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Show Hide text for 1978 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1978 volume: “ UNION COLLEGE LIBRARY Stespean ' 78 WEEKS-TOWNSEND MEMORIAL LIBRARY UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY GIVEN BY rVan Les L. i«.ty-i4 tf- v- ' ■ 5? Jew ' s - ■•• ' HRBS W lorlal Library Jnion College Barbourville, KY 40906 FOR EVERYTHING THERE IS A SEASON, AND A TIME FOR EVERY MATTER UNDER HEAVEN I TJM I A TIME TO BREAK DOWN AND A TIME TO BUILD UP A TIME TO WEEP AND A TIME TO LAUGH A TIME TO MOURN AND A TIME TO DANCE A TIME TO KEEP SILENCE AND A TIME TO SPEAK A TIME TO LOVE AND A TIME TO HATE r DEDICATED TO CATHERINE SINGER Mrs. Catherine Faulkner Singer will retire this year after serving 17 years as Director of Alumni Affairs at Union College. She began her pres- ent duties in August of 1961. In 1969, Mrs. Singer received the Alumni Association ' s Distinguished Service Award. She was organizer and facultv advisor of Gamma Beta Phi national honorary society on campus from 1966 to 1976. She is a charter member of Iota Sigma Nu honorary soci»tv, as well as of the Beta Chi Alpha. For 13 years Mrs. Singer has been secretary of the publications and communications committee. In 1976, she was named secretary of the commun- ity advisory council for the 100th Anniversary celebration. Mrs. Singer was honored at the 1978 KEA reception in Louisville and at the 1978 Homecoming Banquet held at Union. Mrs. Singer is listed in " Who ' s Who in American Women, " Who ' s Who in the South and Southwest, " and " Who ' s Who in American College and University Administrators. " She has belonged to the Federation of Women ' s Clubs, the American Alumni Council and the Union College Women ' s Club. TO YOU, MRS. SINGER, WE HUMBLY AND PROUDLY DEDICATE THE 1978 STESPEAN WITH THANKS! SENIORS Senior class officers: Regina Miller, Treasurer; Jakki Staggs, President; Susan Swisshelm, Sec. Absent from picture: Al Gordon, Vice President. Jo Ann Alford Barbourville, Ky. Elementary Education Rita Brooks Barbourville, Ky. Business Administration Cheryl Alvis Hamilton, Oh. English, Drama ii Wk Mark Carter Keokee, Va. Business Administration Patty Carter Keokee, Va. Home Economics i)onna Conley Clintwood, Va. history Sherroid Cornett Pineville, Ky. History Otis Doan Harlan Co . , Ky . Political Science Joha Edwards Barbourville, Ky. Business Administration Sally Fannon Pennington Gap, Va. Home Economics , Karen Fulks Jonesville, Va. Psychology, Sociology Gary Gooden Harlan County, Ky. Social Work James Hammell Magnolia, NJ. History John Hauser Barbourville, Ky. Recreation Shelley Howard Milford Center, Oh, Drama Peggy Johnson Pineville, Ky. Home Economics Tim Johnson Barbourville, Ky. Religion, Christian Ed. 1 nlfaif- ffi--ym ■ " ' Qa -- ; ::-;M : ' . " " Fred Jones Washington, NC Sociology Kim Jufer Milford, Oh. Biology Geneil Martin Corbin, Ky. Business , Education Anna Middleton Norton, Va. Physical Education Donna Mills Barbourville, Ky. Business Administration Regina Miller Big Stone Gap, Va. History Teresa Parrott Gray, Ky. Math, Business Carol Pearce East Bernstadt, Ky. Special Education Terry Pat ton Cleves, Oh. History Randy Pence Jackson, Ky. Drama Katy Lu Robbins Barbourville, Ky. Elementary Education Coleen Rose LaGrange, Mo. History, English Jakki Staggs Georgetown, Ohio Psychology ■ 1 ' AjiSB HSfc. ,A ;- Susan Swisshelm New Carlisle, Ohio Social Work Roberta Taylor LaGrange, Ky. Social Work Jeffery Tingle Bedford, Ky. Recreation Delia Wagner Troy, Ohio Business Administration Stella Wagner Troy, Ohio Business Administration Rhonda Wilson London, Ky. Physical Education JUNIORS Junior class officers: Ron Harrison, President; Jim Schilt, Treasurer. Absent from picture: Rita Bryan, Secretary; Tom Lawson, Vice Pres- ident. Robert J. Adams Flemington, NJ Sherry Arthur Kingston, Tn. Robert Beck York, Pa. George Black Barbourville, Ky. David Blevins Bristol, Va. Rita Bryan Lebanon Junction, Ky Joe Boswell La Plata, Md. Ruth Ann Cook Red Bird, Ky. Darlene Compton Newport, Ky. Patricia Danridge Dayton, Oh. Mary Etta Doolin Heidrick, Ky. Bonnie Foister London, Ky. Helen Foister. London, Ky. Oscar Goins Middleton, Ky. Mohammed Hadai Kermanshah, Iran Ronald Harrison Manalpan, NJ. George P. Haslam Barbourville, Ky. Patty Hatfield Barbourville, Ky. Julie Hirn Bainbridge, Oh. Pat Hollett Pennsville, NJ . Ernie House Milford, Oh. Polly Howard Coshocton, Oh. Wanda Ison Sandy Hook, Ky. Bobby Lawson Barbourville, Ky. Thomas Lawson Manahawkin, NJ. Bev Lenzer Covington, Ky. Medical Secretary, AAS Kim Lewanowicz Columbiaville, Mich. Pete McCoy Dover, Del. Joe Meibers Cincinnati, Oh. Debbie Mills Pineville, Ky. Bob Milone Margate, NJ. Victor Morris Staten Island, Casey O ' Rourke Evarts, Ky. Rick Preston Binghamton, NY. Joe Pronchick Paulsboro, NJ. Janet Rose Barbourville, Ky. Steven Rose LaGrange, Mo. James Schilt Franklin Square, NY Melanie Shaw Brookville, Ind. Robert Smith Jackson, Ky. Mackelene Smith Stanford, Ky. Bear Steele Lexington, Ky. F • ' ., H ' ■ . flp. ■t .. 1 Ik y ■•■ ' " i m v ' Frank Thatcher Voorhees, NJ. Thorn Thompson Cleves, Oh. Rudolf Thorns en Glascow, Ky. Marc Throckmorton Barbourville, Ky, Lynn Turner Pineville, Ky. Mike Vizoco Gibbsboro, NJ. Aaron Works, junior Philadelphia, Pa. Charlie Yazell, junior Paris, Ky. David Murray, junior Barbourville, Ky. Sandy Hash, soph. Corbin, Ky. Laquata Jordan, soph. Barbourville, Ky. Fred Mossbrucker, soph. Pitman, NJ. Cathy Baker, special Barbourville, Ky. Birgit Behrman, special Barbourville, Ky. % jS| I v " " m HP -it I ■ SOPHOMORES Sophomore class officers: Fred Mossbrucker, President Judy Hines, Secretary Steve Marshall, Vice President Absent from picture: Harry Davis, Treasurer Danny Adams Harrisburg, Pa. Charlie Akins Upper Marlboro, Md. D avid Ammerman Falmouth, Ky. Bob Angstadt Gibbsboro, NJ. Julie Ashman Eaton, Oh. Medical Secretary, AAS Hugh Baker BarbourYille Theresa Barnes Harlan, Ky. Deborah Bill Huntington Beach, Cal Steve Broughton Harlan, Ky. Durkee Davidson Louisville, Ky. JoAnn Davis iridgeton, NJ. Marilyn Goldblatt Vineland, NJ. Brenda Harris Salem, NJ. Debora Helton Flat Lick, Ky. Judy Hines Jonesville, Va. Darita Liford Barbour ivlle, Ky. Jackie Logue Waldorf, Md. Floyd Mack King George, Va. Computer Science, AAS Steven Marshall Chicopee, Mass. Scott Martin Barbourville, Ky. Theresa McMonagle Burlington, NJ. Edward Merkle Orrville, Oh. Edward P. Milano Cleves, Oh. Jesse W. Moore Hazard, Ky. Uena Newman Covington, Ky. Glenn Nichols Sharonville, Oh. Linda Partin Barbourville, Ky, David Pease Summit, NJ. % Jacqualeen Sellards Barbourville, Ky. Emmie Taylor Cape May, NJ. Masoud K. Teimoury Tehran Philip A. Thomas Cincinnati, Oh. Tim Throckmorton Barbourville, Ky. Theresa Turner Harlan, Ky. Andrew Woodward Maysville, Ky. Laura Yinger Thurmont, Md. FRESHMEN Freshman class officers: Pat Brodbeck, Secretary Rick Lauterback, President Absent from picture: Karl Young, Vice President Chuck Clark, Treasurer Arnetta Atkins Chatanooga, Tn. Jayne Bain Barbourville, Ky Donna Bianchi Warren, Mich. Ben Box Willington, NJ. Pat Brodbeck York, Pa. fi ( Daniel Burns Bledsoe, Ky. Beverly Carr Salem, NJ. Carl Castell Bloomfield, Ky. Chuck Clark Lockport, NY. Wade Cornet t Harlan, Ky. Nanette Cox Barbourville, Ky. Artis Cratch Newark , NJ . Johnny A. Delpont Hazard, Ky. yi .••■-■ David Ditillio Trenton, NJ. Roseleen Erwin Moen, Truk Dist David Guhl Lancaster, Pa. Janie Harber Rose Hill, Va. Jeanie Harber Rose Hill, Va. James Hatfield Barbourville, Amona Hill Plainfield, NJ Larry Hollis Atlanta, Ga. Cherrie Hurst Paulsboro, NJ. Yu-Shia Jao Taipai Tawain Douglas Johnson Barbourville, Ky. Danny Kitchener Alta Loma, Tx. Lorraine D. Landry Marlboro, Mass. Rick Lauterback Selden, NY. Terry McClain New Market, In. Mark B. Miller Magnolia, NJ. Jim Mull New Paris, Oh. Patricia Powell Heidrick, Ky. David Smallwood Barbourville, Ky Michael Stephens Lexington, Ky. Sandy Sutphin Ewing, Va. Steve Thompson Lexington, Ky. Karen Trent Rose Hill, Tom Urschel Rochester, Faculty ADMINISTRATION Rev. Raymond Gibson Campus Minister Mr. Robert Epley Director of Institutional Analysis Dr. Mahlon A. Miller President of the College Dr. Robert E. Rose Vice President for Academic Affairs Mr. Kevin McCullen AIDP Coordinator Mr. Milton Towns end Vice President for College Relations and Development r 4J Dean Doris Mays Dean of Students and Director Of Student Center Dr. Warren Robbins Asst. Vice President for Graduate Affairs, Prof, of Education Mr. E. Edwin LeMaster Registrar Mr. Fred Stoop Development Officer Mr. Boyd Todd Business Manager Treasurer Miss Joy Youmans Director of Admissions Mrs. Catherine Singer Director of Alumni Affair Mrs. Joann Maybrier Director of Financial Aid FACULTY Dr. Mohamed Dabbagh Associate Prof, of Economics Mrs. Mary Man is Assistant Prof, of Business Mr. Joe Hacker Director of Data Processing, Asst. Prof, of Business Mr. J. C. Newport Assistant Prof, of Business Mr. James Caleb Instructor in Business Admin. Miss Paula Hammons Instructor in Office Administration Mr. Allen Green Chairman, Div. of Humanities Associate Prof, of Music Mr. Leo Dontchos Head, Department of Fine Arts, Asst. Prof, of Music Miss Gayna Akillian Instructor in Music Dr. Robert Carey Prof, of Education Dr. John Boyd Part-time Grad. Prof, of Education Dr. Arthur Hafner Head, Department of Education, Prof, of Education Dr. Richard Glasser Associate Prof, of Special Education Sister Mary Gemma Harlow Associate Prof, of Education Mrs. Patricia Dontchos Assistant Prof, of Speech and Drama Dr. Gordon Marigold Head, Department of Languages, Prof, of Languages Dr. Andelys Wood Assistant Prof, of English Dr. Jan Finkel Assistant Prof, of English Dr. Lester Woody Associate Prof, of English Mr. B. M. Stallcup Associate Prof, of English Mr. Clevis Carter Assistant Prof, of Physical Science Dr. Ronald Caldwell Associate Prof, of Biology Mr. Stephen Wolfe Assistant Prof, of Biology Mr. James Hall Assistant Prof, of Chemistry Dr. Robert Simpson Chairman, Div. of Natural Sciences Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics Dr. J. Henry Barton Assistant Prof, of Environmental Studies Mr. Larry Inkster Instructor in Health, Physical Education and Recreation Miss Frances Patridge Chairman, Div. of Applied Science, Associate Prof, of Health, P.E. and Recreation Dr. Paul Moore Head, Department of Health and P.E., Dir. of Athletics, Coach, and Prof, of Health and P.E. Mrs. Mildred Hacker Assistant Prof, of Health, P. E. and Recreation Dr. Larry Klein Assistant Prof, of History Mr . James Cox Assistant Prof, of Social Work ALCOR Campus Director Mr. Sherman Oxendine Associate Prof, of History Coorinator of Appalachian Semester M ' ' ■ ♦ Mr. Richard Locke tt Instructor of Political Science Experiential Education Counselor Mr. Kenneth Winter Coordinator of Appalachian Regional Studies Dr. Judith Jennings Assistant Prof, of History Dr. Deril Mays Prof, of Psychology Dr. Dwight Stewart Prof, of Philosophy Dr. Robert Matthews Head, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Francis Landrum Memorial Prof, of Religion Mr. Robert Wilson Assistant Prof, of Sociology Miss Mary Alice Lay Assistant Prof, of Home Economics Miss Karla Kay Smith Assistant Prof, of Special Education and Art STAFF Mrs. Virginia Saddler Assistant Librarian Associate Prof, of Library Science Mr. Ronald Hoffman Director, Learning Resource Center Asst. Prof, of Education mp. fl - ■—■ — T_ ■— " " ' " . •• Ifcfc J " 4 r " A . v ' « 1 1 Mr. Clarence Chadwell Bookkeeper and Asst. Treasurer Dr. Dale Myers Director, Experiential Learning and Community Services Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry Mr. Charles Dibble Director of Adult Education Center Mr. Marshall Potter Supt. of Buildings and Grounds Mr. Robert Wainscott Cafeteria Manager Mr. James McFerrin Head Librarian Miss Mildred Maggard Student Loan Officer Mr. Edward Black Director of Career Planning and Placement Mrs. Betty Messer Clerk, Post Office Mr. Steve Sturgill Admissions Counselor Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Secretary, Regional Studies p mtL Miss Sharon Myrick Library Secretary Mr. Robert Hall Assistant Director of Admissions Mr. Edward Raquet Computer Programmer Mrs. Dorothy Harwood Dormitory Director Miss Phyllis Sexton Clerk in Bookstore Mrs. Karen Inkster Clerk-Typist, Registrar ' s Office Mrs. Louise Martin Secretary, Data Processing Miss Marsha Gray Secretary, Institutional Analysis Miss Kathy Weston Computer Programmer Mrs . Ronda Sturgill Faculty Secretary Mrs. Karen Wilson Circulation Assistant Mrs. Freda New Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Students Mrs. Sue Carr Secretary to the President Mrs. Sandra Blevins Secretary, Office of Academic Affairs and AIDP Mrs. Cindy Ammerman Secretary, Alumni Affairs Mrs. Mary Walker Executive Sec, Development Office Mrs. Cheryl Hamil Secretary, Development Office Mrs. Linda Sizemore Secretary, Graduate Affairs Mrs. Janet Bruner Financial Aid Secretary Mrs. Loretta Cowan Executive Secretary, Office of Admissions Student Senate members meet the Liberian Ambassador, with Mrs. Carey watching. Terrell Prichard repelling down the side of the gym for ROTC day. Daniel Boone Festival Float Union College Organizations k pflj Organizations PUB Pi Upsilon Beta (PUB) is a fraternity promoting fel- lowship and unity among its members in a spirit of friendship. Its member- ship consisting of: Row 1- Yu-Shia Jao, Oscar Goins, Mike Lindsey, Rick Hill, Jeff Tingle, Terry Joe McClain. Row 2-Rob Cromin, Mark West, Ernie House, Wade Cornett, David Pease, Tom Urschel, Danny Hinkle. Standing — Rudolf Thomsen, Dennis Macy, Randy Batton, Tom Lawson, Ed Hammell, Fred Mossbrucker, Steve Johnson, Bear Steele, Earl Grover, and Mark Creman, strives to maintain a feeling of brotherhood within their organization. Alpha Psi Omega, a National Honor Dramatics Fraternity members shown are from left to right: Glen Nichols, Steve Broughton, Joe Emmel, Carol Schulze, Dr. Lester Woody, Charlie Dibble, and Cheryl Alvis. Union ' s Zeta Chi chapter is open to anybody involved in Drama, who acquires the proper number of points in both acting and the techni- cal aspect of Drama. New members are inducted annu- ally at the Drama Awards Banquet. ALPHA PSI OMEGA BEST ACTOR- BEST ACTRESS -Victor Morris GYPSY ROBE-Cheryl Alvis -Shelley Howard BXA IRW. fr 4 S S§zfe- i " Beta Chi Alpha is a social sorority, whose activities include their an- nual formal for their pledges, and several various fund-raising activi- ties. Members are: Row 1-Melanie Shaw; Kim Jufer; Paula Hammons, co- advisor; Rhonda Sturgill, co-advisor Glenna Robinson. Row 2-Theresa Foley Stella Wagner; Delia Wagner; Diana Baird; Bev Lenzer; Brenda Harris; Polly Howard. Row 3-Dodie Hale; Debbie Powell; Marilyn Goldblatt; Becky Miller; Mary Tinsley; Nanette Cox. CIRCLE K Circle K ' s members strive to meet the mounting needs of our campus and community. This year the club raised money for several charities, spon- sored a bloodmobile, held a Christmas party for mentally retarded youth, and was the first rep- resentative of the college community to assist in the Knox County clean-up. Circle K members enrich their learning process through experience in assisting others, while developing abilities useful in later life. Members are: Standing- Jesse Moore; David Ammerman; Robert Adams; Steve Rose; Charlie Akins ; Jim Schilt; Dr. Jan Finkel, Co-Advisor. Seated-Wanda Ison; Coleen Rose; Cindy Ammerman; Paula Long; Cathy Baker; Charlie Dib- ble, Co-Advisor (not shown). DORM COUNCILS Association of Women Students: Anna Middleton, Treasurer; Rosalie Brooks, President. Standing: Donna Conley, Vice President; Reva Abner, Sec- retary. Lakeside Dorm Council: Ron Harrison, Vice President; Ed Milano, Student Senate Representative; Rick Preston, First Floor Representative; Pete McCoy, resident; Mark Miller, Second Floor Representative; Joe Boswell, President; Jim Schilt, Third Floor Representative; Floyd Mack, Sec- retary-Treasurer. Absent from pic- ture: Bob Milone, resident; Steve Broughton, Student Senate repre- sentative. RESIDENTS Pfeiffer Hall Resident Women: Carol Pearce, Donna Conley, Karen Fulks. Lakeside Resident Assistants: Joe Boswell, Pete McCoy, Bob Milone. MOB Mu Omega Beta (MOB) isa social fraternity dedi- cated to the promotion of fellowship and broth- erhood within its ranks. Its membership works to maintain long lasting friendship through group L participation in club activities. Members are top to bottom, left to right-Bob Angstadt, Frank Thatcher, Thorn Thompson, Bob Beck, Mike Vizoco, Dave Blevins, Steve Kri- vinski. ETA PI SIGMA Eta Pi Sigma, the History and Political Science Club of Union College, is dedi- cated to promoting and understanding the world as it was and is. It also serves to bring students together, who have mutual interests in history and public affairs. Members are: Seated-Joe Pronchick, Regina Miller, Jim Hammell Standing-Rita Bryan, Phil Thomas . ORANGE BLACK Despite several difficulties, the Orange and Black staff succeeded in printing the campus newspaper on a regular basis. Recovering from a spor- atic year in 1976, the B staff provided a refreshing change in the form of improved service to its readers. This year also saw Patricia Danridge receive the first Creativity Award sponsored by the campus publica- tion. Staff members are: Charlie Akins, Artist; Dr Jan Finkel, Advisor; Harry Davis, Business Manager; Tom Urschel, Assistant Editor; Joseph Gray Writer; Steve Thompson, Artist; Steve Marshall, Writer; Nan Crouch Secretary Dena Newman, Editor. OXFORD CLUB The Oxford Club is an eighty-six year old organ- ization intended to get Union Students involved and informed on religious issues and activities. Activities sponsored by the club are religiously oriented such as the an- nual Fast for a World Har- vest. Members are:Seated- Lori Landry, Pat Brodbeck, Carol Pearce, Sally Fannon, Brenda Phipps, Wanda Ison. Standing-Rev. Gibson, Don Jones, Charlie Akins, Steve Marshall, Joe Boswell, Ed Merkle, Glen Campbell, Dan Kitchener. LIGHTHOUSE SINGERS The Lighthouse Singers, under the continued sponsorship of Rev. and Mrs. Gibson, finished their second season of touring the Kentucky area. The singers exist to witness for Christ and College through per- sonal testimony and song and are supported by pri- vate contributions. Mem- bers shown are: Front Row-JoAnn Davis, Jackie Logue, Rudo Sitole, Sally Fannon, Marsha Gray, Dar- lene Compton, Carol Schulze. Back Row-Ter- rell Prichard, Fred Mossbrucker, Ed Merkle, Karl Young, Tracy Davis, Artis Ashley, and Rudie Thomsen. PHI LAMBDA SIGMA Phi Lambda Sigma is a national honor and service society for sopho- mores. The Phi chapter is active on the College campus after 15 years of striving to meet the needs of Union ' s campus. This year was unusually hec- tic, with the reorganization and changeover from an exclusively female organization to a coed one. This years members are: Seated — Henry Barton, co-advisor; Judy Hines; Janet Rose; Judy Jennings, co-advi- sor; Linda Chavies; Sandy Hash. Standing-Dena Newman; Joyce Bain; Cheryl Alvis; and Coleen Rose. PHI MU ALPHA Union ' s coed music fraternity is Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, shown right. Their purpose is to promote music apprecia- tion throughout the United States with Unions Mu Phi chapter placing emphasis on the Barbourville community. Mu Phi has the distinction of being the only chapter in the nation with a woman president, Janet Rose. Activities include ushering for concerts, car washes, participation in the Daniel Boone Festival, and extensive work in organizing and assisting with Cabaret. Its members are, from top to bottom: Jackie Sellards, Steve Marshall, Gayna Akillian, Janet Rose, Leo Dontchos, Aaron Works, Debbie Bill, Bob Long. Absent from picture: Rudie Thomsen. GAMMA BETA PHI w i Gamma Beta Phi is a nation- al honor society whose pur- pose is to acknowledge scholastic achievement and promote the improvement of higher education. Members try to develop good char- acter and preserve high idealism through appropri- ate service projects. Mem- bers are: Row 1-Cathy Leonard, Linda Parton, Sherroid Cornett, Coleen Rose. Row 2-Stella Wagner; Delia Wagner; Donna Dobo; Shelley Howard, Donna Con- ley; Linda Chavies , Jackie Sellards; Regina Miller, Julie Him, Dr. Lester Woody, Advisor. Row 3-Pete Fougner, Pete McCoy, David I Pease, Nell Hubbs, Steve Marshall, Pat Danridge, Jim iHammell, Otis Doan. Shown left are Gamma Beta Phi officers for the years 1977-1979, from left to right-David Pease, President 1978-79; Pete McCoy, President 1977-78; Sherroid Cornett, Secretary 1977-78 Coleen Rose, Treasurer 1977-78; Jackie Sellards, Secretary 1978-79; Linda Chavies, Treasurer 1978-79; Steve Marshall, Publicity Chairman 1978-79. STUDENT CENTER BOARD Nothing to do on a Friday night? Why not check out an activity planned and implemented by your Student Center Board. They organize and present most of the activities on campus, like the Jericho Harp concert or the Kentucky Tour to Frankfort. They also were responsible for having a movie presented on a regular basis, and the Halloween, Christmas, Valentine ' s Day and End of the Semester Dances, in addition to various other dances . Remember how cold it was in January? The SCB provided hot chocolate and cookies to try to make the weather a little more bearable. The Student Center Board meets on a weekly basis, and can be joined by invitation from its membership. Members shown are: Ted Gemmell, Advisor; Janet Rose; Jakki Staggs; Bob Milone; Donna Dobo; Pat Danridge; Pete McCoy; Steve Marshall; George Haslam. STUDENT SENATE ■ It M? 1 V Vfj A •V e J r| JL ft „ S f f5 ' Ti H 1 ML The Student Senate exists to encourage participation in student government while working to achieve cooperation be- tween the administration and the student body. Members work to advance student welfare while maintaining a working re- lationship with college personnel. This year the Senate ' s functions included greeting foreign guests and presenting the Distinguished Faculty and Secretary of the Year awards at Honors Day. Mem- bers are: seated-Julie Him; Otis Doan; Dean Doris Mays, Advisor; Standing-Susie Swisshelm; Earl Beason; Shelley Howard; Dave Pease; Cheryl Alvis; Diana Baird; Ed Milano; Randy Pence. Student Senate President and Vice-President Otis Doan and Cheryl Alvis. HOME EC CLUB Those participating in the fashion show are: Front Row-Debbie Holmes, Tammy Back. Second Row-Patty Carter, Janet Rose, Becky Miller, Sally Fan- non, Rosalie Brooks, Vicki Couch. Third Row-Theresa Miracle, Julie Hirn, Katy Lu Robbins, Theresa Barnes. itti Jt il ' 1 1 p mr - iw $ • % ml ' 1 I i 1 1 i The Home Economics Club is open to all persons with a serious interest in Home Economics. Its programs this year included two fashion shows , several receptions and participa- tion in the Louisville Convention. These activ- ities are to help promote local involvement and in- terest in the field of Home Economics . Members are: Seated-Tammy Back, Theresa Miracle; Debbie Holmes ; Theresa Barnes ; Patty Carter. Standing- Becky Miller; Vicki Couch; Katy Lu Robbins; Miss Mary Alice Lay, advisor. • !• BASKETBALL @Wf f f . f f f ©J Left to Right-Paul Peck, manager; Ed Hammell, statistician; Butch Grubb; Clark Thompson Mike Sammons; Dinky Phipps ; Fred Jones; Al Gordon; Mike Pfeffer; Bert Gregory; Ron Swope; Durkee Davidson; Johnny Delpont ; Tony Bailey; Larry Inkster, assistant coach; Pete Moore, Coach. An explosive offensive attack led the men ' s basketball team to a fine 17-11 record. Mike Sammons made the A11-K1AC team for the fourth year in a row. Durkee Davidson and Fred Jones also made the All-Conference team. Coach Pete Moore was voted Coach of the Year in NAIA District 32. Most pleasing to the Bulldogs was the play of freshmen Tony Bailey, Mike Pfeffer, Bert Gregory, and Johnny Delpont. Their poise was unmatched by any freshmen they faced on the court. The Bulldogs won games this year with a tremendous 53.1% shooting average and by out rebounding their opponents. They averaged 88 points a game and topped the century mark five times. UNION COLLEGE BULLDOGS UNION OPPONENT Clinch Valley 106 81 Carson Newman 82 91 Bellarmine 65 74 Indiana St. Univ. 76 83 Evansville-Tournament 131 103 Kentucky Wesleyan 91 92 Berea 85 105 Indiana Southeast 96 57 Maryville 118 88 Bellarmine 76 74 Georgetown 81 80 Thomas More 91 73 Transylvania 92 100 Campbellsville 113 92 Cumberland 87 86 1977-78 MEN ' S BASKETBALL RESULTS Pikeville 72 74 Berea 93 116 Georgetown 93 92 Clinch Valley 95 93 Thomas More 99 82 Cumberland 105 116 Pikeville 71 61 Indiana Southeast 49 37 Transylvania 82 70 Campbellsville 70 61 Carson Newman 69 66 KIAC Tourney: Cumberland 80 82 NAIA District 32 Tourney: Berea 77 87 Final KIAC record: 6-4 (third place; Overall record: 17-11 CHEERLEADERS Who looked great, sold candy and basketball programs, sponsored a dance, and arranged transportation to select away basketball games? Union ' s cheerleaders, who else? Delia Wagner, Stella Wagner, Pam Walker, Pam McGowen, Nanette Cox, Laura Yinger, Melanie Shaw, and Dodie Hale made up the squad, who in addition to leading Bulldog supporters and performing their classroom duties, raised enough money to purchase new uniforms. They were the first to celebrate vic- tory as well as offer support in times of defeat. ■ t " Sti ' GIRL S ' BASKETBALL A year ago, you couldn ' t find anyone who would talk about the Lady Bulldogs ' basketball record, but this year their praises are heard around the campus . Compiling eleven wins against seven losses and drawing larger crowds for each home game, the Cedric Atkins coached team rang up an enviable record in their first full year of competition. Tammy Valen- tine led the team with an average of 18.5 points per game. Tracy Giles led the Lady Bulldogs in field goal shooting with 55 per cent from the field while averaging 15 rebounds a game. She was also chosen as a member of the All- Tournament Team at the Sue Bennett Invitational Tournament in March. Theresa McMonagle sparked the team with her razzle dazzle play and earned a berth on the State KWIC All-Star First Team. Becky Miller improved throughout the season and scored a season high of 24 points in one game; Isabell Spriggs sparkled as the floor general from her guard position and Barb Fleming remained a standout on the backboards, dogs closed out defeating Berea state tournament to the eventual Kentucky State, points. Look The Lady Bull- the season by 69-49 in the before falling State Champion, by eighteen out next year — the Union gals will be back in force!! Team irembers are: Rose Brooks, manager; Theresa Mc- Monagle; Isabell Spriggs; Tammy Valentine; Kim Schoerlucke; Terri Kriviski; Joyce Bain; Arnetta Atkins; Tracy Giles, Sharon Cornett; Debbie Helton; Barb Fleming; Becky Miller; Rhonda Tyler, manager. GIRL S ' VOLLEYBALL How can a 0-6 season be successful? It is if an inexperienced team shows enthusiasm and improve- ment and looks forward to winning seasons ahead Veteran Barb Fleming led the Bulldog attack which threatened opponents but fell short of the win column. Team members are: Kneeling — Isabell Spriggs, manager; Rhonda Tyler, manager. Standing- Mildred Hacker, coach; Kim Jufer; Kim Schoer- lucke; Debbie Helton; Theresa McMonagle; Barb Fleming; Pat Brodbeck; Dena Newman; Terri Kri- viski; Debbie Ellis; Ron Harrison, assistant coach. in SWIM TEAM £y , The Union College Swim Team suffered many de- feats this year, but they had a bulldog at- titude and they kept trying. Captain Dave Pease led the team which was composed of six first-year swimmers and three returning letter- men. Although Coach Laura White and Assis- tant Coach Pete McCoy had no previous coaching experience, they did an excellent job turning tadpoles into Bullfrogs. Pictured at left are: Seated - Carol Pfister; Dena Newman; Aaron Works; Terri Kriviski ; JoAnn Davis; Laura White, Coach. Standing-Marilyn Goldblatt, Manager; Dave Pease; Steve Krivinski ; Thorn Thompson; Bob Beck; Tom Urschel. GOLF From the rolling hills of Indian Springs to the | Bluegrass, the Bulldog golfers swung their way to a disappointing 6-19 sea- son. Jeff Tingle led the team with an average stroke total of 85. Other team members were Danny Hinkle, Tom Lawson, Tony Auzenne, and Butch Grubb. TENNIS The tennis team rebuilding from a winless 1977 season provided stiff competition for other KIAC teams but finished the season with only a 2-6 record. Charlie Yazell held down the num- ber one position of the team coached by Graduate Assistant Steve Jones. Theresa Foley earned a varsity berth to make a coed team. Others included John Logan, Mike Goss, Ron Harrison, Tony Auzenne, ard Pete Fougner. SOCCER In line with booming popularity nation- wide, soccer continues to grow at Union. More than 25 men played seriously this year as the Soccer Club competed state- wide in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Soccer Association. Captains Pete McCoy and Dave Ditillio led the fall season, with Ditillio receiving All-KIAC honors. Consciously building for official sport status in the future, the Bulldogs de- veloped new skills this spring under volunteer coach Ed Raquet and won their division in the Berea Indoor Tournament. _ Vj,— Soccer at Union draws on many segments of the student body, including foreign students, high-school players from the Northeast, people not previously in- volved in athletics, and out-of-season athletes in other sports. It has become the major fall spectator sport for Union students. Special thanks go to Dr Jean Shelton of Dallas, Texas, the founder and patron; Kenneth C. Winter, caach;Dr. Moore, Dr. Rose and other faculty, ' Rita Bryan, manager; and many students all of whom faithfully supported them. Team members are: Seated- Mohammed Hadai , Dave Di- tillio Jim Schilt Ben Box, Tabeekh Basoom. Standing- Ed Raquet, assistant coach, David Pease, Danny Burns, Tommy Grimes, Yu-Shia Jao, Floyd Mack, Tom Urschel, Masoud Teimory, Mark Dietrich, Mohmoud Zarie, Ken Winter, coach, Mehrad Bidarian. Absent from pic- ture: Victor Morris, Joseph Gray, Bob Milone, Pete Mc- coy, Rick Preston, Mark Miller, Mike Liddicoat. BASEBALL The Union Bulldogs, KIAC and NAIA District 32 champs, finished the 1978 season with a record of 20 and 15. Coach Larry Inkster was again named NAIA Coach of the Year for his contri- bution in putting Union ' s baseball team on top. The District NAIA All-Star team included Earl Grover, Steve Johnson, Scott Martin, and Bear Steele. Scott Martin earned the Howard Rose MVP trophy for his 8-1 record, and no-hit performance Bear Steele was chosen as baseball ' s nominee for " Athlete of the Year " for his leadership and stellar play. Team members are: Row 1-Rick Hill; Ed Milano; Steve Johnson; Clark Thompson; Mark West; Earl Grover; Larry Inkster, Coach. Row 2- Barkley Parsley; Bob Angstadt; Mark Cranin; Dave Smallwood; Jeff Walter. Row 3-Thom Thompson Bear Steele; Tom Johnson; Scott Martin; Oscar Goins; Fred Mossbrucker; Joe Pronchick, Manager; Rob Cromin; Paul Sizemore; Wayne Bruner; Glenn Prof- fit; Harry Davis; Mike Cox, Manager. • - o£ UN,0 y M, ° 15 A A: 6 ■ mm. w W IE ATHLETIC BANQUET Mike Sammons-Athlete of the Year-re- ceiving pitcher from Bill Firth. Nominees for Athlete of the Year: Bear Steele, baseball; Mike Sammons, basket- ball; Jeff Tingle, golf; Barb Fleming, volleyball; Fred Jones, basketball; Tracy Giles, basketball; Charlie Yazell, tennis; David Pease, swimming. Fred Jones-Runner-up to Athlete of the Year and Mike Sammons-Athlete of the Year. Student Life Oklahoma: Welcome to Andromeda (cast 2) The Prodigal Mother Welcome to Andromeda (cast 1) Riders to the Sea The Stronger DRAMA STAGE COMPANY Union ' s Stage Company, a group of students who audition an- nually for the six available positions, closed another suc- cessful season in 1977-78. This year the actors performed before K.E.A. , the local Ki- wanis club , and to a Home- coming audience, as well as others throughout the year. This year ' s routine included " Charlie ' s Angels " , " The Diary of Adam and Eve " , and a vari- ation of " Little Red Riding Hood. " Members shown left are: Randy Pence, Shelley Howard, Steve Marshall, Cheryl Alvis, Pete Fougner. CHILDREN ' S THEATRE Kids of all ages were entertained by the 1977-78 ' s Children ' s Theatre. ' Andro- cles and the Lion " was presented to schools all over Southeastern Kentucky, as well as in special programs for groups like the Boy Scouts. Members of this second season ' s company were; seated - Randy Pence, Glenn Nichols, Standing - Beve Carr, Reva Abner, Kris Epley. MUSIC The Music Department displayed its many talents by producing young tal- ented musicians in concert. At top is Will Miracle playing the violin during the " All-Bach Concert " . Others on the program were Gordon Marigold, organ, and Gayna Akillian, alto. At right: The Chamber Singers is a new singing group at the college. It is a selected group chosen from the choir consisting of: Kris Epley, Jackie Sellards, Sharon Griffith, Theresa Turner, Janet Rose, Andelys Wood, Aaron Works, Roger Hurt, Rudie Thomsen, John Svien, Allen Green, Victor Mor- ris, and Gayna Akillian, conductor. The Chamber Singers performed in a Christmas and Spring Concert as did the Choir. The Choir has 18 members who are: Victor Morris, Allen Green, Charlie Akins , John Svien, Roger Hurt, Rudie Thomsen, Don Jones, Sharon Griffith, Jackie Sellards, Rich Lockett, Aaron Works, Kris Epley, Andelys Wood, Janet Rose, Theresa Turner, Debbie Bill, Sandy Hash, Emmie Taylor, and Gayna Akillian, conductor. i ' fc K .5 1 1 ' ( I " ™ I bL ' I JPm Hr I ' H Mm | [ I MM ' ' 1 ■4pa hR H| I 1 Shelley Howard and Cheryl Alvis as MC ' s. CABARET ' 78 The lights dim. An electric feeling runs through the group of people. Spotlights center upon two attractive young ladies on either side of the stage, and Cabaret 1978 has begun. The audience of this year ' s Cab- aret saw a variety of entertainment from a group of relatively well-known and familiar people. Despite this familiarity this enter- tainment extravaganza was one of the most outstanding exhibitions of Union College talent presented this year. Cheryl Alvis and Shelley Howard graced the stage with a good job of emceeing as well as individual per- formances. The Wagner twins were a refresh- ing set of new faces. Randy Pence broke the musical train with a dramatic monologue. Jackie Sellards ' clear, high voice was beautiful in her two solos, and in the trio with Frank Thatcher and Victor Morris. Arnie Bradway performed magic tricks with assis- tants Pete McCoy, Donna Dobo, Reva Abner. The highlight of the evening was the return visit of alumnus Adelaide Parsons. Many mem- ories of past years entered the minds of the audience. Arnie Bradway sticks arrows through Donna Dobo ' s head. " On the Good Ship Lollipop " by Shelley (Shirley Temple) Howard . " You Light Up My Life " by Delia and Stella Wagner. MR. MISS UNION Mr. Union of 1977-78 is Mile Sammons, a Physical Edu- cation and Health major from Hazard, Kentucky. His other honors include Athlete of the Year for both 1974-75 and 1977-78, Basketball Player of the Year, every year since 1974 the Danny Drinkard Award for 1977, and he was All- Confer- ence, All-District four years consecutively. He is also the second leading scorer in the history of Union College basketball. Susan Swisshelm, a social work major from New Carlisle, Ohio is the 1977-78 Homecoming Queen for Union College. Some of the further accom- plishments of Miss Swisshelm include being this year ' s secretary for both the Student Senate and Senior Class, along with membership in Gamma Beta Phi. Her future plans involve work in a social service agency for one year, then attending Kent School of Social Work for her masters. THETA PI DELTA a-B5 Theta Pi Delta Award in honor of Miss Francis Patridge, given to those students who contribute the most to Union Col- lege. Pictured are: Pete Fougner, Jakki Staggs, Otis Doan. Absent from picture: Cheryl Alvis, Shelley Howard, Sally Fannon, Coleen Rose, Mike Smith. WHO ' S WHO Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Seated-Coleen Rose, Regina Miller, Karen Grubb, Jakki Staggs. Stand- ing-Jim Hammell, Otis Doan, Pete Fougner. Absent from picture: Tom Barf ield, Susan Howard . Publications Committee Award Mrs. Catherine Singer Faculty Procession President ' s Award Nell Hubbs Distinguished Professor Award Mr. Clevis Carter ■ m m m • ■•••■ ■ » mm ■ • m mm ■ ■ 9 8 a ■ Dedication of STESPEAN Mrs. Catherine Singer HONORS DAY IB n II - 5I A ii f i Homecoming Queen Candidates: Stella Wagner, Susie Swisshelm, Pam McGowen, JoAnn Davis, Nanette Cox, Dodie Hale, Carol Pfister, Karen Trent. Susie and Flaco. The 1978 Homecoming Queen, Susie Swisshelm. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews. jjfp----T : C Tm t K Hh s : y i 1 t M Mrs Catherine Singer being honored, HOMECOMING COMMENCEMENT Graduate Students Julie Ashman, first to receive a diploma. John Frazier Commemen cement Speaker Changing of tassels Faculty process down the aisle of the Chapel Faculty line up Coleen Rose receiving congratulations from Dr. Mahlon Miller. MAY 14,1978 Attendance at Commencement Procession down College Street STESPEAN Janet Rose Co-Editor Donna Dobo Typist and Layout Shelley Howard and Cheryl Alvis Assistant Editor and Business Manager STAFF Jakki Staggs Co-Editor Other Staff Members: Floyd Mack. Terrell Prichard Pat Brodbeck Dave Ditillio Glenn Nichols Julie Hirn Steve Rose and Bob Mi lone Photographers and Darkroom Technicians Dr. Robert Rose Advisor MAIN OFFICE 202 A .AM A ST. l_J A £Tu Ph ONE AJUMBCPs ror ? 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Mrs. Raymond Gibson Market Manchester Street and Class of INDEX Abner, Reva 56, 78, 79 Adams , Danny 25 Adams, Robert 17, 55, 78 Akins, Charlie 25, 55, 59, 60 Alford, Jo Ann 10 Alvis, Cheryl 10, 50, 53, 61, 65, 79, 81, 88, 104 Ammerman, David 25, 55 Angstadt, Bob 25, 58, 74 Arthur, Sherry 17 Ashley, Artis 60 Ashman, Julie 26, 86, 104 Atkins, Arnetta 30, 70 Auzenne, Tony 72 Back, Tammy 66 Bailey, Tony 68 Bain, Jayne 30 Bain, Joyce 61, 70, 103 Baird, Diana 54, 65 Baker, Cathy 24, 55 Baker, Hugh 26 Barnes, Theresa 26, 66 Basoom, Tabeekh 73 Bat ton, Randy 52 Beason, Earl 5, 65 Beck, Robert 17, 58, 71 Behrman, Birgit 24 Bianchi , Donna 30 Bidarian, Mehrad 73 Bill, Deborah 26, 62, 80 Black, George 17 Blevins, David 18, 58, 78 Boswell, Joseph 18, 56, 57, 60 Box, Ben 30, 73 Bradway, Arnie 78, 81, 103 Brodbeck, Pat 30, 60, 71 Brooks, Rita 10 Brooks, Rosalie 56, 66, 70 Broughton, Steve 26, 53 Bruner, Wayne 74 Bryan, Rita 18, 58 Burns, Daniel 31, 73 Campbell, Glenn 3, 60 Carr, Beverly 31, 78, 79 Carter, Mark 11 Carter, Patty 11, 66 Castell, Carl 31 Chavies, Linda 61, 63 Clark, Chuch 31 Compton, Darlene 6, 18, 60 Conley, Donna 11, 56, 57, 63 Cook, Ruth Ann 18 Cornett, Sandra 70 Cornett, Sherroid 11, 63 Cornett, Wade 31, 52 Couch, Vicki 66 Cox, Mike 74 Cox, Nanette 31, 54, 69, 85 Cratch, Artis 31 Creman, Mark 52, 74 Cromin, Rob 52, 74 Crouch, Nan 59 Crudele, Don 104 Danridge, Patricia 18, 59, 63, 64 Davidson, Durkee 26, 68 Davis, Harry 4, 59, 74 Davis, JoAnn 26, 60, 71, 85 Davis, Tracy 60 Delpont, Johnny 31, 68 Dietrich, Mark 73, 104 Ditillio, Dave 32, 73 Doan, Otis 11, 63, 65, 83, 84, 104 Dobo, Donna 63, 64, 81, 88 Doolin, Mary Etta 18 Edwards, John 11 Ellis, Debbie 71 Emmel, Joe 53 Epley, Kris 78, 79, 80 Erwin, Roseleen 32 Fannon, Sally 12, 60, 66 Fleming, Barb 2, 70, 71, 76 Foister, Bonnie 18 Foister, Helen 19 Foley, Theresa 54, 72 Fougner, Pete 63, 72, 79, 83 Fulks, Karen 12, 57 Giles, Tracy 70, 76 Goins, Oscar 19, 52, 74 Goldblatt, Marilyn 26, 54, 71 Gooden, Gary 12 Gordon, Al 68 Goss, Mike 72 Gray, Joseph 59 Gregory, Bert 68 Griffith, Sharon 80 Grimes, Tommy 73 Grover, Earl 52, 74 Grubb, Butch 68, 72 Grubb, Karen 83 Guhl, David 32 Hadai, Mohmmed 19, 73 Hale, Dodie 54, 69, 85 Hammell, Ed 52, 68 Hammell, James 12, 58, 63, 83 Harber, Janie 32 Harber, Jeanie 32 Harris, Brenda 27, 54 Harrison, Ron 17, 19, 56, 71, 72 Hash, Sandy 24, 61, 80 Haslam, George 5, 19, 64 Hatfield, James 32 Hatfield, Patty 19 Hauser, John 12 Helton, Debora 27, 70, 71 Hill, Amona 7, 32 Hill, Rick 52, 74 Hines, Judy 25, 27, 61 Hinkle, Danny 52, 72 Him, Julie 19, 50, 63, 65, 66 Hollett, Pat 19 Hollis, Larry 32 Holmes, Debbie 66 Howard, Polly 20, 54 Howard, Shelley 12, 50, 53, 63, 65, 78, 79, 81, 88 House, Ernie 20, 52 Hubbs, Nell 63, 84 Hurst, Cherrie 33 Ison, Wanda 20, 55, 60 Jao, Yu-Shia 33, 52, 73 Johnson, Douglas 33 Johnson, Peggy 13 Johnson, Steve 52, 74 Johnson, Tim 13 Johnson, Tom 74 Jones, Don 60, 80 Jones, Fred 6, 13, 16, 68, 76 Jones, Steve 72 Jordan, Laquata 24 Jufer, Kim 13, 54, 71 Kitchener, Danny 13, 60 Krivinski, Steve 58, 71 Kriviski, Terri 70, 71 Landry, Lorraine 33, 60 Lauterback, Rick 4, 30, 33 Lawson, Bobby 20 Lawson, Thomas 20, 52 Lenzer, Bev 20, 54 Leonard, Cathy 63 Lewanowicz, Kim 20 Liford, Darita 27 Lindsey, Mike 52 Logan, John 72 Logue, Jakcie 27, 60 Long, Bob 62 Long, Paula 55 Mack, Floyd 27, 56, 73 Macy, Dennis 52 Marshall, Steve 25, 27, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 79 Martin, Geneil 13 Martin, Scott 27, 74 McClain, Terry 33, 52 McCoy, Pete 20, 56, 57, 63, 64, 103 McCowan, Pam 69, 85 McMonagle, Theresa 28, 70, 71 Meibers, Joe 21 Merkle, Edward 2, 28, 60, 78 Middleton, Anna 13, 56 Milano, Edward 28, 56, 65, 74, 104 Miller, Bec ky 54, 66, 70 Miller, Mark 33, 56 Miller, Regina 10, 14, 58, 63, 83, 86 Mills, Debbie 21 Mills, Donna 14 Milone, Bob 21, 57, 64, 89 Miracle, Theresa 66 Miracle, Will 80 Moore, Jesse 28, 55 Morris, Victor 21, 53, 80 Mossbrucker, Fred 24, 25, 52, 60, 74 Mull, Jim 34 Murray, David 24 Newman, Dena 28, 59, 61, 71, 84 Nichols, Glenn 28, 53, 78, 79 O ' Rourke, Casey 21 Parrott, Teresa 14 Parsley, Barkley 74 Partin, Linda 28, 63 Patton, Terry 14 Pearce, Carol 14, 57, 60 Pease, David 28, 52, 63, 65, 71, 73, 76 Peck, Paul 68 Pence, Randy 2, 14, 65, 78, 79 Pfeffer, Mike 68 Pfister, Carol 71, 85 Phipps, Brenda 60 Phipps, Dinky 68 Powell, Debbie 54 Powell, Patricia 34 Preston, Rick 21, 56, 78 Prichard, Terrell 50, 60 Prof fit, Glenn 74 Pronchick, Joe 21, 58, 74 Robbins, Katy 15, 66 Robinson, Glenna 54 Rose, Coleen 15, 55, 61, 63, 83, 86, 87 Rose, Janet 21, 61, 62, 64, 66, 80, 84, 88 Rose, Steve 22, 55, 89 Sammons, Mike 68, 76, 82 Schilt, Jim 17, 22, 55, 56, 73 Schoerlucke, Kim 70, 71 Schulze, Carol 6, 60 Sellards, Jacqualeen 29, 62, 63, 80 Shaw, Melanie 22, 54, 69 Sitole, Rudo 60 Sizemore, Paul 3, 74 Smallwood, David 34, 74 Smith, Mackelene 22 Smith, Robert 22 Spriggs, Isabell 70 Staggs, Jakki 10, 15, 64, 83, 84, 89 Steele, Bear 22, 52, 74, 76 Stephens, Michael 34 Sutphin, Sandy 34 Svien, John 80 Swisshelm, Susan 10, 15, 65, 82, 85 Swope, Ron 68 Taylor, Emmie 29, 78, 80 Taylor, Roberta 15 Teimoury, Masoud 7, 29, 73 Thatcher, Frank 23, 58 Thomas, Philip 29, 58 Thompson, Clark 68, 74 Thompson, Steve 34, 59 Thompson, Thorn 23, 58, 71, 72, 74 Thomsen, Rudolf 23, 58, 60, 80 Throckmorton, Marc 23 Throckmorton, Tim 29 Tingle, Jeff 15, 52, 72, 76 Tinsley, Mary 54 Trent, Karen 34, 85 Turner, Lynn 23 Turner, Theresa 29, 80 Tyler, Rhonda 70 Urschel, Tom 34, 52, 59, 71, 73 Valentine, Tammy 70 Vizoco, Mike 23, 58 Wagner, Delia 16, 54, 63, 69, 81 Wagner, Stella 16, 54, 63, 69, 81, 85 Walker, Jeff 74 Walker, Pam 69 West, Mark 52, 74 Wilson, Rhonda 16 Woodward, Andrew 29 Works, Aaron 24, 62, 71, 80 Yazell, Charlie 24, 72, 76 Yinger, Laura 29, 69 Young, Karl 60 Zarie, Mohmoud 73 FACULTY STAFF Akillian, Gayna 40, 62, 80 Ammerman, Cindy 49, 55 Barton, Henry 43, 61 Black, Edward 47 Blevins, Sandra 49 Boyd, John 40 Bruner, Janet 49 Caldwell, Ronald 42 Caleb, James 39 Carey, Robert 40 Carr, Sue 49 Carter, Clevis 42, 84 Chadwell, Clarence 46 Cowan, Loretta 49 Cox , James 44 Dabbagh, Mohamed 39 Dibble, Charles 46, 53, 103 Dontchos, Leo 40, 53, 62 Dontchos, Patricia 41, 53 Epley, Robert 36 Finkel, Jan 41, 55, 59, 103 Gemmell, Ted 64 Gibson, Raymond 6, 36, 60 Glasser, Richard 40 Gray, Marsha 48, 60 Green, Allen 40, 80 Hacker, Joe 39 Hacker, Mildred 43, 71 Hafner, Arthur 40 Hall, James 42 Hall, Robert 47 Hamil, Cheryl 49 Hammons , Paula 39, 54 Harlow, Sr. Mary Gemma 40 Harris, Elizabeth 47 Harwood , Dorothy 48 Hoffman, Ronald 46 Inkster, Karen 48 Inkster, Larry 43, 68, 74 Jennings, Judith 44, 61 Klein, Larry 7, 44 Lay, Mary Alice 45, 66 LeMasters, Edwin 38 Lockett, Richard 44, 80 Maggard, Mildred 47 Manis, Mary 39 Marigold, Gordon 41 Martin, Louise 48 Matthews, Evelyn 85 Matthews, Robert 45, 85 Maybrier, Joann 38 Mays, Deril 45 Mays, Doris 4, 37, 65 McCullen, Kevin 37 McFerrin, James 46 Messer, Betty 47 Miller, Mahlon 36, 84, 86, 87 Moore, Paul 43, 68 Myers, Dale 46 Myrick, Sharon 47 New, Freda 49 Newport, J. C. 39 Oxendine , Sherman 44 Patridge, Frances 43 Potter, Marshall 46 Raquet, Edward 48, 73 Robbins, Warren 37 Rose, Robert 37, 89, 104 Saddler, Virginia 46 Sexton, Phyllis 48 Singer, Catherine 8, 38, 84, 85 Sizemore, Linda 49 Smith, Karla Kay 45 Stallcup, B. M. 41 Stewart, Dwight 4, 45 Stoop, Fred 38 Sturgill, Rhonda 48, 54 Sturgill, Steve 47 Todd, Boyd 38 Townsend, Milton 37 Wainscott, Robert 46 Walker, Mary 49 Weston, Kathy 48 White, Laura 71 Wilson, Karen 48 Wilson, Robert 45 Winter, Kenneth 44, 73 Wolfe, Stephen 42 Wood, Andelys 41, 80 Woody, Lester 41, 53, 63 Youmans , Joy 38 FOR EVERYTHING THERE IS A SEASON, AND A TIME FOR EVERY MATTER UNDER HEAVEN A TIME TO BREAK DOWN AND A TIME TO BUILD UP A TIME TO WEEP AND A TIME TO LAUGH A TIME TO MOURN AND A TIME TO DANCE A TIME TO KEEP SILENCE AND A TIME TO SPEAK A TIME TO LOVE AND A TIME TO HATE. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 IVeefts-TowDseiitf Iffemorf at Library Union College Barbourville, KY 40906 mm SABRES ”
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