Sfafe College, discussed Stan Crow of Boise spoke on the race problems in Idaho.
The second Term topic of war.
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Lucy, Pom Lifsey, offers Charlie Brown, Don Keller, some advice.
Schroeder, Rudy Lindbloom, is Thoroughly engrossed
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Charlie Brown struggles with the idea of losing another kite
Snoopy, Terry Srnifh, is ready for the attack.
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The electrons monoge to toke up every space ovcnluble Whot would c game be wrthout the concession stand?
Chicken-Mon, John Osborn, will be G never forgotten figure on the NNC campus
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The crowd gathers anticipating the election results.
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Every dorm should have cz sauna bath!
Engagements have more than one consequence.
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The annual bed race to Caldwell is off.
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Discussion of the more serious side of marriage was made available
Rev. Timothy Smith spoke at ci CMA dinner in coniunction with
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Mr, Seaman-discusses some of the events of Yhe
spring revival with Rev. Earl Mosieller.
in Cana Council sponsored by AWS.
Spiritual Life Week.
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Time out for last minute conversations before chapel begins
Rick Skeen shares some Thoughts in his part of The Student
Students Enter Into
Student Council ends a busy year of work with a picnic at Ann Morrison Park.
Chapman Hall sets a record in its 40 hour, 259 inning softball game with a score of Breakfast and o discussion at
400 for second floor to 337 for first floor.
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item in the college schedule,
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The lake proves 'lo be very inspirational,
A chance to relax and read is a welcome change in the college life.
A few players find a time fo res? during The Chapman
Hall baseball game,
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Finding cn spot To sit down ond ect is not on easy mutter.
Eofing on The patio is greofl
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Luik, and Junior Class President, Mel
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The first step of graduation is over.
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Dr. Culver and Senator Frank Church, commencement speaker, meet prior Yo The Ceremonies while Karen
Keirn, John Luik, ihe Junior Marshalls ond Dr. Riley vvcxif.
Novv That The Il'DlOV'i7GS hnve been rereived
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N. N. C. Places Second
in I. C. C.
The N.N.C. Cross Country team was relatively
young with only one senior member this year.
The highlight ot the '69 season was a strong
2nd place in the Idaho Collegiate Champion-
ship. Doug Money was the top runner tor the
team this year.
1 Eastern Oregon College 305 College of Idaho 475
Northwest Nazarene College 48
2 Whitman 33, Eastern Oregon College 355 Northwest
Nazarene College 54
3 Whitman Invitational, Northwest Nazarene College
4 Idaho Collegiate Championship, Northwest Nazarene
5 Boise State 275 Northwest Nazarene College 30
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Crusaders Finish wi+h
I 9-I O Record
The N. N. C. baskeTball Team had anoTher Tine
season This year iusT missing The disTricT play-
offs by one game. MosT of The games were real
baTTles. N.N.C. barely ouTscored The opponenTs
wiTh a game average of 77.9 while allowing The
oTher Teams To average 71.3.
Right Coach Hills and Coach Vail provided experT leadership for boTh The VarsiTy and J.V.
Teams against such formidable opposition as WesTminisTer College and Boise STaTe College.
Firsf row leff To right Manager Bruce HardesTy, Bob Luhn, Al Blacklock, Gary Lawson, Frank Sfockefr, Rock Simmons, Second row: Dennis Johnson, Norm Sandlin
Ken Wilde, Laird Graham, Dick Luhn, Gary Pea.
Steve Lanham, Steve Phelps,
Above: Senior Steve
Sharp breaks for the
basket. Left: Rock
Simmons knocks up
another two points,
Coach l-lills will lose four seniors att
his squad for next year.
Gary Lawson was top scorer and re-
bounder, averaging l4.6 points and
14.3 rebounds per game. John
"Rock" Simmons was close behind
Lawson in both departments. For
their efforts both were named to the
Nazarene Intercollegiate Athletic As-
sociation All-Star team.
Valuable assistance was provided by
Steve Sharp, Bob Luhn, and Al Black-
lock, the other starters. Excellent
guarding by each of them saved
Sophomores Denny Johnson, Dave
Higgs, Ken Wilde and Laird Graham
were able to gain experience which
should provide for several more
years of exciting basketball at N.N.C.
Above left: Lawson stretches for the big bucket. Above right: Sharp and Lawson combine
for two points against Warner-Pacific. Right: Ken Wilde tights for a rebound against
Gary Lawson, playing his tourth year ot Crusader ball this year, has
accumulated much recognition tor his fine play. He was chosen tor
the N. N. C. Invitational Holiday Tournament All-Star team twice
and was chosen that tournaments most valuable player both years,
C of I Games Highlighl Season
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Top left: Keeping The stats is quite a iob.
Top riqhf: Sfocke-TT sets for a shot.
Above: Stocker? and Lawson brrng the ball mio play. Lawson also made
The all district ream fhls season and broke the old rebound record ser
by Gary Locke.
90 Warner Pacific 91
81 Warner Parilic 66
86 Lewis and Clark College 74
7? Oregon College 67
513 Linfield 93
77 Alaska Methodist 70
88 Alaska'Methbc'list 53
66 Alaska Methodist 63
97 Olivet 78
86 Biola 71
61 Pacific University 62
79 Pacific University 67
71 College of Idaho 67
79 Lewis and Clark 59
89 Lewis and Clark 52
68 Eastern Oregon College 61
102 Wltitrttan 72
63 Seattle Pacific 78
101 Westminster 71
67 Boise State College 85
69 College of Idaho 70
78 Willamette University 76 1
62 Boise State College 70
65 Eastern Oregon College 69
88 George Fox College 66
72 George Fox College 58
77 St, Martins College 109
68 St. Martins College 75
75 College of Idaho 74
Fritch and Fowler work the crowd into a frenzy
Blacklock is shown in a tight spot against Willamette
Simmons goes up for another easy two against College of Idaho
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Pea brings ihe ball down court against
College of Idaho. Above right: Lanham
finishes a break with an easy Two points
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The ref 1ells Dick Luhn exactly what if looked like.
Luhn is up for a shot against Cal-
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lt is the iob of the cheerleaders to create spirit.
This year's boosters have done an exce-llent iob of
letting the players feel the school's support.
Junior Pam Caswell
Sophomore Kathy Campbell
Junior Carol Yeencl
Senior Croig Frifch
Junior Doug "CheeTc1" Fowler
J.V. Cheerleaders this year were Karen Bruner, Brod Arnesen, Scilly Nunn, Steve Dickerson, Anne' Vonderpool.
Maimen End Wiih
Besi ecord Ever
Row if Sam Frazier, Co-CapTain7 Wayne Walkerg Chuck Gezelle, Co-
Capiaing Dave Hills, Rich Pena. Row 21 Dave Schiafimang Dave Mc-
Callum, Gordon Smith, Mike Keeney. Row 3: Len McCallum, Coach
Harwood, Terry Liike, Managerg David Clifton, Manager.
Sam Frazier, wresfling in The 150 pound class, won 16 of
his 17 maTches This year. In The process he broughT The
college iTs TirsT NAIA DisTricT Championship. He finished
by conapeTing in The Thirteenth annual NAIA Narional
Wresfling Championships aT Superior, Wisconsin.
Sophomore Dave Schlaflmonn is shown in Tight quarters
during The disTricT meet in Boise,
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Chuck Geselle, seen in action above and Talking To The coach aT Top, won T6 of his 18 mafches ond
was Team co-capTain along wiTh Frazier.
The l969-7O vvresTling season aT NorThwesT Nazarene College
saw The Crusaders compleTe Their besT record ever, 6-5. AlThough
The grcipplers began Their season wiTh eighfeen men reporTing To
pracTice, compeTiTion ended wiTh only nine men.
Dove McCollum Took por? in The ocfion or the district iournoment
The wrestlers shown on this page were only port of The nine mon
team or The NAIA district Tournament.
Doug Money carried The laurels for N.N.C. in The 2lsT
NorThwesT Nazarene lnviTaTional winning The OUTsTancl-
ing Performance Trophy by vofe of The coaches. Money
was also elecTecl The Track Team's MosT OUTsTanding
AThIeTe by bringing vicTories in The 880 and mile run
Throughoul The season.
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are Terry Canrrell, Wayne Walker, Dave MorTin1er, and Steve Phelps,
Thinclads Made Things
lg in District Competition
Coach Hills summed up the season as one of great success for four or five
individuals, but disappointing because of a lack of team members.
Best times for participants this year were as follows: 440 Relay-Mangum
Walker, Perkins, Miller, :46.1, Mile Run-Money, 41198, High Hurdles-Carv
trell, :15,0, 440-Mangum, :53.6, 100-Mangum, 110.17 880-Money, 2:00.7-
330 Intermediate Hurdles-Cantrell, :42.1, 440 Intermediate Hurdles-Can-
trell, :57.1, 220-Mangum, :23.1, 2 Mile-Keller, 91528, 3 Mile-Keller,
14:54.95 Mile Relay-Mangum, Perkins, Walker, Money, 3:39, Long Jump-
Perkins, 20'63f.,", Triple Jump-Perkins, 41'0", High Jump-Phelps, 6'0",
Javelin-McCallum, 171'3", Shot-Mortimer, 38'10", Discus-Robinson, 119'.
Chuck Robinson, a senior
and captain of the team
this year, shows his re-
Wayne Walker had a fine season as a member of the mile
and A40 relay teams.
Sophomore Dave Perkins
achieved the leam's best marks
in The long iump and friple
ipmp and worked hard To cre-
ate winning 440 and mile re'
Don Keller, whose performance in The seasorrs
3 mile compefifion earned him The Team's MOST
Improved Athlete and whose personal life
broughf him Most Inspirational Afhlefe, won The
3 mile at The clislrici me-ef and came home with
The All Distric? Il NAIA Honor Afhlele Award.
Extramurals for Women Initiated
The women's Extramural teams let everyone know they were
serious by racking up a successful season of inter-collegiate
competition. The basketball ,team surprised everyone but the
coach by working their way through an eight game season
against College of Idaho, Eastern Oregon College and Treas-
ure Valley College without a loss.
The women's tennis team ended their season with a 6-l rec-
ord ancl sent four girls tothe Northwest Women's Extramural
Tennis Tournament, two of whom, Judy Chadwick and Karen
Bruner, made it to the quarter finals in the singles bracket.
ln the E.O.C. Invitational Track Meet Pat Price broke the meet
High lump record by 4 inchesand Elsie Gestrin broke the TOO
yard dash record by 2 tenths of a second.
Row 1: Bonnie Dietrich, Barb Miller, Sandy
Bennett, Judy Hanson, RuthAnn Pruett. Row 2:
Mrs. Harwood, JoAnn Gehrke, Elaine Lasell,
Judy Chadwick, Ellie LeMaster, Shannon Gallo-
way, lrene White.
Row T: Sandy Bennett, Delores
Smith, RuthAnn Pruett, Joann 'Salis-
bury, Elsie Gestrin, Judy Hanson.
Row 21 Mrs. Horwaod, JoAnn
Gehrke, Kathy Schoenborn, Ellie
LeMaster, Irene White, Shannon Gal-
loway, Ruth Stucke, Judy Chadwick,
A Row l Bonnie Dietrich, Delores Smith, Sandy, Bennett,
Jody Hanson Joann Salisbury. Row 21 Kaihy Schoenborn,
Ruth Stocke Shannon Galloway, Ellen Largenf, Elsie Ges-
frin Ruth Ann Prueii, Miss Hopkins,
Row l: Ellie LeMaster,Ca1hy Cromer,
Karen Bruner, Judy Chadwick, Row
2: Lois Belisle, Charity Beggs, Bon-
nie Diefrich, Shannon Galloway,
Marilyn Vail, Elsie Gestrin, Ellen
Largenf, Joann Solisury, Miss
Row lg Delores Smith, Elaine Finlcbeiner,
Elsie Gesirin, Sandy Bennelr, Roth Sioclce.
Row 21 Mrs. Horwood, Barb Miller, Joan
Waller, Kaihy Schoenborn, JoAnn Gehrke,
Par Price, Gloria Hanson, Shannon Gallo-
way, Judy Hanson.
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right, was awarded The Most
Ouistonding Player award as
well as The Paul Swalm Tennis
Bob Ecker, far right, playing
number one man on The Team
most ofthe season, teamed up
with Hein for the number one
Dan Coker, Coach Keoppel, Val Hein, Ken? Hill, Bob Ecker,
Robbie Rayborn, Rick Schafer, Rick Skeen, Greg Jamison.
Junior Bob Ecker, above left,
and sophomore Greg Jamison,
above, show their fine sewing
Kent Hill, above right, returns
in the style that kept him in
competition with Ecker for
number one singles.
Senior Rick Skeen ended his
final season with the best indi-
vidual record, 8-2. He combined
with Rick Shafer, who won the
Most Improved Player award,
for a perfect 8-O doubles
Netters End Season
With 8-4 Record
I97O TENNIS SCHEDULE
Boise State College
Eastern Oregon' College
Oregon College of Education
College of Idaho
Treasure Valley Community
Southern Idaho College
C. of I.
Crusading Linkmen Earn
a Successful Season
The Crusader linkmen completed their
1970 season tying with OCE for second
place at the NAIA district golf tourna-
ment in Portland, Oregon.
Overall the season would have to be
considered a success. The dual record for
the team was a bright 12-2, losing only
to Whitman College during an early sea-
Shown at right is senior Bob Taylor. His
contribution to the squad was noted by
his selection as the outstanding N.N.C.
golfer for the year.
Shown at right is iunior Monty Ortman.
Shown at right is Rick Hartwig who was the only
Crusader to make the all-district team with a 152
total as the number three medalist.
Seen cl left is freshman Bob Croft,
The 1970 Golf team included
Bob Croft, Rick Horfwig, Coach
Horwood, Bob Taylor, Monty
Orfmon, Lon Bornhouse,
Shown or left is Junior Lon
Team achievernenTs Tor The year included fielding
average of 963, TwenTy poinTs above The Teams
previous besT and a Team E.R.A. of 2.78 which
is The besT in The lasT six years.
Tom LiTsey, The senior Third baseman, was pre-
senTed wiTh The R.B.I. award for The year.
Bob VanderSluis received The ouTsTanding piTcher
award wiTh a ToTal of 3 wing 2 losses and 2
Ties, boTh of which were exTra inning affairs.
FiTTy sTrikeouTs in TifTy one innings was also
lisfed as one of his achievemenTs.
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Lewis and Clark stopped The Crusaders on The bases, as
well as at home plafe.
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againsT Boise STaTe College.
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ping c hit 'ro center field.
Row lf Ben MGQQOYY, Ron Frank, Dole Tindall, Steve McKinney, Lorry Sams, Gene Maison. Row 21 Don Staffenson, Eric Fueldsfad
Tom Liisey, Torn Edwards, Ed Robinson, Gene Barfoloba, Ed Lawrence, Dove Boscker, Glenn Rotz. Row 3: Bill Campbell, Larry Burton
Tinn Wheafly, Denny Johnson, Al Blacklock, Bob VanderSluis, Coach Vail.
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The ouTsTanding player award as voTed by The sTciTT was presenTed
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The Crusaders closed out the season with a split at George Fox College losing the first game 3-4 but
coming back in the nightcap to win l8-l with Tim Wheatly picking up the win with a one-hitter.
Dave Boschker, freshman catcher, concluded the season with a batting average of .417 to win the top
hitter award. A new award this year, the most improved player award, was given to Boschker for his
Sludenis Sponsor Own Fooiball Game
N.N.C. men once again combined energies
To form a highly compeTiTive TooTball Team
anol accepTed The challenges of The Nampa
Jaycees. IT was The second annual evenT.
Coolched by Bill Venn, The game was a
chance To exhibiT skill in Tackle TooTloall. The
game was enTirely sTudenT sponsored and
was noT a parT of NNC's inTercolIegiaTe
For those students who
enioy athletics lout are
unable to participate in
varsity sports the intra-
mural program provided
an excellent outlet.
Women, as well as men,
participated in the sports
ranging from football to
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Rilegs Take World Tour
Board of Regents: Alaska District--Rev. Roy Yeicler, Colorado District-Rev. E, L. Cornelsson, Dr. .loe'T, Dtffee, Rev. Bill
Sullivan, Mr. Willis Brown, Dr. Loyd Smith, ldaho-Oregon District+Rev. Grady Cantrell Rev. Delbert Lows, Dr. Lester Scott
Mr. Walter Howard, Mr. Richard Lindbloorn, Rev. Howard Olson, Nevada-Utah District7Rev. Murray J Pallett, Northwest
District7Rev. Raymond Kratzer, Chairman, Rev. Howard D. Hoalcins, Mr, Howard Smith, Mr. Ells Bartlow, Mr. Philip Sols-
buryp Oregon Pacific District--Dr. W. D. McGraw, Mr, Roy Edwards, Dr. Gordon Olsen, Rev. Lowell C. Ellis, Rev, Don
Fivecoat, Rev. Harold Sanner, Mr. Leo Qualls, Mr, E. W. Shields, Rocky Mountain District7Rev. Alvin L. McQuay, Rev.
Volney Johnson, Mr. Marvin Emrich, Washington Pacific District-Rev. Bert Daniels, Rev. Darrell B. Teare, Dr. John E.
Wordsworth, Rev. Virgil Grover, Mr, W. Delmore McDowell, Mr. C. W. Iles, Alumni RepreSento1ive7Rev. Fred Fowler,
College President Ex Officio7Dr. John E. Riley.
Dr. and Mrs. Riley were granted a leave of absence in order
to take a world tour. They will visit Asia, Europe, and Africa.
Alternative proposals for financing the gymnasium are under
study. Students responded auite favorably to a suggestion for
an additional tax.
In other action, the Regents honored Miss Annie Laurie Bird,
Mr, C. Griffith Bratt, Senator Frank Church, and Rev. Raymond
Kratzer with honorary doctorates, added Dr, Thelma B. Culver
and Dr. L. Wesley Johnson to the list of faculty emeriti, and
cited Mrs. L. Alline Swann for outstanding service upon re-
in Charge of Development
Mr. Gerald Fosbenner
Dr. Joseph H. Mayfield has hefted the burden ot chairing two new student-faculty
committees. The Publications Board and the Personnel Council have added to the
administrative load of the Vice President in Charge of Campus Life. He has con-
sistently been involved in community affairs as well. A past president of the
local Rotary chapter, Dr. Mayfield was elected to serve next year as District
In his first full year as Vice President of Development, Mr. Gerald Fossbenner
travelled extensively as a public relations rnediurn. Student representatives at-
tended District Assemblies with him. He also accompanied the Crusader Choir
on its spring tour.
Mr. Fossbenner's predecessor, Dr. L. Wesley Johnson, attained the rank of Vice
President of Development Emeritus.
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in Charge of Campus Life
Dr. Joseph H. Mayfield
Dr. Thelma B. Culver will bear the title of
Dean Emerita for her twenty-four years of
conscientious service as Academic Dean. Un-
der her leadership NNC advanced in its
teacher education program in particular, at-
taining the status of membership in the Na-
tional Council tor the Accreditation of Teacher
Education. She will continue as a faculty
member in the Non-Western Studies depart-
ment, a program which she initiated.
Mr. Ken Meenach continued to guide the in-
creasingly active and expanding Alumni As-
Mr. Marvin Sporleder completed his contribu-
tion to NNC as Development Representative.
He accepted a similar position at Pasadena
Mr. John Anderson responsibly handled the
student financial assistance, an aid used by
tvvo-thirds ot the student body, More than
fS750,000 is involved in the torms ot work-
study programs, grants, loans, and scholar-
Dr. Thelma B. Culver
Seated-Linda Peterson, Edith Lancaster
Dr, Thelma B. Culver, Marian Washburn,
Wanda McMichael, Standing-Bruce
Webb, Dr. A. Elwood Sanner, Dr. Lilburn
Wesche, Bernard Seaman, Mel Schroeder,
Dr. Percival Wesche, Dr. Gilbert Ford,
Duane Hybertson, Dr. D. E. Hill.
Mr. Kenneth Meenach
Director of Student Aids:
Mr. John Anderson
Mr. Marvin Sporleder
Due To The adminisirarive resTrucTuring The
posiTion of Business Manager has been elim-
inaied. Dr. Howard Miller, former Business
Manager, will assume The role of Vice Presi-
deni of Financial Affairs. Mr. Edward J.
Harper will remain as Associaie Business
The Business Office and The relaied person-
nel conirol The more Than Two million dollars
which operaie NNC, record siudenr accounfs,
and prepare financial plans for The fufure.
Dr. Howard Miller
Associate Business Manager
Edward J. Harper
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f Evelyn Johnson
Standing-Dionn Parsons, JoAnn Lanham,
Carol McDaniel, Seated-Janice Borchert.
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Mary Tombaugh, Jeanne Vail,
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Beulah Bozarfh, Claris Williams. ,..-'ff
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One office in the basement of the Administration
Building houses the Registrar, Director of Admissions,
Chairman ofthe Lower Division and Director Testing
Bureau, and the Associate in Guidance. Among
other duties, this group registers and mails grades,
compiles records and other information from high
schools for incoming freshmen, handles all records
including transcripts, and participates in freshman
Chairman of Lower Division and
Direclor ofthe Testing Bureau:
Mr. Bernard Seaman
Associate in Guidance:
Dr. Laurisfon J. DuBois
Dean of Women
Helen G. Wilson
Dean of Women
Miss Helen G. Wilson reTired from her long-
sTanding posiTion as Dean of Women. She
will devoTe her Time To Teaching. Mrs. JoAnn
Willis, who has served as AssisTanT Dean of
Women for The pasT Two years, will assume
The vacoTed iob.
ln his second year as College Chaplain, Dr.
LaurisTon J. DuBois has inTegraTed himself
inTo The ToTal NNC program. He worked
closely wiTh AWS in The Cana Counsel proi-
ecT. With ASB ExecuTive Vice PresidenT Duane
Dale he co-chaired The monThly All-Campus
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As a sTep Towards achieving a cornplefe
program, The library conTinues To develop
The area of non-VVesTern sTudies. A re-
cenTly compleTed Asian CollecTion of
l,OOO volumes now offers inTeresTed STU-
denTs a wide varieTy of maTericil.
The Xerox machine, greafly appreciafed
by sTudenTs and TaculTy alike, cominues
To provide valuable service.
Above: Miriam KnighT, Helen Rambo, Evelyn Meenach Right Edith Lon
Above: J, William Jones, Ph.D., Philosophy, Right, A. Elwood Sanner, MA.
DD., Chairman, Division ot Religion and Philosophy, Below, Morris Weigelt
Th.D , Religion.
The Division ot Philosophy and Religion is responsible for
providing each year: il a Bible survey course for all fresh-
men, 21 a study of Christian doctrine for all sophomores,
31 an option of philosophy, Bible, or theology for all upper
ln addition to offering tour majors iphilosophy, religion, re-
ligious education, and pre-seminary studiesl, the division also
provides general guidance tor all ministerial students and
Christian workers, whatever their maior.
All three members of the division, as well as Dr. Riley, at-
tended a theological conference involving all the Nazarene
colleges. The format was maior papers, reaction pa" " and
discussions. The participants were reassured that the Lr.. K
N NC Wins
NNC hosTed The Idaho Speech Confer-
ence on campus in February. WiTh a To--
Tal of six schools parTicipaTing, The de-
baTe Team of John Luik and Lynda Camp-
bell Took TirsT in The sTaTe. This was The
TourTh consecuTive year NNC has cap-
Tured The debaTe Trophy.
German and French wiil become first
Teaching fields, comparable To English
and rnosT oTher academic subieds nexT
Top: Marian Washburn, MA. Chairman, Division of Language and Liferafure
Left Ira Tayior, M.A. Spanish, Above: Janine LyTle, B.A, French.
Above Left: Fern Keoppel, M.A., Speech, Left: Lucille Taylor, A.B., Spanish
Above: Arthur Seamcms, Ph.D., English.
Below: Reginald Hill, M.A., Engllshy Right Bessie Boker, M,A.,Englisl'1, Boflom Lefh
Juonim L. Demmer, M.A., Germany Bottom Right: Lillian Lewis, M.A.,Englisl1.
Left: Lilburn Wesche, Ed.D., Chairman, Division of Education
and Psychology, Below: James Feltar, M.S. Director of Student
Teaching and Teacher Placement, Below Lett: Naomi Long,
Directs ChiIdren's Drama
Another successful'children's drama, directed by Mel
Schroeder, NNC's Educational Media Director, was
performed six times this spring. The authentic sets
tor "The Emperor's New Clothes" were among the
most elaborate and colorful ever constructed.
With the emphasis on quality teachers, NNC added
another professor with a doctorate to its education
department, Dr. Paul Miller has assumed responsi-
bility particularly in the realm ot educational media.
Above: Mel Schroeder, M.A,, Director of Educational Medioy Above Right
Fred Knight, Ed.D., Educotiony Right: Paul Miller, Ph,D. Education,
Professor Mac Webb passed
the final requirements for his
Doctor of Education degree
in Psychology at the Univer-
sity ot Oregon. His disserta-
tion is entitled "An lnvestis
gation ot Anxiety and Hos-
tility Perception as Conconni-
tants ot Test Pertorn'1ance."
lt dealt with Underachieve-
ment in test situations.
Left: Mac Webb, Ed.D., Psychology-
Below Left: Richard DeMott, Ph.D.,
Educationg Below: Marian Marsh,
Right: Arthur Harwood
Ed.D., Physical EducaTion
Below: Ma rth a Hopkins,
M.S., Physical Education
Below Right: Orrin Hills
M.S., Physical Education
P E Department Plans for New Ggm
The physical education department was complemented
this year by the addition of Dr. and Mrs. Horwooal tothe
staff. Dr. Harwood now chairs the department. Miss
Hopkins will be on leave in an effort to finish her work
for a doctorate.
Since plans for the construction of the new gymnasium
have been delayed, alternative financial proposals are
being considered. Upon acquiring a federal loan, the
building will be begun immediately.
For Left: Jean Harwood, M.Ed
Physical Education? Left: Elmore
Vail, M.S, IEd,l, Physical Edu
M. U. N. and Asian InsTiTuTe
Aid 9Tudg of Modern HisTorg
This yeor's Model UniTed NolTions' NNC represenToTion Took The posiTion of Tur-
key. Model U.N. recreciTes The ocTuc1l working deToils of The UniTed Nofions wiTh
The sTudenTs conducTing ci sTudy of The culTure, governmenT, foreign policies, cmd
Dr. James STeworT-Roloinson, gn Asicin lnsTiTuTe speaker, gcive sTudenTs ci synopsis
oT The oTTiTudes of Turks Towoird foreign counTries ond policies.
Above: Harrold Curl, M.A., Sociology, Above Righh RoberT Woodward, Ph.D., Hisforyg Right: KenneTh
Keoppel, M.S., Economics.
Pl'i.D. Chairman of The Di
vision of Social Sciences
Below Left: Marvin Byers
M.S., Business? Below
Bluir Whipple, M.A,, Soci
The home economics depanmenf pariicipafed in
a variety of inferesfing acTiviTies This year, in-
cluding a conference in Pocatello.
As a special activity, several sTudenTs atfended a
workshop on Homemaking by The Handicapped.
In addition, visiis To homes and case studies were
regular parfs of mosf classes.
Right: Roxie Miller, BA., Secretarial Studies, Below: Willoclean
Johnson, BA., Horne Economics, Below Right: Irene Runkle,
MA., Home Economics.
Discovering the Dther
America Class Expands
Eighteen students and faculty sponsors again drove to San Francisco during
spring break in an attempt to learn about racial and poverty problems. The
group exchanged dialogue with various members of low income groups, the
Black Panthers, and ministers.
Guest speakers made up the calendar for Monday convocations. Featured
was the Rev. Charles Belcher, a black minister from the Downes Memorial
Methodist Church in Oakland. After speaking in a chapel service, the guests
often spent the day on campus
Other guest speakers included local attorneys, James Schiller, William
Brauner, and Robert Smith, Mr. Stanley Crow, a member of the Idaho Com-
mission on Human Rights, pacifist David Cheal, and an Idaho newspaper-
man, Bill Hall.
Above Left: Eula Tombaugh, MA., Home Economics,
Left: James Weatherby, MA., Political Science-
Above: James Jackson, MA., Political Science.
Mr. Marvin Bloomquist completed his Doctor
ot Music Arts, Vocal, degree in December,
1969. The University of Missouri at Kansas
City Conservatory of Music awarded the
highest degree. The accepted dissertation
was "Songs ot Ned Rorern: Aspects of The
Musical Setting ot Songs in English tor Solo
Voice and Piano." Bloornauist analyzed over
one hundred compositions by Ned Rorem.
Right: D. E, Hill, Ph.D.,
Chairman Division of Fine
Arts, Below Lett: Ruth
Long, M.A., Art, Below
Right: Marvin Stallcop,
Above, For Left: Del Gish,
M.F.A., Ari, Above Right:
Deloris Waller, M.Mus.
Musicy For Left: Marvin
Bloomquisf, D,M.A., Mu-
sic, Left: Eugene Lubiens,
By action of the Board of Regents, Mrs. L, Alline Swann was
commended for her twenty-seven year term of service. The offi-
cial action occurred at graduation.
The combined College and Crusader choirs performed the well-
known symphonic piece Gloria, with the Boise Philharmonic. The
T50-voice choir delivered an exciting performance under the di-
rection of Marvin Stallcop.
Another highlight of the year was the spring Madrigal concert.
The Madrigals were especially successful in captivating and de-
lighting the audiences when they performed selections from the
Broadway musical, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown."
The art department was enhanced by several groups of traveling
paintings and a kiln, which was partially paid for by the spring
Above Right: Ruby Sartner, A.B., Music, Above: Wallis Bratt, M.Mus., Musicg Right:
L. Alline Swann, M.Mus., Music.
Lett: Gilbert Ford, Ph.D., Chairman, Division of Mathematics and Natural
Science, Below Lett: Arthur Imel, Ph.D,, Chemistry, Below: Donald B.
Tillotson, Ph.D., Mathematics.
Ford tc be
for Academic Alifairs
From a Harvard graduate to Junior Physicist with Man-
hattan District Proiect, from lecturing to research, Dr.
Ford's thoroughness has earned him such a high repu-
tation that he will become NNC's first Vice President for
Academic Attairs. This position will replace that ot' Aca-
demic Dean, but will entail many ot the same duties and
The Mathematics Department featured a series of guest
lectures third term. A professor from Washington State
University, Dr. Donald Bushaw, and Mr. Carlton Bryson,
a Portland, Oregon public schools teacher highlighted
the programs. Bryson, an NNC graduate, was chosen as
Oregon's Teacher ot the Year for This year.
An institute tor high school physics teachers was held on
the NNC campus tor the second consecutive year. It was
a part of the Harvard Physics Program,
Above Right: Virgil Vail, M.S,, Physics, Above: Darrell
Marks, Ph.D,, Physics, Right: Milton Dean, Ph.D,, Biology.
Above Left: Joseph Tracy, Ph.D., Chemistry, Above
ofhy Fuller, M.S., Biology, Left: LaVerne Rickard, MA
Mathematics, Direcfor of Computer Cen1'er.
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Row I: Judy Pugh, Treasurer, Gary Lawson, Vice President, Terry Mar1in, President, Carol Lamkin, Secretary. Row 2: Bob Luhn, Class Representative, M
Bruce Webb, and Mrs. Geneva Bihlesfon, Advisors.
Class of 1970
JUDY ABENDROTH Rici-i ACKLEY JUDY ALLEN MIKE ALLEN
Home Economics Music Social Science Phvsiwl Edwwfion
DONNA BALES CHERYL BEAN RUTH BIRKS JEANETTE BLAKESLEY
Elementary Educorion Home Economics psychology Music Literature
TERRY CANTRELL BEN BUCHANAN LYNDA CAMPBELL
Social Science Biological Science Home Economics Education
Sensors Leave Vacaneues
CLA RENCE FERGUSON
Exit N. N. C..
Social Science Education
Home Economics Education
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KCRH reached CI peak of Influence December I 1969 when tne draft lottery numbers were chosen
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BERNARD IKERD GLENDA JAMISON
PATTY JOHNSTON SUE KEARNS
Elememary Education Matnemarics
ELEANOR LE MASTER
MARILYN LlNDELL PAM LITSEY
Elementary Education Music Education
KEN MCCALLUM DAN MCCUSKEY
Business Administration Social Science
PHYLISS MCMILLIN MITSUKO MAEDA
Elementary Education Religious Education
Elernento ry Education
Graduate Record Exams
Required for Graduation
GRACE MILLER BERNICE MONTZ
Sociology Elementary Educotion
LOUISE MOORE ED MORGAN
Sociology Business Administration
SHERRY NAUTA LINDA OLDENKAMP WILMA OSTYN DOROTHY PALMER
Elementary Education Education Elementary Education Business Education
CAROL PARNELL JOAN PARSONS DEBBI PERKINS JIM PERRY
Psychology-Sociology Elementary Education Elementary Education Religion
Home Econorn lcs
MARY KAY REICHLEIN
MARY BETH SALISBU RY
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Music Ed.-Music Theory
Pre-Semina ry Studies
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JOHN VAN MANEN
CATHY VA RNER
Eng lneering Physics
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Vormie Bnrtlow Slove Bc1rYor1 Karen Bean Lois Belisle Chuck Belzer
JOGH B9f1D91T Bonnne Birks Nodene Blume Roy Blokeslee Wayne Blcmksmo
Potty Berger1S Don Browns Blll Campbell Bob Cantrell Jon Ccustlecllne
Bob Ecker forgot to pre-
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him ond Leigh Salisbury
when he Told fortunes of
the Sornedi Gros.
Doug Cleveland Marion Cook Bonnie Croft
Lee Dole Gerry Donker Terry Donker
Sharma Debbs Morito Douglas Boyord DuBois
Juniors Sponsor Samedi Gras
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Addiiional Term Work
Required of Upperclassmen
Ardith Longonecker BNI Lookingblll John Lurk Cathy McCabe
Grnger Mockey Ben Moggorr Gene Moison Colleen MorTin
Betty Medek Borboro Miller James Miner Doug Money
Connee Montgomery Bull Moore Gayle Moore Ken Moore
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Row 11 Dan Keichum, Class Representative, Wendell Smith, President, Mike Fix, Chaplain. Row 2: Joyce Knight, Treasurer, Ron Seaman, Vice President, Mr
Jim Weafherby, Advisor, Patty Greeno, Secreiary.
Class of 1972
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Orv Churchill Virginia Burk Larry Burton Mary Byrd Alan Cabo
Jessieye Crenshaw Carmen Cantrell Paul Carruthers Connie Castle Linda Cin
Sue Clern Jerald Cline Ruth Coil Deanna Collins
Steve Cross Tarn Dale Debbe Davis Lynn Deakins
Linda Dillabaugh John Dillon
Roth Dllchen Jim Dodge
Don Doerlcsen Dwight Douglas Mary Dunnuck
Linda Elsenbarth Jody Eldridge Joanne Elllotr
Rod Fender Erlc Fleldsfad Elaine Flnkbeiner
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Annette Erickson Cowl EVGVWS
M,ke Flx Gayle Founfaln
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Carol Loeber Darlene Loeber Marilu Lookingbill Kathy Luhn Ellen McDowell
Sherilyn Manley Doug Morrin Joanne Maus KGFEU Meier KSN Meneely
Larry Miller Darla Mitflestoedf Titus Mix
Jody Moore Kathy Miller Allan Morgan
Clem' Rolf exhibits tlve traclifianal N-kluh initiation garb and acliyities. ' -' .
Jackie Santee Jean Schnoor Ron Seaman
Gary Skaggs Carol Smith Jeff Smith
Don Staffenson Lynn Stallings John Stgrk
Dennis Strom Ray Taylor
April Tucker Steve Tygart
Lynette Vawter Gary Waller Linda Weatherby
Kay Williams Rhonda Williams Sam Williamson
Adrian VanManen Ben Bunn manned the lights for the ASB-sponsored "Windows to the
Paula Wieters World" musicale.
Row If Chuck Wilkes, Class Representative, Dave Smith, Vice President, Mike Myers, Chaplain, Rick Shafer, President. Row 2: Fred Laeger, Treasurer
Shannon Jensen, Secrefary.
Class of 1973
Anna Rose Blaclclock
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Pom Ellis discovered the books dont hold all the knowledge of college
OI m Roy Dougon Koren Dougherty Muriel Eason
Corolyn Edes Bonita Edson Pom Ellis
Sheryl Ellis Vicki Emerson Jonel Erickson Cheryl Estep Sandy Estep
Sheryl Evons Mcirilyn Evorhorl Murroy Folk
Shirley Fender fonnie Finn Mike Flrmogon
Susan Flory Floyd Forges Jeff Forsyth
Judy Galloway Carolyn Gann Susan Geariery
Don Glaze Jams Glenn Marlene Gorlesnva
Chuck Hallln Nancy Hanes Dale Hansen
Nacllni' Harouff Gary Harris Sharon Harrls
Emma Jean Kullpn
E1IenLargen1 Steve Lqnhqm
Sunny Kitrelson Jaclme Kwrschner
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Craig Morrow Marshall Mosely Roy Mottram
Sylvester Nicholson Sally Nunn Corinne Nygaard
Debbi Patterson Charlotte Paul Mike Peabody
Kevin Peterson Carolyn Pewitt Dianne Phar
riendship ade Homesickness
Potty Price Joyce Quonstrom Janice Rank Triiio Rofcliff
Debbie Redman Darrell Reed Pull! Reed Vicki Rice
Eddie Robinson Leslie Rogers Kevin Romph Lynn Roseboro
Leann Rumcinn Valerie Solek MCrrgc1reTSulisbury Karla Sampson
Knllwy Scnoenborn llIT1SCl1NNC1bGU6l' Jerry Scott Larry Scott
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, Pat Scott Carolyn Serrafos Rick Shafer
S Sunnie Sheppard Gary Sherrill Cheri Shrader
Maureen Silliker Randy Simmons
Jane Smith Randall Smith
Teresa Southwell Bev Spaulding
Sharon Simpson Norma Slonalcer Dave Smith
Pam Snodgrass Erwin Sonnenbeng Sue Sornson
Lindsay Sporleder Don Sprague Julie Sfaup
reshmen Campaign for Class Offices
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Sheryl Taylor Carol Thomas Chuck Thompson Paify Thompson
Kris Unruh Rick Unruh Rick VanderMa1e Anne Vanderpool
Bill Vernor Larry Vinyard Gayle Walberg Ellis Walker
Mary Jo Wilcox
Nancy Weigel Jeff Weisen Joy Wesche
Tim Wheatly Terry White Vicki Wieters
Rod Wilden Chuck Wilkes Dianne Wilkes
Rick Wilson Cindy Wise Miich Wolf
Linda Wordswonh Twila Wright Carolyn Yoke
Joyce York Wanda Young Bev Zuercher
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STUDENT COUNCIL: Row li Mark Clarkg Duane Dale, Darlene Walker, Gayle Moore, Row 2: Ramon Vanderpool, Paul Stallcop, Chari Maxey, Jim
Thompson, Jim Roiz, Jan Friberg, Row 3: Bob Luhn, Kent Hull, Dr. Joseph Mayfield, Advisor, Liz Mosteller, Chuck Wilkes. Row A1 John Luik, Mr.
Irving Laird, Advisori Linda Nichols, Lee Dale, Rick Skeen, Lynda Campbell, Dan Ketchum.
In one ot the most signiticant actions this year, student gov-
ernment broke itselt into distinctly legislative and executive
branches. A Student Senate type ot legislative body will be
initiated next year. The tive ASB otticers vvill constitute the
Early in the year, Student Council spent several meetings ap'
pointing students to student-faculty committees, including the
new Personnel Council and Publications Board. The latter vvas
a source ot much discussion later in the year.
ln other business, the Council increased tees and considered
N.N.C.'s role in the Nazarene Student Leadership Conference.
An attempt to ban compulsory treshmen initiation failed due
to a vote ot the whole student body. Very active this year,
Student Council often met more than once a week.
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LasT year's annual, Oasis '69, received a B plus raTing, Based on
The consTrucTive insighTs offered in The judges crifigue, Oasis '70
will hopeTully improve iTs aualiTy.
This yearbook cannoT possibly include all of The years evenTs,
And even Those recorded do noT wholly represenT The complexiTy
oT The sensaTions received during The year T969-'70,
BuT The sTaTT members exerTed Their eTTorTs To produce in vvords
and picTures a book ThaT vvill recall The grovvrh we all experienced
aT NorThvvesT Nazarene College. Nor shown is Paula Hauser who
designed The cover and TiTle page..
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Linda Dillabaugh, Academicsy Mary Arnold, OrganizaTions
Marlene Slonalcer, SecreTary
Greg Jamison, Joe Hobson, Spams
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Befowz Byron Cnnfenden, Business Manager, Joanne Clauson, Cir-
culaiian Manager. Rughfz Linda Nichofs, Edi1or. BoT1arn:Jerry Helling,
Jeanna McConnell, Jan Worst, Nadxne Crovvfoof, John SuHivan, Pro-
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Lett Becky Corner, Assistant News Editor- John Luik,
News Editor, Jerry McConnell, Sports Editor. Below: Cheryl
Waller, Anita Watts, Typists. Bottom: Seoted+Donna
Strait, Associate Editor, Standing 'Paula Hauser, Sherry
Moran, Art Editors.
Under New Polieg
Under suspension, the Crusader did not publish first term. A joint student-
faculty Publications Board was established to determine the policy under
which it should operate. The Board met regularly all year to formulate
a policy and propose amendments to the ASB constitution.
The eight-page weekly chielly dealt with campus news. lt also included
regular columns, such as "One Small Voice," U'-NSG," and "Black Truth,"
Issues like pollution, Discovering the Other America seminar, Biafra, and
the draft were Featured.
KCRH greatly expanded its activities this
year, adding Saturday broadcasts, plus
more coverage ot student events.
Besides broadcasting light study music
on vveeknights and symphony music on
Sunday, KCRH featured a number ot stu-
dent torums and a children's broadcast
for community children.
Lonnie Heighton, Announcer, Terry Zink
Techniciong Donn McBride, Announcer.
Wendell Smith and Martin Hill, Announcers.
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Progrom Direcfor. Lower Right: Greg Jamison, Wayne
Brown, Don Ketchum, Announcers,
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Circle K, the inen's service club organization spon- i
soied by Kiwanis, pvrloiined tlteii' regular duties such
as uslieiing and running ballot boxes lor tlwe elec-
ln addition, tlte organization sponsored the Red Cross X
Blood Drive in tlie lall and assisted in the operation 1
of the Boy Scout Show in Caldwell in May.
Mary Ogden, Barbie Baitlow, Sweetheart Court, and Lynda Comp- Jim Thompson, Secretary, Ben Moore, Vice President, Teiry Martin, President, Rudy
bell, Circle K Svvvvtlivart.
Row 1- Randy Cgryell, Kent Hill, Dave Wilkes, Mr, Seaman, Advisor, Row Q1 Gary Waller, Mike Benedick, Glen Mowery, Lee Dale, Row 3: Wayne Brown,
Clog Jamison, Rod Hanson, Mel Skeen, Row 4: Duane Dale, Paul Stallcop, Mark Clark, Bayard DuBois Row 51 Ron Seaman, Ramon Vanderpool, Duane
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Model U. N. Represents Turkeg
Dr. Percival Wesche, Advisor, Tom Clough, Glenn Leppert, Grace Birks, David Ellis, Kathy Ketterling,
John Dorbandg Karen Bruner? Jim Thompsong Alfred Schaar.
Scriblerus is open to all students who
want to read contemporary books forthe
monthly meetings. English maiors are
especially encouraged to attend.
Some of this year's books were Ayn
Rands Fountainheaclg Ralph Ellison's ln-
visible Many Vladimir Nabokovs Pale
Fire, and Borland's When Legends Die.
Lell: Model U. N.
Model United Nations met frequently
throughout second and third terms to
study Turkey, the country N.N.C. was
chosen. to represent at the West District
MUN. Convention in April. Ten students
This years study was aided by James
Stewart-Robinson, a guest lecturer for
Top: A. W. S.
Associated Womens Students pro-
motes activities tor college women.
Big-Little Sister Tea, to which older
students invited assigned tieshmen,
is a preliminary get-together.
During Heart Sister Week in Feb-
ruary, students exchange anonymous
gifts, Twiip Week is another AWS
Bollomi Judicial Board
The Womens Board ot Judicial Re-
view is the women students' offticial
voice in matters governing them.
Since most matters deal with vvom,
en's dorm policies, the board is com-
posed ot representatives from each
dorm, as well as one trom oil-
The maior issue this year concerned
overnight and weekend passes.
R w l, Priscilla Young, Connie Jo Stringer. Raw 21 Mary Ogden, Mrs, John Riley, Advisor, Ginny
Mosteller, Anna Rose Blacklock, Diane Ditchen, Row 3, Ruth Birks, Carol Willis.
Kathy Howard reflects the proper attire at the
fall AWS party,
Row lf Liz Mosteller, Marita Douglas, Carol
Evans, Linda Wilkes, Row 21 Elaine Lacelle,
Marsha Moore, Elsie Gestrin, Nancy Nelson.
Raw 3: Lynda Campbell, Mary Beth Salisbury,
Mrs. JoAnn Willis, Advisor. Row 4, Kathy Gent-
ner, Vonnie Bartlow, Shannon Jensen, Chari
Maxey, Ginny Mosteller,
P. B. L. Sponsors Campus Directory
Karen Bean, Suzanne Leach, Terry Rich, Beth Coursey, Shari Robinson
Phi Beta Lambda is a chapter of Fu-
ture Business Leaders of America, a
national organization. Wayne Brown,
an N.N,C, sophomore, was State Vice
Along vviih its annual responsibility,
N.N.C.'s Crusader Directory, Phi Beta
Lambda brought in local business
and professional people as speakers
and as a panel.
The club also rnade a field Trip To
the Boise Cascade Corporation, a
construction company isee belovvi.
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Row l: Dr, Fred Knight,
Marita Douglas, Caroline
Scott, Judy Pugh, Dr. Lil-
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Clough, Jean Tish, Sue
Hysmithg Gerry Slabaugh.
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Sociologg Club Assists March of Dimes
Thig pi-,ge 9. N. E. A.
opp. Top: Sociology Club opp. Rigiif.Marshall Science
The N.N.C. chapter ot Student Na-
tional Education Association partici-
pated inthe decisions and voting on
the new S.lXl.E.A. constitution.
They talked by amplified telephone
with J. R. Picot, National President ot
Black History at one meeting. ln
another session, sanctions were
During Sociology Club meetings this
year, there was much discussion ot
current social topics, such as poverty,
community health, and drug abuse.
The group took a field trip to the
Idaho State School and Hospital.
In addition, they assisted in the
March of Dimes campaign.
chanan, Marshall Science was re-
iuvenated this year. lt had lain
dormant for two years.
The largest group ot members in
several years heard various views
expressed about contemporary
Several tield trips were also under-
taken. Dr. Donald Tillotson and Mr.
Timothy Fuller sponsored the club.
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Arsrh-I, Mr Hurrold Curl, Ad
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PrrscrIIf1Yormq, lou-tru Morris: Ruth
Stuckry Krrrlrm Rcryg Rmgvr Crbsorr.
Row T, Millie Brown, Gloria White, Sharon Nelson, Carolyn Appelt. Row 21 Mrs, Riley, Advisor, Marilyn Miner, Marita
las, Pom Alexander, Kathy Luhn, Sue Clem.
Row T, Jon Worst, Bill Moore, Jim Stew
Collegiate Ministerial ' T
The Collegiate Ministerial Association brings together ,
future ministers and interested lay people. They hold
dialogue sessions with local speakers ot varied faiths
and with other featured guests on campus.
Special guests this year were Dr, Hurn of the Depart-
ment of Home Missions lrightl, Dr. William Great-
house of Nazarene Theological Seminary, and Dr.
Timothy Smith of Johns Hopkins University.
art. Row2: John Denney, Rick Skeeri, Jim Dodge.
C.W.B. Extends Outreach Through Zone
Leif: Qhepherdess Club
Mrs. John Riley, wife of a former pastor and
now the college president, advises the Shep-
herdess Club. The thrust of the group's
emphasis is upon understanding the role ot
a minister's wife.
Membership consists of women whose hus-
bands are studying tor full-time Christian
Below: C. W. B.
Christian Workers' Band dispersed numerous
singing-preaching groups not only to local
rest homes and churches but also as tar
away as the Pacific Coast.
They held monthly sing-spirations and spon-
sored the annual candlelight service at the
clock tower. Through C.W.B. a number ot
student workers were placed in local churches.
Group lr-riders Gary Waller,
Clint Fslf: Gerry Sliabauglr
Steve Oglesvieg Paul Carruth
ersg Doug l7BVl4'lTSg Jerald Clinc-
Seatedg Dwight Douglas, Glen Mowery. Standing: Chuck Wilkes, Carol Lomlcing Sue Hardest
yy Merv Fribergy Judy Pugh, Paul Bruening, Glenn Culbertson.
Seated Mr, Irving Laird, Advisor, Stand-
ing: Mary Ogden, Marita Douglas' Anne
lelliies, Terry Smith Mel Skeen,
Row lr Neal Blank
enship, Mary Ogden, -
Dr. l-lurn, Terry Smith,
Mr. lrving LC1lffl.ROVV
2: Merv Friherg, f
Sandy Parrish, Patti
Borgens, Jan Honea,
Lois Belislep Dave
Long, Gary Skaggs.
Row 3' Ken Wrlrle,
Ruth Birks, Don
Doerksen, Mike Cum-
mings, Larry Roth.
Following the precedent ot last year's General Mis-
sionary Society's active student involvement, G.M.S.
took on two such projects this year. During the spring
vacation a group ot students built a large portion of
the Elko, Nevada Nazarene Church lrightl.
During the summer, a second group began construc-
tion ot the Jewel Lake Church in Anchorage, Alaska
A lilm ol the Elko, Nevada work helped to publicize
the projects. The money tor the film was provided
by the Department of Home Missions.
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club, greatly expanded its activities
, i if this year to include a wedding clinic.
it The club held a spring fashion show
and ended the year with the senior
home economics banquet.
The January meeting featured Ha-
: waii, in pictures and food iletti.
Gamma Nu Gamma
Gamma Nu Gamma, the women's athletic
service organization, supported themselves
through the sales ot society sweatshirts. The
club presented the Homecoming chapel.
Membership is based on participation in
Future plans of the club include creating a
bicycle rental and sponsoring camping trips.
N.N.C.'s lettermen's club, along with Gamma
Nu Gamma, operated the concession stands
at the basketball games lbelowl.
N Club also organized and produced the
Homecoming pressbook. The president
crowns the Homecoming Queen.
Row 1: Elsie Gestrin, Jean Powell, Carol loebor, Dee Smith. Row 17- Virginia Burk, Sue Hy'
smith, Judy Pugh, Ruth Sfucke, Bonnie Dietrich. Row 3: Miss Martha Hopkins, Advisor, Mis.
Jean Harwood, Advisor, JoAnn Salisbury, Jan Worst, Judy Hanson, JoAnn Gehrke.
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Row T: David Perkins, Jim Irish, Rod Hanson, Terry Litke, Row 7, Don Keller, Dan Lanman,
kick Hartwig, Mel Slrcfen, John Brasch, Strive Foster. Row 3: Robert Taylor, Monty Ortrnrin
Bob Eckor, Jim VanArsdel, Greg Jamison, Chuck Ceselle, Sam Frazier.
Row I: Becky Ballard, Joe Hobson, Lynn Stallings. Row 21 Jim Langley, John Dorband, Mitch Wolf, Ellen McDowell Bob Croft Row 3 Al Morgan Duane
Mattson, Bill Vernor, Rick Vandermate, Bayard DuBois, Marvin Bales. Row 4, Ron Bean, Anita Mclntyre, Karen Bean Kathy Ketterling Carol Latter Priscilla
Young. Row 5, Bill Hinderliter, Terry Gulley, Muriel Eason, Doug Hagemeier, Terry Lancaster.
Row lf Lonnie Barnhouse, Miss Martha Hopkins, Advisor, Jeannette Bunn, l2uthAnn Pruett, Sandy Bennett, Dee Smith Row Q Sam Frazier
Judy Hanson, Bonnie Dietrich, JoAnn Salisbury, Linda Dobbs, Rick Hartwig.
Ski Club ilms N. N. C. Skiers
Ski Club during the winter months was
one of the most active clubs on campus.
They sponsored monthly ski films and
speakers. The club organized trips to
nearby resorts, such as Anthony Lakes
and Brundage Mountain, plus one trip
to Sun Valley.
In addition, the club made a film featur-
ing N.N.C. skiers.
P. E. Majors
Physical Education students sponsor ac-
tivities to correlate with their maior. They
hold regular meetings, several of which
are activity nights in the gym.
The clubs main responsibility is col-
lecting tickets at the basketball games.
Spanish Club was a new organization This
year. lt met approximately once a month.
Its maior activity was a Christmas party at
The home of The advisors, Mr. and Mrs. lra
A main objective was to improve each mem-
ber's use of the language. Therefore, all
meetings were conducted in Spanish.
The second language organization, French
Club, also originated This year. Primarily
student initiated, The group asked Mrs. Lytle,
The French professor, To be its advisor.
l-ler assistance was especially beneficial
since she natively speaks French. The
monthly meetings were successful according
To The members.
Row lg Pat Kliewer, Mrs. Lytle Advisor Lois Belisle Tom Summers Ron Hull Joe Hobson Row 2 Bob Croft Larry Wheeler
Sue Hysmith, Larry Scott, Meriden Harvey
Karen Keim, Rod Hanson
LaRoe Rickard? Miss Ma-
rian Washburn, Advisory
Sunshine Club entered this "float" in the Homecoming Parade.
Row 1: Miss Marian Washburn, Advisor, Joanne Cluuson. Row 2: Conne
Montgomery, Sherry Silvers, Linda Nichols? Pom Litsey.
Top: Zeta Kappa Rho
Honor students with a grade point average of 3.40 or above
are automatically members ot Zeta Kappa Rho.
Otticers are elected at the annual tall dessert banquet. Mem-
bers are guests of Phi Delta Lambda tor a tea at Christmas.
Seniors are elected to Phi Beta Lambda and invited to a
breakfast sponsored by that group on commencement
Left. Sunshine Club
Sunshine Club began as a ioke but quickly became the
largest group on campus. Soon everyone displayed the
smiles, yellovv paper sunbursts, and peace symbols which
were the groups emblems.
lts members decorated a bus tor the Homecoming Parade
labovelg sent cheery letters in the mail, and hailed sunny days
as being made especially tor them.
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ow l: Coroline Scott, Pat Rice, Pom Lifsey, Borbie Borflow, Beverly l-lempel, Esther Llndbloom. Row 2, Rich Ackley Mor
Tin Hill, Lindo Pelerson, Rudy Lindbloom, Mike Rice, Don Keller, Morllyn Voil, Randy Coryell, Terry Smith.
Boll' flue Norllwveslerrwers and Cru-
sader Cror Tourer: llre educolcrwcl
The Norllwwesferrwers Your dwrrwg sec-
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ccricerls were sewlrzr gwfl sacred.
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College Clwolr expcmrled ms vclce,
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Row lr Joanne Hull, Kathy Bozarth, Pam Ellis, Marilyn Everhart, Evaiean Blum, Debbie Wallace, Norma Slonaker, Janis
Glenn, Sharma Dobbs, Row 2, Cathy Van Slyke, Carolyn Edes, Lorna Loeber, Janell Erickson, Sue Sornson, Janet Johnson,
Anne Vanderpool, Jane Smith, Laurel Tracy, Chari Maxey, Shannon Jensen, Joyce Quanstrom, Barbara Kaye. Row 3, Nancy Weigel, JoAnn Gehrke, Ellen
Largent, Sandy Parrish, Carolyn Gann, Ellen McDowell, Larry Scott, Douglas Berman, Randy Simmons, Rob Guy, Chuck Hallin, Sheryl Blades, Jackie
Woodward, Beth Hicks, Linda Morris. Row 4, Greg Hicks, Rick Schaefer, Doug Bloomquist, Don Glaze, Jeff Forsyth, Mike Cummings, Don Climer, Dale
Schafer, Jerry Borden, Rick Unruh, Brad Arneson, Chuck Wilkes, Jerry Scott, Mike Warren.
Row I1 Peggy Grant, Ginger Mackey, Gay Collins, Gayle Wordsworth, Esther Lindbloom, Karen Meyers, Kathy Campbell,
Gayle Fountain, Connie Sams, Joyce Knight, Chrys LaCelle. Row 21 Dr. Marvin Bloomquist, Director, Caroline Scott, Alice
Lee, Delayne Hill, Linda Peterson, Trisha Pohl, Connie Castle, Carol Smith, Nancy Hopkins, Connee Montgomery, Liz Mosteller, Row 3: Dave Mortimer, Randy
Coryell, Gary Skaggs, Al Morgan, Terry Danker, Merv Friberg, Monty Ortman, Wendell Smith, Martin Hill, Row 41 Don Keller, John VanManen, Mike Wiebe,
Mike Vail, Fernando Bensuaski, Adrian VanManen, Gerry Slabaugh, Robert Ellis, Terry Smith, Ken Wilde.
Lee Dale, Leonard McCallum, Tom Dale, Lonnie Heighton, Rolynd Puckett, Dave Ellis, John Denney, Duane Dale, Bill Mattei, Rod
Willett, Larry Sams, Ken Breeding, Gerry Sanford, Rick Schaefer, Dan Stukas, Fonny Davidson, drums, Mr. Jim Willis, Director.
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Rolynd Puckett on the trombone was a newcomer to the
Duane Dale, Larry Burton, Kent Hill, Tom Dale, Mr. Jim
Stage Band Tapes Cartridge
Due to Mr. Willis's leave ot absence to work on his doctorate, the Stage
Band only presented one concert this year, However, two performances
were held instead ot the usual one. The protessional-like concerts were
taped tor a stereo cartridge and sold to raise funds.
John Osborne, as "Chicken Man," provided a surprise hilarity at the
The traveling quartets lopposite pagel spend their summer representing
the school throughout the Northwest. This year is the second consecutive
one tor the Masters Men.
The Brass Ensemble accompanied the Northwesterners' fall concert.
d Dorm Council: Row lr Jim Morrell: Paul Brueningg Sam Frazier. Row 2: Lyle Maynard, Steve McConnel, Ervin Kal
or Ier, Jim York.
Oxford and Culver
Halls House Upper-
Oxford Hall is the upper-division men's
residence. lts lounge often holds club
meetings and special dialogue sessions
with campus guests.
Besides the regular dormitory prayer
meetings and parties, the dorm is making
plans for the installation of a sauna
Culver Hall is the residence for iunior
and senior women. Rev. and Mrs. Harold
Volk are its head residents.
A feature of this year's activities was the
ring passing ceremony to honor recently
Rick Skeen, President, and Dr. Arthur Seamans, Head Resident.
Rolw l1.Parvy Daniel, Mary Beth Salisbury, Mitsuko Maedag Beth Coursey. Row 2: Vonnie Barflowg Ruth Birks, Ginny Mosteller, Karen Beany
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Above- Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schroeder and Lisa, Head Residents, Above
Right: Dorm Council Row 'lf Ron Frank, Jerry
Hampton, Don Keller, Randy Coryell. Row 2: Larry Miller, Steve
Barton. Right: Jim Rotz, President, and Mel Schroeder, Head Resident.
In addition to a party peg term, Mangum Hall remodeled its
lounge in cooperation with the administration. The students them-
selves repaneled the walls and installed an indirect lighting
New furniture and carpeting will be funded bythe administration
and installed this summer.
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Dooley Hall renovated its prayer Chapels this year. Floors
were carpeted and pictures were hung. The lighting was
greatly improved by the addition of hanging lamps.
The usual dorm parties and prayer meetings helped
create a feeling of unity among the sophomore women.
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Mr. ond Mrs. Jim Willis, Robbie and Lori, Head Residents, Carol Evans, Assistant Head Resident, Liz Mosteller, President.
Dorm Council Row I: Rhonda Williams, Gayle Wordsvvorthq Edith Jedan, Irene White. Row ?1Soe flem, Carolyn Appelt, Lindo Eisenbarth, Connie
Castle: Judy Eldridge, Linda Dillabaugh.
Dorm Life Begins in
man and Morrison
Mr. Ken Townson, Heod Resident, Romon Vonderpool, President. Mr. ond Mrs. Ken Townson,
Dorrn Council Row 1: Ken Breeding, Ramon Vonderpool, Jim Irish, Orv Churchill, Row 2: Merv
Heightonp Jim Dodge, Row 31 Gary Waller, Mike Benedick, Dain Ketchum, David Perkins.
Dorm Council: Row i: Connie Rich-
ardson, Nadine Harouffg Sue Sorn
song Shannon Jensen. Pow 17: Bev'
erly Moong Jan Wilhelm, Gretchen
Karpsteiny Ellen Largentg Joyce
Quanstrom. Row 3: Norma Slonaker,
Mary Herring, Penny Bellamy lnot
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Chapman Hall again sponsored a bed race with
the College of Idaho. After N.N.C. transported the
bed to Caldwell, C. of I. forfeited last year.
The annual camp-out was enjoyed by all who
The main -improvement in Chapman this year was
the renovation ofthe prayer chapel. Also, a color
television was purchased.
Morrison HaIl's activities were quite numerous
this year. The dorm held a number of parties, in-'
cluding special ones for Chapman Hall and for
Prospective Student Day visitors.
Morrison was also in charge of the Homecoming
Willard Hall is the most recent addition
to men's housing. Its single rooms previ-
ously were the nurses' quarters of the
Mercy Hospital. Willard Friesen donated
the money to purchase the hospital com-
plex for further expansion.
The buildings are located several blocks
north ot the rest ofthe campus.
Dorm Council: Jim Gebhordt, Lindsay Enderlayg Doug Helling
John Denney, Head Resident: Alfred Schaar, President.
Thirty Percent of Students
Approximately one-third of N.N.C.'s student body lives
off-campus. Many of them have moved to Nampa recent-
ly for their college years.
Vetville, labovel, an N.N.C.-owned housing unit, helps
alleviate the tight housing for married couples.
Although it is about half as expensive to live off-campus,
Those students sometimes find it difficult to become as-
similated with the rest of the student body.
Judging from-their voting record it seems NNC. more
successfully involves its off-campus students than most
In Tourney, 0Ig's
Voted Best Sports
The Athenian men again captured first place in the Mills-
Cunningham Basketball Tournament. Individuals receiving
honors were: Bob Vandersluis, Alan Caba, Martin Hill,
and Jim Rotz.
The Olympians won the Sportsmanship Trophy and
placed ten members on the All Star teams. The following
people earned recognition: Kathy Schoenborn, Joann
Gehrke, Ron Alexander, John Brasch, Tom Edwards, Steve
Foster, Rod Hanson, Mike Benedick, Darlene Eppes, Kathy
Woodward, Gary Skaggs, Dorothy Bundy, and Elaine
Opposite Page Ken Townson, Rick Skeen, Athenian Presidents. This
Page Sieve Sharp Ueffl and Ron Alexander lbelowj, Oly Presidents.
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Dan Lanman, ADP Presidents. Above and
Far Right: Softball is a fall and spring
activity. Right: The Mills-Cunningham
Tournament did not go by without enter-
ADP's Dominate Team Sports.
Spartans Take Music and Speech
Ron Seaman, and Jim VanArsdel, Spartan Presidents.
The ADP women won the Hub-
bard - Long - Wesche Basketball
Tournament and helped the men
in capturing both team sports
Individuals worthy of note were
Sandy Bennett, Bonnie Dietrich,
Elsie Gestrin, Ellen Largent, Tom
Litsey, Irene White, Connee Mont-
gomery, and Gary Harris.
Enough Spartans participated in
the music and speech events to
earn them that trophy. Participat-
ing individuals with outstanding
records were Judy Hanson,
Randy Craker, Verna Wardlaw,
Sam Frazier, Terry Litke, Connie
Taylor, Lee Dale, Ron Rickard,
and Maxine Lister.
L9P's Garner Faoultg Loving
Cup, 9LA's Provide Competition
The LSP's lengthened their winning streak by again bring-
ing home the Faculty Loving Cup. Besides the grand
trophy, the powerful society received the Individual Points
Trophy and had two of its members, Shannon Galloway
and Ken Wilde named the outstanding track participants.
Other regular standouts were Lonnie Barnhouse, Steve
Phelps, Carol Loeber, Marilyn Vail, Ron Manley, Judy
Chadwick, Jim Gacey, Julie Wilden, and Greg Jamison.
Although the Sl.A's had difficulty rounding up teams
andfor individual sport participants they offered stout
resistance to any notions of forgeting them. Larry Vine-
yard and Gene Maison received the most recognition.
Ron Manley and Terry
Smith, LSP Presidents.
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NEW DISTRICT CENTER - WOODBURN, OREGON
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Emphasis is on Youth. Camps from June through August.
Oregon Pacific District Church of the Nazarene
W. D. McGraw, District Superintendent James R. Martin, NYPS President
Leslie Parrott, Church Schools Chairman Mrs. E. W. Shields, NWMS President
Rev. Bert Daniels
Washington Pacific District
"Every youth has a quest to make,
For lite is the Kings highwayg
And a ioyous heart is the script we take
On the road ot Everyday.
Every youth has his gifts to guard
As he fares to a tar-oft goal -
A body pure, and a mind unmarred,
And the light of a lovely soul.
Every youth has a task ot his own,
For the Father has planned it soy
He seeks the way and He alone
Can show him the path to go.
Every youth has a lovely Guide
From the vale to the mountain crest,
For the unseen Friend who walks beside
ls the Way and the End of the Quest"
N.N.C., YOU HAVE OUR SUPPORT
Illwahingwtn lnllarifir Bifxiriri
Graduates of 1970
FRCM THE NORTHWEST DISTRICT
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RAYMOND C. KRATZER W. PERRY WINKLE
District Superintendent NYPS President
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1970
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MURRAY J. PALLETT1 Superintendent
J. T. CRAWFORD: Chairman Schools
MRS. M. J. PALLETT: N.W.M.S, President
G. BRAD SAFFELL: N.Y.P.S. President
District Heodquorters at:
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Our Students Attending N.N.C.
"COME NORTH TO THE FUTURE"
Tim Clarkson Ron Manley Church of the Nazarene, Soldotna, Alaska
Joe Hobson Terry Martin
James Longley Noncy Nelson
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Congraiulaiions. Class of '70
College Church of The Nazarene
Dewey 84 Juniper S'rreeTs
Jim Bond, Minisler EN B. l-larlley, Associale
Harold Perkins, Youfh Mr. 81 Mrs. Wally Swarm, Music
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1970
Iliirsst Qlhurrh uf the Nazarene
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Gordon A. Olsen
Donald C. Moore
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Minister Minister of Music
608 - 14th Avenue North
OF THE NAZARENE
129 N. 14th St.
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CF THE NAZARENE
Renton Our Students at N
Washington Ed Dugan
HARRY EVANS Stephen W. Bender,
Proposed new church Poslor
Myrtle Creek Nazarene Church
235 N.E. Rice Stf-Myrtle Creek, Oregon
Our Youth - Today's lnvestment
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
fl Live Church with Il Warm u7l'It'0IIll'
Qhurrh uf ilu' lYZIEbII'l'1IL'
E. K. BRYANT, Pastor
Congratulations Class of '70
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richland first church, richland, washington
m. w. anderson
An N.N.C. Booster
Church of the Nazarene
Euclid and Hale Boise, Idaho
N.N.C. Students Welcome
First Church of the Nazarene
from the heart of big, wonderful Wyoming
supports NNC with
J. Russell Brown, Pastor
Our students 1969-70
Pastor Volney A, Johnson
Minister of Youth
Robert O. Jackson
Gmmeit Glhurrh nf the Nazarene P f
Our Students f V X
Bryon Chittenden Vance Howard --
Joanne Clauson David Longenecker Richard Stevens Q
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Class ot 1970
WEST MOUNTAIN AND MCKINLEY "Offering a Firrn Faith For a Trembling World"
FORT COLLINS, COLORADO
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Corner of N. 2nd and "B" Streets
Elliswclkef A pioneer church
with a message
for the future
DUANE E. MUTH, Pastor
First Church of the Nazarene
H. B. London, Jr, Paul C. Zoroya
Pastor Assoc. Pastor
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Boise First Church
Lathe Churoh by the side ofthe freewayn
1200 North iriherty Road - Use the Curtis Exit
North to Fairviowg West to Liberty
A Twenty Minute Ride Lets N. N. C. Students Worship With Us!
Roiwrt D. Hvrupvi. 115. Miuistvr
Douglas W. Built-s. '66, Minister of Youth ami Christian Etiuvation
Richard A, Lindhlooui, 518. Miuistc-r of Music
CHURCH OF THE
Tenth ond Lincoln Ave.
Where no one is ci stronger twice!
Rev. W. E. Swonson, Postor
hurrh nf the Nazarvnv
Mzulison and Elm
ES S. MILLER
Qllturrly nf 1112 Nnzarvnw
520 North Holly Street-lVIedford, Oregon
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DANHCI, ll. PENN W. Llili MANSVICLIY
Pastor Associate' Pastor
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1970
Our Students --f Rick Shofer
Judy Allen John Stork
Mike Allen Don Simmons
Bruce Allen Lorry Vinyord
As Always - Faithfully Supporting N.N.C.
Congratulations to the Class of 1970
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Rev. Fred E. Fowler, Pastor
Wholeheartedly Supporting NNC
God Bless You
Class of '70
Church of the Nazarene
Come Qzg Way-To Visit Or To Stay
REV. GARTH HYDE, Pastor
Spitlmnv Eiirizzi Slxppitrtis N.N.C.
Come and Visit
First Church ot the Nazarene
W. 704 Nora '
Spokane, Washington 99205 S
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'IA LOYAL FRIEND OF N.N.C. - PROVID
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AND WORKING WITH GRADUATES TO FIND
A PLACE OF SERVICE IN THIS EXCITING AND
CHARLES A. WILKES
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Corner 2nd Aw. and fltli St.
81 supports N.N.C. ' .s.
with prayers, ?4.5li,N,wL,,r.jgfg3
students, and ,-"1 ii "
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N. James Bartz,
CONGRATULATIONS to the cLAss or 1970
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
IQO7 West Court St.
Clair W. Kern, Pastor
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REV. HUGH Ii. IIINES, PHSIOI'
13th and IC. St.
A spiritual, growing, friendly
Nazarene Congregation at the
Air crossroads of the World.
N.W.M.S. Pl'l'Silll'IlIg BURIJIE STRAIT
N.Y.P.S. Pre-sifl:-nl, IDWAIN SKIPWORTH
SL1lldaySchoul SlllN'I'illll'll1il'lll, MILLARD OWENS
Quurvll Qhurrh uf ilu' NZlS2iIl'l'1Il'
500 E. Franklin
me Artprvriatri auth
V iq Roger J. Wegner
Congratulations to the Graduating Class
116 N.E. 29th Ave.
mln the heart of Portland
For the hearts of Portlandi'
From N.N.C. Alumni and friends in the
First Church of the Nazarene
Ray R. Glenn, Pastor
Qlwrrh nf ilu' Xazzanrvnv
of Longmont, Colo.
Salutes and Supports N.N.C.
with prayers, budgets and students.
Qihurrh uf tltv Naznrvxw
7805 S.E. 17th Avenue
0 Salutes The '70 Graduates
0 Backs the College
0 Congratulates the College in
C. W. Grim,
Director ol Music
M. V. LAWS, Pastor
The congregation at Hillsboro, Oregon
Church of the Nazarene
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J, L. VanArsdel Judy Moore, Wally Moore, Jim VanArsdel
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Our church is located in the beautiful Yakima Valley where ln-
dustry and Agriculture rneet. The Church of the Nazarene in
Grandview is the largest Holiness Church in the Lower Valley.
The Grandview Church believes in and supports Northwest Naz-
arene College and sends its youth.
John W, Lundy
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' ., Class of '70
' E3 Ketchikan, Alaska
gh J. EARL sAMs, Pastor
Qluirrli uf thv jfbliblfltlllt
P. J. Bartrarn, Pastor
"Fishers ot Men in the Salmon Capital H. E. Mosely, Associate
ot the World" Warren Franklin, Music
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AS AN ALUMNUS you will travel far
but we are waiting your return!
NORTHWEST NAZARENE COLLEGE
Nampa Fellowship Federal
Congratulates N.N.C. 's
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We Appreciate the College
12-14th Ave. So. Phone 466-2434
'LTHOINIPSONS OIL - the next best thing
to an Oklahoma credit C21I'Cl.,,
Thompson's Gil Co.
20 Years Service
72-I 12th Ave. Hd. Dial 466-9976
Across From Nampa High
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WM. GLEN REED INSURANCE
116 - 13th
When you lhink of INSURANCE
lhink of GLEN REED
SUPER THRIFT DRUG
NAMPA'S FRIENDLIEST DRUG STORE
WITH COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE
S Sz H GREEN STAMPS T12 HOLLY
466-8488 IN HOLLY SHOPPING CENTER
Albel'fSOl1 Total Discount Food Center
715 12th Avenue South Nampa
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FOR 22 YEARS N.N.C.'s FAVORITE MEN'S STOREU
1309 First St. South Dial 466-5511
424-12th Ave. Rd.
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Friends of NNC
ALSIP FUNERAL CHAPEL
Ngmpgl ,dom Serving Treasure Valley
John Alsip Lorry Kroush
Finer Dairy Products
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '70
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Across from Post OIIICO
Nampa. IIIQIIIU PI1. 'I66-0211 phone 466-4653
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I Serving over 250
colleges and hospitals.
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Clvanzng is an ar! not jus! 0 bzzsirzvss
Furniture 81 Appliances
We Give S 81 H Green Stamps
1403 - 2nd St. So. - Nampa
Proudly Supporis N.N.C.
1305 Iird St. South
Apparel . . .
110 -112th AVC. So,
The Best in Flowers
YYCIIHIDCL CQYOIU! GO.
Greenhouse To You Days Fresher
FLOWER SHOP and OFFICE
1211 -2nd Street South
Phones: 466-3508, 466-3509
R 8 V0il Co.
ALL STANDARD OIL
607 - 12th Ave. Rd.
NEW CHEVRON FURNACES Phone 46619930
Phone 466-3527 3, Place.
Nampa - Caldwell - Wilder Boron
LIFE :: FIRE :: AUTO
R L Jarvis
611 - 15th Ave. So.
466-1936 - PHONE - 466-0277
Your Home Core Center
0 Hardware and Paint
0 Building Material
"The Pioneer Yord"
Lumber Yord Cool Yord
Protect What You Value I5 Ninth Ave, So. IO Ninth Ave. So
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '70
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4423 12 Ave. Rd. -1-66-24436
Best Wishes Class of '70
Burke Hudelson Ford'
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Honslead ljotor cd
Lodge Mot r, Inc.
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CANYON COUNTY NEW CAR DEALERS
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ll2 - lflth :Xvenue So. Nampa, ldaho
U8 12th Ave. So.
Hlfour feufeler Since I93l,,
Watcll Repair-arid Jewelry Repair
lingruving and Diamond Setting
Close location inthe
M8iW Shopping Center
Congratulations Class of '70
Holly Barber Shop
open at 8 am 3 chairs
We have closed the door. But let's not lock it, This
year has been permeated with hope, yet tinged with
doubt. It was not a normal year because we are not
normal. Your year was to you as my year was to me.
Oasis '70 has permanently recorded as many im-
pressionable moments-times ot growth-as was
circumstantially permissible. Naturally, we missed
some of your favorites. Not all of our senses can be
H Should Never End
written or pictured. For that reason, save your mem-
ories, do not throw away their key. What is contained
in them may unlock the future.
These words are no more of an admonishment than
is this book. lf we remember when, how, and why
we have grown, the process will never cease.
Gayle Moore, 1970 Editor
Oly., officer, Pi Omicron, officer, "You Can't
Take It With You"
Eagle Point, Oregon
Spa., officer, SNEA, officer, Zeta Kappa Rho
LSP, PEM Club, Vice President, President, Men's
Spa., officer, AWS Council, Northwesterners,
KCRH officer, Sweetheart Committee
OIy,, Dooley Hall, Sec., Sociology Club, Sec.,
AWS, Sec., Culver Hall Council, Vice President,
BLAKESLEY, J EANETTE
Oly., MENC, Flute Ensemble, Band
BLA LOCK, MATTHEW
OIy,, CWB, officer, Oxford Dorm Council
Oly., CWB, Marshall Science Club, President
ADP, ASB Vice President, Culver Hall, Pres-
ident, Soph. Class Sec., Pi Omicron, Vice Pres-
ident, Ski Club officer, Society officer, SNEA,
Zeta Kappa Rho, Personnel Council, Pi Kappa
Delta, Who's Who
SLA, Men's Club, President, N Club, President
Oly., officer, Ski Club, French Club, PE Club,
Cheerleader, 2 years
SLA, Crusader staff
Ath., ASB President, Freshman Class President,
Soph. Class Rep., Jr. Class Rep., Oasis staff,
Circle K, Vice President, Student Rotarian, Model
UN, Circle K Service Award, Whos Who
SLA, Scriblerus, President, Sunshine Club, of-
ficer, Crusader staff, Nomad, editor
Oly., Young Republicans
SLA, Young Republicans, Vice Pesident, SNEA,
Constitution Chairman, Model UN
COU RSEY, BETH
SLA, Phi Beta Lambda, Vice President, Sec.,
Dorm Council, SNEA
LSP, CMA, officer, CWB, officer, Crusader staff,
"The Merchant Of Venice", "A Man For All
Oly., officer, Intramural track, SNEA, Pi Omi-
cron, Gamma Nu Gamma, CWB
Spa., SNEA, "Merchant Of Venice"
Hood River, Oregon
SLA, Scriblerus, Stage Band, Intramural Speech
Award, "Enemy Of The People"
DE HAME R, DALE
ADP, Cross Country, Chess Club, i'Pygmalion"
Walla Walla, Washington
Oly., SNEA, Dooley Dorm Council
Mandan, North Dakota
Ath., Morrison, Dooley, Culver Dorm Council,
AWS Council, SNEA
LSP, Zeta Kappa Rho
LSP, Dorm Council, All-Star Football, SNEA
Oly., N Club, officer, Cross Country, Phi Beta
LSP, officer, N-Club Chaplain, Men's Club, Vice
President, Operation Satisfaction Committee
Spa., Pi Omicron, officer
SLA, officer, Freshman Class Chaplain, Intra-
mural All-Star Football, Track, SNEA, Circle K
LSP, Cheerleader, Ski Club
Oly., SNEA, Pi Omicron
LSP, Vice President, PE Majors Club, Extramural
Field Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Track, Field,
GNG, SNEA, Phi Beta Kappa
ADP, Women's Judicial Board
Ath., Pi Omicron, SNEA
ADP, Young Republicans, SNEA, Marshall Sci-
Bismark, North Dakota
Oly., Scriblerus, officer, Zeta Kappa Rho
Ath., Junior Class President, Zeta Kappa Rho,
Vice President, Junior Varsity Basketball, Circle
K, Freshman Math Award, Junior Marshal,
Great Falls, Montana
Spa., officer, CWB, Vice President, AWS, of-
ficer, Morrison Hall, Chaplain, Dooley Singers,
Soph. officer, Franchise Committee, GMS, of-
ficer, Pi Omicron, Concert Band, Gospel Son's
pianist, Freshman Sweetheart Princess, Miss
Oly., SNEA, CWB, Sunshine Club
KEA RNS, SUE
Gold Beach, Oregon
ADP, SNEA, officer
ADP, Publications Board, Zeta Kappa Rho,
Young Republicans, Outstanding Freshman
Physics Award, "Aladdin's Lamp"
Spa., Student Mission Corps, CMA, officer, CWB,
officer, Senior Class Sec., Sec. of Culver Hall,
Dooley Hall Council
LAWSON, GA RY
ADP, Senior Class Vice President, Basketball,
N Club, Basketball Rebound Record
Spa., Phi Beta Lambda, officer
ADP, Youth For Christ, Weber County Intern
LSP, President, Circle K, officer, Ski Club, Pres-
ident, Vice President, Chapman Hall, Vice Pres-
ident, Publications Board, Sounding Board,
Northwesterners, Crusader Choir
Oly., Chairman Jr. Class Musicale, Chairman
Homecoming, ASG Musicale, Crusader staff,
College Choir, Northwesterners, SNEA, MENC,
LSP, Philharmonic Choral Society, CWB, Wom-
en's Glee Club, SNEA, Zeta Kappa Rho
Ath., Phi Beta Lambda
Spa., Oxford Hall Treasurer, Track, Marshall
Science Club, SNEA
SLA, Ski Club
SLA, SNEA, Zeta Kappa Rho
Ath., Sociology Club, Concert Band, CWB
Walla Walla, Washington
LSP, Stuart Scholarship from Carnation Co.,
Zeta Kappa Rho
Ath,, Crusader Choir, Junior Class officer, Sen-
ior Class President, Circle K, President, District
Lieutenant Governor, Junior Varsity Basketball,
MAYNA RD, LYLE
Spa,, Oxford Hall Sec., SNEA, Young Repub-
Oly., officer, Sociology Club
ADP, SNEA, Ski Club
LSP, SNEA, Ski Club
Oly., Circle K, Vice President, Oasis Staff
Oly., officer, Dooley Hall President, AWS Coun-
cil, CWB Vice President, CMA, officer, Culver
Hall Chaplain, Athletic-Literary Council, SNEA,
GMS, Zeta Kappa Rho, Junior Sweetheart Prin-
cess, Who's Who
Oly., Society Council, Sophomore Class Chap-
lain, CWB, officer, Circle K, Whos Who, "You
Can't Take lt With You"
Klamath Falls, Oregon
ADP, Ski Club, President, SNEA
Milton Freewater, Oregon
SNEA, Phi Beta Lambda, Future Business Teacher
of Idaho T968
Spa., Ski Club, officer, Women's Judicial Board,
Young Republicans, Sociology Club
Ath., officer, Freshman Class officer, AWS
Council, Pi Kappa Delta, officer, Forensics, In-
tramural Speech Director, Young Republicans,
Zeta Kappa Rho, SNEA, Crusader Choir, Who's
Who, Homecoming Queen, Four Speech Trophies
Band, College Choir, Young Republicans, CWB
PETE RSON, LINDA
Dorm President, Dorm Council, Womens Judicial
Board, Homecoming Committee, Music Club,
officer, SMENC, Vice President, Academic Coun-
cil, College Choir, Northwesterners, Zeta Kappa
Rho, SNEA, Junior Marshal
Picture Butte, Alberta, Canada
Spa., SNEA, Ski Club, Young Republicans
STIERWALT, SHARON Salem, Oregon
ADP, officer, Senior Class officer, SNEA, Vice
President, GMS, officer, Dooley Hall officer, Zeta
Kappa Rho, Vice President, Homecoming Chair,
man, Pi Omicron, Ski Club, Young Republicans,
Crisco Award, Who's Who
RAYBO RN, ROBERT
Ath., Young Republicans, officer, KCRH, news
director, Varsity Track, Scriblerus, Zeta Kappa
REICHLEIN, MARY KAY
Ath., Dorm Council, SNEA, Young Republicans,
ADP, President, Basketball, Track, Cross Country
Ath., Pi Omicron, officer, AWS Council, SNEA,
ROTH, LA RRY
SALISBU RY, MA RY BETH
LSP, Womens Judicial Board, Culver Hall officer,
AWS Council, Bookstore Committee, Scriblerus,
Sunshine Club, Student Mission Corps
Oly., SNEA, officer, SIEA, officer, SMENC, Zeta
Oly., CMA, SNEA, Spanish Club
SCU DDE R, JOSEPHINE
Van Zandt, Washington
Ath., officer, Road Runner Track Club, GMS,
CWB, "Merchant Of Venice", "You Can't Take
It With You", "A Man For All Seasons", "Pyg-
malion", "Enemy Of The People"
SLA, officer, CWB, CMA, Young Republicans
Oly., Sunshine Club
Oly., officer, PEM, Vice President, Varsity Bas-
ketball, Intramural sports
ADP, Sunshine Club, Vice President, Scriblerus,
Crusader Staff, Personnel Council, SNEA,
Womens Judicial Board
St. Louis, Missouri
Ath,, President, N Club, Chaplain, CMA, officer,
Oxford Hall President, CWB, officer, Tennis
LSP, officer, Crusader staff, PE Majors club, of-
ficer, GNG, officer, Varsity Tennis, Intramural
Awards, Extramural Hockey, Basketball, Volley,
Spa,, Wrestling, SNEA, N-Club
LSP, GMS, President, Scholarship Committee,
Religious Life Committee, Society President,
Northwesterners, College Choir, Collegian Quarf
tet, Who's Who
SLA, Finance Committee, ASB Treasurer, Phi
Beta Lambda, State President, Circle K, Whos
LSP, officer, CMA
SLA, officer, GNG, Phi Beta Lambda, PBL
STONEMAN, DA RLENE
Spa., Dorm Council, AWS Council, SNEA, Home-
Rock Springs, Wyoming
Spa,, officer, Pi Omicron, President, SNEA
Spa., officer, Intramural Award
Ath., officer, Circle K, officer, KCRH Manager,
Junior Class Vice President, Varsity Track, Cross
Country, Who' s Who
ADP, SNEA, Pi Omicron
VAN ARSDEL, JIM
Spa., President, Sociology Club, Track, Cross
Country, N Club
VAN HOOSER, GARY
Ath., SNEA, Marshall Science Club
LSP, CWB, Sociology Club
WALKER, DA RLENE
Pacific Palisades, California
SLA, Oasis staff, ASB Vice President
Oak Harbor, Washington
LSP, SNEA, Crusader Choir, Concert Band, Flute
ADP, Phi Beta Lambda, Young Republicans
SLA, Pi Omicron, officer, SIEA, State Sec., Ski
WI LLETT, ROD
Ath., Sociology Club, Stage Band, Scriblerus,
San Jose, California
Spa., Transfer from Pasadena College
WILLIS, CA ROL
Ath., AWS Vice President, SNEA, Ski Club,
CWB, Sweetheart Queen
ADP, Young Republ icans,
ADP, KCRH Technician,
"You Can't Take It
Abbott, Lee 201
Abbott, Linda 191
Abendroth, Judy 162
Abercrombie, Jan 191
ACADEMIC COUNCIL 114
Blum, Evaiean 201,241
BOARD OF REGENTS 111
Bolles, Marcia 38,191
Book, Eldon 181
Book, Glenda 191
BORCHERT, JANICE 117
Borden, Gerald 202,241
Ackley, Richard 162,240
N, RUTH 122
ALEXANDER, PAM 124,232
Alexander, Ron 181
Alleni Judy 162
Allen, Michael 162
Allen, Tommie 181
ine, Linda 201
Borgens, Patti 8,181,234
Borgens, Terria 202
Boschker, David 202
Bowers, Karen 162
Boyd, Beverly 191
Boyd, Doreen 202
BOZARTH, BEULAH ,118
Bdzdrflr, Kathy Q02,241
Bralbec, Leo 191
Brasch, John 191,236
Anderson, Jill 201
ANDERSON, JOHN 115
Anderson, Judy 191
Anderson, Kathleen 1180
Anderson, Nancy ,201
Appelt, Carolyn 191,232,247
Applebee, Cal 201
Arnold, Mary Ann 201
Arnesen, Brad l87,89,20l,241
Austin, Carol +191
Ax, Ray 191
Bailey, Leola 201
Bailey, Dean 181
Baird, David 191
Balding, Dave Q01
Bales, Donna 162
Bales, Marvin 2,191,237
Ballard, Becky 27,201,237
Ballenger, Darlene 201
BAKER, BESSIE 130
Barney, Francis 201
Barnhouse, Lonnie 8,101,181,237
Bartlow, Barbie 2,34,180,181,226,240
Bartlow, Vonnie 181,228,245
Bartolaba, Gene 191
Barton, Stephen 53,144,181,223,246
Bates, Suzi 27,191
Bean, Cheryll 162,235
Bean, Karen ,8,181,229,237,245
Bean, Ronald 201,237
Beasley, Pamela 201
Beeson, Annette 191
Beeson, Ellen 201
Beets, Cyndee 201
Beggs, Charity 1201
Belisle, Lois 181,234,238,245
Bell, Brenda '201
Bellamy, Penny 201,249
Belzer, Charles 181,201
Belzer, Joy 181
Benedick, Mike 42,191 ,226,248
Bennett, Joan 181
Bennett, Sandy 201,237
BENIGHT, ELLA 116
Bensuaski, Fernando 19,191,241
Bentley, William 191
Bergen, Sharon 1201
Berman, Douglas 241
Bershauer, Kathy 201
Best, Glenna 201
Betzer, Dottie .201
Beymer, Aline 191
Birks, Bonnie 181
Birks, Grace 191,227
Birks, Ruth 162,228,231,234,245
Bish, Monte 191
Bishop, Diana 201
BITTLESTON, GENEVA 161
Bitton, Kathy 191
Black, Sarah 191
Blacklock, Al ,80,84
Blacklock, Sammee 201,228
Blades, Sheryl 241
Blaine, Nadene 181
Blakeslee, Ray 181
Blakesley, Jeanette 162
Blalock, Matthew 162
Blalock, Victoria .201
Blankenship, Neal 191,234
Blanksma, Wayne 181
Bloomquist, Douglas 201,241
BLOOMQUIST, MARVIN 12,41,241
Bratt, Stephanie 180
BRATT, WALLIS 142
Breeding, Kenneth 192,243,248
Biggs, Ron 202
Brister, Phyllis 202
Broomfield, -Roxie 202
Brown, Joseph 1162
Brown, Millie 232
Brown, Steven 162
Brown, Wayne 192,225,226
Browns, Donald 181
Bruening, Julie 202
Bruening, Paul 162,233,244
Bruner, Karen 87,89,202,227
Buchanan, Ben 165,231
Buckle, Louise 192
Bundy, Dorothy 202
Bunn, Ben 192,199
Bunn, Jeanette 192,237
Burrell, Cheryl 202
Burton, Larry 192,243
Burk, Virginia 192,236
BYERS, MARVIN 137
Byrd, Mike 231
Byrd, Mary 37,192
Caba, Alan 192
Calame, Lois 202
Cameron, Lynne 192
Campbell, Bill 181
Campbell, Darrel 202
Campbell, Kathy 38,88,192,241
Campbell, Lyndd 13,40,149,163,218,226,
Canonge, Sue 162
Cantrell, Carmen 192
Cantrell, Robert 21,181
Cantrell, Sheila 202
Cantrell, Terry 163
Carlson, Reed 202
Carlson, Stephen 202
CARPENTER, JUDY 112
Carpenter, Paul 202
Carpenter, Vernon 163
Carr, Kathy 163
Carruthers, Paul 192
Castle, Connie 37,192,241,247
Castledine, Jan 55,181
Caswell, Pamela 88,181
Chadwick, Judy 192
Chaney, Colene 163
Chase, Connie 202
Chatelain, Jerry 202
Chittenden, Byron 163,222
Chittenden, Terry 202
Churchill, Orv 192,248
Cin, Linda 192
Clark, MGl'li 44,l5o,1e3,216,218,219,226
Clauson, Joanne 163,222
Clem, Sue 192,232,247
Cleveland, Doug 182
Clifton, David 90,163
Climer, Don 164,241
Cline, Jerald 192
Clough, Tom 164,227,230
Coghill, Richard 203
Coker, Daniel 98,164
Coil, Ruth 192
Collar, Randy 203
Collins, Deanna 192
Collins, Gay 8,192,241
Collins, Mark 7,230
Cook, Marian 182
Cooper, Gary 203
Coryell, Randy 32,226,240,241,242
Cotner, Rebecca 203,223
Coursey, Beth 164,229,245
Cowan, Donna 203
Cox, Donna 203
Crabtree, Loren 203
Craft, Bonnie 182
Craker, Randall 203
Crandall, Joyce 203
Crenshaw, Jessieve 192
Cross, Steven 192
Croft, Bob 101,203,237,238
Crowfoot, Nadine 8,182,222
Culbertson, Glen 164,233
CULVER, THELMA 20,73,108,114
Cunningham, Debby 203
Cummings, Michael 203,234,241
CURL, HARROLD 136,231
Ddle, Duane 42,182,216,218,226,243
Dale, Lee 180,182,189,218,226,243
Dale, Tom 192,243
Damon, Janice 203
Daniel, Purvy 164,245
Danker, Gerry 182
Danker, Terry 182,241
Davenport, Dave 165
Davidson, Fanny 13,55,165,243
Davis, Debbie 192,238
Deakins, Lynn 118,192
Deakins, William 165
DEAN, MICKEY 54,144,180
DE MOTT, RICHARD 135
Degarmo, Larry 182
Del-lamer, Dale 165
DEMMER, JUANITA 130
Denney, John 165,232,243,25O
Dickerson, Steve 87,89,203
Dietrich, Bonnie 192,236,237
Dillabaugh, Linda 5,42,l93,22O,247
Dillon, John 193
Ditchen, Diane 182,228
Ditchen, Ruth 193
Dobbs, Linda 203,237
Dobbs, Sharma 182,241
Dodge, Jam 192,232,248
Doerksen, Donald 193,234
Dorband, John 227,231,237
Dougan, Ed 20,204
Dougherty, Karen 204
Douglas, Dwight 193,233,235
Douglas, Marita 182,228,230,232,233
Drain, Bill 227
DuBois, Bayard 182,226,237,242
DU BOIS, L. J. 120
Duckworth, Eunice 183
Duke, Rebecca 183
Dunbar, Julia 183
Dunlap, Jeffrey 165
Dunlap, Linda 165
Dunnuck, Mary 193
Dyer, Judy 193
Eason, Muriel 204,237
Ecker, Bob 8,98,99,182,183,236
Edelman, Bob 165
Edelman, Melvalyn 165
Edes, Carolyn 204,241
Edgin, Janet 165
Eclson, Bonita 204
Edward, Tom 22,165
Ehler, Darell 193
Eisenbarth, Linda 193,247
Eldridge, Alan 165
Eldridge, Judy 5,193,247
Elliott, Joanne 193
Ellis, David 54,55,183,227,243
Ellis, Pamela 203,204,241
Ellis, Robert 241
Ellis, Sheryl 204
Emerson, Vickie 204
Enderby, Lindsay 183,250
Eppes, Darlene 147,193
Erickson, Annette 193
Erickson, Janel 204,241
Eshelman, Brett 36,53,183
Estep, Cheri 27,204
Estep, Sandra 204
Evans, Carol 193,204,228,247
Evans, Maxeen 183
Everhart, Marilyn 204,241
Falk, Murray 204
Fargo, J. Steven 166
Fauser, David 166
FELTAR, JAMES 131
Fender, -Rodney 193
Fender, Shirley 204
Ferguson, Clarence 166
Fieldstad, Eric 193
Finkbeiner, Elaine 193
Finkbeiner, Kay 183
Finn, Connie 204
Fisk, Clinton 193
Fix, Mike 2,32,59,190,193,242
Flanagan, Mike 204
Fleming, Sandy 205
Flinner, Judith 29,183,238
Flory, Susan 205
Flowers, Harold 183
FORD, GILBERT 13,143
Forges, Floyd 205
Foronda, Doris 29,183,238
Forsythe, Jeff 205,241
FOSBENNER, GERALD 112
Foster, Steve 78,79,166,236
Fowler, Doug 84,89
Fountain, Gayle 123,193,241
Fradenburgh, Ruth 183
Frank, Ronald 166,246
Franklin, Ranetta 205
Sam 90183 236 244
Freitagl, Kenneth I 183 I
French, John 205
Friberg, Jan 183,216,218
Friberg, Ken 205
Friberg, Mervyn 194,233,234,2
Scherlie 166 235
, Theron 166 I
Fulcher, Kandice 194
Fuller, Delores 166
FULLER, TIMOTHY 145
Galloway, Judy 205
Galloway, Shannon 167
Gann, Carolyn 205,241
Geariety, Susan 205
Gebhardt, James 205,250
Gehrke, JoAnne 183,236,241
Gellatly, Chris 194
Gellatly, Nancy 42,183
Gentner, Kathy 167,228
Geselle, Chuck 90,91 ,1 83,236
Gestrin, Elsie 183,228,236
Gibson, Roger 167,183,231
Gillard, Chris 205
Gimberg, Maureen 194
GISH, DEL 141
GISH, MARJORIE 125
Givens, Lawrence 194
Givens, Virginia 183
Glassco, Gary 205
Glaze, Donald 205
Glenn, Janie 205,241
Golladay, Donald 184,241
Goode, Linda 167
Gortsema, Marlene 205
Goss, Wesley 184
Graham, Laird 80,194
Grant, Peggy 184,241
Greene, Ruth Ann 194
Greeno, Patty 190,194
Grubbs, Raymond 167
Gulley, Terry 194,237
Guy, Robert 205,241
Hadder, Bart 205
Hagemeier, Doug 205,237
Haidle, Mariorie 194
Hail, Cheryl 194
Hallin, Chuck 205,241
Hampton, Jarold 8,184,246
Hanes, Nancy 205
Hansen Bruce 8,184
Hansen Dale 205
Hansen, Gloris 194
Hanson, Judy 194,236,237
Hanson, Jeanne 205
Hanson Rodney 184,226,236,239
Hardesty, Bruce 80,184
Hardesty, Sue 233
Harem, Kathy 205
Harman, Dan 167
Harman, Gena 205
Hqrouff, Nadine 205,249
HARPER, E. J. 116
Horns, Garry 52,146,205 1 07?
Harris, Sharon 205
Harvey, Meridan 194,238
Hartwig, Rick 100,101,194,236,237
Hartwig, Sally 205
Hauser, Paula 184,223
Hawkinson, Gale 184
Haynes, Ronald 167
Hays, Gary 86,205
Hein, Val 98,206
Heighton, Lonnie 19-4,224,243,248
Helling, Douglas 250
Helling, Gerald 194,222
Helliwell, Kim 8,184,231
Helstrom, Herb 194
Hempel, Beverly 2,14,37,184,24O
Henning, Howard 206
Henske, Lillian 184
Herrick, Barbara 167
Herring, Dennis 194
Herring, Mary 205,249
Hicks, Beth 206
Hicks, Greg 206,214
Hicks, Marilyn 206,214
HILL, D. E. 140
Hill, Delayne 194,241
HILL, HELEN 110
Hill, Kent 98,99,184,218,226,243
Hill, Martin 2,184,224,24O,241
HILL, REGINALD 130
Hill, Ruth 206
Hills, Dave 90,206
Hills, Lynn 194
HILLS, ORRIN 132
Hilliard, Janice 194
Hinderliter, Bill 194,237
Hinderliter, Jack 206
Hishida, Hideo 167
Hobson, Joe 195,220,237,238
Hoffman, Janet 195
Hoffman, Joseph 206
Hoffman, Randy 206
Hokom, Eda 168
Holmquist, James 206
Holmquist, Ted 168
Honea, Jan 238
Honea, Lynn 234
Hoover, Melodie 168
HOPKINS, MARTHA 132,236,237
Hopkins, Nancy 241
Hopkins, Shirley 206
Horst, Judith 168
HORWOOD, JEAN 133,236
HORWOOD, WILLIAM 79,90,9l,101,132
Hoshide, Kathy 206
Howard, Kathy 27,195,228
Howard, Vance 206
Hoyt, Bill 195
Hull, Joanne 206,241
Hull, Ronald 195,238
Human, Larry 185
Humbard, Sharon 206
Humphreys, Sandi 168
Hunter, Wanda 185,238
Hurn, Jan 35,195,235
Hybertson, Dave 185,227
Hybertson, Duane 43,151,168,226
Hysmith, Susan 8,185,230,236,238
lkerd, Bernard 169,231
Iles, Gwenann 185
IMEL, ARTHUR 143
irish, Jam 195,236,248
JACKSON, JAMES 139
Jackson, Robert 206
Jackson, Stephen 195
Jacobson, Bea 195
Jamison, Glenda 169
Jamison, Greg 10,98,99,195,220 225
Janzen, John '185
Janzen, Randy 206
Jedan, Edith 195,247
Jeffries, Anne 28,169,233
Jensen, Shannon 201,206,228,241 249
Jeppesen, Barbara 185
John, Eldon 206
Johnson, Dennis 22,80,195
JOHNSON, EVELYN 117
Johnson, Janet 206,241
Johnson, Lois 185,238
Johnson, Roger 169
Joh'nson, Sherry 206
JOHNSON, WILLADEAN 138
Johnston, Patricia 169
Johnston, Peggy 206
JONES, J. WILLIAM 127
Jones, Vicki 195
Kaptein, George 206
Karpstein, Gretchen 206,249
Kaye, Barbara 206,241
Kearns, Sue 123,169
Keeney, Michael 206
Keim, Karen 71,180,239
Keller, Don 2,58,79,185,236,240 241 246
KEOPPEL, FERN 129
KEOPPEL, KENNETH 98,136
Ketterling, Kathleen 195,227,237
Kern, Jerry 207
Kershner, Linda 207
Ketchum, Dan 32,19O,195,218,225 242 248
Keyes, Melissa 185
Killion, Emma 207
KINCAID, JO 123
King, Pamela 207
Kirschner, Jackie 207
Kittelson, Connie 207
KJONAAS, HILDA 249
Kliewer, Pat 195,238
Knapp, Katherine 195
KNIGHT, FRED 134,230
Knight, Joyce 38,190,195,241
Knight, Merlyn 53,169
Koenig, Norman 169
Koller, Ervin 184,244
Kuo, David 2
LaCeIle, Chrys 195,241
Laeger, Fred 86,201,207
LAIRD, IRVING 54,121,218
Laird, Sharon 207
Lamkin, Carol 161,169,233
Lancaster, Terry 207,237
Lane, Patricia 207
Langley, Jim 195,237 '
LANHAM, JO ANN 116
Lanham, Stephen 80,86,207
Lanman, Dan 185,236
Largent, Ellen 207,231,241,249
Larson, Glenna 207
Larson, Scott 207
Lasell, Elaine 185,228,249
Latter, Carol 195,237
Lawhead, Sharon 195
Lawrence, Edward 207
Lawson, Gary 76,80,82,83,85,161 169
Lawson, Judy 207
Lawson, Nancy 195
Lay, Donna 207
Leach, Suzanne 169,229
Leavelll Stephen 195
Lee, Alice 195,241
Lee, Christy 207
Lee, David 207
Lee, Marily 195
Lee, Mary 185
Le Master, Eleanor 169
Lenker, Lewis 207
Leppert, Glenn 169,227
Lewis, Earnie 195
LEWIS, LILLIAN 130
Lewis, Ron 207
Lindbloom, Esther 2,240,241
Lindbloom, Rudy 2,3O,58,169,226,240
Lindell, Marilyn 170
Lindey, Vicki 195
LISK, SHARADAN, M.D. 125
Litke, Terry 90,18O,186,236
Litsey, Pamela 2,58,17O,240
Litsey, Shari 5
Litsey, Tom 103
Locke, Hope 207
Loeber, Carol 196,236
Loeber, Lorna 206,241
Logue, Ron 186
Long, David 206,234
LONG, NAOMI 131
LONG, RUTH 140
Lookingbill, Marilu 196
LUBIENS, EUGENE 2,141
Luhn, Bob 11,76,80,152,161,l70
Luhn, Dick 80,86,87,208,218
Luhn, Kathleen 196,232
Luik, John 13,71,218,223
Lyons, Terry 208
LYTLE, JANINE 128,208
Miller, Ron 208
MILLER, ROXIE 138
Miller, Sheree 208
Miner, Marilyn 232
Mishler, Steve 208
Mittelstaedt, Darla 2,196
Mixf Ti 196
Mondell, Gary 208
Money, Douglas 77,79
Montgomery, Connee 55,241
MONTGOMERY, KEN 19,54,117
Perry, James 172
Perry, Robert 209
n, Randy 43,209
, Daylene 235
, Alan 209
Moon, Beverly 208,249
Montz, Bernice 171
Montz Dale 171
M6615 Ben 171,221,226
Moore, Bill 232
Moore, Gayle 186,218,221
Moore, Judy 196
Moore, Louise 171
Moore, Marsha 209,228
Moore, Wallace 187
Morgan, Allan 37,196,237,241
Morgan, Esther 172
Morgan, Edwin 171
Morgan, Pam 172
MORITZ, FLORADELL 112
Morrell, Jim 244
Pohl, Trisha 197,238,241
Porterfield, David 187
Porterfield, Richard 209
Posterski, Debora 173
Potter, Aaron 187
Potter, Marilyn 197
McKay, Grace 170
McBride, Donn 208,224
McCallum, David 90,92,208
McCallum, Kenneth 170
McCallum, Leonard 90,186,243
McConnel, James 208,223
McConnell, Jeanna 222
McConnell, Steve 170,231,244
McCuskey, Dan 170
McDANlEL, CAROL 116
McDowell, Ellen 196,237,241
McEntyre, Anita 208,237
McFadden Sue 208
McGarrah, Jill 208
McKague, Peggy 170
McKee, Vernon 208
Morris, Linda 209,241
Morris, Loretta 187,231
Morrow, Craig 209
Mortimer, David 196,241
Mosley, Marshall 209
Mosteller, Elizabeth 197,218,228,241,247
Mosteller, Virginia 123,154,172,228,238,245
Mottram, Roy 209
Mowery, Glen 155,172,226,233
Mueller, Carol 172
Mullen, Marvin 197,227
Myers, Michael 201,209
Noding, Gail 209
Nauta, Larry 172
Nauta, Sherry 172
Neer, Greg 197
Powell, Jean 187,236
Powell, Kathryn 209
Powell, Pamela 210
Powell, Terry 187
Powers, Lynne 210
Puckett, Rolynd 187,243
Pugh, Judy 157,161,173,230,233,236
Purkey, Daniel 197
Price, Patricia 210
Pruett, Ruthann 196,237
Quanstrom, Joyce 210,241,249
Rais, John 197
Rank, Janice 210
Ratclift, Patricia 210
Rey, Katha 187,231
Ray, Maureen 210
Rayborn, Richard 197
Rayborn, Robby 98,173
Rawe, Nancy 210
Redman, Debra 210
Reed, Darrell 210
Reed, Ruth 210
Reichlein, Mary Kay 173
Reigard, Linda 197
, Michael 197,240
MCMICHAEL, WANDA 118
McMiIlin, Phyllis 170
McPherson, Joyce 208
Nettleton, Paul 197
Newby, Mary 197
Rice, Patricia 187,240
Rice, Vicki 210
Rich, Terry 229
Maendl, Walter 170
Mahler, Connie 170
Mangum, David 208,242
MANGUM, J. ROBERT, M.D. 125
Manley, Sherilyn 196
Manning, Janis 171
MARKS, DARRELL 144
MARSH, MARTIN 18,135
, Douglas 196
, William 208,243
Mattson, Duane 186,237
Mous, Joanne 196
Maxey, Chari 208,218,228,241,249
Maynard, Lyle 171,244
MAYFIELD, J. H. 113,218
MEENACH, EVELYN 126
MEENACH, KEN 115
Meenach, Lianne 208
Meier, Karen 196,241
Meneely, Kenn 196
Michaelis, Steve 208
Mickles, Terry 208
Miller, David 208
Miller, Gerald 196
Miller, Grace 123,171
MILLER, HOWARD 116,154
Miller, Judy 196
Miller, Kathy 196
Miller, Larry 39,196
MILLER, PAUL 134
Nichols, Linda 187,218,222
Nicholson, Sylvester 209
Nunn, Sally 87,89,209
Nygaard, Corrine 209
Obert, Susan 187,227
O'Connor, James 187
O'Connor, Susan 209,238
Ogden, Mary 187,226,228,233,234
Oglevie, Stephen 197
Oldenkamp, Linda 172
Oney, Pamela 197
Opp, Jerel 187
Ortman, Monty 100,101,187,236,241
Osborn, John 10,61 ,197
Ostyn, Wilma 172
Overby, Barbara 187
Pace, Tim 209
Palmer, Dorothy 172
Parnell, Carol 172
Parrish, Sandy 9,209,234,241
PARSONS, DIANN 117
Parsons, Joan 172
Patterson, Debbie 209
Paul, Charlotte 209
Pea, Gary 80,86,87,197
Peabody, Mike 209
Pena, Richard 10,90,197
Perkins, Dave 187,236,248
Perkins, Debbi 156,172
Perkins, Douglas 187
Richardson, Connie 210,249
Richardson, Eugene 210
Rick, Sheryl 174
Rickard, La Rae 187,239
RICKARD, LAVERNE 145
Rickard, Ron 174
Riemer, Aurelia 188
RILEY, JOHN 20,73,108,110
ROBERTS, LEWIS 122
Robertson, Richard 174
Robinson, Charles 79,174
Robinson, Eddie 210
Robinson, Shari 8,188,229
Rogers, Donna 174,235
Rogers, Karyl 197
Rogers, Leslie 210
Romph, Kevin 210
Roseboro, Lynn 210
Ross, Ron 197
Roth, Larry 32,174
Rotz, Glenn 147,210,218
Rousselle, Kenneth 210
ROWEN, MARJORIE 124
Roybal, Dino 238
Roybal, Henry 197,238
Rudeen, David 197,238
Rumann, LaVonne 197
Rumann, Leann 210
RUNKLE, IRENE 138
Russell, Carl 197
Russell, Ronald 174
Rynearson, Sherry 197
Salek, Valerie 210
Salisbury, Leigh 182,187
Salisbury, Joann 236,237
Stockett, Frank 80,83
Stokesberry, Kathy 198
Stoneman, Darlene 35,176
Strait, Donna 212,223
Strickler, Linda 212
Stringer, Connie 8,187,221,228
Strom, Dennis 198
Stuart, Vickie 187
Sturke, Ruth 187,231,236
Stucker, Beth 212
Stukas, Daniel 212,217,243
Sullivan, John 222
Summer, Tom 176,238
Sundvall, Leonard 187
Swander, Alberta 43,176,235
Swander, Claudia 212
SWANN, ALLINE 140
Taylor, Connie 177
TAYLOR, IRA 128,238
TAYLOR, LUCILE 129,238
Taylor, Marcia 212
Taylor, Ray 198
Taylor, Robert 100,101,177,236
Taylor, Sheryl 35,212
Thomas, Carol 212
Thompson, Chuck 212
son, Patty 212
Thompson, Roberta 198
THORNBURG, MARGE 122
TILLOTSON, DONALD 143
Timson, Gary 177
Tindall, Dale 198
Tish, Jean 177,230
Tollefson, Vicki 177
TOMBAUGH, EULA 139,235
TOMBAUGH, MARY 118
Tooman, Tim 178
Townson, Karen 198
TOWNSON, KENNETH 248
TRACY, JOSEPH 145,241
Tracy, Laurel 212
Tucker, April 198
Tygart, Steve 198
Unruh, Geri 212
Unruh, Kris 212
Unruh, Rich 212,241
VAIL, ELMORE 86
VAIL, JEANNE 118,133
Vail, Marilyn 2,14,187,240 '
Vail, Mike 198,241
vA1L, VIRGIL 6,144
Valdez, Sally 198
ven Aredei, Jim 178,231,236
Van Dalfsen, Tomi 198
Vandermate, Rick 212,237
Vanderpool, Anne 36,52,79,87,146,
Vanderpool, Ramon 199,226,248
VanderSluis, Bob 199
Vaughn, Cheryl 212
Vawter, Lynette 9
Vineyard, Lawrence 212
VOLK, MARY 245
Wahl, Kerry 178
Wahl, Melvin 188
Walberg, Gayle 43,212
Walker, Ellis 212
Walker, Wayne 212
Wallace, Deborah 241
Waller, Cheryl 188,223
WALLER, DELORIS 141
Waller, Gary 10,226,248
Salisbury, Margaret 210
ury, Mary Beth 174,228,245
Salisbury, Nancy 197
Sampson, Karla 210
Sams, Larry 187,243
Sandlin, Margaret 197
Sandlin, Norm 80,86
Sandquist, Barbara 210
Sanford, Jerry 174,243
SANNER, A, ELWOOD 127
SANNER, RUBY 142
Santee, Jackie 37,198
Sargent, Sharon 174
Schaar, Alfred 187,227,250
Scheibe, Teresa 187
Schlattman, Dave 90,91
Schnoor, Jean 198
Schoenborn, Kathy 210
SCHROEDER, MEL 134,246
Schwabauer, Tim 210
Scott, Caroline 2,175,230,240,241
Scott, Jerry 210,241
Scott, Larry 14,21O,238,241
Scott, Patricia 211
Scott, Ruth 175
Scudder, Josephine 175
SEAMAN, BERNARD 119,226
Seaman, Ronald 14,190,226
SEAMANS, ARTHUR 65,129,227,244
Serratos, Carolyn 211
Shafer, Crystal 175
Shafer, Dale 175,210,241
Shafer, Gale 175
Shafer, Rick 98,101,211,217,241,243
Sharp, Steve 11,81,82,175
Sheppard, Sunnie 211
Sherman, Dorothy 198
Sherrill, Gary 211
Short, Micki 198
Shrader, Cheri 211
Shroll, Karen 175
Silliker, Maureen 211
Silvers, Sherry 9,175,245
Simmons, John IRockl 11,54,76,80,81,84
Simmons, Randall 211,241
Simpson, Sharon 211
Six, Joyce 198
Skaggs, Gary 14,198,241
Skeen, Mel 18O,187,226,234,236
skeen, Rick 65,98,99,176,218,232,244
Slabaugh, Gerry 187,230,241
Slonaker, Marlene 187,220
Slonaker, Norma 211,241,249
Smith, Dee 187,236,237
Smith, Gordon 70,90,176
Smith, Jane 211,241
Smith, Jeffry 198
Smith, Michael 198
Smith, Randall 211
Smith, Steven 198
Smith, Terry 2,59,7O,158,176,234,24O,241
Smith, Wendell 39,19O,198,224,24I
Snodgrass, Pamela 211
SNYDER, GWEN 118
Sonnsnberg, Erwin 211
Sornson, Sue 211,241,249
Southwell, Teresa 21 1
Spaulding, Bev 211
SPORLEDER, LAURA 122
Sporleder, Lindsay 211
SPORLEDER, MARVIN 115
Sprague, Donald 211
Springer, Craig 187
Staffenson, Don 198
STALLCOP, MARVIN 109,142
sielleep, Paul 7o,159,17e,216,218,219,226
Stallings, Lynn 198,236
Stanley, Russell 187
Stark, John 198
Staup, Julie 211
Steinhart, Jeannette 198
Steinhaus, Ruth 176
Stevens, Dan 176
Steward, Janet 187
Stewart, Arlene 176
Stewart, James 176
Stierwalt, Sharon 176
Stiltner, Pam 198
Waller, Joan 212
Walton, Jackie 188
Wardenaar, Susan 179
Wardlaw, Verna 179
Warren, Michael 213
Warren, Michael 241
WASHBURN, MARIAN 128,221,239
Watson, Melvin 189
Watts, Anita 189,223
Watts, Jennifer 213
WEATHERBY, JAMES 139,190
WEBB, BRUCE 118,161
WEBB, LA DONNA 119
WEBB, MAC 135
Weibe, Mike 32,241,242
Weigel, Nancy 213,241
WEIGELT, MORRIS 13,2O,127
Weisen, Jeff 213
Wesche, Joy 213
WESCHE, L. E. 131,230
WESCHE, P. A. 4,137,227
West, Elva 213
Westcott, Richard 179
Wey, Michael 213
Wheatley, Tim 10,213
Wheeler, Larry 238
Whetstine, Loretta 179
WHIPPLE, BLAIR 137
White, Dan 238
WHITE, DICK 124
White, Gloria 232,238
White, Terry 213
White, Irene 199,247
Widdowson, Sheila 199
Wieters, Paula 199
Wieters, Vicki 213
Wilde, Ken 8O,82,199,234,241
Wilden, Julie 189
Wilden, Robert 213
Wilhelm, Janice 213,249
Wilkes, Chuck 201,213,218,226,233,241
Wilkes, Dianne 213
Wilkes, Linda 189,228
Willcox, Mary Jo 213
Willett, Red 179,243
Williams, Chanda 189
WILLIAMS, CLARIS 118
Williams, Hail 213
Williams, Rhonda 247
Williamson, Karen 213
Willis, cerei 41,44,179,228
WILLIS, JAMES 7,243,247
WILLIS, JOANN 121,241
Willis, Kathy 53,199
Willis, Lori 5,247
Willis, Robbie 247
WILSON, HELEN 44,120
Wilson, Rick 213
Wine, Pat 172
Winters, Randall 199
Wise, Cindy 213
vveif, Marek 213,237
Wood, Patricia 179
Woodward, Jackie 213,241
Woodward, Kathy 199
WOODWARD, ROBERT 136
Worden, Shelley 213
Wordsworth, Gayle 199,234,241,247
Wordsworth, Linda 213
Workentine, Sandra 179
Worst, Jan 189,222,232,236
Wright, Beverly 199
Wright, Marlene 199
Wright, Twila 213
Wyatt, Diane 179
Yake, Carolyn 213
Yeend, Carol 88,189
Yoda, Mimi 213
York, James 86,189,213,244
York, Joyce 123,213
Young, Priscilla 199,228,231,237
Young, Wanda 213
Zehm, James 199
Zink, Terry 179,189,224
Zuercher, Beverly 213
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