Truman State University - Echo Yearbook (Kirksville, MO)

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I E :: S! :: :: H :: Cheryl Wilson, Editor»Mary Cox, Business Manager«Joyce McCall Copy Editor»Marlys Daily. Layout Editor ' Sam Berkowitz, Sports Editor ' Joe Galkowski, Advisor 1 ' » " ' - ; L — d 1 V Many appointments are made and broken with a quick message over the Snack Bar telephone. Time to eat is a must in an active student ' s life; many enjoy the facil- ities of the Snack Bar. It ' s A Happening! i Hurried in-between times Snacks, studies, close friends Campus hustle bustle And those treasured moments. It ' s the GO Year!! There is a true atmosphere to be found for studying by students in the Student Union Quiet Lounge. Each finds his favorite spot for " booking it " and enjoys the comforts provided. Before beginning an evening of study, students relax and play pool in the Student Union games room. Debbie Hansborough marks the results of an exciting bowling game with a tough competitor at the Union bowling alley. Students take a break between classes to catch upon the ncwv and enjoy a cup of coffee. Snow covered Kirk Memorial was named in honor of the fifth College president, John R. Kirk. The College Museum, located in the basement, contains articles of historical value. Kirk Building, also known as Sociability Hall, is the home of the Data Processing Center. Ophelia Parrish Building is a center of student obser- vation and teaching by College students. r Situated to the west of the main entrance, Baldwin Hall attracts the immediate attention of visitors. Students file by the numbers into Pickler Memorial Library for last minute cramming. Day is done and the lonely midnight oil session awaits. Over 8,000 Bulldog backers packed Stokes Stadium at annual Homecoming weekend, October 18-19. Social Sdence division, Admissions, and Maintenance offices are housed in Laughlin Hall, oldest of the campus buildings, com- pleted in 1905. 10 Violette Hall, a general classroom building, completed in 19« 3, is also the location of various offices for student and faculty needs. South wing of Science Hull, completed for fall quarter, is designed to serve as a laboratory building and to provide additional office, research and classroom space. Pershing Building houses classrooms and the Pershing Arena, site of basketball games and wrestling meets. 1 1 RSH aa it ri ' B 1 ■ : u r " " : ' m ■. ■ ffl ■ s { i - — — — i m SB T 5 w T T T Unprepared for lounge calls during fall quarter. Centennial Hall causes guys to spend time waiting in the cold for their dates. Dobson Hall is one of the two men ' s dormitories on campus; it provides residence for 484 students. Doors to Missouri Hall dormitory are open to men returning for the fall quarter of 1968-69. Preparations are made for the students and Grim Hall is the honor ' s dorm on campus which houses girls who meet certain requirements. 12 Fair Apartments house married students. soon the halls, rooms and walks all-over campus will be filled with activity. Ryle Hall is home for over 500 coeds. 13 s . .-; f 1W I ' ••4 Front row seated: Sherry Epperson, Rosemary Tharp, Carol Cone, and Sue Dimmitt. Second row seated: Rachel Lmdroth, Kathy Silvey, Jean Soika, Judy Stanish, Claudia Clinton. Becky Swisher Marlys Dailey, Patty Turner, and Kathy Seroka. Third row seated: Joyce McCall, Pat Fridley, Glenda Lauer, I-ff. X " ™ Judie Galkowski, Sharon Dawson, Pat Liddle, Sue Dean, Vicki Tucker Jo Goldman, and Cathy Powell. Fourth row seated: Gloria Forty-Eight Coeds Nominated 14 Guinn, Derry Jones, Phyllis Warden, Sharon Orf, Karen Schneider, Konra Turner, Diane Griffin, Mary Jo McClintock, Edie Spiegel, Sue Woltjen, Debbi Butrick, Dana McMillan, Chnsta Miller, Janie Mathis, and Greta Harris. Standing: Pam Simpson, Mindy Babbitt, Earlene Duffey, Teri Shandrew, and Rita Cottom. Not pictured are Cathy DellaVedova and Jane Christian. For ECHO Queen Title ie I Twelvejudges Select Finalists Forty-eight campus co-eds were nominated as 1969 ECHO Queen candidates through petitions by 1,200 NMSC students. These nom- inees were then presented before a panel of judges at a January reception held in the Alumni Room of the Student Union. Judges for the contest were: Students- Helen Cooper, 1968 ECHO Queen finalist; Barb Has- kins, cheerleader captain; Dave Romberg, Student Council vice-president; Frank Wagner, Bulldog foot- ball All- American; Tim Wil- liams, INDEX editor; and Cheryl Wilson, ECHO edi- tor; faculty - Dr. Joseph P. Dolan, head of Health and Physical Education division; Miss Rita Gramann, Dean of Women; Mrs. Donna Tru- itt, Language and Literature division; and Stanley Wil- liams, administrative assist- ant to Dean of Instruction and past ECHO advisor; and off-campus - Mrs. Gingo Reed, chairman of the North east Missouri Fair Queen competition, and her hus- band, Ronnie. Upon narrowing the field of candidates down to five, the ECHO staff then con- tacted James Garner, tele- vision ' s " Maverick, " to make the final queen selection. 1969 ECHO Queen finalists pose for pictures shortly after their selection: Carol Cone, Phytlis Warde Greta Harris, Dorsay Maffry, and Karen Schneider. 8966 Sunizt SLvL crfoLLiiivood, Calif. February 5, 1969 Cheryl Wilson, Editor 1969 ECHO Northeast Missouri State College Kirksville, Missouri 63501 Dear Miss Wilson: Enclosed please find the photographs of the lovely young ladies you asked me to judge. My decision was not an easy one as each young lady possesses her own individual personal qualities. However, I did make my decision and I think the perfect queen would be Phyllis Warden. I would like to thank you for inviting me to participate, and my best wishes to your staff for a successful yearbook and to all of the young ladies who entered the contest. JG: jsr:e 16 17 18 1969 ECHO QUEEN PHYLLIS WARDEN INDEPENDENT PP " - Twenty-four coeds vie for the title of Northeast Missouri Fair Queen. Janet Seals was selected as queen. Tennis courts are resurfaced for intermurals, college practice and free play for students interested in the sport. % TJ President ' s fall reception provides the opportunity for making acquaintances with faculty and students. 20 Bass drum sets the beat for the College " Marching 1 00 ' College Players prepare play set ly-was f ■if - ■ i Glen Rider poses another student for I ( IK) portrait 21 Push, pull, cram echoed through the crowd as the AKL ' s took their turn in the car stuffing event for Greek Weekend. Twenty five plus packed into this " 52 Plymouth. Relaxing after a trying day of classes are two NMSC coeds. Warm, sunny weather usually finds a large group of students at the lake. 22 Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn come alive again when the Ice House Players gave their performances this summer. Parents congregate in the SUB concourse for the annual Parents ' Day in September. Rachel Lindroth and Henry Shebitz take advantage of the Quiet Lounge to work out a solution. 23 mm a ft US 42 i I J 1. -r §sk BBS! Jymd mm Queen Linda receives the traditional Home- coming kiss from Student Council President Phil Wormsley. Tau Kappa Epsilon won first place overall and first place in the spirit division with their float " Blast SMS Bear ' Uns. " Richard St. Clair emcees Homecoming pep rally, chats with cheer- leaders prior to the kick-off of the annual rally. It ' s Happiness! A lovely queen and time for royalty Decorations, a prize -winning float Punchy pep rally, winding parade Golden mums Victory And that special dance. It ' s Homecoming! vjj. Bulldog gridders set their sights on a Homecoming victory against the Springfield Bears. 25 Linda Randell and her Homecoming attendants, Marcia Mossbarger and Mary Teel were elected by the student body. Congratulations are in order for Linda. Linda is among the fans at the Home- coming game. 26 Candidates for Homecoming Queen are. front row. Lin Hixenbaugh, Vicki Patryla. Linda Hackmann_ Row 2: Judy Harrison. Lynn Trisko. Marcia Mossbarger, Beth Thurman, Linda Randell. Marlys Dailey, Kama kruckenberg and Mary Teel. Queen Linda sparkles after being crowned. 27 Quite obviously Ryle Hall supported the Bulldogs during the fall quarter football season. Bulldog quarterback Don Cummings successfully escapes the inter- ference of a Springfield Bear. 28 Serious looking Coach Marv Braden talks to the spotter in the Press Box. Sid Taylor. Wend) Her berger and Bob Fellows discuss the happenings of the Homecoming football game. The gridders stomped the Bears 24-13. aBa t S v » » • m ' . - % ' Ali r SS t • fc-ji- mKP JACKS RUfc OGS J 7 J M I ftf J. r.1 Thirty-five visiting bands from northeast Missouri, southern Iowa and Illinois united in mass in a " Happiness Is " performance under the direction of Claude Smith constituting half-time entertainment for the Homecoming game. Cheerleader Linda Krause seems to be leading the squad with an enthusiastic yell for victory for the Bulldogs. 29 Hampered by bad weather; workmen finally start pouring much needed wide walk ways. Lee Moody and other College Players practice for the Ice House Production in Hannibal. " Politics ' 68 " , Young Republicians, Nixon-Agnew each win victories. 30 ' 4 ! Pt H nn $. . It s - k «v2«SS .i3Eik. ! ' ui I « ai£ B ' ' " • 11 it ' ,. i n 5. I " i MS! • •■ - tif m %% m A r. ■■ r- f MV -ail 1© I ! I m jtf ■■ Late hours of study and strife are spent in well-lighted Pickler Memorial Library. Shades of Autumn — people meet new friends. Participating in " Politics ' 68 " , Young Democrats confer among themselves. 31 ?i : ' ___r.--- --; -i -: It ' s Actk : Dixieland . k jid A spirited ana Dorm life, lake pa rt: -. That certai :e And the contir.;.. : fN.M.S.C. It ' s the GO Y ia r:: I :■:.- - --:■ i::-.i-: - -•- : ; ; .-. : - ■ - - -. ;- -. _--_- - ft % BligbL sunny days skw sroder Co-eds cast their vote during mock election. Lab experiments provide first-hand experience. Moods of serenity are enhanced by the glimmering ice. 34 Winter quarter Lyceum program focused on the Pennsylvania Ballet group. Harrison Salisbury speaks on Viet Nam under the current light. Preparing freshmen for enrollment is a constant task. President Elkins ' snow-covered residence typifies the winter scene in Kirksville. m 36 Action for a night on the College campus is " The Happenings " singing their latest hits. Beth Thurman combines her studying with a bit of history. STAND UP FOR Campaign speeches and rallies highlight the 1968 campaign year. 37 f % 1 Icey weather brings a tranquility feeling. An eye ' s view of Centennial Hall in the early construction stages. Band members await rehearsal for " Marching 100. ' ! f T •• « ■ n w m ■■ ' . ■ i $ _ .»■ iim i - 1 p 38 Jack Bowen, Larry Boleach. and H. A. Walmsley of the Physical Education department discuss half- time statistics at a Bulldog basketball game. Snowman or Bust!! tf i I 39 It ' s American Royalty! Nominations, excitement, Publicity, panel of judges The waiting Announcement and Appearances. It ' s the GO Year! American Royal candidates are (seated) Brooke Wililams, Pat Trent, and Brenda Chancellor. (Standing) Donna Vignovich and Karladine Thurman. 40 a 1 m NMSC ' s American Royal Queen nominee, Brooke Williams, bundles up against October winds as she hurries to an appointment. Hopeful Brooke takes a moment to think of Royal activities. Brooke phones her parents and to tell of her newest honor. 41 Rain. snow. ice. cold, and wind are among the many trials for students to bear with during Kirksville winters. " Round table " discussions involving students bring out varied ideas. 42 Hi! Folk singing with feelin ' A trip back to Dobson. i Pepsi breaks include class notes reviewing. Young Republicans met with various politicians during election year. 43 Thousands of NMSC stu- dents attend classes dailv in Violette Hall. The building is air-conditioned for summer comfort. Sorority girls entertaining at fraternity smoker display Roaring 20 " s dance. Coach Sloan talks with noon quar- terbacks. 1 — _e: : .- zt -■-.•in ;-.:;- ' ■ - " " Nearly empty walks during classes. - _ . _._ - . _ James Dougherty, athletic director, is optimistic about the athletic ability of college students. Surely these guys aren ' t being checked for I.D. ' s just to get out of the Student Union. Could this be a new method to stop a nose bleed? 46 Nothing like freezing weather. Pool sharks participate in their favorite sport between classes. Sizing up the next shot is an important step. " Waiting for Godot " brings out the talent of College Players cast. Spring relaxation. Members of the " Marching 100 " practice routines on football field before their half time performance. i ' M w m m r4 " ' I ■ 48 This daring cheerleader entices Bulldogs to action. Is this the track to education or c f —. flv m C» Jm. m ■IMF Many long hours are spent ' behind the scenes ' to get every College production ready. SUB provides students with refreshing overtones during the long, cold winter. Enthusiasm is shown at football game. 50 ■ V a , a: i HR I i : ' ■ ' ' ■ ' » 1 $ Wm - •••• ' - ■ ' ■ ' -■ ' " ' Glenn Bolton Vice President Lancaster Tri-County Electric Cooperative Manager Attended College in 1928 and 1929 Bruce II. Hunt Kirksville Grand Secretary of Grand Chapter, Royal Arch Masons General Grand Recorder of General Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters International Mary Alice Bunney Secretary Shelbyville First Woman on Board Former school teacher Missouri Federation of Women ' s Clubs member James R. Reinhard President Paris Lawyer Honorary Colonel for Governor Warren E. Hearnes Attended College from 1947 to 1950 Northeast Missouri State College John H. Bartow Brunswick Real Estate Broker Served on Brunswick City Council, as Civil Defense Director, president of Lion ' s Club, and Commander of American Legion Raymond E. Baker Brookfield Owns Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. in Brookfield Member of Board of Directors of Brookfield Banking Co. Honorary Colonel for Gov. Hearnes Alumnus of College Dr. F. Clark Elkins College President Board of Regents 55 Discussion of College policies over the telephone is a serious and time consuming task for the President. Working on written reports lays out a partial schedule for Dr. Elkins ' day of activities. President Elkins and his secretary, Jean Elliott, are pleased with a report as they look over business papers. 56 Contemplating important decisions is part of the presidential role Dr. Elkins acquired with his title. President Elkins Serves on NCATE Board Assuming duties in his second year as Presi- dent of the College, Dr. F. Clark Elkins initiated and executed new programs and plans, such as be- coming a part of the North Central Accreditation for Teacher Education. Dr. Elkins served as President of Chadron State College, Chadron, Nebr., before coming to the College in 1967. He received his B.A. degree from Arkansas State Teachers College, the M.A. from University of Arkansas and the Doctorate of Social Science at Syracuse University. An examiner and consultant for the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Dr. Elkins is also chairman of the Visi- tation and Accreditation committee for the West- ern Section of the National Council on Accredi- tation for Teacher Education. Included in the planning stage is a new ad- ministration building to be located on the north- west corner of the College campus. A new Indus- trial Arts building southwest of campus will be ready for classes next year. Beginning next year, the ROTC program will get underway. " First Family " portrait includes daughter Annette, wife Norma and Dr. Elkins. 57 Fritschel Oversees Instructive Policies Acting as chief academic officer of the College was Dr. Arthur L. Fritschel, dean of instruction. An improvement of instruction confer- ence called " A Day of Dialogue " was initiated this year, concerning both students and faculty. Dean Fritschel maintained an " open door " policy to students for the discussion of academic prob- lems despite the many councils and committees that he served on. Transition preparations to the semester system and implementing the Repeat Course policy were ad- ditional tasks of the Dean. Coming to the campus two years ago, Dean Fritschel taught in the public schools for six years. Since 1957, he has served as Head of the Department of Education at Western Illinois. Looking over IBM lists of students enrolled during the year are administrative assistant Stanley Williams and Dr. A. L. Fritchel, dean of instruction. Graduate dean. Dr. Judson Martin, coordinates curriculum for students pursuing higher studies. Dr. Martin Directs Graduate Procedures Dr. Judson P. Martin ' s title of director of Graduate Studies was changed to Dean of Board of Re- gents. Dr. Martin served as Chair- man of Graduate Council, member of Curriculum Council, College Senate, and Division of Education. Administering policies set by the 12 member Graduate Council and promotion of the graduate pro- gram in every possible way are du- ties of this office. Dr. Martin assisted the Gradu- ate Council in revising policies so they reflect current thinking and changes needed when moving to the semester plan. 58 Administrators Promote Student Welfare Students often pay a visit sometimes on their own and then other times by request, to Dean Boucher in the Student Affairs Office. Under the direction of division head Henry Boucher, the division of Student Affairs was in charge of the administration and supervision of student conduct and discipline, student organiza- tions and social activities, on and off campus housing, student aids, awards and scholarship, student employment, and other non-academic ac- tivities concerned with the general welfare of the students. Dean of Women, Rita Gramann worked with beginning freshmen, set up the social calendar, distributed the monthly activities calendar, and made her office available to the College co-eds. She served as faculty sponsor of the Panhellenic Council. Orientation, advisement, and enrollment of all new freshmen students were the responsibility of Dr. William Kunzler, director of Freshman Enrollment. This was the first year for a Fresh- man Council on the College campus. Housing of students both on and off campus was the chief re sponsibility of the Director of Housing. Students seeking financial aid while attend- ing college frequently visited the Director of Fi- nancial Aids who placed qualified students in positions on the work-study program. Assisting co-eds, particularly in social life, is Rita Gramann, dean of women. Jerry Gregory and Dr. William Kunzler advise freshmen. Housing arrangements are made through Al Holzmeier. Financial aid to students comes under Wayne Newman ' s office. 59 Morris ' Department Maintains Campus Activities which extended the services of the College to the area it served were the main con- cern of the Division of Extension Service. The division is composed of the Bureau of Placements, the Bureau of High School Educational Activities, the Bureau of Audio-Visual Education, and the Bureau of Correspondence and Extension Teach- ing. Continuing to meet the ever growing needs of public schools and the communities served by them and offering many academic courses and educational services through the various bureaus in the Division of Extension Service was a con- stant process for the division. College Courses Offered Through Extension Division Maintenance Division is in charge of taking care of all campus buildings, grounds, and all non-instructional materials on the NMSC cam- pus. Departments under the direction of Howard G. Morris are the College engineers, firemen, car- penters, painters, electricians, security patrol, custodians, gardeners, and other personnel of the maintenance forces. His four chief assistants are: Gene Schneider, chief engineer; Don Barnett, head custodian; Dee Eitel, head gardener; and Dick Newman, chief of security. i r i .■ M Kathleen Bohon Noah Richardson Bureau of Placements Extension and Correspondence Division of Maintenance Head, Howard Morris. Placements Head, Dr. Eli Mittler, checks files. 60 Robert L. McKinney heads Public Relations. Public Relations Division Disseminates College News Responsible for initiating and sus- taining a program which will keep the various publics informed of purposes, goals and achievements of the College is the division of Public Relations and Information Service. This is done by many methods including the use of pub- lications, news media, conferences, meet- ings, correspondence, and other means of communication. To assist in the ac- complishment of the above the Alumni Office, the Bureau of Publications, the school photographer and school publi- cations all become involved in the public relations effort; so do all of the students, faculty and employees of the College who contribute to the total public im- age the College projects. William Cable Director of Publications Frank Colton Joseph Galkowski Russell Harrison John Kenny College Co-ordinator Student Publication Director of Alumni Photographer (leave of absence) Advisor Activities Psychologists Aid College Students Composed of four counseling psychologists and one psychometrist, who are available to Col- lege students desiring counseling or testing serv- ices is the professional staff of the Counseling and Testing Center. Dr. Robert M. Wright directs the Center. In addition to providing counseling services to students with problems of educational or aca- demic nature, the Center assisted students in mak- ing vocational plans based upon their measured interests, aptitudes, and other factors important to making a realistic vocational decision. They counseled with students who had personal, social ' , or emotional problems and who sincerely desired a solution to their problems. Counseling division is headed by Dr. Robert Wright. 61 Registrar ' s Office Keeps Student Records Keeping accurate academic records and pre- serving the integrity of the academic credit of the College are part of the office of the Registrar ' s responsibilities. Dr. Bowers was assisted this year by Tom Sommerkamp who was responsible for the im- provements in arrangements for quarterly regis- tration. Ending the academic year for the Registrar ' s office was submitting names of students to the Dean of Instruction who have fulfilled the re- quirements for graduation. Other duties included admission of students, certification of credits to State Departments of Education and to other col- leges, evaluation of credits, recording and report- ing of grades, furnishing of transcripts, and main- taining a cumulative permanent record of all stu- dents enrolled at the College. Student Union Building Hub of Campus Activity In its second year of operation, the Student Union continued to be the center of social, aca- demic, and leisurely places of meeting and activity. Kenneth Sykes directs the Student Union and its various departments of service. Jean Elliott, as secretary, assisted Sykes in many of his endeavors. Student Union remained open 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. each day of the academic year in order to give all students an opportunity to take ad- vantage of the services offered by the Student Union. Assistant to the registrar, Tom Sommerkamp, and registrar, Orville Bowers, pause briefly between appointments. Kenneth Sykes. Student Union director, uses the phone to set up one of many SUB activities. 62 I : p:.. Charles J. Elam, Director of Admissions, points out present Missouri college districts in his Laughlin Hall office. Director of Admissions Assists New Students Determining the condition of students ' ad- mission and academic standings is an important part o f the Admissions office before they write prospective students letters of acceptance. The Admissions office assists new and prospective stu- dents and disseminates to these persons informa- tion, literature and other facets concerning the College, its services and facilities, in hope of at- tracting students to the College campus. Senior Day, an annual project, invited high school seniors of this area for campus visitations. Charles Elam is chairman of the committee. Business Service Keeps College Financial Books Carrying out the business and financial books of the College was the chief responsibility of the division of Business Service. Within this division was the Purchasing Agent, who made all the purchases for the College upon proper requi- sition; the Comptroller who administered the in- ternal budget of the College and certified the Pur- chasing Agent that the expenditures were within the division ' s appropriations; the Stenographic Office which was responsible for all stenographic and duplicating service used by the College; and the Telephone Exchange which provided com- munication service for NMSC students and fac- ulty. Pete Nicoletti, head of the Division of Business Service, confers with Marion Johnson concerning College finances. Efficient Computers Academic and administrative areas kept the computers busy during the 1968-69 year. Registration and other major activities on campus were effi- ciently organized and recorded, keeping the computers busy at all times. All departments on campus used the IBM Computer to pro- cess various materials. Student records were entered through the Data Processing Center helping teachers and students become aware of information more rap- idly, efficiently, and with less effort. Computers run by the touch of Robert Bradley and Ted May Medical Care Available Throughout the year hundreds of students entered the College Health Office to obtain the services provided by the clinic. The Health Office provided the students with medical assistance for ailments ranging from headaches to the flu epi- demic. Thousands of capsules were dispensed and hundreds of innoculations were given to students under the supervision of Dr. John Biggerstaff and three registered nurses. Upward Bound Provides Aid Upward Bound is a special pre-college preparatory program for high school students from low-income backgrounds and in- adequate secondary school prep- aration. Instructors and tutor- counselors are selected for their ability to identify with the Up- ward Bound type of student, and their willingness to try innova- tions in teaching. High school students in grades 1 1 and 1 2 in Upward Bound are allowed to earn a maximum of 12 semester hours of college credit during their three summers on the college campus. A special curriculum provides opportunity for creative thinking by both stu- dents and instructors. Fix ' em up, Dr. Biggerstaff! Basil Morlan discussed the Upward Bound program with a prospective student. 64 Dr. kauzlarich keeps in typewriting practice. Look at your book, not the typewriter! Business Courses Vary According to Degree Offered by the division of Business Education are three degree programs for students interested in business. Upon completion of one of the pro- grams, a student could receive the Bachelor of Science in Education, or the Bachelor of Science degree, or the Master of Arts degree. Also made available to students are classes for those not majoring in business who sought prepara- tion for office and secretarial training with one and two-year terminal courses. Carrying with the satisfactory completion of the secretarial course on the one or two-year plan was a Certificate of Completion. Students who com- pleted the program with an average of B or better received special recognition with honors. ifrtii « Dora Belle Clark Eugene Croarkin Gwendolyn Durham Winferd Durham James Edwards Laura Hulse Jeff Jessee 4 wkmM Janice Legg Dr. Harold Mickelson Joseph Mitch Dr. Robert Sprehe Jerry Vittetoe Beverly Wheeler 65 Education Division Strives Toward Ideals Faculty members of the Education division helped prepare approximately five-hundred stu- dents who will enter the teaching profession in the fall of 1969. According to Dr. Taylor Lind- sey, head of the division, the division strived to prepare these students to become teachers, guid- ance counselors, principals, and supervisors for schools in Missouri and throughout the nation. Education courses stressed acquaintance with children and youth, and presented more on understanding of school organization. Through these two ideals it was hoped that the skill in the art and science of teaching, plus an understanding of the democratic role of the public school, was gained. Degrees administered by the division were the B. S. in Education in elementary education, the M. A. in elementary education, elementary school administration, and elementary school guidance. Also, the M. A. in secondary school administration, and secondary school guidance were offered. Graduate work in various fields was continued by many students at the College. Give it to them straight, Dr. Lindsey. Freshman advisor Jerry Gregory gets this student started in the right direction. 66 2T- y 1M Dr. Clifton Bell Forest Crooks Dr. Marlow Ediger Elizabeth Evans Dr. Massye Goins Dr. Loren Grissom Dr. Earl Ludlow William Matthew Dr. GraceMcReynolds Dr. Richard Mease Dr. Ivan Miller Clarence Murphy Dr. Jack Reiske Richard St. Clair Dr. H. B. Tate Dr. Howard Terry Dr. Linn Terry Cultural Opportunity Provides Interaction Objective of the division of Fine Arts is to provide the campus community with opportuni- ties for interaction with the world of cultural and aesthetic events, and with the students ' own artis- tic heritage. Each of the several areas of fine arts- music, visual arts, and allied arts-helps in its own way to promote such goals. Specific programs for the preparation of teachers in art, music, and allied arts are offered by the division. It also makes available service courses and opportunities to perform for students majoring in other fields who want contact with the fine and lively arts to enlarge their experience. From the division of Fine Arts came pro- grams in music from piano concerts to halftime entertainment at football games provided by the ' Marching 100. ' Several art shows were on dis- play throughout the year showing various art works done by students and faculty members of the Fine Arts Division. Dr. Dale Jorgenson reviews professional literature. Personal feelings, tastes went into this painting as viewed by William Unger and an NMSC student. 68 o ikthiik Helen Babbitt Marvin Bartel Roger Cody Dr. Harold Lewis Danfelt Clay Dawson Copenhaver Dr. Frederic Ralph F. Mason Kent McAlexander William Murray David Nichols Dr. Tom Ritchie Kirchberger LMf Barbara Stevenson Claudine Terry William Unger Dr. Richard Weerts Evelyn Thurman Richard Morton 69 HPE Division Offers Health Methods Studies Within the division of Health and Physical Education are fields of study in men ' s and women ' s physical education, health education, recreation, and nursing. The division offers education and practice in correct health methods and administration and of- fers opportunities for participation in a program of extracurricular physical education. The division also administers a sound program of inter-collegiate athletic competition and prepares professional nurses to serve the expanding needs of humanity in health and disease. In conjunction with the division, the College is a member of the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA); National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); and is a member agency of the National League for Nursing, and the depart- ment of Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Programs. Physical education develops the mind and the body. Dr. Joseph Dolan takes time out from working of schedules. 70 Martha Bagley Elmira Baiotto Jane Barnett Larry Boleach Jack Bowen Marv Braden Dr. Max Cogan James Dougherty Dr. Mary Estes Dr. Charles Fast Dr. Christine Foster Kenneth Gardner Dr. Virginia Hoffman Kary Ann Jackway (Athletic Director) T tiM W. Boyd King Regina Lindhorst Sam Nugent Ralph Pink (leave of absence) Dolores Rouley William Richerson (leave of absence) Willard Sims Russell Sloan Martha Spath Maurice Wade Harry A. Walmsley JoAnn Weekley (leave of absence) Sarah Wimp Lucile WinCim 71 Home Economists Obtain Daily Experience Under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Wilson, a new development sprung forth in the Home Eco- nomics Division, the " Two-Year Certificated Occu- pational Program in Child Development. " This pro- gram prepared students for employment in day care centers, child development centers, nursery schools, and recreation centers. Practical experience was gained while observing and working with three and four year old children of the campus Child Devel- opment Laboratory. New visual aids were added to Mrs. Rose Sha- night ' s teacher education class including an over- head projector, spirit duplicator, telescoping metal easel, and a combination flannel board and metal chalk board. Junior and senior programs for home econom- ics majors are based around advanced courses in coping with and solving household and family situ- ations. During one quarter of the senior year, a home economics major lives in the Home Manage- ment House which places the student in an atmo- sphere where she can apply her personal learnings to home management. Sewing and ironing are part of on-the-job training. Mrs. Dorothy Pe arson selects book for classroom lecture. Tarts are favorites of these Home Ec students. Geraldine Gosch Janice Morgan Charlotte Revelle Rose Shanight Elizabeth Wilson 72 Library director, George Hartje, in open stack section. Student selects painting from library lending service. Diversified Areas Offered To Library Students More on-the-job training in more diversified fields of library work for students pursuing a major in library science was offered to students due to the expansion of Pickler Memorial Library last year. Training of public school librarians and part- time teacher librarians in accordance with state and national standards was available through the divi- sion of Libraries and Museums under the library science curriculum. Educational aims of the Col- lege were further endeavored by providing library science courses, library materials and library service. Another major objective of the division is to promote the general education of each student with instruction in the use of libraries both in classes and individually when he uses the College library. Supervising the entire Pickler Memorial Li- brary, maintaining the College Archives and the specialty rooms of the library including the Mis- souriana Room, Glenn Frank Room and the Chil- dren ' s Library, is the responsibility of the division besides maintaining instruction in classes concern- ing library work. Martha Brockman Eleanor Ellebracht Floriene Kibler Odessa Ofstad Gary Pickard Elizabeth Schuetz Joseph Tseng 73 Dr. Allen Whitmore assumes duties as chairman of the Language and Literature division. Dr. Whitmore Becomes L L Division Head Division chairmanship was the responsibility of Dr. Allen Whitmore, coming to the College campus after serving two years as chairman of the English department at the University of Du- buque in Iowa. Giving students more of a voice in determining programs was included in his plans. Skills of oral and written communication, providing the fundamentals of literary under- standing and appreciation, and offering introduc- tory courses in the study of foreign languages and cultures came under the general education head- ing. Numerous major fields of study were offered in the professional school resulting in receiving the Bachelor of Science in Education, the Bache- lor of Arts degree, or the Master of Arts degree ■k f j-M m r- " M aW lc3 C P j %L I m English Club provides an opportunity for faculty and students to get together at a joint Chrismas reception in the Alumni Room. j j|, |W .. Gail Albright Dr. Hunberto Alvarez Ruth Beal Wanda Bemboom 74 Jane Byrd Dr. Glenda Clyde Sherod Collins Anna Downing Berenice Dry Cheryl Fenno Joseph Galkowski Charles Greeley Elizabeth Holt Dr. Calvin V. Huenemann Joan Hunter Frederick James Connie Jones Martha McClaskey Charles McNames Dr. Chandler Monroe Hubert Moore Terence Moser Donna Nelms Clayton Ofstad Dr. Joaquin Penalver Kare n Penner Dr. Alberto Rabago Dr. Madeleine Roch James Severns Alfred Srnka Madelene Sykes Jim Thomas Dona Truitt Frances Walsh Leona Whittom Dollie Wilson Dr. Herman Wilson Dr. Elizabeth Worrell Donna Wright 75 Dr. Dale Woods head Mathematics division. Math students study computerized printouts. Mathematics Designed for Professionals Mathematics courses were designed to prepare teachers of mathematics for secondary schools and junior colleges; to provide for the mathematics for education of the elementary teachers; and to pro- vide courses of study in mathematics pertaining to professions in industry, business, and government. Curriculum offered by the division provided an opportunity for the student to begin his individual study of mathematics at an appropriate level where he is challenged and in which he could succeed. Bachelor of Science in Education degree, Bachelor of Science degree and the Master of Arts degree are all available under the division of Mathe- matics. John Bartling Donald Groff Ronald Hays Ronald Knight Mary Kohlenberg Samuel Lesseig Dr. J. R. Purdy Duane Norman Kenneth Stilwell William Weber 76 Dr. Nagel Replaces Otho Barnett As Head Dr. Roland Nagel replaced Otho L. Barnett as the new Practical Arts head in September. Barnett retired after serving for 30 years. Plans are underway for offering a two-year curriculum in Agri-Business and a one or two- year curriculum in Technical Drafting and Tech- nical Woodworking. In addition, several new ma- jors or options within a major will be available next year. Completion in 1970 is awaited anxiously by the division of Practical Arts of their new build- ing located in the southwest corner of the campus. Assuming a ne w office brings a smile from Dr. Roland Nagel. Drill press is used regularly by IA students. Dr. Donald Bagley Duane Cole Raymond Crist Dr. Larry Davis Arthur Harrington John Kenney ' d William Minor Dr. D. D. Nothdruft Lowell Priebe Joseph Rhoads Ralph Shain Phillip Stryker 77 Science Hall Addition Alleviates Congestion Since the anxiously awaited opening of Science Hall addition, faculty members and students find that it has alleviated the congestion as a result of the large growth of students who showed an interest in the field of science. This was the first year the division of Science offered the Master of Science degree. A fifth year program leading to the Master of Arts in Gen- eral Science with a special emphasis on either biological science or physical science was offered during the year. Biology, botany, zoology, chemistry, physics, and general science majors were available under this division. It also prepared a large number of students for advanced study in osteopathy, medi- cine, and engineering. Dr. Dean Rosebery heads the Science division. Science students study anatomy through dissection. 78 lf rfi Dr. Cyril Anderson Dr. Max Bell Dr. John Black Dr. James Bywaters Victor Cochran Melvin Conrad James Dimit rs V9 1 ■» ( Jtfrforjl Denman Evans Gordon Franke Dr. Max Freeland Dr. Edward Gilbert Dr. Charles Gross Dr. Jack Magruder Robert S. Mason 1 MlM Dr. Don Q. Milliken Dr. Robert Nothdurft Dr. Robert Peavler Dr. Wray M. Rieger Dr. Robert Sanders Dr. Gary Sells Dr. Will Selser Dr. John Settlage Eugene Smith Richard Stevenson Donald Walker 79 SS Requires Courses For College Degree Comprehensive courses of the general college contributed heavily to the division of Social Science. Required course offerings included Western Civili- zations as well as subjects among the directed elec- tives. Students majoring in elementary education, business administration, vocational home econom- ics, and several other fields are furnished the re- quired courses by Social Science to complete their degree work. Majors offered under this division are in the fields of social science, history, economics, geog- raphy, psychology, political science and sociology which lead to the Bachelor of Science in Education degree. The Bachelor of Arts degree is offered in several of these three courses. In the fields of Social Science and History, a Master of Arts degree is made available. Keeping up with events is Dr. Kohlenberg. Participating in the College U. N. Assembly were Kielty, Brayton, and Wagner. 80 ■ -? 5?r ; Clyde Burch Dr. Earl Cunningham William Cobourn Anthony D ' Souza Pat Ellebracht Dr. Meredith Eller John Gifford (on leave) m i m Dr. Donald Mitchell Charlotte Mittler James Preston Walter H. Ryle Dr. Bing Kun Shao Dr. Robert Schnucker Henry Smits Larry Stephens David Swenson Dr. Ruth Towne Dr. Gardner Walker Dr. Arnold Zuc erman 81 Diagnostic Clinics Conducted By Special Programs Comprising the division of Special Programs were four major areas including reading, special education, speech pathology, and audiology. Students conducted diagnostic clinics in speech, hearing and reading for both the College and resi- dents of surrounding areas with the finest facilities available for their particular field of work. Courses of study leading to both the graduate and under- graduate degrees were offered at the College. Dr. William Hall, division head, arranges studies for Special Pro- grams. Kathleen Cherbonnier Dr. Elizabeth Frazier Viola Martin William Mc Celland Linda Stine and Susan Gulnac are working with special students. Dr. Kenneth McGuire Norine Mc Names Dr. Jeffery Mitchell James Sparks 82 Emeriti Carry on College Traditions President Emeritus, Dr. Walter H. Ryle, contacts alumni and others for valu- able information while writ- ing the history of the Col- lege. Paul O. Selby, Dean Emeritus of Instruc- tion, Professor Emer- itus of Business Edu- cation, B.S. in Ed., A.M., Ph.D. » i« TO ' 1 Cecil H. Allen, Pro- fessor Emeritus of Psychology, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. c tn tiA Otho Barnett, Assis- tant Professor Emer- itus of Drafting, B.S. in Ed.. M.Ed. Berenice B. Beggs, As- sistant Professor E- meritus of English, B.S. in Ed.. A.M. John L. Biggerstaff, Professor Emeritus of Music, B.M. Walter A. Browne. Professor Emeritus of Geography, A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. John C. Goetze. As- sistant Professor E- meritus of Instrumen- tal Music, B.S. in Ed., A.M. George H. Jamison, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, B.S., A.M. Sallie Pattison, Assis- tant Professor Emer- itus of Rural Educa- tion, B.S., A.M. Karl Webb, Profesor Emeritus of Theory and Instrumental Mu- sic, B.S. in Ed., A.M. Nan E. Wade, Profes- sor Emeritus of Mod- ern Language, A.B., B.S. in Ed.. A.M.. Ph.D. Willie Whitson. As- sistant Professor E- meritus of Primary Education. B.S. in Ed., A.M. 83 84 85 Kenneth Sykes Advisor Phil Wormsley President Dave Romberg Vice-president Barb Haskins Secretary Gloria Weyand Treasurer Rita Brown Councilwoman Mike Hupfer Councilman Ron Sterchi Councilmember-at-large Wormsley Leads Student Council in ' 68- ' 69 Led by Phil Wormsley, the 1968-69 Student Council made a monumental step in revising the stu- dent constitution and in establishing the Student Union board; thus enabling more students to actively partici- pate in the Student Council. Recognizing the impressive need for better housing regulations, the council drew up a list of housing resolutions, which was presented to the Kirks- ville city council for further consideration. Beginning the year with homecoming activities, the Student Council sponsored the homecoming dance, and had charge of the homecoming queen election and coronation. This year saw the Student Council move into an active program of activities, with the co-sponsoring of the Lyceum programs, which brought such talent as the " Happenings " and Pete Fountain; Student Council movies, the annual Christmas dance, the ECHO dance and ' Twirp Week. " The new pep band for basketball games was sponsored by the Council as well as the K-Dettes. Sponsoring such events as the spring elections, contributing funds to projects and instigating new ideas are just a few of the ways that the student body saw their Student Council in action this past year. Efforts by the constitution committee brings forth revision. 86 fMiMk t Mickey Moore Senior Councilman Nancee Bulick Senior Councilwoman Rick Elkin Jesse Howard Junior Councilman Sophomore Councilman , ' ■ Brooke Williams Sophomore Councilwoman Larry Stewart Cathy Powell Freshman Councilman Freshman Councilwoman Not pictured: Howard Bowens, Graduate Councilman; Jill Snyder, Graduate Councilman; and Pat Reilly, Junior Councilwoman. Student Council members exert themselves toward the best interest of College students. 87 Row I : Nancee Bulick, Cindy Walter, Barb Ingrum, Ronda Morris, Debbie Hansbrough, Diane Cushman, captain; Mindy Babbitt, Pat Trent. Row 2: Donna Sees, Nancy Tague, Claire Sykes, Jo Goldman. College Ushers Aid Campus Activities Recognized easily by their " basic black " attire accentuated with purple and white carnation corsages, the College Ushers provided excellent service in assist- ing patrons of College programs. Courtesy, vivaciousness, and beauty were three attributes displayed by the hostesses as they ushered throughout the year. The first activity ushered by this group was the St. Louis Symphony lyceum program. Following that, they assisted the Student Council in ushering for " The Happenings " concert. Other lyceum programs to which they extended their services includ- ed the Pete Fountain Jazz concert in Pershing Building, the Harrison Salisbury lecture, the Pennsylvania Bal- let, the play Black Comedy, and Odetta, the Negro folk singer. Closing the year ' s activities was serving at Commencement exercises. Organized in April, 1959, with the opening of the new College Auditorium, the College Ushers have been serving as ushers for numerous College functions. Basically the group has been present for Lyceum pro- grams, concerts, commencement activities and other all-school affairs. Judith Galkowski, Randell. Karladine Thurman. Brooke Williams, Linda Diane Cushman and Karladine Thurman hand out programs at the fall quarter Lyceum program. 88 Dr. William Kunzler, Cheryl Wilson, Debbie Kobos and Dr. Robert Wright discuss winter pre-registration duties for mentors. Row 1: Cheryl Wilson, Derry Jones, Elizabeth Early, Elaine Lang- ford, Judy Schmidt, Mary Wells, Catherine Dickson, Eilene Langford, Sheryl Keeran, Diane Cushman, Shirley Crawford. Pam Abbadessa. Row 2: Linda Hackmann, Beverly Rubey, Mary Cox, Joyce Sevits, Karladine Thurman, Nancy Bulick, Susan Klump, Andrea Smith, Mentors Selected For Campus Service Student Mentors are a tradition on this cam- pus, dating back over several decades. They help- ed with orientation of new freshmen on campus and served as guides on Parents Day. Also, they helped with Senior Day in the spring. Mentors were upperclassmen who volun- teered for this important duty and who were se- lected on the basis of scholarship, personal ad- justment, faculty recommendations, and a dem- onstrated interest in helping others adjust to cam- pus life. The final appointment as a student men- tor came from the Director of Student Personnel Services and mentors served for one year. They may be reappointed for another year and most student mentors serve for two years, unless they graduate first. Debby Dunn. Row 3: Betty Johnson, Dottye Wooten, Sandy Bartlett. Carol Johnson, Jo Goldman, Yvonne Clodius, Margaret Eager. Jamie Grosso, Shirley Watson, Bonnie Funk, Joyce Williams, Susie Nugent. Row 4: Steve Hilkowitz, Robert Phillips, Gary Peterson, Ron Rowland, Greg Hodits, Paul Wagner, Jim Miers, David Bean. 89 Button Sales Begin Cardinal Key Year Members of Cardinal Key began the year ' s ac- tivities with the annual sale of Homecoming buttons with proceeds financing the Nan E. Wade scholar- ship. The scholarship was presented in the spring to a selected, deserving college woman. Christmas time found two large and beautifully decorated Christmas trees adorning Violette Hall and the Student Union lobby. Cardinal Key also co- sponsored the Library contest in the spring, and held its annual reception for honor-roll women students. Judy Schmidt, President of Cardinal Key, served a two-year term as National Secretary, and Miss Leona Whittom, sponsor, was a National Advisor. Cardinal Key is a national honor society for women of junior and senior status in American col- leges and universities. Membership is limited to 25 women who show characteristics of high scholar- ship, outstanding leadership, character, and service to her school and community. The Eugene Fair chapter of Cardinal Key was organized on this campus in 1934 and was one of the earliest chapters in America. It now has 33 na- tional chapters with national headquarters in Flag- staff, Ariz. President Elkins purchases the first Hom ecoming button from Judy Schmidt, president of Cardinal Key. Row 1: Judy Schmidt, president; Susan Cattle, vice president; Lexanna Hines, secretary; Jeanne Dwyer, treasurer; Evelyn Clarke, historian; Julie Lademann, reporter; Marcia Whitt, Shirley Irwin, Eilene Langford, Leona Whittom, sponsor. Row 2: Pat Trent, Elaine Langford, Margaret McNabb, Becky Bounds, Lynne Wolf, Teresa Coy, Phyllis Sue Domann, Margaret Eager, Carol L. Johnson, Janice Fridley, Diana Lewis, Mary Binder, Phyllis Bishop, Janice Bazil, Jennifer Reed. 90 Row 1: Will Selser, president; Tom Jesaitis, vice president; Lonny Morow, recording secretary; Robert L. Jackson, editor; Doug Kollar, corresponding secretary; William Hunter, treasurer; Larry D. Dorrell, Jim Cook, Dale Mason, Ron Leazer. Row 2: Clyde LaRue, Joseph Yager, Randall Walston, Fred Kingsolver, Bruce Hoehne. Art Muensterman, Kerry William Coin, Dick Reynolds. Stephen Brown, Stephen Sanfilippo, Eli F. Mittler. sponsor. Blue Key Projects Consume 1,000 Hours Blue Key Student Directories are compiled to make it easier for students to locate their peers. Assuming the responsibility of the production and direction of the Homecoming Parade, the local members of the John R. Kirk Chapter of the Blue Key National Honorary Fraternity were off to a good start toward fulfilling the Blue Key motto: " Serving, I live. " This was closely followed by the compilation and distribution of the Blue Key Directory. These two projects consumed well over 1,000 man hours of work. Other Blue Key activities included main- taining the Travel Board, sponsoring the College Campus Bowl, and conducting campus tours on Senior Day. Membership requirements include being of jun- ior status, a cumulative honor-point-ratio of a mini- mum of 3.0, active membership in at least two other non-social campus organizations and high recom- mendations by three faculty members. The faculty sponsor is Dr. Eli Mittler. 91 Row I : Jim Preston, president; Don Milliken, vice president; Larry Boleach, second vice president; Emil W. Green, secretary-treasurer; Jack C. Bowen, H. B. Tate, William J. Kunzler. Wayne Newman, Jerry Vittetoe. Row 2: F. Clark Elkins. Basil Morlan, Earl Ludlow, Forest L. Crooks, Will L. Selser, A. L. Fritschel, Gail Albright, D. D. Nothdurft. Row 3: Henry Boucher, Winferd Durham, Charles G. Fast, Howard M. Terry, Joseph P. Dolan, Tom Sommerkamp, Russell Clayton. Row 4: Clifton R. Bell, Marion D. Johnson, Duane R. Cole. Phi Delta Kappa Led By James Preston Phi Delta Kappa began in 1910 by a consoli- dation of three interdependent fraternities at Indiana University, Columbia University and the University of Missouri. Campus chapters are now found in col- leges and universities throughout North America where graduate work is done. Students selected for membership are not always graduate students but at NMSC the local requirement is that they must have had one quarter of graduate work with super- ior grades. Since its beginning in 1928, the campus chapter has initiated more than 500 men. Meetings were held monthly during the aca- demic year and weekly during the summer session. Officers for the 1968-69 year were: President, Jim Preston; Vice-president, Don Milliken; Second vice president, Larry Boleach; and Secretary-treas- urer, Emil W. Green. Promoting free public education as an essen- tial to the development and maintenance of a de- mocracy is the chief purpose of the international honor fraternity for men in professional education. The organization is based upon the cornerstones of leadership, service, and research. 92 I f . 0E i NATIONAL CHASTEREDu NORTHEAST HONORARY EDUCATION SOCIETY Kappa Delta Pi Centers Tea Around Teaching Various Christmas gifts were collected by Kappa Delta Pi for the patients of the Fulton State Hospital. During winter quarter a tea was held for students getting ready to do their student teaching, enabling students and teachers to dis- cuss student teaching informally. In March, the district convention was at- tended at Maryville followed in April by a ban- quet to welcome initiates. Kappa Delta Pi was founded on February 24, 1923. Its members are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. To merit selection as a member, a student must have an honor point ratio of at least 3.0, five se- mester hours of education courses, and at least 64 semester hours of credit. Kappa Delta Pi members discuss meeting agenda. Row 1 : Elaine Anderson, Laura Curry, Nikki Hawkins, Sandra Potosky, Sue Jane Carroll, Linda Conn, Donna Sees, Shelby King- solrer, Elaine Langford. Row 2: Pamela Spencer, pres.; Becky Bounds, vice pres.; Marcia Whitt. secy.; Doris Varns, Nancy Dykstra, Kathy Montgomery, Barbara Faust, Susie Nugent, Linda McCoy, Margie Waters, Laura Weitman. Row 3: Judy Schmidt, Marsha Mills, Jane Zentz, Margaret McNabb, Neoma Thompson, Phyllis Sue Domann, Janice Fridley. Jim Cook, Tom Jesaitis, Bruce Hoehne. Lonny Morow, Ronald Lane, Julie Lademann. Mary Wilson. Carol Johnson. Bonnie Funk, Jennifer Reed, Eilene Langford, Shirley Irwin. 93 Busy Year Enjoyed By Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha chapter was commended by the Na- tional President, Dr. James Neilson, for not only being the first chapter to initiate new members for the 1968-69 school year, but also for having the largest group of new initiates in a single quarter. Their fall initiates, totaling 53, broke all national records. In observance of their Centennial Tree ' s First anniversary on campus, the members took part in stringing it with Christmas lights of green and gold, the fraternity ' s colors. Membership requirements for Alpha Phi Sigma, national honor fraternity, are having a 3.0 honor point ratio for three consecutive quarters, regardless of one ' s academic field. Alpha Phi Sigma decorates the tree they planted on the east side of the Union. Row 1: Doug Kollar, vice president; Sandra Potosky, secretary; Mary Binder, treasurer; Marilyn Gearhart, Mary Wells, Steve Hilkowitz, David Bondurant, Robert Lee Jackson, Mary Shelton, Catherine Dickson. Row 2: Ronda Judd, Livinnia Wiley, Wilma Koehn, Judy Schmidt, Pat Trent. Linda McCoy, Shirley Hopmann, Mary Olah, Mary Jo Banta, Elizabeth Early, Carol Sees, Linda Miller, Eilene Langford, Cathy Williams, Barbara Faust, Wanda Newland, Anthony A. Giordano, Jr.. Nita Starbuck, Patricia Comer. Lexanna Hines. Row 3: Joyce Richardson, Paula Porter, Carolyn Pepper, Rose Mary Allbee, Phyllis Moehle, Sherrie Mae Walker. Phyllis Sue Domann. Karen Yackley, Benita Wiesemann, Linda Stude, Kaye Ditmars, Evelyn Clarke, Jane Zentz, Donna Sees. Elaine Langford. Sue Jane Carroll, Phyllis Scott, Beverly Rubey, Joy Adam. Helen Finley. Donna Vignovich, Diana Gronewold, Evelyn Stoner. Row 4: Brian Wendelschaeter. Laura Anne Curry, Carol L. Johnson, Neta Richardson, Cheryl Hightower, Susie Nugent, Teresa Coy, Betty Hoover, Jo Ella Waybill, Kathel Addleman, Mary Y. Morgan, Linda Randell, Carol Tipton, Linda Conn, Julann Stickney, Linda O ' Neal, Nikki Hawkins, Dennis Pickering, Joyce Pickering, Bonnie Funk, Charlotte Hunt, Kathy Noel, Jeanne Dutemple, Janice Fridley. Beverly Seibert. Row 5; Stanley Noah, Jim Cook, George Bute, Gary Peterson, Debby Wood, Ann Begeman, Linda Krause, Jeanne Sparling, Jamie Grosso, Larry D. Dorrell. Robert Moore, Gary N. Hollenberg, David Toops, Bruce Hoehne. Art Muenster- man, Margaret Eager, Julie Lademann, Randall Walston, Beverly Myers, Rockne Gross, John Eller, Clyde LaRue, Noaleen Motter. 94 Row 1: Ronald D. Rogers, president; Brian Wendelschaefer, first vice- president; Steven L. Schweizer, second vice-president; John F. Lutz, historian; Richard Brimer, recording secretary; Steve Justice, corre- sponding secretary; Melvin O ' Neal, sergeant-at-arms; Alfred Maxfield, treasurer; R. E. Harrington, faculty advisor. Row 2: Jim Miller, John A. Daniels, Bob Mudrak, David Cannon. Hal Whiteaker, Frank Petersen, David Romberg, Randall Lary, Mark Morgan, Nolan Schwada. Row 3: John Bybee, Tom Ballard, Tom Kahl, Steve Rose, Mike Hopkins, Dennis Brayton, David Murray, Jerry Northcutt, Lui Tuitele. Row 4: Hugh Schuetz, Gary P. Peterson, Rick Elkin, Ed Hopkins, Mark A. Morrow. Phil Wormsley, John W. Caldwell, Larry T. Rigdon, Glenn A. Fast, William Alan Wilson, Bill D. Reed, Larry Lamberson. Row 5: Lance E. Wessling, Edward Todd, Steve Bond, Frank Davey, Randy Shahan. David Bondurant, Harry Holderieath, Micky L. Martin, Ron Rowland, Greg Hodits, H. L. Cox. APO members assisted with regular registration. Alpha Phi Omega Slated Outstanding Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Omega assisted the Kirksville chapter of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and several local scouting clubs during the year. The year ' s projects were opened by ar- ranging the pre-game activities, distributing an events program for homecoming, and providing assistance with the Homecoming parade. Social activities were highlighted by sponsor- ing the annual Ugly Man Contest. United Fund and the Heart Fund received the proceeds from the contest. Under the direction of Arthur Harrington, Epsilon chapter was chosen as one of the out- standing chapters of Alpha Phi Omega in the United States this past year. 95 Row 1 : Margaret Eager, president; Margaret McNabb, vice-president; Marilyn Mote, secretary; Holly Deam, treasurer; Marie Van Dorin, guard; Sharon Barnett, distaff reporter. Row 2: Patricia Noel, Sue Kappa Omicron Pi Stresses High Ideals Many of the programs of Kappa Omicron Phi placed emphasis on professionalism: Mrs. LeVerne Wellborn presented a program on her experiences teaching home economics in Jamaica; Mrs. A. L. Fritschel spoke at the Founder ' s Day Banquet in December about the responsibilities of the wife of a professional husband. In March, Miss Glessa Tucker, District Wel- fare Supervisor, spoke on working with low in- come families. Other programs centered around the McGrath Report, what a home economist is, student teaching, and graduate and doctoral work. Beta Nu Chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi, a national Home Economics Honor Society, was initiated on the campus on May 4, 1968. The purpose of the organization was to develop wo- men with higher ideals of sane living, with a deeper appreciation of the sanctity of the home, and with broader social and higher intellectual and cultural attainments. Jane Carroll, Ann Waters, Rebecca Mason, Marjorie Hogenson, Joyce Crim, Karen Lake, Kathy Ryan. Alterations and repairment of clothes laid out the " Mending Day " schedule for those home economics students. 96 Circle K ' s Emphasis: Tradition of Service ' Receiving its official campus charter in Sep- tember, the Circle K Club launched into a chal- lenging year. The big project of the year was the Missouri-Arkansas District Convention of Circle K. Other projects were monthly visits at the nursing home, counseling and helping the disad- vantaged youth of Kirksville, and several car washes. Circle K International, the largest col- lege organization in existence, continued its tra- dition of service to the campus and the com- munity. " Our potential as an organization, and as individual men, will be realized only if we con- sciously and creatively set out to: DETERMINE TOMORROW-TODAY. " Circle K members set up in the SUB concourse collectinc for Biafra Relief. Row 1: Jim Miers, pres.; Ron Leazer, vice pres.; David Froneyberger, secy.; Stanley Jones, treas.; Will Selser, Brian Anderson, William Kitts. sponsor. Row 2: Robert Michael, Theodore Baker, Dennis Hendren. James Kirks, Robert Junda, Anthony Weatherford, David Grieshaber, Richard Brimer. Jesse Howard, Jr. Row 3: Rodney Powell, David Moore, Ed Hopkins, Michael Lewton. Jerry Casebolt. Robert Chamberlain, David Kutzner. Larry Wolgast, Gary Strasser. Larry Dorrell, Richard Floyd. Row 1 : Mary Cox, pres.; Jamie Grosso, vice pres.; Linda Giltner. treas.; Roger Frowein; Dr. Robert Sprehe, sponsor. Row 2: Diana Schowe, Joyce Richardson, Betty Fletcher, Susie Nugent, Evelyn Stoner. Maria Bond, Cheryl Hightower. Neta Richardson. Helen Finley, Shirley Crawford. Row 3: Phyllis Lindquist, Phyllis Sue Domann, Carol Johnson, Murlene Wallace, Harry Holderieath, Pamela Sue Luett, Judy Randolph, Dee Anne Kuhler. Elizabeth Early. Pi Omega Pi Attends National Convention Five members of Alpha Chapter of Pi Omega Pi attended the national biennial convention of Pi Omega Pi at the Palmer House in Chicago during Christmas vacation. The Convention was held in conjunction with the N-CBEA Convention. Mrs. Joann Billington, past president of Alpha Chapter, addressed members of the group concern- ing problems of her first year of teaching business education in an area high school. For members of Pi Omega Pi, a Christmas party was held in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sprehe, sponsor of Alpha Chapter. Throughout the year Pi Omega Pi members participated in many social and business p rojects connected with the organization. Selling Christmas package decorations was a project for Pi Omega Pi. Helping are (l-r) Harry Holderieat, Neta Richardson. Cheryl Hightonier and Phyllis Domann. 98 Business Administration club members discuss current market trends through chart information at a monthly meeting. New Club Organized In Business Division Organized in the fall, 1966, Business Adminis- tration Club received their charter last spring. Their various campus activities were: sponsor- ing Lynn Trisko, Homecoming Queen candidate; car washes and invited prominent speakers to talk at their weekly meetings. Their annual spring banquet, held this spring emphasized their main idea: To familiarize each business student with the common working world. Row 1: James Welsh, pres.; Randall Walston, vice pres.; Sharon Precht. sec.-treas.; Clyde LaRue, parliamentarian; David VonYeast. reporter, Lexie VonYeast, Winferd Durham, sponsor; Dr. Harold Mickelson, sponsor. Row 2: Arthur Thomas, Larry Deeker, Byron Smith, James Schueller, Dennis Duffield, Jerry Northcutt, Dennis Wallin, Loren Elston, Ron Stabler, Kenneth Burnham, Phil Hankam- mer, Carol Bridges, Rita Heiser. Row 3: Robert Hoover, Allan Curtis, David Romberg, Sidney Fey, Robert Denison, William Spratt, Alan Wheeler, Carl Schmidt, Gene Swanson, John Campbell, Dale Branstetter, David Cannon, Michael Flanders. Row 4: Thomas Mc- Dowell, Mark Crawford, Frank Dalgliesh, Dennis Loehrer, Arnold Hoch, Robert Lindsay, David Kutzner. Bill Nicodemus, Oran Hutch- ison. Ed Hopkins, Glen Black. Robert Copithorne, Larry Rigdon, John Briscoe, John Arnold, William Anderson. 99 Row 1 : Mary Binder, secretary; Edda N. Chang, Jean Philip. Paula Porter, vice-president; Zelma Dowell, Frances Nemoto, Busha Premarasmee. Dr. Humberto Alvarez, sponsor. Row 2: Joe DeLuca, Diana Lewis, Edward A. Olderich, president; Mary Wilkerson, treas- urer; Kenneth Fleak. English Club Prompts Original Performances Making up the past year ' s agenda of the English Club were readings and informal prose and poetry ori- ginals shared by student and faculty writers. These presentations were a few of the many pro- grams enjoyed by the club. The traditional afternoon tea for the faculty of the Language and Literature division was hosted in the Student Union Alumni Room on December 1 1 by the members. Organizing interesting programs and creating additional activities for students who desired to further their enthusiasm for English outside of class was the primary goal of the English Club during 1968-69. All student members of the English Club were enrolled as junior members in the National Council of teachers of English organized in December of 1963 under the direction of Dr. Loren Grissom. The Eng- lish Club was open to all students, faculty, and staff members at the College. Jim Thomas, of the English department, chats with a guest at the annual English club Christmas Tea. lOO Mexican Artist Visits Romance Language Club Slides of Costa Rica, a Christmas " fiesta, " and a Mexican artist who explained his works were enjoyed by the Spanish section of the Romance Language Club. " El Club Espanol " was founded in 1962 as a professional organization with the primary purpose of stimulating an understanding of Spanish and Latin- American culture. A student does not have to be a Spanish major to benefit from these programs. Emphasizing both technical work and cultural activities, the Spanish Club took an active part in pro- viding training and rendering leadership towards stim- ulating and carrying out free conversation in Spanish. Dr. Humberto Alvarez has been the advisor since the club was formed. Sheila Caldwell uses language lab for study. Row 1: Julie Lademann, pres.; Pam Abbadessa, vice pres.; Linda Hackmann, secy.; Erwin Neighbors, treas.; Shirley Watson, program chairman; Nancy Dykstra. Row 2: Robert Graves. Bonnie Wolverton, Jeanine Nill, Diane Lindenbusch, Ellen Small, Kaye Ditmars, Anne Sanderson, Hubert Moore. Row 3: Lexanna Hines, Diana Gronewold, Carla Jackson, Roberta Peterson, Linda Nichols, Sheila Logston, Phyllis Scott. Row 4: Eliott Brody, Sandy Bartlett, Mary Wilhoit, Mary Binder, Shelby Kingsolver, Joyce Sevits, Noaleen Motter. 101 Ron Evans. Charlotte Sloan. Tom Rusert and Larry Fortney rehearse for Oral Interpreters program. Oral Interps Present Campus Programs Oral Interpreters participated in the Central Michigan University Invitational Festival, served as critics for the Forensic Festival in Mexico, Mo. presenting a readers theater production of " Lisa and David. " Programs for campus audiences and civic organizations included: Three Questions ( " Who Am I This Time? " " Who Knows? " and " Have I Ever Lied To You? " ). Other productions were " The Reluctant Dragon, " " The Thirteen Clocks, " Alone on a Wide Wide Sea ( " A Rose for Emily " and " Lisa and David, " ) and the annual Christmas Program, Malcontents Miff Merriment. Another activity added to the agenda was the collecting for Multiple Sclerosis. This will become a yearly project. Dr. Elizabeth Worrell founded the Oral In- terpreters November 21, 1958, with the purpose of sharing an enjoyment of literature with both public audiences and other members of the group. Services and activities have grown considerably, reflecting the growth on a nationwide basis, of the art form itself of presenting literature through oral performance. Row 1: Lee Moody, president; Marty Owens, vice president; Diana Gronewold, secretary; Vernon Jackson, treasurer: Kay Jackson, historian; Helen Mattice, historian; Dr. Elizabeth Worrell, sponsor. Row 2: Teresa Coy, Sandi Kincaid, Vicki Biggs, Lynda Steele, Darwin Henderson, Dianne Snell, Teri Shandrew, Pat Trent, Carol Wilson, Saundra Jones, Susan Humphrey. Row 3; Jeanne Cullers, Tom Rusert, Ed Sick, Thelma House, Robert Alan Rose, Darrell Wheeler. Randy Petty, Sandi Pieper. 102 Row 1: Sherlie Crouch. Ellen Small, Sandi Pieper, Susan Koch. Row 2: Larry D. Fortney. president; Steve Rose, vice president; Kay Jack- son, secretary and treasurer; Carol Ann Livesay, historian; Nola Neil, Kitty Cantrell, Lynda Steele. Helen Mattice, Judy Richards, O. J. Merrell, staff; J. G. Severns. sponsor. Row 3: Frank Sladek, Gary Wornell, Mark Gold, Del Oliver, Lee Moody, Russ Becherer, Loren Klahs, Ed Stockwell, Don Shirkey, Howard Cox, Phillip Faris, Gary Strand, Tom Ballard, and Donald Erikstrup. College Players Display Stage Talents In cooperation with the division of Fine Arts, five major theatre productions were presented dur - ing the year by the College Players. Showing a variety in technique and an adaptability to several forms of theatre, the College Players displayed their talents in Shakespeare ' s " As You Like It " ; Beckett ' s absurd tragi-comedy, " Waiting For Godot " ; Girau- doux ' s satirical fantasy, " The Madwoman of Chail- lot " ; a recent Broadway thriller, " Wait Until Dark " ; and the Strauss opera, " Fledermaus " . Six distinguished films of international acclaim were made available to students and townspeople through the efforts of the Film Club which is spon- sored by the College Players. Besides performing on the stage, members of the College Players were also responsible for " behind the scene " work which included directing, lighting, costuming, make-up, set building and prop gather- ing. Students representing all major fields of study on campus were members of the 1968-69 College Players. Dress rehearsal is a part of good productions. 103 uiana xnowe, reporter; uary nenry. jean ' , co-sponsor. Row 2: Connie Brewer. Cheryl [, Linda Giltner. Sydne Kuhler. Edna Trump, Row 1: Gary Burch. president; Shirley Watson, secretary; Lynn Badaracco, treasurer; Diana Schowe, reporter; Gary Henry. Jean Philip. Howard Terry. Wilson, Edith Dawson, Joyce Cain, Dee Anne Kuhler, Helen Cooper, Sherry Dykstra, Karen Harris. Joyce Klein, Joan Rohdy, Golston, Patty Jacobs, Beverly Jones. Cindy Barbara Haskins. Mary Lou Behring, Janet Neill, Benita Wiesemann, Deborah Wilhoit. Linda Stude, Georgie McCurdy, Hilda Epperson. Sherry Linda Gaus, Williams. Beverly Row 3: Glenda Laurer, Mary Jane Engel, Diane Shields, Joan Hudgel, Janice Stephenson. Karen Wick, Sandra Moritz, Lavon Gilliland. iCarla Harlow, Sheri Povendo. Phyllis Warden. Row 4: Linda Ordelheide, Phillip Wilson, James Lorence, Ronald Baker, Mark Morgan, John Smith, Michael Dickerson, Larry Dale Jones. Art Muensterman, Jim Bowles. Gerald Hamilton, Harry Collett, Donald Dixon, Larry Dorrell. Ricky Edwards, Charles Haack. Roy Sandberg. Mary Wilhoit. Panel discussions, lectures and various programs were included in the activities for the 235 SNEA members. Dr. Howard Terry talks to the SNEA organization about their future teaching careers. 104 President Gary Burch presides over a monthly meeting of SNEA. Career Film Opens SNEA ' s Active Year This year two-hundred and thirty collegians joined the Student National Education Association, a professional association for those students plan- ning a teaching career. No Teacher Alone, a film to help build pro- fessional solidarity and stimulate more active par- ticipation in organization work, was presented at the opening meeting in October. Highlighting the 1968-69 SNEA season was Professor Anthony D ' Souza, a visiting Fullbright scholar and educator from India, who lectured about his homeland ' s educational system in com- parison to that of the United States. Professor D ' - Souza has traveled worldwide in his educational pursuit as a visiting scholar and provided an en- lightening factor to our campus, classes, as well as SNEA. As a professional education organization, there are chartered chapters in accredited colleges and universities throughout the country. Row 1 : Phyllis Sue Domann, Joyce Richardson, Betty Fletcher, Nancy Roesler, Jeana Shults, Claire Shreve, Dianne Mottet, Elizabeth Early, Bonnie Bohn. Row 2: Marilyn Davis. Linda Hackmann, Bernetta Phillips. Sharon Zeigler, Theresa Messina. Janice Jones, Janette Jones, Patricia Allen, Linda Conn. Sheila Schroeder, Barbara Bean, Linda McCoy, Teresa Boyd, Jackie Clow, Shirley Irwin, Beverly Miller. Shirley Crawford. Row 3: Kaye Ditmars, Janice Baxter. Beverly Nash, Carol Sawmiller. Brenda Anderson. Janet Thompson. Carolyn Riley, Dottye Wooten. Linda O ' Neal. Murlene Wallace, Linda Nichols, Jane Watkins. Susan Bleigh. Rosanna Behle. Ardith Spencer. Bonnie Wolverton, Linda Miller, Dianne Reinker. Row 4: Carlene Dunlap. Adell Newsom. Mary Cox. Carta Jackson. Judy Niemeyer, Beverly Seibert. Judith Davis, Carolyn Wells, Judith Galkowski, Julie Lademann, Beverly Myers, Jean Sojka, Julann Stickney. Betty McEwen. Livinnia Wiley. Helen Finley. Ruth Angel. Row 5: Gary Reneker. James Kirks. Frank Petersen. Dwight Hyle. Gary Strassen. Roy L. Swain. John Lutz. Loren Klahs. Erwin Neighbors. Edward Wilson. Art James. Jeffery Marker. Danny Wilford. Brian Anderson. Gary Spencer. Art Renstrom, Rick Flkin. Allan Dreyer. 105 Judy Schmidt instructs tots in the elementary steps of addition. Classroom work decorates the board. Row 1: Janice Brammer, president; Susan Klump, vice president; Mary Olah, secretary; Sydne Kuhler. treasurer; Suzi Hatcher, histor- ian-reporter; Grace McReynolds, sponsor; Teresa Boyd, Mary Bee- bout, Louise Harvey. Row 2: Linda Clair. Patricia Blecher, Jacquelyn Clow, Edith Dawson, Carlene Dunlap, Sharon Zeigler, Shirley Bar- nett, Darwin Henderson, Bernetta Phillips, Nancy Wilson, Janette Jones, Judy Harrison, Doris Varns, Beverly Miller, Adell Newsom, Sally Gheens. Row 3: Susan Eddy, Elizabeth Albus, Nancy Roesler, Linda Larson, Nancy Ashmead, Karen Longwith, Nancy Farmer, Elaine Suter, Pat Auld, Neoma Thompson, Joyce Cain, Linda Lauer, Sue Daugherty, Rhonda Stanek, Dianna Goodman, Jennifer Reed, Student Teaching Hints Benefit ACE Members " Getting Acquainted " was the basis for the first meeting of the Association for Childhood Edu- cation with Dr. Grace McReynolds discussing the various aspects of the organization. Guest speakers presented helpful hints for be- ginning teachers, securing teaching positions, crea- tive teaching, teaching aids in the classroom, what to do to get the most benefit from student teaching, and foreign language teaching in elementary grades. Highlighting the year was their Christmas party featuring children from the Kirksville elementary schools. Entertainment was provided by the Ele- mentary Majors Chorus directed by Mrs. Claudine Terry. This organization is primarily for persons ma- joring in elementary education. Patricia Bates, Charlotte Mayer, Linda Wilhoit. Row 4: Carolyn Pepper, Susie Henderson, Lavon Gilliland, Laura Weitman, Beverly Nash, Sherrie Walker, Nancy Bryant, Linda Randell, Linda Hutch- inson, Judy Schmidt. Brenda Anderson, Sandra Turner, Janice Steph- enson, Victory Tucker. Rose Mary Allbee. Chris Hatala, Ronda Judd, Livinnia Wiley, Carol Sawmiller. Row 5: Sonya Stender, Marilyn Lampton, Patricia Lund, Phyllis Warden, Brenda Hinton, Linda Featherston, Nancy Bothe, Claire Sykes, Barbara Trost, Bill Morton, Kathryn Easley, Marilyn Luers, Linda Conn, Carol Mosher, Carolyn Riley, Pat Ebers, Mary Cook, Mary Lou Holdren, Patricia Parks. W Nf jH y» ■■■■■mm 106 Row 1: Susan Bleigh, Debby Eiceman, Mary Emke, Merle Diane Matney, Claudia Clinton, Barbara Wedde, Joyce Lichte, Lou Ann Clark. Row 2: Lonny Morrow, president; Bruce McQuillen, vice- president; Lysle Bettis, secretary; Michael Smith, treasurer; Patricia Blecher, Priscilla Medley, Kathy Silvey, Kathy Batterson, Claire Moore. Roy Sandberg, Betty McEwen, Dr. Jeffery Mitchell, sponsor. Row 3: Asa Witt, Charles Moore, Phillip Faris, Michael Conner, Jerry Collins, Annell Wayman, Don Minor, Jim Flanders, Charles C. Gray, Daron Greene, Walt Wilber, Frank Giurleo, Margaret Yee. Youngsters are aided by SCEC member. Observations, Ideas High Points of SCEC Highlighting the year of the Student Council for Exceptional Children was the attendance of the annual CEC Convention in Denver in April. Giv- ing students an opportunity to discuss informally some of their observations or ideas concerning ex- ceptional children is the primary purpose of SCEC. " To give every child the opportunity to func- tion to the maximum of his potential " is the goal of the members of the Student CEC. It is composed primarily of special education and psychology ma- jors but is open to any student who is interested in the exceptional child. SCEC is affiliated with the International Coun- cil for Exceptional Children. Members receive a monthly journal, Exceptional Children and are en- titled to the privileges of regular CEC members. Forming on the College campus three years ago, the membership has grown approximately 30% over last year ' s membership. Organization sponsors are Dr. Jeffery Mitchell and Mrs. Kathleen Cher- bonnier, members of the Special Education staff. 107 Row 1: Ann Schafer, social chairman; Linda Randell, reporter; Sandra Moritz. treasurer; Sharon Brakensiek, secretary; Becky Yates, second vice president; Cheryl Harlan, first vice president; Elizabeth Wilson, sponsor. Row 2: Vonda Jo Kraus, Ardith Spencer, Virginia Miccio. Kathy Wagner, Janice Livingston. Brenda Ballew. Ann Water, Brenda Berry, Sherlie Crouch, Argena Hutton, Carol Burrus, Elna Jones. Karen Yackley, LaDonna Brandau. Row 3: Marilyn Mote, Theresa Messina, Jeannine Truitt, Juanita Way, Patricia Noel, Dana Lee, Aubradella Thompson. Sue Jane Carroll, Sharon Jones, Carol Freeman, Janice Baxter, Karen Lake. Marie Van Dorin. Row 4: Nancy Holman, Jacquelyn Roberts, Priscilla Wiley. Joyce Williams, Marjorie Hogenson, Gwenith Kells. Jeannine Jurgensen, Nancy Han- cock, Carol Tadelski, Carolyn May. Mary Morgan, Gwendolyn De- Witt, Teresa Bartow. Row 5: Joyce Pinson, Sharon Barnett, Glinda Crawford, Cathy Bothe, Charlene Leitman, Gayle Jay, Holly Deam, Margaret Eager, Linda Maxwell, Anita Morrow, Nancy Groves, Mary Anne Logue. Sydney Howe. Jeanne Sparlin. Members decorate this tree with money cards for the children at the Diagnostic Clinic. Colhecon Club Year Begins With Luau Activities of Colhecon included a get-acquaint- ed luau for new members, attending the district and state M.H.E.A. meetings, professional and social programs. Other activities included constructing a Homecoming float, attending the State American Home Economics Meeting, and a spring banquet honoring senior members of the group. Members of the College Home Economics club are active in local, state, and national affairs. The club was founded in 1912, and then reorganized under the name of Ellen H. Richards club in 1922. In 1951, the name Colhecon was adopted for this College ' s organization. The purpose of the club is to promote a professional attitude for future home economists. toe Honorary Art Members View Art Galleries Activities of the Honorary Art Club began the year with the sale of mums for Homecoming. The club displayed pictures done by art students in the President ' s office and the office of the Dean through- out the year. Membership requirement for the club is a minimum of 7.5 hours in art, with no honor point requirement in art to be met. On March 20 the group took a three-day trip to Chicago to view the art institutes and galleries of the Windy City. They also participated in the annual Fine Arts Festival held on NMSC campus each year. The aims of the club include 1) developing an appreciation of the arts 2) giving students further op- portunity to pursue some phase of work they are in- terested in, and to serve the campus activities in an artistic capacity when it is needed. Due to absence of its sponsor William Unger, in the spring, William Murray became the temporary sponsor. An art club member, works with a ceramics project in the Ceramic Studio, located in the basement of Adair House. Row 1: Jim Peterson, president; Gloria Weyand. corresponding secre- tary; Janienne Donaldson, recording secretary; Janice Jones, treasurer; Leslie Guthrie, historian; Lonnie Pugh, sergeant-at-arms; William E. Unger. sponsor. Row 2: Gloria Sangeorge, Vicki Doubet, Nancy Hopfer, Teresa Sandifer, Elaine Havrum. Kathy Montgomery, Goldie Gilbert, Sally Ellenberger, Elizabeth Halter, Claudia Minor. Row 3: Mary M. Denton, Pam Robertson. Marsha Mills. Edna Trump, Ruth Bailey, Lynna B. Johns, Mark Volmert, Judy Bankson, Catherine Dickson, Wendy Herzberger. Carolyn Germain. Row 4: Mark Morgan, Gary Havrum, R. Paul Morris, Gary A. Hinze, Michael Spears, Michael Yager, John Christie, Dennis Zeigler. 109 Row I : Abdool N. Hoosein, president; Madhat A. Ahmed, vice president; president; Paula Porter, secretary; Sui Ah-Hing, treasurer; Martha McClaskey. faculty sponsor; Frances McKinney. foreign student advisor. Row 2: Kao Pen-Ning Edoa N. Chang, Cheryl Christman, Chiraporn Suwanraks, Tida Nitipisanonta, Punthip Pankam, Nita Stanbuck, Barbara Faust. Becky Learner. Bonnie Brumm. Jamshid Eghbali, Danild A. Vinluan. Row 3: Steven Sewell. Ahmed Mahmoud. Kathy Collins, Gisela Becker, Krisna Suwanraks, Shahrokh Hoveydai. Virginia Richey. Elsie T. Aga, Cheryl McNeil, Feridoon Bakhtiar, Manouchehr Saffar. Row 4: Venasid Sele, David Schneider. Dan Nielsen. Aureza Tamseedi, Darioush M. Afshar, Jeffery H. Marker, Karim Sadeghpour. Harish Pandya. Jerry Ozipko, Danny Wilford. Kuan-Chun Ou. Abdool Hoosein. and Mrs. Martha McClaskey present Joe Burdman with a gift at the Christmas Inter- national banquet. Burdman hosts the banquet anually. 110 Members of the International club combined articles from their countries to exhibit for NMSC students. Approximately 22 countries were represented in the Violette display. Internationals Promote Campus Goodwill Promoting good will and better understanding among nations are the basic aims of the Internation- al Club. Its members, both foreign students from 27 different cou ntries and the United States citizens, enjoy sharing ideas and cultures from around the world. Highlinghting the club ' s academic year was the Christmas dinner given annually by Joe Burdman; International Christmas party; annual International spring banquet; Internationtl variety show; and the Homecoming float. Actively engaged in the many facets of cultural and social life on the College campus, the Interna- tional students also spent a great deal of their time promoting world friendship and understanding among all students by sponsoring several special projects. in Warren Lee displays his collection of campaign buttons, walking cane, a watch fob, match box and a clock from several campaigns. Clyde Burch Lectures To Historical Group Highlighting the past academic year for the Historical Society was a lecture given by Clyde Burch, delegate to the Democratic National Con- vention. The speech centered around his personal experiences in politics with an open discussion fol- lowing the presentation. Several lectures and programs were presented during the year which were open to the entire cam- pus. Among these were slide presentations and per- sonal views on the presidential election. The spring banquet in March was an important social event of the year. Eugene N. Violette Chapter of the Historical Society was founded in November of 1906. Mem- bership is open to any collegian or faculty member who wishes to associate with others who share in- terests in history or social science and who might enjoy the Society ' s special programs presented every month. Row 1: John Lutz, president; Brian Wendelschaefer, vice president; Gary Henry, Jo Anne DeLashmutt, Willa Cragen, Roger Demarest, Dale Cox. Row 2: Tom Whittaker, Linda Hackmann, Llenell Rich- ardson, Linda Stevenson, Theola Davenport, Shirley Irwin, Joyce Pickering, Beverly Myers, Sherry Eitel, Joy Chaffee, Nancy Pieske. Linda McCoy. Ronald Baker. Row 3: Beverly Morgan, Bonnie Funk, Melvin O ' Neal, Dr. David March, Ken Libby, Denny Creegan, Gary Burch, Richard Demarest, Beverly Seibert, Shirley Watson, Linda Couchman. Row 4: Alan Bowling, Bob Mudrak, Richard Brimer, John Smith, Charles Netternich, Michael Lewton, Mark Morrow, John Caldwell, William Spaun, Jr., Larry House. Brian Anderson, Kent Harshbarger, William Jones, Cason Boudreau. Row 5: Thomas Corbett, George Betz, Donald Dixon, Stephen Sanfilippo, Steven Schweizer, John Ruggeberg, Michael Wilson, James Bowles, Lonnie Holder. Harish Pandya. Jeffery Marker. Roy Swain, Larry Dorrell, Richard Theriault, Dennis Brayton. 112 Row 1: Lance Wessling, president: James Maddex, vice president; Betty Wallingford. secretary: Rick Elkin. treasurer: Pat O ' Rourke, program chairman; Cecil Robertson, sergeant-at-arms; Marvin Moots, editor. Row 2: Patricia Allen, Thomas Linhardt, Steve Hilkowitz. Phillip Duncan, Lui Tuitele, Jim Fiscus, John Daniels, Mark Krueger. Row 3: Harold Ornes, Glenn Edmondson, Richard Theriault, David Beaty, Art James, Loren Klahs, Charles Harland, Bob Maddex, David Stull. Y.E.S. Creates Interest, Investigation Prejudging high school science fairs, giving science demonstrations, sponsoring the state Y.E.S. Convention, and spring Academic Contest were a- mong the activities of the Young Engineers and Scientists. These off-campus projects are hopefully creating scientific interest and investigation by Y.E.S. high school chapters. The purpose of Y.E.S. on campus is to en- courage research, student-student and student-fac- ulty communication and scholarship in the field of science. Young Engineers and Scientists ' first collegiate chapter at the College was founded in 1967. Re- quirements for membership are active interest in science and the training of youths. A minimum of 2.0 grade average is required. Science enthusiasts experiment with plants to see what new factors they can determine. Research is one objective that is encouraged by Y.E.S. 113 Row 1: Dean Kurtz, president: John Malvin. vice president: Brenda Wilkerson. secretary: Pam Simpson, social director: David Evans, treasurer: Nolan Schwada, parliamentarian. Row 2: Nancy Hyson, Kathy Lehnhoff. Sue Harris. Nancy Byrkit, Mary Stevenson, Jane Watkins. Linda Kueny. Barbara Martin. Sherry Wells. Cindi Clark, Bernadine Chaplin. Row 3: Cheryl Stewart. Elizabeth Payton, Olinda Gastler. Lynne Wolf. Ida Lou Wells. Pat Clark, Carolyn Mack, Ruth Richardson. Stella Neill. Jenita Brown. Jan Simmons, Eileen Keegan. Row 4: Mickey Keen, John Fusto, David Scheihing. David Mont- somery. Terry Loose. John Shanks, Roeer Bullock, Robert Soule, Jeff Piper. Olinda Gastler, Aeolian Club member, receives the second annual Arthur Humphreys Memorial Scholarship in Music Education. Spring Banquet Ends Aeolian Club ' s Year Some highlights of the year for Aeolian club were attendance of state meetings, a fall picnic, Christmas party, and the Southwest District Con- vention held at St. Louis. Members of the Club helped with the spring music festival, contest, summer band camp, and recitals. The spring ban- quet brought to a close the year ' s activities. Aeolian club is the local chapter of the Stu- dent Music Educators National Conference with membership open to all students interested m music. Along with business meetings, the clut conducted professional meetings consisting o programs dealing with music education. II 114 NEMO Singers create Yulelide spirit with their Christmas selections NEMOs Deliver Concerts Throughout State Highlighting NEMO Singers activities for the year was a concert tour of Missouri high schools in early March. Performances were also held in conjunction with Parent ' s Day, Homecom- ing Queen Coronation and Senior Day. Christmas Candlelight Concert was given in December and the annual spring concert capped the year ' s activities. Originally a group of 25 students called the Acapella Choir, the organization was started by Dr. Barrett Stout in 1932. In 1946 the Acapella Choir became the Light Opera Singers and was reorganized in 1950 as a part of the College Band. Dr. Stephen Hobson formed what became the present NEMO Singers in 1958. The group now numbers 60 of the most talented vocalists on campus. Clay Dawson is director of the choral group. Row I: Gloria Brown. Gloria Guinn. Janice Culbertson. Nancy, C open- haver. Janice Fridley. Jan Jones. Ida Lou Wells. Janet Peterson. Nancj Clifton. Sue Timm, Jane Watkins. Jenita Brown. Carol Wilson, and Rutin Lehnhoff. Row 2: Pam Simpson, Debbie Duncan. Sail) Jo Mueller. Jean Bagby. Connie Bliefnick. Pat Fridley, Ruth Richardson, Beverlv Richardson. Carolyn Mack. Saundra Pearson. Gloria Tedrow. and Linda Shousk. Row 3: Cheryl Stubbs. karladine Thunnan. Pal Clark. Stella Neill. lee Moods, president: Steve Griffin, Jim Ging- rich, vice-president: Loren Huthinson. John Gorham. Gar) Strand. Diana Gronewold, Joyce Glaser, and Beckv Howard Row 4 William Gottman. John Campbell. Maurice Overlander. Johnie Wood, Mike Daily. Robert Selser, Gregory Goodell, Das id Montgomery. Sieve Primeau. Roger Bullock. Vincent Collet. Steve Hilton. Bruce McQuil- len, Mickey Green, and Phil Hankammer. 115 Back Row: Douglas Anderson, Terry Wehrman, Jeff Piper, Sharon Addison. Kathy Harris. Jan Simmons. Front Row: Dave Evans, Sue Shirk, Sherry Wells. Sue Harris. Mary Stevenson, Elizabeth Payton. Suzanne Robb, Drum Majorette Row 1, Left to Righ: Mary Stevenson, Dave Evans, Sherry Wells, Elna Beth Jones. Jan Simmons, Carol Sees, Terry Wehrman, Sue Harris. Row 2: Beverly Green, Nancy Byrkit, Pam Means, Sharon Addison, Kathy Harris, Cindy Clark, Ellen Lavinder, Olinda Gastler, Janette Stoffa, Sue Shirk, Evelyn Daley, Suzanne Robb. Row 3: Bob Ault, Eileen Keefan. Mark Firks, Mike Farnsworth. Elizabeth 116 »v ' J Si Liz Paton and Terry Loose lead the College Band as officers. Payton, Nolan Schwada, Dave Kallmeyer, Paul Craig, John Fuoto, John Shanks, John Malvin, Jeff Piper, Dean Kurtz, Debra Lambert. Paul Tracy, Linda Kueny, Charles Sharp. Row 4: William Stephens, College Band Tour Includes Eleven High Schools Under the direction of Tom Duden, the Col- lege Band appeared before various audiences throughout the year. The band entertained at half-times during the football season, implementing a new style of field precision called Patterns of Motion. Winter quarter break saw the band touring eleven high schools in Northeast Missouri in four days; spring quarter was begun with the annual post-tour concert in the College Auditorium. With the aid of graduate assistant, John Schwarz, the band culminated the year with a spring concert and the 1969 spring Commence- ment exercises. Terry Loose, Dana Harris, Michele Brodeen, Melvin Bissey, John Behle, Douglas Anderson, Helen Echardt, John Schwarz. 117 Sinfonia Promotes School Enthusiasm During the first year on the College campus, the Sinfonias of Upsilon Phi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia sponsored a music festival with outside dance bands, established a dance band on campus, and performed as a pep band at all home basketball games promoting enthusiasm and school spirit in their music. Sweaters were provided by the Student Council for the group. Upsilon Phi was founded nationally on October 6, 1898, at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Mass. From this beginning Sinfonia has grown into a professional music fraternity of 240 chapters. It was installed on the College campus May 18, 1968. This international music fraternity has strived hard to carry forth the four basic purposes of the fraternity: (1) to advance the cause of music in America, (2) to foster the mutual welfare and broth- erhood of students of music, (3) to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, (4) to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Any student with an active interest in music and who belongs to a campus music organization is eligible for membership. Row 1: Robert Selser, president; John Malvin, vice president; Terry Loose, treasurer; Jeff Piper, secretary; Dr. Roger Cody, faculty advisor. Row 2: Dean Kurtz, historian; Jim Gingrich, John Shanks. Bob Selser presents Pete Fountain with an award. Loren Hutchinson, song leader. Row 3: David Evans, W. Ray Hazelrigg, Paul Craig, master-at-arms; Mike Farnsworth, Robert Soule, Roger Bullock, Nolan Schwada. 118 Row 1: Richard Weerts, Sharon Addison, Kathy Harris, Debra Lambert, Joan Woodford, Sandra Harrison, Judy Dissinger, Annetta Fuenfhausen, Nancy Byrkit, Evelyn Daley, Cindi Clark. Row 2: Robert D. Ault, Mary Stevenson, Judy Schmidt. Wane Donnelly, Jim Miers, Carl Schmidt, David Evans, Allan Curtis, Olinda Gastler. Rosalee Pickard. James DeVore. Row 1: Harold Copenhaver, Elizabeth Payton, Mike Farnsworth. Robert Ault, Mark Firks. Sam Urfer, Linda Kuery, W. Ray Hazel- rigg, Terry Loose (standing), Janis Hawkins. Nolan Schwada. Dean Kurtz, John R. Malvin. Jeff Piper. Concerts Open Clarinet and Brass Choir Year Activities got under way for the Clarinet and Brass Choirs when they presented a joint concert in Baldwin Hall. During the Thanksgiving holiday, the choirs toured various high schools in Northeast Mis- souri. Later in the year, several schools in the St. Louis area enjoyed the joint efforts of the choirs. The Clarinet Choir joined the University of Illinois choir in a joint spring concert on campus. Now in its tenth year of development, the Clar- inet Choir has grown to 25 members with approx- imately 65 percent of the members as non-music majors. The Brass Choir, composed of 14 members, is in its fourth year of development. Nearly all the Brass members are music majors. Both groups are highly selected and are comprised of the top brass and clarinet players on campus. By playing in smaller ensembles, it helps to develop the individual performer. Each choir is yet another medium of musical expression with a dif- ferent sound than a band or symphony orchestra. Under the direction of Dr. Richard Weerts and Dr. Harold Copenhaver, the Clarinet and Brass Choirs have performed on television and radio. 119 Row 1 : Jerry Ozipko. concertmaster; Cheri Black, Bonnie Wolverton, Barbara Martin. Lynne Wolfe, Elizabeth Topper, Helen Fitzsimmons, Robert Mason. Row 2: Linda Overton, Jack Ranney, Janet George, Frederic Kirchberger, Terry Wehrman, Nancy Bulick, Janet Simmons, Mary Beth Fleming. Sherry Wells, Elna Beth Jones, Faye Roberts, Stanley Kolkmeier, Dorothy Richardson. Marcia Lushbaugh. Row 3: Jerry Ozipko rehearsing on the violin, graduate assistant. 120 Mary Stevenson, Dave Evans, Marvis Rinehart. Lynna Rusch Mower. Row 4: Robert Soule, John Malvin, Elizabeth Payton, Robert Ault, Mike Farnsworth, Eileen Keegan, Roger Cody, Ray Hazelrigg, Linda Kueny, Cheryl Simmons Miller, Steve Miller. Standing: William Fitzsimmons, conductor; Robert Simiele, Terry Loose, and John Schwarz. Tchaikovsky ' s Works Presented By Orchestra Concerts and programs were performed by the College Symphony Orchestra for students and facul- ty throughout the year. Constituting the fall program was " Symphony No. 5 (The New World) " by Anton Dvorak, " The Overture to the School for Scandal " by Samuel Bar- ber, and the first movement of the Tchaikovsky " Violin Concerto, " played by Jerry Ozipko. Featuring soloists Jeff Piper, John Malvin, Sherry Wells, Mike Farnsworth, Dave Evans, Marvis Rinehart, Cheri Black, Janet Simmons, Carolyn Mack, Jerry Ozipko, Lynna Mower, Sally Mueller, and Barbara Brown in works by Boch. Vivaldi, Mo- zart, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Cilea, and Puc- cini made up the Annual Concerto Concert. During the spring quarter the orchestra pre- sented an alumnus, Jack Ranny, playing the Saint- Saens " Introduction and Rondo Cappriccioso " for violin and orchestra, and the Concerto Grosso No. 1, by Ernest Block. Under the direction of William Fitzsimmons, the Orchestra assisted in the production of the opera " Die Fledermaus, " by Richard Strauss and perform- ed The Messiah by Handel during Christmas. 121 Row 1 : Barbara Martin, Joyce Gilkerson, Judy Harrison, Linda Clair, Linda Wilhoit and Mrs. Claudine Terry, director. Row 2: Linda Lauer, Lynn Barrier, Janice Brammer, Ruth Gabel. Mary Elementary Chorus Makes Appearance Throughout the year members of the Element- ary Majors Chorus strived to learn more about music and music techniques on the elementary level. The chorus made several personal appearances Olah, Patricia Bates, Sydne Kuhler and Joy Adam. Row 3: Susan Klump, Marilyn Lampton, Nancy Bothe, Meoma Thompson, Janet Wulf, Sandra Potosky, Peg Mittler and Denna Swan. during the year including the Annual Faculty-Stu- dent Christmas tea. Developing choral techniques, increasing sight reading ability and providing repertoire appropriate for elementary schools and college women ' s groups were the primary aims of the Elementary Majors Chorus for the past year. Application and hard work by the members gained them a great deal of practi- cal experience which they will find useful in their futures as elementary majors. Under the direction of Mrs. Claudine Terry, the Elementary Majors Chorus practices for one of several public appearances that they make throughout the year. 122 Practicing methods of charting occupy part of the time of these student nurses. Student Nurses Aid Community Projects Working in the nurseries of the Methodist and Assembly of God Churches; providing help and as- sistance to the Bloodmobile were service projects participated in by the Student Nurses Association. Several members toured hospitals and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Jo Nell Tucker repre- sented the local association at the State " Student Nurse of the Year " contest in Jefferson City. Business meetings were highlighted by various speakers and informative movies. Row 1: Janet Zenta, 1st vice-president; Dennis Steele, treas.; Carolene Anderson, 2nd vice-pres.; Mary Benson, rec. secy.; Sandra Batham, corr. secy.; and Evelyn Ball, historian. Row 2: Janet Vincent, Gaye Quaranto, Shailene Henkle, Kama Kruckenberg, Cheryl Morrell, Andrea Smith, Carolyn Mathis, Joneane Smith, Linda Davis, Roberta Shreffler, Alice McEwen and Naomi Spinelli. Row 3: Gail Haning- ton.Rita Cottom, Jean Carter, Loretta Cole, Peggy Martin. Joyce Ingram, Linda Odell, Nettie McCoy and Lola McCoy. Row 4; Patricia Burch, Phyllis Adrian. Virginia Kirk, Carol Eitel, Pat Fridley. Mary Wells, Wilma Hume, Ann Begeman, Mary Tophinke and Debby Graff. Row 5: Janet Sagaser. Karen Shreffler, Annalee Sullivan. Betty Wallingford, Cheryl Skow, Sherry Berteslsen, Rae Reece and Sherry Calvert. 123 Psychologists in Second Year Beginning its second year on campus, the Psy- chology club initiated, promoted, facilitated and sup- plemented an integrated working knowledge and un- derstanding of some of the principles of the interre- lated fields of psychology. Field trips and guest speakers as well as individ- ual member presentations were main activities of the club. Psychology club aims during the year were to foster the clarification and exchange of ideas and cre- ativity of its members and offer fellowship to those having a professional, intellectual interest in psy- chology. James Preston, member of psychology department, speaks to club members at one of the monthly meetings. Row 1: Don Shirkey. co-chairman: David Murray, co-chairman; Rachel Lindroth. secretary: Linda Boland, historian-recorder; Bar- bara Faust, Diane Buxman, Joan Broughton. and David Swenson. sponsor. Row 2: David Willets, Charles Horstmeier, Robert H. Stif- fey. Loren Klahs. John Shanks. James Fugate, Phil Hankammer. 124 Row 1: Larry D. Dorrell, co-chairman; Mitchell D. Luckett, co- chairman; Carol A. Weir, June Helton, Elizabeth Goeke, Janet Noaleen Motter, Billye Ann Clongh. Linda Hackmann, and Henry Smits, sponsor. Row 2: John Trompler, Bob Cecil, Rob Jackson, Jim Cook, Richard Harper, Don Shirkey. Claude Miller Wilson, Randall Hill, Dennis Steele, Del Oliver, Shirley Watson, Mark White- side, and Paul Tracy. Lockett Heads Philosophy Club Discussions ranging from religion to the moral code of today ' s youth were presented by members of the Philosophy club during the year. Mitch Luckett, chairman, led the group in its second year on campus. Henry Smits, Social Science, was faculty advisor. The purpose of the Philosophy club is to bring together views of different disciplines to dis- cover differences and similarities. The program- ming was designed to encourage membership from many students in diversified fields. Carol Weir, member of the Philosophy club, speaks to the students on her philosophical views. 125 Row 1: Jan Galey, pres.; Robert Moore, vice pres.; Jack Johnston. Glenn Fast. Patricia Dominacki, Carol McDaniel, Cynthia Suter, Karladine Thurman. Larry Dorrell. Row 2: Danny Dorsey, Jim Pre-Law Club Works With Bar Association Each quarter the Pre-Law club brought several notable speakers in diverse fields of law to the campus. Those fields represented this year were: juvenile delinquency, criminal, cor- porate, international, penology, criminal etio- logy, and the court system. Members also at- tended judicial trials in Adair County. Providing an opportunity for the Pre-Law club to work with the Bar Association was the annual banquet to commorate National Law Day. The banquet culminated a successful year. Sponsored by Clyde Burch, faculty mem- ber and College attorney, the club completed its second year as a chartered campus organi- zation. " To provide prospective attorneys and other interested students of the College with an organization through which they can ac- quire knowledge pertinent to the law and or the preparation and subsequent practice of the legal profession " is the purpose of the organi- zation. Cook, Roger Moore, Glenn Edmondson, Gerald Hamilton, Gary Hollenberg. Randall Hill, Stephen Sanfilippo. Dennis Brayton, Jerry Northcutt, Steve Hilkowitz, Bill Hays, Ric Constance. Steve Willcox and Randy Hill were two pre-law members com- peting in the College Campus Bowl. 126 Pre-Osteopathic students view and study skull and skeleton bones preparing themselves for study possibly at K.C.O.S. Guest lecturers often present valuable information to these future doctors. Medicine Developments Interests Pre-Osteopaths Human anatomy demonstrat ions at the Kirks- ville College of Osteopathy and Surgery, lectures by visiting professional men and a series of movies were among the activities of the Pre-Osteopathic Club. Informing members about any new develop- Row 1: Mike Ritze, John Sparks, Paul Thompson, Jr., David Fox, John Kauzlarich. Row 2: Robert Lee Jackson, pres.; Robert Luker, vice pres.; Nancy Lank, secy-treas.; Jennie Guffey. corresponding secy.; Bill Kirmes. Jim Waggener. David Bean, Paul Maas. Ted Cox. ments in the field of medicine and distributing free of charge The D. O., a magazine for osteopathic physicians, were also functions performed by the Club. Social programs of the Club included the fall and spring picnics and the annual Christmas ban- quet. Several members were engaged in activities sponsored by the fraternities at K.C.O.S. Providing new ways to prepare its members for their responsibilities as potential physicians is the primary purpose of this Club. Jesse Howard, Jr., John Black, sponsor. Row 3: James Shanks. John Eller, James DeYarman, Harold Ornes, Dennis Brennan, Lynn Zechman, Gary Lease, John Kirkowski, Michael Vranich, Rod Lentz, George Drake, David Todd, Earl Miller, Stephen Holt. 127 Row 1: Susan Cattle, president; Jeanne Dwyer, vice president; Linda O ' Neal, secretary; Nancy Lammert, treasurer; Susie Myers, historian; Julann Stickney, Evelyn Clarke, Mary Margaret Estes, sponsor. Row 2: Vicki Patryla, Marjorie Bailey. Jane Decke, Nancy Sloggett. Beth Thurman, Carolyn Slofkosky, Dorothy Almond, Pat Wise, Deitra Rouse, Karen Seroka, Mary Ann Robertson. Row 3: Gail Bahaglia, Donna Battaglia, Julia Hutchinson, Elizabeth Fedak, Pamela Dwyer, Diane McDermott, Sandy Dwyer. Anne Jerome, Marsha Sommers, Barbara Haskins, Sheri Povendo, Carla Harlow, Debby Dunn, Susie Billups. Maxine Broxey. Row 4: Ruth Ann Conlee, Linda Hartley, Jeanne Barta, Margie Waters, Claire Glover, Lois Sangster, Jane Paisley, Jeanne Dutemple, Fran Caldwell, Dianne Mottet, Linda Ward, Beverly Rubey, Celeste Knierim, Billie Norman, Nancy Clif- ton, Judy Niemeyer. Row 5: Derry Jones, Deborah Brammer, Reeta Utley. Deborah St. Clair, Suzanne Stroker, Marcia Elliott, Carol Oshner, Judy Twillman, Jean Wehmeyer, Mary McClintock, Judith Galkowski, Patty Good, Lois Toedebusch, Marcia Mossbarger, Lois Neighbors, Sherry Fletcher, Martha Meek. Campus Projects Keeps PEM Club Active Physical Education Majors Club began their activities program for the year by attending a dem- onstration lecture at Kirksville College of Oste- opathy. Throughout the year, P.E.M. remained active with special campus projects which included dis- cussions of company opportunities and experience films in the field of physical education, the annual Christmas party and chili supper; also several out- standing guest lecturers on physical fitness and other vital topics such as " Mental Retardation: Implica- tions in Physical Education " and " Comparison of Two Levels in Physical Education: Secondary and Elementary. " Activities for the year came to a close for P.E.M. Club with the election of new officers for the coming year and the announcement of the re- cipient of the Sheryl Fullerton Grim Memorial scholarship. PEM club members sample refreshments at their annual Christmas party in Pershing Arena. Par- ticipation in volleyball games highlighted the evening ' s activities. f k . . Jwr s H ' ■ ■ ' v» 5 ■T ■ v ' 5 ' »i - iH 128 Extramural Teams Play Area Colleges Several Sports Days were arranged by members of the Women ' s Recreation Association throughout the past year. One of the highlights was the invita- tion of basketball teams from Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri by the WRA to participate in their annual basketball sports day. WRA sponsored the extramural teams which played several teams from other colleges in the area. These events included field hockey, which compiled a 4-0 record, and basketball and softball teams. Also held this year was an orientation picnic and a Christmas party; climaxing the year was the spring banquet, at which time awards were present- ed to intramural winners and new officers were in- stalled. Goals of the WRA are to provide an oppor- tunity for all women students of the College to par- ticipate in variety of sports, dance and recreational activities. WRA member aims for the bulls eye during one of many club sponsored Sports Days. Row 1: Julann Stickney, president; Beverly Rubey, vice president; Patty Good, secretary; Elizabeth Fedak, treasurer; Deborah St. Clair, historian; Nancy Lammert, Fran McCormick, Jeanne Dwyer, Donna Smith, Martha Spath, sponsor. Row 2: Gail Battaglia, Donna Bat- taglia, Marjorie Bailey, Julia Hutchinson, Debby Dunn, Sheri Po- vendo, Carla Harlow, Susie Billups, Pam Edwards, Margie Waters, Susan Williams, Mary Ann Robertson, Pat Wise, Deitra Rouse, Karen Seroka. Vicki Patryla, Ma.xine Broxey. Row 3: Pam Norman, Mary Lou Behring, Jeanne Barta, Marsha Sommers, Celeste Knierim. Anne Jerome, Joyce Klein, Carolyn Slofkosky, Beth Thurman, Nancy Clifton, Billie Norman, Evelyn Clarke, Lois Neighbors, Barbara Haskins. Sandy Dwyer, Ruth Ann Conlee, Deborah Brammer, Susie Myers, Kathy Ifland, Linda Hartley. Row 4: Linda Ward, Nancy Sloggett, Pamela Mestemacher, Derry Jones, Susan Cattle, Lois Sangster, Nancy Tague, Dianne Moltet, Jane Paisley, Judith Gal- kowski, Betty Lugering, Shirley Poertner, Roberta Jesse. Diane Mc- Dermott, Martha Meek, Sharlene Henkle. Pamela Dwyer, Judy Nie- meyer, Pauline Carter. Row 5: Reeta Utley, Suzanne Stroker. Marcia Elliott, Gloria Tedrow, Norma Hartley, Carol Oshner, Lorraine Weede, Cathy Brennecke, Judy Twillman, Linda O ' Neal, Mary Jo McClintock, Jean Wehmeyer. Janette Stoffa, Michele Brodeen, Ann Begeman, Lois Toedebusch, Nancy Slemmons, Hope Rooker, Kath- ryn Pirnat, Jeanne Dutemple, Susan Stephenson. 129 Row 1: Judy Twillman, president; Teri Shandrew, vice president; Jeanne Taylor, secretary; Derry Jones, treasurer; Karen Schneider, historian: Lynda Hutcherson, captain; Sheri Povendo, captain. Row 2: Karen Seroka, Karen Thomas, Jan Seals, Nancy Copenhaver, Judy Randolph, Marcia Mossbarger, Ronda Judd, Debby Dunn. New Outfits Clad K-Dette Marchers Lively dance routines and snappy precision marches provided a prodigious amount of entertain- ment for spectators during halftime shows at various athletic contests during the year. Homecoming parade brought the K-Dettes out for their first appearance. As the Bulldog basketball team took to the hardwood, so did the K-Dettes as they presented their first indoor routine at halftime of the initial basketball contest. Several more ap- pearances by the all-girl drill group were made throughout the basketball season. New uniforms were acquired for the K-Dettes with the help of Dean Boucher, the Student Council and the Athletic department. Under the sponsorship of Al Srnka, with stu- dent direction from Sheri Povendo and Lynda Hutcherson, the K-Dettes practiced several hours a week. K-Dettes chorus line " show-off " for basketball half-time entertainment in Pershing Arena with their kicking routine. 130 K-Club Promotes Complete Overhaul Northeast Missouri State College Varsity club was the new name bestowed upon the campus let- terman ' s organization formally known as K-Club. Under the direction of Steve Garrett, President, the organization experienced a complete overhaul that has greatly enhanced the club allowing it to rank as equal to any other in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Not only was the name new, but there was also a new emblem decided upon that will begin to appear next fall. Instead of the " K " there will be an " M " with NE and STATE appearing on it. Men of Varsity club have moved into a role of upholding the Bulldog spirit, both on and off the athletic field as shown in the many areas of aca- demics and activities that they participate in. Among these were dances held after the basketball games, and they also sponsored the large all-sports banner displayed on the east wall of Pershing Arena. To provide funds for the R. E. Valentine Memorial Scholarship, Varsity club held their annual candy sale. Steve Garrett and Dave Romberg, past and present recipients respectively of the R. E. Valentine Scholarship, compare notes. Row 1: Steve Garrett, president; Jerry Meyer, vice president; Ken Clow, treasurer; Ron Sterchi, corresponding secretary; Mike Mc- Pheron, recording secretary; Mark Hayes, sergeant-at-arms. Row 2: Richard Stallings, Mark Leslie. Ken Libby, Jerry Lybarger, Mike Dolan, Larry Hammerbacher, Mike Brake. Bill Hess, Mel McKie, Kurt Marin. Iloyd Wiese, David Romberg, Jeffery Marker. Row 3: Gary Watts, Bob Miller, Keith Allen. Luke Hotte. Ken Bebermeyer, Larry Crooks. Pete Cirrintano, John Suell, Dave Niemeyer, Frank J. Wagner, Mike Delehaunty. Gary Derby, Mike Gilbert, Dean Schulenberg. Row 4: Garry Boyd, Ron Belew, John Bringer, George Armstrong. Ken Parker, Ron Lillquist. Paul Ozug, Dan O ' Connell, Terry Weis, Tom Logan, Rick Morgan. Claude M. Wilson, Phil Wormsley. Ron Selkirk, Jim Arico. ft ft ■ © r: g f g n m £J 1 If i 1 ' 3L 3 7 J ' F «l l v w rtftxm m « " f K ftrtl ! M 1 1 ¥f«U 1 X? 1 3 r!| EMi J l J BUgH f.. c;.» 131 Row 1: Kenneth Wells, president; Fontaine Piper, secretary; Keith Allen, treasurer; Garry Dunn, councilman; Frank Petersen, Mel McKie, Larry Boleach, advisor. Row 2: Douglas McLaughlin, Gary Ireland, Ronnie Hopson, John Bringer, Melvin Kelly, John Szofran, Steve Garrett, Lynn Morrell. Ken Wells, president, presents George Hartje with a check to be used for microfilming of P.E. materials. Men ' s Phys. Ed. Club Acquires Microfilm As a service to the school, the Men ' s Physical Education Club has purchased, on microfilm, the past ten years of the periodical, " Scholastic Coach. " This microfilm was placed in Pickler Memorial Li- brary for the use of the entire school. In its second year of operation, the club con- tinues to provide service to the campus. The club has assisted in pre-registration activities, and has also assisted in collecting tickets at the football and basketball games. Service to the College and the development of professionalism, leadership, and scholarship in phys- ical education is the primary function of the Men ' s Physical Education Club. 132 Will Selser, student, presents a program of scientific interest at a Sigma Zeta meeting. Science Programs on Sigma Zeta Agenda Major activities of Sigma Zeta were monthly meetings with program presentations in various fields of scientific interest. The year ' s activities end- ed with the annual spring banquet given in honor of the newly initiated members. Delta Chapter of Sigma Zeta is the national honorary science and math society on campus. Ac- tive membership is open to junior and senior science or math majors who have maintained a high honor point ratio. Associate membership is extended to freshmen and sopohmore students who have the po- tential of attaining active membership requirements. Objectives of the organization are to encourage continuing advancements in the fields of science and mathematics, to promote and recognize scholastic achievement, and to foster friendly social activities. Row 1: Phyllis Bishop, president; Lance Wessling, vice president; Dale Mason, secretary; John Behle, treasurer; Joseph Yager, Robert Peavler, Eugene Smith, sponsor. Row 2: Robert Lee Jackson, Will Selser, David Bondurant. Kerry Coin. % « + »h 133 Row 1: Bill Reed, president; Gary Bowers, vice president; Wayne Dillinger, treasurer; Anthony Giordano, Jr., secretary; John Eggle- ston. sergeant-at-arms; Alfred Maxfield, reporter; Duane Cole, spon- sor. Row 2: Kendell Sevits, Keumas Ahdieh, Ben March, John Fry, Ray Cook, Larry Pullins, Charles Garris, B. J. Bonta. Steven Lowen- berg, Richard Floyd, Richard Pulse, Robert Michael, Terry Smith. Row 3: Gary Reneker, Dean Tipton, David Gilman, Ken Dudley, Don Lay, Earnest Webber, Carol Stone, Larry Johnson, Robert Mon- teith, Kenneth Wilson, David Moore, Ned Newkirk. Charles Clag- gett, Cameron Foerster. Row 4: Rich Cooper, Vance Myers, Ron Frenzen, Dave Lademann, George NefF. John Starr, Bernie Loft. William Russell, Paul Craig, Barry Cole, Kevin Woods, Frank Lay- land, James Maddex, Danny Griesbaum. Industrial Arts club members meet regularly for business and special program sessions. LA. Club Receives First Place Trophy Highlighting the year ' s activities for the In- dustrial Arts club was winning the first place tro- phy in the mechanical division of the Homecom- ing parade. This trophy has been awarded to the club for the past several years. Planned trips to industrial sites and fund- raising programs expressed the earnest willing- ness of each member to fulfill his part in the or- ganization. Ideas are pooled yearly for constructive de- velopment of the Industrial Arts Division. The main objective of the club is to create interest in the field of Industrial Arts for its majors and minors. It is classified as a professional and social organization which has completed 28 years on the College campus. There were fifty-seven members in the club this past year; each had to have a minimum of 2.5 in his major field of study and a 2.2 overall honor point ratio to qualify as a member. 134 Several of the Agriculture club ' s 40 new members undergo the trying circumstances of initiation. Agriculture Club Assists in Contests During the year, the Agriculture club toured the United States Dept. of Agriculture Experi- ment Station near Peoria and the Caterpillar, Red Brand Fence Company, and the Purina Research Laboratories in St. Louis. Other facilities which are involved in the utilization of small grains were also toured. Miss Brenda Chancellor, freshman from Rutledge, Missouri, was sponsored as the club ' s candidate for the American Royal. Assistance was provided in the judging of the district F.F.A. contests for the Northeast Mis- souri high schools. Qualified contestants went on to state competition. In November, 40 new initiates were wel- comed into the club, thus raising the active mem- bership to 65. Terminating the year was the annual picnic at Thousand Hills State Park honoring graduat- ing seniors. The Agriculture club is a professional-social organization dedicated to the purpose of increas- ing interest in various fields of agriculture. Row 1: Tom Jesaites, president; Randall Lary, vice president; Judy Brown, secretary; Terry Little, treasurer; Tony Yates, reporter; Phil- lip Stryker, sponsor. Row 2: Steve Triplett. Jerry Hayes, Kenny Mollet, Alan Rutherford, Randall Sowka, Wayne Rodgers. Bruce Moore. Rayburn Snell, Jerry Quigley. Ron Lary, Lawrence Clark. Row 3: Luke Hotte, Stephen Tudeen. Dale Wilburn. Jim O ' Hair, Robert Wendt. Richard Rutherford, Sam Urfer, Philip Ogle. Donald Burrus, Stan Boyd. Row 4: Darioush Afshar, Stanley Casady, Steve Whipple, Jim Gingrich, Ernest Thompson, Ruel Way, Jr., Doug Peterson, Kriss McLain, Kerry Conrad, Dwight Hyle, Gary Peterson, Greg James. Row 5: Allen Wilson, Paul Triplett, Glen Black, Adam Marshall. Jr.. Harry Christofferson, Micky Martin, Alan Petefish, John Slaton, Danny Walker, Rande Bryan, Larry O ' Bryan, Bob Hrstka. n m © c a i err VJ!U «% fl» u I 135 fi — i 1 ) Q 5 jljul n n r i : . : 3 : . Hk | , AH ' iliJHf- 1 to«m A 1 - W ML t ■ I • - « 4 " i i Inwrnfiiiii ' Thiifiitiiniffiiiir iii iii • Row 1: Ronald A. Giltner, president; Paul B. McCray, vice-president; Paul V. Tracy treasurer; H. Dean Cleveland. Sam Ross, Richard M. Mantione. Lynn E. Morrell, Larry D. Dorrell, Will L. Selser, sponsor. Row 2: James R. Cody, Mike Stiffey. Fred Kingsolver, Dan Hen- nessy, Dennis Clermont. Mike Conner, Larry Crooks, Frank Sims, Nick Romanetz. Dave Stauffer. Prior to a football game. Vet club members raise the flag. Vets Raise Colors; Serve Area, Campus Members of the Ronald K. Cullers Mem- orial Veterans club entertained underprivileged children of the Kirksville area at their annual Christmas party. Providing holiday spirit and gifts highlighted the Yuletide gathering. With representatives from all branches of the Armed Forces, the Veterans club provided the campus with assistance during Homecom- ing and at registration. The Vets also proudly raised the Colors prior to all College football games. Six members of the College group are vets of the Viet Nam conflict. The Vets club was established in Novem- ber of 1966 and was designated Ronald K. Cullers Memorial Veterans club in honor of the first graduate of the College to be killed in the southeast Asia war. 136 Pointing out the 4-H ' s and discussing their meaning began the 4-H year. Collegiate 4-H Club Increases Membership Call Out Night for the Collegiate 4-H Club ac- quired many new members for the organization. Speakers, including an International Farm Youth Ex- change member, spoke at their monthly meetings. One of their service projects was to help clean up the campus. The club enjoyed Christmas caroling during the holiday season. Founded last spring quarter, the 4-H club is a service and social organization for the college and the surrounding community. Phillip Stryker and Miss Charlotte Revelle are advisors for the club. Row 1 : Edward Schieffer, president; Larry Dale Jones, vice-pres- ident; Peggy Martin, secretary; Kathel Addleman, treasurer; Phillip Stryker, Faculty sponsor. Row 2: Barbara Poore, song leader; Janice Myers, Paulette Garr, Edith Dawson, Louise Swain, Shirley Barnett, Ann Sanderson. Mary Beebout. Row 3: Diana Newquist, Judy Brown. Paulette Walker, Ronald Baker, Nancy Bothe. Anthony Yates. Sam Urfer, Rayburn Snell, Shirley Watson. Kathy Wagner, Kay Gonner- man, 137 v ci fli ft rr flV (£V ot ♦ w ' , TV » r , • ■B t MiA Ail ■ 1 " . ' At m IIUEJ I Hi J ' If It 1 1 J J 1 1 fr r I Row 1: Gary Hollenberg, pres.; Robert Moore, vice pres.; Steve Rose, treas.; Robert Jackson, reporter; Mary Higgins, Connie Ellis, Pam Hepworth, Ronda Judd, Stephanie Polhans, Brenda Berry, Sandi Pieper , Phyllis Sargent, Carla Jackson. Kay Head. Row 2: John Langhammer, Jean Sojka, Kathy Perdue. Janet Neill, Jane Watkins, Shirley Benedict, Kocoa Wilp, Marie Gladbach, Janice Bennett, Jean Bagby, Patricia Parks, Pam LaFrenz, Sherry Bertelsen. Row 3: David Cannon, Nancy Tague, Ellen Swartzendruber, Cheryl Jones, Stephen Sanfilippo, Larry Dorrell. John Tarbet, Patrick Moylan, James Gantt, Rick Elkin, Ray Taylor. Bill Hays, Janet Ell. Row 4: Jim Cook, Larry Scott, Roger Moore, Terry Wehrman, Ed Schieffer, Harry Collett, Gary Chidester, Edward Olderich. Ill, Ray McBee. Larry Gliem, Steve Willcox. Dennis Brayton. Alan Bowling. Governor Warren Hearnes and Judge Bruce Normile converse and share views at a Democratic banquet held in the Georgian Room. Young Demos Busy During Election Year With 1968 being an election year, the Young Democrats got an early start on their campaign. Debates, guest speakers, who gave their inter- pretations and views on the national political scene, and a general discussion of politics were the points for center of attention. Chartered in 1960, the Young Democrats club was the first chartered political organization on the College campus for the advancement of a national party organization ' s welfare. National affiliation was carried out by providing assistance with the local headquarters during the national campaign. 138 At a monthly meeting Young Republicans listen to guest speaker Vance Frick, prosecuting attorney for Adair County. Young Republicans Celebrate Victory " An Introduction to Politics " was the theme of the campus Young Republicans during this school year. Under the direction of President Steve Hilkowitz, the YR ' s participated in area rallies, discussions, and debates throughout the year. With 1968 an election year, the YR ' s took the lead in introducing the student to the field of politics by scheduling guest speakers and attending area con- ferences and coffees, meeting several state-wide candi- dates including Larry Roos and Jack Danforth. " Victory in ' 68 " the Republican campaign theme was celebrated with a YR party on election night. YR ' s participated in the college " Politics 68 " debate and received state wide publicity for their efforts throughout the year. With a continued program of guest speakers following the elections, the YR ' s gained a better insight to the profession of politics. Row 1: Steve Hilkowitz. pres.; Jerry Northcutt. vice pres.; Judy Stroeber, secy.; Jeffery Marker, publicity; Ron Bagley, sponsor. Row 2: Sandy Kirtley. Susan Koch, Sherrie Walker, Patti Steiner, Mary Teel, Janna Itschner, Sydne Kuhler, Debbie Weaver, Francine Fye, Judy Stephan. Row 3: Kent Hurshbarger. Janice Brammer. Emily Hinshaw. Glenda Lauer, Joan Binder, Judy Randolph, Carolyn Riley, Debbie Augspurger, Dee Anne Kuhler. Mary Binder, Criss Armgard. Row 4: Roger Frowein. Richard Brobst, Richard Harrison, Gary Peterson, Rodney Powell. Charles Metternich, Glenn Fast, Dean Cleveland, Michael McChesney, James Bowdish, Steve Triplett. Row 5: Phillip Faris, Glen Edmondson. Gerald Hamilton, Jack Robinson, Loren Klahs, Erwin Neighbors, Art James, Roy Swain, George Betz, Gary Chidester, Larry Jones. Harold Ornes. 139 Dr. John C. Jrox, director of the Baptist Student Center, contemplated the possibility of relocation of the BSU, which has served the college community for eleven years. BSU Choir Performs On Bi-State Tour " Great Pumpkin Protests Bears " was the theme of the homecoming decorations for the Baptist Stu- dent Center with a 15 foot papier-mache pumpkin covering the entrance. Composed of volunteer students interested in singing, the Baptist Student Union Choir placed emphasis on a folk musical entitled " Good News " performing short tours throughout Missouri and Iowa. The 35 voice choir was directed by Mickey Green and accompanied by Barbara Martin. One of the bi-weekly vesper services included a well at- tended LSD movies. In early December the BSU held a used book fair where students traded books they no longer needed for those they did. A Franklin and Brown Negro History Club art display was exhibited during winter quarter. Officers Jan Culbertson, Diana Newquist and Pauletta Garr, of the Young Women ' s Auxiliary planned the spaghetti supper, sweetheart banquet, bunking party and caroling activity. BSU functions in and through the local church but centers its planning and leadership in an Ex- executive Council on the campus. This is a youth organization of Baptists in higher institutions of learning. 140 During Homecoming the BSU decorated and enclosed its entrance with a large 15 foot papier- mache pumpkin with the theme " Great Pumpkin Prot ects Bears. " Row 1: Loren Hutchinson, president; Larry Dale Jones, vice pres- ident; Mickey Green, director; Diana Newquist, secretary; Barbara Poore, treasurer; Linda Montgomery, social chairman; Daisy Garr, devotional chairman; Barbara Martin, accompanist; Dr. John C. Fox, sponsor. Row 2: Nita Starbuck, Jennie Guffey, Kathy Lehnloff, Jennifer Reed, Jerilyn Keim. Charlotte Mayer, Judy Brown, Pauletta Garr, Brenda Smith. Row 3: Elaine Suter, Linda Wyatt, Virginia A. Burk, Linda Shoush, Ruth Mills. Maria Bond, Sherry Bertelsen, Peg Mittler, Carol Crouch, Abigail Arthaud, Jean Fox. Row 4; Janice Culbertson, Denna Swan, Linda Maxwell, Ric Constance, Bob Robinson, David M. Moore, Roger L. Cain, David M. Tanner, Ron Evans, Phil Hankammer, Louise Swain, Donald Cantrell. Row 5: Ed Dowell, Jim Miers, David Montgomery, Donald Dixon, Danny Wilford, Dennis Clermont. Jerry Willis, Robert Wennekamp, Kerwin Rohr, Richard Cottrell, Roy L. Swain. mmmmamBmtm 141 Providing a place to promote Christian knowledge is the Faith Lutheran Church. Gamma Delta Offers Services, Knowledge Guided by a pastor, faculty sponsors, and officers, the members of Gamma Delta completed successfully a wide span of activities which included two church services, a fellowship dinner, a Christmas party for the International students, an initiation banquet for the new members, various discussion groups, the win- ter conference in Carbondale, 111., and a real " hill- billy hoedown " for the fall retreat in Fayetteville, Ark. Making a bookcase for the Gamma Delta room in the basement of Faith Lutheran Church at Balti- more and LaHarpe Streets and revising the chapter constitution were other accomplishments of the Delta Xi Chapter. Gamma Delta is an international organization of Lutheran college and university students which pro- moted Christian knowledge and services to the church, community, and school. Row 1: Mary Benson, pres.; Vernon Jackson, 1st vice pres.; David Romberg, 2nd vice pres.; Jerry Northcutt, secy.; Bruce Hoehne, treas.; Mrs. M. J. Kohlenberg, sponsor; G. C. Kohlenberg, sponsor. Row 2: Donald Erikstrup. Patricia Tesdall, Jo Ann George, Richard Brimer. Julie Lademann, Dave Lademann. Michele Brodeen, Beverly Dahms, Nancy Edwards, Paul Tracy, Mark Appold, pastor. 142 Row 1: Margaret Eager, pres.; Marilyn Luers, vice pres.; Phyllis Moehle, secy.; Mary Beebout. treas.; Gayle Houf, Ruth Angel, Dixie Clinkenbeard, Kay Gonnerman, Cathy Barker, Dick Todd, director. Row 2: Adell Newson, Vicki Patryla. Judy Switzer, Suzanne Stroker, Janice Fridley, John Eller, James Kirks, Marilyn Eager, Shirley Watson, Laura Curry, Nolan Schwada, Barbara Faust, Mary Morris. Monica Cunningham, Helen Finley. Wesleyans nunc into new facilities New Center Acquired For Wesley Foundation Wesley Foundation, the Methodist unit of the United Campus Ministry, seeks to develop and in- clude religious growth within college life. Acquiring a new building this year, it is equipped to render serv- ice for meetings, study, cooking, and fellowship. The group, under the direction of Rev. Dick Todd, is striv- ing to utilize this new center for the benefit of the total college campus. Programs for the Wesley Foundation ranged from impromptu gatherings to Sunday evening speakers. The speaker ' s topics varied as did service projects and social functions carried out for those inside and out- side the campus community. Some of this year ' s social activities included the Get-Acquainted Picnic, a hay- ride, the International Banquet, Christmas caroling, and the annual Pancake Day. 143 Seated: Larry Dorrell, president; Joyce Pickering, secretary; Willa Cragen, treasurer; Linda Couchman, historian; and Dr. David March, sponsor. Row I : Dr. Ruth W. Towne, Jane Helton, JoAnne DeLashmutt, Wanda Homesley, Bobbie Johnson, Bonnie Funk, Beverly Seibert, Linda McCoy, Shirley Irwin. Row 2: Joseph Ku, Dr. Meredith Eller, George Bute, David Swenson, Roy Swain, Donald Hamm, Walter H. Ryle IV, Arnold Zuckerman, William H. Kitts, Dr. Gilbert Kohlenberg, and Dr. Robert Schnucker. Dr. Homer Knight, National President of Phi Alpha Theta, addresses the installation banquet of Nu Chi Chapter on the campus. History Honor Society Stresses High Grades Nu Chi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, na- tional honor society in History, was installed at the College May 11, 1968, by Dr. Homer L. Knight, national president of Phi Alpha Theta. Membership requirements are 12 hours of history with at least a 3.1 honor point ratio and a 3.0 honor point ratio in two-thirds of the re- maining classes with a 2.86 over-all average. 144 Radio Club Members Assist At Homecoming During its second year, members of the Student Amateur Radio Club displayed their ability in com- munication by helping the Blue Key in its operations of Homecoming. In addition, a radio theory class was offered to the student body, and several radio licenses were obtained. Radio transmitting and receiving equipment and training aids were made available to members. Ama- teur radio station WAOQWW continued to communi- cate with numerous stations around the world as well as various stations across the continental United States from the Club ' s radio room in Kirk Building. The Radio Club first received its charter in 1967. Row 1: David Bondurant, pres.; Larry Pullins, Dr. Robert Peavler, sponsor. Row 2: David Schneider, Joseph Yager. 145 David Romberg, chairman; Kathy Dietz. Rita Brown, Jo Goldman. Sharon Precht, Cindy Irwin, Carla Jackson, Dean Rita Gramann. Row 2: Jerry Northcutt. Ron Rowland, Jeffery Marker, Mark Morrow, Paul Wagner. SS Committee Sponsors Campus Social Events Responsible for the scheduling and publi- cizing of the various social events held on cam- pus during the school year was the Student Social Committee. The committee was directly respon- sible to the Student Council and was under the direction of Council vice-president, Dave Rom- berg. Some of the events held on campus this past year by the Student Social Committee were The Happenings ' concert, Homecoming Dance, Echo Dance, and several after-game dances. In addi- tion, the committee worked on several projects for an improved program for next year. 146 ,f Q, i lttit Kathy Wagner Linda Wilhoit Cheryl Wilson Mary Evelyn Thurman, sponsor Karladine Thurman, president Kathy Brennecke, vice president Pat Wadlin. secretary Marjorie Waters, treasurer Nancy Bell Nancy Bevins Edith Dawson Amy Engle Bonita Evans Donna Haage Kathy Howd Kathy Ifland Linda Jett Carol Jording Mary Beth Justice Jerily Keim Nancy Lammert Marilyn Lampton Sharon Joyce Lang Pensie Leathers Nancy Lewis Teri Shandrew Michelle Small Judy Stanish Judy Stroeber Patti Steiner Beth Thurman Twirlers pose for picture at Christmas party. Beta Tau Delta Links Twirling With Living Initiation for new members into Beta Tau Delta and Beta Tau Alpha was held this year in conjunction with the annual Christmas party. Beta Tau Delta sorority and Beta Tau Alpha fraternity, a national educational college co-or- ganization for baton twirlers and drum majors, was under the leadership of Karladine Thurman, president. Mary Evelyn Thurman, instructor in baton twirling, again served the organization as sponsor. Local chapters were founded in 1959 on the College campus by Miss Thurman under the guidance of Dr. Walter H. Ryle and Dr. P. O. Selby. Organization objectives include upholding professional ethics, scholastic attainment, and es- stablishing a perpetual bond of friendship among members. Activities are stationed around their motto " where twirling links learning to living. " 147 Cheryl Wilson, editor, and Joe Galkowski, advisor, discuss 1969 Echo layouts. Cheryl Wilson Heads ECHO Staff The " GO Year " began last spring when the ECHO committee selected Cheryl Wilson to head the 1969 year- book staff. Also appointed at the time were: Mary Cox, business manager; Joyce McCall, copy editor; Marlys Dailey, layout editor; and Sam Berkowitz, sports editor. During the summer preliminary planning such as theme a nd cover selection was done. When classes began in September, the final staff members were named and the regular Monday night meetings began under the super- vision of faculty advisor Joe Galkowski. Joyce Sevits was selected to arrange all pictures while Dave Mazur and Kerwin Rohr, official student pho- tographers for the 1969 ECHO, took and printed the photographs. Mary Cox, business manager; Marlys Dailey, layout editor; and Joyce McCall, copy editor; ponder over yearbook copy. Picture selection is done by Sam Berkowitz, sports editor; and Dave Mazur, photographer. Echo staff members spend many hours over copy forms. Seated are Phyllis Scott, Larry Lamberson, Glenda Lauer, Kathy Tyler, Pat Steiner, Phyllis Moehle and Pam Holt. 148 Index photographer, Kerwin Rohr reached new heights in ' 68. Deadlines are kept by Index staffers: Becky Inlow, Glenda Lauer, Sheila Caldwel and Sheila Logston. McCall, Williams Edit ' 68- ' 69 Index c College Players NORTHEAST MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE WAIT UNTIL DARK by FREDERICK KNOTT Friday, April 25, 1969 Lecture Room - Baldwin Hall - 8:00 p.m. NMSC Activity Card Adult $1.00 - Student .50 Henry Shebitz, sports editor; Joyce McCall, fall editor; and Tim Wil- liams, winter, spring editor; discuss Index possibilities. The Bell system is used regularly by editor Tim Williams. c £ College Players NORTHEAST MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE WAIT UNTIL DARK by FREDERICK KNOTT Friday, April 25, 1969 Lecture Room - Baldwin Hall - 8:00 p.m. NMSC Activity Card Adult $1.00 - Student .50 fc 149 150 151 Panhellenic Supervises Fall Rush Activities Sorority life on the College campus was regu- lated and coordinated the past year by the local chapter of the National Panhellenic Council. The Council is composed of three representatives from each of the six sororities with Miss Rita Gramann, Dean of Women, serving as advisor. Supervising rush activities during the year was a major function of the Council. Panhellenic Presi- dent, Donna Vignovich spoke at the beginning of the fall quarter to prospective rushees during an explanatory assembly concerning rush. Annual formal rush began in late September with the Panhellenic Rush Tea, the first of the many rush functions held. After the parties and outings, the rushees announced their choice at the " Yell-In " on October 28. Pledge season opened with ban- quets and parties given in honor of the pledges by the sororities. In the spring the annual Scholarship Banquet was held; at this t ime the Panhellenic Council awarded a full scholarship to a promising foreign- girl student and an award was given to the sorority with the highest average honor-point-ratio. Panhellenic Council promotes inter-sorority cooperation, scholastic achievement, high social standards and worthy projects. Officers are selected on a rotation basis with each sorority having an officer. Row 1: Donna Vignovich, president; Nancy Lammert, vice president; Marcia Mossbarger, secretary; Pamela Holt, treasurer; Beverly Smith. Cindy Walter, Gloria Tedrow, Martha Meek. Row 2: Sherrill De- Jong, Barbara Jenkins, Betty Johnson, Jo Goldman, Lynn Swann, Sandy Bartlett, Janet Thompson, Pat Trent, Dean Rita Gramann. 152 Row 1: Howard Cox, president; Paul Wagner, 2nd vice president; Danny Dorscy, secretary; Barry Gentile, treasurer; Richard Brimer, Paul Thompson, Jr., Dave Panther. Glenn Fast. Row 2: Stanley Jones, Denny Loftus, Darrell Wheeler, David Cochran, Mark Mor- row, Art James, Richard Schreck, Frank Sims, Bob Molina, Jerry Shelton, Tim Urban. Hal Whiteaker. Inter-Fraternity Council Attempts Unity Governing and conducting fraternity rush and sign-up were the two major responsibilities of the Inter-Fraternity Council during 1968-69. Greek Week, co-sponsored by the IFC and the Panhellenic Council, was another major project that the Council promoted. To be eligible for pledgeship, a student had to carry at least a 2.0 scholastic average and must be in good standing with the College administration. Pledge season came to a close at the end of the winter quarter with individuals becoming active members of their respective fraternity. IFC was composed of three representatives from each of the six fraternities: Alpha Kappa Lambda, Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sig- ma Tau Gamma, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Kappa Theta, and the new colony of Phi Lambda Chi. Throughout the coordination of activities, the Interfraternity Council attempted to unite the fra- ternities in a spirit of friendly brotherhood and pro- moted scholarship, encouraged new fraternities, and developed existing chapters and individuals in the fraternity system. Each week IFC representatives discussed plans for projects, pledging and activities. Howard Cox, IFC president, presides over the meeting. 153 Alpha Sigma Alpha Wins Greek Awards With a combination of physical, intellectual, spirit- ual, and social forces, Alpha Sigma Alpha embarked upon a year of exciting activities and pursuits. Janet Seals was first runner up in the Missouri Fair Queen competition held late in the summer. Class elections found Janet Thompson, sophomore class treasurer; Sher- ry Fletcher, senior class secretary; Lynda Hutcherson was elected secretary and Jill Snyder was elected councilwo- man for the graduate class. Chosen a member of the Bulldog cheerleading squad was Marcia Mossbarger. Alpha Sigma Alpha was honored to receive the Scholarship Cup at the annual Panhellenic Banquet last spring. The sorority achieved an honor point average of 2.888. Greek Weekend found the Alphas again vic- torious as they took first place honors in the Greek Olym- pics and then on Sunday won first place in the Greek Sing. Highlighting rush season were the annual " Alpha- Traz " and " Southern Array with ASA " rush parties. As a result of diligent efforts during rush, Alpha Beta proud- ly received a fall pledge class of 22 coeds. Marcia Mossbarger of Alpha Sigma Alpha was elected Homecoming attendant. Symbolizing this year ' s theme of " Happiness is . . . " , the Alphas float displayed an airplane with Snoopy on top and the words, " Curse you Red Baron. " Recently elected to Who ' s Who included Susan Cat- tle, Susan Gulnac, Connie Hickenbottom, Sherry Poven- do, and Linda Stine Ryan. As a philanthropic project, Alpha Beta members have donated time in helping the children at the special education school. At Halloween and Christmas time, the Alphas gave the children parties. Janet Thompson, vice-president Susie Henderson, secretary Judy Randolph, treasurer Susan Cattle, pledge trainer Carla Albrecht Gay Anderson Donna Atkins Cec Aubrey Kathy Bagley Susie Billups Missy Burnaugh Claudia Clinton Pat Comer Nancy Copenhaver Terri Coy Alpha Sues perform their skit at the Panhellenic Rush Tea. Mrs. Sarah Wimp, sponsor Pat Trent, President 154 j% „ w r n A L Debby Dunn Pat Ebers Sherry Epperson Sherry Fletcher Ruth Gabel Debbie Garrett Jackie Gill Pat Goeke Gloria Guinn Kathy Harris Sharon Hays Janice Hoaglin Carol Holtcamp Madith Johnson Joyce Lehenbauer Janie Mathis Sandi Miller Ronda Morris Marcia Mossbarger Cynthia Norris Jo Ann Parker Diana Ponder Cathy Powell Sharon Precht Patsy Redden Carolyn Riley Jan Seals Marty Singleton Becky Swisher Jeanne Taylor Vicki Tucker Patty Turner Judy Twillman Barb Willows Jan Wulf Rushees were entertained with skits and songs at the informal rush party. " Alpha Traz. " Rush ended with the Alpha ' s taking 22. Alpha Sigma Tau Begins First Year Alpha Sigma Tau began their first full year on the College campus with rushing activities. Rushees were entertained at the informal rush party, " Happiness is AST " and at the formal rush party, " Moonlight and Roses " . In the fall term six pledges were activated and two rushees were pledged. Amidst the hectic rushing activities, the sisters of AST prepared costumes and dancing toads for the delightment of the spectators of the Homecoming parade. Invitations were extended to other Greek organizations for the reception given by AST in honor of their Founder ' s Day, Nov. 4. Service to the community is an important contribution of AST and this year ' s philanthropy included a Christmas party given for the children at the Diagnostic Clinic. Concluding the year was the Alpha Sigma Tau Spring Formal which is to be held annually. V Sisterhood of AST joins hands in singing their traditional sorority song at the annual rush party. Dr. Glenda Clyde, Advisor Ann Hunter, President Gloria Tedrow, Vice-President Vicky Austin, Secretary Gayle Houf, Treasurer Marsha Sommers, Pledge Educator Ruth Angel Cathy Barker Beverly Dahms Sharon Dawson Nancy Dykstra Nancy Fair Barb Faust Gale Huppman Marcia Irwin Glenda Lauer Joyce Lichte Martha Meek Susie Meyers Carol Mosher Gay Powell Marsha Renter Connie Rooker Bev Rubey Phyllis Scott Pam Spencer Janette Stoffa Marilyn Swift 156 Mrs. Charles McNames, sponsor Barbara Jenkins, president Beverly Smith vice president Bobbretta Elliston, secretary Lexanna Hines, treasurer Janice Bazil Greta Harris Georgetta Perkins Willa Ray Lynn Swann Fall pledges of Delta Sigma Theta exhibit their paddles and pledge necklaces as constructed by Ken Bazil. Pledge uniforms consisted of an all white outfit. Delta Sigma Theta Establishes Chapter Zeta Zeta chapter was founded on the College campus in the spring of 1968 by 13 young women. The principle aims and purposes of this service sorority are cultural and educa- tional; to establish, maintain and encourage high cultural, intellectual and moral standards among its members and always to encourage achievement in education. In keeping with the purposes of the sor- ority they have supported with funds a book mobile being operated throughout the rural south, bringing a variety of books to those who have no access to a library. Giving of food and clothing to needy fam- ilies were included in their philanthropy pro- jects. Foreign students met weekly with DST to practice in the conversational use of the English language. Sorority support was given to Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart Ball and the Atlas Club Mardi Gras weekend. Delta Sigma Theta was founded at How- ard University in 1913. There are 45,000 mem- bers with chapters in all states including Haiti and Liberia. % 157 Traditional Activities Open Delta Zeta Year Combinations of activity, scholarship, and service, led Delta Sigma chapter of Delta Zeta through its 40th year at NMSC. Iota chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon sorority was founded on this campus in 1929. In 1956, it merged with Delta Zeta sorority to become the present Delta Sigma chapter. " Delta Zeta Heaven " and the traditional " Rose Garden " terminated formal rush season with 22 coeds pledging the sisterhood of Delta Zeta. Ken- neth Sykes was honored as ' Dad of the Year ' during the annual Dad ' s Day Banquet. Members partici- pated in Greek Week, homecoming float competi- tion, many campus organizations, the annual bread drive, and other Kirksville civic projects. The Mother ' s Day Tea and Spring Formal completed the year ' s social activities. Delta Zeta ' s captured various positions on the campus. Nancy Bulick was student council repre- sentative, and class officers were Cindy Walter and Jan Amossan. Donna Vignovich was elected Pan- hellenic president, and Cheryl Wilson, ECHO edi- tor. Dorsay Maffrey was chosen by faculty and select- ed students as a finalist in the ECHO queen compe- tition. Two members were named to Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges: Georgia Fletcher and Diane Cushman who received the honor for a second year. Dr. Ruth Towne, sponsor Sandy Bartlett. president Cindy Walter, vice president Betty Ruegsegger, secretary Rita Heiser, treasurer Nancee Bulick. pledge trainer Mindy Babbitt Sharon Barbero Frieda Barrett Debbi Butrick Deanna Collings Diane Cushman Susie Dean Jo Anne Delashmutt Earlene Duffey Joyce Erb Kathie Forness Holly Gardner Kathy Gilbert Gwynne Golston Betty Gough Jeri Gower Ginny Greening Judy Harrison Jan Houston Derry Jones Sheryl Keeran Pat Liddle Diana Lundberg Dorsay Maffrey Alice McEwen Dana McMillan Christa Miller Dianne Mottet Mary Sue Mudd Dee Pickering Jeannine Roe Nancy Roesler Gloria Sangeorge Karen Seroka Kathy Seroka Teri Shandrew Jeana Shults Claire Sykes Karen Thomas Neoma Thompson Karyl Van Dyne Donna Vignovich 158 Emphasizing the " Happiness Is " theme was the Delta Zeta float placing second. Dunking apples, Pledges?? Pledges await their turn at a fraternity rush smoker. Cheryl Wilson Debbie Wood Nancy Wright Becky Yates 159 Sig Kaps Represented In Key Campus Roles Pledge season for Sigma Kappa was high- lighted by the informal and formal rush parties, " Sig Kap Casino " and " Pearl Party, " climaxed by the pledging of twenty-one coeds. Delta Theta chapter was represented in var- ious queen contests by Marlys Dailey, Karladine Thurman, Jo Goldman, Sue Woltjen, Edith Spie- gel, Joyce McCall, Rosemary Tharp and Judy Stanish. Sigma Kappa members held key positions and honors on campus. Gloria Burnett was cho- sen to Who ' s Who; Joyce McCall was editor-in- chief of the INDEX for two quarters and several members have held editorial and writing positions on the INDEX and ECHO staffs. Linda Krause was selected as a varsity cheerleader and Gloria Weyand was elected as Student Council treasurer. Civic projects included soliciting for the United Fund Drive and donating of blood to the Red Cross Blood Drive. As a philanthropic pro- ject they adopted an American Indian child. Money-making projects included a Christmas ba- zaar and a bake sale in the dorms. Social activities for Sigma Kappa included Pumpkin caroling; the annual Founder ' s Day Tea; Christmas Tea by Sig Kap pledges for pledges of other sororities; pledge party for actives; the an- nual Mother-Daughter Weekend. Concluding the year was the Sigma Kappa formal dance and banquet held in the Student Union. Mrs. Claudine Terry, sponsor Betty Johnson, president Jo Goldman, vice president Gloria Burnett, secretary Joyce McCall, treasurer Yvonne Clodius, pledge trainer Mary Jo Banta Chris Boyle Cathy Brennecke Sue Bruce Donna Burton Mary Clark Marlys Dailey Carolyn Edwards Elizabeth Fedak Nancy Fountain Connie Gobble Patty Good Jeannie Gordon Sharon Harley Pam House Kathy Ifland Cynthia Irwin Cindy James Paulette Kautz Celeste Knierim Linda Krause During the Holiday season the Sig Kaps had a bake sale as a money making project. i £i2 160 Panhellenic Tea brought out the Sigma Kappa display. Sigma Kappa " Rockettes " Marjorie Weatherly Gloria Weyand Sue Woltjen Dottye Wooten Nancy Lammert Jami Lewis Sheila Logston Sandra Losey Shelley Madden Linda Nichols Jill Pankers Mary Ann Pavlisin Kay Pitts Janice Rusk Donna Sees Joyce Sevits Jean Sherer Edith Spiegel Judy Stanish Annalee Sullivan Sherry Swanson Shelley Swofford Rosemary Tharp Karladine Thurman Barb Trost 161 NMSC Royalty Includes MU Sisters Sigma Sigma Sigma was off to a terrific start last summer with the return of delegate, Carroll Tankesley from the national convention held in Roanoke. Va. Excitement was intensified as Mu Chapter was announced first runner-up in annual chapter examinations and high contributor to Walton House, national headquarters of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Brooke Williams was elected sophomore rep- resentative to Student Council, and Carroll Tan- kesley was chosen junior class treasurer at the class elections. Early last fall, Brooke Williams was chosen to represent NMSC at the American Royal in Kansas City. Following in her " big sister ' s " foot- steps, Linda Randell proudly served as 1968 Homecoming Queen. Swinging into rush with the two rush parties " Mai Kai " and " Sigma Spotlight " , Tris captured the eye of thirty-three rushees. The main philanthropic service project the Tris participated in was their Robbie Page Me- morial Fund. Karen Schneider was chosen Echo Queen finalist. Social activities included the annual cos- tume party, Halloween and Christmas party, 2 plus 2 dance. Founder ' s Day, and closing the year with the Spring dinner party and dance. Homecoming Queen Linda Randell walks past members of the Bulldog football squad en route to the royal throne. Miss JoAnn Weekley, Sponsor Susan Stelpfiug, President Carroll Tankesley. Vice-President Phyllis Viviano, Corresponding Secretary Jamie Grosso, Recording Secretary Judith Dissinger, Treasurer Kathel Addleman Jane Bailey Summer Barry Amy Beaver Joan Broughton Barbara Buckley Jean Carter Carol Clark Cheryi Christman Chris Collver Rose Cornwell Sue Daugherty Sherrill DeJong Pat Fridley Judie Galkowski Janena Glaspie Nancy Hofer Pamela Holt Shirley Hopmann Ann Leone Mary Ann Logue Martha Lott 162 Marjorie Marshall Sharon McCormick Phyllis Mullenix Sharon Orf Janet Patterson Linda Randell Bev Richardson Lynne Richardson Ann Robertson Brenda Rodman Karen Schneider Carol Sees Mary Shelton Kathy Silvey Andrea Smith Tri pledges converge on Student Union Snack Bar to talk over assignments directed to them by Mu chapter actives. Carroll Tankesley accepts silver platter from national office at Roanoke, Va., for Mu chapter ' s accomplishments during 1968. Janet Smith Jeanne Sparlin Janice Spencer Becky Stelpflug Peggy Stilwell Ellen Swartzendruber Susan Tapy Konra Turner Kathy Tyler Debbi Weaver Rhea Werts Jan Whiteside Brooke Williams Ann Wright Karen Yackley 163 Sig Kaps play " craps " at Casino rush party. Candlelight excitement Greek Campus Activities Varied Homecoming float construction brings AKL helping hands. 164 High Scholastic Ideals For Kappa Alpha Psi Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity moved into their newly acquired house at 202 E. Pierce Street, this past fall. A thorough renovation both inside and out of the house was carried out by the active chapter during the summer months in preparation for the opening of school. Brothers of Epsilon Eta chapter are distinguished in campus organi- zations and varsity athletic competition. The local chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was founded on the College campus in 1963. Nation- ally, the fraternity now has more than 260 chap- ters and 53,000 members. Barbara Jenkins, was the chapter ' s sweet- heart this year. Officers of the fraternity served in many campus organizations. Kappa ' s ranked 2nd in the Greek Weekend competition in the fall. Kappa member, sponsor go over details. Kenneth Gardner, sponsor Fred James, sponsor Benny Gordon, president Stanley Jones, secretary Daron Greene Al Jackson Jerry Johnson Bert Ollie James Tyler Alvin Williams Bulldogs are backed by Kappa Alpha Psi. L ttM 165 Alpha Kappa Lambda Moves Into New House Alethia Kai Logos, the Truth and the Word, is the motto of AKL fraternity and the watch words under which the men of Xi Chapter spent the past year. Under the leadership of President Ron Selkirk, the AKL ' s worked together to strengthen their brotherhood. Thanks to the untiring efforts of sponsor, Charles McNames, AKL moved into a new house under the watchful eye of the Chapter ' s St. Ber- nard mascot, " Akel " . With the coming of the new house, a new person came into the lives of all AKLs. " Mother T, " housemother for the men of Xi, graciously made the fraternity house a real home. The AKLs enjoyed their version of the na- tionwide Go to Hell with AKL dance, slap-danced to native drums at the annual Fiji Island dance, and proved during the Smoker that No Man Is An Island. Skip Landis served as vice-president of the senior class. Brooke Williams reigned in the hearts of the men of Xi as Sweetheart of AKL. Ron Selkirk and Gary Peterson were selected for Who ' s Who. Dr. Jack Hines assumed the duties of assistant sponsor. The year came to a close as the Senior Banquet recognized graduating mem- bers and culminated with the annual Spring For- mal, " French Quarter. " Charles McNames, Sponsor Ron Selkirk, president Gary Peterson, vice-president Alan Petefish, secretary Fred Schultz, pledge trainer Larry Allen Steve Budde Don Bundy Nick Colton Bob Denison Bill Durow Ron Feltz Bob Freitag Barry Gentile Doug Gebelein Gary Hancock Mike Hardy Bob Hitchcock Tom Jaeger Gary Johns Ken Kielty Bill Kirmes Ron Latta Larry Lamberson Skip Landis Bill Lewis Denny Loftus Terry Loftus Mascot snoozes as members look on. P fT-1 C-l e - ? JJl ft ' © C © £ ■•;} Q P» «• £) ; • i6 AKLs establish residency in new fraternity house located at 918 South Osteopathy. ff« I--1 Rf O £1 !f £ . |£ £ £ i C i fP | 1 Gpi Richard Lucas Bill Maier Jim Mower Mike Moylan Pat Moylan Art Muensterman Dean Nickens Bob Parker O. H. Patten Doug Peterson Greg Ruth Bill Schweider Kevin Schwartz James Smith Jim Smith Mike Smith John Sojka Dan Spies Bob Toole Brian Walker Dana Walker Wally Walz Wally Wilber Gary Wilkinson George Wosmansky 167 Phi Lambda Chi Gains Social Status " The fraternity of lasting brotherhood, " Phi Lambda Chi, through an effective combination of brotherhood, leadership, service, and campus ac- tivities, began its first year on the Northeast Mis- souri State campus. As the youngest chapter of the youngest national social fraternity, the broth- ers of Phi Lambda Chi, through a determined ef- fort carried out the functions of the national so- cial fraternity. Believing that a fraternity should " round a guy out, " Phi Lambda Chi competed in the intra- mural sports activities and brothers provided tra- ditional leadership in various campus organiza- tions with its members serving as organizational officers and class leaders. The Phi Lambs began their efforts in service to the campus and community by giving blood in the Red Cross Drive, rendering their services to the United Fund, and assisting various charity organizations. President Richard Brimer conducts the regular Tuesday night meeting. William Murray, sponsor Richard Brimer, president Frank Layland, vice-president Tony Jelley, secretary Ken Hepperman, treasurer Terry Little, pledge trainer Brian Anderson Ted Baker Dave Beaty Jim Bideaux Dave Cochran Phil Duncan Don Erikstrup George Gifford Dave Grieshaber Bill Holder Mark Jefferson Larry Kersten Mike Lawton Dick Middleton Roger Millo Steve Newberry Harry Pearl Jim Pollard Rich Schreck Lowell Seaman John Slaton Bob Slominsky Larry Weindel Lance Wessling AJ f» SSI mMmk ], Q A 9B ' W © ilk 4fA Sk t it ir WV9 f iti %9 fTf K ! tk A t± r A tlM V 3£ -Vi 9?. Gh • © - " • ' .. I 2L I. m % iKm 1,M ' 55r ?T 1 ' •»» " 168 Phi Lam hits the books for last minute cram session before finals. Dennis Hendren from Circle K congratulates Rich Brimer of Phi Lambda Chi for the fraternity ' s top money collection in the Biafran Drive. 169 Phi Kappa ' s Stress High Ideals, Service Brotherhood, faith, friendship, loyalty, re- spects; these make Phi Kappa Theta men. This is an apt motto for the Mu Sigma chapter of Phi Kappa Theta. This year the men of Phi Kappa Theta placed second in the Greek Week Sing, and in Home- coming float competition in school spirit. In the first formal rush, Phi Kaps pledged 27 men to its brotherhood. In intramural activities, the Phi Kaps were active in fleetball, basketball, bowling, wrestling and volleyball. Community projects for the Phi Kaps, in- cluded YMCA assistance and work in the Adair County Heart Fund Drive. In social activities, the Phi Kaps started the year off with a mixer with the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. Formal rush included the " Phi Kap Love In " . The school year was concluded with the PKT Spring Formal. Tragedy struck the hearts of the brothers of Phi Kappa Theta in the sudden death of their brother Steve Van Horn. He died of pneumonia on February 20, 1969. Beat the Bears keeps with the Homecoming spirit. Eugene Croarkin, sponsor Jim Thomas, sponsor Doug Anderson, president David Panthers, vice-president Steve White, secretary ? a Gregory Hodits, treasurer Morris Johnson, pledge trainer John Arnold Gary Belfield Daniel Brooks Randy Butler Michael Byrne John Campbell Terry Crank Daniel Curtright Richard Davidson Rick Elkin Jerry Glassford Daniel Goble Steve Griffin Kent Harshbarger Jim Holder Harry Holderieath 170 % tt - Z+t F §iS «r. JJ §e W ! 3f Art James Daniel Kinsinger John Koenig Robert Ledford Daniel Madden James Martin Robert Michael Marvin Moots Mark Morrow Richard Nelson John Poppe Mike Pryor Allen Renaud Raymond Rider Robert Rose Kerisiano Sataua Henry Sesepasara Michael Spinelli Rod Steinman Lui Tuitele David Wakefield Anthony Weatherford Larry Weede Johnnie Wood Joining in the all-school torchlight Homecoming parade are Phi Kappa Theta members. 171 Phi Sigs Sponsor Vietnam Collection Drive Bo Fast, Greg Skinner, and George Armstrong prepared CARE boxes to be sent overseas. Dr. Gail Albright, advisor Dr. Joseph Dolan, advisor Jerry Lybarger, president George Armstrong, vice-president, pledge trainer Terry Weis, secretary Bob Stone, treasurer James Baker Sterck Barnes Bob Bever Dan Butler Troy Cooper Jim Cody Joe Cody Andy Crist Larry Crooks Frank Davey Tom Davis Mike Dolan Joe Domian Dan Dorsey Ron Enyeart Jody Evans Bo Fast Jim Ferguson Jim Foley Mike Foley Ron Fry Terry Gaines Frank Giurleo Al Guazzo Arnie Hoch Mike Jones Steve Kalb Les Lindholm £5 Phi Sigma Epsilon, Gamma Chapter carried on its traditional campus leadership into all areas of community service during the school year. A collection drive for VIETNAM troops highlighted the spring quarter of 1968. Items such as books, magazines, and toiletries were collected from the Kirksville area for troops stationed at Khe Sahn. For the immediate area of Kirksville, a volunteer service provided by PSE assisted in the city-wide " CLEAN-UP, FIX-UP and PAINT-UP " week. The March of Dimes Drive was also assisted by Gamma Chapter. On campus the men of Gamma chapter had a very successful year: The All-Sports Trophy for the academic school year, ' 67-68; class officers for the sophomore class, junior class, and grad- uate class; Jerry Lybarger was placed on the all conference football team; PSE won the intra- mural basketball championship, as well as second place in intramural volleyball. Phi Sigs sponsored a " Trip to Miami " con- test in the spring and again during the school year 1968-69. Twenty men pledged PSE last fall. The social highlight of the rush season was the annual LA APACHE dance. The men of Gamma chap- ter continued to serve as campus leaders through fostering school spirit, encouraging culture, and perpetuating friendship and intimate social ties within its membership during 1968-69. fs ft ca ft ft : ft ft , f9 . h f— ' fm«A -- ! f£S 9 ° «f A £ £k O 172 fl fl S c ?£y £! John Luhn Ray Marini Mike McCruden Ron Mo Davis Rick Morgan Lynn Morrell Bob Mudrak Bill Nicodemus Al Nolte Don Olinger Gary Peterson Jerry Phipps Dan Pugh Gary Ray Terry Ray Larry Rigdon Dave Schebell Greg Skinner Randy Shahan Frank Sims Charlie Singleton John Sommerkamp John Sticht Mike Wagner Dean Wallingford Bob Warren Gary Watts Ted Wilson Phi Sig members painting picnic tables in Brashear Park on annual City Clean-up day. 173 Beta chapter members, John Martin and Steve Bond, show off the Scholarship Cup. Sig Taus Lead Campus Organizations Another top-flight year has shaped up for Sigma Tau Gamma, Beta chapter. Beta men have actively participated in extracurricular activities. Phil Wormsley served as Student Council presi- dent while Jim Sefrit and Bill Reed were chosen by the students to lead their graduate and senior classes, respectively. Reed also held the president ' s chair in the Industrial Arts Club. Howard Cox was Interfraternity Council president and Steve Schweizer was president of Alpha Phi Omega. Relieving a housing problem from last year, Beta Chapter moved its headquarters from its former location to a newly purchased residence at 601 E. Randolph. Five Sig Taus were honored this year when Gary DouBrava, Phil Wormsley, Steve Garrett, Paul Wagner and Dennis Fuller were named to " Who ' s Who " . Athletically, Beta chapter members had a hand in the successes of Bulldog teams. Steve Gar- rett was named to the All-MIAA squad for his play as split-end of the football team. Track sea- son saw nine men as competitors. Baseball at- tracted seven Sig Tau athletes. They also strove for another intramural All-Sports trophy, reach- ing the semi-final games in fleetball and basket- ball, and placing high in other activities. 174 Tom Duden, sponsor Walter H. Ryle, IV, sponsor Gary DouBrava, president Gene Ball, vice-president Paul Wagner, secretary Larry Schieni, treasurer Tom Ballard John Barr Dale Barrett Sam Berkowitz Pat Blaylock Steve Bond Stan Boyd Jim Bradshaw Perry Bradshaw Dennis Brayton John Bybee Duane Charles Drennan Cloyd Richard Constance Paul Craig Carl Collins Howard Cox Alan Daniels Randy Dawson Gary Fowler Dennis Fuller Steve Garrett Jim Georges Roger Gooden Royce Gramm Steve Harting Mike Hopkins Duane Howe L J 4 O. fo : " Q © O © C!»]f £ C5j (Tzi S £ iS £ »d O f! © Pi £1 £k £ » Si if } tIMgiMg mA New living quarters for Sigma Tau Gamma were acquired in early summer. Skip Gramm is congratulated for his winning beard by Carolyn McDaniels. fy A A AAA A A A £ . A A A lf j £l £f £ A £| £ O O Tom Kahl Dave Kapfer Bruce Kenney Rick Kenney Larry Knop Ron Lary Tom Logan Ed Ludeking Mick Martin Bob Miller Bob Molina Paul Moots Monty Morgan Bill Morris Tom Morris Dave Nachtweih Garrett Newman Ron Pipes Bill Reed Lyle Robertson Ron Rogers Rick Rother John Ruggeburg Al Schreck Hugh Schultz Henry Shebitz Jerry Shelton Ken Sowers Ed Stockwell Curt Stude Jim Welsh Hal Whiteaker Phil Wormsley Steve Young 175 Intramural Crown Captured by Teke ' s Iota Gamma Chapter opened their 68-69 College year by placing second in the fall intra- murals tug-of-war. After winning the intramural fleetball championship the TEKE ' s were strong contenders for the All School Intramural Cham- pionship. Teke ' s spirit was predominant on campus as they won first place in their class for the Home- coming float and also won the overall float award. Tau Kappa Epsilon continued to show its ability as leaders with Darien Teeter being elect- ed into Who ' s Who and having members repre- sent each class as officers. They are: Mick Moore, senior class vice-president; Gary Derby, junior class president; Bob Cagle, sophomore class vice- president; and Mike Hupfer, student council councilman. Fall rush was extremely successful as forty- seven men pledged into the bond of Tau Kappa Epsilon. The annual " Trojan Dance " featured " The Fabulous Four, " a band from Kansas City. Assisting in various charity organizations in the city, the TEKEs again donated to the Kirks- ville Blood Bank. Culminating their year was the Red Carna- tion Ball and election of new officers. Dr. Linn Terry, sponsor Darien Teeter, president Mike Hupfer. vice-president John Caldwell, secretary Mickey Moore, treasurer Teke " s practice basketball in their own backyard. Ed Adam Jim Albus Laird Behnke Jim Bodine Gary Burch Bob Cagle Ken Castagna Ken Clow Bruce Colyer Jim Compton Mike Delehaunty Gary Derb y Chris Dunshee Gary Edgington Allan Genteman Denny Graser Al Haedt Tom Hawk Bill Hess Steve Hilton Ron Hopphan Larry Howard Tom Jarvis George Kaleta Steve Kilcoyne Dave Lademann Ben LaMaster Bob Lank it ' if O. ff i9i 176 Iota Gamma members clad in Greek garb for annual Trojan dance. (£S M. £1 M £} €S Q mkk, ili i t t £ O 9 £1 J 4- ' ft (?V ■■-.-■ Randy Legendre Charles Loveless Gene Luck Leo McClaskey Stuart McMains Bruce McQuillen Wally Malins Larry Magruder Bob Melson Roger Nimmo Jim Palko Larry Peters Bob Phillips Ray Porter Mike Proffitt Bill Ray Mike Ritze Rex Rominger Bob Schutte Andy Skinta Jack Sehrt Mike Ta nkeslcy David Toops Dave Walker Brian Wendelschaefer Steve Whipple Lynn Zechman Terry Zybarth 177 ,m fMKM 178 : -;;v. ' nn 179 Front row: Randy Dawson, Charles Blakely, Steve Jurkins, Gary Lacey, Boyce Wooley, Greg Wilson, and Steve Lahay. Second row: Don Cummings, Parker Zumwalt. Dave McArthur, Lloyd Weise, Jim Gephardt, John Bringer. Third row: John Freeman, Pete Cirrantano, Ken Parker, and Don Pendleton. Fourth row: Gary Boyd, Steve Garrett, and Jim Arico. Offense Sputters During 1968 Campaign Bulldog football moved back to a winning note with a 5-4 final record this past season. Head Coach Marv Braden led his team to an opening upset victory over PARSONS COLLEGE WILD- CATS, 14-3. The triumph was the first in two tries for Braden against his former school and it was the first Bulldog victory over the Iowans since 1961. Ken Parker came off the bench to start the second half as Bulldog quarterback to lead his team to their second straight victory, 18-15, over the GORILLA ' S OF PITTSBURG STATE. Los- ing 7-0 at haltime, Parker led the ' Dog offense to two touchdowns, passing for one and running for the other. The triumph marked the seventh straight win over the Gorillas for Kirksville. In their first away game, the Bulldogs were upended by the LINCOLN UNIVERSITY TIGERS, 20-6 as Kirksville ' s only score came on a two yard run by Mike Berentes although they marched a total of ten times inside the Tiger 25- yard line. Lincoln scored on a 105 yard return of a missed field goal, a 75 yard pass interception return and their only completed pass. Steve Garrett grabs a Don Cummings pass for a gain. 180 Dog Denfenders Stymie Opponent Drives Bulldog gridders opened MIAA conference play with a 24-13 Homecoming victory over the SOUTHWEST MISSOURI BEARS. An esti- mated 7,500 fans saw Kirksville explode for three touchdowns and a field goal in an exciting game. Along with Bob Levy ' s field goal, Bulldog scorers included Lloyd Weise, who tallied on a one-yard run, a 73-yard touchdown bomb from quarterback Don Cummings to wingback Charlie Blakley, and Mike Berentes, who rounded out the scoring with a five yard run. Kirksville dominated the Homecoming game statistics. Springfield rushed for 83 yards on the ground while the Bulldogs gained 173. In total yard passing, the Bears were handcuffed to 52 yards, while NMSC rolled up 200 yards. Aubrey Johnson stops opponent ' s drive. Front row Chick Waddell. Charles Brown, Bob Hepker. Gary Newcomb. Jerry Meyer. Jerry McGlaughlin. Second row: Aubrey Johnson. Jeff Korokany. Rich Stallings. Ron Belew, Jerry Lybarger. Bob Levy, Ken Bebermeyer. and John Suell. Third row: Mike Pendleton. Mike Hooker, Jerry Smith, and Greg Skinner. Bulldog coaching is led by: kneeling, left to right: Russell Sloan, Head Coach Marv Braden, and William Holmes. Standing, left to right: Athletic trainer, Sam Nugent; graduate assistants, Bill Hammock and Doug Timm; and student manager, Bill Hess. Quarterback Don Cummings bootlegs for six points early in the first half during " Hickory Stick " game at Maryville. Coach Braden shouts en- couragement during Bull- dog game. 182 The Bulldog offensive line charges into enemy lineman. Highest showing this season came in a 48 point effort against Missouri Southern. Tri-captain Rich Stallings leaps high in the air in an effort to block an enemy punt. 1968 Season Record (5-4) OPP. Parsons College 3 Kansas State 15 Lincoln University 20 Southwest Missouri 13 Central Missouri 14 University of Missouri (Rolla) 19 Southeast Missouri 29 Northwest Missouri 7 Missouri Southern 8 183 Playing before a near-capacity crowd at War- rensburg ' s homecoming, Bulldog gridders played a stubborn defensive game but were edged by the equally tough CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE MULES, 14-7. Kirksville drew first blood as Don Cummings threw a touchdown strike to Steve Garrett. Bob Levy ' s conversion made the score 7-0. The Bulldog defensive unit stymied several Mule drives during the first half, including a goal- line stand with under three minutes to go. Disaster struck the ' Dogs two plays later soon after their dramatic goal-line stand. Kirksville fumbled on their own six-yard line and could not stop another Warrensburg drive for six points. Central back Larry Roberts plunged into the end zone to tie the score, 7-7, at half-time. A stingy Mule defense held the Bulldogs to just 19 net yards in the second half as Central scored one more touchdown on a play-action pass for a 35-yard tally. Kirksville ' s final drive ended on the enemy ' s 1 1 yard line as Don Cummings threw three incomplete passes. Slotback Charlie Blakley hauls in an aerial from Don Cummings as the tackle is being made. Tackle Ron Lillquist throws an important block in the middle of the line during a Bulldog drive. Attempting to get back on the winning note, NMSC led the ROLLA MINERS, 16-13, with 1:40 remaining in the contest. However, the Bull- dogs could not run out the clock before Rolla intercepted a pass to win the game. Miner Fred White raced 65 yards for the winning score to up - set the Bulldogs, 19-16. Linebacker Aubrey Johnson tackles a Springfield Bear with one of his own bear hugs during Homecoming game. " " " Vfr Don Cummings looks down field for a receiver while wingback Lloyd Weise gets set to block any onrushing tacklers. Mike Hepker brings down a Wildcat in 14-3 NMSC win. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ' S FOOTBALL INDIANS rallied for 16 points in the final period to defeat NMSC, 29-16, in the Bulldog ' s final home game of the season. The Indians led 10-0 before Bob Levy, Bull- dog kicker, booted a 32-yard field goal. Steve Garrett caught a long pass from Don Cummings at the Southeast 30-yard line to knot the score at 10-10. Cape Girardeau kicked a field goal to take a 13-10 half-time lead. Mike Berentes slanted off tackle for an eight yar d touchdown run to give Kirksville a short- lived 16-13 late in the third quarter. Cape passed for 116 yards in the final period to rally for the victory. Two first-half fumbles hurt the Bulldogs at the Indian ten and one yard lines killing two scoring chances that could have changed the out- come of the game in favor of NMSC. 185 {f i J n» i! y ' i f» A»pjs-» r j -SJJUiiilM ■i Cm ra a o ►■ [ 1 • PHH pfl Little Alt-American middle guard, Frank Wagner, applies his specialty to a Lincoln back — crushing opponents. Jerry Meyer braces himself for another tackle. In their final MIAA encounter of the season, the Bulldogs regained the " Hickory Stick " from the MARYVILLE BEARCATS for the first time since 1965, winning 9-7. Kirksville ' s lone touchdown came early in the first quarter as Don Cummings faded back to pass at the Bearcat 30-yard line only to find his receivers covered. The sophomore signal-caller rolled out and raced around the right side, break- ing into the clear at the 15 and going in for the score. Minutes later, Bob Levy booted a 30-yard field goal to put the Bulldogs out in front, 9-0. Northwest scored their touchdown in the second quarter with a 95-yard drive culminating in a 31- yard TD catch by Gary Hawkins. Northwest dominated the entire second half, but a determined Bulldog defense held the Bear- cats scoreless. NMSC ' s defense held Maryville late in the fourth quarter with a gallant goal-line stand that featured a blocked field goal attempt by Gary Newcomb. Running for daylight is back Mike Berentes. 189 Charlie Blakely hauls in pass against Warrensburg. A 27-point outburst in the fourth quarter by the Bulldogs lifted NMSC to victory against MISSOURI SOUTHERN at Joplin. The 48-8 victory culminated their first winning season since 1965 as the ' Dogs finished with a 5-4 grid mark. Scoring in each of the four quarters, the Bulldogs posted their highest scoring effort under Coach Marv Braden. Their previous high was 24 points against Southwest Missouri State in the 1968 homecoming game. Bulldog tri-captains are left to right: Rick Stallings, Jerry Meyer, and Steve Garrett. Signal-caller Don Cummings sets himself for a pass. 190 ' jilt 7J? f . ' iW " Linebacker, Jerry Lybarger, a 5 ' 10 " , 190 lb. junior hails from Granite City, 111. Muscular tackle John Suell, a 6 ' 2 " , 255 lb. junior, makes his home in the St. Louis area. Defense Heads Bulldog All-MIAA Picks ■ ( ■ ' Frank Wagner (above) middle guard from Chicago was recognized as a small college All-American. He is a 511 " , 200 lb. junior. Center John Bringer (below) is a 6 ' 3 " , 215 lb. junior from Palmyra. Bulldog defenders, the brightest spot of Northeast Missouri State ' s football fortunes throughout the 1968 grid season, received their due in the post-season elections for all- Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association honors. Four of the Bulldog ' s defensive unit, Jerry Lybarger, John Suell, Frank Wagner, and Jerry Meyer, three of them underclassmen, gained berths on the elite eleven-man all- MIAA team. John Bringer, Bulldog center, was the only offensive player selected to a first all- offensive team from Coach Marv Braden ' s squad. Safety Jerry Meyer, from Cincinnati, O., is a 5 ' 11 " , 175 lb. senior. ■ i 191 riz Members of the 1968 Cross-Country team are Wayne Denney. Tom Logan, Pat Sullivan, Mike Pemberton, and Bill Young. Standing in back are Keith Allen. Loren Moes, Coach Kenneth Gardner, and Nick Francis. Pat Sullivan goes through an early season work out. Bulldog Harriers get a good start against Culver-Stockton. Coach Gardner (foreground, center,) watched his squad romp to a 15-50 win in their first dual meet. 192 Cross Country Wins MIAA Conference Crown Coach Kenneth Gardner ' s Bulldog Cross- country squad began and closed their season on winning notes, coping the 1968 season with a MIAA title and a nineteenth place finish in the NCAA national college meet at Wheaton, 111. By sweeping all five of the top positions on identical times. Bulldog Harriers easily upended Culver-Stockton, 15-50, in the ' Dogs ' first meet of the year. Led by Pat Sullivan, Keith Allen, Tom Logan, Loren Moes, and Wayne Denney, the Bull- dogs completed the four mile course in 22:48. Lincoln University became NMSC ' s second vic- tim, as the Tigers were dumped 19-44 on their own course. In the third meet of the season, the ' Dogs ab- sorbed their first defeat to Western Illinois, 32-23. Despite the loss, nearly all of the harriers ran their best four mile times of the season up to that point. Pat Sullivan finished third with a clocking of 20:54 and Tom Logan was fourth at 21:07. NMSC suffered their second straight dual loss of the season to the University of Iowa at Iowa City, 36-23. The loss evened up Kirksville ' s dual record at 2-2 for the year. Pat Sullivan again finished third with a time of 27:11. Tom Logan and Keith Allen came in fourth and sixth respectively for the Bull- dogs. After suffering two more losses to Emporia and Warrensburg, Coach Ken Gardner, in his first year as harrier mentor, led his team to an MIAA Cham- pionship at the Rolla course. The Bulldogs finished first on the four-mile course with a total of 5 1 points followed by Southwest and Central with 56 and 60 points respectively. On the strength of Pat Sullivan, Keith Allen, and Tom Logan, NMSC was able to keep their scoring down and with the added efforts of Bill Young and Loren Moes, it gave them the title. Sullivan finished second in the meet with a time of 21:00 behind Southwest ' s Doug Overholse, at 20:57. Allen, with a time of 21:28, came in fourth and Logan crossed the finish line in seventh place at 21:41. 1968 Cross-Country Record NMSC (2-4) OPP. 15 Culver-Stockton 50 19 Lincoln University 44 32 W. Illinois (Macomb) 23 44 Kansas State (Emporia) 15 28 Central Missouri State 27 MIAA Conference meet-NMSC Team Champion NCAA meet, College Division-NMSC placed 19th Keith Allen rounds into shape dur- ing practice. 193 JoAnne Barta Linda Cagle Goal post decorating for Homecoming. Barb Haskins, Captain Janice Hoaglin Carol Holtkamp Linda Krause Marcia Mossbarger 194 LET ' S GO — FIGHT — WIN! ' Sb f k »• Row 1: Terry Winters, Dan Sullivan, Steve Luette, Bob Fuka, Coach Boyd King, Assistant Coach Willard Sims. Row 2, seated: Larry Hammerbacher, Dave Hlavek, Claude Wilson, Paul Ozug, Don Bramlett, Mike McPheron, Ron Sterchi, George Wasmansky, Bruce Beaver, Larry Weede, Carroll Walker. Cagers Break Even; Place Third in MI A A Bulldog cagers valiantly fought their way to an 11-11 season and a third place tie with Northwest Missouri after losing their star for- ward, Paul Ozug, due to a knee injury. Ozug, who was selected to the 1968- ' 69 All-MIAA mythical squad and voted the out- standing junior in the conference, saw only limited action. His loss severely hurt NMSC ' s scoring and rebounding as the forward finished one-two in the conference a year ago. Instead, head coach Boyd King, with aid from assistant mentor Willard Sims, juggled the Bulldog lineup with hope of finding a win- ning combination. Their efforts finally paid off with three consecutive wins over Northeast Missouri, Parsons and Southern Illinois to close out the season with a .500 mark. King and Sims found potential Bulldog stalwarts for the ' 69- ' 70 season in the persons of Chicago high school standout Claude Wil- son and returning from a military stint, Charlie Currie. Recognized as an all-city and all-state for- ward honorable mention while playing for De LaSalle High School in Chicago, Wilson, a 6 ' 3 " sophomore, appears to have come into his own as a Bulldog regular. Wilson, in his first year as an everyday starter was among the team leaders in rebounding and averaged over 12 points per game. He appears to be set for star- dom in upcoming campaigns. Junior Steve Jurkins hauls down a Bulldog rebound. 196 Two points are easy for Ron Sterchi. Claude Wilson drives for the score. Apprehension shows on the faces of the players and coaches sitting on the bench. With the loss of only four monogram recipients -- Dick Hlavek, Mike McPheron, Paul Ozug, and Ken Parker - the Bulldogs appear set for a sparkling ' 69- ' 70 cam- paign. Most of this year ' s regulars should be back next season after being tested thoroughly in ' 68- ' 69. Don Bramlett, Jerry Buhr, Char- lie Currie along with Bob Fuka, Steve Jurkins, Dan O ' - Connell, Ron Sterchi and Claude Wilson will all be veteran performers next sea- son. Highlighting this year ' s schedule was a stunning 69- 66 upset over nationally ranked Southwest Missouri State. Playing on their home court, NMSC caught fire and took the lead 64-63 with 2:53 remaining in the game. Paul Ozug fouled out and the Bears tied the score on the freethrow. A lay-up and Buhr ' s three freethrows iced it for the Bulldogs. After an early victory over Cape Girardeau in which NMSC blew the Indians off their own court, 82 - 62, Southeast proved much tougher at Kirksville. In one of the most dramatic mo- ments of the season, Dick Hlavek sunk a jump shot with five seconds remaining in the contest to earn the Bulldogs an 88-86 win. One week earlier, Hlavek scored a similar bucket with 17 seconds left to knot the score at 73-73 which sent the game into overtime against Maryville, a contest which NMSC eventually lost. 197 Coach Boyd King (center) talks with his players in a pre-game huddle. Don Bramlett has his eyes on the hoop as he drives past an enemy defender. Coach King discusses plans with Ron Sterchi. Guard Bob Fuka defends a Western player closely during a Bulldog loss. 198 Expressions of the players and coaches display tension at a crucial moment. Senior, Mike McPheron battles for a rebound. Getting off a tough shot is Don Bramlett. For the first time on the road in ten years, the Bulldogs defeated Southeast Missouri this season, 82-62. The game was marked by consistent scoring in which Ron Sterchi scored his personal high of the year, sinking 24 points. Don Bramlett was second with 18 and Claude Wilson had 16. Although the Bulldogs managed only a 3-9 record on the road, they came up with their second straight away victory af- ter the Southeast win; a 70-54 dumping of the Miners of Rolla. Highlighting the game, Kirksville scored 12 points without giving Rolla a talley during the last 3:50 of the first half. In their next to last game of the season the Bulldogs managed another first — beat- ing Parsons for the first time on their home court, 80-70. 199 Claude Wilson strains to win the jump ball by a fingertip. As Claude Wilson readies for a possible rebound, Don Bramlett launches a one-handed jump shot. A jump shot by Mike McPheron arches towards its mark. 200 ,sm 40 r f The snap of a shutter depicts the life of a Bulldog victory over Southeast Missouri State. 1968-69 Season Record (11-11) 97 NE Opponent Opp. 77 64 . . DePaul 94 67 68 U. of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) 84 88 69 Northern Illinois 85 77 73 Quincy College 69 64 78 Midwestern 64 60 69 Southwest Missouri 66 77 71 Central Missouri 89 81 76 Illinois State .67 70 82 Southeast Missouri 62 80 70 U. of Missouri (Rolla) 54 67 Parsons 69 Northwest Missouri 83 Central College 80 Southeast Missouri 86 U. of Missouri (Rolla) 52 Southwest Missouri 92 Central Missouri 65 Western Illinois 82 Rockhurst College 96 Northwest Missouri 65 Parsons 70 Southern Illinois (Edwardsville) 60 201 Paul Ozug displays his form. Following up his own shot, Charlie Currie tips in a basket. Action seems to freeze as Bramlett ' s long shot soars towards the basket. 202 A shot is on the way for Steve Jurkins. The ball is hidden by hands as Ozug fights for possession. Western defenders are unable to stop Center Jerry Buhr ' s driving hook shot during a crucial moment in the second half. Two points: The perfect ingredient for victory. 203 1968 Bulldog Grapplers include: kneeling, Albert Hines, Curd Alex- ander, Larry Kersten. Roger Hodapp, and George Simmons. Stand- ing (second row) are: Head Coach H. A. Walmsley, Jim Henman, Harry Brown, Ron Plum, Steve Reuther, Curtis Hines, Martin Pingel, Dennis Augustine, and Richard Beard. Third row (left to right) are: Steve Burton, Dan Klein, Mike Jaffe, and Stan Huggins. Fourth row includes: Larry Gardner, Matthew Stallings, and Norman Harrold. In the top row are: Ernest Payne, Dwayne Scales, and John Sticht. Bulldog Wrestlers Win MIAA Title; Post 16-1 Record Co-Captains Curd Alexander (seated) and Rich Beard (standing) discuss strategy with Head Coach H. A. Walmsley during a break in the action against Western Illinois. 204 All-American Curd Alexander (hand on mat) attempts to keep an enemy grappler on the wrestling surface before the referee blows the whistle. Bulldog wrestlers climaxed their most suc- cessful season by winning their second straight MIAA Conference title. Compiling a 16-1 rec- ard, NMSC became a major grappling power as H. A. Walmsley ' s squad finished ninth in the national rankings. Headed by co-captains Curd Alexander and Rich Beard, the Bulldogs devastated several op- ponents including white-washings of Iowa Wes- leyan and Washington University. In addition, Kirksville scored upsets over major college foes, Kansas State and Missouri University. Heavyweight Rich Beard enjoyed the best season of any NMSC wrestler in history, as the grappler from Ottawa, Illinois, racked up a 19-0 individual score, setting a new school record. Beard, only a junior, will be back next season to try to add to his string of victories. Curd Alexander, last year ' s national cham- pion at 115 lbs., compiled an overall 16-3 record that included six pins to tie for the squad lead. Two other Bulldogs with outstanding rec- ords were George Simmons and Ray Moncavage. Simmons, at 191, turned in a 13-2 record while Moncavage was close behind at 11-3. Other Bulldog grapplers with ten or more victories were Harry Brown (10-6), Curtis Hines (10-6), Steve Miller (12-3), and John Sticht (12-8). At the MIAA meet in Springfield, Alexander (115), Moncavage (130), Simmons (191), and Beard (heavyweight) copped individual titles to lead their team to a total of 92 points and the conference title. Northwest Missouri finished sec- ond with 85 points. Watching the action intently. Head Coach H. A. Walmsley led the " mat corps " to its most successful season since the sport has been added to the intercollegiate roster at NMSC. Pictured on a national publication. Curd Alexander became the first wrestler from Missouri to win a national title in NCAA action. John Welton (top) completes a successful sit-out on enemy grappler and is about to score two points for a reversal. " Spider-Man " Ray Moncavage (face showing) is one of the top leg wrestlers on the Bulldogs. Here he is shown using his legs for better leverage in a reversal attempt. An enemy grappler desper- ately tries to get points on the board but Curd Alex- ander (white trunks) foils the take-down effort by grabbing the wrists of his adversary. Refusing to let his ODDonent get away from his grasp, Rich Beard pulls the leg of an anguished opponent toward The middle during one of his many victories. 206 Curd Alexander drops opponent for a score. Bulldog foe faced with predicament. 1968-69 Season Record NMSC (16-1) OPP. 34 Graceland College 5 24 Missouri University (Columbia) 11 3 Nebraska University (Omaha) 31 34 William Jewell 2 32 Eastern Illinois 9 25 Central Missouri 15 20 Kansas State University 16 41 Southwest Missouri 5 37 Iowa Wesleyan 26 Western Illinois 3 27 Lea (Minn.) 6 22 Wayne (Neb.) 11 Default Milliken (111.) 23 Northwest Missouri 12 41 Washington University (St. Louis) 35 MacMurray (111.) 6 33 Southeast Missouri 5 Wrestlers are set to begin action. 207 Kneeling: Ron Selkirk, Ken Clow, and Dave Romberg. Standing: Coach H. A. Walmsley, Mike Derr, Kevin Schwartz, Denauvo (Deano) Robinson, Fontaine Piper, and Kurt Marin. Racketmen Post 12-2 Dual Record Last year ' s Bulldog tennis team, coached by Ralph Pink, posted an outstanding 12-2 dual match record. Defeating such schools as the University of Missouri at Columbia, St. Ambrose, Principia Col- lege, and Washington University, the only losses were to Mizzou and Bradley University, two highly- rated tennis powers. In tournament play, the racket- men gained first place laurels in the MIAA tourna ment and in the NCAA College Division Midwest Championships held at Fort Worth, Texas. The NCAA College Division National Cham- pionships saw Kirksville place fourth nationally be- hind three California schools. Ron Selkirk advanced to the quarter finals in the singles bracket, then teamed up with Dave Romberg to move into the semi-finals in the doubles competition, losing to the tournament winners, Fresno State. Romberg led the 1968 squad with a 19-7 overall dual record, fol- lowed by Ron Sterchi at 15-2, and Ken Clow with a 16-8 mark. In doubles, Ken Clow and Kurt Marin went undefeated, displaying a 14-0 ledger. Selkirk and Romberg recorded a 21-8 overall slate. This season a new coach will have the pleasant task of directing the returning tennis lettermen. H. A. Walmsley, highly successful wrestling mentor during the winter, should see the netmen develop another sparkling record. 208 Ron Selkirk keeps his eye on the ball. 1968 Season Dual Record 12-2 NMS C Opp. 9 Graceland College (Lamoni, Iowa) 9 Quincy College 8 University of Missouri (Columbia) 1 9 Western Illinois University 7 2 Bradley University 7 9 Graceland College 9 Illinois Wesleyan 6 Illinois State University 3 5 Drake University 4 5 St. Ambrose 4 4 Missouri University 5 9 Quincy College 5 Principia 4 5 Washington University 4 An effective service demands Kurt Marin ' s poise and tim- ing. An opponent ' s-eye-view through the net shows Ron Selkirk and Dave Romberg poised with rackets ready. Dave Romberg gets set for a forehand shot. 209 Kneeling: Charles Blakely, Mike Dolan, Dean Schulenberg, Dave Niemeyer, and Jim Arico. Standing: Gary Watts, Bob Miller, Larry Anderson, Mel McKie, Head coach Sam Nugent, Phil Wormsley, and Mike Gilbert. Errors Plague Baseball Team During ' 68 Frustration marred Coach Sam Nugent ' s 1968 Bulldog baseball season as the team ended its schedule with a 7-17 record. An outstanding pitching staff received little batting and fielding support as the team slumped under a .200 hitting percentage. The eight NMSC moundsmen gave up a total of 2.32 earned runs per game, while error-plagued fielding let unearned tallies slip by. Bob Miller paced the mound staff with a 1.88 E.R.A. that included the season ' s only white- washing, against Mississippi, while Rick Morgan had an even 3-3 mark, 37 strikeouts and a 2.06 E.R.A. Veteran hurler Larry Anderson chalked up 50 strikeouts and only 23 bases-on-balls to lead the mound crew. Hard-hitting Mike Gilbert held the hot stick as he punched out a team-leading .352 average after 71 at-bats. Steve Lahay had the ignominious honor of belting the team ' s lone home run. Lack of hitting power was indicated by the large num- ber of low scoring offensive game titals. Catcher Charlie Blakley and shortstop Jim Arico backed up Gilbert as dependable hitters, each batting solid 270 ' s. Larry Anderson uncorks a high-hard one to an enemy batter. Pitching helped keep the Bulldogs in many games. 210 First-baseman Phil Wormslev puts the tag on a Warrensburg runner during a 3-2 Bulldog loss. Versatile shortstop Jim Arico takes his cut at the plate. Arico batted a solid .270 during the season. - ■-mSs |H y Bulldog batter swings from the heels. 1968 Season Record NMSC (7-17) OPP. Mississippi College 5 3 Mississippi College 1 3 Belhaven College 6 4 Belhaven College 6 Belhaven College 4 2 Milsaps College 1 Northwest Missouri State 10 Northwest Missouri State 6 1 Northwest Missouri State 3 Quincy College 2 4 Culver Stockton 3 7 Central Methodist 5 Central Methodist 3 Northwest Missouri State . . 6 Northwest Missouri State 2 14 Northwest Missouri State 2 1 Parsons College 2 1 Parsons College 2 1 Parsons College 5 Parsons College 7 2 Culver Stockton 4 3 Central Missouri State 5 2 . Central Missouri State 3 Central Missouri State 3 211 Members of ihe 1968 golf team included Head coach Boyd King, Gary Derby. Mike Brake and Mike Dele- haunty. The linkmen compiled a 10-2 dual record last year. Mike Delehaunty connects for a long drive. Linkmen Improve Record 1968 Golf Record NMSC : (io-2) OPP. 3 U. of Mo. (Rolla) 15 12 William Perm 6 101 2 Lincoln U. 7 2 5i 2 Western Illinois 12 2 14 Central Missouri 4 12 N. W. Missouri 6 14 Culver Stockton 4 141 2 Keokuk C. C. 6 1 2 141 2 Centerville 1 2 12 Lincoln 6 11 Keokuk 7 14 2 Centerville 1 2 Bulldog linkmen improved on their 1967, 9-6 record as they finished with a 10-2 season in 1968. Over the past two years, the NMSC golf team has finished high in the MIAA standings but the title has managed to slip from their grasp. In 1967, they fin- ished second, and last year, the team ended up third. This year ' s edition — with Gary Derby, Mike Brake and Mike Delehaunty forming the nucleus — hopes to finish at the top of the confer- ence. In addition, Boyd King takes over the reins as golf coach due to the absence of William Rich- erson, former assistant football and head golf coach. 212 Displaying his driving form is letterman Mike Brake. Gary Derby uses an iron to reach the green. Camera catches a moment of comtemplation as the Bulldog golfers look at the next tee. Bulldogs Capture MIAA Track Championships Northwest Missouri State last year brought Coach Kenneth Gardner his 20th consecutive track championship, indoor and outdoor, as the cinder men topped the MIAA Conference contenders with 87. Southeast was runnerup with 78. In that meet, Fred Banks, 1967 Ail- American, was selected as the contest ' s most outstanding performer for his wins in the 220-yard dash, 440-yard dash, and his contributions to the winning mile relay team and third place 440-yard relay team. His quarter mile effort broke his own 1967 conference record of :47.8. Banks also tied the 220-yard dash mark of :21 .3. Other records set by Bull- dog competitors were the 880-yard run, set by All-American Wayne Denney in 1:53.5, and Pat Sullivan ' s one-mile record of 4:12.0. Sullivan took the three-mile run in 14:41.8, the first time that event was run in a championship. In addition to record-breaking per- formances, first-place wins added points to the Bulldog total. Al Jackson won the 100-yard dash in :09.7, and Mike Beren- tes, Fred Banks, Jerry Walker, and Ron Davis teamed up for a 3:17.4 mile relay win. Strong showings were seconds by Paul Economides in the shot put and dis- cus, Jim Georges in the long jump, and Aubrey Johnson in the high jump. Wayne Denney, a cross country stand- out, received All-American honors for his superior performances as a distance run- ner. Denney, a half-mile, mile, and relay runner, last year was a track stalwart in those events. Row 1: John Kauzlarich, Luke Hotte, Lloyd Wiese, Gary Whitesides, Steve Harting. Row 2: Nick Francis, Wayne Denney (captain). Coach Kenneth Gardner, Jim Compton, Garry Boyd. Row 3: Rick Rother, Jim Georges, Doug McClintock, John Freeman, Travis McBride. Row 4: Greg Goodell, Larry Gardner, Bob Groff, Larry Shocks. Row 1: Tom Logan, Pat Sullivan, Chuck Guzman. George Walter, Bill Young. Row 2: Jeff Korokny, Steve Bond, Loren Moes, Aubrey Johnson. Row 3: Joe Cockley. Row 4: Keith Allen, Jim Hopfauf, Mike Pemberton. Row 5: Bob Meyer, Ron Davis (captain), Mike Berentes. 214 Running through an indoor workout are Loren Moes, Mike Pemberton, Bill Young, Keith Allen, and Tom Logan. Bob Groff readies the discus. Rick Rother (back), Garry Boyd (hidden), and Greg Goodell stretch over the high hurdles. Throughout the regular season Bulldog cindermen handed in top-notch performances. Western Illinois at Macomb was the first victim in dual competition, losing 94-50. Kirksville dom- inated first places in the meet, highlighted by such performances as the 440-yard relay team of Al Jackson, Ron Davis, Fred Banks and Mike Berentes, winning in :43.8, the mile relay team consisting of Davis, Banks, Jackson and Jerry Walker, who won in 3:25.2, Wayne Denney ' s 1:55.6 half-mile and the one-two-three finish by Banks, Davis and Bob Meyer in the 220-yard dash. NMSC ran Maryville into the track, win- ning 112-33. The mile race saw Pat Sullivan, Keith Allen and Wayne Denney sweep the top three positions. Sweeps were also won in the 100- yard dash, 440-yard intermediate hurdles, 220- yard dash, and shot put. First place wins were gained in almost every other category. In the final dual meet of the season (the Central Missouri meet was cancelled due to rain), the trackmen eased by a dangerous Lincoln Uni- versity team 80-65. It ' s either a strategy discussion or a good joke breaking into a rigorous workout. Whatever the case. Wayne Denney, Coach Kenneth Gardner and Pat Sullivan share in the humor. Gardner has coached twenty con- secutive indoor and outdoor track championships. Pushing off to get those extra inches. Steve Harting clears the pole vault bar with plenty to spare. Winning shots are put by Luke Hotte. 216 Speedsters Ron Davis. Larry Shocks, and Jim Georges await the sound of the starter ' s pistol that will send them sprinting towards the tape. A good, clean start is all-important in a winning effort. jWPWMl Here is a pit ' s-eye view of pole vaulter Jeff Korokny. A lot of spring is necessary for a successful shot putter. Here freshman John Freeman is ready to come out of his crouch. Top Bulldog miler Pat Sullivan and All-American Wayne Denney pace each other prior to an upcoming meet. 217 Wade Woods, Bob Meyer, and Lloyd Wiese dig into the starting blocks in a rehearsal for the real thing. Sprinters practice their starts in the confines of Pershing Arena until warmer weather lets them work outside. With leg muscles straining under the effort, team captain Ron Davis completes his leap of the high hurdle. An all-around athlete, Ron also excells in the 440-yard dash. 1968 Outdoor Track Record Kansas State College Relays (Emporia) . one first place Kansas Univ. Relays, one first place Northern Iowa Univ. Relays two first places Drake Univ. Relays, one first place MIAA Conference Out- door Meet first place NCAA Midwest Regional Meet third place NCAA College Division National Meet one third place one ninth place 1968 Outdoor Dual Meet Record NMSC OPP. 94 Western Illinois 50 112 N.W. Missouri State 33 80 Lincoln 65 218 Practicing the western roll in the high jump, Aubrey Johnson has but his neck and hand to clear the bar. High goals for the upcoming season are on the minds of Larry Gardner, Nick Francis and Jim Hopfauf as they conscientiously tone their bodies. Top performance in athletics lead to personal pdire and team achievement. This hurdler approaches the last hurdle well ahead of the field. 219 IM Provides Students With Opportunity To Participate in Athletics P Intramural programs at NMSC garner a great deal of participation by cam- pus organizations and in- dividuals, both independ- ent and Greek alike. Ef- forts in the various sports are rewarded by points to- wards the All-Sports tro- phy, given to the team re- ceiving the greatest num- ber of points. Last year ' s winner of this hotly con- tested award was Phi Sig- ma Epsilon fraternity. In fleetball this year, Tau Kappa Epsilon down- ed all opponents to take the championship. Mc- Phersons pulled in the fall Tug-of-war crown, and Phi Sigma Epsilon topped basketball action as they downed the Sports Ani- mals in the title game. Top five finishers in the Turkey Day cross country run were Jim Hopfauf, Fontaine Piper, Ed Lue- deking, Steve Bond and Curd Alexander. Hopfauf won the 1.7 mile race in 9:03, topping last year ' s mark by 24 seconds. Phi Sigma Epsilon cap- tured first in free throw competition as Sigma Tau Gamma dominated the next four places. In ping- pong, Bob Miller of Sig- ma Tau Gamma took the single bracket. Don She- rer and Dennis Wallin were champs in doubles competition. Intramural ping-pong took place in the Student Union Games Rooms. Interfraternity relations in athletics are demonstrated in the Turkey Day run as rival fraternities splash together through the mud. 220 Carl Collins of Sigma Tau Gamma jumps for a shot. Phi Sigma Epsilon polishes its spike technique during Intrafraternity volleyball preparations. Confusion seems to dominate the scene in the semi-final fleetball game between Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Tau Gamma. Both teams wonder if the penalty is against them. 221 n V ,,- tf m? 223 Who ' s Who at NMSC Janice Sue Bazil Cardinal Key Gloria Burnett PEM Club, past president Sue Jane Carroll Kappa Delta Pi Susan Cattle Cardinal Key, vice president Mary Cox Pi Omega Pi, president Diane Cushman College Ushers, captain Connie Hickenbottom Davis 1966 Homecoming Queen 224 r Bsv- -; . , ' ft I ( wmm Phyllis Domann Alpha Phi Sigma Gary Doubrava Sigma Tau Gamma, president Stella Ellis Pi Omega Pi Georgia Fletcher NEMO Singers Dennis Fuller College Band Steve Garrett Football, tri-captain Barb Haskins Cheerleader, co-captain William Hunter Blue Key, treasurer Carol Johnson Cardinal Key «V-:iii. : ■ ill 225 Dee Ann Kuhler Pi Omega Pi Lee Moody Oral Interp, president Susan Nugent Newman Club, treasurer Paul Ozug ' 68 MIAA All-Conference Basketball Gary Peterson Alpha Kappa Lambda, vice president Sherry Povendo Modern Dance Club Allen Richardson Industrial Arts, vice president Dave Romberg Student Council, vice president not pictured: Susan Gulnac Jerry Johnson Rebecca Mason Linda Stine Ryan 226 Who ' s Who on Campus Ron Selkirk Alpha Kappa Lambda, president Will Selser Blue Key. president Paul Wagner Sigma Tau Gamma, secretary Darien Teeter Tau Kappa Epsilon, president Randall Walston Business Administration Club, vice president Phyllis Viviano Sigma Sigma Sigma, secretary Phil Wormsley Student Council, president 227 Heading the Graduate Class is (Top Left) President Jim Sefrit. Other officers are Jan Amosson, treasurer; Jill Sny- der, councilwoman; and Lynda Hutcherson, secretary; Dan Hennessy, vice president; and Howard Bowens, Councilman. Nalinee Bodhidatta Thailand Karen M. Boyer Memphis Mariljn J. Carter Wiota, Iowa Ruchneag Chaistapol Thailand Nang Noi Chamaraman Thailand Vunnee Chandrakamol Thailand Rio Kung-Sien Chao Taiwan Tsai-Sien Chao Taiwan Ellen Keh-Yi Chiang China Hsian-Chih Chiang Taiwan Carrie Yen Chin Taiwan Carolyn R. Cobb Kirksville Joseph B. Cobb Kirksville Jerry R. Collins Kirksville Carol L. Colyer Bloomfield, Iowa Don G. Crist Kirksville Joseph Cunningham D. Eric Elster Michael W. Farrell Reseda, California Hamilton Hannibal Lee Adams, Marble Rock, la. Janice Amosson, Ottumwa, la. Gary E. Bennett, Kirksville Kathryn Bertani, Kirksville O W r»V 5W t .Uiiiijife s iMtm 228 CT? C V » A Graduate Class James N. Flanders Kirksville Glenda J. Goetz Manitowoc, Wisconsin Kathleen Grim Kirksville Paul E. Grimes Edina Linda A. Haden Macon Donald E. Hamm Exline, Iowa Daniel F. Hennessy Bellerose, New York Curtis L. Hines Decatur, Illinois Abdool N. Hoosein Guyana So Fei Huang Taiwan Lynda J. Hutcherson Palmyra Gary L. Ireland Griswold, Iowa Alphonso R. Jackson Dallas, Texas Robert T. Jen Taiwan David M. Johnson Perry Melvin L. Kelly Hannibal Garry L. Koehn North English, Iowa Dixie M. Koelling Bourbon Ruth Chen T. Kou Taiwan Richard H. Kulage Kirksville Ronald L. Lane Tommye J. Lorton Wilma Lotsch .... Glenda F. Malone Kirksville Fairfield, Iowa . . Kirksville Chicago, Illinois Rebecca A. Mansfield Carolyn D. McGahey Mark G. McWeeney Shuang-Ching Miao Kirksville Durham St. Louis Taiwan 229 f jghk s r Sally Mueller . . ... Iowa City, Iowa _ V V j ' J Foad Nakhai Iran fcc - ,. - . f . C Jerry A. Ozipko Edmonton, California - i. V i . - — . _._ a aq William Paradis Colonia, New Jersey V S W W Nancy A. King Kirksville L ' £L ' C Prasa Pathomkasikul Thailand . " " " W II if George D. Peoples Leonard m « f ■ ■ T % Bfc l Sakoolrat Phoolsawat Thailand „. ' T " " !•» • W— T v w Taweewat Pitayanon Thailand «C V-_. " V L r Suprida Pornputtkul Thailand ' ' K Xl i Tasan Prayurasiddhi Thailand — %! _ Theracha Puranajoti Thailand l " . k Ir " . If Nancy Jane Rankin Kirksville k |i t« « F J ' ■ » ■ a « f. Parviz Rashidian Iran J MF Willa M. Ray St. Louis - , f Curtis L. Reams West Des Moines, Iowa r _ Alan L. Redmon Kirksville , .W " H " " 1 J|, igllf Luke B. Reichert Kirksville Kj — ' r f J Edward E. Roy Attleboro. Masachusetts X. . • • : - Sangi Sandhaweebukh Thailand Taj ' A " NaV " - . Snsuwan Sangsiri Thailand ■ «S=1 IT «£ • T Oeraldine Schmitter Queen City Joseph L Schmitz Cedar Rapids, Iowa John P. Schwarz Kirksville 230 ■= — f " ■ ' ™ 1 s ' S, T 1 James S. Sefrit Kirksville - • V «- Dale A. Shanholtzer Coatsburg. Illinois " " " ■ k . . tr William C. Shih Taiwan - ■« ' . | v t fV V Donna M.Smith Albia, Iowa gfiliil jk • » P 1 l j l1 W ■ Nancy Snodgrass Newton W ' ¥ . William M. Stephens LaGrange — - 0: 3; Janie M. Stevenson Wheeling ' gjr w Vv v » ■ ' A. Stephen S. Smith Muscatine. Iowa - ▼, tf- • ' B E ' B ; — f ' Show Yat Sun Taiwan «.-T " ' ■ Anita L. Swartz Milton, Iowa ||Ep ■Jp ■ j vf " , Jaunetl I . Switzei Huntsville _. Narongsakd Talabhat rhailand m fs SHf W Z. W Pk T Nibondh Thaipanich New Brunswick, New lersey ■fej ! « V Douglas Timm St. Louis to T. J V J A £- ' ■k. " tr .£ Kuang-Yu Tsai Taiwan ?T Wanpen Uwanno m .!a«t h.f, • ■«. " If " •- 1 P i Tommy C. Van Biber . Independence .. m. P ■ ■ ¥ P Danilo A. Vinluan Philippines - XT " J ' ' ffc - " Shirley D. Weber Atlanta J — " W . Barbara Wickless Unionville «. Stanley L. Wilden Clinton, Iowa fe- Mary P. Wilkerson Hannibal fpr Pratuang Yenyuak New Brunswick, New Jersey 11 — - 231 Palma B. Abbadessa West New York, N. J. English. Dorm Council, English Club, Index Stan, Student Mentor, Echo Stan " . Nancy Abbott Centerville, la. Elementary Education, Sharon K. Adams Mendon Elementary Education. Ass ' n for Childhood Ed.. Dorm Council. Elem. Major Chorus. SNEA. Kathel K. Addleman Columbus Junction, la. Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Elem. Majors Chorus. Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Wesley Foundation. 4-H Club, treas- urer. Darioush Afshar Agriculture. Iran sJ Elizabeth Albus Mexico Elementary Education. Assn. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. ' 69 senior class leaders are (seated) Gloria Burnett, treasurer; Sherry Fletcher, secretary: and Nancy Bulick, councilwoman. (Standing) Mickey Moore, councilman; Bill Rcid. president; and Skip Landis, vice president. Class of 1969 Harold Stan Aldrich Cedar Rapids, la. Accounting. Chess Club. Accounting Club, Circle K. Velma Aldrich Elementary Education. Brashear Patricia Allen Physics. Band. SNEA. William Amos Physical Education. Kirksville Ottumwa, la. B 1 ' J iJbA a Brian Anderson Oak Lawn, 111. Business Education. Circle K. President; Historical Society. Phi Lambda Chi. Corresponding secretary; SNEA, Young Republicans. Douglas Anderson " $£ . £ W Ottumwa, la. Business Education. Band. Clarinet Choir, Interfraternity Council, Phi Kappa Theta, President; Pi Omega Pi. Elaine L. Anderson Alton, 111. Elementary Education. BSU. Elem. Majors Chorus. Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA. William Anderson Seymour. la. Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Crystal Armgard Elementary Education. George Armstrong Physical Education. Westmont, 111. Oakland, N. J. V Bloomfield, la. Club. Phi Kappa Independence John C. Arnold 0- Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Phi Kappa Theta. Patricia Auld Elementary. Education Assn. for Childhood Ed Jane Bailey LaGrange Speech Correction. Panhellenic Council. Sigma Sigma Sigma Presi- dent; Sophomore Class Secretary, Who ' s Who. Marjorie A. Bailey Atlanta Physical Education. I ' lM c Inh. Women ' s Recreation Ass ' n 232 M ' 4Ki By - . ifrifiHil tik £1 m g P £ 3[ Jt I Carolyn A. Baker Clifton Hill Elementary Education Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA. Charlotte A. Baker Macon Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA. James E. Baker Higbee Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Young Democrats. Tim Baker Ottumwa, la. Mathematics. Susan Bakken Logansport, Ind. Art Education. Eugene L. Ball St. Louis Physical Education. Evelyn L. Ball Paris Nursing Education. B. S. U., Student Nurses Ass ' n., Secretary, His- torian. Tom L. Ballard Ankeny, la. Sociology. Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer; College Players, Sigma Tau Gamma. " Sharon L. Bang Davenport, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Cho- rus, SNEA, Young Republicans. Donald Bardole Rippey, la. Botany. Philip D. Barrett Kirksville Business Education. Alpha Phi Omega, Junior Class Councilman, Sigma Tau Gamma, Student Mentor, Echo Staff, Junior Marshall. Richard L. Barrels Triplett Business Education. SNEA. Sandra K. Bartlett St. Charles English. Delta Zeta, President; English Club, Panhellenic Council, SNEA, Student Mentor, Student Social Committee, Young Democrats. Darrell R. Batterson . . Eldon, la. Accounting. Kathy L. Batterson Chariton, la. ' Special Education. Council for Exceptional Children, SNEA, Who ' s Who. Robert C. Baum Des Moines, la. Spanish. College Players, English Club. Becky J. Baumeier Cedar Falls, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Janice P. Baxter Greentop Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA. Student Council. Jaye D. Baxter Greentop Social Studies. Historical Society, SNEA. Janice S. Bazil St. Louis Mathematics. Cardinal Key, GooGlePlex Society, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart. Homecoming Queen Candidate. Barbara J. Bean Centerville, la. Elementary Education. SNEA. Gary Beane Redfield, la. Accounting. Wallace F. Beason Muscatine, la. Industrial Education. Gisela Becker Germany English. Mary K. Beebout Columbia, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. Wesley Foundation, treasurer; 4-H Club. John H. Behle Elsberry Mathematics and Physics. Band, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Orchestra, Sigma Zeta, treasurer. Judith Beisch Ottumwa, la. English. Gary D. Bell Novinger Biology. B. S. U. 233 Pam J. Benda Belle Plaine, la. Elementary Education. SNEA. William E. Benson Center Point, la. Industrial Arts. Samuel Berkowitz Bethpage, N. Y. History. Index Staff. Echo Staff. Sigma Tau Gamma. Brenda K. Berry Fulton Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Young Democrats. Francis Alan Berry Mexico General Science. Jacquelynn R. Berry Mexico Psychology. College Dames. Larry R. Bethel Montgomery City Psychology. Philosophy Club. Psychology Club, SNEA. Lysle L. Bettis Albia, la. Special Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, C.E.C. Nancy A. Bevins Cedar Rapids, la. Physical Education. PEM Club. Sharon K. Billington Novinger Physical Education. PEM Club. Student Mentor, WRA, Young Republicans. Karen S. Billups Ottumwa, la. Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, secretary; PEM Club, SNEA, Student Mentor, W.R.A. Mary C. Binder Ayrshire, la. Spanish. Alpha Phi Sigma, treasurer; Cardinal Key, English Club, Romance Language Club. Wesley Foundation, W.R.A.. Young Re- publicans, Exchangee to Costa Rica. David M. Bishop Corydon, la. Social Science Education. Phyllis W. Bishop Bowling Green Chemistry and Mathematics. Cardinal Key, GooGlePlex Society, secretary; Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Zeta, president. Glen Black Chariton, la. Business Administration and Agriculture. Business Administration Club, Agriculture Club. David F. Blaesing Muscatine, la. Industrial Education. Ronald L. Blake Minburn, la. Business Administration. Larry Blaylock Kinross, la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau Gamma, SNEA. Patricia A. Blecher . . . West Des Moines, la. Special Education. Ass ' n. lor Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA, Wesley Foundation, C.E.C. Beverly L. Bohn Kansas City Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. Oral Interpreter members rehearse for one of many club presentations. Bonnie J. Bohn St. Louis Mathematics. Sandra Boland Business Education. Kirksville Harry A. Bolton Lombard, III. History. William J. Bonta Hannibal Industrial Arts. Intercollegiate foot- ball, Industrial Arts Club, Track, Veterans Club. a » Class of 1969 Mi P " | -? Charlotte V. Boone Marceline Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Cho- rus, SNEA. Thomas M. Bordenaro Des Moines, la. Physical Education. Wayne C. Borgschulte Portage Des Sioux Business Administration. Rebecca S. Bounds Kirksville Spanish. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi, vice- president; Newman Club, secretary, Student Mentor. James E. Bowdish Cedar Rapids, la. Zoology. Young Republicans. James C. Bowles Hannibal Social Science. Historical Society, SNEA. Alan C. Bowling Ottumwa, la. Political Science. Historical Society, Young Democrats. John S. Boyd Pittsfield, 111. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Baseball, Sigma Tau Gamma. Teresa A. Boyd Ottumwa, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed„ SNEA. Christine A. Boyle Morning Sun, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Dorm Council, Newman Club. Sigma Kappa, historian, recommendation committee; SNEA. Lairy W. Bradley Centerville, la. Special Education. C.E.C. James R. Bradshaw LaGrange Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau Gamma. Michael L. Bradshaw Pittsfield. 111. Business Administration. Circle K, Pre-Law. Michael E. Brake Washington, la. Physical Education. K-Club, Men ' s PEM Club, Golf. Janice K. Brammer Alexandria Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., president; Elem. Majors Chorus. Kappa Delta Pi, Young Republicans. LaDonna Brandau Burlington, la. Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA, Young Democrats. Joachim Brandt Germany English. International Club. Dale R. Branstetter Middletown Business Administration. Business Adminislration Club. Dennis F. Brayton Denmark, la. History. Alpha Phi Omega, Band, Society, Pre-Law. Sigma Tau Gamma, Student Social Committee, Young Democrats. Richard W. Brimer, Jr. Gravois Mills History. Alpha Phi Omega, secretary; Gamma Delta, Historical Society, Interfraternity Council, Young Republicans, treasurer; Phi Lambda Chi, president; Circle K Club. Steven K. Brimhall Wayland, la. Business Education. Barbara J. Brinker Forreston, 111. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. Gary W. Brinker New London Agriculture. Agriculture Club. John W. Briscoe Keokuk, la. Business Administration. 235 Class of 1969 Judy K. Brown Novtnger Physical Fducation. Agriculture Club, secretary; Beta Tau Delta, B. S. U„ PEM Club, W. R. A. Stanley R. Brown Macon Accounting. Stephen F. Brown Memphis Accounting. Blue Key, Accounting Club. Russell I. Brownell Hannibal Mathematics. Maxine I. Broxey . . . Cedar Rapids, la. Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA, W.R.A. Susan M. Bruce St. Louis French. Dorm Council, Sigma Kappa. SNEA. Billie M. Buchanan St. Louis Home Economics. Nancee A. Bulick St. James Elementary Education. Band, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., College Ushers, Delta Zeta, Elem. Majors Chorus, Orchestra, Senior Class Councilwoman, Student Council, Student Mentor. Betty R. Bull . . . LaPlata Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Elem. Majors Chorus. Danny D. Bull LaPlata Accounting. Accounting Club. Marilyn E. Bullock LaPlata English. Alpha Phi Sigma, Index Staff, Kappa Delta Pi. Alan E. Bumsted Marshalltown, la. English. Gary L. Burch Davenport, l a. Social Science. Historical Society, president; Interfraternity Council, SNEA, president; Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain. Virginia A. Burk Wyaconda Sociology. Dale R. Burkemper Old Monroe Business Education. Alpha Phi Omega, Newman Club, treasurer; SNEA. Gloria D. Burnett Lewistown Business Administration. Index Staff, Junior Class Councilwoman; Kappa Delta Pi, PEM Club, president, membership chairman; Sigma Kappa, treasurer, recording secretary; Senior Class treasurer; Stu- dent Mentor, W. R. A. James G. Burnett Hamilton, 111. Industrial Arts. College Players, International Club. Newman Club. John R. Burnett Bunker Mathematics. George E. Bute Ottawa. 111. History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta. Donna Burton Moberly Physical Education. Diana L. Byerly Quincy, 111. Home Economics. Maria-Teresa Butler St. Louis Psychology. Newman Club. SNEA, Young Democrats, Psychology Club. Donna F. Cagle St. Charles Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA, W. R. A. Ralph A. Calise S. Hackensack, N. J. History. tiling v l£ 236 John R. Campbell Hedrick, la. Business Administration. NEMO Singers. Plu Kap- pa Theta, Business Ad- ministration Club. College Chorus. David F. Gannon Troy Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega. Young Democrats. Business Ad- ministration Club. Donna E. Carlson Dumont, N. J. English. College Players, Sigma Sigma Sigma, SN- EA. Marsha L. Carnes Palos Park, 111. Spanish. International Club, Ro- mance Language Club. Rowan and Martin ' s ' Laugh-In ' draws many dorm students to the tube on Mondays. (H © Ottumwa, la. John T. Carr Business Education. Sue J. Carroll Downing Vocational Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma, Colhecon Club, sec- retary; Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Who ' s Who, Kappa Omicron Phi. Patricia A. Carter Kirksville Secretarial. Tom J. Casad Agriculture. Grand Mound, la. Mary Susan Cattle Hannibal Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, president; Cardinal Key, vice-president; Kappa Delta Phi, Panhellenic Council. PEM Club, president; Student Mentor, Who ' s Who, W.R.A., secretary. Robert I. Cecil Little Rock, Ark. English. English Club, International Club. Pipat Chandanabhumma Thailand Mathematics. James D. Chaney LaPlata Physical Education. Bernadine A. Chaplin Cincinnati, la. Music Education. Aeolian Club, Clarinet Choir. Donna L. Childress Kindergarten Education. Carolyn J. Christian Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha. John W. Christie Art. Art Club. Baring Hannibal Davenport, la. Nichols, la. Harry L. ChristofTerson Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Josephine Chu Taiwan English. Shao-Wu Chuang Taiwan Chemistry. Pete Cirrintano Lombard, 111. Physical Education. Football, K-Club. Linda C. Clair Hurdland Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Chorus. Lawrence L. Clark Edina Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Evelyn M. Clarke Laddonia Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key, historian; PEM Club, Social Chairman; W.R.A. Estell Yvonne Clodius St. Louis English. English Club, Sigma Kappa, treasurer, second vice-president; Student Mentor. 237 Billye A. Clough Mexico English. Philosophy Club, SNEA. Jacquelyn R. Clow Ottumwa, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. Michael A. Cochran Kirkwood Spanish. SNEA. James R. Cody St. Charles Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Veterans Club. Joseph M. Cody St. Charles Business Administration. Phi Sigma Epsilon, alumni chairman; Young Democrats, Business Administration Club. Susan L. Coffey Kansas City English. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Charles D. Coffman Unionville Pre-Osteopathy. Pre-Osteopathic Club. Kerry W. Coin Davenport, la. Mathematics. Blue Key, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, presi- dent; Sigma Zeta. Floyd A. Colbert . . Bowling Green Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. Charles M. Colby Kirksville Zoology. Barry W. Cole Franklin, N. Y. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Sheryl A. Cole Oskaloosa, la. Speech Correction. Kappa Delta Pi. Harry D. Collett Fairfield, la. Political Science. Dorm Council. SNEA, Young Democrats. James L. Collett Hedrick, la. Physical Education. Nick P. Colton . Ottumwa, la. Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Young Democrats. Ruth A. Conlee Argyle, la. Physical Education. PEM Club, W.R.A. Kerry Conners Winfield, la. Agriculture. Jimmy J. Cook St. Louis Political Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key, Dorm Council, Inter- national Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Pre-Law, Young Democrats, Young Republicans. Ray S. Cook Numa, la. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. John Cool Ottumwa, la. Zoology. Sara A. Cool Kirksville Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Robert W. Copithorne Ferguson Business Administration. Newman Club, Business Administration Club. Linda J. Couchman Powersville History. Historical Society, Phi Alpha Theta, historian. Marilyn J. Cowan Kirksville Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Carolyn Cox Des Moines, la. English. Mary M. Cox Batavia, la. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. president; SNEA, reporter; Stu- dent Mentor, Who ' s Who, W.R.A., ECHO Staff, Business Manager. Richard C. Cox O ' Fallon Accounting. Accounting Club, Wesley Foundation. Nan L. Craig St. Louis Physical Education. PEM Club, Wesley Foundation. W.R.A. SI €?i »k] ' ?} f P MiML m ss o iL aHM 238 Michael L. Crain Hunnewell Physical Education. Baseball, Basketball, Men ' s PEM Club, vice- president; SNEA. Kirksville Emmetsburg, la. Glinda C. Crawford Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Mark B. Crawford Business Administration. Shirley B. Crawford Gallatin Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. SNEA. Student Mentor. Lois J. Creason Brashear Home Economics. Alpha Phi Siimix. Colhecon Club. k.Hpni Delta Pi Fort Lee, N. J. Purdin Dennis Creegan Social Science. Historical Society. Larry W. Crooks Physical Education. Football. Freshman Class Vice-President. K-Club. Men ' s PEM Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Veteran ' s Club. Harry Crosby Art. i Sherlie A. Crouch Home Economics. Jeanne Elizabeth Cullers Speech. Oral Interpreters, Young Democrats. Dorothy B. Cupp Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi. Rebecca A. Cupp Physical Education. Kirksville Glenwood, la. San Diego, Calif. Kirksville Kirksville - 7 »v w Rebecca M. Curran Psychology. Kirksville Laura A. Curry Hale Mathematics. Alpha Phi Sigma, GooGlePlex Society, treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi, Wesley Foundation, W.R.A., College Chorus. Joseph D. Curtis Bloomfield, la. Psychology. Psychology Club. Diane L. Cushman Lake of Egypt, III. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. College Ushers, captain; Delta Zeta, SNEA, Student Council, treasurer; Student Mentor, Who ' s Who, ECHO Staff. Class of 1969 Peace and quiet surrounds students for study and outdoor relaxation on campus. William Dalbey Psychology. Ottumwa, la. Carolyn Dahms Donnellson, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Lois K. Daily Milan Business Education. International Club, Newman Club, SNEA. Michael S. Darnall, Burlington, la. Business Administration. 239 Joseph M. Dattellas, Solvay, N. Y. Business Administration. Psychology Club. Margaret Davenport Des Moines. la. History. Historical Society. Theola Davenport New Cambria History. Historical Society. SNEA. Kichard A. DavidsorP ' Memphis Speech Education. Oral Interpreters. Pi Kappa Delta. Phi Kappa Theta. Circle K Club, Debate. ® 9 Connie Davis Batavia, la. Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Kappa Delta Pi, SNBA. Dixie A. Davis Chula Elementary Education. Classwork for relaxation is expressed by this art student in Linda S. Davis Kirksville her studio. Nursing. Student Nurses Ass ' n. Class of 1969 Ronald E. Davis Perry, la. Physical Education. Cross Country, K-Club, Track. Thomas E. Davis Blue Grass, la. Physical Education. Interfraternity Council, Junior Class Officer, Phi Sigma Epsilon, SNEA. Edith C. Dawson Bevier Elementary Education. Ann D. Holly Atlanta Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA. treasurer; Kappa Omicron Phi. Larry E. Deeker Business Administration. Louis M. Defiore History. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Judith A. Deierling Elementary Education. Nancy L. Deist Physical Education. Jo Anne Delashmutt Belleflower Mercer Buffalo, la. Staunton, 111. Hannibal History. Alpha Phi Sigma. Delta Zeta, Historical Society, Phi Alpha Theta. Michael Delehaunty Cresskill, N. J. Physical Education. Interfraternity Council, K-Club, Newman Club, SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Golf. Joseph A. Deluca Spanish. Robert W. Denison Business Administration. Wayne E. Denney Physical Education. Cross Country, K-Club, Track. St. Louis St. Louis Chicago, 111. 240 James B. DeYarman Mt. Pleasant, la. Zoology. Agriculture Club. Pre-Osteopathic Club. t P S ft Linda W. Dietrich Elementary Education. SNEA. Oley, Pa. Wayne E. Dillinger Industrial Arts Educat ior . Industrial Arts Club. Corning, la. Judith A. Dissinger English. Band, Clarinet treasurer, corresponding Choir. I secretary; ndex Staff, S SNI A Perry, la. gma Sigma Sigma, Joseph J. Domian History. Aft ' ton Patricia Dominacki Sociology. Davenport, la. Phyllis S. Domann Business Education and Business Cardinal Key, Dorm Council, R Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Ome Who ' s Who, W.R.A., publicity ch Administration yle Hall presi ga Pi. SNEA. airman. Auxvasse Alpha Phi Sigma, dent; Elem. Maiois Wesley Foundation, Janienne Donaldson Art. Hannibal Wayne P. Donnelly English. Band, Clarinet Choir. Ottumwa, la Larry D. Dorrell Marceline History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key, B.S.U.. Historical Society, Pre- Law, SNEA, Young Democrats. Veterans Club, Philosophy Club Phi Alpha Theta, president; Circle K. Gary A. Doubrava St. Louis Physical Education. Football, Interfraternity Council, Men ' s PEM Club. Sigma Tau Gamma, president; SNEA, Who ' s Who. Charles E. Dougan, Jr. Zoology. Florissant Richard P. Dowell Chillicothe Psychology. Bernice C. Downs Springfield, 111. Elementary Education. Kenneth W. Dudley Industrial Arts. Laredo Dennis D. Durheld Huntsville Business Administration. B usiness Administratioi i Club. Carlene Dunlap Elementary Education. Ass n. for Childhood Ed. Harris Deborah L. Dunn Kansas City Physical Education. Alpha PEM Club, SNEA, Student Sigma Menlo Alpha. G W.R A. amma Delta, K-Detles, Garry Joseph Dunn Physical Education. Men ' s PEM Club Keokuk, la. William C. Dunshee Stormlake, la. Art. L William C. Durow Center Point, la. History. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Interfraternity Council, SNEA, Young Democrats. Jeanne Lee Dutemple Albia. la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Kappa Delta Pi. PEM Club. W.R.A. Pamela A. Dwyer Silex Physical Education. Newman Club. PEM Club, SNEA, W.R. A., Extramural basketball, Softball, volleyball. Nancy E. Dykstra Altoona, la. English. English Club, Kappa Delta Pi. Alpha Sigma Tau. Jerry E. Easley LaPlata Accounting. Accounting Club, parliamentarian. Sandra S. Eason Kansas City Social Science. Patricia A. Ebers Frankford Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Newman Club. SNEA. A.C.E., Elementary Majors Chorus. Barbara I. Ebert Trenton Business Administration. Business Administration Club. 241 Lexie J. Eddings Cedar Rapids, la. Business Administration. Thomas Eden Monticello, la. Carolyn Ann Edwards Moberly English Education. English Club, Sigma Kappa. Garell W. Edwards Cairo Business Administration. Nancy Ann Edwards Davenport, la. Zoology. Gamma Delta, SNEA. Rick R. Edwards Millersburg, la. Physical Education. SNEA, Young Republicans. Sherry L. Eitel Kirksville Library Science. Richard L. Elliott Centerville, la. Speech. Index Staff, Oral Interpreters. Stella L. Ellis Armstrong Business Administration. Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Student Mentor. James L. Elston Mendon, 111. Business Administration. Ardella M. Engle Ottumwa, la. Physical Education. Beta Tau Delta, PEM Club. David Erwin Brashear Business Administration. Cathryn Evans Quincy, 111. Elementary Education. James H. Evans Kirksville History. Linda K. Evans Hannibal English. Elizabeth M. Ewald Des Moines, la. Elementary Education. Carol A. Faeth St. Charles Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Gamma Delta, SNEA. Nancy C. Fair Springdale, Ark. Physical Education. Nancy E. Farmer Kirksville Elementary Education. Gregg C. Fast Kirksville Zoology. (91 $ Coke and conversation is a regular diet in the Student Union snack bar for NMSC students. Barbara J. Faust Rock Hill Psychology. Alpha Phi Sigma, Inter- national Club, Kappa Delta Pi, SN- EA, Wesley Foundation, Alpha Sig ma Tau. Donald J. Fendler, St. Louis Industrial Arts. Gamma Delta, In- dustrial Arts Club, Newman Club. Sidney C. Fey, Abingdon. III. Business Administration. Allen E. Fick, Blue Grass, la. Biology. Class of 1969 Marie Fisher Bettendorf, la. History. English Club, Historical Society, SNEA. Women ' s Recrea- tion Ass ' n. Tamsy Fisher Creen City Home Economics, Betty S. Fletcher Brunswick Business Education. Georgia L. Fletcher ... Union Star Elementary Education. Delta Zeta, NEMO Singers, Panhellemc Coun- cil, SNEA, Student Mentor. Sherry A. Fletcher Brookfield Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, PEM Club. Senior Class Officer, SNEA. Fred W. Foelsch Berkeley Phy sical Education. Cameron H. Foerster Florissant Industrial Arts. Index Staff, Industrial Arts Club, Pre-Law, United Camus Christian Fellowship. Ronald R. Foglesong Kirksville Physical Education. Michael D. Foley Keokuk, la. Art. Young Republicans. Daniel W. Forgy Vandalia Accounting. Dana R. Forrester Kirksville Art. John A. Forster ... Fords, N. J. History. Gloria A. Forsyth Madison Physical Education. Lewis P. Forsythe Lancaster English. Gerald D. Foster ... ... Chariton, la. Gary L. Fowler Livonia Business Administration. Physical Education. Sigma Tau Gamma. Cecilia L. Frank Danville, la. Business Education. Janice Jean Fridley Union Speech. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi, NEMO Singers, Wesley Foundation. Ronald J. Fry Kahoka Business Administration. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Betty A. Frye High Hill Mathematics. James J. Fugate Davenport, la. Business Administration. Kenneth M. Fuhlman Muscatine, la. Business Administration. Dennis Paul Fuller New Providence, la. Speech Correction. Band, Senior Class Officer. Sigma Tau Gamma. SNEA, Student Mentor. Bonnie B. Funk LaPlata Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Student Mentor. 243 Class of 1969 Terry P. Gaines Hannibal Biology. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Jan R. Galey Ottumwa, la. Economics. Historical Society. International Club, Pre-Law Club, president, parliamentarian; Young Democrats, Philosophy Club. Judith A. Galkowski St. Louis Physical Education. College Ushers, Newman Club. PEM Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, W.R.A., SNEA, Young Democrats, College Chorus. Daisy M. Garr Ottumwa, la. Elementary Education. B.S.U., devotional chairman; Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA. Stephen L. Garrett Monroe City Physical Education. Varsity Football, Bulldog tri-captain; Sigma Tau Gamma, K-Club, president. Olinda Gastler Florissant Music Appreciation Marilyn Gearhart Iowa City, la. Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Basketball, Extra; Ass n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA, Young Democrats, Chorus. Janet George Columbia English. Elnora Gifford Green City English. English Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Psychology Club. Anthony Giordano Hackensack, N. J. Industrial Arts. Lavon Gilliland Quincy, 111. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. David Gilman Auxvasse Industrial Education. Beta Sigma Psi, Industrial Arts Club. Linda Giltner Vandalia Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, treasurer; SNEA. x Jerald Glassford r.H Z° .? Lockridge, la. Social Science. Phi Kappa Theta. vice-president. ' Daniel Goble Q . £°0 u !° . Burlington, la. Business Education. International Club, Phi Kappa Theta. Sherry Godfrey Powersville History. Historical Society. Ronald Golick Centerville, la. Business Administration. Vera Gomez Colombia Elementary Education. Dorm Council, International Club. Roger Gooden Milton, la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega, NEMO Singers, PEM Club. Sigma Tau Gamma. Benny Gordon Webster Grove Psychology. Kappa Alpha Psi. Royce Gramm Storm Lake, la. General Science. Kenneth Green Affton Education. B.S.U., president. Michael Greenlee Lineville, la. Biology. Daniel Griesbaum Maywood Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. __ _ _ I IHjI It 244 Diane Griffin Columbus Jet., la. English. Alpha Phi Sigma, English Club. NEMO Singers, Oral Interpreters. v Steve Griffin j Downs, 111. Physical Education. Put K i ' P " sf Diana Gronewold Quincy, English. Alpha Phi Sig- ma, English Club, NEMO Singers, Oral Interpreters. Albert Guazzo Brenda Simiele, Jack Wright, and Don Olinger pause between classes in Violette Hall to discuss class notes. •f Sf 1MM Jennie Guffey Business Education. Huntsville Leslie Guthrie Art. Art Club, histori in; Young Democrats Oskaloosa, Chorus. la. Donna Haage Elementary Education. Elem. Majors Chorus Keokuk la. Linda Hackmann English. English Club, Mentor, Chorus. secretary Historical Benton City Society. SNEA. Student Allan Haedt Physical Education. Tau Kappa BettendortT, Epsilon, Young Democrats. la. Barbara Hall Home Economics. Ft. Madison la. Phillip Hankammer Accounting. Hedrick, la. Cheryl Harlan Home Economics. Trenton Moberly Sharon Harley ... Home Economics. Carla Harlow New London Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA, W.R.A.. Girls Extramural Softball Team. Dana Harris Davenport, la. Music Education. Aeolian Club, NEMO singers. Wesley Foundation. Hubert Harris Macon History. Marcheta Harris Kirksville Elementary Education. Judy Harrison Kirksville Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Delta Zeta; Elem Majors Chorus; SNEA: Homecoming Oueen Candidate 1968. Carol Harvey Cedar Rapids, la. Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma; Pi Omega Pi. Louise Harvey Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed. La Belle Humeston, la. Fort Madison, la. Richard Harvey Physical Education. Rex Hasenclever Physical Education. Barbara Haskins Defiance Phvsica! Education. PEM Club. SNFA, Student Council, secretary; Who ' s Who. W.R.A.. Cheerleader-captain. Christine Hatala Fort Madison, la. Elementary Education. Elem Majors Chorus, SNEA, Ass ' n foi ( hild hood Ed. 245 Suzanne Hatcher Chillicothe Elementary Education Ass ' n foi ( hildhood Ed.. Dorm Council, SNEA, Council for Exceptional Children. Elaine Havrum Art. Art Club. Gary Havrum Art. Art Club. Easton, Pa. Fulton Shelbina Nikki Hawkins Speech Correction. Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi Jerry Hayes Salisbury Agriculture. Mark Hayes Blakesburg, la. Physical Education. K-Club, Wrestling, intercollegiate. Bonnie Hays English. Hannibal Fulton Walter Hazelrigg Music Education. Aeolian Club, president; Band, Orchestra Donna Heckelman Kirkwood Art. Art Club. College Players, Sigma Kappa, social chairman; Stu- dent Social Committee. Mary Heiser Hannibal Business Administration. Delta Zeta, treasurer; Newman Club, Young Republicans. Darwin Henderson Quincy, 111. Elementary Education. Association for Childhood Ed.. Oral Inter- preters. Clara Henke Business Education. Newman Club. Montgomery City Earline Henning Davenport, la. French. Alpha Phi Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; Romance Language Club, SNEA, United Campus Christian Fellowship. Gary Henry History. Randall Hill Quincy, 111. Queen City English. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Alpha Phi Sigma, English Club, In- dex Staff, Pre-Law, SNEA. Phyllis Hinds Physical Education. PEM Club. Edina Albert Hines Decatur, 111. Physical Education. K-Club. Wrestling, intercollegiate. Lexanna Hines Centralia English. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Kev. secretary; English Club, Romance Language Club. Wesley Foundation, Collegiate Chorus, Delta Sigma Theta, treasurer. Emily Hinshaw Richland, la. Speech Correction. SNEA. Young Republicans. Craig Hintz West Liberty Physical Education. Darrell Hjortshoj Monroe, la. Physical Education. Richard Hlavek Palos Park, III. Physical Education. Basketball, intercollegiate; K-Club. John Hobbs Laddonia English. College Players. English Club, Oral Interpreters. Arnold Hoch Dallas, la. Business Administiation. Gregory Hodits r: ...... . Paris Accounting. Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Kappa Theta. treasurer; Student Mentor, Accounting Club. Bruce Hoehne Palmyra Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key, Gamma Delta, treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi, Accounting Club. John Hoffmann Queen City Biology. Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Zeta. Marjorie Hogenson Ethel Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA, W.R.A. WMMM 246 Northbrook, 111. Raytown James Holder Economics. Phi Kappa Theta. Gary Hollenberg Augusta History. Alpha Phi Sigma. Historical Society. Pre-Law. president; Young Democrats, president, publications director. Nancy Holman Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Dorm Council. Pamela Holt Bloomfield, la. Physical Education. Panhellenic Council, treasurer: Sigma Sigma Sigma, membership chairman; SNEA. Sophomore Class Officer, sec- retary. Office held Summer ' 66; Student Mentor; Young Democrats. Echo Staff, Student Union Public Relations Committee. Sharon Holtzman Kirksville Elementary Education. Cynthia Hoover Purdin Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Junior Class Officer, secretary. Don Hoover Purdin Physical Education. Basketball, intercollegiate. Doris Hoover Purdin Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, SNEA, W.R.A. Robert Hoover Centerville, la. Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Arnold Hopkins Troy Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, Circle K Club, Business Administration Club. Jacqueline Hopkins St. Louis Psychology. Delta Zeta. historian; Sophomare Class Officer, treasurer; Student Mentor, Psychology Club. Michael Hopkins Ankeny, la. Psychology. Alpha Phi Omega, College Players, Sigma Tau Gamma. Psychoiogy Club. Unionville Mathematics. Colhecon Club, SNEA, Wes- iey Foundation. Pamela House Burlington, la. History. Dorm Council, president: Historical Society, Sigma Kappa, philanthropy chair- man; SNEA. Class of 1969 Sydney Howe, Des Moines, la. Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Student Nurses Ass ' n., United Campus Christian Fellowship Charles Howes Hannibal Accounting. Accounting Club. Students confer and compare notes prior to attending class in Baldwin Hall as part of daily routine. Bob Hrstka Agriculture. Lawson Wayne Hubler Columbia Business Administration. Business Adminis- trationClub. Mary Hunt Centerville, la. Elementary Education. SNEA. Ann Hunter La Plata English. English Club. Panhellenic Council. Alpha Sigma Tau, president. 247 William L. Hunter Batavia, la. Accounting. Blue Key, Who ' s Who. Michael A. Hupfer Cedar Rapids, la. Political Science. Historical Society, Inter- fraternity Council, Junior Class Officer, Stu- dent Council. Tau Kappa F.psilon FXHO Staff, Sport, Editor. Linda E. Hutchcroft Elementary Education. Julia A. Hutchinson Physical Education. Mediapolis, la. Lineville, la. Linda K. Hutchison Fort Madison, la. Elementary Education. Regina M. Hyland, Des Moines, la. Art Education. Diane Griffin grabs a quick snooze during final exam week. Class of 1969 Dwight E. Hyle Agriculture. Hideko Itokaz Business Education. Unionville Okinawa Shirley J. Irwin History. Albia, la. Cynthia J. Irwin Art. St. Ann Marcia K. Irvin English. Trenton Dennis D. Inman Mathematics Education. Albia, la. Linda K. Jackson Speech. College Players, Oral Interpret ers. Pi Macon Kappa Delta. Robert L. Jackson Zoology. Alpha Phi Sigma, president. Blue Key, editor Chillicothe Pre-Osteopathic Club. Vernon E. Jackson Speech Correction. Beta Si president; Oral Interpreters, gma Psi, p treasurer. esiden St. Peters ; Gamma Delta, vice- Paul C. Jeffries Business Administration. Russell, la. Patricia A. Jarboe Elementary Education. Clarence Lester E. Jennings Zoology. New Madrid Paul R. Jensen Biology. Marshalltown, la. Anne E. Jerome Kirksville o H p mm Physical Education. PEM Club, W.R.A. y i W " i 248 I I _ jm vl ! ,»! John T. Jesaitis Brookfield Agriculture and Industrial Arts. Agriculture Club, Blue Key, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. Sarah R. Jesaitis Brookfield Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Lynna Johns Kirksville Art. Bobbie J. Johnson Evving History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Kappa. Carol Johnson La Plata Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Student Mentor, Who ' s Who. Jerry L. Johnson ... Freeport, 111. Psychology. B.S.U., president; Interfratcrnity Council, Kappa Alpha Psi, president, treasurer; Sophomore Class Councilman. Student Council. Karen S. Johnson Gibbs Physical Education. SNEA, W.R.A. Kenneth E. Johnson Lewistown Business Administration and Business Education. Business Adminis- tration Club, Pi Omega Pi. Larry D. Johnson Ottumwa, la. Industrial Arts. Regina A. Johnson Bloomfield, la. Elementary Education. Jack Johnston Paris Speech. Robert E. Johnston Birmingham, la. Business Administration. Business Administration Club, Tau Kappa Epsiion. Janette F. Jones Bevier Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Janice M. Jones Bevier Art. Art Club, treasurer; SNEA. Martin R. Jones New Cambria Art Education. Alpha Phi Omega, Art Club, Band, SNEA. Mary L. Jurgensen Clinton, la. Elementary Education. SNEA. Steven R. Justice Ankeny, la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega, corresponding secretary. Frank T. Kahl Medora, 111, Business Administration. John W. Kauzlarich Kirksville Zoology. Pre-Osteopathic Club, Track. Eileen M. Keegan Mechanicville, N. Y. Music Education. Aeolian Club, Band, Clarinet Choir, Orchestra, College Chorus. Linda J. Keen Moberly English. Sheryl A. Keeran Cedar, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Delta Zeta, SNEA, Student Mentor. Jerilyn K. Keim Hull. III. Business Education. Beta Tau Delta. B.S.U. Susan M. Kelly Albia, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed. Janice C. Kemp St. Louis Speech Correction. Panhellenic Council. Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA. Linda J. Kendall Ft. Madison, la. Elementary Education. James N. Kepros Marion, la. General Science. Kenneth M. Kielty Centerville, la. Political Science Alpha Kappa lambda. Young Democrats, president. 249 Cynthia Ann King Keystone, la. Physical Education. Student Mentor; W.R.A., AAHPER. Frederick Kingsolver Pleasant Hill Accounting. Blue Key, Accounting Club, Veterans Club. Shelby Kingsolver Warsaw, lnd. English. English Club, Kappa Delta Pi, MATE, NCTE. Phvllis Kirchner Stockport, [a. Business Education, Colhecon Club. Dorm Council. SNEA. Johnson Kituu Ken y a Mathematics. Susan Klump Warsaw, 111. Elementary Education. Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA, Student Mentor, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., vice-president. Deborah Kobos Mexico Physical Education. Delta Zeta, PEM Club, SNEA, Student Mentor, W.R.A. Wilma Koehn Fulton Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Elem. Majors Chorus. SNEA, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed. Kris Koestner Centerville, la. Social and Political Science. Stanley Kolkmeier St. Charles Music Education. Douglas Kollar Queen City Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma, vice-president; Blue Key. corresponding secretary; Who ' s Who, Accounting Club, president. Anthony Konski Penndel, Pa. Physical Education. Newman Club, PEM Club, Student Mentor. Student Social Committee, Young Democrats. Allen Kressman Philadelphia, Pa. Physical Education. Intercollegiate Basketball, Dorm Council, Young Republicans. Michael Kucera Garden Grove, la. Social Science. Dee Anne Kuhler Keytesville Business Education. Pi Omega Pi, SNEA, Who ' s Who, Young Re- publicans. David Kutzner Memphis Business Administration. Band,, Student Nurses Ass ' n., second vice- president; Business Administration Club, Circle K Club. Julie Ann Lademann Kirksville English. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key, treasurer, reporter; English Club, president; Gamma Delta, treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi. SNEA. Benjamin Lamaster Davenport, la. Social Science. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Walter Landis, Jr Bergenfield, N. J. Physical Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Ronald Lane St. Catherine Accounting. Accounting Club. Discussing notes after classes is a favorite student passtime in the Union. • « J T f© ' aj AiMLMfiA Sharon Lang Elementary Education. Columbia Jacqueline Lee LaPour Marshalltown, la. Sociology. Daniel Larkin Clinton, la. Political Science. Linda Rae Larson Oskaloosa, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Child- hood Ed., SNEA. Class of 1969 iJUAM f Clyde Wayne LaRue Laddonia Accounting and Business Administration. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key. Business Administration Club, parliamentarian; Accounting Club, Circle K. Ron F. Lary Lawson Agriculture and Mathematics. Agriculture Club. Intercollegiate Cross Country, Sigma Tau Gamma; Intercollegiate Track. Ronald Rex Latta . Keokuk, la. Business Administration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha Phi Omega. Sophomore Class Officer, president; Young Republicans. Linda Lauer Hurdland Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Cho- rus, SNEA, W.R.A., Young Republicans. Echo Staff. Donald Leavengood Dallas, la. Business Administration. Bernard Leeds Ankeny, la. Accounting. Randy Legendre Clinton, la. Social Science. SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Young Republicans. Howard Lentz Salisbury Mathematics. Stacey Lessey Philadelphia, Pa. Elementary Education. Diana Lewis Hannibal Spanish. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Cardinal Key, Romance Language Club, SNEA. Jami Lynne Lewis ... Overland Physical Education. Cardinal Key, PEM Club; Sigma Kappa, Student Mentor. Nancy Marie Lewis Ewing Elementary Education. Tommy Lewis Paynesville History. David A. Liddell Wayne, N. J. Business Administration. Nan-Hai Lin Taiwan Industrial Arts. Herman Lindeen . lA.Pfi Altoona, 111. Economics and History. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, secre- tary-treasurer; Phi Alpha Theta, vice-president. David E. Linquist . Keokuk, la. History. Phyllis Lindquist Kirksville Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. Robert Lindsay Hedrick, la. Business Administration. Band, Business Administration Club. Mary Ellen Liston Biggsville, 111. Elemetary Education. Dorm Council, Elem. Majors Chorus. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. Darrell Littrell New Cambria Industrial Arts. Johnny Hsun Liu Taiwan Chemistry. Carol Ann Livesay Paris Speech and Drama. College Players, historian; Oral Interpreters. Young Republicans. Joyce Kay Livingston Galesburg, 111. Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA. 251 Class of V)( ' ) nr» Admimy ra ' .or. Club. lotrwnursuY Kirr .4bood he pez Purdin f A Arlo I Linn Grow c American AMOCiatiori for Htii ' i. - c Margaret Losson .roe City rie Love Eoflidi EnfcUv ' Lowry Industrial Aru. La Plata Eugene Luck : .c Alpha Phi Onega sergeant XI I . ' je Edward Luedekjng Willow Spring, 111. r A Wayne LuecV Camp Point, 111. • n Luers Keota la Elementary Educauor ' Cbo- I - - ndatiofl, vic«-pf ewdeoi , College Chorus Pamela Luett •.tis Education F Robert L - f " e-Osieop»tby Diana Lundberg Clinton la Zionsville. Ind HurdLand John icwsvtfk , ' .A 111. rfttky Cour. » VL editor iur bo Staff, copy editor Judit pbell Mc- Ret •ton ' land Park. Kan. rifle b La Plata Sumner • president, repor " St Louis n (or Childhood F « Dora Cwnl, rAiJ i s Linda McCoy Lucerne Social Science. Alph.-. Dorm Council, Historical S ly. Kappa Delia Pi. SNF.A. Ph. Alpha Thcta. Paul McCray Kirksville Recreation Leadership Veteran Club, vice-president. Bev dent Library, Sherry McCray. Kirksville English. English Club NEMO Singers. Wesley Foundatior dent ' ■■ Michael McCruden Hannibal English. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Weekend suitcaser prepare for another departure. - £ ' 1MA Ho Doug McCullough Linda McCullough Elementary Education. Ronald McCullough History. Diane McDermott I ijcation. PEM Club. • Randall McFall History. Melvin McKie Kirksville Trenton nton Bergenfield. N J Dekalb. III. Fremont. la Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Irxerco([er a:e Baseba: Club. William McKinley Business Administration. W :. " .. M.Me;.-, II Business Administration. Milford. N J ■ ster Grove Margaret McNabb Green Cit Home Economics. Cardinal Key. Cotnecon Club, social chairman Kappa Omtcron Phi, vfce-oresideat. Alice McNeil Linneus Spanish. International Oub. Junior Class Officer, secretary; Romance Language Club. Mike McPheron Olney. III. Physical Education- IatercoflefuMe Basketball. K-Clnb. secretary James McRae Dorothy Maag Paul Maas Philadelphia Zootagy. Pre-Osteopathy. Pre-Osteoptathic Club, Young Engineers aad Trenton St. Louis Daniel Madden Business Adu i i ii u ration. ElJen Madsen Speech Correction. •erling. la Elk Horn. la. Larry Magruder Benny March Industrial Arts. - erl Kirksville Janice Mark Jeffery Marker Lincoln wood. Ill H.!- ' -fo-i ' i " ' Sii -i . Madca — -irxif HktsoricaJ Soce: Index Staff. Intensatiaaal Ctab. K-Oob. Radao Cl-e - ' ■ .-- --:-■. -.----.- • . •- Micky Martin Green Valley, 111. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau Gamma. Carolyn Mathis Macon Nursing. Student Nurses Association. Bobby Matney Des Moines. la. Psychology. Mary Matthew Kirksville Art Helen Mattice La Plata Speech. College Players, International Club, Oral Interpreters, his- torian Synapse, secretary. Alfred Maxfield Wentzville Industrial Arts. Alpha Phi Omega, vice-president and treasurer; I.A. Club, reporter; Sigma Tau Gamma, traesurer. Robert Maxwell What Cheer, la. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, 4-H Club. Rex May Milan Industrial Arts. Vernon Meinders Pella, la. Physical Education. Ching Yun Meng Taiwan Mathematics. Debra Lou Mercer Morton, 111. Business Education. Delta Zeta, treasurer; Business Administration Club. Touraj Meshkati Iran Economics. Constance Meyer Berkeley Physical Education. W.R.A. Jerry Meyer Cincinnati, O. Physical Education. Baseball, Football, tri-captain; MIAA All-Con- ference, Dorm Council, K-Club, Newman Club, PEM Club. Marilyn Meyer St. Louis Elementary Education. Virginia Miccio Bergenfield, N. J. Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNF.A. James Miers Paris Accounting. B.S.U., Clarinet Choir, Student Mentor. Joseph Milianta Chicago, 111. Special Education. Council for Exceptional Children. Beverly Jean Miller Ottumwa, la. Special Education. Beverly Louise Miller Centerville, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Earl Miller Greentop Zoology. Pre-Osteopathic Club, YES. Jerry Miller New Bloomfield Mathematics. Joseph Miller Kirksville Industrial Arts. Joan Mitchell . . . . La Plata Accounting. Accounting Club, secretary-treasurer. Peggy Mittler Marthasville Elementary Education. B.S.U.. Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA, W.R.A. Ronald Modavis Florissant Physical Education. Claire Moore St. Louis Special Education International Club, SNEA, Young Democrats, Psychology Club, Council for Exceptional Children. Mickey Moore Dexter, la. Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma, Senior Class Officer, councilman; Student Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon, treasurer; Accounting Club, vice-president and historian. --■i tiktiM o. c$ o i 254 If Robert Moore Mexico Sociology. Alpha Phi Sigma. Historical Society. Junior Class Officer, vice-president; Pre-Law, Student Social Committee. Young Demo- crats, vice-president; Psychology Club. Ruth Moore Moberly Elementary Education. Kathy Montgomery Novinger Linda Montgomery Novinger Art. Art Club, B.S.U., Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA. James Morgan Palmyra Physical Education. Mark Morgan . .... Ft. Madison, la. Art. Alpha Phi Omega. Art Club. Beta Tau Delta. SNEA. Mary Morgan Ft. Madison, la. Social Science. Historical Society. Newman Club. Mary Y. Morgan Sewal, la. Home Economics. Alpha Phi Sigma, Colhecon Club. Monty Morgan Ft. Madison, la. Art. Sandra Moritz Paris Home Economics. Cheryl Morrell Kirksville Nursing. Lynn Morrell Kirksville Physical Education. PEM Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Veterans Club, sergeant at arms. Ronald Morris Gorin Art. Art Club. Delbert Morrison Altamont Industrial Education. Class of 1969 Steven Morris Des Moines, la. Business Administration. Anita Morrow Wyaconda Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Dorm Council, SNEA. Coeds enjoy sunshine and brisk stroll. Lonny Morrow, Mt. Pleasant, la. Psychology. Blue Key, recording secretary; Kappa Delta Pi, Psychology Club, treasurer; Council for Exceptional Children, president. Richard Morrow Industrial Arts. Seymour, la. Carol Mosher Clinton, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA, Wesley Foundation. Alpha Sig- ma Tau. Noaleen Motter Kirksville English. Alpha Sigma Alpha, English Club, SNEA. 255 ■ I James Haven Mower, rVorridge, III. Business ration. Alpha Kappa Lambda, corresponding secretary; Alpha Phi Omega. Michael H. Moylan West Liberty, la IBP 1 aj Physical Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda 01 A Robert Mudrak, Saddlebrook, N. J | History. Alpha Phi Omega, Historical So- ciety, Interfraternity Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Arthur Henry Muensterman, Troy Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA. Michael K. Mulstay Marshalltown, la. Business Administration. David Allen Murray, Paramus, N. J. Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega Psychology Club, co-chairman. Warm refresher for a fall football game brings out warm re- Denis R. Murray Boone, la. freshments for enthusiastic fans. Accounting. Charlotte Susie Myers, Batavia, la, Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Tau. Al pha Phi Sigma. PEM Club. W.R.A., Wo af - f f ,- . men ' s College Basketball, captain (3 yrs.) r o " v r 111 - . f I Women ' s College Softball, captain; Wo J Wl L y J y men ' s College v o ' ' eyball. David A. Nachtweih St. Louis Mf History. Historical Society, Sigma Tau Gamma, SNEA. V David W. Navara Marshalltown, la. Business Education, Charles Erwin Neighbors Green City % English. English Club, Historical Society, SNEA, Young Republicans. Mary Lou Neil Downing Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Dorothy B. Nelson Fulton 11 . JHfeh, English. College Players. English Club, Oral Interpreters. Romance jfl A ■ ■ Language Club. J ' «IS H B • ' v Garrett Wayne Newman Livonia 11 " «B «■ r ' Accounting. . . Jm ZT v Etta Adell Newsom New Florence ■ Jr T k Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Cho- iB B, .. | rus, SNEA, Wesley Foundation, College Chorus. Linda Kay Nichols Moberly » SiMl " - L ' - ; - English. English Club, Sigma Kappa, SNEA. Hn?wKjisiC James Nicholson II Truro, la. fflk flfcfc English. r m William Edward Nicodemus Dumont, N. J. m 1 Jm • J Business Administration. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Student Social Com- mittee, Business Administration Club. Sharon Elaine Niece Kirksville Art. Judy Mae Niemeyer Bowling Green Physical Education. Beta Tau Delta, SNEA, W.R.A. 256 T « J » •»■ F . ,.- t .. « liitifc ririi tit ?» (TV i4lil4 tt Jeanine Ann Nill St. Louis English. English Club. Roger Wayne Nimmo . . . Monroe. la. Business Administration. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Business Administration Club. Richard John Nissing Wright City Industrial Education. Intercollegiate Cross Country. Ronald Henry Nissing Wright City Industrial Education. Intercollegiate Cross Country, SNEA. Michael Joseph Nixon Clinton, la. Physical Education. Stanley Bruce Noah Bucklin Accounting. Alpha Phi Sigma, Accounting Club, vice-president. Susanne Jean Nugent Kirksville Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi. Newman Club, treasurer; Pi Omega Pi, Student Mentor. Gary Claud Nuhn Macon Sociology. Elsie Marie O ' Bryan Elvins Psychology. B.S.U., Psychology Club, Philosophy Club. James Larry O ' Bryan Monroe City Business Administration. Agriculture Club. Sheryl V. O ' Day Ft. Madison, la. Elementary Education. David Charles Oehler Moravia, la. Business Administration. Hiroyuki Okada Japan Art. Art Club. Mary Olah Keokuk, la. Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi. Campus Crusade. Bert W. Ollie, Jr St. Louis Political Science. Interfraternity Council, Kappa Alpha Psi, Student Mentor Young Democrats. Donald Ross dinger Brookfield Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, Freshman Class Officer, president; Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sophomore Class Officer, councilman; Student Council, Young Democrats. Business Administration Club. Echo. Del Clifton Oliver Shelbyville Sociology. Linda D. O ' Neal Renick Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Dorm Council. PEM Club, secretary; SNEA, W.R.A., recorder. Melvin Louis O ' Neal Freeport, 111. History. Walter Harold Ornes Brashear Zoology. Paul D. Ozug Gary, Ind. Physical Education. Edward Thomas Painter Paris Business Administration. James Stephen Palko Whiting, Ind. Business Administration. College Players. Historical Society, Newman Club, SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Young Democrats. Business Ad- ministration Club. Harish Chhaganlal Pandya Tanzania History. Historical Society, Echo Staff, International Club. " David John Panther $ K Iowa City, la. Business Administration. ?- ' " t O - " • ' Kenneth Allen Parker Lombard, 111. Physical Education. Intercollegiate Baseball. Intercollegiate Basket- ball, Intercollegiate Football. K-Club. Leon Dean Partin Princeton Speech Education. Victoria Marie Patryla St. Louis Physical Education. Dorm Council, PEM Club, Student Mentor, W.R.A., Cheerleader, Wesley Foundation, Dorm Councilwoman. 257 Class of 1969 Orville H. Patten . . Kirksville logy. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Prc-Osteopathic Club. Mary Ann Pavlisin St. Louis Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Sigma Kappa SNEA, Sophomore Class Officer, secretary. Elizabeth Mae Payton Novinger Music Education. Aeolian Club, Band, secretary 3, president 4; NEMO ' s, Orchestra, Brass Choir, Concerto Program. Judith Ann Pearce Baring Nursing. Danville, 111. San Jose, Colo. Bloomfield, la. Ashland, 111. Agriculture. Agriculture Club, president; Alpha Kappa Lambda, house manager, recording secretary; Young Republicans, 4-H Club. Mac A. Pendelton Physical Education. Football, Wrestling. Maria De Los Perez English. Patrick A. Perry Physical Education. Jesse Alan Petefish Sandra Ann Petefish Canton Mathematics. Alpha Phi Sigma. Cardinal Key. College Ushers, Goo- GlePlex Society, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Stu- dent Mentor, Young Republicans, treasurer. Frank JefTerey Peterson Galesburg, 111. Special Education-Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega, PEM Club, SNEA, Council of Exceptional Children. Gary Paul Peterson Trenton Agriculture. Agriculture Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda, vice-president; Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Phi Sigma, Student Mentor, Who ' s Who, Young Republicans, vice-president. James Carl Peterson Art. Art Club, president. Roberta E. Peterson English. English Club. La Plata Ottumwa, la. John Eugene Pettit Centerville, la. Industrial Arts. Bernetta J. Phillips New Boston Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. Robert Wayne Phillips Mexico Mathematics. Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Phi Sigma. Dorm Council. GooGlePIex Society, SNEA, Student Mentor, Tau Kappa Epsilon, All-College Bowling League, secretary, treasurer. Robert W. Phillips St. Charles Physical Education. Rosalee Pickard Lancaster Music Education. Dennis Ray Pickering Unionville Geography. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society. Joyce Annette Pickering Unionville Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, Phi Alpha Theta. Sandra Kay Pieper Iowa City, la. Speech. College Players, Oral Interpreters. Nancy L. Pieske Milan History. B.S.U., Historical Society, SNEA. Joyce Evelyn Pinson Edina Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Curtis Linn Pirtle Chariton, la. Recreational Leadership. ifh .ff t i HM tvr T 258 m4K 1 - » J Wv Ruth pirtle ' Chariton, la. mm Z c ™k Elemenlarv Education. Stephanie Polhans Jk Wyaconda I w A j uaM " I English and Mathematics. New- I | r (fc. Wi 1 sni . " %| ■ H ' IP %■ A Barbara Poore Shelbina Business Administration. B.S.U., Collegiate 4-H Club. Paula Sue Porter Gait Spanish. Alpha Phi Gamma. Al- pha Phi Sigma. Index Staff, copy editor; International Club, sec- retary; Romance Language Club. L t Friday afternoon conversation includes Saturday evening party secretary, vice-president. ■ n j plans for college coed. Mfe. Jk fek MMMWk Sandra Potoskj 9 9M it fc Elementary Education. tL tt WW Jf _ PP 1 Sheri Povendo Kirksville W ■ P ™ L -:- ■ Physical Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, K-Dettes, PEM Club, SNEA. M Wf V Catherine Powell uoRsa .A £77. .. Trenton - English. English Club, Alpha Sigma Tau. Sharon Precht Mexico Business Administration. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Student Social Com- mittee. aBusba Premarasmee Thailand Spanish. International Club. Romance Language Club. Peggy Priebe Farmington, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed. j- Aj Mary Probasco Unionville t m i A§ ' Business Education. Daniel Pugh Palmyra Physical Education. Intercollegiate Football, K-Club, Phi Sigma Ep- MMm jjjPKk Gaye Quaranto ■ • ■ ■ Macon z | TOa Nursing. lantsrfi ia ' p " «« " Jerry Quigley Unionville i ' k g ? ' V W Accounting. f LJ% jm V k Marcella Quigley Silex XmrnrntdMr If - EnE ' ish ' ' ' ivjH -V ' .§ Dale Rauer Brookfield i : t W i Physical Education. I , V i _ Gary Ray Marshalltown, la. JMtt± Physical Education Alpha Phi Sigma, IntercolIegiaK Baseball PEM f Club, Phi Kappa Theta. ■ - Billy Reed Elsberry ,. Industrial Education. Alpha Phi Omega. Industrial Arts Club, Junior _ Class president, Senior Class president; Sigma Tau Gama. V 01 MH Hi Jennifer Reed 1 a Belle JUmW M W B _ - - ' ' J-irM Elemental Education li S I ' , Cardinal kn. Ass ' n foi ia a m w ' Wm Ed - ' Kappa Deita Pi; snea - ■ ■% M H ; V " Jjix Martin Reiss New York City, N. Y. ■Aj l U I History. Historical Society, Young Democrats, Philosophy Club. £m _ 9mk jt L , Hk Garv Reneker Douds, ■ % JKQk 09 r Industrial Arts. -t mji » I l ' fl -J ' «- ' Diana Reynolds La Plata J -J " .• ' T . - y. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi. - W Na V- William Reynolds La Plata ' TM . m m _ J M Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key, Pi Omega Pi. , ' ' fc J$ MW M MM M Jerry Richardson ■▲ jfl Physical Education. SNEA. i. IN !■■ 259 Joyce Richardson Brunswick Business Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, SNEA. Lee Richardson Brunswick Physical Education. Joanne Ridgeway Mexico Home Economics Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Colhecon Olub, pres- ident; Kappa Delta Pi, Wesley Foundation. Marilyn Roberts St. Louis English. Jacquelyn Roberts Silex Vocational Home Economics. Colhecon Club, W.R.A.. Kappa Omi- eron Phi. Cecil Robertson Brashear Mathematics. Mary Robertson Wyaconda Physical Education. PEM Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma. SNEA, WRA. Pamela Robertson Marceline An Education. Art Club, SNEA. Judith Robinson Trenton Biology, Stanley Robinson Waukegan, 111. Psychology. Ronald Rogers O ' Fallon Mathematics. Alpha Phi Omega, secretary, vice-president, president; Sigma Tau Gamma. David Romberg Quincy, 111. Business Education. Alpha Phi Omega, Beta Sigma Psi, president, rush chairman; Gamma Delta, vice-president; K-Club, reporter; Stu- dent Council, vice-president; Student Social Committee, chairman; Intercollegiate Tennis, co-captain; Who ' s Who, Business Administra- tion Club. Steven Rose Kirksville Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, College Players, vice- president; Historical Society, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Young Democrats, treasurer; Business Administration Majors Club, Psychology Club, Ice House Players. Jean Rowland Perry Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Modern Dance Club, Public Re- lations Committee. Beverly Rubey Brighton, la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. Newman Club, PEM Club, Student Mentor, W.R.A., vice-president; Alpha Sigma Tau, custodian; Field Hockey Team, captain. Mark Rubin Trenton, N. J. Physics. Thomas Rusert Hamburg, N. Y. Speech. Oral Interpreters, Student Social Committee. Joyce Rush Corydon, la. Art Education. William Russell Moberly Industrial Arts. Terry Rutherford Vandalia Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Class of 1969 Post dinner workout on Violette field for energetic Dobson Hall residents. o Richard Rutherford Montgomery City Industrial Arts. Judy Salter Brashear Elementary Education. Barbara Sandberg W. Burlington, la. English. Roy Sandberg, Centerville, la. Special Education. SNEA, Council for Exceptional Children. M h | ft fli ft P Eleanor Sanders Social Science. Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta. O Cv Q- £ bftlJU Kirksville Des Moines, la. John Saylor General Science Education. SNEA. Sylvia Saylor Davenport, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. SNEA. David Schebell N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Physical Education. Intercollegiate Baseball, Intercollegiate Basket- ball, Phi Sigma Epsilon, K-Club. fraternity sports chairman. Larry Schieni Business Education. Sigma Tau Gamma Salisbury SNEA. Alan Schilmoeller Business Administration. Granville, la. Carl Schnidt Business Administration, ness Administration Clul Aeolian Club, Hannibal Band. Clarinet Choir, Busi- Terry Scheekloth Accounting. Accounting Club. Ely, la. Stephen Schneider Biology Education. Kirksville James Schueller Business Administration. Davenport, Business Administration Club. la. Fred Schultz Davenport, la. Accounting. Robert Schutte Business Administration. Agricu lture Clt Mexico ib, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Joy Schweitzer Elementary Education. SNEA. Ass ' n. Columbus City, for Childhood Ed.. Newman la. Club. William Schwieder Social Science. Davenport, la. Larry Scott Art. SNEA, Young Democrats. Blairsburg, la. Lowell Seaman Biology. Vienna, Va. Susan Sefrit Morton Grove, 111. Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed. John Sehrt OTallon Industrial Education. Industrial Arts Club, SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Young Democrats, Intramurals. James Seitz Brookfield Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Ron Selkirk Alton, HI. Psychology. Alpha Kapppa Lambda, Psychology Club. Student Social Committee, Intercollegiate Tennis, Who ' s Who, Young Democrats. Myrtis Selser Elementary Education. Will Selser Kirksville Biology. Alpha Phi Sigma, Band, Blue Key, president; Sigma Zeta; Who ' s Who. Michael Sertterh Mathematics. Kendell Sevits Industrial Alls. Kirksville Ottumwa, la. Kirksville 261 Rahim Shaghafi Iran Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts lub. International I lub Candid.! Shaw Downing Elementary Education. Diane Shields Hazelwood Upha Sigma Alpha, recording secretary; K- urer; PI M lub, SNEA, W.R.A. Joe Shilt Newtown Industrial Arts. John Shilt Newtown Industrial Arts. Donald Shirkej Illinois City, 111. Psychology. College Players, NEMO Singers, Oral Interpreters, Psy- lub. Philosophy Club. Jon Sholes Center Point, la. English. Blue Key, English Club, SNEA. Karen Shreffler Nursing. Rapid City, S. D. Edward Sick St. Louis Speech Correction. Newman Club, Oral Interpreters. SNEA, ECHO Photographer ' 68. Donna Simmons Hillcrest Heights. Md. French. Alpha Phi Sigma, SNEA. Donna Simpson English. Nelda Sims Elementary Education. St. Louis Kirksville Paris Trenton Sharyn Skaggs Home Economics. Colhecon Club. Young Democrats. Richard Skinner Elementary Education. Andrew Skinta III Gary, Ind. Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega. Industrial Arts Club, Newman Club. Pre-Law, Student Social Committee, Tau Kappa Ep- silon, Business Administration Club. Charlotte Sloan Albia, la. Speech. Rick Sloan Pella, la. English. Carolyn Slofkosky Lovilia, la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, PEM Club. W.R.A. Nancy Sloggett Rockford, 111. Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA, Wesley Foundation, W.R.A. Andrea Smith Clarksville Nursing. College Ushers, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Student Mentor, SNA, Student Social Committee, ECHO Staff. Christopher Smith Physics. Douglas Smith Kirksville Physical Education. Alpha Phi Omega, PEM Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, SNEA. James Smith Accounting. Accounting Club, Alpha Kappa Lambda Janet Smith St. Louis Physical Education. Normal, 111. ■na Epsilon, Moberly Milan Michael Smith inling. Accounting Club. Michael Smith Chariton, la. Special Education. Alpha Kappa Lambda. Council for Exceptional t mldren, treasurer. Ronald Smith Physical Education. Gary Smoot San Bernardino. Cal. Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Chicago, 111 o, fe. ft (TTi f rSj _ _ 262 Joseph Snook, Jr Queen City English. John Sommerkamp O ' Fallon Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Marsha Sommers Canton Physical Education. Caryle Sorenson Social Science. Yvonne South Elementary Education. Brashear Keokuk, la. Randall Sowka Palatine, 111. Biology. Agriculture Club, American Institute of Biological Sciences. Ardith Spencer Home Economics. Colhecon Club, SNEA. Gary Spencer Sociology. SNEA. Trenton Trenton Pamela Spencer St. Louis Elementary Education. Dorm Council, Kappa Delta Pi, president; SNEA, Alpha Sigma Tau. William Spratt Williamsburg, la. Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Lynda Steele Keokuk, la. Psychology. College Players, Oral Interpreters, Psychology Club Philosophy Club. Sonya Stender Davenport, la. Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Chorus. Janice Stephenson New London Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA, W.R.A.. Lonnie Stephenson Snyder Industrial Arts. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key Industrial Arts Club. Class of 1969 Kirksville weather proved to be dangerous for ECHO photog- rapher on assignment. Virginia Stephenson Sumner . . ■ Elementary Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi. Wesley Stevens Colfax Sociology. John Stewart Brunswick Social Science. Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, Newman Club, SNEA. ,J j3» «.W Albert St. Clair Mathematics. Wyaconda O tiktik Julann Stickney Renick Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma. PEM Club, ways and means chairman; SNEA, W.R.A., president. David Stockwell Accounting. Gary, Ind. 263 Edward G. Stockwell Brookfield English. Alpha Phi Omega, College Players, Sigma Tau Gamma. Joyee N. Stomberg St. Louis Business Education. Alpha Sigma Alpha. SNEA, Beta Sigma Phi. Carol Allen Stone Cedar Rapids, la. Industrial Arts. Robert Lynn Stone Foley Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, B.S.U., Phi Sigma Epsilon. Carole J. Stookey Art. Kirksville Cheryl Jo Strayhall, Davenport, la. Speech Correction. Dorm Council, United Campus Christian Fellowship, Wesley Foun- dation. C.E.C. Rodney Bruce Struss Art display includes handicrafts. Davenport, la. Biology. Thomas Lord Stuckey La Junta, Colo. . ., « -« " v S x Mathematics and Physics. GooGlePlex So- Class of 1969 — James Paul Suchsland Marion, la. Zoology. Cynthia Alice Suter Moberly Elementary Education. Pre-Law, SNEA. Martha Elaine Suter Wyaconda Elementary Education. B.S.U., Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Gene Swanson Blue Grass, la. Business Administration. Jennie Swarthout Wellsville + m . Business Education. ■MHM| Paul Sweitzer Muscatine, la. % m . lj " • Industrial Arts. ,- If . Judy D. Switzer Bucklin Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Wesley Foundation. Jerry O. Sylvara Kirksville Physical Education. Football. John A. Szofran, Jr. ... Fenton Physical Education. Baseball, Men ' s PEM Club. Mary E. Taliaferro Hannibal Physical Education. Alfred Tamberelli Wood Ridge, N. J. Biology. John C. Tarbet Shelby ville I M Political Science. Band, Young Democrats. ■ M BL MUM 264 © = w. , iff, $ ©L 9 George M. Taylor Fulton Sociology. ' I Janice K. Taylor Kirksville Biology. Delta Zeta, Sigma Zeta. Stephen A. Taylor Hampton, la. Biology. Tom R. Taylor Clinton, la. Business Education. " Mary K. Teel Revere Elementary Education. Darien B. Teeter Brookfield English and History. Alpha Phi Omega, Historical Society. Inter- fraternity Council. Oral Interpreters. SNEA, president, state president; Tau Kappa Epsilon, president; Who ' s Who, Young Democrats, presi- dent. Arthur L. Thomas New London Business Administration. Alice N. Thompson La Plata Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Delta Zeta. Elem. Majors Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi. Gary F. Thompson La Plata Agriculture. James D. Thornton Walcott, la. History. Historical Society, SNEA. Richard W. Thurlo Browning Social Studies. Historical Society, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta. Earl D. Tipton Queen City Industrial Arts. Gerald J. Toal Florissant Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Edward Todd Powersville Industrial Arts. Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Phi Sigma, Industrial Arts Club, SNEA. Lois E. Toedebusch High Hill Physical Education. Dorm Council, Gamma Delta, PEM Club, Wo- men ' s Recreation Ass ' n. Richard R. Tohlen Springfield, III. Physical Education. Judy K. Tolly Purdin Mathematics Education. Eunice E. Toops Kahoka Vocational Home Economics. Geraldine M. Toth Foristell Business Education. Newman Club. John R. Tracy Winterset. la. History. Paul V. Tracy Davenport, la. Business Administration. Band, Gamma Delta. Janice E. Travis Atlanta Physical Education. PEM Club. SNEA. Lynne M. Trisco Western Springs, 111. Business Education. Student Social Committee. Young Republ Barbara A. Trost St. Louis Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Dorm Council. Elem. Majors Chorus, Sigma Kappa, SNEA, Student Mentor. Edna R. Trump Trenton Art. Kai-Shung Tse China Chemistry. International Club. Motonobu Tsutsumi Japan Mathematics. Jonell Tucker St. Charles Nursing. Student Mentor, Student Nurses Ass ' n. 265 Victory Tucker Frankford Elemental Alpha Sigma Alpha, Ass ' n for Childhood Ed., lien Tudeen Springville, la. ilture. Agriculture t lub. Carolyn rurnbaugh Louisiana ■ntai Education, Ass ' n for . hildhood Ed., k.ippa Delta Pi, SN1 Janet Turner Canton ion. Aeolian Club, Band, NEMO Singers, Orchestra. Pi Omi ga Pi. Konra Turner Mexico I lementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Elem. Majors Cho- rus, Sigma Sigma Sigma, SNEA. Sandra Turner Kirksville Elemental Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., Elem. Majors Cho- SNEA. Palmyra Stanley Turner Industrial Arts. Ronald Tuttle Kirksville Industrial Arts. Freshman Class Officer, vice-president; Industrial Arts Club. James Tyler Palmyra Accounting. Kappa Alpha Psi, Accounting Club. Reeta Utley West Liberty, la. Physical Education. PEM Club, SNEA, W.R.A. James Utterback Macon Business Administration. Business Administration Club. Frederick Vanderhoof Denville, N. J. History. Alpha Phi Sigma. Historical Society. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, Judo Club. Moravia, la. Tracy, la. Marie Van Dorin Home Economics. Lorraine Van Essen Business Education. Samuel Van Sant Clinton, la. English. Doris Varns Moberly Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi, NEMO Singers, Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed. Steven Verdon Biology. Dennis Vickers History. Donna Vignovich Clinton, la. Ewing Des Moines, Te History. Alpha Phi Sigma. Delta Zela, Gamma Delta. Historical Society, Panheltenic Council, president; Young Democrats, secretary; Phi Alpha Theta. Collinsville, 111. Phyllis Viviano 2_2 £ Special Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma, corresponding secretary; SNEA, Council for Exceptional Children. Class of 1969 Graduation marks the end and the beginning of a new life for hundreds of students. V ■ »- ' ' tiifcii ;- ' -■■ David Von Yeast Cedar Rapids, la. Business Administration. Business Administration Club, reporter. Stanley Vyvial, Staunton, 111. Psychology. SNEA. Psychology Club. Z Willis Wade Industrial Arts. Kirksville Kristine Wagner Washington, la. Elementary Education. L. mm Paul Wagner La Grange Park, 111. Polilical Science and Economics. Alpha Phi Omega, Freshman Class Officer, president; INDEX Staff, Interfraternity Council, treasurer and vice-president; Newman Club, vice-president; Sigma Tau Gamma, recording secretary; SNEA, Student Mentor, Student Social Com- mittee, Chairman of the National Model United Nations. Ralph Wagner Deerfield, 111. Botany-Zoology. Intercollegiate Football, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Wesley Foundation, Intercollegiate Wrestling. Larry Walker Wayland Accounting. Accounting Club. Richard Walker Palmyra Industrial Arts. Dennis Wallin Spirit Lake, la. Business Administration. Charles Wallingford Farmington, la. Business Administration. Alpha Phi Omega, Interfraternity Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Young Democrats. Randall Walston New Sharon, la. Business Administration and Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Blue Key, Business Administration Club, vice-president. Robert Wang Chemistry. International Club. Taiwan Phyllis Warden Brookfield Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed., SNEA. Edward Warner Farmington, 111. Social Science. Ann Waters Huntsville Home Economics. Marjorie Waters Huntsville Physical Education. Beta Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, PEM Club, W.R.A. Thomas Waters Business Education. Nancy Watkins Art. Art Club. Thomas Watson Industrial Arts. Huntsville Atlanta Ft. Madison, la. Trenton Woodrow Watson Speech. B.S.U., INDEX Staff, Oral Interpreters Gary Watts Elsberry Physical Education. Intercollegiate Baseball, K-Club. PEM Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Earnest Webber Unionville Industrial Arts. Rose Mary Weibel Denver. Colo. Elementary Education. Newman Club. Carol Weir St. Louis Sociology. Dorm Council. International Club, SNEA. Philosophy Club. Terry Weis Florissant Zoology. K-CIub. Phi Sigma Epsilon, corresponding and recording sectetary, Intercollegiate Track. Laura Weitman Elementary Education. La Belle Donna Wells Speech Correction. Bettendorf, la. Kenneth Wells Physical Education. PEM Club, president. Pacific James Welsh Glenwood Business Administration. Sigma Tau Gamma, Business Administration Club president. Brian Wendelschaefer N. Kingstown, R. T. Political Science. Alpha Phi Omega, president and vice-president; Alpha Phi Sigma, Historical Society, vice-president: SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon, pledge trainer. Robert Wennekamp Marion, la. Elementary Education. Lance Wessling Shelbina Biology - Pre-Osteopathy. Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Zeta. vice-presi- dent; Wesley Foundation. Young Engineers and Scientists, president and vice-president; Phi Lambda Chi. 267 Gloria Weyand S( - Louls Xl , | . relarj . Vss ' n foi I hildhood Ed , ludenl Council. ticasurer; Smdent Social Committee, ECHO Staff, ' 67- ' 68. Sandra Whelan Malta Bend h Dorm Council, English Club, SNEA. Russell Wheeler Kirksville Business Admini (ration Business Administration Club. Steven Whip] Batavia. la. AglH Jean Whisler Centerville, la. Psychology. Psychology Club. Ronald Whitacre Lancaster Mathematics. Marshall Whitaker Hannibal Mathematics. Mary Jo White Quincy. 111. Elementary Education. SNEA, Young Democrats, junior marshal. Barbara Whitener St. Louis Business Administration. Young Democrats, Business Administration Club. Mark Whiteside Alton, 111. History. Wesley Foundation, Philosophy Club. Marcia Whitt Fairfield, la. Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Caidinal Key, Kappa Delta Pi, secretary; PEM Club, Student Mentor. W.R.A. Thomas Whittaker Moberly History. Historical Society. Walter Wilber Syracuse, N. Y. Special Education. Priscilla Wiley O ' Fallon Home Economics. Danny Wilford Trenton Psychology. B.S.U.. Historical Society, International Club, SNEA, Psychology Club, Philosophy Club. Linda Wilhoit Quincy, 111. Elementary Education. Beta Tau Delta, treasurer; Ass ' n. for Child- hood Ed., Elem. Majors Chorus, SNEA. Carol Williams Wentzville Home Economics . Colhecon Club. James Williams Ottumwa, la. General Science. Jimmie Williams Brashear Biology. Joan Williams St. Louis Speech Correction. John Williams Bergenfield, N. J. Zoology. Marilyn Williams Kirksville Home Economics. Colhecon Club, Student Mentor. Ida Wilsey St. Clair Elementary Education. Wesley Foundation. Allen Wilson Lancaster Agriculture. Agriculture Club. Brewer Wilson Des Moines, la. Business Administration. Business Administration Club. All College Bowling League, president. Carol Wilson Kansas City Speech. Edward Wilson Ft. Madison, la. Business Education. SNEA. Ellen Wilson Hannibal Physical Education. Alpha Phi Sigma, Band, Kappa Delta Pi I ' l M Club, W.R.A. 268 Spickard Knox City Burlington, la. Kenneth Wilson Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club. Mary Wilson General Science. Kappa Delta Pi. Michael Wilson History. Historical Society. Nancy Wilson Brookfield Elementary Education. Ass ' n. for Childhood Ed.. Elem. Majors Chu- rus, SNEA. Phillip Wilson Queen City Business Education. Aeolian Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Band, SNEA, Business Administration Club Patricia Wise Dumont. N. J. Physical Education. PEM Club, historian; W.R.A.. Field Hockey Team. Hugh Wiss Business Administration. Larry Woldridge Industrial Arts. Keokuk, la. Trenton Lvnne Wolf Greentop Music. Aeolian Club. Alpha Phi Sigma, Band, Cardinal Key. Or- chestra. Kathleen Woods Moulton, la. Accounting, Alpha Phi Sigma, Accounting Club. Phil Wormsley Kirksville Social Science. Alpha Phi Omega, Intercollegiate Baseball. K-Club. Sigma Tau Gamma, SNEA, Sophomore Class Officer, president; Stu- dent Council, president; Student Mentor. James Wright Physical Education. Kirksville Terry Wyeth Center Point, la. Biology. Football. Intercollegiate. Donald Yates Mathematics. Queen City Class of 1969 Last minute instructions are given by Marching 100 Director, Tom Duden. Robert Young St. Louis Physical Education. Intramural Track and Cross Country. Joseph Yowell Perry Industrial Education. International Club. Helen Zeiler Udell, la. Elementary Education. Kappa Delta Pi. Jane Zentz Hurdland Nursing. Alpha Phi Sigma. Kappa Delta Pi, Student Nurses Ass ' n. James Zuroweste St. Charles Mathematics. Alpha Phi Sigma. GooGIePlex Society, INDEX Staff, Sigma Zeta. SNEA, first vice-president. Terry Zybarth Muscatine. la. Physical Education. SNEA, Tau Kappa Epsilon. 269 Junior class officers are (left) Gary Derby, president; Car- roll Tankesley, treasurer; Dan Dorsey, vice-president; Cindy Walter, secretary; Pat Reilly, councilwoman; and Rjck__Elkin, councilman. Class of 1970 Sunny Ackermann Peggy Adelstein Keumars Ahdieh Madhat Ahmed Twila Albertson Carla Albrecht Ruth Alderton Dennis Allgood Brenda Anderson Carolene Anderson Davenport, la. St. Louis Roger Anderson William Anderson Deardra Anliker Richard Applefeld Beverly Armstrong Chariton, la. Moberly Webster City, la. Glendale. N. Y. Kirksville Donna Atkins Vicky Austin ...... Mary L. Badaracco Ronald Bailey Larry Bair Mexico Cairo Mexico Mystic, la. Harleysville. Pa. Becky Baker Ronald Baker Brenda Ballew Marj Jo Banta Sterck Barnes Kirksville . Memphis Fayette Englewood, N. J. Fort Madison, la. m Barnett Shirley Barnett . Bartley Patricia Bales Linda Bauer Gait Bettendorf, la. Fulton Sumner Ottumwa, la. Shirley Baughei Harold Bauswell Susan Bauswell Barbara Baum Phillip B:. Gait Keokuk, la. Rock Island. 111. Des Moines, la. Centerville, la. 270 f!S fa A IS Q a — ' £11 0£) o Q f David Bean . David Beaty .■£•■ • " Amy Beaver - - Bruce Beaver Rosanna Behle David Behn ,. , Gary Belfield MC June Bell Nancy Bell Mary Benson Bob Bever James Bideaux Michael Binning Carolyn Blake James Blankenship Charles Blazicek Patricia Blodgett Jim Bodine Maria Bond Doris Boshart Arlene Bowen Richard Bowers Michael Bowles Sharon Brakensiek Deborah Brammer William Brand Wanda Brewer Carol Bridges John Bringer " " Daniel Brooks t Rita Brown Rande Bryan Nancy Bryant Jerry Buhr Patricia Burch Thomas Burg Kenneth Burnham Carol Burrus Donald Burrus Deborah Burt Stephen Burton Daniel Butler Daniel J. Butler Randy Butler - ' S- ( John Bybee Betty Byrd Fran Caldwell John Caldwell Danny Calhoun Joyce Cain Madison Mt. Sterling, la. , Hannibal Hannibal Elsberry St. Louis La Plata St. Louis Moberly Carbondale. III. Fort Madison, la. Argyle, la. Van Wert, la. Minburn, la. Brookfield St. Louis Kirksville Florissant Cairo Wayland, la. Novelty Kirksville Appleton City Wright City Alexandria Fayette Westbrook, Me. Centerville, la. Palmyra Moravia, la. Anita, la. Mooresville Centerville, la. Waterloo, la. Stockport, la. Decatur, III. Moberly Memphis Baring Fulton Bloomfield, la. Pittsfield, III. Bridgeton Union ville Cairo Greenlop Shelbina Morning Sun. la. Swan, la Ollie, la. 271 Roger L. I Lavad.i M Calise irerl Pamela G. ( mipbell Dorothy L. t anatsey Stephen C. Carlson Startle} I . Casady Dallas M. Cathey loj I . Chaffee William Chaloupecky Patricia A. Chandler Danny L. Chapman Duane S. Charles Stephen B. Chatten Linda L. Chloupek Ridgeway Kirksville Saverton Fairfield, la. Hunnewell Rockford, 111. Bucklin Hedrick, la. Luckey, O. . . St. Louis St. Louis Burlington, la. Mexico Kirksville Huntsville Linda I. Christy Milan Julie A. Clapp La Belle Mary L. Clark St. Louis Marilyn P. Clary Edina Dennis L. Clermont Kirkwood Ken P. Clow, Jr. Ottumwa, la. Marilyn R. Cokerham La Plata Bruce E. Colyer Bloomfield, la. Gerald R. Cooper Meadville Craig R. Cosgrove Albia, la. Connie M. Cossey Jack D. Couchman Barbara M. Covey Dale D. Cox . Howard L. Cox Buddy W. Craft Lois S. Cragen Willa M. Cragen Paul B. Craig ....-, Verry L. Crank MK.O . Andrew J. Crist Mary F. Crist Ruth Ann Cruse Wendell Cunningham Allan R. Curtis St. Ann Powersville Trenton St. Anthony, la. Clarence Chillicothe Frankford Center Ballwin Hannibal Kirksville Columbia Granite City, III. Nauvoo, 111. Mystic, la. Marlys Dailey Evelyn E. Daley John A. Daniels Randy C. Darnall Bettie J. Darwent Frank A. Davey Judith Ann Davis Marilyn J. Davis Victor W. Davis Sherrill L. DeJong . . . . Eldon, la. Waynesville Kirt ille Burlington, I . Clark AZ Meadville Lineville, la. Lewistown Kearney New Sharon, la. f? § © l 9. • 1 fRf r C 4 272 Richard L. Demarest James E. Demry Gerald A. Derby James M. Derr Brookfield Sewal, la. Ottumwa, la. Keokuk, la. A favorite spot of most College students is the Student Union building. Wheeling Seymour, la. T»«S f+ m } £ w £) tt o o £| |p A £ EC " . v — - 9 1 Michael J. Dickerson Catherine A. Dickson Ruby K. Ditmars Donald R. Dixon Herbert 0. Dixon Ottumwa, la. Atlanta Greentop Unionville Oskaloosa, la. Michael A. Dolan Grayce M. Donovan Danny E. Dorsey Zelma K. Dowell Allan W. Dreyer Kirksville Chillicothe Fort Madison. la. Chillicothe Warrenton Daniel J. Dullea Dorothy M. Dwyer Eugenia M. Dwyer Elizabeth A. Early Kathryn L. Easley . Peabody, Ma. Silex Silex Baring Novelty Gary A. Edginton . . „- „ Albia, la. ■Ricky L. Elkin - S et-K ' ! Hedgerick, la. Sally M. Ellenberger Bloomfield. la. Linda K. Ellis Appleton City Linda S. Ellis Dallas. Tex. Mary J. Engel Jack D. Eno William R. Enyeart Donald R. Erikstrup Gary F. Everman St. Charles Sheffield, la. Laclede Rosemount, Minn. Allerton, la. Richard L. Farley William W. Farmer Linda J. Farr Pamela Farrington Glenn A. Fast Kirksville Kirksville Kirksville Albia. la. Kirksville Ronald D. Feltz St. Charles James F. Ferguson Foristell Helen Irene Finley Green City Melva Forsythe , High Hill " Donald Wayne Fosse " Brookfield 273 Bern Jo i oiidree Ruth Fonts -David Fox » A Carol Freeman Elizabeth Fry John Fry Robert Fuka Rouen;. Funkenbusch Francine Fyc Michael Gantt Pauletta Garr Churles Garris Linda Gaus Barry Gentile Janice Gentile John Gibson Goldie Gilbert Michael Gilbert Larry Gilds Joyce Gilkerson James Gingrich Celia Glaser Claire Glover Lora Golden Helen Jo Goldman Edna Gonnerman Rodney Good Bruce Gosser Robert Greve Martha Griffin tAW O £ Sylvia Grishaber Jamie Grosso Nancy Groves ■ Richard Gustafson DfOC " rWV 9 ' eor fs Huntsville Marceline Hannibal Salisbury Callao St. Louis Kirksville Cicero Tavlor Ollie. la. La Grange Ottumwa, la. Mineral Ridge, O. Lewistown Jennings St. Louis Bloomfield, la. Bowling Green St. Louis Marion, la. Ottumwa, la. Clarence Huntsville Hannibal Donnellson, la. St. Charles Hurdland Bloomfield, la. Lancaster Schiller Park, III. Wheaton, III. Cedar Rapids, la. . . . . Lexington Meadville Des Moines, Ta. mm rA4 ± O £) O A @ 0k M A ■ w f fi «9 - !• Class of 1970 Waiting and watching plays a big part in the Student Union games room. Patricia Haak Ronald Hack Moberly LJniversity City Deborah Hagerla Loretta Hale Judie Hall Larry Hammerbacher Washington, la. Vandalia Hurdland Raytown O i V . " f F- W«-r ? 1 " ,% f |»« l b«K f| Joyce Hanna Debbie Hansbrough Deanna Harris Karen Harris Sandra Harrison Margaret Hartley Carol Hartsock William Hays Linda Hearst Martha Hedgecock Carol Helenthal Mary Helenthal Connie Henderson Dennis Hendren Sharlene Henkle Kenneth Heppermann Pamela Hepworth Yvonne Hepworth Linda Hervey Wendy Herzberger George Hess James Hessel Robert Higgins Cheryl Hightower Steve Hilkowitz Debra Hilpert Steven Hilton Brenda Hinton Robert Hitchcock Linda Hixenbaugh Lonnie Holder " " Harry Holderieath Deborah Hols Sandra Hoover Ronald Hopphan Linda Horton Karen House Leandra Hubbard Joan Hudgel Wayne Huff Mary Jo Hulse Virginia Huston Oran Hutchison Argena Hutton Judith Ingerson Mexico Monroe City Unionville . . Salisbury St. Peters Bethany . . . Novelty Stoutsville St. Louis Centerville, la. . Hamilton, III. Fort Madison, la. Milton, la. La Plata Centerville, la. Troy Marshalltown, la. Callao Agency, la. Collinsville, III. St. Louis Florissant Keokuk, la. Novinger Philadelphia. Pa. Arbela New Virginia, la. Moberly Davenport, la. Cedar Rapids, la. ... . Madison Bethel Farmington. la. Centerville, la. Walcott, la. Bay Shore, N. Y. St. Louis St. Louis Fairfield, la. Keosauqua, la. Center Hannibal Moulton, la. Hedrick, la. Marceline Pamela Isely • Medill Janna Itschner . Perry Carla Jackson . . Fulton " Art James X6 TQ£kr , ,S f.i«?r .C Shelbina Linda James Hannibal 275 Athanasios larvis Barbara I. Jenkins no A. Jensen Clinton S. Jerome Linda M. Jett St. Louis Kirksville Clinton, la. Eureka Paris Trenton St. Louis Albia. la. Madith J. Johnson • - ■ , . i , St, Charles Morris O. Johnson .$- ■ 1.-H = $ Defiance " Tslancy L. Johnson Queen Citv Patrick E. Johnson Cheryl A. Jones Derry D. Jones Elna B. Jones Perry Clarence Mercer New Cambria Janet M. Jones Larry D. Jones Michael L. Jones Sharon L. Jones Stanley A. Jones Davenport, la. Wheeling Davenport, la. Carthage, III. St. Louis William E. Jones William E. Jones Susan M. Joyce Ronda R. Judd Robert E. Junda Van Wert, la. Farber Medford, N. Y. Lancaster Garfield, N. J. Jeannine Jurgensen Prole, la. George J. Kaleta Elizabeth A. Kane David L. Kapfer Calumet City. 111. Marion, la. Judy K. Kapfer Arbela Beverly C. Kearse Carolyn A. Keith John R. Kelsick Janice M. Kenney Linda L. Kenyon Glenwood Middletown, N. J. Montgomery City Coatsville Moberly Shephen E. Kilcoyne Gregory P. Kirk James C. Kirks Loren R. Klahs Larry A. Knop Mexico Exira, la. Montgomery City St. Louis St. Louis Franklin Knowles Richard W. Knutson Songsri Kraturerk Chai-Hy Ku Dean J. Kurtz Bahamas Chapin, 111. Thailand Taiwan Brighton, la. Carol Ladelski Mo-Ping Lai Thomas E. Lains Karen J. Lake Lawrence Lamberson Kirksville Macao Overland Kirksville Louisiana (A dtM M mTM th £| PS 1 feri) WW Q Sf w „ . , !• f O ( - - 3 r r , « a s fa f| fa fa 276 Bryan A. Lambert Marilyn J. Lampton Eilene K. Langford Elaine F. Langford John D. Langhammer Xilenda M. Lauer A?-. ' Jo Ann Lay Franklin S. Layland Gerald W. Leath Neemia S. Leau Ronald W. Leazer Kristine A. Ledet Robert M. Ledford .35 K . Nancy C. Leeser Charlene K. Leitman Billy L. Lewis Michael D. Lewton Linda C. Leykamp Greg A. Life Diane M. Lindenbusch Leslie D. Lindholm Rachel Lindroth Thomas E. Linhardt Larry G. Liter Dennis M. Littrell Huntington, N. Y. . . Hannibal Jamesport Jamesport Atlanta Montgomery City La Belle Exira, la. Moberly Am. Samoa Argyle, la. Des Moines, la. LInionville La Grange Wentzville Brookfield Hannibal Novelty Cedar, la. Montgomery City Joliet, III. Des Moines, la. Powersville Hannibal New Cambria Class of 1970 Florissant Sedalia Between class breaks bring an enjoyable moment of relaxation for most students. Kirksville Brookfield Springfield, III. Ottumwa, la. Patricia D. Lovland Hazelwood Macon VGerald E. Lund Patricia A. Lund kirkwood Seymour. la. 277 Dormitory students participate in one of the first Food Serv- ice ' s " Special Nights " in cafeterias. Class of 1970 Bruce McQuillen Tipton, la. Carolyn Mack Kirksville Ronald Mahannah North English, la. Micheleen Maher Davenport. la. Michael Mahoney Unionville Walter Malins Crete, 111. Geneta Maloney Macon John Malvin Collinsville, III. Janet Manning Burlington, la. Adam Marshall, Jr. Kirksville James Martin ' — Kirksville Marilyn Martin Ottumwa, la. Richard Mayer Monroe Martha Meek Mexico Mary Meinhardt New Cambria Mary Mekler Bosworth tries Metternih Hamilton, III. Carolyn Mettes Shelbyville Mark Mettes Macon Connie Meyer Cedar Rapids, la. Karen Middleton Princeton James Millet Kirksville 1 arry Miller Memphis ! inda Miller Kirksville Warren Miller Bevier Lcroy Lutu Linda McCarty Samoa Promise City, la. It Michael McChesney James McClintock Wapello. la. Monroe City Mary McClintock Laretta McCoy Yetter, la. Centerville, la. ±4 k Georgie McCurdy Alice McEwen Vandalia Des Moines, la. Stuart McMains NTarol McNeil Bloomfield, la. Preston. la. ft % 9 © 278 ffy Sk £ A C - Wfc w T J ■•! « ? £ P r Q Linda Mitchell Stanley Mohr Robert Molina Kenneth Mollet Charles Moore David Moore Roger Moore Toni Mooney „ v John Moore ' SX)° ?F. Beverly Morgan Patrick Morrissey - , ■ — Mark Morrow -£ I B -Marcia Mossbarger C P Mary Moyer Paul Mulholland Diana Murphy Susan Muses Beverly Myers Timothy Myers Dillys Nagel Beverly Nash George Neff Lois Neighbors Janet Neill James Nelson Nancy Nelson John Newberry Karen Nordquist Raymond Norris Gerald Northcutt Dean Nickens fK-. l. Robert Nunez, Jr. Capitola Oakley David Oakley Daniel O ' Connell Emery Oesch Kathleen Ogar Judith Omer Patrick Orourke Jane Paisley Carol Pauley Vicki Paustain Saundra Pearson Richard Pekarek Kathryn Perdue Gary Lee Peterson Suzette Pettet Tommy Phillips Jerry Phipps William Pickle Brooklyn, la. Memphis St. Louis Vandalia Yale, la. Kahoka Mexico Ottumwa, la. Rock Island, III. Bloomfield, la. Overland Ottumwa, la. Brookfield Kirksville Moberly Monmouth, III. Kirksville Snyder Cedar Rapids, la. Novelty Des Moines, la. Marion, la. Unionville Mexico Bonaparte. la. Wheaton, la. Troy Albia, la. Wellsville New London Overland Rockford, 111. Chariton, la. Exira, la. East St. Louis, 111. , , Hannibal Mexico Quincy, 111. Parnell, la. Columbus Junction, la. Powersville Davenport, la. Raytown Warrenton Ottumwa, la. Kirksville Ottumwa, la. Chillicothe Kirksville Mexico 279 lames I ' inson Id Pipes William Pirtle, Jr. beth Pitts Ronald Plum I arry Pollard Jim Poole John Poppe. Jr. Thea Price Larry Pullins Richard Pulse Brenda Pumphrey William Pyszka Karla Quanstrom Kenneth Quick V Linda Randell ?T?t Judith Randolph Terry Ray Donna Reece Rita Reed Dianne Reinker Allen Renaud Arthur Renstrom Rick Rew Beverlv Richardson Beverly Richardson Neta Richardson Sam Richardson II Vincent Rider Larry Rigdon Connee Riley Carolyn Riley James Ritze Suzanne Robb Delbert Roberts John Roberts Kenneth Roberts James Robertson Lyle Robertson William Rockwell Kerwin Rohr -Robert Rose - • .« Howard Rosenbluth George Ross James Roth Richard Rother Deitra Rouse Betty Ruegsegger John Ruggeberg " •Paula Russell J K ' ' I ■ ' « f) Edina , Kirksville Bethany Moberly Lovilia, la. Palmyra Ottumwa, la. Taylor Kirksville Wayland Canton Danville, la. Belvidere, 111. Davenport, la. Macon Donnellson. la. Florissant Marshalltown, la. Kirkwood Macon Elsberry Nantucket, Ma. Martinsburg Pollock Monroe City Brunswick Lucerne Moberly Farmington, la. Kirksville Kirksville Des Moines, la. Trenton Burlington. la Burlington, la. Louisiana Lancaster Hannibal Cantril, la. Hannibal Louisiana Burlington, la. Bayside, N. Y. Ottumwa. la. Palmyra St. Ann Versailles Williamsburg, la. Dewitt, la. Aurora, 111. rgfS - ? W t g " ft ' ft • (B A Q- P ? JkMilkrik % Mr mif J M . ' 4 fr " f? gr !«« x t »sr " V ' ' SI S5| r£) .% •ft 41 fll 280 -£ . 3r - " t Susan Sacco Kenneth Salsman Gwendolyn Sanders Nancy Sanders Anne Sanderson Stephen Sanfilippo Gloria Sangeorge Lois Sangster James Saucier Carol Sawmiller Linda Scharcher Sue Schaffer Charles Schneider David Scheihing David Schmidt Diana Schowe Allan Schreck Hugh Schuetz Frederick Schulenberg -Tames Schuster Nolan Schwada Steven Schweizer Rodney Schwitzer —Stephen Sears — Bonna Sees Centerville, la. Hannibal Brunswick Payson, 111. Hamburg Ridge, N. Y. Hackensack, N. J. Kirksville Kirksville Park Forest, III. Rock Island, III. Elsberry Salisbury Wapello, la. Atalissa, la. Warrenton Nassau, N. Y. Kirksville St. Louis Unionville Clarence Burlington, la. Tipton, la. Ft. Madison, la. Kirksville Beverly Seibert Venasio Sele Oskaloosa, la. Samoa Class of 1970 Jeff Jesse, business instructor, helps his students with challenging problems in accounting. " " " Henry Sesepasara ££ o9 Antonia Settle Samoa Mexico Joyce Sevits Nadereh Shaghafi Kirksville Iran Teri Shandrew Henry Shebitz Princeton Levittown, N. Y. Robert Sheesley Jerry Shelton Oskaloosa, la. Unionville 281 - ■ Smith Joan Sr — th Joneane Smith BBC MK ieaa ■ : Sheryl Spain John Sparks Janice Spi ce- Rhooda Stanet r Steele - ' . Bern Stephens Ha ' - Ewing - Ortumwa. la. Bevier - -ison - ■ L : . Lev. . N J Memphis Liberryville. la. La Plata ' I ks, la Riverside. la. Burlington. la. indria - - . " . ■ ■ nille Des Moines. la. . ■ land Jarr . i " :issa. Ii .... rville Mob, 111. Anke- Ia. Class of 1970 tic about her skiinc - - f m Ronald S: : _- . - -. - c ' . Jamie Stone E . - - Oskaloosa. la. Central Citv. la. ? 7 2. 1L ft A A A W ■ M 15P f f £ i ja s r A .§ » o A P C ft ft M iMimMMmA ' . -S- ■ ■■-. ■ --■ - — .- -- - David StnD Roy Swain _■:-. ' -.--- 1 - " : - — r ;.■ - - z- ? ' - i - 5 " ; ; " - Rosa Sze - ' " ■ " _ - - ; Sir.: What Cheer, ii- Des foi-; Look i.r - - e - - " aiomriille ? i . — ' i - ■! ' ■ ' " ■ t . i. - i " ;■-.-- ' • ' :i; i.: r — — r..: _ .— Lc " . " :;•:; ■± ' t ' .l- ' .-.l - i :: ?. i - : - : . i ■ : - _ - - . r : - } -.-■ tirz-- y;: " -- _: =r ?_■-.. .i . i :. - li_— -_re - - - - - ' - _ _ - - -nil - - : r- z : - I - : - - : - - : - 7 ; _ ..-:—.: " i.ii . _ — :- - - ' - - " _ ' ' ?-■- . i J: " . " i i - - . - ; " " - .. 7..:; i -£ =- - ' Ai.;-.-i-.:- . ; - - ' " I " -: " ? : " - - :• ' .- . - - - ■ r-.rf.ii ' - -. - - r . - - i : - ' ' . y.ii ■■-.- ' . ' . ; - - - - ■ - ' . ■■ •■■ : • : -i " i--i- Z : Do te Via Dyo£ " • . - 7 --- i ' • - " : : ' " ; -- ■ ;:=: Pallida Waditn . Frank Wagner .i— :■- • nsflle ; - OuHBiiuiva. la. Moraoe. la. - - Z -- ■ - -- :— ' - Ji i- Chkagc YorkriDe. Dl. Shefliina Pauline Walker Mm i ' illace ilores w alsher ( nthia Walter Centralia Green Castle Westmont, 111. Kirksville Robert Warren Jane Watkins I orresl atson Shirley Watson Chula 1 ancaster Kirksville Kirksville Marjorie Weatherl) Deborah Weaver Marilyn Weaver Jim Weggen Storm Lake, la Farmington, la. Memphis Muscatine, la. Mary Wehmeyer Terrance Werirman Lawrence Weindel Carolyn Wells Moberly Eldora, la. St. Louis Elsberry John Welsh Lloyd Wheeler Albert White Paul White Keokuk, la. Rockford, III. La Plata Moulton, la. Stephen White i. .f ' . . " St. Louis Steven J. White Bay Shore, N. Y. Hal Whiteaker Manchester Janet Whiteside Kansas City Karen Wick Benita Wiesemann Margaret Wild Deborah Wilhoit Mt. Union La Grange Kirkwood New Hartford Ik 1 H ft C5| HHUBBB a 4 k 1 H Spirited Homecoming crowd anticipates a Bulldog Victory over Springfield. 284 Class of 1970 Typical winter morning with students hurrying for warmth in classrooms. ( dtJk Mary Wiihoit Steve WillcOJI Rita Wilier Cynthia Williams Sylvia Williams Barbara Willows Mary Wills Cheryl Wilson William Wilson Terrence Winters Larry Wiseman Constance Wolf Dottye Wooten George Wosmansky Ann Wright Nancy Wright Grace Wu Anthony Yates Robert Young Sharon Zeiglcr New Hartford Kirksville Sile Monroe City , Lewistown . Hannibal Scales Mound, 111. Florissant LaBelle Plymouth, III. Ewing fildon, la. Mexico Pine I.awn Kansas City Kirksville Taiwan Monroe City Kirksville Mexico 285 Heading the sophomores are iL to R) Bob Cagle. v- pres-: Brooke Williams, coundlwaman: Janet Thompson. Cathy Brenr e . Ken Bebermeyer. pres.: Class of 19 " ! ' " " -- - ' . lzz E : -i ii. la. Round Lake Part, HI. Huntsville - ; E i Hi. e . --::■- :t =i. -- ?..;----: ri Kirks- ' i-iiie a: .ir.ti S: 1:- • -■ or Bally :.-.:- -i-. ■ :- Catherine Barker - - . ' :-- z_ — Rock Falls. Dl. E " :-- C : r r : -. I i S: 1:_ ; . - " ? _ - : -. Laclede George Btt :; N . La Plata -jig ■ Davenport Emdea G!en FJJyn. 111. • Pair . ' — . --HIng St. Louis t . ■■ --- - i - Make — - . - - Z--zz: - :--: • Hannibal Hannibal Ruth Angel Vandalia Dwaila Armstrong Davenport, la. ?.:-._; A; he: Kirksville Warsaw. 111. 3. C. " - wy • •,. ft S2 li ; - 4iM l± ?± JL. Mis 9 9 -ft A i a a o »; £t Charles Be Carl Ber- Steven h-. Bier Joan Binder Brenda Bird Susan Bleigh Larry Blickhan Scoa Blume Deborah Blum Donald B - Joyce Bohrung Linda Boland Dasid Bv : Carl Bond David Bondurant Deanna Bork Catherine B: v - -;;. Bothe Vvcholas Boudreau Kennel h Bounds Michael B- Perr. Br.- i Breaned i - e Brinker im Brinkman Richard B . N; -.:;■ Brombaugh - joan Broughton ' ' ' Randall Brown Bruening Merrilee Brummitl Leroy Brune " Bruner Brenda Buck Gi- ' . Buckley Stt ETC " - Butler - ; E nan . . CruII :e Culber:- . Cullum _ -am _fhar e — Amb. i Pa a -e. la. Mc Cai I Bro - Marc :onroe Monroe - Kill ■ - St Louis New London Libert? Me. !t Pieas - St Mc Si Charles La I Do Cer -■ Ma Da enpor;. Ij - : - - City S Robert Cagle ; leline Cahalan Kenneth Campbell Phillip Carlisle K.-nncih Castagna I athcarl I lorence Celli Robert Chamberlain Kalhy Chandler I J.I i Nela Chang Vickie Cheatum Cheryl Christman Karen Christopher Bernice Cistrunk Sam Claggett Lou Anne Clark Michael Clark lay Clarkson " Harold Cleveland Catherine Cloninger Troy Cooper Nancy Copenhaver Rita Cottom Mary Covington David Cranston B arbara Crawford Jerry Crawford John Creed Frances Crow Carol Crouch Terry Daggett Beverly Dahms Mike Daily Marcia Dane Sue Daugherty Charlotte Davis Patricia Davis Jane Decke Cathy Dellavedova Blytha Dennis Si Charles Edina Hurdland Ottumwa, la. Hunt.sville , Auxvassc Brentwood. N. Y. Palmyra Kirksville , . . . Panama Ottumwa. la. Columbia Jamesport Gary, Ind. Shelbina Edina Hannibal Creve Coeur Knoxville, la. Louisiana David Cochran Milan Jerry Coker Kirksville Deanna Col lings Mercer Carl Collins St. Louis Dorothy Collins Lucerne Kathy Collins Laclede David Comegys J K. Carlisle, la. Patricia Comer Knoxville, la. lames Compton Milan Helen Cooper Salisbury La Plata Kirksville Oneida, 111, Centerville, la. Springfield, N. Y. Kirksville Powersville Mexico Paris Browning Camp Point, III. Marshalltown, la. Lock Springs Williamsburg, la. Oskaloosa, la. Bloomfield, la. Memphis Cedar Hill Albia, la. Kirksville ft fft 288 I HI - Michael Dennis Dorothy Dicken Frank Dickey Virgina Dieterich Carlene Dinsmore Jacqueline Doane John Dodge Vicki Doubet Manduch Dowlatshahi Linda Dunbar Phillip Duncan £ A Sherry Dystra Margaret Eager Maurine Early Susan Eddy Glenn Edmondson Pamela Edwards Kathy Ehrhart Deborah Eiceman Janet Ell Constance Ellington James Elliott Names L. Elliott Bobberetta Elliston Jean Emery Kathleen Ensminger Hilda Epperson Joyce Erb Al Erwin Bonita Evans David Evans Joseph Evans Patricia Evans William Evans " " " Steven Everly Sheila Ewing Michael Franksworth Linda Featherston Elizabeth Fedak James Fiscus Cynthia Fisher Mary Fisher James Foley Kathleen Forness Wayne Fowler Macon Kansas City Jackson Kahoka Meadville Aurora Memphis Edina Kermanshah Fairfield. la. Greentop Wapello, la. Memphis Baring Davenport, la. Kahoka Chula Quincy, 111. Florissant St. Charles Bridgeton Seymour, la. Ashland, 111. Des Moines, la. . . Clarksville Bloomfield. la. La Plata Perry Greentop Warrenton Brentwood Meadville Des Moines, la. Burlington, la. Gait Unionville Pleasant Valy, la. Moberly St. Louis Kirksville Ankeny, la. Wellman Clinton, la. St. Louis Washington 289 Franklin i I reitag ( larj I roning Sarnlr;i F inch j tfr Rutl Susanne ( iallo Sally Galvin Kathryn Gano Gregory Gawlik Douglas Gebelein Jo George James Georges Greg Getlings Sally Gheens Kathlenn Gilbert Ronald Giltner Beverly Golston Vera Golston Gary Gooch Edward Good Patricia Good Barbara Gooden Dianna Goodman Meryl Goodwin Phillip Gordon Dennis Graser Charles Gray William Green David Grieshaber Diane Grindle Gwendolyn Groharing Gloria Guinn Charles Haack " Gerald Hackmann Patrick Haggard Marilyn Haggy Sharon Haley Linda Hamill Gayle Hamilton Louis Hamilton Pamela Hamilton Thomas Hamilton Gary Hancock Nancy Hancock TDarrcll Hanslow Donna Harbert Michael Hardy Ronnie Hargrave |C6 Bloomfield, la. Scotch Clams. N. J. Warrenton Gray Summit Donnellson, la. St. Louis Bergenfield, N. J. Ottumwa, la. kirksville Keosauqua. Fa. Chesterfield St. Louis Columbia Springfield, III. Ottumwa, la. Keytesville N. Kansas City Kirksville Ottumwa, la. LInionville , . . . Hurdland Bloomfield, la. Chariton, la. Milton, la. Rose Hill. la. Kirksville Sturgeon St. Louis Albia, la. St. Peters St. Louis Oak Lawn, 111. Davenport, la. Rutledge Williamsburg, la. Marthasville Ft. Madison, la. Ethel Kirksville Center Hannibal . St. Louis Unionville Austin, Tex. Jennings Meadville .... Fulton Norwalk. la. Ashland, 111. Linneus fS {M A €5 , % ■L CI 0% K»- ? 290 fKf. 5m 1 pWl K fKf ff | ?| O S — V? - " ' f 4 Shirley Hopmann 7 " . : Lemay Marcheita Home St. Louis Charles Horstmeier Dale Houck St. Charles Van Wert, la. Jesse Howard. Jr. " •Rita Hubbard Springfield New Florence Gladys Hudson Rita Hueffmeier Des Moines, la. Wentzville Geraldine Huffman Charlotte Hunt Stronghurst, 111. Stoutsville Jerr V Halke y She h na Charles Harland Shelbina Alan Harman Byrumville Karen Harris ■ • . K , eok " k - Ia ' Richard Harrison Webster Groves Harold Harshbarger £ " r ' J.t Steve Harting u„ wif T Norma Hartley Hillsboro, la Hassine Hassen ■ „ Mexico Thomas Hawk Grundy Center, la. Sandra Hawkins WcS l, uS Kay Head _ , Novelty Pamela Heckart Ottumwa, la. Lorren Helton Leon la. Sharon Hendrix St. Louis Randy Henness ■ ■ Milan William Hess. Jr. En ]i N ' Y ' Mary Higgins Churdan, la Timothy Hirner Hannibal Roger Hodapp Harlan, la. Brenda Hodgin ■ ■ • ■ ■ M«k» Nancy Hofer I° wa S ' -m Janet Holder ,S a nlb John Holthaus • Florissant Betty Hoover . Farmington. la. Class of 1971 Scientists-to-be congregate before class at the south door of Science Hall. 291 Time for entertainment with music during a lackadaisical week- end on campus. Class of 1971 Patricia Jacobs Thomas Jaeger Cynthia James Mark Jefferson Anthony Jelley Roberta Jesse Jean Johns Aubrey Johnson June Johnson Janie Johnston Ottumwa, la. Washington Overland Kirksville Bay Shore, N. Y. Revert y Jones janevra Jones Randall Jones Mary Beth Justice Pamela Justice . . . . Centralia Queen City Kennett . . . . Centralia Davenport, la Wapello, la. Arbela Hannibal Ankeny, la. Memphis Cheryl Hunt St. Louis Robert Hutchcr oft Mediapolis, la. Denise Hutcherson Diane Ingram Joyce Ingram Barbara Ingrum James Inlow Rebecca Inlow Susanne Irey Willette Jackson Paulette Kautz Sue Keith Jo Ann Kelley r " -Daniel Kinsinger A Kb William Kirmes Sandra Kirtley Margie Kittle Alan Klinger . Naomi Knight Kathleen Knoche Stanwood, la. Spickard Quincy, III. Bloom field, la. Wakefield, Ma. Huntsville Gibbs Allerton, la. Browning Ankeny, la. 292 ' » Hi @ ft (HI PI BH ip- N ■«. 1 . ! i I w l 1 rffk. r .U»-» J . ii - tiMu 01 4 jfil % f A f5 5T " : Hi C», mf± «▲ ■ " !( A saSflfcf ««•. Jnk v ... ss s s Sm PMsf £ ditt " iin fit V---- i«2i % £ V Patricia Koch Susan Koch . .. , " " John Koenig 3L .IS». Stephen Kolb Jamal Kottabi Stephanie Krick Suzanne Kueny Sydne Kuhler Sarah Ladd Pamela LaFrenz Steven Lahay Nim Shun Nelson Lam Calvin Lamis Nancy Lammert Warren Lantz . . Florissant Brentwood, N. Y. Webster Groves Jefferson City Iran . . . . Hazelwood Montgomery City Keytesville Kirksville Wyaconda Mehlville China Agency, la. . St. Louis Kirksville Jane Latta Des Moines, la Jimmy Latta Hannibal Pamela Laupp | „ Donald Lay ...... . ■•••■• a Pensie Leathers College Mound Dana Lee . . c R Council Bluff. la Michael Lennox A f8 Hannibal Robert Lewis Le »Tu° W , n Kenneth Libby ■ Mober y Patricia Lietsch Galesburg. III. Ruth Light " Penny Lindquist Cathie Lingle Roy Linhardt Judy Litchfield Terry Little Dennis Loftus Terrence Loftus Antionette Long Mary S. Long Mary Sue Long • — Richard Lucas fr Helen Luebrecht Mary Loechl Betty Lugering John Luhn Philip Luksetich Lucinda Lunceford Nancy Luth Theresa McAndrew Luther McBee Arlene McCollum Francine McCormick Lola McCoy Nettie McCoy Pleasantville, la. Greentop Davenport, la. Powersville . LaBelle Monticello Syracuse, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Kirksville Green Castle Keokuk, la. Florissant Cyrene Ballwin Hannibal Bridgeton Melcher. la. Richmond Iowa City, la. Kahoka Greentop Farber Batavia, la. Lucerne Lucerne 293 [ eah Mc( ullough il] n McDaniel Betty AC II Barbara NK I addcn Elaine McGraw Judith Mcintosh Vicki McKean Beverlj McKiddy Oana McMillan Jamc Maddex Dorsay Maffry Bojan Maheronnaghsh Ahmed Mahmoud William Maier, Jr. Nancy Mankoph Marlis Manning Nancy March Raymond Marini Kathleen Mark Margery Marshall Sharon Marshall Barbara Martin - ,»■ iW : Peggy Martin William Mason Janey Mathis Paula May Gordon Mayfield Pamela Means Sherry Medaris Tonnie Meinhardt Robert Melson Theresa Messina Gary Mettler Jeanne Meyer Robert Michael -4 ® Richard Middleton Christa Miller Dauana Miller Edward Miller Rigoberto Millo Margaret Mills Ralph Mincemeyer Rebecca Mincar Anthony Mitchell 5 0 Carole Mitchell Gordon Mitchell Phyllis Moehle Beverly Moore Bruce Moore Bloomfield, la. Macon Fulton Des Moines, la. Washington, la. Pleasantville, la. Mt. Sterling, la. Conesvillc, [a. Jamesport Fayette Lentner Altus, Okla. Iran Doha, Ariz. Brookfield, la. Memphis Brighton, la. Columbia Camden, N. J. St. Louis Ashland St. Louis St. Louis Moscow Mills La Plata , Elmer Milan Kirksville Macon Farmington. la. Memphis Mexico St. Louis Shelbina Davenport, la. Corydon, la. Downing Morton, III. Kirksville St. Louis Griffiss, AFB N. Y. Chillicothe Berkeley Kirksville Memphis Bonaparte, la. Parkwood, la. Macon Kirksville Middletown 0% Jim l?H iiftli VF f (51 294 Charles Moore Yale, la. Gayle Moore Memphis Barbara Moothart Hillsboro, la. " Ernest Moots S £$9: Kirksville Paul Moots Kirksville Ricky Morgan Ottumwa, la. Students and faculty display works during spring quarter art show on the Union lower patio. A P £1 (% £X fll fl JiJ Billy Morris „? urd , ' , n Ronda Morris Kirksville Stewart Morton . . St. Louis Dianne Mottet Ottumwa, la. Mary Mudd Ce nter Peggy Munden ■ • • ■ Lucerne Diane Muntz Mt- Sterling, la. James Murphy ■■■•■■■■- Revere Linda Murray Cedar Raptds, la. Massoud Nabavian Tehran, Iran Frazad Nakhai Iran David Nannennn Bynumville Barbara Neff Buckhn Stella Neill Bloomfield. la. Gloria Newbrough Paris Ned Newkirk K . . ■ ■■ Macon ■ Dianna Newquist Al Ottumwa, la. Paula Nicholson Marshalltown, la Tida Nitipisanonta Thailand Kathy Noel Parls Patricia Noel Kirksville Alan Noelte Reisterstan, Md. Gerald Noland New London Billie Norman St. Louis Glenna Novinger ... ■ Novinger Paul O ' Day ■ K ahoka James O ' Hair Van Wert, la Lan-y Oldvader Brunswick Royann Orbin Excello Elizabeth O ' Rourke Parnell, la. Carol Oshner LaBelle Maurice Overlander Stockport, la. Steven Ownby „ St - Louis Maupati Panapa Pago Pago Patricia Parks Salisbury 295 Mohammed Pam-i Ernest Payne :on Ruth Payton Muhael Pemberlon Carolyn Pepper Brenda Peterson Douglas Peterson David Petre William Phegley Carl Philips Dee Pickering Jeffery Piper Shirley Poertner Harrie Poffenberger Lance Poland James Pollard Michael Pontius Cathy Powell Rodney Powell Vicki Powell Carol Preston Lynn Prinster John Probst Jamie Quick Ann Quigley Sherri Quigley Robert Quinn Rosalind Rada Candace Randall William Ray Nancy Reardon Abraham Reese _J.ynne Richardson Raymond Rider C C Ic d " Iran Marceline Novinger Elmer Fulton Brighton, la Rutledge Trenton Atlanta St. Louis Selma. la. Unionville Queen City Pacific Altoona. la Powers ville Kirksville Macon Huntsville St. Peters Edina St. Louis O ' Fallon St. Louis Aztex .N. M. Columbus, Jet., la. Milan Monroe City Chicago, III. Washington. la. Bloomfield, la. Edina Hannibal Williamsburg, la. St. Louis Class of 1971 £ f - . Student Union games room is the scene of many relaxing hours foi students with sparetime. Patricia Ridley Mar vis Rinehart St. Louis Browning Elizabeth Roberts Gary Roberts Columbia Kirksville Denauvo Robinson Quincy, 111. Jack Robinson Davenport, la. f 4 jft V - " " " - J k m - iftl if A A Marjorie Roderick Wayne Rodgers Jeanine Roe Nancy Roesler Joan Rohdy Kirksville Winfield. la. St. Charles St. Louis Farmington. la. Rex Rominger Carla Roseborough Susan Ruiz Jerry Runyon Janice Rusk Bloomfield. la. Gary. Ind. Vandalia Shelbyville Fulton Donald Russell Gregory Ruth Eleanor Ryon Leslie Sabol Karim Sadeghpour Brookfield Cedar Rapids. la. Milan L ' nionvillc Iran Manoacheha Saffar Teresa Sandifer MCerisiano Sataua Michael Savager Cynthia Sawyer Tehran Monroe City Pago Pago Burlington. la. Des Moines. la. Joyce Schaeffer Ann Schafer Susan Schakel Darrell Schapmire Steven Schlueter Lemay La Grange Farmington. la. Bloomfield. III. St. Charles Lucy Schmid Karen Schneider ££_ Alice Schnell Richard Schreck Rebecca Schreiber St. Louis St. Louis Hallsville Canton Revere Sheila Schroeder Barbara Schutz Kevin Schwartz Phvllis Scott Phyllis Scott. E. Mt. Pleasant. la. Florissant Alton. III. Hurdland Kirksville Ronald Sears Gloria Seitsinger Karen Seroka A 2 - Pennie Seth Steven Sewell Milan Wellman Florissant Farmington. la. Kirk wood John Shahan Bill Sheehan Linda Sheets Bruce Shefferman Marcia Shelton Kirksville Unionville Ollie. la. No. Bay Shore. N Kirksville Billie Sherman Jack Shilt Tersa Sim Cathy Simmons Robert Simms Macon Newtown China Kirksville Miami. Fla. 297 William Simms Mary Simpson Carol Sims Martha Singleton Frank Sladek, Jr. Robert Slominsky Ellen Small Barbara Smith David Smith James E. Smith Hannibal Oberlin Auxvasse Atlanta Iowa City, la. Hollis, N. Y. Wright City Lewistown Kansas City Kirksville Judith Smith Hannibal Maria Smith Oskaloosa, la. Rene Smith Brashear Jeanne Sparlin Florissant William Spaun, Jr Hannibal Richard Spellman Salisbury Edith Spiegel St. Louis Peter Spinden West Liberty, la. Phillip Sponsler Kirksville Robert Stanley Clio, la. V. Sue-Sharp Stanton Trenton James Starbuck Queen City Nita Starbuck Lancaster Deborah St. Clair Williamstown Paul St. Clair Farmington Donald Steele Steven Steinbeck Patricia Steiner Judith Stephan Susan Stephenson Decatur, 111. . Rubio, la. Maywood, N. J. Ellisville Newton, la. Linda Stevenson Wright City Mary Stevenson Moberly Janette Stoffa Ottumwa, la. Lucretia Stott Cantril, la. Annalee Sullivan Fulton Marilyn Swift Keokuk, la. Madeleine Sykes Kirksville Susan Tapy St. Louis Duane Tarrence Olds, la. Karen Thomas St. Louis Janet Thompson Kirksville Kandace Thompson Vandalia Nancy Thompson Quincy, 111. Robert Thompson Unionville Karladine Thurman Clarence Karen Tichacek Mintie Tisue Gary Tobben Larry Tobben David Todd Mehlville Jacksonville Washington Washington Newtown Pi 3 ft o i " f P 1i± m .Jfe; JUL Jl 1 1 j± ' 9 7 ' J JE 298 fll €% S f© m A 1 a Ida Wells Wayland Mary Wells Newtown Sharon Wells Hedrick. la. Darrell Wendt Trenton Lynda Wenneker Nvlick West .Cf?Jv© Lancaster Elmer Larry Wharton Cecil Wilburn Shelbina Laddonia Jerry Wilhoit Brenda Wilkerson Clarksville Kearney Robert Toole Syracuse, N. Y. Phillip Traul Ottumwa, la. Steve Triplett Linneus Mary Tuchek Ellsworth, la. Michael Turner Cedar Rapids, la. Elaine Tuttle Marshalltown, la. Linda Unzicker Des Moines, la. Karyl Van Dyne Corydon. la. Aubrey Van Houten Moberly Wayne Veach Livonia Mary Volmert Barbara Waggener Dana Walker David Walker Sherrie Walker Columbia Kansas City . Wellman, la. Macon Clarence Ivan Wallace Patricia Wallace Daryl Walleman B etty Wallingford Walter Walz . Novinger . . Kirksville St. Louis Farmington, la. .... Lemay Linda Ward Daniel Watkins Juanita Way Barbara Wedde Davenport, la. Bettendorf, la. Springfield, III. St. Louis Hawk Point Class of 1971 Correct form makes for successful bowling at the Stu- dent Union lanes. 299 In their spare time, students prepare outside class assignments in the business machines room. Class of 1971 " Donna Wilson Edward Wilson Calvin Wolfe Sylvia Wolverton Deborah Wood Washington, la. Fulton Morning Sun, la. St. Louis . Moulton, la. evin Wood Joan Woodford Howard Woods Janet Wulf Lynda Wyatt Carole Wyrick Karen Yackley Sheila Yagel Shirley Yagel Michael Yager Rebecca Yates Connie York Helen Yutz Dennis Zeigler Mary Zotz St. Louis Westmont, III. Jonesburg Washington, la. Kirksville Luray Taylor Brookfield Brook field Kirksville Lake Placid. Fla. Bloomfield, la. Callao Novinger Albia. la. Gary Wilkinson David Willetls Ottumwa, la. Albia, la. Allen Williams Brenda Williams Brooke Williams Dwayne Williams Johnny Williams Elmer Rebecca Williams Williamsburg, la. Susan Williams Burlington, la. Claude Wilson Chicago, III. 300 During spring quarter, many restless nights were spent booking it in the new addition of Pickler Memorial Library by grade-conscious students. 301 " " Fred L. Adam XfP. Batavia, la. " " Gerald E. Adam Richland, la. Christine A. Adamson Ottumwa, la Diane Doreen Ades Ottumwa, la Phyllis A. Adrain Palmyra Mohammad H. Afra " an Morteza Akefi ■ ■ Iran Linda K. Adkins Buckhn I Freshman class officers are Larry Stewart, councilman; Cathy Powell, councilwoman; and Greta Harris, sec.-treas. (Top) James H Albus John Bell, pres. and Ray Porter, v-pres. Dorian Alexander Class of 1972 Barbara J. Allen Muscatine, la. Larry D. Allen Chariton, la. Doris K. Alley Sewal, la. Billy J. Allison Auxvasse Joetta S. Amedei Bevler Celestia C. Anderson Canton Gay L. Anderson Lancaster Jeanne L. Anderson Des Moines, la. Susan G. Andrews Atlanta Sandra J. Arment Keytesville Randall E. Arnold Kahoka Mary A. Arthaud ¥ e -J, 8 Marilyn R. Ashby Kirksville Melinda J. Babbitt S K. L °V 1S Brenda S. Baker Chillicothe Marie A. Baker Fulton " " Steven C. Baker Ashland, 111. Feridoon Bakhtiar Iran Stephen J. Balderson Keosauqua, la. Robert L. Ball Hazelpark, Minn. Nancy J. Bane Florissant Michael J. Banning Des Moines, la. Michael K. Barger Kirksville Thomas O. Barker Hannibal " Sondra E. Barnes Kirksville 302 , 0 9 •» Life - 5 ' Donald G. Barnett Kirksville Frieda R. Barrett Kirksville Patricia Barrickman Oskaloosa, la. Summer L. Barry Cedar Rapids, la. Jeanne K. Barta Cedar Rapids, la. Gail F. Battaglia New Milford, N. J. Raberta L. Batterson Washington, la. Cynthia Baumgartner Ollie, la. James E. Baxter Hannibal Marsha J. Beaird Revere Joyce L. Beasley Perry, la. Paul N. Beaty Mt. Sterling, la. Patricia M. Beavers Center Russell J. Becherer St. Louis Laird Behncke Davenport, la. Connie J. Bell Lexington Dennis E. Belzer Albia, la. Shirley A. Benedict Hannibal .Barbara K. Benskin Mexico TJiane R. Benson Fallon Sherry D. Bertelsen Meadville Charles W. Bethards Humphreys " XTindie A. Betz Trenton George J. Betz Ridge, N. Y. -=-Wanda L. Bieker Washington Vicki A. Biggs Mt. Pleasant Melvin E. Bissey La Plata Dennis D. Blickhan Kirksville Mary J. Blickhan Taylor Connie S. Bliefnick Salisbury Joan M. Bobeen Troy Christopher C. Boley Des Moines, la. Mary A. Botts Bloomfield. la. William G. Bowen Washington Linda K. Bradley Centralia Dollie M. Bradshaw Unionville Linda R. Brisco Winfield Michele J. Brodeen Des Moines, la. Billy B. Brown Macon Gloria J. Brown Moberly Jenita B. Brown St. Catharine Leo F. Brown Mercer Carol K. Broyles Trenton Susan J. Bruner Downing Barbara A. Buckley Waterloo, la. John C. Bufkin Macon Donald D. Bundy Columbus City, la. Phyllis A. Burkemper Old Monroe Ruth A. Burkemper Old Monroe Donna F. Burnett Bucklin A :,■ 303 John Burns " " " " Maxine B Nancy Byrkit " Leonard Cain Ronald Calvert Brook field Philadelphia Collinsville, 111. Williamstown Paris „ ,, u„n Hurdland Gary Campbell Palmvra borah Carlisle Monme ' Tr. ? en " r£t Bettendorf, la. Bin Carter Cen.ralia vin , case c i r on Ba,c si Edwin Champ ' AUa ' ma Patricia Chaney Atlanta Gary Chidester Blakesburg Ia Lonnie Clair Hurdland Karan Clark Lewistown Michael Clark ■■■ Macon Patricia Clark St - Charles Robert Clarkson Laclede " Dixie Clinkenbeard ■ • ■ ■ Livonia Claudia Clinton Elk Grove, 111. Drennan Cloyd Stauton, 111. Glynda Collier Mercer Robert Collins ■ ShelbyviUe Christine Collver Pittsfield, III. Linda Cone ■ Mexico Judy Conner • ■ • S ;.,V " , ' S Randy Conner Pleasant Hill, III. " ' Richard Constance .??. Kearney Marilyn Cook Unionville Mary Lee Cook • ■ Edina Barbara Cooper Kirksville Cornelius Corbett St. Louis Sandra Corzette Meadville " " Richard Cottrell Clarksville Barbara Courtney Ft. Madison, la. William Cox Ottumwa, la. Sandra Crigler Pans Kathy Crooks Browning Marsha Cunningham Macon Richard Curio Brentwood, N.Y. Dale Curtis Elmer John Daniel Palmyra James Davenport New Cambria Darl Davis Worthington Gary Davolt Bucklin Randall Dawson Kansas City John Dean Brentwood, N. Y. rfljb JUMP- 4?j U f f T |5 K " V f i i k jlife 3k- m iLtii i (S t k t «4 u uJ| j| »f 304 €1 A ■ t -- " p (H ftp ' fcl W T W« f T ' P v © T® T Timothy Duffen Centralia J£- - " . ' Vicki Dunbar Rose Hill, la. m ' r Judith Durbin Moberly X ' Mary Catherine Dwyer Silex I F i . J Sandra Dwyer Silex Ji- Nfcchard Eberlin Arlington Heights, III. Helen Eckhardt Bettendorf, la. Marilyn Eager Memphis Thomas Eiselt Spirit Lake, la. » Charol Eitel . Green Castle Susan Dean Hannibal Joseph De Cook Davenport, la. William Delaney Baring Karen Deierling Queen City Kathie Deller Armstrong Roger Demarest Brookfield Letty Sue DePuy Brunswick Cheryl De Witt Kirksville Fay Dickherber Flint Hill Margaret Dickson Escanaba, Mich. Sue Dimmitt Ottumwa, la. Jeffrey Ditch Anamosa, la. Nancy Doane Aurora. 111. Maurine Dobson Leon, la. Carol Dodge Memphis James Dodson Kirksville Roberta Doelling Bridgeton Stephen Doggett Macon Terry Dorr Centralia Roger Dorson Macon Svlikel Douglas Wentzville Edward Dowell O ' Fallon George Drake Moberly Marilyn Drennan Kirksville Marion Duff Eolia Class of 1972 Sheila Caldwell is aghast at the number of hours required for a World Lit final. B 305 Joyce Eilel John Ellcr Marcia Elliott Martha Elliott Connie Ellis Mary Emke Delores Epperly Linda Epperson Sherry Epperson Lindsey Evans Mary Alice Evans Mary Sue Ford James Forquer Terry Forsythe Nancy Fountain Hjnda Francis Madalynn Frank Donald Frazier Nancy Frederich Randolph Freese Darold Frenzen Carolyn Frevert Deborah Fry Mary Elizabeth Frye Annetta Fuenfhausen Sharon Fulks Cynthia Floyd Michael Foley Peggy Sue Force lanet Fessenden •Barbara Feys IvJark Firks Rickie Fitzpatrick Kenneth Fleak Martin Fleer Queen City Kirksville Farmington, la. Mexico Marshalltown, la. St. Charles Milton, la. Elmer Vandalia La Plata Brashear Browning Kirksville Lancaster Kirksville Bloomfield, la. Jefferson Littleton, Colo. St. Louis Corydon, la. Kirksville Fayette Hazelwood Lineville, la Salisbury Milan Knoxville, la. Clinton, la. Russell, la. Palmyra St. Louis Florissant Vandalia Kirksville Quincy, III. Class of 1972 If Students frequently grab Union information desk. Dinah Flowers cand bar or cigarette at the Student T uby Ferguson IvEF. I John Fuoto Jerri Gower Margaret Grace Wayne Grant Oskaloosa, la. Charleston if - mto Terry Gravemann St. Charles Lucinda Gray Mercer Paul Gray Browning Barbara Green St. Louis Joellen Green Grand Forks, N. D. Judith Green Beverly Greene Daron Greene Sharon Greening Virginia Greening Frank Giurleo Marie Gladbach Phillip Glasgow Reve Gnuse Connie Gobble Patricia Goeke Douglas Goldsmith. Brend? Gooch Gregory Goodell Cheryl Goodman Ir. Vandalia Montgomery City St. Louis Columbia Hannibal South Hackensack, N. J. Keytesville Rutledge Lewistown Agency, la. Jefferson City Affton Salisbury Washington. la. Rose Hill. la. Betty Lee Goodwin Edinu Jeannie Gordon Marceline John Gorham La Plata Betty Louise Gough Perry George Gifford Winfield Perri Ann Gilchrist Florissant Janice Giles Bloomfield, la. Barry Gill Ottumwa, la. Jackie Gill Ottumwa, la. Harlan Gar es Kahoka Carroll Garkie Susan Garza Allan Genteman T aryl Gerken -fix. Robert Geyer Christine Gimbel Jeffrey Gillam Betty Gaines Curtis Gannon H.loyd Gantt Gwennyth Gardner Holly Dee Gardner Larry Gardner Vonda Gardner John Grice Richard Griffen Thomas Griffin. Jr. Carroll Griffith Virginia Grimm Paula Grubbs La Grange St. Charles O ' Fallon New Florence St. Louis Fairfield, la. Des Moines, la. Fayette Chillicothe La Grange Edina Kirksville White Plains, N. Y. Kirksville Browning Hannibal Ashland Clarksville New Sharon, la. Chesterfield 307 Richard Grugin Marilee Gruneich Catherine Guild Donna Guilford Kenneth Haase Laura Hackney Mona Hagar Sandra Hagemeier Judith Haley Jack Halferty Callao Montezuma, la. Davenport, la. . Keytesville Miota. III. Unionville La Plata Elsberry Bowling Green Revere Margaret Hall Omar Hammond Roy Hammond George Harris Herman Harris Holliday Linneus Overland St. Louis . Macon Greta Harris v - Ia n Kathy Harris Kirksville N at ' ricia Harris O ' Fallon Walter Harris Kirksville Aharon Harrison Revere Kathy Harter Ottumwa, la. Linda Hartley Cedar Rapids, la. Catharine Hartmann St. Louis Dennis Hartsock Novelty Rebecca Hawk Grundy Center Janis Hawkins La Plata Jennifer Hawn Ankeny, la. Constance Hayden Hannibal Gerald Hayden Vandaha Cynthia Hayes Blakesburg. la. Sharon Hays Macon Diane Hazen Greentop Ruth Healy Fulton Kenny Hedrick Brunswick Richard Heitman Lake Villa Class of 1972 Student Union Quiet Lounge provides a comfortable and quiet place for studying or relaxing. A i M Ignatius Henke Rebecca Henke Montgomery . . . St. Louis Jean Henning Pans Kristy Hermsen Newton Elizabeth Hesse Rochester Naomi Hicken Centralia £ ( y © ffl A , ! £ 3 Melvin Hickie Centerville, la. La Verna Hill Paris Penny Hilliard Lancaster " Nanice Hoaglin TKKzV 3LH.6 Mt. Pleasant, la. Donaleen Hohstadt Arbela Mary Holdren Baring Kay Holt Des Moines, la. Stephen Holt Cantril, la. Xarol Holtkamp AgA Jefferson City Catherine Horace St. Louis Larry House La Belle Carla Houseal Columbus Junction, la. Janet Houston Bettendorf, la. Shahrokh Hoveydai . . . . Chicago, 111. Larry Howard Brookfield Mary Howard Williamstown Terri Howard Oskaloosa, la. Kathleen Howd Mexico Bennie Howe Columbus Junction, la. Cheryl Howe Spickard Diana Howerton Hurdland Gary Hudson Macon Larry Huggins Bloomfield, la. Stanley Huggins Bloomfield, la. Susan Hull Moline, III. Wilma Hume McCredie Kathryn Ifland St. Louis Johnny Isaacs Wheeling Mostafa Izadi Iran " " ■Ruth Jackson Kansas City Janice Jacobs New Cambria " " Gregory James Shelbina Wanda Jarboe New Hartford Janet Jay Brookfield Barbara Jenkins Bowling Green Marilyn Jerome Greentop Carol Johns Queen City Cynthia Johnson New Sharon, la. Everett Johnson New Florence Gale Johnson New Florence Donald Johnson New Florence Jean Johnston Davenport, la. Barrett Jones Arbela Deanna Jones Rolla Jacquelyn Jones Cairo Randall Jones Brunswick Sandra Jordan Pleasantville. la. Carol Jording Quincy. III. Carol Jump Keokuk, la. Debra Keene Unionville 309 ( onstance Kelley Gwenith Kells Vickie Kelsey James Kemp Bruce Kenney Richard Kenney Sharon Kenney Debr a Kent Russell Kershaw Larry Kersten Hedrick, la. Russell, la. Kirksville St. Louis . Kirksville Kirksville Allerton, la. Kansas City, Kans. Colona, III. . . . Harlan. la. Vonnie Kinsinger PW rfcO £| 0 Bloomfield, la. Njarriet Kirgan Jefferson City Virginia Kirk Jeferson City Deborah Kitchen Bevier Daniel Klein Harlan, la James Klein Charles City, la. Joyce Klein Lower Burrell, Pa. Daniel Kliethermes O ' Fallon Rosalie Klote Edina Christine Knapp Morning Sun. la. Glenn Knoepflein Mineola Celeste Knierim St. Louis Janet Knowles Brookfield Kenneth Koehn Marengo, la. Vonda Kraus Memphis Linda Krause Mark Krueger Harold Kruse Jean Kurz Linda Kueny David Lademann Richard Lake Norma Lamb Debra Lambert Claire Lamken Karen Lane Jean Langhammer Mary Langston Carolyn Leake Linda Leake St. Louis Edina White Cheer, la. Vandalia Montgomery Kirksville Bevier Lancaster Purdin St. Louis LaPlata Clarence . . . . Kinloch Bowling Green New London i5orothy Ledesma Walter Lee Susan Lefler Joyce Lehenbauer Kathryn Lehnoff Angela Leone Rosita Lewis A Voyce Lichte V -f Patricia Liddle John Lindquist O ' Fallon Peabody, Ma. Lancaster Hannibal St. Charles Memphis Brunswick Lexington Clinton, la. Greentop 41 f S f 9H fgffi v " " f T m iLfcrflfc [ - 0m 310 Peter Ling Lawrence, Kans. Kristin Linneman Salisbury Jerrv Linson ...... New Cambria Kenny Lippincott Brooklyn, la. Marilyn Liter Shelbyville Kathleen Livengood Burlington, la. Janice Livingston Galesburg, 111. Kenneth Livingston Atlanta Ernest Loft Kirksville Margaret Logue Brookfield Dennis Long Mt. Pleasant, la. Sandra Losey Greentop Martha Lott Kansas City Sherrie Lovland Macon Janice Lowenberg Donnellson, la. Kathy Luetkemeyer Ellen Lumley Shirley McAllister . John McAndrew Austin McBee Quincy, III. LaBelle Mendon Kahoka Ft. Leonard Wood Barbara McBee , . , Greentop . ravis McBride .DP. W ' ' ? Fulton Bonnie McClain Seymour, la. James McClelland Kirksville George McClintock Clinton, la. Leo McCloskey N. Kingstown, R.l. Vicki McCollum Vandaha " Sandra McCollum Farber Gary McCormick Batavia, la. Class of 1972 Baptist Student Union members sold Unicef cards on campus previous to the holiday season. u " " l «» «»hM,; Laura McCracken Cathy McElroy Shelbyville Ottumwa, la. TORE Diana McEwen Regina McGlasson Leonard Macon Mary McGrath S Nancy McKinney Ferguson Waukcgan. III. 311 Physical Education majors prepare for archery competition at one of several Sports days. Class of 1972 Carol Manning Lancaster Martha Manning Ottumwa, la. Alcidean March Kirksville Ktmberly Marshall Davenport, la. Stephanie Marshall Davenport, la. Janet Martena Laddonia Tvlarcia Masters Chariton, la. Ronna Masterson Elsberry Merle Matney Kirksville Linda Maxwell Vandalia Carolyn May Hurdland Anthony Mayer Monroe Charlotte Mayer . . Hurdland William Meade Brunswick Richard Meehan University Fred Meeks Ethel Patricia Mehl T Xi? ' £ - ' . ' .... ' . Ft. Madison, la. Marilyn Meier St. Louis Dianna Melton Centerville, la. Lawrence Merrick Corydon, la. Pamela Mestemacher Florissant Gregory Miller Macon v John Miller Ottumwa, la. Penelope Miller Narwalk, la. Ronald Miller Norwalk, la. Kriss A. Mc Lain Stockport, la Carlan Mc Laughlin Griggsville, I Virginia Mc Millan Bowling Green Tyrone Mc Nairy St. Louis Terrel Mack Kirksville Mary Mackenzie Davenport, la. Constance Macy Fairfield, la. Nancy Madden Fairfield, la. Shelly Madden Kirksville Robert Maddex Lentner T Jr w Zk 312 m Cj ,, " «To, fa C fa M . N 7 Russell Miller Ottumwa, la. Sandra Miller Vandalia Steven Mincks Seymour. la. Larry Mitchell Paris Mary Molyneux Rose Hill, la. David Montgomery Novinger Gerald Montgomery Kirksville Tony Montgomery Linneus Linda Moore Brunswick Janice Morin Lincoln, R.I. Barbara Morris Curryville " Mary Morris Gorin SMary Sue Morris Sigourney, la. " Thomas Morris . .% .K " . . , Purdin -George Morrison .. M... " . T OoA . ' Mokane Robert Morrow Memphis Jahanba Mortezapour Iran Shelby Morton Kirksville Ralph Motley Vandalia Darrell Mott Paris " -Patrick Moylan AM West Liberty, la. Elizabeth Muck Meadville Phyllis Mudd O ' Fallon Marla Mundell New London Mark Murphy Revere Myra Musgrove Gorin Clifford Myers Quincy, 111. Melinda Myers Clarksville Susan Nailor Mt. Vernon, la. Anabel Nations Kirksville Nola Neil Brookfield James Nelson ,„,,,. ...,,. Atlanta —Richard Nelson K . . . . T PK Y . St. Louis Linda Newell Bloomfield, la. Wanda Newland Downing Rosalee Nibarger Chillicothe Earl Nichols Manchester Dan Nielsen Denmark Yupayong Nimsomboon Thailand Masamichi Nishimoto Japan Gayle Nissing Wright City " TJon Noland St. Charles Jeanette Noland Kirksville Pamela Norman Washington. la. Rita Norman Bevier Cynthia Norris Ottumwa, la. Trudi Norton Ft. Madison, la. Mary O ' Brien Arbela Diane O ' Connell St. Louis Mary Oestreich Salisbury 313 Mary Ogden B ° l kf, ?, l 1 d Harold Ogle kirksville Philip Ogle •••■•■ Lomsiana Edward OUtench III Nantuckett Ma. Karen Olson Ew,n e Mary Olson Dallas City, 111. Sharon Orf % .%- St. Charles Sheryl Orman Ottumwa, la Sharon ORourke • Hurdland John Overton Carlisle, la. Linda Overton Wayne. Mis. ——Phillip Palmer Purdin Jill Pankers Webster Grove Kathryn Park Marshalltown, la. Joann Parker Hannibal Marylou Parker Luray Robert Parker St. Ann Mark Parson Kirksville Diane Parsons Columbus Junction, la. 3 John Parsons Novelty I $ Jean Patten Kirksville S " Janet Patterson Kirksville -Dennis Pauk Havelock, la. Francis Pauley Newton Dorothy Pauly Washington, la. Rita Pauly Fairfield, la. Harry Pearl Des Moines, la. Patricia Pearson Raytown Joanne Pease Ft. Madison, la. Janet Peecher Elsberry Harlan Penn Kirksville Thomas Peoples Leonard Sandra Perisho Zearing, la. Georgetta Perkins Mexico Janell Perkins Cantril, la. Larry Peters Stephen Peters Cheryl Peterson Janet Peterson Randy Petty Pholpuntin Sanya Gary Pieper Martin Pingel George Pipes Debra Ann Placht Linda Player Larry Pogue Elizabeth Pohlmann Raymond Porter atherine Powell K Grundy Center, la. Des Moines, la. Wayland, la. Gorin Mexico Thailand O ' Fallon Lake Villa, III. Milan New Haven Warrenville, 111. Rockford, III. Davenport, la. Washington, la. Montgomery City a. C Q ft © 3)4 Lee Powers Bob Preston Michael Prewitt Richard Probasco Michael Proffitt " Stephen Pryor ® -Aliriam Quick Michael Quigley Ruth Quigley VRita Quincer Stephan Raines " •-Rita Ratican Richard Ray Fayez Rayan Darrell Reams ft fV Adella Richardson Linda Rickey David Riedemann Caren Riley Laura Riley Pamela Ritchie Gloria Roames David Robins Faye Roberts Patsy Redden Cheryl Reed Vicki Reese Sara Reid Kathryn Rennells Stephen Repetto Paula Resnick Habibollah Rezai Stephen Rhodes T aren Rhoads 4 A St. Louis Wright City Clark Unionville St. Charles Clinton, la. Martinsburg, la. Unionville Milan Shabona. III. kirksville Wentzville Unionville Doha-Qatar W. Des Moines, la. ... Auxvasse Conesville, la. Kirksville Davenport, la. Chillicothe Moberly St. Louis Iran Center Queen City Macon Winfield, la. Class of 1972 Necessary school supplies and sundry items are available at the Campus Book Store. Primchar, la. Riley Kirksville Sturgeon Michigan City, Ind. Memphis St. Louis 315 Juanita Roberts Milan Roberts Lancaster : Roberts Victor, a. reresa Robeson Moline, 111. Brenda Robinson Brookfield Robert Robinson Des Moines, la. Vicki Robinson Kansas City Jane Rockwell Oskaloosa, la. Beverlv Rodgers Winfield, la. Brenda Rodman Florissant Amaurys Rodrisuez Venezuela James Rogers Leonard Jerry Rogers What Cheer, la. Charles Ross Bynumville Howard Ross Auxvasse Janice Rosser Centralia Bethany Rubottom Quincy, 111. Kathleen Rudd Eolia Diane Rukgaber Mt. Pleasant, la. Jackie Russell Brookfield Amporn Sakulew Thailand Woodrow Salyer Hannibal Pungchai Saravasee Carbondale, III. Phyllis Sargent Meadville Steven Sayre Unionville Dwayne Scales St. Louis James Schieni Salisbury William Schnarre St. Charles John Schnell Hallsville Phyllis Schoonover Pollock Jerry Schoppenhorst Montgomery City Sheryl Schrepfer Ft. Madison, la. Sharon Schuetz Meadville Carol Schumacher Bettendorf, la. Leland Schuster Kahoka Class of 1972 Adults contemplate and exercise their creative abilities. H Q, f) § J § % A £ f, 4m f UJ C S , • © ci m 0J Patricia Schwanke Leonard Ronald Scott Novinger N Carol Sees Kirksville Terry Sehlke Keytesville Kathleen Seroka Florissant Vjf ' Daryl Shafer Novinger ft y W ) -■ ' je rftrfi Janice Shaw Karyl Shaw Chas Shelton Mary Shelton NTheryl Shields Nv TfftV. Curryville Florissant Kirksville Des Moines Hannibal illiam Sick Michael Sisul Jeri Six " " Tommy Skinner Esther Slaton Mary Slocum Michael Small Michele Small . . St. Louis Centerville, la. Fairfield, la. Hannibal Madison Arlys Smith Brenda Smith A. Baring Arbela Arbela Wyaconda Ferguson Connie Smith Daniel Smith Rose Smith Victoria Smith Douglas Smithson Charles Smoot . . . . . N Rayburn Snell ' Dennis Snider Donna Snyder John Sojka Medill Milan Moberly Bowling Green La Plata Bethel Kirksville Montezuma, la. N. Chicago, 111. Riverside, la. Janice Spencer Daniel Spies " -Michael Spinelli -SrK.G. Linda Stagner Matthew Stallings Kirksville Park Ridge, N.J. Waukegan, III. St. Louis St. Louis Virginia Stambaugh Judith Stanish Nancy Stapp . . y Rodney Steinmann -». ' ' " Becky Stelpflug .S5Z.. .. Ewing Webster Groves Oskaloosa, la. Florissant Ankeny, la. " Peggy Stempel Susan Sterner Larry Stewart Linda Stewart Marilyn Stewart John Sticht Margaret Stilwell Linda Stoker Cheryl Stubbs -Curtis Stude iT.C. Ollie, la. Mexico Kirksville Cincinnati, la. Donnellson, la. Dan Sullivan Jimmy Sumners " " Nona Susewind Chiraporn Suwanraks Krisna Suwanraks Wood River, III. Pittsfield, 111. Des Moines, la. Hedrick, la. . Warrenton Creve Coeur . . . . Madison Carrollton Washington, D.C. Thailand 317 Louise Swain Sherj H Swanson Ellen Swartzendruber Michael Swindell Donna Swon Kirksville Des Moines, la. Wellman, la. Madison Center Deborah Syferd Marilyn Sykes Donna Tague Michael Tankesley Reagan Tate Bonnie Taylor Linda Thomas Millard Thomas Ivan Thompson Mary Thompson Walter Thompson . Michael Thrasher Suzanne Threlkeld katherin Thorington Janet Thornburg Bruce Tiller Fredrick Timmerberg Carol Tipton Charlene Tipton Judith Todd Macon Trenton Gorin Lexington . . . Purdin Lucas, la. Columbus Junction, la. New Cambria New Florence Cedar Rapids, la. La Plata Shelbyville Macon Ft. Wayne, Ind. Pleasantville, la. . . Laddonia Valley Park Queen City Quincy, 111. Williamstown Marilyn Tomich Mary Tophinkee Katherine Trammel Mary Trimble Ellen Truesdell Kirksville Bowling Green Queen City Monmouth, 111. Washington Kai Tse China Glinda Tucker Ellisville Linda Tucker Ellisville Sherri Tucker Fairfield, la. Linda Tuley Hedrick, la. Class of 1972 Livelihood of springtime brings a note of relaxation to the campus. Larry Turk St. Louis Kathryn Tyler Carlisle, la. Michael Ulry Hannibal Sharon Utterback Perry John Vandike D Lancaster Mark Van Dolah La Plata -» M± jCT, (5n d » i U C«f ▲ b ■ J 1 , Dennis L. Van Fleet Corydon, la. " " David P. Van Uum Clayton Patricia A. Vass Bevier Stephen L. Vaughn Jamesport Dennis R. Veach Kirksville Judith A. Verdine Washington Dennis E. Vokoun La Grand, la. Linda L. Vore Auxvasse —Linda C. Waddill . . l.Z. Brookfield James E. Wadlin Callao Kathey A. Wagner Lexington Danny E. Waite Wheeling Brian T. Walker Fairfield, la. " " Carroll R. Walker Green City Sally A. Walker Fayette Melvin N. Walls St. Louis George F. Walter Canton Danny R. Ward Callao Mary L. Warren Wheeling Sheril E. Warren Chula Ruel E. Way Ashland, 111. Jo E. Waybill Bloomfield, la. Anthony Weatherford Columbia Robert Weatherford Clarence Warren P. Weber Atlanta Larry D. Weede . .SK Bloomfield, la. • -Lorrain D. Weede Bloomfield, la. Anita J. Weeks Montgomery City Carol A. Wehmeyer Ferguson Phyllis M. Weinrich Hawk Point Andrew D. Weisenborn Macon Karen L. Weiting Davenport, la. Herbert W. Wells Princeton Linda L. Wells Glasgow Margaret J. Welte Kirksville Rhea A. Werts .? £«£■ Russell, la. Darrell R. Whanger Auxvasse Donald E. White Unionville Lois J. White Farmington, la. Gwen P. Whitney Kirkwood Mark E. Whitney Fairfield, la. James R. Wideman Monroe City Janice M. Widger Ottumwa, la. Jonathan D. Wilcox Le Claire, la. Judy M. Wilhoit Clarksville Sandra L. Wilke Knoxville, la. Alvin M. Williams St. Louis Cathy L. Williams Bowling Green Scott J. Wililams Fairfax, la. Keith L. Willis Canton 319 Solitude in the Student Union Quiet Lounge provides an atmosphere for serious study. Finals creep up on many students who find it mandatory to do last minute cramming. Class of 1972 Kocoa Wilp Silex Harold Wilson Revere Jimmy Wilson Milan Judith Wilson Mt. Pleasant, la. ed Wilson £?£ Florissant Theodore Windels Cheryle Wiseman t31oria Wiskinchen Patricia Wittier Susan Woltjen Meadville Ewing Ewing Chillicothe . St. Louis Johnie Wood rJancy Wood Ann Woods Xonstance Wright Judith Wright . . . . La Plata La Plata La Plata Ottumwa, la. . . Kirksville Carla Yager Willard Yardley Joan Yates Donna Yos Lynn Zechman Manuel Zenteno " Julie Zimmer Peggy Zinnert Cynthia Zollars Barbara Zuehlke £Ke . . Vandaila . Kirksville Monroe City Milan Bellevue, O. Mexico Ft. Madison, la. Kahoka Keosauqua, la. . Winfield, la. 320 Smile, say cheese, and be yourself as John Kenney, College photog- rapher, snaps that perfect moment shot. The Public Relations photographer is also in charge of student ID pictures, ECHO group pictures. College publicity shots and teaches Photography to hundreds of students each year. 321 B 9 100, 232 232 I) A.. 270 Ed L, I7 102 I Adam, Joy I Adams, Patricia A . 28ft Adams, Sh:iron K I hristine A.. i)2 iron K 1 16, 119 Addleman, K 94, 137. 162, 232 Adelstein, Peggy A.. 270 Ades, Diane Doreen, 502 ADMISSIONS OFFICE, 63 Adrian Phyllis Ann. 122, 302 AEOLIAN CLUB, 114 Alr.i. Mohammad Hussa. 302 Afshar, Darioush Maj. 108. 134, 232 Aga, Elsie I cine. 108 AGRICULTURE CLUB, 135 Ah-Hing. Sui Sio, 110, 286 Ahdieh. Keumars, 135. 270 Ahmed, Madhal Abdula, 108, 270 Akefi, Morteza, 302 Akins. Linda Kay. 302 Atberlson. Twila Z„ 270 Albrecht. Carla R.. 154, 270 Albright. Gail. 74, 92, 172 Albus, Elizabeth Ann, 106, 232 Alhus. James Henry, 176, 302 Alderton. Ruth, 270 Aldrich. Harold Stan, 232 Aldridge, Velma. 232 Allbee, Rose M., 106, 286 Alexander, Jr., Dorian, 302 Alexander. Curd Crit, 204, 205. 220 Allen, Barbara Jean. 302 Allen, Cecil H., 83 Allen, Larry Dean, 166, 302 Allen, Patricia Ann, 105, 113, 232 Allen. Raymond Keith, 131. 132, 192, 193. 214, 215, 216 Allen, Steven L., 286 Alley, Doria Kathryn, 302 Allgood. Dennis A., 270 Allison, Billy Jewel. 302 Almond, Dorothy F., 128, 286 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA, 166, 167 ALPHA PHI OMEGA, 95 ALPHA PHI SIGMA, 94 ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA, 154, 155 ALPHA SIGMA TAU, 156 Alverez, Dr. Humberto, 74 Amedei. Joetta Sue. 302 Amos, William Glenn, 232 Amosson. Janice Lee, 228 Anderson, Brenda J„ 105, 106, 270 Anderson, Brian A., 97, 105, 112, 232 Anderson, Carolene B., 123. 270 Anderson, Celestia C, 302 Anderson. Dr. Cyril, 79 Anderson, Douglas F., 116, 117, 232 Anderson, Elaine L.. 93, 232 Anderson, Gay L, 154, 302 Anderson, Jeanne Lyn. 302 Anderson, Larry D., 210 Anderson. Roger Lee, 270 Anderson. William E., 99, 270 Anderson. William J., 232 Andrews. Gregory A.. 286 Andrews, Susan Gayle, 302 Angel, Ruth L., 105, 156, 286 Anliker, Deardra Joy, 270 Applefeld. Richard I . 270 Arico. James Anthony. 131, 210, 211 Arment. Sandra J., 302 Armgard. Crystal D.. 232 Armstrong, Beverly A.. 270 Armstrong, Dwaila A.. 286 Armstrong, George P.. 131. 172. 232 Arnold. John Conard, 99. 232 Arnold, Randall E., 302 Arthaud, Mary Abigail. 141, 302 Ashhy. Marilyn Ruth, 302 Ashhy, Michael 1 ane, 2X6 Asher, Ronald Lewis, 286 Ashmead, Nancy L., 106. 286 ASSOC. OF CHILDHOOD ED., 106 Atkins, Donna K.. 154, 270 Aubrey. Cee. 154 Augustine, Dennis, 204 ■ iicspurger, Deborah, 286 Auld, Patricia A., 106, 232 Ault, Robert D., 1 17, 1 19, 120, 286 Austin, Vicky, 156, 270 B Babbitt, Helen, 69 Babbitt. Melinda J.. 14, 158, 302 Baczek. Judith, 286 Badaracco, Lynn, 104, 270 Bagby, Jean, 286 Bagley, Martha, 71 Bagley, Mary, 154, 286 Bagley, Dr. Ronald, 77 Bailey, Ella, 286 Bailey, Jane. 162, 232 Bailey, Marjorie, 128, 129, 232 Bailey, Ronald, 270 Bailey, Ruth, 109 Baitto. Elmira, 71 Bair, Larry, 270 Baker, Becky, 270 Baker, Brenda, 302 Baker. Carolyn. 233 Baker, Charlotte, 233 Baker, James, 172, 233 Baker, Marie, 302 Baker, Raymond (Regentsl, 55 Baker, Robert, 286 Baker. Ronald, 104, 112, 137, 270 Baker, Steven, 302 Baker, Theodore, 97, 168, 286 Baker, Tim. 233 Bakhtiar, Feridoon, 108, 302 Bakken, Susan, 233 Balderson. Stephen. 302 Ball, Eugene, 174, 233 Ball, Evelyn, 123, 233 Ball. Richard, 286 Ball, Robert, 302 Ballard, Tom, 95, 174, 233 Ballew, Brenda, 108, 270 Bally, Victor, 286 Bane, Nancy, 302 Bang, Sharon, 233 Banks, Fred, 214, 216 Bankson, Judith, 109, 286 Banning, Michael, 302 Banta, Mary Jo. 94, 160, 270 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION, 140, 141 Barbero, Sharon, 58 Bardole, Donald, 233 Barger, Michael, 302 Barker, Catherine. 156, 286 Barker, Thomas, 302 Barnes, Sondra, 302 Barnes, Sterck, 172, 270 Barnett, Donald, 303 Barnett, Jane, 71 Barnett, Otho, 83 Barnett, Sharon, 96, 108, 270 Barnett, Shirley, 106, 137, 270 Barr, John. 174. 286 Barrett. Frieda, 158, 303 Barrett, Philip. 174. 233 Barrickman, Patricia, 303 Barrier, Deborah, 122 Barry, Summer. 162, 303 Barta. Jeanne. 128, 129. 303 Battel, Marvin, 69 Bartels, Mary, 286 Battels, Richard, 233 Bartlett, Sandra, 100, 152. 158. 233 Bartley, Mary, 270 Bartling, John, 76 Bartow, John H. (Regents), 55 Bartow. Teresa, 108, 286 BASEBALL, 210, 211 BASKETBALL, 196, 197, 198, 199. 200. 201, 202, 203 Baskett, Georgia, 286 Bates, Patricia, 106, 122, 270 Bathan, Sandra. 123 Battaglia, Donna, 128. 129, 286 Battaglia, Gail, 128. 129, 303 Batterson, Darrell, 233 Batterson, Kathy, 107, 233 Batterson, Roberta, 303 Bauer, Linda, 270 Baugher, Shirley, 270 Baum, Barbara, 270 Baum, Robert, 233 Baumeier, Becky, 233 Baumgartner, Cynthia. 303 Bauswell, Harold, 270 Bauswell, Susan, 270 Baxter, James, 303 Baxter. Janice, 105, 108. 233 Baxter, J aye. 233 Baxter, Phil, 270 Bazil. Janice, 90, 157, 233 Beaird. Marsha Jo, 303 Beal, Ruth, 74 Beale, John, 286 Bean, Barbara. 105, 233 Bean, David, 89. 127. 271 Beane, Gary, 233 Beard, Richard, 204 Beasley. Joyce. 303 Beason, Wallace, 233 Beaty. David. 112, 168, 271 Beaty. Paul. 303 Beaver, Amalie, 162. 271 Beaver, Bruce, 196 Beavers. Patricia. 303 Bebermeyer. Kenneth. 131, 286 Becherer. Russell, 303 Becker. Giesela, 108, 233 Beebout, Mary, 106, 137, 233 Beeler. George, 286 Begeman, Ann, 94, 122, 129, 286 Beggs, Berenice, 83 Behle. John, 116. 117, 133, 233 Behle. Rosanna, 105, 271 Behn, David, 271 Behncke, Laird, 176, 303 Behncke, Teryl, 286 Behring. Mary Lou, 104, 129, 286 Beisch, Judith. 233 Belew, Ronald, 131 Belfield, Gary, 170, 271 Bell, Dr. Clifton, 67, 92 Bell, Connie, 303 Bell, Gary. 233 Bell, June, 271 Bell. Dr. Max, 79 Bell. Nancy, 147, 271 Beltramo, Constance, 286 Belzer. Dennis, 303 Bemboon. Wanda, 74 Benda, Pam, 234 Benedict. Shirley. 303 Bennett. Gary, 228 Bennett. Janice, 286 Beskin, Barbara, 303 Benson, Diane, 303 Benson. Gary, 123 Benson, Mary, 142, 271 Benson, William, 234 Berentes, Michael. 189, 214, 216 Berkeley, Charles, 287 Berkowitz. Samuel. 148, 174. 234 Berry. Brenda, 234 Berry. Francis, 234 Berry. Jacquelynn, 234 Berry, Linda, 108 Berstler. Carl, 287 Bertani. Kathryn, 228 Bertelsen, Sherry. 123. 141, 303 BETA TAU DELTA, 147 Bethards, Charles, 303 Bethel, Larry, 234 Bettis, Lysle, 107, 234 Bettis, Steven, 287 Betz, Cindie. 303 Betz. George, 112. 303 Bever, Bob, 172, 271 Bevins, Nancy, 147, 234 Bidcaux, James, 168, 271 Bieker, Wanda. 303 Bier. Linda, 287 Biggerstaff. John L., 83 Biggerstaff, Dr. John L. Jr., 64 Biggs. Vicki, 102. 303 Billington, Sharon, 234 Billups, Karen, 128, 129, 154, 234 Hinder, Joan, 287 Binder, Mary, 90, 94. 100, 234 Binning, Michael, 271 Bird, Brenda, 287 Bishop. David, 234 Bishop. Phyllis. 90, 133, 234 Bissey, Melvin. 116, 117, 303 Black, Glen, 99, 134. 234 Black, Dr. John. 79. 127 Black, Cheri, 120 Blaesing, David F., 234 Blake, Carolyn S., 271 Blake, Ronald L„ 234 Blakley, Charles V„ 184, 190, 210 Blankenship, James A., 271 Blaylock, Larry P.. 234 Blazicek, Charles, 174, 271 Blecher, Patricia, 106, 107, 234 Bleigh, Susan, 105, 107, 287 Blickhan. Dennis, 303 Blickhan, Larry, 287 Blickhan, Mary Jane, 303 Bliefnick, Connie, 303 Blodgett. Patricia, 271 BLUE KEY, 91 Blume, Scott, 287 Blunt, Deborah, 287 BOARD OF REGENTS, 54, 55 Bobeen, Joan Marie, 303 Bodhidatta, Nalinee, 228 Bodine, Egor, 176, 271 Bogert, Donald, 287 Bohn, Beverly, 234 Bohn, Bonnie, 105, 234 Bohning, Joyce, 287 Bohon, Kathleen, 60 Boland, Linda. 287 Boland. Sandra. 234 Boleach, Larry, 39, 92, 132 Boley. Christopher, 303 Boley, David, 287 Bolton, Glenn (Regents), 54 Bolton. Harry, 234 Bond, Carl, 95. 287 Bond, Maria, 141, 271 Bond, Steve, 174, 214, 220 Bondurant, David, 94, 95, 133, 144, 287 Bonta, William, 135, 234 Boone, Charlotte, 235 Bordenaro, Thomas, 235 Borgschulte. Wayne, 235 Bork.. Deanna, 287 Boshart, Doris, 271 Bothe, Catherine. 108. 287 Bothe. Nancy, 106. 122. 137. 287 Botts. Mary Ann, 303 Boucher, Henry, 59, 92 Boudreau, Nicholas, 112, 287 Bounds. Kenneth, 287 Bounds, Rebecca Sue. 90, 93. 235 Bowdish, James, 235 Bowen, Arlene. 271 Bowen, Jack, 39, 92 Bowen, William. 303 Bowens. Howard. 228 Bowers. Gary. 135 Bowers. Dr. Orville, 62 Bowers, Richard. 271 Bowles, James, 104, 112, 235 Bowles. Michael, 271 Bowling. Alan Craig. 112, 235 Boyd, Garry L, 131, 214, 215 Boyd, John, 134, 235 Boyd. Stan. 174 Boyd. Teresa, 105, 106. 235 Boyer, Karen, 228 Boyle, Christine, 160, 235 Braden, Marv, 28. 182 Bradley, Larry, 235 Bradley, Linda, 303 Bradley, Michael. 287 Bradley, Robert. 64 Bradshaw. Dollie. 303 Bradshaw. James. 174, 235 Bradshaw. Michael. 235 Bradshaw, Perry. 174, 287 Brake, Michael, 131, 212. 213, 235 Brakensiek. Sharon, 108. 271 322 Bramlelt. Donald, 196. 198. 200, 202 Brammer. Deborah, 128. 129, 271 Brammer, Janet. 122 Brammer. Janice. 106, 235 Brand, William. 271 Brandau, La Donna, 108, 235 Brandt, Joachim, 235 Braristetter, Dale, 99, 235 Brayton, Dennis, 80, 95 112 126 174, 235 Brennecke, Catharin;, 129. 127 160 286, 287 Brewer, Constance, 104 Brewer, Wanda, 271 Bridges, Carol, 99, 271 Brimer, Richard, 95, 97. 1 12 142 153, 168, 169, 235 Brimhall. Steven, 235 Bringer, John E., 131, 132. 191. 271 Brinker. Barbara, 235 Brinker, Gary, 235 Brinker, June, 287 Brinkman, William, 287 Briscoe. John, 99, 235 Briscoe, Linda, 303 Brobst. Richard, 287 Brockman, Martha, 73 Brodeen, Michele. 116, 117 129 142 303 Brody. Elliot, 100 Brombaugh, Nancy, 287 Brooks. Daniel, 170. 271 Broughton. Joan, 162, 287 Brown, Billy, 303 Brown, Gloria, 303 Brown, Harry, 204 Brown, Jenita, 114, 303 Brown, Judy Kay, 134, 137, 141, 236 Brown. Leo, 303 Brown, Randall, 287 Brown, Rita, 146, 271 Brown. Stanley. 235 Brown, Stephen, 91, 236 Browne. Dr. Walter, 83 Brownell. Russell, 236 Broxey, Maxine. 128, 236, 129 Broyles. Carol, 303 Bruce, Susan, 160, 236 Bruening, Thomas, 287 Brumm, Bonnie, 108 Brummitt. Merrilee. 287 Brune, LeRoy, 287 Bruner. Robert, 287 Bruner, Susan. 303 Bryan, Rande, 134 Bryant. Nancy. 106. 271 . Bryson, Mickie. 287 Buchanan, Billie, 236 Buck. Brenda, 287 Buckley, Barbara, 162, 303 Buckley. Gary, 287 Budde. Steven, 166, 287 Bufkin. John, 303 Buhr, Jerry. 203. 271 Bulick, Nancee. 88. 89, 120. 158. 232, 236 Bull, Betty. 236 Bull. Danny, 236 Bullock, Marilyn, 236 Bullock, Roger. 113. 114 Bumsted. Alan, 236 Bundy. Donald. 166. 303 Bunney, Mary Alice (Regents), 54 Burch. Clyde, 81 Burch, Gary, 104, 112, 176, 236 Burch, Patricia, 123. 271 Burg, Thomas, 271 Burk, Virginia. 141, 236 Burkemper. Dale. 236 Burkemper. Phyllis. 303 Burkemper. Ruth, 303 Burnaugh, Melicent, 154, 287 Burnett,, Donna Fay, 303 Burnett, Gloria. 160. 232, 236 Burnett, James. 236 Burnett. John, 236 Burnham, Kenneth, 99. 271 Burns, John, 304 Burrus. Carol. 108. 271 Burrus. Donald. 134. 271 Burt. Deborah. 271 Burton, Donna, 160, 236 Burton, Stephen. 204. 271 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB, 99 BUSINESS SERVICE, 63 Buss. Maxine. 304 Bute. George, 94, 144, 236 Butler. Daniel H.. 271 Butler, Daniel J.. 172, 271 Butler, Maria-Teresa, 236 Butler, Randy, 170, 271 Butler, Timothy, 287 Butrick, Deborah, 14, 158. 287 Buxman. Carol. 287 Bybee, John. 95, 174. 271 Byerly, Diana. 236 Byrd. Betty. 271 Byrd, Jane, 75 Byrkit, Nancy. 114. 116. 119. 304 Byrne. Michael. 170. 287 Bywaters. Dr. James, 79 Cable, William, 61 Cagle, Donna, 236 Cagle. Robert, 176. 286. 288 Cahalan, Jacqueline. 288 Cain. Joyce. 104, 106, 271 Cain, Leonard, 304 Cain Roger, 141, 272 Caldwell, John. 95, 112. 176. 271 Caldwell, Fran. 128, 271 Caldwell. Sheila. 149, 305 Calhoun, Danny. 271 Calisle, Laveda, 272 Calise, Ralph, 236 Calvert, Carol, 272 Calvert, Ronald, 304 Calvert, Sherry. 123 Campbell. Gary, 304 Campbell. John. 99, 170, 237 Campbell. Kenneth. 288 Campbell, Pamela, 272 Canatsey, Dorothy, 272 Cannon. David, 95, 99, 237 Cantrell, Donald. 141 Cantrell. Kitty. 103 CARDINAL KEY, 90 Carlisle, Deborah. 304 Carlisle, Philip, 288 Carlson. Donna. 237 Carlson. Stephen, 272 Carnes. Marsha, 237 Carr, John. 237 Carroll. Dennis, 304 Carroll, Sue. 93. 94, 96, 108, 237 Carter. Jean. 123, 162. 304 Carter, Marilyn, 228 Carter. Patricia, 237 Carter. Pauline, 129, 304 Casad, Tom. 237 Casady, Stanley, 134, 272 Casebolt. Jerry, 97 Caselton, Ervin. 304 Castagna, Kenneth, 176, 288 Cathcart, Jerry, 288 Cathey, Dallas, 272 Catron, Christine, 304 Cattle, Mary. 90. 128. 129, 154, 237 Cecil. Robert. 237 Celli, Florence, 288 Chaffee, Joy. 112, 272 Chaistapol, Ruchneag. 228 Chaloupecky, William, 272 Chamaraman, Nang Noi, 228 Chamberlain. Robert. 97 Chamdanabhumma. Pipat. 237 Champ, Edwin, 304 Chandler, Kathy, 288 Chandler, Patricia, 272 Chandrakamol, Vunnee, 228 Chaney, James. 237 Chaney, Patricia. 304 Chang. Edda. 108. 288 Chao. Rio Kung-Bih, 228 Chao. Tsai-Sien, 228 Chaplin. Bernadine. 114, 237 Chapman. Danny. 272 Charles. Duane. 174. 272 Chatten. Stephen, 272 Cheatum, Vickie, 288 CHEERLEADERS, 194, 195 Cherbonnier, Kathleen. 82 Chiang, Ellen, 228 Chiang, Hsian-Chin, 228 Chiarottino, Theresa, 304 Chidester, Gary, 304 Childress. Donna. 237 Chin, Carrie. 228 Chloupek. Linda, 272 Christian, Carolyn. 14, 237 Christie. John, 237 Christman. Cheryl, 108. 162. 288 Christofferson. Harry, 134. 237 Christopher, Karen, 288 Christy. Linda, 272 Chu. Josephine. 237 Chuang. Shao-Wu, 237 CIRCLE K CLUB, 97 Cirrintano, Pete. 131, 237 Cistrunk, Bernice, 288 Claggett, Charles. 135, 288 Clair, Linda. 106, 122, 237 Clair, Lonnie. 304 Clapp, Julie, 272 CLARINET BRASS CHOIR. 119 Clark. Carol, 162 Clark, Cynthia. 114. 119 Clark, Dora Belle, 65 Clark, Karan, 304 Clark, Lawrence, 134, 237 Clark, Lou, 107, 288 Clark, Mary. 160. 272 Clark, Michael El., 288 Clark, Michael Eugene. 304 Clark, Patricia, 114. 304 Clarke, Evelyn, 90, 94, 128. 129, 237 Clarkson, Jay, 288 Clarkson, Robert, 304 Clary, Marilyn. 272 Clayton. Russell, 92 Clermont. Dennis, 136, 141. 272 Cleveland. Harold. 136. 288 Clifton, Nancy, 128, 129 Clinkenbeard, Dixie, 304 Clinton. Claudia. 14, 107, 154, 304 Clodius. Yvonne, 89, 160. 237 Cloniger. Catherine. 288 Clough. Billye, 238 Clow. Jacquelyn. 105. 106, 238 Clow. Ken. 131, 176. 208. 209. 272 Cloyd. Drennan, 174. 304 Clyde. Dr. Glenda. 75, 156 Cobb, Carolyn. 228 Cobb. Joseph. 22S Cobourn, William. 81 Cochran. David. 153. 168, 288 Cochran, Michael. 238 Cochran. Victor. 79 Cockley. Joel, 214 Cody. James, 136. 172, 238 Cody. Joseph, 172, 238 Cody. Dr. Roger, 69. I 18, 120 Coffey. Susan. 238 Coffman. Charles. 238 Cogan. Dr. Max. 71 Coin, Kerry. 91. 133. 238 Coker. Jerry. 288 Cokerham, Marilyn. 272 Colbert, Floyd. 238 Colby Charles. 238 Cole, Barry. 135. 238 Cole, Duane, 92. 135 Cole, Loretta. 123 Cole, Cheryl, 238 COLHECON CLUB, 108 COLLEGE BAND. 116, 117 COLLEGE ORCHESTRA. 120. 121 COLLEGE PLAYERS, 103 COLLEGE USHERS, 88 tollett. Harry. 104, 238 Collett. James. 238 Collier, Glynda. 304 Collings. Deanna, 158. 288 Collins. Carl. 174. 220. 288 Collins. Dorothy, 288 Collins, Jerry. 107. 228 Collins. Kathy. I OH. 2KS Collins. Robert. 304 Collins. Sherod. 75 Collver. R. Christine. 162. 304 Colton. Frank. 61 Colton, Nick, 166, 238 Colyer, Bruce, 272 Colyer. Carol, 176, 228 Comegys, David, 288 Comer, Patricia, 94, 154, 288 Compton, James, 176, 214, 288 Conard, Kerry, 134 Cone. Carol. 14. 16. 304 Conlee. Ruth, 128, 129, 238 Conn, Linda, 93. 94, 105, 106 Conner, Judy, 304 Conner, Michael, 107, 136 Conner, Randy. 304 Conners, Kerry, 238 Conrad, Melvin, 79 Constance, Richard, 126, 141, 174, 304 Cook, Jimmy, 91, 93, 94, 126, 238 Cook, Marilyn, 304 Cook, Mary Lee, 106, 304 Cook, Ray S.. 135. 238 Cool, John, 238 Cool, Sara. 238 Cooper, Barbara, 304 Cooper. Rich. 135, 272 Cooper. Helen. 16. 104, 288 Cooper, Troy. 172. 288 Copenhaver, Harold, 69 Copenhaver. Nancy, 130, 154, 288 Copithorne, Robert, 99, 238 Copley. Albert. 79 Corbett, Cornelius. 304 Corbett. Thomas. 1 12 Cornwell. Rosemary. 162 Corzette. Sandra, 304 Cosgrove, Craig, 272 Cossey, Connie, 272 Cottom, Rita. 14, 123, 288 Cottrell, Richard. 141. 304 Couchman. Jack. 272 Couchman. Linda. 108. 144, 238 COUNCIL ON EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN ,107 CROSS COUNTRY. 192, 193 Courtney. Barbara. 304 Covey. Barbara. 272 Covington. Mary. 288 Cowan. Marilyn. 238 Cox, Carolyn, 238 Cox, Dale, 112. 272 Cox, Howard, 95. 153. 174. 272 Cox. Mary. 89. 98, 105, 148, 238 Cox, Richard. 238 Cox. Teddy. 127 Cox. William. 304 Coy, Teresa. 90, 94, 102, 154 Craft, Buddy. 272 Cragen. Lois. 272 Cragen. Willa. 108. 144, 272 Craig, Nan, 238 Craig. Paul. 114. 116, 135. 174, 272 Crain, Michael. 239 Crank. Terry. 170, 272 Cranston. David, 288 Crawford. Barbara, 288 Crawford, Glinda, 108. 239 Crawford, Jerry, 288 Crawford, Mark. 99, 239 Crawford. Shirley. 89, 98. 105. 239 Creason. Lois, 239 Creed, John Austin. 2SS Creegan. Dennis. 112. 239 Creegan. Willa. 112 Crigler. Sandra. 304 Crim. Joyce. 96 Crist. Andrew. 172, 272 Crist. Don. 228 Crist. Mary. 272 Crist. Raymond, 77 Croarkin. Eugene. 65. 170 Crooks. Forest, 67, 92 Crooks, Kathy, 304 Crooks, Larry. 136, 137. 172. 239 f rosbv. Harry. 239 CROSS COUNTRY. 192, 193 Crouch. Carol. 141. 288 Crouch, Sherlie. 103. 108. 239 Crow, Frances, 288 Crull, Joyce, 287 Cruse. Ruth. 272 323 rtson, Janice, 141, :87 Cullers, Jeanne, 102, 239 t. ullum, Bessie, 287 Id, 28, 182. 184. 190 ( urn l 81 i unningham, Joseph. 228 i unningham, Marsha. 304 ( unningham, Robert, 287 ngham w endell, 272 ( upp, Dorothy, 239 i urr. Rebecca, 239 i urio, Richard, 239 i urrent, David, 287 ie. harles, 202, 287 1 aura, " 4. 239, 287 , Allan, 99, 114. 272 ( urlis. Dak Curtis, Joseph, 239 i (aniel, 1 70 i ushman Diane, 88, 89, 158, 239 D Daggett. Terry, 288 Dahms. Beverly, 142. 156. 288 Dahms. Carolyn, 239 Marlys, 14. 27. 148. 160. 272 loseph M.. 288 Daily, I ois, 239 Dalbey. William. 239 Daley. Evelyn, 119. 272 Dalgliesh, Frank. 99 Dane. Marcia, 288 Danfelt, leu is. 69 Daniel. John. 304 Daniels, Alan. 174 Daniels. John. 95. 113. 272 Darnall, Michael, 239 Darnall, Randy, 272 Darwent. Betty, 272 DMA PROCESSING CENTER, 64 Dattellas, Joseph. 240 Daugherty. Sue. 106. 162. 288 Davenport, James. 304 Davenport, Elaine. 240 Davenport, Theola, 112, 240 Davey, Frank. 95, 272 Davidson, Richard, 240 Davis, Charlotte, 288 Davis, Connie, 240 Davis, Darl. 3114 Davis, Dixie. 240 Davis, Judith, 105. 272 Davis, Larry. 77 Davis, I inda. 123. 240 Davis, Marilyn, 105, 272 Davis. Patricia, 288 Davis, Ronald, 214. 216, 217, 218. 240 Davis, Thomas. 172. 240 Davis. Victor, 272 Davolt. Gary, 304 Dawson, (lay. 69 Dawson. Hdilh. 104, 106. 137, 147. 240 Dawson, Kathleen. 69 Dawson. Randall, 174. 304 Dawson. Sharon, 14. 156 De ook, Joseph. 305 De w hi. Gwendolyn, 108 Deam. Holly. 96. 108 Dean. John. 1114 Dean. Susan. 14. 158. 305 Deeke. lane. 128, 2KX Deekei. I .hi ' . 99, 240 Defiore, Louis, 240 Deierling, Judith. 240 Deierling, Karen. 305 Deist. Nancy, 240 Dejong, Sherrill. 152. 162. 272 Delaney. William, 305 Delashmutt, Jo Anne. 112, 144, 158, 240 Delehaunty, Michael, 131. 176. 212. 240 Dellavedova, Cathy. 14. 288 Deller. Kathie. 305 Deluea. Joseph. 240 DELTA SIGMA THETA, 157 DELTA ZETA, 158 ,159 Demaresl. Richard. 112, 273. 305 Demarest, Roger, 1 12 Demry, James, 273 B, Robert, 99. 166. 240 Denney, Wayne, 192, 214, 216, 217, 240 Dennis, Blytha. 288 Dennis. Michael. 289 Denton. Mary. 109 Depuy. Letty. 305 Derby, Gerald, 270, 273 Derby. Gary, I 11, 176, 212, 213 Derr, James. 209. 273 Devaul. Sandra. 273 Devore, James. 1 19. 273 DeWitt. Cheryl, 305 DeYarman, James, 127, 241 Dickens. Dorothy, 289 Dickerber, Fay. 305 Dickerson. Michael. 104, 273 Dickey, Frank, 289 Dickson, Catherine, 89. 94, 109, 273 Dickson, Margaret. 305 Dieterich, Virginia, 289 Dietrich, Linda, 241 Dietz, Kathy, 146 Dillinger, Wayne. 135. 241 Dimit. James. 79 Dimmitt, Sue, 14. 305 Dinsmore. Carlene, 289 Dissinger, Judith. 119, 162, 241 Ditch, Jeffrey. 305 Ditmars, Ruby, 94. 100, 105. 273 Dixon. Donald. 104, 112, 141, 273 Dixon, Herbert, 273 Doane, Jacqueline, 289 Doane, Nancy, 305 Dobson, Maurine, 305 Dodge, Carol, 305 Dodge. John, 289 Dodson. James, 305 Doelling, Roberta, 305 Doggett, Stephen, 305 Dolan. Dr. Joseph, 16, 70. 92. 172 Dolan. Michael. 131. 172. 273 Domann. Phyllis, 90, 93, 94. 98, 105. 241 Domian. Joseph, 172, 241 Dominacki, Patricia, 126. 241 Donaldson, Janienne, 109. 241 Donnelly, Wayne, 119, 241 Donovan, Grayce, 273 Dorr, Terry, 305 Dorrell, Larry, 91, 94, 97, 104, 112, 126, 136, 144, 241 Dorsey. Danny, 126, 153, 172. 270. 273 Dorson, Roger. 305 Doubet. Vicki. (09. 289 Doubrava. Gary. 174, 241 Dougan, Jr., Charles, 241 Dougherty. James, 46 Douglas. Mikel. 305 Dowell, Edward. 141, 305 Dowell, Richard. 241 Dowell, Zelma, 273 D owlatshahi. Manouchehr. 289 Downing. Anna. 76 Downs. Bernice, 241 Drake, George, 127. 305 Drane. Joe, 305 Dreyer. Allan. 105. 273 Dry, Berenice. 75 D ' Souza, Dr. Anthony. 81 Duden, Tom, 69, 174, 269 Dudley, Kenneth. 135. 241 Duff, Marion. 305 Duffen, Timothy. 305 Duffey. Helen, 14, 158 Duffield. Dennis, 99, 241 Dullea. Daniel, 273 Dunbar. Linda, 289 Dunbar, Vicki, 305 Duncan. Phillip, 113, 168, 289 Dunlap. Carlene, 105, 106. 241 Dunn, Deborah. 89. 128, 129. 130. 154, 241 Dunn. Garry. 132. 241 Dunshee. William, 176, 241 Durbin, Judith. 305 Durham, Gwendolyn. 65 Durham. Winifred, 65. 92. 99 Durow. William. 166, 241 Dutemple. Jeanne. 94. 128. 129, 241 Dwyer, Dorothy, 273 Dwyer, Eugenia, 90, 128, 129, 273 Dwyer. Mary. 305 Dwyer. Pamela. 128. 129, 241 Dwyer. Sandra, 128. 129, 305 Dvkstra, Nancy, 93, 100, 156, 241 Dykstra, Sherry, 104, 289 Eager. Margaret, 89, 90, 94, 96, 108, 289, 305 Early, Elizabeth. 89, 94. 98, 105. 273 Early. Maurine. 289 Easley. Jerry, 241 Easley. Kathryn. 106. 273 Eason, Sandra. 241 Eberlin, Richard. 305 Ebers, Patricia. 106. 154, 241 Ebert, Barbara, 241 ECHO STAFF. 148, 149 Eckhardt. Marie, 116. 117, 305 Economides, Paul, 214 Eddings, Lexie, 242 Eddy, Susan, 106, 289 Eden. Thomas, 242 Eddington, Gary, 176, 273 Ediger, Dr. Marlow, 67 Edmondson. Glenn. 112, 113, 126, 289 Edwards, Caroline. 160, 242 Edwards, Garell, 242 Edwards, James, 65 Edwards, Nancy, 142. 242 Edwards, Pamela, 129, 289 Edwards, Rickey, 104, 242 Eggleston. John, 153 Eghbali. Jamshid. 110 Ehrhart, Kathy, 289 Eiceman. Deborah, 107, 289 Eiselt, Thomas, 305 Eitel. Charol, 123. 305 Eitel. Joyce. 306 Eitel, Sherry, 112, 242 Elam. Charles, 65 ELEMENTARY MAJORS CHORUS, 122 Elgin, Sharon. 95 Elkin, Ricky, 105. 112. 113,270,273 Ellebracht, Eleanor, 73 Ellebracht, Pat. 81 Elkins. Dr. F. Clark, 36. 55, 56, 57, 90. 92 Ell. Janet. 289 Ellenberger, Sally 273 Eller. John, 94. 127. 306 Eller, Dr. Meredith. 144 Ellington. Constance. 289 Elliott. James. 289 Elliott. Jean. 66 Elliott, Marcia, 128. 129. 306 Elliott. Martha. 306 Elliott, Richard. 242 Ellis. Connie. 306 Ellis, Linda. K„ 273 Ellis. Linda S„ 273 Ellis, Stella, 242 Elliston. Bobbretta. 157. 289 Elster. Eric. 228 Elston, Loren, 99, 242 EMERITI, 83 Emery, Jean. 289 Emke. Mary. 107, 306 Engel. Mary. 104. 273 Engle, Ardella, 147, 242 ENGLISH CLUB, 100 Eno. Jackie. 273 Ensminger, Kathleen. 289 Enyeart, William. 172. 273 Epperly. Delores. 306 Epperson, Hilda, 104, 289 Epperson, Linda, 306 Epperson. Sherry, 14, 154. 306 Erb, Joyce, 158, 289 Erikstrup, Donald, 142, 273 Erwin. Al, 289 Erwin. David, 242 Estes, Dr. Mary Margaret, 128 Evans, Bonita, 147, 289 Evans, Cathryn, 242 Evans, David, 114, 118, 119, 289 Evans, Denman, 79 Evans, Elizabeth, 67 Evans, James, 242 Evans, John, 102. 141 Evans, Joseph, 172, 289 Evans, Linda, 242 Evans, Lindsey, 306 Evans, Mary, 306 Evans, Patricia, 289 Evans, William, 289 Everly. Steven, 289 Everman. Gary, 273 Ewald, Elizabeth. 242 Ewing, Sheila, 289 EXTENSION SERVICES, 60 Faeth, Carol, 242 Fair, Nancy, 156, 242 Faris, Phillip, 107 Farley. Richard, 273 Farmer, Nancy, 106, 242 Farmer, William. 273 Farnsworth, Michael. 118, 119 Farr, Linda, 273 Farell, Michael, 228 Farington, Pamela, 273 Fast, Dr. Charles G.. 71 Fast, Glenn, 95, 126, 153, 172, 273 Fast, Gregg, 242 Faust, Barbara, 94, 110, 156, 242 Featherston, Linda, 106, 289 Fedak. Elizabeth, 128, 129. 160, 289 Fellows, Robert, 28 Feltz, Ronald. 166, 273 Fenno, Cheryl, 75 Ferguson, James. 172, 273 Ferguson, Elaine, 306 Fessenden, Janet, 306 Fey, Sidney, 99, 242 Feys, Barbara, 306 Fick. Allen, 242 FINE ARTS, 68 Finley, Helen, 94, 105, 273 Firks. Mark. 119. 306 Fiscus, James, 112, 113, 289 Fisher, Cynthia, 289 Fisher, Marie, 242 Fisher, Mary, 289 Fitzpatrick. Rickie. 306 Fitzsimmons, Helen, 120 Fitzsimmons, William, 69 Flanders, James, 107, 229 Flanders, Michael, 99 Fleak, Kenneth. 306 Fleer. Martin, 306 Fleming, Mary Beth. 120 Fletcher. Betty, 98, 105, 242 Fletcher, Georgia, 242 Fletcher, Sherry. 128. 154, 232, 242 Flowers. Dinah, 306 Floyd, Cynthia, 306 Floyd, Richard, 135 Foelsch, Fred. 242 Foerster, Cameron. 135, 242 Foglesong, Ronald, 242 Foley, James, 172, 289 Foley. Michael. 242 Foley. Michael J.. 172, 306 FOOTBALL, 180 Force, Peggy. 306 Ford, Mary, 306 Forgy, Daniel, 242 Forness, Kathleen, 158, 289 Forquer, James. 306 Forrester, Dana. 242 Forster. John. 242 Forsyth. Gloria, 242 Forsythe, Lewis P.. 242 Forsythe, Melva, 273 Forsythe. Terry, 306 Fortney, Larry, 102, 103 Fosse, Donald, 273 Foster, Dr. Christine, 71 Foster. Gerald, 242 Foudree, Betty, 274 324 Fountain. Nancy, 60, 306 FOUR H CLUB, 137 Fouts, Ruth, 274 Fowler, Gary, 174, 242 Fox II, David L., 127, 274 Fox, Anna Jean, 141 Fox, Rev. John C, 140 Francis, Linda Louise, 306 Francis, Nicholas. 192, 214, 219 Frank, Cecilia Lynne, 243 Frank, Madalynn Lucy, 306 Franke, Gordon, 79 Franklin, Jerry, 290 Franksworth, Michael, 289 Fray, Tana, 274 Frazier, Elizabeth, 82 Frazier. Donald, 306 Frederich, Nancy, 306 Freeland, Dr. Max. 79 Freeman, Carol, 108, 274 Freeman, John, 214, 217 Freese, William, 306 Freitag, Robert, 166, 290 Frenzen, Darold, 306 Frenzen, Ronald, 135 Frevert, Carolyn, 306 Fridley, Janice, 90, 94, 243 Fridley, Patricia, 14, 123, 162, 290 Fritschel, Dr. A. L., 58 Froneyberger, David, 97 Froning, Gary, 290 Frueh, Sandra, 290 Fry, Deborah. 306 Fry, Elizabeth, 274 Fry, John, 135, 274 Fry, Ron, 172, 243 Frye, Betty, 243 Frye, Mary Elizabeth. 306 Fuenfhausen. Annetta, 118, 306 Fugate, James, 243 Fuhlman, Kenneth 243 Fuka, Robert. 196. 198, 274 Fulks, Sharon, 306 Fuller, Dennis. 174, 243 Funk, Bonnie, 89, 94, 112. 144. 243 Funkenbusch, Rogena, 274 Fuoto, John, 306 Fusto, John, 1 14 Fye, Francine, 274 Gabel. Ruth. 122, 154, 290 Gaines, Betty, 307 Gaines, Terry, 172, 244 Galey, Jan, 126. 244 Galkowski, Joseph, 61, 75, 148 Galkowski, Judith, 88. 105. 128. 129, 162. 244 Gallo, Susanne, 290 Galvan, Sally, 290 GAMMA DELTA, 142 Ganon, Curtis, 307 Gano, Kathryn, 290 Ganjani, Khosrow, 290 Gantt, Lloyd, 307 Gantt, Michael, 274 Gardner, Gwennyth, 307 Gardner, Holly, 158. 307 Gardner, Kenneth, 33, 165, 192, 214, 216 Gardner, Lary, 204, 214, 219, 307 Gardner. Joy. 307 Gares. Harlan, 307 Garkie. Carroll. 307 Garr. Daisy. 140, 141, 244 Garr, Pauletta, 137. 141, 274 Garrett, Debbie, 154 Garett. Stephen, 131, 132. 174, 182, 184, 185, 190, 244 Garris, Charles, 153, 274 Garza. Susan, 307 Gastler. Olinda. 114, 118. 119,244 Gaus. Linda, 104. 274 Gawlik. Gregory. 290 Gearhart. Marilyn, 94, 244 Gebelein. Douglas, 166, 290 Gentile, Barry. 153. 166. 274 Genteman, Allen, 176, 307 George. Janet, 244 George, Jo, 142, 290 Georges, James, 214. 217, 290 Gerken, Daryl. 307 Gettings. Greg. 290 Geyer. Robert. 307 Gheens, Sally. 106, 290 Gibson, John, 274 Gifford, Elnora, 244 Gifford. George, 168, 307 Gifford. John, 81 Gilbert, Dr. Edward, 79 Gilbert, Goldie, 274 Gilbert, Kathy, 158. 290 GHbert, Michael, 131, 210, 274 Gilchrist, Perri. 307 Gilds, Larry, 274 Giles, Janice, 307 Gilkerson, Joyce. 122, 274 Gill, Barry. 307 Gill. Jackie. 154. 307 Gillam, Jeffrey, 307 Gilliland, Lavon, 106. 244 Gilman. David, 135, 244 Giltner, Linda, 244. 290 Giltner. Ronald, 104. 136 Gimbel, Christine, 307 Gingrich, James, 118. 134. 274 Giordano. Anthony, 94. 135, 244 Giurleo. Frank, 107, 172, 307 Gladbach, Marie. 307 Glaser, Joyce, 274 Glasgow, Phillip, 307 Glaspie, Laura, 162 Glasford. Jerald. 170, 244 Gleissner. Ralph, 220 Glover, Claire. 128. 274 Gnuse, Reve Marie, 307 Gobble. Connie. 160. 307 Goble. Daniel, 170. 244 Godfrey, Sherry, 244 Goeke. Patricia. 154. 307 Goetz. Glenda, 229 Goetz. John, 83 Goins, Massye, 67 Golden, Lora, 274 Goldman. Jo, 14, 88, 89, 146, 152, 274 Goldsmith. Jr., Douglas, 307 GOLF, 212, 213 Golick. Ronald, 244 Golston, Beverly, 104, 290 Golston, Gwynn, 158 Gomez. Vera, 244, 290 Gonerman, Edna, 137, 274 Gooch. Brenda, 307 Gooch. Gary. 290 Good, Edward. 290 Good. Patricia, 128. 129, 160, 290 Good, Rodney, 274 Goodell, Gregory. 214. 215, 107 Gooden. Barbara, 290 Gooden. Roger, 174, 244 Goodman, Cheryl, 307 Goodman, Dianna. 106. 290 Goodwin, Betty. 307 Goodwin. Meryl. 290 Gordon. Benny. 165. 220, 244 Gordon. Jeannie. 160, 307 Gordon, Phillip. 290 Gordy, Linda. 307 Gorges, Jim, 174 Gosch, Geraldine, 72 Gosser, Bruce, 274 Gough. Betty, 158, 307 Gower. Jeri. 158. 306 Grace. Margaret. 306 Graff. Deborah. 123 Gramm. Royce. 174. 244 Gramann, Rita. 152 Grant. Wayne. 306 Graser, Dennis, 176 Gravemann. Terry, 307 Graves, Robert, 75 Gray. Lucinda. 307 Gray, Paul. 307 Greeley. Charles. 75 Green, Barbara. 306 Green. Joellen. 307 Green. Judith. 307 Green, Kenneth, 244 Green. Mickev. 140 Greene, Beverly, 307 Greene, Daron, 165, 307 Greening, Sharon Ann, 307 Greening, Ginny, 158, 307 Greenlee, Michael, 244 Gregory. Jerry, 59 Greve, Robert, 274 Grice. John, 307 Grider, Deborah Griesbaum, Daniel. 135. 244 Grieshaber, David. 97, 168 Griffen. Richard, 307 Griffin, Jr. Thomas, 307 Griffin, Diane, 14, 245, 248 Griffin, Martha, 274 Griffin. Steve. 170, 245 Griffith, Carroll, 307 Grim, Kathleen. 229 Grimes, Paul. 229 Grimm, Virginia, 307 Grishaher. Sylvia, 274 Grissom, Loren. 67 Gronewold, Diana, 102, 245 Gross, Dr. C harles. 79 Gross. Rockne, 94 Groves, Nancy, 108, 274 Grubbs, Paula, 307 Grugin, Richard. 308 Gruneich. Marilee. 308 Gruazzo, Albert, 172, 245 Guffey, Jennie, 127, 245 Guilford, Donna, 308 Guinn, Gloria, 14, 154,290 Gustafson, Richard, 274 Guthrie, Leslie, 245 Guzman, Chuck, 214 H Haack. Charles. 104 Haage, Donna, 147, 245 Haak, Patricia, 274 Haase, Kenneth, 308 Hack, Ronald. 274 Hackmann. Linda. 27, 89, 105, 112, 245 Hackney, Laura, 308 Haden, Linda, 229 Haedt, Allan, 245, 276 Hagar. Mona, 308 Hageman, Hans. 75 Hagemeier. Sandra. 308 Hagerla. Deborah, 274 Hale, Loretta, 274 Haley, Judith, 308 Halferty, Jack, 308 Hall. Barbara, 245 Hall. Judie, 274 Hall. Dr. William, 82 Halter, Elizabeth, 109 Hamill. Linda. 290 Hamilton. Gayle. 290 Hamilton, Gerald. 104, 126 Hamilton, Louis, 290 Hamilton. Pamela, 290 Hamilton, Thomas, 290 Hamm, Donald. 144. 229 Hammerbacher, Larry. 131, 196, 274 Hammock, Billy Joe, 182 Hammond, Omar. 308 Hammond, Roy. 308 Hancock, Gary. 166, 290 Hancock. Nancy. 108, 290 Hanington, Gail, 123 Hankammer, Phillip. 141. 245 Hanna. Joyce, 275 Hansbrough. Debbie. 5. 88, 275. 2 2 Hanslow. Darrell. 290 Harhert. Donna. 290 Hardy, Michael. 166, 290 Hargrave, Ronnie. 290 Harkey, Jerry, 291 Harlan, Cheryl, 108. 245 Harland, ( harles, 112. 113. 291 Harley. Sharon. 160, 245 Harlow, (aria. 104. 128. 129. 245 Harman, Alan, 291 Harrington, R. E.. 95 Harris, Dana, lift. 1 17. 24s Harris. Deanne. 275 Harris, George, 308 Harris, Greta. 14. 157. 308 Harris, Herman, 308 Harris, Hubert. 245 Harris, Karen, 104, 275 Harris. Karen Jo, 291 Harris, Kathy, 1 14, 116, 1 18, 154, 308 Harris, Marcheta, 245 Harris. Patricia, 308 Hams. Walter, 308 Harrison. Judy, 27, 106, 122, 158, 245 Harrison, Richard. 27 Harrison. Russell, 61 Harrison. Sandra, 119, 275 Harrison. Sharon, 308 Harrold, Norman, 204 Harshbarger, Harold, 112, 170, 291 Harter. Kathy. 308 Harting. Steve, 174, 214, 216, 291 Hartje, George, 73, 132 Hartley. Linda. 128, 129, 388 Hartley. Margaret, 275 Hartley, Norma. 129. 291 Hartniann. Catharine, 308 Hartsock, Carol. 275 Hartsock, Dennis. 308 Harvey. Carol. 245 Harvey. Louise. 106. 245 Harvey. Richard, 245 Hasenclever, Rex, 245 Haskins. Barbara. 104. 128, 129. 245 Hassen, Hassine, 291 Hatala. Christine. 106. 245 Hatcher, Suzanne. 106. 246 Havrum, Elaine. 109, 246 Havrum, Gary. 109, 246 Hawk. Rebecca, 308 Hawk. Thomas. 176, 291 Hawkins, Janis, 119. 308 Hawkins, Nikki, 94. 246 Hawkins. Sandra, 291 Hawn, Jennifer, 308 Hayden. Gerald. 308 Hayes. Cynthia. 308 Hayes. Jerry. 134. 246 Hays, Bonnie, 246 Hays, Ronald, 76 Hays, Sharon. 154. 308 Hays, William, 126, 275 Hazelrigg. Walter, 118, 119, 120, 246 Hazen. Diane. 308 Head. Kay. 291 HEALTH CLINIC, 64 Healy, Ruth. 308 Hearnes, Gov. Warren E., 138 Hearst. Linda. 275 Heckart. Pamela, 291 Heckelman, Donna, 246 Hedgecock, Martha. 275 Hedrick. Kenny. 308 Heiser, Mary, 99. 158, 246 Heitman, Richard. 308 Helenthal. Carol. 275 Hellenthal. Mary. 275 Helton. Jane. 144 Helton, Lorren. 291 Henderson, Connie, 275 Henderson, Darwin. 102, 106, 246 Henderson. Susan. 106, 154 Hendrix, Sharon, 291 Henke, Clara. 246 Henke. (qnatius, 308 Henke. Rebecca. 308 Henkle. Sharlene, 123. 129. 275 Hennian. James Arthur. 204 Henness. David. 291 Hennessy. Daniel. 136. 228, 229 Henning. Earline, 246 Henning, Jean. 308 Henry, Gary, 104, 112. 246 Hepker, Robert. 185 Heppermann, Kenneth, 168, 275 Hepwoilh. Pamela, 275 Hepworth, Yvonne, 275 Hermsen, Kristy. 308 Hervey. Linda. 275 Herzberger, Wendy. 28, 109, 275 Hess. Jr.. George. 275 Hess. Jr.. William. 131, 176. 182, 291 Hesse. Elizabeth, 308 Hessel, lames, 275 Heyen, Robert, 81 Hicken, Naomi. 308 325 Hickie, Melvin, 309 Mary, 291 ins, Robert, 275 Mycins. Dr. I horn Hightower, Cheryl, 94, 98, 275 Hilkowilz, s 94 112. 113. 126, 275 Hill, leannie, 309 Hill, Randall, 126, 246 Hilliard, Penny, $09 Hilpcrl i Hilton, Steve, 176. 275 H Phyllis, 246 Hines, Albert, 204 Hines, Curtis, 204, 229 Hines, Dr. Jack. 81, 166 Hines, l exanna, 90, ' ' 4. 100. 157. 246 Hinshaw, Emily, 246 Hinton, Brenda, 106, 275 Him . Craig. 246 Hinze, Gary, 109 Hirner, Timothy, 297 HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 112 Hitchcock, Robert, 166, 275 Hixenbaugh, Linda, 27, 275 Hjortshoj, Darrell, 246 Hlavek, Richard. 196, 246 Hoaglin, Janice, 309 Hobbs, John, 246 Hoch. Arnold, 99, 172, 246 Hodapp, Roger, 204. 291 Hodgin. Brenda. 291 Hodits. Gregory, 89, 95, 170, 246 Hoehne, Bruce, 91, 94, 142, 246 Hofer. Nancy, 109, 162 Hoffman, Constance, 291 Hoffmann, John, 246 Hoffman, Dr. Virginia. 71 Hogenson. Marjorie. 96. 108, 246 Hohstadt, Donaleen, 309 Holder, James, 170, 247 Holder, Janet, 291 Holder. Lonnie, 112, 168, 275 Holderieath, Harry, 95, 98, 170, 275 Holdren, Linda, 309 Holdren, Mary Lou, 106 Hollenberg, Gary, 94, 126, 247 Holly, Ann. 240 Holman. Nancy. 108, 247 Holmes, William. 182 Hols, Deborah, 275 Holt. Elizabeth, 75 Holt, Kay, 309 Holt, Pamela, 148, 152, 162, 246 Holt, Stephen, 127, 309 Holthaus, John, 291 Holtkamp, Carol, 154, 247, 309 Holzmeier, Al, 59 HOME ECONOMICS, 72 Homesley, Wanda, 144 HONORARY ART, 109 Hoosein, Abdool, 110, 229 Hoover. Betty. 94. 291 Hoover, Cynthia, 247 Hoover, Don, 99, 247 Hoover, Doris, 247 Hoover, Robert. 247 Hoover. Sandra, 275 Hopfauf, James. 214, 219, 220 Hopkins, Edward, 97, 99, 247 Hopkins. Franelte, 247 Hopkins, Michael, 95, 174, 247 Hopmann, Shirley, 94, 162, 291 Hopphan, Ronald, 176, 275 Hopson, Frank, 132 Horace, Catherine. 309 Hornbeek. David, 220 Home, Marcheita, 291 Horstmeier, Charles, 291 Horton, Linda, 275 Hotte, Lucien. 131, 134, 214. 216 Houck. Dale, 291 Hunt. Judy, 297 Hougland, Janice, 154, 156 House. Karen, 275 House. Larry, 112, 309 House, Pamela, I 60, 247 Hciuse, Thelma, 102 Houseal, Carla. 309 Houston, Jan. 158, 309 Hoveydai, Shabrokh, 110, 309 Howard. Jr.. Jesse. 97, 127, 286. 291 Howard, Larry. 176. 309 Howard, Mary Lou, 309 Howard, Terri, 309 Howd, Kathleen, 147, 309 Howe, Duane. 174, 309 Howe, Cheryl, 309 Howe, Sydney, 108, 247 Howerton. Diana, 309 Howes, Charles, 247 Hrstka. Bob. 134, 247 Huang, So-Fei, 229 Hubbard, Leandra, 275 Hubbard, Rita, 291 Hubler, Wayne, 247 Hudgel, Joan. 104, 275 Hudson, Gary, 309 Hudson, Gladys, 291 Huenemann, Dr. Calvin, 75 Hueffmeier, Rita, 291 Huff, Wayne, 275 Huffman, Geraldine, 291 Huggins, Larry, 309 Huggins, Stanley, 204, 309 Hull, Susan, 309 Hulse, Mary. 275 Hulse, Laura, 65 Hume, Wilma, 102, 123, 309 Hunt, Bruce (Regents), 54 Hunt, Charlotte, 94, 291 Hunt. Cheryl, 292 Hunt, Mary, 247 Hunter. Ann, 156, 247 Hunter, Joan, 75 Hunter, William, 91, 248 Hupfer, Michael, 176, 220. 248 Huppman, Gale, 156 Huston, Virginia, 275 Hutchcroft, Linda, 248 Hutchcroft. Robert, 292 Hutcherson. Denise, 292 Hutcherson, Lynda, 130, 228, 229 Hutchinson, Julia. 128, 129, 248 Hutchinson, Linda, 106, 248 Hutchinson, Loren, 118, 141 Hutchison, Oran. 99, 275 Hutton, Argena, 108, 275 Hyland, Regina, 248 Hyle, Dwight, 105, 134, 248 Hyson, Nancy, 1 14 Ifland, Kathryn, 129, 147, 309, 160 INDEX, 148, 149 INDUSTRIAL ARTS, 134 Ingerson, Judith, 275 Ingram, Diane, 292 Ingram, Joyce, 123, 292 Ingrum, Barbara, 88, 292 Inlow, James, 292 Inlow, Rebecca, 149, 292 Inman, Dennis, 248 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL, 153 INTERNATIONAL CLUB. 110, 111 INTRAMURALS, 220, 221 Ireland, Gary, 132, 220, 229 Irey, Susanne, 292 lrvin, Marcia, 156, 248 Irwin, Cynthia, 146, 248 Irwin, Shirley, 90, 93, 105, 112, 144, 248 Isaacs, Johnny, 309 Isley, Pamela, 275 Itokaz, Hideko, 248 Itschner, Janna, 275 Izadi, Mostafa, 309 Jackson, Alphonso, 165, 214, 216, 229 Jackson, Carla, 100, 103, 105, 146, 275 Jackson, Linda, 102, 248 Jackson, Robert, 91, 94, 127, 133, 248 Jackson, Ruth 309 Jackson, Vernon, 102, 142, 248 Jackson. Wilette, 292 Jackway, Kary, 71 Jacobs. Janice, 309 Jacobs, Patricia, 104, 292 Jaeger, Thomas, 166, 292 Jaffe, Mike, 204 James, Art, 105, 113, 153, 171, 275 James, Cynthia, 292 James, Frederick, 75, 165 James, Gregory, 1 34, 309 James, Linda, 275 Jamison, George, 83 Jarboe, Patricia, 248 Jarboe, Wanda, 309 Jarvis, Tom, 176. 276 Jay, Janet, 108, 309 Jefferson. Mark, 168, 292 Jeffries, Paul, 248 Jelley. Anthony, 168, 292 Jen. Robert, 229 Jenkins, Barbara I., 157, 276 Jenkins, Barbara J., 152, 165, 309 Jennings, Lester, 248 Jensen, Eugene, 276 Jensen, Paul, 248 Jepson, Dr. Mary Belle, 69 Jerome, Anne, 128, 129, 248 Jerome. Clinton. 276 Jerome, Marilyn, 309 Jesaitis, Sarah, 249 Jesaitis, Tom, 91, 93, 134, 248, 249 Jesse, Jeff, 65, 281 Jesse, Robert. 292 Jesse, Roberta, 129 Jett, Linda, 147, 276 Jobe, Joyce, 276 Johns, Carol, 309 Johns, Gary, 166, 276 Johns, Jean, 292 Johns, Lynna, 109. 249 Johnson, Aubrey, 184, 214, 216, 219, 292 Johnson, Betty, 89, 152, 160 Johnson, Bobbie, 144, 249 Johnson, Carol, 89, 90. 93. 94, 98, 249 Johnson, Cynthia, 309 Johnson. David A., 276 Johnson, David M., 229 Johnson, Everett, 309 Johnson, Gale, 309 Johnson, Jerry, 165. 249 Johnson. June, 292 Johnson, Karen, 249 Johnson, Kenneth E., 249 Johnson, Larry, 135, 249 Johnson, Madith, 154, 276 Johnson, Marion, 63, 92 Johnson, Morris, 170, 276 Johnson, Nancy, 276 Johnson, Patrick, 276 Johnson, Regina, 249 Johnson, Ronald, 309 Johnston, Janie, 292 Johnston, Jean, 309 Johnston, Robert, 249 Johnston, Jack, 126. 249 Jones, Beverly, 104. 292 Jones, Cheryl, 276 Jones, Connie, 75 Jones, Derry, 14, 89, 128, 129, 130, 158, 276 Jones. Elna, 108, 120, 276 Jones, Janet, M., 276 Jones, Janette F„ 105, 106, 249 Jones, Janevra, 292 Jones, Janice, 105, 109, 249 Jones, Larry, 104, 137, 141, 276 Jones, Martin, 249 Jones, Michael, 172, 276 Jones, Randall A„ 292 Jones, Saundra, 102 Jones, Sharon, 108, 276 Jones, Stanley, 97, 153, 165, 276 Jones, William E„ 112, 276 Jones, William Edwin, 276 Jording, Carol, 147 Jorgenson, Dr. Dale, 68 Joyce, Susan. 276 Judd. Ronda, 94, 106, 130, 276 Junda, Robert, 97, 276 JUNIORS, 270 Jurgensen, Jeannie, 108, 276 Jurgensen, Mary, 249 Jurkins, Stephan, 196, 203 Justice, Mary, 147, 292 Justice, Pamela. 292 Justice, Steven, 95, 249 K K CLUB, 131 Kahl. Frank, 95, 175, 249 Kaleta, George, 176, 276 Kallmeyer, David E., 117 Kane, Elizabeth, 276 Kapfer, David, 175, 276 Kapfer, Judy, 276 KAPPA ALPHA PSI, 165 KAPPA DELTA PI, 93 KAPPA OMEGA PHI, 96 Karel, Dr. Leon, 69 Kautz, Paulette, 160, 292 Kauzlarich, Dr. Charles, 65 Kaularich. John, 127, 214, 249 K-DETTES, 130 Kearse, Beverly 276 Keegan, Eileen, 114, 117, 120, 2 9 Keen, Linda, 249 Keen. Mickey, 1 14 Keeran, Sheryl, 89, 249 Keim, Jerilyn, 141, 147, 249 Keith, Carolyn, 276 Keith, Sue, 292 Kelley. Constance, 310 Kelley, Jo Ann, 292 Kells, Gwenith, 108, 310 Kelly, Melvin, 132, 220, 229 Kelly, Susan, 249 Kelsey, Vickie, 310 Kelsick, John, 276 Kemp, James, 310 Kemp, Janice, 249 Kendall, Linda, 249 Kenney, Bruce, 175, 310 Kenney, Janice, 276 Kenney, John, 321 Kenney, Richard, 175, 310 Kenney, Sharon. 310 Kent, Debra, 310 Kenyon, Linda, 276 Kepros, James, 249 Kershaw, Dean, 310 Kersten,, Larry, 168, 310 Kibler, Floriene, 73 Kielty, Kenneth, 166, 176, 249, 276 Kilcoyne, Stephen, 80, 276 Kincaid, Sandra, 102 King. Boyd, 196, 198, 212 King. Cynthia, 250 King, Nancy, 230 Kingsolver, Frederick, 91, 136, 250 Kingsolver, Shelby, 93, 100, 250 Kinsinger, Connie, 310 Kinsinger, Daniel. 171, 292 Kirchberger, Dr. Frederic, 69, 120 Kirchner, Phyllis, 250 Kirgan. Harriet, 310 Kirk, Gregory, 276 Kirk, Virginia, 123, 310 Kirkowski, John, 127 Kirks, James, 97, 105, 276 Kirmes, William, 127, 166, 292 Kirtley. Sandra, 292 Kitchen, Deborah, 310 Kittle, Margie, 292 Kitts, Dr. William H„ 81, 144 Kituu, Johnson, 250 Klahs. Loren, 105, 113, 276 Klein. Daniel. 204, 310 Klein, James, 310 Klein, Joyce, 104, 129, 310 Kliethermes, Daniel, 310 Klinger, Alan, 292 Klote, Rosalie, 310 Klump, Susan, 89, 106, 122, 250 Knapp, Christine, 310 Knierim, Celeste, 128. 129. 160, 310 Knight, Naomi, 292 Knobbs, Dr. Pauline, 81 Knoche, Kathleen, 292 Knoepflein, Glenn, 310 Knop, Larry, 175, 276 Knowles, Franklin, 276 326 Knowles, Janet, 310 Knutson, Richard, 276 Kobos, Deborah, 89, 250 Koch, Patricia, 293 Koch, Susan, 103, 293 Koehn, Garry, 229, 310 Koehn, Wilma, 94, 250 Koeliing, Dixie. 229 Koenig, John, 71, 171, 293 Koestner, Kris, 250 Kohlenberg. Dr. G. C, 80, 142, 144 Kohlenberg, M. J„ 142 Kolb, Stephen, 172, 293 Kolkmeier, Stanley, 120, 250 KoIIar, Douglas, 91, 94, 250 Konski, Anthony, 250 Koroknay, Jeffery, 214, 217 Kottabi, Jamal, 293 Kou, Ruth Chen, 229 Kraturerk, Songsri, 276 Kraus, Vonda, 108, 310 Krause, Linda, 29, 94, 160, 310 Kressman. Allen, 250 Krick, Stephanie, 293 Kruckenberg, Kama, 27, 123 Krueger. Mark, 113, 310 Kruse, Harold, 310 Ku, Alexander, 276 Ku. Joseph, 81, 144 Kueny, Linda, 114, 117, 119, 120, 310 Kueny, Suzanne, 293 Kuhler, Dee Anne, 98, 104, 250 Kuhler. Sydne, 104, 106, 122, 293 Kulage, Richard, 229 Kunzler, Dr. William, 59, 89, 92 Kurtz, Dean, 114, 117, 118, 119, 276 Kurz, Jean, 310 Kutzner, David, 97, 99, 250 La Frenz, Pamala A., 293 Ladd, Sarah E„ 293 Ladelski, Carol, 276 Lademann, David, 135, 142, 176, 310 Lademann, Julie Ann, 90, 93, 94, 100, 105, 142, 250 Lahay, Steven, 210, 293 Lai, Mo-Ping, 276 Lains, Thomas, 276 Lake, Karen, 96, 108, 276 Lake, Richard, 310 Lam, Nim Shun, 293 Lamaster, Ben, 176, 250 Lamb, Norma, 310 Lamberson, Larry, 95, 148. 166, 276 Lambert. Bryan, 277 Lambert, Debra, 117. 119, 310 Lamis, Calvin, 293 Lamken. Claire, 310 Lammert, Nancy, 128, 129, 147, 152, 160, 293 Lampton. Marilyn. 106, 122, 147. 277 Landis, Walter, 166, 232, 250 Lane, Karen, 310 Lane, Ronald, 93, 229, 250 Lang, Sharon, 147. 250 Langford. Eilene. 89, 90, 93, 94 Langford, Elaine, 89, 90, 93, 94, 277 Langhammer, Jean, 310 Langhammer, John, 277 LANGUAGE LITERATURE, 74-75 Lank, Bob, 176 Lank, Nancy, 127 Lantz, Warren, 293 Lapour, Jacqueline, 250 Larkin, Daniel, 250 Larson, Linda, 106. 250 Larue, Clyde. 91. 94.99, 251 Lary, Randall, 95, 134 Larry, Ron, 134, 175, 251 Latta, Jane, 293 Latta, Jimmy, 293 Latta, Ronald, 166, 251, 293 Lauer, Glenda, 14, 104, 148, 149, 156. 277 Lauer, Linda, 106, 122, 251 Laupp, Pamela, 293 Lay, Donald, 135. 293 Lay, Jo Ann, 277 Layland, Franklin, 135, 168, 277 Leake, Carolyn, 310 Leake, Linda, 310 Learner, Becky, 1 10 Lease, Gary, 127 Leath. Gerald, 277 Leathers, Penny, 147, 293 Leau, Neemia, 277 Leavengood, Donald, 251 Leazer, Ronald, 91, 97, 277 Ledesma, Dorothy, 310 Ledet, Kristine, 277 Ledford, Robert. 171, 277 Lee, Dana, 108, 293 Lee, Walter. 310 Lee, Warren, 1 12 Legg, Janice, 65 Leeds, Bernard, 251 Leehrer, 277 Leeser, Nancy, 277 Lefler, Susan, 310 Legendre. Randall, 177, 251 Lehenbauer. Joyce, 154, 310 Lehnhoff, Kathryn, 114, 141, 310 Leitman, Charlene, 108, 277 Lennox, Michael, 293 Lentz. Howard. 251 Lentz. Rodney, 127 Leone, Angela, 162, 310 Leslie, James, 131 Lesseig, Samuel, 76 Lessey, Stacey, 251 Lewis. Billy, 166, 277 Lewis, Diana, 90, 251 Lewis, Jami, 160, 251 Lewis, Nancy, 147, 251 Lewis, Robert, 293 Lewis, Rosita, 310 Lewis, Tommy, 251 Lewton, Michael, 97, 112, 277 Leykamp, Linda, 277 Libby, Kenneth, 112, 131, 293 LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS 73 Lichte, Joyce, 107. 156, 310 Liddell Jr., David, 251 Liddle, Patricia, 14, 158, 310 Lietsch, Patricia, 293 Life. Greg, 277 Light, Ruth. 293 Lillquist, Ronald, 131. 184 Lin. Nan-Hai, 251 Lindeen. Herman. 251 Lindenbusch, Diane, 100, 277 Lindholm, Leslie, 172. 277 Lindquist. John 310 Lindquist. Penny, 293 Lindquist, Phyllis, 98, 251 Lindroth, Rachel, 14, 23, 277 Lindsay, Robert, 99, 251 Lindsey, Dr. Taylor, 66 Ling, Peter. 3 1 1 Lingle, Cathie, 293 Linhardf. Roy, 293 Linhardt, Thomas, 113, 277 Linholm, Les, 172 Linneman. Kristin, 311 Linquist, David, 251 Linson, Jerry, 31 1 Lippincott, Kenny, 31 1 Liston. Mary. 251 Litchfield. Judy, 293 Liter, Larry, 277 Liter. Marilyn. 31 1 Little, Terry, 134, 168, 293 Littrell, Darrell. 251 Littrell, Dennis, 277 Liu, Johnny, 251 Livengood, Kathy, 311 Livesay, Carol, 103, 251 Livingston, Janice. 108. 311 Livingston. Joyce, 251 Livingston, Kenneth, 311 Loechl. Mary. 293 Loehrer. Dennis. 99, 252 Loft, Bernie, 135 Loft, Ernest, 311 Loftus. Dennis. 153, 166, 293 Loftus. Terence. 166. 293 Logan, Thomas. 131. 175, 192. 214. 215, 277 Logston, Sheila, 100. 149, 161, 277 Logue, Margaret, 3 1 1 Logue, Mary Anne, 108, 162, 277 Long, Antionette, 293 Long, Dennis, 311 Long, Mary, 293 Long, Mary Sue, 293 Longwith, Karen, 106, 252 Loose, Terry, 114, 117, 118, 119, 120, 277 Lopez, Elaine, 252 Lorence, James, 104, 277 Lorenz, Jacqueline, 252 Lorenzen, Arlo, 252 Lorton, Tommye, 229 Losey, Sandra, 161. 311 Losson, Margaret, 252 Lotsch, Wilma, 299 Lott, Martha, 162, 311 Love, Marjorie, 252 Loveless, Charles, 177, 277 Lovland, Patricia, 277 Lovland, Sherrie, 311 Lowenberg, Janice, 311 Lowenberg, Steven, 135 Lowry, Jerry, 252 Lucas, Richard, 167, 293 Luck, Eugene, 177, 252 Ludlow, Earl Dr., 67, 92 Luebrecht, Helen, 293 Luedeking, Edward, 175, 220, 252 Lueders, Wayne, 252 Luers, Marilyn, 106, 252 Luetkemeyer, Kathy, 311 Luett, Pamela, 98, 252 Luett, Steven, 196 Lugering, Betty, 129, 293 Luhn, John, 173, 293 Luker, Robert, 127, 252 Luksetich, Phillip, 293 Lumley, Ellen, 31 1 Lunceford, Lucinda, 293 Lund. Gerald. 277 Lund. Patricia, 106, 277 Lundherg, Diana, 158, 252 Lushbaugh, Marcia, 120 Luth, Nancy, 293 Lutu. Leroy, 278 Lutz, John, 95, 105, 112. 252 Lybarger, Jerry, 131, 172, 191, 252, 320 M Maag, Dorothy. 253 Maas, Paul, 127, 253 Mack, Carolyn, 114, 278 Mack, Terrel, 312 Mackenzie Mary, 312 Macy, Constance, 312 Madden, Daniel, 171, 253 Madden, Shelly. 161. 312 Madden. Nancy, 312 Maddex, James, 113, 135, 294 Maddex. Robert, 113, 312 Maddox, Delbert Dr., 72 Madsen. Ellen. 253 Maffry. Dorsay, 14. 16, 158. 294 Magruder, Dr. Jack, 79 Magruder, Larry. 177. 253 Mahannah. Ronald. 278 Maher, Micheleen, 278 Maheronnaohsh. Bijan, 294 Mahmoud. Ahmed, 110, 294 Mahoney. Michael Maier Jr., William, 167, 294 MAINTENANCE 60 Malins. Walter, 177, 278 Malone, Glenda, 229 Maloney, Geneta, 278 Malvin. John. 114, 117, 118. 119, 120, 278 Mankoph. Nancy, 294 Manning, Carol, 312 Manning, Janet, 278 Manning. Marlis, 294 Manning. Martha, 312 Mansfield, Rebecca, 229 Mantione. Richard, 136 March, Alcidean. 312 March, Benny. 135, 253 March, Dr. David. 81. 112, 144 March, Nancy, 294 Mann, Kurt, 131, 208, 209 Marini, Raymond, 173, 294 Mark, Janice, 253 Mark, Kathleen, 294 Marker, Jeffery, 105, 110, 112, 131, 146, 253 Marshall, Adam, 134, 278 Marshall, Kimberly, 312 Marshall, Margery, 294 Marshall, Marjorie, 162 Marshall. Sharon, 294 Marshall, Stephanie, 312 Martin. Barbara. 114, 120, 122, 141. 294 Martena, Janet, 312 Martin, Dale, 81 Martin, James, 171, 278 Martin, lohn, 174 Martin. Judson Dr., 58 Martin, Marilyn, 278 Martin. Micky, 95, 134, 175, 254 Martin, Peggy, 123, 137, 294 Martin, Viola, 82 Mason, Dale, 91, 133, 294 Mason, Rebecca, 96 Mason, Ralph, 69 Mason, Robert F., 69 Mason, Robert S., 79, 120 Masters, Marcia, 312 Masterson, Ronna, 312 MATHEMATICS, 76 Mathis. Carolyn, 123, 254 Mathis, Janey, 14, 154, 294 Matney, Bobby, 254 Matney, Merle, 107, 312 Matthew, Mary Ellen, 254 Matthew. William, 67 Mattice, Helen. 102. 103, 254 Maxfield, Alfred, 95, 135, 254 Maxwell, Linda, 108, 141, 312 Maxwell, Robert. 254 May, Carolyn, 108, 312 May, Paula, 294 May, Rex, 254 May, Ted, 64 Mayer, Anthony, 312 Mayer, Charlotte, 106. 141, 312 Mayer, Richard, 278 Mayfield, Gordon, 294 Mazur, David, 148 Mc McAlexander. Kent, 69 McAllister. Shirley, 311 McAndrews. John. 31 1 McAr.drews, Theresa, 293 McBee, Austin, 31 1 McBee, Barbara. 31 1 McBee, Luther, 293 McBride, Travis, 214, 311 McCall, Joyce, 14, 148, 149, 160, 252 McCampbell, Judith, 252 McCarty, Linda, 278 McCelland, William, 82 McChesney, Michael, 278 McClain, Bonnie. 31 1 McClanahan, Lois, 252 McClaskey, Leo, 177 McClaskey, Martha. 75. 110 McClelland, James. 311 McClelland, William D., 82 McClintock, George. 31 1. 214 McClintock, James, 278 McClintock, Mary, 14, 128, 129, 278 McCloskey, Leo, 31 1 McCollum, Arlene. 293 McCollum, Sandra, 311 McCollum, Vicki, 311 McConnell. Rebecca, 252 McCormick, Francine, 129, 293 McCormick, Gary, 3 1 1 McCormick, Janet, 162, 252 McCormick, Sharon, 163, 252 McCoy. Laretta, 278 McCoy. Linda, 93, 94, 105, 110, 144, 253 McCoy, Lola, 123, 293 McCoy, Nettie, 123, 293 McCracken, Laura, 311 327 McCraj Paul, 136, 253 i . len Mich id, 17 Mc ullough, Doug, 253 Mc ullough, I eah, 244 lough, Linda, 253 Mc ullough, Ronald, 2 Mel ui McDaniel l irolyn, 126, 294 McDannold. I inda M( Dannold. Steven McDermolt. Diane, 128, 129, 253 Mi Donald, Bellj 294 ,s. 99 Mel Iroj i athy, 31 I Mel wen, Mice. 123. ISS Mel wen. Belly, 105, 107. 294 McEwen, Diana, 31 1 McGahey, ( arolyn, 229 McG lasson, Regina, 31 1 McGralh, Mary, 311 McGraw, I ila, 294 McGruden, Mike. 173 McG u ire. Dr. Kcnnelh, 82 Mcintosh, Judith, 294 McKean, Vicki, 294 McKiddy, Beverly, 294 McKie, Melvin. 131, 132, 253 McKinley, William, 253 Mi K innes . Frances, I Id McKinney, Nancy, 31 1 McKinney. Robert, 61 Mel am. Kriss. 134, 312 Mel aughlin, Carlan, 132. 312 McMains. Stuart, 177. 278 MeMein, William II. 253 McMillan. Dana. 14. 158, 294 McMillan. Virginia. 312 McNabb, Margaret. 90, 93, 96, 253 McNairy. Tyrone. 312 McNames. Charles, 75. 166 McNames, Norine, 82, 157 McNeil, Alice. 110, 253 McNeil. Carol. 278 McQuillen, Bruce. 107. 177. 278 McRae, James. 253 Mc Reynolds, Dr. Grace. 67 McWeeney, Mark. 229 Met lurg. Johny. 252 McFadden, Barbara, 294 Mel all, Randall, 253 McPheron, Mike. 131, 196. 198, 200. 253 Meade. William, 312 Means. Pamela. 294 Mease, Dr. Richard. 67 Medaris, Sherry. 294 Medley, Priscilla, 107 Meehan. Richard, 312 Meek. Martha, 128. 129. 152. 156 278 Meeks, Fred, 312 Mehl. Patricia, 312 Meier, Marilyn. 312 Meinders, Vernon. 254 Meinhardt, Connie. 294 Meinhardt, Mary. 278 Mekler, Mary, 278 Melson, Robert, 177. 294 Melton, Diana, 312 Meng, ( hmg, 254 MEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION 132 Mercer. Debra, 254 Merrell, 0. J.. 75 Merrick. Lawrence. 312 Meshkati, Touraj, 254 Messina. Theresa. 105, 108. 294 Mestemacher, Pamela, 129. 312 Metternih. Charles, 27s Mettes, Carolyn, 27S Mettes, Mark. 278 Mettler. Gary. 294 Meyer ( onnie, 278 Meyer, ( onstance, 254 leanne, 294 lerome, 131, 189. 190, 191, 254 Meyer. Marilyn. 254 Meyer, Robert, 214, 216. 2IX Meyers. Susie. 156 Miao Shu. me C hing. 229 Miss;,, irginia, 108. 254 Michael, Robert, 97, 135, 171, 294 Mickelson, Dr. Harold. 65, 99 Middleton, Karen. 278 Middleton, Richard, 168, 294 Mieis. James. 89, 97, 119, 141. 254 Milianla. Joseph. 254 Miller. Beverly, 254 Miller. Beverly L.. 105. 106, 254 Miller, Christa, 14, 158. 294 Miller, Dayana, 294 Miller. Earl, 127. 254 Miller. Gregory. 312 Miller. Dr. Ivan. 67 Miller, James. 95, 278 Miller, Jerry. 254 Miller, John, 312 Miller, Joseph. 254 Miller. Larry. 278 Miller. Linda. 94. 105. 278 Miller, Penelope, 312 Miller. Robert. 131. 175, 210. 220, 294 Miller. Ronald. 312 Miller. Russell. 313 Miller. Sandra. 154. 313 M illter. Steven, 120 Miller. Warren. 278 Milliken, Dr. Donald, 79, 92 Millo, Rigoberto. 168, 294 Mills, Margaret. 93. 294 Mills, Ruth. 141 Mincemeyer. Ralph. 294 Mincks, Steven. 313 Minear. Rebecca. 294 Minor. Donald. 107 Minor. William T.. 77 Mitch, Joseph. 65 Mitchell, Anthony. 294 Mitchell, Carole, 294 Mitchell. Dr. Donald, 81 Mitchell, R. J., 82 Mitchell, Gordon, 294 Mitchell. Jeffery, 107 Mitchell. Joan, 254 Mitchell, Larry. 313 Mitchell, Linda, 279 Mittler, Charlotte, 81 Mittler. Dr. Eli, 60. 91 Mittler. Peggy. 122, 141, 254 Modavis. Ronald. 173. 254 Moehle, Phyllis, 94, 148, 294 Moes, Loren, 192. 214. 215 Mohr. Stanley, 279 Molina. Robert, 153. 175. 279 Mollet, Kenneth, 279 Molyneux, Mary. 313 Mongkanna, Charun. 230 Monroe. Dr. Chandler. 75 Monteith. Robert. 135 Montgomery. David. 114, 141, 313 Montgomery, Gerald, 313 Montgomery. Kathy, 93. 255 Montgomery. Linda. 141, 255 Montgomery. Tony. 313 Moody. Lee, 102 Mooney, Toni, 279 Moore. Beverly, 294 Moore, Bruce, 134. 294 Moore, Charles L„ 107, 295 Moore, Charles Thomas. 279 Moore, Claire, 107, 254 Moore. David M.. 97, 135. 141, 279 Moore, Gayle, 295 Moore, Hubert, 76 Moore, John William, 279 Moore, Linda, 313 Moore, Mickey. 176. 232. 254 Moore. Robert, 94, 126, 255 Moore, Roger, 126, 279 Moore, Ruth, 255 Moothart, Barbara. 295 Moots, Ernest, 113, 171, 175, 295 Moots, Paul, 295 Morgan, Beverly. 110, 279 Morgan. James, 255 Morgan, Janice, 72 Morgan, Mark. 95, 104. 255 Morgan, Mary Kay. 255 Morgan. Mary Y.. 94. 108. 255 Morgan, Monty. 175. 255 Morgan. Kicky. 131. 173, 210. 295 Morin. Janice. 313 Moritz. Sandra. 104. 108. 255 Morlan. Basil, 64 Morrell. Cheryl, 123, 255 Morrell, Lynn. 132. 136. 173. 255 Morris. Barbara. 313 Morris, Billy. 175, 295 Morris. Howard, 60 Morris, Mary Jo, 313 Morris. Mary Sue. 313 Morris, Ronald. 255 Morris, Ronda. 154, 295 Morris. Steven. 255 Morris. Thomas. 175. 313 Morrison, Delberi. 255 Morrison. George. 313 Morrissey, Patrick, 279 Morrow. Anita. 108, 255 Morrow, Lonny. 91. 107. 255 Morrow. Mark, 95, 112, 146, 153, 171, 279 Morrow, Richard, 255 Morrow, Robert. 313 Mortezapour, Jahanba. 313 Morton. Richard H„ 60 Morton. Shelby. 313 Morton. Stewart. 106, 295 Moser, Terrence L., 75 Mosher. Carol. 106. 156, 255 Mossbarger, Marcia. 26. 27, 128. 130, 152. 154. 279 Mote, Marilyn. 96, 108 Motley, Ralph. 313 Mott. Darrell. 313 Motter. Noaleen, 94. 100. 255 Mottet, Dianne, 105, 128, 129, 158, 295 Mottet. Kenny. 134 Mower, James. 167. 256 Moyer. Mary, 279 Moylan. Michael, 167, 256 Moylan, Patrick, 167, 313 Muck, Elizabeth, 313 Mudd, Mary. 158, 295 Mudd. Phyllis, 313 Mudrak, Robert, 95. 110, 173, 256 Mueller. Sally, 230 Muensterman, Arthur. 91, 94, 104. 166, 256 Mulholland, Paul, 279 Mullenix, Phyllis, 163 Mulstay, Michael, 256 Mundell. Maria. 313 Munden. Peggy. 295 Muntz, Diane, 295 Murphy, Clarence, 67 Murphy, Diana, 279 Murphy, James. 295 Murphy. Mark, 3 1 3 Murray, David, 95, 256 Murray, Denis, 256 Murray. Linda. 295 Murray, William. 69 Muses. Susan. 279 Musgrove. Myra. 313 Myers. Beverly, 94, 105. 110, 279 Myers, Charlotte. 128, 129, 256 Myers. Clifford. 313 Myers, Janice. 137. 279 Myers. Melinda. 313 Myers, Vance, 135 N Nabavian. Massoud. 295 Nachtweih. Dave, 175, 256 Nagel. Dillys. 279 Nagel, Dr. Roland F„ 77 Nailor, Susan, 313 Nakhai. Farzad. 295 Nakhai. Foad, 230 Nanneman, David. 295 Nash, Beverly, 105, 106. 279 Nations, Anabe l. 313 Navara, David. 256 Neff, Barbara. 295 Neff, George, 135, 279 Neighbors, Charles, 100, 105, 256 Neighbors, Jerri. 128. 129 Neil. Mary. 256 Neil. Nola. 103. 313 Neill. Janet, 104, 279 Neill, Stella. I 14. 295 Nelms. Donna, 75 Nelson, Dorothy, 256 Nelson. James, 279 Nelson. James, 313 Nelson. Nancy, 279 Nelson. Richard, 171, 313 NKMO SINGERS. 115 Netternich, Charles. I 12 Newberry. John, 279 Newbrough, Gloria. 295 Newell. Linda, 313 Newkirk, Ned, 135. 295 Newland, Wanda, 94, 313 Newman, Dick. 60 Newman. Garrett. 59. 175. 256 Newman. Wayne, 59, 92 Newquist, Diana. 137, 141. 295 Newsom, Adell, 105, 106, 256 Niharger. Rosalee. 313 Nichols, David. 69 Nichols. Earl, 313 Nichols, Linda, 100. 105, 161. 256 Nicholson. James II, 256 Nicholson. Paula Nicke ns. Dean. 167. 279 Nicodemus. William. 99, 173, 256 Nicoletti, Pete, 63 Niece, Sharon. 256 Nielsen, Dan, 110. 313 Niemeyer. David. 131 Niemeyer, Judy. 105, 128. 129, 256 Nill. Jeanine. 100, 257 Nimmo, Roger. 177, 257 Nimsomboon. Yupayong. 313 Nishimoto. Masamichi, 313 Nissing, Gayle, 313 Nissing. Richard, 257 Nissing, Ronald, 257 Nitipisanonta. Tida. 110, 295 Nixon. Michael. 257 Noah, Stanley, 94. 257 Noel, Kathy, 94. 295 Noel. Patricia, 96, 108. 295 Noelte. Alan. 173, 295 Noland, Don. 313 Noland. Gerald, 295 Noland, Jeanette. 313 Norberg, Anna. 69 Nordquist. Karen. 279 Norman. Billie. 128, 129, 295 Norman, Duane M. Norman. Pamela. 129. 313 Norman, Rita, 3 1 3 Norris, Cynthia, 154. 313 Norris, Raymond Jr.. 279 Northcutt, Gerald, 95, 99, 126, 142, 146, 279 Norton, Trudi, 313 Nothdurft. D. D.. 92 Nolhdurft, Dr. Robert R.. 78. 79 Novinger, Glenna, 295 Nugent, Sam, 182, 210 Nugent. Susanne, 89. 93. 94, 98, 257 Nuhn. Gary, 257 Nunez. Robert Jr., 279 NURSES, 123 O Oakley, Capitola. 279 Oakley. David, 279 O ' Brien, Mary, 313 O ' Bryan, Elsie, 257 O ' Bryan. Larry, 134. 257 OConnell. Daniel. 131, 279 OConnell, Diane. 313 O ' Day. Paul, 295 OHair, James, 134. 295 O ' Neal. Linda. 94, 105. 128, 129. 257 O ' Neal, Melvin. 95. 112, 257 O ' Rourke, Elizabeth, 295 O ' Day, Sheryl, 257 Odell, Linda, 123 Oehler. David. 257 Oesch, Emery. 279 Oestreich, Mary, 313 Ofstad, Clayton. 75 Ofstad, Odessa. 73 Ogar. Kathleen. 279 328 Ogden. Mary. 314 Ogle. Harold. 314 Ogle. Philip. 134. 314 Okada. Hiroyuki, 257 Olah, Mary, 94. 106, 122, 257 Olderich. Edward III. 314 Oldvader, Larry, 295 dinger. Donald. 173. 257 Oliver. Del, 257 Ollie. Bert Jr.. 165. 257 Olson. Karen. 314 Olson. Mary Sue, 314 Omer. Judith. 279 ORAL INTERPRETERS, 102 Orbin, Ruyann. 295 Ordelheide. Linda, 104 Orf, Sharon. 14. 163. 314 Orman, Sheryl. 314 Ornes. Walter, 257, 113. 127 Orourke, Patrick. 279. 113 Orourke, Sharon. 314 Oshner. Carol, 128. 129 Oshner. Farol. 295 Ou. Kuan Chun. 110 Overlander. Maurice. 295 Overton. John, 314 Overton. Linda. 314 Owens, Martha. 102 Ownby, Steven. 295 Ozipko, Jerry. 230, 1 10 Ozug, Paul. 131, 196, 202, 203, 257 Painter, Edward, 257 Paisley. Jane. 128. 129. 279 Palko. James. 177. 257 Palmer. Phillip. 314 Panapa, Maupati, 295 Pandya. Harish. 110. 112, 257 PANHELLENIC, 152 Pankam. Punthip. 110. 230 Pankers. Jill. 161. 314 Panther. David. 153. 170, 257 Paradis. William. 230 Park. Kathryn. 314 Parker, Joann, 154, 314 Parker, Kenneth. 131. 257 Parker, Marylou, 314 Parker. Robert. 167. 314 Parks. Patricia. 106,295 Parson. Mark, 314 Parsons. Diane, 314 Parsons. John, 314 Partin, Leon, 257 Parva. Mohammed. 296 Pathomkasikul, Prasa, 230 Pali via. Victoria. 27. 128, 129. 257 Patten. Jean. 314 Patten. Orville. 167. 258 Patteison. Janet. 163. 314 Pauk. Dennis, 314 Pauley, Carol, 279 Pauley, Francis, 314 Pauly, Dorothy, 314 Pauly, Rita, 314 Paustian, Vicki, 279 Pavlisin. Mary. 161, 258 Payne, Ernest. 204. 220, 296 Payton. Elizabeth, 114, 119. 258 Payton. Larry. 296 Payton, Ruth, 296 Pearce, Judith, 258 Pearl. Harry, 314 Pearson. Dorothy. 72 Pearson. Patricia. 314 Pearson, Saundra, 279 Pease. Joanne, 314 Peavler. Dr. Robert. 133. 145 Peecher, Janet. 314 Pekarek. Richard, 279 Pemherton. Michael. 192. 214. 215. 296 Penalver. Joaquin. 74 Pendleton. Mac, 258 Penn, Harlan, 314 Penner, Karen. 75 Pen-Ning. Kao, 1 10 Peoples, Thomas. 314 Pepper. Carolyn, 94, 106. 296 Perdue. Kathryn. 279 Perez. Maria, 258 Perisho, Sandra. 314 Perkins. Georgetta. 157. 314 Perkins. Janell, 314 Perry, Patrick, 258 Petefish. Jesse, 134, 166. 258 Petefish, Sandra, 258 Peters. Larry, 177. 314 Peters. Stephen. 314 Peterson. Frank. 95. 105, 132. 258 Peterson. Brenda, 296 Peterson, Cheryl. 314 Peterson. Douglas, 134. 167, 296 Peterson. Gary. 94, 166, 279 Peterson, Gary Paul, 89, 95, 134, 166. 173, 258 Peterson, James, 109, 258 Peterson. Janet. 314 Peterson. Roberta, 100. 258 Petre. David. 296 Pellet. Suzette, 279 Pet.tit, John, 258 Petty. Randy, 102. 314 Phegley, William Jr., 296 PHI ALPHA THETA, 144 PHI DELTA KAPPA. 92 PHI KAPPA THETA, 170. 171 PHI LAMBDA CHI. 168. 169 PHI ML 1 ALPHA, 118 PHI SIGMA EPSILON. 172, 173 Philips. Carl, 296 Phillips, Bernetta, 105, 106. 258 Phillips. Robert, 89, 177, 258 Phillips, Robert W„ 258 Phillips. Tommy, 279 PHILOSOPHY CLUB, 125 Philip, Jean, 104 Phipps, Jerry. 173. 279 Pholpuntin, Sariya, 314 Phoolsawat, Sakoolrat, 230 PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS, 128 PI OMEGA PI. 98 Pickard, Gary. 73 Pickard. Rosalee. 119. 258 Pickering. Dee. 158. 296 Pickering. Dennis, 94, 258 Pickering, Joyce, 94, 112. 144, 258 Pickle, William. 279 Pieper, Gary, 312 Pieper, Sandra, 102. 103. 258 Pieske. Nancy. 110. 258 Pingel. Martin, 204. 314 Pink, Ralph, 208 Pinson, James. 2X0 Pinson. Joyce, 108, 258 Piper, Fontaine. 132. 208. 209. 220 Piper. Jeffrey. 114, 117. 118. 119, 296 Pepes, George, 314 Pipes, Ronald. 175, 280 Pirnat, Kathryn, 129 Pirtle. William Jr., 280 Pirtle. Curt. 258 Pirtle. Ruth, 259 Pitayanon. Taweewat. 230 Pitts, Elizabeth. 161. 280 Placht. Deborah. 312 Plaver. Linda. 314 Plum. Ronald. 204. 280 Poertner. Shirley. 1 29. 296 Poffenberger. Harrie. 296 Pogue, Larry, 314 Pohlmann, Elizabeth, 314 Poland. Lance. 296 Polhans. Stephanie. 259 Pollard. James. 168. 296 Pollard. Larry. 280 Ponder. Diana. 154 Pontius, Michael. 296 Poole. Jim. 280 Poore. Barbara. 137. 141. 254 Poppe. John Jr.. 171. 280 Pornputtkul. Suprida, 230 Porter, Gary, 230 Porter, Paula, 94. 1 in. 259 Porter. Raymond, 177. 314 Potosky. Sandra. 93, 94. 122. 259 Povendo, Mary, 104. 128. 129, no. 2S9 Powell. C atharine. 259 Powell, Catherine. 14. 314 Powell. athy, 154. 296 Powell. Gay. 156 Powell, Rodney. 97, 296 Powell, Vicki. 296 Powers. Lee. 3 15 PRACTICAL ARTS, 77 Prasanpanna, Watana, 230 Prayurasiddhi, I asan. 2 M PRELAW CLUB, 126 PRE-OSTEOPATH1C CLUB, 127 Precht. Sharon, 99, 146. 154. 259 Preston. Bob, 315 Preston, Carol, 296 Preston, James, 81. 92 Prewilt, Michael. 315 Price. Thea. 280 Priebe. Lowell. 77 Priebe, Peggy, 259 Punster. Lynn, 296 Probasco, Mary Ann. 259 Probasco, Richard. 315 Probst, John. 296 Proffitt, Michael. 177. 220. 315 Pryor. Stephen, 171, 315 PSYCHOLOGY CUB, 124 PUBLIC RELATIONS, 61 Pugh. Daniel. 173. 259 Pugh. 1 onnie. 109 Pullins, Larry. 135, 145. 280 Pulse. Richard. 135, 280 Pumphrey, Brenda. 280 Puranajoti, Theracha. 230 Purdy, Dr. J. R.. 76 Pyszka, William. 280 Quanstrom, Karla, 280 Quaranto, Gaye, 123. 259 Quick. Jamie. 296 Quick. Kenneth. 280 Quick. Miriam. 315 Quigley, Ann. 296 Quigley, Jerry. 134. 259 Quigley, Marcella. 259 Quigley, Michael. 315 Quigley. Ruth. 315 Quigley, Sherri, 296 Quincer, Rita, 315 Quinn, Robert. 295 R Rabago. Dr. Alberto, 75 Rada, Rosalind. 296 RADIO CLUB, 145 Raines. Stephan. 315 Randall. Candace, 296 Randell, Linda, 25. 26. 27. 88, 94. 106. 108. 162. 163. 280 Randolph. Judith. 98. 130, 154. 280 Rankin. Nancy. 230 Rancy. lack. 120 Rashidian. Parvis, 230 Ratican, Rita, 315 Rauer. Dale. 259 Ray. Gary. 173. 259 Ra . Richard. 315 Ray, I em. 173, 280 Ra . Willa, 157. 230 Ray. William. 177. 296 Rayan, Fayez, 3 1 5 Reams. Curtis, 230 Reams. Darrell, 315 Reardon, Nancy, 296 Redden. Patsy. 154. 315 Redmon, Alan. 230 Reece. Rae. 12 ' . 280 Reed. Billy. 95. 135, 175. 232. 259 Reed. C hervl. 315 Reed.Jennilei. ' H 93, 106. Ill, 259 I ' , i .1. Rita. 280 Reese. Abraham. 296 Reese, Vicki, 315 REGENTS, 55 REGISTRAR, 62 Reichert, Rev. Luke, 230 Real. 1 tula. 315 Reilly, Patricia, 270 Reinhard. lames (Regents). 54 Remkei. Dianne. Mis 280 Reiss. Martin. 259 Reiske, Dr. Jack. 67 Renaud. Allen. 171, 280 Reneker, Gary, 105, 135, 254 Rennells, Kathryn, 315 Renstrom, Arthur, 105, 280 Repetto, Stephen, 315 Resnick, Paula. 315 Revelle, Charlotte. 72 Reuter, Marsha, 156 Reuther, Steve, 204 Rew, Rick, 280 Reynolds. Diana, 259 Reynolds, Richard, 91 Reynolds, William, 259 Re . ii. Habibollah, 315 Rhoades, Beverly, 12, 147 Rhoads, Joseph. 64 Rhoads, Karen, 3 15 Rhodes. Stephen. 315 Richards, Judith, 103 Richardson II. Samuel. 280 Richardson. Adella, 315 Richardson, Beverly, 163,280 Richardson, Beverly, 2X0 Richardson. Dorothy, 120 Richardson, J. Lynn ' e, 163, 296 Richardson, Jerry. 259 Richardson. Joyce, 94, 98, 105. 260 Richardson, Lee, 260 Richardson, Neta, 94. 98, 112. 2X1) Rk h.ndson. Noah, 60 Richardson. Ruth, 114 Richerson. William, 71 Richey, Virginia, 110 Rickey. Linda. 315 Rider. Raymond, 171. 296 Rider, Vincent. 280 Ridgeway, Joanne, 260 Ridley. Patricia. 296 Riedemann, David, 315 Rieger. Dr. Wray, 79 Rrgdon, Larry, 95, 99, 175. 21 G Riley. Carolyn. 105, luo, 154, 280 Riley, Connee, 280 Riley. Karen, 315 Riley. Laura. 315 Rinehart. Marvis, 120, 296 Ritchie, Pamela, 315 Ritchie. Dr. Tom. 69 Ril e. James. 127. 177, 280 Roames, Gloria, 315 Robb, Suzanne, 280 Robbins, David, 315 Roberts. Delbert, 280 Roberts, Elizabeth, 296 Roberts, Faye, 12, 315 Roberts, Gary. 296 Roberts. Jacquelyn, 108, 260 Roberts. John. 280 Roberts, Juanita, 316 Roberts. Kenneth, 280 Roberts, Larry, 316 Roberts, Marilyn, 260 Roberts. Vicki, 316 Robertson. Cecil, 113, 260 Robertson, James, 280 Robertson. Lyle. 175. 280 Robertson. Mary. 128. 129. 163, 260 Robertson. Pamela. 109, 260 Robeson. Teresa, 316 Robinson. Brenda, 316 Robinson, Denauvo. 208, 209, 296 Robinson, Jack Lee. 296 Robinson, Judith, 260 Robinson. Robert. 141. 316 Robinson. Stanley. 260 Robinson. Vicki, 316 Roch. Dr. Madeleine, 75 Rockwell II. William, 280 Rockwell, Jane. 316 Roderick, Marjorie, 297 Rodgers, Beverly, 316 Rodeos. Wayne, 134. 297 Rodman, Brenda, 163, 316 Rodriguex, Amaru vs. 316 Roe. Jeanme. 158. 297 kocsler. Nancy 105. 106. 158. 297 Rogers. James. 316 Rogers. Jerry, 316 Rogers, Ronald, 95, 125. 260 329 Rohdj roan, 104, ? " " Rohr. Kerwin, 141. 149 ROMANCE LANG! AGE CLUB, mi Romb 99, 131, 1-12, 14.- £60 jer, Rc . 177 • nnic. 156 RooU: Mari yn, 129 Rose, Robert, 102, 171, 280 Rose, Steven, 95, 103, 260 erry, Dr. Dean. 78 h, Carla, 297 Rosenbluth, Howard, 2X0 Ross, harles, 316 rd, 316 Koss. Samuel. 136 lanice, 316 Roth, James, 280 Rother, Richard, 175. 214,215.280 Route) Dolores, 71 Rouse. Deitra, 128, 129. 280 Rowland, Jean. 260 Rowland, Ronald. 89. 95. 146 Roy, Edward. 230 Rubey, Beverly, 89, 94. 128. 129, 156, 260 Ruhin. Mark. 260 Rubottom, Belhany, 316 Rvidd. Kathleen, 316 Ruegsegger, Betty, 158, 280 Ruggeberg, John, 112. 175, 280 Ruiz, Susan. 297 Rukgaber, Diane, 316 Run on. Jerry. 297 Rusert, Thomas. 102. 260 Rush. Joyce, 260 Ru-k. Janice. 161, 297 Russell. Donald, 297 Russell, Jackie, 316 Russell. Paula, 280 Russell. William, 135, 260 Ruth. Gregory. 167. 297 Rutherford, Richard, 134. 260 Rutherford. Terry. 134, 260 Ryan. Eleanor, 297 Ryan, Kalhy. 96 R le. Dr. Walter H., 83 R le. Walter H. IV. 81, 144, 174 Sabol, Leslie, 297 Sacco. Susan, 281 Sadeghpour, Karim, 10, 297 Saffar, Manouchehr, 110, 297 Sagaser, Janet. 123 Sakulew. Amporn, 316 Salsman, Kenneth, 281 Salter, Judy, 260 Salyer, Woodrow. 316 Sandherp. Barbara. 260 Sandberg. Roy. 104, 107, 260 Sanders. Fleanor. 261 Sanders. Gwendolyn. 281 S inders, Nancy. 281 Sanders. Robert Dr., 79 Sanderson. Anne. 100, 137. 281 Sandhaweesukh, Sangi. 230 Sandifer, Teresa, 109. 297 Sanfilippo, Stephen, 91, 112, 126. 281 eorge, Gloria, 109, 158, 281 Sangsiri, Srisuwan, i ' 11 Sangstcr, Lois. 128. 129, 281 a asee, Pungchai, 316 Sargent, Phyllis. 316 aua, Kerisiano, 171, 297 281 Sa age, Michael, 297 Sawmiller, C arol, 105, 106, 281 Sawyer, Cynthia, 297 ir, Douglas. 26! Saylor. Sylri Sayre, Stevei Scales, Dwayne, 204, 316 •her. Linda, 281 Sehaeffer, Joyce, 297 Schafer, Ann, 108, 297 Schaffer, Sue Ann, 281 Schakel, Susan, 297 Schapmire, Darrell, 297 Schebell, David. 173, 261 Scheihing, David, 114, 281 Schieffcr, Edward, 137 Schieni, James, 316 Svhieni, Larry, 174, 261 Schilmoeller, Alan. 261 Schlueter, Steven, 297 Schmid, Lucy, 297 Schmidt, Carl, 119, 261 Schmidt. David, 281 Schmidt, Judy. 89, 90, 93, 94, 104, 106, 119 Schmitter. Geraldine, 230 Schmitz, Joseph, 230 Schnarre. William, 316 Schneekloth, Terry, 261 Schneider, David, 145 Schneider. Charles. 281 Schneider. Karen. 14, 16, 130, 162, 163, 297 Schneider. Stephen, 110, 261 Schnell, Alice, 297 Schnell. John, 316 Schnucker, Dr. Robert, 81, 148 Schoonover, Phyllis, 316 Schoppenhorst, Jerry, 316 Schowe, Diana, 98. 104. 281 Schreck. Allan, 175, 281 Schreck, Richard, 153, 168, 297 Schreiber, Rebecca, 297 Schrepfer. Sheryl, 316 Schroeder. Sheila. 105, 297 Schueller, James, 261 Schuetz, Elizabeth. 73 Schuetz, Hugh, 95, 175. 281 Schuetz. Sharon, 316 Schulenberg, Frederic, 131, 281 Schultz, Fred. 166, 261 Schumacher, Carol, 316 Schuster, James, 281 Schuster, Leland, 316 Schutte, Robert. 177, 261 Schutz, Barbara, 297 Schwada, Nolan, 95, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119. 281 Schwanke, Patricia, 316 Schwara, John, 230 Schwartz, Kevin, 167, 208. 209, 291 Schwarz. John, 116, 117, 120 Schweitzer, Joy, 261 Schweizer, Steven, 95. 112. 281 Schwieder. William. 167, 261 Schwitzer. Rodney, 281 SCIENCE, 78 Scott. Larry, 261 Scott. Phyllis, 94. 100, 148, 156, 297 Scott. Phyllis Earle. 297 Scott, Ronald. 316 Seals, Janet, 20, 130, 154 Seaman, Lowell, 168, 261 Sears, Ronald, 297 Sears. Stephen. 281 Sees, Carol, 94, 116, 163, 316 Sees. Donna, 88, 93, 94, 161. 281 Sefrit. James, 228, 231 Sefrit, Susan, 261 Sehlke, Terry, 316 Sehrt, John, 177, 261 Seibert, Beverly, 94, 105, 112, 144, 281 Seitsinger, Gloria, 297 Seitz. James, 261 Selby, Paul, 83 Sele. Venasio, 110, 281 Selkirk. Ronald, 131, 166, 208, 209, 261 Sells, Gary, 79 Selser, Myrtis, 261 Selser, Dr. Will, 91, 97, 118, 133, 261 Selser, Will L., 79. 136 SENIORS, 232 Seroka. Karen, 129, 130, 158, 297 Seroka, Kathleen, 14, 128, 158, 316 Seritterh, Michael, 261 Sesepasara, Henry, 171, 281 Seth, Pennie, 297 Settlage. Dr. John, 79 Settle, Antonia, 281 Severns, James, 75 Sevits, Joyce, 89, 161, 281 Sevits, Kendell, 135. 261 Sewell, Steven, 110. 297 Shafer, Daryl, 316 Shaghafi, Nadereh, 281 Shaghafi. Rahim, 262 Shahan, John. 95. 173, 297 Sham, Ralph. 77 Shandrew. Teri. 14. 102, 130, 147. 158, 281 Shanholtzer, Dale, 231 Shanight. Rose, 72 Shanks. James, 127 Shanks, John, 114. 116. 117, 118 Shao, Dr. Bing. 81 Sharp, Charles. 116, 117 Shaw, Candida, 262 Shaw. Janice, 317 Shaw, Karyl, 317 Shebitz, Henry, 23. 149, 175, 281 Sheehan, Bill, 297 Sheesley, Robert, 281 Sheets, Linda, 297 Shefferman, Bruce. 297 Shelton. Charles, 317 Shelton, Jerry. 153, 175, 281 Shelton, Marcia. 297 Shelton, Mary, 94, 163, 317 Shepard, Stewart, 282 Sherer, Don, 220 Sherer, Jean, 161. 282 Sherman, Billie, 297 Shields, Cheryl, 317 Shields. Diane, 104, 262 Shih, William, 231 Shilt. Jack, 297 Shilt. Joe, 262 Shilt, John, 262 Shirk. Susan, 1 16 Shirkey, Donald, 262 Shively. Lorene, 282 Shocks, Larry, 214, 217 Sholes, John, 262 Shoush, Linda. 141, 282 Shreffler. Karen, 123, 262 Shreffler, Roberta, 123, 282 Shreve, Claire, 105 Shults, Jeana, 105, 158, 282 Sick. Edward, 102. 262 Sick, William, 317 Siegel, William, 282 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA, 162, 163 SIGMA TAU GAMMA, 174, 175 SIGMA ZETA, 133 Silvey, Katherine, 14, 107, 163 Sim, Teresa. 297 Simiele, Robert, 120 Simmons, Cathy, 297 Simmons, Cheryl, 120 Simmons. Donna, 262 Simmons, George, 204 Simmons, Janet, 114, 116, 120, 282 Simms, Robert, 297 Simms, William. 298 Simpson, Donna, 262 Simpson, Mary. 298 Simpson, Pamela, 14, 114, 282 Sims, Carol, 298 Sims, Frank, 136, 153. 173, 282 Sims, Nelda. 262 Sims, Willard, 196. 198 Singleton. Charles, 173, 282 Singleton, Martha, 154, 298 Sisul, Michael, 317 Six, Jeri, 317 Skaggs, Sharyn, 262 Skinner, Gregory, 172, 173, 282 Skinner, Mary. 282 Skinner. Richard. 262 Skinner. Tommy. 317 Skinta. Andrew. 177. 262 Skow, Cheryl. 123 Sladek, Frank. 298 Slaton. Esther. 3 1 7 Slaton, John. 134, 168, 282 Slemmons, Nancy. 219 Sloan, Charlotte. 102, 262 Sloan, Richard, 262 Sloan, Russell, 44, 182 Slocum. Mary, 317 Slofkosky, Carolyn, 128, 129, 262 Sloggett, Nancy, 128, 129 262 .Slominsky Robert, 168, 298 Slude, Curt, 175 Small, Ellen, 100, 103 298 Small, Michael, 317 Small, Michele, 147, 317 Smith, Andrea, 89, 123, 163, 262 Smith, Arlys. 317 Smith, Barbara, 298 Smith, Beverly. 152, 157, 282 Smith, Brenda, 141. 317 Smith, Byron, 99 Smith, Christopher, 262 Smith, Connie, 3 17 Smith, Claude, 29 Smith, Daniel. 317 Smith, David, 298 Smith, Donna, 129, 231 Smith, Douglas, 262 Smith, Earl, 282 Smith. Eugene, 79, 133 Smith, James, 167 Smith, James E., 298 Smith, James E.. 167, 262 Smith, Janet, 163, 262 Smith, Joan, 147, 282 Smith, John, 104 112, 282 Smith, Joneane, 123, 282 Smith, Judith, 298 Smith, Maria, 298 Smith, Michael, 262 Smith, Michael, 107, 167, 262 Smith, Rena, 298 Smith, Rose, 317 Smith. Stephen, 231 Smith, Terry, 135, 282 Smith, Victoria, 317 Smithson. Douglas, 317 Smits, Henry, 81 Smoot, Charles. 3 1 7 Smoot. Gary, 262 Snell, Dianne, 102, 282 Snell, Rayburn, 134, 137, 317 Snider, Dennis, 317 SOCIAL SCIENCE, 80 Sodgrass, Nancy. 231 Snook. Joseph, 263 Snyder, Donna, 317 Snyder, Jill. 228 Sojka. Jean, 14, 105, 282 Sojka, John M.. 167, 317 Sommerkamp, John, 173, 263 Somerkamp, Tom, 62 Sommers, Marsha, 128, 129, 156, 263 SOPHOMORES, 286 Surenson, Caryle, 263 Soule. Robert. 114, 118, 120, 282 South, Yvonne, 263 Sowers, Kenneth, 175, 282 Sowka, Randall, 134. 263 Spain, Sheryl. 282 Sparks, James, 82 Sparlin, Jeanne, 94, 108. 163, 298 Spath. Martha, 129 Spaun, Jr.. William. 112, 298 Spear, Ann, 282 Spears, Michael, 109. 282 SPECIAL PROGRAMS, 82 Spellman, Richard, 298 Spencer, Ardith, 105, 108,263 Spencer, Gary, 105, 263 Spencer, Janice 163, 317 Spencer. Pamela, 93, 156, 263 Spiegel, Edith, 14, 161, 298 Spies, Daniel, 167, 217 Spilger. Janice, 282 Spinden, Peter. 298 Spinelli, Michael, 171 Sponsler, Phillip, 298 Spratt, William, 99. 263 Sprehe. Dr. Robert. 65, 98 Spurgeon, Alan, 282 Srnka, Alfred, 75 St Clair, Albert, 263 St Clair, Deborah, 128. 129, 298 St Clair, Paul, 298 St Clair, Richard, 25, 67 Stabler, Ronald, 99 Stagner, Linda, 317 Stallings, Matthew, 204, 317 Stallings, Richard, 131, 183, 190 330 Stambaugh Virginia, 317 Stanek, Rhonda, 106, 282 Stanbuck, Nita, 110 Stanish, Judith, 14, 147. 161, 317 Stanton, V. Sue, 298 Stephney, Lenora Stapp, Nancy, 317 Starbuck, James, 298 Starbuck, Nita, 94. 141, 298 Starr, John, 135 Stauffer, Richard, 136 Steele, Charles, 123, 282 Steele, Donald, 298 Steele. Lynda, 102, 103, 263 Stees, Donald, 282 Steinbeck, Steven, 298 Steiner, Patti, 147, 148, 298 Steinmann, Rodney, 171, 317 Stelpflug Becky. 163, 317 Stelpflug, Susan, 162, 282 Stempel, Peggy, 317 Stender, Sonya, 106. 263 Stephan. Judith. 298 Stephens, Betty, 282 Stephens, Larry, 81 Stephens. William, 81. 116, 1 1 7. 23 1 Stephenson. Janice, 104, 106, 263 Stephenson. Lonnie. 263 Stephenson, Susan, 129, 298 Stephenson. Virginia, 263 Sterchi, Ronald, 131, 196, 197, 198, 208, 282 Sterner, Susan, 317 Stevens Wesley 263 Stevenson, Barbara, 69 Stevenson, Janie, 231 Stevenson, Linda, 112, 298 Stevenson, Mary, 79, 114, 116, 119, 120,298 Stevenson. Richard, 79 Stewart, Cheryl. 114, 282 Stewart. John, 263 Stewart. Larry, 317 Stewart, Linda, 317 Stewart, Madilyn, 317 Sticht, John Albert, 173. 204, 317 Stickney, Julann, 94, 105, 128, 129, 263 Stiffey, Mike, 136 Stilwell, Kenneth, 76 Stillwell. Margaret. 163. 317 Stine. Linda, 82 Stockwell, David, 263 Stockwell. Edward. 175. 264 Stoffa, Janette, 14. 116, 129. 156, 298 Stoker, Linda, 317 Stomberg, Joyee, 317 Stone, Carol, 135, 264 Stone, Jamie. 282 Stone, Robert, 172, 264 Stoner, Evelyn. 94. 98, 282 Stookey. Carole, 264 Stott, Lucretia, 298 Straile, John, 282 Strand, Gary, 282 Strasser, Gary, 97. 105, 283 Strayhall, Cheryl, 264 Stroeber, Judith. 147, 283 Stroker, Virginia. 128, 129. 283 Struss, Rodney, 264 Stryker, Phillip, 134. 137 Stubbs, Cheryl, 317 Stuck. Thomas, 283 Stuckey, Thomas, 264 Stude. Curtis. 317 Stude. Linda, 94, 104. 283 STUDENT COUNCIL. 86 STUDENT MENTORS, 89 STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCA- TION ASSN., 104 STUDENT SOCIAL COMMITTEE, 146 Stull. David, 113. 283 Suchsland. James. 264 Suell, John. 131. 191 Sullivan. Annalee. 133. 161, 298 Sullivan. Dan. 196. 317 Sullivan, Patrick, 192, 214, 216, 217 Sumners. Jimmy, 317 Sun. Show Yat, 231 Susewind. Nona, 317 Suter. Cynthia, 126, 264 Suter, Martha, 106, 141, 264 Sutherland. Kirk Suwanraks, Krisna. 110. 137 Swain. Roy, 105, 112. 141, 144, 283 Swan, Denna, 122, 141 Swan, Doris, 283 Swank, Melvina Swann, Lynn, 152. 157, 283 Swanson, Gene. 99, 264 Swanson. Sheryll. 161. 318 Swarthout, Jennie, 264 Swartz. Anita. 231 Swartbendruber, Elle, 163, 318 Sweitzer, Paul, 264 Swenson, Dave, 81, 144 Swift. Marilyn. 156, 298 Swindell, Michael, 318 Swisher, Becky, 14, 154, 283 Switzer, Jaunett, 231 Switzer, Judy. 264 Swofford. Shelley. 161 Swon. Donna, 318 Syferd. Deborah, 318 Sykes, Claire, 158 Sykes, Kenneth. 62 Sykes, Madelene, 18, 106, 298 Shreve, 75 Sykes, Marilyn, 3 18 Sylvara. Jerry. 264 Sylvara, Pamela. 283 Sze, Rosa. 283 Szofran, John, 132, 264 Tadelski, Carol. 108 Tague, Donna, 318 Tague. Dorothy, 283 Tague. Nancy, 88, 129. 283 Tait. Michael, 283 Talabhat, Narongsakd, 231 Taliaferro. Mary. 264 Tamberelli. Alfred. 264 Tamberelli. Sheryl Tamjeedi. Ali, 1 10 Tankesley, Carroll. 162, 163, 270, 283 Tankesley, Michael. 177. 318 Tanner, David. 141, 283 Tapy, Susan, 163. 298 Tarbet, John. 264 Tarbet, Joyce. 283 Tarrence. Duane. 298 Tate. Dr. H B., 67 Tate. Reagan. 318 TAU KAPPA EPSILON, 176, 177 Taylor, Bonnie, 318 Taylor, George, 265 Taylor, Janice, 265 Taylor. Jeanne, 130, 154, 283 Taylor, Raymond, 283 Taylor, Ruth. 283 Taylor. Stephen. 265 Taylor, Sydney. 28 Taylor. Tom. 265 Tedrow. Gloria, 129, 152, 156, 283 Teel. Mary, 26, 27, 265 Teeter. Darien. 176. 265 Tellier. Stephen. 283 TENNIS, 208, 209 Terry, Claudine. 122. 160 Terry. Dr. Howard. 67, 104 Terry, Dr. Linn, 67, 176 Tesdall, Patricia, 142, 283 Thaipanich. Nibondh. 231 Tharp. Rosemary. 14, 161 Theerman. Larry. 283 Theriault. Richard, 112. 113 Thomas. Arthur. 265 Thomas. Dwayne, 283 Thomas. James, 75, 170 Thomas. Karen, 130, 158, 298 Thomas, Linda, 318 Thomas, Millard, 318 Thompson. Alice. 106, 122, 265 Thompson, Aubradella. 108, 283 Thompson. Ernest, 134 Thompson. Gary. 265 Thompson. Ivan. 318 Thompson. Janet, 105. 152. 154, 286, 294 Thompson, Kandace, 298 Thompson. Linda. 283 Thompson. Mary, 318 Thompson. Nancy. 106, 298 Thompson, Neoma, 93, 158 Thompson, Paul, 127, 153, 220, 283 Thompson. Robert, 298 Thompson, Walter, 318 Thorington, Katherine, 318 Thornburg, aJnet, 318 Thornton, James, 265 Thrasher, Michael, 318 Threlkeld, Suzanne. 318 Thurlo. Richard, 265 Thurman, Richard, 265 Thurman. Beth, 27, 37, 128, 129, 147, 283 Thurman. Karladine, 88, 89, 126, 147, 161, 298 Thurman, Mary, 147 Tichacek. Karen, 298 Tiller. Bruce, 318 Timm, Douglas, 182, 231 Timmerberg, Frederick, 318 Tipton, Carol, 94, 318 Tipton, Earl, 135, 265 Tisue, Mintie, 298 Toal, Gerald, 265 Tobben, Gary, 298 Tobben, Larry, 298 Todd. avid. 127. 298 Todd. Judith, 318 Todd, William, 95, 265 Toedebusch, Lois, 128. 129, 265 Tohlen. Richard, 265 Tolly. Judy, 265 Tomich. Marilyn, 318 Toole, Robert, 167, 299 Toops. David, 177, 194, 283 Toops, Eunice, 265 Topinke, Mary, 123, 318 Topper, Elizabeth, 120 Toth. Geraldine, 265 Totsch. Wilma Towne, Dr. Ruth, 44, 81, 158 TRACK, 214, 215 Tracy, John, 265 Tracy, Paul, 116, 117, 136, 142, 265 Trammel, Katherine, 318 Traul. Phillip, 299 Travis, Ester, 265 Trent, Patricia. 88. 90, 94, 102. 152. 154, 283 Trimble. Mary, 318 Triplett, Paul, 134 Triplet!, Steve, 134, 299 Trisko, Lynne, 27, 265 Trost. Barbara. 106. 161, 265 Truesdell, Ellen. 318 Truitt. Donna. 16, 75 Truitt, Jeannine. 108. 283 Trump. Edna, 104, 265 Tsai, Kuang-Yu, 23 1 Tse. Kai, 318 Tse, Kai-Shung. 265 Tseng, Joseph, 73 Tsutsumi, Motonobu. 265 Tuchek, Mary. 299 Tucker. Glinda, 318 Tucker, Jonell, 265 Tucker, Linda, 3 18 Tucker, Sherri, 318 I ucker, Victory. 14. 106. 154, 266 Tudeen, Stephen, 134, 266 Tuitele, Lui, 95, 113, 171, 283 Tuley, Linda, 318 Turk, Larry. 318 Turnbaugh. Carolyn, 266 Turner. Janet. 266 Turner. Konra. 14. 163. 266 Turner. Michael E. Turner. Michael L., 299 Turner. Patricia, 14. 154 Turner, Sandra. 106. 266 Turner. Stanley. 266 Tuttle. Darlene. 283 Tuttle. Elaine. 299 Tuttle. Ronald. 266 Twillman. Judith. 128. 129, 130, 154, 283 Tyler, James, 165, 266 Tyler, Kathryn, 148, 163, 318 u Ullrick, Robert, 283 Ulry, Michael, 318 Unger, William, 68, 69 Unzicker, Linda, 299 UPWARD BOUND, 64 Urban, Timothy, 153 Urfer, Samuel, 119, 134, 137 Utley, Reeta, 128. 129, 266 Utterback, James, 266 Utterback, Sharon, 318 Uwanno, Wanpen, 231 V Van Biber, Tommy, 231 Van Der Wilt, Linda, 283 Van Dolah, Mark, 318 Van Dorin, Marie, 96, 266 Van Dyne, Doyle, 283 Van Dyne, Karyl, 158, 299 Van Essen. Lorraine, 266 Van Fleet. Dennis, 318 Van Horn, Steven. 170 Van Houten, Aubrey, 299 Van Sant, Samuel, 266 Van Uum. David, 319 Vander Zyl. Rolland, 283 Vanderhoof. Frederic, 266 Vandike, John. 318 Varns, Doris, 93, 106, 266 Vass, Carol, 283 Vass, Patricia, 319 Veach, Dennis, 319 Veach, Wayne, 299 Ventling, Madonna, 283 Verdine, Judith, 319 Verdon, Staeven, 266 VETERANS CLUB, 136 Vickers. Dennis. 266 Vignovich. Donna. 94, 152, 158, 266 Vincent. Janet. 123 Vinluan, Danilo, 110. 231 Vittitoe. Jerry, 65 Viviano, Phyllis, 162, 266 Vlahovich. Danniel, 283 Vogeler. Barbara, 283 Vokoun. Dennis, 319 Volmert, Mary, 299 Von Yeast, David, 266 Vore, Linda. 319 Vranich, Michael, 127 Vyvial, Stanley, 266 w Waddill. Linda, 319 Wade, Maurice, 71 Wade, Nan. 83 Wade. Willis. 266 Wadlin. James. 319 Wadlin. Patricia, 147. 283 Waggener. Barbara, 299 Waggener. James. 127, 283 Wagner, Frank, 16. 131. 189, 191, 283 Wagner. Kathy. 108. 137, 147. 319 Wagner. Kristine. 266 Wagner. Paul, 80, 89. 153. 174. 267 Wagner, Ralph, 173, 267 Waite. Danny, 319 Wakefield. David. 171, 283 Walker. Brian. 167, 319 Walker. Brian. 167. 319 Walker. Carroll. 196. 319 Walker. Dana. 167. 299 Walker. Danny, 134, 283 Walker. David. 177. 299 Walker. Donald. 79 Walker, Dr. Gardner, 81 Walker. Jerome, 214, 216 Walker, Larry, 267 Walker. Paulettc, 137, 284 Walker, Richard, 267 Walker. Sally, 319 Walker. Sherric, 94. 106, 299 Wallace. Ivan. 299 Wallace, Murlene, 105, 284 331 Walleman I Wallin, Dennis, 220 Wallingford, Betty, 113, 123, :99 rd, ( harles Wallingford, Dean, 173 ■i. ley.H. A., Walsh, F ranees, 75, 204, 205 Walshei Dole - 284 Walston Randall, 91, 94, 267 Walter, ( ynthia, 88, 152, 158 284 Walter, George, 214, ' 19 Walz, Walter, 167, 299 Wang, Shy-Ying, 267 Ward, I inda, 128, 129, 299 Warden, Phyllis, 14, [6, 104. 10 Warner Edward, 267 Warren, Marj 119 Warren, Robert, 173, 284 Warren, Sherril. 319 Wasmansky, George, 196 Water, Ann. 108 Waters, - nn. 96. 267 Waters, Marjorie, 93. 128, 129. 147. 267 Waters. Thomas. 267 Watkins, Daniel. 299 Watkins, Jane. 105, I 14. 284 Watkins. Nancy, 267 Watson. Forrest. 284 Watson, Shirley, 89. 100, 104. 1 12. 127. 284 .it son. Thomas. 267 Watson. Woodrow, 267 Watts. Gary, 131, 173. 267 Way, Jr.. Ruel, 134. 319 Way. Juanita. 108. 299 Waybill, Jo Ella, 194. 319 Wayman. Annell. 107 Weatherford. Anthony. 97. 171. 319 Weatherford. Robert, 319 Weatherly. Marjorie. 161. 284 Weaver. Deborah. 163. 284 Weaver, Marilyn, 284 Webb, Kurl. 83 Webber. Earnest. 135, 267 Weber. Shirley. 231 Weber. Warren. 3 1 9 Weber. William. 76 Wedde. Barbara. 107, 299 Weede. Larry. 171, 196. 319 Weede. Lorraine, 129, 319 Weekley, JoAnn. 162 Weeks. Anita. 319 Weerts, Dr. Richard. 69, 119 Weggen. Jim. 284 Wehmeyer. Carol, 319 Wehmeyer, Jean. 128. 129. 284 Wehrman. Terrance. 1 16. 120, 284 Weibel. Rose Mary. 267 Weindel. Lawrence. 168, 284 Weinrich, Dennis. 299 Weinrich. Phyllis. 319 Weir. Carol. 125, 267 Weis, Terry, 137. 172. 267 Weise. Lloyd. 185 Weisenborn. Andrew, 319 Weiting, Karen. 319 Weitman. Laura. 93. 106. 267 Wells. Carolvn. 105, 284 Wells. Donna Wells. Herbert. 319 Wells. Ida. 114. 299 Wells. Kenneth. 132. 267 Wells. I inda, 119 Wells. Mary, 89. 94, 123. 299 Wells SI n, i i i. 116, 120, 299 Welsh, lames. 99. |75, 267 Welsh, John. 284 Welie, Margaret, 319 Welter, lohn, 206 Wendelschaefer, Brian, 94, 95, 112. 17 " . 267 Wendt, Darrell. 299 Wendt, Robert. 134 Wennekamp, Robert. 141. 267 Wenneker. Lynda. 299 Wens Rhea Ann. 163, 319 WESLEY CLUB, 143 Wessling, 1 ance, 95. 1 13, 133, 168 267 West, Mickey, 299 Weyand. Gloria. 109, 161, 268 Whalen. Sandra. 268 Whanger, Darrell. 3 19 Wharton. Larry. 299 Wheeler. Beverly. 65 Wheeler. Lloyd. 102. 153, 284 Wheeler. Russell. 99. 268 Whipple. Steven. 134. 177. 268 Whisler. Norma. 268 Whitacre. Ronald. 268 Whitaker. Marshall. 268 White. Albert, 284 White. Donald. 319 White. Lois. 319 White. Mary Jo. 268 White. Paul. 284 White. Stephen. 170, 284 White. Steven. 284 Whiteaker. Hal. 95. 153. 175. 284 Whitmore. Dr. Perry, 74 Whitener. Barbara. 268 Whiteside. Gary. 214 Whiteside. Janet. 163, 284 Whiteside, Mark. 268 Whitney, Gwen, 319 Whitney. Mark, 319 Witson. Willie, 83 Whitt. Marcia. 90. 93. 268 Whittaker. Thomas. 112, 268 Whittom. Leona. 75. 90 WHO ' S WHO, 224, 225. 226, 227 Wich. Karen. 104. 284 Wiekless. Barbara, 231 Wideman. James. 319 Wideer. Janice. 319 Wiese. Lloyd, 131, 214, 218 Wiesemann, Benita, 94, 104, 284 Wilber. Walter. 107. 167, 268 Wilburn, Cecil, 134. 299 Wilcox. Jonathan. 319 Wild. Margaret, 284 Wilden. Stanley. 231 Wiley. Livinnia. 94. 105, 106 Wiley. Priscilla, 108. 268 Willord. Danny. 105. 110. 141,268 Wilhoit. Deborah. 104, 284 Wilhoit, Jerry, 299 Wilhoit. Judy, 319 Wilhoit. Linda. 106, 122, 147. 268 Wilhoit. Mary. 100. 104, 285 Wilke, Sandra. 319 Wilkerson. Brenda. I 14. 299 Wilkerson. Mary. 231 Wilkinson. Gary. 167, 300 Willcox. Steve, 126. 285 Wilier. Rita. 285 Willetts, David, 300 Williams. Allen. 300 Williams. Alvin, 165. 319 Williams. Uremia. 500 Williams, Brooke. 88. 163. 166. 286, 300 Williams. ( arol, 89, 268 Williams. Cathy, 94, !19 Willi. nns. ( ynthia, 104. 285 Williams. Dwaj ne. 300 Williams. James. 268 Williams liiimiie. 268 Williams. Joan. 268 Williams. John, 268 Williams. John, 300 Williams. I, use. 108, 268 Williams. Rebecca, 300 Williams. Scott. 319 Williams. Stanley. 16, 58 Williams. Susan. 129. 300 Williams. Sylvia. 285 Williams. Timothy. 16. 149 Willis. Jerry. 141 Willis. Keith. 319 Willows. Barbara, 154, 285 Wills. Mary. 285 Wilp. Kocoa. 320 Wilsey. Ida. 268 Wilson. Allen, 134. 268 Wilson. Brewer. 268 Wilson. Carol. 102, 268 Wilson, Cheryl, 16, 89, 104. 147, 148. 1 59. 285 Wilson. Claude, 131. 196. 197.200, 300 Wilson, Dollie, 75 Wilson. Donna, 300 Wilson. Edward. 105, 268 Wilson. Edward. 300 Wilson. Elizabeth. 72 Wilson, Ellen, 268 Wilson. Gregory, 72, 108 Wilson. Harold. 320 Wilson. Dr. Herman, 75 Wilson, Jimmy. 320 Wilson, Judith, 320 Wilson, Kenneth. 135. 269 Wilson. Mary. 93. 269 Wilson. Michael. 269 Wilson. Michael. 1 12 Wilson. Nancy. 106. 269 Wilson. Phillip, 104. 269 Wilson. Ted. 173. 320 Wilson. William. 95. 285 Wimp. Mrs. S2rah, 154 Windels. Theodore, 320 Winslow, Lucille. 71 Winters. Terrence. 196. 285 Wise. Patricia, 128, 129, 269 Wiseman, Cheryle. 320 Wiseman, Larry. 285 Wiskirchen. Kathy. 320 Wiss, Hugh, 269 Witt. Asa. 107 Wittier. Patricia. 320 Woldridge. Larry, 269 Wolf. Constance. 285 Wolf. Lvnne. 90. 114. 120. 269 Wolfe. Calvin. 300 Wolgast. Larry. 97 Woltjen. Susan. 114. 161. 320 Wolverton. Sylvia. 100, 105. 120. 300 WOMEN ' S RECREATIONAL ASSOC, 129 Wood. Deborah. 94. 159, 300. 319 Wood. Johnie. 171. 320 Wood, Kevin, 300 Wood. Nancy. 320 Woodford. Joan. I 19. 30(1 Woods. Ann. 320 Woods. I)r Dak. 76 Woods. Howard. ' 00 Woods. Kathy. 269 Woods. Kevin, 135 Woods. Wade. 2 I 8 Wooten, Dottye. 89, 105, 161, 285 Wormsley, lames. 25, 95. 131. 175. 21 I. 269 Worrell. Dr. Elizabeth. 75. 102 W, sin mskv. George. 167. 285 WRESTLING, 204-207 Wright. Ann. 163, 285 Wright. Constance. 320 Wright. Donna. 320 Wright. Donna. 75 Wright. Dr. J. C. Wright, James, 269 Wright. Judith, 320 Wright, Nancy. 159. 285 Wright. Dr. Robert. 61, 89 Wu, Grace. 285 Wulf. Janet. 122. 154, 300 Wyatt, Lynda, 141, 300 Wyeth, Terry, 269 Wyrick, Carole. 300 Yackley, Karen, 94, 108, 163, 300 Yagel, Sheila, 300 Yagel, Shirley, 300 Yager, Carla. 320 Yager. Joseph, 91, 133, 145 Yager. Michael. 109. 300 Yardley. Willard, 320 Yates, Anthony. 134. 137, 285 i ates, Becky, 108, 159 Yates, Donald, 269 Yates, Joan, 320 Yates, Rebecca, 300 Yee, Sha-Yuen, 107 Yenyuak, Pratuang, 231 York, Connie, 300 Yos, Donna, 320 YOUNG DEMOCRATS, 138 YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS, 113 YOUNG REPUBLICANS, 139 Young. Robert, 269 Young, Robert. 175. 285 Young, William, 192. 214, 215 Yowell, Joseph, 269 Yutz, Helen, 300 Zechman. Lynn. 127. 177, 320 Zeieler, Dennis, 109, 300 Zeigler. Sharon, 105, 106, 285 Zeiler, Helen. 269 Zenteno, Manuel, 320 Zentz, Jane, 93, 94, 123, 269 Zimmer, Julie, 320 Zinnert, Peggy, 320 Zollars. Cynthia, 320 Zotz. Mary. 300 Zuehlke. Barbara, 320 Zuckerman. Dr. Arnold. 81. 144 Zuroweste, James. 369 Zybarth, Terry. 177. 269 332 Ill WALSWORTH MarcHwe. Mo ISA

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