Union College - Golden Cords Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

 - Class of 1970

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' '11 , ,se si 1f.f:V..J----' , -' . me ",,V Ml. 4. 12'-,Q .V 'i1g1,f?'Va':i1?-ff"-- 'suck 511531325 M 1m,wm,K,,,m-Q,Vi5.I,i,., ,W .!.,,.,,W:n,se4,.-.,g,,Wi A igq-N-,.V-V13 gg :'g,iWf5x3wM,jQV"3S mldflwg -225 W hf'i2-Wifefg Mira-2 f?'1?W'-Fig-"gf'?f"2Pfx'F"-'VMWQA-rg ,W f 5 vw in 5:-w.e.Qf, 'v 1f'5'1,fE:.:.zi:xi! 1? Q, i 5' 5 Q 's E 3 ri E 3 f E 2 5 22 5 3 s s 3' F! 5 2 2 4 s 5 2 2 s E .Q 5 ? E 1 I 5 F r I n f I, i is x r 5 f 6 L f I 5 enum ea-.fxxfawmnvanw-14g 'mf 'f rarer-mfravrnmfrvlrcfwuzw-wv:a-vrsrmn, " , . '1 'cf'-X "saw-wr.a.sn,:gmufwmmr-fuf-bmw nannnawwwnnnsvamws-gvwnmmrvwfszaawzww. rmnwn mmmmsiari- Q1fssn:-:mraqvmarusa1msmra4fsxfsasv:Jfaxefq:sanazzrvnxxnm mf wsu. wr-six GOLDEN CORDS 1970 Q ' if . SA NU And in the days of beginnings There was planted A seed, And' with that seed A prayer, , And with that prayer A faith, ' , , ' A hope, . A A dream. . The hard prairie earth Yielded To the power of the seed And a college was born. y SQ 2 The seedling was nourished, By a diversity of peoples, Of cultures. Theywho had planted it Now prayed over it, Saorificed for it, Becoming fused by This common bond, 'ses S my s .. . my Q ' ' --zsfrfzfz,-.fog :fs ' uf 1 1 -Q. M - , . , , :giflk YN-V ,, 4 we wvrwmb.. . f - 2' -gs 11. Q.-'1sfq,1Q1Jt3wQ-sf ff .ini - Q. ' - A J 4 X .. 555545 ESQ-f 1 5 And the rain came down . . . Roots Sank deep into the soil, Leaves stretched high Into the sun . . . The miracle of growth. 2 Q .3 3. Times oftesting A , g Cameallrtoo soonj e 'W i , Thewinds of War blewfierce, - I 'Tearing at the young tree's strength ltsmeng' ' 1 e ' But the 'roots wefe deep, - And the trunk limbeff g A Bending waS'noib'reaking, ng And fhe sapling grew stfong' Onceagalinjf Q f , f' ' Slowly the trunk hardened And the branches grew firm . The beauty of A Maturity As the tree came into its own lt protected ' t And sheltered The land from which it grew. ,Wig To its feet ' Came young lovers to sit Quietly togetherg e To its feet Came young scholars to read Words of wisdomg To its feet ' ' i Came those seeking protection From the elementsg Anditbecame , An anchor for the heart. o And in the spring of each' year Those who have come Go back again, e Wiser and ' Better and f Stronger than before, Like seeds scattered by the wind And the rain will always Come down . . . ik .1 1 7 if if ,A X, 7 if Z ff J J Q 4 gn ff Q gy 53: T 9 ? 5 Qc W 1 A, F' W., ' 53 'W Q CONTENT OF THE NIE Before . . Start . . Tnenme Sports . . Leaders . Studies . Those . - 5: 51141 fl 'K J-af' 0 R . ,, . A Q., ,Q had-1 ulfwiff - ' .Y 1 y 5 'i 1 ,P iw .4 an n .X ' . . il. , af' X T? 'Q 1 ff.. - Q l Q x l rg. 3 5 ti 'V . 6 'B Q, 1 0 I ' . Q ' Q Q - U O.. A ' 8 1 G 'C 1 6' 6, . J' I , 6' .CQ 6 Q ,lix I I O I v 55, -1 Q 0.0 I Q, af' n fa ' . o. -9 58 5 G I NY. " Q-'til , f ' HT: I fs- - QQ, S' 3 G 0 x i in G a -' ' x sk.- x 3 'IA 'L I ' x x I ,- U 6. N , 1 ."N. C A 1 X ffii? Nui, .T , X I 6 K V 1 , REGISTRATION COMMENCES NEW YEAF? Registration is remembered in the minds of most students as a time of long lines, decisions concerning classes, spending large sums of money, hours of test- ing, and becoming a number for an IBM computer. It meant a race for classes before they closed, register- ing or temporarily losing your car, and above all sign- ing away your freedom for another school term of work, books and study. WORSHIP CONVEYS REST It is after a long, full day of campus activities that one feels the need for a moment of real quiet and rest. Worships are conducted to fill this need. The day that classes began was true to form, and as students filed into their respective chapels they realized the great value of attending a Christian college. Dorm worships were conducted each night of the week with many special feat u res including guest speakers, current events, and panel discussions. Re- spective clubs sponsored one worship a week. 'FT v CONVOCATION UNITES STUDENTS Convocation, conducted each Friday morning, was the secular voice of the administration and Associated Student Body, the first meeting being a welcome to all new, as well as old students, from the faculty. For the students, convocation was the official lis- tening time, to current happenings, campaigns, pro- motions, projects, and instructions. Monday morning chapel served a complimentary purpose, giving the school family opportunities to wor- ship together every week. Speakers included both fac- ulty members and guest speakers from other parts of the country. Before chapel began, spontaneous choruses were often sung as the students took their places. Many appreciated these hours of peaceful meditation which punctuated their busy days. M. V. RALLY OF INSPIRA TION The lVl.V. Rally held September 19 and 20 had as guests the Voice of Prophecy team-H.lVl.S. Richards Sr. and the Kings Heralds. Elder Richards spoke Fri- day evening and again for the Sabbath morning ser- vice. "The Second Touch'l and how it must relate to our lives was the theme for the weekend. Other activities included the salute to servicemen, featuring fifty student flagmen. Union's student mis- sionaries, Linda and Helmer, presented an inspiring report of their experiences during the past year. Also several students reported of their trip to the Youth Con- gress at Zurich. The Kings Heralds presented an after- noon concert at the Pinewood Bowl, concluding the rally. "And he looked up, and said, 'I see men as trees, walking! After that he put his hands again upon his eyes, and made him look up: and he was restored, and saw every man clearly." Mark 8:24,25 21 w i CTT C6 ANNUAL HANDSHAKE: A CLASP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION On the evening of September 20, students and faculty lined the auditorium to get acquainted with one another. All it took was a warm handshake and a few words of greeting from the "old" to the "new" to get things off to a good start. On the floor were marked areas representing signifi- cant dates and important people and places on campus. Dr. Davenport rewarded several persons who happened to be in the right marked area at the right time, even though it meant standing on the wall for some. The remainder of the evening was filled with friendly talk, refreshments and a short program provided by the As- sociated Student Body. wwf' STUDENT CENTER HAPPENINGS Programs "just for fun" gave students a chance to relax. The Student Center Committee presented an hour of fun en- titled "Put on a Happy Face" featuring a pantomime and musical numbers. Joint worship in the gym gave way to laughter with cartoons of the Road Runner and the Three Stooges. "Let's Make a Deal" was another of the exciting pro- grams provided by the Student Center Committee. A televi- sion was obtained as permanent entertainment and this was greatly appreciated by a large part of the student body who benefited from it. The Student Center was also used for several fund raising programs. P.H.P..' UNlON'S SOCIAL HANDBOOK A new record of nine days was set by the Peanut Hill Populace staff for their production of the students' social handbook. There were new added features such as a student roster w ith first names first, frequently used phone numbers, a map of Lincoln, and places of interest in the city. The book proved helpful for finding out essential information about that "someone" you ate lunch with. l I ,511 Ill! V T:--II" ni' Y! iii if I ll 'llgll I H ull!!!- Q. SPORTS.' AN ENERGY RELEASE Where there is youth there is actiong and where is there more action and spirit than in a lively game of soccer or football? Lack of shoulder pads and flashy helmets does not lessen the enthusiasm of Union s t u d e n t s. Both spectators and participants enjoy relaxing and letting off steam after a hard day at the books. The new athletic bowl, which was completed in time for the fall sports season, is large enough to ac- commodate two soccer fields and two football fields. The lighting also made evening games possible for the first time. DISPLAY OF NEW STUDENT TALENT "The Sound of the New," the annual new student talent program, displayed a variety of talent. The show's emcee was Dr. Thomson, and it featured piano solos and readings as well as vocal numbers. Continuing the gay mood, a color- ful fashion show was presented by new students. 27 vm. Lk- C' , Y ' 4, f. fi' 'f i , r-. 5 ' ' if 5' A .' f , - 'F' ' -' 'Q +V. , mg-uri, ',Qe41Q f ' ., '. ,MW A. ,X . 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September 26 found the campus swarming with curious, anxious seniors from all academies in the Central and North- ern Unions. Each bus was met by a welcoming committee as it arrived, and each student was given special attention, so far as possible. Planned activities included a talent program, given by the visiting seniorsg and an enthusiastic football game. MISSIONS' PRGMOTION DAY October 15, the day thousands of college and university students throughout the na- tion participated in the Vietnam war mor- atorium, Union College held Missions' Pro- motion Day. Despite the rain, approximately two hun- dred students met in the auditorium prepared to "demonstrate for Christ in a positive way." That evening Dean Britain and Dr. Daven- port auctioned avvay various items collected during the day. Students who were not able to participate in the field day were asked to contribute their share to the campaign. me 'Q ' vii Tw' D' -ff Kr, V' 31 - 1 V.-J' I' ,hirl I if if I. . ', , Y V 5, ' A -. Ak 'S' 6' , W , D we H' ' , vw 's 7 I J",'l -, tx ni, fe' t x ,g- 'r . wif' y, ,-qdwidxf Denver THAT SECOND STRIPE At the beginning of their senior year, nursing students receive a second stripe on the corner of their white caps. The stripe itself is not as signifi- cant as the study and clinical experience that it represents, and it means that more advanced work is yet to come. So with this second stripe senior students visualize past achievements as well as future responsibilities. t .X , - 5 .X SADIE HA WKINS HALLOWEEN ADVENTURE Patience-that's what it took to wait for the bus to come pick up the students. It took two busloads and one truckload. One mile of mud, mud, and more mud. Ever walk in lead shoes?-that's what it felt like. Old, tumbledown barn decorated in the old tradi- tion-pumpkinsg dummy hanging from the ceiling, bales of hay. . . The film-"Ghost and lVlr. Chicken," funny . . .?? Halloween songs for a halloween occasion. Hot apple cider felt good-warmed the inside but not the outside. Donuts to satisfy one's hunger after the "long" walk and film. Muddy walk back, crowded ride home, but fun anyway! har-ix-swywfx " ki' ft .ff slam. 1' . v ,,...-df'-,F ' ses..-3. . I J X 3 it LQQNf.,, . GUANTANAMERA Coming to us from the United Medical Laborato- ries in Portland, Oregon, was the Rose City Singers for their second engagement at Union. Their performance, which attracted one of Union's largest audiences this year, included a wide variety of both sacred and secular numbers. The Rose City Singers' stop-over at Lincoln was one of many on their coast-to-coast tour of colleges. Although their stay was short, it can be said they came to us with a song and left us with a song. .f ,ss fr' Ng. .T 1 avi ,fp . M g X x ,gs r 4 li :ll S ,Ar it A 41' it-1 5 W 55' 9 ' i - .Y ts' s A ..y.g. 2' is i b:q:E. ir HALLOWEEN IN DENVER your hair down. It even meant getting your hair wet-right Lin- da?! How about the "steam tunnel" Claudia. . .? Nurses really have the spirit of working together and there- fore, having fun together. Sitting on the floor cross-legged and in the most ridiculous get-ups, these nurses sat listening intently to the chief witch tell the chilling "TelltaIe Heart." lt was Linda Stair who challenged Corrine Copenhower in a "pass the orange" contest. Did you really get it Corrine? Denver I as 'wr ,X s,f'f,fi , 'W 3911: P r W -' .f f-. uzurom ,' - Q sosriwf' 1 z 4? f , "1 f '?L,fSgi ---A...., fog. 1 , ., M I .f .W ' r . , Wu -9' ., if Aw - Y f-nifawsisefrf f l in ' :JJ 11's - me rw W-if ' 2 '32 rf' ff ,M f gh f X ig. 4, . 'lu The home of our nursing students, Porter Memorial Hospital in Denver. A beautiful spot, summer, fall, winter, or in the blossoming- "come aIive" springtime. C. V. CHURCH CELEBRATES 75th ANNIVERSARY The College View Church record book was opened and brought to life on the evening of its 75th anniversary. A pageant was presented repeating the scenes from the beginning of the church-the choos- ing ofa site, the building in 1891, the dedication, the early church board meetings, Mrs. White's sermon, were a few of the scenes depicted. A feeling of gratefulness was felt by those pres- ent for the founders of the church 75 years ago. One question, however, was left to be answered- "What are we doing for tomorrow." 2 -v 'W A NSR nike? MW-as S nf, 5 W WW, "B'w""m"'Qg,Q va-as Adm! ISLANDS OF EMOTION Flowing gowns and corsages of many colors were part of the ASB banquet held at the Univer- sity auditorium. As one stepped across a small wooden bridge over a little trickling stream one entered a island paradise. Eyes followed scenes depicted by backdropped sands of a beach, white caps on waves, island huts surrounded by palm trees and a full moon shedding its light on the sea. Tables decorated with orchids and leaves, small lighted candles lent to the atmosphere. The dinner was highlighted with a Pops Concert En- semble: Robert P. Jochmans, director. lVlr. Charles Leffler, Master of Ceremonies, led us in a delightful evening of laughter and emotion. Iii, l xt' is rx . e 40 F PREPARA TIONS FOR Q X 7,,,,awHBm rt S A BRIGHTER SIDE College is a place where many types of hopes and dreams for the future can find fulfill- ment. Many couples found not only an education at Union, but they also found each other, and in each other the embodiment of their ideals and hopes. m y N.ly W 1 , 'Q ,Q 2 1 4, -- ' l or ,. 2 4 , f ', ',f, l R lr. R Q K wwe. DECEMBER 77, 1969 -JANUARY 5, 1970 The Christmas spirit was felt as the an- nouncement came from Dr. Fowler that Christmas vacation would be a week longer than planned. Many students had to rearrange flight and train schedules, car rides, and various other means of transportation because of the time change. There was also a last-minute rush as papers were writ- ten and handed in to teachers. Students spread out across the United States for the holiday season, and some as far as the Ba- hamas and Hawaii. Two ladies and a number of men stayed on campus. Most all students felt three weeks were much better than two. I www THE OTHER HALF Just before Christmas vacation the girls' club, Kappa Theta, sponsored an open house in Rees Hall, giving the guys a chance to see where the other half lives. Guided tours were provided for anyone who didn't have a special friend, and cook- ies and punch were served in the recreation room. The whole dorm reflected the Christmas spir- it. A Christmas tree cast its spell over the parlor, and a fire crackled in the fireplace. Each room was decorated, and many of those not opened had decorations on the door. i Denver NURSING STUDENTS PRESENT SKIING BENEFIT FEBRUARY: NEW STUDENT CENTER MONTH The month of February was "New Student Center lVlonth" for the students of Union. The Associated Student Body sponsored a campaign to raise the 310,000 needed to renovate the old bookbindery into what is to be the student center. A letter-writing campaign spearheaded the fund raising drive, and prizes were given the students who raised the most. The students cleaned up the building and did much of the needed work themselves. The new student center will provide the relaxing atmosphere needed by the stu- dentsg it is a place where they can rest from the pressures of college life. nf ' ,I - t'Wffx.- t - i UC HCSTS 11th MUSIC CLINIC This year Union College sponsored the eleventh annual Music Clinic Festival. Almost 100 student in- strumentalists from thirteen academies participated in the festival activities. These students had been nomi- nated by their band directors and finally chosen by the clinic director, lVlr. Dan Schultz. Commencing on Thursday, February 12, the academy band festival provided clinics, demonstrations, and discussions to help inspire students to reach higher standards of excellence. The young musicians spent most of their time in a rigorous schedule of rehearsals preparing for their Friday evening sacred concert and for their secular performance on Saturday night. B rf g if Dee Meyerholtz J' Jim Bock, Mary Richards Denver Madeline Hill ii . i ii .. Vvgm I A. Jaw' C en' A MM A k4,, e.... i A S L""Ns-Q.. .....-W ' M' J fr gt cv" ie i -fill' Kathryn Edwards, Dean .1 Tms will ls Pow MISL M. nt marines .w r 4m tm .xx ef uavufxmn w 4. .mm 1 'Avx-wc -num: M nm mm, fc wiv L, 'I' uxsuxs, no nf. mm on A, 'L Lmvx 1.- w mvuxum 'Q M c . mu. we X . 'vm If :um mm 'muy w, .mmm 5... XE ur.1wv.Gf.vum.v...w.w- ..f. an fv mm. ws -W ...M wc .avr .. M .1 ...... mum mm uv ex- ... www. N. W ww. N.. . ,f ,......,-., ..4., .Win .,.. ... .....,.-.1 .. 0... 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The students were involved in all aspects of the week of spiritual emphasis: music, leadership, speaking, and silent participation. lt was indeed a week that brought the Union College students closer to God. Spring Week of Prayer was an enriching experi- ence for many students this year. The theme song, "Christ is the Answer," emphasized the focus of the week, as Elder James Harris, Central Union Conference IVIV secretary, showed us how to let Christ be the answer to our every need. Following the theme. "Be- hold the Lamb of God . . . At the Foot of the Cross," the climax of the series of sermons was reached near the end of the week when Elder Harris preached on the crucifixion and resurrection. The week ended with a Sabbath morning communion service. FIRST CORONA TION OF MISS UNION Union's first lVliss Union Pageant was held this year. Girls were tested on their knowledge of the school history, etiquette, personality, talent, and orig- inality. Tested and interviewed before the pageant, the nine semi-finalists were introduced by Dean Britain during the formal cornpetition, and each girl presented her talent, the most important factor of the pageant. The highest total score was that of Arla Stutzrnan, crovvned lVliss Union of 1970. Runners-up vvere: Jani Tikker, first-runner-upg Linda Christensen, second runner-upg Judy Aulick, third runner-upg Valerie Stotz, fourth runner-up. These girls were selected from the nine semifinalists which also included: Debbie Baugher, Anita Folsorng Linda Kellie, and Garnet Wiese. ln addition, the lvllss Union Contestants elected Debbie Baugher 'tlvliss Congenialityfl Ji ,Ex 1 Www' r, ' ,mfg K 4 2 nxffiww M, W 5 3 ii 'Q QV, ,f ff W M9 X , ,f '-A M my ,M KUCV-FM: U.C.'S COMMUNITY VOICE KUCV-FIVI, in its third year of operation, faith- fully served the College View area and surround- ing community this year. On Friday from 5:30 P.lVl. until 1000 PM it featured man ro rams in I I : . . y p g of ' - spiration such as Church World News, Story Hour, Voice of Prophecy, and Nightwatch. Then again on Sabbath from 8 A.lVl. to 5 P.lVl. and on Sunday from 2 P.lVl. to 10 P.lVl. it presented not only musi- cal inspiration but also science, drama, the Fiadio Doctor, and other programs of interest. Some of these were: Christ International, organized by the Foreign Mission Bands, and Union for Christ, or- ganized bythe IVIV. KUCV-FIVI is managed by a staff of approxi- mately 10 students and faculty which include Tim Garrison, Program Director, Sharon Logwood, Con- tinuity Editor and secretary, Sharon Scheller and Bob Baptist, radio announcers, and Bon Tetz, radio engineer. KUCV-FIVI has proven to be of real value spiritually, ethically, and aesthetically to its listeners. HIGG'S ORA TION WINS CONTEST Leon Higgs won this yearls temperance ora- torical contest. Linda Christensen, Carla Hanson, and Tim Garrison also participated in the speech contest. Linda Gusso won first prize in the poster contest, and second place went to Bruce Buckley. Bob Baptist won the radio spot contest and Darlene Stowe's jingle, 'fClowns joke, frogs croak, fools smoke," won first prize in the car sticker contest. The Temperance Association distributed more than S200 in prize money. i.. il 1 1- ikkfgk: - ag DATING GAME IN STUDENT CENTER The evening of February 14, found the students of Union dropping into the Student Center for the dating game. Lyndon Kurtz was lVl.C. for the two games fea- turing Paulette Anderson, choosing one of three bach- elors, and Bob Cummings choice from three bache- lorettes. LUDING TON PLA YS LEADING ROLE "Up the Down Staircase," a play about the adven- tures of a schoolteacher, was presented by Union Stu- dents this spring. Donna Ludington played the leading role, the part of the school teacher Sylvia Barrett. The major supporting roles were played by Tim Garrison, Kathy Hanson, Dick Barron, Joy Young, and Bob Wills. Mike Conditt directed the play. More than 30 students took part in preparing and presenting it. lvlr. Bruce Ronk and lVlr. D.J. Fike were the faculty advisors. An unusual two-level stage enabled the hour-long, two-act play to be performed without scene changes. The play was staged in the College View Academy Gym on April 25. 'fr 20 NURSES CAPPED IN VESPER SERVICE Friday night, February 27, 20 students experienced a feeling of accomplishment. To most it was also a feeling of joy and excitement. The sophomore nursing students received their caps or pins at the Friday-night vesper service. The cap, when first originated, was used mainly to cover the hair, but today, it not only serves this pur- pose, but signifies the status of the nurse. To her, the cap is the most important part of a nurses' uniform. The male nurse, of course, does not wear a cap, but is writ. given a pin which signified his status in the nursing profession. The sophomore nursing students received their caps to show that they have successfully completed nearly two years of their training. They will continue their training on the Denver campus for an additional two years. Receiving their caps has given the incen- tive for many to study harder to become the kind of nurses our denomination can be proud of. -1sl-- 'imve-wt X. .ae-f"""" krhy . st: l Ki.i R . 7-.gt D' 1 - . 9 K 'N' X E3 ".. gig ,-.' K 5 id ' fi- t nxw. . A """-. XX V i 4 Denver 2 1 Shirley Sutter Katheryn Edwards Dean Dorothy Lane Assistant Dean NEW CLOCK TOWER PLANNED ln order to erect a new freestanding clock tower, the Alumni Association voted, at the 1969 homecom- ing, to raise the necessary funds. A proposed new administration building will re- place the 79-year-old structure topped by the present clock tower. Alumni members of the Union College class of 1922 raised a large amount of money toward the total needed to provide a clock for the new tower. The clock in the present tower was the gift of this same classg seniors of 1922. Other alumni members donated gifts along with many pledges to meet the deadline on the May homecoming weekend. The homecoming included the traditional ban- quets and hanging of the Golden Cords. 145 MAKE IT Graduation was happiness for 145 Union College seniors who had "finally" reached this peak in their education. Each student received his reward for four years of books, teachers, work and worry, along with a host of indelible memories to carry with them through life. Special honor was given to the outstanding stu- dents in the customary way: distinctiong high distinc- tiong highest distinction. Also departmental honors were given to those achieving a 3.5 grade point aver- age in their major field and a 3.0 in other curriculum. Senior recognition convocation in December gave the seniors an encouraging portion of honor early in the year to help them top the last "hump" with determination. The recognition speaker was Dr. Frederick E. Blumer, Provest at Nebraska Wesleyan University. ! ports ofthe Time ,T INA,-' .- A i'- 54 Hifi ' r"'- 'f-wyfna yi' MXN ' fxiff, 21 f v. I 7 5. AMA: 'I ' H in 1 ,J E 'E'???42+i L: ff "4 V ' 4.4 , 4 g 17' Ll'-5 fi Q. ' 'U-T5-'. 'IM ,' FOOTBALL STANDINGS "A" LEAGUE Skinner Thomson Poleschook Bowers W L 5 1 4 3 3 3 1 6 "B" LEAGUE Baptist Trujillo Feather Pilon Petersen Mitchell W L 10 1 6 3 6 4 3 5 2 7 0 6 SCORES "A" LEAGUE Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Skinner Bowers Thomson Skinner Poleschook Bowers Poleschook Thomson Poleschook Skinner Thomson Bowers Skinner Bowers Skinner Thomson Poleschook Bowers Pct. .833 .573 .500 .143 Pct. .910 667 .600 .375 .222 .000 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Skinner Poleschook Skinner Bowers Bowers Poleschook Skinner Thomson Thomson Bowers Thomson Poleschook SCORES "B" LEAGUE Sept. 29 Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 2 Oct. 2 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Pilon Peterson Baptist Feather Baptist Peterson Trujillo Mitchell Mitchell Feather Peterson Feather Baptist Trujillo Baptist Pilon Peterson Mitchell Trujillo Feather Pilon Peterson Baptist Feather Baptist Peterson Oct. Baptist Trujillo Oct. Feather Petersen Oct. Baptist Pilon Oct. Feather Trujillo Oct. Feather Baptist Oct. Trujillo Pilon Nov. Feather Mitchell Nov. Baptist Petersen Nov. Trujillo Pilon Nov. Feather Pilon Nov. Baptist Mitchell O TIGH SCORES BRING JOY, HEARTBREAK Outstanding efforts by Gary Roberts, Willie Sierra, and Don Soderstrom paved the way for Poleschook's triumph. Baptist, meanwhile, led by the running of Edwin Mohr and the defensive play of Rick Murray and Steve Stafford, dealt Trujillo his first defeat of the season on Tuesday, Oct. 7. Earlier in the week, Trujillo had clinched second place and Feather had capped a late-season surge with his fourth straight victory. Gary Hannah ran four yards for the tying tally, and Bob Roberts gathered in a Skinner aerial in the closing moments of the game to make the final score 31-25. John Thomson's team chalked up victories in both of them to climb into second place in the final league standings behind Skinner's championship outfit. - ,M . 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M 2 5 Q 1, me ' 2 i Q Z Q 2 'Q f 4 4 1 1 " ' Q I Jerry Pogue, president Roy Orr, associate vice-presidentg Darlene Tachenko, secretaryg Elsie Flemmer executive vice-president. President Fowler visits the Student Senate. A.S.B. The A. S. B. is in essence the "organized student body." It exists to provide leadership experience, to enable students to express their wants and needs and to give students a voice in school activity through the student senate. Student voice and involvement became a reality in the student senate this year. Open meetings were attended by both interested stu- dents and faculty, visitors were welcomed: and the influence of the lively discussions and senate decisions produced significant results. Another function of the A.S.B. is to provide entertainment, giving opportunity for student so- cial life in various contexts and on many occa- sions throughout the year. Without the A.S.B. there would be no CLOCK TOWER, PEANUT HILL, or GOLDEN CORDSQ there would be no organized expression of stu- dent desiresg and there would be no student power to back up these desires. The A.S.B. is the government of the students, by the students, and for the students. George Thomson, Sponsor, Ralph Lawler, Treasurer, Lanny Stout, Business Manager, Roy Crawford, Financial Advisor. A.S.B.-Clock Tower As the official communicative organ of the Student Body, the Clock Tower faithfully served throughout the year. lt was not simply a public relations paper or a news reporter, it was an opinion-presenting medium to bridge between student and student and between student and faculty. The Clock Tower was a place where a stu- dent could find identity, and recognition for out- standing achievements in sports, social, academ- ic or religious areas. During the year the Clock Tower met several threatening problems. Yet in each case it was brought through, effectively holding its ground in the brilliant editorials which made clear their intended goals. G. Glenn Davenport, Clock Tower sponsor, Lanny Stout Clock Tower business manager and DeForrest Nesmith sponsor A.S.B.-Clock Tower 'rSh:1'fs5ff:.'f: Clock Tower Staff: Glen Wintermeyer, photographerg Louise Morrow, secretary: Jerry Moon, associate editorq Virginia Schilt, copy editor. i,', Clock Tower Staff: Richard Hill, sports editorg Vicki Christensen, layout editorg Connie Phillips, news editor. A.S.B.-Golden Cords The Golden Cords is a collection of the thril- ling, boring and common everyday happenings put in a form that will bring the student reader back to these days of '69-'70 in years to come. lt pic- tures the formal, casual, religious, social, recrea- tional, and academic facets of life at Union Col- lege. The Golden Cords staff was a dedicated group of "kids." Each one aware of the necessity to work as a unit and share the responsibility and obligation. Putting these pages together required patience and determinationg it involved a race with time and an ever watchful eye for the right thing to happen and to capture on film. It meant the balancing of all areas covered and the recogni- tion of the most important. Yet above all else the Golden Cords was put together with the hope that each receiver would own it with pride. Joy Young, Golden Cords editor-in-chief I .. : '- "'- ig. K NQL, 1 ts Q, -Q K 2 R X S? A Nagy . X ,i t S Q f-,ax 'RR t is 6 k it ,gs as fix xt s X if X 'A S sg ai ss s KX in r il l 2 I , .... x 47 I J M2 I 3 2 7 '-,' ,req A fgyxf I pf J d V' th, assistant index editor, Stan Hansen, assistant portrait editor, Gail Becky Jones, portrait editorg u y ie Nelson, index editor. Copy editor: Linda Austing Assistant copy editor: Donna Gay. Stan Cushing: assistant layout editor, Jerry Wall: layout editor: Randi Malone: photo editor: Jan Wall: assistant layout editor. A.S.B A.S.B.-Golden Cords vf one .4 , 1, ,., Denver Golden Cords Committee: Carolyn Shetfer, Linda Sterling Marlene Waller, Secretarygvalerie Tackett, Secretary. lDenver Editorj, Margaret Petersen, Faye Flynn, Judy Schwab. Laurence Fl. Downing, Sponsor, Ftoy W. Crawford, Sponsor, Don Hilliard, Associate Editor. SWIM can -na.. 'nun 'usu- -uu- lun-7.. OIQQQN3 K li -f"ff Q3 we 'ill A.S.B Photographers: Bob Hennig and Jim Aulick. Not pictured: Dave Christenson. Denver-A.S.B. ,gr f' E Food Committee: Beth Powell, Aldine Klein, Joyce Quinn, Arlene Van Horn, Inez Bowie, Chairman. Health Committee: Lynette Voss, Judy Maline, Lynette Avey. A.S.B. Officers: Claudia, Treasurer, Ruth Hix, Secretary, Darlene Schumaker, Vice-President, Barbara Whitehead Coleman, Presi' dent. hilt, Denver-ASB Religious Life Committee: Tomasa Ramirez. Linda Thames. Esther Flores. Sanita Ucci, Elmer Flemmer, Willa Mae Spaulding, Diane 2 Oblander. Peanut Hill 8. Fine Arts: Arlene Van Horn, Martha Gib- son, Susan Carter, Linda Stair. Special Productions: Mary Richards. Renee Weisz. Vonnie Campbell. Susie Stone. Recreation Committee: Jim Bock. Pat Tyson. Dee Meyerholtz. Claudia Schultz. Martha Gita' son. Cheryl Smith, Linda Croak. ASB--Committees C Promotions Committee: Tim Garrisong Rob Baptistg Dr. Davenport, Sponsor, Cindy Lankford, Dennis Hilliard. Program Productions Committee: BOTTOM ROW: Denise Marchg Sylvia Greerg Veronica Roachg Elaine Hagelgantz. TOP ROW: Jim Chilsong Miss Miller, Sponsorg Rob Vandeman. Health and Recreation, Program Productions, and Promotions Committees played a vital role in the activ- ities of the ASB. The Productions Committee planned programs such as New Student Talent, the Amateur Hour, and a special Christmas program. N The main function of the Health and Recreation Committee was to plan a sports social each semester and the annual spring picnic. The Promotions Committee planned some of the less sophisticated functions and promoted ASB activ- ities. Health and Recreation Committee: Dave Bowersg AI Sheriffg Mr. Moon, Sponsorg Cathy Valentine: Judy Broderson. A.S.B.-Committees The function of the Social Committee, head- ed by Jolene Lang, and the Student Center Com- mittee, headed by Kathy Honson, is to provide the students with a portion of their social and cultural needs as a student body. The Social Committee deals with such func- tions as activities during registration and the Spring and Fall A.S.B. Banquets. The Student Center Committee is in charge of the Student Center and provides entertainment there throughout the year. Student Center Committee: Sponsors: Dean McClain and Miss Neu- miller: Kathy Hanson, chairman: Sharon Scheller: Bruce Aalborgg Lyn- don Kurtz. Social Committee: Miss Smith, sponsor: Carole Roberts, Roger Johnson: Ed Wagner: Gale Page: Jolene Lang, chairman: Arla Stutzman: Linda Smith: Sandy Frick. A.S.B.-Peanut Hill 3 5, t, 1 , k 1- - 5 K NWWQ..- M r,N..? . S t 2 tt guru' 3 Q 2 Q --'WE .1 if 2 t t . L sfM"fMi it ti A "'i'N'r" 'is' , ft , . XF L. -1ln...- e 3 ,.. -MMU.. K tt Yr 'Qs-v""iu K tis 9-"'n 2 f Glen Wintermeyer, editorg Rose Seale, typistg Mr. William Rankin, advisor. The Peanut Hill Populace staff set a new rec- ord by getting their publication out 7 days after registration. Led by Glen Wintermeyer the staff put together the most closely studied book on campus, using pictures taken during registration. Boys and girls were listed by first names in the back to aid the search for unidentified students seen on cam- pus. Staff members not pictured were Jerry Moon, associate editorg Jo Ann Armstrong, typistg Linda Stair, Denver assistant. Janice Ftenk and Bev Hilliard, typists. 4 ,111 Q rswfw NEW ASB OFFICERS ELECTED The conclusion to a time of good-natured rivals greeting each other came as the votes for A.S.B. offices were cast. The primary speeches were heard in as- sembly Friday, April 3 with the finals one week later. After much wondering, we were happy to hear the of- fices announced and the new A.S.B. leaders given of- fice on lvlay 15. Election Board: labovel Steve Calkins, Roy Orr, Valerie Tackett, Glenda March, RaeJean Gardner. Afro-American Club, Crisas Afro-American Club officers: Carmelo Calderon, pastor, Sharon Williams, secretary, Henderson Patrick, president, Cassanda Draggon, treasurer. Not shown: Jennifer White, vice-president. "CFiISAS" stands for Canvassing Results in Souls and Scholarships, better known as literature evange- lism. Canvassing is more than working for money. lt is the student's opportunity to serve man, the supreme reward being the saving of souls. The hope and aim of CRISAS is to convey the true meaning and joys of colporteuring to students and faculty, to attract and train potential colporteurs. Canvassing produces students who, after return- ing to school, can share their experiences and spark new interests. Colporteur Club officers: Rob Van- deman, program chairmang L. Audrey Barnes, secretary, Orrie Bell, president, Elder John Kerbs, sponsor, Wayne Nazarenus, recruit- ing chairman, Sue Staples, public relations secretary, Rich Carlson, vice-president. The Afro-American Club is one of Union's newest clubs. lt was organized to foster spiritual, academic and cultural interaction and enlightenment among all students. The club serves as a medium through which expression and development of Afro-American ideas and virtues can be developed. ln pursuance of its stated objectives and purpose for existence, the club sponsored many social activi- ties and a few programs, including a talent program called "This is My Country," and Black History Week. Kappa Theta brings girls closer together each week. Officers, chosen each semester, plan club meetings for relaxation and fun as well as culturally enriching each girls life. Kappa Theta provides an opportunity for not only leadership but also participation. The Talent Show, an annual program rewards the best talent of each floor represented with a trophy. Kappa Theta is a reflection of you. Kappa Theta, International Club Kappa Theta Officers: Carole Roberts, Jan Hanson, Pam Becker Janell Mackie, president, Marge Devnich, Beckie Jones. Kappa Theta Officers, second semester: Cassandra Draggon, Sandy Frick, president: Elaine Hagelgantz, Janice Page, Sharon Rose Scheller. The International Club is a campus organization which promotes friendship and better understanding between the various countries represented at Union College. The club officers are: Sherry Read, vice- president, Jane Aoyagi, secretary, Gordon Doss, pres- ident, Bob Cummings, treasurer, Chris Ishii, pastor, Donna Gay, program chairman, Veronica Roach, banquet director, Dr. L. Downing, sponsor. MV-Officers FIRST ROW: Lyle Davis, Servicemenis Committee, Gordon Doss Community Service, Dan McMilIen, Religious Liberty, Janet Webb, Student to Student, SECOND ROW: Chip Morgan, Programming' Floy Orr, Treasurer, Jerry Moon, Broadcasting. 1 r L i l if I ffl. ' I 5 Nil yeah, It dw? M Janeli Mackie, Publicity, Dr. Colvin, Sponsor, Connie Jo Gerst, Temperance, Delmar Aitken, Leader, Jeanice Wehling. Secretary, Fred Wier, Student Missionary. UNION FOR CHRIST was directed this year by Delmar Aitken, supported by the active staff of leaders, each responsible for a single religious activity. What vvould Friday evenings have been if there was no meeting to attend, or if a Master Guide Club never existed? What about the Listen magazine that faithfully appeared every vveek? Wasn't it good too, that members of our student body were serving in overseas missions because we sent them out under the Student Missionary program? Union for Christ has meant an involvement of all students in making Union College a dynamic Christian school. Holding high our religious standards, we sought 'tThe Second Touch." Dale Rowland and Marge Devnich, Hi Point, Dorthy Gay, Master Guide, Ed Wagner, Music, Nathan Schilt, Probe. lVl.V.-Student Involvement ,el 5, S "Let your light so shine before men." The stu- dents of Union answered this commission through many activities. Torch light prayer bands, sing- alongs, discussion groups and sunshine bands. Each served a need which was felt as the students carried on their load of school work. lVlV-Student Missionaries Ftuthita Jensen 1 Qs Faye Poore Q? :fr 'V Bonds of friendship extend around the world- bonds of understanding between cultures-bonds which fulfill a crying need for a better life-bonds made stronger by the love of Christ-bonds depen- dent on the willing hands and cheerful giving of campus youth-bonds made possible by the student missionary program. Presently, Ftuthita Jensen is serv- ing in the army of Christ in Vietnamese orphanages. Others, having returned to campus, are sharing the broader view of life they observed. Helmer Heghesan in Peru, Faye Poore in Ethiopia, and Lynda Kostenko in Liberia, found both high adventure and sobering challenges in traveling, in adapting to new cultures, in tasting new foods, in understanding different lan- guages, in facing discouragements, in fighting poverty and disease, in loving those who seemed indifferent, in accepting responsibilities, but most of all, in making a success out of an experience which would have been a failure without God. Union is now preparing to send to Indonesia Ken Downing and to Honduras Con- nie Jo Gerst. Connie Jo Gerst Ken Downing A special 5-day Stop Smoking Clinic was conducted for the students of the University of Nebraska on February 8-12. This Union College sponsored program drew over 175 people. The first steps were made toward this clinic when the Phi lVlu Sorority asked Ervin Furne to have a Smoking Sam demonstration at one of their joint men and women parties. From this Contact more interest developed and many expressed their de- sire to stop smoking. Ed Christian, chaplain of Porter Memorial Hospital in Denver, was the main personality in presenting the program. To pro- mote the 5-day Clinic several Union College students voluntarily operated a stop-smoking dis- play at the Nebraska Student Union. MV-Temperance 'hip s tr Miss Nebraska was the featured guest at this year's annual Temper- ance Banquet. my ,wsu W - V ta! -- CHURCH CELEBRA TES 75th ANNIVERSARY The College View S.D.A. Church celebrated its 75th anniversary this fall. The special weekend activ- ities included a re-dedication service on Sabbath afternoon and a pageant in the evening portraying some of the memorable events of the church's history. Elder IVI. D. Hannah has resumed his pastoral duties after completing his graduate studies at An- drews Iast summer. Although Pastor Roger lVlc- Quistan has previously been connected with the youth programs, he has accepted additional general responsibilities this year. The new addition to the pastoral staff is Elder Walton Smith from Michigan. Pictured: M. D. Hannah, pastor, R. W. Fowler, R. McQuistan, and W. W. Smith, associate pastors. ' av' ff Photo Club-Radio Control Board The purpose of the photography club is to help ments to take picturesg they also take pictures on its members take better pictures and improve their field trips and compare results. Officers: Jane Aoyagig technique. They have set up a darkroom to develop Fred VVierg Richard Pierceg Sam Reinholtz sponsor. their own pictures. The members have regular assign- mv. A -af The Radio Control Board defines the duties of KUCV radio station. lt interprets radio policy and re- views the programs. The board is responsible for a good working climate, and for direction of the station's growth. lt is the arbitrater of all problems concerning the station's operation, and is responsible that KUCV reflects appropriate image to the community. Members: Arthur Hauckg Robert Robinsong Ron Tetzg Opal Hagel- gantzg Glenn Davenportg Robert Murray. Sabbath School The college Sabbath School gives the students a chance to actively participate. All of the officers and most of the teachers are students. Every person is given a chance to take part in the discussion groups which study the lesson for the vveek. The officers plan the programs and Sabbath School-sponsored activities. One of these activities was S.O.S., Stop Our Shivers, a drive to collect winter clothing for the needy children of Lincoln. Sabbath School Leaders: lAbovel Paul Betlinski: Elaine Hagel- gantz: Ken Downing: Dr. Thayer. Sponsor: Tom Sutton. fLeftl Ken Dovvningg Jan l-lansong Carol Thurber: Don James. .S - l . - x First semester officers: Bruce Aalborg, president: Lynden Kurtz, Larry Christensen. Second semester officers: Rob Baptist, president: Harry Flemmerg John Segebarttg Gordon Gates, Dave Burishkin. ,,,,, M!! Vbf Sigma Iota Kappa The Sigma Iota Kappa, Union's lVlen's Club, was headed this year by Bruce Aalborg, first se- mester president, and Robert Baptist, second se- mester president. The club sponsors various types of entertain- ment such as movies, sports exhibitions, basket- ball tournaments, and informal dinners, besides working in conjunction with the Associated Stu- dent Body and Kappa Theta for larger school func- tions. tt Student Senate Wu THE STUDENT VOICE The Student Senate is the student voice of Union College. Any studentls opinions may be brought be- fore the senate by one of the senators. Their respon- sibilities include the Associated Student Body budget as well as various issues of student concern. This year the senate has been especially activeg and one of its accomplishments was laying the groundwork forthe new student center. The Student-Staff Council hopes to create better under- standing and cooperation between the students and staff. The council endeavors to solve problems concerning such things as student activities and dorm policies, and encourages sug- gestions from the students and staff. Pictured: Brenda Peter- son, Wayne Nielsen, Jennifer Zeelau, Barb Alway, Dean Achord, Arla Stutzman, Randi Malone, Ed Kelly, Dean Ftemley, Dean lVlcClain. N SECOND SEMESTER: SKI CLUB An all night trip for thirty Union College students was climaxed with a view of "perfect slopes" as the bus pulled into Winter Park, Colorado. The following three days were filled with wholesome fung sunny, warm weather, burned faces, meeting new friends, and passing the time with old ones, the thrill of seeing a ski slope slip away from under you as trees whirled by and the valley rose to meet you. Even those who claimed beginners status had a t'great" time. The time to leave brought with it an unpleasant fall of sticky snow making the departure a little easier. Back to books, teachers, deans, and work. ' 'A ,Q PM l' Studies ofthe Time ' ,IZ . 4' . Q I 9 .9 0.03 , ' ' A U H O 5 ! ' "x 9 fs" -r-"f ,f 4' g q 0 af -' -B r," 1 uf as X A 5- v. .axe , :'0.0.s 1 - I 4- 5 . ' .I -1 J ' 0 Q ' Qt-. .Q P. .0 . . ' C H ' J ' X' fi!! IQ' 1' 0 i ax -'- . s , .. X .... Q-3--lg.-3 - . 31 .- X X A """"'s-' ' ' 4 A X 'Riggs-Q Q ' 'JI' '. ' 't VN, S F-55 A. qv .S Q Fr' s 95 if .5 .xg I . ifflxls Q s',-"! j . X.. Qj':l'T' ' Q' ,- T' x.:"--f 4 J ilrx 3 Administration "Union College is a name that is dear to the hearts of many at home and in far-off places. lt represents the best in Christian Educationg it stands for dedication to the service of God wherever the need may ariseg it educates students who care about the wants and sor- rows of othersg it provides an atmosphere of friendship and fellowshipg it is your college. Union, the College ofthe Golden Cords." R. W. Fowler, Ph.D. President Administration "Students, teachers, budgets, reports, schedules, problems, conflicts, innovations, deadlines, bulletins, curricula committees, minutes, conferences, all help to make up the collage that is the academic scene at Union College. The epicenter of the transforma- tion taking place in higher education today is and should remain the welfare of the individual student." N. W. Rowland, Ph.D. Academic Dean I . "' ' . . ..., W" ' "'.1 --:- - -.is qClI900"'1 K Q5 -i 4' Y w s tts ' .Ns-,,.....c '+.'...- .- ,M k . - --+A-'MW ' ' SECRETARY T0 THE DEAN Nora Williams, Secretary to the Dean, Bonnie Davenport, Secretary to the President. Administration sal' "We admit all we can. We graduate all we can. We help all we can in between. The records we keep are yours, given us by your advisers and teachers. We hope always to use them for your best good." L. W. Welch, Ph.D. Registrar Anita Keith Marie Anderson Assistant Registrar Graduation Advisgr Data Processing Union's Computer Center is on the move! The Univac 9200, Model ll, System has been installed which includes two keypunches with memory. This has brought new jobs to the Centerg namely, Accounts Payable, the payroll for a local firm, and the billing system for the Home Health Education Service. Student interest has increased, which has doubled the enrollment in Computer Science courses. This has led to the addition of a Computer Science Minor for the 1970-71 school year. The offices of research serves to coordinate re- search carried out by administrative offices, student and faculty committees, and various academic de- partments. Recent areas ot emphasis have included studies concerning college enrollment, institutional effectiveness, follow-up of alumni, characteristics of current students, and attitudes concerning institutional policies. Jerry Thayer Asst. Professor of Education 6 College Relations 'lCollege Relations is involved in the Collegiate whirl of activities with a finger on the pulsating throb of communications which creates a universal image throughout the area where the Golden Cords reigns- C.R. can be characterized as a modern-day challenge, an always present demand, needing undaunted cour- age." G. Glenn Davenport Director of College Relations . I' 1 'S if X 4 'W W Iliff, LllNLOi.,N 55 LXR Sw 14 A M ... 1 , vw-H W fr , ,, f ,,,, ,, . , ,, , r 4 ii' t Q C , ' , 1 rr A ' HM f YW' 'MW' 't' CW 'W ,krr r 2.-pt,. ,f' Administration "Advising, counseling, committees, discipline, extracurricular activities, food service, foreign student affairs, health service, new-student orien- tation, placement, parking, student conduct, stu- dent housing, selective service,-its rewards. lt is, indeed, a privilege and a pleasure to associate with the students of Union College. lVlay God richly bless each one of you as you continue your education." Dean lVlcClain, lVl.A. Dean of Student Affairs f l "Student counselling at Union College in- volves a broad segment of the staff. Individual teachers spend many hours in personal guid- ance of students as problems arise. Co-operative effort among such persons and agencies as the Health Service, the residence hall deans, the re- ligion faculty and others has developed an aware- ness of student needs spiritually, socially, eco- nomically and physically. Referrals to the coun- selling and testing service are made when stu- dents need more than casual help. Two innova- tions this year have been Dean Achord's evening study counselling hour involving a score of con- cerned faculty members. The second has been Miss Pearl Hall's program of foreign student counselling, a service unique among our SDA colleges." , Laurence Downing, Ed.D. Director of Counselling Services Administration "The Business Office expects to bill, collect and account for over four million dollars this year. lt is di- rectly concerned with the operation of the physical plant and the college industries. Progress toward further computerization of record keeping and more complete accounting for the industrial enterprises is being planned." Robert Robinson, M.B.A. Business Manager 'Y' Roy Crawford, Assistant Business Manager Robert Robinson, Business Manager Wi1 "Our work in the Accounting office touches all segments of life at Union College. Students look to us as a little bank to cash or deposit checks from home. However we are responsible for all accounting functions on campus. Such as preparing student bills, student and faculty payroll, and payment of all bills incurred in the operating of Union College. Once each month a fifty page operating statement is pre- pared. Seven full time plus seven student workers cooperate in this work." v. F. rviayer, B.A. Assistant Business Manager and Treasurer 2 3 3 l If! an--.Q..,,s, Howard J. Cash Accountant Administration Hugh M. Coy Accountant 4 "Prescott Hall, our home away from home, a place that is planned with the student in mind. Even though we have all the features to make it a lovely dormitory it still takes people to make a home. Our hope is that you will look at the Men of Prescott Hall and say, "They have strived for Christian living." May it be said we have come from a Christian Home." Robert L. Britain, B.A. Dean of lVlen Prescott Hall "For the first time in her long history South Hall houses only freshman stu- dents. Counseling and tutorial pro- grams have been initiated to assist the students during their first year in col- lege. Fourteen faculty members, chosen by the students, are visiting in South Hall on a regular basis." Kiff Achord, B.A. Dean of Men South Hall Q 0 , Hilda Fern Remley, B.A. Dean of Women Administration "Rees Hall deans and their staff have as their objective the pro- vision of an environment in which each young lady is encouraged to develop her own spiritual, personal, and academic potential. Evening convocation periods, short morning devotionals con- ducted in various lounges, an active dorm club, organ medita- tions, exercise clubs-these and other factors provide an oppor- tunity for the formation of positive attitudes and values of eternal significance." Hilda Fern Remley Dean of Women E. Genevieve Dickerson Assistant Dean of Women i Q. lvl Virginia Baker V V f V, Assistant Dean j J ,V of Women As an added service to the students, the book- store stayed open noons on weekdays and until 12:00 noon on Sundays. lt was an indispensable source of books, paper, and other school supplies. To those who had a hard time stretching their allowance, it also sold pictures, records, cards, posters, candy and clothing for the convenience of the students and fac- ulty. Our Food Service was considered, most often un- consciously, the most important service on campus. It provided our regular meals, which ranked tops in quality and attractiveness. The dining room was a very pleasant place in which to socialize as we ate. This service provided committee and banquet facilities, also a well-used snack bar. One of the nicest of its features was the once-a-month buffet dinner. Mr. Ben- nett Chilson is the director, aided by thirteen adult workers and seventy-five students. 1' The Capital City Book Bindery, located in the basement of the Industrial Complex, employed approx- imately thirty-five college students and four full-time workers. The manager, lVlr. F. L. Surdal, and Mr. George Friesen, the foreman, skillfully guided their workers in binding and rebinding books of all types, shapes, and sizes. Lincoln Broom Works has a large output of two main products-brooms and wet-mops. The shop sup- plies the college, but the majority of sales are off cam- pus. The manager, lVlr. Dan Olderbak, employs two foremen, eight full-time workers, and approximately sixty students. lVlr. D. W. Goble, superintendent of the Grounds Department, has a crew of seven students. Typified by their little yellow "bugs" they cleaned sidewalks, raked leaves, trimmed trees and cut grass. Faithfully they worked to keep Union beautiful. Q The Union College Laundry serves as one of the most appreciated and as one essential service on campus. lt provides dry cleaning and laundry services for the campus residence and pick-up and delivery service for the community and city. The manager is lVlr. G. W. Lewis employing twelve full-time workers and eight students. The Custodial Department has the job of keeping our building clean. Anytime, morning or evening, faith- ful workers were seen sweeping and buffing the floors, and collecting garbage. lVlr. Walter Schram is the su- perintendent of this service. College Furniture Manufacturers, managed by lvlr. I. McPherson, is nationwide in its influence. They em- ploy over fifty students and thirty full-time workers. From their shop comes dining room and bedroom sets, chests and many other types of case goods. JF? Our campus is kept in good repair by the main- tenance department, superintended by lVlr. Don Smith. There are eight to ten students and one full-time worker employed in this department. They are respon- sible for all carpentry and painting needs. The duties of the Power Plant range from plumb- ing needs to giving fire drills. They make sure that we don't freeze when the cold weather hits. They attempt to cool us off in 'thot" weather. They provide electri- cal services and never leave us in the dark. lVlr. S. Reinhotz is superintendent of this department and he employs five full-time workers and twelve students. 142- .5 . '- s + k f, - . The College Press is another industry providing employment for approximately twenty students. They do much off campus work and also most of the print- ing for campus needs. lVlr. J. D. Anderson is the man- ager. lvlr. Goble is in charge of the Campus Security. Student officers regulate parking facilities, take peri- odic building checks, and police the entire campus. Agriculture, Audio-Visual "The Agricultural Department is here for the convenience of those students who want to attend a Christian college and still get a sound training in Scientific Agriculture. By attending Union College for two years they are able to acquire their general education courses and get a taste of agricultural subjects by taking 16 hours of work on this campus. Then by the use of our affiliation with the University of Nebraska they are able to get all their upper division work. These credits can then be transferred back to Union Col lege and the student can graduate with a B.S. de gree in Agriculture." Lee lvlinium, MS. Agriculture and Audio- Visual is "Closed circuit Television significantly improves and enriches the quality of classes by supplying video-tapes and production of special programs. Sev- eral hundred lesson supplements and six complete courses are available for use by the teacher. Public speaking, practice teaching, delivery of sermons are improved by letting the speaker hear and view him- self. Use of television will grow and provide video dynamics at Union." Ronald Tetz, B.S. Instructional Television Co-ordinator Biology Walter Page Keith Turner Professor of Biology Professor of Biology Douglas Eddleman Gilbert G. McMillan Department Chairman Professor of Biology "The Department of Biological Science is dedicated to the systematic presentation of nat- ural phenomena characteristic of living things. Our majors become teachers, physicians, nurses, and other professional specialists. Non-majors who explore this field are exposed to recent sci- entific developments and principles which have significant sociological implications for our cul- ture. This contact helps them in understanding and accepting the ever-changing society in which we live." C. Douglas Eddleman, M.A. Biology Biology " 'Ants'?'-a question in a young boy's mind. Biology, a study wherein he can find some of the answers to his questions, is now a key to help me probe deeper into the marvels of nature." Darwin Johnson Biology Major Business Administration "The Business Department has provided me with a well rounded education. All phases of busi- ness have been opened for inspection. The teach- ers have been willing to help with scholastic as well as personal problems." Myrtle Borton Business Administration Major Don Jacobs Robert Kappel Tom Werner DepartmentChairman Assistant Professor of Busi- Instructor in Business Ad- ness Administration ministration Not pictured James McArthur Special Lecturer in Business Ad ministration Ed Eivins Instructor in Business Admini stration Business Administration "The challenge and opportunities of a business career are greater today than at any time in American history and the history of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. The years ahead look even more promising. The Department of Business and Economics of Union College is cognizant of this and anticipates meeting the future with the satisfaction that its majors will be prepared for fruitful future service." Don Jacobs, lVl.A. Department of Business Chairman .gs Administrative Management Society officers: Myrtle Borton, Secretary-Treasurer: Larry Dodds, Presidentg Wesley Quale, Vice- president and Mr. Jacobs and Mr. Werner, Sponsors. Education and Psychology l "-Teaching is sharing. Sharing the knowledge and experiences one has gained in a lifetime with another. -Sharing with a person who will in turn serve his fellow man. -The rewards?-Unlimited." Glenda March Elementary Education Major 1 George P. Stone Benjamin E. Bandiola Department Chairman Professor of Education . . g Gerald F. Colvin G. Glenn Davenport Autumn H. Miller Assistant Professor of Edu- Assistant Professor of Edu- Associate Professor of Edu- cation cation cation Not pictured Jerome D. Thayer Assistant Professor of Education Melvin E. Wolford Professor of Education Education 8l Psychology "Our goals are multiphasic. In teacher train- ing we desire to provide a continuously evaluated program of professional education which will en- able young men and women to serve the church and community in educational leadership. Psy- chology courses are designed to help students E E factory human relationships and personality de- velopmentf' George P. Stone, Ed.D. Department Chairman Adventist Education Association: Melvin E. Wolford, Sponsorg Vonnie Kerr, Presidentg Glenda March, Secretary- Trea- surerg Valerie Calkins, Vice-presidentg Not pictured: Glen Wintermeyer, Public Flelations. gain techniques and understandings for satis- English 1 "To develop a sensitivity for life, the English Department offered literature and writing courses for all students. For those wanting to pursue graduate study, appropriate courses were given. For those desiring to teach in secondary schools, a teaching major was offered. For those enjoying creativity, the Literary Club was available." Opal S. Hagelgantz, Ed.D. English Department Chairman Literary Club: Jackie Reiboldt, Publicity Secretary: Jolene Lang, Vice-Presidentg Lynnet Reiner, Presidentg Glenda Rice Public Relations Secretaryg Kelly Killion, Business Manager: and Opal Hagelgantz and Thomas Nlunroe, Sponsors. Opal Hagelgantz Department Chairman Bruce Ronk Assistant Professor of Eng- Iish f V rrrrrri Eng I ish Betty Jochmans Thomas Munroe Wil'-iam Rankin Instructor in English Instructor in English Assistant Professor of Eng- Iish Not pictured "Studying the time-honored classics, the I reflective, romantic poems of the 19th century, Jaye F'ke and the starkly realistic essays of here and Instructor Victor Griffiths Assistant Professor of Eng- Iish now has broadened my self-realization and understanding of human nature and allowed me to appreciate Pope's eloquent goal for all students- "Know then thyself, presume not God to scang The proper study of mankind is man." Peggy O'Brien English Major 4 Fine Arts t'This year has seen the joining together of the former departments of music and art into a new department, the Department of Fine Arts. Our purposes remain the same: to provide oppor- tunities for the college student to discover and develop creative, interpretive, and perceptual abili- ties in art and music and to relate the fine arts historically to a heritage of changing values and style that we call 'culture' " Ftobert Murray, M.Mus. Fine Arts Department Chairman Lanny Collins Naomi Jungling Instructor in Music Instructor in Music l Dan Shultz O. L. Shupe Band Director Instructor in Music Opal Miller Associate Professor of Mu- sic E. U. Testerman Associate Professor of Mu- sic Lawrence Pitcher Instructor in Art Not Pictured Flobert Walters Assistant Professor of Mu sic Fine Arts On the evening of November 22, 1969, the Union College Concert Winds, under the direction of Mr. Dan IVI. Schultz, performed their first con- cert forthe 1969-70 concert season. The fifty-mem- ber group was attired in full concert dress which included tuxedoes. ln addition to the on-campus performances the concert band toured Colorado from February 26 to March 1 and made their ninth consecutive appearance at the Nebraska State Penitentiary. ln a letter to lVlr. Schultz, the associate warden re- marked" . . . that the response shown by the in- mates was possibly the best that has ever been shown to any group performing in our institution." The band's final concert on the evening of lvlay 2 featured a nationally famous soloist. Throughout the year the Concert Winds presented a total of twelve performances. The band officers were: Randi Malone, presi- dentg Karen Affolter, vice-presidentg Linda Smith, secretaryg Sam Cole, treasurer, Sharon Scheller, publicity directorg Dennis Hilliard and Butch Wil- son, equipment managersg Carla Hanson and Butch Wilson, librarians. Stephen Ward was the student conductor for the year. -Q- S Fine Arts . Q, Concert Orchestra This year the 55-member Union College Concert Orchestra, under the direction of Robert Walters, toured in the Northern Union. In addition, this large musical organization also made several on-campus performances including a special concert in recogni- tion of Beethoven's birthday. The Chamber Consort accompanied the Unionaires on the Bahamas tour. Chamber Consort Fine Arts Unionaires The Unionaires, Union's exclusive choral organiza- tion, toured in the Bahamas from March 24 to April 1. The twenty-three singers performed in a large evan- gelistic crusade in Nassau. ln addition, they presented a concert in Nassau's Garfunkle Auditorium. Once a month the Unionaires assist with the worship service in the College View Seventh-day Adventist church. The group has also performed locally for clubs and conventions and traveled to various academies. The Golden Chords Chorale also contributes to the College View church service. At Christmas the chorale and the Unionaires combined to present a section of l-landelts Messiah. Golden Chords Chorale Fine Arts The present art program includes four Art Under- standing courses a year. A new development in these courses is to allow students to work with real art materials. Elementary Arts is a course designed to help teachers in their need to teach art in school. Basic courses in drawing, design painting, and art history are offered each year. Perhaps the course that has been most exciting is sculpture. This course requires three projects a semester: an abstract, a semi- abstract figure, and a realistic head using a live model. A second course deals with spacial problems working with cardboard, wire, and wood. Ceramics and a new course called Creativity have also been added. The major purpose of the art program is to develop within the student a sensitivity to beautiful things-both man- made and natural. s"'v Kat? 'Ivan Fine Arts 5 E QL QR f S History and Sociology Nwdiggr sugpggr, if "The aims and objectives of the History and Sociology Department are based on a Christian under- standing of the education of the whole man. Without a philosophy of life that looks forward to the great consummation, Christ's Second Coming, the study of man and of his achievements would be fruitless. In a world of confusion and doubt the department intro- duces the student to the eternal values of the ages." George Thomson, Ph.D. History Department Chairman t'With the well educated and experienced teach ing staff in the History Department Union College of fers the student a great opportunity to study in that particular field." Terry Verlo History Major me-MW-M George Thomson Department Chairman Everett Dick Ft e s e a r c h Professor of American History Jean Ballow Instructor in Social Welfare Arthur Hirsch Assistant Professor of So- ciology History St Sociology E. B. Christie Assistant Professor of His- tory Cedric C. Ward Assistant Professor of His- tory if Home Economics 'tThe two main objectives of home economics in higher education is to train professionals who will be of service to families, and secondly, to de- velop the attitudes and the patterns of conduct which will enable a student to function effectively as an individual, as a member of the family unit and as a citizen." Anne S. Dunn, M.S. Home Economics Chairman S 'U' RNNK .ww-we-U""""" Home Economics Club: Debbie Rodman, Treasurer: Karlene Allen, Vice Presidentg Mary Miller, President, Not Pictured: Debbie Baugher, Secretaryg Miss Kutschara, Sponsor. Home Economics Z' ffih . Anne D- Dunn U Bennett D. Chil30l'1 Mary Louise Kutschara Marilyn Neumiller Department Chalfman lf1SffUCi0f in HOFUG Eco- Assistant P r o fe s s o r of Instructor in Home Eco- nomics Home Economics nomics I A M lv i "Home Economics is much more than W ! Wi A 7 Wt, t 1 'S cooking and sewing. lt has helped me in my X ' V encounters with other people. Our relation- if fl i ship with other people is the most valuable 'Y' than n H m E n mi S hasta ht swf 3, fx, gwe ave. o e coo c ug , ,lg if it' ff' me practicality and resourcefulness. l have , Q ' discovered creativeness I didn't realize I wg ,fr s 3 had." D - g " Elaine Hagelgantz .i if Home Economics Major V 4 Library Hln an attempt to keep step with educational trends, Union College Library is increasing its holdings to in- clude various types of media. The library science minor is attracting students who desire to qualify as media specialists. We are happy to note the increased use of Educational Materials Center by both students and staff." Floda W. Smith, IVl.S. Library Department Chairman Library "lt is my belief and experience that effective use of the library has its beginning in the appreciating and understand- ing of books and their importance in onels academic and per- sonal life. Library science has given me a full picture of the organization, arrangement, and usefulness of library materials." Mary Lou Johnson Library Science Minor Floda Smith Department Chairman Chloe Foutz Alice Fowler Gertrude Huygens DeForest Nesmith Assistant Professor of Li- Assistant Librarian Associate Professor of Li- Assistant Librarian brary Science brary Science Mathematics "The mathematics department consists of two full-time instructors, Mr. Melvin Baker and Mr. Earl Leonhardt, and four part-time instructors, Mr. E. Ogden of the mathematics department and Mr. Donald Russell, Mr. Kenneth Spaulding, and Mr. M. Sprengle of the physical science depart- ment. A course, Number Theory, was added this year and next year, History of Mathematics, and Numerical Analysis will be added." Earl A. Leonhardt, Ph.D. Mathematics Department Chairman Melvin Baker, Edwin B. Ogden Donald J, Russell Assistant P r 0 f e S S O f OT Professor of Mathem-BUGS Instructor in Mathematics Mathematics "Mathematics develops logical thought pro- cesses in an individual that can be applied to all aspects of life. The logic that is developed by mathematical problem solving is useful in solving other problems of life although one may not see the use of the math problem itselffl LeRoy Kirschbaum Mathematics Major Modern Language Department 32. Robert Jochmans Pearl Hall DepartmentChairman Associate Professor of Ro mance Languages Not pictured Andre J. Rebsomen Instructor in Modern Lan- guage "Three languages are taught in the Modern Language Department: French, German, and Spanish. Emphasis is put on the production of the language rather than translation. A major is offered in French and Spanish and a minor in the three languages. The department is also affiliated with the ADVENTIST COLLEGES ABROAD which offers the possibility to perfect language efficiency in the native country." Robert P. Jochmans, Ph.D. Modern Language Department Chairman "The aim of the department is to enable the student to read, write, and speak the language moderately well. It gives me an insight into the thoughts, ideals, and customs of the people of other countries, and a foundation that will aid me in foreign travel and researchf' Jerry Beck German Major Nursing a R .Me E 5 E 3 iw W ,LL, M... guy 4 '::" 'g yms-qq.,,..,, ,. . R six l r., . 'E14s219ir?Jig f I ' "The purpose of the Dept. of Nursing on the Lincoln campus, as I see it, is to make available to the student the information necessary for an intelligent career choice in accordance with his or her ability and in- terest. For the student who chooses nursing as a ca- reer, guidance and encouragement are offered to help them lay a firm scholastic, psychological and emotional foundation on which to build a career for real Christian service either in the homeland or in the mission field." Dorothy Russell Instructor in Nursing Nursing Club officers: Penny Hansen, Publicity Secretary, Cassandra Draggon, Religious Vice-president, Denise March President-elect, Judy Gerst, Social Vice-presidentg Gail Martin, Secretary, Shirley Tachenko, President, and Lyndon Juhl, Treasurer. Pills and needles, appointments and doctors went together with being sick, catching a cold, having a typhoid shot, in bed with the mumps, etc. The school nurse, Mrs. Melvin Johnson, and her associates are dedicated to keeping all of us in good physical health. A special "thank-you" is their's from all those who sought help from them. Nursing "A graduate of the program is prepared to become a general practitioner in professional nursing, to function in an interdisciplinary group concerned with patient welfare and to assume leadership of the clinical nurs- ing team. She is prepared to participate in the advance- ment of the nursing profession and, in general, be- come contributing member of society." Mrs. Hazel Rice, Chairman ' Department of Nursing an W Marquerite Casper Gail Feimer Elizabeth Hill Shirley Jose Assistant Professor of Instructor in Nursing Instructor in Nursing Instructor in Nursing 93' ! I Z f i Betty Pannabecker Hazel Rice Setsuko Takeno Elsie Warden Assistant Professor of Chairman Department of Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing Not Pictured: Dorothy Giacomozzi Assistant Professor of Nursing 'tTo me, nursing is not only a profession, but a whole way of life-a way of thinking. It is the means which God has given me in which I can best serve Him and my fellow man within the scope of my own particular talents." Claudia Schulz Senior Nursing Student Nursing Z. S Jim Bock r"--.. ""igv,f,Q 'Lynette Avey Ruth Spear X ,A - FY L, wg. -r g MN 5 In Sy as may Q, Q , QE Xw iii X an if ,A J N' is'-f ff K sf MN ..w.................., 5 . , . K . 'xr U wah . Q X Sf. ,-. x Qs- 5- K + X 9 3 x X x X X X xX X X . . . - if .N Qmwmmw, YH' I 4 Physical Education "The Department of P h y s i c al Education serves primarily two purposes as a part of Union College. Professionally the department is attempt- ing to train a service program to the general edu- cation student whereby he can not only learn about the psychological, mechanical, and socio- logical factors affecting exercise and sport, but via the service class and the intramural program, experience them personally." Wayne Fleming, Ph.D. Physical Education Department Chairman 2 iw 1 nm K ,fm M 'Wu "ln the balance individual is the development of the physical, mental, and spiritual capacities. ln physical edu- cation, unlike many fields, l, as a teacher, will have the privilege of developing all three aspects." Linda Haas Physical Education Major Physical Education "Physical education has for some time been in the back seat, so to speak, of educational cur- riculum. l feel that it is our goal as physical edu- catorsjto bring physical education to the fore- front, and in a broad sense help improve America through a healthier and happier population." Dave Bowers Physical Education Major Not pictured Wayne Fleming Department Chairman Mable Erickson Instructor in Physical Education Don Moon Assistant Professor of Physical Education Eileen Moon instructor in Physical Education 44 Physical Science Www fe Z u H U .I :H Pre-Med Club officers: Fred Wier, Delmar Aitken, Sherry Read, Chairmen: Dr. Evard, Sponsor "Chemistry includes the essential laws of living organisms, as well as processes that occur daily without which man could not live. lt is of value to me to understand these processes and to help others understand the importance of these processes. Through chemistry I can begin to un- derstand God's miraculous laws formed at cre- ation." Dave Swenson Chemistry Major Rene Evard Department Chairman Don Russell instructor in Physics Wiley Austin Assistant P rofessor of Chemistry K. D. Spaulding Assistant Professor of Physics Physical Science "The most significant event of this school year has been the consolidation of the chemistry and the physics departments into the physical science department. This administrative change was made in order to bring the science program at Union College more in line with the overall objectives of the school. A course in computer programming, Fortran, is now part of the curriculum for Chemistry majors." Rene Evard, Ph.D. Physical Science Department Chairman Merton E. Sprengel Assistant Professor of Chemistry 14 46 Physical Science X , Q High- c . f-.wi . Religion "Religion is a most important field of study because of its personal, practical, and eternal scope. At Union I have found that there are more important things than high grades and memorized answers. Identity and relevance find themselves in the study of God's Word." Jerry Austin Religion Major Ministerial Wives Auxiliary officers: Donna Doss, Social Vice-president, Pat Vaughn, Project Secretary, Sherry Watts, Publicity Secre- tary, Kathy McKey, President, Beth Fisher, Treasurer and Mrs. Gane, Sponsor. 48 Religion Department ' The Religion Department has purposed to make religion more relevant to each student as he endeavors to solve the problems that face him day by day. Our goal is not alone to transmit religious information but to help each of our students trans- late what he learns into a meaningful relationship with God and his fellow man. Roy Harris, BD. Religion Acting Chairman ii' l z 2 a i l ' aw 3 l E s - l l , Religion 5 X is Q. Roy Harris John Kerbs Peter Luna James Melancon Department Chairman Instructor in Religion instructor in Religion Instructor in Religion N0t pictured Not pictured Floyd BFGSGG Erwin Gang Associate Professor Of Religion Assistant Professor of Religion -ll..-.,.,1' bfi, ,M in Quang Ministerial Club officers: Duane McKee, President, Mel Fisher, Public Relations Secretaryg Tim Garrison, Radio Coordinator, Bob Reynolds, Vice-presidentg Jerry Finneman, Chaplain, Lyle Davis, Newsletter Editor, Gordon Doss, Music Director, Ron Vaughn, Trea- surer and Elder Melancon, Sponsor. gf .pu-. I4 Secretarial Science 'Secretarial Science Department goals are to prepare efficient executive secretaries, medical secretaries, clerical workers, and business educa- tion teachers. To achieve these goals four pro- grams are available. The dream of every student is to be designated Miss Secretary or Business Teacher of the Year at the annual Pen Pushers Club banquet." Irma Minium, M.A. Secretarial Science Department Chairman 3 L Pen Pushers' Club officers: Marlene Waller, Publicity Chairmang Lorraine Flemmer, Vice-presidentq Rae Jean Gardiner Bulletin Board Chairmang Mrs. Bernelda Cash, Sponsorg Janice Renk, Presidentg Sylvia Greer, Secretary-Treasurer. 5 .-4 Secretarial Science "Through the efficient use of secretarial science I can fill a need in the business world. Irma Minium Department Chairman ffv- Madeleine Coy Instructor in Secretarial Science ,ff Marilyn Brown Assistant Professor of Sec- retarial Science LaVerne Hirsch Instructor in Secretarial Science However, my aim is for service within the de- nomination." Lin How Wilson Secretarial Science Major Bernelda Cash Instructor in Secretarial Science Ruth Rankin Instructor in Secretarial Science Speech 8t Communications "Consonant with the gist of the times this department has changed its name and broadened its base. Now known as the Department of Speech and Communication it offers a B.A. Major in Speech and minors in Speech, Communications, and Journalism. Students participate in the opera- tion of and production of programs for KUCV-FM and contribute regularly to the student paper, the Clock Tower." Arthur Hauck, M.A. Speech St Communications Chairman Arthur Hauck William Rankin Speech 81 Communications ASSlSt3l'1f P r 0 f e s s o r of Chairman Speech 8. Communication "To communicate is the beginning of under- standing. And the speech department has not only made me aware of this fact, but has chal- lenged me to be involved in communication at both of its approaches-questions and answers." Lowell Rideout Speech Minor Occupational Education Faculty FRONT ROW Elder Carl Strickland Dr Opal Hagelgantz Mrs. lrma Miniumg Mrs. Madeline Coyg Mr. Hugh Coyg Mrs. Hallie Sheets Mr Walter Sheets SECOND ROW Dr Laurence Downing Elder Eldon Christie, Dr. Wayne Fleming, Dean Kiff Achord, Mr. The newest venture scholastically at Union is the occupational education program designed for stu- dents-in-a-hurry. Two-year terminal programs with em- phasis on the practical are being offered for the sec- ond year. The first graduates in foods, automotive, electronics, and secretarial service will receive their diplomas in June with the academic degree graduates. Almost sixty were enrolled for various classes this past school year. Career-oriented classes were taught by Elder Leon Strickland, religion, Dr. Opal Hagel- gantz and Mrs. Hattie Achord, English, Mr. Eldon Christie, history, Dr. Wayne Fleming, physical educa- tion, Mr. Hugh Coy, Businessg Dean Kiff Achord, psy- chology. The technology programs' instructors includ- ed Mr. Segebartt, automotive mechanics, Mr. Walter Sheets, welding, Mrs. Elaine Sheets, Miss Ruth Whit- field, Mr. Bennett Chilson, foods, Mrs. Madeline Coy and Mrs. Irma Minium, secretarial, and Mr. Ron Tetz and Mr. Suhr, electronics. 4 Occupational Education-Automotive mechanics and Welding Most popular of the technology programs has been that of auto-mechanics. Over twenty young men have learned the intricacies of automotive construction and repair through classroom theory and practical experi- ence. Their service department has done almost twenty- thousand dollars worth of business during the year, largely by student help. Karl Segebartt Automotive Director Occupational Education-Electronics Technology T. Ronald Tetz Instructor in Electronics Today's world of electronics demands qualified technicians, capable of installing sophisticated de- vices and then having the ability to maintain them in optimum working condition. Knowledge of how to ac- complish this is the goal of the several young men en- rolled in the electronics program. Practical experience has been gained through on-campus maintenance of college electronics equipment. The first three gradu- ates will finish their training in June. is 'itil 55 fo Occupational Education-Foods Service Probably one of the most significant responsibili- ties of any institution that houses individuals is that of adequate, tasty and appetizing food preparation and service. The foods technology program is dedicated to the education of individuals vvho can accomplish just that. The entire class project ot catering for a ministerial retreat in the mountains of Colorado last fall was a high point in the current class experience. Bennett Chilson Hallie Sheets Foods Service Director Foods Service Instructor Occupational Education--Secretarial Science Madeline Coy Instructor in Secretarial Science Irma Minium Chairman Secretarial Science Under the competent supervision of Mrs. Hugh Coy, eighteen girls have mastered such di- verse techniques as typing flawless copy, answer- ing the telephone pleasantly, taking dictation and then transcribing it legibly, filing efficiently and speaking and writing correctly-at least, these have been their goals. The first students to com- plete their two-year programs will march with the seniors this June. ig is I f R. , " Q2 - 'J' -, ., T 9 - 55 ,Jw 5 ,Q - ' 211,--F gg, ' 61 . f T751 1153 5 ' ',i-f- 1' L-4: ,j. -,- ' 5 jg, . if X' .-.1'-:P-4 I ,I " J' .- 7' ' Z . 5 ,T -. ' .A -5 - :-I. 5.-2. ' 1 -2 -142 .11 f y - Fi, 11 .- X , fs , ' jar- 1 2 ' J A 7 . 44 if .-,Z , .I ' 'XX -'Q 1.39, 31-1 .' '. ' ., f Y 51: f -Q jp . U ,,. 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These seniors were judged outstanding for their scholarship, citizenship, leadership, and prom- ise of future success. Union College has honored its outstanding students in this way for nearly thirty years. Who's Who Dave Ferguson, Theology, Music wa .. ..Mm,W1 . . . H-N-ww-,......N..t Q-Q., , Y X ,.X..:N:.s: , . Beverly Hilliard, Mathematics Wk' m 645 A X Qt Lynda Kostenko, Chemistry w twve it kk Who's Who Curtis Wiitse, Mathematics Linda Sterling, Nursing Leonard Westermeyer, Physics 376+ ,fm -Hua Who's Who , , Q., ' , fy ,, ...MW Sharon Pogue, Home Economics ,af Y Dale Rowland, Biology 4 Summer Seniors L59 president Vice-President Sec.-Treasurer Pastor Bob Blehm John Koch Lorene Yackley Joel Caldwell Social Welfare Accounting Elementary Education Sociology 1 s E - P -4 Esther Allen Juanita Cox Elementary Education Secretarial Science Richard Kunau Carolyn Nelson Elementary Education Nursing Dolores Sanders Tom Scull Elementary Education Religion Elton Davenport Elementary Education Willard Phillips Elementary Education Reece Simerman Elementary Education Dena Holweger Elementary Education Lettie Russell Elementary Education Arlys Wittmier Elementary Education SUMMER SENIORS Kiff Achord, Sponsor f my "Eg, ,-e x ,iv f .1 A " ...LM Church fire sparks summer session. Summer Seniors Seniors Senior class officers: Nathan Schilt, sergeant-at-armsg Lyle Davis, pastor, Gerald Colvin, sponsorg Bev Hilliard, vice-presidentg Curtis Wiltze, presidentg Valerie Tackett, secretaryg Robert Britain, sponsorg Ron Howell, treasurer. V Y N , P , Delmar Aitkin Chemistry Lynette Avey Nursing Barbara Alway Social Welfare Sue Ballard Interior Design Robert Andrews Jerry Austin Jerilyn Armijo Nursing Religion English Carol Barker Audrey Barnes Dorthy Bascom Dietetics Business Administration Secretarial Science Seniors Ted Baugher Mathematics Jerry Beck German Orrie Bell Religion Anita Bennett Social Welfare Paul Betlinski Chemistry Juanita Bischoff Home Economics Ernest Booker Sociology, Bus. Admin Harvey Borton Mathematics Myrtle Borton Bus. Educ., Acct. Bruce Bottsford Sociology Dave Bowers Physical Education Helen Brock Nursing Judy Brodersen Physical Education Julia Brown Elementary Educ. 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Friesen Sandy Frick Lois Fulghum John W, Gates Everett Gooch Marvin Gottfried David Gregory Kathy Hanson ! iw S f A f 'iv f ff' 7,"' r , . ,v,, L ,, 1 4 Q We 1 1 X40 yi ,qwwwfx MM Juniors Russell H. Hanson Nellie Harris Ramona Harris Harlan Hettenbaugh Richard Hill Dave Hoffman Darrell Holtz Betty Hornbacher Nadine Jones Beckie Jones Gerald Juhl Richard Juhl Grace Keller Ralph Kerr Dennis Kiley Ralph Lawler David Lawrence Scott LeMert Lyndell Liebelt Peggy J. Liebelt Dennis Lund Gary Lund Janell Mackie Daisy Mao Kathy McKey Larry McMillen Everett Mohr Jerry Moon Cliff Morgan Bruce Naustdal Juniors Patricia Neubrander Johnny Ngal Shirlayne Niedens James Orr Elwyn Owen Karen Owen Janice Page Patrick Henderson Robert Peck Renae Plesuk Virgil Poleschook Allen Purkeypile Wesley Quale Maurea Rahming Phyllis J. 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Filmore Harlingen, Texas 78550 158 Ballard, Sue 213 Harrison Pueblo, Colorado 81005 166 Ballou, Jean lfac.J 130,131 Bandiola, Benjamin qfac,l 3803 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 120 Baptist, Robert Ross 509 Cypress Dr. Colo. Springs, Colo. 80911 56,84,97,125,181 Barber, Randy 2445 4th Street Boulder, Colorado 80302 175 Barker, Carol lNew Namel 166 Barker, Guy Alan RR 2 Liberal, Missouri 64762. 175 Barnes, L. Audrey R. 1, Box 146 Berea, Kentucky 40403 88,128,166 Barrett, Carolyn 5120 Meredith Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 181 . Barron, Richard 2838 Hemphill Ft. Worth, Texas 76110 125,126,127,181 Bartel, Terrell Van Box -33 Lehigh, Kansas 67073 181 Bascom, Dorothy Marie 5121 Woodland Ave. Lincoln, Nebraska 68616 166 Baugher, Deborah Rt. 1 Cincinnati, Iowa 52549 132,175 Baugher, Ted P. 5201 Calvert, Box 18 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 167 Baughman, Joyce 38 Meadowbrook Ave. Sonoma, California 95416 180 Beatty, Dwight James Wessington, S. Dakota 57381 187 Bechthold, Dixie . 917 Devine Avenue Harvey, No. Dakota 58341 181 Beck, Jerry L. 3338 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 137,167 Beck, Judy 6133 N,122nd Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53225 181 Becker, Pam 4020 S. Jason Englewood, Colorado 80110 127,181 Becker. Jean tfac.l 112 Bell, Ora Melvin 6455 Newland St. Arvada, Colorado 80002 66,88,167 Bennett, Anita 5006 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Q 167 Betlinski, Caroyln tfac.l 5318 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Betlinski, Paul E, 5318 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 96,167 Biggs, Mae Bushnell, Nebraska 69128 127,181 Binder, Hazel Emma Box 32 Onaka, So. Dakota 57466 181 Bischoff, Juanita K. Box 7 Keene, Texas 76059 167 Bisgaard, Fred 2033 West Coffman Casper, Wyoming 82601 Bishop, Frederick E. 1516 Rushmore Dr. Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910 187 Bland, Reggie E. Rt. 2 Vinita, Oklahoma 74301 187 Blecha, Arlene 6346 No. Parker Indianapolis, indiana 46220 187 Blellm, Robert 164 Bliss, Janet Walker, Iowa 52352 181 Blom, Julie 5118 Pioneers Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Bock, Jim Rt. 4 Box 197-B Cleburne, Texas 76031 49,83,180 Bollinger, Gary Delbert 5217 Meredith Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 60,175 Bonjour, Eileen D, Fayette, Iowa 52142 187 Booker, Ernest R. 4641 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 167 Booker, James 606 Wayside Road Neptune, New Jersey 07753 187 Booker, Vicki 4641 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 175 Borton, Harvey D. 4642 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 167 Borton, Myrtle 4331 So. 49th Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 118,119,167 Bottsford, Bruce E. 5220 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 167 Bowers, Danny P. 1127 4V2 N. W. Street Rochester, Minnesota 55901 187 Bowers, Dave L. 1127 4Vz St. N.W. Rochester, Minnesota 55901 84,97,143,167 Bowie, Inez Dexter, Minnesota 99526 82.180 Bowie, Marvalee R. R, 2 Dexter, Minnesota 181 Boyd, Terrence 321 S. E. 48th Portland, Oregon 97215 71,187 Brandenburger, Connie Kulm, No. Dakota 180 Brauer, Robert 1230 E. Amherst Englewood, Colorado 80110 52,181 Brayton, Ronnie 156,181,206 Brehms, Randy 14810 Sobey Road Saratoga, California 95070 114,125,129,186 Breese, Floyd tfac,J 149 Bresee, Terry Rt, 8 Lincoln, Nebraska 187 Britain, Mary Prescott Hall, Union College Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 110 Britain, Robert L. tfac.l Prescott Hall, Union College Lincoln, Nebraska 110,166 Brock, Helen tMcCoyl 980 E. Harvard Denver, Colorado 80210 167 Brodersen, Gary Florence, Missouri 65329 187 Brodersen, Judy Florence, Missouri 65329 67,84,167 Brodin, Rodney 422 So. 70th Avenue West Duluth, Minnesota 55807 175 Brooks, Donna 65 Northwoods Avenue Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 175 Brown, Dorothy Ann Livonia, Missouri 63551 187 Brown, Kathy Rt. 8 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 187 Brown, James 4340 S. 48th Street, Apt. A Lggcoln, Nebraska 68506 Brown, Joyce 4845 Lowell Avenue Lincoln, Nebraska 175 Brown, Julia Ann Rt. 8 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 167 Brown, M, Marilyn tfac.l 5215 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Brown, Marlene K, ffacl 12431 Oriole Avenue Colton, California 92324 150,151,187 Brown, Phannetta 27 Ryers Place Eatontown, N. Jersey 07724 187 Brown, Sandra J. Route 6 Unionville, Missouri 63565 189 Bryant, Twyla 16140 E. Crestline Road, R. 4 Wichita, Kansas 672880 175 Buckley, Bruce 123 Meadow Drive Ft. Collins, Colorado 80521 40,181 Buel, Don 4821 Lowell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 175 Burghart, David 5025 Prescott, Apt. 1 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 125,167 Burghart, Mark Rt. 1 Sleepyeye, Minnesota 56085 175 Burghart, Verna 5025 Prescott Apt. 1 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 175 Burishkin, Dave 819 Texas Avenue Grand Junction, Colo. 81501 69,97,181 Burnett, William P. 7406 Tours Houston, Texas 77036 187 Burris, Judy E. Box 474 Buffalo, Wyoming 82834 158,187 Buttler, Bruce E. 3742 So. 48th ligrgcoln, Nebraska 68506 Buttler, Beverly A. 1880 East Fifth St. Paul, Minnesota 55119 187 Buttler, Geraldine 3743 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 70,175 Buxton, Robert 4642 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 INDEX C Cadwallader, Debbie 4411 Walker Street, N.E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 53402 187 Calderon, Carmelo 360 Stone Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11212 88 Caldwell, Joel 164 Calkins, Erling Steve 5040 San Julio Santa Barbara, California 93105 87,175 Calkins, Valerie P.O. Box 744 Orion, illinois 61273 121,175 Campbell, Leo P. O. Box 343 Golden, Colorado 80401 176 Campbell, Vonnie 8711 W. 94th Street Shawnee Mission, Kansas 83,180 Cancel, lrma 1032 N. 10th Street Pgaoenix, Arizona 85006 Carlin, Paul Box 70 Stanberry, Missouri 64489 187 Carlson, Rich 6937 Xerxes Avenue So. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55423 52,88,106,187 ' Carroon, Michael S. 19 Bing Rhinelander, Wisconsin 54501 187 Carter, Susan 2708 South Marion Denver, Colorado 80210 83,167 Cash, Bernelda tfac.l 4700 Linden Lincoln, Nebraska 150,151 Cash, Howard ffac.l 4700 Linden Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Certain, Jim 731 Elkhart Aurora, Colorado 80010 188 Chaddic, James R. 4631 Cooper, No. 5 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 167 Chan, Vincent 59 Maidstone Road, LIF Hong Kong Chandra, Wenny 100A Pasirkaliki Bandung, indonesia Chaney, Bob 1514 McAlister Lane Columbia, Missouri 65201 188 Chapman, Jacque Sue 1510 Marylee Drive Columbia, Missouri 65201 188 Chavez, Edwin 4850 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Chen, John Kwang Chee 4654 Kampong Gajah Butterworth P.W., Malaysia 188 Childers, Bobbye 1115 N. Frost Pampa, Texas 79065 188 Childers, Cecilia A. 2644 Wedgewood Wichita, Kansas 67204 188 Childers, Donna L. 2644 Wedgewood Wichita, Kansas 67204 188 Chilson, Bennet tfac.J 5331 Spruce St. Lincoln 112,133 Chilson, Charlene R. R. 1 Byron, Minnesota 55920 127,181 Chilson, James 5331 Spruce Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 84,176 Chinchurreta, David 701 S. Kansas Weslaco, Texas 71,106,188 Christie, Becky 114 Christie, E. B. lfac.l 5010 Boeckner Lincoln, Nebraska 100,130,131,153 Christensen, Allan 3375 Ware Road Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033 125,188 Christensen, Larry D. Rt. 1, Box 289 Pipestone, Minnesota 56164 97,181 Christensen, Linda Rt. 1, Box 289 Pipestone, Minnesota 56164 188 Christensen, Vicki C. 4101 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 77,125,188 Christenson, David R. Dodge Center, Minnesota 55927 125,188 Christenson, Mary J. North Airport Drive Dodge Center, Minnesota 55927 125,126,127,181 Chunestudy, Bill 4834 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 125,127,188 Chunestudy, Nema 5026 Lowell Avenue Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Chung Oscar Khin Poh 436 Tanjong Katong Rd. Singapore, Singapore 15 126,181 Clark, Chester Van 3845 S. 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 176 Clark, Judith E. 3221 Northridge Sherman, Texas 75090 126,127,167 Clark, Lowella E, 5259 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 168 Clark, Ross Rox 55, Rt. 3 Mansfield, Missouri 65704 188 Clemenson, John J. 960 18th Street Marion, Iowa 52302 66,188 Cleveland, Joyce 2009 S. Williams Denver, Colorado 182 Cole, Sam 4907 Sherman Lincoln, Nebraska 125,176 Coleman, Barbara 810 E. Harvard Denver, Colorado 80210 82,167 Collins, Lanny ifac.i 3622 S. 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 124 Colvin, Gerald lfac.i 5301 Locust Lincoln, Nebraska 90,120,166 Conditt, Michel 4928 Bancroft, Apt. 1 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 57,182 Conley, Connie 1326 New Castle Charleston, South Carolina 176 Copenhaver, Corrine 938 E. Harvard Avenue Denver, Colorado 80210 180 Cook, Joe 3843 So. 46th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Core, Barbara 2722 June N.E. Albuquerque, New Mexico 182 Cotton, Arlinda J. 116 33rd Street N.E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 188 Cox, David H, 8816 Milburn Avenue Spring Valley, California 92077 47,182 Cox, Juanita 164 Coy, Hugh ifac.i 4315 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 16,153 Coy, Madeleine lfac,l 4315 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 150,151,153 Coy, Philip 2707 Duff Ames, Iowa 50010 66,176 Crawford, Larry 3405 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 182 Crawford, R. W. lfac.i 4425 Pawnee Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 45,75,8Q,108 Croak, Linda Jean 5652 Morgan Ave., South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419 83,167 Croak, Randy 5652 Morgan Avenue, South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55419 188 Cummings, Robert Leslie Box 156 Mirror, Alberta, Canada 57,168 Cunningham, Denise S. 7733 General Sherman Lane St. Louis, Missouri 63123 188 Current, Carolyn M. 2016 Walnut Boulder, Colorado 80302 Cushing, Stanley Richard 1015 West Eighth Loveland, Colorado 80537 125,188 D Dale, Kelly 4631 Meredith Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 32,188 Darcy, Charles Golden Valley, N. Dakota 58541 176 Davenport, Bonnie isec.l 4640 S. 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 103 Davenport, Elton 164 Davenport, Glenn lfac,i 4640 S. 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 84,75,95,106 Davis, Connie D. 8558 Fowler Avenue Orgaha, Nebraska 68134 12 Davis, Lyle D. R. R. 1 Van Meter, Iowa 50261 22,90,149,168,192 Deibel, Max D. 526 Central Street Evans, Colorado 80620 153,155,182 Delinger, Vivian F. Box 1688 Rock River, Wyoming 82083 Demchuk, David Box 106 Butte, N. Dakota 58723 188 Devitt, Kathy 123 So. E. 49th Street Loveland, Colorado 80537 125,188 Devnich, Marge Max, North Dakota 58759 90,160,168 Diaz, Juan 3943 South 46th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 176 Dick, Everett llac.J 4612 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 130,131 Dick, Ggnda Masters 4614 tockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 126,176,188 Dick, Merlin 4614 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Dickerson, Dennis 4730.Meredeth Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 188 Dick, Helen Route 2, Box 94 B Douglas, Kansas 67039 Dickerson, E. Genevieve llac.i Rees Hall Union College Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 111 Dickinson, Ruth Elizabeth 3335 Colfax Avenue N. Minneapolis, Minn. 55412 168 Diede, Stan 60511th Avenue S.E. Jamestown, N. Dakota 58401 176 Diehl, Frank 4522 Hillside Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Dinesen, Annette Rt. 2, Box 27 Harlan, Iowa 51537 125,188 Dittberner, Beverly Kay 5125 Spruce St. Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 168 Dodds, Larry 5305 Pioneer Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 119,176 Dorchuck, Carolyn Hobbs 4845 Lowell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 168 Doss, Gordon Box 951 Blantyre, Malawi, Africa 90,149,182 Doss, Ronald Rea 4928 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 147,168 Downing, Ken 5135 Spruce Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 92,96,125,129,182 Downing, Laurence lfac.l 5135 Spruce Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 80,153 Drabik, Bob 1645 Dole Street No. 401 Honolulu. Hawaii 96822 188 Draggon, Cassandra V. 3140 Sierra Drive, N.E. Albuqueque, New Mexico 88,138,182 Duerksen, Donald 5025 Prescott, No. 3 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 182 Dunlop, Wayne R. 3703 So. 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 168 Dunn, Alice ffac.l 5252 Lowell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 132,133 Dupper, Diane Rt. 1, Box 51 LaSalle, Colorado 80645 188 Dutcher, Steve 5343 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 182 E Earles, John 4221 So. 52nd Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 188 Eastin, Dean 3905 So. 48 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Eddleman, Douglas ffac.j 2244 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 116 Eder, Errol 2545 Theresa Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Ehlert, Dave 102915th Avenue N. S, St. Paul, Minnesota 55075 188 Ehrlich, James Box 132 Shattuck, Oklahoma 73858 50,52,175,176 Eisenman, Joanne Box 146 Glenham, S. Dakota 57631 188 I Eivins, Ed ffac.i 4800 Mandarin Circle Lincoln, Nebraska 105,118 Ellstrom, Yvonne Route 1, Box 19 A Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 182 Enders, Steve Rural Route 2 Colorado Springs, Colo. 80909 188 Engel, Nadeane Rae 4300 Aldrich Avenue S. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55409 168 Eno, Doug 4200 Webster Avenue S. Minneapolis, Minn. 55416 125,188 Erickson, June 524 West Nora Street Thief River Falls, Minn. 56701 176 Erickson, Mable lfac.i 4928 Bancroft, Apt. 6 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 143 Erickson, Steve Cleveland, N. Dakota 58424 182 Ericson, Paula 3624 So. 48th, Apt. 1 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 182 Escamilla, Daniel 5201 Calvert Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 176 Eskildsen, Howard A. Route 2, Box 40 Lexington, Nebraska 68850 70,125,188 Esposito, Cindy Woodbury Avenue Hyannis, Mass. 02601 176 Estlick, Loralee Richville, Minn. 56576 Evans, Dave H. 429 Alice Street Arlington, Texas 76010 66 Evard, Mary 4615 So. 45th Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 168 Evard, Rene lfac.i 4615 So, 45th Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 32,99,144.145 F Farrar, Twilla Box 78 Okoboji, Iowa 51355 Fasnacht, Lanny 1296 So. Bryant Street Denver, Colo. 80219 Feather, Custer Box 701 Keene, Texas 76059 168 Feese, Mike Box 112 Lake Ozark, Missouri 65049 112 Feese, Virginia Beth 3930 Sheridan Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 176 Fellows, Cheryl J. 5350 Gladston Lincoln, Nebraska 68504 125,188 Ferguson, Dave 2673 So. York Denver, Colo. 80210 127,128,161,168 Ferguson, Robin 2673 So. York Denver, Colo. 80210 127,182,193 Pike, Jay iraqi 123 Fillman, Rita Jeanne 1311 Grand Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 188 Finneman, Jerry 3830 So. 54th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 149,176 Fisher, Beth 147 Fisher, Charlene Rt. 2 Elk City, Kansas 67344 182 Fisher, Mel 149 Fisher, Garry 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 69,176 Fisher, Sharon 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 53,176 Fleming, Wayne lfac.l Route 8 Lincoln, Nebr. 71,142,143,153 Flemmer, Elmer 918 E. Harvard Denver, Colo. 80210 83,180 Flemmer, Elsie 913 C Avenue Nevada, Iowa 50201 74,112,168 Flemmer, Harry 913 C Avenue Nevada, Iowa 50201 97,176 Flemmer, Lorraine 913 C Avenue Nevada, Iowa 50201 150,182 Flemmer, Warren Streeter, N. Dakota 58483 188 Flores, Annie P. O. Box 664 Agana, Guam 96910 182 Flynn, Carol Faye R. R, 1 Norton, Kansas 67654 82,180 Folsom, Anita L. 410 Scott Drive Marietta, Georgia 30060 18 Fouche, Yeaulonne 8112 Ingleside Chicago, Illinois 60619 Foutz, Chloe ffac.l 4621 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 135 Fowler, Alice ifac,i 4840 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 134,135 Fowler, Jim Box 13 Monument, Utah 158,182 Fowler, Ray fpresi 4840 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 53,75,94,102 Franklin, Marcia Box 66 Northome, Minn. 56661 125,182 Fredregill, Duane 2800 S.E. 64th St. Dis Moines, Iowa 50317 Freisen, Clarence I-Tygan, Colo. 81056 Friesen, George ifac.i 5120 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 112 Friestad, Lawrence 2555 S. Marion Denver, Colo. 80210 180 Frick, Dennis 'Box 125 Nekoma, Kansas 67559 Frick, Sandy Box 125 Nekoma, Kansas 67559 85,176 Friestad, Lloyd 3735 So. 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 126,127 Fristoe, Susan 1162 Margllaret Olivette, issouri 63132 Fulghum, Donna 1147 Howard Street Delta, Colo. 81416 188 Fulghum, Lois 1147 Howard St. Delta, Colo. 81416 176 Fuller, David Route 2 Palmyre, Nebraska 68418 22,126,189 Furne, Ervin James 4612 Stockwell Lgrgcoln, Nebraska 68506 Furne, Gordon 4612 Stockwell Iigrgacoln, Nebraska 68506 Furne, Judith A. 4612 Stockwell Iiisrgcoln, Nebraska 68506 G Gallegos, Louise 7828 Florado St. Denver, Colorado 80221 189 Gane, Erwin lfac.i 4420 S. 45th St. Lincoln, Nebraska 56,149 Gane, Mrs. Erwin 4420 S 45th St. Lincoln, Nebraska 147 Gardiner, RaeJean Martin, South Dakota 57551 87,150,182,1B6 Garrison, Timothcy Rt 1, Box 623- Alpine, California 92110 24,52,56,84,149,182 Gates, Gordon 2550 S Chase Lane Denver, Colorado 80227 66,182,197 Gates, John W. 3718 S 52nd Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 176 Gay, Donna Box 308 Oshawa, Ontario 182 Gay, Dorothy 116 Dickson Blvd. Mouncton, New Brunswick 68,90 Georgeson, Nancy 1799 S Howard Ave. Kerman, California 93630 189 Gerst, Connie Jo 3321 West "A" North Platte, Nebraska 69101 90,92,93,182 Gerst, Judy 2035 E. California St. Paul, Minnesota 55119 138,182 Giang, Betty 7641 Carroll Ave. Takoma Park, Maryland 20012 176 Giang, Tommy 7641 Carroll Ave. Takoma Park, Maryland 20012 189 Giardina, Jerry 3473 Halsted Riverside, California 92503 168 Gibb, Lawrence 1505 Mary Lee Drive Columbia, Missouri 65201 126 Giblin, Margaret Elizabeth 5259 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 169 Gibson, James H. 528 Riverside . Canon City, Colorado 81212 176 Gibson, Martha 4408 Navajo St. Denver, Colorado 80211 83,168 Giem, Paul 1250 Sappington Bridge Rd. Sullivan, Missouri 63080 189 Giesen, Gail 3901 S 53rd Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 182 Gill, Orville 4314 Grand Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 189 Gladney, Gerald 205 W. 148 St., Box 356 New York. New York 189 Glass, Gordon Box 425 Hemminford, Nebraska 69348 182 Glovatsky, Elmer Grassy Butte, North Dakota 168 Goble, William tfac.l 4621 S. 47th Lincoln, Nebraska 113 Gooch, Everett 434 Kane St. Fall River, Wisconsin 53932 176 Gooch, Lynn W, 42nd Ave. Loveland, Colorado 80537 168 Goodwin, Beverly 521 W. 133 St. New York, New York 44,182 Gottfried, Eugene 3419 S 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 168 Gottfried, Marvin 3419 S 48th Lirgcoln, Nebraska 68506 17 Graves, Gary 7333 New Hampshire Ave. Hyattsville, Maryland 20783 189,193 Greer, Lanny 2432 Olive Ave. LaCrescenta, California 91214 -. 189 Greer, Marty 2432 Olive Ave. LaCrescenta, California 91214 Greer, Sylvia Rt. 2 Centralia, Missouri 65240 84,108,150,182,189 Greet, Jeannie Box 181 Ten Sleep, Wyoming 82442 182 Gregory, David 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 127,176 Gregory, Eunice Rt. 1 Haiglere, Nebraska 69030 189 Gregory, Sharon 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 182 Griffin, Charles 639 N "B" Albia, Iowa 52531 189 Griffith, Victor 123 Guill, Susan Route 1, Box 262 St. James, Missouri 65559 182 Gusso, Linda 4452 46th Ave. S Mpls., Minnesota 55406 50,182 Gutknecht, Sheila 3030 S. 47th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 180 H Haas, Diane 3045 S, Gaylord St. Denver, Colorado 80210 114.182 Haas, Linda Kaye 529 E. Polk Street Richardson, Texas 75080 67,142,169 Hagel, Kathleen 87 Main Street Carrington. North Dakota 58421 Hagele, Cordell Tolstoy, South Dakota 57475 125,189 Hagele, Ed Roscoe, South Dakota 57471 114,182 Hagelgantz, Elaine 5520 Broadway Great Bend, Kansas 67530 40,84,95,96,169 Hagelgantz, Opal lfac.l Route 2 Lincoln, Nebraska 122,123,153 Hagestrom, Nancy 207 Midland Drive Council Bluffs, lowa 182 Hall Pearl tfac.j 3843 South 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 137 Hamilton, Connie 1551 E. Bates Parkway Englewood, Colorado S0110 169 Hand, Noreen 2401 Harriet Street Rggine, Wisconsin 53404 Hannah, Gary 4747 Linden Apt. 3 Lincoln, Nebraska 182 Hansen, Bob Roca, Nebraska 68430 182 Hansen, Penny Route 1 Box 1074 Bowman, North Dakota 58623 50,138,182.186 Hansen, Teddy Box 765 Bowman, North Dakota 58623 189 Hanson, Carla 3353 33rd Ave. So. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406 125,126,182 Hanson, Janice L. Route 2, Box 27 Exira, Iowa 50076 96,169 Hanson, Kathy Webb, Iowa 51366 23,40,52,85,176 Hanson, Russell 350 So. Broadway Boulder, Colorado 80302 177 Hanson, Stan 350 Broadway Boulder, Colorado 80302 78,183 Harbour, Marcus G. Box 246 Anthon, Iowa 51004 189 Hardcastle, Bessie 5000 Lowell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 183 Hardt, Bev 363 Alpine Boulder, Colorado 80302 189 . Harl, Steve Route 5 Albia, Iowa 183 Harris, Nellie RFD 2 Rochester, Minnesota 55901 177 Harris, Ramona RFD 2 Rochester, Minnesota 55901 177 Harris, Roy lfac.l 4215 South 42nd Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 147,148,149 Hartman, Cathy J. 209 W. Lincoln Street Marshalltown, Iowa 50158 126,189,193 Hauck, Arthur lfac.J 3510 S. 51st Lincoln, Nebraska 95,152 Heghesan, Helmer R.R. 2 Townline N. Oshawa, Ontario 61.169 Heinbaugh, Sandra Route 3 Box 283 Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 26.41.189 Heinrich, Keith Tolstoy, South Dakota 57475 34,189 Henneg, Bob Box 22 Rancho Santa Fe, California 50,81 Hensel, Don Joseph 6077 E. Oak Lane Stockton, California 95205 189 Herrera, Manuel 181312th Avenue Scottsbluff, Nebraska 183,207 Hettenbaugh, Harlan 7411 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 177 Hieb, Bernadine Cleveland, North Dakota 58424 189 Hieb, Bruce Elliot Cleveland, North Dakota 58424 69,183 Hieb, Randy Cleveland, North Dakota 58424 189 Higgs, Leon Churchhill Development Nassau, Bahamas 56,189 Hill, Deborah 2833 36th Ave. South Mpls., Minnesota 85406 14,50,183 Hill, Janice Route 1, Box 130 A Cortez, Colorado 81321 183 Hill, Linda Route 1, Box 130 A Cortez, Colorado 81321 183 Hill, Madeline RR 2 Middletown, Missouri 63359 49,180 Hill, Richard 1007 Gardenia Houston, Texas 77018 68,77,177 Hilliard. Beverly 5356 Lowell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 22,41,161,166,169 Hilliard, Dennis 1032 W. Prospect Ft. Collins, Colorado 80521 84,125,183 Hilliard, Don 5356 Lowell Avenue Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 80,183 Hillman, Gary 28110 H Street Barstow, California 189 Hirsch, Arthur lfac.l 4220 S. 37th Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 131 Hirsch, Jay 4220 S. 37th Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 183 Hirsch, Laverne lfac.l 4220 S, 37th Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 150,151 Hix, Ruth 25 DiFranco O'FalIon, Missouri 63366 82,180 Hobbs, Sherry 325 Beverly Drive Omaha, Nebraska 68114 125,183 Hoffman, David 3842 South 51 Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 177 Hollenbeck, Hope 8237 Colfax Avenue So. Mpls., Minnesota 55420 189 Hollenbeck, Sandra 217 N. County Line Road Heigsdale, Illinois 60521 Holmes, Neva 2515 So. Marion Denver, Colorado 80210 180 Holtz, Darrell 4236 Locust Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 76,98,177 Holweger, Dena 164 Hong, Paulette 1420 B Pensacola Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96822 183 Horob, Darlene RR Bainville, Montana 59212 169 Hornbacher, Betty L. 1513 Burlington North Platte, Nebraska 69101 125,126,177 Horner, Robert L. Route 1, Box 78 Raymond, Nebraska 68428 Horton, Glenna R. RR 1 Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80477 189 Howell, Ron 5201 Calvert Lot 4 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 166,169 Hubbard, Cheryl 25852 Mira Monte Rgglands, California 92373 Huckins, Gina Route 1 Box 9 Boelus, Nebraska 68820 183 Hughes, Mary 106 W. 40th Street Sand Springs, Oklahoma 189 Hunt, Steve Route 8 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 28,189 Hunter, Michael S. 711 Pine Street Mt. Shasta, California 96067 183 Hutchinson, Robert J. 16960 130th Avenue Nunica, Michigan 49448 189 Huygens, Gertrude lfac.l 5220 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 135 Ishii, Mitsuo 492 Toyofusa Chiba-ken, Japan 189 J lacob, Michael Rt. 5, Box 675 Escondido, California 92025 Jacobs, Don tfac.l 4141 S. 58th Lincoln, Nebraska 66,109,118,119 James, Carolyn Rt. 3, Box 212 Rolla, Missouri 65401 182 James, Don 2112 25th St, S St. Petersburg, Florida 96,127,183 Jensen, Larry W. Rt. 9, Box 438 Springfield, Missouri 65804 189 Jensen, Lawrence A. 5350 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 153,154,183 Jensen, Lloyd 5350 Cooper Lgrgcoln, Nebraska 68506 1 Joch mans, Betty J. 4421 S. 50th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 122,123 Dr. Jochman's String Group 41 Jochmans, Robert P. 4421 S. 50th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 137 Johnson, Darwin A. 517 5th Ave. S.E. Rochester, Minnesota 55901 117 Johnson, Jeanette 8912 Fairland Drive Oak Farm, Illinois 60455 158,189 Johnson, Karen 1531 N. Sheridan Vlgchita, Kansas 67203 1 3 Johnson, Lois Woodworth, North Dakota 58496 189 Johnson, Lynn 4807 Hillside Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 183 Johnson, Mark Box 515 Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 189 Johnson, Mary Lee Star Route Staples, Minnesota 56479 183 Johnson, Mary Route 7 Brainerd, Minnesota 56401 135,169 Johnson, Pansy tfac.l 5125 Linden Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 138 Johnson, Roger G. 5125 Linden Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 85,125,126,189 Johnson, Sharon 5515 N. 75th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68134 Jones, Beckie 16148 Edenwood Drive Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55343 40,50,53,78,177 Jones, Nadine 1118 1st St. SW Rochester, Minnesota 55901 177 Juhl, Caron Bowesmont, North Dakota 58217 180 Juhl, Kent Bowesmont, North Dakota 58217 189 Juhl, Jerry Bowesmont, North Dakota 58217 154,177 Juhl, Larry New London, Minnesota 56273 189 Juhl, Lanson 3146 South 51st Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 177 Juhl, Lynda Greenbush, Minnesota 56726 189 Juhl, Lyndon Bowesmont, North Dakota 58217 138,183 Jungling, Naomi tfac.l 4 02 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 124,126,127,188 K Kaiser, Alicia 464 West 11th Street Hoslngton, Kansas 67544 23,183 Kappel, Robert 5145 Linden Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 109,118 Keith, Anita tfac,l 4621 Stockwell No. 6 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Keller, Grace 5201 Calvert No. 14 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 177 Kellie, Linda 23109 Wood-Sno Hiway Woodinville, Washington 98072 183 Kelly, Edward 27 5th Avenue Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 99.183 Kelly, Marla 27 5th Ave, NW Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 189 Kemmerer, Terry L. Box 108 Holyrod, Kansas 67450 189 Kennedy, Dawn Box 435 College Heights Alberta, Canada 189 Kerbs, John tfac.l 5311 Spruce Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 88,149 Kerr, Harrison J. Bowman, North Dakota 58623 66,189 Kerr, Lavonne Rae 4642 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 121,169 Kerr, Ralph 4642 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 14,66,177 ' Kiley, Dennis J. 5145 Pioneers Blvd. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 177 Killion, Kelly 1722 N.11th Street Beatrice. Nebraska 68310 Klngham, lvan L. Rt. 1 Norton, Kansas 67654 24,114 Kingham, Joyce A. Route 1 Norton, Kansas 67654 King's Heralds Quartet 21 Kipping, Joan 4444 So, 56th Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 183 Kipping, Kip 4444 So. 56th Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 183 Kirschbaum, Leroy R, RR 1, Box 209 Granite Falls, Minnesota 56241 136,169 Kitchen, Leisa M. Route 2, Box 466 Gold Hill, Oregon 27,158,193 Kiteley, Karen Route 1, Box 257 Longmont, Colorado 80501 125 Koch, John 164 Klein, Aldine 980 E. Harvard Denver, Colorado 80210 169 Knodel, Linda Route 1, Box 36 Kief, North Dakota 58747 183 Kostenko, Lynda M. 6031 Marshall Road Centerville, Ohio 45459 160,161 Kozik, Paul 1105 1st Street East Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada 183 Krueger, Judy Ann 5140 Prescott No. 2 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 169 Kreiter, Dennis Box 394 Goodrich, North Dakota 58444 Kreiter, Kirby 5251 Prescott Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Kretz, Kenneth 10007 Crestridge Drive Minnetonica, Minnesota 55343 5 190 Kreutzer, Claralee Route 2 Centralia, Missouri 183 Ku, Roger B, 297-A Thomson Road Singapore 183 Kunau, Richard Kurtz, Lynden Harold RR 1 Leonard, North Dakota 57,85,97.183 Kutschara, Mary lfac.l 3727 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 132,133 Kuwamoto, Leroy 2615 N. Street Lgacoln, Nebraska 68506 L Landis, Merlene 361 Crescent Drive Sheridan, Wyoming 82801 126 Landis, Sharon 361 Crescent Drive Sheridan, Wyoming 82801 190 Lane, Lanette M. Route 2, Box 2850 Loveland, Colorado 80537 190 Lang, Jolene 4700 Woodhaven Drive Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 85,87,122,125,183 Lankford, Cynthia 3802 So. 52nd Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 84,183 Lankford, Ronald 3216 E. Euclid Des Moines, Iowa 50317 187.190 Larsen, Karen Sue RR 1, Box 9 Morgan, Minnesota 56266 190 Larsen, Robert Elk Horn, Iowa 51531 183 Lastine, Michael Route 2 Currie, Minnesota 56123 70.125.126.183 Lawler, Ralph Linton, North Dakota 58552 45,75,175,177 Lawrence, David 2104 West 32nd Street Pueblo, Colorado 81003 77 Leatherman, Robert 190 LeMert, Scott Route 1 Heaton, North Dakota 58450 52,177 Leonhardt, Dwain 5300 Cooper Lggcoln, Nebraska 68506 Leonhardt, Earl lfac.l 5300 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska Lewis, George ifac.l 2310 S. 62nd Lincoln, Nebraska 113 Lewis, Vera 3402 Spruce Avenue Kansas City, Missouri 64128 180 Liebelt, Peggy 4350 So. 48th Apt. 6 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 177 Liebelt, Lance 4350 South 48th Apt. 6 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Liebelt, Lyndell 435 S. 12th Street Montrosa, Colorado 81401 177 Lippo, Derald Route 1 Box 45-B Cromwell, Minnesota 55726 183 Little, Barbara 2555 So. Clarkson Denver, Colorado 183 Little, Dee Dee 2555 So. Clarkson Street Denver, Colorado 80210 50,67,170 Logan, Marvis V. 446 N.E. Cook Portland, Oregon 190 Logwood, Sharyn Box 43 Deansboro, N.Y. 13328 56,125,183 Long, Jan 2002 N. Garden Joplin, Mo. 64801 190 Lucero, Dorothy P. P.O. Box 152 Montrose, Colo. 81401 170 Luckiesh, Mark J. Box 156 Defiance, lowa 51527 190 Luna, Peter ifac.j 4641 Spruce Street Lincoln, Nebraska 147,149 Lund, Dennis Route 1, Box 39 Corral, Minn. 56227 177 Lund, Donald Bradley 7711 Heritage Road Boen Prairie, Minn. 55343 155 Lund, Gary Route 1, Box 39 Correll, Minn, 56227 177 Lund, Karleen Route 1, Box 55 Warroad, Minn. 56763 23,183 Lund, Tim Route 1, Box 55 Warroad, Minn. 56763 190 Lynch, Carol 3909V2 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 170 Lyon, Candace 1107 Brookhollow lrving, Texas 75060 190 Maas, Dennis Route 1, Box 65 Enterprise, Kansas 67441 Mackie, Janell Katherine 39 Second Street Lead, South Dak. 57754 60,9O,175,177 Maddox, Bill 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 183 Maline, Judy Route 1 Gothenburh, Nebraska 68582 169 Malone, Carrol 1055 Wellington Street Mobile, Ala. 36617 157 Malone, Randi 5220 So. 50th Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 5O,99,114,125,183 Mandzuk, Darcy R. R. 4 Lansdowne, Ontario, Canada 45,184 Mansker, Bill 4804 Capital Drive Rapid City, So. Dakota 184 Mao, Daisy 275 Shuter St., Apt. 605 Toronto 2, Ontario 177 Marah, Pat Box 235 Cedaredge, Colo. 81413 184 March, Denise 3723 Rhode Island S, St. Louis Park, Minn. 25,84,138,186 March, Glenda Route 2 Centralia, Missouri 65240 87,120,121,170 Marks, Russell 7703 SW 9th Place D55 Moines, Iowa 50315 Martin, Gale Box 3 Kayville, Sask., Canada 138,184 Martindale, Marilyn New Hampton, Missouri 64471 190 Martinez, Paul El Paso, Texas 184 Mathews, Bobbie 520 Rockdale No, 7 Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 170 Mathis, Ed Route 2 Center Point, Iowa 52213 125,170 Mathis, Vernon Route 2 Center Point, Iowa 52213 Maxwell, Marvin D. RFD 3, Box 55 Ggentry, Arkansas 72734 1 3 May, Bonnie 407 E. Pleasant Knoxville, iowa 50138 Mayberry, Melodie Irene 1323 N. 25th Lincoln, Nebr. 68503 170 Mayer, Virgil lfac.l Route 1, Box 101D Bennet, Nebr. McArthur, James lfac.l 118 McCune, Cheryl 336 Fay Drive Cglo, Springs, Colo. 80911 1 0 McClain, Laverne lfac.l Route 8 Lincoln, Nebraska 85.99,175 McClain, Richard 4340 S. 48th, Apt. C Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 170 McCoy, Kathy lColel 960 E. Harvard Denver, Colo. 80210 170 McGee, Mark 11947 Glenoak Drive Bridgeton, Mo. 63042 McKey, Duane 4932 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 149,170 McKey, Kathy 4932 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 147,177 McLean, Ronald 5021 Woodland Lincoln, Nebraska 68516 67,125,190 McLean, Shirlee 5021 Woodland Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 McMillen, Gilbert lfac.l Route 2 Lincoln, Nebr. 14,90,116 McMilIen, Larry 304 Mt, Columbia Leadville, Colo. 80461 177 McPherson, Ivan ffac.J Route 8 Lincoln, Nebr. 113 Meeker, Bonnie 4420 Sherman Lincoln, Nebr. 170 Meier, Harvey L. Route 2 Grand Junction, Colo. 190 Melancon, James H. Box 113 E Union College Lincoln, Nebr. 147,149 Mellor, Karen 2810 So. Penn. Englewood. Colo. 80110 190 Melsted, Ruth Route 2, Box 59 Edinburg, N. Dak. 58227 Menshausen, Kathy 88 Hersey Street Portland, Maine 04103 184 Merickel, Donna 1421 Cherry Lane Caldwell, Idaho Merickel, Lynn l. Route 4 Faribault, Minn. 55021 Meyerholtz, Delilah Route 2 Fremont, Wisconsin 54040 83,170 Miller, Autumn 4920 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 84,120 Miller, Debbie R, R. 2 Carrington, N, Dak. 58421 24,184 Miller, Mary Box 73 La Porte City, Iowa 50651 132,184 Miller, Opal 4808 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 124,126 Miller, Ronald Route 8 Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Mills, Lowell Dean 4819 South Street Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Minium, Irma 4848 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 150,151,153 Minium, Lee W. 4848 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 115 Mitchell, Mrs. J. ifac.l 16 Modeste, Naomi Belle Garden, Tobago, Trinidad 23 Mohr, Everett 5020 S. 47th Street Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 115,177 Mohr, Ed 313 Aspen Dr. Brighton, Colo. 80601 Mohr, Widad ifac.J 5020 So. 47th Lincoln, Nebraska Moon, Don ltac,l 1-lickman, Nebraska 84,143 Moon. Eileen ifac.l 4928 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 126,143 Moon, Jerry Route 4 Muscatine, lowa 77,90,177 Morgan, Cliff 4524 Lowell Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 47,90,127,177 Morris, Peggy Route 2 Fredonia, Kansas 67,184 Morrow, Louise 3935 So. Hazel Ct. Englewood, Colo. 80110 77,184 Morse, Carol lvl, 5215 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebr. 190 Morse, Vernette Route 2 Wilcox, Nebr. 68982 190 Moseanko, James Butte, No. Dak. 58723 190 Munroe, Thomas lfac.J 4401 So. 27th Lincoln, Nebr. 14,122,123 Murray, Rickie 405 Union Borger, Texas 79007 184 Murray, Robert ifac.l 4521 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebr. 124 N Nash, Barbara Route 1, Box 35 Cedaredge, Colo. 81413 184 Nash, Michelle 5200 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 170 Naustdal, Bruce 18325 26th N. Street Wayzata, Minn. 55391 177 Nazarenus, Wayne R, R, 1 Wilton, Minn. 56687 88,170 Nelson, Carolyn Nelson, Clifford Ong, Nebr. 68452 184 Nelson, Gail 5524 Warden Avenue Minneapolis, Minn. 55436 78,126,190 Nelson, Grant 5254 Lowell Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 170 Nelson, Kern Oakdale, Nebr. 68761 Nesmith, DeForrestl1ac.J 4921 Claire Avenue Lincoln, Nebr. 76,134,135 Neuharth, Phil 1806 Ave. F Scottsbluff, Nebr. Neubrander, Pat Rt, 1, Box 214 A Cedaredge, Colo. 81413 Neumiller, Marilyn 4611 Cooper Lincoln, Nebr. 85,132,133 Ngoi, Johnny 3842 So. 51 Street Lincoln, Nebr. Niedens, Shirlayne 5937 Caenen Shawnee, Kansas 66216 Nielsen, Gary 7506 Emerson, Ave. So. Minneapolis, Minn. 55423 14,50,128,184 Nielsen, Wayne 1795 North Fry. Paul, Minn. 55113 Nies, Gloria J. Turon, Kansas 67583 Noble, Janette R. Fl.1 Quimby, lowa 51049 184 Nolan, Sharrie 4434 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Norman, Gigi 7301 Pioneers Lincoln, Nebr. 68520 190 Norton, Robert Glenn 610 N. 12th Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501 184 Nunez, Mario L. Balta N. 207 Lima 4, Peru 126.128,129 Nylen, William L. 85 Kaikaina Street Kailua, Hawaii 96734 190 Nyrnan, Donna Jean 211 Galena Street Bessemer, Michigan 49911 127,170 0 Obland, Ethlyn 1517 9th Street Greeley, Colo. 80631 58,815,184 O'Brien, Peggy Phoenix, Arizona 123,170 Ogden, Edwin ifac.l 4626 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 136 Olderbak, Dan lfac.J 5233 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 112 Oliver, Terry L. 8652 East 53rd Kansas City, Missouri 64129 190 Oliver, Thomas 4437 S. 50th Lincoln, Nebr. Olson, Carolyn G, Route 2, Box 952 Wayzata, Minn. 55391 Olson, Cliff 117 S.W. 35th Loveland, Colo. 80537 Olson, Dave 503 S,W. 42nd St. Loveland, Colo. 80537 184 Orr, Roy 4928 Bancroft F Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 47,74,87,90 Orr, Joyce E. Star Route Briggsdale, Colo. 80611 184 Ostrander, Kathleen 5620 N. Harrison-Route Loveland, Colo. 80537 Ostrander, Toni 2625 South Franklin Denver, Colo. 80210 Overholt, Victor 65017th St. Sec. Bldg. Dganver, Colo. 80202 1 0 Owen, Alan 10219 Atlas Road Oakdale, Calif. 95361 190 Owen, Karen L. 5201 Calvert No. 3 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Owen, Elwyn 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Oxley, Lynda Univ. Station, Box 13 Berien Springs, Mich. 49104 190 P Page, Gale 4501 So. 44 Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 66,85,184 Page, Janice P.O. Box 193 Faith, No. Carolina 28041 Page, Jeannie 110 Hankins Lane Lgveland, Colo. 80537 1 1 Page, Joyce P.O. Box 193 Faith, No, Carolina 28041 184,186 Page, Walter ifac,1 4501 So. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 116 Parks, Nick 4817 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 171 Parmele, Beverly J. 2307 Prospect Avenue Aberdeen, So. Dak. 57401 116,191 Parrott, Dennis R.R. 2 Griswald, Iowa 51535 191 Patrick, Henderson 10 S, Street Hamilton Park Wilmington, Delaware 19720 88 Patterson, Henrick 4731 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Payne, Eastin L, 2904 Tracy Kansas City, Mo. 64137 Pearson, Dave Box 75 Enterprise, Kansas 67441 184 Peck, Bob 5359 Cooper Lincoln. Nebr. 68506 Pedersen, Susan 4712 Woodhaven Dr. Lgncoln, Nebraska 68516 1 1 Petersen, Allayne 1501 Kellogg Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 184 Petersen, Corinne 2245 Carver Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota 55119 184 Petersen, Dale Route 2 Otterville, Mo. 184 Petersen, Jeanne Route 2 Shelton, Nebr. 68876 191 Petersen, Jeri Route 1 Elk Horn, Iowa 51531 157,191,207 Petersen, Joan R.R. 2 clo PVA Shelton, Nebr. 68876 184 Peterson, Brenda 1524 20th Street Ens. Birmingham, Ala, 35218 99,184 Petersen, Janet Route 1, Box 15 Kimballton, Iowa 51543 191 Petersen, Margaret 1990 South Grant Denver, Colo. 80210 82,171 Pettit, Paulette J. 3341 So. 4Bth Lincoln, Nebr. 158,184 Phillips, Connie 529 28V2 Road Grand Junction, Colo. 81501 77,184 Phillips, Lanny 2323 Avenue H Council Bluffs, Iowa 51501 Phipps, Larry D. 1020 Columbus St, Ggalena, Kansas 66739 1 1 Pitcher, Lawrence 1595 Cotner Blvd, Lincoln, Nebr. 124 Pierce, Linda 4818 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Pierson, Marilee Box 529 Hutchinson, Minn. 55350 191 Pilon, Jerry 42 Academy Dr. Newbury Park, Calif. 91320 184 Plesuk, Renae Box 273 Butte, No. Dak. 58723 Poffenroth, Maureen R.R. 1 Bennett, Nebr. 68317 184 Pogue, Jerry F, 3935 So, 48th, Apt. 3 Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 47,74,171 Pogue, Sharon 3935 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 163,171 Poleschook, Virgil Route 2 Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 Poore, Faye 92 Popplewell, Don Rbute 1, Box 67 Sandpoint, Idaho 83862 158,191 Powell, Beth Route 4, Box 114-A Jefferson, Texas 75657 33,82,180 Preston, Eugene 5116 Prescott Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 171 Pritchett, Carolyn 104 E. Maple Lees Summit, Mo. 64063 191 Practor, Alan 3510 So. 48th Lincoln, Nebr. 191 Propser, Naasson Prosser, Donna Box 7 Ngrthhome, Minn. 56661 1 1 Prowant, Ron 5250 So. 50th Lincoln. Nebr. 68516 191 Purkeypile, Alan 1401 N. Poplar St. Eureka, Kansas 67045 Q Quale, Wesley Box 6303 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 119,178 Quast, Dennis Forbes, North Dakota 58439 191 Quinn, Joyce 505 North Institute Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903 180 Quiroz, Miguel 4834 Bancroft Lgrlcoln, Nebraska 68506 R Rahming, Maureen P.O. Box 4239 Nassau, Bahamas 178 Ramirez, Tomasa Star Route, Box 21 Mesilla Park, New Mexico 83,180 Ramsay, Patricia Brookdale, Manitoba Canada 184 Ramsay, Phyllis Box 2 Brookdale, Manitoba Canada 178 Rankin, Ruth 4510 South 54th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 150,151 Rankin, William ifac.l 4510 South 54th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 123,152 Rasmussen, Thomas Route 1, Box 29 Cheney, Washington 99004 174 Rawlings, Kendall 115 Southeast 49th Loveland, Colorado 80537 155,175 Read, Sherry K. Oconto, Nebraska 68860 144,178 Ready, Roberta 1556 Benton Denver, Colorado 184 Rebsomen, Daniel A. Tecumseh, Nebraska 68450 17 Rea, Daniel Route 2, Box 131 Maple Plain, Minnesota 191 Reeves, Linden 7653 Webster Way Arvada, Colorado 80002 178 Reiboldt, Jacqueline F. Country Club Hills Sterling, Colorado 80751 122,191 Reinholtz, Sam ffac.J 4021 South 56 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 114 Reile, Arlys R. 505 Southeast 5th Street Jamestown, North Dakota 58401 191 Reile, Sandra 5931 Kenwood Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Reiner, Lynnet DeRemer 3811 South 48th, Apt. 3 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 122,171 Reinke, Carol Monango, North Dakota 58471 184 Reisner, Evelyn 5908 N. Richmond Appleton, Wisconsin 54911 178 Reiswig, Renaye Harvey, North Dakota 58341 180 Remly, Hilda F. ifac.l Union College Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 18,99,111 Renk, lrlys 4420 S. 49th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 157.191 Renk, Janice 4420 S 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 150 Renken, Virgil Plato, Minnesota 184 Reynolds, Robert W. 4435 Pioneers Blvd. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 149,171 Rice, Glenda 3555 9th Boulder, Colorado 34,122,191,193 Richards, H. M. S. iSr,l 20,21 Richards, Gary 10 Branel St. Camden, Main 04843 184 Richards, Margaret F. 731 B. St. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 49,184 Richards, Mary Ann 731 B St, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 83,180 Riddick, Gail Box 401 Millbrook, New York 191 Rideout, JoAnn 5211 Pioneers Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 171 Rideout, Lowell David 5211 Pioneers Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 138,152,171 Ritchie, David 403 W 26th St. South Sioux City, Nebraska 68776 125,126,191 Ritter, Maryanda 4331 S 49th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 191 Rivinius, Jerry Lynden Box 588 Mobridge, South Dakota 57601 171 Rivinius, Sheryl Rae 521 4th Ave. W Mobridge, South Dakota 57601 191 Roach, Arthur Kern Court Apt. C Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 127,184 Roach, Edith 4928 Bancroft Apt. C Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 184 Roach, Veronica Box 6344 Nassau N.P., Bahamas 84,126,127,178 Roberts, Bobby G. 2915 Osage Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 66,178 Roberts, Carole Route 1, Box 183 Kosciusko, MS 85 Roberts, Gary 7806 Martin St. Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 178 Roberts, Ray 4823 S St, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 184 Ritter, Maryanda 4331 S 49th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 191 Rivinius, Jerry Lynden Box 588 Mobridge, South Dakota 57601 171 Rivinius, Sheryl Rae 521 4th Ave. W Mobridge, South Dakota 57601 191 Roach, Arthur Kern Court Apt. C Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 127,184 Roach, Edith 4928 Bancroft Apt. C Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 184 Roach, Veronica Box 6344 Nassau N.P., Bahamas 84,126,127,178 Roberts, Bobby G. 2915 Osage Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 66,178 Roberts, Carole Route 1, Box 183 Kosciusko, MS 85 Roberts, Gary 7806 Martin St. Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 178 Roberts, Ray 4823 S St, Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 184 Roberts, Steve A. 2915 Osage Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 191 Robertson, Sheila 3935 S 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 173 Robinett, Roger 1808 Wilshire Court Casper, Wyoming 82601 127,191,193 Robinson, Laura B. 3245 Valley Forge Trail Fort Worth, Texas 76119 171 Robinson, Robert J. ffac.l 5130 Prescott Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 95,108 Rockwell, Emily M. Apartado 3960 San Jose, Costa Rica Central America 128,191 Rodman, Debra Route 1, Box 300 Strafford, Missouri 65767 125,132,184 Roeske, John R. 1611 Stillwater Ave. St. Paul, Minnesota 55106 178 , Roethler, Diana 1804 E 31st. St. Minneapolis, Minnesota 50,184 Rogers, W. Dean 2945 Prairie Road Lgqcoln, Nebraska 68506 Rogers, Ernest Eugene Oakwood College Husntsville, Alabama 7 Ronk, Bruce A, ifac.l 2524 Cheshire N Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 122,123 Root, Beth 4927 Prescott Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 184 Rose City Singers 35 Rosen, Dwight Route 1, Box 135 Clear Lake, Wisconsin 54005 191 Rosenthal, Robert Ill 4355 Drexel Riverside, California 92505 66,191 Rowell, Pamela 2132 Francis Ave. SW Birmingham, Alabam 1 35211 26,184 Rowland, Bonnie Jean 5300 Locust Lbncoln, Nebraska 68506 1 1 Rowland, Dale Wilson 5300 Locust Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 90,163,171 Rowland, Neil W. ffac.j 5300 Locust Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Royal, Beverly June 4706 Hillside Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 126,191 Ruggles, Danny 617 North Western Ames, Iowa 50010 66,125,126,191 Russell, Arlene 4747 Linden St. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 164 Russell, Dorothy ifac,l 4030 S 40th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 138 Russell, J. Don ifac.l 4747 Linden St. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 136 Ruths, Judy 1935 Brunswick Ave. N Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422 191 Ryan, Mike 5200 Cooper Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 17B S Sabin, William Route 1 Arpin, Wisconsin 54410 184 Sample, Michael 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 125,191 Sanders, Roma 3622 S 52nd Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 126,171 Sanders, Sylvia 815 SE 7th St. Mineral Wells, Texas 178 Santiago, Eve 1112 Humacao St. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 00925 191 Satterlee, John Box 73 Rolla, Missouri 65401 184 Sawh, Ruth 4523 Calvert Lirgcoln, Nebraska 68506 17 Scheller, Sharon Route 1, Box 75 Pierce, Colorado 80650 56,85,125,185 Schilt, Nathan E. 5026 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 52,90,166,171 Schilt, Virginia R. 5026 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 77 Schimke, Ardella 9906 126 Street East Puyallup, Washington 185 Schlisner, Marietta Frederick, South Dakota 57441 191 Schneider, Roland Max 724 W Broadway Enid, Oklahoma 73701 177 Schram, Bev Route 1 Bennett, Nebraska 68317 57,171 Schram, Walter ifac.l Route 1 Bennett, Nebraska 68506 113 Schultz, Claudia 144,145 4411 Minnetonka Blvd. Minneapolis, Minnesota 72,83,139 Schultz, Edward 3327 Arnold Topeka, Kansas 66614 191 Schultz, Janet D. 3327 Arnold Topeka, Kansas 66614 171 Schwab, Ernest 521 N Lincoln North Platte, Nebraska 32 Schwab, Judy 2773 S Franklin Denver. Colorado 80210 172 Scull, Tom 164 Seale, Rosalyn 522 N 7th Street Brainerd, Minnesota 56401 50,185 Sears, Susan 19 Greendale Dr. St. Charles, Missouri 63301 185 Sederstrom, Linda Rt. 2, Box 273 E Loveland, Colorado 80537 191 Segebartt, John Hepler. Kansas 97,185 Segebartt, Karl qfac.l 153,154 Seibert, Jenny L, Laurelbrook Academy Dayton, Tennessee 37321 191 Sewer, E, Valerius 5010 Bancroft Ave. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 191 Sheets, Hallie Elaine lfac.l 4815 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 153,192 Sheets, Walter ifac.l 4851 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 153 Sheffer, Carolyn 2417 S Lafayette Denver, Colorado 80210 82,172 Sheriff, Al City Park Rd. Alexandria, Minnesota 56308 84,114,185 Shull, Pamela 320 Lyman Ave. Covina, California 126,179 Shultz, Dan ifac.l 4516 S 47th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 48,124,125,129 Shumaker, Darlene Humboldt, South Dakota 180 Shupe, O. L. ifac.l 6700 Pine Lake Rd. Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 53,124 Sierra, Nancy 3910 S 51 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 158,185 Sierra, William 3910 S 51 Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 179 Sievers, Luanne Taylor, North Dakota 58656 157,192 Siewert, Steve Box 47 Bowdle, South Dakota 57428 69,192 Simerman, Reece 164 Simmons, N, Bruce Route 1 Mystic, iowa 52574 192 Simmons, Darlene M, 4711 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 192 Skinner, Gail F. 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 185 Skinner, Larry 5302 Lowell Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 66,171 Slater, Ruth A. 112 Pleasant St. Berrien Springs, Michigan 49103 192 Smestad, Ann Marie 5010 Boeckner Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 192 Smith, Cheryl 1049 Mitchell Dr. Fairbault, Minnesota 55021 83,172,192 Smith, Don ifac.J 5220 CooDer lincoln, Nebraska 68506 Smith, Floda ifac.J 3518 S 48th Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 85,135 Smith, Hope 1215 Fieidville Rd. Spartanburg, South Carolina 29301 179 Smith, Linda R. 1925 Orchard Boulder, Colo. 80302 69,85,125.185,186 Smith, Melvin 604 West 6 McCook, Nebraska 69001 179 Smith, Philip 716 Arapahoe Boulder, Colo. 80302 192 Smith, Cheryl iRothJ 2690 South Williams Denver, Colo. 80210 Snyder, Russell Allan Odell, Nebr. 192 Soderstrom, Don 1436 Superior Lincoln, Nebr. 68521 179 Spaulding, K.D. lfac,J 4510 So. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 144,145 Speer, Ruth 2487 South Corona Denver, Colo, 80210 172 Sprengel, Julia 4002 S. 52nd Lincoln, Nebr. 179 Sprengel, M, lfac.l 4002 S. 42nd Lincoln, Nebr. Stabel, Marva Lee Route 1 Siloam Springs, Ark. 72761 192 Stafford, Steve 6185 Brigadoon Dr. Longmont, Colo. 80501 192 Stair, Linda Box 532 Bangs, Texas 46,83,171 Staples, Susan K, Route 1, Box 295 Two Harbors, Minn, 55616 88,185 Starks, Joan 143 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, New York 10026 192 Stearns, Roger Dean 4642 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 172 Steenberg, Geoffrey 2200 Oakwood Drive St. Paul, Minn. 55112 192 Steffen, Fairy June 201 West Ash Street Lancaster, Wisconsin 63813 192 Sterling, Linda 6100 Queens Way Madison, Wisconsin 53716 82,162,171,172 Stone, George P. lfaol 4430 Van Dorn Lincoln, Nebr. 120,121 Stone, Suzi 4430 Van Dorn Lincoln, Nebr. 83,180 Stolz, Marlys Carrington, N. Dak. 58421 192 Stotz, Valerie Box 258 McLaughlin, So. Dak. 57642 158,192 Stout, Lanny 4207 Prescott Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 75,76,179 Stowe, Darlene Friswell's Hill Pembroke East, Bermuda 172 Strange. Stanley E, 2831 So. 47th Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 126,192 Stratton, Sarah 511 W. 39th Street A Kansas City, Missouri 64111 69,179 Strickland. Leon ifac.l 153 Strom, William 42649 Isle Royal Fremont, California 94538 185 Stutzman. Arla 4903 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 85,953,185 Surdal, F. L. ifac.l 5030 Boeckner Lincoln, Nebr. 112 Surdal, Kelvin 5030 Boeckner Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 192 Sutter, Shirley 7711 Madison Omaha, Nebr. 68127 58,180 Sutton, Tom 148 South Street Middletown, New York 10940 96,185 Swayze, Myrna Lee 1117 Orange Muscatine, Iowa 52761 192 Swenson, David 11385 Hillcrest Loma Linda, Calif. 92354 144,172 Swingle, Mary Lou 2338 Cardenas Dr., N.E. Albuquerque, N, Mexico 128,185 Swingle, Stanley 4818 Pioneers Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 192 T Tachenko, Cody Grarry Butte, No. Dak. 58634 171 Tachenko, Darlene Killdeer, N. Dak, 58640 74,185 Tachenko, Michael 488 Prospect Hutchinson, Minn. 55350 192 Tachenko, Rita 5322 Meredeth U.L Ranch Grassy Butte, No. Dak. 58634 185 Tachenko, Shirley Grassy Butte, No. Dak. 58634 138,185 Tackett, Valerie Jean 603 Mason Avenue Rock Falls, lll. 61071 80,87,166,172 Tan, Fung Ying 3 Glasgow Road Singapore 19 185 Tannihill, Patricia A. 4718 Urbandale Ave. Des Moines, Iowa 50310 27,113,192 Testerman, Carol 5515 Linden Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 127,185,186 Testerman, Elmer lfac.l 5515 Linden Lincoln, Nebr, 68516 124,127,129 Testerman, Jim 5515 Linden St. Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 125,129,192 Testerman, Judith 5515 Linden St. Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 171 Tetz, Ronald ifac.l 4315 Meredeth Lincoln, Nebr. 56,95,115,153,155 Tham, Francis 219 Macpherson Road Singapore, 13 Singapore 185 Thames, Barbara 410 Norwood Ave. Buffalo, New Vork 14222 125,185 Thames, Linda 410 Norwood Ave. Buffalo, New York 14222 83 Thayer, Jerry tfac,l 5021 Claire Lincoln, Nebraska 67,96,105.126 Thiry, Gary Don Route 4 Lawrence, Kansas 185 Thomas, Clyde 2401 S. Joe Avenue Berrien Spring, Mich. 49103 179 Thomkins, Carol 3909V2 S. 52nd St, Lincoln, Nebr. 127 Thompson, Charles 1375 Zenobia Denver, Colo. 80204 125,192 Thomson, George 4610 S. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 75,130 Thomson, Mrs, Geroge 4610 S. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 108 Thompson, Gerry 5131 Woodland Lincoln. Nebr. 130,131 Thomson, John 4610 So. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 185 Thomson, Mari Jo 4610 So. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 192 Thurber, Carol 96,185 Tikker, Nyia Jane 611 E. Third Street Hinsdale, Ill. 192 Trana, James 1911 Simpson Avenue St. Paul, Minn. 55113 179 Treat. Weldon Route 2, Box 376 Battleground, Wash. 98604 172 Truax, Roxanne J. Ridgeview, S, Dakota 57652 192,193 Trujillo, Rick 3011 So. Downing Englewood, Colo. 80110 185 Tunnel iThel 46 Turner, Keith 5349 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 116 Tusken, Lana 210 Stony View Court St. Louis, Missouri 63141 116,172 Tyson, Pat 2482 South Josephine Denver, Colo. 80210 83,172 U Ucci, Sanita Route 2 Amboy, Illinois 61310 83,180 V Valentine, Cathy 26242 Byron Highland, Calif. 92346 84,179 Vandeman, Rob 2590 S. Clarkson St, Denver, Colo. 80210 53,84,88,179 Van Horn, Arlene lZahradnicekl 980 E. Harvard Denver, Colo. 80210 82,83,172 Van Sickle, Ellen Jerseyville Ontario, Canada 128 Van Tuyl, Mark 5201 Calvert Lincoln, Nebraska 185 Vargas, Roque 4523 Calvert Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 179 Vaughn, Pat 147 Vaughn, Ronald 4928 Bancroft Apt. H Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 149,172 Veith, Judy Ann 1419 Clarendon Drive Wayzata, Minn. 55391 78,192 Verlo, Terry Route 3 Excelsior, Minn. 55331 97,131,172 Ver Steeg, Gary 210 S. 15th Ave. W. Newton, Iowa 50208 192 Vise, Charles 2941 West 73rd Avenue Westminster, Colo. 80030 179 Vollmer, Ken McLaughlin, S. Dak. 57642 192 Vollmer, Ken McLaughlin, S. Dak, 57642 192 Vollmer, Sandra McLaughlin, So. Dak. 57642 185 Voss, Lynette 7422 Tours Houston, Texas 82,172 W Waggoner, John 5820 So. Third St. Joseph, Mo, 192 Wagner, Cindy Route 1, Box 144 A Commerce City, Colo. 80022 192 Wagner, Ed Route 1 Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 85,90,126,185 Wagner, Janet L. 511 N. Bth - Garden City, Kansas 67846 53.126192 Wahlen, Greg 4115 Colfax No, Minneapolis, Minn. 55412 172,173 Walden, Margaret R. Route 2, Box 556 Franksville, Wis, 53126 192 Walker, David E. 826 Fairview Canon City, Colo, 81212 185 Wall, Jan 502 S.W. 42nd Street Loveland, Colo. 80537 192 Wall, Jerry 502 S.W, 42nd Street Loveland, Colo, 80537 125,185 Waller, Marlene 715 N. 8th Brainerd, Minnesota 57,80,150,185 Wallman, Lynda Joy 1107 Colorado Huron, So. Dak. 57350 192 Walters, Robert ffac.l 2501 Lynn Circle Lincoln, Nebr. 126 Ward, Cedric ffacl 4101 S, 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 130,131 Ward, Stephen 722 Max Salina, Kansas 67401 125,126,179 Warner, Joan 3310 20th St, S.E, Auburn, Washington 27,41,125 Warren, Gene 2523 Lawrence St. Dallas, Texas 75215 192 Wasemiller, Mark R.R. 3 Wahpeton, N. Dak. 58075 179 Waterhouse, Lynette Esko, Minn. 55733 50,185,186 Watson, Ruth 900 Third Ave. Leavenworth, Kansas 66048 179,193 Watts, Joe Bill Watts clo Box 365 Lakin, Kansas 67860 173 Watts, Sherry 5201 Calvert Lincoln. Nebr. 68506 61,147,172 Watts, Susan R.R. 1 Wellington, Kansas 67152 192 Webb, Janet 1001 E. Calif. Ave. Apartment 12 Glendale, Calif. 90,127 Weber, Danny RR 3, Box 756 Sioux Falls, So. Dak. 57106 26,192 Wehling, Jeanice Diller, Nebr. 68342 90,185 Wehling, Lynette Diller, Nebr. 68342 192 Welch, Linda R.R. 1 Hanna, Alberta, Canada 126,185 Weikum, Dessa Rae Route 2, Box 85 L-lsrvey, No. Dak. 58341 2 Weisz, Renee Hurdsfield, No. Dak. 58451 180 Weisz, Rita RR 1 Hurdsfield, No. Dak. 58351 192 Welch, Henry 4908 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 173 Doss, ROIIBIC R. Welch, Lowell lfac.l 5257 Lowell Lincoln, Nebr. 104 Wendell, Karen 2626 So. Penn. St. Denver, Colo. 80210 126,179 Werner, Tom lfac.l 5210 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 14,118,119 Wesslen, Jerry Platte Valley Academy Shelton, Nebraska 68876 185 Wesslen, Judy 672 E. Amherst Place Egiglewood, Colo. 80110 1 5 West, Joyce 3301 Garfield Kansas City, Missouri 192 Westermeyer, Leonard A. 4834 Hillside Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 126,162,173 Westermeyer, Linda J. 4834 Hillside Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 126,173 Weygandt, Linda 126 Wheeling, John 1220 Russell Blvd. Thornton, Colo. 80229 185 White, Adrian Sue 2351 So. Mario St. Denver, Colo. 80210 192,193 White, Connie 4533 Stockwell Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 A Aitken, Delmar R. Colporteur Club President, 23 MV Master Guide Leader, 23 Sunshine Bands. 33 MV Leader, 43 Col- porter Club Vice-president, 33 Pre-med club president, 4. Alway, Barbara Student-Staff Council, 4. Anders, Robert Health Committee, 3: Den- ver Curriculum Committee. 3. Armiio, Jerilyn J. Ladies Chorus, 23 Sabbath School teacher, 2: Prayer Band Leader, 33 Sextet, 3. Austin, Jerry W. Temperance Secretary, 1: Colporteur Club pastor, 13 Ministerial Club, 1,2,3,4. Avey, Lynette Sophomore class treasurer. 23 Denver Food Committee. 3. Ballard, Carol Sue lSuel Kappa Theta, 1,2,3,4. Barnes, Audrey Science Club, 13 Interna- tional Club. 33 Girls' Club, 3: Colporteur Club, Sec- retary-treasurer, 3. Bascom, Dorothy M. Sabbath School Secretary, 23 MV Secretary, 3. Baugher, Ted P. Beck, Jerry L. Mens' Club, 2,4. Bell, Ora l0rrieJ M. Mens' Club, 1,2,3,43 Minis- terial Club President, 23 Colporteur Club, 3,43 MV Evangelism Committee Chairman, 3: ASB Pro- motions Committee Chair- man, 33 Colporteur Club President, 33 Football Cap- tain,3. Bennett, Anita L. Betlinski, Paul E. Junior Class President, 33 Pre-med Club President, 33 Sabbath School Super- intendent, 43 Student Mis- sionary Committee, 4. Bischoff, Juanita K. Golden Cords Portrait Ed- itor, 23 Kappa Theta Cul- tural Secretary, 2. Booker, Ernest R. Men's Club, 2,3,43 Busi- ness Club, 2,33 Afro-Amer- ican Club, 3,4, Vice-presi- dent 3. Borton, Harvey D. Golden Cords, 23 Interna- tional Club Vice-President, 3: Teachers' Club, 4. Borton, Myrtle E. Administrative Management White, Craig 12003 Reche Canyon Rd. Colton, Calif, 192 White, Jennifer 3232 N, 16th Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53206 88,179 White, Randy W. 4928 Bancroft Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 173 Whitehead, Barb 33 Wickizer, Philip Ft.R. T. Bennett, Nebraska 68317 179 Wiedemann, Paul 3200 Mulbury Ave. Muscatine, Iowa 179 Wiedemann, Victor 3200 Mulbury Muscatine, lowa 52761 192 Wier, Fred Eugene 201 Golden Crown San Antonio, Texas 78223 90,144,173 Wiese, Garnet 3839 Sherman Blvd. Des Moines, Iowa 50310 192 Will, Kenneth Route 9 Topeka, Kansas 66604 Williams, Nora 3819 S. 52nd Lincoln, Nebr. 103 Williams, Sharon 2209 Western Topeka, Kansas 66611 Society Secretary-treasurer, 4. Bottslord, Bruce E. Men's Club, 2,3,43 MV Out- door Club, 4. Bowers, Dave L. Student Council, 23 Sab- bath School Usher, 33 Men's Club President, 33 Health and Recreation Committee Chairman, 4. Brock, Helen lMcCoyl Brown, Julia A. Kappa Theta, 1,2,3,43 Ed- ucation Club, 1,2,3,43 Amer- ican Temperance Society, 1,2,3,4. Burghart, David Sabbath School organist, 23 MV organist, 3,41 Band, 1,2,3,43 Student director of band, 4. Burghart, Verna Sabbath School superinten- dent, 4. Buttler, Bruce E. Buxton, Robert A. C Carter, Susan Peanut Hill staff, 43 Spe- cial Productions Committee Chairman, 3. Chaddic, James R. Men's Club, 1,2,3,4. Clark, Judith E. Kappa Theta Pianist, 23 Sabbath School pianist, 33 Orchestra, 3,43 Unionaires Vice-president, 3. Clark, Loella E. Pre-med Club, 1,2,3,4. Coleman, Barbara lwhiteheadl Chairman Special Produc- tions Committee, 3. Croak, Linda J. D Davis, Lyle D. Freshman Class Pastor, 13 Freshman Class President, 23 Head Usher, 23 Usher Club President, 33 Minis- terial Club Vice-president, 33 International Club Presi- dent, 33 Ministerial Club Newsletter Editor, 43 MV Press Relations Secretary, 3. Devnich, Margaret E. lMargeJ Home Economics Club, 1,2, 3.4, Vicegresident, 33 Ed- ucation lub, 2,3,43 MV Committees, 3,43 Sabbath School organist, 43 Kappa Theta pianist, 4. Diehl, Frank A. Dickinson, Ruth E. Kappa Theta, l,2,3,4Q Teachers' Club, 1,2,3,43 ln- ternational Club, 2,3,4. Dittberner, Beverly K. Dodds, Larry H H Business C l u b publicity 69,88,185 Williamson. Sandra Jo 1510 Kimes Avenue Twin Falls, ldaho 83301 173 Wills, Bob 11728 Dorothy St., Apt. 309 West Los Angeles, Calif. 90049 24,179 Wilson, Bruce Box 1211 Cortez, Colo. 81321 125,185 Wilson, Enid L. 810 E. Harvard Denver, Colo. 80210 173 Wilson, Larry Route 1, Box 117 Berthoud, Colo. 80513 185 Wilson, Lin-How 4850 Sherman Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 151, 173 Wiltse, Curtis G. 1010 So. 3rd Wahpeton, No. Dak. 58075 6O,162,166,173 Wintermeyer, Dena 4441 So. 49th Street Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 192 Wintermeyer, Glen 4441 So. 49th Street Lincoln, Nebr. 68516 24,77 Wit, Anita 218 E, 10th Grand Island, Nebr. 68801 185 Wit, Leonard 218 E. 10th Grand Island, Nebr. 68801 secretary, 33 Administrative Management Society, lpres- identl 3. Dorchuck, Carolyn L. Teachers of Tomorrow, 2. Teachers of Tomorrow pub- licity secretary, 13 Sabbath School teacher, 1,2. Dunlop, Wayne Administrative Management Society, 3,4. E Engle, Nadeane R. Kappa Theta,1,2,3,43 Home Economics Club, 1. 2,4. Evard, Mary E. F Feather, Custer R. Ferguson, Dave J. Program Productions Com- mittee, 23 Student Center Committee Chairman, 23 Union for Christ, Probe, 23 Ministerial Club, 23 Stu- dent-Staff Council chair- man, 33 MV leader, 3: ASB committees, 3. Flemmer, Elsie Sabbath School teacher, 13 Head Usherette, 13 Ushers' Club Vice-president, 23 Kappa Theta Vice-president, 23 Student Council, 2,33 MV committee, 33 ASB Ex- ecutive Vice-president, 4, Furne, Ervin J. H Student Council, 23 Junior Class Sargeant-at-arms, 33 Ministerial Club Public Re- lations Secretary, 33 Amer- ican Temperance Society, Off-campus Publicity Sec- retary, 4. Furne, Judith A. Kappa Theta Cultural Sec- retary, 13 Kappa Theta Soc- ial Vice-president, 23 Stu- dent-Staff Council Publicity Secretary, 2. G Giardina, Jerry F. Gibb, Lawrence, E. Orchestra President, 3. Giblin, Margaret Sabbath School teacher, 2. Gibson, Martha Denver MV, 33 Denver Rec- reation Committee. 43 Den- ver Peanut Hill-Fine Arts, 4. Glovatsky, Elmer L. Choir, 13 Foreign Missions Band Leader, 33 Vice-presi- dent Ministerial Associa- tion, 33 Men's Chorus, 4, Gooch, Lynn Gottlried, Eugene E. Wittmier, Arlys 164 Wolford, Melvin 3825 S. 44th Lincoln, Nebr. 121 Witzel, Thomas 3743 48th Street Lincoln, Nebr. 192 Woods, Dale Gridley, Calif. 192 Wooledge, Marcy Box 264 Inwood, Iowa 51240 25,192 Wooledge, Lesli Box 264 Inwood. Iowa 51240 184 Wooten, Sharon Albion. Iowa 185 Wu, Seng Hock 1104 Wilson Ave. No, 8 Glendale, Calif. 91206 179 Wu, Sik Chiu 728 Nathan Road Hong Kong 192 X Ximenez, Erick 499 Costa Rica Mexicali, Lower Calif. Mexico 172 Y Yackley, Lorene 164 Yeung, Kwong-Tai 8 Duke Street Kowloon, Hong Kong 185 Yeo, Lee Chiang 36 A. Florence Road Singapore 179 179 Young, Dave Box 125 Brainerd, Minn. 56401 192 Young, Joy Malamulo Mission P.O. Makwasa Malawi, Africa 50,78,85,125,186 Z Zabolotney. Arla 1909 Divide Bismarck, No. Dak. 58501 185 Zabolotney, Terry 1909 Divide Avenue Bismarck, No. Dak. 58501 66,125,126,193 Zeelau, Jennifer A. 2932 So. 46th Street Lincoln, Nebr. 68506 99,108,173 Zerbe, Marilyn Harrison, Nebr. 69346 185 Zuchowski, Larry 167 Victorian Drive Ft. Worth, Texas 175,179 Zummach, Russell 4921 Lowell Avenue Lirgcoln, Nebr. 68506 SENIOR SUMMARIES H Hagelgantz, Elaine A. Student center committee. 23 MV committees, 3: Stu- dent Council, 33 Home Economics Club president, 33 Program Productions committee, 43 Sabbath School superintendent, 4. Hamilton, Connie lMarcheIl ASB secretary, 33 Denver Clock Tower, 4. Hanson, Janice L. Kappa Theta, l,2,3,4Q Sab- bath School teacher, 33 Home Economics Club, 3, 43 Sabbath School secre- tary, 43 Student Senate, 4. Heghesan, Helmer Student missionary, 3. Hilliard, Beverly A. Penpusher's Club, 1,22 Bul- letin Board Secretary, 23 Band Public relations sec- retary, 33 Program Produc- tions Committee, 33 Golden Cords secretary, 33 Peanut Hill secretary, 3,43 Summer Sabbath School, 33 Co- chairman, MV Public Fle- lations Committee, 3. Horob, Darlene Kappa Theta, l,2,3,4Q Sab- bath School teacher, 2,32 Usherette, 2.3: MV com- mittee, 3. J Johnson, Darwin A. Men's Club, 2,3,4. Johnson, Mary Lou Kappa Theta, 1,2,3,43 Prayer Band Leader, 1,2,3, 43 MV Student-to-Student Committee member, 3. K Kerr, LaVonne R. Sabbath School Secretary, 23 MV Treasurer, 33 Flying Club secretary, 33 Educa- tion Club President, 4. Kirschbaum, Leroy R. Education Club, 4. Klein, Aldine Denver Food Committee, 4. Kostenko, Lynda M. Sabbath School pianist, 23 Foreign Mission Band or- ganist, 23 MV Public Re- lations secretary, 33 Sab- bath School officer, 33 Union for Christ publicity secretary, 33 Student Mis- sionary, 3. Krueger, Judy A. Education Club, 1,2. L Little, Dorothy lDee Deel Freshman Vice-president, 13 Promotions Committee, 23 Student Center Committee chairman, 3. Lucero, Dorothy P. Kappa Theta, 1,2,3,4: Ush- erette, 2. Lynch, Claudia C. lCarolJ Music Club, 1,2,3,43 Pen- pusher's Club, 2. Maline, Judy Denver MV, 3. March, Glenda E. Kappa Theta, 1,2,3,43 Sun- shine Bands Leader, 33 American Education Associ- ation Secretary-treasurer, 43 Sabbath School Secretary, 4. Matthews, Bobbie J. Kappa Theta, 1,2,3,4. Mathis, Edwin Business Club, 33 Brass Ensemble, 3. Mayberry, Melodie I. Orchestra, 13 Junior Vice- president, 33 Student-Staff Council, 3. McClain, Richard E. McCoy, Katherine lKathyl lColel Denver Recreation Com- mittee, 4. McKey, F. Duane lltllinisterial Club President, Meeker, Bonnie L. ASB Social Committee, 2. Meyerholtz, Delilah Food Committee, 3. Mills, Lowell D. Modeste, Naomi Sabbath School teacher, 4, Nash, Michelle Student Council, 23 Clock Tower reporter, 2,3. Nazarenus, Wayne A. Men's Club, 1,2,3,43 Minis- terial Club, 1,2,3,43 Litera- ture Evangelist Club, 2,3,4. Nelson, Grant C. Ministerial Club, 1,2,3,43 MV Society, 1,2,3,43 Men's Club, 1,22 MV Community Service Coordinator, 23 Band,2. Nyman, Donna J. Kappa Theta Chorister, 33 Unionaires Secretary, 33 Program Productions Com- mittee, 33 Student-to-Stu- Sometimes it seemed The days would last forever,- But then we awoke To see people going and coming, To see concepts changing shape As they moved from mind To mind. The rain that brought forth life So long ago, The rain that nourished And strengthened Through all the years, ,fs A5 1 L J- " fi 3- at ' ' 41' ' ?-le' Wg. - 2 si' -A 'aff 'Af 1, ' Q 2 .41 ' -J , wi 1:55, v ' .Q 1- -jf 1, 7 "H: - '7 f.: -Q v Q ' .fi I 561, ' H I me . , '-'. 1 - - M" Courtesy of Union College Public Relations ,-,,M .ai"i"'l"i'f'N.' - in - wa- W e 'Pls , 5 ., ...e Q . 3 if if 1 Y 1-'-rf ' 2 ff 4.15. 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