University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)

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A W , ,V bww. . .f .. , f H ,Kr-13" rf f f' L 1 f he 'rv' 'fl'-f' v 9 ' 1... --.- -.i QD HALL -pg 1-. 1 , Qs. .--f, ns.. .xf i fl L X 1' --ww 4 - 4. 1' . . TF fi'-uf-1' . v-nJj"T:i., "1 ilk- I 1'1 D . 1, V -'P I ' ' it ' :,, '. tl -1: -rs' ,t 1, , , . N , ' 4- . f " ' -g . - - .. A- V. va' ' jf ' I , b .' 0:32 ji F v 'QE' - ' -' " A M N-.1 n.....44.nu 1. V ng,, nl , 45 - ':f.,x f.. 5, '43, ' ' 7- .aa f ,-Q. if , we 4+ Z3 ' ,I-I' 1 '. T' Outstanding CMS alumnus merits Rhetor dedication Missouri Secretary of State, James C. Kirkpatrick was born ,Iune 15, 1905, in Braymer, Caldwell County, Missouri. He was educated at Northeast High School, Kansas City, Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg CBachelor of Science degreejg and the School of Journalism, University of Missouri. He married ,lessamine Elizabeth Young at Knob Noster, Missouri, August 18, 1927. They have one son, Don, who is now editor and manager of the Windsor Review. Don and his wife, former Annetta Fraley of Wind- sor have two children, Larry and Dee Anne. Secretary Kirkpatrick's life career has been that of a newspaperman, in- terrupted by brief assignments in government and public relations fields. He served as editor on the Warrensburg Daily Star-Journal and the Jefferson City Post-Tribune and Capitol News. Since January 1, 1954-, he has been publisher of the Windsor Review. A former president of the Missouri Press Association, Secretary Kirkpatrick is also past president of the Central Missouri Press Association, and the Democratic Editors of Missouri. Active in civic affairs in every community that has been his residence, he served terms as president of the Chamber of Commerce at Warrensburg and Windsor, first vice-president of the Jef- ferson City Rotary Club and president of the Windsor Lions Club. He served on the Board of Regents of Central Missouri State College twelve years and was president of the Board for ten years. His first assignment in government was Administrative Assistant to Cover- nor Forrest Smith, an experience which gave him an outstanding statewide acquaintance. His first race for state office came in 1960, when he lost the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State. Trying again in 1964, he carried 108 counties and won in the primary, his victory in the general election was by a majority of more than 291,000 votes. Secretary Kirk- patrick has filed for a third term in the coming election. The RHETOR Staff dedicates the 1971 Centennial RHETOR to the Hon- orable James C. Kirkpatrick, Missouri Secretary of State, one of Central Missour State's outstanding alumni. 1 1 Mr. Kirkpatrick finds time to admire beauty of capitol grounds. 6 James C. Kirkpatrick pauses during a busy day ...... . . ..... . . . S! w .. 16 . 54- 104 152 267 Foreword A carriage and a dress with bustles, a Model T and a raccoon coat, a GTO and a mini skirt have all been a part of the scene at Central Missouri State. Even as styles change in cars and dress, so has CMS. The 1971 RHETOR staff has attempted to recall the atmos- phere of the past to give not only a pictorial history of 1970-71, but also a part of the last 100 years of Hlflducation for Servicef' 4 'Y . -.v -. .-y, .31 ay 51:1 155, EQ.: Lit an H1 1 ce. 'F -n Tw t fi I. IT.: I? . +G, - LW: . EE. H--. gun- jp, 313 A 'PL gf, 71: Ji . 151 : . 4 s X j.: 'Us fi 31,5 k l ' ' ' V' " , 1-.-"jf ' -:z Q' QI' 1igQ,.f?RL ' n- 32- 54 fiiff Liifiifif' as 3' 'ffsL"f i 1 :ir V 51315. M 3:5 MH- ,xv , Q" ' - , .1 .H ,. ,1,.,,I:? 4- V I .-. 'sf , 1 lit' Lb A iffy, W--gif! V - iii A 512- '11 'zlfjlf zz . 5259. 1, , 31-T. v, n, - ng, F- f. ,T qi , Qgigggg, ,1f., 9 . Q A .L fiqiiffl "f ' -, ,v I-: 9fEx"1'1 ' ' ' I Me- , 3j'S2s,::L4 V ,-,QQ f if ,, if fm H " . ' div 1' :W '59 ' lm, 155: , -111 '-. . 1, X 1-1 L1 ., ,Y as fs ' .L 1 ,Q f - ' , ' ' 1 JV., . ' 'r-.. as 5 I ' ,... '.-J' I 5 f ' "ax . f ' : . ,I V ,V 'x L t ISI , . QU. 1 v nv 1, . x,-5 y I o Dr. arren C. Lovinger guides CMS in expansion Dr. Warren C. Lovinger heads the tradition of Hliducation for Servioen as CMSC continues to grow. Growth began when the Normal School became Central Missouri State Teacher's Col- lege in 1919. Three years later the college adopted the mule as its mascot. On July 1, 1946 CMSTC became Central Mis- souri State College. The college's lirst football team was formed in 1894. ln 1900 Robert Zoll organized the lirst brass band. Vifhen Dr. Warren C. Lovinger became President of CMS in 1957, the college gained a distinguished leader in education who was concerned with the growth and welfare of the college. Now in his fifteenth year as President, he has guided the college's growth from an enrollment of 2,003 in 1956 to 12,600 in 1970. There has been the addition of the Residence Center and the number of buildings on campus has increased from 12 in 1956 to 44 in 1971. The library has been tripled and the Union was extended north from the ballroom in 1967. Faculty has in- creased from 84 to around 550, with the curriculum expanding to include the Specialist Degree and several new Master's De- grees. There has been a complete administrative reorganiza- tion up to the present system ol' four vice-presidents directly under President Lovinger. President Lovinger, who came to CMS from the presidency of Northern State Teachers College, Aberdeen, South Dakota, was born in Big Sandy, Montana. He received his l3.A, and M.A. Degrees from Montana State University and his doctor- ate from Columbia University, New York. Untiring service has been the keynote of President Lovinger's outstanding years in education. He has served as president and Associate Secretary of the American Association of Col- leges for Teacher Education, a member of the Educational Advisory Committee of the American Social Health Associa- tion and commissioner of the North Central Association for Colleges and Secondary Schools. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. During the summer of 1964, Dr. Lovinger was a participant of the AACTE Study Tour of Teacher Education in West Ger- many. He also represented the AACTE at the 1964 meeting of the International Council on Education for Teaching in Paris, France. George P. Beard James ,lohonnot 1871-1872 1872-1875 George L. OSb0r!lC George W, Howe 1875-1898 1898-1901 E. B. Cruighead 1901-1904 james E. Amen! William J. Hawkins Eldo L. Hendricks George W. Diem:-r 1904-1905 1906-1915 1915-1937 1937-1956 '-'f. hi.: I lg -I 'H' I x Q E13 III fl f i 0 it STATE or Mlssoum . . 4 ' V lf' I WHEREAS, on March 19, 1870, the Missouri General Assembly passed legislation creating the Second Normal School: and May 10, 1971 marks the 100th anniversary of the formal opening and be- ginning of the first classes at the Collegey and WHEREAS, the Board of Regents of Central Missouri State College has designated the period of time from Homecoming, October 24, 1970, to Commencement, May 23, 1971, for commemo- ration of its beginning and reflection on its proud history that has brought forth a legacy of educational leadership to the people of this state, this nation, and countries around the world: and WHEREAS, this significant occasion affords an opportunity to bring greetings to our distinguished State College and to share the accomplishments that have characterized its rich and hallowed past: and WHEREAS, the determination that guided the founding fathers continues to guide the institution as it has emerged from a normal school to a state teachers college to a state college of national prominence and respect, maintaining that spirit of commitment which undergirds the College as it charts its destiny into the future and unfolds a second century of education for service: and WHEREAS, the generous contributions of the people of the state to higher education have resulted in a century of splendid cooperation with this fine College which was created out of the needs of the people and continues to meet those needs in this generation: and WHEREAS, our tribute to this great College is joined by over 20,000 alumni around the world whose daily lives are vivid examples of the high standard of dedication and academic ex- cellence that they shared at this,renowned College: NOW, THEREFORER I, WARREN E. HEARNES, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI, do hereby proclaim the period from October 24, 1970, to May 23, 1971, as CENTENNIAL YEAR OF CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE and request the appropriate observance of this historic occasion. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Missouri, in the City of Jefferson, this 7th day of October, 1970 OVERNOR ATTESQ: 51 , 1" ' Quant! ' CRETARY OF STAT 9 Fire strikes administrative buildings in 1915 , 1968 Founding of the main Normal Building dated May, 1881 began the steady growth of Central Missouri State Col- lege. However, tragedy struck on March 6, 1915 when a fire of unknown source destroyed the Administration Building and all surrounding structures. Only Dockery Gymnasium and the power plant were saved. Since the state legislature was in session at the time of the disaster, an immediate appeal was made by Dr. Hawkins to the governor. ln response, 3i5250,000 was appropriated for immediate building purposes. School life continued in an uninterrupted fashion for another 53 years before the Administration Building again met disaster. january 18, 1968, fire devastated the south end of the second floor of the Administration Building. The blaze was discovered at 11:50 p.m. Reduced to smoldering ashes were the recently remodeled business offices of the President and the Dean of Administration, the mail room, secretarial pool, and the sports information office. Heat from the blaze, which was thought to be the work of an arson, cracked the third-floor classroom windows and smoke damaged the newly painted ceilings of the third floor. Administrators were forced to be temporarily relocated in the College Union, Dockery Hall, and in other parts of the surrounding campus. Fire damage was estimated at 5l175,000. 4 ,...,f H tt tl at 'T ? i Many of the college activities begin at the Administration Building. .-' 7 I , I , --1 'lf' l ,UZ 1 f I 1' - ' 5 Z' Illlillttll ll In 1915, the first disastrous fire almost completely destroys the Old Normal Building. 12 r I .ff Md 1 ,.,LaQ-14-'2. y, ,En 'R' Mg, , A' "fPrfc,'s:, , Q 4 1-. ,- W 4, .1 fu 11 3 , ,,, 1 J., w , Y w ' w V 'J . A u "wif my .V ' 7'1.?.!'Q Lx Q 'QI w mm 1 , fx ' J. Y :if Many students retreat to Pertle to enjoy wildlife and nature. After u lung winter. the ice on new Lake Cena begins to melt and nature looks forward to spring, 'I4 .,.,f- r Chandeliers and marble floors give thc Administration Building an air of elegance. F1 'vw Fire destroys many office records in 1968. Remodeling of the ,Administration Building includes new office space. lllllilllllllll The Old Normal building stands for 34 years until razed by fire. 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' , . ff. r , qu' ' ,y f ' v' 4954 2 'f -1 is iff Q the ZW Yr r 'M '5 A 'Dv wif-.iii I :-2 - ?fif"'e-. 54135 in ""Q.,f,.1I T," ,ggfisiii inn ' " " if 'Q ' Fir'-. 12.352 his -14543 ,Z-,. '- g.,,u2q-1 - ibkaffitat 3 - .. fi"-1" S., V -.... - if- , 15 f -se -'aff-Ma 1' 1 :sr ffgaivgiu A li ,T iz H - 7 3 f Ha",f.'f.g.e1.H.u..1gf'.1 ' -, ' ,, fx-1K'. ' 5 ' rf as - .-at Hotel Minnewawa now replaced by Pertle Lodge. '. W- ' Y . , . . ,,. , 1- .. . .' Q...-A s ' at 1 C The old "dummy" train leaving Pertle Springs area. .qv 1 tg. duh 'ix 1' 1:- into modern recreational area Pertle Springs, a once famous resort, is situated in the area surrounding a spring located one mile south of Warrensburg. Previous to CMS, James H. Christopher acquired the land for 359500. He divided this land into lots, calling them '4Purtle Springsf, and developed it as a place of resort. The spelling was later changed to 4'Pertle Springs." Dams were erected throughout the hills to form lakes, the largest being Lake Cena. The Minnewawa House, a large hotel for three hundred guests was built in 1887 followed by an assembly hall, capable of seating over three thousand people. Because of its central geographic position, pleasant reputation, meeting facilities, and spring water, Pertle Springs was nationally known and used for conventions and camp meetings held by famous individuals and groups. A meeting of all the Dunkards, who supposedly could drink only the purest water was once a great attraction. It was for such a meeting that a Hdummyw railway line was laid soon after 1889. This steam powered train consisted of three cars, with each car capable of holding a maximum of 70 people. It was estimated that the 'tdummyi' train made from 8 to 20 round trips daily from Hotel Estes on Holden Street in Vifarrensburg to Pertle Springs. The train was specially silenced so that it would not disturb the townspeople. Around 1805, a Great Silver Convention was held at Pertle Springs with Richard 4'Silver Dicki' Bland, a Free Silver proponent, and his main opposer William Jennings Bryan as the leading speakers. Because of travel and communication changes, Pertle Springs lost its prominence. lt practically lay idle for a few years, until it was purchased in 1959 by Central Missouri State College. Lake Cena was cleaned and deepened and a dam was rebuilt. During the summer of 1970 new golf course greens and tees with com- plete watering systems were begun and it is expected that 9 holes will be completed by the summer of 1971. Many other activities are also available at Pertle Springs such as swimming, boating, fishing, ice-skating, hiking, and picnicking. rife 15 . .,,. , 4, J -ig, i 4.-' . .,' ' . .spat N, g ,.,, 1 41. it - ., .- . 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As early as 1940 Central Missouri State requested that an ROTC program be established on the campus. Also in 1911-6 the college invited all branches of the Armed Forces to establish their ROTC programs here. Initiated at Central Missouri State in the fall of 1968, the Reserve Officer Train- ing Corps program has expanded to a total enroll- ment of 971 freshmen, 58 sophomores, 51 juniors, and 20 seniors. Lt. Colonel William F. Warlick, professor of Military Science, is the commanding officer. This year's cadre consisted of thirteen of- ficers and six non-commissioned officers. A high- light of the year was the campus-wide Red Cross Blood Drive promoted by ROTC cadets. Some of the organizations sponsored by ROTC are the Pershing Rifles, rifle and pistol teams, the Princess Platoon and Counter Cuerillas. To be a member of Scabbard and Blade, a national honor fraternity, a cadet must be an advanced student with a 3.5 grade in ROTC courses and an overall grade-point of 2.5. Pershing Rifles display colors at a home football game. I 19 pr H N8 Q' -,W 4 ..,,,1w-A- Fa' , . -- , H535-:-:.:.:. -:.:...: W 13 M Q I I if - , J I 'v L - , -img., , , 'Ph if m , N E ,J ', q Homecoming QQ 4 X Kathy Shearom 5555 Delta Zeta - 1- Beta Sigmia Psi I Centennial Homecoming ueen chosen from large group of coeds During half time ceremonies amid excitement and anticipation, Miss Kathy Shearon was crowned queen of the 1970 Centennial Homecoming. The honor of crowning the j P . l li I vi' ws f "I Ql, - ' ' gf Merrily Rowald Sigma Sigma Sigma Theta Chi Linda Venegas Acct: Club SAM-AMA 1 Karen Iverson Sigma Phi Epsilon .lane Overkamp Hou ts-Housey new -queen was bestowed on Mr. James C. Kirkpatrick, Missouri Secretary of State. Miss Shearon was selected by a majority vote of the entire student body from a slate of twenty candidates. The queen was attended by her court, First Princess, Miss Kathy Middleton and Second Princess Miss Mary Welch. Kathy Middleton, sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority is a speech and public relations major. Second Princess, Mary Welch, a vocal major was sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Modern Homecoming activities have developed from the first pageant in May of 1914. which centered around graduation cer football season. Annie Miller Tau-Kappa Epsilon Sharon Rose Veterans Association Monica Schellman Nickerson emonies to a festive 'highlight of each Carol Shelor Alpha Kappa Lambda Kathleen Zacha Sigma Kappa Delta Upsilon Colleen Freeman Toni Candido Alpha Xi Phi Sigma Delta Epsilon Vivian Russell Marilyn Pitts Fitzgerald South Yeater 21 First Princess Kathy Middleton Alpha Sigma Alpha Second Princess Mary Welch Alpha Gamma Delta Barbara Friend Chris Clark Alpha Sigma Alpha Phi Tau Omega Jane Michaels Jo Anne Raines Sigma Pi Alpha Omicron Pi Floats and decorations brighten 1970 Homecoming Homecoming 1970 was highlighted by the centennial celebra- tion of CMS. The 100th anniversary theme for Homecoming activities was centered around this concept, with floats and house decorations depicting events dating back to the 19th century. The day began with an alumni coffee from 8 a.m. until noon in the College Union Ballroom, and the parade starting at 9:30 in a light rain. Circling the campus and downtown area, the parade featured 410 area school bands and the Marching Mules. Pre-game activities included a mass band concert at 1:30 p.m. in Vernon Kennedy Stadium. The half-time show featured the Marching lVlules and the newly formed Mulekickers in their first performance. Missouri Secretary of State, James C. Kirk- patrick, crowned Kathy Shearon as the 1970 Centennial Home- coming Queen during half-time ceremonies. Kathy, a senior majoring in Marketing, is also a member of Delta Zeta soror- ity. Beta Sigma Psi fraternity, along with Delta Zeta, spon- sored her in the Homecoming Queen contest. The Mules suffered their first loss in a hard fought game with the North- east Missouri State Bulldogs. Homecoming festivities were finalized by the annual Homecoming dance at 8 p.m. in the College Union Ballroom with music provided by the Jimmy Tucker Orchestra. Delta Zeta-"Putt-Punt" V Y Y Fitagerald Hall-winning decoration Sig Ep,s still in business 22 Alpha Sigma Tau's "Railroad the Bulldogs" wins centennial sweepstakes 'Q' , , ' . - ' ' TT ' 7-if-':,, - ,F ,Q -" 1 ' . '- 1?-N ,, 1- W, v ' y"q qw , t rio. , I 'if rus HONORABLE A y ll NCQ fl it tr N' I, , Seem..- , Ql?Qil'Cl0 Secretary of State-James C. Kirkpatrick Sigma Tau Gamma tank 23 pha Omicron Pi's entry "Mules Steamed Upw wins title of "Most Beautiful Float." Ten members of the CMS Alumni Association judged decorations for the 1970 Centennial Homecoming. Sigma Phi Epsilon was honored with the sweepstakes award. Fitz- gerald Hall captured the award for best in all-campus house decorations and Alpha Kappa Lambda received best in treatment of theme. Alpha Omicron Pi won the title of best sorority house decoration and Todd Hall received honors for best histori- cal treatment of theme. ln the pa- rade, Alpha Sigma Tau won the sweepstakes and Alpha Omicron Pi's float was named best in beauty. IA8rT Club had the best all-campus entry. Sigma Tau Gamma won the prize for best fraternity entry and Delta Zetais float won a victory in receiving the award for best overall treatment of theme. Alpha Xi Delta received honors for best sorority parade entry. Miss Kathy Shearon was crowned queen of ClVlSC's 1970 Centennial Homecoming and reigned over the remaining half of the football game. Delta Zeta and Beta Sigma Psi sponsored Miss Shearon for the honored position. Among Queen Kathy's duties was reign- ing over the Homecoming Dance in the evening. Industrial Arts Club Rodimarte looks forward to his new adventure with beautiful Rosina. .w E. .Y up 47' F Rosma doubts that she wants to be part of an adventure Q FP Doralice comforts her companion Leonora whose honor is in question. Bud Clark, unaccustomed to a wig, gets assistance from Mary Welch. N I J N an CMS Opera Theatre presents GGTHE TRIUMPH OF HONOR" Erminio and Riccardo argue over the soiled honor of Erminio's sister, Leonora. 25 CAST Riccardo Albenori .......... Ed Evans Captain Rodimarte Bombarda . Bud Clark Flaminio ........... Larry Armstrong Leonora . . . . . . Mary Ann Hart Cornelia . . . . . Meladee Herndon Rosina . . . . . . Olivia Balentine Erminio . . . .... Daniel Mudd Doralice . . . . . . Mary Welch wllriumph of Honor", originally titled all Trion- fo Del' Ono1'e" was first performed November 26, 1718 at the Teatro di Fiorentini, Naples. Scarlattiis work, his only comic opera, is signi- ficant as being the earliest example of a full- length opera buffa in literary Italian. Being a true opera buffa, the opera originally was sung throughout. For this performance, to allow the action to move faster and thus shorten the play- ing-time, most of the original recitative parts were spoken rather than sung. The plot of the opera takes the form of a series of love triangles with each male character falling in and out of love with other character's wives and girl friends. ln the end, the characters are married to their original partners and live happily ever after. Erminio vows to avenge his sister's lost honor. Central Missouri State Marchlng Mules for televlslon network : gy...- Ax Vx Y ' X--' Homecoming with the Marchmg Nlules Drum Majorettes 3 4, v 1 . . u'. -' roll ,. - ... ..-, "1-31' , -..,,,4-A Drum major Dale Car-der steps into action to lead the Marching Mules. display band talent during 1970 season x 1 s Z 1 The Marching Mules made their sixth professional football appear- ance during half-time of the Kansas City Chiefs-Boston Patriots game in Kansas City, Oct. 11, 1970, covered in color by national television. 'Then'second appearance dns season occurred when the Whdesldayed Arkansas State in the Pecan Bowl Dec. 12, 1970. They flew to Arlington, Texas by Ozark chartered jets. The Marching Mules, directed by Russell Coleman consisting of 133 members, performed at all home football games and at Lincoln University, Nov. 7, 1970. Larry Mitchell and Lee De Felice were assistant directors and Charles Haby was the graduate assistant who arranged the music. Sam Sharp was Senior Assistant, Dale Carcler drum major, and Barb Dennis was the head twirler. After fall term the band was divided into two units, Concert band was directed by Mr. Coleman and Collegiate band was under the direction of Mr. Mitchell. Concert band per- formed ,Ian. 14 in jefferson City for the Missouri Music Educators Association and presented a program April 4 for the alumni in the RIJDE fkudhornun in Independence. The Sight Sound Fesnval was highlighted by the guest composer, Leslie Bassett, who won the Pulhzer Pdze h1IUUQC.lH addiUon,the band perhnwned two canr pus concerts. Collegiate band was selected as the Honor Band at Mid America Intercollegiate jazz Festival at Kansas City in spring, 1970. 27 Z' i N1 Coed takes a chance with the Wheel of Fortune to win a Snoopy. AOPi solicits votes for Homecoming queen candidates 'x ,-3 i as .ic '. 1, '16 W,-1 n a. iq 3151" V 1 E l' 'f 1 I' 'L 1 X '50, I??1A 1: ",:'JfJn V A 5 H , 1 'iz , gf -.ni cfm- 5' - :ski e1'.e'f".i.? nif- Q Q ' , E fi? .sf A21 - '---I 1'-W, 1- 2 1. . 3 e s -mewf . 'f' o 1 -:msg-. .,.i :J aes.-ga ui ., -Y V ,,, , A J V , it ', 'if e Etfwiw fs reef'-1 hw ' A ' M . 23' I it ' ri sg? if i 1 1 ' Zflvlwrif uf Mu .... st- -t 'T ' - ,SH 1.4 A 1 r x A: ia, Just sitting there minding my own business when the next thing I knew I was drow-w-n-n-n-i-ing The candle shooting booth at the carnival provides excitement for many sharpshooting students. Annual All-School Carnival sponsored b College Union The annual All-School Carnival was held on October 2, 1970 on South College Street in front of the College Union. The theme for the carni- val was aimed toward a circus atmosphere. Approximately 32 organi- zations participated, including sororities, fraternities, service, campus, and departmental organizations. Booths included: Royal Flush, Dunk- ing Booth, Tennis Ball Throw, and the College Union Cabinet spon- sored an indoor dance, a side show tent, and a film tent. Tickets for the games cost ten cents and winners were given prizes bought from carnival supply house in Kansas City. The carnival gave organizations a chance to make money for their beginning activities of the year. This event was sponsored by the College Union Cabinet. An Indian snake charmer lures young maidens with his multi- colored, reptile. 29 'Ll-lelp me escape!! It's my husband! Y li' CMS theatre opens fall with 'GA FLEA IN HER EAR" by George Feydeau Directed by Glenn Peirce Technical Director J. David Weiss Since the 19th century heyday of Scribe and Sardou, who made formula writing of plays a most lucrative business, the French have turned out several generations of authors of farce and bed- room comics who are rarely equaled and never surpassed. So it is with George Feydeau and A Flea In Her Ear. Its strength lies in the ability to string together the most exciting comic in- cidents involving the most eccentric personalities imaginable. The results are rarely probable-scarcely possible-but they occur so rapidly that the viewer is given no chance to challenge the likeli- hood of their occurrenceg he is too occupied with the effect of the moment. So it is with George Feydeau and A Flea ln Her Ear. Writing at the end of the 19th century, Feydeau was imbued with the technique of the formula writers who had preceded him and was also possessed of the comic spirit that 250 years of French theatre had inherited from lVloliere. A Flea In Her Ear is seen through a screen of confusion and mistaken identities, when the wealthy Victor Emanuel Chandebise is mistaken for Poche, a poor hotel porter, his look-a-like. Through this confusion jealousy between wives and lovers further compli- cates the plot. The play was presented October 28, 29, and 30, in Hendricks Hall under the direction of Dr. Glenn Pierce. 30 "What have you done with my wife? CAST Camille Chandehise . . . . . Alan J. Mundey Antoinette Pluclleux . . . . . . Cynthia Farrnad Etienne Plucheux ............. ...... J effrey Moran Dr. Finache ..................... John A. Clevenger Lucienne Homenides de Histangua . . . ..... Dixie Jones . . . . . Kathi Baile Raymonde Chandehise .......... Victor Emmanuel Chandebise .... . . . David Thompson Romain Tournel ............ . . . Larry B. Summy Carlos Homenides de Histangua . . . . . Everett Corum Eugenie ................. . . . Christie Meyer Augustin Feraillon . . . . . . . . Harry Blundell Olympe ......... ....... G ayle Goff B:-lptistin ......................... William R. Clay Herr Schwartz .................. William H. Gilpatric Guests at the Hotel: Rhonda Wood, Diann Stebbins, Judith Nonnemaker, Sherralyn Hickman, Sandy Holliger, Steve Fagan. ! "You call this a well-made bed, do you?" 31 "Not with my wife, you don't." 46011, my rheumatism, my poor rheumatism! I can't move my hand! "Somehow I got a funny feelin' I'm gonna end up in the good old state of Montana." "Now Bo, you cain't hit himg heis the sheriff!" Kansas-born playwright William Inge, who has set all of his success- ful plays in the middle west, writes in Bus Stop of the search for love in a lonely world. A bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a cheerful roadside diner in the middle of a howling snowstorm . . . All roads are blocked and the travelers are going to have to hole up until morning. Bois pursuit of Cherie, Carl's affair with Grace, and Dr. Lyman's overtures to Elma are all expressions of their Search for happiness, countered in part by Virgil's self-imposed isolation and Sheriff Masterls settled solitude. Even the broad, earthy humor of small town America does not com- pletely shut out the loneliness. by William Inge Director-Dr. Arthur T. Tees Technical Director-David Weiss 32 Elma Duckworth . Grace Hoylard . . . . Will Masters . . . Cherie ........ Dr. Gerald Lyman Carl .......... Virgil Blessing . . Bo Decker . . . Sherry Hickman . . . Alice Gaines . . Larry Flowers . . Eve Deuhcl . . . Rod Allen . . . llavifl Selzer . Everett Russell . . Steve Brunkhorst H3 .Q QA- uz is , iii? ' ' is - It ,gm , Q "That nl' black magic called love!" 33 .f 43 1 Jane Lewis President lil Tim Baker Stage Productions Ilf' W . n 4, I. 1 a, lil i L' . , .in a..-l l 5 N Joan 0'Neal Public Relations Jess Zink Director x.,i,I. NS1i:...:- iB Barb Harrod Jim Moran Rich Riddell Vice President Games 81 Tournaments Films Mary Hagedorn Secretary Marlin Bryant Special Events -, , 'Qu ,nary John Wllilehead Dave Laubersheimer Assistant Director Activities Coordinator cm. ,at te ,'. - w'1,Ju-H 1' vt nu t. mm N Wi if .',,, I . V1 , v . ' , iff: 121. jig, xiii. 3-1 .1 V. ,,4,5,r.d.i A -.gt 'VF -sK5'.'f1"', 'i ' 1:?515':,sfs5fZi'.ttf,,1.'. , Marcia Quear Mike Bowersox Frank Toombs Connie Cooper Publicity News and Views Exhibits Dance and Entertainment College Union Cabinet schedules student events The College Union Cabinet, Program Council and Committees provide for the social, educational, and recreation needs of the students of Central Missouri State College. These needs are met through programs such as: The All School Carnival, College Quiz Bowl, Sunday Cinema Series, All Night Party, uThe One and Only Singersn, spring musical, Organization in the Hub, Casino Party, ski trip, games and tournaments, and various dances and concert attractions throughout the year. The College Union Cabinet programs with one thought in mind-to present the finest entertainment to the students of Central Missouri State College at the lowest possible cost. The Union Cabinet is composed of 12 members, who direct, coordinate, and plan all programs under their supervision. The President of the Cabinet 1970-71 was Miss ,lane Lewis, Vice President was Mr. Rich Riddellg and Secretary was Miss Mary Hagedorn. The stakes get higher and excitement mounts as another hand of cards are dealt. College Union sponsors evening of fun with Monte Carlo atmosphere The evening of Friday, January 15, 1971 found the North and South Cafeterias of the College Union transformed into a Las Vegas game room. Dixieland music and floor shows helped to create the atmosphere for the College Union Cabinet event, while cig- arette girls circulated through the crowd and attended the coke bar. Draw poker, black jack, bingo, roulette, penny pitch, and several different card games were played. Those who won in the games of chance were able to exchange their Casino money for carnival- type prizes available at the Flea Market. The music was provided by uThe Storyville Stompersf' Two iloor shows were presented during the evening's entertainment by the HOne and Only Singers." Members of the College Union Cabinet sponsored the event. 36 VLA, f lbw' k'rf Anxious players are urged to try their luck at Bingo. More money is dealt for another round of heavy gambling. it 1 i r,,ieii F. 'TEV Z l U 5.11.1 mt lxlz 15 g1,w1f,,yf.,, , Li:-W- -saw - I Increasing in popularity, "The One- and Only" makes another appearance, entertaining at the Casino party. 37 ui T . -M . grief. gg 'S-6-5,13 ': ' 1-V"-f5',52f 'Qi'-'65 -- , N M 5 ' Z :af 4 f, Q , 9 as ga.. w 221532151 KX iii Wgggff Hgsesiau R, 1 s u A i. . ' 'iif5iEi?g .- .M Xmv ,-,,.., G., .. V.. x N N, .. Q . f,ZE ,yfffk ,Y , mm':A 2 m S AM A RHETOR QUEEN Debbie Farr - Alpha Omicron Pi s m .X U RHETOR PRINCESS Debbie Boyer Delta Upsilon L' 'l .251 'lr 5 Q 'f ' 1 ' 1 1' J lst' in wif . 'C 55, ii ,-.21 V ,:-kr - ' ,E v,-f 13251 if is 4.2 lt., 9f,a.v: -, :V .-:- uw Tgrig-fi. - V fi g , ' U I ' .1-. -vii is M- 1 ' - . -V -u nd gxzgfiwnh f 144 F. ,z , ,Q-:F 1. ".i'3.'-T! ' f 'UH r- '-W '-, P. .Ji JW- "-PHX, . -is-mf' ' Y' . ' 'tual' ?-cpl ff ' ,L '. ':a , ' ' ' ' 3 ,.fJ?.i ' S." .ff Mr. Donald See crowns Miss Debbie Farr 1971 Rhetor Queen. RHETOR PRINCESS Barbara Dennis Sigma Kappa President of CMS alumni crowns '71 Rhetor ueen On February 18, 1971, Miss Debbie Farr was crowned Centennial RHETOR Queen by Mr. Donald See, National President of the CMS Alumni Association. Miss Farr was chosen from a group of 19 Coeds. Coronation ceremonies took place during the intermis- sion of the Gregg Smith Singers Concert in Hendricks Hall. Miss Gayle Powell, RHETOR Editor, escorted by Mr. Charles Rimel, presented the queen and princesses with gifts during the cere- mony. Judging took place Saturday, February 13th with each candidate being interviewed individually during the day. Judging continued that evening as the candidates attended a reception before the RHETOR Queen Contest Banquet. This year's judges were Miss Margueritte L. Kuna, Assistant Employment Manager of Hall- mark Cards lnc., Kansas City, Missouri, Miss Nan Allmon, Assis- tant Dean of Students at William Woods College, Fulton, Mis- sourig Dr. Raymond W. Lansford, Professor of Finance at the University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. The candidates were judged on poise, personality, and appearance during the inter- views. .7 i i y . 'F J P fl S Susan Fisher Becky Lyon H0ut5'H050Y Delta Zeta G .lane Michaels Lynette Lalulnondier Sigma Pi Sigma Phi Epsilon Mr' Gregg Smith Jamie Banning Sharon Baker Marcia Quear Cynthia Bates Fitzgerald Hall Beta Sigma Psi Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Sigma Alpha 1 .gf Linda Fowler Barbara Austin Connie Cooper Sheila Gockel Sigma Tau Gamma Alpha Sigma Tau Nickerson Hall Lambda Chi Alpha 40 . ,Q . -- JW 1 The Gregg' Smith Singers Karen Harbison .lanifer Ebersold Alpha Xi Delta South Yealer Karen Rolf Laurie Leonard Delta Chi Alpha Gamma Delta Gregg Smith Singers perform at Rhetor ueen coronation The Gregg Smith Singers concert, 4'An Odyssey in Soundf provided an entertaining background for the coronation of the Centennial Rhetor Queen on February 18, 1971. Highlighting twentieth century music, the concert included many of Charles Ives' works as well as international folk- songs. The singers used modern techniques of presentation such as spac- ing themselves around Hendricks Hall to create a stereo effect. The tour- ing concert group is directed by Mr. Gregg Smith and accompanied by Mr. Stephen Crout. During the intermission of the concert, Miss Debbie Farr was crowned the Centennial Rhetor Queen. Mr. Dan Cogan, Supervisor of Audio-Visu- al Campus Services at CMS, was the Master of Ceremonies for the coro- nation and Mr. Mike Quimby, a student at CMS, provided background music on the organ. Arrangements for the Coronation activities were made by the Student Activities Board headed by Miss Helen Gilbert, Director of Student Activities. 41 'I 19 br 6 li Y ft' X X Rruseo Phillip Carter Dave Brittain Advisor Editor -Ml 'il ' it , 1 9 ,H " - E VA. E. of campus Interest On stage Published weekly year-round except for vacation and examination periods, The Student is the official campus publication of Central Missouri State College. The Student received a number one rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Columbia University, in national competition during the 4-6th Annual College-University contest., Judges said of the news- paper, "THE STUDENT is a model paper. It is brightly written, intelligently edited, and imaginatively illustrated--a credit to the institution and a publi- cation of which its readers can be proud." In addition, the staff won four of the six major g'Best in State" awards for excellence in writing in individual class A competition at the Missouri Col- lege Newspaper Association contest, University of Missouri, and 11 number one ratings. Best in State awards were received in News, Feature, Sports and Art-cartoon categories. The Student is a member of the Columbia Scholas- tic Press Association and the Missouri College Newspaper Association. The paper is printed by the College Graphic Arts Department. Stan Bohon was this year's newspaper photographer. 42 Dave Brittain, Editor Student Staff strives for high honors in journalism UU Mr. Carter and Dave check publication schedule for Spring term. Debbie Stobaugh, Managing Editor Mark McG Mel Jellkills Young Gayle Powell Advlsnf Sports Editor 'emi 1.,, lv, . 1, Tony Mercurio Sports Editor Charles Rimel, Assistant Editor, checks headline sizes with Gayle Powell, Editor. ln order to make the 1971 Centennial Rhetor an outstanding one, many special photographic techniques were used. This year's Rhetor has more full color pages than any past edition. Also duotones were used to make some of the photos of Central Missouri State College in the past look old and yellow. The cover of this year's Rhetor consists of the basic colors of burnt orange and avocado with gold foil and white lettering highlights. Continuing the motif of a gold embossed emblem on the lower right cor- ner of the front cover, a metalay reproduction of the college seal is fea- tured. Carrying out the theme of M100 Years of Service," the division pages consist of repeated designs of the college seal and the number 100 alternating to create a modernistic pattern. The division pages also high- light the theme colors of avocado, burnt orange and gold. To emphasize the Centennial year, the staff researched college and community history to pro- vide a brief look into the past at Central Missouri State College. 44 5.55 J im Dickey, Greek Editor 1971 Centennial Rhetor features Central Missouri State,s 1001511 year . My 4 ' .L y rg, , f V , Mona Scrivner, Copy Writer ' if .XJ 23255 an , sw S 3525 ,yifzi fir er W2 Vu, ,M ' f rrrr , - Q1-' - -V -V V 1, if Q lf' js, u H ' 1 W W U y ,rarra or Ami W' -. "N Digg? ' ' 'iii-ies " f3?,,E7, 1 23331 F W L susarrcfaibhel-prefer or N Q' pf -' 1 55552-rf-iz. MQ V A ,L J f Dale Prodi Q'??"W H 2 W W ss 'W or rarr I Axvrl W5EgZf,1rNN!g KemyMcDaniels L of BobrHagn.mgrme1ste1' 'Q - r . iii ,T Wm A M1731 gif, W ,..,, ,rw ' so 'Le Q: 'N Betty Berry, Copy Writer Lynn Lake, Copy Writer 45 Don Fagg Photographer Dean Vogelaar Sports Information Student Activities Board goes boating at Tan-Tar-A. Members of Activities Board relax at weekend conference. 46 ' ,,5f', .i, -f SGA Senate 'wi -Q ,dilfj Steve Smith, SGA President Student organizations coordinate all campus-wide student interests The CMS Student Government Association represents the student body in the college community. It serves this function by recommending student policy, initiating programs, and serving as a student information center. In addition, the SGA Senate spent much time this year ratifying a new constitution. The Campus Student Activities Board is composed of representatives of each of the gov- erning organizations: SGA, AWS, AMS, IFC, Panhellenic Council and College Union Cabinet. This Board sponsors, along with the Director of Student Activities, major cam- pus programs such as Freshman Orientation, Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference. Home- coming, 0fficer's Workshops, Rhetor Queen Contest, and professional entertainment. Members of the Board were Ray Young, Larry A. Johnson, Richard Summers, Carolyn Kramer, Jane Lewis, and Donna Miller. Miss Helen Gilbert, Director of Student Activi- ties, served as chairman. Presidents of campus organizations discussed campus problems with President Lovinger at the monthly Prexy Club dinner meetings. kg 1 Prexy Club Steve Snyder, SGA Vice-President Gene Hackett, Speaker of the Senate 47 ff. J .. 3, ,W Brit- gg ru ns. ,Aff sf J Baptist Student Union-For over 20 years the Baptist Student Union has been part of the Central Missouri State scene. Established by the Missouri Baptist Convention to provide a center of activities and religious education for Baptists at CMS, the Baptist Student Union is a link between the students and area Baptist churches. Throughout the year revival teams are sent to area churches to lead youth revivals. Special campus activities sponsored by the BSU in- clude the annual Freshman Party, and International-student get-to- gethers. This year the BSU along with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored two campus-wide activities. In the fall, Bud Abell, former Kansas City Chief, presented a program in testimony and wor- ship. Later Ray Hildebrand, popular singer, presented a service in song and testimony with several campus athletes participating. The BSU is sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Hutcherson. Dr. Hutcher- son also teaches religion classes at the Baptist Chair of Bible located just off the main campus. The CWEN S prepare procedures before their annual installation meeting. Rosemary Hoover sings folk songs at BSU party. CWENS-arrived Labor Day to welcome and assist freshman women entering the dorms. The next Friday they were again active as a group when they greeted stu- dents' parents at the President's tea. CWENS was represented in the "Hub" and on Nov- ember 3, Founders Day was celebrated by honorary and alumnae CWENS. At Christ- mas they sold mistletoe as a money-making project. Winter term an annual 6'Smarty Party" was held for all freshmen women who maintained a 3.0 grade average. The big event of the year was the 23rd National Witan. CWENS were represented by Debby Green and Sally Slusher. The principles of CWENS are friendship, promotion of lead- ership, offering of services, and promotion of the c'lady" ideal. Outing Club-The Outing's Club most popular acti- vities were white water canoeing and back-packing in the Ozarks. Club members, with faculty chaperones, leaving Warrensburg after classes Friday, camping on the trail or stream bank, and returning Sunday afternoon. The club owns seven canoes, but members furnish most of their personal gear. Last summer several members backpacked in the Sawtooth Mountains near Stanley, Idaho. Caving, rock-climbing, sailing, and an annual slideshow and feast are a few activities of the Outing Club. In May the Missouri Outdoor WfilB1'S Association presented an Award of Merit to the Outing Club, the first award in 18 years of active service to CMS. The award stated the Outdoor Writer's Association's appreciation for the Club's Mout- standing contribution to the advancement of the conser- vation and appreciation of Missouri's outdoor and natural resourcesv. Dr. and Mrs. Hawksley practice an eddy turn on the White River. Service and recreation hi hlight club activities -11 Members of Lambda Alpha Epsilon practice pistol shooting. sa., i 9 ' Lambda Alpha Epsilon-The Gamma Epsilon Delta chapter of Lambda Alpha Ep- silon is the professional criminal justice fra- ternity on the CMS campus. The fraternity's primary objectives are to elevate standards of personnel, training, procedure and ideals within the areas of the administration and execution of criminal justice. Also, through fraternal contact, greater understanding oi the many different agencies and departments in the area of criminal justice may be en- countered as well as promoting public under- standing of the problems and objectives in the area of criminal justice. Officers were Arnie Porter, President, Ray Williams, Vice- President, Carol Bird, Secretary-Treasurer, and ,lim Klaman, Sergeant of Arms. AWS members discuss problems at committee meeting. ,fX AWS-The Association of Women Students, or AWS, includes every woman who is enrolled at Central Missouri State College. The purpose of AWS is to deal with all matters pertaining to the welfare of women students, to unify the women students, to provide opportunities for leadership, to increase a sense of in- dividual responsibilities and to create and maintain high stan- dards for women students at Central Missouri State. The AWS Executive Council is made up of the officers of the association, who have been elected by the body of women stu- dents. The Executive Council, the Judiciary Board and the AWS Assembly represent all CMS women students and carry out the business of the organization. Various committees are appointed throughout the year, and these committees assist the Assembly and the officers in carrying on the work of the AWS. Pi Kappa Delta-Members of Pi Kappa Delta, a nationally honorary forensic fra- ternity, annually participate in debate, dis- cussion, oratory, extempore speaking, and oral interpretation while traveling to twenty inter-collegiate tourneys in ten states. ln addition to these events the L'Talking Mulesn utilize the telelecture system to engage area schools in debates via amplihed long-dis- tance telephone hook-ups. PKD members also participate in the forensic events which the Communications Department hosts such as the Muleskinner Challenge Debate Tourn- ament for first and second year college de- baters, the Missouri State College Speech Tournament, and the district and state National Forensic League Tournament. Students in forensics have the opportunity to receive training in the analysis of con- troversial public problems and in present- ing coherent reasoned discourse in defense of a rational analysis. The "Talking Mules" depart for another weekend of debate tournament activities. Subject oriented fraternal honoraries foster high standards of achievement Prospective members of Psi Chi, a psychology honorary, discuss the organization. Psi Chi-Psi Chi is a national honorary organization in psychol- ogy, chartered by the American Psychological Association. The pur- pose of Psi Chi is to recognize schol- astic achievement of students in the field of psychology, and to provide stimulating learning activities. During the year Psi Chi sponsored a seminar on stimulants and depressants, a field trip to the Missouri State Mental Hospital in St. Joseph, and an annual spring picnic. Each year prospective members are invited to ask active members questions pertaining to the activities and duties of the organiza- tion. Delta Tau Alpha-The organization is a national agriculture honor society which be- came a Central Missouri State charter in April 1965. Each February agriculture-related companies and industries come to counsel and recruit agriculture majors and minors on . Delta Tau Alpha Career Day. The chapter spearheaded progressive national Delta Tau Alpha policy changes at the April 1970 convention in Cookeville, Tennessee. These changes accelerated undergraduate membership and allowed for graduate membership. ww .M ie: . , - W Q ,sp fs. "--' t - , .. E A , 1 tag l riijff agp l,r. J in ., .3 i-if 1 'iz tll :i v ', 1 Flair-.n l :as 1,1- .-3 7 v tt sf l' 5 - 7 Q ,J 5 . is - if ik' ' 7 .54: , .s li it " .-6 K V 'Zta 4 ' 2 'wx' ' ,.. W . fi.- J- N 3' . . X, f M, ., my W, pl-an 'Af v ,. f- ,F ,fag Tm -- ' -ii ....2 X. . I A j 5... .t.5.f.1w rx A ' ' "f-1. H ' ' ' 'F ik- :Z 'X v .' '. 'f K 1'-:Ing A coed Maggie" gets top billing at the Delta Tau Alpha spring banquet. A warm reception is given for new members of the Gamma Theta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta. -5 9-A I 1 V 'san 'T Sigma Tau Delta-Gamma Theta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, national English honor society, is open to all interested English majors on the Central Missouri State campus. To be eligible to join the English club, a student is required to have a 3.25 grade average in English and a 2.5 overall average. A student must also have 30 or more hours. '1- 1 w t ' 1 n . .1 Qftk 3' Natis. The members endeavor to encourage worthwhile reading and written expression, as well as to promote a spirit of fellowship among students specializing in the English language and liter- ature. Monthly meetings are held at the homes of various Eng- lish faculty members. Programs concerning professions requir- ing an English major other than teaching are discussed. Ethnic Dance Club-Formed in 1970 by Mrs. Dolores M. Plunk and her assistant Mr. Donald Donath, assistant professors in physical education, the Ethnic Dance Club perpetuates the qualities of folk dances indigenous to specific geographic areas of the world. The group is developing a repertoire of ethnic dances choreographed for theatrical presentation. The dancers were in concert at Hendricks Hall on the evening of February 10th. A group of physical education majors dancing a medley of Serbian folk dances was part of the concert. Setnje, a Serbian dance depicting a stroll, is performed by the Ethnic Dance Club. Dolphins Swim Club-Dolphins synchronized swim club has been on Central Missouri State campus for thirty-one years. The purpose of the club is to give women students an opportunity for membership and to their aquatic ability in an annual water show. For member- ship a student should be a strong and able swimmer. She should be able to swim with good form the back- stroke, breaststroke, front crawl, and side stroke. Certain stunts are also required such as a pike surface dive, deck dive, tub, back dolphin and ballet leap. These stunts are taught to perpective members. After membership girls are required to attend all meetings and help with any projects. They should also be willing to give much of their time and hard work helping with the show. The theme for this year's show was L'The Wonderful World of Disneyv. It was presented in April at the Marrow Pool. The show contained many different and varied numbers such as a duet, solo, a mixed number that was performed by the 5th graders attending the lab school. Through synchronized swimming, music, scenery, costumes, lights and props an interesting and entertaining evening was created. Miss Beverly Allen sponsored the Dolphins. Women ofthe Dolphin Swim Club are shown synchronizing a water ballet. , 52 Accounting Club members tour the Proctor-Gamble plant in Kansas City. Accounting Club-The 100th birthday of Central Missouri State proved to be one of the busiest and best for the Account- ing Club. The Accounting Club participated in Homecoming activities by sponsoring Miss Linda Venegas who was a top ten finalist. The Accounting Club was active in Commerce Day activities and also served as host to many outstanding speakers at their monthly meetings. The Accounting Club also sponsored two field trips, a Christmas party, and a Spring barbeque during the year. Officers for the year were Jack Arnold, President, Carl Cooper, Treasurer, and Brenda Ash, Secretary. Sponsors who provided inspiration for all of the members were Mr. Ron Castleman and Mr. Ken Stone. Recreation Major's Society-The Recreation Major's So- ciety provides each member with a variety of experiences as a participant and leader which enriches the professional training. These include family, youth and senior citizen community proj- ects, the schoolwide Summer Job Interview Day, the monthly publication of the Leisure Times, field trips and the annual Spring Banquet. lt is a busy and expanding' organization since it provides people with meaningful leisure-time opportunities and strives for the improvement of natural and human re- sources. Recreation Major's Society experience a four-day simulated campout. rganizations encourage outside-of-class learning Amateur Radio Club-The Central Missouri State Amateur Radio Club was founded in 1969. Since that time the club has tried to provide the students and staff of CMSC with a message handling service. The club is a member of the Army Military Affiliated Radio System QMARSJ and can handle messages to any serviceman no matter where he is located. The club can also send messages anywhere in the country. This service is free of charge. The Amateur Radio Club has a modern transceiver that is capable of reaching the far corners of the earth. To date the club contacted hams in most of the states, in- cluding Alaska, and many Canadian Provinces. A few South and Central American countries have also been reached. The club is capable of code 'and voice transmission. In the near future teletype will be added. An amateur television is even envisioned. The Amateur Radio Club has an expanding and enthusiastic membership. These people hope to provide a better message handling service and to give Central Missouri State ears and a voice to the world. 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' ff. .Ii Q.--U, -151,4 '- S ' 1 F- 7 1, WA 'N 'Q N59 -F . 4 ,'- www ' , .Q-1 Q- 4 . --..,,,.,1--1 , A 5- ".lm1NnKDv" D' , 1,5 I wx, msn:-na wisp Greek organizations active in campus-wide functions Formal rush introduced many students this year to their first glimpse of Greek life on campus. Smokers and coketail parties were an introduction to the serious business to be done by the fraternities and sororities. Pan- hellenic Council, and Inter-Fraternity Council served as the channel of communication for coordinating the projects and programs of the various fraternities and sororities. Greek activities included Homecoming floats and house decorations and Christmas service projects. They were also active in the All-School Carnival with various booths. Together during the year Creeks supported varsity athletics with colorful banners and true Greek spirit. The end of the year was highlighted by the activities of Greek week. Serving as Panhellenic Council officers were Donna Miller, Presidentg Kathy Littrell, Vice Presidentg Cheri Burger, Secretaryg Vonda Smith, Corresponding Secretalyg and Mary Kennedy, Treasurer. Serving as Inter-Fraternity Council officers were J. W. Page, President, Randy Brown, Vice President, Vance DeLozier, Secretary, and Roger Zirbel, Treasurer. The officers and members of these two organizations were responsible for a united program of social and service programs. Carol Hackney Debbie Hallert Debbie Harryman Mary Kennedy Gayle Kenner Kathy Littrell Julie Long Donna Miller Jamie Pickrell Barb Roseboom . Merrily Rowald 5' Barbara Smith V Fonda Smith Rita Stevens Marcia Townsend PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Cheri Burger Sandy Case Chris Clark Rita Craig Cathy Crist Linda Daugherty Georgia Eason Pat Fox Debbie Green -W,3Q1.fg5Qf1i5Qyv it 4 fy., f ir .M .,,,-......-:.,.,,-. ,... Y,,,f.f..,.,. M- ,Fa -V V . 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' ' Jerome Fallen H IEI ' Edward Harris " Dennis Hedley A Michual Herndon Rick Jensen Ken Lauderback Larry Lintner Jerry Lunn Gregg Mastroianni Carl McBride Andrew McCoy zzgigix Dennis McGowan ., 2 ' Tom Mertensmeyer 15 ' 11- . James Meyer ' Mark Miller f Byron Mott . vg ' A Paul Nuzum ' " ff WF Ervin Ohlemeyer Jesse Page Chastain Parks Harold Parrish Mike Parsons Michael Pipkin Jim Robb Lyman Robie Robert Robinson Danny Sallee Edwin Sampson Leo Snelling Randy Thompson Lon Walker Tom White Raymond Young Roger Zirbel Sue Crocker Paula Duncan Pat Franklin Georgia Graham Nancy Hansel Lora Harper Gayle Harrison Barb Harrod Karen Iverson Wanda Jewell Gayle Kenner Laurie Leonard Kathy Littrell Pat Littrell Bev Logeman Betty Loyd Kathy McKelvy Connie Moeller Michele Mueller Sue Ottinger Carolyn Palmer Meredith Robbins Sharon Rose Sharon Steele Shari Stephenson Kris Sturm Janet VanKirk Joann Walker Mary Welch Vicki Werkmeister Paula Willer Diane Woltkamp Ann Woodson Mary Youmans ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Epsilon Lambda chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta returned to CMS this year with dual honors awarded to them at their lnternational Sorority Convention which was held during the summer. Epsilon Lambda was presented with the second place Silver Tray for Scholarship and was placed on the Achievement Honor Roll after being selected among 103 chapters. The school year began as Mary Welch, representing Alpha Gams, was crowned Second Princess of the 1970 Centennial 'Homecoming in Vernon Kennedy Sta- dium. The Alpha Gamma Deltas performed many community services in the form of Christmas parties and philanthropic projects. Other sorority activities included teas, picnics, and winter formal. Alpha Cams also participated in campus organizations including Association of Women Students, CWENS, cheerleading, Mulekickers, Union Cabinet, and Union Committee. Faculty sponsors for 1970-71 were Mrs. Lawrence Bradley, Dr. Myron Carter, Miss Marion Lesher, Mrs. George Mitchell, Miss Margaret Peterson, and Dr. Zey. Hai :LT S Dfw Ser ,f Jke esvi gfafi 111711 October 24, 1915 Clam Alpha Gamma Della's "Daily Star-Journal" says "Flatten out the Bulldogsn for Homecoming. Debbee Farr Carol Fick Pat Fox Linda Fuehring Rosie Culla Karen Haller Kendra Hardine Cindy Heeren Nancy Huffendick Ruth Ann Hunt Rhonda Huot Catherine Jones Paula Kelly Linda Larson Kathy Marshall Judy Pohl Jan Puckett Jo Ranes Loretta Schnieders Melinda Sears Kathy Shoot Rita Stevens Jan Summers Marilyn Sundermeyer Brenda Terrell Karen Wood Kathy Young Pam Younger Pat Cameron Sue Clay Shary Crabb Linda Danley Donna Ehler Kathie Lewis Sharon Baker Janet McAdam Pat Six President Vice-P1 esl dent Secretary Treasurer Sherre Abbott Gail Barber Linda Becker Sue Biggerstaff Cheri Burger 60 1... 6' ALPHA O ICRO PI Delta Pi chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi began a successful year by participating in the All-School Carnival, having a carwash and later winning two trophies for their house dec- oration and iloat titled, "Mules Steamed Upw, at the Cen- tennial Homecoming. A first for the Delta Pi chapter was their Pumpkin Carving Contest at Halloween. Alpha Omi- cron Pi celebrated Christmas by sharing a Founder's Day dinner with new sisters from a colony at Maryville and sponsoring a party for boys at the l-ligginsville State School. r Q. ' i MW, 'W' i aj' .f f -Ir FTW-. vv' 1- .Q- W f- . - cl 4, 1, ifyzf' fy If.':'f'5'1fi - hf!'5kg',. y it V -Q--' "'-" -. A 1. . . -1"l"'i . " l .al J' -,-'ki' S i 71 . fi-1' :tm Among other activities for AOPi members included the annual Homecoming Banquet, and Easter party for the boys at the Hiigginsville State School, and the Rose Banquet and Formal. Between hours of studying and numerous sorority functions the Alpha Omicron Pi members also found time to participate in extra activities such as the CW'ENS, the Mulekickers, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Union Committee, Tassels, the Association of Women Students, the Student Government Association, and the Crescent Girls. an, 'S-.mv 3. 5 .3 V , .j lg' ,tgp ll Alpha Omicron Pils Homecoming float helps to steam up the CMS Mules for their fight with the Bulldogs. Karen Bodenhamer Sandy Case Debbie Conner Nancy Dorn Sally Evans Ginger Gardner Shelia Gockel Debbie Halbert Karen Kedigh Penny Kloepfel Dana Tift Carolyn Masters W Annie Miller Diane Mitchell 1 Sandy Mitchell Janet 0'Brian Shelia O'Conner Carol Olendorff Donna Penniston Melody Place Penny Place Chris Poggi Cathy Reavis Debbie Schmitt Sheryl Sloan Wendy Ware Linda Williams Pam Williams Vicki Witt Kathy Middleton President Mid the hustle and bustle of the holiday season Alpha Sigma Alpha's prepare their decorations. Cindy Bates Kathy Blair 62 fir.. 1' ' ,, YY 5 ,Qi I M 1 13- gi E M i r Q Julie Long Nancy Miller Mary McCurdy Vice President Secretary Treasurer .s ' 11 1, Fran Morgan Barbara Austin Sharon Eaton Rene Dlemer President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Barbara Friend Arlene Cuidali Dolores Harshbarger Janet Hawley Jean Kuester Marty Mitchell Kathy Mohr Jamie Pickrell Debi Pyszka Gail BePinec Rosemary Scholl Barbara Smith Fonda Smith Karen White 0' 7:-fy, . it .r,,'- VB I -Q 3 ii f X .-q fa. 553,55 Eggwrwan 15,- Alpha Sigma Tauis prepare their engineers and their float-train for the Centennial Homecoming parade ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Zeta Zeta chapter of Alpha Sima Alpha worked hard this centennial year and captured many honors. Two Alpha,s were up for Homecoming Queen-Anne Miller and Kathy Middleton, who was First Princess. Nancy Miller was se- lected as queen of the Lions Club of Warrensburg. Alpha Sig's philanthropic projects included sponsoring a mentally retarded child at Higginsville. Zeta Zeta chapter was busy with the Founder's Day Banquet, teas, preparing a Home- coming float and setting up a back rubbing booth at the All-School Carnival. Some of the other activities in which Alpha Sigma Alpha's participated during the year were the Association of Women Students, CWENS, the Physical Education Majors Club, Student National Education Association, Alpha Lambda Delta, the Honors Program, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Sisters ofthe Colden Heart, Lambda Chi Crescent Girls, the Mule Kickers, and varsity cheerleading. Alpha Sigma Alpha's faculty sponsors for the 1970-1971 year were Dr. Jesse Jutten, Mr. Kermit Parks, and Mr. Schaffer. ,fe-af-he fxigkyrzu mlx J riilhltryml 'E Om, l 4.1941 a Xtrq gmt Ms Alpha Sigma Alpha's float shows their patriotism as the CMS Mules "declare war" on the Bulldogs. 63 ALPHA SIGMA TAU The Alpha Nu chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau began this year's activities at Central Missouri State by winning the 1970 Centennial Homecoming Sweepstakes Trophy in the sorority division for their float titled "Railroad the Bull- dogs." Philanthropic activities for Alpha Sigma Tau in- cluded sponsoring a foster child in India, supporting an orphanage in Vietnam, collecting for UNICEF, and assist- ing in the Alpha Sigma Tau National Philanthropy Prog- graln of supporting the children of Pine Mountain settle- ment in West Virginia. Alpha Sigma Tau sorority has participated in Various ac- tivities during the year including the Association of Women Students, the Student Government Association, CWENS, Prexy Club, and seven Union Cabinet Committees. Alpha Sigma Tau members were active in the following honora- ries, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Psi Chi, Kappa Omicron Phi, and Beta Beta Beta. Sponsors for Alpha Sigma Tau this year were Miss Barbara Hoffman, Miss El Virga Denning, Mrs. Betty Clardy, Dr. Stanley Killinbeck, and Dr. James Smith. W , 13 i w Q I if Xl Alpha Sigma Tau's prize-winning Homecoming float pulls for the CMS Mules to "Railroad the Bulldogs." Dawn Downer Donna Fabiani Carol Hackney Karen Harbison Trudy Hutto Carole Kidwell Kathy Lanham Rochelle Lazerson Marguerite Madison Gayle McCarty Sharon McDuff Alicha Noland Patty 0'Mara Mary Kay Porter Laura Quinn Barbara Roseboom Patty Simon Linda Turpin Liz Vawter Bonnie Vollmar Valora Werthman Clairanne Zbaren Colleen Freeman Secretary rw. , f Q-3,-.W -+ 11", , , 1 'V f V., ALPHA XI DELTA Alpha Xi Delta began the year by capturing first place in the sorority division during the Centennial Homecoming parade with their entry "Mules Record a Victory-ola." Ep- silon Tau chapter also undertook some philanthropic pro- jects including a Halloween party for retarded children at Higginsville which Alpha Xi's sponsored in conjunction with the Junior Officers Club of WAFB. Alpha Xi Delta also carved pumpkins for various campus groups on Hallo- ween. Alpha Xi Delta participated in a number of campus activities. 1' -A ' 'Wa-4 ft Q-if 1 1 'A , ' ' YT ' "' 11 15 . ', an ll . 'px 4,,r-atb' 1 I Pe J . CE P N X E .1 .gsseppsiil ff lp, if - ---Q-sb , M , .,4w' 1' l 5- 'U ii! These activities for Alpha Xi Delta include the Association of Women Students, SNEA, SCIC, ACE, SGA, CMS dancers, the Student staff, Geology Club, Public Relations Society, Forensics, and Marching Mules. Honors given to members of Alpha Xi Delta were Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Delta, and Delta Psi Kappa. Sponsors for this year were Mrs. Dolores Gram, Miss Shirley Lininger, Mr. Phillip Mc- Kimmey, Mr. Art Mulleis., and associate member, Mrs. Alice Gower, Dean of Women. fn? 'il I, i'?-lf,,,i,5 a?,, 'fe 'Z E vgfr mt a-,LY may ,, Tak .-' ,. as Www-V Q, js! , wr, use-r.f'f'l'ii'S4 'YU-ww 'Tl -f' X' 'dia A . L.-ta Y m kiwi, :' ,,lL,t?H -.imp 'iff ff! 6 N Q Mfg'-Eg! . ,J In the CMS football groove, Alpha X1 Delta's float encourages the Mules to "Record a Victorylaf' Linda Hindmon Valarie Inge Marilyn McField Jeanette Moore Karla Powells Farella Robinson Thelma Spencer Priscilla Utley Linda Ward Lois Wilson I ef' -,S Erma Anderson Delores Byrd Getta Hall President Secretary Treasurer Santa never had it so good-six Delta Sigma Theta's to help at Christmas 68 DELTA SIGMA TI-IETA Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated was developed primarily as a service organization, envisioning an organi- zation of college women pledged to serious endeavor and community service. Zeta Lambda chapter of Delta Sigma Theta dedicated itself to a program of sharing membership skills and organizational services in the public interest. Delta Sigma Theta, in its second year on campus and has increased its size to eighteen members. As a growing organ- ization scholarship was emphasized among members. For the last two years Zeta Lambda chapter has participa- ted in trick-or-treat for UNICEF and every year a scholar- ship has been given to a needy and worthy black student. ln February Delta Sigma Theta celebrated the annual Sweetheart Ball in which one young man was chosen who had shown qualities of leadership and the ability to get along with others. Several members of the Zeta Lambda chapter of Delta Sigma Theta were nominated for recogni- tion in Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Delta Sigma Theta's work at the entrance ofthe annual ,lack of Heart's Ball. Delta Sigma Theta displays several sorority items for fall rush in 1970. Kathy Ferguson Linda Fowler Linda Goldsmith Debbie Hayden Lynette Lalumondier Jane Lewis Becky Liringis Jeannie McDonald Jane Michaels Donna Miller Susan Nordmeyer Kit Scannell Marianne Schoenthal Kathy Shearon Tae Stremke Shirley Ward Marilyn Weg1nann Sandy Westhoff ,. Melissa McClain Treasurer X 1 DELTA ZETA The Epsilon Gamma chapter of Delta Zeta began a suc- cessful year at CMS by having their candidate, Kathy Shearon, crowned l970-71 Centennial Homecoming Queen. Delta Zeta received the award for Best Historical Treatment of Theme with their float "Putt-Punt to Victory." Also, during Homecoming Delta Zeta sponsored their annual mum sale. Other activities included the annual Steak Fry, Founder's Day, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, Rose and Green Ball and a Parent's Day Banquet. Delta Zeta served in AWS, SNEA, One and Only, and gym- nastic team. DZ's were also active in other campus organi- zations such as Kappa Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Omega Pi, Delta Psi Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, Who,s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Union Cabinet, ACE, SCIC, MSTA, PEM Club, Psychology Club, Prexy Club, AMA, Recreation Majoris Society, Biology Club, and the Judiciary Board. Sponsors were Miss Elizabeth DeHoff, Miss Diane Pauble, Miss Sheryl Etling, and Mrs. Louise Mayfield. .!l"' J' f 'IT 1' I' 1 f 'Qui iitrxtl ,A Y Delta Zeta's support the Mules during Homecoming with their prize winning parade entry Putt-Punt. Helen Wilson Doris Baucom Wanda Tyndall President Vice President Treasurer Dorothy Brown Quennie Hill Saundra Patton The Aurora pledge club is presented to the black student body as they entertain at Pertle Springs Lodge. 72 SIG A GAMMA RHO The Sigma Gamma Rho sorority became active on the CMSC campus May 6, 1970 and was awarded the charter of Delta Pi chapter at the Annual Awards program. Sigma Gamma Rho, a service sorority has been characterized by the slogan "Greater Service, Greater Progressf' The Na- tional organization was founded November 12, 1922 in ln- clianapolis, Indiana by six young women. ln March, 1970 the sorority became alive on this campus with the aid of ten women and the Delta Pi chapter grew to fourteen mem- bers this year. 'lf -V agp 535.6 A Four-Point Program has become the object of the so- rority. This program includes: "Sisterhood, Service, Scholar- ship, and Leadership" all of which are very highly stressed by all Sigma Gamma Rho members. The women of the Delta Pi chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho have worked hard to make the sorority's Hrst year on campus a successful and worthwhile one by upholding the ideas and traditions of Sigma Gamma Rho to the highest. The sponsors for Sig- ma Gamma Rho were lVlrs. Gloria English, and Dr. Michael Flaningam. ' 5 f u s f " -A fig 51' , VAS i nk 'U-T .gf Vklx A ,, N : 'L .. xx. 4' 1 1 E. 5' i i t if qi iff ,fi ., . f .. .,,.. .- if a 55.7" ta L '2f"1,.. 'Mafia' i P viii-fr , 3 I 2, .V f ' -, '. ,i Ma :yt .. V V ,, ii I. , ., ,iii .Q JI W- I St- I, , 42, L " I, z V. 5, ft .4 ,V ' it 'fit 7' ' ' - :fI.',1s W Jef, X5 'I , E, .fit .7 -, ' ' . . .. .' A " -if '-' 1 1 1 .. .ff A may N ,-3' gg NM, 'J gr' iv if W. A 'I ' five 3- 1' I -- fi . , 5- f 1 aug .s, '.41Q, ' gffrill 3.55, 1" ' ff A Q' 'Pt - -A ' ' " -1' U ' . ' ' R ia' -tf I , Nl Q 5 4 J ' I A Q 1.51, ' 'Lag I ku , M Q 215 'Lt Al it ii, x Sigma Gamma Rho joins Kappa Alpha Psi in sponsoring a pie throwing booth at the All-School Carnival. Karen Chiles Kathy Darnell Barbara Dennis Shari Dusheke Georgia Eason Nancy Edwards Lucy Elliott .lill Fleetwood Nancy Garland Gayle Griffith Debbie Harryman Debbie Hibdon Colleen Highley Kaye Hurley Shay Idel Charlotte Jacquin Cathy Johnson Jackie Kraus Karen Logston Barb Marksberry Melinda Miller Paula Mills Janet Payne .loy Pengra Susie Rhode Christa Scott Annell Shelley Carol Shelor Beth Shumate Debby Spencer Kathy Swanson Marcia Townsend Corinne Uyehara Linda Weber Jackie Williams .-Q. Belinda Smith Peggie Mills Kathleen Zacha Anita Campbell President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Patty Bash Myra Best Debbie Boyer Becky Brown Gayle Caldwell Vicki Campbell CJ 74 r -.11 f'i'VJ 1' - '2'5't9C?'.L Jffy fy. Sw"":-LS-1 SIGMA KAPPA The Delta Eta chapter of Sigma Kappa began this yearis activities by entering a walking float, "The Roaring Twen- ties," in the Homecoming parade. Kathleen Zacha repre- senting Sig Kap's was Second Princess at the Centennial Homecoming. Patty Weiss reigned as Rhetor Queen of 1970 and Debbie Boyer claimed the title of First Princess to Miss Lioness of Warrensburg. Barb Dennis was CMSC's first Mil- itary Ball Queen and Jill Fleetwood became Miss Raytown and Second Runnerup to Miss Missouri. The Philanthropy program of Delta Eta chapter included sponsoring a foster child in Greece, entertaining under- priviledged children and senior citizens, and collecting for UNICEF. Sig Kap's were also active in SNEA, AWS, ACE, CWENS, Delta Psi Kappa, Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Eta, Kappa Delta Pi, Tassels, and the Mulekickers. Sponsors for this year were Miss Elizabeth Engle, Miss Eleanor Shocky,Mrs. Martha Rader, Dr. Louie Sosebee, Lt. Col. William Warlick, and Dr. Lowell White- side. gif' Nfgx, xx- Y Cx, sas 1-fyO.m'l Kfpli A lm -4' ',-:Lili-f Q35 iris' F5150 , Onf , NP .fl Sig Kap's donate 5100.00 to the Warrensburg Pool Fund as their Roaring Twenties Walking float shows. Jan Shackleford Paulette Reistad Janice Chrisman President Vice President Secretary W-in Nancy Windler Treasurer Janann Freeman Jane Gray Debby Green Gail lhrig Mary Kennedy Connie May Cher Mueller Ethel Neimeyer Beth Ohlrich Cathy Powers Maria Quear Linda Rippeteau Nicki Rippeteau Merrily Rowald Susan Shadley Barb Stevens Cindy Walters Susie Walters Sandy Wheeler Susan Wilson Terri Wren Pam Allin i, - 1 Kali Ball K I , M Patty Binninger ' . A Barb Bryan M A A X ,, N All 'iff Sue Calvert , f f f' " A Toni Candido L K "' ' ' 5' Kathy Carew . Ma- i .N 3- if Linda Eimer LL ,gi A l i i f K 2' .Q 1 K .,.. 0 -:.' ' N 1- 75 ' A ,in y 4 H450 i '31 5 N. b in m X I if-1 'A fn vi gg is , -is Q. A n ,ELNXK 'N vii. Wi, If ii' .N I 7' , -ii Z by ,Xi Y 1 - , X Y f iw L f I - V if ,3' , r x X, ,gf . i T , ml fee- y A at , if X 5, gf -' ,Lf ,. -, ,. "' '- C r ll A e i rw twftf I 76 . bf. ...4 K. 'ev 0 f J' F A 91 .0 4- 3 a r. c ll H Ax . SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Nu chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma sponsored their first activity of the year in the fall, which was the selling of coupon books with discounts from local merchants to raise funds for children at the North Carolina Memorial Hospital. The Christmas holiday season brought a jointly sponsored party for underprivileged children with the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon. This year's faculty sponsors for Sigma Sigma Sigma were Dr. Joyce Bailey, Mrs. Nina Devenny, Mrs. Roddy Taylor, Mr. David Eshelman, and Mr. Dean Vogel- aar. Adding to the spirit of the athletic events were three Sigma cheerleaders and two Mulekickers. Sigma's were also active in campus organizations and exercised their leadership abilities. Members served as officers in such campus organ- izations as the Union Cabinet, CWENS, Women's intramur- als, Panhellenic Council, and SCIC. Other members par- ticipated in the Association of Women Students, Fashion Board, Student Government Association, many athletic events, and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. j3'fZ'.ff:r"' X..-q"""' gf...-if 1 ,.x ...V if I , -Mg--1'-" b -,,,-..f-f x Q' - -' Pulling for an old fashioned victory, the women of Sigma Sigma Sigma march on for the fighting Mules. Mike Dalzell Bob Duvenick Al Eaton Randy Edwards Salbatore Filippi Joe Genovese Dennis Gravatt Roger Grove Larry Hinson Rick Houghtlin Rick Jensen Kevin Kaiser Gary Kilby Randy Koons Mike Lepper Steve Lindstrom Dennis Long Don Loredon Jerry Lunn John Mertensmeyer Steve Mertensmeyer Larry Noble Dennis Olive Dennis Parker Kirt Schierbecker Scott Schumaker Hugh Sharkey Scott Simon Bob Tharp Dave Theiss Mike Vincent Gary Wainscott Vernie Whaler Bob Wilson Dick Wilson David Bland Elroy Buyat Mike Byrne John Clayton Tom Mertensmeyer Glen Meyer Dennis Sharp Dick Summers PfCSiClCHl Vice Plesldcnt Secretary Treisulcr Dave Arnall Ted Beissenherz Tom Bevard Q 78 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Sigma chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda celebrated their thirteenth year on the CMSC campus this year. ln the fall the AKL's took first place in the fraternity division during the Centennial Homecoming as their house decoration re- ceived awards for best mechanical detail and best treatment of theme. Social events enjoyed by the men of Alpha Kappa Lambda were Homecoming, Thanksgiving ski trip, Christ- mas party, lnferno, Easter float trip, spring formal, Ozark outing, and the annual chicken bar-b-que in the spring. The men of Alpha Kappa Lambda won their fraternity's National Chapter Improvement Award for 1970. AKL's were active in the Inter-Fraternity Council, SGA, AMA, P.E. Club, College Union Cabinet, M Club, Prexy Club, Student Activities Committee, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Newman Club. The AKL,s closed the 1969-1970 year by winning the All-Creek soft- ball title. Alpha Kappa Lambda sponsors were Dr. Lyle Beaver, Mr. Dave Daniels, and Mr. George Boland. Mrs. Martha Kochheim was AKL,s housemother. Alpha Kappa Lambda helps send offthe Mules in their attempt to land a Centennial Homecoming victory. Curt Cearley Dean Dickbreder Mike Dowler Kennie Frankum Mike Fry Paul Gilchrist John Glasner Gary Groves Mike Hamilton Robert John Jeif Koppel Albert Lee Cary Lee John Leuty Bud Lovinger Lee McCormick Brent Mead Ron Miller Brad Murphy Buff Norton Marc Simonitsch Dave Stegner Bruce Volling Bill White Cha,-135 McLean John Schafer Terry Anderson Tim Ponting President Rich Bullard Allen Canfield eil 80 Vice Presldent becrt tary Treasurnr Terry Blank Ms- ALPHA PHI OMEGA Beta Kappa chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, an International service fraternity, celebrated its thirty-second year of ser- vice to the CMSC campus this winter. Alpha Phi Omega activities began with assisting in freshman orientation. Another service project on the campus was the organization and execution of the Centennial Homecoming parade. The fraternity spent the Christmas season caroling about the campus and at rest homes in the area. A spring campout was planned for the end ofthe year's activities. In April of this year the men of Alpha Phi Omega spon- sored the Ugly Man On Campus Charity Drive which cul- minated in the announcement of the UMOC Queen and the Ugly Man. Alpha Phi Omega members were recognized in the following activities: Wl1o's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Tan Tara Leadership Conference, College Bowl, Campus Christmas Decoration Committee, Recreation Club, ROTC Rifle Team, Pershing Rifles, Skiing Club, Young Republicans, Para-Medico, Debate Team, and Marching Mules. Members of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity discuss the forming of the 1970 Homecoming parade. Roger Fuchs Willie Helmlinger Steve Hollrah Robert Kubiah David Lenz Dennis Meyer , V Roger Meyer , V B1llMmford 1 if 1'1 g V ,wp ig: Bernard Mott ' , , Steven Mm-ller , ., I , 1 my if i ' N" ,gif K ' B rl 3 Byron Mott ' I 4' is V' ' A " If F A h - f Lv, -1 , -:. E ' i w A LI 'L Sf: ' ii We 1 8 n X fi X Jim Causey Ron Eickhoff Ervin Ohlemeyer Vice President Richard Bargfrede BETA SIGMA PSI The Pi chapter of the Beta Sigma Psi fraternity completed their second year on the Central Missouri State College campus this year. In support of the Central Missouri State College Centennial Homecoming, the members of the fra- ternity constructed a Homecoming float which brought back memories of the repeal of prohibition in the early 1930,s. Beta Sigma Psi members also added their support to the efforts of the Delta Zeta sorority in spiriting Miss Kathy Shearon to the throne as the 1970 Centennial Homecoming Queen. This school year, the Beta Sigma Psi members actively participated in various campus activities which included KCMW-FM Broadcasting Station and the lnter-fraternity Council. The Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Psi also participated in many of the annual activities around the campus such as UMUC and the All-School Carnival. Serving this 1970-71 school year as faculty sponsors for the Beta Sigma Psi fra- ternity were Dr. Richard Luehrman, Mr. Herbert Koersel- man, Mr. Robert Ohrenberg, and Mr. Roger Flandermayer. Beta Sigma Psi's float depicting the repeal of prohibition predicts a "spirited" victory for the Mules. Gary Howland Thomas Ketteman Jerry Kindred Ken Laudere Gordon Lindsey Bruce Loyd Greg Milliron Paul Niemann Tom Peak Jim Prater Rick Proffitt Dave Robinson Guy Shoemaker Dennis Somerville Larry Stelling John Stimson James Thomas Chuck VanBebber Jerry Voss Steve Weinberg Jim White Tom Carey Daniel Enlow George Gose Leon Hagedorn Jerry Hamm .,f,i 'e 7 1 ., 1, -. M.. f .23 4 fff E -ng , ig sp 4' ig k Q .f n Q -9 -V A -. wa- ' x i t.:-'f ii Larry Lintner Greg Buford Dennis Hedley Daniel Strode President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ' , 9 l?,1Q2f?fz sJ ei Mike Barnett if i g , i, ,ills - wsfiligggil jf" -- . aKc'f. 4L2i2T1?sf1 Q , . V Stephen Briscoe W 9 M 1 John Brooks V W gf' in Q - E , . Kim Brunworth 1. sc, v Marlin Bryandt A W e K Craig Burford Y R491 Q 6 ' '-T , . 5, K ' I 1495, . ki A in gf ,S ,A ,.'t , ' ., U ' ,. fi .354 V uv H we L ,f -1 ,U Q, ' 0 151 . 'L la ' 5. , 3 ' ls. G' G' G ij- W ed. , 9 ' ., -0. ,.,, ,V+ w fa ,, r-1' L . 5 , lx. ' ' 2 N 7 , 5:7 .- f iz- -v 'A " L ' is H xiffiisfii fpf f i gl Q ' vgji Af5,?!"' 2 f r Q f, ,IL--P -ze a 1 N"'z5f' 4 '52 t 3' P 7, . S Jen, . f f , I ,X up J V I W 1 z in 84 A Delta Chi enjoys an evening game of golf. DELTA CI-II The Missouri State Colony of Delta Chi Fraternity began their third year on the Central Missouri State College cam- pus this fall. Delta Chils main concerns are to promote friendship, to develop character, to advance justice and to assist in the acquisition of a sound education. The biggest event of the 1970-71 school year for Delta Chi was the chartering ceremonies held in the spring. Also during the spring season, Delta Chi held their annual spring picnic which was given for underprivileged children. The main social events for the fraternity were the Founderis Day Banquet, the Annual Awards Banquet, and the Sweet- heart Dance. Delta Chi members participated in many cam- pus activities including intramural sports, varsity wrestling, Student Government Association, Association of Men Stu- dents, Phi Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Eta, KCMW-FM broad- casting station, Prexy Club, and the College Union Com- mittee. Serving as sponsors for Delta Chi during the 1970- 71 year were Dr. John Hane, Mr. Daniel Cogan, and Mr. Larry Haase. Q15 1 AEM, if gggf 1 5' 5 . 1: a i fi: :JS ' " ?'f7TZ'G7g'!ii,g-g4'f Qjwliffgl' 2sfAf5+.s41f5e'5z'--f'17'p'f,E U JF f Q-,LL 1 - l 'wfiiiiv , tu. ' NJN -N , , G " .gmc-'f '1 1 fr . .Lg ,ig-,llifvffghl l lt. A member of the Delta Chi fraternity takes a moment at Pertle Springs to lend a helping hand. Ken Brayman John Barrett Ken Bell David Bennett Mark Bensley Randy Bise Randy Boettler Michael Bowersox TO!!! While Tom TCSSBI' Bruce Hawkins Lee Williams President Vice Presldent Secretary Trgdgurhr Tom Adams Robert Anderson Paul Barnes Don Barrale Norm Cluff Roger Corey Ron Cumxnons Bob Donovan Tom Durham Glen Ebert Tom Finnell Joe Foertsch Dick Fray Larry Garrett Bob Gibson 3 ' -57 Dave Gleason Michual Herndon Al Hoppert Tom Jones Darrell Kelly Steve Knapheide Walter Lambader Ron Ledgerwood Walter Leslie Frazer Letzig John McCambridg Dennis McGowan 0 Gerald Mohn Scott Morgan Keith 0'Kelley 86 DELTA UPSILON The Missouri State chapter of Delta Upsilon began the 1970-71 school year at Central Missouri State as a newly installed chapter of Delta Upsilon International. The instal- lation activities took place on the weekend of April 10th and 11th, 1970. Not slowing down at this point, Delta Upsilon continued the year co-sponsoring the first annual Campus-Town Bed Races, which proved to be highly suc- cessful. Greek Week brought to a close the activities of the year with a first place win in the Chariot Races. On the 100th Anniversary of Central Missouri State, Delta Upsilon donated a check for one hundred dollars to the American Cancer Society. The standing of the fraternities intramurals found Delta Upsilon climbing closer to the top at a very rapid pace. Delta Upsilon showed a strong up- surge in campus swimming and diving championship. Spon- sors were Major Lawrence Perrault, Major R.D. Sharp, Jr. Mr. Wilbur Theilbar, Mr. Donald Miller, and Mr. R. Splin- ter. 7 Members of Delta Upsilon discuss plans for coming events at the annual post installation reception. Jim Dickey Steve Dixon Joe Erickson Ed Evans Ted Fisher Steve Gabriel Mike Goth Randall Hamilton Robert I-Iankins Stan Harris Brent Holtzen Dean Hughes Ronn Humphrey Brian Jones Scott Kirkpatrick Mack Kitchens Mike Martin Doug McGhee David Mense Dick Oppenheim Charles Parker John Porter Mark Reynolds Rich Riddell Britt Shadwick Jeff Snow Rick Spurlock Jon Sturgeon Dennis Thornburg David Tiezen Bob Tuttle Jim Vanbecelaerb Lon Walker Jim Wilchens Phil Woodford Vance DeLozier President Q ,My , K 'Nil sfse?-fig Gerry D'Angel0 Les Alpers Dennis Snow Vice President Secretary Treasurel F - Jack Baker '- 14' ettt l , Jim Bondurant ,ggagggiggigggg .J n. Wg, Doug Boyd - 7 "li mr W2 ' - f is Dan Carroll W Q X 4? X fa .. J Dudley Chapman 2 5 Vzvlv 3 .I H .b Douglas Crynes "' QI' I "F ' M ' x P3 f m H John DBBOII M W' 1 H xf u , .:.. 4 A ' , . , , V :F R . , me-i so e .- , ' X- H ' 2'6" Wu e. - l i" ' , N X ,fif tj .1 - V in lili "" ' A .,"- '--. 3 " , '- " 4 Aj "' , 'V .N -f Q.. fzl. X .,.' " R Y - , V 1 , "" AIIQIF V Y 1-if . , -rf... , N - 4":: ' ' ,- '3 ' v J .. ,N - ,sk aj , rt- A S 1. Q, ol jsp . H, 53.3, fl ti, W w nf T:'JgW, --gi , 1 . I e""' f' ' c - f r--- , . ffm! ' f 5 , gi- ' Q .ff-Z'-2 . ,933 , fa ' " fi 'S v f --7 . 'ff o f lf. QQ? '4 -I U u ' ,:,.k MW' K A ' ':' " 'T I A '1 V' K X , 'ff' C Y" Ml It ' Q D 3 2' I-gif N.: A .I ' , D E! A X fl '17 - ' .ff isa LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Pi Zeta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha started the year with two charitable donations. Those were the dona- tion of 100 dollars to the "100 Club" of CMS which goes to the Athletic Scholarship Fund and the donation of 100 dollars to the Warrensburg Swimming Pool Fund instead of building a Homecoming decoration. Lambda Chi's also sponsored a new all-campus event, the LXA Pre-Season ln- tramural Basketball tournament. During the fall, Lambda Chi Alpha initiated new members into their auxiliary, the Crescent Girls. Members of Lambda Chi Alpha were active in the lnter- fraternity Council, varsity athletics such as swimming, track, and wrestling, the College Union Cabinet, the Rhetor, American Marketing Association, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Lambda Chi Alpha also sent delegates to the National Inter- fraternity Conference in San Francisco during December. This year's sponsors of Lambda Chi Alpha were Dr. Clifford Carey, Dr. Raymond Perfett, Coach Roger Denker, and Major Jack Ragsdale. Lambda Chi Alpha's back the Mules at the Homecoming game against Northeast Missouri State Bulldogs. Robert Durant ,: - 'iii' Frank Toombs Andrew McCoy Edward Harris Clinton Fornis President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Larry Bogan 7 A I 9 :I Pete Bynum " Ervin Fuller Eugene Hoskins Raymond Johnson Arthur Mitchell Willie Mitchell Jerry Patton Robert Robinson James Utley Gerry Williams Wesley Wise QT, ,.,i7a,,Z be 1 ' w 2? if C I V f ' H , +A e .1 e V -- I 4 We ,f 'swf M- 1 - , I w f w 14' ' Exe 4- w :zz , he W A N-5 , lx T ' 4 iii A ix e 1 lf-+I i r? Z I :X:??xs9x:n 25222155 , W . U Q RE 90 OMEGA PSI PHI Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated, was founded in 1911 at Howard University. The Iota Sigma chapter was founded in May, 1968 at CMSC. Since that time Iota Sigma chapter has grown considerably. Founded on the principle that t'Friendship is essential to the soul," the men of Omega diligently strive to uphold the fraternities cardinal princi- ples. These four principles being, "Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, Uplift,"Vand the fifth unwritten cardinal prin- ciple, "Respect for Womanhoodfi Since the founding of Iota Sigma chapter, the brothers of Omega Psi Phi have sponsored several civic projects, one being the Harlem All-Star Benefit Basketball Game. Socially, the Omega men have sponsored numerous dances, and have repeatedly been called upon to perform at other Greek functions. More than eight Omega men are star performers in various varsity sports. In the 1970 Intramural Track Meet, four new records were set by Omega men. Omega Psi Phi's sponsor this year was Mr. George Lahman. Omega Psi Phi sponsors the Pre-Homecoming dance, an annual event for the visiting Greeks. Larry Clifton Paul Cox Marty Foster Terry Fox Bill Glasgow Kent Gray Dave Grizzell Steve Hancock Dave Harrod Don Hilgedick Lonnie Howell John Jones Mike Kinkade Stan Klinsick ,Iixn Lippert Ned Mahon Glen McElyea George McMillen Mike McMillen Steve Nixon Dave Overton Jim Pahner Mark Phillips Jim Pollard Steve Reeves Mike Repp .lim Robb Bob Robinson Dan Schussler Bob Simmermon Tom Squier Tom Taylor Larry Toops George Turner Steve Williams MH u 4:2 ' wg., X al Ni J sa S W I W ig N Q f 'e li T " " ffl in X W F' ll I 'K A V yt ,-. , I la... ' 441' ' - v- A 11' ff J 1 ' ' 71. 'l . 1 R ' ' Y .4 ' , 'J --7 : - 3 me Y ii ' . W ee - ' , .9 l T' H ' 'K . 1, 1? K ff , Q X 1 ,f '1 'F ,S . 4. ,N ,. '. L -.5-1: -V H. - , -5.5-J af- Gregg Mastroianni Tim Hare Ed Simmermon Chuck Bauer President Vice President S661-eral-y Treasurer x'5'n'1-1, -- - .loe Balentine V Tom Berlolone 1 Randy Brown w lim- 1 1 Q ' w w N . 7 . Mark Brownsberger A A -- Terry Carter Tony Claxton I' gill 'Sa ' "'1'-Z 1 ' - , J -' : xg ,f - .I - 11 " ,, 95? ', A " Lf ' 3 Qi? my ' , - Q X ' 1 -vu W 1 'lie 5' 1 ' W S' YEL: V H ... ' rf?-, ' 9. ..t . ,, , 4 W E? t x J .1 5 if , tri' if " " v lv l 1 . ,,,, ,, . R, i f 'Wi M 53 fi xujxllj f ' l ww - B + I , I Q., ,Hn ' - R l . X R " H ' K- vars. if F? mq ..,,. HHS A his .1 . . E144 l HQ , wx' y ... mf? 1 , 5 xl ff 'S-y H,--ill ' 4" 'S 4 'Sur K' Aw E 1 or ef V 1 33? Mr n . f- ,, 'E:f' f. - -Lx ' , J.,-. t R mel, .Z ?"' n are -- 'S 3' ew N. W A . ' 'fi 7' . " 5 1 ' 'f f , . '- ' ' u ' U. .,x,'l :si 5' ' f if X A , ' in f R A1 Y V , ' . 5 . 1 . I 51W'F""'1' "ff: FF- , - K.. -- V N - ,, 1 4,21-I Iii' " 'lf H . ' l'7"1l'15,,1' " 7 " 1 ' ' "1 -'HW - I "W "2 N HSL gn ' ,. Q lf ' -a J M . M 'gg ' E-' 1 ., ' - ,.. V .- - ,-- 4- ,M ' 3 : ,' . e my 5 - 'Q 5 a ,Y , f '-' K Y-mark, ' X ' Q. " 1 'v yt., 2 ' 'K I , X C ,pig if N N N N Liigglljxflly? W, H Yiwu' gf . ,Lf 255 I U ,Jf.f,,yyQ H qgffz ,,,f54E5-f fig H, W 5 -- 4 I W" 4' 6 189 s , sf , , ' ,. 3'- X n q-,gr ' "' f--' , ' 'sq , I l . -- ', , l 'jg , . G' ' 1 , I 7 ' ff-: .., 4 .. ' v 1' if ' -2 -Lf. ' . ,Q--. '-'-'- '11-: . f w - I k ' l i B v 'f 11 el im ' - ' 1 U tes : , W 92 PHI SIGMA EPSILO In the spring of 1970, Iota chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon captured second place in intramural sports, sponsored the 35th annual production of Blackouts, and closed the aca- demic year with 65 charter members. During the summer vaction, representatives of Iota Chapter received the Na- tional President's Expansion Trophy. By winning this trophy for the fourth consecutive conclave year, Iota chapter retired the award. The fall of 1970 saw Phi Sigma Epsilon busy with the many activities of a new school year. A new pledge class of 24 was initiated, the annual Home- coming festivities were held for the alumni and once again the Phi Sigs were engaged in intramural competition. Over the year, the PSE's have participated in Mace and Torch, IFC, SGA, College 'Union Cabinet, Whois Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities, M Club, varsity football, basketball, baseball, track. Sponsors were Dr. Hugh Will- iams, lVIr. Paul Brattstrom, Mr. Gerald Clup, and Mr. Phil- lip Chew. Mrs. Elsie Townsend has been housemother for 6 academic years. if W- -. , Qtr' 1: 14 :Ta . ..., W P 'K . , -W... ,.- M 'sf it 'ga """QQ'iis-J' The Mules goal rush the Bulldogs on Phi Sig's float "Mules Sentence Bulldogs to 100 years of defeat." David Decker Robert Dinkins Larry Farrington John Fiene Joe Foley George Garcia Greg Garcia Patrick Garrett Terry Gleason Mark Hansen Max Harper Ronald Haynoski Robert Hedin Robert Hoatson Stuart Hunt Mitch Jameson JeH'rey Johannesmeyer Garnett Joseph Robert Kraus Jerry Kuhlman Robert Lindsey Steve Lochhead William Luster Kenny Meisenheimer David Mutzell Daniel 0'Meara Greg Onstot John Overman John Parr John Patton Joseph Pickrell Guy Provance John Rehkop Michael Sadich David Sallee Herb Blank Dale Carder Larry Cipolla Tony Cole Don Combs Michael Davis Daniel Sallee Raymond Young Mlchael Plpkan Jerry Hughes President Vice President Secfdary Treasurer Robert Baltrusaites Richard Bennet John Bergman John Berry Gary Black 94 SIGMA PHI EPSILO Theta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon began its fifth year at Central Missouri Stale by winning the Centennial Home- coming Sweepstakes Trophy for house decorations. This was the fourth consecutive year in which the Sig Eps won first prize. ln December the Sig Eps sponsored a Children's Day at the Star Theater. Warrensburg children saw a free movie and were entertained by the One and Only Singers and Santa Claus. Along with Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sig Ep's sponsored a Christmas party for underprivileged children. ln March Sigma Phi Epsilon hosted a regional Sig Ep leadership school at Central Missouri State. Sig Ep,s from Illinois, lowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas attended the three day conference. The men of Sigma Phi Epsilon served in many facts of the college community in- cluding varsity athletics, Marching Mules, Student Govern- ment Association, Prexy Club, President's Council, the RHETOR, One and Only Singers, SCIC, and Mace and Torch. Chapter sponsors were Mr. Robert Higgins, and Major S. W. Draper. Scott Savitshe i"' -Q - ul Larry Shem- r-- ' ' All S h i "" - .1 el' OSC ee e i t av R0""eYT0"""e'1 5 S i ' - if-Ai Kenneth west A T ' W ' a- ' 'l' Lyle West if g, , w 5 Terry Wolfe W Greg Ziller Sig Ep's taking first place in house decorations, back the Mules in prohibiting a Bulldog Victory. Tom Dersham Gary Donaldson Jerry Eyeland Vince Fesi Drew Cordon Kent Gordon Jim Griffard Phil Grindstaff John Hamilton Ron Harmon Tiln Henning Rick Hill Carl Jett Pat Lane Don Long John McGovern Dan McLaughlin Ed Meachan Tony Mercurio Walt Miller Mike Painter Don Patton Jack Quinlan Joe Rebello Bob Boller Dave Bray Tim Caldwell Chip Deel 'na Carl MacBride President Robert Mitchell Vice President 3- ' 5' "' 'Q R x Jim Moran Jerry Fallen Secretary Treasurer Joe Alalse Andy Anderson 'K Larry Barllsh Bob Barr Rich Beckman Gerry Berger 'ik . ,gf I 13,0 9 X' In A 96 5 l .. , . x 7 " 1 3113 .r 4 'Y' .. . 4 1-' ' . 2 ,rw ' J I 6 I 4 -.. , v- Q AT SIGMA PI The men of the Gamma Camm chapter look back on the past year's events as signs of their prosperity. The 1970-71 academic year began with the initiation of Sig Pi's very industrious fall pledge class and climaxed with the Orchid Ball in the Spring. Some of their other activities included lnter-Fraternity Council, Student Government Association, Union Cabinet, Marching Mules, and College Radio Station. Sigma Pi's were also well represented in varsity sports such as football, baseball, swimming, tennis and golf. Other activities included the collection of candy for the children of the state school in Higginsville at Halloween. The Sig Pi's were also very proud to be responsible for escorting b'Roscoe7,, the CMS mascot, to Arlington, Texas, as he lead the "Fight Mulesn against the lndians of Arkan- sas State in the Pecan Bowl. This made possible by various organizations on campus and merchants of Warrensburg who helped with the expenses. Sponsors this year were Mrs. Bessie Henks, lVlr. ,lack Russell, and Mr. Carl Sexton. Robert Regan Ritchie Rogers Bruce Scheets Bill Shine Tim Shine Dave Soule Dave Summers ' .5 Eijggeifs .Q 1 5. 1 1 . Jiln Ward Ken Ward 4: QV' - - -:fx - Q L 'N -.qqg WE w The U.S.S. Mule commandeered by the men of Sigma Pi prepares to sink the Bulldogs of Kirksville. Ron Talburt Ron Thompson Steve Wilson Dennis Yates Les Heisterherg Michael Hurst Randy Hughell Jake Jacoby Jim Kaletta jerry Kistler Jim Koch Ralph Kuehnel David Landes Bob Laurendeau John Lowry Gary McNelly Joseph Morice Richard Musal Robert 0'Dcll John Ohrazda Stanley Osburn Dean Owens Mike Parsons Mike Perkins i U MTF? l ' . ,,, Iii gm ? g w I X R- Leo Snelling Michael Curry John Evans Ron Thomas President Vice President WCC Pl'e5iClCl1I Secretary - I A , ' h Mike Abington V T34 ,Q S- A. Merle Allwood M ' f William Biggar ,ik " lzl' 4 Q, 5 1 S . Ron Bw'-H1 U S v Z 5. 2 nnnhnh ni.. Thomas Domlan Y - '1 ' - I -2 ,:-- I ty , m ' 1 .lack Dooley " :L f- ' ' ffl ff- Q ' ' .A V 'L' . John Eqglgn '22 222522 1 5 :H N j " A. be wi- N . ' 1 ' 5- Lf ai? Steven Espeer A A - X H , David Grupe f Q il' X , K 5 I . i A . Twp X W- +1 4 - 4' ul- 1.. ,, 1' s ' l .-A Y ' ' x ' ' g. ' --.. ' . M ' u l l r e a he E-1' 9 Ile Kill Robert Quinn R Houston Randolph , 1 iii Y 1 lii' f 'Q p HT Lee Robil A A V73 P Z A tg Q' Dave Roth is 1 , a 2- D 3 5- "f "A L V- 5 'Z 5 ' Victor Royal , Q ' 'A V HWV 'X t Stan Schell? I L W U . I V I Jon Sink lp ' . ff I Pete Smith K ' V Q A Daniel Sneed , A 1 f , Q. T . M V, Mark Stevens wk is ' P 1 F? Q t My Tommy Thompson ' Q I ' f f- 'T' iilifii' J' David Turner -1- .QA ' -5 Joe Weis lu 5, 5 , - ' Richard Wescott . Z if Chris Zimmer .ft 4 M 98 SIGMA TAU GAMMA Sigma Tau Gammais 1970-71 activities began last summer with the fraternityis 50th Anniversary celebration, begin- ning in Warrensburg with ground breaking ceremonies for a new international headquarters. Sig Tau's provided Cen- tral Missouri State College with the leading fraternity lloat for the sixth consecutive year entitled "Mules Blast Kaiser Bulldogs." ln conjunction with the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, the Sig Tau's sponsored First Princess Miss Kathy Middleton in the Centennial l'I0l11CCOIl1lllg Queen Competi- tion. The annual White Rose formal and banquet was high-lighted with the presence of founder Emmitt Ellis and the crowning of the 4-9th Annual White Rose Queen, Miss Betty Sue Wright. For the first time Sigma Tau Gamma distributed a calendar featuring the Calendar Queen Olivia Balentine and her court, and awarded the first annual Bruce A. Robinson Memorial Scholarship to outstanding CMSC wrestler Gerri Matson. Sponsors this year were Mr. Jack Little, Dr. Sam Hewitt, Dr. Paul Morris, Dr. Frank Martin, and Dr. Robert Ulrich. 1--, -it l2BuRfiIl5i5' - in 1' , 'fe ,Www 5? welt 2 1 .I 'J .lags 4 'rl' .J 4 Tl' iffy-I L -fl." ' -gr f"jff, .1 7 'TW' -1 M -.fx 4' 'IN' ,qntr 17' if fi' 'li 1' A I J-IEE! AI f- JL ' 1' 1' 11' ' Y t... gin " 5 f .fi l7,Q7f:r A f tf rf .fe f f i , M7 I - .rf'.'-KH Sig Tau's prize winning Homecoming float "Mules blast Kaiser Bulldogs" takes a theme from World War 1. R' QC' 5 Butch Harshner Dan Stratton Tony Mendez Scott Pearson President Vice President Secretary 'Yreasurer Bruce Britton Gary Bryan Tom Campbell Ken Carmichael Tom Caruso James Collura Frank Covello Dennis Covey Mike Davidson .lay Dean James Deller Robert Dickson ,lack Dillingham Mike Donegan Kent Eisler John Elliott Dennis Evans Bob Fulks Gary Goddard Kenneth Green Mike Hawkins Mike Haynes Phil Heavelow Ron Janota Randy Ketchum Alex Kondry Michael Leka Frank Matos Rex McKay Randolf Meek Rick Mooney Daniel Morton Steve Oliver Tom Pagano William Parrish Paul Allen Roger Anglin Dennis Anthony Bill Baker Tom Barnhouse Larry Bodenhamer Mike Bodenhamer Stan Boman Mark Bosler 100 2123 t K PPA EPSILO The Delta Lambda chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon celebrated its sixteenth year at Central Missouri State College by tak- ing part in various campus activities. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsored the "TKE-SOO" race for the campus sororities and in conjunction with the city JayCees the Delta Lambda chapter also held an area track meet for the Warrensburg elementary school children. During Tau Kappa Epsilon's Spring Week-end, Miss Pam Williams was crowned TKE Sweetheart Queen. - l tw ..:. , 1 ' S3 Tau Kappa Epsilon men participated in activities which in- cluded the Student Government Association, the lnter-Fra- ternity Council, the lVlule Club, Wl10's Who in American Colleges and Universities, College Union Cabinet, and lVlace and Torch. The Delta Lambda chapter also par- ticipated in numerous sports which included varsity foot- ball, basketball, wrestling, and baseball. Serving as spon- sors this year for Tau Kappa Epsilon were Dr. Charles Kuhn, Mr. Emmet lVlcFarland, Dr. Larry Johnson, and Mr. Dave Wells. Rick Pinsonneault ,Q , ..,,'.::: tll, , ,A ,,tp, V A:,f A?i,k5.l,gQ, U David Plattner ix :p.A: 11 ' 'i i , f - ,N Greg Powers 'Q V Mi l "1 if y Roger Quesenberry T it it rnrr S 'Q Doug Baker i': W 1 Robert Richard ' ' p I N N Chuck Rosley t I Mark Rubenstein , 'if Bill Schulenburg 4 ff.!,,f - ' 'J John Schwaneke N Angelo Slath yy , Leon smh H 1 ...eff 1 3 v.w.:i ...' ' ' at Irving' Swindler S '14 4 Nix Steve Taddeo eff R f 5 ' 1 s ' f el 'QJQQ1 ' A. 'ilf'-Aftilii' Q , ,- 52' "53y'fiE,,-6..i:'iLb T I 'iii E -QS? un. Mark Weber With their Homecoming float, Tau Kappa Epsilon "Predicts a Titanic Defeat" over the Bulldogs. 101 John Savona Phillip Savona Ron Venegas Charles Voelkel Samuel Williams iff V QM 3 , S 15 ,,.2 , Chastain Parks President I K if T 12 Mark Miller Thaine Hopkins Vice President SCC1'0l3fY mi 4 'Ui- 'Q 1 Knife. Q ' 'S . Cary Fisher Treasurer L ITB" Q . 55357 iff'- Bill Adams K 1 ' ,, , Y ' ' ., N V x 'K 3 ' Larry Bacon " 5 ' 9 , Q' yfi? Tim Baker 2? w jg -Q 1 .leif Bauer M P, X, PKK 4 ' Bill Beever K C K ' . 'B .. 75? ,- - r , .K tgjl' Q K 4. K i K f W 2-1 L Ufi. XX L Cliff Bor stadt L , , X B iv- f 34 L, B Rex Bowin A - 'Al fi I 5 ' fl" 5 H li ' I gli A- ,a 3 1 S B Y .E Ta .y W-- Q j Ernie Brady Ky, . K :K I K . L1 . ,A ' . , 1 Tom Bruno " " 1 ' " W - J: KKK ' , Q Steve Burmeister , f K! X5 X 'M , " , Y Q-2 Don Burnett ,f 'fy B4 ' vigil , X' . I 3 A X . ,, SXFJ1, -, Mike Byrne "rf "iq .K ' . ,' -W--nw - e F- e - f 1 z.. V f Z :.: ,I Y ., -- , A ,ff 1 K John Carver 'K' K 1 '- -1 wx, , 'fx F" - X. Brent Charles K - K Kf- 2- ' mg., f. . yi. 1 f- 1 - . 4. R Richard Coffey rj., K ,KK K, .. li tl ' 5, '- Richard Coy ' 'L ' ' ' ' M tr . Bruce Crow fi! ,N 4 J ' ,K . K .- f I K KKf KKKK K Ku K-55 ' ' , . 2 ' , ff X 5 V K," Y Q f .uf-K 'i i f I ',fA ,EC ' y,Q. Q ' -7 - I' Don Drysdale -- ' - 1 I. . ' ' ' "' ' f " i Sfmt" xy , - ,Y "" Pat Dubben :IK ' EKKKK1 K!--V-v' Ty K K 1 , - V K KK .- ., K KK y ,I .K 5 K r Ron Dunn 1 H ,,, , 'ff 1 K , C ,Q , ,K fx 5 C f f Kg- . ,.s, 6 Larry Fennewald ak, KKKJ N KK ir 'K Kr Brad Forsyth - " f. A K . ' j 'K ' K, I K , tn K 5 Greg Gaines f f! L li , -' I . ff! N Qi L L is B' Don Gr-Bef f All an B f A x r x B Larry Hanks EEK' q 2-X, - ,fl 1' ,Q .. "' "f , 4 in 3,1 . 22555 'KJ M .V ' f if .fa -few k ' Ar lm - .V.q . an w f y a 4 ,- Y Mark Hanks - - 4' , -1- ' We , G Iw i' H' ' ' - g ' ' X I 'W Agn! r, , 1 1. 5' K-- K: J' N K-- - J . Kyzll. . K-. N N Cary Havener if 1 f- f K .VN - K, K K rx R d H K ' KKKKK KK KK K, :- KEKKK KK L 1 KK E-L K NK-5 I .112 K. Dan ,il asener ff " ..,. C 'f H9 rgfl... ,, ri' 7 ave ay en K:.s,K,KK?K. K 5? , ,lg , K .K KK ,MK Q , K . K K. ,. ,K Terry Hudson ., L A. L.. .' - La zy 1, L , Q ' ia we-ei ggi il '. , 1 :Kg ,.v- al? '::: , K 3, .x11gy,.s -j"j?'2 jf-" -ww fi gs, ' "" , ' f A -.1 - -. ' ' ' ' j 1' " .X ' Ron Hyde . gm L W Sieve Jackson V :': i 'W' n i -.-1' H7 'Xe Gary Jaco ' ' , -KT' M V ' , 1: J- I s. I-,el-'Egg Bud Kasper , K -Ll K 'L' X S V Q12 I 5 , 13 Tom W - in as B 5 4? C M f f a'-fskfg Tom Koeuing K ' E fv KK ,5 31 R ,KKKKKK K , ' K John Lf-Buda QF' r - gr C J 4 X L " f " ' . , Terry Lang 4 :,:: K .:,. , ,, ,. KK .,K .. K K K -f -if W .. iq K --eff .KJKKK K Q : K K Bob La ides 'E' . U, ' ,,. " Ll i wr 1 .. 'i i ' - A 5 ,, - P .TW ' . . 5, W1 . iw .J , ,A P- - R: 'fff' - 1 ' ' - : --' greg Mcclurg ,, K - :. K 4, " 4, , K K7'f .K f K ' Jig Chuck Meacham ' , K N ' - 'F V, -J ' .lohn Merryfield f K I ' K A ' f X K ' .' ' KK 1 - , ,K Bill Moran , ff' L r..,.., A i , ff 51 41 - R . - - Domus Mueue' ,fgfirgff J M.. mr' wa 2 Aim i f 1 .. . , ..,. 102 TI-IETA CHI Epsilon Phi chapter of Theta Chi fraternity continued a long line of tradition by winning the Ugly Man On Campus Award for the nineteenth consecutive year. Terry Regar was the winner of this honored award. Theta Chi was also a standout in all intramural sports and captured the CMS all-school intramural trophy. Theta Chi hosted its regional conclave at Central Missouri State and was honored for its many successful accomplishments by being awarded the "most improved chapter" in the midwest region. Philanthropic projects of Theta Chi were the collection of over 353200 for the March of Dimes and joining with Sigma Kappa sorority in giving a Christmas Party for under- privileged children. Socially, Theta Chi was very active and sponsored many events throughout the year. The Men of Theta Chi participated in a variety of campus activities that included SCA, Inter-fraternity Council, College Union Committee, and varsity athletics. Sponsors were Dr. Will- iam Peck, Dr. ,Iohn Belshe, Mr. Ed Reardon, and Richard Becherer. 1 Lyle Mussman A ll ki .. , 1 E' " Tom Nelson 1 n 1 - - . . 1 V In 1. Cecil Newberry Tom Nichols A ' V K Paul Nuzum 1, ' ' f J. 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'- if Georgia Graham Debbie Nickel Debbie Welbern 66Give 'em hell Big Red',- most popular yell at games CMS cheerleaders began the year by sponsoring a cheerleading workshop for high school cheerleaders. The squad sponsored pep rallies, poster contests, and bus trips to away games. Giving their support at all football and basketball games, and track meets, they also traveled to Emporia, Springfield, Jefferson City, and Cape Girardeau. At the end of the football season they traveled to the Pecan Bowl. Members of this year's varsity squad were Carol Olendorf, Mike Fields, co-captains, Sandy Wheeler, secretary, Pam Allin, Linda Burton, Cary Slippin, Georgia Graham, Bruce Huxol, Debbie Nickell, Mike Rinehart, Debbie Wilbern, Karen Yeager and alternates Jeannie Daniels, Tracy Webb, Jill Wilson. Squad sponsor was Mr. John Whitehead. The Mulekickers, a group of pom pom girls under the direction of Mr. John Whitehead and Delores Plunk, consists of 26 girls. Besides performing at home games, the Mulekickers have also added spirit and enthusiasm at Old Folks Homes and the School for Retarded at Marshall and Higginsville. The girls ended the year by performing for the Miners at Rolla. hw. I ,gf it N . .s L . , lift tl ., iz ., ft mi. gf , 1 .' 14. - , il, LL. ., K- ,- , , , . .. ,itM,',q ,jg , J' ll val , N f ln ' . , l if l . , . I 'nt , 1 1 , -. ' tl V , F ,ri 5, 1 Sandy Wheeler Jill WilB0ll x x 1 I ., I W 6.22. i Ik' W lay . e 3 , ' 4 '. 1 Q, ,, X t , .'32f sw-1'-v fq,5Sa.,Q., .iii .ii ' . 319 Karen Yeager 106 ,rm H Cheerleaders signal cheering fans ofa CMS Victory touchdown rs , it-at x i V! - . 11, v L. Z.: x'T"' . 14, I' .A Gary Flippin wif .f X' 4. ff" Ulf?-La, Mike Rinehart ' ,1:.,, A 951 I E 'un r T x 1 'jj .X Bruce Huxol 31N Q, s, Q x J A Tracy Webb fi, wE2f""H,f-'1 'few 76 .m.,,, 453 -31:51 Egg wr Q 421' , ful- Ii. gy, f if idk' ' '5 'mf '1 I -..1,? ra , I 'S I I H il I 1 Wm If I L-L as A' U. Carol Olendorf Head Cheerleader Ni' 'i .af lk A ks. Mike Fields Head Cheerleader ZW Mules 1970 season record sets new mark for CMS football teams The 1970 Football Mules completed their most successful season ever at Central Missouri State with a 9-1 overall record. Coached by Howard Mahanes, the team ended the season with a 4--1 conference mark giving them a share of the MIAA championship crown. In the scoring department, the Mules racked up 270 points, the most points scored by a CMS team since 1907. The Mules were led in scoring by All-MIAA quarterback Steve Eckinger with 62 points on ten touchdowns and a two-point conversion. Sophomore halfback Ira Clemons led the team in rushing with 1,002 yards out of the 1,881 gained by the entire squad. The defense, also known as the 'iWild Bunchf, was led by defensive guards Ron Collier, Denny Tyrone Yates, and Pete Santoro. Collier, only a junior, set a school record by picking off his 16th interception of his career this past season as he surpassed the old mark of 15 set by defensive back Bill Green in 1968. Although the offensive line very seldom gets the credit it deserves, the interior line was one of the best ever at CMS headed by All-MIAA offensive tackle Tony Frusco. 1970 FOOTBALL TEAM Coaches Roger Denker ,I im Miesner Bill Holmes Jim Triay Chuck Stephens Leonard Allen QLBJ Roger Anderson QDEJ Pete Berger CCD Steve Braselton QDBJ Harold Brown QLBJ Jim Brummitt KLEJ Tom Bruno QOTJ Don Burnett QFBJ Robert Burr CFBJ Mike Butts QLBJ Ira Clemons COBJ Ed Coates CSE! 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' Bob Sornberger QRGJ 1 : 7 iff Jim Sparks fFBJ F n N i' Angelo Stath QFBJ V ' , 'A Bob Steele KLBJ " 'il Pat St. Louis KLGJ Steve Stock QFBJ Larry Strope QRGJ .- ' Chester Tindall QLBJ L ' Richard Turner QQBJ Y . Ricky Vernon KOBJ A. 9: 14 5 Qi W rw? 109 Jim Weber QOBJ Russ WeberCOTJ Steve Williams CQBJ Dave Williamson QDBJ Wesley Wise QLBJ Denny Yates KLBD Bob Zambo QTEJ Chris Zimmer QOTJ CMS Mules display fighting spirit in Midwest Regional Pecan Bowl CMS Athletic Director, Dr. Floyd Walker announced on November 23, 1970 that the Fighting Mules had accepted a bid to play in the NCAA Pecan Bowl in Arling- ton, Texas on December 12. The Pecan Bowl, one ol' four NCAA sanctioned college division bowl games played at the end of each football season, represents the chain- l pionship of the Midwest Region. Opponents lcr the CMS Mules was Arkansas State Indians ranked number one in the nation in the small college division. The Mules left by jet for Arlington on Tuesday December 8, and upon arriving received a warm welcome from the citizens and the civic leaders ol' the Pecan city. The game was color televised over a 14 state area by ABC network with a viewing audience of 2,95Llf,800. Newspaper coverage laccording to the Audit Bureau ol' Circulationj was a maximum readership of el-,'l-03,51-7 people. The Mules worked out lor three days prior to the contest that saw the Mules go down lighting to the best team in college division football by the score ol'38 to 21. Roscoe, Mule Mascot He F Color Television by ABC l Mayor Tom Vandergriff greets Dr. Lovinger. CMS Cheerleaders - x C' it .Ill .Ig ll 7 Q I I t t 5 . 1 E 3 t 2 t Regie james CMS Mulekickers I 'IO Flsfgli L -:pi vi 5 V V v . ,. ,, M41 Qffiiif Qi-L - ------ ,..i" . A ..- -..,---. --'-- 3 ----..- 1 Q. nn- --- n..--,,,-j ig ------- -- l-.-..-,.,,.,, -- -an.. I ' .N5:::: 3-7-7-" A ' ,,, it ng ', - .4 . : ,ll ' ll l' J flllllb , '. .5 .' 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W ,wfj??.! 2325. nfs' X v 1 .ips -3 -My , if , ,, . ,Wi 'W W S Q J l ' if ,life 1 5? rf',i:,':,,2"i1' E vt, 1 - A v ' X ,A 5 . -f' 1 'tt Tv, I 4' fre? , fn, Q, .?Q:.1,.fQff 1 A mf , . fa q , '- may Q . Q ,,,w1, - in 'J -' f' PECAN BOWL HIGHLIGHTS ...f Board of Regents arrive at Dallas. A Mule Fan Watches game HCUOI1 CMS Queen Kathy Shearon NCAA Trophy Spirit letter is viewed by coach and players ' x . r 1,.l,:f-gf , Eddie Coates CMS Marching Mules - qv - ,,- .. - v- ' . ' , ,,, - --Ph,-' .g.. Ill Mules down Illinois State for second victory of season Quarterback Steve Eckingerls passing attack is downfall of Illinois State. 'I 12 Relying on the combined effort of the offensive and defensive units, the Mules capitalized on numerous ISU errors and turned back the Visiting Redbirds 29-8 in a non-conference battle. The offensive unit complimented the defensive efforts by turning in touchdown drives following two fumble recoveries and a pass interception by defensive back Walter Rhone. Sophomore wingback Reggie James opened the scoring attack by carrying the ball into the end zone on an eight yard reverse play midway in the second quarter. Fullback Robert Burr added the Mules second tally of the quarter with a two-yard plunge across the goal line. Following Ron Collieris six point interception, senior tight end Steve Reeves, who also converted on two of four extra point trys, booted a 29 yard field goal giving CMS a 22-0 lead. ISU outgained the Mules on the ground 161 to 94- yards but the Mules dominated the passing statistics 154 to 54- yards. Defensive back Pete Santoro takes aim. ffififf' 4 1 43, , , ., J.. '54 uv. ' U ,'f , ,gb if - - , x sf L: 2' 'fn . .fx v 1, -f A Q 9 N! 15 J ' V. B. 1 V 1 , ll .,, 1, . .Q , Qin i' ,f 4 4. ,, I i if.. f 5 A-s N . ,di .A x ,.,., .-.Q MW T' Q , , .Y. .s .944-1 "' ' '1' ., ' ,H ' 'HH' ,,,,. Q.,-gf.. s 1-1 A-is--W "- A ' WY' ' ' 'J r,,........-,-M--- -Y-we---M 1' "'svT""S- 4 r A. eva, -- ,nv . -- --v-'eve-, Mules master 11-6 deficit to conquer Eastern Illinois Led by the All-MIAA passing combination of quarterback Steve Eck- inger to wide receiver Eddie Coates, who teamed up for three touch- downs in the second half, the Fighting Mule football team fought back from an ll to 6 half time deficit to down the Eastern Illinois State Panthers 27 to 17 at Vernon Kennedy Stadium. Defensively the Mules allowed 227 yards in the air but virtually shut off the EIU run- '4""iB"' ning game limiting the Panthers to only 38 net yards. During the second half the uWild Bunch" threw the Panthers back for a minus 11 yards rushing. Standing out for the defensive eleven was corner- back Walter Rhone who recorded 160 yards in returns. ln addition to a 50-yard field goal return, he stole an enemy pass deep in Mule territory and returned it 40 yards. Rhone also returned three kickoffs for a total of 70 yards. Wingback Ron Culp side steps would be tackler for good yardage. Fullback Robert Bun' charges through gaping hole to move Mules out of trouble from the 4--yard line. 1 14 if ni pw .'l W . A ffSPw2":r, fm- Coaching staff and team members look on as Eddie Coates uutruns the Rolla defense. Q, I ft. The Rolla Miner's offense runs into a congestion of Mule traffic. I 16 Wide receiver Eddie Coates awaits an "on target" Eckinger pass. Mules stage strong attack in downing Rolla Miners The Central Missouri State Football Mules stage scoring drives the first three times they had the ball on their way to a 34 to 7 victory over previously ranked and undefeated Rolla Miners. Featuring ball control and a well balanced offense, led by the passing of quarter- back Steve Eckinger, and the power running of halfback Ira Clem- ons, the Mules struck quickly and often while racking up 271 yards passing and 224- yards rushing. Eckinger completed 17 of 37 passes for 24.5 yards and one touchdown and ran for two additional scores in one of his finest performances during his CMS career. Clemons ripped through the Miners defense 26 times for 117 yards and one touchdown in his third 100 yard plus performance of the year. The defense, led by Denny Yates, held the high-powered Miners offense to one late fourth quarter score. Mule defense holds Ro1la's high-powered ground attack to one touchdown for the day. 117 CMS Mules come from behind in final seconds to beat Lincoln 23-27 The most exciting game of the year took place on November 7, 1970, as the Mules journeyed to Jefferson City to play Lincoln University. With the score 27-20 in favor of Lincoln and three seconds left in the game quarterback Steve Eckinger tried to hit Eddie Coates for an eight-yard touchdown pass, which fell in- complete. Pass interference was called giving the Mules one last play. Halihackilra Clemons scored on the next play. The Mules, quarterback went for the two-point conversion and the Mules pulled out a thrilling 28-27 victory. Clemons led the Mule offen- sive attack as he carried 30 times for 130 yards. Defensively Denny Yates once again led the attack. Adding more excitement to the afternoon was a hockey-type brawl that started immedi- ately at the close ofthe game. Lincoln Tigers display strong running attack as large Homecoming crowd looks on. H8 ""i 1' 'WYS- -, I' fmimf , " 66"'l."'r IWW' :Q ' 1' A 4 'QL 9- ,--,. Mule wingback Ron Culp drives through Lincolrfs defensive line. 'I I9 Mule trap catches a Lincoln Tiger. 11 4 f -w.. E3-1i'iB'efiM Q gr ,aw A ga, S., 3 1 -.,-V ' 1 A -i i get I . .14 j, Team members express enthusiasm of their win by carrying Coach Mahanes back to the dressing room. ' ' 3,2 -gy' K '- ---iff: 212' -xx f- qv:-1" ' , ' -' ' - . ff-,'ff51wg.u:g2Q'f4'1f'l::" 'I-if-"Y 'QGQ fffflitgi 1-vs Ifa- tr-'Ida' 2,'5k5bTk'Q:gf-'-. ,Lge Q,L.,'5 r,7f,j -V 1' - ' ' . 3. , 5,-'-iv 'fr "Iliff 31'-:F - ' 2 - . , V si-Jr 4:41. ,- . 9:33 ,Q 3.1-5 fi'-,-, 1., '.',-5--511:03---fL'm, - V,-V+' 'N ' 'M-'I -X , :l"2 em-EQYQ - ' U ., '-,,-ily '. 1.2121 Qi 1 4 i- " i w' '- ""1' 'fi A-fa M., Mr f fs 1 ' ' ',f. r Z1 . X W- ' -- -C J ' - fflyf ,ge ' 1 , -'-V-5" 'f-w'fif1"-,'.i:,fr ' l H -.vp 4-2? 7',.v.:ix '-if fQQ,Qsp.:1.1' ' - 9' Y , sa' ' Y - X - ' N - 19 'fy' -I -'NS' ff- N .',,..1 '., mmf , ' TNA-5--7f"' - '. f , W ., A , . If P f Wifi- Y 'reef "1 ,- ,- , , we--f.4n.YmQ5wg -, - -1- ,gi Mgr' nQS,i.",!,w1 Y. ,. a .,,,,r,m1 .m.,,, A K3 W' Y-'f"1m.f ' ' 'Nw ' A-4 I - ' gif: fy -lr, zaffwl' -I ' H , M H 'ijagyil ,, ,V H V ' Vi " - f -1' ' ' ' J ' ' M.. ,.,s' . ' The Mule coaching staff keeps a close watch on game action late in the fourth quarter. 120 sn I. I 4 r if ew I ' PY wi .ka fl-fjb"t 'ff 15, '. I . lu, 3y.,v19g,h+,-- .4- 21-' 1. 153'-V'-7 -12-19' ,'7T'51d -'-M" r"-2' - , , , . . M- I . . I Jr. ztyv , . 'n 5. , . X... , 5 , 'ln' S -.4,. " '- 5' .J xi Y W Mules share MIAA crown with win over Cape 'aa 1 Wide receiver Eddie Coats hauls in another Steve Eckinger pass. Behind the alert play calling of quarterback Steve Eckinger, the mighty Mules drove for scores the first two times they had the ball. Central Missouri State defensive unit stymied the Cape Girardeau Indians offense as the Mules captured a share of the MIAA crown with a narrow 16-7 victory. Southeast Mis- souri State outgained the Mules 132 to 68 yards in the air but the Central Missouri State ground action was the big victory. Led by Ira Clemons and Steve Eckinger, the Mules outclassed the Indians 130 yard ground advances with an outstanding 303 total for the game. Ron Collier captured a new Central Missouri State interception rec- ord when he nabbed two Southeast Missouri aerials that brought his career total to 16. The old mark of 15 was set by All-American defensive back Bill Green in 1968. With the win, the Mules became the first team in Central Missouri State history to win nine games in a single season. It was also the college's first team since 1956 to earn top honors in the Missouri Inter-Collegiate Ath- letic Association Conference. qv. +I". '.,i "lm Q" . Reggie James A stubborn Mule defensive unit, known as the "Wild Bunch", stops the Cape running game. 121 Ted Bozarth Lawrence Allen Guard Guard 4, , Hifi! ' H Sy ,Wm Sinlon Greer Eurvin Fuller Center Guard Mules show strong finish after early conference losses The Mules ended the regular season with a 12 and 11 record while being 8 and 4 in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference, good enough for second place. The bright spot of the season was a seven game winning streak in league play beginning with 74+-4-2 win over Southwest Missouri State and ending with a very impressive 83-65 de- molishing of conference champs Northeast Missouri State. The victory over NEMS, however, was costly because the Mules lost the services of senior guard Sam McCrary who was out with a fractured foot for the remainder of the season. Central Missouri State had a chance to win the MIAA late in the season but lost two key road games at Southeast Mis- souri State and University of Missouri at Rolla. The Mules did manage to capture the Heart of America Classic held December 18 and 19 in Warrensburg. ,lim Utley led the team in scoring with a 20 point average followed by Terry Bozzay at 13, Ted Bozarth 12, Eurvin Fuller 8, Sam McCrary 7, and Jerry Runyon 7. Fuller led the team in rebounding aver- aging 9 a contest while Utley and Bozzay finished second both grabbing 8 a game. 122 Teri? BOZZRY Ben Carter Forward Forward Mark Matney Sam Mccraly Forward Guard 1 SW Jerry Runyon Mark Rubenstein Guard Guard Bruce Tolbert Jim Utley Center Forward ?.,. iWflff2Mules Mules oMul6Sl H Mules Mules Mules - Mules Mules Lamont Cooper Forward Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules 'Mules Tom Morgan Center Muleso1e?43f?'i ' 61 74 77 70' si: 5 91 33, 74 73 76 103 .C . . Northern Iowa UHIZERSIIY A Q, , . State n a A o A 1 0 W 741 . . as . . .r ,t ,1t , ttlT63iasaTech2 i . . . Qo1gthwestl1VIissggifiQState . . .liilllinois .State Uiiiversity P. . 4 t Westergfttlninoist 4 . . I. at MiSSOutggi?iS0!1t1il8l'I1 . . . Southwest Missouri 'nol Stated ii . . , . . ,. ,og Jlliincoln Unixieiisity ,. Uniifersity of'Mi5souri atv: .Q . . . . 1-,1 Southern Missouri Q P Z2 91? 4562 f :H t l. . Northwest MissouttiaSta1e ' . . , No15tQlie5stzMis'soiiiii State '65 . . . . . .A . . Southeast MissourifState I ME715- . . . University of Missouri atllollan is . ,Q .t . . . Illinois State University . . f. . . Lincoln University sz yt dis.. 61L.g ,i 1-mg,-5 ,l,'1 Craig Shour Chet Saladin Ron Heinricks Center Graduate Assistant Assistant Coach N , 5 x f - ss- " - 1 ."K4 r,"tf-s ,,,, -1 .9 I1 ra .....,,. , Norm Short A sf.-x X, , Tom Bartow Darrel Tewksbury Dan Wall Student Assistant Graduate Assistant Assistant Coach 123 Head Coach Mules beat Springfield in closing seconds of game ,lim Utley grabs rebound during exciting first-half action. 4 Three free throws in the closing minute of play triggered the Central Missouri State Mules to a key MIAA victory over the Southwest Missouri State Bears by the score of 741--72. Behind 72-71, forward ,lim Utley stepped to the line and sank both ends of a one-and-one situation to put the Mules on top 73-72. Lawrence Allen sank another free throw with just 28 seconds remaining to insure the victory for the Mules. Action during the game was typical of the competition between the two teams during the past several seasons as the lead changed hands 14 times in the contest. It was a game of surges for both teams as each built a sizable lead at one time or another but neither was able to put the game out of reach. Utley led the Mules in scoring with 21 followed by Terry Bozzay with 14, Jerry Runyon with 13 and Ted Buzarth with 12. Utley also led the team in rebounding with 12 while Ben Carter finished second with nine rebounds. Ben Carter grabs rebound for Mules N 1 'fa 1:25 ugh v ,,, .J Q 'ao-A A ' f:':?f4w1':J'm n 1 '- mx H - 1, 4, ,E Q Q - ' .- ---' --4.45 x. 'xg Ervin Fuller shoots over Lincolns' Ernest Gladney in first half action. 'uf' W S Lincoln Tigers go down to defeat as Mules put' on display of sharpshooting Fuller scores on layup early in the game. Terry Bozzay hits from underneath for an easy two points. 1 The Mules, behind the fast start of Jim Utley, raced to a 12-0 lead in the opening minutes of the game on their way to a 75 to 60 victory over the Lincoln Tigers. The victory, the Mules fourth in their last six games, moved the squad within one game of a .500 mark for the season. The Mule win also gave the team sole possession second place in the MIAA race behind Northeast Missouri State College. Utley led the Mules in scoring against the Tigers as he poured 26 points hitting 12 of his 20 shots from the field. Following Utley in scoring were Sam McCrary with 14, Eurvin Fuller had 12 and Terry Bozzay added 10. Fuller also led the team in rebounding as he collected 16 while Utley was second with 12. The loss for the Tigers was their fourth straight in MIAA without a victory. The Mules record in conference play moved to three wins against two defeats. n Q Cape no match for .if 9 ' ' n-'Ziggy u es - -was ' I wwf' 1 7 "1-e1?I- h Q Jim Utley goes high over Indians, Briggs for two points. 55? S-Q Mule Kickers entertain spectators with pre-game and half time routines. 'I 28 wash fc-542, M Wir Utley draws a foul as he drives against Capes' Maritz. The Mules defeated the Cape Girardeau Indians, behind the 35 point performance of ,lim Utley, by the score of 91 to 62. The Mules had complete control of the game as they moved out to a commanding 49 to 32 lead at the half with Utley leading the way with 23 points. CMS was hot from the lield hitting 39 out of 77 from the field for a 50.6 percentage compared to the Indians 27 out of 75 for a cold 36.0. The Mules were also hot from the charity stripe hitting 17 out of 21 for 81 per cent. Following Utley in scoring were Terry Bozzay with 16 and Ted Bozarth added 14. The Mules were led in rebound- ing by Bozzay who had 15 followed by Utley with 8 and Bozarlh with 5. The Mules are now 8 and 8 on the season and increase their second- place MIAA record to 4 wins against two defeats. Q it h I ii E Utley drives around Indian defense for another field goal. 'I29 Mules display stubborn kick against Miners The CMS Mules downed the Rolla Miners 82 to 61 for their fifth straight win in con- ference action. The Miners played a strong first half trailing by only eight points at the end of the first twenty minutes. ln the sec- ond half of play, the Mules broke the game wide open as they out scored the Miners 4.4 to 31. Leading the squad in scoring was se- nior guard Ted Bozarth with 21 points, his high game of the season. Key to the Mule victory was the tremendous shooting from the foul line hitting 30 of 37 shots for an average of 81 percent as compared to the Miners 7 out of 15 for a 47 percent average. The victory put the Mules over the 500 mark for the first time this season and moves the team record in league play to five wins against two defeats. Terry Bozzay goes in under basket for two points. Another two points for Bozzay. Lamont Cooper attempts to prevent Rolla from scoring. Randy Hughell works to break his opponent down. ilgules ' , 25 Ss illlulens 5 Mules ,Mules Mules Mules Mules Mules 5gMules A Mules 22 12 13 16 21 11 H8 8 A K-11 14- .. H at atOmaH21 2 L T ff4 Rouagi t A. t Fort :Hays State Nqltglieastg5l31isso1gfiffStatgefi? y Wesiern Illinois . . an , is , , Mlsseurl Southern illinois Univeiisfity Soutl1westgMissouri State, Kansas State Uniyel-sity H Noiftliwesfglllissoufi, Emporia State A H- i-ef 1 t ,Esv,s- W 1' sf- Wrestling Team: fRow Onej Chuck Stephens, Assistant Coach, Bob LeVein, Marc Stevener, Mike Matlock, Lee Blankenshlp Dan Power Gerrl Matson, Jerry Lorenzini, Assistant Coach. lRow Twoj Roger Denker, Head Coachg Randy Hughell, Larry Fevold, Willie Banks Joe Austin Reggie Ragland, Randy Sumpter, Mike Einerson, Omer Frank, Assistant Coach. QRow Threel Pat Duhbert, Tom Ellersick, Duane Frltchie Fred Coe Wil lie Walker, Gary Simpson, .lim Sanders. 132 Mule grapplers finish season with -9 mark The Mules wrestling team finished the 1970-71 regular season with a dual mark of five victories against nine de- feats. The team opened the campaign hy taking third in the Central Missouri State Invitational and then losing in the dual meet to last year's NAIA champion, the Uni- versity of Nebraska at Omaha. Three of the five victories were over conference foes, Southeast Missouri State, Fort Hays State, Kansas, and Graceland College, Lamoni, Iowa. The Mules also competed in the Southwest Mis- souri State Invitational finishing ninth out of twelve teams participating. Gerri Matson, a senior from Harmo- ny, Minnesota, was the Mules captain competing very successfully in the 126 and 134- pound weight classes. The Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association Wres- tling Championships were held March 6th at Garrison Gymnasium in Warrensburg, Missouri. Randy Hughell ties up his opponent getting ready for a pin. ff , -1: gm , 1 'y,:., j -, 5 3115412 ' 2 f':eS1:5 - . , 'f QQ, + "i f 22222222 1 ttlnnttt H ",wN' H N""'wN ,,111N, ,,,NNN ttt22t Q ' WVYSEE Little tlnn 5 2 li Na, " w," ' Zig' ' ' V 2 2 to i Rides . ,. . Misilgufi State 56 - of M222 J nnii 222ttt 22tt22 23 Miles 432. . .,2.2D12i1i-y Cailegeff i E 70 N L 'B ,sg 1,M13:1!111W?4g54,n222f1:w, MH2aiiw2s:2Q9 :, ::, .. l.. , Myles 35 . . . 'Westminster 35 ? , f 2. fs' , f , ' , ui lx Ki ' 1 K 4230115 D.- iii., if N 1 2, Q Mfiiles . . . S0HlhW1iigfjMiSSQlDUlfiV Siate 66 ' Y wen? W 1 i ",, 1222221222 , Y Q51 iilffiiffilil . , 1 I 2 - - Y' ' ' V 7 V 1" ' ' ' 5 sci -' H f - 2 W - Mike McCool Q..JP ,SS "SL, , F- 1 .UW Q ,ew 9, '- Swim Team: Qflow Onej Dick Hopkinsg Dr. Tom Harrabedian, Head Coachg Pat Garry, Assistant Coachg Dewey Johnson. fRow Twoj Paul Barnes, Doug Crynes, Chip Deel, Mike McCool, Pete Hansen, Bob Fehrman, Phil Woodford. fRow Threej Joe Geis, Student Assistantg Randy Tede4 Rick Riley, Steve Melton, Steve Brauger, Dennis McGowan, John Hamilton, David Scott. 134 Mule tankers continue to improve annual overall season record Pete Hansen The Mules ended the 1970-71 regular season with an 8-5 record in dual meet competition. Bright spot of the season was at Mary- ville when the Mules pulled out a 57-56 decision over the North- west Missouri Bearcats. Mules showed their greatest strength this year in the 400 Freestyle relay, the sprint Freestyle events, and in the diving events. The 4.00 Freestyle relay team posted a time of 3:30.0 the best in the MIAA. Johnson posted the best time in the 50 Freestyle while Mike McCool and Chip Deel led a strong div- ing team. Hopkins also showed strength in the 200 Butterfly, the 200 Individual Medley, and the 100 Freestyle. Other outstanding performers were Crynes in the 100 Freestyle, Phil Woodford in the Breaststroke, and Pete Hansen in the Butterfly. Relay Team: Doug Crynes, Dewey Johnson, Dick Hopkins, Bob Fehrman. Improved batting breaks old CMS baseball record The 1970 Mule baseball team ended the season with 15 wins against 11 defeats. The Mules captured the Northern Division in the MIAA with a six and zero record but lost out on a chance to be conference champs when the SMS Bears defeated the Mules in two straight games played in Warrensburg. The highlight of the season was the team's outstanding hitting. The team set five school records in batting with an overall team average of .3111., 32 home runs, 157 runs, 229 hits, and 134 RBVS. Leading the team in hitting was captain Jim Ehlmann with a batting average of .4462 which consisted of eight home runs and 23 RB-I's. Mike Haynes was second with a .349 mark hitting seven homers and driving in 24 runs. Center fielder Ehlmann also led the nation fcollege divisionj in slugging percentage with .84-6 and third baseman Steve Eckinger was second with a .798 mark. Eckinger led the Mules in RBl's with 25 while also hitting eight home runs. Rusty Newman led the pitching staff with a six and two record followed by Gary Keisker with a five and three mark. g X Four teammates congratulate Jim Ehlmann on a homerun S 3 16 7 4- MULES 5 . . . . Hendersdii state MULES MULES 3 . . . . Hendersoniigigtate MULES MULES 0 . . . 1. Arkaasasiigfsiais MULES MULES 2 . . . . 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Mu1e's Gymnastics Team lacking depth, experience The Mules finished the regular season with a 1 and 4 record. The highlight ofthe season was a dual meet victory over the University of South Dakota by the score of 85.15 to 69.15. John Mynatt led the team effort by scoring 28.85 points in the meet taking first place in the ring exercises event, second in the side horse, third on the rings, third on the parallel bars and third on the high bar. Lar- ry Carrett and Bob Anderson also turned in outstanding perfor- mances with Garrett earning first in the still rings, parallel bars and high bar while Anderson added a first place in the vaulting event. The1V1ules did start the season rather slowly losing to Mem- phis State and also being defeated by Ft. Hays College. According to coach Terry Lacey the biggest problem was inexperience. The Mules had only three returnees on the squad of seven men. Gymnastics Team: fRow Onel Wayne Dyer, Jim Blum. CROW Twoj Arnie Porter Wayne Dyer High Bar Bryan Jones, John Mynatt, Keith Rudolph, Coach Terry Lacey. lRow Threej Bob Anderson, Larry Garrett. 140 Ek'-gf.. A Z fa., - V' ,N-'ix Bob Buhrmester v ggprliin.-.,-nnwyyzxgtqucm. Q .L ,, re. -fi-1 ff: H 1 Lack of depth troubles Cross-Country Team Troubled by lack of depth, the defending champion CMS cross country team finished the 1970 season with a 2-2-1 dual-triangular meet record. The veteran squad was paced by four seniors: Chuck Beckerdite, Bob Buhrmester, Mike Kinkade, and Carl Stollg and by sophomore Mitch Wit- mer. The Mules finished fifth at the Harding Invitational Run and ninth at the Springfield Invitational. Buhrmes- ter was the top Mule runner for the season, finishing as CMS's best man in every meet. He took individual honors in three meets and placed fourth in the MIAA Conference Meet, leading the Mules to a fifth-place showing. Dr. Richard Maxwell is head coach for the cross country squad. Cross-Country Track Team: fRow Onej: Mitch Witmer, Carl Stoll, Bob Buhrmester. fRow Twoj: Coach Maxwell, Jim Duke, Mike Kinkade, Rich Bruns, Chuck Beckerdite. 142 Coach Maxwell checks Bob Buhrmester's time with stop watch. Carl Stoll gggwmx H1 is N Jim Duke Mike Kinkade ' H Mitch Witmer 1970 Mule golf team showed improvement over last year's squad New blood and greater depth moved the Central Missouri State College golf squad from a 2-7 record in 1969 to a 5-4 mark for the 1970 season. The young team was made up of Steve Schulz, senior, Jerry Hughes, Greg Onstot, and Tom Dersham, juniors, Chuck Bauer, sophomore, and Dave Herbert, fresh- man. The golfers scored victories over Drury, Missouri Western, Northwest Missouri State, Southwest Missouri State, and William Jewell. CMS finished fifth in a closely contested MIAA Conference Meet. Mules golf coach is Dr. Earl Keth. Jerry Hughes FH ff? - ,E ? 8139. X A in E f , rf ff' Q, Qi Q- -. :ff 1970 Golf Team: QRow Onej: Joe Rebello, Steve Schulz, Tom Dersham, Bruce Truesdale, Chuck Bauer. fRow Twoj: Jim Grizzell, David Herbert, Coach E. Keth, Guy Dean, Jerry HUghe5, Greg Onstot. 'I44 i' v , I 'A JI, L li, inn, H ' Joe Rebello Li a-svvf Chuck Bauer -4, Danny Dick ."' 4-eg, Dave Herbert Steve Schulz Greg Onstot 'I 45 CMS coeds produce impressive -3 basketball season record The women's basketball team ended the regular season with an overall record of eight wins against only three defeats. The biggest output of the season by the HA" squad was against Evangel, Missouri University, and Stephens College when they scored 71 points in each of the victories. The leading scorer on the team was Diana Burrell, a freshman, who averaged 20 points a contest. The other starters were Robin Turley, Gayla Steenhergen, both freshmen, and Deb- bie Watson, a sophomore, along with Linda Crooks, a senior. The women will compete in the State Basketball Tournament at Cape Girardeau on March 13th. The women are representing the Northwest District in the Tournament. The wo- menis basketball team was coached by Miss Jane Markert. C3 Girls Basketball Team: fllow Onej Joyce Knoderer, Sibyl Piper, Diana Burrell, Linda Crooks, Diana CliH'e fllow Twoj Gay Steinbergen, Brenda Elliott, Sue Faulkner, Cindy McAvery, Ronda Miles, Electra McMillian. fRow Threej Coach Miss Markert, Robin Turley, Mary Lynn Agew, Sue Nevak, Nancy Dunavant., Debby Watson, Kay Byers, Manager Nlchaela Witcher. 146 ' L aff as "" n Z5 'P . 1, I v ISN E 1 I' N . Q iw. TXL. YT, 321 K' i. Eg, ,, F. M 7.0 X -W 1 gag .s.: 11' I z:zfz:sf an sf ,,,,, ' W, , ' 2, ' -.4 I , ,, I-iTf'f 'V ,. this V, I! 'ei N Q r .5 Pi 'xg iv J si 1 , 'rr CMS coeds exhibit gracefulness in creative body movement The women gymnasts ended the regular season by defeating North- west Missouri State and Stephens College February 20 to capture the State Championship held in Warrensburg, Missouri. The Mules totaled 58.50 points followed by NWMS with 50.15 and Stephens with 37.35. The Mules were led by Alta Christ, Merron Keeney. Lea Smith, Carol Olendorf and ,lulie Albrecht. Christ took first in the floor exercises, first in vaulting, and first in the All-Around events for a total of 19.65 points. Keeney took lirst in the uneven parallel bars, Smith took second in the unevens while Olendorf took second in the floor exercises and Albrecht was second on the balance beam. Previous to the state event the women had two matches defeating NWNIS and Stephens in a triangular meet and losing to the SMS Bears in Springfield. The women went on to participate in Regionals in Des Moines, Iowa on March 19-20. The team was coached by Mrs. Marilyn Crechus. Merron Keeney- Straddle over uneven bars 3 ' . mfg . Girls Gylllnaslic Team: lflow One, Carol Olendofffa Mel'l'0n Keeney, Alia Christ- fR0W Twol Julie Al' brechz, Viola Norman. fliow Threej Manager Glenda Allman, Coach Marilyn Grechus. Glow Fourj Sandy Cray, Janet Graham, Lea Smith. 148 if-' "M 2' Il Jer. 'in 1 . I Ja' 5 'V . if jnskl ':--' ,952 ,Q E' -21, D 'Bing .eil 1 , WY Kathy Holwick serves. Volleyball team displays fight in national tourney The women7s volleyball team began action this season as they opened the season with five successful matches against the Uni- versity of Missouri at Kansas City. The women ended up the regular season with a very impressive record in 31 games win- ning 22 and losing only 9. The women's volleyball team also participated in the National lntercollegiate Volleyball Tourna- ment for Women held in Lawrence, Kansas in February. The women played 17 matches at Lawrence winning five and losing 12. 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'U' S V N 1 1 XX 1 1 NJ -Q' M4 X v, 0 n , ..,, Q ai v F' E" ff, - 5 qi 1 1,3 . NI 4 ' K 11111vu.. 'V ' T U xl 1, of n,N. 1: . 'OUHI . 1:1 , ,,,, , Hua . ' '-1 S . X ' f 1-B " 1 if 1 Q Q' Q- M1 H 1 il. 5 els! Q C' -1 ' ' X. . fy w 0. '-4 JVM 1.1.1.1 1' Qs 1.1 1111111112111 31 QW: .oct my G ,ns l'Hl sf 0 . ' 3 1 1, Qfsfg 1 '50 '51 ' 1 1- 72, :Y . .'-Ui- Jim, 6, I' ' ' 911 la 1 A Q ' l 1 ' tr- F' -, uw 1 nw T YJ ..,J - 1-11.1 .1-"Q ', ' gf' Q11 4 10' JN' 11 . 141956 CMS improves facilities at Skyhaven Airport. Effective last June CMSC joined 13 other colleges in the United States offering a 4- year degree in aviation technology. This diversified program lends to specialization in maintenance, flight, electronics, and management. Several 2 year programs are also offered. Private and commercial licenses, instrument, instructor, and mechanics ratings may be obtained. Although the aviation program is only 3 years old, it has made tremend- ous progress. The program is sustained by 9 staff members working in the field of aviation. CMSC is the only school in the state of Missouri to offer such a program. The commen- surate facilities include the airport which is college owned, 13 aircraft, and 3 flight simulators. Last year students flew a total of 4-,500 hours or approximately 450,000 miles, on their cross- country flights ranging from Colorado to Indiana. Last summer the Aviation Education class went on a field trip visiting the Air Force Museum, the National Headquarters of Civil Air Patrol, the Manned Space Craft Center, and the FAA Aeron- autical Center. Aviation is a relatively new field and there is a great demand for trained personnel. CMSC is trying to fill that need by offering an excellent program tailored to the students special interests and needs. Pre-flight instruction includes getting the feel of the aircraft Central Missouri State SKYI-IAVEN AIRPORT provides service to community Students must lea lo dep nd up the accuracy of their instruments. , . ,. , Y V. -W , w , ,. . ' "Ezra-.3 H o ' I, , , V . 5 V t. - ,, 1 , fx, , W 1 at . i Safe, modern aircraft used by aviation program are housed at Skyhaven 155 1 Central Missouri State LE constructs nineteen L X STEE C GTS IN - KA N S A Diemer Hall, the first menis residence hall, as it looked in 1949. -V V, .LQ .57 M 3 l i l' Y ff ,rw ll 1 1 f rf nl , M 'Q As' VN' , K H 3137 135-5l' x: H . 1 QQ ,' ii -93 I Y l' U lllkillfp 1 ol 2 A ' " " I- ttt' 'f m l n n i ,. e'tte 'L -- e '1::'t'r' ' n ,- M1 1 I . it to ' 3 ' 1 , ' 3, 19 1, Z , stsetn F7 ' 'rttt ' tV-t . Izz 1 1-as ::: ' I A ww K 5 -WASH? L L il' r i' ii:j.::::,: CMS coeds study quietly in one of the 11 women dorms. . Yeater Hall, the first women's residence hall, as it looked in 1941. 156 Laura J. Yeater Hall, erected in 19411, was the first women's resi- n o dence hall on the CMS campus and originally provided housing for 154 women. Since 1941 there have been nine additional residence halls built for women students. One of these is Panhellenic Hall which was built in 1965 for the purpose of housing eight sorority chapters. Together, the ten women's residence halls offer accommo- dations for approximately 2800 women students. n 19419 George W. Diemer Hall was built offering the first residence ccommodations for 19111 men students. Since 19419 eight more menis esidence halls have been erected. One of these is the Fraternity iomplex which was built in 1965. lt houses eight of the social fra- srnities on the CMS campus. An estimated total of 2865 men stu- lents can be housed in the nine dormitories. tll CMS residence halls are complete with central dining rooms, guest lounges, floor lounges, and laundry facilities. Designed to house eight fraternities, the complex is an architect's dream. ,o - J ' ' ' . ,ziitleng f1 f'7 lj ' 111,11 i i L, ' Y, - . .n , ., 1, 1 e - a 111 11 .- V 1 f 1. .1 1,1 , ' N u 1 'Vll 1 11 A ' " 21111 1 1 11 W 11111 R, ' 1 U '11 J .L-f,Q'3g1V..-1-11, . imawt 1 Beginnings of the Fraternity Complex show an octagonal shape, Nickerson Hall takes shape next to completed Houts-Hosey. Students relax and study in a newly constructed Hudson Hall lounge 157 Construction keeps campus in constant change 1 1 . . I FI 14.4.0 In 1871 the Normal School held its first classes in the Foster School located on the Northeast corner of Maquire and Grover. Since that time there has been construction going on at CMS almost constantly. Today the college owns 763 acres of land, and total of 18 major college buildings. The build- ings are constructed similarly in that most of them have Warrensburg sand- stone exteriors. Making up the main quadrangle are the Administration Build- ing, Dockery Building, Ward Edwards Library, Wilson C. Morris Building, and Pauline A. Humphreys Building. Other facilities located within yards of the main campus are the Education Building, Morrow Health and Physical Education Building, Alumni Memorial Chapter, Noel B. Grinstead Building, Utt Music Building, James R. Garrison Gymnasium, College Union, Rolla F. Wood Building, Charles F. Martin Building fcompleted in 1971j, and Stu- dent Health Center. Located in remodeled residences are the Alumni House, International House, and Clark Hall. Industrial Arts annexes are within a block of Grinstead Building. Reconstruction has also been part of the CMS building program. The old Science Building, built in 1896, was destroyed by fire in the early 1900's and was rebuilt in 1916. Due to expanding class sizes, Dockery Gymnasium, built in 1904, was renovated in 1960 to house business classes. 158 Wilson C. Morris Science Building, 1968 I wtf- -, , - .. . I.. A A -. I. x Science Building, 1896. wg New c0n5U'uCti0n On Campus- Architect's rendering of the Wood-Martin complex, 1971. ' x f? H ,111 1 iii, 1 1 1 ,, W1 mm. f ,11 11, A213511 1 ffl 'Qfl'7t"'l - Y' M ' , 1:11213 111 1,151 1 1 -VQW1 - 1 , 1, 11151159 115 1- ,ii , 11 11 A 1 11:1 wif, 311 A ,1 1 11 ' ff ww, 23:11. jjgfji5gg1'- 1 ,, 111. v 1 , ' is 1,1 1 wil' 1' ggi 1 1.1 affix, Y X 1 X Q 1 : 1. 1 ,1 gm if isgsgifg M ,,5.wfr 1 11 1 W Q -1, .L emit- 111 '- , 1 '11 ff' gg-i.1g15,' ,1 'aa-1ir-, ', ig' ' 1 N ,, M., iw. ,- , ,, , 1 " .2353 ' '51if,f', 1 1 1212552 'HF' 1 ' . 1 1 1'f-V451 11141191 K . 173, ,X ,- 1 '1 W lffigx I -- ' . 1 111' 1 J ' ,1,5,2vL-f I , V ,H A A YW. mg5QUFl ,J Y 1 Cg,",f5fcQj4-Ji Wilson C. Morris Building, 1916. Education Building 1968 159 Student glances through periodi- cals to find data for a report. Library assignments , laboratory experiments are supported by lectures Dr. Oscar Hawksley uses dia- grams lo explain animal life. 160 e Q I ws, RS.-gs- sa f 2 ix um!! ug in ,JH- Mi - '. f 91 iiigizsia, -2 44,53 . N, We if-5 W Coed leisurely browses in the stacks Because of the large size of many classes, the lecture is a popular teaching method at CMS. With the aid of close-circuit television, opaque projectors and other vi- sual aids, instructors teach as much as possible to as many as 250 students at one time. Students also learn on their own by looking up information at the Wa1'd Edwards Library where a wealth of knowledge is stored in books. Dr. Stubbs-American History Political Science students listen to a guest speaker in the new Science Auditorium. ' X . 5,3 ki? Tx? fi -V ' Dr. Hawksley explains zoological principles as students listen. Lab assistant points out techniques of dissection to zoology student. l 61 A student bastes in jacket lining for clothing class. Industrial Arts and Technology student performs milling operations with a Bridgeport vertical mill l 62 Xi! """"""vk':"1"' A ' Student experiments with cir- class. . 5s -ss., cuit board in an electricity X Students evaluate laboratory Using Vega Universal Tester, student checks strength of materials. experiences as asset for future If one were to take a tour of the classrooms of the CMS campus, one would find a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Some classrooms are as big as the sky such as aviation classes while others are as small as the world seen through a microscope. Class enrollments also vary with anywhere from 15 to 250 students to a class. All of the classes are set up with one aim in mind, that is to train each stu- dent to do the job he has selected to prepare for. Many classes have practical training such as indus- trial arts workshops and home economics projects. Other classes are concerned mainly with abstract ideas such as philosophy or language. Each class- room is different with different instructors and stu- dents but all are dedicated to the search for knowl- edge. Student carefully measures chemicals for experiment. .Q tal 'TH ackson County Residence Center continues growth by expanding facilities G...,B..t.,. The business of education continues into the night at the Center. Director The Jackson County Residence Center in Independence, now in its 12th year of operation, has shown a steady growth in enrollment-another indication of the response to com- munity needs. During the past year, enrollment at the Center reached a new high with 2293 students. A major area of expansion during the past year has been in the Center's fourteen classrooms plus a physical education area 60 feet by 60 feet. Also added were nine new offices and an ex- panded library. As a result of the local and federal funding, holdings in the library have increased in almost all aca- demic areas pursued at the Center, including a complete microhlm set of the Christian Science Monitor newspaper. New parking facilities have been constructed and are now in operation. 4 Lew Residence Center students take a break from their classes for lunch Construction ofa new wing expands facilities for students at the Independence Residence Center --,,- f-..,. pri. , , . , ,,,,.,.,i.R,.,.,,, s,,,.,s. - . - .rf .-as Me, , 1 mr ' ' ' " - .S?isX1eiw5gggQ5ge5'iria1TN' ' - v:-W,----. ive- ff" A s,.,rw,i .,,e71sw:Lf,11 ,. , Qi '1 11- 'si 1 ., '11 lf , ' A - - 1 V 1 fffiwi ' . 11-1 -1 -, 1 'ff I' - ' ' f . ,. 1 - f uqfw -,, 1 ' will 'I 'r , QM 111! 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Q "' V' g i" I ' Management classes at the Residence Center invite informal discussion groups. 166 facilities are enjoyed b both students, faeult ,..,.fA-4-P - Ms ,,,.,v..,g in Jil? ,ms ffm ge ii V its , J' ...V x X-" 1 . ii -11 1,., :JLeunf g"" an 1.7 x ,- -"L.f '1 7 Students from the Independence Residence Center participate in a music appreciation class. 5 Hs, ta. , L , H Student Government Association-Residence Center: fRow Onej Jerry Wheatg W. B. Spillman, sponsorg Richard Dunlap, cg. sponsorg Iris Fendrick. fRow Twoj Barbara Finng Dee Spaderg Stephen Harrellg Donald Kasmerchekg Janice Davisg Elaine Corneluis. 'I67 odern enrollments increase administrative problems wig . Ml Keeping pace with changing times and increased enrollments, the 'flA"'fw,Qg administration of CMS is handled by various vice-presidents and f deans who help President Lovinger in the enormous task of running fi. 'ld' a modern institution of higher learning. New to the staff this year 2' are Dr. .lack Carmichael, Assistant to the President, Dr. Leroy ,ilu Barrows, Dean of the School of Education, and Mr. Cale Bartow, L" 1 ,., Director of the lndependence Residence Center. Administrative of- licers are Dr. Tom Edmunds, Vice-President for Student Affairs, Mr. Irvin L. Peters, Vice-President for Administrative Affairs, Dr. Roy E. NlcAuley, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, and Dr. William E. Sparling, Vice-President for Financial Affairs. Deans having predominately academic responsibilities are Dr. Claude Brown, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Dr, Thomas R. Gaines, Dean of the School of Applied Science and Technology, and Dr. Robert Pierce, Dean of the School of Business and Eco- nomics. Deans with staff responsibilities are Dr. Marion Schott, Dean of Teacher Education, Dr. Reid Hemphill, Dean ofthe Grad- Irvin L. Peters, vice-President uate School, Dr. Harold Young, Dean of the School of Continuing Administrative Affairs Education, with responsibilities for the program both on the main campus and at the Jackson County Residence Center. Directing other important services for the college are Mr. Carl Foster, Di- rector of Public Relations and Dr. Merville Meverden, Director of the Physical Plant. Tom D. Edmunds Vice-President Student Affairs V43 William E. Sparling Warren C. Lovinger, President Yiceitresiderft Central Missouri State College Fmanclal Affairs 168 ,J Roy A. McAuley Vice President Academic Affairs Administration Building Hollis L. Chalquist Dean of Men Carl B. Foster Director, Public Relations Marion S. Schott Dean Teacher Education Leroy Barrows Dean of School Education Claude H. Brown ,Y-wttf"iQi f 3 D: 3 5 .5 H "' . A lb in 'fc-Q Alice Gower Dean of Women Merville Meverden Director, Physical Plant Reid Hemphill Dean Graduate School Harold L. Young Dean of School Continuing Education Allen L. Sosebee OUR! Sy, Q ' tt X wa' I 'Q N7 x 1. G Q H W i 3 B it L F' 1, L2 - vi 0 ' fkiiflb 1 If Z ucv' 'Nsmmu ui" 4,11 Jack J. Carmichael Assistant to President Gale T. Bartow Dean Indep. Residence Center Thomas R. Gaines Dean of School Appl. Arts Sz Technology Robert B. Pierce Dean of School Dean Dean of School Arts and Sciences Admissions 81 Records Business 81 Economics 169 Facult :. Ack-Bro Ackcrson, Virgil Education Ackley, Dennis Communications Adams, Esmond Economics Adams, Joseph English Adams, Wiillic Sociology Albrecht, Joseph Nlnnulhcturing and Construction Allen, Beverly Womcn's Physical Education Allen, Mclva Music Anders, Leslie History Anderson, Glen Tenchur Education Bachmann, Duane Residence Center Bailey, B. Joyce Womcn's Physical Education Baker, Kathryn Business Baker, Lnurn Home Economics Baldwin, Robert Safety Education Baltz, lloward Instructional Resources Bamford, ,Ioanc Assistant Dean of Women Barrows, Leroy Dean of School of Education Bartow, Gale Dean of Residence Center Beaver, Lyle Rccrcatinn Bell, lllnrvin Physics Bolshc, ,Inlnn Biology Bergman, Lucy English Bm-st, Clarence Mathematics Bibb, Jon Business Administration Bisulia, Martin Special Education Bixby, Glenn Lab School Black, Perry Education Blackwell, Dale Business ,Administration Bohlon, Donald Music Bonett, llcrmnn Political Science Bosso, Louis Business Administration Bowling, David Physics Boyd, Robert Registrar Bradley, Tlluolu Elementary Education Brame, W'illiam Manufacturing and Construction Bratlstrom, Paul Academic Advisor Braucr, Frederick Data Processing Brower, Robert Communications Brewington, William Counseling Briggs, Robert Residence Center Britton, james Sociology Brock, Baird Economics Brookens, Kenneth Instructional Resources Center Brooks, Editll Music Brookshier, Doris Library Brown, Claude Dean of Arts and Sciences Browns Margaret Academic Advisor fiilifl awgfft , f " V- - A ..,.. lin :ry K' L. at A- 1 i t 1 N' gli ' ,rf l W ' -J . 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Science Education Butler, Aaron Business and Economics Carlson, Kay Nursing Carmichael, jack Assistant to the President Carter, Phillip Communications Casady, Carmie Business ,Administration Castancr, David Biology Castle, Conan Music Castleman, Ron Accounting and Finance Chalquist, Hollis Dean ol' Men Chapin, Gordon Military Science Cheatham, Richard Communications Chew, Lindell Business Chrisman, Barbara Library Clnrdy, Betty English Clark, Mary Nursing Clement, Ellis Residence Center Cleveland, Wayne Teacher Education Cogan, Daniel Instructional Resource Center Coleman, Kelly Political Science Coleman, Russ Music Coon, Gilbert English Cooper, Jan Political Science Craig, Berniece English Craven, Sherralyn Mathematics Creighton, W'ilda Business Education Crockett, John History Crump, Gail English Culp, Ceral Assistant Registrar Curtis, Dun Communications Curtis, Gary Academic Advisor Curtis, Norvin Psychology Curtis, Ronald Psychology Daniels, David Geography Davenport, Harbert Philosophy Davies, Marion Music Davila, Guillermo Criminal Justice Administration Davis, Chery Philosophy Dee, William Sociology Delfrain, David College Skills Delloff, Elizabeth Accounting and Finance DeMott, Edith Nursing Denham, Edward Testing Denker, Roger Men's Physical Education Faculty: Den-Gai Denman, Margaret Library Denning, El Virga Library Devcnny, Nina Business Education Dilley, Larry Mathematics Dolccki, Joseph Economics Donath, Donald Men's Physical Education Doult., Sum Social Scivnct: Downs Wiilliam Graphics llrakv, Churlus Etronoluics Drapt-r. S. Military Svivnce Dunlap. Richard Social Suitencu Dunn., ,lack Ftlathvntutics Edmunds, 'I'om Yice Prus., Student Affztirs Iigvlston. Martha English lilliutl, Alice' Biology Elliott, Ih-ssiv Cnunsulor Ellis. Ealwin Art Emerson. john liurth Suit-nee Englv. Elizaht-th Home litrnnnmics English. Gloria Women 's Physical l-Iduvzltinn Erivkson, John Business Erisman, Kathryn Library Sciuucc Eschlilnun, ll:-rbt-rt linglisll Esln-lman, David Communication lispuy., Ray Electricily I-lssoek, Alfrvd Accounting und lfinauce Etling, Sln-ryl Communication I-Iv:-lt-th, Rob:-rl Military Science Ewing, Ray Cummuniuution lfalgrvll, Lloyd JI:-n's Physical Edttuatimi Faulk, Donnis Chemistry Fidlvr. Rohm-rt Communication Fit-ld, llarlnolt-ta Business Fields, Gum- 'lieztcltcr Education Ifisht-r, Le-roy Financial Affairs Iflantlvrmt-yt-r, Rogor Geography Flaningham, Slim-hm-l Psyclmlugy Flood, Rim-fforzl Agriculture Foley, William History Forgvy, john Art Fostt-r., Augustus Ve:-turuns Affairs lfustt-r, Carl Publiv Relations lfostq-r, William licluczttion Frank, Umor Satfuty Franz, Melvin Business .Administration Frazier., Olin Business Education Frat-man, Ih-tty Mathematics Gaines, Thomas Science and Technology sg.-sv L, X -my ' ' 5 -11 1, 1 .L - - ' 5.5, F tw... H. 3 2?-f N ,I lm ,mit J, W' ' 4 i2:2:2:5:5: t t .- tu U - ,B , S .1 t, ' , . Ni' - . ,Q s I ' ' t J. I l , H?" X . ' Y - 2:.. : - K . 1 i' :i':':'-' r :Hi-53: '-ft ' A - 1 1' , Ffa -Y 9 ,. . ' t . I , I, al l . ll' "' J? W '-153 i I " ' " 1 ' A l f E -r t., g 'g ,, . , , c. V r " t ,LJ :HI 22152 V :S yr: fit ,5 ' "ll"'D'2i4'l sw,:tsfetfQ,, ,. 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J I I J.- : if 'wax . ll- i ' flu f' ttf? fb Wk, Faculty: Car-Hew 1 A i . t. ,Ml 1 WL, "fmt A' ' argl' ,l l 'ff ' ii fisgf ,--, ' r t if ff , .. A fi g.. '!f V , ,.,.:,,X , , 'f ,. aaa W it V,5.gF7X , -gm f A f aa X WH P 1. ai iafiw I . l, cliff?-if V p r ."'.l it Xia ay, 2 -I ,L Y gi lil 1' ' i t ilu? gi 1, , , I 11-ji: - L ' A i . -L - 1 'gf .l sir . 'E T E 'zfuxi Garber, Ilill Business liducalipn Garner, ,lean Accounting and Finance Garlen, Ted Teacher Education Gengv, Milton Music Gibson, Fern Library Gilbert, Charles Education Cilln-ri. llclon Director of Student Activities Gilbert, Ophs-lin Cullege High Library Uinlller, Mary Cnunseling Glndfeltur., lrl Placement Godfrey, Anita Elementary Education Goetz, Robert Industrial Arts Gusncy, Alfred College Skills Gossvn, llarvvy Teacher Education Gower. Alice- Deun nf Women Graham, justyn Education Gram, Dolores Business Education Crayhill, Robert English Crm-1-f., Marg rcl Library Grvllg. Len Central Elementary Griggs, Guy History Crimes, Robert Data Procnassing Grimes, William Xlathcmatics Grow, Leslie Business Administration llansv, Larry Business llacnni, Carol English llairnbn-diau, Tum Mi.-n's Physical Education Iluldilnan, Carl Teacher Education Ilnlx-n. Waller Music llamplon, llonn-r Mathematics llalnplon, W10. Higher Education llmw, John Political Science Hannah, Lyman , . d Manulucturlng an Constructi Harding, Larry Residence Center Ilnrp, llnrold English Harriman, Y. J. Chemistry llarris, James Military Science llart, Ralph Music Hartung, Harley Mens Physical Education Hatfield, Joseph Social Science . llauscr., William Foreign Language llawksley, Uscar Biology Ilaydu, John Art llazlc-rig, Jack English llc-lmirk, Dale Counseling Ill-mphill, Reid Dunn ul' Graduate School Hemphill, Thomas Power and Transportation Hewitt, Sam Science and Mathematics Facult : Hey-Kil Heytman, John History Hibdon, Howard Geography Hickman, David Education Higgins, Robert Psychology Highlander, James Communication llinerman, Charles Science Education Hoenshell. Loyd Business Administration Hoffman, Barbara Library Holland, Carrie Recreation Holland, Ray Physics Holmes, Neal Science Education lloman, Frederick Music Honeywell, Charles Instructional Resources Center Hoover, Miriam Elementary Education Hopkins, Bertha Elementary Education Hopping- Joe Chemistry Horinc, John Power and Transportation Horton, Agnes History Huculak, W'asyl Library Hudson, james Teacher Education I-lulscr, Lyle Psychology Hutcherson, Curtis Baptist Chair of Bible Ingram, Victor Graphics Ireland, Russel Power and Transportation Irwin, Dcigh Business Jackson, David Financial Aid Jacoby, Russel Earth Science Jenkins, Mel Industrial Arts jcnt, Clay Philosophy Johnson, Larry Mathematics Johnson, William Foreign Language jones, Larry Business Administration Jonson, james Business Administration jordan, William Communication Jorgensen, Roy Education .ll.ltten, Jessie Women's Physical Education Keffer, Eugene Research Kelley, Charles Mathematics Kendall, Robert Communication Kennedy, Robert Mathematics Kennedy, William Safety Education Keppncr, Edwin Biology Kcseman, Charles Industrial Arts Kessel, Ralph Sociology Ketcherslde, Wllllam Psychology Keth, Earl Men's Physical Education Klbbie, Eloise Library Killingbeck, Stanley Chemistry -.7 Y H X 2 ,xv l t .....', ,-,L ,qt ,-elif' t 5-' , Q I v . .11.',e'z:f 1 at ff, 'MM , 4 ,131 ll ima H 10 As' gm uw qt Q , ,W . 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Leshcr, Marian Mathematics Lewis, Ed Art Limback, Rebecca Secretarial Education Lindsay, David Political Science A3-"' Little, ,lack Housing it we Livingston, Grace 3411, '- Wal v K Eli e B L ns X is wtf? f a-aff ' it 0 1 ' Home Economics Loranc e, Theo dorc Psychology Lovell, Robert English Lovi nger, Warren President Low, Earl Agriculture Luebbert, Frank Mathematics Luehrman, Richard Art Lyon, Mary Womens Physical Education Madden, Matthew Business Administration Mahanes, lloward Men's Physical Education Markert, jane Women's Physical Education 'Q J Marshall, Robert Teacher Education Marshall, Robert Safety Education Martin, Alphadine Wnmen's Physical Education Martin, Frank Physics Masters, Cordon Sociology Maxwell, Richard lNlen's Physical Education Mayfield, Louise Business Education McAuley, Roy Vice Pres., Academic Affairs 4. iw w ,,, s-,tn-H , Wy ,ww .,.. is . .. Mcflandless, Perry History Mctiandless, William Music Mcfllure, Arthur History McConnell, Louise Elementary Education McCoy, John History McCutchan, Curl Mathematics lllclilwce, Judson Foreign Language McFarland, Emmett Business Mcliimmey, Philip wow Foreign Language Mcliinnis, Richard Teacher Education Mclleynolds, Ronald English McSpaddcn, Dana Elementary Education Faculty: Mev-Per Mcvcrdcn, Morville Director, Physical Plant Moyer, Edward Military Science Miller, Donald Physics Miller, Eric Business Miller, Jerry Secretarial Education Mutt-1-, 1.0. Teacher Education Mitchell, Charles Geography ' Mitt-hell, David Teaclier Education Mitchell. Lawrcnct- Music Mock, Pvrry Business Block, Robert Power and Transportation Monson, Richard Art Montalto, llarlutra Mathematics Mort-t-, Macy Speech Pathology Nlorlan, Winston Academic Advisor Moroncy, Knthcrinc English Morton, Clark Education Morton, Clifford Criminal Justice Administration Moser, Carl Residence Center Nluchmort-., Cloyd Financial Affairs Nludd, Billy Education Mullins, William Foreign Language Nahm, Laura Biology Nt'l50n,1flydv llistory Nrlson, Dalt- l-lighur Education Nt-wvomb, Mary English Newcomer, Lt-fc English Nichols, Edith Teaclter Education Nichols, Pclcr Sociology North, Willard Rvscarch 0'Bannnn, John Academic Advisor Ulircnberg, Robert Stfcrctarinl Education Olpin, Larry English 0'Malley, Jann-s Counselor Usltima, Eugen:- Scicnce Education Ovcrby, Milton Lihrary Oxley, Vincent lndustrial Arts and Technology Park, Raymond Music Parks, Kermit Construction Education Patmorc, Ruth Accounting and Finance Patrick. Minnit- Academic Advisor Patrick, Robert l'l1ysical Education x '!"' 11-is I -1:55, ' I r-1 'fi-'vt' vs., if l t Patterson, Frank , , fun n ffnl If: 3 'UW H H W ' H English W," " g K' 4 ll Q " fqlgj A- l." Paubcl, Dianna- ' 'I if ' f l M Ar, I Q 95 ' - G Y T cnnfge Skills f U , .4 A It , - ' 1 ,J , , Pcarcc, Clarence ' ' Y 5 'V' ,Nl 'I iii is-ei !,g:g,, ii Q, . "' , Vocational Agriculture 'EY ' -' i V Y. w ,SM is ' K - " :I f 35' "AF ' t'uck,witti.mt till ' '- -2, W W . "" 'f ' ' ,N " Biology if J ,Y i . H Pcrfclt, Raymond , 3' 4 X l V f I Business Administration X 51yfff5ttiX1! Pcrrcaull, Lawrence , -' Militu ry Scicncc N M i-I - ' ' f.fLQi2ii53l133 ,L t ' :f fijsiffifzli''-"-"ll -'lwtfmilill 176 4 rx 4 -u l rr X. Y' 1, it if ta gg-5 i 1.5 : .fs ix nh. I' i an Wuxi i nw iw' 555' Q3 3 i FM ..g .- wi R' l, M S r.- , 'ti J .,, X-N, X l fi '95 fs 35 - uf -eu .' Q4 'A -A x'--' a i .Q Q., . Fi'-gf A .5 .55 , 'I-Y. - '1 Za' 2-W" ,--,Jw . 1 , 2' -. 1 .5 4 M P Q '1'. 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W'illizun :Xrt l't-tligrrw, W':lrr1-ll Cnlla-gr Skills I'hinnl'!'q .lohn Sm-iulugy and Anllirupnlugy l'it-rvv, Glenn tjnninlunicnlinns l'i4'r1'r, Rubrrl Husin:-ss and I-lunnnnlivs Pittman. Kiln-y Sociology l'lunk. llolurn-2. Wurm'n's Pllysivul Elini:-atioi1 l'osll4-tlxwnit, ,lauln-5 .Mllnissiuus Pow:-ll, llunnlal I-'olitivnl Striemw' Quimby, Wlilfuril Applii-1151-ii-m-nfs lhltlvr, Ylarlha Business liducallinn Rugsdulv, ,lack Military Suivnm' Hanson, Kathlm-n licluvzniuri R1-ynolrls, llarulul Art lh-ynolrls, ,Iac-k lliulngy Kiev. lion Sp'-cial Iidurzlliun Rivlwrmlson, 114-4-il .-Xgrirultun: liivkman. li. X! . Pliysivs Rim-ks. lh-atrivv Englisll Ilia-lmlnl. Floyal linlumtiun Riggs. x irgil lIl14-nxislry Robb, lie-nm-tll l'lzu't-lm-nl linbvrson. -Knlnurn Nlusic Rosv. William Agriculture Ross. W'illiaxn livnnmnivs Rush. Ernest Svcrm-turiul Eslucutinn Russm-Il, ,lavk .-Xczxduinic Advisor Safll4'l', Philip l'ItIur'alirm Snmplv., Cc-orgv Ari Sampson. llarolal Lunguugn- and l.ilm-rzuturm Sappingtnn. llal l'1lc-vtririty Sava-ry. lla:-ry Biology Schafvr. Carol Pllysim-all lialucutiun Rosaliv S1-hi-ll Lillrury Srhmidt, lluann- Suli-ly Education Schmidt, Nlarilyn Spcnch Pathology Scholl, Marion Dvzm uf Teach:-r l-Idurnt Svhullz.. Rubin lfnglisll Schwartz. llolu-rt English Srolt, Danivl Blush: Scott, 'llary English S4-mf, Edward Communication Svvlvy. Rub:-rl Cha-mistry S1-wt-ll, Cvorgia llruuc Economics Su-xtun, llarl Academia' Advisor Slnaffvr, ,lamn-s inn Crinlinul ,lusliuv ,Mlministralinn Faculty: Sha-Thu Shanklin, Margurrt Residence Center Sharp, Raymond Military Science Shockcy, Eleanor Music Short, Norman Men's Physical Education Shultz, Lowis Academic Advisor Sigler, Robert Sociology Sims, Evelyn Art Sissun, llull Library Skitltnurv, Marilvt- Music Slagla-, Anne-Ita Elementary Education Slllvnd, John Cnrnmllnirfalinns Smith, lllainv Mililary Svienvt: Smith, Jann-s Biology Smith, John Teacher Education Snohlv., ,lost-ph Scif-nt-P liduczitiun Snydvr, Iladdock Suit-two Sosolu-e-, ,Kilt-n De-un of Admissions Sparling, XYilliam Yin- Pres.. Financial Affairs Spillman, XX 1-slr-y Social Science Splinter, Roger Cl1f:mistry Stampolis, Marjorie Accounting and Finance Stanton, XX illiam Library Str-rling, Dunm- Administrativu Affatirs Sli-rnv. Lucas Business Administration Stn-wart, Byron History Stu-wart, Robe-rt Music Stilwt-ll, XVilliam Eluctricity Stont-. K1-nncth Accounting :mtl Financr Stubbs, Roy History Stnmpff. K4-itll Xlalhematics Summers, Rohn-rt Cnmmunicatinns Sutht-rlnnd, John Business Administration Swank, Theron Instructional Resource Ccnter Swartlt-y, Ronald Communications Swigrr. Ut-nzil Power and Transportation Swisht-r, Jann-sz History Sylwt-stt-r, Ilnrold History Taylor, Esco Military Science Taylor, Roddy English 'l'n't'5. Arthur Communications Tt-rkt-urst, Arthur Psychology Thiclbar, Wilbur Business Thomas, Gerald Residence Center Thomas, John Military Science Tompkins, Robert Physical Education Thompson, William Economics Thurman, Donald Foreign Language -ff 'US Ao. rw' -1:71 ""' "' . :gy jd 'Qfvjr' ' Q 'lt' " ll-171-1 , Qi I tg 4215191 W Q' n, 3gur'ti 5, if 25' l ' ' - ' E if ji. l . 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' 1- . ,- ' , 'VS , Y, ZZ' Tubbs, Eleanor I 'TLV 1 .,. v o -A 7- M U U " ii " 'G Business ' ' l , ' ' ,f ', A' sn .-f ' . , Z 'l'wonu-y, Alfred bit? wl li ' 1 1 , G l J J, 2 1 X ,PT , be 1 6 ' .. K I: il, W , , , H4 , , 1 . , ,Q ,ug 1 wr f istnry ij "1 ...' 1 'Q X l Y ' ' - 1 . Tynus, Ronald g , . r ,Q f 'A' ,' ' Continuing Education Ulrich, Robert ' I -' 'N Sztlcty Education 1 .A .1 1 1 . -1' J 1 . ni Llnglt-shy, ina English Yacm-lt, NYilIiuln Manufacturing and Construction Yan lllair.. lit-tty Library Yun Iflvnvv, llaruld , , l f a",n Agriculture 1 ' Yan Dam, Ronald l !tlen's Physical Education X Yrergvl, llarding W Safuty Education Ye-rnon, Don Art Yitln-loc, ,lack 'Feacher Education Vogvl, Rohm-rt Geography Wagcncr, Kenneth Education W'aisni:r, Gary Graphics Whitt-, Alb:-rt Agriculturi- 1 ff . ' U f ' 1 A - ,VL ' W'ulkcr, Floyd l ' I My ' - -. 'g L Men's Physical Education ' .,, ' I 1 X," Willis, Donald fl lx :- , 1 dt- - --. -. . Ai -.1, Electricity V? K 1 '14 'U N N 1 1- W'all:-rs, Nancy 1 Counselor ,fr N, 2, Ward, Glenda " , W 1 J Communications ' " - Warlick, W'illiam , Military Science . Watson, ja-rrold . Cruphics X 8 i. "1e,- .. .ffl '1.'1 .. . ' 1 llciss, David . V Communications 1 wi-tt-h, Lin Spvech Pathology XVhitchcad, John College Union Activities 7 W'llilt-side, Lowcll 1 . E1 'V Teacher Education . Wie-r, Lct- Graphics W'ilk1-y, llarry 'l 3' Economics .,::.'g"- , ' "Qt . Williams. Hugh L ti' K- T' l f , Music QL ' ' 4 I 4, ir jil' Williams, Jam:-s ' ff.. ...Q-r ' - I English 4- " Q 37" ' 1 W Williams, Kennteth 'l l ' "' English E1 ' I N ' - 'i gg Williamson, Ray 1 ' sm Administrative Assistant 5' " ' 't ,,i11' - 4 sf Wilson, Ernest .c lnclustrial Arts and Technology Wilson, Ilarold f l'sycl'lology NE ll X X NU - Q rs J,-:,'.I,1 f fl it " :rf f 1 -- . Q"'f'fl '11l 1 -33' :us.f1"l1 41 , LL it" ,irq sau1ll!':.11-' E' Wintvrnicycr, Larry 1 Business Woodruff, Ross Instructional Resources Center X 111 - 1 Yingvr, Harold Wt L R Men's Physical Education W K Yucum, Karolyn College High lf 1, t Yudm-r, Jamvs W Residence Center Young, Carol 511 ' I Home Economics W . 179 Faculty: You-Zin Young, Florence Women's Physical Education Young, llarolcl Dean of Continuing Education W ,ll Young, James H H Political Science Yung, Eldon Graphics Zey, Rohm-1 Chemistry Zink, ,less Director of College Union ,si .., 4-Q 15. -1 .35 f-'lp ,... X , f l fl. 'T .f' 'any ' ..,.,, U ra' 'Ps 4 x- N" ' an 3 X 1 if ' 'J If f' ff- ff"- 4 15 ,VV T' ct. x .?I.1,,.A . . - 'dar . If if C e "P ix"-9 . ft l w u ' 1 V . l l . X. -fr ge- . ML' .? ut 4.7 "' , .J tx . , . ,.... I 1 ft ' 1 x , ' ti aa 1 1' ' f my it - I I 1 l f . ' f' 1 K as I, . ,, i , :..- 43? e . 3525! f , . :gig t :ak fx . . ,i my X ., .J 3, . .fran 1 . 1 fx ,,- ' . f,-.gg1i'f::.:: 1- -Q....::g: .f ,f M., - Q '-'. -K ,r ,- '75 r R and? 0. 1. 4. t re rv. . .0 rf-s, Seniors: Abd-Ave Abdullah, Abdullah, Kuwait: Mathematics: Organization of Arab Students, Vice Pres. Abney, Terry, Higginsville. Adam, Linda, Monroe City. Adams, Barbara, Kansas City. Adams, Robert, Pacific. Adams, Thomas, Kansas City. Aholt, Joyce, Glasgow. Ailor, jennifer, Meadville: English: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi, Treas.: Sigma Tau Delta, Sec.-Treas.: SNEA: English Club: Religious Life Council, Sec.-Treas.: Wesley Foun- dation: Fitzgerald Hall, Corres. Sec.: College Union Committee: THE STUDENT, news editor: 'F THE RHETOR: CEMOST, editorial committee: Ecumenical Center: Honors Program: College Bowl: "Whn's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesu: Tassels. Akers, Wayne, Kansas City. Allen, Barbara, Sedalia. Allen, Linda. Allen, Paul. Allman, Glenda., Drexel. Alpcrs, james, Kansas City. Alzate, Gilberto, War- rensburg. Anderson, Betty, St. Charles. Anderson, Bob, Ex- celsior Springs. Anderson, Erma, St. Louis. Anderson, joy, Kansas City. Anderson, Nancy, Lathrop. Anderson, Ronald, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Anderson, Thomas, Braymer. Andes, Donald, Independence. Anglin, Roger, Waynesville. Anthony, Arthur. Apprill, Ann, Los Alamos, N.M. Arbisi, Jost-pli, Kansas City. Aring, Gary, Kansas City. Armbruster, Mark, Oakland. Arnold, Jack, Sedalia: Prexy Club: Accounting Club, Pres.: College Union Committee: S0- ciety for Advancement of Management: American Mar- keting Association. Arnold, Margaret, Richmond. Arnote, Jean, Polo: Business Education: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Beta Lambda: AWS Assem- bly: CWENS. Arnote, Juno, Polo. Arosemena,'Mel- quiades, Panama: French: International Relations Club: Cosmopolitan Club: German Club: L'Alliance Francaise. Aselaye, Mary, St, Louis. Ash, Brenda, Marshall. Askren, Kenton, Liberty. Austin, jack, Sednlia. Austin, William, Kansas City. Aversman, Glenn, Corder. Seniors: Bah-Bee Babcock, Nancy, Garden City: Business Education: Pi Omega Pi. Pres.: Prexy Club. Bailey, Wendy. Baker, Carla, Warrensburg. Baker, Clara, Independence. Baker, Irvin, Lowry City. Baker, Linda, Independence. Baker, Mclford. Baker, Rita, Slater. Baker, Sharon, Webster Groves. Banks, janet, Sedalia. Banks, W'alter, New Franklin. Haranyai, Gary, Maple- wood. Barhee, Anne. Barber, Anne. Barlxee, Patricia. Barber, Corey, Raytnwn: Mathematics: Alpha Phi Sig- ma: Kappa Mu Epsilon. Barker, Bill. Barker, Sheila, Nlarshnll. Barlish, Larry, Polo: Agriculture-Business: Sigma Pi. Barnes, David, Lee's Summit. Barnes, Paul., Kansas City. Barnes, Ron, Prairie Village, Kun. Barnett, Michael. Barron, Diana, Kansas City. Bartels, Virgilene, Montruse: Business Education: SNEA: Phi Beta Lambda. Bartlett, Karen, Bethany. Bartlett, Susan, Warrensburg: Computer Science. Bar- tow, Thomas, Buckner. Bartram, Stephen, Lawson. Bash, Patty, Kansas City. Baucom, James. Kansas City. Baumann, Jane, Kansas City: Tlieatreg Theta Alpha Phi, Vice Pres, Pres.: CMSC Players, Treas.: SNEA: Prexy Club. Bay, Larry, DeSoto. Bayne, Elizabeth, California: Elementary Education: 'Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pig SNEA: Association for Childhood Education: Nickerson Hall, Rec. Sec.. Vice Pres. Beasley, Benjamin, Galt. Becker, Linda. Beekerdite, Charles, Harrisonville. Beckman, Erwin, Buckner. Beckman, Roberta, Wellingston. Beckner, Ronald, Grain Valley. Beebc, Steve, Buckner. ar to a -fl -is ,- , -,,. ., I I , - I mm K' , 'ffl 2' -v A S' 1 ,L t L12 l t S. Q l " if I X 5. I -4-. . .5 +., 4. -sg iv 182 QM, 2 fri' Q ' , - 4.3, at P - Wx? . 6 71- " -I r.. wt ... .-. - . ,C x ,A . 0- -5- -.. X 1' V 2 T at 1 p iw ' tw.,-.' . It-."?r.5zgg Y.. eff 1, W. r' Vs ' 1 ,. 6. , X or-1, ,Tp u V v I s 4' 1 X 'fssf..f'5 ' ,. --' We .4 ' ' f-1 H .. . ,., .31 i W , im? 'Q f 'Tet Z if .. 2 M . i yn' M ... 1. me 4 . I . r - -. Y 4 ,, N, L . N , fl M' fm' r 'lf-sd H 4-W Mal, 'fi r'-7 . . "I ' 41 Elini' . -3, ,iq vi PI I 1. I 5 ir 'Y fi A he L1 I N A f-' x...,- s,- g, Seniors: Bee-Bra Becler, Cundula, Carrollton: German: SNEAQ College Union Cabinet: College Union Committee: German Club: L'Alliance Francaise. Beissennerc, Ted. Bell, Emma, Lincoln. Bennett, Patricia, Sugar Creek. Benningfield, Judy, Carrollton. Benson, Larry. Bcrendls, Martha. Berry, john, Sedalia. Bcrtz, Jacqueline, Mayview. Best, Myra, Arnold: Office Administration: Sigma Kappa: SCA Senate: AWS Assembly, Treas. Best, William, Independence. Beyer, Susan, Gladstone. Bishop, Forrest, Bunceton. Bitner, Teddy, Butler. Black, Jan, Jefferson, Pa.: Marketing. Black, Pamela, Sibley. Blank, Herbert, Boonville. Bledsoe, Carolyn, Warrensburg. Bloom, Thomas, Kan- sas City. Boan, Margaret, Osceola. Bodenhamer, Charles, Warrensburg. Bodenhamer Karen, Warrensburg. Boencher, Carol, Ferguson: Elementary Education: SNEA. Bagan, Larry, St. Louis. Bogner, Charles, Garden City. Bohon, Stanley, Sedalia. Bohs, Priscilla, Sedalia. Boland, Thomas, Washington: Physical Education: Sig- ma Pig Physical Education Club. Boller, Bob, Boon- ville. Bolsen, Patricia, Warrensburg. Bosler, Mark, Mooresville. Bowland, Linda. Bowlin, Duane, Odessa. Boyd, John, Sedalia. Boyer, Deborah, Amity. Boyer. Judd, Holden. Bozarth, Ted. Bradley, Wil- liam. Mvberly. Brady, Carolyn, Waynesville. Bra- ger, Lincst, Kansas City. Seniors: Bra-Bur Brame, Joan, Warrensburg. Br ndl, joseph, Tipton. Brandt, Carol. Bratcllvr, Donna, Hamilton. Brawdy, Virginia, Kansas City. Bray, David, lndependence. Bremer, Linda, Chillicothe: English: SNEA5 English Club. Bremer, Ronald, Chil- licothe: Accounting: Accounting Clubg Honors Program. Bri-tall, William, Sedalia. Briggs, Glenda, Deepwater. Bright, Connie. Briscoe, Stephen. Brass, Ronald, Liberty. Brotht-rson, Cynthia, Kansas City. Brown, Dvboralx, St. Louis. Brown, Gary, Independence. Brown, Kathryn, Odessa. Brown, Michat-l, Warrcnsburg. Brown, Penelope, Lone Jack, Brown, Randy, Washington: Criminal .lustice Administratinn-PsychologyZ Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Phi Sigma Epsilon: IFC, Vice Pres.: Traffic Court, Chief Justice. Brown, Sister Donna, Presentation Heights, 5. D. Brown, Teresa, Oak Grove: English: Sigma Tau Deltug English Cluhg CEMOST. Browne, Janice, Fer- guson. Brownsberger, Jon, Appleton Cily. Brownsbcr- ger, Rose, Montrose. Bruenger, Stephen, Raytown. Bruffey, Keith, War- renshurg. Brundege, Jeanne, Walton, N.Y. Bryan, Chanda, Richmond. Bryant, Barbara, Cameron. Bryant, Bobby, Kansas City. Bryant, Mark, Kansas City. Bryant, Roln-rt, Sedalia. Buccy, Lavonnc, l.ec's Summit. Bueker, Roy. Boonville. Buhrmester, Earl, Norbornc. Buhrmestcr, Robert, Norborne: Physical Education: SNEA: Physical Edllcllllml Club: M Club, Treas.g Sports letter-Cross-Country and Track. Bunselmeyer, Kenneth, Gerald. Burditt, Charles, Mexico. Burford, Craig, lndependence. 7 7. x--, af' +9 ' i 5 s- -as 5, 4-Q f 184 f nfs- A-: x..,x :Ng Q' v ' K-J 11: Y 'K A ir" fp? ll , of no , 1 , , t . I' fr - , tg, ' ' 1- . W I il X X A 1. lg? K1 at , U 'Q 5 . ii, ll W . - f V " "' 'l 3, sf l Eid' , F 1 I -B ' .. A Q , l. 5, :Al As Q-' '7 1 ' ' 'R , I "fav ?'N fm 9-25" TX I gtg cr. 1, I ' N ' xv it P , .1 . 4 r J' lim I E' an t 'Fins 'W5 -Q, Seniors: Bur-Car Burger, Cheryl, Des Moines, lowa. Burke, Mary, St. Louis. Burkhart., Sharon, independence. Burlbaw, Thomas, Jefferson. Burris, Jan, Independence. Burton, Randolph, Sedalia. Bush, Richard, Lawson: Agriculture-Business, Alpha Phi Sigmag Delta Tau Alpha, 'l'reas.g Agriculture Club, Pres.g Prexy Club. Bushie, Mary, Sl. James. Butler, Jacqueline, Sedalia. Butner, Bonita, Slater. Buttram., Thomas, Independence. Butts, Ellen, War- rensburg. Butts, Flavel, Camdenlon. Byassee, Gloria, La Monte. Bynum, Milton, Webster Groves. Byrd, Delores, St. Louis. Byrum, Nancy, Warsaw. Cable, Linda, Independence. Calahan, Paul, inde- pendence. Calder, Claude, Kansas City. Caldwell, Gayle, Ferguson: Elementary Eclucationg Sig- ma Kappa: Association for Childhood Educationg AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council, Seca.: College Union Com- mittee: Ski Club. Caldwell, Timothy, Kansas City. Call. Robert, Chillicothe. Callaway Bonnie, Lawson. Callie, Richard, Hughesville. Calton, Kathryn, Versailles. Calvert, Susan, Kansas City: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice Pres., College Union Committee, Cheerleader. Cameron, James, Kansas City. Campbell. Anim, Kansas City. Campbell, Francis, Russellville. Campbell, Kathy, Kansas City. Campbell, Lyman, Kansas City. Campbell, Murry, Versailles. Campbell, Thomas, lndependence. Campbell, Vicki, Warrensburg. Candida, Toni, Sl. Louis: CWENS, Vice Pres.: Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Phi Deltag Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cnrres. Sec. Canlield, Allen, Rich Hill. Carder, Constance, Orrick. Carder, Ronald, Excelsior Springs. Carleton, Walter, Kansas City. Seniors: Car-Com Carlson, Sharon, Ruytown. Carney, Russell, Urich. Carolia, Sam, Kansas City. Carroll, Gregory, St. Louis. Carroll, Margaret, Amoret. Carroll, Treva, Kansas City. Carter, Charles, War- rensburg. Carter, Karen., Warrensburg. Carter, Ken, Monticello, lowa. Carter, Stanley, Drexel: Mathematics: Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pres.: Sigma Zeta: Prexy Club. Casey, Mary, Boonville. Chamberlin, Nancy, St. Louis. Chambers, Nancy, Independence. Chapman, Karen, Independence. Cheatham, John, Sl. Clair. Chestnut, Olcn, Trimble: Mathematics: Sigma Zeta: Phi Sigma Pig Society of Physics Students. Childs, Linda, Tina. Chrisman, Janice, Clinton: Interior De- sign: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Rec. Sec.: UMOC.Christian- son, Neil. Christopher, Karen, Jamcsport. Cissna, joy, Kansas City. Clark, David, Sumner. Clark, Kathy, Plattsburg. Clark, Larry, Adrian. Clark, Robert, Lenexa, Kan. Claxton, Tony, Centralia. Clay, Susan, St. Louis: Office Administration: Alpha Omicron Pi, Treas.: Alpha Phi Delta: Todd Hall, Rec. Sec.: College Union Com- mittee: CWENS. Clayton, Dorothy, Monroe. Click, William, Camdenton. Clifhon, Larry, Warrensburg. Cobb, Deborah, Kansas City. Cobb, Nora, Archie. Coburn, Ronald., Chillicothe. Cochran., Harry, Milan. Cole, Brenda, Kansas City. Cole, Carol, St. Louis. Cole., Kelvin, Grand Island, Neb. Collins, Connie, Columbus, Neb. Collins, Donna, Kansas City. Combs, Billie. 1--9 nn -51 on -4 v T? -f-'s 3 'li v-1 fgeaf II! bu: fu-.ron ,,.,A 'fgf fx qv 43+ -c IL + , M I r w , Hn K I 1 t -1 X ,-v WE 1 -it C. Y gi? ii, 186 'D Ct? 5 5' ' Nl.: 1 'J . 5 Ni, , ' A 'Iv In 91, t 97 i ll fe' c Al: . ., 1 6 - nb' f jaw 0' I' . I I 5 2 61' ffl J! 5 2-51 4-is , .we 51" N. .X 1 rn r- X I 1- 1. 1, ' elif N?' as H. ,,.:w. , , , ,.. ,. ,I 5 I :lu 1' ,. l. ,. 5 ww. so 7- I dm- ....,. ...v A--il lf. . H"ZU NIEIIJSE' ':i???f! H -me 'ut Y ,' w rllvifllll L v w 31 M ' 1 vw 1 if "' J if' 1.3. V. ' ,X 'J I: X, , Tn f- 4, ,, . -sw. 1' ,lj P' 'Q 1 it iii ' 3 'Q 1? ,- '19 N. ,ex am .cs- fu? ,.. -f'7 187 Seniors: Con-Dal Conkle, jeffrey, Cameron. Conn, Richard, Kaiser. Cook, Kathryn, Uriah. Cook, Lois, Butler: Home Ev:- onomics-Dietetics: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Omicron Phi. Cook. Roger, Montrose: Marketingg Newman Club: ASIA. Cooper, Barbara, Weaubleau. Cooper, Carl, Chilli- cothe: Accounting: American Chemical Society: Account- ing Club, Treas. Cooper,-Connie, Sedalia. Cooper, Joyce, Chillicothe. Corbett, Stanley, Independence. Cornell, James, Butler. Corpcning, David. Correll, Brian. Corum, Richard, Warrensburg. Cosllgan, Michael, Oak Grove. Cothcrn, Linda, Edwards. Coulson, Barbara, Inde- pendence. Covey, Dennis, Bridgeport: Safety Education: Tau Kappa Epsilon: M Club: Sports letter-Football. Cox, Bonnie, Brownington. Cox, Stanley, Sedalia: Po- litical Science: Prexy Club: Young Republicans, Vice Pres., Pres.: Political Science Club. I Craig, C., Independence. Craig, John, Independence. Craig, Michael, Kansas City. Craig, Patricia, Hardin. Cramer, jack, Sedalia. Crane, Betty, Adair, Iowa. Crane, Juliucn, Eldon: Social Work: CMSC Players: Cosmopolitan Club: AWS Assembly: College Union Committee, Spanish Club. Craven, Cheryl, Odessa: Social Studies: Alpha Gamma Delta, Corres. Sec.: Gamma Theta Upsilong SNEA: Liahonag College Union Committee: Cheerleader: CWENS: Geography Club. Crayton, Christine, Independence. Creason, Mary, Cowgill. Crenshaw, Margaret, lonia: Elementary Education. Crocker, Sue, Clinton. Crowder, Barbara, Kansas City: Elementary Education: SNEA: Newman Club, College Union Committee: Alpha Xi Delta: ACE. Crudginton, Jo, Warsaw. Cundiff, Patricia, Sweet Springs. Cunniff, Maureen, St. Louis. Currie., Sharron. Curry, Judy, Manchester. Curtin, Richard, Ashland, Mass. Dale, I-loward, Sheldon. Seniors: Dam-Dew Darneron, Sharon, Leeton: Vocational Home Economics: Kappa Omicron Phi: Cohecon. Daugherity, James, Sumner. Daugherty, Marsha, Kansas City: Physical Education: SNEA: PEM Club: Nickerson Hall, Treas. Davidson, Carl. Davidson, Mark, Diamond Bar, Calif. Davidson, Mary, Clinton. Davidson, Richard, Ray- lown. Davidson, Thomas, Carrollton. Davis, Deborah, Kansas City. Davis, Calcn, Warsaw. Davis, Jeanine, Montgomery: Vocational Home Eco- nomics: Lutheran Group: Kappa Omicron Phi: Colhc- con. Treas.: Collegiate 4-H Club, Treas., Sec. Davis, Joyce. Davis, Mary, Clinton: English-Applied Arts: SNEA: English Club: Newman Club: German Club. Davis, Michael, Eldon. Davis, Michael, Utica. Davis, Richard, Raytown: Music Education: Band: Music Educators National Con ference: Marching Ban d. Davis, Russel, Keytesville. Davis, Shadrack, Poplar Bluff. Davison, Vernon, Kansas City. Dawson, Linda. Day, Charles, Kansas City. Deal, Michael, Warrensburg. Deal, Sherry, Raytown. Dean, Gary. Dean, Jayne, Mexico. Dean, Vicky, Osceola. DeArmond, Carolyn, New Leb- anon, Ohio. Deerberg, Darrell, Clarance, Iowa. DeFoe, Kathy, Independence: Elementary Education: SNEA: Association for Childhood Education. Dchn, Tommy., Deepwater. Deike, Sandra, Independence. Delany, William. Den- hart, Douglas. Den-Hartog, Dennis. Denney, James. Dennis, Carolyn, Clinton. Dellouse, Billie, Holden. Dersham, Thomas. Desmond, Gregory, Marshall. DeWitt, Larry, Sedaliaz Commercial Art: Phi Sigma Pi: Newman Club: Professional Art Club. 1 4? f f: 51- K. lt ,al ..... Y A - , iiggliuw 4 Qili gg A - 4. ,FQ - w -"".-. . ' , if lg '---' 1 f ' .-,:g.:g5: V V ,Fr 'J' 'ji ,lf f. " ,ff i .Q - ' n no ,:g.: 5: P' , ' U , 1 A ' L.. , 'E .--.fn f.. xr-Q. .' ..,, X w.f,, v 1. - on 4. l .f , , . if 41 l H-, ' :, Q . HM' l Him ,ggi 1: . v l s . 1. .3 Jr sl , Ut .1 ' 'J . ia, 1 1,5 I ru viz? s'g., s ln.. --5: 1 f-a fv- fx , . ,. .1 ilu .-'N fn . ,H . M L'-4.. . 4 'v 1 i x , 'I' V A ,, 1 L' E- 5 V, -2- '1' 54 4 :Z ' iii 1 - .j , ,I fy! .Iv Ei ' ' . ' ,V I , ..- sv- C -C .-f. Ls, av j -' gf.,-.f.',L-i: ,.,,, -,.- .,,-, ....,,:, . 4'--- -4" .. 'x us V tif tl f A 'Ds L c' -4' , '. ' 1 ' Q.. A., .-sv .. ,,2:'1?i3,.Y,'1, 1, r V Ji" if , i sf .11 K. fv- 7 C 189 Seniors: Die-Egg Dick. Danny. Diekonshcets, Donna, Independence. Dickey, Billy, Garden City. Dickson, Deborah, Kansas City. Dicckmnnn, Lcona, Napoleon. Dicfl-ndorf, Larry, Otterville. Dinkins, Sharon, Pe- culiar. Dittnlan, Linda, Sedalia. Doctor, Abbas, Warrenshurg. Dodson, Michael, Blue Springs. Doncgan, Michael, Kansas City. Dnolcy, Delores. Dooley., jackie-, Carrollton. Dorner, Donna., Bogard. Drape-r, Bonnie, Independence: Public Relations, Alpha Sigma Alpha, l'res,, Cortes. Sec., Public Relations Club, College Union Cabinet, College Union Committee, Student Activities, Committee, Tan-Tar-A Leadership Conference. Dryer, Carolyn, Higginsville: Business Education: Phi Bela Lambda, SNEA. Ducc, Duane, Maysville. Dudley, Barbara, Jefferson City. Dudley, Ruth, Warrensburg. Duncan., Larry, Purdin. Duncan, Patricia, Wheeling. Duncan, Paula, Olathe, Kan.: Social Work, Alpha Gamma Delta, SCA Senate, SGA Executive Council, College Union Committee, SCIC, COSWAP. Dunford, Karen, Lexington, SNEA, College Union Committee, L'Allianc1-: Francaise. Durham, Charles, Mexico. Durham, Diana, Buckner. Dwyer, James., St. Charles. Eastman, James, Blue Springs: Accounting: Accounting Club, Soccer Club, Pres., Rugby Club. Eaton, Sharon. Ebcrsold, Janifer, Union Star. Eckenbcrgcr, David, Eldon: Biology. Eckhoff, Barbara, Concordia. Eckhoff, Erwin, Cole Camp. Eckhoff, Larry, Cole Camp. Eckinger, Steve, Independence. Ecton, John, Kansas City. Edmondson, Carol, Sedalia: Elementary Education, SNEA: ACE, College Union Committee. Edwards, Lizabclh, Oltcwillez Elementary Education, Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: ACE, Sec. Edwards, Nancy, Hamil- ton: Vocational Home Economics, Sigma Kappa, SNEA, SGA Senate: AWS Assembly, College Union Committee. Eggers, Janet, Emma: Elementary Education, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Kappa, SNEA, ACE, Pres., Vice Pres., Prexy Club, Tassels, Treas. Seniors: Ehl-Fei Ehlc-r., Mary Ann, Lexinlon: Marketing: College Union Committee: AMA. Eichvlbcrger, Miller, Kansas City. Eiehhorn, Sharan, Pilot Grove. Eichman. Patricia, ln- dependence: Elementary Education: Cosmic Theatre: lNTERl'LAY ll'lAGAZlNE5 SCA. Eicltllnff, Ronald Eidson, Stephen, Roach. Eiff-rl, Elaine, Lincoln. Eielcr, Janet, Kansas City: Recreation: Alpha Phi Delta: Delta Zeta, Pres.: Prexy Club: M.S.R.S. Eislvr, Robert, Kansas City: Drafting Te-cllnolDZYi Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres., Parl.: IFC, Sec: industrial Arts Club: Prexy Club: Liahona: SGA Senate: College Union Calzi' net: College Union Committee. Ellursit-ck, Ju-rry, ,len- nings: Wrestling. Ellis, Deborah. Ellis, Jeremy, Warrensburg. Ellis. Karen, Humeston, Iowa. Ellis. Kirk, Harding. Elwl-ll, Daria, Warrensburg. Elwell, Dennis, Independence. Ennis. Michael, Corder: Agriculture: Delta Tau Alpha, Vice Pres.: Agriculture Club, Vice Pres. Engle-brcrht, ,Io-nnift-r, Oak Grove. Engolbrecl, Earl. Enloc, Leslie, Independence. Enos, Francis, Adrian. Ervin, Ellen. Grandview. Es- chenback, jimmy, Norborne. Eshelman, janet, West Des Moines. Iowa. Evans. john. Plattsburg. Evans, Sandra. Eveland, David, Des Moines, luwa: Recreation: College Union Committee: M.S.R.M.S., Vice Pres., Treas. Eva-rard, Susan, Kansas City. Ewing, Vickie, Urich. Falco, Kathryn, Independence. Fallen, Jerome, Kansas City: Marketing: Sigma Pi. Treas.: IFC: AMA: Veterans Club. Fann, Paul, lnde- pendence. Fann, Raymond. Faris, Robert, Richmvml- Farr., Deborah, Westline: Elementary Education: Alpha Omicron Pi: Alpha Phi Delta: A.C.E.: Prexy Club: Religious Life Council: UCCF: CWENS. Farris, Patricia, Boonville. Fecht, Darby., Fehrman. Robert, Ferguson. Fein, Dale, Carrolton. Fritz, Don. Carrolton. -K-,eq . - . ,wt -F x -. 'F' .M 1:2 ' ' -1, :.- 'I' rv RF' if 'Elf df -, ,, Y. iv. . ' P "Q " -"i LFP 5 '9- "V an-m 4-1 PF' v--5 5 . Q-f , I, 191 "TW 9 6 'B 1-- J Seniors: Fen-F ru Fennel, Richard, Fulton. Ferguson, Kathy, Indepen- dence. Fetter, Linda, Lexington. Figg, Harold, Hale. Fileccia. joseph. Fillinger, Gerald, Sedalia. Fimple, Janet, Kansas City. Finn, Robert, Independence. Fischer, Jerry, Tipton. Fischer, Paula, Sweet Springs. Fisher, Judy, Independence: Physical Education: Delta Psi Kappa: PEM Club: WRA. Fisher, Stephen, Kansas City. Fitterling, Sarah. Fixer, William, Warrensburg. Flemming, Tim, Avoca, Iowa. Flesch, Nancy, Higginsville: Business Education: Kappa Della Pi: Phi Beta Lambda: SNEA. Flowers, Michelle. St. Louis. Foerlsch, Joseph, Kansas City. Ford, David. Forniss, Clinton, St. Louis. Forrest, Sharron, St. Louis. Forsee, Linda, Inde- pendence: Elementary Education: SGA, Sec.: INTER- PLAY Literary Club: Cosmic Theatre. Fossey, Robert, Kansas City. Foster, Marlin, I-Iarrisonville. Fowler, jill, Maysville. Fox, Terry, Ferguson. Francis, Billy, Whiteman A.F.B. Franke, Jana, Sedalia. Franken, jacqullne, Clarks- burg. Franks, Kathy. Windsor. Frasier, james, Hardin. Freeman, Colleen, Kirkwood. Frey, Henry. Flick, James, Union: Accounting: Ac- counting Club, Vice Pres. Fridley, Norvel, Windsor. Friel, John, Baden, Pa. Fritts. Leslie, Amsterdam. Frock, Billy, Brookfield. Frownfelter, Becky, Sedalia: Elementary Education: SNEA: ACE: Prexy Club: Alpha Xi Delta. Fruen., Norma, Beaufort. Seniors: Fue-Gor , if Fuehring, Linda, Sweet Springs: English: Alpha Omi- ' qs 1 cron Pig Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Tau- A " Delta: SNEAg Honors Program: Tassels. Fuhr, Leo, Bruymer. Fulk, Emma, Cameron. Funk, Richard, 3, Kansas City. Furrey, Huh, Warrcnsburg. v , 1 ' .,,,, -,V X . ... , , .- ..EH , 4? 1 I . . . . "if ,,, int. Gabriel, Janice, Bolivar. Gaines, James, Warrens- as fl 45. burg. Gann, David, Centerview. Cant, Daniel, Otterville. ,. Z ' V, Garcia, George. K 1 XA, , U Gardner, Ginger, St. Joseph. Gash, Tom. Gates, Dwight, Independence. Gawedzinski, Marcin, St. Louis. G4-belein, Donna, Affton. Ge-hner, Phillip, Rosebud. Go:-nge, Jean, Camdenton: Business Education, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Della Pig College Union Committee: THE RHETOR. George, Linda, Iberia. Gerke, Elizabeth, Scdalia. Gerke, Kenneth, Pilot Grove. Gfeller, Steve, Kansas City. Christ, Alta, Kansas, City. Gibbons, jean, St. Louis. Gibbs, Charlotte., ln- dependence. Gibson, Robert, S.C. cams, Gist, Delta, Sigma Yeater Linda, Hermann. Ginther, Jeanette, Chillicothe. Mary, Wheatland: Mathematics: Alpha Lambda Histg Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi, Hist: Zeta, Vice Pres., SNEA: Prexy Clubg South Hall, Rec. Sec., Pres., Honors Program: Tassels, Hist.g Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Glasseock, Glynnes, Newburg. Gleason, Dorothy, Se- dalin: French: Psychology Club, L'Alliance Francaise. Glenn, W'illie, Kansas City. Goddard, Patricia, Northwood, Iowa. Goetz, David, Wanenshurg. Goetz, Gail, Kirkwood. Gooch, Wanda, Sedalia. Goodnight, Yvette, Chillicothe. Goodwin, Michael. Goosen, Linda, Richmond. Gordon, Deanna, lndepen- dence. Gordon, Thomas, Sl. Louis, ins ? f:" '? ' .f ' M ' -A . .,.im5' .., , ., . . fl - ' lvl," Y gg 75. k -,nt , , yy. , A rl ...away 'Y Y 1 ,. wr.-...a . . .ye W: . X M Y K , u' wx , l' , H l l 4 ' 3 C :A A . at f I . 1-2: ' ' f 242, X .- s.. ' 'uv asf K r eg Q rv- ?-' .Y 'ii sn ik -U fr In uf, v 1 1 mf? is .. 4 f f A :E4f'fY,:, ' nv-. r Nil, ae, , V K , .4 H M A z 6 S P l Q., ll 1 l . 1 fm ., at to " A '- j Yu 4-qv an do ,-. 'afar 5- fs Q 2 s X , t .ji Illia .W L K ' f ff q. . Tuff' ' ' U ,. .- 33 ' Mill.. ' 'f ...il QQ! ' qw .. fmt, H , Wil TT 1 r "ni',. JW, ' l gf, eu or . FT 5- . .-1 n , ' a r" 5 3+ 'Nix .X m it r' N4 f w l + ' .lil Im, f H 'px ll, 5.1. .r I tl, lil' .L 1' ' vi, .r- ,H K, , V I . f Seniors: Cor-Har ,. .H Ti" Y, 1. " .FJ '- ' . -'ff .rr . 4- ' pg ' an Cort-, Felicia, Grandview. Core, llelen. Corsctt, Ter- ' V T-if ramen-, Excelsior Springs. Graaf, Stephen, Urich. '. U, , . U Grafton, Joyce, Kansas City. N " if ' ., ' ' ,gfnvfx l ' . A, - E It .4 .Xa X-. X Grant, Mary, Clinton. Graves, James, Raytown. Cray, Ki-nl, Strlienectntly, New York. Grayson, Daniel, Wurrunslyurg. Greene, 'l'l1omas, Massapequa, New York: Law Enforcement. Crt-gory, Cary. Serlalia. Crt-gory, Sarah, Oakland, Iowa. Grindstaff, Philip, St. Louis. Crizzwn-ll., David, Butler: Biology: Beta Beta Beta, Pres.: Sigma Zeta: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Proxy Club: College Union Committee: Biology Club. Gross, John, Independence. R t.. ,Pix .keityl i " 'iff' Gross, Paul, Corcler. Grubc, James, Pleasant Hill. ' Crush, Rt-ba, Wenubleau. Cuhera, James, Kansas City. '7 l Guidali, Arlene., Medway, Mass. Cuingur, Mary, St. Louis. Guinn, Marlin, Knob Knoster. Cumpcr, Calvin, Hermann. Gumper, Mildred, Hermann. Guss, Mcrylinc, Harrisonville: Art Educa- tion: SCIC: Ari Club. Ilagedorn, Mary. Ilagedorn, Ronald, Glasgow. ling- gard, Gary, Oak Grove. llail, john, St. Louis. llaincs, Jack, Slater. ' 2-Y'-' ' 'E ,X am- - l , . i ' :l.- Haldiman, Burnt-ll, Warrensburg. llallcr, Karen, fa -537, Raytown: Physical Education: Alpha Omicron Pi. I' . . llaller, Michael, Warrensburg. llamed, Faisal, Me- : -- -'- 3 dina, Saudi Arabia: Law Enforcement and Chemistry: l ,VE ,f , 4- : 1 :?i?i,2 if -5- SGA Senate: International Club: Organization of Arab "--It .. "', Students, Vice Pres. llnmm, Leroy, Bucklin. I. l 1 J 1 Ji P tv ' dill 4 ' 1 hifi-'Ei' 1: , 1' ei, llnmpton, Jon, Oak Grove. Hancock, Steven, Holden. Ilunsel, Nancy, Carrollton: Elementary Education: Al- pha Gamma Delta: SNEA: ACE. Harbison, Karen, Maplewood: Office Administration: Phi Beta Lambda: SGA Senate: College Union Committee: Alpha Xi Delta, Vice Pres.: SAM. Ilardwick, Vicki, North Kansas City: Mathematics and Business Education: SNEA: WRA: Prexy Club: AWS Assembly: Nickerson Hall, Pres. Seniors: Har-Her Harmon, Colleen, Kansas City. Harmon, Michael, Knob Noster. Harmon, Ronald, Knob Noster. Harms, David, Higginsville. Harnetl, Carolyn, Raytown. Harper, Carol, Gravois Mills. Harper, Debbie, Ham- ilton. Harrell, Stephen, Kansas City. Harris, Gary, Prairie Home, Harrison, James, Windsor. Hari-od, Barbara, St. Louis. Harryman, Debbie,Kan- sas City: Elementary Education: Sigma Kappa: Pan- hellenic Council: ACE: College Union Committee. Har. sch, Judith, Sedalia. Harshbarger, Dolores, Jefferson City. Harl, john, Ft. Scott, Kansas. Hari, Linda, Mexico. Hartmann, George, Salisbury. Harvalin, Edward, St. Louis. Hang, Larry, Harrison- ville. Hawkins, Bruce, Parkville. Hawkins, Gloria, Independence. Hawkins, Michael, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hawkins, Michael, Sedalia. Haynes, Joseph, Kansas City: Safety Education: Tau Kappa Epsilon: M Club: Physical Education Club: Sports letter- Baseball. Haynes, Karen, Kansas City: Social Studies: Alpha Gamma Delta: CWENS: THE RHETOR: Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. Haynes, Larry, Higginsville. I-learn, Barbara, 0'Fal- lon. Heath, Vernon, Fulton. Hedley, Dennis, Brentwood: Marketing: Phi Sigma Pi, Treas.: IFC: Delta Chi, Sec.: AMA. Heer, William, Sedalia. Hegg, Kathleen, California. Heilmann, Lillian, Mar- shall. Hein, Diane, Chillicothe. Heins, Karen, Higgins- ville. Heistcrberg, Leslie, Cole Camp. Helmlinger, William, Bremer, Indiana: German: Alpha Phi Sigma: Prexy Club: German Club, Pres.: Honors Program: Beta Sigma Psi, Correa. Sec.: Lutheran Stu- dent Assembly, Pres. Henderson, Dennis, Sedalia: El- ementary Education: Young Republicans: THE STU- DENT. Henderson, Wanda, St. Ann. Henry, Walter, Windsor. Herman, Rudy, Kansas City. Seniors: Her-Hun Herndon, Miehual, Marshall. Herrmann, Debra, Sedalia. Hess, David, Orrick. Hill, Sandra, Yndepen- dence. Hill, Thomas, Independence. Hilhrenner, Valerie, Sweet Springs. Ililhurr, jerry, lndependence. llilgcdiek, Don. Himcs, Donald, Clin- ton. llindmon, Linda, St. Louis: Elementary Educav tion: Delta Sigma Theta: ABC. Hinnah, Stanley, Gilliam. Hinton, Phyllis, Indepen- dence. Hintz, Virginia. Hiskey, David, Chillicothe. Hooker, Elaine, Warrensburg. llocksmith, Marlena, Windsor. Hoefer, Sharon, Hif- Gnsville. Ilofsettcr, William, Tipton. Hokail, Mo- hammed, Riyath, Saudi Arabia: Political Science: Or- ganization of Arab Students. Holden, john, Blue Springs. llolford, Richard, St. Charles. Holsten, Linda, Con- cordia: Education and Chemistry: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Zeta: American Chemical So- ciety: SNEA. Homan, Margie, Warrensburg. Hop- kins, Carolyn, Des Moines, Iowa. Hopkins, Char- lotte, Sedalia. Hough, Michael, Holden. Houk, Donna, Browning- tun. Houk, Nancy, Blaitstown. Howell, Joseph, Kansas City. Hucker, David, St. Louis. Huff, W'illiam, Sugar Creek, Huffman, Van, Kansas City. Hughes, Dean, Kansas City. Hughes, Melvin, Kansas City: Wildlife Biol0gYS Outing Club, Pres. Hughes, Susanne, Knob Noster. Huhman, Dianne, Tuscumbia. Huhmann, Wilbert, Tipton. Hull, Janet, Independence. Humphrey, Ronald. Hunt, Smart, St, Louis. Seniors: Hun-J on Hunter, Lynna. Hurley, Martha, Overland: Vocational Home Economicsg Sigma Kappag Colhecon. lluskisson, Sandra, Lexington. Hutchings, Laura, Latour. Hut- son, Sherry, Peculiar. Hyde, Ronald, Bridgetun. Ingram, Palrica, Butler. Israel, Gary, Independence. Jackson, Betty, Raytown. Jackson, Twyla, Buckner. Jackson., Wiade, Nevada. Jacob, Judith, St. Louis. James, Arthur, Independence: Geography: Gamma Theta Upsilong Geography Club. Janota, Ronald. Lan- sing, lll. Jenkins, Kathy, Independence: Elementary Educationg Center Singersg Cosmic Theatre, Treas. Jensen, Jacqueline, Kansas City. Jeraihan, Sulaimnn, Saudi Arabia. Jett, Carl, Owensville. Jewell, Wanda, Kingston: Physical Educntiong Alpha Gamma Deltag Physical Education Clubg PEM Club. Jimmerson, Gwen- dolyn, Kansa City: Psychology Club: Newman Clubg Fitzgerald Hall, Vice Pres: ABC: Delta Sigma Theta, Vice Pres. Johannigmeier, Jerry, Appleton City. Johnson, Ben- jamin, Raylown. Johnson, Betty, Kansas City. John- son, Catherine, Oak Grove. JoI1nson,Charlotte. Johnson, Cheryl, Warrensburg. Johnson, Dewey. Johnson, Ernest, Omaha, Neb. Johnson, Janice. Kansas City. Johnson, Jean, Kansas City. Johnson, Melvin, Sl. Louis. Johnson, Michael, Kansas City. Johnson, Patricia, Odessa. Johnson, Paul, Gare den City. Johnson, Robert, Warrensburg. Johnson, Susan, Independence. Jones, Dale, Utica. Jones, Dessa, Independence. Jones, Gary, Sedalia. Jones, John. .tin 31 sg' ,4 ,. 5 I - 'ix 523 fi '45, mf I Mi, . sf-,V . .K . It .I ,Va :Hs l,.'J!'s.!5fE?l yy ' ' -1 , 5: fy - I -will-.'f',1. 'r '1- .,, A ,.:- ' Q 1 ,,.,,.1 1 y' ' L N 'QL msg f, ,N it i, 0 " N ' -"il . , - - iii I .. V..: 1 , X ' y Z. ni' "1 4 ."t"1l'1: n ot r fi", lx :il I fs, 9 ' ,rrp ,Y I, x I I i 1 , , -vw . t n lf- L, ' -I t -id-f 'fx : 1453-, , LTL, 3. ,- ,. ' f' ' 4 . . f ' . 1 .A ob, 'Q'Y'l 'f ' 'L if "sy f If -Juv. ,s F NP- -'. . ,':. -5 -. x. . 1 '? 'V 9535 W I, ilrv... , If ,""'r ' ,E 4. , lifl bif' - . 'v-73' I Tet., ,L 'J r 'il' Q 4, lg' ll sa ' YM Wil E31 uf -.Lf lf'i ,.ijv Fw, AH L s JL U . .4 ' I Qtr ill' P " I 59 lr 11 , .al , rw ' 4-P My E, i""'L 'ig Q-., , ' , flu H I J Q .fl 1, : 't f QE ff sf , 5 'W is 3 Q9 4 1 , X If 1' Ju ,vb 1 . l .J ,. ,Tig Y., 1 " H' I 5' Seniors: ,Ion-K10 Jones, Patricia. Jones, Patricia, Clinton: English: English Club: Band: Chorus: CEMOST: Honors Pro- gram: Organization of Arab Students, Sec. Jones, Sherry, Kingsville: Elementary Education: SNEAg ACE: BSU. jordan, Linda, Kansas City. Jorgensen, Martin, Independence. Kahlc, Roger. Kamphocfncr, Paul, Defiance. Kap- pclman, Gwendolyn, LaMnntc. Karg, Gary, New Market, Iowa. Kasper, Risdan, Kirkwood. Katahara, Ann, Wailuku Mani, Hawaii. Kauffman, Lynne, Independence. Kaullcn, Gary, Lexington. Kays, Brenda, Leeton. Keck, James, Oak Grove. Keeler, Douglas, Sedalia. Keeton, Hattie, Lexington. Keirsey, Keith, Butler. Kcisker, Gary, Warrensburg. Kell, Richard. Scdalia. Kelley., Larry, Lee's Summit. Kelley, Linda, Sedalia: Psychology: Independent Womcn's Association: Psychology Club, Pres.: Prexy Club: College Union Committee: SCIC. Kelly, Paula, Marshall. Kemmerer, Jean, Independence. Kenna, Gail, St. Elizabeth. Kcphart, Marcia, Hazelwood. Kephart, Rachel, Kings- ville: Elementary Education: Kappa Delta Pi. Kesler, Renee, Kansas City. Ketchum, Nancy, Calhoun. Ket- chum, Randall, Jefferson City. Kcth, Kathy, Warrensburg. Kincaid, Michael, Cam- denton. Kiniry, Steven, Kansas City. Kinsey, john, Independence. Kirsch, Richard, Carrollton. Klass, Joyce, Tipton: Physcial Education: Delta Psi Kappa, Treas.: PEM Club, Vice Pres.: Newman Club. Klaus, Robert. Klausmcir, John, Higginsville. Klcop- pcl, Joyce, Norborne. Kloppe, Wayne, New Haven. Seniors: Kni-Lem Knipp., Jack, Tipton. Knipp, Jon, Grandview: Psy- chnlngy-Souiologyi Psychology Club: Young Republicans, Trcas.: Chorus: Psi Chi, Treas.: AMS Assembly. Koch, Marilyn, Chamois. Koch, Rolwrt, Sl. Louis. Kohout, Edward, Waynesville. Koslro, Cheryl, Dittmer. Kolowicz, Cassimir, Centrnlia. Kramer, tlarolyn, Wentzvillez Elementary Education: SNEA: Prexy Club: SGA Senate: AWS Assembly: Ju- diciary Bourd, See.: Yeater Hall, Pres.: AWS, Vice Pres., Pres.: Student Activities Committee. Krammc, Kenneth, Union. Krause, David, Concordia. Kreissler, Wanda, Colden City. Kropp, Eberlmrcl, Sedulia. Kruse, Stanley, Norlmnnc. Krut, Rob:-rt, Massapequa, N.Y.: Law Enforcement. Kuhlman, Jerry. Kullman, Realha, Lincoln. Kunard, Patricia, Let-'s Summit: Physical Education: Della Psi Kappa, Sec.: PEM Club: Intramural Council. Luhar., Janice, Kansas City. Lackey, Linda. Ladage, Thomas. Lake, Kenneth, Carrollton: Physical Education and Safety Education: Baptist Student Union: SNEA. Luke, Vicki, Napolean: Elementary Education: SNEA: B.S.U. Lammers, Robert, Boonville: Marketing: AMA. Lan- caster, Vicki, St. Louis. Lane, James, Springfield. Lane, Robert, Whiteman A.F.B. Lang, Donald, Booneville: General Management: SAM: AMA. Langdon, Linda. Lanham, Kathy, St. Joseph. Larivee, Robert, Warren, R.l.: Physical Education: Sigma Pi, Pres.. Vice Pres.: IFC. Sec.: Physical Education Club: Prexy Club : New- man Club. La Rue, William. Latimer, Susan, Kansas City. Laver, Fred, St. Louis. Lawler, Larry, Lowry. Lazer- son, Rochelle, Sedalia. Ledgerwood, Ronald, Versailles. Lee, Donald, Kansas City. Lee, Susan, St. Louis. Lehmann, Karla. Lemon, Janice, St. Joseph. sv- 3' '15,- nr .E .., N rv 1 I V :pe , .1 ft- Seniorss Lev-Mac Levly, Johnnie, I-lume. Lewis, Brenda, Washington: Business Education: Phi Beta Lambda: SNEA: Prexy Club: AWS Assembly: Houts-liosey Hall, Pres. Lewis, Carolyn, Warrensburg. Lewis, Cheryl, Raytnwn. Lewis, Cary, St. Louis: Accounting: Phi Sigma Pi: Accounting Club: College Union Committee: Society for Advance- ment of Management, Vice Pres.: AMS Committee: SCIC. Lewis, James, Kansas City: Economics: Alpha Phi Omega: Phi Sigma Pi: Prexy Cluh: Economics Club, Pres.: Veterans Club. Lewis, Jerry, Oak Grove. Lewis, Kathie, Independence: French: Alpha Omicrnn Pi, Pres.: Alpha Phi Delta, Pres.: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta: Prexy Club: CWENS. Lewis. Slephen, Sedalia. Libbert, Dennis, Hartsburg. Lic-l.u-r, Candace, St. Louis. Limlmck, Thomas, Con- enrtlia. Lindberg, Valerie, Rockhill. Lindsey, Gordon, El Duradu Springs. Lindstrom, Steven, Kansas City: Physical Education: Alpha' Kappa Lambda: IFC: PEM Club. , -1 fn al uw- 2-ref-Y--r - - Q-1 QE A ,gi iw li 1 F! 533,11 Icy: ,vi 1' 9 S: 'L .Q ' Lintner, Larry, Weston. Linville, Jolm, Cole Camp. ' ,Rf ' 5 lil -il? Linville, Laurel, Sezlalia. Liringis, Elizabeth, St. Louis. .- - " 1' 2'14.,'F,- . - ' A . . :L Y nk 2'f5-Fig.. Lloyd. I.arol, St, Louis, VL. , J ' V a. -5:-X4 Q i I if .s ,....-.-.,'+ - 199 Lock, Donald, Carrollton. Lolfrese, Thomas, Floral Park. N.Y. Logan, Nancy, Independence. Logeman, Beverly, Crain Valley: Social Studies: Alpha Gamma Del- ta, Rec. Sec.: Gamma Theta Upsilnn: SNEA: College Union Committee: Geography Cluh. Logslon, Karen, Orrick: Math: Sigma Zeta, Sec.: Sigma Kappa. Lohman, Jerald, Concordia. Long, Alice, DeSoto. Long, Dennis, Marshall: Industrial Arts and Technology: Alpha Kappa Lambda, Sec.: industrial Arts Club. Long, Stanley, St. Charles. Love, Don, Wnrrenshurg. Lowry, john, Wellsville. Loyd, Elizabeth, Jefferson. Luff, Marguerite, Independence. Lyles, Richard, Sednlia. Lynch, Mary, Raytuwn. Lynch, Michael, Sweet Springs: Communications: Pi Kappa Delta, Vice-Pres.: Phi Sigma Pi, Trans.: Debate Team. Lyon, Becky. Lyons, Louis, Buckner. Machen, Thomas, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mack, Brenda, Kansas City. Seniors: Mac-McC MacPherson, Dianc, Independence: Elementary Educa- ti0rl. MacPherson, Michael, Florissant. Madison, Mar- guerite, Kansas City. Magers, Patrick, Independence. Mahoney, Joseph, Warrensburg. Maisel, Dale, Kansas City. Malcy,' David, Independence. Mallett, Ruth, Smithville. Mallicoat, Norman, Indepen- dence. Mallicoat, Wilma, Lee's Summit. Mallin, Joyce, Kansas City. Mallory, Robert, Sedalia. Malone, Michael, Breckenridge. Maloney, Michael, Independence. Maness, Kay, Raytown. Manners, Michael, Independence. Maple, Patricia, Sedalia, Mardis, Catherine, Des Moines, Iowa. Mar. jama, Lorraine, Bridgeton. Marr, Patricia, lndependenceg Public Relationsg Public Relations Club, Pres.: Prexy Club, College Union Cabinet: Cnllege Union Committee: Alpha Xi Delta, Vice Pres. Marshall, Donna, Liberty. Mart:-ns, Roger, Concordia. Mastroianni, Gregg., Florissant. Matthews, Roberta, Independence.1Matlxis, Patricia, Wheaton, Ill.: Elementary Education: SNEAQ SGA Senuteg AWS Assembly. Matuzewskin, Frances. Maty, Allen, Grandview. Maughmcr, Barbara, Kansas City, Gladstone: Elemen- tary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Dclta Pig SNEA, Hist.g ACE, Cortes. Sec, Vice Pres., Pres.g Prexy Club. Maxon, Frances, Independence. Mazar. Cheryl, St. Louis. Mazar, Kevin, Old Lyme, Conn. McAfee, Kenneth, Orrick. McBride, Carl, Florissant. McBride, Deborah, Blue Springs. Mcllancc, Eva, Kansas City. Meiiarroll, Lynne, Independence: Elementary Educa- tion, SNEA: ACE: SGA Cabinet, Sec. Mclflain, Mary, St. Joseph. McClure, Lucinda, Windsor. McConkey, Jeanette, Warrensburg. 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' ,cu :-: 1 ' t " ., -:-:- 35-,gg ,, .t u H ag. s.x . s .. . .1,. . .. Tn, f' wasji. pl , i . vt , f' . l Int, X lr EE -. i A ,- 1 ' , 51,2 gi, . ,, - s .. " :::...: ..,. E . ,.- .f 5 ' ' 201 Seniors: MCC-Mil Ylcliorklu-, Janice, Clinton. Nlcllormick, Sharon, Cmvois Nlillsz Physical l-Itlucation: Dolphins: PEM Club. Mcliullot-li, Bn-vi-rly, Blum- Springs. Nh-Dania-l, Barbara, llamillun. Th-Ilania-l, William, Hamilton. McDonald. Richard. Camdentun. Mclilyca. Dennis, Mclinlirv, Michael, Carrollton. McGhee, Douglas, Ray- town. McGovern, John, Kansas City. McGowan, Dennis, Raytownt Business Administration: 5-KM: Cuntpus Ya-turnns Association. lVlcCown, Edward, Clinton. Nluss. Wlclnlirv, Susan, Appleton City. Nlclicv, N icki. lxitldn-r. Vlclit-vs 4-r, Wlilton. Hanna City, lll. Mc-Ke-lvi-y, liarolinv, Garland, Tr-xas: English and His- tnry: English Cluh: Tllll RHETOR: CEXIOST. Melia-nzia-, Donald, lndcpt-ntlenre. Wlcliinne-y. Sharon, Independence. Mm-Laughlin. Ilan, Independence. llc-Mahill, Annette, St. Clmrl:-s. McMilli-n. Michncl, Windsor: Business-General Manage- ment: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Prexy Club: Young Demo- crats, Pres.: SGA Senate: Student Supreme Court. Chief justice: SAM: AMA. Nlcllrlullin, Barbara, Sedalia: Vo- cational Home Economics: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Omicrun Phi, Sec.: Colhecon: College Union Committee: Tassels: Who's Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges. McNutl, Sharon, Lee's Summit. Meacham, Robert, Peculiar. Mefford, Allen., Windsor. Wlcisvnhcimrr, K1-nnt-th, Pilot Grove. Mcllcr, Donald, Lohman. Melton, ,li-an. Independence. Mcrcurio., Tony, Florissant: Mass-Nletliu: Sigma Pi: lF'C: Young Republicans: Nuwman Club: 'l'Hl-1 RHETOR. Merriol, Carole, Grnvois Mills. Nh-rh-nsme-yn-r. Tlmnms, Carrollton: Agriculture Business: tlphu Kappa Lambda, Pres.: IFC: Prexy Club: Stutlcnl Suprvmu Court. Messick, Sandra, El Dorado Springs. 'llcyq-r, James, Concordia: Agriculture- llusiness: IFC: Prexy Club: Religious Life Council: llonors Program: Beta Sigma Psi. Pres. Mcycr, Johnny, Ottt-rwillt-. llcycr. Roger, Sweet Springs. Michael, Evelyn, Kansas City. Michael, Linda, Welling- ton: Markcting: Alpha Phi Delta, Vice Pres.: AMA. Mil- ler, Belinda, Independence. Miller, Billie, Humansville. Milli-r, Donna, Kansas Cily: Business Education: Alpha Phi Della: Della Zeta: Pnnhellenic Council, Vice Pres.. Pres.: Prcxy Club: College Union Cabinet: College Union Committee: CWENS: Whn's Who in American Univ:-rsitics nnd Colleges. Seniors: Mil-Mun Miller, Nancy, Eldon. Miller, Norman, Carrollton. Miller, Randall, Pleasant Hill. Miller, Richard, Warrcnshurg. Miller, Robert, Sl. Louis. Miller, Robert, Washington. Miller, Ronald, Walton, N.Y. Miller, Ross, Lee's Summit. Miller, Sandra, El- don. Miller, Sharon, Oak Grove: Elementary Education -Music: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Della Pi: ACE: Band: Orchestra: Choir: Chorus. Miller, Warren, Ml. Etna, Iowa. Mills, Paula, Grand- view: Elementary Education: Sigma Kappa: ACE: Col- lege Union Cummittce: Cheerleader. Mills, Peggic, Grandview: Elementary Education: Sigma Kappa, Vice Pres.: ACE: College Union Committee. Mills, Robert, Harrisunville. Millsap, Marilyn, Lcr:'s Summit. Milner, james, Liberty. Minks, Raymond, Collins. Mitchell, Martha, St. Louis. Mitten, lgleedtis. Moel- ler, Corinne. Monk, Linda, Mexico. Moore, Gary, Kansas City. Moore, Joanne, Mindenmines: Elementary Education. Moore, Larry, Kansas City. Moore, Lonnie, Wnrrens- hurg. Moore, Willis, Wellsville. Moran, Billie. Morgan, Frances, Kansas City: Elementary Education: Alpha Sigma Tuu, Vice Pres., Pres.: Panhellenic Council: SNEA: ACE: Prexy Club: College Union Committee. Morice, joseph, Utica, N.Y. Morris, Patricia, Kinloch. Morrison, Stephen, Shenandoah. Morrison, Vickie, Plano, Ill. Mortimeyer, Frances, Kansas City. -Moser, Lois, California. Mott, Bernard, Rockville: Industrial Arts Technician: Gamma Delta: Industrial Arts Club: Beta Sigma Psi. Mott, Byron, Rockville. Mudd, Linda. Mueller, Mi- chele, St. Louis: Biology: Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice Pres.: Beta Beta Beta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Zeta: AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council: CWENS: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Mueller, Stephen, Jefferson City: Computer Science: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Beta Sigma Psi. Munstcrman, Kathy, Montrose. N -as o-.. ""7' or 5 -an- V I J .. N -va - ,.v. 1 .IH I ., . ,fir ', if N 1, . . ,. -as 1 91,5 -4351 .4 3' V sal ,:- - 2155:-sv -1 .1 fs -L fr .I -vb , Y 'N 1 ' x . es 1' -s,-1 , u 1, 315 mNm'm XL, ' r ww, r ww p .,.A J . 0 iifgilill 'mfs ff , r , , fb, .' .5',- f., 5. su .gk , -. , T f-a pry ' ' F f sa, I no .-,Ir lf Y sign rx L 6 ra His- ,ga ' ' "li: -:sf 359 F Q T, 14 Seniors: Mun-Old Munslerman, Ted, Montrose. Murlcy, Patricia, St. Charles. Murphy, Marian, Kirkwood. Murphy, Patricia, Raytown. Murray, Jousph, Barrington, NJ.: Marketing: Sigma Pi, Vice Pres.: IFC: Young Republicans: New- man Club: Rugby Club. Murry, Marilyn, Odessa. Mussman, Lyle, Kansas City. Myers, Flora, Kansas City. Myers, Kevin, Freeman. Myler, James, Marshall: Biology? Outing Club, Vice Pres.: Biology Club, Trens. Nail, John, Kansas City. Neuman, Robert, St. Louis. Neal, Robert, Fulton. Nebergall, Kevin, Tipton, Iowa: English: English Club, Vice Pres. Nehring, Duane, Warrensburg. Nehring, Roberta, Warrensburg. Neier, Charlene, Linn. Nelson, Lynnctte, Sweet Springs. Nernmers, Catherine, Kansas City. Ncwhouse, Robert, Kansas City. Nichols, Cecil, Camden. Nichols, Jo, Kansas City. Nie, Peggy, Belle. Noelko, Mary, Hermann. Nolling, Cheryl, Versailles. Norman, Viola, Knob Noster. Norton, Waynitn, Silex. Novak, Ronald, Raytown. Nuzum, Paul, Ottumwa, Iowa. Oakerson, Jeanie, Pnrkvillu. 0"Bricn, Cathy. 0'Brien, Janet, Baytown: Business Education: Alpha Sigma Alpha: Phi Beta Lambda, Pres.: Prexy Club: SGA Senate: Student Supreme Court: AWS Assembly: Judiciary Council: AMA. 0'Connor, Patrick, Ashland. 0'Dcll, John, Marshall. 0Dell, Martha, Blue Springs. 0"Dell, Patti, Rayville. Oehring, Robert, Rockville. Oelting, Paul, Concordia. Ohlemeycr, Ervin, St. Charles. Olde, Michael, Lce's Summit. Seniors: ld-Pet Oldham, Suzanne, Clinton. Olendorff, Carol, Kansas City. Unstot, Gregory, Lake View, Iowa. Opfcr, Larry, Higginsville, Uppenhcim, Richard, Brentwood: Physical Education: Lambda Chl Alpha, Vice-Pres.: lnterfraternily Council: Physical Education Club: SGA Senate: Student Supreme Court. Oppermann, Curtis, Knob Noster. Ortnleyer, Juanita. Oswald, Eslil, Blackwater. Otis, Maynard. Ott, Paul, Mayview. Otte, Jane, Clarinda, lown. Otto, Richard, Bridgton. Utlen, Lawrence, Sl. Clair: General Management: New- man Club: Society for Advancement of Management: Campus Veterans Association. Owen, Paula. Owens, Diane, Clayton. New Jersey. Owens, Myra. Page, Jesse, Rushville: Industrial Arts: Theta Chi: IFC: Industrial Arts Club: SNEA: Physical Education Club: M Club: Prexy Club: Young Democrats: SGA Executive Council: College Union Cabinet: College Union Committee: Sports Letter, Track: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Page, Kathy, Smithton. Painter, Michael, Liberty. Park, Marilyn, Greenwood. Parker, Charles, Mexico. Parke-r, Nicholas, Warsaw. Parker, Roddy, Warrensburg. Parks, Chastain, Smith- ville. Parks, Patricia, Clinton: Elementary Special Education: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA: ACE: SCIC: SCEC. Parks., Philip. Parrish, William, New Monmouth, New jersey: Law Enforcement: Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Tau Kappa Epsilon: IFC: AMS Assembly. Patrick, ,lacque- line, l.aMonte. Patton, Martha, Higginsville. Paul, Rhonda, Kansas City. Payne, Janet. Payson, Nancy, Carrollton. Payton, Beverly, Kansas City. Payton, Ronald, Fort Leonard 'Wood. Pearson, Gary, Chillicothe. Joy, St. Pemberton, Mary, independence. Pengra, Charles: Physical Education: Sigma Kappa: Orchesis: PEM Club: CMSC Modern Dancers, Pres.: Team. Peters, Stephen, Gallatin. Peters, Peterson, James, Rich Hill. Gymnastic Virginia. 1 . 8 m r ,l 1, tl- up,-. rr .Xia ,E -H A Q 1 ,. ll ' X xfs af", 20 'bt 4. ,. 4 asap. S.,- ' x '57 "mi f 1 J if ,is sf- ' l l N vt 4' .. - si A, 1 1 L., l. -i-fav, p , , at ki- 1 W? v., W 9' ' 'iff 'E il QP '- V J- ig. - - i re, . sf' --' 3 -X S , : 2 . X , -1 , I l ,,y :'l M W vw 'G .a H' 17- qx a sei.. rf- ' ' -,L-5 . . " 14 f gig! 5. 16:7 G :wifes 4' , X 4 I 1 Q .ww Li .1 4 g"ll'JLl ' NH ' ' fgkvfi '- 4' V! u 'A 21:2-is A Q ti, . . Q 1 is Q ,Q QA Q Us rd, fi-is '-. T? X 1 wr .f-x fl!- ....:.. g,- -v xdit , tb, in ,X 1 -if , A j in if I .' w... '-it "'?', W. H tu i ww m-H, V it it w L 1 ' .. "'? :E 'wg - V., ,ij if I , i 55 " , X 1 , " gs: -.W v .,f.,:?. . H ,.5j ... l 7 - '21, . ' ' , ji fe r- . .. Q -4 ' -J ,tt ' 'fn 'ii 'JL K. . 51 . . A sz. Seniors: Pet-Ram Pt-ttut, Alan, Independence. Pharm-5, Stephen, Moores- ville. Phillips, Tl-rry, Svdnlia. Pivrrv, Carroll, Sl. Clair. Pilanl, Mary, Urich. Pipkin, Michael, St. Louis. Pitman. Bruce, Hamilton. Pittman, Annzlluis, independence. Pills, Marilyn. Purse, Richard. Pnggi, Christine, Whiteman A.F.B. Poisnl, Virgil. Porter, Arnold, Levittown, Pa. Purtwood, Alla-n, War- rensburg. Pottcbaum, Agnes. Hermann. Potter, Kay, Kansas City. Potter. Samui-l, Newllurg. Powell, Gayle, llaytown: English: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma, Vice Pres.: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta, Historian: Prexy Club: BSU, Sec.: THE RHETOR, Editor: llonors Program: Tassels. Powc-ll, Karon, Fayette: Vocational Home Economics: Kappa Omi- cron l'hi, Pres., and Regional Chairman: Prexy Club. Powells, Karla, St. Louis: Physical Education: Panhel- Icnic Council: SNEA: PEM Club: Prexy Club: ABC: Delta Sigma Theta, Pres., Rec. Sec. Powers, Thomas, Boonville. Prater, De-nnis, Centraliu. Prussly, Judith, Lee's Summit. Prcttyman, Rnbl-rl,, Harrisonville. Prcwl-tl, Sandra, Ncwburg. Pri-wilt, William, Lee's Summit: Industrial Arts And Technol0gY: Industrial Arts Club: SNEA. Price, Janet, Kansas City. Price, Jon, Skokie, Illinois. Privitt, Pa- lricia, New Franklin. Proffitt, Bobby, Richmond. Proffitt, Dennis, Glendale: Marketing: Phi Sigmn Pi: Young Republicans: American Marketing Association of Men Students, Vice Pres: Delta Chi. Proffitt, James, Richmond. Puckett, jamieo, St. Lmlis. Purvis, Paul, Pleasant Hill. Qucar. Marcia, Kansas City: Psychology: Sigma Sigma Sigma: College Union Cabinet: Psi Chi: Alpha Kappa Della. Rabius, Linda, Mayview. Radtlu-, Thomas, Brook- field. Ragan, Linda, Independence. Raines, Michael, Nelson. Rambow, Frederick, Lincoln. Seniors: Ram-Rob Rnmcy, Michael, Kansas City. Rnps, Nyle, lndcpen- dence. Rauscher, Maureen, Sl. Louis: Special Educa- tion: SNEA: Newman Club: College Union Cabinet: SCEC. Sec. Ray., Carol, Sedalia. Ray, Danny, Carutlters- ville. Ren, Stephen, Carrollton. Rector, Hazel. Reddick, Ro- ger, Deepwater. Reece, Geraldine, Hamilton. Reed. Stephen, Kirkwood. Reeves, Cary, llardin. Rehkop, John. Reid, George, Seclalia: Accounting: Cosmopolitan Club: Accounting Club. Reilly, Charles, Warrensburg. Reimer, Dolores, Kansas City. Reineke, Robert, St. Louis. Reistad, Paulette, Sedulin. Rcnfra, julia. Rc-pp, Michael, Butler. Relhemt-yer, Roberl, Berger. Reynolds, Pamela, Boonville. Rice, Richard, Lee's Summit. Rich, Peggy. Richard, Dale., Oak Grove. Richards, james. Richards, Michael, Sedalia. Richardson, Harold, Warrensburg. Riddell, Richard. Riddle, Ronald, Warrensburg. Ri:-bold, Irena, New Rochelle, N.Y.: English: Sigma Tau Delta: English Club. Riggs, Carol, Buckner. Riley, Kathleen, Manchester. Rimmer, Kenneth, Raylown. Rinne. Charles., May- vicw. Ritter, john, Munme City. Rivera, Michael, Florissant. Roach, Gary, Carden City. Roberts, Kenneth, lndependence: Psychology: Psychology Club: Veterans Association. Robinson, Farel- la, Kansas City: Soci0l0gYi Young Democrats: Newman Club: Delta Sigma Theta: ABC. Robinson, Kathy. ' H QR L2 ml I . 'KX I-1 in ll H ll ,H ll -M gg..- .4 K J, -a t ,Eff . H 1 " l 1. Seniors: Rob-Sav Robinson, Phyllis, Kansas City. Rockenstein, john, O'Fallon. Rodgers, Rebecca, Sedalia. Roe, Roy, Mexico. Rogers, Charles, Mishawaka. lnd. Rogers, Sandra, lndepen dence. Ronsiek, Joan, Wash- ington. Ropper, Benito, Sugar Creek. Rose, Mary, Lexington . Rose, Sharon, Nevada: Elementary Education: Alpha Gamma Delta: SNEAQ ACE. Rosnhoom, Barbara, Sedaliag English: Panhellenic Council: SNEAQ THE STU- DENT: THE RHETOR: Alpha Xi Delta, Roterl, Sle- phen, Kansas City. Rothfus, Donald, Des Moines, Iowa. Rountree, Joy, Kansas City Kansas Rouse., Gene, Kansas City. Roulh, Rosie, Waverly. Ruutt, Barbara, Otterville. Rowald, Merrily, St. Louis. Rose, William, Linn Creek. Rowell, Allan, Ontario, Canada. Royal, Vicki, Indep- dence. Rudzik, joseph, Independence. Ruedlinger, Dorothy, Overland, Rufenaellt, John, Grandview. Ruggles, Linda, Gasconade. Rupp, Beverly, Kansas City. Russell, Linda. Russell, Vivian, Kansas City. Ruth, Lance, Greenwood. Ryder, Marilyn, Marionville. Sadieh, Michael, Co- lumbia. Sallee, Danny. Samson, Marian, Sweet Springs. Sanders, Eugene, Excelsior Springs. Sanders, Sarah, Stella. Sanders, Timothy, Jefferson City: Recreation: Theta Chi: College Union Committee, RMS. Sass, Billy, Emma: General Agriculture, Delta Tau Alpha, Agriculture Club: Young Republicans, Vice Pres.g Alpha Epsilon Rho, Vice Pres., KCMW-FM Radio Staff. Sassi, Louis, Whiteman, A.F.B. Savage, Donna, Kansas City. Seniors: Sav-Sha Savage. Edward, Chillicothe. Scarborough. Dennis. Scarbrough, john, Belton. Schollmann, Monica. Scllelp, Dvanna, Concordia. Schelp, Stanlvy, Concordia. Schick, Robert, Alma. Schin-szor, Frvd, Knob Noster, Schillt-ru-ff, Dorothy, lndependrznce. Slvhlua-tvr, llomvr, Concordia. Schmid, D4-ana, Fulton. Schmidlv, David. Sedaliu. Schmidt, Dorothy, Alma: Elf.-lnentury Educatiung SNEA: ACE: Chorus. Schneider, Dorothy, Morrison. Schnvi- der,Gary. Schneider, Stephen. Chillicothe. Schocmig, Barbara, Kansas City. Schocnthal, Charles, Jamestown. Schooling, Ruth. Schrader, Dennis, Kirkwood. Schroeder, Cynthia, Affton: Theatre: Them Alpha Phi: CMSC Playersg SNEAg'Prexy Club. Schullv. Ile-ln-n. Bennett. Schulte, William. Clinton: Biology-Pre-med: Alpha Phi Sigma: Beta Beta Beta, vice pres.: Sigmn Zeta, pres.: American Chemical Society: Pri-xy Club: Newman Club: AMSQ Honors Program. student chair- man: Pura Medico, pres.: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities nncl Colleges: SCIC. Schulz, Stephen, New Albany, lndiana. Schupmann, tlbcrt, Ellisville. Schullp- Larry, Sedalia. Schusslcr, Daniel, Montrose. Schuster, James., Pilot Grove. Schwanclu-, John. Rolla. Sehyler, Robert. Scott, Christa, Warrensburg. Scott, Sandra, Grand- view. Scott, Shelby., Brownington. Scruddcr, Wayne, Jefferson City. Seaton, Kathleen, Independence. Sebald, Edward, St. Louis. Sebastian, Deborah, Kirkwood. Sewell, Mary. Kansas City: Social Work. Shackelford, Judith, Clztrksdale. Shadloy, Lucile, Greenwood. 'H U, i --av 1. ,, l x ,,... nf KS Q.. .CB ,....,, 'R s.-, "P ffl" rw , . .Q 'ir' N xi' Q fr- 's -v-. ,..' us.. - M1 E: , 1 , ifuiivfgf- " .gki "1 Fil' ' iii . K Q, , l 'A 1 35. - Pr , . 8 0. I bf I 111. f fi ,qi ' W ", " f - ' i J 1. 7 '. "' . J , K J: .:' Y 4 '- X , Seniors: Sha-Smi Shafer, Harold, Bates City. Shakespeare, Cheryl, Independence. Sharp, Samuel, Chesterfield: Music: Band: Chorus: Music Educators National Conference. Shaw, Ronald, Carrollton. Shenron, Kathryn, Macon: Marketing: Delta Zeta, Corres Sec.: College Union Committee: Band: American Marketing Association, Slim-loy, Sheila, Kansas City: Elementary Education: SNEA: Association for Childhood Education. Shelman, Rene, Camaron. Shelman, Sharon, Weatherby. Sheperd, Michael, Kansas City: Law Enforcement: Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Shepherd, Linda, Nevada. Shine, William, Shockley, Ted, St. Louis. Shoot, Steven, Lee's Summit. Shaver, Rolland. Shreve, Karen, lberia. Shropshire, Sandra, Sibley. Shrout, Peggy. Shuler, Donna, lndependence. Shulse, Donn, Urich. Sichert, john, Warrensburg. Siegfried, Janice, Leeton. Silvers, Robert, Warrens- burg. Silvcy, Ray, Louisiana. Simmons, James, Wind- sor. Simmons, jim, Clinton, Simon, Patricia, Kansas City. Sink, Patricia, Eldon. Siraj, Omar, Knob Noster. Sites, Ronald. Bourbon. Six, Patricia. Skouby, Kenneth, Marshall. Slushcr, Larry, Odessa. Slushcr, Snllcy, Lexington. Smallwuod, Cathy, lnde- pendence. Smallwood, Deborah, Independence: Ele- mentary Education: Cosmic Theatre, Sec. Smardo, Barbara, Kansas City. Smarr, Janet, Kansas City, Kan. Smarr, Mary, Clinton, Smith, Ava, Kansas City: Psychology: Psychology Club, Sec.: SCIC. Smith, Belinda, Kansas City. Seniors: Smi-Sto Smith, Carita, Maysville. Smith, Carolyn, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Smith, Catherine, Kansas City. Smith, Connie, Sioux Falls, S. D. Smith, George, Kansas City. Smith, Joyce. Smith, Karen, St. Louis. Smith, Kathryn, Warsaw. Smith, Lonna, Independence. Smith, Maricianna. Smith, William, Kansas City. Smith, William, Prairie Home. Snedeger, Ruth, Adrian. Snead, Daniel, Manchester. Snider, Royetta, Richmond. Soule, David, Kansas City. Sparks, Gordon. Spencer, Deborah, Kansas City. Spencer, Karon, Independence. Sponauglc, Donna, Smithville: Speech Pathology, Sigma Alpha Eta, Pres.: SNEA: Prexy Club. Springate, Don, Raytown. Squier, Thomas, Charles City. Stafford, Willa, Sweet Springs. Stark, Denver, Adrian. Starke, Helen, Bonnots Mill. Starke, Karen. Chamois. Stasi, Marietta, Kansas City. States, Byron, Raytown. Staten, D4-nsil, Candltnn. Steffens, Melvin, Cole Camp: Accounting: Accounting Club. Stcgner, George. Boonville: Business Administration Alpha Phi Omega, Treats., UMOC. Stcgner, Margaret, Boonville: Elementary Education: SNEA. Stevener, Judy, St. Louis. Stewart, Harry, Independence. Stewart, Marlene. Stewart, Virginia, Sherman, Texas. Stockman, Sandra, Concordia. Stolarz, Michaeline, Kansas City. Stoll, Carl, Independence. Stone, Robert, Clarksdale. i f as. , ' fm : -':.: i "fair-i:iY::16 . 4 sn ' is ..,. . f , , ..,- 5 t-ia 1 gr: so P Y? I , . N , . ,rf- l ,ff ,i - tj -.-Q .WT --fm iiflfif' 'rr - 5. ,Si W -36' 1 if XV F 1 N A D I -. -,, ,I- :Li . 1 .Qin "zz, N ' r ., ,nt Q, it' ' 5 s, ..q -f "' . gcf V- 1-. , warez, - . ZEN' W an t, si lfiw ,. . . Q1 l . 'V' , ,Xl Ns- ! ri Vfj gn- ' 'ffl ii- 5 'Q J, Q ' . . ' figs' l - i I nillqw :i i ii, 5 . f 5 Q' fr . - ggi., , nl., 'i 'VTQ -i n. 'XA -, -K gd... 4.9. -v- W.. 1.-u -l'1i' ,z vw., -no fu. u.- s. ,A , ., v fs.- V' 3 X S.,- -. vw Seniors: Sto-The Stoufcr, Dennis, Independence. Stremkc, Tac, Sl. Louis. Strickfndun, Kathryn, California. Strode, Daniel, Louisiana. Strothcr, Douglas, California. Sludendorf, Edward, Kansas City. Sturgcow, ,Iona- tlmn, l.cc's Summit. Sturm., Kristine. St. Louis. Sud- duth, Lawn-nec. Sullins, Phillip, Independence. Sullivan, Joseph, Kansas City. Sullivan, Vincont, Bognrd. Summerhouse, Dennis, Kansas City. Summers, Richard, Peculiar: Business Administration and Manage- ment: Alpha Kappa Lambda, Treas.: SGA Executive Council: College Union Committee: Concert Bandg Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Summers, Susan, Smithville: Elementary Education: Kappa Delta Pig SNEA: Association for Childhood Education. Summy, Larry, Brookfield. Sundcrland, Kathy, Flo. Suthorland, Josephine, Windsor. Swain, Margaret, Amnret. Swanson, Patricia, Camdenton. Swrzy, Ronald, Grain Valley. Szortch, Boris, Kansas City. Talbott. Grace, Nevada. 'I"aII.vurt, William, Creighton. Talcott, Lyndi-n, Warrensburg. Tate, Eugene, Kansas City. Taylor, Daniel, Liberty. Taylor, James. Taylor, Jennifer, Sedalin. Taylor, Jimmia-, Kansas City. Taylor, Pamela, Lee's Summit. Taylor, Thomas, Lee's Summit. Teague, Ruth. Tirbhcnkamp, Robert, Concordia. Tebbcncamp, Terry, Concordia. Tehow, Patricia, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Temple- man, Mary, Chillicothe. Terrell, Gail, Kansas City. Thnller, llclena, Higginsville. Tha-is, Charles, Union Star. Seniors: Tho-Ven Thomas, Gary, Hughesville. Thomas, James, Lexington. Thomas. lion, Jefferson City. Thompson, Carol, Kenr- ncy. Thompson, john, Jefferson City. Thompson, Stvvv, Independence. Thompson, Thomas, Camdenlun. Thornhill, john, Seclalia. Thurman, Virginia, -krchie: Elementary Education: ACE: BSU. Toallvy, ,la-ffrn-y, Darby. Penn. Todd, Michael, Kingsvillc. Tod:-, Wynn, Kansas City. Toll-r, Charlotte, Kansas City. Tomlin, Melinda, Pleasant Plains, lll. Tossvr. Ronald, Independence. Trent, Connie, l.ee'S Summit. Tricschmann, Thomas, Camdenlon. Trolls-r, Edgar. Tuck, Gary, Richmond. Tuclu-r, Glenda, Eldon. Tucker, Lawrcnca-, Cult? Camp. Turgeon, Anitra, Robbinsdale, Minn.: English, Sigma Tau Delta: English Club: AWS Assembly: CEMOST. Turner, Norman, Wheatland: Physical Education. Turnhnm, Yale, Inde- pendence. Tuttle, Putty. Tuttlv, Robert, Independence. Twilling, Thomas, Marshall. Tyson, Judith, Independence: Elementary Education: Kappa Delta Pi. Unruh, Gary, Kansas City. Lltslvr, Warren. Independence. Valentine, Sue, lndependence. Vanllcbber, Charles, Kansas City. Vanlilcter, Kay, Odessa. VanWormer, Donna, Independence. Yarda-Sl. Vincent, Nahira, Tehran, Iran: Electronics: International Club, Pres.: Prexy Club. Vaughn, Patricia, Jefferson City. Yawtcr, Karen, Sednlin. V1-ach, Gt-orgn-, Kansas City. Vent-gas, Linda, Whiteman A.F.B, V1-ngcnuck, Thr.-odarv, Salem, NJ. 1. Q f' X. 553 1 ., E, ui? 5. Nm, THR I ' X we ii ' 'it i l I' l f '-Ti i, v, rv-. -- .QR .surf , 4.3. -qi., 1 -Q ..- .ig 'I , E SP' .if l,,.,,.i!l 'lu'-""l1' W -.1 ' Wk ,si ,tg in .Q 1 A , iqJ Q 5 3,410 E w ,H d .swf ...... ,, rg . , ',.. J ,- ff! N..-- .F vi . 1? ,v W U 212 E7 "f .1 Wu 1 ,i :Lf ,,, 1 ,:?.. - , - 5...- wl i I .., . . N ' ' '14 if J ig w I-EEE? . . H Q tl I 1 1 in H is . it 5 if ' '3 - R .i ' Ji ii ..- . ,I 1 i 'fir ., ,,,,,,,,..,3 . ......,,,..,if W. z .-- V , E an .. "S E i i? :AT ill i l ur M fi ., 1,1 ki : 1 X lt ,In ,4 T Y' Q v A 1. i ' 'ny 1 :.e:-.::. . ul If QQ, . rr. MII. .-, ff A 'E , "-X T J 'i 0 '- 1, ' T., ' 1 'G' S l .1 7 "J l i 4- I l J aiu is H-'tsl ' 5 5 -- .h i TH -5 'I-' ,.... :w.s,f,.i5vs-I-.. - . -W H1 '1 li iq' in ... . 4 1 wi 'du-.2 K-,,, 5? .wi ""Y' ' sin! 5. 'P l .me M , -ser: " f--.nvf Q . e -44. ,. Q , , . , . 41 if i ii .' , 'l ' L A... .xxx EP U- Mg., !.. 4 5 , t L 5 l 1 l I- X -1- s-9 l-."N I gn. -w ,. ,. F , ,rw , . r. ' H, ,C I -QQ at ' 1 11 ' ifgfifq 'W' If .4 5.1 -v F' - , , I JE ' ,A ,,.,, , . A ,L .,, - .. .5 ' . N 5 ,- 51-,ph ' .meg -for , s '- 1:2 Elfiwji V, '-ir. - 12,3 ii' .. .0 J M, xt' ,A A tiki -- '.-Sai! l 219: Aj gi 5 221-' f "jf 'If ,., M1-WB. .Jafar , 5'-il: life" ,- -v- 1 5-' .,. ,s.. .. ' 1 - -1. vi' Seniors: Ves-Wes Yescuvo, Kevin, St. Louis. Verre, Michael. Vinson, Joyce. Vogler, Gary, Knob Noster. Walker, Patricia, Chillicothe. Wallis, Ruth, Warrensburg. Whnsing, Eugene, Vienna. Ward, Sharon, Kansas City. Ward, Shirley, St. Charles: Elementary Education: 'JDelta Zeta: SNEAQ ACE: WRAQ Prexy Clubg AWS Assembly, Cones. Sec.: Judiciary Cnuncilg Houts Hosey Hall, Pres.: College Union Commitee. Ware, Mary, Lee's Summit: Elementary Educationg SNEA: College Union Committee. Ware, Sue, Butler: Social Scienceg Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta: English Club. Warfle, Elaine, BeHon. W'arford, Marilyn, Raytown. W'arnt-r, Marsha, Archie. Warnock, YY'illiam, Warrensburg. Warren, Diana. Washburn, Joyce, Warrensburg. W'at- kins, Bertina, Kansas City. Watkins, Deborah, In- dependence. Watkins, Susan, Fairfield. Walling, Gary, Independence. Watson, Gilda, War- renlon. W'cbh, Clifford, Ludlow. Wleher. John, Rus- sellville. Webster, Philip, Kansas City. Wegeng, Michael, llnrriettn. W't'hmt:yer, Edgar, Owensville. W'ehmeyf-r, Kenneth, Carrollton. Wblgand, Betty. Wlxigand, Thomas, Centerview. Welch, Carolyn, Sedalia: Home Economies: Kappa Omicrcn Phi, Treas.g Houts Hosey, Treas. Welch, Zane, Kansas City. Weller, Gary, Wedalia. W'erley, Mark. Wessel, Larry, Mnrn. West, Albert, Kingsville. West, Ira, Holden. Wfest, Karen, Camdentun. Westbrook, Melvin, St. Louis. Westcott, Sally, Mexico. Seniors: Wfha-Wis W'halen, Elaine, Vienna. W'heeler, Ken, Kansas City. Wheeler, Linda, Sedalia. Wheeler, Ronald, Union Star. White, john, Maplewood. W'hite, John., Chamios. W'lllte, Shari. While, Teresa, Kansas City. W'hite, Thomas. While, William, Brook- Geld: Mathematics: Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, lst Vice Pres.: UMOC. Wihitener, Gene, Higginsville: Geography: Gamma Theta Upsilon, Pres., Treus. W'hyte, William, Elslwerr. Widel, Kenneth, Blackwater: Education: Industrial Arts Club. Widmer, Wayne. Wilcox, Robert, lnde- pendence. W'iley, Robert, Sedalia. Williams, Annila. Williams, Bruce, Lake Ozark. Williams, Gerry, Kansas City. W'illiams, James, Kingston. Williams, James, Kansas City. Williams, jerry. Williams, Linda, Kansas City. Williams, Lynn, Atlan- tic, Iowa: Psychology: Lambda Alpha Epsilon: Prexy Club: UCCF: AMS: SCIC. Williams, Mary, Windsor: Special Education: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi 'Deltag Wesley Foundation: SClC: SCEC. Williams, Terry, Wsrrensburg. W'ilson, Barbara, Jefferson City. Wilson, Carl, Kansas City. Wilson, Curtis, Warrensburg. Wilson, Delbert, Buller. Wilson, Donita, Wnrrensburg. Wilson, Larry, War- rensburg. Wilson, Richard, Kansas City. Wilson, Stephen, St. Ann. Wilson, Susan, Independence. Wilson, Ginger, Kansas City. Winger, Carol, Stewarts- ville. Wiintermeyer, Andrey, Warrensburg. Wise, Stan- ley, Columbia. Wissman, Linda, Kansas City: Market- ing: AMA. f A 4" sei.. t ,. ,K , I 1 1 E IJ lk w ,i X I w 5 H the' Y' ' N nf E.. 5:5- . x- - w.z":-1:3 . ., Lil 1. 5 9. A Jw.-,I . ,CW Ni! .ans .1 S-r L4 L25 ' 1 ,K -r M- . . V ' F ii . 'Q .,,- i - , . .lf is ' 4 1 . ' 'EL V-J". 4 f f' -'.,: 'ff' f A W if ' 1 V . s ' 2l 4 -Q T' cj RJ t I 'fYU E . Q P 1 ,H 4 4l 0 I l . w. 4-P 4 . S , L , fig 17' 1-, if-9 Seniors: Wit-Zul Witt, Michael, Osborn. Witte, Larry, Stover: Agricul' tural-Business: Delta Tau Alpha: Agriculture Club. W'ittrock, Roger, Gravois Mills. Wolf, Joyce, Sedalia: Mathematics: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Sigma Zeta. Wolf, Martha, Weatherby: Speech Pathology: Sigma Alpha Eta: SNEA: ACE: AWS Assembly, Rec. Sec.: College Union Committee: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: MSHA. Wolfe, Roger, New Haven. Wiood, Esther, Kansas City. Wood, Karen, Florissant. Wood, Patricia, St. Louis. W'ood, Velda, Norborne: Elementary Education: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: SNEA, Treas.: ACE. Woodall, Charles, Hughesville. Woodard, Sharon, Independence. Wooden, Randy, Dawn. Wooden, Z Steven, Higginsville. W'oodsmnll, James. east W'oolrery, jan, Sedalia. Wright, Edna, Holden: Ele- mentary Education: SNEA: ACE. Wright, James Sedalia. Wright, Linda, Sedalia: Speech Pathalogy and Audiology: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Alpha Eta, Vice Pres.: SGA Senate: AWS Assembly: Who's Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Wright, Linda, Braymer. Wright, Stephen, Raytown. W'yzlie, William, Warrens- burg. Yaliovitz, Diane, St. Louis. Yam, Margaret, Hong Kong, China: English: Sigma Tau Della: Cosmo- politan Clubg English Club: Newman Club. Yan, Bernice, Hong Kong, China. Q Q Yoder, Barbara, Garden City. Yoksh, Karl, Kansas City. York, Nancy, California. Young, lxathy, Grand- x.a.,t view. Young, Raymond, Warrenshurg. Younger, Pamela, Nelson: Elementary Education: Alpha Omicron Pi: SNEA: ACE. Youngs, Betty, Carrollton: Office Administration: AWS Assembly. Zacha, Kathleen, Higginsville: Elementary Education: Sigma Kappa, Cortes. Sec.: ACE: AWS Assembly: Crescent Club, Hist. Zank, Dale, Marshall: General Management: Economics Club, SAM: 5.0.5. Zharen, Clairanne, St. Lnuis. Zimmerman, Marte, Slater: Mathematics: Alpha Lambda Delta, Trens.: Alpha Phi Delta: Alpha Phi Sigma: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec., Hist.g Sigma Zeta: Prexy Club: Collegiate 4--H Club, Pres., Vice Pres.: Honors Program: Tassels: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Zimmerman, Pamela. Zhnmcrsehicd, Joyce, Sedalia. Zirhel, Warren, Kansas City. Zulian, Frank, Kansas City: Elementary Education: Pi Kappa Delta: SNEA: SGA Senate: De- bate Team. Seniors: Brooks, Gladys, Pillslrurgll, Pa.: Sociology: Panhellenic Cuuncilg independent Women':5 Association: Cosmopoli- lan Club: Psychology Club: Prexy Clulu: Young Dumo- erals: Newman Clubg Fitzgerald Hall, Vice l'rcs.g Delta Sigma Theta: 'l're-as. Schultz, I-Ilizalwth. V5'nlk4-r, David. 'M aff?" ,pq l 'N T5 4x i 216 ,X. X x.5 L iff s N w.-In x x'1: N N iw M Hgfmsiwsi Mau 1 ,3- ,wn W ,,.f,,.2 gli: , .Q , R ,Fil Q ,yi M, -.QQ ,6- .4 ,iv ,: L L E:-:gg-vw mu .--.EM -X I-r-,f..,f ' ,pf ' 1: 1' 'ar '55-" ,- 6 I I . i' L , - . fa-A , R " 1, I- 'fu " - H ' 125 f' ' ,. x AA -r --L W 1- Vg' f E755 I' , , ,., X-nl -H v r " '- , . U' ' I . 'I - vi V A W 6' Nl 2 ruff' R rfxgjl. - - . Y ' A L. rg' -Lg .4 ,fd 1 1 - , - , L-- ff' N- if .- az-:'5'g4::5f A , 11 " T 'R if Mgr? :Q ?' if-,... ' ' '.. m7f:wQif2f?, N ' X A! -E' Graduates: Abb-Fer 41- f., h - fT1'W 1 'YW' 12 ' '41 M,-3 .IL 'Rn vi 1' D ff? .p- J X if q , i r, ii I wg J wg N M f Q . lk , 8 IH NN I ufumw la mx Eg 5 'N n i' 1 .... , I 3' 4 'E- Y .4,' F 55. l .1 4 ws' .4 217 ax ...fy if A 11' Z . N 151 wi , -. I 5:Q,,'Lg-, W ' ,gi as , Wx ,Qs- Q " , QU, ji N- L 'iulbiil ,mbgaff -- Nwlw ,gf Agn .M .Y 4. 'iffifi-f fiigfgr ' bfi? 'W' Wifi' fy - ,f u. W. H, , K . 5. L 9. . ,,-. L' A . A all 'PS-L -: 7 I- " L SLI, 31- V. V .Qf i Y .gwjgfsaf - ' , lu ,it f--,,. W, , . ,U M tg: if-5" Xbboll. D4-an -klxdvlkodrr. -Xbdvlraouf irklry. DA-nnis Alvan-1, Donald Araby. llashim Arala. Ylichavl Ury, Sim-el Au-Yeung, Vlin Bahru-r, David Baldwin, K1-nnclh Hall:-w, Marjorim- Beale, Donna Hemwu, Rosalin- llillirk, Da-an Buland, Luvy llotlomly. Howard Brsdls-y.Carl1-z Brandrs. Alvin llranlon, llarold Hrs-she-ars, Ronald lin-tall, Robvrl llrown, Patricia liullwell, Rolcwrt Byrnes, Larry Caltlvr. Cynthia Canaria, Paul Chinokul. lfhaiyanl 1Ilark.Charl1-s Cla-vc-ngrr. John Coghill. Ln-lin Cook, Dianna Coulter. Forrest 1Iowan,lIharla Curry, Lawrance D1-Armand, Danby D4-r, Mary Dennison, john D1-nlun, Jean Diehl, Martha Dobson, Larry Draheim, Richard Dyche, Georgia Erwinv, Terry Evans. Charles Evans, Paul Fanshcr, James Farris. Arthur Ferguson, Miller Graduates: Fis Moh Fisher, Michncl Fm-rstcl, Michael Forman, William Funk. Brad Calloway, llc-len Carnc-r, ,Ia-an Gelslcr, Jerry Gosney. Alfred l-larlhw, James Harris, Rosemary lleggen, Carolyn Ilcnrikson, Luann Hirler, Frilz llont-ycult, Michael llundal, jagjil jenkins. jim ,lense-n, George juhnson, Edwin Johnson, Jeanette Joins-r, Larry jones, Kay Jung, Elizabeth Kan, Ophelia Kcphart, Randall King!-ry, Rooney Kolen, Bobby Kornfcld, Steve Laun, Larry Lawton, Nancy Leader, Steven Lee, David Lee, Lawrence Lee, Larry Luc, Peter Lev, W'cndy Linville, Sheila Macy, Charles Mauel, Marian Martin, Edna Mason, W'inston Mazza, ldalene Messingcr, Harry Mclfonkcy, Maria-Ita Mcifray, ,lohn MeKnm4'y, Eric McQuain, Cnnniv Millcr, Richard Mohr, Kathy I xi 'I u 'xi ff? I? 1 5-ig, , I 3 4 1 'L y in 9 My 1 L , ,ez-.1 a 'J 1 - 1 1 1 f- , . dl , L' ' 7' Graduates: M00 You " -' Wi" 1 1 2 ir11:1'Q f1-f 'zu' j ,1 . M ki, , .. - 1 Tr y f,.,., 3, W" ,. T 15" . "VU J M., ,Q 11, A ,. I Q. all 2' 111 IH y CZ 'tu' K 1 ' 1. ' 'U , ,-. p x 1 1 K 6- ei -41 ,td 0 lf vx g 1 ,sa 4... 1 V i . Q rs ' , ,z 1 4, , W? 5. - L if jk H-5 Y ,QD i jf! ,L 1? 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Rohm-rl Poling. Sharon Polomsky. William l'ril'v. Wlaria- Prilchard, Maxim- Rn-nzulli, Phil Ring, Ms-rllll Rohinson, Donald Sachs, Ilinnn Sant-r, Michal-I Schmidt, Richard Schubvr, D1-nnis Schultz, Andrl-a Schulz. W'allvr Schwnlm, Sh-pha-n Shanks, Richard Sholton, Judith Shepard. Mary Shively, jo Simonitsch. Donna Slaughlt-r, .loycv Hmallridgv, Thomas Snare, Cora Snyder, Lawn-neu Stark, ,Iohn Starr, Dorothy Steph:-ns, Marilyn Struchu-mm-yn-r, john Tapscolt, Ronald Taylor., William Teagan, Mary Tostuvin, James Vatj napagorn, Patchans c Vuughan, Geraldine Yosslcr., Paul W'agm.-r, Thomas W'allam', Larry W'alrath, Rosemon- W1-hh, Robert Wilde, Edwin Williams., Sarah Wilson' Bernard Witt. Ronald Wood. Mary Young. Sta-phe-n nderclassmen: Abb-And Abbott, Shen-e Abdoller, Katherine Abercrombie, O.D. Abington, Michael Abney, Gary Abraham, Dale Ackley, Diane Adair, ,Ion Adams, Billy Adams, Janice Adams, Keith Adams, Kcnl Adams, Larry Adelman, Debra Agnew, Mary Aharl, Brenda Ahart, Craig Ahart, Douglas Aholl, Leva Ahmann, Jane Ahring, Richard Ailor, Lynn Ainsworth, Mary Akers, Lillian Akers, Virginia Akins, Franklin Alban, .lenny Albin, Kenneth Alexander, Bonnie Alexander, .lane Alexander, Joseph Alexander, Kathryn Alexo poulos, Nicki Alford, Barbara Allen, Arlene Allen, Barbara Allen, Dale Allen, Ernest Allen. Kathryn Allen, Leonard Allen, Michael Allen, Rodney Allen, Roy Allin, Pamela Allinder, John Allison, Cobiua Allison, Cynlhia Allison, Leslie Allison, Steven Almes, Billie Alper, Linda Altmeyer, Robert Althouse, Nancy Ambrose, Deborah Amick, Dianna Amos, Russell Alnsinger, Deborah Anagnos, Mary Anderson. Barbara Anderson, Elnora Anderson, James Anderson, Marilyn Anderson, Robert Anderson, Robert Anderson, Roger Anderson, Sherry Anderson, Terry Andrew, Sandra Andrews, .loseph Andrews, Robert fn Ql3w"m V In nr ffm. , ,sexe yu. fn guy f-4 :- xv IW In lr iv A . -ay 1- ri- ,. ,H Rh fn ru.- Lf nrwmn 'v- ,ll Im., ,4 -ELS-. . W EH, , 220 QW nderclassmen: Ang-Bar , Q W- 3'L'-5,Qsli".,- , 4-HM x A N- l I v x ,TW 5. ..-Wg., 'V 1 :1!1?.." ..LfEQ ..f I c if v ry, Ni. " ' ll X Fl uf, .ga vs ,i,. A I if X 4 ,, x I H1 P' '12 , , I 4.1. ..- if 4 I Eff , , . ll ' ,a l X v . x 3. X , . n IJ ' . F . . ' ' ii I. - t E nv ' ! et 4' -. ,Yarn A . 7 . Anglin, Deborah Anstine, Dwight Anthony, Phillip Applebury, Kay Arhogast, Duane Arens, Janet Arens, Karen Arenson, Gail Arms, Bonita Armstrong, Larry Arnold, Cathy Arnold, David Arnold, .lames Arnold, Jonathan Arslanian, Susan Arth, George Arlh. .lames Ash, Deborah Atchison, Daphne Atkins, Carol Atkins, Diielta Atkinson, Catherine Aver, Carl Aver. Jane Aufrane. Perry Augustine, Mary Augustine, Tarry Austin, Barb Austin, Mary Austin, Rebecca Auise, William Ayer. Kathy Ayler, Robert Babiuch, .lohn Badger, Charles Baer, Deborah Bailey, Beth Bailey-. James Bailey. Linda Bailey, Terry Bainbridge, Jack Bainer, Catherine Baisch, june Baker, Allen Baker, .lohn Baker., .ludith Baker. Kathleen Baker, Shirla Baker, Tim Baker, William Baldwin, Cheryl Balentine, Olivia Ball, Kali Ballon., Anne Ballou, Michael Bancroft, David Bancroft, Janice Banderman, Gloria Banister, Yvonne Banks, Christian Bankus. John Banning., .lamic Barber, Gail Barbour, Marsha Baresel, Danny Barfoot, .lanet Bargfrede, Patricia Bargfrede, Ruth Barlow, Annette Bargrnann, Brenda Underclassmen: Bar-Bes Barker, Danny Barnes, Cary Barnes, .lanet Barnes, Marcia Barnes, Merilce Barnes, Susan Barnes, Vicki Bamett, Floyd Barr, Carolyn Barr, Milton Barr, Robert Ban-ale, Don Barrett, John Barrow, Nancy Barry, Carol Barry, Thomas Bartel, Larry Bartels, Josephine Bartels, Roberta Bartlett, Roy Baseham, Shelley Baueom, Doris Bauer, Jeffery Bauer, Richard Bauer, Shirley Baumgarden , Dennis Baumstark, Diane Bausch, Ruth Bayless, Stanley Beale, Mary Beard, Andrew Beasley, Harold Beasley, Ruth Beatty, .loan Beaudoin, Naneee Beaulieu, Walter Beehtnld, Martha Beck, Marcia Beck, Marilyan Becker, Kenneth Becker, Sara Beebe, Arthur Beekman, Linda Beene, Lannie Beerman, Cheryl Beever, Bill Bekebrede. .leanice Belknap, Melanie Bell, Carol Bell, Elizabeth Benne, Michael Bennett, David Bennett, .lane Bennett, .lean Bennett, Kathleen Bennett, Linda Bensley, Mark Berger. Gerald Berger, .lohn Bergman, Connie Bergman, Earl Bergsieker, Carol Berkemeyer, B. Berkstresser, S. Berry, Barbara Berry, Betty Berry, Diane Berry, John Bersehauer, Claudia Bess, Belinda v-Q lk 533' ' we 1 -i . gg fot- -n "N 'va , , -4- nderclassmen: Bet Bou Jai. ry-x -TA 1 V' . 5 UW gm. , 1-4 ,Q ...jx 'f".'i '9 f- 'fb 0 -.5 X 3' 223 Bethel, Glenn Belts, Linda Beumer, Rita Bevard, Thomas Beyer, William Biebel, Cheryl Biere, Barbara Biere, Frances Biggerslaff, Sue Biggs, Jeffrey Blndel, Patricia Bird, Carol Bise, Randall Bishop. Jones Bishop, W'anda Bitner, Sue Bittiker, Lynda Bixby, Timothy Black, Forrest Black, Cary Black, Howard Black, Lloyd Blackman, James Blaine, Janice Blair., Kathryn Bland, Darrel Blank, Terry Blankenship. Lee Blankenship, Paul Blaschke. Cynthia Blaylock, Diane: Bliefnick, Cary Bloemke., Michael Blum, James Blundell, Harry Bly, Randy Baan, Ruth Bndenhamer, Fred Boedeker, Sheryl Boeger., Constance Boeschen, Bruce Bogard, Barbara Bnggess, Hal Boggs, Stephen Bnley, Edgar Bolinger., Rebecca Bollnger, Wanda Bollmeycr, Linda Boll, Terry Bolten, Jacquelyn Bond, Gregory Bond, Janice Bond, Nancy Bond, Peggy Bonnol, Larry Bookasla, Mary Booker, David Bopp, Carl Borcherding, Pamela Borders, Curtis Borgmeyer, Ronald Borgsladt, Clifford Borland, Dale Borum, Ellen Bosch, Michelle Busler, Brenda Boss, James Boswell, Lewis Boltemuller, Sharon Bouck, Sharon nderclassmen: Bow-Bru Bow ers, Diane Bowersox, Michael Bowman. Paul Bowyer. Teresa Boyd, Charlotlr: Boyd, Christina Boyd. Colern Boyd, Douglas Boyd, Laura Bozarth. T1-rrp Brachvr , Tony Brachtesend. Nancy Brackman. Anthony Brackman. Judith Bradley. Bc-tll Bradley. David Bradley. Patricia Bradley. William Bradsha w. D1-borall Brady. Charles Brady. Donald Brady. Judith Braley, .lrffrnry Brammrier. T4-rrp Brandt. Lest rr Branrllc. Lucinda Brandt, Ralph Branson, Jody Branum. Patricia Brasher. Brenda Braltcn, Bralto n , Brayl ey , Bremer. Clifford Eil va- n David Paul Brengarlh. Francis Brennan. Cnnni Bresnahan, Dennis Bretall. Cynthia Brewer, Deborah Brewer. Lawn-ner Brewer. Mary Bridges. Lewis Brincr. K1-nnvth Briscoe. Sharon Britt. Donna Brittain, Patricia Britton. Roger Brizendine. Karr-n Brockman, Reba-cca Broker. Vinci-nt Brooks, Georg:- Brooks. Harold Brown. Candicq- Brown, Cathlern Brown, David Brown, Denise Brown, Gary Brown, John Brown, Harold Brown, .lulic Brown, Linda Brown, Mary Brown, Mary Brown, Rebecca Brown, Boy Brown, Stanley Browning, William Brownsberger, C. Bruce, David Bruce, Judith iaatfigf a BJ' 2, ' . I A rv- ,- vi 'ww E: 1 ' . x. ,., ,L 4? . 4 ni. -va 'fl L 1 -0' 1- 3 ,if ia, 6. n Q- 'fi I ,. ' '41 I ff' G, f 'f . V 3 1 X.. Q.-of '-TY V - iff- I, W 2 xnxx ' ,,11,!n1 Y.: Q-1 V , 3.5 un" 7 B ww, it: ,r 4 .:'.: . ,Q va .f .1 2 y Y' f 1? n -v, .. f-7 j" ' If if ' . if , n -vt sl, IM! . E --,.--1' gt 5131! if V h - - - 4 B - - 1 , ,. ,, in , 'Q pg, ' lx QT' f - fg 5 Q,-. pi? fo- fiidr 5 Q. , is Zi -: rw Q7 ..T, . I S WX V: 4 an ,Q '- ,:-rm' 1, .,., 224 .Q F? 7 v JVS ,.- -s QV x "' ' A so sf -- V 4'-2 , L-2.4 'W' i L7 iii A ' all ' - I f ' -are ,. -'f-1 nderclassmen: Cai- lu Caircr, .lnhn Call, Gvrald Cameron, Patricia Cameron, Richard Campbell., Kit Cnmphr-ll, Martha Campbell. Richard Campbt-ll, Ruth Ann Canute. Dun Cantrell, Gary Carew. Kathy Car:-y. Thomas Carleton, Richard Carlson, Carol Carmicharl, Kathryn Carmichael. K. Carney, Alan Carnnahan. l'atria:ia Carr, Cheryl Carr, Lujuana Carrvndnr. Linda Carroll, Rita Carzael, Chris Carsten, Victoria Carter. David Carter, Elton Carter. Katherinc Cartcr. Nick Carver, ,luhn Castv. Sandra Castell, Mary Caster, Norma Catalina, Marc Catherson, Ronald Coax-hey, Curt Chakuur, Frcdvrick Chamness, Terry Chandlcr, Teri Chaney. Chris Chapman, Denise Chapman, Pam:-la Charles, Bri-nt Chastintr. Deborah Chiles. Kart-n Chitwuod, Scott Chrisman, Debbie Christensen, Carol Christmas. Rom- Chureh, Vickie Cipolla, Larry Cipulla, Vanutte Clark, Gerald Clark, Stella Clark, Sh-phcn Clauneh, .limtniu Clawsun, Lynnvttc Clay, W'illianl Clayton, Jeslim' Cleaver, Larry Clemmons, Gail Clemmuns, Larry Clcvcngcr, Gerald Cluvenger, .lill Clcvengur, Robert Cliffe, Diana Clifford, Patrick Cline, Audit' Clingan, Mary Clinkingbcard, M nrgit' Cluff, Norman 'A 19 E19 ru. ,- ,rv 1 1 "1 nr-v .X ny -X, , . 73' v...v L- .., -4 'A-f.. 226 rv .ow .-,., ,.f-f 1,2 1 nt gn, wx--V, 1 - . T? rl' - ig-w 'Y' fig pi, 1. 1. lx L., L 4 T x I l N . H . . I N F v- .112 R: 1 a 5 ,Wy ls I x W li 1 nderclassmen: Bru Cai Bruch, Francis Bruder, Peggy Brumlcy, Michael Brune, Diane Brune, Phyllis Brunkhurst, Steve Bruno, Larry Bruns, Richard Bruton, Sue Bryan, Barbara Bryan, Debcrah Bryant, Marlin Bryant, Martha Bryant, Ricky Buchanan, Kenneth Buchanan, Martha Buchheim, Charles Buchhorn, Bar.xara Buck, Judy Buckler, David Buckman, Ben Buekman, Neil Buckman, Stephen Budd, Rickey Buig, Leonard Bullard, Loring Bullington, Becky Bunch, Fred Bunner, Kathleen Burchett, Elizabeth Burdick, Patricia Burgess, Teresa Burgoyne, Pamela Burke, Nancy Burke, Tim Burkhalter, V. Burmeister, Steve Burnett, James Burnett, W'aync Burney, Carin Burns, Carl Burns, Debra Burns, Gay Burns, Patricia Burrnws, Cheryl Burton, Danna Burton, Jayne Burton, Linda Burton, Michael Buster, Rita Butcher, Janice Butler, Catherine Butler, .lack Butler, Steven Butner, Rebecca Butterworth, Karen Butts, Deborah Buxton, William Buyat, Elroy Byers, Lavern Byrd, Marquitn Byrne, Michael Bywater, Nancy Cabanas, Thomas Cadigan, Susan Cadwell, John Cafferata, Michael Cagle, Suzanne Cain, Marsha Caine, Wiilliam Underclassmen: Cra-Deb Cram cr, Di-born h Crnnc, Sally Crass, M ic hael Crawford, Crawford, Crawford, Crawford, Crawford, Cn-ns haw, E. Micharl Mitch:-ll Rr-br-cca Susan Carol Crismun, Connie- Crismun, Judy Crist, Cath Y Crist, Mary Cromwell, Christina- Crnnkshanks. J me-s Crouch, Robin Crowder. Patricia Crowley, David Crowlvy, Melvin Crowlt-y, Raymond Cullen, David Cullor, Teresa Cummings, Cummins, Cummins, Cummins, Cumnmns, Cumplun. Brenda G4-nc Jann-ra Sandy Ronald Marcus Cunningham, Kim Curtis, Linda Curtis, Lisa Cusick, Thomas Dacc. Larry Dahl licini, Brenda Dalnns, Deborah Dailry. Jewell Dailey, Thomas Daily, Stephen Dali-, Darrvll Dnlv. Kallllu-on Dnlzcll. Mike Damivls. Hvlcn Danis-ls, Shelly Dankerl. S herry Danlcy. Gary Danlry, Linda Darnell, Kathy Darwazah. Talcb Daugherty. Jimmie Dauglwrly, Linda Davidson. Belly Davidson, John Davie-S. Jnhn Davis. Carla Davis, Charloue Davis, Dunivl Davis, Dennis Davis, Harold Davis, Janet Davis, .lanicv Davis. .lvnnifvr Davis, Kathy Davis, Kenneth Davis, Larry Davis, Roger Daw sun, Mary Dean, Guy Dean, Joyce Dcalheragc, Karen DcBell, John QV I L! R ' - 17 'v Y ,Lvl Hy'-I.: xy, 11 "H n , ,V H ' ' , 'x , z .gr lf S is . :- 76- ,f- .ffis M sm ,dn H me 4--ww M mini vw n -wf U "f5hgfu nr' fv-L rs .b Pi L-' I l 1' x 4 --7 fr--Q vw fer' 228 nderclassmen: lu-Cra Clutter, Diana Clutter, Marcia Coats, Deborah Cockrill, Chris Coe, Fred Coffel. .lohn Coffey, Dorcta Coffey, Richard Coffman, Cathy Coffman, Valerie Cohen, Debra Cole, Anthony Cole, Daryl Cole, Diane Coleman, Vicki Collier, Ronald Collins, Patricia Collobert, Terrie Colmerauer, Paul Colvin, Melvin Combs, Chris Comcns, Gery Comstock, Betty Conley, Linda Connell, Linda Conner, Brenda Conner, Debra Conner, Theresa Conover, James Contratto, Merle Conway, Wlilliam Cook, Beverly Cook, Debra Cook, Evelyn Cook, .loyce Coons, Rondas Cooper, Glen Cooper, Larry Cooper, Palsy Cooper, Terrence Cooper, Terry Co pas, David Corbin, Cathryn Corcaran, Malcolm Cordard, Linda Corday, Ruth Corey, Cordon Cornelison, Stephen Cornett, W'illiam Couch, jan Courtney, Edwin Courtney, Marcia Covell, Grace Cowah, Stanley Cowie, Diane Cox, Clifford Cox. Cox Cox Cox Cox, Cox, Cox, Kathy Laurie Paul Stephen Susan Terry Vickie Coyle, Sandra Crabb, Sharolyn Crabtree, Jewell Crabtree, Linda Craig, Rickey Craig, Rita Crall, Thcron vs nderclassmen: Dec-Dra -.Z U N XX., V JIM. ' x r ,X 5 L Y if ' X X X ' W- X W 31u,.q':. if X E Y FI! es 1 s HW qt I -X' ' v X , X 1-11 XX! Q , , ,ar ,. l, r "f .e 1 JX an Rig 4 ,. ' X --. ,gf "X. - 1.1 "X I fq Decker, W'allace Deer, Katie Deforest, Kathryn Defreece, Judy Dehart, Frank Dehaven, Brenda Dellaven, Ona Dehn, Betty Deke, Thomas Delaney, Barron Delaroche, Susan Delisle, Marvel Deller, James Denham, Dorothy Denny, Sharon Deur, Debbie Dewitt, Dwight Dias, Paula Diblasi, Frank Dick, Cheryl Diekbreder, William Diekensheets, Anne Dickey, David Dickey, Deborah Diokherber, Mary Dickinson, Carol Dickmann, Ann Dickson, Kathleen Dickson, Robert Dieekhoff, Dale Dicmer, Susan Dierking, Angela Dierking, Deborah Dierking, Donna Dierks, Daniel Diffenderfer, James Dillingham, .lack Dillon, Eddie Dingus, Lyler Dinkins, Robert Dinse, Carol Dischmnn, Jennie Distler, Deborah Ditseh, Susan Dittmer, Elaine Dixon, Steven Doak, Stanley Dockery, Martha Dudenhoeffer, Glend Dodge, Carol Dodson, Patrick Doelling, Elaine Doelling, Ned Duke, Timothy Doll, Dallas Donley, Lana Donnington, Sherry Donovan, Robert Dooley, Mary Dorn, Nancy Doss, Woody Dotson, Diann Dover, Carol Dowing, Beth Dowler, Michael Downer, Dawn Downie, William Downing, Cathy Dozier, Vicki Draffen, Linda nderclassmen: Dra-Eld Drake, Virginia Drewea, David Drexel, Doris Drinkel, Nancy Driskill, Rita Drummond, Richard Drunert, Mary Drysdale, Donald Dubhert, Patrick Dubin, Rita Duckworth, Karen Duckworth, Lonny Ducote, Dudley, Dudley, Duenke, Pat Danny .lohnic Dennis Duensing, Ronald Duke, J amcs Duke, Mary Duanvant, Nancy Duncan, Debra Duncan, Katherine Duncan, Pamela Duncan, Robert Duncan, Steven Duncan, Susanne Dunlap, James Dunlap, Kenneth Dunlap, Robert Dunn, Hugh Dunn, Laura Dunning, William Durham, Diana Durret, Roy Dusheke, Sharon Dusheke, Susan Dunkin, Clinton Dutton, Sandra Duvenick, Bob Dyehe, Charles Dye, Beverly Dye, Susan Dye, Vickie Dyer, Candace Dyer, Charles Eades, William Eakins, Charles Eason, Georgia Eastep, Robert Eastin, Anne Eatherton, Gary Eatherton, Reylene Eberting, Dianna Eckhoff, Kathleen Edmond, James Edmondson, Harry Edwards, Linda Effertz, Gloria Eggers, Connie Egly, Deanna Ehlers, Rita Eichem, Eidson, Susan Etsel Eidson, Martha Einerson, Michael Eise, Donna Eisenreich, Robert Eiserer, Dwight Elam, Lynda Eldridge, Nina , '-'? -. 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Q -s 'YYY' v"7 :- 230 Underclassmen: Elk-F ew Elkins, Nancy Ellerson, Anita Elliott, Brenda Elliott, .lohn Elliott, Linda Elliott, Randall Elliott, Richard Elliott, Robert Ellis, Dennis Ellis, Randy Elseman, Beverly Elsenrath, Dale Emanuel, Linda Emis, Nancy Eng, Dawn Epperly, Ronnie Epperson, Mary Erdman, Cynthia Erhardt, James Erhardt, Karen Erickson, Jae Ernest, Suzanne Ernst, Thomas Erscry, Shclia Eschhachbacher, Joseph Eskew, Gail Esmaeilzadeh, Muhanlmch Essex, Linda Estill, Wanda Eudy, Lawrence Evans, Ann Evans, Anna Evans, Barry Evans, Claudette Evans, Marilyn Evans, Sally Evans, Wilba Evans, Willa Everard, Richard Ewbank, Katherine Ewert, Fabian Gary i, Donna Fagerstrom, Bunny Fahl e, David Fair, Lenora Fairbanks, Stephen Fairley, David Fallis, Leland Falls, .lay Farley, Michael Farrington, Lawrence Farris, Kenneth Farris, Ronald Fast, Bonnie Faubin, Francine Faulkenberry, Diann Fears, W'ayn1: Fecht, Michael Fchling, Nina F1-iring, Kathleen Felten, Robert Fendrick, Iris Fennewald, Julius Fennewald, Larry Fenton, Vicki Fenwick, Alan Ferguson, .loyce Ferguson, Teresa Fette, Susan Fewins, Benny nderclassmen: Fic-F ri l-'ickc-, Rhonda Fiedler, Steven Fielrls, ,lam-I Fields, Mary Fiene, Connie Fiene, David Files, Charles Finger, John Flngland, .ludy Finks, Patricia Finlay, Sherwin Finley, Michael Finn, Barbara C, Y 'f 1 NME Y .. V L 1 "1 1. . w A 1 . 1 5.12 In ' lf' mer 'iff ,.-, . ."'r 'f".. ' 1 M lf!! l u, -.iww , 2 'Q VN Wx ' - "' Finnell, Thomas Fischer, Barbara Fischer, Gary Fischer, Marilyn Fischer, Sheryl Fischer, W'anda Fisher, Larry Fisher, Linda Fisher, Mo na Fisher, Susa n Fitterl ing, Cindy , w .ld 11 F sri? is .1 1 ' . Flagg, Charles Flanary, Peggy Fleischmann, Linda Flciss, Jean Fleming, Pamela Fletcher, .lohn Flint, Angela Flippen, Carey Flori, Florence Flucke, Ray Fluharty, Susan Fluke, Elaine Fondren, Deborah Fontenot, Barbara Foote, Cynthia Ford, Ervina Ford, Leslie Forster, .lo Forsythe, Charles Forsythe, Robert Forsythe, Thomas Fortner, Janet Foster, Betty Foster. .leff Foth, Mary Fowler, Martha Fowler, Mary Fox, Deborah Fox, Patricia Fox, Teresa Foxworthy, Carolyn Francis, James Franken, Cherrie Franklin, Donald Franklin, .lean Frankum, Kenneth Frazon, David Fredcrsdorff, Nora Freeman, Constance Freese, Allen French, Loyd Frey, Larry Fricke, Norman Fridel, Vicki Friedberg, Paul Friederichs, Carol 'il f YM x Y M Y N eva- ' ea " 1 -. Q 4 4 ' L ,gs :W '17 '1 v ff Y 25:2 ltl.: ,A - if "lift f' 5' FQFAFHQ IETI 'A " 'Fi7""eQ1 531352 X N Q- 1 "' ' '- - ..,. V 1, Hr, " ,U , 35 " -," 'jar v gg, 1 L' -M 'ff ff f" ef .-N A ' V jr' .4 'Qi ' fv , j , , ' , , ,: g A57 --Ag M' H 1 .111 . V 1 U45 f. m M L 'fr : :xl '.::. ,E W J' z all 1. fa:-, mc W +9 .fl n , . , w. We im, ,N E ,U 'E-E,-:,:4 ..,. sr' ' ' ' H 1 A Zh ' H g ig? ff 1 . I I I 1' U Emi' -egg, 'fig -ff ,A 1 ..., :L X , . f fl L' -:T L 1 ., , J. .,.. ., IFA -f -f 1 'lL!'r7"?f'. ' I A' , 1 4 - 425- - ii: 'TZ 5' . -e . . u: ' .. - ,' ff 'R .ff 'Ji lf '-'-- L" N Y 41. ,sn X Z a ,Li H -I - ig, X T' , I f Aff K 5 A X. ,La f ,w V W , IP 5 no -1 ,A 'vu ..- aajisf fr '- 'si V L: ' i ,. E " , . p 1 h an r. :v- 'V r rw 6 ,f 31" V' if ' i W 1 Qi YL. H472 35' -' 4 m w Us me 5, A - . an L I 'iv 1 1 Q- 1. X1 Q. f V H Q 2 A S 5 H up 1' ,.-, me 1- fa- -vw rv- 4-, v-J 3 1. n V, G H, MS. x- ' ,Q eva A g' W 4. 233 nderclassmen: Frl Gla Friend, Barbara Fries, Karen Friesz, Patricia Fritchie, Duane Fritts, Steven Frilzemeyer, Sandra Frost, Linda Frost, Phyllis Frost, Wkzndel Fruv, Richard Frueh, Mary Fry, Denise Fry. Edna Fry. Shirley Fry, Teresa Fuchs, Gary Fuchs, Roger Fullerton, Mary Funk, Barbara Gabriel, Stephen Galstcr, Janice Gann, Glen Garamillo, Cathey Garber, Diana Garcia, Patricia Gardner, .lack Garland, Nancy Garnett, Beverly Garnett, Deborah Garrett. Barry Garrett, Larry Garrison, Linda Gassen, James. Gasler, Charles Gastineau. Kenneth Gaylord, Teddy Geary, W'iIliam Gee, Thomas GefTerl, Barbara Geier, .loyce Gentry, Gary Gentry, Linda George, Bob George, W'llliam Gerber, John Gerke, Larry German, Carol Germann, Rita Gs-rmann, Ronald Germann, Therese Gertz, Dorothy Gervieh, Deborah Gholarni, Samad Giannios, Stamata Gibson, Susan Gibson, Suzanne Gibson, Zane Gieringer, Kenneth Gilchrist, Frances Giles, Leta Glllcm, Edward Gillespie, Julianne Gillespie, William Gillis, Mary Gillroy, Carol Gilmore, Anita Gipsnn, Michael Gitthens, Donald Gladden, Joanne Glnzier, Sally nderclassmen GCC-Glll Gockel, Sheila Goddard, Elizabeth Goddard, Garry Goens, Deborah Goens, Nita Goering, Roberta Goetz. Janet Goff, Gayle Goldman, Alvin Goldsmith, .ludy Goldsmith, Linda Goll, Jimmy Goodell, Carol Goodman, .lennifer Goodpaster, Barbara Goolsby, Belinda Gooseman, Vicki Gordon, Johnnie Gorman, Linda Gose, George Goshorn, Linda Goth, Michael Goth, Sharon Gower, Karen Gower, Phillip Gradlnger, .lay Graham, Charolette Graham, .lanet Graham, .ltldlth Graham, Sandra Graves, Carolyn Green Graves, Linda Gray , Gray, Gray , Gray, Gray, Gray, Gray, Gray, Green, Green, Green Barbara Carol John Melissa Robert Sandra Sandra Steven Carol Deborah Kenneth Green, , Patricia Patsy Green, , Ricky Green, Greeson, Charles Sydney Gregg, Bet hene Gregory, Brenda Gregory, Kathryn Grlffard, James Griffin, Susan Grlffllh, Cheryl Griffith, Constance Griffith, Gayle Griffith, Jeanne Griffith, Phillip Grlgsby, James Grizzell, .less Grooms, Steven Gross, Franklin Grote, William Grotha, Patricia Groves, Darryl Grumke, J an Guenther, Cathy Guffey, Jennifer Guinn, Rebecca Guinther, Trudy p ,. ' ' N, 'F if 1 f 1 j "' 1 I 235 nderclassmen: Gul-I-Ir Gulla, Rosemarie Cullickson, Karen Camper, Patricia Gunn, James Gunn, Ralph Gunnels, Ester Gurney, Robert Cwin, Danny Haude, Beverly Habcrslroh, Mariann Hackett, William Hackmann, Russell Hackney, Carol Haffey, Ronald Hagan, Janice Hagan, Marjorie Hagedorn, Bernard Hagedorn, Connie Hagedorn, Donald Hagedorn, Jeanne Hahn, Danny Halbert, Deborah Hale, Michael Hale, Phillip Hale!-1 Janet Hall, Getla Hall, Renea Hall, Susan Hall, Zona Haller, Steve Hallman, Pennie Hallows, Jerry Halsne, Thelia Ham, John Hamann, Donna Hamblin, Mary Hamer, Frank Hamilton, John Hamilton, Larry Hammen, Julie Hammond, Daniel Hammond, Sherry Hancock, Brenda Hand, Glenna Handy, Deborah Hanks, Larry Hanna, Daniel Hannah, Robert Hannah, Terry Hansberry, John Hansen, Cindy Hansen, David Hansen, Mark Hanshaw, Michael Harashe, Lois Hargravc, Crista Harkrider, Connie Harlin, Richard Harmon, Catherine llarms, Sandra llarns-ss, Cheryl Harper, Judy Harper, Lora Harper, Patricia Harrington, Janet Harris, Edward Harris, Vin-land Harrison, Bill Harrison, Nancy Harrod, David Underclassmen: Har-Hil Hart, Alvin Hart, Rebecca Hartman, Marie Hartsock, Deborah Hartzlcr, Barbara Harvatin, Robert Harvey, .lane Harward, Julie Hasch, Douglas Hass, John Hassler, Donna Hasty, Mark Hauschildt, Barbara Hauser, Rodney Havener, Randy Hawes, Patrick Hawes, Richard Hawkins, Barbara Hawkins, Mary Hawkins, Sharon Hayden, David Hayden, Deborah Hayden, Larry Hayes, Gary Hazel, William l-lead, Peggy Heavener, Gerald Heberle, ,loan Hedrick, Richard Heeren, Cynthia Heggem, Stephen Heim, Ruth Heimericks, Miko Hein, Marlene Heine, Kathy Heine, Nancy Heissman, Larry Helland, Beverly Hellman., Donna Hellman, Sheila Helmich, Cheryl Hclmig., Bruce Helms, Judy Helms, Mary Helton, Nancy Heman, Denise Hembrec, Dora Henderson, Geneva Henderson, Leslye Henderson, Susan Hendricks, Sandra Hendrix, .lanis Henning, Timothy Herberlie, Lnnnn Herbert, David Herman, Vicky Herndon, Sherry Herzog, Karen Hess, Robert Hesse, Dale Higgins, .lackson Highley, Colleen Hileman, Gayle Hllgedick, Donald Hill, Michael Hill, Patricia Hill, Richard Hill, Sandra Hllse, David Hin, Doris Q.. .fn- 4-5, zfw , '73 'J' div 1-wma? -':...e:2... - :mv 3 .E I 'K R I E nderclassmen: Him-Hun SEQ? 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Z- .p-. 237 ,al H imes, Gary Himmelbergv Jerry Hinson, Lawrence Hinton, Steven Hisle, Dennis Hitchcock, Cynthia Hlavacek, .lune Hoatson, Robert Hodges, Kathy Hodo, Glenda Hoedl , Teresa Hoe!-me, Hoellge, Lon Ronald Hoff, Charles Hoffman. .loyce Hofstetter, Lynda Hogan, Martin Hokail, Mohammed Holland, Cathy Holland, Ginger Holliday, Gail Holliger, Sandra Holman, Billie Holmes, Mary Ann Holton, Leslie Holtz, Fred Holtzen, Brent Honlelt, David Hopkins, Helen Happen, Edwin Hopping, Mike Hord, Randal Horn, Chris Hoskins, Robert Hosman, Kathy Hosmann, Deanna Hough, Robert Houser, Linda Houston, Elizabeth Howe, Janice Howell, Howell, Lonnie Vicki Howlson, Jeanne Hoyle, Monty Hubble, Connie Huber, William Huddleslon, Gale Hudson, Hudson, Hudson, Daniel Terry Tod Huff, Martha Hufferdick, Nancy Huffman, Eileen Huffman, Ronald Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Cynthia Edward Erna Linda Marsha Ralph Huhman, Elaine Huhmann, Janice Huleit, Diana Hull, Carolyn Humblrd, Terry Humburgv .lan-nes Hummel, .lanet Humphrey, Gayle Humphreys, Karen Hunt, Pamela Underclassmen Hun J oh Hunt, Ruth Hunter, LaMonte Hunter, Marsha Huot, Rhonda Hurst, Darrell Hurst, Michael Hurtt, Margaret Huston, Teresa Hutcherson, Kent Hutson, Linda Hutson. Lynn Hyatt, Donna Hyde, Cathey Ihlar, Rebecca Ihrig, Gail liams, Vlrgll Imhoff, Michael lmhoff, Michael lnhoden, Gregory Indall, Leanna Inge, Valerie Ingels, Mary Ingram, Brenda Ireland, Marila Ireland, Ronald Irey, Joyce Iserman, Julianne lsoln, Mary Karen James John Montgomery Vlcltl Wesley Charlotte Iverson, Jackson, J ackson, J ackson, Jackson, J aclsson, J acquln, Jaco, Wendell John Beverly Mary Kathleen Pamela J acob, James, James, J andl, Jason, J ave., Mickey Jeffries, Catherine Jenkins, Charles Jenkins, Frank Jenkins, James Jennings, Kenneth Jennings., Larry Jennings, Linda Jennings, Ralph Jennings, Rayma Jensen, Rick Jerstad, Jerry Jeter, Eleanor Jobe, Danny Johns, Rebecca Johnson, Alan Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Belinda Johnson, Benila Johnson, Debra Johnson, Diana Johnson, Douglas Johnson, Excell Johnson, Gary Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Karla Johnson, Lawrence Johnson, Martha Johnson, Pamela 'tg'-.Q 59 ss- g, 'Ui' r.. nderclassmen: Joh-Ker -L4 "'7' ,-.9 Lu- ,gn PT johnson, Pattsy Johnson, Raymond Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Sandra Jolly, Marilyn Jones, Allyn Jones, Brian Jones, Brian Jones, Carol Jones, David Jones, Deborah Jones, Dennis Jones, Esther Jones, Larry Jones, Myla Jones, Nancy Jones, Paul Jones, Peggy Jones, Richard Jones, Ronnie Jones, Sheldon Jones, Terry Jones, Verdie Jordon, Loren Journey, James J nyc-1, Jumps, James Carolyn Jurd, Sharon Kagarice, Dorothy Kaiser, Don Kaiser, Kevan Kaiser, Lloyd Kalwei, Marcellus Kalwei, Martha Jff rv ds Kamenetzky., Sheila Kampsehnoeder, Kathleen Kane, Liz Kane, Michael Kappler, Kay Kasmerchelt, Donald Kastner, Peggy Kaumans, Mary Kaumans, Roger Kaye, Pamela Kearns, Donna Keeeh, Stephen Keener, Joel Keeney, Merron Keeth, Christina Keister, Roy Keller, Brenda Kelley, Maureen Kelley, Monica Kelly, Kathleen Kelly, Patricia Kelsey, Mark Kemma, Mary Kemper, Paula Kempf, David Kempf, Jerome H I lvxff--53.1. --4 ...J 2 5352. . .fr Ax.. eo 'fl N f Kendrick, Rochelle Kennedy, Douglas Kennedy, .lane Kennedy, Mary Kennedy, Rngene Kennedy, Vicki Kenner, Gayle Kennett, Norma Kennon, Fletcher Kerr, Emily Underclassmen: Ker-Kot Kersten, Mary 2 Ketlerlin, Jam- 3 Keutzer, Donna l Kidwell, Jim 3 Kidwner, may 1 "P f- Kiely, Richard 3 Kilby., Gary 2 Kilgore, Valerie I Killian, Sandra 2 Kimbrell, Karen 3 Kinder, Patti l Kindred, Bonita 2 Kindred, Gerald 3 Kindred. Linda 2 King, Carols- 1 King, Craig 1 Kang, ml.-ll 3 King, Sam 1 King, Sherry 3 Kingery, Dennis 3 Kingsley. Susan 1 Kinkade, James 1 Kirby, Linda 3 Kirk, .lan 3 Kirk, Patrick I Kirkland, Michael 2 Kirkpatrick, Allan 3 ',1.Q.m Kirschman., Teresa 1 Kish, Pamela 3 Kisnvr. Richard 3 Kissinger, Dennis l Kistner. Stephen 3 x Kitchens, Mack l ff' : Kitt, Susan 1 Klages. Janice 3 Klatt, Dale 2 Klatt, Dean 3 Klausmeier, Carol 3 Klaustnrmeyer., P. 1 CQ e-v Kleffner, Cathiu I X f Klein, Margaret 3 ' Klein, Rebecca 2 111 3 5 Kline, Pamela . 1 Klinksick, Stanley 3 Kloepfel, Penny 3 Klussman, .lanet 1 9 "" ...1 Knapheide, Steven 1 Knight, Donna 3 Knight, Roberta l Knight, W'illiam I Knipmeyer, Bonnie 3 ,- KniPl"v Beverly l Knipplr. Margaret 2 Knittel. Cynthia 2 Knnrp, .lohn 3 Knox, Clcarlis 2 Knox, Donald 3 Koch, Chester 3 Knchsmeier, Shirley 1 Koehl, Beth 1 -v- Koelling, Teresa 2 Koenkc, Katherine 3 Koepke, Rhonda 3 an-si n" ,Y .V Koerner, Pamela 3 :Z , A 3 ' , x x x Kohl, Ronald 2 'F 1 Kolm, Diane 1 A -4 Komer, Timothy 2 WJ K V! 'N ,- Koppelmann, G. 2 IA' ' Y L' 'V Kostnpolus, Paula 1 gf ' Y, - E W' Kottwitz, Palsy 3 U W ' , I I L 240 r 'E' ,E ,XT My 1: 555155, 3- U .. w - h .-we nz 'fa 1 ' , , V S gf : Z g Y mf ix 1 1, I i fi? A W Mu ' 751115,-7' I' 2' , 'W ,- ,-5 1-4' maj f "1 V! gi-. - :J -. 5, 'Am ,N I,-.' V:-Z: I-. KL ,YZ my ,ef qu, f 49 ,NL w E v + 'wh , -L, Ibm , " ,, ' V , I an 1 H, , , ' wi N T4 N' 5, ,R 'A -Z' .-9 l" fu r, ' 'A v N' 1' P, ' X E31 .I J V Q-, L Xf S , , H fm u ' l MQ ......,.. M 1,5 1 ,L.:., T 6 i -...v ,... iw. 15" i be 241 nderclassmen: Kou-Lav . , Kounovsky, Karen Qfffi Kozlen, Victoria 1 Kraft, Donna 'QL Kraft, Karen ,. Kramer, Dennis .2-fm ., Qi' J Y H www 'ii , C' 3 1 5 ,..i J , ,. -4, , Ky .W -1,315 1 Krause, Krause, Kumm, Kuster, Lakey, X Kramme, Gwenda Krauss. Jackie Kraus, Michael Kraus, Ronda JHIIIBS Margaret Krausel, Teresa Kronshage, Sheryl Kru eger, Fonda Kruger, Cary Kruse, Deborah Kueeker, John Kucser, Joyce Kuester, Kenneth Kugler, Mark Kullman, Judith Sharon Kunard, Darrell Kunard, Joyce Kunkel, Mary Ku rtz, Terry Kenneth Kuttenkul er, Keith Kyle, Kandel Labodie, Bill Lafferty, Claude ,v Lake, Janet Lake, William Gary Lale, Valerie Laulastnr, Judith ' Lamb, Nt-al Larkin, Larkin, Larriek Larson, Larson, 'P' Larson, -effu- .., Larson, Larson, LaRue, ,f Lasaler Lavelle, Lamln-r d, Dennis ' -- Lammers, Harold Lammers, Phillip Lana, Mary ' Lancaster, John Land, J Landes, oe David Landing!-nam, Debra Lane, Larry Lang, Terry Langewiseh, Charles Langford, Jane Langford, Teresa Langston, Art Lunsford, Marlene Lanning, Jeannine Lapides, Robert v Q Carol Patrick Judi th Debra James J on Linda Steven Roberta Deborah Lauderbaek, Steve Lause, Timothy LaVelle, Joseph Linda Lavelock, Larry Lavelock, Vickie Underclassmen Lav Lov Laver, Marcia Law, Brant Lay, Susan Layton, Cindy Layton, Linda Leachman, Sharon Ledman, Cynthia Lee, Alicia Lee, Diane Lee, .lulia Lee, Karen Lee, Patricia Legg, James Legler, Paula Leimkuehler, Carol Leimkuehler, Dian Lenz, David Leonard, Laura Leonard, Linda Leonberger, .lay Lepique, Annette Leslie, Walter Letourneau, Lester Levene, Dean Lewellen, Sandra Lewis, Gail Lewis, .lames Lewis, .ludith Lewis, Terri Liang, .lonsie Liermnn, Terry Light, Robin Lillard, Michele Limbaek, Steven Lindeman, Curtis Linder, Michael Lindsey, Robert Lindstrom, Donna Linhlrdt, Jeanette Link, Walter Linncman, Sarah Linville, Marilyn Little, Nancy Little, Scherry Littleton, Shirley Litton, Reva Livingston, Karen Lloyd, Diane Lobdell, Kevin Lochhend, Steven Lockler, Eleanor Loehr, Susan Loethen, Camille Loges, Paul Lohe, Bernita Lollar, Shirley Loney, Kenneth Long, Barbara Long, Deborah Long, Donald Long, Julie Long, Margaret Long, Mary Long, Michael Long, Richard Long, Robert Lopez, Edward Lopez, lgnaeio Lovan, Teresa Love., Donna .,+,.,w vw f , la 1 1 nderclassmen: Lov-Mar Love, Cary Lovelace, Richard Lovinger, Bud Lowe, Craig Lowrcy, Gloria Lowry, David Loyd, Bruce Lucas, Carolyn Lucas, Linda Luehrman, Donald Luchrs, Carolyn Luippold, Beverly ,- Lujin, Ronald Lukosius, Patricia Lunlar, Lu pton, Lusch, Luster, Lycan, Lync h, Lyo ns, Lyons, Lyons, Lyons, Mahry, Terry Carol Carol William Vinson Pamela David Debora Gary Thomas .lanice MacDonald, Gregory MacDonald, Joseph Mack, Cynthia MacKay, William Modding, .lane Maddox, Sharon Madcs, Douglas Madison, Mary Mager, Dennis Magness, Dawn Mahnken, Steve Mahon, Edward Maier, Janet Maisak, Judith Malcolm, Donna Malin, .loe Mallory, Cynthia Manley, Linda Mann, Donna Mannering, Sherry Manners, Christina Manning, Drucilla Manning, Gwendolyn Mantle, Gregory Manuel, .loyce Markle, Nancy Markshurg, Harold Marlcway, Michael Marquis, Sclenc Marriott, Ronald Marrudcr, Marilyn 44 A nvi- .il H' If 3' A , .. I f"i :gl ' X L'-' , M 1 x lu I . S . :I A 4 r ,U , . W V .' me 'i' l 0 ' 3 , , fuk A I 0' 5' 243 Marsh, Larry Marsh, Marla Marten, Steve Marlin, Deborah Martin, James Martin, .lohn Martin. .lulia Martin, Kathy Martin, Mary Martin, Michelle Martin, Rodney Martin, Sharon Marta, Samia Marx, Barbara Underclassmen: Mar-MCK Marxkors, Marianne Masoner, Charles Massey, Elizabeth Massey, Patricia Masters, Carolyn Masterson, Mary Mathis, Katherine Matney, Mark Matthews., Larry Maun, Lana Manton, Phyllis Maxwell, Dale Maxwell, Janis Maxwell., Lisa May, Connie Maycock, Charles Mayer, Pamela Maynard, Rickey Mayse, Janice McBride, Constance McBride, Deborah McBride, Donald McBride, Kay McBride, Mickie McBrnom, Mary McCabe, Carol McCambridge, John McCann. Shana McCarthy. David McCarthy, Gayle McCarty, Terry MeCaslin., Mary McCauley, Barbara McClain, Charles McClain, Jim McCloud, Kenneth McCloud, Philip McConnell, Marcia McCool, Michael McCormick, Patricia McCormack, Robert McCoy. Peggy McCracken, Nancy McCrary, Susan McCuddy, Margaret McCullough, Joyce McDaniel, Michele McDaniel, Sheri McDonald, Janet McDowell, Janie Mclilhaney, Barbara McElvain, Becky McElyea., Glenn McFarland, Laurel McFicld, Marilyn McGaffin, Christine McGee. Jana McGinley, Ruger McGinnis, William MeGowen, Kathleen McGrath, Michael McGraw, George McGraw, Mary MeGrew, Rozanne McGuire, Mark Mclntire, Janice Mclntash, Deborah Mckee, Robert McKelvy, Susan McKenzie, Kathleen 'S-y 1 E-1.9, . , E34 L' '- W3 - 3 ,ia by 2 ' if fy l i n 4 'e' ja A . u l zrlv, --"- . 1,-. nderclassmen: MCM-Mlt 'crib R get-M 1' r , Q1 P I V ,Wu . 5 ,n vs . 1 New -we a , M e I? MH" New Wagga 69 Us'-5,15-17 4 ' 'wi 4, f-'fd PM :2 McMillan, Patrick MeMorrow, Kathleen McMullen, Eva McNalie, .lanes McNamara, Donna McNamara, Josephine McNcely, Ralph McNeill, Sherri McNelly, Gary McRoberts, Ronda Mcans, Sue Mechlin., Bessie Mechlin, Patricia Medley, Richard Meek, Barry Mehler, Patricia Mchrhoff, Donald Melton, Mary Melton, Rickey Melton, Stephen Menauch, Barbara Mensc, David Mereness, Mary Merritt, Rex Merrylield, Diana Merrylield, .lohn Mcrryman, Patrick Mertcnsmeyer, Joan Mertensmeyer, .lohn Mcrtensmeyer, S. Metschcr, Rodney Meyer., Carol Meyer, Christine Meyer, Deborah Meyer, Dennis Meyer, Dennis Meyer, Glen Meyer, James Michaels, .lane Mick, Cathy Mickelson, Monica Middleton, Mary Miles, Rhonda Miller, Gloria Miller, .lanct Miller, Kent Miller, Mark Miller, Melinda Miller, Michael Miller, Nancy Miller., Pamela Miller, Ralph Miller, Rebecca Miller, Rehccca Miller, Sandy Milliken, Steven Milliron, Greg Mills. J. Mills, Leslie Mills, Robert Ming, Rita Minor, Marcia Minler, Thomas Mistele, Wilfred Mitchell, Arthur Mitchell, Dana Mitchell, Deborah Mitchell, Gcorganna Mitchell, Helen Mitchell, Robert nderclassmen Mlt Ne Mltten, Lanna Mix, Shirley Mobley, Brenda Moehle, David Mohn, Gerald Molder, Yvonne Moler, Linda Monk, Walter Morrison, Linda Monte, Colton Montgomery, Deborah Moody, Ruth Moon, Gayla Moore, Jeanette Moore, .lim Moore, Karen Moore, Mary Moore, Nancy Moore, Richard Moore, Ronald Moore, Stanley Moore, Stephen Morgan, Claudia Morgan Tommy Morlan, Michael Morris, Philip Morris, Roger Morrison, Cheryl Morrison, James Morrison, Marcia Morrow, Richard Morstain, Mary Morton, Patricia Mosby, Walter Moss, Deborah Mott, Shells Mozley, Thomas Muckey, Charles Mueller, Cheryl Muessing, Mark Mulford, Robert Mullen, Richard Mullen, Robert Muller, John Mullins, Matthew Mulloy, Christina Mumford, Gerald Mummert, Floyd Mundey, Alan Munsterman, Bill Munsterman, Cary Muntzel, David Mnrkin, John Murphy, Katherine Murphy, Robert Musick, Jean Myers, Anthony Myers, William Nail, David Nall, Jeanette Nance, Lynn Nanneman, Marcella Neumann, Mary Naumanll, Therese Nauss, Richard Naylor, Donna Need, Connie Neimeyer, Ethel Nelson, Jerry Nelson, Mary nderclassmen: en-Ost Nentiwig, Rebecca Neske, Mary Nesilerode, Effie Neuner, Janice Newberry, Cecil Newell, Darrell Newman, Leonard Newson, Betty Newton, Angelee Nibbelink, Melinda Nichols, Bruce Nichols, Connie Nichols, Deborah Nichols, Paula Nlekell, Debbie Nickell, Glenda Nicodemus, Carol Nielrruegge, Anila Niederwimmer, Mary Niemann, James Niemann, Paul Nieuwendaal, .lim Nirschl, Alice Nivcns, Gary Nivens, James Nixon, Steven Njegovan., Gina Noelke, Jerrilyn Nonnemaker, Judith Nordmeyer, Susan Norris, Vernon Norvell, John Norvell, Margo Novak, Suzanne Nuckles, Peggy Nuckles, Sue Nugen, Cherie Oberhelman, Bonnie Ollerschutte, Janice Obrianl, Marvin 0'Brien, David O'Bx-len, Diane 0'Brien, Michael 0'Brivn, William 0'Cunnor, Kari-n 0'lZ0nnor, Mary 0'Cannor, Sheila Odehnal, Peggy Odor, Clark Officer, Michael Oglesbee, Daryl Ogleshee, Neal Ohlrick, Gloria Ohrazda, John O'Kelly, Keith Olde, Ronald 0'Mara, Patricia O'Meara., Daniel 0'Neal, Joan Oppenheim, Rita Opperman, Kathleen Ornburn, Connie 0'Rourke, John 0'Rourke, Timothy Orr, Kenneth Orr, Roger Orlmeyer, Catherine Osborn, Terri Oster, Dianna Osllund, Mindy nderclassmen: sw-Pet Oswald, Patricia Oswald, Sarah 0'Toole, Delores 0'Toole, Patricia Ottingcr, Susan Outersky, Larry Overkamp, .lane Overkamp, Joyce Overman, John Overton, David Owen, Keith Owen, Patricia Owen, Stephen Owens, Paul Owsley, Keith Paddock, Jerry Pagano, Thomas Painter, Maurice Pallette, Larry Palmer, .lohn Palmer, Robert Palmer, Sandra Pape, Donald Park, Cheryl Parker, Barb Parker, Glenda Parker, John Parker, Phillip Parker, Robert Parker, Sally Parks, Kathryn Parks, Linda Parman, .lean Parr, .lohn Parrish, Anna Parrish, Donna Parsons, Diane Parsons, Karen Patterson, Sylvia Patton, Dennis Patton, Donald Patton, .lohn Paulsmeyer, Duane Paultz, Janet Payne, Lawrence Payne, Roy Peak. Thomas Pearson, Wanda Pemberton, Brenda Pemberton, Steven Perdue, John Perdue, Shirley Perkins, Dennis Perkins, Janice Perkins, Jeanne Perkins, Nancy Perrin, Kent Perrin, Sonja Perry, Sybil Perryn, Roger Peterman, Elaine Peterman, Jerry Peters, .loan Peters, William Peterson, Mark Peterson, Patricia Peterson, Susan Petrich, Robert Pettijohn, Charles Pettyjohn, Donald '17 ,-- , , :::,,.:..---2- , xg H me-'A as Z 'ei , gl? 3' 'NNT K 2 K ,fa fl X. , W, ,s , X ,.... Nfb 'TTD' rf mc:'W112I?f 'f , ' j' n ., ....,. .V N , f XX f Q ii" ,A Q. I1 nr 'vs , R N , Hai n , H uf X t . A' ' 4 'A M af-, S. 4?ff!' N Wm "'7 ' ' " t. 4.3 '- "1 ,T N, ,H . , , 1 V 'fa iw-K iii it W5 Q' Q iIi!!ilEg f iI,i e",,I1'fsEY 7 V. 1 , . I V HI. 1 ' F N. I I . f-. as ' ' 1 cg-2 -. Q VK' I7 In "' ' as Wu ., w 9, ,f i :ai 'Af L If , , " hm , 1' UwWy11,..ggg.,.h. Q31 ..- n Refi 5 , ,il -- I I 1' K J- :ygiff , Q Q - 1 - '- ,Yay 3 :ni . 'sg 1 'Mwst ' W ,ax ,M L ,,,., :Z TH: "' 2' ' r 'Wi fi - - ' 'E ' - . 1 Gm 55 ,M v ,J pa I I -,, , It , K 1a lei 'CJD a-vw .- "?. --, J' rx ,.-1, me 248 is -.again 'P an A 'uf' nderclassmen: Pev Ra Pevestorff, Susan Phipps, :vu Pierce, Pierce, Pinnell, H x S r ,F fn ff- I Polito, Q. -,I lx -r "1 wie 1:asfi":-Ji:-1 1-: 1 L-A fm 3, - .ru-,ft- 47,2 B . Q M A N we ,'?sL'.'n,:-'T' af, 1 5 1.1li'12'A is Phillips, Elizabeth Phillips, Leslie Phillips, Susan Phillips, Tara Stephen Pickrell, Jamie Piepergerdes, M. Cleava Donna Pierson, Brenda Thomas Pinzino, Mary Piper, Frank Piper, Slbyl Plpkin, Michael Pitmarn, Vance Pittman, D. Place, Melody Place, Penny Plasscycr, Dennis Planner, David Pohl. Judy Beverly Pollard, David Pollard. .lames Pollard, Kathy Polnack, Hilda Ponting, Timothy Poore, Bradley Pope, Debbie Porter, Cindy Porter, James Porter, John Porter, Martha Porter, Patricia Porter, Terry Porterfield, Polly Potlehaum, Cecili Potter. James Potter, Linda Powell, Donna Power, Joseph Power, Robert Powers, Kathleen Prather, Janice -'TD' f .' fi' I 1, r , , qs, r Q L Q I fri 1 E ial, E -"::: T fn Y Y L ' ' Y 1'i'. J . if 'iq 1 , N 'J .wi 249 Pratt, Lorraine Pratt, Marty Prccht, Nancy Premer, Wendy Price, Cheryl Price, Nancy Prigel, Rebecca Pritchard, Jacque Prives, Christine Proffitt, Richard Prosser, Bury Provanee, Roger Pruitt, Pamela Pryor, Thomas Puckett, Phyllis Pulley., Judy Purkett, Marian Purvls, Patricia Putthoff, Jane Quammen, .lane Raeunas, Thomas Rader, Jackie Rader, Sandra Ragan, Denise nderclassmen: Rag-Rob Rages, David Ragland, Deborah Ragland, Reginald Ragon, James Rainey, Lee Rains, Rick Rall, William Ramel, Michael Ramsey, Gerald Randolph, Cathy Randoph, Houston Ranes, JoAnne Ranes, Ronald Rankin, Diane Rapp, Carolyn Rapp., Paul Rathmann, Richard Ratllff, Gary Rawlins, Brenda Reach, Nlnholus Reams, Ruth Reavis, Florence Redel, Dianne Redford., Sherry Reed, Jacqueline Reed, Kathleen Reed, Marcella Reed, Susan Rehkop, Dorothy Reid, Quinita Reineke, Michael Reinhard, Thomas Reinseh, Robert Renft, Mary Repp, Elizabeth Rewoldt, Ruth Reynolds, James Reynolds, Mark Reynolds, Sharon Rhonda, Jude Rhode, Susan Richardson, Cynthia Richey, Sharon Richie, Keith Riddle., Cheryl Riddle, Janice Rieks, Margaret Rlflie, Roger Riggins, Eva Riley, Rickey Rimel, Charles Rinehart, Constance Rinehart, Gregory Rinehart, Michael Rlppeto, Janet Rlsley, Denise Rissell, Deborah Rittenhouse, Dennis Ritter, Rose Roach, Larry Roach, Willena Robbins, James Robbins, Meredith Roberson, Vicky Roberts, Charles Roberts, David Roberts, Debra Roberts, Judith Roberts, Lynn Robertson, Mary 1"""' fm 'Wh , ao- 250 -ef' fi ,..5 AA gush 1-vu 'Z 'rn YZ'-7-Y v'-1 .Y " ' 'K .v '. ,A ' r l 1' , N 1 E - -LR .69 I i, 7 -. , 'w. u on f V' H yy I , I Q' ' f H . Q , r fl - , ,' ' .4 :B ,-x f .. M N 1 ef',,, 5- ,L , " Z .' Pg., ' - ' "fm-V N j 1 - V .1 3 , , nderclassmen: Roh-Sch Robinett, Susan Robinson, Jim Robinson, Phyllis Robinson, Robert Rodden, Deborah Robinson, Wann Rodger. Lynn Roe, Lyla Roetheli, Karen Rogers, Ritchie Rogers, Roy Rogers, Sandra Rohiing, Barbara Rohrbaeh, Roscann Rnods, Pamela Rooney, Dennis Rooney, .leanne Ropehocls, Ruth Rosbrugh, Marjorie Rose, Charles Rose, Russell Rosenthal, David Rust, Cynthia Roth, David Roush, Nancy Rowald, Christine Rowlett, Karin Ruckman, .lo Rudasill, Marilyn Rudolph, Keith Rudroff, Karen Rugg, Tracy Ruggles, Daniel Rohl, Kathy Ruhling, Ted Runyon, Kathy Rupreeht, Deborah Rust, Sherry Ryan, Rex Ryan, Roy Ryan, Shirley Ryberg, Richard Sadler, Deborah Salemie, Bernard Saling, Mary Sallee, David Salee, Gary Salmon, David Sanders, Linda Sanders, Sharon Sanders, Steven Sandwith, Michael Sappinglon, David Snublc, Michael Saunders, Barbara Savage, Nancy Savitske, Scott Savona, .lohn Scanga, .lohn Scarff, Marcia Scearce, Michael Sehade, Theodore Schadt, Barbara Schaeffer, Donna Schafermeyer, K. Schaller, David Schallert, Barbara Scheperle, Susan Scherer, Mary Scheidt, Carol Underclassmen: Sch- er Schellmann, .loan Schenker, Patricia Schierlnecker, K. Schilligo., Susan Schilly, Diane Schilb, Diane Schler, Charles Schliehting, Connie Schlomer, David Sehlueter, James Schlueter, Janis Schmedding, Judith Schmidll, James Schmidt, Barbara Schmidt, .lumes Schmidt, Russell Schmiedeler, Stephen Schmitt, Deborah Schnaltenbcrg, llelen Schnakenberg, R. Schnackenberg, R. Schneider, Betty Schnieders, Mary Schnell , Donna Schoemig. Thomas Schoen, Stephen Schoenthal, M. Schoff, Kenneth Scholle, Thomas Schooling, Debbie Schowengerdt, S. G. Schreier, Deborah Schreimann, Duane Sehrik, Al Sehuetlc, Martha Schulenhurg, William Schutte, Phyllis Schuette, Steven Schulte, Edward Schulte, Kathleen Schulte, Kevin Schulze, Mark Schumacher, Kenneth Schumacher, Wayne Schumaker, Stanley Sehussler, Darlene Schuster, Kathryn Scott, Bessie Scott, David Scott, Jimmie Scott, Patrick Scott, Thomas Scott, William Scrivner, Mona Scruggs, .lames Scudder, Martha Sears, Melinda Sechrest, Harry See, Karen Seek, Robert Seeley, Susan Seger, Dennis Seider, Philip Selby, .lnhnny Sell, Wayne Selllrs, Sellers, Semkln, Semsch, Serrone, .l ohn James Sharon Jerry Mary JVM" -2 v A yi ' t ,H il' - Nviall' ll, .mg , egg. W ' was 4 1 : 5 f. J L x--.7 1 s . 'www we .rf W' f K . x f - ' D n v , I ff? -9 CI' ,fn ,- 'rex -'P' swev N ' l ff. Q? ...al 11' Ka Ny' 1 -.5 5 I n 9' W sing at P ,, K 5555 , IM-H eggs. 252 Us as. fv- r--2 'T' ,.,... 1' W1 ws 'TE ,:K,., n fgfiy 'll I 1 .Q S3 un- x. 75, -ns tri A H219 in -GX 54, 4. nderclassmen: Set Sma ' " "-. :Tint f - 'YF Setser, David Setser, Michael Settle, Roger Sevy, Vickie Sexton, Terrie Sextro, Sandra Shadley, Susan Shadwick, Britt Shanks, Glenda Shannon, Sheila Sharkay, Hugh Sharp, Gary Sharp, .lerry Sharp, Lois Shaw, Beth Shaw, Gail Shaw, Steven fa- ,f--vw 155: A,,L 253 .W 33 Shea, Kathleen Sheehan, Howard Sheeley, Susan Sheldon, Candice Shelley, Annell Shelton, Kathleen Shelton, Kathryn Shemwell, Brenda Shepard, Lynne Shepard, Steve Shepherd, Carolyn Sherbo, Robert Sherp, Susan Sherrell, Michael Shich, Lula Shields, Timothy Shilharvey, David Shine, Timothy Shipp, Mickey Shippy, Varner Shireman, Marie Shoot, Kathryn Short, Pamela Shotwell, Kathy Shour, Craig Shrider, Janis Shultz, Debra Shumate, Janice Shumate, Sally Siebenaler, N. Sievers, Corrie Sievers, Cynthia Sievers, Lori Silvey, Richard Siminis, Nancy Sirnmermon, Eddy Simmermon, Robert Simmons, .lane Simon, Natalie Simon, Scott Simon, Sue Simons, Dorothy Simpson, Haven Sims, Lowell Sims, Pamela Sims, Randall Singleton, Warren Sink, Deborah Skaggs, Sandra Skakal, Judy Slatten, James Sliffe, Karen Small, John nderclassmen: Sma-St.,I Small, Sharon Smarr, Donna Smarr, Rex Smashey, Cheryl Smith, Barbara Smith, Barbara Smith, Connie Smith, Deborah Smith, Diana Smith, Dorrancc Smith, Douglas Smith, Dwayne Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Ginger Smith, Glenna Smith, Fonda Smith, Gregory Smith, .lane Snider, .loan Smith, John Smith, Judith Smith, Julie Smith, Kathy Smith, Keith Smith, Leatha Smith, Linda Smith, Linda Smith, Mark Smith, Martha Smith, Merrill Smith, Michael Smith, Nellie Smith, Patricia Smith, Ray Smith, Robert Smith, Terry Smith, Veta Smith, Wayne Smack, Deborah Snider, Beverly Snow, Deborah Snyder, Frederick Snyder, Shelley Snyder, Steven Sommer, Leslie Summerville, K. Southand, Donna Spader, Diane Spainhour, Sandra Spalding, Edward Sparks, Brenda Spaunhorst, Syney Spears, Joyce Sparks, Charla Spease, Gary Speers, Allyson Speir, Charles Spencer, .lulia Sperry, Carol Sportsman, Anita Spradlin, Steven Spratl, Renee Sprinkle, Richard Spruill, Dwight Spurgeon, Gary Spurgeon, Jerry Spurlcck, Richard Squires, .lan Srack, Russell St. John, Nancy up, -.19 '-X '7 254 -.-3 J -47 f f ez- - 1 new ,lf ft f H wg, 5 I ' '43 -L". ' Y I Y WX, n. Lx , 1 3. ij ,yr 5, ff, 4- vz, .,:' ,gym I, as ' ,, 1 , . - C' if . L ffg-1 ' 'r. it W ' fy a 1 , n 55 ,e PM h .w . 3, he if , wil' l . + -wel-. , 1 lfx ' ' if 1 1 - .1 :yew ,aa ls Qt 2.1 + 5' to H Y 'u -r 1 r 4 70 I , , i ' deli' 4:5 '? 1-nw Q- 'I' it nderclassmen: Sta-Sud vs 'T as 'Eu Eli x eh, .4 u 1-xi Y HIS -1-s 255 Stafford, Judy Stahl, Alan Stahlman, Thomas Staley, Judy Staley, Marilyn Stallard, Linda Stallmnn, Gary Stanfleld, Marion Stark, Dana Stark, Penny Starke, James Starke, Tom Statler, Benita Staton, Larry Stauffer, Gloria Steele, David Steele, Kathryn Steele, Mary Steele, Sharon Steenbergen, Gayla Steenbergen, Glen Steffen, Steffens, Stegner, N aney Rosalyn Barbara Stein, Barbara Stein. James Steinbru Steiner, Stephens eck, Karen Karla , Mona Stephens., Richard Stevener, Marc Stevens, Barbara Stevens, Mark Stevens, Nancy Stevens, Rita Stevens, Sherry Stevenson, Larry Stewart, James Stewart, Kathy Stewart, Nancy Stewart, William Stewert, Paula Stickrod, John Stidhnm, Alan Stobaugh, Debra Stober, Sherry Stock, James Stockman, Kenneth Stoekman, Mary Stokes, John Stokes, Sandra Stoll, Douglas Stoll, Terresa Stonner, Barbara Story, Sandra Stoumbaugh, Janet Strate, Larry Strathman, Richard Stratton, Dan Striek, Vickie Stricker, Strobel, Strobel, Janet Bruce Phyllis Struehtmeyer, Glen Studt, Rex Stuerkc, Stuetzer, Kenneth Laura Stuke, Glen Stu rat, J oanne Sudclarth, Marshall Underclassmen Sul Tod Sull ivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Summers, Summers, Summers, Mary Morey Nancy S. J. David .l anet Rose Sundermeyer, M. Surbaugh, Nancy Swank, David Swank., Rebecca Swanson, Kathleen Swaters, Roger Swearngin, Lesla Swenson, Carl Swetnam, Richard Swezy, Vcrnie Swindlcr, Ivan Sylvester, Valerie Tackett , Mic hael Taggart, Michael Talbot, Charles Tash, William Tate., Cheryl Tatum, Barbara Tatum, Douglas Taullmee, .lulicl Taylor, Deborah Taylor, Diana Taylor, Donald Taylor, .lames Taylor. John Taylor, Lois Taylor, Ronald Taylor, Sharon Taylor, Timothy Taylor, William Tm-bbonkamp, Mary Teblxenknmp, Shirley Teghlmt-yur, Samuel Terrell, Br:-nda Terry, William, Jr. Tvsson, jennifn-r T1-ster, Andrea Thaclnfr, Darrell Thanapisitikul, Thanin Thayer, David Thit-rf:-ldcr, Sharon Thimas, Charles Thomas, Lonny Th omas. Rogor Thompson, Barbara Thompson, Cynthia Thompson, Deborah Thompson, Linda Thompson, Randy Tholnpson, R1-bucca Thompson, Tommy Thomurc, Robert Thornton, Danny Thorton. Danny Thorlon, Cwyndm-lyn Timson, Brvnda Tinslu-y, Ella Tippott, John Tobabcn. Rooney Tobin, Mary Toburvn, ,lanc-t Todd, Connie Todd, Donald Underclassmen: Tod-Wal Todd, L Tolbert, 53' TV' -sir Towne, Trabuc, Truitl, Truitt, 'ss Tucker, ,-. , Turley, Turley, X Turner, Turner, Turner, Turpin, A :IA 'NL-?'f x Tyndall Ullrich, Underw Unsell, Urban Urner, Usher, .flu X . -, 1 'U I' ' x v ... T, 1 ix . v-an 1 Townsend, M al' Tumbcr Turnbow Todd, Harold eonard Bruce Toler, Gayle Tolle, Lloyd Toops, Larry Kelo ein Calhy Tracy, Richard Trammell, Lhamon Trent, Donna Tripp, Sondra Troll, John Carolyn Marilyn Tuccillo, Michelle James ger, Karen Kaye Robin , Bennet! George Corden Patricia Linda Tyler, Dean Tyler. Joyce , Wanda Sandra ood, Adele Emily Thomas Lewa Donna fl' - , ' Ulz, Michael 1 is y Uiz, Sharon 2 Q 'T ' 'wx ,T Uxa, Cathy 2 ' 'N 151, Vahrenherg, Rosanne l ' Ii s"' fwwt Valhraehl, Wayne 3 l H 'Hp' Valenzuela, Donna 2 N '41 Y Y .3 -l Von Booven, Ceil 1 Vance, Alan 1 Vance, Kenny 2 ,Q Vance, Peggy 2 , Vandlver. J. S. 1 ,I Van Kirk, Michacll 1 ,Nu Vanwinklc, Gregory I V Varonc, John 3 Venegas, Ronald 3 Verllnden, John 1 'li W' Vernon, Richard 1 iq. Volker, Elizabeth 1 Veulemans, William 2 Vlllerup, Diana 2 Voelkel, Charles 1 Voelker, .lan 2 N Vogelsmeier, Ruth 3 in 1 I' Vogt, Arthur 1 'rg 1 ,K Vollmar, Bonnie 3 ' xg N 3 K' Vonderahe, Susan 1 H., dry, Vosael, Lawrence 3 'vziqgp Vossler, Myrl 2 Wade, Beverly 1 Wade, Carol 1 Wafel, Robert 1 Wagaman, Sheryl 1 Wagner, .lanice 3 Wagner, Michael 1 Wald, Gary 2 257 Underclassmen Wal Wel Wainscott, Gary Walden, Cynthia Walden, Eugene Walden, Gary Walker, .lane Walker, Linda Walker, Merlene Walker, Norman Walker, Sandra Walkup, Dawn Wallace, Gail Wallace, William Waller, Peggy Walters, Cynthia Walters, Gary Walters, Linda Walters, Pamela Walters, Patricia Walton, Edgar Walton, Sharon Walton, Susan Walz, Diane Walz, Terry Wansing, Steven Ware, Peggy Ware, Robert Ware, Wendy Ward, Beverly Ward, James Ward, Kathleen Ward, Kenneth Ward, Linda Ward, Nataeie Ward, Robert Warden, .lorry Warden, Maryann Warner, Nancy Warren, Linda Washburn. Barbara Washington. James Wasleski, Gerald Waters, Pamela Watkins, Gary Watson, Debra Watts, Charles Walls, James Waugh, Patricia Weadiclc, Karlene Weatherspoon, Terry Webb, Webb, Webb, Webhe Weber, Weber, Weber, Weber, Wegmann, Wehmeyer, Wehmeyer, Weidernan Linda Tracy , Stephen James Mark Mark Thelma I' Richard Marilyn Gilbert Janet , Robert Weigand, Michael Weinberg, Steven Welch, Beverly Welch, Stephanie Weller, Karen Weller, Rlek Wells, Helen Welpan, Randall Weltermann, Jane! nderclassmen: WelW1l Welty, Kenneth Werkmeister, V. Werneke, William Werner, Kim Werthman, Leslie Werthman.. Valora Wescott, Cathy West, Donna West, James West, Lyle Westbrook, John Westhusing, Shirly Westmoreland, Rebecca Whalen, William Wheat, Barbara Wheatley, Janet Wheeler, Howard Wheeler, Nancy Whitaker, Faye White, Arleta White, Clara White, Georgetta White, Gregory White, Henry White, James White, Phillip Whltener, Donna Whitney, Vernon Whitsitt, .lames Whitsitt, Vicki Whittaker, .lean Wiedenmann, Martha Wletlenmeyer, Rhonda Wieschaus, A. Wieskamp, Marcia Wilbanks, Henry Wlllzurn, Christy Wllke, Diane Wilkerson, Roe Wilkins, Vinitta Wilkinson, Gayle Wilkinson, .lack Willard, David Williamson , Susan Wilson Williams, Dian Williams, Ellaraine Williams, Glenn Williams, Jacqueline Williams, James Williams, Janis Williams, Kathy Williams, Maurice Wllllams, Michael Williams, Michael Williams, Ralph Williams, Rick Williams, Rita Williams, Sam Williams, Toni Wllllg, Nancy Wlllinglam, Patricia Willis, .loycc Wilson, Charles Wilson, Cristina Wilson, Dale Wilson, Debbie Wilson, Kathleen Wilson, Michael Wilson, Paula Sandra nderclassmen Wll Zul W'ilson, Stanley Wilson, Tania Wjll, Carol W'inburn, Ellen W'inders, Cae W'indlcr, Nancy Winn, jimmy Yvinnie, Laura Wise, Emily Wise. Kenneth W'ise, W'esley W'issman, Glenda W'ileher, Michaela W'ilherup, Barbara Witlirow, .lnmes Wiltenberger. Evelyn W'iftelll.1ergcr, S.C. W'illman, .lames W'olTord, Theresa W'olco!l, Ronald Xvolfe, Randy W'ull'e, Susan W'ull'e, Terry Wolfe, W'cndall Wolkcy, Rebecca W'ollkamp, Maria Wood, Dee Wkmd. Michael W'oud, Vanlla W'nod.ford, Phillip Whrudiey, Susan W'oodrel, Christen W'oods, Donna Woods, Sue Wooldridge, Bruce W'orland, Donna W'orth, Debra W'urlhy, Carol W'ren, Teri Wright, Dennis W'righl, Linda W'righl, Ronda W'right, Sharon Wright, Susan Wrisinger, Ricky Yanevich, Marlin Yarick, Merna Yeager, Karen Yeager, Will Yeislcy, Ann Youmans, Mary Young., Gary Young, Harold Young, Joseph YoullB, Judith Young, Karen Young, Michael Young, Paul Young, Virginia Youngs, Bonnie Yount, Rowena Zambo, Robert Zeikle, Roy Zimmer, Christopher Zimmerman, Carolyn Zimmerman, jerry Zimmerman, Linda Zuck, Barbara Zuiss, Camila 5 '9:: vw -, " 'P -", , - N ' . '-""' I , x . Qgifij' W -' ' w :H ' " ' ,f im 1' ig 1, X 5 3 g ' :gy ' 1 " n ., 9 W , M "tw ,. 'qi " '- I N Sig l f' 1 l Tir K 5' Sf. l QQ'-. 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Late Enrollment Duncan, Eddie Enlow, Daniel Ensor, Diane Epperson, Margaret Fee, Cynlhin Henkel, Terry Herndon, Patricia Herring, Michael Hnrllein, Marvin Hcssel, Floyd Hcying, Patty Hicklin, Elaine Laursen, Barbara Meincrshagen, Gary Miller, Steven Miller, William Porter, Lanny Wheeler, Harry Woerner, .leri ' iii? -nv, A CMS student teacher learns that teaching consists of simple discoveries. 261 Residence Adams, Mauritza Affolten, Larry Allen, Donna Allen, Lorna Anderson, Frank Anderson, Jeanette Applcbury, Thomas Armour, Keith Arnold, Johnnie Atavllah, Syed Auld, Bonnie Austin, Joseph Baker, Garry Barnes, Gail Beebe, Stephen Benedict, Patrick Benedict, Ronald Bergman, Laurence Bishop, Fred Black, Beverly Blumenscheih, Laura Boone, David Boswell, Vernon Bowman, Perry Boyle, James Brasel, Steve Brewster, Vicki Brooker, Shirley Broughton, William Brown, Gary Brown, Glenna Bulyar, Robert Burgess, Johnny Burkhart, Jack Burnell, Donald Button, Wayne Carlson, Karin Chambers, Reed Clark, David Cobb, Barbara Cochran, Kent Coffel, Scheryl Conrnw, Thomas Conyers, Mark Cook, Robert Cooper, Wanda Cope, Ronald Cornelius, Elaine Crabtree, Christopher Crabtree, Joyce Craig, William Cramer, Charles Crawford, Wayne Cupp, James Cyre, Larry Dabbs, Robert Davidson, Richard Davis, Doris DeGeorge, Tim Dejanes, Jeannie Denny, Everett DePoonere, Janette Dewey, Thomas Dowling, Larry Elehelberger, Miller Eichman, Sharon Ek, Lela Elder, Claudia Eldrege, James Ellingsen, Melody Center: Ada-Ell' 3 1 3 1 1 1-K 1 3 i-Q 3 2 3 1 3 3 1 5? of-. 1 2 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 4- 4 3 1 2 3 1 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 -rf 1 1 1 3 3 2 3 1 1 2 3 4 1 3 1 2 3 "N Q -, -5-.. ...a 262 'Ui lv A--i 63 Residence Center: Ell Kro Ellis, 'Jim Enzmann, Lorene Exposito, Sharon Falco, Kathryn Ferguson, Dora Ferguson, James Ferguson, Joseph Ferrell, Paul Fickel, Connie Fields, Paul Findley, Howard Fisher, Marie Ford, Gene Foster, James Freeze, Pearl Fry, Dwight Galbraith, Diana Garcia, Robert Gardner, Raymond Good, Timothy Gorman, Steve Gossage, Beverly Graham, Ernest Graham, Jerry Greeley, Gerald Green, Dale Gross, Franklin Hagedorn, Leah Hamilton, Henry l-Iammontree, George Hansen, Vicki Harmon, Llohn Harrell, Stephen Hart, Robert Hawley., Linda Haxton, Charles Henderson, Vicki Henry, David Hernandez, Victor Hillen, Mike Hogan, James Hogan, Paul Holmes, Donald Holtzclaw, Jeanette Hoyt, Deborah Huckabey, Milton Hufft, Gail Hughes, Jerry Hull, James Hunter, William Hurst, J. Hussain, Kazi Ingram, Forest Jackson, William Jenkins, Gloria Jewell, David Jewell, Peggi Johnson, Darla Johnson, Earnest Johnson, Ginger Joy, Ruth Kauffman, .lim Kauffman, Lynne Keller, Charles Kelley, Beverly Kerner, Denise King, Larry Kneuven, Donald Koeher, Earl Krokstrom, Nancy Residence Langham, Ronald Lanhoff, .luhn Leslie, Richard Levitt, Terri Lewis, David Little, Robert Littlejnhn, Gary Lockhart, Raymond Loftis, James Logan, Nancy Luckefy, Janice Lunnon, Ed Lunnon, Gregory Mahan, Jeffrey Marlow, Thomas Marlin, Anita Martin, Billy Martin, Harold Martin, Mary Martin, Nancy Mathews, Roberta McConchie, Robert Meints, Sherry Melahn, Philip Melyn, Linda Mertell, Mike Messina, Patrick Mickelson, Terry Miller, Larry Miller, Mervin Miller, Ronald Miller, Saundra Mitchell, Christopher Moore, Judy Moore, Lee Moult, W'arrcn Myers, .lanice Nail, Donald Nance, Carol Newham, Gail Nieder, Leon Nixon, Kathleen Norris, Judith Oelherg, Forrest Olivarez, John Overby, Glenna Ownsbey, Dona Pappas, John Patterson, Jayne Perrin, Lloyd Perry. Julia Peterson, John Petty., Grace Platt, David Plumberg, .lerome Pozin, Glen Raps, Steve Ramliff, Pac Reed, .lohn Rehklau, .leans Rensch, Robert Rice, Ronald Richards, Evelyn Richardson, Robert Rockford, Louis Rodckopf, Gregg Rude, James Rogers, Elmer Roseman, Linda Ross, David 35 Hr' 'TL "-2" vi '21 n I ' , Q. EE ' 4: 1 :Eg 1 ,tl , Na! L. 5 r lr .- ,fe ., ' 1 "t.i" ! an " -A ,Q Residence Center: Sad Yoe Saddl er, Roy ' . Schulze, Phillip ,R .. f Shatto, 'lf' ' " :Tvs J Sloan, Small, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, " -as-" , 1 X X QL .1 3 W Y u 8, W 1 ,F , u i ,. X . Z: 'S X ff 'jr A - --gil' Ng r ,Q ' , 1 U12 r , Q -, M' -'Y Ish ,- f Smith, Smith, 44' Soper, Snake, Spears, C' ' ' Stalswu NW . , 3 'ful ,, , 4 , eg Talbot, W' ' Totta, Wade, ':" Walsh, W'ard, Wfelsh, .-:N W'hcat, White, Q Willis, Ns ,. , Singleto Spadcr, Sears, Vercel la Shackelforcl, Steven Bill Shelton, Paul Short, Alta n, Deborah Russell Hans-Joachim Anderson Avery Harold Kelley Vicki Virginia Cary Dec Lee Joyce SPVY. St eve rth, Mark Stifflcr, Darrel Summers., Francine Tackett, Donald Norman . - ' Taylor, James Tendall, W'illiam Thomas, Donald Tomplcin, Harley Frances Towe, Cheryl r Trader, William Tulipana., George Turntine, Donald Michael Walden, David W'aIdon, Bonnie Wallar, L. Joyce W'alton, Charlene Donna W'arren, Elizallclh Warren, Esther Watkins, Deborah Robert W'ew ers, Richard .lereld W'illiam Wiegand, Deborah Wilder, Marshall Willey, Stove Williams, Lynda .lack Wilson, .lohn Wilson, Thomas W'indhausen, Cathy Winfiel, Donald Winstead, Marilyn Wolf, Patricia Wolfskill, Jerry Wormsley, Wanda Wright, Joan Van Sickle, Larry Viglianturo, Gerald Vincent, .lames Visnich, Claudia Vogt, Clori Voth, Larry Yocum, Donald Residence Center: You-Zim ?ii5p,,s' J ' 'EWFK 3 ff 3 ' ' X 'f' 05 , ff ' " W fin - ,i . Y V 3' , 'Ii' A2 F riff: ' . F , ,, ' E, A 'Lg 15- 2 H L 5 19511 J' .. -3 ' Young, Sandra 3 ' ""- Ii 9 - 15-'I' V f" ' g wh1iF:'-:- Z - W4 -' i " 5522-7 znduvich, Melanie 1 fgmn ' ? Zinla Fred Q. "'?"' 11 -- ,',:-"ff ,'1 YJ V rig? '- 'yf YW fi , Zlfi t if A " ' '- '.o 3.71, . V . 15 -' f 1' ,f -' ' ' 1- 6' ' 1 w f K as e e f e. fe f f ' - ' " , ,v f-gr., , ffl , , I V W Q . FN I Ez,-yu .W W uw! m V W? I N , L' I gpfgii 5 Q34 img 5 ef eg,- -Xe x J , T Q :f s N' V, -JA -1 Ji' f :" in SWPSF my-if 266 ffkfp A Abbott, Dean 217 Abbott, Sherre 60,220 Ahdelkader, Abdclraouf 217 Abdoler, Katherine 220 Abdullah, Abbas 181 Abercrombie, O. D. 220 Abington, Michael 98,220 Abney, Gary 220 Ahney, Terry 181 Abraham, Larry 220 Academics 152 Accounting Club 53 Ackerson, Virgil 170 Ackley, Dennis 170,217 Ackley, Diane 220 Activities 16 Adair, .Inn 220 Adam, Linda 181 Adams, Barbara 181 Adams, Billy 102,220 Adams. Esmond 170 Adams,janic1: 220 Adams, Joseph 170 Adams, Keith 220 Adams, Kent 220 Adams, Larry 220 Adams, Maurilza 262 Adams, Robert 181 Adams. Thomas 86,181 Adams, W'i111r: 170 Adelman, Debra 220 Adminislralion Building Administrators 158,159 Affoller, Larry 262 Agnew, Mary 220 Ahart, Brenda 220 Ahart. Craig 220 Ahnrl, Douglas 220 Almll, Joyce 181 Ahult, Leva 220 Ahring, Richard 220 Ailor, Jennifer 181 Ailnr, Lynn 220 Akers, Lillian 220 Akers, Virginia 220 Akers, Wayne 181 Akins, Franklin 220 Alaisa, Joe 96 Alban, jenny 220 Albin. Kenneth 220 Allure-cht,.luli1: 143,170 Alexander, Bnrlnim- 220 Alexander, June 220 Alexander, .loscpli 220 Alexander, Kathryn 220 Alexopoulos, Nicki 220 Alford, Barbara 220 Allen, Arlene 220 Allen, Barbara 181,220 Allen, Billie 170 Allen, Donna 262 Allen, Ernest 220 Allen, Kathryn 220 Allen, 1..awrenr:c 122 Allen, Leonard 108,220 Allen, Lorna 262 Allen, MeIva170 Allen. Michael 220 Allen, Pam 106 Allen. Paul 100,181 Allen, Rodney 220 Allen, Roy 220 Allin, Pamela 76,220 Allinder. John 220 Allison, C01Jiml 220 Allison, Cyntlliu 220 Allison, Leslie 220 Allison, Steven 220 Allman, Glenda 148,181 All-School Carnival 28,29 Allwuod, Merle 98 Almes, Billie 58,220 Alpers, Les 88,181 Alpers, Linda 220 12,13 Alpha Gamma Dm-ltn 58,59 Alpha Kappa Lambda 78,79 Alpha 1 hnicrun l'i 60,61 Alpha Phi llmvga 80.81 Alpha Sigma Alplm 62,63 Alpha Sigma Tnu 64,65 Alpha Xi Dm-lla 66,67 Allcnieyer, Robert 220 I DEX Au Yeung Min 217 Auer. Curl 221 Aucr, June 221 Aufenkamp, Chcryl 221 Augustine, Mary 221 Augustine, 'l'arry 221 Auisu, William 221 Auld, Bonnie 262 Barfoot, Janet 221 Burgfrede, Patricia 221 Bargfredc, Richard 82 Bargfrede. Ruth 221 Bergmann. Brenda 221 Barker, Bill 182 Barker, Danny 222 Barker, Sheila 182 Allhuuse, Nancy 220 Alvarez, Donald 217 Alzale, Gilberto 181 Amateur Radio Club 53 Ambrose, Deborah 220 Ament, Jnlnus 11 Amick, Dianna 220 Amos, Russell 220 Amsinger, Deborah 220 Anngnos, Mary 220 Anders, Leslie 170 Anderson, Andruw 96 Anderson, Barbara 220 Anderson, Betty 181 Anderson, Elnora 220 Anderson, Erma 68,131 Anderson. Frank 262 Am1erson,Clen 170 Anderson, james 220 Anderson. Jeanetu: 262 Anderson, .lay 181 Anderson, Marilyn 220 Anderson, Nancy 181 Anderson, Bah 181.220 Anderson, Rohm-rl 86 Anderson, Rnger 108.220 Anderson, Run 181 Anderson. Sherry 220 Anderson, Terry 80,220 Anderson, 'l'lmmas 181 Andes, Donald 181 Andrew, Sanrlra 220 Andrews. Joseph Andrews, Robert 220 Anglin, Deborah 221 Anglin, Roger 100,181 Ansline, Dwight 221 Anthony, Arthur 181 Anthony. DQ-nis 57,100 Anthony, Phillip 221 Applebury, Kay 221 Applebury, Thomas 262 Apprill, Ann 131 Araby, Hashim 217 Arala, Ilfliclluel 217 Arbisi, Joseph 181 Arbogast, Duarte 221 Arens,jan1,-I 221 Arens, Karen 221 Arenson, Gail 221 Aring. Gary 181 Armhrusler, Mark 181 Armour, Keith 262 Arms, Vonila 221 Armstrong, Larry 221 Arnall, David 78 Arnold. Cathy 221 Arnold, David 221 Arnold, Jack 181 Arnold, ,1i1l1'llfB 221 Arnold, .lnhnnic 262 Austin, Barbara 64.221 Austin, Jack 181 Austin, ,Inseplx 132,262 Austin, Mary 221 Austin, Rebecca 221 Austin, William 181 Avershman. Glen 181 ANYS 49 Ayer. Kathy 221 Ayler. Rnbcrl 221 Barlish, Larry 96,182 Barlow, Annetlee 221 Barnes, David 182 Barnes, Gail 262 Barnes, Gary 222 Barnes, Janet 222 Barnes, Marcia 222 Barnes, Mcrilee 222 Barnes, 1'nul 86,134,182 Barnes, Ron 182 Barnes, Susan 222 Barnes, Vicki 222 B Babcock, Nancy 182 Babiuch, John 221 Bachmann, Duanr- 170 Bacon, Larry 102 Badger, Charles 221 Baer, Deborah 221 Balmer, David 217 Bailey, Beth 221 Barnett, Floyd 222 Barnett, Michael 84,132 Bamhousc, Thomas 100 Barr, Carolyn 222 Barr, Milton 222 Harr, Rnherl 96,222 Barrale, Don 86,222 Barrett, John 86,222 Barron, Diana 132 Barrow. Nancy 222 Bailey, .Iames 221 Bailey. Joyce 170 Bailey, Linda 221 Bailey, Terry 221 Bailey, Wendy 58,181 Bainbr idge, .1 ack 221 Bainer, Catherine 221 Bnisch, Jnnc 221 Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker. Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker- Baker' Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker. Baldwi Baldwi Allen 221 Carla 182 Clara 182 Carry 262 Irvin 182 .lack 88,221 Judith 221 Kathleen 221 Kathryn 170 Laura 170 Linda 182 Melford 182 Rita 182 Shamn 182 Sharon 60 Shirla 221 Timothy 34,102,221 Vlfillizlm 100,221 n, Cheryl 221 n, Kenneth 217 Baldwin, Robert 170 13a1en!inv,Jue 57,92 Balenlinf-, Olivia 70.221 Ball, Kali 76.221 Bnllew, Marjorie 217 Ballou, Anne 221 Barrows, Leroy 169,170 Barry. Carol 222 Barry, Thomas 222 Barlel, Barlels Larry 222 , Josephine 222 Bartels, Roberta 222 Barlels, Virgilcm: 182 Bartlett, Karen 182 Bartlett. Roy 222 Bartlett, Susan 182 Bartow, Gale 16-1,169,170 Barlow, Tom 122,182 Banram. Slcpllrzn lB2 Baseball 133,139 Bash, Patty 74,182 Baskvl ball 122-131 Bassham. Shelley 222 Bates, Cynthia 62 Battrea ll, Doris 5B Baucom, Doris 72,222 13aucom,,Iames 182 Bauer. Chuck 92,144,145 Bauer, Bauer, Bauer, Jeffrey 102,222 Richard 222 Shirley 222 Baumann, ,lane 182 Baumgarden. Dennis 222 Ba umst ark, Diane 222 Bausch, Ruth 222 Buy, Larry 182 Bayless, Stanley 222 Bayne. Elizabeth 182 Beale, Donna 217 Beale. Mary 222 Bean, Dennis 109 Arnold, Jonathan 221 Arnnld, Margaret 181 Arnnte, .lean 181 Arnote. June 181 Arosemena, Nlmlquiadcs 131 Ars1anian, Susan 221 Arth, George 221 Arth, James 221 Asrzlnge, Mary 181 Ash, Brenda 181 Ash. Deborah 221 Askren, Kenton 181 Alaullah, Syed 262 Alchisnn, Daphne 221 Atkins. Carol 221 Atkins, Diictta 221 Atkinson, Catherine 221 Airy, Sled 217 Ballou, Michael 221 Balser, Linda 70 Ballrusuilis, R. J. 94 Baltz. Howard 170 Bumfnrrl. .lcane 170 Bancroft. David 221 Bancroft, Janice 221 Banderman, Gloria 221 Banister, Yvonne 221 Banks, Christiunn 221 Beard, Andrew 222 Beard, George 11 Beasley, Benjamin 182 Beasley, Harold 137,222 Beasley, Ruth 222 Beatty. .loan 222 Beaudoin, Nannee 222 Beaulieu, Waller 222 Beaver, Lyle 170 Banks. Janet 182 Banks, Waller 182 BankS.1Villic132 Bankus, John 221 Banning, Jamie 221 Baptist Stud:-nt linion 48 Bechtul d, Martha 222 Beck, Marcia 222 Becker, Kcnnclh 222 Becker. Linda 60,182 Becker. Sara 222 Becker. Vera l-l-2 Baranyai, Gary 182 Barbee, Anne 182 Bnrhee, Patricia 182 Barber. Corey 132 Barber. Gail 60,221 Barbour, Marsha 151,221 Baresel, Danny 221 267 Beckerdile, Charles 182 Beckman, Erwin 182 Beckman. Rich 96 Beckman, Roberta 182 Beckner, Ronald 182 Beebe, Arthur 222 Beebe, Stephen 262 Blank, Hvrherl 9-1,183 Boyle, james 262 Brown, Candice 224 Bel-be, Sl:-vv 182 Beeknmn. Linda 222 Bm-In-r. Cunmlulu 183 B4-env, Lunniv 222 Bvvrmzxn, Chucryl 222 Bom-ur, Bill l02,222 Bcisscnhn-r1.'l'L-d 'IBJH3 Bakr-lwrvdv, .Iuanicv 222 Belknap, Mvluniv 222 Bell, Carol 222 Bell, Iiliznbm-ll1222 Bell. Emma 183 Bell. Kenrmlh B6 Bell. Marvin 170 Belshn, john 170 Bcnffdicl, Pnlrirk 262 Bencxli cl, Rnn:1Isl262 Benno, Miclmn-I 222 Bennet, Richard 9-I Bennvlt. David 86.222 Bcnm-ll, .lunu 222 Bennett. ja-un 222 Bennvll, Kukhlvun 222 Bvnm-tt, Lincln 222 Bvnnvt Bennul l. l':nric'in 183 l. Rosalie 217 livllllirxgfivlll. ,Iunly 1815 BL-nsluy. Shark 80.222 Bvnsnn, Larry' l8I1 li:-rc-rulls. Martha 183 Berger. Cx-rald 96,222 Bcrgnr. .lohn 222 Bcrgm:1n,Connic 222 Bergman, liurl 222 Bergman, Jnhn 94 Bergman. l.uur4-ncv 262 Bu-rgmun. Lucy 170 Bvrgsivker. Carol 222 Hvrkvnluyer. B. I.. 222 Br-rkslrcssrr. S. R. 222 Harry, Barham 222 151-fry, lieuy 222 Bvrry, Diana 58.222 B:-rry, .Inhn 222 Boswell. Vernon 262 Harry. John 94.133 Berry. Ron Iii? Br:rsc:hzu1ur, Clnumliu 222 Burlolune-, Thon1:.1r, 92 BL-rlz. Jacquvlim- 183 Bess, Belinda 222 Bvsl, Myra 74,183 Bust. William 183 lh-In Signla Vai 82.315 Belhul.,Qlunl1 223 Bells. Lfnmla 223 Bvulner, Rita 223 Bvvurd, Thmnus 78,223 Hey:-r. Susan l83 Be-yr-r. William 223 Bibb. .lun 170 Birlml. Chvryl 223 Bivrv. Bnrlxxru 223 liiuri. Frances 223 Biggzlr, William 98 Higg4erslali'f. Su 1- 60,223 Biggs. .Iuffrvy 223 Bil1dv:l.l,alriuizl223 Binningvr, Pulricial 74 Bird. Carol 223 Bisaha, Marlin 170 Bisr, Randall 86.223 Bishop, I-'urn-sl 183 Bishop. Vruddic 262 Bishnp. .Innes 223 Bnwlin, Duzrm: 183 Buig, Leonard 225 Bishop, Wanda 223 Bilner, Sur- 223 Bitnfr. Tcddy 183 Bitliuk. Dean 217 Bitlikur. Lynda 223 Bixby, GI:-nn 170 Bixby. Timolhy 223 Blau-k. Bm-vf-rly 262 Black. l"nrrL-sl 223 Black, Gary 9-1,223 lllzwk. llmvard 223 Black, .lun 183 Black. Lloyd 2225 Blnrk, l':lnu-la 183 Bla:-k. Perry 170 Blackmun. Jumvs l32,223 Blnckwvll, llulo 170 Blackwood, Nancy I5I Blaine, Janice 223 Blair, Kathryn 62,223 Bland, Darrel 78.223 Blank, Terry 80,223 Blankenship. Luc 132,223 Blankenship, Paul 223 Blaschke. Cynthia 223 Blaylock, Diana 223 Bledsoe, Carolyn 183 Blicfnick, Gary 223 Bluemke, Michuul 223 Blnum. Thmnas IB3 Blum, James 223 Blumcnschein, Laura 262 Bluudcll, Harry 223 Bly, Randy 223 Roan. Nlargzlrul 183 Bnan. Ruth 223 Bndenhnmcr, Charles IH3 Bodenhuxm-r, Fred 223 Bode-nhamcr. Kara-n 62,183 Bodenhumer. Larry IOD Bodvnhamcr, Michavl 100 Bocdckcr, Sha-ry! 223 Bongur. Cnnslanco 2225 Bmzschun. Bruuu 2219 Boctlchcr. Carol 183 Bm-lllvr, Randolph B6 Bngun, Larry 90,183 Bognrcl. Barlmrzl 223 Bnggz-ss. Hal 223 Boggs, Stephen 223 Bngncr, Clmrlus IB3 Bohlen, Donald 170 Bnlmn, Stanley 183 Bohs. Priscilla 183 Boland, Lucy 217 Boland. Thulnus H33 Bnley. Edgar 223 Bolinger. Rein-run 223 Boller. Bob 96.183 Bollingur, Wanda 223 Bullmuycr, Limlu 223 Bulsvn, Putriciu 183 Bnll, Terry 223 Ballon, .larquclyn 151,223 Bnrnun. Stzmluy 100 Bond. Gregory 223 Bond. Janice 223 Bond. Nancy 223 Bond, Peggy 223 Bonmlurunl, Janws H8 Bnnell. H4-rxnxm 170 Bonnol, Larry 223 Bonkaslu, Xlary 223 Bunker. llzwid 223 Boone, David 262 Bupp. Curl 223 Horchcrding, I'mncln 223 Borders, Curtis 223 Iiorgnuryer. Ronald 223 Borgsludl, Clifford 102,223 Borland, Dali- 223 Bnrum. Fill:-n 223 Bosch, Nlirhvllv 223 Boslcr, Brcndu 223 Boslur. Mark 100,183 Boss, .lurxws 223 Bossa, Louis l70 Boswell, Ln-wis 223 Bnllemuller, Sharm: 223 Bnllomly, Howard 217 Bnuck. Sharon 223 Bowen, Rex 102 Bowers, Dium- 224 Bowcrsox. Xlichaxul 35,B6,22'l Bnwhmll, linda 183 Bowling, David 170 Bowman. Paul 22-l Bowman, Perry 262 Bowya-r, 'l'1:rusu 221- Boyd. Charlotte 22-L Bnyd, Christina 22-If Boyd, Coleen 224 Boyd, Douglas 83,224 Boyd, John 183 Boyd. Laura 22-L Bnyd, Robert 170 Boyer. Deborah 33,7-1.183 Buyer, ,Iudsl 183 Bozarih, Ted 122.183 Bnzarlh, Terry 224 Bozzay. Terry I22.l27.l30,l3l Brachcr, Tony 224- Brachtcscnml, Nancy 22-1- .Brzlckmzm, Anthony 224- Bruckmzm, .lunlilh 22114 Bradley, Both 224 Bradley, Cortez 217 Bradley, David 22-l Bradley, Patricia 22-1 Bradley. Throlzr W0 Bradley, William IBS Bradley, William 224 Bradshaw. Deborah 224 Brady, Carolyn 183 Brady, Charles 22-1 Brady, Donald 224 Brady, Ernest 102 Brady, .ludith 224 Brooks, James 84 Brookshicr, lloris 170 -Bross, Ronald 18-l Brolhr-rson. Cynthiu 184 Broughmn. William 262 Brown , Cathlcen 224 Brown, Claude 169,170 Brown, David 224 Brown, Deborah IB-L Brown, Dennis 224 Brown, Dorothy 72 Brown, Gary 1844.262 Bmwn, Gary 224 Brown, Glenna 262 Brown, Harold 108,224 Brown, John 224 Brown. Judith 22-l Brown, Kathy 58,184 Brown, Linda 22-I Brown, Margaret 170 Brown, Mary 224 Brown. Michavl 18-1 Brown. Patricia 217 Brown, Penelope 18-l Brown. Randy 57,92,l8-I Hunger. Lines! IB3 Braley, Jeffrey 224 Brame, jnun 18-1- Bmlne, Willinlll 170 Brammu ier. Terry 224- Brandes, Alvin 217 Brandl,Jusepl1 18-'L Brandle. Lucinda Z2-1 Brandi, Carol 184 Brandt. Lester 224 Brandt. Ralph 224 Bransnn, Jody 151,224 Brunton. Harold 217 Bmnum, Patricia 224 Brasel, Steve 262 Braselton. Steve 108 Brasher. Brenda 224 Brntcher. Donna 184 Brallen, Clifibrd 224- Brzrllon, Eileen 22-1 Braustrnm, Paul 170 Bruner, Frmd 170 Bruuger, Slevu I3-1 Brawdy, Yirginiu 18-L Bray, David 96,18-1 Bmylcy. David 224 Brayman. Kenneth 86 Bremer, Bremer. Bremer. Brengarl n Brenna Linda 184 Paul 22-L Ronald IB-1 h, Francis 22-1 , Cunni 224 Breshears, Ronald 2l7 Bresnahun, Dennis 224 Hrelall, Cynthia 22-If Brclall. Robert 217 Brelall, William 181- Brewcr, Deborah 2241- Brewer. Lawrence 22-1 Brewer, Mary 224 Brewer, Rohcrl 170 Brcwington, William 170 Brewster. Vicki 262 Bridges, Lewis 22-1- Briggs, Glenda 184 Briggs, Robert 170 Bright, Connie 184 Briner. Kenneth 224 Briscoe, Sharon 224 Briscoe, Stephen Bl,l84 Brill, Donna 22-I Briltzlin, David Brimm, James V10 Britton, Roger 100,224 Brizendinrv, Karen 22-1 Brock, Baird 179 Brnckmnnn, Roh:-ccu 22-1- Broker, Vincent 224 Brookens, Kenneth 170 Brnokvr, Shi rlm-y 262 Bruuks, Edith 170 Brooks, George 224 Brnoks, Gladys 216 Brooks, Harold 22-1 268 Brown, Rebecca 74 Brown, Roy 22-l Brown, Sister Donna I84 Brown, Sfanlcy 224 Brown, Teresa 184 Bmwnc, Janice Browning, .Ialnes 171 Browning, William 224 Brnwnsberger. C, L. 224 Brownsberger. ,lon 184 Brownsherger. Mark 92 Bmwnsbcrger, Rose IB4 Bruce, David 224 Bruce, Judith 22-1 Bruch, Francis 225 Bruder, Peggy 225 Bruenger, Stephen 184 Bruffcy, Keith 184 Brumil, Ronald 98 Brumley, Michael 225 Brummil, Jim 108 Brundege, Jeanne 18-1 Brune, Diane 225 Brune, Phyllis 225 Brunkhorsl, Steve 225 Bruno, Larry 225 Bruno, Thomas l02,l08 Bruns, Rich 1-12,225 Brunworlh, Kim B-I Bruton. Suv: 225 Bryan, Barbara 76,225 Bryan, Chanda 184 Bryan, Deborah 225 Bryan. Gary 100 Bryant, Barbara 184 Bryant, Bobby 184 Bryant, Mark 18-L Bryant, Marlin 3-l,57,84,225 Bryant. Martha 225 Bryant, Ricky 70,225 Bryant, Robert 184 Bucey, Lnvonne 184 Buchanan, Km-nnelh 225 Buchanan. Marlha 225 Buchhviln, Charles 225 Buchhnrn, Barbara 225 Buck, Judy 225 Buckler. David 225 Buckles. Joan 17I Buckman. Ben 225 Buckman. Neil 225 Buckmnn, Stephen 225 Budd. Rickey 225 Bucket, Roy 184 Buhrmeslcr, Earl 18-1- Buhrrnesler, Ruberl l-l-2,143,184 Bullard, Loring 225 Bullard, Richard 80 Bullinglun, Becky 225 Bulyar, Robert 262 Bumgarner. .lack 171 Bunch, Fred 225 Bunner. Kathleen 225 Bunsclmcyer, Kenncth 18-1 Burch, Lynn 66 Burckhartt, Francis 225 Burdick, Patricia 225 Burditt, Burford Burger. Burger, Charles 184 , Craig 84,18-1 Cheryl 56,60,1B5 Peter 108 Burgess, ,lohnny 262 Burgess, Teresa 225 Burgoyne, Pamela 225 Burke. Burke, Burke. Donald 171 Mary 185 Nancy 225 Burke, Tim 225 Calder, Cynthia 217 Caldwell, Gayle 74,185 Caldwell, Timothy 96.185 Call, Gerald 226 Call, Robert 185 Callaway, Bonnie 185 Collis, Richard 185 Calton, Kathryn 185 Calvert, Susan 76.185 Cameron, .lames 185 Cameron, Patricia 60,226 Cameron, Richard 226 Campbell, Anita 74,185 Campbell, Frances 185 Campbell Burkhalter 225 Burkhart, .lack 262 Burkhart, Sharon 185 Burlbaw, Thomas 185 Burleson, Richard 109 Burmeister. Steve 102,225 Burnell, Donald 262 Burnett, James 225 Burnett, Don 102,108 Burnett, Wayne 225 Burnettc, Waller 171 Burney, Carin 225 Burns, Carol 225 Burns, Debra 225 Burns, Gay 225 Burns, Patricia 225 Burr, Robert 108.114 Burrell, Diana 146 Burris. .lan 185 Burrows, Cheryl 225 Burton, Donna 225 Burton,,1ayne 225 Burton, Linda 106,225 Burton, Michael 225 Burton, Randalph 185 Bush, Richard 185 Bushie, Mary 185 Buster, Rita 225 llus Stop 32,33 Butcher. Janice 225 Butler, Aaron 171 Butler, Catherine 225 Butler, .lack 225 Butler, Jacqueline 185 Butler, Steven 225 Burner. Bonita 185 Butner, Rebecca 225 Butterworth, Karen 225 Button, Wayne 262 Buttrarn, Thomas 185 Butts, Deborah 225 Butts, Ellen 185 Butts, Flavel 185 Butts, Micheal 108 Buttwell, Robert 217 Buxton. William 225 Buyat, Elroy 78,225 Byassce, Gloria 185 Byers, Kay 146 Byers, Lavern 225 Bynuln, Milton 185 Bynum, Pete 90 Byrd. Delores 68,185 Byrd, Marquita 225 Byrne. Micliael 78 Byrne, Michael 102.225 Byrnes. Larry 217 Byrum, Nancy 185 Bywater, Nancy 225 C Cabanas, Thomas 225 Cable, Linda 185 Cadigan, Susan 225 Cadwell, .lohn 225 Cafferata, Michael 225 Cagle, Suzanne 66,225 Cain, Marsha 225 Caine, William 225 Cairer, .lohn 226 Calahan, Paul 185 Calder, Claude 185 Campbell, Kathy 185 Campbell, Kit Lee 226 Campbell Lyman 185 Campbell, Martha 226 Campbell, Murry 185 Campbell Richard 226 Ruth 226 Chapman, Karen 186 Chapman, Pamela 226 Charles. Brent 102,226 Chastine, Deborah 226 Cheatham. .lohn 186 Cheatham. Thomas 171 Che-erlt-adcrs 106,107 Chestnut, tllen 186 Chew, Phil 171 Childs, Linda 186 Chiles, Karen 7-1,226 Chinokul, Chaiyant 217 Chitwootl, Scott 226 Chrisman, Barbara 171 Chriaman, Debbie 226 Chrisman, Janice 76,186 Christensen, Carol 226 Christiansen, Neil 186 Christmas, Rose 226 Christopher, Karen 186 Church, Vickie 226 Cipolla, Larry 9-1.226 Campbell, Thomas 100,185 Campbell, Vicki 7-l-,185 Canaria, Paul 217 Candido, Toni 21,76,185 Canfield, Allen 80,185 Canote, Don 226 Cantrell, Cary 226 Cartier, Constance 185 Carder, Ronald 27,9-1,185 Carcw, Kathy 76,226 Carey, '1'homas 84,226 Carleton, Walter 185 Carleton, Richard 226 Carlson, Carol 226 Carlson, Karin 262 Carlson, Kay 171 Carlson, Sharon 186 Carmichael, ,lack 169,171 Carmichael, Ken 100,226 Carmichael, Kathryn 226 Carney. Alan 226 Carney, Russell 186 Carnnahan, Patricia 226 Carolia, Sam 186 Carr. Cheryl 226 Carrender, Linda 226 Carroll, Daniel 88 Carroll, Gregory 186 Carroll, Margaret 186 Carroll, Rita 226 Carroll, Treva 186 Carsel, Chris 226 Carsten, Victoria 226 Carter, Ben 122,12-1,125 Carter, Charles 186 Carter, David 226 Carter. Elton 226 Carter, Karen 186 Carter, Katherine 226 Carter, Ken 186 Carter, Nick 226 Carter. Phillip 171 Carter, Stanley 186 Carter. Terry 92 Caruso, Thomas 100 Carver. ,luhn 102,226 Casady, Carmie 171 Case, Sandra 56,62,226 Casey, Mary 186 Casino Party 36,37 Castaner, David 171 Casteel. Mary 226 Caster, Norma 226 Castle. Conan 171 Castleman, Ron 171 Catalina, Marc 226 Catherson, Ronald 226 Causey, ,lames 82 Cearley, Curtis 80,226 Chakour. Frederick 226 Chalquist,l'1ollis 169,171 Chamberlin, Nancy 186 Chambers, Nancy 186 Chambers. Reed 262 Chamness, Terry 226 Chaney, Chris 226 Chapin, Cordon 171 Chapman, Denise 226 Chapman, Dudley 88 Cipolla. Vanette 226 Cissna, joy 186 Clardy, Betty 171 Clark . Bud 2-l Clark, Charles 217 Clark, Chris 21,56,70 Clark, David 262 Clark, David 186 Clark, Gerald 226 Clark. Kathy 186 Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark , Larry 186 , Mary 171 , Robert 186 , Stella 226 , Stephen 226 Clauneh, Jimmie 226 Clawson, Lynnette 226 Claxton, Tony 92,186 Clay, Susan 60,186 Clay. Wiilliatn 226 Clayton, Dorothy 186 Clayton, .lestine 226 Clayton, ,Iohn 78 Cleaver. 1.arry 226 Clement, lillis 171 Clemmons, Gail 226 Clem mons, Larry 226 ClemonS, lra 108 Cleve land. Wayne 171 Clcvcnger, Gerald 226 Clevenger, .lill 226 Clevcnger, ,lohn 217 Clevenger, Robert 226 Click, Xvilliam 186 Clllifc, Diana 1-l-6,226 Clifford, Patrick 226 Clifton, Larry 92,186 Cline, Audie 226 Clingan. Mary 226 Clinkingbeard, Margie 226 Cluff, Norman 86.226 Clutter, Dianna 227 Clutter, Marcia 227 Coates, litldie 108,111,1 Coats, Deborah 227 Cobb , Ba rba ra 262 Cobb, Deborah 186 Cobb, Nora 186 Coburn, Ronald 186 Cochran, llarry 186 Cochran, Kent 262 tlotzkrill. Chris 227 Coe, Fred 132.227 Coffel. .lohn 227 Coffel, Scheryl 262 Coffey, Doreta 227 Coffey, Richard 102,227 Coffman, Cathy 227 Coffman, Valerie 227 15,116,ll1.1.Zl Coleman, Kelly 171 Col:-man, Russ 27.171 Coleman, Yirki 227 Collier, ltonaltl 108,227 Collins. Connie 186 Collins, Donna 186 Collnbcrt, Tcrrit' 227 Collura. .lame-s 100 Colinerauer, Paul 227 Colvin, Melvin 227 Combs, Billie 186 Combs. Chris 227 Combs, Donaltl 9-1 Comm-ns, Cary 227 Comstmyk, Betty 227 Conklc, jeffrey 187 Conley. Linda 227 Conn, Richard 187 Connell. Llntla 227 Conner, Brenda 227 Conner, Debra 62,227 Conner, Theresa 227 Conover, James 227 Conrow, '1'homas 262 Constance, Byron 8 Contratto, Merle 227 Conway, William 227 Conyers. Klark 262 Cook, Beverly 58,227 Cook, Debra 227 Cook. Dianna 217 Cook. lfvelyn 227 Cook, Joyce 227 Cook, Kathryn 187 Cook. Lois 187 Cook, Robert 262 Cook, Roger 187 Coon, Gilbert 171 Coons, Ronda 227 Cooper, Barbara 187 Cooper, Carl 187 Cooper, Connie 35,187 Cooper, Glen 227 Cooper, lan 171 Cooper, loyce 187 Cooper, Lamont 122.131 Cooper. Larry 227 Cooper, Patsy 227 Cooper. Terrence 227 Cooper, 'littrry 227 Cooper, W'antla 262 Copas. David 227 Cope. Ronald 262 Corbett, Stanley 187 Corbin, Cathryn 227 Corcoran. fvlalcolm 227 Cortlaro, Linda 227 Cortlray, Ruth 227 Corey, Cordon 86,207 Cornelison, Stephen 227 Cornelius. lilaine 167,262 Cornell. James 187 Comctt, William 227 Corpening. David 187 Corrs-ll. Brian 137 Corum, Richard 187 Costigan, Mike 187 Cotht-rn, Linda 187 Colton, Monte 2-16 Couch, ,lan 227 Coulson, Barbara 187 Coulter. Forliest 6 Courtney, lidwin 227 Courtney, Marcia 227 Covell, Craee 227 Covrllo, Frank 100 Covey. Dennis 100,187 Cowan, Charla 217 Cowan, Stanley 227 Cowlrtk, Dedra 227 Cox. Bonnie 187 Cogan, Daniel 171 Coghill. Lelia 217 Cohen, Debra 227 Cole, Anthony 91.227 Cole, Brenda 186 Cole. Carol 186 Cole, Daryl 227 Cole. Diana 227 Cole. Kelvin 186 269 Cox, Clil'l'orr.l 227 Cox, Kathy 227 Cox, Laurie 227 Cox, Piul 92,227 Cox, Bob 108 Cox, Stanley 187 Cox, Stephen 227 Cox, Susan 227 Cox, Terry 227 Dudley, Danny 230 Dixon, Su-vvn 88,229 COX, Vicki 227 CUY. Richard 102 Coyle, Sandra 227 Crabb. Shary 60,227 Crahlrve, C. Xl. 262 Crabtree, Jewell 227 Cral'1tme,Joyuc' 262 Crablrz-se, Linda 227 Craig, Bcrniece 171 Craig, Cleo 187 Craig,.1ohn 187 Craig, Michael 187 Craig, Patricia 66,187 Craig, Rickey 227 craig, Rita 56,615,227 Craig, William 262 Craiglirrad, E. B. 11 Crall, Theron 227 Cramer, Charles 262 Cramer, Deborah 228 Cramer. Jack 187 Crane, Bully 187 Crane. .lulieen 187 Crane, Sally 228 Crass. Michael 228 Craven, Cheryl 58,187 Craven, Sherralyn 171 Crawford, Michael 228 Crawford, Mitchell 228 Crawford, Rebecca 228 Crawford, Susan 228 Crawford, Wayne 262 Crayton. Christine 187 Creason, Mary 187 Creighton. Wilda 171 Crenshaw. Carol 228 Crenshaw, Margaret 187 Crismnn, Connie 228 Crismon, ,Iudy 228 Crist. Calhy 56,513,228 Crist. Mary 228 Crocker, Sue 58,187 Crockett, Juhn 171 Cromwell, Christine 228 Crooks. Linda 146 Crookshanks. James 228 Cross Country 14-2-143 Crouch, Robin 228 Crow. Bruce 102 Crowder, Barbara 66,187 Crowdcr, Patricia 228 Crowley, David 228 Crowley. Melvin 2213 Crnwls-y, Raymond 228 Crudginton, .ln 187 Crump, Gail 171 Cryncs, Douglas 88,134 Cullcr. Teresa 228 Culp, Gcral 171 Culp, Leland 8 Culp, Ron 108,11r1,119,137 Cummings, Brenda 228 Cummins, Gene 228 Cummins, James 228 Cummins, Sandy 228 Cummons, Ronald 86.228 Cumpton, Marcus 228 Cundiff, Patricia 187 Cunniff. Maureen 137 Cunningham, ,l. M. 8 Cunningham, Kim 228 Cupp, James 262 Currie, Sharron 187 Curry,.1udy 187 Curry, Lawrence 217 Curry, Michael 98 Curtin, Richard 187 Curtis, Dan 171 Curtis, Cary 171 Curtis, Linda 228 Curtis, Lisa 228 Curtis, Ronald 171 Cusic, Thomas 228 CXVENS 48 Cyre, Larry 262 Dahlrs, Ruin-rl 262 Dacv. Larry 228 Dahlhvini. Bnfnda 228 Dahms. 111-lmrah 228 Dailvy. .lww-'II 2211 Dailvy. Tlmnias 228 Daily. Slvpln-112218 Dal:-, Dani-11 228 Dall-. Huwarwl 187 Dah-. Kallili-H1228 Dalzvll. Xlikv 78.2211 Dami-run. Sharnn 11111 Danga-lu. G4-ralal H8 Dani:-ls,Dnvi111T1 Danivls, 114-Ir-n 228 Danivlf, .14-annv 106 Daniels. She-1ly228 Dankl-ri, Slwrry 21211 Danlvy. Gary 228 Dania-y, l.inn1a 60,228 Dnrm-11, Kathy 71,228 Dulirevcv , .luily 229 Di -grnrgl-. Timothy 262 DL-hart. 1-'rank 229 Dm D4 Dr 'havvrh Brenda 229 -haven. Ona 220 '11l1, Bully 229 Dehn, '1'0inmy 188 Di -hnff. Elizzilictll 171 Dviku. Sandra 183 D4 'janvs. .lm-anncnv 262 Dr-kv. Timmins 229 Delaney, Barrun 229 Dclany, William 102,188 Dclarucln-. Susan 229 D:-Iislc. Ann 66,229 Dm-llvr. .lann-s 100.229 Dr-Inzii-r, Vance 57.88 Della Chi 8-1.85 Della Sigma Theta 68.69 Dvlla 'I':lu Alpha 51 Darwazah, Tall-lv 228 Daugherty. Jann-5 1118 Daughvrly. Jimmy 228 Daugh:-vrly, Linda 56.70.228 Daughm-rly. Marsha 188 Davvnpnrl. l'1arlu-rl 171 Davidson. B4-lty 2128 Davidson. Carl 1811 Davialsnn. Juhn 228 Davidson. Xlarlc 183 Davivlsnn. Xlary 188 Davidson. l1'1ic'havl 100 Davidson, Hicharml 188.262 Thurman 188 llvlla Zcln 70,71 liemoll, Eclilh 171 Dunham. llnruthy 229 Di-nham. Edward 171 Di-nharl, Douglas 188 D1-nlmrlng, D1-nnis 188 Dvnkcr, Rug:-r108.1I42.171 Dm-nman. Margate! 172 Dvnnvy. ,lanivs 188 Denning, EI Yirga 171 Dunnis, Barbara 26.3911 Dennis, Carolyn 188 Dvnnisnn, ,inhn 217 Dnvidsun. Davies. .lnhn 228 Davis-S. Marion 171 Davila. Guillnrrmn 171 Davis CnrIu21Z8 Davis. Charlullr- 228 Davis Chi-ry 171 Davis Danim-1223 Davis Dm-lwnrah 188 Davis Dvnnis 228 Davis Doris 262 Davis Calf-n 188 Davis 1larul11228 Davis ,lam-I 228 Davis .lanivv 228 Davis Janivi- 167 Davis. .14-aninv 1815 Davis. .11-nnill-r 228 Davis, jnycr- 188 Davis, Kathy 228 Davis, Kcvnnm'1li221'1 Davis. Larry 2211 Davis, Mary 188 Denny . Evvn-II 202 D4-nny. Sharon 220 Dvnlnn, .ivan 217 Dcpnorlvru 262 Durnus 1-,Billii-188 Dm-rsham, Thomas 96,1-1-I-,188 Desmond, Grvgnry 188 D1-uhvl, Evv 70 Dvu r, Dvlilmin' 229 Dcvcnny. Nina 172 DL-wey. Tlmmus 262 Dr-win, Dwight 229 Dihlasi. Frank 229 Dick, Cheryl 229 Dick. Danny 1-15,189 Dicklm-dvr. William 80,229 shucls. Dnnna 189 Dickrsneslivvls. Annu- 229 Dicken Dir:kf:y. Billy 189 Dickey. David 229 Dickey, Dulmrah 229 Dickey. .lamus 57.38 Dickhn,-rhzrr, Mary 229 Davis, 111191141019-1,188 Davis, Xlivhavl 188 Davis. Hivharzl 188 Davis Rngvr 228 Davis, Russull 188 Davis, Shanlrafrk 108,188 Davis, Shnrnn 26 Davison, V4-rnnn 188 Dawsnn, Limla 188 Dawson, Mary 228 Day. Charlvs 188 Deal, Michael 188 Deal, Sherry 188 Dean, Gary 188 Dean, Guy 1-1-1.228 D1-an. Jay 100 Du:an,1aym- 188 Dvan, Joycn' 228 Dvan, Vicky 188 D4'Arnmn1l. Carnl 188 Dl'Armnni1, Dvnliy 217 Dm-athcragv. Karen 2211 Dchn1l,,Iu hn 88,228 Dm-cker, Davu 91 Decker, Wallace- 229 Dedication 6 Dec, Mary 217 Due. WilIiam171 Dr-el, Chip 96,131 Deer, Kaliv 229 Dccrhvrg, Darrell 133 llviine, Kathy 188 Dnfnrr-sl, Kathryn 229 D1-frnin.1Javi11 171 D1 Dickinson, Carol 229 Dickmann, Ann 70,229 Dickson, Deborah 70.189 Dickson, Kathleen 229 Dicksnn. Rolwrl 100.229 Dia-ckhuff, Dale 229 Din-ckmann, 1.1.-una 189 Dicfemlnrf, Larry 1119 Dir-hl, Nlarlha 217 Die-nwr, GI-urge 11 Din-mer, Susan 61.229 Dim-rking, Ang:-la 229 Diurking, D1-horah 229 Dierking, Donna 229 Dierks, Danim-l 229 Di1'fe-nalvrfr-r, Jam:-s 229 Dilley. Larry 172 Dil1ingham.Jack 100,229 Dillon, Eddie 229 Dingus, Lylm- 229 Dinkins, Rnlxf-rt 9-1,229 Dinkins, Sharon 150,151,189 Dinsv, Cnrnl 229 Dischman. .11-anniu 229 Disllur, Dr-lmmh 229 Dilsuh, Susan 220 Dillman, Lincla 189 Dillmvr, Elaine 229 uak, Slanh-y 220 Dnhsnn. Larry 217 Dnckcry, Nlart ha 229 Dr D1 270 xctnr, Ahlms 189 nlgu, Carul 229 Dmlsun. Michael 139 Dndsnn, Patrick 229 Dmflling, Elninv 229 Diwlling, N111 229 Duke. Tinmiliy 229 lJo1L'cki.jnsvph 172 Dull, Dallas 229 Dolphins 52 Damian, 'Thomas CDH Dnnalclsnn, Gary 96 Dnnalh, Donald 172 Dum-gan, llichas-I 100,189 Donlay, Lana 229 Dnnninglnn. Sherry 151,229 Donovan, Roller! 57.86229 Dursley. Di-1nrr's 189 Dnnley, .lackie 98,189 Dnnlvy. Mary 151,229 Darn. Nancy 62.229 Durner, Dnnna 70.189 Doss, Wfvluqly 229 Dolsnn, Diann 229 Dnutl. Sam 172 Dave-r. Carol 229 Drvwler, Miczliael 130.229 Dowling, Lawre-new 262 Down:-r. Dawn 66,229 Duwnvy. Sh-vi-102 Downie-, William 229 Downing. B4-lh 229 Dnwning, Cathy 229 Downs, William 172 Dnziz-r, Vicki 229 Draffcn. Linda 229 Drahf-im, Richard 217 Drake, Cliarlr-s 172 Drakv, Virginia 230 Draper, 1'1nnniu189 Draper, S. W. 172 Drvwf-s, David 230 Drexel. Doris 230 Driskul, Nancy 230 Driskill. Rita 230 Drummond, Richard 230 Drunerl. Mary 230 Dryvr, Carolyn 189 Dryszlalc. Dun 102,137,230 Dulihert, Patrick 102,l0H,l32,223 Duhin, Rita 230 Duce. Duane 189 Duckhoff, Dale 82 Duckworth, Karen 230 Duckworth, 1..unny 2110 Ducutei. Pal 230 Dude-nhm-ffl-r, G14-mln 229 Dudley. Duane 189 Dudluy, .luhnic 230 Dudlry. Ruth 189 Ducnkv, Dm-nnis 230 Dui-using. 1'10nal11iZfi0 Dukv. .lanws 1-12,113,230 Duknr, Nlary 70,230 Dunavant, Nancy I-16.230 Duncan. Da-hm 230 Duncan. Katherine- 230 Duncan, Larry 189 Duncan, Pamafla 230 Duncan, Patrivia 189 Dum-an, Paula 58,189 Dunran, Rulmrl 230 Duncan, Slvvvn 230 Duncan. Susanne 230 Dunfurd. Karen 189 Dunlap. .ianws 230 Dunlap, K4-nm-111 230 Dunlap. Richard 167.172 Dunlap, 110111-rt 2510 Dunn, Hugh 230 Dunn, .lack 172 Dunn, Laura 230 Dunn, Rnnalml 102 Duranl, Bah 90,108 Durham, Tom 86 Durham. Diana 189,230 Durrett. Roy 230 Dushckc. Shnrnn 74,230 Dnslu-kv, Susan 230 Duskin, Clinton 230 Dullun. Sandra 230 Miller 2l7 Duveniuk, Brslu 73.230 Dwyer, James 189 Dychv. Charlvs 230 Dyvhe, Georgia 217 Dyv, Beverly 2250 Dye, Susan 230 Dyv, Vickie- 230 Dyer, Dandacf' 230 Dyer. Charlu-s 230 Dyvr, Clydn' 57 E Each-s. Willium 230 Eager. Chnrle-5 230 Eason, Georgia 56,7-l,230 Eastep. Rnlwrl 230 Easlin, Anna- 230 Eastman. .lamm-5 180 Eathermn. Gary 230 Ealhvrlnn, Rvylvm' 230 Eaton, Al 78 Ealnn. Sharon 64,189 Eh:-rsnld. .lanifvr l80 Ebert, Glen 86 Eh:-rting, Dianna 2140 Eckenberger, Dnvid l89 Eckhnff. Barbara 189 Eckhoff, Erwin 180 Eckhnff, Kulhlvrn 230 Eckhnff, Larry 189 Eckinger, Steven 108,112,137 Eclon. .luhn 98.189 Edmonds, .lamvs 230 Edmondson, Carol 189 Edmondson, Harry 230 Edmunds, Tom 168.172 Edson. Dun 108 Edwards, David 189 Edwards, Linnla 230 Edwards, Lizabeth lB9 Edwards. Na msy 74.189 Edwards, Randy 78 Effertl. Glnria 230 Egelslon, Martha l72 Eggers, Cnnniz- 230 Egg:-rs, Janet 189 Egly, Deanna 230 Ehler, La Donna 60 Ehler. Mary 190 Ehlers, Rim 2550 Ehlmann. .lim 136,137 Eichvllrerger, Milli-r 190,262 Eichem. Susan 230 Eichhorn, Sharnn l90 Eichman. Pulrivia 100 Elchman, Shurnn 262 Eickhnff. Ronald 82.190 Eidsnn, Elsrl 230 Eldsnn, Martha 230 Ellis, Dr-bmah l90 Ellis, Dennis 23l Ellis. Edwin 172 Ellis, Jam.-S 263 Ellis, .lvrvmy 190 Ellis, Karen 100 Ellis, Kirk l90 Ellis. Randy 231 Elseman. Bvvc-rly 231 Else-nralh, Dull' 231 Elwc-ll, Dariv l9U Elwell, Dc-nnis190 Emanun-I, Limlu 231 Emerson, John 172 Emls. Michael l90 Emis. Nancy 231 Eng, Dawn 231 Engelhrvcht, Earl l90 Engelbrn-chl, Je-nnifer 190 Engle, Elizalwth l'r'2 English, Gloria 172 Enlcw, Leslie 190 Enlnw. Daniel H4 Enos, Franris 190 Enzmann, Lorem- 263 Epperly, Rnnniv 2Zll Eppersnn, Mary 231 Erdman, Cynthia 231 Erhardl, .lnmcs 231 Erhardl, Karr-n 231 Erickson, .lov 8B,23l Erickson. John l72 Erisman, Kathryn 172 Ernst, Suzunnx' 231 Ernst, Thomas 231 Erse-ry, Shelia 231 Ervin, Ellen 190 Erwine, Terry 217 Eschbacher, Joseph 231 Eschenbach. Jimmy 190 Eschlimun, Herhurl l72 Eshelman. David 172 Eshs-lman,.lanm-170,190 Eskrw, Gail 231 Esmaeilzude-h, Nl. J. 2Ill Espevr. Sh-vr 98 Espey, Ray 172 Essex, Linda 231 Essuck. Alfrc-nl l72 Eslill, Wanda 2Jll Ethnic Dance Club 52 Etling, Sheryl 172 Euhank. Michael 108 Eudy, Lawn-nce 231 Evans, Ann 231 Evans, Annu 231 Evans. Barry 231 Evans, Charles 2l7 Evans. Claudvltv 231 Evans, Dennis 100 Evans, Edward 88 Evans. John 98,190 Falco, Kal hryn 190.2625 Falgrm-n. Lloyd 172 Fallen. lemme- 57.96.l9O Falls. .lay 231 Falls, Lvluml 231 Farm, Paul 190 Fann, Raymond l90 Fannan, James 217 Faris, Rube-'rl 190 Farley, lVli1:hae-I 26,231 Farr, Dt-lmrah 60.I'l9,l90 Farrington, Lawrn-nw 0,1 ,231 Farris, Arthur 2I7 Farris, Kenneth 231 Farris, Patricia 190 Farris, Ronald 23l Fast, Bonnie- 23l Fauhinn, Francim- 231 Faulk. Dunnis 172 Faulkenhf.-rry, Diann 231 Faulkner. Sue 146 Fears, Waym- 231 Fecht, Darby 190 Fecht, Michuvl 231 Fehling, Nina 231 Fehrman, Rub:-rl 134.100 Feiring, Kathler-n 231 Fvilz. Dale-100 Feilz, Don 190 Fellvn, Robert 23l Fe-ndrick. Iris 167.231 Fennel, Richard 191 Fennewald, Julius 231 Fennewald, Larry 102.2151 Fenton, Vicki 231 Fenwick, Alan 231 Ferguson Dura 2624 Ferguson ,lamvs 2614 Ferguson joseph 263 Ferguson .lnycv 231 Ferguson Kathy 70,101 Ferguson , Sally 62,231 Eiservr. Dwight 230 Eidsnn, Slvphvn 190 Eifvrl. Elaine' 190 Elmer. Linda 76 Elm-rsnn, Mivhum-l l32,230 Eise, Dunnu 230 ' Else-nrcich, Rnlwrt 230 Eislr:-r, Janet 70,190 Eisler. Kc-nl 57.l00,l90 Ek, Lela 262 Elam, Lynda 230 Elder, Claudia 262 Eldridge. lamvs 262 Eldridge, Ninn 230 Elkins, Nancy 231 Ellersieck, JL-rry I'-D0 Ellersir-ck, Thomas 132 Elle-rsun. Anila 23l Ellingsen, M1-lmly 262 Elliott, Alive- l72 Elliott. Bessie 172 Evans, Marilyn 23l Evans. Paul 217 Evans Elliott Brenda 146.231 Elliott, ,lnhn 100,231 Elliott, Linda 231 Elliott Lucill1:'7fl Elliott Randall 23l Ellinu, Richard 2I5l Ellinlt , Robert 231 Evans, Sandra 190 Evans. Wilba 2Ill Evans, Willa 231 Eveland, David 190 Evelelh. Rnherl 172 Everard, Richard 231 Eve-rard, Susan 190 Ewhank, Kznhvrina- 231 Ewerl, Gary 231 Ewerl, Gary 231 Ewing, Ray 172 Ewing, Vickie 190 Expnsiln, Sharon 263 Eyelansl, .lx-rry 06 F Fabinni, Donna 66,231 Fagenslnm, Bunny 2Zll Fahlr, David 231 Fair, Ln-nnra 231 Fairbanks, Slvphen 231 Fairlcy, Davidlfll Ferguson, Tr-re-su 2551 Fern-ll. Paul 2654 Fesi, Vincvnt 96 F4-He, Susnn 231 Fetler, Linda 191 Fevolcl, Larry 132 Frwins, Bc-nny 2141 Fink, Cami 60 Ficke, Rhonda 2:52 Finkel, Connie 263 Fidler, Bob 172 Fiedler, Steven 232 Field, Czlrnmlvla 172 Fields, Gem- 172 Fields, Janet 232 Fields, Mary 232 Fields. Michael 107 Fields, Paul 263 Fields, Tnmmi:-108 Fienc. Connie 232 Fiene. David 232 Fiene, Jnhn 91 Figg, Harold l9l File-ccia, .lose-ph 191 Files, Chnrlc-s 232 Filippi, Sulvamre' 78 Fillinger, G4-ralil l9l Fimple. .lanel llll Fisher, Ln-my lT2! Fisher. Linda 232 Fishi-r, Marie 2655 Fishvr, Mirhavl 218 Fisher, Muna 2342 Fisher, Ste-phi-n l9l Fisher, Susan 232 'Flshm-r, Tcrl 88 Fillerling, Cindy 232 Fitterling. Sarah 191 Fizer, William l9l Flagg- Charle-s 232 Flnnary, P:-ggy 232 Flamlvrme-yer, Rugr-r 172 Flnningarrl, Michal-I lT2 A Flea in Her Ear S50-ffl Fl:-1-lwnml. Jill Tl FI:-isvhmnnn, Liruln 232 FI:-iss. .lvan 232 Fleming. Pumvlzl 2252 Flvmming, Tim l0l F11-sch. Nancy l9l Fl9lCh1:r..l0hH 232 Flinl, Angela 2152 Flippin. Garvy 107.232 Flnml, R4-ifllml 172 Flnri, Flrwrvnvr- 232 Flowers. Mivhvllv l9l Fluckv, Ray 22411 Fluhuriy, Susan 232 Flukv. Elaine- 232 Fm-rswl. fVli4'hnvl 218 Fm-rtsvh, Jos:-ph 86,lS47.l9l Fnlvy, .lnsvph 91 Foley. William 172 Fnndren, Deborah 232 Fumvnot. Barham 232 Football 108-l1Zl Frmlv. Cynthia 232 Ford. David l9l Ford. Ervinn 232 Ford. Ge-ne 263 Furd, Lvslim' 232 Forge-y. .luhn l72 Furman. William 2l8 Fnrniss, Clinlrm 90.108191 Fnrrvsl, Sharron l9l Form-mf, Linda 101 Furslvr, .ln 232 Fnrsythv. Brad l02.2Zl2 Fursylhv. Robert 232 Forsythe, Thomas 2552 Fnrlnvr, lam-t 232 Forward fl Foss:-y. Holi:-rl lfll Foster. Auguslub l72 Foster. Belly 232 Fnsta-r, Carl 169.172 Foster, James 263 F0s1r'r..leff232 Foster, Marty 92.191 Fusler. William IT2 Fnlh, Mary 232 Fnwlvr. Jill 101 Fnwlvr, Linda 70 Fnwlvr, Murthu 232 Fowler, Mary 232 Fox, Deehurnh 232 Fox, Patricia 56.60.232 Fixx , Tr-r4-sn 232 Findley, Howard 263 Finger, .lnhn 232 Finglaml, Judy 232 Finks. Patririu 232 Finlay. Finley, Sherwin 232 Michael 232 Finn, Barbara 167,232 Finn, Robert l9l Finnell. Thomas 86.2322 Fischer. Barbara 151.232 Fischer. Dwight 82 Fischer, Gary 232 Fischer, Jerry 191 Fischer, Marilyn 232 Fischer, Paula 191 Fischer, Sheryl 232 Fischer, Wanda 232 Fisher, Gary 102 Fisher, .lurlilh 191 Fisher, Lurry 232 271 Fox, Tvrry 'J2.l9l Fuxwnrthy. Curulyn 2311 Francis, Billy l9l Francis. .lamvs 232 Frank. Olm-r 132.172 Franke. Jana l9I Franken, Clie-rriv 232 Frankenulacqulim-101 Franklin. Donald 232 Franklin, ,lean 1232 Franklin, Palrivizl 58 Franks. Kathy l91 Frankum. Kennvlh 80.232 Franz. Melvin l72 Frusher, .lamvs 191 Fray, Richard 86 Frazier, Olin 172 Frazon, David 232 Fredersdorff, Num 232 Freeman, Belly 172 Fritzenwyi-r, Sandra 233 Garamillo, Cai hy 233 1"rvn-man, Collm-en 21 .66.191 Fn-eman, Cnnslance 232 1"rm-emarl. .lanann 76 Frm-ese, All:-n 232 Freeze, Pea rl 263 Fri-rnrh, Loyd 232 17rt-rking. John 82 Fri-y. 1-11-nry 191 Frey. Larry 232 Fritzk. Jamvs 191 Fri:-ke. Norman 82.232 Frinlvl. Vivki 232 Fridle-y. Norvel 191 lfriedherg, Paul 232 lfrivlleriuks, Carol 232 1"rie1..1nhn 191 Friuntl, Barbara 21,6-1,233 Fries. Karen 233 Fri:-sz. 1'atl'i1'ia 233 Frilchie. Duarn' 132.233 Frills. L4-sliv 191 Fritts. Stew-n 233 Frovk. Billy 191 Frost. Linda 233 Frost, Phyllis 233 Frost, Wt-mlvl 233 Frownll-llvr, 151-vky 66,191 Frm-. Rivha rd 233 Frm-h, Mary 233 Fruvn, Norma 191 Frusn, Anthony 108 Fry. Denisu' 233 Fry, Dwight 263 Fry, Edna 233 Fry, Michael 80 Fry. Shirley 233 Fry. Teresa 233 Fuvhs, Gary 233 Fuchs. Roger 82,2113 Fur-hring. Linda 60,192 Fuhr. Leo 192 Fulk. Emma 192 Fulks, Ruin-rt 100 Fuller, Eurvin 90.122.l25.l.. 1"u1ler1on, Mary 233 Funk. Barhara 233 Funk, Jann-s 213 Funk. Richard 192 Furrvy. Boll 192 G Gahrie1.Janice 192 Gabriel, Stephen 83.233 Gaines, Gregory 102 Gaines, .lanws 192 Gaines, Torn 169,172 Galluraith, Diana 263 Galloway, Ht-vlvn 218 Galstvr, Janim- 233 Gann. David 192 Gann. Glen 233 Ganl. Daniel 192 Ga rher, Garber, Billy 17:1 Diana 233 Garcia, George 94,192 Garcia , Gr:-go ry 9-1 Garcia, Patricia 233 Garcia. Roherto 363 Gardner, Ginger 62,192 Ga rdner. .lack 233 Gardner, Raymond 263 Garland, Nanry 71.233 Garner, .lean 173.2111 Garnvtt, B1-verly 233 Gurtirtl. Deborah 233 Garrett. Barry 233 Garrett. Larry 233 Garrett, Larry 86 Garrett. Pal 9-1- Garrison, Linda 233 Garry, Patrick 13-1 Garten, Tx-d 173 Gash, Thomas 191 Gassen, James 233 26.127 Gust:-r. Charles 233 Gaslineau. Kenneth 233 Galvs, Dwight 192 Gawt-Llzinski, Marcia 192 Guylnrd, TL-ddy 233 Geary, William 233 Gullulcin, Donna 192 Gut-. Thomas 233 Geflifrl, Barha ra 233 Guhner, Phillip 137 Gvii-r. jnyvv 233 Gr-is, Joseph 13-1 G1-isli-r. Jn-rry 218 GL-nge. .Ii-an 192 Gengv, Milton 173 Gm-xnnn-sv. .lov 73 G:-ntry, Gary 233 Gvntry, Linda 233 George, Bob 233 Gvorge, Linda 192 Georgie. William 233 Gerber. John 233 GQ-rller, Kay 151 Gund, Timnt hy 263 Condell, Carol 23-1 Goodknight, Yvelti- 192 Goodman. .lvnnifvr 23-1 Goodpaster, Barbara 23-1- Goodwim, Michaaal 192 Goosen, Linda 192 . Gonlshy. Belinda 23-13 Gonseman. Vicki 23-l Gurdnn, Deanna 192 Gordon, Johnnie 23-1 Gordon, Dru-w 96 Gordon, Kent 96 Gordon, '1'homasv192 Gore, Felicia 193 Gorv. Hi-len 193 Gorman, Linda 23-1- Gnrman, Stupln-n 263 Gurselt. Terrence 193 Guse, George 8-1,23-1 Goshorn, Linda 23-1 Gosncy, Alfred 173 Gosney, Alfred 218 Griggs, Guy 173 Grigsby , Jams-s 2311 Grimes. Robert 173 Grimes, William 173 Grind staff. Phillip 96,193 Grizzell, David 92,193 Grizzell, Jess 23-1 Crizzell, Tim 14-1 Crass , Franklin 23-1- Gross, Franklin 263 Crass, john 193 Gross Grotv , Paul 193 , William 234 Grnth a, Patricia 234 Grove , Ruger 78 Groves, Da rryl 23-l Gcrke, Elizahvlh 192 Gvrke, Kenneth 192 Gerlu-. larry 233 Grrtnan, Carol 233 Germann, Rita 233 Gnrrmann, Ronald 233 Germann, 'l'1n-n-sa 233 Gt-rtz, Dnrolhy 233 Gs,-rvich, Di-horah 233 Gllfllcr, Stew 192 Cholami. Samzol 233 Ghrist. Alta 111-i1,1fl-9.192 Giannius, Stantala 233 Gi1vlmns.,l.-an I92 Cihhons, Susan 233 Gihhons, Suzanru- 233 Gihlts. Charlultt' 192 Gilnson, Zane 233 Gihson, Fern 173 Gilrson, Rnlu-rl 516.1 92 Gi:-ringer, K. 233 Gillyert, Charles 173 Gilhert. HL-lun 173 Gilln-rt. Oplu-lia 173 Gilchrist, Frances 233 Gilchrist. Paul 80 Giles, Lela 233 Gilli-m, Edward 233 Gills,-spin. Jalianm- 233 Gillvspiv, 1X'i11iam 233 Gillig. Linda 192 Gillis, Mary 233 Clllroy, Carol 233 Gilmore, At1il:l233 Ginthur. Jeanette 192 Ginther. Mary 192 Gipson. Miehael 233 Gisl. Mary 192 Gilthens, Donald 233 Gladden. Joanna- 233 Gladlieller, lrl 173 Glasgow. William 92 Glasnur, John 80 Glasscock, Glynnl-s 192 Glazier, Sally 233 G14-ason. Dave B6 Gln-uson, Dorolhy 192 Gloason, Terry 91 Glvnn, Willim-192 Gm-kel. Sheila 62,23-1 Goddard, Elizaln-th 231 Goddard, Gary 100,231 Gndfruy, Anita 173 Gvrzns, Deborah 234 Gocns, Nita 23-1 Gun-ring, Roberta 23-1 Goetz, David 192 Goetz. Gnil 192 Goetz. Janet 234 Goetz. Rolu-rt 173 cuff. Gayle- 23-I Goldman. Alvin 23-1 Goldsmith. Judy 231 Goldsmith, Linda 70.231 Golf 1-111.1-15 Coll. .lirnrny 231 Gooch. Wuttela 192 Gossa Gossi- Gol h, Got lt, ge, Bvvvrly 263 n, Harvvy 173 Mir-liar-1 38,23-1 Sharon 23-1 Gottlieb. Mrs. Sinclair 11 Gower, Alien- 169.173 Gown-r, Karen 23-1 Gnwcr, Phillip 23-1- Gradingur. Jay 23-l Graef, Str-phen 193 Grafton, Joyce 193 Graham. Chamlette 23-l Graham, Erm-st 263 Graham, Georgia 53,106 Graham. .lnnet 14-8,234 Graham. Jerry 263 Gra ha Gra ha G ra ha Gra In , m, Judith 23-1 nt, Justyn 173 m, Sandra 23-I Dolores 173 Grant, Mary 193 Grnvatt, Dennis 78 Graves, Carolyn 23-1 Graves, James 193 Gravus, Linda 234 Gray, Barbara 23-1 Gray. Curnl 23-1 Gray. John 234 Gray. Ke-nt 92,193 Gray. Martha T6 Cray, Melissa 23-1 Gray, Robert 23-1 Gray. Sandra l-18,1-19.23-I Groves, Gurnld B0 Grow. Leslit' 173 Gru110..1ann:s193 Grumlcv. Jan 23-1 Grupu, David 98,137 Crush, Reha 193 Guhera, Jamvs 193 Gum-ther, Cathy 23-1- Guffey, Jennifer 23-1 Guidali, Arlene 6-1,193 Guin, Marlin 193 Guinger, Mary 193 Guinn, Rebecca 23-1 Guinihcr, Trudy 234 Gulla, Rosemarie 60,235 Gullicksnn, Karen 235 Gumper, Calvin 193 Gumper, Mildred 193 Gunn. James 235 Gunn, Ralph 235 Gunnels, Ester 235 Gurney, Rnhert 235 Guss. Meryline 193 Gwin, Danny 235 Gymnaslin-5 140,141 H Haaku. Beverly 235 Hause, Larry 173 Hulxerstmh, Mariann 235 Hackett, William 235 Haukmann, Russell 235 Hackney, Carol 56,66,235 Haenni, Carol 173 Haffey. Ronald 235 Hagan, Janice 235 Gray. Sandra 23-l Gray, Su-ven 23-1 Graybill, Rover! 173 Grayson, Daniel 193 Grvchus, Marilyn 118 Greef, Margan-t 173 Creeks 5-l Greeley, Gerald 263 Crvun, Carol 23-1 Gr:-en, Dale 263 Green. Dehorah 56,76.23-I Green, Kennulh 23-1 Green, Kenxnrth 100 Green. Patricia 23-l Grezrn, Patsy 23-1 Grven, Ricky 231 Grown, Sydney 23-1 Gnu-ne, Thomas 193 Greer, Donald 102 Greer, Simon 122 Greesnn, Charles 2311 Gregg. Beth:-ne 151,23-1 Grfgg- Len 173 Grvgnry, Brenda 23-1- Hagan. Majurie 235 Hagedorn Bernard 235 Hagcdorn Connie 235 Hagedorn Donald 235 Hagcdorn, Jeanne 235 Hngedorn Leon 8-l Hug:-darn, Mary 3-1.193 Plagedorn, Ronald 193 Haggard, Gary 193 Hahn, Dnnny 235 Hail, John 193 Haines..1ack193 Hairabeclian. Thomas 13-1 171 Hallie rt , Deborah 62,235 Haldiman, Burnell 193 Haldiman, Carl 173 Hale, Hale, Mivhael 235 Phillip 235 Halen, Wallm-r 173 Halcy,.1anel 235 Hall. Geltzl 68.235 Hall, Renuu 235 Hnl1,Rnb.n los Hall, Susan 235 Hall, Zona 235 Gregn Grt-gn Grego Gri1'l'a ry, Gary 193 ry, Kathryn 234 ry, Surah 193 rd. James 96,23-1 Griffin. Susan 23-1 Gril'1'ilh, Cheryl 23-1 Griffith, Constancu 231 Grillith, Gayle 7-1,23-1 Griffith, Jeanne 23-1 Griffith, Philip 102.23-1 272 Hnller, Karen 60,193 Haller. Michael 193 Haller, Stvve 235 Hallett, Dehlry 56 Hallman. Punnir- 235 Hnllows, Jerry 235 Halsne, Thelia 235 Hum,,1nhn 235 Hamann, Dnnnn 235 Hamblin, Mary 235 Hamed, Faisal 193 Hamer, Frank 235 Hamilton, Henry 263 Hamillon, John 96,13-1,235 Hamilton, Larry 235 Hamilton, Mike 80 Hamilton, Randall 88 Hamm. Jerry 81 Hamm, Leroy 193 Hammen. Julie 235 Hammond. Daniel 235 Hammond, Sherry 235 Hammontree, George 26 Hampton, Homer 173 Han1pton,.lf1n 193 Hampton. William 173 Hancock, Brenda 235 Hancock, Steven 92.193 Hand. Glenna 235 Hand, Deborah 235 Ham-, John 173 Hankins, Rohert 813 Hanks, Larry 102.235 Hanks, Mark 102 Hanna, Daniel 235 Hannah, Lyman 173 Hannah, Roln-rt 235 Hannah. Terry 235 Hansherry, .lohn 235 Hansel. Nam,-y 58.193 Hansen, Cindy 235 Hansen, David 235 Hansen. Mark 91,235 Hansen, Pete 13-l Hansen, Vicki 263 Hanshaw, Michael 235 Harashe, Lois 235 Harliison, Karon 66,193 Hardine, Kendra 60 Harding. Larry 173 Hardwick, Vickie 193 Hartman, Hartmann Nlarii- 236 . George 191 Hartsnck, Deborah 236 Hartnng, Harley 173 Hartzler, Barbara 236 llarvalin, Edward 191 llarvaiin. Robert 236 1-larva-y. .lane 2516 1-larward. Julia 236 Hasuh. Douglas 236 Hass, John 236 Hassler. Donna 236 Hasty. Mark 236 Hatfield, Joseph 173 Haugi, Larry 19-1 1-lauschildt. Barhara 236 Hauser, Vlilliam 173 Havener, llaveiu-r. Cary 102 Randy 102.236 llawes. l'atrii'k 236 Hawes, Richard 2216 Hawkins. Hawkins. Hawkins, Hawkins, Hawkins. Hawkins, Hawkins, lia rha ra 236 Brin-e 116.19-l Gloria 19-1 Mary 236 liliehael 100.191 Sharon 236 William ll Hendricks. Sandra 236 Hendrix, Janis 236 Henning. Timothy 96.236 Henrikson. Luann 218 Henry. David 263 Henry. 1Va1ter 19-1 Hn-rherlie. Lanna 236 Herbert. David 1-11.115 Herman. Rudolph 191 Herman. Vicky 236 Hernandez, Vin-lor 263 Herndon, Xlicltual 57.86.195 Herndon, Sherry 236 Herrmann, De-hra 195 Herzog, Karen 236 Hess, David 195 Hess. Rohn-rt 236 Hesse. Dale 236 Hcwitl. Sam 173 Heytman, John 174 Hihclon, Deborah 711 Hihflon, Howard 17-'1 Hickman, David 17-1 Him-ks. Darrell 132 lliggins. ,laeksoo 2116 Higgins, Roln-rt 171 Highlander, James 17-l Highley, Colleen 7-1.236 Holmes. 1-lolsten, William 108 1.inda 195 Holton, 1.4-sin-237 Holtz, Fred 2117 Holtzelaw, Jeanette 263 Holtlen, Bren! 88,237 1-lolwiek, Kathy 151 Human. Frederic 171 Homan, Margie 195 Humecn Hon:-yeu ming 20-23 lt. Nl. 218 Honeywell. Charles 171 llonleit. David 237 Hooks, Nathan 1011 Hoover. Kliriani 17-l Hopkins, Bertha 171 Hopkins, Carolyn 195 Hopkins. Charlotte 195 Hopkins. Helen 237 Hopkins, Rirhard 13-1 Hopkins. Thainm- 102 Hopperi, Edwin 86.237 Hopping, ,lov 17-l Hord Randal 237 Hrnlnt, John 17-l Hopping. lvlikm-2217 1 Horn, C iris 237 Horton, Agnes 17-1 Hedrick, Ricliard 236 Hare. Timothy 92 Hargrave, Crista 235 Hardrider. Connie 235 Harlin. Richard 235 Harlow, James 218 Harmon. Catherine 235 Harmon, Colleen 19-1 Harmon, John 263 Harmon. Nliehael 193 Harmon, Ronald 96.191 Harms, Harms. David 19-1 Sand ra 235 Hawks, Raymond 236 Hawksley, Oscar -1-3.160.161 11awley,.lanel6-1 Hawley, Linda 263 lrlaxton, Charles 263 Hayden, David 102,236 Hayden, Dehorah 70.236 Haydn, John 173 Hayes, Gary 236 Haynes, Joseph 19-1 Haynes, Karen 58,19-1 Haynes, Larry 19-1 Haynes, Mile 1011.137 Hazel, William 236 Hazlorig, Jack 173 Head, Peggy 236 Hearn. Barham 19-1 liearnes, Warren E. 8 Heath, Vernon 191 Heavi-low, Phillip 100 Heaven:-r. Gerald 236 Hz.-herle, Joan 236 Hedin. Robert 91 Hedley, Dennis 57.11-1.19-1 llilhre nner, Valerie195 Hilhurn, .le-rry 195 Hill-man, Gayle 236 Hilgedick. Don 92,108 Hag.-ti iek, Donald 195.236 Hill. l1f1iCltal'l 236 Hill. Patricia 236 Hill, Queen 72 Hill Richard 96,236 Hill, Sandra 236 Hill, Sandra 195 Hill. Thomas 195 Hillen, Michael 263 Harness, Cheryl 235 Harnett, Carolyn 191 Harp. Harold 173 Heer, Yvil liam 19-1,236 Heeren, Cynthia 60 Hegg. Kat hleen 19-1 Harper. Carol 19-1 Harper. Debra 191- Harper. Judy 235 Harper. Lora 58,235 ' ' Randall 911,132 Harper. Max 94 Harper, Patricia 235 Harrell, Stephen 167,19-1,263 Harriman. Vernon 173 Harrington. Janet 235 Heggem, Stephen 191 Heggen, Carolyn 218 Heilman, Lillian 19-1 Heim, Ruth 236 Hilse, David 236 Hill, Doris 236 Himus, Donald 195 Himes, Cary 237 Himmelherg, .lerry 237 Hindmon. Linda 68,195 Hinerman, Charles 17-1 Hinnah, Stanley 195 Hinson, Lawrence 78,237 Hinton, Phyllis 195 Hinton, Steven 237 Hintz. Virginia 195 Hirter, Fritz 218 Hiskvy. David 195 Hisle, Dennis 237 Hitchcock. Cynthia 237 Hlavaeek, June 237 Hoatson, Robert 9-1,237 Hncker. Elaine 195 Hoskins, Eugene 90 Hoskins, Rohert 237 Hosrnan, Deanna 237 Hosman, Kathy 237 Hough, Mieliael 195 Hough. Robert 237 Houghtlin, Richard 78 Houk, Donna 195 Houk, Naney195 Honser. Linda 237 Houston. Elizain-111237 Howe, George 117. 11 Howe, Janice- 237 Howell, Joseph 195 Howell. Lonnie 92,237 Howell, 1'icki2Z17 Howison, ,lezinlnf 237 Howland, Gary 81 nuyll-. Manly 2:41 Hoyt, Dehorah 263 Huhhle. Connie 237 Huber, William 237 Hnekalwy. Milton 263 Huckvr. David 195 Huirnlak. Wasyl 17-1 Huddlf-sion, Gale 237 Hudson. Daniel 237 Hudson, James 17-1 Hudson. Terry 102.237 Hocke rsmith. Marlon 195 Hudson, Tod 237 Hul'l', Xlartha 237 Huff. William 195 Heimericks, lN'1ike236 Hein. Dia ne 19-1 lla-ln, fllarlvrn- 2216 lla-ine. lxatlili-441236 lleiin-, Nanry 236 Harris, Earnest 108.132 Harris, Edward 57.235 Harris, F. 90 Harris, Fredrick 90 Harris, Gary 1911 Harris. James 173 Harris, James 218 Harris, Harris, Harris, Shirley 235 Stanley 88 Virland 235 Harrison, Bill 235 Harrison, James 19-I Harrison, Gayle 58,235 Harrod, Barbara 3-1,58,193 Harrod, David 92,235 Harryman. Deborah 56.71.193 Harseh. Judy wi Harshhargrr. Dolores 6-1,19-1 Harshner, Bntrh 100 Hart, Alvin 236 Hart, John 191 Hart, Li nda 19-1 Hart, Ralph 173 Hart, Rebecca 236 Hart, Ru ihert 263 1'1i-inriehs. Ronald 122 lleins, Karen 191 Heissman, Larry 19-1 Hcisterherg, Leslie 98 llelland, Beverly 236 Hellman, Donna 236 llellmarf, Sheila 236 Helmiuh, Cheryl 236 llelniick, Dale 173 Helmig, Bruee 236 Ha-lmlinger, William 80,19-1 Helms, Judy 236 llelnis, Mary 2216 Helton, Nancy 236 Heman. Denise 236 Hemhree, Dora 236 Hemphill. Reid 169.173 Hemphill, Thomas 173 Henderson, Dennis 191 Henderson, Geneva 236 Henderson, Leslye 236 Henderson, Susan 236 Henderson, Vicki 236 Henderson, Wanda 19-1 Hendricks, Eldo ll Hodges. Kathy 237 Hodn, Glenda 237 Hnedl. Teresa 237 Hoefer, Sharon 195 Hoehne. Lon 108.237 Hoellge, Ronald 237 Hoenshell, Loyd 17-1 Holi, Charles 237 Hoffman, Barhara 17-1- Hnflvmarl, Joyce 237 Hofstetter, Lynda 237 I-lofstetter. William 195 Hogan. James 263 Hogan. lllartin 237 Hogan, l'aul 263 Hokail, Mohammed 195,237 Holden, John 195 Holford. Richard 195 Holland. Carrie 17-1 Holland, Cathy 237 Holland, Ginger 237 Holland. Ray 17-1 Holliday, Gail 237 Holliger, Sandra 237 Hollrali. Steven 82 Holman, Billie 237 Holmes, Donald 263 Holmes, Mary 237 Holmes. Neal 17-1 273 Huffeniiiek, Nancy 60,231 Hufliman. Eileen 237 Hui'l'nmn, Ronald 237 Huffman, Van 195 Hullil, Gail 263 Hughell. Hughes, Cynthia 237 Hughes. Dean 811.195 Hughes, Edward 237 llughes, Ernu 237 1-luglxes, Jerry 9-1 Hughes, Jerry 1-1-11,263 Hughes. Linda 237 Hughes, Marsha 237 Hughes, Melvin 195 Hughes. Ralph 237 Hughes, Susanna-195 iluhman, Diana- 105 Huhman, Elaine 237 Huhmann, .lanice 237 Huhmann, Willa-rl 195 Hulett, Diana 237 Hull, Carolyn 237 Hull, James 263 Hull, Janet 58,195 Hulssr. Lyle 17-1 Humhird. Terry 237 Humhurg, James 237 Hummel, Janet 2117 Humphrey. Gayle 237 Humphrcry. Rnnald 88,195 Humphr vys, Kurt-n 237 Hundal, ,lngjit 218 Hunt, Puinwln 237 Huskissnn, Laura 196 Y W4 Johns, Relirectza 238 Kggarictg, Dnruthy 239 Hunt. Ruth 60.238 Hunt, Stuart 94,195 Hunter, l.,zAMnntv 238 Hunter, Lynna 196 Hunter, Marsha 238 Hunter, Marsha 238 Hunter, William 263 Hunt, Rhnnda 60,238 Hurley. Mnrlha 7-1.196 Hurst, Durre-l 238 Hurst, Janet 263 Hurst, Michael 98.238 Hurtt, Mnrgarvt 238 Huskissnn, Sandra 106 Hussain. Kazi 263 Huston, Teresa 238 Hulchvrsun, Curtis l7l Hutchvrsun, Kent 238 Hutsnn, Linda 238 Hutsnn. Lynn 238 Hutsnn, Sherry 196 Huttn, Cullie 66 Huxol, Bruct- 107 Hyatt, Donna 238 Hyde, Cuthvy 2158 Hyde, Runztld 102.196 Idul, Shurnn 74 Jason, Pamt-ln 238 Jnve, Mickey 238 Jeffries, Calhvrinu 238 .lr-nkins, Jvnkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jennings .lennings Jennings .Im-nnings Charlvs 238 Frank 238 Gloria 263 James 238 .lim 218 Kathy 196 Nlul 17-1 , Kenneth 238 , Lnrry 238 , Ralph 238 , Rayma 238 Jensen, Genrgv 218 Jensen, .l auquvlinu 196 Jensen, Rick 5178.238 lent, Cla Jvrniharl. Sulaimun 196 Jcrslarl, Jerry 238 Jeter, Eleannr 238 Jett, Carl 96,196 JL-wvll. David 263 Jewell. Pe-ggi 263 Jewell, W:1nda158,196 Jimmerson, Gwendolyn I9 Julw. Danny 238 Juliannesmcye-r, Jeffrey 9-l johannigmvivr, .ll-rry l96 Juhn, Rnlierl B0 lhler. R1-lwcca 238 Ihrig, Gail 76,238 liams, V irgil 2:48 lmhuff, Michuvl 238 lmhnl'l'. Michael 238 Inlmden, Crt-gnry 132,238 lndall. Lvunna 238 Inge, Va lngels. B lvrie 68,238 lary 233 Ingram, Brenda'238 lngra m , Forrest 263 Ingram. Pnl 196 lngrum, Victnr17-l ln,-land, Murila 239 lreland, Runald 238 Ireland, Russell 17-1 lrvy, .lnycv 238 lrwin, Ds-igh 174 lsernmn, Julianne 2148 lsnm, Mu ry 238 lsrzwl, Gary 196 Iva-rsnn, .lacksrm Jackson Karen 21,555,238 Betty 196 , David 174 Jackson. James 238 Jackson, John 238 Jackson, Mnntgnmt-ry 238 .lacksnn , Slnven 102 Jackson, Twyla 196 Jacksnn, Vicki 238 Jacksnn, Wade 196 Jacksnri, Wesley 238 Jackson, William 263 Jaco Ga y 102 , r .. Jacn, Wendell 238 Jacnli, Jnhn 238 Jacob, Judith 196 Jacoby, .luke 98 Jacoby, Jacquin, Russell 174 Charlotte 7-1.238 James, Arthur 196 James, Beverly 238 James, Mary 238 James, Reginald l08.ll0,ll3,l2l Jameson. J. 94 Jandl, Kathleen 238 Janrilu, Rnnuld100.196 Jnhnson, Alan 238 Johnson, Barham 238 Jtihnsnn, Belinda 238 .lohnsun, Bt-nila 238 Jnhnsnn, Benjamin 106 Jnhnsun, Betty 196 jnlmsnn, Cathy l96 juhnsnn, Clinrlntu-196 johnson, Cheryl 196 .lnhnsrin, Darla 263 Johnson, D1-lvrn 233 Jnlmsmi, Dewey 134,106 Jnhnsnn, Diana 238 Johnson, Douglas 238 Juhnsnn, Earnest 196.263 .lr1hnsnn, Edwin 218 Johnson, Excell 238 Johnson, Gnry 238 .lnhnsnnvlanict-196 Jnhnsnn, Ja-anette 196,218 Jnhnsnn, Johnny 238 Johnson. Karla 238 Johnson, Lawrence 238 lnhnsnn, Martha 238 Johnson, Mulvin 196 Jnhnsrmn, MichaeI196 lnhnsnn. Pam:-ln 238 Johnson, Put 151,196 .lnhnsnn, Pnttsy 239 .lnl1nsnn,l'uul 196 Johnson, Raymond 90.239 Johnson, Ronald 239 Johnson, Sandra 239 Johnson. Susan 196 Juhnsnn, Virginia 263 Johnson, William 17-t Johnston, Sandra 238 Jnhnnnot, .lamvs ll Joiner, Larry 218 Jolly, Marilyn 239 Jones, A nyn 239 junes, Brian 88,239 Jones, Brian 239 Jones, Carol 239 Jones, Catherine 60 Jones, Dale 196 Jones, David 239 Jones, Deborah 239 jonus, Dennis 239 jnnes, Dessu 239 Innes, Esthvr 239 Innes, Gail 108 Jones, Gary 196 Jones, John 92.196 Jones, Kuy 218 Jun:-s, Larry 174 Jones, Larry 239 Jnnus, Myla 239 Innes, N anny 239 6 Jones, Patricia 197 ,lnnvS. Patricia l97 Innes, Paul 239 Jnnvs, Pe-ggy 230 Jones. Ri1:hard239 Kendrick. Rnchvllt' 230 Kennedy, Douglas 239 Kennedy, Jam- 239 Kennedy, Mary 56,76,23lJ .lnm-s, Ronnie 239 ,Irma-5, Sheldnn 239 Jones, Sherry 197 Innes, Terry 239 .lung-s, Thomas 86 .lnm-5, Verdiz- 239 Jnnsnn. Jamrrs 174 Jnrdan, Linda l97 Jordnn. William I7-l Jnrgensen, Martin 197 Jnrgvnsen, Roy 17-lr Joseph, Garnett 94 .lnurnc'y. James 239 Jny, Ruth 263 Joyce, James 239 lumps, Carolyn 239 Jung. Elizaht-th 218 Jurfl, Sharon 239 .luttn-n, Jessie 17-lr K Kennedy , Rnbvrt 17-l Kenna-dy. Rngenv 230 Kenna-dy. Tum 108 Kennedy. Vicke 239 Kennedy, William l7+l Kenner. Gayle 56,523,239 Kennett, Norma 239 Kennnn, Fletcher 239 Kephart, Marcia 197 Kephart. Rachel 197 Kephnrt, Randall 218 Kr-ppnvr, Edwin 17-l Kerm-r, Denise 263 Kerr, Emily 239 Kerst rn . Mary 240 Kvsuman. Charles 174 Kessvl. Ralph 174 Kestvr, Rt-nee 197 Ketchcrs Ketchum Ketchum Keth. Eu ide, 17? , Nancy 'l97 . Randall 100.197 rl I4-l.l7fl Keth, Kathy 197 Kellcmufl, Thnnius Hel Kettrrlin. .lane 2-l0 Keutzvr, Dnnna 2-IU Kvy, Gary 108 Kahle, Kaiser. Kaiser, Kaisa-r. Roger 197 Dun 239 Kevan 78,2249 Lloyd 230 Kalvtla, .lamvs UH Kalwui, Macvllus 239 Kalwvi, Martha 239 Karuenetzky, Shvila 239 Kamphoefner, Puul 197 Kuiiipschrmedvr, Kathleen 239 Kan, Ophelia 218 Kane, Liz 239 Kano, Michael 239 Kuppvlmnn. Gwendolyn 107 Karg. Gary 197 Kasmvrchek, Dun 167,239 Kasper, Bud 102,197 Kastncr, Peggy 239 Katulm ra, Ann 197 Kauffman, Jim 263 Kauffman, Lynm: l9T,26Zi Kaullvn, Gary 197 Kaumans, Mary 239 Knumu ns, Rug:-r 239 Kaye, Pamela 239 Kays, Brenda l97 Kearns, Donna 239 Keck, James 197 Kr-digh, Karen 62 Kecch, Stephen 239 Keeler. Gnuglas 197 Kevner, .Inel 239 Kevney, Merrun 148,239 Kel-th. Christina 239 Keffer, Eugem- 174 Keirsey, Keith 197 Keisker, Gary 137,197 Kell, Richard 197 Kellur, Keller, Brenda 239 Charles 263 Kelley, Beverly 263 Kell:-y, Charles 174 Kelley, Larry 197 Kelley, Linda197 Kelley, Maureen 239 Kelley, Mnnicn 239 Kelly, Darrell 86 Kelly, Kathleen 239 Kelly, Patricia 239 Kelly. Paul 60 Kelly, Paula 197 Kelsey, Mark 239 Kemmerer, Jean 197 Kcmna, Gail 197 Kemna, Mary 239 Kemper, Paul 239 Kempf, David 239 Kcmpf, Jerome 239 Kendall, Robert 174 274 Kibbiff. Eloise 171 Kidwell, Carole 66 Kidwell, .lim 240 Kidwilrr. Patty 240 Kiely, Richard 2-L0 Kiniy, Gary 78,240 Kilgore, Valerie 2-10 Killingbvck, Stan 174 Killinn, Sandra 2-l-0 Kimhrcll, Karen 240 Kincaid. Michael 92,197 Kinder. Patti 240 Kindred, Bonita 240 Kirvdrc-d, Jvrry 84.2-L0 Kindred, Linda 240 Kindrick, Rubert 175 King, Cnrole 2-10 King, Craig 240 King, Larry 263 King. Odell 240 King, sum 2-to King, She-rry 211-0 Kingery, Dennis 240 Kingery, Rodney 218 Kingsley. Susan 240 Kiniry, Steven 197 Kinkade, James 2-L0 Kindade, Michavl 142,143 Kinsey, .lnhn 197 Kirby, Linda 2-l0 Kirk, .lun 2-10 Kirk, Patrick 240 Kirkland, Michael 240 Kirkpatrick, Allen 2-I0 Kirkpatrick, James C. 6.7.27 73 Kirkpntrink, Scott 88 Kirsch, Richard 197 Kirschman, Teresa 240 Kish, Pamela 240 Kisner, Richard 210 Kissinger, Dennis 2-'l0 Kistler, .lvrry 98 Kistncr, Stephen 240 Kitchens, Mack 88,240 Kitt, Susan 240 Kivctt, Tom 102 Klagcs, Janice 240 Klass, .lnyce 197 Klall, Dale 2-10 Klalt, Dean 240 Klaus. Robert 197 Klausmeier, Carol 240 Klausmeier, .lnhn 197 Klaustvrmeyer, P. 240 Kleffner, Calhie 24-0 Klein, Margarv! 240 Klein, Rebecca 2-I0 Kleuppel. Joyce- 197 Kline, Pamela 240 Klinksicl-Q, Stanley 92,2-10 Kloepfel, Penny 62.210 Kloppe, Wayne 197 Klussman, Janet 2-10 Knapheido, Stt-von 86,2-10 Kneuven, Donald 263 Knight, Donna 2-l-0 Knight, Roberta 2-10 Knight, William 2-1-0 Knipmeycr, Bonnie 1-10 Knipp, Beverly 2-1-0 Knipp, Jack 198 Knipp, Jon 198 Knox. Knipp Knittc lc, Margaret 2-10 l. Cynthia 2-'10 Knodorer. Joyce 2-10 Knorp, .lohn 2-10 Clearlis 210 Koch, James 911 Lohman, Jerald 82,199 Knox, Donald 2-10 Koch, Chester 2-10 Koch, Franklin 175 Long, Dennis 78,199 Koch, Marilyn 198 Koch. Rolo-rt 198 Kochi-r. Earl 175 Kocher, Earl 263 Kochsmeier. Shirley 2-'1-0 Koechner, Everett 2-1-0 Koehl, Beth 2-10 Koelling. Teresa 211-0 Koelling, Tom 102 Kownke, Katlwrim' 1-10 Koepke, Rhonda 2-10 Koerner, Panic.-la 2-10 Koerselman. Herbert 175 Kohl, Ronald 2-10 Kohout, Edward 198 Kolen, Bolthy 218 Kolm, Diane 2-10 Komer, Timothy 2'1-0 Kondry, Alex 100 Koons, Clair 175 Koons. Randull 711 Koppel, Jen' ao Koppelmann, 2110 Knrnfeld, Steve 218 Knstoplus, Paula 2-10 Kostro, Cheryl 198 Kotowicz, Casmir 198 Kottwitz, Palsy 2-10 Kounovsky, Karen 2-11 Kozlen. Victoria 2-11 Kraft, Karen 2-1-1 Kramer. Carolyn 2-11 Kramer, Dennis 2-1-1 Kramme. Gwendu 2-11 Krammc-, Kenneth 198 Kraus. Jackie 7-1,2-11 Kraus, Michael 2-11 Kraus, Robert 9-1 Kraus, Ronda 2-1-1 Kraus. Vida 175 Krause, David 198 Krause, James 2-ll Krause, Margaret 2-11 Krausel, Teresa 24-1 Kreissler, Wanda 193 Krokslrom, Nancy 263 Kronshugv, Sheryl 2-1-1 Krueger, Fonda 2-I1 Kruger, Gary 2-1-1 Kruse, Deborah 2-11 Kruse, Stanley 1911 Krut, Rnhcrt 1911 Kuhiak, Rnhorl 82 Kuecker. .loltn 2-11 Kuehnel, Ralph 98 Kueser, Joyce 2-1-1 Kuester, Kenneth 2-11 Kucster. .lean 6-1 Kugler, Mark 2-11 Kuhl, Kathy 151 Kuh1man,Jerry 9-1,198 Kuhn, Charles 175 Kullman, Judith 2-11 Kullamn. Reathn 198 Kumm, Sharon 2111 Kunarcl, Darrell 241 Kunard, Joyce 2111 Kunard, Patricia 198 Kunkel, Mary 2-11 Kurtz, Terry 211 Kuttenkuler. Kenneth 2-11 Kyle. liandx-12.11 L Lahadic. Bill 2-1-1 Lahar, Janice 1911 Lahurla. John 102 Lackey. Linda 198 Ladagv-, Thomas 198 1..a1'1'erty, Claude 211 Lake, Lynn 2-I1 Lake. Kenneth 1911 Lake. Vickie 1911 Lake, YVilliam 2-11 Lak--y, Gary 2-11 Lalv, Valerie 2-11 Lalumonivr, Lynette 70 1..iU1l11S1L'T, .ludith 24.1 Lamlt, Neal 2-11 Lambda Chi Alpha 118,119 Lambda Alpha Epsilon -I9 Lambader. Walter B6 Lammers, Harold 2-11 Lammers, Phillip 2-11 Lamnters. Rolo-rt 1911 Lana, Nlary 2-11 Lancaster. John 2-11 Lancaster. Vicki 198 Land, Joe 2-11 Landers, Jack 175 Landes. David 93.2-1-1 Landingham, Da-lira 2-11 Lane. James 198 Lanv, Larry 2-11 Lane, Pat 90 Lano, Rolierrt 198 Lang, Donald 198 Lang, Terry 102.211 Langdon. Linda 1911 Langewisuh, Charles Langford, Jane 2-11 Langford, Mary 2-1-1 Langfnrcl. '11-rt-sa 2-11 Langham, Ronald 26-l Langhoff, Norman 175 Langston, Art 2-11 Lanham. Kathy 66.1911 Lanning, .lcanine 2-I-1 Lansiord. Marlene 2-1-1 rapid.-5, ant- 102.2-11 Larivee. Robert 198 Larkin, Carol 2111 Larkin, Patrick 2-11 Larrick, Judith 2-1-1 Larson. Deltra 2-11 Larson, James 2-I-1 Larson, .lon 2111 Larson, Linda 2-11 Larson, Linda Kay 60 Larson, Steven 2-11 Larue, Roberta 2-11 Larue, William 1911 Lasate-r. Dehoralt 2-11 Latimer, Susan 198 Laubcnstein. Darlene 175 Luahersheinier, Dave 35 Lauderlmck, Kenneth 2-11 Lauder:-r. Ken 57,11-1 Lauhoff..1ohn 264 Laun. Larry 218 Laurertdeau, Rohort 911 Lause, Timothy 2-11 Lavollc. Joseph 2111 Lavellc, Linda 241 Lavelock, Larry 2-11 Lavelock, Vickie 2-11 Laver, Fred 198 Lavigne, Sherryl 2111 Law, Brant 242 Lawler, Larry 198 Lawton, Nancy 218 Lay, Susan 2-12 Layton, Cindy 2-1-2 Layton, Linda 2112 Layton, Rhoda151 Lazerson, Rochelle 06,1911 Lea. Lucilx- 175 Leachtnan. Sharon 212 Leader. Steven 21B Ledgm-rwootl, Ronald 86, Ledmnn. Cynthia 2-1-2 Let-, Alla-rt 110 Lee, Alicia 2-11 Leo. Chi Ling 175 Lev. David 2111 Lee, Diane 2-12 Lr-e. Donald 198 Los-. Gary 110 Lee, Julia 212 1911 Let-, Karen 2-12 Lee. Larry 218 Lee. Lawn-ntze 2111 Leo. Patrivia 2-12 Len, Peter 218 Lee, Susan 198 Lee. Wendy 2111 Legg. J amos 2-1-2 Legler. Paula 2-I-2 Lehmann, Karla 198 Lcimkuehler, Carol 2-1-2 Ls-imkuehler. Dian 2-1-2 Leka. Michael 100 ' Lemon, .lattice 198 Lenz, David 82,2-12 Leonard. Laura 511.2-12 Leonard, Linda 2-I-2 Leonberger, .lay 21-2 Lepiquv. Annette 2-1-2 Lcpper. 1i'1ichav:1 711 Lesher, Marian 175 Leslie, Richard 26-1 Leslie, Walter 86,2-12 Letourneau, Lt-so-r 2-I2 Letzig, Frazer 86 Leuty, Johnnie 80 Levcnu, Dean 2-1-2 Levir--n, Holi:-rt 132 Levitt, Terri 20-1 Levty, Johnnie 199 Lewellen, Sandra 2-12 Lewis, Brenda 199 Litton, Ra-va 2-12 Littrell. Kathleen 56,511 Linn-1l,1'.A.58 Lively. Michael 108 Livingston, Graco 175 Livingston, Karen 2-12 Lloyd, Carol 199 Lloyd, Diane 2-12 Lolnilr-ll, Kr-vin 2-1.2 Lochht-ad. Steven 9-1,2-12 Lock, Donald 199 Lockhart. Raymond 26-1 Lockler, Eleanor 2-1-2 Lot-hr, Susan 2-12 Lot-'tht-n, Camille 2112 Lofrese, Thomas 199 Loflis, James 26-1 Logan, Nancy 199,26-1 Logeman, Beverly 58,199 Loges. Paul 2-12 Logslon, Karen 7-1,199 Lohe, Bcrnita 24-2 Lollar. Shirley 2-1-2 Looey, Kt-nnvth 2-12 Long, Alice 199 Long. Barham 2-12 Long, Dt-horah 2-1-2 Long, Donald 96,2-12 Long, .llllie 56,62.2112 Long, Nlargarel 212 Long, Mary 2-I-2 Long, Nlicliaol 2-1-2 Long, Richard 2-12 Long, Robert 2-I-2 Long, Stanley 199 Lopex, lgnaeio 2-1-2 Lo pez, Erlwa rd 2-1-2 Lorance, Teddy 175 Lor1:nzini,.le-rry 1112 Lovan, Teresa 24-2 Love. Don 199 Love, Donna 2-1-2 Love, Cary 2-I-Il Lovela co, Richard 2-13 Lewis. Carolyn 199 Lewis, Cheryl 199 Lewis Lewis . David 26-1 . Edward 175 Lewis. Gail 2-I2 Lewis, Gary 199 Lewis. James 2-12 Lewis, .lannls 199 Lewis. Jane I1-1.70 Lewis,.1vrry 199 Lewis. .ludy 2-'12 Lewis, Kathie 199 Lewis, Stephvn 199 Lewis, Terri 2112 Liang, Jnnsie 2-12 Licklider, Dr-rtnis 108 Lierman, Terry 2-12 Light, Roliin 2-12 Lillard, Michele 2-12 Limback, Rain-tgcat 175 Limhack, Thomas 199 Lindberg, Valeric 199 Lindeman, Curtis 2-1-2 Linder, Michael 2-12 Lovell. Hola-rt 175 Lovinger, Warren C. 10,1 Loving:-r, Warren 80.21111 Low, Earl 175 Lowrvy, Gloria 2-111 Lowry, David 2-13 Lowry, John 98.199 Loyd, Bruce 8-1,2-1-3 Loyd, Betty 199 Lucas. Carolyn 2-1-I1 Luckey, Janicct' 26-1 Luz-hlwrt, Frank 175 Luehrtnan, Donald 2-121 Lnehrman, Richard 175 Luehrs, Carolyn 2-1-3 Luff, Nltxrgut-ritz' 199 Luippoltl, Beverly 2-1I1 Lujin, Ronald 2-I-Z1 Lukosius, Patricia 2-151 Lumar. Terry 2-13 Lunn, Jerry 57,78 Lunnon, Edward 26-1- Lunnon, Gregory 26-1 Lupton, Carol 2-13 -Lindsay, David 175 Lindsey, Gordon 8-1,199 Lindsey, Robert 9-1,2112 Lindstront, Donna 2-1-2 Lindstrorn, Steven 711.199 Llnhardt. .leant-tto 2112 Link, Wallt'Y 2-1-2 Linneman, Sarah 2-12 Lintner, Larry 57,8-1,199 Luster, William 9-1,2-'13 Lycan Lylcs, , Vinson 243 Richard 199 Lynch, Mic-has-1 199 Lynch Lynch Lyon, Lyon, . Mary 199 , Pamala 2151 Becky 199 Mary 175 Lyons, David 2-111 Lyons, Debora 2-13 Linville, John 199 Linville, Larel 199 Linvillv, Marilyn 2-12 Linville, Sheila 218 Lippvrt, James 92 Liringis, Br-vky 70,199 Litt1e,Jack 175 Little, Nancy 2-12 Little, Robert 26-1- Little, Sherry 212 Littlejohn. Shirlcy 2-12 275 Lyons, Cary 243 Lyons, Louise 199 Lyons. Thomsa 2-1-3 M Mahry, Janice 2-1-3 Macdonald. Gregory 2-13 l,1l0.168.l7S Mavtlonaltl. Josvplt21I1 Mach:-n. Thomas 190 Mark. Brt-nda 100 Mark, Cynthia 2111 Markay. William 213 Nlairfyiltwstiiir Dlant- 200 Mavplivrson. l1lit'lt:lv'l200 Marv. Charl:-s 2111 Maddy-n, Matllnfw 175 Maddin g..laut-213 Maddox. Sharon 2115 Math-Q, Douglas 2111 Madison, Margtit-riw 66.200 Mzltlisull. Mary 213 Mag--r. Dt-nnis 2111 Mngnr-ss, Dawn 2154 Mahan, Je-l'l'rw-y 261 Maltanu-s. llowartl 108.120.1751 Maltnkv-n. Stl-vo 213 Mahon. Edward lI17.lZ18,lI10.2-1-2 Mahon. Nt-tl 02 Malxorn-y..lost-5111200 Mai-'r. .lam-t 2-151 Nlaisak. .lutlitli 2-111 Mais:-1, Dah- 200 Malcolm. Donna 2-154 Malvy. David 200 Malin, .lov 2-119 Mall--lt, Ruth 200 Mallir-oat. Norman 200 Malliroat. Wilma 200 Ma1lln.Joyv-- 200 Mallory, Arthur 8 Mallory, Cynthia 2111 Mallory. Roh-'l't 200 Malom-, Mirhat-1200 Mall-nt-y. Mirltae-I 200 Maui-s-, Kay 200 Manlry. l.intla21I1 Mann. Donna 213 Mannn-ring. Shvrry 2-111 Maunt-rs, Christina 2151 Mann--rs, Mit-hav-l 200 Manning. Drut'illa2-121 Manning. fiwt-ntloiyn 2 L21 Mallllv. Grvgory 213 Maonvl. .1--y-'v 213 Manucl. Marian 218 Maplv, l'ally 200 Klart-lling Mulvs 26-27 Martlis. Cath:-rinc 200 Marianna. l.orraint- 200 Mark--rt..lunr-110.175 Marklv, Nttnry 2121 Marksln-rry. liarhara 71 Mai-kslvury, Harold 213 Markway. Mivltalvl 2131 Marlow. '1'honias 261 Marquis. S:-lt-no 2126 Marr. Patricia 200 Marriott. Ronald 2151 Marruth-r, Marilyn 2121 Marsh. Larry 2121 Marsh. Marla 2121 Marshall, Donna 200 Marshall. Kathi:-on 60 Marshall. Rolf--rt 175 Mart:-n, Str-t'-'n 2111 Marti-ns, R-ug:-r 200 Martin, Attila 26-l Martin, Billy 261 Martin. Dt-1-orah 2121 Martin. Erlna 2111 Martin, Frank 175 Martilt. Harold 261 Martin. .lann-s 2-13 Martin, .loltn 213 Martin. Julia 2121 Martin. Kathy 2111 Martin, Mary 2121 Martin. Mary 26-1 Marlin. Mirlivllt- 88,213 Martin. Nancy 261 Martin. Rodin-y 213 Martz, Samis 213 Marx. Harhara 2-13 Marxkors. Marianna' 2-1-1 Mason. Winston 218 Masons-r, Charh-s 2-11 Nlassvy , Elizaln-th 21-1 Mass:-y, Patricia 21-1 Masta-rs, Carolyn 62,241 Mast:-rs. Corson 175 Masta-rson, Marry 21-1 Mastroianni. Gr:-gg 5T,02,100,200 01k1ll'1l'WS. Rohr-rta 200,261 Mathis. Kallwrint- 21-1 Mathis, Patricia 200 Matlock, Michai-l 132 Matncy. Mark 122.2-1-I Mal--s. Frank 100 Matson, Gvrri 1112 Malusm-wski, Frances 200 Maty, Allrn 200 Maughlncr, Barbara 200 Mann, Lana 2-1-1 Mautun, Phyllis 2-1-1- Nluxon, Frances 200 Maxell , Dah- 2-1-1 Maxwt-11,.lanis 2-11 Muxwtfll, Lisa 2-11 Maxwt-ll. Richard 1-12.1 121,175 May, Connit- 70,2-1-1 Muycock, Charllrs 21-1 Mayt-r. Paniula 2-11 Mayliclnl. Louisa- 175 Maynard. Rickcy 2-1-1 l1lays-.',.lanim- 2-11 Mazar. Che-ryl 200 Mazt-r, Kevin 200 Mazza. lrlolcnt- 218 McAdam. Jam-t 60 McAl't'u, Kvnm.-llt 200 MrAult-y, Roy 169,175 Mvliritlc. Carl 5736.200 McBride-. Constance- 21-1 McBridt-, Dt-horah 200 lVlc1'1rid4,-, Dt-hor-alt 211 McBritIt-. Donald 21-I Mcliritlt-, Kay 2-11 McBride, Mickit- 2-11 McBroom, Mary 2-I-1 McCaht'. Carol 2-1-1 McCall,.lann-5109 McCaml1ridgtf..lolm 86,2-11 Ml'Cancc. Eva 200 Mcflantlluss, Pt-rry 175 McCantllcss, William 175 McCann. Shana 2-1-1 McCarroll, Lynn 200 McCarthy, David 2-1-1 McCarthy, Gaylv 66,2-1-1 McCarthy. Tvrry 2-1-1 McCas1ir3 Mary 2-1-1 McCault-y, liarliaru 21-I McClain. Charlt-s 21-1 McClain. .lint 21-1 McClain, Mt-Iissa 70 McClain. Mary 200 McClain. Margart-l 2-1-1 McCloud, Km-nncth 2-11 McCloud, Philip 2-1-1- Mt1Clurr-,U-Xrlhltr 175 McClure, Lucinda 200 McClurg. Grog 102 McConchit-, Rolwrt 261 McCnnklfy, Marin-tta 218 McConnell, Louise- 175 McConncll, Marcia 2-I-1 Mt'Cunnvillt', Margarvl 200 McCool, Mivhac-1 111-1.2-I-I McCorkle', .lanicv 201 McCormick, Roln-rt 21-1 -McCormic, Sharon 201 McCormick. 1.4-roy 80 McCormick. Patricia 2-1-I McCoy, Andrew 57.90 McCoy. .lohn 175 McCoy, Peggy 2-1-1 McCracken, Nancy 2-1-1- MuCrary, Sain 122 McCrary, Susan 2-1-1 Mt'Cruy, .lohn 218 McCut1uly, Margart-t 2-I-1 McCulloch, Bvvvrly 201 McCollough, .loycr 2-1-1 Ml:Curdy. Mary 62 McCutcl1an. Carl 175 McDaniel, Barbara 201 McDaniel, Micln-lv 2-1-1 Mcllaniul. McDanit-l, Shcri 2-1-1 William 37,201 McDonald, It-anic 70 McDonald,,1ant'12-1-1 McDonald, Riclutrd 201 Mcllowull, .lunic 2-1-1- McDul'l'. Sharon 66 McElhancy. Barbara 2-11 Mclilvain, Bt-cky 2-1-1 MCEI-wcc, Judson 175 Mclilyca. Dt-nnis 201 McEt,-l-5, G14-nn 92,2-ti Mclirttirc, Michael 201 McFarland, Eminvtt 175 McFarland. Laurel 2-11 Mclfivld, Marilyn 68,2-I-1 McGat'l'in, Christinc 2-1-1- Mcilm-. Douglas 88,201 McGinley, McGinnis. McGovt-rn, McGowan, 1111-Gowtfn, R..g.fr 2-1-1 Yvilliam 2-1-l John -16,201 Dennis 57,86.1I1I-,2 Kathlt-cn 21-1 Mcilown. Edward 201 McGrath, Michal-l 24-1 McGraw. Ge-orgt' 2-11 Mclirew. Mary 211-1 McGraw . Rozunne 244 McGuire. Mark 2-1-1 Mclntirt-:,,1anicc 2-111 Mclrttirff. Susan 201 Mclnlosh, Dt-liorall 2-I-1 McKamt-y, Eric 218 McKay . Rt-x 100 McKt-L-, Roh-'rt 21-1 Mclict-, Rohcrt 2-1-1 Mclictf. Vicki 201 l11t:Kt-lever, Milton 201 11-lt'K:-lvey, Caroline 201 McKt-lvcy, Samui-l 2-1-1 McKt-lvy . Susan 2-1--1 Mc:Kt-lvey, Kathy 58 Mclicnzitr, McKt-nxii-, Donald 201 Kathleen 2-1-1 MOKimmuy, Philip 175 McKinney, Sharon 201 Mcliinnis, Mchaughli McLean, C l1lcMahill, McMillan. Richard 175 n, Dan 96,201 harlt-s 80 Annt-ttec 201 Patrick 2-I-5 McMillan, George 92 McMillcn. Michat-l 92,201 McMorrow, Kuthlt-en 215 McMullcn, Eve 2-15 MrMullin. McNalic, .1 McNamara Harhara 201 anvt 2-15 , Jost-phinc 2-15 McNcely, Ralph 2-15 M cN vi l l . Sherri 2-15 McNutl, Sharon 201 McQuain, Connie 218 McQncrry, Mcllcynoli cindy 1-to ls, Ronald 175 McRoI1urls, Honda 2-I5 McSpaddcn, Dana 175 Mu-ac ham , M vac ha nl . Chuck 102 Ed 96.201 ML-ad, Brtfnt 80 Mvchlin. Bvssil: 2-15 Mt-chlin, Patricia 2-15 Mcdlcy, Richard 2-15 Muck. Barry 2-15 Mo.-ck. Randolph 100 Mr.-fford, Alle-n 201 Mclllcr, Patricia 2-I-5 Mchrhnff, Donald 2-15 .Mcinls. Shcryl 26-1 Moist-nhl-inn-r. Ken 9-1,201 Mclalm, Philip 26-1 Muller, Donald 201 Mt-lton, Juan 201 Mt-lton, Mary 2-15 Mt-lion. Rickcy 2-15 Mc-llon, Stl-phcn 2-15 Melyn, Linda 26-1 Mcnaugh, Barbara 2-I5 Mundt-2, Anthony 100 Munsc, David 88.2-15 Mt-rcurio, Anthony 96,201 276 Mcrcncss, Mary 215 Mcrriott, Carolt- 201 l1'1t'!'1'1v1l. Rex 2-1-5 Mvrryfit-ld, Dianna 215 Mcrrylit-ld, ,lohn 102.2-15 Merryman, Patrick 215 Merlcll. Michal-1 26-1 Mcrlcnsnn-yt-r, .l. R. 2-15 Mcrlcnsnit-yt-r. ,lohn 78,2-I5 Mcrlcnsnn-yor, S. l'. 78,2-15 Mr-rtr-usmt-yer, Tom 57,78,20l Mcssick, Sandra 201 Messina, Patrick 26-1 Messina, Pasqtialt- 261- Mt'ssirtgz'l', Harry 218 Mctschcr, Rodncy 2-15 Mcvtrrtlou, Mcrville- 169.176 Mcyvr, Carol 2-15 Mcyt-r. Christina 2-15 Mcyur. Dchorah 2-15 Mr-yvr Mt-yor . Dcnnis 82,2-15 , Edward 176 Meyer, .litmus 57,821,201 .2-15 Meyer, Johnny 201 M1-yer , Rogt-r 82.201 Michael. Evvlyn 201 Michaels, .lane 21 ,T0,2-15 Michel, Linda 201 Mick, Cathy 2-15 Mickelson, Monica 2-15 Mickt-lson, Tcrry 26-1- Middlclon, Kathy 21.62 Middleton, Mary 215 Miesncr, .lamcs 1011 Milus. Ronda 1-16.2-15 Miller. Ann 21 Miller, Billie 201 Millur, Donald 170 Miller, Donna 56.201 Millcr. Eric 176 MilIcr,G1oria 215 Miller, .lzlnvt 2-15 nan.-r. J.-fry no Miller. J. 0. 176 Miller, Larry 26-1 Miller, Mark 57,102,215 Milh-r, Mt-linda 7-1.2-15 Milla-r. Ervin 26-1 Milla-r, Michal-1 2-15 Millvr, Nancy 62,202 Millar. Nancy 62.215 Maur, Norman 202 Millt-r, Panic-la 2-15 Millar. Ralph 2-15 Millvr, Randal 202 Millar, R4-hecca 2-15 Miller, Richard 202 Millvr, Richard 218 Miller, Ronald 201 Millcr, Rolierl 202 Miller, Roger 202 Miller, Ronald 00.202 Miller, Miller, Ross 202 Sandra 202 Millcrz Saundra 2-15.26-1 Miller. Sharon 202 Millcr. 1Vall 96 Miller. Warren 202 Millikan. Slevcn 2-15 Milliron, Grcg 2-15 Mil1s..1. 2-15 Mills. 2-15 Mills, Paula 202 Mills, Puggie 202 Mills, Rohr-rt 202 Mills, Rolicrl 2-15 Millsap, lV1arilyu202 Milner, .lamus 202 Minford, William 02 Ming, Rita 2-1-5 Minks, Raymond 202 Minor, Marcia 2-15 Minle-r, Thomas 2-15 Mistt-lu, Wilfred 2-15 Mitchell, Arthur 90,2-15 Mitchell, C. C. 26-1- Mitchcll, Charlcs 176 Mitchcll, Dana 2-15 Mitchell, David 176 Mitchell, Deborah 245 Nixon. Kathleen 26-I Mitchell Mitchell , Diane 62 , Gt-organne 2-15 Mitchell, Helen 2-15 Mitchell. Lawrence 176 Mitchell. Marty 6-1,202 Mitchell, Rohert 96 Mitchell. Rohn-rt 2-15 Mitchell, Sandra 62 Mitchell, Wiillie 00 Mitten. tgl.-edits 202 Mitten, Lanna 2-16 Mix, Shirley 2-1-6 Mohley, Brenda 2-16 Mock. Perry 176 Mock, Rohort 176 Moehle. David 2-16 Moeller, Connie 58.202 lilohn, Gerald 2-1-6 Mohr, Katherine 6-1-.218 Molder, Yvonne 2-I-6 Molt-r, Linda 216 Monk. Linda 202 Monk, Walter 2-16 Monson. Richard 176 Montalto, Barltara 176 Montgomery, Dehoralt 2-16 Moody, Ruth 2-16 Mullies, William 176 Mullins, Matthew 2-16 Malloy. Christina 2-16 Mumford, Gerald 2-16 Mummert. Floyd 2-16 Mttndey, Alan 2-16 Munstertnan, Bill 2-16 Munsterman. Gary 2-1-6 Munsterman, Kathy 202 Munsterman, Ted 203 Muntzell. David 2-16 Mttrkin. .lohn 2-16 Marley, Patricia 2024 Murphy. Brad 80 Nil-mann. .latnes 82,217 Nicmann, Paul 84,2-1-7 Nienwendal, lim 132.2-17 Nirsehl. Alien' 2-17 Nivvns, Gary 2-17 Nivr-ns. lunn-s 2-1-7 Nixon. Stev 1-n 92,109.217 Njt-govan, Gina 2-17 Noltle. Larry 711 Nahles, Juanita 210 Not-lk:-.lerri1yn2-17 Noelke, Mary 2011 Noland , Alicha 66 Nolting, Cheryl 2011 Murphy, Katherine 2-'16 Murphy. Marian 203 Murphy, Patricia 203 Murray, .loseph 203 Murre11,losr--ph 109 Marry, Masai, Marilyn 2011 Richard 08 M usiek, .lean 2116 Mussman, l,yln- 103,203 Mutzell, David 9-1- Mycrs, Anthony 2-16 Myers. Flora 203 Myers, .laneie 26-1 Nonnenntker, .lutlith 2-1-7 Nordnteyt-r, Susan 70,217 Normttn, Viola 1 111.203 Norris,.lud1tl1261 Norris, Vernon 2-17 North, Willard 176 Norton. Wuynita 203 Norvn-1l..lohn 2-17 Norvell. Margo 2-17 Novak. Ronald 2021 Novak, Suzanne 1-16.217 Nuckles, Peggy 217 Nail, .leanette 2-10 Moon, Gayla 2-16 Moore, Cary 202 Moore. Jeanette 68.2-16 Moore. ,lim 2-16 Moore. .lutly 26-1 Moore, Karen 2-16 Moore, Lee 26-1 Moore, Lonnie 202 Moore, Mary 216 Moore, Nancy 2-I6 Moore, lkioorv, Richard 2-1-6 Ronald 2-16 Moore, Stanley 2-16 Moore, Stephen 2-16 Moore, Willis 202 Moran, Billie-102,202 Moran, James 3-1,96,l37 Moree. Macy 176 Morgan. Frances 6-1.200 Morgan. .lay 100 Morgan. Scott 86 Morgan. Tom 122.2-16 Morice, Joseph 98,202 Mori:-tn. Michael 2-16 Morlan. W'inston 176 Moroney. Katherine 176 Morris, Patricia 202 Morris, Philip 2-1-6 Morris, Roger 2-16 Morrison, Cheryl 216 Morrison, .lantes 2-16 Morrison, Linda 216 Morrison, Stephen 202 Morison, Viekie 202 Morrow, Richard 2-16 Morstnin, Mary 2-16 Mortimeyer, lfranees 202 Myers, Wlilliam 2-16 Myler, James 2021 N Nahm, Laura 176 Nail, David 2-16 Nail, Donald 26-1- Nail, .lohn 203 Nanee, Carol 26-1 Nanee, Lynn 2-16 Nanneman, Marcella 2-1-6 Nauman, Robert 203 Naumann, Mary 2-16 Nauss, Richard Z-16 Naylor, Donna 2-16 Neal, Robert 203 Nehergall, Kevin 2011 Need, Connie 2116 Neitring, Duane 203 Nehring, Roberta 203 Neicr, Chalrene 203 Nrinteyer, Ethel 76.2-I6 Nelson, Clyde 176 Nelson, Dale 176 Nelson. .lerry 2-16 Nelson, Lynette 203 Nelson, Mary 2-16 Nuekles, Sue 217 Nttgun, Cherie 2-17 Nuzuni, Paul 57,103,203 O Oakurson. .luanie 2014 O'Bannon, .lohn 176 Ola-rhelman, 13nnnie2-17 Oversehulte. .laniue 217 Ohriant . Marvin 2-17 Ohrien. Cat lty 203 Ohrien. David 2-1-7 Olvrien, Diane 2-17 Ohrien, ,lanet 62 ,203 Ohrien, Michael 2-17 Ohriern, Wi lliam 2-1-7 Oconnor. Karen 2-17 Oconnor, Ma ry 2-17 Oconnor. Patrick 2051 Oeonnor, S ht-ila 62,2-17 Odehnal. Peggy 2-17 Odell. .lohn 203 Odell. Martha 2015 Odell. Patti 203 Odell, Rohvrt 98 Odor, Clark 2-I7 Ot-hring, Roliert 2021 Oellwrg, Ft 04-tting. Pa vrrest 26-1 ul 203 Nelson, Tom 1015 Nt-mme rs, Catherine 203 Nentwig, Rebecca 2-1-7 Nt-ske, Mary 2-17 Nestlerode, Et'1'ie2-17 01'1'it'er. Michael 2-17 Ogleslree, Daryl 2-17 Ogleshee, Neal 2-1-7 Ohlenteyer, Ervin 57,1i2.20I1 Ohlriclt. Beth 76 Morton, Cli1'l'ord 176 Morton Morton , Danny 100,100 , Patricia 2-16 Morton, Clark 176 M oshy , Moser, Walter 2-16 Carl 176 Moser. Lois 202 Moss, Deborah 216 Mott, Bernard 82,202 Mott, Byron 57.82302 Mott, Sheila 2-16 Moult. Warren 264 Mozley, Thomas 2-16 MuI:l1n1ore, Cloyd 176 Mackey. Charles 2-16 Mudd. Billy Mudd. Linda 202 Mueller. Cheryl 76,2-16 Mueller. Dennis Mueller. Michele 58.202 Mueller, Stephen 112,202 Muessig, Mark 2-1-6 Mullinrd, Rolmrt 2-16 Mullen, Ritzhard 2-16 Mullen, Rohert 2-1-6 Muller, .lohn 2-1-6 Nettner, Janice 2-1-7 Newberry, Cecil 103.10921-7 Neweomh, Mary .lane 176 Newcomer, Lee 176 Newell. Darrell 2-17 Newham. Gail 26-1- Newhouse, Robert 203 Newman, Leonard 2-17 Newsom, Betty 2-17 Newton, Angelee 2-17 Nihhelink, Melinda 2-17 Ohlrich, Gloria 2-17 Ohrazrla, John 08,2-17 Ohrenherg, Rohert 176 Okelly, Keith 2-I7 Olde, liiiehael 203 Olde, Ronald 2-17 Orouke. Timothy 217 Orr. Kenneth 2-17 Orr. Roger 2-17 Orttneyer. Catherine 217 Ortmeyer, .ltmnita 201 Oshorn, '1'vrri 2-17 Osborne. George 11 Oshurn, Stanley 08 Oshima, Eugene 176 Oster. Dianna 217 Ovstlttntl, Mindy 217 Oswald. Estil 201 Oswald. l"att'ieia 2-111 Oswald, Sarah 218 Ott-y. Elmer 1117 Otis, Maynard 20-1- Oltolt-, Dolores 2-18 Otoole. Patricia 2-18 Ott. Patil 201 0n1-.lam--20-1 Otte, Richard 201 Otten. Lawrenee 20-1 Ottingvr, Susan 58.2-115 Outing Club -I8 Outersky, Larry 2-lil Overhy, Glenna 26-1 Overby, Milton 176 Overkamp. .lane 21.2-18 Overkantp. .loyee 2-111 Overman. .lohn 9-1.2-I-8 Overton. David 112.218 Owen. Kr-itlt211-1 Owen. Patricia 2-18 Owen. Pattla 201 Owen. Stephen 2-111 Owens, Diane 201 Owens, Myra 201 Owens. Pat 151 Owens, Dt-an 08.2-I8 Owsley. K--11112-18 Oxley. Virn-ent 176 P Paddaek. Jerry 2-18 Pagano, 'I'homas 100.2-18 Page. ,le-sst' 57,103,201 Page, Kathy 20-1 Painter, Maurice 218 Painter. Miehai-106,201 Pallette, Larry 218 Palmer, Carolyn SH Palmer. .lames 02 Palmer, .lohn 218 Palmer. Rohr-rl 2-18 Palmer. Sandra 2-I8 Pape, Donald 21111 Pappas. .lohn 261 Park, Cheryl 218 Park. Marilyn 201 Park. Raymond 176 Parker, Barhara 2-18 Parker. Charles 811,20-1 Parker, Dennis 78 Parker, G11-tn1a2l1'l Parker, .lohn 2111 Parker, Nicholas 20-1 Parker. Philip 2111 Nichols. Bruce 2-17 Nichols, Cecil 203 Nichols, Connie 2-17 Niehols , Deborah 2-17 Nichols, Edith 176 Nichols, .lo Anne 203 Nichols, Paula 2-17 Nichols, Peter 176 Nichols Tom103 Niekell, Dehhie 106.2-1-7 Nickell. Glenda 2-17 Niuodemus, Carol 2-17 Nie, Peggy 203 Niohrue Niedur, gge, Anita 2-17 Leon 2611 Oldham. Suzanne 20-1 Olendorll, Carol 62.107,l-18,1-19.20-1 Olivart-z. .lohn 26-1 Olive, Dennis 78 Oliver, Stephen 100 Olpin, Larry 176 Omalley. .lanes 176 Omara, Patricia 66.217 Ornt-ara. Daniel 9-1,2-17 Omega Psi Phi 90,91 Ont-al. .loan Z1-1.2-17 Onstot. Gregory 0-1,1-1-1,1-15 Opfer, Larry 20-1 Oppt-nheim, Riehard 88,20-1 Oppenheint, Rita 2-17 Opp:-rrnann, Curtis 20-1- Oppermann, Kathleen 2-1-7 0rl', Rohn-rt 219 Ornhurn, Connie 2-17 Orouke. John 2117 277 Parker, Robert 2-18 Parker, Roddy 20-1 Parker. Sally 218 Parks, Chastain 57,201 Parks. Kathryn 2111 Parks, Kermit 176 Parks. Linda 2-18 Parks, Patriria 201 Parks, Philip 20-I Parman, .loan 21-8 Parr, .lohn 11-1.2-18 Parrish, Anna 2-18 Parrish. Donna 218 Parrish. Harold 57 Parrish. William 100,20-1 Parson, Diane 2-18 Parsons, Mike 57.08 Parsons, Karen 2-1-8 Past Presidents 11 Paszkowski, Edward tl Patmore, Ruth 176 Patrick, ,laqueline 20-1 Patrick, Robert 109.176 Quinn, Lam 66 Patterson, Frank 176 Patterson, Sylvia 2-'18 Patterson, Wayne 26-1 Patton, Dennis 2-I8 Patton, Donald 96,2-111 Patton, Jerry 9-1 Patton, John 9-1,248 Patton, Martha 2011 Patton, Sanndra 72 Pauliel, llianne 176 Paul, Rhonda 20-1 Paulsmeyer, Duarte 2-1-11 Pautz, J i11"tt'l 2-'18 Payne, Janet 7-1,20-1 Payne, Lawrence 2-18 Payne, Roy 2-1-8 Payson, Nancy 20-1 Powell, Donna 2-19 Floyd 177 Payton, Beverly 20-1 Payton, Ronald 20-1 Peak, Thomas 84,2-18 Pearce, Clarence 176 Pearson, Gary 201 Pearson, Scott 100,109 Pearson, Wahlla 2-I-8 Pecan Bowl 110,111 Peck, William 1176 Pemberton, Brbnda 2118 Pemberton. Mary 20-1 Pemberton, Steven 2-18 Pertgra, Joy 7-1,20-1 Pernlue, John 2-18 Perdue. Shirley 218 Perft-tt, Raymond 176 Perkins, Dennis 211-H Perkins. Janice 2-18 Perkins, Jeanne 2-18 Perkins, Michael 98 Perkins, Nancy 2-18 Perri-eault, Laurence 176 Perrin. Kent 2-18 Perrin, Lloyd 26-1 Perrin, Sonja 2118 Perry, Sybil 2-1-8 Pcrryn. Roger 2118 Pertle Springs 14,15 Petertnan, Elaine 2413 Peterman. Jerry 248 Peters, lrvin 168,177 Peters, Joan 248 Peters, Ste phert 20-1 Peters. Virginia 20-1 Peters, William 2118 Petersen, Mark 211-8 Peterson, Bill 177 Peterson, James 2011 Peterson, John 264- Pcvestorff, Susan 2-19 Ray, Danny 206 Peterson, Margaret 177 Peterson, Patricia 2-18 Peterson. Susan 211-8 Pt.-trich, Robert 2-18 Pettel, Alan 205 Pettigrew, Warresn 177 Pettijohn, Charles 2-18 Petty, Grace 26-1 Pettyjohn. Donald 2-18 Pha res, Stephen 205 Phillips, Elizabeth 2-'19 Phillips, Richard 109 Phillips, Susan 2-19 Phillips, Tara 2119 Phillips, Terry 205 Phinney, John 177 Phipps. Stephen 249 I'l1i Sigma Epsilon 92.93 Pickrcll, ,Iamic 56,64-1,2-19 Pickrcll , Joseph 9-1 Picpergerdes, M. J. 2-1-9 Pierce, Cleava 249 Pierce, Donna 2-19 Pierce, Garrell 205 Pierce, Glenn 177 Pierson, Robert 169,177 Pierson, Brenda 2-19 Pilant, Mary 205 Pl Kappa Delta 50 Pinncll. Thomas 2-19 Pinsonneault, Rick 101 Pinzino, Mary 2-19 Piper, Frank 2-19 Piper, Sibyl 1-16.2-I-9 Pipkin, Michael 57.9-1-,205 Pipkin, Michael 219 Pitman, Bruce 205 Pitman, Vance 2-19 - Pittman, Annalois 205 - Pittman. D. I.. 2-19 Pittman, Riley 177- Pins. it-1...i1yn 21,205 Place, Melody 62.2-19 Place. Penny 2-19 Plassmeyer, Dottls 2-1-9 Platt. David 26-1 ' Plnttnt-r, David 101,249 Plisco, David 109 Plumberg, Jerome 26-1 Plunk, Dolores 177 Poese. Richard 205 Poggi, Christine 62.205 Pohl, Kathy 60,219 Pohl, ,lurly 2-19 Poling, Sharon 210 Polito, Beverly 2-1-9 Pollard, David 2-19 Pollard, James 92,2-19 Pollard, Kathy 2-19 Polnutfk, Hilda 2-1-9 Polomsky, William 219 Ponting, Timothy 80,2-19 Poor:-, Bradley 2-19 Pope, Debbie 2-19 Porter, Arnold 205 Porter, Cindy 2-19 Porter, James 2-10 Porter, Martha 2-I0 Porter, Mary 66 Porter, Patricia 2-19 Porter, Terry 2-19 Porterfield, Polly 2-19 Portwaod. Allen 205 Postlctwuil. James 177 Pottelmum, Agnes 205 Pottebattm, Cecilia 2-1-9 Potter, James 2-10 Potter, Janet 2-19 Potter. Kay 205 Potter, Linda 2419 Potter, Samuel 205 Powell, Donald 177 Powell. Gayle 205 Powells, Karla 68,205 Power. Dan 1112 Powers. Greg 101 Powers, Joseph 2-19 Powers, Kathleen 76,2-19 Powers, Thomas 205 Pozin. Glen 264 Prater, Dennis 205 Prater, .James 811- Prather. Janice 2-19 Pratt, Lorraine 2-19 Pratt, Marty 2-19 Precht, Nancy 2-1-9 Premer, Wendy 2-19 Pressly, Judith 205 Prettyman, Roht-rt 205 Pre-welt, Sandra 205 Prewitt, William 205 Price, Cheryl 2-19 Price, Janet 205 Price, Jon 205 Price. Nancy 2-19 Prigel, Rebecca 249 Pritchard, ,lacque 249 Pritchard, Maxine 219 Prives, Christine 2-19 Privitt, Patricia 205 Proffitt. Bobby 205 Proffitt, Dennis 205 Proffitt. James 205 Proffitt. Richard B-1,2-19 Prossner, Bary 241-9 Provancc 2-19 Pruitt, Pamela 2-19 Pryor, Jackie 2-19 Psi Chi 30 Puckett. Janice 60,205 Puckett, Phyllis 2-19 Pulley. James 177 Pulley, Judy 2-I-9 Purkt-tt. Marian 2-19 Purvis, Patricia 2-19 Pnrvis, Paul 205 Puttltolif. Jam' 2119 Pyszka. Deborah 6-1 Quamm nt- . Jane 2-19 Quear, Marcia 35,76.205 Quesenlierry, Roger 101 Quimby. lililford 177 Quinlan. Jack 96 Quinn. Michael 98 R Rabius, Linda 205 Racunas, Tlftomas 2-19 Rader. Jackie 2-19 Rader, Martha 177 Rader, Sandra 2119 Radtke. Thomas 112.205 Ragan, Denise 2-19 Ragan, Linda 205 Rag:-et, David 250 Ragland, Deborah 250 Ragland, Reginald 132,250 Ragsdale, Jack 177 Ragon, James 250 Raines. Michael 205 Raines, Jo Anne 21 Rainey, Lee 250 Rains. Richard 250 Rakt-r. Doug 101 Rall. William 250 Ramhow, Frederick 205 Ramel, San 103 Ramey, Michael 206 Ramos, Buddy 103 Ramsey, Gerald 250 Randolph, Cathy 250 Randolph, Houston 98,250 Runes, Jo Anne 60,250 Ranes, Ronald 250 Rankin, Diane 250 Ranson, Kathleen 177 Rapp, Carolyn 250 Rapp. Paul 250 Raps, Nyla 206 Raps, Steve 26-1 Rathmann, Richard 250 Ratlifl, Cary 250 Ratliff, Patricia Rauscher, Maureen 206 Raw. Sharon 151 Rawlins, Brenda 250 Rea, Stephen 206 Reach, Nicholas 250 Reams, Ruth 250 Reavis, Florence 250 Rebel-lo, .Joseph 96,111-1-.1-15 Recreation Major's Society 53 Rector, Hazel 206 Redilick, Roger 206 Rcdcl, Dianne 250 Redford. Sherry 250 Reece, Geraldine 206 Reed, Jacqueline 250 Reed, John 26-1 Reed, Kathleen 250 Recd, Marcella 250 Reed, Steve 206 Reed, Susan 250 Reeves, Stephen 92 Regan, Robert 97 Reger. Terry 103 Rehklau, Jeanna 26-1 278 Rehkop, Rehkop. Dorothy 250 Jolt n 9-1.206 Ri-id. George 206 Rt-id, Quinta 250 Reilly, Charles 206 Reimer. Dolores 206 Reinke, Michael 250 Reineke, Robert 206 Reinhard, Thomas 250 Ri-ittsrh. Robert 250 Reistad, Paulette 76.206 Rcnfro, Julie 206 Renft, Mary 250 Rensch, Robert 26-1 Renzulli, Philip 219 Repinec, Gail 6-1 Repp, Elizabeth 250 Rt-pp, Michael 92,206 Residt-nee Center 166.167 Rethmeyvr. Robert 206 Rewolt, Ruth 250 Reynolds, Harold 177 Reynolds, Jack 177 Reynolds, James 177 Reynolds. Mark 88.250 Reynolds, Pamela 206 Reynolds . Sharon 250 RHETOR Queen 38,11 RHETOR Stall' -1-1,-15 Rhoads. .Jude 250 Rhode. Susan 7-1,250 Rhone. Walter 109 Rice. Don177 Rice. Ric ha rd 206 Rice. Ronald 2611 Rich, Peggy 206 Richard, Dale 206 Richard, Robert 101 Richards, Evelyn 261 Richards, James 206 Richards, Michael 206 Richardson, Cynthia 250 Richards: Richards: nt, Harold 206 tn, Robert 26-1 Richey. Sharon 250 Richie. Keith 250 Rickman, C. W..lTT Ricks, Beatrice 177 Riddell. Richard It-1.88,20 Riddle. Cheryl 250 Riddle, Janice 250 Riddle, Ronald 206 Reihold. Rim-bold, lreoa 206 Rinks, Margret 250 Riffiv. Roger 250 Riggins, Eva 250 Riggs, Carol 206 Riggs, Virgil 177 Riley, Kathleen 206 Riley, Ri ckey 13-1,250 Rimel, Charlie 250 Rimmer, Rinehart, Rinehart. Rinehart, Kenneth 206 Constance 250 Gregory 250 Mick 107 Rinehart, Michael 250 Ring, Me rlin 219 Rinne, Charles 206 Rippeteau. Linda 76 Rippcteau, Nicki 76,250 Risley, Denise 250 Rissell, Deborah 250 Ritter, John 206 Ritter, Rose 250 Rivera, Michael 206 Roach, Gary 206 Roach, Larry 250 Robb, James 57,92 Robb, Kenneth 177 Robbins, James 250 Robbins, Meredith 58.250 Roberson, Ammon 177 Roberson, Vicky 250 Roberts, Charles 250 Roberts, David 250 Roberts, Debra 250 Roberts, Judith 250 Roberts, Kenneth 206 Roberts, Lynn 250 Robertson. Mary 250 Rnbiv, Ly man 57 Rnbil, Life 98 Robinetk. Susan 251 Rnhirlsun, David 84 Robinson, Dnnalnl 219 Robinson. Fun-lla 68.206 Rubimnn Rulminsnn Rnhins-an Rnlxinsunv Rnbirmm. Rulrinson, Rmrkensl vi .lim 251 Kzllhy 200 Phyllis :umm Rnlwrl 57.90 Rnlu-rl 02,109,251 Wann 251 n, juhn 207 Rust, Sherry 251 Ruth. Lanvv 207 Ryun. Rex 251 Ryan, Roy 251 Ryan, Shirley 251 Ryherg. Richard Ryde-r, Marilyn 207 Sachs, Diana 219 Rrvckfunl, Louis 204 Rodda-n. Dr-boruh 251 Rude, Jamvs 264 R.-,uekf.pf, 264 Rodgers, Lynn 251 Rm-, Lyla 251 Rue. Roy 207 Rnelheli, Karvn 25l Rogers. Charles 207 Suddlcr, Roy 265 Sadirh. Miwhaulfl-1.100 Sadler, Debnmlm 251 Sudlvr. Philip I77 Salaclin, Che-K 122 Sala-mir, Bernard 251 Snling, Mary 251 Sallee, Danny' 94.207 Szlllee, David 9l,25l Salle-e, Gary 251 Rogers. Elma-r 261 Rogers, Rehvcura 207 Rogers, Rilchiu 07.251 Rogers, Roy 251 Rogers, Sandra 251 Rogers, Sandra 207 Salmon. David 251 Sample. George ITT Sampson. Harold IT7 Samson, Marian 207 Sanders. Eugene' 207 , Tim 103.207 Rnhlfing, Barham 25l Rnhbach. Rusvamn 25l Roland. Mike- 103 Rolf, Knrvn 58 Rnllert, AI 103 Rnlherl, Ge-nffrvy 10:4 Rnnsick, Juan 207 Rnoks, Pamela 251 Rooney. Dennis 25I Rnnnvy. Jeanna Rnpchock, Rulh 251 Roper, B1-nila 207 Rnshchr-r, Pamvla 207 Rose, Charles 25l Rose. Mary 207 Ruse, Russell 251 Rose, Sharon 21,518,207 Ruse, W'ilIiam 177 Rnse-buum , Bu rhn ra 56 ,66,207 Roseman, Linda 264 Rosenthal, David 251 Rosley, Chuck lOl.13T Ross. David 26-I Ross, William 177 Rust, Cynthia 251 R.O.T.C. 18,19 Rmerl, Stephen 207 Roth, David 98.251 Rolhfus, Donald 207 Rounlri-0, Joy 207 Rouse-. Elmer 207 Roush. Nancy 251 Roulh. Rush- 207 Rumi. Barham 207 Ruwulnl, Christina- 251 Rfvwulrl, Mvrrily 2l.56,76,207 Rnwa-, Yvillialm 207 Row--lt, Allan 207 Ruwlell. Karin 251 Royal, Vicki 207 Royal. Vicmr 98 Ruhenstvin, Mark 101.122 Ruckmarl. .ln 251 Rudasill, Marilyn 251 Rudolph, Keith 251 Rudnff. Karen 251 Ruszik, Joseph 207 Ruedlinger, Doruthy 207 Rufe-m1ch!,Jnhn 207 Rugg. Tracy 251 Huggies, Dani:-I 251 Ruggles, Lindu 207 Ruhl, Kathy 251 Ruhling. Ted 251 Runynn. Jerry 122 Runynn, Kathy 251 RUPP- Beverly 207 Ruprvcht, Debnruh 251 Rush, Ernest 177 Russell. .lack 177 Russell, Vivian 21.207 Sanders, James 132 Sanders, Sarah 207 Sanders, Sharon 251 Sanders. Sle-vvn 251 Sanders Schmidt. Barham 252 Svhmidt, Doruthy 208 Schmidt, Duunr 177 Snwhminh, .Iauncs 252 Schmidl. Marilynn I77 Schmidt, Richard 219 Schmidt, Russvll 252 Schmiedeler, S. T. 252 Svhmilt. Dvhnrah 62.252 Schackefnhvrg, Hz-lvn 252 S4:hnackhvrg, K. D. 252 Schnukenhe-rg. R. I.. 252 Schm-ider, Bvlty 252 Schn:-Idrr, Dornlhy 208 Schneider, Gary 208 Schneider, Stephen 208 Schnell, Donna 252 Srhniuders. Larry l03 Schniodors, Loretta 60,252 Snlmelnig. Barbara 208 Srhm-rnig. Thnmas 252 Schnen, Ste-phrn 252 Schm-lhal, Charles 208 Schrwnlhal, Nl. L. 70.252 Schnff. Kenneth 252 Schull, Rosemary 6-I Schnllv, Thumas 252 Schuuling. Deborah 252 Schrmling, Ruth 208 Schutt, Marion 169,177 Schnwengf-rut. S. G. 252 Schmdvr. De-nnis 208 Schreirr, De-buruh 252 Srvlvy. Rllllvfl l77 S:-1-Ivy. Susan 252 Sc-gr-r. De-nnis 252 Sridvr, Philip 252 Svigrl, Sn-vu 100 51-lhy..lohnny 252 SL-ll, Wuyrn' 252 Se-llurs 252 SFEHPFS. James 252 Sz-mkin. Sharon 252 Svmsch. .lm-rry 252 Seniurs IH1-216 SL-rrunz-, Mary 252 Svtsur, David 252 Svlsvr. Michaf-I 253 Svlllv, Rug:-r 2514 Srvy, Vivkiv 25:1 Sewell. Georgia 177 Svxlun, Carl 177 Svxlun, Terriv 253 Sexlru. Sandra 253 SGA ll-2-43 Shuvkclfnrd. Judith 76,208 Shackclfnrd, Su-vm-n 265 Shudlvy. Luvilv 208 Slmdlvy. Susan 76,252 Shadwick, Britl 88,253 Shufr-r. Hnrulnl 209 SL'ha1'l'1-r, Jnmr-s ITT Shuka-spm-uw, Ch:-rly 209 Shnnklin, Murgaru! 178 Shunks, Clvnda 252! Shanks, Richard 219 Sandwilh. Michuc-1251 Sandy. .lohn 103 Sanlnrn, Pete 107,112 Sappinglnn, David 251 Sappingmn, Hal l7T Sass. Billy 207 Sussi, Louis 207 Sauhlc. Michael 251 Sauer, Michael 219 Saunders, Barham 251 Savage, Donna 207 Savage, Edward 208 Savage, Nancy 251 Snvery. Harry 177 Savilskv, Scnll 251 Savnna, .lohn 101.251 Savnna. Phil 101 Scanga, John 251 Scnnnell, Kit 70 Scarborough. Dennis 208 Scarhrough. .lohn 208 Scarff, Marcia 251 Scearce, Michavl 251 Schade, Theodore 251 Schadl, Barham 251 Schaffer, Donna 25l Schaefer, Cnrnl 177 Schafer, 80 Schafermeyer, K. E. 251 Schaller, David 251 Schallert, Barbara 251 Scheels, Bruce' 97.109 Scheidt, Carnl 251 Schell, Rosalie177 Schellmann, Juan 252 Schellmann. Mnniun 252 Schelp, Deanna 208 Schenker, Patricia 252 Sch:-perle, Susan 251 Scherer, Mary 251 Schick, Robert 208 Schierhecker. Kin 78,252 Schilh, Diane 252 Schillereff, Dorothy 208 Schilligo, Susan 252 Schilly, Diane 252 Schleininger, Nm-I 103 Schler, Charles 252 Schlichling, Connie 252 Schlnmer, David 252 Schlueter, Homer 208 Schlueter, James Schlueler, Janis 252 Schmedding 252 Schmid, Deana 76.208 Schmidle, David 208 Schmidli, James 252 Suhr-imnnn, Duane- 252 Schrik, AI 252 Schrueziv.-r, Cynthia 208 Schuhvr. D1-nnis 2114 Schuvlte, Martha 252 Schuvlle, Sh-ven 252 Schulenburg, Bill 101,252 Schulte. Edward 252 Schulte. Helen 208 Schultv. Kathleen 252 Schulte, Kvvin 252 Schulte. William 208 Schultz. Andrea 219 Schultz, Rnhin 177 Schulz. Schulz. Schulze- Schulze Slephen l-1-4115.201 Walter 219 , Mark 252 , Philip 265 Schumacher, Kenneth 252 Schumacher, Wayne-r 252 Schumake-r, Scott Schupmunn, Albvri 208 Schupp. Larry 208 Schussler, Daniel 92,208 Schusslr-r, Darlene 252 Schuster. James 208 Schuster. Kathryn 252 Schulte. Phyllis 252 Schwalm. Stephen 219 Schwanekv. John 101.208 Schwartz, Robert ITT Schyler, Fmhert 208 Stull, Bessie 252 Scott, Christa 74,208 Scott, Daniel 177 Sum, David 134,252 Scnll, James 252 Scan, Mary 177 Semi, Patrick 252 Scnll, Sandra 208 Scott, Shelby 208 Scan, Thomas 252 Scott. William 252 Surivna-r, Mona 252 Scrnggs, James 252 Scruddcr, Wayne 208 Scudder, Martha 252 Sears, Melinda 60,252 Sears, Vercellu 265 Seaton, Kathleen 208 Seay. Nathan 82 Sebald, Edward 208 Sehaslin, Deborah 208 Sec hresl . Harry 252 See. Edward 177 See. Karen 252 Seek. Ruben 252 279 Shannvm. Sheila 2521 Shurkvy, Hugh 78.253 Sharp, Dennis 78 Sharp, Gary 2524 Sharp. .l1'rry25I5 Sharp, Lois 2514 Sharp, R aymnnxl 178 Shaun, Bill 265 Shaw. Gail 2554 Shaw, Ronald 209 Shaw, Slew-n 253 Shva, Ku She-arnn, lhle-en 253 Kathryn 20,2210 Sh:-4-han, Howard 253 sh!-111.-y. Shi-ilu Quo sh.-.-ll-y, susan 25:1 Shm-Idon, Cundiun- 253 Shu.-Ilvy. Annu-ll 74.253 Shvlmurl, Rvm' 209 She-Imam, Sharon 209 Shvlur, Carol 21 ,74 Shvllun, .ludit 219 Shc-hon, Kalhluvn 253 Shelton, Kathryn 253 Shelton, Paul 265 Schemwell, Br--nda 253 Shwpard, Lynm- 253 Shepard. Mary 219 Shepard. Steve 253 Shepherd. Carolyn 253 Shepherd. Linda 209 Shephvrd, Michael 209 Sherbn, Robert 253 Sha-rp. Susan 253 Sherrvll, Michael 253 Shivlds, Timothy 253 Shilhurvey. David 253 Shim-, T imolhy 97,2513 Shine, W'illiam 97,137,209 Shipp. Mickey 253 Shippy, Vurnel' 253 Shirvrmm, Marie 253 Shiwly, Shnckey, .ln 219 Elvnnur 178 Shncklvy, Ted 209 Shoe-mnk mr, Guy 8-1 Shoot, Kathryn 60,253 Shnnl, Swv:-n 209 Shun. Ai Short. N4 15265 xrman 122,178 Short. Pamela 253 Shnlwell. Kathy 253 Shuur, Craig 122,253 Shaver, Rullaml 209 Shreve, Karen 209 Shricler, Janis 253 Shrnpshire, Sandra 209 .l1l.209 Shi-oar, Peggy 200 Shuler, Donna 209 Shulse. Donrl20'-1 Shultz, Debra 2511 Shultz, Lewis 178 Shumate, Janice 2551 Shumztte, Beth 7-1,2511 Sielienaler. N. 11.253 Siehert Si egfriz . Jolm 209 fd, Janet 200 Sievers. Corrie 2511 Sie-vers .Cynthia 2511 Sieve-rs, Lori 2511 Sigler, Roln-rt 178 Sigler, Terry Gamma Rho 72.711 Sigrnl Kappa 71.75 Sigma Phi Epsilon 9-1,95 Sigma Pi 96,97 Sigma Sigma Sigma 76.77 Sigma Tau Delta 51 Sigma Tun Gamma 911,99 Sigma s Silvers. Silvey, Silvey. Siminis Roliert 200 Ray 209 Rim' hard 2521 , Naney 2511 Simmermon. Er1dy92.25f1 Simmermon, Robert 92 Simmons. James 209 Simmor Simon, Simon. Simon. ts, .lane 2511 Natalie 2511 Patritfia 66,207 Sean 78.253 David 97.210 Simon, Sue 253 Simnnitsch. Donna 219 Simonitsch. Marc 80 Sirnoris, Dorothy 2521 Sin1pson,tLary 132,109 Simpson, Haven 253 Simpson. W.1.. 8 Sims. Evelyn 178 Sims, Lowell 253 Sims, Pamela 253 Sims, Randy 103.2521 Singleton, Deborah 265 Singleton. Warren 253 Sink, .lon 98 Sink. Patrieia 209 Siraj, Omar 209 Sisk. Deliorah 2511 Sisson. Hu!! 178 Sites. Ronald 209 Six, Patricia 60.209 Skaggs. Sandra 2531 Skakal. .ludy 253 Skidmore. Marilee 178 Skouhy, Kenneth 209 Slagle, Annetta 1711 Slattt-n,.1ttntes 2511 Slaughter. Joyce 219 Sliffe. Karen 253 Sloan, Russell 265 Sloan, Sheryl 62 Slusher, Larry 209 Slusher, Sally 209 Small. Hans 265 Small. John 103,253 Small. Sharon 25-1 Srnallrirlge. Thomas 219 Smallwood, Cathy 209 Smallwood. Dehorah 209 Smardo. Barbara 209 Smart. Donna 251 Smarr. Janet 209 Smarr. Mary 209 Smarr. Rex 25.1 Smashey, Cheryl 251 Smith. Diana 25-1 Smith, Dorranre 251 Smith. Douglas 25-1 Smith. Dwayne 251- Smith. Elizabeth 251 Smith. Fonda 56.61.25-1 Smith, Frank 100 Smitlt, George 210 Smith. Ginger 25-1 Smith. Glenna 254 Smith Gregg Singers -11 smith. cr.-gory 32,25-1 Smith, 1'1arold265 Smith. James 1711 Smith. Jane 25-I Smith. .loan 251 Smith, .lohn 178,251 Smith, Joyee 210 Smith. Judith 25-1 Smith. Julie 251 Smith, Kart-n 210 Smith, Katherine 210 Smith. Kathy 251 Smith. Keith 25-1 Smith. Kelly 265 Smith, Leatha 1-18.25-1 Smitlt. Linda 25-1 Smith, Lonna 210 Smith, Nlareianna 210 Smith. lilark 25-1 Smith, Martha 25-1 Smith. N1erril1251 Smith. Niiehat-125-1 Srttith, Nellie 25-'1 Smith. Patrieia 25-1 Smith. Pete 98 Smith. Ray 25-1 Smith, Roliert 25-1 Smith, Terry 25-1 Smith. Veta 25-1 smnit,'vit-ki 265 Smith. Virginia 265 Smith. Wfay ne 251 Smith. William 210 Smith, William 210 Smoek, Dt-liorah 25-1 Snare. Cora 219 Sm-df-ger. Ruth 210 Snead, Danic-198,210 Snv:lling.1.eo 98 Snider, Snider. Beverly 254 Rnyetla 210 Sno1tl+:..loseph 178 Snodgrass, Ed 103 Snow, Deborah 25-1 Snow, Dennis 88 Snow, ,leffry 88 Snyder. Frederiek 251 Snyder. l'laddot'k 178 Snyder. Lawrence 219 Snyder, Shelley 25-1 Snyder, Steven 251 Somerville, Dennis 8-1 Som mer. Leslie 254 Summerville. K. 251 Super, Sornhe Gary 265 rger, Bolt 109 Soseht-1-, Allen 169.178 Snule. Sponuugle, Donna 210 Sports, 104 Sportsman. Anita 25-1 Spradlia. Steven 251 Spratt. Renee 251 Springate. Donald 210 Sprinkle. 1'1ic'l'tard 25-1 Spruill. Dwight 25-1 Spry. Steven 265 Spurgeon. Gary 251 Spurge-on..1r-rry 25-1 Spurlock, Ri1.'hard88,251 Squier. Thomas 92,210 Squires. Jan 251 Srack, Russell 25-1 St. John, Nnney 25-1- St, 1.ouis. Pat 100 Stafford, Judy 255 Stat'1'ord. Willa 210 Stahl. Janet 255 Stahlman. Thomas 255 Staley. Judy 255 Staley, fV1arilyn 255 Stallard. Linda 255 Stallman. Gary 255 Stalsworth, Mark 265 Stampolis. Marjorie 178 Stanfit-ld. Marion 255 Stanton, William 178 Stark. Dana 255 Stark. Denver 210 Stark. John 219 Stark. Penny 255 Starke.l'1elert 210 Starke. .lames 255 Starke. Karen 210 Starke. Tom 255 Starr. Dorothy 210 Stasi. Marietta 210 States. Byron 210 stath, Ang.-to 101.109 Stath, Leon 101 Statler. Benita 255 Staton. Densil 210 Staton. Larry 255 Stauffer. Gloria 255 Steele. David 255 Steele. Kathryn 255 Steelv. Mary 255 Steele. Bob 109 Steele, Sharon 58.255 Stewart, Rohr-rt 178 Stewart. Virginia 210 Stirkrml. ,lnhn 255 Stidham, Alan 255 Stifilt-r. Darrell 265 Stilwell. William 1711 Stimson. John H1 Stohaugh, Delira 255 Stolter. Sherry 255 Stock. James 255 Stock. Steve 109 Stat-kard. Kermetli 255 Stockman. Nlary Stockman. Sandra 210 Stokes. John 255 Stokes. Sandra 255 Stolarz. Nlichaeline 210 Sto1l,Car1 1-12,1-13.210 Stoll. Douglas 255 Stoll. '1't-rresa 255 Stone, Kenneth 178 Stone. Roliert 210 Storiner, Barhara 255 Story. Sandra 255 Stoufer, Dennis 211 Stoumhaugh. Jani-t 255 Strat:-, Larry 255 Strathman. Richard 255 Stratton, Dan 100.255 Stremki-V Tae 70.211 Striek. Vickie 255 Strieker. .lanet 255 Strickfaden. Katherine 211 Strobel , Bra e e 255 Stroln-1. llhyllts 255 Strode. Daniel 8-1.211 strap.-. larry 103.109 Strolher, Douglas 211 Strutrhtemeyer. Glen 255 Strut-htemeyer. .loha 219 Stulihs. Roy 161.178 Stupandorf, Edward 211 Student Staff 1-6.17 Studt. Rex 255 Stuerke. Kenneth 255 Stuetzer, Laura 255 Stuke. Glen 255 Stumpff. Keith 178 Sturat, Joanne 255 Sturgeon. Jonathan 88.211 Sturm, Kristine- 58.211 Steenliergen. Gayla 255 Sleenliergett. Glen 255 Suddarth. Marshall 255 Sudt'lr:rth,.1erry 105 Steffan, Nancy 255 Sta-fll-ns. Melvin 210 Steffi-ns, Rosalyn 255 Stegner, Barhara 255 Stcgnt-r, George 80.210 Stt-gm-r, Margaret 210 Stein, Barham 255 Stein. James 255 Stein. Steve 103 Steinliergen, Gay 1-16 Steinlirueck. Karen 255 Steiner, Karla 255 Stelling. Larry 81 Stephens. Bill 1117 Stephens, Chuek 108,132 Stephens. Marilyn 219 Sudduth. Lawrence 211 Sullins, P hillip 211 Sullivan. Joseph 211 Sullivan. Mary 256 Sullivan. Ninn-y 256 Sullivan. Nam-y 256 Sullivan. S. J. 256 Sullivan, Vincent 211 Summerhr nuse. Dena is21l Summers, David 07,256 Summers, Francine 265 Summers. Jan 60.256 Summers, Richard 711,211 Summers, Robert 178 Summers, Rose 256 Summers. Susan 211 Snuthard, Donna 25-1 Spader, Det' 167,25-1,265 Spainhour. Sandra 25-1 Spake. Lee 265 Spalding, Edvvart1251 Sparks, Brenda 25-1 Sparks. Charla 25-1- Sparks, Cordon 210 Stephens. Muna 255 Stephens, Richard 255 Stephens Sterling. on, Shari 58 Duane 178 Sterne. Lucas 178 Str-vener, Judy 210 Stevener, Mart' 132.255 Stevens. Barha ra 76,255 Smead. John 173 Smith. Anderson 265 Smith. Ava 209 Smith, Av.-ry 265 Smith, Barhara 56,6-1.25-1 Smith. Belinda 74.200 Smith. Blaine 178 Smith, Curita 210 Smith, Carolyn 210 Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith. Catherine 210 Connie 210 Connie 25-1 Dehorah 25-1 Sparks, Jim 109 sparting. William 1sa,11zi Spnunhorst, Sydney 251 Spears. Joyce 25-1.265 Spease, Gary 25-1 Sp:-ers, Allyson 25-1 Speir. Charles 25-1 Spencer, Deborah 7-1,210 Spencer., .lulia 254 Spencer '1'he1ma'68 Sperry . tfarol 25-1 Spillnian, Wesley 167,178 Splinter, Roger 178 Stevens, Mark 98.255 Stevens. Naney 255 Stevens, Rita 56.60.255 Stevens. Sherry 255 Stevenson, Larry 255 Stewart. Byron 178 Stewart. Harry 210 Stewart. James 255 Stewart. Kathy 255 Stewart, 1V1arlene 210 Stewart, Nancy 255 Stewart, William 255 Str-wart, Paula 255 280 Sammy. Larry 211 Sumpter. Randall 1112 Sunderland. Kathy 211 Sundermeyer, M. 60.256 Surhaugh, Naney 256 Sutherland,Josephine 211 Sutherland. John 178 Swain. Margaret 211 - Swank, David 256 Swank, Rebecca 256 Swank. Theron 1711 Swanson, Kathleen 71.256 Swanson, Patricia 211 Swartley, Ronald 178 Swaters, Roger 256 Swearngin, Lesta 256 Swenson. Carl 256 Swetnam. Richard 256 Swezy, Vernie 256 Swiger, Denzil 178 Swimming 13-1.135 Swindlvr, lvan 256 Swindlvr. lrving 101 Swishvr, .lamvs 178 Sylve-stvr, Yalvrin- 256 Sylwn-stvr, Harold 178 Sztorrh, Boris 211 T Tabla- of lfnnh-nts 2,3 Tavlwtt, Donald 265 '1'arkotl . lilirhavl 256 Taddt-o. Sli-vvn 1111 Taggart, Nlilw 103,256 Talliot, Charlvs 256 Talluot, Norman 265 Talbot. Raymond 07 Talbott, Gram' 211 Talhurl. Wil1iam2l1 Talcott, l..yndun 211 Tapscott, Ronald 210 Tash, William 256 Tale, Chvryl 256 Tatv. Eugt-nr 211 Tatum, Barbara 256 Tatum, Douglas 256 Taullxee-, .lulivt 256 Tau Kappa Epsilon 100 Taylor, Dani:-I 211 Taylor, Dr-horalt 256 Taylor, Diana 256 Taylor, Donald 256 Taylor, Esvo 178 Taylor. .lamf-s 256,265 Taylor. .lam--s 211 Taylor. .lennife-r 211 Tay1or..1immiv211 Tay1or,.lohn 256 Taylor, Lois 256 Taylor. Pam:-1a66,211 Taylor, Roddi-y 178 Taylor, Ronald 256 Taylor, Sharon 256 Taylor, Tliomara 92,211 Taylor, Timothy 256 Taylor, Vi-lma 178 Taylor. William 210.256 Tc-aguv, Mary 210 Teaguv. Ruth 211 Telilu-nkamp, Mary 256 Tr-hbvnkanip, Rolwrt 211 Tm-lihenkamp. Shirln-y 256 Tc-hhenkamp. Ta-rry 211 Te-lnow, Patricia 211 Tvdr-, Randy 121-1 Te-es, Arthur 178 Teghlmt-yn-r, Samuel 256 Tr-mplemnn. Mary 211 Tendall, William 265 Ta-r K1-ursl. Arthur 1711 Ti-rr:-ll. lirvnda 00.1356 Ti-rn-ll, Gail 211 Tvrry, William 256 Tl-ssar, Tom 86.1117 Te-sson, .lt'IIIl1l1r'1' 256 Tester, Andrea 256 Te-wksbury. llarrvll 122 Thacker, Darrell 256 Thallvr, Hz-'li-na 211 Thanapisitikul, T. 256 Thnrp, Rolwrt 78 Thayvr. David 256 Theis, Charles 211 The-iss, David 78 Tlnela Chi 102,103 Thin-lhar. Wilhur 178 This-rl'v1i1e'r, Sharon 256 Thomas, Charles 256 Thomas, Donald 265 Thomas. Gary 212 Thomas, Gr-rald 178 Thomas, .lamt-s 84.212 Thomas..lohr1 178 Thomas, Lonny 256 Tho mas . Rogt-r 256 Thomas. Ron 03,212 Thom pson, Bar1iara256 Thompson. Carol 212 Thompson, Cynthia 256 .1 Thompson, DQ-lnorali 256 Thompson, ,lohn 212 Thompson, Linda 256 Thompson, Randy 256 Thompson. Rt-lu-rua 256 Thompson. Ronald 07 Thompson, Stn-vv 212 Thompson, Thomas 08.212 Thompson, Tommy 256 Thompson, William 178 Thomurv. Dali- 82.256 Thornburg, Dr-anis 118 Thornhill, .lohn 212 Thornton, Danny 256 Thornton. Gwyndv1yn256 Thurman, Donald 178 Thurman, Grvg 1021 Thurman. Virginia 212 Tivki-myt-r, Garland 170 Tieszvn, David 88 Tir-szvn. Nlarion 170 Tift, Dana 62 Timson. Br:-ada 256 Tindall, Chr-stu-r 1110 Tinsley, Alvin 170 Tinslr-y, Ella 256 Tipprlt, .loan 256 Tipton, William170 Titus. Cath:-rinr 170 Tnatley. ,lf-llrvy 212 Tolmln-n, Rodnvy 256 Toliin. Mary 256 Toliurvn. .lam-t 256 Todd. Connim- 256 Todd, Donald 256 Todd. llaroltl 257 Todd. Lt-onartl 257 Todd, Nlichae-1 212 Toile, ivynn 212 Tullwrt, Brucv 122.257 Toler, Charlotte' 212 Tolar, Gayle- 257 Tollo, Lloyd 257 Tomlin. liflt-linda 212 Tompkins, Harlvy 265 Tompkins, Rolwrl 137.1711 Toornlis, Frank 35,011 Toops. Larry 02.257 Tossvll, Rirrharal 170 Tosser, Ronald 212 Toslevin. .lamt-s 210 Totla. l'1ram'n's 265 Town-, Che-ryl 265 Townv. Ke-lo 257 Towns:-nd, Nlarvia 56,71.257 Trahur-. Cathy 257 Tracy, Richard 257 Tracy. Craig 1011 Trad:-r, William 265 Trarnmz-11. Lhamon 257 Trvnt, Conniv 212 Tri-nt, Donna 257 Treu, Larry 170 Triay. .lim 108 Triwsvhmann, Thomas 212 Tripp, Sandra 257 Triumph uf Honor 21.25 Trott, .lohn 257 Trottt-r. Edgar 212 True, W1-slay 170 Tru:-sdalr-, Brurt- 11,1 Truitt. Carolyn 257 Truitt. Marilyn 257 Tubbs. E11-anor170 Tucvillo, Nlichvllr- 257 Turk, Gary 212 Tum-ki-r, Glu-nl1a212 Tuvkvr. .lame-s 257 Tuvki-r. l.awn-ni-e 212 Tulipana. G4-orgv 265 Tumhr-rg:-r. Karan 257 Turgt-on, Anitra 212 Turley, Kaya' 257 Turley, Rolvin 1116.257 Turnluow, Bt-nnvtt 257 Turner, David 08 Turn:-r. GL-orgv 02.257 Turn:-r. Gordon 257 Turner, Norman 212 Turner. Palrivia 257 Turnor, Rin-hard 100 Turnham. Yah- 212 Turntinv, Donald 265 Turpin. Linda 66,257 Tultlv, Patriria 212 Tuttlv, Rolo-rt 88 Tuttlr. l'lu1n'r1212 Twilling. Thomas 212 Twomi-y, Allrt-d 170 Tyler. Dean 257 Tylcr. .loyvv 257 Tyndall. W'anila 72.257 Tynf-s, Ronald 170 Ty rl-r-. Rohn-rt 1011 Tyson. .lullilh 212 U Ullrivh. Sandra 257 Lllrirh. Rolo-rl 170 Undvrwooll. Ach-11-251 Unglt-slay. lna 170 Llnruh, Gary 212 Unscll. Emily 257 Urlian. Thomas 257 Urncr. 1.1-wa 257 Usht-r, Donna 257 Lilley. .lflmes 90,122,l2fl,128.129 Utley. Priscil1a68 ,, , . I. Utslvr, Warn n 2 2 Ulz. Miz-han-1 257 Ulz. Sharon 257 Uxa, Cathy 257 Uyr-hara, Corinnv- 71 V Yam-k. William 170 Vahre-nhv-rg, Rosanni- 257 Yalhrarhl, Walym' 257 Vail-n1inv,Sur'212 Vain-nzuvla. Donna 257 Van Bs-lilwr. C. lil- 8-1.212 Van Blair. Bi-tty 170 Yan Boovvn. C1-ril 257 Nan Cir-avi-, liarold 170 Van Dam, Ronald 100,170 Nan Kirk. .lam-t 58 Yan 1111-lvr, Hi-lvn 212 Yan Sivklv. Larry 265 Van Wormi-r, Donna 212 Yanlwvn-lar-ri-. .lint 88 Yann-v. Alan 257 Yana:-. Kenny 257 Yann-, Peggy 257 Vandivvr. J. S. 257 Vankirk, Nlivhao-1 257 Yanwinkle. Gregory 257 Varda. St. Yimzvnl 212 Varonf-, ,lohn 257 Vatjanapagorn, 17att'liai1w' 210 Vaughan, Ga-raldinr' 210 Vaughn, 1"atri4'ia 212 Vawte-r. Elizaln-th 66 Yawter, Kart-n 212 Vt-aah. Gt-orgr 212 Venn-gas, Linda 21.212 Venn-gas. Ronald 101.257 Yerigt-not-k, The-odorv 212 Vv:rlin1.lvn,,lohn 257 Yergi-1. Harding 170 Yrrnon. Don 170 Vernon, Rick l01i,l00.257 Vern-, Mirhuz-l 2151 Vvscovo. Kevin 213 Vetter, Elizuhf-th 257 Veulemnns, William 257 Vigliaturo, Gr-raid 265 Villefrup, Diana 257 Vinci-nt, .lamr-s 265 Vinci-nt, Miki- 78 Vinson. .loycv 2111 Visnivli. Claudia 265 Yillelov, .lurk 179 Vol-lkt.-1, Charlvs 101,257 Voelkcr. .lan 257 Yogvl. Rolwrl 170 Vogelsnivivr, Ruth 257 281 Voglrr, Gary 2151 Yogt. Arthur 257 Yogl. Gloria 263 Volleyball Tt-am 150.151 Yolling, Bram- 80 Yollmar. Bounin- 66,257 Yondvrahv. Susan n 257 Voss. .li-rry 8-1 Vossi-I. l.awr4'm'l- 257 Yosslt-r. lilyrl 257 Vosslv r. Pau1210 Yoth. lriiwrvnvn- 265 Wall--. Walla. 1Yat1t'. W B.-tt.-fly 257 Carol 257 Nlirhat-1265 Walid, Rolwrt 257 Wagaman. Shvryl 257 Wagvnvr. Kvnn:-tli 170 Wagnm -r. .lanivv 257 Wagnvr. Kathy 26 Wagner. Miclia:-I 257 Wagnur. '1'l1omas 210 Waid, Wains Waisn Gary 257 volt, Gary 711.2511 or. Gary 170 Waite-, Alla-rt 170 Waldm-n. Cynthia 2511 Waldvn . David 265 W'a1da-n, Engl-no 258 Walden. Gary 258 Waldon. Bonnie- 265 Walker, David 216 walk.-1. ri..,'.i no Walks-r. .lanu 2515 Ylfalkvr. 1,iul1a258 Walk:-r. Lon 88 Walk:-r. X11-rlvnv 2511 Walk:-r. Norman 258 Walkor. Patricia 58.2151 Walk:-r. Sandra 258 Walkvr. Willir-132 Walkup, Dawn 2511 Wall, Dani:-1 122 Vifal1ar'i',Gai1 2511 Walla:-v. Larry 210 Walla:-1-, William 258 Wallar, Erma1vv265 Wfallvr, Wallis, Wallis. 1'1-ggy 258 Donald 170 Ruth 2151 W'alrath. Ros.-ruart-v 210 wash, J..,-.-.- 265 Wa lt:-rs . Cynthia 76.258 Ylfallffrs. Gary 258 Walters. Linda 258 Walters. Nant-y 170 Waltz-rs, l'aml-111258 Walt:-rs . 1'atri1'ia 258 Walt:-rs. 51151676 Walthal Walton, Walton, Walton. Walton. 1, Rolo-rl 1011 Charlv-n-1265 Edgar 2511 Sharon 258 Susan 258 Wall. Diana 258 Walz. Tr-rry 258 Wansing. Eugr-nv 2111 Wansing, Stvvvn Wa rd. B.-vurly 258 Ward, Donna 265 Ward lllvnda 170 Wa rd. .lamr-s 07.258 Wfa rd, Kat hlt-t-u 258 Wa rd , Wa rd . Wa rd , W'ar41, Wzird , Wa rd, W a rdf- Wla rtlt' Ware-. Wa rv . W a re, Wa re. Wa rv, K:-rim-th 07,258 Linda 68,2511 Natalie' 258 Rolwrl 258 Sharon 2111 shirt.-y 70.2151 n. Jvrry 258 n. Maryann 258 Mary 2121 Peggy 2511 Rolwrt 258 Sul' 213 Wvndy 62,2511 Wurflv, Elaine 213 Wnrforzl, Marilyn 213 Wurlirk. Williz1m1TQ Warm-r, li'lzxrshn 213 Warns-r. Nancy 258 YVarnnck. YVillinm 213 Warren. Diana 213 Wfrslmnrvlzmd, Re-lu-wa 250 Wvwcrs, Richard 265 Whulz'H. Elzlinz' 21-1- Whulvn. William 250 Whalrr, Vernim- 78 W'h1-al, Barham 259 Wh:-al, .lcrnld 167.265 Williamson. Ray 179 Williamson, Susan 250 YVillig, .lunws 259 Willig. Nunuy 151 Willingham, Patricia 259 Willis, .luck 265 Willis, .lnycw 250 Warren , Warren. Wairrvn . Was hl n u Washliu Elizuln-Ili 265 Eslhn-r 265 Linmlu 258 rn, Burlmru 258 rn. .luycv 1113 Washington, .lmnr-S 258 Waslnsk Wal:-rs, Wilkins i, Gerald 1158 Piinu-lu 258 . Burlinzi 213 Watkins. Dvlmrnli 213,265 Watkins . Gu ry 2521 Watkins. Susan 213 Walling. Gary 213 Wulsun, Di-bm 1-16.258 W:llnriv1. Cilllu 213 W'z1lsm1,,I:-rrulfl 170 XVAIIS. Charlr-s 258 1v5lllS..liim4'S 258 Waugh. Patricia 258 Wvndick, Karlvm- 258 Wvallu-rspnmn. Tvrry 258 Wm-Imli, Clil'l'nr1I 213 We-lull, l.inrl:l 258 Wvhln, Rob:-rl 219 Whilsill. .lumes 250 Wi lsr: n Welsh, Thelma: 258 Wrlilr, Trnvy 107.258 We-bln-r, W:-lvln-r, Russ 109 Skvpln-n 258 We-ln-r, .lim 103.109 Weiner, Inhn 2111 i W 1-hor. Linmlu T-1 We-he-r, Mark 101.258 Wvhvr, Ricliard 2515 W'vln4ll'r, Philip 2115 Wage g Micluu-1213 n . Wu-gmann, Marilyn 70.253 Wvhnlvyx-r, Ellgur 82,213 Wvlirru,-yv'r. Gillwrl 259 Wulim1'ycr,.lanL-1258 We-linn-yvr. Kunm-th 2115 Wvimlumain, l'1nlnzrl 258 Wfuignnnl. Bl-ily 213 Wviguml. Nlichzn-l 258 Wvigund, Thumus 213 Wvinh 1-rg, Sl:-vvn 8-1,258 Yvvir. Lvl' 1T0 Weis, ,lnscph UH Wviss, David 170 Wvllu-rn. Dclrurnl1 106 Wlvlull. Beverly 253 W:-Ich . Carolyn 213 Wvlch, Lin 179 ivlwzillvy, .lam-l 250 Win-elm-r, Hnwzirrl 250 Whcvln-r. llubvrl 8 Whvr-lvr. K1-nnm-th 21-l WI14-Q-lor, Linda 21-1 Whse Whvu lf-r, Nancy 250 Ivr. Ronald 211 Wheulvr, Saimlru 76.106 Whitaker, Fnyv 259 While. Arima 250 Whill', Clara 259 Whil4-, Cvnrgellu 259 While, Grvgnry 250 Whit:-, H4-nry 259 Wlhilx-, .lunws 259 Whit:-. Jumus lil W'hitc'. .luhn 21-1 Wfhitu, Karl-n 6-1 Yvhile. l'l1il 103.259 While-. Tvrvsa 21-1 W'l'iilU. Thunlais 86.21-I Whilv. William 80.211265 Whilvhvuml. .luhn 35.179 YVhil1-nvr. Dunne: 259 Xvhitonur, Gene 21I XVl1itusiAlv. Lnwn-ll 179 YVlxitn 1-y . Vvrnnn 250 Whilsill. Yickiv 259 Whimikvr. Jmm 250 Whyw, William 211 wid.-1, KL-nneih 211 Wilson Wilsnn . Barbara 211 , Bernard 219 Wilson, Curl 2111 Wilsnrl. Charles 250 Wilson, Christina 259 Wilson. Curtis 21-1 Wilsnn, Dall: 259 Wilsnn , Debbie 259 Wilsnn. Delbert 214 Yvnmlliuwl, Phillip 88,13-1.260 Wumlluy. Susan 260 Womlrvl, Christrn 260 Wmulrliff. Russ 170 Wnmls, Donna '260 Wands, Sun- 260 Wfmdsmzill, .lamcs 103.215 Wnndsnn, Ann 58 Wnnldridgv, Bruce 260 Wmilery. ,lan 215 Worlaml, Dnnnu 260 Wnrmslc-y, Wanda 265 Wnrlh, DQ-bra 260 Worthy, Carol 260 Wren. Teri 76,260 Wrestling 132,133 Wilson, Dnnila 21-I Wilson, Ernest 170 Wilson , llarnld 170 Wilsnn. Hula-n 72 Wilson. .lill 106 Wilson, .luhn 265 Wilsnn, Kulhlevn 250 Wilsnn, Larry 214 Wilson, Luis 68 Wilson, lVli1:hael250 Wilson, Paula 259 Wilson, liiclmrrl 78.211 Wilson, Rrulmmrrt 78 Wilson. Sandra 250 Wilson, Slanlvy 260 Wilson, Slvphcn 07,214 Wilson, Susan 76 Wilsnn, Susie: 21-1 . Thomas 265 Wrighl, Dennis 260 Wfright, Edna 215 Wright. James 215 Wright. ,loan 265 Wright. Linda 2154260 Wright. Ronda 260 Wright, Shurnn 260 W'right, Slvplwn 215 Wright, Susan 260 Wrisinger, Ricky 260 Wyllic. William 215 Y Ynkovilz, Diune 215 Yam Tak lfling, Margaret 215 Yan, Bernice 215 Widmer, Wayne 21-'l Wiealunnmnn, Nlnrlha 259 Wiedc-nlncyer, Rlmmla 259 Wiegaml , Deburnli 265 Wiuschhuus, A. 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