Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)
- Class of 1966
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STESPEAN 66 Volume 39 Union College Barbourville, Kentucky Buddy Salyer . . . Editor Mary Lewis . . . Asst. Ed. Eric Quist . . . Bus. Man. Cover design by Coby Palmer Weeta- Union College Barbourville, KY 40906 table of contents Traditions 51 Sports 61 Clubs 73 Leadership 117 Classes 131 Senior Directory 161 Index 163 dedication Frances Patridge " I ' ve just come from a place at the lake bottom! " — that is the look on the little duck ' s face. Joso Nearing autumn ' s close, my neighbor, now — what is it that he does? Basho Insects one hears — and one hears the talk of men with different ears. Wafu A little child: he starts to laugh, and autumn nightfall. Issa The whole long day he sang, and is unsated stil the skylark. Basho The grove in spring: even the birds that prey on birds are slumbering. Ranko 10 This Dewdrop World — a dewdrop world it is, and still, although it is . . . Issa 4 -..... U S w i fen Lean frog, don ' t give up the fight! Issa is here! Issa 12 Come! With each other let ' s play — little sparrow without any mother! Issa 13 " M wt H iffH - V 14 At still-living eyes have they come here to prick? The ever-restless flies! Shiki 15 Obedience is here: even the silent flowers speak to the inmost ear. Onitsura 16 A trout leaps high — below him, in the river bottom, clouds flow by. Onitsura , . H i? bmmp 17 From what tree ' s bloom it comes, I do not know, but — this perfume! Basho 18 Sad twilight cricket . . . Yes, I have wasted Once again Those daylight hours. Rikei 19 Stubborn woodpecker Still hammering At twilight At that single spot. Issa 20 Oh! I ate them all And oh! What a Stomach-ache . , Green stolen apples. Shiki • ,P Immediately . . . on their spring return tireless swallows zig-zagging. Taigi 22 Little gray cuckoo: sing and sing; and fly and fly Oh, so much to do! Basho m ■ fl 1 Well then, Let ' s go — To the place where we tumble down Looking at snow! Basho 24 To ears defiled by sermons — a cuckoo. Shiki 25 s Soft snowflakes settle Down on these Unstirring ducks . A world of silence Shiki r s V Last night a snowfall . Today clear cobalt Heaven and White-mantled pines. Roka ■N 27 With all the rains of May in the Oi, I have crossed it! Pretty clever — eh? Buson COLLEGE I 28 29 «£«-» ft Springtime rain: together, intent upon their talking, go straw-raincoat and umbrella. Buson Not even a hat — and cold rain falling on me? Tut-tut! think of that! Basho 31 Sleeping, then waking and giving a great yawn, goes out love-making. Issa the cat 32 Snow-isolated . . . Once more I press My back against My thinking-post. Basho 33 Haiku! Reading through three thousand, I have here persimmons — two! Shiki 34 The moor hens sing, and to their tempo — look! — the clouds are hurrying. Issa 36 37 Somehow it seems wrong: to take one ' s noonday nap and hear a rice-planting song. Issa ■■- ' im( fl rw wjw fTT " He who appears before you now — is the Toad of this Thicket. " Issa 39 40 Beautiful lady Buffeted by rude Spring winds . . . What Sweet storm you make. Kito Experimenting . . . I hung the moon On various Branches of the pine. Hokushi _ :: JT_ ' I QQu r-ta L 42 The dragonfly hunter — today, what place has he got to, I wonder . . . Chiyo f TH " No you don ' t! Get out! . . . Thus they warmly welcomed me To their new-year feast. Rotsu Floating butterfly When you dance Before my eyes . . Issa, Man of Mud. Issa 45 o Now this good sea slug Has both head And tail ... But God Knows which is which. Kyorai 46 On how to sing the frog school and the skylark school are arguing. Shiki — M 1 1 AM ; . ■ 47 I The days are slow: there are echoings one hears in a corner of Kyo. Buson ■■■a hi 48 A day of spring: a hamlet where not anyone is doing anything. Shiki 49 What will may hap out in the world! — I, turning priest, go to my noonday nap! Soseki 50 r a d i t • i o n s 51 mr. union bill trent Mr. Union for 1965-66 is Bill Trent of Rich- mond, Virginia. At Union, Bill has served as president of his class for four consecu- tive years. A member of the varsity basket- ball team, he was chosen All KIAC Center during his junior and senior years, and for the 1965-66 season he was named KIAC Player of the Year. Bill is also a member of the track team, the U Club, and the Circle K club. 52 Miss Claudia Havens of Endicott, New York, was elected Miss Union for 1965-66. Claudia has been president of Cwens, 1964-65 Home- coming Queen, a member of the Student Senate and Beta Chi Alpha. In 1965 she was Union ' s representative to the Mountain Laurel Festival at Pineville, Kentucky. Claudia is presently a member of the Women ' s Music Association, the Collegium Musicum, and the Choir. miss union Claudia havens 53 miss stespean 66 anna hieronymus Miss Anna Hieronymus of Lexington, Ken- tucky, was selected Miss Stespean 66 by Hugh M. Hefner, editor of Playboy. Anna is a freshman working toward a degree in English and Philosophy, and represents the Milesians. 54 homecoming queen miss monna williams This year, three candidates from the Sopho- more, Junior, and Senior classes were nomi- nated for Homecoming Queen. Miss Monna Lee Williams, a sophomore from Clarksville, Indiana, was selected by the student body as the 1965-66 Queen. An elementary edu- cation major, Monna plans to finish her edu- cation and then teach. At Union Monna has been an officer of A.W.S., a member of the Judiciary Board of Pfeiffer Hall, the Home Economics club, Pi Epsilon Alpha, Newman Club, and a candidate for Stespean Queen. She is presently em- ployed in the work-study program. alpha phi omega sweetheart queen mary carol giron Miss Mary Carol Giron was selected as the 1965-66 Sweetheart Queen by the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. She is a junior elementary education major from Trenton, New Jersey. Mary is now a cheerleader, a member of the U Club and Beta Chi Alpha, and was an attendant in the 1965-66 Homecoming Court. 56 snow queen joy lumpkins The Snow Queen for 1965-66, elected by the Circle K and crowned at the annual Snow Ball, is Miss Joy Lumpkins of Barbourville, Kentucky. While working toward a degree in elementary education Joy has been active in the SNEA and the U Club. She has been se- lected as a cheerleader for the past two years. 57 a.w.s. sweetheart queen sara gilpin Miss Sara Gilpin of Nashville, Tennessee, was selected the 1965-66 Sweetheart Queen by the Association of Women Students for her contributions to campus and dormitory life. She has been a member of the Judiciary Board, vice president and secretary of the A.W.S., is now president of Pi Epsilon Alpha, and is a member of the Student Judicial Board. 58 mountain laurel representative Claudia havens Union ' s representative to the 1965 Mountain Laurel Festival in Pineville, Kentucky, was Miss Claudia Havens, a music education ma- jor from Endicott, New York. Claudia has been active in many campus organizations at Union. She has been presi- dent of Cwens, the 1964-65 Homecoming Queen, and a member of the Student Senate and Beta Chi Alpha. She is a member of the Women ' s Music Association, the Collegium Musicum, and the choir. She was elected Miss Union for 1965-66. After graduate school she plans to teach. 59 phi mu alpha sweethearts DlUk jerolyn lightner louise speck yvonne devaughn anita rayburn anna hieronymus 60 o r t s 61 b a s k e f b a I BASKETBALL TEAM. Kneeling: Bob Pittser, Billy Hill, Charlie Rutledge, Harry Loy. Ron Phipps, Doug Logan. Second Row: Coach Pete Moore, John Pendleton, Steve Mays, Bob Cox. Edward " Skip " Gregory, Paul Erslan, Larry Curd. Third Row: William Trent, Keith Wortinger, Art Sultzer, Ed Hoepfner, Don Bautz. 62 BASKETBALL RECORD— 1964-65 Union 62 Knoxville College 56 Union 72 Villa Madonna 63 Union 78 Rio Grande 79 Union 70 Hanover 58 Union 66 Xavier 96 Union 66 Campbell College 43 Union 63 Rio Grande 61 Union 81 Western Carolina 76 Union 64 Kentucky State 84 Union 51 Carson-Newman 69 Union 74 LM.U. 61 Union 84 Knoxville College 71 Union 78 Pikeville 70 Union 80 Centre 64 Union 74 Berea 69 Union 90 Campbellsville 70 Union 78 Georgetown 76 Union 71 Villa Madonna 62 Union 49 Transylvania 60 Union 64 Berea 53 Union 87 Centre 80 Union 71 Pikeville 63 Union 76 Transylvania 73 Union 73 Georgetown 82 Union 72 Campbellsville 61 Union 78 Kentucky State 60 Union 87 Pikeville 74 Union 97 Villa Madonna 75 Union 53 Transylvania 55 63 SWIMMING RECORD— 1964-65 Union 27 Eastern 67 Union 58 Berea 37 Union 71 Louisville 22 Union 54 Morehead 39 Union 31 Kent 61 Union 40 Morehead 55 Union 28 Eastern 62 Union 37 Swanee 54 Union 29 Alabama 55 Union 28 Vanderbilt 63 s w ■ I m m • i n g SWIMMING TEAM. First row: Jerry Halter, Tom Boyle, Bert Shepard, Fred Mellon. Second row: Coach Don Caiitri, Richard Reese, John Follit, Wally Lindermuth, Edward Alexander, Bob Linderman, Bob Long, Diving coach. Third row: Ted Bryson, Asst. Coach, Richard Kloss, George Crowell, Dan Hart, Jack Dolence. . .Iwlg ' il . . ■ ■ , ■ ' . ■ BASEBALL TEAM. Kneeling: Don Hicks. Ted Bryson. First Row: Bill Strong, Barry Foster, Norm Taylor, Glyn Patterson, Harry Loy, Ollie Farner, Jerry Halter. Second Row: John Pendleton, mgr.; Lou Lopez, Tom b a s e b a I White, Doug Logan, Ed Hoepfner, Lesler Booth, Bill Hartung, Russ Wyn- Dennie Parsons, Coach Pete Moore. BASEBALL RECORD— 1964-65 Union 3 LMU 14 Union 1,6 Georgetown 3,15 Union 6,6 Berea 5,2 Union 0,5 Cumberland 6,0 Union 9,3 Transylvania 1,8 Union 9,4 Rio Grande 7,2 Union 3,15 Pikeville 4,8 Union 8,3 Villa Madonna 9,6 Union 6,6 Centre 4,9 65 arlene matthews joy lumpkins mary edwards mary carol giron betsy shelton Janice blakley TJ%s " Sw 66 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. Front row: Jon lePeyre, Lee Williams, George Frazier. Second row: Coach Don Calitri, Randall Knuck- les, John Stewart, Walter List, Pete Parker. CROSS COUNTRY RECORD 1965-1966 Union 29 Georgetown 26 Union 37 Berea 20 Union 48 Cumberland 19 Union 31 Berea 24 Union 22 Centre Transylvania 34 71 c o u n t r y 67 im mi»u.,»..-.i uiMWm TRACK RECORD— 1964-1965 Union 45 Carson-Newman 86 Union 47 Knoxville College 89 Union 46 Cumberland 87 Union 46 Campbellsville 3 Union Lost Eastern Won Union Lost Georgetown Won Union 66 1 3 Centre 66 t r a c k t 99 tsac te v Fit ' J tr jH Barry Mar ' achetta, George Yuhasz, Jon LePeyre, Mike Parker Jamea Microutsicos, James Herzog, Roger Erhard. Rich Dillman. Bill Barrott, Stanley Kondracki, Ron Lee, mgr. Second row: Coach Paul Griffin. Don Anderson, Doug Logan, Ted Locke, John Kennedy. Richard Shomper, William Trent, Charles Tabb, Paul Burhans, Ed McDaniels, Steve Murphy, Harry Wolfersberger, Roger Truitt, asst. coach. 68 r: SK. - ' ■■ ■■ ' ' :■■ rv. • GOLF TEAM: John Farner, Lou Slais, Jack Stewart, Richard Hooker, Coach Herman Bush, GOLF RECORD— 1965-66 X •- ' Union 6 Berea 6 Union 12 Pikeville Union 11 Campbellsville 1 Union V 2 Cumberland 10 1 2 Union 11 Pikeville 1 Union 10 Villa Madonna 2 Union 5 Berea 7 Union 12 Georgetown Union 12 Villa Madonna Union 1% Cumberland 10V2 Union 12 Georgetown Union 12 Campbellsville Union 12 Georgetown g o I f 69 intra murals 71 72 73 Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary dramatic fra- ternity, organized for the purpose of providing an honor society for those attaining a high standard of work in dramatics. It sponsors drama productions for the enrichment of the campus community. Thes- pians are selected for membership after they have fulfilled the basic dramatic requirements of the fraternity and have shown a desire to be honored by membership. OFFICERS. Toni Fuller, President; Thom Lembo, Vice President; Sharon Bell, Point Recorder. Not shown: Paul Sowden, Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Stephan Gref, Sponsor. alpha psi omega ALPHA PSI OMEGA. Winn Douglass, Diane Trethaway, Dick Brock- way, Paula Peele, Earl Yost, Sharon Bell, Bruce Morrison, Toni Fuller, Thom Lembo. 74 Ovtc •.. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. Seated: Charles Rednour, David Lobb, Joseph Hissam. Standing: Dr. Jankovics, Dr. Haas, Arnold Waterman, Phil Sharp, Lester Booth, Janice Blakley. american chemical society The American Chemical Society attempts to instill in its members a desire to study chemistry and to orient them in the development of new fields in chemistry. 75 fc § S3 - 4k, Jg I iii E3 « ,•( j ART CLUB. Coby Palmer, Peggy Griffin, Barry Gray, Terry Bott. Mr. Byerley. art club The Art Club welcomes all those interested in creative artistic expression. The aim of the club is to further develop the appreciation and under- standing of art. The special activities of the club include an annual Christmas card sale, a Spring sidewalk art exhibit, a dance, and field trips. 78 The purpose of the Association of Women Students is to direct the af- fairs of student life and to promote spiritual growth and unity among the women residents. This association annually undertakes a variety of dif- ferent projects: Homecoming display, Big Sister Party, Christmas Tea, Val- entine Open House, Hospitality Week- end, and Mother ' s Weekend. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. Seated: Miss Goodwin, Vivian Vair, Sue Frazier, Elaine Wallace, Mrs. Covert, Toni Fuller, Miss Betty Young. Standing: Monna Williams, Anita Rayburn, Jeri Kinkade. association of women students JUDICIARY BOARD. Barbara Staderman, Karen Ramsey, Vivian Vair, Kathy Valentik. Not shown: Myra Parsons. COUNSELORS. Seated: Lucy Diaz, Paula Goldsberry, Mrs. Co- vert. Standing: Sue Frazier, Linda Bossman, Connie Squires, Melva Arthur, Kathy Brinley, Charlene Ayers, Phyllis Chaney, Kaye Scheeper. SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE. Seated: Anita Ray- burn. Standing: Pat Shaw, Viola Bradley. Not shown: Judith Holcomb. beta chi alpha Beta Chi Alpha is a social sorority serving the campus and student social life of Union College. In an effort to bring beauty, culture, and art to the college atmosphere it maintains several regular projects, including the two BXA rose beds, social teas and receptions for campus guests and new pledges, a Christmas party in conjunction with Circle K for the county ' s orphans, and the annual Presentation Ba ' l in th spring. SHARON BELL GINI BURDICK MARY EDWARDS » J jpl W SUE C. FRAZIER TONI FULLER MARY CAROL GIRON ■P MARTHA HOCTOR JERI KINKADE JEROLYN LIGHTNER JERRY MILLER £$? f JO DELLA NEACE DORA OXENDINE MYRA PARSONS STEPHANIE RILEY SO • JANE POWELL KAREN RAMSEY PAT SHAW BETSY SHELTON MARCIA SINGER BARBARA STADERMAN JUDY THURSTON DIANE J. TRETHAWAY i ' ¥ CHRIS TUHOLSKY VIVIAN VAIR MISS MARY ALICE LAY Sponsor MRS. FRANK GILBERT Sponsor 81 CIRCLE K. First Row: Dave Apner, Vice President; Dr. Frank Gilbert. Advisor; John Drew, President. Second: Ron Sell, Ken Boggs, Barry Pekich, Program Coordinator; Bruce Rollman, Treas- urer; Jim Hollifield, Russ Brewster, Historian. Third: Earl Yost, Russ Wynkoop, Jim West, Al Cini, Paul Sowden, Secretary; Ed Lamb, Paul Bales. Fourth: Barry Wood, Craig Taylor, Frank Beddia, Dave Simon, Barry Gray, John Pilkey. Fifth: Don Ander- son, Secretary; Phil Newbert, Bill Boyington, Craig Clemow, Jerry Brown, Jerry Halter. Not pictured: Jeff Wagner, John Janka. circ le k The Circle K Club emphasizes leadership in serv- ice, encourages participation in group activities, and promotes fellowship and scholarship. This year, the club ' s activities have included the sponsoring of dances, car washes, participation in the Daniel Boone Festival and Homecoming, the Snowball dance, and a party for underprivileged children. The officers are: President, John H. Drew, Jr.; Vice President, Dave Apner; Secretaries, Don An- derson and Paul Sowden; Treasurer, Bruce Roll- man; Chaplain, Don Anderson. 82 hoii CHOIR. First row: Mr. Dennis Jackson, Kathy Glasgow, Karla Steiner, Christine Brewster, Pat Brian, Lynn Sutton, Ann Heir- onymus, Peggi Hogg, Susan Blackman, Joyce Kinard. Second: Janice Prunier, Louise Speck, Claudia Havens, Ann Heskamp, Anita Rayburn, Gayle Bartlett, Elle Sue Coffman, Carol Hamilton, Carol Nourse, Lee Farmer, Richard Duffany. Third: El ly Waite, June Myers, Winn Douglas, Wayne Hawley, Richard Brockway, Charles Chapman, Scott Campbell, Bill Parker, Pam Wallace, Sharon Brierly, Barbara Manbowe. Fourth: Don Huckle, Phil Rice, Tom Golden, Art Clark, Wally Lindenmuth, John Brown, Bruce Morrison, David Lobb, Lee McClanahan, John Van Dersall, Dale Olmstead, Larry Hayes, Bud Cooper, Thomas Weeks. collegium musicum COLLEGIUM MUSICUM. First row: Joyce Kinard, Dale Olmstead, Pam Wallace, Bud Cooper, Ann Heironymus, Larry Hayes. Second: Lee McClanahan, Louise Speck, Bruce Morrison, Peggi Hogg, John Van Dersall, Anita Rayburn. Third: Richard Duffany, Gayle Bartlett, David Lobb, Lynn Sutton, John Brown III. chorus II ILli The Union College Choir and Collegium Musicum give concerts at near-by churches and schools, a Christmas Concert, and two spring concerts yearly, and provides the music for chapel services each week. This year the Choir toured in the northern mid- western states. The Chorus also presented a Christmas and a spring concert this year. 83 COUNCIL OF THE SOUTHERN MOUNTAINS. First row: Christine Brewster. Marita Joseph, Lavonne Roark, Bee Behrmann. Second: Sue Mayer, Mrs. Zeigler. Miss Wright, Mrs. Ghormley, Barbara Loseno. Third: Mike Quinn. Sandy Stidham, Diane Shadle, Lucy Diaz, Sue Frazier, Vivian Vair, Sharon Brierley, Barbara Broome, Robert Broome, Bob Bramm. Fourth: Wayne Hoffman, Lee Wil- liams, Robert Underwood, Curtis Payne. council of southern mountains The members of the Council of Southern Moun- tains find through their working experiences a true picture of the southern Appalachian region. This year their projects included booths in the Daniel Boone Festival and the Halloween Carnival, working at Lend-a-Hand Mission on Stinking Creek, and distributing clothing to needy people in the county. Robert Broome .... President Curtis Payne . Vice President Lee Williams .... Treasurer Diane Shadle .... Secretary Advisors: Mrs. Ghormley Miss Wright Mrs. Zeigler 84 Phi Cwens, one of twenty-two chapters, is Union ' s National Sophomore Honor Society. It fosters lead- ership, scholarship, and fellowship among the soph- omore women and instills incentive in freshman women to obtain a high scholastic average in order to be honored by membership in this society. Out- standing features of this year were: the Twentieth National Witan Convention, a tea for freshman women, and the annual initiation banquet. cwens CWENS. Seated: Carlene Triplett, Vice President; Janice Bryant, Treasurer; June Haff, President; Mrs. Jackson, Advisor; Mrs. Covert, Advisor; Barbara Ayers, Secretary. Standing: Phyllis Chaney, Tid and Ritual Chairman; Louise Speck, Charlene Ayers, Gayle Bartlett, Carol Hamilton, Linda Chuppe. Not present: Deborah Port, Martha Hoctor. 85 President Ignacio Garcia Vice-President .... Joseph Macwan Secretary-Treasurer .... Vivian Vair Activities Representative Ken Chang The Foreign Students Organization exists to pro- mote friendship and understanding among students of different cultures. The members learn about each other ' s country by short talks, question and answer periods, displays of costume or merchandise, and sharing the cuisine of the represented nations. The Organization has guest speakers, including Union ' s faculty members. The Organization is active in many campus affairs. foreign students organizat ion FOREIGN STUDENTS ORGANIZATION. Front row: Joseph Mac- wan, Ignacio Garcia, Ken Chang. Back row: Jiryis Sweis, Lucy Diaz, Barbara Loseno, Mrs. Ghormley, Vivian Vair, Sue Frazier. 86 FRENCH CLUB. Seated: Ana Lucy Diaz, Jan Blakely, Mr. G. Haslop, Marcia Singer, Barbara Loseno, Hiromi Yamana, Peggy Griffin, Paula Goldsberry. Standing: Jiryis Sweis, Jon Merckens, Jerry Turner, Barry Wood. french club Le Cercle Francais was organized to promote an interest in French language, culture, and litera- ture. At the monthly meetings this year, papers centering around various aspects of French culture were presented by faculty and students. The club co-sponsors the Valentine Dance and a picnic with the German Club. 37 GERMAN CLUB: Jerry Turner, Linda Turner, Louise Speck. Barbara Loseno, Janice Blakley. german club The purpose of die Deutsche Gesellschaft is to promote an interest in German language, literature and culture. The informative programs often include various distinguished speakers. Projects of the group include the Valentine Dance, caroling in German at Christmas time, a picnic, and a formal banquet for members. 86 The Home Economics Club serves to benefit the women students of Union College by promoting an interest in home and family living. This year Pink Bradley was elected Secretary-Treasurer of the College Chapter Section of the Kentucky Home Ec- onomics Association. The officers of our chapter are: President, Susan Pennycuff; Vice-President, Pink Bradley; Secretary, Kathleen Switz; Treasurer, Nancy Tucker. iome economics c lub HOME ECONOMICS CLUB. Front row: Pink Bradley, Susan Pennycuff, Kay Trueman, Mary Howard, Yvonne DeVaughn. Back row: Mary Alice Lay, Myra Parsons, Kathy Switz, Marcia Singer, Betty Saddler, Nancy Tucker, Barbara Staderman, Phyllis Cope, Linda Bechtol, Linda Dechamps, Winnie Brazier. 89 m lota Sigma Nu, the honorary scholastic society at Union Col- lege, encourages high ideals, promotes diligence in study, and rewards excellence in scholarship. Membership is open to all students who have met the requirements for graduation with hon- ors, and all students who, at the end of the first semester of their junior year, have a quality point standing of 3.2. For the past two years lota Sigma Nu has sponsored the pub- lication of a literary magazine, The Garret, which features art work, essays, short stories, and poetry by the students at Union. In recognition of scholarship, lota Sigma Nu awards prizes to the freshman and sophomore students with the highest scholastic averages. In addition to a May banquet honoring all seniors graduating with honors, lota Sigma Nu has held two meetings a semester with special speakers, and during Homecoming, it held a tea for returning alumni and new initiates. Elizabeth Todd President Sara Kathryn Fox . . . Vice-President Allie Martin Mays Secretary-Treasurer Ann Renfro Shelley Ritualist Catherine Faulkner Singer Historian iota sigma nu IOTA SIGMA NU. First row: Catherine Faulkner Singer, Vivian Bradley, Allie Martin Mays. Ann Renfro Shelley, Elizabeth Todd, Jean Owens Knuckles, Sara Kathryn Fox, Lynn Dietrich, Gertrude Mynear McGuire, Gayle Miles. Second: Dr. Erwin S. Bradley, Kathleen Moore, Mildred Gearheart Winkler, Sally Eleanor Thomp- son, Mary Ann Bingham, Nancella Cobb, Ruth Carol Boyd, LoAnna Jean Allen, Patsy Ann Prynn, Richard Fattaruso, Deril Mays, Robert McGuire, Rene Milliken. Third: Edward Sheils, James Sproul, Robert Wilson, Norman Kelley, James Richard Shaw, James Valentine, William Stark, Konrad Hicke, Aubrey Golden, David Waltz, Lowell Barnett. 90 MSM. Front row: Wilma Richey, Trudy Cooper, Marcia Singer, Jerolyn Lightner, Mary DeVries, Lenetta Funk, Barbara Ermin, Bonnie Bush. Back row: Bob Cooper, Ken Broomell, Tom Manuel, Bud Cooper, Tom McFarland, Wayne Hawley, Dave Rockwell, Jim Smith, Scott Jenkins, Lee Williams, Bruce Morrison. methodist student movement The Methodist Student Movement is the Meth- odist related organization which helps to tie the local church and the college community together. The MSM, in connection with the church, sponsors a Hawaiian Luau during Orientation week for all new students. Special projects are carried out at Henderson Settlement, Frakes, Kentucky, and through worship, recreation, and community action. President, Jerolyn Lightner; Vice-President, Floyd Cooper; Secretary, Marcia Singer; Treasurer, Scott Jenkins. 91 lakeside manor dorm council m LAKESIDE MANOR DORM COUNCIL. Seated: John Drew, Stu- dent Representative; Don Fugate, Treasurer; Russ Wynkoop, President; Grove Sauselen, Secretary. Standing: Hank Wright, Ollie Farner, Jack Johnson, Harry Hillier, Rick Hewitt, Al Cini, Joe Foster. 92 FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS. Front row: Kip Brown, Walter Hull, Jerry Brown, Vince Gattuso, John Merkens, Jack Molnar, Hank Wright. Second: John Boyd, Dick Vande Voorde, Harry Herron, Choose Taurman, Sonny Long, Bill Parker. Third: John Follit, Jack Johnson, Larry Murry, Jim Hollifield, Harry Hillier, David Rockwell. Fourth: John Bauer, Tom Beyer, Peter Gante, John Mitchell, Rick Hewitt, Paul Sowden. Al C:ni, John Whitaker, Lee Williams. th e men o f th e manor THIRD FLOOR. Front row: John Green, Joe Foster, Mike Quinn, Grove Sauselen, Wayen Hoffman, Maurice Quelle, Jeff Wagner. Second: John Drew, Craig Taylor, Ray Severns, Don Fugate, Jack Marshall, Jeff Brown, Dave Apner. Third: Bill Pusey, Russ Wynkoop, Ollic Farner, Ed Lamb, Don Dickenson, Rick Kloss, Sam Powell, Bob Walker. Fourth: Bill Trent, Al Bennett, Curtis Payne, Steve Ba ' dwin, Barry Pakich, Bill Moody, Dale Garretson, Bob Weyand. 93 OXFORD CLUB. Seated: Janet Jacobus, Sherry Sayce, Jean Austin, Peggy Griffin, David Rockwell, Bruce Morrison, Vicki Bozarth, Barbara Ayers, Mary DeVries. Standing: Jeryis Sweis, Hadwin Burdick, Barry Wood, Dr. Matthews, Karl Kraft, Scott Campbell, Phillip Malone. oxford club The Union College Oxford Club provides an op- portunity for Christian service workers to serve others. Among other activities they sponsored a Thanksgiving Day worship service, the proceeds from which were sent to Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, mis- sionaries in Southern Rhodesia. The Oxford Club will also help finance the worship center in the Student Center. 94 The purpose of Pi Epsilon Alpha is to provide professional experience in the field of physical edu- cation for all physical education majors and minors. One of the main projects that the club undertook this year was the administering of physical fitness tests to an entire grade school near Hazard, Kentucky. pi epsilon alpha Ote PI EPSILON ALPHA. Kneeling: Bob Long, Paul Erslan, Ollie Farner, Ted Bryson, Jerry Halter, Mike Parker, Ray Boruski, Bob Gutneckt, Tom Mohr. Standing: Mr. Herman Bush, Phyllis Mc- Adams, Janet Magsam, Jane Powell, Joann Pappas, Sylvia Yerger, Myra Parsons, Jean Linden, Caye Scheeper, Sarah Gilpin, Janice Pappas, Carol Proctor, Sue Mayer, Joyce Hartsfield, Maureen Sharrah. 95 PI GAMMA MU. Seated: Rick Quist, president, Susan Pope, vice president, Standing: Miliiken, Secretary-treasurer, W. James Smith, David Waltz, Miss Elizabeth Todd. Miss Rena pi gamma mu The Beta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu has as its purpose encouraging high standards of learning and promoting social service. Membership is open to juniors and seniors in the upper third of their classes who have majors or minors in a field of social science with a grade average of " B " or better, and have submitted a research paper. President — Rick Quist; Vice presi- dent — Susan Pope; Secretary-treasu- rer — Miss Rena Miliiken. 96 PLAYLIKERS. Kneeling: Philip Rice, Dick Brockway, Earl Yost. Standing: Paula Peele, Coby Palmer, Martha Hoctor, Bruce Mor- rison, Gloria Risner, Deborah Rose, Jeffery Day, Sharon Bell, Winn Douglass, Toni Fuller, Ellie Waite, Diane Trethaway, Walker, Connie Squires, Thorn Lembo, Carl Pattison. Bob playlikers OFFICERS. Jeffery Day, Student Activities Representative; Sharon Bell, President; Carl Pattison, Vice President; Diane Trethaway, Secretary-Treasurer. Playlikers is an organization open to any in- dividual who is thoroughly interested in the pro- duction of plays. It is dedicated to the promo- tion of the theatre on the Union College Campus. Members of Playlikers can generally be found working backstage, making costumes, or apply- ing makeup to the actors when the production is in progress. Playlikers is the first step in se- curing membership in Alpha Psi Omega, which every member hopes to attain. M M STEVENSON HALL DORM COUNCIL. Seared: Jim Finkler, Doug Ruth, Ken Boggs, Dave Blomquist, Tim Marsh. Standing: Dave Logue. Bill Beckman, Jerry Halter, Glen Patterson. Pete Parker, Craig Clemou, Paul Hoffstein. Not shown: Stevenson hall dorm counci The purpose of the organization is to direct the affairs and solve the problems of the men in Steven- son Hall. The council initiates student policies and strives to create unity and cooperation among the residents. Among the various activities of the coun- cil are the Homecoming Display and the Christmas Open-House. The officers are: President, Ken Boggs; Vice-President, Dave Blomquist; Secretary, Jim Finkler; Treasurer, Doug Smith; Student Senate Rep- resentative, Paul Hoffstein; Corridor Representative, Glen Patterson, Pete Parker, Bill Beckman, Dave Logue, Craig Clemou, Jerry Halter, Tim Marsh. 98 student national education association The John Owen Gross Chapter of the S.N.E.A., founded for the purpose of pro- viding a professional club for students entering the teaching profession, em- phasizes participation in all levels of pro- fessional activity in education and en- courages development of leadship skills. Various speakers and films highlight the year ' s activities. The officers are: Presi- dent, Nancy Tucker; Vice-President, Jim Lindsey; Secretary, Kathy Brinley; Treas- urer, Charlene Ayers; Student Activities Representative, Dora Oxendine. SNEA. First row: Dora Oxendine, Student Activities Representative; Kathy Brinley, Secretary; Nancy Tucker, President; Charlene Ayers, Treasurer; Jim Lindsey, Vice President. Second: Claudia Weber, Sara Gilpin, Kay Trueman, Phyllis Chaney. Third: Judy Helton, Carlene Trip- lets Janice Bryant, Carol Duncan, Barbara Staderman. Fourth: Joy Lumpkins, Mary Howard, Ann Sharp, Kathy Switz, Susan Pennycuff, Jerry Miller. Fitth: Margie Worley, Barbara Broome, Winnie Brazier, Tom Allen. Sixth: Steve Liming, Bob Broome. 99 STUDENT SENATE. Seated: John Drew, Steve Murphy, Treas- urer: Joe Foster, Vice President; Richard Vande Voorde, Presi- dent: Toni Fuller, Secretary: Judy Bird. Standing: Neal Deaves, Art Lambert, Steve Cooper, Norm Taylor, Jim Mahan, Paul Hof- festein, Sue Pope, Woody Humphries, Buddy Salyer, Bill Hoffman. student senate The Student Senate is the executive branch of the Student Assembly. Through it the ideas and de- sires of the students are molded together into one strong voice to be presented to the Faculty and Administration. This year the Senate has not only served the students, but it has widened its perspec- tive by becoming involved in the educational proc- ess of this institution. President, Dick VandeVoorde; Vice-President, Joseph Foster; Secretary, Toni Fuller; Treasurer, Steve Murphy. 100 JUDICIAL COUNCIL. Joe Beavon, Sheri Cowan, Ted Bryson, Vice Chairman; Sam Powell, Chairman; Jerry Miller, Secretary; Sara Gilpin, Barry Wood. judicial council food committee FOOD COMMITTEE. Myra Parsons, Judy Holcombe, John Drew, Jerry Halter, Chairman; Virginia Burdick, Secretary; Steve Cooper, Fran Glass. 101 UCCA promotes and fosters Christian fellowship and understanding among students of all denomi- nations. Each year the group publishes a booklet of Lenten Meditations which contains devotionals written by the members. This year they sponsored a Christmas Party for underprivileged children and a marriage seminar. ucca UNION COLLEGE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. First row: Jim Roh, Paul Sowden, Craig Clemow, Earl Linaburg, Don Anderson, Ron Sell, Dave Rockwell, Dr. Robert Matthews. Second: Daniel Stinson, Jeryis Sweis, Jerolyn Lightner, Mary DeVries, Jean Austin, Sara Gilpin, Jane Powell. Standing: Bruce Morrison, Phillip Malone, Wayne Hawley, Hank Osterhaut. 102 U CLUB. Front row: Arlene Matthews, Sue Frazier, Jane Powell, Jane Embree, Joy Lumpkins. Back row: Coach Pete Moore, Spon- sor; John Pendleton, Bob Long, Ted Bryson, Mike Parker, Don Hicks, Doug Logan, Harry Loy, Paul Erslan, Willie Trent, Don Bautz, Ed McDaniels, John Farner, Rusty Wynkoop, Ed Alexander, Jerry Halter, Sonny Long, Joe Foster, Grove Sauslean, Phil Newbert. u c ub The purpose of U Club is to promote athletics and fellowship among the lettermen and student body of Union College. This year, the club ' s main project was selling basketball programs at the home basketball games. With the profits made from this project, U Club purchased blazers for the traveling athletic teams. 103 MAURICE E. QUELLE Historian LARRY HAYES Secretary-Treasurer FLOYD N. COOPER, JR. President mu BARRY GRAY Pledge class president imft ALLAN E. GREEN Advisor MU PHI, the Union College chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia National Music Fraternity of America, was founded with the purpose of advancing the cause of music in America. Students interested in music may apply to either the spring or fall pledge class. Since its founding, MU PHI has taken an ever increasing role in the activities of Union College. Among its service projects MU PHI has taken the re- sponsibilities of ushering at the musical programs of the Union College Department of Music. The fra- ternity also provides the music for the annual Thanks- giving chapel service sponsored by the Oxford Club. THOMAS GOLDEN DALE OLMSTEAD WINN DOUGLAS WAYNE C. HAWLEY W. G. MARIGOLD 104 ARTHUR A. CLARK Vice President JOHN VAN DERSALL Warden phi RICHARD DUFFANY Pledge Master + DENNIS C. JACKSON Advisor — _- »»fc i I N AT I3NAL Mli. DAVID ROCKWELL Pledge class Sec.-Tres. In the fall, the fraternity participated in the Halloween Carnival with an Italian pizza stand, for which it won a prize for the best booth. The highlights of the year were the Phi Mu Alpha Annual Sweetheart Presentation Ball, held each year as the climax of the Daniel Boone Festival; the Jazz Festival; and the spring picnic. The MU PHI Sweethearts for 1966 were Miss Anita Rayburn, senior; Miss Yvonne DeVaughn and Miss Jerolyn Lightner, juniors; Miss Louise Speck, sopho- more; and Miss Anna Hieronymus, freshman. RICHARD BROCKWAY DONALD HUCKLE ROBERT TATRO 1 JOHN G. BROWN, III EDWARD BLACK LEE AYERS McCLANAHAN 105 —— alpha delta The Alpha Delta Chapter is dedi- cated to the promotion of interest and scholarship in mathematics. The club this year sponsored a pie throw at the Halloween Carnival, and in the spring presented a series of lectures given by a visiting mathematician. Officers are: President, Lester Bartley; Vice- President, Janice Bryant; Secretary- Treasurer, Steve Stewart; the spon- sors are Miss Pettus and Mr. Evans. ALPHA DELTA. Front row: Janet Randall. Janice Bryant, Barbara Baird, Lester Bartley, Miss Pettus, Mr. Evans. Back row: Charles Rednour, Peter Salmon. Russell Pipo. Thomas Allen, William Fritz. Stephen Liming, Fredric Mack, Steve Stewart. amencan guild of organists The American Guild of Organ- ists exists for the purpose of in- tellectual stimulation and profes- sional growth and betterment of its membership. Mr. William Hays serves as the sponsor of this organization. AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS. Mr. William Hays, Bud Cooper, Anita Rayburn, Bonnie Gavitt, Ann Heskamp, Al Kivler. 106 biology club This year the Biology Club has pre- sented a film and lecture series given by various faculty members on cam- pus. The club also participated in the Daniel Boone Festival with a display on the Wild Lite of Kentucky. BIOLOGY CLUB. John Wheeler, Mike Parker, Peter Salmon, George Allison, Bernice Machamer, Paul Dunn, Douglas Ruth. Not present: Mary Clark, Leon Lombari. dolphin club The Dolphin Club has as its purpose furthering the know- ledge and skills of swimming and assisting in the activities of the college swimming pro- gram. Projects are: the Spring Water Show, a community splash party, and intramural water sports. DOLPHIN CLUB. Robert Long, Kathy Valentik, Sue Meyer, Joanne Papas, Sherry Sayce, Janice Papas, Jeannine Alexander, Carol Batten. 107 miiesians The purpose of the Mile- sians is to discuss problems of mutual concern in the field of philosophy and to promote within the members an inter- est in and a desire for further knowledge of philosophy. The Milesians each year produce a journal, The Milesian Frag- ments. MILESIAN CLUB. Seated: Jack Molnar, Paul Isaacs, Anna Hie- ronymus, Buddy Salyer, Pam Wallace, Jeff Day, Ed Belts. Stand- ing: Joe Foster, John Prince. student center board The Student Center Advisory Board is composed of ten full-time students selected from the student body. The Board acts in an advisory capacity to the Director of Student Affairs, and hopes that in time it will be able to assume all the responsibilities of the Director. Committees are: Art, Games, Hospitality, Dance, and Special Events. STUDENT CENTER BOARD. Seated: Miss Pat, Joyce Hartsfield, Marcia Singer, Judy Bird, Kathy Valentik. Standing: Dave Fowler, Mr. Black, Richard Nuckols. Joe Foster, Phil Sharp, Scott Campbell. 108 RADIO CLUB. Ray Owens, Jim Walker, Fred March. bridge club The Bridge Club is open to all Union College students, faculty, and staff members. Activities include weekly play, instruction for begin- ners, and monthly duplicate tourna- ments. Officers are: Robert Galbo, President; Stephen Baldwin, Vice- President; William Hartung, Treasurer; Carol Nourse, Secretary. radio club The Union College Amateur Radio Club was reorganized this year to promote an interest in the service- hobby of " Hamming " . With this ob- jective in mind the club initiated a beginner ' s course in Amateur Radio Theory and Morse Code. Other proj- ects include the sending of messages for students and working toward the purchase of equipment for the col- lege ' s own " ham " station, W4NDI. BRIDGE CLUB. Front to back, from left; One: William Hartung, John Follet, Audrey Wright. Two: James Harvey, Kathleen Moore, Ruth Hardison, Fred Mack, Jack Molnar, Ellie Waite. Three: Dale Garretson, Jim Hollifield, Arnold Waterman. Four: Dr. Poulos, Carol Nourse. Five: Robert Galbo, Mrs. Allan Green, Frank Bid- dia. Six: Mr. Allan Green, Carol Hamilton, Stephen Baldwin. 109 pht ub The main goal of the PHT Club is to encourage friendly social relations among the married couples of Union College. Its activities for the year in- cluded a Christmas party, a cook-out, picnics, and ice cream socials. The officers are: Susie Matthews, Presi- dent; Barbara Broome, Vice-President; Judy West, Secretary; Nancy Erslan, Treasurer; Ann Sharp, Parliamen- tarian. PHT CLUB. Seated: Linda Turner. Brenda Taylor. Susie Mat- thews. President; Barbara Broome, Vice President; Judy West, Secretary; Nancy Erslen, Treasurer; Jocelyn Taylor, Mrs. Robert R. Riesz. Advisor. Standing: Trudy Cooper, Darle Folk. 110 WOMEN ' S MUSIC ASSOCIATION. First row: Lynn Sutton, Gayle Bartlett, Pam Wal- lace, Peggi Hogg, Paula Goldsburry, Carol Hamilton. Second row: Janice Prunier, Connie Squires, Miss Goodwin, Miss Harding, Louise Speck (Vice-President), Anita Rayburn (President). Claudia Havens (Secretary-Treasurer), Chris Geyer, Judy Ashley, Francis Richards. women ' s music association Sigma Alpha lota is an internationally incorporated professional sorority for women in the field of music. Based on scholarship, musicianship, personality, and character, membership in Sigma Alpha lota is open to college music students of undergraduate and graduate levels and to faculty members in schools where the sorority has chapters. The petitioning chapter at Union was organized in the spring of 1965. Since that time the girls have been involved in achieving the goal of the organization, which is to raise the standards of mu- sic within themselves, the college, and the community. stespean buddy r. salyer, editor-in-chief mary lewis, associate editor rick quist, business manager i=«n» curt payne, staff photographer bill parker, staff photographer Virginia burdick, junior-senior editor phyllis lewis, freshman-sophomore editor 113 pink bradley, traditions editor al cini, sports editor judy bird, faculty editor rick hewitt, assistant sports editor advertising staff: joan prewitt, lynn sutton, marcia singer, dora oxendine, marjorie wor- ley, susan pope, second row: edward angel, carter black, ron sell, rick quist. 114 college orchestra COLLEGE ORCHESTRA. Director: Mr. Allen Eugene Green. Members: Barbara Ermin, Dennis Jackson. Mrs Gordon W. Mari- gold, Clifford Fisher, Louise Speck, Paula Goldsberry, Thomas Golden, John Van Dersall, Larry Hayes. Carol Hamilton, Gayle Bartlett, Nicholas Poulos, William Hays, John Brown, W. Gordon Marigold, Paula Peele, Anita Ray burn. Harry Herren, Charles Chapman. Robert Matthews, Terry Bott, Chris Geyer, Judy Ashley, Robert Tatro, Phyllis Chaney, Jerry Bott, Bernard Linger, James Harvey, Peggi Hogg, Trromas McFarland, Kenneth Broomall, Kenneth Turner, Alfred Kivler, Dale Olmstead. The Union College Orchestra wel- comes all students and persons in the surrounding area as members. It usually presents two concerts a year which are open to the public. 115 I m I e a d e r s h i P 117 MAHLON A. MILLER, B.S., B.D., S.T.M., D.D. President of the College 118 administration JOHN H. BOYD. A.B., M.A., ED.D. Dean of the Faculty: Graduate Professor of Education ALBERTA COVERT, B.S. Dean of Women - • " s; w JOHN A. DOTSON, A.B., M.A., PH.D. Director of Graduate Studies; Graduate Professor of Education ROBERT JONES. B.S., M.A. Registrar; Director of Admissions AURICE T. MITCHELL.A.B., M.A. Dean of Students; Assistant Professor of Education MARSHALL B. POTTER Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds ARTHUR E. SPURLOCK, B.S. in ED., M.S. Business Manager and Treasurer MILTON TOWNSEND, A.B., M.A. Director of College Relations 119 staff officers EDWARD H. BLACK Assistant Director of Student Center A ; RUFUS BONNER Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds CLARENCE H. CHADWELL Bookkeeper and Assistant Treasurer MARY H. GHORMLEY Residence Hall Counselor VIRGINIA GOODWIN Dormitory Counselor JOE C. HACKER Director of Data Processing Center CHARLES HANSEL Director of Religious Life RUTH HISSAM Bookstore Operator JAMES A. McFARLAND Admissions Counselor and Assistant to the Director ot College Relations 120 J. C. NEWPORT Purchasing Agent Instructor of Business FRANCES PATRIDGE Director of Student Activities Director of the Student Center LUCILLE ROBBINS College Nurse CHARLES C. SADDLER Assistant to the President DOROTHY SHAW Assistant to the Business Manager CATHERINE F. SINGER Alumni Secretary OK R. J. WATSON Assistant to the Dean of Students and Director of Student Work BETTY JANE YOUNG Residence Hall Counselor MILDRED ZIEGLER Residence Hall Counselor 121 college staff SAUNDRA ALEXANDER Relief Nurse LINDA ALFORD Secretary to Director of Graduate Studies and of the Division of Education LOIS BARGO Clerk-Typist in the Office of Academic Affairs VIVIAN BRADLEY Assistant in the Library 1 — BOBBIE BURGESS Post Office Clerk SUE TUGGLE CARR Secretary to the President LOIS CORDELL Clerk-Typist in the Library LORETTA COWAN Secretary in the Office of College Relations i. 122 SANDRA EMIGH Secretary in the Office of Student Affairs NANCY ERSLAN Clerk-Typist in the Office of Academic Affairs MYRA B. JACKSON Secretary in the Office of Business Affairs ADA KING Clerk-Typist in the Office of College Relations HELEN PARKS Secretary in the Development Office SHERRILL POTTER Assistant to the Bookkeeper DIANNE THOMAS Secretary in the Office of Student Affairs SUE D. McDADE Secretary in the Office of Academic Affairs EVELYN MATTHEWS Clerk in the Campus Shop 123 ERWIN S. BRADLEY.B.S. IN ED., M.A., PH.D. Chairman of the Divison of Social Studies: Graduate Professor of History and Political Science HERMAN BUSH, A.B., M.A. Chairman of the Division of Health and Physical Education: Director of Athletics; Assoc. Prof, of Health and Phys. Ed. GERALD D. BYERLEY, B.F.A., M.F.A. Instructor of Art DONALD L. CALITRI, B.S., M.A. Instructor of Physical Education and Swimming Coach faculty CLEVIS DON CARTER, A.B., M.A. Instructor of Physical Science Y. Z. CHANG, B.A., M.A., PH.D. Associate Professor of English NORMAN W. DAVIS, B.S., M.S., PH.D. Professor of Biology CARL EVANS, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics ELSIE FORMAN, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Business and Economics DONALD FREEMAN, B.S., B.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy 124 WANDA GATLIN, B.S., M.F.A. Instructor of English FRANK A. GILBERT, B.S., M.A., PH.D. Chairman of the Division of Sciences; Professor of Biology ALLAN E. GREEN, B.M., M.M. Instructor of Music EUGENE G. HAAS, B.S., M.A., PH.D. Professor of Chemistry PATIENCE HAGGARD, B.A., B.S. IN ED., M.A., PH.D. Gradute Professor of English DORIS ANN HARDING, B.M., M.M. Associate Professor of Piano ■:.- GUNTER HASLOV, DEUTSCHES STAATSEXAMEN Instructor of French 125 WILLIAM PAUL HAYS, B.M., M.M. Associate Professor of Organ ESTEFANA N. HERRERA, B.S., NAT. S.D. Assistant Professor of Biology HUBERT H. HOELTJE, B.A., M.A., PH.D. Graduate Professor of English DENNIS C. JACKSON, B.A., M.M. Instructor of Music MARY ALICE LAY, B.S., M.S. Instructor of Home Economics BERNARD LINGER, B.A., M.B. Assistant Professor of Music JAMES B. McFERRIN, A.B., B.S. IN L.S.. M.S. Head Librarian; Associate Professor of Library Science CONSTANCE MARIGOLD, B.A. Part-time Instructor of French and German 126 ■ ' ■■ ' RENA MILLIKEN, A.B., M.A. Head of the Department of Business; George Langtord Memorial Associate Professor of Business KATHLEEN MOORE, A.B., M.A. Elementary Education Associate Professor of A.B., M.S. W. GORDON MARIGOLD, B.A., M.A., PH.D. Languages; Graduate Professor Chairman ol the Division of of Modern Languages ROBERT D. MATTHEWS, B.A., S.T.B., PH.D. Chairman of Division of Religion and Philosophy; Professor of Religion DONALD J. MAXWELL, B.A., M.A., D.MUS. Director of the School of Music; Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts; Professor of Music FRANK E. MERCHANT, A.B., M.A., PH.D. Head of the Department of English; Graduate Professor of English GAYLE MILES, A.B., M.A. Associate Supervisor of Student Teaching; Assistant Professor of Education J. LARUE MILLEN, B.S., M.ED. Assistant Professor of Social Studies PAUL S. MOORE, Coach and Instructor of Physical Education 127 WILLIAM SHERMAN OXENDINE, A.B., M.A. Instructor of Social Business MARY PETTUS, A.B., M.A. Head of the Department of Mathematics and Physics; Associate Professor of Mathematics NICHOLAS A. POULOS, B.S., PH.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry MARY E. PRIESTLEY, B.S., M.A., PH.D. Associate Professor of English S. E. GERARD PRIESTLEY, B.D., S.T.M., B.S., M.A., PH.D., M.S.SC. Professor of Political Science ROBERT R. RIESZ, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Physics WARREN ROBBINS, B.S., M.A. Supervisor of Student Teaching; Associate Professor of Education RUBY A. ROTEN, A.B., M.S. Instructor of Physical Education for Women 128 VIRGINIA B. SADDLER, A.B., B.S. IN L.S., M.S. Assistant Librarian; Assistant Professor ot Library Science CHARLES W. SIMMS, B.S., M.A., PH.D. Chairman of the Division of Education; Graduate Professor of Education ELIZABETH A. TODD, A.B., M.A. Instructor ot English JAMES H. WHITE, A.B., M.A. Part-time Instructor ot Physical Education ELLA O. WILKES, A.B., B.S., M.S. Part-time Assistant Professor of Social Studies AUDREY K. WRIGHT, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Sociology 129 130 fcP : f ? 131 JEANNINE ALEXANDER, BS Medford, Massachusetts Elementary Education THOMAS ALLEN, BS Franklinville, New York Business GEORGE RAY ALLISON, BA Lynn, Massachusetts Biology MELVA JOAN ARTHUR, BS Sicklerville, New Jersey Area in Business WILLIAM BECKMAN, BS Ridgewood, New Jersey Business ■■Hjl ' ■ Ja|p 13 T " »- I JOHN A. BENSON, BA Trenton, New Jersey English JAMES C. BLACK, BS Middlesboro, Kentucky Sociology DAVID BLOMQUIST, BA Needham, Massachusetts Political Science GERALDINE BREEDING, BS Corbin, Kentucky Elementary Education ROBERT H. BOURGERY, BS Woonsachet, Rhode Island Physical Education KENNETH M. BOGGS, BS Pound, Virginia Biology BARBARA O. BROOME, BS Camden, New Jersey Elementary Education BILLY C. BROWN, BS Jellico, Tennessee Area in Business VIRGINIA L. BURDICK, BA Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio English, German FLOYD N. COOPER, BA Sayre, Pennsylvania Sociology rr- -s. SHERYL COWAN, BS Barbourville, Kentucky Home Economics ROBERT L. COX, BS Auburn, Kentucky Health, Physical Education LAURIE STEWART DELORME, BA Milton, Massachusetts French THOMAS L. DELORME, BA Milton, Massachusetts French PAUL B. DIMARCO, BS Rahway, New Jersey Area in English DON L. DICKINSON, BS Takoma Park, Maryland Area in Business CLYDE J. DOWNEY, BA Overall, Virginia History, Political Science JANE W. EMBREE, BA Wellesley, Massachusetts Home Economics JOHN H. DREW, BS Kent, Ohio Accounting RICHARD A. DUFFANY, BS Ardmore, Pennsylvania Elementary Education PAUL L. ERSLAN, BS Akron, Ohio Physical Education EARL L. FOLK, BS West Wyoming, Pennsylvania Social Studies JOSEPH A. FOSTER, BA Peabody, Massachusetts English, Philosophy DAVID L. FOWLER, BS The Plains, Virginia Accounting KATHRYN FOX, BS Galinburg, Tennessee Elementary Education SUE C. FRAZIER, BS Louisville, Kentucky Sociology, Economics WILLIAM G. FRITZ, BS Williamsburg, Ohio Math DONALD L. FUGATE, BA Bellaire, Ohio History PETER O. GANTE, BA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Political Science IGNACIO GARCIA, BA Miami, Florida Biology ELIZABETH E. HAMM, BS New Castle, Indiana Elementary Education PATRICIA C, HAMMONS, BS Green Road, Kentucky Area in Business JAYCE MARIE HARTSFIELD, BS Barrington, New Jersey Physical Education CLAUDIA FAYE HAVENS, BS Endicott, New York Music, Economics GLENNA SUE HELTON, BS Hammond, Kentucky Elementary Education JUDITH A. HELTON, BS Woodbine, Kentucky English HARRY K. HERREN, BA Louisville, Kentucky Biology SAMUEL J. HISSAM, BA Barbourville, Kentucky Chemistry PAUL S. HOFFSTEIN, BS New York, New York History PAUL F. ISAACS, BA Somerset, Kentucky English MARY L. LEWIS, BS Smilax, Kentucky History, Political Science JAMES E. LINDSEY, BS Cincinnati, Ohio Elementary Education EVERETT LONG III, BS Frankford, Delaware History ROBERT D. LONG, BS Boston, Massachusetts Physical Education lynn Mccarty, ba Dallas, Pennsylvania Sociology JOY LUMPKINS, BS Barbourville, Kentucky Elementary Education WAYNE H. MATTHEWS, BS Lakewood, New Jersey Sociology, Economics SUSAN L. MAYER, BS New York, New York Sociology, Physical Education JERRY L. MILLER, BS Arlington, Virginia Elementary Education WILLIAM N. MOODY, BS Douglaston, New York Area in Business BARRY J. PEKICH, BS Bridgeton, New Jersey Accounting JOHN R. PENDLETON, BS Columbia, Kentucky Area in Business SUSAN JOE POPE, BS Barbourville, Kentucky Elementary Education JANE H. POWELL, BS Woodbury, New Jersey Physical Education SAMUEL T. POWELL, BS Garrett Park, Maryland Accounting JOAN B. PREWITT, BS Corbin, Kentucky Business ERIC QUIST, BS Wantagh, New York Business, Philosophy KEITH G. SAUSELEN, BS Mullica Hill, New Jersey Chemistry ANITA RAYBURN, BS Ashland, Kentucky Music BUDDY RYAN SALYER, BA Louisville, Kentucky English, Biology CATHERINE SCHEEPER, BS Glassboro, New Jersey Health, Physical Education RAY E. SEVERNS, BS Albion, New York Business Education ANN H. SHARP, BS Trenton, New Jersey Elementary Education PHILLIP A. SHARP, BA Covington, Kentucky Chemistry, Math MARK V, SMITH, BA North Tarrytown, New York Biology W. JAMES SMITH, BA King ' s Ferry, New York Elementary Education BARBARA STADERMAN, BS Cincinnati, Ohio Elementary Education THOMAS R. SWENK, BS Ocean City, New Jersey Physical Education GERALDINE SYME, BS Barbourville, Kentucky Elementary Education CHASTIAN TAURMAN, BS Cincinnati, Ohio Political Science, History NORMAN H. TAYLOR, BS Worcester, Massachusetts Area in Business JOHN W. TENDER, BS Clarksboro, New Jersey Biology, Chemistry WILLIAM THOMAS TRENT, BS Richmond, Virginia Sociology, Psychology JERRY M. TURNER, BA Hohenwald, Tennessee German LINDA S. TURNER, BS Pulaski, Tennessee Elementary Education NORMA FOLEY TURNER, BS Norwood, Ohio Elementary Education RICHARD VANDE VOORDE, BS Lyons, New York Area in Business THOMAS V. WELCH, BS Kenmore, New York Business JOHN R. WHEELER, BA Millington, New Jersey Chemistry, Biology MARGIE WORLEY, BS Williamsburg, Ohio Physical Education JOHN R. WYNKOOP, BA Norwood, Connecticutt History, Political Science WILLIAM R. YEATTS, BS Charlottesville, Virginia Area in Social Studies ' ■■Ufl-- 140 MARGARET ANN ABBUHL Harlan, Ky. LARRY C. ALLEN MICHAEL J. ALEXANDER Pittsburgh, Pa. SHIRLEY ALLEN EDWARD RAY ANGEL Corbin, Ky. DAVID APNER Hillside, N. J. BRENDA ARNETT Pineville, Ky. BRUCE BAKER Colonia, N. J. DONALD A. ANDERSON Trucksville, Pa. LESTER BARTLEY Blaine, Maine I u n i o r s FRANK J. BEDDIA York, Pa. VICKI BOZARTH Alexandria, Va. VIOLA BRADLEY Elizabethtown, Ky. ROBERT G. BRAMM Middleton, Mass. WINNIE BRAZIER Woodburg, N. J. JOHN G. BROWN, III Rockville Centre, N. Y. HADWIN C. BURDICK Syracuse, N. Y. PAUL D. BURHANS JAY CHEESEMAN Locust Valley, N. Y. Penns Grove, N. J. WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL Cincinnati, Ohio 141 u n o r s m j HARRY CHRISTIE ELLA SUE COFFMAN PHYLLIS COPE Lakewood, N. J. REID CLAPHAM Wilmington, Del. Montuale, Va. DONALD M. CONNOLLY Youngstown, N. Y. Rose Hill, Va. - DOUG CORNELIUS Church Hill, Md. CLAUDIO CRISAFULLI Rariton, N. J. RONNIE DARNELL Evansville, Ind. YVONNE DEVAUGHN Bethel, Ohio LUCY DIAZ New York, N. Y. W. WINN DOUGLASS Berea, Ohio ELISHA DUGGER, JR. Gray, Ky. KAROLINA EGORENKO Frankford, Del. GEORGE EHLERT West Orange, N. J. WILLIAM EMEIGH Roaring Springs, Pa. JOHN 0. FARNER LYNN MARIE Buffalo, N. Y. GANARY LENETTA FUNK Haddonfield, N. J. Florence, Ky. 142 JEMIMA GEE Tompkinsville, Ky. HARRY HILLIER Barbeton, Ohio MARY CAROL GIRON South Seaville, N. J. FRANCIS STEPHEN GLASS Rome, N. Y. H. VAUGHAN GRIFFIN, JR. Rutland, Vt. PEGGY GRIFFIN Plant City, Fla. BERTRAM G. SHARON HAWN C. DONALD HAHN Barbourville, Ky. HICKS Huntington, N. J. ROBERT HARTMAN Ridgewood, N. J. LARRY HAYES Binghamton, N. Y. Westfield, N. J WAYNE E. HOFFMAN Manua, N. J. I u n i o r s MARY NELL HOWARD Hyden, Kentucky JOHN JANKA Philadelphia, Pa. JOHN V. JOHNSON Lakewood, N. J. 143 CHESTER JONES Nanfork, Ky. STEVEN A. KALBACH Villanova, Pa. u n i o r s BYRON KEHR York, Pa. JOYCE E. KINARD Dallastown, Penn. JUDITH KNUCKLES Valois, N. Y. JEFFREY KRONK Huntsburg, Ohio ROBERT KUNATH Corning, N. Y. EDWARD LAMB Valley Stream, N. Y. MARIE LANGDON London, Ky. JANIE LAW Shelbyville, Del. ELIZABETH H. LEE Cawood, Ky. WILBUR A. LEE Woodbine, Ky. ALEX B. LESLIE West Orange, N. J. SELMA SUE LEWIS Evarts, Ky. CONNIE L. LIBBY Lewisburg, Pa. JEROLYN LIGHTNER Ironton, Ohio STEVEN M. LIMING Williamsburg, Ohio lit m DAVID B. LOBB Philadelphia, Pa. HUNTLEY LLOYD Baltimore, Md. THEODORE F. LOCKE, III New York, N. Y. JOHN D. LOVE Burnside, Ky. HARRY LOY Columbia, Ky. GERALD LYNCH Nicholson, Pa. PHILLIP MALONE Ironton, Ohio JAMES E. MAHAN Wilmington, Del. JOHN MARSHALL Batavia, N. Y. L. ARLENE MATTHEWS Lakewood, N. J. . DAVID THOMAS MILLS Smy, Del. BRUCE MORRISON Unfontown, Ohio CAROL NOURSE Saugas, Mass. ROBERT OSWALD South River, N. J. PETER PARKER Watertown, N. Y. 1 ' -.. JOE PARKINSON Baltimore, Md. MYRA PARSONS Yancey, Ky. W. EDWARD PATTON East Barnstadt, Ky. SUSAN PENNYCUFF Stearns, Ky. MAURICE E. QUELLE Cincinnati, Ohio ilfcfet ROLAND D. SAMUEL A. PETER SALMON RAUGHT MITZI SUE RICHMOND GLORIA RISNER Jarntoga Springs, N. Y Lewis, Del. REAMS Barbourville, Ky. Jonesville, Va. Louisville, Ky. I u n i o r s I u n i o r s JOHN SEALS Morristown, N. J. PAUL A. SOWDEN Marion, Mass. WILLIAM A. STAFFORD Smyrna, Del. DANIEL A. STINSON Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES STRAUSSER Akron, Ohio JIRYIS S. SWEIS Ammon, Jordon CARL E. TAYLOR Oil City, Pa. JOCELYN TAYLOR Everett, Pa. DIANE TRETHAWAY Kingston, Pa. NANCY TUCKER Hampton Bays, N. Y. iiMH CHRIS TUHOLSKY Paducah, Ky. FRANK VUONO Bloomsfield, N. J. VIVIAN VAIR Brooklyn, N. Y. DAVID WALTZ Scranton, Pa. JAMES R. WEST Hamburg, N. Y. DAVID WILSON HIROMI YAMANA EARL YOST Watertown, N. Y. JAMES WILSON Soslyn, N. Y. Morristown, N. J. SYLVIA EILEEN YERGER Litiz, Pa. Wnonah, N. J Aifctf a M John Acton, III Haddonfield, N. J. Bill Barrott Aurora, Illinois Ed Alexander Cynthiana, Ky. Barbara Ayers Styrgis, Ky. Charlene Ayers Barberton, Ohio Beverly Babbage Harlan, Ky. Paul Bales Fort Plain, N. Y. Gayle Bartlett Grafton, Ohio Debbie Bateman Palm Beach, Fla. John Benz Natrona Gates, Pa. A. E. Betts Arlington, Va. Cass Biel Point Pleasant, N. J. s o p h o m o r e s Judy Bird Paintsville, Ky. Robert Black Swedesboro, N. J. Jan Blakley South Brookside, Ky. Ray Borusky Fairless Hills, Pa. Linda Bossman Dayton, Ohio Howard Brewster Barrington, R. I. Patricia Brian Melbourne, Ky. Kathy Brinly Middletown, Ky. Jerome Brockway Chardon, Ohio Richard Brockway Montposlier, Vt. Gail Brown Philadelphia, Pa. Gerald Brown Montrose, Pa. Jeff Brown Janice Bryant Tim Burnett Glenda Butts Roebling, N. J. Madisonville, Ky. Shrewsbury, N. J. Knob Lick, Ky. Roland Carey William Caswell Kittery, Maine Tannersville, N. Y. Phyllis Chaney Linda Chuppe Arthur Clark Winchester, Ky. Ed Christiansen Carmel, N. Y. Louisville, Ky. Alan Cini Sharon Hill, Pa. Syracuse, N. Y. Craig Clemow Plymouth, Pa. fc ,fc Steve Cooper Nassau, N. Y. John Crounse Honesdale, Pa. Frank Cutadean Jeff Day Media, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio Clifford Dando Jon De Frees Woodbury, N. J. Chittenango, N. Y. Mary Di Vries Lana Delk Richard Dillman Baltimore, Md. Pineville, Ky. Wilmington, Del. Hugh Delk Edward Diehl Jimmy Dunaway Pineville, Ky. Manchester, Conn. Middlesboro, Ky. Carol Duncan Irvington, N. J. fc Mary Edwards Tallahassee, Fla. Diana Elliott Middleburg, Ky. If Barbara Ermin Altoona, Pa. James Finkler Williamsport, Pa. William Finney Richmond, Va. Kenneth Fischer Buckingham, Pa. George Frazier Syracuse, N. Y. Bruce Gallinger Voluntown, Conn. Vincent Gattuso Paulsboro, N. J. Christine Geyer Havertown, Pa. Cathie Glover Medford, Mass. ' iktfcl John Gordon Akron, Ohio Burton Gould Middletown, Pa. Barry Gray Broomall, Pa. Edward Gregory Barbourville, Ky. Harold Gregory Barbourville, Ky. Robert Gutknecht Abingdon, Pa. Warren Guilmartin Lexington, Mass. June Haff Winchester, Mass. Gerald Halter Ocean City, N. J. Carol Hamilton Pittsburgh, Pa. John Hammons Barbourville, Ky. John Hantke Lake Bluff, III. Mark Harrison Lynnfield, Mass. James Harvey Endwell, N. Y. Bob Havens Jeffersonville, Ind. Wayne Hawley Endicott, N. Y. Liz Helton Dayton, Ohio Ann Heskamp Columbia, Ky. Eric Hewitt LaPlume, Pa. Martha Hoctor Doylestown, Ohio John Hoeflich Kenilworth, N. J. Ed Hoepfner Collingswood, N. J. Bill Hoffman Independence, Ky. Peggi Hogg Hanover, Ind. 4fifcffcifc S o p h o m o r e s Carl Hoskins Manchester, Ky. Don Huckle Springville, N. Y. Scott Jenkins Susan Keyser John Kidd Jeri Kinkade Fairborn, Ohio Hazard, Ky. East Orange, N. J. Wilmington, Del. TT • :- . 4fJi Kenneth Kleeb Cincinnati, Ohio Ailirin Richard Kloss Crossville, Tenn. Art Lambert Westville, N. J. Ronald Lee Willington, Conn. Jon LePeyre Norwich, Conn. Phyllis Lewis Simlax, Ky. AimMwMA Loretta Liford Kinkle. Ky. Jean Linden East Brunswick, Earl Linaburg Baltimore, Md. Bob Linderman Scranton, Pa. Doug Logan Cannon, Ky. Leon Lombari Woodsboro, Md. -. fcftSfc Barbara Loseno Thor Magnusen Henry Marquardt Waterford, Conn. Sherborn, Mass. Woodlynne, N. J. Robert MacNiel Nancy Linda Marks Barbara Martin Coventry, Conn. Elmhurst, III. Barbourville, Ky 4 1lfcA»lk Lee McClanahan Kenmore, N. Y. Edward McDaniel Woodbury, N. J. John McClean Wind Gap, Pa. Fred Mellon Clarence, N. Y. James Melillo Saugus, Mass. Jon Merckens Marblehead, Ohio Mike Mirando Brooklyn, N. Y. John Mitchell Ocean View, Del. John Molnar Cliffside, N. J. William Morris Tyner, Ky. Larry Murray Selbyville, Del. Ronald Naylor Elmhurst, N. Y. - ' ■» 1 I , Robert Gail Wilmington, Del. Nielson, Jr. Chatham, N. J. Douglas Olsen Paulsboro, N. J. Douglas Patterson Crozet, Va. Jody Neace Versailles, Ky. Dale Olmstead Owega, N. Y. William Parker Watertown, N. Y. wA Glyn Patterson Pine Mountain, Ky. Curtis Payne Alexandria, Va. Geraldine Payne Bimble, Ky. John Pllkey Lockport, N. Y. Russell Pipo Rutherford, Ky. s o p h o m o r e s Deborah Port Cheshire, Conn. Joy Prewitt Corbin, Ky. Randall Prunty Westport, Conn. Kay Quick Louisville, Ky. Karen Ramsey Hamilton, Ohio T " - — 3 - " - Janet Randell Brewster, N. Y. Charles Rednour Girard, III. Allard Robert Ian Reid Tannersville, N. Y. David Rockwell Little Meadows, Pa. Bruce Rollman Springfield, Va. Deborah Rose Lynnfield, Mass. Douglas Ruth Knoxville, Tenn. Betty Sadler Jonesville, Va. Joy Sartorio Long Island, N. Y. Ronald Sell Somerville, N. J. Clark Shadle Barbourville, Ky. Pat Shaw Delaware, Ohio s o p h o m o r e s Betsy Shelton Westboro. Mass. Barbara Stapler Providence, Pa. Bert Sheppard Williams, Pa. Steve Stewart Wyckoff, N. J. Sharon Sherwood Valley, N. Y. Bob Sutherlin Colonia, N. J. Richard Shomper Elizabethville, Pa. Marcia Singer Barbourville, Ky. Louise Speck Dalton, Ohio Craig Taylor N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Robert Tatro Wallaster, Mass. Priscilla Taylor Kittery, Maine y . Ak A Awk Chappell Thomas Barbourville, Ky. Kay Trueman Glen Burnie, Md. Carlene Triplett Ironton, Ohio Mary Tye Barbourville, Ky. Lynn Van Sant Handon Field, N. J. Dan Vickery Monticello, Ky. Jeff Wagner Woodbury, N. J. Ellie Waite Ridgefield, Conn. Arnold Waterman Glastonbury, Claudia Weber Jeffersontown, Ky. Robert Weyand Elma, N. Y. Allan Wick Vernon, Conn. Cammy Wiggins Wheaton, III. Lee Williams Berwyn, Pa. Monna Williams Clarksville, Ind. Celeste Wilson Helton, Ky. Wolfensberger Arlington, Va. Charles B. Wood Norristown, Pa. w ti 2 ! » tM Jkte 4 tih beverlee alien daniel anderson Joyce anderson robert j. anderson carolyn asher Judith ashley jean austin ernest ayers barbara bachman barbara baird jay banks runyon barkelew elizabeth barrows John w. bartlett, jr. joyce bartolo carol batten john bauer lody baxter linda bechtol richard beiseiker roderick bennett marvin benning gordon berghofer richard bierkan david birkett harry bixler sue blackman m n ill jerry bolt terry bott thomas boyle george bradford john r. bransby Sharon brierley ronald c. brockett kenneth r. broomell kip brown ii £fe£ftf ik •- larry browning william bruce ann bryant mike bumgardner bonnie bush ralph bushey william butts Clinton campbell william campbell M±mL d M k mrA william p. campbe james carey, jr john carter ken chang Charles chapman richard chasey samuel clonch bill clugston dana lee cole jack colley richard collins ron coluccio robert cooper jerry correll Virginia crayton george crowell richard cummings lawrence curd 153 larry davis raymond day barbara deaton jim deaver neal deaves linda dechamps eric degroff loia de!k bruce depew « » HP? FT Bif itei iMtomk+ ' tik jon dolence richard duquette david eder greg english amos evans paul eversole lee farmer waiter fawley richard (ay harry fenton linda ferrer waiter field jeri fields r ron filler . . diane fisher - jUw david fleming " .-TL Bl john follitt • " ' Constance foster + " ' ' m J ' A ' ■ J donald fowler karla freeman dale garretson bonnie gavitt hugh gillespie kathy glasgow thomas golden paula goldsberry betty gray linda gray marcia graybeal john green lonnie hall marvin hall, jr barbara hammons sharrold hammons sally hansen ruth hardison dan hart joanne hatz Janice heggan michael heller ronnie helton elizabeth herbst bill herzig anna hieronymus billy hill leamon hinkle robert hohne mar holbert judy holcombe virgil honeycutt rhoby horn Olivia howell William hudson, II waiter hull t fc 154 woody humphries brenda jackson margaret jackson sylvia jackson janet jacobus mary jarvis mary jaynes faith johnson julianna Johnson 4si frli ' r r ruth Johnston sue Jones richard jones gail jordon marita Joseph sue kennedy dorothy kiger cheryl kinningham nancy klass linda klumpp william knapp randall knuckles karl kraft faith kunze charlotte lewis wally lindenmuth alfred lindquist wait list n iM;i It % andrew long thomas lucas robert luers david machin fredrick mack Joseph macwan thomas maggio janet magsam Stephen mahler tit : 4iMAlt thomas manuel doug marshall byron martin lyvonne martin Steven masden dan mauro Steven mays phyllis mcadams jeanette mcdonald thomas mcfarland judith medley keith miliar Claudia miller Vivian miller Charles mills gary mills guy millward margaret mitchell thomas mohr June myers michael neiswender fred noyes richard nuckols John olmslead norma osborne raymond owens ronnie owens 155 coburn palmer janice pappas Joanne pappas nancy parker charles parsons don paxton brenda peffer kyle perkins kristine peschel delbert peters melinda pickard bob pittser dean poole jo ann powell carol proctor janice prunier peter quimley michael quinn lJ«ft fe Mitt J a ? A: ernest ragland phyllis rati iff dana rattray richard reese torn renkin bobbie reynolds phiilip nee bruce richards francis richards •-: frank richer wilma richey lavonne roark lenora roark roger roark barbara roberts palmer robeson wayne rogers Charles rutledge sherry sayce darreii sayles John schmidt Joseph schnelzer sandi schnitz bonnie seate margaret seale john semkus, jr diane shadle maureen sharrah ' " A donald shaw • " " l beverty sheldon W -i mary showell m E - douglas sipple 4 Wk. John smalley h cecil smith lance st. clair manlyn stam maxine Stanley karla steiner john Stephens, II robert Stevens john stev art Sandra stidham william stone susan streit james sturgis, jr 156 sammy sussman lynn sutton karin swann robert thurber eddie tiilie dawn tobergta martha troup janel trudeau barbara turner AMI johnle turner ken turner robert underwood kathie valentik phyllis valentine fred almelo gerwin vanderpool charlotte vanover John vaught harry vickery donald vis james walker elaine Wallace pam Wallace roger wallis donald ward lanny walls thomas weeks nw hazel white jon whittaker emily willis nancy willis mildred wilson brent wininger james wolf keith wortinger brenda yeager paul young 157 senior directory JEANNINE ALEXANDER — Dolphin club. SNEA, A.W.S. Council, U.C.C.A., Girls ' intramurals. MICHAEL ALEXANDER — Appalachian volunteers, Council of the Southern Mountains. MELVA ARTHUR — U.C.C.A., Intramurals, A.W.S. representative. DONALD BAUTZ — Council of the Southern Mountains, Alpha Phi Omega. Track, U Club, Basketball Manager, Publications Com- mittee, Intramurals. JOE BEAVON — Orange and Black, Stespean, Student Judicial Council, Alpha Psi Omega, U.C.C.A., M.S.M.. Oxford Club, Play- likers. Student Activities Committee, Student Senate Food Com- mittee, Spring Formal and Homecoming Band Committee. WILLIAM BECKMAN — Intramurals, Stevenson Hall Dormitory Council. Bowling League. LINDA SHARON BELL — Phi Cwens, Beta Chi Alpha, Alpha Psi Omega. Playlikers, Pfeiffer Hall Dorm Council, Home Economics Club. AL BENNETT— Rifle Club, Track, Junior Spring Formal, Alpha Phi Omega. JOHN BENSON — Oxford Club, German Club, U.C.C.A., M.S.M. CARTER BLACK — Council of the Southern Mountains, Alumni Scholarship, Social Studies Senior Assistantship. DAVID BLOMQUIST — Alpha Phi Omega, Stevenson Hall Dorm Council, Student Activities Committee, Appalachian Volunteers. KENNETH BOGGS — Dolphin Club, U.C.C.A., B.S.U., Baseball, In- tramurals. Stevenson Hall Dorm Council President, Circle K. Pep Club, Biology Club, Bowling League. RUTH CAROL BOYD — Cwens, Choir, Orchestra, lota Sigma Nu, S.N.E.A. CHRIS BREWSTER — M.S.M. , Oxford Club, Council of the South- ern Mountains, Chorus, Choir, U.C.C.A. BARBARA BROOME — Home Economics Club, Council of the Southern Mountains, S.N.E.A., PHT ' s. ROBERT BROOME — Council of the Southern Mountains, Swim- ming Team, Stevenson Hall Dormitory Council, U.C.C.A., Student Senate, Alpha Phi Omega, S.N.E.A. VIRGINIA BURDICK — Beta Chi Alpha, Student Senate Food Committee, German Club, Student Activities Committee, Class Secretary — 2,3, Dormitory Council, Intramurals, Dolphin Club, Pep Club, U.C.C.A.. Women ' s Recreation Association, Stespean, Women ' s Bowling League. FLOYD COOPER — M.S.M., Oxford Club, French Club, U.C.C.A., Student Activities Committee, Stespean, Choir, Chorus, Bach En- semble, Collegium Musicum, American Guild of Organists, Music Educator ' s National Conference, Chapel Organist, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Freshman Orientation Committee. BILL DAVIES — Unaffiliated. PAUL DE MARCO — Art Club, Intramurals, Newman Club, Circle K, Student Senate Food Committee, S.N.E.A. JOHN DREW — Student Senate, Circle K, Lakeside Dormitory Council, Student Food Committee, Bowling League, Pep Club, U.C.C.A. JANE EMBREE — Freshman class Secretary, Cheerleader, U Club, A.W.S., Treasurer Sophomore, Junior, Senior Classes. JOSEPH FOSTER — Student Senate Vice President, Tennis Team, Choir, U Club, Lakeside Dormitory Council, Circle K. Appalachian Volunteers, Milesians, Student Center Advisory Board, M.S.M., Student Senate Judiciary Board. KATHY FOX — Cwens, lota Sigma Nu. WILLIAM FRITZ — S.N.E.A., Alpha Delta. SUE FRAZIER — Phi Cwens, Beta Chi Alpha, Cheerleader, Coun- cil of the Southern Mountains, A.W.S. President, Pi Gamma Mu, Foreign Students Organization, Appalachian Volunteers, U. Club. DON FUGATE — Stespean, Orange and Black, Lakeside Dormi- tory Council, German Club, U.C.C.A. TONI FULLER — Freshman Orientation Committee, Student Sen- ate Secretary, Business Manager of Orange and Black, Alpha Psi Omega, A.W.S. Secretary, Beta Chi Alpha, Playlikers, Presi- dent ' s Council. M.S.M., Student Activities Committee. IGNACIO GARCIA — Foreign Students Organization, Biology Club. SARA GILPIN — A.W.S., U.C.C.A. Stespean Queen Candidate, In- tramurals, Extramurals, Freshman Orientation Committee, Candi- date for Homecoming Queen, Candidate for Mountain Laurel Rep- resentative Stespean, W.R.A., S.N.E.A., Pi Epsilon Alpha, Student Senate Judicial Council. CLAUDIA HAVENS — Choir, Orchestra, Cwens, Beta Chi Alpha, Home Economics Club, A.W.S., Student Senate, Student Senate Advisory Board, Freshman Orientation Committee, lota Sigma Nu, Women ' s Musi c Association, Homecoming Queen 1964, Mountain Laurel Representative 1964, Best Dressed Girl 1963, School of Music Award, Senior Assistantship in Music Department, A.G.O., Collegium Musicum. HARRY HERREN — B.S.U., Lakside Dormitory Council, Circle K German Club, Student Senate, Student Senate Food Committee. S. J. HISSAM — American Chemical Society, Alpha Phi On-ieg MARY LEWIS — U.C.C.A., A.W.S., Associate Editor of Stespean, S.N.E.A. JAMES LINDSEY — Alpha Phi Omega, S.N.E.A., Appalachian " oi- unteers, Freshman Orientation Committee. EVERETT LONG — Council of the Southern Mountains, Ba?sball, U Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Dolphin Club, Editor of U Book, Pep Club, Student Activities Committee, Intramurals, Radio Club, Freshman Orientation Committee, S.N.E.A. ROBERT LONG — Newman Club, Pi Epsilon Alpha, U Club, Dol- phin Club, Swimming, All-American Swim Team, Most Valuable Athlete. LYNN McCARTY — U.C.C.A., Oxford Club. WAYNE MATTHEWS — Intramurals, Dolphin Club, U.C.C.A., Circle K, Pep Club, Chorus. JERRY LOUISE MILLER — A.W.S.. Student Senate Food Com- mittee, Council of the Southern Mountains, Appalachian Volun- teers, S.N.E.A., Beta Chi Alpha, Student Senate Judicial Council, Home Economics Club. DORA SUE OXENDINE— Beta Chi Alpha, Cwens, S.N.E.A., Stu- dent Activities Committee, Stespean, Band, Pep Club, A.W.S., U.C.C.A. ROBERT PARSONS — Circle K. JOHN PENDELTON — Manager of Basketball and Baseball, U Club. SUSAN JOE POPE — Cwens, Student Senate, Judicial Council, Pi Gamma Mu, Stespean. SAM POWELL — Student Judicial Council, Tennis, Presidents ' Council, Circle K, JOAN PREWITT — S.N.E.A., Stespean. RICK QUIST — Business Manager of the Stespean, Pi Gamma Mu, Circle K, Presidents ' Council, lota Sigma Nu. ANITA RAYBURN — Owens, American Guild of Organists, Choir, Collegium Musicum, Orchestra, A.W.S., Sigma Alpha lota, lota Sigma Nu, Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart. BUDDY RYAN SALYER — Milesians, Circle K, Student Senate, Editor of the Stespean 66, French Club, Biology Club, Lakeside Dormitory Council, Rifle Club, Cauldron 1962. GROVE SAUSELEN — Swim team, Dolphin Club, Intramurals, U Club, Bowling League, Bowling Team, Lakeside Dorm Council. CAYE SCHEEPER — Pi Epsilon Alpha, Dolphin Club, W.R.A., New- man Club, Extramural Hockey, Extramural Basketball, Women ' s Bowling League, Intramurals. RAY SEVERNS — Bowling League, Alpha Phi Omega, Lakeside Dorm Council, Lakeside Fire Warden. PHIL SHARP — Vice-President class 1,2,3,4, Circle K, lota Sigma Nu, Student Senate Judicial Council, Intramurals, American Chemi- cal Society, Student Center Advisory Board. BARBARA STADERMAN — Sophomore Counselor, S.N.E.A., Ap- palachian Volunteers, Home Economics Club, A.W.S. Judicial Council, Beta Chi Alpha. KATHLEEN SWITZ — W.R.A., S.N.E.A., Stespean, Intramurals, Home Economics Club, Extramurals, A.W.S. GERALDINE SYME — A.W.S., B.S.U., Stespean, S.N.E.A., Council of the Southern Mountains, Appalachian Volunteers. CHASTIAN TAURMAN — A.P.O. Vice President, Chairman of the Presidents ' Council. NORM TAYLOR — Student Senate, Baseball, U Club, Bridge Club. JOHN TENDER — American Chemical Society, Biology Club, Stespean, Rifle Club. JERRY TURNER — French Club, German Club, Senior Assistant- ship in Language Department, lota Sigma Nu. RICHARD VANDE VOORDE — Circle K, Newman Club, Student Activities Committee, Stevenson Hall Dormitory Council, Student Senate, President ot the Student Body 1965-66, Student Center Advisory Board, Pep Club, Freshman Orientation Committee. FRANK VUONO — Foreign Students Club, Alpha Phi Omega, In- tramurals. LINDA TURNER — PHT ' s, German Club, lota Sigma Nu. MARGIE WORLEY — Pi Epsilon Alpha, W.R.A., S.N.E.A., Stespean, Commuters ' Club. JOHN WYNKOOP — President Lakeside Dormitory Council, Circle K, Bowling League, Baseball, Intramurals, Pep Club. DAVID FOWLER — Student Center Advisory Board, Alpha Phi Omega, Appalachian Volunteers, Orange and Black. 158 3 rd floor lakeside G 159 KNOX CASH JOBBERS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS - RACK JOBBERS Confection — Cigars Restaurant Supplies — Sundry Items Health Beauty Aids School Supplies Highway 25 E Barbourville Knox Street 546-3400 MILLER - YANCEY FINE FURNITURE North Main Street Barbourville, Kentucky ENGLE ' S STUDIO COURT SQUARE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY 160 KIDD BROS. GROCERY Court Square Barbourville, Ky. VISIT CLARA ' S SHOPPE Merle Norman Cosmetics also English Leather and By George for men Barbourville, Ky. Parents are supporting Union College! °Books-for-birthdays °Books-for-Christmas " Parents ' Campaign WILLIAMS STORE Court Square Barbourville, Kentucky THE CORNER DRUG STORE Prescriptions A Specialty Barbourville, Ky. LI 6-3171 HAMPTON AND NAU Nunn Bush Shoes Botany 500 Suits Arrow Shirts Barbourville, Kentucky RAPP LUMBER COMPANY 200 Knox Street Barbourville, Kentucky G. E. Appliances CATRON MOTOR COMPANY New Fords and Mercurys Corbin, Kentucky 161 Compliments of KNOX COUNTY OFFICALS ! . 1 ■ s 1 KNOX COUNTY OFFICIALS. Sealed, L-R: Ed McDonald, County Clerk; Eulis Bingham, Sheriff; Lester Broughton, Jailer. Standing: Bill Sears, County Judge; Floyd Sowders, Circuit Court Clerk; John Dixon, County Attorney. 162 BARBOURVILLE INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE " THAT ' S OUR ONLY BUSINESS " Chas. W. Buchanan, Agt. Roy L. Faulkner, Agt. 109 Knox Street— Barbourville, Kentucky PHONE: 546-4171 HERNDON DRUG CO., INC. Phone 546 -3111 The REXALL Store A. T. Corey, Mgr. BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY AMERICAN FIDELTY BANK Knox Street Barbourville, Kentucky Phone: 546-3138 Compliments of BOGGS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY P. O. 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CORBIN DEPOSIT BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Corbin, Kentucky Two Downtown Locations Serving — Whitley, Laurel and Knox Counties without interruption for over a Quarter of a Century 19.35 1966 169 KNOX AUTO PARTS Wholesale Distributors for Auto Parts PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES BEST WISHES from KNOX MOTOR CO. The best place for the best deal Oldsmobile Chevrolet Cadillac COTTON ' S ONE HOUR CLEANERS Barbourville, Kentucky Students Welcome I. G. A. FOODLINER Barbourville. Kentucky Phone: 546-3420 170 Welcome Students! GOLDE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Barbourville Kentucky Compliments of ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO., INC. Williamsburg, Kentucky LAKESIDE LANES Barbourville, Kentucky Compliments of _..__„»■;-— —r— ■ ' ■ ' . ' . ••• ■ - -- CUMBERLAND VALLEY RURAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION Grays, Kentucky 171 Advocate Publishing Company, Inc. Publishers of THE BARBOURVILLE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE THE UNION COLLEGE ORANGE AND BLACK Sales Agency Olivetti-Underwood Corp. The world ' s leading desk-top business machines Phone 546-3175 Barbourville, Kentucky Compliments of MULLINS LAUNDRYMAT Barbourville Kentucky Dr. and Mrs. Marcum Lois ' Dress Shop Judys ' Flowers Mary and Rick: freedom awaits graduation! Tye House — Winnie, Susan, Nancy, Yvonne, and Judy Yeah Sports! Judy and Jim Donna-clause comes but once a year!!! Down with compulsory chapel: C. V. and Bible Bob Congrats to C. B. and Suzie Phyllis Lewis and Rusty Brewster The Havertown Kids: Pix and Mo The Leslie County Kids Greetings from Yancy-Rebels are Great!!! All our support — from the Jockey Club The corridor of the IBI ' s and the B.B.A. ' s!!!! Woody and Rick — God Bless the floodwall and Jellico Stoll, Boyle, Brown, and ? — Arlene, Jan, Beth, and Carlene From Annie and Gini to the Boys in Lakeside August 20, 1966 — Ron and Jane Sell Wheezy and Boop — one down and two to go. Ron, Earl, and Hank — Cherry Hill — 239 Compliments of the Batmen From Greek and Hockey to Holes Ken and Sharon— May 28, 1966 ????? From the closet Room 117 — Dan, Tom, and Coby Bob, Nancy, Gary, Pa., and Va., Room 118 Tsoy-pleh I ma a tneduts ta noinu Fugie would go around the world to see Carolyn Joe Beavon and Kay Knight — June 4, 1966 The mail won ' t be up by 9 because I lost Joan P. and Ed. A. The Phanthoms of Pfeiffer plus two Judy and Mary, Paintsville, and Florida CDL — Think of the good time — Jo Willie and Carol: Pride of New Jersey Just a Friend. 172 student index Abbuhl, Ann — 141 Acton, John — 147 Alexander. Ed — 147 Alexander, Jeannine — 132 Alexander, Michael — 141 Allen, Beverlee — 153 Allan, Larry — 141 Allen, Shirley — 141 Allen, Thomas — 132 Allison, George — 132 Almelo, Fred — 157 Anderson, Daniel — 153 Anderson, Don — 141 Anderson, Joyce — 153 Anderson, Robert — 153 Angel, Ed — 141 Apner, Dave — 141 Arnett, Brenda — 141 Arthur, Melva — 132 Asher, Carolyn — 153 Ashley, Judith — 153 Austin, Jean — 153 Ayers, Barbara — 147 Ayers, Charlene — 147 Ayers, Ernest — 153 Babbage, Beverly — 147 Bachmann, Barbara — 153 Baird, Barbara — 153 Baksa, Bruce — 141 Bales, Paul — 147 Banks, Jay — 153 Barkelew, Runyon — 153 Barrott, Bill — 147 Barrows, Elizabeth — 153 Bartlett, Gayle — 147 Bartlett, John — 153 Bartley, Lester — 141 Bartolo, Joyce — 153 Bateman, Debbie — 147 Batten, Carol — 153 Bauer, John — 153 Bautz. Donald — 132 Baxter, Lody — 153 Beavons, Joe — 132 Beckmann, Bill — 132 Beddia, Frank — 141 Beiseiker, Richard — 153 Bell, Sharon — 132 Bennett, Al — 132 Bennett. Roderick — 153 Benning, Marvin — 153 Benson, John — 132 Benz, John — 147 Berghofer, Gordon — 153 Betts, A. E. — 147 Biel. Cass — 147 Bierkan, Richard — 153 Bird. Judy — 147 Birkett, David — 153 Bixler, Harry — 153 Black, Carter — 132 Black. Robert — 147 Blackman, Sue — 153 Blakley, Jan — 147 Blomquist, Dave — 132 Boggs, Kenneth — 133 Borusky. Ray — 147 Bossman, Linda — 147 Bott Jerry — 153 Bott Terry — 153 Bourgery, Bob — 133 Boyle, Thomas — 153 3ozarth. Vicki — 141 Bradford George — 153 Bradley, Viola — 141 Bramm, Bob — 141 Bransby. John — 153 Brazier, Winnie — 141 Breeding, Geraldine — 133 Brewster, Chris — 133 Brewster, Howard — 147 Brian. Pat — 147 Brierley, Sharon — 153 Brinly, Kathy — 147 Brockett, Ronald — 153 Brockway, Jerome — 147 Broome. Barbara — 133 Bromall, Kenneth — 153 Broome, Barbara — 133 Broome. Bob — 133 Brown. Billy — 133 Brown. Gail — 147 Brown, Gerald — 147 Brown, Jeff — 147 Brown, John — 141 Brown, Kip — 153 Browning, Larry — 153 Bruce, William — 153 Bryant, Ann — 153 Bryant. Janice — 147 Bumgardner, Mike — 153 Burdick, Hadwin — 141 Burdick, Virginia — 133 Burhans, Paul — 141 Burnett, Jim — 147 Bush, Bonnie — 153 Bushey. Ralph — 153 Butts, Bill — 153 Butts, Glenda — 147 Campbell. Bill — 141 Campbell, Clinton — 153 Campbell. William — 153 Campbell, William P. — 153 Carey, James — 153 Carey. Roland — 147 Carter, John — 153 Caswell, Bill — 147 Chaney. Phyllis — 148 Chang, Ken — 153 Chapman. Charles — 153 Chasey, Richard — 153 Cheeseman, Jay — 141 Christiansen. Ed — 148 Christie. Harry — 142 Chupe. Linda — 148 Cini, Al — 148 Clapham, Reid — 142 Clark, Arthur — 148 Clemow, Craig — 148 Clowch, Sam — 153 Clugston. Bill — 153 Coffman, Ella — 142 Connolly, Don — 142 Cole, Dana — 153 Colley. Jack — 153 Collins, Richard — 153 Coluccio. Ron — 153 Cooper. Floyd — 133 Cooper. Robert — 153 Cooper, Steve — 148 Cope. Phyllis — 142 Cornelius, Doug — 142 Correll, Jerry — 153 Cowan, Sheryl — 133 Cox. Robert — 133 Crayton, Virginia — 153 Crisafolli, Claudio — 142 Crouwse, John — 148 Crowell, George — 153 Cummings, Richard — 153 Curd, Lawrence — 153 Cutadean, Frank — 148 Dando. Clifford — 148 Darnell. Ronnie — 142 Davis, Larry — 154 Day, Jeff — 148 Day, Raymond — 154 Deaton, Barbara — 154 Deaver, Jim — 154 Deaves, Neal — 154 DeChamps, Linda — 154 DeFrees, Jon — 148 Degroff, Eric — 154 Delk, Hugh — 148 Delk, Lana — 148 Delk. Lola — 154 Delorme, Laurie — 133 Delorme, Thomas — 134 Depew, Bruce — 154 Devaughn, Yvonne — 142 DiMarco. Paul — 134 Diaz, Lucy — 142 Dickinson, Don — 134 Diehl, Edward — 148 Dillman, Richard — 148 Divries, Mary — 148 Dolence, Jon — 154 Douglass. Winn — 142 Downey, Jack — 134 Drew, John — 134 Duffany. Richard — 134 Dugger, Elisha — 142 Dunaway. Jimmy — 148 Duncan, Carol — 148 Duquette, Richard — 154 Eder. David — 154 Edwards, Mary ■ — 148 Egorenko. Karolina — 142 Elhert, George — 142 Elliott. Diane — 148 Embree, Jane — 134 Emeigh, Bill — 142 English, Greg — 154 Ermin, Barbara — 148 Erslan, Paul — 134 Evans. Amos — 154 Eversole, Paul — 154 Farmer, Lee — 154 Farner, John — 142 Fawley. Walt — 154 Fay. Richard — 154 Fenton, Harry — 154 Ferrer, Linda — 154 Field, Walter — 154 Fields, Jeri — 154 Filler, Ron — 154 Finkler, Jim — 148 Finney, Bill — 148 Fischer, Kenneth — 148 Fisher, Diane — 154 Fleming, David — 154 Folk, Earl — 134 Follitt, John — 154 Foster, Connie — 154 Foster, Joseph — 134 Fowler, David — 134 Fowler, Donald — 154 Fox, Kathryn — 134 Frazier, George — 148 Frazier. Sue — 135 Freeman, Karla — 154 Fritz, Bill — 135 Fugate, Don — 135 Fuller, Toni — 135 Funk, Lenetta — 142 Gail, Robert — 151 Gallinger, Bruce — 148 Canary, Lynn — 142 Gante. Peter — 135 Garcia, Ignacio — 135 Garretson, Dale — 154 Gattuso. Vince — 148 Gavitt, Bonnie — 154 Gee, Jemina — 143 Geyer, Chris — 148 Gillespie, Hugh — 154 Giron, Mary — 143 Glasgow, Kathy — 154 Glass, Fran — 143 Glover, Cathie — 148 Golden, Ruth — 135 Golden, Thomas — 154 Goldsberry, Paula — 154 Gordon, John — ■ 149 Gould. Burton — 149 Gray, Barry — 149 Gray, Betty — 154 Gray, Linda — 154 Graybeal. Marcia — 154 Green, John — 154 Gregory. Ed — 149 Gregory, Hal — 149 Griffin. Vaughn — 143 Griffin, Peggy — 143 Guilmartin, Warren — 149 Gutknecht, Bob — 149 Haff. June — 149 Hahn, Bertram — 143 Hall. Lonnie — 154 Hall. Marvin — 154 Halter, Jerry — 149 Hamilton, Carol — 149 Hamm, Elizabeth — 1 35 Hammons, Barbara — 154 Hammons, John — 149 Hammons, Pat — 135 Hammons. Sharrold — 154 Hansen, Sally — 154 Hantke. John — 149 Hardison, Ruth — 154 Harrison, Mark — 149 Hart, Dan — 154 Hartman, Bob — 143 Hartsfield, Joyce — 135 Harvey, James — 149 Hatz, Jo Anne — 154 Havens, Bob — 149 Havens, Claudia — 135 Hawley, Wayne — 149 Hawn, Sharon — 143 Hayes, Larry — 143 Heggan, Janice — 154 Heller, Michael — 154 Helton. Glenna — 135 Helton, Judith — 136 Helton, Liz — 149 Helton, Ronnie — 154 Herbst, Elizabeth — 154 Herren, Harry — 136 Herzig, Bill — 154 Heskamp, Ann — 149 Hewitt, Eric — 149 Hieronymus, Anna — 154 Hicks, Don — 143 Hill. Billy — 154 Hillier, Larry — 143 Hinkle. Leamon — 154 Hissam, Joe — 136 Hoctor. Martha — 149 Hoeflick, John — 149 Hoepfner, Ed — 149 Hoffman. Bill — 149 Hoffman, Wayne — 143 Hoffstein, Paul — 136 Hogg, Peggi — 149 Hohne, Robert — 154 Holbert, Mary — 154 Honeycutt. Virgil — 154 Horn, Rhoby — 154 Hoskins, Carl — 149 Howard, Mary — 143 Howell, Olivia — 154 Huckle, Don — 149 Hudson, William — 154 Hull. Walter — 154 Humphries. Woody — 155 Isaacs, Paul — 136 Jackson, Brenda — 155 Jackson, Margaret — 155 Jackson, Sylvia — 155 Jacobus. Janet — 155 Janka, John — 143 Jarvis, Mary — 155 Jaynes, Mary — 155 Jenkins, Scott — 149 Johnson, Faith — 155 Johnson, Jack — 143 Johnson. Julianna — 155 Johnston, Ruth — 155 Jones, Chester — 143 Jones, Richard — 155 Jones, Sue — 155 Jordon, Gail — 155 Joseph, Marita — 155 Kalbach, Steve — 143 Kehr, Bryon — 144 Kennedy, Sue — 155 Keyser, Susan — 149 Kidd, John — 149 Kiger, Dorothy — 155 Kinard, Joyce — 144 Kinkade, Jeri — 149 Kinningham, Cheryl — 155 Klass, Nancy — 155 Kleeb, Ken — 150 Kloss. Richard — 150 Klump, Linda — 155 Knapp, Bill — 155 Knuckles, Judith — 144 Knuckles, Randall — 155 Kraft, Karl — 155 Kronk. Jeff — 144 Kunath, Bob — 144 Kunze. Faith — 155 Lamb, Ed — 144 Lambert, Art — 150 Langdon, Marie — 144 Law. Jane — 144 Lee, Elizabeth — 144 Lee, Ronald — 150 Lee, Wilbur — 144 LePeyre, Jon — 150 Leslie, Alex — 150 Lewis, Charlotte — 155 Lewis, Mary — 135 Lewis, Phyllis — 150 Lewis, Sue — 144 Libby, Connie — 144 Liford. Loretta — 150 Lightner. Jerolyn — 144 Liming, Steven — 144 Linaburg. Earl — 150 Linden. Jean — 150 Lindenmuth, Wally — 155 Linderman, Bob — 150 Lindquist, Alfred — 155 Lindsey. Jim — 136 List. Walter — 155 Lloyd, Huntley — 144 Lobb, Dave — 144 Locke. Ted — 144 Logan, Doug — 150 Lombari. Leon — 150 Long, Andrew — 155 Long. Everett — 136 Long, Bob — 136 Loseno. Barbara — 150 Love. John — 144 Loy, Harry — 144 Lucas, Thomas — 155 Luers, Robert — 155 Lumpkins, Joy — 136 Lynch, Gerald — 145 MacDaniel, Ed — 150 Machin, David — 155 Mack, Fred — 155 Macneil. Bob — 150 Macwan, Joe — 155 Maggio. Thomas — 155 Magnusen, Thor — 150 Magsam, Janet — 155 Mahan, Jim — 145 Mahler. Stephen — 155 Malone. Phillip — 145 Manuel, Thomas — 155 Marks. Linda — 150 Marquardt, Henry — 150 Marshall. Doug — 155 Marshall. John — 145 Martin, Barbara — 150 Martin, Bryon — 155 Martin, Lyvonne — 155 Masden, Stephen — 155 Matthews. Arlene — 145 Matthews, Wayne — 136 Mauro, Dan — 155 Mayer. Sue — 137 Mays, Stephen — 155 McAdams, Phyllis — 155 McCarty. Lynn — 136 McClanahan. Lee — 150 McClean, John — 150 McDonald, Jeannette — 155 McFarland, Thomas — 155 Medley, Judith — 155 Melillo, James — 150 Mellon. Fred — 150 Merckens. Jon — 150 Millar, Keith — 155 Miller, Claudia — 155 Miller, Jerry — 137 Miller, Vivian — 155 Mills. Charles — 155 Mills, David — 145 M ' M - «--» — 155 Millward, Guy — 155 tvuidiiuu, ivn 6 — 1D0 Mitchell. John — 150 Mitchell. Margaret — 155 Mohr, Thomas — 155 Molnar. John — 150 Moody, Bill — 137 Morris, William — 150 Morrison, Bruce — 145 Murray, Larry — 150 Meyers, June — 155 Naylor, Ron — 150 Neace, Jody — 151 Neiswender, Michael — 155 Newbert. Phil — 137 Nielson, James — 151 Nourse, Carol — 145 Noyes, Fred — 155 Nuckols, Richard — 155 Olmstead, Dale — 151 Olmstead. John — 155 Osborn. Norma — 155 173 Osterhout. Henry — 137 Olsen. Douglas — 151 Oswald. Bob — 145 Owens. Raymond — 155 Owens. Ronnie — 155 Oxendine. Dora — 137 Palmer. Coburn — 156 Pappas. Janice — 156 Pappas. Joanne — 156 Parker. Bill — 151 Parker. Michael — 137 Parker. Nancy — 156 Parker. Pete — 145 Parkinson. Joe — 145 Parsons, Bob — 137 Parsons. Charles — 156 Parsons. Myra — 145 Patterson, Douglas — 151 Patterson. Glyn — 151 Patton, Ed — 145 Paxton, Don — 156 Payne. Curtis — 151 Payne. Geraldine — 151 Peele. Paula — 137 Peffer, Brenda — 156 Pekich. Barry — 137 Pendleton. John — 137 Pennycuff. Susan — 145 Perkins. Kyle — 156 Peschel. Kristine — 156 Peters. Delbert — 156 Pickard. Melinda — 156 Pilkey. John — 151 Pipo. Russell — 151 Pittser, Bob — 156 Poole. Dean — 156 Pope. Susan — 137 Port. Deborah — 151 Powell, Jane — 138 Powell. Jo Ann — 156 Powell. Sam — 138 Prewitt. Joan — 138 Prewitt. Joy — 151 Proctor. Carol — 156 Prunier. Janice — 156 Prunty. Randall — 151 Quelle, Maurice — 145 Quick, Kay — 151 Quimley. Peter — 156 Quinn, Michael — 156 Quist. Eric — 138 Ragland. Ernest — 156 Ramsey. Karen — 151 Randell. Janet — 151 Ratliff. Phyllis — 156 Rattray. Dana — 156 Raught, Roland — 145 Rayburn, Anita — 138 Reams, Mitzi — 145 Rednour. Charles — 151 Reese, Richard — 156 Reid. Ian — 151 Renkin, Tom — 156 Reynolds, Bobbie — 156 Rice, Phillip — 156 Richer, Frank — 156 Richards, Bruce — 156 Richards, Francis — 156 Richey, Wilma — 156 Richmond, Samuel — 145 Risner, Gloria — 145 Roark, Lavonne — 156 Roark, Lenora — 156 Roark, Roger — 156 Robert. Allard — 151 Roberts, Barbara — 156 Robeson, Palmer — 156 Rockwell. David — 151 Rogers. Wayne — 156 Rollman, Bruce — 151 Rose. Deborah — 151 Ruth, Douglas — 151 Rutledge, Charles — 156 Sadler, Betty — 151 Salmon, Peter — 145 Salyer, Buddy — 138 Sartorio, Joy — 151 Sauselen, Grove — 138 Sayce, Sherry — 156 Sayles, Darrell — 156 Scheeper, Caye — 138 Schmidt. John — 156 Schnelzer. Joe — 156 Schnitz. Sandi — 156 Seale, Bonnie — 156 Seale, Margaret — 156 Seals, John — 146 Sell. Ronald — 157 Semkus, John — 156 Severns. Ray — 138 Shadle. Clark — 151 Shadle. Diane — 156 Sharrah. Maureen — 156 Sharp, Ann — 138 Sharp. Phillip — 138 Shaw. Don — 156 Shaw. Pat — 151 Sheldon, Beverly — 156 Shelton, Betsy — 152 Sheppard. Bert — 152 Sherwood, Sharon — 152 Shomper, Rich — 152 Showell, Mary — 156 Singer, Marcia — 152 Sipple, Douglas — 156 Smalley, John — 156 Smith, James — 139 Smith, Mark — 138 Smith, Cecil — 156 St. Clair. Lance — 156 Stam, Marilyn — 156 Stanley. Maxine — 156 Steiner. Karla — 156 Stephens, John — 156 Stevens, Bob — 156 Stewart, John — 156 Stidham, Sandra — 156 Stone, Bill — 156 Streit, Susan — 156 Sturgis, James — 156 Sowden, Paul — 146 Speck, Louise — 152 Staderman. Barbara — 139 Stafford, Bill — 146 Staplet. Barbara — 152 Stewart, Steve — 152 Stinson, Dan — 146 Strausser, James — 146 Sussman, Sammy — 157 Sutherlin, Bob — 152 Sutton, Lynn — 157 Swann. Kavin — 157 Sweis, Jeryis — 146 Swenkin, Thomas — 139 Switz, Kathleen — 139 Syme, Geraldine — 139 Taurman, Chastian — 139 Taylor, Craig — 152 Taylor, Brenda — 139 Taylor, Carl — 146 Taylor, Jocelyn — 146 Taylor. Norman — 139 Taylor. Priscilla — 152 Tender, John — 139 Thomas. Chappell — 152 Thurber, Robert — 157 Tillie, Eddie — 157 Tobergta. Dawn — 157 Trent, William — 139 Trethaway, Diane — 146 Triplett, Carlene — 152 Troup, Martha — 157 Trudeau, Janet — 157 Trueman, Kay — 152 Tucker, Nancy — 146 Tuholsky, Chris — 146 Turner, Barbara — 157 Turner, Jerry — 139 Turner,, Johnie — 157 Turner, Ken — 157 Turner, Linda — 139 Turner, Norma — 139 Tye. Mary — 152 Underwood. Robert — 157 Vair, Vivian — 146 Valentik, Kathie — 157 Valentine, Phyllis — 157 Vanderpool, Gerwin — 157 Vande Voorde. Richard — 140 Vanover, Charlotte — 157 Van Sant, Lynn — 152 Vaught, John — 157 Vickery, Dan — 152 Vickery, Harry — 157 Vis, Donald — 157 Vuono, Frank — 146 Wagner. Jeff — 152 Waite. Ellie — 152 Walker. Jim — 157 Wallace. Elaine — 157 Wallace. Pam — 157 Wallis, Roger — 157 Wallis, Lanny — 157 Waltz, David — 146 Ward, Donald — 157 Waterman, Arnold — 152 Weber, Claudia — 152 Weeks, Thomas — 157 Welch, Thomas — 140 West, Jim — 146 Weyand, Robert — 152 Wheeler. John — 140 White, Hazel — 157 Whittaker — 157 Wick, Allan — 152 Wiggins, Cammy — 152 Williams, Lee — 152 Williams, Monna — 152 Willis, Emily — 157 Willis, Nancy — 157 Wilson, Celeste — 152 Wilson, David — 146 Wilson, Jim — 146 Wilson, Mildred — 157 Wininger, Brent — 157 Wolf, James — 157 Wolfensberger, Ken — 152 Wood, Barry — 152 Worley, Margie — 140 Wortinger, Keith — 157 Wynkoop, John — 140 Yamana. Hiromi — 146 Yeager, Brenda — 157 Yeatts, Bill — 140 Yerger, Sylvia — 146 Yost, Earl — 146 Young, Paul — 157 174 I f There are many persons to whom I owe thanks for making this yearbook possible; the Bureau of the Budget for almost remem- bering to allot us our full quota of pesos; the Publications Com- mittee for not asking any questions; Miss Pat for the compliments; Rick Quist for breaking all records in advertising sales; Coby Palmer for the cover design; the weatherman for the proper num- ber of days of rain and snow for that kind of pictures; the boys of Stevenson Hall for the sarcastic remarks about the camera; Mary Lewis for being an excellent Associate Editor; the complete staff for jobs done; Joyce Hartsfield for questions asked; Ken Chang for trying; to most of the clubs for nearly getting their paragraphs to us on time; to most seniors for submitting their credits; Shiki, Basho, and peers for writing Haiku; the Dean ' s office for cutting my w orkship, thereby making it possible for me to exist as a poor artist; Miss Todd for accepting term papers late; Mr. Freeman for reading my philosophy exams lightly; Dick Fatturso for getting me into this mess; my draft board for giving me lots and lots of drive; and G.C.B. for sufficient reason and abundant inspiration. 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